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

' A good name is better than precious oint ment,' ib a truism we find in Ecclesiastes, and the occurrences of every-day life confirm the dogma. The immense popularity enjoyed by Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps could never have bees attained through any other agency than that which attaches to a pood name. There are doubtless other preparations, typified as Schnapps, but they are what counterfeit coin is to the current metal. — Advt. Five centuries of success. — Towards the end of the 15th century, the Swiss discovered in their mountains an aromatic and tonic herb, which, on being incorporated with a pure stimulating element, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonic, and aaaimilant. This coroponnd was thence forward known as the Dew of the Alps, and under that name has enjoyed a well-deserved celebrity for nearly five hundred years. Of all the liqueurs we have ever tasted it is the most refreshing and agreeable, and of all tonics, restoratives, and assimilating preparat...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

GREAT SALE BY AUCTION ^ | ? ? ' ? ' ? OF T OWN LtO T S AT THE FLOURISHING RAILWAY TOWNSHIP ~ or . \j MAIHH KSJ. ' BLOCKS SUITABLE FOU RUfilNESS VIACES, liKSIDKNCRS, AND OAItDENS „ Noarlyjoppfwite bria intense jwviSn'utyW tlie ? ' ? ? ''P&poso d Ukilway Silas'.' BEAR IN MI ND tin Tiyndhurat will:beth6 Dop5t for nil the1 traffic Co from the Abercrombie, Two Mile Creek, Li Canowindra, and Mount McDonald, and will be The Central Towa of .the District. Iteeollcct the ^Terms are Easy. W. B. WARNER * HAS received instructions from J. O. Doddi ? ? Erq., to sell by fniblie auction .? t ON THE GEOUSD ? . . ? The whole of that ? ' ^ SPLENDID AREA OF LAND th lately occupied by Mr John Hogan at the junction of the Cowra, Canowindra, end Mount ' McDonaldRoacls. Tlie sale will take place ' all WEDNESDAY, 18th OCTOBER NEXT, ' The Laud will be surveyed, into Iota«uita1)le for Business and Residence Sites, and ,. THE TERMS WILL BE EAJSY-; ','' LUMCHEON PROVIPEO. IiynoQmrst will Tie the great ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

DISSOLUTION OF PA11TNERSHIP. rpHH Partnership hitherto existing between JL Messrs Ma»sii, Palmed, and Tapp, Auctioneers, of Blayuny and (Irange, having been terminated, t e business. -» ill froin the 1st of October next be conducted -by Messrs Map.^ii and Tapp only, and all' business entrusted to their care will receive their best attention MARSH, PALMER, Jfc TAPP. PRIME FAT BULLOCKS. On Wednesday nest, 27tb Instant AT THE ANNANDALB SALE YARDS. MARSH, PALMER & TAPP Will sell by Public Auction, as above, A ft HEAD PRIME FAT BULLOCKS and *V a few GOOD SPRINGERS. On Wednesday, 4th, October, ABOUT ?' . : ' 25 HEAD OE GOQDSTORES-rMixpd.Herf. School of Arts. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Couut House, Carooab, on TUESEAY NEXT, at 8.30 o'clock, for the purpose of taking steps for the reconstruction of the Carcoar School of Arts. His Worship the Mayor, B. Stimpson, Esq., will take the chair. Tho shareholders in the Academy of Music are particularly requested to attend. W. J. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT CANOWINDRA, THl TBOnOlTOHBRED STALHOtT, YATTENDON, ?\TATTENDON was hred bv \V. J. Dangar X B»i-. of Neotefield, Singleton, and got b] Vattendon out of Her Ladyship. YATTENDON, hy Sir Hercules, out of Cos Fr^iirs, 5° ♦??-» «!«? f-f Chester, Reprieve, Jav'lin !Sw*f-.ii! --'.t. 0-,.,.! T-'.in.»ur Uagworth, Vulcan i; ;...'. *?.!,.,, -,i (imp), out oi . .' . ;?. ?????;. i. out of Violet bj ?. . ? .'.-., ;.!.. !? ? irr.iton. , . ;- V'.l.MANCK: ??-.:.. ,.-.* ?: .... N.sW., 1878. ?; .;? j:...,,j;--, ,.;,-... foaad md i distance ?- .:uo, 2n;in. A- '.!- i-jsec. ; ran second in a field o sixKe:., M-twln 1st, Yattendon 2nd, Colima 3rd Macar.n.; -Jib. -'e»csst5c Free Handicap, 1$ mile. Time, 2min 17a(-c. i ran second in a field of six, Apology let yattendon 2nd, Black Swan 3rd. Orange Annual Races, 1879. Won Stewards Puree, ]J mile. Time, Smin ISaecs. ; beating Jacko, Othello, Colima, aud Bevel others. Cowra Annual Rices, 1880. Won Town Plate, beating Rainbow, Reckless Gl...

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LICENSING COURT. Tuesday, September 19th, 1882. (Before N. Connolly, H. Glasser, and W. H. Platt, Esqs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

Y LICENSING COtTET. Tuesday, September 19th, 1882. (More N. Connolly, H. Glassoi', and \V. H. Platt, Esgs.) C. S. Kelloy was charged hy Licensing Inspector Eraucis with keeping his Jioensed house, the Balmoral Hotel, at Mount McDonald, open on the 26th ult., during the prohibited hours. Mr North appeared tor prosecution, ana Mr Dodd -for the defendant S-C. Parker deposed that on tbe. night of the 26th ult, he with Constable Farquahar son went to defendant's house at 12 o'clock he saw a light in the bar, and the Inside door of the bar was open ; 'he saw six men in one of -the parlors ; there were sii j#asses con taining liquor on the table ; did not see any liquor served ; did not see tlie men drinking ; cannot say that the liquor I -saw on the table was served before 11 o'clock or not. Constable Farquharson igave similar evid ence. Mr Dodd for the defence contended that tho case for the prosecuctiou had not been made out; there was no evidence that the defendant had kept his house o...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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OPENING OF THE NEW BATTERY. CHRISTENING THE BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

OPENING OF THE NEW BATTERY. /^ Christening the Battery. It was not intended to have any opening ceremony in connection with the Australasian Mining Investment Association's new battery but the workmen obtained permission to imve a little spread to do honour to the occasion and Mr Austin undertook the management of the catering. Invitation!) were hurriedly given and the weather being fine a large number of persons were present. The hour named for starting the battery was 11 a.m., but they were unable to get everything ready until nearly 2 p.m. Great interest was taken in the starting of this battery and everything passed off orderly aud pleasantly. All the managers of the different mines and claims and the principal inhabitants of the. town numbering about 200 were present. After the battery had been duly christened by Miss Allen breaking a bottle of champagne on the fly-wheel and naming it the Pride of the Mount, Mr Martin, in proposing the health of Mr J. P. Allen, the engineer of ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, September 19th, 1882. (Before N. Connolly, and J. H. Louche, Esqs., J's.P. FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

f CAROOAR POLICE COURT. ' Tuesday, SeptemW 19t1i, 1882. (Before N. Connolly, and J, II. Louche, Esq^^P.).^ Win. WillardLiijijHBBred charged with ob taining goods by means of false pretences from W. K. Nelbitl. Mr Dodd appeared for .lli^^iBlendant. W. K. NcBbltt deposed: I atn^a stow keeper residing ftt Carcoar. On tbe 1st May, 1880, defendant came to me and wanted some goods, his credit having been stopped as he owed some money which, vas unpaid; he came end obtained from me goods on an order ; for paymont given on MrvBroadbent, of BhRw. ;X read the order to him and he told me that Broadbent owed him the amount ; I delivered the goods on die faith of the order being genuine, accepting it as cash ; would not have delivered the goods had I not thought the order good. ) v'..-' - ??-: , \ ;? Johh' Broadbent Seposed : I was p.sked for payment of order ui'oduced by Nesbitt ; I did not pay it ; won't Bweur that I did riot owe WHUrd tbe amount pFtfc order in question M the 1st May, 1880 ; a...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOVST M 'DONALD. Grant's Amalgamated G.M. Co. — Mr T. G. Williams reports : — No. 1 Tunnel : Ex tended 8ft total 191ft Taking down the reef in driving. Reef 2ft wide, foot-wall half good payable stone, hangine-wull half will civiy a little gold. The. winze party have been driving north iu the reef this week. The reef is ISin to 2ft wide equal to 12 to 15dwtof stone or upwards. We hove tuken down 6ft in length by the side of the tunnel and d liven 6 ft. This reef is going a little north-east of the tunnel, and nearly parallel with the tunnel. We have now C4ft in length in this reef opened up. In the south or Tunnel end tlie reef in 2ft wide, and in the north end 18in to 2ft wide. The reef will average from 12 to ISdwta per ton, and we have have at grass about. 70 ions. We have this week in the north drive about 4in to 6in of auriferous niundic on the foot wall, and have pounded down several samples and found it to give a fair proBpect.of gold, this I regard as im...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

X CANOWINDRA. : [from our correspondent.] Our new Court House is progressing ' very slow'y.' I am afr.iid the par-lioiling of last season in the confined premises now in use will only Imi repeated and experienced unless there is a ' spurt ' put on the contractor. There Hre mauv euquines for uie lanci upon the township of Cunowindra being put up to auction. The Government are certainly very dilatory in this respect. Many people whose means are rather limited, and who are obtain ing a living iu the district, could and would expend their little cash in purchasing a block where they could build, but do not care to pay rent and build upon other people's pro perty. The booner this land is put up to auction the better tor the district. We had a visit from the Inspector of Schools and I him informed he whh well satis tied with the general progress of the pupils under the tuition of the local domini. The road from Canowindivi to Belmore e;i route to Citi'cour, is at l»st receiving attention,...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday. TJie Garden Palace Exhibition was totally destroyed by fire early this morning, only the brick walls left standing, the origin of: tlie fire a mystery, but incendiarism is expected. Technical Museum worth £100,000, railway plans, census papers consumed, with the valuable stationary, including Marshall Wood's statue of the (Jue.-n. The Garden Palace alone cost £135,000, tho destruction was complete iu an hour. Thu brigades could do nothing tin* heat l«»ing so intense; the total loss is estimated at a £500,000 Great excitement pi-evai'ls, thousands are visiting tbe scene of the cplanrtyL Another mjjjlit. was wiisKxl on fci^ motion of adjournment Iiy Mr Abbott with reference to collection of census. The Criminal Law .Rill was proceeded with as far as clause 344, uhere a long debate ensued on qualification of persons empowered to defend prisoners, the discusson is still goin^ on. The steamer Gandes from Melbourne to Calcutta with Iiovshs is a to...

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DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

Description- op the Machinery. The engine and batte'y are strongly housed under a galvanized iron iilwd, spaoe being left for fittino; up k room for washing up and storing marerials. Steam is supplied to tbe engine by two Cornish boiler/*, of about 35 horse power, these were well and soliJly built in by Mr Jani'8 Hatigh. The engine is h high pressure horizontal engine, made by Messrs P. N. Russell and XJo., of Sydney, and having bee.u thoroughly overhauled it was in splendid working order and h» bright an h new pin. This drives 20 head of stamps of the usual pattern. The stamper logon which the boxes rest is a fine piece of timber weigh ing over thre\tons. In addition tnthft usual copper plat.es, ijpples, blanket strakes, and amalgamating barrel, the battery is supplied with one of Haley's patent percussion tables for saving fine gold and pj'rites, and an appli ance fur saviug gold recommended by Mr Nicholas' will be count cted with one set of tables in accordance with instructions ...

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LONDON. September 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

LONDON. September 20. The match between the Australian Eleven and Shaw's team ended in a draw, the former made only 87 runs, the Englishmen in their second innings lost six wickets for 190 runs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

GTFLBMINQ^Co (LATE N. BORCHAEDT), BEG to inform the Public of Oarcoar and District, that they have purchased the Business of Mr N, Bukchakdt, ana hope to receive * fair share of patronag'. O. F« and Oa have on hand a Grand As sortment of Rxshi.nable Gold and Silver I Jewellery, and Gold and Silver Watches of ^very description. All Watch Repairs and Jewellery Jobs tlone on thn Premise's in a Workmanlike Style. J. JOSRPH^ON. Manager Adelaide Street, Blayiicy. ¥ lie (Sarcbattthrdnick AN1) W.AVNKV.* COWKA GAZETTE. VOK THK (N.IIIKV UK WINK. f--R THB 00O!- OK ALL. SATUKDAY. SBJ'rEMBER 23, 1882.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Uliykky and Cakooak Railway. — Tve :are happy tit state, -n gund aii'hority, that tenders will he nailed for in a few days for the Blayney nnd Carccwr pwtir.n of tin loopline Bayney to . Mun nnilmrrah. Starring times in store for tSie ! town. We i x|»'Ci tne iron iiorefl to anorc along St'.ke Hill in the cniirao of eighteen months. YaGKANI1 Dn«R AGAIN AT WOBR.— Two Vftlll abW i.imR, tlm pp'l-eriy of Mr John Fagan, weie worried mi Tuesday evening. We understand ?one of the aniiunU will have to be destroyed. Mi. F«pnn ici, we I elirve, anxious to pay his re BpcctB *«4he owner »f *be dog. Pf.li. Ttmbkk Ck^ek Rnm— -The following 'letter was nxeiv«i( iiy Mr Stimpsun from Mr DiKmil-Kurvpynr Oriniuh in reference to this T,,Ktl ; — ?? District. Survey Office, Orange, 19th September, 1882.— B. Stimpson, Esq., Chairmen Progress Committee, Carcnar.— Sir, — Referring to yoiir letter of the 6th instant, the reply to which has been delayed owing to my absence in Sydney, 1 ...

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THE EGYPTIAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

THE EGYPTIAN WAtt. The most important item of news received during the pastweek.from the seat of war, was that A raw Bey was defeated and a prisoner, and that Cairo aud other important towns of Egypt were, in tWliands of the British. The British Government made a good choice when they selected Sir Gasnkt Wolsbley to cope with the Egyptian )..-»urgcnts, and the limmicr in which he devised and carried out his plans shows his courage, determination, a'«'idjov.j allhis exceHent^pneralsUip. Noone hud any doubt as tm the ultimate result of the war, 1 ut very few anticipated such a speedy termination of tin; conflict. Even Sir Garnet W olsisley's mutinies must admit that his })liui of operation Was a good one, and well carrieJ out They cannot charge him with having needlessly sacrificed the life of a single British soldier. It is | 'leasing to know that «-ach division of th»» British army acted well its part. A t tlm liattle of Tel-el-Kebir, the Highland Brigade liore the brunt of the ac t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

Anatolian Mutual Tin I&Bora&co JSoMsty. -Establishedi672.i OAVITAL £100,000. With povrot to increase to tf J.000,000. Bonuea — 30 /tor -pept. paid annually for lie fast OXBQCTOHS ; Hon John Suthedand, M.L.C., Chutmaa. William Hedittj Esq., M.R ? ? William Day, Esq. | John WeBHsfclL Km. AldemDanJftmeBGreeD, J.E,'- '? MANAGER: Walter Church. FIRST Five Society established in the oeloar km, tint Mutual Principles, giving poKcy-holders back part of their premiums as a oash bonus -out of 'the profits every year. Policy-holders are perfectly [free -by law from all .liability. Fifteen days grace allowed for payment of renewal premiums. ? Prompt *nd liberal *ettlema»ts-f or fires. Dwnsgeiby lightning and explosions hy&uami, jFire Insurances at £owe«t States. (Offices i—, 184 PitUstreet, Sydney. a. o. dodd, , Agent for -JaTCo»r. . VISITORS TO CABCOAB ! ?Could not do better than Bay a Visit iothe , ! Court Sous© Hotel, ; Which 18 now wnderithe Personal Management of GE...

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ENTERTAINING MR ALLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 September 1882

Entertaining Mr Allen. In the evening Mi Allen was entertained with a social eveuiiij;, at Mr Iiangh's Prince of Wales Hotel, and amongst the principal features of the night were the following : — The toast of the guest of the evening proposed by Mr Mxrtin and responded to by Mr Allen. The health of Mr W. Nicholas was proposed by Mr E. J. Fox, who spoke feelingly of the many benefits the township had received from that gentleman, and i (fretting Iuh ab sence fioin tl-e opening of the limtery. Tnis toast was leceived with enthusiasm sind wan responded to by Mr M. Guerin. Several solos and glues \ynrn rendered pleasingly by Messrs Cha.ui|iion, Griffiths, Cray, Allen xml Others, aii-i a most (.l^MNant evening whs spent. Mr Prouclfoit lias disposed of the Dunetlin fN.Z.) t runways for £65,000. The A.J V. Vluii jjroJited to t)i« tune of £l.r-00 by the ivci nt meeting. xini -J-.j-^ cvii.i.j .v{-.»'roi] £i,n6o,6w\ worth ot' diiimoiii! i last, year.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

Tub BtsHnPof iMklbouhne has the courage of his opinions, and consequently does not hesi tate from time to time to step out of the beaten track and deal with social matters wliich affect the well-being of the community, of a section of which he is the episcopal head. His speeches show such a depth of thought, such a toleration for the views or others, ana such a keen perception of the events of every day life, that they possess an interest to many besides 'hose to whom they are directly addressed. Thus, in the course of his sp ech at the opening of the Melbourne Church Assembly on Monday last, Dr. Moouhousk dwelt at some length with the questions of public amusements and larri kiuibni, Hi' Lordship sees uo reason to alter his previously expressed opinion that the people of Australia devote too much time to amusement, but at the same time he con siders that some better means should be de vised for bringing about an alteration than that so often adopted at condemning sport al ogetlier,...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Held Over.— Messrs Dixson an3 Son's -advertisement is -unavoidably held ovor until next issue. Powcn Court. —A respectable looking man, named James fiohbs, wae brought up charged wiih laroenv df b-coat From the groom'si-nom at the Royal Hotel, Ticpleadea-guiltyand was sen tenced to 14 days imprisonment. Good Tbmplary.— From an advertisement »n ?our present issue it will be seen that a lodge of the above order will be institutea in the Academy of Mubic, on Tuesday next, October '3rd, at 7.30 p.m. This order was established in this colony some eight years ago ana the organization Ms-now unler its jurisdiction 240 adult ana 60 juvenile loBgos, Che former num T-ering ov«r 13,000 ana the latter 8000. 'The order wopen to all classes, irrespedftve of creod. Political or rdligiouB discussion stre rftrictly prohibited, the -dbje-!t of the asaociaiaon 'being the wedimHDrwn -of fhe flrurikard wia mutual improvement. The fees ere Tiominal-r^rtrance tor lad'es lsOd, for g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

Australian Mutual Fire Insur&ac Society. (Established 1872.,) OAVITAL £100,000. With power to increase to _1,000,OOD. fBtroues — 20 per cent, paid annually for the last 9 years. rfDIUECTGKS ; , . 'Hon Jobn'Sutherland, M.L.C., Chairman. William tHczlatt, Esq., M.P. : | William Day,, Esq. ,] .John Wetherell, Esq. I Alderman Oames'Qreen,. JiP. MANAGER:: Walter Church. TfTdBST Fire Society established in the colony «on fi' tbe Mutual Principles, -giving .policy-holders 3-ack part of their, premiums as a cash'bonus out of 'the profits every year. '. .??,??'??? Policy-holders are,perfee_yffree''by lwr tfrom ill liability. Fifteen days -grace --allowed for .payment of ?renewal premiums. Prompt and liberal settlements tforifires. Damage by lightning and explosions by gas paid. Fire Insurances at Lowest (Kates. Offices :— 184 Pitt-Btreet,*yaney. J. O. DODD, ! Agent lor Carcoar. VISITORS TO CARCOAR Could not do 'better than Pay a Visit to the ?Court Souse Hotel, Which is now under the...

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