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SCINTL[?]ONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881
' BCIM^^^R^M The French purp^^^^^^P colony in the Pocific.% ^^p|- The love of justice Jn^^^^^?J^g but the. fear t)f suflei ™g»§||^^P4^S It is suspected that aboll6^^^^|^|P 1 1 nnn toe wot: n ir- i ci-.nlrn ? Crnrkimara-vnT HrffAiralw are ce.riam about it / *' -P'^S WzM Old men delight in uf*erpg#^^ cej)ts — ^to console themselves for *fe ^m|k longer in a condition to set bad'tsiaii pJgijjrF; Wo sliould choerfully make the best'*t»juB situations, remeinliering that true endeavour! acbioves success and noble-purpose wins euli stantial good. ' ; - :
THE DEATH, BURIAL, AND RESURRECTION OF POOR TOMMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881
THEDEATH, BURIAL, AND RESURRECTION OF POOR TOMMY. In a small western township — which shall be nameless — there lived a laige cat of the ' male sect,' as Josh Billings would say — this feline ogre had taken a great fancy for some valuable pigeons belonging to his owner's next neighbour, and every day used owner began to buck a bit, ind the upshot of the matter was Unit ' Tom's ' master slowed him into a gunny bag and sent him over ti tlie ivate owner of the murdered birds to do with him what seemed best. 'Of course ' Tom's ' deatli warrant was signed at once, and, having procured a six-shooter, the pigeon fancier proceeded to fire, volleys into the gunny-bag inVhich the murderer was tied. After spending some time :md a groat deal of powder in this way, with, very little effect, a bystander volunteered to give Tota hit, 'quietus,' and appa-ired on the same with, an Am«ric:in axe or a laige ' waddy,' I' forget which. He I hen coniniencedT»oun4ijlg, away on the bag, and at. lust piondu...
DRAWING ON THE IMAGINATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881
DRAWING ON THE IMAGINATION. TO THE I'.UITOR. Sir. — The following paragraph apppnra in the ' Bulletin ' of the 22nd inst. : ' Carvcar Mary says she has received from a respected sub scriber one ' lliisticus ' n letter in which he nlindus to tlie Bulletin ' iu uiicoiniiliinciitai-y harms. \Y« ace giievod to hear this as it has long been the dream of our lives to be at peace with all men. We should, however, feel tho displeasure of ' Rusticus ' the mure keenly did we not lficogniao ill that gentium,™ a very frequent contributor to our dust-bin' This paragraph is utterly at variance with IMCT, and could only emanate from une who feels he bus t«k«n a gross liberty with ihii name of the proprietress of the Carcoak Cheomclb, and wishes to shield himself by simply belying I 'Rusticus.' No further comment is necessary. ; Yours &c, '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881
Citw Mutual Fixe 'Insurance coxa- ' Head Officer : Waterloo Chambers, 458;Georgo-6trcet,lSydncy. Capital, L500.OO0. Subscribed, L150.000, PIKKCTORS : Hon. M. Fitzpatmck, M.P., Chairman. ( Tnnw Rfk Kso., M.P. J. P. GARVAN, Esq., M,P. John I Tooh% ^Q. P. Hooah B*,|J.P. Pawuok. Stanley, Esy., J.P. j Part or ttw Profits will l-e Returned to ] Policy-holders as a Bonos every year. All PamageB by Lightning and Gas psid, -whether set on lire thereby or not. Fire Risks accepted at Lowest Bates. J. A; MOSS, Loral Agent AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT j SOCIETY. Established 1649. lie Oldest Mutual Life Office in Australia. ( Head Office ; 87, PIXT-STREET, SYDNEY, j Directors : * The Hon. JohnSroith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. « John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives, Esq. I Robert 3. King, Esq. ' &A. Joseph, E«l. I G. A. Murray, Esq. j Chief Medical Ofjicer : ? j Dr. W. F. JlcKenzie, L.R.C.P. (Edin.) i Aotmary : I Secretary : Morrice A. Black, F.I.A. | Alexander J. Ralston....
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ? ? ? ? ♦ A Elayney Item — Agonistcs tears his amaryn thine locks. Accursed, eays be, be the ruthless hand that indited » recent paragraph touching his amiable weakness. The colour has forsaken his ?damask cheek, and mental anxiety preys like a canker upon his too, too susceptible heart. Lost is bis pride in bis matchless Symposium. New x ? i; ? . ? i ? \ ? ? _ _» ? £ _ i.:. ? f_. iHsmoBB no longer uavc any cnaim iot uis proics rional eve, and he wishes that silk had periehedcre the ball had given a facetious scribe the chance of pouring brine into a hidden wound. Twenty belles made unapproachable, by this insatiable cacoetbes scribendi. What, ho, within thtre ! My boots. 1 hie me to Temora, to hide my diminished head. liYNBHUKST Lamd. — Messrs. Palmer Bros,, Auo ' ? tioneers, of Blayuey, report tbe sale on Saturday Jaot, of About 70 acres of land at the above place on account of John Cony, Esq. for the sum of i300, Air, Samuel JIarsdej), of Blayney, being th...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 October 1881
TtfE state i tif affairs in Leland ttt the present *BOtt)eht, notwithstanding the occasionally re fcssuricg telegrams that nrrivp, more nniirly tasenihles civil war than at any period since the eiege of Lou (Jon Jerry, Tim iiutjnru|m tous agitation net ou foot by the Lind Lonftiie lias borne fiuit' indeed, and now wo daily reaa accounts 01 hrutal murders in the 'wiuntry aud lutnult and pillage in the ciries. Parnelli&tn is only another form of Nihilism. Mr. JPArnell is true to the threat he uttered 'fourteen months since in Philadelphia, that he would be satisfied with nothing slwit of the extinction of British rule in Ireland. It 'Was nut a reform of the landlord and tenunl laws thttfhe dphirnd, l-ut to pose as a very vulgar sort of Koran i.h before the eves of Europe. The Irish Ohurch had already been disestablished liy Mr. Gladstone, who, in doing so, completely stultified his theories of 25 years before. The Liberal party l-epre sented by that astute statesman obtained a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
Five -Centuries or Success. — Towards the close of the 15t1i century, the Swiss discovered among theit mountains an aromatic and tonic herb, which, on being incorporated with a pure stimulating element, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonic, and assimilaut. This compound was thence forward known ps the Dew of the Alps, and under that name has enjoyed a wen-deservea celebrity for nearly five hundred years Of all the liqueurs we have ever tasted it is the most relYefihing and agreeable. »nd cf all tonics, restni'itives, and assiinnluting 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 andrflolickms cordial. Floriline !— Fob the Teeth and Beeath.— A few drops of (he liquid ' Flolriline ' sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thorog...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
^ * ? TO STAND THIS SEASON c o w r .a, TUB THOEODGHBEED HORSE GLADSTONE. GLADSTONE was bred by Messew. HasselT and Roberts. He was got by Tarragon from Sunbeam (Stumpy** daw), by imported William Tell, by 6t; John, imported. . . .. _ ... He was a good performer, winning the Kandwcit Maiden Plate a* a three-year-old. . Being ft powerful hone he must prove a good sire. Terms, £4 4s. Each Hare. A Good, Secure, well-watered Paddock. Every care taken bnt too responsibility incurred, AU mares to be paid for and removed on or before 1* *-'J&jgf FTTZPATEICK Blayney. TO STAND THIS SEASON MOUNT MACQUAKIE, THK THOROUGHBRED HOBSK, SELF BELIA3JCE. SBS-2R}ffi UuLir SLsTse, by Avottdale, grand dam by Surplus. TEEMS ; Single Mares ? « W Two or more same owner... , ? & * Good eeenre paddocks, well-watered. Every care taken, but no responsibility incurred AU mares missing Oub season will be taken next free All mares to be paid for and removed on or before 1st January, 1882. J# „. gbaS...
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
COMMERCIAL. ? « . in i SYDNEY, HAURISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN'S EEPOET. Hides.— The market was .much easier for all dtscriritionn, especially medium aud light weights which were difficult to quit, I'riccs on tlie whole were lower from Jrt. to Jd. per 1b. Shipping buyers were not operating iu couuequencc of a fall in tbe Home market. Quotations— Extra heavy, 4id to 4|d. ; heavy, 8|d. to id. ; medium, 3£d. to «|.I. ; liirht, 3Jd. to3jd. ; station, -W. to fid. We catalogued 2210, Tallow. —Shipping lots entirely neglected j littlu business doing. Neive from' England in unfavourable, prices being lower. Trade inle were fully 20 i. to SOi. cosier, lieet mutton, £30 to £31 ; benf, £27 10s. to £29 ; mixed and «t«.tion, £23 to £20. We offered 222 casks. Sydney, 4th November, 1881.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
HOP BITTERS ARE THE MJREST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVEB MADE. They are compiled from Sops, Buchu, Mandrake (Podophjlli--), and Dandelion. The Oldest, Beat, usst Renowned, and Valu able Medicines in Ibe World, and in addition contain all the beet and most «flectiv« cumtiva properties of all other bitters, being the greatest Liver Regulator, Blood Purifier, and life and Health Restoring Agent on Earth. Ask Your Druggist 01 Physician. Donot suffer or let your friends suffer, but use and urge them to use Hop Bitters. Remember, Hap Bittern is no vile, drugged, drunken nostrum ; but the Purest and Best Medicine ever made, and uo j»eisou or family should be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you are suffering from poor health, or languishing on a bed of eicUnebB, take«heer, for HOP BITTERS WILL t/OttK FQU. If you area Minister, and have overworked yourself with your pastoral duties .; or a Mother worn out with care and work, HOP BITTEBS WILL RESTORE YOO. If you'are a man of business, or labourer,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE OAR0OAR ELECTORATE y^ENHJEMEN,— As candidates for parliamen \JC tirv honours, especially those seeking for the first time to enter the Legislative Assembly, usually give to their constituent* an expression of their views nn political matters, following the good old custom. I shall briefly explain tho motives which bave induced me to sock your suffrages on this occasion. I will not indulge in the old con- . ventional clap-trap, and tell you that I am actuated solely by a desire to serve you, hut I assure you honestly ani truly that I am prompted merely by au honorable aud laudable ambition ; and 1 ueod not add that I do not look upon your electorate as a stepping-stone to place or otltae. Although I have never bad a seat in the Parliament of my adopted country, I have, etpecially during my connection witli the newspaper press of the country, taken e. ke.'n interest in all leading poli tinal questions of tbe day, and I flatter myself that, should you do me tbe h...
CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M., and N. Connolly, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
CAROOAK POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November 8th. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq.., P.M., and N. Connolly, Esq., J.P.) Edward Leaman made application to the Bench for a. publicAus license fur a House situated at the Thompson's Creek Copper Miue, Buna^a. Mr. Dodd at the request of Mr. deliver, of Baiburst, appeared in support of I he application. Tbe Police Magistrate, after reading the applica tion, 6aid he had received a telegram fioin the i UIIVC JIUIglOUaMi V* M. * W*J ?V^J nilUiU H\f uu\« ^t VI1WQ Magistrate) lead. It was to the effect that Leamau someiime ago made a similar application to the Bockley, Trunkey, and Tueua couru aud bis application was refused. Also drawing attention to ihefaut that both the Tuena and Trunkey courtn weie Bearer to tbe applicant than Cftrcoar, and that both the police aud magistiates knew moi-e about Leaman'a at the aforesaid places than tbey were likely to know at Carcoar. Tnc Bouch du cided not to giant the application although believ ing they had tbe po...
BUZZING AROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
BUZZING AROUND. (BY AMOS KEETER.) Mr Evans, the Melbourne mining million aire, who has been a benefactor to the Mount, arrived safe aud sound last week, and has b'een holding a levee ever since. Rumour has it that he has a quarter million of sovs. to invest here. There is nothing here for sale. Oh doar no. Johnny Fagan who tooled the millionaire out hare from Carcoar, has had a big time of it boosing up, owing to it being thought he caii give the straight Griffin to' Mr E. Hence. Up the street and down the street it's ' Mr Fagan what are you going to have 1' Mr F. replies and imbibes without shifting his left thumb from the araliole of his vest. — o-o — Dr. Hodson has been on a flying visit to Orange this week. His locum tenems ' Dr.' Fox lias made many friends by his suavity, even when offering a dose of ' Haust Niger' or a Pil opii. Apropos of the kill or cure Cfession the famous herbalist, Dr. Phorouh, been here on a golden visit, and had quite a crowd of admirers around him on T...
WEDNESDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER. (Before E. J. C. North, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
W-BDKESDAT, 9TH NoVeMBtE. -Before E. J. C. North, P.M.) William Hazleton (in custody) was charged with assaultiug his wife with intent to do her grievous bodily barm. Constable McKenna deposed : About 11 o'clock last night from information received I weut to pri soners xesi lence ; saw bis wife lying on a bed with her face cut and bleeding ; tbe prisoner was there ; the children said he had been beating and kicking their mother ; prisoner was veiy exulted, and uot sober ; from tbe blood I saw, and tbe womans face, I thought she might be seriously hurt, aoJ touk the prisoner into custody j I have seen prisoner's wile ?this morning and she refuses to prosecute ; the had some sticking plaster over her eye where it had been cut ; 1 do not think anything serious is likely lo result from the assault. The Police Magistrate on discharging tbe prisoner remarked that it was lucky for him Ms wile did uot appear to prosecute as he the (Police Magistrate) would hare inflicted the full peualty tb...
A COUNTRY PARSONS FIRST TRIP TO MOUNT McDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881
A a country parson's first trip to mount McDonald. Having heard, as who has not, during the last few tumults very much about Mount McDonald, I became possessed of a very strong desire to behold tbat spot of great expectations, aud when the time Citne round for my huuual quarterly ministerial visit to Green Gully I determined to go on from tllHl'P tit the lv-Mfs nnrl rrivn t.Im npnitlp. nn opportunity of attending divine service, and at the same time to bave a peep at (hat wonderful place myself. Accordingly I Blurted away on a Friday afternoon, and iu order to pleasantly break tlie journey stayed at the prettily situated residence of J. L. Cobb, Esq., uuder whose hospitable roof 1 spent the night. To say that tbe road from there to Milbura Creek is rough docs not half express tbe state of things. I have been over some pretty rough parts of New South Wales, but this road is second to none for tuts and qu.iguiires. They tell we it is to be put in repiir soon, may it bn eo before I go ...