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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

CORONEE'S INQDEST. The District Coroner (J. O. Dodd, Esq.,) held an inquest at the Milburn Creek Hotel, Milburn. Creek, on Saturday Ia3t touching the death ot John Nuckie, then and there lying doad, when the following evidence was adduced : — j.s'uui.ub, J4unvu ue^fuobu ? *- uiu t* uou^i i^aiuiilg at Milburn Creek ; I have known the deceased for about two months ; yesterday, between 11 o'clock and 1 o'clock, I saw.him at this hotel ; he and I were sitting together at table getting dinner ; I asked him if he would havesome mus tard ; lie said ' yes ;' he asked for some pepper and whilst I was getting the pepper he put a piece of meat into his mouth ; I think the meat was about 2 inches square ; soon after putting the mr-at into his mouth he made a noise which appeared to be coming from his throat ; from the exertion made he brought np a piece of meat into his hand ; I did not see him put his finger into his mouth ; the meat he brought tup was covered with slime; Mrs. James who was at...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

Impoundings. T YNDHURST. —Impounded at Lyuflhttist, on ±J the 11th day of July, 1881, from Limestone Creek, out of cultivation paddock, by Mr. Simmons ; sum dne at date of notice, 16s 6d :— Chestnut mote, C or O over like Bp F or BoF (the pF oonjoined and blotched) near shoulder, blaze in face, near hind foot a little white, old sore on bsok, broken-in, 7 yews, 15 hands. If not released, will be aold at this Pound at noon on tbe 4th day of August, 1881. ,_^Jl O. STAMMBBS, Ponndkeeper. THE TEE1-T Painless Dentistry I PalnlesB Dentistry II PAINLESS DENTISTRY III MR. SCHLESINGER, SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST, (From Collins-street, Melbourne, and Bridge-street, Sydney), BEOS to inform the Inhabitants of Carooar and Distriot that he intends paying them a PROFESSIONAL VISIT, lor the purpose of renovating their oral apertures. ME. SCHLESINGEH, in manufnotorine all his artificial work on the premises, has no need to send any work down to Sydney, but can make and com plete a pet of teeth ...

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MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

MELBOURNE, ThnrBdny. ' The Australian Agency and Banking Cor poration has been amalgamated with the business of Goldsborougl) and Company. The purchase money was £232,000, including all buildings and land. The Ferret case terminated this afternoon. The juiy acquitted the prisoners on the charge of conspiring to defraud the Highland Rail way Company as owners, but convicted them of conspiring to defraud intending purchasers, to nnkwfully report vessel at the Customs, Melbourne, and of conspiring to defraud the Commissioner of Customs of the certificate of sale. The prisoners were remanded for sentence until Saturday morning.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, S p.». The Assembly was engaged till midnight discussing the first two clauses of the Chinese Restriction BiJI, but both were carried by lai 6c ^.-jo-:*;=. The Additional Judges Bill passed its third reading. A copy of tbe Mur ray border Convention was laid on the table. The Convention is to last three years, and is liahlft fro termination in thirtv dflVS if South Australia or this colony exchanges its excise duties ; the sister colony to pay £4:7,000 an nually in lieu of collection duties. The cattle market was very firm. Good fat bullocks fetched £7 4s 8d. Sheep are much firmer. Prime wethers went as high rb 18s 9d. Fifteen hundred persons attended the Mer cantile Bowing Club ball last night. The Governor this evening gives a ball at Government House. The Squadron positively leaves for Auckland to-morrow. Mrs. Eames, the wife of Mr. Eames, drug gist, Oxford-street, committed suicide by taking laudanum whilst in a state of unsound mind. ??<...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A special meeting of the above was held in the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last. Present — Aldermen Fagin, Warner, Callen, and Clark. In the absence of the Mayor, Alderman Eagan was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The treasurer, Alderman Fagan, report* that the sum of £76 had been received from the Government on account of last yeat's sub sidy, and bad been placed to the credit of the Council in the Commercial Bank, Carooar. On the motion of Alderman Warner, se conded by Alderman Clark, the Government Printer's account of 4s. was passed for pay ment The chairman then explained the object of tbe special meeting, which, was to re-consider the tender of D. Flynn, accepted at the last meeting of the Council. There not being a full meeting of Alder men present, it was decided, after discussion, to postpone any further consideration until next Tuesday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

jBBBEWABP. 'VTOTIOE is hereby given that a Beward of FIVE POUNDS will be paid to any Person who Rhall give euch information as shall lead to the conviction of the Person, or Persons, who Stole a Quantity of Fencing Material from my Paddook, at the Five-mile Greek. B. STIMPSON. Carcoar, 22nd July, 1881. 0AB00AB ICTTTTTAL XlCPROVS! MB2TT SOCIETY. AMEETIN0 of the Carcrar Mutual Improve ment Society, at which the attendance of ladies is specially invited, will be held in the COURT HOUSE, Cwcoar, on MONDAY EVWG. XEXT, tbe 25th instant, at 7*30. Business : — Election of a Committee^for tbe en suing year ; Headings and Recitations by the members. U. LAMOND, Hon. Sec. NOTICE. - Important Sale fey Publio Auction COMBES v. MANSFIELD. TN the 'Warden's Court, hclden at Carcoar X on the 19th instant, No. of complaiut 81-8 No. of writ, 81-1, between Edgar William Anthony Combes, complainant, and Divid Mclntyre Mansfield, defendant, by virtue of a writ, issued by the said Court, I, CHABLES HENRY H...

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LONDON, July 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

LONDON, July 20th, During the present fyear 261 emigrants landed in New York from the United Kingdom. The strike of Irish labourers is spreading. In the House of Commons last night the remaining clauses of the Irish Land Bill, which bad been postponed, passed in Com mittee. The members of the Land Commission, nominated by Mr. Gladstone, were egread to without opposition.) LateBt telegrams from Tunis Btate that the feeling of natives towards tbe Frenoh is un changed. Muoh disaffection is manifested to wardB the Bey and his advisers, especially amongst the Tunisian troops j large numbers have recently deserted.

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 19th. (Before E. J. C. North. Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

' CABOOAK POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 19fch. (Before E. J. C. North. Esq.. P.M.) W. JL Nesbitt appeared on summons at the instance of the Inspector of Nuisanoes for a breach of the 50th By-law of the Munici pality of Carcoar, to wit, that he did deposit, and allow to remain in a certain lane, near Naylor-Btreet, within the Municipality of Oarcoar, a quantity of stable manure and other rubbish. After hearing evidence the case waB dis missed.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

TO the un-TOB. Sib,— My attention is directed to an article under the heading ' Tbe Man at the Corner,' which ap peared in thelast issue of the 'Chronicle.' - Enow ing you bo well I am surprised that you degrade the columns of that journal by publishing such aa abusive and co&amp;rsely-writteo article/ but t suppose I must make allowance for the individual who u the author of such soarrility. Pnnr. fifltflnui 1 lin Innxk Iiilva ln»A JLtm-nf.Antntinn to air his eloquence in tbe ' Chronicle,', yet it strikes me very forcibly that cobblers' wax and leather are more in his line. Perhaps be labours under the belief that he is a ' literary geuil s. ' In his brilliant (?) effusion he quite forgot to t llightcn your readers whether the young ladies who used so muoh powder and paint wore wi08 also. My advice to ''The Man at the Corner' is this, whofhe feels the temptation to write, write upon such) subjects as benefit the publio only, and not vout 1 a paltry spite upon ladies and gentlem...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LICENSING COURT. Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M., and W. B. Warner, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

Licensing Court. Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M., and W. B. Warner, Esq., J.P.) ? Mr. 3. O. IDodd on behalf of Mr Bobert MoKell, applied for a transfer of his license from the Number One Hotel, at Number One, to the Royal Hotel, at Milbum Greek Beefs. Sergeant Wood objected to the transfer on. the ground that part of the walls were not papered, and the oeiling not finished. On behalf of the applicant it was pointed out that this portion would all be completed within seven days. The Bench granted the application.

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

(Bptn Qtolutmn. u [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] -

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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WARDEN'S COURT. Tuesday, 8 July 19th. (Before Mr Warden North.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

WARDEN'S COURT. Tuesdays July 19th. (Before Mr Warden North.) Josiah Brunei Combes, as guardian to Edgar William Anthony Combes, sued David Mansfield, the applicant for a five-acre lease at Milbum Creek (application No. 98), for a one-eighth Bhare of tbe value of tbe gold ex tracted from the late crushingrof 240 tons of quartz taken from the said claim. Mr J. O. Dodd appeared for the plaintiff. Tbe defendant applied for a postponement on account of sickness, stating that 'surely to ? he was in a civilized place, and surely to ? he had some chance.' Mr Dodd objected to the postponement of the case, inasmuch as the plaintiff wua pre pured to go on with it, but at the same time, although the defendant had neglected to obey the order of the Court by depositing one eighth of the share of the gold in the War den's Clerk's bands, he was willing to accept a postponement on condition that the defen dant complied with the order of the Court, and paid the expenses of the day. Tbe Court decided...

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TO THE EDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— 1 perused lust night a pamphlet, entitled ' Tito Chinese Question in Australia,' edited by three Chinese gentlemen of Melbourne, and fuund in it a tissue of astute special pleading in the cause of free unlimited ingress and residential equality for their countrymen in the Australian colonies, invoked in the name and on behalf of our pretentious Christianity, examples and pre cepts of which are abundantly quoted by the joint bditors. Much, indeed, uf its argument is unanswerable, and its refererce to the JBuckland onslaught is pathetic and appealing. 'It was thought in China about this time,' tve are told, 'that European Bettlers in Australia would eagerly welcuuie the arrival of.eome thousands of frugal, laborious, patient, docile, and per severiug emigrants from the oldest empire iu the world,' &amp;c. TTiifortunately, however, the Buck land rowdies did not entertain this view of the case, and took a course much to be deplored even now by all right minded p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

Flobiuse !— Fob the Teeth axd Breath.— A few drops of the liquid ' Flolrilino ' sprinkled on a ?wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which tboroghly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardeng the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness nees, and &amp; delightful fragrance to the breath. ' The fragrant Floriline, ' being composed in part of honey snd swett herbs, is delicious to the toste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Price 2s. 6d., of all Chemists and perfumers. Wholesale depot removed to 33, Farington Road, London. Thkoat Affections akd Hoarseness. — Al- Buffering from irritation of the throat and hoarse ness will be agreeablv surprised at the almost im mediate relief aSorded by the use of ** Brown ' Bronchial Troches.' These famous ' lozenges ' are now sold by most respectable chemists in tlrie country at Is. l$d. per box. People troubled with a 'hacking cough,' a 'slight cold,' or bronchial affe...

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TUENA WARDEN'S COURT. Friday, July 15. (Before T. A. Smith, Esq., Warden.) Fenton v. INIFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

TUENA WARDEN'S COURT. Friday, July 15. (Before T. A, Smith, Esq., Warden.) Fenton v. Inifee. Plaintiff Bued tbe defendant to recover a share of the liabilities incurred in working a certain claim «t Dog Trap, near Tuena, costs £70. Mr J. O. Dodd, of Carcoar, who appealed for defendant, objected to the summons on the ground that no particulars of plaintiffs' claim had been filed, and the Warden up held the objection, and dismissed the case. James Beemneu v. Jambs Hearn &amp; Others. Mr Dodd appeared for tbe applicant, who applied for an injunction to restrain defen dant from selling or otherwise disposing of their interest in the Lucky Hit claim, or of the gold taken therefrom. The application was granted.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

TO IHS BDITOE. Sib,— I feel it my duty to call your a' tention to the dangerous practice whloh exists f driving cattle through this town at all hours o the day. Tlie road taken is that which leads from She Pound Yards past the Publio School, and - n several oooasious the pupils thereof have been ii consider able danger. The time chosen by drovers I generally about thai; of the assembling or dismisfng of the sobolaTs,Jwbo are, parha-n, cut in the tiSreet before - anything is known of the cattle. A case in point happened a little after four o'clock lost Wednesday week, when several children narrowly escaped at least serious accident. A lad driving two seemingly quiet cows and a calf past the Pubfio School, left one of them iu the street, to pursue the other which was making up the hill. Not thinking that a wild brute would be left in such a place at such a time, I marched the children to the street, when, almost without (Warning, it charged straight at them. Some boys managed to regai...

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THE GUILELESS WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

THE GUILELESS WITNESS. ' Do you know tlie prisoner well V asked the attorney. ' Never knew him sick,' replied the witness. ' No levity,' sai-1 the lawyer Bternly. 'Now, sir, did you ever nee the prisoner at the bar 1' 'Took many a drink with him at the bur.' ' Answer my ques tion sir,' yelled the lawyer. ' How long have you known the prisoner 1' ' Fiom 2ft up to 5ft lOin.' ' Will the court make the ? ' ' I havp, Jedge,' said the witness, anticipat ing the lawyer ; I have answered the ques tion. I knowcd the prisoner when he was a boy 2ft long, and a man 5ft lOin ? ' 'Your honor ? '' ' It's a fao', Jedge ; I'm under my oath,' persisted the witness. The lawyet arose, placed both hands on. the table in front of him, spread his legs apart, leaned liia body over the table, and snid— ?' Will you tell the court what you know about the case 1' ?? That ain't liis Bame,' replied the witness. ' What ain't his name V ' Case,' ' who said itf was V ' You did. You want to know what I know about th...

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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Monday, July 18. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M. and R. Glasson, jun., Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Monday, July 18. (Before E. J. C. North, ^q., P.M. and R,. Glasson, jun., Esq., J.P. John Connolloy, on bail charged with being drunk in Adelaide-street on tbe 16th instant, was admonished and discharged, it being his first offence. Police v. Allan Hines. Defendant, who was charged with using obscene language in in a public place, did not appear. Proof v.i adduced of the service of summons, and tie usual course adopted. Police v.. Joseph Lorrimer. Defendant pleaded guilty to a charge of using obscene language in a public place, and was fined 5s. with costs of Court 4s lOd. John Mellor v. Frank Siebert Defendant was charged with assaulting complainant the proprietor of the ' Blayney Advocate ' on the 4tb inst. Mr Dodd appeared for com plainant After hearing the evidence of John Mellor and Frank Lowe ; the Bench considered the assault -had been proved, and accordingly fined the defendant £1, costs of Court 6s 10d, professional costs 21s, and witness* expenses 10s...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS, ' Leave. Pass. Goods Mixed Goods Mail h. m. a. m. n. it. h. m. a.m. a.rn. a.tn. a.m. p.m. Sydney ? 0 0 8 0 B»thurrt ? 6*40 6 30 110 9 0 3 SO Book Creek ... 6 40 7 60 ? 10 40 4 26 6 11 20 4 62 Spnng'Grovo .. 7 26 9 15 ? 6 12 Spring Hill .. 7 36 9 SO 1 46 12 SO 6 22 Orange .{arrive) 8 0 10 6 2 16 12 60 £ 45 Wellington ... 6 26 . 8 10 Dubbo (arrive) ? 8_I5 ? 9 15 ? OP TJUIHB. ? ft.m. a.m. 1 a.m. p.m. p.m. Pubfao ? 9 66 2 45 6 SO WeuWton ... 12 0 6 36 6 40 p.m. 6 85 9 25 Orange ... _. 7 45 4 36 11 50 0 48 Spring Hill ,88 * 12 26 068 Spring Grove... 8 20 ♦ ? 10 20 4™v ? 8 43 5 65 1 25 U 43 Back Creek ... 8 43 6 37 9 6 3 0 a.m. ? Bathurst ? 10 9 8 0 6 0 12 45 11 46 y.m. a.m. sum. Sydney (arrive) 6 2 7 60 6 55 ? 6_45 ? The train stops here, but the time of arrival and departure is not fixed. .... The Mail Train leaves Orange on Sunday ..nights instead of Saturday. %\\t Sarcoar Chronicle 4 BLAYNEY &amp; COWRA GAZETTE. SATUBDAY.SJULY, 23, 1881. TOBTBE IK ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 23 July 1881

THE UNITED IHSURiW COMPANY J(Firm asd Maiunk.) ESTaBEISHKD A.D. 1862. _? Incorporated by Act of Parliament of l,ew South Capital - ??: £500,006 - .- . WITH TBB ? . '- TJK LIMITND J JABII-ITT LARGE C0L0B1A.1, ? PROPIUETAKY, HEAP OFFICE*. 275, George Stroet, Sydnov- ' BOARD OF D1RECTOKS: .1 BffMftttri* S^d#'ffl« %3&amp;.gS&amp;f£ TaoiURB Hill, JEs«V, Bent Stroetr ' ; James Ewak,- Esq., (Messrs. John iraiser &amp; Co.) J. B. Bukulk, Esq.. Barrack Street. ? S. Dipkinhok, Esq., (Messrs. Learmontb, DickuT son &amp; Co ) ' L. tyr..l«TO, EgH.p (Messrs. ]-. tJohan ft.Co.) ' ? : MANAGER i ' ? FRANCIS T. WATK1NS. Yin 1/wnrance at Lowest Uates. . Prompt Settlement uf Claims. Agent for Blayney ; A. C. QUAIFU,' fiM|. ' Agent fir Carcotr and Mount JIacquarip: Jl. W l'ASCOE, Esq. ? Anent fotCarcuar* Mb. \Y.. £. NESBJTT. City Mutual Fir« 'laeuraixos C^ife pany (Limited). ; : . '**?„ ? ? 'Head Offices:- ? . ? ? ? ' '? Waterloo Chambers, 45S.;Geprg8-«treet,!Sydney. Capital, L500.O00. S...

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