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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY. HARRISON, JOKES, AND DEVLIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

COMMERCIAL. ♦ ? SYDNEY. HARM60N, JOKES. AND DEVLIN'S EEPOBT. Hides. — The market ruled much firmer this week. We sold briskly, but light and medium were fully id. to §d. pei pound lower ivith little demand. Extra heavy, 4d. to 4jd ; heavy, 3JH. to 4d. : medium, 3gd. to 3£d. ; light, 3R to 3Jd ? station, 4d. to 63. We catalogued 1890. Taiaow. — The late advance in England has sausitd prices to advance. The market is firm. Best mutton, £32 10s. to £33 10s, ; beef, £31 to £32 ; mixed and station, .£28 to £30. We sold 144 ensks. Sydney, 30th September, 1881.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Monday, October 3. (Before Messrs G. Hawke and W. Glasson, JsP.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

BLAYNEt POLICE COURT. Monday, October 3. (Before Messrs G. Hawke and W. GIbbsod, JsP.) Tbos. tfussa^e v. Geo. Hinds. Balance o' account, £1 Ids. Verdict for amount. John Kelly v. M. F. Molloy. Work and labour £9 17s Id; Mr Dodd appeared for plaintiff, Mr North for defendant. Verdict lor £2 ia lid and costs. Hawke and Plumb v. C. Dempsey. £1 Is 8d goods sold. Verdict for amount (Mr Hawks in this case of course did not adjudi cate.) A. Kirkpatrick v. J. Moley LI 9s 3d goods sold. Settled. Henry Bembert v. John Brown, LI 11h lid goods sold. Verdict foi amount and costs. C. Sherlock v. J. Bricklin L2 10s. Ad journed to next Court day. Mr Dodd for plaintiff, Mr North for defendant. Same v. J. Voncklin, assault. Mr Dodd for plaintiff and Mr North for defendant. After evidence on both sides bad been heard the bench fined the defendant LI and costs 5s lOd. Auctioneer's district license was granted to Mr John Harrison of King's Plains for tlie remainder of the year.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 2 p.m. The Legislative Council last night, re the Chinese Influx Bill, restored tbe tonnage proportion to be carried by each ship to one to every 100 tons, as fixed by tbe Assembly, and also reinstated the £10 poll tax clause. In the Assembly the Licensing Bill iiraa farther considered. The colonial wine licenses clause was expunged, on division, bv 39 to 25. The flovprn meut gave up the grocers' bottle license. An amendment extending licenses to railway refresh, ment looms wan negatived. The opening of hotels was fixed for 7 a.m. and closing at 11 p.m. A site for the new powder magazine has been fixed at Newington. Tixit'e Strathearn is scratched for the Melbourne Cup. The reported cases of small-pox at Pyrmont have been confirmed as such. Fat cattle market firm : best lots yielding £10 10s., average 15s. to 25s. per 100 lbs. Sheep market dormant.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Tuesday. OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ? o ? Tuesday, October 4. Present : — Aldermen Warner (in the chair) Clark, Callen, and Downey. The minutes of last meeting were con firmed. Accounts amounting to L13 19s. 4d. were passed for payment. A letter was read from D. Flynn soliciting extension of time fnr rlrawino irraval Alderman Downey moved, Alderman Clark seuouded, that Flynn be allowed three weeks from lat inst, to complete his contract. Alderman Downey inquired how much money had been expended npnn Belubiila and leely Streets. The town clerk answered the question. Alderman Downey moved, and Aldeiraan Callen secouded, tliat footpaths be formed on Naylor-street from Kenworthy's hotel to the Hospital bridge on the east side, and from Stoke Hotel to the Chinaman's garden on the west, cost not to exceed L75. After discussion Alderman Downey moved that the footpath be formed on the east side of Naylor-sU-eet at a cost not exceeding £40. Carried. Alderman Callen moved, Alderman Dow ney seconded, that the ...

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LONDON. October. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

LONDON. October. 6. * An earthquake has occurred in Southern Turkey, extending from Adriannple to GanipoVi. The cricket team now on the way to Australia has. played a match at Philadelphia, winning an easy victory. The French troops have been ordered to occupy Tunis. ?

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Cabcoab Police Court.— The only case at tbis court on Tuesday wag that of J. N. Corry v. Uonley, £1 6s., goods sold, in which & verdict was recorded for amount claimed with costs. Mr. North, P.M , presided. Tub Long Distance Hide.— We understand that Mr, West's challenge ride bas been duly ac cepted, and that the event has been postponed till Tuesday week. Fashions.— The display of spring goods and millinery at Blayney ia something very creditable, showing that the establishments there are deter mined not to ley behind Svduey, or reconcile them selves to the antique simply because of the remote ness ct tlie distance. Messrs. Hawfce and Plumb's Bhow-ronm would please the most fastidious visitor, while the establiahmeute of Messrs. Molloy and Co. and Sampson and Perkins equally challenge the admiration of the ladies and economic shuddering of 'household fathers.' The Cabcoah Baud. — The regular perseverance of the Carcoar band at practice is a subject o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

ag— — - ? * —. — —— ?' -- *ja/k ^FmW. ^S&ifcH jxif^il TO STAND THIS SEASON CO W^R A., THE THOfeOtroHBRSn HORSE GLADSTONE f\ tADSTONE is a blight bay hone with block \JT points, is by Tarragon, dam. Sunbeam, own rtster to Tim Whiffler. Tems,g£4 4s. Each Mare. A fcoo^Swure^weU-watercdiPBidocfc. Every e*e taken but no respWaibility incurred, ? All mare* to be paid for and temuved on or before 1st January, 1882. james*fitzpatrick: . ? . ? . ? : ^u' Blayney. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON. The'splendid'Draught Horse BROWW_PRWCE. BROWN PRINCE jis.by Brown 'Prince, gby TrueJ Briton, imported, .dam by Sampson, imported ; gr. dam by PJoughboy imported. ^_^ ? TERMS. ? .....Single Mare'!.. ...' ' £l \5B ~^ Three or more ... £1 10s % The Season will begin on the 20tlTSeptem ber, and end on the 31st December. All Mares, to be paid for at that^date, unless other, arrangements are made. ViBaows Prince trill-travel at the under mentioned places : — C*rcoar,f Teapot Swamp, Two-mile Creek, Mandurama a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

Five Centories op Success. — Towards the close of the 15th century, the Swiss discovered among their mountains an nromatic and tonic herb, which, on being incorporated with a pure stimulating element, proved to be a raoRt potent appetiser, tonic, and assimtlant. This compound was thence luipaiu Aiiunu va bile i/cw i#i lijc ^ii|,o, hiiu under that name has enjoyed a well-deserved celebrity For nearly five hundred years. Of all tlie liqueurs we have ever tainted it is the most refreshing and agreeable, and of all tonics, vestoritives, and aBsinrutating prepara tions it is said on good medical authority to be tlie best. For its introduction into this mavket 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 ordial. THBOAT AFTECnoKS AND HOABSENESS, — Al- BuOTerinp from irritation of the throat and . hoarse ness will be afrreeablv gurprieed at the almost im ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

Carcoar Hospital A MEETING of the Committee of this Institution will Im held on Wednesday next at 3 p.m., in the Court House. W. B. WARNEB, Hon See. Subscriptions towards the Cawear Hospital fl^HE Treasurer of the Carooar Hospital X acknowledges the receipt of tbe following Subscriptioiis collected by Mr. J. O, Dodd : — Mr. M. B. Oillkrest ? £2 0 0 J. McKcllar ? ? 10 0 D. McDonald ? 110 J. Grant ... — ? 0 10 0 J. Dillon ? 0 2 6 E. Bennett ? 2 S 0 From a stranger, per Mr. Bennett ... 1 l 0 Mr. J. McDonald _ ? 1 i 0 Hy. Oliver ? ? ... J | o ? W. B. WABNER, ffon. Treas. Notice. ALL CATTLE found Tbesfassing in my Paddock adjoining my residence (Stoke Cottage) AFTER TUI8 DATE will be IMPOUNDED without respect to persons. WM. A. MASON, Oarcoar. Ootober 7tb, 1881. , ' THE GENUINE AMERICAN HOP BITTERS MANUFACTURED BT THE HOP BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF ROCHESTER, N.Y., U.S.A., ARE A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK. The above Company are well-known auj being the originators of the HOP BITTERS PRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

For fc^le by Public Auction, :o: i...- THE MOST Valuable Business Sites ! TO BE SOLD IN THE BEAUTIFUL TOWN OF CARCOAM. — ? :o: ? w* These Sites will command all traffic from Cowra, Canowindra, Milburn Greek, &c. :o: oisr WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, A.T 2 P.M., ON THE GROUND ADJOI1TI2TG- ME. KENWOETHY'S MILL. ? :o: ? tiflLi IQilSPiBTABLI. ? . — ? to; ? Terms : — J cash at close of sale ; balance in bills with 5 per cent, interest added at 3, 0, 9, 12, 15, and 18 months respectively from day of sale ; 2J per cent will be allowed to cash purchasers. — — . ? ;o: ? Bemember, the Railway is Coming! PALMER BROS. HAVE received instructions from JOHN CORRY, Esq., to sell as above his lots, being 1, 2, and 3 of section 2, liberally subdivided. ? :o: ? Fosters wiH shortly appear giving plans. I To those Searching for Bargains 1 F-OE BALE ON Saturday, October 8th AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. AMERICAN ORGANS, SEWING MA CHINES, SOFAS, TABLES TIN WARE, CROCKERY, BRIDLES, GLASSWARE, WHIPS, LUSTRES, VASES,...

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Tuesday, October 4. (Before G. Hawke, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

Tuesday, October 4. (Before G. Hawke, Esq., J.P.) Thomas Bedshaw was fined 5s. for using obscene language in a public place within hearing of the public.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TEArNS. Leave. Pass. Goods Mixed Goods Mail H. M. H. 11. H. M. If. M. a.m. a.tn. a.ro. a.m. p.m. Sydney ? 9 0 § 0 Bathnrat ? 5 40 € 30 11 0 9 0 3 30 Back Creek ... 6 40 7 60 * 10 40 1 26 Blayney ? 7 6 8 60 ? 6 11 20 4 52 Spring Grove .. 7 26 9 15 ? 5 12 SpringHill .. 1 36 9 30 1 45 12 20 6 22 Orange (arrive) 8 0 10 B 2 15 12 60 5 45 Wellington ... 6 25 8 10 Dnbbo .(arrive) ? 8 15 ? 9 15 ? PP TRAISB. ? a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. ) p.m. Dubbo ? g 55 2 45 5 20 Wellington ... 12 0 5 SS C 40 p.m. Orange ? 7 45 4 35 11 60 9 35 9 25 SpringHill ..8 8 * 12 25 9 48 Spring Grove... 8 20 * ? 9 68 Blayncy ? 8 43 5 fi5 125 10 20 Back Creek ... 8 43 C 37 1143 9 0 2 0 a.m. Bathurst ? 10 9 8 0 6 6 12 45 11 45 p.m. a.m. a.m Sydney (arrive} 6 2 7 50 5 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. %\xt Carcoar Chronicle & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. VOK THE INJ0RV OF ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

The Governmental? to be congratulated upon the florid condition of the colonial exchequer. The circumstance may perhaps be attribut able to any cause other than economic man agement, but generally it signifies popularity and long life, British communities 'are credited with the faculty of grumbling to a superlative degree when they feel the pinch of taxation, and it is more than probable that had expediency or necessity tempted Sir Henet Parses to impose a few fresh burdens upon the country, the fate of his Administration would have been sealed. The revenue returns for'the past quarter have put everyone ia a pleasant humour, save perhaps the insignificant alloy of protec tionist in the body politic, and the Ministry are invigorated by the consciousness of a fresh access of popular tolerance. Although the September quaiter is generally the poorest, ite receipts exceed those of previous years by almost half a- million, and are more by £226,060 than the largest revenue for any quarter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

THE UNITED INSTANCE COMPAQ (FlRB AND MaEINK.) ESTABLISHED AD. 1862. Incorporated by Aot of Parliament of New Sout Wales. Capital ? .£500,000 wrrn this UNLIMITED LIABILITY or a 1-AKGE COLONIAL PROPBTETAK1 HEAP OFFICE : 276, George Street, Sydney. BOARD OF DIRECTORS* Edwabd Flood, Esq., Circular Quay, Chatnnai Richard Hill, Esq., Bent Street. James Ewak, Esq., (Messrs. John Urazer&Co. J. B. Runiilb, Esq., Barrack Street. Dickinson, Esq., (Messrs. Learmontk, Dickii son & Co.) W. Ixvr, Esq.., (Messrs. I). Cohen & Co.) MANAGER t FRANCIS T. WATK1NS. Fire Insurance at Lowest Rates. Prompt Settlement of Claims. Agent for Blayney : A. O. QUAIFE, ffisy. Agent fjr Carcoar and Mount Maoquane : M. W PASCOB, Esq. Agent for Carcoar: Mb. W. K. NESB1TT. City Mutual Fire Insurance Com pany (Limited). Head Office:) : Waterloo Chambers, 458;George-street,tSydney. Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTORS : Hok. M. Fitzpatkick, M.P., Chairman. John Sek, Esq., H.P. I J. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

, ?*?*? '-?'}: '' Tip ti© ? B8ess Sofcrtituts of Mount MoDon&ll and tlie Dietrlct of Oaxopas TBS FIH8T I6B17 J OP THB AND MILBURN CREEK ADVERTISER, will be published on SATttLDAY, OCTOBER 22ad, rpHE object of the Mineb is to publish the fullest and most reliable mining and other looa) Intelligence, and to advocate with energy and fearlsss independence the material and social necessities of this rich and rising region. The Proprietress trusts that at the inception of her enterprise she will receive liberal and heavy support, as the first few months involve a hearty outlay and constant solicitude. The necessity for a Local Organ of pubiio opinion was unani mously admitted at a large public meeting held at Mount McDonald last month, and it ia hoped that the enthusiasm then exhibited over the Venture trill not be allowed to flag when the Mined, is {airly in the field. Subscription, 6a. per Quarter in Advance.

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Mount McDonald. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

X tfowt McDonald. / ? ? ? 'Rome was not built in a day ' euys the proverb, but here is a town of nearly 'seven lulls' built in under three mouths. What would our slow-working ancestors sty could they see tbe mushroom-like manner towns — aye — and substantial ones, spring up here under the lustv arms of the sons of Anstraliu. Surely never was a national motto so carried out to the letter as is ' Advance Australia.' When oue sees the population of a mining town one enn rest assured that Australia will and must advance, so long as the men are the same huge bronzed and bearded fellows, hardworking, yet always good natut-ed, pur' haps down on their luok, yet never refusing to 'help a luine dog o'er a etile' und what can equal the profuse geneiosity of a ' lucky digger.' Yec lucky or uulucky a dig gei'e life in a happy one, lie always hopes to strike a reef while this hope, like that ot a gambler, lends a healthful excitement to a Jieulthlul exercise. Here at Mount McDonald we have on all...

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EPITOME OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 October 1881

EPITOME OF NEWS - ? More than 5,500,000 barreln of English beer are annually consumed in London alone. Kvery division taken in the English Hnuso of Commons involves an expenditure of L5. England takes 7,000,000 gallons of wine from FranoB, and 5,250,000 gallons from Spain. There are over 6000 registered homaeipathi': Thirty-five thousand men constitute the present military force in Ireland. TIirw are 10,000 millers in the United Kingdom. The Jews in Pa list number upwards of 32,000. The national debt of England amounts to L768,719,000. The coal mines of the world employ about 1,100,000. New York car drivers are required to work 17 hours tt-dtfy. Tiie first ooucort in London of the blind students ft'otu, Milan was an entire sucohss. There are, it is suid, about 1,250,000,000 people who never heard the name of Christ. It has been estimated that every shell fired by an army during siege operations costs, with the powder with which the mortar is charged, the stun of LI 16s. In snowy wea...

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LONDON October 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 October 1881

LONDON, October 12. A meeting has bnen held at Forfar, Scotland, to relieve the agriculiuial dislres^ existing (bi're. Five thousand Kituirh troops have been repulsed by Arab insurgents at Husa. At Xiiwiuoi-knt luces tbo Middlepark Plate was won by Lo.il KusiiberryV Kcriueh-e. iue warquia oi oansr-ui.v aim oir otaauiu i^ortn cote arc uinkiug a polnical lour throiiKh tbo. pro vinces severely condemning tliB activity of the Minii-try, who, they a^-sert, bad been controlled and wcakuuwl by esu-riial presi-ure. It is rcporlcd thai Pat null has been arrested by order of the Govciuuient for teditious speeches.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 October 1881

For Sale by Public Auction. , ? :o: ? ? THE MOST Valuable Business Sites ! TO BE SOLD IN THE f BEAUTIFUL TOWN OF CARCOAR , ? :o: ? '? ? — \* T&ese Sites will command all traffic from Cowra, Canowindra, Milbura Creek, &c. ? :o: ? ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, A_T 2 [P.M., 03J THE eBOUND ADJOINING MR. KENWORTHY'S MILL^ - ? :o: ? *?-**' ? :o: — ? Terms :— \ cash at close of sale ; balance in bills with 5 per cent, interest added at 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, and 18 months respectively from day of sale ; 2 \ per cent, will be allowed to cash purchasers. — ? :o: ? — Remember, the Railway is Coming- ! ? :o; ? PALMER BROS. HAVE teeoived instructions from JOHN CORRT, Esq., to sell as above his lots, being I, 2, and 3 of section 2, liberally subdivided. ? :o: Posters will shortly appear giving plans. An Opportunity for Remunerative Investment seldom offered. ? o For Sale by Public Auction. ? o ? ON THE GROUND. ? o ? ON Wednesday, November 38tb, AT 10 O'CLOCK. ? o ? A NUMBER EXCEEDING 80 Sp...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 October 1881

Open tiLohiinu. ? o ? [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily endorse the ouiuious exprtvtied by our correspoudcute.]

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