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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
NOTICE. I JOHN McDONALD, of Carcoar, in the ) Colony of New South Wales do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain and will at the next Licensing Court to be holden at Carcoar on the 18th day of April nest apply for a Certificate authorizing the issue of a Publican's License to me for a house situate at Blayney near the Railway Station containing seven rooms exclusive of those required for the use of the .'family. ? ? ? ; Dated the 30th day of March, 1882. john McDonald, Carcoar. AppUc&lnWMMp'rney, Carcoar. NOTICE. 1K3HARLES SMITH KELLEY, of Carcoar, » in the Colony of New South Wales, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain and . will at the next Licensing'Oonrt, to be holdon at Carcoar on the 18th day of April next, apply for the Removal of the License for the premises known as the OonimercUl Hotel, Carcoar, to premises situated in the Main Street, Mount McDonald, containing six rooms exclusive of those required for the use of the family. Dated the 31st day of Mar...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. A. H. PRINCE AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. 'A. &. 'KtlNCE A3in0-C0M BEPOET. The markets are still very ftnu, and prices for iforagc advancing Hay. — Prime oatcu bundles and trusses, 7s 8d Ho 9s 2d ; medium, 7s 3d to 7s 6d ; inferior, Cs fctoCs9d. Oaten bales, superior, 7s Gd to 8s 4d ; medium, Gs 3d to. 7s. Wheaten bundles, 7s Cd 'to os da. waeuen aueaves, us Ud to us 'Ja. Oaten and whaaten bales, fis 2d to 7s Cd. Lucerne — Is steadily rising. Prime green Windsor trusses, firm at 6s 3d to Cs ; medium --and inferior, -54s 9d to Ss Cd. Best northern bales, -5s 9d to 6s 3d; medium, 4s Si to 5s fid. - Northern oaten'-and wheaten bales, dull at 6s. .. Chaff. — Priine oaten very soarce «nd in good - demand, at 7s -Cd to 8s ; medium Cs to 6s Cd. ? Cut straw, 4s 4d to 5s Cd. Victorian chaff, firm -at 7s to 7s 3d. Straw. — The market has been firm all the r week. Bundles, 6s 9d ; bales, 4s 9d to 5s 6d, ' Tasmanian straw, on the wharves, 3s Cd to 4a. Wheit— Has remained firm and best samples --are in r...
FARMERS' UNION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
FARMERS' UNION MEETING. j A farmers' union meeting was ? held at i Mount Macquarie on March 27th, 'but ? owing to the detailed report not having i-roaolied us till late we are obliged to curtail lit considerably, Mr. F. W. Chew.ihe'ViceTroBiderit.'took tthe chair, and there were present Messrs. M. W. Pascoo ((Secretary), J. Pasooe, P. ??Bandry, J. .Pettitt, R. Oats, E. Cork, A. Badbuni, W. Neal, aenr., H. T. May, and ? J. Turby. ? ? ' The business of the meeting -was tiro eiec ition of officers. The President, Mr. Parker, 'having unsigned, Mr. 'W. Jtf; Pascoe was 'elected 'President, and Messrs. Chow and; 'Cork Wice-preBidenfcs ' for the ensuing 'year, ? and Messrs. Pottet and'Shaw Socretajryiand' ' Treasurer respectively. ..'A 'circular 'was read from the Camden -formers' union re-1 ^.- questing delegates from -tke different unions, to. meet in Sydney -to transact 'business/ Messrs.W, |M. Pascw^andR. Rowlands -were] - : appointed delegates. * . ' i After Bometmsiness'df minor impor...
DEPUTATION TO MINISTER FOR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
DEPUTATION TO MINISTER FOR RAILWAYS. * Mr. A. Lynch, M.LA., on Friday morn ing last introduced a deputation, consisting of Messrs. Stirnpson (Mayor of Carcoar), Dodd, Fagan, Connolly, and McKillop to urge upon the Government the desirability of taking the railway from Blayney to Mur rumburrah along the east side of Stoke Hill, near Carcoar, instead of along the western side as at present proposed. Mr. Lj'nch said that the deputation had been appointed by one of the most influential meetings ever held in Carcoar. It was the universal feel ing of the ? residents of Carcoar that if the railway were taken by the route proposed by the Government, the town would be irre trievably ruined. He said that the route proposed by the deputation would be shorter and much less expensive than that now pro posed by the Government. Several other members of the deputation addressed the Minister in support of the proposed change in the route. Mr. Lackey said ho was bound to adopt the recommendations of ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Feiday, 3 p.m. Ruin fell. during the night and appearances iudicate more. H.M.S. Comorant from .Noumea reports the murder of Lieutenant Luckraft. A. party under the Lieutenant landed bear a village at Kapiritu S.mtoga where he was shot down by the savage islanders. Captain liobardy of the Marquis de Riys expedition is dead. A telegram' has vouched Syduey that Captain Hulls of ih'a 6chooner Annie C. Lynn has beeu murdered lit Climes by the cook. Cittle market firm for prime lots, best wethers 12s. 10J. Hawkesbury Races. — Hurdle Race, Satel lite, Eros, Rowley; Mile, Brian O'Lynn, Verdict, Claret; StakeB, Piracy, Hecla, Siuionara ; Public Auction Stakes, Bat ibazar, Major, Kelpie; Railway Handicap, Hawthorndon. Rjtinbow, Camilla.
LONDON, MARCH 29TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
LONDON, March 29th. For the approaching University boat-ruce Oxford is the favourite at three to one. The contest between Hanlan and Boyd conies off on April 3rd. Belting, 2 to 1 on lianlan. Ihe Lards of the Adimrahty have found Ciptain Scott of the Bacchante and Com mander Hill guilty of undue harshness aud discipline. Both liuve beeu severely censured. Strong protests arc being lodged against the construction of a tunnel across the British Channel. The Crm of Spiers and Pond will probably be Qoated into* a company for £500,000. Cold chamber* for storing frozen me.it have been erected to the river dock with a capacity of 8000 carcases. Tuomas Brassey, speaking at Lambei.li, foreshadowed the exclusion of tho extreme Irish party from Parliament, and other sweeping political mouientii effecting Ireland. Gladstone expects a majority of 24 oa the clolure proposal.
NUNDLE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
NUNDLE. Tuesday. Mr. J. Rueicka left for Tamworth to-day, with other 9lbs of very rich gold obtained from his claim. The face of the work is thickly studded with gold. Hidden Treasuke Goldmining Company, Copbland. — The mining manager reports : — 'During the p»st week -he No. 3 tunnel north has been driven 7 feet — total from shaft 11 feet, reef ubout 3 feet thick, showing gold freely, and making luiger : No. 3 tunnel south driven 7 feet — total from shaft 7 feet, reef about 2 feet thick, shotting a little gold I will now commence stcping back No. 3 north. The north back stupe No. 2 tunnel still shows payable gold ; reef about 15 inches thick. Still see a little gold in prospecting the reef on the surface. I have about 65 tons of quartz on tho surface and will commence crushing on Monday.' The original report may be seen at the company's office by any of the shaieholdeis. Victory G.M. Co,, Limited, Chabterb Towees, Queensland.— The mining manager reported, under date 9th instant : —...
ALLEGED DESIGNS OF RUSSIA ON THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
ALLEGED DESIGNS OF RUSSIA ON THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. Some sensation was created in Melbourne on Thursday by the publication in a morning paper of disclosures alleged to have been made by a Russian agdut. The statement was that the Russian squadron under1 Admiral Aslanbegoff came out here with special orders to ascertain the condition of the defences, and the possibility of levying heavy contributions ; that the fleet is to be reinforced, and is to rendezvous at the Fijis, and that then war will be declared with Great Britain, and a swoop will be made upon the colonies. This information, which would alter the aspect of affairs throughout the world, is supposed to have been com municated by the Russian admiral to a man who immediately betraved his employer. Our inquiries fully exposed the ridiculous tale, the untruth of which was on the surface. From the in ,fonnation which we publish, it appears that the man was really in communication with the Russian admiral, but it was with regar...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
ODDS AND ENDS. We learn from the Echo that the Hon. Saul Samuel, CM. a, Agent-General for New South Wales, entertained Sir Henry Parkes at dinner on Saturday evening. There was a large ompany pre3ent, including the Agents-Genera! of all the Australian colonies and New Zial&nd, beaidas a nnuber of members of Pdrliatnsnt and other gentle men. lit. Combes, C.M.G., -has agreed to re deliver his lecture on the Paris ExhiMtion, at the Lithgow School of Arts, under, tho auspices of the Lithgow Working Men's Political Association. We learn that the Attorney-General has concluded not to proceed with the further prosecution of ilie defendants in the oeie brated Mitburn Creek matter, and has given notice of having withdrawn the case, whic'j will consequently not agaiu be brought forward for trial. At the inquest upon the body of Mr. William Thomas, grazier of Ullamalla near Hill E:id, whose body it-may be recollected was found floating in ','^a.rliug Harbour, the jury returned a TVrdie...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1882
MARRIAGE. Boyle— Penrose.- On the 20th March at the residence of the bride's father, Poplar Cottage, Young, by the Rev. T. Main, Hugh Joseph Boyle, the third son of Mr E. H. Boyle, Auctioneer, Bathurst, to Harriet, the second daughter of Mr. N. Penrose, of Young. %\\z €ai*C0at* Chronicle 1 & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. VOB THE INJURY Of NONB, FOR THE OOOD OF ALL
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882
Department of Lands Sydney, 8th March, 1882. LAND SALE. A TTENTION is called to a cale of Crown -'- Lands to be held at the Land Ofllce, Carcoar, on tho 12th April, 1882, comprising lands, County Bathurst, Parish Napier, on the Road from Blayney. For further particulars see Gazette of 28th February, 1882, No 86, at Police Office or local Land Office. JOHN ROBERTSON. MB. A. W. TUCKER SOLICITOR, VISITS OAROOAE every TUESDAY MORNING, and may be consulted at PAGAN'S HOTEL. ' Livcb of all gre „ t men reiniud us, We can make our Jives sublime ; And, departing, leave behind us, Footprints in the sands of Time. THE above is read with great interest by thou sands of young men. It inspires them with Hope, for in the bright lexicon of youth there is no such word as fail. Alas I say many, this is correct— is true with regard to the youth who has never abused his strength — and to the man who has not been ' passion's slave. ' But to that youth — to that man, who has wasted his vigor, who has yie...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MORT &CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MORT &CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. Wool. — No public sales were held this week and there is therefore nothing to add to our last report under this head. Sheepskins are still in fair demand, and all offered are readily disposed of at from 2d to 4Jd for short to medium ; and 6d to Gfd for full fleeced. Hides. — The supply was below the average, and as both tanners and shippers operated with freedom, last week's rates were well maintained. We quote .-—Heavies at from 4Jd to 4fd ; medium 3fd to 4Jd ; and light and dry 6d to Cdperlb. Grain. — There was a large attendance of buyers at our sale this week, and a further advance in the wheat market was noticeable. We cleared our catalogue at from 6s 2d to -5s 6Jd for best samples, and from 6s 3Jd to 6s for medium quality. Bran realised from 18Ad to 19d, and pollard 21d per bushel. °ats.— Best lines are worth from 3s 6d to 3s lid per bushel, and medium samples from 3s to 3s od,
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882
TO THE ED1TOE. Sie, — In reference to the case of adder bile which you remark upon iu your last issue I think it might be useful, with this example iresh before us to remind those who are at any time liable to be exposed to toe same danger, of the extreme importance of immediate' action in any cue of bite by a venomous reptile. Io tbe case of Mr. W id dleton the bite being on the hand tbe passage of the poison into tlie ~v&nnwm ranch- uroni under control than it is in the majority of cases and this fact was at once taken e.J vantage of, the wrist of the liitteu hand being immediately seized aud ligatures up plied around the arm above whilst tli« wound itself was scarified with a razor until it bled freely, and then persevering sucked for au hour or two. A piece of a freshly broken bottle will do the scarifying quite as efficiently as the razor, and is much more likely to be at hand. To this prompt and efficient action and perseverance in sucking the wound I attribute Mr. Mid...
LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882
LICENSING ACT. With regard to the Licensing Act, av-.d to the provisions of the Act itself, the inten tion of the Act is, as the law has always been, to prevent music and dancing from taking place in licensed public-houses as an attraction to custom, or, in other words, in a room open to the public. The circumstance of a hotelkeeper having music in any private apartment of his house for the enjoyment of his family or private friends is certainly no breach of the law, and ought never to be interfered with. A traveller occupying 1 private rooms at a hotel has a perfect right I to have music in his rooms if there should happen to be in one of the rooms, as there sometimes is, a piano. The Minister for Justice (Hon. W. J. Forster) earnestly desires to have the Licensing Act adminis tered in accordance with its object, so as to protect the law-abiding publican, and make his position as comfortable as possible, and to punish those only who break the law. He has requested that the police s...
CORONERS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882
CORONERS INQUEST. A coroner's inquest was held at Carcoar before J. O. Dodd, Esq., District Coroner on Thursday, 6th instant, to enquire into the death of the late Senior-sergeant George Wood. After viewing the_bodythe evidence of Mrs. Wood was taken who stated that about noon yesterday she saw her husband come out of his office and so into the house ; she went down to speak to Mrs. McKenna for a -while ; when she returned she went into the bedroom and found her husband, the deceased, laying on the floor ; at first she thought he had a fit and had vomitted up a lot of blood, then she noticed a wound on the side of his temple which she thought was done by his falling against the bed post ; she heard no shot ; she gave an alarm ; Mr. Nesbitt, Mr- North, and Mr. Dodd came to her assistance ; Mr. Dodd picked up a re volver ; for the last three weeks her husband has been very much depressed in spirits j tliis new Licensing Act has been too much for him, and he has been very nervous over ...
DELIBERATE ATTEMPT TO BURN A HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882
DELIBERATE ATTEMPT TO BDRN A HOUSE. We have scarcely ever read of a nioie deliberate attempt to destroy a house by fire than one (recorded in the Wallaroo Timts) made on the morning of the 27th March, The premises had not been occupied for some lime. Tho doors were locked and all the windows fastened. In the centre of each room was piled a large heap of paper, boxes, wood, and other material, the whole being sal united willi kerosene, whilst amongst the rubbish in each room was placed about ten open bottles of kerosene. Just over these inflammable heaps the ceiling was broken (h rough so as to allow the fire to reach the rafters and woodwork of the roof. In ade'ition to this the passage was saturated with kerosene, and in order to admit air the whole of the windows were opened. The onlv place where the fire had been successfully lighted was in the kitchen; and this had evidently been for the purpose of cutting off the supply of water, as the fire was on the cement floor over the ope...
MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882
MOUNT MACQUAREE. (from our corrkspondext ) The long-expected rain has at length come. Several cojrioilB showera have fallen, moisten ing aud softening the soil, and prepuiiiig it fot ploughing operations. There are indi cations that more rain is coming. Now th*it Jupiter has commenced, there is a probability that the piediction of Mr. Russell, the Government Astronomer, will be verified— that there will be abundant rain this year. It must be remembered that Mr. Russell's predictions are not founded on random guesses but on the fact that in New South Wales weather repeats itself, that there is a cycle of nineteen year=, corresponding to the cycle of the moon — the cycle discovered by Metou — after which there in a recurrence of the same weither. Now that old SjI has left these southern regions aud is wending his way io the northern heavens we may expect censider ablea(mospheric disturbance. Not only m.iy equinoctial gales blow, but there may le a thorough breaking up of the weather. ...