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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

HOP BITTERS ABE THE ' PUREST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from Hops, Bucbu, Mandrake (PodophyUin), 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 Megulator, Blood Purifier, and life and Health Restoring Agent on Earth. Ask Your Druggist 01 Puysiciau. Docot suffer or let younf riends suffer, but use ?»nd urge them to use Hop Bitters. Remember, Hop Bitters is no vile, drugged, drunken nostrum ; but the Purest and Best Medicine ever made, and no person or family ?rhould be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you are suffering from poor health, or languishing on a bed of sickness, take cheer, for HOP BITTERS WILL OUEK YOU. II you are ft Minister, and have overworked yourself with your pastoral duties ; or a Mother worn out with care and work, HOP BITTEBS WILL RESTORE YOU. If you are a man of business, or labour...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

General Post Office, Sydney, 29th May, 1882. rnENDERS for the conveyance of Mails X to and from 1. Sheet of Bark. Wood's Flat, Milburn Creek, and Mount McDonald, three a week. 2. Milburn Creek snd Darby's Falls, once or twice a week, will be received up to noon on Wednesday, the 5th July next. Each Tender must be signed in the pres enco of % Magistrate or Postmaster. For full particulars see ' Government Gazette,' a tile of which is kept at every Post Office in the Colony. S. C. BROWN. IN THE SUPRRME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALKS. Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction. In the will of John Ragak, late of Kiueoran, near Carcoar, iu tbe Colony of New South Wales, Inn keeper, deceased. 'VTOTICE is hereby given that after the ex _LN piration of fourteen days from the pub lication hereof, application will be made to this Honourable Court in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, that probate of the last will and testament of the alwve-uamed deceased may be granted to Patrick Costello, of the Square near Blayn...

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MISCELLANIOUS ITEMS. GIGANTIC LAND SWINDLES IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

MlBCELLANIOtrS ITEMS. GIGANTIC LAND SWINDLES IN AMERICA. A gigantic scheme of fraud and forgery has been unearthed by United States District Attorney Bliss. A firm under the name of Burfc and Miller occupied a room at the corner of Firth -and Chestnut streets, from which they sent out circulars offering Govern ment land and -scrip for sale. . The authorities made a descent on the office, bat the .principals had flown. Meanwhile, John B. Uameron, believed to be a confederate ot the gang, was arrested at Sioux Falls, D.T. By telegrahpic instructions he was sent to Yank ton,, whither a Deputy United States Marshal has gone to .bring , him to St Louis. District Attorney Bliss believes the gang is an oiganized ring, who bave counterfeited the scrip,, and that their last operations have been very extensive. He says they realize 90 per cent of the value of the scrip and that the gang most 'have realized from three to five hundred thousand dollars. In St. Louis hesays they succeeded in swin...

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LATEST MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

LATEST MINING. (Compiled from our Exchanges.) A telegram received from Temora states that the dams are all replenished and the water is running freely over the flats. The vast heaps of woshdirt are fast receding from gaze by the efforts of the puddlers. It is reported that Hassett and patty obtained a bucketful of magnificent specimens from a shoot of gold in the reef. witten and party, in wasning up on ly nan's Lead, Temora, got 2 nuggets of 4oz. and 5oz. Dcutsker's crushing mill is idle, through the darn running over. Another reef has been found in Hassett and party's claim, which appears to be a network of gold bearing reefs. An extensive discovery of silver country has been made Denison Town way, and Messrs. T. Brooke, Cameron, E. Clarke, S. H. Wilton, J. 0. Miller, and the Hon. G. H. Cox have, we believe, taken up a large quantity of land in counection with it. Some surface stone assayed gives 98ozs. 19dwts. and 5grs. of silver end lldwts. 18gis. of gold to the ton. Stone recen...

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CARCOAR SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6. (Before the Police Magistrate.} [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

0AR00AR SMALL D^BTS COURT. Wednesday, June 6. ( Beiore the Police Magistrate.} Robert Kirkpatrick sued John Paine for L2 13a. for goods sold «nd delivered. Ver dict fcr plaintiff for full amount with 5s. costs. R. Kirkpatrick sued Wm. Core, junr., for L2 1h. Verdict for plaintiff with 10s. 3d. costs. Chas. Russell sued J. N. Corry for L10 foi wool sold, dse adjourned for one month plaintiff paying Ida. costii. John Links sned L. H Pottinger for L3 4s. amount of dishonoured cheque. Verdict for plaintiff with 5s. costs. Carcoar Chronicle sued Geo. White for LI 19.s. 6d Adjourned for one mouth for the evidence of the postmaster. CUrcoar Chronicle sued Cornelius Flynn for L2 19s. amount of dishonoured pro. note. Verdict for plaintiff with 8s. 9d. costs. Carcoar Chronicle sued Cornelius Demp sey for L2 11s. for work done and goods sold, L2 Us. ; paid into court Verdict for plaintiff with 6s. costs and 10s. witnesses expenses.

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MIKING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE, MOUNT M 'DONALD. Balmoral G.M. Co.— Mr W. Nicholas, managing director, pro tern reports ; — No. 1 tunnel is now driven a distance of 56ft, from the brow of the tunnel ; there is now in the face a few leaders of quartz, in hard pegma tite rock which contains a fair amount of pyrites and other minerals. No. 2 tunnel is 117ft from the entrance of the tunnel, numer ous quartz veins heavily laden witn minerals very similar to thoso observable in the main reef ; ground hard pegmatite ; this tunnel is now closely approaching to the main ueef. No, 2 shaft, north drive is 12fc in length, the new splice of quartz is making larger ?with a little gold, at present the quartz lft 8in. in width aud apparently increasing ; south drive24ft in.lengtl^thenew make of quartz on the footwall is slightly improving, and getting more defined, the quartz on the hanging wall much the same of late, the width of the face broken is 6ft from wall to wall in which the quartz is interspersed wi...

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BLAYNEY SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, 5TH JUNE. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

BLA.YNEY SMALL DEBTS OOURT. Monday, 5th June. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Edward Price v. John McKay ; goods sold and cash lent, L3 10a. 2d Verdict foi plaintiff with costs. Samuel McGeorgo v. Richard Glassnn; work and labour done, L3 5s. 6d. Summons not served. J. Clarke v. John Elliott; dishonored cheque, L10. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. Heaton Brothers v. Thomas Ryan ; goods sold, L2 14s. lOd. No jurisdiction. Heaton Brothers v. Peter Mauogul ; goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. Heaton Brothers v. Samuel Soamet ; goods sold, L9 10£d. Settled. Ueaton Brothers v. Peter Vauglun ; goods sold, L8 4s. 5£d. Verdict for plaintifi with costs. Thomas Malony v. Mathew Gleeson; balance of account, LI 10s. Verdict for plaintiff witb costs. Marsh Brothers v. George Harvey ; goods sold, 15s. 9Jd. Settled. Marsh Brothers v. Morrison & Harper; goods sold, L3 15*. Settled. Marsh Brothers v. Michael Long; goods sold, L3 3s. 2J. Settled. Marsh Brothers v. Joseph Hunt; go...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MOUNT McDONALD GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

mount McDonald goldfield. Mr. W. H. Slee, mining inspector has re ported on the Mount McDonald goldfield to the following effect, his report being addressed to the Minister for Mines . — 'Department of Mines, ?' Sydney, May 29, 1882. ' In accordance with your instructions, I have made, an official inspection of the Mount McDonald goldfield. The field is situated in the Abercrombie Ranges, about 30 miles from Carcoar. A small coach runs three times a week via Blayney ard Carcoar. and an alternate one three times a week via the Sheet of Bark, Cowra, and Carcoar road, thereby giving a daily mail to the inhabitants. The present population is about 500. About 200 are wages men, at L2 6s. a week ; about 100 are pros pecting, and the remainder are either in business or waiting for nmploytnent. There a»e several well-stocked stores and hotels, with fair accom modation. The workings aro confined to quartz mining, the country, which is rugged and broken, being unfavourable for extensive alluv...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Monday, June 5. Eliza White (a black woman in custody) was charged with being drunk and disorderly was fined 5s. or twenty-four hours. Same person was charged wiMi wilfully damaging Government property. Ordered to pay the amount of damage 10s. oi 48 hours.

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LONDON. JUNE 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

LONDON. June 8tii. Australians v. Yorkshire. — The latter in the first innings 'made 166 ; Australians in their second 135, leaving Yorkshire 117 lo win. Yorkshire in their second innings have three out for thiity, TTHyett, Sedgwick and Bates. Spoffortb took three wickets for tec runs ; Lockwood, not out, fourteen ; Hall, not out, nil. The game ended in a Sir Henry Parkes has abandoned his in tention of visiting Washington and Cansda. He dines with the King of Belgium on Saturday. The cremation of Garibaldi has been abandoned. Interment took plane to-day at Caprera. Bishop O'Reilly from America ia organiz ing an extensive scheme of immigration for Irish farmers to Australia. Lord Lamington is bringing in a Bill in the House of Lords to compel butchers to specify when meat tbey offer is other than English.

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WALLI. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

WALLI. (from a correspondent.) An important metung in emmecuon wim the Church of England was held at the post office, Walli, on Saturday evening, 3rd J une, Mr. Ellis, catechist, in the cliair. A great number of resolutions were passed, the principal being one moved by Mr. J. Bishop, seconded by Mr. Thorpe, — ' That an appli cation be made for an acre of ground to build a church on. Anoiner was uiovea uy jur. Thorpe, seconded by Mr. Lungien,— ' That a committee, consisting of Messrs. Lungren, S. Thurtell, Adams, Edgerton, and Thorpe, be formed for the purpose of carrying out all matters connected with the proposed church.' The next motion moved by Mr. Lungren, seconded by Mr. Mayher, — ' Thai all willing to support a minister state what tbey will contribute during the coming year ending 30th June, 1883,' — was followed by another moved by Mr. W. Bishop, seconded by Mv. Lungren, — 'That such persons give tbeir names to the church-wardenB with amount of contribution intended to be giv...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday Noon. Mr. Lackey did not leave for Gobar on Wednesday in consequence of a telegram statiug that rain had visited the district and the roads were impaBsable. The suit Gairett against the Government for compensation will finish to-duy, Goodlet and Smith comes next. TLe steamaliip Kanelagh arrived safely at Cleveland Bay.' Heavy rains continue with no signs of its abatement. The men on the Mudgee railway extension have received probably fatal injuries by the unexpected explosion blast.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

GRIMAULT & CO., Pharmaceutical Chemists, PARIS: HUE VIVIENNE, 9, PAftlS. DISEASES OF THE CHEST. GKIMAULT AND CO.'S SYKUP OF HYPOP HOSPHITE OF LIME. Persons suffering from Catarrh, Phthisis, Colds or Obstinate Coughs, mid generally those afflicted with diseases of the chest, bronchia or lungs, should use Grimault and Co. 'a Syrup of Hyjiophos hite o£ Lime, which, proscribed foe years past by the medical men of all countries, has invariably effected wonderful cures. By the use of this Syrup the cough is calmed, nocturnal sweats disappoar, and tho appetite rapidly improves — a fact soon demonstrated by au increase of weight and improved appearance. GI11MATJLT & CO.'S MA.T1C0 CAPSULES AND INJECTION. Renowned Physicians prescribe Grimault'e Matico as the most active and at the same time the most inoffensive remedy in eke treatment of Acute and Chronic Diseases. It has not, like Copaiba the inconvenience of giving Nauseas. The Injection is used in recent and the Capsules i...

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MANDURAMA PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

/ M.ANDURAMA PONDS. (FROM OUtt COREESFONDENT.) To let you know we are still in tho land of the living I must send you a few lines. When I last wrote I. was enjoying a good frizzling from the heat, of course I will say nothing about the flies, fleas, and other sorts of poley cattle which helped to made life more wretched ; but now 1 I am; doing a freeze — not very enjoyable. But this is a world of change, so why complain ? Every day brings its joys or its Borrows, and this is the chorus the poor dogs arc Bulging. Several, of late, have lost the number of their mess through too readily devouring poisoned bait. Poor Ohinkey, Chinese gardener, was this evening, mourning over the loss of two of his canine pets. Of course, many sympathise with him, more so because one of the dogs was on the chain, and some heartless person threw a piece of poisoned meat to the poor, dumb creature, which ho ate and which cost him his precious life. If poison is allowed to be placed on runs to destroy nativ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISERS wishing any alteration made iu their aJvertisBuionts are infwnied tlittt fcoopy of such alteration must be lodged iu our omoi by NOON ON THURSDAY to insure the alteration being made in the n«xt issue, and all frosh Advertisement are requested to he handed in before NOON on FRIDAY to secure insertion. ? __^ ? NOTICE '\TOTICE in hereby given that MR. fl. L. -31 POTTINGER is no longer Editor of the Parcoar CBR.«inci.8, nnd is not authorised to COLLECT MONEY either on account of the Chronicle or Mount McDonald Minbk. M. OARLAND. Carcoar, May 25th, 1882. ? ' Notioe- Tl /TR. S. A. CLARKE is appointed agent Jyi at Blayney for th* ' Career Chronicle and also for the ?' Mount McDonald Miner,' and is authorized to collect accounts for the Buro-\ ? ^^ 'She Catcoat GHinmide & BLAYNBY & COWRA GAZETTE MH lait INJURY Of WOMB, TOR THE POOP Of A*1 i SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1882. South Wales, -he greater success of the former in frozen meat shipments is n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

3bo Liverpool and London, and. Globo Insurance Company, FIRE AND LIFE LIABILITY UNLIMITED, None to the Assured, who are enabled by Loca Act* is alljthe colonies to tue. DIRECTORS . Edward Knox, Etq,, Chairman. B. Buchanan! Esq., (MortsndCo) W. 0. Gilchrut, Esq., (Gilchrut, WattGo. Insuiaaces Effected at lowest PcmlUe Bate* M. W. S. OLAREE, Beeideat Secret**?. Hbad Office w-e Aot»aua : SYDNBY, «S PITT-STKHT. J. W. WEST, Agaat for Careoar. Sent Post rrci in ja Envelop*, fox 4&. Stamp* to defray Fostagt THE BOTANIC TREATMENT for all N«rrons Disorders, which unfit sufferers for marriage, &o, Sas. : also Consumption, Chronio Disease ?* the Chest, Stomach, LWer, Kidneys, Epilepsy, and Diseases peculiar to females Ax-vuum~ R. T. S E L B Y MEDICAL HEEBALIST, Beto»-shibi-s»., Bubst Hikb, Sibhw. Sydney Central Grain Matket. AUCtlON SALES OS WHEAT, BABWY, OATS, PLOUB, Jta, *o., Jtc. Sii» Darn FRIDAY IN BACH WEEK. HARRISON JOHeTaUD DEVUfl, NEW W A R E H 0 IT S E, OIBODZAR QUAY, ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. A Progress Committee Meeting was held in the Courst House on Tuesday night, Cth June. Present : Mr. Stimpson in the chair, and Messrs. Downey, Dodd, Lindsay, McKillop and Neasmith.. Propased by Mr. Downey, seconded by Mr. Lindsay and carried — ' That application be made for £(500 for construction of a bridge over the Belubula River on the road from Carcoar to Fiver's Creek and Burnt Yards.' Proposed by Mr. Downey, seconded by Mr. Neasmith and carried — 'That the Secretary write to the Hon. the Minister for Works re questing attention to the almost impassable con dition of the sidelings on the road in close proximity to the bridges over Mackenzies Creek aud Brown's Creek on the Orange road to Carcoar, and respectfully submitting the claim of the people of Cwcoar to the expenditure on their end of the said road of a fair share of the annual vote for game.' Proposed by Mr. Downey, seconded by Mr. Neasmith and carried — ' That application be made to the Hon. the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 June 1882

The average price of sixpence per pound realised for the Dunedin's cargo of frozen meat shows us that we have something yet to learn from that grand little colony of New Zealand in the disposal of our surplus live stock. Great surprise has been expressed at the superior price received for New Zealand mutton, but to one intimately acquainted wiUi the colonies of New Zealand and New

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SHOOTING THROUGH JEALOUSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

SHOOTING THROUGH JEALOUSY. The Christcliurch correspondent of the ' Otago Times ' states that on the 5th June David M'Neave was arrested for shooting with a revolver at John Glanville atToomer's boarding-house Jealousv is said to have been the cause of the offence. The following are the particulars of the shooting : — McNeave, who had an affection for one of the servant girls, went home at about half past 11, having a revolver in his possession. He entered the passage, and looking through a small window saw the servant girl sitting at a table with William Ulanville, who al*- lodges with Toomer. McNeave placed the muzzle of the revolver close to the wall in a line with where the two occupants of the kitchen were sitting on the opposite side, and discharged it. The ball, however, did not pasR through the wall, but rebaunded (probably on account of the muzzle being close to the wall) and inflicted a wound in the holder's own hand. The occupants of the house were alarmed by the report, ...

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LONDON. JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

LONDON. June 22. A British manoi-war has inflicted deserved chastisement upon a number of marauding natives on the west coast of Africa, 200 of. the savages being killed. A match for L50 aside has been made between Largan and Pearce, to come off on July 10th. The distance will be from Putney to Mortlake. Thousands of destitute refugees are arriving at Malta and Cypress Irom Cairo and Alexandria.

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