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REPORT OF THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEYOR ON THE MILBURN CREEK COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

REPORT OF THE GEOLOGICAL SUR VEYOR ON THE MILBURN CREEK COPPER MrNE. The following Report was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly, on tlie 26 th of June, 1 879 :— No. 1. Tho Geological Surveyor to th i Under Secre tary for Mines. Department of Mines, 9 April, 1 879. Sir, — In transmitting to you the accoru panping Report of Mr. h. F. Pittman, Geo logical Surveyor on the Milbuvn Creek Copper Mine, I lieg to state that I have cxiiininei] the estimations therein given, as to the value of the mine, and find them correct. It will he seen from Mr. Pittmati's report that from actual measurements it has been asceitained that tliu net value of the ore now in sight in the mine amounts to the sum of £20,244 7s., estimating nt the present low price of copper, viz., £56 per ton, and the value of tlio ore extracted from the miue since tho present propriety's took possession, amounts to £3,552 10r. Tiie value of the three furnaces lias been pstimated at;£l,000. In addition to tho above, ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MR. CHANDLER'S CONCERT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

MB. CHANDLER'S CONCERT. TO TnE JiDlTOll. Disar Sill,— \ViU you kindly allow me, through tho medium of y-mr valuable paper, to draw Mr. Chandler's attention to what I con sider was a great omission in his programme in connection with his late excellent and enjoyable concert. He made no mention of the fact that each piece,, vocal and instrumental, was to be embellished by a foot accompaniment upon the floor of the room, carefully sustained through out oy a pare ot ine very lugtily appreciative portion of tho audience occupying the back seats. Had he but mentioned this in the pro gramme I am sure it would havo added ma terially as ah attraction to the concert, and would have gained for the entertainment the amount of patronago from tho good pooplo of Carcoar that it most certainly deserved, ( To boat time with tho foot upon thu floor to each song is certainly, to we, a moBt novel and most charming addition ; 03 it prevents you hearing all the air and drowns the words of the song entire...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

Wit Crnceau Chronicle & BLAYNEV & COWBA GAZETTE, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1879. F^)t Til It INJURY OF K1NK, FOR THB GOOD OF Alt .

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

COM P.Alfl RS . Australian Mutual Fire Society. Capitol, £100,000, With Power to incrciuo to £1,000,000. Bonuses— 20 per ooiit. each fnr/2nA, 3rd, 4th and 5th years. I Directors— lion. John Suthorihnd, Esq., M.P., Chairman ; Manuel F. Jos*-hBnn, Esq. ; Wil liam J. Dny, Esq. ; JoliA Wetherill, Esq. : William Hnzlett, Esq. / Manager: WALTEW CHURCH. ONLY MUTUAL FIRE SOCIETY giving POLIUV HOLDER*! PROFITS every yoar. Policy holders arc perfectly free by law from all liability. Prompt anil libcdkl settlements for (iron. Damage l-y Lightning and ExnloMons by Gas paid. Fire Insarancos at LOWEST KATES. f J. O. DODT-, Agent foil Carcoar and District. Agf nt for Blayney, J O. HAWKR, Jim. Agent for (.owra, 7 T. R1GAUT. MUTUAL LIFE/ ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Established 1S69. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. Principal Office : GEOROE AND WVNYARD STREETS, SYDNEY. BONUS YEAR, 1878-9. SPECIAL NOTICE The Second Quinquennium will close on the 30th June, 1879, when tbe Profits will be ascertained...

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

LONDON. Cable news to July 15, has arrived. The body of the Prince Imperial had arrived ia London, and was conveyed to Citiselhurst, where an imposing ceremony took place. The Prince of Walea, and the Dukes of Edinburgh, Conngught, and Cam bridge acted as pall-beareis. The Queen and Princess Beatrice remained wirh the Empress Eugenie during the ceremony. On July 14th in the House of Com mons, tho Speaker took steps 'to stop the constant obstruction to .business by the Irish members. Mr. Parnell, member for Mealh, violently attacked 'the proceeding, and by a rwolntinswr.ilun.ufd l!i«» Speuk-.vV ' -..-.nii. A mn:u;ious scene ensued. Xlif ;j.--iioii w:ia negatived by usarlj' four ! ;': i -lr-*-i, and a vote 'of confidct'- ? ''.; ii: ' Speaker was carried .without, a iii\ ;s.ie::. : At a banquet at the Crystal Palace, Lard | CranUrooke stated lUat the Aneer wns ' honestly ful iil ling his obligations with the British Government, and that friendship ?with the Afghans secured India agains...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 July 1879

'?rKLBGMPHlC itrTBLLlGgffVJeT SYDNEY. Friday Evening. Young Kenna distinctly denies that any insult {has ever 'been offered him at the Sydney Grammar School. Archbishop^ Vaughan's Pastoral Letter wmi parent^Chat only in Roman Catholic Sohools can their children's bouIb be aaved - that to place them elsewhere incurs danger of perversion, and in also defying the authority of their Church, and that no cod *? feesor, except under special circumstanoea, can absolve Buch parents as are willing to expose their children's souls to the blighting influences of alien creeds, or the secular system. AH children being educated else where must be immediately withdrawn, that Catholics are paying for the support of schools they should not tnako use of, and that they should perssveringly insist upon their legitimate and educational rights. There is no chance of eaviug the steam ship Tumbaroora. Maiden, Hill, and Clark report cattle sales for the week dull. The previous ad vances of fire shilling has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

??nss; — „..,,_.. .... .. , ,^ ?- ' ? - ??, I 'in c .M/ 'i i!i it A. J li A Ji li to, ft I LEY BROTHERS, 608 GEOEGK-SntKEr. SIDNEY. Scarcity of Rjady Money Depression of Business in Sydney. Drapery; ^oods Cheaper Than Ever. 1'cojile in the country who liavc thojinonoy mm now put I6,wvdrtji tff,Uoods for £5, l-yjseiiel:n|j for o'iic ni our'* * ' '? ' * Noted £5 Drapery Bales Every balis' is deliverer! fiuo of charge to tiny town in Hit tolony jv'tliiu eiK days of receipt (if ohtir and fcniittancn. ? ? ' * The Great. Exhibition. rer?nn? wlio- anticipate yisitiog the exhibition nboulit'tijVe )-t-te «f the mlili-csa «f our 1'itt-stree't Kstablisliinent, one door south of thoj Victoria theatre. 'They can tWro obtain' Die most faslnoh able things in' ftlilUvery, Mantles, or Drosses, quite sis good astlib la,i'ge aLojis liivc, at about half _ tbe jfrira. ' ? ? ? . READ.THI8 LTST OP Pit ICES. Out it out'of tlie'jiapuf and jfceep- h \-y vnll TftUft our' advice tvy, say, a £2 bale, as it tria...

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THE REV FATHER RYAN AND THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

THE REV .FATHER KYAN A.ND TSE \y ' PUBLIC- SCHOOLS.' TO THE ED1TOK. f Bir,~ T?;ll you kindly allow, nje a »malln spnee in your valnnblo jonrnaK to reply to some remarks made by tho Eev. S^nthuv %a« while addresaiug . iiis congregation on tlio Education, question on Sunday the 24th ujtv Ao dlustrflto to Uv hearers the bud efleo|a,»t-. tendance at Public School^ was likely to h^ive on the religious education of Catholic children ho said: — 'There was a nuin in this town who hud a son some .ten or eleven yeavs ph\ ntfeiiding the Public. School and also attending thn Catholie Sunday Bcjiool. His parents cared nolhing about liin),and,,ho is growing up in perfect igj.orancs of all rfir ligion. He did. not know one word of his, owning or evening prayers ; he did not oven koow ho«v to Mess himself ; lie was growing up like his father before him — in ignorance.'1 This is the substance of the rev. gentlenjan'o ftilmiuatioi), nnd there cannot be the slightest doubt these clutiitable remarks we...

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The LATE BALL AT BLAYNEY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

TJ3E LATE BALL AT BLAYX3SY. TO THE liDITOB. Sir,— I noticed in your last issne . a letter signed ' Xerphiscore,' in which Mr. Chandler^ your onergetic bandmaster, was referred to in a wost cowardly and instilling manner, with reference to his. playing at the late ba}l held here. I was present on the occasion referred to and can safely assert he did bis part, in A manner that reflected credit on himself, as did also the young ^Handlers, out when Mr. Cttsjidler undertook to supply the mus,ic, I am very well Bure he did not undertake to teach them the different dances, nor yet how to keep tioip to the music. Somo of the. dances on. the pro gramme were only taken part in by two or three couples, and I hardly think the blame can be attributable to Mr. Chandler. Unfortunately, there are in Blaynoy, those who cannot ap-' predate anything unless earned out, in accor dance with thoir stunted mid ivurged ideas. Hoping you will afford me space in your journal in order to remove from Hie respoc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

Hotel to Lei THAT Old-established House, known as Tnt tci*iH's Hotel, Cwooar, late tho White Jlorso. For particulars, apply to \#r J. DERWJN, ^ Carooar, TO STANft 'THIS SEASON AT OAiliGOAR. The Powerfu} Thorowglibred Stallion, BY New Wiwrior (imported) out of Modesty by Marpetii, «ut of Jewell liy titoeltrap (im ported.) One Mate ... ? £1 4* Reduction for two of more. W. K. NESBITT. RicixarcLsoai 38 Wrench, AT1CTIONEEB8 & APPRAISERS, LA.UD, STOOK, & STATION AGENTS, WOOL BROKERS. f IBEKAL APVANCES made on Wool Ij or other Produce pooeigued for sale in Jjydney, or shipment to the London Markef. OFFICES : 142, MTT-SIREET, STOBES : CIRCULAR IQUAY S-'DNEV. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT BLAYNEY, THE THOBOIJGHBRED HORSE 'PRIAM.' New Butchering Establishment TEEesry Thompson HAVING commenced business as a butcher in Curcoar is now prepared to supply ^* jjuutomers with the beat Beef and Mutton available in any quantity at the following prices, viz., i^d., 3d., and 3^d. Persons il- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

Piano* (ifeliprd) FQR SA.LE.; A, Fii it-class . inslrunimty Apply Office pf th it jmpe:;, 1 Ifctjce*. rpHlPABTK^SH] P hitherto, existing X between us as Birii ters and Publishers litts tlijp day been djflso'lyi d by mutual consent. E. H. BOYLE f. J. O'BRIEN; To the Protestaiits of Carcoar, Bl^taw6y,and surrounding Wstiict. A PUBLIC MEETINGftJOF PEOTE8T ANTS of ,a\l denominiKionB will (D.^.) lie held in the. Court Hpjise, Carcoar, ou THURSDAY -24st instantk 3 o'clock p.m.,. to considet- tlie udvisabili/y of establishing 11 ' Protestant Boarding nAi Day School for Ladios,' So meet a. wai/t.Joii r felt jn district. / G MALCOLM / G BlSEVE / A, C. HLRSr TO PARBtBRSS, AND- BREEDERS OP' FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHT STOCK. t THE POWERFUL DRAUGHT STALLION ROYAL K.I,1TO., WIUL STAND THIS SEASON AT GRAHA.M near BLARNEY',, And will Travtl the Surrounding Districts. IT E RMS; Single Mare \ ? £3. T«-o or mare Wares the property of , the samoLwner ? ' £2 10a. Goad Paddocks nroyided ; every careond atten-. ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

TBLEGRAPUK INTELLIGENCE, SYDNEY. Friday Eyeninc. The Council of Education consents to lie application of the B»tuurst Episcopalians to close the Church of England Denominational Scbool in that city. A similar request has been received, {rom Mudgee. The ship Northbrook liaB arrived with fivq hundrei.iintnigrauts. A fceiegiejililc dispatch from the Agent General.says subscribers for the recent New South Wales loan had paid two-and-a-half millions, some prefering to pay in full rather than waif 2j-r the periods appointed for pay ments. Throp ken^ras were injured yesterday at tlit Exhibition building. One sustained frac tnre of the leg anotber of the skull. Sheep Aiarket largely, supplied. Over ten thousand, penned, consequently last weeks yrices receded. Is. Cattle market lias upward tendency, Prices show advance 10s to 15b. Hawkesbuny. Races. — Maiden Plate Faltnouth. Welter Handicap : Bedouin, 1. Grand Handicap:. Kinsman, 1. Produce Stakes : Gipsy, I.

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NOTES OF A TRIP TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

'NOTES OF A 'J'lUP TO lSNGtAND. A ornti.kman, one of our subscribers, bus kindly supplied us with t-Ktracta from a letter which he received from his bister, who loft Carcoar a few mouths ago for Suglaud, ami which wn think will be of interest to our readers, She writes— 'By tliis time you will have beard of our safe arrival by the Garonne ; we reached the London Docks on the 6th May, without having euifured any mishap through' all the perils a,ud dangers of a Ioug Boa journey. The voyage home was xplendid, so calm, that you could hardly imnjj-iiie yonvself on the ocean, lint notwithstanding this 1 managed to be OUiL-Qll/lt Ull UIIU t/U a yv.HL' |*MI b Ul nut* bluiV. lUU other pasesngers reoocecuil about a fortnight after starting. Wo had rather a crowded ship, 140 passengers in tho saloon, but all tried to m&ku theinsolves agreeable, ao that the time passed pleasantly. You must have heard of our stoppage', near Adelaide ; luckily tbo sea was not high dur ing the l\piR we wer...

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THE RAILWAY TO CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

THE RAILWAY TO CAKCOAE. The following telegram wpa received by us from Mr. Lynch last night/— 8.15 p.m. The deputation need. not come down. TJie Surveyors will start to Blayney^ on Monday without fail.

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Original poetry. EARLY SPRING IN CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

(OriaiiwI Sactrp. EARLY SPRING IN CARCOAR. The spring has como ! the early spring, With snowstorms and with thunder, And rivers rolling mountains high, With all their green banks under. The spring has crime ! the free fresh spring, With a tornado raging ; ' ' ' And direful battle Beret and strong, The cicuionts sju waging. The balmy sprjngi the sweet, young spri:^g ! With roadways deep and miry. And trees all blighted wjth the cold, Their fronted, branches wiry. The budding spring ! the new green snrii;? !. .' Has come ; now iv«it=iJ«- uvcr,-' lJ~' - And lialf-starcod horees prowl around, fu searcii of grass and clover. They sjy spring's conic with bloom and bu,d, Our heavy hearts to gladden, But if it does not soon improve, I fear 'twill only sadden. Tins ' Poet Laijbeate.'

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EAST MACQUARIE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

EAST MACQUAE1E ELECTION. The Polling took place yesterday. The returns so far give Mr. Combes a largo ma jority. His election is certain.

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THE LATE BALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

THE LATE BALL. TO THE ED1X0H. ?SlB. — A lottei on the nbore subject np\yeaici in yuur last issue which is really so paltry aud scurvy in its tJjiiu as to ba ;ilmo.-,t. beneath contempt, an'l were it not to assure Mr. Cluuullcr -j£ the unbounded satisfaction and pleasure he g.ve to those wh - can appreciate gooil music I would not trouble .; ou. Of course there were some persons at the hall whose musical tastes did not soar '.higher th,%n tlie strains of a Rcrcn-and-isisaicuny concertina, manipulated on by some low flash native ?with his ca'obase-rree on three hairs and a emty in his mouth. This is youv correspondent's ' beau ideal ' of a musician v mid all Hie ladies and gentlemen who were present, with tew exceptions, Krill endorse ? my opinion when I s.\V that tlie music of Mr. x21inuiller and his son -wju. '.be best we have ever had in Blayney. Further, Mr. Chandler, thought proper to present hi,msel£ in the costume of a gentleman aini conducted' himself as such, the contrast bet...

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THE KELLYS AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

THE KKJ LYS AGAIN Two of Ui? giwg, supposed to be, Nied Kelly and Steva Hart, entered the Mans6old bank and took £100 therefrom. The police tge in pnreuit.

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Open Column [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

(O4JCU Gfolumn. ? a. ? AVe wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed ky our correspondents.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

IjOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ^ , — ? ? »-— ? Contkacts JJEOnrvED,— The following con tracts have been accepted, by the Govenuuont : — H. Murphy-T-Oontract 2h, Koad Orange to Cargo. R. Grant— Bridge over Two-mile Creek, Road Mandurani(i to Canowindrn. Unsuccess ful Tenders for the above are zyVJiesjwdj to accept this intimation. t' ' . Mutual Lira Association of Aubtbilu.— i^elittvereceiveij a copy of 'the te&th annual report of this Association, which has, been landed to tho, members. The dwjectoni state tJjftt for the year ending June 30th, 18J9, there were issued 1,5(32.. pplicies, for the sum of £«7,2f5, producing new premiums amounting tpm-Slfi 18s; 13. The total yearly' revenue n$%$)M,000. The Actuarial Invettigation wlwen flhdertakon by H. J. gawking, 'Esq., ?-,A,j4ate,ifyHaw of tho lustitute'of Actumea, ^n 1 the result trill be declarod at k apecinl '? t'ojtujg |o he called at an early date, after *?'kh :i}ie necessary calculations for tho «lis tri i;ion of bonuses will b...

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