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MANDURAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 January 1898

MANDURAMA. I [PBOM OTE C0BB.126P02f'-ENT.1 I On Sunday next the children attending the Church of England Sunday School will have the prizps presented to them. ' This school is making gr^at progress under the able tuition of Mis& Poole. The Public School re-opened ou Monday after tbe holidays, inere was a lull atten dance. ' Mr. Ernest Jones, late pupil teacher, has been promoted to a school somewhere near Molong. Mr. King, the head teacher, has returned much improved in health. Mr Jones his been succeeded by a ynung lady as p'upil' teacher. 'Tlie Maiidumma Progress Cou\in-'Ueo are g^trtg Vo aslf 'ttia owii-H* of -ho M. uv!uvavm Estate to holiT a saJs of land. It 'is'now four years since we had ^he la?t sjjii,' ivinl our population ha« ''ihcre^Sd't-»'^'-4jtisid^i,r~ able extent,' - and -some of trie' -residents'iare ' aaxious to secured home of their own, :*Jiat is if they can get a suitable piece of latwl. Mr. John F;igarr - commenced shearing lambs on Tuesday. He has iOOO-b...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD ROSEBERY ON RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 January 1898

LORD KOSEBERy ON RACING. Lord Bosebery, st' a dinner given by the Ginirack Club lit York recently, advised all. those, contem plating racing to refraiu from so doing'; as it waa exceedingly expensive, and too engrossing for ihyone having anything else !o do. Ha added— T-iu rewards, compared with' the disappoint ments, 4re' one per cent. For a quarter' oU cen tury I struggled to' win the Derby; Sometirnes I rau.second', sometimes third, often last, and finally I won. I ought to Ifave ' b'eea the. happiest man, II..#- n 9'- T l,a3J and was attacked with great' viblcncs foi:* o'^ruing racehorses at all. I ' then' ' made the dischvery, which, however, cainc too late, that'althongh with out guilt or offciice I might have i-un second, third, or even last, it became a matter of torture to many consciences if/I won the i^erby. My troublfei c^id Hot end there. ' At . a' general' eleetiqq my party was assailed,' not because it was tob sporting, but because it was not sporting enough. 1 am., h...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 January 1898

THE FEDERAL CONVENTION. Melbourne, Wednesday. Everything* is now in readiness for the formal opening of the last sitting of the Federal Convention to-morrow. To-day both the drafting and fiuancial comuaittses put the tiq-ishing . touches ou their work. There, is no doubt ? that- the latter will recommend to the Convention the ' book-keeping '' system as the best means possible of getting over the financial question. The scheme will -be submitted to tlie West Australian delegates, f ir approval on their arrival. After that it ivill lie laid before the Convention. ' Hon. K..H u ;-i:i i.ilerviowod txliy s'ntod that the Draffihg CoinrnTttee' had' 'Hone ii! that waj . p6^si!j|e,before. wgsting the Con V-i1rtLv^^-aiid',;ya5ji'B'ajA)Osin5a^sto complete tfia -work aftcr t6fe- -OoHVCHrt&n-had finished itsjBilfctnga,- . T.'- ? Ji' There was '^^large^ crowd to-day at the Spencer^street-railway station in expectation tiiearrival of the N. S. Wales delegates, but only Mr. McMillan arrive...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 January 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. A^t the Blayney police court on Tuesday last, before Mr. &arratt, a tjjan nanied j. Hartnett was fined Ds or 21 hours ior being drunk, and £2 or 14 days for using obscene language in Adelaide-street. * * * Tlx ouly case at the Blayney Small 3|)al-ls Court on Wedhc&iay wna S. Patter ton -, J. Gosper, for goods sold, £2/19 V«rdict for amouut nnd costs. Defeo a -' to pay 5/ a week.' ' ' Hawkera' licenses were granted on Wed nwday to A. Hewisb, M. Guiuan, B. Toner, aud Ffancis H. Edwards. At the Carcoar police court on Tuesday, a married' mail named' V^illiam Richards, aged 4o,- wis* cHarge^' ttith abducting ' M^ldji'ed Mary lUlins, a girl, under 14 years of age ;, and Mary Richavison, sister-in-law to the accused^ was charged with being an acces sory to the fact. T-hpy were fio'tlfcommitted for; trial at tlie Bji^urs t 'Qaar W^ Qessions to fee hejii on 1st February. A harvestf.^stival will be colebrated- in the Jllaynejr VVesleynn cliurcli on Sun j»y...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CRICKET. THE THIRD TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 January 1898

C E i Q;K EiT. . ' . . : THE THIRD TEST . MATCH. ','5 Australia. —1st innings.' ; .. C. McLsod, b Briggs ...r ? ... '31 . J, Darling, c Storer. b 'Kichardson J7S-^ C. Hill, c Storer, b Richardson. ... jSt \ S. Gregory, a Storer,' b Hirst.'.: ..', B21' H. Trott, b Hearne ....' ... ';.. 3* F. Iredale, b Richardson . ... 847.;' M. A. Noble, b Richardson ... ' .. 3^' J.ICelly, b Stolldart ... ... '... 24i H. Trunible, not out v.. ... '..- 37/i E. Jones, runout ... ' .. 8' IV. Howell, b Hearne.. ;. -.. ..ij.'.. ?Sundries , ... ... .. 21^ ' . 5t6:; Ekoland.— 1st idnings. ? ? J. Bir^iason, b Jones ... ... ... 11 A. C. McLaren, b Howell ? 14 Runjitsinhji, c- N ol-ic, b 'Crumble .. 0 W. S. Storer, b Ilowell ... ... 4 x-,. i. uinw, u mning, u uwu ... it T. Hayward, b Jones .... ... . .. 70 G. H. Hirst, c Trunible, b Nolilo .... 85 /- A. E. Stoddart, c Jones, b Ilowell ... IS r J. T. Hearne, b Howell ? 0 J. Briggs, e Kelly, b Noble ? ? 14 T. Richardson, not. out ... ..24 .Sundries . ... ... - ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 January 1898

CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The regular fortnightly meeting of this council was held on Tuesday, llfc'i instant. Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Bassetfc, Byrnes, Dei-win, Mayhew,, and Watson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. FINANCE, AcnnnntK nmnnntin** to £11/9/6 were passed for payment. CORRESPONDENCE. The following correspondence was read and received : — (1) From the Treasury, with Mr. A. H. Higgs' (poundkeepr) bond stamped. (2) From the Government Statis tician, asking for return of all b?oks iu the library (rett^raed). (3) From Board of Health, with a parcel of bool^s and forms re infectious diseases. (4) From Depirtment of Justice, with an Act to consolidate the laws relating to the prevention of certain nuisances in municipalities. defaulting ratepayers. . The Council Clerk laid ou the table a list of d -faulting ratepayers. Instructions were given to take proceed ings against most of them j A n offer 'from tlie A.J. S. Bank, Ilay ir^arket, Syduey, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 January 1898

BL AYNEY MUNICIPAL . CO UNCIL. The regular fortuightly meeting of this I council was iiehi on Wednesday evening. Present — the Mayor, Aldermun Glassou, Heiusley, Marsh, Patterson, and Watson. 'The' minutes of tbe previous meeting were read and confirmed. ' CORBE8PONDI5KCE, The following correspondence was read : — Froth the Treasury, stating that £25 for mai'n'road'ahd £18/10 for minor roads had been placed to the credit of the ' council in tteUank. Received. — From Mr.' R.' A. MarsfJen, making application for the council to erect a crossing over the water' drain opposite his homestead where he is 'having a new entrance gate erected. Also drawing | the attention of the council to the crossing opposite the residence of Mr.' John Jones, which was in a most dangerous state foe | traffic. Ri'ceii'ed^ aud the req-e-tto have t a crossing 'made over ' the' water drain- was not granted, but a« regards die chSssiSfg opposite Mr. Jones' house ' this matter was j refeired to the works committe...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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PADDY'S THREE ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

PADDY'S' THREE ANSVVEES. ?l Frederick of Prussia had«,.;great mania for enlisting very tall meu Lato the Royal Guards, and paid an cnoruiuus bouuty to his recruiting oQicera for getting them. Oae day the recruiting-sergeant chanced to espy a Miberniaii,- who was 'at least \ sevea feet itigu. ue accosted lain iu Jiugtish, aud pro posed that ihe should ealisb. The idea, of military life and & large bounty so delighted Patrick that he immediately consented. *'-Bat ^uuless you 'can speak German the king will not give you so much.' 'Och, be jabers !' said the Irishmen, ' sure it's that — I don't kuow a word of German ! ' 'But,' said the sergeant, ' three words will he sufficient, and these you cau learn iu a short time. The king knows every man in the Guards. As soou as he sees you he will ride up aad ask you how old you aie. You will say ' Twenty-seven.'' Next, how long Lave you been ia the service ? You must reply ? three weeks.' Finally, if you are provided with clothes aud ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

THIXUS SLOWLY -LEARNS!). 'i'ljore ia c mi:i f.i SsoLlauil -v.-lio us2] to write maay reija'oio a.:vl instiuct:vt- thiiigi. IJj eijajii liinnelf ?' A Cjiiutry l'arjj.i,' :i.i I ;i O.Hii, pirdoii !ie U. O.ia ui !:u cssiyf ij eaiitlcl, * I'.iia^a SIo.\l,y L-jaruo V ago. :J !iaj o: tnjajli: far ii:iv bojy. Wuli, li;_-:o is oae of t!-: till 1^3 slos!/ lo.ViiivJ — t!ut disei;a_: dousa't ju-.'i 0:1 :i inau liken wilci cat out of a tri.-a, but tla.'etopi fro. a sesdj :m.l coj li lions just asroJOi anl wei.ii Uj. Vyj w;u iviitu sod print tiia ess-i^s of irliic'.i tliesa liac-s are out;, have s'jl tiiis a UuuJr J.I tini.s j bjt all t^e iiaojile don't ccuui '.o have tluruJKiily Kr^neJ tho iaj.i yet. For if Mr. Xhsadoru 'IVaasare aloao in! dons sj, he wouldn't have stuT-j-aJ t-jn yeua from attacks of fiisumaUc fever. Iq N'ovuinb-jr, 1391, he say3 ha had a Jearf ai time \sith it. Us tolls us in a. letter that lie had terrible pjins all over Ills body, and was sosare he coulau't b:ai- au/oae to t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CIVILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

-?- — CITILISArnN. . Tht(a|iiiMria.tiee of Ihe/hisloiy of a«oun-u try defjiiaJs, not. upou' tlie sulendoui*' bf its* exploits, bui opoii the;- «legre6Jto whicj? its' acjioiia iitv (iuo-to causes tpiinging out of itself, it tbcrcfore, we could tiud somo civilised people who liad. worked out their oii ilisiilion untii-elv liy themselves, who had e caj,ed all f jt-eigu iunuence,- and who had b_een. ncidier beuclitted or re tar ted by the personal peculiarities of their rulers — the history of such a people would be of. a para mount, importance, because it would present a condition of normal and inherent develop ment ; it would show the laws of progress acting in a state of isolation ; it -would be, in fact, an experiment ready made, and would possess all the value of that artificial contrivance to which natural science is so much indebted. To find such a people as this is obviously impossible, but the duty of tbe philosophic historian is to select for his especial study tho country iu ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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FACTS AND FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

PAdS AMD FANCIES. . No-k.n.ives are- required for cutting down prices. Why is England the most economical country/ in the world? Because it hasn't changed a, sovereign for over 69 years. The newest and best remedy for insomnia ijs to ' try Not to go to sleep.' If this fails, nothing is left but suicide. ' Love,' remarked the observer of men aiwil &hM»«8,. ' makes the world gc round, because there is always afigU-tuig^chanee that a, gu-l won't look like her mother when she reaches tier mother's age.'' TnE Height of Oratory. — Mrs. Johnson: '.' Am Parson Jackson ve'y eloquent?' Sirs Whitewash (ecstatically) : ' Am he eloquent? Oh, my ; ? I wUh yo1 could hah heard his sormon las' Sund.-iy 'bout Balaam an de ass — yo' coukl almost niogine yo' heard de ass a-Ulki»g.' It is s.aid that two New South Wales batiks hold between them gold to the value of £8,000,000. Up to date there has bei.'n a shortage of 5,0,009. bples. of wop j; tljjs year as compared witl^ last passing through the...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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OUR [?] LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

[?] ^'^fSioSlltlEaV.'K- CoEfiKSFOKL-EXTl NE#SiLV^iCoi'^.--T!je di-crcB ^-oiiimis-. eioning the mint feissu'e t_ie lit? w' til Vtr coins haa befn^jftde^fndju six weeks iroiit data the new pieces will Ls-iu geiiera! cu-culauoii. . The design is uovel aiid unique — ou vUe oae eideis ilkdj'in a Frigian cap sowing seeds of «»ujtr sortj and en tlie oilier side the seeds Lave ^wytn into a, bunch of sauiethiug thafc locks like mistletoe with berries on it. - .. The Bknuxng ofthe EiryEL Toweo.— It is a jwell-kaowQ fact that variations in the w3uiper«iiiure;WiU'Vau5e iruu alia ixi^ei w &&- pau'd or contraot, and Colonel Bassot, au eminent scientist, lias just made a report to the Acadtmie des Sciences., to the efieot that the 'Eiffel To.wcv is bending. The expansion of the various -pieces of metal, says the Colonel, causes the towsr to describe during the day tirri© a, slight curve, and the coatrac tion ;tJLuriujj the night a movement in the opposite direction. The entire move...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

vBlUS*.^ T*1 the Iaveria»U tight, the:BloodwiU be pure, and the body .-' ? ; ^^-^*»|f^: I h«althy The petwin who his never been Ul hftB ft Healthy . '-.... '? ^^^^^^\ Liver. -TJm man who ia ill occasionally, has a Liver that needs ' . . ... ? ' / help.. The man that is ill all the time has a Liver that needs : ^0-' , ' —-?»-' curing. Nine tenths of a(l human ailments resnlt from some (CL PA A) Vs tona of Liver trouble', Blot that the Iiiver Is to blame, bat people \PUAIaV abuse themselves, and the Liver protests. It is an outrage on ? -*«^m^ ah honest Liver to feal'too fast or too much. Fasting is a good FO ft thing ; but tor people too busy to fast, Bile Beans will suffice. A j_ ? ? '? ..*? . __^ Wealthy Iiiver (urnisheB the natuial cathariio ? ' ;'All(nnC»!^eo lorthe boweU. This 1b the waste sifted out of .^^m*. VP'iJ*'wJflCJ-y t he blood bj the Liver, which i .hus oast out. ^^n '^nBH^' The Liver is the'governingorc.7r of the body. HT JBLJ ? ; ? It rojes all the others, and all ot...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

Beware of luiit.itiuns. Seu that isicli I Inbel beard our rvgisle-rod trails id tile — EUCAIA'PTE. LASSITUDE, HE ID ACHE, BACKACHE, AND. IK DIGESTION ARE SYMPTOMS OV A DROHDEKED LIVJiit. CLEMlilJTH TUNIC IS TUtl ONLY RELIABLE AND EADUAL CURE. HA--E NO OTHER. Me. W. V. Wood, Lynch-st., Young, N.S.W., writes oa Aug. 23, 1897 :— ' I am G7 years of agts, and have been exposed (being a miner) to wet and damp ia under ground work. Pif teeu years ag-j I was iaid jjp with rheumatics and was quite disabled. I had medicine and medical treatment, bat did not obtain any lasting betietit. Five years ago I was advised to give Clements Tonic a trial, and wheu I had taken tho contents of two bottles, 1 was so much im proved that 1 continued to -take it until I had finished fifteen bottles, when I felt my self cured of all distressing pains, and in the enjoyment of the very best of health and strength. For such a cure i. cannot speak . too highly, or too siio:sg!y recommend Clum Tonic. — Yours truly...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

WONDERFUL CCJRE OF .SCIATICA^ MR. GEORGE HYNDS', EXPERIENCE; DR, WILLIAMS' PINK. PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE CVLiEp.. HIM. ? . Mr. George Hynds, a well known rasideat -of. Blayney, was interviewed by a ' .Blayuey Advocate, and Carqoar Herald ' reporter, about a qerjfgM illness and a remarkable cure of his, and pbjjafp*d .the following interesting' narrative, 'wHich Wii. ' Hynds sdil he would be glad. tp;uaye published :-ij_ . ?' About two years ago X fell a victim to scUCfca. ? I was drawiug wood at the time,- and bad1 to. 'rest' a number of times whilst doing so. The complaint kept getting worse, until I could, not wort, and had to goto bed, beibg.oBalila to walk:.' It infected'* my right 'log from the hip to the anlcje, :the' p»i%' bring worse iii my ankle ; I^aleo sufftfr«jt terrjibU. pains in iny back;. I was in bed for' fpur months,' during vrhtch time I suffered cjccriicwtiug.paiu'. - JJ had o d oo tor attending irte airthe lime,' t-ut he gave me no relief, altliough be use'd evenr ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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TRUNKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

TRUNKEY. ?- -.--pjt,.-- i . ? ? ? I — /Xt is not unlikely timteoiiKS of our villa , ipn Will one morning find themselves ' in a ?Jiolej' as one of tbe old shafts running across .*U« l*»»o-a.t tlieiiack of tbe post-office recently ' opened by the top falling in. A cart-wheel : had;|)reviaiusly gone down 6ome distance at jtbe place, and a friend of mine walking : . t(ther« -some time ago with a companion '-suddenly missed him, and, turning round, . wot su head only, the rest of him having .-,;? -MlNlNa. — Messrs, Hack and Haugli, of ? iParkes, are arranging to treat the tailings at the Beliaore Dam, let it be hoped success '^ii^r,-^^rhe heavy rain earlier ia the year ?xirove a number of miners back from the .?'Abercroinbie, in the bed of which they wore iableto-dig through the river drying up in parts. Souie .holes were, dry for tbe first time for^years.— -Correspondent to ' Nation al Ad WfflS«.'- I-'.-/.-'

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

Qommereial. 1, S. liKEDS * Co. . Jfat Cattle.— 13) yarded. The attendance was gnoJ and for, aiiy.liiing like quality ^lie dcuiiinil was brisk, especially for light weights. The supply b insisted chjefly of. steeds anA heifers. A 'draf,t of c -ws. from, t/ff J,o)y), ftrant,'a oaddO).-ks, Cu.nowindr.-, wer,e arMlil^ adnjyjeij; foi; tlieir, breeding and qu3.l1 tf. We noid — 8: cows for Mic John Grant, Cunptr iudra, to IS 2a. averaging £4 Hi ; 22 uteeis, fame owner, to L3, 14s ; 2 steers fur Mr Koouison, £i 83 ; ^l stem and hrifTS for Mr H. H or ton to L3 15a ; 3 cws for Mr 0. Lemon, £-2 3s; 4 bullucks for Mr ?. Ke»n *t f 3 »s. Put sheep. — Pi ime scarce, iniddiing quality dull. . We snld 340 wethers for Mr VV. C Bjwman at 4, 1') ; 36 «w« anil wethers for Sir C Lemon, IS ewes tor Mr Grenfell, 39 wethers for Mr McCutcheon. -toi« elieep.— Good demand for wethers of fat tening ages and young uwes. We cold —5000 wo ♦hers for Mr J; S, Fus^et, Oirilainbona, at satiefac ^?wypnees. ? Store catt...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

^; ' Tender Wanted /TfjiOR ONE (I) or TWO (2) HUN .Jj ????.. DRED Loadi MILL FIRE WOOD Jki oiice.v; Apply ivji-.- CLARK BROS., ?.???*- ..????? Blayney. ??-* Municipality of Blayney. ^VTOTICEjlafcweby given tliat ilitHDB HEWISK GEORGE PILE , „, ?-. , J.APOB ftUSSAHT ?..i'. '. : MICHAEL WATSON \.u ;..;; .ERNEST A. WOODWARU (SiVia be»n duly nominated aa Aldectnen at the /?oning Election for this Municipality. Alau ' XHOWAS NSSASMITH '?''- 'WILLIAM J. BARKATT -jHara been duly Dominated for election as Auditor* for the ensuing Municipal year, 1893-9. . And io *ho event of a Poll bciug required, ; MONDAY, seyeuth February, has been fixed for ttakiag the Poll at the Town Hall, from 8 o'clock .ja the morning till 3 o'clock in the afternoon. : Any Candidate wishing to withdraw must do bo -4n writing delivered tome on or before MONDAY, jSUt January. I. J. CLEMENTS, «-' -: ??: . Mayor and Returuiug Officer. JBIaynejl & P. Association */ T& BE HELD ON 17th and JSra ^r ?'?'?'. ' ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

WFSTfiEN MR-IC2S. SynMtr. Thursday niulit. BeJffrn. — Large supply : manifest showed 53 bracks to arrive. Cliaff: Saun tiers, Bit 'jurat, 33 4.1 qitto psissed, ditto 3} ; Wheeler. Dabbo, 4s ; Face, Wellington. 2* lid; Burn. Wellington, 3s 21; Bartier, N/irromine. 4} 21 ; Ma;k and Austin, NarrKiuine, 4s Id Hav: Bo gsaii, lil.iyney, 3s 61 ). Freeman, Bathurst, passed. PJiard: Gre;t Westoru Milling Co., Millt:iorpe, passoJ. Wfisite.i ?heaves: Morria. Perth, pissed. ChiS. l\it, Wellington, 3s 8d ; Saunders, Bitharst, 2s 81 ; Donnor, Buck I. am, OcAnge, paseej ; Davies, Spring Bill, Si 1J ; Pratley, Dabbo, 4s ; Waterson, Narra fuine it 2d ; Kobbcrtson, ditto, 3s 91

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

.i;^;. -ftvfeliis1! Dnion mi Mkiml Fire Co., ?*??*?=? '??- ?? . liSTAUl.-. SUED 1824. CAPITAL, £6,000,000. ?': '?; '...'? J. CLARK & CO., Agents, Blayuey. :t;-? TPM JGJaledonian Fire Office, ^?:.:^.' *r^- ' FOTTNDED 1805. 43A1NTAL, *l,O00:O0O. Vff ;? ' ' JJ'^- BI.ACK, Agent, Biayney. -?-?-??...-? . ,*?'?-— ??--??? w s FORBES, Manager, *;;!J _; '.. ;.-,! --.-_ ' 93, Pitt-street, Sidney. ?I 'hJi-Vfl enjoyed excellent health over since I took -; -iheFHU,' ».nd my cure hae been the nieuns of a ]u*t number of people taking Dr. Williams' Pink ? Rllifcbout hen. I am certain that the Pills, and '?'no other remedy, cured me, as the other remedies ' ^10 not give tlie slightest Jjcuefit.' ? Mr. Hy/ido' wife wai present duriu^ the iutcr - »iewi and endorsed all her husband's st&teineuls, '-both appearing very happy when testifying to the v mtt-yelloui curative properties of Dr. Williams' ? ifnlt KUt *or Pale People.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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