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

City Mutual Fixe Insurance Com * jaay (Limited). Head Omc&i : Waterloo Chambers, «8£George.Btreet,5SydnBy. Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTORS : Ho*. M. Fitzpatbick, M.P., Cbalrmui. John Sek, Esq., M.P. I J. P. Garvaij. Esq., M.P. 0«ws T. Toohisv, Es?. | P. Hooan Esq.,^.!'. Patbjok Stanley, Ksv., J.r. j?axt cf tne Profits will lie Relumed to Policy-holders as a Sonus every year. All Damagei by Lightning and Gas paid, whether aet on tire thereby or not. Vire EiekB accepted at Lowest Rates. - A USTEAL1AN MUTUAL PBOVIDENT jt\_ SOCIETY, established 1849. The Oldest Mutual Life Office in Australia. Head OmnK : 87, FITT-STfiEET, SYDNEY. Directors : The Hon. John Smith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. John H. Goocllet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E: Hives. Esq. I Itobert J. King. Esq. S. A. Joseph, Esq. | G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer : Dr. W. F. McKenzie, L.K.C.P. (Edin.) Actuary : Secretary : Mortice A. Black, F.I.A. Alexander J. Ralston. The new buBimss for ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 December 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NKW3. ? p ? Majj. iRRrocLAnmKS.— Wo. Inve ajrain to call attention to tbe irregularities in tlie postal service in c.ir distvict. La?t Kridsy night (he Chronicle was posted na usu.-.l tn nur subscribers living nt Shaw nn.l Mount Mncqtir.rio. As they were not rccHi'eil there on Siturdny by tlie mail a messenger ramc to our office for them thinking they had not been prated. I?c tlr.n enquired nt tlie Otircoar »»»tft.Afl3i*n lint: was {ufal'mAil fhf-v lin.[i hppn dR»pstclied from 'there. On Tncsdny, however, they worn delivered nt the Cnvenav post-office toilio Mount Mncqunric mailboy with (ho regular mail. Tbe question naturally nri^es, Where had these p.ipnrs liccn in the mran time? Nn wonder (bat we rcneive letters from irate subscribers at times, requesting their names io ho vemovel from our list, because they do nol. rcceive^llieir paper regularly. The Blavkev Bazaatj,— The snle of fnncy ends under the nuRpices of '.he Indies of tbfi Church of England took nlacn ...

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

'A Merry Christmas and a happy New ^Sear.' How many thousand aye hundreds hi thousand times will those few \vords be ! repeated during the present week, and | although it is not to be denied that there will occur many cases where the wish, ex pressed by the hps has no deeper source, than those lips that utter it, yet when we come to consider the number of times that this expression Will convey the heartfelt ?wishes of those who make use of it, we can well say that this is a season of ' Peace on earth and good will towards all men.' All the inhabitants of the Christian world look forward to this happy season, us one of tnirth, joy, and good fellowship ; adults hail it as a time when past grievances and petty quarrels are forgotten, and the happy glow of mutual reconciliation animates the hearts of those who previously looked coldly upon one another, and children welcome it as a season of holidays, presents, and inconceivable fun. At home iu the old country, frost and snow prevail, ai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

ALTERATION IN THE DAT OF PUBLICA TION OF THE ' MINER.' rpHE Motjht McDonald Mnnjn will after the ?*? advent of the Now Year be published on WEDNESDAYS INSTEAD OF ON SATURDAYS. The next issue will therefore appear on Wro ' xbsday, the 4th proximo, and the Proprietress trusts tliat this alteration may meet with tlis approval of all those who have hitlierto so kindly given her their support. lite (fou'coai* Chronicle ft BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. TOR THK INJURY OF NONE, FOR THE QOOD OF ALL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3.1. 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

City Mutual Fire Insurance Com- - yany (Limited). Head OfTicti : Waterloo Chambers, 458 Oeorge-street, Sydney. Capital, L500,000. Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTORS : HoK. M. Fim»atbick, M.P., Chairman. , Sow Sek. Esq. . M.P. I J. P. Garvan. Esq., M.P. JuHN T. TOOHKY, EBQ. I P. H.-OAN, ESQ., J.P. Patrick Staj««,ry, Ksv., J.I'. i»art ef tn« Profits will be Returned to ; tfolfcy-hoMers as a Bonus erery year. All Damage* by Lightning and Gas paid, whether act on fiffi thereby or not. tire Bisks accepted at Lowest Rates. J. A. AIOSS, Local Agent A USTRAL1AN MUTUAL rKOVlDENT A SOCIETY. J5stabli»b«n8W. The Oldest Mntnal Life Office in Australia. BtA» Ofwoe : 87, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors : The Hon. John Smith. C.M.O., M.L.C.. Chairman. John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives. Esq. I Hobeit J. Ki«g. Ecq. S. A. Joseph, Esq. I G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer: Dr. W. F. McKenzie, L.R.C.P. (Edm.) Actuary : I Secretary : Morrice A. Black, F.I. A. | Alexander J. RaUton....

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. - Ofr Post Office; — From subsequent enquiries we have discovered that the missing batch of papers to which we referred in our last issue wan dispatched from, the Carcoar Office as usual in the Newbridge bag. Tbat these papers were uotdeiiverod at Shaw and Mount Macqnarie in proper time was, there fore, uot tlie fault ^f our postmaster who of conr?e could in no way be responsible for any deliy «f»i'lli*i*ih-» trt a mail' fifr^i. it- lieii Inf^ hia /itiefnitiF The statement of the Newbridge and bli.vv mailboy on the subsequent Tuesday in Oarcour H;at be hail justgotthe papers, made us think tbit lie had jnst obtained them from the Carcoar Office instead of from the Newbridge, Odb Visitors. — Tthas been impossible tw have joined in the pleasure trips of the party of foreign gentlemen who have been spending their Christinas in our district, without admiring the thorough manner in wbicli they enteled into the sport whether the feat consisted of potting a sparrow,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

Ik spite of the opposition of certain memlera the act to protect inj}iorted game birds end also certain other native birds of the colony is now law, assented to on the last day of the late session, and however irksome its provisioiiB may be to pot-hunters and thistle whippcrs who consider that once they get A -mn in t.llAtf* ]ionf)a fliair bm mvwtemnn «*.J that everything with feathers is lawful game, we must allow that such an enactment was necessary and is one that will eventually benefit the whole colony. Mr. De Salis, bs was to be expected, not seeing any immediate money return from the protection, of these animals gave the measure bis strongest opposition, but he had sensible men to- deal with, men who not only looked upon the introduction and preservation of game as being beneficial in many ways to the colony but who considered the enjoyment that is to be deitved from residents in, and travellers through the bush by hearing the cheerful songs of the native and imported birds. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

TO STAND THIS SEASON CO W 13, A, THIS TIIOBOPflHBPKn HORSE ? 1 CLAD STONE. /-S i ADSTONE was bre-l by Meiwra. n»*eH and ijT Roborts. He was pot by Tarr»gon from | £ fltnteam (Stmnny's d»ni), by imported William j ?* Toll, by St. John, imported. u He was a good performer. winn'ng the Randwiek Maiden Plate w a ihree-year-oM. Being a powerful horse he must prove a gnon sire. ? Terms, £4 4s. Eacih mare. * A Good, Secure, well-watered Paddock. Every taie 1 iikcn but uo responsibility incurred, l AH mures to be puid for and tetnuved on or r before 1st January, 1882. _ 1 JAMES FITZPATRICK Blayncy. ii . ? ; ? ?'''' V TO STAND TBIS SEASON \ AT c MOUNT MAGQUARIE, IBB TH0R0U6BRBH- HOKSI^ SELF BEIilAKOB, « SBW RELIANCE ii a chestnut a-wse. by J Cossack, by Sir Hercules, dam Moss Ho.*, by « Avoodale, grand dam b, Surplus. ' T ERMS : J SJnfileMare. ? «» Two or Moreaame owner ? 2 -* « Good teeare psddocks, wen.-roteied. Every care taken, bnt no responsibility incurred. . AU mures missing this se»s...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1881. Before the Police Magistrate, and W. B. Warner, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

%^ CARCOAR POLICE COT71IT. .__, ..... ^ . ? Tuesjuy, December 27, 1881. Before tbe Polion Magistrate, and W. ,B. Warner, ERq. CHILD DESERTION. Mnrpmsfc Jla'J' Mason was proew'W Against -wider information laid by her niotlirfi1 Margaret Mason that she did on the 17th ?lay of DeoomW desert her illegitimate frrnafo child and leave it without thn nienns of support. Mr. E. North appeared for dufendant. unmarried ; tho infant produced is htrs ; it ia 15 months old ; I have had charge of the child ; about 11 weekR ago her mother went to Mr. GlasBon's ; on Tuesday, the 13thinBt, I aent her word by her sister that I cou'd not nfford to keep 4,he child and would send it to her ; her fl'iBtar found her at tho hospital ; I sent her child into her by her sinter on Saturday, but thn girl brought the child back to me and said (the Bench declined to hear I what the girl said hr Lot evidence would be taken). Since the 17th inst. she has contri buted nothing to the child's support ; all I havo ever m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

For Sale. FOB SALE, a STYLISH BAY HORSE, about C years old ; an excellent Baggy Horse and a good roadEier. Enquire at CHKONICLE OFFICE, Carcoar. To Loud. ?\f ONEY in various sums, on real ieroirity. Jl. Early application requested. J. O. DODD, Solicitor, ' ' Caraoer Carcoar Hospital THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Subscribers will be held in tho Court House, Carcoar, on Friday Nbxt, January 6, «t3p,m. A full -attendance is requested. W' B. WARNER. Hon. Sec. Wanted. WANTED A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to MBS. DANDIE, The Maine, Carcoar. arotioo. fin HERE is at present in my paddock a JL CHESTNUT HORSE branded M over 7 on off shoulder, white face, blind near eye. The owner can have him by paying for this advertisement, He will be gently worked until claimed. CHARLES H. GREEN, Mount Macquarie, PUBLIC NOTICE. I HEREBY caution all porsons Indebted to me against Payiko any Other Person -»r atsoaver, no one else having any authority to recsivemoneystm my account. _.___ Auitralum Stores, Carcoar, Nov...

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BLAYNEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

BLAYNEY RACES. As was predicted this days sport turned out a most successful one, the various races were well contested, while tUo fttteudanoo at the course exceeded even the numbers expected An in terruption that promised at one time to be of a serious nature occurred between the second and third races, but luckily eventuated in no serions ill. We refer to a thunderstorm of exceptional violence, which during the time of its contin iiniir-r- nvAnfari AnifA a. unnio urtnn tlin nnnmn. t.lm roof of one booth was completely stripped, and the 'drenched shelter Bookers obliged to seek cover ilsowhero. Horses broke their bridles, nnd as if infected by a stampede dashed wildly abfiul little heeding tho objurgations of their soaking and irate musters who with the broken remains of what had in the morning been bridles in their hands were to be seen pursuing i.heir contumacious steeds in all directions, ana eplashing above, their ancles in water in spots which an hour previously had been cover...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE.. SYDNEY, .Friday: Two brothers; named Wilhain and Robert Bennett, aged' 38 and 32 respectively are supposed- to have been drowned -at. Port. .. - Stephens on Christmas Pay, -they having left on a fishing-excursion on that day, and not having been seen or heard of since.' A man, name unknown, made an attempt to. jump aboard the- city or .Brisbane as she was leaving for Sydney last night, fell overboard,, but was promptly rescued. The weather w-asinsufferably hot yesterday, and particularly so last night. At Messrs. Mort and Co.'s sale yesterday there 'was a large attendance of millers and others interested. Their catalogue included several parcels of new wheat which realised from 4s. 9£d. to 4s. 10d. per bushel for best liuoo wad up to te.. 5d. for medium samples..

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

FlVn CEKTUB1K8 OF SUCCRSS.— ToW.vl-R ill* cIokc nf tlio 15i'i ccuiU'V, tlie S»i b ?li.scovereJ Binori!* tlieii ni'Miiitains an tirom»tic and tonic lini'li. wliicli, on liciii!.' i:ic-ji-|-()i'i)led with a pure htiiimlMtinii cU-inrnt, |irovert tn be a moat potent H|-|-«tiser, tonii', m:d ufmiiniliiiit'. Thin oim|ioilil-l whs thence forward known :»s llie Dew nf tlie Al|w, mid «tider th»t niisiii* Jj.ib rnjoyeu « w«-n-ai»prv«'a tt»ieWity for n«arly five 'mnJwJ ynun (»f ?M tlm liqueurs we liHve ever taHteil it iH ilii» tnoBt i-efreBliing »ind ngrfftalile. »nd cf ail tonics, lestoi-itivcB, nti'l Hsaiiiiiilai,ing prepiirM- ' '.ions h is 8nid on good medit-Hl aiitlunity to Iw ttiH liear. For its introduction into tliis market we are iudfibt^d to Messrs. M. Moss and. Co., Bole ugonte for Austnilia. It is immensely popular in tlie ininiii' distiicta, «nd indeed evfrywJiPio us a healthful restorative and delicious cirilial. Fmbilinf. !— Fon the Teeth and Hhba™.— A few drone of (lie liquiil '...

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TEMORA. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

TEMORA, Fridav. There is a large bagful of specimen stone on view from Jackson's reef Wright and party have opened a splendid looking reef of pink stone; This reef is on the road to Mandama, the spot where M'Nevin and Egerton found a quantity of specimens some twelve months back. (Six claims are occupied on tiacKson s line of Teefc There is very little prospecting doing in alluvial, attention being directed to the l-uefs. A man named James Smith, blacksmith,, residing behind Byron's Hotel, has been accidently killed by falling out' of a waggonnette while en route to Barmedman.. Deceased was & married man. :- The miners are about to agitate for a mail to run twice 'Jor three times a' week from Temorato Barmedman. The Fanny Parnell reef continues to raise a large quantity of the rich red Stone, similar to the best samples in the prospecting claim. The ofiartz is easily broken and crushed, and

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SPRINGING FRANK GARDENER'S PLANT. A MOUNT M'DONALD EPISODE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 December 1881

SPRINGING FRANK GARDENER'S; PLANT.. A MOUNT M'DONALD EPI80DE. ?(Continued.) Jack put his hand down to see if there were any more detached pieces of quartz. To his profound astonishment, be picked out several good sized lumps, one after t'je other, and by the aid of a match he found at the bottom of the -two feet hole from which ha. had token the stores, several more loose chunks, 'There's something in this' he muttered, and began with feverish energy' to .throw out the boulders. When about 5ft down he lifted away a couple of pieces of decayed bark, and there was exposed to view a rotten gin case. Breaking away* the- lid he saw a something which caused his eyes to start from, his head, his pulse to almost cease beating, and his body to be covered with profuse perspiration. On the top of a number of canvas bags there lay exposed to bis view, glittering under the light of a flickering lucifer, dozens of gold and silver watohes, diamond rings, brooches, and jewellery of every .conceivab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

MARSH, PALMER, & TAPP, AUCTIONEERS, & LAKDSALESMEN, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, ORANGE aad^BLAYNEY. (Registered under the Trade Marks Act, ]SG5.) THE result of long experience, founded upou ex tensive clinical observation, extending over a period of 10 years as Apothecary to the Buvraii gong Hospital. They possess the following advan tages over all other preparations, viz. : ? 'THE\T are compounded on purely Scientific Principles.' 'THEY are freefrom Dangerous or Deleterious Ingredients.' 'THEY can always be relied on.' '? THEY are pleasant to the Taste, and their Bra cm has been fully Kecoonised by nome of the beet medical men in Australia.' ARMSTRONG'S (CAMOMILE) LIVER AND BILIOUS PILLS Stand Unrivalled as a general Family Aperient Medicine for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Pains in tbe Head and finest, Habitual Gostipation, Heartburn Giddiness, Wind Spasms, and Dizziness of the Eyes. They promote a Healthy Action of the Stomach and bowels, cause neith...

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LATEST MINING NEWS. VEGETABLE CREEK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

LA.TEST MINfNG NEWS. (by telegraph to tbe echo.) Vegetable Ckeek, TuesJay, A very rich find of tin was made last week in the Wesley Tin Company's land, by Flantieiy aud party. The depth of wash is 14 feet. Two others parties of tributors have recently struck tin in the same company's property. Several fresh finds are reported from the table-land, principally in lode tin, and prospecting ie being carried on with great energy. ? ? '

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY 2-30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday 2-30 r.ir. Confirmed appointments under tbe new Licensing Act lor Carcoar : — Nathaniel Connolly, J.P., and Henry Glasson, J.I1., members of the Licensing Court, and Edward J. C. North, P.M., Licensing Magistrate. The German warship Carola arrived at Sydney yesterday. At the Homcbush stock sales last week's prices weie well maintained for prime ; middling qualities easier. Beet bullocks fetched £(i to £13. A large supply of 15,000 Bheep caused a fall of from Cd to 9d, still prime wetbers obtained 12s. A murdered child was found on Flagstaff Reserve yesterday. It was identified as belonging to a Frenchwoman, who, from surrounding circum stances, it is expected has committed suicide. Child mnrdereBS arrested The match between the English team and the Australian eleven commenced to-day. Spoflortb, Evans, and Jones are not expected to play. The Englishmen consequently are the favourites. Tho Englishmen won the tosB and went ill. Four out fur 40. ...

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CARCOAR RACES. WEIGHTS. PUBLICAN'S PURSE, 1 1/2 MILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

CARCOAR EACES. WEIGHTS. PDBLIOAN'S^PURSE, U MILE. St. 1b. Mr. W. 'Kites' b g Velox, 4 yrs ? 8 10 H. Daw's bl h Yattendon, aged. ... 8 7 J. Tanner's b h Sazarac, 6 yrs. ... 8 2 J. Yeoman's bl h Partner, 4 yrs. ... 8 2 J. G. Mylechoran's b g Good News, 4 yrs ? 7 4 J. Burton's bl m Sparanza, 3 yrs. ... 7 0 W. Tait's ch p Try Again, aged. ... C 8 R. J. Parker's rn ra Baroness, 4 yrs. 6 8 J. Yeoman's ch g Chance, aged. ... 6 8 A. Townsend's bl g Fireman, aged.... C 2 W. Furlong's b m Camilla, aged. ... 5 10 J. Mullaly'sbg Roan Oak ? 5 10 LADIES' PURSE, li MILE. Mr. J. G. Mylechoran's b g Good News 4 yrs ? 8 0 W. Tait's ch g Try Again, aged. ... 7 10 A. Townsend's ch g Dundee, 5 yrs.... 7 7 R. J. Parker's ch m Helena, 5 yrs... 7 7 J Tanner's b g Little John, aged. ... 7 0 J. Mullaly's b g Roan Oak ? C 6 J. Tanner's ch g Hippy, 4 yrs ? C 4 CARCOAR TOWN PLATE, 2 MILES, Mr. W. Kite's b g Velox, 4 yrs ? 8 7 H. Daw's br h Yattendon, aged. ... 8 6 J. Tanner's b h Sazarac, 6 yrs ? 8 0 J. Yeoman'...

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SIR MENRY PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

SIR HENRY PARSES. Sic Honry Parkes waited on President Arthur on the 23rd inst and was most cour teously received. He also waited on the Secretary of State, Mr Freylinghuysen and laid before him his propos tls in regard to the wool cuctes ana me mail service sut.'Sidy. Sir Henry fully laid before the Minister his views, and explained the advantages that would result to the people of the United States as well as to the colonies by the re moval or modification of the duties on Aus tralian wool. The interview resulted fruit lessly, so far as the wo A duties are concerned. Sir Henry Parkes is convinced that it is hopeless to expect any concession from the United States Government in regard to llie duties on Australian wool.

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