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RAILWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 December 1881

RAILWAY MEETING. Tlie meeting in connection with the rail way as advertised in our last issue toiik place at the Court House on Turodiiy evening. B. SlimpHon, Esq Imving Ircu elected cliiiirman, stated ll-ut lie had mnrh plear.un; in piesidingat this meeting, which had Iwcn convened in the internstH of the people, nf Viirconr. as un weio iiwire it was t lie wisli of the townspeople, lh«t tlie iirw looii-liin; from Blnyney to Mttrrtinibnrriih ulionld run on the (Msteru hiile of Siolce hill, the line was » practicable one on this hide, and posscssid many ndi'antagpR. 'I'liere was no time to losn in bringing tins important matter liefori; the Hiilhorities in a proper tight, and now was the time to agitato wlnm the Govern ment survej'ors were close io the town ; we should »t once engng« n practical smvcyo:- to report on the proposed line, ami tints satisfy the Government tiwt no niiiterial o\ject stood iu the way ; ]t w^s belter thus at on«'e to expri'HS the feeling of the propli' on th...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 December 1881

TO STAND THIS SEASON A* o o w :r a, TnE THOKOCfflUBBien HORSE GLADSTONE. {f^ LADSTONE was bred-by-Messers. Hassell and \JT Huberts. He was got by Tarragon from St:nbcauf-Stunipy'a dam), 'by imported William Tell, by St. Jolm, imported. He vim n, good performer, winning the Randwiek Maiden Plate as n three-yesr-old. Boiug a powerful horsehe must prove a good sire. Terms, £4 4s. Each Mare. A Good, Secure, well -watered Paddock. Every care taken but no responsibility incurred, AU mares to be paid lor and removed on or before let January, 1882. rjAM£S FITZPATRICK ? ' Blayney. TO STAND TBIS SEASON MOUNT MACQUARIE, THE THOROUGHBRED BORSK, SELF RELIANCE, SELF RELIANCE is a chestnut house, by CoBsack; by Sir Hercules, dam Moss Hose, by Avondale, grand dam by Surplus. TEEMS: Single Mares ? £2 10 IVoor nioreaamepwner... ... ... 2 2 Good secure paddocks, well-watered. Every care taken, 'but no responsibility incurred. All mares missing this seesou will be taken next free. All mares to be paid ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 December 1881

City Mutual Fixe insurance Com $aay (LimitecL). Head Officer : Waterloo Chambers, 408JGeorgc-8trcet,'sS.yi1ncy. Capital, L500.000. Subscribe!!, L150.000. DIRBCTOItS : Hon. M. Fitmatbick, M.I'., Chairman. John Seii. Esq. , M.P. I J. P. Gahvan. Esq., M,P. jJohn T. Todhkv, Esq. | P. H»oan, lisQ.,_J.P. PATJDCF. STANtEV, Esy., J..V. j»«irt of tn« Profits will be Returned tc folicy-holders as a Bonus every year. All Damages by Lightning and Gai paid, whethei set on lire thereby or not. Fire Riiiks accepted at Lowest Rates. J. A. MOSS, Local Agent AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL' PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established IS49. The Oldest Mutual Lite Office in Australia. Heab OmrE: 87, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors : The Hon. John Smith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. Jolm H. GootJler, Kcq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives. Eeo,. I Robert J. King. Esq. S. A. Joseph, Esq., | G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer: Dr. W. F, McKenzie, L.lt.C.P. (Edin.) Actuary: ' I Secretary : Morrice A. Black, F.I.A.'I Alexander J. Pi...

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HOW WE LOST A SUBSCRIBER. THE MISERIES OF A COUNTRY NEWSPAPER PROPRIETOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 December 1881

HOW WE LOST A SUBSCRIBER. THE MISERIES OP A COCKTKV NEWSrAPEU PUOrtllETOl!. Heigli ho ! Wlat a weary lifo it is, that of nu editor :md proprietor of « small country paper. Do wlmt one can theie is no [.It-iisii.j; M yaw subscribers, tln-y are constantly giving- up their paper first on one plei, then on nnotlier, juid very often Iroin no cause whatever. Not long ago we were taking our iisiihI eqnestiian exercise, when, upon nediiiig a small lownsliin, we found tlua our Atab sieed whs in tin' sr.me coiulitiun, which we fear will soon be our own, viz. liaiefoot. Of course our ensirst niollioil woulj I...-..J ! ? -, (o steer the drsnlilfij qiiiidrii]-«ii (?- th. ncii. -L forge to be shod, but tli:it won: 1 iii-v,-r Ji.. - ?,.- done us tl.ere wi-re (our liliicKuiMia, -r/l subscribers, aud of coni-se ihrei' -....uii hfr certainly 'cliucked' up their |--|.vi\ S ?, -?, iniiiciplH, we took our muke to .???.?;.. ,JT, wlioi:uton a front shoe, we lln '??.?,: , niiiinai to No. 2, «'iio put oiv t...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 December 1881

Mb Acton Iihs ..wording t-- th« Home Aewtbrowtht forw.vd « question that ma temlly HTeots ll.e interest* of the Colonies, and is worthy of tlm deep consideration of out- Parliaments. Tlie su.ject which this gentleman lota ventilated is nothing els.-, tlmntlie jirach'oHl emancipation of the wore ? '?iwtuii voionies ti-om Use irritating red t»l-e rule of the Home Co!oni«l Office, Hnd if we consider the gravity of thtt question in a proper lifcht, «nd the udvunt.ges to lie ^aiae.l by such a «te|. to the various OjIoihw, we must uHow it is H lij-ht, vhich we nre Ht the j'vwnt iniie|)fifrcily ca|ul-k of exercising vuh jti,!gi,ifii(, ami -|i,it „?(, aie ,,,|jv eM»,jt|sc| to. At {.resent bs we hit i. »?«!??; f.)'niid«, the Australian Colonies N-«- Ztwl.ind, mid bomh AfiicM, a»e Jaig^ ie(,,,Ui«;f f,:ily cap*, bio ot exercising with benefit to t!ioin««lves hi! (lie ImictioiiKof Rovpi«ingiitv, ntnl j-ei, in lenlity with the exception of tL questions of internal uiinintratiou they Imve no such...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 December 1881

Five Cektuuiks of Success.— Towards tli« closn of the 15llt ccuiury, the Swiss discovered among tlieil- mountains an aromatic and tonic lierh, which, on being incoipor:t(ed\vitlia pure stimulating element, proved to be a most potent nppetiser, tonic, mid aRsitiiilant. This compound vvas tltence forward known as the Dew of tlie Alpn, and under that name has enjoyetf a -well-deserved celebrity for nearly five hundred years Of nil the liqueurs we have ever tasted it is tlie most refreshing and agreeable, mid cf all tonics, restmitives, and assiiinUating prepara tions it is said on good medical authority to be the best. For its introduction into this mavket we are indebted to MeRsrs. 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 cu-dial. FlOWLINE !— FoK Till! TEETli AND BjtEATH. — A few drops of the liquid 'Flolriline' sprinkled on a wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, w...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 December 1881

PHOSPJSCTUS OF THE West Balmoral Gold mining Company, (Limited), Mount SflxDonaia, ITcw South. Wales TO tJE KEGiBTEUHl) UNDERLIMirED LJ Alii MTV. Capital £40,000) In -10,000 Sl.iaros of £1 cacli. Of wliiuli 21.000 arc nlTerea to the Public, in rcspi'ct. of whic!i Is p'-r Shaio will lie payuble on iiji|ilic.ition and 2i on allot UlC'llt. Provisional Directors THE DIP.EOTO11S OF THI5 AUSTRA J ASIAN MINING INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION, LIMITED, MELI3OUKNE, Broksrs LYELL &. GOWAN, 40 RLti:ABKTll-ST. MEI.DOQRNE. I^He above Conijimy Ims been forincil to iicqiiiie and woik two claims at Mount McDiinalil. N^w Smith \V:iii'S knoivn as McKellm's and Finley's leases, consisting of Hbont 11 ncres, iiiniipilialily m.j iinii:g the claim of the Balmoral Guld Mining C.iinpaiiy. 1'lit: cliaiaclcr ami naiiin- of these claims will be seen on tefeii'iioc to the ri'|iort of -.!r. Win. Ki.jbolas. K.G.S. a|ipKi.iled livreto. TIik Coininiiv will acquire these vhlu=ible claims im JGSOOO anil 10,000 shares...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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REPORT FROM MR. ROSALES. Melbourne, 9th December 1881. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 December 1881

REPORT FROM MR. ROSALES. Melbourne, 9th December 1881   Messrs Lyall and Gowan , Melbourne Gentlemen, — When I visited the district of Mount McDonald in October last, amongst others I inspected Grant's line of reef, which traverses the leases held there by Messrs Mansfield, Grant and Colbert and was very                       favourably impressed with its value. It lias b'CTi ojinne.1 up fconi tl.e lowest to tli« billies'-, jioinr. hIoii-; the line of outcro|. (If. E.and S. W.) fov a distance of not less tlian lo chains by ninkiiifi u nirnbor of winzes lo various depths (mm 20 to 60fr. The thickness if the lode between good 'walls' varies from 12in. to 3 or f(f I consider this tine ^f reef to be ono of tho best dolinpfl lodes in the district of Mount McDonald, for althntrgh not tho richest, yet it is of u j,piinaiient chiinicter....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

Five Centuhies op Success. — Towmc's die close of the 15tli ceotuiy, the Swi-s discovei-ed among Iheiv mountains an aromatic hiij tonic Iierb, wliicli, on being incorporated witli a |mie stiinulating element, proved to be a niost potent appetiser, tonic, and nHsimil&nt. Ttiis compouiKl was thence forward known i«8 the Dew of tlie Alps, nnd ..nj1eii(li.if «i.l,vi.a lltlC milA17f-il d XITlA I -*1 HPfil' VPfl celebrity for nearly five hundred ypm« Of ;ill tlie liqueurs we lmve ever t«Rted it is die moBt refreshing and agreeable. «nd cf a!! tonics, restn-'it:ves, an'l assiuuilrtting prejm ra- tions it is said on good medical authority to be the best. For its introduction into this market we are indnbteil to Messrs. M. Mobs and Co., sole agents for Australia. It is immensely popular in the mining districts, tind indeed everywhere us a healthful restorative and delicious ordiul. Floriuke !— For the Teeth and Breath.— A few drops of liie liq'i-l 'Flolriliue' sprinkled un n wet loi....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

TO STAND THIS SEASON C O W R A, THE TJIOROlTOHBnEn HOnSE ^^ GLADSTONE. GLADSTONE was bred by Mercers. Ha«sell and Kofierta. He was got by Tarragon from Sunbeam (Sluropy'a dnm), bv imported William Tell, by St. John, imported. . He wnsa good performer, winning the Kandwick Maiden Plate aa a three-year-old. Being a powerful horse he must prove a good sire. Terms, £4 4s. Each Marc. A Good, Secure, well-watered Paddock. Every Cftte taken but no responsibility incurred, All mares to !be paid for and reinuveii on or ''jAMES' FITZPATRICK Blayney. TO STAND THIS SEASON MOUNT MACQUAEIE, THE THOROUGHBRED HORSK, ^^ SELF BELIA3J0E. SELF RELIANCE is a chestnut horse, by Cossack, by Sir Hercules, dam Moss lSo.-«, by Avoadaie, grand dam b.v Surplus. TEAMS : Single Mares ? £2 10 Two or more same owner ? 2 2 Good secure paddocks, well-watered. Every eare taken, tut no responsibility incurred. All mares missing this season will be taken next free. All mares to be paid for and removed on. or before 1st...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1881. (Before E. J. C. North, Esq., P.M., and W. B. Warner, and J. L. Cobb, Esqs. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

V/CAKC0AK POI.JCE COUKT. / Tuesday, December 20, 1881. (bHforo E. J. C. JTo-lli, E-q., P.M., mill \V. B. 'Wsivner, ivnd J. L. CuUii, Ksijs , J.T.) William JTolw*. ivsulfiit of ilic F.nh. Hiv«r, was lin.-iiulit «|- clisii-fvd witl/jiavina on UiC iiitlit of 'Jin C'li iiiMMiit wilfully :iml muliciinisl}' M*t tire to n Jiotisi.' the i-ropnty of Ev:iiigf-lii--i Frazei!. All-. Do/I(i npp^ai-rd fi-Mli-) (-rnspctiti'-n. Seiiior-S^rsPaut G«org« Wno-J proved tlie (??irTOL vi *.nv- ]?- 1'iuni I %»?» !????» -i--vr»w- bit-it ;,? %t t ? Sat'iii'ity, rlre27tli inst. ; llie iii-isoimr i-f|iliV-l '-AU iiglit;' Sergflant McCntliy iind Sonioi'--'onst,ible P-tiker were ? present. Sergeant Wood staled tli.it on Tiuii«fJ-y, tlie 8'!i itisst., Jie, in comjiany with Conslalilo Piirker smd n t»1«ck tracker, visited the remains of a Iiourc burnt down, die jiroucNy of Miss Frazer; lie also visiited tliewlreeii yard ?in the vicinity of (he lionsft, nnd found about 223 slieep dead wilii ali ttieir i-bulls broke...

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INFANT WANDERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

INFANT WANDERINGS. The ' Gundiigai Times ' reports that as Mr Cunningham, the representative of Messrs Keep and C»., Sydney, was travelling in his bugey from Cjotamundru to Gundagai early on Wednesday morning came across an infant boy, 16 months old, not yet weaned, but able to toddle about. Seeing this baby at such an early hour without any companions, and kno.vii.-g tlmt no house was near, his sus picions were arons°d, ani for sometime watch the movement* of the chill to see if he would turn offon any track. Finding that the little^ one kept, walking on, dragging a stick, Mr Cunningham naturally imagined the child had strayed, n'l.d w»s about to take him into his buggy to Cjolac, when h« espied a horse man Rome distance off. Mr Cunningham coo-eed and singnailed him to ci'.ne, and asked him if he knew wliose child it was. The h'-vseiuiin replied (hat the father, mother, and neighbours htd been searching, all night for the boy, and tint it was Mr Charles Vincent's tia'jy. Mr Cunning...

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LICENSING COURT. (Before the same Bench.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

LICENSING COTJET. (Before the snmc Bench.) James ITaugh applied to bo allowed to transfer Iiis license trotn tbe Post-office Hotel, Giepu Gully, to the np\v Imilding V-iwted by I'im at jAInunt AlcDouuid to bo cillcd the Mr. Dodd mid Jlr. Hellvcr nppcari'd for . lint applicant. Tim polici! l-p.port was to'llie cfT-'ct that On* ] linilHR was as y«t in atl ililliui'licil whitn, I ut Mf. D'tdil Fluted that although Hi' 1 nildinff, | whicll wan a vwry l-trg« one, was an yet. nut \ Ci-mph;te!.V lini^lurd tlu'ie welt! Kltfii :ii-nt i ruuius in the hoiiKu ? re.-.dv. to mci't « J 1 --» '. ivqiiiit'iiciiiB of i!»! net, iticspfp.iiw. nf ih« ! iicciiinii)ud.itii-ii ii-ipiirrd (?-!? tin- l.indlorJ nn-l I his fimily. II .- died Air. IJ,ni!:l, intu the J willll-SX DOX 10 plliV« I lltM, wliljn Ml1. ' lViyliss K'Di.d up uud hitid that he ubj ctod In j (he n'lnuviii (1 the liii-nw i-«-mg -ri;iMti--l J on a'iy giounds. If is liist nij'Ctioii' liiin^ that lit' was th-- propricioi- of tin- l;onsn, tli-?...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. MR. GEORGE CAMPBELL, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

M ISC ELLA NE0US ITEMS. Mtt. CKOnqii CAMPBELL, M P. As lh« whole community iu interested innro or less in (he chamctera of llie geni.Irmcn reinriii'd to our P.iilnmciit by whatever eotistiUiencies, we deem it not out of place just now (says the 'IllnwariR lleicury') to ivlate nn incident, (hough of u private nature, connected with Mr. George .Campbell, lli« newlv-nleclfid member for Carconr. It will he. remhe.iod.by ninny of out- renders (hat, i-i 1875, Mr. William Smith, who had been appointed ti.Mche:' of the Public School in this (own shortly liefoiv, died, and thnl in consequence of his having suffered for a long lime from failing health, his widow with several young children wt'ifl left destitute. Just alte'r Mr. Smith's orrivul in Wollongong, he called nt our office, niid in tbo course of conversation incideutwliy made o remark to j onr Mr. Campbell to tho following ! effect: — 'Tim beBt friend I Jiave had in ; 1 he colony is a namesake of yours — Mr. j George Campbell, of Cow...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. DALTON v. WHITTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

SMALL DKBTS COUUT. D ALTON V. WlIlTTV. Mr E. North appramd I'.n |.l.inti(T, and Mr Dodd f,.| the iler-nd.-iit. Mim Dillc.u applied ii.: the p-nt or her hiMttaiul, who w:iS Ulialde to :iI'i*m-I t-- I ?iii.i- licss, to Iimvh :ui 0-'-tel tnniiu for thf ie.-fl4M;i- | 1 1011 of three li'-isf-s, one ilr-iv. anil fnur si-W nf liainess thu yiMjierty nf li-?i- liiis'.-.ind. illegally ileluined' l.y llin def,n l.ni'. Tc I'l.iintiir.s --Oii uhu w.is iimh-i- :-'--? Iml ir ,l)r |k-:iih liMtlenu cxehaiijjf with iln- def^n-)a-it of 11 U-iiMi nf li^rii'-ti '^mi^nii'.y lir a intrncl: tea'ii siml .l',,\, 1 lie ii-'f'-'inluiit li wl li'iw miui' - f the bullock* and llie Ir.-t-e t..,n,. alii l,«r fimily iwi-i: ihuR deiiiivel of tho iiikuiic if oltniiiiiig a livihg. j Tile, bench (itdei-od the i?ef.!nd:Oit to 1 tieliver up the dray, luuves, and harness, on the receipt of £4 due liy piaiutill' to him. WAGES CASE. WVI1I1 v Townseml. Sum c'aimedill 7t Gd. Verdict for plaiutitr for full amount claimed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

HOP BITTERSI ARE TOE PUREST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They nrc compiled from Hops, Bucliu, Mandrake (PotlophylKn), and Dandelion. The Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Yalta able Medicines in the World, and in addition contain all the best and most effective curitive properties of all other hitters, being the greatest ?i. Liver Kegulator, Blood Purifier, aud life nnd r lie.iltb Kesloriug 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, Hop Bitters) is no vile, drugged, drunken Nostrum ; but the Purest aud Beit Medicine ever made, and no peraou or family should bo without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you ere Buffering from jioor health, or languishing on abed of siokireks, take cheer, for HOP BITTJiBS WILL uURK YOU. If you arn a Minister, and have overworked yourself with your pastoral duties ; or a Mother worn out with care and work, HOP BITTEKS WILL RESTORE YOU. If you are a man of business, ...

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CONTINENTAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

CUSTiafjSTAL NEWS. (FilOM OUR PARIS COKRESPOXDENT.) Fashions. — The faGhions for silver jewel- 1 Iwv is becoming «. mma* in Paris. It is a London wtyle in wliich Americans arc iiivphl- , ing on their way to the gayer capital. For travelling and for morning wear, silver lockets and bracelets have their neglige as pect, « hile gold and brilliants are reserved lor lull dress. The revival of poplin is now an accom plished fact, Mr Wort!., having brought out Iiis most admired winter model in pale poplin It is a polonaise or Princess skirt, with two bodices, the one low made with short sleoves, the inner one high niadfs with long sleeves. The inner bodices are to iipcome magnificent by the way ; the fronts are elaborate, seed pearls richly studding the bosom, with oni liosseri, flowering and designs, not precluding a necklet of initiation pearls to match, recalling nil the lovely iigures which the engravings of the Boccicuios (ales have made us familiar. Modern beauties cm compete with th...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

For Sale. FOR SALK, a STYUSH BAY HORSE, about C years old ; an excellent Bajgy Korsa and a ood roadster. Eaiuire at CHKONICLE OFFICE, Carcoar. 'Wanted- WANTED, 25,000 SHINGLES to be delivered at Coivra. Apply to H. FORD, BuiloVr, Oowra. Wantei. WANTED a FEMALE COOK ; good wages and comfortable home. Apply to MBS. ALPOED, Milton, near Cowra. 'Wanted. WANTED a MARRIED COUPLE, mtin as General Station Hand, the wife a Laundress and to assist in house work. Good character indispensible. Wajes £60 per annum with 1 at ions. , Apply at unco to STEPJBEN O. ALFORD, Milton, near Conn. NOTICE.^ ALL parties Indebted to the Insolvent Es tate of William Tanner or Thomas Eirko nro hereby cautioned against paying any amount due by them to anyone but the underaignod or his Agent, Me. Csaki.es Higgs, such debts, beinji Miets of this estate. ALFRED SANDEMAN, Official Assignee. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF M. V. MOLLOY AND CO., OF BLAYNEV. ALL PARTIES indebted to the »bovo Estate aro requested to pay their...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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SPRINGING FRANK GARDENER'S PLANT. A MOUNT M'DONALD EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

SPEDTGIHG FBANK GAEDENER'S \/ PLANT. Y A 1IO0XT M'DONAtD EPISODE. Where now tho eager miners arc burrow ing for golden quartz amidst the wild scenery surrounding Mount McDonald, was uot many years ago, the retreat of the bush rangers. In the unfrequented fastnesses of Frank Gardner and Iiis companion free booters when hardly pressed by tho troopers found repose and safety, and there at their ' loasurc devised aud organized fresh maraud ing expeditions. As most people are aware the notorious Frank is now a saloon keeper in San Francisco, and drives a brisk trade among a certain class, Often ?when in a communicative mood, the cx-bushranger lm let mysterious hints escape him. of lj;tried treasures in a lonely spot in the wild ranges of New South Wale3, the locale of which none were aware of save himself ; indeed not long ago it was stated in tho newspapers that a company of Calif oraian speculators intended to send emissaries to the former | haunts of the bushrangers to search for this...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

ANSWERS tO CORRESPONDENTS. ♦ — ' — » j A St'BSCRiERK. — We are wit tno position ntptrseDt to nnswer ynm ^ovation's tejavoing the J-eWnvM cttbetJrtVeiirtnent rtetil you tofef to. If the facts of tie Case arc as you stitu the matter t-iioald be miiiio Che subject of a pear-chin? this metal nnd nlso of tile Jiijes, if done in the tn&uner you. allega it tv-ss mid witboat any , au'thbfit.v, is a serious affair, and one thnt 'c'ngtit to lie brolig'at under the notice of (he proper authorities. Wliiie.dccliniiig for obvious reasons to publish j-our letter, wo ftliMI be happy to again bear from you regarding this matter, and in the meantime we shall make every effort to obtain all tbe iu formation concerning it that we can. die Cmxom; Chronicle & BLAYNEY & COWISA GAZETTE. FOR THE IN'JCRV OF K1NE, FOR THE GOOD OF ALT., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1881.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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