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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

JfOTER AND COMMENTS. ? .9 ? ; — — Oddfullows. — T!jelis!f-year)y installation pf olficer^ of t!io Glaj'nvy Star Lodgo M.U., I.Q.O. F. took place in the lodge room on i Monday evening. Following were tlia offi cers iiiila'l^d : — Noble Grand, \V. Clark ; Vice-C i'uikI, K \Vi^-kuns j Grand Master, W.. ; L ci a re Mas'.or, J, Fuliv : ? ''r Financial SecrcUuy. J. W. Black ; Ireanurer, i Pai-ti;r.-on : r.-glit suppoiter to Nob!« &|r prand, E. Williams; right supporter to : - S Vice-Grand. \\t. yhai p. Tlii Kiigo appears ; /? Is M° in » good soqiitj position and ably i%l (Uinagcd, hs tiio balancu to the credit of the ;®( i'.i.lgo is JK500, (lie working during t!)B past ® year f.lio.ving a profit of £73. Tfisru are 45 S ineiv}W$|'3 pn i tie roil. u ? * ' ? * * || The cry is still thay cq:no. The purchasers oj. S ? the ' ' Si^Udt ' To'jaeeo couu anl'co^ie agaiu. Dar Si jnil light ara alike favoiitec, and both arc a pro ®5 ' _^o'iiJc6.1 sncieas. V ' A. ' cyclone pa.st.cd ovor Welling...

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 — 14 January 1899

^Municipality of Blaynev. FINAL notice. NOTICE is hereby given that all OUT STANDING RATES MUST BE PAID on or before MONDAY, 16th in stant, otherwise legal proceedings 'will be taken lor their recovery without respect to . persons. By order. .- T. NEASMITH, ? Acting Council Clerk. Council Chambers, 0t}r January, 1899, Municipality of Blayney. MUNICIPAL LIST. NOTICE is hereby given tliat a copy of the MUNICIPAL LIST for 1899 1900 is to ba seen at the Council Chambers at all reasonable hours between the 7th and 14tli days of January. - All claims for insertion or objections must' be made on proper forms before the 1 4t-h January. A List of any Claims or Objections will be pn view from 15th to 21st January. T. NEASMITH, Acting 'Council Clerk. Council Chambers, 5th January, 1899. Municipality of Blayney. REVISION COURT. NOTICE is hereby given that aREVI SION COURT, for Revision of the Municipal List 1899-1900, will be held at the Council Chambers on WEDNESDAY, 25th January, at 2 p.m. JA...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11. (Before Mr. G. Pile, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Blajney Poiics Csurt. Wedkesd.'.y, Januarv 11. . (Before Mr. G. Piie. J.LM George Mariiu, for druiiksnness, was I admouisheii aui ii sch trged. I John Britlen was ctiarged with lu-ing j ill^ially on tho railway premiiss ut AliJl. j iborpe with iutout to Btcnl. AcoueaJ pleaded guilty, nni w,;s sentenced j to tilled taootus uui'J labour in U.itliarot gaol.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Gallymont Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

The Gaily mo at Gold field. In a series of articles, written by tha mining reporter of the ' Daily Telegraph ' on ' The Mining Industry,' reference is made to failures and causes during 1898, from which .we take the following : — - Tiie Gillyiront mine has been the great dianp pointmojt of th- year. But I, for oue, Imve yet to l»jtrn fh.it. ns a imi'iip. it fa a failure' On uii-h in. formation as is available, ' I see no reason for with draw ing or qualifying one word of tha statements male in an article published as recently as the 26th of September last : — ' It has been shown that the i«in », u-oiked on its meritx, would he likely to return a satisfactory profit on its actual cost ; but in an eviiburance cf faith, iu the ' prospects— th put it mildly — London has assumed that the mine is capable of flustaitiing the burden of 230 per uent. more thsu the capital cost. Tim capital is £300,000, ant! what a sorry li.'iirc this uoml mine is ehinc to cut h hen-its r- ro- ll rs have to b...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

BLAYSTEY-HARDEN LINE. ? UP. c'' «.m. p.tii, — Blayoaj... ...Dap. 4 55 © 65 11 Qarooar ? ' ,i.. C 45 10 €6 17 'Caadurama ... ... 6 6. 10'il 19 Lyudhurat ? . 6 22 11 1 22 Garland ... ? ? a a 27 Swan PondB ? a ft . 80 WaDgeola ? a a ! 85 Woodstock ? 7 557 11 60 48 Holmwood ? 7 56 12 12a.m 40 OoTrra .... ...Arr. 8.10 12 28 Stop p.m. „ .. ...Dap 8 60 12 40 | 60 WaHamadnrra ... «» Oi Koorawatba ? ? 4 43 1 80 69 Orowtber . ? a 74 Sendick Morrel ... « 80 Uouteagla ? a 90 Burra pgotig ? a ... V2 Young ... ...Arr. 6 20 2 60 ,, ? Dep. 6 6.6 8 0 103 Eiugsvale ? a 110 Demoudrille ... ...8 10 8 60 111 Murrumburrab ... a a 118 Harden ? Arr. 8 80 4.5 1JUWN. a.ui. p.m. — Hardan ... ...Dfep. (5 20 9 10 2 Murrutubarrab ... a a 8 Domoadnllo ? Q 48 9 80 10 Kingsrale ? .a a- 21 Young ? Arr 7 61 10.20 ,, ... ..Dap. 8, 6 : 10 25 23 Burrangoug ? a. a /S3 Mohteagle ... ... a a 8^ Bendiok Morrel ... a a 44 Orowther ? ? a a 49: Koora-siatba ... 9 64 1163 67 WaUaTuadarra ...' a' a.m. , 67 Oowra -1. ...Arr. 10 4...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

A 1 L WAY TIME-TABLE-; ' ? ' ? DOWN Ml*. 1 ' Stattoa. ? I Pttf». 1 |Un. ».«n. p.in — Srdney ... ... ... Dep 10 16 tl 0 S Hb.mebuah ? U Granville ... ' ? .. ? ... 14 Porramatta... ... ... - ... ... 8 Si St -Blacktoiro ? ? ? ? ... *5 flSetjBIl ? ? 29 St. Vary's ... ... ? ? 81 P«nritb~ ... ? .Arr. 11 M 8 0 ' « ' ? D-p. 11 80 9 A 80 BmulPJwns ? ..; 11 88 0 10a 99 LuaatriUe ? ? ? a 48 GlenbrooV ? 11 60 ? ... ,« Bl»xland... ... ... ... 11 67a ... ?*5 - lEst-atar ? ? ..1 « ; pm. « The Valley ? 1» 6a 48 Springwood ? ? 12 16 -46 Faukonbridge ... ? J.8 23a - ... 12 Numantia ? ... ... « . ... 68 Linden ? 18 34 64 Woodford ? ? ? l2 45a 60 Uazolbrook ? ... a 68 Lawion ? 14 10 30 €2 Wwtircr U Falls ? 1 20 66 Katoomka ? 1 38 11 : 6 70 Medio* ? ' 73 BlackLcalh ? 2 11 29 I'l Mount Victoria ... jj |o ll Iia 81 Uiittlt; Vila ? ? 2 39a 12 ln.nij 88 Bell ? 2 46 12 8 88 Olarence S.ding ? 3 2 - 12 24 . | 62 ZigZ.g ? 3 IS 12 37 05 Esk Bank ? 3 28 12 JO 96 Lithgow ? ... 8 31 12 64 97 BowenfeU ... ? 8 81 12 ...

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 — 14 January 1899

TOOTHACHE. THE new riinedy, VIOTOBY CUBE FOB TOOTHACHE AND NEOBAI.GI A, onres the worst eats ivitbin ten minutes, . ~ - - Innwnerable Testimonials. : A.tpnsiderable number of our, customers liave already tried the new remedy, 'Victory Oure for Toothache-' -'and Neuralgia, and have in every in stance been cared. It is certainly a most wonderful emedy,and we trust it will:beoome.mridely know. Hxjoh MoKiooMEniE, ClUBLES PlETZK K , JoaarH Coombs, BCoosins; ? Artddb G. Coowes, Storekeepers, Marulun. The aboxe Bwinedy oan be' had at the Office of his Paper. Jth £& ^ PER .DAY to; III HI be imde by j! | T() MtJ m /perBOus ot ci-j jB 'tber seK', lii OftPiak . . ?? 'tt'eir |iwu lo calities, at srork for us; ^gpr'^uaiuess. Al)^ meet with woaderitil success. Aoyoae caii do tlia work. You dout need capital, or ?tout llio 6ame as none. We will -start you. No space to explain here. Birt you can matf a snug little fortune honorably and easily. Tbe employment ia panicularly adapled/ki.tbe re...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

BLAYKKY POST OFFICE. AERITiL OI ICIIUI' ' Daily (Sundays eaepted) fram Sydney, Batbnmt, txramille, Goulburn, Harden, Oirooar, Mandnr amo, Iiyndhurat, Wcolitook, Garland, Oowra, Browc'a Oraek, T.P.O. No. 2' Weft, T.P.O. fib. 2 South, Orton Paik. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Nerille, an I King'* Pluine on Tneidayr, Tbnradny*, and Salurdaya. From OregliBtntt jwn aud V.ttori* on Wrdoe;dajs and Satardays. - 't ? . DEPABTUEE Of HAILS. Daily; (Sunday a excp rd) to Sydttey, Ba'hu s', Qouliiur/:, HorJan, OnnviUe, Otrcoir, Mia durama, liyndbnrtt, WooJatjrk, GirU d, Oowra, Bro*nYl-eek, Ort .n Part, T.P.O. Nj. 2 West, T.P.O. N 2 do ih. To Norton, Ncvil e, Shaw, Barrr, and King's Plainr on Tueadajs, ih.rid.y., and juturdayr. To Oreghemstcwn and Ftiiu.ii on WVdu tdiys and Saturdays. Pennt Postags. Tbe rate of postage, under tbe conditions of tho A at, on letters posted in the . district . from and to any of lbs following post offices is Id Barry, Blaynoy, Brown's Greek, Burnt Yards, Carih: Garcoar, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Tiie Uercvrard Wrcclt. SYMPATUV WITH THE OWNE^. A considerable amount of well-ileserve 1 sympar thy waa espratssd for the owner when it laecAins known thit the Hereward had hecomc a loti t wrcek a fsw hours after bein% successfully. fi^Ated. (treat sympathy was also expressed with Miss Ada Richards, of Kam bur -street. North Auburn, uear ; Sydney, during her long illntss. She, loo, was i becoming a mere wreck , of her former self uulil vr. -v iinams A'inK rills were trieu. one says ?' I aiu sixteen. About twelve nioutlu. ago my i strength grained to fade. I sulferad most severely from the effects of tiio lvc.it, although lictore this I hail been fairly strong. My bio id became «ery thin and poor. 1 w« seized -with extreme laugucr and Wfakuess, and uUo severe attacks of giddiness, aud 1 was often co'.npelici to sit down that 1 might recoter myself. My appetite deserted m*, and I could ouiy crawl about the house. These painful symptoms were accompanied with ueuralgia and mast ac\ere p...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Lucknow Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Tlic Luckaow flines. Tho manager of the W entwor th Goldfield j -Proprietary ^jj^^iijny, Limited, Lucknow, has 'fui'nishe'd^66u§)iirative statistics for th- past. thrse years' of the Wentworth and .Aladdin mines to the Warden of the disr strict: — ?' .... Wentworth JIine,,_Men employed; 189G, 381) ; 1897, 400; 1898,291. Tons .raised; 1896, 2368 ; 1897, 6225 ; 1898, 10,870. ?Yield- in . i-ounces : 1896, -„ 12,048, value £42,564? 1897, 5281, value '£18,752 ; 1898, 17,600, value i(i 1,600. . Aladdin Mine. — Men employed : 189Q, 120; 1897, 150; 1898, 67. Tons raised; 1896, 3052 ; 1897, 3027; 1898, 4866. Yield in - ounces : -1896, -16,7-18,. -value £58,195 ; 1897, 6064, value £20,710; 1898, 7344, value £22,032. The increased tonnage with decreased labour during the past year is most striking. Tho machinsrycinployed by the two com panies has a value of £28,000, and embraces 13 boilers, 11 engines, 6 wi n~d i ng-e ngi nes, 3 air compressors, 2 rock-brcakers, 35 stamps, 3 dynamos, 16 pumps,...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Gatton Tragedy. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

The Gattoh Trageilv, Biusiiane, Tuesdxr. The mail Burgess, who was arrested at Dalby on snspicion of being concerned iu the Gattou murders was taken to Toowoomba last uight. The police withdrew the chirge of murder, and faruia ly charged him with -stealing a saddle, the property cf M'Namara, of Brisuaue. It is alleged that nc:used was seen at Gattou auuui tue uuia ui tuc icageay. Mrs. Cirroil and her son are both confi lent that they wiil be able to identify tue nj in they saw at tliu slip-rails on the night of the murder. Gitton, Tuasd&y. A rumor has been persistently circulated to 'the effect that Korgess, who wcm arretted on a charge of complicity in tiie (i-ittoa murders, attended the Uouat Sylvia races on Boiing Day. When Bur gess was brought before the police court at Dal by, he asked, ' Is it not customary in a case of lite and death to assi?u a piisont-r a solicitor ?' Although it is a-fortnight since the mnnlfr, in eidsuts still come to 'light which had not before b...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Carcoar Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Carcoar Races. 1 The annual i^ces in counectiou with jblie ' Carcoar Jockey Club toolc'placa on Wedne»» day- last, and prorsd to be a great success. The attendanca wM. large, and with tb'e-'x; ; eeptioii'of alight shower of rain, tbe ..day' [fine. An.'.accident occurred in the Hacjt ; Race. When turuiug into the straight Good Girl fell, bringing down The Clown, Silver light, Muvourneen, and Informer: Welsh, the ricler of^Good Girl, had his leg broken, * the other jockeys escaping with a shaking. Appended are the results ; — -r ' . Coombinq Stakes. T. B Clieilicr'a Satan, 7«t9lb... .. 1 J. Yeoman's ltemenibrr Me, 7st lllb .. S NOVKL StLLIKG 1 iACE. Cupid, 8st 13. b ? . . . . 1 ' Playboy. Sst 131b ? 2 Caecoau J.G.' Handicap. R. Stinson's Mary Teek, 8»t 4lb ... 1 J. Ynoiniu'j Zillah, 8st ? 2 - Hack Sack. J. Kelly's Ureainlaud, Sit lllb ? 1 J. Fojjarty'a Native itoie, 'st 71b ... 2 Udrkv Scueut. Ch«iher's Red Law ... ,. ... 1 T. Leabeatcr's Cupid ? ... 2 Fobced Handicap. - Ji Mackie's G...

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 — 14 January 1899

Not of Small Iinportaace. A wound or cut when not very I.irgs, may .vein un unimportant thing, -but it will not do to n -gleet it. In many 'cases lives have been lost in that, way, . itirhard 1 of England, tho Lion-hearted king, was taken otiin tho uudst of his glory by a slight' Wound which had been unskilfully dressed. Blood poison set iu aud the monarch's career was soon closed. Your children get cuts and sores iu various ways, or perhaps you hivufsuch yourself. Ir you were to take no heed of them, they might mortify, and you would thu'n lo-o a momber of your . body, or even life itself. This is pretty serious, as you will acknowledge. Remember there fore, that Daan's Ointment will cure cute, sores, or wounds splendidly and do not fail to nbbly it to thein. Here is nroof of our atatenent. Mrs. IS. Marshall of 'Adelaide Lane, this j ?town, snys : — 'I once cut ray hand very, severely with a bread eatv. My friends I -.tas myself of a different opinion, however. ; Happening' to have...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Yarra Mystery. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

The Varra Mystery. MELBonKSK, TaesJav Afternoon. Constable Wilcox and five residents of Brunswick visited the Morgno to-Jay, and positively identified the head in the Yarn mystery case as that of Mrs. Rped. a late resident ot Jtruaswick. The de.ectives, however, allege! that tin people are mistaken, as Mrs- Reed was seen on board ihe steamvhip I Fredarich der (i rosso a mouth sine?, and when the I irat Aral, i IfliOtCa,! a, l,o» +i,„ ? k a telegram to Colombo, and received a cablegram from the police there a fortnight since that Mre. ltpeil is on beard that vessel with her hushau 3. However, as the people aiv* persistent, and nllcge that tha Mrs. Head did not.accompauy her husband farther inquiries will be made. Liter. The mystery in the above case has at last been . cleared up. A girl, named Dabberka, has confessed to a knowledge of the crime being committed, the victims name being Mabel Ambrose. Tho girl Dubberka was a serv.vjt iu. tho employ of a woman named Madmne Kadalski, to w...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barry. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Barry. . [?BOM X COr.r.ESI'OXDENT, 1 Sincn my last things have been faiily lively. Tuo farmers are making good pro gress with thoir harvesting. l'he weather is all that could lie desired for such a pur pose. Tiie early crops have boen a failure, the grain being very much pinched. We had two very tevjro frosts last week, K ktcn did great aa-nags to the potato crop*. 'Tha Christmas holidays are about over. The boys t -ok the privilege of seeing tho old year out and ths hew one in. They busiod Cljoinsclv-i-s in removing veliielni froni one. place to aiiofher,. ivhich caused much incon'-.' Vfeiiienca and atnoyaiioe t«- the owners of 1 such, 011 account of haviug made arrange ments for enjoying a New Year's drive, i : guess the owners of books on noxt New Year s Evo will take the precaution of se curing them, s - as not. again to meet with sacli a bitter disappointment. Daring tho wei k a number of invitat'ons woie isiue j from Dufivy's Corner to att-ad an evening party, at which there w...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Brown's Creek Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Tiie Kro wit's Creels Mine. V.Te aro sure the residants of Blnyney and district will bo gl*d to hear that tits Brown's Creelc Gold M i lii n^ Company in tend to couitiK'iK'e work at the mine next week. Mr. lliehard^, the manager ia cbargo, called at our office on Thursday aiid auuouiiceil the pleasing intelligence thr.t work woul l ba comniuisced 0:1 Tuesday next without fail. There is no denying the fast that the working of this mine means a great help to BlaynrVj it being ills natural outlet of Brouu's Creek. Years a;»o when it was in full work, it proved a great benelit to the business people of this town, and of course will prove ilie saint) in the future. The manager who is co.uin j up within a few weeks, a Mr Fiynn, is spoken of as a man of considerable experience and tact, and no doubt under his aole management things will soon bigin to boom. We have been asked by Mr. lliehards to adwsj miliars not to go there at the present seeking work as there are sufficient men already en...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

RSamlisrauia. Fkbom oub coan-sMSSZHr.l About Christmas time tho residuncs of Mr. O'llrien, at the Junction inine, was broken into while he was away on a holiday and a quantity of goods stolen, ti the . value j ot £7. Constable Gr3nage? had been ad- ] vised of it, and on Tuesday he recovered the I 1 whom of the. property and arras ted a man named James Cox on the charge, of stealing, | who was brought up g,t til 3 Cireo.tr police court 011 Thursday and temnnded. A ball was held in the fic'tool of Arts ou the night of the O.trjc.tr races, and was a great success. On Saturday last Mrs Owen, the popu'ar hostess of tbe Royal Hotel her*, decided to pay a long promised visit to Mount Mc Donald. Making an early start, wi li her daughter and ni--ce. andd:i-'e:i by ihe well known whip, Mr. P. Perry, they arrived at Mo::nt McDonald at 9.30 a.111 , whera tho visitors were vrai inly welcomed. The party made a stc.rt. ngain for home at 4.30 p in. which was reached hcfut u S o'clock. The distance,...

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 — 14 January 1899

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.') I'o Missis. Coicma:ic and Sons, Cooiamundra. Dzar Sins, — I have used the liucalypt Extract A-hicii i got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost cm ery potsi Lie com plaint I use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chiJblnius, neurulgii, toothache, &c., Ac., and 1 do not believe there is any disease it will not cure if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or toii.uiicd throat it is invaluable, ha\ihg hid personal oxporiimec of tbe fact very recently. Where children or i:vcti adults are badly ait'jeted I usually erect a kiud of sinnll tent near a fireplace, place' a kettle ou the fire, and wiiun the water leaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Kuaalyple iim\i«t'into the kettle, and uttach a Jong tube to the spout of tho kettle, and make the steam piay about the .patient in the tent. ; Tile steam owing to the distance it has io 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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The Late Concert. To the Editor of the Blayney Advocate and Ca[?] Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Tbe X«atc Concert. To the Editor 0/ ike Slay ney Advocate end Ca/toar j '' Herald. 'f ' -1 Si r, ^-The raason the public have siot been supplied with tha particulars of t'oa-expensse 1 of the above is because their ^''cliauipion ' I did not interett himself sufficiently to gather ; liiem. In my previous experiences the local newspapers invariably sought such in- j respectful manner. The expenses were kept at ihe minimum, not even a complimentary ticket was sent to the press. Tiie manage ment was warmly supported by tits public and I maintain we have their coniidenco still, notwithstanding you have imputed dishonest motives. Kctnember, Use financial success of tho concert was not due to any charitablo act ou the part of the ' Blaynoy Advocate.'1 That piper did not jnt the benefit of tho printiug account and that presumably is where* the shoe pinches. As your article is iusitlting to mo I declino to furnish you with any further particulars, and I claim to be as charitable as you are! ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 January 1899

z Impobtxni ©laaovCftiRS' o? Goi.d are .no doubt of great, .value to socisty, especially -jit a time like, tlie present, when the money market, is so light and poverty so distressing Still, however, there are some things, is .this world far more precious tUan gold, in spite of the immense influence it wields over man kind. Health, for instance, canuot be pur chased for money, but it may be preserved and secured by the use of Molloway's Fills. No family should be without them, as they arc rijuaily good in their eflec's for either old or youn^, No complaint can for long withstand their -healing power. They drive out all impurities froui the blood, strengthen the digestive organ', and cleanse the stomach. The difference. bet ween the aiza of the sun and that of the earth is about tho same as that between an or»uge aud a grain of sand. The queen is said to have had a natural antipathy to roses, -mid becnm j siet -^w^ien tliey were in.tlie , loom. : : ' ' ?*' ' 'diiua ik believod to cont...

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