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

(Before N. Connolly J. H. Louche, Esqs., J.'sP.) Edward Walsh appeared on remand charged with larceny of a saddle the pro- perty Rev. Father McGrath. Mr A. W. Tucker appeared for the ac- cused. Win. Bridgemen, groom, deposed : I recol- lect the 21st instant, the prisoner came to Mulaly's in the forenoon with two horses ; I put them in thestable, he left about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, he had only one saddle when he first came ; a bit of a swag was on the spare horse ; did not see the prisoner again until about 10 o'clock at night ; I went through the yard, when I returned I saw the prisoner and another man lying on the ground in Mullaly's yard, it is some distance from the stable ; I went into the bar and told Mullaly that there were two horses feed- ing in the stable, Mullaly sent me for 2s for the feed of the horses, and I could not get any money out of him ; I then took prisoner's saddle into the bar ; sometime afterwards I went out again with Mulaly to the stable, and found tw...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. Balmoral G.M. Co., . Limited.- Mr. G. Stnndish Hurtrick, manager, reports: — No. 1 tunnel has been driven 3ft, making 'the ?| total diotauce COft, the ground is slate, but harder than it has been for some time. No. 2 tunnel has been driven 4ft 3in. total length 144ft, ground hard slate. No. 2 shaft, north drive, 5ft have l-een driven for the week, distance from shaft 43ft The lode is a--out a foot thick, and appears to be making larger. South drive: This is in 69ft from the shaft, 5ft 6iu have been driven for th« week. The lode is making in the hanging wall, about 6in thick and showing gold. No. 3 shaft : The hands have been raising stone from the stope as usual, about 75 tons at grass. Intermediate tunnel: The contrac tors have stoped about 7ft for the week. The lode is about 2ft thick, and shows gold, but is still mingled with pegmatite. The battery has had a thorough overhaul, and is now crushing stone for the West Balmoral Company, .;''** ?.*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

The bullet on the battle-field is swift in deal ing out death, but sickness is almost as certain, if slower, in decimating the ranks of the soldiery. Exposure, fatiguing inarches, sudden checks of perspiration, changes of water, illy prepared food, and a multiplicity of other causes, swell the roll of casualties, all of which can be materially avoided by the use of Udolj.ho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, the great invigorating cordial lor the system. —Adv. Five centuries of success.— Towards the end of the loth century, tho Swiss discovered in their mountains an aronwtioand tonic herb, which, on )wh\g imorporateil with a pure stimulating element, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonic, ('id ORniinihiiit. This compound was theiuse forward known as the Dew of the Alps, and under that nunicluis enjoyed a well-deserved celobiity for neiirly live hundred years. Of all th(.- liqueura we have ever tasted it is tho most refreshing and' agreeable, and of all tonics, reBtorutives, a...

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DISCIPLINE TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

DISCIPLINE TO DEATH. It was the burning of the Birkenhead at sea far irom any help or nope, that the most glorious proof of manhood and discipline ever furnished even by the British soldier, was afforded. In 1862 the Birkenhead, with drafts on board from nine different rc&riments. cauerht fire on the hisrh seas. When the fire could be fought no longer and the only chance left was to save 124 women and children, the officers commanding drew up their men as if on parade ; and thon ' attention, still as the death that was coming, true as the steel of their weapons, the splendid fellows stood, shoulder to shoulder, without a movement or a murmer ; so standing saw the boats shove off, and went down with the engulphed vessel. It was a piece of pure and exalted manhood, which is so much above the excitement of battles, that Waterloo, the Alma, and Inkermann are almost vulgar memories beside that beautiful instance of duty aud fearlessness of death. The regiments which contributed m...

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ASSAULTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

'^ ASSAULTING U'HE 1»OLICE. At Ballarat, Judge Holroyd, dealt with oue James Hart for unlawfully wounding Constable A. J. Trainor. Accused had nothing to say against beiug sentenced. The J udge addressed him as follows : — ' You ?were arrainged on a charee of feloniouslf wounding a policeman named Anthony J. Trainer with intent, and on a second count of unlawfully wounding him. The jury took a merciful view of your casn, and found you guilty of only unlawfully wounding without intent. Had you been convicted of the former, the sentence would have been of a very heavy one, and even as it is it oaunot be a light one. Even if the story told by those young men, your corapRnions, had been an absolutely correct one, your conduct on the occaHton of the row, wpuld Imve bean dnfitnrdly in the extreme, and I am not insensille of it. How several young men could stHiid by and see a |inlir»nun kicked and struck from behind liy one of their com panions, and not step in to prevent it, I crtimot tel...

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LONDON. AUGUST 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

LONDON. Apgcbt 9th. It is reported that there are now no British at Isniailia. H.M. corvette Orion and the strong forces of marines which were lauded some days ago have been withdrawn. The Canal has been suddenly and seriously endanger, d. Two thousand Egyptians are encamped in the vicinity of Ismailia, and it is declared that Arabi is preparing to destroy the canal for purposes of traffic. The British have determined to make Suez the base of operations for the protection of the Canal. To prevent a recurrence of the water famine, which hag so seriously augmented the difficulty of holding Alex andria, the British are filling the dry dock at Suez with sweet water, thus converting it into a temporary ?_ reservoir in case the ordinary water supply of the toWn should be cutoff. j., ???' It is reported that the Suez Isrria.ilia rail way has . been so far destroyed as to he useless for traffic. / ' »'. ,i\ ? i ,' Major-General H. T. M'Pherson; , Com mander of the Indian troops operating in...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NOON [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday Nook August 29th is the day fixed for the election of % Bishop for Sydney. Sydney Turf Club. — Randwick Hurdle Race : Last Try, 1 ; Satellite, 2 ; Nigger, 3. August Handicap : Cetewayo, 1 ; Vanquish, 2 ; Bob Sawyer, 3 Corinthian Cud : Last Try, 1; Derision, 2; Chance, 3. Selling Plate : Why Not, 1 ; Game Cook, 2 ; Sham rock, 3. Winter Handicap : Balmoral, 1 ; Twilight, 2 ; Cunnamulla, 3. William Smith, woodcutter, St. Leonards, North Shore, was yesterday murdered by his wife, who afterwards hung hnrself. At the Homebush stock sales prime cattle brought late rates ; second quality not so firm. There was no material alteration in sheep ; prime merino wethers brought 15s to 16s.

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OUR OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

OUR OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS. Some pereot'S flip of opinion thatthenewpaper proprietor does not earn his money, ancl therefore should not be paid. We are be ginning to think tliat we have the names of f«ine of thpse on our books as subscribers to the Carooar Oubokicle for notwithstandiuE repealed applications by advur^sement and letter fcr payment of moneys due to the proprietress, they turn a deaf ear to all our solid' ations ; some of tlie accounts due for the Chronicle have been running for up fvardsoftwo yea's which means, so far as the proprietress is concerned, so much money I lying idle and unproductive. She thinks, ! therefore, that it is about time that these -'C- ', counts were paid, so that she might have the j money to invest, to advantage. Most of our j long-winded subscribers are able, to pay, but it seems wont pay, and the only course, therefore open is to make them pay. Be fore taking any unpleasant proceedings, 'vo! would just remind those defaulters tliat the j proprie...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ON THE SLEEP OF INFANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ON THE SLEEP OP INFANTS. Dr B. W. Richardson, writing in ' House and Home,' on the c -re of the voung, says . — The infant should sleep in its own little bed or cot, should be allowed to sleep when it likes, and may pass three parts of its life in sleep. Tt should be put to bed at regular hours, and the bed should be so soft that tlie little body finds rest in every part The infant should be kept warm when sleeping. The atmosphere of the room should be pure and comfortably warm, and tlie air should not be excluded. A 11 artificial methods of causing sleep are bad. Walking about with the child or rocking and jogging it are had habits Once taught these habits children fail to go to sleep without them, and then create disturbed sleep, dreams and startings which leads to feverish frettiugs next day. Soothing syrups, laudanum, poppies, and all sleeping drugs are most injurious as a means of producing sleep, and should only be used under medical advice. They ought to ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Municipal Council. — The meeting of Muni cipal Council took place on Tuesday evening lust. Present : The Mayor, Aldermen Fagan, Clark, Warner and Downey ; the minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The follow ing accounts were passed for payment :— Haw- kin and men, £13 8s 3d ; J. O. DodJ, £25. The Council Clerk requested instructions as to whether he would cause an execution to be issued against the goods of Mrs Woods, upon the verdict recovered against her in the last Sinull Debts Court for rates. She pleaded her inability to pay. AU the Aldermen were of opinion Mint Mrs Wood was quite able to pay, she beinjj the reputed owner of property in Carcoar. Tlie Council therefore ordered that execution be issued, The Council Clerk was instructed to give Mr Willott notice to remove all obstructions from the foot-path at the new Court House. Cowra. Wanes. — District Court, Court of Quarter Sessions, District Court., Amended District Boundaries, Police ...

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MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

A ? : ? MOUNT MAOQUARIB. (FROM OCR CORRESPONDENT.) The long-expected snow came at last. On the 26th ultimo there was a veiy heavy fall of snow — one of the heaviest that has been known. in this district during many years. The snow continued lying on the ground without thawing for nearly a week — a proof of the extreme severity of the weather. , It is now so cold and inclement that it seems difficult to an emigrant from the old. country to believe that this is the sunny Australia of which he heard so much in England, and in which he was told and read in books fires were only needed for culinary purposes or at night, and in which an overooat would be regarded as a curiosity only to be hung up as a memento of the severe climate of the old country. A meeting of the Mount Macquarie Mutual Improvement Society was held on the 29th ultimo, and was numerously attended. It was resolved tliat the monthly debates should be resumed. The subject chosen for the next discussion was the relative inf...

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THE FOREST GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

THE FOREST -QQLDFIELDS. The extreme inclemency «ff 'the 'weather having interfered with our projented ?visit to Ophir to complete our series of articles upon that goldfield, ty -a personal inspection, we *re compelled -to postpone its publication. Carrying oat -our intention -of referring to iihe several goldfieldR Of the district, we con tinue » deaciiptive article *g Imcknow and its yield and turn our attention to the Forest, ?which may be claimed as a continuation of ?the goldrbearing-cirole. SFrom time to time attention baB been 'dirested to the -alluvial ?deposits in tfeaHowiity, -tend some -very rich, ?finds have been made. Sinking has likewise been iprosftcuted with vigour under con siderable difficulties owing to the -nature of ? -the ground. Special attention -was direoted to this locality some years Bince, -consequent ?upon a paragraph which appeared 'in this journal. Mr A- Montgomery, who was then « iresident of that 'locality, brought some curious fossil fruits'to our of...

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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

OPEN COLUMN. [We wish it to bo distinctly understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.]

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IRISH FARMERS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

IRISH FARMERS FOR AUSTRALIA. The ' Colonies and India ' says : — ' The Right Rev. Monsignor O'Reilley, R. C. Bishop of Springfield, U.S.A., is on his way to London from Rome, to eonfer with a number of Irish members of Parliament on the subject of the emigration of Irish farmers for Australia. The bushop will then pro ceed to Ireland with the object of laying be fore the farmers of that country the bright prospects of emigration to the Australian Colonies, where the local Government are prepared to sell excellent land for £1 per acre, receiving the amount in annual instal ments of 2s per acre. It is believed by Irish members of Parliament now in London, who are well acquainted with the farming popula tion of the sister island, that the mission of Bishop O'Reilly will materially odd to the present enormous drain l-y emigration of the agriculturists of that country, notwithstand ing the fact tbot hitherto Australia has not been a very favourite destination, with Irish emigrants.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

GRATEFUL— COMFORTING, EPPS'SCOCOA. BREAKFAST. ' By a thorough 'knowledge of the natoral laws which govern the operations df digestion and nutri tion aud by a careful application of the -fine pro perties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. EppB hao provided our hreakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It 19 by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution-may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every ten dency to disease. Hundreds of -Bubtle maladien are floating around us ready to attack wherever ?there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.' — S«e article in the Crra. Seiwicb Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold onlv in Dockets or tins, labeUdd :— JAMES EPPS AND CO.. HOMCEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, LONDON. Also, EPPS'S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE, For Afternoon Use. XT. Borchardt, CHRONOMETER MAKER, WATCHMAKE...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

TO THE EDITOR. Sib, — Reverting to the memory of the lato much lamented Dr Rowland, I beg to oii'ev yi-u a few remarks which I doubt not will prove interesting to your readers. During the twelve months that I spent in England lately, I visited and stayed with my old friond Dr Rowland a g eat deal, and he was always so deliehted when I conversed with him about the district of Carco,ir. _ What pleasure it gave him to talk of the hospital, where, as he said, he spent some of his best and happiest days ! He was constantly enquiring after the welfare of those whom he remembered. It chei-red him up when I re minded him of old times and the long journeys he lode. t Often have 1 known the Doctor to travel a rough journey in tlia middle of the night to visit a patient, knowing well that his services would have to be gratuitous, such was the kindness and generosity of his disposition in cases of necessity. Although Dr Rowland had been absent from Carcoar thirteen years when I was in England, ...

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TREASONABLE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

TREASONABLE LANGUAGE. We publish the following as a sample of the treasonable language adopted by a newspaper published in England. It shows what ex traordinary liberty of speech and the Press is allowed in that country : — ' Think you — Queen of England ; you — Prince of Wales : you Duke of Connaught; you Prince Leo pold ; you Princess Boyal, Helena, Louese, and Beatrice; you — lazy Royal Lurchers on the labours of the suffering people ; and you Haughty Aristocrats ; you, the Bloated Capitalist— the Land and Moneyed Thieves of to-day — think, we say, before it is, too late, and repent of your misdeeds ; disgorge the wealth you have ouly got by murder, exaction, robbery, and rapine of the most vile form ; tremble in the knowledge that the day *of retribution is fast approaching when an oppressed nation will rise in the majesty and grandeur of their might, and sweep you, the curse and pest of every age, off the face of tho earth, like so many Rotten Vermin as you &*e. Oh yes;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

ACA.DEMY OP MUSIC. CAECOAE. FREEMAN'S OPERA BOUFFE COMPANY. MONDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1882, Musical Burlesque of ALADDIN, Or tiie Wonderful Scamp, Introducing alltho Latest Songs and Dancers of the day. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15th. Gilbert and Sullivan's Comic Opera, K.M.S. PINAF0P,E with the following powerful caste. Josphine ? Miss Lilly Thynne Buttercup ... ... Miss Lena Dignam Hebe ... ... Miss Blanche Murray Nelly ? Miss May Carleton Midshipmite ? Miss Daisy Thynne Ralph Rackstraw ... Mr Stuaet Bolton Dick Deadeye ? Mr L. Scott Captain Cororan ... Mr J. W. Dray ton Admiral ? Mr A. Bolton Boatswain ? Mr W. Morton ' Sisters, Cousins, and Aunts.' SlGNOR V. BeNVENUTI. Musical Director. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS FAT STOCK SALESMEN, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Offices and Stores : CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. SALES : WOOL and SHEEPSKINS, at the Wool Stores, Macquarie Place, Mondays and Tuesdays during the season, aud every seconl Mond&y during the off season. SIDES, T...

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BLAYNEY SMALL DEBTS COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1892. (Before N. Connolly, and W. Glasson. Esq., J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

BLAYNEY SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, August 7, 18S2. (Before N. Connolly, and W. Glasson, Esq., J's.P.) John Boon v. S. Patterson. Claim for L7 17s Cd for work done. Mr Dodd for plaintiff, for whom a verdict was given. Wright Heaton and Co. v. J. Burton. Claim for L10 for damage done by defendant in knock ins from off plaintiff's lorry a stove and break ing it. The evidence went to show that plaintiff's lorry was coming from the station with a load of timber, some cases, and a stove. When near Heaton Brothers store in Adelaide-street it was met by the defendant driving his dray, which was loaded with hay. It. was sworn to by plaintiff's witnesses that the frame on defendants dray struck the cases on the lorry knocking them off and breaking the stove. .It appeared that both plaintiff and the defendant were on the proper side of the road. Defendant swore that he was driving alont; Adelaide-street anil passed the plaintiff's lorry. He had his leading horse by the heal, and Mir road being...

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CARCOAR POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

CARCOAR POST-OFFCE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OP MAILS akbivk raoic Sydney, Bathuret, Mail-gnard, and Blaynev — daily, 7 a.m. (Monday* exoepied) and 9.15 p.m. (Sundays excjitedj) Cnwra. Sheet-of-Bark, t-yn-Umrat. and Mandurama — daily, 7.40 p.m. (Saturdays accepted). ' Mnuut MoDi.ual.. ami Milburn Creok— Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, C p.m. Orange and (Jadia— Satur lay, 3 p.m. BCSPATCHBD TO Sydney, Bathurst, BUyney, and Mailgunrd— daily, S.3K p.m. (Saturdays exoepted). Cnwra, Sheet-nf-BaHc, Lyndhurst, and Handurama —daily, 7.45 am, (Mondays excepted). Mimct McDonald and Alilbum Creek— Mondays, Fridays, and Sunday?, 8 a.m. Orange and CadU — Sundays, 8 a.m. Mails close thirty miuutes before despatched ; late f--« of 3d. fifteen minutes liter. Office hours— 9 a.m to fi p.m. ! G. U. HOSKING, Postmaster. TRAINS (carrying passengers) depart from Blayuey Station at the undermentioned times: — From - Sydney at 4.57 u.m. ; 1.10 p.m. ; and 7,6 p.m. I (Snnday exceptec*). To Sydney, at 8.43 a....

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