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A Terrible Tragedy. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

A Terrible Tragedy. Melbourne, Tuesdar. A singular mtlrder was committed at Fisherman's Bend this afternoon, when a married woman, named Alice Maud Jepson, drowned her little son, 7 years of age, in sir ' inch3s of water, and then tried to drown herself in the Yarra. She was rescued anct ;, locked up oh a charge of murder. Subsequently she ..made the following statement : — ' My name - is Alice Maud Jepson, and I am a married woman, residing on the barge Nonpareil. My maiden name wa9 Robey. My husband left me at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The people on tho wharf seemed so unkind ; so I took my child, seven years old, and drowaed him in the pond oa the flat. I held him down un til he died. My husband was always good' ' to me, but he left me, and I want to die. I have one married brother in West Aus tralia, and a brother and sister in Sydney.' The woman had been in charge of a nurse until that morning, and as she appeared , lonely her husband said she might keep tho boy at home from sc...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

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

'TOTIPft-'' i I lfJU'', uevr riineAy, ' WOTOfiT'1 CUBE FOE sJL! ? ; iTOOTHACHB ^SB SJBUJtjOi&I'AVeifwAfio- ?woriticflaa iHtiiin tan minutes,; ?: ? Innumerable Testimonials*; _ -..???/. r A considerable inipiber. of . our -cuat^n.crs.liave alr'aady' triad tile now reinedy^.Viptory' jCire 'for ToothachS and Kcuralgia/ auii ljaire itt every 4n stance been ouirOd^ It ia-ccrtainly! a most!w-ilidi(irt«i; ;eme^y,^nd jtro trast.it .vill'beoame vridGly^kr.O'iv . ^ | ? ' Hcan* llbjrraoiiEaiE, 'i An.Aiiiji-a Pus JZK J By ? , ' jpSjjPH.CoSHEB, ., ? '- '; ' ' OdbStBI,'1'' j ?; ;??? — c :JtErHoa 'G. £loo«jjs, ? :j ; ,:f, .9lpr«kf8pers,,14aL-u!in, ? ' Tbe above Eumody aan ^b'e 'bad^aV. the Office of! ' Ms 'Paper. ?? ' ' ''-1 i .! ' filS iH SI ill liQ-' :uade 'by ? fj*0 -Sir fla peradijs'^ ei-: 'W1 12 . . H tliei- sex,, iu. lo-' oilitiBs,. nt work for us. , ^^esv'.buojyies?. AH; .mec^.AnritiEi ^ondei-ful sgecess. jAuj-oae can1 do,.tlie;.»Tor«. v Ypu .dont neea:=capittil,r or aibqut tbo saip...

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 — 1 April 1899

: blayaky posr uFFjefi.' ...... aeritil op iriiifl. ?' , Daily (SjinSara *a;eptcd) frjsn Sydney, BailiuM, ' OranTille/Goulbunr' tfarderi, Circ.ia^,' Aratj'du'- : r- aw«;,lgndhuist,* - -Woo iiCoei,- 'OaVUnd, Oow'ra. ..^ Browc's O'ffk. T.P.O. No. 2 West, X.P.O. Iso ? 2 6outb, 0,tcm Paik. Frotn ITprtpn, Barrr, Sliair, .JToril!^: an 1 King's ' Plfiill! on TliPldij-f, Thursday, [Lni S.il U P CJ.«|haLm«tjwn and V.ttoi-u on W.dJoidaya atdiiatnrda.T».- ? ? t-i . *»' ' . . i JBEPABTtfBB OF Daily (Sundaja ,erc p'f d) to, Svd^oy, Ba ]m aj;, GoulBurfl; HsrJoi', Granville, OitrcijaT-, JIiiV duraina, ^Lyndhurit, \Vo6iat-ct, 1 GiiU d, Oui»ra, l)ro*ii'« Creek, Ort /h Pari, -f.l',0. -Nj. 2 iVeat, T.P.O. K:-. 2 do iluj ,. ,» To Hjrton, Netiie, Sliavr, tiarn^ und Kirg'd iJl . i - oijT Tueadaje, j UC«'d.oy.', aid da.t«rday». , _? To'Qregliumet'jWii and Vntiiiii oil Wudu.edjTi nT d ' 'T iSatardajs.-' ' '? ' ''?* J'-PiHST PoBTitiis.' ? : ! The rate of postage, under the conditioha of ilio Act, on lattera...

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

Federation. At the public meeting held in the Town Hall, Sydney, on Monday .evening, to pro test against the Federal Enabling Bill,- Sir George Dibbs presided.! Dating his opening speech he i« reported to have tuid that the question of deciding the location of the Federal capital had 'b0tn 'decided behind their back (meaning the electors, of .New South Wales). Sir George Dibbs should bp the last man, net only in the. colony but in ' Australasia, to prato about doing ' things hwhind t.hn backs of the neonle. considering that on one memorable occasion he acted the traitor and sneaked in Protection at the backs of the electors. ?' Such men should refrain from speaking of the faults of others. Fancy Sir George Dibbs (a rank Conser-' vative) and John Norton (a rank Democrat) being on the same platform on Monday night under the pretence of ..trying to save their bleeding country from the evils of the proposed Enabling Bill. Judging from the addresses of these two men delivered to a Sydney...

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

What Blayney People Say . is Good. PBOOF FOB BliAYNEY people. When we see it ourselves, — When our own ears hear it, — When our own neighbours tell it; — When our friends endorse it, — No better evidence .can be had. It's not what people say in Melbourne, Or distant mutterings from Perth. But it's Blayney talk by Blayney people. Thore Is no proof likb homo proof. Can you believe your neighbours 1 Road this sUtemont made by a citizen. Mrs,. It. Harris of Church St., this town, thus informs us : My son who is ia yeers ot age, has been troubled with a very painful affliction for the past 12 months. lie was completely covered with blind boils origi nating from kidney troubles, which caused him no end cf misery. Noticing Donn's Backache Kidney Pills advertised, I pro cured some at Matthews' pharmacy, and my son took them regularly. The eifect has been that the boils havo entirely left him, and not even a trace of his former trouble now remains. I cheerfully recommend Dean's Backache Kidn...

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

T ypiiolii at Carcoar. Throi'gh rapid inllux cf typhoid patients, the Carcoar Hospital is now over-crowdtd, several additional beds having to be pur chased ? and cffcted in the surgery. The hospital teat will probably havo to bs erec ted a] so for fever cases. The committee have secured the services of Nurse Brizzel, of Sydney Hospital, to especially attend the typhoid patienu. Six town patients were .removed trciu their hotaei to the hospital on Saturday, while others are being .privately nursed. The Municipal Council has plenti fully distributed disinfectants in all resi dences, and the banks and public offices are redolent of carbolic. - I On Monday the ratepayers almost unani mously signed a requisition to the Mayor, requesting that a special meeting of tt)e cpuucil bs called for Wednesday, to have the municipality forthwith proclaimed h catiitar* a pa,

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

Easter at Blayney. After the splendid raiu in tkis district on Sunday night last, tha weather for the Easter holidays promises to be beautiful. On Easter Sunday theni will bs special scrrices at the churches. Special singing will be rendered at the Wesleyan Church by tho choir. On Good Friday a law* tennis match will be played at Blayaey between Millthorpe and Blayney, and a cricket match is to be played between the Y.M.D S. and a team * l._ m. ? ? n ? m: ? icpiooouviug wis Xjtm.juvy ittiuf. Tbe Wesleyan choir will journey to Evans' Swamp to hold a picnic, and in tlia evening will jrendar the cantata, 'The Lion of Judah,' in the church at Etnas' S*amp. On; Easter Saturday e. cricket miitcu will be played at Blajney between the Y.M.D.S. and Tallwood. On Easter Monday tho annual picnics in uoutioction vrith the various Sunday-schools will be held. The Y.M.D.S. cricketers will proceed 10 jLyndliurst to plsy an all-day ;mit-jli aguius& Lyndhurst.

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

I The Gattoit Tragedy. The inquiry into the Gatton tragedy con cluded on Friday. At tho termination of the proceedings, Mr A. H. Warner Shand, acting P.M., said : I think I am justified before closing this inquiry in remarking that I am greatly astonished at the' extreme apathi of the blodd relations of' tha victims: Although there are four brothers of mature age, with the exception of Dan, who ap ...--?? fa, ituia nut oil!, tl-. ...w» .u. u.uvuoiiu law, they appear to have done nothing. They had a number of- horses at the farm, but. these were not offered to the police. Their evidence, too, has been most unsatis tory, and also very contradictory, especially with regard to the horses which were iu the vicinity of the~ farm en the night of the murder. . The relatives of tha deceased appear to hare treated the whole business j as ' kismet,' and acted as if they wished to have tbe matter buried in oblivion. I have actually been personally accused of crushing the family because the memb...

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

ISSKdHrama. [fr-osi ODB COBEE^POKCEKT,! Mr. Buskloy,' who for tpe past three years has been in the .employment of Mr. T. H. Rowlands, partly ja the store here aud at Gallymont, in «otb of which placM lie made himself extremely popular, has diei with promotion, he . having been promoted to manage a gsneral store at- Burraga for Messrs. Edgley and Co., of Bathurst. Mrs, Buckley and family remains here for awhile. As Mr. Buckley it an old Slayney resident, we wish him *very success ibi his new sphere of labour. Mr. James Bembrick, our popular store keeper, accompanied by his family, has gone to that popular seaside resort, Manly, to spend a few weeks holiday. During his absence the business will ' be' carried on by Mr. N. Bembrick and Mr. W. Southwell. Easter holidays are very close upon us to the great enjoyment of the youngsters at tending school ; also the teachers are not sorry to have a respite for a short time.

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

Blayuey Muulclpal Council. The. regular fortnightly meeting of the above council was held - on Wcdnosday ' evening. Present~tho Mayor, (Alderman - Stinson), Aidcrmeu Bridgtuan, Hewish, Pile, Shakespear, nod Watson. ,. The minutes of the previous meeting' were'read und confirmed. COBRESroSDEXCI!. The following correspondence was road : — From the Treasury Department, asking for a copy of the ' Blaymy Advocate'' of 2 1st May, 1898, containing the municipal balance sheet for the year ending 2nd February, 1898. Received, and the council clerk said lie would try and procure a copy. — From the treasury, staling that the provisions of ! the Nuisance Pro vea t ion Act had been ex teudad to the municipality of Blayney, and that the proclamation was published in the Gazatte No. 91, of 26th February, 1884. Received — From the Board of Public Health, forwarding form of quarterly re port, asking for it to be filled in and re turned. Received, and decided to attend to the matter. — From Mr. J. Re...

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

Public School Concert, A grand concert by the pupiU attending the Blayney Public School vrnjt held ia Jth» Town Hall on WednesdiLy 'evening, and was a great success ia every way. The audience was a very large ».ud enthusiastic one.,, Xh* programme v,p.t carried out without a hitch, 1 and the excellent manner in which the chil dren wsat through their parts astonished the audience, and the highest praise -and credit are due to the head master, Mr F. | Neal, '' and Mrs. Neal. The singing was sweet, the tiuie and expression was perfect, and the floral march, fairy scene, etc., vers-, admirably and gracefully performed by ths . girls, which testified to the painstaking ; manner which Mr. and Mrs.. Weal hsd.. worked in training the pupils to such a state of proficiency. The efforts of the children in every item were highly appreciated by the audience, end received well-merited tig,-, pli^use. The 'pfbgramme opened with an Overture ' by Master E. Marsh. Then fol lowed choruses, ' Railway T...

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

PARLIAMENTARY DEBATING SOCIETY. ' The newly-formed Parliamentary Debating ' in connection with the Blayney School of Arts held its first sitting in the Reading Room on Tuesday evening, when the Pre mier- (Mr. J. Mardardy) brought forward a bill to oxtend the franchise to women. There were about 40 proaent, but there were not many speakers. Mr. G. Pile was leader of the Opposition. After the debate was finished, the vote of tho meeting showed that the bill was negatived. Tho Parliamentary Debating Society will meet on every Tuesday at S p m. Tho public aro cordially invited to attond. Tho question for next debate is 'That the railways should be under private instead of Goverumont control.' A debate took place at the meeting of the Good Templars on Tuesday evening, the subject being ' Should bachelors ba taxed.' The question was decided in the negative.

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

h Magistrate's ES^ii S3 Proves Ctements Tonic A Genuine Remedy. The Cscc cf John J. Fitzpsiricif, Ecc;., j.P. (iwe/.-i i!u-'- 1 r;mUi-r( ir.) a j (bv (H'n sruciAi- iticroUTi n.) Mr. Tilzpati ?i.K is ouc cf tl-.o nlrlrpl nml 1/CSt-lnKjv. n roi.l nl^ cf WiinUor. L'onn«r!y Inspeclor cf rcI!3C3 lie ]:as fciii«:v; ^i'*i» i )j lliul pii-i(iont ii;td »n-w rinyi in ioti unnji,t ;il. W'in-i.i -r. A rcpuiUr 1 : out the t n:-. ii.' ? tiico oii»oi iit l!»e «lr.i\vin-jio :n ic-tim tiii.l.^ i.ii.l iiluiM »:t:ed s . Jo.ily f-I.-uiu tiie jv.-j-t'ci -.1 wiii.-h lu: v. .v Iu -d ly loll V.n 111 is ;:n-l-T l.im and '?- J-»*-al i«' i whip. 0:,r Ktt-rUT -;U»m o iu) Mr. if!.- nl Oill Mit Itl'c ts Ili.'l 11':!'-, Junl \».l- a« ?! v 1 c-- ivt d. '? 4-i Hiiirj;\:-rir- [»'io.l Mr.T: ic!:, ' fr nn umiiv 1 l.ii ys, ll.oncli 1 Lliicc 1 Oic siiliw \Vi I'v li.nt 91.U liip' tll.sS «f Oi.J « d ll.J sau.c -j { 4( At. I x- l ilt, u ;tu tl,!»; rM 1 4,l.ivi:r coinp'-iii.ji-, «u.d, cosn;i!io«- ty»l ly r.cur.ii id. 1 1.« ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Our Societies. YOUNG MEN'S DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 April 1899

Oar Societies. YOUNG MEST'S DEBATING SOCIETY. The regular weekly meeting of the above Society was held in the Wcsloyan School llall on Monday evening, the President (Rev. A. S. Swift) presiding. The meeting was an enjoyable one, the business being the reading of the Society's Journal. The con tents of the Journal, which are contributed by members, included papers on tho follow ing subjects: — 'Is ambition laudable?' 'Visit to WaraUh Grange,' 'Thrilling experience of a Debiting Society cricketer,' (t An nfrt^ficA TTnnnr TTfkncn ' (* A visit to Tall wood,' ' Should fr#6. pardons bo granted ' ' Should maidens over 25 years uf a^e bo tuxcd,' and the editor's leading &riiolo and scrap book. Tha articles were rjitd and discussed, those taking part being Mews \Y. Cock, J. Marftardy, W. Mel lor, R. Inch, and J. Grtou. After the business wjis concluded, the ms.nbnrs wishsd God spend to their President, who is leaving this circuit, und reference was mado to the high esteem in which Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 April 1899

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To hlcssrt. Colemanc and Sons, Gcotair.undra. Daan Si:tB, — I have used tho Euc.ilypt Extract v. ijich 1 got frcm you, and am now quite out of it. Almost my {.otsiWc coiu plaiut 1 use it for, including burn#, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chilbluiiis, neuralgia, toothache, &c., See., and 1 da not believe' there is any disease it. will not cure if persevered with. In ulccrau-d sore throat or inflamed throat it is invaluable, having hid personal experience of the fact very recently. Where children or even adults are badly atlocted I usually erect a kind.of'sumll tent near a fireplace, place — a kettle 011 the fire, and when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Kuealvpte Extract into the kettle, and attach a jong tube to the spput of the kettle, and-moke t lie strum play/about the patient in the tent. The steim owing to the distance it has fa travel, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is not ene...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Remarkable Surgical Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 April 1899

B.emarkable Surgical Case.' ' A telegram to ^ie . 41 San Franpisco GaH ? from Chicago, -says : — '^leyeri' *years . ago: Charles Burreel, of Chebanse^ 111., w.hile. engaged in-a childish qua^t«l with' m play-'; mate, iru stnick on the left «ide of thehead with a brick. The taomenb he-was etrnpk he began to run around in a circle. He was takisn td his home and a physician called, hut the t^yjiever^hicorer^l his reason or .his-power of locomotion. Whilei able to jv»lka be was unable to control his move snants, ana nau a .constant senoency ui tsnro in » circle. Some time ago his parent*, learning of an operation by which the reason of Attorney Frank Collier was restored, set abliut to have their son, now 19 .'years of age, operated upon. In 1896, believing him to be incurable, they had taken him to the state hospital for the insane at Kankakee. ' The desires of the parents were made known to Dr. Stearns, superintendent of the iosti-' tution, and on Monday the experiment was begun. He w...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Courtesy of M's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 April 1899

The Courtesy of H's.P. . Of lata there hive been a number of all night sittings of Parliament, and it seems as if too much ni^ht work don't agree with our legislator!. It racket them crusty'' ar.d er.inky, and it tnk^4 so little t- m&ka them ' fly off th2 hxndla' fiat scenes occur fre quently. C'iniDliinenlrUvy things are stid of oae another, but our law-tuakors evidently believe in fighting at long range, for they never destroy one another's beauty, although they occasionally threaten to do 60. The betwion Harry Ooj.eland and W. Jf . H lghes The former w-.is spetking on the Federal Enaijliiig Bi'l, and sdid t'hat th-? anti foaer [ alists would claim !hit Victoria w is trying to take advantage of Ke-v South* Waies, when Mr. Hughes interjejtei : 'The Vic torians have alr^a-ty said that, of u-.' Mr. Ooptiand : 'L'hit is ujt so. (Hoar, hear,' and dissent.) Sir. Hughes : Why, you ranted to put the f'.'dera! capital iu Victoria (' Hear, h';ai-,' and 'Oh, uh,' and erics if ?' Ch^i...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 April 1899

Debility. SOME HINTS FOR THIS WEATHER; HOW TO KEEP HEALTHY. ? General debility is a state which is gener ally causad by .a combinatioa of nervous exhaustion, indigestion, deranged liver, and constipation. It ia brbught about by th® system lining run down. The functiona of of tha body, aro irregular and wealc, the. waste matter is not carried off.properiy, the blood becomes poor, and the complexion sallow. The whole aystenii in cascs. like. cms, neeas -xoning up. ±ne aiet mass o« regulated, and a remedy must be taken that will put the digestive organs in thorough working order. For this work, Bile Beans for Biliousness are the very best specific, as they act in a gentle manner, and are so compounded that tliey repair the waste of the nervous system, and make pure, rich blood. Bile Beans on every hand are .ef fecting cures fer debility and all summer ailments, such as loss 'of tone, lack of phy sical lorco, etc., etc. They come within the reach of all ; and that the great mass of Aust...

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