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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

WANTED, a Governess, thoroughly competent to impart a sound English Education, pain ting, music and the Classics in dispensable. Apply Doctor's Residence, Carcoar.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIEFS FROM OTHER PLACES [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

BRIEFS FROM OTHER PLACES China — The Mohammedans of Yunnan are still in revolt. The Argentine — Marshall Lopez is proving even more despotic than his father. We don't feel that it is wise to travel in that country at the present time. DANISH ORGANISATION On 30th March this year Frederick VII of Denmark issued a decree ordering that the Duchy of Schleswig should be separated from Holstein and Lauenburg. This could prove to be an inflammatory action as we feel that Bismarck-Schonhausen will object on behalf of Germany and that armed conflict even could be a possibility.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

NORMAN ROSS DISCOUNTS Bedsteads of every description   both wood and iron.   Fitted with furniture and bedding complete.   Wheat & Other Grain. NEW BRANCH EXTENSION OF PRODUCE BUSINESS   **timation to Farmers, Millers and Storekeepers   MORT & CO. In view of the growing requirements, have come to the determiination of making the Breadstuff-.   and Grain Trade A DISTINCT BRANCH OF THEIR GENERAL PRODUCE BUSINESS,   and having the advantage of new and Extensive   premises (adjoining the Darling Harbour Railway   premises), as well as able management and an ex- perienced staff, they feel that they can offer to sellers great inducement to avail of their establish- ment for the disposal of cerials. The want of one general depot or market has MfS been seriously felt by sellers, so the produce normally comes forward in such small quantities as, individually, n...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE MAGISTRATE'S COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

POLICE MAGISTRATE'S COURT Before Police Magistrate Nathaniel Connelly twenty drunkards were fined in the usual penalties, and one was dealt with under the Vagrant Act, and sent to gaol for one month. Mary Lockwood was charged with having, within hearing of passengers in a public street, made use of obscene language. Fined £5.0.0 or go to prison for three months. Jane Little was imprisoned for one month for stealing a pair of boots from Mr. Joshua Pierce's Store. Mathew Chine, publican, found guilty of having kept open house for the sale of liquor on a Sunday, was fined 10/- with 14/ costs. James Martin was sentenced   to prison for six months for attempting to hold up Mr. Mellan last Thursday and relieve him of his wallet. George West was brought before the court charged with having attempted to pick the pocket of Sarah Weldon. He was sentenced to hard labour for six calendar months. Jack Riley was committed for trial next week for the murder of Vincent Moss. The court ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

ODDS AND ENDS POISON FOR FLIES: A good   poison for flies may be made by   boiling quassia chips in water   into a very strong solution and   then sweetening the liquid with   sugar or treacle. It is not in-   jurious to humans,   HARE PIE: Skin, cut a hare in   pieces and season it with salt and   pepper. Put it into a pie with a   pound of beef suet, or marrow   cut small, together with some   MARJORAM, parsley, shalots, and bake it. While the pie is still   hot, open it, and pour into it   some melted butter.   TO RESTORE THE COLOUR   TO WAX CANDLES WHEN DISCOLOURED BY AGE: After wax candles have been kept some time they are apt to turn   yellow; the best way to remove , this, and restore them to their natural whiteness, is to rub them with flannel moistened with...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

JOHN RIDLEY   Mid Western Highway, Mandurama General Engineering and Repairs      

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNREST IN RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

UNREST IN RUSSIA There seems to be continuing     political unrest in Russia witl numerous causes. Jews are said to be still suffering and we have   also heard that Turgenev and Count Leo Tolstoy have been harnessed by the Russian police who are directed by Prince Dolgorukoy. The pity of this at- mosphere in the empire is that the Emperor Alexander II seems to be a very likeable man/  

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

ORANGE VISITORS' CENTRE Scenic drives through scented bushland to Mount Canobolas arranged. Also parties to the sur rounding countryside, especially to the ad ministrative centre of Carcoar. FRANK BROWN & SON Adelaide Street, Blayney Cabinet Furniture and Carpets   Table Linen and Sheeting   MANDURAMA FOOD CAFE Proprietor: R. J. Peters   Travellers catered for at most reasonable prices   Excellent Cuisine   Mid Western Highway, Mandurama   MAX CONLEY OF ORANGE The farmer's friend. Purveyor of all the latest time-saving mechanical, two-wheeled machines designed to ease your load.   Come and inspect these new fangled contraptions now at 235 Lord's Place, Orange Phone 62 4977 ROYAL HOTEL, MANDURAMA   Visitors and Travellers Specially Catered for.   Excellent Beers, Wines and Spirits Good Stabling under Competent Groom   *LETONA Your generosity is PEN...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Massey-Ferguson, Orange Don Bell, Blayney Nestles, Sydney Penfolds Wines, Sydney WRANGLER (sponsor) Chatswood Peter Fuller, Orange Joseph Leeds, Sydney John and Wendy Mead, Car- coar Norman Ross, Orange Myer, Cowra Barry McGrath, Lyndhurst Mini Mart, Blayney Mary Loughlin, Carcoar Peter Ledger, Carcoar Harry Crase, Carcoar Permewans, Blayney Permewans, Cowra C.B.C., Mandurama Bank of N.S.W., Blayney Commonwealth Banking Cor- poration, Blayney Rural Bank, Orange Coopers, Blayney High School, Blayney Hazeltons, Cudal Westons Biscuits, Orange Dairy Farmers, Bathurst Kelly's Bakery, Orange Cobb and Co. Coach Company, Brisbane Rickards Retreads, Orange Dunlop, Orange Stenor Ted Harper, Biayney and Orange Hans Singer, Carcoar Apex Club, Blayney Rotary Club, Blayney Lions Club, Blayney   Orange Radiator Service   Nixons Transport   Coles, Cowra   Barretts, Orange   Peters, Orange   Newlings, Cowr...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

MANDURAMfl BUS SERVICE Travel anywhere, any place, with comfort. Props: Col Devenish, Phone 68 2348   ; Jim Hoadley, Phone 68 2468 BRIAN WITT   OF COWRA     For Colonial Kitchen Dressers,   Tables and Chairs   PHONE 42 2645     BLAYNEY AIR   FARMERS   Specialists in the work   Cliff Kearney. Phone 30, Carcoar     MACCA'S HEALTH FOOD   CENTRE ARCADE, COWRA Herbal Teas for your aches and pains, also ,Honey Bran, Stone Ground Flour   JENELLE'S HAIRDRESSING SALON ADELAIDE STREET, BLAYNEY Enjoying a wide reputation for outstanding Hair Artistry Satisfaction Guaranteed. BLAYNEY FASHION FABRICS   124a Adelaide Street, Blayney Silks, Satins and Cloth for all occasions Patterns and Sewing Aids TED HARPER BUILDING SUPPLIES ORANGE & BLAYNEY Wish to congratulate the Carcoar Historic...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Aristocratic Charieston Makes War a Social Event [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

Aristocratic Charleston Makes War a Social Event Mr. F. Vizetelly, correspon dent of the "London Illustrated News" was also reported in "The Mercury" of Charleston, South Carolina, January, 1863, reported that General Ripley had recently reviewed the garrison at Fort Sumter. He went on: "I met sociable Charleston on grim ground. I picked my way south from Richmond, determin- ed to see the city where the war began, and arrived to find a Federal blockading fleet cruising steadily back and forth at the har- bor's mouth, stitching one of the few remaining holes in the sack that is slowly smothering the Confederacy. "Charleston, aristocratic and assured, faced it all calmly. Ladies and their escorts and crowds of frolicking negroes turned out on April 7, when Ad miral Samuel du Pont vainly hurled his ironclads at Fort Sumter. "I watched from a parapet of the fort. The garrison ran up its flags, a band blared 'Dixie', and officers, playing Drake in the face of the Federal Armada, finished...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1863

TRAVEL HOUSE (Orange) Pty. Ltd. Can arrange all reservations 247 Lord's Place, Orange Phone 62 1744 EDITORIAL   A PLEA FOR LAW AND   ORDER   What a shocking age in which we live ! No   one can consider self or property safe from the marauding hands of thugs and robbers. Truly, it is a case of Dick Turpin all over again except that hardly any of today's "gentlemen of the road" can show any of the gallantry and charm associated with some of the bolder members of that fraterni- ty in Mother England. Almost daily we hear of some fresh outrage perpetrated by these scoundrels who show no respect for anyone or anything, as they virtually plunder the countryside and show their contempt for the minions of the law. Apologists for these outlaws plead excuses based on alleged persecu-   tion and provocation but these lame reasons are inadequate. We all experience injustices of some kind or other very often in our lives but we do n...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL AND [?] ENGLISH [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

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Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE [?] CAR[?] ANONYMOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

Anonymous. They atari «rom ' Ken's,' drop in at Smith* And dodge about M»roney a, Then slope to Fagan'a-do a boow, And blow M»ut tbeir pomiea. Thev loaf tfWlnd In Neasmith s shop. , Tbrn eo «id do a. Ramble i ? .,:v. Borne in the^wing mom* O.eir i»gt -;,£ Ami take a little ramble. ^31 A 3d this goe» on from day to -Uy tsgl Wuh.ut excepting Sunday 1 .S$M ; ?Jlje laiue old beat they follow round , ^ p«,m Saturday till Monday. _^^ ? W LiFii is A Buidbn to the unhappy victitii . of c.ronic Jyspepsia and constipation. Not only tire the two above-named diseases' generally co-existent, but their manifestations , reEamth liiose of dangerous organic diseases ' wi 'i wbich the sufferer imagines himself so ' irhictoc'. This mental torture is added to bidily iiid'eriug. Bunish both evil* with I dolpho Wolfe's Bchiedah Auomatic P S 'HNAPFl, A Lifi. Sustaining Cordial —If all the i' staU'tuents published by noRtrnm-mongera ' -were, true, man would be immortal, for it tron'il be impussfble for the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

THE FIRST AUTUMN SHOW ~ AND SECOND EXHIBITION OP THE CARCOAR AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION Will be held at CARCOAR, on the 20tl MARCH, 1878, When the following Prizes will be offered i Class A.— HORSiSS. Entrance. 10s. 1 BeBt Blood Sta' ioj, any ago. lat i-nzo, £1 2nd, 10s. 2 Best Hlood Stallion, under tu . years, la prir.o, £1 ; 2nd, 10n. 3 Best Blood Marc, Buy iu,u. 1st prize, £1 2nd, 10s. 4 Best Blood Killy, und or 'w years. 1st prize, £1 ; 2ad, 10s 6 Best Draught Stallb.i, wiy ago. 1st prize «1; 2nd, 10s. 6 l'est DrMight Stallion, under two years, lsl prize, £1 ; 2nd, 10s. 7 Btst Draught Marc, any age. let prizo, £1 ; 2od, '.Oa. 5 Best Draught Filly, any age. 1st prize, £1 ; 2nd, 10s. 9 Best pair Can inge Horses or Marcs. 1st prize, £1; I'nd, IDs. 10 Best ti pie harness Hor?e or Marc. 1st prize, £1 , 2nd, 10ft 11 Best Saddle llorsr or Mure. Lit prize, £1 ; 2ncU10a. 12 Best Draught Horse or Mare. 1st prize, £1 ; 2nd, UK IS Best Mure and leal. Ut prize, .11 ; 2nd, 10...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

Wanted, | AYOUNO MAT* as groom, and to make j himself Renernlly useful. Apply at I the Hospital, Oarcoar. ? _ To Let, ' mHB RISING SUN |HOTEL, Furnished, X together with the Farm adjoining, of about 400 Acres, good land. Apply to W. BADCOCK, Carcoar. notice. I HAVE in Diy possession, a Bay Filly, 3 years old, branded like Cii near shoul der, which I believe to be mine. If not claimed within fourteen days I will put my brand on it. HUGH HEAVENER, Blayney. Found, AHORSE and 8 wag ; horse branded D over B on near shoulder. The owner can have the same ty paying expenses. GEORGE GUESS, Sherwood, Mill-post Creek. Carcoar Hospital. rpnB Hon. Treasurer thankfully SokllOW JL ledges the receipt from the Rev. Mr. Young, Cowra, of the sum of L3, being amount of collection made at the Thanks giving Service held at Cowra. Tenders mENDERS are invited up to the 30th X instant, for the supply of 20,000 (Twenty Thousand) BRICKS, for the erec tion of a Church of En land at Shaw ; to be made on the gro...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. Friday Evening. FORBES: [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. Friday Evening. FORBES: [We, yesterday received the following from Jlr Isaacs.] The country between Carcoar and Forbes is i looking splendid. Magnificent grasB everywhere.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

TbU( 8DAY. (Before 'be Pol ce M-«i«itrj»te.) Thomas Kgai. senioy an I Tliom». Egac junior, were chafed with i lealing four ewe' sheep, the property, of. Tho mis Call, a oj Emu Creek, Mr. North appeared, for the proseution, ami olt. voaa, lor tne de. *noe. John \Yhitton. deposed . M- information is correct ; I am overseer for Mr Caltei, Ii remem-lier being at Glifden on ^8th Teb riwry- last, I was draft*, g sheep anj brandbg th«n i saw thejounger |iiiaoner there fce' strange sheep were put uto a b nail pen, Ir. George Rothery, told. E^n.to.picli his shep'. out; he picked some Blieep. out tearing (be \ E tar brand ; he told Mr. RiDtht.rv he lad a] hia sheep nicked out : lie lot then out of oteyard into another ; lie then r-.» i,ien» tut into the bush ; he got about 1 )0 ya, ds frcmi tlie yard witli the sheep, un- Mrr. lU-t. ery sen. followed him and. brought hi'ii. beck nd put Vhe sheep, in. tUe yard ;, Mr. Bwthery t'uea, snid that if anyono had any si ef p. there tboj I had btttur co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1878. (Before the Police Magistrate, and T. Fitz[?]crick Esq., J.P.) SHEEP-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

C.-VHCO.VU POL1CK COUHT. MusnAV, March 11, 1H78. i Bnfore tbe Police MugiBtrste, and T. Fitzi ;ricU Kb.)., J.I'.) BllEEH-BTKAUNO. I-;ilrii:k Kane was brought befuro tl Court, uharg«l witl( etcalidg seven heail of iuc/p, tbr- uroperty of William Montagu IRothery. Sergeant Wood deposed : On Frida) , tho 8th instant, 1 was down at th-i Willows, ou ho Five Mile Creek, in company with ConstaMe Fjlay, St. (ioorge lathery, and William Kotli- y ; nv atten tion was drawn to a lot of sheepskins i Kane's place, liangi-Jg «n the fan.ee ; 1 produce n o skins, sevcu oi wmen arp ciuimcvt wj -**?? — *««.j , I left Constable pnlay in charp ? as I hud to go away on other busmesB : ,1 -cturiiod between 7 and 8 o'clock, and Baw lh.; risoner ; told him I wanted to ask him n fow qm »on«, aud that he need n.at answer them unless 1; thougLJ proper ; aaked him. if be claimed tb s «ns tjat j wore Wing up j he Blid 'Yes, i .-|»ar^ had anylLing to do with it ;' I a«k j.him if u« aUin: he Said the/ had not b.ee...

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Held Over. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

Held Over. Owing to the length of our P«!ioo reports we ara co a palled to hold over several items of Iocs, interest. |

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