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

Woo.i'i Great Peppermint Cure for Co'Jjhs and Colds !:Cicr f^iU, 1/tf a::d 2/6.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. For Children's Hacking Cough take Wood's Great Pepporinint Cure, 1/6 und £/G. At the Dubbo District Court on Monday, beforo Judge Docker, James Bulloch, of Blayney, sued William Cummins, of Burra badeen, for £50 damages for alleged breach of 100 tons of hay. Mr. R. J. Ryan ap peared for plaintiff and Mr. R Booth for defendant. Several witnesses were exam ined, the case lasting the whole day. A verdict for plaintiff was given for £'20 and costs of six witnesses. Mr. Dau O'Connor addresscd'a large and enthusiastic meeting in favor of Federation at Cowra on Saturday last. It is probiblo that this veteran politician will contest Cowra at the next general election. Master Bede Mallon, son of Mr. F. Mal Ion, has been appointed telegraph messenger at the Blayuey Post Office. There were 15 applications in for the position. The weather still continues very dry, and there are no prospects of rain. The springs iu this district have opened up, and tite creeks and dams that w...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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As it Should Be. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

As it Should Be. We were pleased to notice that the Mayor (Alderman Uussart), at the council meeting oa Wednesday last, had the manliness to acknowledge that he was wrong in answer ing a question put to him by Alderman Stinsen at -the previous meeting in such an evasive and uncivil manucr, and also ex nreisinsr his resret for havine done so. When a man finds out that he lias made a mistake, there is nothing more manly than for him to admit it and express his regret for having done so.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." To Messrs. Cole[?] and Sons, Cootamundera. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

' O^iia.Vi'LON.^ U-.')?ji.\r-iHy WITH.' To iitusrt. CilMffiw ail .ijim, OojiaMitndra. JJiiAi: fjius—i '-!»»-' iisl-J t-lm hu^ilvpte lixtr.iut wtiich 1 j^ot fruni you, mid -nn now qai'ie OUt of it.. Alui-'it ci'f.iy puosilill- ?join- plaint I use i. lor, incUnJin,.; irjrns, sl-.'iIii-, tills, liraisuj, fdi'.- il.r.vi'.s. «o!tls, cliilblrtins, j ni;urul^ii, to );li.tclif. a- , it:., .iik! 1 do i.o; !l-rii«!W'B (ilLTi: IS (I .iy li.-.L'l?!.' it. U'jlj IiOt Cill'C It |!H»C-l:M »i-ll. Ill U'.Ol'll.l 'I S 'f '- tlll-Oilt or ir.il 'iiici! ;i;ro*c it is !:n Aiunolt-, lutiii^ hiri piri-ni.il i!Sj.-i'rii':Kc »f tli.' fiiut vurv iv'cc.i-.lj . \\rhcru i.-.iiiilv.Mi or even uiluits an IiliJiv ,i!l'-i:ii-« L iisj.i.ly nn; :l ,i kirn! uf t,inul: t«;it inf.»' * lir.T|ji.)v.is iV-iuo -i keti'u o-i r«« tin;, ;i-i-.i ?viifii Mm wu.ir.r i-cucIihs tmiliu^; llixir.iCi IlliO tiltt Klillic, illld IlitMtil .1 iiHl^ [uln! ('i tlie spout, oi tin: Ici-ttli-, and ni;il-e tlie sIimiii \-\*y iiiuitlt tile (lUifii...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British and Foreign Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

British and Foreign Bible Society. On Wednesday evening the annual meet ing of the Blayney branch of the British and Foreign Bibb Society was held in the Presbyterian Church, the Rev. J. Adam being in the chair. The attendance num bered about 60. The Rev. J. T. Hill, secre tary of the New South Wales Auxiliary, was present, and an apology was received from the Rov. W. K. Howcll. The procee dings opened with a hymn and prayer, after which an excellent address was delivered by the Chairman. Tho Rev. Mr. Hill then delivered an interesting and instructive ad dress, showing what tha Society had done iu other countries, and also what other branches of the Society arc doiug in this couutry. The Rev. Mr. Swift also addressed the meeting. The following officers wero then elected for tlie ensuing year :— President, Mr. John GlasEon ; secretary, Mr. H. Piggott ; treas urer, Sir. O. It. Barry. The couur.iuee is to be composed of tho local clergy and ludy collectors, two of th-3 latter from each...

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 — 30 April 1898

Bmvaio of Iiiiiciiiiins. Bi(- t!i.-.t uh:!i Lv'ii-I liisirs ujr n-gistured tr.ide ism!; — EOCALYITK. Yoar Grocer keeps Wood's Great Prppe - :n;;il C«v-! fur Gratis and CahU 1/G :u» t '2/G ' Wi'.y d iei :v cat r.l.v.-iys c .t .a mouse lujml ? tji-.il ! — ,-3O .IS to il.-C lbs l::i\ i-jv :i Iflii'Jl-jik'k. 'I '' li'-jw t- i-iiil:u b:iljc;.-5 grow : fjoak ll.pin in 'inttin^ -«:iler .mil -lry ih?ni in tiiu suu,' .siid llifi compositor. The eiiiliir expluincd tMi ' Ua'.'is,' not ' b^bios,' ivas me ml. SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EX'l'ilAtUT.— Under tUfe iiistiu»uished put voiiage of his Majesty the Kiug of Italy, us per commuuiciitlou made by the Minister for Foreigu Affairs, through tbe Consiil Gcjieral for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam r*9P.iiiitioti, 1883. Acknowledged by Medi cal cliuics aud Uuiverdities all over tbe Globe. There arc imitations of Eucalypti Extract in tbe market, products of simple distillation forming crude, resinous oils. In o...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blyney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

Blyuey Municipal Council. The regular fortnightly meeting1 of this council was held on Wednesday evening. Present — tho Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Glassou, Ile.nsley, Marsh, and Stinson. Tho minutes of tho previous meeting were rend and continued. CORRESPONDENCE. a lie Loiiommg corrcsponaonce was read : — From the-Treasury, stating that the sum of .£25/18/4 : had beeu placed to the credit of the council for tlie main road. Received. — From Mr. Wv U-. Mellor, lion sec. to the Junior Footbtll Club, asking ou What terms the Club could eugage the Dritl Shed for two nights a woeic for practice. .Received, and docide'd uot to Tent tho Drill Shed ? From Mr. W. G. Meilor, secretary School of Arts, asking the council to convene a meet ing of this ratepayers for the purpose of trying to getona or the leading- inBu 'iu tho Federation cause to coiun and deliver an address at lSiayucy. Received, and it was decideil that the Mayor .shoultl convene a meeting of ratepayers for Wednesday, next to deciti...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Snake Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

A Snake Stor-. Human interest in serpents has been great since ihj .world began. Not i#any week« fto°» *'««n the ncirspapers anuouueed fcliat a great python was terrorising tlie naiglibor hood of Miami Island, in Florida, the public road with tho greatest eagerness of theuiou ste|r. Among tlie people in Boston who be came interes ed in tho story of the monster was a gentleman who knew the habit of ?u$tii» jiirarcuy, ami who jiuigeu ironi dip the . newspaper accounts that the Florida snake was one of the mo.;t remarkubli; uvcr Been. This gentleman was Colonel Frank Stone. Ah liour after re.idiug of the snake the Oolonnl was, packing lijs efjuets for a flying trip to Florida. The slory of the success of their aiission was told iu part iu the press dfupatches sent nil over the coun try when they returned to the mainland with the snak'i?. It this k«pwn in the neigh bonrhood ihat srveral hutiteri who h.ad gone into th« interior uf the island in the last few ▼ears mysteriously disappeared...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Living with Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

Lfvlnsr wHli Hlacb . 'Truths' jliat nr« ? stranger lliai- fiction' J ff\\fo.y% form welcome 1-y.-i.1iu4 to puuplo of ! tbnan co oni-4 A va .e co nee from North Queensland rial, is tlirilliiif; »vith iuterest. ' A. obcjb wjsll-kiiiiviu uiuuicipa.1 potentate. ? jrho faded awa. oat' of on uiory iff V'ii!«orii\ ? yeurs ago, -n.ti'1 is ueiieraily fiup|HiS;d to bo |d«.td, was limt-,1 of tjja oilier day. He runs wild along wrii a. tritje pr IiImcks 111 tue .- »crub re^i-i^s of Coeu (N.-^ ) Tl;e c-x-Mayor is drcbSjeii in -i sugar l-ag ; did huir liasn't - been cut tor sonic years ; ami when lie pelts through the scruli'with liis unkempt mane flying behind him lj e is a soaresome speotacl«. Hj ia a Unties, »houless being with .1 harem, - aud is »i)i-us as aboriginal as Uie aboriginals themselves. His wife and family in Victor ia draw the rents from his property, aqd have doue so erer since tlie old man disap peared in the N.Q. wild?, and they are likely to contiuue doing so undisturbed. For ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Famous Aged People. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

Famous Aged People. James Mirtineau, philosopher, uinety? itvo. ty. E. Gladstone, eighty-eight. Pope Leo XLfl., eighty seven. . S/iiaue) Saiilos, author, eighty-five. Sir Heiiry Bessemer, iiivcnior of Bessemer steel process, eighty-four. lioness Burd«tt Coutts, eighty-three. iiismuck, eighty-two. Rev. Newman Hall, eighty-one. PiOtessor Moinmst'u, lii^torian, eighty; King Christian of Denmark, eighty. Professor B.iin, Kuglatid, seventy-nine. !^aeeu v icturui, tciuutj- jj^ul- , ca-j.ii.hv Minister Crispi, eevoniy-eight ; ohn RusViu seventy -eight ; Lord Playfair, ssveuty-eigSit. Herbert Spencer, seye'nty-seveu ; Florence Nightingale, seventy-seven ; General llose crans, seventy-seven ; Susan B.. Anthony, Ecyenty-seveu. Rjsa Uouheur, soven(y-five ; Rev. Edward Eyerett Hale, seventy-live. Duke of Argyll, seventy-four; Max Muller SLVe;»ty-four; Jehu Sherman, seventy-four ; Professor Godwin Smith, scv«nty-four ; Li -Hung Chang, seventy-four; Miss Charlotte M. Yonge, seve:ity-four. George ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Dreadful Tragedy. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 30 April 1898

Dreadful Tragedy. Melbourne, Mondnr. In S^ellipurne at half-past 4 u'clock this morning nn alarm of tiro was given the tire brigade. It turned out to be aconflagriMon ip a wea herbpard dwelling in T.-ininr-strret, pc^upiod hy a man named lirierly and his wife. When ihefjtmes were - su'-dacd tlic bady of Brierly was found under th* remains i-f an old striitiihir, upo:i whjcli he appeared 10 liaip Iir^ij lying. Oaly the charred re fO^ins of l)is lipdy were left, but wounds on his he id were di-ooyera I. The firemen pro c eteded to the r«;ar of the house, and there fonnd Mri. UrierU, \n a nude eute, atid arid dreadfully burnt. She w.is also bidding froia wouiula in the head and was jn a s^atfl p,f colhpse, The woman -v,-ts removed to the Melbuurn' If osj.ii a], where she died :it P a in. Tlie Serg ant of folipe in diargo of Uakleigh Di? rJL-t states ihat Iirierly and his ?rife wep' qiiarrliipg all yesterd.^. Tiie police theory is that one or other of tho do p«tsed, after a fight during...

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

The Town Pump. Notwithstanding the fact that the Blayney council decided at a meeting held on the 13th instant thatt the works committee would inspect the town pump for the pur- pose of seeing what could bo done and re port the result of such inspection at the next meeting of the council, not a word was said in reference thereto in the works committee's report presented at the council meeting held on Wednesdayevening last,     nor did one individual alderman mention a word about the matter. This too in the face of the f act that water is becoming more scarce every day. And we think, as the   council . esms inclined not to interest itself in looking after the town pump, it is quite time now the ratepayers themselves should     see if they could not compel them to do something towards putting and keeping it in repair. At the council meet ing held on   the 13th instant, Alderrum Skinson asked   a...

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 — 7 May 1898

How to' Giii'c Coltl Feet. ' Cold in feet, , an![l--8, atid'^artde is one of the most distressing .symptoms wJiicli iiiUict m-n .nnl u'oincli in Australia ihiring'tlic. wl-iter moatfis ' Bo whites ii eve 1 1 - k no \\n Mil 1 1 tor in a colonid medical journil. ' '-To olvviatc' this nnplaisantndSS is ' uus.v rii-Wigli pi ovi'lt' l yoa fenow the way. Theru is only one way tp attaua.. tiiis, and I cmuiot Aplain hslter th.iu tjyillliati'atitfg ic hy the cms of.Mr. G^.or^sjHyjid^ of Blarney, who wis reoeu tly interi'lawc 1 hy a BidifHey Advozatz ruportar. Mr.'Uynds anid :-^ y Av S '-^loat t«'(j'Jyq;irs,«gi!i, I'tell aj;iblim to sciaticn. I wa i ilrawiilg »'ooil.(;ii't tjic ^mc^'^L'lie complaint forced me every uuw aiid again to tafce a spell. The ailiiieni'kept geftiny worse., until, at Inst 1 could not oven work,. niid I liad to*g-i to IijJ, being unable to walk, lt nGFected'itiy rigbMeg,ifiro|H the hip to the ankle, the juiii lj:iu4 worse in t-lie ankle ; 1 ulso stiffered fro:ii't'erri...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lucknow Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 May 1898

Triable. - Afeilie flitch quarterly/ meeting of tho 6rang s \'®eilhy.'in yii[cuiD, tha Cliiirinau haviug /efcr^ud f^tlta Lickuow dispute, Mr.' Fi' Ci»rnivyJI:;rtibvc3, ' Tliat the meeting having co-isidiViditTl'! Itateiuiut of tha Reir. F. pjlwoll, th'; superi'.iteTle'i t inini-tae, and Messrs. T. S. Poai'se, J.P., unl J. K. Bond, the circuit jstewiicd«„dfisu« (I) t,o otler its .syjupjiLhy to. thoaiyg^i th-'mcii. in tho trying position in which tiiey nave oeen piaceti, ana to.-assure. tlicin of its uuabiVad'-confidence in their-Christiahfinte^iity ^tad' 'financial moral ity ; (2)'as slrrfwn fn tlve prcsenlatioii and admii.i'itratio'.i'of tho Snancesof the church; (3) atid further; that liaviiig heard that legal prqeesdiugi are cSntoinplated by these gontleman.a^ord.e^, to^viudicape their action in the eycs^if thg'pi|ldTc, aud to clear them selve's ' from- l^le [reckless aiid misleading statement^ made and the 'aspersions cast upaiv'tlieir cha/aCt^k\ UcgCs^heni not to take iucfi'step...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Concert at Forest Reefs [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 May 1898

. ^osicsrt at Forest Reefs. A concert was held in the Good Templars' Hall, Forest Reefs, on Saturday night last i.i aid of the Church of lihgl mil. The Rev W. K. Howell acted as chairman. The building was well filled. One or two of the siugars failed to put in an aiipaaianc,,) being, as the chairman rem irked, 'uuavoid-: 'ably ' absent The concert was opened by the Milithorpe Oicocstrs, who give three wero «eil received aiid very creditably rendered. M i ;?- Oidhain was the tirst lady singer ; xlte has a mc; -voice, but is somewhat nervous. - Mrs. Saunders favored thu audi e-.ce with two songs during the evening, and she s timed to be a favourite l-y thu uay she was received. Miss Marsh and Mi*,s King h.un also sang, and Miss M arsh g.a\ c a i;eci 'tati.ui very nicely. Mr. Woolley also sang.. This' geiitloinau has a ^-iod voice. Mr. £t. J Webb brought- down the house with iiis comic songs (bo'.li of which were encored), nicking the audionca' roar. Tueic wero.j others who took part i...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Stop my Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 May 1898

Slop my Paper. Realci-s will remein'icr a case in the local court recent, y wlien h lino n uiiel Jlurcliisou was cbar^'c.l with cutting th? throats of t * o hoivses ilia p.o| nr;y i..f J. D. Wiliiatu ,on. Mr. F. B.irr, a k-ep,;r of a local public li Hisj, aympathised with tin mau Mtircnisoo ,1.1.1 took up ; ii inuisojl the t is1; of canvussing tlio to«U f.ir s ihsenp; ions in order lo assist Mnrchisjii in !ns defence. Hj c.inii to t'lis uiu-uiiu-i imio'j. »i quu&CI'IJ- lioi. Jjcclui: wo 1m ve rel'.ised to assist in iv.-islin.; ' the peisdcn;ioii f fpoor Murcliispii' Mr. Burr has Jecidcil to tqtielch tin iu one act: '? slop my paper!' says ho. It iu a common thiug in CjndoUolia, wheu souio: body is lino i for riotous bell viour, to go round with the hat and. tlius fave a violent' rascal I'roui much dessrved pmii.shmsnt ; hut we have n jt heard of auvbjdy.baiiig offjiided. by a refusal to subsjr be. Tin puVlie should refuse to subscribe :io anything of the kind— ' tue evil is ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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FEDERATION. A FEW FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 May 1898

FEDBIt ATION. ' A FEW FACTS.; Tho Federal Bid is stigai itisfd as a law yers' Constitution, yet its most inveterate opponents are Want, Salamor.s, jand half the btwyors of Sydney. , ' ' | At his meeting at-.Bl,vyneyda'it week, Mr. ' Sle.il h staLed as one of his shallow argu ments against the liill that the majority i.uui..i-..iu* 1'^ til u..iikuuiiis vnv uuuamvuuo as the combined votes of the-sinaller States would be greater than that of tho larger. States in the House of Representatives. L'liu absurdiiy of this statement will be clear : after reading the fallowing: — The' joint sitting of the coin biued' representatives of the States would be as fjllo'.vs : ' Vi.no'ru ... ... ... 23 tju'.illi AuUriili* ... ...' ... 13 Western Australia ? 11 T jsinanii ... ... ... ...'''11' Totul ? ? 91' ? If thre3-fifihs of the 04. iiiembers agree to the umenuliiieuts made in the Rill, tliey .shall bo taken to be carried. jS'ow three-fifths of 94- equals about 55, and as the comhincdTe pressntativ...

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 — 7 May 1898

BLAYNEY i'OST OFFICE. abbival or Mills. Daily (Sundays excelled) from 8vrine*y, list^ur.t, Granri'le, G julburn llar-eu, 0 .rt'ja Mandur ama, Ljndliurst, \V. ol-toek. (JUiUiid, Cowr.t, Brown's O'cek. T.l'.O. Ni-. 2 Writ, T P.O. No. SSou'li, O. ton I'o'k. From Nortcn, Uurrr, Saiw, Neville, an 1 Kind's Plaiar on Turtda^c, Thur»1i.y-', ant S.i'uiday* From Graghsnu-t ?« n uui V Uo U on W .J..e-day« and Baturdj;- f. DBPAttTUHB OF UjILS. Daily (Suii'ia^g cxg p .il) 10 bydney, Ba bu s-, . Goulburr, Uarlei , Urmville, Ojrc Jir, ili.i durams, l.yni!iur.-t, VV^uJutifV, Ou!i -*, Cowra, 11 ro mi's Orrek, Ort -n Park, T.l'.O. Nj. 2 Wnt, T.V.O. N. . 2 io lb. To Kjrti n. Ni vil e, S:ia»-, l-arp; , sud Ki-^'j T1 on Tursilaje, Hi r»d.iy ?, lindriaturd To Or«gliHni-town ana Vntu-ia on Wean tdiya a ad £aturdu;s. Peunt Postage. Tile rate of postage, under the conditions of the Aat, on letters posted in tlie district fioai and to any of the following post offices ia Id : - Barry, Blayney, Biowu'h Creek,...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayney Public School. DISTRIBUTION OF MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 May 1898

?fiSSaysis} PaVslic ScJlpiol. ' ' j-?sxaiiiu nosr ' of ' i ^ On, Sj-iurlay morning by parcels pist liidruWcre 'deiivered nielals to the under menSitiflfecl'succcisful .winners in co.incct'lon Willi, llnj Ijlayney Public Sslio -1 : — : Tw-J. J?rice (gdJ ni-jdi!), lir-t. 1 11. ,li.~ Matthews (stiver) second. ' Wui, McLaren (surer) third. ' -G'rls. ' ' Iaa Scapleton (silver) first. Ljwcr Fourth. Class; '? ' ? P-ap1 Josrplison, first ? Bide iiiidion, s''cond * Annie JJeisinith, third. In tiiis class it is only fair in justice to th* others to tvrhi irk that Psi,ii;l..JiisepIjson was in' tlie class before the remainder were' pro moted into it ?

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Business Directory BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 May 1898

Business Directory BLAYNEY. Advocate and Qeiald Printing Office, Ade laide street. Australiau Joint Stock Bank, corner of Adelaide and Water streets. H R. Piggott, inauager. Baker, Mrs. Club House Hotel, Adelaide street. ' Barnes, A. bootmaker and bairdremer, Ade laide street. Barratt, W. J., watchmaker and jeweller, Adelaide street. Boddie, D. eagiueer, Adelaide street Bromfie.!d,J, undertaker, {Iknrcti'tttreot Black, G. carpenter, Blayney West Black, J ; saddle aud harness maker, Adelaido street i Brid»mao, J. carpenter, Blayney West Brodif, A. sign writer, &c., Osmin street Bradbury, W fruiterer, Adelaide street Bull, F. livery stables; Royal Hotel, Ade laide street J 13nl loch, JY, produce dealer, Adelaide street Clark, E. R butcher, Adelaide street Clark Brothers, millers Clement?, Jos., baker, Adelaide street Clements, I. J. storekeeper, Adelaide street. Clements, J. council clerk and secretary of the A. & P. Association, Water street Commercial Bank, Adelaide ...

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