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Carcoar P. and S.P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

Carcoar P. and SJP- Board. The usual Annual Meeting of the members of the above Board, con vened nnder Resolution 55 of the Pastures and Stock Protection Acts, for the purpose of receiving an ac count of the receipts and expenditure of the Board for the past year, was held at the local Stock Office' on Monday. Present — Messrs F, R. C. Hopkins (Chairman), J. Fagan (Treasurer), J. J. McPhee, T. P. Hackney, J. F. Glasson, C, Young, F. M. Hill and the Secretary (Mr C, B, King). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. - The Balance-Sheet and Bank Pass Book were inspected by the members, as well as a comparative statement, prepared by the Secretary of the Board, showing the- working- of the Board for the years 1896 and 1897. Proposed by MP Hackney, seconded by Mr McPhee and caipied— That the Balance-Sheet fop^ 1897 be adopted and published jn JTh|. Government Gazette and low! papers, as hereto fore. ' ?- - -*?- ??????«-x; ?'? -??---- A considerable amount of *orres ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

CARCOAR POST OFFICE. Postal Hours«fe-From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Sgsdays excepted). Telegraph Hoursj^From 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Sandiys excepted). The Money Order ^ Savings Bank De partments Will tie open daily (Saturdays and Sundays exoepted) fur the transaction .of business fron^lO a.m. to 4 p;m. On Saturdays frpmWiwn. to 1 p.m., and for tne receipt of deposits only from. 7| tojk9

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Our Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

pur Hospital. The Annual General Meeting of. Sub scribers to the Carcoar District Hos pital was held at the Court House on Friday, 28th ult. Mr Bassett occu- I pied the chair. ? The Treasurer reported that the past year's expenses totalled £347 15s Id and the revenue £451 8s 7d, leav ing a surplus of £103 12s 6d. The subscriptions amounted to £222 7s 9d, being an increase of £30 12s 6d on ,the previous year. . The1 Savings Bank Account amounted to £383 12s 9d and ihe Commercial Bank 'Account to £113 7s 4d. Referring to the pro posed repairs to the Hospital roof, the Treasurer suggested keeping the surplus intact, if possible, and making a request to the Government for a special grant to carry out the neces sary work. — The Report was adopted. The Medical Officer's Report was na £nl1nu7«a * ? fi.0fnainincr in HViamt.n.1 on Dec. 31st, 1896, 2 male patients ; admitted during the year 1897, 60 male and 10 female patients ; of the male patients treated 43 were cured, II relieved, ^4 died...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

Presbtterian. Cabcoae, — Morning and Evening, every - Sabbath, excepting the fourth in each month. GEOBBENBOtJO. — First and third Sunday in each month at 3 p.m. Mocbt MAcQVABm— Second Sunday in tbe month' at 3 p.m. ? . Tbukkey.— I'oarth Sunday in the month at 11a.m. Toena.— Fourth Sunday in the month at 7.S0p.m. *r ; Mabakoulla (Mr. W. Death's).— Fifth Sunday at 3 p.m.

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GOOD FOOD-GOOD DIGESTION—GOOD CHEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

UoSd JTO&D-GC-OD DIOESTION— GOOD CHEER. ' WiofcAL churacter is located in tha sto mach,' anyn n refieiit writer. He in wrong; hut tliere is a shadti nf truth in the idea lie thro»a out. Napoleon waa oftun willing to trust others to .lojik after tlio aroiaftiii} anininnkion of his armies, but the commissary department lio loi.ked at'er liimaulf. Thi- bravest m«jj won't fiuht unless they ore fed, he suid. Nor will they. ? . ';?? 'I-I-aP« «»lk« mnttfn twif alirtkllMMfl III 31 lid Mr. William Jonet saying thnt itt a «jer tnin time he^VHBlii a low nud desnondin:; siRto of minfl.' Hi gives the reason him suit in three wordf. ' I wan weiik ' And why was he weak 'I Heexplnins that, too. ' T was always strong and he.iltliy,' he says, ' up to .lauuary, 1802. Then I had n severe attack of influenza, followeil by cmjjeaiinn of the lungs. After this I never not up my strength, and' I whs low, weak and desponding. I had a had taste iu the mouth, my appetite was poor, and every morsel of f...

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WOSLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

Wcslbtas. Caecoae— Foorth SomJar in Aug., Sept, and Oct., at 11 «,m. Mandpeama— First Sunday in October, at 11a.m. Bbowh's Creek— Tbird Sunday in Aug., Sept. and Oct., at 3. Gaev Swamp— Third Sunday in Aug., Sept. and Oct., at 7.30. Neville — Every Sunday except tbe second f : -; ineach|nonth at?3. - . , J V' Blaynet — Morning and evening every Sunday.*

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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

Mandurama. Writing on 2nd Jinst., our Corres pondent says: — The town has been exceptionally dull this last week. A little excitement worked up when the two arrests were made for horsesteal ing, which seems a very common crime Jn this colony. — Mr Collard's sale was woll . nmhrnnixed for two davs. an- some' great bargains were ^procured. We are all sorry, to learn tl)at luj in* tenclff removing ^from -Jie district to the Tweed River.— All horsey me^n are looking forward to the Carcoar Races,. As the course is near to war town ibis yiear* .WV ..shQtiJd lenefit *i6 some degree.— LTons of machinery are lying at the station awaiting removal to^Galley Swamp. , Mr Rowlands, jun., haSs the 'contract for drawjng'parne. -Mksses DerwiK Bubs., of -the Aus tralian Brewery, Carcoar, haye a very conspicuons announcement ^in' ^thii issue. Derwin's Beer and Cordials have always enjoyed a high reputation for excellence of quality, and;the new proprietors have certainly.n;»t allowed that reputation t...

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CAROCAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

? JCAHCOAB MAILS. t-': -.' .a n ^riu t i ^ -: ? Yrtimtyf&im.BUifwy, Handnnuna, Lynd ?KFAl.-^Diuly {Sunday* excepted), at S ? . Jleyille— Tuesdays, Thnrwlays and Satnr : - JTron «ratifc,'C«dla -and Barat Yards— :';r. ; ' ?: ?^:i.!;%.}«MMJtaft,mt«pfm, .? .? -; ?:-?. VW-iOti&k, .S^ydney, , ill intervening #? ?;?i&asa*M 'V£.p. ~ ©ail/ (Sundays 0 i' ' ' 'Tfet -WV. .Wpoa-twik^ Lyndhowtr Man ::-'-- dnr^n^anaJclHrland— ?Daily (Sundavii ex $ :--Vj ,«0*d),;t««ojp.m. . ... .., '-'?'? ' tor BlayDST,' ^^NortoB, Barry, ?* Shair *nd '! '.. ?' ?? ? Neville- Tuesdiys, Thurslaya and Batur ';.-?' ? ; :. jdayi, at^K noon. - '? Orange, Cadia aud Burnt Vardi— Mondays, at 7 '30 p.tn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

D* A. W*NW ArHiME? M.D., M.Ch., UM., K. »nd Q., C.P.I., SURGEON, Oarcoar Hospital, Visits MaadHiiuna on Tuesdays and Saturday*, Between the Hours of « and 5 p.m. | and may be Consulted »n Other Ways at the Usual Hours at Jhe Hospital, Carcoar. J? In Loving but Sad Remembrance of My Beloved Husband, Richard Stdbbs, jun., who Died from Injuries Received from a Pall off a Horse at Lyndhorst on Feb. 9fch, 1897. Thy gentle voice now is hushed ; Thy warm, true heart is still ; And on thy yonng and-innocent brow Is resting Death's cold chill. Thy hand* are closed upon thy breast; We've kissed thy lovely brow ; , And in our aching hearts lire know We miss our. ife 0iie,BOw.iA1£ ? Inserted by his Loving and Sorrowing ^ Widow, Rachel Stubbs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

BARGAINS ! ! ! Bargains in Drapery. Bargains in Grocery. Bargains in Boots and Shoes. Bargains in Crockery ware. Bargains in Glassware. Bargains in Stationery, r Bargains in Fancy Goods, Bargains in Hosiery. Bargains in Ironmongery. Bargains in Furniture* Bargains in Patent Medicines. IN FACT, BARGAINS ia EVERYTHING I W H TsTr E ? AT MARK BEMBMCK'S, Universal Provider, BELUBDLA STBEET, 0 A R O O A R. The Bargains to be Made, Espe cially in Drapery: Can't B Beaten. PIANOSJ^ndMUSIC i ? jOilCiANSj And all kinds of Musical Instruments. 33£S.'37^k::B3C.XaSC3a:3E33D 1363. _^Youp best security is to deal with an old-established responsible Firm, whose guarantee is of value, whose interest it is to sell only gooa and reliable Instru : inents. , Call or send for Illustrated Cata - logues and Price Lists post free. Old Pianos 1 taken in Exchange. Instruments sent ? everywhere on Easy Time Payment System. SULKIES AS, SHOWN, JflprfMfciJlijdstft. ?nimil'ffB*fc ^ hlgt, or loWrt ; snverDaah 1UU Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

Vote for s h o: r t E R QG-RESS Bpijeal Industry: „; AM Everything for the Advan cement of the Town and Dis trict; ' ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

^?,. ' ?' . . . ? Small's grey horse u in a precarious oondition, says a. Galley Swamp cor respondent. Is there no chaff to be had there P We notice in several of our exchanges very uncomplimentary references re gardihgjthB decision of the Carcoar Bench in the matter of R. C. Hud son's application foa a publican's license at lit. McDonald. Vote for SHORT. Don't Forget to At tend Wad dell's Meeting on Mon day ITight. Tote for S HOUT at the Municipal Election Tomorrow. Who's going to Tw^ our nezt Member of Parliament? What about JACK FAG AIT? Government Advertisements. TsTOTICE is hereby given that a 4-T MEETING of ihe LOCAL LXND BOARD, Under the Provisions of the Crown Lands Act. of 1884, will be held in the COURT HOUSE «t CARCOAR on THURSDAY, the 3rd Day of MARSH, 1898. CHAS. E. FfNOH, Chairman. * Local Liml Board Ofticp, Orange. . ? ., 29.liJin., 18?8.. , . Department of Public Works, Sydney, 27th Jan., 1898. APPLICATION^ for a LICENSE UNDER SECTION 12 of '.THE WATER RIGHTS ACT, 18...

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RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

*ra5lwXypaees; The folloWingare-he railway fares from Carcoar to the undermentioned ststioDS : Stations. Single. Return, a ' 1st' 2nd JBt 2nd s d a da* d t A Albnry 50 033 6 75 ttoO 3 Bathmt 8 0 5 312 0 7 9 Blayney 2 6 1 7 3 ? 2 5 Bonrke 63 643 095 664 9 Cowra ' ? ? 6 ^4 610 .8 6 9 Dnbbo 23 616 635 2 23 3 Garland 2 114 3 2 2 0 Gonlburn 38 S 25 9 58 038 9 Harden , . 20 013 630 020 3 HolmWoAl ; , ; 6' 3 4 2 8 6 6 3 lithgow ' 17 311 6— — ' Lyndhnnt 15102216 BTandurama 1 10 9 18 1 2 Orange . ? 6343 9666 Parramatta , 32 1021 11 *9 533; % Penrith n 29 9l'9 944 6 29' 9 fiyaney 30 324 354 « 36 .3 Wellington 17 311 6 26 017 6 Woodstock -47317048 Waugoola , , ? 3 « $\ S g- 6 3' 8^ Voung . 1161910 6123 915 9 a Available for return as follows :— Under 16 miles, on day of iasne^pnly; 16 and not exceeding SO mil6«,,«no week ; 81 'and, vJat exceeding 100 miles, within one month; orer 100 miles, within tbree' months. These' are obtainable at any time. ' N^, Holiday Etcursion Mckets, at about 10 fi-...

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AT TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

A '1 TRAINS. A train eare ? wra for Harden on 8atnrdnyi- only ~ - 9 0 *.m. in connection With the L-25h.rn.tr n, Blaynev to Cowra. A trp i leaves F tyney for Cowra on Fridays only at 4-' 9 p.m., departiug from Careoar »t 4-52 p.m. A train leaves Cowra for Blayney on Fridays only at 11 45 a.m. in connection with the 6-20 a.m. tiain, Harden to Cowra, departing from Carcoar at 1;59 p.m. A train lfiaves Harden for Cowra on 8atorday«;ianly«t2 p.m. in connection with Uie 6 p.in} train, Cowra to Blayney. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

LOOK! THE GIANT ALBUM OF SONGS, containing 181 Popular Songs, with woida and music, AND PRATTS CHART OP CHORDS, being a quick method of learning to play iho |iidno or organ without a teacher, Can be bU.iined i.t THIS OFFICE. Price, 5h. ilie L t; Posted, 5s 2'. It is a New Id ra and n Grand Lin and U Selling Rapidly. READ! Few businesses are so good tiiat (hey cannot tie unproved by good advertising It is as necesBary to advertise to a customer «s to a prospective customer. IF YOU Want money Want h wife VVantafaim W.ntacleik Want a partner Want n husband Want a situation Want a set vant girl Want to sell a piano Want to buy a horse - Want to ftell a station Went to buy or sell stock Want to sell any properly Want to sell -groceries or drapery Want to engage good i-hearrrs Want to sell -household furniture (Want to buy vehicles and harness Want to find customers for anything ADVERTISE in the LOCAL PAPER. AdvertiHtng will bring you customers Ad vert wing will keep old customers Adverti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

The Carcoar Dramatic Club Will Reproduce (Bv Special Request) H. J. Byron's VVolt-Known Melo-Drams, 'The Lancashire Lobs', In the ACADEMY of MUSIC, OAR OOAR, on Wednesday, Feb. 16tb, 1898, In AID of tho Carcoar Cricket Club-' Admission— Fbont Seats, 2.«. ; (Back Seats, Is. R. J. LOUCHE, Hon. Sec. Coursing Challenge. SEEING W. Cant's Challcngn in the Last Issue of The Cabooar Ohhopiole, I will ACCEPT his Challenge to Run' his Bilch COLLEEN with my Doj; PRETENDER for a Stake of £]0 Aside, Best Three out of Five Courses. W. A. RICHARDS. Coursing Challenge. It/ HOWARTH, CHALLENGE W. , CANT to RUN ANY DOG in his KENNEL with my BRITISHER, as he States he has Sold COLLEEN. Mr. Waddell, M.P., WILL Address a Pnblfe Meeting IN THE Aeadenjr «f Music, Carcoar. ON *r NEXT MONDAY NIGHT, j* 7th Feb., 1898, at Eight o'clock. He will Deal with The Policy or the Government AND The Actions of the Present Parliament. Mr Waddell, U.F., Who. will he a CANDID ATE for the OOWBA E1ECT0KATB at the .FORTHCOMI...

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USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

I USEFUL LOCAL RAttTVTAY TIME-TABLE. Up— Harden t - BlAujtst. :'- Mixed MiKed Btobotuvix (Sunday (Sunday -?-, ezcepted) excepted) a.m. p m. Harden ^Depart 6 20' 9 15 Unrrnmbmrah :: a a DemondrilleJnncMoD C48 9 35 King'iVale ,. a a r^n_ J ^Arrive 7 55 10 25 yow« J *-Wepart 820; 1030 Snmngong - . a a lloateagle ''' .: a a Bendick Morreil » a Orowther ..*-. . » ?', a Koorawatha 10 16 11 56 J— Arrive 11 5. a.m. , p.m. 12 41/ — 'Depait 5-20 1255- Holmwood 532 1*7 Woodstodt 6J1 143 Wuigodlg. » » Garland^ ? a a LyndhttMt 7 30 2 60 Hudonmia 7 46 a Cucour^ , 8 IB 3 20 BUyneyt' ^ 90 4 5 r)oWN-BLlTNET TO RABTJBN. ??? '*''* - Mixed Mixed «*«-!. (Sunday (SDondIy : . - excepted) excepted) .L ^ a.m, * p.m. Blayney —Depart 4 55 955 Carcoar' 5 45 10 36 Mandnrwna 6 8 . 10 50 Lyndhont 6 28 110 Garland. a a Wangopla a a Woodstock . 7 39 11 52 Holmwobd 8 13 1213 I —Arrive 8 25 12 23 Cowra ' A p.m. ( '^-Depart 3 45 13 45 Koor»w-th» 440 138 CrowthM',. ?? a a .' . BendickjUenell a a Mooteagle a a : Borranf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

The subscription to thii ' Jonrnxl ia 3s. per quurier, strictly-|.ayuble in ad vance. '?' It 18 ? one ' of 4he. OheappBt Country Newspapera published in the. colony, and, conteqtiently, has alieady af-very; larje ipijjsulrtipu; ?; wfiibh .. js steadily inorfasing. ...;... . ' :..?'. ;?: ~: .-\'i, ? '.' ~ ~f~ All Kinds of Job 'Printing Q ticklv, Npaily and ChPHply Executed at ThiB ; Office; ?KitftlJ^ fqrw*iVa!'50tir^or-leiH, j when we will guarantee to give every BBtisfactian. . , Judicious advertising ia the keystone ' to succesn in any business, ? .;

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A Grand New Year's Present. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

A Grand New Year's Present We have received a copy of Paling's Christmas Annual, No. 15, which is a real beauty. We notice several favo rite songs in the list of contents, in cluding ' My Dad's the Engineer ', which was so popular at the Tivoli ; ' Dennie Murphy's . Daughter Nell ', sung by Miss Rao Cowen ; ' Little ^* . *-*. i . i i /-it »i j ? » Hmpcy otocKinga , a linuaren s Christmas Song ; * The Song My Mother Sang ' (same style as ' The Song that Reached My Heatt),*Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond ' and ' Norah, the Pride of. Kildare *, the favorite Scotch and Irish songs; 'Over the Hills and' Away 'i by G. E. Vincent, a native of Mittagong, N.S.W.; the old favorites, ' Many Happy Returns of the Day ', ' Sweet Home ', and ' The Village Blacksmith', which every over of a good-bass song likes to hear Mr Haliewell sing. Tlie instru mental numbers include ' The Dorothy Gavotte ', dedicated to the Hon. Dorothy Brand by Miss Sylvia Blacks ton, the . composer of the ' Ernba Waltz', &a...

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POIN TED AND RISIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

P 01 N TED AND RISIBLE. ? ♦ — ' By* Old Spokt', CownA. Geano Hey Fat Toi! Don't be farmed ! That is merely the Chinese form of saying — ' A Happy New Year to All ! ' Saturday, 22nd ult., was New Year's 'Day with the slow-going Cliows, and, according to their own modest reckoning, this is their' 29,910,346th year. That is as far back as the oldest inhabitant in China san recollect, but, if. necessity de manded, he would think nothing of stretching the date back a few million grears more. As a Pastmoster iu the pleasing art of realistic romancing the guileless Chow has few equals — no superiors. Strange to pay, this last Chinese Ne^ Year was shorn of its customary cracker-firing.rtom-lom-banging, pig and-poul try-slaughtering, teaswigg ing and other customary attractions. A good authority informs me that it was on account of a little domestic trouble in the Emperor of China's family. As everyone knows, the Em peror is full-brother to the sun, and, owing to something unpleasant having ...

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