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CARCOAR POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

CAKCOAK FOST-OFFCB. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVE FROM Sydney, Rathurat, Mail-guard, and Blaynev— daily, 7 a.m. (Mondays exempted) and 9.15 p.m. (Sundays accepted). Cowra, Sheet-of-Bark, Lyndhurst. and Mandurama —daily, 7.40 p.m. (Saturdays excepted). Mount MoDnnalo aud Milburn Creek— Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays, 6 p.m. Orange aud Cadia — Saturday, 3 p.m. DE3PATOKBD TO 8ydney, Bathurst, Blayney, and Mailguard — daily, 4.10 p.m. (Saturdays exempted). Cowra, tjhoot-of-Bark, Lyndhurst, and Mandurama —daily, 7.45 a.m, (Mondays excepted). Mouct MoOoDald and Milburu Creek— Mondays, Fridays, and Sunday?, 8 a.m. Orange and Cadia— Sundays, 8 a.m. Mail* cluse thirty minutes before despatched ; lute fee of 2d. fifteen minutes later. Offioe hours -9 a.m. to -5 p.m. G. U. HOSKING, Postmaster. TRAINS (carrying passengers) depart from Blayney Station at the undermentioned times: — From Sydney at 4.57 a.m. ; 1.10 p.m. ; and 7,6 p.m. (Sunday excepted). To Sydney, at 8.43 a.m. S.50. p.m...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NOON [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEYj Friday Noon m answer to questions Sir Henry Farkes said the cost of the Friendly 'Societies Commission to date was £1774 ; Mr Suttor intimated that history is to be taught in Public Sobools ; Mr Lackey said tenders for tbe construction of the railway from Orange to Forbes would be invited in November. Sir Henry ParkeB presented a petition from 5648 mothers and daughters against the railway and tram traffic on Sundays. Sir Henry Parkes obtained leave to bring in a Bill to establish a system of local government. ? A motion for the production of the evidence in tbe case of Homer, convicted of rape at Wagga Wagga, was negatived by 46 to 18. A long debate ensued on the motion to open the Art Gallery on - Sundays, and was adjourned till to-day. . The meat per the Austral fetched Cd per pound in the London market. At the Diocesan Synod yesterday twenty par Bons were nominated for the vacant Metropolitan See. Of these three to be selected from submis sion A...

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AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. ELEVEN OF ENGLAND. LONDON, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. ELEVEN OF ENGLAND. London, August 28.. Ihe Australian Kleven commenced the great match of the season against the eleven of all England at Kcnnington Oval to-jday. The contest excited an . immense amount' of1 interest, and the attendance on , the, grbun'd was enormous, the Oval being denselypacked in all parts. The weather was fine through out the day, but the wicket was bumpy, and somewhat against the batsmeq,;.,Th^ (Aus tralians won the toss, and electepljtp^q ?n Owing to the excellent bowling o^ the Englishmen, the wickets fell infjipifl! sne cession, only three of the players getting into double figures. The highest score was made by Bluckham. who was caught for 17. Murdoch came next, with 13, when he was bowled, and Garrett contributed 10. The innings closed for 63. . : Barlow and Peate wore the most success ful bowlers. The fielding of tho Englishmen was excellent, and was very frequently ap plauded. ?' :? ? * ?? The All England team, after the usual adjour...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

TO TUB EDITOR. Sir,— I think the time has come for the residents of this place to ask for a policeman to bo stationed here permanently, as the scenes that are enacted every Sunday in particular, are to say the least truly shameful. Fighting and horse-racing are of common occurrence amongst some oi tne cream or tne larrikin element that dwell amongst us, and who occasionally appear before the Carcoar Bench ; but the very insigni ficant fines that are imposed act only as an incentive, and to these ruffians to continue in their vile doing. As this place is five mile from Carcoar I suppose they say they are travellers, and I must siy that instead of the Sunday being a day of rest it seems to me the most profitable day in the week for the Mandurama publicans. If we cannot get a policeman here it is to be hoped that your energetic Senior-sergeant Francis will try and put a stop to this Sunday work, and he will be only doing his duty. I am, sir, yours, MANDURAMA.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

TO TBE EDITOR. Sie, — Within this last twelve months tho Government has made a start, whether through the Carcoar Council or their Progress Com mittee I cannot any, of clearing, draining, and metalling the worst places on the Flyers Creek and Burnt Yard nnds, which has given great entisincr.ion to tne residents, wno earnoBtiy nnpe the work will be further extended towards Burnt Yard'B diggings, as before long it is pie dicted a large population will be settled on this goldGeld. A bridge over Dirty Creek is very much required, as in rainy weather when tho creek is up the publio has, through the courtesy of Mr J. Blazeley, to go through his cultivation paddocks which might he stopped at any moment and cause a serious inconvenience to the travelling public. Another thing that is much required is a school here. There have been several npplicntiotis to the Department and promises on the part of our members to have a teacher appointed ; but up to the present that is all we have received. ...

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MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MOUNT MACQUARIE. '^ (FROM OUK CORRESPONDENT.) There is a great change in the weather ; it has now become very warm and genial. A few weeks ago it was so cold that it seemed as if this place had drifted twenty or thirty degreBs towards the south ; now it is so warm that it appears as if it had resumed its proper geographical position. Some of the farmers are complaining of the sudden change from cold to heat. They say that ihfi warm weather will make everything grow too fast, that vegetation will progress too rapidly, and that the troata, which will be sure. to come before Christmas, will throw everything back again ; so that the warm weather petting in so suddenly will do more hnrm than good. It is, however, a characteristic of Englishmen to grumble, and, as a rule, the more they prosper the more ihev grumble If they realize a profit of L500 per annum on their business they complain because it is not L1000. This is, however, a healthy symptom. The grumbling man is generally a succes...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — On last Tuesday evening I attended the Progress Committee meeting and quit© concur with the views of Messrs Stimpson and Downey that those gentlemen who were elected, aud who scarcely ever put in an appearance, should resign and let others take more interest in tlie advancement of the town and district take their place ; but I was quite pleased to hear Mr Dodd speak out and censure the trustees of the common as they deserve and give my friend the long Alderman a good dressing down for his cheek in bringing forward the motion of a Permanent Common, but the long one carried his point. Yours, &c, RATEPAYER,

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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 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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PROPOSED MILLING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

PROPOSED MILLING COMPANY. A meeting of several gentlemen interested in the formation of a Co-operative Milling Company was held at the Court-house after the Progress Committee had finished their business. Mr Dodd was voted to the chair. Messrs. Stimpson, McKillop, Fagan, Downey, and others were present. Mr North said that it was Mr Kenworthy's intention to be present at the meeting, bnt he watt compelled to leave for Canowindra. Mr Dodd stated that tbe object of the present meeting was to consider the desira bility or otherwise of forming a company for the puichase of the Great Westera Mill, Carcoar, and working it upon the co-operative principle. Mr Ken worthy, the present owner, had agreed to Hell the premises for 1,7500 upon the following terms, viz., L2500 cash, L2500 within 18 months, and J-2500 in scrip. Tne Chairman thought that no one would dispute the fact that the Milling Com pany if properly carried on would greatly benefit Carcoar, and would return large profits to the s...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

TO THE EDITOR. Sie,— We are desired by the Committee of the ' Kendall Fund ' to ask your co-operation in the movement now inaugurated for the relief of the widow and children of the late Henry Kendall. It is considered that the late poet's productions were so representatively Australian in character, that the Press of Australia must nfieds feel a peculiar interest in the succosb of this fund. May we hope, therefore, that you will give due publicity to the matter and kindly volunteer to receive and forward to the Central Committee, at the above address, any sums which may be subscribed in kid of bo worthy an object. P. J. HOLDSWORTH ) - B T. BUTLEtt. 1 Hon- Secs- At.honmum Club, Sydney. August, 1882 [Any parties wishing to subscribe to tho above object their subscriptions will be ruoeived at this office.— Ed. 0. 0.]

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A SYDNEY "BOBBY" SORELY HAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A SYDNEY ' BOBBY ' SORELY HAD. 'Considerable amusement has been afforded, Ha ihe police especially, by a practical joke (says the 'Evening News') played upon ?one -jf the force by an ex-member, who since Us retirement has adopted the more lucra tive trade of a publican. The ex-constable, it seems, has been much annoyed of late by 'domiciliary visits paid to him by a certain, ?officer, who apparently sought to catch him in the act of selling Equor on Sundays. Boniface complained of these intrusions to a ?well-known member of Parliament, who, having listened to bis story, advised him to ? *« doctor ' some grog and lay a trap for the officious officer. This advice was acted on, ?and a bottle containing aperient medicine of a potent nature, coloured so as to resemble rum, was placed on the shelf for ese, as if re quired. : On a Sunday morning ?recently, a poor thirsty-looking woman might have been seen hurriedly leaving the hotel kept by the worthy ex-constable. Loo...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

TO THE EDITOR. Sib,— The ' genus homo ' is truly a wonder, especially as regards his attributes and the prompting of the feelings and principles which direct bis actions. The striving of a lifetime perhaps, the influence that is used, and money sacrificed to obtain some little social distinction, would lead the observer to think ihit if the desire was attained it would be cherished, and that it would not be some little petty considera tion would induce them to risk the prestige and dignity of the position which had been obtained with so much difficulty aud expense. We have in our midst an example of the demon avarice, how potent he is. We have a J. P. who has sat upon the bench, signed a permit for the pnund keeper's leave of absence, then went into the pound yard and sold for him knowing that the local auctioneer had been retained, this is magisterial dignity with n vengeance. Doubtless the poundkeeper would find it dis advantageous to refuse the J.P. the privilege of selling be ha...

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SOMETHING LIKE PARSNIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

SOMETHING LIKE PARSNIPS. The ' Western Independent ' Bays : — 'This morning T. Hockey, Esq., J.P.. of Bockley Farm, brought to this office a number of parsnips, which for magnitude' and per fection of growth, would have been considered worthy of first prize in any Agricultural show in the world. By actual measurement we found these noble specimens of what the Rockley district will produce over 36 inches in !)ength, with circumference at the thickest end of 15J inches, tapering symetrically to the thinnest end. The weight averaged three pounds each. Tt is wnll known that Mr Hockey is always a large prize-winner at our agricultural shows for similar produce, the results of intelligent gardening on suitable soil. We particularly mention such matters in order that they may prove incentives to the farmers to go and do likewise. Regret must be felt that the kitchen garden on a large scale is so much neglected by our local farmers, and tha1; many of them owning large farms have to depend o...

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A BETTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

A BETTINO CASE. An action for the recovery of the amount cf a cheque was heard in the Supremo Court recently, before Mr Justice Williams. The plaintiff, Albert A. Benjamin, of Swanston street, clothier and outfitter, sued Mr Timothy Twomey, a squatter near Hamilton, to recover £90, as bearer and holder of a cheque for tlmt amount drawn by the de fendant, and payable to himself or bearer, on the National Bank of Australauia, at Hamil ton. Mr Ptirvflfl and Mr Hood appeared for the plaintiff; Mr Molesworth und Mr Hodges for the defendant. It was stated that the defendant had been indebted to a Mr J. I. S*qui, a bookmaker, for bets on the last Derby und Cup meeting amounting to £85, aud on the 27th January last met Saqui in Mace's hotel. Me Twomey asked for a cheque, and one was brought to him and he signed it in the bar in Saqui's pre sence, the other L5 being a nutn he obtained from Saqui at the time. On the following morning, as Saqui was going to the Oeelong races, he went into Mr B...

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GAMBLING AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

GABBLING AND ITS ?CONSEQUENCES. 'Pn'Wo^nesday: an inquest was held by Mr T. JL. Crowne, P.M., District Coroner, on the Tjodfof EaWardT-oughterty, aged 22 years, ?who died on Monday evening in the DnKbo, 'Hospital. The -evidence went to show that' 'deoeased bad on the evening previous been kramtfinir, and the whole facts coDneoted with ?the accident are Tolly set out in the evidence $iven by Thomas Hint, the engine driver, whostatea 'that on Monday, the 21st, he *aw deceased get into a waggon, near Narra T mine XJravel Pita. He gave the signal to go «head,in!lldi»i*o, and went a few paces. I saw him 'pull up three brakes on the rail. After he prfFled the third brake tip, T saw him j get Into the third waggon and fall backward over the door on to the side of the line. When I saw Inm fall I put the brake on and shut oft steam. I paw ^e laiit -wheel of the * last waggon go «veV deoeftsed's'legs. I went to deceased and* seid to him, ' How did you 'manage thisf He said 'I wish I had done ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 2 September 1882

DEATH. DWYER. — Of your charity pray for the repose of the soul of Mathew Dwyer who de- parted this life on the 22nd instant, at his residence Rockford, after a long and painful illness, aged 49 years. He leaves an affec- tionate wife and six children to mourn his loss. Sweet Jesus have mercy on him. ' Freemans Journal ' please copy. The Carcoar Chronicle AND BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. FOR THE INJURY OF NONE, FOR THE GOOD OF ALL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882.

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LONDON, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

LONDON, September 6. The returns for the month of August show a gratifying decrease in the amount of crime committed in Ireland. At the wool sales yesterday 9700 bales were offered. The tone of the market was quiet, but good combing sorts are firm. The authorities have failed to stamp out small-pox at Cape Town. The disease is now spreading to an alarming extent At Dublin, Earl Spencer, replying to a memorial, promised to reinstate such members of the Limerick constabulary, dismissed lately for insubordination, as could be shown to deserve the reconsideration of their cases. It is announced that the cause of the delay in the advance of the Britisb forces under the command of Sir Garnet Wolesley is the de fectiveness of the transport service. Railway material is now arriving, and it is hoped that a new complexion will soon be put on affairs. Mahmoud Feluny, recently captured by Sir Garnet Wolesley, and formerly Minister for War in the Ragheb Administration, accuses certain members of...

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A.J.C. RANDWICK MEETING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH ] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

A.J.C. RANDWI0K MEETING. [By Electric Teleobaph] Stonet, Thursday. The following are the results of the races, run at Raiidivick to-day : — SUBCTEBAN HANDICAP. Rupert ? 1 Stockdale ? 2 Hesper ? -. 3 GBAND STAND PLATE. Brian Boru ? ? 1 Hopeful , ? ? 2 Balthazar ? 3 CKAVEN PLATE. Sting ? ? 1 Sweet William ? 2 Saionnra , ? ? 3 MAEEg' PBODUCS 8TAKK8. Navigator ? 1 Hecla ? 2 Jessie ? , ? 3 SVDHBY HANDICAP . Sardonic ? 1 Proctor ? 2 Balmoral ? 3

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The tiNual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council was held on Tuesday evening lagt nt the Council Chambers. Present: The Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Fagan, Warner, and Downey. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The following accounts were rawed for payment :— Hawkin and men, £13 6a id; Allen Lamond on Account, £3. Aldermnn Downey askod for information as to how Lxmond was employed. The Mayoi replied that be was engaged to get stone for kerbing at the rate of la 6d per yard. Alderman Downoy moved, and Alderman Warner Seconded— ' That Coombing-Btreet from the the Public School bridge to the publio pound be formed and gravelled, also the gully near the Hospital gate be filled up,' cost of the woik not to exoeeri L20.' Alderman Fagan thought that the ketbing to Clark's corner in Icely-street should be done first before any money be passed for new work. Alderman Callen said the ConncH should not ptuw the work before the Aldermen had examined the ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 9 September 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday Voott. The business in the Assembly yesterday »«s chiefly confined to a vote of 60,000 pounds over costs till the end of the year for urgent alterations and additions to railway buildings and sidingB accommodation, and to the motion tor the second reading of the Forests Bill, which after a long debate was adjourned till Wednes day. Maiden, Hill, and Clark against the Govern ment, Darling Harbour compensation case, the jury gave a verdict for 14960, being tantamount to a verdict for defendants, being LU0 less than Government valuation.

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