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Gambling in C[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

0iU|f^ling: Ia Clilaa. Being desirous of having ,jv peep inside pne of those gaming-houses . far which Can fcjn snjoj* 9.11 unenviable notoriety (says a traveller), I ipp put .one evening with a friend to \isi|t oi^eof then), of whose where afy)uts vrp had it-foru-ed. We entered by a tf^rpoyf dopr, aud foujid the play just .^bplit t-| JU^in. , '. * ;. Iri t})e c#fltre j?f the ? room ' was a round table, onunisntsd with a beautiful ivorv I pim. In tije centre of tliis table was large porcelain bQwl, round whioh were assembled some twenty ChinesB. geiitlemen, all in a Jligb st^te of expectation and impatience. 5?he play th now ordered to begin. Two large crickets ?ere at; oppe produced £rom two ivory case*. ' They are of a dusky colour, with strong legs and thighs, and fiave mouths thatbif» like tbe front claw of a little crab. The combatants vere placed pn opposite aides of tbe inner surface of the bowl, at)d, being simultaneously let go, pallided at tbe bottom ol the bowl with a dry...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

* ' £««IR«34 W©TH-Sl£§. jO^traoB or Ekolakd. — To-morrow servioes wil be held as follow* :— Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; King's Plains, 3— Rev. '\y, fe.' Ho'wail.' ' Hobby's Yards, 11; Moo'rilda, 3 ; 'NeWbridge, 7-30— Rev. J. pnyoas. ' -t s - ' Pbkssttxriak. — To-morrojr servipea will be con- ' lasted as follows: — Blayney, ll and 7.30 ; Brawn's prsek, 3 — ^lr MeEacbi-«n (feydney). ' Wa&iiir**; — To-morrow ' ssrvices wili be held as fqllows':— Bl'ayney. Tl ; Neville, '3 ; Gallympnt, 7.30— Sev. A. S. Swift ' Mandurama, 3— Mr G' Death. Norton, 3 ; Blayney, 7 30— Missisn Band Catholic Church (Parish of Carcoar). first Sunday— Carcoar, 8. SO a.m. Blayney, 11 a,mV ftnd 7.39 p.m. ' Second jJaeday— Blayney, 8.30 a.m. Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.!)0 Pm 1 Third Sunday— Carcoar, 8.3O a.tif. and 7.30 p.in'. Blayney, 11 a.m. t Fourth Sunday— Vittoria, II a.m. Blayney, 7.3Q fyqi. Pifth' Sunday (when ocJurring) — Neville, 11' a.m. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. ' The Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th June, 1897. Advoca...

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

^ -*» vV- V*\^° ei* 0 ^V y^tSA^f^ yS*- OP S- «? „$y ,?£- ^ ^ A&- *? ,y/ $%§8Sp^^& * ^ «.* o?v* ?£* oy-&\-p+ &% v^V V- ,^C336P^*VT. v*^$ x j&^Sr * -&+&Zs .JSSS&r * -y ,^/X *6 ^ v ^♦'V' * Manufactured only by Thomaa Hollo way, 78, Ifow Oxford 8t., late fiSB.OxfcrdSt., onion. *&' Purchasers should look to the Label on the Tots «i Boxes. „ / If the address U sot 633, OXFORD 6XUET, LOVDOI, the/ are spurious. 8 - — ' ? 1 OBSTINATE INACTION OF THE LIVER. An Absolute Cure. The Case of Mrs. Sarah Hall. (From the ' irtnrfroj' Gazette.') (BY OUR SPECIAL KKI'OIITKR. ) A REPRESENTATIVE of tliis pap.er called ou Mrs. Hall, who lives next the railway line at Richmond, N.S. \\\ ' You liave been ill, I believe,' said the reporter ? ' Yes, replied Mrs. Hall, but I am pleased to say I am better now. The start of my sickness was obstinate constipation, which for a long time Defied Every Medicinc I tried. Owing to the weakening effe...

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

OTM^tureniedioinei-oplhaniarket. . ? , , rwaiSr J»aO(s«Wtef6' Sj* . ; dneti. esmine Uie lirer to B-. rUNv ; - fliacnftsnd scmI InareMa^iqnki-ti- .'ftTTDL'ii*-'*-' yfiVlU?. ' : jiea pt dthiii fliudi into thttowtUr,! r£RpPx fi!7- * ' ' di^e&iiTe 'trotibles, their aitends'nt evilsrvid — ? — . dangeroni ftfteri«S«cti, iWhenjoa uktorBile. Be»n-don'i|iepDt pStrith Boms thing else, . If-^ypa Ce6d A^purjrative medioineBile Bekni will prove «ffe-otial when ill olhermedioineghtTe failed. .TFob SXii: Deidieri ? : .? Otn«Blly- or boin the.nie.Seanllaiitifaotnriiit1ComptDy; iglCao4Qarie PlaceVSydner.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

L i5 ppwy ,r y W' »- | Bit-io«. ; ? j P«na. | g.n. - ? a.m. p.m' . .. — r^.J Svdne/v,., : D.ep 1 ;10 16 ,? 8 0 Ilomebiub..: ? : .;. -. ..i; »i i .i-l-S. Qrknyiile ... ... U Parramitta... ... ... tl- . St Blaoktovn ? ... 85 11 ? - ? M St. 3Mt»rj*« ? U Ptnrhh' ? Arr. 11 SS 9 9 „ ? ... Dap. 11 SO 9 9 S6 Bm^Flains ? 11 8S 0 % SS LuoairilU ? ... ... « 41 Qleabrcok ? ... 11 60 45 Bliilaid ? 11 67a ? 46 y»r»W / ... ... a ' ' ' -. t- ? J . , , 45 Tkt Tailajr ? ... ... 1* fi« 4M Bpringwood ... ? 18 16 40 Faulronbridg* ... ... 1# 28a ... 62 IfuBiialU ? ' 68 Linden ? 18 Si 61 Woodford ? 1.2 4&a 6fi Hasslbrook ? « fit L*w»ob ? 1 4 10 80 CE W»ntwor h Falls ? 1 20 tO -Eatoomba ? 1 88 11 6 *a U~.J-n_ m. 19 Blackbtath!!! !.'! 2 1129 TJ Hflamt Yiotoria ??? g «o ' i{ S?a 81 ffartln Tale ? t S9« 12 la.m 88 Bell ? ? ... 2« 18 8 88 Olarenee Biding ? S 2 12 24 93 ZigZtg ? ? 8 16 12 87 05 Esk Bank ? 8 28 12 (0 96 Lithgaw ? 8 81 12 64 97 Beirenltlt ... ? 8 85 12 68« ' 101 Marraqgaroa ? ... 8 42# 1 ...

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

8LAYIEY iWilTE 1ND IRttt OERlLD I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING And Circulates extensively through the fol lowing: Towns — Blayney Oarcoar Bathurst Canowindra Cowra Gran fell Millthorpe Orange Mandurama Newbridge Goulburu Brown 'a Greek Spring Hill Lithgow Mount Maoquarie Lucknow Tuena young Sydney Newcastle Wollongong \ . ? Condobolin Forbes Parke a Molong Forest Eeefs Duobo Files of the Blayney Advocate can always be seen at the principal Sohools of Arts and Mechanics Institutes throughout the whole o the Australian Colonies, and at the Offices of the various Agents. ? * PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL J 0 8 PRINTING, IN EVERY \ABIETY AND STYLE. Business Announcements, Hand-bills, POSTING-BILLS, Bill-heads on Plain or Ruled Paper, LADIES AND CE 1I.EMENS' VISITING CARDS BALL, CONCERT AND OTHER PROGRAMMES AGENTS — Messrs Gordon & Gotch, Sydney, Melbourne, and London; Messrs Clarke, Son and Piatt, 85, Gracechurch-street, London; Messrs C. Mitche 1 and Co., 12 & 18, Red Lion C...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

M-AYNEY-HARDEN LtNEr ' UP. - ?' - a.m. p.m, — Blayney,.. ...Dep. 4 5ff' ~9 *65 il'^arooar;..: ' './ 'C 45' 10' 86 ®aaduratna a. . ?[;' 6 S' 10 '^48 lj# Iiyndfainrst 6 22 11 1 fi Garland:-.. ' .;. a '' a: 87 Swan Ponds 1.. ... a a 80 Wangeola ... ... a a 80 Woodstdok .:. ... 7 27 11; .60 4# Holmwood ' '... 7 58 12 I2a.m 40 Cowra :.. ... Arr. 8 10 12 28 Stop ? ? ? .. 'i:p.in: ' „ ... ...Dep 8 50 ' 12 40 -58 -Wattamaaarta^ 1 .64 Koorawatha ? 4 43 1 80 60 Orowther A..-; '... - 74 BendiclrMorrel a 80' Monteaglb ? a 90 Burrangong ... ... a l»2 Toting ... ...Arr. 6 26 2 60 . . ...Dep. 6 66 8 0 108 Kingsrale ' a 110 Demoudrille ;.. ..; 8 10 8 -0 111 ;Mhrrumbnrrah a ? ' a 110 Harden ? Arr. 8 SO 4 6 ; , : ^duwn. -.-- f ( a.m. p.m. — (Harden ...Dep; 6 20 1 9 10 . fi ;Murrumburrah i... . . a a r 8Demondrillo... ... 6 48 9 80 10 Kingsrale ? a a 81' Young \..Arr. :7 61 10 20 „ ..Dep. 8 6 10 26 23 Burrangong ... a a 88 Monteagle ... ... a a 89 BandickMorrel a - a 44 J Orowther, ... ... a a 49 Kopr...

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

TOOTHACHE. reikis ' new .remedy,' ' TICTOEY CUBE FOB Ir TOOTHAGHB AKD toUfia.LGIA.j cures the worst oase within ten minutes, . . ? lannmerable Testimonials. ' A considerable number of our . customers have already triad the new remedy, .Victory Cure for Toothache ' and Neiiralgia, 1 and have in every in stance been eured. It is certainly a most wonderful emtdy, and we trust it will become widely know. i-Ztr: -j v'i '*.iSH??ojB Montoombbib, 6hAKI.ES PlEIZK B, . ? , , JosBPfl CooiiBa, S' Coombs, Abthor G. Coombs, ' Storekeepers, Marulan. The above Remedy ean - be had at the Office of liis Paper.' JK4 . M PER DA-Yto ? 1 1 I ' jSB ' lie made by TO 'persons of ei j H pap titer sex, in OvA their own lo calities, at work i6r us. - .-New huoiness. All meet with wonderfcil success. ; Anyone can do the work. .'You ..dont need, capital, or ?bout thesame as.npne. We will-start you. No apace to , explain here. . But you can male** snug little fortune^ honorably and easily. . The .employment: is p...

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

Lost. LOST, last Monday Evening, LADY'S SILVER WATCH with CHAIN 1 attached. Reward on returning same to - Miss WOOLLEY, Blayney. Found. FOUND in Blayney a Lady's SILVER WATCH AND CHAIN. The owner can have the same by giving a des cription of the articles and paying cost of advertisement. Apply to . JAMES PHILLIPS, Milltliorpe, Government Notices. ; - c.RoadiOffiee, Blayney, . 27th;-?otober, 1898. TENDERS, ai3draswd;t*tho Clerk^pf Petty Session* atBlayuey,*iid , endorsed^' Terder for'Road:W6rk,''willbereceived «p:to%oon en TUESDAY 8th Novembsraeitifer VVotits on the folleSring Roads:— Contracts 1/98-9 '(fresh-tenders) and 14/98-9,' Batliurst viaBlaylsey and Oowra te Grenfell ; 15/08-9,; Blayney to Harry ; 16/98-9, Blaynrj to Guyotig ; '17/989, Carcoar to Milltkorpe and Cadia Road ; 18/98-9,' 'Glasson's Woolahed to Moorildai; 19/08-9, Matthews' to Forest Reefs ; SO/98 9, Moorilda to Neville ; ' 21/98-9, Niwkridge f ^Abeiferokbie River.; and 22/98-9, Gr«fhatnst»wn ' Schoorl 'House to t...

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

llfcndafjama* ,'/»,- , j/soit'ona, iooB^iispoinjag^ -a* ' Mr. Hhort s Graat Western Flour MilOTct Carcoar are again *'3n fall work. A new boiler hai been built^ besides other changes'4 made, was all ^Sn^Ssithin a fortnight. Theiiospitallp£ll%t XDarcoar was a great '? succisss ; so was ?' \tfc* j u ven ile ball on the following night.^ , Mandu ratna was honored with having ^bjL:iwo belles, Miss Macder mott being nnanimpusly voted belle at the hospitkl balit*'ancl^ntus*^v-^-Owea^ of the juvenile ball. The Rev. Mr. Swift, of Blayney, preached in the Wesleyan church here on Sunday —6- — Canon Shedden preached in the School of Arts on Sunday, after which the sacraments of the Lord's Suppsr and baptism were celebrated. . Mr. M. Bembrick, storekeeper of Carcoar, has given our local storekeepers a nasty knock by getting the contraets for supplying the groceries to the shearing sheds of Mr. J. Fagan, Mrs. Whitney, and Mr. Hopkins. I do not/know how this came to pass. The stoppage of work at ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Galleymont Shut Down. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

Galleymont Shut Down. A great surprise was expressed amongst the residents of this and tbe adjoining dis tricts when it became known this week that the Galleyraont mines at Galley Swamp had been shut down. We are not in a position at the present to give any reasons for this step being taken, but whatever they are the fact remains that it is a great blow to the mining interests in the western TIima minM liarl hflfan l/tnlro/l forward to for months past as promising to become as famous as the Lucknow mines near Orange It will undoubtedly bo a great knock to the business people not only at Galley Swamp, but also at Oarcqar, Mandurama, and other places in close j proximity. A fabulous sum of money has been spent in erecting battery, tramways, dams, -fcc., and it is a thousand pities that circumstances have arisen to cause the Company to have to close the mines. It is to be hoped that it will only be for a short time. - Numbers of miners with their families had taken up their residence t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tattersall's Sweeps. ON THE MELBOURNE CUP. HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

Tattersall's Sweeps. ON THE MELBOURNE CUP. Hobabt, Wednesday. The folloifiug is a list of the persons who drew plaee4 hqrses, with the amount of their prizes, in Tattersall's consultations on the Melbourne Qqp. 100,000 at 20 (half'fille^, 4 awn pro rata), —first, The.Grafter, W. Hacketfe, Broad water, Richqqqd fi^iver, New S.outh Wales, £13,501) ; second, Wait-a-Bit, N, Longstaff, John-street, Freemantle,- ' W.- A., £4,500 ; third, Cocos, D. E. W. Sbunadere, Barrack street, Perth, W. A., £2250. No. 1, 100,000 at 6 (fully subscribed). — : First, N. C. Clark, Dareel, via Mungindi, N.S.W., £6750; second, J. J: Fisher, Green's Creek, via Sta well, Victoria, £2250 ; third, J. Hartley, Waitekauri, via Auckland £1125.. No. 2, 100,000- at 5 (fully subscribed) — ! First, W. Madig.-in, \Veinterigo Station, pPPileannia, J}Bj|jO ; second, W. A. Parker, Hi Bank-sttggSri ^Vale, Victoria, ££250 ; third, tM; Wom&mjgach, Argent sweet, Broken. Hul.-^ll 25# j No. 3, lOQ^B&at 5 (f&a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The War Scare. MAJOR-GENERAL FRENCH'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

The War Scare. MAJOR-GENERAL FRENCH'S VIEWS. Major-General French wbb seen by a ' Sunday Times ' representative with referenoe to the trouble between Britain and France, the exchange of onr troops with England, and military matters in gene ral. Asked as to whether he thought serious trouble would result in consequence of the Fashoda difficul ty, the Ceneral replied : — ' 1 don't think so. France iB so much troubled with her own internal affairs — which, if they conti nue much longer, will probably end with a revolu tion — that she would not like to enter into any fighting outside.' ' Iu the event of a conSict what do you think would be the result ?' ' If it were single-handed, we should certainly hsve all the beBt of it at sea. No ; I don't think we would go in for any landing, owing to our small num tiers. . It would not be a wise plan, except it be to cut off some of ber oolonies.' ' Bo you think France would .be likely to have the support of any other Power ?' ' I think it would ...

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

Chronic Indigestion and Stomach Troubles Cured, JDB. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS HEART I0Y JBAIBED,. The account of the sufferings and recovery cf ,Mr. B. Halkett, of 3S4 Bourke Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, will be read with interest, this gentleman having been for years a martyr to ohrohio indi gestion. He stated recantly to a reporter : _ I have been a great sufferer for years from cwonic indigestion, and until lately been quite unable to find any relief for this distressing complaint. X am ? ? ? ? ... f.ipiv well advanced in years. fceing fifty-five next birthday . I have spent pounds and pounds upon doctors, ®nd ftlw, » Srea' , money in so-called remedies. Whatever I swal lowed appeared to disagree with me, although by my doctor's advice I followel a oarefuUy-regulatea diet. I got so weak that I oould not even lie in bed with comfort, but would be in very great paiu. ?vervthing I ate turned hard upon my stomaoh, ? and hurt me greatly. I also suffered from a cough and vomiting. Meeting ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Half-Holiday Association. THE OPENING CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

Half-Holiday Association. THE OPENING CELEBRATION, p j The first holiday in connection with the j Half-Holiday Association in Blayney was celebrated on Wednesday, by a day's sports.- 1 The success of the affair was a clear proof I that the move in having a weekly half-holi- 1 day is appreciated by. the public, and is therefore a move in the right directiou. On the whole the sports was a great success, and no doubt the Association will be en couraged to hold these sports periodically, as the interest in them will increase. The proceedings were opened on Wednesday by a procession of Oddfellows and Good Tem plars, headed by the fife and drum band, which left the Town Hall at about 10.45 a.m., and marohed to the railway gates and back to the Show Ground, where the sports took place. The programme of sports was an attractive one, and consequently each event was -watched with great interest, es pecially in the novelty bicycle race and the cigar and umbrella race. The fife and drum band di...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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V.R.C Spring Meeting. THE RACE FOR THE CUP. MELBOURNE, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

Y.R.C. Spring Meeting. THE RACE FOR THE CUP. Melbourne, Tuesday night. There was an immense attendance at Flemington to-day. Following are the de tails of tha racing : — Melbourne cup. A handicap-sweepstake of 25 sors. eaeb, with 300Q so vs. added. Second horse to receive 500 and the tlii'rd horse (250 sovs. out of the stake. Two miles.- - ? Betting : 4 to 1 agst. Clarion, 5 to I Massiniisa, 8 to 1 The Grafter, 10 to 1 Merloolss, 12 to 1 Plutus, Ababerite and Cocos, 14 to 1 Dreamland and Manfred, 15 to 1 Wait-a-bit, 20 to 1 Toxteth 25 to 54 to 1 others. ^ssikj. Aii... J. TrVUVjr-VlgUf Ul/roos - A1M31 VC LJ little delay the field jumped away on very even terms. Tbe Grafter, ? Thunder' Queen, Massi&issa and Plutus allowing : most promi nently. When in their stride Thunder Queen and Battalion, pulling hard, .were just in front of Cordite and Pelissier, with { the others in a cluster. A cloud of dust | wont up as they crossed the tan, and when they emerged from it Battalion was ...

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

THE SOCIAL. The social held in the Town Hall at night was a pronouttced success, and exceeded the most sanguiae expectations. There were about 60 couples present, including visitors from all parts of the distriot. The hall was nicely decorated with flags and greens, and this, combined with the pretty dresses worn by the ladies, presented a ninhnrnannn and nlaa-sinnr Rnnrfca.ftlA. Thft t ? j — ? r ? ? — o i ? . ? music was excellent, and was supplied by Messrs. P. Links (piano), D. Hoolahan (cornet), C. Whittaker (violin), and R. Guest (concertina). Messrs. S. Hurst and H. Woolley proved efficient Ms.C. The dresses worn by the ladies were very pretty, amongst the most noticeable being : — Miss Mary Mallon, cream serge silk, pearl trim mings and chiffon ; this costume was a most elaborate one, and was very much admired. Miss Mary Patterson, black satin, shot silk and lace ; Miss A. Watson, black satin, re lieved with canary ribbon lace and jets ; Miss C. Marsh, cream canvas cloth ; Mi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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That £25 Penalty. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

That £25 Penalty. Several of the ratepayers of Blayney have asked the question as to whether the council Intends taking steps for the recovery of the £25 penalty in the case of Mr. G. Pile, whose seat in the council some short time ago became Vacant through his non -atten dance at it's meetings for over three months. It will be recollected some three years Mr. R. A. cOLLIS was forced to pay the fine, although that gentleman to all intents aNd purposes had left the district and was   carrying on a business at Wyalong. although he had left his family in Blaneyuntil he   could secure a place for them to live in at Wyalong ; and we are certain that had M r. Collie taken the decision of the Blayney bench into the Supreme Court, such a de cision, under the circumstances, would have been set aside. Well, considering that Mr.   Collie had to pay the fine, we think it the bounden duty of the council in the present instance, to take proceedings for the r...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 November 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. '? 'Sri ? * ? Carcoar District Court. — The district   Court was opened at Carcoar on Monday last before His Honor Judge Coffey. There   were only two cases set down for hearing. Abdeen Ferris sued Richard Ryan for £25 for breach of contract. Mr. Isaacs appeared for plaintiff and Mr.' Mayhew for defen dant. After hearing evidence a verdict was given for plaintiff. The other case was - Reynoldss v. Ryan, a claim for £50 damages for slander. Mr. McDermott appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Mayhew for defendant. A verdict was given for plaintiff for £2 2s. The Rev. J. Adam left Blayney on Thurs day for a short holiday in Sydney. Mr. Adam thinks he will be well enough to re sume his duties in a couple of weeks. How ever, during his absence, his work will be performed by Mr. McEachren, of Sydney. Bravo Blayney. — Our readers will be   glad to hear that Miss Gertie Marsh, daugh ter of Mr. J.Marsh, butcher -of Blayney,   ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898

-OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Messrs. Colemune and Sons, Cootamundra . Demi Sins, — Iha*e used thu Kucalypte Extract which 1 got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost evrry pobsible com plaint 1 use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, soru throats, coldu, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, &c, &c, and 1 do not believe there is any disease it will not cuir if persevered with, in ulcerated sore throat or inujtui-d throat it is invaluable, having hid personal oxpnriimcc of thu fact very recently. Where children or «\en ndults are badly affected I usually erect a kind of unall tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on ihe tire, ;ind when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Eusillypte Extract into the kettle, and attach a lung tube to the spout of the kettle, and make the steam pl.iy about the patient iu thu tent. The sleim owing to the distimcu it has to travul, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is not enervat...

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