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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

BLAYNEY-H AEDEN LINE. UP. a.m. p.uii — Blayney.-.:- ...Dep.l 4c 55 9 65 11 Qarcoar ? G 45 10 86 17 ttaBdurama ... ... 6 5 10 4H 18 Lyudhurst ... ... 6 22 11 1 22 Garland... ? ? a a 37 Snran Pouds ... ... a a BO Wangeola ? a a 85 Woodstock ... ... 7.27 11' 50 ' 48 Holmwood ... ... 7 55 12 12a. tn 40 Gowra ... ... Arr. 8 10 ? 12 28 Stop p.m. ? ? Dap 8 60 . 12 40 i 56 Wattamadarra ... » 64 Koorawatba ? 4 48 1 80 69 Orowtber ... ... a . ... j ' 74 Bendick Morrel ... a ... | 80 Monteaglo ? a ... i ' 90 Burraugoiig ? .a .... j U2 Young ? Arr. 6 26 2 60 I ? Dep. 6 66 8 0 j 103 2£iug6vate ... .. * , ... | 110 Deraoudrille ... ... 8 10 8 f 0 ~ i 111 Murriimburrah ... a a | lit Harden ... ...Arr. 8 80 4 6 ' ? DOWN. ? a.m. p.m. — Hardsa ? Dep. 6 20 9 10 2 Murrwaburrali ... a a 8 Demoadrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 KingsTale ? a a 21 Young ? Arr 7 61 10 20 „ ... .. Dap. 8 6 10 25 28 Burrangong ? a a 88 Moaceagla ... — a a 89 Bendick Morrsl ... a a 44 Oronrtbw ... ... a a 49 Koorawatba ... .. 9 64 11 53 ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

A i L W AT , .TI HE-TAB L E- i ' ' : ? ' DOWN ? ' ' ** ^ ' ' ' ? I ' P**8, ^ ** r , n.lri. }mu ?' — : j'Srdney ... ...?...? Depj ID IB 8 0 8 Homrbuib ? ... 13 Granville ... ... ... ... ... . 14 Parramatta..; ... ? ? 8 21 ? 8! Ulaettoira .!;* ' ? ? ... 85 BSoiy H ll;„ ; ... ? ?... „. 29 '8t. Mary's ,.i : ... ;.. ... ... ... . : JJ4 P'BrhbjJ ...I ..; ...Arr. 11 2i 9 0 „ 11 80 6 6 M Bku'PImiib ? ... itti . 9 1C« 39 LucaiVilla ? a ... *8' Glen brook ... . ? 11 60 -2 Blfcxlaud ... ... 11 C7« 45 Earatar ? ? «i . . pm. 49 The Valley... ... ... IB 6a 48 Springanaot ... ... ... 12 16 FmuVohbriolge ... ... j.8 33a *2* Numanli* ... ... ;... ^ a ? 63 Iiimlen ? ... ... ... 12 31 ... (4 Wo'o&ord ... ... ... 13 45a 6S ;Haioibrqok ... ... ... « 68 Lairaon ? 14 10 SO CS Wsjitwcr h Falls ? ? 1 20 60 KstoomVa ... ? 1 83 11 6 ?8 Med'ow ... ... ... ... « -?3 Blacklfa-h... ? .... 2 1129 11 'Mount Victoria ... J jo ll lla 81 JTartley Vale ? 8 89« 18 la m 88 B»ll,;.. :. ? 8 46 12 8 1)8 Ofarenco S.d...

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 — 31 December 1898

TOOTHiCHti. THE new remedy, VICTOllY CUBE FOR TOOTHACHE AND NBURA.LGIA., ouresthe worst case within ten minutes, Innumerable Testimonials. A considerable number of oar customers have already triad the new remedy. Victory Care for Toothache and Neuralgia, and have in every in stance baen cured. It is oertainly a most wonderful enseily , and ve trust it will become widely know. Hcon Mohtqombbie, Charles Pietzk n Josbpu Coonns, 8 Cooubb, AnTnon G. Coovtns, Storekeepers, MaruUn, The above Remedy oan be had at the Offico of his Paper. calities, -at work for us. New buoiafess. All meet with wonderful success. Auyoue cau do the work. You dont need capital, or ?bout tlie snrne ns none, We will Btart you. No space -to explaiu bere. liut you cau in«k£ a snug little fnrntue l\onoral».v ami easily. The employment is pr^tir.ularli adapted to tbe region in wbic^ tliia publi cation circulates. Jioys aud^irln earu near ly ae much as meti. Full parlacularti aur. instructions mailed fr». Now is 'tlio...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ABEITAI. OF MAII S. Dally (sundaya excepted) frjui Sydney, Batbnnt, Granriile, Gjulburn Harden, C.reoar, Uandur ama.Tijndhursi, W. o Utock, Garland, Cowra. Brown's Greek, T.P.O. No. 2 VVejt, T.P.O. No 2 South, OitonPailc. From Norton, Barry, Sluw, Noyillo, anl King'* Plaint on Tueidnjf, Thursdny, and Sain'days. From Greghamjtjwn aud V ttoiii on \V. di.eidaya aid Satiir^a} r. BEFAETUBK OF UATLS, Daily (Sandais era p ^d) to Sydney, Ba'hu at, Goulburi', Harden, GranTille, Carcjar, M-n- durama, Lyndliurat, Woo nt.ck, G^rli d, Oovrrn, Brown's Creek, Ort-n Parf, T.P.O. Nj. 2 West, T.P.O. N ?. 2 So th. To Njrton, NrTil'e, 8haw, Uarr-, and King'a Plain* on Tureda}«, th.TSdny., and jnturdaya. To Gre ^bumskwn aud Vutu.i^ on Wedn.adaya and Saturdays. . Pesnt Postagh, Tne rate of postage, under the conditions of the Aot, on letters posted in the district tiooi and to | any of the followiug post offices is Id Barry, Blayney, Brown's Creek, Burat Yards, Cadia: Carcoir, Fganto...

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 — 31 December 1898

To Dairymen. Farmers & Others THE Imported KERRY HULL, ' Atcme Cliie,' is now located at the Blayney Show Ground, where he will serve a limited number of Cows Tor further particulars apply to H. WOOLLEY, Secretary A. and P. Association. K. 0. WELSH AM, Organ Piano Builder TUNER., ETC. WORKS ORANGE. y\-GENTfor Bliithaer and Pleayal Pianos, Band ?XX Instruments/ Violins', £tc. Mr Welsihato pays Quarterly Visits to BUynoy. LYSDHUm J0CKI1Y CLUB (Registered under A.J.C. Ruin.) THE ANNUAL RACES - .? WILTj Bli 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 receire 1 tov. front the prize. Nomination 8s, acceptance 4s. Distance, I mile. Second Race to start at I p.m. HACK SELLING RACE of 6 sore.; weight for age. Winner to be sold imme diately after the race fer 4 sovs., any sur plus to go to the funds of the Club. Nomination 10s, acceptance 5s. Distance 1 mile. Tiiird Race to start at 2. LYN...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Gruesome Tragedy. GIRLS OUTRAGED AND KILLED. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

A Gruesome Tragedy.' GIRLS OUTBAGEDAND KILLED, i' : Brisbane. Tuemlnv. There *r»s reported to the potion to-day a ilio : balical eatrage oa two youiif wnineu, fallowed by ?''' their murder and that of their brother -Tli« j crime was committed laat night some twn niilea front Gatton, midway between Ipiwicli and Too- j vrpomba. ' i ? A. email race meeting was held at Gatton yester day, and among those who attended wrre Mr. - Michael Murphy (29), Miss Norah Murphy (27). and Mis* Ellen Murphy (18), brother and two sisters. It' was arranged. that they should attend a ; dance iu the evening after, the races, bit the ar rangements fer the dane'e fell through, and the three left Gatton for home iu a dogoart at 10 p.m. 'Nothing farther is known' as to what transpired, 3-ut as the party did not reach home that eight - Mrs. Murphy seat » tnespenger in the morning ia *iarch for them, and founj^l their three bodies in a '.paddoulc. Beside them W^a the bo iy of a horse, ?which had been shot rieaj...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. SUMMER HILL (SYDNEY) V. BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

CRICKET. - SUMMER HILL (8YDNKY) V. BLAYNEY. ?'A. team of cricksfcers from Summav Hill visited Biayiiey at .Christinas.! Oil Monday they met & representative Blayacy team, and aftor a good game . the. locals were de clared victorious by 72 runs. ?; Tho Sydney team beiug two me'a short, G. Blitckler and ). Marsh played with them. Following are the scores ;— Blaykey.— First innings. J. H. McDonald, run out ... ... 23 D. McDonald, b Thomas ? 1 H. O'ifara, Ii Thomas ? 7 Jos. McDonald, c and b Draks ... 1 . K.- Johns, ti Draks ? 3i W. Marsh, c ami b Drake ? -. 19 F. Thomas, b Thomas ? 0 li. Lamont, b Draks ? 4 Rav. \V. K. Howell, not put ? 10 A. Shakespear, c Blackler, h Drake... 0 1-\ Paul, b Thomas ? 2 Sundries ? 10 117 Blavkev. — 3nd inuings. D. McDonald, c, b Thomas ? 11 ?W. K Howell, c Marsh b Thomas ... 0 P. Thomas, 0 Lloyd, b Thomas ... 0 Jas. McDonald, 'b Drake ? 7 W. Mnrsb,~c Marsh, h Otton... ... 21 F. Paul, b.Thoinas ... ? ? 0 J H. McDonald, l.b.w., b Thomas ... 10 II. ...

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 — 31 December 1898

What a Blessing. , What a blessing it is, Sought after by thousands. Blayney is finding it out. Many a miserable man is happy now. Night's of unrest, days of trouble. Any irritating skin disease means this. Piles mean it. . Eczema, just as bad and just as bad to euro. But Doan's Ointment does it. Relieves at once and CURES if you use it long enough. . A specific for any irritatioa of the skin. A blessing to a suffering public. Here's Blayney proof to back it. Mr*. M. A. Shakespear of Adelaido St., lhi3 town, storekeeper says : — ' I have been troubled for a long time with an irritation i ou the back which was very troublesome and vexatious. I tried dozen* of different things, which . brought sine no relief from suffering. 'Through- seeing an advertisement relating to Doan's Ointment I was led to procure some at Matthews' pharmacy. Since using it I find that I hare been bene fited greatly. .The ointment had a soothing effect »id relieved the pain. I intend using' more of t)oau's Oint...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandurama. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Sfauduratna. [fbom oub cobbegpokdent.] This holidays . passed off very quietly. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves oa Boxing night at the ball, which was held in tbe School of Arts.' The hall was crowded, and dancing was kept up until daylight next morning. The hotels and stores did a thriving business. The Blayney Mission Band, conducted by Mr. R. Marsden, 'held, a service in the Wes leyaa church on the evening of Christmas Day. Mr. Marsden-was accompanied by several young ladies and gentlemen, from Blayney, who contributed to the success of the service by singing 1 some choice and appropriate pieces. Constable Grenager cauglil a man in the act of robbing a' man on the racecourse oa Boxing Day. He at once arrested him and a conveyed him to the lockup. The Manduram'a juvenile cricketers played the Lyndhurst juveniles on Saturday week aud won by three wickets and eight runs. The Mandurama Jockey Club races on Boxing Day passed off in a highly successful manner. There was ? a very la...

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 — 31 December 1898

Are Von ' Run Down ' and Debilitated ? DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS WILL GIVE YOU NEW LIFE. Are you run down and debilitated ? . It ia very likely you are. Mr. A. Sayers, of 57 Adam-street, South Yarra, Melbourne — a pronsinoat stock aud share breker — suffered greatly from a want of touo in liis system, lint now be is as brisk and as vigor ous as ever. Listen to bis tale as told recently to a reporter of ibe Carlton Gazette. I feel bcttcr no\r lhan I have for nmny years past,' said Mr. -flayers. ' Duriag 'the last two .'hob tha my whole system has been returned — wound up to. concert pitch, '-'as it were.;'; I sufferad severely, but uot so much physically, 'as from an entire absence oj tone in the system. I could tran sact my business fairly well, but the continual tx vitenicDt of ovar three decades of mining life — prospecting, promoting, speculating, and Exchange J'fe— had told on me of late years. The system had run down ; that was about it.' ' Why not . have visited a medical man a...

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 — 31 December 1898

MOTES AND COMMENTS. Watchnight Sdrvico will bs held in the l?layn«y Wesleyaa Ohui\:'i this (Saturday) ny.it. commuiiUug at 11.39 p in. ? * ?* * We would remind our readers of the great unreserved sale of Mr. T. Nicholson's household furniture and Affects at the SuLtioiimaster's residence, railway station, Blayney, this. (Saturday). -aftcrmnm, com mencing ut half-past 2. Sbbiods Accident.— llardly had the Blayney peopl* recovered from the shock of tlie terrible railway accident on Christmas morning when news was received that a ter rible accident had occurred about two miles along the King's Plaint road, by which ;» man named Wilson, living at King's Plains, sustained very nasty , injuries. It appears that Wilson was in Blayney on .Christmas .£«-«, and was returning homo. .on horaeback with others. He was galloping along the road, and was either thrown or fell oft' his horse, the horse trampling on' his face whilst galloping ovar him. Wilson's face was ter ribly cut, aud his jaw disl...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

To Corrcspaiideuts. A. writer, signing himself ' Nemo,' has peai ua an article fir pubiioitioii, hut as ho lt»i failed lo furnish us with his name, we publisliii^j it, ' We. liavo no objection whatever to nsrsoiia v/ritib? letters for publication under astu mad names ; bijt ihe sametimswo putthoman down as a coward who will twite under an assumed natiie to a newspaper, at the same time withholding bis real name from the pub lisher. Aivl m'jre tlian this, when such a writer is gdilfcy of iiot qnly withholding his real name fro4 ll»9 ' publisher but also wueaki iu tha dn.f!c hours of night aud puts suu'h corruspondq 1 1 cfi nndcr the office door so «i3 Ua will not Vie d«tect'c($ in his v^llainoue plot, we think such {-or«on ia not only a toward but-un assassin as well. This is what ' Nemo ' did. We have Qiir sus picious as to w'ho the writer is, and what ItiK object was in trying, to make a cats-paw of this j'jurn il to cast a slur -and insult upon jcerMiu re-idents of. the ^ivu. No d...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Christmas at Blayney. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Christmas at Blayuey* The gloriou. rain on Friday and Saturday was a welcome Christmas-box to the people of this district, and it 1*3 a goad many years sinca .such pleasant aud oiijo3'ab!a weather was experienced during the festive season. Tho streets on Christmas Eve wero kept pretty lively until a late hour by peopiu going to and fro in making their purchases at the various shops. Good order prevailed throughout, and everybody whs in high glee and seemed determined to make . the Ch'rislmas a 'merry one, both for themselves ari« tliose' \vitii (viiom tiicy ca'me in contact.'.. At iiiidiiight a' nliiuber of young people of the Wesleyaa choir visited several places in the town and sang several nice Carols. They were handsomely received and treated at the majority of places, but their reception at ono place was severely criticised aud unanimous ly condemned by the pari}-. The pingera visitud the residence of a leading member of the Qhurch and a piofessing Christian, and sang ' The Sta...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dying Year. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

The Dying Year. The year 1898 is fast dying out and within a few hours the year 1899 will be ushered in. It is to be hoped that the coming year will bring with it its silver lining to the dark cloud that has been hanging over us during the past three or four years in the way of a prolonged drought Drought is a calamity that affects all alike—   the high, the low, the rich, the poor, and ! the old and young ; therefore it is for this reason we hope the silver lining to the dark cloud may beam upon the Australian colonies with the approach of the year 1899. During fha past year Blayney, like all other country towns in New South Wales, has had its share of depression in matters of business, bad crops, and other evils ; but we are glad to say at the present time the outlook of Blayney and it district is somewhat brighter. The Great Blayney Copper Mine, under the able management of Captain Cock, promises to give such an impetus to trade and busi ness that we have not witness...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Railway Accident. A MAN CUT TO PIECES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 31 December 1898

Terrible Railway Accident. A MAN CUT TO PIECES. A terrible railway accident happened   within a mile of the Blayney railway station   on Saturday night last, by which a ganger named Coyne was cut to pieces by a special train running from Orange to Sydney. The facts of the case will be gathered from the evidence, which was taken at the coroner's court, which was held on Monday. It will be seen, from the evidence of the railway porter, Dunne, that he saw tho deceased on Saturday night at about 10.30 standing near where his tricycle was, at the water tamks, and as far as the porter could say he thought deceased left the station for home at 10.40. If he did do so, it must be concluded that on his way home he must have gone to sleep on the tricycle, and re mained so until the train came on to him.   The distance between the station and where   deceased lived could easily be covered in a quarter of an hour on a tricycle, so even if decea...

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 — 7 January 1899

Pricked by a Plu. It dojs not sound very a'ar.ning to hear of somebody being pricked by a pin, but of llri most simjjli* accidents we arj co:i3tantly htarin^ of tataA rosults. S .veot sixteen cutting her corns h.is often made a slip, aad bled to de.ttb, u:)d UdatU continuously creeps into the system at the point of a pin. Franklin, the or.tcla of poun Is and penoj, may have said with equal effect, for tlm guidance of future gansiutioii j, take cara of the pin prices and the sword thrusts will take caro of t!i«nisclvc3. Therd i-s fir inora danger to life in pins thin sword-:, us; yttd can know from experience, as wo all hava Sinn blood poisoning set in from a simple hurt, but we only read ot the men kille.l by the sword. The groat majority ara dyiug of simple causes, and it' you take care of tiis small niiruonts you will never need to doctor tho serious complaints. Mr. Robert Oeolf, employed afc Cameron's tobacco factory, a:id residing at 20 Little Gipp3 Street, Sjrry Hills., gives g...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Japanese Gardens. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Japauese Gardens, The Japanese have the art of idwarfing tree? to. mere shrubs and of cultivating plants in a similar way. The people take a. great deiight in their' miniature garden?, which require a special gardener to keep them down to desired limits. The author of 'On Short Lea re to Japan ' writes : — ' A Japanese garden is generally ten yai ds square, and in this small space is found a park and demesne, wilh lake, summer house, temples, trees, all complete, and aU.m keep ing wilh the dimensions available. , The lake is fuur€ect long, and full of small gold fish. Oa lf;« border stands a -piae tree exactly ciglitcan rnchsi high, arid, iifty yaafj; old. Ueaeath ifei siwie w-a tVmpl«. carved out of one piece of stone, tho siz^ of a brick. ', On a Jofty crag of some two and one-half feet itands ;v fiae maple tree, perfaat in fonn and sliap*, tift«#n years oid aud twelve inches high. Wa bought t'irco of . tliesi* miniature trees later — a, in.ijl*, a pino, and a banibao clump— each ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fashions in Drugs. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

. Fashions in Drags. ? ? '?£'?* ? ? Since Ur.sJ. W, Carr's a Idrmsg^sti the j s'lhj ct of fa-ihtnn in. madicine -ijfinys Jrlio !?:?!! ish Medical Journal), j.p Itiwjteien freely ; di|passed of Hltt, especially in papers which , circulate chiefly aruon»st 'woman. ' It is pointed out that only- ft few 'seasons ago tiinrft was ji perfect miiiia for taking ? atry chiiine in the form oE tablets -}r pellets, uaJiir the mistaken impression jthaVpcriodi- ?? cai pict rae-ups were uocessary m oi;der to ?;et through tho d»ily round of . amusements. Then came a reaction, ^M vieooii'wep^eSfi stnntly do?ing thonselv^s with broinide of potassiam on thepiea fl^atit wJis*'soi[»thing.'' A. few months later arsenic was the fashion able drug, and society 'papers teemed with advertisements of arsenical granules which were warranted to improve the complexion, and do many other things besides. Cjc* wines, kola, nntipyrin, auiuioniated tincture of quinine caffeioe, aad m»ny other drugs have been ' baomed '...

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 — 7 January 1899

.-V Race Foil Li?k .is tnUing p!ao« in our nadt every al'iy, a'id too often, ,aljs, the re Jilt e:id i i'\ death. Beoplf), as i rulf , nra apt io j.i ik u'.'on siuie flight ailment which ni*y qtreri-itlcethrfn with contempt, and tliiy t-iu-5 'ignore the simple reaie.iic3 which* w-tuld spoe.iiiy 'rastoro them to h?a)t!-. Wtirn toci Kitti jiiey .sue th^ir arror, and jiiMerly Iks-v.i'J the fully which brings them ?y-t a pruni itur^ grave, llolli way's Piil*, if t ikm in reguUr dunes ab^ording to -lirec- tiona, enrich an! purify tho blood Disease i« ih:i«i prevenlid fr'ini ' w.'jikosu'ng the *ys t»n), an ! (lie iiie-iSKi-^ of a soan { constitutiun i* 'in.j'J f, i \t ti'ii* spasoM, wfisn fevers,' dysft.irft y, a» I stoinielidi^orilmai'^'cpiiKU'in ^'.lis wqn-l-*rfiiJ m-! iiuine is spi-ci i')y u- f ul. An Am Ticii'i o.-u'iaiU.t uses pleaiy of a-:i^s. *n i'tmw'aii-l then n, little silt, rouurl (he r o s nf hU n'tjile ire-s, mil Im nov«r ha-i a wormy ap.pl' y.t h's /irchtrd, whiUt-liU ii'iah...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Bushrangers Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

. _ -Buslir^gers Again. The resent occurrenca: at dptain's Flit, N.S.W., ssrved to remind the public that the day is not yet past when highway robbery pan hi practised with a certain amount of impunity. A imu may, even in this en lightened period, be ' held up 'aad relieved of lift pui'S3, or, what is a much more common oucnrrftncp, robbed of hU health. Mr. bunuel jusner, ot (Jleary-ttraer, namiron, Kcwudstle ha i an exporienca of this kind lately, ail'!, in t'Pgtrd to the earns and his | cure by Hil.; Beans, lie sajs : ' I suffered | nio-.t ssrer,cly for oVttr twelve months from neu to chronic iiidjjjnstion. I coulJa'i sl.-ep Kigiit nfler night i passed in tossinj about in be'l. WliRn ??? arose I felt worse th in on ^he previous day. Terrible pains as^.iile 1 me in the c!ir:st and sliouiders. I had no appetite, and no food could tempt me. ijeadachts of a most violent character and general disorder, of courss, followed this. 'My whole system became completely rua jlovvn, and I -»sca...

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