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GALLEY SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

GALLEY SWAMP. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) At a meeting of the Spirts Committee held last Sunday morning, a sub-committee consisting of Mesara T. B. Hocking, J. Rue, J. Williams, Wil POK,. ?.. Ijpwen, C. Ford, and M. Vutea was ap. pointed to draw up a programme, unrt Messrs F. rtowen, J. Rue, and M. Yates to arrange about a ground. It was announced that Easter Monday would be observed as a holiday by ths Mine em ployees. It was arranged tocngagc I In: local' B:id(I and to pay them their fee instead of paying their tucker I'i'l for the day ; whether the unfomittce was nlrairt or the bands appetite or their number I-do not know. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory lime returned. M-r. Gregory I am glad to Btate has obtained crest benefit from his holiday. The polling for the vacant seat on the Progress Committee came off nn Saturday, the cauilidates being Messrs James I/i-e and J. Allan, the former winning by four votes. * A billiard tournament hae hern iti progress for some time at the local saloon. Th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MANDURAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

MANDURAMA. [KBOM 0DK COBRESroN'DENI.] The Ven. Archdeacon Geer preached iu the School of Arts on Sunday last. The choir of. Sfc. Paul's Church, Carcoar, being present, and the servica being choral made it very impressive. . Our respected townsman, Mr.ili1. Stahl, was very lucky last week at the Woodstock races with his horse Blacksmith. Ho won the three principal events, and the fourth race he won with his horse Irishman. It is to be hoped he will be equally as lujky at the Cootamundra races, as his horse Black smith is entered for the Cootuinundra, Cup. At the settling up at Woods' Hotel, Wood stock, on the evening of the races, Mr. L. Purcell, J.P., in the chair, Mr. Stahl was warmly congratulated on his success. Mr. Stahl in reply thanked the members of the Club for the fair way the meeting had bsen conducted, and in a leugthy speech pro posed the health of the Woodstock Jeckey Club. Several other toasts followed, after which the meeting dispersed having spent a .very pleasant ev...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. . The regular fortnightly meeting of the Blaynay Council, which should have been helJ on Wednesday evening, lapsed for want of a quorum, the only members present being the Mayor, Aldermen Marsh, Patter son, and S'inson. At a meeting of the Carcoar Pastures and Stock Protection Board on Monday, thft treasurers balance sheet showed a credit balance of £500. Over 30,000 scalps were paid for during the past year, besides which a large number of hares had been captured and exported, many also'being destroyed in local coursing matches. * * * Scarlnt fever exists at Carcoar and Mount Macquaria. The Shaw Public School was closed! during the present week on Dr.' 'Hawthorne's recommendation. The monthly -meeting of the Band of Hope will be hold in the Blayney Wesleyau schoolroom this (Friday) evening. A number of girls atten iing the Blayney Public Shool, wishing to get up a parting gift among themsehvs for tiie late second assistant trac!ier, requ-sted Miss Francis to act...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE INDMILL PUMP [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

TJftE WINDMILL. PUMP, Itwasnjost anjusing, eyen.ifiit wan.nof; cd^fjring, to hear Mir. 5. Russart, at the. yubjic nominations on Tuesday last, speaking in reference to what could, be done and wha,t conjd not'be done, with, regard to keeping ^he windmill pump in repair wl'-h the i;ate payeraVroopey. Mjr. Russart said that the general, rates could not be used for such, a^ pwrpoeei and that tVe a,ldprmer\ would br ^w,Wj. to. ?prpsecutioB if they so used the ratei. But. -trange \u. s9,y, Me Russart did nut uxittii.pr. to Bupport, siw;b. aUitftrftent by quoting any' portion of; ihie Mu.njcinaJi dea Act in r fereace thereco. Ciwidjtcing that Mr Russart has been an alderman,, and sometiinas. M'av'or, for so many yean, we cer ainly ihink he should have made himself better acquainted with the Municipalities Act than lie evidently has dppfl or h« would never have made, such a, wild: and wckjiess statement.. Thpre in nothing in. the. Act to. justify an assertion of the kind; in, fact if anythi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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ESSAY ON MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

?4 ESSAY: ON- MAN.,: . plan that its born, Ac., tec., is few of days and fall of microbes'; The: ummeut hn hits the earth ha starts for the grave, and the longer ho travels the -faster he goes. Hit* visible reward for long days and' iiightR of tvnllrinflr t.htk Mnnr .nrit.fh n. f-AP|-.h*nar. huhv ill nn epitaph he can't read, and a tombstone hn doesn't want. ; In the first of the. snveri nges of man he's licked,, in the last he is neglected, jind in all the others he's a target lor the lyitfg meiddlesomV iniscb.iefinak^'. — a-fflroman.who won't tend to beir own husi n«ss. it he does not marry his first love. he'll always wish he had, and if he does | he'll always wish he hadn't. Yet no man ever follows freedom's tlag for patriotism (and a ponsioa) with halt th« ftnthusiasm that he will trail the red, white and 'blue that constitutes the banner of female beauty' He wiil brave the lion in his den, face the booming cannon, tread the oceau foam be neath his feet, and yet will troinble l...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

MUNICIPAL ELEcmioN-s. nOMINATION DAY. At noon on Tuesday last the public nom ination took place at the Town Hall, the Mayor and Returning Officer (Alderman Clements) presiding. There was a fair number of ratepayers present. The chair man read the nominations as follows ; — iron AL.UKBUEX. Arthur Hcwish, storekeeper, nominated by Messrs D. Beddie, R. Marsdeu, J. Matthews, and S. StinsOD. Ernest Adolphus Woodn-ard, medical practitioner, nominated - by Mrs. Lane, aud Messrs. i. Glassou.-d. Uatthews, S. Stinsou, R. Marsden, anj D. Beddie. . Geo. Pile, solicitoi. nominated by Messrs. T. Malloa and C. Ferguson. ' Jacob Bnisart, hote'.keeper, nouiirated by Messrs F. Mallon and C- Ferguson. Michael Watson, liotelkeeper, nominated by 1'. Mallon and C. Fergusou. AS AUDITORS. William J. Rarratt and Thomas Ncasmith, nomiua t«4 by Messrs W. Baker and J. W. Black. The Returning-Officer then called upon the candidates to address the ratepayers.; I Mr. M. Watson (one of the retiring alder men) said...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

BPwari* r,f 1 »; -r'ii.!,-. S(=». +!,,» ,..,.1, 1-|J,-! V..i,T-. - \r r'-i:--'r,.\ ttMile m 11 ^ - V'rfJi»ArTri. ? .

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WESLEYTAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. DISTRIBUTION OF PKIZES. ^ ? ?* There was a good attendance at the Blay ney Wesleyan Church on Monday evening to witness the distribution of prizes to the successful scholars attending the Sunday School in connection with- that -church. Captain Cock (Superintendent of the School) presided. . Before the distribution took place, short addresses were delivered by the niiBvnman *M*». A VTotviati onii tJia Dow lvTl*. Swift ; choruses were rendered by the chil dren ;. Mist Inch sang a solo ; Mary Flem ming and Ehoda Seed sang a duet ; and re citations were given by Alick. Pittondrigh, Ruby,. Mellor, Lydia Fraser, Mary Zeeb, G. Pittendrich, and Stanley Cameron. Cap tain Cock then presented the prizes to the successful scholars. The prizes consisted of of valuable books, the recipients being ap plauded on going forward to receive the rewards for their efforts during 1897. The prize-winners were : — Lydia Fraser, Rhoda Reed, Vina May,. Gertie Pittendrigh, Nor man Pitte...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A GUARD'S TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 February 1898

A. GUARD'S TROUBLES. If all1 1'1 tj-'' tliat oas nearsi *-he lifo- of a railway guard, liko that of a policeman, is not a too happy one. An instanco. 'A stout lady passenger, boarded tho northern train at Btrathfiold, and there and then, and in a loud tone of voice, requested the guard #'Tm Jtfill liar- Os* fZr*CT/M»/1 H U lM'nnii'cari ?FnitK-. fully. At Ityde a female poked her head out of the coniage and shrieked, 'Guard. is this Gosford ?' ' No Madam,'' was the reply ; ' When we get there, I'll tell you.' ' Alright, Guard— mind you don't forget it. Brooklyn reached, fche same lady shouted in the same anxious tones, 'Guard, is this Gosford.' '(josford !! — no, Missus, it's not. I told vou l7d call vou when we. rrnt thprn and I v.iil.'. ')Thatik you, Guard — mind you do' und the head disappeared. At every stopping place this performance was repeated. At last Gosford was reached, and die train was just moving away, when the guard bethought himself . of his passenger. Back he brought...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

'The St&.ught Tip for the winner is anxiously sought for prior to any of otir great races, and the joy or sorrow of the . the recipients is largely measured by the amouut of money tiiey afterwards wiu ot iose. There is uo uncertainty, however, or or uuquished suspense, as to the result' of | using .Hollo*' ay's Pills ai id Oiutmeut.J After a fair trial tho gain is suro aud great, i The Pills, takcu occasionally iu prescribed doses, keep the digestion iu -order, excite a free flow of healthy bile, and regenerate the impoverished blood with richer tnateria|B. The oiotment is a grand remedy fur the re moval of rheumatic paius, wouuds, sores, ulcers, cuts, or bruises. Monumental liars —A good many grave stones. Cheerful Idiot : ' Mad1 (fog saved my life once. ' Sensible Mall : ' Rubbish ! How 1' Cheerful Idiot : ' Didn't bile me.' Copper money was first issued by the British Government in I860. Marb e and granite last almost for ever in the dry and trustless air of Egypt. Japan ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Messrs. Volcmanc and Sons, Cootamundra. Dbab Sirs, — I have used the liucalypte Extract whicli 1 got from you, aud am now quite out of it. Almost every possible com plaint I use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chilblains,' neuralgia, toothache, -&c., &c., and 1 do not believe there is any disease it will not cure if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat qr inflamed throat it is invaluable, - having liad personal experience of the fact very recently . Where children or even adults are badly affected 1 usually erect a kind of small lent near a fireplace, place a kettle on the fire, and when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quautity of the Euealypte Extract into the kettle, and attach a long tube to the spout of the kettle, and make the steam play about the patient iu the tent. - The steam owing to the distance it has to' travel, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is no...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MR. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

MR. GLV1XSTON13. Mr. (iladstone was born in 1809, .-i year which gave us remarkable men. Besides Mr. Gladstone -h*re also saw the ligiib for. tho lirsi. t ine in 1809 such sulist-queiit history-makers as Lord Tennyson, Abraham Lincoln, C lit' les Durwiii, Prufe^or Blackie, John itiiiwning, Mark L-nvi'i, and Oli-.'er .Wendell Kottuirs. Atui uf ihiis.i Mr. Ulad S'one is (he only one reiiiiiinirig . , . Acconlni!; t-o » l«on(l .n piiper, iitnoiig»t ? tilings not generally known is. t i»t , £lr. Olnd tiiim iw. a o. cc the, fi^n^cr 'if a ciilony— -tlm dut'uiiit coloViy of , North Ausfraliu, wh.cli coif n d tlm lenitory which now f rills the Northern lnlf Of CJ.ieeuslnnd. The intended lueirnpo'is of North Austra'irt - is now the tl lunsliing town of G'adstone, i)ie (erinin:il port o:i tlie Pacific of the. Australian triinsconlinental railway system. .- . None of Mr (JLidMomr's liiograplmrs up to dut hav,- ilealt with the 'ntcrc-ling incident, in his vers:itilr career, l-ut it is to be ful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

THINGS SLOWLY LEARNED. There in a man in Scotland wlio useJ to write many reliable and iusti uctive things. He eiguerf himself ' A Country i'arsun,' anil a b.i^ht parsou he i-i. One of his essays is entitle I, ' 'i'tiiugs Slowly Learned, ' a goi d line of thought for any body. Well, here is one of the things slowly learned — that disease doesn't jupt 6n a inan like a wild oat out of a tree, but develops from seeds ani condi tions just as ro;e^ unA w.;e U do. We who wcito and print ths essays of which those linos are one, have saiJ tliii a huudrad time's ; b.it all the people don't seem to hare thsroughly graspud the idea yet. For if Mr. Theodore Treasure aloae h il done $o, ha wouldn't have suffered tuu years from attaoks ot rheumatic fever. In Norember, X89I, he says he hid a fearful time with it. He tells us in a letter th*t be had terrjlile p Una all' oyer ltU body, and was so sore he couldn't bear an/one to touch him. Even the hedelotbes hurt him, like a feather against a sore e...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE HERO OF UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

THE HERO OF UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. A special (lisp. itch to the New York ' Herald,' from Lexington, Ky., says : — For the first time in the history of Kentucky the body of a negro has lain in state here. It was that of Lewis George Clarke, who c . limed to be the original of George Harris in ' Uncle Tom's Cabin. His body ro poied in the Auditorium in .Main-street-, On December 20, ''from 9 o'clock in the morning until 2 in tin: afternoon. Hundreds of per sons looked upon the fcatui'es of the old quadroon as he lay in the casket. The crowds which ' passed iu to see the body were largely composed of negroes, but many pre minont white citizens of Lexington also looked at the face of the old man, who they believed had helped to make history. The body was removed from the Auditorium to St. Paul's African Methodist Episcopal Church at a few minures pist 2 o'clock. Tho edifice was packed to the doors. The funeral sermon was preached by the Rev. A. J. Chambers, of Dinville, Ivy. After reciting ...

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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

Commercial . v J £. S. iiKKDS * Co. *V; Set Cattle. — 100 yarded* The supply consiste'd Ot heifen, sCeea, iu-d a few. sows '; tlie dumauil «m dnlli but oa the whole anything like jjooil ooalitjr eold well, making 13 to '14a.. VVTeiji-ld: 33 naifera for«Mr. If, C Bowman Io £3,84.;-. lfl. heifer* for Mn.~iVoetto £37* ; 3 cowsior Mr J. IVe'*; 4 oow» lor Mr. A. McCnv6beon to,Ji3:3 ; .5, i^ul^U' , for Mr. **.-»!« to ZSm&!-& 'Ws fiir,'^..Jlw-r*.v,. 44a } 3 wvf for M r. John* Connolly loi t2 10s ; 4' eowt for Mr, Baker ; M 0 cews ariclst«r«fyri..rii)Us ownsr*. ' ? I'f ' -i-.; . t* Fat Sheep. — I' a, ket firmer, for- prune quality, . Other* doll. We sold— 135 wether* for Mr. It. Poller from 6a 8d to Cs ; 57 ewea {or M r. Gjjwjuau ft 4- 8d ; 60 ewea and lambs fuj. Air. Joha Curtin %t 4i6d to 6« 3(1 ft tors Stock,.— ilfjpp jarJe.il-. Homes.— --MfirXet. fairly. aptiv^.tbfi. ya»ii»g. being email. W.e*Q|-]!lp:liqjuljfgt; Mj;sarj. Ryan, Brcn. nan, Mjirphy, ami othern n|4, tO.L6 ; ...

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EXTRAORDINARY OPERATION ON THE BRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

I EXTRAORDINARY OPERATION ON THE URAIN. One --f the iimsL im'iIi! - sn-tical oper jitiu.t.-- p-i'fi.iUKitl ri-v:«iHiy m i « hioh may t i'iii li \ ; tiro ili-nt tor 'In- i if.itinent of | rtjh'i'l. i' i' o es wheiv uir jiivs-.'ir« of aclotj ,-it' ? i .1 m i fn.ii ?! oi the b'°a-n -*ivn be localised io -k ji -u- nt ihc Nk i Yn k (ir.'t.lua.u H '.v piinl -im IMa;.ii «r 27. 'i tiis operation u«» ! .i-ipij i. i cutting a h-».e iii tlie. sku 1 of the iu. tli ii 'gli wiiicli the i-fluhrtl t'iO( hJ . i--uluii;.lrijin thu-atioicK ot' apopli Ky. ,«(?;« jll- wi-d t» '1 lie [nt.it' lit via* . fl JIM V--« ?va|»i;f,.a. Kii-ti'h; ilressuirik^j-, 58 ) ears j ff fUw in.iii ot jjood physique, not i-a lv pli;ih-iii''t and at the unit; of his a^ppli-c.iv Htitike, which occurred ou Decem lier 1 6, was nppiireiilly iii go-«i heiilth. Mmtt. Ch-'Vfilter slid ihiit h--i' titnlmnd h.-ui been a hralthy inau ino»t --f his l.fc, and had nev r h:vl an altiick of ;ijio|ilf.xy before, ttu-! that this one seemed qu...

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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

^FSTE^N. liRJCES, . \' iSTDNur,, Thursday ninlit. Bedfem, — barge snpp'.jv Manifest sho.-cil 110 trucks to arrive. Straw (derricc piesscd}.: P.ohtrt aon, Dabbo passed. Chaff: H. Biadley, Dubbo, 3»9d, ditto 3s 10(1; T. Pound, Wellington, 3s 81 ; W. Hood, Newbridge, passed ; Oi'oorne, Millthorpe Ijaased ; M'Uerm, tt; Jiilltborpe, passed; Dowliug, lros , Du|i^D, 3| 6d-; Tanswell, Bros., t» arromiue, 3a 9d ; Mficli and Austin, Niiiroininc, passed, do, passed ; Pratley, Newbridge, 3s 7d, do 3a 8d ; Tibbs and Rpssiter, Blayney, passed ; 0'ilalley, Blayney, 3? 5(j ; M/Dermott, Spring Hill, 3s 5 do 3s 5d JJopndj WieUiiigtoq,' ety 9d ; M'Hugli, Mary.j vale, 3j 8dj;: Sjnj(Jh, M^ryvale, 3s Si, do 3a lid ; Iiody,^aj-lw,3a~ 8^f, c|P '3s 81 ; Dowling, Bros., Dabbo. 33 41 ; Ohardi N(3 wiring passed. Hoy: I hard, Newbridge, passed. Oaten : Cliitten, New bridge, 2s 3d ; Buddie, Blayney, 3s 3d, Chaff : i^jryer, Parke*, 2a 3d ; Williams, Blayney, 2s 9d Advocate and Herald. MEASURES; HOT MEN.' — Or— SA...

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THE CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA. ANO ITS INHABITANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

THE CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA. AXD ITS INHABITANTS. At the Science Congress,' recently held in Sydnfjr, Profftcsor VV. Baldwin Speiicer, M.A., C.M.Z.3. (Mttlb. Univ.) lectured on T|[e centre of Australia, its native inhabi tants, iinti tbeir customs.' To get there, he fiiiid, it was necessary to travel 680 miles over the t ranscqnf|nj»n tal railway from Adelaide to Godnadutta, and then oij canjel- 1 hack for two or three hundred miles through ! i'ho gib'ier (stony) plains. The difficulties of travelling depended on the seasons. If in the wet season, then , the task was compara tively wtsy. Only a few .wuterlioles existed, , however, in the dry season. The country I was divided into two lower steppes, the desnrt country (iu which is Lake A made us), And the higher steppes, where the James and Macdoni'll linages renr their lofty summits Bouietinips io a height of 5000ft. Lake Atnndeus iu the dry season is u mere sheet of sult. Ayers Iiock, another lion of tliit, distant and mysterious laud,...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

NOTES; AND COMMENTS. ?:V v Crowded, Out.— Remarks in reference to V?. P. Crick, M P. ; report of last Carcoar council general meeting ;apd, advertisement received top latjs .from Mr. Co Hard, of Car qoar, annouRping. a, great clearing-out sale, who , is_ about leaving the district Tlie above will appear in our next issue. Atrial ofthpMa$sey- Harris Co. machiupi^ ^ill tfike place on, Mr. H. Ewen's farm, BallvieWj On B^pncjay afteriiggp, next, Mr. T.' Ayaddell; lj,p.f lylrfresjed a large fleeting in thg. Academy o£ Music, Carcoar, tin, Monday nigjit. He also addressed a meeting at 'Woodstock oji^ Tuesday. He spoke at M^pdurama 'ist night, and to night (Sa^u,iday) he is to speak at Galley Rvramp. Messrs. Lee, Colquhoun and Bassett, /solicitors, so well and favourably known throughout the western districts, have dis used of the Carcoir branch of their busi ness to Mr.' V. B. MacDi-rmott, solicitor, %bo for some years was managing clerk for Mr. Eliott Meyer, solicitor, of Sydney. Mr. Ifa...

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A RUINED HUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

A RUINED HUT. \*-y F. »«» Th- ^'tcewriamtar.') A ft-% tfey posts ai-ri fallen ln-atus— y«t this wn* ?»Uuc A hmn . - ' It« former tenant nil h;o *? fled, are *a {. -*r die- j l^t,r--nm I The But hu ret hurl- £nm« then1 ap.i* . for there: the *l)eepfolri * «*nl ; ?There liiw the lumi' tin* - I ihua-* ii- thoaghifoJ (nrMM, .0oe w*ll-pUte h fig* in mournful waj ma ^oht part and gr» ; Itnj|^pttp:iriii^uu« t» Mil mnl join its mm* ',..T|iqr*6f1-4i; 1-fci the icinuitn. -nm' ' ?f.o/ifcuy. :/M- i- : '' th,,l£t».nVJx™! Motlier'E.,--ili ; llin on ni i- Wn'are r»j ? ., Kaehpa jMii g year tlie ..liiiiylu. g.-v« in nil the *iiiilf Y ;nf bifmy u, ,-So Time I hebwu- r* from their tmina **y YruuMe1; U»Ie linth drivm. Here Imp.* grew up and sorrows ditil ; Affection rtili d jir H-lf : - Hfr« rtiiriiy pi'weer* (might lunl t» torcn tlie li (ill u Fair. ?Some lonely shepherd Imilt the liut ! — tmno com moil lio riiih hiiul ?— .Sow* aiiucated derelict who cant lii» hopes lie himl!? — .Soms a^x'ioo* father...

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