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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

SANDER nnd SONS' EUCALYPli Ea.THA'.T. — Under the distinguished pat' rouage of his .Majesty the Sing of Italy, ; nt per communication made by the Minister, for Foreign Affairs, ihropgh tiie Coupul-, General for Italy, Melbourue, March 14j: 1878. Awarded' diploma at the Ainsterdaui Itardbittod, 1883. Aokaotylsdged by AJed-i cat clinica aud Uuiversitiea ail ovfer the Globe. ? . : Tlisre Aro itnitationB of Eucalypti Extract iu the market, products of s:uipla distillation forming criidv, resinous oils. In order that' these crude oils may not be taken for. our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which fs recognised b., the Modicai Diruion of. the Prussian Government tu be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Cqusul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state : — It ia proved by tests mode by the Medical Clinics of tho Universities of ' Bonn and Grid's wald (PruesiaJ, and teported to hy Dr. Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology nt Bonn, aud Professor Dr. Mossier, D...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

lfIaffi«tsrasG3. [ff.om o'cii c iimEsroxDZKT.l ' Tho lucmbcio of the Mandurama brass band, on Saturday list went to the Absr crouiliin River on a fishing expedition. They were c.mveycd in a drag drawn by four splendid horses. After spending a pleasant tiuis tlioy returned 0:1 Monday, tlio band playing lively tuues both 011 their departure and return. The Veil., Archdeacon Gear preached his fai\!-.vti'.l sci-nrm 0.1 Sunday night last in the Sjiiool of Arts. Tins rev. .gentleman ar.ij his family go to Bourke in a few days. Tiie lis'.-. Mr. Sh&l-.leri will succeed him at Car «: ar. TI13 ncwl ;-[j:*me 1 tonnis club has made great progress ia :;etting the grouiid ivaiiy. Tiie svcrei .'try, Miss iiia'deiMiott, his re turned, aiid it is inteu'de-l to invite players from Blayn^y and C.nooar to take part in. the first i.iiitali, which is to bo |3'uycd in about a for: night. A mob nf 830 storo bullocks arrived at Coombing Park from Queensland about a mouth ago. Tlie continued dry weat...

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 — 23 April 1898

Wood's Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs ' and Colds never fails, 1/(5 and 2/G.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WAR DECLARED. AMERICA AND SPAIN. LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

WAS2. AMERICA AND SPAIN'. London, AVedncsdav. President M'Kinley ius signed the ulti matum, and the United States will be^-in tlie war after G o'clock 0:1 SaLurday. It is expected that the Americans wili blockade Puerto Rico and laud their army J in Cuba. I Great anxiety is experienced in Great Britain, owing to the United States and ijpaiii not subscribing to the Treaty uf Pari-:, under tins provisions of which they would not be entitled to seizo an enemy k jpr.operty, if it was under a neutral flag. It is consequently feared that British shipping may be molested. Washington reports that the first call of the militia is for 80,000 men, 0110 of the conditions being enlistment for 3 years. Tli£ movements of the U.^. troops, in the direction of the scene of war, aro being hastened. The National Volunteer Reserve authori ties have: offered the U.S. government to have 400,000 men ready for action at a moment's notici. Recruiting officers have pitche:! tents in the public parks of 'New Y...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

SSomt:, Qtvest SSoiaac.' What a b^i-atitul ijUco liume is wlion tho father is biiiouj. the imtiier ia s.ili'crin^ ft-oir fuiiuli! u'cakiieas. t(i« htCsi;ih»j urmip ; fit'i&r frowns nud siwpars, mother and -gnimb en, aiul l».iby yolU ! Aa.l yeb'thiis au-1 wifo »:a,v hu two of t lie l;est-uniui:ed and re.iaonaWle p on llit» yioSii* wiif j they arc in g -o.l h^lth. It may suevi rUi-jjilo.is lo a iy i!iat nearly all dsa* ? agruei«io't!j nru e.iucs^ hy i-hc ii\ t*r, Imfc u cr.i'cful liimiy of tiij proMc.n revolts the fict LiuU sucli ail asriurtion h -jnilc uiLliiii tlie bnuiidai -of reason VVhrji ;i persoa is ia ilMicrfltli they uyc isupaticut, utirca«n:uil-K't ;i;il ; whiit uibt'c'n.itni'al 1 f.li.'ui a *? tiif.' Fe u- pebplenrc cyi»cal | lo ili-itf niifipd couptc3-4lori't wish I f'rc jjd rut 'I lunnony, and fiOme reusuii mabt, thpicfor?, be foinifl for'ilicir ali iou co uision dili?r- 1 ci;i:c^ Bil'; J5caiit« - thsrt»ft):e, ia ihe-^uiet* of a pe«c.ii»ftki'r ; tiu'y pul the livt...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

x Football. Tlie annual meating of the Blayney Ju;i iors' Football Club was held 0:1 Mondiy evening .last at Mr. M. Hurst's. There was a good iitts.'idance. Mr. \V. Il jgir w is voted to the chair. Tho rsport of the club's proeesclin^s dur ing 1897 wivs rsad, and siio.vel that the club was most successful. The 'report stated that the team secured second place in- the second junior couipalition in— connection with the C.Vy.lv.F.U.' The team played 7 matches (not including those agaiust local teams), winning G aud losing 1 ; aad in these mat-hes the Juniors scored 78 points and 15 were scored against theiu. Tlie report was adopted. The following-officers were thou elected for the ensiling year; — President, Air. S. Patterson ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs^ J. Fahy, J. Ak-lior, and F. 'i uomas ; treasurer, M. Ilurst ; sacrotary, W; G. Mellor; general cuiniiiittee, Iilussrs. W. Rog,?r, T. Black, S. j Jlii.iseil, and Urn Secretary: and Treasurer ; f-ei'-clion ctuiiuiittee, Messrs. S. Russell,...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. (Before Mr. Byrnes, District Warden. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

Warcleii'a Cttssri'. Wijdxksdat, Aphii, 20. (Befori Mr. Byrnes, District Wardco.) iirnest King Applied far suspension of labor conditions for six months on his claim at Blayuey. Application granted. Wood v. Davis ; claim for £100 for ties pass on the mining property known us the '? Old Conlidfincn at lung's Plains. Tne case wits withdrawn as eight clear days notice bad not been given in tho summons as required by the Act. Wood v. Collins ; trespass. This was a continued case of trespass which came before ihe Warden iu January last, and wliich was then dismissed. Tiie Warden tlisoii.-seii tue present ctse, ns there had been no nppsal to the Stipreins Court o:i his previous tiejision.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

Fresusitiitiom. ; On Thursday evening a happy social gatheiing assembled in tha l3resbylena:ii church for the purpose of welcoming Mr. a -id Mrs. Pijcgott back to Uinya»y, and present ing Mis. Piggutt witli a wedding pres-iib from the mem'oers of the congregation. I'n'e church was decorated with ilowers, and wa.s tastefully arranged with .dainty chairs, etc; a golden horseshoe hanging over Mrs. Piggott's chair. Mr. A. Kirkpatriek oc cupied the chair, and on his i igiit wfire seated Mr. and Mr^. I'i.ig -:t, aud on Iiis left were the Bi:v. j. aad ;Ur.s. A.daiu. The proceedings opened with tinging the 105Ji.li Piialni, and the flev. Mr. Adam ofieringi up a prayer, after w!:i.:h | Mr. A. lvirl;pa rick said he thanked jhis friends for tho happy ]osition they Iliad placed liiin in that evening. He had to make a presentation to Mr.;. Piggott at a sliglit tokcu of the love and esteem in wlilich she was held, aud also her family. He would not mention all the gnial qualities possessed by Mrs....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

Ia a Tltlrd-class Carriage. Early in Fcbruirr of this year (ISJ4) I w.ia travailing in a third-class cirri igs ia tus neii{1i bourhoj.l c{ (/lascovr At a et^tion two ivameu eiitereil the coaiparlmont in whiill I was seata'l One wfis a girl, ^ i u ; I i 1/ ilressad ; tiie ot'.nr a typic.il vror- ill j woman. Sl'C h:rl no hat or bonnet, an.i woio a s'uiif pe'.ticoat, with a s'iiwI wiappo I rou id her. She w ib the picMDfa of cade, robust liuaiih. The girl aske.i lmw her comp^nioi w.us, rt-niarliing that xIih haJ hranl she hn-1 liejn fir from well. ' 'D.'ed, hat I was,' resyoa.luj tiie elder worn in, ' 1 tlioe'at I v.-^s at dri;i,'s door.' ?' Ah uny, what like was tin uutter v.\' vc? ' ' I tiri iiae w^rk ; if 1 trij i ti w.isii t:i c fl jnr I goi sicein a lie.irt be ) in', and my atr.in'ieh f iir turned at the ticiic o' fojd. I wo it to thrc doctors. I ouo after anitbtr, nnd thev g:ie me lmitics u» I hultii'S, lj at It di an l.c'p me a'.n tid a fiiaa' tolit me to iry Mother -ei-!e!'» f...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THURSDAY, APRIL 21. (Before Mr. P. M. Rossiter, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

Thursday, Ai'mr, 21. , (Before Mr. P. SI. Rossiter, J.P.) John Stubbings, for being druu'.t, was admonislied and discharged. ? Robert Tiiom.ts was charged with stealing two bags of potatoes, the property of J. Kelly. Accused jileadeJ guilty (o the charge. He stated that his ciiildren wi*ro Marvin'- and lie could get 110 work. He had six children, and they had only had two loaves of bread duriug the p 1st three .vco!;s, and it was more than lie could bsar to soc his children starving. The prosecutor said he had known accused along while and had never known anything against his charaoter. lie did n-ol wish lo liaA'o accused punished hetvily. The police also said ihit nothing wns known agaiust tho charactcr of ,-tccu-ed. I11 reply lo tlie b-mch, actise.l said he tried to t wsric but had railed. Ti:e as-used was lined il or -IS hoars in the lock-up. -

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Alphabetical Requisitions for a Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

Alphabetical Requisiliosis for a Wife. A wife should bs Amiable,, r.lftictionate, J turtles:, afliible,' accoujpliscd ; Beautiful, | benign, benevolent ; Chaste, charming, can- | did, cheerful, cemplxisant, charitable, civil, c ustant ; Dutiful, dignified : Elei'.int, easy, j engaging, entrrtaiuing ; Faithful fond, fault less, frc; ; Good graceful, generous, govern- ! ahlr, goqil-huuioured ; H-mdsome, harmless, liCiillhy, heaven'y-mir.ded j Intelligent, in teresting, industrious, ingenious; .lust; Kind ; Lively, liberal, lovely ; Modest, merciful, nunuerly ; Nrfst notable ; Obliging obedient; Pretty, pleasing, pleasing, peace able, pure ; not Quarrelsome, not querulous; Righteous ; Sociable, submissive ; Temper ate, true ; UnafFecied ; Virtuous ; Well formed ; X'-.mplary ; Young; and (to coni p'ete the z-st), Zealous, and ii\ the zenith of her charms. When I meit with a woman possessed of all these requisites (said an elderly bachelor) 1 will marry !

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. (Before Mr. Byrnes, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

ESlayney Police Court. Wi3d.v5.sdat, April 20. (Before Mr. Bvnies, P.M.) Mr. King (Stock Inspector) v. Frs,l. Smith ; travelling sheep without a state- I raetifc. Fined 20/ and 4/10 casts. James Iijs-^ was cliargsd with usin^ in- | dat:unt language at Guyong. Fiusd £2 aud -1-/10 coils. | Hbiiiv llorton. James Hose, and George Morgan were charged with riotous conduct at Guyo'.ig, anil \ver9 o.vch (iaed 2Js aud 4/10 costs. A can-i.-igft lieenso av.is granted to George Montgomery, of Milltliorpe.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Murderer at Large. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

A SSarderer at targe, ?WurJeiws !'w/MiIering around city audi s:diurbs must have a sad time oTit, watched j Bnsp«c:cd, hounded, aiid filially 111 rested, t V-'l:a: a life to lead. Dear roader bas it ever occui'red -0 you that yon are, -by not 1 uiing B.le fieau;-', committing murder ; not j a murder that cvpntuatcs in iV ?jife'^ieUig I taken for a life, but a uitirder of *i-niaf lf,'a I tnurdei' coinmonj^- cailid suicide ? ? Stop J , 'i'liiafc'J-». -What '33 'the use of slowly. Itilliug yont'self? Life Js sweet. YVhyuot'particip ate iu i'.s inimy pleasuutiies? Unse you . headache, indigestion, cjnstipatioi)^ lark of physiciil tone, piles?, influenza, rheuumii-m, sciaiica, scrofula, lame hack, dizziness, buzzinrss in the head, sparks before the pyes, mid a host of other tnaladies ? If you havr, bile Beans for Bili»ii3ticss, will be found the specific wanting. Tbey lire 110 new thing, spruug up of a ujiithroom growth but they have stood the test of years iu all pnrts oi' the world, 11...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

A J ERitr-BDiLT House, in quite an aiis tocralic part of London, the other d«y liter ally fell down about its occupier's cars. Outwardly there was nothing wrong almost to the v- ry last, and when the catastrophe ocpiine;) ic spivyia cunsu-riiiiti'jn inrou^iiour the neighbourhood. Many people sufferii!^ from ill-health k-'fp up a brave appoa ranee and no one kuows the truth untii it is too late. Th.-y gi about deceiving themselves as well as others. Why, oh why are they 1 so.ioolisli ? Their lil -od is impure, ihuir nerves are shattered, disease is .eating awr»v their life. Wt-ll-;idvi.-ied indeed are t ln-y if even at th? eleventh hour, they turn to Hollow.-iv's Pills afid Uiutment — lemcdies j which give ne\y Ijte and \ i^oar tj alt who] avail il e usnlves nf them. The death is niiiiounctd of t»ic Rev. W. j R. Oroxton, formerly inuunibeut' of All Sliiata Church (C.15 ), Uondign.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

A local ju.iiiir barrister has the credit of h iving taken down the late JuVdcO Winder er more badly tliau anybody else (according to a vera-jious journal). He was di'iing with his Ilnnor, who said. ' Is tl:is hang be^f on ilie mcnu, Mr. Bmnk ? If so I'll try it.'' ?'I don't know, your. Honor,'' was the reply, ' hut if you try it it's sure to be hung.'. Wmdeyer never forgave the joke. This is a fine old crusted story of the vintage of *75' The proprietor, of a country hall the other day received ihe Tyllounig letter from the nl iasger of a travelling company ' Mr. Man -clger — will you pl»as lei, rfie. no' 'what tirms i van git you hall ou ihe lOtli April .nicer ut vvnnoo s 1 i 0.1,11 sin ! you 'i:iy piper have you gjt a bill postir if so i will sind yoa my paper down and Iwe you to put it up for 1110 so i will close it t-hey any charges charge it to. — Yours, die.'

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 23 April 1898

LIVER CffiiWT ! and Dyspepsia. Doctor does No Good. FOUND . . ? eLEMENTS- ? ? ? . ' . TOXIC A Marvellous Restorative. M r. G. R o w 1 a 11 d, E I e v e 11 1 h -s t r e 0 1, B o w d 0 n, A del a i d o S. A., writes 011 Jan. 22, 1837 : — I am -'a cabinet maker, and have always worked hard. For about two years I was very languid, and lost al1 energy. Towards the latter part of the above period the slightest exer.ion would cause a copious perspiration. I became very weak, ami lost ail reli^i for food. I visited a doctor, who said I was livsnejdic. and prescribed for me, but the. nietliciu.' did me no good. 1 was reeomiUKuded to try Clem ents Tonic, which I did, and very sooo felt an improvement. 1 fjutid ib a marvellous restorative, and continued to tike it until I felr. as well as over. 1' no. longer suffer from exhaustion or fatigue, but f id strong and well. — Wishing you prosperity, I remain yours truly, G. ROWLAND. 'OPiJaAl'tONS D.til'RNdrfrJ -YE'ra.' T'J Slum. C-ilci.ian; and Sous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

la a Third-class Carriage. Early in February o£ thi» year (18.1!) I was travelling in a tliirJ-sl-Bi cirri igo iu tlu neigh bourhood of Gliseow. At a sUtioa two wo:uen entered the couiijarinisnt ii -tt'.iie\\ I «?« seated One was h girl, gnu lily tU-onaJ ; t'i-s othie ,\ typisal wor .ins iramiu. Sr.alul luhxt or bmio;. ani wote. a stuff peitiuiat, wish a s.nwl wr ijpsl round hsr. Sli ! w.is t.ie pi .-fir* of k'uu,;. robus; health. Tho girl askei liow her ojJiy -.nioj w is, rum .rising that ish* had hparj she lr%d baju f.ir from well. ?' 'Died, bat I was,' reapiuJcl tlie elder wo.uin, ' 1 tlncht I w.is nt iluith's ibor.' ' Ah say, \v:u.t like was ill ) ni;ttor wi' yc ? ' ' I cad dae n:ie work ; ii I t\-U\i ta wii.i t;ic door I got Biccin a heart beatia', auJ my stomach fair turned at the ficho o' food. 1 weflt to thre liostors, one after nnither, nod they gne ma botllos ail I bottles, but it ililni l.elp in - ana till :i frija' Uiii me to try Mutl-cr Sei^i's .Syrup. Wjaiaa, in n week...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

Pjr Ou-isgmpLiv-p C.(u^lis rake Wood's (irn.it Pe(ipQr niiit Cur', 1/6 a.-\ 2/Q. An iMPrDisyT Fiiiud lias been perp t p«t««d U).io:i a w«I| known Member tf P.uliu (Hut T 'is ^i-iilcinan r.-contly ptileml .a fiiu-l chrinisi'g « ?J.-.b'IsSniPtiK iii N.irtlviinp to:i an) n^ke.'l f.ir ;i b ix i-f ILill.iway's Pitis A. p c';«t was giv n to lijm, fqr which he p.-iiii and th'-n 'eft. i.liH simp. H:ii-in» to leave for L.i;i(| -u tVi.it' evci j.ijj, if was'imt, Iliitil hit was ii| t -i tniti, iii.ut'v miles =-w ,y | from N-«rr.l.a.ii,;i:-|i ., th t. |,e tlis-mvro.l h j ttwi btAll «-.t l-l'ot' } 31...-I.I of H ill.iwat'J Pill* lie foil -i lit i:. a |--*- ni. i iU, a:i| w ,v\'n It's* iinita'.oi -ih-I i..-,.|| f i.si.-ii ujoilim Of -:oqrs- tlte ni'.iliUh «i(.. t'iim in nv.iy. ail I . the M.P. li*.l t ? wait u.dl (?-? nrriv-oil i, *tj»n'l.»i li :-.ro ?«,??= cv,i»..i .,... ,,.„. £..„„$„,..

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 — 30 April 1898

,' . ^I^^^bJ.1 ??--- ^Slueo&eottheeafeBtandsareEt &~ ^Lj H v £' '^B-^'^Hl |m^^' ?? PnjP»l«medJoines on tbe market. , myJW ? B .' ii^B— /^H™J?^^^ HBSl »te unlike moat laxative rem- ^oamrgji^ n .:* ^m.^^K'^.^^t^ edieB.beo&neo they set direct on &L JS O R 9i^K''^Ma!K ?*? W»-B«»8i«wfiingtbB «w to ^^&P *? B '?tf-J ^^^^^HL'«*alnl'% tcereie and caBt increseed quenti- p » q B ' ?? -- ;^BP^B9LfVltP ties of this .fluia into, the bowels, | rER-POX H 3-...;:.-: MVf:*Bl~,.1lv.-':.:: thus flntting the same out ns a Blteam of water g ? *fl'~nid would* drain. Defeetive bile seorctton cbusgg rnrions H - ^^B '^H'tUI^ ' ?llments'incTi as Headache, Constipation, CpsItc- H . .. .^m. :'??,..':..' V aeM, Fllel, I.i¥« Trouble, Rhenmatism, Indigei- Eg ' . , . ^H' -]6H ?? - ? - ';? . — ~ — tlon, DliriBMi, Enwlng In the H«ad, Full- H ?9 -^^MMtmfk9'amwimm'.m newAflttwEatlng,ftc,,&c. A Bile Beak taken ? -HHBWJlIDIJSNESS now and then w3l keep one tree from these 1 ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

INDIGNATION FREELY EXPRESSED. Justice, tempered with mercy, hag often bscn fn*t-3 put to thoso leant deserving any consider iHttton/. There arc.tliose, too, who on.tlio other '?hand h»v» undergone hoavy and undeserved sent ' ^lenite, tbeir only itolace being iu tlie knowledge that ,tbey poisws the sympathy of their 'friends, who, whilit giving fr«e expression to their indignation, ?r* pawerlfi.nl ao aoist them. W hctlitr ' Mrs'. Boyes, now residing at 162 DowljjfgrStreet, Sydney, merited the 15 years' torture she haa just completed, we will leave an unbilled 'public to »ay. Certain it is that but for Dr. YTilliaioi' Pink Till* for Pale IVo'plc htr Buffer ing* would hav.e been even more prolonged. ?? For fifteen yean I suffered irotn indigestion,' said Mr*. Boyea to a reporter from the Lcighhardt Standard, and continued she, ' a long weary tiirn ? to i» »ll, *nd I might have been' suffering still if I had pet tbe food' fortune to drop on a paragraph. w tht papers describing a cure by...

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