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ROMANTIC LITTLE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

V(f IIOMASTIC LITTLE 1NCIDKXT. Tii^ fclliwing (says the ' European Mail ') occuried the other day sit ilte pretty suburb of Rougivul, a few miles distant from Parif. One of the youngest und most fascinating of Parisian actresses, Mdlle. L ? , who lives in thii neighbourhood, was wending her way towards a fiiend's house when, as she neared tl'e bridge, she was most politely addressed by ii gentleman wiio, fruitlessly ploved, and with hat in hand, Raid. '? Mdlle., I find myself most iiwkwanlly placed. I have forgot ton my purse, and for want of a half-penny, I shall be j unable to cross the bridge, unless you kindly ( o.ime to my aid.' Mdlle. L ? immediately felt for her pursp, and at once handed to the ' exquisite ' the coin solicited ; when, before she had time to close it agiin, he dropped into the purse a tiny little packet, and rushed off with all speed. On recovering from her surprise, the young artist opened the said packet, which she found to contain a magnificent turquoise ri...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

ODDS AND ENDS. [From our Exchanges.] Third Darling Harbour case tumbled down from L3O.O00 odd to L3.000. Though wages in New South Wales were nominally higher during the gold mania than they are now, the cost of living was so high that the working man can save more of his week's earnings now than he could then. This morning the Borehole 'miners unani mously rejected Mr. Gregeon's proposal. The strike, therefore, may be indefinitely prolonged. 1 Bordeaux Wine Exhibition opened on Tuesday under- most favourable circum stances. Prospects of Australian exhibitors look well. Tho Green Point Estate, at Brisbane Water, sold for £33 an acre. A scandalous affair took place recently at the terminus of the Lyons railway, resulting in a very violent scene. A certain princess, who had been living lately in the Champs Fylsees, was surprised by her husband just as she waB getting into the train to elope with her footman.- Tho couple, however, managed to make their escape, tho husband, who, it is u...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. We are informed on reliable authority that Mr. J. E. Bourke, tl'e contractor for sinking the trial holes nn both Hogg'B and the town line, is progressing very fairly considering the recent ?wet weather. His list of hole* to be sunk reveals the fact that while on Hogg's line the department consider it necessary to sink 32 shafts with an aggregate depth of 622 feet, they require only 30 shafts with an aggregate depth of 664 feet on the town line. So far, Dame Nature seems much in favour of our town line, as 3he gives only decomposed granite {very easy cutting) on the latter, while the shafts on Hogg's (otherwise T. R. Icely's) line very often find an early bottom on solid rock, through which the department very considerately do not require the contractor to sink with his pick and shovel. Mr. Hartigan, who has a sub-contract from Mr. Bourke on the town line, last evening had sunk 120 feet in all in nine shafts encountering only 4 feet of slate in the whole of th...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 19. (Before Messrs. N. Connolly and H. Glasson J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Monday, June 19. (Before Messrs. N. Connolly and H.' Glassou J's.P.) Henry Fovd was charged -with stealing £3 18s. and a pair of trousers at Mount McDonald. After the evidence was gone into the accused was committed to take his trial at the Bathurst Assizes which take place on the 4th of July.

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

TUENA. The Lucky Hit claim 'still produces re markably rich specimens of gold j there are 501 bs weight of very rich stone, nnd 16 tons of quartz chat will yield lOoz of gold to the ton, that have been raised from this claim lately. Sluicing claim Masden's Point commenced work a few days ago. They have been en gaged for tbe past 18 months cutting a race 5 miles in length, and it is so far completed to enable them to commence sluicing. Junction Point. — Fenton and party on the Sir Fioger Lease have struck excellent stone, and supposed to be better than the last, which gave 65ozs of gold for 16 tons of quarcz. Washington Lease finished crushing which yielded 12dwts to the ton. Stockyard and Phantom claim have also crushed, and their yield was 15 dwt to the ton. Reynold's Phantom claim and Victoria still crushing

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRUNKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 June 1882

TRUNKEV. A number of leases applied for at Black Flat, near Trunkey, for gold-mining purposes, and also 80 acres as a mineral lease for silver. The prospects of the copper mine, Thomp son's Creek, were never so good as at present, the last monthly pay was £1400.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONAtD. AWSTHAXASIO G. J\3. CO., LmiTED. — Ml- J. P. Allen, maiiHger, reports : — No. I shaft :? HOutli level from this eli'ft Ihib been drivpn 8ft, and grassiid ahout 3 tons of first quality stone, cquiil to about 2oz to the ton, nnd about 20 tons of BecoDd quality equal to uliout 15dw(s uer ton. Conliuuiition of No. 1, nor'-h : One man lias been employed strip ping and trenching this wer;k, the vein con tinues to be a''out 9in in ll)icl-.n?Rt, no fi(oii« lms lmen broken tliis week. No. 2, Owen's reef : Work lias b- en naiiined in this shaft, it line been logged u|- and limbered, and hiis boon punk 5fl, uiHking a-tnUl depth fiooi tlie snvface of 41i't. No. 3 sliaft has beou- sunk 5ft, making 1 totnl di-^pth of OGft, uud have grassed 2 tons of first quality stone mjim! t,o 2oz p«r ton, and al-otit 5 tons of second quality r-qual to 15Jwts per ton. gomo Ve'-y rich stone has open foun'l lids wti^k in t!in lease known as Fergusson's, the prospects from the ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

CARCOAR WEATHER REPORT. Through the courtesy of Mr..G. U.HoBking, local postmaster, we are enabled to give the -following report : — Thermometer. Rain. Max. Min. In. Pts. -July 8. 65 54 0 65 10. 50 35 0 75 11. 50 40 0 2 12. 49 42 0 65 13. 60 38 0 0 ; 14 48 35 0 11 2 'j ' . -AND BLATOEY&COWRA GAZETTE. TOR THS tWJnRV Off W\SE, (?OR TKB -JO?p Of -&I4, ? SAT0RDAY, JUtY 15. 1882.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ARCHIBALD FORBES ON EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

'... AtvnxrnaT.n mRms on KOYPT. During one of Mr Archibald Forbes's recent lectures on ' The Armies of Europe,' whilst speaking of the impossibility of em ploying native Indian soldiers in European warfare, he saidi — 'But Egypt is not in :£u&-pe, and! judging by the remarkable alacrify. with which Tin Egyptian division ; serving with the Turkish army ran away in one of the battles in the Basso-Turkish war, -I would back a brigade of little Gourkas to thrash soundly' the whole array that Arabi Pasha could bring into the field.' Referring afterwards to Great Britain's interference in Continental politics, by reason of the dis proportionate weakness of her army, he ? cbbSHi^-1-' But the maintenance of the. Suez Canal invokes no interference with European . .or foreign affairs, but is the simple duty which the British Empire owes to herself. There was once a steadfast old gentleman of the name of Paknereton. If he could be spared from :the-other -World for about a week he would...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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HAY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

..' . . HAY BA.ILTAY. „' ISie' pproing of th6 railway to Hajr would appear an astounding event to the colonists of the early days. Thirty years ago the trial . -survey was just ioginning at Hedfern. The goldfields were :in their first bloom, and 20,-QOOoz a week were coming from Ballarat and the Ovens.. There were still mobs of wild blacks on .the hoad of the Murray. Sbeepfed alorjg the Murruinbidgee frontage, *nrl crossed to the southWard by Maiden's Punt J-buttthe back country from the rivers was then ?unfenced, uawatered, and so little thought of that it was not even rented. People nsed to take -their sheep a ran in the saltbush for a 'few months at a time, while surface water lay on the ground after rain. Now the, iron .horse snorts through the length of Riverina,- and brings both the great cities within 24 hours of a region which used to be called a desert, but which is now ' tne richest county .of the Southern continent. What hew features will the next 30 years bring to. light...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

S*£ ODDS AND ENDS. (Compiled from our Exchanges.) . ' Among the doctrines pf Mormonism there are some that,' with, great wiadom, its apostles do apt venture to, make public in jingland. } The most fearful of these is that which declares in favour of ' blood atone-, rneh't.' The work of seeing that such atone ment is ipade is usually entrusted to the Danite band, but occasionally the eommiaaiDn ; of murder is enjoined on private members of . tibe chiireh. ..Here 4s .an ' illustration. ' In ' 1875 r married woman had confessed to, an j flnencpfor which ihe -blood atonement was the decreed penalty, and her husband was , ordered to'become her executioner. The un ;f9rt^n^,/w,pman: was made aware of her ' Impenaing fate, and she patheucally begged ??? *hat'her death might come upon her una .*? waraj.' For1 some' time the husband had busiiieas away from home.' When. he. re . ^turned Ma wife knelt beside, him, »nd .played t ia with ihis watch-chain. Suddenly he ♦orew a knife , across .her s...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. TRAGEDY OF LONGFELLOW'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

? ^MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. TRAGEDY OF tONOPELLOW's U^E. ; Before ieaving^Europe, 1839, he had met,, in much .^ie manner described in ' Hyperion' the '^svdy destined to ? be his second wife, then Wibs f ftriny Appleton, daughter of the late Nathan A ppleton of Boston. Those of us «ho;.panreoal1 the seppnd Mrs Longfellow will never forget her distinguished and noble presenoe,-or .the rare beauty of ' those deep, ttnutJterable ' eyesJl the j-oet sang.' It is .known that his suit waa not at first accept able to her, and that she was not entirely pratiBed at being the recognised theme of a ? romance so Jrighly wrought. Thpre certainly was sbine reluctant delay about the matter, us the romance was published in 1839, and it tratC'n'ot/ tOl' July, 1843, that the second marriage of Mr Longfellow took place. It Was to him a scourcc of the most unmingled happiness for many years, ending at last in a tragedy as intense and concentrated as ever poet dreamed. On July 9, 1864, his idolized wife was b...

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

Some correspondence has recently taken place between our local Progress Committee and the Minister of Jnstice of the polony in regard to a Quarter Sessions being granted for £Un»ar, and thereby of the latter to'tjiat reasonable request is to tho effect that the minister ot «J usuce cannot see bis way clear to the granting it because ihere is not at present sufficient gaol accommodation in the town. We think this is a very meagre excuse. ; it would be just m reasonable for that. functionary to issue instructions to the Judge and Jury -of the Sydney. Circuit Court not to convict any .more persons brought before them, because the city gaols, were overcrowded, *nd -xbnvicta ' wouia conse quently haye to ' be sent to Berrima or elsewhere. The oltjeot* sought ia not «apl accommodation for prisoners, but the con venience end comfort of those persons who are compelled to act ? as prosecutors and ;^itnawe« in fiasM of breaches «f the law. Surely the convenience of culprits, and of a few paid...

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

Fagan's Coaclios. moukt McDonald reefs. ON and after. SATURDAY Oct 8$h Mn. John Faoan will run a' Coach from BLAYNEY and CAROOAR for JilOUNT McDONALD :REEP3everjr Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at # a.pi, ' Leiying Euasart'e Royal Hotel, 351ajrtJ6.y (after' i-.lie arrival of the morning and ''evening Mail Trains. The Coach wiilretam from Mount McDonald every Tuesday1, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a.m.' ' ' '! ' Fares from Blayney tb'jffount McDonald 15a Booking Offices :— Oobpjind Co., Sydney ; GobbandCo., Bathurst ; Tanner's Commer cial Hotel, Mount McDonald ; Oobb and Co., Orange. ' . '? ?'?'?' JOHN jfA^AN, ' , ? ? ? ? :ii. Proprietor. (Registered nndierthe Iknto touiiAet, 1865} mHE resale of toiwexperienoe/ioniiciei upon ,ex JL tensive clioiosT obtervation,' ezteriSing over a period of 16 years at Apothecary , to -tte1 Burran gong HospitaL Thbr joik!ess%h6'folloSwaii «avwi togesoveraUother^reiikrataDrra^i'lii.i^,.' ' 'THEY are compounded on;4mwly..SciBNTOTo PBINCTPLES.' t nil: ?.;.:...

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

ODDS AND END& s [Frotn our ExohatigpfiL] Tl-« Eiist Macqvtavie election took placn on Tuepday last, the only candidates being Mr S. Smith and, Mr R. H. Thompson. Tho totnl number of votes taken waa 1308, in cluding 19 informal ones. . Mr Pmith palled ,710 and Mr Tliom|won 589, ll\» former being tints returned by a innjority of 121. IJ10 bodiua of Mrs Kraos end turae chiMieu vi\\o «ere drowned in Uie Logan lliver, while croBsina; in a punt, have been recoveivd. At ihe inquiry it was proved the boat wus rotton. A fire cf destructive nature took place last week atTuena. The sufferer, a Chinaman, was drying his tobacco, which ignited, and in short time was with shed, hut, and other articl s entirely consumed. Tho loss is esti mated at £50. Mr W. Baker distinguiphed himself in his exertions to arrest the flames and rescue property. Fine lambing on the Mara Creek. At Mundadoo, 100 per cent will be marked. They hod not even a mild attack of the drought in that locality. A youth nam...

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CARCOAR POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

' CAECOAR POST-OFPOE ~~ AltBlVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS Arrive from Sydney, Bathurat, Mail-guard, and Bloynev — daily, 7 a.m. (Mondays excupted) and 9.15 p.m. (Sunday* exoepted). Cuwra. iancut-of-Enrk, Lyndhurst. and Mandurama —daily, 7.40 p.m. {Saturdays excepted). Mount McDonald and Milbnrn Croek— Tuesdays, Tbnradaya,' and Saturdays, 6 p.m. \- Orange and UadU— Saturday, S p.m. ^ ' b«spATom^)-To' Sydney, Rathamt, Rlayney; and Mailguard — daily, 8. 10 p.m. -Saturd»ys escepted).,-, Cowia, Slifeci-ttf-Btak, IjyudftBrtR,''tin.d Maudurama — daily, 7.45 a.m, (Mondays excepted). Mtrart McDonald and MSburn Creek — MonSays, ? Fridays, and Sunday?, 8 *.'». ~~ ? ?? ?? Orange and Cadia— Sundays, S a.m. MailB clnse thirty minutes before despatched ; late fee of 2d, fifteen minutes later. Office Lours - U a.m. to 6 p.m. G. U. HOSKING, Postmaster.

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CARCOAR PRODUCE MARKET. CHRONICLE OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

CARCOAR PRODUCE MARKET. Chronicle Office, Friday Evening. Following are^uie.WhoIesale 5Pi ices ? ruling beie Btdate:— ' . ' £ is. A, £ s. d. Floor, Eurperfine per ton 14 0 0 Flour, household „ 13 0 0 Whratjw bushel ? : 0 B 6 to D 6 8 Oats, „ „ ? 0 4 6 ,,049 Maize „ ? 0- !7 0' „ 0 7 6 Barley ([Cape) per bushel 0 4 0 ,,046 Bran per WOlbo ? ..«» « « 0 „ Pollard,, „ „ ? 0 8 0,, Oaten Hay per (on ., ? 6 0 0 „ 6 10 0 -Jhaff „ ? ,, 5 16 0 „ G 10 0 Straw , ? ? 4 0 0 „ 4 10 0 Potatoes -,, „, ? € 6 -0 „ 6 10 0 -Onions per cwt ? O 8 t) „ 0 10 0 Cheeen per rb. .'. ? 0 O « „ © 0 10 Butter potted per tb ? 0 1 10 ,,029 Butler froi „ .'_ ? « 2 6 „ Bacon „ ? 0 0 7 ,,009 F-gg- per doeen ? O 2 0 „ Fosrlf per pair ? 9 2 6,, 03 0 Turkeys „ ? 0 6 0,, 0 10 0 Geese „ _ ? 0 4 0 ,. 0,6 0 Ducks „ ? 0 3 0 ,,0 3 6 Mr Hade reports having purchased, during the {rat week, 900 bushels wheat at 5« Sd delivered at ?Ottcoar and 5s 91 at Blayney. About 500 bags, -wheat have passed through Carcoar since Monday' ' en ron...

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

A&stM&igfr Iffuttuil Fire laBuraa Society. -Eetkbli«ted 1872.) OAVWALii00,0Q0. With power to increase to £1,000,000. Bournes— 20 per oent paid annually lor the U 9 years. , ? ? '.. ' '-[?'?'??l- WEBCTORS? ; flon JoWSutherUnd, M.L.O., Chairman. ,,.',' olpWifiaii'JHediit, ,l!jg...' M.P. WttBafti,i!D»y, »»q. 7 ) Jobn Wetberell, Be ? . j ? ,? i ?. i ? ' * *? i i ? ? ? *j ris^*4«^^i ? ? i ' ! ? ? ? * ? ????? :h. : . . ItA^AGEK : t3»nkWPKi«»Bt-o^y 'eWaMtehedta We oolony - JO khe Matnal Frindplea, giring policy-holde t&ok.paffttpf theiripreuiuiiui is ft cuh bonus out ' Policy -holderi are perfectly free by law from a liability. '? '? ' ' - ' ??' : SUtotH flays graoe AUowed for payment ? renewal premiums. . . . , . . frompt and .liberal Betflementa for fires. 'tVjfln£nm by Jjghtnipc And exvSoBlonB 4)y c&s psii ?? .ii v Offioesi— 184 PJtt-»treet, Sydney. ... ;:r .^. :,;?-, . Agent for Carcoar. '&$&&? Central Graia, Market. *-H'WW » TO K...

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

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. | ADVERTISERS wishing any alteration made in their edvertisemcuts are informed that a copy of such alteration must he lodged in our office by NOttN ON THURSDAY to insure the alteration being made in the next issue, and all fresh Advertisements are requested to be Lauded in before NOON ou FRIDAY to Mcare insertion. ITotioo MR. S. A. CLAKKE is appointed agent Bt Bluyney for tht ' Ciircow Chronicle' ~ and «1bo for tho '* Mount McDonnld Miner,' and is authorized to collect accounts for the samp.

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. REASONABLE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. REASONABLE C4USF. ' Much astonishment lias been c;msed among tho barrislcrs and newspajiei-s of St. Loiiis, in t)ie United States, by the ruling of Judge .Liughlin, of 'the' Criminal -Court of that city, en thp oeaiEion of 'a trial of a man nanjpd liielly tor »I-r murder 01a man named Ha'*ch. .'If,' siiid the Jridge, ' H.itsh gave Rielly reasona*i1o cRuse to believe that he was going to kill him, Bielly, in law, was justified in hunting up Hatch 'and killing' liiui ; becau\« the law does not require _tVsat a man should, wait, forc.his opponent might moot him in ttije street with a double-barrel shotgun.'' In s.n interview with a reporter, ho repeated the Ungiiiiga ' This doctrine is simply unMSRailabio,' he said ; ' thn opposite would subject any man to constant danger of the aasawiin's deadly bullet or dagger, and in every ort.se' giveis to the hitter the conf ui,u)ding atK'A'utage.' The 'Gtobo Demo crat' gives tli-; coiirrtiry views of. a number of jirtlgps :m...

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