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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

CommerciaL Wheat. —Mr. H. K.. Carter. 9'heit ^broker, Syd giey iiid Melbourne reports as 'follows under tlate y.tbriiitry jitli : — Wheat t)aa not perceptibly , flanged (11 value - tyring ijie pii s! wet'},, »ui) Hia« juaite «|fes steadily *t fur good nulling qualniu* .pud 2/7 for eewcil milling, nud-fowls '\vhe»t as per and uoujitiQu, averaging abont 2/^. The XvoJoO njaifcei girtii way t.ume*yV)»t| siilee of jcargoes being reported at 27/5 — : boiug u fall of 91 ? Jo 1/ — and p-rce x are harJIy v«r*fe over 26/9 '? $31 per 4S01bs. Melbourne fs steudy fit 2/6J for ^hipping quality, aud very heavy ahjjimeniB arc |»eing made in Loudon. Adelaide ppiee» continue frans 2/8 to 2/7 at ih» port. Heavy, arrival* «on .tinuem S/du«y t'l'iinj Melbourne, one house alone ibaviwg ^d«e-l at tl|e pKSt»ii}s ior 10,093 bags of wheat, y.'iH t}nnr has cuiitiH'ied to arrive from the ei'ne port futher hsayily, and also froat Adelaide and Sin FiauiUcq, The future of the' market hang* uhi-Sy qa tiie firmness...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Public Library. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Tbe Public library. The Trustees of tbe Public Library of New South Wales are making every effort to niaie their collec tion of Australasian books, manuscripts, engrariugs, and early newspapers, as complete rs possible, for they recognise that these will be of very great value to future historians of this Colony. The collection is now very strong in bosks. Metropolitan nswspapera and engravings, but wcaU n manuscripts and old provincial newspapers. In many- eases the iVu priotorB tlioinseib-a have not a complete file of the coontry newspapers, and often appeal to the Public Library for information from back volumes ; which, however, arc not available. Under the Copyright Act the Library receives one copy of each newspaper now published in the colony and it is intended to preserve and kind for futnre . reference the aqost important of these -at least one from each district. The consideration of expense is the only tbing which prevents the binding of every newspaper iu Mew South Wales...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

fjfsissH mrrisss. Circacs of EjrG&AND.— To-morrow serricet tvilJ be held as follows ; lilftvnoy, 11 nod 7-30 ; Kinu's Plains. 3— Rev. IV. If; H-'itcI). Barry, 31 ; Moo rilda, 3 ; Newbridge, ' 30 Re» J Onyone I PjiKSBVrEftl.lS — I'o-miirraw services wiil ba con-' dusted ns follows Blayney, 11 aul 7 30; Hob by's Yards, 3 — Rev. J. Aiiam. Wesleyax. — To-ur.-r-ow ser.'ices willba held as follows : — Blayney, 11 ; Neville, 3 ; Gallymont, 7.30— Hev. A'- S .Swift. Blayuey, 7-50— Mission Norton, 3 — Mr G Death. Catholic Cjjorcxi (Pariah of Carooar). First Sun lay —Carcoar, 8. 33 a.m. Blayuey, 31 a.m. ami 7-30 p.m. Secoud aaeday — Blayaey, 8.30 a.m. Carcoar 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. TMrd Sim Jay — Carooar, 8.33 a. in. and 7.30 n.m, Blayney, 11 a.m. Fourth Sunday— Vittoria, II a.m. Blayney, 7.30 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when oc;urring) — Neville, 11 ji.m. Carooar, 7.30 p.m. The Presbytery, Caruoar, 24th Jnne, 1397. . ». :-.»-!? ? ? .1 i.s.1 Advocate and Herald. IfE^SOBES; NOT MEN.' — O — 8A.TUR...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Haadurama. [rnoic oon cobeespokceot.] Mr. Henry Molloy, . of Daisy Park; who about a fortnight ago was taken seriously : ill- and for some days his life was despaired of, but under the care of Dr. Hawthorne he is now considered out of danger. A week ago his cato was considered so bad that Dr. Bartlett, of Cowra, was sent for, . ' Mr. Molloy » quite a young man, and lias lived in the district all his life, he being engaged with his brother in farming and grazing. There is same talk of reviving the School of Arts. ? It has lain dormant for S9ma years, and with our increased population and wealth it should not be u difficult matter to make it; a success. For several days past a number of teams have been employed in carting and spreading gravel on the main road between here and Carcoar, and all those who have had to travel on the newly-made road notice the improvement. The present dry weather is causing a great deal of anxiety amongst all classes, but aspasially those engaged in pastora...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Town Pump. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

flic Town Pusiip. j DcpiNG the past we?k the local windmill has undoubtedly been playing n funeral dirge in memory of the municipal council of 1898-9. And ^fpll it might-, for all tha gouncil of that yew done to put it in repair, j We have fre^unjitly drasvn attention to the j fact, but all to no purpose. The present de lapidated condition of tbo windmill is a menace to the defunct council of 1898-9, and flow that we havo three newly-elected alder men jn the council it is to be hoped they trill add new life \)o it, not only as regards the windmill* bulb la many other ways the }ate council were deficient iu, .£'200 . was granted by the Government for the con struction of tlie windmill, in order that it v might prove of grsat beuofit to the towns people, and the local council undertook the pversigbt of it, as trustees for the people, and the manner in which they have carried out their duties as such reflects but little, credit to them. We are sure had the Gov ernment known that such c...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

CRICKET* The Y.M.C. team defeated Barry at Blayney on Saturday last by an inniugs and 50 runs. Scores : — Bahut. 1st Innings Sin! Innings . W. Marshall, not out ? 23 b. O'Mara ... 7 H. Gieadhill, b Clinch ..Ob Clinch . ... 0 P. Touhey, b Clinch ? 5 c., b O'Mara. . 7 \V. l'ookcy, b O'Mara ? 1 b O'Mara 34 J . IUvub, b Clinch ? 1 b Marsh ... G X. Dover, a-, b Clinch ... ... 2 not out ... 1 (J. Williams, b Clinch ? 0 b Clinch ... 0 J. Dover, b O'Mnri ? 0 b O'Mara ... 1 S. Gieadhill, c., b O'Mara ... 4 l- Harsh ... 3 A. Gieadhill, b O'Mara ... 0 b Ciiiich ... 0 J. WilliamB, b Clinch ... ... 3 c., b O'Mura 0 Sundries ? S Sundries ... 2 41 42 Y.M.C. — First Innings. H. O'Mara, b ITiiliams ... ... 33 W, Marsh, b Williams ? 10 E. Mellor, b Dover ? 7 F. Cooper, b Williams ? 8 F. Paul, b Dover ? 2 A. H. Hicholls, rnu out ? 0 Jno. Brouifiold, c., b Williams ... it O. Marsh, b Dover ... ? - 14 H. M*r«ii, b Gieadtiili ? 17 L. Clinch, st., b Dover ? '20 W. Jones, not out ? 0 Sundries ? 13 Total .....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

BLAYNBY-HAHDEN LINE.;, ; UP. , a.m. ? ' -p.oj, ? — Blaynej ? Dep. 4 55 8 55 IS ?Carooar ... ... ... 5 45 10 36 17 Mandaratna ... ... 6 6 10 48 1§ Ljudliurst ... ... 6 22 11 1 S3 Q-arland ? ? a a 27 Swan Ponds ? a a BO W&ngeola ... ... a a 85 Wood6took: ... ... 7 27 11 60 49 Holmwood ? 7 56 12 12i.m 40 Oowra ? Arr 8 10 12 23 Stop . p.m. „ ? Dap 8 60 12 40 i 66 Wattamadnrra ... u ... 04 Koorawatba ... ... 4 43. 1 80 69 Orowtker ... ... a - 74 Babdick Morrel ... a ... i 80 Monteaglo ? ? a ... | 90 Barrangong ... ... a ... j t»2 Young ... ...Arr. 6^6 8 60 . . ...Dep. 6 66 3 0 103 KiugGvalo . ... -.. a 310 Demoudrille ? 8 10 B 60 111 Murrumburrah ... » a 118 Bardon ? Arr. 8 80 4 6 DOWN. ~~ ! ? a.m. ? p.m. — Harden 1.. ...Dep.i (5 20 8 10 - 2 Uurrutaburrab ; .,ia. a 8 Demondrillo ... ... 6 48 9 80 10 Kingitala ... ;i. a a SI JToaiig ...^ .v.Arr. 7 61 . 10 20 V ' „ ... v Dip. 8 6 10 25 23 Barrangong ? a . a 33 Uonteagl* a a 8a Bendick Morral ... a a 44 Orowthar . . ? a a .49 Eooraw...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

A 1 L W A T T I M E- TABLE- DOWN ? . . **«?' I BUttoa. ? j Vs*s. 1M. . a.m. p.m ? — - Sydney ? ? Dap 10 15 8 0 8 Ho'mtbiuti... ... ... ... ... 13 Grail rille . ... . ... ' ? ? , 14' Pfvrautlm.., ... ... ' ... ... S Bt It BUcktoira ... ... ... ... ... 15 BSotyHll... ... ? n St. W»ry'« ... ? . U reorith^ ... ... ...in. II 28 9 0 „ : ? ... Di». 11*0 8 6 M Emu*Pl»ins , ? ... 11 8S 0 10a S9 XjuoistiIU ... .... a M Glenbrcok ... ? ? ... 1160 ... -1 BUrl«od .„ ... ? 41 67a *5 Xuitir ? ... a , pm. « The TiUbj ? ? ... ... 1# Six U Sprinjwpofl ? ... li 15 ' ... 40 Faulconbriflge ... ... ... 18 28a (1 Kunulit ? «. 63 Linden ? ? 13 84 ?4 Woodford ? ... 12 45o ... U Huelbrool ? « ... 68 Lairaoa ? ... 1.4 10 80 Ct Weatwct h F«l!« ... ISO -S Katoomka ? 1 88 11 6 70 Mediow ? ? ... » 73 Blacking ? 2 11 29 7i I Mount Viotoria — 2 30 11 tla SI Hittlt; Till ? 2 89a 12 la.ro SI Ball ? ? ... ... 2 46 . ,12 8 88 0:arencB S.diag ? 8 2 12 24 ?2 ZigZ.g ? ? 8 16 12 37 85 Eat Bask ? ... 3 28 12 10 ?8 Lithfow ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

TOOTH AO HE. THE sow remedy, VICTOBY CUJiE FOR TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA, cures the worst casa .iritliin ten miautos,' Innumera'ble Tsstimoniale. A considerable number of par custoiucrs h.ira already: trisd the new rsineJy, Victory Cure £cr Toothaohe and Neuralgia, and have in evisr.v in stance been eurod. It iB certainly a most wonderful emeJy, and we truBt it will beoome widoly know. ; . HtlOB MONTOOMantE, CnABLKS I'lETZK U Josbpb Coouas, S COOKBS, ARTHCE G. CopunB, Storekeepers, Marulan. The above Bemedy can be bad at tbe Ofiice ol lus Paper. £1 41 D-^Y i0 H| l| fi| wj be 'aiaua by I YO IS persons- of ci 9 ip tber sex, in WHj|| QH0 OI their own lo calities, at work for us. New buoiuess. All I meet with wotiderSul success. Anyone can do tbe work. You dout need capital, orj aiboiit tho «ame as none. We will start you. No spHce to explain here.. But you can j mafcp ti cnug little fanuuB houorably and ; easily. Tbe einplojrcueiit is particularly adapted to tbe region in wliicli this pu...

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 — 18 February 1899

BLAXNEY POST OFFICE. ABUTAl OP VAirjl. Daily (Sundays excepted) from Sydney, Batburet, Oranrilla, Qjulburn. llardea, Oirooar, Mandur ama, Ljndhur«t, W oiitock. Garland, Oowra. Browc'fi Greet, T. P.O. No. 2 Weat, T.P.O. Bo. 2 Sooth, O. ton Pai k. .From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, . an 1. King's . Plaint on Tueadayr, Thursday-,, and Saturday:. From Greghamjtjwn and V.tlorii on Wcdaeidaya acd Satordayr. DEPlBTintB or KAIIS. Daily (Sundays exc p~td) to Sydney, Ba hu el, Ooulburr, Harden, Gr.invilte, Oarcaar, 1[-D- durams, Lyndliunt, Wooiat jpt, Girli d, Oowra, Brown's Creek, Ort in P^ri, T.P.O. Nj. 2 W«r, T.P.O. N . 2 So 1I1. To Morton, Ntvil e, Shaw, Uarri , and King's Pliinr on lueadaja, ih-raduy , and Saturday;. To Qregbumatcwn and Vuto.-ii on Wednesdays end Saturdays. Pbsstt Postagb . The rate of postage, under the conditions of the Act, on letters posted iu the distriot fiom and to any of the foilovriug post offices is Id Barry, Blayney, Brown's Creek, Burnt Xards,-? Cadia: Oarco...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Sporting Consultations. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Sporting: Consultations. Sporting consultations aud the methods of aTarioious owners have been much io evi dence recently,., according to the , West Australian ' Sunday Times.' W. A. Tat? teraall'a (J. Charles) conducted in that colony are run uDon principles that are makiua them deservedly popular throughout the colonies. They are drawn on the morning of the race in the presence of from 700 to 1000 subscribers, who elect their own com mittee to check the tickets aud marbles, and conduct the drawing under Mr. Charles' j I supervision, Forty were drawn last year, a large proportion fully subscribed, aud owners I have found it an impossibility to learn the drawers of their horse. - Mr. Charles de 1 cliaes to negotiate between drawer and owner, .thus protecting ihe interest of his clients, who are also permitted to refer to the Bank of N.S.W. or the Union. Mr. Charles, tbs proprietor, is one of ihe largest propel ty holders in Perth.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pastures and Stock Board [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Pastures and Stock Board, ? An address from the members of the old Pasturac and Stock Protection Board, of Carcoar, appears eUewhero in this issue. We would atso point ouc to owners of stock that th* election of a neyr Board takes place on Friday next, 24t!- j.nstant. There will be polling pWei iit Blayney, Carcoar, Forest Reefs, Trunkey, 'Tuena, aud other localities. The pol ling place itt Biayney will be held at the Court House/: Mr. F. M, Hill, of Athol having been appointed te act as deputy returning officer.; Ia choosing the new' Board to took after 'their interests, —owners of stock should not allow prejudice to in fluence their selection, but rather should be guided in their choice by the actions of the men who hare filled the position in the past. As we pointed out a ' few ' weeks ago, . the. balance-sheet of the past year speaks volumes for their fitness to hold the position of direc | tors. Therefore, on Friday next we hope the owners of stock in the various - localities j...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Blayuey BSaulclpal Council' The regular fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday evening. Present— ^tlie Mayor (Alderman Stinson), Aldermen Bridgman, Clark, Hew ish, llussart, Bhakespear, Watson, .and Woodward. . Tho minutes of 'the previous meeting ware read and confirmed. ' CORRESPONX-ENCK. The following correspondence was read ; — From Department of Public Works, for warding £30/11 for minor roads. Received. — From tbe Treasury, stating that the time bad expired for granting subsidies on the rates. Received. — From the Treasury, stating that the sum of £15 had been placed to the credit of tbe council in the Bank towards improving Carringtoa Park, stating that the amount -would have to be expended before 30th June. Received. — From De partment of Public Works, stating that no agreement existed as to amount to be granted for main and minor roads. Re ceived, and it was decided the council clerk should write to the Department pointing out that when the council t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

ELECTION OF MAYOR. A special meeting of tbe Blayne/ munici pal council was held on Wedntsdiy after noon for the purpose of electing tie Mayor for the next twelve months. Present — the retiring Mayor (Alderman llussartj. Alder men Bridgman, Clark, Hewish, Shtkesncar, Stinson, Watson, and Woodward. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Mayor and -Alderman Stinson con gratulated the newly-elected Aldermen, who briefly returned tbanks. On the motion of Alderman Stinson, seconded by Alderman Clark, it was decided to conduct the election of Mayor with opeu doors. Alderman Woodward said he hid great ploasure iu proposing Alderman Stinson as Mnyor for tho preset: t ytar. Alderman Stinson had filled ihe position before, and he thought from the experience hu had gained since that lie would make aa excel lent Mayor. Alderman Watson seconded the proposi tion, and Alderman Hewish supported it. Aidci man Clark proposed that tho retiring Mayor (Alderman llussart) ba the ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Young Men's Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Yoaag Ilea's Debating Society. The weekly meeting of the above Society was hold in the Wesleyan School Hall on Monday evening, tiie Rev. A. S. Swift pre siding. After tho opening proceedings, the following syllabus was read and adopted : — February 20, debate — ' Women's Fran chise'; Feb. 27, Impromptu Speeches; March 6, Journal ; March 13, debate — ' Wellington and Napoleon, which. was the greater General ' ; March 20, Literary night ; March 27, C oucert ; April 3, Recess (Easter Monday). The meetings are now open to ihn public, and a cordial invitation is given to everyone to bo present. The debute on .Woin.n's Franchise on SI'ind-.vy is buin^ lo--k-xl fur- j *--ar.) to with jiTr-ac iiiterflsn. The m^ -lings I'T-israT-spi ??'.?loci '?'li'.rvi.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Marsden Lodge, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

M^rsdea I^dge, X.O.G.T. At the usual weekly meeting of the above Lodge on -Tuesday evening there was a large attendance, Bro. J. Mellor,- C.T. presiding The business of the evening wa» tha instal lation of the newly elected officers for the present quarter. One new member was duly initiated After the formal routine of business had been gone throuji'i the in stallation was proceeded with. Bro. 11. A. Marsden, L.D,, was tho installing master, assisted by Bro. J. Ash The following are the officers of the present term : — Bro. J. Mellor, P.C.T. ; Si*. C. Morgau, O.T. ; Bro. A. ' Pettendricb, V.T. ; Bro. W. Chalson' Sec.; Sis. K. Marsclen, F.S.; Bro. D. Baddiei T.; Sis. G. Petteudrich, C.; Bro. L. Perritn, M.; Bro. J. Gresa, G. ; Bro. W, Williams, Sen.; Sis. M. Gorringe, AS; D.ni.. Sis. E. Marsden. The members of the Lodge intend giving aa entertainment on Tuesday evening nest, for which an attractive programme has been prepared. The 'entertainment will bo free to the pnblie, so it may r...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Tiie Federal Capital. Like other ton- us, BJayncy intends to jqalie a bid fur tha ^adei'al Capital. Jn another column our readers will 500 the Mayor, in . response to a requisition, has convi-ned a public meeting for Monday IS'.eiiing next, for the purpose of considering iriiii- steps siiouiu ua ta-Kea to try ana uave f-he Federal Cipi tal located ill this district. A Mr. Wilson, writing to tho Daily Telo griph of Wfid.'iesrJay in reference .to this '? sabject, points out most conclusively that Jilayncy his claims which few of lip other i places muntionad as wishing to secure the jpapibx), can liiy claim to. Mr. Wilson does ,pot confitio himself to nierc words and -r)j-.igtnatinn on tho subject, but he produces « mi;) isi support of what ho writes, We ^iipe as a rcaul' oE the meeting on JJonday next thai a strong Fedtral League wi|l be formed, and that strenuous efforts will be jiia le to s'c.ure ^,'ue goal for which we tviin. We notice that a' large and enthusiastic ineetinj of ies...

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A Splendid Investment. WHAT A FEW SHILLINGS D D FOR A PERTH MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

A Splendid Investment. I WHAT 2V FEW SHILLINGS D D FOll A PERTH MAN. Early in tha present decade there was iiviug in Melbourne a member of that sturdy race that makes its way to every j corner of the earth. (Jeorge Nelson was j his name, his birthplace the ' land of brown j heath and shaggy wood.' Mr.* Nelson was j a member of a Uechaoita lodge, ana as sucu was entitled to the benefits accruing to its Diembers. For luauy months he was on the sick list, and, as he conceited, a burden to his fellow members. They, however, loyally stood by him, and after months of medical treatment for biiiousnou and chronic head ache, accompanied by daily-recurring fits of vomiting, his lodge sent him oh a trip to his mother country in search of health. But unarailingly, for Mr. Nelson returned no better in health than when he had departed twelve months previously. Again the man's conscience urged hint lo roliere liia fellows of the burden that lie felt himself to be, and his strict views of right aud...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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LOCAL OPTION VOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

LOCAL OPTION VOT£ The result of tho Local Option ,-otc was as follows : — For more publicans' licenses, yes 22 ; no, 39. Ivemova! of publicans' licenses — yes, 28 ; no, 30.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Cloth is now being successfully made from woihI, T«e latest jouraali.ltt; venture in Japan i.i a pipiT devotwd tu ypurlinjf matters. L'lte fii»l uu.iibtti' has .-irticJ.-.i ou rowsn^, swim cu t {oj'.LaU,

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