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TUESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and W. [?] J.P.) SHEEP-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

Tuesday. 'Wore tUo Police ltM»«V1£J-- *ud w '' ' SnpEP-STEAj^wa. Thomas Eagan, sen., and Thomas Eagm, jun., were brought up obarged with stealing 7 head of 6 William Montagu Eothery deposed: I reside at Clifden, and am a sheep- owner ; I knpw the prieonore before the Court ; they reside about two miles from my run ; I have a considerable number of sheep running at large i; I commenced muster ing them, on tie 25th February ast ; I sent to Eigan on the 28th February to tea aim M comp and take some of his sheep aw.ay which were in my yard ; Thomas Eagan, the younger oamB and pioked out from the strajglers a number of sheep branded TE in tar and put themovcr the Sonce into an adjoining yard ; 1 told him: to look «id.seo ii there were any more bearing bis brand j he looked through them and said thero were not ; he then gnt into tho yard into whipli he put the sheep h» Ead picked out, and I got in also.; I then asked him if tho whole of the sheep lie picked out were Lie property; he said ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

SYDNEY Lait night, the second reading of the Electoaal Bill was agreed to without a divis ion. In Committee the Colonial Secretaty stated that additional information laid on the table yesterday, rendered it necessary that the Government Bhould modify their pro posals. They admitted that Canterbury, Clarence, J-iverpooi riains, jumiaj, »??« Murruinbidgee, were entitled each to an al di'.ional member beyond what was proposed, and would have no objection to a member bringing forward what he conceived to be a i a' id claim on the pnrt of. an eleoiorate to additional representation. In the case of all ''\'- Wocks of land measured for auction Bile, the x.,nljer jias determined toreiie-'' centrally situate blocks for school and c'el' |itUie pwpotu -^ event of asettWent cf population l-*'^ -quiring such reel' vj-tion. _ , London, i*^ 4 ijfl, ^ The Western Powers '«MM rigl t of Greece to regies mm^m® European Conference. It is «M.l#M«r ? iitel fnm Vienna that war ' WMrtW girded as inevitable...

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WEDNESDAY. SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

Wednesday. Sheep Stealing. Martin Shean was charged on the information of St. Ckiorge Rothery, with stealing four ewes and throe lambs his property, on tlio 20th Feb ruary, also four ewes aud tvro wethers, his property, on tine san\e date. St. (Joorge ftothery deposed : Know the de fendant ; myself and brother manage the station, we have been, mustering the sheep ; the defend ant cainjo to iny drafting yard on the 4th at Clif den ; I had all the sheep bearing other lu-anda than our own put into the yard ; I then told liijn, to pick out his sheep ; he went into the yard, caught ther^ jvnd; lifted them over the fence, he caught about 65 altogether ; he then said I've got all my slioep ; I then asjeed him if he claimed the alieop.hs j.iicked out, and hi; said 'yea,' I saw one sheep in the number thnt ho took his lot from bearing his. tar brand and ear mark ; I said here is .% 5,'ieep here yet with your brand on ; hesaid he did not know anything about that one ; I showed liim his brand ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

Caution   I HEREBY give notice that i.,i Sheep   found trespassing on my enclosed land       on the Two-Mile Creek, will be impounded   and the owner sued for trespass.       A. TilMS. ! Lyndhurst.  

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COMMERCIAL. Mr. Isan a Report [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

COMMERCIAL Mr. Isaac 's Report £. s, d. Super Fine Flour, per ton 15 0 0   Seconds, do. " " 13 0 0 Wheat, per bushel " 0 6 0 Pollard, per qwt " 0 6 0 Bran, " " 0 5 0   Hay per ton " " 0 * * Potatoes per ton, " " 5 0 0 Onions (retail) per ton **, " "* 1 0 Bacon, (retail) per dozen per **, " " * 1 0 Eggs (retail) dozen " " * 1 6   Cheese (retail) p-er lb. . 0 10  

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LOCAL AND GEN[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

LOCAL AND GENERAL ***8 ^^ and on, the 7th instant, at ^^^k, before the Coroner (J. O , on the body of Anthony Bogg. *** tty deposed: I am a legally qualified medical practitioner, residing at Carcoar; I examined the body of the deceased, and found external marks of violence upon it to account for death; I made an internal examination, and upon examining the chest found a large quantity of – – – asated blood, on examining the heart , I _ _ _ it healthy, but larger than usual; on _ _ _ ing up the aorta, I found an aneurism had – – ?reJ ju»t outside tllts heart ; thTw mZ* gce with the medica! t*1^ ^K The Holloway Troupe. j ffhSlMliSrti j being sustiiued hy M'a. Holloway, whose I histrion,io ability is too. well-known to need comment at our '.^nds, oale of 3poths, On Wed' dsday last M.r. Isaacs sold by auction t- a booths for the for the forthcom ing Shr a- as follows : No. 1 booth — Mr. J. Smil.1', £10; No. 2 booth— M;r. Meiidham, £11 Ss. Mr. McFudden bought tbe aettling night for 25a....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

MOULTON'S PAIN PAINT Cures the Worst Pains IN FROM 1 TO 20 MINUTES NOT ONE HOUR after reading this advertisement, NEED ANY ONE SUFFER WITH PAIN Moulton's Pain Paint is a Cuse for Every Pain. IT WAS THE FIRST AND IS THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY that Instantly Stops the Most Excrutiating Pains, Allays Inflammation and Cures. Congestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other glands or organs, By One Application in from One to Twenty Minutes, no matter how violent or excruciating the pain, the Rheumatic, Bedridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease, may suffer. Moulton's Pain Paint will afford instant Ease. – o – Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of the Bladder, Inflammation of the Bowels, Mumps, Congestion of the Lungs, Sore Throat, Difficult Breathing, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics, Croup, Diptheria, Catarrh, Influenza, Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumat- ism, Cold, Chills, Ague Chills, Chilblains, and Frost Bites.   – ...

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BLAYN[?] PRICES [?]ENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

BLAYN'S PRICES CURRENT.   Messsrs. Hawke & Pl- Report. £ s d Wheat per bushel _ _ 0 6 0 mm ^^^^^^^^COWRA GAZETTE. ^^Vj^^ ? ? ? ^^^^W ^^^^^FOR THE GOOD OF ALL.    

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[?] PUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 16 March 1878

^^^^^^^^^^^^?to PUB- much ?, such glar- ing infringements of its very liberal conces- sions have gradually crept in, as to, warrant a general re-construction of the measure. One glaring eyesore in the 1862 Act is     doubtless the manner in which licenses to sell spirits are granted by Benches of unpaid magistrates. It is useless to attempt dis- guising the facts of packed Benches, the pressure of trade creditors— oftentimes magiatrates themselves — the local interests of landlords, who up to this date have erected buildings of every possible description, which, from their style, were evidently intended for public-houses, and for which licenses were surely to be obtained; the lamentable amount of Sunday trading,   which has now increased to such a terrible extent, as by the convenience of half-closed side doors, the bars are as thickly thronged as on week day. The supply of (oftentimes drugged) liquor to unfortunates already under its cursed in...

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CARCOAR AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

CARCOAR AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A Meeting of the Committee and members of tl»e above Society took pjace in the Court-house. on Thursday' last, B,. Stinipson, Esq., in the chair. The following busincsr, in connection with the forthcoming shun- was transacted : ? Resolved — ' That them ho tirn nnlili'naiio booths im the ground to be sold by public auction on the20lh instant together with tho gates.' Resolved— ' That fruit stalls bo charged 10s. each.' Resolved — ' That the Secretary be empowered to arrange with the Carcoar. brass band for their services on that day.' Judges. The following are the'jndges elected in the. different classes : — ' ' Class A— Blood Stock. Messrs. Loin is, A. K. West, .1, J. McPhee. Dr.utght Stock— Messrs. Fagan, Chaqilcr. sour., lUnrantiulil. : Clasa U— Caitlr. Messrs. Stimiison, T. Cilz J-atrick, K. Tulburst. ' Cl:is.s C— .Sheep. Mussr.-. J. W. Wast, Loiuns, lUouiufiul.I. ? Class D— Pig^. — Messrs. Tucker. Tolliur^t. j Cias^i E— Poultry. Meferti. ICuuwortlir...

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

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIQECE. |YIINEY Friday Evening. List night Sir Alfred Stephen &irm^ ix oerioH o! reaoIutioiiA affirming the c^(jediency Df reviving thtt olfico of Solicitor-General. Both HoiiRes cm cifid nn Address to tlie Governor ou his dppnrturc from the colony. laming tho discussion of tlie -quality ol Mtions supplied tit the training ship Vei-non, Mr McElhone imputed dishonesty to the con tractor, Mr KidniKii, who »viih in Sr.rnngp.i'^ Gallery, and' exclaimed ' That's ft He!' He was immediately romovi'd. Mr Purkes moved resolution inNtructing the Attoruey-Gfliieral to take procet dings Mg«inst Kidman for this outragq, wJiichjWRs curriod without civision. The Sydney Tramwiiy Bill authorising the construction of u t nun way from tho terminus to the Exhibition, wus brought in and read n firfit tithe, and p.iss«d liy a niiijoiity of 31 to 1Q. Cost of c-)iiKi,niction,«.£l 1,000. TIir bq'dy washed sishore (it CHtlipriqe llill B.iy linn liceii idontiand hh Mik Png da|p, ]);is...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

ST. PATRICK'S, DAY. Tlie nuove day will bo clebrated in Carcoar witli au unusual nmount -/f eclat. The forma1 -'l»oiijn(jof the now pust-ofliju by tliu Una. Saul ISaiuuei jvjll take place in tho forenoon. A very excellent programme of. sports will take jilace on the cricket ground in aid of tha Cat coar brass baud, and should the weuthcr be at nil propitious a large attendance is. anticipated. In tbe evening a banquet will be given iu honour of tho Postmaster-General in the court liouseat,which1there iis promise of a large gathering The following gentlemen have signified th,eir in tention of being present— Mr. E. A. Baker, M.L.A., Mr. Driver, M.L.A , arid Mr. drack A day's racing mil take place -at Blayney,' the sport having licau provided by Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Clements. Tfaa'pri^M.-wce fiSeral iniid no doubt the meeting will bo well patronised. A day's sport h^i 'al^q ' been provided at Trunkey by S{r. iJFoh'n Hade. There are a large number of events 'on the programme wh-ch will n...

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

(Dpcit Coi^njij. HVk wisb it to bo distinctly understood that we 4q not necessarily ciidnrse the opinions expressed by our correspondents. ' ' '

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CANOWINDRA POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH. (Before the Police Magistrate, G.D. Sherwin, and H. Osborne, Esq., J.s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

OANOWINDI^A POLICE COPET. SjiruHDAV, Mauch 8th. [BeSaro the Police Magistrate, G. X). Sherwiu, and ^ H. Osborne, Eso.s., Js.P.) ' '^ Michael McGill, on bail, was charged with being drunk and disorderly on tbe 15th ultimo. Ad monished and discharged. ' The same prisoner was also charged witb assault ing Constablfl Mattison, and using chsoene lau Ruage. For the rfist charge he (was nueii 40s., or 7 days in gaol, and for the soiond 10s. or 3 days in gaol. J. W, West, Inspector of Stock, summoned John Jones, Joseph Jones, fieorgo Ferayth, R. Caseidy, H. A. Casoidy, i^iid Mat. Difffy, for neg ting to register their sheen in accordance wifl} Vic., 19, sec. 42. Hayipg' all pleaded guilty, tlwi^ wire fined 5s. enctv ' ; ' ' ^Ifrml Huttalecr was charged at the instance of Constable Mathisou with using obscene language on the 15th February. Vlne4 If B- 1-W., or 3 days in gaol. John Sloan was charged with the same offence, and fined )4a. 104. or 3 days in gaol.

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

cultural & PastoralAssociation AJNNUAL SHOWJ ^^J^l^^^^^^^^^T^s^^ April 1. L«r '» saw *«* f« -- - ? IT Jge- l8t Prize. 40s., 2nd 5?J*° ?,ame Co-*. any colour ; Prize Cs -? W- l.t J'ri«, 408- 2nd $£ J^,^ '.Mwo Hens ; PnV, 5s .-, 2Us P'tfll ttur Carriers J f'° ''!'' Less Horse or Mare, to be ,'?tto Pllir Ja=»l-ius ^ tto ^'' U.! Vise. 20a 'i»n A«y Oilier Breed d'to 1i'r i F,al, 1st 1'rize, 20a, 2ml ft '° «'«? -* Canaries ,#tto d t ' U'tto SngleCockUi.il (canary) 1' ' Foal. Irt Prize, 20s., 2nd : (Han F. Dogs. Entrance 2s. (id uey, Prize, 20s geat Qreyhonnd dog or slut ? Prize -?„ to !w ridden l)y a lady, DHtq Kangaroo Dogg ditto ' dTtto -,-,„, i!!'10 Newfoundland ditto ditto .flues' Hackney, in com- D»tto fetter ' ditto !-► dsone Riding \Vbip Ditto Pointer rf t ' ° ^f'0 lps. 3ft 0 to 4ft C ; 1st ''«» lietrievei rf tto !r»° -,'-;0s Ditto Sh»ep ,?itt° V''0 Jip.Piv.S0. Ditto Oattfe S J**° ,g 13* ban... ; Prize, 20s »itto Bull Terrier ditto m° gen.iial purposes, 2Qs Ditto Itougb Ter...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

TO THE EDITOR. Sir.— In yonr list of Subsorib,e,r8 tq tbe Carcoir Hospital, 1 find my mine is omitted, as has now twice been the case. In 1877 and 1873 I gave a gentleman in Carcoar 10i. and £1 Is., as my dona tions for those years respectively. I am not anxious to see my name in print, but 1 wish to tnow what became of tbe subscriptions. I beg to enclose collector's receipt for 1878, and will thank you to make inquiries. Yonre faithfully, THOMAS O'DEA. Eugoura, March I2th. '

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TRUNKEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

TIIUNKEYT CREEK. FKOM OUR OWN CORI}BSI-O^DESrw The monthly court was held here on the 6th, be fore the P.M., no other magistrates being in attendance. Theva was no business of any impor tance, and only one ca»e of small debts, McCar mack v. VValsb, for £2. ogistment fees. Plaintiff did not appear when called, so the case was struck out. The l'.M. cranted a permit to John Cliesher for the booth on the Cricket Ground during the match on the 8th instant, between, the No. 1 team and the Trunkeyites Permits were also granted to John Hade for tlie booth on St. Patrick's Day, to Joljn Walsh, for music on St. Patrick's night, for a tree ball and supper, and to John Chesher for music on the JOtb. The P.M. then gave notice that he would np(t grant permission for muBic to anyone' during at^y sports' that wet e being h«ld with\n utie nulo of thetownBlup. ' Tfic pbnndkeapqr bfire has go( into disgrace with some 'of tl^e 'elite, of TjTiukey. through charg ing '2e. fed. for tw6 pf their horses tha...

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

THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF JOHN McMAHON. Great Clearing S'ale REt£RA^SBJ' ,*c' hv ©KE MONTH A' fl€°coS?i&fJ5&g BK0'BH Corooar Agricultural and Pastoral Associatioa rnHE Sul)sct)(Won8 of Members of the A ubovo Society for 1879 u,re now due. 1'ickctn of Meinl)oralii|) oan be obUinnd from the Treasmer, G. M. Mursli, ISsq., of Hie City Bank. The Annual Show wiU l,e lipld in Carcoar in April next, wlien members of tlie Society will be allowed to enter exhibits fbeis in all oUbues, W. \VARNER, Secretary. B Saw- HW«r. Sale, Y PRIVATE CONTRACT. The Ma clinmiy consists of One 20 h. p. Port abhLngiiw by Rouey and Co., wliich hM done very little work, and in in perfect working order. Vertical Saw Bench and Horizontal du will, I,..jn T«m,w«ys and :,. lrolhes Jor Log-dmwing. There are algo * 3 feaniBof Working Btillooka, witbDmys Waggon, Hiid gear coinjiletc. The ffitfi! «m now be seen iu full work Apply to

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GENERAL REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 March 1879

GENEJRAX, l^EQUI^VTIOlSrS 1. Exhibitors of I.ivr Si...-k i»iiipMiiic for ,,iw must have u*,, the l»«a-fi.l« ow,,erl of fd , » K le;^t one mj.ulh before th..- day of ICxhibitioii. - Jiie .linlj.'es may nrroiiimi-iiil f,,r i,ri/ot or .oimne,,! a, ,l,ey n.ay ,!„-,„ fi,. .,,„- .-xUSlrit ^rtl™ jtWNal,™ not included i,, ihti pio^ran.nie. ' .5. iheJudKeswill be directed not to lee.iinmcn.l ueritnZCh a'y °xljil)il ]'jt '?'''?ideiisl of mjieic-nt 4 All persons inlendinp 'to rxl.if.it live urt nniht ^ive two weeks' written notire to the lion bee of what they intend to exhibit. ,,,,| Ma.,: tl^e I uehcnption, ace, breed, and breeder (if fcnoin, 1 ' .'? tX xll!l)1Jo^.0f f'm an.l p,,J(!I1 produce must * c;J'h-.'T'ds wi' I)0 'f™ fnr liic ««''-!»«'' !? the SI u '. 7°' '' SU''i0W' ''i('!lv J'«viw» i o the SI ion and fro.., 7 a.m. till !).3() a.ul. un i|ie - ?m-We.1 W' '''? Whic1' ''J t'!Cljibit!i wiIllw'f 7 The JmljTcx will iWet tl.e Exhibit* bet wmi' i).30 ii.ni. and USo ,„, ,|,e day of i,,e Show. ...

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

For £ale at Fsrusidtj, 350 WETHERS, 3J YEARS OLD. 100 do !J „ 3/0 EWES, SJ VEARS OLD. 160 V, 1£ * '„ 300 WKANER-. IB MtTDlSEE-BKED HAMS, In Good (lidqr, and have been running on Ijqx Hidgcs. Also 100 Head Quiet, Well-bred Cattle, aii|J a Pure-brod Bull — all in Fine Condition. Tciins Cash. Apply to J. L. t'OBB. Fcrns'idc, lath March, 1879. AcknowlQcLmeat J A- MOSS, JEWELLER, AND P150PRIETOI). OP THE 1'ANcy GOODS DEPOT, CAKCOA1}, BEflS to thank his Numerous Customers for their Kind Eurjuirics iluriug the week after his late accident. Just arrived 'a large assortment of fiold and Diamond Jewellery, Watches, and One Thousand other Lines of Goods too numerous to mention. Come and See to believe this. T YKDHyUST.— Impounded »t Lyndhurst, on Jj the Cth day o£ March, 1870, from the Dairy, by order of B. Stimpson, Esq. ; sum due at data ff notice, lla. Cd. : — Chestnut mare, » over -» off shoulder, blaze, near hind foot white, aged, about 14 hands. If not released, will be sold at this Poun...

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