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

'Profitable Sbebpjfar^i^. Tlie./ollowing ititarjlstiag actoifnt of the ,' season's results at'lsP TSMjiti dale,' Blayuoy, the property of Mr. R. A. Marsden, sbonrs a success which caD bo boasted of on very few estates. Mr. Maredoti says '£ have just finished shearing, and had very satisfa tory results both in quality aud weight.. My floek consists of 3022 tnerinoa and 1101 cro3«l-reitJ Frota the msrioos I have clipped 71 bales ot wool (or nearly 24 bales to tue'iuUU sueep), wci^lnug 27,5631b. nett of wellgrouu, clean; bright wool, giving au average of 91b. loz per sheep. I fhink tliis average will compare very favour ably with any iu the district.' The crossbred wool tltis year was iu very light condition. From tbe 1101 I clipped 24 bales of wool weighing 76481b. nett, giving an average of-6lb.-15oz.-— ? I have a mermo eW' thit gave ljirtb to 7 a lamb, aud souia uiaa daya after. gava . birth to another ; all of tham are liviug-aiid doiug well. I have a I no n small stud of Shropshir...

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

It i« trnly s i I th -t we -i ily li-e -vh 1st »e enj'ir llli. and ti e.ij :.)? liin is ? e»j iv a gnod sm T atjs pr-irt led yoa -irK a Vut^; y of tit-: weej. in W lioh eaie th'- ' ? ig n t' in tlie to nr -o 1iOj» wiiio:i }oa -i»B d«rir« tu ? ittgh«et enja.m.u:.

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

CR1CKE r. The Young Men's' Debiting Society tctani played tlie return m-Hcli agaiust Barry on the ialtcr's wicket (which was very fast cud bumpy) on SatU'd.iv lust, atld won a close and interesting game by 6 runs. W. Toohey captained the Barry team, and VV' Mclior captained the winners. Following are tho scores ; — ' Babbit. — First innings. J. Morton, b Marshall ... ... 0 P. Toobey, b Harris ... ... . . 0 W. Toolicy, run. out ... ... ... 19 J. D.jver. c Nicholson, b Marshall ... 1 — J.. Stiff, --b Harris . ..' 0 . . . j.5. Gleailliii^bS^rsliiu'- - s 4 : , 4' J«. Williaias, uotibut .i; j 17 ;; ' A^';A. GleadhSll, c Uel!or,Hi Herrii ! :'2 K. Kable. .l) Harris .vH : ? I ! E. Dilaiiey, 1) Nicholson C .„ ? ? .. 13 . T.Salter, b Death ... .. .. 0 Sundries ? 9 . es ' - Y.M.D.S. — First innings. - W. Death, c Stiff, b Williams ... 12 S. Garlick, c Kable, b tjleadliill ... 1 .T. Davies, b Dover ... .. ..16 T. Nicholson, b Morton ... ... 10 W. Mellor, c aud b Morton ... ... 2 H. Gocfe, b Dov...

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

Blayney Municipal Council. I The regular fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday evening. Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Hemslsy, Hewish, .Pile, aud Wood ward. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COBBESPON'DESCB, The following correspondence was read : — From the Carrington municipal council, forwarding -a subscription list in aid of the late council clerk who died leaving his family in indigent circumstances, asking that members of the council might contribute to it. Received. — From the Government Printer, forwarding copy of Gazette con taining the amended by-laws, and stating the council could obtain 100 copies at 1/ each. Received, and decided not to obtain them as the Gazette did not contain what was required. From the Department of Mines, re special grant of £i0 towards ' putting the windmill pump in repair, asking by whom the windmill wat built. Received and the feting council clerk was instructed j to write and give the r...

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 — 26 November 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS.     OBITUARY.—We have to record the death   of Mr. George Larnach, son of Mr. William         Larnach, of Hobby's Yards, which sad     event took place on Monday last after a   short illness of about 10 days. The deceased was suffering from pneumonia. He was 27 years of age, and had resided in the district   all his life. He was a very popular young man, and was highly respected by all who knew him. His remains were interred in   the Presbyterian portion of the Hobby's   Yards cemetery on Wednesday, the funeral being the largest ever seen in the district. The Rev. J. Goudie conducted an impressive service at the graveside. Mr. J. Reed, of Blayney, conducted the arrangements of the funeral. Wesleyan.— The - Rev. J. Woolnough; ex-President of the Wosleyan Conference, will preach in the Blayney Wesle...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Fire. THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 26 November 1898

The Late Fire. THE INQUEST. Ad iaquiry in oonnection with thefireatthe floor mill was beltl at the Blayiiey Court House on Friday, lStk intaut, before the District Coroner (Mr. G. Pile). The following jury waa empanel led : — Messrs.. P. M Rossiter (foreman), F. Mul lon, Jno. Marsb, E. R. Hill, A. Leplaw, P. Kerio, S- Patterson, M. Watson, W.Davis, J. ltoon, M. White, and W. Baker. John Glasson deposed : Am a grazier residing at Blayney ; was tbe owner of the property destroyed; the building and machinery was uot insured ; the value of tbe machinery was about £000 ; the build diug destroyed was worth about £603 ; 1 leased tbe premises and machinery to a local syndicate called the Blayney Roller Flour Milling Cu. ; 1 had a tank erected at an elevation so that it could play upon the place if a fire broke out, and a tap open ing inside the mill ; I also hai a heze to play the water inside. To a Jury man *. The hose could ' play the water' ou the 2nd and lo*er floor ; the hose Was ' abo...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Drought Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

The Drought Couatry, ? Away up on the great north-western plains there is now going on a great struggle for very life. The fierce sun lias burnt the country dry as a cinder path, and water is not to be had. Thousands of poor beasts are perishing in every direetiou. To some ^ of the much harassed owners, who seo their | wealth slowly and painfully disappearing before their eyes, there oners just one cliauce of escape from total ruiu. And so they make au attempt to get their, cattle to the nearest railway station, whence they hope to send them to places whero nature has been less cruel. Certain concessions have Ijjen made to those hard-pressed pastoralists by the Railway Commissioners which secure thein a considerable reduction on tlie freights to and from the latter places. There is one difficulty, however, about the arrangement, which must press very heavily upon the owners. It is that the freight for the trucking of all those thousands of ani mals must lie paid iu advance. One can ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Meagher's Views of Mr. Crick. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

Mr, MeajtUier's Views of Mr. L I'Crlck. » During tlie discussion ,ia tha House on I Thursday, while tlie debate on the newly ' ! imposed duties was b ing proceeded with, Mr. Meagher, aftur a brief ' reference to ! Mr. O'SulliVan, whom lie termed ' the lop- j sided democratic arch,' said -he c -uld not uudorstaud Mr. Ilose stating that he would vote against the suj.ir duties when hp recol lected that only a few years ago lie went about the country advocating that the money should be kept in the country by developing 1 local industries. Ilis position seemed utter ly illogical. The Premier was blauied for not having disclosed the true state of the finances of the country, but, as a matter of fact, the condition of tha - finances had ouly beeu apparent within the past few weeks. Ho did not know whether the Premier was' supposed to combine the functions of a clairvoyant with his other offices. In the vote he intended to give he was -not going to make any fustian claim to be a particular ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Illustrated Post Cards. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

Illustrated Post Cards. Tn furtherance of tho plan originated by Mr. Conk duritig hid tern) of .office, as Post al ister-General, the department is about j^uiiiS! a series ofj illustrated post cards, whi«h.l|;p!^be^ij4 Pfj;P.areJ\ at tlie Govern ni iSyduey ? Tho object fii this issue is to ndyy;tise the. scenery qui! ? pjliho bai'dings of the colony through the in-vliuijijpt^E^ wlit£ftt is anticipated, will largeynvail theiiiselves of theopportu pitv thjStj'olEiredjof |igtndjngx:hanning little sou venir carda . to^'licir ftiends, not only iu the adjoining colonies, but also throughout (.he world. To this end two values of the post cards liaxe been prepared, one at Id for ill® inland and int'-rcolQuial service, and the Other at l£d for the international service. The views selected fir the \%tl .'card are ten jn nutn^er ; tll-*y are placed on the b-ick or jimss -ge r.id« «f tho card, and comprise Mositiiin's Bay, Broken Hill, Katoom'ia I'll Ik; Fiiry lie! 1 (Mount Victoria), Weop i'ig...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Working of the New Prison System. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

^0ry«g kit the New Ptisan »ysteni. The 0 impt'olWr-O^nenl of Prison - (CJ.ipt ,'i ~«i«i5t(.in) lias staled that the new sy- ^ui , - ^^t/ joted uasuciaijo n uniting pri*niter# iu f-i.i yarMnS jg9.nU of the colony was wolfing ?^driii- nbly. -The nien tiOM take tlie'r in-raU iu cells, and oiily associate when at fixer^jhw, ,a| work, and religiuus instruci-i.iu. j Be tep p.tj that bpfore tlie system c -uld bt- 1 . p.itt.-u*i,--ly Sdnpted muoli preliminary work -haj t ? b Jone in Jightii g up the various 4S.IW.' in niqrnjf ti-turiuE; fuinitut'-, and in piiier 4i*uecsary pri-parations, wliio'i would pntail not o,.ly coufidurable expense, but !nls5i corisiderib o lab-r. As the various jgjiols.liecaine .ready ,the tiew method was gradually applied- to them, until there are 310W 'sixteen - under its operation, amongst iieinj; the gaols at Bathurst, Goulburn, ^nd' Muitland. The o facers in charge of tlie .six'te-:ii .prisons referred to bad reported fiiost -favorably of the results accomplish...

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 — 3 December 1898

Sensational Mystery. We have all looked with admiring eyes upon a conjurer who deftly lingers an article with the words, ' Now you seo it, aad now you don't.' Take the canary ia th» cage, for instance, singing blithely before yo -li- very eyes one mqtnent, and then like a llisli it is gone The oracle says tbe cago is elastic ; but what, bacoiuos of the canary ? \Ye know that it is somewhere ; but it Disappeared, and we scratch .' our. heads. There is no need for Mr. B. G. Coulstou, tailor, of Mtuwellbrojlc, to scratch hu head, and look round for what be had lost, or make inquiries about tho neighbours. He just took his pen in hand and wrote to us. He says : ' It. is with pleasure I acknowledge the wonderful etlicacy of. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills in curiug indigestion. Tliey aro, indeed, iu my estimation, tbe best pill in the market. I have tried a good many patent niedicines, but yours I shall Always recom mend to. iny friends as a reliable tne licine for indigestion, biliousnes...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

ConimevcUU. J. S. I(KED3 A Co. F»f Oa'tle.— 100 ygrued. The Ettmdanpe was I«e trade jjuvin; 'killed out ciiqscd n go -4 market ii-jriK firm throughout at frouj |t5» to !7sj)Br I0JH) Sox 6°ol quality. We sold— $3 steers on account of EJxuputo.s late F. 'l'rcwcfke t-liftonGTQ»»',*l(} £4,®fcverii«w^ t'3 -Sb. ; 20 steers fcf j ^lr G.-Braqe, I,aauibal}, ;gi;4 4s; 5 co»i for J|lr. fi (i eon qt VS.' f 1 ' t?s,t dUU- tfpees lower We] (sol i—l-i) etren [of Ifr H. MoOntL'btfl'J at 4s to fis ; . |kj ev»ob iiu.l iambs for Mr. Lemon qt 5&. j iitorfi S(03!r.— None yarded. Hois «. — A'lutit 33 yarded to a xery largp atten dance of buyers. Litfht lipj^ss sold wall, making up to £11. iSo vnrdei. We Bold— Oa amount Mr Jas. Leo, liay mare tiy MylesnaOoppa ?ifeh at £11 ; Mre H.S. Griffon, biy mare £10, pur ponies £11 11a, bajr col$ L7; Messrs Christy, ifoGntilny. Lemon, aud others, 2o, heatf a( price* .. ranging irotq £3t tq L5 \Qs ; also on account of Mr ti. o'hristy, sulky at L10 1C& ...

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 — 3 December 1898

Winding up the Watch. It is my custoo) to wini my watch every night at ten. W hen I go to bad I l^y t^ic watjti on a little fable nt the head of tbe bed. Should I chance to wake in tl;e qigl|t I always heir the clear, distinct tickit|a. l{ut oi)e nijjbt reseitly I awoke anl hoard no sotjnj froii^ my fiitlifui friend. ' What 1' said j, ' ? i? it |)d§s'ble I forgot to wind it?' To l'ght (lioc'iiidlo anj'ptit'?lie'wa{ch t64ny ear took but ai tpjgati . Going stiil ? Yes,' eoing still; but very feebly ??.rwonnd.it at 'once, ot course. fiiei-'i^'tp9lc«4iat'^)iinlyi .arousing reelioes.in the . stillness, and to its monotohotls'music I dropped off to sleep. SChat , other- -watch — tha watch in vour breast. AUlTtljcjesnS'^o ta let'that Eiin jdownj -or, unlike ^f(e pqclfet' vf aVches, wlien'it stbp^ ' it stops, as the children say,* 'for keeps,? (for good aud all. Tliere'ote' Mrs :Susan' Gladdish's 'statement that her-' heart-ussJ.to stop beating ' cannot be aecep felliier.-illv'.6 She doesn ...

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 — 3 December 1898

. — j. ? ? u , . j. . 1 rr -3QQ^6B :VE?mS, SOLICITOR, , — AND.— ^ (Jommissioiier fir Affidavits, BLAYNEY. S^QNEY TO LEND an approved Securities,

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 — 3 December 1898

SJiotjTlarongli tlie Head Aq elder'j' gentleman while walkjpj.dtfwn one o£ the principal streets yesterday was alarmed ut-expkrienciiig a -sharp pain tliat . jshot right tbiouglihia head.- He knew im mediately that a lieadiiclie was threatening, and, being a man of -great \ good sense, lie also knew that^the ibtst possible reuiedy was Bile Beans for Biliousuess. These Beams, '' acting directly on the liver, give aluiost} . instantaneous rfclief in all ca*es of consti pation, ' headache, indigestion, debility, -biliousness, and similar complaints, which all have their origin in- liver derangement, .. If the liver gets out of order, as it often does in a climate such as ours, the whole - digestive system goes wrong, and as the proper digestion of food is the most sssential thidg in the sustaining of life, the conse quence of bad digestion must be most disas trous. Bile Beans will keep you wall during the trying, hot, muggy weather that will soon bo upon us. If you get sick, they will ...

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 — 3 December 1898

emiasa 7a@,Tosig. CutTECH of Eikjlasd, -—To-morro.w services will be hel6 as follows :— Blayney, H and 7.30 ; King's Plains, 3— Rev. W. K. Bowell. Hojbhy's Yards, II ; Ifowilda, 3,;. N*wbridf«, 7.30— Rev. j. Onyons. PiMtiBjnicm.VX.— To-marnmc rer ficea will bj con ducted m follow' : — J#e,j-ney, 11 and 7 ?Q ; Rrown'a Creak, 3 — Wesletas.— To-narrow acr-fices, Till b : h^t.l as follows-: — Bl«yn*y, ll i barton, S; Mandurama, ^ .30, —Rev. A. S. Si»'ift. Seville, 1 ; Galtymout, T-30— Cifiain Cock, ftjayaey, ? 3J — 8up^ly. I Advocate ami Nerald. HEA30'EES; SO.T MN,' SATURDAI, DEOEMBEB 3, 1S9S. wiiMHiiniiim ur 1 in -iirnrr-gaafc

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 — 3 December 1898

. ? ' ' a Tlx© xairenr aa»d Itw Bpeolal Vl/oarls:,' | ' ' « P^CbiD Lltor Is ai fibwu elmgulorbodjr/and ita speoial duty ia to remove nopotu and JL ? poiMnsiu matter fr«m(he blood. ' It ^*osecrets snd futiiuli$ii.TOe.blU, «i)icb ia mie k: ? ' l-of tha indliptnaible elementi'for the digestion of- food. .Theaymptomeoja contid P' ' -Sliver are obeerluhitai of mind, and perfect health fulness and vigor of tbe wholebody. -ft ' JjOm thing really may -be cerUla-^ll Anything be wrong with himor her there'll , E ... 'igiuat about five chances to the hundred there cannot be anygungelie than Hrer trouble. -Jr 1 ? -J^When'-the liverhaa gon» wrong.theayinptomB vary greatlyindittereriVperaoM.. Other JL ' ' j»-org*nt are extremely liable t*tsuffer in sympathy, and when thii happens, many mil- Ui jd gnidtd aufferenrmake the mistake of using mediaines for these 'effeoU— instead of ' J? t plying the proper remedy at the fountain kead of their suffering that ia to s»y — at ft' e Uverl'^The ' proper rem...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

«QTES AND OOMMEKTS. At the invitation of Mr. R. H. Jamieson general manager of the Now S juth Wales Acetyliqfl Gas Company, a number of the leading tiien of Bliiyney assembled; in the Town H,all an W-edaesday eyening to ss« hiin-gixfiiiu exhibition of lighting by acetv line gas- a new lllummant that promises to. he the illumiiiant of the future. Everyone present, expressa-i thera.ielves highly satis fieJ with the light. It give 1 a most brilliant white light. There were eight jets burning, und the ECa.ll was brilliantly illuminated. After inspecting the- light, th,e a,ldermen held a special council meating, at which Ur. Jamieson was present. By the wish of the council, M,r Jaiiiieson gave a brief expla nation as to tho p^'otjAbic cust of consti-uutiug it .plant for the purpose of lighting the town and working expenses necessary, which apparently satisfied the the council to such j fin extent that there is not the slightest doubt but that steps will be shortly taken t;o have the town...

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 — 3 December 1898

Mu^cijJaMtY of Blayney. TENDER a. IT'RE^f^ TENDERS are. hereby- -calltd JD for EREOTiNG a BRIDGE in Moanfc-stre^t. Eull particulars can bo ob taiuad at the Council Chambers.. , T$u-iecs, close on '\VEDN ES DA Yt 7th December. T. NEASMITH, Acting Council Cisrk, Council Chambers, Stth November, 189S.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

CRICKET. The return match between King's Plains and Greghamstown was played on Saturday last at King's Plains, and resulted in a win for Greghamstown by 31 runs. ; The scores were — Greghamstown, 1st innings 33, second innings 33. King's Plains, 1st innings 9 (6 runs ofi the bat and 3 byes), second innings 25. The wicket was a treacherous one, and several nasty knocks were received during the game. j The Y.M.D.S. (Blayney) cricket team will play a match against Neville at Blay ney to-day, commencing at 1.30 p.m. — The Y.M.C. (lilayney) team will journey to Carcoar to-day to meet a Carcoar team. Teams representing tha Y.M.DS. and Y M.C. played their second match at Blay ney on Wednesday, and was won by the Debating Society by four runs. Great ex citement prevailed towards the close of the game. The totals were, Y M.D.S. first innings 30, second innings 63 ; Y. .M.C. first ii(iiiugs 47, second innings 4a. ?

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