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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

ASK. FOR ^ * WOOD & CO/S * ** Celebrated Goulburn ° iboots,: ffl THEY SELL BETTER, FFT MORE COMFORTABLY, ' AND WEAR LONGER o c Than any Others made in N.S.W. __o— . Sold Eveeiwhebe. P PIGEON MATCH. T-IGE0N MATCH for L]0, handicap, JT open to all comers, with a 6weep of 10s. 50 per cent of the sweep to second man, third man 25 per cent, the balance for ex penses. Seven birds, 100 yards boundary, ljoz shot; entrance 10s. To take place at Carcoar on SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1882, Other Matches made up on the ground, birds provided. Entrances close on Wednesday, the 5th July. J. W. WEST, Hou. Sec 31 R. A. W. TUCKER, SOLICITOR, b l a na t \TISITS CARCOAR every TUESDAY * MORNING, and may bo consu ted at HADE S HOTEL PRO IT TREES. HARDY PLANTS are supplied for Car coar District from J. W. Little, Bathurst. Auction Sale in Carcoar about the end of this month. J. W. FOX, Agent. General Post Office, Sydney, 29th May, 1682. fT^ENDERS for the conveyance of Mails X to and from 1. Sheet of Bark....

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday Noon. Dr McGibbon, champion of Orangeism in N.S.W.,died lastnightatPalmer-street Manse of heart disease, in his 54th year. Deceased had been in failing health for a long period. Arrangements have been made by the Government for the payment of 4 per cent, interest upon all funds lying in court under its control in the equity jurisdiction. Mr Frank Seniov has been unanimously elected President of the N. S. Wales Phar maceutical Society.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

THE purposes for which it has been determine! to form this Company are : — To purchase a lease of five acres of land adjoining the Australa lasian Milling Investment Association's oue hundred acres freehold property, and situated on its southern boundary at Mount McDonald, in the Carcoar District, and to raise sufficient capital to satisfactorily work the same, and to do all such things as are incidental or conducive to the attain ment of the above objects. In thiV lease two shafts have been sunk to a depth of sixty and thirty feet respectively, and a drive to the south has been put in on the course of the reel at the twenty-five feet level, in the d«ep shaft, a distance of twenty feet, disclosing highly profitable auriferous quartz, from three to four feet in width. . From the above ?workings a trial crushing of &\% tons of quartz yielded 7ozs. 12iiwts. retorted gold, and the owners estimate that about 40 per cent of the Ane gold was lost in consequence of the crude applian...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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GREAT EXTENDED GOLDMINING COMPANY, FOREST REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

GREAT EXTENDED GOLDMINING COMPANY, FOR1CST REEFS. The manager reports, under date 17th June, for fortnight ending that date : — ' Since my last we have driven a distance of 30ft east, with good, payable washdirf, in fact we have got as high as Sdwts to the dish, the thickneus of tho. washdirt varying from 9 inches to one foot. My intention after driving another 40 or 50 feet is to cross cut the ground and prove how wide it may be. I also deemed it advisable to open out on the western side of your shift. I expect that we will have the chamber completed early in the coming week, when we will commence driving on vrashdirt. I may say that the mine is looking very well ; we have got one foot thick of nice cement washdirt on the side of the shaft we have just oprned which gives good prospects. Everything in connection with machinery and pumps is working well.

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Copy of Report obtained from WILLIAM NICHOLAS, Esq., F.G.S. C. G. GIBSON, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

Copy of Beport -obtained from WILXIAM NICHOLAS, Es«., P.G.S. C. O. Gibson, Esq. 41 Sib,— At your request I have inspected tho le&sn owned by Messrs, Owen and party, at Mount McDonald, I find it ?oovere ?an area of five acres, and is situated on tho southern boundary of the Australasian Mining Investment Association's 100 acio paddock -which was. purchased by them for a lawn jiinniinf, nF nnnfflL Tbe ftboyo-o&tned lease lies within the graat auriferous belt of strata on thin golfield, which has been traced for about throe miles in length. On the lease I found a shaft bad been sunk to a depth of forty feet on a ' mullooky ' reef nearly four feet in thickness, a tiial crushing from which, obtained from this shaft while sinking on the underlay, amounting to eix tons of quartz, yielded seven ounoes twelve pennyweights of gold, or over oucetotbo ton, I may mention that muoh of the gold in this reef is very fine, and X have no doubt, judging from the appliances used for Bar...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LICENSING COURT. Wednesday, June 21st, 1882. (Before E J. C. North, P.M. and Messrs H. Glasson and N. Connolly, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

LICENSING COUK1'. Wednesday, June 21st, 1882. )Bcfore E. J. C. North, P.M. and Messrs H. Glasson and N. Connolly, J.'sP.) Edward Wicker was charged with selling liquor on Sunday to persons who were not travellers ; defendant pleaded guilty and was fined L5 and costs. Mr Dodd on behalf of' Francis Stacey ap plied for the renewal of the Colonial Wine License, in respect of a house at Blayney. Granted. Mr Dodd applied for the renewal of the Colonial Wine License held by F-. J. Fox, in respect to a house at Peelwood. Granted. Anuie Regan's application for a Colonial Wine License was adjourned till the quarterly licensing day, 18ih July next. Mr Dodd applied for the renewal of the Wine License held by John Jones, in respect of the house on the Abercroinbie River. Granted. Application was made by Mr North on be half of Wm. Llewellyn, of Mount McDonald, for the renewal of a Colonial Wine License, Granted. Mr Dodd applied for the renewal of the, license held by J. M. Callen, in respect of t...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

SUPPLEMENTARY EEPOET. ' Since my previous report I find on inspection that i be deep shaft has bwai sunk to over sixty feet in d:pth, or over twenty feet deeper. The ruef sull continues, and the only perceptible difl'ereuce in it is that it contains ltss slate and more quartz, in tact the change is a favourable one, and tlill further tends to prove that the reef is permanent. 1 again nad some samples taken from, the fuot-wall, the hanging-wall, and the centre of the reef, and each gave a payable result : the centre and the foot- wall showing tbe most gold. The reef in the bottom of the shaft is now about three feet six inches in width. In the Associa tion's property, to the north, this reef has also — since u-y tormer report — been discovered in three places, and a large shaft is being sunk on it. Here the reef is about six feet wide, and of a payable character. I tee no reason to alter or aui«nd my former report, tho results of the further development of the reef only confirms it. ...

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TUESDAY, JUNE 20. (Before Messrs. N. Connolly and H. Glasson J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

Tuesday, June 20. (Before Messrs. N. Connolly and H. Glasson J's.P.) Billy (Chinaman) v. H. Glasson for £3 10s. No appearance of the plaintiff. Verdict for defendant with 10a. costs of Court. Edward Lawler v. J. N. Corry for £20 18s. Gd. for work and labour done. Mr. J. O. Dodd for defendant and Mr. E. S. W. North for plaintiff. Edward Lawler deposed : I am a miner residing at the Forest Reefs ; I know the defendant wbo is a storekeeper at C.ircoar ; I know a claim at the Forest known as Karney and party's claim ; on the 1st of January last I knew that Mr. Corry owned a share in that claim ; I agreed with Mr. Corry about the end of -1880 to work his share in Karney's claim at the rate of £2 10s. per week ; I commenced work on the 1st of May 1881 and worked for lutn con tinuously until the 24th December of the same year, and continued to work fcr him on the claim until some time in 1882 when I gave him notice T would work no longer ; the wboln amount due to me for the work performed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

The Australian Mutual Provident Society. HEAD OFFICE : 87, PITT-STEEET, SYDNEY. The Oldest Life Office in Australia. Directors : John Hay Goodlet. Esq., chairman. The Hon. S. A. Joseph, M.L.C., deputy chairman. The Hon. Alex. Campbell, ll.L.C. W. G. Murray, Esq. ] G. A. Murray, Esq. Isaac E. Ives, Esq. Chief Medical Officer : Dr. W. F. Mackenzie, L.K.C.P. (Edin.). Actuary : I Secretary : Morrioe A. Black, F.I.A. { Alexander J. Ralston. NOTABLE POINTS IN THE THIBTY-THIHD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOCIETY. mHE NEW BUSINESS consisted of G469 JL policies, assuring £2,141,163, and producing a new annual premium revenue of £71,G51 17s Id. This is a Larger Amount tban has ever been transacted ia a single year by nny other IJ.FE OFFICE in the BBITISH DOMINIONS. The Net Increase to the business in force is 3584 policies, assuring £1,179,941, The Net Increase to the annual income is ££7,455. The Beceipts from Intwest exceed the total amount paid for death claims (including bonus additions) by £29,...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

MIJM ING INTELLIGENCE, MODNT W ?DONALD. Balmoral G.M. Co., Limited.— Mr. ¥m. Nicholas, managing director pro tern reports: No. 1 tunnel lias been driven 2ft 6in during the week, making the total distance from the Vnrow of the tunnel 6 1ft The strata past through etill contains numerous spurs of quartz with pyrites &o. in them, but as yet no gold. No. 2 tunnel has only advanced 1 foot 6in,' the ground is nnrder than it was lost week, the rock being hard pegmetite and nearly void of quart* -veins. No. 2 shaft north drive, lius been driven 2ft on the hang ing wall of the reef, making a full distance north o( the shaft 16ft Gin. As the hang ing wall is got very hard and progress con sequently slow, I propose driving in the reef instead of the hanging wall in future. South drive extended 5ft., or 35ft from the shaft. Tiie quarts in the hanging wall is about the same as last reported. The quartz on in the foot wall has not been touched, as I proposed keeping this rich stone separa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

HOP BITTERS AKB TUB rOBEST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from Fops, Buobu, Mandrake (Podophyllin), and Dandelion. The OldeBfc, Best, most Renowned, ana Valu able Medicines in the World, and in addition contain all the best and most effective cuMtive Properties of all other bitters, being the greatest ?iver Begulator, Blood Purifier, and life and Health Restoring Agent on Earth. Ask Your Druggist 01 Physician. . Do not suffer or let your friends suffer, but use »nd urge them to use Hop Bittbbs. Ecmcmber, Hop Bittbbb is no vile, drugged, ?drunken nostrum ; but the Purest and Best Medicine ever made, and no person or family -hould be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you are suffering from poor health, or languishing on abed of eicknetB, take cheer, lor HOP BITTERS WILL CURE YOU. II yon «ra a Minister, and have overworked jcuraelf with yeur pastoral duties ; or a Mother worn out with care and work, HOP BITTERS WILL RESTORE YOU. If you are a man «t business, or labourer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. J ADVERTISERS wishing any alteration made iu their advertisements are informed that a copy of such alteration must be lodged iu our office by KOOX ON THURSDAY to Insure the alteration being made in the nest iBsue, and all fresh Advertisements are requested to be IwkM in before NOON on FRIDAY, to uecnrn iiiserti-in. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given tliat MR. H. L. POTT INGER is no longer Editor of the Parcoar Chronicle, and is not authorized to COLLECT MONEY either on account of the ?CIihomcle or Moctra McDonald Miner. M. GARLAND. Curcoar, May 25th, 1882. Notioo TlfR. S. A. CLARKE is appointed agent 1VJL at Klayney for the ' Caiwar Chronicle'^ au.l als) for thn ''Mount McDonald Miner,' ui.d iB authorized to collect accounts for the same ? ^^ tthc (Earcom: Shnmtcle & SLAY NET & COWKA GAZETTE. UOH. THK INJUItV Off NOSB, FOH.TUE QOOO OF ALL RATUBTJAY, JUNE 24. 1862. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

Australian Mutual ffixe XwwMfle woj Society. (EstablUhed.1872.) *' CAVITAL £100,000. ci With power toiucrease to £1,000,000. Bonues-20 por cent, paid annually for the bet 9 yearB. cnw DIRECTORS ; D' Hon John Sutherland, M.L.C., Chairman. «d. WUUamHezl«tt, Ew., M.P. B, William Day, Bo*. ^hn WcttareU, Esq. Lieo Wiwam ^.denn^aI1 James Green| J.p. ^ MAKAGEU : Walter Church. ? ?nlRST Fire Society established in the colony on ygKKZZ****'* Uw from * ^Fifteen Jays grace allowed for payment of |f fire Insurances at Lowest Kates. F ' . I In Offices s-184 Pitt-strcet, Syduey. ^ J. O. DODD, £$ Agent lor CsKoar. 1 4,,, Sydney Central Graia. Maxlwt. £ A u o * 1 o » » a l * s U» WHEAT, DAKLEY. OATS, FLOUR, to., to., Ac. 1 6al« Days; I . FRIDAY IN EACH WEEK, j ' HARRISON JOSITaKD DEVLIN, NEVT WAREHOUSE, j CIRCULAR QUAY, BTDNET. | CBB I CENTRAL GRAIN MARKET *u 1 J EMX8U6BE» IN 1«T8 I /- tanefit of the Competition .f the Whole of the st Trade of the Metropolis. I L CHARGES : I u CommiesMB ? .^~~~-- ?...

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SUPPOSED ABDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

SUPPOSED ABDUCTION. Infonuation has been received by the police that, on the 16th of April last, a little fellow*, named Charles Grimes*, agtsd about years of age, mysteriously disappeared from his father's premises at Kew, near Adelaide, and since that time no tidings whatever liHVfl been heard of him His parents are in ei good position in lifc, and the sudden dis appearance of tin; little follow Iias plunged the whol« family into a deep grief. He is described as beiii;» a fr«nk ojven-faceil in telligent little fellow, wicli peculiarly fi'-e eyes, faiv hair, nnd a h-i^iit of crossing Vis arms. Tiie clothes which he wore at the time newl i;ni be dcscribnl, «s they are not likely to be his clothes of tu-d.^. Tt might, however, be Biiid that he had a cap on heaving the wold ' Itacchante,' and wor-? a knickerbocker suit. Tt is supposed tliat the l.oy may have got away ftom Adelaide ac cidentally by strainer, or even have lison canted off surreptitiously for purposes best known to the o...

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AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN YORKSHIRE. LONDON, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V YORKSHIRE.. London, June 19. * The Australians commenced their tenth match in England, and their second match against Yorkshire, at Sheffield to-day, against the eleven of that county. There was an enormous attendance, and the greatest in terest was shown. The following are the scores. Yorkshire. — First Innings. Ullyett, caught ... ... 38 J«ese, caught ? 4 Hall, Lb.w. ? 10 Bates, bowled ? 2 Lockwood, not out ? 20 Emmett, bowled ? 0 Grimshaw, caught ... ... 3 Hill, bowled ? 8 Peate, stumped ? 0 Watmough, bowled ... 0 Sedgwick, caught ... ,,. 0 Sundries ... ...' 17 Total ? 102 AusTEAiiAN Eleven. — First Innings. Bannerman, caught ... 34 Massie, stumped ... ... 7 Murdoch, caught ? 54 Horan, caught, ? 7 McDonald, caught ... ... 1 Sundries ? ... 3 Total, for loss o£ four wickets 106 London, June 20. The match between the Australian Eleven ana the xorKsnire county was continued to day. The innings of the Australians closed for 148, 56 in advance of tho English total. ...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. SHAKING A SWINDLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. SHAKING A SW1NULER. Tho 'Balliirat Slur' relates dint Mr. Joseph Thompson, the well-known book maker, had engaged a special (ruin to proceed to Avoca races. Among those who went in the train whs a man who follows the disreputable calling of a ' sharper.' This individual had a meal at a hotel kept by a widow named Mia. Pa(,on, and in payment for the refreshments he tendered a spurious half-3oveieign, receiving 8i. Cd. change. After the muu had left the puulic-liouse, Mrs. Paton discovered the coin to be worthless, «nd as the train whs about to Ettu-t on the return journey to Melbourne, Hue immediately proceeded to the railway station and informed Air. Thompson of the swindlp. Thompson at once ordered the doors of the carriages to be fastened, and in com puny with Mrs. Pnton he scanned the passengers for the purpose if discovering the culprit. After a little time Mrs. Puton recognized the swindler, although he had clmnged his bead-dress. The book maker thereupon s...

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MESMERISING A MAGPIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

MESMERISING A MAGPIE. Professor Arraand, who is at present on a visit to Queanbeyan, last Saturday, at Land's hotel, in the presence of 20 or 30 persons, mesmerised a magpie with com plete success. The bird was a wild one, which had iust been caught for the purpose of operation ; and it was so completely and thoroughly brought under the magnetic in fluence that it implicity obeyed the behests of the Professor. It stood on its head, lay ou its back, held a lighted vesta in its mouth, and was made to do many other curious things, to the gi eat amusement of the spectators. The bird was subsequently de stroyed, as from experience the professor has found that small animals so mesmerised never recover their wonted health. — ' Age.'

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DEATH OF THE STRATHAVEN FASTING GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

DEATn OF TRE STHATUAVEN FASTIKG GIRL. Christina Marshall, a girl about fifteen years of age, known as 'the St-athaven fas ing girl,' has just died. The girl has been ailing about eighteen months, anfi, as was repor ed in the newspapers at the time, she some months ago refused to take nourish ment fcr a long period. At last, and partly under the threat that if she did not take some food a warrant would be pot from the sheriff to have her removed to a lunatic asylum, she was induced to take a little milk occasionally, and now and then she took a tea-spoonful of beef tea. This sus tenance, however, she did not take with any regularity, and for several mouths she is said to have lived on sweets alone - sugar and saccharine matter — and to iftivc taken no milk nor solid food of any kind. The yirl was regularly attended by Dr. Dougall. To the last she retained a fresh complexion.

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DETERMINED ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

DETERMINED ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE. A fortnight ugo Alice Buitowk, a married woman about 40 years of age, was charged at the Central Police Court with xtlcmpting to commit suicide by throwing herself on the tramway line, in front of an advancing trim in Elizabeth-street, near Market-street. She then stated that she hud been drinking, and did not know what she was doing. She was committed for trial, and the offence being a misdemeanor, bail was allowed. Hpihusband found it and she whs released. Last night she again made two determined attempts on her life hy the same means, and on the same line of tramway. About a quarter to 7 o'clock she was seen to go on to the line in Elizabeth street, near Liverpool-street, as the tram was advancing at a rapid rate. A roan, however, named Goodson, sung out to the driver of the tram, and it was shopped about 20 yards away ftom her. She then went away and he followed her at a distance, not feeling satisfied with her. She kept on no far ns rtelmore Park ...

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A DANGEROUS LUNATIC AT LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

A DANGEROUS LUNATIC AT LARGE. Mr. Jarrick, a farmer living at Brown's Springs, informs the *' Albury IW.ner' that a man, apparently mad, is roaming about in the bush in the locality referred to, and behaving in a manner calculated to endanger the lives o£ people with whom he may come in contact. The man is described as garbed in a long coat, and having portions of blanket tied round his legs. He is armed with a long pole, attached to the end of which is a knife of some kind, and with this weapon he chases every one he sees. On Friday last he went to Mr. McGrath's selection, aud chased one of the boys, who was, however, too active for the lunatic. He then went to Mr. McLeod's and chased him. Mr. McLeod had his little boy with him, and picking the child up, had as much as he could do to get away and take refuge in Mr. Fietz's house, where he left the child. The lunatic subse quently came here and chased Mr. Fietz. Afterwards he pursued a lad named Schwartz. It is stated that he has si...

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