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FOREST REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

FOEEST EEEFS. Great Extended G.M. Co. — The mining manager reports nrder date 8th inst., 1882 : — Progress in sinking for the fortnight 7ft. It gives one great pleasure to inform you that we have at )ast broke through the hard trap at the deDth of 200ft. from the surface. I think we are a little shallow, but as yet cannot say much about it, because we have only just touched thfl washdirt.of which we washed a small dish and got a very good show of fine gold. Wo have met with an accident to oar pump, the column having broken in consequence of a flaw in one of the lengths, this will cause a delay for a few days ; nfter the above has been recti6ed I will be able to give yon further particulars in re ference to the bottom of your shaft. This com pany's ground is situated at the Forest Beefs between Orange and Carcoat (-.;'...?'*. midway), and consist of 308 acres cf freehoK ? land, 'the sinking of the shaft bos been carritiu on by the shareholders for two years, and as usual in all large...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 3 p.m. A deputation representing the Chamber of Commerce and Sydney merchants waited upon the Postmaster-General urging a reduction in the price of cable messages from Sydney to New Zealand, and uniform penny postage throughout New South .Wales. The Minister was in unison with the deputation regarding cable messages, and promised to consider the subject of penny postage. The agricultural show closes to-day after a successful meeting, Ninety thousand persons have attended the two fancy fairs. The cattle, market is firmer ; sheep same as last week.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

Prince of Wales' Hotel, MOUNT M'DONALD. Being the Largest find most Commodious Hotel in the Cnrcoar district. jamesThaugh, (LfcTE of Green Gollv), Begs to intorm his patrons and friends that he has opened the above Hotel, which will be found replete with every accessory of a FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL. THE BAR s one of th» largest in New Sr.itli Wales Mnd contains a well-selected, stock of 'Wines, Spirits, aad Sparkling Drinks ' ' Of the choicest brands. A LARGE BILLIARD ROOM For the accommodation of visitors. Also, ROOMY & 'WELL-FODDERED STABLE with a Groom always in attendance. MR HAOGH has finished this handsome ? building regardless of cost, and is enabled to accomodate a great number of visitors at moderate charges, and to supply a want much required in this large and incioas ing township. Pagan's Poaches. mount McDonald keefs. ON and after SATURDAY Oct. 8th Mn. John Fagan will run a Coach from BLAYNEY and CARCOAR for MOUNT McDONALD REEFS every Monday, Wednesday, and Frid...

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CORONER'S INQUEST AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

'CORONER'S INQUEST AT BLAYNEY. An inquest was held:at Blayney on flie :8th instant, before J. O. Dodd, Esq., District Coroner, upon'the'body John Fitzgerald. John Danzell appeared in custody before *the court Miv Dwyer -watcheS the case Tor ?the prisoner. *iib unw wiviiese, wiiuam w mte, deposed 'to the prisoner being his father-in-law ; he 'was stopping at MuMly's puMc-liouso and 'was aroused 'by a noise anfl recognizing Dapzell's-yoicewentoutand saw Danzell lying in a pool of bloodandtlieaeceased holdingliim 'by the throat ; he told deceased to let him go ; prisoner said, ' tie 'has stabW me in the ear;' 'he (witness) tried to arouso Mulally, but he refused to let him in ; when he went to call Mulally he^aw deceased run ??down the verandah, jump the palisading, and go into the 'back yard ; as Mulally refused to opon the door, he went and 'reported the matter to the police; Constable McKeig returned with him Tmfi they found prisoner own *hi uio vcranaan ; iney iouna deceased : lyin...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUT PROSPECTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

OUT PROSPECTING. (From 'Parrainatta Times.') ' Wai, mister, E guess we've fixed it this time, We're off the trail, bushed and no mistake about it neither.' The speaker was a Far- Western American, a general, of course, Baid to have belonged to many callings among them those of general dealer — whence no doubt, Ins title — preacher, newspaper editor, hotel proprietor, gold miner, a master of a grocery store, although often changing his coudition, bearing with unwavering constancy, during some four dozen or so of years, the name of Gideon A. Dodge. The companion to whom he ad dressed the above remark was a young' Englishman named Tyrrel, a denieen of the Far West from the days of the once famous but now forgotten gold excitement in 1867, which drew bo many of his country men and women to that corner of the gJobe. One of the latest of the general's various trades bad been that of a steamboat proprie tor ; but one unlucky day, a few months prior to the period at which my Bhory com mence...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

Mr FranckP, the proprietor of the totali sator intends forming a club in Melbourne to bring the instrument into use. The authorities have warred him against doing so. The Russian police recommend the Czar to go somewhere else to get crowned, as they consider that in spite of all their endeavours there will be a grand bjow up in Moscow on the Coronation day.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

TJio Echo says, tlie man who shot at the ?Queen was seized by a Chief Supoaintondent ?of Police, and the pistol was vrronched from arm by a townsman. When secured he was belaboured over t he head by an Etonian with an umbrella. Surely Hie ueroistn -ot teat boy merits recognition if not immortality. A child was killed at the Sunday school picnic nt Goulburu. A man named John Clark was knocked ?down by four larrikins in FouvieaTix-street, Surrey Hills, Sydney, when the police picked liim up he was dead. Constaqle Gtwtge Muhood, charged with trying to suborn witnesses to commit perjury, is miBsing. One of the men (Thomas Baldei »on who swore Recording to Constable Ma'hood'B instructions and wlro was -threatened with injury if lie did not swear as 'the constable directed him, has been 'sentenced to two years hard labour for perjury. Constable Murphy's name is also Tather unpleasantly mixed up in this affair. There are reports of numerous accidents to 'Cockney sportsmen on Easter Monday....

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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

OPEN COLUMN. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.]

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

ODDS AND ENDS. A short lime after Christmas the swags of two men wore found on a fence at Btickaroon station, 35 miles from Cobar. A polioeinan and a black tracker were Rent out, and reported that, in consequence of the rain eliacmg tlie tracks*, they could rind notiaces of ilie owners of the swags. On the 7th instant Leslie1, of Amphitheatre station, came on the lioilica of two men, which, from a cheque of Kelding and Glynn found on them, appear to bo thoao of George II. M. 'Valkei' and Julia Watson. The corpses were much eaten by nuts, nnil were' umecognizible. Both bodies were lying within a few feet of each oilier, and it is supposed that Die men died from want of water. We Iciiin from the Echo tlj.it a little girl named Margaret Wc-Hr, 5 years of age, daughter of Thomas and Ellen Wells, residing at 50, Wexford-street, was killed on Wednes* day morning, through being run over by a tram. It appears that the! 1-45 tram from Hunter-atreet was nearing Campbell-street, when the decea...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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GOLDMINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

GOLDMINING LEASES. The undermentioned applications . for gold mining . leases of Crown . ^Lands have been rofuaech— A. J. 0. Single, Mount McDonald, 5 acres, applied for 15th December, 1881 ; G. M. Marsh, A. Fox, J. Daniels, W. Llewellyn, T. n.anink. Milburn Creek, 4 acres, applied for 14th March, 1881 : James Woolston, Milburn Creek, 3 acres, appked for 18th Juno, 1881. The undermentioned application for a gold mining lease of Crown Lands has ? been ap proved:— Albert Eox and others, Milburn Creek, in the Bathurst mining district, 4 acres, applied for 6th August, 1881, rent to commence from ?th March, 1882. The undermentioned goldimiung leases are jiotf.ready for delivery to the lessees^ all were applied for at Carcoar and are situated in. flip parish of Lyndhurgt, . county of . Batliurat i— CharJ«s,,T. Kelharotind others, 10 acres; Thos. M.''SlQm^SrjMid'6thers;25BereB ; Thomas Denny, onBPTOiiftftiv, Acf^j' John Askatri' and others, 6 «o?es ;'Fred, Masters and others, 4 acres ; Fre...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

TO CORRESPONDENTS. I Want to Know. — Your question is one that would require a solicitor to answer, and we can see perfectly the drift of it. You Bay ' supposing that you were a traveller and stonninir at a strange hotel with a lot of money upon you would you not be justified in slaying any one who might break into your room for the purpose of robbing you.'_ To this question we answer that in our opinion you would be so justified, if you were satisfied upon two points, the first was that the robber broke into the room, and the second was that his intention was to rob you. Taking life is a serious matter and you would have to bo thoroughly convinced that the intruders intention was to possess himself of your property before you dared attempt to take his life. Remember we only give this to you as bur opinion, and do not guarantee as to its being correct. We can perfectly under stand that you refer to a late case, but we can in no Way see that your questions in any way coincide with- t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

Again we have news of more deaths from the interior, accompanied by all the horrors that are attendant upon death by thirst, two swaemen hane their swags utxm a fence1 end start upon a 'weary and unsuccessful search for water, failing in finding it they lay down and die, and what a death 1 Those who have known what the horrors attendant ?upon a lengthened deprivation of water, can -only imagine what these poor fellows must ? have endured, -and not these two men only 'but how . many hundreds of others have, and will yet .perish in this miserable manner. Geologists and 'men of science Dimu and HiAi*. c+n+4imrmf-££ Ara *Ks\*vta r\u+. Ivtr. positive proof, that underneath this great) continent are vast reservoirs of cool and sparkling waters, one cup of which would have saved these unfortunates from . the torments they must have suffered. Science has now put within our reach the means whereby these reservoirs may be tapped and their contents converted into a more wealth producing medium...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

City Mutual Fixe 'Insurance Com pany (Limited). Head Officeh : Waterloo Chambers, 458 Georgo-strcot, Sydney. Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTORS : Hon. M. Fitzpatkick, M.P., Chairman. Johk Seb, Esq., M.P. I J; P. Gakvan, Esq., M.P. Johk T. Toohbv, Esq. | P. Hooan, Esq., J.P. Patuick Stanley, Esv., J.P. Fail or the Profits ?will be Returned to Policy-holders as a Bonus every year. All Damages by Lightning and Gaa paid, whether set on (ire thereby or not; Fire Rinks accepted »t Lowest Rates. .. WE A. MASON, Loo Agent. A U8TRAL1AN MUTUAL PROVIDENT J\_ SOCIETY. Established 1840. The Oldest Mutual Life Office In Australia. Head Office : 87, PITT-STREET, STDNET. Directors : The Hon. John Smith. C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac B. Hives, Esq. 1 Robert J. King, Esq. S. A. Joseph, Esq. | G. A. Murray, Etq. Chief Medical Officer : Dr. W. F. MeKenzie, L.R.C.P.XEdin.) Actuary : I Secretary : Morrlce A. BUck, F.L A.]. Alexander J. Ralston. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

?Wanted. \tf ANTED PICK and SHOVEL MEN ' also MEN to GRUB and CLEAR. W. J. H. DOWNEY, Contractor, Carcoar. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISERS wishing any alteration made in their advertisements are informed that ft copy of Much alteration mtiBt be lodged in our office by NOON ON THURSDAY to insure the alteration being made in the next issue, and all Fresh Advertisements are requested to be Landed in bofore NOON an FRIDAY to secure insertion.

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RANDWICK RACES. FIRST DAY. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

RANDWICK RACES. FIRST DAY. HURDLE RACE. Blackall ? 1 Kaffir ? 2 Scud ? 3 CHAMPAGNE STAKES. Navigator... ... ... 1 Hecta ? 2 Jessie ? 3 ST. LEDGER. Wheatear ? 1 Somerset ... ... ... 2 Monmouth ... ... 3 DOXCASTER HANDICAP. Stella ? 1 Prima Donna ... ... 2 Guerilla ? 3 TRIAL STAKES. Mibtaken ... ... ... 1 Satonara ... ... ... 2 Hellvop ? 3 SECOND DAY— MONDAY. FLYING HANDICAP. Somerset ... ... ... 1 Larpent ... ... ... 2 Gunild ? 3 MAIUE.V STAKES. Anglesey ... ... ... 1 Vaucluse ... ... ... 2 Paragraph ? 3 SYDNEY CUP. Cunnamulla ... .... 1 Sweet William ? 2 Rainbow ... ... ... 3

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. THE LION TAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

MISCELLANEOUSJTEMS. TI1E LION TAMER. In reference to the narrow escape of D'jerling Hie lion tamer of Wilson's circus, from being torn to death by his Kotir, the following detailed particulars are from the Melbourne Herald :—' Wilson's Circus, on tne at. iviioa-roau, »a», ou xucsuiij. uik scene of an fxciting and sensational occur rence No sooner had D'jerling the lion tamer, .entered tLfi cage than he was at tacked by Prince, the youngest of the five lions, and cne which is supposed to be the 4«neBt. Prince is about three years old; and is the 8a tne animal that tore off the man M/Pherson's arm nt Albury. As D'jfiiling entered the cage, Prince put up his paw to D'jerling's shoulder whilst he was feeding him, and making e grab at D'jeding's left ear, -»ave him a tremendous blow on the side of the face.. One of the claws went right through the lion tamer's ear and mutilated it frightfully. Finding that blood was ooz'ng freely from the left car and side of the face, Ii'jerling quickly...

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LONDON, APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

LONDON, April 13. The Duke of Salisbury and Duke of Northcote have been banqueted at Liverpool. Three thousand Jews have been expelled from Moscow. Sir Arthur Gordon is about to resign the Governorship of New Zealand. The Russion Minister at London has been summoned to St. Petersburg to take the place of the Minister for the Interior.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

TO THE EDITOR, Sib, — With reference to an advertisement which appears from me in your columns touching the intended visit of Mr. Thomas Cain to Carcoar, could you kindly allow me to give to your readers by means of this short letter some more substantial informa tion than the advertisement contains regard ing the lady and gentleman above named. The Rev. Mr. Cain has been engaged with his wife in missionary work in a part of India the name of which has not yet transpired, and is now on a visit to the colony, and is anxious to see the western district. In each parish he goes to, at the clergyman'sjnvitation, he delivers a lecture on his work in India, Both he and his wife are talented persons and converse freely together in the language of the nations amongst whom they have been labouring. The lecture is interspersed with hymns sung by them in the native language, and after the lecture Mrs. Cain who appears in the costume of an Indian lady addresses the meeting. She is said to be a g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

161 KING STREfir, 'SYDNEY. : MADAME WEICeTsPAPER PATTERNS ?MS jfV-P DRESSES, II ANTE JS,1 jEgB, V'/ &c. Cut in ditteient JShBb fikcs for Ijadie8- a?-l Children ?JBBBjE\-_'ac(''d'I-])fui!eil by Ditcctinns and ?jj^Hwyl and Illustrations for irakiu ? ^H^V !*? u-p. Said at prices ranging ^?V / framed, to 2s. gSt^S^. ? ^.ev!eii sfcyleB monthly in c£a9SsBB& Weigel's Journal of Fashions. Price 7d., by post '8d. Catalogues of Taahions containing previous styles of dresses, &o. Prioe 3d. Patterns sent to any part of 'the 'colonies on receipt of price and measure. (Postage Stamps -accepted.) Address— : MADAME WE I GEL,-: 1451 KINOx STREET, SYDVEY. \ W E. EBBLEWHITE, Mining Broker, 33 1 GEORGE STREET, SfUNEY. HOP BITTERS JLRE THE PUREST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from Bops, Buchu, Mandrake (Podophyllin), and Dandelion. The Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Valu able Medicines in the World, and in addition contain all the beBt and most effective cura...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 April 1882

ODDS AND ENDS. Our toy soldiers are getting a ducking in their cncampineut, and arc calling out about the hardship of 'the 'campaign 1 1 ' Last veai' iu the cneauipinert inside Paddingtou Barraeks Eoiiie of tlic more practical heros arose in the night and stole the tea and ?sugar Arc. ot the wliolc ' army ana des patched it to their friends in the countr). The liext morning there was great consternation, but the matter was hushed up for the'eredit of the 'foorce.' Ainongs.reol soldiers such an ofl'ence if a soldier could be' found mean enough to commit it would be punished with Hoggin' and drumming out Intelligence has been received by cable gram of the death of Bishop Barker, Metro politan of New South Wales. The deceased prelate left Sydney for Europe for the benefit ot his health some 12 months ago. . He was 74 3'ears of age. . TheChristchurch Telegraph (Ne\r Zealand) Bays: — 'The Freethought Association in Christchurch wished to invite Mr. Dertton, the American lpcturer, to a di...

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