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

General Storekeepers, and Colonial Produce Mercliants, BLA.Y1NEEY. — ? :o: ? WHEAT BOTOET tfir 'AST QUASTITT West Carcoar General Stores, and Bakery & Confectionery Depot. john Links, Wholesale and detail Draper, Grocer, See. BEST CHA FF (all Hay), at Lowest Rates, always to he obtained AT J. 1 INKS'S WHOLESALE & RETAIL STORES, WEST CARCOAR. Commercial Hotel, milburn greek reefs. james Tanner, (LATE OF THE COURT HOUSE HOTEL, CARCOAR.) BEGS to inform his friends and the Public generally, that he has opened the above Hote and trusts by civility aud attention to Business., to meet with the support of a generous Public. WINES and BEERS of the very best Brands always !--L-pt onhand. First-clasa Accommodation for Travellers and Lodgers Good Stabling and an efficient Groom in constant attendance. ^cSSJTt ET JEU/J£s^?^ EVERLASTING BEMJTY Of tbe SKIN.--- — m bore pwbbessitb byes ^b r^ *. ? in£ **»f^N. &}% Nar white h,ir ,.Z&vZn f/ftt n&WJtlVZ nOl-7AiRl...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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RACING AT BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

UAC1NG AT 11ATUURST, A meeting of gentlemen who take .an in terest in racing, was held ut the Royal Hotel, on Friday night last, for the purpose of form ing an amateur club, to be^enlitled the Ba thutst Picnic Racing Club. About twenty gentlemen were present, and the (/liib duly established. Mr John Lee wos elected Presi dent, Mr James Rutherford, and Mr J. McPhillamy, Vice-Presidents, and Messrs H. Hutchinson, John Lee, junr., and A. Lee were appointed Hon. Sewotaries. A general meeting of the Club will be held on Thurs day next. Racing lms long seemed to hang fire in the district, but now (he matter has been taken up in this manner, it is (o be uoped that greater interest will be taken in it, and that the efforts xtf the club will be seconded by the public. ' UNPLEASANT PREDICAMENT. A terrible experience occurred on Saturday to Mr. James Northcot.t, mining manager of Mr. Lansell's 180 claim, Sandhurst and the well-known bandmaster. According to the ' Bendigo Advertiser,' Mr. North...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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WALCHA [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

WALCHA Yesterday week, the 15th inst.,the coroner of the district, Mr Walsh, held an imquest at Mr Farrell's Hotel, Walcha, touching the death of a young woman, named June Flan nagan, whose body had been recovered from a water-hole in the creek on the same day. It appears the girl was not in her usual frame of mind for several days pre vious to Sunday, 12th inst., when she left her employer's house, where she followed the occupation of a domestic servant. Mak ing no mention of where she was bound, it was thought she had gone to a relative. In the course of the afternoon she was seen by   several persons, who noticed something peculiar in her manner. About sundown she was seen near the water-hole into which it was afterwards ascertained she had thrown herself. Her disappearance naturally caused some stir in the town, but the police were not officially informed of the occurrence for some time. The girl not making her ap pearance a search for her was begun on Wednesday, an...

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BLAYNEY COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

BLAYNEY OOPPEK MINE. From the report of the manager of this niine we make (lie following cheering extract : — ' Iu Mirsilen's shaft ftt the bottom of the underlay shaft, at the depth of 150 feet there is 5 feet of good blank und yellow ore, and the lode is making larger. In the drive at the 119-feet I'ViA iu the vertical abaft for adistance of 49 feet the lode is splendid yellow and black ore, iiv^raging 1CJ feet iu thickness, and this quality of ore still continues as the drive is extended south. In Mark's shaft, about 500 feet to tlie north of Marsdea's shaft; tliete arc two blocks of oie in the drive 1G feet south of the uliaft ; the block on the west side is 16 feet by 12 feet by C feet in depth, and getting thicker going nnrth until it reaches the slmft where it is 12 feet in depth. The other block, on tlie east side of the drive, is 1G feet north by 35 febt east and € feet deep at south end, and is alt,o making Uiijker going north, where it is cut ?.lirougli in the shaft, at w...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 March 1882

LOCAL AND GENEEAL NEWS. Meetdto of Shbepowhebs. — A meeting of rt^ eheepowners of the district took place at the Court-house, Carcoar, on Tuesday last. There was not ft large attendance. Mt J. O. Sodd was «rAfe-] to the chair. The following gentlemen were elected fls Directors for the ensuing current year-— Messrs. B. Stimpson, Carcoar; S. G. Alforo, Oowra; J»mes Hall, Tuena: W. M. Hotherv Cliefden ; H. G. Lomax, Flyer a Greek. A meeting was afterwards TieH under the pro ' visions of the Stock Act, when Messrs Henry -5»tr, Binda, John Fagan, Oarcoar, and J. R. Oksfton, BUyney, were elected Directors to act antwWd with the Sheep Directors of the .district. A aonversation took place as to the advisability of assessing a rate to be paid by cattle and sbeep owners tor the purpose of enabling the Director, to take steps for the destruction of marsupial*. The matter was allowed to stand over till a future meeting. GttAltf.— Mesars. Mort and Co. report that there wa» a large attendance at ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Bunxr Yards. — The celebrated Prince of Wales claim hrs been purchased by W. E. Ebbleu'hite, the well-known mining and share bi'cker of Sydney, and formed into a pro- : jnoter's compauy. Machinery is at once to bo put on the ground. Our readers may i recollect that large sums were offered for shares in this claim from which a very large amount ot gold lias been lodged m tlie Carcoar bank. The assays from the pyrites sent home for analysis prove this to be one of the richest claims iu the colony. We feel sure that this will turn out a grand speculation for those interested, as well as being of groat benefit to the district, as there are now between two and three hundred tons of stone at grass, the suppl- of which appears to be unlimited — 5 men raising 25 tons a day. Water only is required for crushing purposes. The Lichlan. — This river lias never been so low within the memory of tlie oldeet inhabitant, it is now but a chain of green (scum covered wnterholes mid...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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OPEN COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

OPEN COLUMN. [We v/ibli it to be distiuctly umioistood that we. -lo not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

(FUR REMAINING NEWS BEE FOURTH PAGE.) CAUOOAR.— Impounded at Cnrcoar, on tho 13th day of March, 1862, from the cultivation paddock of H. Glasson, Usq., Slatifield ; sum duo at date ot notice, 16s 6d : — Bay or light bay liorse G -3 near Bhoulder, nlar aud small snip, hind foot white, pulled or rat tail, short mnne, about G years, IS hands. If not released will liesnld nn the Cth April, 18R2. G. STAMMER?, l'oundkceper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

HOP BITTERS A11E THE PUREST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from Hops, Bucliu, JLmdrnke (Foilophyllin), and Dandelion. The Olilest, Bast, must Renownert, an.l Vnlu 51W0 MoJicines in l!io Worl.l, and in addition ?contain all Die best and most effective ciiritivo r f jiroiwa-iies o£ all oilier liitteis, boingthc greatest ?» Liver lt«gulator, Bloud Purifier, und life mid P iluallli Restoring Ageut oa linrth. Ask Your Druggist 01 Physician, to Do not suffer or let your friends (suffer, but uso ' ami ureo them to use Hop Hittbhs. Heuiembor, Hoi' BmitRS is no vile, drugged, J drunken nostrum ; but tbu Purest mid Host Medicine ever made, and no person or family 1 should bo without it. H ? Ii VALUABLE TRUTHS. * If you are Buffering fmm poor Leiillb, or 1- n-Tut hing ou a bed of sicklier, lake cheer, for ' 'liOP Bl'lTtolW WILL OURK YOU. ]f you nro a Minister, at:d Lave overworked ycursulf with your pastoral duties ; or a Mutber 'worn out with care mid work, HOP B1TTEUS WILL ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

ODDS AND ENDS. Among oihnr industries wliieli the Heathen Chinese lms attempted to fellow is that of burglaty, one of these gentle and ' innooent creatures having attempted to break into the railway station at Inglewood, Victorirt, Mr Ji.iilcy who was alone on the pri'iuiRCfl tumbled John over with a wiro Cdi'tridsiP, und stopped hiu little gaum. The Melbourne volunteer cimp at Queens cliff will extend frcin Good Friday to iSistur Monday. Sergeant Steel's conduct in firing upon a number of innocent women and children ,it Gleurowaix iuatead of us was his duty to do, rushing the house with tho number of men he had at his command, and seizing the out laws is to be the subject of an enquiry. Trickett han taken up his quarters a1, Putney and is- daily practicing (or his next contest with LUnlan in May next. Tiickelt is in Rao. condition. j-ews !i;is neen received of a terrible earihqurtko i\t Coata liica. tiio BoutliermoBt Httue of Oentnil America. Tha hhocks ex tended over a largo exten...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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FORBES ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

FORliES ANNUAL RACES. The following are the entrances for the Fovbes \nuuiil Hiices to be run on April 4th. Accep tances wj April 10th : — THE TOWN l'LATE. Mr. T. King's ch g Playboy, aged. G. Barnes' bi- h Sidney, 5 years ? , — l-r f Princess Alice, 3 j'cars P. J. Cux's g in Valentine, 5 yours ? br h Soiu'ecl, 3 years . ? br c Britisher, 3 ycai-s C. Burchur's b m Gaiet}', aged ? ch f Derotiun, 3 years John Roche's b or br g Old Joe, Oyr or agil \V. Tluiiii:.s' ch in Dura, 5 yi-s E. T.tvlor's ch g The Swell, -i yea.:s J. M'ponnuU'B blk g Black Jack (Ia».e ICilinaiiy), aged Thomas Quiim's g g Student, 5 years J. Yeoman's ch y Unknown, aged ? br h Partner, 4 years A. Clarke's blk h The Knave, 5 years 1j. Morris' ch g L'lcifer, 5 yeur-i ? ch g Uival (late Paddy-go-Easy) 5 years ? ^ ? br EjFortunalns, 4 }-e.-ira J. Campbell's ch g D-'S[)iitch, 4- ye.ar» A. Toivnselid'8 br u Fireman, 5 years J. Phillips' b!k g Bhickbirii, nucil ll^jrovernor's ch in Minnie Warren, Cyrs E. tl'DummU's gg Sn...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. NOUNT M'DONALD. From tlie ' Moimt McDonald Miner.' Grant's Amalgamated G. MCo., Limited: Mr Williams, manager reports (that No. 1 shaft has been driven north lift 6in., total 3Gft 6iu. There is at grass 55 tons of quartz from this shaft from which a good re turn is expected. No 3 shaft has been driven south 7ft total lift, north drive holed to surface 33ft. 10 tons of fair quartz at crass from this shaft. The flat reef is still about lft thick ; 10 tons of quartz are at at grass from it Prospecting between Nos. 3 and 4 shaft is being continued by 1 man from which work has been raised 12 tons of quartz at grass. No. 5 shaft has been driven north 3ft making a total of 8ft and south 2ft tatal 4ft fiO tons of quartz at grass. No. 1 tunnel.— The open cutting has been ex tended 2ft, total length 31ft, and the tunnel has been driven 5ft making a total length of 56ft, and we haw met with several gold bearing spurs during the week, the ground is more kindly for a reef. N...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

YASS. A man whose name we have been unable to ascertain (says3the ?' Yass Courier ') was admitted into the Yass hospital on Thursday suffering from a broken thigh-bone and severe bruises. It appears that the unfortunate fellow was working in. a shaft on Watson's claim, rear Murrumburrah, and was sus pended in a cask making some repairs to the timbering, when the rope which was fastened to the cask gave way at a splice, and the unfortunate man fell about 10 feet when the cask came in contact with a plank, aud rebounding, threw him into an adjoining shaf,t which is about 100 feet deep, the cask falling on top of him. His life was saved through there being about eight feet of water in the bottom of the shaft

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

TO Tllli EDITOR. Sir, — I am grieved (hut Mr. Burke should have thought tir. to make such very unneces sary comments, aa appeared in a letter from him in your List issue, upon the lecture delivered by Mr. Cobb at Lyndimrst alias Luain a week or two ago. I whs the humble author of the short report that h.is so ollendcd my itev. menu, a-id i called the place whsi-e the lecture w,:s delivered 'Lyndhurst,' first, because I never knew that was not its pi-ope? miiiif, jind second I v, baciiuso if I hud called it ' Lucan ' I am persuaded that nine out of ten jieisons would hate wondered where such a placa existed. With regard to llie name ' Church,' I know that a Iwilriing is not projisrly ontit.'eil to the «|i|iellat.ion until it is consecrated, but surely Mr. Burke will allow that a place set apart lor Divine service »«;/ as a matter of propiiciy be called a church, and it is not very becoming in one, ..who Jnus-j!-rolialjl¥_ Li..-»ii-»wu«ii«g-iiKf; -nie'Wle we have ut ' Lucan ' :m ' Ass...

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MANDURAMA PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

', MANDUftAMLA PONDS. ('from oun cohruspoxdext.' Ploughing operations have commenced, but arc not yet in full swing. No doubt after sufficient moisture has fallen upon the earth, then the farmers will be kept busy preparing their ground for the seed ; but, just yet, the ground is too dry aud hanl to get oil with the work to advantage except where slrony teams are available Some four or iive mouths ago a petition was sent to the Postmaster-General praying that a post ofKce might l-o established here; t^WiJ^S&astec-ieuem!, was of ouiniou not justify the expense of establishing a post oflice ai Mandurama Ponds, and a mail line thereto. Now 1 will admit tliat retrench ment is necessary in all the Government departments, but I think tho refusal of the request is an injustice to all of us in this locality, who have to send six miles and over for our corrcspouduucc in all weathers, to deprive us of a convenience, the want of which is greatly felt, a:)d esi)ocially when we have a ju...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

FOll SAJJB AT this office a few copies of the Surprising Adventures of the Kedoublubl* Knight uf Falcou Bridge, Sir Henry Parkes, on his wuy rouad the word illustrated, by Ooto|iu3. Price, le, Fagan's Coaches. mount McDonald reefs. ON and after SATURDAY Oct. Soli Mu. John Fagan will run a Coach from BLAYNEY aud CARCOAR for MOUNT McDONALD REEFS every Monday, Wednesday, und Friday at 8 a.m. Leaving llussart's Royal Hotel, Blayney after the amval of the morning and evening Mail Trains. Tlie Coach will return from Mount McDonald every Tiiesiiy, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a.m. Fakes frou Blayney to Mount McDonald 15s Booking Offices : — Cobb and Co., Sydney ; Cobb and Co., Balhurst ; Tuunef's Couiiuot cial Hotel, Mount McDonald ; Cobb and Co., Orange. JOHN FAGAN, Proprietor. The Mutual Insurance Society of Victoria (Limited.) SYDNEY BKANCH: No. *), Wynvabd-StkeeTi SvdneT. Directors : JOHN KEEl', ESQ., UH AIRMAN. EBKN'EZEU VIOKIMIY, KSQ. AUPKEW DRVSDALE, ESQ. : J. fUAZElt EWES, ESQ., M.U....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

TrtE probability of the Blaynuy nnd Mur ruinburra.il line running a fe*.v miles to the westward of Carcoar instead of in close proximity to the town is one of those enigmas which it is almost impossible to solve. Mr. Hogg stated as his opinion that the more distant Hue was the better of the two as far as engineering difficulties had to be overcome, but Mr. Hogs is not infallible, ana since xnai unie oilier surveyors guteu with equally as much scientific knowledge as Mr. Hogg have decided that to living the line along in the vicinity of the towu is quite as practicable as by the more distant route, and that the cost of so doing will not exceed that of Hoggs line. But even allow ing that the cost of bringing the line beside the town of Carcoar cost a few thousand more than Hoggs line, are not the people of C«w.na»'--«ititled to have that sum spent '^'S'311 their town. Carcoav is «ne of the oldest towns on this side of the mountains, and has ptid a large amount into the ^Treasury, and ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

j£ IX)CAL AND GENERAL NEWS. 'The wall from the bridge along Icely-street is limy an accomplished fact, and when the space which it encloses is filled up and fenced along it 'will greatly add to the appearance of the town. 'What a wretched job it would have been had the first linejnarked out been followed. An unpleasant accident happened on Monday last to Mr. Leybouroe at the new buildm? being ercctedTjy Mr, Dodd on the Coombing Road. In crossing the joists over the cellar Mr. Ley bourne slipped and fell between them fracturing a rib and receiving a severe shook. We are glad to say he is now fast recovering. From the quantity of filth and rubbish thrown into the bed of the river, which in places has from this reason become unpleasantly offensive to passers-by, we would imagine that the river, upon the water of which a large portion of the -town depends Is also used as the main sewer «f the town, ft combination of services not at all ?calculated to be conducive to the health of the in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

City Mutual Fire 'Inswraaise .Com J yany (Liaitea). Heajj OmcE.1'.: Waterloo Chambers, 468 Geor»--Btreet, Sjds«Y. Capital, LDOO.OOO. Subscribed, LlGO.OOO. DIRECTORS : Hon. M. Fitzpatbick, M.P., Chairman. Joiim T. Tonner, Esq. I P. Hooah .Esq., J.P. Fatbtcv Stanley, bav., J.I'. j?«irt tf tn«s Profits will be Returned to Policy-holders as a Bonus every year. All Damages by Lightning and Gas paid, whether set on fire thereby or not. Fire Itiski accepted at Lowest IUt«». WM. A. MA60N, Local Agent USTEAL1AN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1849. ) T!..« OT.lef.l- Xiilun! Life OlVsoi -?- AuaUtUt.. ^ . iUsiu Oitiif. ?- R7 ''VI2— , iliilVChiTB! : T'.e H-n. Jolsn Smith, O.M.G., MX C, -.Miav.w.n. i J.,Lm li. -';Onu!.:f, liqr, i)«-l)Uiv i Kmi:. ?;-.-!. Ir.aiii I-:. Hi\uF. Kt-i. ! JlobeiiJ. King. Eeq. R. -i. ^cxeii!:, E«i. I G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officers Dr. W. F. McKenzie, L.K.C.P- (Edm.) Actuary 5 I Secretary? Norrioe A. Black, F.I.A. j Alexander J. RaUton. The new business f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882

M.'BoroHatdt, CHRONOMETER MAKER, WATCHMAKER And JEWELLER Adelaide Street, Blnynoy. BEGS to inform tlieihliabitants ofCarcoar and surrounding lustrict, tliut ho has opened a branch establishment ill Blnynoy, with a well seleotod FnsJionabls Stock of all description of ?Gold and Silver Jewellery, Watches and Clocka. Wfllch and Jewellery repairs done in a thorough workmanlike manner. By prompt attention to business N. U. expects a fair sliaro oi' (niblic patronage. J-fr- l'lcaso note the address — N. BOUOHARDT, Adeku'de-streot Bluynoy, and Main-strcot, Lithgov. fs'OTICB TO ADVERTISERS. A DV.ESTISERS wishing any alteration made *'? in their advertisements are informed that a copy of Bitch altera lion must be lodged iu our i.rfioe by NOON ON THURSDAY to insure the p'tttratlm being mode in the next issue, and all J'rvsli Advertisement are requested ti- be I-iui-ied in before KOON an FRIDAY to sceuro iuserliuu. ^hc Cavcoav Chronicle &, BLAVJJEV * COWRA GAZETTE. 1.IU Tllli INJURY OF...

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