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THE FIFTH TEST MATCH. ENGLAND—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

Tfltyrifttu^BSC'tiATca.' England— Fii-al.Iunines. M'ljixen, b 'JVott ... ? 65 Wiinwriglit, c Hill, b Truuible ... 49 ftaywiird, b Jones ? ?.. 47 Hiujitsinhjl, c Gregory, li Trott ... 2 ? Siorcr, h Joue* ? 44 Hirst,. I. Jones ? ... f^'L 44 Mason, c Itowoll, b .Touei '*?.-:' ... 7 Druee, l.b.w., b Noble ... .... 64 llichardson, li Jones ? ... 1 Briggs, b Jours ? ... 0 Hearne, not out ? :. 2 Sundries , ... ' .„ ... 10 Total ... ???..;?' ...335 ? Australia.— First Innings. Darling, c Mason; 1- BHgga :.'. ~ ... 14 Hill, b KicliArdson ? .. a - Worrull, c Banjitsinhji, b Richardson '23 . :; Gregory, c Store/-, li KieharuBou : ? ,21 Mclicod, b JltoharJson '??'?. ... : 64 Trott, c Raujiisinliji, b Hearne ' ... 18 Noblff, c Storer, li Kiofiarilspii . .... .81 Trumlile, b.Ripliardson :? Y.:.-.* ? ... r 12 Howell, c M'Laren, b Bichardson ... ' 10 Kelly, not out ? . .-.'...: . ... 27 Jones, c Storer, h Jlicbardson ... 1 Sundries ... ... ? - ... -7 Total ,.. ? 23?;:. Ehgl&Nd— Second Innin...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

CARC0AR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The regular fortnightly meeting of the council was hold on Tuesday evening, 22nd ultimo. Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Derwin, Mayhenr, and Watson. The minutes of the last special and ordin ary meetings were read and confirmed. Accounts amounting'. to *o/j/iu were passed tor payment. Alderman Watson said ha thought tho watering and rolling of the gravel was an unnecessary expenditure of the- ratepayers' money. He thought pfiisons should water the footpaths under (hoir own verandahs. Aldoruiau Derwin moved, and Alderman Watson seconded, ' That the finance, works, :l.nr! «oniv-:il nili'nciaps- r-r-mmit,i'.i»i»s fni- tliw current year cons.st of the whole council.' Carm-d. The following annual tenders were re ceived : — For valuers — J.- W. Pox and J. Stammers, £3 ; C. Ford, £2/15. Mr. Ford beiu/r by himself the lender of Messrs. Fox and tita'irn ;i-i \v:js accepted. Limplighting — J_. Taukey, £2/10 per lamp ; Alice Corry, £2/14. After some discussion ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. (Before Mr. Byrnes, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

BLA.YN3Sy*POLICE COURT. Wednesday, March 2. (Before^lr. Byrnes, P. fit) 'John Hartnett was called to answer u charge of iddecent language, but failed to put in an appearance, and a warrant was ordered to issue for his arrest. Carl Cropley was charged with stealing u, mackintosh coat from Montgomery's Hotel at Millthorpe 00. 1st instant, the property of James Brown, of Wellington. The accu sed, who also went under the name of J. and E. Clark, pleaded not guilty. Evidence was given by Constable Fletcher, James Brown, and the accused gave evidence on his on n behalf. The Bench found the accused guilty, and sentenced him to one month in Bathurst gaol.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY A. & P. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

BLA.YNEY A. & P. ASSOCIATION. A committee meeting of the above Society was held iu the Council Chambers on Thurs day evening. Present— Messrs. G. Death (in the chair), L. Johnson, R Marsdiin, C. R. Barry, H. Ewiu, I. J. Clements, Jas. lu&u.iiuws, sii. JA. vjarii, o. vveou, \?. xuo, H. Piggptt, A. Groaning, and the Secretary. Tiie minutes of previous meeting were read and continued. A large amount of norrespondonce was read and received, including letters from several gentlemen, accepting position of judges, from Mr. Crick, and Department of Mines and Agriculture. A communication from the Department of Agriculture was read, stating that the Uov eminent Exhibit would be forwarded from tlie Hawkesbury Agricultural College, and that the Society would have to supply a marquee aud accommodation (60 running feet) for the Exhibit. Mr. Johnson moved; and Mr. Clark sec onded, that the secretary write to the secre tary of the Bathurst A. and P. Society ask ing them to rent thei...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANDURAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

MA.NDURAMA. [FBOM OUB COHBESroXEENT.1. A cricket mateh was played on the Man durama ground last Saturday (the first match here tl;is season) bslween Walli and Neville. After a close game, the uiitcU was declared in favor of Neville. It is a wonder that some enterprising party does not make a kiln of bricks. There is not a brick to be bought anywhere about here, and there are several people anxious to build. Also, the land is wanted to be put up for sale, as there are several people who wish to purchase land and settle. The sports that were to come oft' on the 17th March have been allowed to lapse. Typuoid Fever. — I mentioned a short time ago that there was a large amount of sickness about here. Since then the eldest daughter of Mr. James Beinbrick is down with typhoid fever, and under Dr. Haw thorne's care she is progressing as well as can be expected. On Mouday and Tuesday nice rains fell, which has altered the appaarauca of things altogether. Tiie grass that was parched up is now...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MINING. THE BROWN'S CREEK MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

MINING. THE BEOWN'S CItF.EK MINK. The London correspondent of tlie ' Daily Telegraph ' reports : — The mining market b at present in a very lifeless condition, and to far as a mere human being can judge, the chances of any immediate revival in the demand for gold shares are not rosy. But, so far as ue\-' companies «re concerned, their cry is ' Still they cotno.' One of the ventures winch will shortly be placed be fore tho public is a eoiicern called ' Brown's Cieuk, Limited,'1 registered a few days ago, with a aoniiiiiil capital of £150,000, the olijwt of which ia to 'adopt and cany into offect an agreement ex pressed to be made between tho Coinpagnie des Mines d'Or (Brown's Creek) Limited, of the one part, and this company uf tho other part for the acquisition of certain mines, mining rights, etc. in the parish of Beaufort, in the county of rial hurst, ]Scw South Wales, to develop, work, deal with, »nd turn to account the same in such 111 imier as the company shuV sec fit.' The num...

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 — 5 March 1898

J3LAYNEY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The regular fortnightly meeting of this council was held, -)o. Wednesday evening. Present— the Mayor (Alderuiau Russart^, Clark, Clements, Hemsley, and Marsh. The minutes of the previous meeting wera read and confirmed. REPORTS. The report of the finance committee, re commending the payment of accounts amounting to £4/5/2, was read and adopted. A report from the Works Committee, recommending certain improvements to streets iu the municipality, was read and adopted. , QUESTION'S. Alderman Clements asked what they were going to do to the crossing just made in Pluuib-street, as it was washed away on the previous night. Jt would have to be done over again. Alderman Hemdey said if it was washed away last night he noticed it was there this afternoon. He thought the foreman, of works should see to it. Alderuiau Hemsley asked whether medical men were posting the council clerk with the number of typhoid cases in the towu. Council Clerk : I have been reported of fi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Bl-.yney Butter Factory. — The follow ing is the result of the first two months' work of the iilayney Butter Factory. For the rn^nth ending 31st Dec, 1897 : 2817 gallons of milk, testing on an average 2-7, vioMIiirr liv taat. AOMhs nf hillfor jiurl 7(1 H gallons of cream testing on an average 2-7, yielding by test 25331bs of; butter. The actual butter made at tho factory was 3859 pounds. For January, 1898, 3008 gallons of miik testing on an average 32, yielding by lest JOOIUjs of butter; and 548 gallons of cream testing on. an average 3-3, yielding by test 22451bs of butter. The actual butter made at the factory was 36501bs. of butter. The total amount of butter made at the factory during the two mouths was, therefore, 7,r-091bs. Mb. John Noiiton. — No man could wish for a more varied experience than Mr. John Norton is having. Just now he has had twj ,ie ious criminal charges hanging over his 1 e iti, which he has defended with a skill which, few' lawyers could ....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AN OPEN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

AN OPEN LETTER. Jcst a few passing shots at the little beetle headed literary aspirant, known to a few as the leader (?) writer of that base and libellous sheet, the ' West Macquarie,' and also known to the staff of that paper as 'Elector.' But you are not only known to .» . , (I* Til 1 ? 1 ? L 1 ? ? L_ J_ - _ £ ? tnat scan, Jiiector, out; uy repute 10 a lew outside your own little sanctum, including your humble servant, who is now about to address you. It must be a fine thing to bs a leader writer, 'Elector,' to wallow in words of four and five syllables (some of which you understand), to foul your shce'.s with slanderous and caluuuinous articles just because you could not prove the uu truthfulness of the charges made against that deini-god of yours, Air. W. P. Crick. But pardon me ; I suppose you are so obsti nately and unreasonably devoted to Mr. Crick that you are illiberal towards the opinions of others, either truthful or -other- wise. And as you could not champion Mr. Crick, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

'OPERATIONS DLSPliNSED WITH.' To Messrs. Colemanc and Sons, Cootamundra. Dkak Sies,— 1 ha\e used the Kuunlypte Extract which I got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost every possible com plaint 1 usii it fur, including bums, scalds, i-utR. bruises, soru throats, colds. cliilbUius. neuralgia, toothiichi*, -tc, ifec, aud I do not believe there is auy disease it will not cum if persevered with. In ulcerated soru throat or inflamed. throat it is invaluable, having hid personal uxuarii-.iice of llnj fact very ra££tiily. Whfte children or even udults are li.uliy Hllictcd 1 usually erect n kind of small tent np.xr a iirepUci*, plac« a kuttlu on thu tir--, and when the water readie.-s boiling |ioiut, I pour n (juai)U(y of the liuo-.ilypic Extract iuto the UrtUlr, ami atliieli iv lon^ tul-e to the spoul ot iln- keltic, und make1 ihi slt-uiii |il»y uiiout (hf {.Miicnt in 1 In; lent. Tin* nifini iiw-in^ to tile distjuic it has to irAiel, wltrnjt iu.irln;s tin- p:i!ient is Ilius in a co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 5 March 1898

THE SIT AY TO Wfif A LADY'S IiOVE. A goad deal baa been said lately iu the woman's columns of this paper as to the best way to win the affections of the gentler sex. An old expei ieuced hand ut the business says that the first essential is good nature and good spirits, coupled with a manly physique. Bile Beans are the specific to use to attain thU end. They put the digestive organs in perfect condition, aid the liver, heart, lungs' action act as a tonio to the whole system ; aud for such ailiiiente as piles, costiveness, indigestion, sour stcmacli, dobiiity, and lack of energy and physical tone they will prove au undoubted specific. Sold at Shi. ami Is. ljd. per box, or six large boxes for 8s., they are within tha reach of all. They are manufactured in one of the best fitted ci-d equip] ed laboratories in the world, at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and the fiCtrtliat they are prescribed by the first physicians in that country, proves that they are a medicine of iio ordinary merit. Obta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

STRONG FEELINGS AND SHARP WORDS. The force and range of the ball depends upon the Fmount of powder in the gau. Yes, and on the tame principle, when a mia feels strongly he speaks strongly. He doesn't stop to fit his words to thair ei-et dictionary defiuititio.'u. Ani quite right too. The only use of words is to express our thoughts, ana li gmenmes, unucr pressure, wc ure uu a purase that vhistles through tile air like a cliaio-aliot, why all the l.etter It helps to break up the monotonous drip and drivel of our common talk. ' you have worked a miracle for me,' says Hr. Joshua Le 2. Now, of course, Mr. hie doesn't mean to say that anything beyond nature line been done for him, but — there, there, the best way to find out what he means -s to read his letter. 'In February, 1891,' lie says : 'I had an attack of influenza, which left me feeble and prostrato. I was depressed ia both body and mind. Tlie in fluenza a peired to have caused another complaint the mouth, and was constantly spit...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE OLDEST PERSON IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

?frili OLDEST -PIC'tSOS li! THE : . VPtillLD, The. (.'Id s Jivtn? p-rion in .thvvotM is Marie Dur.uul, 1 who iires in the village of ^ bet'i ve, ' D p-i rtrneii t of Huijtej.JSiai na, Slim'cib; Sbefis 138 yeaie of age. c , ' ? T&is.uiay Beeu incredible, but .it-is said, with coafidbuce. in Eui-opoaii and ,. American papers, tl)?t it is absolutely authentic, and there aro r-'cords to show it. It is not ne cessary to take Mnie. Durnnd's.word. There are the rhurch records, which' place the date of her birth as September 22, 1760. The Mayor of AuLerivp, Jean Baptiste Bachas son, has made affidavit to the effect that he lias known the woman for 46 years, aud (hat she was very old when be first saw her. The centfennary of her marriage was celebrated in 1886, and uo one has ever doubted for a mo ment that Mine. Durand is as old -as she claims to be. The great-granddaughter of Sluje. Durand keeps a shop for the sale of i chaic al and wood in Auberive, and the old , woman lives with ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

The cftniiatiOff of a ''Ody V- hil,„ t4,n ftotie -r *ults in thiep pounds --i 9 The siivvl! waists of French vrowh aW Wttpywi by some scientists t.- be the'iMSti pf aereij.t v. Ag-, of tight-lacing, ti.ov fiav, E'w'H'-'od a phrMcal peculiarity in'the ? r \ Stsr. 1 J W your -ips w^ulil kee)) frnt^ slips, ' ?- -? unit: ou-i i iv. » ith carp ; ^fvhcnj yonsjwk, to wh.ittv-y^m spoil- I OT V-id wfcea, »nd V' -?Vc.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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ARE MEN VAINER THAN WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

ARE MEN VAINER THAN WOMEN One hears a great deal about the vanity of jvomen, nnd tiie amount of time, trouble, and money they expend on their toilettes, but little is said ou the other side, and there is no such 'loud clamour made against the van Jty of mSn. And yet, if the truth be told, vanity is not bv anv means a niononolv of the fair sei, for really men are vainer than lyomer. Tak»J the case of the ordinary y:jung t(inti ; notice the tilth* he takes to dvn-s himsa'f'in the morning, if you c-iulil peer into his room you would see him arran ging and rearranging his tie until it is ad justed, perfectly to big satisfaction. His clothft^ sind boots and hat all go through the same careful manipulation before he goes on his way rejoicing to business or to pleasure, ^itid ,y«t he will lnu jh at his sister for the time sho takes to dress for a ball, assuring her lie cun divss in ten minutes. B(it it is the uiin with a' nice moustache who is vain he} on-.I everything. . Notice what pride...

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ARTIFICIAL TINTING OF FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

ARTIFICIAL TINTING OF FLOWERS. There is a way of tinting flowers by baths prepared from aniline dyes, but that is clumsy, and easily detected by examination. Did you ever hear of a green pansy ? Yet they can be ' manufactured ' by simple and interesting chemical processes. All the ap paratus needed is a saucer, a soda water or otfyer glass large enough to cover the bottom of the saucer, a piece of paper, and some liquid ammonia. Crumple the paper, and place in the saucer, pour'iutp its folds about a teaspoouftil of the ammonia^ place locsely on that the pausies, so that 'none of them are in actual contact with the ammonia, place the glass over tho whole, and leave for four or live minutes — not longer. When you remove the cover, yeu will find that the gorgeous purples and blues have been evic ted, and their places filled with velvety hues of every conceivable shade of peacock, emer ald, and mineral greens. A whole plant can also be treated by using a larger cover. Qllier flowers are...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

TO MINERS. WANTED Representative Minerals of the District. Highest prico given, pn approval, for all rarer ones. A, O. BLA.CK, Blayney,

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AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERATIONIN BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

JfG^IOU LTU RAIj OO-rtPElLATlON , I2f PIUTAIN. ' Jn I h« ? ipfesent sIbWj of a^rioultural d- - presxi^ ttyj iiiifein^ f /rmer is glad to cuti'li nil)- « t^.Vi , aud ilie stdtcmcnts ill favor 'I po--ij-er.-iiijn As npplied to f.triiiing, ? wlieh urere tuvlc'bj jepe&kers at a conference held ' ^eccntlv. aay^ithe 'W-ekly JSoolsinaS.' About 18 iiioriths a go the Coui.cll of lite .Ciiiuui-er appointed u commitl^t) inquire ,11110 the desirability -if promoiing cotipira liiMj p.iuo»g furuiers for the sale of their jninures find goiier.il t-p juisites. Before drawinsr tip it timd I'fpoiS, lh'. couniiittec f.-3'ilvod to hold a fohtureaco withj'epresen t i*ivea ojC existing vo-operative agricultural jaS«K.'iatioii-s. The evidence given was en- ? tj-ely favorable -to the application ol co jj ierative method* to iaruiing. The. Viost jntrreninji evidence came from Ireland, where the recnnnnendations of the B|%ess ,0»-i'initte-.- arc already bearing fruit. fiThe It-v. T. A. Fmlay stated t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

A Smoke Social WILL foe given to the Judges and Visitors by the Members of tho Agricultural and Pastoral Association in the. Town Hall on the first night , of the Blayney Show. All are invited to attend. Farm to Lease. TENDERS for the LEASE of one or ' more t years . . of that SPLENDID FARM, containing 60 acres, ou Church Hill, Blayney, and now in the occupation of Mr.' H. -Heavenor. Tenders will be re ceivd up to 22nd March, 1898. For further particulars apply at the A. J. S. 7 Bank, Blayney. Blayney A- & F. Association. TENDERS are inrited from persons willing to L«ase the Blayney Show Ground fo'r\G razing purposes for a term of one or three year*,' from tlie let of April, 1898. Tenders to be' inthe Secre tary^ hands not later than TUESDAY, 39th March. 1 ? J H. WOOLLEY, - Secretary. Blayney School of Arts, A GENERAL MEETING of Members of lie /V Blayney School of Arts will be held In iba I Heading Room on TUKSDAV NEXT, at 7.30 p.m. Busiuess : To receive and amend or agiopt ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

'Life Not Worth Living.' ' THOROUGHLY EXHAUSTED.' ' Would Have Welcomed Death.' Tiie Darkest Cloud Has a Silver Lining! » 9 ? » # CHEERFUL WITNESS Borne by a Well-Known Journalist. $Er- Th-js- Suowdea, 'Budget' Office, Singleton, U.S. Wo writes on August 19tli, 1896 : — Soma time ago life to me was not worth living ; I simply had a mechanical existence. You will understand tbat being a printer, my occupation is not conducive to good health. I was working in a close office, and became thoroughly exhausted 1 lost all desire for recreation, and pleasant moments were foreign to me. I had no particular ailment, but I should almost have welcomed a cass ation of earthly strife. But tha darkest cloud has a silver lining. I read some testimonials, amongst which was one from Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.P-, who -had been cured. I sent for two bottles of Clements Tonic, and after taking them L was quite well, in fact I never felt better, and 1 cheerfully bear witness to its remark able powers. ...

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