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CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
, '. ?;?-? 't i: -, , *????- ~ ?'. ^ GAUCOAB Pit»ST OFFICE. Postal- tloura :i^FroBi* 9 ft,^n- % 6 . p.m. ';- (Sundays excepte'fl}.^ Telbgniph fiours i -From^.m. to & p.m. ?; :. ^Sundays excepted). The Money Cider and Savings Bink Do parlmenlB will be open dnily (Saturdays andSondaya excepted) fdrthe tr.-msacuoa of business from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Saturdays trnm 10 a.m. to 1 p.m . nnd tov the receipt of deposits only from; 7j to^.9 p.m. '??'..'
Our Engineer. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
Onr Engineer. We -.learn ,that ? Mr i Hallfi, the capable and energetic engineer and miller at the Great Western Mills, is about to snortlyflever'his connection, with that establishment, he having Oeen engaged to follow up Jus trade in another part of the district, We have often watched Mr Hallfc at hla work, and we consider him a master of his trade and a handy, honest, hard- working find sober man. May he have all sorts of good luck in his new loca tion, ''?'.. : Mr P, M. Roasiter, -BUjney's jfilight of the Hnnimer, will ofter n very valuable property sittmt.d nenr Oarland At auction At the H yal Hotel, Blaynev, ntBpm, on Tuesday, 26 b mat. Roil tip, By order of the Officer Assignee, the share and interest in the bankrupt estate of a, Wilson in ErfwanVani: Sta-ion, property; stnek, ,&p ', will be *jiffer«i5 at auction in'Pitt S'reet, Sydney, byM^Bsra ? O. F. W. Lloyd & O... at ll;30 n.m. on Friday, 22n-l it st. Hore'u a chnnc',
CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
; .CASCOAUlMAtCS. :*'-aiiHivki,8. ^?: ft- j-pn) Sydney, ninyney, Manduraroa, Ljiid # ?? lrtiral,- :Woodstopk,'«wliind, Cowra^and i; vtr-TPjO;— Daily iSondays excepted), at 5 5^»tb»::-' ?'?'.?' .;???/...' ? ?; - .: ?„ ?l*tfdiB«niayncy| Hortoni^arr/, r;Shi»w ^aiidl 4S ; ?IeviHeiiTu8sd«Jrs,'3'Jlurlllays*and 'Satui-' .f.-.-.;.;;aairs,^12^0tm;''i51 0 - . '4 ' s/ ffiiFjroia'Orinlc! Ciiafo B^d-'Biirnt' Yarde— ;?' ' '-?- t-'J' ?iJS*^ ^^ -I ^''-j- . ?' - ? . *'i. ;c; ?'..?. -'. ;-. ?? .? , BispiiiTOjiEs, ., ;. . A-ter-;Blaj:ij6v, Sydney, all intervening g.*M«tata'on»H«d'..ff4U).=— Dnilv (Siindavs ^^: exdejpted), at7'25^.TO,. ; ' ' : ? S3#prJ';'-3owa, -Wiiba^tooif,. tyridhiiret, Mon s'v-^urama.fliid Garland— Daily '(Suadavs cx »^ice^a);alt^30p.tt-f';7'^'---; 'y-.v - ,^^orS;}i(ayiiov,1*'NoH«n/ rBari^;-''SifaW and rl# Kcville- Tae«dtya,~TfapnJay«1Mrl Satur ^.J'..»(^|w*^tJ,3:orton.j;,. ^t^ir V;: -I'-i;.' *r:''.;; '?f'rringf.-'.Caiiiii *ud /tftarnt t Y^rds— s.A ; MonriajVktjT^O'Sni*. ?-?;???-.?'?...
ST PAUL'S CHURCH SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
ST PAUL'S CHURCH SOCIAL. A Social in aid of the funds of St Paul's Church was held in the t Aca- demy of Music on Easter Monday night. Owing to the large majority of the dance-going people of Carcoar being absent at Lyndhurst, Galley Swamp or Cowra, the -attendance was small, and the . proceedings were brought to a close about midnight. Music was supplied by members of the orchestra, viz., Messrs Gcer (2), Links and Byrnes, and by Miss Courts. Mr O'Shaughnessy aoted as M.C. About 11 o'clock light refreshments were dis tributed to the dancers, which proved very acceptable. Notwithstanding the slight attendance, the dance was much enjoyed by those present. CHILDREN'S DANCE. Is connection with the above, a Chil. dren's Dance was held on the following (Easter Tuesday) night, which amply compensated for the paucity of the at tendance oil the preceding evening. The hall, which had been very prettily decorated, was filled to overflowing with children of all siges and ages, whose varied dre...
RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
RAILWAY FAUES. . ? The following-are llieTailway fares from -''arcoar to the undermentioned stations : Stations. ' Single. [ieturu,a . 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 8 . -1 I ll 1 J8 d Albnry 50 033 6 75 050 3 :_-? Uathurst 8 0 5 312 0 7 9 Blayney 2 5 1 ? 3 f 2 5 , Bpuikc . 63 843 095 «S4 9 Cowra 6 9 4 6 10 3 fi 0 Dubbo 23 C15 C35 323 3 Oarlaia 2 11 4 3 2 2 t) Goulbarn 88 825 9 58 038 9 r Harden 20 013 630 020 3 Holmwood . jC 3 4 -2 9 6 6 3 Lithgow, 17 311 C — — Lyndhuret 1' 5 1 01 2 1 6 Maudurama 1 J 0 9 1 8 1 2 ' Oiange J 34 S.H6 « Farramatta 32 10211149 5 3a 2 Penrith 29 919 044 €29 9 Sydney' _ 30 3 24' 354 €35 3 ~' '--Wellington' ' 17 3 U 6 26 ' 017 G :?:. Woodstock 4 7 3 17*48 Wangoola - '3 8 2B5638 XounR !15T^JlO 628 915 9 ,-?.--, * ^Available for return as follpwiC:— Under '???/'?.?* IS ini!cs, tip'tlay of isBiie ouly j 'JO and not ? ' eioeediug 80 mileo, one week; 31 and not '?':.''? «xceedinK 100 wiilts; ^within; one mbnth : % '-. a/w-iOOWileBi-wthin^hrcBTOontliB. Tlise , ' «r« obtainable...
NO BUILDING BIG ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
NO BUILDING BIG JSNOUCH. Pkobab .V tbe two womeu vbose naiu»s v?t: are about to mention (by their goui will and consent} never taw or heard of eac.i othe . A b oad bit of sea-wa er iols between tfav places where they severally live, ailll, th« world U get ing smaller every -iay, an i it U q me p.iKBiuiB mey maj meet ; it u.ey an, they will have a uo'iimou svdj^ct tor a ta.k. Wlthouii waiting for ttiar, ho.vever, we Will let tue reader mio the secret (so far oa it is a secret) rght on the sp- t. The li st laily to be nameit iflsides at Bishop's K jrtun, uear K rt -n, L odsey, L n colnstiire, and in a letter dated the 16th of tne b'.u Jti.-rin£ month of March, 1893, t-be *»ys. ' I TREMBLED FROM H i4O TO FJOT '. T ia would acsi:ueiy ue w -rl iueiiiio:iing if it had i,eeu siinply the result of a fright and therefore b.-uud to pa s off in a lew minutes. But it laste.1 for a long lime, un i did nut arise from a f igli; or fruut any otlita torn of excitement. It meant sheer weak ne a airl ...
A"I TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
A' L TRAINS. A. tisir. .v.vc vrw for Harden _on Sz'arAnye un'.y .: f- O a.m.' in connection ^^iiAihe 2nii. m. tr n. iHaynev lo Cowra. -; . 'A''irr i Isivcs f lynty^ifor. Cowra. on -. ^FiidHys jTjij at 4''U 5: ce.i Ifleparliag f rbm ' ;i ; Carcnar at 4'.'2 p.m. '-??'?-' - ' ? *' 'A train- leaves Cowrii tot^ BJayney on ?-? Fridays only -at 1 1 45 a.m. -in -ponneetion ?;.^--Jth Ihe 6-20r*.m. jiain, Harden^to Oowra, ,j£&- departing from Carcoar it 1 59 p.m. ? , *t-: A train leaves Harden for Cowra on Salurdaj-e only at 2 p.m. in connection with . thh. 6 p.m. train, Cowra to Blarney.
Held Over. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
Held Over. Owing to pressure on pur ndvortjs ir.g space^ws sppnld smile)- and one or two other oauses, over which we had no control, the report of the Gralley Swamp Sports, Mr Waddellfc reoeptJQn at the Sports' Ground, a lot of All-borts and many other interest ing items have been crowded out of this issue. But, dear readers, it can't be helporl. , ?
USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. UP—HARDEN T' BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
'WUsifiis (JUJOAL MAtUXtAY ^MfcTABi-K. \ ??-,??_?'? ':'.?: .'.-''' ~~~- r'~ ? '??? ? ? ?'?- TJp— Hahdea t i Blaysbt. '' '\ . :' ? '. j Mix-d 1 Mixed Ot ? !)oilv Daily ..; StaVloDB. (Sunday (Sunday » .. ' pxcepted) excepted) - a.m. . p m. ° Harden —Depart 0 2'J - 9 15 ?' Wurrurobuiral) a n Demondrillc JuncUori .0 48 94(5- Kind's Vale ?' ?? a ?? a „ i — Aniv, 7 55 10 25 '»nB } —uepnri 8 20 10 30 ; Burrangong - a a j.-. Monie&gle a a Bendick Morrell a a -Orowtber a » Koonwatha 10 15 U 56 ( — Arrivi- 115 a.ra. Cowra I p.m. 1241 ( — DcpaH 0 20 12 55 Holrownod 5 32 17 Woodstock .£ Jl- 1 43 Waugooli . ; ' ?? » ''? . a Oarlend a , » Tyiidburst * 7 30 2 60 U»nduraui.i 7 46 a Carcoar 8 IB 3 20 BUyney .. 9 0 4 5, _, Down- Bliyney to Hakden. ' Mixeii Mixed „. .. IJaily Daily Stallone, (Sund£y (Spn(,*y excepted) ttxcepted) n.m. p.m. BJayuey — Depart 4 55 9 55 Carcoar 5 45 10 36 Mandurama 6 8 10 50 lyndhurst 6 2S 110 Garland , . . a a Wangoola a a Woodstock 7 39 11 52 . a.ii!. UolmwooA . ...
TRUNKEY. April 13. THE RACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
TRUNKEY. FBON OUR COBRESPONDENT. April 13. THE BACES. Easter Monday was a red-letter day in Truukey. Ordinarily, the village is as dull as — as — Carcoar, I was very nearly- saying, but I notice, by a recent event, that reflections on Carcoar are not allowed — that the residents have a watchful sentinel — more honor to. him — to guard their interests. / Well, ; we bad races — the Annual Races — atid they were a credit to all concerned. Mr John Hunter was Secretary ; Mr T, A. Smith, P.M., Starter; Mr N. Wilson, J.P., Judge ; and Messrs J. Barnes, J.P., and T. Atkins, Handi cappers. The finishes weve very close and exciting, showing that the adjus ters bf the weights exercise faUvplay. and good judgment. The fields were not large, being mainly threes, but, ho doubt, the sbecess : with which the racing was managed will secure larger entries in coming years. The events were splendidly contested, the . T.J.C. Handicap in particular being a mag nificent trial of endurance and speed betwee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
Go to MARK BEMBRICK for EVERYTHING. o ? :o: ? o M.B. keeps the Best Stock in theUistrict of Grocery, j Drapery, Mercery, Hosiery, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Ironmongery Crockery ware, Glassware, stationery, Patent Medicines, &c, «£c. -- ? : : ? 1) &imt Clearing Sab of Summer doo&s faad Bemnaats at BEFQEMG'gS Jp«iy Everything 'YoiiriJiiifriir'e'' MAHK BEMBRICK'S, Universal Provider, : i;w.ui5ur-.\ stiikkt, I C A R C O A R. I And all kinds of Musical Instruments. I M ' X3S3I37^&.]BZU3CS5E3BX- 1S53. gl j . .- il^Ypur vjbjpst security is to deal with i H ah old-established responsible Firm, whose I m guarantee is of value, whose interest^ | H :; , it 'is to sell pjnly,rgd6A and reliable Instru- 1 m ments. Call py ^encl fov ; Illustrated C^ta-; I If logues and PriceXists post free, ibid Pianos J U ; . taken hi Exchange. - Instruments ; sent I ?+ 8 everywhere on 3Easy ^time'JPaJrmeiit'S^tein^ I sdllkVE^'AS SHOWN, 8 Springs, Wheels «t. :---- -': *-'? ? : *i tl ,...
LYNDHURST. April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
LYNDHURST. FROM OUtt CORRESPONDENT. April 12. The picnic and sportB in aid of the Ifc.C. Church held here yesterday, was, considering counter-attractions, a most satisfactory affair. The picnic was held in that old favorite spot, Mr M'Closkey's paddock. The tables were all that could be desired, being plenti fully supplied with danties of all des criptions. Every credit is due to Mesdames M'Closkey, Fagan and M'Auliffe and the other ladies who so ably assisted. Sports, such as foot races and horse-racing for bridles, ? were held, several events taking place. Numerous 'juvenile races also took place, Messrs T. Leabeater, Stammers Lynoh (Sydenhatn,) J. Fogarty and one or two other gentlemen. being' very prominent in. making, the sports successful.* Music was provided by the Manduraina brass band. '? Every-' thing passed off very smoothly, -no police intervention being required. In the evening a ball was held in Mr O'Brien's hall, which was well at tended, there being between 30 and 40...
POINTED AND RISIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
POINTED and RISIBLE. By 'Old Sport', Cowra. Dear readers of tbe Chromcl*:, last week I gave you a little information respecting speeches made by some of oar politicians; I hare now very much pleasure in giving yon a speech -made by Mr W. J. Fergusson, M.L. A., when addressing the electors of Skirt on his first campaign, And I am quite certain that my political friends will admit that there is a lot of truth in it. Mr Fergnwon commenced as follows ; Gentlemen Electors, — J have the honor of appearing before you to-night as tbe Ideal Candidate, I am the only Ideal Candidate before the electors of New Sonth Wales; I venture to say I will be able to please the whole of the electors of-tlm town and district, I am an Anarchist, a Socialist, a Fenian, a Communist, an Individ uallst, an Op portunist and any other '1ST' I may have forgotten. I am an Agnostic, an Athiest and a good Presbyterian. I am a teetotaller, a moderate drinker and a heavy drunkard, aftfl if there is any other phase of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
Sale by Pnttio Auotioa. In the INTESTATE ESTATE of PAT EtCK FAERELLY, L-ue of YARRA MAN STATION, NEAR TUENA. JW. FOX & SON (in conjunction . with Harrison, Jones & Devlin, L'cU have been Favoied with Instruc tions from the Onralor of Intestate Es tates to Sell ,by Public Auction, at our Sale Room in Icely Street, OAROOAR, on ^ ' Thursday, the 26th day of April, 1898, at Twelve noon, The Whole of that. Splendid Property ' kfiown as ..-? . ? . Yarnunan station. Situated about Ten Miles fipm Tuena, in the Land District, of Caroimr, consisting of 320 acres of Freehold, 13662 acres of C.P., 3201 acres of C.L. und 3933 seres of Annual Lease, together with Stock, viz :— 2800 Bheep (more or less), 28 Cittle, 7 Horses, Fttrming and Staiou Implements, Shearing-Shed and ffool Press. ?-'? ?'??' -.: ''The^ove Splendid Property is Sub Divlmtf into Teh'Good, Large Paddocks, u- fi Splendid UraBs and Plenty of Good Wa'er. The Sheep, Cattle and Horses are All in Good Couditii u v:The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
TMPOUNnEn a) LYNDHUBST, on X the 3ad a»v l)f April, 1898, from Budgry, by Mr. N. punnolly j delay in Hdvertiging thrmigh notice eelit to owner : ? eum due at date of notice, 16ji. Od. ?.??]:n. Bay Mar^e, bron^ 4 over TH n»«r; . Bhouldf r, off hip down, culiar-niarbed . small snip, 15 liaiiH^; ' ftgod '** . If not released, will be sold at i)\h Pound at noon on the 28th day of April 18)8. * ' O, STAMMERS, PovNORMfiB,
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
COURSING. The Carcoar Coursing Glnb held, their first meeting on Easter Monday s There was a very fair attendance con sideling the many counter-attractions, of sports &c. held in ithe;;lbcaJity.J^e'n dogs were entered fon it lie event w£itU was won by Mr C. Pratt fi Darknigkb; Following are the results : — ????'?? ''?' FIRST ROLTND. Eileen v. Record. Won by Record t Chance v. Little Wonder. Won hy Little Wonder, Darknight v. Slippery Jack. Won by Darknight. : Pretender v. Yankee. Won.by Pre» .] tender. , ' ' ' . .-' Gypsy' Qneen'y. British.ei\ 'Won by Britisher!; : ' r ., SECQStD 'BOUND. .'?.'. Record v. Little Wonder. Won by Little Wonder. DafkvigUt V-. Preteud]ei\ Won. by Darknight, Britisher secured the hyex ,.-'- ? THIKft ROUND. ? ?-?'- Little Wonder v. Britisher. Won 'to * r Little Wonder. : .;'*'?:: Darknight a bye. . .. . . FIKAIi,M, -i'-i :-i'.- -M Little Wonder v. Darkuight. Woo by Datknight. ?? '' . ' '
ALL-SORTS. RECOLLECT, I AM HERE [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
ALLSORTS By *'Lusy', ? RECOLLECT, I AM HERE For the Cause that Lacks Assistance; For the Wrongs that Need Resist ance ; For the Future in the Distance ; And the GOOD that I Can Do. i asked an authority recently whether he thought my horse manship was either furious or curious, when he knocked. me into a cocked hat by replying — Both ! * # An Independent Man ! Bah! a Dependent. Unclean Black guard 1 Give me your proper name, and I, as well as other respectable persons, will give you some of the soundest Bob Fitzsimnions' scientific blows th&t eVer; 'a Blackguard re ceived. I'm going to hit hard next time. # # I believe I'm on the right track of discovering the names of those mischief-making scoun drels at Mandurama, Lynd hurst and other places who correspond for a vulgar rag pub lished not 1000 miles from Carepar; When found out, I'll publish theit names in full, and that, too, in large type. . What times they'll have of it then. »? # If it's a fact that a certain horse was w...
Eight Hours' Ari-Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1898
Eigbt Hours' Ar^lTnion. ' In connection with the Foity-jsecoufJ * Annual Art Union of the' EoigHfc \ Hours, ^there is one prize which wiUj '? no doubt,- create considerable: interest, .' it is a Twelve Months' Trip Round tHij, *;?' World, first-class, all expenses paid) ana *ouu m cftsn tor jn.waentals. Jfe .,-.- is quite evid^ftt , jfclie Cojntni-ftee.rf)t ; ; Management ma^e up their minds iq make the great prize complete (which is to be won at a cost of one shilling), and they have succeeded. Probably many would prefer cash to such a re- -. markably fine trip, if so, £1000 may be taken by the lucky winner. Should purchasers fail to hook the big prize, ' they may succeed in securing any cine of 129 others, ranging in value from -'? £1 to £200. The last day for -the sate - of tickets locally is the 2jstinst., after ' that, and up to the 30th, they can .be obtained only by. direct applioatiun to,:' MrTheo. Wv Heide, 237 Collins-st., '' M-5lbfl«i-n,e, ??' .'? ' ???:?- A' inipouniliii...