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PUBLIC MEETINGS. THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

PUBLIC MEETINGS, *HB l»rBBNATIONAT- EXUIMTIOK. A MWEtotO, convent by l)=s Worship the Mayor, —W»Md*n1fcecou;l-houEeon Wednesday evenmg 4«.jt,Io»thEj)urpo-coI consuic. 'n;; the advisability -X fearing the district of Gircoar represented at (be ?turtlioutuiag International Exhibition. The »U«nd wtce waiver/ «ntfl which was indubitably owing k - «io «tai* of ite weather. His Worship, hi opening the proceedings said, he did not ttrnk the resources of the district would warrant them in taking any active part in tbe exhi bition. We had no breed of cattle worth sending nor did 'we possess manufactories of any k'nd. Mining wm in a most Margie sta{o4 i-nd all things con mderedhedtdnotth:nkit was woitfa their wliile talcing any steps in the matter. Hie Police Magistrate gave expression to amiliar viawsrad considered that the distiict was unablet at the present juncture, to make a creditable stow. Any person, however, who might wish to send any tsx'iibits to Sydney could do so by applying to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

* (WJ'UAWAX MUTUAL PU0VH-KNT A. SOUI KIT. Kstablishcl 1SS!». HEAD QKI'tCE-98 TOT STICPET, SYIIKIIV. . Tlie UUUst Mutual Life Otiiuu iu Australia. imtEurous: The H-m- John Smith, C.M.iJ., M.F..C, Chairnnm. . The Hon. .Saul Samuel, U.M.CJ.,, M,.L.O., Deputy Cbairmau. John H. GooiUet, Esq. I Itobert Saddington, Eeq,. IsaM Kllin K-eaKsq. Robert J . Knifi, Ep.q., CHlffc ME0IUAL OKKIClill : - Dr. . W./J-ldaoEeii7.ie. L.K.Orl*. (EJin.)) /5, Lyoiis.terrjwe. A«!Tl-A«::- SEOItETAPW:.. Jloniw A. IJlHck. RI.A. | jAlex. J. lUlstoii,. A'EW BUSINESS transacted ia l$18 :: C201) l'ohcies* assiiring £2,17v,{)02 anil [iro-luciug u.t new tuui'inl |nviiiiuin iliciiineof £73.19*2. total ANNUAL KEVENUE. l'fiai.SSft . The Accuaiulateil.Fuud was increased .dining tlie last veur by £34QjP93, , snd nqiR, st»iida at £2,019. Ifc7, Tue Aeoets of the Society lire invested m Fjrat -. Mortgages of Hoase and La.iKM Property in th-? . chief cities of thu colonies ; iu iiujji'ovetl freebold , territorial estates ; iu ...

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THE EUGOWRA SHOOTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

TItE.EUG0.WRA SH(JOTING CASE \V e leiirn h-om tlie Fuilms Times that on tlie 29ih ultimo Oeorga Bonn vim Ui-onglit before the Forbraj bench, charge I with shoot ing his \yife witfi intent to kill, und was commited for trial »t tlie Batlnirst Circuit Court. -Constable McGlvnn dpimUn^ tn fi.n ai-rest o'fthe prisoner, who made no reply to the charge, and handed liim a four chamber revolver ; he searched the luaiwsa- aedifcund » gun under some blankets in.tlie-cornfi votV a room, which was capped and appHared to be loaded jprisoner w-!iit down into theceller and. brought up two bottles labe'led ' poi son 'which he siid was obtained to cure a ' lioisa-of fistula. Mrs. Br-on deposed that previous to the night of Monday 26th in sstant, prisoner had been very drunk, and on that night lie came to her bedroom door and knocked I; she was afraid to let him in mid asked him to sleep in one of the other rooms ; he then got, into her room through the win dow and she j'imped up and her six children...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

Porarlracnt of Lands, 'J Sydnty; 4th April, 187a ? PUBLIC GATES. ?J rOTlCJS is berebY civen thnt Pjililjc q.itns, as bcicumlrr described, bavo been applied for unilpr tho ' l'« prpvinons of the Act fl9 .Victoria No. 10. and a 1 ikjooiiii interested nre invited to state within ? ^nity d*y«trom tils date, thuirobiectTottB, k auy, to the grafting of such applications. -,a-« Mo. | R. S. B Ko. | Applicant- I . Description. ^- 5)4 I '. 1,024 | A. Uatnbioi] | Gate (not loss than 11 feet wiclo) on the Hud 'from Oinsiiie i..i ? ?- J Lciehivood, at fence near the umitli-west corner of A. Cameron's I 60 acres C.P., portion No. 103, parish of of Hillen, county ot | Geoiginim. 515 Po j Qato (i-ot lees than 11 foot wide), on the road dividing A. .. -???? . ' j I Canici-on's.C.P's. Jfo. ISof 4paeres, aiid No. 21 nf 40JncivK, . ' - ,.- ? - j ' -noartlio north-cnBt corner of the latter portion, parish of -. ;.- ' .. - t . .. . I' . I. Hillas, county of Georgians. « OF HOLLOW AYS TILLS AND OINTME N 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

IMPORTANT Unreserved Sae by 1 Auction 1 AT TANNEH'S HOTEL, NUMBER 1, Ij ON TUESDAY, l^thJune, 1879 At Jl o'clock. 't ' ? 1 W. B. WARNER, ! JJAS recoivcil instructions lo pel] bj nuction all Hint 1^*' Splendid Farm kaova a i G-rakam's. containing 330 acres Conditional Purchase Tut'cllior with .J^''' i\ HKAJ) MTX15O CATTLE Ni WOUKIKU UUIXOl'liS- BKST IK THK mstiuct 2 lrlys and harness oompi.ktk 5 houses broken to miakt and SADDLE 02 HAGS GOOD WHEAT— bnsH inclmlud 40 HAGS GOOD OATS—lings included Tlio whole must lie suld without the slightest rexorre, LUX^HEON PBOVIDKD. IMPOUNDED at Carooar on the 30th day o May, 1879, from Brown's Creek, by T. Fite patiigk, Esq., from his grass paddock ; damages and driving, Is 4}d v — / Red bull, few white hairs mixed, white spots on top of shoulders, white op spotted face, cooked horns, tail white to abave' brush, tio brand visible, about ]8 mouths'. If not released will be sold on 13th June. Also, on 3rd June from Warigel bfr N. Connolly Escj., fro...

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IN MEMORIAM. GERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

fe ''. . ;.JS MEM Olt'I A H . W®}: . ? ' M: . ? okbtv. fiff ' O'l, tilr-Tiiwrca (lerty, blithe and Ray, WngXi-.'lA&ititt W-.v father's home, $m$i3S:-m .leal Snail t4iey cliil li^h graca tytiEif'hty* w^y -rijulJi'K 1'1'1 ''i|j|)in l-l^^-^p »'♦ for uer tm K'1C ''* R'ne _^i^ifeati.l.»J:!forf her 84Vioiir°s face

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

TKLKGUA I'llIC INTELLIGENCE. Fridtiv Kvpiiinir. In tlie Upper llousis Yit S.ilis give notice fpr Tuesday noxt to hnI; 1«*u »?« to introduce a bill to abolish dentil jimiis'imeiit in curtain causes, aixl. wou)-J ask for (suspension of stundiug orilpia to mlinit l-ill (masing tlii-ou^l'., all stjges iii otie o\iy. lntue ASisemlily the lyaiKi iiill was turllicr mneniled, and third reading unpointed for Tuesday. The House went into Supply and passed estimates for permanent and volunteer forces, And £54,000 lor the Department of Lands. The stoppage of tlie AustraUan mid European B-tuk is ascribed to witlidiawals since the failwe of the Provincial Bank, Melbourne, and changing notes for gold at branches. A late teltgiam snys there are plenty of assets and Jepositors are saft'. The premises lately occupied by Isaacs Mud Co. have been purchased by a Melbourne firm. Cattle — Arrivals, continue excessive and keep prices down. Beef lias fallen to 14s. per 100 lbs. for prime quality ; medium an...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. SMALL DEBTS. TUESDAY. (Before the P.M. Messrs. Warner and Glasson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

CAUCOAU POLICK 0OUKT. «mam, debts. Tuesday. (Before fche.P.M, Messrs. Warner andGlasson.) Noasmithv Hogan.— £2. 7s Od goods, sold. V«vdict for nuiimnt. Crick v Wolliira. — ScjtJcd. Daveportv. Tettett.— Settled. Neasinith. v Leggut. — Dofondatit insdlrcnt. Davunport and another v Knight. — Settled. Snmo v Co»vel|.— GoodB sold and delivered £7 10s Id. Sauio v Dpyle.— £2 0s 3d goods sold, Verdipt for amount. Samp.v Gillcs. — £3 19s Od goods.soldand do-, liverod. Verdict for plaintiffs. Saiiio v. Stokos.— £2 18s goods sold and de livered. Verdict for amount. Mr- Dodd appeared for tlio plaintiffs in tho abovo cases. Bellerby v Nesbitt.— Claim for £10 Caso dismissed on a technical objeotioii raised by Mr. Mr. Dodd whoappoarcilfor *h« plaintiff. Mr. North for defendant. Loniax v Mayburry,— Settled. Al'PI-ICATIO}!. , Mr. North presented iiu, application from, tlio shareholders of tjjp Academy of Music praying that their worships would disallow tho. use of the caurt-Jkouso fo» holding entert...

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LAND SALE AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

LANI- SALE AT BLAYNEV, On Wednesday a very important sale of- tojvn lots took plaoe at the police office Ulayney.' A, ' large number of peisona were present, and the coiupetifcum, throughout was spirited. The fok Iowing.lt/t8 »'cro,Uinposed of . — Lot J1, »roods, William Bradborry, £8 10s. '? Lp| ^ 2-roo-}p 8 perches, 1\ Stimpto'i, £170 I^it L, 2 roods lOi perches, B. StirapBon, £137 0s. Lot M, 2.roods fcVpepclies, B..S(impsonv £1,17 Lot N, 2 roods ^porches,. II. Stimiison, L.'C i-.Lnt 0, 2,ropdaCJ perches, Joiio.Powqll, L|4 Lot P, 2/oods. 5| perches, Jane Pojv.ol}, L4C 12s 7d. LotQ, iropd^KSpercheB, B. Stimps,on, L3- 2s. Lot R, liropd 1£ perches, B. Stimpsou,_ L18, LotS, 1 ippd l?i percheB, B. Stiinpsopv LtC Lot T, 2 roods. 30 perches, George Hunry Woollev, L15. n Lot U, 1 rood 30 perches, George Greewull, L13 2s7d. L-it LL, 2 roods 27 perches, JauioB Mnllally, J L'-t MW, 2 roods 27 porches, William Cherry, L*-4 3s til. Lot NN, 2 roods 29- porches, Frederick ? H. \ Hjckpy, L47 13s ...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

(Open Column. We wish it to liis distinctly understood tliat we do not uecissarily undone the opinions expressed by t(Ui- vorrcspmiduiits.

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THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND THE CONDEMNED CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

T/TE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND vf THE CONDEMNED CRIMINALS. On Wednesday morning last a deputation from Parranmtla, consisting of the Kev. C.tnon Guntlicr, Rev. Mr. Murray, Kev Mr. Liyd, Mr. S. PeaiBon, and Mr. Hugh Taylor M.L.A. , waited upon liis Excellency tlin Lieutenant-Governor, Sir Alfittd Stephen, to present a petition signed by 941 inhabitants of Parramatta iu favour of ineicv btuiicr ex tended to the condemned criminals. The petition which was Iianded to his Excellencv by Mr. Taylor, was similar to tlie petition adopted at the public meeting in Sydney, with the addition of the. following :— ?' And your petitioners wilt ever pray that God may have your Excellency in liis merciful keeping.' His Excellency said, in.re|)U, thai Lite an swer lie would give w;is tlie only one that could !re given, and that was that as he was bound to- take the advice of the Executive Council, though he had a responsibility of Irs. own independent of tlte Council, he would lay this petition before t...

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ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS. TO Till! KU1TOI1. Sjb,— With yovir pormissioi. I would like to ask the Secretary and Treasurer -if the above when a squaring up is likely to be effected. Four mouths have nearly passed and nobody knows how the funds stand, besides this many bills remain unliquidated. X.

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LORD HARRIS AND THE N.S.W ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

LORD HAUJBIS AND THE N.S.W ELEVEN. Tlio. London correspondent of tlm ' Even ing News ' gives the following items in ro Bpect to tlio effect Lord* Harris's letter to the home paper, re the cricketing -lis;.tirhauce has hud on the public. He says :— A letter front Lord Harris that niipeared in the ' Daily Telegraph' of ApVil 1, giving an ac count of the scene in Moore Park G«cket Ground in February last, lias created a pro found, sensation in. cricketing circles. Indeed it may be said that the sensation has ex tended, far beyond thpse ordinarily interested in the game. Everywhere the 'colonials' have fallen into had odour in consequence ; and nothing seems to bad to say of us. It may be questioned whether wn are getting fair treatment when idl are so recklessly tarred with tlie Baino brush. But at any rate A.us trulians generally and Australian cricketers iu particular, uru having rather a bud time of it in the penny dalies just now. Pwsibly Route strong disclaimer may diminish the lo...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

T!J TJ1E E1MT0U. Sir, — Since the commencement of wy V'V-flfi; ofiicc in Blay.ney 1 have been appealing to the Bench for a Pound Yard, and tbey have been seconding my applications — as yet without avail. I enclose copy of my last letter to tjie Itench, con taining a full fitateijieiit of liow the case stands ; and as it is a scandal of. \)uhlk notoriety, and shows to what extent lilayney ia ilisfra/iuliisud I will th*njk you to, if passible, insert it. Your obedient Rcry,'j't, S. A. CLA1IKIJ. The Worshipful the Bench of Magistrates, Blayoey. Youb XVonsmrs, — In August^ 1878, I was ap pointed by you as PoundUeeper to the iilayney Pound. -Vom that date, for want of a pound yard, 1 have had to rent a twelvd-icr. paililnuk at a cost nf, £12 per annum, and to erect in it, at my own exueuse, a temporary yard for the reception of stock. I am lorry to e.iy that neither the state of my pocktt, ti'-ti'«'!cuiity «fin.v tenure of the said paddock, nor O« high reutaf charged have allqwen me to e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

^nmpttt^M oft?*?. ______ 'BKQ1KU, with diaff Elevators BJHBBBr^ii'^^i) vflj-i-«l condition, raid has oi)Ji' ?fiwjpajeg^rrMqnitis. : Apply to ?M^,.;.-:^ . AfcAM KIBliPATKlCK-. lit',. '- . ?;???? ?fsjlu Cilmxoat (ElirontcU i- ' & BLAYJf EV & COWItA GAZETTE, 1 RATUUDAY. WKJ5;7, IS79. ~ K'I» THB IN.IOHV OP N1NS, FOR TDK GOOD OK AMv

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

COMPANIES. Australian Mutual Fira Sooiety. i Capital, £100,000, With Power to increase to £1,003.008. Ponunos— 20 per cent, each for 2nd, 3rd, 4tb and 5th years. ^ . 4-_- IMrcctnra— Hon. .Tohn Sutherland, Esq., M.P., ^^ Chairman ; Manuel P. .Tiiaopbmin, Esq. ; Wil liam J. Pay, K8q. ; Jolm Wctheriilj 12sq. : William Hozlett, IC-q. Manager-. W ALTEC CHURCHY. ONLY MUTUAL VWXV, ROCIKTY giving POLICY HOLDKIIS PROFITS «-very year. Policy holders (ire perfectly free by law from all liability. I'lomnt and liberal settlements for fire*. ))amn.ge liy Ligljtiiinp and Explosions by Gas paid. Fhfl Insurances ut LO.WEST KATBS. J. O. DODD, Agent for parconr ami district. I ' Agent for Blayney. G. HAWKIi, Jun. Ageut for (.owra, ' T. RIOA'JT. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOOIATSON OF AUSTRALASIA. Established 1SGA Incorporated by Act of i'jirljametit. Princiivk. OfEjr,p i GEOltGE AM) WVNV^KI) STREETS, ' ? ? SYDNEY. - $ONUS YEAH, 1S78.-0. speoiaT^otioe The fjccnnd Quinquennium will clo^ on th' 50l1i June, ISTil whei...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ? 9 ? COBONEit's Inquests.— On Monday the ^Ctli, May Inst before the Coroner (.1. O. I Jodd. Esq.,) nil inqnert at Newhridgi- ii|xin the body of an old man named John White who had died suddenly at Toomty's hotel. The medical evidence went to show tiiat decease.) died from inflniuniation of the Idugs. A verdict in accordance with, the medical testimony was returned. The coroner also held nu iiHjaest at King's Plains on Monday last on the _ji*lv of an old man limned Michael Oonry, a shop ^pierd in the employ of Mr. J. It. Glassoii. The evidence of Dr. Sraitli went to show that Ihe de ceased iliu-l|froui|iiiflamiitaiiiin of the lungs niul cou ge.-ition of the brain. Mok:: Kkd Tapeism.— Our readers will hardly credit t!ic intelligence that the contractors of the new jwi^f am) tulep-aph ofHcc have not yet received tie whale of their contract nnmey, although the work has lxx-n. completed and the building taken over some months. Now thi* really to bad and a disgrac...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 June 1879

Tub main mail leading into Caiyour from Blnyn y ! ? at the jwesunfctiiuein amofUlqiWuble condition. 'Jilt bill leading down from, fjic I'rt-sbviery is cn lir.'Iy ii|)j)n,SK:ible, nurl mys vary little for the judg ment of the Boail Su]i-.'rii;fcnc1e»t in iniiiipir&ting wurkjikctliisat. this sonson of (lie year. Why. not inko tbu Minirrtpr ivoaUior for it when tliero is a vUnnuo of the lxjiul ly-cMUitnir jinipotly mstllttil. It is -1uring tlie winter wuiuhw that (jowl roads are re o,nire.i. The roiifl ijitcTroil to is in Mich n stale (l»:it if require! tin.1 cinnlii'iunl effort? of forty bullocks t i draw n load of wheat out of this slough. Truly \.c niv-liluiiscd (?) wi)h our roads ! I1.' the fate of the cnnikMiinel criminal;; now lying in Icr, Foiitciu-u of dcnili n( Hallnirst rested entirely un the touiler- mercies of ; His Excellency the Lieu \.:uaut (J'uvenior the gallows » would avenge their iTimc. judpine from; ms reply to the I'arramatta tlapuisition. Hi* Excellency ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

];)e| ftrineut of Liunk, Syduey, fyh April. IS7& PUBLIC GATES. 'Vf - I'! 1 (% is hereby Riven that Public O.n^pn, as bcreundur de-eribed, have been applied for under the i\ (iiovUinne of the Act 39 Victoria No. 10, «iu,t ail persons intercis.tcd are invited tp. state witliiu Chiriy tiaya fiom this data, their objections, if any, tp the granting of such applications. ? ' ? JAMES HOSKINS. j,i« ?? Nil 1 R. S B No. | apiilJBiuit. | ? ~ ? ? ' 5,U I ' J,U24 | A. VoiUjeivii Gate (not l--ss lluwi 11 feet wide) un tbe loan frtim U.uspiu t.'. I ' ' ),oir,hwoiid, at fi-nce near the south-west corner (if A. C'amerim'R I 00, acres V.W, portion No, 103, parish of of Hillen, county of | Gecngiiiim. ?jil.l „ Dp. (5ate (not lens than 11 feet wide), on the road dividing A. j Uninernu's C.P's. No. 18 of 40 acres, and No. 21 of 40J neres. I | near the north -ens t corner of the latter portion, palish of | | Hildas, county of Georgians. VV HOLLOWAYS P LL*- AND OINTME i ] imst rvupeufiiUy take It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

Maaioipal Biatriot of Cateoar- j NOTICE is hereby given that, in accordance vritb faction 164 of the « Municipalities Act, 1867,' an ASSESSMENT hns been made of nil RATE ABLE PROPERTY within the Raid Municipal Dig- ' trict.and that upon mich assessment a BATE of ONE SHILLING in the £ has been levied by the Council of the Raid Municipal District. The rate book is open f jr inMcctttn to nil parties interested therein, during omtih'fK.i A Court of Petty Sessions wHMie liolden at the Court-house, Garcoor, on TOESBAYp^flie 1st day of JULY next, at 10 o'clock 'tern/, turtle purpose of ^hearing Appeals against suchTAsseiwmont. Nolire ?K such appeal must be in writing, and lodged with tne Council Clerk seven, daya before the holding of the raid Court. By order of the Mayor, JOHN PAEKS, Council Clerk. Council Chamber, b June 10, 1879. Itaoioipal District of Oarooar. mENDERS are invited for the supply of 130 L ALIGNMENT POSTS for the above Muni cipality. The Posts to be otJtoMl jbund, straigh...

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