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COPPER MINING AT WALGOOLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

OOPPERMINING AT WALGOOLA. Messrs Webb, Evam, and party bare just finished smelting their first parcel of copper ore, computed at 36 tons, at the Milburn Creek Smelting Works and bare obtained .'the handsome return of 9 tons Scwt 3 qrs of line copper which has bwm sold on the ground to Messrs Fox Bros., Mount McDonald. This is their first sampling «nd the result will show for itself the rich quality of the Ore. Owing So the richness of the ore a Itrge qnantity of ttopper Iihh been lost in *ni«lfing for the want of MttplmrHt'R to mix wtfi it for flux. The miiper brnnglit L60 per ton on the. ground. Now flint the flinriting in finished nil the purtnera will return to the mine at WnlgooLt and commence to nitse more ore. Tlie lode is 2ft 6in in the north end of the ehuft and about 2ft In the nnnth end and the walk of the lode ale widening as they go down. At the south end the lode is getting very soft and turning into black ore. The main shift is sank to the depth of 48ft nnd hs yet no l...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

HOP BITTERS A.RK THE PUBEST, AND BKST. MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compile') from Hops, Bucliu, Mitudinkf (Piido|iliyllin). and Pumlelion. The Oldest, Best, most Rsuuwotxj, and Valu able Medicines in tlie World, and in addition contain a!) the best Mid most effective curatire 1-M|wrtieii of all otlier titters, being the (greatest Ijver linKuUtor, Blood Purifier, ami life and ?itiwltb Itestoriiitf Agent on t_trtli. Aak Your Dniggbt 01 Physicinn. Ponotiuiferorletyonr friends juiffer, but use and urpetliem to use Hop Bitters. Remember, Hot Bittkrs is no vile, drugged, drunken soBtrnm ; but the Purest awl BesL Medicine ever made, and no person or family should be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. K you are fufferim; from poor health, or WngaislUDg on a bed ofnoknett, take cheer, for HOP BITTKBS WILL UURK YOU. If yon are a Minister, and bare overworked yourself with your pastoral duties ; or a Mother woru out with care and work, HOP BITTEE8 WILL KBSTORE YOU. If you are a man of business, or ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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BIGGA, [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

B f G G A. (PBOM OUR COEBEBPONDKST.) A dingo hunt took place at the Blocker, six miles from Bigga. McQuiness Brothers, of Bigga, Mr John Clements, ot Woolbrook, and Mr M. Hammond, of Pish River, put up a mile of fencing nine feet high and left gaps and breaks in it for gunbolderc, for I cannot call some of them anything' else. The dingoes are killing Bheep in all directions, they give all the sheep owners a turn, and are very fond of lambs, they have killed fully 6*00 this winter, and tfaey cannot poison any of them for the dorfa seem to know the smell of the poison. On Thursday the hunting party consisting of 22 drivers and 18 gnnhotder*. met at the hour appointed. All took their positions, and they replied a mile and a h-tlf niong tlie fence, the drivers took a circumference of mx tnilep, uap tuinrd by Mr MoliomM, mirf drove every thing before them. One slut whs shot by Mr Clements, and tlmt wan nil tlmt w*b seen in the first drive. The compnny then adjourned to dinner on the gree...

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MIMING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

MIMING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DOHALD. West BalmoualG.M. Co., Limited. — Mr B. J Clixmpiun, manager, reports; — No. I tunnel : During the past week the tunnel has been extended 6ft, making total from entrance 98ft ; ground mixed bars of slata and pegmatite, and & few irregular' quarts: leadens. - Winze ; Since last reprot I he winze has been sunk a further depth of 2ft, total from level 30ft ; ground very hard and bad for sinking. The new make of stone under neath the slide which crosses the wince to day showed splendid gold, the best I have seen at the Mount ; the reef is I ft in thick ness, which contained the rich gold, the spurs going down with the reef for about lft wide also carries gold. We have finished the crushing of 68 tons of quartz for the yield of 51oz 15dwts retorted gold. B&UIOBAL G.M. CO., LIMITED.— Mr. G. Standish Hnrtrick, manager, reporter — No. 1 tunnel has been driven 2ft 6in, total length 68ft 6in ; ground shite with small quartz veins. No. 2 tun...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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UNRENEWED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

UNRENEWED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. Referring to the notice in the ' Government Gazette' of the 23rd March, 1880, declaring the forfeiture of all Pre-emptive Leases, on which rent was in arrear, attention m now drawn to the leases in the annexed schedule so forfeited. The leases will be offered for sale at suction at an early date, unless, in the meantime, the lands shall have been otherwise disposed of. John Robeexsojt. A. J. 8. Bank, district CsMoar, county Bathurst, 720a; Henry Smith, district Carcoar, county Bathurat, 120a; Thos. Pearse, , district Carcoar, county Bathurst, 420a ; Henry Smith, district Carcoar, oounty Bathurst, 129a ; Susanna M'Ewen, district Carcoar, county Bathunt, 766a; A. J. S. Bank, district Oarooar, county Bathurst, 240a; Henry Smith, district Carcoar, county Bathurst, 87a ; James Hamp ton, district Oarooar, county Georgian-, 300a; Richard Glasson, distriot -Oarooar, oounty Ba thurat, 700a ; Benjamin Clements, district Carcoar, oounty Georgians, lllOa; Elisha Ma...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. This is a subject which denaatda attention, and it is rather surprising to us that Sir Henry Paskbb when he introduced the pre sent Public 8chool System of Education, did not nmiwM some scheme whereby the sons and daughters of our farmers and agricultu rists might receive such instruction in the principles of agriculture, -which would be of uba to them in after life. The imparting of such elementary instruction in our public schools would have an important influence on the children of our small farmers. It would render them more intelligent in the perform ance of their farm duties, and might lead than to seek for higher scientific information and thus, perhaps, make them more useful members of the community than they other wise would be. And not only should this elementary education be given in our public schools, bat we think agriculture] schools should be. established throughout the colony, where the son* of onr fanners ttight be in 8trncted in the higher b...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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HOW CHINAMEN BARGAIN FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

TM3a&IG&3AAJUGS An Australian Chinaman, when anxious skJiaSEeIiuir3Ee £EJ»i£[olirii nation, sends a letter to an agent in Hong Kong. The fol JojKiag is j. condensed translation of one of the epistles : — ' I want a wife. She must he-& maiden under 20 years -£age, and must Moj|lia*i^|iH*6*h*'s'|ibiisC She must huve never read a book, and her eyelashes must he an inch in length. Her teeth must 'be'as sparkling as the pearls of Celyon. Her Jjreathe must be like unto the scents of the magnificent odouris groves bf ' Java, and 'her attire must be from the silken weavers of -tbe-Ka-Jji-Ching, which are on the banks of the greatest river in the world— the ever *fl-«*®ii&fflB*^!PV' . The price of a Chinese woman delivered in Sydney is £38, rt)utJtvo.j,Chjn|se. woinep only -cost £52 ; 'therefore the heathon Chinese impbrt women, in icouples. The importer never sees his women before they arrive, and then he generally selects the best looking one. The wi-hj£^sho...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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COURT SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

COTJRT SCENES., r' 'Thergiu'were one or two ' trifles at the Quarter Sessions (says Will lioneycomb in the 'Dubbo Dtanjitch') wliiph may be Torth j^ntipt}iii^? AJwijiJsa,*r ylio/tv his nroad accent could be swi.rn to us coming from 'Cork's own town and God's own city, was in the box, aud just as lie had irfsVed the Book,' he confidentially turned round to the Judge, and sssi.red him in the most Biuve of tones, ' Never fear, my it,'4n lvonderfng' A-neVrepeat*(f his Honor, ' What do you mean ?' ' Yes.' chomsed Mr Ryan at the table, ' mix it — what do you ne&n— is it grog you are talking of?' The witness with a twinkle in his eje, but otherwise looking as- solemn as a mute at -a funeral or a Rma'rt attornpy putting an erysipelas selector through his facings preparatory- to visiting the Imnd Office, replied, 'Of course I won't mix. I mean I won't mix the lies with the truth. I'll 4»ive youHhe fruth,,r Hkejl tjike my whisky, neat.' 'Oh, bum, ha,' proceeded from the Bench, and the...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. TtarooB Ovn Dm How Cbkik.— The fnl lowinp letter hat been, handed to us for pnblicatinn ;— Department of Public Works, Office of CrfftmfssSrfmar and Engineer for Boads, Sydney, August 22nd, 188? — Bir,— Referring tu the Mtitioo from the Catooar Progress Com mittre for a jzranl of money to build a bridge werDirt Hole Creek en the road, Carenar to Burnt Van's. I have the honour to inform yon that the *'*-- from Dirt Hole Creek to Burnt Turfs will he snhmitted on schedule for best year as a »hW class road, five miles, at 146.— J iiav« the hmionr to be, sir, your obedient servant, Wh.ua* B. Bensiht, Comnjls»i.»ner rnd Erjtimel for Roads — A. Lynch, Esq., .JfP.,8ydiiTr Aldbsmanio Upinkins. — A Merman Olar thinks Alderman Dnwnoy is a busy body. Aldenonn Downey is of opinion tbat A derman lAgan would hot be good Iuokitig enough fur a Mayor. Whilst Alderman. Callcn says tlmt Downey would hot be able to till the Mayoral ?chair— he is not stout enough, Tbbriblb SroDBK ...

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THE PAINTED BIRD TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

THE PATSTED BIRD *HI0K. The painted bird trick is an ingenious pieee of roguery,, and it,bas beenjequalted by a MariblMMaVkeViriiL'nfaimcV which tire late Mr Bolfojnight have envied.' Not many 'im^B^S^&^m^M at a bouse ia ffiesuDuroB drUie fity with1 diaige'baB'ket xwntaining apparently a couple of fine Baknon I and some delicate cuts of various weights. I He called attention to the nice red tinge of the fiEh^wgwpoJ-that it was porfecyy fresh aaluioifanf oGT^ed|it fftr sue. , U'lics mistress of the iiousff thought; ^e!l of the' fish and communicated with the cook, who, upon in spection, expressed approval and a purchase wasfiiade. The price asked was something under tho current rate, but this was plausibly accounted for and the ' salmon ' was con sig^Ed iA the pot Wvbh^g£e^bl| ^ntjcifia.5; tiffoe. ^ut tbfiseiarfRcipaJioas| werl 4b% rf alisetj; -^he fish wmcbrxveht *nto tlie pot as salmon came out as ^codfish — plebian, ^pa|'S\^bd v.ph&rwiim \oiiteness. It had jbeii ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

OBATEFUL-COMFORTINQ. BpPS'^COCOA. ' By a thorough Uowled^e of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutri ?tion and by a. agraaaElrniligatinn of the fine pro perties oLvRS^ected cocoa, Mr. Eppe has provided*- jfcakfaet tables with a delicately navouuAev«p which may save us many heavy MetGjSlls. Bt is by the judicious use of such hB^B B dieHbat a constitution may be gradually WilffBp mMf Mrong enough to resist every *«n TlenjCTvto disease. Hundreds of eubtlo miladiep «re\Q|pitiiig around no ready to attack wherever 'MalStftiiyTceepWK'onhielv^ well fortified with pars-Mood aud a properly nourished frame.' — t*to FMtipk!(njthe.QI«»r^KVio^ a«spE. &TiLi&%mf)l} fifc bo^ipj f *»r or niilli. , Sold only.in packets or tins, labcllnd : — b'tmWf EP PS AND CO., , , , HQMCEOPATHIC, /CHEMISTS, Also, .( .. BPPfi'Sf CHO0OL4TE. rES8ENOR ?Y/'i '!'.'' . ','go'1 iff6'1'00'' ^e' '' MARVH/PALMER, & TAPP BTODK, ^STATION, AND GENERAL ';. '' bOMiUBBlON. AGENTS...

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CARCOAR POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

CARCOAB PO8T-0FFCK. ARRIVAL AND WjiPVTCH OF MAILS ttun rnoM Sydney, Bathurst, Mail-guard, and BUynev— daily, 7 «jii. (Muudaya eictpled) and 9.16 p.m. (SwKtnTi exc*pt«d) Cnwra. Mheet-nf- Baric, Lyndhurst. au-l Mandnrama — -UUy, 7.40 p.m. (Katbttlaya excepteri). Mount Hut***},. atul Mtfburu Creek— IWdays. Thuiml^jd, cod Saturdays. 6 p.m. Orange and (Jai^ia — Saturday, 3 p.m. DBWATCHCD 10 8ydney,Ba,tiinr*t, Blaymy, and Hailgoard— daily, «. W p. m. O'stnrtayi accepted). Cownt, Rfuwt-oMterk, lyndhnrst, and Handununa —daily, 7.45 a.m, (Mondays exempted). Moatl tlcJKaaid mud Milbura Creek— Mondays, Friilajs, and Snniiayi, 8 a-m. Orange aiul tadis — Sundays, 8 a.m. Mails dn» thirty minutes before despatched ; lata fee of *1. fifteen minutes later. Office bonrs-8 a tn. to 6 p.m. U. U. BOOKING, Postmaster. TEA UTS (enrrrin; paraengen) depart from BJayney Station at the undermentioned times:— From Svdiiey at 4,57 a.m. ; 1.10 p.m. ; and 7,6 p.m. (Sunday exrepiei*). To Syoner, at 8.43 a.m, 6.90....

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CARCOAR WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

CABCOAB WEATHER REPORT. Through the courtesy of Mr. G. IT. Hosting, local postmaster, we are enabled to give the following report : — Thermometer. Sain. Max. Min. In. Pi*. Sept. a. 61 40 0 0 4. fiH 35 0 0 R. 68 44 0 0 6. -5 U 0 6 7. CO 42 0 0 A 82 31 0 0 0 6 %ht Carcoav Chronicle AND BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. FOB THK INJURY Or M1SIC, rOR TUB OOOn Of AM, SATURDAY. 8BPTEMBER S. 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

.Australian Mutual 2Tiw lasttrani . ,*?? Society. , -isteblished 1872.) OA.WTAL £100,000. With power toiuci-etee to £1,000,000. Bonnes— 20 per «ent. paid annually for the b ? S years. DIEEerOESj v Hon John Sutherland, M.L.C., Chairman. William HttdrtV Ebo, M.R William D»y, Ebij. , J John WetheieU, Eg Alderman James Green, J.P. MANAGER: Walter' Church. ' ?? ?? THIRST Fire Society ^established in the colony - J1 the Mutual Principles, giving policf-holde back part of their premiums as a cash bonus out i tie profits every jear. ' . PoIicy-hoHere *re perfectly free *y lew from a Fifteen days graefe allowed for payment i renewal premiums. . Prompt and liberal settlements for fires. Damage by lightning and raplomona by gaspaic Fireiifunuwes at Lowest Bates. Offioesj— 184 Pitt-street, Sydney. J. O. DODD, ' . Agent for Careoar. TOXTOBS TO CABC0AB Coald n»t'*t- better ?thin Pay a Visit to the Court House Hotel, Which is now nnderthe Personal Management ol GEORGE &OXHALL li WtOPBIETOB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

GJFLlGMlNG&Co. (LATK N. fcORCHARDT.) BEG to iniiytmtbt Public of Oarooar and District, Chat having purchased the -Husiiress of Mt N. Bobcbardt, they may Btiii contiuue xi receiving a fair share of patronage. G. ft»wflilo. have on hand a Grand A&- unrtment of Foshi nabie Gold *nd Silver Jnwnllory, and Uotd and Silver Watches of eveiy «k*--riptaon. All Watch tapairs ami -Jewellery Jobs Jone on the Premises ia ? Workmanlike totyle. J, JOFtfPHbON. Manager Adehufa istreet, Blaynoy. KOTICK TO ADVERTISERS A DVERTISSKS wishing any alteration made **? in tlioir adverttseiueuta are informed that a copy -.f oncH nft«mti-m itiimt be Indeed in our irffice hy SOON ©» THURSDAY to insure the alternttin *ming made in the next issue, and all Iresh AdvtMMeineuts are requested tn be iiHiKied m 4»f«ra NOON *» FRIDAY t-- m«N iiuiertMm.

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT THROUGH FIREARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. 1 tERRlBLK AtJClDEfTriTHBOTiGH ^IEEAllJlS,' | On Wedb|sdaf 4gh|, s\ (^|fdful acrSdept} occurred lo a lad named Cohen, who in com pany with two others, was opossum shooting at West Dubbo, Borne two miles away._ The lad, whose parents live below Wellington,' but who is in the employ of Mr Brownrigg, carpepter Jt^ufebo^ had ,wi«i mm an old mspute occurredoeTween Cohen' and his companions as to who should fire tfce first shot out of the gun, aud-*j*er much/barne* ing, it was decided *uy jPfllen |hojfid pivl the privilege. The first shot was the last for the gun exploded at the breach, blowing away the lock, flango, &c, and splitiing-Uft the butt end as if it were match wood. Cohen, at once fell, and his companions Yuslied Aiyh«ttMnjr]*-ulB}fMto l-lfeedinnfr%|X wnndfifiBS* fclTkrehSb Xllii got up and with the two others walked into Dubbo. He was brought to Mr Olver'e Dispensary, and Dr Southam .was soon in attendance. ThenSjeeeBt^r the: injuries re ceived wer...

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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. (Before N. Connolly and R. Glasson, Esqs., Js'P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Monday, September 4. (Before N. Connolly and R. Glasson, Esqn., Ju'P.) William ±*ullen ap|-eared on summons charged with stealing a grubbing hoe the property of Miohael Long. The prosecutor deposed that defendant had been in his employ for 15 weeks, and left about five weeks ago. After he left protm cutor missed Rome tools union? which was t,li« grubbing hoe. Went to defendant and naked him where the hoe was He said he hud not seen it. Prosecutor then eai.l if you don't give it up I will fetch Senior-constable Cromie. Defendant then went away and returned with a man named Joyce. Joyce went with defendant to h bush and pulled out the hoe and handed it to prosecutor Buying ' PulhngHve it to me.' Wm. Joyce ii|K-ii being ctlled did not «|i|ipmi-. Mr Dodd, who appetred far the prosecutor, nsknd for an adjournment in order to compel Joyces attendance. The case was adjourned for one month. TVre were several other unimpoitant Small Debts cases disused of.

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THE FIVE GREAT POWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

THE TIVE -5REAT POWEHS, At a dinner given by the ^ayor of Mel bourne recently (says the^Argw'^.'-inre-1 spouse to the toast of the clergy, the Rev. as when ftrey 'were democratic. He was de lighted with -what he had seen of Australia, find this union of the great powers of the modern -world here in this great Idaod..'Khfi great powers in modern times, JtettLofei. land. They were tbeparlour, the pulpit, the any cause, with the parlour and pulpit he would win the press, with the parlour, ptttpit, and press, he would contest politics, and if ?woAlP tRensaTe W roemsei'fesrvLaughter.) He did not undervalue tb&po«Q butUj«aB ?not^the only arena of discussion, and as to the initiative, be did not know that Hi£r£. 'would not be found in the parlour and women,' but be belirad ^at fte»n|r|pur ought to exercise a 'mrWi^ inlaence OnHhe pulpit, and that the' pulpit ought to speak out ntrongly on social affaire. He was atrrezed Wtr what had been -done in Australia in 50 years. Americans WB...

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CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. (Before N. Connolly, and J. H. Louche, Esqs., J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuebday, September 5. (Before N. Connolly, and J. H. Louche, Esqs., J's.P.) J. A. Moss v. William WiliiarJ. Clium fur L3 3e Sd. The defendant had Request™ t*-d bis estate, aud the case was, therefore, with drawn. J. A. Moss v. J. Hvnd*. Clnim for L4 15s 3d. Verdict for plaintiff with coats. J. A. Moss v. D. Cricl.ton. CUim for L7 18s 6d. Defendant did not ap|-e»r. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. J. A. Moss v. ltarubough. Claim fur L2 16a. Case settled. Margaret Flynn v. Matthew Gleeson. Claim for rent of land at Browns Creek L5. Defendant did not npj-ear. Verdict for plaintiff with carts. Trustees Carcoar Common v. H. Oliver. Settled. Crick v. Wm, Williard. Case withdrawn. R. Kirkpatrick v. Samuel Unwin, junr. Claim for LC 19a 2d for goods. Verdict for plaintiff with coots. D. Beddie v. W. Williard. Claim for L6 9s 6d. Case withdrawn. Cowan v. William Willard. Claim for U 4a Id. Case withdrawn. J. A. Moss v. D. McDonald. Summons not served. Case continue...

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AFTER DINNER SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

[?] ... Jn -theBe;/^a./* otft -toug, f^My, wiojjjr,' tedious, ya*n-indnoing after-dinner rapeeifaBU,'. anything that gives even the smallest hope of reform in that direction is a blessing indeed.' The following extract iApuld be ,r^d hi the tens of thousands of spechiT$rs, lUHW much ' enamoured «pf tb^eir owtj. e|oqnepoB '.j — Rowland'Hill disliked lone speeches. Jte ?used to tell the following droll story of what be said on one occasion at -a public meeting : ._«Tbe Duke of Sussex wfiW in_the chair, and kindly desired me tooit iy\U bim,ij\ man absolutely bad th«j^fN«f-v*p|3«| his dull tiresome orawliyHtfrffiweTOlinMp hour. Some of tbe people, nreH to d^th as well they might, vent fWBdbjl&O^Qrj1 Highness whispered to tnov KeaUy' JflrTafl!, I do not think I can sit to nearjngh at^ojwr speech as thin, I wish yon wflyldfcyja -yey your gooj-flfttured bints a!^wP^f^PvS? V1 tarn next ; so I said. ' ll^|3kjproiwfyjw Koytil HighneBs, ladies &nfaQart]&M^*M0/f sot goin...

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