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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. (Before Mr Louche, J.P.) STICKING-UP AND ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

/ CAROOAR POLICE CO (JET. ' \ Wednesday, July 12. (Before Mr Lnucbe, J.P.) STICK TNO-trP AND ROIiBBBV. James Bnik« nud James Qorncr were charged with stioking-up and robhiuit a hut, bulougiug to Robert Seymour, at Mjuufc M juquari'e. Mr Dodd appeared for the prisoners. Win. Cook, \-.c. at Carcoar, deposed : Ou Friday, 7th inst., went to Mount McDouald, and saw prisoner Buika there on Saturday, 8th ; asked him whore he slept on Thursday night ; he said at Kccfe's, Uolley Swamp ; a--k'ed bun when he saw James Borner last ; said be left him at Mauduram* at about 8 o'clock ou Thursday night ; asked him which way he went to Kurfu'a from Mandurama ; he repliu.1, rouuJ the corner ; then asked him wheu he Bhaved, said ye-terday, somewhere ; asked what he meaut by that j Baid down by the dray, point ing towards the river; arrested him end charged him with robbing a shepherd at Mr Grant's ; he said all right, old innn, : I'll go with you ; after wards, on the road in, asked him -whether he wa...

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

NOTICE. IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATE 'OF WM. TANNER, Junb, ALL PEHbONS indebted to die above named Estate are requested to Pay their respective1 Debts to Mr -3has. Higgs ' without delay, by order of the ? Official As- [ signee, .or to Mr T. KiEK, who Mr' Higgs has i employed to assist in collecting the same ] until further notice. ? ? ?— — --t CHAS. HIGGS, t Carcoar, Ju^y 6Ui, 1-881 .. \ _''; COLONIALjraODUCE JOHN HA13E .(Of |he Royal Hotel), . ' BEGS to announce that he is. a CASH, pur- - chaser of — HIDES, WOOL, FORAGE, AND COLONIAL PRODUCE , 'Of aUspjrts; 1 , ' i HAY, CORN, CHAFF ASTD T0KAGE « Of all descriptions always on hand for sale. '' ' : CHRONOjiETER ' MAJfER, watch sr;A' & te'-fe- i'sD ^a^'S L l fi ii; ; Adelaide: BteepJv 3S6yn,qy. ? , .'. I ?? ? . . , : BEGS toinform'itheJnbabitants ofCavcoav and surrounding hiatrict, that ho has op'oiie3V branch establishment hi ©lftynjyj, Miil^ajyo^ selected Fashonabla StWlcOhe all dbsdiriptidri # Gold and Silver Jewellery, -Watches...

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CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

CARCOAK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesdav, July 11. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Borough Council took place on Tuesday evening last Present : The Mayor, Alder men Warner, Clarke, Callen, and Downey. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr Henry Scarr, road surveyor, in reply to a telegram from the Mayor re questing that certain portions of the roads should be repaired, stating that the Mayor's request would receive attention aa scon as the maintenance man's services could be spared. From the same, dated 1st July, acknow ledging receipt of letter from the Council Clerk asking that the toad near the Catholic Presbytery, tic., be widened and metalled j and in reply thereto stating 'that aB I cannot see the necessity for any special expenditure at the places mentioned, I cannot recom mend the Commissioner for Roads to sanction it' In connection with this matter Alder man Downey wished to draw the attention of the Council to the flippant manner in which they were systematically treated by Mr Scarr. He ...

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

WINTER STOC K. HAWKE & PLUMB, BLAYNEY. TITE have much pleasure in announcing the receipt of the whole of our Winter Supplies of YV Drapery Stock which comprise one of tho most varied and useful ever offered to the public of Blaynoy. In anticipation of the wants of the season we Imported largely and have supplemented the various shipments by Large Purchases from the Sydney and Melbourne Markets. We have Special Values in WINTER DRESSES, Consisting of Sieges, Serges, Cashauies, Merinos, Costume Cloths, Winoeys, Chamteays, S&tteeas, Velveteens, &o.. &6. LADIES', MAIDS' AND CHILDREN'S' JACKETS, DOLMANS, MANTLES SHAWLS, ULSTERS, AND SKIRTS. We have just received a Splendid Lot, Newest Shapes, Good-fitting and Cheap. SCARVES, WOOLLEN^CLOUDS/CAPES, SQUARES, &c, In great variety. CLOVES, HOSIERY, MILLINERY, FLOWERS, TRIMMINGS, &--., ? In great variety. CLOTHING. In GENTLEMEN'S, BOYS', and YOUTHS' CLOTHING we have a splendid selection of goods ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. A public meeting was held at Mr Emms', Lyndhurst, on Wednesday evening, 5th instant, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of taking steps to secure a produce station on the proposed railway in the vicinity of Lyndhurst. Mr. J. Lithgow Oobb, J.P.j was voted to the chair, who ex plained to the meeting the object in view, and pointed out clearly the importance of the district of Lyndhurst, its central position, and unmistatceable claims for a large produce station. A committee was appointed as follows : — Rev. J. A. Burke, B.*&.. ; J. Lithgow Cobb, J.P. ; A. Kinghoroe, J.P. ; George Rothery, John Loudon, C. Young. D. Donaldson, J. Donaldson, A. Emms, J. McCloskey, B. Ulph, A. Cant, H. (W. Leadbeater, H. Clarke, \V. J. Denton, W. Death, G. White, J. Ball, M. Eg»n, J. Muggleton, R. Bunting, J. Muir, James Tucker, J. Toshack, W. Sawyer, W. Baker, G. Stammers, J. Hogan, J. Hinea, J. Stanley, A. G. Williams, J. Byrne, R. Walker, J. Stubbs, L. McFawn, W Bcddie, junr....

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LONDON. JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

LONDON, July 11. At sundown cue British fleet; ceased to fire upon Alexandria. Forty wounded are the only causualites as yet reported on the part of the British. All the Alexandrian f orts ?which front the sea have been silenced by the day s cannonading. The magazine and four of the forte exploded under the terrific fire of the fleet. The British .Consuls have stopped all shipping ' tHb! the Suez Canal. The Jobs of (he Egyptians has not been uscer.tdn.ed. JOLY 12. [ Detailed accounts of yesterday's bombard ( ment of Alexandria have now come to hand, and show that the Egyptians fought pluckily, but aimed badly: The English firing was ad mirably aimed, and proved exceedingly de structive. Twelve officers and men belong ing to H.M.S. Invincible swam ashore and burst two spiked six-poundcr guns at Fort Meks unopposed. The, official report shows that the . British loss ' for the day was 5 killed and 27 -wounded. r; The Khedive palace has been ruined by the British fire. The bombardment o...

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THE EGYPTIAN CRISIS. BOMBARDMENT OF ALEXANDRIA. LONDON, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

THE-$3YP4-IAN CRISIS. (Fkom the Ecno.) BOMBARDMENT OF ALEXANDRIA. LONDON, July 10. Admiral Seymour intends to bombard Alexandria at 5 o'clock to-morrow, Tuesday, rooming. Tho French will t not- join the British. The'British'ConsulL hasVliow sus pended relations with the Egyptians, and holds Dervish- Pasha answerablo for the safety of the lihedivo. -,.-, ., ? '' ' '_ .. JOLY 11. The Consuls rof Several Powers at Alex andria huve to-day withdrawn from the city, with the subjects of their respective nation alities, and ~arc now on board -the menof war and other vessels; ut that port. Before quitting, the Consuls preserited a 'note to the British Admiral fornially'and officially pro test-ing against tbe proposed bombardment by the fleet, which, at present/ time ^was .un called 'for. . Tlie' French '^quaSpi)^ and the warslups.,--f, 'ot&cjr^utotrjes' 't&I&re a^presput all weighed iancUor, juid hnW^Jjo^takeri up positions outside the harbour, where they had been lyi...

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CARCOAR LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 184. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

CARCOAR LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 184. The first inaugural banquet of the above lodge took place on Wednesday eveniug last, ut Keuwortliy's Victorirt Hotel, when between 50 and 40 members took part The riinnur was a most sumptuous oce, and fully de served the praise bestowed upon it by the guests. ??-.-... Mr J. ELenworthy presided/ and on the cloth being retheved he expressed the'pleanure it gave him to preside ou the occasion of this the first banquet of their lodge. _ He wub glad .to sep bo many true friends present, and hoped that next year the number would be doubled. Tlie toasts of ' The Qjeen ' and ' Prince of Wales, aud the Royal Family,' were drank with enthusiasm, and Mr Tolhurst then proposed the glorious memory of ' The Liberator,' William of Orange, and gave a lengthened oration on the benefits* of their order. The toast was received with great cheoring. The Rev. A. Dandie also spoke at great length on the advantages of Orange Lodges. Mr Rice proposed ' The prosperity of ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, ' Friday Noon. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday the supply of cattle was short, and prices advanced 15s per head. Best beef is now 30s per lOOlbs. The sheep market was weaker, best lota fetchiug 17s to 19s : inferior up to 9s. The proceedings of the Royal Commission on Friendly Societies are causing some little excite ment. The officers of the Odd Fellows' order are discussing their right to answer certain questions in face of tlie obligations they have taken to secresy. * The Geelong team of footballers have beaten those of Petersham by 5 goals and 15 behuids.

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PIGEON MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

PIGEON MATCH. A grand pigeon match came off at Carcoar on Saturday afternoon last ' for a purse of ten sovereigns, added to a sweepstakes of 10a each. Tho weather was particularly unfav6ui~ablo, the rain being incessant during the whole time, and it is to be regretted on tuore accounts Ih.-ui one that the match was not postponed until Monday, but on the urgency of one or two strangers it was determined to carry it through Some good birds bad becii provided through the energy of Messrs. Wesi and Hade, but the number being deficient fora seven-bird match, as contemplated, it was decided that five birds should be the number for each competitor. The charge was limited of l|oz shot, killing with first barrel to count two points, and if bolh barrels used, one point Boundary 100 yards. There were ten entries at 10s each ; which with the sweeps were to be awarded— 60 per cent, as a second prize, and 25 per cent, for third. As will be seen by the following score, the shooting was all in favo...

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AUSTRALIANS V. MARYLEBONE. LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

AUSTRALIANS :V. Im^RYLEBONE. (eEDTER'b TBLBOEAITS.) ' '; lOOTON, July 10. The Australian ? cricketers commenced their sixteenth match iu England, on Lord's 'ground, tb^day, Sgaiost clovctt of the .Marylebonb .'Cliib. The home team -mustered in gr«at strength and -cothpr|»ed inanyof -tliefeeBt jilayerp. ?? Xbere was a large attendiuiee, but the weather was inclement auu cold, and frequent showers tell during the'day..- - ' ?? ?' ' ?; ? The home t«inn went hi 'first (ia-J cS»mcnoed making a good stnndj W. G. Graoo batted freely for 40. wliiltt HoHiby inade45 by good play. Before any otner .wiokets^adf alien rain 'feH lieaviJy and vnt a stupto the gamb, wbicli 'stood 113 nine .for iheJosS'urtA'oViaketf. ' ', .'''-' j

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TRUNKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

X '??'.-?' TmNKmFJ^ -i s v V2 We nndenaten4:aew#faj jlto&wfLpt the once famed' ' Pioneer 'k'goldtolbe at Trunkey going to work again, 6bui8 Englifih oApibilistB are turning .jjieyrt; *$&&%:*&: ftjp much neglected goldfiejd, flQdjfrpnJiajiinspftjtion we made of the ' Pioneer';a few duvs-slnee are convinced il-5^^ie.enterDrijBe u .ViffJJ. encoura- a considerable dHfcnoe5-M6ftih?Bnd south, and nearly all tta^uatiz4StakBrt-jfttr*Jv(in 80me returns of gold :w 'believe nandsonie profits Iquence of the wa.ter- -., There jj| every reason tp belieye Jhat;tVig.yaluai)ie,,rBef will con tinue rich In deptjb, ftn,d:#s' *th&» $ '*' . J'^rge aad: valuable dam, close- to 'the: mine! with sufficient water to keep a ktge battery i«m- ? stantly going, 'there « evetjr refci6in. W IttlHeMf ;- that fresh oamtrf cbiiia.li^nipsii'jlrpfitabiy; employed. \y!e aho visited the Lucky Hit, atTuena, and saw boidp of the fiuest speci mens of golden quartz ever seen, Vine lar...

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THE SHOOTING AFFRAY AT MILBURN CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 15 July 1882

f ? __^r= TfiE SHOOTING AFFRAY AT JUWJURN 5ho adjourned inqwatou th» body.of William Sopp, Who died in.tlieCarooar Hospital on Uie wight of the 4th uistaut, JMUJ held before Mr. J. 0. Dodd, district coroner, on Tuesday last. Tho prisoner, John Burke, who had lioen. wroBted on tho chargo of shooting ? witli intent to niurdor,tlio deceased man, was present , and Mr E. North attended on behalf of the accused. The 'following jiiiy was empanelled :— JttessH. W. J. Diifltiey ftpvftman), J.'N. Currj, J. A. Mom, J. LiuK'fi, Poole, M. Robertson, J. M. Caiien, O: WoodB, L. Biddnli-li, W. Tanner, W. Nusbitt, and T. Neasmith. Seniorroonptable. Jfarker, . stationed at 'Mount McDonald, deposed that on Sunday, 2nd July, about half-past 6 o'clock in the morning John Burke came to the police cirnp, and said I whb wanted ; kon being asked what was the matter he replied, ' an attempt at murder ' ; I said in what 'way f he replied '4I ishot him with a gun, 1 have shotBopp an tho legs- ;' 1 naked him wh...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. 'West Bamiorai G.M. Co., Limited.— JI1. R. J. Champion, manager, reports: — Main tunnel.: I have again resumed driving the m&ib tnnDel, with two shifts of men, and ttncelaat report we have driven ft furthei ?distance of 3ft, making the total from ?entrance 111ft. The ground is still a nice slate country. Main shaft : Durine the paRt ?week we have securely timbered the old workingB on the east site of this shaft, 37ft lev«l, und started driving north and south, la the south drive we came onto a blow of quartz fully 2ft wide, showing a little gold. In the north drive we have 3 spurs or leaders, from 2 inches to 6 inches in the thickness also showing a little gold. Tbe ground in both driveB is much broken and crushed and requires timbering. Winee: This winze is being Bunk from a shallow tunnel worked by the original leaseholders, and is situated about 35ft west, and south of onr main Bhaft. Since test report we have eunk a further depth of 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1882

i ^OREWABD.;,,,., /;-n WJEIEREAS. .Bonie , j)ergons,;,,JCp.rj:iersi or. others, going 'through my. ppddpck ..at James Park, leave the GATfiB -O'£EN and also break ftiiddestfoy Cienw -*?'*?- ,:'?? '? The above reward will be paid for such information as will lead to theitprosecution ?and conviction of the guilty 'parties. _ ; WOO '? « THMif3WLMB.: ; : : July 18, 1882. . . : HOP BITTERS ARE THE PffiEST, AND BE^T, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from FopR) Buchu, Mandrake (Poflopliyllin), and Dandelion. TIir Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Valu able Medioines in the World, nnd in addition contain all the best and most effective curative properties of all other bitters, being the greatest Liver Rogulator, Blood Pm-ifier, nnd life and ?JealUi KeEtoi-ing Agent ou lilarUi. Aek Your Druggist oi Physician. JDonnt Eufler or let your fricuds suffer, but use »nd urge them to use Hop Hitters, Ilemuinbcr, Hop Bitiebs is no vile, drugged, diiinken nostrum ; but the. Purest aud Best Medicine...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1882

ODDS AND ENDS. [From our Exchanges.] Many people have exclaimed ' Pave me from my friends' ; the present Ministry may exclaim, ' Save us from our advocates — or, at least, from one of them, Mr Salomons.' In the Darling Harbour compensation cases, that gentleman appeared for the Crown, arid, in his address to the jury in Lucas' case, he said that it was a never-ending disgrace to the colony that Mr Lucas had been- a Minister of the Crown, and a greater disgrace that he is now a member of the Upper House. Subsequent'y lie said that when Mr Lucas was Minister of the Crown he had very worthy colleagues, and that birds of o feather flock together. Mr Lucas was made a member of the Upper House by the Go vernment of Sir Henry Parkes, and when lie held office his chief was Sir John Robertson. Mr Salomons is said to have been very severe in his handling Mr Lucas, Was he never so on no one else ? Tlid average of human life is 33 years. One quarter die before the a-«! of 7, one. half before th...

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SELECT POETRY. MARY'S WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1882

SELECT POETRY. MARY'S WARD. My boy lay cradled for his last, long sleep, On the white pillow of his coffin-bed, With rosebuds in bis hand. I came to weep Above the stricken glory of his head ; And ' Oh ! 1 cannot hare it bo,' I cried. 'Come back to me from Heaven, my babe, my own! No sorrow such as mine the whole world wide - Has ever seen ?' was my unreasoning moan. above me, where I wept my precious child, j Tbe dear MadonnA clasped her infant son ; . A-ud thus she eeemed to say — that Mary mild : ! -? 0 mother, loved I not this little one ? ' Yet through a life of pain I saw him go, Till.-onthecruel crosolBawhimdie 1 ? Be still, and think, is this, thy young heart's woe, : Like my pierced soul's long pain and Agony f ' Such gentle pity seemed her lips to move— i Tie blessed mother of the blessed Lord,— Eoracoents sectnedso full of tender love i From that Soar heart, once pierced by boitow'b .' -. SWOrd, , .. ?? ?..? '?.-..? ':....-. . I :' . ,l , . X said, 'O Mary ! as thou loved...

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EXTRAORDINARY MATRIMONIAL COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1882

EXTRAORDINARY MATRIMONIAL COMMISSION. A. most extraordinary case was heard at the small debts court,. L^mb'toiij on Tuesday, before Mr Perrott, .P.M., In which Mrs Graham, a widow, residing near Lambton (according to the report in tho ' Newcastle, Hferald'.), sued Mr Jacob Hall, a storekeeper, of the same place, for the sum of £9 19s, for commission on obtaining a wife for him as per agreement. The court was well filled — the fair sex being well represented. During the examination of Mrs Graham the court was convulsed with laughter. Tne cause ot action as set out in tne summons ran as follows ^ — *' To searching for and pro vidiug you with p, Wife, as per agreement, £9 19s.' . Mr T. ?Cronin appeared for 'Mr Gorrick on behalf of the plaintiff, and Mr Muore for the defendant. After opening the case Mr Cronin examined the plaintiff as follows :— By Mr Cronin ; Are you the ?plaintiff in this case '( Mrs Graham: Yes. : Mr Cronin : Did the defendant, Jacob Hall, employ you to procure him ...

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CARCOAR WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1882

OARCOAR, 'WEATHER REPORT. Through the courtesy of Mr, G. TJ. Hosting, local postmaster, we arc enabled to give the following report : — Thermometer. Rain. - Max. Min. In. Pts. July 15. 43 30 0 0 17. 45-30- 0 0 18. 47 30 0 0 12. ... Jtl 30 0 0 20. 47 33 0 0 21. 48 *' 34 0 0 0 0 '-Sharp frosts all the week. %l\t (EarcoHt €hi'ontck AKD BLAYNEY & tlOWRA GAZETTE, , TOS. THK TSTJWRV OF Ml, FOR TUB OOOO OF Ail / SATUKDAY.-JlJtY 22. 1882.

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A WOMAN'S WIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 22 July 1882

A WOMAN'S V/IV, Many of thb first settlors of lUinios were rodo in speech and rough in manner. Money was source with them, and Rervice . was paid fur in iir.iduce. Governor B ? usivl to illustiaCe those inci.lnutB of frnntipr life by tho following anecdote : — One day tliero cumo to his office a yuung man accompanied by a young wortinn. '? Be you tho squire ?' askod lUo manly youth. ; ' Ves, sir.'1 , . j '*' Can you tic tho knot for as, rtglitaway f \ ?? .\ns, sir.' ' How mucb do ycu charge ?'? | ' One dollar ie' the legal fee, sir.' '.' Will you tafcu your foe in fyeeswax f ' Yes, if you can't pvy cash.' ' Well, go ahead and tie the knot, anl I'll fetch in the wax.' ' No,' said the squire, thinking there was a good chance for a little fun, ' bring iu the beeswax first, and then I'll mnrry you.' Reluctantly the youth went out to whore was hitched the horse, upon which, Darby and Joan fashion, they hn.il ridden, and brought tlio wax in a e.ock. On being weighed, its value was found t...

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