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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

I BEG U, retmd Heartfelt Thanks to the T^lies aud Cdeutlemeu o£ C*i'coar »n-l visinity who have so liberally respomle.l U- my cill for as sistance, for a provision for me ami my family. I nisi) wish to state that through tlie instigation of one. (ientleman having tbe list brought forvvawl. ami the energy displaye I in my bebalf, I sh^H be for ever grateful. WILLIAM WOOD. Carcoar, March l'-tb, 1673.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

mHE' Un4eyeign{4 js sv CASH -J- PURCHASER of WHEAT iii any Quantity, at the Highest Mftvkist Jfiice. '' Wan If. °*Wf'_ %ht €-UToat* Shromdc «s BLAYXEV & pOWBA GAZETTE. VaTU^JAVT, M&llCHV 1.% 1870. KOKTaj.INJCEl' OF KONG, FOR THE OOOD OF ALL,

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

f LOCAL AND UENEttAL NEWS. /* ? V, ? : ? : — ' Uittrn bva Snake.— On Mojiday evening ?nRt Mi-s. Smith, wife of Br. Smith, was bitten Iiyvone of these rept^os. \t scenes that Sirs. Smith was ^walking in the garden at the rear nf the hospital when his snake8h.jp darted nut '. from licneftth «ome punvj.bi vines and bit her %»i the leg just abuve tin unklc. A messenger ? ?? j^?*'' at -jnce -lespaJi^iuJ for the dogtor who *. fortunately, .was in tlio town.' Ofri reivchii)g T ? jjome l;he doctor found Mrs,. Smitli, in a coma : tose arid dangerous state. Ho applied the ? . iieiiai remedies, and it was not until two or three .; prittcaljbonrs b,ad passed that the lady's -condi' ? '?- ;^($'bagan to show signs »f improvement. -As ^jjiy ie;iniagiued BIrs. Smith is yet very un ireU,*.|3Ut we are glad to state that no fatal . ponsequences are apprehended. ,.,', AJf;-Stc(?ii-BKr, through the bursting of a }*?;?? lewoDade bottle, happened to Mta.' John Smith ;.;?; j-f the Stoke Hotel, on Thursday ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

OF CARCOAR 111 And the Surrounding District, *^M tbe Great H Western WarehousB And Inspect the Magnificent and XJnriva^B Stock oC ? Drapery, ? Grocery, I Ironmongery, I Wines & SpirrM &c« &c, &c. I Which for Price and Quality are UnequstfM in the District. H Lent ! Lent ! ! Lent ! 1 1 J. K C. begs to intimate that he has made arrangement for the ensuing Lent, and lias on hand a Large Supply of Fish of every description, including Fresh and Salt Sal nion, Herring, Lobster, Ling, Sardines, &c. Ladies of Carcoar, One Yisit to the NEW SHOW ROOM (Under the Immediate Supervision of Mrs. CORKY), is Solicited, where it will lie seen that the Work turned out at the Great Western Warehouse is second to, none outside the Metropolis. — ; ? G±*KST*sa — : — i j Every Article seut out from the Great Western Warehouse, guaranteed to be firstclass. JOHN N. CORRY, GREAT WESTERI WAREHOUSE CARGO A.R. ! Still Visitors Continue ' To Arrive At THE Commercial The Com...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I sliall feel obliged i{ you will allow me to direct attention to the careless way in vvhich letters are sorted in the Carcoar office. On. the 11th instant a registered letter, was received iu the Carcoar office froui Cowra fqr, a man who was ill at Mr. Keen worthy's. ' Application was made nt tho office on the. nigljt uf the 11th for the letter Lut the party ' who applied 'was in formed that there w.as: nothing. Nest imirning the letter turned uq but the pfors'iii for whonj it was intended had g'ine away because his funds liad not arrived. Mr. Kanworthy had an ini portant letter addressed to him £he' other day from the Sheet of I^ark which he ongl^t to hava received the same night but he did not receive it till next morning. I can now. quite under stand hbw annoying it iiinst be to your subscri bers to lose tl^iy ttapers. ' ' D|LiqEr^cE,

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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RAILWAY MEETING AT SHAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

' RAILWAY MEETING \i SHAW. ' ^A preliminary meitiog vrkH lisM at Sjiw paTaesdiy list tor the |-ir;--«j of pjintii^ put the ad visibility of Oriugin,' tha. pio;»ased failwiy from Bliyney to M irfiinibariili thnugh the Mount Micquirie district. Tae meeting (says our corra-pv.i!^at) was attended by a large number of tlie residents pf SI junt Jlioqmrie and aU 3 a ftiiv giutU men from Blayney. Mr. Wharrie occupied the c!nir. He said onsideriii; that the route fron B iviiiy through Mount Maogua,tie district was com jurativdly level, and that it emjivtcail a 3.irge agricultural district be sliould supp3rt t,1iic route. It was the nearest route and he believed this line could be coastnicted for less than one half the, cost by way of Ckrcoar. Mr. Hawke would support the Mount Xlacquafie route as he beiioyed it could be constructed much cheaper than the Carcoar route, and would pass through a large and populous district. ' Proposed by Mr,. Eicg— ' That Uii^ meet ing is of opiniqii that as the...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWL THIEVING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

E*WL THIEVING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — B,ad qs are the times and scarce, as moriey is the price of beef and 'n^utton still keeps as Ip'gh as ever, the consequence of which state of things is thai one of our local publicans (pcessud by want no doubt) lias, been obliged to commence a raid ou his neighbour's fowls which he has been st&aqily killing' for a week. This supply won't last for ever he has now coine down to the ton^h olA'hens. ' (The rooster, went on Thursday^, ami when all arc, defunct he 'will no doubt f$M Honi of the old nanny goa{s wh}ch roam the hills of Caruoar. It is an awful thing when people are driven to such proceedings by the iniquitous price of meat in tho town! ' ? JOSS.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

DIED     On the 9th instant, at Goimbla, ARTHUR HER- BERT, youngest son of Cbarlcs ICELY, aged 4 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

COMPANIES. Australian Mutual Fire Society Capital, £100,000   With Power to increase to £1,000,000. Bonuses— 20 per cent. each far 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th years.   Directors— Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M.P., Chairman ; Manuel F. Josephson, Esq. ; Wil- liam J. Day, Esq. ; John Wetherill Esq. : William Hewlett, Esq. Manager : WALTER CHURCH. ONLY MUTUAL FIRE SOCIETY giving POLICY HOLDERS PROFITS every year. Policy holders are perfectly free by law from all liability. Prompt and \i\n\\i\ -?.-:.!!« m.j:iti{..r H -?», Damage by Lightning and Electric:!.-,^.;;; in Oj.-* , and Fire Insurances at LOWEST RATES. J. O. DODD. Agent for Carcoar and District Agent for Blayney, G. HAWKE, Jun. Agent for Cowra, T. RIGA_T. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Established 1869 Incorporated by Act of Parliament. PRINCIPAL OFFICE : GEORGE AND WYNYARD STREETS, SYDNEY. BONUS YEAR. 1878-9. SPECIAL NOTICE The Second Quinquennium will close on the 30th June, 1879, when the Profits ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

? ? r ?*?- , ? ] INHABITANTS OF CARCOAR!! And the Surrounding District, Visit the Great Western DSTarehouse, And Inspect the Magnificent ami Unrivalled Stock of Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, Wines & Spirits, &-x &c, &c. Which for Price and Quality are Unequalled in the District. Lent! Lent!! Lent!!! J. N. C. begs to intimate that he has made arrangement for the ensuing Lent, and has on hand a Large Supply of Fish of every description, inchiding Fresh and Salt Sal mon, Herring, Lobster, Ling, Sardines, &c. Ladies of Garcoar, One Visit to the NEW SHOW ROOM (Under the Immediate Supervision of Mrs. COKRT), is Solicited, where it will be seen that the Work turned out at the Great Western Warehouse is second to none outside the Metropolis. * Every Article sent out from the Great Western Warehouse,, guaranteed to be first-class. JOHN N CORRY, GREAT WESTERK WAREHOUSE CARCOAR ?. ? ? ? * * TI Special Announcement t- WATCH MAKER AND JEWELL WR Begs to in...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

' LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. SACBttEOk at Blavney.— On Thurjday tfghtf last one of th« meanest robberies vm ti* ve heard of for some /time toalc place in the above owned . town. The Church of Engki^ was forcibly «nt«red, the mode of ingress jbeinff. through the vestry window, and tbe wretched, thief aUo broke . s beautiful ornamental window of ooloured class on the north side, which ww placed there by Mrs. Knwartjin ' moigsffljjL* deceased sister. The Bcouudrel then entered the' vestry and Btole from iceuce tlie communion service, ooneutiog of three pieces. trtunely, cjuiloe, jug, and »:» the collec ., tion plate. He mm tore up the sutplice' to wrap . ' jh#arti«lesin,«nd then seems toftwve tried to v awpeiuijentiauoe into the Scotuh Kirk on the op , jMwte;»ilsofiheh)aa:i)y brealcij| » Small win W-w Jnthe^orch, butwai prevented from enter : ing ty the iron b»rs whiohtoe pUoed sorou the i|i=*r&a»w»bgut a faot from eaph o$^5^3$*'op1W^ K'^Bf. ».^ss|ob *s»*heflwtWkioi6e WJjroken .^w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

Carcoar Agricultural & fastoral AsBOoiatitm. mHE SBCOND ANNUAL SHOW of ± this Society will be held on the Oricket Ground. Carooar, on TUESDAY, 1st APRIL, when, in addition to a large Pro gramme, of money prices, tbe following epelUl Prizes Will be given :— fi A Sir.VRR Cup value £5 SL, pn-sentpd by B. Stimpson, Esq., Mayor of Carcoar,, for the Best Draught Stallion. \ ??- -- A Silver €up value £5 5s., prnsenrpd by Alderman Corry, for tho Bpr6 Bag of . Wheat, to be grown by Exhibitor. A Silver Cop value £1 4s., presented by ?'^AWerniftn Pagan, for the Best Pen of 3, Marino Rams, any age. ?; A Silver Cup value £4 4s., piwented by Jolib Ken worthy, Esq. for Mr-IJesI; Collection of Cereals, to be grown by the Exhibitor. .-: . .,? -A Prize of £2 2s. will be ^i^en hy T. E. Ioely,1, Esq., for the : Best Shod Horse to be Shod on .the ;Ground. Three com pstilors or^'^iize. ; ?; ? ' '.:? ^ ,-v .' N.^,-^The Carcoar -BraSB Band will per-, form during the day. '' '?'?«. ? ' W. B. WARNER,...

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OPENING OF THE NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

Opening cj th^ new AdADEinr of Ok Monday evening last, the opening of the New Academy of Music, was inaugurated by a very successful concert, given by lady and gentlemen amateurs, nnder the management of Mr. E. Chandler. The hall was pronounced to be ft very decided improvement on the Court House, and tbe manner in which the pros cenium and private bonos were fitted up re fWhnd crrniit credit on those who were entrusted with the fitting of them up. Thoroom was well tilled by nil apprecia'tiveaudience. Shortly before ?the peformance commenced, B. Stimpson, Esq., Mayor of Carcoar, ascended the stage, and in an appropriate speech declared tbo hall dnly opened. .The. programme opened with a selec tion by the Carcoar Band, in which the mem bers displayed great proficiency. A piano solo from the beautiful opera of ' Semiramide,' was liextjgiven by Miss Minnie Fitspatrick, and we say most unhesitatingly that we have seldom seen a more brilliant piece of pianoforte mani pulation, and it was...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

TO THE SUITOR. Sir, — I just, wisli to correot a remvk in reference to an assertion made by Mr. Stimpson at the opening of the new hall the other night. I do not wish to detract from the glory of Mr. Chandler for the part he has taken in, the erection of the new hall, but he in certainly not entiled to the whole of the praiRe. Mr. John Cdllen is, without doubt the fWtlier of the institution, and if it were rot for him, Mr. Mcfcllop, Mr. Corry, and the other shateholdera the new hull would not be now where it is. But I always notice that the people who make the moet fuss and noise generally eome off much bn ter than those who work along energetically and quietly without any ' blow' I s»y ' Qive honour where honour is due.' SHAREHOLDER. Capture of the Baleakald Bosh Kanqebs. — The constables who captured 'the Balranuld bushrangers are to be rewardei in the following manner : Constable Beresford is to receive a reward of .£39, and to be pro inoted to senior-constable with inoieased piv...

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THE BLAYNEY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

THE BIiAYKEY SHOW. (By' Ocre SmtAL. In a district such as the one surrounding this picturesque little town it iieems a pity that so few really sterling men are to be found so as to give Ian impetus to any 'noble .undertaking. The natural bearing of the country, the facilities which nature'io a large extent has surrounded it, and [which man has done so little in attempt ing to improve, will no doubt have to trait until the sleeper Ls suddenly aroused from his dreamy imamninra and he finds that something more is wanted to produce a crop than merely ' tickling the earth with a hoe.' It is really a fact that Blayney ib going to have another show. That dreaded twelve months are nearjy.jfonc iu which it wss said by some of »tb» 'knowing'*!: W*( wait for another -ye**'' Another year has all but passed', and still the show is to be ; acd froja what I can learn will be on a grander scale and a much more successful affair than last year's, but you never know until the numbers are up, and then...

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GENERAL REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

GENERAL KEG-ULATIONS 1. Esbibitorsof Live Slock ccmpetiDg for prizes must have been Ibe bona-fide owners o£ the same at least one month before Ibe day of Exhibition. 2. The Judges may recommend for prizes, or commend as they may deem fit, any exhibit worthy of Special Notice not included in the programme. 3. The Judges will be directed not to recommend for prizes any exhibit uot considered of sufficient merit. 4. All persons intending to cxbibit live stock must give two weekE written notice to the lion. Sec. of what they intend to exhibit, and state the description, age, breed, and breeder (if known.) S. Exhibitors of farm and garden produce niust give three days' notice to the lion. Sec. of what hey intend to exhibit. C. The grounds will be open for the admission of exhibits from noon till sundown the day previous to the Show, and from 7 a.m. till 9.30 am. on the day of the Show, after which no exhibits will be received. 7. The Judges will inspect the Exhibits between 9.30 a.m. and...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

(Ojjcn Column. (Vk wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.

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TO THE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

TO THE'HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. TO THR KnTTOB. Sir, — I beg to call the attention °i ™o hospital cotnmitteejto the condition of a poor unfortunate fellow who,U now lying in a very precarious con dition in a cottage owned by Mr. l'erwin. The i-oor fellow could not obtala' admission to. the hos jiital and his condition is such[as to render his ad mission impracticable. I would recommend that he be sent to Sydney where he will rereive proper treatment, and I am sure if our worthy sni humane Mayor is made aware of the fact he will have the poor man sent to Sydney. This will be much better than sending him to Bathurst to lav about the streets until be is taken np under the Vagrant Act, as Sergeant Wood recommended him to Jo. HUMANITY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

^ Important ITotice to! fpHE Undersigned is -oSpASHJ 1 PURCHASER of W$E AT j In any Quantity, at the Highest] Market Price. . ,;' ! _ ^ofrfl ^ Oorry '] ^hc (Enitoar ffitfmtitkj & BLAYNEV 4; COWRA GAZETTE, j SATURDAY, MABCtt 20, 1879. FOR THE IN J CRY OF NONE, FOR THE GOOD OF ALL.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

co trpAtr-ins , Australian, Mutual Fire Sooiety Capital. £100.000, With Power to increase to £1,000.000. BonuBes— 20 per cent, each for 2nd, 3rd, 4th ao-l( 5th years. Uirectors-r-rfnn. John . Sutherland , E'l-. M.P., Chairman; Manuel 1?. .TosepliRmi, B«q. ; Wil liam J. Day, Esq. ; John AVolhei ill, fiaq. : William He'zlett, Esq... Manager: WALTEE OHUttOR. ONLY MUTUAL FIRE fiOCIETV giving i 1'OLICY HOLDERS PROFITS *vcry year. Policy holder* are perfectly free hy law from all liability. Prompt ami lilierjp sptMetnaitta for fire». . Own nee liv Jji!'litninE'Wid*K)-!os-niiR l-y QsspaM. j .ftn- Insurances at LOWI«T KA'T!«. ] Agef't fnr Carcnar and Pistiiot. Agent for Blnynry. (J. HAWK'ti, Jex. \gent fnr i.owm, i T. KIOACT. j MUTUAL LIFE ASSOC! ATiON OF AUSTRALASIA. , ' Established 1869. ' - Incorporated by Act of. Parliament. 1'iiisciPAL OfrPinB : Jt- GEORGE AND WYNYARD STREETS, f . SYOSEV. BONUS VEAR. 1878-9. speciajTmotice The Second Quinquennium -wilt close on the 30ih J«ne,1879, when...

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