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GOOLAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
GOOLAGONU. (from odb correspondent.) . The weather has at last assumed a more favourable aspect for both graziers and fanners. We were visited by several thunderstorms and steady rain set in on -Monday and continued throughout the night but at -the present momeut .the »ky is beautifully clear. The crops previous to the rain were looking very bad but even the amount of rain we had has relieved them of their parched looks, and the grass is beginning to shoot up splendidly, especially on our xiver data. ? Mr. Dwyer has opened his new stores with a good assortment, and I doubt not he will jbe able to keep .things going, if his prices are such as suit these depressing times. Shearing ia in full swing here. Messrs. Bowland Bros, started today, also Mr. Jenkins, of Aanima, both I believe being union sheds. -,.??- ? 1 was informed by the teacher of the Public School here that, tbe attendance this quarter bad reached SO, a very good average fora township. the size of ours, I believe the Cric...
CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
CONDENSED ITEMS. Whakawai was backed for £6000 to win the Melbourne Cuji. Tbe Queensland Assembly has decided to admit wheat duty tree. The feeling'iigainst tha new .Queensland ? tariff is. very bitter at Croydon. Carringion's levee at WoUOngoSg.' ; ' .'''7 Good miuerul springs have been found at Balliuiore, about 24 niilns from P.ubb.0.' . . .. ^g A woman named Annie JbnnBon ! Has \SKr been committed for ujal lor m savage assault. ^W She bit a large piece but ot' a/man's ear. ' ^ Mr. Brunker, Minister for LiiiidSj is to be -banque.tied at West Maitlaud next Tuesdiy', It is proposed :o fur-u a society In' Londoa .to' report on the mineral'' iCBuuices of.' the' 'colonies. ? : , . ?' ';'?' Mr. Eddy will probably enter upon his ? duties be Chief Coininissiouer foi Railways ?in aOOjit a week. ?' ' : ? '.'',' ')'' A branch of the Kailway and TramWHy Aiisociatiou was opened by Mr.Scbeyj M'P;,' at Blayney on Sutuidtiy. ' .'. %;. . '. .,? : A Sydney 8yndicaiebavettaken''up' ,300,04;' of lan...
CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
CABLE NEWS. The Emperor William and Prince Bismarck have decided that the publishers of the diary of Frederick HI. shall be prosecuted. The British Inspector-General of Remounts is not favourable to the use of Australian horses for supplying remounts for British cavalry. ' Brigadier-General M'lvor is now iu England organising an expedition to New Guinea. . Mr. Gladstone refuses to. subscribe to the Scottish Home Rule movement, aa he believes it would. prejudice ;the cause of the Liberal, party. A: select committee has been appointed to inquire into the serious . allegations made in conneotion with' the recent British ' naval manoeuvres. Considerable sensation has been caused by the discovery of the loss from the Porteraouth deck yards of a precious book on torpedoes. Alderman James Whitehead has been ap pointed Lord Mayor of London. - Count 'Nigra, of Italy, predicts a general European war; but Sir James FerguBson. speaking at Manchester the other day, Said that in his opinion there...
Department of Railways. Sydney, 29th September, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
. Department of Railways. ; Sydney, 29th September, 1888. Sib, — Referring to the representations^ the Mandurama Progress Oommittea that the present' arrangements, which compel passengers for that I place to give notice to the guard to Bet them I down, are inconvenient, and requesting that, in vie-r of the importance of the district, Man durama may be classed as a station instead- of a platform, I am desired by the Commissioner to inform you that it would appear from the report furnished by the Traffio Manager that the business done with TMandurama either in passenger or goods traffic is very limited, and until it increases considerably there will be no necessity for departing from the present arrange ments. Guards have instructions before starting the trains from recognised stopping stations- 1-- ' or^uire if there are anyjpasgengers for inter- '? ' radiate platforms.' -It the same; lime, however, i passengers wishing to alight' at platform's uie expected to warn the guard at the p...
LATEST FROM EUROPE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
gfiWE3T J-RQM EtTROPE.. '' . ? ?: .'??-?- ,' 'LoHDoir, Thursdav. Atc».4ntnulfcuous meeting of the share holders of the Bank of Australasia, a motion rescinding tbe proposed grant to the relatives of the late Mr. Parkes was carried by a large majority. - Bishop Kennion condemns the 'irreligions tendency . of )aw;making in Australia, navfcfrifilaffolv ' ad An ' if-firtaa lana mnnla^'nM gria» v*whhm. *j no w ?uwou rang a DKIuaviUK marriage, divorce, and. Sunday amusemente. AUfbrMgners residing in France must in future register themselves and establish their identity.?^; ^ V-V '' ? : '; ' '' ' Senator, J6nes1i& proposed to negotiate a treaty between a&giaud and Mexico- to exclude ^bifosa from North America. ???-?. Foreign residents at Canton, throngh their respective Consols, have protested agaihat the. arbitrary conduct *f Chinese officials- : The cruisers for the Australian squadron will be ready for lervioenext September. The Admiral^-r»re,l-i.lling to retain them to ...
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
OKFiOlAl , OOBBESPONDEiiTOB. The following lettero have been handed ub for publication :— ? - ' ' ' i '. Gfineral Port Oflloo, :.??',?:, , ?.? .i ?;,'?':. : ? \- ? Sydney, 27th'Beptember,:1888. ' Sik,— Referring to my' communication of the, 4th instant .relative to the petition— forwarded to you by Mr. O. Turvfey of 8haw— from the residents' fat. that plfoej' I am direoted by &e Ppstmaster- General to inform you that it has been deoided to convert the Shaw Boceivin^ Office Into a Post Offioe, on the 16th -proximo, under the, charge of Mr. W. Neal, Receiving Offloe Keeper. '?-? ???' 1;.; ?;:''????;.'., \, ''\ r ';. ''? ???'' ?/?'' '?':]/'' I have, eto., . ? . ; B;B. lOMBTOIT, ???. ! Secretary. 0. L. Garland, Esq., M.P., Sydney. Department of Mines, . ? Sydney, October Hat, 1888. Bm,— I have the honor to inform jou that, on the recommendation, of the VfssBsim% Bur.v^ , ? (jni Hiia^HII IHllliiliii liii Mil ii .hoa been pleased to approve of the following-groats heitxg made from...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT. CARCOAR SCHOOL OF ARTS SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
LOCAfrAlffi D)B3TMC£ OAJROOAR^ SCHOOL OF ^.HTS .SITE. The following letter has, been received by the Secretary of the School* of Arts in , reply to an appho^tioii for .the resnfljptlon ? of a piece or&nil^Qr.a site for |a School of sArts —«»^_ at Carcoar:— . - ???' — ? ' ~'*^«*fc. Department '?oliiinSs,., —'-iA- — oyaney, ana uotoDet, lues. Bib,— Eefep^.to your; tetter -of the Mth June la»t urglpK the resumption of certain land with a )riewf*o ibf: dedication H i a»itelor.a Soh()olbf4ij^*tO*^»Jr.I^d!ft«te-l to inform you that unR»P a .zeport receir«l f rqin : the District ^urt-^r *he Secretftty for Lands has ^tuJrtiee-llitt the a^vltpation in it* praient form ?--'? Bhonld nbt bb'ttiteHained. ? ''??'?- -^ ' ' For. the Under Beoretary. Tbe letter will be considered at the meeting on Wednesday next, when it will be decided what fuither action shall be taken.
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
MINING MANAGERS' 'REPORTS. The following reports' of ' local ' ~ mining managers have appeared in the daily papers during tbe week : — Central Cordillera. S.M. Co., No Liability* Tuena. — Tunnel: 13ft. driven, total distance covered entrance 132ft. Rock continue dark blue colour (quartette;, strongly mineralised, in borne places like a lode of bright, spongy iron, and jiast 'be approaching ' n '? lode.' Level ' iborlb on course of western lode driven 4ft, distance Jlfiiti composed of hard iron silicates like half -inch Sat. 'sheets on edge, with brown gossan between com pletely oxidised. East Oostigan S.M. Co,, JSTo Liability, Tuena —Tunnel driven 16ft, total length 66ft. Rock good for drilliug and shooting, and will now make ' more ' progress. ' Will - complete laying rails on roadway next steak.' ? ' ? - - Oostigan OordUlera S.M. 0o., N6 Ltabilil*^ ?Tuena-^-Tunnel ; 18ft. driven, total distanev from' 'covered entrance 306ft. 6in. Rook con tinues' hard, water coming out at every jo...
CARCOAR PRODUCE COMPANY. THE ALLEGED DISSATISFACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
OAROOAR PRODUCE COMPANY, v The Alleged Dissatisfaction. For some time past -the Directors of the newly-formed Uarcoar Produce Company have laboured under the impression that some dissatistactiob existed amongst the members' of the'oompauy. tJpon whut this impression was babed is not very clearly shown, but it appears to have had its origin in complaints of an undefined character made by one or two shareholders when called upon to pay their calls. They were dissatisfied, but with what or whom all tbe persuasiye eloqueooe- brought to bear upon them could not iuduce them to divulge. The Direotors, however, deemed the position sufficiently grave to justify them in oonvening a meeting of the shareholders ' to consider the advisableness or otherwise of winding up the Company.' This meeting was held in the Academy of Music on Thurs day evening- last, Mr. T. Fitzpatrick in the chair. ? There was a large attendance, three fourths of the shareholders being represented. The Chairman explained ...
Department of Justice. Sydney, 1st October, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
DeDartment of Justice. Sydney, 1st Ootober, 1888. Sib, — I am directed by the Minister for Justice to acknowledge the receipt of letter of the 21st ultimo, forwarded by -you to this Department from the Secretary of the Progress rinmmiitAa fi/it-diHara lirainir tfiA AHtnhlishmAnV of a Warden's Court and Court of Petty Sessions at that place, and to inform you that the same' trill receive due consideration. I have, etc., . .- Abch. O. Fbaseb, !j : -' '. Under Secretary. .0. L. Garland, Esq., M.P., Qarcoar.
CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
-©AROQAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. '? The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday last. , ? . Present: The Mayor, Aid; Fagan, Clark, Stimpson, and Hade. ?? ? : . The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. 7 The following accounts were' passed for payment: — . . . , _.- . Hawkm and men --£11 19 6 Mm R-a-liT ? '- ? ' -' 1 'fi ft M. McGairity and Co. -? '_ HI 6 ? Letters were read re tlie keibing and guttering in front of Public SchooL Carcoar, and; in front of the Gaol and Police Qaarters* A letter was read from the Department of Works to the effect that documents in tbe possession of. the Departnx n ?: i: '.:,??? ni irr.i Mr/ Burtlett Lad adverti; -i ioi: teutiura for road contracts in the Catcoar [)ujj--r, due that he was liable to censure if he did not exhibit ' the plans and specifications at the post office nearest the work to be tendered for. The discaBsion of Aid. Fagan'a motion re footpath in Naylor Street was again post poned. ? ?''? Aid. Hade...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
WEAT&E& REPORT. ? OABOOAR STATION. DAT. KAKPALL. THERMOMBTRB. i . ? u_ is. PTS. MAX. HUT. BATURDAY ? 0 0 63 45 MONDAY ? 0 0 64 35 TUESDAY ? 0 r,.O 60 ~: 45 WBDNESDAYi.:. -« ' - ? -0 66 85 THURSDAY., ? 0 0 . .68 50 FBfi&AY.... ? .? .0. . r, 7 63 40 .„ ? ...,,... 1 0 7 ? ?»_. AND BLAYNEY AND tkjWBA GAZETTE, WITH WHICH IS-IN00RPOBAXED TH$-.i;MfflJNI MqDONALD MINER. JOB -TH* ISSUBJ or miff, VOH THB POOP Of AIJ,. I-SAWBPAY, DCTQBE& 6. 188k~
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
, V:;:'.'';^' GBITCBAI.. ~ ' „ .lEhtomKt lae)te-« -are Issued from Sydney *Klton^e,*i#^l»yjiey, -t the following rati '&§El^$i$ ?«♦ .«b;j return. £6%. - ^^^^P'£»4s. ;-etutD, £416b. «d. reJWfelbf ^Ufdr Viotoriim lines and to Hay a Soii^ata&jMi allowed to break their jours for »«|r»k «n either do*n or np journey. 2 «*»!t.J||j-^B;Jiold $y the Stettonmuter whi wNnB^ffiJ^ JfraIPey f» broken until t j»%n|¥r*«pBDjaae»ib Jonroey. .' ' - ^Tli#- flteMftinh\iiHff or Offioon In Oharvn JHMlOHfe wnere , there' are trnckin? vards fjMpftMH-W flbwn we travelling permit traWMingirtatementa, or delivery notes -as t «^^#'lrpj» penpnatormadJi* live sto ' -??'??:?. .' ^ ','??, » . — ?: ? ? ? .. -&&B£X*aB OF AGRICULTURAL 3}» tfUDfripgare the chaises perloar-whedi track if or -the «arriBfle of hay, straw, and ehi from'O&rebar Station to the places 'named :— Dartinff HaW-dur— H»y. £8 lla. 8d. :' chaff u Dubbo— H*y,£l 18*. M.J chaff ana stm Orange-tJ«$. ... , - . ' . F...
THE LIBERAL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
THB LIBERAL PAETY. We.purpose publishing next week Mr. B. R. Wise's -recent address to the Liberal, imrt^Lttr^STeip;.',:, South'..,'. Wales. It will- be rfemembered 'that a hunch of noisy pro tectionists assembled «t. the/ Protestant HalL Sydney, on the 6 th September when Mr. Wiffe .ucuvoicu uu ni/ia uiu siuitug nuurcao ^uu kept -up— as is their recognised custom wbenayer .^' Widresa upon freetrade iB: delivered .in 'the -city— a constant din of Benseless and brutal interruption. ' Failing to conciliate the' party; of disorder the brilliant young Australian Liberal and law reformer mercilessly retaliated . with, thp refined sar casm of which lie is a piaster. ' The address contains such an. array of convincing facts and arguments that we will publish it if only to Bhow the marked contrast which exists between, the facts and logical .deductions upon which' the ad vcca'tes of the principles of commercial freedom rely and the reckless statements . and . plausible sophistry of the mant...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE CHILDREN'S TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888
J^OTfSS AN39 COMMENTS: THE CHILDREN'S TREAT. Mfe. '^tirlfcn j has met -ith a fair measarfi of success in her eftortajto provide ajreat for ? tire 'ydttttg^pWpW~6f?iffie!T:oWii which should embrace all claspes and creeds, and alt that is nowiieedea to d-aVe tho affhir a success is a sntile trom King Sol on the auspicious day. The idea of holding *ueh' a gathering is not new, and wherever it hae Ceea -carried out success hafiKeeiTftchieved. The good leeling that ha8 always existed' between the various wligions-de^qniinatiouB .in XJarcoar, and the absence of class prejudice or cliqueism tend to inspire 'confidence that the undertaking will 'be ewn. papre . 8upceB8ful here than in pluSDwhere so happy a state of ' affairs does not exteVi;^3» w«queney with which appeals have been made -to the public of late has prevented -many 'from Subsoribing who otherwise would have done to, but it is hoped that one and a^jeijl. assist in making the gathering a Buccfesa by attending and bringing their ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889
READ WHAT THE LEADOrO 'No Medicine introd'noed to the pnblic Bas ever met witlrtWe jmocess'.ftccoidfd to Dr. -/Bottle's American' Hop Bitters. - :It^«^^*C^,!«»at-ert:4nown-i|!nratSTo artleleintljB-woria ? It is famoBs by reason :49f|ts Jntesreot virtue*/ It does ali that Is : v dalBwd ^fcr '1U*.- ??'?. '.- ? . ?? : ' ' :- ' ^fiBNTijiitfiif,— 'So iaeaictae has one4ialf '- tlieaale ana gives euch universal satisfictioa , asypot ja.inerican^oplBittew;7 As several W maflwble ^'rosJ^Wwiiii nsAa here,'there iteai^' nuiaber oHwivboat© ior.youi medl ''Cjhe.' ?;,'? ??'',.?.-'.' -'???'.-?- i a- ;? ? ? .'I i&f? ,-&itMpiify toed American flop' Bitters for the past four years In cases of In , digcBiioni . deMIIW), .weatmess,. and to all' . . ; 43ite§se8,catkedi-/ poM.aird bad ventilation, ' wj&t ottif'and AeVcisS^oTbr-worfc.'and loss ';.;'. 6Ujp-atfe,*wlte tj^- most yeWfepj-.^hMs:' ' *, ',. '''-, $^0 jfr&teSt jlOUrighirig tefllo, appetiiorj . Strerifithjenei, and ...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889
jmaKl^m ?P^H^H^ mingled ?'?witli annor MPPtlprM|H^,z.ng the bell smartly he sent word ?pPs^ff^ifaerfp« 'that he wished to see her fpP^'' mpiBdjjately. . On her entrance he loused her r'^(! letter, *nfmg, *'Tb.ia unities of the .,. ??vernoss Hcheine. and Jetting tbat girl roam .: 'country,' ; - :. M?s. Eutherford finished the perusal ofthe '??.-i-ie'r',*'and thpn turning to her father, said, ? Well., t think, from what Dr. Bevan saysr -rtrude has befen very lucky. Her ; Mveriiesi schetne, sb you aall it, has been ? BtJ.-cdBCiife-of Borne gocd to her. Atanyrate ,«r future is safely secured, and from what die BeianS say Ae young fellow is in every %*y :vrorthy of her.' . 'Yes, but She appeftifs to toe such a child.' laid the 'Major, « you forget she will |)eBoon oineteetj— a, 'j^ear older than I WBSwfeen I was married,' eaid hie eldest daughter, ! ' _ Meantime changes imd! taten place in the ? ?«? Briarbink ' BBtafliBhmettt^ All tbe servants bad been dismissed with the exception of ? B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889
WHY HE DID 1TOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL HE COULBXEAP THEitTJSH THE AIR. My object in writing is two-fo.d ; to express my gratitude for a great benefit, \and to tell a shert Bjory which cannot fail ta interest the feelings of many olhefJL it v all about my.ielf, but I have remarked that when a nan tells file honest tratn about himself hejie ail rhe mere likely to lee of uie tofeis&illow-djKSEtures. To begin, then, yon must know I had long been more or less subject to attacks of bronchitis, a .complaint' that you are aware is very common and troublesome in Great Britain iu certain seasons of the year. Some imonths ago I had a very severe turn of it, worse, I think, than ever I had before. If was probably ? brought on by my catching coI0,aa we are all apt to do when we least expect it. Reel's passed by, and .my trouble proved to be very tbnUnate. It would not y.'eld to medicine, and I also began to have violent racking pains in my \ limbs and back, 1 (became greatly alarmed. I ciali...
OTHER CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889
Other CAsi*. -Jonn Greenwood (on tctnand) was charged with larceny.^ Sergeant SVancis said accused had been given, in' custody by Oharlea Kind, but there, was no evidence upon which to protiecnte. Kind, thereupon withdrew the charge and aooufied was diBoharged.' Oswald Schmidt dta not 'appear tosngwer a charge of drunkenhpsg. Bail estreated.