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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881

TO THE JIDITOE. Sib, — I have to ask the Electors of Carcoar to refrain from coming to any adverse opinion as to my conduct in relation to the Mil burn Creek Company's matter, till I have the opportunity of making a statement to them, which I intend doing shortly. I shall show con ence, as I ever was, and that arising from a per- J feet scare in the public mind as regards the Mil burn Creek matter, and from the harsh, aud as I think partial manner in wliich as a Trustee my conduct has been commented oil, l*m made to appear in a light which most unjustly reflects on my character. It is my intention to seek re-election at the liands of my late constituents, and I purpose soon to issue my address. & Yours truly, E. A. BAKER. Sydney, Nov. 10.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MISCELLANEUS ITEMS. PAT AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881

MISCELLANEUS ITEMS. ? 3 ? PAT AT THE POST OFFICE. Pat : ' I say, Mr Postmaster, is there a litther for me ?'— Postmaster : ' Who are you, my good sir 1' — Pat : I'm meself, that's who I am.' — Postmaster : ' Well, what is your name ?' — Pat : ' And what do ye want wid the name ; isn't on. the litther ?' — Post- UlUiQUCl. . X W«J.L1U 1/11(2 lldilllG OU vunu JL ^*u»4 find it on the letter if there is one.' — Pat : 'Well, O'Donell then, if ye must have it' — Postmaster : ' No sir ; there is no letter for Pat O'Donell.' — Pat : ' Is there no way to get in there but through this pane of glass?' — Postmaster: 'No, sir.' — Pat: 'It's well for j'e there isn't I'd teach ye betiher manners thin to insist on a gentleman's name ; so ye didn'tj get ofther all. So Fin aven wid ye. Divil a bit is my name O'Donell.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND, SHAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881

CHURCH OF ENGLAND, SHAW. Wkdkesdav last was a red letter day to the in habitants of Shaw. For some years past it has been the custom of that place to hold regularly on the Prince of Wnlcs' Birthday a bazaar and tea meeting in aid of the Church of England, and as a result of the efforts of those truly hard working and energetic people -nn extremely neat and picturesque little bsuldmg tor public ?worsmp Has oeen. erected, which, from the proceeds obtainable from these yearly treats, is gradually accruing in completeness and beauty. The chief object of tbe tea meeting held on Wednesday was, we understand, to pay for the fencing in of the church, around which a sub stantial fence has been erected, and as there is now some graves in tbe yard making the resting place of persons dear to the hearts of many, it must be gratifying to those whom (bey have left behind to see that Iheir graves are now protected from the desecrating invasions of cattle thereon. Sufficient money for the vurpose in...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881

Notice. JJfR T- H- MAKStt is no longer authorieed lo COLLECT ACCOUNTS on my behalf. ALL PERSONS paying him money after this date will bs held BEnl'OKSIBLE M. BOYLE. CHHONICLE OFFICE, Novmnber 4th, I8ST. %\k €ai;coni* Chronicle & BLAYNJSY & OOWKA GAZETTE. -OR THB IWJUKV oyKOMt, fuK THE QQQt) OF ALL. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER, 12. 1881. ^' ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881

City Mutual Tixi tXfttwuui .Com yay Xldnitofl.). HCAP OmCEtl : Waterloo Chambers, «8:6eorge-Btreot,|SjaDey. Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTORS : Hon. M. FiTWATBiok, M.P., Chairman. John 8k, Bbq.,M.P. j J.P.aARVAW.E8Q.,M,P. Oohw T. Toohbt, Esu. I P. Hooan, Esq.,*) .P. Paxbick Stanley, Esy., J.P. £4tt of «w Profits will be Betnrnel to j?oUcy-holders m a, Bonus erery year. All Damages by Lightning wad Gas paid, whether set on fire thereby or not. Fire Bisks accepted »t Lowest Bates. J. A. MOSS, toed Agent AUSTRALIAN .MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1849. The Oldest Mutual Life Office in Australia. Hbad OmcEi 87, HTT-STREET, BTDNEY. Directors: The Hon. John Smith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. John H. Goodlet, Esg.., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives, Esq. I llobert J. King, Esq. 8. A. Joseph, Esq.. 1 G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer : Dr. W. F. MoKenae, L.R.C.P. (Edin.) Actuary; J Secretary : Morrice A. Black, F.I.A. J Alexander J. Raleton. The new business for ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ? v ? How twe Pbikcb op Walks Birthday wu» Rpent IK Oaj-coar.— Thft Sib of November (Prince of Wales Birthday) was observed in Carcoar by eveiyone leaving the town who could beg, borrow, or ttenl a mote. The streets wore ao utterly deserted that if tbe big doctor from Milburn Creek (wbo-is a crock shot with a rifle) bad fired his repeater fron one end of Naylor-stieet to the other Le would not have killed a mosouitn. Tub Transit or Mercdhv.— On Tuesday last tbe ti&nsit of Mercury over tbe eun was faints visible here to«iiy- re with sufficient energy to look lit it. \Vc otai'ivcd mi t-JiilmEioslic lady taking observations though mi enormous telescope while another lacly in chain, iig 'Jeree) costume' lield nnimment-e Hup Lsi as h,ige an a circus tent over lier to firotoct her freni the f-coicbing rnya of the *un. Steii rEtiomnmcal fervour cannot be loo liiplily r,\ |-.icdiitLtl. is]tfjiially in there drgenevate daj^.vlii i) uii nry in lie inling power....

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 November 1881

THE TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. If there is a department under Government \n whicli lvforni is demanded it is tlie Tele Rrapli Department. We do not wish to slate «ny of the officials in (lie various offices, for they are always obliging and civil, and strive hard to do the very best tJioy can with the f&CllitipR t.llptt lim*n Tl- m..-.n ? *_ .._ .. i * ? j ..„ . .„ Av ^inivmia \flj us uiai -Iie fault exists in the paucity of instruments find wire. Wherever the fault lies therere mainH the fact that our telegraph evatetn is very little more expeditious than our postal Rystem, in so far as the country towns are concerned. Business people everywhere are constantly com pin in ing of the serious losses which they sustain through the sloth in (his department. Tn fact many people who were in the lml.it of using the wire have now gone hack lo tlie post as a more certain and expe ditious means of communication. If the matter is mgent and important they write : —If of no importance «nd tim...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

Five Cehtdkies op Success. — Towards tlio close of the 15tli centiuy, tlie Swiss iliscovered amon'- tlioiv momvUins an :iioni;Uic and tonic herh, which, on l»eing inoorpDi-.ited with a puifl KtinmlHtinp; nlomimt, |iroviil to he a most potent a|i|ii-tiscr, tonic, and assimilunt. This compotinul was thence forward known as tlie 'Dew of the Alfw, and ?inner nine miiM nua rnjoyeii n wcll-d(-'erveii cfilebrity for nearly five hundred yenra t)f «H the iiqunnrs we have p\«-r t^st^d H is tlie roost refreshing mid agierwMe. «nd er ali tonics, restorjtiveB, nnd assimnliUi)i-; prepara tions ir is Raid on good meilical authority to lie. the. liost. For its introduction into this market we are indrslitad to Mossra. AI.' Moss and Co., sole u^enls for Australia. It 18 imnieiiBoly popular in tlie mining districts, mid indeed everywhere us a healthful restiiriitivp Mnrl delicious fiirdial. Flowline !— For the Teeth and BRE&Tn. ? A few drops of (he liquid 'Flnlriline'si)iinkl«d on a wet. toi....

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR DISTRICT COURT. FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, NOV. 11 AND 12. (Before His Honour Judge Wilkinson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

CARCOAR DISTRICT COURT. s- Friday, and Saturday, Nov. 11 and 12 (Before His Honour Jndxe Y7ilkinRon.- Richard Rowe v. John Tracy*. — Action foi £150 for illegal detention of sliepp. II;-. E. S. W. North appeared for (.lie |-l;iintiO', and Mr. J. O. Dodd fur the defendant. Nonsuit entered. J. Norris v. D. Breen. — Action for slander, damages kid at £200. Messrs. McL.iticlil;m ana .rucnur lor piainuu. vmaics tor ?ih-intiff for £60. Kerriglian and another v. D. L- Biiyliss. Miniug appeal case. Mr Norlh for pluiniiff, Mr Dodd for defendant. AHjtmrned Cill 8Ji December. W. K. Nesbitt v. J. Sbearer. Action for £172 Is 2d for goods Gold ond dehVert-d. Mr J. O. bodd for plaintiff. Case udjouiiic-d till 8th December. Same v. H. Smith. Action for L20 for detinue. Mr Dodd fur j-liuniiff. Verdict for jilaintiff by consent. Srttne v. W. Anderson. Action for deiinue. Ddmageti laid at £20. Struck out. B. Siimj/son v. N. Connolly. Tliis whs an action foi £14 ICa ; goods sold and de'ivered. Mr J. O....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

To the Electors of the Elootorai District cf Carcoar /GENTLEMEN, — At tve urtfent request \JT of many influenlul members of your liiMly, I ht\v« consented to cuine forward an a Candidate for your su(Tiiig-'S with the view of lieinv elected to the pltcn in the Li-K-')ativH AfMHinltly rucenUy «ceut-u'd by your late member, Mi-. E. A. Biker. I am impelled w take this step, an well from h KMuieof dtity,iui in def«rt?n-* to Urn wii-hen of a largn num. l-er of f lectors, who, on two former ncciHions wer« BOliciloiiR thul I would nllow mvHflf to tin pineal in nomi nation for tliK representation of your very important dUlrict. and who Iihvh aguin, for llie third nine, sigiiifii*}, in iv milliner equally encnurMfimg and wi'i tying to me, th-;ir desire that I should represent them in Prtrliameiit. I /diulilil regard niy-'elf as altogether un worthy of so lii ucli g--;.*:ruiis confidence and consideration did 1 not at ouch oh this occa- ( bion respond to tho invitation which Ims lieeii bo freq...

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MY FIRST VISIT TO MOUNT McDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

MY FIRST VISIT TO MOUNT X MoDONALD. (BY GAB1BALD1.) On Saturday morning, bright and early, we started to uarry the newopapera (the iiiner) to Mount McDonald. Our good steeds were ?addled and brought out (with some snorting on the part of old Moonlite) aud we mounted and went off on our journey. J carried the man BagH, us l oaa uie strongest cnarger. it wbb tnoBi delightful to career over hill and dale in the eatly morning, while tbe dew was upon the grass, and the perfume of the snow white flower of the gum trees made the air fragrtnt as we galloped along. The road is usually described m very rough, but I found it a good nne compared ' with those on the Maolnay River. Somo of the scenery is very beautiful, and the groves of cypruB And pine are picturesque to a degree. After a pleasant ride of thi-we hours or no we came in sight of the famous Milbnrn .Creek Smelting Works, which I must own have rather a dilapidated appearance, and huuih to be quite deserted and unused ; a great waste...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MISCELLANEUS ITEMS. BOBBING AN EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

MISCELLANEUS ITEMS. — o BOBBING AN EDITOR. Soon after the discovery of gold at Jial larat, a period of twentv-seven or twenty eight years ago, the editor of a newspaper located about half-way between there and Melbourne, started for the diggings vitha view of removing his plant, or,, if filings looked very favourable, buying a new one to commence opciwwuo »v we oi*«w *»* '»»y -«*.. rush. Oobb's coaches had not then com menced to run and ttie editor availed him self of the only means of locomotion that offered, to wit, a bullock dray. After travel ling about an hour the vehicle was stopped by a bushranger. The teamster shelled out about £5, but when the editor showed up the 'pot' only reached half-a-crowa and the fag end of a fig of tobacco.—' You've hidden your money in your boots I' shouted the robber, and he made the editor pull them off. — No more -jash being found, the robber insisted that coat and vest should come off for a long search, but at the ond of the search he angrily d...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

TKLEdliA PHIC iA'J kU.illl.SLL. SYDNEY. Fbtday. 'lne Upper House has agreed to a conference with the Assembly on the Chinese Restriction Bill. In reply to Mr. McElhone the Attorney Geueral said the question of taking crimaial pro ceedings against th© parties implicated in the Milburn Creek matter was under consideration. and amended. Wine license introduced by the Premier was agreed to, but Copelauds clause to license rail way refreshment rooms was negatived. Mr. George Rankin has offered himself as a candidate for Argyle vice Myers, deceased. Mr. Lorimer Marcus has been appointed Secretary to. the Friendly Society's Commission. Another case of small-pox. The Fancy Fair in aid of the St. Vincents Hospital yieldednet value £500. At the Rifle Association Matches yesterday Private Allen, of Victoria, won Members Match, making seven bulls eyes in succession. Thomas King foi committing murders at Kealesville by poison has been acquitted. Mr. Lackey leaves for Albury on the twenty third i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

1 ^ *^*'^^yBJBfiS5Krt^F~^**^^^^1)* *', p^t-\^ TO STAND THIS SEASON qo w lEt a., -THB THOROUGHBRED HORSE GLADSTONE f^ LADSTONE was bred by Mcssers. Ha=aell an VX Huberts. He was got hy Tarragon fnsv Sunbeam (Stumpy's dam), by imported Wilha* Tell, by St. John, imported. - He was a good performer, winning the Randwic Maiden Plate as a three-year-old. Being a powerful horse he must prove a good ein Terms, £4 4s. Each Mare. A Good, Secure, wel'-watcred Paddock. Ever care taken but no responsibility incurred, All mares to be paid for and removed on o before 1st January, 1882. JAMES FITZPATRICK Blayney. TO STAND THIS SEASON MOUNT MACQUARIE, THE THOAOUGBRBED HORSK, SELF RELIANCE. SELF [RELIANCE is a cbestnnt horse, bj Cossack, by (Sir Hercules, dam Moss Ro*e, bj Avondale, grand dam by Surplus. T E R M S : Single Mares ? £2 10 Two or more same owner. ? 2 2 Good secure paddocks, well-watered. Everj care taken, but no responsibility incurred. AU mares missing this season will be taken next fr...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 15ih .November. Present : The Mayor, Alderman Fagan, Clark, Callen, Warner, and Downey. The minutes of the previous meelins; having been read and confirmed. A letter w«s read from Mr Scai r, in re fclwimA in .Qiitknlv iiiiiMu tilinu'iniT slminitif. LI 2 7s 6d. On the motion of Alderman Downey, seconded by Alderman Fagun, the nccount was passed for payment. Alderman Downey proposed that he and the Mayor should tie empowered to draw up specification!*, which should be placed upon the bridge, and other conspicuous places call ing for tenders for removing, night soil. Alderman F«gan was of opinion that tenders should be called through the press 'Ho that everyone should have -a chance of applying. Alderman Clark spoke in similar terras. Alderman Downey said that, if the Council would allow liitn, he would- alter his motion, he would accept Alderman Pagan's view, that an advertisement be placed in the ' Chroniole,' which was agreed to. Alderman Callen called th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

HOP BITTERS' ARE THE PDEEST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. ? Ti .*i' They are compiled from Hops, Buchu, Mundinkp (Podophyllin), and Dandelion. y The Oldest, Bert, most Renowned, »ml Valo- 1, able Medicines in (he World, and in addition Cti cnnlain all the brat and most effective cunlive «. properties of all other hitters, beingtfae xreatrot ' Liver ltagulatnr, Blood Purifier, and life and ♦'' Health Restoring Agent on Garth. clt Ask Your Druggist 01 Physician. ° 1-0 Ponot suffer or let your frienilR suffer, but vie ' and urge them to line Hor Bitters. „ Renumber, Hop Bitter*) is no vile, drugged, B° drunken noRiruni ; hut thft Purest aud Best of Medicine ever nwle. aud no person or family in eliouUl bn without it. j^, VALUABLE TRUTHS. 5 If vou are Buffering from poor health, or languishing on a bed of ticknens, take cheer, for *?' HOP BITTfcUO WILL tiURK YOU. P] If yon aro a Minuter, and have overworked _: yourself with your pastoral duties ; or a Mother ' worn out with care and wo...

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THE ORIGIN OF GOLD AND QUARTZ REEFS. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

THE ORIGIN OF GOLD AND QUARTZ REEFS. (Continued.) The order in which I have classified reefs and veins agrees with their relative order, and as regards their richness in gold, j Classification of auriferous quartz reefs and veins: — 1st Regular or true reefs, formed mainly in lower silurinn strata, which strike in a north and south direction, possessing regular underlies, and more or less laminated in structure. 'This class may be subdivided into two parts, viz. (A) reefs underlying parallel with the enclosing strata, and (B) reefs underlying at an angle with the enclosing strata and of lesser importance than A I have subdivided the next class to render it more simple. 2nd (A) irregular . quartz, ' veins, formations, quartz-blows, ; having a north and south strike ; (B), stock- ! works or net work of quartz veins, general direction north and south. Both A and B occur in lower and upper Silurian. 3rd. Quartz veins which occur in dioritic dykes, j iu upper Silurian. 4th. Cross reefs o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

Notice. -jyrB T. H. M BSH u uo longer aatborieeA to COLLECT ACCOUNTS on my behalf. ALL PERSONS plying him meaty after this date will fca farid BESPOKSrBLE. M. BOTLE. UHftOKlCL* OWICH, November 4th, -8SI. %\\t €m:com; (EUronicle & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. *OR TH« INJURY OF K1S«, foil THJt ««OD OK XU.. SATURDAY. KQVEMBER 19. mi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

r- City Mutual Tat 'Intmxanoi .Cox ,* pony (Limitei). Head Offioei : 'Waterloo Chambers, 468.IGeorge-street,lSydne; Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, 1,150,000. DIRECTORS : Hok. M. Fixzfatrick, M.P., Chairman. Johh Sek, Esq!, M.P. I J. P. Gabtan, Esq., M, John T. Toohkv, Esq. ] P. Hooan, EsQ.,tJ.P, Patrick Staniey, Esy., J.P. j?-irt «r tn« Profits will fee Returned ' Policy-holders u a Bonus every year. All Damages by Lightning and Gas paid, whetb eet on fire thereby or not. Fire Eieks accepted at Lowest Bates. J. A. MOSS, Local Agent AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDES SOCIETY. Established 1849. The Oldest Mutual Life Office in Australia. Hjead OmoE : 87, PITT-STREET, SIDNEY Directors : The Hon. John Smith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairmai John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives, Esq.. | Rphert J. King, Esq. S. A. Joseph, Esq. | G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer: Dr. W. F. McKcnrie, L.K.C.P. (Edin.) Actuary : I Secretary : Mortice A. Black, F.LA. \ Alexander J. Ralstoi The new bu...

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MR. GEORGE CAMPBELL AT CARCOAR [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

MR GEORGE CAMPBELL AT CAB.00AR. OK Wednesday evening last Mr. Georgp Campbell, of Cowra, addressed a meeting of the electors of Carcoar in Ibe Academy of Music. On the platform ire noticed the Mayor, Messrs. J. L. Cobb, .T.P., N. Onnolly, J.P., J. A. McKUlop, W. Anderson, and W. Downey. It was proposed by Mr. N. Connolly and seconded by Mr. Anderson that B. Stimpion, Esq., take the chair. The CBUBaUK Eaid be bad been asked to preside. ana ue said ne Baa mucn pleasure in accepting ine honour. He lhad known the candidate for many Tears as a man of the highest esteem, and moreover, be was a man who bad always identified himself with tba interest of the district ; be (the chairman) had on a previous occasion asked the candidate to come f OTwaVd, but on that occasion he would not oppose his friend, Mr. Lynch, but when this vacancy occurred, he again communicated with him, and he cheerfnlly consented to come forward, ilanyofyou will remember that Mr. Campbell was one of tbe prime movers i...

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