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TO THE HON. SAUL SAMUEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

TO THE HON. SAUL SAMDEL SiEj— In your address, at the opening of the Carcoar Post-office, you stated that the chief cause of papers, and letters miscarrying was owing to tte^eglect of pereonB Bending and directing the same. There may be solirtry instances of this kind oocurring, but wi- wish to draw your attention tt Hie way in which our 'papers are ajiscarriod. On Friday night last wur jsiayjieypepers were poste^,in the Carteoar office in time to catch the down mails, and should have laen delivered at Blayney- on Saturday morning. Our Constituents applied as usual for theu papers, but did not get them until Sunday naming. This neglect caused a great deal of inconvenience to our subscribers and annoyance to ourselves, and we shall feel obliged it you will kindly investigate the cause of this gross negligence. We ijnay state that this is uot a solitary instance of the neglect which we experience at the hands of (he postal officials in this district. i' We are. yours, 4w.f BOYLE &...

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THE CARCOAR SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

THE GAEOOAR SHOW. On Tuesday next, tbo Second Exhibition of the Carconr Agricultural and Puftoral Asso ciation will take piece on the CrioJret Ground, and as far bb t;ie arrangements have as yet gone, n grand iiuccess is anticipated. The programme has been compiled very carefully, unJ every inducement has been held out to the people of the liatrict to exhibit in th. various slasses. There ia no better method of testing the fertility or richness of ft dis. trict t'in by an exhibition of this kind, and it is of the greatest importance to the wel fare of the district thaV its importance and J richness should lie practically demonstrated. Peoplo who have lived in the district for any ? length of time know that it is capable of ' ' producing or growing anything. They kno -v that all they have to do is to tickle the land in our district wiUi a hoe, and it will smile a harvest. But thero is something more wanting. It Is a great boon to be blessed ?with fertll? land, but there must be added...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 March 1879

CARGO AR ltufal & Pastoral Association NN^L SHOW p tke Car coar Cricket Ground, on Tuesday, April 1. m v stVrize, 40a., 2nd ]j ;Trizp, 20b j) ,t J.Vize, 40s, 2nd y D -riw,20s |, je, lit Prize, 40a, ]j yrs. Prize, 20s j) lit Vme, 40a, Slid \] „, Vrite. 20a rj ,re», to be tried on jj ,tte or Mare, tn be rj J.2«* I] 1st Prize, 20s, 2nd fl it Prize, 20a., 2nd L. 20s 5 Lriilieuby a Jaily, j, L,' Hackney, in com- , Uiding \Vhi|i . J |3ft 6 to 4ft « ; Ib j U, 20s } h.n.la ; Prize, 203 J -| purposes, 20s , ow», with Waggon j rite 20s, 2nd ditto,, I j Prizfl. 20 1 * rize, aflj, 2nd ditto, j; n, J'rize, 20s I PriK-i, 20a, 2nd ditto « Prili', 20s I'riie, 30s, 2nd ditto Prisw, 20« 1st Prize. 20a, 2nd 'rite, 20s r'iu 3ft(, 2nd ditto, B,Pr.z)-!0s jr^ '-*/' .??.-T^Sud 1st frize, 20», 2ud nny age, lat Priae, »ny age, '8t l'riie, . ? -( ^ I! ; Isi l'rize, 20', 2nd lrt Prize, 20s, 2nd jiving t!iu greatest milk ; )-t Piize, 2Oa ee?. ?; Ivizi, i)a :(ls 188.' 20' «? 1. doostor Lambs ; |! »'.y hr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

Important Notice to SVflJtMEBS. THTC Undersigned is a CASH P V UCH ASER of WHE A.T in any 'Quantity, , at the Uigliest Market Price. John H. Cony. ^Eht Cavcoac Chnmicb & BLAYXEY &; COWRA GAZETTE. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1*7!). fi^fUmjuRVOF N'JNR, PORTHS nooi- OF AM,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

CO M PA NKI JC8 . Australian Mutual Fire Society Capital, £100,000, WitliJ'ower to increasoto £1,000,000. BonuseB— 20 par cent each {or 2nd, 3r-l, 4th &nd 5th years. Directors — Hon. Saiin Sutherland*, Eaij., M.P., Chairman ; Manuel F. Josephs'!!, Esi|. ; Wil liam iT. Day, lCsq. ; John Wetbcrill, Eon. : William Hc'zlett, Esq. Manager : WALTKR CHURCH. ONLY MUTUAL FIRE SOCIETY giving POLICY HOLDERS PROFITS every year. Policy holders am perfectly free by law from all liability. Prompt ami lihcinl settlements for Cues. Damage Iiy Li^'htninp ami Explosions )-y Gas paid. Firo Insurances at IX) WEST HATES. .1. O. DODD, Agfiut for rareoar and District. Ageilt for Blayney, O. HAWKE, .Tun. Agent for Cowra, T. BIOAL'T. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Established 18C9. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. Principal Office : 6E0H(SE AND WYKYARD STREETS, SYDNEY. BONUS YEAR, 1878-9. SPECIAL NOTICE The Second Quinquennium will clows on the 30th .liine, 187!), when the Profits will be ...

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THE FORTHCOMING INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

THE FORTHCOMING INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. Advance Attstealia ! should ever be the motto and watchwmrd of everynne having the future welfare and prosperity of thin wonderful settle ment of the southern hemisphere at heart As A community we have already shown the world what indomitable pluck and perseverance will accomplish in'a very short time. As our late worthy Guveruer Sir HeicuUs Robinson not long since remarked at the unveiling of the statue to Captain Cook, 'It only seeins like the otluT day when that trave and intrepid seaman first landed on these shorns and found every thing in s wild and primitive state. Little aid he dream that what must then have appeared to him nothing but a barren wilderness would ul timately become through the brave energy of ita pioneers a great and civilized nation, able to hold its own in the march of progress with any other civilized community in the world.' The eyes of Europe of late years have been opened as to the fast growing importance of these...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

SALE OF CliUKUH AND SCHOOL LANDS AT liLAl'MKV. Notice is given in tiie ' Government G.izctte ' that die following I^ots of LaiH, forming part of tlie Uliuicli an.1 School Fatate. will be ottcieJ fir sale by auction, at the unleiuioutionel place at Twelve o'clock noon on the -iay ~[iecitiu 1, ai tiie uj)-ut price ailixsd to eacb lot r-i- pecii 1 ely. (Uqiosit 25 per cent.) ON WliDNCSDAT, ITH OP ZVSE, 187!1. ixiw.v Lore. Lots A B 0 D E. of scctiuii 1, eac'i c .ntaining ] rool 85 perches iu eaeii, county ot' Bathur.-i, narisues ofLimUay aud Village oi Ulaynuy ; siiuatei bs- j twecn Farm, Adelaide, ilana mil Hiil isaeet, VJl-bUt iiricc, £30. j Lots F G H IJ, of scciion 2. containing lr 38p. ] Ir. 31». 3r., 2r. (in. an I 2r iv»jiotti»uiy,'i;uumy of! Bathurst. ])arisli of l^in l.-ay, .-iluateii IilW-h::! Kurm,] Adelaide, M.-u-i', nnd Ojrilvv Sirwis an 1 liailwayj Itux-'i-re. CpM-t lirico— i.ut F £50 ; ti i.Vi : H i3i) ; j I J~M : J *«J. I LutK K L 11 S O P of pection 15, containing 2r8p. ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tiir. ubuhI fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Tuesday evening last. Present— HU Worship the Mayor (in tho chair), Alder men Clarke, Fitqiatriok, Corry, Anderson, and Fat;an. Upon the motion of Aldorman Anderson, seconded hy Alderman Fitzpatrick, the minutes of the last, meeting were read and confirmed. Considerable diBcu.BBi.on arose as to the por tions of streets to be aligned, and upon an in spection of the map of tike town, it was found that the number of posts ordered, were insuffi cient for the requirements of tlie Council, — Alderman Anderson proposed — 'That the present contractor be instructed to procure ten additional posts at same rates,' Seconded by Alderman Fagan, and carried unanimously. It was proposed by Alderman Fitepatrick, and seconded by Alderman Fagan — 'That the following streets be the first to be aligned, via., Coombing-street, from the intersection of Dan vers-street to Uothery-street ; Icely-street, fi-om the river to Ivory-st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

Department of Lands, Sydney, 4th April, 1879. PUBLIC GATES, NOTICE is hereby giviri that Pulrlic Out™, us heiuunder described, have been applied for under the provisions of tho Act 39 Victoria No. 10, ami ail persona interested are invited to state within thirty days from this datu, their ubjeutious, if any, to, the granting of such applications. ? ? JAMES HOSKINS. Gate Jio. | H. 8 B No. | Apulieiwr-. | Dtsoription. 614 | ' I,w2i | A. (Janie.un | iiaUs (not lesB than 11 feet wide) on tlio road from -iuiB[jio to ILeiehwood, at fence near the south-west comer of A. Cameron's GO acres C.P., portion No. 103, parish of of Hillea, cnunty of | Georgians. 516 „ Do (late (not Icon than 11 feet wide), on the road dividing A. | Cameron's C.Phs. No. 18 of 40 acres, and No. 21 of 40J ncres, | near the north-east comer of the latter portion, parish of j * I HiUas, county of Goorgiana. OF HOLLOW AYS PILLS AND OINTME N I most ivsjmcfiiliy take leave to call attention i ijVf the iuhahibuits of Austr...

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BROWN'S CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

BROWN'S CREEK RACES. Ox Monday last pursuant to advertisement, races were heid at tlie above place, and weie not only a success from a pecuniary point of view, bul also as regards attendance, and the number of horses euteied, &o. The weather was beautifully tine and mild, and the whole of the ari-i»ng»nients were carried out without a single liitcii. Mr. Edwards ac'ett as jud^e- and performcx) his duties in a most inijinrlinl manner. Messrs. Byrnes, Bergin, McLeod, and Bxwer were indefatigable in their exertions ns Btewiirds to give every satisfaction. Mr. Mullally as stuter, pi.o.ved hiniSBlf the light man in the place ; and last, though not least, we must not omit the name of the eneigetic secietaiy, Mr. J. Fox, who performed bis onerous duties well. There must have been fully three hundred persons present, and with the exception of the usual number of race-course free tights, they were very orderly. Tlie entries were unusually large for country races, there being 11 for t...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SIDNEY Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

TRLEGItA I'HW fXTHLUGKXCJi. SYDNEY Friiiny Evening. On the motion of Mr. Cliarfes ChiujjIk-H -h»t the lill lie i-eml in six months, Mi-. H'U'k tnousui-e to umHli;&iiiute the jiiofusHioii --t tiHiristem and attoaiujs was tlnown out ».y tiiu Upper House. Giirrott announced Jxht, night tint, Up, had discontinued his action for hl.i.ndcr against McEUione. JJp i-hhi! the oiiioions of D ?rli-y, Dalley, and 13nti«r, which whr that the jtleu of PailiHiuenury privilegQ net tip liy de fendHiit, would rciKUr jilaintirl's success cx Ueinely iiujirolmtilc. A de|-ut«ti'jn from Jerildi-rie waited upon t.hu MiiiiHter (or Wgikn yeBlni-dny, to urge tin- claims of Jrrildei-ir for railway cot muni cation vv it jj S/dney. The U-'(-ntation ncom mended the ro tte fiom Hun: ing Ruck to Jerilderie, via Urana. Mr. Lackey said he would lay the mutter before the Government, that the subject would corne bnfore the House shortly, and it was not desirable to anticipate what the Government proposed doing. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

Wanted MEN to Grub and Cle-ir aliout HO Chain o lioiid between I layney lioail and the Ceuietery. Also Teams and Men to Quarry and Break. Apply to W. J. U. DOWNEY, Oouti actor. ToLst^ I^OB a Term nf Years, .1 .FARM, recently in J the occupntion of Mr. Wenzley, and con taining about SIXTY AOfiE', close to the town of Cowra. Fur particulars, apply to GEOUUE CAMPBELL, Jerula, Cowra. A Largo Coneigamoat from Fer guson's Camden Nursery, of Fruit Trees, S^ergreens, Shrubs* ?ot r lasts, Sto , &e. G. H. WOOLLEY, WILL sell by Auction early in June, at Hlnyncy, the above. J'rivate Orders promptly attended to. . For Sale T!IAT V KTAM of 330 ACRES C.P., eitnutetl nc ir Tcesdale, and occupied hy Mr. Henry Graham. The Improvem«nt« consist of 50 Acr»s chnrod. 4-roomed Sawn-timher Hoime, tSliingled. The whola of the Laud is Fenoul with n Lng.fence. There ib a no'var-failing Spring nn the Lund. Also T.-aiu of 10 WORKtNtt BULLOCKS, 2 DRAYS & HARK ESS. 40 Hend of MIXrcn CAOTLE, '-? ? '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

„ Wanted. A^GENERAL SERVANT. Apply at The City Bank. 'Wanted- A RESPECTABLE Female, as COOK at.d LAUNDRESS. Apply at V,^ The Comineroiel Bank. Carcoar. To Builders mENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a ' J_ BRICK HOUSE, at BLAYNEY, according to Plans and Specifications which rn&y be seen at Mrs. Clements' Farmer's Hotel, Blayney. Ten ders to he sent in not Inter than 31st MAY. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily ac cepted. Selling Off! Selling Off! AT THE GOULBURN STORES Si POST OFFICE MiLBURN CREEK COPPER MINE, FOR SIX WEEKS ONLY, From the 2Gtli JnBtiiiit. A.- ~FOX, BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Milburn Creek, and Surrounding District, that he haB determined Relinquishing his Business at theabovs Mine ; that be therefore iuteuda to offer his Assorted Stock of — DRAPERY, GROCERY, & IRONMONGERY, &C., &.C., &C, AT SYDNEY COST P1UCE. An there is every Probability of the Works at this Mine being resumed under » New Company during tho ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

BIRTH. On May 14th, at her residence, Rockville, the wife of GEORGE ROWLANDS of a son. MARRIAGE. On 7th May, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. P. Ryan, Carcoar, Thomas Joseph, second son of the late M. J. Finn, Hartley, to Maria A , eldest daughter of Ed- ward Coady, Esq , Mogong, Canowindra.

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LOCAL AND GENRAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 May 1879

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.         On Wednesday evening last the mail train which left Sydney for Goulburn was lighted with gas for the first time. As the train left Redfern the effect was grand, and we hope soon to see gas universally utilised on our railways. Mr. T. H. HART, of Canowindra died suddenly at his residence on Thursday   morning last. He was 66 years of at the time of his death and was much respected. ACCIDENT. — On Monday last, during the races at Brown's Creek, a youth named M'Kay whilst galloping round the course, was thrown with considerable violence. When picked up it was found that besides being very much bruised about the head, his right arm was completely shattered. Constable Cook very kindly volunteered his services to bring the   unfortunate sufferer to Carcoar, where Dr. Smith speedily did all in his power for him. We hear that young M'Kay is progressing as well as can be expected. Di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

SALE OF CHUEOH AND SCHOOL LANDS AT BLAYNUY.. Sotice is given in tbe '-Government. Gazei;? ' that the foUowmg lyits of Laiiil. forming part of t lit Chui-ch anJ Sclioul F.tale, will tie offered for gale, by auction, at tiie uu iermuntioi ed place HU Twelve o'cl.ickn.Mii on the -iay specih'e.i, at the upset \ni-v aftixui to each lot re pceuvelv. (Uej-or,it 25 j,ur cent.) ^ OS WJ3DSESDAT, 4TH OF 'JPSE, 1878. TOWS LOTf. IjoU ABC DE. of section 1, eac'j cuntsiii'ug 1 rood 35 perches in uocli^couuty of i3-itliur»t,. paiiauoi oiLiud«iy and Village of Blayuey ; rttuats.l be tween Farm,. AdelaiJe, Maria ami H«a Street, Upset price, £30. Lots FOB I'J,. of section 2.. Containing It 88p. Jr. 81p,.3r., 2r. (ip. au.t 2r itiq)ci:tively, cbun-r of' Bathhcst, paridi of Lindsay, situated bepyeen F. rra,. Adel.ii.1e, Maria, and Otfilvy Sti-eets, ' slid Itiilwnc Re^erre. Dp-^t puice— Lot F £9U ; -i £55 ; li t30'; r£34;J,£B0. Lots K L M N O P o£ section 15, containing 2r 8p. 2. 10ip., 2r8 p,, 2r 6p, 2r ...

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIAN LOANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

THE NEW SOUTH WAJ.ISS AND VICTORIAN LOANS. We offer sincere cungialulations to o»r friends iu New South Wales on the unparal leled success of the issue of their new Loan. They have achieved the distinction of secur ing the highest price ever obtained for colonial tour per cent debentures isBued without Imperial guarantees. The average price accepted— £98 9s. 2d. per £100 bond. bearing 4 per cent interest from lsH?uly. next — is one that shows the oon^denoe reposed in the resources of the colony, and the stability of its policy and prosperity. It will be ouserved that interest is not incurred until 1st July next, so that there is ao de duction to be uiutie fui acemed interest given us a bonus to the jmrelmsers. The deposit of £160,000 is at the disposal of the Qurern uieut without interest in the ttieaitfime. The differ«snoe in tlie price* obtained twtween tbe Victorian 4£ and the New South Wales 4 per cent loan In as ibllowR : — New South Wales, averagre .„ £98 2 9 Victoria, average...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

Defnrtmontof Lauds, ^SyJnoy, 4tb April, 1879. PUBLIC GATES. NOTICE 18 hereby fifvnn tbnt PnUHc Gates, as beionmler described, havo beon applied for under the _ piovinioiiB of the Act 89 Victoria No. 10, nud ail petrous interested arc invited to state within thirty days from .this data, their objeotions, if Buy, to the grouting of suoh applications. ^ ? ' ? .fAMES HOSKFNB. ti;uo No. j R. S. B No. | Applicant.. Description. '614 j 1,024. 1 A. Uamurou Onto (not less than 11 feet wido) on tba road from Uolspie tn : . ijeiaWood, at fenoe near the «t-uth-wost corner of A. Cumcion'e ; : . 60 acres O.I?., portion No, 103, parish of of Hilled, county of ' ! ' Gfl^iAlift. 519 ' „ Do , GaMs (not loss than It feet wide), on tba road dividing A. j Cameron's C.P'e. Mo. 18 of 40 acres, and No. 21 of 40} acros, near the north-east corner of the latter portion, parish of Hilias, oounty of Goorgiana. OF HOLL0MIAX&. PJLLS AND. OtNTME S L most respecfall/ take leave to call attention of the inh...

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NEW COURT HOUSE FOR CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

. NEW COUKT HODSB FOR CARCOAR. In the Legislative Assembly ou Tuesday last the estimate of £4000 for a new court house was con sidered. Mr. McCulloch moved the rednctionof the item £4000 for the Court-house at Carcoai by the sum of £200. Mr. McElhone supported the redaction of the item. Mr. Lackey said there was a court-house in the district, but it was altogether imnuitable for the puriw^o. Mr. Badgcry thought they ought to have n-me in formation on the tubject frum the member of tbe district, Mr. Lynch defended the item, and opposed any reduction in it Mr. Shepherd djd not think so large a snm was required for a court-house at Carcoar. Mr. Lynch urged the ruing importance of Cor coar as a reason why they should have this turn for a court-house. Mr. Cohen thought the whole amount shoul.l be voted or none at alt Mr. Mrebb said the present Court-house was far too small. Kr. Bums said (he Court-hou-* nt Ciirconr was a very small and dilapidated buiMing. lie should vote for the item. M...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

©fP-K; 'tfcotuinn. Wft^gisb it to be distinctly understood that we do Ub^oeoessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents. THE BROWN'S CREEK RACES. TO THE EDITOR. Snt,— I perceivo by your report of Iho Brown's Creek races, that there is an error in the report, but which 1 believe to be unintentional on your part. I allude to that part of your report where it is stated that Mr. J, Duffy's entrance did not arrive at its destination ' through some more official blundering.' I can certify that there is no blame to be attached to anyone but Mr. Duffy himself. That gentleman arrived at Brown's Creek on the morning of the 11th instant ; I wits informed that he wished to see me ; I called on. him at Mr. Wicker's, the first question he put to me was ' did you receive my entrance yet }' I replied ' No. ' He said ' that is strange.' I asked him when he posted it. He replied 'on the 6th inst., at Canowindra.' I believe Mr. Duffy eaid to some one else that he had posted it on the...

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