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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 September 1881

We m* told with a sort of triumph thm HO less thim thirty-two speeches have been delivered on the subject of the new Licensing Bill, now to-fine tlie LfgislHtive Ass'inMy. toie sooner the debate is over the better. There is a vein of insincerity running through the performance, and a flavour of tea and muf fins, stronciv siissestive of tlie finu v^i's con troversy over retoitn tbat raged in Victoriu. Each h'n. member seems to look upon it as a moral obligation to contribute Lib quantity to tlit- must* of. accumulated platitudes, never l-cflect.ing that this is only » solemn shci ificr to humbug offered up liy Sir Henry Parkks, and thnt tJie Hansard reporters nii'lir, jiihi as well bo eparcd the trouble of preserving tlieir bad logic and elucidating their ambiguities. No one expects the Bill to liecome lnw in its present shnpp, an-l the Pkesiikr would be extremely sorry if the fate of his Government depended on the measure being placed upon the Statute Book. The hon. gentleman knows ...

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

Wmmm^-. ? ;' Th^cfeafacfcer, inAefea.is not one to be sui-- uotted dramatically } and here is the rock on which pretenders to it most commonly spat. They defeatthfir own purpose t-y mHking ton evident tiat they *w anxious to be taken for gentlemen, whereas ilie genuiae geutlernan ]..-? nninxMtr about the mattpr at nil. He knows himself to be a gentleman, and it nftvei oocure to him that there can be any qupstion . about hte right to the title. So that silf nssertioa In any shape is to liisn a thing en titely needless. In the case of the other, there is no such supporting conviction, find his own unwrtainty about himself makes him auupeotdooU in others. Hence lie is driven to a. perpetual assertion of his; quality ns u gentleman, which of itself betrnys the nature of his claim. One of the commonrat ways in which thin shows itself is in a kind cf hyiwr senBitivesess on the point of honour. The true gentleman is never quick to'takejoffence. Not seeing any sufficient lewwra why anyone s...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ? » ? The ' Bulletin.' — Our piratical patron at Sydney lets us down very gently this week. The eenior funny hack exhausts his jocularity over a. pig paragraph almost as ancient as his boots, aud^winds up with a by no meanB disheartening reference to our Mount M 'Donald venture. The essincc of our reply last week is totally ignored, viz.. that the 'Bulletin' exists chiefly on purloined Ameiicau smartness, tho order evidently being .to leave that awkward point alone, and ' rub it in about the gender.' Mary is consequently well advertised by this compound of ilalvolio and Parallel:, our contemporary in the lattc role evidently thinking ' Ha ! theybegiu to smoke me now.' Weli, there is no malice on our part, and for the ' Bulletin's ' evident goed wishes, we cordially trust that the San i'raucisco steamer containing his budget of originalities may never founder and reduce him sud denly to a condition of intellectual bankruptcy. ?GUzette Notices. —A Public School...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

-''? For Sale by Public Auction. ? — :o: ? — ? THE MOST Valuable Business Sites ! TO BE SOLD IN THE BEAUTIFUL TOWN OF CARCOAR. . ? :o: ? — ? *,* These Sites will command all traffic from Cowra, Canowindva, Milburn Creek, &c ? . ? w. on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, .A.T 2 P.M., ON THE &BOU2TX) ADJOINING 1CR. KENWOETHY'S MILL. ? ^ ? :o: ? ? — - ____ ? :o: — ? ? ? ? Terms : — J- cash at close of sale ; balance in bills with 5 per cent, interest added at 3, 6, t-, 12, 15, and 18 months respectively from day of sale; 2| per cent, will be allowed'to cash purchasers. -- ? -.0: ? Remember, the Railway is Coming! PALMER BROS. HAVE recoived inspections from JOHN CORRY, Esq., to sell as above feis lots, being J, 2, and 3 of section 2, liberally subdivided. Posters -will shortly appear giving plans. ttlOUNT WDONALD. A iJfiilfCH WTTMB i3OMM»nul4J. 3SAKK.IKG J\ COMPANY OF SYDNEY, is now ?open at Mount M 'Donald for the transaction of all usual Banking business. C. B. MINNB1T, Mauagur. '...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

TO STAND THIS SEASON o o w: :r A., THE THOROUGHBRED HOBSE GLADSTONE. OLADSTOKE is a blight bay horse with black points, is by Tarragon, dam Sunbeam, owl) sister to Tito Whiffler. Tfcrins,!t£4 4s. Each Mnre. A Good, Secure,' well-watered 'Paddock.] 'Every ?care taken but no responsibility incurred, AU mares to be paid for and' removed on.or before hit January, 1862. JAMES FITZPATRICK Blayney. TO ; TRAVEL THIS SEASON. The splendid Draught Horse BltOWSMPRINCE. BROWN PRINCE is by Brown Prince, by True Briton^gimpoited, dam by Sampson, imported ; gr. dam by Piougbboy imported. TERMS. Single Mare ? £\ 15s Three or more ... £1 10s Tbe Season will bee;In on the 20th Septem ber, and end on the 31st December. All Mares to be paid for at that date, unless other arrangements are made. Brown Prince will travel at the .under mentioned places : — Carcoar, Teapot Swamp, Two-milo Creek, Mandurama and the sur rounding district. The splendid paddocks of M. W. Pascoe at the Meadows will be open to Mare...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY. HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

COM M E It V I A L. ? « ? S Y D S 1! Y. HARRISON, JOKES, AND DEVLIN'S UEPOnT. Wool. — At our sale to-day we catalogued bales consis'iug of nearly nil fcliuou£ ci cd lots. The high rate of freight pe- steamers t - cilch the November sales operated ngaiuet Eeiling, :in-l prices ruled rather easier than at the pteviuua furtnight's Kales. We sold by auction and nritMtelv about iCO bales. thn principal lots being SMI' C) in diamond 112 bales scoured from 131. to 19 J., li. MoNamara over Clear valley 151 J. to 18^1., grensy Oid. to 9JJ. Sheepskins.— Slieepskins sjld at about the same prices as worn ruling at last Bales, best lots being most enquired for. Medium and burry skins are not bo tirui. IJest realised 6J. to 9^d. ; rnediuoi 5d. to 51.1. ; pelts and sbortwoolled 2d. toUJ. At these piiccs we sold 58 lots. S;'dney, September 26il-, 1SSI.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

There are certain affections which, although not classified iu the same category, avc relieved by the same agencies. They mxy spring from difl'ereat causes but are effected liy the same results. '1'1-us, gout, gravel, acute or chronic rheumatism, dropsy, flatulence, colic pains of the fitomach aua bowels, whether iu adults or in infants, owes of uriuary, bladder, or renal obstruction, dyspepsia, genera' debility, sluggioh ciiciilation of the blood, mal-.w simulation of the food, aud vital exhaustion, are all reliui'ed, and almost invaiiablv cured by UdOLPho Wolfe's SoiireDAM Aromatic SunNAPPa. Valuablk Discovehv Fon ma Haie. — U yoat hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use ' The Jlexicau Hair Eeucwei1.' for it will posi tively restore iu every case Grey or White Hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagiecable smell of most ' Kestorere.' It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as jjromoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glaudB ore no...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

Five Centcries of Success. — Towards the close of the 15th century, the Swiss discovered among their mountains an aromatic and tonic herb, which, on being incorporated witli a pure stimulating element, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonic, and assiruilant. This compound was thence forward known as the Dew of the Alps, mid under that name lias eujoyea a wen-aeserv-etl celebrity for nearly five hundred years. Of all the liqueurs we have ever tasted it is the most refreshing and agreeable, and of all tonics, restoritives, and assimulating prepara tions it is said on good medical authority to be the. best. For its introduction into this market we are indebted to Messrs. M. Moss and Co., sole agents for Australia. It is immensely popular in the mining districts, and indeed everywhere as a healthful restorative and delicious ordia.1. Throat Affections asd HoAitSENEss.— Al Euflerin£ from irritation of the throat aud hoarse ness will be ajjreeablv surprised at the almost im mediate r...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

TliLEQltA PJJW JNTB.LUGENGH. ? v ._ SYDNEY, Friday, 2 p.ta. i Be main business iu the Assembly was the Licensing Hill which wob considered a.i tar as clauso The annual meeting of the SyJne.v Coffee Tavern Co. bbowed a loss of £1100. In the criminal prosecution ior Jibal, John I'etguson, proprietor of the ' l'arramatta livening News, on the information of Henry Byrnes, the jury were uuabla to agree. TUo defoadant fwas bound over to appear at the next Quarter Sessions. ^o change in cattle and sheep markets

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETING AT MOUNT McDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

MEETING AT MOUNT McDONALD. ? ? ? A In response to the invitation contained in a circular, a large number of the residents of Mount McDonald assembled in front of Tanner's Commercial Hotel, list Saturday, for the purpose of considering uu overture made by the proprietress of this journal, for the establishment of a branch weekly news paper to be published specially in the intetests of tlie new mining settlement. The principal business residents und prospectors of old Mil burn Creek met Mrs Boyle a few minutes before the appointed time, among tberu being Messrs D. McDonald, McKellar, Bennett, Liwrencp, Grant, Fox, (ofPeehvood) and Tanner. On the proceedings being opened it was proposed by Mr E. Bennett, that Mr J. A. McKillop, of Carcoar, who was present, take the cli.iir. Mr McKillop declined, suggest ing the appointment of a local gentleman, but eventually yielded to tlie representation that Jio bad knowj the proprietress of ihe Chronicle for so long a time that he could best speak ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

At Lille, in Franco, a nomber of people liavo boon killed by explosives distributed in parcels through the town. The ' Standard's ' correspondent at Berlin BftVS ;_?- a page of Alexander til. has been arrested on the charge of being a Nihilist, and sficretly serving \ho senteuca of death on the deceased' uiohurob.'

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

toEATH. (CdLMtAK— On September 27th. 1881. at her resid ence, Francis Street, Hyde Park. Sydney, SUjnev Owns, the beloved wife of Albert M. Coleman, ogodiK) years, leaving a husband, two daughters, pnd seven sons, to mourn her !osb ; sister to Mrs. M. Mason, WeUingtbn, New Zealand, and aunt to Mr. W. A. Mason, or Carcoar. She suffered long and patiently. Wxt€ntcont ffihnrrade & BLAYKEY & COtVKA GAZETTE. TOH TUB INJgBV OF K-1NB, 'FOB THE GOOU OF ALL. ^SATUKDAY, OCTOBER* 1, 1881.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

The following is the text of a petition which will be presented to tlie Legislative Assembly ?in the course of a few days, 'it speaks'for 'itself, the case being set forth, in terse, _ Vigorous, and unmistakably clear language. The petitioners point out thac the House has been totally misled, and that its policy ? o — w uii-»'«g j'uuii ul me muiJUncU western trunk line has been misdirected, by the incorrect report furnished by Mr. Ssoineee Wade in 18?5j and they ask that the new railway bIjhJI be taken from the loop line, Blayney to Murrumuumh, recently sanctioned, at apoict near the Rocks 8 miles from Cowra, -proceeding thence near Cancmindra, ' GooIHgong, and Eugowra into Forbes, thence onwards towards Condobolin. The arguments for the adoption of this route , ' in' preference to the one starting from Orango i are practically unanswerable, and we hope that the national interest this lime will be powerful enough to prevail against mere local expediency. The document is most numerou...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

THE UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY (J?1MS AND MAHIKK.) ESTABLISHED A.D. 1802. Incorporated by Act of Parliament of Now Sout Waleo. Capital ? £600,000 WITH TUB UNLIMITED IAATULITY -IF A LAUGE COLONIAL PROPBTETAK1 HEAD OFFICE : 275, George Street, Sydnev BOARD OF DIRECTORS : ttwAiip Flood, Esq., Circular Quay, Ohairma: Rich aud Hu.14 Esq., Bent Street. James Ewax, Esq., (Messrs. John frazcr & Co. J. B. Runulb, Esq.. Barrack Street. DifiKlKSoN, Esq., (Messrs. Lcarawntu Drckii Eon & Co ) \Y. Levy, Esii., (Messrs. 1). Cohen ft. Co.) MANAGER s KBANC1K T. W ATKINS. Fire Insurance at Lowest Kates. Prompt Settlement of Claims. Agent for Blayney : A. C. QUAIFii, fistj. Agent f -r Carcoar and Mount Macquaric : -1. W PASOOE, Esq. At;ent for Carcoar : Mk. W. K. NESB1TT. City Mutual Fire Insurance Com* paay (Limited). Head Office! : 'Waterloo Chambers, 458 George-street.lS.vdnoy. Capital, tSOO.W). Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTOKS : Hon. M. Fitzpateick, H.P., Chairman. ?John Sek, Esq.., M...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. ' l,'~' DOWN TRAINS. Leave. ] Pass. iGoods Mixed Gods, Mail h. m. a, m. u. m. ii. u. a,m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. Sydney ? 9 0 8 0 p.m. a.m. Bathurst ? 6 40 C 30 110 9 0 3 30 Back Creek ... 6 40 7 60 ? 10 40 4 28 BUyney ? 7 6 8 60 1 6 U 20 4 62 Spring Grove .. ? 26 9 15 ? 6 12 SpringHm .. 1 36 9 30 1 46 12 20 5 22 Orange -arrive) 8 0 10 6 2 16 12 60 0 45 Wellington ... 8 2S 8 W I)nbbo (arrive) ? 8 16 ? 9 Iff, W TRAINS. ? ,. a.m. a.m. l a.ni. p.m. I p.m. 5««-o ? 9 85 4* fe^D Wellington ... 12 0 5 55 'C 40 grange ? ? 45 4 35 11 fe 9 85 9 25 Spring Hill .88 * 12 25 9 48 'Spring Grove... S 20 * * 9 68 Blayney ? 8 43 5 65 1 £5 40*20 Back Creek ... 8 43 6 3? 11 43 0 6 2 0 a.m. B&thurst ? 10 9 8 0 6 0 12 45 11 45 p.m. a.m. a,tn Sydney (arrive^ 6 2 7 60 5 55 ? 6 45 ? The train stops here, tiut the time of arrival and departure is Dot fixed.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT. TO THE rolTOB. Sin,— Sseins by a late advertisement in the Chkonicle that you. ara about to stavt a local paper, I consider every man in the dis trict, no matter what his abilities might be, ought to give a helping hand. In the first )iaCc OUl lOaao, Vl lliuuuuim wnua wo »iw i/au it, in not fit to travel on. Therefore the storekeeper finds it very difficult to fetch his goods, and charges a very high tariff, 25 per cent above Cowra prices. Next our want of postal communication prevents ninny a man reporting to Ms friends. They can't bear to have their letters thrown on the bur of a bush pub. to be sorted by every chance person. The reefs in this locality are looking remai'kable well ;; iu fact every claim that has crushed np to date — nine or tea — has given great returns. Now that we have fresh blood in the field with plenty of money and- pluck. The Abercrombie ranges are going to be an attractive Eldorado. Me and and goui many of niy ncquaintunces -conRide...

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LONDON, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

L'JWDON, September 29. A sfcverc encountor took place between the French and insurgent tribes at TuniB. After hard fighting tho latter, numbering 5000 men, weie repulsed with great loss. . A terrible fire has occurred at Moscow completely destroying tho Great Bazaar ; damage two million iuuyico, Great riots havo occurred at Mullingar : 60 men arrested. Father Shechy received an enthusiastic reception on the occasion of his release from prison. The IriBh Bishops held ft meeting in Dublin to considv-T the Laud Act, and resolved that the authors of the Act were entitle.) to the gratilu.ln of the tenants aud m-oic exhorted to utilize the advau tngee obtained. The Bisliops appealed to the peujili! to maintain order and warned them against secret agencies aud intimidations.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

-Dpcn (Eolumn. ? -3 1 \Ve wieli it to bo dUtiuctly understood that we in not necessarily cn.lorBe tho opinions expressed by our correspondents.]

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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EPITOME OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

EPITOME OF NEWS One of the Rothschilds owns L100,000 fur e\ery pound he weighs. The GiiMt Kistcin steamship is to bfi ofTeiflii (or h.iIp in October. Oiio aero in five in KiHuinI is held by 400 1 tifl'S. Iu EngUn.l UiiM-e fire 37,614 persons licensed to sull lieer. London has twelve mail tfeliveiies a-day Thereai-c 17,000 mili-s of ruilwuy open for traffic iu Gifijit Britain. . (Sir Walter Scott's castle has been rented by Baron Albeit Grunt. There are towns in lliusia where letters aie delivered only once a mouth. The Nhw York street cars csvfy annually about one hundred million passengers. The executive committee of the Nihilists have informed the Czar that his doom is certnin. An Ohio dontor cured himself of small-pox by eating lemons, und declires that it is h specific for tlie disease. Cuptain Mayue Keid interests himself ni slieeji-raising on his smuil estiite iu lierifurJ shire, England. Tlie Governor-Goner,)! of India receives the very modest salary of L2£\O90 per year, and ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, September 27th. (Before N. Connolly, Esq., J.P.) SHOOTING IN A PUBLIC STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 October 1881

/ CARUOAU POLICE COUKT. jT^ Tuesday, September 27th. (Before N. Connolly, Esq., J.P.) 6UO0TIKO IN A FU&LIC STREET. -George Hoskins wus Clmrgod by Constable McKenna with diseiut-ging firearms, to wit a pistol, in BelubuVa-xtreet without a lawful excuse, contrary to law. Mr North appeared for the defence. Constable McKonna statnd (hat on 14ih oeptemnpr ne neara we report oi u pisioi, but did not see anyone tiring, lie laid the complaint on information received, and won'18 cull witnossts. 'friu. Tanner, jun., storekeeper, deposed that one day in the month of September he saw Mr Hopkins discharge a sivmll piRtol either over his fence into the yard, or over the corner of the gate. Witness hud asked defendant to bring his pistol and fife at a cat which was destroying bis pigeons. 3'o Mr North: Tlie fence is two feet off the footpath, and consequently defendant was standing °' '')' property. Mr North p.iinti'd out that the footpaths were 12ft wide, ami argued that if defendant stoo...

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