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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 March 1899

Mimicipality of BLavaey. ' notice. 'VrOTiPE is. hereby Riven that all t -1_\ ? CESSPITS witbinthe Municipality niu«t be CLOSED. ? ?- By order of the Council. J. CLEMENTS, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, 8th March, 1699. Town Hall, Blayney ? MARCH 29th. CONCERT EifTERTAEMT BY THE . Blayney Public School Pupils, IN AID OF School and Prize Fund. 3YIAB.CH 2,9 F. NEAL, Principal. Notice. IN' couseqji'erice of damage done ? to my Property; , . ALL PERSONS found HUNTING or SHOOTING without per inissiou in diiy of my Paddocks at Brown's Greet, near , Blayney, will, after this date, 'be PJiOSECUTED. FRANCIS. R. 0, HOPKINS. Errowanbang, ' 21st Marcli, 1899. . To Bntehcrs, Dealers, and Others. . ; IMPORTANT Clearing-out Sale - r-OF-, Butchering Plant, Buildings, Machinery. Stock, etc For Positive 'Unreserved Sale. H. E, .'Woolley Has received positivo instructions from Samuei, .'Patterson, Esq/, who is relinquishing busi ness on account of ill-health, to sell by public .--auction, - ...... Sa...

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 — 25 March 1899

Maasdurama. {rsoji .oca coeeesponebnt. J . The Blayney Shaw caused a number o ? persons to pass through hero to. attend it, amongst wliem was Mr. Riddle, of near. Canowindra, driving a team of four splendid grey ponies, which were graatly admired. The action of the Upper House in the way tttey are dealing witli tliS litiabling Bill has given general satisfaction here. The Junction proprietors have-purchased from the Holman's Lucky Hill Mining Co. - the chlorination plant, whiph they had erected at a cost of over £5000, ' It was disposed of for £2000. The remainder of the engines and machinery has been re moved to the Garnet riiitie, Tuena, which the Hulmau Lucky flill Mining Co.. havot taken tip. and which is 'reported to. be very rich. The sale by tender of thfe Prince of Wales mine, at Burnt Yards, lias paused a good deaj of surprise amongst the resident?, as it was thought the iuii-« wouji 6oob Le work ing. ?Buring-J-Jio-lsi.ct -.'W -this.-ini: has proved i s !i Xik'-h « .;«»?» o...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blayney A. and P. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 March 1899

Blayuey A. anil P. Associ ation. The tenth annual show in connoction with the above Association was held o.i Wednesday and Thursday under anything but- favourable conditions, as the wi.id and du^t during the two days made it anything but pleasant tor those attending the bliuw, and no doubt kept numbers away that other wise would have attended. The nunbar on the ground on the first day of the Show was between 300 and 400, whilst on the second day there might have been about 1:200 per sons present. The usual side shows ou kuch occasions were most conspicious by their absence, there not being a single one on the ground. This remarkable feature iu the holding of the annual Show made it any thing but attractive' for the younger por tion of the community, who always look forward v-ith feelings of delight to the prospective ride on the merry-go-round, or other little features of innocent amusement. On the second day the Orange brass band enlivened the proceedings a bit with lively strains ...

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 — 25 March 1899

NOTES AND COMMENTS.   We regret to state that a nasty accident happened to little Willie Stinson (son of our respected Mayor) a lad about six years old, on Thursday morning. It appears he was riding one of his father's racehorses, when   the animal bolted and threw the little fellow on to the hard laetalled road. When picked up he was unconscious and bleeding at the ears. He remained unconscious un til yesterday morning. Under the care of Dr. Woodward he is progressing as favour ably as can be expected. * * * A most successful stroke concert was held in connection with the Show on Wednesday night. Tbe Oxford and Cambrifge colours are dark blue and light blue. The dark blues have for many   years had it till their cwn way on the river. The dark and light Signet ' are leading the way in     the tobacco line, and the sncoess is unprecedented. G^cebt. — We would draw attention to the Public School coucert to be held in the...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blayney Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 March 1899

Blayney Small Debts Court. Wednesday, March 22. (Beforo the Police Magistrate.) D. Beddie v. — ? voys ; balance of ac count, £1/13/7. Mr. Pile appeared for plaintiff. After hearing evidence, a ver dict was entered for plaintiff for full amount and costs 22/. James Smith v. P. Luck, £5.' Mr. Mac   dermott for. plauitifr. Tha defendant paid £3/1 into court and filed a set-off for £1/19. As the sei-off was not properly made out, the bench would not allow it, and gave a verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed together with £1/15 costs.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blayney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 March 1899

Blayney Police Court. Wednesday, March 22. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Eliza Marshall v. George Miller ; assault. Eliza Marshall deposed; I am a married woman living in Adelaide-lane, Blayney ; I know defendant now before, the 'court ; saw defendant in my yard on . 7th March ; pre viously I had forbidden him, to come into my yard for water as the water was getting scarce ; on the 7th March when he came into the yard for water I told him if he draw the water up out of the well I would upset it ; defendant drew the water and I then upset the bucket ; he then threw a   bucket of water over me ; I then picked up the empty bucket and hit him with it ; he said something, but I don't know what it was. To defendant : I will swear you threw the water over me : had previously given you permission to take water; on tbe oc casion referred to you said you would take it in spite of me ; told you if you drew the water I would upset it, and you said 'We'll see.' Defendant deposed; ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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New Railway Regulation. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

New Railway Itcgulatiou, . The Hailway Commissioners are introdu cing a very important regulation in regard to a new truck Rite for general goods, aud it i& proposed to bring it into operation on and from the first of April. ' At the present time, to enableanj advantage to be gained from third-class traffic, it is necessary . that practically a full truckload of six tons of the higher cjass goods should be.forwarded, and experience jjas shown- that ttie benefit of the truck rate has not been co tuuch fin individ ual one as in favor of the forwarding agents ; in fact, it is said that hitherto about SO per; ccnt, of the truck loads carried hare been sent through the forwarding agents. The Railway Department recognises that tho forwardiag agents have rendered excellent service in connection with the goods busi ness, and' that they have as a rule dealt very fairly with their clients. One of the objects in providing for truck loads is to obtain full loading, which is of great eco...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Land of Incredible Barbarity. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

A Land of Incredible Uarbarily. In the country districts of Morocco re filled torture isapplieJ, uot for crimes, but to extort money, tucli as by making a man stand 0:1 tip-loj and t.'iea fastening his neck by a chain connected with a lionlr a.liiiv« ; by spreading quick-li:u3 dust ia the coll so that every movement must send it up his nose and mouth and into his eyes ; And by puttiug prisoners into cases studuuiT insiile with nails aud spikes or knives and rolling them about. But the most brutal punishment of all was meted out in 1892 to Hie chief rebels ill ti:e Angora rising. Those who were cauglit liaij their right hands slashed to the boiie at every j tint on the inside with a sharp r:.zjr. Then salt was rubbed into the wound*, and fin illy a sh irp flint atoao . was placod in tlio palm, and the tir.gera closed tigiuly over it. 0»'«r ths hand was then stretched a piece of' raw cr.viiide, wliich was ti^d linaiy rouuil thJ wi ist. As the cowhide dried, it contrac ted, oau-ing fea...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Search Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

A Searcla JPartv. A pariy fousislin* of two individuals, whj kappi'tied to I) ) t.vin brothers, by the I u-^nitf of IjjIj Ueans, set out to make a sea rou of the interior of a lot of Sydney people. li-id liver's ac'ion, constip.Uioii and indigestion, tiie result of hjt -weather,, was tho cax-.e of the exploration. Tiiesj miid, gaatle, but searcliiug small vegetable ex plorers aro to thorougli in tliair duties that j when tlifcir work is li.iithetl, well-drained, clean, wiioleiome r»-ds arc the result. Uilf. y. an-; d:!!'-!' fi'j.ii othpr r.rm dies iijiuiot'i-.u for a similar work iu the following ways : — Their ac; ion is ^eiitle, there is no gripin;, purging :i:vl 110 evil atitr cfi'ecLs. 'ioeir formula is purely vegetable, and such drastic mgreii'iits as id-jf-s, calomel and luorouiy, as fouiid in most purgatives, are e tnji li Lioat i y and positively not employed, ereu in the smallest degree. Occasion may come when you wish a meiii.isis to thoroughly sparcli out au 1 g..t to th«...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pro Patria. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

Pro Patriae I Land of vone kiuJreil J For shame, long difr -severed, '-? -? '? ? Thcr*1a*v6i of thy glnry 4et no rtiiiii dwlay ; Lfct 'jJiy lilrcli as a nation be iiallowed iu story, Tiiy gifle heucs be shui-ed hy one people for aye. WoUld yoa snatch iro;n tli6 Instre-geintne^ orbit of umliuut ^ ' Ok j degenerate aon, tbe fair , land- thai you bhame!? : » r ^ Would you mock in her pleadings tUa gepui of freedom ^ . Which calls you to baak in tbeJaudburst of. fame ? tiavc tne glory, tue pndo oi th« race_±-»cn sap plan'.otl. . , ? By tha talismin povrer of tha lorditl pursait ? Muit- no . feiiiiioeiit iu %h& breaat -cf the patriot ? Muet the pocket decide while the .spirit ia mute? Oh aons of Austral.!*, tiie moment ia ncariug Ou trJiit'h you -jaii prove you aro haritors tueet, Of the fai'Uou entwiu#(J liy the goddess of oatiens^ For freemen— for heroce— aud p!uued at yuur feet-. Arise to your duty Jeat perfidy triumph^ I'roviiici.iliatB u-uuM hav« uh fragntetits remain ; With...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

Xben si Weat oa All Right. I The writer r.f'the letter w'.ii-h I am s*oi 1/5 c '-pv f,iryoai:i 11 moment . h-u a coapIiiaS to un ike. liataer, perhaps, a complaint to place oil record, as the reason for it is pusei away for tin pre-ent and she hopes — aa 1 wo hope with lnr-tlial it may not return. The cmphiibt il-iss not reter to any rela tive. tiifii-l or fo '.'liiit tj hc-r owa hoart. It did not work well. It was weak, and lor a Ions iinis s]i.» was unable to find ueans to malts it do bettjr. Which was a a:r.ons mittar, iun.n 13'j as t'12 vio'0r of the circulation of ths bloo-1 al y.iya Ijpeads u joa the force wherewith the hewt di ires it. Still, it saenn to mi w-: ought to ba a bit in.lul petit towards the heart in view of the laboar it ln« to pDrJortn. Remember that it never tikes a fall minute's rest et one time, ni.-ht or day, from the instmt it bejins at your birtli until, like a muifli 1 drum, it stops for good and ail— life's -funeral march to the grave being over. During ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

Commercial . J. ar Lkeds -B Ca. ' j ?at Cattle. -SJ jaid.il. IJ-st noe; sold ai vi ?anee o! 18s per hni, all desc.ifiiujis scilio^ -vWI. Prime made 17* to 1 i ;. rcjidii ng quality *ji r-o lQo. - 'Wc'«al i — 100 fn iiaiiock* (jiriv..L.-ly) for Busid ilp J3 State at £6 5i ; 25 fat b-jllu.-ka £cr the Hon. A. i\ ^ i& j i cows for Mi'. J ? Courts £5 10s i 1} cows tor Mr. 1'isher at £2 10s. fat — 4-JO yarded. no prime ia'. We sold 303 ivuthera for Mr f. JlcMurray st oa^l to Gs 21 ; a J wijtlie:?. s una owner, at 5 a 9.1 ; 12 J evrei for 'Sir W iialwr s.t :6s ta 63 21 ; 40 ewes for Mr J. iletut^U it 6? ; aad through bar S/Aiey„ag-»iits — jyj eive* and Withers for- itfr C. Blunt ai'fps to I Ui; 40J Withers for Mr 'X. H. Oates at to 9s ?*-, St'jfti ist-j^k — CJ3 cunle yarded.' P;peF- fluctuated \ ^ » good deal *ju«. oa tha w'aoi«!, vert aithfaetory. / -IjO .71 ied cattle for Mr U. Kslly. &lui- :) dtir-una, jo belters at lis, 12 steers at 19s, il f, jltgjrs'iii Ifl*. 13 o'lH-...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Navies of Europe. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

Tiie Navies of Earppe. Tha. vg«at', JP^wers of ' Europe-, together spend 000, 009 a year, so that tlieir annual foil If or national defence amounts to : ^E142, 000,003, which represent about $90 fcona of gold. luiagiue a railway train of #9 trucks loaded with sovereigns instead ;of ,coals, and you have what the live great nation* of Europe collect every ye^r to keep up their : armies «and jiavifis. -TJjeir navies ^.re even more unreasonable ? than' their armies. The navy of Russia i« a scaudal to ? -civilisation. She has no outlying poss.ta *ion-, no ocean regies or coast lines requir ing naval defcues, and the ? wholo of her merchant vessels, sailing and steam,, l.irga aud small, put together, tire not worth three millions pf money; yet- every year , she sp3nds twice that amount in 'protecting' them, Her total merchant tonnage -is a 3}ttle over half a million, and her navy costs her over six millions, or at the rate of £12 a year for every ton of shippiug. Great Britain spends £1/1...

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 — 1 April 1899

GaOI^GB ©ILiB, SOLICITOR, — XN'P — Commissi ti f -r A^ilayitjs, MQIfEY T?0 LI^XD oa approved SequiitiM.

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 — 1 April 1899

lluaicipilitv of JBlayaey. JJOTipE. OF ASSESSMENT.' ']\TOTICE ii hereby gireu that an AS XtI CESSMENT ha- been, made and a Hate ofOne jShilliq£i in tliei levied bj the Council t of thjs Municipality, . on tho jag-' B»*sed ..value of tho Rateable, Property, within the Municipality for tho' ' curronjt municipal yeaf, in Accordance with .the pro,-, visions, and for the purpose sot forth in sections 141 and 143 of the ^Municipalities Act of _ 1897. . .. Books containing -ouch Aeseaaruent -aro open for inspection during ofljee hours. Notice is hereby given- that a Court of Petty Sessions ' Will bo htlj at the Police Court, Blayney, on 'WEDNESDAY, 19th day of April, 1899, at 10 a.m., for the hearing of appeals agaiQst such assessment. Notice of Appeals must be in writing and lodged with the undersigned seven clear days before the holding of Buch Court. J. CLEMENTS, ' Council Clerk. Council Chambers, 30th March, 1899. JIuiiicipalily of Blavney : NOT IC E. . 'VTQTIOE ia hereby given that al...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

.rwmw — — — l-- ? ? ? ? ? — 1 igHMRSH MOTJSSS. I |0lftTHOB of Esot^.fD. — To-aiorrow eeririces will be helii ua tJilnus :— piayney, 11 and 0 Kiig't Piains. 3 — !teT. \r. K. Qow-U. Hubby t Yards, Jl; M,orildi, 3; Newbrid^o, 730-Aev. J jOn-.-onj. H#ks«tte.h.i» — To-m.)rroiP3?r.'iep« will bj enn dUwCeil as follons, ; — ' BUyaey, 11 aad 7.39; . BrJin's Creik, 3— ' ' WrsLEVA-f.-^To.ai'.'rrow services will Jie luld as /o!ln*« t— liliyuey, 1 1 ; MeriUe, 3 Msadurame, 7-3'J —He?. A. £J. SSwifl.. ' li'.aymey, 7 ?Q— Mr M. Vi'il is. Nort«n, S r-Slr ii. Death. King't Piains, 7-33— itiiiiion Advocate and Herald. UBASUBfCS; NpT MEK.'' SiTUUDAT, APRIL 1, 1399.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Bathurst's Claims to Be the Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

Batliurst's Claims to Be the Capital. Master Archie Donaladson ('Brooklands') ?ends us (' National Advocate') the follow ing novel, original and clev.er acrostics : — BATHURST. B eats ' A 11 '£ hose H trngry U ndesirable K emeteiy S ituated T owns. WHY T B ecause A 11 T he H und.sd . . . '' V adcniable .. R equiremeuts S eem T here. : . SU^'H AS , , : B eau'tifnl 'surroundings ? A ltitq la (2200 f«t) T cmp.erature, / mean max : 73.8 t \ mean mi» t 45.^ H ealt'.ifuUess (mortality, Q.05 pst iOOO)' JJ ai^ue nniitioh K easouableaess of access S ecurity ffnai attack %' me Federal feelings. THEREFOKE If Become* '? ? % ir ' ^ T rue H vlprrs t^ U nit-e iu . ' ' |t esnlutely S' upporting T has'e elaiius. HQW t . -r ,~ By U n'rivatls^ B ights' iS Uuil 1* riumphaqt. * . ?- ' ' B eware o( ' A U ' T raitnrfl H aiiti); noy ' ? * U nion. ? ? 'ii** Vtf toort to $ little T- ac. ie» ! i' ? ... '' .

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

2JQTES AND CQ^^K|J^S. To-Dat (Saturday). — A|1 ^ool'^ Pay. In order that wo may enjoy part of the £%ster holidiys, we sre issuing u day earliar f.bii week tli an usijal'. Roma^ Dathowc. — Easter Sunday, Bhiy j)Ry, 1 1 a.m. ; Carcoar, 8.3'J a.uj. aud 7.30 p.m. ' ' * * * la tstro and couf '.ry a'iks t'u ;ra is an increasing enijuiiy'for tTio ?? Threa Cistlei' Oigare'ttas. Wh«a ycumika jj'irchases esanjias v/cit tiie Ubsl and lies tb'at it o»i»i tlis iaipriia of the ' Xhrea Castles.' ' * * 4 Oapfcxiu -Jcclc has ~ offered n. special prize of £5/5 in oanoction with the next anaunl Blayuoy Show for felie best collection of ores proC4r-id within a radius of 10 mile* of piayiiey. Mi'. R of^Blaynoy, iron three pveats at the Foresk Heufa race* on Satur day last Ho was defeated iu tha hi3' Soupy through his rnxra ( ilary Teak) aud liiijstone (joUidiug. The riJit- of Glad ytwtio (Sfcllugli) xfM thrown ho.ivily to the ground, a broken leg lieinj the coasequence. Jla was removed to the Orauge hos...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

Strike ia Tasmania. HAPPY SETHiEMENT. A atrika that fortunately ended favourably took place at'Caudlaish. Mis* M. A. M. Linger having suffered for years from tbe grievance of nervous headaches and severe bodily pains, determined il strike, and, happy to relatu, gained the day, the victory being solely das to l-r. Williams' I'iuk Pills. Miss Linger says : ' 1 am nineteen years of age, ard liave for notoe time past resided iu Ciiudleigh, Tasmania. Wlia.i about uine years of age I was attaoked with ner- . .. . i voua lisadachts and pain iu tlie left side, which uia s5 completely undermined my health. I was treated is-iX by several doctors who said I was going into a '.' '-''--il decline, but no benctit eneaed from their treatment I also took a pre it amount cf other tnedicincs, but ;« with no beneficial results, la September, 1897, I read in ons of $he daily papers ef a case whieh eloaely resembled my owu, and which had been cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, so I thought I would give ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Catholic Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

CatUoIlc Ball. A grand b ill, in aid of thi Sisters of St. Joseph, wai held in the To«vn llall, il'ay uey, on Priliy nij'it, 24ih a-i l wu a bt'illiaqt s'jjeasj. Taere wer j about 70 couples present, iu^luiiiij visitors from Bathurst. Carsoar, aad Milithirpfl. Mr. H. Woolley proved a:t e'Jioi'.tit M.C , an 1 the excellent condition of the floor tede'.'ted credit 011 the caretaker, Mr. Ern. Hui it. Excellent music 1743 supplied by Mrs. Siunders and Miss Morris (piani) and Mijs j M.awKius ^riouti), ilia itq uejtig iroai Millthoipo. Refreshm&ats were partaken of from 12 till 2.3) a. m, the tables be!a£ gqt up and superintended by Mcsdames ti^llou, S. Pat.terson, K-fin, and Martin, to wljorfl gre«t crodtt is ou-?. Th« dresses worn by the ladies were very pretty, amongst' the most noticeable being : — Mrs. O'Mant (Parramatta), brown skirt, pink evening bodice and cream lactt ; fciss A. French (SUaw), white luiktons madin and white silk; Miss liaukett, fawu aad skirt, canary front...

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