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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

Commercial, J. 3. Jjkeds & Oa. JFat C.ittle ? 70 yirae J. .Ill* atia-iance of burers tvas aud owia£ to the short supply the market ff.us .uncii tiriuer. cj«i «jspe^4-.v spiling wed, . ii*si fceef 10 to 17s, ro8i(iu»v 15«^ W^'jsold— 40 'iiullojks fee Messrs, Marsh i tfls., Goola^pg, aver aging £4 10s ; 29 bollocks for Mr. E.?fl. -.lnue, .-averaging H 5s s 1 cow f r JJ rr Mitchell,^ C iw Creek, J-d 15*. 1 bulloilr £3 3 s ; ? iulloSks for tJ'rf. Aiceen, Big Fiat, at LS 9s ; 4 iieifc-ra at £3 ; 1 cow Jor Mr. Cainpbjii. at fi ltis ; heifer £2 li)* ; cow .aud calf fur ii!. John .VIcDiiaiiid af .L2 IQs, 1 ball *t 40a. '? i'at Sheep —ll iriat supplied heavily with midd- , dinj! quality lots, which suld ,we;l at advance of Is fierheal. Prima ec-trce. We eold— 500 wethers . or Mr J--h» Courts, -Bugd&d, at 5a ; 25 J awes toe Mr. if. a-n:t, Cj.vs i-eek. -0,49 Jit 58 wetherefor Mr. T. O'Sliea, at 0i7il ; ^0' 'ewes and wethers for Mr. O'Keefa, Sandy Creek. at&f 'I0i to: Si...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New South Wales Sheep-breeder's Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

New South Wales Sheep breeder's Associfldon. The Annual Show of the Sheepbreeder's Association will be held at the Agricultural Grounds, Moore Parle, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, June 29th, 30th, and July 1st, At a preliminary moeting of the com mittee to draw up the Bhedule of prizes for the forthcoming show, it was decided to recommend that in addition to the ordinary prizes (which in some instances will be. materially increased) that special prizes will be ottered to farmers not holding more than 2560 acres, also prizes under certain con ditions to maiden exhibitors. This it is. trusted will add to .the popularity of tho? Association as also increase -the members, roll; : '

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

The Municipal Elections. Tlie annual elfections ia oannection with our municipal council has onoe more come round, and during tha next woek the rats payers will be called upon to elect three ' alderqien to represent them ia our muaicipa.1 council Five oaf^didatea luva bsaa notai nate4 (cur tlie thr«e vacancies. Aldermen Glassoa and Marsh, two of the retiring alderman, have nit been nominated, though as fitr as we are concerned, considering these two Ktv.itlemeii wore put into the council by th i Governor's Appointment, we would very much liiced thenrta hayo faced Hid ballot box, in order to see whether the ratepayers WAiilil eimJi dnnrtln #;in An t f t j tlinir i approval. We do not make these remarks jn any way derogatory to these gentieraen, for 'we candidly admit that during the tima they have held their seats iu tbe council neither of them have done anything tliey need be ashamed of. Three of the candi dates beforft'the ratepayers fur election at the present time are men that ha...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

' JiERVOrSlSE'SS.'' ITS OaiaiN AND. SPEEDY CUBE. Are you aervene ? It's uet nie*,' is it? And it's bard to cure, too; I Veil thiuk so ! We don't. We're cured it oitea. Mr. William Brown, a popular, and now formidable pugilist who ia re siding at Bowen Villa, Ann Street, Brisbane, has been cured. How? . „ ... He recebtly explained it to a reporter of the Brisbane ' Age,' like this ' The severe and excessive training whieh I hire undergone now for many years, in erdnr to fit me for the combati which I have been called upon to undertake iu my profesaiou as a pugilist, had at length affected my eonstitutisn, and now aud again I would .experieuee great nerrousnesa. This is what the pugilist must guard against. Strong nerve power is an attribute to success, and I kuow that should I become nervous alwayi I ,' must discontinue say pugilistic career. Fortunate ly I did not sutler long before I bad struck the - correct specifia for my complaint. - Several tonioa were tried, but, although they...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 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 — 4 February 1899

^ 2 1 ^ . I PUBLISHED EVERT - ' ? i ? ? :=?? B satiiM*?} malt n in s | And Circulates extens§ve]y .through the fol- c 'lowing fTowns— \- : J - I : ? ... .. ... . - C Blayney Oarcojr Batiiarst * C ' Oanonindra Gowrx'-Y Groufell ? ? Milltliorpd OraiigS' , Mandurama. , C Newbridge Goullipru » Brown's Creek ? - I Spring Hill ? Lithgpsv Mount Macquarie ' Luckuovv ' '1 ueuA . youug . ? ?? ? Sydney Newcastle Wollongong Condobolin Forbes , Parlies Moloug Forefct .Beefs . Dujbo Files of the Betsey Advocate cau'jalways be soea at the principal Schools of Arts ind Mechanics' Institutes throughout the .whole o the Australian Colonies, aiid at tile jffices of the various Agents ? ;i ' * ? ( 1'LAIA A NtipOltNA MENTAL j ? i o b - r i it is , ' j ? ? ; i ?. J IN EVERY WvIETY AKD ' STYLE. t J Business Announcements, Hand- bills, j POSTlff&- BILLS, | ' ?'!' ' LAiiiES AND GS 1 LErrl£&lS» VISITING CARDS BALL, CONCERT AND OTHER PROGRAMMES ! AGJS&TS— Messrs Gordon & Gate!)...

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 — 4 February 1899

BLATNEY POST OFFICE. AEIUTAL OF . MillS. ,? Daily (Sun lays eae^pted) from Sjiinpy, Batnur.-t, GruiiTiile, Gjulburn ilur, en C ,rcoa^, Stani] u ?- ama, Ljndhurs!-, W. o l«tock, Uarlan'd, Cowra. B/OHh's^-cek. T.l'.O. So. 2 West. T.P.O. No 2 South, O.ton I'm k. From Norton, Barry; Shaw, Neville, anl Kind's f lains on Xucedujf, Tnuraday, an l SituVij- s From O'.e^hamstj.wn and V ttoru on W.dnejdjy# atdSaturdajf. DKrAETUBE OF MiltS. Daily (Sundays exc p .il) to Sydney, Ba hu tt, Qdulbur,-, HarJsp, Orjnvillr, Oircoar, lliii dnrams, Lyndhurit, Woo Jit. ck, Giirl 1 d, ' Oowra, Bro*ii*s Creel-, Ort .n l'jrfr, T.P.O. So. 2 Weit, T.P.O. N-2io lb. Tolifjrlon, titvil'f, Shaw, Harry, and King's TUnp : .on Tuesdaji, llntsdoy-, aud Snturdaye. To Ore»lumtt-.wu«nd . Yiiiuii.i on Wedu.idiya and caiuiusjo. PjIN.NTPoSTi.an. . . Tlie rate of postage, uuder the conditions of t.ic Act, on lettera posted in the district -ftb'ai and to Any of the following post office's Is ? Id : — Barry, Blaybey, Browii'a ...

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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

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Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Gatton Tragedy. BURGESS' STORY CONFIRMED. GATTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

Tlie Gatton Tragedy. BHRGESS' STORY CONFIRMED.] Gatton, Taesdsr. Burgess statsiaent as to bis movements on Box ing Day and night have been esuSrmed. Se'roral residents at Green mount, on tbe maiu southern railway, about .23 utiles across ' country from Gatton, affirm that Birgass was there on Boxing Night. Sii was then clean sharss. On heiug' shown Burgess' photo, : which Jepioti him wearing a beard, ssveral pe»ous pronounced it la fas the picture of a man who was is tha district (m Borintr Day. Solar, Buigsss1 atataunents are found to tally with aUtamcnta ebtainad by the poliat. Iu vestigationi at Greekmeunt 'are not concluded;1 liat . there Is an impresiiou that tliej will cemplettly verify Burgess' story. Whta discharged from gaol, BurReBs.wore a full Ltard. When atKillar- ' uey, near Waririck, about Dwosutbar IS, lie was clean-shaven, . This intelligence shows that the Queensland 1 peiiee have beeii following a wtong trail through out, meanwhile nffering every facility for the r...

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Terrible Boiler Explosion. ALBURY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

Terrible B»ilc* Explosion. , , ? Albcbx, Monday. A torrible boiler explosion occurred at Hayes Bros.' flour mill, in the centra of the tow n, at 9 o'clock this morning. The en gines had been stopped, to permit the men to replace the belt. -on a. pully, when the boiler burst. , Portion of the ironwork was carried 50 yards in one direction, the fire box was hurled a similar distance in another direction, while a portion of the bdllcr, weighing nearly a ton, was blown a hundred CAmt-- in n-» et'tV] nnartinU.ailir) AVOP fllA Club House Hotel, a two:stor»yed building situated two hundred yards distant. L family named New, residing in the vicinity, were at breakfast at thelime. One boy, 11 years of age, had just risen from tlie table when the end of tlfe building was torn away by portion of the Loiler stid the' lad was killed instantly. .-/;?? ,i, Mrs. Carroll and child, who resids at a butcher's shop,' were seriously.injure'd, and. Mrs. Brougban and child; wlu occupy ano ther Iiousp, wer...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Barry. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

. Barry. £ruOM A COKBESPONDENT.] On Saturday night last a lively little party was held in the Barry Hall. The great Western Wompoo and Lightning Miek took; tha| part of musicians, and the Finger from the post-office acte&ns M.G. I noticed ' Tankie the hawker looked as If thiegs did not suit him. The daucing was carrried out in style, there being five girls present — Squirt, Mover, and ,the Two-foot, the others I've no need to ' mention. After having a good innings at dancing, a game of leap frog took place ; then i noticed Baggie and Cavie taking a walk with Mover and Squirt. Fidgetty Andy needled up as usual because the girls would not hop with him. 1 also noticed the Bantam jockey offered Mover 5/ to let him read her bumps, but that cock wouldn't fight. Saruger, the chap that does 'a little on the black bag trick, did not put in hU appearance, as he wanted to culebrate his donah's 4lst birth day, SWAGMAN.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

9tl ayney Municipal Council. The regular fortnightly meeting of the abovo council' was held on - Wednesday evening. Present— the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Glasson, Hemsley, Pile, and Stinson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Tl\o following correspondence was read : — From Department of Lands, re application for site for sras works. Received. Tli« Mayor explained that they had not applied for gas works, as one of the local papers stated last week, as they had no intention of doing so at present. All they atksd for was a site oi\ which to erect gas works at some future time and a* the. re was a bit of suitable land available at the present time it was thought best to secure it if possible. — From tho Department of lands, stating ihdt the application of the council for a town common was under consideration. Received. — From Department of Public Works, re the windmill, stating that the department. saw no reason why they should alter a previous de...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Allora Spring Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

Allora Spring Wlieat. Mr. E. R. Bennett, of Coolauion, New South Wales, writes as follows upon the subject of Allora. spring wheat : — 'I under stand that the Victorian ' farmers are de sirous of procuring a quantity of . Allora spring wheat for this season's seeding, and that you are interesting yourself on their, behalf. I can supply about 150 iiags of su.ni* aril am n tanr) ntii*A anrl nlaan ?Tltlo wheat — or, rather, the seed from which it was raised— was procured direct from the Wagga Wagga' Experimental Farm, where it was last year sold in small lots at 7s Cd per bushel. It did very well liere this year, although not ; sown until August. I am prepared to -put this wheat through the cleaner a second time, thus making ' 'an ex cellent sample.-of seed, ready for the seed sower, aud i vyili pat same oil trucks at Temora railway, station at 4s per bushel. This may seem trt ftral sight to farmers a high price to pay for seed ; 'hut when I tell you that at/lp.. p.er. acre. is ample t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

Mandurama. [rHOM OUB CORRESPONDENT.] '1 1 very much regret that a painful acci dent happened to Misi Ivy Owen, daughter j of Mr. E. Owen, of the Royal Hotel, on Tuesday evening. ? She was stepping out of a buggy when she missed the step, and the i on, entered the calf of.the leg. .causing a deep wound about three, inches long' and very deep. Fortunately Dr. Hawthorno virus in town, who dressed the wound, putting tnrse sutcnes in. ip» little sunarer is pro gressing fairly well. Gallymont is likely to revive. Mr. Skid more, who was appointed to report on the mine, in au interview with your correspon dent, said he was at .first very reticent about the prospects ef the mine, but after a time ' he expressed himself to the effect that the mine if judiciously worked would pay a fair dividend to the shareholders, lie attributed the failure of the mine to bad ^-management, both in the workings and in VtUe battery. So if .tlie directors adopt ^mrisSkidmore's views Gallymont will be agMti m iu...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Confusion More Confounded [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

Confusion M ore Confounded The Biaynoy correspondent to.ihe ' Daily I Telegraph ' is evidently not very particular as to the truthfulness or otherwise of any information he supplies' to that paper. As aii instance of this fact we might mention that in last Tuesday's issue of the ' Daily Telefraph ' appears the following — ; For aldermen: Michael .'\Vatsin, Bridsemau. Robert Marsden, All the candiiat^s nomiaatoJ were elected unopposed.' No rttiring aldermen were hominatjdV Au election will take place for the local option .poll.' Now tlie faet,q£ tho matter is there are fire candidates nominated, auid whatever is 'meant by 'an electioii,will take; placo for the local option poll,' we can't say, but our devil says lie must have been suffering from the effects of a little too much whiskey at at the tiinCj- as 110 election takes place in connection with the local option, bat simply a poll is taken. I hen on Wednesday another telegram appears in the ' Telegraph' and is as follows: — for a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

NOTES AND COMMENTS, Federation. — A telegram from Mel bourne on Thursday night says SirGeorgt Turuor announces Conference of Premiers bavu unanimously agreed t j a satisfactory settlement of all the disputed questions with regard to Federation. Djn't forget II. Woaliey'a great land sale on Saturday next, 1 1 th iasU ut. 107 choice building sites on the bcvjtiful and elevated slopes of .Blayney, not far from the Great Blayney Copper Mine. I * * * i Friday next 13 polling day for th* Blayney ! munioipal elections. Hours of vo'.ing from 8 a.m. till 5 p.ui. It i; to ba h.jpsi the j ratepayers will roll up aal vote fur tho three best men accord. to tlieir choice. The local option vote will also b» taken on Friday next. The Cigirotte of th: uty n the ' T.irea Caatieit. It is thJ bsst, tli3 m)»t largely cmsuuisd, aad the most appreciated. T!ii- is amply and docil :dly proved by tho actire doui ind and lirje s&les. * * * Young Mbn's Dsbatino Socisr?. — The weekly meeting of the Y. i...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

CRICKET. . Au. enjoyable game was played at Blayney on Saturday last betweea teams representing the Lyndhurst and Young Men's Debating Society (Blayney) clubs, the visitors being victorious by 60 runs. ? Tho play on both sides was good, especially the fielding, aud it took over five hours play to make the 293 runs scored during tbe match: At 1 o'clock an adjournment was made to the Wesleyan School Hall, where an excellent spread was provided and the wants of tbe cricketers were wall looked affcir by several young ladies. O. Guest captained the visitors, and W. Moilor was skipper of the local team. Following ar# the scores : — Ltodhubst. i'iT3 1 joai&gs Una iaamgs j E. Bloomfleld» b Death ? 0 b M&Uoa . . . . 2 O. Guest, c Harris, b SlarsUall . . 0 o Harris b Uallon 17 V. Bloonwcld, cDavies, b Death 48 b Death ? 24 B. Higgs, cMellor, b Death.. .. 18 b Death ? 12 B.jBloomflelii, b, Harris ? 0 st. Blellor/b Death 7 G. Hidley, l.b.w., b Marshall .. 0 b Death.. i T.Davis, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A. and P. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 February 1899

A* and P. Association. The Committee of the Blayney A. and P. Association met at the Council Chambers on Thursday evening, the Pie&ident presiding. A circular was read from Mr. J. L. Thompson, lecturer of the Depart man t of Agriculture, forwarding list of subjects, -tc, in connection with bis lectures. It way do cided to n«k Mr. Thompson to - isit Blayney. altout a week before the Show and deliver three lectuiea on the. tollowing suljjsefcs : — ' Silos aud Ensilagf,'' '? Laying down land in Grasse»,' and ' Spacial Producti.' A comiuunicatiou was re -id from the De partment of L'inds, granting a special Isase of the show ground fi,r 28 years at £1 per annum, and to dedicare sect on 20 fur a new Show ground. It was decided to Jet. the sUtxd orer, in or'isr to ascertain th probable cost of removing the buildings and improvement!, and to ask the Government for a special grant for the purpose . . A letter was read, stating that the Gov ernment would o^fer £20 as special prizes a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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To Magulfy the Voice. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

Ta SagaitV tUe Voice. An extraordinary discovery is described i:i tlie L*)a Ion ' D i ly Sliil,' which si.aLe^ that prow--i-aal protection has bun jjraate-! fjr an inven i jn whic'i is said to bs capable of cirryngthe voice l iujly mi I clrarly f.ir adiitin:o of miie-i. It is claimed by th:« investor that t'u fitting of !? is apparatus i.i thu ii ni'eof (.' lnimoas, and c^i.r.ujtin/ it ti Hyde Park, -w^ulJ all nv . of , thousands of poople heari.ig in cloir t i i's e^--ry word spoaen in me i'arutm -ntai-y unamoer. itn magician who works thrsa wonders is Mr. Horace L S iarp, consulting mechanical enginof r of New jialdeu, Surrey. Ha has had a varied and world-wide experience, altli^u^h only a young man. A 'Diily 'Mail ' representative saw the instrument working indoors, and lud an interview with Mr. Sharp, who took the apparatus to pieces in bis presence '* My instrument.' liesaid, ' will work distinctly and with satisfaction or«r two uii'cs, and this I have actually proved. It is on...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

TIIAT feeling, s j prarala'ilii tin h)t wcxtlier, which in iltes man lirjl of life and work, is bjco ui'i » rn-jre c -:n irni overy year. Miny attribute this to tin c!im ite ; aud, in fact, the c'.inute is respintibU — rery slightly, however. Jf you feel WEARY and lack e.urgy, yo i invy rest assured that your bloi.l is thin, w.nkor impure; if it were rich ani pure, it world impart vitality anl en?rgy to every nerve and orgiu iu the bsdy, an 1 tho wli.jie system would bj robust and hialthy. Whan ths system is run down from weakness of tli i blojJ, you become TI l^D a i 2 an o i!y a'da to dj a vary s'i^htafn laut of wirk wi;'uit feeling greit f itig'J !. You hive a constant desire ti liadovu, aal at the oud of the day feel utterly worn-out ;and dispiriteJ. You m iv, by force of will, over come that worn-out FEELING | for a tim^, bat this c jurse aQts on the nerves, ' and results ev?atu illy i.i 'nar/oas pros- j tratijn.' Thi blood only becomes iiapure : when t'.i t stomich, liver and ...

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