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MURDER OF CAPTAIN ROLLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

MURDER OF CAPTAIN- ROLLES. By the arrival of the s.s, Genii at Cairns, intelligence has been received by Messrs Scott, Henderson, and Co. of tho murder of Captain Holies, of the schooner Annie 0. Lynn, at the Solomon Islands. The murder was perpetrated by the cook of the vessel ; and the Sea Rip, shortly expected to arrive from the Islands, has on board the murderer as prisoner, and full particulars in connection with the outrage. The schooner Annie C. Lynn, Captain Rolles, and the schooner Dancing Wave, Captain Leeinan, left Sydney in company for the Islands on January 20, bound on a trading cruise, and were not expected to return to Sydney for several months. The murdered man was well known and highly respected in Sydney, and has a wife and family residing there, to whom the sad news was conveyed last evening. The schooner Sea Rip, Captain Captain Southgate, is soon expected. The causes which led to the murder are at present unknown. — Evening News.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

TELEGIiAPHIO INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, TiioasPiY Evening. Tremendous showers yesterday and last night, flooding streets, bursting sewers, filing cellars, and causing other damage. It is now line and clear with westerly wind. The Agricultural Association's grounds at Moore Park appear a vast lake, but ihe building is not injured. The excellent arrangements that exist for drainage at the Middle Head have averted any uerious interruptions to the military operations and manoeuvres there.

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. SCENE IN THE WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. SCENE IN THE WARDEN S COURT. A telegram to the Echo from Temora dated Monday says — 'There was a scene in the Warden's Court to-day. Mr. W. P. De Boos, solicitor, objected to Mr. Stevenson appearing in that or any other court, and backed up his objection by producing a certificate from the prothonotary of the son had been conditionally admitted as an attorney for 12 months on March 25, 1880, two years back; that admission had never been confirmed, neither had Mr. Stevenson sighed the roll of attorneys. Mr. Warden De Booa said that this was the first case of the kind that ever came under his notice, and he felt in a peculiar position as to how to act, remarking to Mr. Stevenson that of course lie knew if he appeared in a false position it was an ofleuce. Another at torney in court was appealed to by Mr. De Boos, the Warden, as to the position of Mr. Stevenson, and he said , that if the latter's admission had not been confirmed and he had not signed the roll he wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

NOTICE. ALL business communications in connec tion with tbe Caecoak Chronicle and Mount McDonald Miner must be sent to the EDITOR and not to Mas. BOYLE. Compliance w.tli tliis notice will prevent delay in tlie transaction 'of business.. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTrSERS wishing nny .^Iteration made in their advertisements are ihfnrmed Hint a copy of !'ioh n1twrt(nitn mm' --?» Indeed in onr office by NOON ON THURSDAY to insure the aHaratiuu being mmle in (.he nest issue, aud all FreBh A.lvertiseuietifs are request ?*! -« be handed, in More NOON . on FRIDAY to secure insertion. ? ^^^^^^___^_ tEhe (Eavcoac filii'omclc & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. von thb is.iiiRT np yo:«. yoirim''o-o-F alt. SATURDAY. APKIL 8. 1882. ? — ? — ^^— ——'''*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

City Mutual Fire 'Insurance .Com pany (Limited). Head Officeu: ?Waterloo Chambers, 458 George-street, Sydnoy. Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, L150.000. 1 DIRECTORS : Hon. M. Fitzpxtwck, M.P., Chairman. JohnSbk, Esq., M.P. | J.P. Gabvan, Esq., M.P. John T. Toohky. Esq. | P. Hoqan, Esq., J.P. Patbick Stanlet, Esv., J.I'. Part or th« Profits will bo Beturned to Policy-holders as a Bonus every year. All Damages by Lightning and Gas paid, whether sot on lire thereby or not. Fire Risks accepted at Lowest Rates. WM. A. MASON, Local Agent, . USTRAL1AN MUTUAL PROVIDENT .A. SOCIETY. Established 1849. The Oldest Mutual Life Office in Australia. Head OmcE: 87, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors : The Hon. JohnSmith, C.M.G., M.L.C.. Chairman. John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives, Esq. 1 Robert J. King, Esq. S. A. Joseph, Esq. 1 G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer : Dr. W. F. McKenae, L.K.C.P. (Edin.) Actuary: I Secretary : Morrice A. Black, F.I. A. | Alexander J. Ralston. The n...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEW!?. The Municipal Council ought to have met on Tuesday night, but sufficient aldermen not coming to the front to form a quorum there was no meeting. Hanlan again victorious. He beat Boyd by two lengths according to one line of telegram and four lengths according to Reuter's telegram which latter reports that the race was a hollow one. We notice another butcher has started in town. Mr. Tolhurst has taken the premises lately occupied by Mr. Stammers and on Thurs day morning opened with a fair display of meat. There is plenty of room in Carcoar for two butchers, and we wishMr. Tolhurstevery success. Why should he not joiu to the butchering the trade of poulterer? We imagine such would pay here as poultry are almost impossible to procure here. It is our painful duty to record the death of Senipr-sergeant Wood of this town which oc curred on Wednesday about noon. Mr Wood had been attending the auction sale at Tanner's store where he appeared in good health and spirit...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

The uufortuuate tragedy which cast such a gloom over Carcoar on Wednesday last was the result, we have not the slightest doubt, of overtaxed brain , work, of late Seniok Sergrant Wood has had an amount of office work to do sufficient to employ a couple of clerks, certainly he has been ably assisted in this work by the two Constables stationed here, but thev as well as the Sergeant have had their other duties to attend to, and con sequently the returns and other office work have been a source of constant anxiety and trouble, anxiety which culminated in the terrible deed of Wednesday. For some time past it has been noticed that the Sergeant was a little strange, and although he bravely bore up against it. and tried manfully to achieve his work, yet the last straw that broke the camel's back was in his case, the new Publican's Act His appointment as District Inspector when he was already borne down with work was more than he could stand, and the authorities have but themselves to thank...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M 'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. West Balmoral G.M Co., (Limited) Mr. R J. Champion, manager, reports : — Since hist report the tunnel has been driven 3ft making a t)tal of 25ft from the entrance and 40ft from the starting point, the ground is very hard with small leaders running through it heavily charged with mundic, only two shafts are employed 'on this work. The cross-cut nas Deen auvtmceu lit, nianiug u. total of 12£ft, the ground is hard and diffi cult to blast, we started two shafts on Satur day and passed through a small leader in the pespnatite heavily charged with mundic and containing a little gold. East shaft. — Since last report this shaft has been sunk 3ft mak ing a total of 9ft, the ground is hard and requires the use of explosives. We shall on Monday fix logs and erect a windlass. Prospecting is still continued in the open cutting. Grant's Amalgamated G.M. Co., Limited, Mr Williams, manager, reports : — No. 1 shaft ? The north drive has been extended 9ft making a...

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GALLEY SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

GALLEY SWAMP. ('FSOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Heavy rain fell on Tuesday night and Wednesday. This evening masses of moisture laden clouds are rapidly rising in the quarter from which we look for rain. As usual I took my walks abroad this morning, and I was much pleased with what I both saw and heard. I, first of all, visited Lane and party at work on the new ground as reported in my last They are still sinking, depth of shaft about 2U leet. xne rolling stones which they are getting are one mass of honey comb (peculiar to this field), and crush well, They are going through a very hard cement At the eastern end of the trench they struck the rock dipping west at a depth of 9 feet They are sinking about 25 feet from whore the rock was found. Mansfield And party are still driving. They believe they are near the vein as the rolling stones are more plentiful, and show richer prospects. Where they are working is 30 feet in a straight line from Rowe's prospecting shaft, and about 40 feet below t...

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DISTRESS AT MOUNT POOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

DISTRESS AT MOUNT POOLE. The following telegram has been received by Sir John Robertson, Colonial Secretary, from Mr H. Gilliat, inspector of tanks, who sends it in the capacity of a magistrate of the territory. It is dated Wilcannia, 3rd instant : — ' Reports of scarcity of provisions and water, and spread of disease, appear much exaggerated. A number of teams have been, camped at Lewpplo, 25 miles from Tip poburra, 40 miles from Milperinka, for fort night past with from 15 to 20 tons flour. Six tons arrived to Heuzenroeder (store keeper), a week before my arrival, fix tons more for same coming in. Three tons held by Bacon, Tippoburra, who had two teams at Wonnaminte, about 57. miles distant. Could have brought them if urgent Camel wag gons (two) arrived with 9 tons groceries 29th ultimo. Elder's manager assured me pack camels with six tons of flour would arrive on 1st April, at Milperinka, Cramsio and Bo wen say they have never sold Ii.bs than Gib. flour per man. Board and lodging...

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DISTRESS AT MOUNT BROWNE EXAGGERATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

DISTKES9 AT MOUNT EKOWNB EXAGGERATED. The weekly mail from Mount Browne arrived at Wilcannia on Sunday. Ths news to hand contii-ms former telegrams, contra dicting the rumours of distress- among the dig^eiB. The (elegramB^publiHlied recently, lieided ' Deplorable accounts from Mount Erowue; diggers destituao, sick, and dying,' were wholly without foundation. Even the polide reports published in the Sydney pipers though comjMi'ilively mild were without foundation. There was no destitution in the ordinary acceptation of the word, sickness being scarcely more than usual. Whrn the scare w: s started provisions were as iow as here, when extra carriage is taken into consideration. My communications from TJIkxiIiuim, dated 27th ultimo, suy tbe place is free from sickliest). The conveyances now delving here from the diggings come by Yanu.iunia. The distance id the name us travelled by tbe mail couch, but the longest stage without water is only 40 miles and by until route 80. Grass* is plent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

LICENSING ACT OF 1882. NOTTCE OP APPLICATION FOR THE RENEWAL OF A PUBLICANS LICENSE. :?-. J I GEORGE BOXHALTj, of Carcoar, do hereby give notice that TduBire to obtain And will at the next Licensing Court to b-? Gulden at Cai-coar on the 18th day of April instant, apply for the renewal of the publican's license held by me in respect of the house situate nt Caicoar and known us the Court House Hotel. Bated the 3rd day of April, 1882. (Signed) GEORGE BOXHALL. By his Attorney, ' J. O. Dodd. LICENSING ACT OF 1882. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB. THE RENEWAL OF A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. 1JA MKS TANNER, cf Mount McDonald, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain' and will it the next Licensing Court to be holden at Oarcoar, on the I8th day of April, instant, apply for the renewal of the publican's license held by me in respect of the house situated at Mount McDonald, and known as the Commercial Hotel. Dated the 3rd day of April, 1882. (Signed) JAMES TANNER, By his Attorney, J. O. Dodd. LICENS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

NOTICE. A LL GENTLEMEN Iiaving an interest in -*1*- the formation of a School of Arts for Carcoar, are requested to meet at HADE'S ROYAL HOTEL, on TUESDAY EVENING next, at 8 o'clock precisely to arrange about taking steps to form such a desirable institution in our town. HOP BITTERS ARE THE PUfifiST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from Hops, Buchu, Maudrake (Pudophyllin), and Dandelion. The Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Valu able Medicines in the World, and in addition contain all the best and most effective curative properties of all other bitters, being the greatest Liver Regulator, Blood Puritier, and life and Health Restoring Agent on Earth. Ask Your Druggist oi Physician. Do not suffer or let your friends suffer, bat use and urge them to use Hop Bitters. Remember, Hop Bitteus is no vile, drugged, drunken nostrum ; but the Purest aud Best Medicine ever made, and no person or family ?huuld be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you are suffering from poor health, ...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 4th, 1882. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

CARCOAR POLICE COUitT. Tuesday, April Uh, 1882. (Before the Police Magistrate.) A, Myers v. E. S. W. North ; the plain tiff sued the defendant as ageut for the Im perial Fire Insurance Company for the sura of £4 2s 6d, which amouut tbe plaintiff had paid to the defendant to a procure a policy of insurance for him. Tlie policy was never issued, and the company lepudiated the ac tion of lbeir agent in tbe in after. Verdict for pluintiff with lOa costs. Those desirous of a crip by rail for tlie Easier holidays can be accommodated on very easy terms. The Department ban arranged for extra trainB, including buuduyn, to run the whole length of the Hues opun to (caffic Those wishing (o spend a short time on the mountains caa do bo without extra cost, as the tickets provide for excursionists staying there or going on either up or down tbe line Thomas Alayiie, just out fiotn England, was victimibed in Mclboui-na, by the mutch* box trick to the exteut o° £200.

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LONDON. APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

LONDON, Al'BTL C. President Arthur vetoes the Chinese Exclusion Bill passed by the United States Congiess. The Colonial Institute entertain Kir Henry Parked on the 18th April. The Duke of Man chester will preside. In his speocli on the Irish Question, Gladstone said the Government would choose its own time for any proposals necessary in regard to the situation. The Government have stayed action with reference to the construction of the Channel tunnel.

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

M [SCELLANEOUS ITEMS. STRANGE ATTEMP AT SUICIDE. A case of supposed atieinpte'J suicide of -i rather mysterious ch.iract'r occitred tin* (Monday) morning .-i1; Richmond. At 7 o'clock James M'Clnskoy, niaii.iym- of tlifl Local Branch of the. Bulk of New Suurh Wales went down stairs to tho banking room. He informal his wife that 'je w-ts very busy, having to prepare the hilf-ye.u-lr biUnce. Shortly afterwards Mrs. M'Closkey was Hiiirmea oy Hearing me report oi hrcarniR. Hurrying down stairs, slio found her husband lying behind the bank counter in a pool of blood. Tlie bullet wound was found to lie above the ear, ind the bank revolver was lying by M'Closkey'a side. Two doctora, who were sunimonned, and who promptly arrived on the scon^, expressed as their opinion that tbe injury, though serious, was not of a fatal character, as it was believed that the bullet iiad not entered the brain. It wns decided to allow the sufferer to recover fiom the shock before attempting to remove the bulle...

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DEATH OF AN AUSTRALIAN IN NEW MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 8 April 1882

DEATH OF AN AUSTRALIAN IN NEW MEXICO. We are informed that on the 18th August j last Mr George Dily, a native of the Kurra- 1 jong district, New South Wales, met ? with a sad and sudden death whilst perform- 1 ing a heroic deed for tne purpose of saving ! tbe lives of somn white people »ho lindun-j forlunntely fallen into the hands of the' Apache Indians in New Mexico. Mr Daly ] was mo owner ot several valuable silver I mines in New Mexico, the working of which lie left San Franci?co to personally superin tend. Eu-ly one morning while Mr Daly I was in bed a little boy wolce him suddenly, | imploring his assistance, coupled with that of several others io gire cliase to a number of Indians who hud carried off his mother and young sister. Though Mr D.i!y bad been prostrated for more than a week with a vio lent attack af pneumonia, he immediately be stirred himself, collected 20 men, of whom ho took command, and followed the trackn of the culprits, overtook a small body of troops under ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. From the 'Mount McDonald Miner.' West Balmoral G.M, Co., '(Limited). Mr Champion, manager reports : — Since my last report the tunnel has been driven 3ft making a total distance from the entrance of 28ft Cin and 43ft from the starting point ; we have passed through a very hard bar, and are at present in easier ground. The cross cut has now been driven a distance of 14ft 6iu. No change in the ground is apparent as yet The east shaft has been logged up, a windlass erected, and the shaft has been sunk 3ft more making a total of depth 12ft. No change in the ground as yet Geakts Amalgamated G.M. Co. (Limited). ? — Mr. T. G. Williams, manager, reports : — No. 1 shaft has been driven north 10ft, making a total of 70ft, and the reef is 18in. wide. The stope over the back of the drive Enufh is 1 5fh. liisrli. and the reef 18in. wide. No. 3 shaft : We have finished taking out the reef in the open cutting, and ate now putting in stull to enable us to work o...

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DISTRESS AT MOUNT POOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

DISTKESS AT .MOUNT POOLE. The following teiegram has been received by Sir John Koliertsun from Mr. King, Warden, Milpaiiuka : — 'Camels have ar rived, also three half tons of fl mr, and other loading. Camels employed to bring fu-ward nour. (Six tons left bemud. Three camels engaged to carry Mails to Wilcannia. Mr. Fleming, a selector, has struck water in a well 90 feet deep, 18 miles from here. Soakage wator is also obtained 26 miles from here nil the Wilcinnia road. Tender foe whim for Government well, too higli {£190), Fresh tenders have been called fur. Water in Government well much improved. Supply about 30 gallons per hour. Fever abating. No signs of rain.' It is supposed that the amount of floui wliich has arrived is really three tons and a half, and not three half tons as telegraphed. There is also room for regret that the particulars with reference to the water supply are not more exact, au neither the direction in which it is to be found nor amount to be obtained daily arc ...

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SALE OF LEASE OF CHURCH AND SCHOOL LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

SALE OF LEASE OF CHURCH AND SCHOOL LANDS. The following are the prices realized at the sale at the Court-house, Carcoar, on Thurs day, the 13th April, 1882. Lot 1, 610a., upset price £23 15s., price given, £38 10s., purchaser, N. Connolly. Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 not offered for. Lot 8, 425a, upset price £30, price given, £31 5s. , purchaser, N. Connolly. Lot 9, 5G0a, upset price £37 10s, price given, £37 15s., purchaser, N, Connolly. Lot 10, 605a, upset price £43 10s., price given, £45 5s., purchaser, N. Connolly. Lot 11, 510a, upset price, £33 15s., price given, £35 5s , purchaser, N. Connolly. Lot 12, 500a, upset price £33 15s., price given, £36 5s., purchaser, N. Connoily. Lot 13, 547a, upset price L33 15s., price given L36 5s., purchaser, N. Connolly. Lot 14, 472a, upset price L33 price given L40 5s., purchaser, R and R. Glasson. Lot 15, 491a, upset price L33, price given, L36 12s. 6d., purchaser, R and R. Glasson. Lot 16, 500a, upset price L33 price given, L60 2s (3d purchas...

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