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THE BATHURST SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
THE BATHUHST SHOW. Tiie Annual Exhibition of the Bath urst A.,H. and P. Association will be held on March 23rd, 24th and 25th, and we would remind intendiug ex hibitors, amongst whom will doubtless be numbered many of our readers, that entries close on Wednesday, 9th March, and that schedules of prizes may be obtained at this Office. The magnificent sum of over £1200 will be offered ia prizes, an amount un eqnalled by any other Show outside the metropolis, giving every induce ment to exhibitors, and we hope to see a number of the most important prizes caw-ied off by residents of this district. For the information of those who simply attend the Show as visitors we may state that .the Bathurst Show rants next to Sydney, the attendance during the three days averaging from 25,000 to 30,000, and the exhibits about 4000. For extent and value their buildings and grounds are nn rivalled, over £12,000 having: been expended on them, and now buildings | to the value of nearly iB800 are now| be...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
LOCAL LAND BOARD. Meetings of the Local Land Board were held at the Court House, Trunkey, on 7th and 8th inst., at 2 p.m. and 10 a.m. respectively, when the following cases were dealt with : For Preliminary Investigation— R. J. Stapleton, 40a, cp 97.12 — survey ordered. With a View to Confirmation, &c. — J. R. Byrnes, 60a, cp 97.1 — con- firmed for por. 117 of 60a— and 180a, cl 97.1 — confirmed for por. 118 of 130a— rent, If d ; G. F. Campbell, 4fla, cp 97.2 — confirmed for por. 32 of 40a; H. McManus, 60a, cp 97.5 — postponed till next meeting; and R. J. Allporfc, j40a, cp 97.6 — confirmed for por. 32 of 57a — and 120a, cl 97.5 — confirmed for por. 33 of 107a— rent, 2|d. For Fresh Certificate of Conformity —McDonald '& Marks, 80a, cp 87.31— refused. For Exemption from Fencing — D. Hanrahan, 80a, cp 95.1 —postponed. Annual Leases fov Consideration, &c— W. McKenzie, 640a, 97.54— lease allotted of 736a, rent £3 16s 8d ; M. A. McDonald, 640a, 97.56— lease al lott...
Auctioneer, Barber. Fruit, Vegetable and Produce Dealer, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
Auctioneer, Barber- Fruit, Vege. table and Produce Dealer, &c. Thos. J. Benkett, Fruiterer, Vege table and Produce Dealer, Barber, Auctioneer, &o., Opposite the City Bank, Mandueama. A Well- Appointed Barbering Saloon. An Easy Shave and Neat 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 eon duct Public Auction Sales in Any Part of the District; prompt atten tion given to business. Confectionery, Cool Drinks, -fcc, on hand. Opposite the City Bank, Mandurama. * Tenders will be received until the end of this month for scrubbing, ring barking and taking out all under growth on 471 acres of land at Gar land. Certainly tbo best medicine known ia Sander and Sous Kuc&lypti Kxtract. Test its eminently puwcrtut inectB, iu coiigns, col 'p, iiifluenz: — tbe relief is insten' aneous. In fiuriuus cases and accidents, be they v...
Sander & Sons' Cucalypti Extract [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
Sander & Rons' Eucalypti Extract The Medical Brief, a monthly medical periodical, which has the largest circulation among all medical journals existent, publishes, from a surprisingly-large number of most re nowned physicians, reports treating upon the marvellous effects produced through the application of SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. All Fevers, Diarrhoea, ? Dysentery, Lung-and-Chest Troubles, Colds, &c, have Lost their Hold Upon the Human Frame when Controlled by That Drug. Messrs. MILES BEOS., of the Exchange Stores, Carooar and Lyndhurst, are Special Agents in This Town for Its Sale.* At Lyndhurst on Saturday, 5th pros., at 2 p.m.,v those well-known Weilders of the Hammer, 'Messrs Cobb &' McOloskey, will ?submit to public auction horses, cattle, pigs, buggy, spring cart, galvanised iron, &c. Speculators, be up and doing ! Going! going! GONE! At the Polioe Court on Tuesday, before Messrs Louche and Clark, Js.P., W. Hudson, on a charge ...
MANDURAMA [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
MDUHAMA mOM OCK COnnESFOXDEKT. The coming election is all the talk with the men just now. Little groups congregate of a uight discus sing Protection and Freetrade. To my idea, the majority judge the man and not his principles. Had Mr John Fagan consented to stand lie would have met with good support, as he is extremely popular in and around this district. Individuality bas a lot to do with a selection when the masses are concerned. Love is blind, and when we love we are indifferent to many defects. So it is at election-time. If one candidate is your friend, you will not think if his platform is best for the country's good, but will stand up for him through thick and thin, sim ply because he is a jolly, good fellow. Again, the man with the money has a great percentage over the man who has none. Every poor person has an admiration for the man who has at tained what he is still scrambling after Let us hope that this year we will be wise in our generation, and return the best man, not f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
TliR subscription to tliie Journ.il is 3s. per quuner, strictly jjiyaWp in a«l vanco. It is one of . the Chrapptst 'Country Newspapers pnblislinl in -1iq ob)qn^y-.iindi'.bi»nMsqiiently, lias ulinady *'?' very ^irge uitvulntiou',''' -;liich is steadily inci:-'aeing. All Kiiids of Job Printing Q licklv, Neatly and'On'ruply BxKciittia'it -This ( Office. Kindly forward .your ordBin, '( when we will gnarnnteelo give ziery Btttisfactioii, ' '? : - judicious adviTitMiig is tho k- ystonp to -suocemi iu any tuiincss. LOOK! THE GIANT ALBUM OFSONOS, containing 181 Popului' Songs, wiili wo da and music, AND PKATT'S CHART OP CHORDS, lining a quick mu.liod of* li-arnicg io |,!uy ilitj I'iauo «r org^tn without a teiiclitT, Cm bpoMiiiii-d .t THIS OFFICE Priep.nvtiie h t ; Postal, 5, 21. It is a New Idi%a imil u Grautl L'li an-J is iSelfii g Rnpidlr. READ! Fi-w liusiiifssea nre bo good tlut tii^y cannot lie improved by gold aJvyitimiig It is as nficessary ti n-)verrisH Jo a customer »s to a jirosp-c...
Bigga Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
Bigga ttaccs. Nominations for the Bigga J.C. and Autumn Handicaps have been post poned till 5 p.m. on Wednesday, tlie' Meeting taking place on Thursday. Now, then,- equine men, here's a chance to pick up a little filthy lucrei as tbo prize-mo'ioy for the two prin cipal events alone amouufcs to 27 John Dunns. A whisper in your ear Mr J. McD. Marks, Hon. Sec— Had you advertised your Meeting in this widely-read and sprightly-written journal there would nave been no oc casion to poMpone the day of nomi nation. A Penny Wise and Pound Foolish Policy, you savee !
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
.'VeSUiTAS. Uapdoas— ?pur.tV. Sunday in Aug., Sept, '? .' '\andCct:,Titi| a.m. t&UfBXiiuMK—J?inb Sunday iu October, at U a.m. SBboWH'b pBERK— THid . Suni'ay in Ang., Sept. and Oct., at 3. Gas/ Swamp— Third SuniUy in Aug., Sept. and Oct. , at 7.30. : Vevillv — Every Sunday except the second in each mouth at 3. Blwney — Mornin? and evening every i Sunday. j
Held Over. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
Held Over. Through pressure on our advertis ing space — Ob, Golly! We're All Smiles ! — ' Old Sports' ' interesting noteB, ' Luny's ' All-Sorts (which con tained two jnoie Good Conundrums and many Spicy Paragraphs), a sultry article on 'Our Local Busybody' (of course, ye ken him ?), several corres pondents' letters and a ton of other interesting news are all crowded out of this issue. Still, all the same, We're So Pleased !
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
MARRIAGE. WHEELMAN — CUMMERFORD. —On Monday, 14th Feb., 1898, at The Manse, Great Buckingham Street, Redfern, by the Rev. John Christie, B.A., John Maurice Wheelman, of Sydney, to Mary Cummerford, of Wilcannia.
Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 February 1898
Wedding. ON Monday, 14th inst., a pretty wedding was celebrated at The Manse, Redfern, by the Rev. J. Christie, B.A., when Miss M. Cum- merford, late of Wilcannia and Car- coar, was joined in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr J. M. Wheelihan, of Sydney. We wish the happy couple &nbsp; a smooth career through Life's journey.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898
? Church o* Bkgland First Scntiay. — Carcoar, 11 a.m, (B.C.) and 7.30 p.m. ; Shaw, 3 p.m. Sbocnd Sunday, — Oarcoar, 11 H.m : Lsnd hurst, 3 p.rii; ; i Galley Swamp, 7.30 p to. Third Self d^y. — 0arcoar, II a.m. MarnnguUa, 3 p.m. ; Mauduiama, 7.30 p.m.. Fourth Sckday? -T-';Carooar. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Lyndhuret, 3 p.m. Fifth Sondav (when recurring). — ^Carcoar, - 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Manduramn, 3 p.m.-U.C)
THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898
THE CHURCHES. .. Roman Catholib. . 1ST Sunday.— Carcon*. 8.30 aim.; Blayney, 11 a.m.; and 7.20 p.m. 2kd Sunday.— Blavney, 6.30 a.m.; Carcoar. 11 a,m., and 7.30 p.m. 3i;d Sunday.— Carcoar, 8.30 a.m., and 7-33 p.m.; Blayney, II a.m. 4th Sunday.— Vittorin 11 a.m.; Blayney, %H ISiTKiy*.? ^whea; occtiWng).— - Neville, ? .i|l^.ni. J Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. ; y '£?&'£' ?'.??? [teS^DNESpAY.—Biown's Creek, 9 a.m. 3b» WSDNESDiy^ityndhurst, 9.am.
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. . i. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered wishing to coutinn« their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers older the discontinuance of their periodicals tlie publishers may con tinue to send them until all nrrearaare paid. 3. If subsaribei-s neglect or rof use -|o take tbeir periodienls from the office to whirh they are'direeted they are held responsible until they linve settled :iheir. bills and ordered them to be di6continucd. 4. If Bub-cribers move t) .other places without. informing the publishers, and ihe papers are sent to tiieir former address, they are responsiole. 5 The t3onrts have decided that ^refusing to take periodicals from the office or remov ing oNoaviug tNem aiicallcd for is piiima FAClB evidence of intentional frand. ' 6. Anv person who receives .jmowspaper and makes use of it, whether Iib has flr-ier'-3 itor not, is held in the law to taja-subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they are biund to gi...
PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898
PENNY POSTAGE. The pagulpnalnge system is in force on loiters posted betw'een^be following PoEt OrEctfS : *^» Barrtf.sBlftynny, Brown's Creek, Bnrnt Yards,* Gattia, Oarcoai-, lSganton, Forest Beefs. Galley Swamp, Garlaud, Gregh»ms tbwb, Hobby's Yards, King's Plaits, tynd hurst, Mandnrama, - MiUthorpe, Moonlda, NevUle, Newbridge, Korton, Shaw and Spring HilL
THE BATHURST SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898
THE BATHURST SHOW. The Annual Exhibition of the Bath urst A.,H. and P. Association will bD held on March 23rd, 24th and 25th, and we would remind intendiug ex hibitors, amongst whom will doubtless be numbered many of our readers, that entries close on Wednesday, ,9th March, and that schedules of prizes may be obtained at this Office. The magnificent sum of over £1200 will be offered in prizes, an amount un equalled by any other Show outside the metropolis, giving every induce ment to exhibitors, and we hope to see a number -of the most important prizes carried off by residents of this district. For the information of those who simply attend the Show as visitors we may state that tffe fiathurst Show ranks next to Sydney, the attendance during the three days -averaging from 25,000 to 30,000, and the exhibits abont 4000. For rexfent and valae their buildings and grounds are nn rivalled, over £12,000 having been expended on them, and new buildings to the value of nearly £800 are now bei...
CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898
CAUCOAR^POST OFFICE. ? ? -f Postal Hours -.— Fjrom %j».m. to 0 p.m. : ,-, (Sundays exceptod). Telegraph Hours : -From 9 a.m. to S p.m. (Sundays fSfcojj'too' )? The Money Order and Saving. Bank De partments will be open dnily (batnrdiiys and Sundays «xocnt«a}*.r the trausaction of business from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Un Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 n.m ., anil for the receipt of dejpsits.only fi-om..7j toAJ p'.M. '??~r* .' ''??
CARLAND. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898
CABL^ ; FROM OUB CORRESPONDENT. March 2. A hare and wailaby drive took place at Mr A. Emms' Zion Hill on Saturday, and, though the attendance was small, 145 of- the pests were des troyed. Mrs '.'Emms provided the party with a substantial dinner, to which full justice was done, the wants of the hungry being attended to by the Misses Emms, Miss M. Leabeater and Miss Bead. Following are the scores: E. D. Leabeater 22, W. J. Leabeater 20, W Young 16, W. Healey 16, W. Cobb 14, R. Rowlands 14, A. Emms 13, C. Green 11, A. Leabeater 7, W. Emms 7 and J. Dlph 5. Well done, Mr Emms ! that is the way to destroy these troublesome little pests, and it is also an example to 'the other landowners about not to be too slow in following suit. 3 Most of ttaeTarAere here are busy repairing ' their . hay-sheds and other buildings that were damaged by* the late wind-storm* ' i We were blessed yesterday with a splendid shower of rain, bnt, sorry to say, it did not hist long enough: To day appears to be jus...
CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898
CAttCOAB MAILS. :.'.'._V' Arbo^ls. ? ! - JFrom Sydney, Blayney, Manduraaa,, Lytul; '; * bunt, Wooastook, Garland, .&o^jmwaA '?'.'.?' ^TT.RO.r-Daily^Suntloyf^xocpterl), at 6 % ... ?**;? - 5 ??*-gtx.-.^ ? - ? ?- 'Prom Blayney, Norton, Barry, Sbavr and ' - Neville— Tuesdayo, Thursdays and Satur f -a«ga,«f3230pin. :;'..' -Ptnm.Orapce, Codia and Burnt Yards — i. '????^?^?-S?i3SA5'BplM'*iiyi, at 8'jp.to. ; ?, m, ? - --.'-'?For, Blayney, Sydney, all intervening, ifi^i^Srtatipns: and T.IVQ, --~ Daily^ (Sundays ;V;%?l?I^fer'fl(|w»,.1V-loa^tock- Lyndharet, JTttn i' I -ft?3w-«ria'and Garlands-Daily (Sunday*; ex-. A'^.r''/i»eptsa),^t9'30p.m; ? ? ? v.^sr*.;. ;- — JTar Rlivfiop. Norton. Bflrnr. Shnw anrl ??.' Nevtiie- Taesdiys, Thuraiays ami Satur -r : ^*y*, at 12 noon. , ;-??; Orange, Cadis «ud Burnt Yard* — :'. ?; MoccUtTS, at 7'30 p.m