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[ENCLOSURES.] Moe, Victoria, March 10th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

[rnolosdeeb.] Moe, Victoria,. March 10th. 1888. J. A. MoKillop, Esq., ? ?' ? Secretary to Railway League .- ft , Oarcoar to ForbeB, via Long's Qorner. Dear. Sir,— In answer to your letter.askingme to give my opinion' as to the country between Oarooarand Long's Corner, I beg to make the following remark* '.—~-z . v : ?' ' ''' Thajw^^ jS the oountry through whioh iny ? ' explorlttBn|5urrey passes|s (with the expeplion of a short distance at BuU't'Oamp Gap) of first class (vgribuUural!desoription. : - ' ? ' .!: The first ? [nine] tmile«r passes through; Ohuroh nnd School Lands BDd is occupied by, .squatters tho greater portion of the remainder with the adjoining district right and left is well sett led by a farming population who only require better communication with markets to make it one. of the best districts I have Been in the western districts fur farming enterprise. The mineral wealth ought. not to-be overlooked as I beliere tlie Burnt Yards, Cargo, and other indications on the ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Railway Survey Office, April 28th, 1886. THE ENGINEER-IN-CHIEF FOR RAILWAYS, Sydney. Re Exploration Coombing to Long's Corner. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

Railway Survey OBice, April 28th, 1886. The Engineer-in-Chief for Railways, Sydney. ife EktphraiHon Ootmbing to Long's Corner. ' Sir, — I ham the honour to forward aneroid section and report as follows on the exploration of the above route : — : I Btnrted at or about the same point on the . Blayney and Murrumburrah Railway as fixed tinon bv Mr. MacKenzie (the Coorobine and long's Corner Railway League's Engineer), viz., at 186 miles 31 chains, thence to Long's Corner, followed generally the route delineated on the' parish maps, excepting the ascent from the Belubula River and Flyer's Creek. j The crossing of Flyer's Creek shows 40 feet of bank and 40 feet of cutting. Thi« can be ? materially lessened by .making a detour, such as the League's Engineer did, thereby increasing; distances anA so easing grades ; I went straight over the ridge. The section I thuik-all through show* the tine in its worst aspects theidutaiice ito asoftBdto-iine point and' descend to another will undoubtedly...

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Carcoar, 12th May, 1888. The Honourable the Minister for Works, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

Carcoar, 12th May, 1888. *2-he HonunraWIe &e Minister for Works, - *yflney. Sir,— . Be Coombtno-Fobsbb Pbososbd Rail wait ROOTK. Supplementary to partieulans furnished with any letter to you of 7th instant, I have the ionour to indicate ton the other side the various ?centres of raining settlement situated adjacent (to the above route, with description «f minerals Worked Jor, in support of the writers contention rthal for mineral ridhtes this route traverses one of tthe most valuable tracts in the colony. With regard to aalue of the pastoral ljnfis I will mierely Bay thatior (he first nine (9) miles from' ?Coombing the lessees, Messrs. Fagan, and Wilson and Hopkins, pay .annually from M-ito 1b. 4d. jer acre, being the highest squatting rentals .paid in thie.jflolony. , Ttis land foros (portion of UieOhurch aodfichoot Batata, ind it is needless te «sy that in anaking a jaal^ay ?through same tbeCovermnent would be4oubling or trebling the 'vatuS of 'itHrw n prbperlyCT I ?may ad...

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MINING CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

l Mdting Obntbbs. Locality^ Golden Gully, | mile from route. Mineral sought ? Gold (alluvial.) Locality : Junction .Hoofs, 8 miles from route. Minerals sought : Gold (reefs), Appliances, etc.: Huntingdon mill. Locality : Burnt Tards, I of mile from roate. Mineral sought : Gold (reefs.) Appliances, etc.: Battery (32 head.) Locality : Jarvis'a, 3 miles from route. Mineral sought : Gold (reefs). Appliances, etc.: Battery. Locality :,-Foreat Beefs, 7 miles from route. Mineral sought : Gold (reefs). Appliances, etc.: Batteries (2.) Loca'ity : Cadia, 3 miles from route. Minerals sought : iiold and copper. Appliances, etc.: Battery.' Locality : Soldier's Creek, 6 miles from route. Mineral sought : Gold {reef). Locality: Canoblos, 7 miles from route. Minerals sought : Coal (indications.) Locality : Cargo, 1 mile from route. Mineral Bought. Gold (reef). Appliances, etc.: Battery. Locality : Paling Yards Greek, 6 miles from route. Minrral sought . Gold (reef.) Appliances, etc. : Battery. Loca...

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WEATHER REPORT. CARCOAR STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

WEATHER REPORT. OAROOAR STATION. DAT.- ' HllUFALi. THERMOMETER. ? ??— ? i ? f ?»». « IMS.. : MAJt. VIS. «ATOBnAT ,.:.... ?0 '?JO' 48 27 MONDAY,™..;;,.- Afl .-.-; JK. 48 28 . TUESDAY.... :....: 0, .0 60 30 WEDNESDAY'... : 6*1 0 48 30 THURSDAY....... 0 0 50 34 Kffl-SY...-......... . 0 0 S3 33 f he €arcoai* Shomicle BLARNEY AND COWBA GAZETTE, , Wmi WHICH IS 1NOOEPORATED . THE MOUNT McDONALD MINER TOR THB INJtmr OF WnXB, FOB THE GOOD Or AIL. SATURDAY. OTLY {20, 1889.

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THE WOODSTOCK TENEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

THE WOODSTOCK TENEMENTS. By direction of the Minister for Mines, Mr. .Warden Connolly, . P. M., has held a tail and searching inquiry into tbe claims of residents of Woodstock to their tenements. With a view to obtaining the most ample information concerning the legality of the plaims Mr. Connolly, accompanied by tbe ?District Surveyor, Mr. Crouch, paid a visit to the township. The result is a voluminous report1 dealing exhaustively with each oaso This report was forwarded to the Minister this week, and it ib hoped that it will lead to the early sale of the township.

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THE COMMENTATOR. THE COMING BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

THE dOMl^ENTATOR. THIS COM1N& BATTLE. Every week gives further evidence ihat the d«ys of the present Parliament Are numbered, end that, the greatfstpoliticalbsttleeverfought in this colony: will M-on be begun. At such a time it. behoves all lovers of their country to be in readiness for the fray, and to spare no effort that may remit in -n accession of strength . to the cause ' they espouse. We commend to all who, like ourselves, believe that freetrade is the 'best and wisest fiscal policy the following weighty words taken from a leading article in a recent issue of the Daily Telegraph. They contain much that is particularly applicable to the party of freedom in this electorate, where the advocates of reetrict'on are' sparing no pains to prejudice the unthinking portion of the community in their favour : — ' Many years ago . Daniel Henry Deniehy, suddenly called 'upon to contest the Goulborn electorate, said, deplor ing his unreadiness, ' When the signal fires are reddening ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

MINING INTELLIGENCE. ' The mining manager of the. Gold Hill O.M. Co., Burnt Yards, reports under date July 13th:— The whim which, owing to the state of the road, has. been - considerably delayed in transit has now arrived. The erection will be proceeded with at onoe. on onmplettion of which operations will be resumed in tbe nine, The mining ! manager of the Prinoe of Wales G.M. Co., Burnt Yards, reports under drte 13th {—Finished breaking down quartz in thVsbaffc and sent 38 tons to the battery, upon -whiob X commenced criuhiog on Thursday. ~r '??--. Mount McDonald G.M. . Syndicate, Butcher's Reef, 13th July.— No. 1 Shaft : Poppet heads 'are erected over this shaft. No. 2 tihiftt This shaft is down 28ft. and.all timl-ered, and the stone we are cutting, through looks promising. . One Tree Cordillera S.M. Company, No Liability, July 6.— North Shaft : U7ffc level drive extended 3!fe«in,, total 51ft. din. The lode is now 4ft. widp, nearly all quar'z, witb spots of sulphide of lead (gale...

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THE COWRA-FORBES RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

THE COWRA-FORBES RAILWAY. The following telegrams have . appeared in the Sydney dailies : — ' . ' ? f Cowra, Tuesday. ' The Railway Couirai&sionern, Messrs. Oliver and Fehon, arrived by mail .train this morning «nd were received bv the M -vor and Alderman Fitzgerald. After visiting the Council Chambeis, and making inspections, they departed — one for Oanowiodra and the other for Young, en route to Forbes. Canowtndra, Thursday. Mr. Fehon, the Railway Commissioner, and Mr. Plumb, member for Carcoar, arrived here to-day to inspeot the railwey route from Cowra to Forbes, They were met some miles out of town by the principal residents and escorted into the town, where the proposed station site was inspected. A deputation then waited -upon Mr. Fehon, pointing out the principal ad vantages of this route. The commissioner replied stating that according to the Railway Act they could only view the lines from a commercial standpoint, and from what he had seen they had strong claims. He...

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CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY. (Before Mr. N. Connolly, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

OARCOAR SMALL DEBTS C0URJ\ Tuesday. (Before Mr. N. Connolly, P.M.) A. Tucker v. W. Stapleton. — OUim for £4 6h. 8d., goods sold. Verdict foi amount and costs. Same v. J. Richardson. — Claim for £i la., goods Bold. Verdict for amount oluimed and costs. Same v. J. Martin. — Claim for £2 3s. 4d., goods soldi Amount claimed paid into Court. Verdict for costs. Same v. W. A. Lamont. — Claim for £6 16s. 9d., goods sold. Verdict for amount claimed and costs. Stephen Strong v. T. and A. Young. — Claim for £1 7a. 8 )., goods sold. Verdict for amount and costs. ' McQarrity and Co. v. G. Raynor. — Claim for £4 8'. 3d., goods sold. Verdict for amount claimed and costs. Joseph Muggleton v. John Louden. — Claim for £5, damages. Plaintiff non-suited. A number of cases wtre settled out of Oourt.

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CARCOAR SCHOOL OF ARTS AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

CARCOAR SCHOOL OF ARTS AND . DEBATING SOCIETY. There ordinary meeting of the above was held in'the Templars' Hall, Naylor Street, on Wednesday evening, Mr. J. S. Marks, Vice President, in tbe chair. The minuses of the previous meeting having been confirmed, a few accounts were passed for payment. . ? Mr. Lomond moved, — 'That application be made to Government for a grant of £260 to purchase a site for a School of Arts.' He mentioned that the site intended for the pjrpose, and bo marked on the offioial plans, had been used by tbe Government for other purposes, and their claim was therefore a reasonable one. The Committee appointed to select a site had reported in favour of that placed under offer by Mrs. Gennys, which was eminently suited for tbe purpose. Mr. Clark seconded the motion. He was present when the Government surveyor laid out tho old site,' since used by the Depart ment of Justice, which was always regarded as tbe property of the Committee. They had a just claim to anothe...

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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE CONDENSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE CONDENSED. From official correspondence kindly placed at our disposal by Mr. .T. Plumb, M.P., we learn that — A collection of such plants as may be available for distribution will be sent to the A. H. and P. Association at Blayuey from the Botanical Gardens. It would appear from the reports famished in the matter that the only works on hand in connection with the Post and Telegraph Office at Cowra are general rf pairs, fencing, Con vei ting the telegraph stnre-room into a wash-housa, and altering tbe position of the closets. Witb the exception of these works no additions or temporary alterations are contemplated at the Cowra Office; indeed, the Postal Inspector states that any further accommodation likely to be required for spine time to come can be provided by a rearrange ment of the fittings. ? ' . The applications for grants to the parks at Blayney and Carcoar have not yet beon dealt with, and will be considered with similar applications when the estimates...

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TRUNKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

TRUNKEY. ]'?: (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Since my last report the weather has been very wet We have hnd two flight falls of snow just covering the ground. Since the snow there have heen occasional finejdays with heavy frosts.. The ground is very soft and our roads are in a had state. The mail from Mount OoBtigan and Tuena is sometimes an hour late on account of the bad roads. All sorts of ?took look well so far ; lambing has' commenced. , . ~' In mining there is nothing fresh to report The new Bitbuist Company are still at work . they are cutting for the reef and it is expected they will strike it soon. Mount Gray is at a standstill for a lime. There is no fresh news to hand' and liitle interest is taken in mining of late. If the Bsthursfc Company strikes anything good Trunkey~ will be as lively as ever, but at present, the population is very limited. We have still three stores, three hotels, tiro blacksmith's shop.s, and one fruit store, but no othet industry to emplcy hands. A bare...

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FARES FROM CARCOAR [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

V;;'* TEASES FROM OAROOAB. .;'_ . - ^6?.We convenience of readers we subjoin a telile Indicating the fares charged from Carcoar to'ioealist&tmns end to some of tho principal ; centres on other lines:— . .**? : s% . . Farbs fbom Caecoar. .??*Jt' : - - ? ' ' ? . ? Stations. Single Return* Special Ex t .'l-'i,.''''. 1st. 1 2nd. 1st. 2ud. 1st. 2nd. . Alburjr* ' -BO 934 07C 051 067 C*5 3 Baithiirst 8 0 6 3 12 0 7 9 10 C 7 0 BUyney 2 8 1 7 3 8 2 5 3 3 2 2 ? , fionrke 63 « 43. 0 95 664 984 9,57 6 Burley Jky 3 8 £_6 6 6 3 a 4 10 3 3 -^'-3miepf-''1 3 4 «10'9 7 OS 66 3 f -Vibbo 23 6X5 635 323 331 320 tf ; Garii,nd 2 11 4 3 2 2 0 210 110 QjjulbatQ 40 927 061 340 954 336 3 Barges' BO 013 630 020 3 26 918 0 ? fiolmwood 6 342 9 66 38 65 6 ?? I$bgW' '? 17 911 0 26 017 9 23 C15 9 : iraShnrat 1 5 1 0 2 2 1 6.1 U 1 4 'V-HfcniftW 010 0 71 30111 20 10 '??'. -^PJSSgS! ???'?. 634 39 06 68659 Parramatta 32 1021 1149 6 33 2 45 330 0 ' ;P|iBHffi ' 29 919.9 44 6 29 9 39 626 6 V^Fdpey . 34 322 6 51 33...

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LOCAL TIME-TABLE UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

ilXOAij. TIME-TABLE. Ui-— Harden to Blaynby. 1 s ,, ..-?; , ,.. -i I .., - 4 Mixed n ??'.-? -' - 't '?'?* -jMn: J'-'n' . ... - i- Harden '^.DeparW 7 30 9 20i::... . J.: Murrumburrali ' ^S I? 40 tt '...' .8 jPflmondrille Jn l-^ .';.?? --* : ? -. ,..'%.?? .-?:- 10 Mug's ;Vktev-*-^J ?? :W'r ';;» ? ' ?;; ';i *l WW trim**, « so j» so ... : . '..-.; jiijifi^s^nigSw; ,.,,- \,i^,; ;t..r .... .,. . '^' ?« flOfdf^iBf%||pdA -'|-f- 'vfA--' ,?'.';?: ? * *B Kiwnwr^lia : -''.?'.?. 4 :-. a to. .„»?-?.?:?. -;«*? -iMim^^'SJi '{r^ vires t !.'£-: -;' vn AMuwniaASj^ -areas'' ^;w ?.:.?....?.*.?.. Mis. ?^' ',?.' :»ltoi., V^^vi .' .— Blayney ^^itiv-.-i-.i ^0; i$ji0 .-..a. IS O^woar ?fc^.i; ? ^.- »§.3O' tjlQf£5 ';.» : ' '.'^SO: -WjjraSa ;,.^K#hi^ ' Iji^ ? '' :-? ' v» - ? '.. '.1 aaolrowooa^ipx^ s^f ?#-:-., ??.?... ??? ' :--'?' -'. ; .ffw^??^1 1S30 ... ^!J* .OnririC' ' -il **-*'**? -'ftife-* ?'''? :^ ????' ?^i lp™$r%-^t |'^; ai_ ?«,-.?;?,?? ;?. ^l^po^Wfc* i/!--;./^ ^^-: gi^5 ;v;^ Pasaeflgers -wishing +0'Wigh...

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

KAIJ.WAY INFORMATION, GENERAL. Through tickets aro issued from Sydney to Melbourne, via Blayney, at tlio followiug rates : ^lst olaas single, £4 6s, ; return, £0 7n. Gel. . '2nd class single, £3 4s. ; return, £4 15s. (id. ? It tu been decided that passengers holding return tickets for Victorian lines and to Hay am] Bo'urko ore to be allowed to break their journey for a week on either down or up journey. The ticket is to be held by the Station master where and whenever the journey is broken until the passene-cr resumes his iourncy. The Sta'.ionnmater or Officers in Charge at stations where there are trucking yards is requested to obtain the travelling permits, travelling statements, or delivery notes (as iho case may be) from persons forwniding live stock by rail.

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CARRIAGE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

? w 0ABR1AGE OP AGRICULTURAL ? JPKODUCK. The following are the charges per four-wheeled truck for the carriage of hay, straw, and chaff from Oarooar Station to the places named :— Bathurst— 18s. 8d. Darling HarUar— Hay, £2 lls. 6d. ; chaff and straw, £2 3s. 7d. Dub)-o-r-Hay, £1 10s. 2d. : ohnff and straw, ? Orange— -10a. !Por £raln the ehnrgos from Carooar are — Bathurst — 4s. 3d. per ton. -Darling Harbour— 15s. 103. per ton ; £4 3s. Id. ?per trunk of 8 tons. Dubbu— lls. Id. per ton ; £3 3s. 9d. per truck ^of 6 ton*. „ - 'W-H8s. 8d. per ion. \j'OBda of grain may be made up with hay, straff or chaff.

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GOOLAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

GOOLAGONG. V '...„!_ _. (FROM OCR OOERtSPONDENT.) After a long silenoe, Mr/ Editor, I again take up my pen and fiend you a. few i^'tas. The local Oddfellows had a day's sports on the 21st June which paused off 'snoceisfully though somewhat marred by the wet weather. The bull at uiebt in the Music Hall w&b also a big success, as notwithstanding the torrent of rain which foil throughout the night the ladies turned out in full force'. Host KeyB ot,. the Royal has- opened- a billiard room, adjoining the hotel, I trust bis venture will prove a success. Mr. Roje, : Protectionist lecturer, held forth to an attentive avidienco last week in the Musio Ball, One of our latest additions is a Skating Rink under the management of Mr. Crook, and judging from the number of persons one ' meets in the nirept wiih somewhat of a limp i in their walk it oiusMie well patronised. ' ? I. hear the Railwny Cjmmisnio'.ers are inspecting the railway route -from Oowra to 'Forbes. ' . ? . A branch of the...

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ILLNESS OF MR. WARNER, C.P.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 20 July 1889

ILLNESS OF MR. WARNER, C.P.S. The many friends of Mr W. B. Warner will regret to hear of his sudden indisposition. On Friday afternoon he was moving a case of kerosene, when it slipped and caused a peculiar sensation in one of his hands. No particular notice was taken of the occurrence, although the sensation continued during the afternoon. When about to retire to rest, Mr. Warner complained of feeling giddy, and instantly power left him. He was assisted to bed, and Dr. Kelty was summoned. It was then found that the patient was suffering from paralysis, and the usual treatment was resorted to. At the time of writing Mr. Warner is slightly better, but it may be some weeks ere he becomes convalescent.

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DOWN—BLAYNEY TO HARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

Dowk— Blavnev to Harden. (h Mixed Mixed »' o, ,:„„„ Daily Daily Mixed g btotions. (Sun'y ^un'ySund'y g excpd) excpd) Mb. e;m. p.m. a.m.' — Blayney ? 4 60 9 40 4 60 12 Carc»ar ? 6 40 10 23 6 40 16 Manduran.a ? « . ,0 10,40 6 0 19 Lyndhuret ? 6 15 10 50 6 15 22 Garland ? a a . a 30 Myalla ? a ha 35 Woodstock ? 7 10 11 63 7 10 43 Holmwood ... ... o a a n /Arrive 7 45 12 20 7 45 47 Oowra ? 1 Depart 8 20 12 40 4 10 Kourawntha ... 9 25 1 25 4 50 64 Crowtber , ... ... a a-, a Bendick Morrell-.. a. ... a, . : a^ .. Monteagle. ... ... a a ,.o _iV. 81 Burrangong ... a a' a' „ / Arrive. 10' 50 2 40 6 30' Young...|Depart lXrS-. 260, 70 J' King's Vale ? o a ??? a p.m. .p.m.' . ? . 103 Deinondrille Jn. 12 15 3 fiO 8 16 110 Murrum* urrah ...12 30 o ^8 28 112 Harden ? t2 40 4 6 8 34; a Picks up and Bets -km'r' wlien required. Passengers wishing to alight must give notice to the Guard at Ihe previous stopping station , '.

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