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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
©H&JR©H KIOTO §!!§. ??' ?? Chcroh of England. — To-morrow services will be held as follows : — Blayney, 11 and 7-30 ; King's Plains, 3 -Rev. W. K. Hovrell. Barry, 11 ; Moorilda, 3 ; Newbridge, 7.30— Rev. J. Oayous. PKKSBTTKBtAK.—rTo-rnorrow services will b; con ducted at follows :? -Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; Hobby's Yards, 3— Rev. David Aithur (Sydney). We&MCv/ax. — To-morrow services will be hel.l as follows :— Blayney, 11 ; Neville, 3 ; Galley Swamp 7.30— Rev. A. S. Swift. Horton, 3— Mr G. Death. Blayney, 7.30— Mission Bind. * Catholic Chdroh (Parish of Carcoar). First Sunday— Carcoar, 8^30 a.m.' Bluyney, 11 a.m. and T.d$ p.m. . Second dueday — Blayney, 8.33 a.m. Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. ? ' '? Tnird Sunday— Carooar, 8.39 a.m. and 7.30 * p.m. Blaynev, 11 a.m.. ' Fourth Sunday— Vittoria, II a.m. Blayuey, V.30 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when occurring) — Neville, 11 a.m. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. The Presbytery, Carcoar,.24th June, 1897.
Hare Drive. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
Hare Drive. At the invitation of Mr. J. W. Platt, of Greomgawarrie, a large number of shooters, and drivers met on Saturday last to engage in a liars drive, ? Tlie day was beautifully fine, and the sport (not for the hares) was thoroughly enjoyed. At 10 o'clock a start was made, and by dinner time 38 hares had beeu shot. The visitors were then enter tained at a first-class dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Platt, of whom the members of the party speak in most eulogistic terras. Tho horeea were also well cared for and fed. After partaking of dinner, the -party again, went in pursuit of the four legged pests, and after a good afternoon's sport they found they had killed 74 more hares and 15 wallabies. They then ' returned to Mr. PJatt's, where a good substantial tea awaited them. Each shooter was allowed to sell the hares he had shot, Mr. James Matthew* buying the lot. . Following are the scores : — W; Mobre ? ; '*.. '... 21 S.'Huhu ? ? 18 G. Connolly ... ... ? 16, Jas. Flood ? 12 R. Oliver ? .....
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
NOTES AND COMMENTS. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Blayney .municipal council which should have been held on Wednesday night lapsed for wa.o,t of a quorum, Alderman Stinson being the only member who put in an ap pearance, What is the ' Three Castles ' ? It stands for the premier brand of Cigarettas as all cigarette smokers know, but then everybody is not within the catagory, and it is as well that (be infoi (nation should be generously given. The. lecture on Fiji by the Rev. H. Womll at Blayney is postponed indefinitely on account of the rev. gentleman's continued illness in Sydney, Ths Blayney drum and fife band will hold a social in the Good Templars Hall this (Friday) evening. A large amount of machinery is at the Blayney railway station for the copper mines, including one 8-ton boiler, one 7-ton b,oile-rt rnd a compressed air boiler, capable of lifting 40 tons. Poppet heads are now Veiug erected. The dedication service in the Church of England on Wednesday evening of the o...
America and Spain. END OF THE WAR. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
America and Spain. END OF THE WAR. ' London, Saturday. The protocol for the establish »ent of peace was signed at Washington yesterday by Mr. W. B. Day, on behalf of the United States, and M. Cumbon, as Special Envoy on behalf of Spain. Spain absolutely relinquishes her title to Cuba, which the United States Government proposes to hold until the establishment of a stable system of government, and also cedes Puerto Kico to Amenoa, together with the smal.er ulinds hitherto held by her in the West ladies. All these possessions will be immediately evacua ted by ths Spanish armies uuder the direction of the Peace Commissioners. The United States will hold Manila pending the conclusion of a treaty which shall determine the disposition of the islands forming the Philippine. Archipelago. It has been decided that the joint Commission to be appointed on behalf of the two countries for the settlement of the final terms of peace shall meet in Paris before October 1st. Now that peace has been de...
BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
MiAYNEY-HARDBN' LINE. UP. a.m. p.ru, — Blayney... ..:Dep. 4 55 9 65 - 19 Qarcoar ? C 45 10 86 17 Mandurama ? 6 5 10 IH 19 Lyuabui-st ? 6 22 11 1 22 Gailaud... ? a a 27 Swan Ponds ? a a BO Waogeolu, ... ... a a 85 Woodstock ? 7 27 11 50 48 Holmwood ? 7 55 12 12a.m 48 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 28 ? Stop „ ... ...Dep 860 12 40 66' Wattamadarra ... a. 64 Koorawatha ? 4 43 1 80 69 Orowtber ? a 74 Beudiok Morrel ... a 80 Monteaglo ? a 90 Burraagong ? a K2 Young ? Arr. 6 26 2 60 „ . . ...Dep. 6 66 8 0 103 Kiugsyale ... .. a 110 Daraoudrille ? 8 10 8 60 111 MurrumbiiiTah ... a a 118 Harden ? Arr. 8 80 4 6 ^__. ? DOWN. ? a.m. p.m. — H«aen ... ...Dep. « 20 9 10 2 Murrucaburrah ... a a 8 Demondrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 Kingsrale ... ... a a 21 Toung ? Arr. 7 61 10 20 „ ... ...Dep. 8 6 10 25 23 Burrangoug ? a a 83 MoHteaglo ? a a 39 Bendick Morrel ... a a 44 Crowtbar ... .:. a a 49 Koorawatlm ... .. 9 64 11 53 57 Wattarnadarra ... a fc.m. 67 Oowra ? Arrl 10 45 12 88 Stop . p.m. ' „ ... ...Dep 6 40 12 55 ...
[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
AUVTAT TI1IE-TA15L E DOWN ? «fii. 1 ~ Stating. | l'ii3E. | jjjatl. ?.111. p.in — Sidney ? Dep 10 16 8 0 8 Homebiuh ? „, lJ Grarmlle ... ... ? 14 Pwramatta ? 8 £» 1% BUcttowB ? SS Reefy HII,,, ? « St.Mnry'e ? ?4 Prnrhhi; ? A™- ll 2S a- e „ ... .„ ... Dep. ll 30 9 « M EmajPlnna ? 11 38 0 10a »9 luowTille ? « 4» Glenferook ? 11 60 « BlHdand ... ? 1167a ... 4C Karstar ? , ? a pm. *« ThoTilley ? 1» 6a ... 43 Springwood ? 12 16 40 FauVonbriflge ... ? 12 23a 68 Numanti* ? « 6» Linden ... ? 18 84 «4 Woodford ? 12 45a ... W Hue'brook ? « 68 I/awtoB ? 14 10 30 42 WMtwor h Falle ? 120 «i Katoomka ? 1 33 11 6 to iltilow ? ... « W Blackleaih ? 8 11 29 n mo.m victor;. ...(ftj. HQ }}» 81 Hartley Tale ? 2 39c 13 U.d. 63 Bell ? 2 46 12 8 86 Clarence 8iding ? 3 2 12 24 »3 Zie Z»([ ? * 15 12 37 85 EeV Bank ? ? 8 28 12 £.0 B6 Lithgaw ? 8 31 12 54 97 .Be«reoM» ? S 35 12 88-J 101 Marrargaroo ? 8 42a 16 10S Wall.riwang ? 8 68 1 24 111 Bjdal... ? 4 6 1 «7 114 Sidmls ... ? o « 1*0 T.wna ? 4 28 2 0 180 Xsiks...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
TOOTfliCHE. THE new rainedy, VICTORT CUBE FOB ? TOOTHACHE AND NEUBALGIA, cures tbe worst casa within ten minutes, ' Innumerable TestimonialB. A aonsidarable number of our cuslotuera have alraady triad the new remedy, Victory Cure for Toothache And Neuralgia, and have in every in stance been cured. IJ is certainly & most wonderful enatdy, and wn trust it will become widely know. Hugh Monioomhbie, CnAIlLES PlETZE-E Joseph Coombs, B Coohbs, Abtbdb G. Coombs, Storekeepers, Marulau. The above Eemody can be had at tbe Office of hie Paper. calities, at work for us. New business. All meet witb wonderiil success. Anyone can do tbs work. You dont ueed capital, or ?dout tbo aaxue as noue. We will start you. No space to explain bere. But you cau m*ke a snug litllo fcirmuo bouorably and easily. Tbe employment is particularly adapted to tbe regiou in whicb tbia publi cation circulates. Boys n:id girls earn near ly as much as nieb. ? Full partkalard and lustraclions mailed fr.'e. Noiv is t...
BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. AERITAl OF MAILS. Daily (Sundaja en:epted) from Sydney, Batbnnt, Grranriile, G julburn. Hard.n, Cirooar, Mandur ama, Ljndhurst, Wt-oUtock, Garlund, Oowra, Brown's O-eek, T.P.O. No. 2 \Ve6t. T.P.O. Ko. 2 Soul b, Orton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, anl King'a PlaitiB on Tuesday*, Thursdnyi, and Saturdays. From G-eghamstjwn and VMtorii on W dnejdaye and SaturdayF. DErAETUEE Of HAILS. Daily (Sundays eic p td) to Sydney, Ba hu et, Goulburn, HorJer,,GrinTiUe, Carcoar, Mm durama, Lyndliunt,. Woo Jet jet, GtrU d, Oowra, Brown's Creek, Ort/n Park, T.P.O. No. 2W«t, T.P.O. N.. 2 So Hi. To Norton, A'evile, Shaw, Barry, and King's Pliinf ou TueadajF, 'Jhursduy, and Saturday k. To Qreghametcwn and Vutoiia on Wednfdiyj and Saturdays. Pexnt Postage. Tbe rate ol postage, under the conditions of the A*t, on letters posted in the district fioni and to anj of tbe following post offices is Id :— Barry, Blayney, Brown's Creek, Burnt Yards, Cadia: Carcoar, Fganton, Forest I...
Opening of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
Opening of Parliament. Parliament was formally opened by com mission on Tuesday, but the business done was merely tho swearing in of members and the election of Speaker. Sir Joseph Abbott was unanimously elected Speaker. On Wednesday, at noon, the Governor attended and delivered his address. As was anticipated, the Governor's speech dealt principally with Federation, tbe con cluding words of which are as follows : — Although fully conscious of the urgency and importance of the measures of internal re form to which I have alluded, the Govern ment regard as their first paramount duty j a continuance of the efforts to bring to a successful issue tke federation of the Aus tralian colonies, upon fair and just lines, at the earliest possible period. The Ministers fael that in their earnest endeavors to realise this greatest of all objects open, to Australian patriotism, they can rely with confidence upon the loyal assistance of all parties. At a meeting of the Opposition on Wed nesday aft...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
Startling News is daily coming to hand of sod accidents, murders, and minor criminal offences, but it is astonishing that thousands of people die in our midst every week, and no notice is taken of the fact. Yet such a terrible calamity could bo prevented if more stringent attention was paid to the laws of health If people would only deal seriously with slight ailments they would no develop into fatal diseases. There are thousauds of persons killed yearly simply through neglect. Holloway's Pills and Ointment can pre\ent as well as cure disease, and if they ^ere used according to directions, there would soon be a decrease in the death rate. They can be obtained from all chemists and medicine vendors. The Richest Man. —The wealthiest man in tlie world is John D Rockefeller, who owns more than half ihe shares in the Stan dard Oil Company, one of the greatest mono polies in the world, and Irom which most of the kerosene used in Australia come3. The par value of his shares amounts to the ...
W.C.T.U. "FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY." WHY WE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
W.CT.U. r 'FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY.' ¥THY'wi WORK. Do you see the prisons, my brothers, tke asylums and refuges drear, Filled with their ain-stainad victims, increasing in number each year ? Do you kuow that each fettered prisoner, each prisoner of deepest dy«, Was once a 'wee babe, soft a-d tender, with eyes Do you know that the men of the nation stt traps for the tiny feet, ' And legalise haunts of evil at the . corner of averjr street? ' And tbe hearts of the' mother* are strickan, their homes ara bereft of joy, And in anguish they mourn o'er the ruin of each young girl or boy, And knowing the children are their bairns thay come with a purpote divine, To drive from tha laud tbe fell monsters causing the woa and the eriine, And nerved by a love that is God's love, no dangar or taak they'll shirk, . , For the perishing children of mothers U the reason ' why thay work.' The drink traffic is the greatest criminal of civilisation, and the devil's most powerful agent for the destru...
Galley Swamp. BACHELORS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
Galley Swainp. . (FKOM OUB COEEKSPONDENT) BACHELORS' BALL. The bachelors gave a ball here on Friday in the Fedaral Hall, which was a great suc cess in every way. The arrangements were carried out by a strong committee, of which Messrs. Yatas and Monagliau were secretary and treasurer respectively. The decorating of the Hall was carried out under the super intendence of Mr S, Harczos. Messrs. Con. Flynn and Tom. Wilson were efficient Ms.G. Tbe music was supplied by Messrs Birnie and Hoffman, and the catering was in the able hands of Mrs. B. Digby. A large number of pretty costumes were worn, both by the local ladies and visitors from the surrounding district, amongst which I noticed — Mils Fanny Berg, black and pale blue trimmings. Miss Nellie Miller, as ' Bride,' white and pale blue trimming. Miss Graham (Lyndhnrst), ' School-girl,' cream dreia. Miss Snell, ' Sailor,' uivy bine dress. Mi«s Aanie Bosewarne, ' Sailor,' navy blue Miss Burke (Neville), ' Housemaid,' black Miss Mary Kose...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
Football. It is about time that the C.W.R.F.U. began to try and encourage the high stan dard of football by selecting umpires who are capable of giviag anything like a fair report of a match, as considering the respon sible position in which he is placed, an 'Un fair, and more especially an untruthful report, will degrade, injure, and- kill 'the most healthy pastime and sport. We take the following extracts from the umpire's report of the Blayney-Warriors v. Lucknow match played at Blayuey : — '_ : . . I started the game and never before um pired siieh.u game as whb played on Saturday J Tbe rowdyism displayed by tlic Blayuey pi tyeva was unbearable— the language that was used was some thing terrible. I warned the Blayney players, and waa told that if I stopped the game I would have to put up with what X gut. . , My opinion of tlie Blayney team is they ought not to lie allowed to play in a Union mulsh. I was hooted by the BUyoey team, aud they told me I was showing them points.' It i...
GALLYMONT GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
GALLYMONT GOLDFIELDS. Everything points to an early start being made at the Battery, where the finishing strokes are being placed on one of the coui pletest and finest plants in Australia. The contractors for the tramway will be finished this week, while the Brush Electrical Com pany have nearly completed the installation of the electric light. Mr. Eissler, M.I.M..B , the Company's Consulting Engineer, is now visiting the mine. August 17.
Bankruptcy Court. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17. (Before Mr. Byrnes, District Registrar.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
13aiikr«ptcy Court, VVednesdav, Augusi.171 (B'fore Mr. I'.yrocs, District liegistrar.) Be Jiimes Sadler, jun. After hearing the evidence of bnukrupr, who attributed his insolvency to failure of crops and sickuess iu his family, the meeting was declared closed. - - [We decUue publishing the evileuce as. we were intormnd by tlie JJistrict Uei^istrar, from tlia bench, that the llegis'rur iu. Btinkrapcy had issued instructious . th it in ' future no evide co gi eu iu ineolveuoy cases were to be reported in the papers, although for what reason we are at a loss to under stand.— Ed. B.A. and G.H.]
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
LOW VITALITY. Dfi. CHUBCHILL'S «T«pp op HiP8Mi6sPHiTE» or Like ie prescribed by the Jf acuity, for the cure of Cousuinption, Guronic Cddgh, and General Debility.' , ..,1,.,.,', k- _,.= ?,„: -,',,.. j.t contains two ol the iwincip il ingredients neces sary foe. building up the uumiin frame, aud which are considered deficient in the ab»re oomplaiBtB, viz.,- PuoipUorous and Lime. It oannot , be too highly recommended for Delicate Children. ©6. ORUBGRlhL'S Compouad Syrup of Hypho phosuhiiies Is real brain food, and in case of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion has acquired a world-wide reputation. Each bottle bears Dr. Churchill's sig nature. Price, 4fr. Prepared onlj by SWANN CHEMIST, 12, Hue Castiglione, Paris. I 'WAT. PECTORAL *0a OF CARAGHEEN, For Coughs. Colds, Influenza, Shortneat of Breath, ABthnut, &c, So. Wa terminable Hedlclna hai th. tttraorUKir BTOtiertT at lmmadUtely nlterlng Cowbi, Cold., Rouaenm, DUBoulty o* Breuthlne. It opmXm tn dluolrlnff the oonvealed phleinB. oo...
Mutual Improvement Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898
Mutual Improvement Society. The weekly meeting of the Blayney Young Men's Debating and Mutual Im provement Society was held in the Wesleyan School Hall on Monday evening, a fair number of members being present. The President (Itev. A S. Swift) presided. It was decided to let the election of vicepresi dents, secretary and treasurer staud over till next meeting ; and a committee, consisting of the President, W. Biger, and W. Mellor, was appointed to draw up rules of debate, etc., to be submitted to the next meeting. In consequence of the Rev. H. Worrall's . lecture on Monday night, it was decided to hold next week's meeting on Thursday evening. A syllabus was then adopted for the next four meetings, as follows : — 1st, Debate — ' Which has the most salutary influence over mankind, the fear of punishment or hope of reward.' 2nd meeting. — Readings and recitations for criticism. 3rd meeting. — Social ; ladiei to be invited by members. 4th meeting. — Debate — ' That it is desir able to a...