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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

SOLICITOR, . ... ' — *w— Commissioner fir A8}iiyit3, MONEY TO limp *on approvprl 1 ^ecuritips. ' -:- ' ? : r |«TO»«I |f ORES, J3LAYNEY, HAVING tecarcd lbs service, of Mr. J. STEVENS, recent Manager forth* Roniford ISugiMf cring and Wellington Cjele Works, aw London, and 'more 'recently of Oxford-street, Sydney, Customers may rely on K*ttfng anything done at this Premier Establithipenjt. ???;- -? pAPji} BEDDJE, Proprietor. *~ For Sale, 4 4h.p. VESTICAL EXQI1J5 AlfD JJOiliES. 1 3h p. VERTIGAL ENGINE AND BOILER. 1 WASHIKO ANU M/VNGI4NO MACHINE. i LARGE COftNtStf BOILER, i -NK.W SEWING MACHINE. NEW AND SECOND HANI) Ci'CLES. D.' JJKDUIEJ, Blayney. Advocate and Herald. MEASUBES; NOT MEN.' ? 6 — a.\TPROA7, January 7. 1393.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Uncooked Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Uncao&eil 3Iiik. ? Sir Richard Thome's second Herben lec jturo in London recently on 'Tuberculosis' practically resolved itself into a condeinna jLioii of un-cooked inilic, and an appeal to doctors to asa their 'groat influenca ' in in fiff'chig phe public to boil their milk. We arc, it seems { writes the 'Spectator '), the only civilized nation of ike world who habit ually consume uncooked milk, and that in face of the gr-Nifc preva.lenC'5 of tubsrculosis amongst our much cows. To illustrate this Gtatemeitient, the lecturer declared that tba removal of every .tubercular cow from our dairies and cowshed* would mean at the low eat cstiiuato the withdrawal of over half a million cows from our mill* -'supply. This )ie reg.irdwl as a counsel of unnecessary per fection, but advocated the immediate seizure and slaughter of all cows with advanced tuberculosis in any part of the body aisd all cows witU suspicious udder disease, compen sation to Vic paid out of ths public funds. The ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Tlie Late Concert. On 5lh December last a beneGt concort, in aid of the widow aiid orphans of Uifi late Mr. William. Russ. II, was hold in the Town JEIall. The concert proved a financial suc cess, and it is rather funny that it has taken jovar a month tofurnUh the public with any account of tho funds realised. However, wa have just received from (hs secretary, Mr. H. Volkinati' a statement, showing the proceeds to have, amounted, to £25/5/6, whilst the exnsnses are trnt down at £6/12/2. f,faus leaving a bxlance of 418/13/4, -which has . been handed over to Mrs. Russell. Now, considering this concert was got up for a charitable purpose, aud for this reason Uraa warmly supported by the public, the public have a right to know .in what the (expenses were for, and fur this reason a proper balance sheet should be forthcoming, and not a mere statement as given above. It was well known that before the concert pame off the expenses were to be almost nil, with the exception of renting the Tow...

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

^ustr^ap Horses far India,. r fS-T 'J'iperfc 'Clarlto, Ausli-a'ia's O'i!y ftvrntttf, iiirivfl'I in CalcmVi lately from Tutic-»riii;WH'r-s#jjH:rinti»i!i!kig '~tho -k!-j of .h jnrnbpr of hiifsss »t Ali-lift-i. Tho reason ^of hiv-vMt to ludia, ho informed our repre - . Kfntativ*, i\-nn on account of ths s:uj. tatai accident that VieW his agent, Mr. Barke, a wrllJcninvn Ivrse -len.!ei\ who his b'-eu re-' ceivin^ his horses from Aus'riilia am! dis tributing tiinm in ho M.i'inis market'. Tho Government would not take any of his re mounU, Sir Rupert continued, owing to thora bvtug .-i mo mj.vily in Madras, through whit is tana si th.» ' --r-!er system,' 1-y .w!ii;hjbhe. whole of tha horses required are sjppluil !.y tiirae firms. i)f this states of things nioie would bo liear.l at home, our represeilaiiyo was inforniotL' 'Most of hu torses were disposed of privately, and of the 223 that jrefentiy left Australia, 217 reached &i«.d,r.is, niid realised, an average price of i'i-am 6 JOt...

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

Municipality of Blaynev. FINAL NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that all OUT STANDING RATES MUST BE PAID on or before MONDAY, 16 th inr stant, otherwise legal proceedings will be : ; taken for their recovery without respect to ' - persons. By order. T. NEASMITH, Acting Council Clerk. Council Chambers, ' 5th January, 1899. Municipality of Blayney. MUNICIPAL LIST. NOTICE is hereby given that a. copy- of the MUNICIPAL LIST for 1899 ... 1900. is to be seen at the Council , Chambers - at all reasonable hours between the ,7th and '?*? 14th days of January. - ... ;; ? ; All claims for insertion '' or objections must be made on proper forms before the 14th January. A List of any Claim* or Objections will be on view from 15th to 21st January. T. NEASMlTHt, ' '? ? Acting Council Clerk. Council Chambers, ' ,:..:: ... 5th January, 1899. To Dairymen. Farmers & Others fFHE Imported KERRY BULL, ' Aicine Chin,' X is now located at tht Bluynoy Shew Ground, where he will irrve a limited number ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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New Year's Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

New Ifear's Day. The weather for the holiday was perfect. The fall of rain on Saturday, and also ou Sunday night, made the atmosphere cool, aud outdoor amusement was enjoyed to the fullest extent A Watch-night service w»3 lield iu tho Blayuey Wesleyan church on Saturday night, and a'gooJ number of per-, sons spent the last' hours of tha old year in this plaeB of worship. On Sunday specinl sermons 'were preached m the ??iirJCus churches. Authetns bearing on tho season of the year were rendered by tiio choir at the TVesleyan church. Tho invincible 'Anti-Franchise' Bill Cock aunounced the departure of the old year and welcomed '99 by blowing the mine wliistie for about a q-jitrterof an how; The holiday 'oa Monday passed o!T very quietly in Blayney, there being an public attractions of any kind. All the picnic resorts around the town were occupied by picnic parties; and a number of people journeyed ' to the Orange aud Lyndhurst races. We sre forced to complain of the display of rowdyism...

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

Aunual Bankruptcy Returns. ?? Tlie rsturriB showing liabilities anfl assets of the bankrupts of Now South Wales for the year give the liabilities of insolvents as £605,563 Ss 2JJ and the assets as' £263,500 Gs 5Jd. The exces? of liabilitios ov^r assets was £342,063 Is 8|i. This ;is ia 4-efjr seri ous shortage an 1 not f a:r shof t of v 50 per cent, oa the business done witivsaid insol vents by coiitiding creditors. '.A large num ber of contractorj have failed, for 18 of -ficm ha 1 to fils tbsir schedules, and we find !ow«r. djJfii on tilt: litt i\ia,y an -equal narnber o$ ? ' *** 8» ? ' ??* jcivil servants )ia--« ?* . ,, ,-,ipt; Sevc - teen clerks h^e a.u tu !i . t .-.??h! yiief n .'about as man} sim«ii-'.p.i* Uoieike' jki, '?'*asily head the |..t, fur 29 -a ihem liavegw under, and 5 police cimsiaJ.-s one PreJjj terian minister, an J 10 ui.lucky -widows How it came to past that five pe!iceuiei.! failed would be interesting to know, as their pay is regular and they, have many off cha...

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

Blayney Municipal Council. The regular fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday evening. Present— the Mayor^ Aldermen Clark', Glasson, Pile, Stinson, and'JWoodwardT The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COKRESPOXDEN'CK. I lie following correspondence was read : — From the Under Secretary's Department, re tho appointment of Mr. R. T. Smith as auditor. Received. — Pioih Department of Public Works, re the .application of council for a sum of money towards repairing the windmill, stating that the council itself bhouid provide funds for putting it in re pair, lluceived, and it was again decided to write, painting out that .is there were no water rates it was impossible for the council to effect the repairs. — From Jlr. G. E. Whititaker, a-king permission to build. Re ceived and, request grantitd. — From the Treasury, stating that the sutn of £29/2/2 had been placed to tha credit of the council for minor roads Received. — From the Doard of Heal...

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

Overgrowing Her Strength. nOW DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS lilAKE I WEAK GIRLS STBONG. I Testimony from well-known and highly-rcaptttad I colonist* is aiwuyi - worth priutiug, . and the word* I of Mr. Gaorge Miner, of 'Limington,' Victoria I Boad, Auburn, Victoria, Vra of this suture :—' I 1 thought; I would lose my daughter, Mies Alice,' I .said Mr. Marner to »ur reporter. recently, '«/»e mat I 'overgrowing lier strength. Medical men could d» j iiotbing for her.' Here Miss Mariter entered and I quickly told how Dr.. Williaina' Piuk Villa had vl saved faer from death and disaster. , . -4 ' I uommenccd, some two'yettrs'ago, to feel very 'J ill Mjer returuing homo fi-om hcIkSoI,' suid she, 'I I -lid:not feel saificiently unwell to take to my bed, ? but experienced a continued languid feeling that made .me most miserable. . Fathur toot mo to boo a doetor,. Aiid. lie .said I was overarpju.irjg my strength; and I wns.iiot to exert myself. --A« I had uo Incliuation to do so, there was no fear...

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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

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

pQTHiCSE. THE neir r»ihe4y; VICTOBt CURB FOB TOOTHACHE AND NEOBALGIA, cares the worst oass within ten minutes, . ?? - Innumerable Tsstimonialg. ? A eohsiderable number of ? onr ougtoinora linve alraady' trltd the new rsmeJy, Viotbry Care tor Toothache and Neuralgia, and. have in -every in stance baen cured. It is certainly a moBt wonderful eme&y, and we trust it frill bepome nridaly know. 1 . Hffaa ifoxrootfEiun, CHiBLEB PlETZK It . . -?- ? . - JoB«PH COOHBS, fi.COOUBI, ' ? -^j. , - . ^'THPEjG. Coombs, Storekeepers, Marutan. Tbaibove Umedj «&n be had at 4he Office *-f his Paper. - ? . .?'?'?.. ??} . ? ? ? - ? -4 ? U- ? ; ? - ' il% A ''? A M per.-vaV to (If a ' ?'' mm Jw 1-b made by JS ? fT'O ' Jmm-3m' P'80nB of e}' ^1 'TtBtlier sex, in OQ^Jh ' OHsflaB their, obtu lo calities, at work for us, nNfeW business. All meet with, wonderful success. Anyone can do the work. ?ojx;'do$V need capital, or ?taut the same as none'. We'will start you. No spHce to expjaia- bere.' But ...

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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

. ^ BLATNEY POST OFFICE. ABMTAL O* Xilta. Daily (Snndiy* «xeepted) .from Sydney, Batbnnt, ' Grmnriile, Ojulburn, Uardin, 0-rooar, BCsndar- ? ' tni, Ljndhunt, W.oiitock. Garland, Oowra, Brown's Ortek, T.P.O. No. 2 Weit, l.P.O. No. ? S South, Of ton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Nerille, an! Eing'i Plaint on Tuetdayr, Tbaraiay, and Sa-arday- From Qregbinutjwn and V.ttorii on Widi.eidajB aid Saturdatt. ?.?.;?.?= ' ] DEPABTPKB OF K1IL8. Daily (Sundajt ero prd) to Sydney, Ba hu st, O-oulburn, Harder,. Grtrmllf, Oirc»ar, Miu durama, Ljndhurit, Wooittjck, Girli d, Oowra, Brown'e freak, Ort n Part, T.P.O. Nj. .2 Wcit, T.P.O. N-. 2 do th. - To N urtcn, Neril e, Shaw, Barr. , and King's PI iinf on Tuesday*, Ih. r»d»y , and daturdsyf. To GragbKmetuwa and XntoAi on Vftin idtji and - Saturday!. Pennt Postage. The rate oE postage, under the conditions of ike Aea, on letters posted in the district Itoji and to any oi the following post offioes j# Id ;— Barry, Blayney, . Brown's Creek, Burnt ' Ya...

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

Federation. ' ? .The following letter was on Saturday sent by Mr. Reid to the Premiers ot Victoria, South Australia, West Australia, and Tasmania:— ' Sir,~It is, no doubt, within yonr recolleotion that the bill drafted by the Australaiian - Nat onal Convention of 1897 for the. Federal On on of the Australian co.ories, was referred to the electors of New South Wales. Victoria, and Tasmania on tha 3rd of June, and of SSatli AuatriliA on the following day ; and that, although the' b'ilrwas approved by large majoritiea in Victoria', South AnBtralin, and Tasmania, the total number of .affirmative votea re corded in its favor in New. South Wales -lid not reach the sutntory minimum, the result being ciaivalent, in point of law, to a rtjection of tbe measure by this colony. - ? ??? During iis receat nastion our Parliament has, by a separate series of resolutions in each house, set out the niost ' prominent objections to the bill entertained in this community. ' I now enclose copies of those...

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Copper. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Copper* The outlook for copper, if the information obtained by -the Boston. 'Jouruai of Com merce 'is correct, it is highly satisfactory That paper says ; — One of tho most promi nent electrical men of the country, who has just returned from Europe, 'where he has been studvioa- electrial matters, iaw that European States have just entered upon the work of electric street railway construction, and are on the whole just about where we were live years ago. Should they make the progress we have, in a few years it will mean a tremendous consumption of copper. Long distance power transmission plants are being installed with commendable vigor, thus adding to the demand for copper. Electrical enterprises are to-day, and have been in tlie -past, a means of tremendous copper consumption. The European visible supply has not been go small for years as it is at pres'ent. About the middle of August it was 28,606 tons, against 29,861 the first of the month, 33,603 tons the same time in 1897, 35,25...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Comet and Earthquake. MILLTHORPE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Coxiiet and Earthquake. MltLTftoBPE, Wednesday Ait imrlbqaiks shock was f«lt here at 11.15 last night, travelling north-eant- to aoutli-weit. A. camtt srai alao observed at 10.59 last night in tli* ssath-tast, about 30Jeg. above tht horizoa. It wa- just ».bovo the moon, and was visible after tha mood had risen, . Tbc alipck of earthquake was also diitiuclly felt at Orquge. - The vtbratioa lasted ceraral scoouds, Crockery was shaken off ths shelves ia ona Iiomb.

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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

KSaneiuratua. [FJI0M OU2 C.--J!32EPJSSB:.'T.] The holidnys 'being all .over, matters have now resumes! their usual- fuotiug. Our tennis club was very quiet during the holidays, but thero are signs of its Wiikiug up, and whea its popular eccretary, Hiss . Macdcrinott, ret«riis from her hoU.la.ys a match might be expected. ? -A great nuinW-of the residents of Man durain:i attended the Ly;irlhurst race?. A juve.iiie cricket ui.-itoh was played on lust Wednesday between the clubs of Man darHiiia and Lyudhurst, which was won by the latter team. The Itev. Mr. Goudiu preached fa tho Wesleyan chiuch ou New Year's morning, and tho Rev. Mr. Swift iu the evening. Large congregations attended both services. The Carcoir races are absorbing a good deal of attention. It is expected they will be a great success. The man Constable Grenager arrested on the racecourse on Boxing D.iy for picking a man's pocket, got four months iu gaol. Constable Grcnager is to be complimented on his clever capture, as ...

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The Gatton Tragedy. NO FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

,'H - Tite,ia'att6ia. Tagetly. :???.-.- ? ? .j?2t6fliSE,; Monday. '. i Mr. Parry. Otcderi-, Police. -Uoaiuiissionet, nmvea at Gittou this moruiiig for the pSrpossiof cqusuttiag the Bub-inspeetarsia-ciiarge of tlie case. ?? No fresh dcvelopmeuts have arissu beyond the fast that M'Neill, brotliar-ia-Ian'of ths deceased, rcqussted the assistance ot a black tracker to follow what he believes to be a oluo dUcorer^il by him at HeliJoa, cine m-les from the scene of Hi 3 outrage. The number of police his been reduces, though a large force in stiU employe J d^il.v.iQ critic illy re-examining tho locality. It is pcrs steutly stated'that a man called at a selector's place tome time on Mondaj uight or csrlr on Tuesday moaning aud asked people if they heard that the three Murphy's 'were murdered, yet the murder Wiia not th2o diicavctel. : ThJ polic3 are iavestigatiag the matter. They ate naturally very reticent concerning the developments, but it ii understood they are iu possession of taugiblc ...

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

WihlPit*Blayiiey People Say is Good. PE0OF FOE BL4.YKEV PEOPLE. When w« see it ourselves, — Wlion our own ears hear it, — Whan our own neighbours tell it ; — Whan pur friends ondorse it, — : ; No batter evidence can be had. ? . It's not what people say in Melhbume, Or distant mutterings from Perth. But it's Blayney talk by ? Blayney -people. There u no proof like home proof. Can you believe you neighbours ? Reid this statement made by a citizen. ..Mrs. R. Harris of Church Sc, this town, thus informs us ; My sou who is 19 years of age, has been troubled with a very painful affliction for the past 12 months. '. lie was completely covered with blind boils origi nating from kidney troubies.-which caused him no end of misery. Noticing Doan's Backache Kidney Pills advertised, I pro cur«d some at Matthew*' pharmacy and my sou took them regularly. The effect has been that the boils have entirely l-:ft him, and not even a trace of his former trouble now remains. I - cheerfully recommend Doan...

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Blayney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4. (Before Mr. D. H. McDonald, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Blarney Police Court. Wednesday, January 4. (Before Mr. D. H. McDonald, J.P.) A case, James Garran v. W. Sharp, was postponad till next court, pending the caso ba'ng settled. W. T. Smith v. S. Crowley. Sattled out of court. (Mr. G. Pile, J.P., took his seat on the Bench). Hawkers' licenses were granted to Wallah Bos. and Re Khan (two Cingalese).

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