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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Gouncil took place at the Court house on Tuesday last, there were present his Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Downey, Pagan, Warner, and Callen. The minutes of hist meeting having been read and passed ALu^ruiau Lfuwnuy usirau wimt* provision had been made to pay for the work ordered to be done by the corporation. The Mayor said that no provision had been made that he knew of. Alderman Downey believed that the bank would advance £100. Alderman Downey proposed tliat a certain sum should be voted for the filling up of the enclosed ground near the bridge, and if it did not cost that sum the money could be spent upon some other work. Alderman Callan who was supported by Alderman Fagan disagreed with Alderman Downey, and thought that the payment of daily wages was better than contract work as if the funds ran short the work could be stopped. Alderman Callen moved that the piece of reclaimed ground beside the bridge be kerbed an...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882

CjEHEDULE 16.— PASTURES AND O STOCK PROTECTION ACT, 1881 AND 1882. Scalo of Sonus for Scalps. Kangaroo ... ??? 6d Wallaby any kind ... 6d Paddyineion ... ... 6d Wallaroo ... ... 6d Babbit ... ... Gd Native Dog with scalp ... 12s 6d Skin as well as scalp to be produced. By order of the Directors, J. W. WEST, Secretary. Dated at Careoar this 22nd day of March, 1882. QUEEN'S BISTHDAY SPOUTS ATHLETIC SPOETS ?will be held upon the CARCOAR CRICKET GROUND, ?upon the QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, (May 24, 1882.) A HANDICAP RACE OF £25 (to be called the Queen's Birthday Handicap) will be amongst the events. The winner to receive £20, 2nd man £3, and the third man £2. H This race will be run in divisions, and the distances will be 100, 150, and 200 yards. A number of other events of which future notice will be given will take place. ? J. W. WEST' Hon. Sec. Department of Lands Sydney, 8tii March, 1882. LAMP SALE. ATTENTION is called to a sale of Crown Lands to be held at the Land Office, Gaxconx, on the 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882

City Mutaal Fixe !InBwa_«e .Com jany (Ltautea), Heap Ofwcm!? Tfaterloo Cha-tos, «8 Georp-Btreat, 8j«U-\ ?Capital, L509/000. Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTORS : How. M. FitzmjebIck, M.P., Chairman. Johk Sek, BSQ..M.P. li^^^^i^P Johk T. Toomcv, Esq. | P. HoaiN, fcso,, J.P. Pateick Stahley, Esy., J-P. **rt of tna Profits will *e Returned to Policy-holders as a Bonus every year. JLU Damage* by Lightning wiS Gas paid, whrther eet on fire thereby or not; | Fir* Bisti accepted at lowest Katw. WM. A. MASON, Local AganV * U8TRAUAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT Established 1848. The Oldwt Mutual Life Office In Australia, j __» Owwa: 87, PITT-STREET, 6TDNEY. Directors : I The Hon. John Smith, C.M.O., M.L.C., ChalrmaD. John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy -Chairman. 3«i_c E. Hives, Es9. ,1 Robert J. King, E»q. 4S. A. Joseph, Esq. 1 Q. A. Murray, E»q. Chief Medical Offioer.t ©r. W.tf.McKenzle, L.R.C.P. (EdU.) Actuary! ll Secretary i Herrlce A, Black, FJ.A. | Alexander J. Raliton. The newbu-new for the year 1880 compr...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882

- - LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. /\ ? Wo have to acknowledge the receipt of the following amounts in aid of the subscription that is being raised to release Messrs. Havnes and Archibald from a most unj ust imprisonment. These gantlomon epake in the cause of morality and flecency, ~ai-a Tor having done so they are virtually sentenced to twelve months imprisonment. The public, however, will not permit such an injustice, and everywhere have lists been opened, ours at present is not a very large one, but we hope to see it rapidly increase : — Rev. J. A. Burke, £1 Is. : \. Friend, £1 Is. ; Amiens, 2s. Cd. ; J. Kenworthy, 2s. Cd. ; J. Smith. 2s. 6d. ; J. Tanner, 5s. The news of Mr. Borchardt the well-known watchmaker and jeweller having started a branch establishment in Blayney, will be re ceived by the inhabitants of Carcoar and the surrounding district with pleasure. There will now be cliance of getting watches, clocks, and jewellery properly repaired without sending them to Sydney. Our coun...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882

One of the oldest towns this side of the Blue Mountains is still without a School of Arts. In spite of tlie liberal offer of the Government to supplement whatever sum is subscribed by the inhabitants for such a purpose, tlie inhabitants refuse to put their Hands in weir pocKets. is it apacny, or is n downright shabbiness, that prevents the people of Carcoar from supporting such a desirable institution t Only the other day the popular voice here was against allowing any wore public houses'within the Municipal boundary, this all will allow was a step in the right direction ; but it must be remem bered that our youths seek for some place of resort and amusement of an evening. God forbid that a public house should be looked upon by the rising generation as the only place where a young man can spend his leisure hours, but such appears to be the case in Carcoar. We have an Academy of Music certainly, but this building is only used when some stroling company arrives in town, and it may be ...

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SALE OF LEASES OF CHURCH AND SCHOOL LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1882

SALE OF LEASES OF CHURCH AND SCHOOL LAND. Notice is hereby given that the following lots of and, forming part of the Church and Bchool Estate, will be offered for lease kJc by ' pubho auction, at Carcoar, ou the 13th April, 1882, at 12 o'clock noon, on the date specified. _ The upset price is fixed to each lot respectively, and the terms and conditions of sale cab be seen in the Government Gazette No. 10S, of the 13th March, 1S62. Ca&SE SiLE OP PASTORAL LOTS IN THE COUNT? OF BATUOBST AT THE POLICE OKKICIS, CAKCOAR. 1,0135. Area more or less, ClOa.. price pbrlot £23 15s parish Calvert. Lot 36. Area more or less 91a., price per lot £23 10s, parish Calvert. Lot 37. Area more or less, 72a, price per lot £27, parish Calvert. Lot 38. Area more or less 120a., pnee per lot £15, parish Calvert. Lot 39- Area more or leBS C3a., price per lot £22 10s, parish Calvert. Lot 40 Area more or less 115a., price per lot £41 5s, parish Calvert. I/it 41. Area more or less 101a., price per lot £37...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. SEUIOUS ACCIDENT. A serious accident occurred at Bathurst on Monday night which might have been fatal. A man named Mulball has been en gaged in sinking a well at a home which is being built by Mocsrs. Mugridge Bros., in Russell-street. The well was finished, water having been reached at a depth of about CO feet. About 6 o'clock last night Mulhall was being drawn up from the bottom of the well by his mate, and had arrived within ten feet of the top when the barrell of the windlass worked loose on the spindle so that tho handle had no control over it. The rope unwound and the man was pre cipitated to the bottom. A number of willing hands were soon on the spot, and the injured inau was brought to the 6urface and conveyed to his home in a spring cart belonging to Messrs. Mugridge. At first it was hoped that he was not much hurt, as he was able, when supported by a man on each side of him, to walk to the cart and to sit up in it whilst being taken home. On an ex amin...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

LOCAL ,AND GENERAL NEWS. -. . ' V * — . A Court of Enquiry under the provisions of the Lands Act Amendment Act of 1876 will be held »f Butlmret Oourt-JiOUBo on the 20th of April.' ;;. -. , ,-: ' .. ' ???-?:? Oarcoiir was visited on Tuesday night by a must welcome downpour of rain, and on Wed nesday heavy showers fell occasionally all day, whilst the heavy clouds about denoted that the rain was not partial. This has had the effect of cooling the sir, and from the appearanoe of the heavens we imagine the drought has at last broken up. A valuable cow belonging to Mr. J. J. Smith was killed on Tuesday morning in a mysterious manner. The animal which is stall fed was released from the stable in order to be milked, when searched for the cow was found dead in the bed of the creek with its neck broken, it is supposed to have gone to the creek for a drink and slipped down the bank. A billiard match came off on Tuesday night at the Royal Hotel, Carcoar, between a local player and F. B. Fanner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

A PUBLIC DINNER WILL BE GIVEN TO GEORGE HAWKE, ESQ., J.P., Ou the occasion of his Departure for England, at RUSSART'S ROYAL HOTEL, BLAYNEY, ON THURSDAY, APRIL G, 18,82. The Chair will be taken at 8 o'clock. Tickets - - - £1 Is. By order of the Committee, S. A. CLARKE, Hon. Secretaiy. HOP BITTERS ARE THE PUREST, AKD BEST, MEDICINE EVElt MADE. Tbey are compiled from Four, Buchu, Mandrake (Podophyllin), and Dandelion. The Oldest, Best, most Uenowned, and Valu- : oble Medicines in the World, and in addition contain al! the best aud most effective curative liropertics of al! other bitters, being the greatest Liver Regulator, Blood Purilier, and fife and H ealth Restoring Agent ou Earth. Auk Your Druggist ol Physician. Do not suffer or let your friends suffer, but use wad urge them to use Ilop Bitters. liemembcr, Hop Bitters is no vile, drugged, drunken nostrum ; but the Purest aud Best Medicine ever inadii, aud no person or family rhould be without it, VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you are Bufferi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

The free-selectors are making a bold -stand (and not before it was time) againBt the crime of dammyism, so prevalent throughout dus-.xobny, so injurious to their interests, and so difficult to battle against The demonstration at Corowa was a grand suc cesss, and shows that the popular voice will yet make itself heard; as stated in the Telegraph. The members of the district ?were lionised and banqueted in recognition of their efforts to promote the free-selector's — ciuse, and in their speeches in response they spoke in told and emphatic terms of the injustice to which the selectors as a body are subjected. M*. Levin would make a short work of dummies and their accomplices .by prosecuting them criminally, and it is difficult to see why any less drastic measures should be adopted. Mr. ? Levin stated that mild measures were of no use in such bases these had been ;tried and failed, and the ?paly plan ,now was to make those who ob laineu Isad by false pretences equally punishable wflfc t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

MANDARIN TEA. t MANDARIN In Introtadng tbb TEA U» proprietor! ukfcriti&lrtrUl, mi It will be found Out It oomtlnei ttxtnga, SsUcuy of Hivou, uaAnmi, tnlthatltiefKe llie jmprletors havi tecUtt tint eeanuun j&ill participate In tht 18 £}llOW8 I— Every Quuter EIGHT (8) SUMS of (£5) FIVE POUNDS eieh will tie given »w»y, maMtip (q Jtunnri Sistllbutlon Of ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY POUNDS (C160). Every picket hu % nnmbir, anS ths Bonuses will 1» allotted amongst tile holdm of Hun pointers on the ART UNION PRINCIPLE. Samples In OUNCE (lor.) PACKETS «n*y U baft free. Ask y«sr Grocer for one. BARKER & JAMES, WEOLESiLI A9SHTS, MARKET ST., SYDNEY. T. H. HELLYEE, SOLICITOR, B a t h u r s t . Communications promptly attended to. ASK FOB m- ' wood & co:s - EH Celebrated Goulburn ° : boots,; THEY SELL BETTER, m FIT MORE COMFORTABLY, ' AND H H WEAR LONGER O ' ° Tban any Others made in N.S.W. O ? Q ? o M Sold Eveei where. W Prince of Wales' Hotel, MOUNT M'DONALD. Being the...

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SALE OF LEASES OF CHURCH AND SCHOOL LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

SALE uF LEASES OF CHUBCH AND SCHOOL LAND. Notioe is hereby given that the following lots of and, forming part of the Church and School Estate, will be offered for lease sale by public auction, at Carooar, on the 13th April, 1882, at 12 o'clock noon, on the date specified. The upset price is fixed to each lot respectively, and the terms and conditions of sale can be seen in the Government Gazette No. 108, of the 13th March, 1882. I.KASK SALE OP PASTORAL LOTS IN THE COUHTT OP BA.THUBST AT THE POLICE OFFICE, CA.EC0AR. Lot 35. Area more or less, 610a.. price per lot £23 15s parish Calyert. Lot 36. Area more or leBS 91a., price per lot £23 15s, parish Calvert. Lot 37. Area more or less, 72a, price per lot £27, parish Calvert.' Lot 38. Area more or less 120a., price per lot £45, parish Calvert, Lot 39. Area more or less 63a., price per lot £22 10s, parish Calvert. Lot 40. Area more or less 115a., price per lot £41 5s, parish Calvert. Lot 41, Area more or less 101a., price per lot £37 10s,...

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NEW COPPER LODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

NEW COPPER LODE. Messrs. McKellar (one of the prospectors of the Mount McDonald goldfield) and Geo. Morris, have again ' boen lucky, and in the neighbourhood of Wahgoolak have struck upon a rich copper lode immediately adjoin ing the claims of S. Marsdeii and William Rosewarne, Mr, .George Morris is an ex perienced coppermineriiaving 'worked upon nearly, every copper field in these colonies, and hefound indications -upon the surface of a very rich lode aud of a ?superior mine. A short search opened up a very rich vein of grey ore, which '.was at this spot narrow, a further -search resulted in^the '(discovery of a lode five feet -thick 'upon the surface con taining rich corbonato-an'd grejrore, this lode dipped suddenly, &nd Messrs. 'McKellar and Morris are now sinking, a ' downrighter ' or straight shaft 'some little distance from the lode^whichthey expepfc 'to ciifc at a depth of from'30 to 3D feet This discovery is a most important. orio 'for the 'onStrlcti and will doubji...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 27th March, 1882. (Before the Police Magistrate, and T. Fitzpatrick, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 27th March, 1882. (Before the Police Magistrate, and T. Fitzpatrick, Esq., J.P.) James Baker was charged with stealing from the person of Patrick Dwyer a purse containing two ten pound notes, one five pound note, and two one pound notes. Messrs Dodd and North appeatod for the accused. Patrick Dwyer deposed: I am a farmer at Mount Macquarie ; I came into Carcoar on the 22nd inst. about 10 a.m. ; [ went to Mi'. Corry's ; I had a cheque from Hawke and Plumb for £86 7s. 8d. ; I went to the Commercial Bank and got change ; I received 8 £10 notes, a £5, and a £1 note, and the balance in small change ; I then went back to Corry's and paid him i £10 notes, a £5, and a £1, and some silver ; I went back to the bank and got 2 of the £10 notes changed ; I received three fives, four ones, anj one pound in silver; I tlien went to Calieu's and paid Mrs. Caileu 3 £1 notes ; I then started to go home ; before going far I met a man coming in to whom I owed some money, a...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. TUOUNT Ttt'DOSTAED. (From the ' Mount McDonald Xliner.') West 'Balmoral G.M. 13©., (Limited,) JVIr R. J. Champion, manager, report1?: — During the past week Hie &innel has been driven 3ft. Gin. making -a total from the entrance of H 2ft Gin. The ground is curly and very hard. Only two shifts are employed, but as soon as the smith's shop is completed and fitted up we will start with 3 shifts. The cross-cut during the same period has been aflvanoecl 1ft Gin, the total distance now cut is lift -6in the ground is still hard. The eastehaft has been sunk 6ft, the ground is harder than on the surface. After putting up a windlass, we will start 2 shifts if ex perienced .miners are procurable. Prospect ing is carried on by means of an open trench, the stone isdipping .very fast to the north with an underlie to the east, the reef is at present -3Bb 'wide. Tlio contract for the erection *of «the smith's shop is to be com pleted-on'flie 23rd ult. 'Gkant's.A.matajama...

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THE BULLETIN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

THE BULLETIN CASE. A public meeting, called by the Mayor pf ? Paddington in compliance with a requistion, was held on Tuesday evening, at the local council chambers, for the purpose of consid ering the propriety of giving ah expression of sympathy with Messrs Haynes and Archi bald, two of the proprietors of the Bulletin, and to consider ,the adviseability of taking measures to obtain an amendment in the law of libel. Tho Mayor of Paddington (Mr W. Brown) occupied the chair, and the at tendance was only moderate. The Mayor explained the objects of the meeting, and said the community of Sydney were indebted to Messrs Haynes and Archibald' for the services they had rendered in exposing the the di«gracf ul scenes which had taken place at Clontarf. He read letters of apology from Mr J. F. Burns, M.L.A. Captain Dean, and Messrs Butler and Watt MrHezlet, M.L.A., moved the first resolution, as follows : —That in the opinion of this meeting the article in the Bulletin relating to Clontarf, a...

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YE LAYE OF YE BOBBYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

YE LAYE OF YE BOBBYE. [BY ' KULL4 NCLLA.'] Oh 1 I'm License Act mad t I'm License Act mad-1 And every publican that's to be had, 'I'll have him right quick, I will, bedad. Like winking. Round all the bads: wsysril-steaitbfly'snea'k. 'Through crannies and doors cat-like I'll 'kreek,' And 111 cop the whole fet i£ -I watch for a week. Without blinking. Oh ! I'm License Acfttnad'l I'm License Act mad ! And I'll make every publican mighty sad, For I amijusta smart and wonderful lad, ?Believe me. It's after 11 through keyholes I'll peep, And soft through the halls like a tomoat IU1 creep, For there's none oE them all tuattafatlf enough deep 3.'o deceive me. Oh I I'm License Ant mud's 4*m License Act mad! And my heart bumps about so .gleeful and glad, *Wheu some unwary barumd bo cutely I've bad, So jolly. -And whenmUBic'I hear in some private room near, il bounce in at once and I interfere With ''You oau't-be ajplaying no planner here,'' By golly. Tor I'm License Act mad 1 I'm License Act ...

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MANDURAMA PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

jK MANDURAMA PONDS. (PBOM OUH COBRESPOND-ENT.) : Ou Tuesday night we had a heavy tlmnder *storm and on Wednesday two showers fell ' through the day, -wliich'have had the desired 'effect of cooling the air. The roasting process 1 is now over, I may presume, for a few months, 'which is a happv thought if it is only to keep ?one's temper'Ciilm after being driven almost to ?-despair by the b»at, flies, wind and dust. ' Mr. Davis, 'luspector of conditional pur chases, was here last week taking note of the ?improvements made upon the -selections. ^Whether 'all have satisfied tlie requirements -of the act ?will be known 'hereafter. Mr. J. Cody's tender- for the erection of a '-new Public School building at this place has ?been accepted. -Mr. Sergeant has taken the J^Job of making the brtcka. He is out here ? and hopes to commence operations on Friday - or Saturday. The buildings which have been ?Mised for school purposes for the last ' 9 ov~2Q .''years, will, no doubt, soon be pensioned of...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. » ? . Snake.— The name of the snake you refer to is ?death adder, not deaf adder. The death adder (AcanthopisAutartiza) is, according to KreflTs work on Australian snakes, the only member of the family ' Viperidoe ' known to inhabit Australia, from the peculiar shape of the 'tail, which ends in a horny excrescence somewhat resembing the sting of a scorpion, it has been imagined tliat this snake stings as well as bites, but such an idea is erroneous; its power of injury is entirely onfined to its bite. The horny excrescence on the tail is quite solid and ?contains no poison gland whatever.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882

City Mutual Fire 'Insurance .Com yany (Limited), Head Offpobh'? Waterloo Chambers, 458 George-rtreet, Sydney. Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTORS! Hon. M. Fbzpateick, M.P., Chairman. Johw Seb, Esq., M.P. I J. P. Garvan, Esq., M,P. John T. Toohuv, Esq. 4 P. H00A.N, Esq., J.P. Patrick STAmtEr, Esy., J.E. *drt of the Profits will be Returned to Policy-holders as a Bonus every year. All Damages by lightning and Gas paid, whether Bet on fire thereby or not; Fire Risks accepted at Lowest Rates. WM. A. MASON, Local Agent, USTKAUAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1849. The Oldest Mutual Life Office in Australia. Hbad OmcE : 87, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors : The Hon. John Smith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives, Esq. I Robert J. King, Esq. «. A. Joseph, Esq. | G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer: Dr. W. F. McKenzie, L.R.C.P. (Edin.) Acteary* I Secretary : Worrice A. Blaofc, F.LA. | Alexander J. Ralston. The new busi...

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