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

INTBESUPUEME C0U11T OF KEW SODTfl WALES. Sheriff's Office, Sydney, 10th Octobor, 1881. Mason and Others v. MaktIn*, Bobbbt. By virtue of the Act flth Victoria No. 9. ON MONDAY, the fourteenth day of November, IHsl, unless thu writ of fieri facias herein be piv.vi:-iinly satisfleil, tlio Sheriff will cause to bu solil by public auction, at thu Auction Rooms o£ Me&eva ? Slubbs and Co., 322, George Street, Sydney. All the right, title, and interest (if any) of Robert Martin, tho defendant herein, of in, and to all tbat the equity of redemption and all other theri^'ht, title, and interest (if any) both at law and in equity of him tbe said Robert Mar tin, uf, in, ami to the several parcels of land hercinafier described viz. ; — 40 Berts Iniid, comprised in land grant dated 22nd February, 1878, Reg. vol. 535, fol. 11, Eitunte parish Unnlenncy county Pathurst, near Alitburn Creek, and upon which is tue llilburn Creek Copper Mine. 20 acres leasehold, adjoiuing measured portion of 40...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 October 1881

HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE. TO THE KD1T0B. Sin, — The above is the heading of a paragraph iu Uie ' filuyney Advooitle ' of tlie 8th inst, signed by ?' One Who Kens.' Bui it would liuve Ivihmi more ujipiupiiiitu Iv.iri lie .signed ' Oue Who Knows Nothing,' fm- I am euro lit; b.uuwa uuiuiii^; ariuui wiihl jit^ iitis wntU'ir, ur else lie is an envious detractor. I never wrote to Mr Lynch ahout I Ik; road lo Milliurn Creek, and the Superintendent Can hear me ou: in tins, for lie liad my letter, besides tills I showed it to several nusiness people on ilie Reefs tiefortt I sent it U- Mr liyncl). The road I wrote about was the road, from tlie Green Gully to tire Keefs. But I suppose the scribe is so iinieli in ten s'ed iu No. 1 that he could nut bear to see any money exiiended elsewlieie, altliou^li it was to benefit tlie whole of the inhabitants of the Heels, or lieihaps it hurt Iiis tendei feelings iiecaiist 1 wrote to our worthy ineinijei' with out consulting liiui who kens, at any line...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 October 1881

Five Centuries of Success. — Towards tbe close of the 15th ccntuiy, the Swiss discovered among their mountains an nromatic and tonic lierh, which, on being incorporated. with a pure stimuUting element, jiroved tn l»e a most potent Bji|)etisor, tonic, And ansimilant. This compound was thence forward known »s tlio Dew of the Alps, and cslehvity for nearly five hundred years Of nil the liqueurs we have ever tasted it is the roost refreshing and agreeable, and of all tonics, restoritives, and aesimuliiting prepara tions it is sttid on good medical authority to be the best. For its introduction into this marker we are indebted to Messrs. M. Aloss and Co., sole agents for Australia. It is immensely popular in the mining districts, and indeed everywhere as a healthful restorative and delicious cii-diiil. Thbo\t Affections ak» Hoa.usesess. — Al- RiilTeiine from irritation of the throat and hoarse ness will be acrce&blv surprised at the almost iiu mfidiate relief aSordcd by tbe use o...

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EPITOME OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 October 1881

EPITOME OF NEWS . ? ^ ? It is juoposed to eiect additional liglit house on tL'e Eed Sea coasts. A railway collision occutred at Bow, near Stratford, England, ami three persons were killed, nud several otbti-s were seriously injured. me gracetui testimonial prescutcu uy me |iaiishiuiieis of a palish near Mofi'at, Scot laud, to tlieir inistoi- »s a rnaik of ies]-ect wlieu he lesigued was a plot in the parish chuteliyard. A daughter of a wraltliy ]-Iiysiciun living at Murfreexliboi-o, Teun., lost a diamond ling about tlir^e yeai-s ago worth L300. It was recently discovered by a ulackEmith of that place iu a lioise's hoof'. A young man in Audubun county, Mis souri, receutly attended liim^eif in a breach of promise suit on the ground that a contract entered into on Sunday uiglit was not bind ing. He won his case. The u.nib of Salan ed-din (Rahidin), the celebrated antagonist of Richard I., has been ? ecently found ut Jleupo, in the ruined mosque erected over his giave. By desire of the l...

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

TO STAND THIS SEASON c o w re, a., c THE THOKOITOIIUHSn HOUSE M GLADSTONE, g GLADSTONE Is* blight bay horse with black points, is by Tarragon, dam Sunbeam, own Bister to Tim Whiffler. Terms, £4 4s. Each Hare. A Good,' Secure, well-watered Paddock. Every ca care taken but no responsibility incurred, AH mares to be paid- for and removed on or fr before^lstlJanuary, 1882. JAMES FITZPATRICK . bt ? Blayney. TO TKAVEL THIS SEASON. The splendid Draught Horse „ BROW\_PRI1V€E. BROWN PRINCE is by Brown 'Prince, j by True Briton, imported, .dam by J Sampson, imported ; gr. dam . by Ploughboy imported. TERMS. Single'Mare ? JE1 15s Three or more ... £1 10a , The Season will beeia ou the 20th Septem- J ber, and end on the 31st December. All Mares to be paid for at that date, unless other arrangements are made. a Brown Prince will travel at the under- g mentioned ptaceB :— Curcoar,* Teapot Swamp, e Two mile- Creek, Mandurama and the sur rounding district. The uplendid paddocks of M. W. Paseoe at *...

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

Notice. ALL ACCOUNTS, of more than 12 months' standing due to the CabcoAB Chkonicle will be placed in the hands of my Soliciior for collection. MAltV 310YLE. Caicoar, October 15th, 1861. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney Cauital, paid uu - - - ,£600,000. Reserve Fuu-l - - - £590,000. MOUNT McDDNALD BRANCH. Deposits received ou Current Accounts. TKTEREST allowed ou Fixed Deposits at X. current lates. Bills Discounted, Advances made upon GOLD, und other unproved securities, aud all ubunl Banking Business Irani-acted, The Bunk issues Drafts und Letters of Credit upon its various Blanches and Agencies throughout New Suutli Wales, Vicuiiia. Queensland, South Australia, Tas mania, and New Zealund. Also upon all the principal Towns in tbe United Ki.igdoiu. C. B. MLNNJUTT, Munuger. 'Wanted T OCAL AGENT wanted for the district of I 1 Murruruudi for that favorite English Office, the Norwich Union Fii-o Insurance {society, eslablibhed 84 years ; iu this colony 16 yuurij. Ajjily by letter, E...

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

InliaTjitaats of Mount McDonald and : ' t3ie District uf Cawoar fHlfsittBT IsSTJi OF THE AKD MILBTJB.N CREEK ADVERTISEa, will bo published on SATURDAY, NEXT ? fllHE object of the Miner is to publish the fullest and tnoBt reliable mining and of her local intelligence, aud to advocate with energy and f earl sen independence ihe material and social necessities of this rich and rising region. Tha. Proprietress tniBte that ot Uie inception of her enterprise she will receive liberal and hearty support, as the first few months iuvolve a heavy outlay and constant solicitude. The necessity for b Local Organ of public opinion was unani mously admitted at a large public meeting held at Mount McDonald last month, and it is hoped that the enthusiasm then exhibited over the venture will not be allowed to flag when the Mikee is iairly in the field. Subscription, 6s. per Quarter in Advance. %\\t €arcoar Chronicle 4 BLAYNEY & COWBA GAZETTE. FOB THE INJURY OF NONE, FOR THB OOOU OF AM SATURDAY...

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

City Mutual Fire Insurance Com pany (limited). Head Office) : Waterloo Chambers, 458 George-street,lSjdney. Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, 1,150,000. DIRECTORS .- Ho». M. Fiwjatbick, M.P., Chairman. John Sek, Esq., M.P. j J. P. Garvan. Esq., M,P. John T. Touhisv, Ebq. | P. Hog an, Esq.,4J.P. Paxjbiok Stanley, Esy., J.P. jpdit of Tbe Profits will be Eeturned to Policy-holders as a Bonus every year. All Damagea by Lightning and Gas paid, whether set on fire thereby or not. Fire Bisks accepted at Lowest Katea. J. A. MOSS, Local Agent AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1849. The Oldest Mutual Life Office in Australia, Head Office : 87, PITT-STBEET, SYDNEY, Directors : The Hon. John Smith, C.M.O., M.L.C., Chairman. John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives, Esq. ] Hobert J. King, Esq. B. A. Joseph, Esq. | G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer : Dr. W. F. McKenrie, L.K.C.P. (Edin.) Actuary : ) Secretary : Morrice A. Black, F.I. A. | Alexander ,T. Balaton. The...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 October 1881

TKLKGJiAPUlC lA'TALUdhXCK. SYDNEY, Friday, 2 p.m.* The Upper Houbc has passed the third reading of the ltiugbarking Bill. In the Aassmhly the Licensing Bill was discussed as faros olnusi 42, when a nirst important principle was'deci'tcd upon, being tire fixing of the annual liceir-inir fceat £30. Sir Henry I'arkea and three other members of the Ministry have acueptud invitations to the Newcastle ItDtlrtllal: Sir George limes has accepted tho Judgeship reui'ureri vacant by tbe resignation of Mr. Jubticii Margraves. It ix rumoured that the portfolio of Minister for Justice will bo offered to Mr. Salomons, who will be nominated to tbe Council in phcrc. of Sir George frine«. Thu bulk of medical testimony is in favour of vaccination a* a protection agonist small-pox ; but diversity of opinion exists touching re-vaccination owing to the su«picinu 'Jiat doailly ilisuaseB can be communicated by the virus. At the dulfidd races Wlicatoir won the Guineas.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 October 1881

Although few persons will be found to coincide with Mr. H. C. Dangaii's authorita tive declaration, that a further admixture of ?Chinese with the European population would .; .benefit the latter, either morally or physically, -3at£n t!le D10st lanting cl:IBS of I'-liticians '*' ?'!3Hjtau unpleasant cousciousness that there is J^HBbfeality aliout their alarmist cries, and ?,J25ou'b Wales, in common with oilier Aus vtt.alian colonies', meditates for clicking what '^sJjfikPWOBTH Dixon terms the ' yellow agony ' lire grossly retrogressive as respects modern , civilization, and an impudent repudiation of a solemn international treaty. It may be re marked, inter alia, that Mr. Dakoah met ?with a not altogether undeserved repartee, vulgHf us it decidedly was, when another honourable member interjected that the in fusion of Mongolian blood ' did not at least seem to have improved the breed in his instance.' Mr. Dang Arc had no business to suggest eo obviously ineulling and derogatory a hint...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

Five Centuries of Success.— Towards the close of the 15td ce-.ituiy, the Swiss discovei-ed among their mountains an avotn-aUc 8nd tonic herb, which, on being incot'iioraled with a pure stimulating element, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonic, and assiuiilant This compound was thence fovwavd U»o\vj\ as the Dew of the Alps, and under that name lias enjoyeu a wcii-ucsa vcu selebrity for nearly five liundied yeai-s Of all tlie liqnpiirs we have ever tasted it is tlie most ie.ri-esliing and agreeable, and of all tonics, jBstoiitivoa, and assimiilating prepara tions it is said on good medical antliovity to be thfi best. For its introduction inlo UiiR mavUet we aie indebted to Messrs. M. AIoss and Co., sole agents for Australia. It is immensely popular in the mining distiicis, and indeed fiveiywWe as a i-f-a!U(fu! restorative and delicious cii'dial. Ffconir.iXE !— Fob the Tbetit akp Bbeatu.— A few drops of tbe liquid 'Flo)riliiio'sprinUudon a wet todth-bi usb produces a pleasant la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

S brayed. 'j^OTICEto rOUNDKEEPERSahd OTHERS J-1 Strayed from Stoke Paddock about three weeks since, a Chestnut Mare, branded (M) (in circle) on near shoulder, wound on otf shoulder. ONE POUND will bo paid on do livery to Jt BOYLE, ' CJironiclo ' Office, Carcoar. rj^AKE ADVANTAGE OF THE INDUCE -*- MENTS OFFERED AND MAKE YOUR PURCHASES^ AT THE 110 YAL FUHN1SU Houses furnished for £15 Houses furnished for £25 Houses furnished for £35 Houses furnished for £50 Houses furnished for £70 Houses furnished for £100 Houses furnished for £200 Houses furnished for £300 FULL PARTICULARS are contained in our Catalogues, which are sent post free every where, upon a2-plication. CAMPBELL BROS., late W. B. CAMPBELL, ROYAL FURNISHING ARCADE, 426 Gcorgo-st., Sydney, next to the Royal Hotel. N.B. — SOLE AGENTS for CRUMP'S MAGIC FRENCH POLISH REVIVER FUR NITURE RENOVATOR and PRESERVER.— Being desirous of affording the inhabitants of Carcoar immediate facilities for obtaining this valuable Household Requis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

WANTED, ' - '? ? ' ^ A FIRSTrCLASS COOK, must »e Sober anti -™- Clean. Good wages. Ai-ply Bachelor's Hall, Caro FOX BROTHERS, fc*. ' Mount McDonald. October 27, 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

jj[ ^HBBBB^B^BBfa^ chin TO STAND THIS SEASON ^ AT his ] OOWRA, Ti£ THB THOROUGHBRED HORSE GLADSTONE. 5 GLADSTONE is a blight bay horse with black Kpoints, js by Tarragon, {dam Sunbeam, own N sister to.Titt£Wbiffler. Doo Terms, *4 4s. Eacli Mare. S'^ A Good, Secure, well-watered Paddock. Every San care taken but no responsibility incurred, cwv All mares toj be paid ior4kand removed on or an(j before.ist J-^ffi FITZPATRICK — Blayney. ? SY TO STAND THI3 SEASON MOUNT MACQUARIE, THE TH.0BOUGHREED H0E5F, JJ SELF BELIABTOB. S^UKSo^^^^ dam by Surplus. T£ERSMS : JI Single Mares ? £2 10 Two or more same owner. ? ^ ^ Good secure paddocks, well-watered. Every ewe taken, bat no responsibility incurred are All mares missing this eeapon will be taken nezt £-ea fr6AU mares to befipaidjfor and removed on or before 1st Jannary, 1S82. ^ q ^^ ^ ? toe TO STAND THIS SEASON GUM FLAT, £ ABERCROMBIE RIVER, THE THOROUGHBRED HOHSE UKAINUiS, .,' ? ' ba TTRAKUS is a. chestmitjhorse,i6 years old, Bire as, tJ Trn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

HOP BITTERi . ' ARE TUB PUREST, AND BEST, MEDICISE EVX MADE. Tkey we compiled from Hops, Bucliu, Mandrake (PodopIiylliD), ai . Dandelion. Tlie Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Valu able Medicines in tbc World, and in addition contain all the best and most- effective curative properties of all other bilterSj being the yeatnst Liver Regulator, Blood Purifier, and life and Health Hestoring Agent on Earth. Ask Your Druggist 01 Physician. Sopot suffer or let your friends suffer, but use and urge them to uae Hop Bitters. . llemcmber, Hop Botebh is no vile, drugged, drunken nostrum ; but the Puresjt anil Best Medicine ever made, and no person or family Bbould be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you are suffering from poor health, ot languishing on a bed of sickness, take cheer, for HOP BITl'KUS WILL CURE YOU, Tf you are a Minister, and have overworked ycuraelf with your pastoral duties ; or a Mother worn out with care and work, ? HOP BITTERS WILL RESTORE YOU. If youare a man of business, or...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, October 25. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M., and W. B. Warner, Esq., J.P.) [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

/ CARCOAK POLICE COUET. / Tuesday, October 25. ? (Belore E. J. C. North, E-q., P.M., and W. B. Wuruer, Esq., J.P.) TTVi-l?r5rc*ri?r-i7rk rtnrja Police v. Biddulph. For keeping an un registered dog. No appearance of defendant. Fined 20s. costs of court 4s lOd ; in default levy and distress. Same v. J. A. Qninn. Same offence ; de fendant admitted that the dOj» hid been on the premises, but pleaded that it did not be long to him. The bench said that the owner or occupier of the premises was liable Fined iu the minitminj penalty of 10s, and ordered to immediately register the dog. In default of payment of fine aud costs of court distress. Same v. Clark, Same offance ; defendant pleaded that the dog was not his, aud that the premises were not his. Constable McKenna said that the defendant had re gistered the dog in former years, and that he was the occupier of tlie premises. The bench regretted that there \ias no greater discretion allowed them in the amount of the fine, the lowest ]-ena...

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LONDON, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

LONDON, October $1. Tlie Ladies League in Ireland is pro-: posing to construct houses for evicted tenants, they advise tenants to avoid coming into :«3.-, lision with the authorities. , -A*~. Roman Catholic Bishops in Cork and Boss liave addi-esscd their comrrccrations in -condem- nation of the Irish agitatiou, a large number of: tenants submitting tlioir cases to arbitratjon by commission. - % ? Ayoub KJian is in safe custody in Persia. ^ F* The Transvaal jjarliaineiit ignores its authority to raise revenue by tax upon imports. Gladstone is on a visit to Earl Derby.

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IMPORTANT RAILWAY MEETING AT LYNDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

IMPORTANT KAII.'VAY; MEETING AT LYNDKURST. A public meeting was held at Lyndhurst on Saturday last, relative to a deviation iu the line of the proponed railway. Tlie meet ing was well attended. Mr A. Lynch, M.L.A, was present. Mr J. L. ' Cobb, J.P., was voted to the chair. \ Proposed by Rev. J. A. Burke, fyid seconded by Mr Emms, ' That a slight devia 1 1*111 Itvtm nf t» tirim*'! ntid lit -? trmi t It aiicroi-l w direction should be made so as tn bring the railway into the town of Lyndhurst. Proposed by Mr London, aud seconded by Mr D. Donaldson ' That the town of Lynd hurst being tbe centre of a pastoral, agricul tural', and mineral district, is the proper und best site for the principal railway station between BI*»yney !-j-J Cow™.' p Piojwsedjjy Mr lUrkjiatiiok aud seconded by Mr G. Htaoin/ers, ' That Lyndhurst being a Government township and tbe land chiefly unalienated /'hen sold will be a source of f-,reat revenue tothe country.' Proposed Vy Mr M'Closky, and seconded by Air. J....

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

n'LEGii.ii'iiic ]xtelug:-.X'. /?:. ? * ? SYDNEY. ? - '-'fnduv. 2 imii. The business in ihe Aosomoly last night iras of no great public in torest. The House, at its vising, atljiiac»ed till ««xt TliHvsiday. A Sulect Committee on the Bill to regulate tho wiJth of streets have suggested that their width bo left at 99 feet nnd lanes 20 feet ; on sub division or private lanus, streets oo leec, lanes 20 feet. ; no dwelling U.wsis to be built on frontages to lanes. All efforts to find tbe missing steamer Usi clutha have been fruitless. Do doubt ia now entertained of her loss with all bauds. P«ttr Marshall, of Pyriuoiit, died yesterday from smallpox. A hail storm at Cooyal yesterday killed 300 sheep.

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BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881

V/ BLAYNEY. (feom a correspondent.) ? The rain during the past week has done incalculable good to the farmers, who are now confident of a thriving harvest. The grass is beginning to look splendid, and the cuttle iu tho district are wearing quite a sleek ap pearance.. The graziers are correspondingly .niiaortful tit- til a lii*s\oiias-t: aPh linn Id li it *.. .i»-lr.-3f Tho new Post Office building is now pro gressing with rapidity, and people who had made heavy bets against the conlruction being completed before the Millenium are feeling a natural gloom. The contractor anticipates having the building ready by Christmas. Already whispers aro curront of a grand opening ceremony, to which the political lights and notables of the colony are tu be invited. The Bluyney Purple Star Lo^e purpose celebrating the 9th_Novemlier by a grand service mid concert. AH the leading looal talent hns been engaged. Marsden's copper mine, recently lensed by Messrs. Sampson and Perkins, is now turnrig out ...

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