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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 March 1881

' XQCAX- AND GENERAL NEWS. Catiiolic. — A letter Iibb bepn Tecei'vea \ry * resident in Carcoar from the Rev. Father Philip By in, an3 tho friends of the rev. ?gentleman will be-pleftsed to learn (hat hois iu (he enjoyment of gqod health, and as zealous as--jver in the cause of religion and -education. Jffe has taken nine young roen=to Mount Rath Monastery, 'Queen's tJounty, where they have entered as Patricians, -or Brothers »of St. Patrick. The brethren are intended for the dioceses of Butlnrret and Maitland, and impart a high classicaleduca tion, and are considered suitable for Aus tralia. Besides these he has procured three students for St. Charles' Ecclesiastical Col lege, Batlmrst, aIso a number of Sisters of Mercy, -3ie wiiole o'f wliom w^H *oon -leave for this colony. It will thus be seen thut though 16.000 miles separates Father Phil, from his flock, their spiritual wants are ever uppermost inhis iAionghts, and we tape 4o be ?able before -long to announce that he ia on his w...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday,3.15. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

VSLEGRAFHIO iNTBLLIGHNCSC. SYDNEY, 2?rid»y, 3-1B. The imraW of electors o» tire voll -for 1881 is over 192,009, being newly idOQ more Uian last year. : . i HjBKBBBimT Races.— HvitSle Bace— Dis- count 1, Hatter S, Sleet 3. Rowley Mile— Wrtfidering Jew .1, W»-st County 2, Grey, lionnd 3. Clai«t Stakes— Gem I, Etna 2, Eicceleior 8. Auction States— Cioydon 1, Speculation 2, Fragments. Railway Handi cap- fiauntercr 1, M«jor 2, BiHy Nutt, 3. MHtwodall, Wundering Jeir, Catnikroi, Nancy l-ee. Courtenav. and' GnmlWinn »u» scratched for -he Hakesbury Handicap. Ful rnoutli is (first favoutilo for tliis event. Spin ningJale foi namea Uw CbBropagno Stakes. At yp8lerdnj'« calllesutes last week's rates w«« fully, muintained. fiUeep «howed en advance of from Sd to Is. AdetMlied eq«adrou, inclitding the Bac chante, with two eons of the Prince of Wales lias bewi ordered to cruise off Uk- Anstratian const; and wiil leave J£ngkrj-J it, «€pw weeks. M«lliourno will be (be first port «tf ««1L An )tiier as...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M., and W. B. Warner, Esq., J P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

Wednesday, April 6. (Before E. J. C. Ifortb, Esq., P.M., and W. B. ?Warner, Eso., J.P.) Mr. D. 1. 'Baylies applied for a transfer nl Vis publican's license, pranted to sbe Post-office Hotel, MilbnmOaet. te Mt. Jfsmfx Haogb. Application granted. ^_ ?

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MILBURN CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

MILBURN CREEK. From our Corrupondint. On Easter Monday tl»e firstrWn offapviog of ♦ho Milburn Creek reefd, in the form -*f «, splendid crushing b»ttery, will be chtigtened with all due solemnity. It Is (lie intention of the Company (McDonald, Bennett, and party) wlio have preoted this machinery to celebrate thn event by a grand free banquet ?kr. icWVi o+. loorf. 1 KB cupsts are expected, and the residents in the district, notably tlie pub licans, have given m extra impetus to the movement by their Kuhatantial snpportin the niwpe of free Rifts of fomented juice of «ie srape and other invigorating and inminng Iwverngea. Your readers linve Jong known Oiftt tire onlv obstacle to the ultimate de velopment of tliis v«Bt auriferons district Vas lisen O,e want of a powerful erusltinf battery, in oifler that tlinse who have pnggea out »«y leases, ana toiler? in developing tbe con»t»y as s payable pold-field miglit be fairly tested. McDonnid -and party deserve great creflit lor tlieir plucky ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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BLAYNEY POLICE NEWS. "Monday, APRIL 8th, 1881. {Before the P.M., and W Glasson, J.B.) SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

^LAYNEV POLICE NEVTS. %oxda.t, ArnrL 8th, 188L ?(Before the P.M., and W Glasson, J.B.) SHALT. PEBTS. ?Charles Sherlock v-Tim Bucklin (a -%niamaxi),-lJS ?IOs, rpntdue. Verdict forplainUf wifh rests. fi Hurst v G Heaten.— LI Us 6d. S«ttied. W Lnn? v J A. Waarrin.— Goods sold. Verdict Sat defendant, with costs. ?James Treanor v W HcAuliffe— X,i 7s Bd. dis 'bonored promissory note. Verdict for plaintiff with 'Costa. Joan Rurton -r M F Molloy— IS IBs, value of tm^s. Werdict .'for plaintiff with .costs and witness'1 ??ex- penses. SUMMONS CASES. J M Fowraarte v Peter Vieper — Assault. Ko ap pearance. ?Constable Makeig v John Horton-SRioteBS be baviour ; fined 6s and costs, the police cot being desirous of pressing tbe charge. Patrick Cashiu appeared *io eesto'dy oTmTged'on a warrant on suspicion of being identical wick a man who gave- tlie name -of ?S.rbr At Wellington, and committed several robberies -at trrat 'plaee, i.tt«r (he evidence ot the apprehending conslnWe tad been taton, the ne...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR A. H [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

CA.RC0AR A. HI ui The Fourth Show ut.de above Association, -.van Oiound, yesterday, ^ thai could nassilily be it. of exhibits (305), t!i06 in some classes as ksti the short notice, verr J A, horses, there Wrjrel stock, 27 hackneys, 5 j and 2 single ''igg' )1 tracted considers W« J cattle, was fairly re|-re«] cntriefl, some of wlie|,l class C, Bhepp, there I merinos, and 9 of oarj lot of exhibits could am 1), nips, was lfipreionj condition of the cxliM CitsR E, poultry, atfl visitors. Tliere wei« I entries of dncJiB, gcpsJ entries ot |-igeonB. ^9 much ndmivod. Kit \M Jogs appeurnd in cLmI fine exhibits. Clasi cl fairly renresented, \hM tries, mist of which ?M local storekeepers. Tlil cereals, 'fee, were notl anticipated, but tin- I9I wheat especially JeseJ I, fruit, vegetable.', {M tries. Mr. Stimpaon'jB litnds' pears, Mv. ihhM ?Ginsson's pumpkins A Tbe collection of BovM Ti-ere not nearly ta M as tiiose shown las-., pB tries of miscellaiu niijB -fn -dU-iR J, tlie wricingi A. Oollard...

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SYDNEY. MORT & CO's WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

SYDNEY. MOKT & '0o;'6 WEEKLY 2IEP0BT. Wool— Tbe ctlen this week (thowed -n 'BrnreT market for well conditioned fleenr end scoured, nod for tbe better descriptions of greasy wodla, 'but faulty *nd wtisty lots werinot so readily dealt with. We Jfsposed^of-sooured-ftUM. ioSOti., gfr«ftSjr^d. to 101., fleece IU. to 17d. : BUEBrsElKS were in gona nem&ad, -nnd wn ?cleared our ?oaWogoe at from -2J4. to (SJd. |ier'lb. I According to, prowtn and condition. Quotation'— ! Best CJd. to 7ft(i., uiedium Id. to *d, nelts anil short growth 2f-t to 4A. per 1b. 1/EATHEK.— AtVnt ealRi tbis-wc^k -an advance In ' tbe value of -all tfeRcrlptiorw woa ?noticable and qnotatious may vow he given as— 'Sole Itrom 86. to JOi., bamene Wd. tto Md., fclp l$i. to 17d., calf 20J. to 26d., tweea Ul to 2*rt., bag Sa, to J Is. pel side, bullB Ca. -to 12s. jper dsseo.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

TO THE EDITOR. Sm,— Permit me through your columns t» depress my heartfelt thanks to my brother in Irado for tho expressions nf his OhriitiMi feeling towards myself on Monday morning last. His undoubted goad sense prompted him to an action which most commend him in the estimation of every upright man, and lam grateful for it. It «s not often that men can be found willing to t:lear the ground for smother taim in the same line of business (who purposes erecting a booth on the Cricket Ground1), by chopping dawn the poBts of a former buoth, wliicTi night have been -useful to iv* His conduct is inanly in thn extreme and I fully appreciate liis kindness. Faithfully yours, jame's Ta.'snsnEfi. Court House Hotel, Carcoar, April Ctn.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1881. (Before E. J. C North, Esq., P. M. and W Tamer, Jan, ESq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

CAROOAR POLICE COURT. — ? -^ ? ; ? TuesDiv, Armt C, I.88S. (Before 8. S. C. North, Esq.. P.M., an* W, Tau nec, J«n^ Esq., J.P.) Mary Kelly, charged with being drnnfc in the public Btreets of Cftreoar, -was discharged vritb. a caution not to trovible the Bench again. SMALL IDEBT3 C4.SE?. Alfred ColUrd v. T. Furner.— CUiai for £1 18s. No appearance, J. M. Oallen v. B. L. Biiyliss.— Claim for £1 2s., balance of «count for work done. Defendant denied the debt, stating that he had never authorised Ihe work. Caw dHmisaed. plaintiff to pay 6s. ex penses, which sum defendant gave to the poor box. P. Maroney v. S, and A. Tucker.— Claim for £1S daraupe dome le plaintiffs crops by defendants' piga. Defendant deposed that the pigs had not done any thing like the damage complained of. Verdict for plaintiff, £2 with costs. S. A. Moss v. D. M. Campljen.— £6 V93. 9d., less a set-off for £3 wages due. Defendant admitted the items, bat disputed *he set-off. Verjiafc for plain tiff £5 19s. 3d. T. J. F...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

TO THE EDITOB. Sin, — Has the Inspector of Nuisaneei my right to enter the dwelling of a ratepayer, vr, walk through snch Iiousa without peniatsalon nf the tenant t Your*nswer, for the public benefit, wilt oblige. Yours, &c, A RATEPAYER. f If sneh actnally tooTc place, we think tlse l'n- apoctor exceeded his duty. — Ed. C.C.]

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

MUNICIPAL COUNCrL. Thb wdioary fortoightJy taep.ting df the KlonV cipal 'Cteaocil was held in the Council Chambers, on Tuesday evening last Presents— The Mayor, Alder men Warner, CaUen, Downey, Clarlc. and Pttgan. The minutes ?-&£ tbe piovioas meeting were 'Tend Hid confirtneS. The Mayor reported that AldeTmen Fagfm ana DowBcy, with himself, waited «pou Mrs. Gennys to | ask if' she would be wrtling ta sell the cricket ground in tbe event of Purliameat allotting a por tion -of tbe JA0e.«OO towards purchasing a recrea tion ground for Carcoar. Mrs. Gennys positively decline i to sell asiy portion of tbe estate. Tbe Cotmcil Clerk -reported Usat. in accordance ?with «. TCSolnfion passed Viy tbe Conncil on tlie-22od ultimo, be liad iwitten to the Minister for Works, requesting that a sum of IA09 miglit be placed on the Estimates for teftnns ana gutte™!! Ieely aa'd ?Conmbing Streels in front «£ «11 »Government inroperty. A reply nad l-8eii Tccei ped from the Be pertment stating tha...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

TO THE BDIMK. Sir,— -1 regret to have to draw the -attention ot the public, particularly that portion of them ?called free selectors, tkroagfa the coin runs of your valuable journal to au act of the most cowardly natnre that has been perpetrated in this (tiBtrict for ai'ing lime. Having been com pelled to learo homo on argent business fer about two weeks, t left a bny of shout 14 years of age in charge of the place, «nd during my absence some mean, cowardly dastard laid poison convenient to my fcoose, whereby two valuable cattle ?dogs were destroyed. Now, ?*?-«?{ is this not 11 terrible «tate of things, -B-fcen a man cannot be allowed to ?keep a dog without fcaving , it aestroyed by such charircters. Surely., it wilt be admitteH, tiiat a dogto« fnse-Belector'ns just -as valuable in iris own place as herees, cattle, ?or even sheep are to others. I us sot aware rjJf - -my does Sieving committed any offence, or hav ing dorw -airy iiQ«ry *- xnf cteighbotira, mor did I think T livcS in a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

1881. A HAPPY HEW YEAR TO ALL! F. W. McFADDEN, OF The Commercial Hotel, MANDURAMA, Still exists, although envious people said F. W. 'could not live.' But the Sons of Erin sing — 'VI love my satire country, and I'm loyal lo tny Queen, - But there 1b no place like McFadden's where I get the teal poteen.' KINAHAN'S L L. WHISKEY Always in Stock at ' F. W. McF AD DEN'S, The Commercial. All lovers of Good Ale call at F. W. McFadden's And try n glass of his CELEBRATED AMBER, Brewed Expressly for The Commercial. Don't be angry wilh me darling, for you know I can't be mean, -So I'll step into McFaddex's to try his Sil ver Stream. W. & k. Gilbey's World-renon ned SILVER STREAM GIN, Can be purchased in cabe or bottle at F. W. McFADDEN'S, The Commercial. LOWND*S RUM, Like New Milk, nt the lowest remunerative ,. ? prices nt The Commercial. In days of old, so I am told, Noah used to drink at times, But what would he say if he had lived to try Gehrig's Coknial Wines, Which can he had at F....

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Original poetry. ODE TO NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

Original §octt)). ODK TO NEW ZEALAND. ®t Charles iAUNCELoT Oakland. 'Twicjd have I journeyed from tliy shore ?Zcalandia, and if evermore ffby forests-nark I wander through, il'il sigh no more fof-'$-asturcs new.' 93ut why art thou the wished for goal 7 Why I the'dBedle.tbou thepole? (To not Australia's^onial sun Ae bright % thine, the same, the oaei Has not (he splendour -tf her fky The powar-of thine to gmtify 1 ®o not hsr golden sunsets vie With thine to -please the painter's cyd Are not her fielSs df golden corn As rich as thine.? Jit .early morn 5Do not her birdsof plumage fine 'Sing melody as sweet as thine ? Are not her mountains, Tirero, lakes, Bet scenery, nnd nil that makes Tho eye content, tbe human mind 'To own its God, os-pood as thine ? Will not Australia's daughters fair, With 'thine in cultured grace -com para, Their love -with thnt of thine endurq, ?Or is it imt sa true, bo pure,? (Her institutions, e'en her laws And customs, do ihey pive me cause 'To wish myself aes...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

TO THE EDITOR. Sm, — Who ob earth is the Carcoar correspon dent to tho Sydney daily papers ? T was al ways under the impression that correspondents to a journal were selected for their oreracity and other qualifications; but on reading the telegrams which have been sent to the ' S. If. Herald TI of late, I am convinced that journal ism must indeed have sunk to a low ebb «rhen such trash and misetwtements are allowed to ap pear in journals like the one I refer to. rub lie opinien inclines to tke belief that «onie ?adventurous penny-a-liner has beeu appointed correspondent, and from what I have recently seen, I certainly incline to that belief. Here is one effusion which appeared in*the '48. SL Herald' of Tuesday last. Writing of the Car coar Annnal Show 3ie- s&ys : — ' Amongst the prizes offered are «everafl. valuable silver cups.' Does not every one know that snch a statement is false ? Instead of doing tbe town and dis trict good, such utter falsehoods bring the whole place...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

i PUBLIC MEETING, ? A Meeting of tbe Mount Mocquarie Branch of the : NSW SOUTH WALES FARMER'S VStOX, Will be held at WKEll'S NO. 1 HOTEL, MOUNT MACQUARIE, At 2 p.m. on the afternoon of TUESDAY, APHIL 12. AS same important business will be submitted to the Meeting, a full atteudauce of the Far mers and Other* Interested is particularly re quested. W. M. PASCOE, Secretary Mount Macqunrin Branch New South Wales Farmer1* Union. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CABCOABT Tues&ay^April 12. FREE AMUSEMENT & INSTRUCTION. Mr. Chas. L. Garland, The Popular Histrionicul Lecturer, Will give a LECTUPwB ElTTEPwTAIlTMEITT TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, FOR THE MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. The Principles of Mutual Life Assurance will be Thoroughly Exjdniwd, nud tlie Lecture will be interspersed with Olioice Reeitatious from ppjmim- luitliots. Recitations : — ' Jealous Putci-'kin Peep,' 'Nothing to Wear,' ' Cl«ra Vere de Vere;' ' Dfalli of Little Nt'.U,'— Cliaa. Dickens; ?' Caudle's Curtain Lectui«s...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

©}-cn (Eolumn. V \VTt wish it to bo distinctly nnderstooi tn*t we do not necessarily endorse tho «pinian« ejcprwaod by our oarroapoadente.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

mhc €accoac Chtonide & BbKYKRV ft OOVTJtA GAZETTE. SATURDAY. APRIL 8, *«&. TOR TUB INJURE O» NIB*, TOR THE OOODW XtSt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

-C0 M PA tf IX S . Australian HWtnal Fire Seoiety. (Establishes 1872.) Capital, £100,000, Witt Power to increase to £1,000,000. Bonuses— 20 per ««nt. paid annually fer the last 8 years. IMroetore— Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M- V , Chairman ; Manuel P. Josepbson, Esq. ; Wil Tism f . »«y, Bw. I *olm WrtJwnU, Etq. : Willis* H^lett, E«q. MrP. ? Managers WAI/TEE CHURCH. ?FirtfFwe Ssoiety established In -the. colony on the muted frinoiiflci, tfving policy-holders back nart of their prerataiKs »* * ?cash bonus out of pro StaeveQrjrear. Policy toWers are perfectly Ires by law from all liability. Prompt and liberal sssJementsfor Urea. Fifteen days' graoe allowed for payment of r« incw&l prvmrame. ? . e»amaBeto£.ightjBngWio ExrHosieiwfoy Gas paid. FirefiwwieSift LOWEST BATTm^ Agent for -Cnrceur and District. Agent for Ulayney,' G. HAVV'RE, JoK Agent for Cfwra, ^ X. JUGAUT. GRATEFUL— COMFOKT1NG. EPPS'S COCOA, BBEAKFAST. 'By a fhorongh knowledge of the natural Ian* nhich govern the ope...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

I A MebUns of aa important nature, having I for its otjpct the interests of the farmers in I this district, is convened to be held at Mount I Macqnario on TuesSay afternoon next. -tThe I meeting is to be held in «en*rection with the I Mount Macqaarie branch*? the New South I Wales Famnfa Union, «nd -e consider it is oar duty to bringthe same prominently before the notice «1 the jmblio, because it is a tTaion founded BoWy tm the welfare, advancement, ?and instruction of this class of our fellow-men. At 'the present time liifi number of branches t-f «bhe New Sontb Walesftwftewi1' Union is (few indeed, and we cannot imt.beKese tLat ihisBotyvarisei'&oiiitbe apathy fbat exists So ruany small communities, which prevents them from wttflriog together iis iiarraony for tWit- own good and that of their neighbours. IThe establishment of these 'Unions is mainly, Sf not solely base* on the theory that ' Unity Ss strength f and the unity of farmers in all Widely 6catteied*districts must, ...

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