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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

COMPANIES. Australian Mutual Fire Sooiety. Capital. £100,000, With Power to increase to £1.000.000. Bonuses— SO per cent, each for 2nd, 3rd, 4th an 5th years. Dirootore— Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M.P, Chairman ; Manuel F. Joaephnon, Esq. ; Wi liam J. Day, Esq.; John Wetberill, Esq. William Hezlett, Esq. Manager : WALTER CHURCH. ONLY MUTUAL FIRE SOCtETY givin POLICY-HOLDERS PROFITS every yeai Policy holders are perfectly free by law from a! liability. Prompt and liliernl settlements for fires Damage by Lightning ami Explosions hy Gas paid Fire lusuiaueus at LOWEST KATES. J. O. DODD, Agent for Careoar and District. Agent tor Blayney, G. HAWKE, Jo». Agent for Oowra, T. R1GAUT. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATIOf* OF AUSTRALASIA. Established 1809. Incorporated by Act of i'lirliament. Principal Office : GEOBGE AND WYNYAUD STREETS, SYDNEY. BONUS VEAR. 1878-9. SPECIAL NOTICE The Second Quinquennium will clone on the 30il June, 1879, when the Profits will be ascertaiuec and divided among the particip...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

: ; To Chaff-cutters a&& Ottara. I31OR SALE or 1X3 1J5T, aihowepoworCttAFF ! OU'JI ING JCNGINK, with Chaff Elevator*.. c Eiig'meig in rnpual contlition.Bnd bus only -. jii in.u o Kour Mgnlhs. Apply to JAMBS HAUQH, or ADAM KIBKI'ATIUCK, Bhvyncy. %i\t Gfaicoar GLhnmiclc & BLAYNEl' & CO WftA. GAZETTE. ' SATUHDAY, JULY fi, 1870. FOBTHC INJURY OF NONU, FOR Tll« «OOI) OP ALL.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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THE TRUNKEY POLICE MAGISTRATE AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

THE TRUNKEY POLICE MAGIS TRATE AND THE ADMINISTRA TION OP JUSTICE. TO tbe nurrnii.. ? Sin,— Once more I will resume my letter and. cudeftwur to show in what manner justice is administered in Trunkey. Sandy was asked after swearing positively to the horse, what particular part of the horse he could swear to, and he as distinctly Bwore that he knew it by its huad. Now Sir, I wonld undertake to pro duce twenty horses with heads the a:ime,nB this' one, within five miles of the Court House, in less tlinn six licjurs, and there were men in that Court at the time who have been among horses all their lives, and they would not swear to a horse's head, beeause there is nothing uncom mon about it ; but I fail to see in the deposi tions any reference to the horse's head, and why ? Echo answers why. And the reason I mention this is becanso old Sandy is nearly double, and this was a burse just out of a wild mob running in thu bush for two mouths, and its head to be far beyond Sandy's vision. Had ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

nn. no ha rule ixtbua*; kxce. SYDNEY. Fiidav Evpnii)-;. In the Ctinncil Sir Jnlm IW»ev;so-\ sUtml tliHt- it' was his intention to tfive the. H.iuhh » fnrtiier opportiiui'y of considering tli« L-nd Bill, by moving next Tuesday, an amend ment on Darley'ti resolution to thn clfcct. that provision for the reduction of v;)|ne of im provements should apply 'to all lands condi tionally purchased since Jumiarv 1st, 1875. Air. Darley foretold the fate of this amend ment, by reminding the House that this would incltiie lands wliich owing to non completion of improvements, might be for feited. Tlie Infirmary Biil wjs withdrawn in the Assembly. Several bills, inclmling^tlie G'nM Duties Abolition Bill, passed rhronirli Committee. The Tolls and Ferries Duties vreio reim posed. Necessary resolutions were cirried prior to the passing of the Aiiprojii-iilion Act, and. iij additional Estimate of tliirty-four thou sand pounds vo*ed to country and suburban municipalities, to equalize tlio Government En...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

(!Dpcn €olitmn. ?9 ? We wish it to bd distinctly umleratno.l that W3 do not necessarily endorse the opinions exjirctacsd hy our correspondents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

Tenders.. 4*-^*- mENDERS will ha received- up to Noon JL of tbe 29th Instant, for the construc tion of a Bridge over the ' Two-Mile Cfeek,' on RoadMnndtirauu to-Ctmowindia. Tenders, to be addressed to the Clerk of; Petty Sessions. Cowra,. and endorsed ' Ten der for Bridge over Two-Mile Cfeek.' Plans and S|-ecificatioii8 at Court Houses, Carcoar and Cowra. A. J; C. SINGLE. Superintendent of Roads. Cowra, 2nd July, 1879. BLAYNKY'.— mpoiinded at Blayney, on. the 25th - ay of June, 1879, 'from. Limbing Fla , by Mr. Mnttlmwa : — Yellow-buy mare, star, shod, N over heart'. near should* ?, 5 years, 16 hundx ; 15* ) . Gil. Adver sement iiaUytd throiiglu owner waitin { for owner to release ac cording to no ice. Also, same date, t orn Forest, hy E. Ryan : ? Bay. colt, indistim . limnd over M near shoul der, .M near leek, thigh, «nd off shoul ; der, .hind fe t white, small stripn, on no8i», 6 years, 14 J hands; 14s 9d. Roan marc, 8 ovei mK near nlioulder. star, hilrtl teet wh tp, aged, 16 hand...

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LUMPY SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

C LUMPY SWAMP. (feoh a correspondent.) A meeting of the inhabitants of Lumpy Swamp and tbe vicinity was held on Saturday last in the Public School building recently erected here, to consider the best means of testifying their appreciation of the efforts made by tbe Secretary (Mr. A. Montgomery) to the Local School Board in the cause of education, on the occasion of his resignation of office. Mr. J. Blackmore, chairman of the School Board occupied the, chair, and reminded the meeting that it was nearly eight years since Mr. Montgomery fwas elected to tlie office of Secretary, and that it -was mainly through his perseverance they had the pleasure of having such a comfortable building erected in thu neighbourhood, and such services should not be overlooked. Mr. Waeikg said that being one of the original School Board, he could testify to the fact that the whole of the members of the Board had long ago given up all hope of ever seeing a Public School erected here, but Mr. Montgomery had ...

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OPENING OF THE NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. GRUBENBONG CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

OPENING OP THE NEW PRESBYTfr KIAN CHUROBl GRUBENBONG: CREEK. On Thursday lust the opening services in comiRCtiuu witli the above church took plaoe under the most favourable nuspioes. Tlie wenther was all that could ])0 desired und the uttenduncc of visitors from Curcour and the surrounding district lrtrgp. Tlie drive out to the creek was most enjoyable bb the nir was blueing without being too ooll which had the effect of sharpening tlie appetites of the visitors. When we arrived at .see no at operations we were surprised at what we there saw. On a. very nice site — on a gentle eminence over-looking the road — whs erected a very neat and serviceable church,, built of iron and Hoed internally with pine. Tiie building is about 45' feet in length. by 20 feet wide. PevkR, capable of sealing about 200 persons, have been provided,, and. are very substantial and comfortable articles. It is only a few months since the woik of build ing this church was undertaken, and its erec tion and comple...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

The Land Bill, lias been abandoned by the Government, because the Upper House rejected the clause in it making the measure retrospective with regard to contracts for improvements. The defeat of this measure by the Upper Houce which was, do doubt, the measure of the session, has so chagrined the Premier that he has given notiie of his intentiou to move the following resolutions with the object of effecting a change in the Constitution of this august body. It is high time that a. change was made in this direc. tion, for, as Mr. Lynch very intelligently re marked in the House during the week, while spenking on the action of Uie Council, that they were not responsible to the people or anyone else for their actions, in this or other matters. As long as this branch of the legislature possesses the powers it docs, and so long as it is composed of big squatteis and large landed proprietors we say unhesita tingly that all attempts at reforming the land laws of the colony will be .attended wi...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday. Evenings Last night in Committee on the Loan Estimates, the following were agreed to — Railways^ Tamworth to Tenterfield ; Dubbo to Bourke ; Gunnedab. to Narrabri ; Wal lerawang to Hudgee ; Narrandera to Hay. £400,000,-for construction only from Red fern to Circular Quay, and £G50,000 for branch aud suburban lines were rejected. £660.000 for rolling- stock, and one and a half millions for Sydney Sewerage and 'Water Supply, were agreed to. During the consideration of these Estimates great diffi culty was experienced in keeping a quorum. Items were carried or rejected by majorities of two or three. Tbe City Railway Exten sion Bill was negatived by li to'l2; the Suburban by 14 to 13- ? -? Sir Henry Parkes definitely announced the prorogation for Friday. The Council passed a third reading of the Abolition of Duty on Gold Bill. Mr. Drii'ley'ti bill, providing flogging in all cases of commutation of sentence, has passed another s1 age. The tiusiee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

^^^^^^^^^^^H*ixo Society. ^^^^T ™»w- Iwerto increase to £1,009,000. Bonuses— 20 per cent, each, for 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th yean. Directors— Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M.P., Chairman ; Manuel F. Josepbann, Esq. ; Wil liam 3. Day, Esq. ; John Wetherill, Esq. : William Heztett, Esq. Manager: WALTER CHUROH. OKLY MUTUAL HRE SOCIETY giving POLICY HOLDERS PROFITS every year! Policy holders are perfectly free by law from all liability. Prompt and liberal settlements for lire!). Damage liy Lightning and Explosions By Gas paid. Fire Insurances at LOWEST RATES. .T. O. DODD, Agent for Carcoar and District. Agent for Blayney, G. HAWRH, Jun. Agent for tnwra, T. RICAUT. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OP AUSTRALASIA. Established ISG9. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. Principal Office: GEOEGE ANU WYNYART) STREETS, SYDNEY. BONUS \Y EAR, 1878-9. SPECIAL NOTICE The Second Quinquennium will closo on the 30lb June, 1879, when the Profits will be ?scertaineil and divided among the participating Policy-holders,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

NEW TALE ANEW TALE entitled ' Long Concealed,' will be com menced in our Supplement of thfc 19th instant. Intending Sub scribers should send in their names at once ' BOYLE & O'BRIEN. July 11th, 1879. tEhc dfcurcoat Chronicle & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. S SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1879. FOR THE INJURY OF NONE, FOR THE GOOD Otf-AU I.

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MUNICIPALITY FOR BLAYNEY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

MUNICIPALITY FOR BLAYNEY. TO THE EDITO2; Sir, — I Uiink our town is now of suffi cipnt irnputa-ice tuid size to undprtitke the management of its O'.vii loc.il govcinmnnt, and we slionH at once net nbout form ing ourselves into a municipality. One lms only to walk round the town for an hour or two to see- the necessity that exists fur sucli a movement. We have only, one formed street or road in the town ;. there are others, but they are only in name. There ore several nuisances in the shape of open drains, bid bridges, -£*&, existing, and the only way to remedy this is to take the management of tlwBO matters into our own bands, and the sooner we do so. it vr ill be better for our selves. Yours, -fcc. CITIZEN. Blaynoy, July 8th, 1879.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

t Academy of Music. GRAND VARIETY CONCERT In tlio Above on Monday Evening, jlly 21it Mr Chandler -ffi Family Assisted liy a number of Gentlemen mid the I CARCOAR BRASB BAND. The first prtit will aonuuit of a DRAWING ROOM CONCERT BY I MR. and MRS. CHANDLER und Family, consisting of ALL NEW SONGS MD CHORUSES. The (second part will euibraca new and ori ginal Patriotic Character and 'Comic Songs, -fcc, and the whole will conclude with a screaming Utce, for thd first time in Curcoar, eniUled Slocum's/Big Dog. Programme next issue. I E. CHANDLER. JBtBJ? A TIT.TBEB1P -A-3D. I860. Aobnoies in ^r\.AatHCttt Thuoushoh* GREAT BRITAIN^T ^^ AUSTRALIA *'° X ARTHUR ^V *'' IBBLANO/ ,*||R|TT \'1W2UU« ' ^/MISSING FRIENDSV S OFFICE. \. \VtOVKX, NEW SOUTH WALES. \ \^ INSTITUTES INQUIRIES FOR / \w MISSING FRIENDS. / -^ Next of Km, &c.,^r ^V O» Rcoeipt or J? fmVATE X pwTloutM, X«G.STER9 INQUIRIES V / OBTAINED OF Cohoucteo With ^W ^T BIIITHS. Corica or Wills and Oracn L'uci'ments Procured. EXTRACTS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

A MEETING will ie held in the Academy of Music, on MO -tDAY fiyKNISG NEXT, nt 7, o'clock, fo the purjwse of form ing a Mutual Inpro ement class. Tlie Publio are invited to a tend. E H. BOYL^ Ion. Sea pro. tem. TSTantil. ASTRON-J, MID]-L&AGED. WO MAN, (without encumbrance) us* Nurse Mud Servant for tl e Carcoar Hospital. Apply to Dr SMITH, i or particulars. Tenders.. mENDERS'jliU ha receive! np to Noofe X of tho 2SFt)i. TSfSTANT, ''or the oonRtiuc tion of « Bridge over the ' Two-Mile Ci*eek,w on Road Maudurttmi to Canowindra. Tenders f- be addressed' to the Clerk eft* Petty S'»w)i«nR. Cowra,. und endorsed 'T(S»- der for BriBge over Two-Mile G^pek.' Pliins nad Specificatijhs ut Court Houses,* Carcoar aid Cowm. I A. J. C. SINGLE. I Superintendent of RoadB. Cowra,1 2nd July, 1879; ROTfL HOTEL, COWRA. f THE TJndefcigned having become Pro prietor of th« nbave, begs to- inform* tno Public tlmJ ho will spare no --X)»ensf* to* Make this the Premier Hotel of the District,, aud UuKts l...

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OWNERS' TATTOO SHEEP MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

Owners' Tattoo Suekp Marks. 1. All Tattoo marks used as owners' sheep marks shall consist of noli moro nor lens than three letters or two letters and the sign, &c. 2 The letters and signs used, in owners' Tiittoo sheep-marks. bIhuI bo of Roman or Script style of character, and shall be not lesi than g'of an inch in. length, and £ of an inch in width. ; a. ah luuuiuou owners racioo sneep marsaa shall be marked in a olear and legible manner as J follows, namely : — . I (1.) Every such mark Bhall be imprinted onii one or other of tho follmving.pnrtionBand] in tho conscutivc order in which. they art! given, namely :.— I First pnrtion, — Tho near orleft ear. j Second portion,— The off --r right oar. j Third portioa,— Tho under side of th»j tail. Fourth portion;.— Under the near forel arm. (2.) The breeder or person imprinting the first recorded Tattoo mark uncin any sheep, may do so. on any ot the portions, hereinbefore mentioned. (3.) If the breeders' or iir^t recorded Tattoo ma...

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DISEASES IN SHEEP ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

DISEASES IN SHEEP ACT. The regulations made on the 17th December ifiBt, anl piiMi&lud by us, have been repealed, and the. following substituted in. their ntoiul :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

? J,lll|i,il!llt Mill! lllXHlillilS IlIllitH. 'KllllllRlilg (iiM'iihf. ii.iiviiv.- iii-uii|ii(iiiiih, old nvt iinii -i In r iiiiik' k -1- |n i -' III' lining -il t ih inlet - tines -.f t viminy. Wln-» tliU i* t.lie euw, (lie IiiuiIh Iikmiix! finr|iirl. Slow dig'Rii'li »in-» ciimii'H, nuuniN|-uiiiitl l-y li-«' »|iiri(tt. lo S -if H|i|if!lil« Mini ri'Sl. ft tiH inimlli Hint - i 'j:.V cuiijili'xioii. N'i K'-cli c lfm-ls t'ollnw, liow- ver, V'lien liu; ui'liilil^'ti'il Kloniticli Mini IiowhIn hic vitalise.) witli U.lt.liJio Woliu'ti Siihiedrtin .Amiimiic SoIuih|i|ih. ? _^_^_ TO TCElDEtCIS. WttANTKD HORSK or BULL OCR VV TEAMS, to convpy ftcmi GO to 70 *J oiih of MHcliinery fVoni Rlnvnpy tu Brown'* Oeek. Heaviest |m»c-& (weighing 15 C»'. Ainily im.iuf.dittt«!y, ti- THOMAS DENNY, «l Den isoii Foundry, Uathuret. : Dew ok the Alps.— Tl-« very nnnn- --' lliiN cclcl nil ted Swisn touiu ih niiptiHinp, Und i*H lii^ii'dciii) el!«cts us .'. restorative mid '» 'vigormit, nn Aiiliiloln lo ln...

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BLAYNEY POLICE NEWS. SMALL DEBTS COURT. MODNAY, JULY 7TH, 1179. (Before the Police Magistrate, and W. Glaeson,. Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

BLAYNEY SOSAOE NEWS. Small Debts Couht. T.Iodnay, July 7tu, ]179. (Before the Police Magistrate, and W. Glaeson, Esq. J.P.) Tommy Ah See v John Cashen.— Claim £5 lCs. Cd., for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for plaintilt'. Tummy Ah Seo v Levi Sergeant.— Claim li-u goods suld and delivered. Summons not surved. Uawkc and Plumb v J. P. Smith. — Claim £9 18s., goods 6old aud delivered. Mr. Dodd appeared for' the defendant, defendant, and pleaded that defendant had iissitrned his estate for tho honeiit of his creditors. The Court huld thoy had no juris diction. James Hniigh v Thus. Smith. —Claim £10, breach of contract iu not driiwing stone. Mr. Dodd appeared fur plaintiff, and Mr. Thompson of Uathurst fur defendant. After hoaring the evidence, the Bench, gave a verdict fur plainun' tor £C, and 25s. witnesses' expanses. Uo.-iton Brothers v Thos. Healy.— Claim for £6 10s., for (,'ooda. Mr. Doild upponrud for plaintiff!), and Mr. Thompson for defendant. Verdict for ninnunt claimed. Jame...

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THE LATE CONCERT AT BLAYNEY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

THK LATE COXCERT AT BLAYXE1'. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I trust I slmll not be trjspassing on your valuable space by making a few remarks with regard to the above. It has l-een as serted, I believe, by some of tho Miustrcls, that the poor attendance on that occasion was the result of local jealousy. To thus I beg to give a most emphatic denial, for »e are always willing to give credit where it is merited. I most distinctly affirm that suffi cient notice had not beea given ; for it was not until the Saturday previous to the con cert that an advertisement appeared in your journal, and although placards had also beea issued, the individual entrusted with their distribution either would not or could not have fulfilled his obligation, for with but one oi two exceptions, none were to be seen. You will be surprised to learn that the fii-st intimation many received of the entertain ment was on Thursday afternoon on hearing lieariug strains ol music, and thinking it was some travelling circus, o...

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