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CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

CABLE NEWS. A Chinese named Mong How has infwmed the Canadian Government that wealthy ' Chine«e merchants in America intend sendiug l^OOO,D0t) Chinese from the 3tates to Canada and Austraji;. The Colonial Office has received - information tending to confirm this statement. The Statist states that tho Victorian revenue returns are specially gratifying, but that those of N.S.W. are the reverse. The Economist, alluding to Australian trader, states that its rapid increase bag been simply marvellous. The milkman Barrett, who was arrested on suspicion of murdering and mutilating the boy whose remains were discovered at Bradford, has been discharged from custody. A revolution has oocured in Uganda, Central i Africa. The English and French mission stations were plundered and Christaiti natives massacred. The Royal College of Surgeons has formally censured Sir Morell Mackenzie for having published a book ' Tho Fatal IllneSB of Frederick the Noble.' It is expected 'that Germany will shortly i...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

WOOLBEOKBRS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. D ALGETY AND 0lDMP4St, LIMITED, SfDNEir OA.3PITAL— FULLY BUBSCRIBED, £4r000»000. PAID UP, £1,000,000. RESERVE FDND,Xl20,000. * Braaohos: Newcastle, MelTwarae, CrODloasf, Dunodin, CJaistclMiroli. Head Office : Loalon. ADVANCES. MAKE LIBERAL GASH ADVANCES ON MOST FAVOURABLE TERMS O2J THE ENSUING CLIP OP WOOL, GRAIN, AND OTHER PRODUCE FOR SALE IN SYDNEY ^1 .... OR SHIPMENT TO LONDON; ALSO ON ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF STATION SEOUKETIES. SMALL CONSIGNMENTS. BU0B1VB SPECIAL ATTKNTION, EVERY LOT BEING 0ABEFU1W SHOWN, AND PROTECTED TO ITS POLL MAHKET VALUE. SPECIAL FACILITIES; Their Warehouses being in close proximity to the Wharves offer special facilities for Shipment of Wool, saving expense of Cartage and axtra Handling. OFFISYDifEY-3 -KD 5 BENT STKEKT. W^BHOTTSBS-WtNDMILL STREET, MILLER'S POINT. 2ffiELBOmS2TE— SG BOURKE SriiEET WEST. SO. —NEWMARKET.^ ? WASTE PAPER FOR SALE j THIS OFFICE. DEEWIN'S STEAM GQRDiAL&LEMONADE WORKS BELUDDliA STREET, CA...

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COMMERCIAL. THE LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

COMMERCIAL. THE LONDON WOOL MAEKEr. Messrs Daig'ty and Co. report under dat; London, 30th November : — The begining of the fifth series of Louden Colonial Wool Salea, whioh had been fixed for the 27th instant -was practically postponed fot- a day, owinj,' to the opposition of a Urge section of buyers, to the proposed farthing bids up to 10d. per lb. Catalogues were printed, and the Bale was- *f .attempted, on theBB terms, but after about a scuro fe;r of lota had been put up, and a few sold, the V opposition became so violent, and noisy, t bat 'the 1 Sale room was turned inlo a tegular bear gurdtn, ' and the Bale had unavoidably to be postponed. On Wednesday n meeting was held between tbe Wool - Merubnnts Committee And a committee appointed by the buyers, which resulted that a compromise /' was agreed to, agi-eeing that bids should be taken | by farthings up to 8d. per 3b, and tbe u^ual half- I peony bids above the figure. This arrangement t 1 be in force for the present- series only...

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

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CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

CONDENSED ITEMS. ? Heavy rain, has fallen throughout Tas mania. Mr. Copelaod, M.P., was offered, but refused a portfolio in the new Cobinet. The total amount of overpaid rents and license fees recently refunded by the Govern ment who -£156.952 19.4. Zii Mr. John Davies intends to resign his neit in thf Legislative Council and to become a candidate for South Sydney, Mis. Mery Stoddart, of Sydney, has been awarded the first prize for a design for the Melbourne Exhibition certificate, Mr. Frederick Cowen, musical director at the Melbourne Exhibition, has .arranged to give 12 orchestral concerts in Sydney. A telegram from Wilcannia states that at Yanturra station the drought has broken up, 3in. 40 points of rain having fallen there in 10 hours. ? . ' Why do Ametican Hop Bitters curf bo much V ' Becausfl they give good digestion, rich blood, .and healthy action of all the organc'* ? .. - Tlie box containing 1009 sovereigns which was lost overboard alongside' tho K.M.S. Alameda several we...

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THE COMMENTATOR. [Opinions given for what they are worth by a person of no account.] HOW WE MAY OBTAIN THE CONTROL OF OUR ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

! THE COMMENTATOR. IDpinunu Jgitien for tofcai Hm «« w* ty « HOW WE MAY-OBTAIN THfi 1 CO^RCit S* »tjfe KOA&S. It often ocourefSiiat in 'the pursuit of The' shadow Hie aiitstii»C8 i« Joei 'Siiai mMo ease, Iwj^ly, .w^ggariijto the lonfrpromujed Local Government- -Bill. We never tire -of ^picturing the prosperity that will be ours I when the passngeot that measure shall place 1 t\m cnntml of nnr ro&da and bridges in our : own hand*. ThaVwe 'can 'obtain this boon under present laiw~iirH0t generally known. Such, hdwpverjis.tbe, fact, «hd'it cannot b* too clearly impr«iBe|J«npb 'the public mind: tJnder the . Monjcifalltifis Act. a municipal I district uav extend over an area oi ififty , / square miles. ' ? 3Sie extension of the Carcoar - Municipality wya?r th&t ,*rea or less would j gire the local po^ncircohtrol of all the roads .| upon which Mr£* fiaskell is now reporting. ' Soch a fcpon is. worth. 'striving for. Careosr has long been handicapped by .bad roads ; ?...

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A COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

A COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR. t5m, ? I wibI) through your columns to call the attention of the Municipal Cmncil and the Inspector of Nmsances to tlie disgraceful stanch caused in the town two nights last week by reason of tlie emptying of the water closets at the Watch Hous*. On Wednesday night last a cart containing two casks filled with the night soil from the closecs lift the watch-house yard entrance at about eleven o'clock p.m. passing from Iceiy to Belubuia Street the mutter leaking out and being deposited in transit upon the street hs the cart passed on. On Thursday nigbt about 10-30 p.m. the operation was again commenced and the cart taken .out as before, and the mosi terrible stench I ever remember to have experienced was wafted ever the town. Some eight or ten persons were sitting in the verimdah ot my hotel, who expressed their ujffigned disgust at such a thing being nl'owed to take place at tliBt time of night. I never knew in all ray travels, whether in Sydney and manj co...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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THE POLITICAL CRISES. THE NEW MINISTRY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

pl'ME lUblTHJAlk iJHISBgr THE NEW.MtNISTRY. Sidney, Monday. Mr. Ptbbs has constructed his Cabinet ai -?feiiowjg:^; ? _;;_? . ' ? - ; . Premier and Colonial Secretary.... Mr. Dibba Vioe-President ofrthe Council... ...Mr. Lackey 'Joionial Treasurer. ? .....:;. Mr* Garvan ?Mtorney-aenjral' ...;.. ..Mr. Edmund Barton ', &nisterToY.'WorW ? .^....JMr. Fletcher ^inister for Lands ? .i....;J..'...Mr. Lyjoe Minister .for Education — «Mr. F. B. Suttor 'Minister for Minea ? ..,..,. Mr. Chanter Sinister for Justice ., ...:.,.., ;.,Mr. Slattery t'ost master-General..... '....Mr. Henry Clarke

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [While witting to insert communkatiaits wudud tn temperate language having reference to matters of local or public interest, we do not necessarily endorse tke opinions expressed hy correspowienU. ]

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THE HOUSE TO BE DISSOLVED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

THE HOtfSE TO BE DISSOLTED. Btootsy. Thnr83av. ;J_Ifr^aut«ambly last night a vote advene 'faiths new Government -was carried. - This will necessitate ao^ioiiiiediste -appeat to the (country. ',' JEfie Ministry was sworn, in .this jmorntng.' X Gazette wiir be issued before IParlianaent^moeU^this afternpon,''di«iolving

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARRIAGE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

- CARRIAGE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE. ; . ?' The following are the charges per four-wheeled truck for the carriage of hay, straw, and chaff from Carooar Station to the plaoes named : — Bathuret— 18s. 8d. Darling Harbour — Hayj £2 Us. 6d. ; chaff and straw, £2 5s. 7d. Dubbo— Hay, £1 16s. 2d. : chaff and straw, A £1128. . ™ Orange — 16s. For grain the charges from Carcoar are — - Bathurst — 4s. 3d. per ton. Darling Harbour — 15s. lOd. per ton ; £4 3b. Id. per truck of 6 tons. Dubbo— lls. Id. per ton ; £3 3s. M. per truck of 6 tons. Orange— 3s. 8d. per ton. Loads of grain may be made up with hay, straw, or chaff.

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

KAILWAY INFORMATION. GENERAL. Through tickets are issued from Sydney to Melbourne, via Blayuey, at the following rates : —1st class single, £4 5s. ; return, £6 7s. Od. 2nd class single, £3 4a. : return, £4 16a. 6d. It has been decided that passengers holding return 'tickets for Victorian lines and to Hay and ? Bourke are to be allowed to break their journey for a week on either down. or up journey. The ticket is to be held by the Stationmaater where and whenever the journey is broken until the paasenper resumes his tourney. The Sfca'.ionmister or Officers in Charge at stations where there are trucking yards is requested to obtain the travelling permits, travelling statements, or delivery notes (as the case may be) from persons forwarding live stock by. rail.

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LOCAL TIME-TABLE Up—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

LOCiL T I M E- T ABLE. Up— Harden to BtaTOEY. ~5 : : : P Mixed *.ncca I ?— ' was as j5 eicpa) Mis. . . . . ? n.xn. p.m. p.m. — Harden ....Depart 7 30 9 20 ... 1 MuiTUtnburrah ... 7 40 o f A , ? 3 Demondrille Jni (Dp 7 62 9 50 ... 10 King's Vale ... a 3i Y«mr...{$g5. S3 lo'so ::: Tiliffe's Siding .. .... ' ? 33 Monteagle ... .. a ? Morengo ? a ? Crowther ... ... a '49 Koorawatha ... a a in. (Arrive 11 55 12 45 .. 1 67 Cowra ? { p.m. _ am. \ Depart 6 35 .110 3 6 71 Hoimwood ... ... a ... 79 Woodcock {^ 6'i6 2'0 ... 83 Myalla, ... ... a ... ... 91 Garland ... ,.. a .94 Lyndhurst ? 7 16 3 5 ... .97 Mandurama .... . a ? ...?'? 101 Oarooar -.. .:. 7 50 S 40 6 10 113 Blayney ... .. 8 40 A 30 6 55 ? .., .Down — Biaywet to- BAjipek. ? » I ? 1 ? 1 Median™. I — ... :^pE Mis. . a-nl' P-ro- P-m- _ Blayney- ... ... 6 20 9 40 12 40 12 Carcoar ... .J 6 10 10 36 XiL5 16 Mahduama,... ' ... a 10 46 ... 19, Lyndhurst ? 6 45 10 66 ... 22 Garland ... ... a : . , »» SO Myalla ... .... « '?♦?.. ?« nr 1 f A...

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FARES FROM CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

PARES FROM CARCOAR. For the convenience of readers we subjoin a table indicating the fares charged from Carcoar to local stations ani to some of the principal centres -m other lines : — Fares from Caeooah. Stations. Single Return* Special Ex. t ? let. ) 2nd. 1st. i 2nd. 1st. 2nd. Albury 50 934 076 051 007 645 3 Bakers' 2 11 4322 02 10 1 10 ? Bathurst 8 0 '5 312 07 9 10 67 0 Blayney 251738263 32 2 Bourke 63*6 43 0 95 6 64 9 84 957 6 BurleyJky 3826 6 6 384 10 3 3 Oowra 7 34 810 87 09 60 3 Dubbo 23 615 635 323 331 320 9 Goulburn 40 927 061 340 954 330 3 . Harden 20 013 630 020 326 918 0 Hofmwood C34296C3SC5C Ijithgow 17 911 9 26 017 9 23 615 9 Onroge- B 18 4 39 666 8 66 9 Parramatta 32 W21 11 49 6 33 - 2 45 3 30 0 Ponrith 29 919 9 44 6 29 9 39 626 6 Sydney 34 322 651 334 045 630 3 Wellington 17 811 620 017 623 315 3 Woodstock 473 17 0486 34 2 Young 16 .010 9 24 316 3 21 614 6 ♦ Available for return as follows : — Under 15 miles, on day of issue only ; 16 and not exceed ing 25 iniles, o...

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CARCOAR TEMPORARY COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

-CARCOAK TEMPORARY COMMON. ... In reply to a question an to who could legally use 'the Carcoar Temporary Common thp Government replied as follows : — '*' Commoners Boundaries fob Cabooak, L ? ^Notified^Oth October, 1873. undermentioned boundaries : — County Bathurst, parishes Krrol and Shaw, commencing on tbe Belubula River and bounded thence on the «orth by the north boundary of the town reserve df Carcoar easterly to its north-east comer: thence on the east by the east boundary of that reserve southerly to the Beluhula River, and thence on the south and the west by that river downwards to the '.point of commencement and within the following boundaries : Commencing oh the Belubula River at the north-east cornor of T. Icely's 1396 acres, and bounded thence on the west by the east boundary of that iine southerly about two miles, on the south by the «puth boundary of the population reserve of jfSMjmuir bearing east 238 chains 80 links, on the HJfpfy the east boundary of that reserve b...

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MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. The following reports of local gaining managers have appeared in. the daily papers, during the week : — Cordillera Extended S.M. Co. — The manager (Mr. A. H. Barclay) reports that a parcel of ore -taken from the carbonate lode 'tft the 120ft. level at No. 3 shaft assayed 37b& 4dwt. 19gr. silver, 19 per cent of lead, and traces of gold. The mine manager is now crossoutting this lode, the foot-wall of which has been struok in the winze at a depth of 62ft.— Later.— No. 3 shaft : Have driven 26ft. across the^ode and have not 'yet reached the west wall. The winze north of shaft has been sunk 5ft., total 130ft., level 67ft. at this depth water was struck. We have driven 15ft. into the lode, above the' water level, with no sign of west wall. ..The lode at this depth has an improved appearance; '? ' ' , ' ' ' ' Mount CoBtlg&n Lead apd Silver Mining Company, Limited.— Messrs. A. 4. Gallagher and 06., have received the following report :— : 160ft. lev...

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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

OFFlOLiii PORBjBSiPONbENdB. *? ' . ,nfhe .follp^ing ),eti»ra ^aje'belBn hftndea us jfor^BblicktwoJ-r-^-'^vjjir'tJ ^.. ;?'??.*?!«? .',,.? ;-.-;: ???:? ? ^ - ?'I-ep»waienti-f*-ub1i^?«roffisi ?'- i :v.'.:,-v: :: ^u^^&imit^H^:] , ,? SrE.^-With leferenoe totlie communio&tioii ?preserited' by you in Npvember last Jfro'W'Mi AM.'beenfoni^ed-bF.theDepsrttneiitofLanota to this offi^'.«rguig;t}iat *teps msr be tatenJtp o^efti^thflt jportion' of the road to the Cemetery at Mount Macquarie extending from' the Church of BDgland and the Presbyterian Churchy! am directed ta'Jtfform^oi rfftt'tfie Seowtary to ?Putt'w'!^orks'J^»%'^*iiVS[^cl ' Wiroount'lj* being, nrt«d%:;cOBifderatioii{Wh«i-i the ro»d vote* for thb'^rfr«1»lnB'i)H*tfili«ted.'; j ... .- Under Secretary, ; ? : . 0; -L. OwlMia, BvJ. ,l^.t!:; ;!.,?? ,?; ? . ?

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LYNDHURST PIGEON MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

hyx&tmsSL pigeon mat-jh. ???' The following Are the handicaps lor the pigeon match to fee shptr for »t liyndhurst on s^niuxiMt^.iead^':: \ ???'? .?'?: , SO yaW*.4H..iBarnes (j}), « Scone ' '{2% J. . Johnson, P. Sampson, E. Kelly. : 29 yards.~'-}eenfer' (2). AtkinB. 28 -ards:Tf8;;;; 'XiMey,; , J' Wbmbaf' &), ?'..',: Fredericks ,-..; '..-. ':; ..-..-, .' -..' . . 27 yards.-— 'Odolabah.V. ' ,/, 66 yatda.— Simpson, Richaidg.' ' 26,yaros.— -W. Braph.tJT; Biney^), Gtbrge :. Grant {2), M. '.W.! Barnes, U Bock,' J. Barnes, 'Triangle iflati' ?;.??:. ?;,.,? 24 yardS;^-Brtl; ' Brelinfetalj' 3. H. Marsh ; (2), 'p-ank-^(2), 0. Davfe.! .1'.'!.: '''? 23 y«ds.— IT*. ,Barke (2), K#tead (2), .0. .;..? Brel, Bover, M-CwiwharB^ -'.RockJey * ; ) W; Whitney, ^'FerjtiMde^Clttryer. -- ».-.- BantinS,.F^«OTkW2)i-C.: Sade (2),*^. ''.'-'. ,Rtdtej^2jj ^il^UfS, ^tewcpjmi^.''^!^- ' . ' ?'?' dulph,*? id venturer,''*' femeo,J'ili!;Dit ?--? ;-3)i'Wv'«arpenferw-^^ 7.-i. .??..;^»V,

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CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY. (Before Messrs. Fitzpatrick and Louche, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuesday. (Before Merors. Fitzpatrick and Louche, J.iP) W. V. Shaughnessy v. F. Btll ? CUim for £1, goodsisoid. No appearance of defendant. Verdict Tor amount and costs. John D. Grant v. W. Graham.— Claim for £3, service of horse. Verdict for amount and coBts, R. Sim v. Daniel Flynn. — Claim for. £2 Hs. 9d., goods sold. No appearance of defendant Verdict for amount and costs. ? Muoicipal Council v. Catherine 8. Tindall. —Claim for 9a., rate*. Verdict lor amount and costs. - - '? Same r. James Bateman.— Claim for 11s. 3d., rates. 16s. 6d. was paid into Court, but as the claim and costs amounted to 17a. 3d. ft verdict for 9J. was returned. Same v. D. Flynn.— Claim for 8s.' 3d,, rates. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for amount and cost . V&ma- y. John JJ. Conry.— Cl»im lor 1*2 6s. ld.!, wtes. Verdict for defendant. ? 3flTO» v. John Cody.— Claim for 19s. 10$., rates. Verdict for amount and costs. Same v. William Anderson.— Claim for 18s., rat»f. Ve...

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Department of Lands. Sydney. 11th January, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 January 1889

Department of Lands, Sydney, lith January. 1889. Sib,— Referring to a letter dated the -6th ultimo, Bigned by you in conjunction with other members pf the legislative Assembly, urging Shot in.'conseqneifoo o\ ijiev6ev6re drought a postponement of the payntetft of instftlmente by .conditjonat purchaser* be ftltowed,Bsis alleged U, iave hceii pBrtniOod in rto^ard to theiaymeniof' Secretary foe Lands to rinform^ji^aosrSPTJoBtv ponement of payment of accrued interest or instalments due on conditional purchases throughout the ciilon^-oannot ba'aiitliorised as' *ucli a course would Jiivolve a violation of tbe' lav, but every ^possible consideration will be extended to conditiunal purchasers^consiateatlv with due^regara, to pubJio interest© The impossibility of-diif!Dguish|iig between Belefttpra who h^ve'been, or iriay *b4, ' suffering from the effttots of the drought and those in-inare favoured localities who have experienced little or jbo hardship from that cause/ illustrates the very gr...

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