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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 November 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NKWS. AtroTlOM &UX.— We .beg to call attention to an adrertiaemext in another column of an important ?ale of property to be beld at the Royal Hotel, Bathurst, on Tnctdai next, the 22ad idst. The ?ale will bo conducted by the well-known firm of Pecbey, Mutton, and Uo. Official Cokresi-onbence.— We ore indebted to tbe courtesy of J. L. Cobb, E»q , J.P., for the following information :— ' Department of Public Works, fiailway Branch, Engineer in Ubiet's Office, oyaaey, ovn jtovemoer, 1001. — am, — 1 nave me honour to inform you that instructions have been given to take the* trial survey of the Bluyney to Murrumburrah extension through the township of Lyndlmrat.— I have the honour to he, Sir, yonr obedient servant,- VV. H. Qctodlino. — J. L. Cobb, Esq., Fenuide, Lyndhui*t' KuSEWABhE AND PAKTV'S 8 ACRE LeASK.— W. T. Roaewarne and party discovered a reef at Galley Swamp a. fortnight figtii It is composed of honey comb quarU, and averages 2 ounces to the ton. The w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

TO STAND THIS SEASON c o w re, a, THE THOBOUOHURBn HORSE GLADSTONE. aLADSTONK was bred by Mcssers. Hassell and Koberts. He was got by Tarragon from Sunbeam (Sturapy's dam), l-7 imported William Tell, by St. John, imported. . Ho was a good performer, winning the Randwick Miuden Plate as a three-year-old. , Being a powerful horse he must prove n good tire. Terms, £4 4s. Eacb Marc. A Good, Secure, well-watered ruddock. Every care taken but no responsibility incurred, AH mores to be paid for and removed on or before lat January, 1682. JAMES FITZPATRICK Blayney. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT MOUNTtMACQUARIE, THE THOROCOHRRED HORSK, SELF RELIANCE. SELF [EELIANCB is a chestnut horse, by Cossack, by Sir Hercules, dam Moss Kose, by Avondalc, grand dam by Surplus. TERMS: Single Mares ? £2 10 Two or more same owner. ? 2 2 Good Eecure paddocks, well-watered. ,1 Every tare taken, but no responsibility incurred. All marcs missing this season will be taken nest free. , . AH mares to be 'paid^ for and re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

»T0 THE ELECTORS 01' CAROOAR. f^ ENTLEMEN,— Tliis time last year y \JT nil lint unanimously voted for me .your representative. To-day, I «bIc you ngnin to give me yo -confidence. Painful events Wvo happen eincfi I met you all at the last electini painful to mo, and painful it mnst aho lie you, tliat your membor lias lieen unseated TiWIwment.. I say to you, and before t ' world, thut I aim innocent of the taust Ui of disliononr. I am the victim oF miilignii prejudice, Hiid pHSaion. In ft moment, in in n jjunic, without affording me time I ?defence, with indwd, u meie mockery ol trial I whs condpmupd l-y the Legislati Assembly. Tlmt numliera of meml.ei-s nc regret thia I know. Tliat the givnl inHjori Trill, eie long. ve]»tir tlie w«mg tlrey -lm ?done J urn certain, «r everlaBting disgiu will be stamped on our Parliament. lam not, aide, in this u'ceBsarily trief a ?dresb to enter into n full explanation of i the cirsuinstunces of tire case, liut I will nuiongst you quickly -and complet...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

Five Centuries of Soccess. — Towards the close of the 15th century, tbe Swiss discovered among theiv mountains an aromatic and tonic herb, winch, on lieing incorporated with a pure stimulating element, proven to fee a most potent appetiser, tonic, and assimilant This compound whs thence fn.-a.nri1 known us the Dew of the Alps, und under that name has enjoyed h well-dtwrverl celeluity foiJioailv fivn hundred yp.-o-s (»f all the liqueurs we liave ever tasted it is the most refreshing and agreeable. »nd cf all tonics, restnritives, and nssimiilating prepara tions it is eaid on good medical authority to be tlie best. For its introduction into th)B market we are indebted to Meflsrs. M. Moss and Co., sole agents for Australia. It is immensely popular in tlie mining districts, and indeed everywhere aB a healthful restorative and delicious ordial. Throit Affections and Hoa.esesess.— All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarse ness will be agreeablv surprised at the almost im medi...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

(!)pcn (iloluiuit. J^V\'e Tfisb it to be distinctly understood that w« do | not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed , by our corrcsponneats] i

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

TELEGRA Pliro INTELLIGENCE* SYDNEY. Friday. The Government has assented to the, Ringbarking Bill, designs of Town and Country Villages Correcting Bill, and dedi cated Crown Lands Resumption Bill. A motion in Assembly to make Monday an extra sitting day was carried by 50 to 19. After a lengthy debate the House further open licensed houses at 6 a-m. instead of seven was carried, but to close at 12 p.m. instead of 11 was negatived. The wine license was fixed at j£3 per nnTiiim An animated discussion arose on the number of licensed public houses held by brewers. The Premier promised to cause an inquiry to be made as to the correctness of the statement mode by several members on this subject. A clause empowering authorized officers to enter licensed houses at any time was negatived, and a new clause of a .less stringent nature agreed to. The match English Eleven v. 22 of Majtland was continued yesterday. The visitors made 157 against Maitland's 113. The 22 in the second innings scored 12...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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THE CARCOAR ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

THE CARCOA.R ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I was the most astonished man in all the wide Curcoar Electorate oil tending in the Cowra Free Press my name included amongst the list of Mr. Campbell's Com mittee. Mr. Campbell, wkum I highly esteem, is I Hill iiUIC UUIIIiriDVCIT All #ssi»»« »??«#%# v» t.tv. tlie un.Biitisli tactics resorteii to in his lielialf,. and lam fiirihur sure he is equally indignant with myself tit the disieputiil'le elenlion«eiii«g dodges 'used presumably in. his f.ivor liy tlmse who call themselves his etithuiastic fiitnds. I Imve been it shareholder in the Millmrn Creek Copper Mine sir.ee it {started, mid I agreed to leave the whole matter in tlie hands of three trustees whose names are well known, and I will Bay this, that tho notion of tlie trusteoB, is highly approved of l-y the trustees and I believe the more Mr Baker's conduct is investigated the clearer will bh purity and houesty be displayed. Yours kc. JAMES R. EVERETT. Kenworthy's Hotel, Carcom-.

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BIGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

\Y BIGGA. (from oue correspondent.) On Friday last us Miss Mary ?iaywr, a grand daughter of Mrs. Taylor of the Fish ?River, was Bearching for hens nests in the long gnu-B she trod on the tail of * brown snake which immediately seized her by tho arm above the wrist from which it renmned suspended for uojie time, its teeth Bbe iin agiues having become caught in the sleeve; in its convultions it turned itself around her body, and she hftd great difficulty in toeing JiKiuelf from its loathsome embrace, imme diately she had succeeded in so doing, her Bistet cut the bitten part out ana applied u l.ntidHge tightly about the wound. Her iir.jt.lier rode to Mount McDonald, a distance of fourteen mites, for some brandy and re turned wil'iin two hours end a half. Through Hits decision nnd piesence of mind of her muter, aided by the application and udminiu tuition oF brandy she is now, I am gluu to say, out of danger. A foot race cutne off at the woohhed of Mr. J. Clements on the 12th, between J...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

TO THE EDITOR. Sib, ? As reports are in circulation that , Mr Lynch, M.P. for Carcoar is hostile to my ! candidature, I beg herewith to enclose a j letter received from that' gentleman, and ! which you will be kind enough to publish in your next issue. Your obedient servant, GEORGE CAMPBELL. Bathurst, Nov. 9, 1881 My dear Campbell,— I am in receipt of a telegram from Sydney in which it states that Mr Baker was last night expelled the House, and his seat declared vacant for mal-practises in connection with the Milbum Creek com pensation case, I think it behoves the electors to take immediate action, and Becure the servicesof a localman, who will be thoroughly identified vrith the best interests of the dis trict Our railway ib threatened with hostile opposition from certain quarters, and now is our time to put the right man in tho proper place, I would once and for all (solicit you to come forward, and fill up the gap occasioned by Mr Baker's expulsion, you will be well supported by t...

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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Monday, November 21. (Before the P.M. and W. Glasson, Esc. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Monday, November 21. mpfnre tbp P.M. Rnd W. Glasson. Emj. J.P.I Elizabeth Arnfield, a devotee to Bacchus, wus discharged on condition of tier forthwith leaving tlie town, an alternative which hub gladly accepted exclaiming 'Faith, I will your honor.' BU2131ON9 liA3l», John Hill for keeping an unregistered dog was fined 10s. and 4*. 10.1. costs, and in the assault CHBe of Adams v. Grady the plaintiff not appearing the case was dismissed, and de fendnnt allowed 10s. expenses. Murk Willis who was Bummonetl by Con- Htalile Finlay for cruelty to animals pleaded not guilty, and conducted himself in Court in rather a vapouring manner, but tho bench considered the case dearly proved against him, and much to his disgust fined him 40s. and 4s. 10J. costs, or 14 day's in BatUuwt fjdoi. * Wliarriev. Darrington— breach of M«st«rs Mnd Servants Act— was postponed till first Monday in December. Tuesday, November 22nd. (Before W. M. Glusson and P. Bolund J.'a.P.) Dr. Walter J, ...

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CARCOAR ELECTION. MR. E. A. BAKER AT CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

CARCOAR ELECTION. MB. E. A. BAKKK AT CAKCOAB. - Mr. E. A. Baker, cx-niuuiber of tbe Legislative Aiwenilily tor the vuiiscituuuuy of C'nrcour, aujiessed I )hi eleclurd on KritWy evening at tuo Acadumy or Miibic. Mr. Pfii'ER Bolakd, J. P., was voted to tho chair and briclly iutroiluuua .Mr. Batter to the meeting Mr. Hakmi, who was received with cheers. exuiauicu tue caucus, wuicu were so laminar io all, wuicii had occasioned, him seeking their tullrageaBu atiurtly alter he hiui been triumpHantly elected their icpmieiiLiiivx — .,u less tuau 131K) voters i-euurdinx tlieiruonti Jenco iu uiin at (lie lusi election, Ufit twuivu uiuiilus ago. Air. Uaker calere J intu tlie AlilOurii Creek attdii iully ami miiit that as 21 out of iue29 sliarcli'iUiisisot that company were satislieil no -Me cUe had a right, to it.lcrCere, uu-( he cliarnuteriBeil tne actimi ot tlie Legislative Assembly in af)()uiuliiig a .special Coiuuiiaaiuuer to inquire inui the utstiiliiiiiuu ot tbe Alilhuru Ciw.k award as b...

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LONDON. NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

LONDON, November 24. Emigration to New York is so overrun that a great dearth of employment exists and much distress is feared. , Serious riots occurred in Londonderry during fcne eiectiun. racebiug. .ui.i*uj «M&&awj were made. Another farmer at Heath has been shot for paying his rent The Moslem inhabitants of Egypt are indignant at the desecration '6t t&eirtombs'by the Greeks. A proclamation has been issued declaring Berlin in a state of seige extondod for twelve months. The Chilians have kidnapped President Bern^and carried his off to Santiago. Independent of Agrarian outrages crime generally is on the increase in Ireland. Ananimated toneprevades the wool)market

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NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

NOMINATION DAY. Tho nom'tifttinn of memliers for tuis elnctorntc took place on Thnrarlay lait at noon. There were nliout 200 people collected at the Hustings and thu proceeilinj:* were onloily ilrouj;bout. The only two candidates who put. iu all appearance were Messrs. -~'nuipbell and Baker, although until the last moment it was rumoured that we thould have a third. thfl prnceeiingi by rendinjr the writ, and tbnn requested the electors to give each candidate a fair hearing. S. 6timpsow, Esq.. who was rcoeivca with clieern, then addressed tlie meeting, stating tlmt lie ipjieared to nomiimlc Mr. Gcorgo t'.nmpbell of Co«ra as a candidate for tbe suffrages of the nlectoi-R of Curconr. He wns a goi.tlemau who vas well known in the district and highly respected hy both rich and poor, none of whom could e per e»y a single word against his reputation. There certainly was aery got up that ho was a squatter and therefore he would be inimical to the free selectors, but he had 40 or 60 seleotoi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

%\\t Gmmmr Chronicle] ft BLAYNEY **COWflA GAZETTE. I i frOfc' »H« INJURY OF NONB, FOB THK Ulloll OP AM., j ' ' '? 1,1— | SATPKPAV. NOVEMBER 20. 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

City Mutual Rre 'Xaspiaaoi Coa Head Ojticbh : Waterloo Chambers, 4585Qeorge-atreet,tSydney. Capital, LWO.TOO. Subscribed, LloO.OOO. DIRECTORS : Hok. M. Fitzfatrick, M.P., Chairman. John Sn, Esq., M.P. I X P. Garvan. Esq., , M,P. John T. Toohsy, !&-*: I P. HooAN, Ewj.,iJ.P. Patbick Stanley, Esy., J.P. j?.irt or tfle Profits will be Returned to Policy-holder* m a Bonus erery year. AH Damages by Lightning and Gas paid, whether set on fire thereby or not. Fir* EiBks accepted at Lowest Bate-. J. A. MOSS, Local Agent AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1849. The Oldest Mutual Life Office in Australia. H*a» OrncE : 87, PITT-STHEET, 6TDNET. Directors* The Hon. John Smith. C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives, Esq. 1 Robert J. King, Esq. fi. A. Joseph, Egg. | G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer : Dr. W. F. McKenzie, L.K.C.P. (Edin.) Actuary : I Secretary : ilorrice A. Black, F.I.A. | Alexander J. BaUton. The new business f...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NKWS. ? « ? The One Mile Bridge.— T.Ve tvouM beg again to call tin' attention of tne powers that bn to tbe daiigeious condition of the one mile bridge on tbe Uayney road, and to urge thn neuessiiy of com pleting in a speedy mauner the uccessaiy repairs, i In its present, state it is absolutely dangerous for any vehicle to cross it, especially at pigbt time. apiwur even more alarming, by thu light of a miserable smokey lantern [ic.uJant from a post on one of tfae approaches. Photooraphv. — Wo have liecn chown some admirable views of Iliu town nml neit'libunrhood executed by Mr. A. W. Groves, whose stu'lto is nt ?' The Court House Hotel.' T liese views aie pro minently distinguished by the clearness of tueir outline end elegance of their finish. Tney are well worthy of the inspection ot tbe public His portraits too, both cabinet Mid carte, aro muse excellently executed. Mb. Campbell at Walli.— A correspondent, writing unrtcrdate 22nd insl , Buys : — Mr. Campbell addr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 November 1881

*'!DttB labourer is worthy of his hive.' So spoke ouf Saviour nineteen cer.turica hro, land, re-eciioing through the nges, (,)i» iixi-un cooies with ttndiininielied -force to .the. people of New South' Wales lo-duy. The historic fiiir fame, creating iin atmosphere ot1 political distrust, breaking up din nvnuipotcut cuuHtinn Government, and evoking die grandest speech ever delivered in Austrtilin, l-iJ8 fair to murk a hp-v departure rogxi-ding -,tir poli» tical machinery. When the famous report of Mr. Salomons Q.C. saw the light, people l-eople began to inquire how some iiit-uibers of Wie ^legislative Assembly maiiitJiined ilmir pOsUion-^in other woirlp, to put it lirirfly, what wene their lawful, visil.lc; nicmis of sup Jjort, — It is no Beui?i tlmt targe munliers of the pftntlemiRii who are privileged to write M. L,A. after their Humes (ihvc no private in ttomes, still they wsnnge by some occnlt means to attire lln-wsclvps.in purple and fine linen, fare BunipMiou.sly every day, and...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1881

Five Centuries op Success. — Towards the dose of the 15tU centuiy, the Swiss discovered among their mountains an aromatic end tonic lierb, which, ou Wing incorporated with a pure stimulating element, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonic, and aasirailant. This compound was thence forward known as tlie uew ot the Alps, und under that name has enjoyed a well-deserved celebrity for nearly fire hundred years. Of all 'the liqueurs we have ever tasted it is the most refreshing and agreeable, and cf alt tonics, restnritives, and aesimuluting 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 c?i'dial. Throw ArrEerioss akd Hoarseness. — All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarse ness will beaEreeablr surprised at the almost im mediate reli...

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CARCOAR ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1881

CARCOAR ELECTION. The nsiul tiunqiiility of our liitl-! town was (?utlitilij tli.stiu-i.rtiJ during tin; eu-lii-r |nit of tlie il.iv inil.;ecl witll l.lie exc-|it.iitu i-. noiiim doZ'ii ortirteca pmi^tlu iirouiil tin* ti'iiiiiorirv court bouse gudeivtl tut'ciliKi- in knots ot threes mul f. ui-, tlii'ie w.is littlnsi^n ili.t. any Si l- '11 I ill I Ktl'F .i tl f, t*vt*n T. itti t Iim* ilunfi,,!, -.!' member whs taking j.liici-, lint M'ih, tliK dinner liour tilings l-(;^:ui id :t-Rniiu;ii liv.l;.r »|i|hMi-rti'Ce, B«tl KUVfl-nl --x«-.lt«d |«iliuci urn might Iik heard i-xplninin^ ibeir 'jews i.f the wetylir.y ques'iou *iiuut tn in-. i^c-Ih,1, sud di»iug tlieir lutit lo ini|ii',s- iijiO i ilinir l,(-,inis the iitiNuliitK iit-c-cssily of I'.ilnuin^ ili.-ir mivicf iitnl voting as rl.ey iliifiMe I, -itli. i«i i IllO.st d^ilK I11H1 ll-SllllH Wl.IlM in; Sl|.e In fiiHiit*. Tun «ii-tst fXiriKiiiliiiiirv vi'isi.ns of i lib Mil.mu Oie^k fCuid.l w,i,- in f,,,,. tWtwJ*W.itiyo{,SV7|-o w.',s' H^-M^r'f...

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LIFE ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1881

LIFE ASSU K A N C E . [BY Utt. C. L. GARLAND. J Life Assubance having liecomen pint of onr social system, hih! being bo gHtntiruMy nd'-|i-«d by the RiBrtt niHJurity «.f iiiteliigiuit people in nil civilized coiiutricH, it would wem wi|w flnous to Buy nnytiiing in uilvuc.icy (it it. Imt uiifoitunalelv there itiv'still « Imw mnui..,.- ,,(? persons wiiouve either iunointitiiTiut Hd vant- ages, or who du not fully renliHH the duty of making; mi immediate unii cH-tnin provision for those who him new ami -)enr |o them, liy this easy «nd only plnn of Life Assures*. Those who ura already mutually assured have reoogniiied thin fact, am) knowing tlie «d« vantages which they tlmunelw,» dwivu friim the system, are d««ir.ma (Imt the BuLj^it Should l-a better uiKlenttonil, do that everyutfo might follow their exuni|ili*. Tie niiiti'iillv assui»d, therefor*1, liav« d.-oMt-d to l^ve ni- stone utitnrnet?, in onlirr to nuke Lite As. surance mid its ad vintages known to ilie (wople ,? mid that is tlie...

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