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Railway Sensation. THE WESTERN MAIL ON FIRE. BOURKE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

: : ? ? 3 ? Railway Sensation*. THE WESTERN MAIL ON FIRE, Bourkk. Mondav. A sensational occurrence was reported to-night^ the Western mail train having caught fire when within £7 miles of Bourke; The fire originated in a tarpaulin-icovered truck of chaff, and rapidly spread to a truck of furniture. The flames, burnt n.roeiy, lasuaa ay a lerrrac winu, ana wnss tne. train was' stepped the whole train was in imminent dinger of destruction. The trucks and their contents were soon a seeth ing mass of flames,- the onlookers being ; simply powerless, in the absence of any material with Which to, battle with the fire. Things were *p pioaching a criiis when Mr. Dwyer, the owner of Alulga No. 1 pastoral holding, drove tip from his. homesUad clobe by. Taking in the situation at a glance he. offered, t^he use of- a stout wire rope and the offer was ioiiTi?di^tely availed of. - -In the. meantime the trucks and passeuger cars on- either aide were uncoupled and run out of danger. The. rope was the...

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 — 3 December 1898

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Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

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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

TOOTH AO if E. THE.* *ew remedy, VICTORY CURB FOE TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA, cures the worst cass within ten minutes, ; iBniimerable 7eatimoniala. . ; A eonsiderable number of our customers have already, triad, the new remedy, Victory -Cure for Toothache and. Neuralgia, and have in. every in atanee been cured. It is certainly a most wonderful eaaedy, and we trust it will besoms widely knon*. Hdoh Monioomebje, Chables Pietzk a. Jobbph Cooubs, S Coombs, ABTaoa G. CooitBS, -Storekeepers.Marulau. The .above Bemady aan be iiad at the Office of his Paper. calities. at work for us. - '-Me^a^eBsl. AH meet 'SFjtH ?wofldieriul.TBUCc^ss. Anyoue can do iiie Syorifl , Tpu.^oni need ? 'cWpital, or about the eame ae none.. ' tVe willscart you. No- epace -to expiain lierek But you can ihakfi a snug : little* fortune -honorably 'and eaisiiy. t Tbe jBUtployment' 'is '.particularly adapted to the region in which tine publi catipn circulates. Boys and girls earn near ly as much as men. Full particular!; ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. abutaIi of itAixa. Daily (Sundaye excepted) from Sydney, Batbunt, Granville, G julburn Harden, C -reoar, ifandur ama, Ljndburat, VV. o i&tock, Oarlund, Conra, Brnwc'e Oreek, T.P.O. N6. 2 VTe-t,' T.P.O. No. 2 South, OitonPaik. From Norton, Barry, Shnir, Neville, anl .King'a PJaini on Tnetdayp, Thuradayr, and Saturdays. From Q-eghumi t j w a aud V.ttorU on Wt'duesdaye and Saturday ». DEPABTIIBB OF jtltLS. Daily {Sundaja -xc p-d) to Sydney, Ba'hu 6t, Oouibunr, Ha r Jen, Gran rilfe, OaVpiHr, Min durama,- Lyndhur»t, .Wooiatjct, .GUrU d, Oovrra, Bronn'a Creek, Ortm Park, T.P.O. Sj. 2 Weitj T.P.O..N1. 2 So th. ? To Norton, Nevile, Silaw, Bmrri, and King's 'PI -ini- ohTueadaji, lhor»d«y', and daturdafj. To Qregbamitown and Ttttoiia on Weda.rdaye and Saturdaji. . PeBHT PoBTiGB. The rate of poitage,' under the conditions of the Ask, on lettera posted' in the district ftom and to any ofihe following -.post offioes is . Id Barry, ^Blayney, Brown'a Creelc, 13urnt Yar...

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

Thin, Weak, and Debil itated. A Sufferer from Diarrhoea. DR, WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS EFFECT A WONDERFUL CURE. ' For irom 25 to 30 years I suffered' from ehreaie diarrhoea.' So said Mr. W. Fihner, a highly respected com positor, of Abbot' Street, West Maitiaud, N.S.W., to our reporter. 'At tunes I was affected in a most alarmiug maaner, and aotwiths tending all toy care with regard te diet, etc., I suffered terribly. I felt away to a mere skeleton, grew weak, lest all oenfideaee in my powers, and, finally, got so debililated thai after an attack I hare been seised . with fainting fits whioh left me iu a prostrate and helpless con dition. My medical adviser ordered a change last November, '97, as a last resource. During my absence from Maitliud I met a friend in Newcastle who bad besn a sufferer in the same manner as my self for 10 years, aud on his advice I resolved to give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a trial. . In January '98, 1 procured the pills, aud the result was most satisfactory fro...

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

Religious Uispute at ? Orange. * ' ?-'. ;y A petition signed by'C50 resi a«»tts ' bf - Lii ck n 0 w has bsen forwarded to the Minister far Public In struction praying that permission be. granted Evangelist Matthew Walker to give religious in struction at the Luokuow public* sehool. Mr. Walker, when connected with the Orauge circuit of the Wesleyaa Church, as assistant to the 'Rev. F: Golwell, conducted the Bible classes at the school. uui recently nc was retieveu. 01 omce owing 10 me eircuit ' being unable (? support . more than on* minister. This decision oaussd some difference of opinion amongst the Wesleyan bsdy at Luekuow, aud, in consequence a large number resolved to support Mr, ..Walker in the conduot of services independent of the church. He 'has since held regular services in sue of the public halls to large eougregations. When Mr. J. Garrard 'paid a visit U Orange some months ago (he was then Minister for Publie Instruction), it was represented to him that as Mr. Walker wa...

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

A Girl's Terrible Ordeal. An extraordinary affair ia reported to ; have OLCiiri'Cil in Sydney last week. A j yhuiig Iftiiy of 23 years, exceedingly attras- I tive, daughter of u highly-respected family of Paddiugton was engaged to a young man well-known aud generally csteeme.1, and the marriase »#i fixed for a certain dav at St. Patrick's Cliui-ch, Sydney. The bride and her irieuds and the friends of the bride groom all attended but the bridegroom him self failal. After waiting for soma time with sensations of the nnst unenviable chara-jter, a hoy brought a l- ief note, which he said a man gave him in Titt-dlreet, saying the bridegroom bad takeu ship fur America. This, eventually, was . proved to be true. Thoiutendel brijo was sadly distressed at. tliq teirible ordeal sho was forced to nadergo ] and bsratne seriously i 1. After a fow days 1 her. boJiiy health improved, hut hsr oisalal condition ,ia still disirestrng. irhQl^dan^ apparently brutal action is ijuite uaaccoab table. I3« ...

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

Suicide at Forest Reefa. In oar last issue we mentioned . that ' it was re ported to the police that au old resident of Fotest Rteft named Frederick Gaiusford ha j been found deid in a stable, under circumstances that pointed to self-destrnction. On Friday the coroner, Mr. J. L. King,, held an inquiry on the body, and the jury relumed a verdict of suicide while suffering from the effects of drink. The deceased was a j native of Bradford, England, and was *69 years of age. He leavea a wife and family of nine. One of his sons follows the occupation of a jookev and is well known in rasing oireies. Gainsford was at one 1 time in the Imperial army at the Cape and left! there for Victoria, where lie was appointed Gold Commissioner. After this ha came to New South Wales, where he joined tho police. On leaving the foroe he took up his residence at Forest Reefs, where he resided until his death. The following is the evidence 'given at the inquest :— Constable John Riley said : From informati...

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

Facts are Stubborn. IF BLAYNEY PEOPLE ARE NOT CON VINCED BY LOCAL TESTIMONY THEY DIFFER PROM OTHER;; PEOPLE. ;i Our readers have noticcd how in the past two years 'cures' have multiplied very fast in the newspapers and the public are be coming sceptical. Facts are demanded, but it has become essential to know who supplies them and where they are from. : People will not accept incredible cures- from tbe other aide of the continent. They want it from home. ' Give us some neighbour, then t will .believe'.'. is what is asked -for. Doan'i Backache Kidney Pills do this. Call it whkt you like home, local, or neighbour's testimony, you can always ascertain the truth of it without leaving the city limits. Read this case. Mr. R., Harris is a miner living on the Orange Road this town, and is well known in Blayney. His account runs as -follows : ' Some years ago I was struck on the small of: the back by a quoit whilst playing a n&ateh, and ever since I seem to have had urinary troubles....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lawn Tennis. BLAYNEY V. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

Lawn Tennis. BLAYNEY Y. CARCOAR. A tennis match was played at Carcoar on Saturday last between the Blayney .and Carcoar tennis clubs, and resultod in a win for Blayney by 10 games. The play throughout was good, aud was witnessed by a large number of spectators. Following are the scores ; — Mixed Doubles. Mr. D. McDonald aud Mrs. Pile (Blayoey) v. Cauon Shaddon and Miss McDermott (Carcoar), 6—4. Mr. H. O' Mara and Miss Swift (Blayney) v. Mr. Black aud Miss Tendered (Carcoar), 3 — 6. Mr. L. Jobusoa and Miss J. Woolley (Blayney) v. Mr. Short and Miss Fowler (Carcoar), 0— 5. Mr. G. Pile and Mrs. McLeod (Blayney) v. Mr. Osborne aud Miss Makeig (Carcoar), 6—3. Gents' Double. Messrs. Pile wod O'Mara (Blayuay) v. Canon Sbeddou and Mr. Short (Carcoar), 6—2. Messrs Johnson and Pile (Blayney) v. Messrs. Black and Osberne (Carcoar), 5— C. Ladi's Double. Mrs. McLeod and Miss Woolley (Blayuey) v. Misses MeDermott aed Pendcred (Parcoar), 1 — 6. Gents' Singles. Mr. O'Mara (Biavncy) v. Canon Sheddou...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Stella. THE CHAMPION HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

Qeath of Stella. THE CHAMPION HUNTER. People throughout New South Wales will never again have 'the pleasure of seeing good ? old Stella,- or even her like, again perform in tha Jshow rings of the culouy ; and they will deeply regret to learn that the mare was shot at Blayney on Thursday. It will be reuaeiubered that Stella met with au. ucci I dent at the Wagga Show just twelve weeks ' ago whilst jumping, and was brought hema to Ulayuey and was well atteinledi 10 by a veterinary surgeon of Bathurst ; but the mare was smitten with an attack of diabetes, with which she lingered until. Thursday, when she was destroyed. The end was a pathetic one ; the good old mare had the instincts of a human being, and her owner, Mr. W. Whit-taker, felt the parting very keenly, - ' Stella's career will speak for itself. Her, record shows that -she has won 243 firstl prizes and 94 secofid -prizes throughout the colony. Bhe defeated Fairfield twice, and was leading that horse by two points at [ Wagga wh...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

The income of the Emperor of Russia for one day is £6000, that of the Sultan of Tui key, £3600 ; while the President of the United States gets about £26 a day. Il is calculated that the total value of matchcs manufactured yearly throughout llw. ;« nnnrlv j.01 000 OOO. The Chinese aro shown by statistics to be longer lived tban any other nation, which fact is attributable to their abstemious ha bits and their remarkable freedom from phthisis, or pu'nionary consumption. It is calculated that some 10,000,000 colored photographs of the Queen, the Prince and Princess ol Wales are pr.iducad an nually, aud find a ready tale all over the world.

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

Sfandurama. [?(?BOM OO R CORRESPONDENT.! A visitor from the old country, JMr. A. Murray the eldest son of Mrs. Murray of Burnt Yards, ar rived hero from Scotlard a few days ago for the purpose of seeing his mother, brothers, and sisters, who are residents in this locality. When Mrs. Murray left the old country for these parts she left liim. her ouly son at the time, with hor mother. and she has never seen him for nearly SO years. The excitement hfcs been too much for the old lady, whs has liken very ill. A number of the most prominent residents of Mandarama were present at the social an 1 presen tation tendered to Mr. T. B- Hockiug, late manager of the Gallymont mine, list Saturday night. Mr. J. Pagau fiuished shearing ou Thursday, tha olip considered a very goad oec. Nuniberl pf entries h»ve been received for the coming races. Tfee committee have made arrange ments for -the erection of thi/ies with eomf»rUble seats, so that visitors to the course will not be compelled to etand out ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

Young Arthur, who is forbidden to speak 1 at table, had his revenge. At dinner he was very uneasy, and finally said : ' Mamma mayn't I say just one word ?' Mamma: 'You know the rule, Arthur.' Arthur : ' Not one word ?' Mamma : ' No, not one, my dtar.' At a later stage Arthur was asked wlmb he had wished to say. ' Oh, nothing,' replied Arthur, ' only Mary put the custards outside on the window j to cool, and the cat's beon eating 'etu all tlie time. Six thousand p^op'e sleep in tbu open air in London every night. Icebrrj-s in the Atlantic sometimes last for 2^0 years.

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

Brown's Creek. [FROM OUR OOttBKSPOSDKNT.] The first of December is anxiously looked forward to by the residents of this centre, as this is the date on which the new Brown's Cceek Company's time expires. It is now two years aud a half since any work has been done. The manager has been appointed but at the present is on one. of the Company's properties in Western Australia awaiting instructions to commence operations. Thero is a good deal of sickness prevalent here, measles being one of the many. Two very old residents uro at present confined to their rooms sufi'ering from rheumatism. One of them has been suffering very acutely during lho last few mouths. Everything around is looking at its best, but a good downpour of rain is needed to liven up the grass which is going ' off' very rapidly. Hay-making has been started in' the vicinity, the prospects being above the ordinary character. The shearing has been completed by those who had a fjew sheep. Miss Swinney, the assistant in our Pub...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 December 1898

I be car ifiliondon, aad have been awarded 1st irs ize y pals toe If Bryaut ai'd.'May s Was Vestas bears tlieir[name, on W4 * ^'Sl Mown red, blackAand' htue cstM-^rad|rSai^& Ask for -Bryant'and Mayie: W;u*. :y?6sta8v ? stcd do uot Wyetfeivea^ljy l^Miiterio^rtiSle'.?-'

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

Wedding Bells. A very pretty wedding was celebrated on Tues- day, 22nd instant, at ' Kibah,' Carroll, the resi-   dence of Mr. W. T. Keys, the father of the bride,   when Mr. J. I. Links, solicitor, of Gunnedah, third son of Mr. John Links, of Carcoar, was   married to Miss Edith Keys, eldest daughter of Mr. W. T. Keys, , of ' Kibah.' The wedding ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Dean O'Sullivan, took place in the drawing room, where a nuptial mass was celebrated. The room was transformed into a little church and was tastefully decorated in white. And everything was so in   keeping that it might well he termed ' a white wedding.' The bride, who was given away by her father, was dressed in white corded silk, trimmed with lace and chiffon, aad wore a very pretty white hat trimmed with chiffon, the usual veil being discarded. She carried a handsome shower bouquet. The bridesmaids, Miss Links (Carcoar)   sister af ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Queen's Private Rooms. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

The Queen's. Private Rooms. The Queen's bedroom, more than any other room, is, in this sense, her chief trea sure house. For this reason imperative orders have been given by the Queen herself that or no consideration must her bedroom and dressing room be shown to tin public eye. In tlie top left hand corner of the White Drawing-room ii a secret spring, faced by a rmgaificent cabinet and surmuuu ttuy of the wall would scarcely reveal the foci of what lies beyond. But the initiated hand c&n. in a moment effect a miniature transformation. One touch, and cabinet, mirror, and all open intact into a smaller room lieyond. This it the Queen's private closet. The carput herein it sacred to Riiynl feet. ' No visitor or guest ouuidu ttia pale of the Ror«l family u suffered to tread tho pDtiiucts of this room. It is exclusively used by Her Mtjesty, anJ those membars of her fu'iiily wh-j ard going with her into the throve rojm tu ajsUt in recsiviu^ foreign a'iib»siivlor.-, ' auJ Ctioio ....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Educate the Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

Educate tbe Girls. There is a delusion that, with most men, ignorance is womin's greitest charm. A man may not like his wife or Ins sister to display more knowledge than he himself has, but every man does like intellectual sympa thy.' The wast conservative! man's ideal of woman require! above all that she be charm ing ; that she should please ; and there is something absurd in the notion thst educa tion will interfere with this ideal. But a ffirl'ft milnrat.inn ir nnfc thrnwn amf if sK» should choose to quietly settle down after graduation to be the guide of a home circle. She may be a greater benefactor than one who bacomes famous through scientific dis covery. The study and practical care of the needs and comforts of a home and the edu cation of children is the highest and grand est opportunity yet afforded to woman. The world may take care of itself, but the home can not. Let the girl grow naturally, as we o tho boy, and give her the benefit of the broadening influence of public ...

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