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"THE BULLETIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

'THE BULLETIN.' 'Tin grand to note the ouward march of truth 'Gainst superstition's high, but crumbling walk), And grander still to know, Oh ! splendid truth, Your gunB are quilta, men's honest thoughts your balls. For many years the colony of New South Wales lias lwe.ii Rinkinu dwin'r ttini tieHuer .iu the oocan of corruption. Tlie iwet.hiug ni|U nauseous waves have been gaining in strength with every gust of tlie strong wind of avaric. Politicxi activity has bean displayed only in the effort to secure personal guin. Pttriotism hatilain prostrate with the dagger of the money oorat Nbeiillii;d in her unselfish breast while the Pi-nns Iiiik lieiill conducted by on tbe otlior sidtt ilong the smn/itSi and fi'iny downward path of pleasure into the groves of apathy by the lilii-i.-ility und seductive iiidiiunctss of that scoundrelly litu-rtiue, the. State funds manipu lator ; and if at any time she lias opened her mouth to utter words of sympathy for tho. prostate Levile, Patriotism, it ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF APPRAISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

COURT OF APPRAISEMENT. A Court of Appraisement was held at the Lyndhnrst Hotel, on Saturday morning last, by Mr L. Biddulph, L.S., to enquire into the value of certain improvements made upon land under lease tu Mr J. L. Cobb, and selected by Mr J. Toshack, junior. Mr Dodd appeared for Mr Oobb, and Messrs North And Tucker for Mr Toshack. The following evidence was taken : — J. Lithgow Cobb, deposed : I waa a lessee cE a portion of land in the parish of Lucan ; 1 held it as a prelease by virtue of my purchased land ; I know the portions numbered 299 and 300, selected by Mr J. Toshack, and these portions are improved ; the first portion was selected on the 18th July, 1878 ; on this portion at date of selection was erected a very substantial 3 rail fence ; the rails were stringy bark, tho posts of red gum and stringy bark, and erected in a proper manner ; the value of tho fenct on the 40 acres was more than £30 ; there are about 140 rods of fencing on the 40 acres : the fence even now w...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

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Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Hgld Over. — Owing to a large crush of ad vestisements we compelled to hold over our Oanowindra and Bigga correspondence, and other matter in type unti&ext issue.. Ode Telegrams. — Owing to our telugrams not having arrived at 6 p. in. , we are compelled to go to press without them. Carcoar Cricket Cwjb.— Our knights of the willow are to-day to try their prowess with the Blayney Club, when it is expected that there will be a good display of cricket. Tlie following are the Carcoar players: — Messrs F. Oatley, K. M. Lindsay, J. Hade, L. Biddulph, E. Biddulph, Sheran, W. Ousby, Butler, McKillop, Sal way, and Neal.- Mr J. B. Combes will act as umpire. It will be admitted that the above named players forma much better team than any that has for years past entered the lists on on behalf of Carcoar, and they will go in with a determination to win. It is pleasing to see the spiritthat has been shown by the members of our club since the commencement of the seas...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT CANOW1NDRA, THE TBOKOUCEBBID .STALLION, YATTENDON' ?vrATTENDOST was bred by W. J. Dangar, JL Esq., of Nootsfield, Singleton, and got by Yattendon out of Her Ladyship. YATTENDON. by Sir Hercules, out of Cos «andra, is the sire of Chester, Reprieve, Jav'lin, Sweetmeat, Grand Flaneur, Dagworth, Vulcan, «nd ft host ot others. Her Ladyship by Ydverton (imp), oat of Alvina by Chatterbox (imp.), ont of Violet by Gratis, out of Camilla by Camerton. ' YATTBVUOH'B BekFOBH/LNCEI TattoraaU's Meet, N.S.W., 1878. _ Free Handicap, once round and a distance. Time, Smin. 302-lOsec ; ran second in a field oi sixteen, Mikado 1st, Yattendon 2nd, -Ooltma 3rd, Macaroni 4th. Newcastle Free Handicap, 1| mile. Time, 2min. 17sec. ; ran second in afield of sis, Apology 1st, Yattendon 2nd, Black Swan 3rd. Orange Animal Races, 1679. Won Stewards Purse, 1| mile. Time, 2min. 13secs. ; beating Jacko, Othello, Oolima, and seven ?otters. ?Cowra Annual Races, 9880. Won Town Plate, beating Rain...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 October 1882

BIRTH. STINSON. — On October 1st, at Stanfield, near Carcoar, the wife of A. L. Stinson, L.S., of a son. SThc (fitccoac €lmwtck AND BLAVXEY & COW II A fUZETTE. FOR THK INJUKV or NINK. rilK Tttlt UKOU OF ALL. SATUUDAV. OCTOBER 14. 1882.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

iff ^PjijSuffes TO STAND THIS SEASON AT CANOWINDRA, TBI IROVOUOUBB1D STALLION, YATTENDON1 -TTATTENDON was bred by W. J. Dangar, X Esq., of Neotsfield, Singleton, and got by Yattendon out of Her Ladyship. YATTENDON, by Sir Hercules, out ofCa Bandra, is the sire of Chester, Reprieve, Jav'lin, Sweetmeat, Gr»nd Flaneur. Dagworth, Vulcan, and a host ?of others. Her Ladyship by Yelverton (rap), --»t of Alvina by Chatterbox (imp.), out of Violet by Gratia, out of Camilla by Camerton. Yatrkuon's Performance : Tattersall's Meet, N.S.W., 1878. Free Handicap, once round and a distance. Time Stain. 302-lOseo. ; ran second in a field of sixteen, Mikado 1st, Yattendon 2nd, Colima 3rd, Macaroni 4tb. Newcastle Free Handicap, U mile. Time, 2min. 17sco. ; ran second in ii field of six, Apology 1st, Yattendon 2nd, Clack Swan 3rd. Orange Annual Races, 1879. Won Stewards Purse, H mile. Time, 2min. 13secs. ; beatirigjacko, Othello, Colima, aud seven others. Cowm Anneal Races, 1880. Won Town Plate, beatin...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

MINING INTELL1QKNOE. MOUNT M'DON'AU). AusTnxiAsiAK (I. M. Co., Limited. — Mr Win. Martin, nuiniigei', reports: — No. i shaft : l\Ien still engiigerl in unditrhand stojting ; reef rather broken; 25 lorm «t quailz raised from the aU-|»es during (lie wnek j cross-cut driven west towards new sliafl. expect to break thcough ih two days- New slmft sunk 12ft ; total 38ft. No. 3 ahaft : South drive ex tended 2ft ; reef about the same as last reported ; now «ng:igert breaking stone from three different slopes ; alouo Dot quite so good this last week ; 40 tons grassed during the week. Continuation of Clarke's reef; Shaft sunk 7ft, total 19ft; reef about the same sice slightly improving in quality. No. 78 lease : Shaft sunk 3ft, ground very hard ; vein without change. Iso. 4? lease: Shaft sunk 3ft; veef large but poor and hard. O'Brien's lease: Tunnel dri veil 3ft ; stoping back of the tunnel , reef throughout showing good payable gold. We shall wash off about 75 or 80 tons during the middle o...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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A MISSING BARONET. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

A MlSSfNU JlAHONET. It will lie remembered tlnit news vmb re cnivod Jiy the San Francisuo imrit -t|mt the English High Court of Justin: had mu'le an okIii- for the pre.suintion of death of Sir Willmni Oougreve, Jast lieaid of in New Ze»hin-i. The '? Nelson Muil ' tells lh-- fullowiii' sti'iinse story rcgai'diuu the iiii&ine- luionet: — ' Sir , William Cougreve at ou« rime \v;iH well known in Nelson, having h»on A iHsident in the province from 184'.) to '52 or :53. Ho first took possession of u block of land and squatted on what is no-v known aa-tlie Hjllej-ndea liid in tbo Wairau V-alley, whei-Pj' «p' Ctb « wwiy-'Jfew years -ago; 'the remains of his whale were still to be seen. A little later he removed tn the month oi the Awatere, and toox up a portion of the Vernon run, and from, thence he wandered away to the Wnijiapa boat harbour, where he resided for 11 time accompanied by a lady who had temporarily Jinked J-er fortunes with his. But Waipapa boat harbour was far too dul...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CRICKET MATCH. CARCOAR V. BLAYNEY, [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

OfilCK-B-T. MATCH. CXnCOAIt V. BLAVXEV. The Cnrcoar and , Blayney Olubs mot for the first time this season on Satur day last, on the Carooar cricket ground. There was a fair attendance of visitors, and a rood sprinkling of -ladies were present. 'Flin Dlnfrunn rtunfunn wnn fliA tnoct an/) decided t? send Jliolpoftl team In the wickets. Really. 'Jfl'n'e ' cricketing weather which prevailed. Biddulph aid Sherring, the first representatives for Carcour, were opposed to the bowling of Tapp and S. Marsh. Tlio opening of thu game wns event'ful in a disaster befalling Biddulph, who after making four singles was run out, 1-0 i. P. Oatley filled tho hrroiol), but shortly «fterwards lost his partner (Shewing) who was splendidly hnwl--d fry J. Mimh 8ml lftirinpr for 2-8-18. The ctnion of Oatley and G. McKillop did not, bipt long, for a trimmer ftom Tapp sent Orttley tu the rightabout for 5, 3-5-19. Hade then joined McKillop, but the first ball ti-om J, 'M'li'iih oeijt him t-m:k ro tli» jinvilio...

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MR LYNCH ON THE LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

MR LYNCH ON THE LICENSING ACT. We cull the following from ' Hansard ' of the 21st ultimo: — Mr Lynch regretted that thu Adjournment of the House should bu moved so often as no good acose from it ; on thu contrary, it did harm, as it delayed the public business. He should like to make sonic remarks witn ntgaru to the statc intmt which hud been limde— that it was within the power of the Sucretary for Ijonds, by regulation, to put a stop to some existing evils in connection with the loud. It was impossible for the Minister to do so ; he could not enforce a regulation which would override the law. Pending the passing of the Land Bill the Government ought to introduce a measure to suspend the laud lawsj it was only by this means that dummying could be stopped. ? Half of the available land would be taken up by dummies from the erysipelas hospital and other public institutions before the Land Bill could be passed. . He regretted to find that tho Government had not yet brought ? in a measur...

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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

B A. T HUilST. (ritOM OUn'OOKHKHPONDItNT.1) Strange as it may spem in this land of plenty, a man was brought in from ftydal to the Bathurst Hospital in a dying state from starvation. Jnijuetty verdict according to the evidence. ! Two days rain last week and a heavy full ou Sunday afternoon have had thejeffect of saving our hay harvest, (and , making the country round look ina'gniticeht,'i'' i 'iiave heard some farmers say that a little more is needed for the wheat, but half a loaf is better than no bread, and we aru thaukf ul for small mercies. Air James Rutherford, the managing partner in Bathurst for Gobb -anfl-Oo, has conceded the eight hour. boon tojlll employees at tli« works of the firm. Monday being the tirrft day of the new system, the men on leaving of at 4 p.m. paraded the town, headed by a band and displaying banners, &c. It is to In; hoped the two hours daily taken off their labour will bu profitably employed by thorn It will brt remembered by joiir 'readers that...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

SALE BY AUCTION. . ? J. STAMMERS HAS received instructions trom Mrs Brady to sell by Public Auction, at the POUND YAlfD, CARCOAR, '. , . 0 ._- -Jj oif' .'.' C -??'- THURSDAY, OCTOBER SGth, 1862, ; at :12 o'clock, ] 10 head of good.cpwB^uid «teers, and il good ?cow with young-caif, a-good liiilker. ? TfiRMSCASH. J IBNCHEOJi AND PICNiT,; TUESDAY NEXT, 24th INSTANT, ( . AT ORANGE. . F Pi E E T O A L L..1': , .; EXCUnSION TKAIN6 Jrom Ba«*urstA0.i5 a.m. on morning of sale mid -froin Dubbo .1230 ??lay previous, calling ot'intennediate Blatious. . POST P 0NS-2CE S3? ?OF SALE BY AUCTION T OWN L OtS At what will 'be *tlio TlourislaaB Tc^rasliip of Lyadfcurst 9th November. ? BLOGKS SUITABLE. 1'OK KUSINESS 1'LACliS, AJSD BEdlUENCUS, JJearly opposite -and. in close. proximity to the £i^l-ogoa3teiilwuy Site. BEAR O MIND Xvndhurst is Centrally Situated and will ^be the R Ail WAY S T AT I ON ;FOB . ,. .. : 'The Afocrcrombie, MdtmlvMcDoniflfi, Two aiilc Creefc, Enrdka, and ?Canowindra. No other spo...

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MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

\/ MOliNT MAOQUARIE. (FH0M OCR CORRESPONDENT.) The equinoctial gales, whicSt blew with great violence, were productive of considerable ?-Vmosphei-ic disturbance. The sun, in crowing the Hue, itunaunced Jus entry into the southern hemisphere in his usual boisterous nnd unceremonious manner, by nearly un rooting houses, blowing down great trees — the giants 01 tho lorost — und 111 sundry other mischievous ways. The gales have, however, done some good — they have been followed by frequent and abundant showrs. Tlie rain lias not coui'' before it was wanted. Gloomy :i;-;:rt-iiensions were beginning to occupy the mindn of farmers Hint a season of drought would supervene. The rain has partly dissi pated these gloomy forbodiu«R, and fanners a--e now indulging ;n pleasing anticipations of a tine seaso 1, abundant crops, remunerative pric-'ft, and, iu confli-quence, a pluilmric con dition -.l' their fiuunces. Messrs Sibert and BiishIc iiliotogrsplicrH fmiu Mflbuiime, huve j/.-tiJ tii'm (iloce...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, '?/ The Criminal Law Amendment Bill 'passed finally through Committee last night, and the report was adopted. ?????? ? , The second reading of Berwick's Mining Bill was earned by a large. mnjority. . The second reading of the Land Bill has been fixed for November 8th. ? ? ' . All the men -engaged 'on .the Ncnean water works Jbawe struck. ... . ? ' Mrs Ba^niwell, 4ipad .mistress df tilie K,edfern Public School, about whom a Parliamentary ' -3omimtlee sat soine time shicq,'r has been, ?suspended and requested ita show cause why .slw sliould not be dismissed tlie public service. Sir Henry Parkes'-lias promised shortly to ?address circular letters to the' Australian ^Governments, stating what lias .been done with reference to repeal the .duty -on v/o»\ imported iirto A merica from Australia: Cattle market scarcely1 so linn, best price 22s Gd per lOOlbs. Fjheep showed a slight ?decline, prime Jot cross-bred wethers fetched Hs. . . No English -cable news....

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MANDURAMA PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

y MANDURAMA PONDS. ?(from our correspondent.) Is these any Government official in Car coar, whose duty it is to see that sheep 4c do not trespass on town reserves 1 if so, I would politely hint that he take a ride out ' occasion ally upon this road for the good of hjs health, tins] vwnt-nnt. 4-1 i£t rrvnae -iinnn 4~nie vaca^fa fnt- the benefit of carriers. I am informed that grass is scarce, here. ?' Those gates to those gates ! ' has been the chief topic for conver sation for last two or threo days, Numerous arc the reports about the person who wrote the . question, through the ' Town ? and Country Journal,' which appeared ,in last Saturday week's issue. It is reported' that a certain farmer, when he heard about it, was taken so seriously ill, that he had to leave off his work, and sought advice {neither medical nor legal) from a friend or servant/, not far distant. I must say if I had been asked for a cure I should have prescribed* bundle oi straw, *nd a wax /vesta' for each gate....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

a. FLEMING- & Co.! (LATE N. BORCHARDT), ?QEG to inform the Public of Carcoar amd XJ District, that they have purchased the Bmskhsss of Mr N. Bokchakdt, and hope to receive a fair share of patronage. «G. ¥i and Oo. have en l»and * Grand As ?.sortment of 'Fashionable Gold and Silver Jewellery, *,nd Uold and Silver Watches of «very desi.-riptbii. ' All Watch Ttepwiirs and Jewellery Jobs «!one wu tlje I'\i-oBiisi»s in t, Workmanlike » Style. I J. iOSErHSON. Manager, - A4el*Hte. Street, Blaynuy. \ ~ SSjTICE. j Caroo&t Cricket Q-rouacL 5 fpENDKRS we iR^teo' ap to Wednesday, ) A 25*5»stenl, torthe rigfet in GRAZE not j exceodis^SOO SHEEP -»tl-S'CawsM*-5ricket * *'* ? 4T.A.MCKILL0P, j . ?? ?'? Trustee. 1 Hkt fecoav Ctanide AN© BL^YNEX & CQWBA GAi^TIE. i rOR THE 1NJOKI' or'NINK, FOf- TUG GOOD OK ALL. t ? . *.. ??*??? T'^ ~ ~ ' SATURDAY. -OCTOBER 21, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

-AustMlian. Jtatuai Pire laairai Society, |(JEstablishcdd872.) rCAVITAL W0O.0O0. Withqwwer toineraase to £1,000,-JOO. HBonues— 20 iper sent, paid annually Sot Uie -i 9 years. DIRECTORS:; iHonOohn Sutherland, M.L.C.,' Chairoian. William*Hezl«tt, Esq., M.P. MVilliam !Day, Esq. 1 1 John Wetherell, E Alderman James1 Green, J.P. MANAGER : Walter ?-Dhwoh. T7IIKST Fire Society cstabliskddtnt the eok-ny- J1 the Mutual. rnneiples,tgivingi policy-hold shack- part of their iK-wniumsas a oast bonus out 4he profits every year. i Policy-holders are; perfectly freeby Haw from ?liability. ) Fifteen days grace allowed for payment' nrencwal premiums. Prompt andiiberaV-settlementB for fires. : Damage by lightning and explosions by:gas pai . Fire Insurances at Lowest Bates. Offices .-—184 Pitt-Btreet, Sydney. J. O. DODD, Agent for Carcoar. VISITORS TO CARCOAR Could nct-ido better than Pay a Visit to th ?Court Souse Hotel Which is now under the Personal Management a GEORGE BOXKALJ PBOBBIETOB. MODERATE C...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

^ LOCAL Xlfe G$NERA'L,NEWS. Eeeata.— In cur last 'tafeuij me mis^stated'vthe the term? on ulhichL^eMSne' Were admitted as members of the Licenei^ Victuallers' Association.; Tim ienjjswe ; — Ijjfe member (not in the trade) £5 6s. ; ?JnemBeSiittlw^r^i^.'li^^ t t Heid;X)vee:— W« ihnve been compeftSa :«£ bold CMr.tMeura Hawke and Plumb's alteration ? of advertisement until next 'issue owing to its not harms arrived until Friday mornine. Okicket.— A meeting of the managing com mittee of the Carcoar cricket club was held at Hade's Royal Hotel on Thursday Jast All the niemliers of the committee were ptesont, viz., ' Meilisrs''WeStI McKillop, Hosking, Lindsay, Hade, Fox. andvQatley; (Secpetwy). Mr J. A. McKillop 'wai ..voted to the chair, it was decided that die charge for admission ^t the gates ahould be Is., members free. PropoaeSlsy Mr Hoskinc, seconded by Mr Lindsay, — 'THnrt Messrs Hado, Wjis't, and pitloy US;(^-iy^ig- select* .^emt\to^flny tho' 'Forest'^oofa team.' Carried. The secret...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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OUR RAILWAY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 October 1882

?OUR .RAILWAY' J-INE. VTie 'have treoaivefl information ion reliable authority -&n& tenders for the 'construction of -fche railway -line from Biayney to Carcoar, *nd Cowra,ien*oufe to Muprumburrah, will be called Sot trithin. 'two or three months time. Wefeave great .pleasure in congratu Sating'fce reagents -of the district upon the result of -their 'eaeigetic action, in agitating for the construction of this end of the line. If it had not been'-well -worked for, there is no doubt that the sound of the iron horse would not have been heard in Carcoar for years to come. The number of its opponents were many, and what was of more conse quence they were very influential, and could do a great amount of work against us by side winds at head quarters. Their inosfc vital interests were opposed to it, and when this is the case men we uot very particular as to their taode of working. The matter may now be looked upon as having been finally settled, and the residents of other d...

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