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

mandurama. [fhoji odb correspondent.] The Rev. Mr. Goudie, Presbyterian minister at Carcoar, preached in the Wes leyan church on Sunday morning to a highly appreciati'-e congregation. The recent school examination held by Mr. McKenzie, the district inspector, was hishlv successful, Mr. Kins, the head teacher and Miss Macdermott being highly com plimented on the result. The following scholars obtained certificates : — Owen Owens John Smith, Leslie O'Toole, Charles Card well, Aimer Smith, and May Cowan. Gveat regret is expressed here at the serious illness of Mrs. J'. Kenworthy, of Carcoar. Mr. W. White, who was appointed manager of the A.J.S. Bank here when Mr. Hunt died, has been on a visit to the town for the past fortnight. Delicate health is the reason of his visit. During his residence here as manager he was very popular, and his old friends were pleased to see him. The Juvenile Cricket Club have got their cricketing materials, and will commence the season with a match against t...

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

NEW AUSTRALIAN CATECHISM. What is a license fee ? A small sum of money which gives a man the right to manufacture drunk ards, paupers, and criminals at a tremendous rate. What material is used in tbe manufacture of these articles ? Boys. Whose Doys? Anybody's hoys. What is the difference between a Licensing law and a prohibition law ? The Licensing law nuts whisky into a boy through a £30 funnel, and then puts the boy in tbe gutter. The Prohibitory law puts the whisky in the gutter, and saves the boy. The governor of Canterbury jail, England, who has acquaintance in his official capacity with 20,000 prisoners, says that he never met with a prisoner who was a teetotaler.' Those who are engaged iu tbe temperance reform would do well to make a note of this.— Philadelphia Methodist. Mbs. W. A. STREATKKILD SMITH, Superintendent of Press Department.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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W.C.T.U. "FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY." NON-ALCOHOLIC TREATMENT OF DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

W.C.T.U. 'FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY.' | NO N- AIiCO HOLIC TREATMENT OF DISEASE. Sir, — As tui illustration of the efficacy of the non alcoholic treatment of disease, the following extract from a speech by Dr. JL Monac Lesaer, head sur geon of the Bed Cross Hospital, New York, will doubtless be interesting to many of your readers. Speaking of his recent visit to Cuba, Dr. Lesser said : — ' The results of non-alcoholic treatment were very markedly favourable. As an experiment, and a concession to the general medical opinion that prescribes alcohol, on our first arrival I allowed alcohol to be given to six patients, whose condition was such as in the judgment oE most medical men to make the administration of alcohol desirable. To my very great sorrow, four of these six men died Afterwards, in treating, absolutely without alcohol, 63 of these same diseases, of which so many thousands have- died, we lost but one patient, who died on the day of entrance. I observed in Cuba, the same as ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. (Before Mr. H. Byrnes, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

Blajney Police Court. Wednesday, September 7. (Before Mr. H. Byrnes, P.M.) H. Quigley v. D. Chesher ; illegal deten tion of a mare. Mr. Macdermott for complainant, and Mr. Pile for defendant. Henry Quigley deposed : I reside at Nev ille ; on 18th August I delivered a notice of demand for the mare on defendant person ally ; he refused to deliver up the mare, and said the matter would have to go to court ; I had a contract with defendant to build him a house gt Neville for £5 ; I was to build the hemse for which I was to get the mare (valued at £3) and the balance of £2 was to be paid in cash ; defendant was work ing at Colburt's at the time ; defendant left Colburt's shortly afterwards ; after I deliv ered some of the timber for the house de fendant brought me tha mare ; he asked me to try her, which I did ; I waj satisfied with the mare ; defendant then said ' I deliver the mare to you in part payment for timber;' the timber and -what I paid for drawing it in was worth more than £3 ...

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

Municipal Election. In the course of a few weeks the rate payers of Blayney will be called upon to elect an alderman to fill the place of Mr. ^Aldftrmaa Pile, whose seat no doubt will be declared vacant at the next council meeting, to be held on Wednesday evening. This step has been occasioned through Mr. Pile neglecting to attend the council meetings for over a period ot tnree inontns. According to tho Municipalities Act, a person being, elected to the position of alderman is com pelled to take his seat at least once in three months, or in default his seat must be declared vacant, and not only so, but he is liable to a tine of £25. It will be remem bored some time ago Mr. R. A. Collie, late of Blayney, was brought before the police court tor similar neglect, tor which he had to pay his £25. I£ the council fails to seek the recovery o£ this amount, any ratepayer can take proceedings when the money would have to be paid.

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

His Observation. It was a grand temperance meeting, and the hall was full to overflowing.- The audience had greeted with rapturous ap plause the enthusiastic speeches of a number of ladies and gentlemen on the platform, and the chairman thought it was now a good time to get some of the . audience to state their experiences. I ?Will any lady or gentleman oblige us I with a few words on this subject ?' he. asked blandly. . 'i r i ? u j:i-_ i ~ „.i__ ? t ? , i j. auuuiu jiB.c ou wai&t; oue ooservation, said au elderly man, rising from his seat. He was so -benevolent in appearance that the vast concourse of people settled down into their seats to hear something good. 1 Speaking of^temperatice,' said the ajderly man, ' speaking of temperance, I say, I wish there was only one public-houss in all the , kingdom, and that ? 'Ha stopped, and the audience, waited in expectation. ' I wish,' he said, slowjy, drawing in his breatb, ' that that solitary public-house belonged to me !' Then ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Carcoar Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

Carcoar Municipal Council* The usual fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Tuesday evening. Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Derwin, Mayhew, and Miles. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Accounts amounting to £3/4/2 were passed for payment. The following correspondence was read aud received : — From Mr. T. Waddell, M. P., stating that as soon as money was voted for Parks he would apply for £50 for the Car coar Park ; from the Fisheries Department, stating that a supply of trout fry would shortly be forwarded to Carcoar. The matter of kerbing and guttering was again allowed to stand over. The following applications for the office of council clerk were received : — From Mr. P. J. Kelly and Mr. S. Poole. Alderman Byrnes (Mayor) moved, and Alderman Derwin seconded, ' That Mr. P. J. Kelly be appointed to the office of council clerk, inspector of dairies, and officer to carry out the provisions of the Public Health Act at a salary of £20 per an...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Terrible War Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

A Terrible War Bill. I Even to those who profess to kno-w some thing of the. terrible cost of war it will be somewhat of a shock to learn that the six principal wars of the latter half century have absorbed a sum of £2,5SG,000,000. This stupendous amount, which baffles the grasp of tlie most statistical miud, is roughly equal to our entire national revenue for tho last ou years, it uio nations concerned naa commenced at the close of the year of Waterloo to put away a sovereign a second, or more than i-500,000 a week, in order to meet this bill, they would only now be free from debt. The wars which entailed such a heavy drain on national exchequers were the Cri mean War,' the American Civil War, the Frauco-Prussian aud liusso-Turkish war, the Italian war of 1859, .and the Austro-Prussian war of 1866. Imagine for a moment that the combined war bill is paid in £o Bank of England notes. The weight of the equivalent notes will be 613£ tons, and it will tax the united strength of 400 hors...

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

Brief Mention. The new Family Hotel at Millthorpe was opened on Wednesday with a supper 'and dance. We would remind dog owners that their pets must be registered this month. On Monday light Mr. Sydney Smith was presented with an illuminated address and purse ot sovereigns by the citizens of Bath urst. The local Good Templars will hold their annual picnic and concert on 9th November. The personality of the lato Mr. Gladstone has been sworn at £60,000. In many of the churches and chapels in Great Britain on Sunday sermons were preached in support of the Czar's proposal for international .disarmament. It is time the local cricketers were making a start. Influenza is prevalent in this district. In the opinion of a leading Sydney miller the coming wheat season in Australia will be the best on record. Monday last was tho 71st anniversary of the discovery of the Clarence lliver. Hundreds of tramps are marching to Albury, thinking it will be the Federal capi tal. Three ladies left Goulburn ...

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

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WiTH.' To Mcsiri. Coleina.w and Sons , CooUluiuudru. DbarSibs, — I have used the Eucalypte Extract ^whicli 1 got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost Kvery possible com plaint 1 use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, hruises, sore throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, -fcc.,--fcc., and I do not believe there is any disease it will not curn if persevered with.. In ulcerated sore throat or.inllaiiied throat it is iuvaljiabjft having had pe-rBOtial experience of the fact .very recently. Where ehildren or even ndults are badly att'dcted I usually erect a kind of small tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on tlie fire, and when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of (he Euealyple Extract into the kettle, aud attach a long tube to the spout of the kettle, and make the steam play about the patient in the tent. The steim owing to the distance it '-has to travel, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is not enerva...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

.. Consumers of Wax Vestas -must he cars fill to see that they get Biyaut aud Muy'tj only, which are the very best iu quality aud ,20 per cent/ more 'iu Quantity . than the oreign made Wax vestas. .? Uryaut and May's Plaid Wax vestas are inade only iu London, -aud .uave ueeu ajvaraeqjj^^ai^^;3i£DALS tor excellence of qa&UtyT jEferyhak jof liryauti and Miyis Wax Vestas, beara thejr iaame, ou a aftilie tjtobop, 'inbtdejjtiie} VeH^fbowu red, black -and blue star trade taar^. Aslt for Bryant Hnd-- May's- W«x Vestas, -nud do not be deceived by tlie inferior article.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Four Karrels of Gold. Once a man of the laboring class who had often wished to be rich was. offered all the money he wished for if he would accept, without a murmur, the troubles and anxie ties that wealth usually brings. Gladly the man accepted, aud the add wa? delivered to hiin in four great barrels. Qe jived the life of a prince for a few months, and then the late hours and high living gsnferally began to tell, and his liver got out of Order. To make a long story short he got worse and worse, until at last lie had spent all his I money in a fruitless search for health, j This, of course, was before Bile . Beans for Biliousness were discovered. Mr. 31. A. Roberts, of St. Vinoent street, Port Adelaide has a different story to tell. He says : — ' Some seven or eight years ago I had my first attack of biliousness. From that tiiiie for the next year or two I had intermittent attacks of biliousness until about four or five years ago, when my appetite almost completely failed me. I remo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Helpless oil the Sfaoals. A gre it steamship, feeling liar way in n f jg, ran upon a low mad bank hiiu sunk fast, about twenty iniles from lior pDrt. She hid 0:1 board a vj.1 liable I cargo aud nearly three hundred pMsan^ers, most of whom were almost within eignt of their homes. The tugs came aud trie ! v.iialy to pall her into deep water. The oJfi:ers were us aule navigators as there had ever been. Uut she was helpless, and it was dead low water. Only one thing could be done — to wait. A few hours later tbe Captain said to his pissengers, ' Tlie tide is rising; we shall bs off presently.' Sixty minutes more and the ship floated. It was now noon. At two o'clock sharp the impatient voyngen steppod ashore. They might have bees delayed longer sive for the one ' fjet which the captain had announced iu four words. Perhaps this simple and not uncommon iiici lent may contain a lesson for you and me. Suppose we draw a little comparison and seo. The man who learns nothing from things at his ...

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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Commercial - .T_ S. Lkkds & Go. I l, ' Fat Cattle. -91) varUeil. Tlje iijar^et was agiiiu jDi i^k t'lruuglicut, ptiine especially Ueing in strong - «lem-inil. Prime made frc p 2Js Jg 22s 6.1 p-tr TiOjlis , 'uiil I'liii; qiiijity 20s, tp 21r.' We sol. I - „' 1 bullock-fnr Hor. T. Keir aV£12' §3, 1 liuljoek pame owner, 9t'£Q l§a; 14 bullocks, ljgbt weights, £,imu owuer, to £8 : 3 J cqwa (or Mr. S. K. tVelforJ. Eu^owjii. sycpj I-Ji? 19a 6 1 ; 2^ COIYS for Mr .J. l*4Llu-e)% 'av«jrajij»g LZ 10s ; ' 7 cows for MrOima'i, Gu'i il, tQt'5 lis. Fatsbeap.— 129} Jtr.ied. :?. Best merinos jmnile from 10a to liiii 6 t, crossbreda iroin lOi to 13d 9J. We nold— For SI--. S. Palmar, Du'ibo, 56 etvea at 10s, 23 at 10^61. 3 iretliers at 134 91, 55 ewes at JOe 3d, 2o at 10a 2d, 35 at lUs ; Mr. Hsrton, pnomey, 63 wethers at 8s 91. 49 ewes at 7s 9 1 ; Mr 3. Davis, Cq. '(?'-, 119 mixd.1 sheep at 7s 7 ?!, #51 at 6-. Id ; Mr P. Dunn, Molong, 95 ewes at 7s 7*1, 94 lainlis at 6s 6.1, 9 -at 5s 10 J, 4 a...

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THE ANGLO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

f ilti APfG !.0-A1Ih-ilt.A \ ? alliance. /By . LjuT Cook, nee Tennessee C. Clafliu.) j \Vri 1 a for the ' Blavii»,v A ! vocate and Cjrcuar * r ? ' ? H.-ral'd ] Th$ ancient punts tell us thure was once a. Jtime -when the 'great gorl Saturn reigned it* Italy, and bestowed happiness and trinquil lty.uv^v.uU the earth. The r husbandman pt-:ice the fruits of his labor, and th : li ld 4 smiled with pjente ius harvests. ^ue iitjeiul aijts were snjulously cultivated and every hoine was tlie abode of innocence. Coinn iring tliis blissful state with their own ileg ii -rate rule of bloud And iron, ia which tt.l die vices hal supplauted virtue, they h i ve handed it down to us as ' The Golden Age,' which, they deplored, could never - cjnie again. ®ii- retrospective fable, however, of Pagan .writers, the Hebrew Prophet saw as a future reality. In his vision, the Go.l of Peace was po take the place of the heithcn deity, ' and to teach u-i of His ;vays ? And lie shall judge among the nations and s...

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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

WESTEBN' PRICES. Stdnkt, Thursday qigbt, Redfern. — No potatois arrived. 37 trucks ar rived. Oats : Wsbfo, Blayney, 2a 4£rt, do., 2s 4d. Hay: Smith, Millthorpe, Is lid ; Toole, Tarana, Sussed ; Jolm Bratlty, Nevybridge, parsed ; Cashion [illtherpe, passed ; Morgan, Millthorpe, 2« 9d ; Palmer, jjatfcurst, Is lid; Miller, Newbridge, 4s 2d. Skruvr, bundle : Colahan, Raglan, passed ; Lsadbeatcr, Mandurama, passed, do. Is 6i ; (der Hck-pressed), Prescott, Mary Vale, is 81 ; do., Is 8d. Chaff: Nieholls, Millthorpe, passed, dp., passed ; M'Dermott, Orange, 2a lOd ; Christina, Raglan, 3s. Wheat.— Mr. H. R. Carter, wljeat broker, Sydney and Melbourne reports as. follows Sept. - ,15th: — Wheat i« unfortunately weaker both in Sydney aed Melbourne. In tho local market very little business has beea done, and prises ars little more thaq nominally 3/1 to 3/2 for good average to grime, 3/ fpr the former being really the rate practically obtainable. Arrivals havg been rather larger, aud offerings ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

Bhf l poJBEttjye Biedioines on the market. ^^^^1 , ~ Imy areonlike mostlazetivereiH. » . ' ' -W ? eaiea. beoauBs they act direot on JL aO r ^tal m ihfl hUe dnais, causing thelirer to, fc Lrat3 «?aaisgg»'ifeii-Bflx. n* *hnS flnehing the stime oat as ajBlream of -water Mfl wonldo flrain. Oefsetive bile Beoretioh catiseB vaiionB' TUIV ftUments suoh tie Heaflaehe, OonBtipatlon, Costive » »es«, Files, liver Trouble, IthenmatiBm, indliea — ? 2 tion, Diezlneas, BocclDg ln the Hsad, B'nll II huuwiwii ne»s afterEa|lntf,fte„ Af A BiLE Bean taken ILllfU5rlC^J now and then wiUJnBp.cneitoe .from these' '' digestive troubles^ their attendant evils, .and ? r- ? w — ' ? dangeronB alter eBeots. When you ask for Bile - Beans don't be put off with something else. Ifigyon neei a purcative medicine Bile: Beans will prove effeetaal when all othermedioinea have failed. - Fob Vale : Dealers Generally, or from tile Bile Bean Uannbctnring Company, 19 Maccpurle Place, Sydney.

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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

©jjyiseH m@tb©@§. Church of Bkoland. — To-morrow services will be held as follows Blayney, 11 and 7.39 ; King's Plains, 3— Rev. W. K. Howell. Barry, 11 ; Moor ilda, 3 ; Newbridge, 7.30 — Rev. J. Onyons. Phksbtterian. — To-morrow services will b3 con ducted as follows : — Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; Hobbys Yards, 3— Rer. J, Kinghorn (Bathurst). WesiiErAK. -To-morrow services will be held as follows Blayney, 11— Rev. F. Colwell (Orange). Seville, 3 j Oalley Swamp, 7-30— Rev. A. S. Swift. Norton, 3 — Captain H. Cock. Blayney, 7.'30— Micsion Band. Catholic Church (Parish of Carcoar). First Sunday— Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. Blayney, 11 a.m. and 7.3# p.m. Second Sueday — Blayney, 8.30 a.m. Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tbird Sunday — Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Blayney, 11 a.m. Fourth Sunday — Vittoria, 11 a.m. Blayney, 7.30 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when occurring) — Neville, 11 a.m. Carcoar, 7.30 p,.m. The Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th June, 1897. A&voGate and Herald. me4SDb»b; hot men.' j SATUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

For Sale. A FIRST-CLASS BICVCLE, in perfect order. Complete. Db. WOODWARD. BLAYNEY Co-Operative Butter Factory & Refrigerating Co„ Ltd An extraordinary meeting of the Shareholders of tho Blayney Co-Operative Butter Factory and Refrige rating Company, Ltd , will be held at the Council Chambers on FRIDAY, the 30th instant, at 3 p.m. Business : To consider the advisability of Leasing tbe ! Factory. By order of the Board of Directors. C. TUDOE PILE, Secretary. Municipality of Blayney. Extraordinary Vaancy. NOTICE is hereby given that a PTJJB LIO MEETING of the Ratepayers will be held an the Town Hall, Blayney, on MONDAY, 3rd day of October, . 1898, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of Nominating and Electing an . ALDERMAN iu the room i)f GEORGE PILE, Jun., whose seat has been declared vacant in accordance with section 40 of the Municipalities Act of 1897. . NOMINATIONS, in writing, must be delivered to the Returning Officer seven j Days at least before the said day of Nomi- ) natio...

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MOTION OF CENSURE. VICTORY FOR THE GOVERNMENT. VERY CLOSE VOTING. SYDNEY, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 September 1898

MOTION OP CENSURE. VICTORY FOR THE GOVERNMENT. VERY OJjOSE VOTING. ' S ydney, Friday morning. The debate on the motion of censure, moved by Mr, Lyne last week on the Feder ation proposals of the Government, -was Concluded last night. The division resulted iq tt^e motion being negatived by 58 votes to 54, being a majority of four in favor of $he Reid Government. '

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