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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. A. H. PRINCE & CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT: Sydney, May 3rd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. A. E. PEINCE & CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT'. Sydney, May 3rd, 1882. Hay, — Daring the last four weeks there baa b°en gTca*; fluctuations in this item — itt-lsee bundle!* going from 9s 2ri np to 12s 6d, (he latter being the highest price for some years. Bales reached 103 9.1 and Us, and trusses about same figure. A -steady decline however has set in, and to-day prices ruled as follows : — Prime oaten bundles 8s 9d to 10s Id ; average, about 9s 3d ; medium quality, 7s 6d to 8s 3d. Superior trusses, 8s Cd to 9s 3d ; medium, 7s 9A to 8s. Best bales, 9a 3d to 9s Sd ; medium, 8s to 8a 6d. Oaten and. whealcn bandies, best, 8s 6d ; median), 7s 9(3. Wheaten sheaves, 6s 3d. Lucerne. — This line has steadily advanced up to 7e and 7s 3d., both for bales on the wharves and trusses at the railway, and tonlay prime qualities would readily command these iigures. Medium, 59 Gd to 6s Gd ; inferior, 6p. Thete figures apply to bales and trusses. - Chaff. — Very superior oalea a...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. ?SYDNEY, Fetdat, 3 p.m. The Hoo. John Lackey has arranged will Amos BroR. for the extension of the line to 'Nyngan, 100 mile?) from. Dubbo, to open the ?extension to Warren-road 64 miles on the 16th October, nnfl to Nyngan -on February , 3rd, 1883. V meeting of persons interested in the 'liquor trade took place last night Mesms 'Read, 'O'Connor, McJSIhon*: were present. A ?manifesto wBsread;con3emnlngthe new Act as tyrannical to the trade and the public ; a 'resolution was carried to take every neces sary step 'to ob'tnin an amendment of the pre sent bill. The Highland Society havo invited Archi 'baW Forbps ton banquet The City Architect has refused to allow the erection of the 'New South Wales Masonic Hall in C«stlereagli-slreet to pro ?ceed on the grounds that there is insuffi cient provision for escape in -case of panic. No change in tliecatfle -and sheep market mince last week.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISERS wishing any alteration made iu their advertisements are informed that a copy of such alteration must be lodged in our office by NOON ON THURSDAY to inimre the alteration being made in the next issue, and all Fresh Advertisements are requested to be handed in beforo NOON on FRIDAY to secure insertion. NOTICE. ALL business communications in connec tion with the Cahcoah Chronicle and Mount McDonald Miner must be sent to the EDITOR and not to Mrs. BOYLE. Compliance with this notice will prevent delay in the transaction of business. %\u €mx0itt (Jlinmiclc & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. FOR THS INJURY Of N'»K«, FOB TUB QOOD OK ALL SATURDAY. MAY 6. 1882.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
City Mutual Fiio 'Insurance Com jany (Limited). Head Officeu ?Waterloo Chambers, 468 George-stroot, Sydney. Capital, L500.000. Subscribed, L150.000. DIRECTORS : Hon. M. Fitzfatbick, M.P., Churmaa. John See, Esq., M.P. I J. P. Garvan, Esq., M,P. John T. Toohky, Esq. | P. Hogan, Esq., J.P. PAMUCfc. STAKUW, ESV., J.P. j»ax« of tlu Profits will be Eetnrned to \Policy-noIder8 as a Bonus every year. All Dainages by Lightning »nd Gas paid, whether ?et on Ore thereby or not. Fire Bisks aooepted at Lowest Bates. WM. A. MASON, Loo Agent. USTRA11AK MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1840. The Oldest Mutual Life Offic* in Australia. Hba» OmcEs 67, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors : The Hon. John Smith, C.M.G., M.L.C., Chairman. John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Isaac E. Hives, Esq. 1 Robert J. King, Esq. 8. A. Joseph, Esq. | G. A. Murray, Esq. Chief Medical Officer : Dr. W. F. McKenrie, L.R.C.P. (Edin.) Actuary: I Secretary : Morrice A. Black, F.L A. j Alexander J. Balston. The new busin...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Now that an Inspector of Nuisances has been appointed it is to be hoped that he will do his duty fearlesslyand without favour or affection. He will find that at the commencement he will hare a large amount of work to do, and doubtless will have to bring several up before Mm flnurt before he will be able to nenuade residents here that the chronic state of filth and stench in which the back yards of many of them appear to be, is not allowed by law. Some dead animals too in a ptddock adjacent to the town render the atmosphere anything but pleasant to passers by, and ought to be at once burned or buried. We are glad to see that steps have at last been taken in the right direction by Mr. Alderman Downey towards the raising funds for a School of Arts atOarcoar. Mr. Downey has started personally canvassing for subscriptions, and it is to be hoped that as this gentleman has shown his interest in this matter to such an extent bb to give his time and labour to the work...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 May 1882
The gratuitous and uncalled lor insults that have been offered to the railway officials of New South Wales lately, more especially those stationed at Blayney, would almost make us believe that the Government of this colony employ in that particular department a number of officials upon, whose sobriety, Jiemvfinn anil mod conduct they cannot rely. We have always understood that the railway officials of New South Wales could hold their own with those of auy other railway company in the world, for intelli ? gence, smartness, and good conduct, and we have never heard of any accident having ever happened on any of the lines of this colony where the cause could be attributed to drink, and yet we are suddenly told that these railway officials, these Government officers, who have boen picked for their steadiness, sobriety, and smartness, are not to be trusted : that if grog is placed within their reach they will not be able to with : stand the temptation, but will guzzle until they have los...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
NOTICE ALL the old Outstanding Accounts due to the Carooar Chronicle and Mount McDonald JIikek, if not PAID before Fill DAY, the 26th instant, -wiU he sued for at the next Small Debts Court, to be held in Careoar on Tuesday, (he 6th June. ITotioo Tl/TR. S. A. CLARKE is appointed agent JjJL at Rkynpy for the ' C*rco&r Chronicle' and also for tlio ?' Mount McDonald Miner,' and is authorized to collect accounts for the samp. NOTICE. ~ ALL business communications in connec tion with the Carcoar Chronicle and MoONT McPoKALD MlNER lnust bo Bent to the EDITOR and hot to Mrs. BOYLE. Compliance with this notice will prevent delay in the transaction of business. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISERS wishing nny alteration tnnde in their advertisements are informed that a copy of such alteration must be lodged in our office by NOON ON THURSDAY to insnre the alteration being made in the next issue, and all . fresh Advertisements are requested to he handed in before NOON «n FRIDAY to secure...
STABBING CASE AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
STABBING CASE AT SEA. The schooner Rachael^Cohen, from Queens land, arrived on Sunday last. The captain informed tho police that chief officer John Wallace had been stabbed by a sailor named Henry Stroonbandt, ' A warrant was issued for the arrant nf fhn nnnnnml onA 1--- «mi- »v» va-w U*«WUV V- »f'W HVWUDVUl UUU. 41(3 WHO lodged in the lock-up. It appenrs that tho schooner left Ballina on the 7th inst. On. thp 14th, when near Capo Howe, the mate was on dflok with Stroonbandt and anothnr of the crew was hauling the jib down when Stroonbandt . deliberately, and without pro vocation, or warning, drew, a forge sheath knife and stabbed the mate in the back under the left bhouldei-blaile. The mate was taken below, his injuries being attended to as 'well as possible in the absence of surgical ?assistance. Two Lours later Stroonbandt was arrested and secured. On being, taken to 'the lockup be became very violent, and said that (te had been insulted by the 'mate, who ^ accompanied him to tli...
LONDON. May 25th. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
LONDON. Mav 25lh. Small-pnx is raging at Sarajevo in Turkey and daily deaths averaged twenty. Tho publisher of the 'Freiheit,' a German social newspaper published in London, was to day committed for trial fur an article which recently appeared in that paper justifying tlie murder of Lord Frederick Cavendish, lace Chief Secretary for Ireland. During the debate on the Irish Repression Bill Mr. Dillon refused to denounce outrages in Phoenix Park, Mr Gladstone strongly reprobated the attitude assumed by him. The ' Government Gazette ' of to-day an nounces the following honours conferred upon the occasion of Her Majesty's Birthday : — To be Knights Commanders of the Order of St. Michael and St. George : The Honourable John Hall, late Premier of New Zealand ; Colonel Whitmore, late Colonial Secretary of New Zealand ; the Honorable Saul Samuel, Agent-General in London for the colony of New South Wales. To be Com panions of the same order: H. H. Hayter, Chief of the Statistical Department, ...
A LIVELY MOTHER-IN-LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
A LIVELY MOTIIER-IN-LAW. A case of domestic unhappiness occupied 'the attention of the City Bench (says the ?*' Ballarat Courier.') A lady of mature age, named Ann Hurley, was summoned by her married daughter, Isabella Whaler, for assault and abusive language, while the Jatter was summoned for abusive language ?only by her mother. Mrs. Hurley visited her daughter's house professedly to inquire ?after her husband, atid then abused her -daughter, and ended by giving her a black ?eye. Mrs. Hurley showed that she was ?quite unable to control her temper. She was continually shaking her head and ejacu lating when any sentence was spoken by a witness that did not agree with her, ' It's a lie,' and one time she went so far as to poke her daughter's counsel with her umbrella, -and the hitter had to appeal to Sergeant 'Cardeu for protection.' When in the box she made known the alleged cause of the 'disagreement, which was that her daughter and her son-in-law were trying to decoy away :herhusb...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. FRIDAY NOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday Noon. At the cattle sales yesterday the market aaBnmed a firmer tone, sheep slightly lower, best wethers averaged ]2s.2d to 12a 9J. The Now S'Hith W.-iles contingent Fire Brigades havo healed their differences and took pare m various competitions at ju.eiuourne yustenlay. The Prince of Wales and the Grand Master of the Freemasons h:is refused to recognise the Grand Lodge of New South Wales as acting under self-constituted jurisdiction.
TOOTHACHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
TOOTHACHE. The following letter appears in a late issue ?of the Lancet: — 'Sir,- — For the relief of common toothache I recommend U;he use with benefit of toothbrush (one with bristles -some long and short preferable) well charged ? with common yellow soap, and with water --cold or tepid) to thoroughly cleanse the teeth ?and mouth. Then, if requisite, to smoke a Jbrown paper cigar, retaining the smoke which contains, I believe, creosote in vapour in the mouth for half a minute, or as long as -convenient. A'-iew drops of oil of juniper with tincture of- opium or lint are good after ?cleansing — for some permanent relief a €ew minims of tincture of gelseminum with am monia and alkaline bicarNraates. I am of 'opinion that the poiu in hollow teeth is often caused by some ' li ving thing in partially putrid food lodged in the tooth, and that ?ffew.refore a- cleaning with soap and water should be the first step.— I am, sir, your 'obedient servant Charles J. Young F.R.C.S. BSnglaud Chilton...
HITS BY STRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
HITS BY STRANGER, It's no wonder some of tho Government officials can cut a dash. Report says two appraisers of runs now engaged in valuing squattings in the north-western districts have taken also to life assurance business and are 'running' a medical referee with them. Good shot, boys; but will you make it convenient to come round this way before the - winter is over and give our squatters a turn by insuring the lives of the starving stock 1 , . The aristocratic town of Wellington is evidently suffering from optbalmia. Young Pills has just returned from tho old country and is suffering from eye disease, I saw him wearing an eyeglass which doesn't at all become him. Two young cads are imitating him and the trio daily visit (professionally of course) Mrs. HugheB of the itoyal. Tlio Goboloin King rapped them hard the other day when he told thoy they wero misplaced.
NOT USED TO LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
NOT USED 7TO 'LAW. A pungent and amusing commentary upon 'the intricacy and ttneertuinty of proceedipgs nn our law courts waB made Hy Titokowarti when before 'the New !Plymouth Bench, ?charged wilh, having nsed threatening Ian :gu»ge at Munaia. Tlie old warrior pleaded 'guilty,' evidently thinking it -useless to do ?otherwise. But the bench, at 'the instance of ?the prosecuting counsel, entered a plea of '' not guilty,' and proceeded to take evidence. 'The interpreter, Johnny Blake, had fcreat -difficulty in explaining the slatu quo to Tito. *Freely translated, the following conver sation took pkee between Blake and Titoko ?waru : — Blake : The magistrates' won't allow ?jou to say you are guilty ; they say you aro iiot guilty.'' Tilokownru (wrapping his 'blanket . round him, and preparing with an air of i satisfaction to leave the dock) : -Kap^i ! (Good.*) Blake1: You renstrft go 'they're going to try you now. Titokowani ?(astonished): What do they want to (ry me tfor if they say Te...
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
THE QUEEN'S BIETHDAY SPORTS. Those sports which took place on Wednesday last was in every way a success, but owing to the inclement state of the weather the atten dance was' small. Mr. J. W. West discharged the duties of Secretary with his usual ability. The following are the results : — Queen's Birthday Handicap of L25, to be run in divisions of 100, 150, and 200 yards ; first prize L20 ; second prize 3 ; third prize LI* First Division. H. G. Glasson ... .„? 1 — Martin ... ... ... 2 Flanagan and Minahan dead hea'. for third place. Second Heat. Collard ? 1 Priest ? ... 2 Calverston ' and EL Glasson dead heat for third place. Second Division, ISO yards. Flannsgan ... ... ... 1 H. Glasson... ... ... 2 Martin ? 3 Second Heat. Cal version ... ... ... 1 Collard ? 2 Ryan ... ... ... 3 Third Division,*200 yards. Colverston'... ... ... 1 Collard and Flannagan dead heat for second place. Final Division. Calverston ... ... ... 1 Flannagan ... ... ... 2 H. Glasson .. ... ... 3 The running for ...
LATEST MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
LATEST MINING NEWS. (From Our Exchanges,) Gibilambone Company. — The mining tnnn *ager reports as follows : — South shaft — The *two Jends at the 26-fathoro1 level, i.e., south of. -ctoss-cut and north of winze, have; not, yet; been holed, both in broken country, and pro bably bo Tidied in a few days. The trial Bhaft north-east of south Blia'fb is now down' about '?9 fathoms. Middle sliaft: At the S2-fathom level the east end has now been driven in nil about 5 fa.tb.oms from the shaft. 'The lode ?still continues -very goocj. The wetftehdhaa been extended about 6ft since last .report,' -making in all about 21 fathoms from shaft. iDuriDg the week the end came against a ?elide, which having been. cut through, shows rich green carbonates similar to those near, the surface. . The winfee .sinking below - 23 fathom level, oast ehaft is now down '3 ifathoms, and still in gpoflorey grotind. 'WeBt ?of shaft at t'liisi lovel the men are -engaged etoping outsider of level. Altogether there are ...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
TO TEE EDITOR. Six, — Can you tell me where the Inspector of Nuisances is to be found and whether there is not a by-law prohibiting pigs from being allowed to run at large ? Several times during the past week three or four pigs might have been seen rooting up the footpath in Naylor-street near Kenworthy's hotel. If pigs are to be allowed to undo the work of the Corporation labourers, the sooner work stops the better. It would be a saving of ratepayers money. Yours, &c., ONE WHO PAYS HIS RATES.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
Ti.o Liverpool and London and Globi Insurance Company, FIRE AND LIFE LIABILITY UNLIMITED, None to the Assured, who are enabled by Loo Acts in all.the colonies to sue. DIRECTORS. Edward Knox, Esq,, Chairman. B. Buchanan, Esq., (Mort and Oo.) W. O. Gilchrist, Esq., (GilchristjWattCo. Insurances Effected at Lowest Possible Eatei M. W. S. CLAEKE, Resident Secretary. Head Omct tot. A\j8tea.lia : SYDBTEY, 6? PITT-STREET J. W. WEST, Agent for Careoar. Sent Post Free in an Envelope, fo; 44. Stamps to defray Postage rpHE BOTANIC TREATMENT for all Nerroui J_ Disorders, which unfit Bufferers for marriage &e, &c. ; also Consumption, Chronic Disease of tin Chest, Stomach, liver, Kidneys, Epilepsy, ant Diseases pecnliar to Females Al)DEBS» — R. T. S E L B Y MEDICAL HERBALIST, Bkvowbiiuc-s*., Bxmm Him*, Browro. Sydney Central Grain market. AUCTION 8ALE8 OF WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, FLOUR, 4a, *a, ftc 6alb Huts t FRIDAY IN EACH WEEK. HARRISON JONES' AND DEVLIN NEW WAREHOUSE, ^ CIRCULAR Q...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 May 1882
LOCAL ADD GENERAL SEWS. i Lionel H. Pottinger, late editor of the Carcoar Chronicle,' was brought up at the Carcoar Police Court on Friday last, on -warrant, charged with embezzling monies Hie property of Mrs. Garland, proprietress of that journal. The evidence of Mr. Dodd and Mrs. Garland was taken, and the accused was committed to take his trial. A son of our townsman, Mr. J. W. West, was thrown from his horse, which bolted with him, and received a few nasty braises ; beyond that there is nothing serious attached to the accident. Mr. Fox, storekeeper of Mount McDonald, accidently shot himself in the wrist on Thursday morning last. We are not in f uU possession of tha particulars but regret to say his injuries were so serious as to necessitate his removal to Cowra for medical aid. A. rather severe accident happened on tho Queen's Birthday to the second son of Mr. L. H. Pottinger of this town. He was in the act of letting eff a firework known as 'The Devil among the tailors,' which ...