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Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 March 1899

Weslejaa Citurclx. The Harvest Thanksgiving services' in connection with the Blayney' Wesleyan Church were held on Sunday last, ' and passed off most, satisfactorily. The church was beautifully decorated ' for tlis occasion. The walls were decked with pretty mottoes, viz. :—' Offer unto God Thanksgiving,' ' The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof,' 'He shall feed His Flock,', and others : the rjulpit. seats, etc..' were tastefully decorated with : 'fruit, produce, .flovv.fers, greens, etc, showittg to advantage the rich ness of Lhis district in these' rea'bUrces. Tho church looked charming and picturesque, and reflected great credit on tha young people who' had the decorations in hand. Services were held in the morning, after noon, and evening. Large congregations were present at each service, at which the Rev. A. S. Swift preached' an eloquent and instructive sermon. Special anthems were rendered at each service* hy die choir, under the cbnductorship of Mr. Dale. At the aft...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mr. Henry Hockey. A VERY OLD ROCKLEY IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 March 1899

Death of Mr. Henry Hockey.   A VERY OLD ROCKLEY   IDENTITY. On Sunday morning, at about 7.20 o'clock, Mr. Henry Hockey, J.P., died at his resi- dence, Rockley Farm, near Rockley. The deceased gentleman had been a resident of that place since 1848, and had been a mag- istrate for 20 years. He had been ailing for the last six months and was laid up for about 6 weeks. Dr. Cortis, of Bathurst, was in constant attendance, but it was im- possible to check the progress of the disease, hydatids on the lungs, as the patient was too old to be submitted to an operation. The deceased gentleman was 76 years of age and for many years maintained a very high re- putation as an agriculturalist. His person- al character was of the highest. Strictly honorable, even to the smallest detail, gene- rous and one of the best of neighbors, he was most popular with every one of his wide circle of acquaintances. In the district in which he lived he is generally mourned for The decease...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 March 1899

JHandurama. ?'' '''' [MOM Oira' COBBEfeMNEENT.T ' p '? A. juvenile cricket' mateli Was J)layed on Saturday last at L^ndliuret' b'etweea ' Maudurama 'and . Xy id-' hurat. find was won by ths former1' by 26 Tuna ? on tie first innings/ : ? ' ?''? ' . : . ,' ' Mrs.1 Clark, whose premises were fcarnt down abbut twelve months ago, lias eommenood to build a' store, and residence on the lite of the old premises, Mr! H.'W!nterbott6m is the contractor. On Wednesday Mr. Henry Winterbottom also entered into a marriage contract with Miss Mary Jenkins (well-known in Blayney), of this town. The happy couple was married by the Rev. J. Goudie, of Carcoar. At night the newly-wedded couple entertained a number of their friends at a supper and dance. [The ' Blayney Advocate' greatings.]           'It is s»id that Gallymont will shortly be in -tall work again, the directors having entered into a con tract with a party of miners, who were ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 March 1899

MOTES AND CQJ^ENTS. ... ? — y — ?»? Rev. J. A«iM.^— We deeply p»gret to ftate. that tliu'iiev. J. Adam is dangerously ill. His condition ou Thursday was seiious, and yesterday morning he wmb no better Lar^e numburs o£ fiiends from Carcoar and p.ther parts of the district call at the Manse daily to roako anxious inquiry as to the rev. gentleman's health. P' ' ? * * it . -Mr. E. Swift, dentist, of Sydney, will be. in lilnyucj next weelf, and any be cotituHed pt j-!ip Wesley an Parsonage. Tne 13 ayuev council are to bo con pr..ivitJftteJ ou accepting t!i9 leuiJer of Air. Hqiuke for Jhe rer^oya} of uightsuil \yitli his U'ttent airtght pau tystepi. '? ' * * ♦ ? ;? Three. Castles ' Cigarettes are aTifiya of the Bime Ui^ri quality. Ttity ucvar vary, and that is the re.uja Why ciistoaiera iiwarii'ily repeal 'their ordeis.' tills cxceHeuee of th,i! brand is assured. Thq fjiayuey council have nt last called teu-ltn'j for the repair of ths windmill, and it is to ba hqye.d after tbo pninp has b...

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 — 11 March 1899

'OPERATIONS D^I'ENSiiD WITH.'' 1'i ilenn. Culcmi.u and Sen*, Ccoiamutidra. DianSlili, — I hate ustd the liucalypt1 iixtract o.lnoli 1 got from you, and am now quite Oil of if. Atmobi. «t «*ry potu'Lle tcu.i plaijvt 1 use it for, including burns, scald*,' en;..-;, brnii.es, sore throats, colds, chiibinir.s, iitfurjlgiii, tooihachn, -tu., &«., .uiid 1 do not believe ihere is auy diseube it will iib'tcu.re if persevered with. In ulcerated sere thicfel or lull Ained throat it is invaluable, h'a\iiig hid pcraonal experience of the 'fact, \eiy recently. Where children or even adults n;e bidly alfocted I usually erect a kii;d uftn;a)l tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on ilie lire, and when the water reaches L oiling point, I pour n quantity tif the ±.utni'j ptu KxtiM«t into the kettle, and attach a lung tubw to the spout of th'u kettle, ui.d ma he the stuam play about the patient in the lent. Tlie steam owing to the distuiicu it ,iias to travel, when it reaches (he patient is ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Make Cut Flowers Last. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

To Stake Cut Flowers Last. ' Flowers treated properly can lost and look well even after six week*, thus taking/from th*m their only reproach, and,, rendering them possiblo pleasures for the poorest. Every night take them out of the rates and thoroughly riute the stalks under the tap, removing with thefingers anjjr decomp[6t'ed matter. Then place' them to lied for' ihe night in a basin of strong soapsuds; .bs careful not to allow any water to touch the blossoms, as this only fades them. .'The soapsuds supply a certain amount of nour ishment, iu the. morning rinee .the stalks under water again, and as each blossom is arranged for the day, snip off the tiniest possible portion of the stalk with a scissors. Always carefully trim away any faded por tion. Food for the day is supplied by sul phate of ammonia, a small quantity of which can b» obtained from the chemist for a 'few pence. If he knows his business he will be able to tell you that sulphate of ammonia contains alt the properties ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Not Kaowa Here." [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

' Sot K ao »a U ere/' When a letter came to, tho General Post office, a'ldresjfcd : ' An Honest illii), Mel bourne,'' i& *as roturued to ttie d-jad-lciter oi!i?« to thi* sea Jer, e.idorsad by a facsiou' pastm m, ' AT-it lino*-n here. Trji iie**en. ' Mr. Daily, the Po3Dinaiter-Geaeral (writes the Ahuus) would probably not bo severe upon tiie letter-can Lir wiio failed to deliver that I'.-tier, bat, while hfi makes it his boast that his sta3 can work ivoade.siu the de livery ot letters insunioisntiy or Uiiaiy ad dressed,' it must be huuiiUaviiij; tor him to know that a letter scut to liimseic wai re turned recently, marked ' Not kuovrn-' Tlie letter wh.% addressed ' i\M.O , Mel bourne,' and thesortur, thiukinj it intended fur somebody with those initial*, p'aced it amongst the letters to be delivered when, ?called for. Of course it was not claimed, and in due time went to the deaJ-luiier office, whence U wa- forwarded to tha sen der, who dispatcned it once aguia to Mr. Dutfy, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

CommercM. .', Whkat. - Mr. U. Jjt. Garter, wheat j j--r-ik-T, Sy-Incy aiy.l ' Melbourne i-pport. as i/u 1 iws un:ler line ^Miiivli ,9;li : -Wheat is Srin nn-j stcni/ aiT 2/7 to 2/9 for Joy to j prime trallinjtijiind taut fmdiug a ready sale ior.fll parcble p-.ingi Lh.roHglj wjiny; .hands, jbe'ped of coyj:3e-'by ilii? p'u^tiun m'Yjictoi-ia,'' .where vfferitigg avo ratSe^-fShort ofshippers' requireinwptp. r 1 Values ,i1ie(*; rango from 2/H to 2/7£-Iu Adelaide 2/7 e?j rail at 3r-rti3 the 'current value. Although fresu ?jpumiases.in Victoria for Sydnpy are natur 'ul'ly (.becked by the rise still it is not g«n«r jjiily known that heavy --for«rftr4 purchases yrevi made at the Jo .vest rate's Which have jret lo coma farw.ird .from time, to time. Mejintime tho bulk of country supplies reach ing Sydnfy are /nore of les* off quality, but for whiob I am getting very full prices. Shipments «f New Zealand and Tasnianiaa ore now 9'oinjneiicinj;. Several parcels being afloat wilhjBora to follow.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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America and Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

Aut erica and Australia. Souis of the stories of America told in Australia are all»goJ, with what justise it would l-3 hard to say, to be more picturesque' th'in reniciou*. If so, our cousins over the water take ample rerenge. Tnis U an ac count publislia.l in o:i-) of the leading American papers, of a heat wave here : — ' New South Wales is per-piring, giv-a:iiug, and gritting iU teeth under a succession of violent lut san Jatorms. Report* fron 48 places show temperatures ranging from 105 degrees to 123 degrees in the shade. . At Sydnpy, with the thermomnter registering 109 degrees, n du--t-itorm swept through the city, thy winl blowing 40 miles an hour. Thu entire pop'alatiuu ware compelled to shut themselves up in their houses and breathe through wet sponges. A train running into liourke was chased by a hurri cano that swept the country like the blast from a furnace. A greasy tarpaulin cover ng a car of chaff caught lire, and iu five roiuuWs the entire train was in llxmes, while ...

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 — 11 March 1899

SOLICITOR, MONEY TO LEiSTD oa approved Sscurities. Impounded at Blayney ON 6th of alfarch, 1899, from Tnasd.ale by SJr Joliu Ryan : — JJar Poay Mare, no brand visible, white spots on back, star on forehead, black point-, Ion* pjlled ta.il, 5 years, 13£ If not released, will be sold at noon on {}0ih Warch, . . --i P. LUCK, Poundkeeper. Advocate and Herald . jjeasureb; not men.' SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1899.

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

Mis Clothes a Torture. k OlanTille Resident' -3hrad of Boils and Hheumatisin by Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. - : . ? Mr. J. H. Davis?, Gariisle-street, rGlan ville^S.A^is a thirty years'- .resident of Port jAjd^fjiile. He writ»s to -state the benefit derived from Dr. Morsaa .Indian Root Pills, after dootOM and medicines had a') failed. ' For ten months i have suffered, intensely from boils and rhe'mnatistu, which caused ;m* so much pain that wearing ray cltthes was a torture to »-?. Of ,caurse, I tried very many different medicines and consulted doctors, but my complaint seamed to be beyond them, as thpy (none of them) did me miygood whatever. 1 was thorough ly disheartened, and dreaded to think of the years of agony th»t seemed to lie before me. Every new medicine i heard of was tried, aud not long age Dr. Morsa's Indian Root Pills were being advertised as a biood puri fier, and afltr readiug one of tha books, I resolved to give them a trial, but with very little hope they would ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cesspits. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

* ; , Cesspits. In Another column will be found an ad vertkement notifying that all cesspits within the rnumcirR'ity naujt be closed. In d e ciding to take this step the. council Iiiu acted piDBt wisMyj but in carrying out mch an important factor towards the good health of the community, ths council should go a bit further and compel Uioss who have cesspits presumably closed and filled in to prove to the satisfaction of the council that (hey have been properly cleaned out before tht-y were filled in- We hare heard of a certain cess pit (almost in ilie heart of the town) existing that at the present time contains a quantity of foetid matter, which ha» simply' been covered over with so mo dirt, and thus it remains. This is a disgrace, and the owuer of the promises should certainly bo com pelled to have it properly cleaned out before being allowed to till ii. in. If one person is compelled to do certain thing* ia accordance vrtbh the by-Jaws, why are not a!! compelled j;o do so, whethe...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Interesting Australian Tit-Bits. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

Interesting Aus trail au Tit- Bits. During the drought: in 1811, water was sold in Sydney at from 4d to 6J the pailful. Mr. John Maearthur, the firit importer of jSaxon-merino sheep, ami the founder of Australian sheop farming, was presented by the Duke of Sussex, at a meeting held in London in 1812, with two handsoms gold medals for wool, the produce of his dock, wliich wee rainsidered enual to tha finest gaxony. Trial by Jury became law in New South Wales about 182*5, and was for a duration pf four \ ears only. Steam utvig.ttioi wai introduced into Australia, in It31, a little craft beiug built pilled the 'Sui prise.' She first traded on (be P-rram.TUa River, a ad afterward* «ra« pent to Ilobart Town. Bees wera first introduced into the colony iu Is2-, and after some yaars (jecuua aicll fijatisp-4. i'uos1? perso.Ss win nil'ioiit reasonable Injuns ui obtaining an !ioue»t liveiliboci, had forinei ntntions in the interior of New Sjuth Wo'.i'R wt-re Riat iiamid 'squatten.' The Bank of...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Ups and Downs of Rents. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

The Ups and Dastng of , ,lt Rents. Some short time ago a sudden ,and in creased rise in rents took place in Blayney in consequence of the great prospects of the Biayney Copper Mine, which fact proves ono oi the greatest curses attached to land lordis'n), bj tlio manner in which they en deavour to grab everything coming within their reach.' They dpa't move a hand, not even theirlittlfi fingei1 iurthe way of pushing the town ahead, yet when others by their industry and speculation tries to push things forward, in the manner described above, and succeed, the landlord as a rule (of course thpr« are exceptions) rushes down upon ine tttiforluuate tenant with the de mand fqr more rent, and if the tenant re futes to be bled, he is quietly told to leave t.ho premises to make room for another. If a town becomes prosperous through the exertions or speculations of the landlord, no objpctinn ould Ijc raised to him rais'ng the feii' s ; but our (jontentton is that he should iiottuke 'a mean advan...

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 — 11 March 1899

ffot W«?atber Pimples. This h tha wettlier ths.t yjanj lavlitH and budding nniJans railis* that their blood need* cleansing. IPaoo sore-f rash and other skin affections— including tin common red pimple and black-lisad — mika them teal very mi.surjble mid uncomfortable, fur what girl with a face broken out all orer in pimplas does not feel that Hue is obstrred py everyonp ' jiiie ueans, rar jrnujJies, Face Sujvs and Skin Diseases, will bo fount a most excellent remedy. They correct, the djgestiou, tlia foundation o! most skin af factio:is, and lone the bloal, thereby giving' a heiithy tone to the whole syatent and a good cjlour to tha complexion. Tnii great remsiiy will also bs found of great senica in liv-ur trouble-;, kidney ailments, consti pation, hoid.ic^e, indigestion, fulness after eati'.ig, dizziness and buzzing in the head, lack -ii physical tone, female ailments, debility, loss of appetite, Bleop'essuess, and ii ho»t of other ailments tint owe their origin to defective dige...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

: NOTES AND COMMENTS. We liaK^Jbeau ivqupsted to call attention t9 jtlie fact that a. meeting of the British and Foreign Bible Society will be held in th« Wesleyan church, Blayney, gn Wednesday evening next. The meuthijj wiil be aidress ed by the general secretary -{the Rev. Sir, Hills) and other gentlemen. During tha past week Mr. H. Hisaronor has had 14 or 15 sheep killed by prowling dogs. Fortunately for ths do^s Mr. Heave nor did not see them ; if he had they cer tainly would Lave been prevented from doing further lDiscbief. The Blayney Show.— Notwithstanding the dry weather, the forthcoming Blayney Show promises to ba the beat . evt r held. The great event will be held on. 22nd Mid 23rd instant. The prize list is an attractive one, and a feature of the Show is that o:-er £100 have been offered in special prizes. Eulrios clo»e on Friday next, and the gates, booths, etc., will be sold by auction ..at 3 o'clock on Monday next ut the Cub Hoiiso Hotel. We refer our readers to the. a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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"By Blood and Iron." ORIGIN OF BISMARCK'S FAMOUS EXPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

'JGty Blood aii«J Iron.' OBIGllsJ OP BISHAS&KVS FAMOUS S-on after his jippoiotmect by King WiJljara as Miiiisfcer-Presiderit, Bismarck i^poapwi before f-lje 3udg«t .Oomqiitjbee. Military reforn), lie argued, »?»« above. *U things requisitB for * 'ruJAional policy,' To this *Jje objectioa vras urged that it ?would bs vovg'j better of the -Government to aim at making moral conquests in Germany by Lj&sral policy. Tdereqpon Bismarck produced bis poakot uoolf aad tops train it a little twig witu a few dried leaves upon it. . ' I brought this olive leaf wiih me from Avignon,' he said, *' in ord»r to offer it to th« Progressists ,(R:ulioab) as a sign of peace, but. I see Mint I am much too sp.on wjtli it.' And on this i.sturaiici) being on'y received with a stnile Bisuuivk roused himself to *terner speech. ' Germany,' lie s»id, ' doe* not look to ilia Liberalism, but to the p*\yer of Prussia, And Prussia must puil bcrself together so as not again to miss the favorqjjle mome...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 March 1899

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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 — 11 March 1899

TOOTIACHE. fTIHE 'new r«wedy, VICT&BT CUBS F0U X-, TOpTHACaa AND NEURALGIA, cares the worst cms Within ten minutes, . ' ' ,,','? Innumerable TsBtunonialg. ' , ' . A considerable number of our custcriicrs have already tried the new ismedy. Victory Giire' for Toothache and Neuralgia, and have in every: in stance been eurad. ?? It is certainly a most kvoaderful emedy, nnd we trust it -will beoome widely know . HUQH JIONTQOMERIE, Ckibixs 'Pietzii n ? JOSBFD COOUBS,' - S COOMBB, , ? Abthos' G. Coombs, . . SkoreVsepors, Uarul.in. TUo above Esmady oan be bad at the Office of «? Paper. calities, at work for ua. New biioiuess. All meet witb vonder&il aitccess. Anyoao can do the work. You dout need capital, or. ?tout tbo snme as none. We will start you. No upaee to explain bew. But you cau' mat* a snng little fortune bouoiably and etwily'. Tlip euiployiuenl is pa'tiaularly.' adaptsd to tbe region in wbicli this publi catibn circulates. Boys and girl* earn ueai ly as much as ui...

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