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RE-OPENING OF THE BLAYNEY SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

RE-OPENING OF THE BLA.YNEY SCHOOL OF ARTS, A mp^t enthusiastic meeting was held in :the' Council Chambers on Wednesday even ing, for the purpose of taking steps to have the School of Arts library re-opened. The retiring Mayor (Alderman Clements) occupied the chair, and explained the object of- the n^eeting. Mr. Rossiter proposed, and Mr. R. Stin son seconded, 'That Mr. L. Johnson act as hon. sets, pro tern.'' Garried. Mr, C. R'. Barry gave a long explanation as to the cause of the library being closed, which was owing to the apathy of the towns people. lie also explained matters as to the connection of Mr. J. D. Matthews with the School of Arts, who, he' contended, had stuck to the institution all through, and tor which he deserved the thanks of the com munity. There was also the sum of £D in Mm Raulr to tlie credit of the institution which of course would be available if they made a fresh start. The Chairman said he was very pleased at the explanation given by Mr. Barry. Mr. Rossit...

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

^ ? tttjL a - 1 \ Tl^e XAver and, l-ts . Speolal Wort, | j Huliraris* fibroui glangulor body, and ita special duty is to rempve noxionB and =|L I ftmaamiM ~~*±~ from the blood. Ifralao secrets and furnishes the bile; which is one If j of the imdiapemible elements for .the digestion of food. The symptoms of* sound P ? ' Iineg«nB Acgrfulaeaa of mind, and perfect health fulness and vigor of the whole body. |L I Owe Oumg really may be certain — if anything be wrong with him or her there is H j Saatahoatfirsehaocea to the hundred there cannot be an;thiog'-dse than liver trouble, r ' J ^fkmlfce Ever hMgone wrong, the aymptomB vary greatly in different persons. Other JL | iortau w»«rtremely liable to suffer in sympathy, and when this happens, many mis- K '. J gtaAhi jnfferen nsalce the mistake of tuing medicines for these effeota— instead of p, * rn^fif ***'' Try' remedy at the fountain bead of their sufferings that is to say—at iL' ! tiSalirer^~'Hie proper remedy to take in snch cases is ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. POLLING . DAV. Monday last' was polling day, apd great interest, was evideutly takei'' in the platter as the poll was far larger than it has been for some lime. Maiuy took advantage of tlie poll not closing till 5 o'clock, as be tween 3; and S .tliere was a largp nutaber of. votes recorded. Every one se?mt;cl sur prised thai Mr. M. WaUo'n was. left out, aud j well they tgight, for Mr. Watson has proved I himself fi good atdertnini for the past eleven years. At. about hulf-past 5 o'clock the Returning Officer, declared a rough state of the poll to a. large cro A'd.

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

PECULIAR ELECTION INCIDENT. T A development, ' which fortunately- 'r rather, unusual, says the. ' D.T,,'1 has oc- w' * purred in the election of an alderman for. the South Ward of Alexandria. Oft nomin- ..; v. ?ation day two .candidates were duly an- . s:; nounced, Mr. Arthur Maucer .and the r re- -t tiring alderman, Cornelius Hannan, The.. returninsr officer notified that a poll would ' be taken on Saturday last, but on Friday I morning at about 4 o'clock Mr. Cornelius Hannan died suddenly at. his . residence! =72. ? - Botany-road. The diflicuJty then arose as _ to the election taking place. The returning officer declared that no r poll would lie. 1 necessary, :and that Mr. Arthur Maacer. . . A was duly elected. The supporters of the ^-j . deceased candidate, however, state that they * are in the majority, and that it is not their..,./ wish that Mr. Mancer should represent the. ' ward. Mr. Mancer himself reeognises the awkward positiou iu which he is placed, and' recognises that ho...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

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A[?]LWAY TIME-TABLE LOAN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

A1LW A Y T f M K - T A 15 L E I O » N «? J . illation. ? | l'***. | rtiiii. ? ?.ir* , . — Sidney ? D^p W 16 ,i 0 '8 ftomrbuth. ? 13 ?Ofmnfille ... . _ IV P»rr»miit/» ? ? 8 24 ?3 V Qlacktoarti ? 25. Jtja'jr fi ll ? i .... 19 jSl. Mary'* ...' ? ? ... | i'.triihj; ? Arr U !i | J 0 „ ? Dr|). 11 SO 9 fi Ea.u Plain ? ? I 9 ICn =89 LuMivillif ? ? « i 40 Olmbriok ? ? 1160 j' ... .IJ.flkiUnd ? -U--7«- ?' ... -?45 Ettr«'ar^ ? a . .-.?.»* + ? j,0l_ | ?HI The V. lit)-... ... ... 1* 6 i ?48 Springwooi ... ? 12 IS 40 Fmilronbridgfl ? ? l2 S3a &t Kumiti'i* ? a *69, J Linden ? I- 31 it Woodford ? i 12 45a M Hftie.brcok ? « *6i Ikwton ... ? 1 4 10 30 '61 W«ntn- r h F«l!« .. ISO 1 Sfll Kutootr.bi ... ... ... 1 8S 1L 6 . '70 Med'oT ? « 73 Blarkl ca h ? 2 11 20 ?»» .r . w . ? « Ar. 2 1 II 30 7/ Ujuot Viotorn ^D#. 2 80 u 31o '81 Birlli} Tilt ? 8 89a 13 la m «8S Ball ? ? ... ... 2 4G 12 8 18 Oanence 8 ding...' ? S 2 12 24 Si Zig 2 g ? 8 15 12 87 :»S H.k Ba k .. ... ... .. 3 23 12 10 ? 88 Lithgow ...

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 — 12 February 1898

TOOTHACHE. THE new remedy, YIGTORY CUBE FOB TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA, cures the worst oase within tec nauiutes; Innumerable Testimonials. A considerable number of our customers have already tried the new remedy. Victory Cure for ZooUiatihe and Neuralgia, and have, in every in stance been cured. ' It is certainly a most wonderful eme.ly, and we trust it will become widely know. Hush Mostoomerie, Charles Pietze n Joseph Coombs, S Coombs, Arthur G. Coombs, Storekeepers, MaruUm. The above Bemedy can be had at the Office of his Paper. A A I'EB DAY to if ? B I jB be made by A E TO Jb A persons of ei J yip tlier sex, {3^9 A CMP A their owu lo calities, at work for us. New business. All meet with troaderful success. Auyoue can do the work. You dont need capital, or about the same a6 uoiie. We will start you. No space to 'explain here. But you cau mak« a smig little fortune honorably and easily. The employment is particularly adapted to the regiou in which this publi cation circulates. 13oys ...

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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

BLAJSEY TOST OFFICE. 'ABRIVAt OF HAILS. Jfei'ij (Sundey* excepted) frjra Svdney, Batburit, OrunriDe, G .ulburn llarden, C .rcoar, Mandur ama, Ljndhurat, Wuo Istock, Garland, Cowra, Brown's Creek, T.P.O. No. 2 Wet t, TjE.O. Ko 2 South, Oiton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, NotUIe, and Eing'a Plain* on Xueada vp, Tbursdnyr, and Si'U'daja. Frjm G o^hrtmetjw.ii and V ttoiii on W duidaya arid Saturday ». DEPAETUEE 'OF JI1ILS. Daily (Sundays exc p'rd) to Sydney, 'Balm -et,' Goulbun'j HarJen, Griimlle, Oarcsar, Min durama, , Lyndliurtt, Woodstock, Gtrlt d, Coatb, Uro«n'« CrfeV, Ort n Park, T.P.O. if a. J2 Weat, T.P.O. N ?? 2 io tb. To Norton, ifevile, Sbaw, Barrv, and King's Bliinr. on Tuesdayt, Ibi.rad.iy, and Saturday*. To Gregbamatoirn and Vuaoiia on Wedn (diya and' Saturday!. ; pKKKtr Postage. The rate -ct postage, under tho esuditions o£ the Act, on letters posted in the district .fiom and to any of the following post offices is Id.:— Barry, j Blayoey, Brown's Creek, Burnt Yards, Gi'^...

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

CHAT WITH A FAMOUS BO^ER. I1IS BIGGEST BATTLE. ~ Duriug the last few years, I have met many If. ponents of the fistic. art', and only tlie.pther-ilay It was my good fortune to. comfe across Mr. Beattie, whose ring experLenc.es have, been^ freely chronicled, in the press. So said a representative of- the main Observer, who had called oil the gentlemari at his residence, 32 Brougham-street, Glejie, Sydney, to get some special information. . ' ' Vou must know,' remarked Mr. Beattie. ' that I have held the amateur .lightweight ebam-] pionship, and in rry time, have fought most of the best men iu the colony.' W'heu training for the. lightweight championship of the colony I broke' down, of course through over training. The very, thought of a boxing glove or a punching bag made. , ine fecl'sick, I abandoned nil hope of the .cham-. ' - pibnship, add took a 'complete 'rest.;; -My arms ind 1 legs had given way, as it were, and I felt it 'was about as ii.ucli as I could do to walk up, as far &...

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

CRICKET. . Blayney defeated King's Plains easily at BUyuey on Saturday by uu innings ami 54 ruiii.'':,fhe feu- ? i1 turc of the match was the bowling of yotiug Lind say Clinch, whose average in the first lulling^ read : 4 overs, 3 maideus, 2 runs, 4 wickets. As he is only about 1(5 years of age, the prospects are that lie will be playing iu big crieket-.in a few years. O'Mara also took 5 wickets -for' :13' runs. Scores : ..?='? li inn's Pj.ai.ns. First innings 2nd innings L. Caiucroa, riiti out ? ? runout''.. . . % S. Williams, b O'Mtira .. ..1 l.b.w-., b Pilo ..a Payne; b Clinch ? 0 . c., b iVooliey ? . . 11 Geo. kewis, b Clinch ? tl'. b Thomas . . 9 T. Hancock, c Howell, b Clinch . . - b Thomas . . 0 Uas. Lewis.'b O'llara ? 2 b -Taomas .. 0 D. Hudson, 'not out ? 7 b JTon'eli;. .. 2 T. Jones, -b O'&ara ? U not out .. '1% J. Lewis, 1) OvMnra ? 0 c., b Clinch . . o H. Hancock, b Clinch . . . . 0 c., b Clinch . . Q H. Busscll, c and b O'-Mara . . 0 Mellor, b Clinch 2 Sundries ...

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To the Editor of the Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

To the Editor of the Bte'tney Advocate and Carcoar .; ?*' iierald. Dear Sir,— Permit me to tell you that your article regarding lilo purchase of a memento for the late assistant teacher is very /much wrong, and I knout well that your information regarding the article in your paper is misleidi.ig. With a view of giving you the correct statement 1 must inform you that when I heard of Miss Velvin'a departure , I thought it would be ver nize to get ber some thing worthy of bet personal character as a groat favourite teacher, and one of my children took it up and collected 45/6, sufficient co purchase a solid noroceo dressing case with a sterling silver shield Hid inscription, actual value L3/3, the deficiency 1 paid myself ; aud those who subscribed as well as other people bad the pleasure to see this pretty memeutu, and fu'ly appreciated such a gift. Among others who came to see it, aud who understand the value of the same article vrere the following friends — Rev. Mr. Swift, Dr. Woodw...

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

MAN DU-R AM -A. Okou nail ef,nnirKVovnTCNT.1 Gr^at disappointment was felt here when it bccams known that Alderman J. E. Watson was not elected Mayor of Carcoar, he being very popular at Mandurama. Mr. Eissler, head engineer of the Gally mout Gold. Mine, arrived here on Tuesday, and wasat once driven out to GalleySwamp. Mr. Eissler is very sancuiue as to the rich ness of the mine, so that the erection of the dam and ba-tlery will be proceeded with at oiice, ... . . A billiard tournament/ is - about to, 'bq started at the Royal Hotel at 300 up. A large' number of entries are promised. Mr. E. Stalil had another slice of luck this week. On Moiiday ilight he got a wire, from Tattersall's, notifying that lie l\ad drawn Sundial in a sweep. Mr. Hardie, chairman of directors of the Hollnian's claim at Burnt Yards, arrived here on Wednesday and at once proceeded to the mine. Shelter sheds are very much needed at the school at Burnt Yards. A splendid little foal wss foaled a few days ago belo...

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

GALLEY SWAMP. U R.OM OUK CORP.V.SI'OSUENT) Progress Committee.— The monthly meeting of the above Committee was held 011 Wednesday evening. Present — Messrs. J. Hue (iu the chair),. C. Ford, James Lee, C. Croucher, and F. H. Boweu (Eon. Sac.) The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, tlie following correspondence was dealt with : —(1), From Lauds Department, re suivey of towu (2) From Depart- I incut of Public Instruction, with reference to' in creased accommodation at the local School, in- j forming the committ^a. that the matter had been referred to Inspector for report ; (3) from Mr J. L. Cobb (Chairman of District Sohool Board) 011 the j same subject ; (4) From Hoad Superintendent, in reference to approaches ;-t bridge and road to Post Offi.e. It was moved by Mr. Ford, sejouded by Mr. Lee, that the Colonial Secretary be written to in reference to the appointment of J us.tices of the Peace and urging the necessity of appointments. Carried. A sub-committee...

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

ELECTION OF MA YQli. A special meeting of the council was held ou Wednesday evening for the purpose of electing the Mayor for the present municipal year. Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Glasson, Hemsley, Marsh, Pile, Russart, Stinson, aqd Woodward. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The newly elected aldermen were con gratulated upon taking their seats, who briefly returned thanks. Alderman Hemsley proposed that Alder man Russart be Mayor ' for the ensuing twelve, mouths. He was an old member of the council, and had filled the chair before with credit to himself and the couueil. Alderman Clark seconded the proposition. Aldertnaa Glasson proposed that Alder man Clements be the Mayor for the next twelve months. Alderman Clements had filled the chair for the nast twnlvo months with every satisfaction, and they could not do better than by re-electing him. . Alderman Stinson seconded the proposition and in doing so spoke in eulogistic terms of the manner in...

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DECLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

DKCLUIA.TION OF POLL. At. 110911 on Tuesday the. official declara tion, of the. poll took place in th« Town Hall. There were only a few ratepayers present. The Returniug-Officer declared the state ,of -the poll as follows: — 1 Jacob Kussart ? 125 Gforge Pile' ... ... ... 1)0 Ernest A. Woodward . 103 Michael Weitou ? A'ihu»-.Hi-»i.-i1i ... ... ... 07 Informal ... ... ? I ?Tlie Returning 0:5..-ef stated tfiat «h,; o:;H- one i vou- wis caused through one ratepayer having two votes and only ifiing one ballot paper, lie then declared SEessrs. llussart, Pile, aud Woodward duly elected aldermen for , the ensuing-- three years. ? ?: Alderman Russariji who on rising was t e eeived with applause, said lie desired to thank those ladies and gentlemen who liad placed him in the proud position at the head of the poll. Hit was glad that Air. Wragge's (1) forecast last week was wrong, for instead of being at the bottom oi the poll, he came out on top ; aud he would assure the ratepayers that he wil...

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

One of the peculiarities of the ostrich is tliii location of its stomach. This is situated on the bird's -back, between its i-liouldi-rs. Stammering is practically unknown iunoug savage trilicd.

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IMPORTANT TO OWNERS OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

IMPORTANT TO OWNERS OF STOCK. We have been requested to call the attention of owners of sheep and large stock (borses and eattle) eligible to vote under the Pastures ami Stock Pro Acts for the election of directors, in the Carcoar district, to the fact that they are requested to meet for that purpose at noon on Friday next IStli instant, at the Court House, Carcoar. As it is advisable that the directors should be fairly dis tributed thrjuiho t the district, we would advise those owners iu this purtion of the Carooar district to muster up and vote for Mr. F. Hill, of Athol, Blayney, who has been nominated us a director. Mr. Hill has held the position before, aud there fore he is no stranger to the duties. I11 fact, we do not think the owners of stock oimld do belter than by re-electing tliOie who have held the position for the past twe ve months.

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

SANDER nud SONS' EUCALYP:! EXTRACT, — Under the distinguished pat ronage of his Majesty the King of Italy, »s per communication made by the .uinister for Foreign Affniri, thr-ngh the Consul General for I-alv, at Melbourne, fllrtrcli 14, 1878. Avvar ie-1 diplum ( at tim Amsterdam ExMiiiitiou, 1888. Ackuo*vle 'ge I *-y edi .cul cl men au 1 Universities ul over lb* Glob ?? Th re are imitations of Eucalypti Exiracl in the inuiket, products of s tuple distillation formingiObl'ie, raDinnlis oils. Io order that these n^ide oils may not ba tuliAu fur our 'pure Vokii e Euralvpti Extract, whi h is recogiiisud bs. the Modical Division of the Prussian Government to lie «t per'e'itly 4)iU'F origin;, as per lufornmioti furuurdtd io us through the (Joiisul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we otate : — il is proved hy toats m.i-lu by the Medicul C mics ul' tim Uuivetvitie^ of iioiiii aud Ui'ie-'stvald (L'riiBSia), nud lepor.el to by Uf. SoliuL/., Prolesaur of Pharmacology nt Bonn, uud Professor Dr. Mos...

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CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 February 1898

CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A . special meeting of this council -was held on Tuesday evening for the purpose of electing the Mayor for the ensuing twelve months. Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Bassect, Byrnes, Derwin, May hew, aud Watson. s The newly-elected aldermen, Messrs C. J. Drrwin aud Byrnes, handed in their decla rations. The council congratulated them, b6th of whom returned thanks. , Alderman Clark (the retiring Mayor) pro posed that Alderman Bassutt be Mayor for tlie ensuing twelve months, but Alderman Bassett declined the honour, as he stated he* was about leaving the district. Alderuiau Bassett then proposed, and Al derman Clark seconded, that Alderman Byrnes be Mayor. Alderman llayhew proposed, aud Alder man Derwin seconded, that Alderman Watson be Mayor. The voting being equal, it had to be deci ded by lot, which resulted iu Alderman Byrnes being elected The newly-elected Mayor then returned thanks for the honour they had conferred 011 him, and he spoke in highly^ eulogi...

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

SUDDEN DEATH. Blayney was startled on Friday afternoon 4th instant, at hearing of the sudden death of Mr. Joseph Shearer, an old and respected resident of the town. He was working a copper mine on the Sugarloaf in company with Mr. F. Clutton, both of whom were down the shaft on the afternoon of Friday, when Shearer suddenly expired. Mr. Clutton at once brought the news to town, shortly after which Dr. Griffiths and Cons- table Leplaw proceeded out to where de- ceased was. On Saturday morning an   inquest was held, the report of which will be found below. Deceased was buried on Saturday afternoon in the Presbyterian portion of the cemetery. Several floral wreaths were sent to put on the coffin.   THE INQUEST. On Saturday morning an inquest was held at the Court House before Mr. J. Lithgow Cobb (district coroner for Carcoar). The following jury were empannelled : — Messrs. John Marsh (foreman), J. Jones, A.   Nicholson, E. Hurst, W. Brown, W. Bak...

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