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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

PoLieis.CoGitx. Samuel Simmos veaa charged with furiously riding through Adelaide-street, Blaynoy. De fendaut pleaded not guilty. Information dis missed.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

©ycu €o I urn it. We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opiuious expressed by our correspondents.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INSPEC TOR OF STOCK. Mr. J. W. West haB kindly handed ns the following report (which he has prepared for tjHiisiinWon to the Chief Inspector) for pub* lication : 1. The protracted draught which has done so much harm, to an alarming extent destroy ing the flocks of other districts, has 1 may 8sty been a blessing to the sheep owners here. The entire freedom of our eheep from disease of any kind is no doubt attributable to the drynesB of the past seasons, for my ex perience in this district has t-uight me to believe that tho dryer the seasons are and the less grass sheep have— beyond a suffi ciency — the better they will do in a great portion of this district. 2. The number of sheep returned under clause 79' of the Diseases in Sheep Act amount to 580,848, being a decrease under previous year of 18,374.. The number registered under clause 42. of the Diseases in Sheep Acts Amendment is 2S-.812, being the aggregate of 116 owners, showing an in crease of 5)463, and mok...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

LWAL AND GENERAL NEWS. HosfitaI/ Meeting.— The usual quarterly meet ing of the hnspilnl committee wan held ill! the court house on Wednesday evening losty the l';M. in tLc cliair. The Secretary rend tie minutes of the lust meeting which were adopted. The Treasurer rrad his financial statement from which it appeared thut after paving the past quarter'* accounts there would be a balance to.the credit of the institution, lie further slated that subsciiptious were comiiiR in very slowly. The accounts having been nuuitcil were passed for payment. In reply 1o a question froni Dr. Smith the Rnftic officer stated that sub scriptions received from Cowra and Canowindra were not at all in proportion to the number of; pa tients sent to the institution from these places. The Secretary read a letter from the late warder Wilcox in which he expressed his willingness to return to Carcoar at the rate of £80 per annum. The Secre tary was instructed to send Wilcos a telegram offer ing him £70. Cabcoau ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate, and W. B. Warner, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tpesdat. Before the Police Magistrate, and W. B. War ner, J.P. William Manor was brought up charged with absconding from the hired, service of Mr. N. Connolly. After hearing the evidence of Mr. Connoliy, the Bench cancelled the agreement, and the amount of wages dne to tlie pri soner. W. H. Platt v James Slattery. —Defendant was summoned by Mr. Platt for neglect of duty as a hired servant. Mr. .fJatt deposed to the facts of the case, whereupon the Bench can colled the agreement, and the amount of wages, due to the defendant. Mr.. Bodd appeared for. the complainant. Assault.— Tait v Williams.— The parties in this case are shepherds in the employ of Mr. H. Glasson, aud when they appeared in Court their fac^s betokened some rough work. Tait gave evidence as to how the assault was coin milted, and the statement of the defendant was diainetriclally opposed to it. Tait agreed to hear the evidence of the other man on oath, as as he (Williams) intended to fetch a cross...

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

Railway Meeting.— A meetiag wiis held at Shaw on Thursday last, for tbe purpo.se ot petition ing tha Government for a trial survey via Mount 11 icqiinric. The attendance w.is large, mi'l it was ?leuid&l llwt a petition bo sent to the Guvennneiit (jskiiig for a - rial survey to be ronile as - e -ircd.

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

BLAYNEY.— Impounded at/feluyney, on the 4th day of .fuiy, 1S79, frrfa Brown's Oruek, by John Cook : — / Bay gelding, holible strap on, KO over J (the.O and J con j lined) uear shoulder, aged. 14 hands; 12s. I If not released, will bo soil at this Found at neon on the 24th July, 1879. | S. CLARKE, Poundkeeper. /'??(ANWWIUDK A,— iJnpniinded at Canowiudrn \J on the 30th June, 1879,/fiom corn paddock, by H. Hart, Esq. , earn dto Jat d-M# of notice, sot after eii-^Ii animul : — / Bay lilly, lilso ^ arer iik&.'M? near shoulder, looks as if it had Ml pulled/ 8 years, 144 hands ; Alan, ,in tho 1st .foj, of j/ly, 1S79, by William Dbwob, by or,1er of J. firant, lieu.., J.P. j— j Jicd cow, like O x ncar rmp ; (5s. White ouw, O w u^,. nSrf^.^ 5S. Houu huifer, -J. 03 near ,-tAnp, pieoi cut out back olf car ; 5s. / Strawberry bull, same bfamd and ear-mark, about 2 years old ; fl8. / If no ivlfiifsi-tt, iwill bo suld at this Pound at noon Uio24Mi J'lly, 4870. '. Al JUOST.ISLLO, raimdkeeper...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 July 1879

                          BIRTH.   On July 5th, at her residence, Carcoar the wife of J. B. COMBES, of a son.    

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

fnHE NOTED £5 B A L E,S. ftlLEY BROTHERS, $Q8 QROBQE-STREEr, SYDNEY, Soajuity of Beady Money. Depression of Business in Sydney. Drapery OoodB Cheaper Than. Ever. People in the country who have theJuwioy. can »ow (ret £% worth of Uoodi for £S, ty (ending fen. Due ufwr . Npted £5 Drapery Bales. Every b^lo is delivered free of charge to any town in the colony wHhin six days of receipt of pnl^r and remittance. The Great Exhibition. Pdnone who anticipate visiting the exbibitioa pbouM take note of the address of our Pitt-atreet Establishment, one door south of the Victoria Theatre. They can there obtain the most fashion able things in Milliner}', Mantles, or Dresses, quite as good as the Urge shops hive, at about haU %hfi ^rice. READ THIS LIST OF PRICES. Out it oat of the paper and Ijccpjil by vou Take our advice try, Bay, a £2 bale, as a trial aud order the middle prices. Vou will find thenv serviceable articles. £5 Winter Bale. 1 pair large Mdukets 1 large Marsella quilt 10 yards good e...

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THE LIGHT BRIGADE. A GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OR THE CHARGE BY A SURVIVOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

THE LIGHT BRIGADE. A Graphic Description op the CuiROE by a. Survivor. A survivor of the celebrated ride into the jaws of death, given in the Boston Com mercial Bulletin, the following graphic pic ture of the charge : — Lord Oaidigan's eye glanced ua over j then spurring his horse forward a few paces, he said : ' 'My men, we have received orders to Bilenoe that batteiy.' ' My God S' my brother ejaculated. Then grasping my hand, h» said : ' Fred, my dear fellow, good-hye ; we don't know what may happen. God bless you, keep close to me— — What more -night bave been said was lost in Lord Cardigan's ringing shout of *' Charge 1' INTO THE JAWfi OP DEATH. We went in at a trot ; the trot changed into a canter, and the canter into a gallop. Through ,the linos I could see Lord Car digan several horse-lengths ahead riding as steadily as if he was on parade. Now, to tell the plain truth, when he bad ridden a short distance, say 100 paoes, I felt terribly afraid. The truth flashed upon me in a ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LUCAS ON CARCOAR [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

C LUCAS ON CAHCOA11. . I Quoth cniipiUcnt Lucas W One -evening of Lite, wk (Though he wields little power;. H He carries great weight) : ? ' For this railway to Carcoar I I sb.iii't vote at all ; % A And nil ' cross-cut ' railways rt Should go to Uie wall. '?I once went to Carcoar — A horrible place ; And I found it a hard job My steps to vetraco. 'No wonder,' eays Driver,. ' If yon, on a horse With a cross-cut back rode, You were fretted, oi course. Quoth Hibernian Lynch,. With true Irish humour, ' There's of Lucas, in Carcoar. A prevalent rumour ;. - ' 'Tis said, m a bog He- was floundering about,. But in sjute of his struggles He couldn't got out,. ' Till n couple of darkies, All Btariug and stek, . Brought the monster to aliorc On a huge piuce of hark. ' Quoth rncy O'Connor, ' 'Tis true as tstand, Nought, less than. two bullocks, Could drag him to laud.' — Sydney Punch. Mb. Jfurr-rWe have to record tho departure* of this young genfclemtn' from Oftrcoor. buriug; his 6tay amongst ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

StiPauTs duLtoh, Ajatcoar THE Sermons in the above Church next Sunday Morning :.n-V Evening, will be pieucbod il-y tiie ;UEV. F. B. BOYCK, of Orange. / Service »t Lyndhnrsy at 3.30 p.m. ; Ser mon by Rev. F. B. Bo/ce. S A. C. HIRST. New Butchering Establishment Henry Thompson HAVING commenced felsinessas a hatcher in Carcoar is now prepared to supply customers with the best/ Beef and Mutton available in any quantity at the following prices, viz., 2£d., 3d., apid 3Jd. Persons ih town by ihe Quarter, Beef 2d par Ib. mENDERS will be rece/ved up to Noon i. of the 16th AUOIJST, addressed to the Clerk of Petty of Sessions for Works required on Roads Carcoar to' Village of Shaw, and Jjyndhurst, Ma Cobb's, to Mil burn Creek Copper Mines. Specifications, &c., at the Court Houses, Carcoar and Cowra. / A. J. «. SINGLE, Superintendent of Roads. Cowra, 24th July/l879. TO - STAND THIS SEASON AT BLAinNTEY, TDK THOROUGHBRED HORSE 'PRIAM.' Bailwky to Carcoar ! PUBLIC JMiEETIltfG On Tuesday Ne...

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NANCY LEE. [All RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

NANCY LEE. [All Eights Kerebved.] I. Of all the melodies I know, Beigho I Ucigho I Hcigho 1 Ueiglio I There's none like Naooy lice — Oh no 1 ' Hcigho I Hcigho I Hcigho 1 Witt nerves unstrung, l near it sung, Where'er I be ; Tbe whole night long, that frightful song Is haunting me ; E'en in my dreams I hesn the screams of Nancy JJee, Heigho! Heigho I Hcigho I CHontrs. That sailor's wife will be the death of me ; Heigho, tliat song is killing me, That Bailor's -wife will be the death o£ me ; She'll be the death of more than me. n. Oh tell, oh tell me where to go ? Hcigho I Heigho I Hcigho I Heigh I Is there a spot the sky below, Heigho; Heigho 1 Where can I dwell a little spell — Where Til be free— From hearing hummed, and played, and strummed, In every key, The whole day long that wretchedsong of Nancy Lee, Hcigho 1 Hcigho 1 Heigho 1 GHOBU8 — That sailor's wide. &o. in. And now n word before I go, Heigho I Heigho I Heigho! Hcigho i Tho wretch who wrote that song I know, Heigh...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ?♦ ? Rmlwav Mkttno.— We would draw attention to the railway meeting whioh ia advertised to be buld at the court-house on Tuesday afternoon next, The object of the meeting u co-operate with the residents of Cowra in agitating (or the construc tion of a line of railway from Blavney to Murrain burrah, via (Jarcow, Cowra, and Youtg. A. meet ing has just bcon held in Cowra and a railway league formed, and it was decided at this meeting that the co-operation of Carcoar bo invited. We ?re clad to find our Cowra. friend* uniting with us in this important matter, because this lmo is one which greatly interests the inhabitants of tb'eso two important centres. Wo hope tho inhabitants will roll up in goodly numbers. Accident. — An accident happened on Tuesday last to two ladies (hire. MoKee and Miss Olasson) who had just driven in from Blayncy, They were in the act of turning in to the ' Royal' yard when one of the wbeols came off and had the horse they were driving not ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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A SUBJECT FOR DISCUSSION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

A SUBJECT FOR DISCUSSION. TO THE EDITOR. . ? Sir, — Some very interesting subjects are evidently discussed at the Mount Maequuiic Mutual. As they have discussed and settled that smoking and swearing are as bad as each other and worse, I would suggest a subject for tho consideration of the members, viz., 'Which. are the most intelligent uuimals asaes or ; calves 1' Yours, Tyndhurst, July 22. SMOKER. Concert op Cowra. — We wish to draw the attention of our Cowra friends to our advertising columns, whence it will hf seen that the Care jar Amateur Christy Minstrels assisted by the Brass Band, will give an entertainment in the Royal Assembly Room at that place on Monday evening next. A good programme has been prepared, and judging from what we have seen, we think a very good entertainment will be given. We trust (Imt the people cf Cowra will lestify by their presence that they appreciate the Efforts of the Oavcoar amateurs. Messrs. Myers and Solomon have been compelled to suspend payment...

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Open Column [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

©pen Column. We wish it to bo distinctly understood that wo Ho not necessarily endorse tbe opinions expressed by our correspondents.

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A WALL FROM THE MOUNT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

X A WAIL FROM THE MOUNT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I intended to reply to the statement made in your issue of the 12tli, but having more important business on hand I deferred the matter until the present opportunity. The article to which I refer was headed an 'Untruthful Hound.' In your endeavoui to prove this you comtneiired by (trying) to cast reflection; on my mental capacity [which ts rather mean, we should think], personal appearance [we should like to have your photo], &c. As I oannot say what is your standard of personal qualifications, &c, [we should like to know what tbe &c. means], I do not intend to argue the point [what a treat we've lost], but to judge from an old saying that the tongue (or pen) is to the heart what the sucker is to the [tump I must come to the conclusion that the statement made by one of your townsmen is valid, that is if the above is a specimen of the general mental type of Carcoiir ! As regards McKenna j you apeak of I did not kno...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMOKING v. SWEARING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

SMOKING V. SWEABING. TO THE EDJTOll. Sib, — Under the above hooding in your issue of the l'Jtli instant, is a letter signed ' Nu Swearer,' in which tho people and Mutual Im provement Society of Mount Macquarie as he names the place, although Mount Macquarie is about nine tnilea off No. 1, the placo which he alludes to. Being a member of the Society, or one, of the ' Bright and shining lights ' which tho very ironical critic ' No Swearar ' dclighta to call us, it is to thiapart of his ir rational criticism I wish to reply ; although before proceeding to that part I think it would take mi extraordinary one of the ' particular bright and shining lights ' to reflect any light from tho following sentonco of his—' Among the many institutions we havo foremost in ar chitecture and everything elso, ore our church buildings.' Ho must bo a higher light who composed this sentence. The unpretentious stylo of the school building ' is nothing against the Society. He says Hint one who '? takes a vo...

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APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMTIVE LEASES IN THE CARCOAR DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES IN THE CABCOAE DIS1HICT. Tbe Scottish Australian Mining Company, Cadia^* 1H20 acres, country of Bathiiret, paiisbes of Claren don and Waldeprravc. Richard Fur.!,, l'cclwood, 300 acres, county of Gteoigiaua, jKirifh of Wangalo. I Henry Oatr, Bindti, 1336 we?, county o£ Gcor- &r gianst, parish of Julong. ^f John ISIackniau, Bi/ga,. 120. acres, 'county of' I Georgians, parishes of Sleglo anrl Keverstone. B Richard -_!. Oats, Mount Macqimrie,. 980 ncrev H county of Bathurjt, parish of Neville. j Rib..rt AlcKellt junioiy Mount Macquarie, 240 ? acres, cuunj.y of BatUurst, parish of Soincr.?. ? Helen W. Loudoiv Carcoar, 2577 acres,. county of ? Dal hurst, parish of huc-m. George (J.ile, Careoar, 628 acres, county of Gcor giano, prui.-ih of Burraga. Itichard Glassoii^ Gujronjr,. 034 ncrc.',. county of Bjitliurst. parish of Clarendon. Alexander Kiu^humc, Cavcour, 640 acres, oocn-y of Ilatuiu-ist, parish of Someri. GeoLjic Bird^Ciitcoar^ 120 acres...

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MR. T. J. O'BRIEN, THE LATE CONCERT AT BLAYNEY, AND THE JESUITS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

MR. T. J. O'BRIEN, TBE LATE CONCERT AT BLAYNEY, AND THE JESUITS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I h»ve read with no little amount of plea sure the correspondence on the late concert given at Blayney by a number of persons calling them selves amateur minstrels. You will permit me to remark that I thoroughly endorse the remarks made by ' Truth,' for of all the abortive attempts a nigger minstrelesy attempted in this or any other part oi me colony wnicn nave come under my own observation, this certainly bangs it. There was not a singer in the crowd, and if I except the bandmaster, the musicians were a sorry lot. Yet these artists have found a champion m no less an individual than Mr T. J. O'Brieu, one of the liter ary lights of the district, who with a great flourish of trumpets, endeavours to cast oil on the troubled waters. He has rushed in where a printer's devil ' dare to tread' but after reading iris rigmarole, I must exclaim with the poet, The mountain laboured ia prodigious throes. When ...

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