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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 13 August 1881

HEATON BROTHERS General Storekeepers, and Colonial Produce MercJiants, BLAYNEY. — ? :o: ? WHEAT BOTOHT IN ANY QUANTITY 25 TO 50 DOLLARS FEB. DAY CAN ACTUALLY BE MADE BORING WELLS WITH THE GREAT WESTERN WELL AUGER, AND WE MEAN IT, AND ARE PREPARED TO DEMONSTRATE THE FACT! ? 0 ? THEY are operated by either MAN, HORSE, or STEAM POWEK, and GUARANTEED to bore an the rate of 10 to 15 feetjper hour. They range from 3 inches to 6 feet in diameter, and are war ranted; to bore ANY DEPTH in a thorough and practical manner with case and large profits to the operator We Warrant them to bore'inTevery class of Rock, all kinds of Karth, Sand, and Limestone ; Bituminous Stone, Coal, Slate, Hardpan, Gravel, Lava, Boulders, Serpentine Bock, and to make the Very Best Wells in Quicksand and Cavy Earths. TItey are Easily Operated, Simple in Construction, Durable, Tlis Cheapest and Most Practical Eartlt and Rock Tools in the World. mr MANUFACTURED AT OUR OWN WORKS FROM THE VERY BESTrOF MATERIAL BY SKILLED...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 13 August 1881

j§|Pthe genuine amebican PP BITTEES MANUFACTURED BY THE HOP BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF BOCHESTEK, N.T., U.S.A.f ABE A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK. The above Company ore well-known as being the originators of the HOP BITTERS PEIZE, The great boat-race rowed on the Thames, and so successfully carried off by the tiUUt&AH'r &AT0QCT8:, OF AUSTRALIA. HOP BITTE RS ABE THE PUREST, BEST, AND CHEAPEST MEDICINE EVEk MADE. They are compiled from Hops, Buchu, Mandrake (Poilopbyllin), and Dandelion. The Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Valuable Medicines in the World, and in addition contain all the best and most effective curative properties of all oiher bitters, beingtlio greatest BLOOD PITBIFIEB and life and health restoring agent on earth. REMEMBER THIS, IF XOU ARE SICK HOP BITTE RS Will Gnrely aid nature in making you well again when all else fails. If you are a frequenter or a resident of a mais tnatic district, barricade your system agaioBt the scourge of all countries— mal...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 13 August 1881

,; LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ? 1 — *. ? — Sam oT Church and School Estate. — The (ale of Church «nd School Lands was submitted to auction on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday last, bat as there was no bids offered, the sale lapsed Painless Dentbjtrv.— We would invite the attention of our readers, especially those who suffer froruftootbache, to an advertisement which appears in this issue notifying that Mr. Schlesingcr, surgical and mechanical dentist, from Sydney and Mel bourne, purposes paying a professional visit to Car coarthe week after next. The numerous advan tages to be gained by consulting Mr. Schloeingor are bo ably delineated in the advertisement referred to that any further comment on onr part is un necessary. Daring bis stay in Carcoar he may be wmraltedj* Mr. Pagan's Royal Hotel between the 22nd and 30th of the present month. Kthioptah Entertatsmbnt.— TLoie who take «n interest in the welfare of our local brass band will be pleased to see that an endeavour is to be made on...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY. HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY. HABIUS0N, .TONES, AND DEVLIN'S REPORT. Hides.— There was rathinr a short supply. TIib demand was brisk, and tbe market very firm. Good conditioned lots sold at a i-lipbt advance. Quotations —Extra hflavy, 41. to 4id ; henvy, 2$'\. U, 8|d. ; medium, Sgd. to 3Jd. : light and station, 3JU. tu 6d. We sold l.fiCeT Tallow.— A further advnnco in Kngland hag ciuiBed prices to rule better for all descriptions. The market was xery firm. Quotations— Mutton, £29 to £30 ; beef, £27 10s. to £29! mired and otation, #25 to £27. We catalogued IUB casks. Bpdnejr, September 1ft, 1881.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

MOUNT JM'DONALD. A BRANCH of the COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OP SYDNEY, under the management of MR. C. B. MINNETT is now open at Mount M 'Donald for the transaction of all usual Banking Business. C. B. MINNETT, Manager. TENDERS. fTIENDERS nre invited for Fencing &c, X. the Puhliu Cemetery, Lyndhurst, to be in before TUESDAY, 4th October. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Further particulars from iheTiuslees. J. A BURKE, J, McCLOSKEY, 1). DONALDSON. Lyndhnrst. W. and A. GILBEY'S SILTEC STUEAM HOLLAND. 2-gallon cases 'vV- and A. Gilboy's UNSWEETENED OE GIN, 2-gal!on cases W- aaa A- Gilboy'a OLU SCOTCH and IRISH WHISKIES 2gal. cases '57-. and A- Gilloy's OLD WHITE and PALE JAMAICA RUMS, 2-gallon cases W- and A. Gilbey'3 CLAUETS, COGNAC BRANDIES, ftc.,2eal. cases. Tnokar and 0o.5 AGENTS, 377 GEORGB STEET Sydkev. will be held in the 'ADVOCATE' HALL ELAY27SY, ON Tuesday Evening Next, SEPTEMBER 27th Tickets --f Admission .... 10s Cil, which m.:y lie Ji.id at all bus...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facetious. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

Facetious. ' Here, you young rascal, give an account of vonreelf. Where have you liet n 1' — ' Aft. r the si*, fiithei-.'— ' Did you ever know n.e t« .!„ «„ *Jlfin;i was a boy .1' — 'No, sir, but mother dill.' Fight vour own battles — nsk no favours. You will succeed a. ♦honnand't:m-ls liatterjthan one who is «lw«y» seeking patrouage. A liare coflin without a flower, and a funeral without eulogy, are prefemble#to a life without love andjsyoipatby. Emulate the mule : it is backward in deeds of violence. ' I can't hold the baby any longer,' said a young father, ' it's getting ftoo heavy.y* — ' Pshaw, Edward ! you'used to hold,Joae for Lours and never complain.' ' Don't you think, ' said a lmsiiand, mildly rebuking liiR wife, ' that women are possessed by the Jevil t ' — ' Yes, ' was «he quick reply, 'as soon an they are mftrvipd' Nothing in this world yields larger and quicker returns on the amount in rested, than poking; a. veuep with your finger to see if he feels we'll. In the Scul...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

THE GENUINE AMERICAN HOP BITTERS MANUFACTURED BY TIIE HOP BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY OP HOCHBSTEB, E.Y., U.S.A., ARB A MEIHCIKE, SOT A DRINK. The above Company are well-known as; being the originators of the HOP BITTERS PEIZE, The great boat-raoj rowed on the Thames, and so successfully carried off by the OF AUSTRALIA. hop bTttebs ARS THIS P0EEST, BEST, AND CHEAPEST MEDICINE EVEK MADE. They rre compiled from HopB, Bucliii, Mandrake (Podophyllin), and Dandelion. Thn Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Valuable Medicines in tlic World, and in addition contain all. the bfist and most effective curative properties of all other bitters, being the {.reatfist BLOOD PURIFIER and life and health restoring agent on earth. REMEMBER THIS, IF YOU ABE SICK HOP B1TTE R S Will surely aid nature in making you well again when all else fails. If you are » frequecter or a resident of a tnaUmatic district, barricade your system against the scourge of nil countries — malarial, epidemic, bilious, and inte...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

A BLAYNEY.& COWn A GAZETTE. SATUEbAY, SEPTEMBER, 24. 1881. TOR TH* TO3DRV O» S1HK, JOB THB GOOD O*' All*.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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(COPY) TO SENIOR SERGEANT WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

(Co P v.) To Sgnioh Sergeant Wood. Sin. — Hiving RPen a letter in the CATtCOAR CllRONICLE, RUPilkillg uf y-;U ill :l 1 disrespectful nun, tier, I lipg to offer you my sympathy in company with several others in | this neighborhood, who dennun:o the slur hs being Jotnlly «t variance with yonr well known character. Spe.aking for itiyse'lf I cun most rtssuredlv sny that X hp.ve received tlio Heine of livility from you, bii3 when speak ing of the above mentioned letter to one of the respectable residents of this place, he substantiated my nvHence. of your noble character, having known you for intiny ye:irn, and during that lime has known you to he a tr«e friend to »11 poaoeabln and well disposed peoplp, hJbo hping energetic in tracing crime to ita perpetrntor, and oft expoEing vourKelf to great bodily danger in rescuing offenders. I conld detail much more ti vindicate your character, but as you are too much respected l-y tlm resident of this plucH, and by the well disposed poition of the...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LONDON. September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

LO^D0N. Sentoinber 22. Ihe ynppn's messflge to Mrs. Garlield was : — ' Words c.mnot express my deep Rympnthy. I f.^l with yon at this moment, may God support und comfort you as he can anoii.' Post-moitem showed the lending cause of Genpra.1 Gm-fiuld's de«lh whs rnptiive mesen teric arterv by a gun shot wound. The Queen has ordered the British Comt into uiournins for one week. The MuKseloinena of Dulcigno, Piovince. Snutari threatened general rising if griev an.ws are not redressed. I n consequence of the continued »'itntion among the Nliili.sls the Czir has issued a stringent ukHse. St.. Petersliurgh and numerous diutiicts have been declared in a state of seige.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

TO THE KDITOE. Sin, — Having read a letter in your issue of the 3rd inst. containing sentiments tlint «re injwions to Ihft character of Senior Serceaiit Wood, nnd not seeing anything in late issues Io vindicate the cliaroc.cr of nn honoured and faithful servant of the C'-own, nnd friend to nil peaceful and wpll-diuposed peop'e, I bea; to reply by rending you a copy of a lettnr sijnt to the above worthy official, who modestly declines to hxnd the letter to yiu for- insfirtion, tis ir, contains matters tlmt tends to himse.lf.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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EPITOME OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

EPITOME OF NEWS Whicher, the well-known London deteclivp, is dead. He escnrteil Chnrles Dickens tliroiigh tiie thieves' dens of London, and wssisted' in organising thp defective force of Warsaw, re ceiving for his services JEIOOO. and a testimo nial from the Me Emperor of Rnssi*. A collection of Lord B-HConnhVM'H letters, extending ovpr the period from 1849 to 1873, will shortly lie published. A monster sapphire, found in Cevlon. h«s herti sent -o London. It in valuwl at, £14 000. The Church of Ensliind people, at Deuili qnin nflj i m that (he new Bis'iop of Hiieriim shonlrl reside in thnt, town, -ib Win? the Inrm'tit. in the district. Reholutions Umnkina the Hon. .T. Cmnpliell for his princelj'pndowiiipnt have been piiRRed. ' Mr. Sullivan, the Home Enid, is about to rPMivii hiRRpat in the TToiifp --f PoininoiiR It. is prnbnlilp Unit Sir O.ivan Duffy will be a candidate fur the VMCiiiicy. The bulk of frozMi m»at. which nrrived per Cnzna was |)hiced in the Sinlthfield market. The hpe...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

(Open Column. |_ We wish it to be distinctly understood tbat we An not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.]

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANDURAMA PUBLIC SCHOOL (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

MANDUKAMA PUBLIC SCHOOL. (COMIIDNICATED. ) On Wednesday, 7th inst,. G. E. Long, Esq., M.A., Inspector of Schools, inspected the Public School in this locality. The children were put through a ri^id examination, and nuqtiitted themselves creditably. The report »]»)» the attainments of the children as elicited by the examination is as follows . — 1'iusT i;i.Asa (.intantH;. — uoaaing, inir ; speti ing, talcrablu ; .meanings, &c, toberable ; willing, fair; arithmetic, fair; notation, fair; mental ariiluuutic, tolerable. Upper Futsr Class. — Reading, fair ; spelling, very fair ; meanings, &o., very fair ; writing, very fair ; dictation, very fair ; arithmetic, tolerable ; notatinn very fair ; mental arithmetic, good ; object lesson, fair ; needlework, very fair ; attention, good ; mental effort, very fair ; general proficiency, fair to very fair. Second Cla-s. — Reading, fair ; spelling, very fair; meanings, &c, fair; writing (in books), fair ; dictation, fair ; a...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday September 20th. (Before E. J. C. North Esq., P.M. and W. B. Warner Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

^/CARCOAK POLICE COURT. Tiiejjday, Se|iteiiii'er 20th. (Before E. .T. C. North, E-q., P.M. and W. it. Warner. Esq.. J.P.) Lfflh-y McFawn wmb ch.-uyd ''.v Si-r^nit Wood wiih reiniivin-r from Cowii L'tmls a qnaiutiy of sheets of iiark withoni. a liuonst*. \ Defi'hdant pleaded guilty, stating tlmt. lie was ignorant --( the obligation f-- have a license. Hnhad been in C.iconr 23 yeais, Hiid 'IihiI iifivnr Imen before the court before. Serjeant Wood said ha did not desire to press fur the infliction of the extreme penalty, but to let men know that they conld not interfere with Crown timliei without being licensed. No doulit tlie defendant, was a poor in»n struggling hard fora livelihood. The bench fined W.-fHiid.. nt 5«, with G-. Sd costs uf court., u.ml lOit fur witnesses' expenaeR on whose iu lotliiHtioii the coni|ilaint /i»a l,een /.iii(, in default levy ana distress, and iu further de detHuit 48 Louis' unriiBoiinifint. D.fei,(h.llt, said that n8 it was a first offence he would take t...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday. 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

TE1.EG RAP MO 1X1RLLIOI:S- A. ? w ? ' — SYDNEY, Friday, 2 ji.ni. The BilmoiHl Company, Milbnrn Cieel--, has been suoci-ssfully floated, ?«( from p ir to 10s. |ireiiiiiiiii. In the LegisUtive Asseui'ily the debite on Liquor LiceiiHinij Bill was ie-niu--d clause C rt-la^ini; to the roiiBtiiininn of L qunr Lken King Boards was niiiHiided on tlie motion €.f the Pivmiei reduuirg the imixi ? in nuuiliei tu (iimpiise a court nine to nevi-n in metro linlitJin dislrict and three in .ill oil er di^tiios. TnePreinier expl.iiiii-il r.li;il ihe Goveriniient coiitein|ilate.| :i|Hi.iint.iii-: four K-e)ieiidi:iiy niseis: r:itfs I'm- S.vdney and two for the menn|iolil:iii .siil.in I'K, inclii'lini; those already in -Uice. The m»ii»n l-y Mr. W. J. Foster was iigieed to iiniking it a inisdeiiientiour (or :my pel-son to act on a Licensing Bench iu any w.-iy connected with the nirtinifacture or side of intoxicating -li ink. The Minister for l.:mds has issued a minute severely rvprernxi'iding a dr.ttighl...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuksday, Septembeh 20. Present: T us Mivor, Alilermiii Wamer Frt5»n, Clmk, «tul Downey. Tlie iniiiiitfH i'f the previous meeting wpre read and coti6rmed. Accounts amounting to L21 Cs Id were pissed for payment. Alderman Warner drew Ilip attention of the Council to the entrance to Mr Dcrwin's properly, next the Oily Buik, Carcoir, ami also the one situated opposite, tind Kngscsleil that the Ma} or be authorised to remedy tlie evil. Aldprmun Downey enquired what li:-d been donp with respect to the wall in Icflv st.reet. The Mayor rppoi ted the nature of his interview with MrScarr. Aldui'imtu Downey moved tlmt for i\w I'ulure the meeting*, of the Council lie held at half-past seven. Alderman Warner neco»di'l. Carried. Alderman Downey moved tlmt the Miyor be empowered to employ men to quarry sioih1 for the wall in Icely-screet. Aliierniaa Clark seconded. Carried.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

/ B E P'O !R T OF THE Half- Yearly Meeting & Quinquennial Investigation OF THE Mutual %mmun Jwi*fo d Widnfa (LIMITED), AUGUST 29, 1881. IN moving the adoption of the Twenty-First Half -Yearly Revenue Bepoit and Balance JSlieet, th« Chairman, remarked :— It is only proper to state, and I do so with great confidence, the steady increase of business of the Society during the past Half- Year. In fact, the Society, as you can see for yourselves, appears to have entered into a new era of prosperity, both in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia It is very satisfactory for those in the Society to Bee how steadily things are developing in every manner aud proceeding. Tfaa careful policy which has always been pursued by the Directors has been strictly .adhered to, and we (the Directors) can assure you that you have everything to be pleased with, notwithstanding your risks. ' We have given the most extreme liberality that is consistent with safety in order to stil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

' THE UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY J^ v (FlK'J AMI MARINE.) .' ESTABLISHED A.D. 1862. . 'incorporated by Act of J'arhaiuent nf New South * Wales, Capital ? £800,000 WITH TtfB unlimited liammty ? off a LARGE COLONIAL PROPRIETARY HEAP OFFICE: 275. Georga Street, Sydnev BOARD OF D1KKCTORS : Ei.wabo Klooo, Esq., Circular Quay. Ubairmnn Richard Him., K-sm , Bent Street. Jamkk Ewas, Ksq., (Messrs. .Tohn f raasr & Co. ) J. B. fiuNWJt. Esq.. Barrack Street. Dwkinhox, KflQ- (Mesors. Lcai month. Dicltiii son & Co ) W. LkvV, Es^., (Mesai*. T-. Cohen ft Co.) MANAfJEKr FRANCIS T. W ATKINS. Fire Insurance at truest HateS. Prompt Settlement of Claims. Agent for Blayney: A. C. QUAIFE, fisv! Agent f-r Carcoar and Moant Macquanc : rf. W PASCOE, Bs«. Aqent forCarcoar: Mr. W. K. NESB1TT. City S£uta*&l Fire Insurance Com pany (Limits*). Head Ontce.i : Waterloo Chambers, 458 Georgfi-street.tSydnny. Capital, 1500,000. Subscribed, L150.O00. DIBEOTORS : Hox. M. Fiikpatrick, M.P., Chairma...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

VXOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. LrrEnAliT Larceny. — VV- compliment the 'Orange Liberal' on its appreciation of a fair piece of poetry, as evidenced in its unacknowledged appropriation oF the lines, 'The Thought is Grand,' whicli appeared1 in our ertlwiniin a few weeke ago, but would it not next time be more gracious, not to say honest, to acknowledge tbo source, aud file the name of the author? Mutual Assurance Socutv of Victoria.— Elsewhere is ;»dveHined the address of the Chairman .it tbis flourishing Society to tue members on the iccosiou of the half-yearly mod ing ami quinquen nial investigation. It discloses a highly gratifying '?ondilion of affairs, and it will be observed that the sum of i.T.1,000 will 1)0 apportioned as bonuses amongst the policy-holders of the Society. Ueati* of General Garfielo. — General G\r ficM Hiud laet Monday evening. The ruins of Go. vcrnment have heen assumed by General Arthur the Viee-Prosideiit of the United States. Boars to Mount McDonald.— The track t...

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