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Select Poetry. HOPE AND TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

§zkct ftorg. HOPE AND THUST. Vhsn standing at your window pane, Some dreary stormy wiuler dty. You watch the pouring, driving i-aln, Aud wish tlie cluiula would pass away ; Even while you gaze — for freedom pining— S;3 ; ' Every olouj has a silver lining.' When sorrows darkest clomls shall lower, Caelin;; their threatening shade o'erhcaJ, And you will think in that eart liour That all your hope in life lias fled ; Remember i;bis, and cease repining, To every cloud there's a silver lining. Tnen up 1 and bravely bear your lot. Whatever clouds your way o'ercast ; Be patient 1— they can harm you not — For He who guides them safely pnst, Gives, with His wisdom, love combiuiug, To every cloud a silver lining. Then, even if the storm be strong, Let faith and patience always last ; It may not bo till evensong, But deepest gloom will break at last ; While through the rift we see the shining Of every cloudlet's silver lining. Orange, December 14. F. D.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

TELEGRAPHIC IKTELUGtt&Cti. ? ? ? SYDNEY, Friday Evening. In Uie Upper House yesterday Mr. Pid» dington ejected M tlie stiS]»nBum of the standing oilers to pass the Supply Bill in one sitting, consequently tlie Government; officials will not be paid for several days; the second reading was made an order for Wednesday next. The Assembly is occupied chiefly with Uie socond reading of the Fisheries Bill, which was considered [in Committee to clause 10. The plans and sections of tlie remaining por tions of railway from Willarivwatjg to Mudgee were approved. An amount will be placed on the Estimates in recognition of the services of tlm Colonial Architect in designing the Exhibition Build ing and superintending its erection, also for tsmks for the conservation of water in the country between the LacWan, Bogan, and Darling Rivers. j\. Bill n ill shortly be introduced to amend Uip. Mining A ct. Tlie Minister for 'Works nnnonnced that an offer had ber-n received from an English Compa...

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

'Wanted- WANTED A FEMALE COOS. ?-' Apply to MRS. TAGA.1S, Royal Hotel, -kpcoar. Meeting. , -'''. APUBLtC SfEETING will be h&b atifo. Tasker's Royal Hotel. Mandur»-na, on MONB&Y EVENI5TG NEXT, 31bV Jnstant for tlie purpose of arranging a programme of Athletic Sports to take place on St. Satrick'« Day (17th March, 18S1.) : Lost, BETWEEN Carco&r and Lyndhnist, on W«d ' nesds-y last, a Small Gold Locket, with a : bird enamelled thereon, the finder. «illt«ceive ' -s. by leaving the same at the ChboSiclIb Office. TWO POUNDS REWARD. Lost to Stolen* 0UE T3BOWN TUMBLER and ONB Large pouter pigeon. The Above Reward will be paid if Stolen, on conviction ; Ten Shillings if Strayed. W. TANKEB. ST PAUL S CHURCH, CArHCOAR A. BAZAAR. In aid of tire Above Church will '(B.v.) be held -at CARCOAR, March 22, and 23, (The Nights of Uie Carcoar fiacee). Further particular in future ad yertisment. St- Paul's Chnroli, Caxeoar mHE «iftl«t Rev, the LORD BtSHOP OF 1 BATHUBST will (d.v....

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LETTER FROM LAYCOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

LETTER FROM LAYCOCK. The following letter is fiou Laycock to a friend in Sydney : — 'The BellR. Putney. London, November 23, 1880. Dear ? , Well, old fellow, the big race is over, and we got ' done.' I stood and looked at it from staitto finish. At the Btflrt I looked at it as a moral, but at the finish, I can assure you, old fellow, I was noupluased, in fact, dumbfounded, as well I taight be, for, iis 1 a stood up, I had not as uuoh as would jingle on a frying-pan. * * Poor old Ned was terribly cut up. I never saw a man take it to heart bo much. Ho lest all he toad. Of course I cheered him «p all I -could, bnt the blow was heavy. How he lost the race I cannot tell you, for I Km confident he is the better man of the two. The day was fine, and everything fair. The only conclusion I can come to is, that when Hanlon headed him, which he did, the amount of money and responsibility, com bined with the consequences of a drfeat, overcame Ned, and his strength fuiled him, for after a mile a...

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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22ND, 1381. (Before J.A. Wharrie, Esq, J.p.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 22nd, 1881. (Before J. A. Wharrie, Esq., J.P.)   Maggie Cummings, alias Biddy O'Connor, alias Ellen Hughes, was charged by Senior constable Finlay with being drunk and dis-   orderly, to which she pleaded guilty. She also pleaded guilty to a charge of using obscene language, and a further charge of destroying public property. For the first offence she was discharged ; for the 2nd, fined 40s., or one month in Bathurst Gaol, and for the 3rd fined 10s. or seven days. In reply to the Court she said that she had only arrived in town the night before and had a few long beers, and that she had got knocked about, but she was a respect- able woman, and had followed the stage life for years. Monday, January 24. William Hughes, a very old offender, was charged by Senior-constable Finlay with being drunk and disorderly, and further with using obscene language. On the first charge he was fined 40s. or 7 days ; on tho 2nd he was fi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 January 1881

DIED,           ON the 22nd instant at Goolagong, (accidentally killed by falling from his horse). HUBERT THEOPHILIS, eldest son of the late THEOPHILIS POWER, of Canowindra, aged 38 years. The   deceased was universally respected by a numerous circle of friends, and leaves an affectionate     mother and brother to mourn their loss. May he rest in peace. The Carcoar Chronicle & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE.   SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1881.   FOR THE INJURY OF NONE, FOR THE GOOD OF ALL

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PARIS, March 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

PARIS, March 12Srd. 'Wlillsit the usual performances were frrfc ceeding in a theatre, n't Nice, the bnfiaing «a light fire. Tho means «f ^soapo prov«d insufficient ?; many persons were trampled to death a»A numbers were burnt. More than 100 pw-Eons perished. The theatre -waB totally destroyed.

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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

?NOTES OF THE WEEK. We remind selectors and all others interested that the interest on .all Conditional Purchases must be paio on or before Thursday ncx*, the liiat day of the present month. The attention of the public Is directed to the special advertisement of the regulations issued by the committee of the Carcoar Turf Club wifh reference to enllonimr on -the-courso. &c. I Mr. W. B. Warner will submit tt- Tines auction on Wednesday next, at Pagan's Boyil Hotel, the rights and privileges iu connects n with the forthcoming show to bo held in Carco r on April feth. — See advertisement. Wb invito attention to the alteration of tl o date for holding tho Carcoar annual show, n consequence of the Orange bHow taking place n April Cth, the Carcoar show has been postpon d to tho '8th -of tiiat month. A via* wvcoessful -pic-nic was hold in f e Stolfe paddock on Wednesday afternoon last, which $3 of the -children attending tlio Church E England Snnday School were -present. &bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

tJarcoar Turf Club, j , NOTICE, j ^H :mHE GENERAL PUBI£C tfifl liMsh«wTg«l | ^ I 2n «d. each admission *o i-lie Saddling j Paddock. Mem Wre 6T i he 'C.T.-C. -on i-vo- ! ? duclion «T tickets -cmly. -Jockeys, Owners of ! ;f^ Racs-l.«rst», B'nfl'iRacel.ctsps, JTreo I._|_J| Tickets ior-admlwion to flreSaAHHTg tr*-\- ?cock to 1-e obtained from the ?Secretary only. ,| .^.And nolioe is Jiei-cliy farther given tiiatall -\ Tmraes tied -or fastened xm the outside of -the 1 ' fence BuiToiin'diiig 'the -course, the -property ? kjF« nf the aboTO -Crffb, will be let looBe Ht the *?* risk of the wwner without MgH.'rtil1to persons. flST All Galloping on the ?Ootirse 'between the several -races ?jsulrktly forbidden. Any ipei-Bon violating this regulation ?will beFjned ;in accordance With iho-tfiUes -ff the Carcoar ?T«,fClab. .^.^ ..*?' Hon. Sec. TENSERS. ~ ;; fnENDERS Will he roceivefi-iip to noon -sT X the 29ttt -Instant, nddresBea' to the1, 'Clerk of IPfltty ^Sessions, Cjwrfl, for the Supply and ©...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

1B81. i HAPPY HEW YEAR 10 ALL I tBie Commercial Hotel, i MANDUEAMA, ?StiH 'exists, although -envioiis jinojrle said. ?J?. W. ''coaia not Itve:' I8«t fliefeoiis: of Erin sing — ?*' I love my native couiitiy, and I'm Joyail to ?niy Queen, ! JBut Uiore-is no'|-lace'like MoFaoden's where . I get =016 real 'poteen.' ? j KINAHAN'S L. L. WHISKEY ! Always in Stock at ?F. W. McFAIDBBN'S, 'The Commercial. -A!ll lovers of ^ofl Me call alt K W. McFadden's A'nd try a glass oT his CELEBRATED AMBER ? Strewed Skpressij for The Commercial. fiSon't Tie angry -with me darling, For you 'know I can't be mean, ?'So I'll step into McFadden's to try his SiN -ver -Stream. 'W. '&. A.. ^ilbe^s World-renov, ned SILVER STREAM GIN, ?Can be purchased in case or bottle at V. W. MoFADDEN'S, The Commercial LOWND'S RUM, SLike 5Jew Milk, at the lowest remunerative sprices tit The Commercial. £n days of old, so I am tola, Noah use3 'to ?drink at times, ©ut what would Iie-eay iFhe had lived to try ?G-ehr-ig's'Co...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

MUNICIPAL COVN-CTL. Trtstasut.1 Inrtniplilly meeting of the Council was held at the Council Chambers ' on Tuesday ovening last Present— His Worship (in tlie chair), Aldermen Clark, Downey, Warner, Callen. and l'liKan. Tlie minutes ot the previous meeting having 'been re.-ul nnd -confirmed, the following nmotiuls were passed Tor rpayment : — 3. IlawVhni -and men, £16 1 7s. ,nnd .T, Cody, 15s. The teljdors Tor Oio assre'mrat of properly wituiti the Municipality being ennaiflcred owessive, ii was' dncided iip;-n tuo motion o'f Alderman Warner, seconded Ijy fngnn, lo rail for fresh tender*. Alrlcrninn Downey movnd— ' Tnat lemlers he si once culled frr feiinins in Icely and Coomijinj; streets.' They wcw li.iblo for any titicident that mipht occur; (bey l;n-I instances of (liis liability in Bathdrrt and other i-iae-w. Re had laa-pntd from one of the Aldermen present that lenders Uad been callcl fyr tlie work wjino five moi.ths n^o, and 'ho would now move that fresh tenders'bc-ciKled Cor t...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 9.32. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEy, P.id9V, S-3S. Th-? U'aynfy to ^lurniniliiiriah Vine was snnctioned l-y fhe Assembly last night, after tnucli discussion. Friaay, 12-30. Lart; night tlie A.st*mWy passed the Eati matps for JJaflways — Goulbarn to Cooma, Ll,430,000j Allmry to Mn/rny, T,80,©005 Orfuiselo-near ¥orbes,'via Molong, Li7-05,5O0 : Naiandra to Jerilderip, L'518.000 ; Slurruni bunah to Bliiyney, 1.1,200,000. Sit Henry Parkes informed the House I hat the pnrcliasea from the exhibition eichibitors on behalf of tlie Government for the Public Offioes, Syd ney, cost L3000. Mrs. Hare -and Sirs. Uawtelnjurcd at thfl recent ballo~a accident are itv * -critical coiidition. Cattle market. — Short Wipply ; prices are a ohade uriner. Sheep «f good quality show an-advance of 6d to 9d.

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BLAYNEY POLICE NEWS. Monday, March 21, 1881. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M.) PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

tRLA-YNEY POLICE NEWS. Monday, March 21, 1881. (Before iE. 3. C. North, &-q., PM.) PETTY SESSIONS. JaqitES Clempnt v. George Cooper and Charles Perrot.— Claim for .£12 10s., vnv^es. Verdiot, for plaintiff witlrcosts. . ; David R. Oriohton v. Josiali Clarke. —Breach of the Impounding Act. Defendant pleaded guilty and was informed by the Bench *bat lie hadloft lumself liable to a penalty of £5 -nndor section », Vic. 41, Clause 1S» oi tuo Ainenaeu Impounding Act. -Fined 10s. and costs 5s. 10d. Applications for -an extension pi publican's liconses were grnnted to J. fi. Davios ivnd John Smith for March 3-lst and April 1st, on the oecosionof tho ^Blayney A. & P. Association's Show. ?Watice of application for a transfer of license from Jeines Haugh to James Fitzpatrick was lodged with the Clerk _of Petty Soesions, appli cant to appear on April %th.

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RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

?RAILWAY HXTEN&ON. 'tat policy of.the -3-avernment»& to the pro ?posed extension of-mr railways in the interior of tliis -colony lias, -at lust, been ptaced before ?the tegislative Assembly. It has, hitherto, 'beenl&bitly assumed that this policy would 'embrace a tiriuch needed connection -be*tween 'the Western nnd Southern Eries of railway, rnot'fcnly for the purpose of providing com ?luumcalion between' to wns on llie Western ?and Southern lin-£ ?Which arc remote from :!Sf doBy,'bnt n\so *,s a moans pf diverting tlie ?uurpiife 'traffic on, both existing lines. It is 'admitted on all sides that any extension -of 'our-*ailways 'should be made where suohttnes Hvould 'benpfit the largest community, and be ' 'the ueans of recouping '» the fnnds of the- ? colony all necessary -outlay. ? Every Govern ?ment who may attempt to push forward the 'extension of ourwiflwsys must naturally con sider ?whether unch project, as a commorciul and -nat«Hfii] undertaking, will b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

?G'QM'PA STIES ? ? Australiaa UEa&ual Fire Society. I :(EstablieUed 118.72.) i ?Cartel, CIOD.OTO, ' OTith T*wor 'to tncrcasoto £1 ,0DD,tlOO. *Bonuscs-20 per cent. paid annually ior the ImU i/extx. ' ? ' ? i ©ircdtors-TJon. John Brieborlana; -Esq., 3 I.V.. - Chairman; Manuel F. Joseph sou, Esq. , Vt u 4inm ff. 'Ray, T5se. ; John WotheriH, fcsq. : , William Tlezlott, Esq. M.l\ m '? jihinagei^ WALTElt CKOTCH. i ^iretKFeSooiefcyedtitbTiAoa in the colony on Ithe mutual principles, givinB policy-holders buck ? tpart of their premiums as a cash bonne out ot o-rq- «nts-every;yem: ? ? ? ? TdKcyTidiaers are pefTccfly Trco Tjy lawirmn all inability. Prompt and liberal settlements for nres. I Fifteen fioys' £nao8 allowed ior lament of re iHcwol (premiums. ? ? . j tDamaee %-tigbtniug and TSxplosionB by easrpaiR. Eiioin5urai»«Nitft LOWEST RATES. ' i ,T. O. DOTTD, ?Agent ter -Carooar and District. : -Kkcentf or Blarney, ! JLgcntiorCowra, X. JUGAUT. ? ' ? . ? . — i '~ =GJ3,ATBE«5L— COMFOOiT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

^Shc Jfccoac Chronicle -* iBCLftSWEV & COWUA G&T2ETTE. v \ SATPn DAY. MARCH 2fi, '{fl&. ronTHBIKJOHV Ot'&'lNB, Aft TUB C1O0D OK AtX |

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TUESDAY. MARCH 22. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M., and W.B. Warner and T. Fitzpatrick. Esqs., J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

Tuebday. Mmmjh 22. (Before E. J. 0. North, Esq., VM., ftnd TV. !B. Warner and T. Pitzpattick, Bsqs., J's.P. Thomas Tuilor, alias William Pike, on remand, ?oliargod with stealing a horse, saddle, aoft bridle,, if or whom a warrant was iBsnetl Jsy thaOavooRt; iJcncli in January 1879, ; appoared in custody ±o answer the charfto preferred against him. t Tho evidence of the. -approliending conStalMe i(Morris, of BatUurst) was read, «1ho that _ol U. Wood soniov sergeant of police, who produtfcd ?iho mat-c, saddle, and bridle, '^he animal was deswioRfl as ft ilivrk bay mwe, stnr on forehead, near liind foot while, brand'ad H (reversed) over. Hon near rump, and It over tl on near slioalder. Sergeant Wood produced ii-receipt lie obtained froin AVillinm Sinclair fnr n reara sold to him on Oct. 23, 1878, signed, T. TaiJor. . Henry Howell, a resident on the Belnlmla, now Canowiudi-g., stated t.ln.t lie wfl-s living at the Valley Station on Oct. 22, 1878, Ho was going to Oanowindra on that day, ...

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CARCOAR ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

CARCOAR ANNtJAI. BACES. The following are the acceptances tor the under uent'idrieS Iianiicaps : — PUUU0AK8' PUBBB— H ^^e- ^ „ . 'St 1W Hr .1. Xynch'lsWknvBerikless,aKeo ..... 7... 8 ft' ©. Payne's br^afancy^faBe.'S jr«.... ... 7 -. ^.Mathew'sbgG^od^cws.Hyrs. -.7 J. Malhew'B oVspmWnisUt.agaa ,.. . ... -6 &.. T Toy's VgVclojc, 3 yrs.1' ... ... .,.:?» » H. ^alton'B'bB Ki»g«*?tne Lake, aged,. -8 7 ' -Iadms' Tdrbe— litnllcs. ?'?? . ?Bllbs jftr.fi'.' J3awe'sb.lir«Wendon,--.yw ? 8 7 J. MatbewVilkg Blackbird, aged ... 8- 3. EatberVb*! Claymore, aged -...... 7 ' J. -SmiUi'Ji'hrf Lottie, 8 JT*. ... . . ... « Jl stlnfeon's ?- m EoBeoud, ageo- ? * j, Spark's be g Boscoe, S yrs. .„ ... ... » W ???? ? '? '^Oarooar ToVfs T*i»atb— 2 milBSj ? ? -'. ? .-..-rf ' et lbs1 ijjtt.3. Synch's TjIkmUeckkss, aged i... _. *.l ???: 0. Mayno's'brf Nanojr I-ee, 9.fr*. ??.?.??.'?»* .J.jlaUicr's.ueOln.TWOfC-nBed; ... ... J \ J. Waihew'oh'g'fitfoaMpwBf^-yrB. ... 6 12 J. JWathew'n cb m Midnight^ed .., .r. «,...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 19. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

/-CA.IW30A-H POLICE COURT. \ ?-??? ' '*? ? * Satubpay, Maeoh IB. (Before E. J. C. North, Bsqi, P.M.) Thomas King appeared in custody cliatgoa i ?with vagrancy, he having nn Visible lawfnl moans ?of support. He was sentenced to 14 days in Batliuret gaol. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

City Sank, Ckn»» nnHE alove EstaUSslimerit -»iij %e wprn Jnr X Iho trnnsacUon of business between iho houiB of 9 30 and 11 n.m. only,' «n TtJES DAY, aiid WEDNESDAY, March 29th and 30A. Q. M. MARSQ, Mttnnget-. Cottttoroiol Ba&k* tteSW^r fpFlE above EstaWiBlinifintt^H bts^JetiTot JL .the transaction of business Itftw-pen the hours of 930 and 1 1 a.m. only on '^tTKS »At .trod WEDNESDAY, Miweh$fith ««d 30th. 4. A. McKlLLOip, Man-ftgeV. A. BAZAAR, Tn aM -cif Liquiduting the Debt on the Carcmr Presbytery, ^Si be opened in the Academy of Music, fey -clie RIGHT KEV. DR. QUINN, i(Uit-hop of Batiitii'sl), ON Monday Eva^. Nest, MARCH 28iw, And continue open during the ve*k. P. R. DAVERN, ST PAULS CHURCH, CA.RC0A.R. In aid of the nbox'e Church, will '{or) lie ^ii-ld in the Academy «/ Music, ?CAUCOAR, i FRIDAY J&NO SATUfiDAY EVENINGS, Apiui. *tk '& 9th. Dooi-s qppn at 7 p.m Admkms* Is. ; C3M&r=m €&. ? A. C. T1TRST. 8UYMEYS80W1 laYHEY-SHDWI The Blayney A. &...

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