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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [?]OWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

A I t \V_\ Y T 131 E T A D L 15 : [?] I . Station. | . l'na;. | Mail. n.ir. (/. — S'^fjpy ... ... Dep| 10 15 S O 8. flome.bujb ... ... ... ? ? 13 . Granirillo ? ? ? J1 P«rraiOKl(a ? 8 2! 22 Bliiffctown ? ... - ,.. 'sS. Rjo v^Hil ? ? ... i ... £9 3'- Kiiy'i ... .„ ... i ? j .... 43* P ciitiiJ' ... ...Air.1 11 25 j 9 -1 : 4„ ? ? Dep. 11 30 j 9 0 SJfi Hdsti Plaine .. 1135 ; 0 ICa '-39 Luoatrilli' ? - ? « i „. -4-0 Olcnbriol ?„', - ? ... 1160 j ... 43 HlfsVand ? ? ? ? 11 G7a '45^ - ... ... .... ... a , pro. j TheV«1i*y.„ ... _.*... l« 5a 4 ... F 46 'flpringwool . . ... 1 6 .-. . ?* - .-? »0; Fnutroubridge ... ... ... 12 23a ?G3 -? -Kumnn'i* ? ._. ... -i #3 L-ndon ? ? . ... 12 31 -54 Woodford ? ? i ] 2 45a '?y~w'.£8B' Hi&e'brGck ? « i - -H9 Lnwaon ? 1 4 10 SO '(53 Vr«ntw..rli Vcl's ... 120 , ... Katoon ba ? 1 8S 11 G 70 Jfedov ? a ... ; Black! ra'b... ? ? £ 11 29 .... ,r i it- . ? * Arr 2 1 11 311 7/ lljunt Vietoi*» ...^ 239 n 51a ?81 rUrtlcv »Vfl!c ? 2 90a 12 la ?-' 83 Bell 1 ? ...

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 — 8 January 1898

TOOimCHIL TKE nee remedy, -VICTOEY CUBE FOB TOOTHACHE AND NEDB1L3IA, enresthe Worst ease within ten minutes, Innumerable T esltiiiouials . A considerable number of our customers have already trisd the nev/ remedy. Victory Cure for Toothache aud Neuralgia, anii Have in every in stance been cured. It ia certiinly a most wonderful cmedy, and w« trust it, will become widsly know. llUQU lIoSrSflMEKlE, ChaULES I'lETZK R Joseph Coombs, S CnoMns, Aiitiicb 6. Coojibs, Storekeepers, Marulan. The above Beuteiy can be had at the Office oi Ills Paper. J* ® PER DAY to 1)1 fig jf| lje Made by E TO peisons-of ci *jT ? w sex- G/t& their owu lo calities, at work for us. Sew buoiuess.. All meet with wonderful succoss. Anyone can do the work. Y-;u dout need capital, or about the same as none. We will start you. No tpacc to explain here. Bat you cai; make a sung lilile foriuue honorably and easily. The euipltiyujcijt is particularly adapted to the region in which tin* pubh cation circulates. Buy...

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 — 8 January 1898

BLAYXKY l'Osr OFFICE. AllUITiL of MAltS. Daily (3un1ay« exoepied) frjui Sydney, Batburst, Grunyi ie, Gjulburn Harden, C :rcoar, Mandur ama, Ljpdnursi, Wcolstock, Oailand, Cowrji Brown's C'eek, T.P.O. No. 2 West, T.P.O. No 2 Sou' li, .0 tun l'ark. From Norton, Barr1', Shaw, NeTil'e, onl King's . .PJuin? on Tucsd ij'f, Thursiuyf, an 1 Siiu-daya. Frjm G-e^hamst jwn and V ttoiia on W.di.e.-diys a il ^a!urdjip. DEPAltTURE 01' JI1ILS. Daily (SunJiya cicpid) to Sydney, Ba liu st, Goulbur, ? liar Jen, GrinTille, Carcjar, M -n- duramo, Lyndhurrt, Wuodatjrli, Gtrlt d, Cjvrra, Bro»ii'e Crrek, Ort n Park, T.P.O. Nj. 2 VVret, I'.I'.O. N . 2 io til. To Njrttn, ticril e, Shaw, Barr-, and Ki 'g'e X'liiof . oj Tucsiajt. ill. red -y , and Snturdayi1. J.O uregnuiBBKiiui uwu riiiuiiauu euu tu iya atia Saturdays. Pl!\'XV P03Ti«E. The rate of posui!;i-l un.ler the CDuJitious of the Act, on letters pasted iu the distrht fioai and to r.ny of the follonring post offices is Id Barry, Blayuey, Broivu's Creek,...

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 — 8 January 1898

Tiif%c5iM IMoa aaJ Mwnal Fire Co., ; EST.\r»r,isnED 1S24. capital, £6,000,-000. J. CLARK & CO., Agents, Biayney. ;^§Fhe Galedohian. Fire Office, FOUNDED 1505, CAPITAL, £1,000.000. J« W. BLACK, Ageiut, Blayuey. W. '& FORBES, Manager, 33, PiU-strefit, SyJjioy. For Sale, SINGLE-SEATED HOODED BUGGY, -with brake, in good condition. Apply Db. WOODWARD, Church-street. Government Notice 3. 'Land and Incomo Tax Office, Cuttom Hou.r, Sydney, 21st December, 1897. LAfcD AND INCOME TAX ASSESSMENT ACT OF 1S35. NOTICE ii hereby given, under see frion 30 of tbe ,_&bov« Act, that Returns of Income received -during , tbe year 1897 for the purposes of tbe asaeuineat ofXooame Sax for tbe year 1898 are ^required (to lie furaiabed to tlie Commissioner. of -Tantioa, at their office, ou or before the 4th day of February, 1898 ; and all persons who are iu receipt , efiucome, and all persons liable under the pro visions of the Act in any representative capacity . jo furnish returns fo...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GIBRALTAR AND GALLYMONT MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

THE GIBRALTAR AND GALLY MONT MINES. At a meeting of the Anglo-Australian Ex plotation, Limited, recently held in London, the chairman stated : — We have a balance ot flash in hand approximately amounting to £35,003, aud we have also L13l,000 infn'ly-paii shaies. the whole of whiqb, wiling slight cxcept on, is iavesiad in the O'allymont Gold li.-lds (i;.iUe- Swamp). Ijimi ed a company which, ia our opinion, has a bright future before it, and its success, we are inclined to believe from the ,-ecent news received with respect to the de velopment ; now carried on, is fully assured. Wo are hopeful to find within a very few months that this asset will uot merely be worth 20s iu the £, the face value of the shar;j, out that the shares will be standing at a considerable premium. This belief is base 1 on the lact that the mini is prov ing itself to be quite, equal to the predictious of our engineer, M', Eissler. Your dircct„rs look for excellent results from the new levels now being driven a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GALLEY SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

. GALLEY SWAMP. (prom ouk correspondent) The New Year holidays passed oflfiua very similar manner to the Christmas, private picnics and Lyndhurst races being the favorite way of spending lliem to those who did not stay at home. Of course we bad a little fun amongst the younger mem bers of the community as the old year neared its end ; a little singing, and as the ginger bser got into circulation a little practical joking, but nothing but what' would ' 'cause/ *-!)? m9:t s'.iur-tempered to smile, Mr. Berg' (Mine Secretary) gave a dinner on the eve of the New Year, which passed oil most successfully, as does any function over which Mrs. Berg is the directing spirit ; Mr. and Mrs. Berg were most assiduous in their attention to their guests, who- did-not dis perse until '98 had made its appearance^ A very large number of applicants for work arrived during the week, aud although a number of new hands were put on at. the mine, a large number had to return disap pointed. The Gallymont Medi...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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SMALL BEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. (Before Mr. Byrnes. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

SMALL BEBTS COURT. W euk esd \ y, January 5. I (Before Mr. Byrnes, P.M.) I J. Walkota v. Thomas F. Bell ; goods sold, £2/11/3. Verdict for amount and 6/ costs. 1 '

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE CARRUTHERS' LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

THE OAREUriiEKd LIBEL CiSE. Upon the Norton aud Lonsdale ciiimual libel cases ueiug teouuied at ArmiJale on. Tuesday Norton applied for au order of attaebmeut against the- Attoruey-G-eueral for contempt ot' court for writiug u letter to Air. Oarrutliera, wtiiob the- latter -read during bid cross-exauiiuatiou, iu 'which Mr. W,.i.r. tauiH ha ounlii fail fCrtrmn Iia amillH find out something when be was doing t-vo years' imprisonment. This, Norton con tended was au audacious, gross, impudent coutempt of court, and a most improper course for a Minister of the Crowu to pur sue. More especially as AJr. Want was on the grand jury, at whose instance the bill was tiled against Norton. His Honor said there was nothing in the letter iu opinion tvnich would warrant such au order, and that he intended- to bring j the matter before the Full Court. Dealing with the ciroumstauces of fixing the trial Norton said that the indecent haste which had been shown iu rushing it on with dis regard to the pub...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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TRUNKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

TRUNKEY. [FBOM OUK fOB.'lliSM.V UiXT. ] - - Boxing Day was quite a gala day for Trunkey. The great attraction was the sale of work in connection with the Presby terian church, and there was a large attend ance. of both old and young. Ab ut 3 o'clock in. the aftenmo. i Mr. U. McDonald, J.P., asked, tbe Rev. Mr. Gjudic to open tha proceedings, 1 lie rev. gentleman, in tue course ot Ins nd Iress, s lid, tlnif, such, occasions were the means of bringing together, the. various sections of the community ipto. friendly relations with each other.' The articles which they saw displayed around th em. w^erc of a useful character, and they had, been marked at low prices. He hoped the. hearts of the ladies who 'had promoted this Sale of Work would be cheered by seeing the goods; disposed of, and so crown their work with, the success which it deserved. Purt of the proceeds was to go towards the purchase of a new organ for the church H- had much pleasure in declaring the Sale of Work now open. The...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CRICKET. THE SECOND TEST MATCH. Australia.—First innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

CRICKET. THE SECOND TEST MATCH. Australia.— First innings. J. Darling, c Hirst, b Brigg-i... ... 38 C. MeLeod, b Storer ... ... 112 Clein. Hill, c Storer, b Wayward ... 5S S. E. Gregory, b Briggs ? 71 F. A. Iredalc, c Runji, b Hirst ... 89 II. Trott, u Wainwright, b Bciggs ... 79- A. Noble, , b Rich irdti in ... 17 H. Trumble, e Hirst, b Masun ... 14 J. Kelly, c Richardson, b Hearne ... 11) E. Jones, roil out ? 7 T. R. M'K.ibbio, not out ... ... 2 Sundries ? ... Iti .r)'20 i Esglaxd. — Fh-st innings. Mason, b M'Kibbin ? 3i McLaren, c Trurnble, b M'Kibljin ... 35 WainwrigUt. c Jones, b Noble .. 21 Kaujitsiiihji, b TVumhle ... ... 71 Hayward, c Jones, b Trott ... .. 23 Storer, c Kelly, b Trumble ... fi I Hirst, b Jnnes ? ? ... 0 Hearne, b.Joqes .. ... 1 Drncc, l.b. w., b Trumblo ... ... 14 llriggs, .not out ... ... ... ... 4ti Richardson, b Trumble .. .. 3 Sundries ? 10 315 Ekgland. — 2nd innings. Mason, b Trumble .. .. 3 Ranjitsinhji, b Noble ... ... .. 27 Storer, c Trumble, b Noble ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LYNDHURST JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

LYNDHURST JOCKEY CLUB KAOES. [from oue correspondent.] The annual meeting of the above was held on New Year's Day in the presence of about 500 people. The officials were : — Judge, Mr. J. McCloskey ; Starter, Mr. J. Lynch ; Clerk of Scales, Mr. Jas. Miles; Clerk of Course, Mr J. McCloskey, jun. ; Hon. Trea surer, Mr. T. J. Leabeater ; Hon. Secretary, Mr. O. Guest ; Committee, Messrs McClos key, Miles, O'Brien, Leabeater, Osborne, Lynch, Stahl, Stammers, Wheeler, and Guest. Following were the results ; — Opksij-'o Handicap of 7 sovs. One mile. Mr. \V. A Stephen's b g Mario, 8st 12lb ? 1 — J. King's b g Tattersall, 9st 91b .. ... 2 — A. W. Whitney's blk g Dusky, 8st 2lb ... 3 Mavourneen, 7st '21b also started. Hack Selling Race of 5 so, vs. One mile. Mr. T Leabeater's br g Dusk, 8,st 131b ? 1 — J. Anderson's b g Fret Not, 8st 131b .. 2 — H. Connolly's g in Silverstreak, 8*t 131b ? ? 3 Tlie winner was bought in for £4/2/6. Lyxdhurst J.C. Handicap of 12 sovs. ; second horse 2 sovs. 1 J ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. (Before Mr. Byrnes, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. Wednesday, January 5. (Before Mr. Byrnes, P.M.) A lad named James Phillips was charged with throwing stones oil a house occupied by a Chinaman named Jonn Lee. After iiearing evidence tho case was dismissed. Albert Hade, of Newbridge, for using profane language, was fined 10/ and 4/10 costs, in default 7 days ia gaol. Hawkers licenses were granted to Kherah Khan, Naby Box, Mala Box, and Maul (all Indians). Thdbsday, Jawuaby (5. (Bsfore Mr. P. M. Rossiter, J.P.) Michael Furry, for being drunk was fined 2/6. i Same defendant, for indecent behaviour, was lined 10/. 'William Holland, for being drunk and j disorderly, was fined 2/6.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

N.OXES. ANX- COMi.MjEN.TS. The u?ual' . fortnightly- meeting- of-' the Blayney council oa Wednesday night, lapsed fpr want of a, quorum, the only members present being. Aldermen Clark, Fogarty, (jrlasson, and . Watson. A, veiy, successful dance was.held in Mr. McCloskey's httll.^Lyn^lmrs^ on.New Year's njght, a. large nmnb@r q| persons, being present from all. parts, of; the district. The dre8ses,wprn.by the ladips w.ere. much ad mired. A na?ty and piost painful accident hap , pened to.a.young lad named Joseph Fogarty (A nephew of ? Mr, T^pmas Fogarty, of ^attersallls. IJotei,), on, Monday afternoon l&pt, It, appears he.w,as.sent. out 011 horse b9.pk. to. King's Plain - to deliver, a. telegram tc Miv Hfinqock, He delivered the tplegratn *'lright and (Was. returning back to Blayney. Whan near Mf..C. Death's residence the leprae evidently. bolteJ, and Mrs. C. Death l}£ari|lg thp.-hpree galloping^ and thinking it vfA« *omeone r^ding info tpwji.for. tlie doctor went, out to see,...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Cootamundra [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 January 1898

' OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.'' To Meisru. Colemane and Sons, Cootamunira. Dealt Silts, — I hate used the Eucalypte Extract which I got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost i;very possible com plaint 1 use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, iko., &c., and I do not believe there is any dise.ise it will not cure if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or inflamed throat it is invaluable, having | had personal experience of the fact very recently. Where children or even adults are j badly affected £ usually erect a kind of small tent near a tireplacp, place a kettle on the | tire, and when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Eusalypie Extract into the kettle, and attach a long tube to the spout of the kettle, and make the steam play about the patient iu the tent. The stcim owing to the distance it has to travel, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is not ener...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BALL OR PICNIC WHICH IS BETTER? [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 January 1898

Tball on p.cyrc-WHrcii /s bet | j ' ^ - ? - TER ? - I A wfi t-r in ' Home (Jii:i' ' .m-vs : — I am an old Wtiinan, imd cannot write ipve storie*; but. l ean at least set down a few jottings from my experience of real life, and, . from that experience, I cau make : this general observation — namely, that engagements or attachments which have been marie a% balls seldom result In such'happy isMies as those toriued at picnics. Without being - philoso phical or wearisome, I think I can give a few satisfactory explanations and illustra tion-, to support 'his p.-itit. THB YOUNG MAN AT A BALL. In a ballroom, Under the bri'liant gas light, Hinting gracefully to enthralling waits music, or resting iu cool, palm-walled nooks, with a nir-e young man in a faultlessly ?cat eveiiiniz-drea-'. what does life seem but a quiet summer sea, which eoi Id never hold s'o ins for us personally, uor even wet us with its co'd spray ? At the picnic, the pitiless light of broad day mua search our complexions ; ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NEW SOUTH WALES IN 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 January 1898

^Ssw SOUTf* WALES IN 18_'7. Iti thfe yefir 18 i7, Bl.ic'; wood'i ' Ediu burgVi Magazine ' published interesting ex ttacu Sfom a lx-o k written by Dr. P. Cun lijiiigb^iji, pjf'p'r''n? to ront-'iin accurate sketches « f the actual 's't-ite of aoriety in New; South VYal«-n at tiint, j criod of its his t--rg. The author ut tin l-» tk-, iippnt-eutly imbued with the idea of (iiakiiisr Svilnevand its surroundings Hppu-ar quite a delightful ^plnce to live in, despite the presence of all jsorts and conditions of criminals, descants ad m i riii§ljr .:'oq. I h ii natural beauty of the £ceoery, 3 id the high morals of the inhabi tants, 'eh ietly convjets, 'of B it any liiy, but the inagazine ipceiyis the infoiina ion with pold incpeduhty, and, in opining its puignapt fevipyr of tlie worlc, remains that writei-s on Australian statistics appear to be uuiformly apxkms to represent everything connected ffith its present condition on-1 future pros pects, COLBUK dk rosk. 'Nothing.' sarcas tically obs...

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LOVES NU[?]RATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 January 1898

' E^JLO V,j^-54*aii.xtr4.Tl6S . AlH'htrietie is a thing, ; ,1. ! ,e h - norti n g , Vpt-I^nihij^i it i-rally Is, - ? A'iovep|s*i»'bt8 iii-«' « kiss. ' ' ' - ' ' iBy idtiiirji.H, : - . .l&Mi jihnrllv'linlf ,i rttiv iuor^. ! ^Wlltetlsu t+ly is ' idiiitiiiil/' : She$nd^ the' process, a« it secnis, satisfaction, /Sforl from Jb^tu-Uikes t^tfeliafk . Wliicli ceitaiiuy js ' aubtrauti'rti.' Then he. iiy rhia last act in-piiv t, * ''His-cliurmi-r fomlly eyeing, ' Dfcinaiiiisjust twice as iu-itiy innr^, - This siy« a like ' innliiplyiii^.' Arid jr^n at last their lip? tlx y part, f a il.'uwi.ig iuili-niiiriri, ' tlfs-Mtii iuus, if yno un v think, Tli^y're praciiaing 'ditisioo.' ; 1 ? ? .

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 January 1898

j vk» X4vor j EueudL Its SpooiaJ. WorJ^ | j ' yitk jirtip !? i jlhrnni gttiuklof bodnmd iti special duty is toremo ve notions and I j bon» tb« blood. It ataomeoreti and {uraiihes the bile, which is one j( j it il^ imH.pmll«l» iimeiitt lor the digestion of food.. The symptoms of ? sound tf I 5W an ctaettalaeii «t mind, mnd perfect health fulness *nd tfnor of the whole body. L 1 On* *'»|t TUllinUT Iiti' ?* anything be wrong with him or her there fa j llrt rtf'* B»«»jimua B- the hnndrad there cannot be anything else than liver trouble. 17 J ^aa the tone wroDg.theaymptocnSTUy greatly indifferent persons. Other L I «ttt»a»»ly Uable to. suffer &. sympathy, and when this happens, many mis- If' 1 tiHilit «utts(ift M|k- the mUtolce of oiiog medicines for these effects — instead of f 2 ptop^r rema dy at the fountain bead of their sufferings that is to say— at jL ! 8ettnE5''BB proper remedy to take in aaoh cases is Bile Beam, which get right « i Qo.,^19 ^lacqnarie-place,^ Sydney. ^ ^ |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 January 1898

^ .y ManufacturcdonlybyThoinasHolloway,78,NowOiford8t.(7ftto538.0xfordSt., ci'.id^n ! J ^ rnrcia»er« fhonld look to tbe label on the Pots «nd Boxes. M 9 If the address is not 533, OXFORD STBEET, LOMDOW, they are spurious. OUR Be AUTfFULLY ILLUSTRATED C AT ALOCxU E WHICH EXPLAINS IN SIMPLE LANGUAGE HOW TO GROW AND TREAT ALL VARIETIES OF SI5KD1 FRUIT TREES, PLANTS, BULBS, GIVING THE BEST TI.MIi FOR PLANTING, WITH FULL DESCRIPTION 'OK EVERYTHING, NOW ISSUED, -\ND CAN BE HAD POST FREE Write at once tr j Wm- CARTER & Q0-, HiY;-URKET, SYDNEY, j ? * I JAS.G. 1AING I F.'R. (hue nf H. Prescutt & Co.) | Laing, Clarke and Co. i.«tc .HXNBY CLARBlE, (Eatablielieil 1850), Commissioa Agents, MARKET ami 9U3SRX STREETS, r.sy»»fii z.fft'p XKriTE Farmers iii this District wVi are ' want of. good reliable Agunts tu consign their Product to them for disposal. Carcoar Agency Mil W. FOX has licen npoointel Ajent. for tlic 11LAYNHV ADVOCATK AND CVR- . COAH HEBAbD at Carcnar, and is liereliy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 15 January 1898

A D13ATH-BED : 1US3URRECTI0X. ANOTHER PRESENT DAY MIRACkE. DOCTORS -BEWILDERED : Ptt'!i4SD3 DXJMS-. F00NDBD. Sli J3ATION INT PJUltF, ISA V. Our reporter culled at the home nf Mrs. Nelion, wife of Mr. J. IK Nelson, proprietor of the popular Pearl Bay (Sydney) pleasure ground*, -in. I lessee of Clout a rf ami its Ihit,' pavilion -tin! .Turroun lings. Mr. Nelson's name is admirably kniwn in this particular, aid his Wednesday evening c^jni.sioMa to Clontarf, and lih Simdiy n-ipa to bo'.h there and Pearl Bay are uoi only alw.vys Wfll altendec', but are conducted uitlt the greatest degree ot gaoc( management and eclat. Our reporter's . mio«ioU . wis to find out if the reports he had heard respebt- ' ing Mrs Kelson were true. Mrs. Nelson's tuneful, voiue at once proolaimed her hearty -welcome' to tlio scribe, and he was forthwith at ease with the most kindhearled of ladies. ?' Do you know that in the past 15 yeavs,' slia observed, 'I have spend L200 in tonics, cures, and patent medicines w...

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