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German Trade with Australia. INTERESTING STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

German Trade with Australia. INTERESTING STATISTICS. The German Consul in Adelaide, Mr. H. C. Muecke, has prepared a return showing that during the year 1896 the tra'de between. Australasia and the German Empire was of very considerable \alue, but that, contrary to general belief, these colonies sent far more goods to Germany than they received in return. The details, which were obtained in I the first instance from statistics compiled in Germany, have since been carefully checked by Mr. Muecke by returns published in the various colonies. They show that the Aus tralasian goods purchased by Germany and imported into that country during the 12 months under review were worth £5,151,600, while German goods exported direct to Aus tralasia were valued at £1,509,850. Among the various items shipped from Australasia to Germany during 1896 wool heads the list, the value of the shipments being £4,637,550 ; silver and lead ores come next, the value being £219,900. The chief item of German goo...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
W.C.T.U. "FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY." [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

W.C.T.U. I 'FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY.' I would like you lo re-publish the following in in your paper, as it may prove useful to some readers A CERTAIN CtJRF. FOB DRITKKENKESS. About 30 years ago a correspondent of the ' Sydney Morning Herald ' stated that sulphate of iron would take away all desirt for intoxicating liquor, but he did not state bow it was to be taken and in what quantities. Seme time afterwards another correspondent gave the folio wiug excellent prescription, which I beg you will re-publish for the benefit ef suffering humanity Sulphate ef iron, 5gr. ; Magnesia, lOgr. ; Pepperiniat water, lldrm. ; spirits of nutmeg, Idrm. ; one teaspoonfui to be taken in a wiue-glass of water twive a day. Volumes could be written in praise of this re medy. If the love of intoxicating liqaor has en twined oae's very vitals, a strict adhereucs to the above prescription will cause the practice as well as the the very inclination for intoxicating liquor te subside in a very short time...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maudurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

, -r ? ? ? , 1 ? Maadurama. [fnoM OUB CORRESPONDENT.] | : Mr. McKenzie, school inspector, arrived hereon Wednesday evening ou his usual -inspection tour: This being a large district, hisstay will be forfome days.. The Man durama school is one of the best in the district, Mr. King being a high class -scholar- and Miss Macdermott having passod through all her degrees. ' j ' - Mr. John Fagan, of Sunny Ridge, is again to the fore in having the largest number of acres under, cultivation than, anyone else in the western district. The late rains have had a most beneficial effect on the seed sown, as it is te be seen shooting up, and the country around is looking splendid. If rain comes at intervals, this season promises to bu oae of the best we have had. The bush roads which were in a bad state owing to the late rains are now im- , proving fast. The member* of tbe tennis club are making great progress with their practice, and all are becoming proficient players. Matches are played daily, w...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gold Mining Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Gold Mining Leases. Notice is given in tbe Gazette that un less the rent due on the undermentioned gold miniDg leases is paid,, suoh leases will be cancelled : — Lyndhurst Geld Field, Limited, Cirooar, 2 lots, 10 acres eac'1, county Bathurst, parish Lyndhurst. Tbe Newbridge Gold Miuiug Compauy, JNewnriage, 4 acres, couuty tt.itlinrst, parish Three Brothers. ? ? W. Owens and another, Carcoar, 2 acreB, county Outburst, parish Lyndburet^ T. J. W. Gifford, Careoar, 8 acres, county Batburet, purish Lyndhurst. J. Strong, Carcoar, 2 acres, couuty Batburst, parish Somers. A. Croucber Carcoar, 4 acres, county Bathurst, parish' So'ttiers. C. Lock, Carcoar, 3 acres, couuty Bath uret, parish Somers. C. Hade, Newbridge, '5'ncres, county Bathurst, parish Three Brothers. Newbridge Gold Mining Co., Newbridge, 5 acres', couuty Bathurst, parish Three Brothers. G. R. Dibbs and others, Carcoar, 20 acres county Bathurst, parish Somers. J. Digby, Carcoar, 10 aores, county Batburst, parish Somers. W. R. W...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accident to Rev. J. Adam. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Accident to Rev. J« Adam. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. It is our unfortunate duty this week to chronicle a sad and painful accident which happened to the Rev. J. Adam, of Blayney, on Sunday afternoon last, but which most fortunately, we are glad to state, and providentially was not attended with fatal results. It appears that Sunday afternoon last was the day appointed to . ^hold,- his monthly service at Brown's Creek, and ac cordingly after holding service in the morn ing at Blayney, the rev. gentleman proceeded to Brown's Creek, but on account of the very wet weather no one had attended for the service (thinking no doubt the minister would not be out), so Mr. Adam made up hia mind to visit a sick friend, Mrs. A, Clements, a couple of miles distant. With this object in view he journeyed towards the residence of Mr. Clements, and after passing through the gate, a short distance from l^lic house, the horse Mr. Adam was riding evidently shied at something aad bolted back towards the fence of th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Templary. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Good Templary. At the usual weekly meeting of Charity Lodge, JLlayuey, ou Tuosday night the following officers for the eusuiug quarter were installed by Bro. R. E. MarsJeu, P.O. P. assisted by . Sis. E. Mafsden : — Bro. F. Mullius, C.l*. ; Bro. W. Cock, V.T. ; Bro. A. Piddenrigh, F.S. ; Bro. W. G, Alellor, Sec. Sis. A. Ash, A.iS. ; Bro. J. Coulan, G. ; Bro. 14. Williams, 3. ; Bro. 1-. Beddie, T. ; Sister C. Morgan, C. ; Bro. J. Brpm field, M. ; Sis. B. Ash, D. M, ' A committee was appointed to bring up a report at the next meeting having reference to holding the usual auuual picnic j ou Prince of Wales birthday. Tlieuewly elaatel Ch ef Templar appointed the various committees for tue eusufiog quarter. It was also dec ded to hold a surprise uight at next week's meeting. It was decided to forward a letter of sym pathy to the Rev. J. Adam.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Road Contracts. I Tenders wera opened on We Inesiay last fur works ou the folio jving roads : — Bathur.it road, G. Boxhall, £26/9/3; 3 other teuders up to £48. Bathurst road, E. Sargeant, £91/15/6; two others up to £126 Js 3d. Blayney to Grahamitown, S. Scroggins, £89 jSs 6d ; four others up to £49 18s. 1 Blay ney to Guyong, F. Rosconi, £78 10s 9d ; three others tip to £100 10s 9d. Blayney to Neville, G. Boxhall, £112 9s. Three others up to £153 is 7d. . Blayney to Rocldey, P. Ryan, £38 15s ; ten others up to £108 7s 9d. Dairy Creek to Galley Swamp, T. Furner, £47 7s lOd ; one other tender, £54 15s 4d. Manduraina to Burnt Yards, T. Furner, £62 17s 9d ; four others up to £93 14s. Manduraina to Neville, X. Furaer, £68 7s 3d ; three others, up to £104 4s. Moorilda to Neville, T. Atkins, £55 2s 6d. Nine others, up to £153 12s lid. Newbridge to Abercrombie River, P. Ryan £84 ; 7 others, up to £174 13s 4d. Newbridge to Abercrombie Ri--er, John Henry, £82 lis ; five others, up to £192 l-2s...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Queen's Record Reign. PUBLIC MEMORIAL AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Tlie Queen's Record Reign. PUBLIC MEMORIAL AT BLAYNEY. It will be remembered that in connection with the Record Reign celebrations in 1897, a -public Thanksgiving service was held in the Ghurch of England. It was then an nounced that the collection taken up at the service would be devoted to obtaining and placing in the Church some suitable memor ial. The amount received has been appro priated by til* Churchwardens in obtaining from England an Oak. Lectern, which hks arrived, ana win ue piuc-ia in tne uuurcu as a public memorial. A spocial dedication service will be held in Christ Church by the Right Rev. C E. Camidge, f).D., Bishop of Batliufet, on Wediwsdnjf evening next. We uncje^luid tliat special seats have been re snrvcil for tlio pu Ijlij bodies of Blayney, and no doubt there will lie « largo attendance.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

BIRTH. STINSON — August 9th, at her residence, Blayney West, the wife of Alderman R. Stinson of a son.   Advocate and Herald. HEASuniss; not men.' SATURDAY, AyGUST 13, 189$. g«^^vTX3acjaj»jiL^ucirT» i i i iwm

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

SANDEIi uud SONS' EUCALYPTI EXfUA T.— Uuder the distinguished pat rjniige of his Majesty the Kiug of Italy, as per coininunicatlnu made by the AJiuister lor iToreigu Affiirs, thivugU the Coutsul General for Italy, at Melbourue, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amstevdaui ilsriiliition, 1833. Acknowledged by vledi £al clinics aud Uuiversities all over the Globe. - There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in tho market, products of s tuple distillation forming crude, resinous oils. Iu order that these crude oils may not be tukeu for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised * bj the Medical Division of the Prussiau Government to be of perfeatly pure origin, as per information forwarded te us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is proved by teits iaa.de by the Medic* Cliuics of the Universities of Bonn tind Griefswald (Prussia], and leported to by Dr. Scbultz, Professor of Pharmacology u' Bonu, aud Professor Dr. Mossier, Director of ills...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

' I was wjn leri.:g how this wjuM elllwliei 1 hcaiil of r.loiher Seigi:i'n Oiic-tire Sycaj a A lian^ht a uottlu of it fiom Air. Jun.-s Cro.-slay, t,ie tyje-r at it/la iValk. Tiiu t-lii'Ct whs lip.'eJy. It ajiiw-reJ to go straight to tlie ri^lit spot, and it wasn't lung before 1 was a- le to u «t without nay pxia to follow, l'ueo my strength uud Uesli gradually came back, au.i ever since 1 have done uiy » oik as easily as I dil baforo the disease, wh itever it was, overtook me. (Si.-iied) John Siiapioo, divider, near Uumley.' Njw, about that IumUIi aiul bard uiusclu qusstioa that .'. put to the lea let ; wn it's the answer ? Way, of course, tun auswei is what any iatLlli^ent in iu wuiili make who tuiiiks . vvit.ii his eyes op'^a No ; | ne:i(tii and iiari muscles are not always, found to, ge.lier. But let usloji vliarp luj commit nu errors i'ne facts ruu this waj ; While a man caunot grow strung without a cerium degree health, it is also true that a notable amount of muscilar power is...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

Efealtli and Hard muscles, If John Simpson were not a blacksmith we might not have oican'o/i to allude to him at the very out* jet of this wrni.ii;. Bat he is a blacksmiili and will tnus serve an important purpose ; that, too, without having to put ou iiis leather apron to io it. Ar-4 he will do it by standing in ' irout of his f-rge for five iniuutes while we all tike a look at him. He is u strong auJ robust man, as Mr. pickens'e Joe (iur^ery vn.3 -as all bl.icksiniths ought to b,!. Ought to be, I say, but are they? — *s a matter of hot ? No, they aie not — not by m my a length of nail rod. IJow-it is siiusliow a common notion that all nieri whq work hird, especially amid roajh eur rjUDilings unil in tie fresh air, are apt to be vigorous, h ?nithjr fellows ; they are supposed to j 'kV at doctors, to have no use for apot;ieciries, S.nd gveq t» regirl unlertikers aa the necessity of a 'distant luture. Js this view a true view? Are IiuJlii aint iiMrJ muscles always fau.id to grher? IV...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

x Found. TflOUND in Blayney~a~LEATHER SADDLli ?? .- ' Jj - BAG (new), contnining portion of Wearing ??-- Apparel. Owuircan hive same by describing it and paying cost of advertising. Apply 'Advocate ? ? ' ? and Herald' Office, Blajuey. L For Sale. A FIRST-CLASS BICVCLE, in perfect order, ' Complete. Db. WOODWARD. For Sale GOOD BAKERY BUSINESS FOR ' SALE, Cheap,, doing 12. Bags and .Smalls. Complete Baker's Plant. Rent for Shop and. Dwelling, £1 per week. Well .. ???' situated. A Bargain. Address ' J. G.,' c/o Burrangong Argus, Young. GOWB.A P. A. & H. Association ISa MMArEXHiBITION. 28th And 29th SEPTEMBER, 1898. Over £400 in Prizes ..:?'. . Special Trains and Cheap Fares. .: -- - - Schedules -and all iufonnatiorfon applica ' ''?''? ?-' tion to ' ' ;;, FRED. H. PIDD1NGT0N, . ?' ? - Hon. Secretary. Government Railways 'Special Cheap Excnrsion '.',?- . TO SYDNEY. :'-?'!? THURSDAY, 8th SEPTEMBER, 1898 . . ' fPICKETS at specially low rates will be issued ..; . ? . A to Sydney (on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

wiiit t t\ irr,foj^ijK*::=*c^~-ftfif-r--~t~*~yi:; m Chemists and Store- keepers. FerJBox' \ 1 Che Liver is a fibrous glangnlor bodj, and ita special duty it to remove noxious and , poimnrae matter from the blood. It alto secrets and furnishes the bile, which is one of the iodUpenoible elements for the digestion of food. The symptoms of a sound P 1 liver Me cheerfulness of mind, and perfect health fulness and vigor of the whole body, K 1 One thing really may be certain— if anything be wrong with him or her there is - ' just abontfivaohances to the hundred there oannot be anything else than liver trouble. - ,' When the liver has gone wreng, the lymptomsv&ry greatly in different persons. Other ^ organs are extremely liable t«*suffer in sympathy, and when this happans, many mis- - ? guidtd sufferers make the mistake of using medicines for these effeoU— instead of ?, 1 applying the proper remedy at the fountain head of their suffering* that it to say— at V ? the Uver.'~The proper...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

|HE I PUBLISHED EVBBY SATUBOAY MORNING And Circulates extensively through the folr lov^ins' iTowns— Blayney Gaudwiudra llilltborpe Newbridge Spring llill Lucknow Sydney Condobolin Lloloug Oarooar Cowra Orange Goulburu Litbgow 'i'uenti' Newcastle Forbes Forest Reefs Bathurst Grenfell Mandurama Brown's Creek Mount Macqu&rie iroung Wollongong Parkes Duobo Files of tbe Bi.avney Advocate can always be seen at the principal Schools of Arts and Mechanics' Institutes tbrougbout the whole o the Australian Colonies, and at the Offices of tbo various Agents. ;!: ? » ? . PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB P R I NT I ill y '' EVERY VARIETY ,AP- STYLE. Business JLiiiiouucenieiits, Hand-bills, .eosi'JL^ttliJILjLS, Ltuwt&MA* on iJlaiti or Haled Paper, LkU £? '' A ENlLEMtNS VSIFI.MG CARDS. CONCERT1 AMD OTHER P'' 33R \ MME3 ? ♦ ? AG5GWTTS— Messrs Gordon & Gotch, Sydney, Melbourne, and Loudon ; Messrs Clarke, Son and Platt, 85, Gracecburch-streut, London ; Messrs 0. Mitche I and Co., 12 ...

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THE BUSINESS PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

THE BUSINESS PAPER. The following is the business paper for the An nual Conference to . be opened in the Town Hall, Bathurst, on Tuesday, 23rd August at 11 a.m. :— 1;' Federation. 2. Co-operation in regard to the disposal of far mers' produce. 3. Revaluation of Conditional Purchases, Con ditional Leases and Homestead Selections. 4. Classification and valuation of land and im provements by competent authority prior to settle ment 5. Government to make more land available for settlement, aud render greater assistance to intending settlers. 6. Abolition of interest on unpaid balances. ' 7. Privilege of applying for land either by C.P. or H.8. 8. Government loans. 9. Crown improvements and payment for same. 10.. Protection to mortgagors. 11. Own6rsnip of boundary fences between for feited Homestead Selections and adjoining ho dings. ' 12. Auction sales and exchanges. 13. Administration of the Lands Department by a commission. . . ? 14. Stock Acts. 15. Rabbits. . ' , . 10. Bajlway freigh...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

?'?? TO MINEES. WANTED Representative Minerals of the District. Highest pries given, -jn approval, for all rarer ones. A, 0, BLACK, Blayney. A^xooate and Serald. measures; not men.' — o — BATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1898.

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New South Wales Farmers and Settlers' Association. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

New South Wales Farmers; and Settlers' Association. ? To the Editor. Sir, — The following circular has been issued by/ me to the eecretaries of the branches uf the New South Wales Farmers aud Settlers' Association and. kindred bodies.' I will deem it a favor to eir Association if you publish it for the information of your readers. Thankiug you in anticipation, — I remain, yours faithfully, J. L. TREFLE. Temora, August 13, 1898. Dear Sir,— I ' enclese herewith two certificates, for reduced fares for delegates to the Bathurst Conference. Any person using them, who is not a. delegate will be liable to a penalty, ? I sincerely trust your Union will sena two delegates. If you have not already established au Association you. Hiay do io, and resolve to amalgamate with us. Thti only condition* are that you must have at. least twelve (12) members in your Union whose names must be supplied to the General Secretary if required. The amalgamation'fce U one shilling (Is) per member to the ' ftind...

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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

.' ConimcvciaL 3. S. Leed.s * Go. . Fat Pn.it'' — !»» wanted. Tiie attendance wa large, and bidding lirUk- throughout, tliu market being the highest tbu year. Middling -ji dity ui.ile. £3i iu 2fj per l'JUlb. We uolU -11 ba 1 .jks foe Mr JA. k.j, i^rras Lake to t% -averaging £6 12i ; 16 NiH-rr-f.i lln:Ultf listate, %u £5 84; averaging 14 Life ; 1 1 .-.tafia for Mr Liqe to L5 1*. 1 cow £5 Ifnt Sh^e,) I] .rket IIUNI tj ritjer, especially fur prime. W- *ii.i— Pot Mr. 0. B .yd, U. cros--bre 1 wethers iu 12 4 t 14 , 5 at 12*. 6 at Via 91. It merin) wetiics at 10s, 1 lamb 7-- : 107 merin) welhci* fur Mr J. Pjluiar at lls, 123 :i( 10a, 70 at 9' lid. Ujrifg.— Driu^ht h tries flVl weil, but Iig;ht carts ver« Inrl to. lisp -ia of. We sold, o 1 account c.i M«BiYs ChfUty, Griffith?, aid delany, 25 lieaJ, nt p ices ranging from £2 I0j to L12 ; also, ou acuQut)t of Mr H Lee, of' Richmond, 30 cases of fruit, at satisfactory prices ( spring carts, sulkies, paddles, lurncs*, ex, for various owners. Q...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

Experiences of a 'Well- known Identity. When a lady has reached t'le age of 74 years,, and for 43 years of tUaL tiina ho.s resided in one towu she:ii naturally reg irilnd, with . more respect and interest by the nuighl.tnira than u«ual. lhu» Mrs. T. J. Themis,' of Uiuthcbte, Victoria, is quite an identity at that township Her experience* of colonial life and cftmatii . urn both entertaining and valuable. Her path, '[has not been all rose strewn, but she has biieti' singularly sacocsiful in combating her trouble*. To our reporter, whs recently waited upon her, she said : — ' I am over 74 years of ag». It was as near as I can remember in '57 that I had my first attack of rheumatism, and tbist have followed me up, on and off, for 40 years. About nine years ago my troubles were added to by enlargement of the liver, and this was aggravated by inflammation of the kid-, neys. I was iu a very critical conditiou fsr a long. tim«, and when just about to pull together again another severe atta...

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