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MELBOURNE, LONDON, THURSDAY MARCH 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882
MELBOURNE, TnunsDAY. It is rumoured that on tho re-assesiibling of Parliament a want of conlidence motion will be proposed. Berry visits Sydney to attend a political demonstration of his supporters. The Australian cricketers left per Assam. LONDON, Maucii 2Gth. At a meeting of Australian colonists at the Bank of New South Wales it was resolved to invite Sir Henry Parkcs to a banquet scon after his arrival iu England, and a committee was formed to tarry out the project The Auitrican Minister iu London lias ber-n instructed to ask the British Govern ment to bring American subjects imprisoned uii.ler Irish Coercion Act to speedy trial. ^President Brand has accepted the Gram! Cress of St. Michael and .^t. George o/iei-ed hiu by the Queen. 'jhe competition in wool is increasing. The market is firmer for combing and clothing advanced Id. to lid. Scoured has risen Id. Tallow, Hat ; mutton £+3, beef £o9.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ARTESIAN WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ARTESIAN WELL. Owing to the prolonged dry weather, tho scarcity of water in most of the suburbs has of late been such that the precious element has had to be purchased . by many persons at a high rate. Residents of Marrickville have, in common with other suburbanites, been sufferers in this respect ; and Mr. Beaumont, of Colchester Hall, Marrickville-road, deter mined to make an effort to obtain a local supply by boring, For this purpose he procured the services of Mr. W. Sheridan, who, about three weeks ago, commenced operations with an American rock drill on Mr. Beaumont's estate, and on Thursday last succeded in tapping, at a depth of 1G0 ? feet, what appeal's to be a permanent supply of excellent water. The drill used is capable of going down 300 feet; it is a 5-inch drill for the first 100 feet, and decreases one-eighth ' of an inch in each of the other 200 feet It : is driven by a 4-horse power «?-''''» ?-.'?? »v;+! the exception of the time t ? .-? . ii ?...
ODDFELLOWSHIP. OPENING OF THE LOYAL BALMORAL LODGE AT MOUNT McDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882
ODDFELLOWSHIP. OPENING OF TUB LOYAL BALMORAL LODGE AT MOUNT MCDONALD. \Wil;ipstl:iy 1'ist being llm -lny njipniuled for llm opeuiiis; the new Lodge under the Manchester Unify Outer of OJilfollou'ri, a lurgu number of visitois arrivuil to assist iu (Iip ceremony, 'and .tmongat the number were Brothers S'.ick, Provincial, O.S. ; Bjrm.at, P.P.G Jl ; E. 3. Vox, P.P.G.M. ; four liietuien iiom the Cowra Jjodge, iniir irom Bitliuist, one IVnin Grenlell, one from Lith K'jw, Oniugtt one, Pculwood one, uiul several from Victorian Lodges. The Lnd-;e \v:is cpeiied by Brother Slack, and assisted by BioUipi-b Raniett siiul Fox, the last two being members of tho Bo;trc of Directors, nnd con sideriiijt tiier° are only 7 directors iu Now South Wall's it wufi it coni|-liiiii'nt to this town to liiivn two of their number pressnt. Tlie mpclitig wast held at Hmigh's Prince of Wales Hotel. Sixteen members were passed Y-y tlie doc'.or nnd inilmtatl into tin: inys'«ri-;s of the onlur, this «';is consideii....
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882
TELEGKAPH10 INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FlUDAY, 3 P M. A si-lendid nu'jgct was found in Forster's claim Tomora weighing 153 ounces. Judge Windcyfcr was unable to lak« his seat on the bench through an accident occa sioned by breaking of a cab step. Tha injury to the rolling stock by the Camdeu tramway accident does not exceed twenty pounds, the enquiry is not yet con cluded. The Chairman of the booksellers picnic yesterday said thoro was a stream of literary garbage trickling through the Sydney custom house worse for the youth of the country than small-pox which hid taken so long to stamp out. Alfred Fairfax who returned from London yesterday reports sales of various properties, the Star of Peace Company to Hawkins Hill Consolidated G.M. Company. H.omchush stock sales, best cat'.lo worth 25s. n«r hundred pounds ; sheep dull of salo, one lot of prime wethers reached 13s. 3d. Michael F. Molloy, storekeeper, Blayney, lias been committed on three charges of defrauding his creditors.
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. ENGLISH ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. ENGLISH ELEVEN. The following are the scores of the members of these two teams »p to Monday evening : — English Elevek. — First innings. Ulyett, c Blackham, b Garrott ...149 Barlow, c Blackham, b Garrctt ... 16 Selby, b Spfforth ... ... 7 Bates, st Blackham, b Garrott ...23 Shrewsbury, lbw, b Palmer ... 1 Midwinter, c Palffier, b Boyle ...21 Scotton, st Blackham, bGiflen ... 20 Emmett, b Giffen ... ...27 Shaw, c Murdoch, b Garrett ... 3 Peate, c and bGarrett... ... 13 Pilling, not out ... ... 6 Sundries ... ... 17 Total ... ...309 AuBTRiLun Eleven.— First Innings. Bannerman, c and b Midwinter ...37 Horan, c and b Midwinter ... 20 Murdook, b Midwinter ... 85 Massie, c Emmett, b Shaw ... 19 Giffen, c Scotton, b Peate ... 14 M'Donnell, c Barlow b Elliott ...62 Blackham, b Midwinter c Pilling ... 6 Garrett, c Ulyett, b BateB ... 32 Boyle, c Shrewsbury, b BateB ... 6 Spofforth, not out ... ... 3 Sundries ... ... 16 Total ... ...300 Tho match resulted in a draw.
GA[?]LEY SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882
G V^LEY SWAMP. /FH0M foVK COUJ»KPON!)*CT.) ? n iin this week is ' lio ram. Un Slj CI'.V aaerno01l wehad only a few drops, Jiiu.suay aiCj(T]iboH1,s at Mandui-ama Ponds while our »%Jacretonnwllicll lasted about * aIte Surely Pluvius must have S^Ste. I wish Jic. would enrol us weeks' until v:m for tlie next two or three Then wo. viour wants arc amply supplied: Iiim .i!\d lii'L'iiuild ston our gruniblins about Digby, sour-, our crushing. » Dig'iy, juur.,J|is still trenching, ing for somesf aud party a e now prospect alluvial sbkiiigShing more profitable tlian Tucker and ]g, Wade and riftarty are prospecting. 1 n M ulally^arty ai-3 also at the same work, work this visits paddock there has been no come to tlie rok. Shaft 1 i feet deep ; not yet Itowo and jpcu. vein in t!ic %arty are still sinking on the piecos of the sftih shaft. Occasionally s%all in the mortar bne from this shaft are crushed obtained. Five '? and good prospects are week. The stone -r six to:is were raised this Specks of...
MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 18 March 1882
MOLONG. ifFDOJI OUH COUUESPOXDEKT.) Monday last was set ap.ut as a day of humiliation and prayer for rain, for a united set-vine to be held in the largo hall of the School of Aite. At tli« invitation of the Revs. P. M. Dulryuiple (Church of England), nnd T. Moore (Wtsleyau), the business people of the town closed their establish ments, and to the honour of them all they oiu^Lij. uuom vcu uivir engageinenr. xne service waa arranged f--i- 11 o'clock a.m., and at that hour the hu!J \v,,s densely crowded by a most respectable audience of all sections of the community at large numbers of whom came in from the country. Tiio Hev. F. M. Dalrympli) conducted the devotional part commencing with the Litany. A lesson ap propriate to the occasion was then rend, and after a hymn had been snug the Rev. IV Moore delivered a \uvy excellent address. An extempore prayer by the Rev. P. Mi Daliymjile and a few minuted of silent prayer by the congregation brought the proceedings to a close. To the credit...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
ODDS AND ENDS. The Duke of Edinburgh will preside at Sir Henry Parkes' banquet in London. Bismarck states that all his energies will be devoted to preserve peace. Peace would probably preserve itself if Bismarck et Cie. would let it alone. Another Chinese banquet to the Adelaide Ministers up North. The proceedings were vafv rnur/iv Two children, poisoned by bad water at Rochester. Enormously rich finds of gold have been made at the Hanging B-ck. Nine pounds' weight per day has been taken out of Kozica's reef. Complaints are made of tho increasing frequency of daring burglaries in Melbourne, and the efficiency of the detective police is called in question. ? Soloman and J. £, Laycock pull to-day, Saturday, for £25 a-side. On Monday Edwards and Gascoigne pull. Sir Henry Parkes in London, and no serious disturbance of the city's life. Miss Gardiner, the young lady, stabbed by the German man-of-war's man, was very ill on Wednesday. The young man Dew, shot by Christie at Onions Point, is...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
SCHEDULE 17.— PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION ACT, 1880-81. . Neticfl of Bate of Assessment. NOTICE is hereby given that tho Board of Directors for the District of Carooar acting under the abovenamed Act have this day rnado a rate of Twopence per Head on Large Stock (horses and cattle), and One Shilling and Six ponce per Hundred on Sheep : 'and all owners of Ten Large Stock or Ono Hundred Shoep arc required forthwith to pay the amounts due by them respectively, according to the assessment hereby made, to the Seoretary.— Dated at Carcoar this 22nd day of March,. 1882. By order of tho Directors, J. W. WEST, Secretary.
CONDILIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
CONDILIONAL PURCHASES. Declarations having been received under the 18th I clause of the Crown Lands Alionalion Act of 18C1, \ as to the fulfilment of the conditions of residence and improvements upon the undermentioned Con ditional Purchasss, in the district of Carcoar, the claims of the holders thereof bave now been severally referred, as hereunder detailed, to Whittingdale JohnBton, Esq., Commissioner, pur suant to the Lands Act Amendment Act, isre. Name of selector, Bayliss, David Louison (selected by Jaincs Hobert Everett) data o selection, 19tn August, ioio , area, ou» , county Bathurst, parish Bracebridge Name of selector, Brausou, Harry | date of selection. 12th August, 1875; area 320a, county Georgiana, parish Julong Name of selector, same j data of selection Jlst January, I1S76 ; area 80a, county Georgiaaa, parish JuuSng Name of selector, Cain, William ; (selected by William Thompson) ; date of selection 28th January, 1875 ; area 40a, county Batburst ttatish Lucan , . Name ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
MANDARIN TEA. w« MANDARIN QV / /n%?nv/A ta btnfalngtUi Vrf U$fl))l *\ m tt» proprietor* \*V -C£-v YZF* mi it will fee tart ^'^ 'vw^i,/'*! ? tiiit It conU&M \aJ fgH EtrmeUi, SeUetey tf yfllV fejPl ruvour, md torn*, ill i3 aadtbttftiafne Uf \j firem adulteration. - ^T.AJJ'--iS-n Wit pwprirtow hftw IvTW^E^orl dwldet that IvvnI^^^^OSI \ CQBIUDlfttf SlUll |^£JgodciW partlolf ite In the fgpfigy^ H follow. :- JhBT tuitorXIOHT (8) SUMS tt (£5) FIVE POUNDS tun will t« efren »w»y, nalone u Annul Siitrftutton of OKCHUNDRED AND SIXTY POUNDS (O.60). Every picket au nmmttr, ml the Bomiisi will lie ilbttrt unongit the aoUen cf these nnmttra m the ART UNION PRINCIPLE. Eunplu in OUNCE a oi.l PACKETS mty fee bt£ fr«. Uk your Broc»r for one. BARKER & JAMES, wbolsuu imim, MARKET ST., 8YONEV. FOR SALE A T ibis office a few copies of the Surprising _QL Adventures of the Redoubtable Knight of Falcon Bridge, Sir Henry Purkes, on his way round the word illustrated, by Octopus. Price, Is, Fag...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
NOTICE. ALL business communications in connec tion with the Carcoar Chronicle and Mouitf McDonald Miner must be sent to the EDITOR and not to Mrs. BOYLE. Compliance with tliis notice will prevent delay iu the transaction of business. InOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISERS wishing unv alteration made jn t.hoir nHv«rris-'iiieiitB are informed that », co'ny of such Alteration must he lodged in our office by NOON ON THURSDAY to insure the alteration Iwinii made in the next issue, and all Fresh Advertisements are requested to be Wed in before NOON on FRIDAY to 'secure iuscrtion. flic ffarcoac Chronicle & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. VOK THE INJt'RY OF tfiVB, FOR I'HB OOOO OF ALL hATUULlAV, MAilCH 25, 1882.
LATEST MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
LATEST MINING NEWS. (BY TELECiUAPU TO THE ECHO ) A nice nugget, weighing 29oz was found at Mudgeo, at Meroo, and sold to the Com mercial Bank here. Quirey and Whelan, Temora, whose claim forms part of the new part of tho new Adelaide company to work the Agnes Keef, admit picking out of their claim, almost without any work, over 12 lbs weiglit of gold. ? if
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
TELEUllAPHIO INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 3 p.m. In the conference of city and suburban Mayors yetordny to consider matters relating to the water supply it was openly stated that the Company's meters were designedly con structed to registci three per cunt, over actual vuuouui|iMv;ua The Protection nnd Political Leigne hold a monster meeting in Sydney on I7t.li April, when Graham Berry has signified his in tention of heing present. A lad, 16 years of age, was caught in tho bolt of Seamer's saw mills and sustained a fracture of his right leg, left tliigh, and right arm. Mr, E. Mann, manager of the Colonial Fira Office, has lost the entire sight of one eye through a hot cinder from 11 train engine. The distress at Mount Browne fails to bo exageruted. The tender of Messrs. Bryant and Kowe has been accepted by the Victorian Govern ment for the construction of the railway from Wadonga to the Murray River for £24,500. Hesper is scratched for tho Sydney Cup, and Kohincor for all autumn eng...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
MINING INTELLIGENCE. ? ? u MOUNT M'DONALD. Grant's AmalgmatedG.M. Co., Limited, Mr Williams, manager reports : — No. 1 shaft has been driven up to the south boundary 3ft 6in total 35ft 6in. We have stoped 10ft long and 6ft high, and driven north lift making a total of 43ft, the reef varviner from lft to 18in of good solid quartz very easily worked, and carrying the usual average of gold. We bave now holed to Patterson's claim and have laid on the, course of the reef in our own claim and Patterson's about 360ft. 'No. 3 shaft has been driven south 5ft mak ing a total or 16ft,' the reef is here 2ft wide, and very mullocky carrying a little gold. No. 5 sliaft has been driven north 4ft total 12ft, the reef is 2ift wide carrying a little gold we hai'e driven south lft, total 5ft, the reef is 3ft wide and carries a little gold. No. 1 tunnel has been driven 15ft this week, total 19ft. No 2 tunnel lias been driven 4ft Gin making a total of 60ft 6111 is at pre sent in a hard bar of ground. No...
NOTICE TO APPLICANTS FOR GOLDMINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
NOTJCE TO APPLICANTS FOR GOLD S/ MINING LEASES. / ^ ? Notice is hereby given that tUe undermen tioned Guldmining Leases are now ready for delivery. Name, J. Findlay and others, area 8a, county of Bathurst, parish Dunleary. Name, J. ST, Jordan ard others, area, 5a, county Bathuist, parish Dunleary. Name. M. O'Brien and others, area 6a. countv of Bathurst, parish Dunleary. Name, E. J, Fox and others, area C.i, county of Bathurst, parish Dunleary. Name, J, A. Fiiend, and others area 5;\, county Bathurst, parish Dunleary, Name, \V. Tanner, jun., and others, area 5a, county Bathurst, parish Dunleary, Name, A. T. O. Single and others, area 3a 2r, cuunty Batburst, parish Dunleary. Name, A. J. C. Single and otliera, area 2a, couuty Bathurst, parish Dunleary. Name, Isaac Grant and others, area, 5a cuunty Bathurst, parish Dunleary. Name, Peter Cassidy and others, area fia, county Batliurst, parish Dunleary. Name, John Patterson and others, area 5a, county Bathurst, parish Dunleary. Name, J . ...
INDIGNATION MEETING AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
INDIGNA.TION MRKTINGAT BLAYNEY. An indignation meeting was held at Hus sar's Hotel Blayney, on Tuesday to pro test against the the destruction of timber on Church and School Lands leased by Mr Lomax. Mr S. A Clarke occupied tho chair. TI13 first resolution proposed by Mr JL B. Gil krist, and sconded by Mr S. Marsden was ' Tbat the residents of the Blayney district in puYiHc meeting assembled do hnreby express their indignation at tj;c wanton waato of valuable timber on the Church and School Lands lease ky Mr. Lomax and which are situated between Brown's Creek and tbe main road from Carcoar to Blayney, iu the parishes of Errol and Lindsay, tbe said damage being don« by ringbarking which ia now being carried'on under tbe direction of the lessee.' It was proposed hy Mr Mcllor and seconded by Mr Heaton. ?' That the attention of the Minister for Educa tion should be directed to the great hardships which the owners of timber and emd licenses labour under through being prevented by Mr. Lor...
MISCELLANEOUS MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
MISCELLANEOUS MIXING. The mining manager of the Grand Papu Mining Company, Limited, states that pig lead obtained from the first smelting, assays 40oz pure gold and 30oz silver, per ton of lead. The manager of the Union Jack Company, P*»rmrf4nlfv Vinfnria. rfinnr+js fVint. f.lio nnllc a»v- coming iu well, and work will be resumed shortly. The mining manager of the Star of the South Gold-mining Company, No Liability, Dromedary, reports on March 18 as follows : ?' The tunnel has been driven a further 6 feet, making in all about 17 feet. Stopped work ing in the tunnel on Wednesday night, and started making road for tramway, and which I expect to finish on the 25th instant ; will then put three shifts of men on instead of only one, as at present. The reef is making thicker again, and is now about 10 inches, and prospects looking very well. There are about 6 tons of atone at grass.'
CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 21st March, 1882. (Before the Police Magistrate, and T. Fitzpatrick, Esq., J.P) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
v7 carcoar police court. / ^ ? ♦ ? ' Tuesday, 21st March, 1882. (Before the tPolice Magistrate, and T. Fitzpatrick, Esq., J.P ) James Ryan was charged with escaping from the lawful custody of the polico. It appears that prisoner had been taken to the lock-up on a charge of using obscene language and from thence he ran away. He after wards gave himself up and ho was on Monday filled on the clianre of usinsr bad lansruaire. but owing to there being no second magistrate present, he -was remanded on the charge of escaping from custody. The police with drew this, charge after the prisoner had been locked up upon it for 24 hours, and substituted a charge of resisting the police when he was first arrested, to this he pleaded guilty and was fined 10s. The question now is what charge was the defendant incarce rated for 24 hours for, it was iirst stated for escaping from custody, but finding that cliarge would not hold water, a second one was entered on the sheet, just previous to his being b...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. A. H. PRINCE AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE u A. H. PBINCE AND' CO. '8 BEPOIIT, Tho markets show a little improvement cince our last and quotations are firmer. Hay.— Prime oaten bundles and trusses, 6s to 7s ; medium, 5s 3d to 5s 9d ; inferior. 4s to 4s EM. Oaten bales, superior, Cs to 6s 7d ; medium, 6s 3d to 5s Od. Wheaten bundles, 4s Cd to 5b Gd j do. sheaves, Is Cd to 5s 3d. Oaten and wheaten bales, Ra HA tn Ra Lucerne. — There is very little alteration to report. Prime green Windsor trusses, firm at 5s to 5s Gd ; medium and inferior, 3s 9d to 4s 3d. Best northern bales, 4s (id to 4s 9d ; medium, 3s 6d to 4a. Northern oaten and wheaten baUs, dull at 5s. Chaff. — Prime oaten, verv scarce and in good demand at 0s to 6a (id ; medium, 5s to fis Oil ; cut straw 3s to 3s Gd ; cavings, dull at 2s to 2s 3d ; Victorian chaff, firm at 0s. Straw.— Tne market hasbeeu considerably over stocked of late, and prices bave fallen considerably. Bundles are dull al 3s 6d to 3s M ; boles, 3s to 3s 4d. Tasmanian straw, ...