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CHURCH NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

' eaajKSM MQimeas. ClfpB«B«pENaLANDJ_1-o:morrow services will be he.ldta^fQllqji't .-r-lilayney, 11 anil' 7.aO ; KincV PlaiDs, i— Rev. W4. $. ^mvelt' Newbridge, 7.30 — R«r. Ji Ouyon». PwaprrtRi^if — To;nv)rro«r.ser.-ices vil1 b- en 4uete4.apfpllow,i:— Blayjiey, 11 aud 7.30,; Mill Ijhorpe. 3-rKey, J» Adajii. Xfp8LltrA.pl.' — To:tnorro«. ser.'ices.irill;be hall an fnllows,: -B|»ynry, M;. Neville, 3 ;. Manduraina, 7 30^Reir. A. S. 'Sjy.ift. ' Nprtun,' 3; Blayney, 7.S0r-Mr. fi; A. Collins. ' Evans^ Sivimip, 7:30 Mr. W; Rogers. New.bridqi-, 3— Mjssion;Baud.' PAXjr;'nLic.CHp'KOri. (Papish of 'Ctrconr). Fir»f Sunday— (Jarsoar, 8.30,11.111, B|uyney, 1.1 a.m. a»^ 7.30 p\i». - * ' Secyp^.Siueday— Blayuey, 8.33 a.m. Carcoar, 11 a.m. »nd|7.39,p.in; 'TnirJ Sanjiay— Carcoar, 8:3? a,in, and 7;3J p.m. Blaynv. 11 a.m. : Fourth' Sunday —Vittoria, 1.1, a,m, Blayney, 730 p.m. ' fifth Sup.lay (when oc:urring) — Neville, 11 a,,ni. C^rcoar, 7.3p.p..m. Th».?fq»Vy.tery, Circoiir, 2«h,Juue. 1897, Advocate an...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "EVENING NEWS" ON ME. F.B. SUTTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

TBE 'EVENING NEVTS ' ON MB. F. fi.; SUTT0R. Friday's Evcmitg News contains tbei, following pertinent comment ;— ' Protectionists 3$ certainly taking time by the forelock, and'some of them are dispUyiug considerable activity. At. B»tbur«t'ta determined attempt is to bo made 4p - win 'itfcat Btronghold of Freetrade over to the protectionist ami nnti land lax victors. Mr, tf/B.v^uttor ban come forward as the ackuowledgeil cu'dnipion of tho party of restriction aud monopoly,- and'he ?hoBBSito win the seat from the Minister foE '.-iliues; ? Mr.. to offer at the meeting lie addressed last'.? hfjfftt. He bad to explain away his conversion front- ^Free- trade to Protection^ and also to admit- that 'a- &te- take was made hy the Government of which he fras «. member iu taking the duty, ofltea. It will;' ^et- j-a e nol be forgolteu that Mr. S tit tor 'was -tfrtj mo'inber uf Sir George Dibb's Miuisiry in 1889 who. failed to get elect/ad on accepting oliice, and who, iu defiance of const...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

BLAYNEY-HA.EDEN LINE. UP. a.m. p.iu, — Blayuev ? Dep. 4 55 9 C5 12 Carconr ? C 46 . 10 8G 17 Mauduraiua ? 6 0 10 4-j 19 Lyudhurst- ? 6 22 11 i 22 Garland ? a a 27 Swan Pouds ? a a 80 Waogoola ... ... a a 85 Woodstoult ? 7 27 II CO 43 Holmwooa ? 7 65 12 12a.tu 46 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stop p.m. ! „ ? Dep 8 60. 12 40 , 56 WattaDiadnrra .... u ... 64 Koorawatba ? 4 48 1 80 69 Crowther ? ''? a 74 Beudick Morrel ... a 80 Montenglo ? a 90 Burraugoug ? a f'2 Youug ... ...Air. 6 26 2 50 ? Dep.!; 6 66 8 0 ' 108 liiugsvaie ? a 110 Deiuoudril]e ? 8 10 3 50 111 Muvrurnburrah ... a a 118 Hur-ipji .;. ...Arc 8 30 4 5 . ? DuwK. ? a.m. p.m. — Harden ... ...Dsp. 6 20 9 10 2 Muri'uoiburrali ... a a 8 Deinondrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 Kmgsvale ? ^ a & : 21 Young ? A.rr. 7 51 10 20 ' „ ? Dep. 8 6 10 25 28 Burraugong ? a a 83 Monceaglo ? a a 39 Bendick Moved ... a a 44 Crowtber ? a a 49 Koorawatlm ? 9 54 11 S3 57 WuttaraadarrA ... a a.m. 67 Ojwu ... ...Arr. 10 45 12 83 Stop p.m. „ ; ? Dep 5 40 12 55...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

?A UTJFAT TIME-TABLE ' ' ' ' ma's ^'- I ~ Bt.tl.m, | Phw. I ttall. ? ? ..?;.:.. u.m. p., i, — Stdm-y ? Dep 10 IS ! 8 0 8 HouicbUih ? , ..??' .13 Gr«nviHe ? '. ? j '14 Porrainntia ? „ ... ' 8 2J 21 UldCttdKII . | 26 Rwy H It ? ... '. ... i .' 29 at.ir.ry'i ? | ... Si IVorisirS ? Arr. 11 25 J 9 0 ? „ ? ... Dep. 11 30 j 9 C 3fi fiaiu;Pl»l.i« ,'. ? 11 3S a ICa 39 LuBurilL- ? a *CT Olenbuok ? 11 50 43 BlkgUud ? 11 57a 45 Katatar ? a ' *K The ValUj... ... .. ... 18 So ? !*8 Spriugwood ? .... 3.2 16 : . A9 Jftiulroubri'jge ? \i 23a ... '**.« Sumnnlii ? a ?*? ' £3 Linden ? 13 31 Jtl Woodford ? 12 45a ?J6B Huelbrook ? a £8 Ltwson ? 1 4 10 'JO ?83 WsDtwcr h FttlU ? 1 20 ;-8 Katoomb» ? 1 83 U 6 .70 Med'o* ? a r73 BlscUca'h ? 2 U 29 .«: Mount Victor ...^ Ho »»»a «1 ' ITarllej Va!e ? 2 39a 13 1o.ro «3 Bell ? 2 4G 12 8 ?88 Oiareuro S.ding ? 3 2 12 24 SS Zi« Z g ? 3 16 12 37 ?95 Elk Bank ? 3 28 12 CO , 66- Lithgow ? 3 31 12 54 07 Boireufels ... ? 3 35 12 6S« 2£01 Sfnrrnngaroo ? 3 42a 1 G 406 -Wvll...

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

THE . new rfiiaedy; 'VICTOIIY CUBE FOB TOOXHACHB AND KlSUaALGIA, curesthe worst case within tea minutes, ] Iouuinerable Testiuioniils'. , A. eonsidcrablo ifamtier ^ of our custouiura have already tried the 'new xsmbiy;' Victory Cure .for Toothache aud Ni-urali{ia;';and bave ia every in stance been cured. It is .certaialy a most wonderful einedy, aud wp. trust it will beooiiic widalyJinow. Huau HIoxraosiBiiiE, GHATlLES'l'lETZK B, JoEKPn COOSIBB, ' ; . ' S Coombs, A.TJT«CH fit. GOOitllS, ? . Storekcopsi'ti, Uavulan. The above Rutnedy an be had at the Office of his Paper. calities, ;it woi-Ic for iis. Now business. All meet With wonderful success. Anj-oiio can do the work. Ycu .dout noacl capital, or nbout tlio same jis mine. ? We' will start you. No space to explaiu lioro. But you cjij umko a simg little fortune hanorabiy ani'i easily. . Tl:o e:nployiji(-iit irf pa'ljiiniarly adapteJ to the reyiou in wbich this publi cation circulates. Ii)ys anil girls ear:- no.ir . ly as much as meu....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY POT OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

BLAYXJiY l'OST OFFICE. AEU1VAL OF 31AJL3. Daily (SunJavs cxcop'.od) frjia Sydney, Bjtliurtt. GranviijO, Gjuiburn. liarjon, C.reo'a'-, Jliiiidui ams, Lllld'uursl, Wiolst.ock, Upland, Conrrd. Browu'a Oeek, T.P.O. No. 2 West, X.P.O. No 2 Sourl), O.ton Paik. From Norton, Uurrv, Siiaw, Xerillc, nnl King's Plains on Tue&dujp, Thuvaloy, anl Saiurdays. Frjni.fi'e^hamctjBii and Vtloiiiou Wtdueadays oLd Salurddj .». UEPAIiTCKE OF MAILS. Daily {Suudajs oxe () - d) lo Siydnay, Baliusf, Gjulbur/-, UnrJcii, GrmviHt'', Uircjar, Mm durume, Lyiidhu»t, VVuodstjct, Girl.i -i, Oowm, livo vi.'b C'n-ek, Ort si Puiv, i'.l'.O. Nj. 2 Wett, T.l'.CX 21: 2*o Hi. To Kjrtcn, A'evil r, Sliaw, Burr., and Kiog'd Phinf 0:1 Tuosdaji', llK!sd.iy., andSaturdijf. Xo -JvcgiHim6ttwn and Vutmia on W'etln.tdiys and 6fttord4\e. Passir PoiTAfiK. The rata o£ postage, uuJor the cop.jitioas of the Act, on letters posted in the district fioul aud to any of tho following post offices is Id :— Br.rry, Blayuey, Brown's Creek...

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

MILL THORPE RACES..' . ; : ; The Millthorpe races were held on' Wed nesday, and were a great succesi. There, were ahout 400 people present. Following were the results : — Flying Handicap— John Rid 1, Febe 2. Hack Raoe— Kingbird U, Morgan 2. Druids' Handicap— John Rid 1, Golden Slipper . 2. . Hunters' Jump — Plun- ger 1, oignai 2. tjigar ana u moreiia ivaca —Toad 1, Febe 2. Members' Plate— John Rid 1, Kingbird 2. Selling Raco^-ERlda I, Consolation Race — Febe, 1st.

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

GACLEY SWAKP. . (FROMOCIt-COERKSPOKnfiN-ll The Galj.ymont Mo'E.-i Wiotica that this Company has started 10 erect another lirlok cottag*. I suppose this oue will-.lie for sou.e official counrc te3 with the battery. 'Xliis will ninbu the fourth building erected for the officials. It will not take mauy more for the Company to have a little town* ship uf its own. The contractors for excavating the battery site horjo to finish next week; and aa the mortar hlock* for the. battery Lave already been ilelivored, ii is evident thift'an early atari is to lie niadu iu the Election of the battery. Two new pumps nud two tniiku For baling purposes have also urrivuil. One of tlie pumps is [urth-: Southern' Mine, the other (a Knowlea) to be used iu vase of emergency. It is evident that the boss is prepared to cope with anything — even tlie deluge ivould be a mere bagatelle. It is rumoured thit they lure ?truck tlie iium-:«-ar(l H mini reef at the Southern Mine. I tiope that this rumour uiU-turti'OUi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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IMMORALITY AND LARRIKINIM IN BLAYNEY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

IMMORALITY Ar,D LA.REIKrNISM IN ULAyNBY. To tlie Editor. Sir,— As a statement made by the Bev. VV. K. Iiowell at the Church of Englaurt on 9th instant, when he drew attention to the immorality existing iu the Blayney district, is being uirculatnd broad cast ; and hating noticed a letter in your- !«on tem- porary last week signed ' Anglioau,' drawing attention to rlie Urrikruism of several youag men ia the Church of England during Divine worship, I would like a little space iu your paper iu refer ence to the same matter. With relerence to tha first- item, I might state that if Mr. Hou-ell know of so much immorality here, why does he uot take some means of trying to stop it ? Considering the Dumuer 01 unurcnes ana processing i-nrisciaus ia Blayney, it does not reflect u.uch credit oil them that the immorality and larrikiuism exists (if it really does) ; and it ought to make them blush with shame wueu oue of these philanthropic (?) towns men hus the courago to publicly state that such ...

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

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Four happy couples' in Orange celebrated Anniversary Day by uniting in the holy bonds of matrimony. This should set a good example to the ynung people of Hlay riey, whose am'iiMons in this matter at pres ent does, not npp-ai- to soar higher than flirting, gigrliii^. aud gossiping about overy ;bt»Hy oJue'* (uuino*g l»ut iheir own. Hardest - Hottis -at LtNDmJHs'f '. — ' The annual harvest home picnip at Lyndhur&t in connection with the Church of England was held oil Wednesday, aud was oue of the most successful held for years past. The attendance numbered between 4o0 and 500, ppoyin beiug present froiii all parts of tlie ?lUiricb. The Mandurama brass bund was present, and enlivened the proceedings with good in u aio. HorserHoing for bridles, etc., fuotmciug for children, aud games of all kinds were indulged iu, everyone at the close being well satisfied with the enjoyable day's outing. A social was held iu the evening, which was also successful. Tenders are...

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

MANDURAMA. TfROM 07S C0HR3SPOSEENT.T A Sm^bt CAPraiiE. — On Tuesday morn ing as Coustu/uls (Jceu.iger was standing in fruiit of his In-J^e lip. noticed n hirse and sulky in fro it of Mr. B.ejibriclt's, store. Something a'aojt the Siillcv convinced him thit he had heard of it beforo, so he walked down to exiinino it. He found that it was the one that lia.l been stolen froin Orange some t Linen go. He couiuiouced to. question the man who had charge of it how he be came -possessed of it. His explanation be'ng quite satisfactory, Constable Greuager went after the man who had sold it, and founJ him at Bla;k Hill noar Galley Swamp and at once arrested, him on a charge of stealing the horse, sulky aud harness. The man ga%he his name as T'hom.is Coopar. Constable Grenager brought his man to Ga'.Iey Swamp, from where the. co.ach was just starting for Mandurama, so lie put him, in the coach and had him conveyed to Man durama, and later on he brought him to Car coar by train. On Wednesday morn...

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

ABO0.1R MUNICIPAL COUNCIL The regular fortnightly meeting of this council was held on Tuesday evening. Present — the Mayor, Aldjrmen. Bassett, Byrnes, Mayliew, and Watson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con firmed. ? . ' ' The council resolved itself into a revision court and went through the municipal list, and after striking out tho names, of Mr. E. H. Gennys and Mr. B. Stimpson (de ceased) and enrolling the names of John Miles, E. Hallif, and A D. Glenn, it was resolved that the municipal list with alter ations as read be adopted. On tlie council rasuuiiug, tho Mayor slnts j that ho had to leave for Sydney by tho 8 p.m. train, therefore hs moved that Alderman J'yrnes t-ike tho chair, which. was secojdeJ by AlJennai Bassett and carried. Accounts amounting to £7/lS/4 were passed for payment. A letter and report from the Board of Health was received, stating that several alterations were required to 03 done with regard to three of the local dairies, (t was decided...

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

CRICKET. The Blayney cricketers jyjru^yeJ to Millthorpe on Wednesday last with a weak team, especially iu bowling, aad suffered defeat at the hinds of the Millcborpe team by 76 runs on the first innings. Following are the scores : — Blayney.— First inuiugs. H. Lamoiit, b McGoldriok ? i 1). fie Donald, c ami b Smith ? 5 0. Sultou, b diiiilh ? C C- Webb, b MuGoldrick ? 7 F.Thomas, ru,n out ? 18 A. Shakespsar, c Evans, b McGoldrick 15 G- Jackson, b McGoldriel; ? 2 G. Bowyer, b MoGoldrick ? 5 G. Blackler, b McOoldrick ? 11 liillen, St., b McGoldriok ., ., ft Whittaker, not out ... .. .. a Sundries ? .,, 7 »i Millthorpe.— First innings. Clancy, c Sliakespear, b Sutton ... 31 Collins, b Webb ? 42 Smith, c Nicholla, b Sutton ? 0 Hawke, c Lamont, b Pile ? 22 McGoldrick, b Nicholls ? 10 T. MoGoldriek, ruu out ? 4 Francis, b Pile ? ... 15 Kvaus, c Thomas, b Lamont ? 19 Donaldson, b Pile ? 0 I). Evans, b Sutton ? 3 Sams, not out ... ? .. 8 Sundries ? 13 167 Blatnet.— Second innings. G. Pile, c...

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

MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS. For the three vacant seats ia the Blayney municipal council, the folloffin^ gentlemen have been nominated : — J. ltussart, nominated by Meisrs. F. Mallcn aiidC. Ferguson. A- He wish, nominated by Messrs D. BjdtHo, R. Marsdeu, Jas. M itthaivs, and S. Stmson. 'M. Watsou, nominated bv Messrs. F. Mallou and C. Ferguson. Dr. Woodward, nominated by Mrs Lane, and Messrs. J. Glasson, J. Matthews, S. SLinson, D. Beddie, and It Mariden. G. Pile, nominated by Messrs. F. M-illoa. aud C. Eerguson. FOR AUDIT0HS.. W.. J, Barra.tt aud T. Neasmith, nrirainateil by Messrs. J. W. Black aad W; Baker. Monday, 7i,h February, will or p^liiug day for the election of aldermen.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. HOUR FOR CLOSING THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. HOUft FoR CLOgJNG; THE POLL. For the information., of returning officers conducting municipal elections, as' well q,s for ratepayers in general, we would draw their attention to the fact that iii accord ance, with the Municipalities Act of 1897, the. voting must comm.gnce at eight o'clock *« inn iaynena\jr ji.au uajUOEj at HVU OaJLUUH. is the aftkbJtoon. Particular attention is drawn to this fact, as hitherto the hour fpr closing the polling booth,' was 3 p.m. The Municipalities Act of 1,897 was assented to by the Governor ou 6th' December last. If in any municipality the doors of the polling booth aro closed at 3 instead of 5 p.m. such election would be illegal, and of course liable to be upset.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Messrs. Colemaue and Sons, Oootaniundra. Dkab Sins, — I have used the Eucalypte Extract which 1 got from you, and am now ijuito out o£ ic. Almost every possible com plaint I use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, koru throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toolhuctie, &c, etc., and 1 do not believe there is uuy disease it will not cure if persevered jiiih. In ulcerated sore throat in- intiiiincd fhroEit it is invaluable, havin' hid persiiiial- 'experience of thu fact wry recently. Where children or even adults are biidly uli'eCted I usually «ruut a kind of small tent near a fireplace, place a keillu on the tire, and when the water readies boiling poiut, I pour a quantity o£ the J^uualypte Extract into the Uettlo, and attach 11 long tube to the spout oE thu kettle, and make the steam play about the pulieut in the teut. Thesieiinowiiigtos.hu distunca it has to travel, wheu it reaches the patient is llius iii a cool form mid. is uot ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AN APOLOGIST FOR MR. W. P. CRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 January 1898

AN A.P0I,pGIST FOR Ms. W. P. ? qaiOK. ? Our attention has been called- to a letter, sigpsd ' Ejec'op,' which appeared in our -?apj*rnpprary last week. The juid.letter pte suraes to be a. rppjiy-.to^ n, paragraph, whjch, appeared, in our issue o^ the L5t&, instant in' Reference to. our contemporary having on tibit hi vu«i macca representauon ot me member of W-st ftlacquarie iu his parlia n)entarjr ppjtiur.e,, wjifjn. we. suggested, that ?oeh « ' pried/Ml! ti;oasia.re ' sjiould be. ejcr. bibited not onljr in, every shop, window in4 BI»yney,.but»)p-?,atU»elpq-i; ppst office, as* tjhe.tesideuts had npf had. thp pleasure, of seoing their member bpre since, thp last general election. ' Elector ' says (hat our coiuineiits were meant a? a 'jibe' (what cr r that in-'aas). at Mr. Crick for not Canning up and down to this electorate. W« ape qui/^e ap. well aware what the duties' of a rwprasBn^ative of a constituency are as '.'.Eleetof,' l^Qji^qoftaijijv'-wofljd not seek iniorinatipji o...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Gootamundra. DeaB Sibs, — I have 'used the Eucalypte Extract which 1 got from you, and am now .quite out of it, . Almost KVtsry possible com plaint 1 uSh it for, including burns, scuids, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, -!m., &c, and Idu not neuevB mere is any aisease 11 uniinot uui'et if persevered with. ^-ln-alcerat^d.sgRs.!.hroat or iu&ntnttd throat it is invaluable, iiaving had personal experience of the fact very recently. Wiirre children or even adults ure badly a tf acted I qsuallyerect a kind of small tent uearn fireplace, place « keule on tlie tire, and when tho water, reaches boilin» puiui, i jjuui n ijuuuiiLj ui inr; rjueaiyp'e Ex'r'act into the Kettlr, and attach *' lon^ tuliH to tiie spout of tln- kcttlrj and make the steam play about thi* palii-nt i'ii't(ji- tent. Tin- si e -in owing to the distune;1 it I'.c.s tu tniAel, when it retches the patient is thus in...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WHIT DID THE DOG SEE? [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

WH ,T DID THE DOG SEE? Iffr.' Toiir Sfi-rris |writass A covpwpondent well-kn«w« to us, 'Daily Mail ) relates fa. curious and -inexplicable iucidant in con nection with the assassination of.hisrfather, thoJateMr. VViJiiam T*-r'riss; On the night .«-f th« murder Mrs. T«rriss was sitting in the drawing room of -.-tiie cotta!»-», JJefltorri. Park,' in the iare actf»r'» home, with a pet ?log, an intelligent fox-rerr?er, called ? L-avie' after Mr. Ti-rriss's fnvourite par,t«f iieutenf ant David Kingley, 'The Harbor Liglita ' - comfortably asleep upon hsr lap. Messrs. William arid Tom Terri'ss, the sons, were also in the room. The clock marked 20 minutes past 7, when suddenly, without the slightest warning, the dog leaped from Mrs. Terriss'a lap aud dashed frantically about tbe room, yelping, snapping and showing all signs of a paroxysm of mingled rage And fear. Tha behnviour of 'Davie;l was so extraordinary that it seriously upset Mrs. Terriss for the remainder of the evening. It was exac...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OLDEST CHURCH IN THE WEST. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

THE OLDEST CHURCH IN THE WEST. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, CARCOAR. St. Paul's Church, Curcoar, forms an in jtf resting relic of the first half of the cen Jtury, nnd is the oldest church in the country fiojifp- west of liathursr. Tiie foundation hone wmj l«ri«l t-y 2iK Tiliomas Jcely, Si.L.C, at that timn the owner aud resident on the jCooiubing Park Estate. the style of (tjje church is early English, the chief feaUire being a massive tower, 50ft in hi-i^lit, which is surmounted by a steeple, tlic top of which is IOOFd. above the ground. ,The walls of the tower are 3}ft. thick, and Jjeing built bitween the «a-.-e and chancel, and supported on arches, the space beneath affords ample room for the choir and organ. The total length of the building is 78ft., tiie nave being 25ft. wide. The upper part of the tower and the steeple were finished in the year 1874, and the bell, which weighs half a ton, placed in position. The rectory is as old as the church, anrl is, with the a^iij rooms, three store...

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