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THE SONG THAT MEN SHOULD SING. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

'TniTSCfN'O VHAT -JKS SHOULD SING: -Tbe cohort! who fought wlicn the world was young da\e luejr blood reil ltgeiiu« uiU, For a hundred jwfts^iavc.ljravply sung The dead* ol ine dajf of.oM. Th» story is writ of the men who fell lo -ie**rt «n-J »an-*coii!l)ed Uaek ; ' The legions irbn served their country mvII,— Thatieroes who marched 'Ur.t iiauk.' . They have-told .the tale of n battle fl ig That Bmtcii ail aess Winn -?, ' -Vr.ne;:.lhr t-tt.'rcd tuldt'f ti-iEcrim«i)n r«e \V »s ttvarer tlian ijf« or.lnye.-- ? B.ii ;j»Bj- fell ue «««:, in thc-lr iiff'.ess lays ' ? ? ?; ?Tiirsri^-i/gh.'s of tiie *\O'il ami pen, We .iiUef -«-i?t (irt tuar*: if ''«-?? afiiring d«ys - 'Wiieo i.fity; fought and fell likv «i a. ;B«i tita tjile is 1'iesL that has ..ft been to'.d, . . ,If it lnve of birthluiM bring ; And thr.sDug tlin.y song iu tiie days of old Is tha.»;ij]g that I will «ing. -For a pvnplc.rot in the lap of ease, Au.Vtra.le, be it ull in all, . -.Brreda t^ie cinUer w oru. of a fell diseasr, Ti...

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 — 5 February 1898

THE TWO GESUIME ARTICLES: CLEMtiiiTS TON[O ?FLETCHER'S PILLS, . IMITATED! ??' ' li.U.T UNRIVALLEp AND UNEQUALLED.' CLEMENTS TONIC! U a scientific cLieiniu.il food aud restores toe tissue wasted by tbe vocations of every dny life, ia.^jR |ji'ompl aud safa ' remedy for neuralgia,* uotvuusues?, weakness, debility, liver coin ?? plaint, diopsv, and c iouic iudigestiou. } FLKTCHEU'S PILLS cure heartburn, backache, headache, liver torpidity, dye popsift and all complaints of the ttomucli' and bowels. .; : These two remedies bava been thoroughly; tested it] all the hot coii'itiics of the world. They nr« sold at a price within the r?acli of all people. Evidouco is for.varded froe ou receipt of name and address that will satisfy the most sceptical as to their virtues. They are sold everywhere, hot care must be taken that the geniiiue are obtaiued or the money and time are wasted aud the disease so much the more setioud. Mr. Geo. Mullwr, the Bristol philantbro pist-, well-known in Australia, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. J. S. LKEDS & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

?Vr--;- ?—. ' '' *' ''*' ? ? ? - J, S. fcKSlM * Oo. _ _ _? Fat CattU.— Abont 8u yarded, the tm K Iwiog ipjddiins and inl«ri'-r quality ; no prime m. Ihc nubtni firm at W ireek'i prices and fur prime Ct»«*«p*o»abrisk demand intlwnmr future. W««oU— 10 fcnllockt for Mr. P. C whin to L* 3s ; 14 imllookl and eowi for Mr. John Weaver to *3 IS*; 10 (Man aadtodfaM t»r Mr. B. Huhl-ard; too*, tor Mr.,B. SWA*. LS^r 5 bullocks, ^mtn AgtnU, I-3 «s!r 3 gowa far Mr. ; Snllivau ; 10 mixed for varions owner). Tat8h«*p.— Market l-risk for anything prime. yttmAi— T7 ewe. and wethers tar Mr. E. Uionwon W*lM,at4*,4*6d,aDdfia; 55 oroubnd ewes for Mr. O'ShM at «? 6d; 41 mixed for Mr. Jm. BranoaaaiSs SdtoSa 7d; 100 wethcra tot' Mr, VuiMead at U 8d. Stan Sheep.- Good demand (or all description?, WA «sM 900 mired sh*ep for Mr. E. Thompson,!* 9* 8ft to *=, chiedy aged ewes. W.*e direct. attention, ?A Wit W« of. 2000 itoiti wethert for nex$ Monday. Bpraea,--?Mi-riv'popr.8pr.t« yarded.. W.a spld,22. Mv&...

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 — 5 February 1898

THINGS SLOWLY LEARNED. There is a min fa Scotland who used to write many readable and instinctive tilings. ' He eigned himself ' A Country Parson,' add a bright parsou he it. One of his essays is entitled, ? Tilings S only Learned,' ngocd line of thought tor any body. . Well, here is oao of the thiags slowly learned — that diseasi doesn't jupt on a man like a wiloi c.it out of a tree, but develops from ' seeds and coodi lioas.just asroies and weaii do. VV^ who writs and print tUj essays of wlric'j these lineB are one, have a d 1 this a Imu Jrwl tiur±s; but all the people don't seem to have thoroughly grasped the idea. J-et. ? ? ? ? '?:-;? ?.. ' ?? For if Mr. Theodore Treasure aloae Ual done ai, hi wouldn't have suBereJ tun years from a'.tacks of rheumatic fever. la November, 1891, lie saya he had n fearful time with it. He tells us in, a letter that he hal terrible p iiaa all over hU body, and was so sore he couldu't b2ar an /one to touch him.. Even the bedclothes hurt him, like a f...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday, night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

WESTERN. PRICES; Srositr, Thursday lliubt. Bpdfern.— Goodisupply forward. Chaff : 9fkah»W, Spring Hill, 3s 5 J ; do, 3- 5d ; 3J«ck-nfl; A.ustjn,,Narroinine,;4s 2d; do .4s ; Town»w.ell, N^rrpoifna, passed ; Dfivis, gprifighii|, 3».7jd; Berkley, Mjljtjtiprpe, 3s 6d Senders, Uat*W«fc; 3s2d. Hay : Murphy,; Orange, 2? ljljd; Gate : J, Bpddic, Blaynay, 2_« 2di ; ' Wheat, inferior new, 3s 4dto 3s 8d, prime np«r, 4s to 4a 2d ; flour, N.S.W., £10 10s tp.£ll; Manitoba,.^! 2 5s to £12 10a.

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 February 1898

?B,tij.e$u|K-N»e Court of NWSouth Walai, ' ^?'??'jfBWlATE JURISDICTION. In tb.e'jG*taU of .Robert Stiksok, Senior, late of BU.y*ejr, in the Colony of New South Wales, Qaptlem&n, je;eace&. '1WT0WCE ulteraiiy given that the First Accounts JJI in the above Eatate have this day been Bled fin my. 'Office, Chiaeery-agaaftt, Sydney, and all 'penop* Jxrittg aoy -claim .on the said. Kstate, or. , ? being *tber«riie interested therein, are hereby re tired to come in before me at my said Office on v- before the ointh day of March at 11 o'clock in theforenooB and inspect the same, and if they aball think fit object thereto, otherwise if the aaid Accosttrti fee not objected to, the same will be examined by me and paased according to law. Dated this twenty-ninth day of January in the ^?mriaM... ?;. ?? ? ? ? - c T;.Vt: GABBETT, Registrar. JOHN STINSOKi Proctor for the Adminietraton, Beresford -chambers, 30 Cautloreugh - street, Sydney. 'V\ f' s '?'??' .-???' ??? ??i^.V^Xii..- '' ??...

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 February 1898

cHBiiscif^oirjsas. Ohitrou or England.— To-morrow services will Me hold aa follows:— Blayney, 11 and 7 30 : Kiuz's Plains, 3-Ber. W. K.-Howell. Bobby's Yards. 11 ; Mporilda, 3; Newbridge. 7;39-Rev. J-. Qaycoa.. ' ' Prksbtteruk ? To-nnrrow services Till ba con 4npt«d as itiUawa :— Blayney, 11 and 730 ; Brown's preek, *— Bar,.J. Adam. Waat^trAS.— Toinvrrosr aer Jioea will be held a« fpllows :— Blayney, 1J,,\ Kewjurirfge, 8; Evans* Swamp, ' 7 SQ^Hm'. A. ' 8- Sjiift,' Nprlon, 3 ; Bl»ynty; 7i30--MFr W, Roger, NeyiUe,. 3 -Mia- aittD,B»nd-. Catiiolic Choucu (Parish .of , O.ircoir). First Sunday— Carcoar, 8,39ia.iu. B'.uyiicy, 11 Secand'Staeday— Blayney, 8.3) a.m. Carcoar, Ha.ni.aBd 7.30 p.m. T|hM Sanday— Garpoar, 8.30 a.m. and 7.3'P p.m, ;- BtayMeT, 11 a. m JPo^flth, SBdday-Vittprja, H; a.m, Blayuey, 730-p.m. Fifth- Sunday (when, ociarriiigl,— Neville, 11 a.m. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. Th« Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th June, 1R9?. jLd^oca^e- mul' Mevald. -=rrO; — - 84.TUEDAT,- PEBBUA'RY 5; 1898.

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 — 5 February 1898

H£^L0*5 ^ .« US A m GOULD'S * :fW-JWC;^^l^ i per ffljx ^ BIUOUSNESS

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. BLAYNEY V. KING'S PLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

cricket: ? - BLAYIt EV V: KING'S PLAINS. : The Blayney cricketers '''joiirneyfld -to' King's Plains on Saturday aflernoon last, aad scored a victory by 93.. runs Following are the scorei : — Blitket. — Firat inaings. A. B. Nioholla, b Randall ? 12 F. Thomas, c Hancock, b Bandall ,.. 25 Bar. W. K. How.ll, b RusaeU ... 11 A. Shakaapear, « Maoooek, b Lewis,.. 4 U.BUokler, b Bandall , ... ... 13 T. Jonu, b G.Lewis ? 6; C. Sntton, b Randall ? 6* H. Ii. Laaisnt, b RaadaU ? 1 -'? H. O'Mara, not oat ? 33 W. G. Mellor, b Hudson ? 7 L. Clinch, b Randull .. _.j.. ,. .8 ... Sundries ... V ? 8 131 Kino's Plains.— First inuings. D. Hudson, run ont ... ... .. 1 W. Gardiner, b Clinch ? 1 L. Cameron, c Nioholla, b O'Mara ... 0 J. Lawia, ran out .. ... ... 1 G. Lewis, c O'Mara, b Button ... 23 \V. Ltwii, not out ? ,. 0 E. Hancock, b O'Mar* ? 1 F. Pavue, b O'Mara ? 1 H. Ruaaell, b O'Mara... ? 7 W. Raudall, b Cliuch ? 0 K. Bullock, b Sutton ? 0 Sundries ? 3 ' ' ? ? ;? -vias Bowling Analysii :— O'Mura t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRIBLE BURNING ACCIDENT. A SYDNEY MAN FALLS ON A HOT STEAM PIPE IN A BATH. HIS FLESH ADHERED TO THE PILE LIKE A STEAK TO A FRYINGPAN. AN AWFUL SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

TERKIULE BURNING ACCIDENT. '?'?''? w-f A SYDNEY MAN FA.LLS ON A ROT^SSkVbi-0.. 1'U'E IN A BATH. . ? '-?€ HIS 1'LIiSH ADHERED TO THE- PU K LIKK A STEAK TO A FKYiNOPAN. ,s ? ?- ? ? . ..»*- ?:?.-?. rot.-.. AN AWFUL S1UHT. While in a bath in Pitt-street, It Mr. Jarrwhad; :? the misfortune to slip aud fall on the hot water ??' pipes, aad before lie could be r*-«u*d h« ni scalded and burnt iu a terrible war. Th* ithock of the burning and the fall proved to b* rerr diiait rousforMr, Jarvis, and for. a number of y««r» after he was a confirmed invalid, Buffering torribljr from locomotor at&yia and othec^ormi of lur&l viii^ . ::.' A few months ago, however, reports bejfup.i to b%.. ,,- ciroulated in the neighbourhood- .that Mr.v J-trria was getting round again, and that h« Jia^.,had a most marvellous recovery from this apparently fa curable malady. It wa'S' on account ofcftkwe -i rumors that a special reporter froni^tli' -Sydney . ?'? Worker was despatched to get all iniocmati...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SCHOOL OF ARTS LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

1H&- SCHOOL OF ARTS LIBRARY. Notwithstanding the fact that letters l)avq appeared from time to time in this jour\n»I leaving, r^fprence to th« fact that the Blaynay Sc jpol of Arts library was virtually closed, t,o, ihe public, no one who was ap nfir^ntly, ' in the know ' seems to have had t)ae.n)'pral.qoiira|p .'^«*qpw«»A yie.pubjifi. of, tip cir,cu|nptaijpeB ejyrflpnd^ng the mystery. lfor,turiajtel$, iipw^yei;, IJr. \y.oodwa.rd, a candidate. i/i,tljftpresen,t municipal electipn, in'his,ajjdrkess,tQ,ii}e. ratepayers,' on, npmin ationd^y, let tl)6.whp)e secret, out when he said.if, was;le;cisedi V-.°np ifjdjvidual by the council for a, npm|nfiL rent per. aninujn. Upon making inquiries we find that tjie person;allpded to is Mr. J. D, Mat^hevs^ andl^r. V^opdjwar/l, further, said that it was' a shame tliajt ope.indivjdua,! should, have the pririlege of leasing it, doing as. he. lifted with k, and keeping it closed against) the.. public. If our memory serves us right, some years...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRICE OF BOOTS. A NUT FOR PROTECTIONISTS TO CRACK [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

. iv'-- THE p^^fe. of BOOTS. — — ? ? ?Jl if'tJT FOE mQikEG&Om&&Z#- At i meeting of*trfe^y«UigjrTioot na«ntt facturei'6 and tsliop' owners on-' Monday [it was 'decided that nn advance in the price bf boots must be made at an early date, owifag to the increase in the price of colonial leather. ? j ^TDhe cause of the rise 'in'iea(hej,]ijj'*iaes- pires, is uue ix» xnc race mat n - great quan tity is being exported at present, ^wbile we imports ..are lessened. The shrinkage fin the imports is very materially duetto tjie stoppage of eutry into the colonylof Queens land hides from the tick-Infested districts. The increase iu prices bf the raw mat^x'al tfanatens to be a permanent -one, ~sath&t the corresponding rise in boots may be ''eljublly lasting. As pointed out by ' . Bjjfr.-', '.'jjiji .'.,.' manager of the T Boot Coinpauy, '.the. - pripe _/..,.: of the leathor in a boot represents -about' 65 :???'??? per cent, of its cost price, so' tliat'aJ'SBriotty' ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

BLAYNEY-HARDEN LT5TE. UP. a.m. p.iu, — ' Blayney... ,,,Dep. 4 65' 9 65 .JS, ^roiwr,,, v. „... 0 45 10 86 17 Manaurama ... ..' TJ 1} J i-Of**»- ? 19 Lyudhnrat „. ... 6 22 11 1 22 Garland... ... .;: a a . ,; 2?' S#an Ponds ... ... a ft ; 30 Wangoola ? a ?«??' ? 85 WooflBtock ? 7 27 lttt-. 43 Hohnwood ... ... 7 55 12 i2a.ni 46 Cowra ... ... Air. 8 10 12 28 Stop . p.m. „ ;.. ...Dep 8 50 1 12 40 1 66 Wftttacuadarra ... a ' ... 84 Koorawatba; ? 4 48 1 80' 69 Orowther % ? ' a 74 Bendick Morrel ^,. a ?? 80 Monteaglo ... ... a .;. : 90 Burrangong ? a «2 Young ... ...Arr. 6 20 ' 2 60 „ ? Oep. 6 66 8 0 &©3 Kiug6vale ... .. a 130 Demouarilie ... ... 8 10 S 60 II? J Murrumbnrrah ... a a M^flardeO; ... ...Am 8 SQ 4 5 ? UUWN. ? ? a.m. pirn. — Hirden ? Dep. 6 20 9 10 2 Murrumburrah ... a .a. 8 Demoadrillo ... ... 6 48 9 80 10' KipgEvale ...... a a ' 21 5fo'ung ... '...'Arr 7 61 10 20 I , „ ... ..Dap. 8 6 10 25 23 Burrangong ... ... a ft' 88 Monteagle ... ... a a 89 Bondick Morrel ... a a 44...

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

.*.:j.--L WAT T I M E T.A 1} L £? -. :'v ?; -: -. -. ?./ rXJA'S^;- .;' . w...';j' «»??-:,. Button. ,| i-nift. , | ym.. - -?4'j J'-iinfjr ... ? Dep 1015 | V 1) * HdmVborti... ' ? „. ... ? 4« Onnrilfs ... ... ? :1*' iP«rr»mitt».,. ? „ ... ' 8£J -*»; 8Uokto»u ? ? ... ... .fflSa/R*.tj,H,il ? ? ... ... *9. Si'.'Vujfr ? ... ... ... «4 '**«»*— ... ;.. ...Arr. 1125 9 0 '* ;. ... .:. ...Dep. n so 9 a - ^wr,l Sieu*«»1d« ... ? 1135 fl lPo *0 ( Lnoinfill. ? o ... . 49. Otentm«ok ... ? U 60 ... '?? -*i' BUiUtii ? ... ... 11 67o I _»';a&Wgkr ? , o ?»»? TheT«Jl«|- ? .». ... i« S« ... -« Bpringwood ... ... ... it.li ... fP Faulronbridge ? It 23c Sit KumtnlU ? '.. ... '« , *» Linden ? 12 31 ' 6* Woodford ? it 45a ... *8 Haialbrook ? a '63 Uwtn ... ,.. ... .... 14 10 30 ?81 WwHrtrljFalli ... ... 120 ... ' -8 Kdaomha ? 1 89 Tl 6 70 Med'o* ? a » BkckltB'h ? 8. U 20 W, K*n*TJoU«ta ...[^ »£, I} ^ TU ITurtlej W.» ? 2 39a Is U.n- 83 Bell ? ? £46 la 8 *88 O »r?i» S^ing.;. ? 3 2 12 24 *J Zi«Z *...-.....

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 February 1898

THE . new, remedy, .^ic.TORX. CCEE: JPQVL TOOTjHACHE AND^EUiULGIA., curesthe woretcase within ten minutes, ' ' '' ''' ?' '-: Innumerable Testimonials. '?? ; ''?:' '?'? ;i A considerable number of oar -customers li.iye ; alraady tried the ue^r rsmedy, YiotoryCare ,£or Toothache aud Neuralgia, and, jiaye in every, in stance been enred; It is certainly a most woaierTal i smedy, and -wft tr'astlt will become Widily UhbwV '. ' ? ?'??;''? Hush JfosroostBRie, ; . . CHABLEStoBTZX.il;;., . Jcsbpij Oos)f35, , ^ ; : .. .. S Coombs.''.!.', \'-'.'- Abtouu' fe. 'Cjioiins, ! 11 ''' '' '?'' '?; ' StorBkee'psrs.'&ISfaiau.^ ?' The ftbore. Earned}' can be liad at tlie Office of llili Paper. . . \,, ,;.:..?!, ;.; ,.„.. ; ...... calitiesi.fttwprk for us. New business,- AH. nieet with waudfii-fiU success. ' A-oyoaeismi -^o'tlie^woVk. You- dout need capital, oi-, about Uie «(iine ns noii'e. : Wo wiirsUirtyon.! No fpai-e to oxplHin !]er(?.; Aidi yoiucau. niaL'e u: sutis litilfl f-iruitib -liifnfirf...

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 February 1898

BtAYSEY POST OFFICE. , i . . ABRir.»T..CH» MAILS. Dai'y (Sun Jays eicepteri) frjm Sydnoy, .BMiiiiit, GranTillo/Gjulburn ,Uarc!e:i C reo'ar, ilandur ama, L3ndhuret, VV.olefock, Gunknd, Cown, B^owr.'sO-cel.T.P.O. No. 2 Wat, X P.O. Kc 2Sou-li, O tjul'mk. From Norton,' Barry', Shaw, ' Seville, an 1 King's PUine on Inradiyr, 'i'bura-juyr, and Sa'a^-days. Frjm O-«ghim:t -vn nud \r ttoiii on \V. d^e.daj-! .« d Salurdir?. : ' DEWBTCKE OF SI1ILS. ' Daily (Sunlnj* cic )-*d) to Sydney, Babu.st, Ooulbur', Harlen, Gr.ii!Til-, Oarc«r, AI*u Cowra, Bro»n'« CrrcV, Ort n P^rfr, I'. P.O. ' Jf'j. 2 Wett, JVP.O. N .2 So th. To Kjrtin, Ntvil erShttw, Bam, -and Ki g'a Pl.ini ?on Tuesday?, lli.rsd it , nii(IS»turdHjp. To Gregbiimstown and Viuoiia on \Wdn rdiyjand Saturdajs. . ... . '; ? . Phskc PosrvcE., . ? ;i: .-. Tlie rate of postage, under tlic cDnlitioos b£,£he Act, on letters posted in the distrist Iiom and to nny of the following post offices is Id :— BWry, Blayney, Brovrn'a Creek, Burnt Yards, Cadi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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DISASTROUS FIRE AT DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

BtSASTROUS FIRE AT DUBBO, A dis'islro'js ftra b,rojie out iu Mrs. Sulliv an's fruit slio.j, (Jiiurcli-street, shortly after one on Monday morning. In tho space of an, hour.i^xl? tjUe block was destroyed. The switch atteti'lant at the Tejeplip.no Exchange noticiun; the flames, immediately called up the police station and the gas works. '- In a short spa :e of tiina the whole -police for.ee under Su\i-In^pector Cameron and Sergeant Butler, together with the. Municipal men, were on the spot, and qn efficient supply of water brought to boar but rifiUung could be dope. ijrs, Sullivan escaped just as the building 8; WQQden one, crashed in.' In a few minutes the Dubho ' Dispatch ' uowspaper office on one side and an unoccupied brick dwelling house on the other side were both iu flames. . A fierce easterly wind which arose carried the flames into the adjoining terrace of two story brick buildings occupied by Mr. Chas. Smith, boarding house keeper, VI r. C. F. Perkins, music teacher,, aud Mr...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BATHURST DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST. (Before His Honor, Acting Judge Merewether. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

BATHURST DISTRICT COURT. Tuesday., February 1st...' ? (Befoi-e His Honor, Acting Judge !l Mere wtt her. ? ' Albert Eugene Lse Mausell'v.'Mrs: Rogers. Cliim for £15, balance of money lent.-. Mr. A. G. Tuompsou appeared for defendant, who pleaded not indebted. The plaintiff, who was formerly proprietor of the Blayney ' Argus,' slated that he lent defeu3dat £25 £10 of which o:ily hai been paid off. -His wife had no authority from him to 1'eceite moiHT on his account. Julia R igers stated that plaintiffs wife w.ts her daughter, from whom .she h:id re ceived £25 iu 1893; ' aud the naouey bad siuce beeu paid. She received a letter from plaintiff in 1896, in which the amoun' claimed was £8. She. had no transactions with plaintiff. The receipt signed by her' daughter was given hsr in 189C. She never received any other receipts, aod the outproduced wss iu couBequeuce of a threatening letter fr m plaintiff. The £8 wae paid in Ihe presence of another witness. To. Plaintiff, I swear that I pi»i...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAD FATAL ACCIDENT AT BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

SAD FATAL ACCIDENT AT BATHURST. At the oonclusion of the Mounted Biflos firing competition nt Btthurst on Saturday, Private K. Muutz, of (he Molong HalE-Gompany ot Mounted Rifles, and nne of the group of four who won the first prize at the meeting, received injuries which proved fatal. On returning from the rifloirangr, he tried to put his horse over a fence, but the ani mal struck the obstacle, with the result that both were thrown violently to the ground, the rider re ceiving a Sbvere scalp wound, which rendered him unconscious. Ha n-us taken to an hotel and atten ded by Drs. Machuttie and Rirst, who performed oh operation, but without success. Muntz died on Monday morning without regaining consciousness. He »T.Vfl67»o™Wng»,»ii«I*e~or1he colony, and was one of the Malong contingent that went to England to take part iu tha record reign celabra lions, and in the procession was chosen as a me:nber of the Qaaen's special bodyguard. Ha was very popular among his comrades, and was regar...

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

POLLING DAY. Monday next is polling day for the pur pose of electing three aldermen . for the Blayney municipal council. There are fire candidates in the field, and it is to be hoped the ratepayers will sink all personal feelings in the matter and select the 'three D3st men I/O rcprcaoub' t-uoui m ui« vuuuuu* xuo polling 'booth will be open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., instead of 3 p.m. as heretofore. The contest is likely to be very keen, as great interest is being taken in the1 matter, and our only hope is that the best men may win.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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