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Conjuring Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

{TonjurlH^ Extraordiaary. Th*n»4s -yWe 1 VK pereiinially attrapUre gro^^up people about th« feats of, the ei-.njiirs»V j^Iore or less in most of ,tha ^iF-iirs --f life tye lij^e to some extent to ^( decei»ed. but t-» )^e fppl^d with our eyes '^yes open, Co have alj tlij# keenest senses ph ated and set^ at naughty appeals ,iuor« iitrgngly to --ui perceptions of t^o wouderful than auyiliiug wise.- And this is just how ' /' Dante th;: Grea.t ' appeals'to his audience — Wupdenneiit ' and auiazoment are the ^-UJ^Ug!» upu VUlUil.^a fnjs 1UL H/WU JiUUio a.nd a lialf a programme that U really ystartliu; in its manifold sui prises, Pante favite^ several of the audience to come upon the ita^e — and at the Palace Theatre, ^Sydney, ou Saturday there were several well-known citizens among tha committee — and then he places a man ou a raised stage, round which curtains are drawn. There is a clear space between the stage and the tin ir of the. curtain, aud the man inside is tightly hound, the rope...

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 — 22 October 1898

TOOTIl/VCItli THE new ramedy,: ; VICTOBY CUBE FOE :. TOOTHACHE AND UEOBMiGIA' curesthe worat caBs.witbin.ten dtunntea, r - - Innumerable Tostiinonials. . 'A considerable number of our custoiucrs .have already trisd the new remedy, Victory' Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, and liave in every in stance been cured.- .It is certainly « most wonderful eoaeily. and we trust it will become widely know. ? . Hugh ilouxaoMEBiE, Charles Pibtze b Joseph Cooubs, S Coombs, : Abthdr G. Coombs, Storekeepers, Marulan. The above Bemedy can be had at the Office ol his Paper. caliiiee, at work for us. New buointiss^ All meet with. wouder&il success. Anyone can do the work. You' dout need capital, or ?4) out. the same 06 none. We will start you. Ko 6pace to explain here.. But , you can makp a snug little fortune honorably aud easily. Tho employuieat is particularly adapted to the regiou in which this publi cation circulates. Boys aud girls earn near ly as much as mct-. Full particulars aud inst...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

'OPERATIONS DLSPENSSL) WITH..'. To Messrs. Coleiiianc and Sons, Cootamundra. Deab Sim, — I have used the Eucalypie Extract which I from you, and am now quite out of it. Alumst every possible com plaint ] use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, -fcc., -tc., mid 1 do not helievu there is any disease it will not cure, if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or iiiiLiiutui throat it is invaluable, hating li id personal experience of the fact tery recenlly. Where children or even udulls are badly ali'ticted I usually erect a kind of small tfent near a fireplace, place a kettle on the lire, and when the water reaches boiling point, J pour a quantity of the Euualjp'e iilxiiMct into the kettle, and attach a long tube to the spout of the kettle, and make the steam play about the patient iu the tent. Tbe steini owing to the distuncc it has to travel, when it reaches the patient is thus iu a cool form and is not enervating...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

Commercial . J. S. JgUED.-t * Co. Fat Cattle. -Ab^Ut 80 yarded. The market was ftomewliat weaker for .i| qualities. A fill of 10s per liead, chiefly on middling quality- X'cii of prime made 16-p'r l--0ib. We solif — 9 bullocks for Mr H. W A rofii age,, Ttu'bei'tie Stftiion, aver egm« £5 3-. ; 21 ci-wj to-f.'i 1™. avenging £3 17a ; 10 luiftrrd for Alr.fi. tii«eu to 1/2 17s. /-. Fat ep. '—f L' oi- nuy prime lots the demand was gpod,: mi HI'rig (X'liility aftVi s6ld: well. We sod — Ml ehon ewes fur Ihe Springfield P.istoraJ Co. at 8s 6d, 55 1-imbf, s lDic owuer, at Gs li I ; 215 ewss and wctherd for Mr. T. tj. Brnily, Warne, from 6l 103 to 8s 1 1 ; 1U0 shorn en ea and wethers for Mr. N. A. 0 »tenby and Co., Jem along, at Gs li to 6s lid'; ' !0J ewes ai;d lambs fiom Jlaryvale at 7s 4d to 9s 6 C Store Mtock -.Market weaker, owing to the con tinue 1 dry weather. We so d 50 steers and bullocks Cor Mr. Holdeo, at 39s to £3 2. H )r-cs.— Only a few yarded, and owing to the dry weather t.iey w...

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 — 22 October 1898

It is estimated that there are 62,050,000 horses in thB world, 195,150,000 cattle, and 434,500, 000«lieep. A manufacturer of potted 'delicacies', has been fined £100 in London for having ] tons of putrid liver on his promise*. A bridegroom, Mr Ohas. Leonard Hutch inson,' warehouseman at Adelaide, died 1 suddenly from heart disease while on his , honeymoon. ' ' -V ?'-,'? I I 'Major Howie, Melbourne's ~ wealthiest absentee, pockets £40,000 a year, ground rent from a Collins-street block, ;bn which he has never set eyes. There arcnow noless than 83,000 people in Victoria over 00 years of ago, 10,000 of whom -are very poor and 4000 receive relief in one form or another. The real povrer behind the throne of China is Lilu-En-Yan, who falsely represen ted himself as an eunuch and whose counsels guide the Dowager Empress. | lo w... V'j^T- J DE. :GHUR0HILti'8 St*6p of HCTSiMoBsmMfl ? or LniE is pr^cribej^ ^hj'i^oiiltyipr the :u.e »f ConsumptionrCarofaic Coiigby, Att-y3eBeral3 Debility,^ j fe...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

WiSSTiSHN PRICES. Stdnkt, Thursday night. I Kedtern— 28 trucks manifested to arrive. Chan — Furney, Dubbo, 3s; Cooinbcs, Ben Lomoud (3474), 8- 1 Id per cwt. Luccrne: Face, Wel lington, 2i 10J. Wheat. — Mr. H, R. Curler, wheat broker Syduey and Melbourne,. reports as follows October 20th : — The continued dry and hot weather it undoubtedly doing serious damage j to cropi, especially in parts, and is bringing About an increasingly serious condition of things. Word has reached me to-daj that the rain in South Australia is travelling west, but tlie ontcome of the indications has yet to be realised. A little rain has fallen in Riverina over a very , limited area. Meantime wheat has improved in Adelaide ; and shows signs of doing so again in Mel bourne, while tlie position in Sydney is quite nominal owing to the absence of business. There is really no price . to quote. All my export orders have of necessity to be transferred to the southern colony. I note the newspapers report a small adv...

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 — 22 October 1898

?? seasakm r— — jy — ^ !Tlie Xilver «j|td 1-fcB Spgolal '^Vorlc, | : : ffho Liveris a iibr*ua glangulor bodj, and its special cluty'iito remove 110x10 tie and ji- poiun«8B matter f ra* the Wood. It alto pecreta and furnishes $he bile, whifch is one I pf tht indispcnsible elements (or tbe digestion of food! 'r The jymptomrof a sound- f? liverare choerf ahieBsof mind, and perfect health fulness ?ndv&ot'of ih6 ^rhole body. 4S, One thing really may be certain— if anything be wrong with him, or her there w H just about five obancas to the hundred there oahnot.be anything eleethanliyar trouble. (7 Wftienthe liver has gon* wrong, the symptoms vary greatly jui (different persons. : Other Ik organs are extremely liable tMufftr in sympathy, and' when thii happens, many mis- K guided sufferers make the mistake of using medicines for these eflteate— instead of {p !£ applying the proper remedy at the fountain head of their sufferings that is to say— at jL' }» the Uver.'^The proper remedy...

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 — 22 October 1898

eayRen motto §ii§. _ Church of Ekglaxd. — To-morrow services will be held as follows Blayney, 11 and 7-30 ; King's Plains, 3— Rev W. K. Howell, Barry, 11 ; Moo rilda, 3 ; Newbridge, 3— Rev. J. Oayons. Pkkssyterian — To-morrow services will be con ducted as follows Blayney, 11 and 7.30 : Hob by's Yards, 3 — VTeslkyas. — To-morrow services will be held as fellows : — Carcoar, 11 ; Norton, 3 ; llajney , 7.30 r— Rev. A. S. Swift, Blayney, 11 — Mr G. Death. Neville, II j Evans' Swamp, 7.30 — Supply. Man darama, 7. 30— Mission Band. Advocate and Herald . measures; mot men.' — .o — SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 189S.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

Municipality of Blaynev. Extraordinary Vacancy. NOTICE is hereby given that a PUB- * LIC - MEETING of the Ratepayers will be held in the Town Hall, Blayney, on MONDAY, 7th November, 1898, at 1 2 o'clock, for the purpose of Nominating and Electing an AUDITOR in the room oi THOMAS NEASMITH, who has resigned. NOMINATIONS, in writing, must he delivered to the Returning-Ofiicer .sever) days at least before tbe said day of Nomina tion. Ia the event of more than one Candidate being nominated, a POLL will' talce place at the Council Chambers on FRIDAY, 1 lilt ' November, commencing at 8 o'clock a.iii., and closing at 5 p ill. JACOB RUSSART, Mayor and Returning Officer, Council Chambers, :21st Oclo'ier, 1898.

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

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Welcome rain commenced falling on Thursday evening, and the drought is now broken up. 105 points were registered at Blayney up to 9 a.m. yesterday morning, find it was still raining. Instead of special prayers being offered for rain in all the churches to-morrow, Christians should hold earnest Thanksgiving services for the bless intra /if llao Ddiri in tliia Iimir s\f »-» aa ^ : W^rl _ nesday last was the record, as far as heat goes, for the month of October. The tem perature at the Sydney Observatory was 69*7. Nothing like it has been known be fore. The previous record was 98'ldeg. in October, 1807. The *' Three Castles ' Cigarettes are to be found In all clubs, hotel?, and may be obtained from all tobacconists. lie careful to ask for ' Three Castles.' The brand is sqfQoieqt guarantee of their genuine ness. The annual meeting of the Blayney A. p.ni P. Association will be held in the Council Chambers ea Wednesday afternoon n^xt., at 3.30. Business — to receive th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Caulfield Cup Fatality. ONE JOCKEY KILLED AND SEVERAL INJURED. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

The Caulfield Cup Fatality. ONE JOCKEY KILLED AND. SEVERAL INJURED. Melbourne, Sunday. lb* dreadful accident which occurred m the Caulfield Cup yesterday, and which coBt the Syd ney jockey, J. Flanagan, his life, aad robbed the race of muoh interest, occurred right opposite the members' stand, and, therefore, about 20 yards after passing the judge's box. How it was caused id purely a - -matter of conjecture, but Aston fell first, and Reka went over him ; then came down in quick snccession Majestic, Bebin Hood, Mischief, oupciu, kuu 4.UB jMuucvier, vrnvn toe otners um cleared off ea their journey the fallen and smashed jockeys presented a sickening eight. They were quiokly removed to the casuality-room, whea it w*s found that yonng Flanagan, who had ridden his father's horse, Robin Hoed, was dreadfully injured; His head wee smashed ir, causing lacera tion of the brain, and his body had been galloped on.. Drs. Fitzgerald and Joske were, in attendance, and they at' once prouoancsd.Flan...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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RAILWAY TIMETABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

AVLWAT TIME-TAB L E ' DOsfX J&'S. 1 Btatiom. ? J Pasa. | ffiatl. L- ' ' K.IU. jj.lll r— SsiJncy ... ... ... Dep 10 15 8 0 ' '8 Homebmb... ... ... ... 18 Granville ... ? ... ... 14 Parramotta.. ? ? ? 8 2* S® Blocktowri ? ? 36 K6o'y fl II ? 28 St. Mary's ? ... ? Si Pmrrthj; ... '' ? Arr. 11 2S 9 6 „ ... ? Djp. 11 30 9 6 SG Eoju'PIu'ijb ? 11 8S 0 10a 89 LooaFTilld ... ... ... ... * 49 Olenbrook ? ? 11 60 42 Olaxlauu ... ? 11 57 a 45 Karabar ... ... ... o - p tn. 48 The Valley ? 18 5a ... 48 8pringwood ... ? 12 16 fttuwoDoriage ? .- ... ia £aa ... 42 Numantia ? ' a 68 Linden ? 12 Si 84 'Woodford ? ? 12 45a 6S Haielbrook ? a &8 Lawio B ? 1 4 10 30 -2 Wsntwcr li Falls ? 1 20 48 Kotooiufca ? 1 8S 11 6 70 Med'ow ? « 7S: BlackLea-h ? ? ? 2 1189 W Mount Tiotoria ... J ^ 2 SO 11 61a 81 Hartley Tale ? 2 39a 12 la m 83 Ball ... ? 2 46 12 8 88. Oiarenee S ding ? 8 2 12 24 92 Zijj Z g ? 3 15 12 37 95 Esk Bnk ? 3 28 12 £0 96 Lithgow ? S 31 12 64 97 Beirenfels ? 3 31 12 68a 101 Marra...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

BLAY1Y iipi — AND — I PUBLISHED EVERY SAT II BO AY MORNING And Circulates extensively through the fol lowing Towns — Blayney Carcoar* Bathurst Canowindra Cowra - Grenfell Millthorpe Orange Mandurama Newbridge Goulburo Brown's Greek bpriug Uill Lithgow Mount Maoquaris Lucknow Xuena Zoung Sydney ...... .Newcastle Wollongong Condoholiu Forbes Parkes llolong Forest Beefs Duabo Files of the Blayney Advocate can always be 6een at the principal Sohools of Arts and Mecbauics Institutes throughout the whole o the Australian Colonies, and at the Offioes of the various Agents. - PLAIN AND JO UNA MENTAL JO B PR I Ml IH a, IN EVERY YAXIETY AND STfJJi. Business A uuounccmcuts, Hand-bills, :? FOS-TIK#-Br35l7Sf^^'^ Bill-heads on Plain or Bided Paper , LADIES AND GE li-EM£i\IS» VISITING CARDS BALL, CONCERT' AND OTHER PROGRAMMES AGENTS —Messrs Gordon & Gotch, Sydney, Melbourne, and London ; Messrs Clarke, Sou' and Piatt, 85, Gracechurch-streefc, London ; Messrs C. Mitche 1 and Co., 12 &am...

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 — 22 October 1898

BLAYHEY POST OFFICE. ABRlTil OF MAILS. ?Daily (aubdaya excepted) from Sydney, Batburet, dranville, Gjulburn, Harden, Gircoar, Mandur ama, Ljndhuref, W^oistook, Garland, Cowra, B own's Creek, T.P.O. No. 2 West, T.P.O. No 2- South, Oiton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, anl King's Plains on Tuesdays, Thursday', and Saturdays. Frjm Greghumttjwn and V. ttorii on W»d uejdaye . atd Saturdays. DEPABTUEB OF M4IL8. Daily (Sundajs exc p-d) to, Sydney, Ba hust, Goulburo, HarJen, 'Gribville, Carcoar, Min durama, Lyndhurat, '' Woo Jet jok, Girli d, Conra. Broirn's Creek, Ortin Park, T.P.O. No. 2 Wear, T.P.O. N«. 2 3o th. To Norton, Wcvile, Shaw, Barr.i, and King's Plainf on ^Tueedaja, ihi-rsdiiy-, and Saturdays. JLo uregtiam&tywn ana vitloiia on Wean tdjys and Saturdays.' Pesmt Postage . The rate ot postage, under the conditions of the :A«I, on letters posted in the distriot from and to any of the following post offices is Id Barry, Blayney, Brown's -Creek, Burnt Yards, Cadia: Ca...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

BLAYNEY-H ARDEN LINE. , ; ?' 1 up. ''V' y ? . ; . a.m. - . . — Blayney:J,. , ,..Dfip. 4 55 i- .3 55 19 Carooar..;. ... ... 5 45 10 $6 17 tlandurama ... '... 6 5 10 4y 19 Lyudliurst ;.. ... 6 22 11 1 22 Garland... .... ... a a 27 Swan Ponds ? ? a a BO WaDgaola ? a a 85 Woodetopk ... ... 7 27 11 50 43 Holmwood ... ... 7 55 12 12a.ni. 48 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 p.m. ^ „ ... ...Dep 8 50 12 4.0 56 Wattamadarra ... a ... 64 Koorawatba ; ? j 4 43 1 80 66 Orpwther ... ... a 74 Bendick Morrel ... a 80 Moiiteaglo ? a 90 Eurrapgopg ? a ... V2 Young „. ...Arr. 6 26 2 60 .„ . . ...Dep. 61 56 8 0 103 Eiugevale .... ... a ... 110 l)emoiidriIle ... j8 10 3 60 111 MurrumburraL ... a. a 118. Barden .... .,.Afr. 8^0 4 6 :i)UW-N. : ' ? ; a.m. . p.m. — H«rdon ... ...Dep.l t- 20 .9 10 2 MurrumburraH ... ' a, ' . a 8* Demoadrillo .... 6 48 ' 9 80 1 id- fiihgBTala ... ... a ' L ' a 21 ;Young ... ...Arr !7 51 10 20 ' ,, . ... .. Dep. 8 6 10 26 28 Burrangong ... ... a' a 83 Monteagla ... ... a a 89 Bendick M...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

Raising Heavy Logs. GREAT STRENGTH OF A NEW SOUTH WELSHMAN. The railing, unaided, of h*'avy logs requires a good deal of mnseular strength, and only a fe*r would attempt the task. Mr. Denis Walsh, of Wintcrbourne, uear Walcha, N.S. W., has not only attempted, but has susctfeded in performing almost incredible feats. It is interesting to notiae ihe meaas by which he obtained the considerable strength required to do this. Chatting away to a n -h. ml... J... i ? ? . . Q.W... 1, —J, au interesting reeital of portioa of his life. ' Once,' said he, ' I was the very reverse of strong. In fact, I was often in the greatest agony, being afflic ted with Briglit's disease in au acute form. I first felt the pain after being thrown from a horse, and I was then laid up for eight months. I tried almost everything without receiviug any benefit. I could not hold myself upright. - I saw different doctors. On* told me that my . spine had been in jured, and that I should have to undergo an opera 1 ' 'is...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Divorce Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

Divorce Court. At the Bathurst Circuit Court on Wednes -day,— before. Mr. Justice .O'Connor, the following case in Divorce was heard : — Mansbll v. Mansill. Marion Mansell sued for a divorce from Alfred Eugene Lea Mansell, on the grounds of habitual drunkenness and cruelty. Mr. E. L. M. Innes appeared for petitioner; there was no appearance of respondent and he was not represented. Marion Mansell deposed that she was married to Alfred Eugene Lee Mansell, a compositor, at Bathurst, on October 13th, 1888, and had lived peacefully with him up to 1890, at Blayney ; in that year he began to drink heavily and used to call her bad names and illtreat her ; he came home drunk on an average of twice a week and threatened to choke her ; she left him in 1893 and went home to her mother in B-uhurst, but, as he promised to give up drinking she went back to him after a couple of days ; he took to drinking again and. cairied on his cruelty as before, often pulling her nose and hair and repeatedly t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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That Cricket Match. To the Editor of the Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

That Cricket match. To the Editor of th t Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald. Sir,— Re the cricket match at King's Plains on Saturda/ last. As I was informed the ' West Macqjnrie' was represented there, may I venture to contribute a flashlight of the very interesting game to your journal. Tlie match was spoken of as one between King's Plains school boys and the Rev. Mr, Howell's Bible class boys, aud Mr. Howell did not intend to take an active part unless his equal played MniiiuujjBiiuiua, am lb wub e&peoteu 10 . oe a match, youths v. youths. But, lo and behold, when we arrived, what met our view I Eleven or twelve stalwart men, with brawny hands anil faces of hue. Their physique reminded one of a des cription given of the picked regimeilt of the Egyp tian army. They were, it was asserted, night Bchool boyt, or better known as tha Towngabbies. Never theless, the Blayney boys, with the instinct and courage, which characterises tbe British soldier, determined to make an attac...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Hare Drive at Neville. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

Hare Drive fit Neville. . A very enjoyable day was spent on Satur day last at a hare drive, which was. pro moted by -Mr. W. M'jneur. The number of shooters were 18 r.nd about 24 drivers. A start was made from Shaw Hill, on the Blayney road, the party going through most of the principal paddocks from thence to Mr. Meneer's residence, whore a most sumDtuous dinner had hoan nranarar] fnr t-.hn sportsmen, which reflected great credit on Mr. Meneer's family. After both mail and horse had been refreshed, another'start was made, and at the conclusion of the day's drive it was found that 176 of the pests were destroyed. The following are the scores; — W. Dolbell, 21 ; J. Stinson, 18; Pi Hatch, 15 ; A. Cock, 14 ; S. Beddie, 13 ; R. Browning, 11 ; W. Woods and D. Waters, 10 each ; T. Green and F. Williams 9 each ; T. Baker, 8 ; F. Chaw, E. Chandler W. Mann, and B. Newell, 6 each ; R. Pettitt, 5 ; T. Hetherington, 4 ; L. Mend ham, 3; sundries, 2. Total, 176.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

Slandurama. [FBOM-'bDB ' jCOBBESPONDBNI.] I Tlie Great Western Mills at Carcoar will have another stoppage for about a fortnight, as the new boiler, which has only been in use for five.'years,. lias been discovered to be leaking. At 'first: there ? was not much notice taken bf.it, Sut it has 110 -v.. increased to such' an. extent that Mr. Short has de cided to have a new boiler. This delay will cause a great loss to Mr- Short, who has 1 ? ' ? _t_: ? i.L. _:ti _ : _u -. ? i j ? ? 1 uecu wuitiiug uio iuui iitgutf uuu uaj m order to get ahead of the large amount of orders continually coming iu. Mr. Marks, a member of the firm of Hoffnung and Co. and one of the directors of the Gallymont Mining Company, left here by mail train on Wednesday for Syd ney. Mr. Lyons, the chief director of the Junction mine, has been on a visit to the claim. Our tennis club has been having a com paratively easy time of it lately, but now that Miss Macdermott, the secretary, has reeovered from her illness it ...

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