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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4TH. (Before N. Connolly, and J. H. Louche, Esqs., J'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

Fuiday, August 4th. (Before N. Connolly, and J. H. Louche, Esqs., J'sP.) John Withers alias John White appeared (hi custody) charged with being the bailee of a creamy horse the property of John Vaughan and converting such horse to his own use with iuteut to defraud. sergeant Francis deposed to tne arrest or the prisoner on Friday, the 2Sth July, at Mouri Station near Parkes. John Vaughau, farmer at Teesdale, gave evidence to the following effect : — On Feb ruary last the defendant came to me and asked me for the loan of a horse to ride to Parkes ; he said he would be back in a fortnight; the creamy horse outside the court is my property, I lent ittosdefendant; he did not return it within the fortnight as promised ; I never saw the horse again until I saw him in possession of the police, and I never saw the prisoner from the time I lent him the horse until I saw him yesterday in custody ; I never authorized the prisoner to sell the horse, or in any 'way to dispose of him ; the mornin...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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A DOG STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

: ' . ; '.' a ixw stoey. Ar story -of, extraordinary intelligence on the part of edhg (savsflri'English paper) is vouched for by Mr W. H. PearsonjTjf Darnngton :— There hangs in -my: parlour a ^photograph of a large, Newfoundland : dog, which, belonged to Mrs Eichardson, of LowelL She took him to have his, phpjtoOTaph taken. When , they got, him. fi«d,;_witji that. big tube ippintine at him. he dian'tiUte thelnok rti it, aii'd got Tup and shook hUMelf.- He repeated this every time tjiey sbt things (arranged; ''They could not get him to St.-1 Finally^ JUrs.BiohlardBon said, -''You are a bad dog:' gcKhome!' He sneaked nut as if ashamed, with Jus nead, down and his tail between Ids. legs. He Kept out of sight'aU day, and the next morn ing wa| miBsing. About noon he oame tHwg in, -wagging his tail, and with' every indication of a happy dog: -i '-fie had a package tied round his neck, which Mm Richardson, on taking off, found to be a photograph of himself . She wont down to the photograp...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE . SYDNEY, Fbiday Noon. Doctor Baly on rrf urther examination of the youth Wooley reports the case not to be small-pox. Gustavus Wangenheim, an old colonist, a long time proprietor of Wangenheim's Hotel, died suddenly last night of heart desease, while smoking on the balcony at his resid ence. Liberator and Boolka are struck out of the Hawkesbury Handicap.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

ODDS AND ENDS. [From our Excliangps.] Tlio ' Western Independent ' says ' pub licans and storekeepers should be on their guard againut a pack of swindlers wlio are now busy victimising the unwary in the Bathurst district. The mode of swindling is really very transparent, nnd the only surprise is that it should have proved as successful hs it has done. Memos. are Bent to hotel keepers and othei-s, filled up to the effect that a letter enclosed is to bejgiven to the parly to whom addressed on his in-rival in town and calling for it. It is also stated that the letter contains a cheque. The latter is duly called for, but of course after bank hours, and being opened in the presence of the sometimes un suspecting landlord, the expected cheque is discovered, and the landlord duly informed that his visitor will require bed, &c, is asked to cash the cheque. We need not say that he finds out next day that he has been thor oughly victimised. With some slight varia tion in the programme...

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LONDON. AUGUST 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

LONDON. August 2nd. Ihe Ladies Land League of Ireland will shortly be dissolved. Messrs Parnell and Dillon are engaged forming a new Constitutional Land League. Oalifornian wheat has advanced 1 dollar 75 cents. Rise in sharps are expected owing to the uncertain prospects of the British harvest and Egyptian difficulty. Mutton ex Lusitaina realised 6d farthing per 1b. Ricciotta Garibaldi is organising an Italian legion to assist Arabi Pasha. Arabi Bey is shooting Khedives adherents in Cairo. An official dispatch states that the Prus sian Government deprecates isolated action, and hopes England will co-operate in con ference. The British Government requires that the Turkish troops sent to Egypt be subject to the orders ol General Wolsely. The Conference has resumed sittings under tho presidency of Count Dicorti the Italian Ambassador. A proposal has been submitted by the Italian Government for a collective naval protection for the Suez Canal. A Naval Brigade has lieen landed and occupi...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1ST. (Before N. Connolly, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Tuesday, August 1st. (Before N. Connolly, Esq., J.P.) Trustees Carcoar Common v. Edwird Cody. Mr North for plaintiffs. Defendant did not Appear. Claim L2 for damages for allowing two horses to trespass ou the town common. J. \V. Fox, the ranger, gave evidence of the trespass. Verdict for plaintiff* for 30a and costs. The Carcoar Municipal Council v. James Walsh. Claim for 5a 9d for rules. Mr Dodd appeared for the plaintiffs. The point which hud to us decideil in this case was whether a tenant who had received notice and demand of rates could get out of liability by leaving the premises which had been Mssesaed. The premises occupied by defendant were assessed at 11s 9d. On account of this rate lie paid Gs, leaving 5s 9d balance. He leit the premises and refused to pay the balance. The presiding magistrate was of opinion that the whole rate became payable within 44 days after service of the notice, and that a ratepayer could not evade his liability by leaving the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

Udolph'o Wolfe'* Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps acts directly upon the urinary organs, removing all renal obstructions, and expelling all other ' impedimenta.' It permeates the bladder, and eradicates inflammation. It eourseB, with a gently stimulative glow, through tho alimentary canal, and by rapidly assimilating the food, we ake into the system, acts as a safeguard against indigestion and dyspepsia. It distributes the gastric juices where they should ho moat operative, and by toning the. tissues fits the body for the pnoper performance of its functions.— Advt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

HOP BITTERS ARE THE PUBEST, AND BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from Hops, Buchu, Mandrake (Podophyllin), 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, beingthe greatest liver Regulator, Blood Purifier, and fife and Health Restoring Agent on Earth. Ask Your Druggist oi Physician. Donot suffer or let your friends suffer, but use aud 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 thould be without it. VALUABLE TRUTHS. If you are Buffering from poor health, or languishing on a bed of sickness, take cheer, for HOP BIT1EHS WILL CURE YOU. If you are a Minister, and have overworked ycurself with your pastoral duties ; or a Mother worn out with core and work, HOP BITTERS WILL RESTORE YOU. If you are a man of business, or labourer, we...

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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

OPEN COLUMN. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that w do not necessarily endorse the opinion8 expressed by our correspondents.]

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A HORRIBLE TRAGEDY AND ITS SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

A HORRIBLE TRAGEDY AND ITS SEQUEL. A correspondent writes to a contemporary : — I cannot dose this letter without chroni cling a tragic event which took place recently. It. was on. the northern frontiers of this empire, over against Saxony ; the scene, an inn ; time, evening. Many old customers of the place were assembled in the snug room with its time polished tables, its tailtiled stove, its amazing pictures of saints and angels. Beer enough to float an ironclad, wine enough to intoxicate a continent, had been served out in that place since its first dedication to Bacchus two centuries ago. To-night the worship of wine crowned deity ?was proceeding as merrily as usual, and the air was thick with tobacco smoke, when a man with a sleeping «hild in his arms slouched and sat in the corner. He drank a glass or two of beer, while the child a golden haired little fellow of about five, rested his head on the table and went on with his nap. The jolly topers soon forgot all about the strang...

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OUR RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

O0R RAILWAY. On Monday morning last, the welcome news reached Carcoar that it had been decided at head quarters, that the railway from Elayney to Murrumburrah was to be constructed through Carcoar, on the east side of Stoke Hill. Many were the expressions of joy, old and young seemed as if a great load had been lifted off th»ir shoulders, as if they had just come off victorious after a hard fought battle, or as if they had gained something which they had loug sought for. Sober men stood at the comers of the streets talking of the future prospects of Carcoar, and picturing to themselves the prosperity in store for the town. Those who indulged in their mid-day nip adjourned to their favourite hotel and treated themselves to an extra glass, and drunk success to the railway. The ladies even expressed their pleasure -at the news and seemed imbued with fresh life. The little girls skipped along with joy depicted upon tJieir faces, and the boys showed their public spirit by lighting bon fi...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. To Andrew Lynch, Esq., M.P., Carcoar." [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. With this issue we present our readers with the ^commencement of a new and thrilling story en titled 'Jezebel's Daughter.' It will be con tinued in weekly portions. On Monday last great consternation was created among the dog owners in the town from the fact that at all quarters were to be seen valuable dogs struggling in the agonies of death, caused by poison. It appears some rillianous person walked Ihejiriiwapi streets of the town and scattered poisonous Jbaiis *ad it was almost certain dea& to,«ny 4og which happened to pick up one of theae morsels. Mr E.' J. C. North, P.M., had a valuable setter poisoned, Mr Nathan, baker, lost ilia Newfoundland. The Rev. A. Dandle also lost his favourite, and Mr F. Tucker's pet-picked up a bait. It must be admitted that during the past few months many valuable sheep have been destroyed by dogs and some of our neighbours have been great losers by these depredations, tat* from what we. know of the shftep owners rou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

Australian' Mutual, Fire Insurant Society. -Est»bliBhed.l872.) CAWTAL £100,000. Witb power to iuerease to £1,000,000. Conues— SO I-e» «ent. paid annually for Ike fas 9 years. DIRECTORS; HonJohnButherland, M.L.C., Ciairman. William He«l«tt, Esq., .M.P. William Day, Esq. . , | John; WetherclL, Esq Alderman James Green, J.I'. MANAGER : ' .Walter Church. TjlIRST Fire Society established in the oolony or j\ the Stutatd Principles, giving poHey-holden tack part of .their premiums as a -cask bonus oat ol the profit* .every yew. .... . ; Volicy-J»olderg«re.per£ectlyfreel»y law from all liability. ' ; ' . Fifteen days grace allowed for payment -M renewal premiums. .....: Prompt and liberal settlements for fives. Damage by lightning and explosions by gas paid Fire Insurances at Lowest Rates. Offices :— 184 Pitt-street, Sydney. J. O. DODD, Agent for Careoar. Syflaiay Central Grain Market. A U O * I O M 8 A L E S at ; WHEAT; I ARLET, OATS, FLOUR, Ac, Jsc., Ac 6alb Days : EKIDAT INBACH WEEK. HAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

NOTEGB TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISERS wishing any alteration made in their advertisements are informed that » copy of such alteration mi\Bt be lodged in our office by NOON ON THURSDAY to iusure the alteration being made in the next issue, aud all fresh Advertisements are requested to he handed in before NOON en FRIDAY to wenre insertion. %\\t darcoar dtliroittcle AND BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. »OH THB INJURY OF NONE, TOR THE GOOD OF ALL SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. 1882.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

TO THE EDITOE. Sir, — Allow me through the medium of your columns to propose a course of action, in connection with the dog massacre that has lately occurred here, the adoption of which I think might tend to bring to book the per petrators of such an outrage . and serve to prevent a recurrence or what is a disgrace to the town. What I suggest is that a public meeting should be called, and thereupon people be asked to subscribe a sum as a reward to any person, or persons, who may give such information as would lead to the conviction of the offending party or parties, and that a motion, expressing the horror and disgust of the people of Carcoar at such an exhibition of inhumanity and gross cruelty, be passed. I am sure that the necessity for some such meeting as I have mentioned must be apparent to every right thinking man and woman in the community ; for that sueh barbarism should be practised with impunity, is I am sure contrary to the wishes of the greater portion of the towns peop...

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FOREST REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

FOREST BEErS. Great Extended G.M. Co.— -The manager reports : Since my last report the east drive has been extended afurthpr distance of 33ft with a good stope of payable washdirt, having met with a body water in the face of the west drive, I deemed it advisable to discontinue work in it for a tune, in conse' quencc thereof I have all. the men -engaged in the east drive. . We had a stoppage last week on account of the pisten of the engine breaking, but it is now repaired, and we re sumed work below again on Tuesday, last.

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MR W. FORSTER AND MR E. BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

MR W. PORSTBR AND MR £ BAKER. ? : ;- We hare been requested to publish the following correspondence, which, has; recently taken place between Mr Ezekiel Baker and the hon. member forGundngai, Mr W, Forafcer :— '. 'Sydney, July 14, 1882. ' My dear Mr Forater,— A report of your speech at CootamundraJias recently reabhed me, and in it Inotioe you are repotted to have used the following words :— * Mr Baker, appeared to have committed some considerable breach of trust, 'bat it: was 'a question whether the people who oame forward as his judgei and accusers -lid so with olekn hands.' ' My fink impression opon reading this was to 'write to you through the newspapers,- reqaestuw: yon to furnUh proof that -in this Milburn Creek business I had committed « bfeacfo tt tmst.;;]but then I reflected you hid strop^ly. denonuoed the tyrannical and unjust~aot of mytxpulslon from the Assembly, and then ithVejeVersdnlglilyJaspeo ted you for yonr honesty and intelligence in public affair, and' for yonr c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPS'&COCOA. BBEAKFAST. ?' By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutri tion and by a careful application of the fine pro pertieB of well-selected ooooa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a dehoately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills'. It is by the judicious use of such articles ot diet that a constitution may be gradually, built up until strong enough to resist every ten dency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladier are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape nuny a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure bipod and a properjy nourished frame.'— Sw article in the Cm*. Service Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk Gold only in packets or tins, labnllnd :— JAMES EPPS AND CO.. HOMEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, LONDON. Also, EPPS'S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE, Cor Afternoon Use. MARSH, PALMER, & TAPP ACOTIOXEERS,...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. EVICTIONS IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. EVICTIONS IN NEW YORK, The ' Lpndon Globe ' says : — ' Effusive ' Yankees who express themselves horror stricken by the number of evictions in Ire land had better look at homo If the ' New York Herald' may be believed, no fewer than 16,000 families, or, say, 60,000 human beings, were lost year turned out of their homes in the city of New York alone. This ?was done, too, not after long warning, as in the case of Irish evictions, but at two hours' notice. Nor did the evicted tenants owe heavy arrears. ,of rent The law of New York State empowers landlords to give two , hours' notice of ejectment the moment any due instalment of rent is. not paid, and this power is, it appears, very generally used. There is certainly one advantage in the system ; it prevents the accumulation of arrears. But we doubt whether the Irish farmers would much relish the substitution of the American procedure for. that of the base and bloodthirsty Saxon. The curious thing is that they shoul...

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THE LATH DR. H. M. ROWLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

THE LATE DR. H. M. ROWLAND.   ———         Carcoar has lost one of its best and oldest   friends, one who though absent always took   an interest in its welfare. We refer to Dr H.   M. Rowland, who died at Malvern Wells,   England, on Tuesday, 16th May last.   The deceased gentleman spent many years   of his life in this district practising his pro- fession of a physician, and although 14 years   have elapsed since he left for England yet he   is remembered, and his name is honoured by   all who knew him. To old and young, rich   and poor, he always showed the same kindly feeling, and all those who through illness   were placed under his care, testify to the   kindness which he manifested towards them during their season of sickness. He loved his profession, and his ...

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