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Wasn't Good For Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

Wasn't Good For Ellm. Ho got home late, his residence being in Redfern ; but his little daughter, named Ruby, -was still awake, and inquisitive, as usual. Ho lifted her up and kissed her, and as ho put her down, she said : ' Papa, do you have to work at nights ?' ? Sometimes, mv dear,' he replied. 1 Why, Papa ?' she asked. ' To get money to buy my little pet clothes,' he returned. ' And toys ?' she went on, ' Yes ; and toys.' She thought the matter over for a few moments, then she said : ' I don't think it's good for you to work at nights, papa.' ' Why not, my dear child ?' he asked. 'It always makes your mouth smell like tbe bung-hole of a b*er-barrel !'

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 — 26 November 1898

An Exceptionally Strong 1 Case fur *5ile Ucans. i-nfi^j&ecEijp: where 'three ' DbctORS AND 'PiVTlSNT MEDI CINES' UTTERLY FAIL. ? I Hearing of a rrmarkahln cure effected by ; JGile B(ian«, n .Me'ibourno n-porter called on ?lheaubj»t:f, Air.. J. R. S »phw-R, 24 Br uniting Sueet. St' -Kilda, in ordar to hear ftom ijh&i gentleman bis own version of tlie case. 'Mr Stephens/ having called his amiable wife into the-drawing:room, freely entered into conversation regarding his marvellous cure. ?' I believe,' said, tllo' reporter, 'that you were a sufferer from severe illness previous .to trying Bils Beans for Biliousness.' 'Yes' replied Mr. Stephens, ' for eight weeks I was a viciim to insomnia and severe pains in the back, tha arms, and sides. Indeed, the who'e system was out of order and generally run down. Although able to take food occasionally, I received no nourishment from it. Amongst' tlie many distressing symptoms of my illness, I, may mention bad breath, dizzineso, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

Qommereiat. J. S. Lkkd.-- ft Co. Fat CaU e. — I'-D y r el. The market opener V -11, lint «9 sales jro^resae.l p ici»a heq.im* eis'0~. ! {jjjd ijiuditv-fn-ule 1 Is to \V«* *o d -10 u^liocka lur Mi J .a. Lifrda L lie nv. r agiag £4 12s 61; JO Danbnr Bros. »t El 5-; 15*tnerp ?nlijij'fciji for-;-Mes*)ra Fjiher K»ni«-Jv. cotes lut,. Mr^tillon. to £3 15- : 1 «oi»TOf ' (range 4bBtite?)' 1?* '1 c jw : f t jlr J iorpv, Lt3 i9j.fc . C -,| ( 1 - ?,it ih.vp, 7 JO y u.Jel. ,'Tiie jn'vket'Vas^duU. ^ qil lrr gg-» 1 1 ro ighout. We soft — J J ) .cro.'^bre 1 ? i --rn -vptlnTs for Mr .[.Hemp Ul.-isspn, Cargo, to 7s , 410 merino -du-i wet'iers {or Mr H. Ford. Am aoo, it 5s 9 1 1 a G * ; '43 U:0--s far Mr Jus, OrtJuuHi* 4s 6.1 . .1Q3 e^yes and wctli rs for ilr -J. Gavin. at 4.-- to 4? fid. Horse*,— Sa|ei veryjargely attended. No .good pnrta yarded. VYe aolri gJ head, on account of Mews I vara, Mivphy, t-iharpo, Oaristy, aid -others, at prices ringing . from £'2 to L6 8s ; also, on ac daunt of \fr (J. C...

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 — 26 November 1898

Unity is Strength mar indeed by said with regard to Hollo way's Pills and Oint ment, for wliei) used together, they are re markable in their oifccts upon disease. No matter how stubborn tho symptoms may be, they cannot long withstand these remedies. AH *uff«re'rs, whom other treatment has f«i;IeJ to relieve, should try tho celebrated Ointmentj which vrill strengthen and cure them. Tho Pills recommend themselves to she attention of qll sufferers. No injurious cnnsequi'iices pan result from their use j no mistake can be lflada iu their administration In indigestion, confirmed dyspepsia and chronic constipation, the most beut-Ccial ejects have been, and always must bi', ob t'linud from the \vholesonie power exerted by r.hesu purifying P-ills over the digestion. Tnu uir.y of D-v-'HScu?:, in Syria, is so j «!i.-i.i:it thai no ruci/ir) of its -J;igi.'! be di-.covt-ivil in any wriiter\ histories. f ne Q iea.i of Aliid .gisoar drcsseg Jn cli a Pans mode, but f.ods baref.»!-t. A whistling ee...

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 — 26 November 1898

WESTERN PRICES. Slipper, ^Thursday night. Redfcrn— Onions, . See Lee. Wellington, £5 7b *nd i'5 (ij { Fung L»e, £5 6s; Wong Ah Lee, passed ; Ah L»«n, £5 Is and £6 7a ; Lewie, £5 4a ; Sing Lee, £q la. Hay, L^wis, Newbridge, pissed. Cliafl ; McDerroott, Spring- Hill, pissed ; Neil, Narromine, 3» ; Hill, Narromine, 3s 3d ; O'Neill, passed, ? k Mr H. H- Girder, wheat broker; Sy-lney and Melbourne, reports as fallows November 24. — Wheat Has uot nuUiia|Iy changed siiiee my last report, niy sales since then being at 3/3 f°r prime. 9/2 for average, and less as per quality. Very little new grain has as yet come to hand, but that little has brought the above pricos on a level will) the old crop. The market his ft steady fooling in I he meantime ; hut buyers are looking to buy lower as saou as deliveries exceed actual daily wants. A moderate intercolonial export demand exists, but Melbourne is. still taking most til the business, being rather under Sydney and having Stocks available at the so...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women not Required in Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

Women not Required in I Politics. A writer in tho 'Sunday Times ' says ; — Permit me to offer a few roasons not ' Why Women should be Pushed Back,' but why they should not become voters. Women as a body do not demand or care for the suff rage. Women are not naturally interested in politics, and ouri ng ;i fairly long life I never knew but one woman who would take the trouble to re:id Lhrough a Parliamentary debate. Shows their good sense. It is true, there is a section of women who are red:hot abaut obtaining tho suffrug-, but, alas, they hardly represent their sox ; rather, might 1 say, they arc those .vho by their mannUii hess are doing much io misrepresent them. 'Women in politic.! seems to mo an un necessary eletin-n', as they are, except in a few extreme casw?, well represented by their husbands, sons, and brother*, and we in New South Wales, at any rale, have no reason to complain that the iiiembei's of Parliament elected by purely male votes fail to legislate iu the interest ...

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 — 26 November 1898

(aEOI^GE ©IkB, , SOLICITOR, Commissioner f jr Affidavits, BIsAVNEy. MONEY TO XEND on approved Securities. . ,i . i

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Winding up the Watch. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

tip tl\e Watch. It is my custom to \yin i my *vatch every niglit at tea. When I jjo to bsJ I lay the w»ts!i ou a little j.abln at tlie beail ot tlie bsil. SboulJ I chanca to n-n'itu in tlie niglit I alw.ivs hear the clear, distinct {ickiil:?- K'lt o i« iiijlit recently I awoito Jin.l boarq po soun.l from' iriy £ lithfal friend. '' What !' said J, ?( is it pmible I (nrgit to win ! it ? ' To light tie c (ladle an 1 jnt tile vyntciJ to niy ear took but a miniit i. Ir.iin,' sti l ? Yos, uoing sti.l ; bnt very feebly ail I faintly.' I wouuJ it at once, of course. Then it sg jk* 0:it jil.iiuly, arousing eclioe^ in tlie stillness. ami to its uionotjnuas mu^ic I dropped o& to sleep. Tint other watch — the w.itcii in vcur bra,\st. Ab ! it doesn't il'i t- li t tli t run down, or, im iuc the pocket watrliei, wiien it utops it stops, as the fl°.:ildreu sny, ' fur koi;ps,' for go;iJ and all. Tiiero'orc Mrs Siwau (Ji.-i i lisli'i statement thai |ier *? lien t uac.1 to sti,;i lit,-a ing' c...

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 — 26 November 1898

fa@Tii©g§. Church of Esoland.— 1 To-morrow services will ii* held as follows Blayney. 11 and 7.30 ; Qreg hamstown, 3— Rev. W. I£. IJonell, Newbridge, 11; Hobby's Yards, 3 ; Nevjlle, 7.30— Rev. J. Onyons. PttKSBTTEBtAir — To-morrow services will bj con tacted as follows B.layuey, U and 7.3,0; Moorilda, 3— WESliElfA!'. — To-nt'-rroir services will h.: held as follows;— Klayaey, ll-^Rev:J. Woolnough (Bur woocl-. Garcoar, ] 1 ; Norton, 3; Blayney, 7 80 — Uer; A. S Swift. Neville, 3 — Mission Band. Mandurama, 7-30— Mr. W. R. Phoeho. Rom*.n Gatrolic. — To-morrow (Sunday) — Blayney, 8.30 a.m. ; Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Advocate mid tferald. UEASOItKS; NOT m$n.' — =0 ? . SATOBDAT, 'NOVEMBER 26, 1898.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Tale of K[?]on[?] SENSATIONAL DEATH OF A[?] DESPERADO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

A Talc of Kloiitiya.^. SEN'S ATlUNXfi T-A\ fit OF A - DESPERADO. Mr. Dave Clinton, wly» in Ills time In* Flayed lnnnj f ai tii, even to supporting tlie ite -3^T- Br*ioko, jjrcswick, Alohtgom-rj, Ant} i-thar star*, iai uened to Sydney during thrt .yri&'i- f^unr tlie, . Klon-rlyke gohlli-*l-l, wijftpe lieJi.i i g.me to .outer juto biiwifA, }iuj. ¥»as fo ced to. leave on account of tlie jlJ«css;o£ liis partner,' It's no'pt.-iutt f«»r- any but strons? .men, »yhii can suing oml unit i.tljer uarnsnipi, ne paid, jclfnttipg to ii 11 S Jii'l.iy Times ' repre sout»fciio. 1J« confirms the reports bjr uHj j fja.1 bribery which were recently published jn. thH.'t jourf}q.l, as recounted by an English- 1 uiajalaa London daily. | -' Itt tho United Stat«.s territory — Skag- w.iy, for instance — tfre people have to pro- j tect thsmaul ves, aud tlmy know what to do. j Ju the area, such as Dawson City, ! there -l-ra police and other protection, and j there is little rowdyism, hut th* miners hav...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Municipal Idiosyncrasy. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

municipal Idiosyncrasy* A.t the masting of the Blayney municipal council on Wednesday evsning Alderman Woodward had a motion to bring forward tlie object 'of which iftfi to mivke inquiries and ascertain what would be tbe expenses necessary to light the town with gas, elec-: tricity, or any other light. And no doubt a discussion on such a subject would eventu ally lead to some practical results. Our Object at |ne present tune is -not to qeal ?with the question of lighting the town, but rather to ui;ike the attempt at infusing a jittle mora light on the understanding* and peculiarities of some of the aldermen, which seein to he of a very obtuse nature. It appears that some years ago the council was dealing with the question of lighting the tq.vn wjth gas, and even went so far as to rent a piece of ground from Government on which to ereat g.-is works. Eventually, however, after going to a lot of expense, the council by motion decided not to go on with (he matter. This of course settled...

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 — 26 November 1898

m I^S^« /' ':- ?.''?A. .' -l'V- . *h'B 'flashing -fte mms oat as artr^riw^fjig«tA? uj 'sl ?jlO:!';'' ' ™-H ? TfliSln - ftnfwltf Win Binwljniilglgggl^ff r-*-; . rury pllmentMuph.- u Hettdaoliej ConsHpaUon^fHirf ??' '.-' ''-. . v .,. , ? -^ . Ml digestive faoiiblflB. ihBigatW&3ftntjftvi1h,^y!fl ? : ? . :' ^ll&ngeroaB aftlr gflftctg. TVhpn yon ftsk^pfr Bile Beans don1* be pat off with something else. It yon neel 4 , purgative ?medicine Bile Beans^nll prove «ffeolioaI when»U other medicinea faaye Deal era' G^iej?ally, orfrom .the Bile Bean Manufacturing Company, ^OMacguarie Place/ Sydney-; HMDURAfll JOCKEY CLUB AKNffALRACES Boxing Day ' {DECEMBER 26th, 1898). First Race to start at 12.30. Opening Handicap of 10 sovs., with a sweep of 5/ to go to the second horse. Distance, j of ft mile. Second Race to start at 1.30. Novel Selling Race of 8 sovs. 3 winner to be sold immediately after the race for £1,'. Any surplus to go to the funds of tbe Club. Distance, f of a mile. Thi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

BLAYNEY-HARUEN LINE. ; \ [?] . . . a.m. p-ui, — Blayney... ...Dap, ii'.'SS _ 9 65 21 Qarooar ? ? ... G 45 10 86 17 Handurama ...? ... 6- 5 '10:44 r * 19 Lyadhuret .... . ... 6 22 ' II i ' - 82 Garland... ... 'a _ a 37 Sw«n Ponds ? a . . a . -80 Wangeola ' ? a a 8B 'WooAstoo'k ... ... 7 27 11 SO 48 Holmwood ... 7 56 '12 i2a.m 48 Gowra ... Arr. 8 10 .12.23 Stop .. p. m. : „ ... ...Dep 8 50 18 40 J 60 Wattamadarra ... - ... . 64 Kooriwatba ? 4 48 1 80 69 Or&fr'ther ? ? a 74 Bendickjifiriel ... a ... 80 Monteaglo ??... ... a 90 Burrangong ... .:. a V2 Yo.ung ;^.. .,.^rr, 26 S CO ? „. ; . ...Dep, 6.56 36b 108 Kingsrale ... a 110 DehiondriHe 8 10 . 8 SO 11.1 Murrurabiii'rah a & 118 harden ,..., ...Art. .8 30 4 6 '; ' 'Dowti'v ? ; ? .a.m.- p.m. — Htrden ... ...Dep. 0 20 9 10 2 Mncrqnbarfvh ... a 'a S Detnoadrillo ... ... 6 48 ; 9 SO 10 Etagsrale ? a - a 21 Young ? ? A.rr 7 61 10 20 „ ... .. Dep. 8 6' '10 25 28 Burtangoag ? a a S3 Monceagla ... a- ? a 89 Bendicfc filorrel .....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

Ati;w AT TIME-TABLE' ' ' DO'.vv ? ? - -] I Station. . 1 Paaa. I lt»U. ' ' ».ln. [t.tn ? ? — -Srdiie/ ... ... ... Dap 10 15 1 8 0. 8 fipmrbntb ... ... ... ... , ... 18 Granville ? ? ? 14. Pair&matU. ? ? 8 21 22 ' Blacktowk .. ? ... £6' Kdoiy fl ll,..' ? ? ... * 2b &t. Miry'. ... ... ... ? 84 .PfBrith^; ? .i.Arr 11 2l j 9 0 „ .... .. ? D-p. 11 SO 8 « SG_ .Emu'Plpino . , ... ...11,88 9 10« 89' ^CMentufe1 i?.':..- -'v.. 'J? 49 Glenbrcok ? - ... 11 60 42 . Bltxlaad . ... : ... IX 57a. ... 45 Kuabar ? a pm. 4S. The Ytlley... ? ? 12 6a 48' 8prinj#ood ? ? 12 16 46 F»ii1conV-riflgb ... ? ; 12 23a 62 Furasnti* ... ... ? « 63 Xiinden ? 13 84 64. Woodford ? ... 12 46a ... 66 ; Haselbrook ? a 68 Lswiob ? 14 10 90 AS. VTantirtr h Falls ... 1 20 66 Katoomka ... ? ? 1 8S 11 g 79 Medio* ? « IS Blacll ca'.h ? 3 U 29 fl Mount Victoria ... | ^ ® 80 11 Sla 81 Hartley Tula ? 2 S$* 13 lam 83 Ball ? 2 46 IS 8 88 Olarenea -Siding... ? -S 2. 12 24 92 ZigZg ? ? .. 3 16 13 37 05 EakBa.k „ ... 3...

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 — 26 November 1898

TOOTfiiCp. THE »ew ramedy, YIGTOS'Y CUBE FOE TOOTHACHE AND NBUEALCrIA, cures' the irorst case within ten minntos, Innumerable Testimonials. . A considerable number of our customers have already triad the new remedy, Victory Cure for Toothaclie and Neuralgia, and have in every in staace been eared. - It is certainly a most wonderful enaaiiy, and we trust it will beoome widely know. Huoh Montoomebib, Chableb Pietzk b. . Jobepd Coombs, 8 Coombs, Abthdu G, Coombs, Storekeepers, Marulan. The above Batntdy a&a be had at the Office of kia Paper. A 4 Afl PER DAY to & I TO JL BL persons of ei caliti.es, at work for us. New buoiness. All meet witli wonder£ul success. ' Anyone cau do the work. You dont need capital, or ?bout the same as none. We will start you. No space to. explain bere. But you- can mak$ a snug little fortune honorably and easily. The employment is particularly adapted to the region in which this publi cation circulates. Boys and girls earn near ly as much as ...

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 — 26 November 1898

BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. . areital ox ii aiis. Daily (Sunaaya exoepted) from Sydney, Bathurct, GmiiTllle, Ojulburn. Harden, C^rooar, Mandur ama, Inndhurst, Wcoiitock, Garland, Oowra, Brown « Oraek, X.P.O. No. 2 Weit, .T.P.O. Ko. 2 Souih, Oiton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, aui Eing'a Plaim on Tueidayp, Thursdny, and Sulurdayt. From GreghamstjBn and Y ttorii on Wtdoeidaya ?cd Satardajr. ' ? ? DBCABTUBB Ot ItilLS, Daily (Sundaja eio p rd) to 8ydaey, Ba hu at, Goulburr, Harder, Grinville, Carcjar, M»n durama, Lyndhunt, Wooiet;rtr, Q-irU -1, Oowra, Brown's Creek; Ort .n Par^, X.P.O. No. 2 W«af, T.P.O. N-. 2 io th. To Norton, Ntvil'e, Sliaw, Barrv, and King'e pl-iai- oa Tue«da)«, ihuraday-, and Siifcurduje. To Gregbam-t«wn and Vittu/i* o- Wedn;tdayj and Saturday a. Pebmx PoaiiGB. The rate of postage, under the conditions of the AM, on letters posted in the district from and to 1 any of the following post offices ie Id Barry, Blaynay, Brown's Creek, Burnt ' Yards, Cadia: Carcoar, E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

' How I Obtained a Beauti ful Complexion. A LADY'S RECtPE. As all our readers, and those of the fair'sex es pecially, are particular y interested in obtaining a perfect oouip exiou, Wi have much pleasure in printing a realty good recipe sent us by Mrs. Johns, of *50 Y urong Street, Sydney. In a note to us, she says :— . . . ' I really tried everything to improve my com plexion ; my face used. to be perfectly yellow; my lips 'were bloodless and my guais white, and 1 wnp fearfully wealc— a victim to persistent, pernicious ausemia (bloodlessness). Dr. Williams-' Pink Pilie, however, gave me -t dazzling, beautiful complexion, and- made mc mofst strong and always energe'.io. Formerly, I was very thin and fearfully depressed - in spirits ; whilst tny appetite failed me altogether^. My sleep used to be restless and disturbed, and I was so tired in the mornings that I could hardly gat out of bed, and when 1 did 1 used tc lay on the sqfa feeling I hardly . cared what happened, i saw a doctor...

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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

dlandurama. [FROM ODD. COB&ESPOtfCENT.] A birthday party .took place on Wednes day afternoon. By the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Owen, of the Royal Hotel, about 70 young people assembled to celebrate the ninth birthday of their only daughter Ivy. Tbe party took the form of a picnic, which was held in Mrs. Lyuch's paddock, about a mile from the .town A number of con veyances soou conveyed the youngsters to the place, where tbe sports were held. Swings, merry-go-rounds, and feot racing were freely indulged in.. Refreshments were bountifully provided. The sports were kept up till about 8 o'clock, when the childreu were all driven home. Before breaking up they calied for three cheers for Mr. attd Mrs. Otven, Mies Ivy Owen, Miss*. Macdermott, and a number of others. Several adult visiters were also present. What might have been a serious accident occurred 011 Thursday afternoon. An old lady, Mrs. Ralton Blind, was being . driven up the Carcoar hill by Miss. Pearce, wheu the horse ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayney Police Court. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Rossiter, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

Blajacy Police Court. TriuJiSDAy, November 24. j (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Rossiter, J.P.) George Furaess and Henry Rendall were charged with breaking and entering the store of H. Tranter, at Millthorpe, oa the night of Friday, 18th instant. Constable Fletcher, stationed at Mill thorpe, deposed : Remember Saturday last, when I received certain informatian ; on that morning I went to the store of Mr. H. Tranter ; the back door 1' was &liown was fastened by a padlock which had been broken; went inside and saw behind the counter a let of clothing strewn about the floor which had been pulled off the shelving ; on tho other side I was shown the till which had been broken open and lying on its side; from here I went down to the stable at the back of the yard, in company with J. P. R. Buckley (an assistant at the store) and Mr. H. Tranter, and there saw an iron safe lying on its side ; the side had u fresh hole in it about five inches long ; there was a pick (produced) ...

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Resignation of the Governor. LEAVES THE COLONY IN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

Resignation of the Governor, LEAVES THE COLON' Y IN MARCH. His Excellency Lord Hampdon informed tbe Premier on Monday that he had for wiu'del liis resigoatiou as Governoi. of New South Wales to tlie Imperial authorities. It is understood that pressure of private affairs iu Englaud has eausod his Excel lency to surrender the Governorship, but that he will coutinue to perform his official duties until March uext, wlieu he sails for London. Lord Hatnpdeu was appointed Governor on. July 5, 1895, and assumed office ou November 21 of the Bama year— or exactly three years ago.

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