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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 March 1899

QommerciaL J. S Lkinx A Go. J?«t Cattle.— 5-J viiriieil, tlis supply beius well jautiin requirements qaus'rt a go ld demon I inJ a further ride of JOs per lieai. (xcljiThoef ma le 17s, middling jaflity 1 S3. ? WS; goMjrlS bijllooks for Mr. P. Caaiien, to L6 S .AO mijced ^or Mr H. Greqn.^ '''Fat 5}heep ? M«rk~etfirm;r for; jjjl descriptions j? - frioje bc rce. Good wether^ nnule from 7i- 61 to a, ewes from 5s 61 to ,7a- \y$;pol.i£-500 prima lambs (privately) for J?pringG -l i Pistorfl Ci:yvit 6 ig =' ^00 wethers; rami owner's, '-at 7»9J : .'800, wetlier« {or tfr John McDonald, Cavg I'r'eek, At 7i 10;l ; 150 wetheis for Mr P. Damn, at 7s to 7® 4' « 76 ewcs t.rMr Potter, Forest Hqefs, n't 61 to 5i ; 23 j itnbs-for -Mr Seltz, at 61 61. 3 ewes at 5- 2 1 ; 32 ewes for Mr Wi Miljate. at 4*i to 7a 6d ; 77 ewes i -r Mr P. fioyd, Ijqcknov, at 4s ; 152 ewes for Mr. Tiioous, at 3s 9J. ? Jfakiag a. total of 1320 fat aheep sold by us. Bt -re si(-9r.— Jtarket flaVl ; the dry -weather has n Aepress...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 March 1899

Cy Bile 55eaas Use. y illACLE-i. AUS 'PERF£ a^Bp.' OLD TEEOBfES Ai*i5 EXPLODED AILMENTS LONG CONSIDERED HEREDITARY. i ARE POSITlVtiLlf CURED. * ? . ? ?. ! A-a illustration from a Sydney resident of - whaf a low-priced preparation is capable of doing * ben the ingredient* are right. Mr. jfiojiMicV: Marks, of Park Road, Moore Park, Sydney, said : ' So;no tims since I suffe cd severely from attacks of biliousness at)d sick headaches I hare not the slight est doubt that these periodical sufferings ? _ were caused in =n '. directly by the jgy' j wanu, moist we a- 11 ther, which we — a. find so trying in KLlK/ 71 Sydney during the ^2 »ummir months. ^ fir^ As t'n® we:it on T! l r^j |1 ' *nf* the weather -sA^J^M^Q|jiL==. grew hotter, the Jj\ bilionsneas as L-=^ ? — sailed me regularly in fact, every throe diyj found raJ unable fcj attend t» my busifieu, the headaches and dizzinejj being so bid that 1 eojlJ not ro%d my papers, the type dancing in a c -iifu3»(l jumble before my eyes. Tlion, t...

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

eaaasja tHPBca OF EifOMNS. — Tu-uiorrow services will lie held' as follo-vs :— Blayney. 11 and 7-30; King's I Plains. 3— Rev. »V K. Howell. I^arry, 11 ; Moo rilrln, 3 ? Newbridge, 7-35— Bev. J. Oojroas. ' PEKSBiTERtAN. — To-morroir services tri'l ba con ducted as follows':— niay»ty, 11 ona5.30-rBev. Mr Hill. Hobby's Yards, 3-AI. rigott. YTeslkfax. — .to;:norraw serviass will b« hili as follows : --Blayney,- 11 ; Nevillis, 3 ; Gailvmont, 7.30 Rev. A'.- 'Si Swift. Norton, 3— Captain H. Cock Newbridge, 11 ; Evaus' Swamp, 3; Blay ney. 7-30— Mission Bind. ' Romas OAmn^iq.— hsxfc Samlay (Mirch 19th) — Tjyudherit, 11 ' a m. Blayney, 11 a-m. and - 30 p m. 11 — rmr.--' j . j 'm 1 ''?p*— '' ' i Advocate and Herald. measures; not hem.' 5ATURDAT, MARCH IS, 1399. i

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 March 1899

Mnmciptlit^orsiAyney- - - ? ' ? N -1 T TO i?. : ? v ! NOTICE ' A u-'Mifr' -}-?? '?fjirMr' thA .pi' CEH-3P1TS wi jjjir t he Municipality njust bo -CLOSED. '« I +--?-????- 5 ^By'o't^er of lh«sGounci1,' * ?' 1 '?'?'-??j-1 «?- '»»« r^CtEMBNTS;4', *' 1 , f # i r, i - ?- J i ; : r, ciU : fcouncifClerk. *, CouncilOmrnbers, *'-?'* ' ? - t h? ; :..j ,* 8th March, 1899. : ?'* ' Impotindedat Blayney ? J1ROM Barry, by Jlr.J.. B. Newell :^ t ]Ba y Hbrset-Ojeht hftrn«»«), .KHy near -shoulder, - «t*r, bff '=itinfl '^fbot '%hitb,*'cb1lar-Wafketl 'on'' 1 both shoulders, cap of hip off, long^tnil, agad, 15 iitticls. ? . ? !? '? 'i If not released, will be isld at noon oa Thurs day, Gth April, 1899. ; , ^ P. LIjCK, Ponadke»p«r. A BAZAAR —IK AID OF THE— SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, WQiL-bahcldJii tke TOWN-, HALL, BLAY- . IfEY» on WEDNESDAY, aid THUBS DAY, 22nd aad 23rd March, 1899. A SOCIAL will ba held in the same Hall on FRIDAY EVENING, 24th Mareh,' 1899. Town Hall, Blayney MARCH 29th. CONCERT EMRTAIMT BY ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 March 1899

jrqXB§ AI$I) COMMENTS. - ? T « ' f * A brand saved from the burning ' is a common expression, but the brand of *' Sigriet ' tobacco is expressly intended for tbe barning, aad the greater the holocaust the better it is. l)jrk aa J light burn witU'equil brightness, and tha aroma 13 delightful. Wuddino. — A. pretty weJding was cele brated at the Blayney Wesleyan Church on Wednesday afternoon last, when Mr. S. Bryant, of LucTsnow, and Miss S/Gu-ather, pf Blaynej, wertf united in tbe - bonds of roat-rimony. The ceremony was performed by tbe Iiev J. Walker, of A.delong (brother in-law of ths bride.) The bride, who was given ay Uj her brother, Mr. F. Gunlh'er, looked chancing in a costume of cream sillf panva?, with ribbon and chiffon trimming, ^vreath and veil. Tlie br desmaids were the Misses E. and L. Gunther (siste,r8 of the bride), who were attired inw white, ,--vj.tb pale grecii sashes, and leghorn hats. 'Mr. Urj:ant was best man. After tha cote aoiony, the party adjourned to the bri...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Collision in New Zealand. WELLINGTON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 March 1899

Railway Collision in New; Zealand. J ' : . VVeixinqtok, Sunday. . i ' The most - appalling railway' accident 'that. Jias taken place io'the history of KewoZjaland occurred on Saturday-Slight at Ralcaiai ' White un excurlion I train, crowded with passengers, was-wailing at tha station, a. traiu from Christuliiircli -rah':iuto,:;-the. rear ef it, completely telescoping 'the guard's -van. and smashing -tnreo Carria^ts so maicnwpoa; ' The scene which followed wus a terrible. -vne, ' and tlie iM*ici ol tlle wounde^ i\'ere hfra'rti'eufiiag. A paii4'eaiu*d, -meu ' foaght with wemsn and children in their endeavours-le eseape. - Four passengers, MiSs-'Franks, Mias joaesj a wwmau wlio-haifnot' ibeia': idciitifiedi ' feud a baby boy were killed on thtAppt, wiule£0 were injured, 12 seriouriy. . ' The driver of tiie ' Christchurch; train wsis not aware that the other train was iit the station. An official W«-ut along the line aud fiave a warning, but the h^avy. train, impelled by. a hi;'i ' wiud...

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 March 1899

BLAYNBY-HARPHN LINE. ] : ? ?. ' up:. ? .V. : | iiiii ' ' pitii, . — |BlayB#y..i ...Dep. 4- 65 9 63 11 {larooar ? ? 5 46 10 86 17 Uaadarama ... ... 6 6 10 W IV LynJhurst ? 6 22 11 1 : £2 Garland ? ... a n 87 Swan Ponds ..i ... a a 80 Waogaola ? a a «0. Woodstock ... ... 7 27 11 60 iS Holmwood ? 7 66 12 12a. tn 48 Ooirn ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stop , . p.m. „ ? Dap 8 60 12 10 . 60 Wattamadarra ... u 04 Kooranratba ? 4 48 ' 1 SO 60 Orowthar ... ... a 74 Bandick Morrel ... a ,80 Uontaaglo ? a ... 90 Burrangoug ... .... a 92 Young ... ...Arr. 6 &G 2 CO i „ ? ...Dep. 6 66 8 0 108 EiDfavala ? a 1.10 Damondrilla ? 8 10 8 60 111 Morrumburrah ... a a 111 Garden ? Arr. 8 80 4 5 DOW N. a.m. p.m. - — Htrdaa ? .Dap. 6 20 9 10 5 Murrutoburrab a a t Demondrilia ... ... 6 48 9 30 10 KingavaU ? a a , ill 7oang ... ...Arr. 7 61 10 20' „ . .. Dap. 8 6 10 25 3S Barrangong ... a a 88 ICoBtaaglS: ... a a '89 Bendiok Morral ... a a 44 Orontbar „ : .,. a a . 49 Koorawatha ... .. 9 54 11 63 ? 67 'Wattamada...

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

A I L WAT TIME-TAB L B DOWN ? ! »'? I B*a«-a. 1 fmta. J g»fl. . p.m r- Sidnny ... ... w Dip 10 18 B ? I (Toarbuih ? ? ... 13 Granrille ... ... ? 1* PwiHUtte ? 91 , SI Blacktop* ? » Koaiy H U ? ? ? M it, Mary's ? ? M Penrith^ ... ? Ait. 11 M 8 0 „ ? D«f. U 80 ; « « M Hroa'Piain* ? 11 8S . fl 10 a M Lneaiville ? ? :?«'?. ?? M ainbrook ? 11 60 ... ?a Blnlnd ? 11 57a ... 41 EmW ? a « The Yallsy... ... ... ... ll 6« ... 4- Springwood ? 12 IS 49 Faulronbridg* ? ... 12 28a -1 Nuasanlia ... ? « SI liindtn ? .. ... IS li It Woodford ? 1* «a ... ft ffuilbnwt ? c SB U*ioa ? 14 10 90 «- Vfatwcr h Fall ? 1 80 It Katramba ? 1 88 11 6 It Ifed'ow ? ? ? * f3 BlackKea'h ? a U 89 ir l ir _i ? I Arr ? 1 . 11 It TI Uo»at Victoria ... ^D§f aM u jja ?I Hartlit Yale ? X 19a 18 lm.ro U Ball ? 9 46 IS 8 M 0'arenca 8:diag ? S 3 18 24 ?I Zig Zig ? 8 IS 12 37 «g Fsk Bank ? 8 SB 12 10 96 Lithgaw ? ... 8 SI 12 61 ?7 Bawanfclf ... ? ? 8 ??- IS S8« 101 l(imn|-n» ? ' 8 1 A ltl Walltnwang ? S tS 1 14 III Sjdal ? ? .....

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 — 18 March 1899

TOOTi^GHE. THE new remedy, VICTOBY CUP.H .FOR TOOTHACHB AND NBOBAIiGIA, euros tlic worst aas* within ten minutes,. Innumerable Teitimoniali. Aeonsiderable number o( our oujtoiuors hav2 already tried the new rsmaJy, Victory Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, and have in eve.-y in ?taaea been eared. It is certainly a most wonderful ?a*dy, and we trust it will beoome widely know. Hugh MoKraosiBniE, CHABI.ESpIEXZKn, Jobrph Coombs, S Coombs, Abthdr G-. Coo:-bs, Storakeopers, Uaralau. The above Burnedy oaa be had at .the Office of Us Paper. 4 i\ J PER JDAYto fl f ? 'fl'l n bo .made by JLI TO A BL persons of ci M TIB tber sex, 'Oltf A their owu lo calities, at work for ,ue. Kew buoiness. All laeet with wonderlul success. Anyoue can do tjif iro^k. You dont need capital, or ?bout tbe aame as ^one. Wo will start yon. Nf space to explain liere, But you can make a «nug little fortune honorably and eiciiy. Tbe employment is partiaularly adapted to tbe region in which this publi cation circulates....

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 March 1899

BLAYMEY POST OFFICE. luiru or vails, 1 Daily (Sunday* uoepted) from Sydney, Batharct, Oranrille, O julburn, Harden, Oarooar, ilatidur ama, [nndburaf, Wooittock, Q-arland, Oowra. Browc a Greek, T.P.O. No. 2 Wait, T.P.O. Ko. Itah, OitonPaik. From Iforton, Barry, Shaw, Nerille, anl King'* Plaini on Tiieadayr, Thuradayr, and Sa'urdaye. From Chraghamsbwn and V.ttoria on Wtdnejdays and Satorday*. SBTABTrBI or MIILS. Daily (Sunday* exorp:ed) to Sydney, Ba'hu ef, Goulburo, Harden, Ghranville, Carcoir, Man durama, Lyndhnnt, Woodetjci, G-rli tl, Oowra, Brown's Creek, Ort m P*ri, T.L'.O. No. , 2 Wear, T.P.O. No. 2 So .tb. To. Norton, Navil-'e, Shaw, Barry, and PKiu- on Tundaji, 'lhv.r»doyr. »nd Siturda To Oreghamitown and Vittoiia on Wcdu^eduya and Batnrday*. ' Pbkst Posiigo, The rata of postage, under the conditions of the Aat, on latter* posted in the district ftom and to any of the following post offices is Id liirry, Blayney, Brown'a Creek, llurut Yards, Cadii: Carcoar, Eganton, Forest Res...

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 — 18 March 1899

'A Bicycle for Abyssinia. Fancy a deseendant of the Quabo of Sheba on a bicycle 1 ? It cert ainljr sounds a little iucsngruaiis, yet it is-ncvcrtheless a fact that the Emperer Metielik, of Abystiuiii, -who claims this distinguish ed Wsman as one of liis forbears, has ordered a - bicycle with ail the lal«?t -iinpravemeiits irorni a well known Coveutry firm. -Oao must be in good health to successfully ride a bicyplr, for its expert riding requires both nerve and muscle; One ef the heilthidst men in N.S.W. is Mr. ..William Filmer, whose cure by I)r. Williams'. Pink Pills is ai^ extraordieary one. - He says that frem -25 to 33 years he suffered fearfully from ohrouic diarrhoea in its most virulent ferin. „ r-; ''At times (he remarks) I. was affected ia a most alarming manner,; and notwithstanding all triy «are'with regard to diet, etc., I suffered terribly. I foil away to a mere skeleton, grew weak, -last all confidence iu my powers, and, finally, , j;»t.i«o ttebilited that after an att...

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

Lyndharst Races. One of the most successful race meetings ever held at Lyndhurst came off on the' favourite racecourse en Tuasdap last. The programme ,wp,s one of the biggest ever the club put before the public, and as a result there was a large attendance of the public and the number of entries for the various events was of the mj3 t gratifying nature. Our sporting townsman, Mr. B. Stinson, was fortunate enough to win three of the events. Following arc the results : — Lysdhuiwt I'L.Vre. Alice Hawthorn, 9*t 51b ? 1 'Goldfinch, 9at ? ... ... 2 Blacksmith, 8st ... .... .... 3 Hack VVblter Handicap. Informer, 9st 71b ? X ' Tripe, 9it ... ? 2 Dover. 8st 31b ? 3 Autumn Handicap. Satan, Sat 101b ? ... 1 Goldfinch, 8st 121b ... ? ... 2 Wanda, 8st 31b ? ... ... 3 Hoeei Scobbt.. Amy, 7st . ? ... ?... I Laatisr, 7at 7H- ? 2 Traoker,'8st 101b ? ? ... : 3 : . Lvsdhdbst Plate. ? ' ? . . Fardon, 9st 71b ? ..... 1 .. . I»former,-8st 121b . .... ... 2 ' Blacksmith, 8st2ib ... ... ...: 3 '

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Pan System. To the Editor of the Blayney Advocate and Careoa Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 March 1899

The Pan System, To the Editor of the Blayney Advocate ' and Garcoa. Herald. Sir,— With your. Remission I sUould.'Uk'e to express my opinion of our 'municipal; council through the medium of your valuabie. paper. The above heading is my principal subject. Now. with' 'regard to ...the system itself I have very little to say, as I think it a ver'v (rood one : ' but it is the acceptance of it by our aldermen some few weeks .ago that I wish to speak of. . When the - caiididates are going up for municipal ? election . they talk as if they were ready to die for each and every ratepayer, and jet when, they are olected we.ca'n go ;to a^iiiuch warmer place than Blayney as far as they are concerned. What are the ritepiyei s thinking of, if they intend to stand idly by and1 )6t a' total stranger come here' and pay hint 6d per bucket a week for removing the paus when a local man and a tatepiyer has tendered to do the work tor od ? . fie has had a twelve months trial, and .'done it to satisfaction...

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 — 18 March 1899

Would You Not Believe. THE STATEMENT OF SOMEONE HI SLAV SOQNEB THAN THAT OF SOMEONE IK SYDNEV. Supposing you - had a ' bad back ';', that is one that was -weak, lame, or caused you hours of suffering from its abhes and pains. Sometimes you . had a headaehe, and. /you.' would feel worn out, listless and played put generally. In such condition what would you most desire ? Relief and cure. So would we ail, and so you can if you will listen to the advice of your neighbours. You may hare tried many things without . success ; perhaps you read of' someone in Sydney who was cured of a similar affection and tried his remedy ; the failure may have made you skeptical. What you want in way of proof is the statement of a citizen, of your own town, someone you can inquire of how he found relief. Now, that's just the kind of proof we are going to give you here. Mr. J. H. Marsh, Coachbuilder, of Adel aide St., this town, has lived here for 27 years, and is well-known throughout the district. He say...

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

Mandnrava. [PBOM ODB Con&ESroXEEirT.l The Chnroh of BnglaaJ Sund ty school, under the management of &liss Poole, aisistel by -Misi Gardner nod Mi is Bu.kley, is very successful: It Is intended shortly to give the youngsters a picnic. Great regret is expressed here 'at (her -projected departure of tho Her. Mr. Swift, wlio bail bsen appointed to tha Windsor circuit. During the past three years Mr. Swift lias' conducted service inkhe Wesleyan church, . aSd his Sermons have al ways been listened to with marked atteation and wite great pleasure. f - The Blayaey Mission Band, conducted by Mr.. R. A. Mars da ii, hold a highly s'uccissfal-servioe-ia the Wesleyan church on Sunday eveuing last, the church being1 well, filled and the congregation plfased with the service. ?? * ' ^ ' Mr. John H. Pagan, eldest son of Mr. 3. FagaV, of Sunny Ridge, , who -has been on a tour through Kew Zealand for the beneGt of his health, lia* just returned greatly benefitted by his trip. * ' ? *'...

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

CRICKET. A match was'played at- Blayney on ..Sat urday last between the 'N'evillo and Y.M.D.S. clubs, ' '«»{( rSittlted' 'in S'irllii; '.fjiflr .the . local boys by' 60 runs, on .tihe , first inningsi' Scores . . ., . ' * .-. 1 N 1'. vifitiK. - - i .,n. :Pit-Stiqninga' . ' ' .a 2nd ioniaRa. W. Fo-TlSB,l.t),w,vb Marshall.. .. O .c, t JHarsU#U..' Bl F. Goodicre., b -Marshall ... .: ' 0 b -Marshall 28 J. SykBsYKJlarEh'aU V. .. .. 6 b Death .. .. -0 H.Neal;Var,irShaIl.:-.: .. .. ' 8 ton out '.. 0 J. 8tinsou, .VMarshall ? 1 b Death .. .. ;2 B.Sykea,'b3Ia'l-all ;. , 3 b Death .. 6 W. GooSacre/chtridb Marshall . 10 ran out- .. 8 ?ff. Jcffrtes, bMarShRllJ.. .. .. O h Death-.. ' .. 0 W.BaylTea, ii Death .. -? 0 b Boath . . .: -0 ?W. Toohcy, not out .. .. .. 12 b Death : . . 01 A~ NeaL b ilarsliaU ? ? ? not oat 0 ~ ?? Sundries - Jir 1 u s^fl'T .?TfiuifiJries'.. 6, ?i ' - ?' ' ? y.-jr.I)AS,-r-FlrfitinnlnBB, - . W.-^HarabftU, b Upodflcro ^ W.-.Dettb, l)'Bayilas.-; .. . .. . J. McSabb.tOooSadrc ...

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

Blayney Municipal Couucil. The regular fortnightly meeting1 of the above council was held on Wednosday evening. Present — the Mayor, (Alderman Stinaon), Aldermen Bridgman, Clark, Rua sart, and Shakesp'ear. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The following correspondence was read : — From Mr. Barry, manager of the Commer cial Bank, Blayney, stating that the Bank was willing to reduce the rate of interest from G to 5£ per cent. Received, and the ofier of the /Bank was accepted.— From Mr. W. Chalsou, secretary, of Marsdeh -Lodge, I.O.Gr.T.; asking th&t-as a fence httd' been erected around the Good Templars' lJall for a crossing to be made to enable persons to get into the yard.- ; Received, and.. : request granted. — From Mr. Renateau, secretary of School -uf Arts, asking for . a -suspension lamp to be erected in tbe library,^ -Becsived and decided not to grant t}ie ^nejja^t. — From Chief Secretary's Office, 'Sydney, notifying that Messr...

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

MaaicipaltJoHJngS. T,-\ After nine years -of service in tlie Blayney municipal council as inspector of nuisances, Mr. J. Field tendered his resignation at the last council meeting. In moving- that tbe resignation be accepted, Alderman Bussart said as Mr- Field had . been so many ' years in the service of the council he would also add to the motion that he be paid half -. a quarter's salary. This the couucil decided' to do. On some occasions it has bien our duty to adversely criticise the manner in which the late inspector of nuisances dis charged his important duties towards the ratepayer;, but we believe the inspector always gave us credit for so doingirom a honest conviction that we thought his Ap parent lenieqcy in certain . cases was Wfijng : or we would not have done so. , As infld$|nV so we have always endeavoured to qa.st^.a|); personal feeling aside. However if we do -hit a man we ^believe in doing so while he has the harness on, but after he sovers him self from oflicial li...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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British and Foreign Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 March 1899

Britisli and foreign Bible Society. t The annuil inaeting of the Blayney branch of the N.S. W.' Auxiliary of the above Society was held iu the Weslnyau Church on Wednesday evening. There was a good .attendance, aiid tlie Rev. W. K. Howell (Chutch of 'England) occupied the chair. ? Tli* Chairman said it gave him. pleasuce to preside over tho meeting. He explained (he objects of the meeting — receiving the report of the local branch for the past 1 2 months aud election of officers for the ensu ing 12 months, and to listen to an address by the general secretary of the N.S.W. Auxiliary (Itsv. Mr. Hill) on the Society. Tho chairman referred with regret to the absence of Rev. J. Adam (Presbyteriau) through illness, aud also stated that the Rev. A. S. Swift was unable to be present through being away at the Wesleyan Con ference in Sydney. He then welcomed tho Rev. Mr. Hill to Blayney, and called on tho secretary of the local Society to read the report and balance-sheet for tbe past year. T...

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

Tin Sllgliliest City. If anc'enti recorls are to hit believed, Babylon taust hive bja.i th^ 111 ms wonder ful city which Ih* world has evar ssan. iti I st'jpsrulojs wealtli an 1 strvig^h and its great siza are startling ovoti in these days. ' Fancy,' says an authority on ancient history, 11 u city built on a Icvvl shelf of rock, defended by two su:lt rivers aa the Euphrates and Tigris, and with walls sur rounding it 200 feet high, with a thickness varying from 33 to 40 feat ; and some of its magnificence may be gathor d.' Englishman think tin old Roman walls that p-iqreie Citcster are of great thickness, ' but thesj tire more toys compared with those of Babylon, ou ths.tjw of which three large chariots could past abreast with ease, There are two wa'ls — an outer and an inner — and the vattness cf the city will bo realised when it is stated that the outer wail enclosed a space of 199 miles, while the inner wait guarded 117 square milei — a space much larger than ths whole sizs of mod...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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