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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

.LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. 3Jeli- OvK'. — We are unavoidably com pelled to hold over the second part of Mr. Townspnd's-ertJcle on ' Flnoifo anil droughts, and how to .guard agaiuBt them.'' iLisT 3Teae's Wrecks. — The Gazette pnb - lisliea the following particulars of wrecks ?wliich have occurred on the coast of New South Wales daring the year 1880 :— The ?number of vessels wrecked was 18 ; tonnage, ;3,816 ; lives lost, A1-; value of property ?lost, £21,210, besides -2 cargoes of coals, , -value not known. MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY.— In the absence of the district coroner (J. O. Dodd, Esq.), N. Connolly, Esq., J.P., held an inquiry on Saturday last, at Rockford, Teesdale, the residence of Mr. Matthew Dwyer, touching the death of Michael Gerruguty, who died   suddenly on Friday evening, April 1st. From the evidence it appeared that the   deceased, who had been ailing some months, left Sydney about a week previous, accompanied by his aunt and a young man, his cousin. ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 April 1881

J\^ NOTES OF THE WEEK. PjtOFEjstm Rice will give another of his ' interesting entertainments on JSonSay next. - The quarteily meeting of the Committee of t^eOareoar fiospital will he held at the Coart-house next WedoesSav afternoon. THE^anmial Taces in -coanection witli the Trunkey -JockeyKllub have been .postponed to Tuesday, Mjiy 24. ' The various f-rizKS awav5e3 at tlie XJarcoar Annual show, held yesterday (Friday), will be pai-i to tb« Tespective wianers on Tues day next at the Court-house. Mr. Samuel Patterson, jun, has purchased the butchery business hitherto carried on by Mr. Stapleton at Blayney.   We direct the special attention of farmers to an important 'meeting advertised to be hcfld at -McKelT's No 1 Hotel, Mount Mac quaiieon Tuesday afternoon aent. The Inspector of Nuisances has TecerreS 'instructions to enforce strict compliance with 'She by-laws of the Municipal Council. Let owners of pigs and goats ^beware. Mr, Kelly of teapot Swamp, whilst on his way t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

CENSUS 1831 TTOUSEHOLDEKS *nd OTHERS wlio Jj[ niny liave Schedules in their jiosst'-UMcn wliich have not lieen Collected, «t« requested to Forward tlio same wddrrased to JOHN BYRON. Census Compiler, Syilney. Queen's Birthday. A SUPi'LEMENTABY IS AID OF. trie Fond, for Liquidating the Sett on the Carcoar Presbytery, WII.T. BE HELD IK TUB ACADEMY OF MUSIC, CARCOAR, Tuesday cfe Wednesday* MAY 24. & 25, 1881. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT 1 8] PORTA NT TO SPECULATORS. BY ORDER OP TffE MORTGAGEE. XXT B. WARNER has received inslnic ' . ttonstcecH «t an EARLY DATE. ONE FA.BM of 62 ocres -m the Bu!uI-uIh Kivt-r, near tlio town uf C«rcoar, and adjoin ing tJie estate »fF. VV. 'Vhitney, K-q. Tim jrientfi- part of (lie land is cleureil. « ml con sists principally of licli Muck flats. The siir vi-yedrnilway frouiBlayroy to Munumbumili gjasses witliiu « f«-v chains). Also r ONE ACRK ALLOTMENT in the town of Circoai , »dj lining the Pres'iytery with COTTAGE, and a wdUtocked oveWd. For Patticukr...

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

CLIPPINGS. ' (From our Epchangot.) . A ^vo-liciided wumitu in wiug rxnioitea jn New York. If siie Iibb two tongueB keep her out of our way, tor w« find one tongue plenty. ? \\a uriderottiid that Mr. Distriot Court 'JtEuga' Wilkinson lias been-»pj-ointed to Jira side ovct-'tlie iJiBH?ot«ourtB »n, the, Western distrio^auims'tlie iifontli of May, in tbe room of Mr. Judge JoBBphspn, wbit will p«!' -side iu .the Insolvency Court dining the absence on leave of the, Chief Oominiasoiner, Mr. -Pfeffell:' ,?????'??'?; ?.????.?,-, .. . ,. ... ? of d.8 'BUv^v-Obsek-v^^rrfffiie-. ? ? wi-hU 'i1. 'k \n ?iii-H»bi- iftBtatioe of the l.y (lie. viwrl -??' li»-' J^W^M?™^ /??t-- fi'i't,.r' .,..-' viinr. . -, ; r,. -. . 'i't-n rivfi'-t Typographical Hooiety Afmo cimkn, iit'-Je -«h»hw «re flitimteJ $t'U». 172 JMr 'oei--i'! Sydney, ?' ain iendetivWln^' tOj ««tl'!i»i» ftA'''1*1? ''d Reading «66hi , for £)ir- (if'- '.'its meraliei-R, . '?'.. ..'.';, ',,''. i'lic annuity to \te |n«rcliaBpd' % ;t1ie;O«': vei-n...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

TO TUB EDITOR. Sm, — Caii it be possible, that any one is bo oblivions of the fact that Easter has passed, and with it Lant 1 but such forgetfuluess is I fear the casa with a certain ' Kuiglit of the Cle»*w'' in Ci»rci-ar, who, jiioitB soul, iu his zeal for my spiritual welfare, omits sending me any meat at this season ; 1 do not, on * piucu, lmiici Keeping one fi^t day iu the weak, if compulsory ; tho' if discretionary, my banyan days are as a rule re gu luted by the supply and not by the caiamlur ; but seven days are six too mauy in one week under any circumstances, either for mo or the most fanatical devoten in existence. But per haps 1 am wrong, and tbis vendor of flesh may havo somethiug entered fur the Trunkey Races, and has spotted ma for a nuunt, ku--wing that my weight is about 12 stone, and is determined to rednix) ins ; but if this reduction continues pru rata uiitil the Q'leen's birthday, and I sur vive the urdeal, I shall then be as light Bs.ouoof his fore quarters of m...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

(Open €0 1 urn u. ? o ? [Wo ivisli it to be distinctly wide»t-M--{ tLatwedo not necessarily on.ltirsa the ubiiiiouB expraued by our cori'OBpoudeuts.]

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LONDON. May 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

L'J&DOxV. lUy 5.h. Sir Smfford Kortlieote violently »tteol£ed lhn Irish Land Bill, mid denounced it Hi an exhibition of Cownmnisiic tcndi'iioits on the part of the Go vernment, lit Dillon's nrrebt causes much indig» uaiion. A tiile-of couture is t-ropose'i on air. Vontcr, BecKlary tor }tdw&, foriwaeiioiiin the matter. -Jue ibouennd three liiindred niea have been killed by nu cxjjloeiun on board H.M.S. Doteral. Ihe Ncwiiiiikrt Two Thousand Guineas won by the Duke -f Westminister's Peregrine, Iraquoiset 2nd ; Uon Fulam 3rd.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 1.28. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

TKLKdliA I' UlC ISTEUAGENCK. SYDNJJV, Friday, 1.28, The census ennmeratora roughly ralculate tha pc]»il^tinu of llie colouv to be 10(1,000 in excess of 1871. 'J.'bo Iigu-v8 for the city of Sydney witbin the Municipal bouniaiy line are 102..S0S, auiuci'ease of 26. COO. Tbe real (jrowtb of tbe rautroji ilia will, however, be found in the suburbs, this sprcai of wliich bits been rapid aud enormous. luv Bhvaniiai\t rnib uriuuii, uhhumi--» ^e«i Zea land, with tbe Hanjuia lie Kay nnd 600 Italian im. uiig'-ants, is at Singapore. The Ficuiicr has rof used the Garden I'aUce (or tlio anti-Uniness (lemCHistcation. The Senate of Sydney. University contoraplatus admitting females to lectures, cnuaiaatloae, and Auadr.miual Dugiee . Tue charges made by John WtjWt., a pitivnt in the lnfirumry, }j;&inBt the doctora and nurses have been investigated aud declared unfounded. Tiiu thiitge against Daa O'Connor, M.L.A., for illegally following the boat-rue in the steaoi yacht Fawn, bas been dmuisa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

' €!j|pg HOUSiE HO'rjiL, JAMES TANNER, (LATR OF NO. 1 HOTEL, MOUNT HA-1QUARTE) BEGS to inform l.ifl fiipndp .md the Public pfinrrallv, «h«l. lie li«s tnker tl.fi' Old Wlii Hoiw,'ilntoT.itU'rflHirs)«iid tnistsby civility i.nd attention to Buhihcbn, to me with tlift Riippoi't nf n opnnroiiR Pulilic. WINKS nnd BEERS of the very best Bi-hiiiIh nhvnya kept onlian.l. FirHt-oliiRR Accomniodatiiin for Travellers nnd Lndgeis Good Stuliling and nil ^flicipnt Gi-ooin'in cnnRtmit attendance. One of Alcick's BeRt Billwrd Bi^it«1l.i TMm. qmto iipw. ? ^ 25 TO 50 DOLLARS FEE DAY ; CAN ACTUALLY BE MADE BOKING WOMH WITH THE [ GREAT WESTERN WELL AUGcR, WF MFiN IT. AND ARE PREPARED TO DEMONSTRATE THE FACT;! , ? o ? — THEY arc operated bv either MAX, HOUSE, or STEAM PO'.VEli, and GUARANTEED to bore a^ « the rate oflO to 'IS feot per hour. They range from 3 inches to G feet in diameter ami are war ranted- bore ANY DEPTH in a thorough aud practical manner with case and large prohts to the operator. We War...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

LOCAL AKD GENERAL NEWS. Departure.— Bfr. T. J O'Brien was entertained by a few of his numerous friends bet Wednesday, evening at the Stoke Hotel, prior to his final depar ture for Young. A very enjoyable evening was, spent «ach one present expressing their earnest desire for his future success m life. On Thursday .nomine lie was aocomnanied on the road by those with whom he has worked in this office, who, when nuar Mandurama, weie also joined by Mr. Andrew Lynch, M.L.A-, who travelled as far as Lyndhurst with his departing friend. Mr. A. J. C. Single, of Cowra, met the party at Lyndhurrt, and the final leave-taking toot place. We«an best express the wishes fof tthose Mr. O'Brien has left behind by ?noting the following very appropriate lines given to him at Lyndinrst : — . ' Farewell ! it ju a pensive word, Vet I must a»y farewell ; Bat, if my fervent wish lie heard, Thou wil't in safety dwell.' Obooar Djbthict Cor/BT. — The following cases are wst dowa for hearing on Tuesday next ....

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Monday, May 2nd. SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. W. Glasson and P Boland J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

Monday, M»y 2nd. SMALL DEBTS COUilT. {Before tlio Police Jlagistn.te, and Messrs. \V. Gl.iason :«u.l P. Boland J's.P.) SHmnpl P.iUt-i.iOii v. John Hoiton, claim for L4 chkIi ti'iit, with interest IG4. Mr. Kfinny upusumd for the defendant. Pliiintiff Htaloil thai tho L4 for which ha sued the. defends i-l, was lent on or ubont April 24ih, 1879. TJic Ifis. was clmrgfd for interest on Uie loan, w11e.11 lie leni tne money he umleiiitooil Unit lie was to get it buck in u day or (wu. He did not think it was licccttihiry to take 11 retfeint as lie believed liini to lie :i nmn who would keep his word, lie would have lent lii.m L10 nt the ticae Imd he ivquuvii it. Tlie truusactiou took place at Mulally's ho^el. He paid tlm money to him in notes, which he (plaintiff) obtained from Mr. Mulally for tbe purpose. He told Mr. Mulally what he wanted it for, aud subsequ'ntly gave him a -heque for thn ii mount, wliich chequn was casl-«d ot tl-e Ulayney li.nk. Mr. Mulnlly was now ub sent attending the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

Thboat Affections and Hoabsenbss.— All Buffering from irritation of the throat and hoaroe ttess will be ajirceaMv surprised at the almost im- ' ''B^tSvi^je^SP^iMl ;»y. the use at. 'Brown's Bronchial Troches ' These famous 'lozenges11 ?ar» now sold by most respectable chemistB iu this '*- - c2Rby.f*.1?- »|^ferboxr People troubled with $ t ftg»h?okiDg^ough,fa 'slight sold,', or bronchial \» e-Seohons, cannot try th«ui' too BO'iii, as similar' troubles, if allowed to progress, result in «ei ious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the words, 'Brown's Bronohial Troches' are on the Government Stamp around each box, ? Prepared ,by John 'I. Brtotj & (sons, Boston. U.S. European ? .jaq^tjemovjidtoSS, ParringdonBoad, London.' 5* v-A{-vrcji i.Tjj Mothers! — Are you broken in your ^Ul-estsby^n . sick^ehlld 'sufferiug with the -pain of 31 ' cut$in£ teeth f ' Go'SafoWe to £ chemist and ;get a ' T .bottle of Jr!RB;.-:Wl!i8L©\V'8 SOOIUIKO SlUVF. It ! ? *^wWe^!h¥^oBrW8efer immediat...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 3. SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

\f CARCOAK POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Mat 3. SMALL DEBTS COUIiT. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq ., P.M.* John K-m worthy v. Thonus Flood, sen., claim for £3 13*. Oil., expenses sustained l-y plaintiff tlitough tiie illegal impounding of liis iiorscs at Bhiyney on April 14th. Mi-. E. S. W. North appeared for tlie plaintiff. Tlie plaintiff gave evidence aa to ownership of the liorses,-al.so to tlie payment of fees und releasing the same. L. Halm and J. Hahn stated that tliey saw James Flood, defendant's son, driving tlie iiuiwu uviuns me; itiiij irum imi. \jrtaaauu a i uu on the 14ih ult. towards Mi. Flood's land, and they yolrrtea^,. ? aat !IS the j.laiutia's property. ~ ? . -. For the defence it was stated that possesion of thd horses wa^ taken on the 1 3th in con sequence of their tioapaseing on. deferAaat's land and dektioying liLs grass. T/ie horses were yarded, but got away daring the nigl.t. They were traced ou to Mr. Glassoii'a run on the following morning, and were taken to the Blay...

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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Saturday April 30th, 1881. (Before George Hawke, Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

HLAYNEV POL1CB OOUttT. Saturday April 30th, 18S1. (Befui-o Ga:vgf- Hawke, Eiq ., J.P.) TliomiH Kingshorr, c'taiged with vagrancy, was sent to B.ulmrst uaol for two montliM.

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY. MORT & co's REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

COMMERCIAL. ? « ? — SYDSEY. MOST & CO'S RE POUT. Wool. — We found the market active at cur sale this week, and full values were realized for all fairly | conditioned lots, but for faulty lines values were j-omewbat lower. We Bold several parcels of rcoured at up to 20ci. and inferior to medium greasy at7d. to 9(1. Of washed fleece no important lots weie offered. Sheepskins were in brisk request and all offered were -readily quitted at up to fifi). per lb. for medium gron-tn. Tobacco Leap. — Prices have given way in conse quence of the anticipated heavy crop that will be available this year : superior leaf may bn quoted At from 5^0. to 5d. per lb., medium 4d. to Gil. Ul terior 2d. to 3Ad. Leather.— 'At our sale on Tuesday we cleared our catalogue at a slight advance ou the rates ob ttinable the previous week ; sole is worth from 8d. ?&- lOd.perib. ; kip 13d. to lOd. ; tweed, 18J. to 21d. ; harness, 9d. to 12d. ; calf, 24d. to 20.1. ; bag, 8s. to lls. per aide. Tallow....

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LICENSING COURT. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq , P.M. and Messrs. W. B. Warner Tanner, jun. Esqs J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

LICfiN'SI.NG COURT. (Before E. J. O. North, Esq , P.M.. and MeRsrs. W. li. Warner and W. Tanner, jun. 3Ssqs., J's.P.- Mr. E. S. W. North ajiplied ok behalf of Mr. Llewellyn, of Milburn Creek, tor a Co lonial wine license for his premises situated on tlie reefs three miles from (hn township of Greeu Gully. The police objected to the license being granted. After hearing the evi dence of the applicant and Mr. J. Tamiei' their woiahijts grunted the lic.jnsa.

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

CORONER'S INQUEST. Thb District Coroner, J. O. Dod(), Esq.. held nu inquiry ut Evan's Swamp on Tuesday last, touching tho death of one John Riley, when the following evidence was adduced : — Julia lliluy deposed . The deceased was iny husband ; yesterday morning bstivemi 0 and 10 o'clock ho died very suddenly at his house ; lie nau ueeu ailing lor tue pASt seven aaya ; no naa Eoiuetliing the matter with liis chest and viotant pains in thu head ; he was at work ou the 25th of laBt month falling traea ; next day lie worked about the house ; in tho evening ho 'had the cold fihivera anil ho hut) beon sufl wing over sinca ; he had no doctor attonciing him ; t-r.',Siii|th -vas tlie last medical man ho cc)nsu)t,ud_ 'j TililsilwJBiBi''a1)p,ut 8 years ago j Dr. Smith tbW liimlie had T bron- chitis and asthmii ; during the jwst tlireeni' four days my husband waB spitting blood aid hud &. nasty cough ; tbe cold shivers lasted about an hour, his teeth chattered ; he was in a great heat ...

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ODE TO MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

X' ODE TO MOUNT MACQUAIUE. ' llo.il graceful Macquarie ! to tlice we arfi wending Our way, and our hearts are as light as the air ; The bhgbl morning sunshine fresh beauty is lending To thee, aDd the charms of our company fair. Up thy cum covered dopes are our horses ait ranciug, Their tpirit seem higher as higher they go, Metbinkis from their diincing, their bounding and prancing Xacy ituDluG irom mcir rjatrs win Fpinie mut iw«. At last we have conquered, thy summit com manding And we have dismounted our horses to rest, And now on thy platform of wood we are standing. And are breathing the soft balmy breeze of the West. Bright silver clouds all aronnd ever hover. And beautify earth with their shadows and shades ; Old Sol brought them there earth's green carpel to cover And the winds wafts them on, over forests and gladeR. What a vast panorama of landscape endearing, North; south, east and westward our visions (liveries, Hill, 'valley and plain, dark forest and clearing. Spread out ...

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THURSDAY, May 5. (Before the Police-magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

Thobsday, Mav 5. (Before the Police-magistrate.) Samuel Thompson, a youtli aged II years; was charged with stealing a watch value L2, the property of Samuel Rappel. After hear ing evidence the Bench did not deem it ex pedient to send so young a boy to gaol, mid ordered him to find sureties for his future good behaviour for six months, himself and another surety in the mun of L10 each. Air Featherstone became surety, and the hoy was discharged.

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BLAYNEY SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

BLAYNEV SCHOOL OF ARTS. ? y (PliOM OUR C03HESF0XDEXT ) The adjourned special meeting of the Com mittee -}f tlie above Institution w *s lield ou Friday, the 29th ult. Tlie following gentle men were present: — Mr. G. Hawke, Vicu President, (cl'iairiiLin), Kev. T. K. C. Camp bell, Mes3i-s. J. Itussart, J. Pmkins, O. 11 .-« . .. ,\r di. .1. _ ? Ii /'I I... ? . \r Uricnton, \y . oiisKespe.ii^, it. vjwasuu, j.v. Heaton, C. J. A. Wharrio, S. A. Cmrk, aud J. pHitnb. Afcer the minutes of the pivvious meeting liud beeu raid und conuraieJ, tlie Uou. Secietaty, (Mr..S. A. Clarke) re»«l the ,.n......l .opoi-^ of t],e institution to be sub mitted to the subseribm's. 'Die utfAi, 1,,.,.; nees was the consideration of (our p!,ins tor a School of Arts building, which had been sub mitted in response to an -uh edisemeiit call ing for tlie same. Tlie chaivinaii tlioiigUt. their fii^t duty was to consider tlie ways aiid means of the Institution before adopting any plans. Tlie Secretary stated that the .s...

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