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CRICKET. YOUNG MEN'S DEBATING SOCIETY V. GREGHAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898
CRICKET. YOUtfG MEN'S DKBATmG SOCIETr V. GREGHAMSTOWN. A team representing the Blayney Young Men's Debating Society played a match against Grpghamstown on ths latter's ground on. Saturday last, and were defeated by nine wickets. Unfortunately some of the best players of the Blayney team were unable to go, and the club had to include a few pick ups in tlie team. However, the local boys are confident of ' turning the tables ' in^the return match. Following are the scores': — Y.M.D.S.— First innings. W. Death, b Hazsll .. .. .. 11 B. Williams, b Hazell ? 1 Joe Danes, c Morgan, b Hazell ... 1 W. Mellor, h Dean ... ? 3 T. Nicholson, bDean... ? 3 M. Miskell (sub), c, b Hazell ... 4 A. Mackie, b Hazel! . . . ; . . 3 J. Paul, c Morgan, b Hazell ? 1 W. Cock, b Hazell ? ... 2 -T Marshall, not out ? 4 D. Reed, b Hazsll .. ? 2 36 T.M.D.S.— 2nd inniuga. W. Marshall, b Huztll ? 3 M. Miskell, o., l)D*an... ? 0 ?T. Divies, I) Hazull ? 4 W. Death, c, bDean ? 4 W. Mellor, b J. Miskell ? 25 T. Nichols...
Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898
JSfandurama. [FROM OBE OOnEESPOSDEST.] Ilie social tendered to Mr. Op:e by the residents of Mnndurama and district, in recognition of his many good qualities, was highly successful. Singing, speechifying, and dancing were freely indulgeJ i^. Mr. T. H. Rowlands was chairmm, and ex pressed the sorrow they all felt at- Mr. Opie's departure, and the r.'ason fxr it, which wa-i U»e sluviing down of Hol'mairs claim at Burnt Yards, Mr Opin having been appointed liy the English shareholders to iniii'ige that claim. Air. Oj)i(!, in reply ing, .thanked thsm for their great kiudueis, aud the sorrow he felt at leaving eo; tnany ' kind friends. Mr. S. Edwards yras, mgbly successful in providing:* the re|r8shm'e.t«is;- All those present thoroughly enjoyed tueip selves. -?? '*' S Large numbers leftrhere oa Tuesday night for C&rcpar to se^-; Fitzgerald's circus ; and on Wedtiesday .nearly 'all the people cleared put to various places, so that our little town was quite dull : Cfo'r those who ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898
Pareuts, Be Warned! YOUR PALE AND SALLOW GIELS NEEn '. ? ATTENTION. THE SEEDS OF CONSUMPTION ARE SOWN IN ONE'S YOUTH. ' (From the Tarrangoiocr Times, Victoria). ? My daughter haB beeu .strong ani healthy until almost two years ago,' said Mrs. Bowe, of North Maldon, Victoria, to our reporter, ' when she grew : ri^-,, very pale and' thin. ' She became weak and s^ - low spirited, lost her \-J'- appetite, her sleep fej«_ was troubled . ' and W ^^^i reEtless, and the least li S'W exertion fatigued her ; W'-V VcV *A- in facti ohe had to f &^Af*Vai^y&. take her sister's aflrm '.'? » cs ? »S-? R^i^Li':'3 for support when out i'L 7 i\ ***-- walking. She was of - 'Jf^\ I j\ a wonderfully active t-^i / 'IV and cheerful disposi ^**' I j\S tion before this ohanra. *? C ,,f&* too'£ p}*es, .. and the 1 -^ alteration, therefore, caused us great couceru, and medical aid was sought But no good resulted. Several medicines were! tried, but she became weaker and more listless eve...
Great Fire in Sydney. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898
Great Fire in Syduey. Sydney, Wednesday. Shortly fceforo 3 o'clock this morning a firo broke at at Anthony Hordern's immeuee ware house Haymarket, threatening' ths dtstruotion of th« great pile of buildings occupied by that firm. Dense orowtls flocked to the scene and the greatest ?xcitement prevailed, at eterytuing pointed to one of ihe most disastrous conflagrations ever kuown in Sydney. The outbreak oocurreil in the large builiHng de v»i.bu m ine iroainongery ana croekery department and the flames spreaJ so rupidly that the firemen were forced back, being unable to work swing to the danger of falling -ebris. The firemen coufined their operations to th« out side, and in a very short time it became evident that the big building was doomed. Flames appeared to have tho immense block of buildings in their clutches, but the great work aud ? ; discipline of the Fire Brigades, combined with tha ' immense volumes of water thrown, succeeded in slowly couquering the flames, and the stabilit...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898
NOTES AND COMMENTS. * ? Rohan Catholic. — To-morrow (Sunday): — Carcoar, 8 30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Lynd hurst, 8.30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sunday, 20th November;— Blayney 8 a.m. and 7.30.; Tittoria, 8.30 a.m. and 11 am. Good Templahs' Picnic. — On Wednesday (Prince of Wales' birthday) the members of Marsden Lodge held their annual picnic in Mr Marsdeu:s Lagoon paddock; There was not so largs a gathering as was an ticipated, but those present seemed thorough ly to enjoy themselves. Rounders aud other various games were freely indulged in. At dinner and tea .the ladies were most assiduous in looking after the appetites of the picmcers. In the evening a number of ths members assembled in the Templars' Hall and spout a couple of hours in innocent amusement. The usual concert held iu connection with this celebration had to be postponed. On Monday night Blayney was delighted with. Fitzgerald Bros, circus and menagerie. There was a large attendance, and thg various performers met with rounds of a...
Hours for Sailing Postal Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898
; Hours for S^illnsf Postal Ever since thft Post-il Note system has been iulrqrjuceil it has been the pust-jm, as %\r as Blayijey na.1 SiilJUiqrpe ar^ concerned and we presume the same srror'bat' existed in othar places, to refuse tins public the i''igl/t 'of piircliasiiifl; ? postal notes after the ?our of 6 p.m. ' Of ? course* Whrre (ilie post oliicpg'close at 6 p m such a ' refusal' would 'ir; Iflgitiniat', hut where the ornce d )es not cl(»s.r- until '8 p.rn , '^be case is altogether -li(FerBiit. ' XecorJinfj ' to ^he Post office r-'£n).H.iioii«, as rneards the 'sal«' of. Postal i«'-«'eSi xh-*y fh -'u'd' be obtninWble at all iiioufy fir.lfr ? of&x-s. during the' 'hoars 'they Br-»^-pen for ihe «a'e of po-fcsige ' stamps. AiM_ 'ail ip»sfciii4sw « certainly should be Eiinl-ieii'.ly iintjviaiiitfil with such regiilations ^iVMU^y'ftir.^'tteijHort having to bis' call«d ?o such i i a pubLu nianiifir- However, a roiideiTfcvrf fjliyiipv ? h -il : occasion to 8en;l to f.liielooai....
Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898
Road Contracts. Tenders were opened for works on the following roads at the Court House, Blay ney, on Tuesday last : — Bathurst via Blayaey and Cowra to (iranfell (fresh tenders). — F. Furner, £21 10s. ' 5 other.tenders, up to £34. Batliurst via Blayney aud Cowra to Gren fflll. — Geo. Boxhall, £63 11s. 3 others up to £90/7/8. - Blayney to Barry. — Jas. Bailey, £35 16s lOd. 6 ofchars. un to *fia/]fi/S Blayney' to Guyong — Jno. Soroggins, £83/12. 3 others, up to £99 9s. . Carcoar '.to Millthorpe and Cadia Road. — T. Taylor, £228/14. 8 others, up to £300 19s. ? Glasson's Woolshed to Moorilda. — Phillip Ryan,' £15/10. 8 others, up to £24 10a Matthews' to Forest lleefs.— Pat. Faliy, £126 3 others, up to £137/10/9. Moorilda to Neville.; — F. O'Donaghoe, £36 13s. 3 others, up to £137/10/9. Newbridge to Aber.crombie River. — Phil. Ryan, £63 lls 10J. Five others, up to £83 3s 3d. Grpghamstown School House to Mill thorpe- Byng Eo,ad.— T. Taylor, £,12 15s. 5-otlier tenders, up to £28 2s 6d.
Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 November 1898
Blayney municipal Council. In consequence of Wednesday bciug a public holiday, the usual fortnightly meeting ot the abov9 courcil was hold on Thm-.Silay evening. Present ? the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Marsh, Pile, Stiusoa, and Woodward. ; Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COKttESl'ONDEXOE The following cirrespondsnue was read :— From Mr. W. J. Murray, Millthorp?, stating that he had forwarded the Btene for kerbiog in front of For eiison's store. Received.— EVam Mr. S. H.irst. agent for the New Zealand Kire Insurance Uom pany, re insurance of Town Hill. Received, and decided to let matter stand over till nuxt meeting. — From the Government Printer, ro hy laws, statiag that the Gazette of 1B85, containing hy. laws was out of print, but he could supply 59 or .103 Gazettes containing by-laws, published in 1890 al 1/ each. Received, and decided tu procure one copy, aud if it contained what, was desired they would then obtain 25 or 50 copies —From Mr. H. Volkman d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
LO W VITALITY. ?Jin. OaVHGEILL'S Syrbf of Htpophosphites 1 * of Luis is prcscribsd by the Faculty for the cure of Consumption, Chronic Cough, and General Debility. ? it contains two of the principal ingredients nrccs aary for building up the 11 uman frame, and which are considered deficient in the abvve complaints, v z., Phosphorons and Lime. It cannot be too highly recommended for Delicate Children'. Dlt. CHURCHILL'S Compound Syrup of Hypko phosuliites real bruin food, and in case of Muscular and Nervous lixhiius'.iou has acquired a world-wide reputation. Bach bjttle beam iJr. Churchill's eig: nature. Price, 4fr. Prepartd odIj by SWWM' ciUOMTST, 12, Hue CfiE'.iglione, IVris.
Matched. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
Matched. An English nobleman, it is said, used to walk about Naples attended by a large, ferocious bulldog. Having decided upon going to Rome, he proceeded to the station and took his seat in a first-class carriage, the auimal taking up a position on a seat opposite his master. The platform inspector I with many gesticulations, declared that the dog should not travel iu a passenger 1 carriage. « Very well, then, take him out,' was his lordship's rejoinder. In vain the official expostulated ; he merely received his former reply, a piece of advice, it is needless to say, which was not followed, and the dog's ownei, apparently master of the situation, threw himself back in his seat aud calmly lighted a cigar. But the Italians were not to be outdone, and, quietly detaching the carriage in which the English ' milor' was seated, they made up the train with another compartment and started it off. His lordship sat quietly smoking for about ten minutes, and then thrust his head out of the wi...
Where It Had Gone. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
Wliere it Had Gone. One day recently two ladies entered a ] suburban omnibus at an hour when seats are a possibility. One was a stout, over-dressed lady, the j other was evidently her daughter. Shall I pay the fare, mamma 1 I have my purse with me,'' said the- young lady, sweetly. f Ob, no ; I'll pay. I have plenty of I change.' | Thereupon she leaned sideways and com menced' the intricate process of searching her draperies for her pocket. After a minute or two of fumbling, dur ing which her face grew an apoplectic red, she exclaimed, tragically— ' Laura, , what shall I do 1 I've been robbed. My purse is gone — my pocket is entirely empty.' ' Perhaps, madam,' said the gentleman by her side, into whose coat pocket. she had thrust her hand, ' perhaps, if you search in your own pocket instead of mine, you will be more likely to find your purse.'
Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
dommerwl J, S. Lud.1 * Op. ' Fat p t .!ef —70 yarded. The utt^ndAtik.-® wae pii. Good qn » lty Miyd well o£ 16 ? l ? 17a e lMijitu puddli^g quality 15a. ,^*e — 20 l-alio:tt-- ilRi! ateers for Mr ii. Hiji-^ett to £5 10) ; 10 bullocks W Hftsedale'Er W£e tq LS ; li stjers and heifars (or 1 Hi J. Jelly ; I ouwh iii £3. ' ? - ' ' Fat Hlieep. -Mrttk*4 flriu tor all - -jualiti.-e. We j e Id— 220 uiixed ►hu.p for J|r T. Cqie it tii to 6- G (; j 8-H» Weituatf ipr «i'S-etn agrUU at 7b Ol to tt« ; SO: )nmh« fn* Mr (J* 2d. 4 owe, at 7s; 21 w .?tfapjr.'i fur Mr ? emoii nt 6. jl-l to 7;l Stqte .^tbck. — Nod? yarded. Boiden — Market opeitcii to « splrqJid attendance pf buyers, biwu^r being crowded. There were 7H jnrded, majority beinglijfiit uorue?, wiijob sold rnry Wel' ai prloes rsnying'iroin £5 tq €11, draught, without triaLi to £11. We sold— On sccputjt Mf ?Fail Lpei Lirras Lalce, 30 head of broken And an Srakeasaddle homes as fo.lows, 1 at £11, 1 at £8 10s 1 at £8, 2 at L6 I^b 6J, pur niares ...
Daugerous Companions. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
- Dangerous Companions. People sent to gaol are often paying the ] ipi ice oT keeping dangeroui conipucy. Cases appearing before tlie ' Bench 'are nevlr t6o j closely invtjstigated in this respect, or it llwoiild t)e-dlsCQv'ered more often than would | iie expecteti that the- reputed felon lias been j I convicted, not for - what he has done for I himself, but for wfhat otjbers have done, or, wlia% he has done for ^others.* This uuforj tuiiatn 'beiug is never pitied; as the question is uatural!,y ask ed — w I iyed i d be keep danger ous company ? This leads us . into a large' field of inquiry. It is said by their friends that people die -of many : complaints, but friends are like the judicial bench, ithey' do 'not investigate too closely. One half of the community die of dajgerous company. Ask yourself. Have you worms? If so,; why hot .get rid of them, when the torments are silently and mysteriously eating your life away ? Mrs Finnan, wife of the well known hotelkeeper in Windmill-st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
Reaping ajjd Sowing are the ; kwo ,. most important periods iu the life of '-a firmer, aud grautiug that all circumstances are favoutabie, tie naturally, during: the latter period, hopes to get an adequate return for his labour. As lie sows, he expects to' reap, and unless constant indtlstry has been «xer ciserf, the harvest is generally a poor one. so it is with regard to health, if we are not constantly on the watch and destroy the gMrmt of disease as soon as they are discerned the body becomes weakened, and at .last is qnalile longer to resist the attacks ' of the enemy. Holloway s Pills destroy even the most minute traces of disease, by purifying tin- blood ami strengthening the system. : Tim payment of a subsidy to the Canadian Au naiiaii lim: ot st»-.a,iiii-r8 carrying mails t- V.mcovt-r B.C. has invoK-ad New Siulh Wales in a loss of soim-thing like £8000 a yt;*r It is very unlikr-ly that the subsidy wi!, oe ronewed.
CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
©-iWK533 !Wl®TFil@si. (-1(trs(iK or Ewol^np.— TomcirrQir services will bp h-ld u fo'lowB.:— Blayqay. 11 and 7.30 ; King's Plains, Be?. W. K.. Hqwejl. Barry, (1 ; Moo filda, 3 ; We?fbfidge,'7.30— Rer. j. Qnyoqs. |^W|pr*r(lu«;— To-worroir sefrioea Bill ba con daet*4iMi«t1ov- Blayesy, U aqd 7.30 ; by*- Yards,® — K« r . J, &dan.' Wssier**.— 35tfc«*wpVr ae^rioef will be lielil as (?Ilatrs BUynav, 11 t}«VlU«, 3 ; B»»M'3wanip 7.30— B«r. A. 8. SwiFt.' Newbridge, 11 ; 'Blayney 7.30 — Ca»tain H. Cock. Nnrtqn, 3— Mr 6. 'Death . (Sally moot, 7 30— &fr Vf. H. Pliopbs. Romaw Oath jlic. — To-niorrow (Sunday) —Blayney, § a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Vittoria, g an^ 11 ».tpt Advocate qnd Herald. ue^^uees; mqt hen.''' — o — SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1898.
No London Tricks for Her. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
No Loudon 'Tricks for Her. Some time ago an elderly married, couple, who had speut the greater part of. their 1 lives in a village in Derbyshire, made up their minds to take a journey to London. They received plenty of advice from their neighbours about how they were to take care of themselves, and especially to be careful of the London sharper. To save ex pense, they decided t® go by one of the cheap trips that started from a neighboring town. They got safely off, and all went well till the train reached Bedford, at which place it stopped a a few minutes. The old man, thinking he had plenty of time, went to the refreshment bar to get a; glass of beer, and he was so flustered by the crowd that lie did the very thing thing he was most afraid of — got left behind. An express train beiug due, however, in a few minutes, the statjonmaster kindly allowed hiin to go by it, aud he was thus enabled to reach London twenty in iiyajtes , before his wife. He was eagerly on the look out when the ...
NOTES AND COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 November 1898
IfQTpS 4ND qQM^ENfS. Attempted Burglary.— An attempt was - jnade by four tqen at midqi^ht on Thursday (o bre^k into the residence qf A|rs: Mutton, fit Blayney. They were seen through the window, 4qd the police were informed, bqt when they arrive^ the tqen were qot to he seen, bqt 'article; vrpre on tbe rerandah Ifith which they were trying to effect an entrance. Jxq arrests nave yet oeeq mttqe. Several sqspicious-lopking individual* have been jprqwlitij* about ^afiely. ^he q(hgr day, an o d feliow who had nearly r«»clied qis century, said that he bad been a «ou fistent smoker all ' throaglf his ong life. Thit comes of smolqng pare wliqle^Quie tobacco, suoh as t' fcignet'. ' ' '' ' FiKCY Fair at OARGOAa.— rThe Fancy Pair iq connection with the Presbyterian (3hqrch at Carcqar teas brought to a cqq: elusion oq Satqiday eveqing lsyst. fhe attendaqces especially |n tl|e evenings liaye i«een gqqd, when tl\e chief bqsiuess was doqe. jn closing ^he Faif, tl|e I^ev. J. Goudje ^hanke^ tqose w...