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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, April 6th, 1898. Before Messrs H. Byrnes, P.M., and T. Fitzpstrick, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Toesdat, April 6th, 1898. B fore Mown H. Byrnes, P.M., and T. Fitzpatrick, J.P. Davis Bros. v. Smith. — Guods sold.— Mr Phillips ap peared for defendant — Plain- tiff was nonsuited. Davis Bros.,T. King.— Goods sold. — Nonsuited. Trible v. O'Brien.;— Claim for balance of rent due.— Mr May hew appeared for plaintiff and Mr MacDermott for defendant —Verdict for plaintiff fpr £5 10* and 15s costs.— A. peek's time was allowed in whifeh to pay- -- ? .-.;?.... - ??? ? Stubbs v. Hayes — Claim for .£1 6s for use of churn— ^Mr MacDjerniott appeji^ed.fpr $&iri- tiff and Mr Mayhiew For defen dant— A. set-off of XI 19s for agistment of horse and cow was filed by defendant.— Plaintiff stated that his horse had only been ;a the' paddock ifoVbne monjt^T^Yerdicfc jorj; ^plaintiff for i|= 2s, costs :Ss and 3a for one #itn^ssi ;: ? * ?

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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GALLEY SWAMP April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

GALLEY SWAMP ? FROM, OUR COltRJESPONDKNT.. . '.'' April 5^ .? The annual meeting of the Progress ABSOciatipn was held at Digbj's hall on the 3rd inst. The President (Mr T. B. Hocking,) occupied the chair. The committee presented their annual report and balance sheet and Auditors report, which were adopted. The re port showed that a great amount of Brood had been done by the committee, and a number^ of grievances were re dressed- The committee' were loud in eulogy of Mr M. T.' Phillips, M.L.A., wh6 hWd Wjorked like a trogan for them, Mr ' Hocking received their thanks for the great assistance he'had rendered. .The ' neighbouring land-, owners did not escape attention, re ference being made to the courtesy they had .always displayed to the com mittee. Special reference being made to Mr H. Mulloy, who had rendered every assistance in his power. It was resolved that 'the election^ to fill the vacancies on the' committee,' be taken by ; ballot . at the establishments, of Messrs J. Rue an...

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Druids' Gala. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

Druids' Cain The attention of our readers is di rected to the advt. of the 29th Annual Druids' Gala, from which it will be seen that no. lesB than £355 was dis tributed amongst N.S. W. Charities from the sale of tickets last year. The Committee hope they will be enabled to treat our Charities equally . as liberally this year, and the 'Secre- tary indulges' in the pious hope that one of the N.S.W'. patrons will carry off the first prize, value £1000,; for the shilling ticket. It is 'more than likelv Mr Brenan shows the same solicitude for patrons in other colonies, bo that he, at any rate, is not likely to be disappointed. The drawing is to take place on April 23rd, so that if our readers wish to invest a shilling or two they,' should do so -without any delay. We nre requested to state that the eale of Eight Hours' Art Union Tickets will ceaie locally on the 21st iuat., intending purohi' sera should therefore no'e the date. This is stated to bo the. oldest Ar: Union conducted in Amtr...

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Eight Hours' Art-Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

Eight Bouts' Art-Union. Aifvaiinonncementjis made in out advertising columns '6f the Forty Second Art Union to be held by the Eight - Hours' Committee, on . the *' 21st April; in Melbourne. . This isclaime-l to be the oldest' Art Union conducted, in 'AristiUfa.- There are £ I860- to be given ftway in prizes. ;. '. The first (s £1000, the., second -£2O0, and 428 others from £1 upwards. Tickets are Is 'each: they may lie had frpjn the local agent, Mr J. E. Wate6n, Naylor Stateet^Canjoar, or direct -nbiri^tne1' representative, Mr Theo. W. Heide, 237 Collins. StneeV'Melbournejiwho has conducted this Art Union in N.^.W. for some yeara;past.^We are requested to state ^h^t^ne Succeeds wife be divided amongpE^rJ^fcpitals and .public charities^ .'^ ? .-''ia;*'

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MANDURAMA. April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

WANDUBAMA. FKOM OUR -3OKBESPOS0ENT. . : ',' -r,-. ...... ? April 5. The past three days have been .ex ceptionally cold ''for this titne of the year, 'but at the fall of eventide we are all plad to gather in the 'ingle nenk.' It is a drear lookout for stock this winter, £her£ is scarce a bite_pf grass for them now, and the frosty . morn ings will completely perish the little there is. . ? ' ' This town is very quiet considering the number of men working at the different places. v A cycloram'a was held in the School if Arts last night, the show was very good. I am told, but tlie/audience, with the exception of half a dozen adults, was comprised of juveniles. ' It is billed for tQjnight againj and as there' is to be a prize for ' the . biggest liar and best flute player I have no doubt there will be quite a number anxious to compete. ' . .} -'Mademoiselle says' that you must not (JO)ke About her little mistake.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

SlVf^L^ipHpi^ Social. Vance and Art^iSon. 2 E A S T JE K?\M[ O N ID A YRj'ti UT. ... At (he /Vc^il«my ut Music. . - ; Kieh Ticket-Bolifer will he Entitled t» a-' Priw in jthe Art Uniini. - ?? ? :: To ConiHieneo at 8'SO p.inV ' Adnikskin— Gentleman, 8s. ?, Lndy,2-... . Children^ Danice. ,, ^ ; ; easter' ?' .f uerday V sieHT.r '. . .. Acad6m,yof'Ui3^\o. r. - ??-';; Refresbments Provided.— CommiencB ^t,ft, ?'' :? .?.'.' '. ..? ?:-'-p.f». '-'-;/ T '?' :'.' Adwiawoh-^-Ayujt; 2s, ? iSiild,Vt-t ,|; ' and house - Eaipiwa. Itf AID OF TIJE '^ , CATHOLIC CHURCH LYNDflURST, WILLf B»!HELD AT '? on iis|^MbNtfAi'i89$; ?'..,... E^Tfi'iNCBAefeoitNDiTg; LVNCHEoSlV. '-'. v (uartsnaiiD);' Ll A 3J LEJiO.h.. own ihterestg by tLking PEoins^bt H-A tT * W-- NT'S FRENCH SAFEfV PILLS. They ate ?-» j much superior.io Ibe -'AiTertieed nansealing.V ? 'UrugK »nd powders m the express) train is to the m»Uooacb,,fce-ng Safe, JCeiiaitV Speedy. and Beliable. In»IJ cases of irregpUriticn aojioUtruttiofiihiJ-Vdrid^aine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

Barber, Froit, VegatfyWealid Produce ?.??-\ i..ij*-' ?.-?*-_''-'-i. ???? ?;'* Thos. J. BbnSett* 'Fruiterer, 'Vege- table and Produce Dealer, Barber, &c.j Opppsite^.the pity Bank, Mandu-. EA»fA, ^'A W«llrA|-painted Barbering Saloon. An Easy Shave and Neat Haircut. The Soundest and Cheapest Fruits. Visits Paid to .Carcoar, and Otbeiy Places at Regular Intervals.1 Allj 'JOrders ; Promptly Exeputed. Confectionery, Cool Drinks, &c., On Hiiidi- '^Opposite ' the City Bank, MANDtfftAMi..*; ? . ? ( . . ' ' '??; ?'? '] ?; TUat Tent! '. v'; Save you seen that tent P What ?tent P ? Why, the one ' at the Bank Premises in Mandurama. We went to see it, and found there Mr A. Read, the Veil-known photographer, taking portraits with his camera. We have seen many tent's used, for the same purpose, but Mr Read's Studio Tent eclipses anything of tke-kind we have seen for space, light and comfort.' As he will be^iHvJtjs i premises at Man durama for anotjher week, those .,who ?want'' th'ei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

Don't Forget tho ndhurst on Monday

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

Miles Wat Short pulling double.

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WESLEYAN [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

[?] GAr.coAR— Fourifc Sonday- in Aug., 'Sept. ? ?' '-,.?. -fn4^??'--'Bl;^, ?.??? ?'. ,? : . -. Mandubama— First Sunday in Uctober, -at ; j ? , ??-?_.?? jrii^;-^!!:;;;. Bbown'b CBEGE^-TMrd Sunday in Aug., ; ?* ? '8epr,ilarid;:0ct.V'at3. ; ?? --: Gab* .SwAMPr-irhifd Snnday in Ang;, ?'?. \ ? «eT-t;andOdt.;»t J»30. 'i: :-?:'. .'jNiiviLLi-WEwBry Sunday .except the s'eoond -Blaynev — ?Mortiin'j! inna e'vening ''iBvery * i. /??:.:' .;i:'-'6bnday:..] ;?;.;.?; ?..?;._-;-:. :.f..,. ?.

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PRESENTATION TO MR A. COLLARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

PRESENTATION TO MR A. ] COLLARO. A number of gentlemen metat Ken worthy's hotel on Wednesday evening, to witness the presentation to Mr A. Collard,-W;hd 18 leaving here' shortly:. Mr P. ByrneB : occupied the chair. After stating 'the 'purpose of the gathering, he wished Mr Collard every , success in his hew sphere. '] Mr Mayhew read an address on be half of the' subscribers, wishing Mr and Mrs Collard all success. The Mayor, (Mr P. Byrnes,) then presented Mr Collard with a purse of sovereigns', Mr- Collard, in a shost speech' thanked the subscribers for the gift.. He regretted having to leave Carcoar and hoped some day to return. Mr Fitzpatrick proposed the health of Mr*nd Mrs Collard. He deeply re gretted tteir departure. Knew Mr Collard from childhood. Though not a public man, he had taken an interest in local .matters. We could ill afford to lose such people They had always assisted, everything for the advance ment of the town. ' '' . '? Mr Cpft^r-i, thanked the speaker and those...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

Pbeseyikrian. Cakooar. — Morning apd Evening, every Sabbath, excepting .tbe .fourth in each month. Gecbdenbono. — First and third Sunday in each month at 3 p.m. ' ' '? .'?' ? Mount Macquakib.— Second Sunday in the month at 3 p.m. ' ' 7 Tkunkey;-— Fbarth Sunday 'in ^be'month at V 11a.m. ?- ?';' ?'?».?:;;?:-..?.? .:.,? .-. ?' Tdena. — Fourth Sunday in the month at ''* 7.S0 p.m. Maranguum (Mr. W. Heath's),— Fifth Sunday at 3 p.m.

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CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The nanal fortnightly meetiag of the members of the above boijy was held at their Chambers on Tuesday Evening. Present— Aldermen Byrnes (Mayor in the chair), Clark, Derwin, Mayhew, Miles and the Council Clerk (Mr J. W. Fox). The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Aid. Miles' declaration was read. The following accounts were passed for payment — J. W. Fox, salary, rent and postage, £1 10s 8d ; J. W. Fox, services as Poll-Clerk, £1 Is; J. Tankey, lamp-lighsing, £1 3s Id ; and klathieBoii & Co., printing and adver tising, £1 6s 3d. Total, £5 Is. The following correspondence was read-^FrbmMr T. VB; . Hocking, be direct road to Galley Swamp (two letters).; from Official Assignee, be rates on Dempsey's allotment; from Inverell Conncil, forwarding copy of resolution re width of dray and wag gon tyres ; from Mr R. H. Gennys, be rates owed by the tenants of Miss Gennys, asking to be allowed to pay 'fey-ifistalments ; frOm': the- [Treasury,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

1 LOOK1 fc ? '? 'r '?. - * - ? $' ' THE GIANT ALBUM OF SONGS, ' contBiniiig 184 Po|-uIhi' Hu'ngH, wi'li wo do and music, AND PK ATI'S Gfl.AllT Qf. .pILOiipS, ', buing a quiolf:»iiBtiiod''Sl: jifaiiiiitgl-jo |.!tty ilie |)iauo.'«f jprg4n:'-i?i:lrdut 'a ? teacher^;- . i:*^-:^ fv ;j '?';' V Osn be ol-fein^ Vi. THIS 0FFI03. P.icp, hi. ihe' L t ; Posic.l, 5*. 21. I- is a New Lira uuti u Grand L 11 huiI is Selling Rnpidiy. ' '; READ! Pi-w businesses are so good tli*t ili*-y catmot lie impioved by yood adviiitiHing It is as nacPB.eary tJ ailvertis» io n customer hs 10 a prospctive cu-itoiuer. if you Wnnt money \V-mt »« wife Waiti a fa. in W.nt a cleik Want a partner Want n huslund W.int h ^ituatipn Want » Seiv'ant gii! Want 10 sell a piano W.mt to tiuy. a liorse Want'10 i-ell a Mtitiun Want to liuy or sell s'ock Waut tafltll any property Waul td&vll groceries «r drapery Want to pngi-^1 gno I .-hpar^rs Want io sell linu-;eh'-M fu nituip JWant (o buy vohiclHS Hud liHrness Want to fin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

;-t {The subscription 'tB' '' UiIb 'Jouriihl is 3s. per qutfrler, stt'ictly-P^W;iin ad vance. ???' It is ton^^jJf 4*fe«*0heappBt \ Conntry NewspaperR imblisbt-d in th^. colony, and, oonKeqnently, has tiheady a very l«rge oirculution, wliich is Steadily inowasingt - -^i™ . ~-— U.*»-™i^ '~~^: -;~ ??;? ?'..:??-?- ?.'?:i**^^s«. '.*v»»ff«| -AII'KShdeolJoK' Printing Qucklv, Neatly and poeaply'EKecated at This | wljen %' wij) giiftra'niee ;to*3g»jfe, .every satisfadtion. : ?.- ^'- ';r v-j!,;_ .;,,??. .:, s JVidioiona ad vpptiRing is* thi k- J^tonV ?? to sucuesH in any liujiiirss, ' ' , *,'?'? 'j

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CALENDAR FOR APRIL AND MAY, 1898. APRIL [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1898

(5\LEN&VK foe APRIL and MAY, 1898.r ' ; f'.V ' '. ( ??v',. *' l: 3ir_' v ;:rt.^ a5wl.- '?';/-? :_; .; :-/. ti,_ % -mp&k*&i .{:,-;, .. . .. ..,3., ^io ' 17 u -?-? ... ? ? MONJU$? ??f!;i 4 U 18 25 '?'' ? TUESDAY : S 12 19 26 w«D%»'DAirWT I sStji&j 3&'L?27 ''' f -f'!! '? .THU«8PA;Y--' .-?— - 7 14 21 28 l#f0lsA)m^^&? '€, ^:;^ J ia as -???'so ? ? ? - ?*?..-, ;?.? ?, I;- ,:».- j -' 1 / . , : *?--?---'-?. - .^;^- - ?- -- ?-WAV ?*.?'-?'?'?? ?? ? -:;.-' ??-??? ; ^r:'Vi8UN!)fJ?-- ??'' ?'|f-»ii*|i ?% 15 j 22 29 i ''?'' ?' 'MOi?|&Yf ?' ''c''''' '''V.'-- 9 1G 23- 30 . j «U& ' -?^bw«9M»*f^j !Vjii- ?' * 4i^ ^i«.; ms^ :%$?% -!v'- * ^ THt^BAy .5 12 19 26 ' *,,'. .:,,-7is? ' ???-;?? -V.r';?1 - '? ?' ? '? ?.? . ????'? ? *?;?? ^-y:^-s -'?? ;;^Rlba^-' -:^^ '?:«', 13 20 27 J -: '. \ .. ?.'.;.'; f^i^ #& S;^ ? &-U'Z ^^fy-^y^Aj . ?.. . ?. Tliis Journ»11-B.s tt Large. Circuit' lion ilmn Any Other Pajic-r pjuljlielied ; ' : .'?' ....

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THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898

THE CIIUUCKHS. Bosi an Cathclte.' 1st Sun'Dav,/— Carco^-,. 8.30 «.nj.; Blayney, 11 a.m.; and 7.20 ]-.ni. 2ndScnday. — Blavney, 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar. ll a.m.jind 7.30 p.m. 3hb SondaV.— -Carcoar, S. 30 a.m., and 7.33 p.m.; Blayney, .11 a.m. 4th SiTnuav. — Vittoriti. 11 a.m.; Blayney, 7.30 p.m.- ': 5tii Sunday {when occurring). —Neville, 11 a.m.j Carcoar,' 7.30 p.m.; 1st AVBDNtSDAV. — B own's Crcefe, 9 ='.m. 3rd Wednesday. — Tiyndhurst, Cam.

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898

LAW RELATING TO MEW&PAPEKS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con'rary are considered wishing to eoutmr.fi their subscriptions. ? ^2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals tue publishers may con tinue to send tlieui until all arrears are uaid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse lo take their periodicals from the office fr- whifh they ars directed they are ur-ld respont,ible until they have settled their bills and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. If Bub-ciibers move t- other places without informing-tht publishers, atvl the papers are sent 10 t.icir former address, they ure responsible. 5 The Courts have decMed tbat refusing I to lake periodicals f coin the office or remov ing or Juaving fiem uncalled for is Pi: IMA Facie evidence of intentional fraud. C. Anv person who receives a newspaper and make- use of it, whether lie baa nrdeivd it or not, is held in the law to bs a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they are bDun...

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CARCOAR COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898

CAHOOAU COUUTS. The Police C.iurt nnd Small Debts Ci'urt are held on the fust aud third Tuesdays in each month. All other C-urt business to be made returnable for these days.

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PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898

. PENNY POSTAGE The pennv postage S3'stem is in force on Setters posted between -.the following Tost Offices; Barry, Blaynnj', Brown's Creek, Burnt Yard',' Cadia, Oarcoar, Kganton, Forest Beefs. G alley Swamp, fiarlaud, Oregbiims- ! town, Hobby's Yards, King's Plaiuu, Lyud hurst, Jtfandnrama, Millthorpe, Moorilila, Neville, Newbridge. A'ort.n, Sbaw and Spring.Hill. ' ,

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