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MORT Co's WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

[?] Wool.— TUe supply for tliis week's sales w.is yjry limited, and the lots generally of an mum i-orU»t eharajjier. Competition Tf^a active, tynd (dlo'tured »t (iw wloB was dispoiod of at satiij factory values, Quotations as follows - —Washed fleece, medium to good, 16J to ISd ; inferior, )-2d to ISii ; greasy, fair to good, Sd to JOjd ; inferior (31 to 7tl ; fioimrcd fleece, }8d to 2fd ; scoured »fc!nwonl, inferior, 12J to 15d ; medium to good, ledtoisawguj. nHKBPsKTMs continue to be in active demand, tid ull available are readily' quitted at fall prices. Vre quote fuil-Roeced, M to H; medium, 4d to fi£d ; and pelte,'2j to 3d per ib. HillBS.— the 'imiMrtity foVward fpi to-day's ?ules wji beloW the ayetage, but there was no material alteration on last week's rates, viz :— Heavies, 3d to Sid ; medium. 2£d to 3d ; light and dr&22Jdtb3idperib. '' * Bote-8. Hu)£8.-— Largo sites, welljcured and carefully flayed, sell readily ftt from 6s to 7s each, but small and inferior conditi...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

COMPANIES. Australian Mutual Fire Society. Capital, £100,00?), Witu-Sqwev to iucrcaecto £1,000,000. Bonuses— 20 percent, each for 2ml, 3rd, 4th ami 5th years. Directors— Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M.P., Chairman ; Manuel F. Jnsephfiou, Esq. ; Wil liam $. Day, Esq. ; John Wctherill, Esq. : William Hflzlett, Ksq. Manager ; WALTER CHURCH. ONLY MUTUAL FIHE SOCIETY giving POLICY HOLDERS PROMTS every year. Policy holdcre are perfectly free liy Jaw from nil liability. Prompt and lilvo-nl ? ? 'kvnerits for fires. }-amage' by Lightninp and Kikji n .ioiis by Oas paid. Fire Insurances at L-J ? . I m H ATEfi. 1 ?- .(. O. DODD. Agent for Carcnar and District. Agent for Blavney, G. HAWKK, Jus. Agent for Cotrr.i, T. RIGAUT. MUTUAL tip^ ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. ISstablisM JSC.-). Incorporated by Act of I'lU-ljainsiit. PuiNni-Ai/ Office : GEOKGE AND WYNYARf) STREETS, SYUN'EV. BONUS YEAU, 1878 -ft. SPECIAL. NOTICE The Second Quinquennium will close on the 30ih June, 187!), \yliun the Profits will...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

'Wb have to apologise to ouv readers fut the lateness of the present issue, Which is attributable to the indispo sition 'of ono member of the staff. We have used bo ma»y apologies lately from the Ratne cause that wo are afraid of. our readers will hurdiv grant us the indulgence we ask. However, we mustcliance the result We shallendeavour to guard against ? such inconvenience in future. We have been obliged to hold over till next week a leader on MJr. Kicc's Railway scheme, the Rev. A. C. Hirst's lecture and other matter.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 August 1879

On August 10 at the Commercial Bank, the wife of J. A. McKhaop of a daughter. lite Carcom; dmmtde & BLAYNfiy 4 COJVBA GA2ETTE. SATURDAY, AOGOST9, 1670^4 FOlt THE INJCHV OF NONE. FOE IDE GOOD OF ALL.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

'Requests arc frequently made lo newspn'. |-ronrietois lo wtthliold imports of tbe j '«ecdings at various PoKco Courts, in wli ? tlie defendant lias, up to liis first nppenvn in that Court, always borne »n unltlemfa character. Ta ninny instancea tin-oil;^1...,... '^ue colony inese requests [mvo uoen con -/.icu 'with where provocation lias been tlie inline -diate cause of defendant's Appearance; ;.m5 tlio jsnrnrilist 1ms no desire to insert ftny ?Uiing to the disadvantage of his fellow-ipon. At-tho same time it must be borne :in ntind i. '.that, where reports liave been publishr;d- BgjjgWBey tiiive ueen inserted wicnouc prcjuaicu io /?eillicr jiarly, nltliough we arc perfectly jus tified in publishing all the credence adduced before =t4iose fjotrrts. However impartially «c may have endeavoured to giro these rc ]-oils publicity, there are some who consider ' themselves very hardly used because' Ure re port is allowed to nppear -at all ; and, within tlio last Cow: mouths some very hard...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. XJosrriaiATiON Service. — Tlie Lord Bislioji of Unburst (Dr Mursden) will iioW a Confirmation service in Kt. Pnul'6 Oiiurcb, Circuar, on to-nmiiow (Sunday) at 1 1 a.m., and at Hie Kmiunnucl Cluircb, l.ynilluiiiit. at 3'SO ji.m. Pusbvterian'.— Tiic Rev. T. Main, M.A., Jias been .'ippointcd to preach in the Presby terian chinches in this district for the next month. He commences on Sunday next, the 30th instant, holding service at Blayncy in the rooming At 1 1 o'clock, .-md at Carcoar in the evening at 7 30. : SSntebtjUnment. — We are given toundm stand that an entertainment, consisting of a display «f vicwn pmivtvayed by n roagic lan tern, will bo given in Kussart's Assembly liooms, BUyney, on flfondHy evening next, in aid of St. John's Church (Anglican), at . King^ P.'avjs. ' ?Blaykey Ankua.l Races. — We remind -our leaders (hat the annual meeting of the Blaynoy Jockey CIu\- will l»e held on Tues day next, February Jst. From ail wo hear -the meeting promises ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

COMPANIES. AuatwliWi Mutual Fire Society. (Established 1872.) Capital, £100,000, ' With Power to increweto £1,090,000. B»nusee-20 per cent, paid annually for tholwU years. liun 3, Day, Esq. ; John Wetbenll, 15«-l. . William Heelett, Keq. M.P. ihugn : WALTER CHURCH. «nt «» Society estaLlishcd in the colony «n Sti5? ^eifpremiua.8 m ? out bonus out of pro BU every yea-. ' , |»olk-y bolder* are perfectly freo by law from all lUWlit/ fWopt and liberal V. iemente lor fires. ^ KffeLaayinjrase »Uowea for payment *t ve p!^W? Waning and E».lo.to» by Gas paid. Agaat tor Carcoar and District. Agent for Blayney, O. HAWKE, Jon. ? Agent for Cowra., T. B1GAIJT. GRATEFUL--COMFOKT1NG. EPPS'S COCOA, BBEAKFABT. ' By » thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutr: tion and by a careful application of the nnepvo pertie» cl wdl^elested cooo*. Mr. Epps has provided onr breakfast tables with a Gehcately fiavoured beverage which may eave us many heavy doetor'«bHb. ...

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BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

BLAYNEY. (FROM OUIl OWN COB-UESrOKDENT.) Since my last (here have been ninny change; in tbe atmosphere ; at one time very warm, at (mother quite wintry, and most trying lo tlie constitution. The much-needed rain still hangs off. During the past three days or so several fitorina have for a time appeared imminent, hut to tlirow 'a cold blanket' as it wem over our ill-grounded hopes of rain, they have each and every one {as the lawyers Kay) veered round and left us in tbe lurch. We have not had enough — although (here have been a couple ot drizzles — tolny the dust. Anniversary Day pawed airny withontany sports tu Ueep Blayncyites at Blayney, or to attract out sidr:s. There is a great want of the true sporting eluinenl-. in our town. Instead of our townsmen and their families liaviiig to go to Hathurst aud Orange and other places for amusement .on holidays, bow much better it would he if local amusements were got up for their benefit The event of the day was the fancy fair held in afd ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

Advicr to Mothers I— Are 'yon broken in your rest by a tick child cuffeiiug with the pain of cutting teeth ? Co at once to a chciniEt and got a bottle of Mns. Wihsmjw's Soothing Syiwp. It will relievo the poor Eiiffercr immediately. It is perfectly harmless aud lileasniit to taeto, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes ' an bright sb a button.' It soothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, rcgnlaUa the bowels, and IB the best known rcmody {for dysentry and diarrhoea, whether arieiiiK from teething or other causes, Mrs. Winslcvr's Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers even whero at Is ljd per bottle. It is said that Mr. Gcrnnl Krefft is in indigent circumstances, and his heal th ie most prccariouB, Archbishop Vanghen has purchased the house and grounds at Glendarrah, Bondi, for a convent school. Valuable Discovery. for the Hair.— If your hair is tnrning grey or white, orjftfling off, use 'The...

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 25TH. (Before Police Magistrates.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

TnnsnAV. JakuarT 23Tn. {Before the Voliee Macistrate.^ Robeit Noble Micd Edward Parker for £1 15s., wages d.ne. Mr E North appeared for the plaintiff. The evidence of the plaintiff and defendant uhvinp been heard, thn hitter apulied for adjournment of the hearing till Tuesday, February Stlu firauted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

Sensible Advice.— No »t is tbe time ot' the yea for Pntumou:a, Lung IVver, &c. Every family should have a bottle of Bachee's German Syrup. Don't allow for oue moment that cough to take hold of your child, your fniuily or yourself. Con Kiimnt.inn. AnthiiiA. Pneumonia. CrouD. Hermor rhages, and oilier fatal diseases may set in.. Although it is true German Syrup is curing thou sands of these dreadful diseases, yet it is much better to nave it at hand when tbrno doteB will cure you. One bottle will last your whole family a winter and keep you safe from danger. If you are consumptive do not rest till you have tried this remedy. Sample bottles, Cd. j regular size, 3s. Cd. Sold by your draggi»t. Wholesale by Elliot Bros. Syuney. Five Centuries op Success.— Towards the closfi of tlio 15th centuty, the Swiss discovered among tlieir inonntainB an aromatio and tonic herb, which, on being incorporated with a pure stimulating clement, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonici and assi...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A sPEcrAT, meeting of the above was held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last. Present — Uie Mayor, Aldermen Corry, CaWeu, Clark, and Fagan. The minutes of the previous meeting were ren-l and confirmed. The Town Clerk laid the following letters on the table -.— ' Carcoar, January 24th, 1881. To the Municipal Council of Carcoar, — 1 wish to resign my office as working overseer on or before the 1st February, and will give up the tools to any one you may put in trust. Tours,, &c, John* Goukince.' ' Carenar, January 25th, JS81. 'Tbe Mayor nnd Aldermen of the Carcoar Municipality. Gentlemen, — I have just received notice of a special meeting called for the purpose of con sidering a motion by Alderman Fa^an to alter the present plans for tho footpath's' on tlie west side of Belubula-street. I am sorry to say I shall be prevented from being present in con sequence of being compelled lo leave here to day. As this is a matter on which I feel very strongl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

WASTE PAPER for sale in any quantity Apply. at tho' '(OHitONlOLE' OFFICE, Oarctoar.

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

XOTES OF THK WKEK. O:irci,nr is clescribcil hy a ivpll-kuoivn luwns ninn as ' tho nvU one-hnreo tnwn in the Aus traliin Cilonics.' Ku&H'ill Brothers, (lie popular enmedians, njaistutl by Mr. ,1. Callen. j;ave a benefit iu the Academy of Music, on Wednesday evenin;; last, in honour of Uia favimritu Mr. Uridges. It is iUitici]mt.ccl ihut tbe Oavcnar SlMicing Company will havo eveiything in readiness for work in nbunt a fortnight. Tlio ISivtburst' Quarter Sessions cnmmenceil on Thursday lust. _ A iMii';h nnd tumble took plnce early on Tues day liinrning, between two well-known anJ able bodied corporation labourers. No damage was done. Perjury ir all the rage at Milburn Crnok. The lawyers are reaping (he hest harvest iherefrnm. Thfi ' Wiznvd of the West ' bas declared his intonti in of Htartini; nnnthcr paper in Carcoar, which is to crush .he ' Clironiclo ' in less than three months. It is understood thnt the title of the proposed journal will bo 'The Reno vated Fossil,' and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! M. F. MOLLOY & CO. Have the pleasure to proffer to the inhabi tants of Blayney and the district A Merry Christmas and the Compliments of the Season, And to say that the success which has followed their efforts during the past season, and the hope of a splendid harvest, has prompted them to enlarge their circle of friends and patrons ; and, as the best means to achieve this object, they have determined on the plan of selling all goods Better and Cheaper than any house in this district as the fol lowing List of Prices will show. No extra charge for Booking to Good Marks. SMALL PROFITS & QUICK RETURNS IS OUR MOTTO. BOLL TO AND SEE FOB YOURSELVES, and do not be Gulled by Storekeepers who have almost a hundred differ ent Prices for the^ame article. We have no private marks or second prices, all onr goods are marked in plain figures. Grocery. Good Sugar (household), 3Jd per B-. „ ¥ellow do. (family), 4d „ Snowdrop, „ 4£d ., Cu...

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CARCOAR HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

CAUCO.UI HOSPITAL. Tnn adjourned animal meeting of the subscribers lo the above institution was held at the Oourc lloufc on Tuesday afternoon Utt. Present— K. J. -). Nnrlh, Bmj., I'.M, (Chairman), Messrs. J. O. Doiii, \V. R Waruer, W. J. if. Dowiicv, C H. Uisrsrs, «. M, Maisli. nml Dr. Smilli. The annual report of iho institution was read by the Secretary, Mr. Warner, and, on the motion of Mr. lioild, [seconded hy Mr Downey, was adopted. Mr. G, M. Marsh moved, aiid Mr. 3)o«Ticy pcoundcr), that the report as read, together wilh tlie subscription list for the jtast year, be printed in the ' Carconr Chronicle.' Carried. The report will apjicar iu the nest issue of this journal. { Mr. Bodil movfld that, as (lie funds of institution wore in Rich a flourishing condition, the sura of £5 be devoted to tlie purchase of a testimonial to be presented to % Warner, in appreciation of the ten-ices rendered by him as Secretary during the year. Mv Downey bad great pleasure in seconding Mr DodiTs mo...

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CAPE AFFAIRS. Natal. January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

CAVR APPAlltS. Natal. Jancarv 23. Hia EsccUcnov Sir Gorge Colley, who cirivod at 'Newcastle uiinut a fortiiigut a^'o, hns now gathered a force of 1000 men foi operations aga;nsfc llio Boers. Information lo liiuul to-ilny pays tbntr the Governor bas commenceii ,tn advance into Hie TraiiBvnnl with iliis force, nnd that so fav he bas met with no apposition.

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. SATURYDAY, JANUARY 22ND, 1881. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq. P.M., and W. B. Warner, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

CARGO Alt POLICE COUET. Sattjrdat, January 22Nn, 1SS1, (Before 13. J. C. North, Esq.. P.M., and \V. B. Warner, Kfq., J.I'.) Ccorn-o Foote was brought up in custody of Con rtable, McKcnna, charged '.vith iodncent exposure. After bearing the eviiience of William Aiderson, the Bench sentenced the prisoner to one months impr'sonuicnt in Bafhurst gaol. J. W. West-, Inspector ot Stock v. Roma Mea dow.*. — Defendant was charged vrith neglecting to take sheep hy the road mentioned in hie'pcrunfc, to which he pleaded guilty. Mr Dodtl appeared for the prosecutor, who did not wish to press tor a heavy penalty. Befondant was fined 5s. ; Court fees, 4s 101; professional costs, 21s ; witness' expenses. 21s ; total, .-C2 11s lOrt Permission was granted to Mr James Bull for music and dancing on the evening of 2Cth instant. :

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE IRISH STATE TRIALS. London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. fFrom tbe Ecbo.l THB IKISH STATE TBIALS. London, January 24. The evidence foriJic tlefonce having b.BO£, con cluded, Jiulgc Fitzgerald to-day caifttnfcncod summing up. Tho tonn of liis Lonlship's addrass to tbo jiii'J'i Ro ^ar, is unf avourablc-lo tba acenscd. .Tnniial'v 9Ji The trial of tho man bora of tbo Irish -Tiand Lnaguc woa ooiitiiinod nnd conoludo J to-ilny. A fter the summing up of Mr. .Tustico Fitzgerald the jury rutiiod.niid'iifter being locked up for eight hours they rcturnoJ into court, being unable to agcee tn a verdict. Tlio traversers wore consequently dis charged. On tbo conclusion of llio trill Mr. Par nell mot with a perfect ovation on leaving the court, by a largo crowd which had assembled ouUide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

if' ;. m . ?» . . ? ' ??'?? ? — ? — Emmaauol Church., LyadkurBt * CONFIRMATION will (d v.) be hc-ld J\_ in the Above Church by the LORD ] BISHOP OF BATHUR8T on Sunday Afternoon Next, al 3-30 oVslocV. jj Candidates to meet ut the Cliurcli not mi- Jater than 3 o'clock. tec — Special collection after servicn in aid of the *V* ?V Church Society. A. 0. HIRST, {™ Incumbent. ? ,. ? TO Lost, T-ETWEEN Circoar and Cowra, a G0LD X- LO0K.ET containing o fady's portrait. Finder rewarded on returning the same to Mns. KENWORTlty. Carcom1, or to MR. TAYLOR, 't! Cowra. iDenartment of Lands, , ? Sydney, 22nd January, 1881. LAN D S ALE. * TTENXION is called to a Sale of Crown Lands J\_ to bo held at the Land Office, Cai-eoar, on the 2nd MARC IT, 1881, comprising tanas County -5w»rgiana, Parieb Jnlong. For further particulars cce Gazette of I9tb ?January, 1681, No. 25, at Police Office or local Land Office. .JAMES H0SK1XS. pR Eresbyteriaa, Ckurch. XT is hereby iutimated that a Meeting of the il JL Pres...

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