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CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

K CAKCOAR MAILS.' %-$¥? ?? - AliETVALS. ?? ? ' ? ? ? ? Kf ;? S?rom Sydney. Blayney, Maodurama, ..Lynd Sp'-' .„ hunt, Woodstock, Garland,'. 'Cqivra, and Wft?.: 'T.V.O.— Daily (Sundays excepted), at 5 ftyfe^r-aM.- ? ??? ??''.'???? ?''. sftfff' ?VronvtBlaynBj', Norton, Barry, Shav' and HVj^ ? ? ''Neville— Tuesdays, Thursdays and rSnlur rf0?-f '^V^.?-2.3?-?1?-. : ?- ? :'?,'''? ?: -\ ' iSf^'^tJyom ^Orange, 'Caflla' ani3 Burnt YaVas^ ^w^ :S ?'???? Saturday^ at 3 p.m. . ?' . ?Jrj^V,'1^-. i.1 ._ . . ... . . .1 '::0^^V ? ?' ; Depaetitbes. .. ?.'.?? '?$?'% ek :Fof ^'Blayney, Sydney, all-- interreniutf '&£??''?* nfetions and T.P.O. —Daily tSundayn (?: :, -' leiceptcd), at7'25p.ra. ; ; j . 'L . '£?:??. ~ !P6rt3owTai i.Vood«tock, tiyndh^rst, 'Man Xv1;_ ' durama and Garland — Daily (Sundays ,cx 3-. mcptea),«t93Pp.B6. :' y'i'- ' '?}.??''? ?-? ? ydr.JPiaynev, Norton, Bnrry. Show and *,X: ...;'-..;.? BwiHoKiTl^esdiys, Thursiays and Batur ^i%,^^l^8,^A2iu-pu.. j .. :. ; ?_?_?? ' , V,a}.^\ ,; '...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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GALLEY SWAMP Feb. 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

GALLEY SWAMP FROM OL'il CORISESI'OXDLXT. Feb. 8th. ? A meeting of tho Sports' Commit tee was held on 5th inst., Mr Maurice Tates occupying the chair. — A lengthy and attractive programme was drawn up — [which we published in last issue. — Ed.3— It was decided to en gage the local Brass Band to discourse selections on the grpupd on the day of the Sports, . atid to idispose - of the Rights to the gates,.. one publicans booth and two refrestnnont stalls by tender (particulars of which will 'be advertised in an . early issue of The Carcqab Chboniule). — These Sports promise to be very attractive, judging from the splendid programme issued and the amount of .zeal displayed by the Committee. Big promises of support have been, received from tho residents, and everything tends to point to a most successf ul gathering. . Mr Editor, we have no parson here, ' but, mind, we have a. .Doctor ', and the * Hariny ' only holds forth in the evening, so what I ..am about to chronicle you must forgive....

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RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

r EAILWAY PARES. '' The following are the railway fares, from Oarcoar to the undermentioned stations : ; Stations. Single. Beturn,a ? ' . ? 1st 2nd ist 2nd ' sds. dsdsd 3 JVlbniy 50 033 675 0 50 3 Batbnrst 8 05 312 0 7 9 Blavney 2 6 1 7 -3 P 2 5 Bourke 63 643 095 6 64 9 r Cowra 6 9 4 610 3 C 9 : Dubbo 23 616 C35 323 3 ? Garland ? 2 114 3 2 2 0 Goulburo - 38 925 958 038 9 Harden 20 013 630 020 3 Holmwood 63429663 ? Uthgow 17 311 6 ? — i Lynflhurst 16 10 2 2 16 '':'. JIandurjama 1 J 0 9 1 8 .1 2 Orange C 3 4 3 9 6 6 6 '??- Parramatta 32 10211149 533 2 l»«nrith 29 919 944 629 9 - Sydney 36 334-354 636 3 v Wellington 17 311, «26 017 6 Woodstock ' 4 7 3 17 H 4 S Weugoola 882 55638 Young 15*910 623 915 fl :', ' a Available for retuin'as follows ;— Under ' :? ', 15 miles, on day of issue only { *16 and *not exceedingSOmilea, oneweek; 31 and opt exceeding 100 miles, Within one month; ; ' * oferlOO rallee, witbin three months.; These ??;£ sre obtainable -at any tune, -i'.i'j -i 7?'', ?iteoli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

P MEDICAL. 1 Ob. A. WYNTEtT HAWTHORNE. B M.D., M.Ch., L.M., K. anS Q., O.P.L, m- SURGEON, Oarcoar Hospital, ^Visits Mandurania on Tuesdays K «ud Saturdays, Between the |;v floors of « and S p.m. ; atid may bo p .- Consaltcd on other Days at the |f Usnal Donrs at The Hospital, I Carcoar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

'BARGAINS!!! _ o ? : : ? o Bargains ijii Drapery. Bargains in Grocery. Bargains in Boots and Shoes. Bargains in .''Crockery ware. Bargains iii Glassware. Bargains la. Stationery.'' :r'* ' *' Bargains in Fancy Goods, Bargains in Hosiery. Bargains in Ironmongery. Bargains in Furniture, Bargains in Patent Medicines. in fact. ?Bis cSw\jr«Q»A.iN D U EgtV £i-£w X L JaiJN Ur I -:' ? ? ? o ? o ? o MARK BEM BRICK'S, Universal Provider, U\LLUUVL\ &TJ1EKT. O A R O O A R. ' ' I The Bargains to be Made, Espe cially in Drapery ; Can't B Beaten. I And ai! kinds cf Musical Instruments. j I tn*-p- ^» /*. y!T.TTM i-' -j i» J.S3S3. g I _^Your best security is to deal with 1 I an old-established reciDonsibla Firm, whose 1 j guarantee is of value, whose interest § I it is to sell only gocci and reliable Instru- 1 I merits. Call or' send for Illustrated Cata- I I logues and Price Lists post free. Old Pianos 1 I taken in Exchange. Instruments sent 1 ? j everywhere on Easy Time Payment System. § 6U...

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GALLEY SWAMP PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

11 iOlLLEY SWAMP PROGRESS pi, V GOMMinEE. I& ^The above Committee met on Wed jjte nesday, 9th inet. - ' fe ;? There were present— Messrs J. Rue ife' -in the chair), C. Ford, Jas. Lee, C. IT Oroucher, T. Brady and F. H, Bowen |t;, {Hon. Sec.) m -i ?— ^Che minutes of the previous mept 's/ Ing ware read and confirmed. ' ' J&i;!-. Nporrospondence was read and re-: S ,.,LjCeived— From Qopartment of Lands, H.i: 'rill Inference to' survey of township? §§|5f ' ;frpnit)epartroentof Public Instruc ^ r^.Jioii, iffith regard to increased accom-. 3j|t:? rtodation at the Public School j from p ;^:'iT;.Iflthgow Cobb, Esq., J.P., in; refer- ':'?'' encetosame; and from Road Super $£?'-' jntendeni, Blayney, regarding l-epairs, ^/;;;&c^i6poad. ? ? ? Sz- - ': Jt was decided that the Colonial ^ '' Secretary be written to in reference v.-' : to the appointment of Justices of the ; V: }*eaee, and urging the necessity of the f flppoiqtments, ??''''? ' §r ? ' * I Messrs Ford and Rue ...

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THE CARCOAR ELECTORATE. OUR FUTURE MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

| THE CARCOAR ELECTORATE. lit Wt_ OUR FUTUEE MEMBER. ?Iff:- , , if; Me Waddell, at present M.L.A. for W; Cobar, who will be a candidate for IpC the Carcoar Electorate at the coming ip ?:: General Election, has been visiting [§j;-! tne most important centres of the K electorate, and has been everywhere fe -well received. fe After speaking at Carcoar on Mon f-f day night, ?th inst., Mr Waddell pro K. ceeded to Woodstook on Tuesday S^ night, 8th insfc., and there addressed a f? - large meeting, Mr Purcell being in ft the chair. The candidate spoke at |? considerable length, and received a fc ?; 'very hearty vote of thanks for his W speech. ?i On Wednesday, 9th inst., Mr |v Phillips, M.P., drove Mr Waddell out Ih to Canowindra, where he addressed a & large meeting, Mr Finn being in the ?-? flhair. The candidate met with an fl excellent reception* and during his I?;.- speech was warmly applauded. if On Thursday night, 10th inst., Mr p- Waddell spoke to a crowded meeting '&amp...

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USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. T7p— Harden t j Blavkey. '. Mixed Mixed StationB. (Sun'day {Sunday excepted) excoptcd) a.m, ? pm. Harden —Depart ' C 2u 0 15 ' Murrumbutrah a a Bemnndrillc Junction 6 4S 9 35 King'* Vale. b a ' J —Arrive 7 55 10 25 Young j _Uepart 8 20 10 30 Burrangong a a Wonleagle a a Bendick Morroll n a . Orowtner a a Koorawathft 1015 1158 S— Arrive II 5 a.m. p.m. 12 41 . — Dcpait 5 20 12 55 Holmwood 5 32 17 WoodBtock CJ1 143 Waugoola a a Garland a a J-yndhurst 7 30 2 60 Metudurams ' 7 46 a Oarcoar 8 15 3 20 Blayney ? 9 0 4 5 Down- Bl/lyset to Harden. ' ! : Mixed Mixed „, ,. Daily Dnily Stations, (Sunday -Snnday excepted) excepted) n.m. p.m. Blavney — Depsrt 4 55 9 55 Carcoar 5 45 10 36 Mandurama C8 10 50 Lyndhuret 6 2S 110 Garland a 'a Wongoola a a Woodstock 7 39 1152 - a.m. Holmwood 8 13 12 J3 i —Arrive 8 25 12 23 Cowra \ P» ( —Depart 3 45 12 45 Koorawatha, 4 40 138 Crowlher ' a ? Bendick Morrcll a a Monteagle a a Borrangong b.' a ? „ r —Arrive 6 26 3 10 Young j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

Batbirst A.,H, and F. Association. * akkualTxhibjtion Wednesday. Tlmradayand Friday. MARCH 23bd, 24th and 25th, 1898. PUBLIC BOLIDAY.-Grand Opening Ceremony on Thursday, March 24th, 1898, at Twelve o'clock. £200 in Prizes. £800 in Prizes. Hunting and Trotting Contests — Lodies' Intercolonial Hunting Contests Each Day — Puny-Jumping — Biiokjump Riding— Sheep-Dog Trials— Grand Military Events — Concerts and Continentals Eacb Evening. Nothjng will be Wanting to Keep Up and Increase the High Reputation of Our Annual Show — New Buildings— Fresh Attractions — ENTRIES CLOSE on WEDNESDAY, 9ih MARCH, 1898— Schedules of Prizes and Entry-Forms Can be Obtained at the Office of Thib , Paper— Cheap Railway Fares, Id. eud 2i1, per mile return— (I tent Ploughing Matches nnd Field-Trials of Machinery — In Cnutiection with tho Show, Great Field-Trials nf Machinery aud Ploughing Matches will be held oil the Model Farm. W. G. THOMPSON, Hon. Sec. IMPOUNDED at CARCOAR. tin the 11th day of February, 1898,...

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

Bund of Hope, ?The Band oi Hope in connection with tlie local Presbyterian Church ?was re-opened, after a long iuterval, xm Wednesday evening, 9th hist. There was a large attendance of chil dren and a number of their parents jand friends. The Rey. J. Goudie oc cupied the chair, and the meeting was .opened by the singing of a hymn and prayer. The Chairman then ' ad dressed the meeting on the objects of the Band of Hope and. the, methods .by which it was to be conducted. ?The following items by some of the (children were very creditably ren dered, eliciting the approbation of those prebent — Songs, Misses Clara Brayne and Rene Fox ; and Beci ta xations — Master Freddie McKeig and Hisses Emmie McKeig and Mabel Tucker. These meetings, which seem (to be much! appreciated, are to be held /once a month. The meeting was (brought to a close by the singing of » hymn and the Benediction by the jGhairman,

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CARCOAR DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

CARCOAR DRAMATIC CLUB. There was a very large atten dance at the Academy of Music on Wednesday night to witness the performance of the 'Lancashire Lass', which was reproduced by the local Dra matic Club, by special request, for the benefit of the Carcoar Cricket Club. The play was as successfully staged as on the previous occasion, and was quite as much appreciated, judging by the rounds of applause thatgree ted the majority of the actors. The cast was almost identical with the last one, several of the minor characters only being altered. The part of Robert Redburn was ably sustained by Mr Jack Links Ned Clayton (Mr P. Links) was very suc cessful, particularly in the gaol I scene, and his song was. one of the special features of the even ing ; Mr James Links, who pei sonated the three characters — Johnson, Kirby and Ser geant Donovan — made a deci ded hit in each, his histronic powers being quite equal to those of many professional per formers -f Mr P. Kelly, as Danville, was fully ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

The usual annual tenders in con nection with the Municipal Council close at 4 p.m. on Tuesday. The Railway Department announ ces by advertisement that a special cheap excursion train will leave Car coar at 8.15 p.m. on February 24th, inst., enabling country residents to visit Svdnev and witness the Final Test Cricket Match, return fares being 30s. 6d. first class, and 15s. 3d. second class. CertAinlI the best medicine known is Sander and Sons Eucalypti Extract. TcBt its eminently powerful t fleets in coughs, colds, influenza — the relief is instantaneous. Tn seriouB cases and accidents, be they wounds, burns, soalditgs bruises, sprains, is the safest remedy — no swelling, no in flammation, Like surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflamma tion of the lungs, swelling, etc. ; diarrhoBa, dysentery, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organ?. In use at hospitals aud medical clinics all over the globe patronised by His Majesty, the King of Italy, and crowned wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

Awtioneier. Barber. Fruit, Vege table and Produce Dealer, &c. Thos. J. Bennett, Fruiterer, Vege table and Produce Pealer,' Barber, Auc$o&£@r, &&,, Opposite the City iBank, Mavdurama. A Well-Appointed Barbei'ing Saloon. An Ea6y Shave and Jfcat Haircut. ' The Soundest and ?Cheapest Fruits. Visits paid to Car coar and other places at regular in tervals. All Orders Promptly Exe cuted. In conjunction with Mr J. E. Watson, I am now prepared to con duct Public Auction Sales in Any Part of the District; prompt atten tion given to business. Confectionery, -Coojl prinks, &c., on hand. Opposite .the CJty Bank, Mandnrama. * Mr A. C014.ABD .announces that he is holding a Great Qlearing-Off Sale at Caropar, being about to leave the district. Call earjy a;id .secure the pick of the bargain.. Tkndkrs will be received .until the end of this month for scrubbing, rjtng barking and *&yn,g ?out all under growth on 471 acres of land at Gar land. As usual, o...

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TRUNKEY. Feb. 15th [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

TRUNKEY. .FROM OUR CORUESPOSDKXT. Feb. 15th In your last issue a correspondent asks for some information regarding Carcoar Pastures and Stock Board matters. If he really wants such, why doesn't he go to the trouble of reading the very' brief1 and 'clear Pas tures Acts and the minutes of the Board, and then he need not have troubled you ? Section 1, Clause 8, of the Regulations says — ' The Board shall assign the remuneration for work done and services rendered under or by its order, and it may em ploy and pay for all necessary labor to carry out the provisions of tho Act.' Section X, Clause 51, says— ' The expenditnre of the Board shall be under its sole control, and all pay ments sanctioned by it shall be paid by chequ*fbn its own Bank Account, &c.' Clause 7, 45 Victoria, No. 23, authorises any other expenses law fully incurred by the Board in carry ing out the provisions of the Act. Your correspondent, who should know better, is evidently unaware that it is the practice of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

LOOK! TflE GIANT ALBUM OF SONOS, couinininp 184 Pu|iular Songs, wi.h wu:da and nniHic, AND PKATTS CHART OF CHOItDS, luting a quick me.hod of Iramirg io |.lay ilia jtiano or i-rg-ui without a tea it) hi-, Con beo\,tiinpd ..t THIS OFPICZ. Pii.-p, 5-. 'he L t; Po-t-l, 5 . 1\. It i* a New M-;d «i)'l ei Grand L!n uiul i.- Si'Hii g Rupidly. READ! Fivv busincssHS are so good tint ih'-y caunot lie impi -j veil by gooJ Kilvoitwing It is as rjficfissarv. to «'lveri«SH lo a customer us io a (irosp fttivn cil^tomer. ?'0$iSr IF \'OU Wiint aio:ipy W.-nt h wife' Watit a fii.-m Wnt a clrik Want a partner Want ii liUiili.iiij W iiit a Mtuation Waot a Sfivant gir! V/ani lo sell a piano W^nt to tmy a horse W^nt (o pell a tit-tion. Want to buy or sell s'ock Want ti Rell any pr;ipeity Want lo si II grocei us or drapery Want to fngisje pool *hearris Want io «i:ll Ikiii3kIi-i|iI fir nit ure |Want tc hay volite'^s mid Imrmss Want to find ciis'ciik^s for anything ADVERTISE in the LOCAL PAPER. Advrrti^ing wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

- The subscription to tliia Journul in 3s, per qu«ricr, strictly j.nynbifl in ad yance. ; ' It. ss /one 'nf I lie Cheap'-Bt. Cpuuti;y'N«wsj)Ojreiis imblislit-d in the colony, and, consequently, lias nli-nady . a very large ciivulntion, which . is steadily, increasing. ? . All Kinds of JoirPrintlhff QiicUiv, Neatly and j^iiply Executpd at This Office. 'Kindly' forwnid' jour ordoui, wljdn.we will guaraulee to giye .ever^. fiatisfactioii. ,-. .*, , ; '? : 'Judicious ad v-rUfiingJst1)0^'ystonp to success in any business.

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CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING.—ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

carcoar mmmi mm\i. SPECIAL MEETING.— ELECTION of MAYOR. A special MEiiTiNG of the members of the above body was held at the Chambers on 8tli inst.; for the pur pose of electing a Mayor for the cur 2«at year. Presents — Aldermen Clark (Mayor, in tlie chair), Bassett,' Byrnes, C. J. Darwin, Mavhew, Watson and the Council Clerk (Mr J. W. Fox). The Mayor, congratulated the newly-elected Aldermen, and spoko very strongly, against the plumping, through which, he said, Aid. Byrnes had not occupied the. position on the poll that he should. Aid. Byrnes and Derwin thanked the Mayor for his congratulations. In proposing Aid. Bassett as Mayor, Aid. Clark said he did not like to sec the office always in the same hands. All should li; ve a turn. Aid Bassett askod that tho motion should not bo seconded, as he intended leaving the district in a very short time. He then nominated Aid. Byrnes for the position. Aid. Clark seconded tho motion. Aid. Mayhew proposed Aid. Wat son for the Mayoral Chair. He...

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CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY and MARCH, 1898. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

CALENDAR foe PEBRUALIY akd MAliOH, 1898. FwuitUARy, SUNDAY « 13 20/27 MONDAY -,-'?- 7 H 21 28 TUESDAY .18 15 22 . WEDNESDAY 2 9 ]6 23 TliaitSDAV 3 40 .17 .24 , , FRIDAY 4. ? 11 18 25 SATUUP~AY 5 '; 12 19 -26 . -S '??I- ? ???. ? ; ????.. ; .- ? ?? ?..? MAncn./ SUNDAY- | 6_ 13 j 20 27 MONDAY 7 14 ; 21 28 TUESDAY 1 8 15 22 ? 29 WEDNESDAY 2 9. 16 23 30 THUBSDAY ,3 10 17 24 31. FRIDAY 4 11 18 25* '?''?.--???? i ' SATURDAY 5 J2 / 19 20 ,1..*' Tliis Jouraul has a Lnige. Cii culm ion ilian Any Otlicr Paper Published iu the Electorate. i % *^r** -**£ * ? ,-.??.? ?

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

S^AGISTEeiAL I^IRY. An inquest was held at tbe Pouit House, Blayney, on 5th inst , by Mr J. UtUgow Cobb, J. P., District Coroner, with a jury of twelve, over the body of Joseph Sherer, who died very suddenly H a shaft 40ft. deep near Blayney on Friday, 4th inst. Frederick Glutton, miner, ' was with deceased in the shaft at the time of the sad occur rence, jrhey had been working together all day. Deceased reeled and would have fallen but Glutton caught him in his arms, when deceased died. Dr G riffiths ace : mpanied Constable Leplaw to the mine about an hour afterwards ; deceased was then drawn up and the Dr. pronounced life to be extinct. In his evidence the Dr stated there were no external marks of violence, the body was well nourished, the pericardium con-» tamed a large quantit\ of fl aid blood, the heart was in an ex- - treine state of fatty degener ation, the other organs were in. a more or less similar condition and the stom ich was much dis tended, containing a quantity of un...

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CARLAND. Feb. 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 February 1898

GARLAND. FKOM OUR CORRESPONDENT. Feb. 8th. Much sympathy was felt here when the sad news of the death of Mrs John Wilkins became known. The deceased lady had been ailing for some considerable time prior to her death, which sad event took place in the Carcoar Hospital. Mrs Wilkins was highly respected in this locality, and she leaves a husband add six little ones to mourn her loss. Much sym- pathy is felt for the bereaved ones. The Lyndhursfc Cricketers jonr neyed to Woodstock on Saturday, 5tli inst., aud playpd the Woodstock Team on the latter's wicket. The former team were defeated by seven wickets, Bloomileld did good work with the bat for the Lyndhurstitos. Feb. 15th, A very heavy windstorm began here on Suuday and continued until yesterday morning, several buildings being unroofed and a large number of trees blown to the ground. Old inhabitants say that they never wit nessed the like for this.jnany a year. Considerable damago was doue at Lyndhurst. One sido of the roof of \;r Le...

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