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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

Not Knowing what £lse to Do. To save ourselves trouble and suffering by learn ing from the experience of others — that is the wisdom of history Otherwise every generation, aa;l every man and woman therein, would have to bsgin hack where their ane«jtDrs did. Every soul of us has to learn the alphabet for himself ; but after that he can read and benefit by what . others have written. Is that idea pluin as peas in a split' p d? Yes. Well, then, let us see whether it has anything to say to the facts set forth in the following letter A'ter my confinement,' writes a woman, 'in August of last year (1893), I could not get up my strength. My food did not seeui to be of any use to me. In some way I was ill, bat I could not give a name to the ailment. Mv tongue was swollen aud thickly coated, and I was constancy spitting out the thick phlegm which gathered in my throat and mouth. No matter how little food I took — even a morsel— it gave me great pniu at the chest aud sides ; end sometimes it w...

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 — 2 April 1898

TO MINERS. WANTED Representative Minerals of i the District. Highest price given, ; on approval, fop all rarer ones. : A, O. BLACK, j Blayney. . Advocate and Herald . IfE&SUKES; NOT MEN.' ? O — I SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1898.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

WOBK. ' /['-' I^AfV Cook, jiee ^feuncssse C. Claflin.) I n\'rljt»ii for jjths Uhvnrv Advocate anH Garcnm I ?-?I * i Herald.']'1; : ^RlioystheoccRsiooJil perversity of ^suci^il siintipient that the ptete ot least value should lib most, ti^tppme'l, tiiat labour should he jcoruednnd affluent idleness held In honour. . Thus the geiirr.il ambition' of jtlnjs* (jngAg^il.iiijwofk -if any kin'!, iin'd es j)cti:il!y . in'-W inu.-ii w.ork, is to- escape from , it, . to gatlijer riches and re ire ; for4 wjth a ' ' ' ' i * 1 ? ? _ ..1 ? „ 1 ? ' J „ 1 * ? ? . : ? ? - (.1.1 (I ui£' u gtifjiictjaun is uu» as- in uiu f n»fs, »i mail nf-geiitlp birth or gentle man jie'Scbut sinipjy one who can Jive without fforic. VVe hnvegrowji so sordid that wealth juvershadovre ijll. With the multitude, vir tue, valour, learning, and abilities, obtain jess esteem than riches, At'd even when a stream of ti;tl$s JJows from tjie Royal foun tain of dignitiffs, these are almost solely be stowal ugon the Very wealthy. ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION, 'Federation is in the air.' On every hand comes advices that the present Con stitution BUI is a good one, and worthy of the support of. every elector io Australia ; and if every eleetor turns up at the poll .when the Bdl is put before them, it will not ? be lo.ng before Australia takes her place . araongiit the nations of the world. Mr. E. Barton set the ball rolling last week by ? 'it' ? l.- ? ? uuiumg ciiuiuaiaawi; uiectiug iu oyuney. He dealt fully with the Bill, and although it vfas no.t exactly as he would like, he said fx fairer Constitution Bill could not be framed and recommended it iu most eloquent terras to tho electors, urging ihem to givo their vote, as 80,000 has to vote in favor of it . in 2fe»V South Wjiles. ' Everyone knows tlte mo^t creditaljle and hoqorable way that Mi1, l^artoii fill»d t!ie position of leader of the . ConvcntioVi, and we tliink electors could not be led astray in following in Mr. Barton's footstep;. He is holding meetings in...

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 — 2 April 1898

? ' ? t^SZbox'I I ,-#£§?3a.« Xilrer atmd 3Lt;s Spgolal Worlg^ f ' t-4 r.iir «Xhe taveris VfibrouigTan^l0r.l-0dy,:Bmd;it8«pMiftldutyasi0'Tem0Ye inoxiona fend 42 - --'?? - *?* dfl poiioutui n&tUt fromthe blood/' It Alio secrab &nd loriuslicB ttili bU6,vhicli is one au-. --,? df^B iodiipeWttbre «IemoDta:for thedigestion of food. The symptom* of s sauna & ; !h liv^r are chqerfnlfteaa of mind, »nd perfect health iolnessaudylgoraof the whole body.' |L\. '' jH One thing teaUyraay be certain— if anything be wrong with Mm orher^here is Jj] h-, ijjust abon tfivechanoeg to the hundred tteraoanndtbB any thing el jethanlivcr trouble. 17 ' i y When the liver hw gone wrong,' the aymptomsw/greafcly in different persona. Other ,fij '.. ' '11 Organs are extremely liable to suffer in sympathy, and whan this happens, many inis-; |'t .. j^j guided Buffer®™ make the mistake of using medicines for theseeffecta— instead of 17. '.(/j applying the proper remedy at the fountain bead of...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. ' a.m.' '~ Blayaej ? Dep. 4 55 9-55 ? 12 Carocmr ? : ... S 45 10 36 17 Mandurama ? 6 5 10 48 19 Lyndhurst ? 6 22 11 1 22 Garland., ? a a 27 Swan Ponds ? a a 80 Wangoola ... ... a a 85 WoodBtook ? 7 27 11 50 48 Holmwood ? ? 7 66 12 12a. ni 46 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stop p.m. ,, ? Dep 8 SO 12 40 I 66 Wattamadnrra ... a 64 Koorawatha ... ... 4 43 1 SO 69 Orowtber ? a 74 Bendick Morrel ... a .80 Monteaglo ? a 90 Burrangong ? a 92 Young ? Arr. 6 26 2 CO „ ; ? Dep. £ 56 8 0 108 Eingsvflle ... .. a. ... . 110 Demopdrille ? 8 10 8 60 111 Murrumbnrrah ... a a 118 Harden ? Arr. 8 80 4 5 UowT. a. 111. p.tn. — Harden ? Dep. 6 20 9 10 2 Uurrumburrah ... - a a ' 8 Demondrilio ? 6 48 9 SO 10 Kingevala ? a a 21 Yoaug ? A.vr. 7 51 10 ^0 „ ? .Dep. 8 6 10 25 23 Burrangong ? a a 33 Monteaglo ... ... a a 89 Bendick Morrcl ... a a 44 Growth ei- ... ... .a n 49 Eooranatba ? 9 54 11 53 67 Wattaraadarra ... a a.tn. 67 Oowra ? Arr. 10 45 12 SB Stop p.tn. .. ...Dep 5 40 .12; £5' ?°w....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

. AUWAT T I M E-TAl) LE DOWN «»? I SUUoa. | Pafea. | gin. . *.n-; ji.u. — S»dn«j ? Dap-] 10 IS H 0 -8 Hoaubiub ... ... ... U Oi»ariUe ... ... 1* «... ? .. ... S S3 31 Blu-ktown ... ... ... ... ... ... M -JUery H II... ? ? Si au Mwy-i... ? ? „' ? (M Pmrfch;- ... . ? Am. 11 26 9 0 ? ? ? »? ? ... ... Dap. 11 20 9 6 '86 XsmJPlklDJ ... ._ ... 11 JtS 0 10a 89 Jmwrill* ... ? ? ... a ; ... : ?-.'?aiO'J ^hifciiiii'ui _ ... 11=40- „.. 11 .BlixUad ... ... ... 11 67a 45 'Omntoat ... ... ... „. pa. 4» The ValUy ? ... l- So ... 48 Bpringirood ... ... ? li It 40 Fiukonbridge ... ? 1# 28a ... H ITunulii ? ... a . IS Linden ? ... IS Si -4 Woodford ? 12 45a ... M Hanlbrook ? « U Ltwtoa ? ? 14 10 SO 62 Wantworih Falli ? 1 SO ... 66 Eiloomki ? 1 '8 H 6 70 U*Alaw ? « IT, Blackhntb ? « 1129 Mr .r . *r- . ? I Air 2 1 11 S9 77 Uouat V.rtor» 3 80 n 51a 81 Hartley Tall ? 2 S9« 12 la. id 88 Bill ? ? 2 48 12 8 88 Oiamnee Siding ? 8 2 12 24 9i Zig Zig ? S 15 12 87 «5 Eik Bsak ? ... 3 28 18 £0 68 Lithgair ? 3 81...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

TOOTH 40HE. THE new remedy. VICTORY COSE FOB TOOTHACHE. AND NISUiULGU, cures the worst case within ten minutes, 'Innumerable Testimonials. A eonsiderablc number of iinr c.iatoiv.urs have already triad the ne-v rsmedy. Victory Cure for Toothache and Neuralgia, ami have in every in staaoe been cured.' - It ia certainly a most wonderful emedy, and we trast it'will become widely lcaow. Hugh Moxtsomeme, Chables x'lETZKm. Joshpu Coombs, S Coombs, ARTHUR G. COOMDB, Storekeepers, Marulan. The above Bemedy can be had at tho Office oi his Paper. /lb, ffil Ofo m PER DAY to - Ill . HI m be rnade P TO dslii S% persons of ei- 1 JT H ther sex' iu I Oofw QSv$ ^ their 'own lo calities, at worl: for us. New business. All nseet with wonderful success. Auyoue can do the work. You dout need cupit.ii, or about tlie'Eame as none. We will start .you. No space to explain bore. But you cau make a snug little fonnao houorauiy atiti easily. Tue etnploymettt is pa'tioulu-rly -adapted to the region in which ibis...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

BLAXNEY POST OFi'iCIi! Aeuival or iiaiis. I Daily (Sundaya excepted) froai dvducy, Batl'.ur-t, Graariiie, (rjulburn. Harden, Cjrcoar, Mandux ama, Lyndliurst, WooJHock, Garland, Cowra, Brown's OrecU, T.P.O. No. 2 West, X. P.O. Ho. 1 South, 0- t on Park. From Norton, Barry, Slinw, Neville, an I King's Plaint 011 Xueedayf, Xbureiinyf, an') Saturdays. From Qregbamtt twu an-i Vittoiin oa Y7rdtieidays and SaturdarF. '' ' DlirtliTUHE op Miir.s. Daily (Sundays cro-p ed) to Sydosy, }3a hu ef, Goulburn, Harden, Grmville, OarcD'ir, M in durama, Lyndburtt, -Wuodfit^k , Girl) d, Co-rra, Brosii's Creek, Ort H Part, V. P.O. Ifo. 2 Wot, T.e.O. N'. 2. So tit. To Norton, Ntvil c, Shan*, liarr;, and lfi -g's PI., ins onTuradine, ili^rcHny-, v mi S :i ti id i)-. To OreghHni-ton-n aud V^ittoiia on Wciln tdjyd and Saturdays. Pkxj.1 Postagk.. The rate of postage, under the conditions of the Act, on letters posted in the district ftoin and to any of tho following post offices is Id Barry, Blayney, Brown's ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

A HOUSED AID'V^IUALS. Miss Kxto McLean, a Victorian young lady, 19 years of age, up to her I6tU birthday resiiled under the parental L'oof at Forest .Creek ? i^oad, Castle* tnain'c. About three years ago ehe wieut to Mel itoarno, having obtained a position as house and parlor mai'i. ^Iiu was not destined tulead n happy oxiBteliee tli^re however, for, tiioagh not strong before1 inahing tlVe change, s|ie soon fell a victim to ^veakliesd/ ' ' u'eurai^&V&nd'- aii.ejnia— trul- a fcfrmtd&blo'tHVtf) .couvje'rsation with pe^tfrfcbT^ shfi' sai'df 'ii'^hVn I'catnc to Mel bourne, 'just 'aftfe'tf I liaiV^assfed jriy ICth birthday— three years ago last NorenVber^I 'thought the change would h&rtefiftn£ health', a^.d ^my appoiofc uieut gave \ne the opportanity of combining busi ness with plcasu?'©.- ? j . . . r = ' 1 wa«Ph^ r '.situation jit^riglitnn, .trnd IihcI the full beiir'lit of the sea air, yet ' in ? less, than throe months I .had to uive it up.,, r . ^ '? I...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

C R1'0_KE_T. ? The Blayiiey and Nevillci te.ims met on local ground on Saturday, and resulted in Jtu.paejcpesio.d wiif-for-jfeville-by 12 runs on - the -first -innings. -Following are the scoi'ies : — NETiLLB.'r-First inniogB. Fi Gdodacrc, -o Blacitlur, & JdcDoPftld 8 'J. Bftdburn: b McDonald ' .. .. 1 i Spring, st.'Blackltr, b McDonald .. .. 8 *E. Syltes, b McDpnald . n-- .. .. 0 .Cl A-rtou, .not out ?. .-„? ? 18 ?J. btiiBoa,' bJoblis * ..1 W. .SyliCB/bO'Msra . .. J. ' ... 0 JI. Neal, b O'ilara.. 1I.4 .. .. 2 ' :A. Radbura, b O'Mara .. . .i .. .. 4 !P. Hattcli, at. Bladder, U Clinch . . . . 0 J. Sykea, jrau out. . ? .. 0 . s. ? Sniidriea -'.v -1' .. 10 .._ ....... 62 - IJowliag AnH}j-siR r-Johns, ! for 19 ; McDonald, 4 for 19 ; O'^Ittra, iifor S; Oliuch, 1 Ijrl. - - ? Blaynj£7. — First innings. A. Shakespear, c ami b -Goodacro .. ..10 H. L. Xraui^nt, run ont.'. .. .. 1 ;E. Johns, Jj.W. Sykos .. .. 4 D. K. McDonald, c Jttadburn, b Svkos 5 H. O'Mara, run out .. . ... .. 3 F.T...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE SMOKE SOCIAL. To the Editor of the Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

THE SilOKJi SOCIAL. To the Editdr of the Blayney Advocate and, Carcoar ? Hvrald; — ? ? . Sir,- I would like to make n few remarks in reference to Mr R. A. Marsdeu's letter in your' last issue. Mr Marsden states that the smoke social tendered by the A.and.l', Association to the judges ami visitors was the cause uf the failure of ' the Shnwr He also says that tlic-, publican's booth should lie. excluded from the grouud during the Show, also the side shows ; ami hisprmcipal argu ment is tint the title of the Society, viz., Agricul tural ami Pastoral' Association, shows thut- the Society was instituted to ilevato the agricultural and pastoral industries in tlie district. 1-will suy iu the lirst placc that every oils should give Mr' .: IMarsduu credit for his ouispok«u statements on' the subject ; for any man who cbusiders it i u aju impartial manner must say lie' is, morally ^pealk ing, quite right. I think,' however, -that- tilt; judges and stewards! work at the Show slioald be appreci...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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ONCE MOKE, ANANIAS! To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

ONCE MORE, ANANIAS! To the Editor. Sir, — I must again crave a little space (for the last time i hope) to reply to 'Else tor's.'' feeble defence of the charges' 1 made against him in tny. last.. I have certainly a little pity on him in having found himself ' cornered,' and to make the best of -a* bad case he assumed statements which show I little reasoning.. . But. ii.'ector, 'truth is.) stranger, thag fiction,' aud there, is no hypothesis in my last reply to you, but all the charges could be eaiiiy proved ; 'and as fur your. remarks that I descended to cruel and infamous falsehoods, you are simply throwing mud at oLliers and it is sticking to yqurself.^r-Thankiug you in anticipation, Mr Editor, I. am, etc., , QUIZ.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MANDURAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

MAJSDURAMA. rrnoM odr conEEsrosCENT.] A tennis club has been formed here, and; a meeting was held at. Mr. Rowlands' resid ence on Tuesday evening, Mr. Rowlands being , in the chair. Mi1.,, Whitney, of Coombing Park, has presented the newly formed club with a suitable piece of ground^ near the Public School. Mr.' Whitney was elected president ; Mr. J. Bembrick, vice president ; Blis* McDermott, secretary and treasurer ; Mesdames Owen, ' Rowlands, . Bembrick, Mr. Rowlands, and the Misses Gardner, King, and Buckley, a committee.; Since its fotinaiiou the committee ha«-e been most energetic iu pushing on tbe -work of preparing thp ground. It is expected the ??lull will play its lirst game the week after Eister. Mr.- A. Read, photographer, has heel) located here for the last three months, during whiiih time he h is done som^ excc'le'n: work. lltyfead'is'-tioW aSQsi ti n g Walli, and pro poserat;||» ei|Sy visit King s Plains antl^^viae^ ' ' Dm&|gjt'he la^Kxcursion to tho Batharst ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BROWN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

BROWN'S CREEK. fraOM OUR COEaiiSFONDENT.I Two accidents occurred here during last week and this week; -A. young lad- who is employed in tho transit. (jf 'the mail to' tilts centre fell down n shaft on Saturday,- but did not get-seriously hurt. He was .'taken home to Blayney, mid a special messenger si»iit, nnr t'nr f.hfi mn.il '? — -A lil-.r.lft -ri)-l 'wok. kicked in the head ou Monday by: a 'horse, but only resulted in a sevcre1 wound being inflicted below the eye. She is progressing favourably. ' Scarlet fever is in. the. family of Mr; Cook'. Henry, a son of 21 years, being the one who is sullering. - - ^ . |. Mining is at a standstill. The tnines.'are not doing anything at all. It is to bo hoped that ;i revival will take place shortly. H i in is badly ,-iitedud fordomtestic require ments and for grass. There is sniHcient water in the creeks for tho stock, tliu mine drainage keeping a constant supply,/ I notice my old friend Ilu^hey still lias to use his crutches to get'tibo'u-t....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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GOOD TEMPLARS' ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

GOOD 'TEMPLARS' ENTERTAIN ?. MENT. ' On Tuesday evening last a successful en tertaininept was held in the Good Templars' Hall. The attendance was good, and the audience appreciated the programme ren dered by members ot the Lodge and choir.'. The' meetine .was opened bv : hymn and ?prayer, after which the following programme I was gone through Chorus, by thtj ehoir j Chairman's (Captain Cock) address ; plari6 ^olo, -Miss G% Giick ; recitation, ' Jofin May-. uatd,' A. Pittendrigh ; solo, Miss ijficgaii ; duet, 'The 2?ightiugale and thrf Rose,' b3' the Misses Tucker arid K. Marsden recita tion, ' The Child's Dreamj' Miss C1. Ash ; chorus, 'Men of the Times,' by Our Boys was well rendered, despite the fact that a large number of girls were watching them ; dialogue,. 'John Mason's Rescue,!' in which Messrs. F. Mullens, p: Gray, A. Pitten drigh, J. Eiointield, aiid Miss A. Ash took part : piano duet, Misses C. Cock and Kim. Marsden ; recitation, ' The ''Gambler's Dream,' was excellently r...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. : Tho present Mayor (Alderman Bussart) deserves credit for the pains ®nd trouble be i» taking in looking after the sanitary Au dition of the town How (liferent to the 1. ti council, who allowed people to -bury their own nightsoil or do what they liked with it for a period of nea.il v twelve months. notwithstanding the stringent by-laws under which the municipality is supposed to bo governed. To conceive a motion and bring it before the council for the purpose of giving permission to people to do an illegal act is an action that hardly any schoolboy would be guilty of. if any notice is to be taken of tne report sent in to the council At its last meeting by Dr. Griffiths, Govern ment medical officer of the district it certainly points to the fact that the present ' epidemic of typhoid fever is to a great measure trace able to the wrong inflicted on the ratepayers by the late council allowing the ratepayers to do as they liked with the nightsoil, ..and against which...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

DO W1H LIVE UNXATUBAL LIVES ? ' Yes iV'H-oulil'be tbe answer given - ill niuety nirie eases. put of every hiindred, and to arrive at this conclusion a great deal of tboughtis not necess ary. ' S\'» only have lo lotik around us and see the -thousand* of people suffering, *whiuh goes to pioiw vvc do liv-3 uniialtlin.1 lives. We disobey the laws of nature.: We cat too fust, wu cat too mnch, eat 'foods- that ? disagree with us, oat at the wrong time, keep late ho^rd, aud don't observe regularity, of habit, and tbe iueviiutilc result is that our health breaks down. Once in a wliiln u-u come across a j man that h*s kept .his digestion gooj aud his blood I pure. That man has lived a pen'ojtly natural ji£e Not one mar in a thousand does it, though. Rat it i» gratifying to ituovv that there is a remedy at band — viz., Bile Bcaps— that will cure our . ills. Bile1 Beans have been:used by tile first physicians in America for all ailments arising from defective digestion, such as Biliousness, li...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 2 April 1898

BLAYNEY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday evening. Present — the Mayor (Alderman Russart), Aldmuen Clark, Clements, Hems l«y, Marsh, and Pile. Tue rainates of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COllP.ESPOXDKXCE. The following correspondence was read : — From the Board of ? Health re typhoid fever, suggesting that application be made for the declaration' --f ilie'ihutiicipality as a sanitary area under section 48 of the Public Health Act, pointing/out if this were done it would much extend tlie {lowers of the local author- j ity iu securing -ths abolition - f the very ) objectionable cesspit system, and in that anil other ways tend to improve the sanitary state of the town. Received, aud allowed to stand over till naxc meeting. — From Dr. Griffiths, Government medical officer, point ing out the necessity of carrying out tho following reforms — 1. All cesspits within the town boundaries to be absolutely done away wit...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Memorable Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 9 April 1898

A Meuioraliie Test JKatcb, Thus Mr. Thomas Horan, the Australian veteran, describes the finish of a lest uiatjch between England and Australia, at Ken sington Oval, August,' 1882 :— ' Th.p best men of England went in for theip second inning* with 85 t» get. Three wickets had fallen for 51, Hornby, Barlov, and flyett. W. G. Grace was still in, with famous inon to follow. Presently Grace is caught ac mid -oft' by Alick Uanperman off Boyle. -Twelve successive maidens are seat down to tho If on. A. Littleton and A. P. Lucas. A single to Littleton evokes tre mendous cheering. Four more maidens, and Littleton fulls to the 'demon' (Spoltbrih), who is bowling with set face, wearing a 'do or-die ' expression, Boyle at the other end maintains a splendid length. Blackhaut at the wickets is surpassing himself, and the fielding is faultless — 19 to get and 5 wickets to fall. j^. G. Steel, is caught and bowled and Maurice Head goes down before the Unerring aim of the 'Demon.' Barnes passes me ; h...

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