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

.Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Society. {(Established IS72.) CAPITAL £W0,O00. With:powsr to iucreaae to £1,000,000. ffionues-itO per -cent, paid ?anually for the fast 9 years. ©IRECTOR6 ; Hon'John Sutherland, M.lL:C., Chairman. vWilliam HeiUtt, Eig., M.P. William J)ay, E«q. | ffphn Wetherell, Esq. Alderman Junes OrstD, J. P. MANAGES; Walter Cluttfe 1JlIR8F*Fire Sociely'^tab'lisuea'iin 'the colony on j|1 the Mutual Principles,' giVing 'policy-holders 'backpartof their premiums as a cash bonus out of *tte profits every year/ ; Policy-holders we perfectly free by law -from all -liability. : ? Fifteen days -grace aBuwe* 'for payment of renewal ?preminmg; Prompt and'UbenlcetUemeiits for fires. Damage by lightning and explosions by gastnaid. .Fire Iniuraiioes at Lowest Bates. fOfflcos.:-,184 Pitt-street, Sydney. J. O. DODD, ? Agent for Careoar. , Sytaey Central Grain Market. AUCTION S A L ffl « ?o* ''WHEAT, BASBBT, OAtTS, FLOUR, ftcvfcc., Jkc. Sale 'Days: iEBIDAY : IN 2EACH WEEK. HARRI...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

OUR LICENSING COURT. Someone is to blame for the trouble and annoyance which have been caused through there not being a duly constituted licensing Court for the Carcoar district^ or rather through there not being a Chairman ap pointed in the stead of Mr E. J. C. North, P.M., who is absent on sick leave. The Licensing Court was fixed for the 18th July last, and on that day many persons attended ?who had business to transact at such court. There were applicants for licenses for new public-houses and wine licenses, with their witnesses. There were also those who desired transfer of Jicenees, and others who had to appear as defendants to answer for some breach of the Licensing Act, but the official head of the Carcoar Licensing Board being absent the other two magistrates had no power to act, and were therefore compelled to adjourn the court till Tuesday last On that day applicants for licenses, defendants, aiid witnesses appeared, but tliere being no Chairman in. attendance the busines...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARCOAR WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 12 August 1882

CARCOAR WEATHER REPORT. Through the courtesy of Mr. G. U. Hosking, local postmaster, we are enabled to give the following report : — Thermometer. Rain. Max. Min. In. Pts. Aug. 5. 49 36 0 23. 7. 46 30 0 10 8. 45 3!) 0 22 0.40 40 0 15 10. 45 35 0 0 11. 45 34 0 0 0 76 tEhc ffiaccoav ffllitomcle AND BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. ' foR TIIK INJURY Ol» N1tfK. FOR TUB OOOO Of ALL SATURDAY. AUGUST 12. 1882.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIRECTORS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

DIRECTORS BE)\)RT. Id submitting the annexed balance flheet to the membeis, the JJireclors regret that it ?dofiB not present a more favournblu aspect. That the mine has not hitherto answered the expectations formed at the time of its purchase is beyond «ontrbversy, but the Directors are not without hope that the re ?cent discovery of the reof in the winee, not Tar from the place where the original owners tire said to have obtained very rich stone, 'will, during the ensuing half-year, plwceyour property in a much better position. Dating the early part of the half-yeai it ?was impossible to work this part of the vine, ?owing to the danger from the ground caving in, and hence for many months the work done was all of a prospecting character. The ground baring now settled, the main shaft toas been again opened out, and the fpttrm operations wifi be -chiefly directed to following the reef already in sight and any others whieb May be met with giving indi cations of being of a payable chara...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST BALMORAL GOLDMINING COMPANY, (LIMITED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

WEST BALMORAL GOLDMINING COMPANY, (LIMITED.) Report to be presented to the Shareholders at the First Half-yearly General Meeting, to be held on Thursday, 31st August, 1882, at 4 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

GEATEFUL-OOMFORTINQ. EPPS'S COCOA. BBEAKFAST. 'By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations -rt digestion atxTsatri tian ana by a earefal application of the fine pro perties of well-selected oocoa, Mr. Epp» haa provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save ub many Veavy ?doctor's bills. It is 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 subtle maladie* 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 blooj and a properly nourished frame,'— Soa article in the -Oim Service Gazette. Mode simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in packets or tins, laWlod: — JAMES EPP8 AND CO.. HOMCEOPATHIO CHEMISTS, LONDON. Also, JSPPS'S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE, For Af teracon Use ' SYDNEY WOOL SALES. To 'Woolgrawers. WE beg to ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOREST REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

FOREST REEFS. The Great Extended G.M. Co. — The mining nianagor reports for fortnight ending the 26th August. Your cross-cut has benn driven a distance of 30ft, with good payable washdirt, after which I commenced to block out, but having met with a body of water I have discontinued the block going east in order to allow 'the ground to drain, I have now commencfid to block back towards the Bhaft, and in order to keep the horses going I have put On seven more miners, making the total men employed seventeen. A number of shareholders from Oarcoar and Orange visited the oaino during the last week, and a couple of prospects tried, one being quarter of a pennyweight to a dish, and the other being 2dwts 12grs to a small bucket of dirt. I may say that all went away highly satisfied with the prospects of the mine.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MINING fiifTELLIGENOE. MOUNT U'DONALD.' West Balmoual G.M. Co., Limited. — Mi- ll. J . Champion, manager, reports : — ^Winze : During the past' week the mnze has been sunk a further depth' of 3ft, total from level :28ft 'Wi.'hayeijBunk throi^i the solid about : 3ft, and haVethe reef again var$ing;from lft to 2iEt in thickness, and seems to be 'making 'wider- in the pottoni, and tbe quartz is mucu .'harder, andJhowing fair gold. The reef, as far- «b can be seen at present, is running nearly jeast and west, and underlying north west iHave nod yet completed crushings, ? shall &ash about the end of the week. We have Bent down 58 tons, which bid fair to yield upwards vf Ion per ton, and I may ' state that the prospeets of the mine never looked (better. No. 1 tunnel : We have ? again resaaied driving this tunnel with two iBhifteofuoen. GRANT's.&JIAKtAMATED G.M. Co. — 'SXxT. ? G. Williams rrfports :— No. 1 shaft : Cross ? cut west exteadiflg 4ft, ground very hard, ?have pas...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COWRA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

OOWRA SHOW. fBTDELE(!TEIC TK1.BORAPH.] The following are the?prze-takers,at tbeiUowra Show :— Thoroughbred ': Mt Sloan's Westbonitoe]! also Champion. Mi Noble's Oberop 2nd 4 draught : Mr Ert'in'e Cnniiucrof aleo Champion, Mr Mulully'e King Tom 2nJ ; merino - rattu : Mr HJoan 1st, C/bampion Znd ; ewes: Mr Aiiora ist; coarse wool: Mr P. G. Ormsley 1st; hackney: Mr Evan 1st, Mr Eothery second; fat wethers; Mr JMiddlcnm '1st ; loiifes ttok: Mr Sloan 1st , Mr Middlemis 2ud ; single buggy horse : Mr Sloan 1st, Mr Dennis 2nd? ilouble ditto :jMr Sloan 1st; Mr Campbell 2nd*, Tiuiiter s Mr ^i E. Watt 1st , wheat : Mr H. Bricn ; home bread, : Miss Wright 1st ; canaries i Mr Howey Itt; grey. hound : Mr O. M. Marsh 1st ; best plough : Mr Fish 1st ; ditto district : Mr White (Mandurama make) 1st; ditto harrows: Mr bmith (Goolagong) 1st; sad dlery : Messra Share and Bern' both prizes ; boots and shoes . Mr Frazer 1st ; buggy : Mr Harsh ; horseshoeing $ Mr JSeymour 1st Mrj Smithj 2nd ; domestio ind...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. STUART, THE OPPOSITION LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MR. STUART, THE OPPOSITION LEA DEE. The amendment moved by Mr Stuart, the leader of the Opposition, in the New South Wales Assembly upon die Address in Reply to the Governor's speech, created a discussion which extended over several days, but the result was that the amendment, which was in fact an expression of no-confidence in the pr^ent Ministry, was rejected by a majority of 65 votes to 17. The disparity of numbers must strike the attention of all who care to watch the course of politics in this colony. ' It shows how little the Opposition leader knew of his following, or how he must have bf-en misled. It is surprising that a man in Mr Stuart's position should have taken ac tion at all, because he must have felt that his chance of achieving anything better than a complete failure was so small. Surely a good leader desires to hide his weakness, and Mr Potabt cannot be the sensible man he is represented to be, otherwise he would have had sufficient astuteness to know exactly how ma...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

HOP BITTERS ARE TOG PUBEST, AN© BEST, MEDICINE EVER MADE. They are compiled from Hops, Buchti, Mandrake (Podophyllin), aad Dandelion. The Oldest, Best, most Renowned, and Valu able Medjoiaes in the World, and in addition contain all the best and most -effective curative properties of all other bitters, being the greatest Liver Regulator, Blood Purifier, and life and Health Restoring Agent on Earth. Ask Your Druggist 01 Physician. Donot suffer or let yourfriends suffer, but uso Hid urge them to use Hop JJittrbs, 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. H you are suffering from poor health, or languishing on a bed of sickness, take cheer, for HOP BITTERS WILL CURE YOU. U you aro a Minister, and hove overworked yourself with your pastoral duties ; or a Mother worn out with care and work, HOP BITTERS WILL RESTORE YOC. If you are a man of business, or labourer, ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

CAB0OAR AGRICULTURAL SHOW. 3?ews comes to us that the Show held on Wednesday last under the auspices of the Cowra Pastoral and Agricultural Associa tion was a great success. The exhibits were numerous, varied and good, and the members of the Association are to be complimented upon the result of their efforts, whilst the Cowra people are to be congratulated that there is sufficient spirit left in them, notwith standing the past bad season to induce their grazers, farmers, and others to meet together and show the colony, that Cowra can still maintain its character as one of the finest dis tricts of the West We call attention to the Cowra Show so that w© might by our remarks induce the Carcoar people to be up and preparing for their An nual Show. If Cowra with its bad seasons can make its Show a success, surelv the Carcoar district, with its advantages, will tie able successfully to prove its great and varied producing capabilities. Wo are sur prised that the Carcoar Association has no...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

Den tistry. — We would nail our readers' attention to mi acivurtisrmiout appearing in anotlmr column of Messrs Carter nnd Son, Coll«ue-Rtrcet,, Sydney, who purpose visring Caiciwr on the l'2th and 13tli hints., ami may l-e consulted at Hade's Hoyal Hotel. He is as much a hem-factor of the race who. seeks r-y persistent energy and patient toil to conceive a means of allaying suffering as he who by Mb charities wins tho name of philanthropist. The discoverer of Udolpbo Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatio Schnapps is your true Samaritan, for he strengthens the weak, stimulates the sluggish, quickens the apathetic, and to the effete system gives new tone and vitality. — Advt. Five centuries of success. — Towards the end of the 15th century, the Swiss discovered in their mountains an aromatic nnd tonic herb, which, on being incorporated with a puro stimulating element, proved to be a most potent appetiser, tonic, and assimilant. This compound was thence forward known as the Dew of the Alps, and un...

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 — 2 September 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEW d. Appointmknt. — Mr J. H. Louche has been appointed by the Minister for Justice acting i Clerk of Petty Sessions for the district of Carcoar during the al'senco of Mr E. J. C. North. theanDointment to date from 1st August. Ouk Railway. — In reply to a question put by Si r Lynch as to when thu Government intended to sail for tenders for tlio construction of the railway from Blayney, Mr Lackey said only a portion of the plans for the cxtontion of tho railway from Mumimburrah to Blaynoy had received the approval of Parliament, namely those for the extension as far as Young. Plans of the remaining section would be submitted for the approval of Parliament on an early date, bu' tenders for this length could not bo invited until such approval had been obtained. Ceickkt CtUB.— We are glad to find that our local knights of the willow intend to commence a system of practice which will enable them to eventually shuw their powers in the field when they come into conflict ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUS TRALASIA. The annual general meeting of this institution was held at the principal office, George and Wynyard street, on Friday afternoon. The Hon. SirG. Wigram Allen, deputy chairman, presided. The Chairman spoke as follows: — I have to congratulate the members on the fact that we show 2255 new policies, f or. L590,00O, with annual premiums of L20.600 as against last year —1576, L4C0.O00 and L15.680. Not that it has ever been the board's policy to make this sign of proeiress their main object ; inn the contrary, a careful selection of lives, and minimizing the cost of business, have always been the ehief consideration, and on this last point in' particu- lar it can be shown that the association is able to challenge comparison with any, of. its contem poraries. . Another very desirable' Feature is the? ' permanence ' of the business.'. This may be seen in the large increase of '* policies in force,' now numbering 8102 for L2,874.{^2, instead of, aB a y...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARCOAR PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

CARCOAR PROGRESS COMMITTEE. The usual Progress Committee was held in the Court-house on Tuesday evening last. The following named gentlemen were pre sent: — Mr Stimpson in the chair, Messrs. McKillop, J. O. Dodd, Tandsay, and Downey. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. A letter from Mr H. MclluIIen was read respectiug the mail from Carcoar to Canow iudra. The following is a copy of Mr McMullens letter :— Walli, 10th August, 1882. Dear Sie, — Some time ago a motion was carried at a meeting of the Carcoar Progress Committee urging the necessity of establishing a coach mail from Mandurama to Canowindra, via Walli, and I want to express my hopes that the motion, which if carried will be a lasting benefit to Walli, lias not been lost sight of ; and I would, on behalf of Walli, solicit that you, in your official capacity as secretary to the Committee, bring the matter under the notice of our members, Messrs. Lynch and Campbell, when they are in Carcoar. A mail comes f...

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LONDON. AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

LONDON. Accost 30. The Highland Brigade embarked at Alexandria for Ismailia. Palmer the Australian cricketer was unable to play in tbe All' England match owing -to having received an accidental kick in the groin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

KOTICB TO ADVERTISE US. ADVERTISERS wishing any alteration made in their advertisements are informed that a cnpy of such alteration must be lodged in our office by NOUN UN THURSDAY to insure the alteration being made in the next isBue, and all fresh Advertisements are requested to be handed in before SOON -m FRIDAY to secure insertion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Society. (Established 1872.} CAVITAL £100,000. With power to increase to £1,000,000. Bonnes— 20 per cent, paid annually tor 13m last ,9 years. DIRECTORS 5 Hon John Sutherland, M.L.On Chairman, William Hedett, Esq, M.P. Wiffiam Day, Esq. | John Wetherell, Esq. Aldennan JameB Ckeen, J.F. MANAGER: . ? ? : Walter. Church. TTllBST Fire Society 'established in the celony on J? the Mutual' Principles, giving policy-holders fcack part of their premiums as a cash bonus out of tte p'roflfa isrery feat. ' Policy -holderfl are .perfectly free by law from all lability.;; ?'???? Fifteen clays gtaoe allowed for payment «£ renewal premiums. ' ' Prompt'anaUbetM'Bettlen«n»t8 lor fires. Damage by lightning and explosions by gas paid. Firetneuranoesftt Lowest nates. ?Offices 1—184 Pitt-street, Sydney. , 7,,, 3.C DODD, ? Agent lor Carooar. VISITORS TO CABC0AE Could ott 4o tetter than Pay a Visit to the Court House Hotel, TVMchisww-Mnder'the Personal Management of GEORGE ...

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CARCOAR WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

CARCOAB WEATHER EEPOET. Through the courtesy of Mr. 6. U. Hosking, local postmaster, we are enabled to give the following report : — - - - Thermometer. Rain. -?- Max. Min. In. Pts. Aug. 2G. G2 64 0 0 28. 62 55 0 5 29. 55 49 0 C5 . 30. 57 48 0 5 31. 55 35 0 12 , ? 0 87

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