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

te. FLEMING & Co. (L.ATK N. BOKOKARDT), BBG to inform the tulilic of Carcoar and District, that they have purchased the Business of Mr V. LVmciiAnnT, and hope to receive a fair share of patronage. G. F. and Oo. havn on hand a Grand As sortment of F.oslii naMe Gold and Silver J«w«llfiry, and G.iM and Silver Watches of ev«ry -les -ription AH Wnt.-fi Kopairs anil Jewellery Jobs done on the Premise iu a Workmanlike Style. J. JOSRPH-iOV. Manager Adelade Street, ttlayney. T7V-Il SALE f.0,000 feet of Hardwood and Pine at H EATON BROS. Blayney. XHUc Cuxoau (Uironiclc AND Bl,AWEV & OOWBA GAZETTE. T«H TDK IN.I'RV 'C VlNtt. FOR THE GOOD OF ALL. 'sATURUAY. vSlvl'rEMBER.30. 1882.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET MATCH. MARRIED v. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

CRICKET MATCH. Married t. Single, A cricket match, Married v. Single, was played on the Carcoar Cricket Ground on Saturday last, and ended in a victory for the married team by 7 ruus. The following are the scores : — SINGLE. J. Watson, Dot out ... ? 6 F. 0. Tucker, c. Hosking, b. McEiUop 0 F. Glasson, a. Neile, b. Neale ? 1 H. Glasson, b. Lindsay ? 14 C. Finucane, s. Hade.b. Dodd ? 6 S. Neale, b. Neale ? v.. 0 W. Butler, b. HcKUlop ? 9 H. Kcnwortby, b. McEiUop ? 0 T. Brady, b. Dodd ? 0 A. Geouys, s Hade, b. McEiUop ... C H. Day, c. Lindsay, b. McKillop ... 0 Sundries ? ?.. ... 17 Total ? ... 65 MARRIED. J. Hade, c. F. Glasson, b. Gennys ... II .T. O. Uodd, b. Tucker ? 4 J. A. McKillop, c Watson, b* Watson 4 R, M. Lindsay, run out ? 1 G. U. Hosking, c. Gennys, b. Butler... 4 — Neale, b. Tucker ? 14 J. W. West, c. Butler, b. Watson ... 8 J. H. Louche, not out ? ?.._, 0 J. Ryan, b. Brady ? '... 2 A. C Hirst, b. Glasson ? 3 J. Ley bourne, bowled ? 0 Sundries ? 18 Total ? , ... 72

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. September 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

LONDON. September 28. omall-pox is spreading so alarmingly at Cape Town, that it has reached the precincts of Government House. Baker Pasha has started for Egypt with out waiting for the Sultan's consent. Ho quits the 'i urkish service.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

?---/ MOUNT MACQUARIE. (prom our correspondent.) On Sunday night, the 17th inst., there was a heavy thunderstorm, accompanied with vivid lightning, and n copious downpour of rain, but more nun than fell on that oc casion is wanted for thepurposes of vegetation. The young grass is growing nicely and the crops are looking well, and there ie every indication that there will be a very fine spring. The Mutual Improvement Society held a meeting on the 21st iust. to make, arrange ments for a soiree, the object of which fs to raise funds for augmenting the library. A good collection of bonks is regarded us an important adjunct to the society. Many persons are induced to become readers who would never take up a book were it not for the facility of access to read able books afforded by the library of the society. The Good Templars continue to hold periodical meetings and are receiving fresh accessions to their numbers. Quite a snn Sitioh hns been created here by the lectures of Mr E. Johnston...

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

HOP BITTERS ABB (THE PUREST, AST) -BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. Tksy :arc compiled from Hops, Buclm, .Mandrake .(iPodopliyllin), and Dandelion. The Gldeet, Best, most JHeaowned, and Valu able Medicines in the World, .and in addition ?contain all the best and most effective curative properties of all other .bitters, being the greatest Liver Regulator, Blood £uri6er, and life and Health .Restoring Agent on Earth. Ask Tour Druggist «i PJiyeioisu. Donot8uffer.orietyo«rfrieiids€uCet; but use -»nd urge them to use Hop Bitters. Remember, ilop BiTTEKS'is no vile, drugged, .drunken nostrum ; but the Purest and JteBt Medicine ever made, and no .person -or family -rhoald be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If .you are suffering 'from poor health, or languishing ok a bed of eickueos, take cheec, isr HOP Blffl'liRR WilA^^JliK YOU. Jf you am s JfinitU.c, and have .ewuwonlsed ycureulf wiU: your ;i''ftoral duties 4 or a Mother worn out n it'u 'm:o :i ..1 wort, HO.' Br,rT£U.S WALL- HESTORE V-HJ. If y»n: sn...

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BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

V BLAYNEY. | (FROM OUU COltllliSPOXDKVT.) Business. — Ar the letters »f iifwspnper corresjionJentH invarirthly b°s;in with the above hexding I suppose I mint be in the fashion and commence this communication likewise. Bitumens iu Blayney li;is been any thing but brisk during the punt few duvx, indued our storekefipors have hiid such woe begone expressions of ccuntenmiceR that it Ihs been positively jmiuful for n person of * cheerful turn of mind to piy thnm a vUit, for they would be painfully reminded that this woild was bat it howling wilderness after nil. I hiii very glml therefore to be aMe tn chronicle (.liis ia not a pun, mighty compn.) there is now some indication of things com mercial looking up tt bit, and the lugubrious expressions on the faces of those interested are clearing up. Messrs Hawke and Plumb, and Sampson and Perkins are going in ex tensively for extension of promises. They each intend to have handsome show windows, by which the fair daughters of Blavney might be...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. Queen op the Mount G.M. Co. — Mr J. Williams reports : I am liappy to report that a great improvement has taken place in the claim within the IhbI week ; in the cross-cut at the bottom of the winze, at the depth of 138ft. I have struck a reef that will average at the least 2ft 9in, and as far as I oun see it appears to be making longer. It iii in settled country, carrying a good font and hanging wall, and, what has very seldom appeared in any of the claims here, there is a good letgo to each, which is a great consideration as regards the working of the reef, which shows both coarse and fine gold ; thin reef has been cut after going through a blank of 72ft. Now, I think this ought to stop tnoso people's mouths who pretend to see miles under the surface of the ground, for there are those on the field — and not only on the field — who would bet their bottom, dollar that thoie would he nothing found on the. field but surface shoots. I have had ray su...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEA MEETING AT MARANGULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

-- . ? TEA MEETING AT M.AKANGULLA. A most tiuccesofiil tun tiuietin^ was held at Murangiilla (Five Mile Creek), on Wednesday last. The day was beautifully line, mid large numbers of people, estimated at over two hundred, turned out to enjoy themselves The object of the tea was to augment a fund tor the erection of a Church of England in that neighbourhood. For some time past the inhabitants iiave been working hard to raise sufficient money for tho building, and it was thought that an entertainment, of the kind mentioned above, would, by its proceeds, help the object very considerably. A large com mittee was formed which set to work with praiseworthy activity and the result was on« of the best arranged and most enjoyable tea meetings that have ever been held in the Carcoar district. An excellent booth was erected on the mte of the proposed church, almost immediately opposite tliePublicSchool, ^and punctually at the time advertised (2 p.m.) 'tea was on the tables and the doors thrown ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday. The Premier wof in his place last night and was received with loud cheering from both sides of the House, he announced the inten tion of the Government to press forward all measures promised in liis opening speech. The Land Bill will come on in a fortnight, Local Government Mm in time to pass through the present session. Mr Lackey for private reasons was desirous of retiring from the Ministry, but owing to difficulties which mignt arise, reference to Garden Palace and the condition of the Premier's health, he hod agreed to hold office till the Ministry went out together, whenever that might happen. He further said that for a week or ten days he would refrain from any lengthy attend ance in the Assembly. The committee pro ceeded with the Criminal Law Dill to 429. It was intimated that Balmain, Bourke, St. Leonards, Redfern, and Canterbury wero entitled to an additional member for which provision would l-e made at the next general election. Th...

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

a stitch in time saves nine is a common proverb, with an equally common applicability to every phase and circumstance and transaction of human Ufa An initiary step or action often saves much subsequent trouble and incon venience. If those wl'o am threatened with gout, gravel, dyspepsia, indigestion, nervous debility, flatulence, nausea, or kidney oompWnts, would only use Udolpho Wolfa's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, they would, if not suppres sing any decided development, at least prevent any aggravation of their disorders, Five centuries of success. — Towards the end of the 15th century, the Swiss discovered in their mountains an aromatic and tonic herb, wliich, on ? -eing incorporated with a pul-e stimulating ' element, proved to be a moat potent appetiser, i tonic, and assimilaut. This compound was I thence forward known as the Duw of the Alps, and under that name has enjoyed a well-deserved celebrity for nearly five hundred years. Of all the liquuurs wo have ever tasted it is the ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR LICENSING DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 30 September 1882

/\ ojvi^-'-1^ LICENSING DISTRICT. ' TV folk-wring return of publican's licenses wliirii li:tv.. been issued for the year commenced 1st .»»!., i882, and ending 30lb Juno, 1883, upon ^c, lili'j.-ites granted under the ' licensing Act of ].. -*-',' is published for general information. '.iiiiiiii John, Carooar, Cancoar Hotel, iv.'irett James R., Milbuiu Creek, Milburn Creek Hotel. Rgan Tliuinas, Euroka, Australian Anus. .Smith John, Blayney, Tattersall's HoteL Smith John, West Carcoar, Stoke Hotel. Hade John, Oarcoar, Royal Hotel. Mulally James, Blayney, Exchange Hotel. Daviee John Henry, Blayney, Commercial Hotel. McCloskey John, Ljudhurat, Lyndhurst Hotel. M 'Vicar, Dugald, Trunkey, Commercial Hotel. Patterson Samuel, Blayney, Criterion Hotel. \Valsh John, Trunkey, Corner Hotel. Simmons James M., Tueita, Post Office Hotel. Derwin Win. John. Near Carcoar, Criterion Hotel. Melvillo James, Hobby's Yards, Farmers1 Homo Inn. Boxlmll George, Carcoar, Count House Hotel. McKell Robt. P., Mou...

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

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT CANOWINDRA, THE TJIOJ1 OlTOHBBEn STilllOK, YATTEj^DON. -fTATTENDON was bred by W. J. Dangar. JL Esq., of NeotalielJ, Singleton, and got by Yattendon out of Her Ladyship. YATTENDON, by Sir Hercules, out of Ois eandra, is tbe Eire of Chester. Reprieve, Jav'lin, Sweetmeat, Graud Flaneur, Dagwortb, Vulcau, aud a host of others. Her, Ladyship by Yelrerton (imp), out of Alrina by Chatterbox (imp.), ont of Violet by Gratia, out of Camilla by Camerton. YMTENi'ON's PERFORMANCE : Tatteisall's Meet, N.8.WV 1878. Free Handicap, once round and a distance. Time, 2min. 802-IOsec. ; ran Becond in a field of sixteen, Mikado 1st, Yattendon 2nd, Colima 3rd, Macaroni 4th. Newcastle Free Handicap, 1& mile. Time, 2min. 17sec. ; ran second in a field of six, Apology 1st, Yatteudon 2nd, Black Swan 3rd. Orange Annual Races, 1S79. Won Stewards Purse, 1J mile. Time, 2min. ISseos. ; beating Jacko, Othello, Colima, aud seven others. Cowra Annual Races, 1880. Won Town Plate, beati...

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LOCAL ENERGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

LOCAL ENERGY. Bcocbss in life whether iu communities or individuals depends very much upon the amount of energy displayed. A man with out -mprfy is like a ship without sails, and dr fts along the ocean of life in such an aim less manner, that he is liable to be ship wrecked by the first storm that approaches. His whole career may be paved with good intentions, but unless they are carried out with pluck and perseverance, he can never hope to reach the goal of success. All of us have laughed at the quaint picture of Dickens' has drawn of ' Wilkin's Micawbkb whose existence is one scene of petty shifts to live, aud who cannot even earn bread for his numerous family, because he has not . energy to face hard work manfully, He is like a numlter of every day dreamers in real life, waiting continually for something to turn up. Thus his useless miserable life passes away until at last he ' Goes down to the vile dust from whence he sprunjr, Unwept, unhonored, and unsung.' What a contrast does...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

Australian Mutual Fixe Insurance Society. . (Established :1S72;) CAPITAL £100,000. With power to iucreaBe to £1(000,000. 33onues— 20 per cent, paid annually for the hat 9 years. ^DIRECTORS-, Hon 3ohn Sutherland, M.L.C., Chairman. WUliam Hezlott, Esq.; M.P. TVilliam iDay, Esq. 1 John Wetherell, -Esq. Alderman 'JameB Green, J. P. . . MANAGER: 'Walter Church. . THIRST Tire Society established in the colony on; J} the Mutual Principles, giving policy-holders back part -Sffn«r premiums nan cash bonus out of) the profits every year. Policy-holders are perfectly free by law from all; .liability* y Fifteen clays grace ^allowed for payment of srenewal premiums. ? ? Prompt and liberal settlements for fires. Damage by lightning and explosions by gas. paid. ?Fire Insurances at Lowest 'Bates. ?Offices :— 184 Pitt-street, Bydney. 3. O. DODD, Agent for Carcoar. _ YISIT0BS TO CABC0AB Could not do better than Pay a Visit to the ; 'Court Souse Hotel, Which is now under the Personal.Management of GEOR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

aF&EMING&Ccv (LATE N. BOUCHARD!1), '|)I!G -te inform the tubfe of Carcoar and J- Sftstaict, that -S»ey 'have purchased tlte Basanessof Mr N. Bobc^Xrdt, and hopetto receive «. fair share of patronage. G. F. and Oo. have oft 'hand a Grand As sortment of Fashionable OaM and Silver ?Jewellery, and Gold and Silver Watches of every de.-icrip'-fon. All W«tw: I*^^ts anil Jewpllory Jobs done on -ft* IftvWiscs in a Workmanlike Stvle. J; JOSEPttSON. Manager Adela.de SSti-uet, Blayucy.

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JOSH BILLINGS SEES THE COMET. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

JOSH BILLINGS SEES THE COMET. I had herd a grate deel about the kommet, but had never seen it, so I sor a feller hoo told me that it got up at daylite. I did the same but cood see no kommet. Then I was told it got up at orl ours of the nite — so did I but never sor it, tho I got an orful kold and stif nek gallipin round the hous in a very airy kostume, or iu other wurds, in mi nburt I used tu hav a pare ov shppera on but wun nite I lost wun in the wet frosty grass, which made me kuss bo mutch that I wakined the magpys out ov thure innercent repoos on the hilxide. After that incerdent I gav the kommet up for sura time, indeed I made up mi inind'tliat thare wos no sutoh thing and that the pepel hoo sed tliay sor it wur drunk, nr had a tit ov the orrors. But at liust I wos told that it was bigger and luvlier than ever, and no wan new wen it got up. So I maid up mind tu sit up orl nite so that wen it felt inklined tu rise I shood see it. So I put a chare on the bak verandur and sat douu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

Don't Forget the Great Land Sale at Cowra takes place on Saturday, October 21st

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MANDURAMA PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

( MANDURAMA. PONDS. (FROM OUE CORRESPONDENT1.) On the 20th ultimo, G. E. Long, Esq., M.A.. Inspector of Schools, inspected the children attending this school, and, ns usual, they passed a most satisfactory examination. The teacher was complimented by his superior officer upon t'lu results obtained. There is to be a tea-meeting bev; on the 9th November, the proceeds of which are to be givon to Mr. John Austin, who has so kindly lent the building used for school purposes, aud also a portion of liis linddock for a lilay-ground, for the last twenty yeai-is. Further particulars will appear in your journal shortly. Laying poisoned baits for dogs still continues to bo the rage in this locality. I think it is time the police, or other authorities, should make en quiries into this matter. I w;is of opinion that poisoned baits wove not allowed to be laid within half-a-inile on cither side of a public road ; but here they are laid, or thrown into a man's yard. Some time ago, a petition, numero...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

HOP BITTERS ARK THE MJKEST, AN© BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They *re compiled from F«i|ir, Buclm, Mandrake (Podophytltn}, *nd \ Dandelion. The Oldest, Best;, ro'ist Itanowned, «n-l Valu able Mu.iiciuob in me World, mid in mUlitinti ' «outain nil liie best unil most cH'eulive curiiivo 'properties of all other hitters, hoing the fireatnst t ljvor Kogulator, Blood Purifier, and iife and *leallli Restoring Agent on Earth. Aak Your-.DriiggMt 01 Physiemii. Donot.euffororletyoarfHo!M5sKuffui; but use -»nil urge them to ubb Hop ISittkiis. ? '* lteincinber, Hop Umrcns ib no vile, dttuggcil, .drunken uoslruiu ; hut the. ]'i:rost aud JJesl Medicine ever inaiie, aud nu uursuu 01 iatuily -liuuld lii) without it. . ' VALUABLE TRUTHS. } \ If you are nuffcring from poor health, or i 'languishing on .a bed of sickness, take cheer, for 3 HOP JUKKL'KBfi WILL OUKK YOU. « If you oro* Minister, and hare overworked ' | ycurself with your pastoral duties ; or a Mothei' ( worn out with care and work, HOP BITT...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALI). Grants Amalgamated G.M. Co — Mr T. G. Williams reports : — No. 1 Tunnel : Ex tended 7ft, total 217ft, reef 3ft wide, pay able, have. 100ft in length opened up in one continuous run ; on the 2nd instant we commenced to cart quartz to the King of the West battery. We immediately put on a party to sfcope, and I expect to be able to get from 250 to 300 tons before the machines will catch on us. We are also stoping at the No. 5 shaft, No. 3 tunnel which will with the No. 1 tunnel enable us to keep crushing for some months. No. 2 tunnel : Cross-cut west extended 3ft, got beyond the water, and found it coming up from the bottom of the level with considerable pres sure, about 250 gallons per hour, which ha? ?every appearance of permanence. On the 5th we returned driving the main level, south level extended 2ffc, total 70ft, ground hard. We have a new make of reef in the north level, which will be able to work as soon as a paddock is formed, we shall fin...

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