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

Sander & Sons' Eucalypti Extract. The Medical Brief, a 'monthly medical periodical, which has the largest circulation among all medical journals existsnt, publishes, from a surprisingly-large number of most re nowned ..physicians,- reports treating upon the marvellous effects prodnced 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 BROS., of the Exchange Stores, Carcoar and Lyndhurst, are*. Special Agents in ^bJB.Tojrn,f^Ji^|al|;,5 ;j, ....- , Auctioneer, Barber- Fruit, Vege table and Produce Dealer, &c Thos. J. Bennett, Fruiterer, Vege table, and Produce. Dealer, Barber, Auctioneer, &e., Opposite the City Bank, Mandurama. A Weil-Appointed Barbering Saloon.; An Easy Shava and Neat Haircut. The Soundest and Cheapest Fruits. Visits paid to Gar coar and other places at regular i...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOWN-BLAYNEY TO HARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

D053J- BLivsKT to Harden^ , ; ? i.*- .\ j£- Mixed BGxcd ;i Stations, (Sundly (SrSaay r i;- exceptei)) excepted) *???- ???- a.m, p.m. Blayney * a^4-epiirt 4 55 9. 55 Carcoar *- a'A 5 45 1036 tfanduranja ''.???. SS ) '30^50 Lyndhurst .'. 6 28 ,11,0 ; Garland' w j.,.' a a '?? Wangoola - a » Woodstock* ' 7 39 1152 £1 ^Cl a.n). ; HolmwoM-- ' 8 13 12 13 *ir —Arrive 8 25 12 23 Oowra J . -? p m. Koorawatha 4 40 138 ?-.- Crowtbfer * a a y- BendickMoncU a a ? Monleagle ^T., a a .: Burrangong y a » v i —Arrive 6 2© 3 10 Young j __pepait C 50 3 30 i King's Vale ??- » ? Demondrille Junction ..-S10. 440 '??? Mnrrambnitah ' v a a : £ Harden -? j 825 4 55 ? : aPicksnpand sets down when required, taesengere wishing to' Alight must give ?-:?' totice to the^fiiiard^t the prcrions V slopping Btation. , J ' ? %? ? The above trains call .at Watervale (late, '? Swan Ponds) Mid W*ttamadaria when ; '.';' feqnired. '; .'; ,. .; ; The Carcoar t}'15 p.tn. ? rain'catcbes tb6 - down train fflr*«y-iney,.«ad -the ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

TWO BUCKETS AND A PIPE. Take two common water-buck«ts ; connect them at the bottom witb a small pipe. Now undertake to fill oue of them witli water ; you perceive at once that t-ie water tends to till I he other rail also. ' What's tl.e use of saying that 7 ' you ask me. ' Every fool knuwn that water in con nected lestrvoirs will assume I he same level. ' Quite so. Vet the wisest men on eartii did not know it ouce. If ibe ancicut Koniaus had known it they wouldn't have gone lo the trouble *nd expense of buil Ing their (Sicat aqueducts. Ch, dear 1 oh, dear ! - After a t\,ina in n,.inti rl out. whal a lot of peojle are able to aee it. - . But to see it the fibst time ? Ah 1 that takes ejes. To explain it th-: first time! Ad ! i hat takes b aius. The blood circulated through pipes in the humau cody thousands of years bef re anybody even suspected it. la'nt that queer ? Now, there is a|m*tler— But let's hare an example or two best, and the theory afterward*. A faiber writes ihus.abiut h...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

BATLW AY TARES. The following »re the railiray fares from C«rcoar to the'nndermentioned Btationn : Stations. Single. Return, a . riet 1 2nd ? itk jGnd s -i s da d «'- 'd Albnry 50 633 .075 0 50 3 Bathnret 8 0 5 312 0 7 9 Blayney t . 2 5 J 7 -3 t, 2 6 Bonrko *: e 63 6 43: 095 6«4 9 Cowra f 6946 10 86 9 Dubbo 23 616 635 323 3 Garland 2 11 4 3 2 2 0 VjOCUDUni ' ^ i-0 «f i*/ «J i« V Off 3f Harden - - W 0 13 .6 30 ; 0 20 i Si Holmwood 6 3 4 2 3 66 3 Lithgow 17 3U 6 - — Ljndhurst 15102216 Blendursma 1 1 ) 0 9 1 S 1 2 Orange 6 '3 4 'I J -0 6 ]S ParramattR 32 10 21 U 49 5 33 2 Penrith 29 919 944 6 29 0 Sydney 30 324 354 6 30 3 Wellington ?? 17 311 G26 017 8 Woodstock 4 5 3 V 7 0 ft: 8 Weugoola 382 65 63 8 Young 15..9 10 6123 9J15 9 a Available for i^tiit n as follows :— Under 15 miles, on day of iBSiie only $ 16 and not : exceeding SO miles, oue week ; 31 and not exceeding 100 miles, 'withiii one month ; '. oferlOOroiles, within three jnonlhs. These ««obtMnab|oJit«ry}Un«j |5. i .,i £ ;-. j ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LOCAL STOCK BOARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

THE LOCAL STOCK BOARDS Mb P. B. C. Hopkins writes us as follows,' under date 1st inst. : In yburSissue of 25th ult. ]V[r Jam£s Bwens of Cathcart asks ' if it is a fact that tlie ex penses of administering tbe Sheeff-Board and the- IV and S.P. Board are derived from a common fund, viz,, that col- j lected for the destruction of noxious animals ? ' The leply is simple : it is not a fact. The | expenses connected with the , Stock Department, Inspectors' ( salaries and SUeep Board Di- , rectors' fees are ? paid from Sydney out of an entirely dif- 1 ferent fund provided by the Sheepowners themselves (annu ally taxed under the Diseases I in Sheep Acts)- It is not I under local control, and Sheep Directors liave to sign the usual public officers'' voucher before they receive ctie^ues foi their services from the Mines De partment, ^Phe Government fixes the rate of assessment when it occurs. ' The funds of the Pastures Board, on the con trary, are uilder the sole control of that body, and ar...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A I TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

b . ~ : A^I TRAINS. A train eave ? isra for Harden on Saturday? only « 9 0 a.m. in connection ?with the -.25 n.ffl, tr n, Rlaynev to Cowra. A tr? i leaves T lyney for Cowra on 'Fridays only at 4-7.9 p.m., departing from Carcoar at 4'52 p.m. A I rain leaves Cowra for Bluyney on Friday* only at 11 45 a.m. in connection. viith«ie«-20a.in. nainVfiarden to Coirra, departing irom Cartbar at 1 59 p.m. : A: train leaves Harden for XJowra on* Saturdays only at 2 p.m. in connection with the C p.m. train, Obwra to Blayney.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

MEDICAL J)r. k WYHTeT HAWTHORNE. M.D., M.Oh., L.M., K. »nd Q., C.P.I., SURQEON, Oarcoar Hospital, Visits Mnndurnma on Taesdays *nd Satnrdays, Between the Hours of 8 and 5 p.Ul. ? and may bn Consulted «n Otber Days at the : tfetial Hours at The Hospital, Carcoar. ;

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

Go to MARE BEMBRICK for EVERYTHING. M,B. keeps the Best Stock in the F istrict of Grocery, Drapery, Mercery, Hosiery, Boots and Shoes, Hots, Ironmongery Crockery ware, Glassware, Stationery, Patent Medicines, -fec, «fcc. o ? : : ? o Great Clearing Sab of Summer Goods and Bemna&ts at ENORMOUS EUDUCEXOSSrS. Buy Everything You Require 'at MARK BEMBRICK'S, Universal Provider, liKLUaiJLA STIJEKT, C A R 0 O A R. And all kinds of Musical Instruments. _l^Your best security is to deal with an old-established responsible Firm, whose guarantee is of value, whose interest it is to sell only good and reliable Instru ments. Call or send for Illustrated Cata logues and Price Lists post free. Old Pianos taken in Exchange. Instruments sent . everywhere on Easy Time Payment System. . flULKIES AS. SHOWN, SSprlnm, mod. «t. m ? 4£B&* iarapa, £8 17a 6d. flm.nsk from Kb., .Slngle-torted ..^^a—MjKHHMraiV Buntea,£lC l«».j Buck Board Bamio, £U 10a.| i ^TWBii IBM H J 'fn . Do3blMea.t«IDiigglM,...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Before the Leaves Begin to Fall. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

Jlcfdrc the Leaves Begin to Fall. We are asked to inform our readers that Mv A. Bead, photographer, will remain in this* district 'Till the Leaves Begin to Fall 'i and it is his desire to visit Shaw, Barry, Neville, Lyndhurst and other centres near to his studio and workshop at the Bank Premises in Mandurama, adjoining Bembrick'8 Store. ¥e have before referred to Mr Bead as a photo grapher, and, since inspecting some of his latest work, are further convinced that he is something above the ordi nary travelling photographer, and is TveU-up in all branches of his profes sicn. ?o ..that we can safely recommend -the folks of this district to bare the natural beauties of' their homesteads i-eprbduced through his camera * Be fore the Leaves Begin toa Fall '. Mr Sead,w|il be in CJarcoav 'frequently ; those wishing' to 'have pictures taken at their own homes should give Mr Read two-days' notice ;of the same, when he will attend promptly. Copies of Mr Bead's work can be Viewed at this office,...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POINTED AND RISIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

POINTED and VISIBLE. Bt * Old. Sport', Cowra. Mb Editor, what do you think? The Cowra giris are really taking to Wke a bit, and the young gentleman who is teaching the little deans how to ride has certainly a rosey time of it, with his arm round their precious, slender waists, shoving them along. As I said some time «go, bifceB may be good for our belles, but Td draw the line at bloomers. The French, rather angallantly, I think— [By Jove, bo do I !— Peo. and Ed.]— say that the ngliest sight in this world is a woman in the water, bnt that was said before a woman appeared in all the pomp and circumstances of a pair «f luMnrv breeches. . J The blooming girls who ride.the bike Can now indulge in something, too1 Since they, at last, a match can strike The same way that their brothers do. ♦ * It's only a short time ago I read where two cases occurred in The Cab bage Garden, in which husbands ap pealed to the Courts to be divorced because their wives wonld persist in sporting bloomers and ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

;' USl;FUtL LOCAL BAILV^Y TIME-TABLE. Vr— Hahd^i* t ) Blayjtev.-'. ^ — ? ? ^ ? . ? Mixpd TMixed ' _,' . :'.- Dnily t^aily Stations. (Sunday (Sunday exocpted ) exeeptcd ) k ? a.m. . p m. Harden —Depart C2U . » 15 Murrumbmrah ' ? a ?'?' n Demondrille Junction - 6 48 ? 9 35 King's Vale ,-j,- . » '' , * Young | — JJcparl 8 20 -10 30 Burrangoug te? 'a a Monteagle,, a n Bendick Morrell a . a Crowther ' ' a . a Koorawatta 10 16 1156 ( -Arrive 116 a.m. Cowra i:; ' p.m. '2 4t };y _»epn.t 5 20 12 55 Holmwood 5 32 17 Woodstock- C'l «-*3 Waugoola'- n ? » . Lyadhursi' ,. . 1 30 - ; ^50 MandnraAft- v, 7 46. t.fc? Carcoar v . 8 15^4^0 Blayney 'J? ' ? r. 9 0 4 5

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

The subscription to this Journal in 3b. per qiiurier, strictly ),Bynblo in ad vance. It is one of tlie jOhoapest Country Newspapers |mbHsli-d in the colony, mid, consequently, lias.wiltwidy a i-vehyC Urge SJrpiiB^0,1^ 'which is steadily increasing. ?: ., AJ1 jtjiisJB (Of Job Printing Qiiokiv, Neatly and IXlnraply JExeo&tiecl At'.This .Office. Kindly foiWHid your nrdein, j ?i^benfwe will guarantee to give'.* very satisfaction. ?,?'????-'._ * Judicious advertising is tlw k* yetone Io succebh in any business. - ?./ ;; ? A' A THE GIANT ALBUM OF SOSOS, containing 181 Popular SorigR, widi wo ds and music, AND ' - PRATi'S CHART OF CHORDS, l-eii»g a -juick oieiliod of inmiitig to. l-lay'(Iia jiiano or organ without a' ? teacher, ...-,' Chn be ol.t liiwd «t THIS 0FFIC3. Pi-ioi-, 5h. .the L:t; Ponied, 5-. 21. 1 1 is a New Jiica »ud a Grand Lin und is Selling Rapidly- .;' READ! Fi\v businesses are ho good that they cannot liu improved by good udvcitiuing It is as nocessary t-i advertis...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

A pplioations will be received j by Mr F. A. Collins, timber j merchant, Orange, up to 1 7th j inst. from persons willing to | purchase the Royal Hotel at Brown's Creek, with goodwill j and furniture. Cash or terms, j Tenders will also be received.! for the goodwill, furniture and I weekly rental ; cash only. The stock to be taken at cost in each case. A meeting of the Local Land Board will be held at Trunkey on 4th, 5th and 6th prox. The -single meeting of credit ors of W.. McNeill, Galley Swamp, will be held at the Court House, Carcoar, on 15th inst. At a Special Meeting of the Licensing Court held on Tues day an Auctioneer's license was granted to T. Bennett, and a ccach license to P. Perry. At the Police Court on Tues day, before the P.M., J. Wea vers proceeded against Bailton for the illegal detention of a calf. The Bench declined to make an order for its teturn. The following cases were de cided at the Small Debts Court on Tuesday :— Brady Bros v T. Parker, claim for £3 18s 7d...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR FUTURE M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

W FUTURE Ml A. At well-attended meetings of the Proress Committees held both at Mt. Drysdale and By rock, resolutions were unanim ously passed thanking1 their representative, Mr Waddell, for the long and able services he has rendered them, and deplor ing the fact that he would not -. igain represent them, having ' ? decided to become a candidate j for the Cowra electorate at the I forthcoming election. | .That such satisfaction is ex- j pressed at Mr'; Wad'dell's ser- j vices b.y his constituents, ai$er j having repiesented them for j such a lengthy period, speaks I volumes in favor of his . fitness. 1 for the position. V j : In consequence of the resig- : nation «pf Aid. Bassett from tbe Mjonic^al Council, a meeting of1 *atepayers Jwjll be liejd at 1 l$f§pyiniA\ ^hainbers »n 20nd ] inst. : to nominsLte an aVdeVman | to fill the ; vacancy. Nomma- ] tions must be lodged on. or 1 before 14th lDsfc- -Should njore , \ than one nomination be received j a poll will be taken on 26th j inst...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

The Quarterly Licensing Court will be held here on 19th April. Mt McDonald shonld boast another pub. after that date. There SHOULD to TWO PUBS, at Tooth Galley Swamp and Mount Mc Donald- ? A Musical Education for a Grown ! The above heading will of course appear to most people w the height of absurdity, yet the absurdity 1b more apparent than real. It goes without saying that a finished musical education in the regular course cannot bo had tor a crown, or even with several hundred additional crowns, but can it be truthfully said that the person with a sufficient knowledge of music to play ac companiments readily on tbe piano or organ, to all the popular and standard songs of the day has no musical education ? Assuredly not. A musical education sufficient to enable one to play correctly accompaniments to the songs sung in the home, frequently gets, and gives more pleasure irom the modest accomplishment than, does many on whose education large sums have been expended. To the more mode...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

Short's Flour Mill w working day and night, and tie Flour now being turned out is really splendid.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ALL-SORTS. RECOLLECT, I AM HERE [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

ALLSORTS Br 'Luny*. RECOLLECT, I AM HERE Fob the Cause that Lacks Assistance; For the Wrongs that Need Rcsist ? ance ; For the Future in the Distance ; And the GOOD that I Can Do.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ORANGE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

THE ORANGE SHOW MbJW. Tanner, jun., the energetic, Secretary of the Orange ^ A. and P.: Association, has forwarded us a notice regarding the Annual Show to bef held by that Society. The1 Show, an' eveut.-of yery considerable importance! in the ' colony, ' visitors and exhibits: from all parts being largely represen-' ted on every occasion, will occupy 3 days, 30th and : 31st March and 1st; April. Since last year .the Showring has been enlarged, new buildings erected and a number of other *jm pnovements effected that will b^much appreciated, both Jby exhibitors' and sight-seers. The prize-list has' been increased, and, we are certain, will be of more than ordinary interest to a number of our readers. Hunting, trotting, jumping and,' numerons other competitions will take place, and, to many, will be the principal inducement ,to attend the Show. In addition to the great quantity of ox hibits ordinarily on view, Special Exhibits front the Government - Ex perimental Farms will be shown, ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

WCSLBTAN. .Uaf.ooae— Fourth jSpnday in Aug., Sept.. ~* - 5 '?' *nttCct4»t,li a.m. Makdubama— Brst Bnnday in October, at 11a.m. BboWW's ilpERK^Ti)iid Sunday in Aug., Sepr. and Oct., at 3. Ga3yt Swamp— Third Sunday in Aug., JBept.and Oct.,at7.30. Neville — Every Snnday excei-t the sooond in each month at 3. Blayney — Morning and evening every j Sunday. j

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MANDURAMA. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1898

MANDURAMA FROM OtCK CORRESPONDENT.. March 21. The criclcet match on the local green last Saturday resulted in a wins ftfr BTerille. Walli lost by 54 runs ia the first inniugs. The day was very Bultry, therefore the play waa by no- means brilliant. We have had a delightful shower of rain which was much needed, and*, was appreciated when it came. The little daughter of Mv Jameft Bembnck, who has been suiffering from typhoid fever-, is- now on the; mend. Miss Lidstooe, who took Mr Jones'' place as assistant teacher at the state school, has been removed to a more lucrative position near- Sydney, t understand that we are- ta have a mate assistant. Ek the Women's franchise^ question,. I think, Mr Editor, tliat married^ ladies have top much experience with tights {drunken husbands) as it iB,,tp- evor: wifjb tt- wear- them.'

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