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MOUNT MCDONALD SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

mount McDonald small debts COURT. Tuesday, October 24th, 1882. (Before T. A. Smith, Esq., P.M.) Richard Nevilln v. James Luke and party. — Cl tim for 8s 7£d, work and labour done. Non-suited. R. A. Collie v John Anderson. — Claim for £1 10s, cash lent Verdict for amount claimed and costs. Collie and Haugh v. John Cheeny.— Claim for £7 5s lid, goods sold and delivered. Verdict for amount claimed and costs.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

J-on't Fail to Invest in One or More Allotments at the Great Lyndhurst Land Sale, on Thursday Next, November 9

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

TO STAND THIS SEASON *-* AT CANOWINDRA, THB THOK0UOH8EBJ) STALLION, YATTENDON.' YATTENDON was bred by W. J. Dangai, Esq., of Neotsfield, Singleton, and got by Yattendon out of Her Ladyship. ,.««„. YATTENDON, by Sir HerculeB, out ofChs ?Sandra, is the sire of Chester, Reprieve, £««?»? fiWeetmeat, Grand Flaneur. Dagworth, Vulcan, ^ and a host of others. , , Her ladyship by Yelverton -imp), ?out of Alvina by Chatterbox (imp.), ont of Violet by Gratis, out of Camilla by Camerton. Yattkndon'b Pbrtohmancb : TattersalTs Meet, N.8.W., 187S. Free Haudioap. once round and a dMtanoe. Time 2min. 302-10sec. ; ran second in a field of eiSeeat^ikado 1st, Yattendon 2nd, Cohma 3rd, Macaroni 4th. . Newcastle Free Handicap. 1£ mile. Time, 2uun. 17see ; ran second in a field of six, Apology 1st, Pli Yattendon Sntl, Black Swan 3rd. Orange Annual Eaces, 1879. , Won Stewards Purse. 1J mile. Time, 2mm. In iSseos. ; beating Jacko, Othello, Cobma, aud seven Cowra Annual Races, 1880. Won Town Plate, beating R...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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A FAMILY BURNT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

A FAMILY BURNT OUT. About half-past 5 o'clock on the mm nins; of Saturday last (says tlie 'Braid wood Despatch ') a fire occurred at Major's Creek whereby a mother and her family of children were completely Burnt out of hoime and home. On Friday n'u-hfc-MrB T. Cook. whds#liusban-l was absent atifif Molonglo diggings, was en gaged to a late hour in ironing clothing, and it is supposed that soot in the chimney must have been ignited by a spark from the fire and smouldered during the remainder of the night, subsequently being fanned into flame by the wind. At about the time mentioned above, Mm Cook was aroused from sleep by the crackling of fira in the adjoining apart ment, and on opening the door of the room names -*nu emoice were rapum earned in oy the draught, and soon the whole of the build ing vm bnrning fieroely. ? As the House stood on the border of the township, and at a con siderable distance from the nearest habitation, some time elapsed before the screams of the poor woman w...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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THE BALMORAL GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

THE BALMORAL GGJ.D MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. MINING MANAOEE'fi SBPQBT. Mount M'Donuld, 4th October, 1882. To the Shatehnldflra of the Balmoral Cold Mining Company, Limited. Gentlemen, — I have the 4iowoiir to l«y be fore yon the following report of the progrpsw made and work done iu your wine during the 'half-year ending 30tli Sjwtember: — No. 1 Tunnel has beeu driven 49ft 6m,«nd is novr 75ft from the entrance, or 95ft (Silt from the cnoimencamcut uf the approueh The ground for most of the Pittance has Wm lmid alute und in now imrder thun ever. Thw may be an indication of the. firoximity ol nj lode. Two men ouly have beeu employed «m thin work. No. 2 Tunnel faun been driven 87ft 'Gin, fund the end is 180ft Cin ffrm the entrance, -or 206ft from theeororaenoeiBewt-of the approach. The ground has been vwy imrd throughout. About 10ft further «n the south side und, :21ft on the north BL&e'*£ the tunnel will com-* plete the connection with N«. -3 shaft. This work has been done on ?...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LAND SALE AT LYNDHURST RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

X A N D S A L E A X LYNDUUilSr j RAILWAY STATION. On Thursday next, the 9th November, Mr Warner will submit for sulo by public diiction 85 allotments of land at Lyndhurst, ^posiie the proposed site of the Railway btution. There is no doubt that within a short time tliii land will become very valuable, because Lyndhurst being the most ueiibrui, muab ul iieue&sii^ ueuuiiiK i*ne must stirring business town of the Carcoar district, ltd position, about half-way betwetn Blayney and Cowra, will in .ke it a place of much im portance, besides which it must be the depot to whicli all the traffic from the Abercrombie River, Mount McDonald, Canowindra, and the surrounding district must tend. The land to be offered for sale will include some splendid business sites, and business men should not neglect the opportunity of secur ing an allotment Already arrangements have been made for the ereciion ou the land of a large building for the purposes of a general store. Farmers . living neat the...

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MANDURAMA PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

MANDURAMA PONDS. (from our correspondent.) On Saturday and Sunday last we were visited with a heavy downpour of rain. It has produced a bmile upon the faces of even the most hardened of the farmers. Many were despairing ; but no«r all fenrs of the continuance of the drought are driven away ironi their minds. All ought to rejoice, as none will be compelled to eat bones for mutton, and old boots for veal, and, besides, pay most exorbitant prices for the luxury. I am happy to say that some improvement will, most likely, be made in our moral train ing, che result of which will show itself sliortl), as some person has opened his mind very freely, I imagine to the proper authori ties, about the wicked, though common prac tice of shooting kangaroos, hares, itc. un the Sunday. So, sportsmen, beware! it may cost you more than thn powder and shot. No doubt, it will be a great comfort to the in former to think that he has been the mean:! of checking such wickedness on the Lord's day ; but, aft...

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THE V. R. C. MEETING. [BY TELEGRAP.] MELBOURNE, Thursday. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

THE V. B, 0. MEETIN i. [By Telegeap.] MELBOURNE, Thursday. HURDLE RACE. Lothair ? ... 1 Discount ? 2 Basilisk ? 3 ROYAL PABKES STAKES. Darebin ? ... 1 Lord Burghley ... ... 2 Liberator ? ... 3 Time 3 minutes 39| seconds. FLYING STAKES. Kingsdale ? 1 St. Lawrence ... ... 2 Larpent ? ... 3 SPRING HANDICAP, Standard Bearer ... ... 1 Lesbia ? 2 Czar ? 3 OAKS STAKES Vauciuse ... ... ... I Eva ? 2 Solitude ? ... 3 VETERAN STAKES. Commotion ... ... ... 1 The Assyrian ? 2 First Water ? 3

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DRUNKEN QUARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

DRUNKKN QUARRELS. Wr feel that we have taken a most nn pleasant subject in hand this week, but our duty to the public compels us to speak a few plain wholesome truths, do matter how un palatable they may be to some of our readers. Of late the- sut.ject has been brought home to us forcibly in more than one instance, and as several valuable lives have been sacrraceu, we reel cerwin uihl wo snail nave done some good service to society, if we can point out how drunken quarrels can easily be prevented, if the persons to whom we speak will ouly take the lesson to heart In country townships the habit of drinking heavily seems to have become a settled custom. Friends cannot meet, bargains cannot be clinched, and in fact the regular business of life cannot go on in a satisfactory manner, unless nobblers are introduced, and thus the cuBtom so insidiously becomes in stilled into our social life that we can do nothing without it The result is that the germs of & bad habit have sprung up...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Society. ((Established i872.i) CAPITAL £100,000. With power to increase to £1,000,001 IBonuea-430 .per cent, paid annually for the rlast 9 years. DIBBCTOHS; ; HonJohn Sutherland, MiL.C, Chairman. -WilU&m Hezl«tt, Esg.,M.P. William Day, Esq. | John Wetherell, E«j. Alderman James Green, J.P. ! MANAGER: .: Walter Church. TfillBST Fire Society establishedin -the colony on jj tho Mutual Principles, «ivihg. polios-holders; £ack part of their premiums as a ttwhboimB .outof - *he profits every yew. '?,,,. „ ' Policy-holders «e perfectly free by law from all, Jliability. . ' . . J Fifteen days .grace allowed for payment of, irenewal premiums. ' ' ' ' 1 Prompt and libenA«ettiemento for Bres. Damage by lightning and explosions by gasipaid. OfficeB ;— 184 Pitt-street, Sydney. 3. O. ©ODD, Agent for Oavcoar. VISITORS TO CAEC0AE j Could not do better than Pay ft Visit to the j Court Souse Hotel, Which is now under the Personal Management of ; GEORGE BOXHALL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

G. FLEMING & Co. (LATE N. UORCHA.RDT), BEG to inform the Public of Carcoar and District, that they have purchased the business of Mr N. BobciIjUidt, 'and hope to freoeive a fair share of patn»uag». G. F. and Oo. have oil hand a Grand As sortment of Fashionable Gold aad Silver Jewelkry, and Gold and PUw_ Watches of -«very dcR-riptirtij. All Wutoh uepairs *u«l Jwwellery Jobs done 011 Uie Prouiisus in a Workmanlike Style. J. JclSPPHhON. Manager Adelaide Street, Blayney. GREAT LAND SALE AT LYNOHURST. Thursday Next, 9th Instant. LUNCHEON PROVIDED. ^he Cavcoai* Chronicle AND RI-AYNRV ft OOWRA GAZETTE. FOK 1IIK INJURY OK N1KK, TOR THE GOOD OF ALL. SATORfUY. NOVEMBER 4, 1882.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. ' MOUNT H'DOXALD. Lady Mary G.M. Co.— Mr F. Collins, manager, reports :— The main Bhaft is now down 56ft ; we commenced a cross-cut, on Wednesday 25th, to cut the Western Reef ; we are in with the cross-cat about 2ft ; there was a change in the last stone whish we raised, but not ehowine any more sold than in my lust. West Balmoral G.M. Co., Limited.— Mr R. J. Champion, manage), reports: No. 1 Tunnel : During the past week we have con nected the south-went drive with the winze, which from the footwall is distant 13ft from No. 1 Tunnel. The reef, as far as we can see, liaB not extended north-BHSt farther than the end of the winze, but, in the aouth-west end it is makine large and showing jmynliln gold. Winze : Sincn hint report. th« winze hns hm»n mink a further depth of 2ft Gin, lotal from level 51ft Gill, and connected wi.,li No. 1 Tuiini-I. Tlie reet a«nrat{es all tliu way down from 15in to 18in in wH'.b, and rIiowr pnyatilo gold turuiiuhoni. We are now engage...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

POLICE COURT. Senior-constable Parker Rurnmoned Thou. James for rising profane language in a public place at Mount McDonald. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined 20b and 5s lOd costs of court, or in default 48 hours in the lock-up. Senior-e.onstHble Parker summoned Chas. Morris for using indecent lungiiHge in a public pliicu at Mount McDonald, De fendant plead, d guilty and was fined lOg and 5i lOd coRts of court, or in default 21 liours in the luck-up. The Rodeiick Dhu, from thn islands, brings a very ghautty tale. Murder and cannibalism without end The Hon. W. Forster, member for G und»gai, died at his rnRidrncp, Sydney, on Monday last. Also, on tlin same date, Mir William McAithur, at Caniden Pork ; he wan horn in 1800, tun!, consequently, he wa» in his 82nd year at the time of hut death.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday. In llin Assembly last night a Bill was in troduced to increase tin' salaries of Judges. It proposes to increase the salary of the Chief Justice to £3000. and Puisne Judges to £2,400 ; pensions to be calculate*! on a Iwuis of seven-tenths of tlie salaries after 15 years' HP.rvicp. The returns laid on the talile show that there were 39 members in the Upper House when the present Government took office, 33 have been made sincp. Loiters of sympathy, at tbe deptrnction of the G«rden Palace, have been received from the Governments of Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand. Private contributions to the museum nre being received from all quarters, over 1500 mineral specimens have already been for warded. The Supreme Court will be moved to grant an injunction tn retrain the corporation from using the city funds for the defence of the Mayor at suit of John Davids. No change in the state of the cittle market. The sheep market is somewhat lower, 541b she...

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LOUISE AND LORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

LOUISE AND LORNE. THE TEOTTING-HORBE REPORTER DISCOURSES ON THK1K PRECEDENCE. ' I understand,' said a rather subdued looking man, who' entered the editorial rooms yesterday afternoon, '* that there is a gentle man here who answers all questions sent to the office. Is that the case ?' u-CD uuii JU&u uuw, lupukAi a. jvuiik reporter, whose' principal occupation seemed to consist in placing his feet on a desk and telling stories of a not-at-all-doubtf ul nature to the other powerful minds who had quarters in the room. ' He's gone out to find how many miles per day a vessel will be delayed by head winds on a voyage from Liverpool to New York if Taluiage is lecturing in Brooklyn and facing east But if your question isn't too aerial in its nature, too high for us, perhaps we can find an answer for you with out waiting for the idiotic inquirer man to return.' ' What I wished to ascertain,' said the gentleman, ' was in relation to the Queen ? ' 'Oh, I know all about the Queen.' inter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

HOP BITTERS ARE THE POIIEST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from Fops, Ruchu, Hand take (Puduphyllin), and Dandelion. The Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Valu able Medicines in the World, and in addition cuuuiin all the beat ami most eliuulivu ouihuvo liroperties of all ot.lier biUeru, being thd gieatrat Liver Regulator, Blciod Purifier, and life and Health Uebiuriug Agenc uu tiartb. Ask Your Druggist oi Physician. Do not suffer or let your friends suffer, but use «nd urge them to use Hop Bittbks. lieuieinber, Hul- Bittkks is uo vile, drugged, drunken nostrum ; but tko Purest aud Bosl Medicine ever made, aud it* person or family »hould be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you are suffering from ,pour huaiUi, or languishing on a bed of 8iukuet.it, take cUuer, fur HOP BITl'tiES WILL oUKK YOl-T. If you are a Minister, aud hare overworked yourself with your pastoral dutieB ; or a Miituer worn out with care and work, 1 HOP BITTERS W'llX KKSTOUE YOU. If you are a man of bu...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 November 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Tee Wiuthbr.— During the past week the weather has been most delightful. The rain which fell at the end of last week had the effect of cooling the air and giving a fresh look to everything around. The grass is growing splen didly nnd the crop* are such as have not been seen lor yenre. job rarmera are in excellent spirit* and anticipate having a good harvest On Thursday morning last there was a sharp frost which plnyed havoc among the spring vegetables. Tea. Mebtinqs.— The usual anniversary tea meeting in connection with St. Peter's Church, Shaw, will take place on the Prince of Wales' birthday (November 9th), and promisee to be a great success. A tea meeting will also be held at Manfluram* on that date, and will conclude with a ball at night. Sales bt Auction.— Mr W. B. Warner has been instructed to sell on Wednesday next, four Allotments of land situated in Mandurama-atreet, opposite Mr Jeremiah Smith's hotel, Carcoar. The sale will take place at the Royal H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

TO STAND THIS SEASON I AT CANOWINDRA, THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION', YATTENDON.1 -\TATTENDON was bred by W. J. Dangai, X Esq., of Neotsfield, Singleton, and got by Yattendon out of Her Ladyship. ? YATTENDON, hy Sir Hercules, eut of Cy-- , ??eandra, is the sire of Chester, Reprieve, Jav'lin, ?-?gweetnseat, Grand Flaneur, Bagworth, Vulcan, , ?aucl a host of others. Her Ladyship by Yelrerton -imp), out of yUviua by Chatterbox {imp.), out of .Violet by Gratis, out of Camilla by Camerton. Yatteu don's [Performance : Tattersall's Meet, U.S.W., 187S. . Free Handicap, once round and a, distance. 'Time, 2min. 302-lOaec.:; ran Becond in a field of -sixteen, Mikado 1st, 'JTattendon 2nd, Colima 3rd, Macaroni 4th. Newcastle Free Handicap, '1 J mile. 'Time, 2min. -J7sec. ; ran second in a.field of six, Apology 1st,' ; Yattendon 2nd, Black Swan 3rd. : Orange Annual Races, 1879. Won Stewards Purse, 1* mile. Time, :2min. 'IBsens. ; beating Jacko, Othello, Colima, aud .seven ? others. Costs Annual Kaces...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. Queen op the Mount G.5£ Co. — Mr J. W. Edwards, .manager, ireports : — No. 2 shaft has been cut down .7Cft;&nd skidded to a depth of 125ft, total depth is 150ft, from which I have obtained prospects calculated 4m intrnirn f.na iit.rvmof1. fHWinAanrm -1*1 4-liii Pti+nwrk oi the mine. The No. 3 shaft I Intend to cut down 6x3 being centrally situated for the better working of ±he mine. There is a quantity of stone at grass, which I intend putting through when the Battery is avail able. F am sinking a winze .-at tho lower level, in the south end of the mine, which ehows gold. .Bahhoral G.M. Co. — Mr J. S. Hartrick, manager, reports.: — No. 2 tunnel : The men are engaged completing the connection with No. 3 shaft preparatory to laying the road. Intermediatctumie'l and No. 3 shaft : Stoping north and south has been continued ; ou Monday, about 35 tons of quartz were broken and at grass-; ike stone is not looking so well. No. 2 .tunnel : The men...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 11 November 1882

ORIGINAL POETRY. A Mffi&ENTO OF MISS ADA TRANTElt, AGED ELEVEN YEARS, Adopted.davtgb.ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenworthy, of Carcoar. Unaided t-y the ills of life She .passed to Heaven while early youth Contained the sacred heart of truth Nor knew of passion, hate or strife. Her days were short on earth:; the sleep Of death fell on her and removed The darling hope, the best beloved, And we but mourn on* J'* and weep. And -tfhetefdre weep t Her infant soul iV Slmll rise resplendant from the tomb AmlburatDeath's bands, and pierce thegloom That keeps her ashes in control. 'Twas hard to lose her, but we must Resign ourselves to His high will, To God, who leaves us blessings still, To God theibouutiful, the just. Had she .been spared to us — hut no, She is not ousg — tfie.dare twtr&iirife On what -she might have been ; we drink But deeper.dr&ughts of too deep woe. She sleeps nnccinseimis of onr grief, A tender bud tno;£/tir.for earth, One that shall blossom and have bir...

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