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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

LYMDRSTioCRIY CLUB (Registered under A.J.C. Rules.) THE ANKUAL RACES WILL HE HELD ON New Year's Day (MONDAY', JANDARY 2nd, 1899). PROGRAMME— First Race to start at 12 noon. OPENING HANDICAP of 8 sovs., se cond horse to receive 1 so v. from the prize! Nomination 8s, acceptance 4s. Distance, 1 mile. Second Race to start at I p.m. HACK SELLING RACE of 6 sovs. ; weight for age. 'Winner to bo sold imme diately after the race for 4 sovs., any sur plus to go to the funds of the Club. Nomination 10s, acceptance 5s. Distance 1 mile. ? Third Race to start at 2. ' LYNDHURST JOCKEY CLUB HAN DICAP of 15 sovs. j second horse to - receive 3 sovs. from the prize. Nomina tion 15s, acceptance 7/G. Distance, li wile. Fourth Race to start at 3.30. NOVEL SELLING RACE of 5 sovs.; weight for ago. Winner to be sold imme diately. after the race for. 1 so v. ; any surplus to go to the funds of the Club. Nomination 7/6. Distance, once round the course. Fifth Race to start at 4.30. ..PUBLICANS' PURSE (Handicap...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Mrs. Dolg. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Tbe Late Mrs. Doig. From inquiries made we find there wer« : circuni6tanceg in connection with the death of Mrs. Doig that oerlalnly reflects anything fatiit credit upon the humane treatment she rewired in the last few weeks. of her illness. Sirs. Doig had been ill for a couple of weeks ? at her. home, a few miles from Blayuey, and I irucn sue vuu appuuitmcuo nu opiiug wood, che caiuo to Blayney with the object going by train next, morning to Spring ^rood. On arriving at Blayney herself and mother put up at an hotel for the night. During the night Mrs. Doig took very ill, and the doctor was immediately sent for, who pronounced it to be a very serious case of infli^enzi qqd inflammation. And not withstanding this fact, parly next morning she was reiqovfld from the hotel to the house a Cfisidttnt: fi.on;o distance away. After f trying here for a few days she was told she ?' would W'e to styft somewliere else. This T information, -considering she was dangerous ly ill, uo doubt was the ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tragedy at Petersham. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

? Tragedy at Petersliam. A horrible crime Mas discovered .shortly alter 8 o'cldqk on Wednesday u'lght. A single woman ranted MaggloDutt and a widow, -Margaret 'Miller \ ?_60 yearsol ago. wern discovered lying (lend iu & house iu Douglae-itreet, Petersham. Tbe eider j woman is said to be the grandmother of the , younger. -- j At aboat 7-30, p.m. a man -named -Stewart Briggs ] 24 year's aid, was in the homo an J was overheard j by Miuuie Elizabeth Dutt, who maa upstairs, apeak ibgwitli both the deceased in the room telow Shortly after she heard the report of firearms aud, looking over the balcony, tavr Briggs on the foot . -path, walking avay from the houae. Descending she saw tbe two deceased lying dead in the room, each being shot through the head. She reported the matter to the police and Dr. Cinne was -sent for, liut when be arrived life was extinct. Briggs , w*b subsequently arrested at Balmaiu,fou» miles off, where lie attempted to commit suieide by jumping off Annandalo...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Blayney Public Sclioql cadets Ip.ave i Sydney tnia (Ki iday) nig to take part ] ~ju dim auuu*l ride «lio «tiug competitions. The Gowriiment Matixtician H»tiraa'es the wheat croj- t \ S W .-it 9,000 000 lnl-hels. Therp ape 11 -w 2 4n6,600 acres pii-tpr i'. iltiv*' * ia -n vhe uu -my .u co^iparuJ Y'tk 1, Jt8(-5w J it. lo95. ?\y es^st AN.^vfk'o Uer. * J, '.Spehce, 0 1 Batljijrst, will pr«ach in the Blayney Wcs leyan Cliurch tomorrow (Sunday) morning and evanipg, £)u Monday evening- the rev, gentleman will deliver a lecture on ' Hava lockj and thp Indian Mutiny.' Several ap propriate songs will bo rendered during the lectur*. . Basket Social. — A basket social, in aid of the Wealeyan Church, was held in the Town Qall on Thursday evening, and was a great success in every way. The Hall was beautifully decorated and nicely arranged for the occasion. A refreshment and fancy goodc stall were presided over by Mrs. Swifc and Mm. Cock respectively, assisted by several young ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Slinlng -.News. Notice is published in tlie Gazette that it is pro posed to cancel the undermentioned gold-mining, leases, and that such notice of cancellation . will be publiihcd in the Gazette of 10th instant (yester day): - Newbridge Gold-mining Co. (110 liability), New bridge, 4 acres, county IJatliuret, parish Threo. Brothers. T. J. W. Gilford, Carcoar, 3 acres, county Bathurst, parish Lyndhurst. Jaa. Strong, C,U'coar, 2 acres, county: Bathurst, parish Somers. Alfred Crouohcr, Carcoar, 4 sere?, comity Bath, urst. parish Somers. j Edward Lock, Carcoar, 3 acres 6 perches, county. Bathunt, parish So ners. t^ewuridge GoW-niinin^ Cj. (no -Jiabilitv), New bridge, 5 acres, county Batliurst, I'arisU Three, Brothers. John Digby, jun., Carco-.r, 10 acr^s, ccur-tj 13 ;th 'irat, pnrieli .V ni-rs, ?' Robt. Waters, Tuej.i. 1.0 . -, ---I1 ny Geur„i.iii . paris IfTuenn. J. Mcdoske; an I oth'i«, C.Licu l! , 5 o-uut. Bathm-st, parish Lyndlmrst. G. D. iSiotie, MevvbriJge, 7 acres, 38 [«rche-- rco...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

M,AYNEY-HARDEN LINK. UP. ? a.m. , p.iu, — Blayney ? Dap. 4 66 9 65 11 Oarooar ... ... ... 6 46 ' 10 86 .17 UaHdurama ... ... 6 5 10 48 19 Lyndhurst ... ... 6 22 II , 1 22 Garland... ? ? a a 27 Swad Ponds ... ... & a 80 Wangaola ... ... a a 85 Woodstook ? 7 27 11 60 48 Holmwood - ... ... 7 55 12 12a.oi 46 Cowra ... ...Arr, 8 10 12 28 Stop p.m. „ ? Dap 8 60 12 40 60 Wattamadarra ... tt 61 Koorawatha ? i 43 1 .80 69 Orowtksr . ? ? a 74 Bendick Morrel ... a 80 Monteaglo ? a ... 90 Burrangong ? a ... C2 Young ? Arr. 6 26 2 60 „ .. ...Dep. 6 66 8 0 103 Kingsvals ? a ... , 110 Demoudrille ? 8 10 8 60 111 Murrumburrak ... a a IIS Harden ...Arr. 8 80 4 5 UOWJit. a.m. p.m. — Harden ? .Dep. 6 20 9 10 2 fttarrumbarrah ... a a 8 Demondrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 Kingsvale ... a a 21 Young ? A.rr. 7 61 10 20 „ ... Dep. 8 6 10 25 23 Barrangong ? a a 83 Uonteagl* ... a a 99 Bendick Morrel ... a a 44 Crowther ? a a 49. Koorawatba ... .. € 54 11 68 67 Wattamadarra ... a-' a.m. 67 Oowra ... ...Arr. 1...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

AIL WAT TIME-TABLE' DOWW . ' **'»? I Stitto». 1 P&ga. | Jtall. B.Q)« p.lS — Sydney ? ... Dep 10 16 8 0 8 H'omebu«h ? ? 13 Granville ? ? ? 14 Parramatta ? 8 II 81 Blacktoirn ? ? ... ? . ... .25 E6oty H II ? ... ? 29 St. Han's ? ? ? . 84 EtithU— ? ...Arr. 11 28 9 0 ?„ ... ? Dtp. 11 80 9 fl 36 Emu]Plaine ? 11 86 0 10a .89- Lucairille ? a . 40 Glonbrook ? 11 60 lit i Blsxland ... ? '. ... 11 67a 45 Karabu ... ... ° ... pm. ? 48 The Valley... ... ... 1- 6a ... 48 Springwood ? ? 12 16 ,4.9 Faulconbridge ? ... 12 23a S3 ITumarilia . ? .-. ...' « ... 68 Linden ? ! ... IS 84 Si Woodford ... ... ... - ... 13 45a 66 Harelbroolc ? ? ... -*? to Iiavion ? ... 14 10 SO 6$ Weetwor Ti Falla ? 1 20 . 66 KatoomVa ... ? 1 88 11 6 70 Medlow ? ? ... a 73 Blackfceath ? ? ? 8 U 29 ir i ir- i ? I Arr 8 1 11 39 W Mount Victoria ... ^ Dep 2 8„ ^ glo 61 Hartley Vale ? 2 89« 13 la.m 88 Bell ? ... 2 46 18 8 86 Clarence Siding ? 8 2 12 21 92 ZigZig ? 8 16 12 87 .95 Bat Bank ? ? ? 3 28 12 iO 96 Lithgow ? ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

TOOTHADtfii j THE new rainedy. VIGTOBY CUBE FOE TOOTHACHB AND NEUaAIiGIi, cures the Vrorat oass .xvitbin tea minutes, - Innumerable' Tsstimoniils.' ' ' ' - A considerable number of our finstosicrs liave alraady tried. the new remedy, Victory Cure for Toothache and -Neuralgia, and have in every in staace bseu cured. It is certainly a most wonderful . emedy , and we trust it will become widely know. Hcon JIoirxoojfuniE, CHiBt.ES PtETZK r. Josspii Cooubs, 8 Coombs, Aethoe G. Coojibs, Storckeepo'rs, Marulan. The iabove Bamedy oan be had-t tlio Office o' his Paper. _ 4k A ' 'rg\: 'II yfiR DA.Y to flg V ' Y- lU .be mado by JSj l TA , person's of ei H tticr sex, iu C3K9n dM0 ' tiieir own lo calities, at vroifi for us. iiew business. All tuoet witli wondertil success. Auyoue cau do tlio we'rk.. . You dojat peed' capital, or ?bout tbo%amea6.tione. Wa^yil] start you. Ko space to explaiu here. , ; 13nt you can maL'tf a nqlig little fortune booorably aud easily. Tbc etupljijnjeiit is 'pa'tir.ul...

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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

BLAVNEY P03T OFFICE. AERITAL OF HAILS. Daily (Sundaya enepted) from Sydney, Bathurct, Granrille. G julburn ilarden, Cirooar, Maadur ama, Ljndhuret, Wiolitock, Oarland, Oowra, Brown's Greek, T.P.O. No. 2 Weit, T.P.O. Ko. 2 Soulb, Orton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, an! King's Plaint on Tuesday, Ttiuradayr, and Saturdays. Frjm G eghanutjwn and V-Uoria on Wednesdays asd Saturdaja. DJPiBTCBB Or kiltS, .- Daily (3unda;s ere p ed) to .8ydney,' Ba'hu et, Goulbarr, Harden, Granville,- Oaicoar, Mm duratne, Lyndhurit, .Wooiatyck, . GtrU d, Oowra, Broirn's t'reek, Ort n P*rl, T.P.O. Nj. 2 West, T.P.O. N i. 2 do -ib. To Norton, Neville, Sbaw, Barry, and 'King's Pl-iief on Tuesdajf, IhLnday, and Saturdayr. To Grogb»maU.wQ and Vutotia on Wedmedays and ! Saturday a. PSNNT POBTAGH. . The rate of postage, under the' conditions of the A ok, on letters posted in the distriot fiom aud to | any of the follomng post offices is id: — Barry, Blayney, Brown's Creek, flnrot Yards, Cadia: Carcoar, ...

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 — 17 December 1898

Nightmares and Dreams. WHAT THEY MEAN. ' Nightmares and dreams ! What ds they mean?' Ask Mr. Joseph A. Woodland, the well known carpenter, of Adelaidc stvest, Brisbane. He can tell you, and he'll tell you in an entertain ing fashion, too. This is what he told us the other day : — ' My sliep need to be troubled,' said he, 'with terrible nightmares, so mueh so thai I was even afraid of the night, because it brought such fearful dreams to my mind, caused, no doubt, by iny food not digesting properly. But Dr. Williams' Piuk Pills have chuuged all that.' Continuing, tie said:— '1 have been a sufferer for many years from indigestion. I never could enjoy a good hearty meal. As soon as I would eat anything a heavy feeling came in my stomach; which complete ly upset *». Tonics would increase my appetite a little, but what was the good of the food I had taken when it only made me feel worse afterwards. My sleep was broken with nightmares, as I men tioned before. I was advised to try Dr. Willi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Execution at Dubbo. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Executiou at Dnbbo. Wong Ming, a Chinaman who was senten ced to death at Dubbo for the murder of a fellow-countryman named Joruoug Jong on August 16th at Warren, was hanged at Dubbo Gaol on Tuesday morning last. The prisoner passed an easy night, a, id partook of a light breakfast this 'norning. Ho bad regained his composure, and listened earnes tly to tbe prayers of Archdeacon Wilson, by whom he was attended to the last. Before leaving his cell he expressed thanks for the attentions he had received, adding 'The Lord will take me along.' About a dozen persons witnessed the execution. The pri soner, though pinioned,, walked firmly along the passages to the gallows. Reaching the front of the scaffold, he spontaneously knelt aud repeated aloud in Chinese what seemed a prayer. He then rose and passed on to the scaffold, with the aid of the hangman and his assistant. The bolt was drawn without any unnecessary delay, and death was instantaneous. The neck was broken in two places.

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 — 17 December 1898

Night's Ilorrld Plague. KEEPS THOUSANDS AWAKE-MAKES LIFE A MISERY. You know what it is. Piles. Nearly drive you crazy. Hard to bear. Hard to get rid of. Can't find relief. nut wail- sk nnuute. lots, you can too. It's a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relief. It means get the right thing. It means Doan's Ointment. Doan's Ointment will do it. All itching skin diseases disappear Under the soothing influence of Doan's Ointment. Here's proof of it in Blayney. Mr. Peter Luck resides on Albion St., this town, and as lie has lived here all his life needs no introduction to many of our readers He says : — ' For 20 years I suf fered from an irritation, the after effects of piles. The paiti I endured was awful ; it would Leep me awake night after night. I tried a great numberof different ointments and liniments without obtaining relief. I now coma to speak of Doan s. Ointment some of which I obtained at Matthews' pharmacy through having seen it advertised. My experience enables me to sa...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Mandurama. [FBOM oirn COBBEBPOXDENT.] Tha Oallymont mine, after all rumours to th contrary, is likely \ti still eoutinue working. A largo nuinbir of man liav» lisen pat on, and the buttery is working night and day. From a chat with Mr. Eissler, it appears the prospects of the miu* have improved. Miss Catherine Rothery, oldest daughter of Mr. Rothery, died at the residence, Cleveland, ou Tuai dav last, and was buried in the family vault ou Thaxsi&y. The deceased lady was much respected by a Urge circle of friends. The work at the Public Schesl is progressing satisfactory, and the contractors expect to linisli iu ii day or two. The Public School brsaki up ou Friday for the Christmas holidays. A. little child, belonging to a family named Burke, was accideutally drowned in tho jielabula on Thursday. .. . . The Church of England Sunday school will hold their usual picnic iu January. The prospects of having a merry Christmas are very vagus. If we arc able to get any plum pudding w...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Load of Wool on Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

A Loud of Wool on Fire. That a wool clip is not always safe when sorted and baled and on the way to market was demonstrated last week, when misfor tune overtook a small consignment from Mrs. King's estate, Grove Creek, near Trunkey.n. The wool, about ten bales, had been loaded on to a waggon belonging to Mr. W. Davis, the carrier contractor, who started with his load at 3 o'clock on Tues 1. -T_„1 ? :j ? uttj uiuiuiu^, luircuuiug w reauu iievrunu^ Railway station at 2 o'clock the same after noon. All went well until . he had brought his load within three miles of his destination but at that spot Davis discovered that somathing was amiss. As he walkccl\alorij} by the side of his horses he smelt something burning, and thinking that he might have put his pipe in his pocket while it was alight he hurriedly felt them,, but there was no fire there. He then looked back towards the load and was alarmed to see smoke coming from the centre of it. He was alone on the road, and as tho fire burst...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Murray Prior Appeal Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

The Murray Prior Appeal Case. The Full Cjurt gav« its reisoas on Taos lay 1o r the decisiuu arrived at when this appeal was dis united. Tha Chief. Justice Raid that' the points reserved for the court's consideration amnuuted to a contention t.'ut there was not sufficient evidohes to sustain the conviction, and that Annie Mac c.ouald was not entitled 10 tue custody 01 uer daughter, the girl buioz over J6 years of age, and ' also that she wa« in servico. His Honor went un to review the habeas corpus proceedings, and the fact of ths girl going away with Prior, the mother fallowing and calliag out ' Stop that villain ; don't let him take my child away.' There was 110 doubt, continued the judge, that - a father, anil , in case of his death, the mother, of ru infant was en titled to the austody nf a child until it reached the age of 21 years. It was true that in the ease of a buy over.14-, or in the case o£ a girl over 10 years of age. the court would refuse to grant a writ of habeas corp...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

CRICKET. A match was played at Blayney on Satur day last between tho Y.M D.S. and a team representing the district schoolteachers. Only five teachers turned up, and the team was made up with F. Thomas, G. and W. Death, W. Marsh, E. Mellor, and L. Clinch. A strong team was therefore pitted against tho Debating Society, who were defeated by 100 runs on the first innings. Following are the scores : — Teachers.— First innings. A. NicholU, c Marshall, 1- McDonald 5 C- B. Coauell, c Coc!:, b Marshall ... 11 F. Ncal, b Marshall ? 1 ,T. Gardiner, c Mtilloa, b SIcDonald... 11 \V. Marsh, b CocU ... ... .. 34 F. Thotnsx, b Cock ... .. ... 9 W. Death, l.b.w., b Marshall. . .. 29 li. Mellor, b McDoimM .. ... 19 T. Jones, b MeOonald . . ... ... 1 L. Clinch, uot out ... ? 4 O. Death, b Marshall ? 0 Sundries ... ... 8 loS Y.M.D.S. First innings 2nd innings W. Marshall, run out ? 4 b Clinch ... 8 D. Reed, c. , b G. Death , . 1 J. McDonald, b Dsath ? 15 not out ... 12 J. Davies, run out ? ti net. out...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Paling's Christmas Annual. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Paling's Christmas Annual. We linve received from Messre. W. EL Paling and Co , the well known pianoforte importurs of Syduey, their Christmas An nual for 18!)8. In the list of contents nc notice fevernl well-known songs -&c., Her Bright Wr.ghton's favourite English h.-illai ; ' 7.' was April ' (IS, Neviu), by the ousnpo'ser nf ?? Narc fctiiis ' (water scene!-); tl.is composer's music has become very mochio den-t uil of late. ??Only r fase from Dreamland,' a pretty wait?, saug, earn# stylo as ' After the Ball,' ' After che Cur tain Falls ' Auierisau descriptive soug. 'Good Night ani Huppy Drentas,' sung bv Mr. Philip Newbury, this i* tlio class of song that has made the ' Newbury Pops' bo popular. ' ?' That's My Little Mona,' song somewhat ' similar to the overgreou ' Molly Riloy, O.' ' Star SpaDgled Ban ner,' America's National song. ; ' Sweet Genevieve,' sung so beautifully by Madame Bello Cole. Ugo Biondi's 'Gontinpiital Waiter,' sung by him iv th great success at the Tiv...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Barry. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Barry. [FBOM OTJfi OOB'&ESPOKDENT.] I noticp intlieiast issue of the 'West Maequarie ' thatr ^'the Barry ghost still haunts, the Barry, correspondent of that ever f truthful;' journal; or else the editor is a bit wrong in hii head ; or else news is a bit scarce, {ffi course certain newspaper editors, get a bit liixed at times. Howevsr, the editor of the liarrjr Blanche Gazette dcies and as * consequence be attaches blame in the wrong quarter with regard to the man wearing an overcoat and sand shoes for e'rery second person you meet is dressed in a similar manner. So it is quite easy to bs mistaken if persons are to be judged by tliiir wearing apparel. Th* writer or the party concerned assert that they know the guilty person. Then why does not the mean and contemptible writer name the man, as it would give him the chance^ of defending himself. But no, she has invited him to renew his visits, as she says she has a ' friend ' waiting to receive him. Cer tainly this is encourage...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To ilessrs. Colcmauc and Sons, Coutmntmdra. Dear Sins, — I have used the liucalypte Extract which I got from you, and am now quite out o£ it. Almost «vury possible com plaint L use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, bore throats, coidif, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, etc., -tc., and 1 da not believe there ii iiuv disease it will not cure. if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or i:ill.iined (hroat it is invaluable, having hid personal experimiee of the fact very recently. Where children or even adults are badly ati'ectcd 1 usually erect a kind of small tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on the fire, and when the water rpaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of tbe Euealypte Extract into the kettle, and attach a long tube to the spout of the kettle, nnd make the steam play about the patient iu the tent. The steam owing to tho distance it has to travul, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is uot enervating lik...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

JLawsa TTeMsias. A tennis match was j)l;iycd at Blayney on Saturday last boUvneu Biayney and Carcoar, resulting in a win for Blayney by 12 games. Following are the scores: — Mr. G. Pile :ind Mrs. MoLe.nl (BUyney) v. Mr. Dcrwin and Miss Stam-ncrs (threom), 0—2. Mr. Pile and Mrs Mcleod (Blayney) v. Mr. Osborne uua Miss Ewt-ns (Cavcoav), (i— 0. Mr Pile aud Mrs McLcod (Blayney) v. Mr. Blank und Miss l'tndrid (Carcoar), 0 — 1. Mr. Pile aud Mrs McLcod (Blayney) v. Mr. Louche and Miss Fowler (Carcoar), G— 2. Mr. H. O'Mara anrl Miss Oliver (Blayney) v. Mr (Slack and Mi«s Peedrid (Oarcuar), C— C. Mr O'Mara and Miss Oliver (Blayney) v. Sir. Oibonie and Miss Ewcns (Cunear), 6 — :!. Mr. O'Mara and Miss Oliver (Blayney) v, Mr. Louche and Miss Fowler (Carcoar), 0—3. Mr. O'Mara and Miss Oliver (BUyney) v. Mr. ljernia and Miss Stammers (Carcoar), 3— G. Mr. J. 1). MoLeod and Mrs. Pile (liluynry) v. Mr. Hlack aad Miss Pendrid Cnrconr), 2 -G. Mr. McLcnd anil Mrs. Pile (Biaynry) v. Mr Osborne and Miss ...

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