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

CRICKET. The team of Bible class boys under the Rev. W. K. Howell played the King's Plains men at the latter place on Saturday last, and were defeated by two wickets. The scores were : — Blayney. — First innin{«. L. Clinch, b Hudsoa ... ... .. 0 F. Coopsr, c Hancock, b Russell . . 3 H. Marsh, fe Russejl ? 7 r. l'aul, l- iiudsen ? 0 E. Mellor, c Payna, b Hudson .. 0 J. Bromfield, 0 Hancock, b Hudson... 10 W. Boon, b Russell ? 0 A. Boon, b Russell ? 3 B. Wickens, bBussdl,. 0 W Joues, set oat ? 0 W. K. Howell, c Payne, b Huistll ... 7 30 King's Plains. — First innings. Hancock, c Gooper, b Clinch ? 10 R. Death, b Marsh ... .. 1 J. Gardiner, c and b Bromfield ... ' 11 L. Cameron, c Boon, b Bromfield .. 0 F. Payne, b Clinch ? 0 H. Russell, b Marmh ? 15 I). Hudson, b Cooper ... ... .. 2 E. Bullock, run out ... ... ... 0 E Hancock, run. out .. ... .. 0 R. Garlick, b Mellor . . ? 0 A.' Hancock, not out ? 0 44 Blayney. — Second innings. F. Paul, b Russell .. ... ... 51 IT. Cooper, o Hancock,...

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

OPINION. Re Blayney Municipal Council. — Auditor and Town Clerk. 1. The auditor must hold offioe until the first Tuesday in February in e'aoli and every year. His having completed the usual two half-yearly audits does not affect the time or duration of hit aulitor ship, he having been elected by the ratepayers to serve as au itor up to the first Tuesday in February. See sections 105 to 108. 2. The auditor cannot now resign his j position without incurring the risk of penalty of £25.-; See ranfln.. A Q 4 (. . . 1.T ? ? ? ? resigning shall be liible to a penalty of £23 unless he is entitled to claim exemption from such fine under any provision herein contained.' If such penalty were enforced the amount of fine would go into the Corporation funds and not to the informant. See sections 231 and 255. Mr. Neasmith, if he wished to occupy the position of acting town clerk, would have to resign hij position as auditor (and run the risk of penalty referred to). See sub-section A, section 33. ...

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

Blayney Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting of the council was held on Wednesday evening. JVessnt— ^the Mayor, Aldertnen Clark, Glasson, Hetnsley, Hewish, Marsh, Pile, Stinsou, and Wood- 1 ward. | The rqinutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ? I The Mayor explained his reason for calling the special meeting, which waa in canseauence of receiving a letter from Mr. Thompson, solicitor, in reference to th* acting council clerk, Mr. T. Neasmith. .The oouncil had decided at its last meeting to get Mr. Thompson's opinion am to whether Mr. Neasmith could legally act as council olerk whilst h tiding t!i» position as one of their auditors. Hn wished now to place before tlie council for th'*ir conxidcration the opinion of Mr. Thompson bearing upon the question. 'fl|e a,sked Mr. Neasmith to rpq.il the coiTeipondenc* in reference to the matter, which wn.i a t folio. v» : — Blayney, litli Octobcr, 1898 '' Dear Sir, -il wish you to. give uie. your advice on the ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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He Meant Pall-Bearer. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

He Meant Pall- Bearer. A Frenchman went up to a Londoner aud said to him : ' What does a Polar bear do ?' The Londoner answered : . 1 What does a Polar bear do ? Why, he sits 'on the ice.' 'Sits on Z'ie ice V ' lies, said the h -naoner, ' there is noth ing else to sit on.' ' Veil, vat he do, too V ' What does he also do 1 Why, he eats fish.' ' Eats iish — sits on zee ice and eats fish ? Then I not accept.' ' Why, what do you mean ? You don't accept ? W hat do you mean V - \ 'Oh, non, non, I does not accept. l| was in\ile to be a Polar bear to a funer.il !

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19. (Before Mr. H. Byrnes, District Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

Warden's Court. Wednesday, October 19. (Before Mr. S. Byrnes, District Warden.) — wooa v. Ci. lMvis ; trespass. Mr. Levy (Sydney) appeared for' 'the defendant Before going into the merits of th* case, Mr. Levy took a preliminary objection on the ground that some months ago complain ant proceeded against a m'in named Collins fer similar trespass, when the warden dis U41»»»u VUO w*«o wuu costs. IN OW, tlie complainant was proceeding against: Davis. Tbe ouly difference in the c ist- being that he was now suing Davis insteid of Collins. He would ask the Warden to dismiss the case with costs. The complainant stated that he considered it a different case, and he was actiu** under the advice of his legal advisers. ° The Warden upheld the objection raised by Mr. Levy, and dismissed the case with £5/5 costs. | — Wood applied for suspension of labour on a mine at King s Plains for six months. The application was granted. Jfr A. Patterson, for whom Ml'. Shorter (Orange) appeared, had an applic...

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

Mysterious Pfs appearances.! Froiq time to tiui£ the newspapers have chronicled cases of strange and unaccount able disappearances) and in mmy instances not a single clue has been found as to, the whereabouts of tbe individuals or the cause of their'* disappearance. It may. appear very strange to those ' concerned how -that ' elusive quality called good healtli will some times' .completely disappear without any i .apparent reason. When your health dis-; appear*; you need tfile tieans tor .Bilious ness, and with regard to this great remedy Mr. Frederick -Marks, of Park ltoad,: Syd-' ney, speaks as follows : — ' I suffered severely from bilious attacks, which gradually be came more frequent; until at last I came to ' expect au attack every three days: — and I always get it. Sometimes the biliousness became so bad that when 1 was at work in the office I would be unable to read my correspondence and papers correctly, for the lines would dance and quiver before me until the letters seeme...

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

lie Gave it Up. Judgo Hawkens once received a regular floorer. A stupid witness was before him who could not be induced to give his evi dence in a legal manner, so the J udge look him in hand. This scene then took place : Counsel : ' You saw the man. What did he say 1' AVitness : ' He said that he stole the P'g- The Judge : 'No, no! He said nothing of the sort. Tell us the exact words he used.' AA'itness : ' They are the words lie used, my lord.' Judge: ' I think presently I will be able to penetrate even the density of your stupidity. Did he speak in the first person or the third person V AVitness : ' There was no third person present, my lord.' Judge (savagely) : ' Listen, now, my man. Didn't he say : ' 1 stole the pig'?' AVitness : ' No, my lord ; he said be stole it. Your lordship i? thinking of a different case altogether. He said nothing about your lordihip having sto'en the pig, and we were the only two people present.' The Judge felt for the black cap.

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 22 October 1898

Wedding Bells. A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Church of England, Lyndhurst, on Wednes- day, when Miss Elizabeth Emms, daughter           of Mr. Andrew Emms, of Lyndhurst, and   Mr. Robert J. Rowlands, son of Mr. Geo. Rowlands, of ' Rockville,' Maudurama,                 were united in the holy bonds of matrimony.   The ceremony was performed by Canon Sheddon. The bride, who was given away   by her father, looked charming in a dress of cream silk lustre, with wreath and fall. The bridesmaids were Miss Emms, Miss Reed (Blayney), and Miss McAuliffe, and were dressed in cream shower of hail muslin. Mr. Fred. Rowlands was best man. The ceremony took place at 2 p.m., after which about 30 friends sat down to the wedding   breakfast. The party then drove to Rock- vi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Blood is the Life. LEV, xvii, 13, 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

Tbe Blood is the Life. lev., xvii., 13, 14. As all diseases arise from impurities of the blood, it is needles? to impress the | public with the necessity, ' Jf you desire health,' of keeping the blood pure, and iu a healthy state. To accomplish this it is necessary, once in a while, to cleanse the system of the many impurities which gather in the blood. The simplest way to do this | is to avail yourself of a mild and healthful i medicine which, taken once iu a while, will purify the blood, and keep the system toned up. Such a medicine is placed before you in Doctor Morse's Indian Hoot Pills, manu factured from plants and roots which grow around the mountainous cliffs in Nature's garden, for the health and recovery of diseased man. One of the roots from which these Pills are made is 4 Sudorific, which opens the pores of the skin, and assists Nature in throwing out the fhi3r parts of the corruption within. The second is a plant which is an Expectorant that opens and unclogs the passag...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Now Up aud Now Down. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

Now Up aud Now Down. Notice the sl-uier column o£ mercury in your illennnuKter. To day it is longer than it whs yc6tirJn)'; tomorrow it iaa/ ba Icnger', still, or much s loi ter ; you can't tell in advance. So it lur es with the amount o£ heat in tlie atmosphere. Very good ; but we s.1) knew that before, you say. Tuke note of auother measuring instrument, then one that you carry about whithersoever you no. We often bear one person say oi another, ?'His spirits are very mercurial,' ? meaning thai they rise or fall under s ight influences. But others have protracted peiioits cf depression of spirits, sometimes threatening permanent melancholia, in fact, instances o£ this kiud are getting, to be alar mingly common, iinil any suggestions as to the cause and the remedy mast be welcome to society at large. Speaking of a recent illness of her own, Mrs. Hagar Percival says the doctor pronouueed her ailment to be ' nervous iebility.' X'ne phrase is familiar and expressive, and the doctor use...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

A Lady's Biliousness, De bility, and Headaches Cured. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS SUCCEED WHBRE OTHERS FAIL. Biliousness incaus headaches, irritablo temper, sleeplessness, costiveneSs, giddiness, yellow nom plexion, and dsbility ; Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have curcd thousands of such eases. Here is one : — A reporter, having seen letters from Mrs. Bennett, relating to her remarkable cure from biliousness, indigestion, and general debility, waited on her, at her residence, at Welherill Park, near Fairfield, N.S. W., to obtain an accouut of her case. Mr. and Mrs Bennett are orchard iets and arc the proprietors of one of the most fruitful and well-ordered orchards in that district. The late sufferer, now a picture of robust country health, williugly abandoned her occupation of picking mulberries to give the following to a re porter : — ' For twelve years,' ehe said,); *'IJ suffered terribly from general debility. I cannot tell ysu how ill I Was, I felt so miserably low and depressed in sp...

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The Sacrifice of Life. FROM MISSIONS AND— HORSE RACING. A STRONG SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

The Sacrifice of i«ifc. FROM MISSIONS ANB— HORSE RACING. A STRONG SERMON. At Singleton on Sunday night Mrs. Harrison Lee concluded her five days' temperance mission at that place by preaching to a very large congregation in the Wesleyan Church. In tbe course of her re marks, aha vigorously defended the attacks made from time to time by the press upon the departure of missionaries to China and other places. The year that several missionaries, some of whom be longed to Australia, were lulled in China, there was a great outcry protesting against this sacrifice of human blood. But that year no less than 18 joakeys lost their lives on racecourses on -this small island continent, jtegarning mat immense eacrmce lor sport, there was not a murmur from the same source, which shrieked about missionaries being sent from our shores to take up the work of rel gion amongst the Chinese. Personally, she said, she would rather a thousand timet perish at the hands of a fanatical hea;hen than die on a ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The First Gold Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

the First Gold liiscurerjr. Great as Ui« work done for Australia by lifT intrepid explorers cert.iitily was, some thing c'sv was needed to secure ihe requisite pupulutmn k «l ii«T«iop tlie new country in » proper manner. Th«t urgent need' was fiilail by the great gold d.scovt-ry, concerning which by the way, accounts are somewhat conflicting. One version is that gold was first (iKc ivered in New South Wales by j$dinuud Ef.iimuomi Hai greaves late in 1848, 4-ut the discovery diu not break out m lull force until iearly in 1850. Mr. Hargreaves i Jeft N ew South Wales in 1818 (or Califor- i nia, fully equipped in search for gold. He wis not) there long when be noted the same indications existed in New South Wales as in California, so he quickly returned and proceeded to Buthurst, and from there to Lewis Ponds, where he constructed a com jnon cradle and discovered gold. He brought a few ounces to the Government, which paused great excitement at tb« time. In the meantime the young Toms, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

PER BOX SlHBjL PER BOX BILIOUSNESS Municipality of Blaynev. Extraordinary Vacancy. NOTICE is hereby given that a PUB- 1 LIC MEETING of the Ratepayers will be held in tlie Town Hall, Blayney, ou MONDAY, 7th November, 1898, at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of Nominating and Electing an AUDITOR in the room of THOMAS NEASMITH, who has resigned. NOMINATIONS, in writing, must be delivered to the Returning-Officer seven days at least before the said day of Nomina tion. In the event of more than one Candidate being nominated, a POLL will take place at the Council Chambers on FRIDAY, 11th November, commencing at 8 o'clock a.m , and closing at 5 p.m. JACOB RUSSART, Mayor and Returning Officer. Council Chambers, 21st October, 1898. Municipality of Blayney. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for the CON STRUCTION of a WOODEN CROSSING opposite Mr R. A. Marsden's Entrance Gate, ou the Blayney-Carcoar Road. Tenders to be in the bauds of the Acting Council Clerk by WEDNESDAY, 9th Novembor, 1898. Pull parti...

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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

Commercial. J. 8. Lxkna A Co. J Fat Gaitfe — lfl yariei. -Tlje Attendee was food. tje supply was large the market eld well at last weet'd piicea,.pio jug tipe at a tine pf from 5s to 10s p^r-beid. iS'e soli — 32 cows for Dunbar 1$ q*. to £^16v averaging £4; 14 Itullorks ioj Jfr H Hui'Vtf Cargo, to IA IJ'g . steers for Mr. Jams' Hijgi'is, '3udal,io lis; 2 -cows, }o a* owisera at 16*. ; - ' Pit f-heep.— -Mirk'!. firm;'piin)e scarce. ..We pold — 170 wjtbcri (jr. Messrs. Wijitujce Qfos. at 0 1 to 8i Id ; 301 ivethjrs for Mr. W. T.Uosie at7». ???... 'Store St'ck— Market .firm. We direct special attention to our s tie of 40QU 4-tooth withers from Nirromiae, Wanaaring. tjorsef.— A large Dumber juried, the demmd })ein^ brisk fqr any good sorts for draught or s 'ddle. |Ve sold ,40 head for Messrs. Grant and others, prices ra iding from £2 10i to L6 for unbroken light hoises aad up to £10 for medium and light jiarness hordes. Prange, October 24.

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Blayney A. & P. Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

Blayney A. & P.. Association. ? ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of tlie Blayney A. and P. Association was held in the Council * Chambers on Wednesday afternoon. There were prosent — Messrs. J. Russart (in the chair), J. Glasson, P. M. Rossiter, G Pile, Tlios. Walkom, Jas. Matthews, R. Stinson, G. Death, F. Thomas, T. R. Williams, L. Johnson, C. Renau#, A. Groening, and the Secretary (H. Woolley.) Apologies were sent by Messrs. H. Piggott and C. R. Barry. The minutes ef the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary then read the annual re pert, which was as follows : — Annual Kepobt' of the Blayney A. and P. Association foe the yeae 1S97-8. Gentlemen, — Your Committee have again much pleasure in submitting the anuual report for' the past year. The annual Show was held on the 17 tU and 18lh Mircli last, ami pasiad off successfully. Many of ilia Sections, especially livestock, were well filled, some of tho judges spanking highly of tlie exhibits. The Department...

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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

VVESTEH^ PRICES- | Sidney, Thursday night. Kvtuern. — Fairly gooil supply offered, 31 truck', f.itatoes ; L uiiiiM'l, luraiM, 9d 2d. Birluy : ji ack uinl S'us, Mulong, passed. Chaff : Bashum, ^l-riug Hill ; Muck ami ^.ijsUn, Narromine 3s 3d. . jfay : T. 'l'onle, Tarana, passed ; l'ratley. Blayney, 4 j ami 3 - 41. O its : Lambirt, Tirana, '3s 3V I. !v' Wheat. — Mr. H. R. Carter, wheatbroknr j! pydney a.d Melbourne, reports as follows, jf: Ocq .er 27 tii : — Wheat is in a very curious (j; ; -viid unsatisfactory position in all the 'r polonies alike. In Sydney it is worth from £/4 for average up to 3/6' for very prime, buj there is hardly anv business transpiring in the abience of supplies, .which would sell freely if availably ? In Melbourne 3/6 is paid ex store for average quality, offerings also being exceeding'y light. In Adelaide values are much the same, but new grain is about to come on that market. Early crops will also be available in Victoria and N.S.W. jn a few weeks lime, b...

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Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

Blayiiey municipal Council. Tlie rSgular ' fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday evening. Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Glasson, Marsh, Pile, and Woodward The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The following correspondence was read : — From the Treasury, stating that the sum of £44/15/5 had been placed in the Bank to the council's credit. Received. — From the municipal council of Inverell, asking the council to co-operate in assisting to get a motion, having- reference to tyres on vehicles passed by'the Municipal Conference recently, passed into Jaw. Received, and decided to allow matter to stand over until further particulars were obtained in reference to matter.— From Mr. W. G. Mellor, secretary to Marsden Lodge, I.O.G.T., Blayney, asking permission to erect a fence around the Good Templar's Hall, and enclosing fee of 2/6. Received and request granted. REPORTS. A report from the inspector of dairies was read and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

' W-° ^ ^ * - ?; Manufactured oi])y by Tlicmae Holloway, 78, Now Oxford St., late 538. Oxford St., ondon ttsr Purchaser* should look to the Label on the Pots aad Boxes. s / If the addreti in apt 638, OXTOBP STREET, L0HD0N, they are spurious.} ?OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Mestrt. Cole mane and Sons, Cootamundra. Dear Slits, — I have used the Eucalypte Extract which I got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost every possible com plaint I use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, -fcc., -fcc., and I do not believe there is auy disease it will not cure if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or inflamed throat it is invaluable, having had personal cxperi«nce of the fact veryi recently. Where children or even adults are| badly affected I usually erect a kind of small tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on the fire, and when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quautity of the Euaalypte Extract into the ...

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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

©Ja&SRSJg ?RDOTOSIig. I Chitech of England. — To morrow services will be held as follows : — Blayney, 11 ond 7-30 ; King's plains, 3 — Rev . \V. K. Howell. Newbridge, 7-30 — Re*. J. Onyons. VkksbttilRIas. — To-morrow services will ba con ducted ai follows : — Blayney, 11 aud 7.30; Mill therpe, 3— Wesleyak. — To-morrow ser-'ices will be held as follows : — Blayney, 11 : Neville, 3 ; Mandurama, 7.30— Rev. A. S. Swift. Newbridge, 3 ; Blayney, 7.30 — Sapply. Norton, 3 — Captain H. Cock Galley Swamp, 7.33— Mr G. Chappell. Catholic Ciiduch (Parish of C ircoar). First Sunday — Carcoar, 8.80 a.m. Bluyney, 11 p.m. and 7.3i p.'i*. Second Sue lay— Blayney, 8. 3D a.m. Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. TnirJ Sunday —Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.. Blayney, lla.m Fourth Sund.iy— Vittoria, 11 a.m. Blayney, 7-30 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when ocJurring) — Neville, 11 ft.ni. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. The Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th Jane, 1897. 4 dvQcate and Herald. measures; not men.' — o — SATURDAY, OCTOBER...

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