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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 April 1882
BIRTH. HOUGH— March 29th, 1882, at her residence, Birchgrove, Balmain, Sydney, the wife of B F. Hough of a daughter. DEATHS. ON March 26th at his son-in-law's residence, Mr. Edward Kirk, Mount Pleasant Fstate, James Monahan, aged 71 years, leaving an affec- tionate wife, five daughters, and twenty-five grand children to mourn their loss. On 13th February at Wakefield, England, the Rev. J. W. CHADWICK, M.A.. Vicar of Wakefield, aged 41 rears, cousin to the Rev. A. C. Hirst, of Carcoar. MARRIED. Egan— Moore —On the 15th instant by the Rev. Dean Leonard, at the Sacred Heart Church, Darlinghurst, Michael John Joseph, eldest son of Mr. T. Egan, of Euroka, to Ada Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr. William Moore, of Rose Farm, Lyndhurst. The Carcoar Chronicle & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. FOR THE INJURY OF NONE, FOR THE GOOD OF ALL SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1882.
LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 April 1882
LICENSING BENCH. &nbsp; The Carcoar Licensing Bench composed of Mr. B. J. C. North, P.M., and Messrs. N. Connolly, and H. Glasson J's.P. held its first sitting on Tuesday, tho 18th of April, a large gathering of the publicans of tho district was assembled at the Court-house, and the legal pro fession were well represented, there being pre sent . — Messrs. J. O. Dodd, and E. North, of Carcoar ; A. W. Tuckor, of Blayney ; J. Hillyer, of Bathurst; and J. C. McLachlan, of Orange. The first case that was brought before the bench was an application for a new license by Mr. John McDonald for promises situated at Blayney near the railway station, this applica tion was supported by a petition signed by a number of the inhabitants of the district and was opposed by a counter petition from a number of persons who considered that the house was not required. Messrs. J. O. Dodd and J. Hillyer appeared for the applicant, and Messrs. McLachlan and Tucker appeared for those who were opposed ...
MUTTAMA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
MUTTAMA DIGGINGS. A parcel of 75oz gold brought in from Muttama last week, was bought by the Bank of New South Wales. This gold was from No. 5 Watson and party's alluvial claim, and washed from 150 loads, thus averaging ^oz to the load. It was very coarse gold, from Joz down to grains. Having an alloy of Quartz, if-, did 'tint, brinfr t.bfi hiVbost fismre. but a good price was obtained for it, viz., L3 1 7s. The coarsest piece that has been gqj on Muttama weighed loz 4dwt, from No. 2. At the New Year's Gift reefing claiisi (Guy and party's) there aro 15 tons of stone at grass, and it looks the same good average quality as that we have previously reported upon. They have some fine speci mens on hand ready for crushing. This is the claim that contributed the rich speci mens shown by Mr T. Guy at our display here on the 20th March, specimens that made the miners' mouths water. There is abundance of water for puddling and other purposes ; and nine claims, we believe, sre on gold,
LATE MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
LATE MINING INTELLIGENCE. (From the Echo.) Mr, Ruzicka came into town witTi his gold last night, and very kindly gave me the following information :— He first struck gold on the 3rd December, and on the 17th of th« same mouth sold 344oz. On tlie 14th of March he deposited with die Bank of N«W Smith WnlfiR 1 9Atw. nt announpnB anA jigain on tlie 28th 102oz. — the two Jots giving -a return of 153oz. -rf goW. 'This rooming he left for Tamworth with 340oz. of clean .gold, snaking .since the 3rd of De cember a total of 837oz. The shoot carry ing tire gold averages 5 inches in width, and and 1 inch in -thickncss, and .appears very rich. Ruzicka lies only Bunlfto a doptb. of 32 feetou the underlay, -giving him a return of over .26oz. to the foot sinking. Baker and party, 'On tlie adjoining claim, are down 32 feet, and expect to strike the golden shoot at 40 ieet. Some magnificent stone was brought in from Wright, Aforolli, aud party's claim at Jtarmcdinan. The quartz far surpasses any thin...
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. SLY GROG SELLING IN A CHINESE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Sr.Y GROG SELLING IN A CHINESE GAMP. : The Pastoral Times states that the police have long been aware that spirits were disposed of at the Chinese camp, Deniliquin, but owing to the cunning manner in wliicli the sale was conducted a. seizure was out of the question. Within the wast few days. how'KVfif, a desci-nt was made upon the Celestials, and a lavsrc quantity of spiritious liquors, including 165 pottles of Chinese liiundy, besides other compounds tnanu fsicturpd for the benefit of tlie benign exiles from the flowery land, were seized.
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
TO THE EDITOR. ^H Sir — Can you inform me if a uianBply to a Judge to be excused from perfottiing the duties of a juryman, alleging A-tial deafness as an excuse for such an applic^mu, and the Judge decide that the excuse is a valid one, and that the man is too deaf to sit as a juryman, is it consistent with justice and equity (I do not say law) that such a oue should tnke his seat on the Bench as a J.P.. surely if he is unfit for one duty he must be equally unfit for the other. Yours truly, ENQUIRER.
RACE FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
RACE FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. (from the echo.) Tho weather in London on Monday was beautifully fine, with bright sunshine, and the \ race for the championship of the Thames, between Hanlan, of Canada, and Trickett, of New South Wales, was witnessed by a large : crowd of people, who thronged the banks of the river, and quite filled all the steamers which were engaged to follow the race. The victory of Hanlan on this occasion, though generally regarded in sporting circles rb a certainty, was not expected to be gained with so little fffort on his part. The Canadian took the lead almost from the beginning of the vacs, and regularly played with his apponent throughout the event, Trickett (frequently turning round to see how far he was behind. Hanlan actually stopped three times to give him an opportunity of coming up to him, but when tho latter got ckse Hanlan spurted ahead again, eventually winning as he pi en Bed. The champion was loudly cheered by the spectators upon arriving opposite th...
INEQUALITY OF SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
INEQUALITY OF SENTENCES^. It woiuu aliiiOMt seem to be ivgafded as ft more venial.le offence in the eW of the law to kick a woman to death thamto pick her pocket. In illustration or (his, | Mr. Mncfarlane, M.P., ntrings together, d the March number of Macmillan a few ae&nces inflicted last year against person and pr^Lrty, irom which wo make tlie following eoA: ? Kicking a wife to death, six weeH^iard labour ; picking a woman's pocket VL §s. (second offence), 10 years' penal seA!%de ; knocking down a wife and kicking her eavagaly in the face, three months' hard labour; wi.inan ill-treated indecontly and tMl^l I ? il. ? _ » i ii ii i fiiira uy uiiuu uieii, oho sixteen montus tiara labour and two six months' each ; steatiug coals value 23 , eight months' hard labour ; trying to kill wife with nzor (second offence), twelvo months' hard labour ; stealing watch value 30s. (second offonce), five yetrs' penal servitude ; stealing a knife and keys, five years' penal servitude ; strik...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
Five centuries of -success. — Towards the end of the 16th century, the Swiss discovered in their mountains an aromatic and tonic herb, which, on being incorporated with a pure stimulating element, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonic, and' assimilant. This compound was theuoe forward known as the Dew of the Alps, -?ami under that name has enjoyed a well-deserved celebrity for nearly five hundred years. Of all the liqueurs we have ever tasted it is the most refreshing and agreeable, and of -all tonics, restoratives, and assimilating preparations it is said, on good medical authority, to be the beBt. Ear its introduction into this market we are indebted to Messrs. Mosa and Co., sole agents for Australia, It is immensely popular in the mining districts, and indeed everywhere, as a healthful restorative and delicious cordial. — Aav%. ?,.?_? ' ? Department of Lands, ? Afeydney, 22nd April, 1882. IAND SALE. ATTENTION is called to 'a, sale of Crown Lands to be held at the Land Offic...
CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 2nd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, May 2ud, 1882. Present — His Worship the Mayor, Alder men Downe.y, Callen, and Warner. The council having formed themselves into a Finance Committep, Mr .T. O. Dodd an nounced that the estimated value of rateable property in Carcoar was i'5092, which re UUCcU UY Iv JJCl VUUb ttlliuunwu IU *tvu«, this amount rated at Is in the pound gives an income of about £229, and there was the Government subsidy which would make the income ot the forthcoming year about £458 This report being adopted it was ordered to be read to the Council. At the meeting of the Council which then took place. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Two applications from D. Firzpatrick and J. W. Fox for the appointment of Inspector of Nuisances, at a salary of L10 per annum were read, and ordered to be reserved for further consideration. The report of the Finance Committee was read by the Chairman of Committee, the pro bable amount of expenditure for the coming ...
ODDS AND ENDS. (Compiled from our Exchanges.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
N/7 .ODDS AND ENDS. y '(Compiled from our Exchanges.) The poor, innocent, harmless, hardwork ing Chinamen -are coming out of their shell , two of these 'harmless animals laid wait for a ?digger named Martlew on the Avoca-roa I, ?and surprising him fractured liis 6kull n three places, Martlew died, the two misBii g links have lucidly been arrested, and a charj e H)f wilful murder returned against 'them. ! t would not surprise us in these days of sha: l benevolence if there would turn up son e ?sympathetic lunatic, who would find son e plea for getting these wretches off the f ale they -deserve, (and -which we trust 'will I o meted out to 'them,) and perhaps find soue ?excuse for the *mur9er. / The Russian 'officials %ro still afraid pi a .public coroiwtion, they imagine it is likely *o terminate in a grand 'bur A up. A young man named Andrews 'has been shot in -a mysterious manner in Dublin. A brutal murder has been committed on a lad 17 years of age the son of a game keeper at Clonb...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
MINING INTELLIGENCE. Queen op tSE Mount G.Jf. Co.— During the last fortnight the manager, Mr. J. Williams, lute Sunk a shaft 180ft. south of the main shaft called No, 2 shaft, which is now down to the depth of 40ft in a beautiful channel of soft ground. On Friday they .touched the reet which was tupping soutn from .the main shaft, and on Saturday they had Bufficicntly opened in it to test its size and quality, and on this we are very pleased to report having inspected it. The reef is about 18in. in width and contains good payable gold, we saw several handsful taken from different parte of tire reef which will when crushed and panned oil' in the dish1 give handsome prospects of gold. This -adds greatly to the value of the property, as it shows the extension of the auriferous reef a further 180ft south, and also further proves the permanency of the reefs on this .goldfield and their rich gold-bearing pro perties, Grams Amalgamated G.M., Co., limited. ? — Mr. T. G. Williams, manager, r...
CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 2nd, 1882. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Connolly and Glasson, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
' /CARCOAR POLICE COljRT. ' Tuesday, May 2uJ, 1882. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. Connolly and GlasBon, J'aP. ) Win. Flynn, on bail, waB charged with committing an assault .within view of a con stable, Mr North appeared for the defendant who pleaded not guilty. Mr North said bis client was a little under the influence of drink or it would never have happened, he was seeing some acquaint ance up to the hospital when he was called back and insulted, he felt very sorry for the affair. Constable McKenna said about 10 30 on Saturday night he saw him and u tnun named Biker coming down the street, the accused kept calling Bjker a ? liar, and wuuted to give him in charge, when h', Lhe, con stable refused to take linker in cliai-ge; prisoner rushed at the latter and seized him by tin; tliro.it, when ho uircsted him. Seargeanl Francis slated that a number of complaints was continually nmdn to him re garding the behaviour of ;i lew lurrikitis in this town, and this Htyle of thing ...
LONDON, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
?LONDOH, TVIayS. The Tondon Times doubts thai; iiny success Is likely to attend the release of the sus pects and the change in Irish, policy, it considers Tawiell is now mastor 'of ihetitna *k»n. I TheTesignitfion of the Might Hon. TSIr.' ?pVirnfm. nJ +Tin mlnnsR nf the Ttn1ir,ical nri ^soners has led to rnflslic -rejoicings In various iparts of Ireland. Trickett returns to Sydney by the Garonne ^this month. Parkes visits Belgium with a -view to pro tnote Continental trade with Australia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
Department of Public Instruction. Spduey, 4th i-Tay, 1882. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BUILDINGS. fpENDERS are -invited for erecting new X Publk School Buildings at Caiianbla. Plans -and .specifications may bo SQervand Eorais of Tender obtained at ttie CfBoo -of tho Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, and at Canuubla Public School «a applica to (lie Teacher. Tenders endorsed 'Tenders tor Buildings Oanimbla 'Public School' .must be lodged with the -Under Secretary, Department of Public Instruction, at or before 10 o.clock a.m. on«4TU'RDAY, 27th May, 1882. . The Minister does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender. F. B. SUTTOR. iTOTICE. I WILLIAM THOMAS ROSEWARNE hereby give notice that I have this day sold to Mr . John Plumb, of Blayney, all my right, JiKo, and interest in two portions of land of 80 acres caoli, siUinted at Wagoola, npplied for at Cowra by W. T. Rosewerne and party on the 14l!i February, 1882, for the purpose of Miuing for Copper, applica tions 1 and 2, -o...
CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. MINING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. \ / .— »- — ? / / MINING CASE. Dempsey v. Cassidy — Mr Dodd appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr North for the de fendant Dempsey sold a third share of a three acre lease at Mount McDonald to the defen dant, Cassidy, who was another shareholder in the same claim ; £4 was paid in advance; the plaintitt agreed to torego one, ana now sued for £10. Mr North elicited from the plaintiff that he knew the defendant had sold the share to a third party ; a little amusement was caused by this as it was in plaintiff's favour. The plea for the defence was that the transfer had never been made. The bench remarked that the transfer could not be made until the full amount was paid, After some consideration the bench gave a verdict for plaintiff with costs of one wit ness.
CARCOAR SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
CARCOAU SCHOOL OP ARTS. The following donations towards a fund to star* a School of Arts in Oarcoar were collected by Mr. Downey between Wednesday afternoon and Thursday evening ; if everyone took such an interest in this matter it would not be long before we had the institution in full swing : — Mr. B. Stuupson -Mayor) ... 5 5 0 North, P.M., „. ... 5 0 0 J. A. McKillop ... ... 5 0 0 R. M. Lindsay ? SOO H. Glasson ... „ 3 0 0 H. G. Lomax „. ... 5 0 0 J. Fagan ... ... 5 O O Mrs. Gcnnye... ... ...5 0 0 Dr. Smith ... ... .„ 6 0 0 ATr. J. O. Dodd ... ... 2 2 0 Clark ? 2 2 0 John Hade ... ... 2 2 0 W. B, Warner ... ... 110 h H. Pottinger ... _. 1 1 0 €. Boxhall ... ... Ii 1 0 CHigge ... ... 1 1 0 T. Neasmith ,„ ... 1 1 0 Rev. A. C. Hirst ... ... 1 1 0 Mr. J. Louch ... ... 1 1 0 Messrs. Tucker Bros. ... ... 1 1 0 Mr. K. Kirkpatrick ? 0 10 6 J. W. West „. ... 0 10 4 Thos. G. large „. ... 0 5 0 | K. X,nmoDd ... ... 0 5 0 ' Donations of Books : ; Mr. Mason ... ... ... 25 ydls. Mr. J. O. Dodd...
CARCOAR LICENSING COURT, Tuesday, May 2nd 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
\ CARCOAR LICENSING COURT, A Tuesday, May 2nd 1882. The application for a license by John McDonald for the premises at Blayney, ad journed from the lust licensing day was then continued. Mr Dodd appeared for the applicant, and Messrs Dwyer and Tucker for those who op nosed the ftnnlifiar.ion. The Inspector's report was read to the effect tliat the house contained the proper accomodation required by the Act, but it was not yet furnished. Air Dwyer wanted to address tho bench, but Mr Dodd objected, stating that tho case had been closed on the last licensing day, and had only been adjourned for the report of the Inspector. Mr Connolly said ho certainly was under the impression tliat tho cose was closed on last licensing day. The bench decided to allow Mr Dwyer to address them. We must remark that in our opinion it showed extremely bad taste on the part of a magistrate who did not belong to the licensing bench, and who had attended Car coar purposely to give the weight of his evid ence ...
LAND SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
?? LAND SELECTIONS. The following are the selections made at the Carcoar Land Office from the 16 th March, 1882, to date :— ?Jas. Hall, 40a., parish of Kangaloolah, county of Georginnii. J. W. Burbiidjre, 100a., pariih of Bigg*, county of Georgiana. J. O. Dodd, 70a., parish of Lucan, cntmty of Batliurst-. R. Glasson, 40a., parish ot Clarenden, county tjatnorsh. T. Hines, 90a., parish of Lucan, sounty of Bathuret. Elizt W*-lls, 100a., parish Blackman, county of Georgiana. A. Radburn, -45a., parish of Egbert, county of Batliurst. G. Wells, 100a., parish of Blackman, county of Georgians. J. Burbridge, 40a., parish of Bigga, county of Georgians. S. Carr, 300a., parish of Julong, county of . Georgiana. W. Trantor, 60a,, parish of Kevorstonc, county of Georgiona. J. Hall, 40a., parish of Kangaloolah, county ? of Georgiena. J. '-0. Dodd, 300a., parish of Nevfllp, county S. ©Idfield, £Ga., parish of Three Brothers, . county of Bathurst. J. Matthews, 40a., parish of Three Brothers, county of...