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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

UliNERAL NEW 5. In compliance with adeti-;t.n-l from France the Chinese Cjuvernment has paid £4500 as cotnpen^atiim to the French subject who was recently kidnapped by brigands in Tonking. Queen Victoria on Friday last paid a visit to th«t Itoyal Victoria Military Hospital at Netlev. H:»nnKhirp wliRre site cnndnlerl wit.b 400 of the soldiers invalided from India as ! a conseq-uenee of wounds sustained during the fighting, en the frontier* A tStri&c hurricane ?, and floods were re ported oa Monday from -all parts of the colony. During the hurricane on Sunday evening the brig Amy, coal-laden from Wolloogouj* to- Sydney, foundered on Thir roui Beach, two miles north of Bulli, and all the crew (eight men) were drowned. The schooner Malcolm, which left Wollongong foundered on Sunday evening, and it is believed all hands were lost. Several other disasters are reported in shipping circles. Heavy floods are reported throughout the colony, which seriously interfered with the mail and...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLADSTONE ON FREE-TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

GLADSTONE: ON FREE:TRADE. Now, when thp father of' Free Tradb, and of the Hones of Commons, the Hon. C. P. Villiem,. has passed, away,. Mr.. Gladstone is the- only- remaining statesman who took an active, part in the removal of the fiscal burdens, fc^sm the shoulders of Engliihmen. Up to 184& he was a Protectionist, and in that year he and bis. great leader, Peel, were AAn MBM^a/l f A I?ma Tj«n/1la an, mnnh Utt fli n logic of events as by the arguments of his supporters.. It is,, therefore, instructive to contrast the. utterance of Gladstone the Protectionist,, dealing with tbe condition of English, lhbotir under Protection, with that of Gladstone the Free Trader with regard to the circuoist)aaiies.bf the- samp people after fjfty years of Free Tfadbi W.. E, Gladstone (Hansard, February 13, 1843). ' ' I'D it. one of the roost melancholy fea tiures i&i th« social state of this country, that -we see, beyond the posaibility of denial, that while thece is at this, moment ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRINCES AND MONARCHS AS MASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

'PitlNCES AlfD MONARCHS AS MASONS. In Great Britain' the craft is presided orer by tho Prince of Wales ; in Sweden and Norway the~ Grand Mastership is liald by King Oscar, who. occupied that office beforrhis ascension to the throne. As in «aw of the sons and grandsotis of liie Qneon, so are also the sons or King. Oscar . . aownbenof tho craft. In Donmark it is the Crown Prince whe . iatho bead of the Grand Orient, while the ? late Smperor Frederick held the Grand Maatonhip of the Gwman Fteeuiaaons £rom 1855 antii the tiraa of his deaths His sou, ?though a Mason, has declined to accept tke Grand Mastership in succession to. his father,- or to attend any lodge meeting since be became En* lerorv His^raudfatheP, Emperor WiDiaiuT.,. was slin a IWmsson. sind frenuentlv attended the meetings. o£ nis lodge, -live-ting himself I at ils thuesholol.oE all his Imperial distiuc- ! tions, conducting: himself and being treated | by liin Masonic brethren as an ordinary wembetii. In Austrirt, Fieret...

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 — 19 February 1898

Beware of Imitations. Sec that eacb Libel bears our registered trade mark — Eucalypte. BILE BEANS. WHAT ARE THEY FOR? BILIOUSNESS & COSTIPATrON, ETC. WHAT DO THEY COST? WHY, ONLY 9Jd PER BOX. A CURE FOR 9£d. The modern science of medicine tends tc concentration. Bile Beans for Biliousness contain in a condensed form ingredients that will prove a genuine specific for all digestive troubles. The bile is one of the most important factors in the process of digestion, and defective bile secretion causes a number of very sprious ailments, such as constipation, piles, diarrhoea, liver trouble, indigestion, headache, etc. A healthy liver I secretes sufficient bile, but when the liver's action becomes impaired distressing symp toms immediately follow. These distressing symptoms Bile Beans cure, not by relieving the effect, but by getting to the fountain head — the liver. Bile Beans. are made at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and have been used throughout that country for years by the bes...

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 — 19 February 1898

DO YOU SUFFER from LIVER COMPLAINT, ' INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, i HEARTBURN, I . FLATULENCE, Or any symptoms of a disordered digestive apparatus ? If so, there is no remedy iu the world bo safe aud sure to give relief as Fletcher's Pills and Clements Tonic. Don't be misled into wasting time and money on any of tlio 'AU failing' nostrums so specions'y advertised by designing quacks and dishonest rogues. Iteinember, these two remedies bave stood the test of time, that tbeir mtrits are proved, and that a fetv . shillings invested on them may cave you weeks aud months of suffering, aud perhaps pounds of expense, for tliey have done so in hundreds of cases, and we will send you evidence to prove our assertions ou receipt of your name and address. Remember, delay is dangerous, and that every hour you neglect your case the complication iu creases and a cure becomes more difficult. Shan the cheap quack doctors aud designing nostrum compounders ; stick to the reme dies Clements Tonic aud Fl...

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 — 19 February 1898

'to miners. ;i ?\i; ANTED Representative Minerals of V V the D^trict. r Highest pries given, pn approval, for all rarer ones. ' ' ? A, 0, BLACK, , I Blarney. j ffgs«g»cagt ,e- .}„ j-. . 1 1 . . Advocate and Herald. UEASUBBS; HOT MEN.' SATURDAY, FBBBUAEV 19, 1833.

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 — 19 February 1898

GOOD FOOD-GOOD DIGESTION— GOOD CHEEK. ' Moral character ia located io tlie stomach,' lays a resent writer. He is wrong ; but there is a shade of truth in the ilea he thrown out. Napoleon was often willing to trusi others to look aftel the arms and ammunition of his armies, but the com missary department he looked after himself. The bravest men wont Hjlit unless they are fed, he said. N.or will; they. That's why we are -not surprised to find Mr. William Jones saying that at a certain time ha was in a lp r and desponding state of raind. He gives the reason himself id three words. ' I was weak,' And why was he weak? He explains that too. 'I was always strong and healthy,' he says, 'up to January, 1892. Then I hod a severe attack of influenza, followed by congestion of the lungs. After this I never got up my strength, and I was low, weak,' and desponding. I bad a bad taste in my month, my appetito wos poar, and every morsel of food I took gave me intense pain at my cbest, After every me...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

€!0mmmcial. _ J. S.f/s|EDs* Oo, _ J Fat Cattle.— pO yarded.- 'fha demand if B bri^f. for all qualities, uritne being iu ? dema .a ut U. to J5« per iOOiiu. We sold-20 ball.icks l»r Mr. ; John Fpigan, averaging li? 3* ; '20 steers and he f rs lot Mr. A, MoWi'Ji-m at Lt :+- Pat . Sheep.— Mark«f fliw f°r anything good W* soW— £0Q .roiled sheep ior ait'. 6. McPouuid *t satisfactory prices. /'*? Stop* Stoe#.— Good ..demand now tlijrt min is genera}* W--c&P*ct animproved demand. ffe, j ?old 6S'*tqfir* for Mr. Jj M. Atkinson at;L2 3s. ? Horse*.— We yarded. agood number - of burses, ; and loranytliing like =goodi tturtg ,tue dam iu d is good, especially for draughts. lVe s ild 11 bead ap fo IJIlfii. Three sulkies «t £7 5s each. LiniJ.— WesoJd privately during the week for Mr. fi. Smith, 33fr. to Kite-street, with a depth oi 88ft., bo}ug part'of 1-|C 16, section 13, loget.iar with ?mall cottage, tor the sum of L'2iK) ; Mia. Reynolds purchaser. ' pr&age, Febipary 14- j

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 — 19 February 1898

?Schoolof Aits V I lENi)E!BSAlt^nvifc33or Position of SECftE ?H TA&¥ and -LIBRARIAN to' tlie Blayney . School of Arts. 'iiS^h^jin attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Ffidiys, from 7.30 p.m. till- 30 , p.m and on Saturday* afternoons, from 4 till '6. ttendera to b'e;se.nt in- tO- the Hon. Sec.' pro' trm. not later than*4' p.m.* ori'WEpNESDAY NEXT, 33rd iustant. Fur further -particulara apply v . , . -h , ? : ? h f' J.OHKSON, Hon. Seo, pro tpm. ' G &.-E A T Oearln^-6iit Sale tAi^ dAR, tea «ng .decided to leive'.the District -at an early ? ? date will sell'the wh6i;e.-)? nilfs' splendid stock, . . »«-?.'»'?£ Including H 0 'XJ SlE-.H e'i® ;-P:0R'N I T U B E, la, Prices that will Tempt Every ' r ;; one to Buy. K!ome ~Early, for the Stock icitt all be 'pleciredt imthin. the Hext few , weeks. You will never have such -a (^mee.rigjixin:: ' Gome ' and have u look at tlie Sto0k for yourself. THE STOCK consists of Furniture, Ironmon-' gery^'WallpiipcrS, Oils, * Paints. Glass...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

' WESTERN PRICES. Subnet, Thursday night. Usdfarn.— Fairl v good eup^ly ; miuues pbowed 51 trucks to arrive. Chaff : Samuels' Dubbo, 8s ; Gobetti, Wellington, 3s 61 aud Jogesed ; Gnll-n,~Di:moiidi-ille, 3- 31. - Wheat, inferior newSs il-ki 3s'8 1 ; prime pew 4s to 4s 2J ; flour, Darling H rbour, £10 10s.

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 — 19 February 1898

B'' ' a I. m ©ould'-s ? Bile - Beans ? 1 fl Kg ; -. are one of the safest and surest B , JB|,J j I purgative medicines on the market. T^i uiTTTl I I ThejrnreXinlike most laxative rem - ?? a w ediee, becauee they act direct on a. jSO j j/fi j^IlI F - the bile dnots, causing the liver to . K iln V searete and cast increased quanti- o ? n - KvfrVWfefT j:-.' *'e8 of this fluid into the bowels, 'EB DOX f , 7^-:' * thus flUBhing the same out as a stream of water j * ' *DSM ft drain. Defective bile secretion «aueos various - aliments suoh as. Headache, Constipation, Costive , . ness, Piles, Uver Tronble, BheumatUm,.lndiges :-r' r ? ? ? ? tlon, Dl2iineBS, Bnzxing in the Head, Jull-; j ill A| a Allfff ness aftorBating, Ac,, &c. A Bile BEANtaken IMHUABIgja now and then mil keepone .freefrom, these, . ? - digestive troubles,, their attendant evils, and ? ? — — — - — — ? rr ? dangerous after efiects. When 'you aslc for Biloi Be»DB don't be/put off . with somethingelse. If you rieed a pu...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN APOLOGIST FOR MR. CRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

AN APOLOGIST FOR Mil. CRICK. Some few weeks ago we had occasion to ^nake some remarks in reply to a, corres pondent in a paper known to n few as the 'West Macqunrie '' (the protege of W. P. Orick), who signed himself ' Elector.'* The ?writer gave along rigmarole as to what were the duties of a parliamentary representative, at the same time/ maintaining 'that Mr. C-ick was the possessor of all those estimable qualifications. ' Elector ' pointed out that tjhe Representative ef a constituency Should attend to all correspondence whether it came from supporters or opponents. With this idea we. fully concurred, - but -pointed out at tl^e same time that Mr. (Jrick had publicly' stated that whatever correspondence he re ceived from the Blayney Progress Committee, instead flf -attending to it he would consign $t (q tt)e nyaste paper basket. This state ment was made ia jqly, 1895. For having made this styt$ii)ent we contended that Mr. prick proved himsplf to be unworthy to represent any const...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RANJI'S PET PECULIARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

? EANJi'S PET PECULIARITY.. . All great 'meti 'nave soma peculiarity that 'make .them different tp most people. The Prince's -principal peculiarity is tSiat he t&lies excellent -carp of his heajtLi, ' Bile-Beans for Biliousness jvill -help Jou io take good care, of your health,. T.iiey.fue the par excellence of mediciiiB, ueed\!?for 'ycarl by '-tlie best ?physicians ;.X^ey.are','mai3e at T^At.rnifc. Miphioran'. TT.fi. A., oni) uro cnM throughoutftlie'world.v Tliey -cutae to Aus: . tralia with &' reputation of success with the ' busiuees maii. the mechanic, and capitalist there. BiI(T|ieat)6 aye nature's remedy, and - as the price »S ofily 9Jd:, tbey are withiu the reach -'of all, hruce their popularity. Bile Beans^for Biliousness will be fouud useful iu the .following ailmeutb' . — Constip ?ation,JJead»cl)e, Liver and Stomach Trouble such as lu^fgestiou,,-:iFBl'uiess aTter:'.'IjJating, ?Eruptions orGij^Seart.Palpitatiou , Ji'izzi oess, BuzzingJ&^MiteatU . Sci...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Crowded Ojt. — We are compelled to hold over tiil next week an interesting letter froui our Galley Swamp correspondent. ~ With regard to the late subscription list to the late assistant teacher at the Blayney Public Schoo1., we understand that the only part ttikep by Miss Francis was to consent to act /.a treasurer. I' our opinion the prop?v course would have heun for those wishing to get up a presentation to have 'appointed a committee of responsible towns people to transact all the business in con nection therewith. A trial of Massey Harris ploughs and harrows took place at Mr. H. E wins', Bell view, near Blavriey, on Monday last. About 56 persons were present, and the trial on the whole was most successful. After the trial, the local agent fos these famous imple j ments (Mr. D. BedJie), booked a large number of orders amongst the farmers'. During his address at the Wesleyan chureh on Monday evening last, the Rev. . A. J. Webb, of Bathurst-, made some re marks ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

M-AYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. a.m. p.iu, — 1 Blayney ? Dep. 4 55 St 5a 12 Oarcoar ? 5 45 10 86 17* Mftndurama ? 6 5 10 4^ I 19 Lynihurst ? (5 22 11 4 22: Gacland ? a a 27 Swan Fonda ? .a a ] SO Wangoola .„ ... a a | 35 Woodstock ? 7 27 11 60 1 13 Holmwood ? 7 55 12 12a.tu . 46 Cowra ? Art. 8 10 12 23 ! Stop p.m. m ? Dep 8 50 12 4.0 j 56 Wattamadarra ... n 64 Koorawatfaa ? ' 4 48 1 80 60 Growtber ? ' a 74 Boudick llorrel ...I a 80 Monteaglo „J a 90 Burraugong ... a t»2 Young ? Arr. & 26 2 50 ? Dep. 6 56 SO 108 Kingsvale ? a 110 Demondrille ? 8 10 8 50 111 Murrumburrah ... a a 118 FTardpn ? Arr. 8 80 4 6 _j_ ? WWN. ? | a.m. p.m. — 1 TTir^nn Tlnn I « on 1 am 2 Uarrutabarrah ... a a 8 Oemoadrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 KtDgBTale ? a a 21 Young ? Arr. 7 51 10 20 ? Dap. 8 6 10 25 I 28 Burrangong ? a a 88 Montoagle ... ... a a 89 Bendick Morrel ... a a 44 Prowtliar ? a a 49 Koorawatlia ? 9 54 11 53 57 Wattamadarra ... a a.m. 67 Cowra ? Arr. 10 45 12 88 Stop p.m. ? Dep 5 40 12 55 70 Holmwood ......

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

A 1-t WAY TIMETABLE ? i-6wir 'fc,i ' Iwattoa. | Pm, | Mail. ? - ftilTU u.ti- jS»-ta«» ? Dap 10 18 B 0 ? CoilHfcjUtl ... ? ? «* gtMiriUa. .... ... ... 14 ... ... JW BUektovu ... ... ? It Ihaty B II... .I. ... ? #? Bt. Mttj't ,,. if, ? ... 3»» Feoitithj; v... , ? Arr. dA £6 9 0 ' k . ... — ... Dep. 14 fl4- S 0 M ?mu'PUins ? 11 St 9 lPa S#9 ? ? a 40 Oknbrook ? ? 11 50 . «| Bltclwd ? Jil 67 a 41 -Kimfcar-'..;- ... ... e The ValUy„. ... ... ... 18 'to ... -M 8p8o|wiiM ... ... 14 16 4t F«Wli'onbridg« .... ... li 23a ; CI IfumsatU ? ? ? s. CS UftSen ? ? ? 48 S* M Woodford ? ...| 18 *5s ... 41 HHslbrook ? ? a 41 Lmirson ... ... ... 14 10 30 41 Wsntvor b Fell* ? 1 20 48 Kiibombt ... ? ? 1 38 11 6 ?HO Medio* .„ ? a 119 BUckLaath ? 2 , 41 89 ,-W Ifauht Tietous — |d«| 3 30 11 f la -81 Hartley Vale ? 3 89a 12 ls.m ?m Bdl ... ... 2 46 ? 12 8 *8 ' OiMMca S.Aing.,„ ... 9 2 s IS 24 «» Zig j£ig ., ? ... 3 15 12 37 ?« 5 Elk Bank ? ... ... 3 28 12 60 -116 Lithgow ? ? 3 31 12 «4 m I BowenfeU ? 3 35 12 6...

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 — 19 February 1898

TOOTHiCHE. THE new remedy, VICTORS CUBE FOB TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA, curesthe worst case within ien minutes, Innumerable Testimonials . A considerable number of our customers lmve Already triad the new remedy. Victory Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, and have in every in stance been cured. It is certainly a most wonderful emedy, and we trust it will become widely kuow. Hugh Mostgomeiue, Cbaiii.es Pietzx n Joseph Cooitbs, S Coombs, Aether G, Coomds, Storekeepers, Marulau. The above Remedy can be had at the Office of 'hi« Paper. m' B Jh lje ma-^e ^ X I TO Jka. persous of ei B ?& tlier sex, in OlPA OftP ™ tbeir owu lo calities, at work for us. JSew buoiuess. All meet with wonderful success. Anyone cau do tha work. You dont need capital, or about tlio same as noue. We will start you. No space to explain' befre. Biit you caLi make tt euug little fortiiue honor.ilily and easily. The employment is pauitiulmlv adapted to the regiou in which this publi cation circulates, lioys auJ y...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

THE Tl^KUORS OF RHEUMATISM OVECOME BV . . ' DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR VALE PliOl'LE . .. ,7 AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT AND : MEDICAL MEN HAD FAILED. Mrs. Knibb, ol Earle-street, Toowong, ie ,ttio wife of andnduBtrioas resident of that place.; She had, until quite recently, been & jgreat sufferer from rheumatism. -Jit r«. Knibb is well adysaced In years, and an account of her complete cure by ? Dr. Williams' Pink - Pills for Pale People should prove good uewe to those Sufferers who erroneously fancy rheumatism and other kindred ilia the natural accompauunent of old age, nod therefore' incurable. The agonies of rheumatism are well-known, and scr uow is the fact that' Dr. Williami Pinlt Pjlle are a' cure for' it. Those terrible pains in joint* and . muscles, which aire; aggravated by the slightest' Change Iu the weather, most clearly denote' ilie * - presence' of rheumatism which may later on deTfibp . into rbeun^ttic fever. ?.. ' ' Dear me,' said Mrs. Knibb to our 'reporter,™...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

CRICK E'T. Tlie Blayney and Guyong clubV mat on the Blaynoy ground on Siturday, ' and after a good game resulted in a win for Blayney^' by 25 runs. Sccres Blayset. -First innings. ~ n '-/ A. Shakfap ear, b Six on ... ft ' G. Pile, a Malloo, b Jfixou ? 0 ' F. Thomas, retired hurt .,,-i 41 1 ' H. O'Mara, st. fv icliolls, b Itose 5 G. S. Blackler, b Sutton .... 9 \V. K. Howeil, rnu out ... - ~3 ~ J. Baker, c Nicluills, b Martin ... - - H' C- R. Barry, b Sutton.. ... .,. 3^' ?i- T. Jones, not out .. .. . . ' '25 ? L. Clinch,.!) Nixon. .. ? 28! \V. U. Mellor, c Nicbolls, b Jenner ... S Sundries ... -... ... . if.12. ? ... ' ? ?-.* Qttrppo.— First inniDgs, i.,, A. H. Nichollo, c O'Mara, b Howell 15 W. Martin, o Shakespear, b O'Mara 0. O. Nixon, b OJiacb ? ... I F. Martin,' b O'Mara .. . . ... . 21 i J. Rose, o ;9hakeepear, b -J®Mara ... 18 - Kj. o.sutton, c ana o riie ... ... .,4. M. M&llon, b Barry ... ... ..28 J. Jenner, b O'Mara ,. ... ? ,H\ J. HarVey, not out ,,, ... ... .'4 T...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY A. &. P. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 February 1898

BLAYNEY A; -& P. ASSOCIATION. A committee meeting of the above Asso ciation was held in the Council Chambers on Thursday evening. Present —Messrs. J. Rus-iai'l. (in the chair), G. Death, II. E .vin, J. H. Glasson, L. Johnson, G. Pile, and the Secretary. ? TJ-« r.,;, Hilar nf J-!,/, ,„„„l ™ read and confirmed. The following correspondence was read and received: — From Mr. J. Matthews, apologising for his absence through ill health. — From Railway Commissioners, re special train from Cowra on Friday morning 28ih March. — From Department of Agricul ture, stating that the Minister has approved of Government exhibit being brought to Blayney, the Society to pay cost of removing from and to the railway station and show ground — From Sheppard and Son offering special prizes (5s and 2/6) in flower section. — From Mr W, P. Crick, M.P., enclosing £2/2 ; it was decided to enrol Mr. Crick as a member, and give the other guinea for the best draught mare. — From Wool Produce Association, r...

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