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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

Fairlj Well Isn't Well iiaongh. Let us say that jour wages are twenty shillings a i week. You have worked hard, done your best, and I feel that you have earned your money. Very good. ! &ow imagine that when Saturday night comcs your Employer hems and haws, and wants to put yoa oil with fifteen. I'll be bound you would think your self hardly treated. What are the great strikes in this counttn commonly about? Why, in some fashion they are about wages or hours ; it comes to ^he same thing. Be it understood that the writer uses this fact as an illustration of another fact — thc.t is all. What is that other fact ? We will iyork it out of the following personal-statement. j ' Nearly all my life,' Eaya Mrs. Sarah D-ilby, ' I ? have subject to attacks of biliousness, accompanied ^vith sickness, but got on fairly well up to the early part of 1SS2. At this time I began to feel heavy, dull, aud tired, with an all-gone, sinking sensation. My skin was sallow, and the whites of my eyes of...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wonderful, if True. THRILLING EXPEDIENCES IN UNEXPLORED AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

. ? - '? ? . ? ^ ?- - ... . - Wonderful, if reu;. TJIUILMNG EXPEK IRNCES Pf PffES-pLOttfilJ AUSTRALIA.. Af.fijniin^ to tlie ' Pall Mall Gazette,' Jhe '.'Wide Worlu Magazine'1 lias secured ? prie of tfiu ; most extraordinary sensations of ? fecent tinjcs in lb -; ' person of a wonderful FrSuchmaa — M. Luuia de Rougeuicnt by Ramp— Wlifl lias- ouJy j'ist returned to civili zation after having been caat away for 3J years among ilia .cannibal tribes of unex plored' Australia. M. Ue ll -ugeiaent landed ' jn Euglaud friendless and penniless, and was seat to the editor of the ' Wide World Magazine ' by a very distinguished member pf Parliament. Away b&ok in tho sixties, young De Rougement went pearling with a Dutchman jn the South Seas, was wrecked, and was thrown upon a desert islanJ in the Sea of Timor. . The 'island,' far from being the «orgeous tropical paradise of one's irongfina tion, was a mere spit of sand, a hundred yards long, ten yards wide, and eight feet above high \v ....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

Sgfie lA-yer mia lta Sp^olal 'Worte. L1 ? Che liver is a. fibrous glangulor body, and its speoial duty is to remove noxious tmd & isanens matter fro» the blood. It also seerets and furnislieB the bile, whifch ispne Hi the indiepeneible elementB for the digeetipn ^of food. The symptoms of a sound ^ -er are ch'eerfalness of mind, and perfect beiilth fulneBs and vigor of the whole b6dy. '? K ie thing really may be certain — if anything be wrong with him or her there isfn at abont'fiv# ohanoesto the hundred there oannot bfl anything else than, liycr trouble. ?'&. hen the liver haB gone wreng, the ^rmptoms vary greatly in different persona. Other |L ;ans are extremely liable tatsuffer in sympathy, and when. this, happens, many mis- ffi Ided sufferers .make the mistake of using medicines for these effects— r instead of plying the proper remedy at the fountain head of their sufferings that is to say — at lL' s liver The proper remedy to take in inoh coses is Bile Beans, whi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

Commercial. J. S. Lkkus 4 Qo. * V Fat (battle. — 70 yarded. lies;, goej made 22s -j 1 pp.r lOOIh--, uiiil ling- and inferior 2 'a. Prime jbiiltock-i ait.li t t ~S 5a. cows (light. -r eights) £8 t«i I £H 4s. We sold 8 1 Hillocks fur Tlon. A. T. Iv rr, ' Wwllwond. »vengij)g L8.; 10 heifers to £6 4-, pritrigiug K5 4 ; -0 fiulLoekn for Mr »1- Carroll to 1 1-7. uver;ij£i ? Jj5 14i ; 9 .bullocks) fuv Mr. J ohu 1? gait, Mulyau, uvapagiu.j £7- _ Fat Sheep.— \J irket Iji.i'sk ?r-d prices firmer. We snlrf- For Mr C.W. Birx-n, Maryyile, 3 cross bred wetoiifi! at 15*, .4 »t 14s . 9 at 12s t3d, 16 at lis -5i, (Jj at iJo 41'io 10s'8d. A ' s i, for Mr. S.ige l»ruoe, L/Oamb&li 3 merino ewe$ at S* 3d, 15 wetbeis st 1 s. 35 at 10s, 50 at 9s 2d. And through oar Sydney agents, 2 )U crossbred wethsrs and ewes at (Ss lid to 9.. Store Si---ck.— Demand brisk for all description)). Pigs. — Wo solJ 50 pigs from iYarne at 8s to 10s. Horses. — About 40 bead yarded to a very large attendance of buyeis, ...

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 — 10 September 1898

For Sale. A FIRST-CLASS BICVCLI5, in perfect order, Complete. Db, WOODWARD. A (Jrand (all IN AID or HHE , Sisters of St. Joseph , Blayney, Will be held in the TOWN HALL, BLAYNEY,' — ON — Wednesday, 5th. October, 1898 COWRA P. A. & H. Association IMIi AHLEXHIBITM. 28th and 29th SEPTEMBER, 1898. Over £400 in Prizes. Special Trains and Cheap Fares. Schedules and all information on applica tion- to FRED. H. PIDD.lsGTON, Hon. Secrt t iry. I Jfej -J *Wi»ULSH^^W £352 Sale by Auction IMPORTANT SALE OF SPLENDID BUILMIG LOTS AT 6ALLE7 SWAMP. In the Intestate Estate of the late Mrs C. HOWE, J- W. Fox & Son JIave received instructions from tho Cuiutor or Intestate Estates to sell by public auction, on ihp -Ground, AT GALLEY SWAMP, ON SATURDAY, the IOtu DAY OF (SEP TEMBER, 1898, At 1 p.m., ALL thpse 64 SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS in the above Estate, situate iu the centre of tbe rising Township of Gallvmaut, . These Lots were lately laid out and surveyed by L. liiddulph, Esq. Litho pl...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

WESTERN PRICES. Sydnkt, Thursday night. iteolern— Wo potatoes offered thi6 morning. Tur nips brought 4s 51 to 4s 6d. Lucern- : Pearce, peorge'i Plains, 2s lid. Chaff : Thompson, Bre wougle, passed. Hay: Payne, Tarana, 4s 3d. Bran 7d, lucerne Is 10d to 2s 5J, chickw})eat 2s Sd to 2s 9J, screenings 22s 31. Wheat.— Mr. H. R Carter, wheat broker, Sydney and Melbourne reports as follows Sept. 8th: — The yrheat market is firmer and slightly improved. Melbourne is also rather firrqer, but steady, and orders are still going there both on Sydney and Queensland accounts, in the absence of sufficient local offerings. The London market is practically pnehanged at an equivalent of 3d and 4d Le ow Sydney fob values. The tenacity of farmers is pro ducing the local improvement, but it must not be overlooked that every 1000 bags now imported will mean an additional 1000 bags to be carried into the jiew season, at whatever price that may open, in place of going into consumption. Meantime 1 have buyer...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Sad Occurrence. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

A Sad Occurrence, A sad fatality occurred at Kogan, near Warra (Queenslaud), on August 25. A parly consisting of Robert Wiseman, Fred. Lucas, Mrs. Williams and her sister, Lizzie Alexander, went out in a wagonette to cut down a ' sugar bag ' (a tree in which was a bees' nest). Mrs. Williams left six children at school and took the two youngest with her. They left after dinner, and drove to tbe tree, which was about three miles and a half away. Mrs. Williams was standing with her baby iu her arms near tho trunk of the tree, expecting it to fall the opposito j way to whieh she wa6 standing, but it fell ' her way instead. Sue wassailed on to run, but ran with the fall of the tree, which, coming with a tremendous crash, caught her in tbe thickest part of the branches. When pulled out life was extinct, but what wa6 iudeed a wonder, the baby was found lying beside her, head downward, quite safe not a bone being broken. Mrs. William's body was shattered to pieces ; her heait burst, the blo...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

©OTtseM ®a@Toeii§. (sUuhch op Ekqlaijd. — To-morrqw services will |)e held as follows : — Blaynay, 11 and 7-30 ; Greg ji&mstown, 3 — Rev. YY. K. Howell. Neville, 11 ; Barry, 3 ; Newbridge, 7.3t) — Rev. J. Onyotis, Vbksbyterian.— To-morrow services will bs coil - Quoted as follows : — Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; Hobby's Yards, 3— Rev. J. @oudie (Carcoar). ' Wesleyax. — To-morrow serf ices will be held as follows : — Newbridge, 11 ; Evans' Swamp, 3 ; blayney, 7.30— Rev. A. S. Swift. Blayney, 11 — Captain H. Cock. Norton, 3— Mr. W. Roger. Mandurama, 3— Mr. G-. Chappel.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Hastings and Macleay Electorate. A SEAT FOR MR. BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

Hastings and Macleay l£lectoratje. A SEAT FOR MR, BARTON-. Mr. F. Clarke, who was returned unopposed at; the last general election for the Hastings and Macleay electorate, has resigned. his scat in order to. give Mr. Barton the chaucc of entering Parliament. The following telegrams has been received by Mr, Barton, to which liis replies are attached : — Kempset, Tuesday. ' Public meeting authorises me to request jour consent to nomination for ibis electorate to fill tho vacancy caused by resignation of Frank Clarke. Full raquisitiou following. (Sigusd), J,. R. Farrick.' ' Sidney, Tuesday. 'Cordially aud gratefully accept invitation to, nomination to vacancy in g ec.-tora.te caused by Mr. Clarke's generous and putriolie conduct. (Signed), E. Barton.' Glidstone, Tuesday. 'Itllectjrs of Gladstone aud lielniorj assure you of uHaninioas sujuart if yju -jo-itist this CQJstituejcy. (Signed) J. P. Connore, Lee, Garroll, Salmon' Kcnuncr, Grammou, and 50 others.' ' Stdkkt, Tuesday. ' Hesrtily ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

AUCTION SALE ?HIS VAY (SATURDAY}. H. J&^Woolley received positive instructions to sell by pabli: auction, THIS DAY (SATURDAY) At 12 o'clock noon, At T. Pogarty's Hotel, Blaynev 3 HORSES, DRAY, and HARNESS ; aUo an Allotment of LAND iu Albion-street, Blay ney, \yith Op,itage erected thereen. TERMS-CASH. j A&pQGate and Herald. IXEAS^URBS ; NOT SATURDAY-, SEPTEMBER 10, 1898.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Soudan Campaign. A DECISIVE BATTLE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

? The Soudan Campaign. A DECISIVE BATTLE. London, Sunday. News was received from Cairo last night to tho effect that the long-looked-for battle between the Anglo-Egyptian forces and the Dervishes had been fought near Omdur&man. Details to band show that the Khalifa with his entire force advanced for a distance of three miles to meet the British, and then made a bold and de termined attempt to envelops the British flauks. The British fought splendidly, and the Dervishes were repulsed after an engagement of an hour's duration. Without loss of time General Kitchener gave the order to advance, anj after proceeding some dis tance towards Omduraman the Dervishes renewed tbe attack but were again repulsed, their loss this time being very heavy. The Dervishes were completely dispersed. The Dervish garrisoii at Omduramau offered only a slight resistance, and the city is now occupied by the British. The British loss during the engagement was 100 meu, and the Egyptian urmy.200. Lieuten...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Motion of Censueb. — Mr. Lyne moved a potion of censure on the Government on Wednesday night in connection with the Government's attitude on Federation. Tlie motion caused a stir in political circles, aud this move of the Opposition is looked upon as a futile scramble for office, and one which will retard thu progress of federation. The (lebat? is now proceeding, and when it is .finished the Government will probably have S, substantial majority of from 10 to 15. Two of the new Ministers, Messrs. Y^rney farkes and O. A. Lee, have been returned unopposed, whilst Mr. Hogue is being oppo sed at the Glebe. Mr. EV Rowlands (Mandurama) took second prize in tlie all-comers double furrow ploughing match at the Manildra show ?jvhich was held this week. Mr. H. It. Woolley holds an auction sale at Fogarty's Hotel this day (Saturday), when he will sell three horses, dray, and harness, also an allotment of land in Albion street, on which is erected a cottage. Mining. — A new f...

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 — 10 September 1898

The Heatlicote Miracle. FURTHER, PARTICULARS. Heath cut i: (Victoria), Monday. Further particulars of the miracle lately per fortned iu this township have been trade public. The greatest enthusiasm prevails- over the matter, and Mrs T. J. Thomas — the eentral figure — has beeb heartily congratulated by all who know her,. On account of the tremendous interest taken iu tho lady by the public, our representative called upon her. ' Good afternoon,' said Mrs. Thomas in a pleasant voice to us as we entered. Mrs. Thomas subsequently very kindly, placed the whole of the facts in our possession. 'Uutilashort time ago,' said the lady, 'I had uot known for 40 years what permanent relief from pain was.' How greatly Mrs. Thomas suf fered from rheumatism, repeated attacks of influenza enlargement of the liver, and iufiamniation of the' kidneys is vividly shown by her remarks. ' I am over 74 years of age,' she continued. ' It was, as near as I can remember, iu 'o7 that I had my first attack of rhe...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

BLAYNEY-HAHDESr LINE. UP, a.m. . p.iu, — Blayney.i. ...Dep. 4 56. ^ 55 IS Carooar ? C 46 10 36 17 Haiidurabia ? ? , 6 5 10 48 19 Lyudliurst ... ... C 22 11 1 £2 G-ailaud ? a a 87 Swan Ponds ? a » UO Wangsola ? a a 86 Woodstock ? 7 27 11 CO 48 Holmwood ? 7 56 12 12a. ui 46 Cowra ... - ...Arr. 8 10 12 28 Stop p.m. „ ? Dep 8 50 12 40 i 60 Wattamadnrra ... tt . 64 Koorawatba ? 4 48 1 SO -59 Orowtber ? a ... 74 Bendick Morrel ... a 80 Monteaglo ... ... ia 90 Burrangong. ... ... a V2 Young ? ? Arr. 6 20 2 CO ? Dep. 6 60 ? 8 0 103 Kii^gsvalo ... a 110' Domoudrille ... ... 8 10 ' 8 60 111 Murrumburrab ... a a H.8 Harden ... ...Arr. 8 80 4 6 DUWN. ~ a.m. p.m. — Harden ? Dep; -5 20 9 10 2 Murrutnburrah ' ... a a 8 Demondrillo ? ? fl 48 9 80 10 KiagBTale ... ... a a 21 Young ? .Arr. 7 51 10 20 ... .. .Dep. 8 6 : It) 26 28 Burrangong ... ... a a 83 Mouteagle ? a a 89 Bendick Morrel ... ' a a 44 Orowtber ... ... a a 40 Koorawatba ... .. 9 54 11 53 67 Wattaraadarra ? a a.tn. 67 Oowra ? Arr. 10 45...

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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

AIL WAY T1 ME- TABLE- 1 DOWN *&*-. I Station. j Pans. ( Jbiil. p.ili . — Srdney ... ... ... Dep 10 16 J 8 0 8 Uomebueh ? .; 13 Granville ... ? ? ... J.4 Parramalt^., ? 8 2$ 88 Blacktown ? ... 25 Kdoij E J1 ? ? ? 29 St. Mary's ? 84 Penrhh- ? Arr. 11 28 9 0 „ ... ? Dep. 11 30 9 6 8G Emu'Pltins ? 11 8S 0 10a 89 Lucsfville ? a 4® Glenbrook ? 11 60 42 Blsiland ... ? ? 11 S7a 45 Kar&ber ? a , ... p m. 48 The Vallay ? ; ... 18 6a ... 48 Springtrood ? 12 16 49 JTatilfonbriflge ? 12 23a 62 Numunlia ? « 68 Linden ? 12 84 ... ti Woodford ? I 12 45 a I ... 66 Hazolbrook ? -z 68 Ii&weoB ? ? ? 14 10 JJ0 62 Weotvror h Falls ? 1 20 ... 66 Katootnka ... ? ? ... 1 88 11 6 70 Meilow ? « . ... 73 Biackbe&th ? 2 11 29 ??t *r i ir- t ? -Arr 8 1 H 39 W Mount Victoria ...^ 2 80 u g,a 81 Hartley Yale ? 2 39a 13 la. m 83 Bell ? 2 46 12 8 88 Olnrcnee Biding ? 3 2 12 24 82 ZigZig ? 3 16 12 Z1 65 Est Bank ? 3 28 12 60 86 Lithgow ? S 81 12 64 97 Bewenfcls ? 3 85 12 68a 101 Marrang...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

THE new remedy, 'VICTORY GOES FOE TOOTHACHE AND NBUBALGIA, cures the worst oass -within ten minutos, ; 1 Znnumerabls Testimonials, A considerable number of our customers have already tried' the new '.remedy, Victory Cure for 'Toothache' and Neuralgia, aufl.have in every in stance been cured. It is certainly s. most wonderful enaedy , and 'we trust it will become widely know . Hugh JIontoomeiue, , ChAELES Pu£TZK'-K . Joseph Coomdh, .. S Ooosuis, Abthdb G. Coombs, Storekeepers, Marulan. The above Remedy can he had at the Office of his Paper. . /Ifa & DAY to AS H If tgi be made by 9 TO persons of ci ™ H tdier ses, in CSSl™ GW ffl their own lo calities, ia.tj:work for lis.. New buoiness. All mast -vs^th -wouderiil .sjaccfess'. Aayouo cau do tha work. You dont need capital, or ?bout the same ae uone. ' We ;will start jyou. No space to explain bere. *But you ? can tnftkp'a.' snng. lijtle fov.luiie, Uouoribly; and ! easily. Tlie ? Guiployment is .' payiicularly ' adapted, to tbe re...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. abmtai op UAirs. Daily (Sundays exuepted) from Sydney, Bathurst, Grahrille, Ooulburn, Harden, Carooar, Alandur ama, Ljndkurst, Woodstock, Garland, Coirra, Brown's Greek, T.P.O. No. 2 West, T.P.O. No. 2 South, Orton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, anl King's Plains on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. From Greghamitown and Vittoria on W^dnejdays and Saturday?. DEPASTURE Ot MAILS, Daily (Sundays eic -pted) to Bydney, Ba'bu st, Goulburo, Harden, Granville, Oarcoar, Man durama, Lyndhuret, Wooistjck, G»rla d, Oowra, Brown's Creek, Ortsn Park, T.P.O. Nb. . 2 West, T.P.O. Tffn. 2 So tb. To Norton, Neville, Sbaw, Barrr, and Eing'a PUinF on Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturdays. To GregbBmstown and Vmoria on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Pesky Postage. The rate ot postage, under the conditions of the A.«t, on letters posted in the district from and to any of the following post offices is Id : — Barry, Blayney, Brown's Creek, burnt Yards, ? Cadia: Oarcoar, Fganton, For...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Millthorpe Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

. Milltljorpe Progress Asso ciation. The election of a -.committee for the recently forjned Pro jressAs3Sci£tion /took place at Mill th.rpc on Satunlay last. Keen interest was taken in the event. v;l'he p'pll'w.is taken between 1 p.m. aud G p. m j 105'incinbera voting. The Association now numbers over 150 members, 1 The result of the prill was announced in the Assembly Hall at 8 o'clock by tho returniug-offijer (Mr. T. Higgins) amid much excitement and cheering, there being nearly 200 residents present. Thg following is the result of the poll : — GuE'ihah Division. John Hawkius 35, J. W. Hayes 3i, A- C Frau ds 29, R- Watterson 28, C. Couuell '20. Guvong Division. J. H. Dobbin 18, John Frape 17, S Whitmee 14, J H. Glassoa 14, W. Webb 11, R. Ezzy 10. Lower Forest Division. John Noonan 16, John Bates 15, Wm. Goode 13, J. H. Wurboys 12, Geo. Streatfcild 11, W. Mutton 10. Inhuswold Division, - Tlios. Higgiua 21, M. Slattcry 19, M. Gninan 18^ Dr. Davies 17, C. E. Hayts 10, R. T. Hiwke 9, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A WOMAN'S PLACE IS HER HOME. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

A WOMAN'S PLACE IS HER HOME. To lite Editor. ' For woman is not uu.levelopt man, But diverse ; could we make her as the man. Sweet Love wore slain : his dearest bond ie this, Not like to like, bat like in differeuee.' Tennvson. Sir, — The article in your last issue under tbe W.C.T.U. headiug, from the pen of Mrs. Harrison Lee, was oue of high interest ; but in my opinion it is misleading. Mrs. Lee states that ' A woman's place is her home ' is meauiugless jargon, and a parrot-cry uttered with little thought of the full beautiful meaning of that sacred truth. She also draws attention to the vast amount of crime result ing from drink, and they should lake part with men in politics to stamp out this evil. Tnis popular fallacy of extending the franchise to women as an antidote for tlie drink evil, would uot better the state of affairs, but rathar the reverse. 1 Maintain that a woman's place IS lier home, and if they pos sessed the franchise it is plainly seen that politics and outside a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Young Men's Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

Tlie Yonng Men's Social. Oue of the most successful eveats, ever held in Blayney was t he social in connection with the recently formed Young Men's Mutual Improvement and Debating Society,^ which was held ih:the Wesleyau School Hall on Monday evening last. Notwithstanding the bad state , of the weather, there was a large number/of young iadies present, tbe gathering being a merry one, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. The hall vt&s nicely'decorated with 'flags. Tlie social was a novel one,' as the cooking, singing, and all the arrangements .were carried out by the y'o'ung men, and which they did with great credit to themselves. They were most assid uous in their efforts to entertain the ladie3 ; even the vice-regal party could not have received better attention. The young ladies appreciated their efforts, and were unani mous in the opinion that the social was a great success'. Games of all kinds were in dulged in ?, songs and choruses were rendered by the young men, th...

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