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JAPANS HAIRY ABORIGINALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 12 March 1898

JAPANS HAIRY ABORIGINALS. The only known race of human, beings which have their bodies entirely covered with hair of varying lengths is the so-called '! Dog Man' or 'Hniry Aitiii?,' of the Y V7.0 group of islands, the most northerly possessions of the Eunpirn of Japan. The Vhole A um pnpuiition, according to the j 'fry latest Japai.cse census, is composed of ahiot 18,003 people, less than half of whom arepure-bied. They aro dwarfs in stature, «vei\gC man measuring only about four feet iine inches and the woman., four feet two inshej. The heads are stn.i,!! Jvud slopn sharply 'backward';'- ttiey havo very large ttiouihs xAj tl icfc, fuil lips. The upper lip is xt-ciivlr lot g, nnd the chin rammi aud J ate all-round odditif$ of the -Klde. t:-0i t,i,at t'leii- most m-irk-edprctili^rity lies iii tliK l^iry covou ,g of tile^r bodien,. arm', and h^e. In tJjB majority of the' adult?, femullevms well as males, ike liair is lliiW, Wn«rV, tui nrj-, itKi ir.c'tne'i to arrange itself in tufts o...

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 — 12 March 1898

CARCOAR MUNICIPAL ^COUNCIL. | The regular fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Tuesday evening. Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Der , win, Mayhew, aud Watson:-' The minutes of the previous meeting were j read and confirmed. , .accounts amounting do were passed for payment. The following correspondence was read aud received : — From Mr. Crichett Walker, Under-Secretary, notifying that Friday, ISth instant, had been proclaimed a public holiday in the Carcoar district ; from the Board of Health, stating that the council's communication re the cost of administration of the Public Health Act was under con sideration ; from Mr. E. P. Bassett, tender ing his resignation as alderman in conse quence of his leaving the district; sThe resignation was accepted. The auditors' report was laid upon the 4.-1. u Alderman Clark tnoved, and Alderman Mayhew seconded ' That all rates outstand ing for over twelve months for which judgments had not beeu obtained oue month's notice be ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A UNIQUE WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

A UNIQUE WO.il AN. Tbe ?juiet, c'd-.on.. tow-.t of I'evps, i-i ^ddttidn to its ^ucit- r. an*i Dripping r«'«^ clai*'».ihe u.ii^-j.% u i i-on sessing a female tatston, who has buried | ina'iy a sroco of her. £. liow town folk. — — ] Mrsv 1^. rftoere, tho lady in questinn, is , .'ixty-niiie years of a^e, and hut officiated ns oaretakpc eftiie Tewes Cemetery for over tffeijty years. She is tall uu-t somewhat, jrauut, with dark £e ikures and black eitin lucks ; but, however forbidding the old sext iiiess - tnay at firs' appear, she is in reality a inost amiable and obliging woman, and a warth heart beats beneath her rough exterior.. . . j ? Mrs. S tee re may be seen anya summer evening tending the graves of those, of her ' clients ' whose relations or friends pay the aunual sum of half-a-crown, which is the modest fee demanded by the old lady for her trouble. With the exception of these fags shp receives no salary whatever, and her spare time is occupied with washing, nursing harvesting,...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BACK-BLOCKS PRIMA DONNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

^HE BAC^- BLOCKS PRIMA DONNA. T^is is tha b(\rt of criticism prima donnas 1 have to face when they sing in the p.csence {if btu-k-hlcick* mu-ic J critics. One of the latter writes thu-i of the star ot' an opera company : — Her voice was a cross hetweeu the hunt o( q cyclone and the screech of a l,o.c9.tuoi{v(* under. £^l| steam. It trembled away in cat-like c-i-lervips, at\d rose again like Hie wan or a liomnl in di-stf^ss. Again ^t ro»e i - ui-llow tones not unliko tho wind d llyu-.j; over lb s mouth of an e.mp.ty jug. Stopping o/ily etr-qgli tn take wind, she rose slowly tn her tip toe?, and with gyra ting arms an I h aving chest, gave a fair imitation o.f the ro$r that furatills a Never tire cyclnU''. O d Jim Baker's pet dingo, chained to a post in a yard at the back of the stri gy barlt theatre, heard some of her high note*, und they scarud the p or crea ture: out of a years growth. It was the firsttiine our town was ew visite^ t»v a genuine female Calliope, and w« Iio^je eh/li ...

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 March 1898

8'~ ? i m J Mould's,; Bub ? Beans n | 1-1' L. '©i, are one ol the eaf eBt and earest B JH JJ Ej £J'8»ti*e medioines on tbe market. ^Sh i»« 1*TH - B They are unlike most laxative rem- ^wns^jS«L H Jir ' '''M'ifc ' '®*i ImuBe they act direct on H M ft g . tin bile'daots, cttUBing tbe liver to ^1r,| » ' gj pDHV* aeorete andeaet increased quanti- .o_„ q_..„ B bFjF™*' tie* of this fluid into the bowels, 'ER POX H .1 _ ,~ - tons flushing the same bat asa_ stream of water «i|A ; would m j drain.. Deleptivebile secretion causes various T«P\ ' ailment* suohaaHeadaohe, Constipation, Costive- !. * ntu,M'®*)Idw Trouble, Rheumatism, Indiges ? ? tlon, Dlulneit, Bmtlngln the Head, Full ?I ?41ll£'AII!'4*f i-*u alternating, &c„ So. A Bile Bein taken ILlllllanUd powwdihen fall , keep one Jree from these: digestive troubles, their attendant evilB, arid — ? ? ? ? — — .dangerous alter effects. When you oak for Bile Beam don't l» pat off with something else. II you need a purgative mediciDe Bile b...

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 March 1898

GENERAL. DEBILITY ANP .^EUR^SU.. 'I. WAS TOO FAINT TO WALK.'. A LADY'S DISTEI53SING WE iK NESS CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK flLLS. Mrs. Pittcudrigh, o'f Blayuey., is tlis wife of an employe of the -V.S. IV. Railway Commissioners. This lady-was only recently iute'rviewed by'-.a' Re- porter from the ' Blayney Advocate -and Carcoar Herald,' who wished to gather some particulars of her recent illness and reco-ery, which had-beeu commented upmi throughout tne town. He found Mrs.-. Pittendrigli b'.isily engaged in her, Jjouaehold duties, and iookingBtroug aiidJiappyif.^qliS^eadily volunteered to gij e«same'^etails of ht£°eujftyjivhioh were astollows r ' '-Aisoiit^wo half years ago' I hAd just ra coercd from a serious^ illness, which left me »o weak that I was afraid to- walk ;iuto town, or go to chur.-h, or .-tnywliere else, fo^fenr of faiuting away ; evon if 1 was sitting dowii.T felt tike falling aud I way liiWiit'iubly-': -faint aud \iie$k. My duotar g.»v» niejeyeral tonics .after my il...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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PRE-HISTORIC BATTLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

PREHISTORIC BATrLES. Twenty thousand years a^o, according to the arm '-uii cement of Professor Walters, a terrible battle was fought on the Arkansas River, in the Indian Territory, between tho mound builders and the Mayas, iu which over 75,000 warriors bit the dust, He has reiched this remarkable conclusion qq ac count of his investigation of a prehistoric bjryin# ground in Choctaw Indian country, which he has found to cover 30 acres, and tq cjntain fully 75,000 skeletons. His atten tion was first called to the remarkable num ber of human skeletons to he found there several months ago, when the Kansas City, Pittsburg, and Gulf Railway was built through the Choataw country. The work man, \n grading, brought to light tons of human bones, and Professor Walters set about to investigate the in itter s. i ?ntilic.iliy. To his amazement lie found a large tract literal y underlaid with these relics of a for gotten race. Tue skulls were pierced with darts or arrow heids, one specimen contain...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]IND AN HAWKE[?]S TERROR IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

' - IND AN HAWKH1R ( TKKROK Jf- i'dk COUNCRV. At a meeting of tlje Aborigines' Proteu ti»ii Biqrd last wruk, Uie Indian hawker ftuiqa. ob came ijp, Ti.e ii|.tuii iff- of the Cumeroogunga S ar was pru-Sfcnt, and according t-i hidl'lte pfji'i'm i- -continually ' pestpredwit.h Indian iliwtfi -, wb--, w itii t()cir «ay turbans and ;.)-riUi,iij: ij mt}i:i;rfj)i.-f, cause a £i-e»t deal of Iron ?ini')iij{ th« female element on the )tl-Qri»;iMnl .tiliiori.'- 'Titey are well up ii) l O 'ii at lfiw,'' lie ssiid, 'and have no r.ei r.;j» ot' tlin {federal Oonvpution, . H 'd ? Ik-iji-vHI'. iley fiiti ft h black lady from t: »i-ra ion ilicj t«k- care tg put the river . M -rrsy ijtiiWfciiii tlieiu and N.S.W. terri Mir, Chimttr said that many complaints had tjoen toade to him about the Indians who inarri-d black girls. Discreditable things hi 1 happened, and the board was ex p- cted tq prevent Indians from visiting the pratio.is. The clujinun said that no one could go an aboriginal camp or associat...

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 March 1898

Commercial. 3. S. Lke'ds £ Co. fat G»t{l«.— Oo )M- .e The m rket oil the I ?hole, «r«* sottiennat tveaker, btdng ino»t nnticj ►We on .«ihio!i,, molality ; prime aolil -vel\. Best Villnck* ? fr -m £1 liN to Lis. cuwa ti3 t» JU n*. i Xft lUi \fe sold — 22 bullnuKi j (Utrl «dy* for fj3*c.t..tn Estate to IA 13 ,. ; 20 bullock* ted coif* f-r IVnitriiee Bros:, Binigaa, to £fi j 10 a mlih'i'-* i.-. Jobiliiyaterjit jr$. ; / fit jJJlr p.-SOil^Jriied.tbe uulk'*being middling quality. S.ilfj .«?« bri.k for an thinij 150ml. tVe #oiS-T in lllitetlritnap fOftMr.'T.rceUitii 4s 1(M ; i'K) iui Vei fili -ep lTir Mr. H. Sloan, Ainllion, to fit 6 ; ( 12 ewdo i if-liir. W. Millgat' at 4s. Slot* tiLock. — Cattle market urmk ami priues for locally bred very iatist..ei.-i-y. We sold for the L'u-'ou liaik Bnmjrii, id!) 2 to year old s seer* »t prices ranging f r* nn 28 - 1 1 L2 6s, tue lot aver Aging I.'2. Alau, privateiy for Mc B O. Carroll, i pure Lincoln ta-ns at L2 2s. Hors««. —Tlie market for good ligh...

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

MANDURAMA. ' j [FBOM oca COBEESPOSDENT.] ' ' . A hire drive took place U-t Saturday on Mr- | jijohn Fagan's estate, Sttnuy Ridge. - There ivhs a large master o! the gentry of the district, amongst whom were the two famous cricketers from' South Australia, Clem Etilt and A. Green. Tiicy thorough ly enjoyed tbe day's sport provided for tliein by Mr. Fagan. The number of hares they ehot pppved that tliey were as much at home with 'tiif-gdn as with the bat. The luncheon was -profited for tlii-m in a picturesque glen about two miles from the homestead. Mrs. Fagau, assisted by Miss i'agan aud Miss Poole, Mr. Fagan and his son, di-J the honours, and the visitors expressed themselves as delighted with the day's outing. - - ? The Knv. Mr. S«'itt preached here eu' Sunday night. There was a largo congregation, and lie preached a most impressive sermon. . ' On Monday morning it comu aucel to raip heavily, and there was every indication iliat » '.e Were in at last for two or three days rain, but...

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 March 1898

DROPSY and Bright's Disease ! A LAD Y AT QUEJ2NSGLIFF, VIQ., Suffered Fearful Pains LIVER TORPIDITY, DYSPEPSIA. Expecte i to Die r ~ But is now as Strong as Ever .... Her Name aud Address is — Mns ELIZABETH DICKSON, The Esplanade, Queensclilf, Vie,, and who writes on September 28th, 1896 : — For four years I was a martyr to illness arising from torpidity of the liver, dyspepsia and general debility ; in ficta general break down of tlie system. I was informed by a doctor that I had dropsy and Bright's disease of the kidneys and would shortly die. TJierc is no doubt i was exceedingly bad ; fearful pains invaded all parts of my system; I was always tired, and had sharp shooting pains about my loins; 1 was very constipated and was frequently laid up with headache. After trying innumerable so-called reme dies, I bought a large bottle of Clements Tonip, and found it relieved me greatly ; then'! persevered in taking nine more large bottles, ami were 1' to fill n reuii uf paper 1 could not ...

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 March 1898

' TO MINERS. . j WANTED Representative Minerals of j !. the District. 'Highest prica given, on approval, for all rarer ones. ? A. O. BLACK, - 1 ??? ; Blayney. j Advocate and Herald. MEASURES ; MOT HEN.' ? 6- — SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 189S.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A REPLY TO "ELECTOR." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

A REPLY TO,: 'ELECTOR.' To the Editor. | Sir, — It is with little diffidence that I crave a Uttl* space to reply to last week's prattle xof tliat illustrious (?) functionary, ' Elector, ''wliich appeared^ in tlife' ''' West ' Macquarie,'' the mouthpiece of that bom bastic booby. In the first place, I must put | his confused and depraved mind at rest by saying that I am not the editor of any paper, neither do I envy him in tins respect ; but if this human polecat, is anxious to know my personage, he is quite welcome to. obtain the information — and then he might cease to further prove himself a smatterer and a prig by writing bewildering and insipid articles (which fools admire and wise men laugh at) on factitious faults of better men than himself. ' Elector's ' article referred to above is one which needs little comment, for it proves exactly what this man's nature is, and stamps him as a human being that can imbrute himself, -and also to enjoy the unenviable title of a contumelious...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

CRICKET. Blayney and Neville met on the latter's ground on Saturday last, Blaynej winning on the first innings by 40 run'. Following are the scores : — Blayney. — First innings. , P. Thomas, b Munro ? 0 H. Lumont, c Neul, h Munro ? 19 A. Shakespear, run oat . . . . 4 H. O'Murj, e J., h A. Ra lburn ... 32 T. Jon.js. h Munro ... ? 2 U. Blackler, b Munro.. ? 0 L. Clinch, c Sykea, b'Munro.. ..16, F. Hattch (sab ), is., ti Bidliurn ... 1 Ayrton, (sub.), rim out ? 1,0. BiStou (sub.), not out... .. ... S' Sundries ? 2 97' Nkvh.le. — First innings. W. Oooilaure, c Jones h Kliakeape»r.. 13 H. Neul, o L unout. Ii Clinch .. . . 3 L'\ Gnodacre, b O'Mara ... ... 1 J. Munro, b 0'Mara ? ? ... 2 E. Sykca, b Lamont .. ? 1& A. Meaucy, c and b Clinch .. .. 1 ?I. Had burn, li O'Mara ? 7 J. Stinson, b O'Marn ? 1 T. Swan, c Clincu, b Shakespear ... 8 A. Radburn, b O'Mara ? 0 J. Sykes, not out .. .. ... 1 Sundries ? 6 57 Bowling Analysis: — O'Mara, 5 wickets for 23 runs ; Clinch', 2 for 11 ; Lamou...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Roman ? Catholic. — Lyndhurst to-morrow (Sunday) at 11 .a:m. No mass at Blayney. On Thursday a. man named South was killed at To! wood, near Forest Reefs, by his falling and rolling over him. * * * JUr George Sauipson, aged 8S, a resident of the Carcoar district for over 50 years, 4ied on Tuesday night. Cabcoab. — Th« Church of England and Presbyterian Sunday schools had a united picnic at Stoke on Friday last, 11th instant. The children met at their respective chur-, plfes, then forming into line joined near the Court House and inarched to the picnicing grounds preceded by the Jocal bund. There jvas.a very large attendance of children and ♦heir friends, v The day -was much enjoyed by all; Archdeacon Geer, the Rev. J. , Goodie, and the teachers were assiduous in their attention to the wants and comfort of 0,11. We have often suggested that the v.iriffls religious Sunday schools in Blayuey should unite in holding their picnios 111 one .company, because in our opin...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN SYDNEY. MURDER IN THE CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN SYDNEY. MURDER IN THE CEMETEBY; A frightful tragedy occurred on Saturday tnorh ing a little before 7 o'clock, iu the R miau Catholic section of the Necropolis, at Book wood. At' that hour same persons in the vicinity of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Kin j, who lia» chargc of the section of the cemetery named, hoard reports of firearms being discharged. No great importance nowever, wus attacneii to this at tlie tiuir. riut a little later the full aud dreadful significance of what had really occurred was ma le apparent. . It was found that both ICing and his - wife hid liceu shot at several tim?s, each of the victims of their assailant'-* malignity haying three woitu.'ls ' fioin revolver shots. Apparently King had been shot dead. At all event* it is said that. H-liHH 'he was discovered life wjs t-^ifiid to extinct. B i: ilia I/Ml* ?li-.triry of-ttu: ah - .vxd n ri hir-n known, fiu had u.ie rev.il Ar.dlijf'H' t lii.'TiTi^.ie IIbi.1;— -tfiJe in the ac.u, irit...

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

STRONG FEELINGS AND SHA.KP W0RD3. The force and range ot tiie bill depeaiU upon t'ac amount ot powder in tlie gun. Yes, and on the I eame.p iuciplc, when a man feels strongly lie 8|ie iks strongly He doesn't stop to tit his words to tliair ox ict dictionary deflaiiition i. An : qu'ta too. i' :e only use of words is to express our tnougWis, ?inJ if smetlmes, unuer pressure, we fioc off a nlirase that thirties through tiu air like a uluin-snot, \r:iy -all the better It helps to break np the monoiouotis drip and drivel of our comianu talk. 'You have marked a miracle forme,' says Jr. Joshua Lec-. Now, of course, Mr. Lee doesn't mcau to s-iy tint anything bevoud natnreiias been dune for liirn, but — there, there, the heat way to fin d oat what iie means 's to read his letter. ' In February, 1891,' he says : ' I hid .in attack of influenza, wni.-li left ma feeble aui prostrate. I was depreesed ia botii body and mind. Tue in fluenza a peared to hate caused another com^lniut even worse than...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY A. & P. ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

BLAYNIiY A. & P. ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL SEOTf. The r.hnva fjh'iw O -1; on Thursday j and Prifj-iy. 'J'lie «e.ithi?r was line, it being ' VjS-y V4rtii. The ttttciid.»i;ptf on the ^i-ouaj ?ii cite tii-t d'ty v.'hfi vtfiy mtiali; 'liifr# ijbt in-i«g-4jjoi« tiiiwi iioout 300 persotlSTpfeseitfc, i'iie stjclionsi iii the.Jvpi'jjes, qattle, aud sh^tp uri-i-e ,«'ell fiiled; the t'^yo latter being tilled;. with excellent exhibits. There was a good; - display of taruung ^iinp!egia{il8 frooi, well-known factories' of Messrs. Massey Harris and Co,, Messrs. McCormick and Co., and Hudson Si Co. ; the 'display of sulkies and buggies was very limited ; the exhibits in the pavilion were.far less than we,, have ever seen, especially in the fiue.arts. j The exhibits of fruit and flowers were also very limited. The exhibits ol 4 reduce, &c., from the Hawksfebury Model Farm seemed to at tract a good deal of attention. Jjocal farm produce exhibits were of a very good quality the first prize ...

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

WHISKERS. ' I dou't love you any more ; seems -to-me morn ing, noon, and night, tho only thing I hear is jaw. jaw, jaw. Whv will you persist iii inakihg Vriy life ' miserable ? Have I not had my own troubles, which wore cured by Bile Ramis. N ow.-Avhy, oh. ! why. will yon not t»ke a couple of them and get cared.' This i- the way that ail sensible wives, slicnld talk to their husbands, who are continually Sailing fault. It is their li vers that aire at fault in every case nearly. Put their digestive apparatus in perfect working order, and ten to one you will have the most amiable of husbands. Bile Bean* are an undoubted specific for all stomach',- -liver, and bowel troubles. They also cuie headache, oonstipation, dizziness, fulness bft-r -pitting, ''piles, bad blood, face pimples, s»llow%-o:n0qxibi«£-'tiib{l hot, sweaty hands. Used in '? cases 'ot debility, fever and ague, and all ailments' pertttiniiijj to weakness from overwork, worry, or ' excitement, they will prove a certain rem...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WILD DOGS IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 19 March 1898

WILD D0GS IN PARIS. So many startling events happened from - day to day duriug the Reign of Terror that j the apparition of wild dogs in Paris is com- ' monly overlooked. But it was quite natural. Tha greater part of those grandees who fled or went into hiding kept dogs, and very few of them were able to make any arrangement for the poor betsts when they left home. I The dogs, abandoned, took to the streets, of course, and shortly they began to con gregate in two packs, one occupying the Champs Elysees and one lhe Bois de Boulogne. Soon they became a public danger. Carlyle pokes fun at .Santerre, the brewer, who proposed a law that all dogs should be hanged ; ho had not noticed the paragraphs in the newspapers telling how people had been attacked in the Champs Elysees. At length the situation became really grave, and is easily understood when thousands of starving animals have to find subsistence in a starving city. Many of them were wolf hounds and of powerful fighting breeds. So i...

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