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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

Commercial. J; S. LKKPS * Go Fat jG^lric — Aoo.,1. i$J yarded, consisting nf | about 70 «ooii quality, tbe balance being only Srt--ref. f\- p:io»e 'tHi demand -was -good, other ijiiadtivk «ieini{ .litficiilt to setli except at store airioes. nuide 14s per 1001b. We sold 15 iuituck* Kused«le 3SiUte, to L5 ; 30 cows for Mr. Tu n O-iuepiifll, Surreniong 1 lo X3 C--; -l-' b.jlh-cks in.! ei»»-8 from farkes, to £5 lis ; 1 o ow f„ M,. Cudfll, at £ - 6s; 1 cow for Mr. 'MuO'iiiiiil. ,&ve Creek. Li! 7s. i'at oii«e .— All qualities selling well. VYcso d ? 130 «ionS-broil tsvves for Mr. Thos. Cftni P'jcll, Barreixioiig. -at 5s 7-i, 70 wvrhers, same owner, jst 6- 6 1 ; 130 ewes and wethers for Mr. L*. Ultmoy, at 5s to 5s a i ; 350 ewes and latnba ior Mr. fttc Murrav. at 3s lOd to 4s 8d ; 130 ewes for Mr. /-. H. Hebden, at 4s 4d ; 70 ewes for Mr. Bates, at 4d ; 1300 cross bred wethers (privately) for Mr, '$}. H. Hebden, at 6s. . , Siore S took.— Good lines m sheep and cattle command a rea...

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 — 12 March 1898

Blapey Association annuaTshow, ' \ MARCH. 17. H as'd. i8TH, 1898. ' [SJP&C0-l£PItIZJ3 LIST. Section A— Class . 38, . Local Ju mping C,pnte$t for alUhpcsej within a Radius of 15 miles of Blayucy that, have not won an advertised prize for jumping. 1st prize] £3 3s, presented- by. G. Death, Esq., 21s ; I. J.jUlemeuts, Esq, storekeeper, 21s j F. A. Thbmas,- Esq.,. ' West Macquarie'' 21s. 2nd prize pair of . Boots, valued 21b pVeseTilecF by ~~M §sir s. ' 'Bowen Brothers of Orangej per A* Hewish Esq., storekeeper. Sectioii A— Ulass 39. *Best team of six horses (Trolly or Waggdii) and Harness the bona fide property of a farmer and used on a farm, prize £2, presented by. W. J. Mc Phillamy Esq., Ortoij JPark. Section A— Class' MO.' - Best Farmers Turnout; Dbi3ble. Seated Buggy, Horse and Harness._ '.^j-jze'2lB; 'presented .by 0. Fer guson Esq.V Storekeeper,^. Section A^Class 15'. /21s presented by 'W. P/Ct'ick Esq.,^\l.P..:;io bfi added to the Society^ Prize foV'iipst -.'Draught Mare...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

WF.3TBBN rSICES. SvDNBir, Thursday nigin. . ? ? ^ WTTfl l :1 ? tborp'e, 8s 4d ; Ellis, Millthorpe Si 61; Hatvkius 'Miilthorpe, 3s .3d ; W. Hoadley, Blayney, 3s id aud 3a Id ; Martin, Blnyney jSi 4J ; D- at, Newbridge, 3s 8J ; Hood, dt., 3s Si. Hny, J. O'Malley, Blayney, passed Straw: Ellis, Miilthorpe, 2s; J. OMalley, Blayney, la lid ; \Viuds-or, Is 61. Wheat, inferior uew, 3a G1 to 8s 9J, prime 4s to 4m Jd flour, £10 to £11, mar ket weaksr.

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

, ^ | spgptoi' - ' r. : ??'Jj 'ThoJ0ifiir is o' jibroui glangnlor body, .aty! its special datyMto remove noxiohB and & ... t, ' *in ^iMiwn5feWteVfrom the'blood. It alio aeoretB a&'d:furni8heB the bilci which is one'B! ' . !\| of tiie m&nfeiifibie elements for thedlgeation «f food. Tho jymptoms of a Bound f? t - 2| liver are cheerlalnass afmind, anflperfect health fulness and ViRorof tbewiTole body. j\ v in One thing reattyiti*y life certain — if anything be wrong with . him or her there is ff! i B 'i°'t abontfi ve chances to the hundred there cannot ba anything else than liver trouble. J7 : /} Wheiithe liver has gone wrong, the symptoms vary greatly in different peraonB. Other tL i IM organs are extremely liable to suffer in sympathy, and when this happens, many mis ? - ^(.'giSded aufferera make the mistake of using medicines for these effects— instead of |p, , applying ttie.proper remedy At tho fountain head of their sufferings that is to say — at Jjl' ja th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

©HMKSiHl OSQTaigiii. Ckitkcu of Ekoland. — To-morrow services will lie held as follows Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; Grog hamstown, 3— Rev. W. K. Howell. Neville, 11 ; Barry, 3 ; Newbridge, 7 30— Rev. J. Onyons. PSK3BTTERIAN ? t'o-morrow services will be con tacted as follows : — Blayney, 11 and 7 30 ; Hobby's Yards, 3— Rev. J. Adam. TTesleta*. — To-morrow services will be held a' follows B!ayney,.]l ; Norton, 3; Mapduroina, 7.30— Rev. A. S. Swift. Blayney, 7 30 — Mr. G. }-eath. King's Plains, 7.30— Mr. W. Roger, Jfeville, 3 — Presbyterian Service. ! ? _ Catholic Chorch (Parish of Oircoar), First Sunday— Carcoar, 8.30 a.in. Blayney, 11 j . m ...I 1 an n m. Second Sueday — Blayney, 8.33 a.m. Carcoar, }1 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Third Sunday— Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. BlayneT, 11 a.m Fourth Sunday— Vittoria, 11 a.m. Blayney, If 30 p.m. filth Sunday (when occurring) — Neville, 11 a.m. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. The Presbytery, Carcoar, 21th June, 1897. Advocate and Herald . measures; not men.' — o ?...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND DAY. STEWARDS' PURSE, of 23 sovs. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

SECOND DAV. Stewabds' Pctbse, of 23 s'ava. F. Forth'j Hoanlind, 9st 51b ... 1 G. Wallace's. Snorter, Sst 71b . . ... .. 2 PtJBUC Auction Stakes, of IS sore. R. Stinson'a Sodawater, 7.4 ... ? 1 J. L. Brown's Horns, 6.11 ... i.. 2 O.J.C. Handicap, of 60 aova. K. Ingeriole's Ailie, 8-t lib ? .. . 1 J. Chapman's Jack the Bobber, 8st ... 2 1-. Willitmsou's Gipsy Girl, 8st 21b . ... .... 3 . Fx-rrea Wki.teb, of 23 sovs. J. Hewitt's Aveiml, 8st 121b .. ... ... 1 J. O'tioughlin's Ishmael, 10s 1 101b ... - ... 2 Final Handicap, of 15sov«. . R. Stinson'* Sodawater, 6st 101b ? 1 M. Lawler's Housewife, 8st 21b ? ? 2

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

BLA.YNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. a.m. p.ni, — Blaynejr ? Dep. 4 66 ? 9 55 12 Oarooar ? 6 46 10 86 17 Mandurama ? 6 6 10 4H 19 Lyu Jhurst ? 6 22 11 1 22 Garland ? a a 27 Swan Poods ? a a 80 Waogook ? a a 88 Woodstock ? 7 27 .11 60 48 Holmwood ? 7 65 12 12a. m 46 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 28 Stop p.m. „ ? Dep 8 60 12 40 66 Wattamadarra ... u 64 Koorawatha ? 4 43 1 80 60 Orowther ... ... a 74 Bendick Morral ... a 60 Monteaglo ? a 90 Burraugong ? a 92 Youug ? Arr. 6 26 2 60 . . ...Dep. 6 66 8 0 103 Kings vale ? a 110 Demoudrille ? 6 10 8 60 111 Murrumburrah ... a a 118 Harden ... ...Arr. 8 80 4 6 WWN, a.m. p.m. — Hirden ? Dep. 6 20 9 10 2 Murrumburrah ... a a 8 Demondrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 Eiagsvale ? a a m zoung ? arr. y 61 iu zu „ ? Dep. 8 6 10 26 28 Burraugong ? a a' 88 Mouceaglo ? a a 89 Bendick Morrel ... a a 44 Crowtber ? a a 49 Koorawatba ? 9 54 11 68 67 Wattamadarra ... a a.m. 67 Oowra ? Arr. 10 46 12 88 Stop t p.m. ? .Dep 6 40 12 66 70 Holmwood ? 6 66 1 10 78 Woodstook ? 1 6 27 1 40 88 Waugo...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

A 1 L W A T- ^T I'M-E - T ,A B L % DOWH *'? I BUUoa. ? | fm. 1 MUI. .-.?'I .s . *.m. ,p.ui — Svdnry ? ... Dep 10 IS H 0 ; Hamebtufc ? Is? ^Oraarilta ? ? ....... ' 14 EtnumUi.,, .... ... ... ... e 4t Blucbtoirn .... ... ... ? £S H.eiyail_ - ... ? ... 28 St. Mirj'a ? ... ? ... ?4 P^orvli' ... ...Arr. -1126 9 0 „ ... ... ... Dtp. 11 30 9 6 AS Btnu'Plain* ... ... 1186 ' 9 10 a 49 Laeitrilli ? '... a #. flkqbrook. ? ? Uilt - - 'Blitlwd ... .;. ... 11 47a j»S Karabar ? ? . vo ? ? /p m «S The Villa}' ? ... 18 8a ... V_ 48 Springwooi ? :li 16 J 49 Ftutronbridge ... IB 23« «6B Jfumantu ... ... ... a ... £9 Linden ? 12 34 ... U WooiVord ? ? ... 12 45a ... Haieibrook ; ? -B, 6s Lawson . ? ? ' 1 :!4 10 MO ?8 Wtotwor h Yatli 1 20 66 Katbomba ? t 38 U 6 70 Uid'o* ? c 79 BUckl «a&h... ? 2 11 29 W Ujunt VictorU ...{^ tlo [\fla i81. Hnrtlej Vale ... ? 2 39a 12 la.iu 88 Bell ? 8 48 12 6 86 0!&t«n«e S.ding... ... ... 3 2 18 24 BS ZigZ.g ? 8 16 12 37 95 Esk Bi .k ? 3 28, 12 £0 96 Lithga...

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 — 12 March 1898

TOOTHACHE. THE new remedy, VICTORY CURB FOR TOOTHACHE AND NEUAALGIA, cures the worst case within ten minutes, Inn umerablo Tes timonial s . , A eousiderable number of our costsuicrs have already triad the new remedy, Victor; Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, aud have in every in stance been cured.. It in certainly a mast wonderful emerly , and ws trust it will become widely know . Hcon MoNiaoMEBia, CHAniBsYiEizK n Joseph Coombs, S -Coombs, Abtiiub G. Coomds, Storekeepers, Marulau. The above Bemedy can be had at the Office of his Paper. calities, at work for us. New business. All meet with wonderful success. Auyooe can do tli« w-»rk. Ynu dout need capital, 01; about tlio same as uooe. Wo will start you.' Jfo space 4o explain here. Hat yon can make a snug little fortune h morally nnd easily, The euiplnyment in pa'tic.ularlj adapted to tlie region in which linn pultli cation circulates. Bjys nnJ girls earn near ! ly as uiuc'j as mesi. Full particulars am* iuctructions laiilea frse. Nj....

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 — 12 March 1898

BLAYSEY POST OKFlCii. ' abhitai, op mails. Doi'y (SunioTJ excepted) from Sydney, Bathurtt, Granviiie, G -ulburn. II ar;icn, C .rooar, ilandur ama, Ljndhurst, Wioletock. Garland, Conra, Biowk's Oiock, T.P.O. Nc. 2 West, T.P.O. Ko 2,SouiL, O. ton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shair, Neville, an! King's Plains on Tuetdnjf, Thuradajf, and Saturdays. Frjm G-e--bam.-t -wi! aud V ttorin on Wednesdays ai:d Saturdalf. BEPASTCRK OF MiTLB. Dsily (Sundays ere p ed) to »Bydney, Ba hu st, Goulbur.-, llarJer, GrinTil!e, Oircjar, &I .n durama, Lyndbunt, Woodetjpk, Girli d, Oj» ra; Uro*n'6 Creek, Ort -n Pari, ' f.P.O. Nd.' 2 W«t, T.F.O. N . 2 So tb. To Njrkn, Ntvd e, Shaw, tiarr;, and King's Pltinr ou Tursdajr, I li-. red ;y , mid Sutardiyf. To Gregh/mittc irn aid Ynto.i* on Wedn tdijt and Saturdays. Pen'ny Postage. Tlie rate of postage, uniet tbo candifcioas of the Act, ou letters posted in the district fioai and to nny of the following post offices is Id:— Barry, Blayney, Brown's Creek, liurnt...

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THE ORANGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

' THBt^^GJE/KAOlSS;, . . ^^w'OraBgeJoft^^Cl-®^S'®,'al racp* tsbicjiiaK on Tijejda^ andjKcdnpstlay, and k great Stinson, of Blaynfty, was jhfCoeiitfal 'in vrianing nearly £JO in stakM «i-Ii Sodawaicr and Mary Teclc. Foliowiag are the results : — WEST OAY. Open {no Handicap, of.aOsovs. M. Ijawler's Huasewife, Syrs, 6.1 7it- ? ? . ? ? 1 E Iogersole's Aiiie, Syra, 7ot #lli... .. ft -}. Townsend's Stauinore, aged, 9«t 71b.. ... 3 Disp--sai, Stakes, of 15 tort. E. Stiusoii's Sodnivatcr, 7-4 ... ? 1 J. L. Brown's Uarus, 8 11 ... ... ?? 2 Town Plitb. of SO sovs. [ E. Ingersnle's Ailie, 8yrs, 7«t 71b .. ..1 F. Forth's Bosaiind, (tyra, 8st 4(b ... . . 2 J. Chapman'* Jack the Robber, aged, Sat 2'.b. . 3 FtVISO HANDICAP. nf SOlstlVB.' J. liutlar's Marveilleu*, 6yrs, 8st 4lb .. ^ .. 1 J. Horton's Bismarckj 3yra, 7st 2ib .. . . 2 Wblteb Handicap, of 25 govs. ?R. Stineon's M*ry T«ck;5yrs.-8st 7ib .. — 1 G. VVallace- Snorter, aged. lOat l^lU ? ? l :.,S± 2 F. titahl'i Blacksmith, aged, 8-t 71h .. 8<...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CLEM HILL AND GREEN AT CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

CLEM HILL AND GREEN AT CARCOAR. A cricket n.atch was played at Carcoar on Sat urday last between clubs representing Nevirie aud Carcoar, Clem Hill and A. Green of South Austra lia being present. It was decided to let Hill play with Neville and Green with Carcoar. Carcoar went first to the wickets and were disposed of foi a total of 91 ; Green 46 and Watsou 25 beiug the only uouuie ngure scorers, run, juonrue, auu Radburu were the most successful bowlers. Nev ille then went to the wickets and it was thought they would have no trouble in putting up 01,- bat they only succeeded in compiling 4G ; Mini roe 10, Swan 12, and Hill 7, being the principal scorei-6. Connolly, Jlealey, and Green did tho bowling for Carcoar. The match was decidcd on the 13 rst innings, leaving Carcoar winners by 4p runs. A one innings match was also started against lirowu's Greek, Hill playing for Brown's Creek, and Green for Obircoar. The former went first to the wickets and put up 139 runs, of which Hill made ...

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 — 12 March 1898

MA.NDURAMA.. [from oun conaespoifBSNT.1 A treit is in store for tbe people of this district, in the shape of a grand dramatic enlertiinment. On Monday next the War ner^ Melbourne Dramatic Coropauy will perforin 'East Lynne ' in O'Brien's HaU, Lyndhurst, and on Tuesday night they will perform in the School of Arts, Mandurama, ; the great military drama, ' Roll of the Drum.'' This company have played in all the principal towns both in Victoria and here, and have been highly successful. They have played three nights in Grenfell, two nights in Oowra, and one in Woodstock, to crowded houses. Mr. and Mrs. Warner are first class artistes, and their two daughters are noL a bit behind them in being firsiv -class artists ; and they have a clever company of ten, amongst them is Mr. Gk Coppin, jun., eldest son of Mr. George Coppin, of Mel-, bourne, oue of the most popular manager and actor the colony has produced. I am given to understand that the .son treads in his father's footsteps for cleve...

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

GALLEY SWAMP. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) Pr(igues3 Committee.— The monthly meeting of the above Committee was held ou tfriJay evening, there being present Mr. T 1! Hocking (chairman), aHd Messrs R Gregory, J. Rue, C.' Kird, J. Lee, C. Oroucher, and l'\ H. Roweu (Secretary.) The following corresp mdeuce was dealt with From die JL.yurtliur.ft crojrea s committee, re ro.vf tu Garland ; and from Mr. Phillips, M £i A , and tne Postal Department, re the telephone. It was de cider! in couscqUence of Mr. C Croticber's nomina tion being informal to declare his seat vacant ; nominations for the v leant seat to he in by the Saturday following. With regard to the letter from tha Lyndlmrst Committee, it was decided to let the matter strunl over. Tbe same course was decided upon re the telephone, as it was felt that there wouM be difficulty in Surfing the snrctirs re quired by the Pogtul Department, who had offered tocontmt the Swamp with Mapdurajnu on six »? r iries being found to guarantee the su...

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

C11ICKE T. The Blayney team journeyed to Orange on Saturday last to meet the Orange District team ; aud being rather weak in bowling, and also the evident determination of the team to secure a clutch of ' duck-eggs,' they returned defeated by five wickets and 201 run?. Jack Baker said the onfy consolation of the Blayneyites was that they had aii enjoyable afternoon's leather-hunting at the expense and amuseoient of their opponents. Following are the scores : — Blayxjsv. — First innings. A. H. Niebolls, b Gartrell ... ... O Rev. W. K. Howell, run out ? 10 J. McDonald, l.b.w., b Gartrell ... 12 — Piper, b Lee ? ... ... 9 - F. Tnomas, b Lee ... ... ... 8 C. Sntton, c Kerr, b Lee ... ... 0 G. Rlackler, o Chiplin, bLee .. .. O O. Webb, runout .. .. ... 0 R, Guest, b Gartroll ... .. .. O J. Baker, b Lee .. ... ... 0 L. Cliuch, not out ... ... ... i O Sundries . ... ? J. 40 Oeasge.— First inningG. Rayley, uot out ... ... ... 129 McKay, c Webb, h McDonald ... 10 KM.rr, c Clinch, b Howell ? ...

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 MOST DISTRESSING' CAS13 OF ANT^EM±A* A LADY WHOSE APPEARANCE SHOCKED HER FJUSNDS CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS JT0K. PALIS PEOPLE. Having received information of a very rapid and comp'ete cure effected hy Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, our lepov.vr waited on the late sufferer at her residence, GO Yurr ng-street, Sydney, to hear from her own mouth account of her illness. Mrs, Johns is a pretty and vivacious youug lady of abopt '25 years of ag-*, and in answer to tbe ques tions p.it o her shtf said : — ' I have been v«»ry iii, but ai present I am eiijoyi ig excellent health aud spirits. Indeed I don't know that I ever felt better in my life. I can safely say that I owe my sitisfaot«iy recovery entirely to Dr. Williams' Pink P 11«. The first ciuse of my illness was,.. I thii,k. iho worry Aid extra work caused by moving froh. place to pLce, for I have been h ereat traveller (hiring the hist jear or twf-. Auyhow, afier my JaaS j/arftey I begin to feel Very low aud depressed in spirits ;...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE BLAYNEY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

THE BLAYNEY SHOW. The annual Show of the Blayney A. and P. Association will takeplace on the Societ'-'s ground on Thursday and Friday next, aud favored with fine weather it should be a great success. We understand that a large as a number of special prizes (advertised in auother column) have been received, the en tries have been extended to Tuesday next, when the entries for all classes will close. Various improvements have been made to 1 the ground. The attractions will be such as will ba worthy of going a long way to | see. The Government are sending agricul tural exhibits from the Hawkcsbury j Agricultural College, a first-class band will be in attendance on Friday, and hunting and othar interesting contests will be carried on each day. Cheap railway fares will be issued from all parts, and as a public holiday has b;eu proclaimed for Friday iu the Blayney and Carcoar districts, the attend ance should be a record one. We recom mend to our readers the advts. in other columns announ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

JSTOTES AND COMMENTS. Electors' Rights.— The District Regis trar for the Blayney division of the West Macquarie electorate, Mr. J. W. Clinch, has informed us that in his division during the )ast month there were 25 new electors' ricrbf.c nnd 39 transfei-rP-d ricrllfcs issued. A debate took place at the Good Tem plars' Jgei Blaynej, on Tuesday last, tho subject being—' Which has the greatest in fluence on mankind, the fear of punishment or the hope of reward V After an intnres ting and lively discussion, in which Messrs. F, Mullens, 11. ^iarsden, ai)d J. Bromfield argued in favor of hope of reward, aud Messrs. J. Ash and W. Mellor argued in favor of fear of punishment, the meeting de cided in favor of fear of punishment by pighj; votes to seven. Tho rights in connection with tbe forth ii oming Blayney Sl.q v were submitted to public auction at Mrs. Baker's Club House Hotel on Monday afternoon. £60 was offered for the gates, but (he offer was de clined, a reserve of £70 beiug placed o...

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 — 12 March 1898

DU YOU AVEAH STAYS f f If you do you should exoraiBO great cast- ! tion as tight lacing is f ossibly oue of tlio j most injurious practices tttnoag women _ro i day. Oouipressiru of the- abJocuen is sure j to cause liver trouble of some sort, and monit 4* lidn cit(rdrAi.l ttoti r j nf tnrtnri* in aftet life through tiglitlacing. If tha liver becomes displaced and presses on tbe Jieart, palpitation is the result, and this is a most disagreeable as well as a dangerous com plaint. Another tbiug to be considered is the inability of tlie various digestive organs to do their duty if the space allowed them by nature is taken away. ludigestion and liver trouble always spoil tbo disposition, and incessant suffering makes life unbearable Bile Beans for Biliousness are a specific for all casee of Debility, Headache, Indigestion, Ooustipatiou, and Liver trouble, and will be ! found a great boou to all who suffer through tight lacing. We would recommend, how nver, tboit tlio tnttor .be abandoned....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONDEMNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

CONDEMNED TO DEATH: An innoceut man condemned to death for any crime is indeed a very sad sight. Yet be doesn't lose hope. His lawyers appeal from one court to another, and they are bounU to save him if he can be F.aved. It is the same irny with a man eondemncd to death by disease, lie doesn t give up. tie tries doctors, then patent medicines, and other alleged remedies for his case, until at last he finds the right medicine to cure him, viz., Bile Beans for Biliousness. Bile Beans are oue cf the safest and surest purgative medicines on the market, and, unlike most laxative remjriies, they act direct on the bile ducts, causirg the liver to secrete and cast increased quantities of this tiuid into the bowels, thus flushing the same out as a stream of water would a diaiu. Bile Beans are not an urdin-. ary medicine: Tliey are manufactured in one of the largest aud best equifped laboratories in the world, at Detroit, Michigan, D.S A., jnj are mi undoubted specific for Indigestion, Heal a...

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