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

Mandurama. Tfbom obb correspondent.] It is expected tbe Mandurama races, to be held on Boxing Day, will be a great success. Already there are a number of local horses in training, doing their gallops on the course every morning. Shearing will commence on Monday next at Mr. John Pagan's estate, Sunny. Ridge. It is expected to turn out well. The late rains have had a most beneficial effect on the crops and grass, as ' well as filling the nearly empty tanks foi domestic purposes. Still a lot of rain is yet required. Miss Macde.rmott, of the Publio School, has received a letter from the Department notifying her removal to another school, at the same time stating it is a promotion. This has come as a great surprise lo the townspeople and the children attending the school, who had become greatly attached to her, and she was bringing them on so well. During Miss Macdermott's residence here she has endeared herself to the residents by her many acts of kindness and her amiability. It was als...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Prince of Wales' Income. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

Tlie Prince of Wales1 Iucouie. Since 1863 the Prince of Wales has drawn £40,000 a year from the consolidated fund. The largest source of tbe Prince's incolne, however, are the revenues of the Duchy, of Cornwall. This property, which was first granted to the Black Prince, eldest sou of Edward III., in 1337, on the understanding that in default of male issue the revenues should revert to the sovereign, was only worth in the time of William iH. j£9000, sinking as low as £2000 in the reign of Queen Anne. Under the wise management of the Prince Consort, the duchy so prosper ed that the accumulations of the Prince's minority amounted ;to £601,721, or, aceor ding to Sir Chas. Dillte, ' £743,000. Out of this sum £220,000 was laid oht'in the pur chase of Sandringhaui, an estate of 8079 acres, since increased to 8911, and the bal ance in re-building. The income of the Duchy of Cornwall was last year £57, 733 14s 6d, in addition to £16,216, ail annual sum paid by the conntry as a compensation ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. There is lp class of cigarette to equal and none to excel tbe ' Three Castles,' which are pleasantly fturamatie and absolutely pure. Which largely accounts for their great and increasing consumption. It his been notified in the 'Gazette'' that Messrs. George Pole, William Chambers, and James Matthews have been appointed trustees of the Church of England portion pf the Blayney cemetery (in lieu of Messrs. . J*. btacey, resigned, and R. Glasson and M. B. Gillkrest, deceased). We presume it should be Mr. George Pile, and not Pole, as there is no parson of that name residing in \ t-he locality. ; ' , ♦. * * Tenders for road work are advertised in f,his issue, also tenders fur a timber crossing at Mr. 1.1 Marsden's gate, on the Blayney I p ircoar road. ] . A special sitting of the Supreme Court * r ?.» „ was opened at Brisbane on Mondiy, before . ^he 'Chief for the trial of the ex ! x_ j. fi i rectors of the Queensland National Biu'.t. j ? [ Great public interest was ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Young Men's Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

Young Men's Debating Society. The usual weekly meeting of the Young Men's Debating Society was held in the Wesleyan School Hall on Monday evening, the President (Iter. A. S Swift) presiding. The evening took the form of a harmony night, and there wat a good attendance, in cluding many ladies. However, the ' har mony ' had not proceeded far when the leader of the Opposition (Mr. D. Reed) moved a vote of censure on the Government for not having a programme of music, etc , drawn up for the evening. After diseussion the motion was carried on the casting vote of the chairman. After this a pleasing ; programme was carried out by members, including songs by Messrs. H. Cock, C. . Brodie, and D. Heed, ? and short' speeches ! and recitations by Messrs. W. Mellor, W. I Cock, D. Reed, and D. Morgan. 1 n consequcnce of the motion of censure J being carried, Mr. D. Reed was appointed Premier and has formed a Ministry. On Monday ni'ht next the Government will take up the debate — ' That popularity...

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

T-Iic Hissing Link. ' Darwin says the monkey was the first to walk and talk,'' and while many persons believe in the theory, there has been great difficulty iu finding the missing link between the man of the present day and the monkey. Tbe missing , link between sickness and health has, however, been - discovered in. Bile fieans for Biliousness, and the great worth of this remedy is very capitally illustrated in the case of Mrs. Jane Colman,- 01. oeaui.oru-si.reBr, naunuon, newcasue, who said to a reporter : ' For 13 years I was in a delicate state of health, my earliest symptoms being violent retching aud pains in the head ; these were shortly followed by a complete loss of appetite and restless nights. I had several of the best doctors, in Newcastle in attendance on me from time to time, and tried all kinds of patent medicines but I could get no real relief. It seemed, too, that what little I could eat 1 could not digest. Dreadful pains would now and again come iu my back and kidn...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blayney School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

Blayney Scliool of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. The postponed annual meeting' of the Blayney School of Arts was held in the Reading Room on ' Thursday evening. Tnere were present — Dr. Woodward (in the chair), aud Messrs P. Al. Rossiter, — Neal, T. Jones, H. O.iver, \V. M. i'ibbs, C. li. Barry, O. Davison, G. Pile, aud the Secre tary (W. G. Medlor). The isectetary read the report, which showed that the School of Arts was opened on 1st March, 1898, ha\ing been closed since 1894. 5C new books of the most pop ular authors have beeu added to the library. From 1st 'March to 1st October, 760 books have been borrowed from the library, classi fied as follows : —Fiction, 713 ; philosophy, science, aud art, 8 ; biography and history, 13; voyages aud travels, 20; miscellaneous, 6. The b.ilance to the credit of the institu tion is £3/13/19 ; ihe receipts being £22/3, aud the expenditure £1S 'J» 3d. Tne report Was adopted. The election of officers then took place for the ensuing twelve months, and resu...

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 October 1898

BliAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. | UP. a.m. p.tu, — Blayney... ...Dep. 4 65 0 65 IS Qarooai' ? 0 45 10 86 17 ttandurama ... ... 6 5 10 48 10 Lyudhui'st ? 6 22 11 1 22 Garland ? a a 27 Swan Ponds ... ... a a 80 Wangaola ? a a 85 Woodstook ? 7 27 11 60 48 Holmwood ? 7 56 12 12a. m 40 Covrra ? Arr. 8 10 12 28 Stop p.m. j „ ? Dep 8 60 12 40 i 60 Wattamadarra ... » 64 Koorawatha ? 4 48 1 80 .69 Orowtber ? : a 74 Bendick Morrel ..J a 80 Monteaglo ? ! a 90 Bummgong ? I a W Young ? Arr. 6 26 2 60 ? Dep.! 6 66 8 0 '108 Kingsvale ? a 110 Pemondrille ... ... 8 10 '8 £0 111 Murrumburrab ... a a 119 Harden ? Arr. 8 80 4 6 DUWN. a.m. p.m. — Harden ? Dep. 6 20 0 10 2 Murrumburrab ... a a 8 Demondrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 Kingevale ? a a 21 foung ? A.rr. 7 61 10 20 ? Dep. 8 6 10 25 28 Burrangoug ? a a . 88 Monteaglo ? a a 89 Bendick Morrel ... a a 44 Oroivtber ? a a 49 Eoorawatba ? 9 64 11 63 57 Wattaraadarra ... a a.m. 67 Cowra ... ...Arr. 10 46 12 88 Stop p.m. ? Dep 6 40 12 66 70 Holmwood ... ... 6 66 ' 1 10 78 ...

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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

AI L WAT TIMETABLE DOWN B- I Bta-tioa. j Paas. \ gail. a.in, p.m — Sidney ? ? ... Dep 10 16 8 0 8 Bomebuah ? , ? 13 Granville ? 14 Porramalta ? ... 8 JSi 28 Blacktown ? 36 Rfts'y H 11 ? 28 St. Mary's ? 34 Pfnrith' ? Arr. 11 28 & 0 „ ? D«p. 11 30 9 B 8G Emu'PlainB ? 11 8S 0 10a 89 Luoaaville ? « 49 Glenbrook ? 11 GO 42 Blaxland ? 11 67 a ? - 45 Karabar ? ? a p m. 46 The Valley ? 12 6a ... I 48 Spring irood ? ? 12 IS 40 Faulronbridge ? 12 23a t2 Itumanlia ... ? « 68 Linden ? ... 18 31 (4 Woodford ... ? ? ]2 45a 68 Hazelbrook ? « 56 Lawaoa ? 1 4 10 30 02 Wentnor h Falls ? 1 20 6S Katoomka ? 1 88 11 6 70 Med'ow ? « 73 BlackLfa'h ? 2 11 29 »ir .. ir- i ? I i.rr 8 1 11 39 77 Mount Victoria ... ^ ^ 2 30 u Ho 81 Hartley Tale ? 2 89« 12 la.in , 83 Bell ? . ? 2 46 12 8 ] 88 Clarence Siding ? 3 2 12 24 02 ZigZi g ? 3 IS 12 87 05 Eek Bank ? 3 28 12 80 96 Lithgow ... ? S 31 12 54 97 Bewenftls ? ... 3 35 12 68a 101 Marrangaroo ? 3 42a 1 6 165 Wallerawang ? 3 63 1 24 111 Bydal ? 4 6 1 87 1...

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

TOOTHACHE. ! THE new roinedy, VICTORY CUBE FOE ' TOOTHACHE AND NEUBA.LGIA, cures the worst oase within ten minutes, Innumerable Testimonials. A considerable number of our customers have already triad the new remedy, Victory Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, and have in every in stance been eured. It iB certainly a most wonderful emeJ;,and we trust it will beoome widely know. Huou MoNXOOHEniE, CHAltLES PlETZK R JoBBFB C00MBB, S COOMBB, Anxnun (i. Coombs, Storekeepers, Marulan. The above Eemedy can be had at the Office of . bis Paper. calitieB, at work focvus. New business. All meet with wonderlul success. Anyone can do th# work. You donfc need capital, or about tlie same as none. We will start you. No space to explain here. But you can mak# a snug little fortune honorably and easily. Tbe employment is particularly adapted to tlie region in which this pubii cation circulates. Boys and gills earn near ly as mucb as meu. Full particulars aud instructions mailed frae. Now is tbo time — d...

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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 29 October 1898

BLAYNBY POST OFFICE. abkitaIi op iiahs. Daily (Sundays excepted) from Sydney, Batliurst, Granrille, Goulburn. llarden, Oareoa', Mandur ama, Ljndhurst, W^oistoek, Garland, Oowra, Brown's Creek, T.P.O. No. 2 West, T.P.O. No. 2 South, OitonPaik. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, an 1 King's Plains on Tuesday*, Thursday*, and Saturdays. From GreghamstJtrn aud V.ttoria on Wtdneadays and Saturdays. - SBPABT0BB OF MAILS. ' Daily (Sundays exc p'ed) to Sydney, Ba bu el, Goulburn, Harden, Giranville, Carcoar, Man durama, Lyndhurtt, Woodstjck, GarU d, Oowrai Brown's Creek, Ort jn Park, T.P.O. No. 2 West, T.P.O. N.-. 2 do th. To Norton, Ntvil e, Shaw, Barry, and King's Fliinr on Tueedajf, Ihursduy-, and Saturdays. To Greghamstown and Vutoiii on Wedn-eduya and Saturdays. Penirr Postagb. The rate of postage, under the conditions of the A«t, on letters posted in the district fiorn and to any of the following post offices is Id Barry, Blayney, Brown's Creek, Burnt Tarda, Cadia: Carcoar, Fganton, F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

A medical authority in Berlin declares ( that not one' of . Germany's profsssional : bicyclists has a sound heart. 1 Great Britain owns nine times as many merchant vessels as Germany and Franco together.' Any Spaniard ov-er the age of 19 is liable to be called into military service for throe years. By the payment of 1,500 pesetas (£60) be yean escape military duties. Protestants in France' only number rather less than 2 per cent. of the population. Ninety 'reporters are employed in the gallery of the House of Commons. . Two-thirds of -Spain's i population can neither read nor write.' A contest between a bull and a lion, in a caged arena, fn the City of Mexico, resulted in an easy victory for the bull. A second lion was then produced, and this the bull also vanquished, to the great delight of thousands of spectators. A geueral in the English army oa active service receives £8 per day. SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPT1 EXTRACT. — Under tbe distinguished pat rouage of his Majesty tbe King of ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Messrs. Colemanc and Sons, Cootamundra. Dear Sias, — 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, &c., &o., and 1 do not believe there is any disease it will not cure if persevered with. Iu ulcerated sore throat or inflamed throat it is invaluable, having had personal experience of the fact very recently, w Here ontlaren or even adults are badly atfacted I usually erect a kind of small tent near a fireplace, place a kettle 011 the tire, and when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Eutalypte Extraet into the kettle, and attach a long tubu to the spout of the kettle, and make the steam play about the patient in (he tent. The steam owing to the distance it has to travel, wheu it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is not enervat...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Expansion oi Industries under Freetrade. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

Expansion ol Industries under Freetrade. The Premier is apparently always on tke alert to discover how native industries fare under the policy of unrestricted freedom of trade and .commerce. Last week he elicited the fact from a deputation consisting of those interested in the butter industry that during the last twelve months the reputation oi rtow aoucu wates Dutier naa acivancea j from 15 to 20 per cent, in the London mar ket. Mr. Reid remarked that he had al ways recognised the importance of tho dairy ing industry, and sometimes, perhaps, he bad been ridiculed for advising people to take to it. (Laughter.) He freely admit ted that he bad put this and other industries of the colony to a great strain by liis free trade tarui. j-rom nis point ot view, the strain was calculated to bring out the best qualities of the men engaged iu these indus tries, and he was happy to fintl in the case of the butter industry that it had had that result, and instead of finding a number ot dejected p...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Travelling Sheep. A CARCOAR APPEAL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

Travelling Sheep. A CARCOAR APPEAL CASE. An application of interest to drovers and others interested ia., the care of sheep in the back-country came before the Full Court at Sydney on Friday last. The ' case was' in the nature of -n appeal from tbe' -letermin&- tion of H. Byrnes, P.M., Thomas Fitzpat tick ana w. uiarir, «is.r., or u&rcoar, in a proceeding : before, them in , which : Stock inspector G. B. King, of Carcoar, was com plainant, and Caleb Candy, of Dungeon, was 4he defendant. It was set out in the information that on March 26 last Cundy, being in oharge of about 250 sheep, travelled them in the dis trict of Carcoar without being provided with a travelling statement, contrary to the Act. The defendant pleaded guilty, but at the request of the bench withdraw his plea, and tha nua van heard ar a. Wpf«.iHprl nnp After hearing evidence the justices dismissed the information. Tha complainant alleged that he was aggrieved by the decision, and a special case was s...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Girl Who Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

The Girl Who Blushes. Blushes are of several varieties. There's the modest blush, tho angry flush, the joy- 1 ful blush, aud the shameful blush. Girls j blush on all sorts of occasions. Some- of them are continually blushing, while others never even so muoh as have a deceut colour. The girl that blushes is generally pretty vouns. usually between 14 and 20. mid stm is then passing through possibly the most critical part of het career. The organs that compose her womanhood are at that time assuming their proper proportions, and be ginniug to fulfil their various functions. During this period great care must be taken as to the geueral health of the individual. Pages upon pages have been writteu ou this subje:t, aud yet we see everywhere pale, pasty-complexionol girls whose looks and languid actio'ns show- plainly the weak ness of their end 0 system. At this critical period the digestive orgaos must bs kept iu thorough working order, and no waste matter must be allowed to remaiu in the ...

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 — 5 November 1898

3LAYNEY POST OFFICE. ABMTlI, or .1UI18. Paily (Sundays excepted) from 8jdney, Batbnra't, Granville, Ojulbiirn. Harden, 0*rooar, Handur ama, Ljndhurit, 'WcoJ«tock, Gat-land, Oowra, Brown's Oreok', T.P.O. No. 2 V5re«t1 T.P.O. Ho. 2 South', Orton Patk.. From; Norton; Barry, Shaw, Neville, anl King's Plaini on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays. From G-ireghamst jwn aud V.ttoria on Wtdnesdaye and Saturdaji. ? ' DBPAETtJBB Or JIATL8. Daily (Sundays ezo ptcd) - to ? Sydney, - Ba'bu st, Goulburn, Harden, Granville, Oarcoar, Man I durama, Lyndhurati Woo Jatjcl, G»rli d, Oowra, Brown'a Creek, Ort jii Park, T.P.O. No. | 2 West, T.P.O. NS. 2 So 'tli. ' | To Norton, Neville, Shaw, Barri, and King's PUinr . on Tuesday.!, lhuraday. , and Saturdays. lo Uregbamstown »na .yuto.11a.on Wedn.adays and Saturdays^ V. . . /Pkhst Pobtaob. ' The rate of poita^e, 'under' the conditions of the Aet, on letters posted in the district fiom and to any of the ; 'following |-oat ; offices .is :ld Barry, Blayney, Brow...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Battle of Omdarman. AN OFFICERS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

Battle of Omdariuau. AN OFPICERT3 LETTER.. The following extracts from a latter recei ved by the editor of . the ' Dubbo Liberal ' from |)is brother, Jjieutenant White, of tbe 2nd Battalion, Kifle Brigade, and.whibh woi wiritten ^)e%a!y after jthe recent battle in the 86udan, areiif interest : — 1 '^haptoum, September 3.-^Of eourse, you iwill bavif heard all about the -fight long be fore you get this letter. ' There is a convoy of woundjid going down today, and I will try to get this off by someone. After «bout twelye days marching we arrived within 8 miles of Khartoum on September 1. Oa the same afternoon, our scouts reported 40,000 Dervishes marching against 11s, a«d that they were six miles off. However, when three miles away they halted, and so we spent the night. At dawn on the 2nd, we marched to attack them, but shortly after starting we heard that they were on the march to attack us, so we halted and awaited them. What on earth possessed them to come against us I don't know ;...

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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

Commercial. J J- S. IiMDft A Co. Fill Cattle.— 100 jardai. 'The jitUnijuc* *w ! ?cnoil. The market showed an ' upward t«n-l«noy j j|£t the npmiug, hut toWarda fi-m close l»eu»-ne dull. i^*o) qmlitf maia/lfis -sir l7a par 100-ha. W« 30 wim fut^Ir F. ArcniUge, K ilbertis, ip itS i £ l«vU9cj|£i ?j\ £4 6»» ' 20 Cow* ; fur puobar l r« at Jta'iOs jjl Imllucka fur S)r J. £5 lift; i h£itara *t ;J?2 ICSl ' ftif Sh»ej».'f-£i-i Jptnie ;%=mil iqtUliiy eeld^raely. ? !W « «tp*ut a j^nu wiLr:krt for aum. time. ' ijtorr Stouli. — P«'ia'auil food fuj- fo.rvrf.rd -?9tnii-i tioajii .y'ta! W* sold +380 shorn «reth»rs for Ur 8 V«rromia«, tt'4i3-l. ' — A fair numWer yarded to a large atten dati cfot buyrra. Good sorts aolii well, but those J tl ia/triur 'quality .iprefe hjtrd to' cftspp^e ?{. Xpt ? sold 15 hciul on account Messrs Kennedy, Siena. B«aver, ind other* up ta £6. Vehicles a la* said jprell.weheing successful inilispn'mgof tea first claaa aV'^iea on armni'it Mr (t. Christy, at the fol lowing pr...

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Now Up and Now Down. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

S$ow l|p Now Down. Notice the slender column of mercury in your thermometer. To-day it is longer than it 'was yesterday ; 'to-morrow it ma/ be longer still, or much shorter ; you can't tell in advance. So it varies with the amount of heat in the .atmosphere. Yery good ; but we al) knew that before, you say. Take note of another measuring instrumeut, fhen ; one that you aarry about whithersoever you go. We often hear one person say of another, 'f His spirits are' very merourial,' meaning that (hey rise or fall under s.ight influences. But others sometimes threatening permanent melanoholia. In (act, instanoes of this kind are getting to be alar mingly csmmon, and any suggestions1 as to the pause and the remedy muBt be welcome to society at large. Speaking of a reoent illness of her own, Mrs Hagar Percival says the doctor pronounced her ailment to be ' nervotu debility.' The phrase is familiar and expressive, and the doctor used it iD (he ordinarily acocpted sense. A'ter all we seem to...

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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

WESTERN PRICES. SiDHsr, Thursday night. {Mbn. — Wh^at, 3s 2d to 3s 4d ; floor, £8 lOi | and £8 5s. Potatoes : Toohey, Blayney, 61 4il ; 1 flattery, Tarana, 7a 2d. Chaff.: Power, Brewongle 3s 8d ; A'Beckett, Maryvale, 2s 9d ; Pashana, Spring Hill, 3s.~ ? Mr H. R. Carter, wheat broker, SyJnpy Mfd Melbourne, reports on November 3rd as follow* ; — Waeat has fluctuated slightly, being influenced dowhwards by the improved crop prospect* and jiteadied from time to tints by an occasional de mand. Outlets/ however, are ealy limited, aod pot vary continuous ; and export orders hare stilt to go to Melbourne, owiBg to the absence of porosis en the spot. Values range from 3/2 to 3/3 for average and up to 3/3 to 3/5 for average to prime Duality, the market being irregular ani weak. Buropian values, ifhicb had advanced in eouse aueaeg of the threatened war, bavo slightly rece ded again, tke rise' being very nearly lost. Re garding crops in the colonies generally, Queensland trill show rather unfav...

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