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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

Prospectus of the Lyndhurst Milling Co., (LIMITED), LYNDHURST, CARCOAR. CAPITAL, £10,000 IN SHAHES OF £1EACS. These Shares are offered to the pnblic at £1 per Share : Is. per Sharo pnyuble on application, Is. per share on allotment, and the balance at Is. per Share per month. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: Ma. S. MARSDEN, Blavney. Mb. T. GOODMAN, Milthorpe. Mr. J. N. CORftY, Carcoar. Mb. A. EMMS, Lvndhurst. Mn. E. DEATH, Lyndhurst. Mb. H. LEADBEATER. Lyndhurst. Mr. J. McCLOSKEY, Lyndhurst. Mb. C. E. WILSOV, Walli. SOLICITOR : Mr. J. O. DODD, Carcoar. BANKERS : COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY, Carcoab. fT^HIS COMP4.NY is being formed for the purpose of erecting and working a Steam J_ Flour Mill at LyndLurst. It is proposed to provide a plant possessing all the most approved improvements in Roller Milling Machinery, with dptatched stores for the storage of grain, etc. A valuable site has fawn secured, the gift of Samup) Marsden, Esq., of Blavney, adjoining the railway line, from which it...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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GALLEY SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

GALLEY SWAMP. Digby and Sons are still raising nrst-claas stone ; in fact, what they are now getting is looking better than ever. They have from GO to 70 tons at grass, and intend to com mence crushing the latter part of this week. jluc ixuiuc-YiMu .l'uumu vuiuisaiiy tiro making good progress in erecting their pumping and winding machinery. The engine and boiler are in position, and they expect to have the poppet legs up to-day (Wednesday). They are still prospecting and have struck two veins north of their main shaft, containing good payable gold. Lane and party's mine hap been purchased by a Melbourne syndicate who intend to erect a large plant ou the mine almost immediately for pumping, winding, etc. Some of the shareholders iu this compauy have n°s-- purchased tbe right to mine in Mullalh's paddock for a term of five years, for the mm, of £400 cash, with the privilege of a second live years lease at a yearly rental of £50 | e.r year, to be paid in advance. They also intend to er...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

^^^^^H^ j^^^^^^^^Hfe by notifying the ^^^^^J^ ^K^^^^^^^M papers do not arrive, ^^^^^f ^^^^^^^^^^Hlro iho neglect occurs. ^^ ^IHHI^^rc Advertisers. ADVERTISEMENTS for insertion in the next issue of the Carcoar Chronicle muft be lodged at thJB office by 10 a.m. of Friday. Alterations in Advertisements must reach this office by noun on Thursday, to ensure such alterations being made in the next issue. AlteratiouB in advertisements appearing on our first and fourth pages must be lodged before noon on Wednesday. The last two rules also apply to withdrawals WEATHERJbtEPORT^ CARCOAR STATION. DAY. RAINFALL. THERMOMETER. ? IN. PTS MAX. M1N. SATURDAY ? 0 0 75 55 MONDAY ? 0 32 78 50 TUESDAY ? 0 0 75 45 WEDNESDAY ? '0 22 65 45 THURSDAY ? 1 43 67 47 FRIDAY ? 0 0 75 45 ~ ? ~~ 1 87 ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

Commercial Hotel, .;, CARCOAR, , if' 'o. #rtcHELTi begs to return his Bincere ' fcJi thinks to Mi ' numerous customers for the kind ! patronage TtSaeive& daring the last twelve months *nd topes i-J? strict attention to keep the best, brands of liquors in stock to merit a continuance of their favours. ' CtoodSix«ta11 Stable and Best Billiard Table in Twm ? ?' - - _? ? commercial tB£arsi»a« coic PA2TT OF STDNET. CAPITAL. £600,000. EESERVE FUNDS, £725,000. CARCOAR BR4.NCH. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Highest Current Bates. T'\BAFTS granted on the Bank's London Branch \j - and on its Agents in the other Cnlonios, Eng land.Irel&nd, Scotland, and elsewhere. BILLS DISCOUNTED, ADVANCES made on liiena on Wool, and other Approved Securities, «nd all usual Ranking Business transacted. J. A. McKILLOP, Manager at Carcoar. Aatv* % 1884. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. IF YOU WANT CHEAP GROCERY JOHN TAN KEY, GROUER, FRUITER, ETC., ETC., ETC (Adjoining Old Court House...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRICT. [The Editor will be glad to receive reliable information regarding current events in all Darts of the district.]

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THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. SVBSEV, Friday. The Treasurer's Financial Statement was made last night, 'The total charges for all services of jjr-rsent year, actual and estimated, is I8,G14,27G, and the estimated revenue for the year L8,45S,225, which leaves a debic balance of L156.051, The reduction in the Estimates for 1SS8. as compared with the authorised expenditure for 1S87, amounts to L5p,6i2, which sum is obtained through a readjustment of the sahries of civil servants. The ?Government propose imposing from 1st July next a tax of 4d. in the pound on unimpro»ed value of all lands which may exceed L500 in value, and from the same date a tax of same amount on the capital j-eserveJ and deposits of all banking, mortgage, and loir, companies, insurance companies, and financial institutions of whatever kind. It is proposed also tp reduce duties on timber from 1st March, and from same date to abolish duties on bacon, ham, butter, and cheese. The estimated revenue for 18S8, including propo...

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THE LATE RAILWAY A[?] DEATH OF CHARLES PIVETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

THE LATE RAILWAY ACCIDENT Death of Charles Pivett. It is our painful duty to announce that Charles Pivett, the victim of the railway accident recorded in our last issue, expired at the local hospital on Sunday night. He never fully recovered consciousness, but hope was entertained until Sunday morning, when symptoms of compression of the brain set in, and he rapidly became worse until death ended his sufferings shortly after ten o'clock that night. He suffered intensely all day, but as the end approached he became calm, and finally sank peacefully to rest. When it   was seen that there was no hope of recovery his friends were admitted to see him, but he failed to recognise anyone, and never regained consciousness. The sad event cast a gloom over the town, for poor Charlie's honest worth was known to almost every member of the community. Work on the line was almost suspended on Monday and Tuesday, and the funeral, which took place on the last-named day, whs largely atten...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

DEATH. Pivett — At the Hospital Carcoar, N.S.W., on Sunday, 27th November, 1887, from   injuries received on the Blayney-Cowra railway, Charles Pivett, aged 26 years. Ballarat papers please copy. The Carcoar Chronicle AND BLAYNEY AND COWRA GAZETTE, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE MOUNT McDONALD MINER. FOR THE INJURY OF NONE, FOR THE GOOD OF ALL. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1887. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

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BURNT YARDS MAILS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

BURNT YARDS MaILS. , . TO TlHE.'^Eilir*. ? -A ^ SBjR.^-See'i»2 a teitet utt'jliwed in jlhe Cnrcuar CiironiclH of November 12ih Iroin the. Uitclwr-Secret^m', G.P.O.jin -ie|erenoe «o, letterR and' paper/ went to Burrft TTardfi by tntilninn every S^mday raornini;, we, the undersigned residents of Burnt Yard', deny the truth of the Uarcuar fostuiaHters s'«ce inent that he has alwajs forw.irded our letters by I lie lu.iilm n. Such was not the c.se until Novem|jfr 6 j).j.c«4.iiyjlEl^rs or; papeis for the Gold Hill C.-mpmy, or any a.idrOHHud to the care of the manager, were -he only ui»ll« sent by mail nan. The Carcqar Postti.ast' r positively refused to serid, iewf-rSii |y^ p jiliiMn j^i{hS-{«| ^rf wt^. «'Vi|i| wnftu they we-e aflSressed to pe.o|)l« h« has known tor year-i, bus, any person, even a stranger, cnulH get fleiters* H^id papers (for Burnt Yardo witlioutHii oider. Please insert this in vour |ia|.er and, oblige Y'Ur«, etc.. Robert Murray, Miner. Robeiit Rutherford, Miner. Thor. M...

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VARIOUS MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

VARIOUS M ATTEHS:. . Too. Late. — Correspondence rfrom 'Mount McDonald reached us too ]»te for publication in this issue. : Will appeir next week. . Don't ItEEP It.— We shall be obliged if tne pBrson^wpo iijB «pprnpr»tedfour copy of Sooiety*oitwo-«iPt*rreB rftcerft Occasions will send it along when he has- re»d it We are not particular, hut we like to see ;our ^exchanges 'some , time or othnr. . f / Ci^ooAE PoLipE CoORT.-i-At the' Pojice Ppnrtjpl Tuesday: the oase, Hdaspecitor of Niiisancw*NT. G. 'Mftchetr was' withdrawn, in consequence^, of thei inforrufttion being; .defeotiyy. JosepXBaker, for indecent . be 'bavio'ur, was fined M.x . That's You.— ReaderVsjfyno canj afford to. take ilit paper and have borrowed this oopy. you are a mpaji piati^ and ,i)ie person .you borrowe^it; from '^oesp'f thint muoh of you. You apprppriate the time and skill of those who produce tha-papor, «nd don't piy them for it. f^a.ish6», iyoii' ste»l!th'e produce of their labour. If-yoa 'don't subsbribp to ...

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MOUNT McDonald. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

MOUNT MCDONALD. (FROM OCR COEEESPONDENT.) A vocal aud dramatic enlertainuient was given at the Union Oh arch on the' evening of the 26th instaut by ttie pupils of our head teacher, Mr. J. Kinglock. Tlie chair was taken by Mr. W. K. Ea«down,J.P., Und pro ceedings cuoimenced at -8 o'clock by a short address from- that' gentleman, alter '.which louowea in uue oraer me various periorm ances con.sistiug of, firstly, a nell-ezeciitrd overture by Mrs.* Pait«rf(}|ianot'«-rte), and Mr. J. Piikin'gton (piccoid)'; ' nSfli, * solos, duets, and choi uses by the chile rea and youn^ lady assiatants (the Missea Webb, Fleming, Packer, and Minister). Among the inaLy guod selections of the evening, sunie ot the most notable were ' Flowers,' by Miss Collie j 'The Siav^ Girl's Dream,' by Miss Patterson j 'The Basket Girl,' by Miss Eva fiitsdo.wjij^CUilerflfcrriiiV'ihy Miss Anuie Tatteisa.ll; !' Jenny Luiila Farewell to Eng= land,' by Miss Alunstei ; ?« The FishHraian and His Child,' i-y Miaier-W. C. E'i...

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A Great Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

. A G-reat: Problem. — Take all the Kidney and Liver ' '' 1~~- '? Medicines, —Take all fhe*B^qop purifiers, — Take al! tbe Rhwimatic remedies, — Take all the Dtspepsu. and indigistion ??* ' ? ' CPEKS, —Tale all the Ague, Ferer, and Bilious Specifics, —Tale all the Bbain and Nerve force - REVIVERS, —Take all the Great Health restorers. —In bHOft, take all the ' best qualities of all these, hjhI the ' — best — Qdaumes of all tbe best medicines la the world, -pd yjou .will hnd- that ,Dr.v Spnle's American — Hop Bittkbs hare the best curative qualities and powers of all -t-oonoentbatbd —In them, and they will «uro when any or all of thes(V.singly or . — oombined — Fail. A thorough trial wilt give positive proof of this. - HARDENED LIVER. Siva years ago I broke down' with kidney and liver complaints aud rheumatism. Since then I have been unable to be about at oil. My liver became hard like wood; my limbs were puffed up and filled with wa:er. ? All the best phyaicans agreed that nothing o...

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CO[?]GNATION OF [?]R. GARLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

c!SI[^^HfE^^romNATroSF;lt)F~ C(«m^%esd^n%!tWmi4ii-a-l'-wbiltS be^ho best Jjourab to pursue in, the case, of Hrl'C/L. Garland* Senior nfembor forUhe' disuior, resiguine his tent iu Parliament. It wus proposed a^fd secouded tint a committee of responsible pecguns ue tuimed to canvas the' elwuorace tor tfMJUuriptiuuri to present that genUemaa-with Mt^tuuonial, nud- i^so tu proyjiig him' .witfia tin- pujfiuipcft t^'pay hiB expenses till the iNj for uuyuieut ot members is i»us8td.~-S. M.^bita'ttlcL . : -. r.\ An effort ^'irf- being Wade^ : get' M?. Garland not to resign for Cartmar. llie people have no truer Irumd iu the A^Beiuuly. SailunJ is a mau as well j'iked as. Jitfjvis^wpl] reBpected. — 3uuday News. \^ Mr. C. L G*rl«nd, M LA., Iinfehds resigniiig hip popitipu.ns member for Ceicoari in a few weeks, aud Mr. J. P. T. Cauitieid will contest the seat. — Lithgow Mfrcury. c , The Australian Star says tliat Mr. E.- A. Baker -f i\\ jffobabl? t«u; fpr Carco^r /u the Pcfcteptfoni4 interest i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

A- Vocal and Instrumental Concert ,. , .. . , Will be given in aid q£ BtP-fi* (S.uSch^Ak^ in* tho!lUl^ ft li !J W ''' ' .Music, CBrcoar, on i.i ? ?? ?; .. , .:: .TSHJEISDA^ DBGBMBBR 15, 1887. PROCRAMME.-PART I. OverturP ._« Der F.eischu.z' ? ..Mr«. RnWteoa Urle-,— ' be» Our O rs' ? ? Lady and Genilemeb AmateiirH bo „,—?' A Warrior Bol.1 ' ? Mr. R. R. « S,,,i.h S^.lo,— 'A nme Laurie' ? MrH. Warner Du.t,— 'FloaiiugAway' ? Mis-es Single aud Sim Sol...-' Waitin- - ? Mrs. MarkR . Rectati.n... ? Master Kes,,itt Hulii, — 'Tne Sunshine'.... ? ?„ „ . ?? Mi»B Links Soln,—' The £kipp.-r an.l His Boy '.. TTT. ..''. :.!!'.';'. ! '.'.'^'.'.'r.V.V.'.'!'.'. !fl*.' ilr. VVtriifr Part Som{t,_-' Mrithnr Are Tnere Angels Dwelling '...... ? .....jfuv-e lile Ci oir Solo,—.' DoIIv'r R..rH,1Be » ? Miss M. Davi-on .' Coui.c Sun- in Charncter ? Mr. Jei,tjns^' Interval of Ten Minutes. /-' part ii. y Overture^' LesH..gnPm.i s' ? ...; ? Misses Parker and Fitrpatrick - oolo,— ' Go den Lov» ' ? v / Mis Rout-rtson...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

?': CJNOIi AIMED LETTBBBjs^ Thfi follbwitig is aliit of Unclaimed leWBire now Jyiiig'atflarcoiir Post OBIor, which wilb b? forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, Sydney, if not claimed before, the . 12tb Ificta'iit '.—,.,, ,..,. , Atkins M^ ' -??? e»inHbri Tliomaa Duffy J.C.. '_)?;- Donritily Jttinea -' Denneen Jack BvHrB Enook-2) Finuoine Clmrlps - ^''iSoTiL olr8.'A. *.? French fli'A. ' '''_ ^QvxnwW Junr., X .-..SiN*i»ff. y '---I- ! IceiyT. E. Joyce's.'1 'I^nehap A. J. (2) ?Murrane Mrs; ' ' '? McArthur John ' Moore' Mrs: J.s ' -Moller Volmet S. ;NiokTiffTrd.': ' : ' N6Un'John ;.lfe4j?irMi|rO.JP0 .. Wickera Charles '?a. %t rioskiNGf :T- ?: ..,.,.-. '???-^pbBW^Bet':--

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[?]TED POETRY. [?]ONG OF MUSCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

^ ^^?PRare of muscle. ^^^K«y lor the lordJjr muscle ^^B™ hey (or the brawny limb ! ^^P-g hey for the men who tussle sr And whose aoula are never dim. Hurrah for the lordly athlete With the einewy arm and hand, Whose pane is ever replete, Who U lord ot the sea and land. - Bid the atudeut seek his oolleip, No odea are offered for him ; What are the triumphs of knowledge To the victories of limb I We know the god we should follow, We've nothing to do with mind Its prices so barren and hollow ' Satofy none but the blind. Kendall we think was a duffer Who eouidn't compare with Beach, Gordon a poor, dreaming buffer Fit poor old women to teach. Kendall knew naught about rowing,' Gordon was not a crack bat ; And we're a trifle too knowing To worship noodle* like that Sing hey (or the lordly sculler, And hey for his trainer too. Though oar heads are hard and duller Than the men of Timbuctoo, We can recognise good ' science ' And the worth of a giant limb, We can join with great reliance In t...

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PRESENTATION TO MR AND MRS. DUNCAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

PRESENTATION TO Mfc-ANB' MRS. On Saturday Avariing lust a number of j$1ati?ss -and friends ;0f the late Mr. Piveit mrt at the Royal Hotel, Oarcoar, to present -Mr. and Mrs. Duncan; warder and matron at Jtoe Uarcoar Hospital, witn a purse ot soVereignB, in token of the subscriber's appre ciation of the care and attention bestowed upon deceased at the hospital. '?'? Mr.' R. Smart having been voted to the chair, said he hud satisfaction in presiding Aver that meeting, which had been called to ^recognise in a tangible manner their high appreciation of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan's great ifeiudness to their . deceased comrade, whose loss they all so deeply deplored. It was good for'them to krrow that bis every want had been attended to, J and they were very 'sensible of the landness of Mr. and Mrs.' Duncan. The amount they -wer« ablo to give them was not large and in no way measured 'their appreciation of. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan's .Berftces, but ^itwasaeporopanJed by goodwill 'and' hearty wishes fo...

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BEE CULTURE. PRACTICAL PAPERS ON BEE KEEPING HIVING THE SWARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

BEE CULTURE. PRACTICAL PAPERS ON BEE KEEPING (BY 3. B. CAMFBEIX, SOUTH BATHTjaST.) HlTINO THE SWABM. ? tt -will beeeen from the-obore that the sooner (lid tTTftna -is safely housed and moved from the viaoity ibe better. It seems that when bees I Are thus clustered they are very easily handled. [ they are on their food behaviour and will not volunteer an attack, unless they are actually injured, or by being pressed by the garments of the person taking them. My method is to tuck the trouser leg into the boot to prevent any from crawling underneath, take my coat off and tv.,n up my shirtsleeves and take care that all ionsf garments are removed. I take an ordinary ;.;.-; f'..ket and holding it beneath them strike --!e bough on which they are clustered a sharp bio*-, wh-:;. nearly all of the bees will fall into it. Sor.; ?tinea I do not get more than one third of them, but that is sufficient; the bar frame hive is er&nStng. on ' the ground as close as possible to wherethe bees wi...

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[?]ON ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

^PiPKNli^^BETISlNa ' ' ' ?BoroewXaeem to think that if they spend a pound in u^'»rtiging, then immediHtely they ought to iowiWc Jsrgfi and Appreciable increase in vheir b/sioeas, wherea* if they Uke but thirty shittings extra they net a profit of fifty per cent, on tficqroutlay It is scarcely to be supposed that anjadrcrtisement hue ever brought a less rettn than thin. Indeed if it brings but a sharNpf the' custom of the rewspappr people, the nrtarn will be more. The wise shopkeekm wHttook to adver tising as be does to securing arikeligihie stand for husiaess, upon g*s, and uponSuaiiiting up his name and trade- -that is, he wr^ti-gird it for an indispensable trade charge nectary hb making hioiBRlf known and hi trad ins; tV notice of the public to his establishment. It is not to be exacted that customers wil) seek the principal in a business nnd tell hiir. that they come to liim because they saw his advertisements; like othnr reasonable men and women they merely ask the salesmen tor ...

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DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

DRIFT, (BY QVIZ.) Margaret (Jam ib an English lassie aged {forty-five who may claim to have hud a fair aliare of .Government support; She has l.o wed to the Bunch 230 times for drunken ness and- disorderly conduct, and only recently «he jogged along to do ' seven days ' fur hor oldrnmusement. Them 4fe patientF on the medical books of thtt Driffield Union, whose united ages amonnt to 153Uyears or an average of 76 J years «aou. ' Wiiat jolly old stories could bo diuhed up by that little club of old uns. A handiuap . foot r*ee was ? recently run . froin Lambeth Bridge to an hotel near by, the ?Fleece Tavern, for £5 a-aide. A good start wbr effected, ; and oue of course got to th'e' fini&hing {joiut before the other. Both I were weighted alike) «aoh currying a sack of Kapd^ghing^lba, , ,.,.-,?:.:....?? l^riust how h\& ? fa/rtfvrell to- the Chroniole ^JL&tiTgMdo ikr as ' JJMft is concerned. ' As this is my lust effusion ii nder that heading. ?-Pressure of work in ...

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