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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

? TOOTHAOilii T~ HE new remedy VICXOItY CURS FOR TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA, cuces the Woret eaae within ten Tninatgs, . Innumerable Teatimouials. A.eoDaiderabla number of oar customers have already triad the nerr rameiy , Victory Cure for Teotbaehe aud Neuralgia, n.id liavu in cvary in ataaoe been cured. It ia certainly a roost wonderful ! emedy, and wr trust it will beuumc wii;';y k io x . i Hugh Moktjomsbie, i Chjible b 1'iktzx 11 Joseph Coombs, I B Coomds, Abtdcb G. Coomds, Storekeepers, Marutan. The abore Bemady can be bad at the Office of hii Paper. dt- ifk & i,Ea I-A-Y 10 ~m 1 ? U f ^ ba uiade by As 2 TO P«™-...«e Of «- ? & t-*M - tlie1' ses' 111 Oil fi tbiiir o.YD 1j calities, nt work for m. New l)u=iu«ss. A'! meet with wjuderful bucmss. Aiiyo.ie can do.iba work:^. Y-iu dout need .iapiwi, or about the eaurosB uouo. Wo wiil start you. No space to oxp'uiu lieiv. But you ciii Biake a anug little forutue lionora'.i y aii.i pieilr. Tlie eiupl.i.vuient is pa' ti^.ntui...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

BLATNKV i'OST Officii. ARUITiL OF HAOg. Daily. (Sunday* extvptcd) iVjuj .-'vduyy, Bnl.ur-t, Gr«n»ille, G .uiburn ilar.-eu. C rc-oa , Slaudu' ami, tij nil hurst, W. oUtuek. linUnii, Conn. Browo'a O'Biik. 'f.P.O. .\u. 2 '.Veet. T P.O. So S Squi b, Oi ton l'ai k. From Norton, Bu-r; , ri'i-jw, Nevillp, an 1 Knit's .. ' Pjaiat on Turtdiyp, Tiiuri a rt SiruJave FrJm Oragham«t-n auJ Vtrv- iioQ Wu'.edays acd Satorda s. . CKTABrUBB OF StllLS. , Daily (9undaT| exc.-p -d) to Svdmy,. ,i!a liu st, Otmlburn'i HarJar, Or nr. lie, 0ircj-r, Mm durama, Lyndliur«t, Wiioost .i'l, ''0»i l» -1, ? Cowra, BrO*l)'« '.-rfefc, Ort -n Pirt, I.l'.O. Si. 3 Writ, 1. H.O.N . 2 .-'o th. To Mjrtcn, Ntril'r, 3ba-*, But; , kiid ICi 'g'i Vliiu ou Xundayt, 'th-r«dxy , and3i.tiiid»;r. To Qreghamituwn n:id Vntu 00 Wcun fd iy t and Saturday*. .Pesny Po3iacr. ' Th* rate ot postage, unJer the oonditioas of tha Aot, on letters pasted in the district (to il and to any of the fo!lo-ritig post offices is 1 J : — Harry, Blayney, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

federation: The ' Beacon, ' . the official democratic and labor piper of Victoria, after dealing fully with the Bill, concludes as follows : — 'For all these reasons .we'-earneitlyJbeseech our friends in South. .Australia aiid New SotiLh Wales to reconsider, their attitude towards this Irill. Its ndoption ussures the. greatest advance towards democracy and a, just system of representation and taxation, which has ever came within. the reach of any people. Its rejection would be a blow which would delay our hopes for a generation at least. To throw away such an opportunity would be a crime. In the wider area of [ federal politics, this Bill establishas a ten dency to progress which on the narrower [lir.es of provincial politics could not be cvokad for many years to eome, and thaaka j to its provisions United Australia will be 'fc ! Democratic Australia, marching in' front of [ nil the nations ' of the world torfards the goal, of freedom, justice, and' 'Universal prosperity.' ^°'

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Carcoar Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

Carcoar Bfuuicipal Couucll. Tho regular fori nightly meeting of tho S above council was held on Tuesday evening, f Present — the Mayor, Aldermen Clark,! Mavlmw, Miles, and Watson. B Tho minutes of the previous meeting 8 wors read and confirmed. B Accounts amounting to £3/9/1 were | pasted for payment. B Tho following correspondence was read I and receive I : -(1) From the Board off Health, asking for quarterly report (report, | sent); (2), from Messrs. T. B. Hocking audi F. H. Bowcn, Galley Swamp, re direct road I from Galley Swamp to Carcoar. Alderman 1 Clark moved and Alderman Mayhcw second- 1 ed, ' That letters be written to Messrs. | Ho.-king and Bo.ipii, asking them to state fi what day it would bs convenient for them tol come to Carcoar to confer wit h th ; council/' 1 Carried. |j The Mayor st ited that Mr. Liuclie would & have his cessp t cljaned out ato.ice. ' fj Al-lerinan Watson move. I, and AMsrmsn g Clark seconded, ' That a letter be written a to the Minister for...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

Road Contracts. i E ? The following tenders for road work were; ^opened at the Blayney Court House on ) Friday, I3ih instant j ! Mooiilda to Neville—' T. W. Atkins,' '£30/12/6; four others, from £82/10 to j i£13J/l0\ - ? ' . ' I j Newbridge to Abercrombiu River —Robert j (Sharp, £66; three others, from £71 'to] |£9ff/7/G. ' -'-

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYMPATHY FROM NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

SYMP.H'HT tfllOil XI ilV SOUTH W-AL E.S. The Pivmicr, Hon. G. H. Reid, had sent § a cablegram, sympathising with the suli'erer, f some liours previous to ike receipt of (he | hewr of Mr. Gla(J»touas doat-li in Sydoev. f

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Maudurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

Maudiirama. [raoM otjR oittiR^SP issent.I J lie tenuis club has made good progress! with the ground. The first in itcli will take place on Qjceirs Uirtlid ay. Tee sc_:ivt'iry, [Miss Macdei\uott, and .Mr. T. H Rnvlands i have been most energetic in their endeavours to . 'get the ground in -good or-.ler. It is ex-l pe'cteil that the in itch to c. debt-ate tho I opening will be my st succastu!, as tins is the only sport we will have in the to.vn. It is thought Mr. Wnddfll, the popular nicmlm- of Parliament, will attend. Canon Sneddon preached his first sermon here iii the School of Arts last Sunday evening. There was a large congregation to. welcome him. Tho impression is that he will become very popular amongst the residents hin'o. Mr' Eissler, the chii-f engineer, and Mr. Marks, chairman of directors in London, arrived here on Wednesday morning, and aft-T having breakfast .at the Royal Hotel they were driven out to their Galley moat mining properties from wliic'.i good aeujunts are t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Senior-Sergeant Roche. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

Senior-Sergeant Koclie. . For upwards of sixteen years Seniors;r g-'ant Roche has filled the position of acting C.P.S. at Blayney, and has now bien re lieved of his duties, aud before ihe rising of the court on Wednesday l ist, occasion was taken by Messrs. Pile and MacDermott,' solicitors, to make reference to the services rendered by Senior-.-;ergeant Roche as acting C.P.S.. and also to his position as being io charge of the Blayney police station. Both gentlemen spoke in the highest terms uf praise of the manner in which the combined dusies had been performed, aud tru-tsd that the newly appointed C.P.S. and his assistant would perform their duties in lli9 si«! courteous and satisfactory manner. The Police-Magistrate ( Mr. Byrnrs) said he fully endorsed all that had been said in reference to Senior-sergeant llo3he in the discharge of liU duties, .is from the time lie had known him lie was fully satislied that lie wan a most competent and obliging oflloer, and he wished htm well wh...

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 — 21 May 1898

Your Grocer keeps Wood's Great Pepper mi.K* Cui-e fur Coughs O-ildk l^Can-l 3/6 '

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Bankrupey Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. (Before Mr. Byrnes, District Registrar.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

iiaukrupc- Court. Whdxesday, Mat 18. (B 'fore Mr. Byrnes, District Registrar.) [ Re A. J. Fiecstone. Mr. Macdemiottl appcarn.1 for Mr. J. Bishop, one of the.provcd f ci editors. E I taokrupt deposed : I' have filed a state- S in -nt of my affaii-s, and vent a copy to 'hog «ifii ja assignee ; «lo not wish to amend the § s-.i'in.* ; have k-'pt no Dooks of acuiuu* ; aui a g bl n-k -!i)i! h by tra Ih ; liave never been S bankrupt before ; hare, handed a'l luv papers over to Mr. Pile, my tsjhciior ; iMr. Palin.-r is die ollicial aSsigure; the icatlse of my bankrupcy was insuliicient biniiiess; li:u o ! 110 other source-of income ; duriitg past two i years have carried on business as a black- _ smith in Bltyney ; at ihe time of (i'ing my :? shedule had i o .funds; soma years ago I was .1 in partnership with a man named Bernard 3 -Croft; the partnership whs dissolved in| 1893 ; while in partnership my partner kept! -books of account, bus I don't know wh^bj* has become uf theui ; Inve paid ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Scotsman Who Ruled Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

u A Scotsman Wlio Ruled Russia. Akhou^h.:not generally .known, it is a' natter of history that an alien, u British ?nhj-cl-*-,j Scotsman, snoreorer —once .held j t.e ri'ina of goyernmeot in Bussia for nearly j ajKiraiida half, and that uot ouly io the] abaeuce of^the lei^uing rule, but in thf n)id.~t i»f those dinstiu reforms vf Peter the Urea', lo. wbMl nt;«i:iy i»3 truly .satd, wtt hr oat anduly s'raiiiing fuels, Russi i owes.iM^ civii^tja^i.rgijvoiniueat^ and prrsent. pos(-L taon amoiig tlie. nations, Patrick (Jordon w«B boru - oa his father's sst^te of Auchleu C^iries, Aber-l»-nsbire, March 31, 1635. Hi« father nfti of the Haddo branch af-the Gor dons, aiid hia- mother was an Ogilvie. Con-, seqit^utly ;h*% wbp wai a mere lad, had from choice ttirown liiiuself. upon the world to seek his fortune, wasrelated tothe first Duke of (Jjrd.'n, aiidvconneuted by marriage with the £ iris of Krrol and Aberdeen. At the time when he became attached to the Russian .Court he was a soldier of f...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MR. GLADSTONE'S END. A PUBLIC FUNERAL AND A MONUMENT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

MR. GLADSTONE'S END. A PUBLIC- FUNERAL AND A MONUMEXT. London, Thursday. Mr. Gladstone died at i) o'clock this [ morning. [ The British Government piopo-c tender- j ; ing Mr. Gladstone a public I'unerul and to erect a monument to his memory, following! the prcc -dent laid down in the leases 'oi ! Statesmen Clialham and Pitt. j

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

The Battom Principle. Kothing 'merely happens so.' Always keep that hot where you can' sec it. \Vimt30.?ver opines ta p *s h\§ *11 adr^.nt.! o.imi right behind it. I d n' say hi» as thoti3't it were a new discovery. Not a bit. it is tlie bottom piinciple of all ^niw letL-u. H it we are apt to forget it —that's tlie point: w* fo tet'i'. anl so hare a lot of trouble there's no nred to have. Here ii Mi^n Esther May, whom va are glad to hear f-oai, anil to kqair. Li the matters set f)r:h in hi ? lort latter she fpoaks, not for ha- self only, but for two-'.hir.ls of the w.imon in England. '-In July.' 1830,' shs siys, ' I h\ 1 an attack of i iflaxzi, which left m-i in a weak, exhumed con dition 1 felt languid and tired. Everytiing was a trouble to me. The gaol appetite that is natural ♦ ) me w ?» gone; an t wU^ i 1 Ui l tik; a littla f -od it gave me a drevlful pa'u i-j the chest. There was a'so a MOge sensation iu my st mnc'i. I frit its if X ha 1 1 aten tco much w.ien perhapi I ha 1 sca...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. W. E. Gladstone ENGLAND'S "GRAND OLD MAN." CRITICAL STATE OF HIS HEALTH. LORD ROSEBERRY BIDS HIM A FINAL FAREWELL. SYMPATHETIC MESSAGE FROM THIS QUEEN. THE PRINCESS OF WALES PRAYS FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

Sir. vV. E. Gladstone ENGLAND'S ' GRAND OLD MAN.' CRITIOAL STATE OF HfS HEALTH. LORD ROSEBBRitY UID3 HIM A final farewell. SYMPATHETIC MESSAGE FBOM THE QUEEN. THE PltlNCESS OF W ALES P Li, AYS FOR HIM. The following cihle^ranis have beeu re ceired iu reference to the critical state of Mr. Gladstone's health : — Lohdom, Monday. The condition of Mr. Gladstone has be i come so alarming that tlie Earl of llo^eberry | [yesterday took bis final farewell of the I veteran statesman. ? Tuesday. | Her Majesty tho Queen has sent a touch- 1 itig letter to 3lr. Gla Isto.ie thanking him | for his services to -the country aud the Throne. T.ie Princess of Wales telegraphed to Mr. Gladstone as follows : — ' 1 ain praying for you.' Later. Mr. Gladstone is more exhausted. Wednesday. llr. Gladstone's doctor states that it is useless to attempt, to abate the malignant ' nasal ; growth fi-jin which he is sulfering. I His pain is being assuaged by morphi-.-,. ! Unless a decided rally takes placo the patie...

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 — 21 May 1898

Condobolin aldermen faror lighting the town witb electricity. Wako up, Blayney ! The Uailw&y Commissioners have decided to make a reduction of 50 pur cent, iu con nection with first-olass fares on special excursions. The Minister for Lands recently sold over 100,000 acrcs of West ttogan sciub lauds at remunerative rentals. Tlie captain of the steamer Sydney ' says that in twenty years' experience un the co.ist of Noifr Soui-li Wales he never ex perienced such it storm as that of last week. It is said that window panes of porous glass arc he'ng made iu Paris. Tlie minute ! biles in the gias- nro tuo line to permit of a ! draught, and ye'. l-trgf- enough to cause a j pleasant and licdtliy ventilation in a room. Widespread contusion of tuind seem* to prevail «s to the time when lliu nineteenth century will end and the twentieth begin. In nearly every case the year of 1900 is re ferred to as the first ot' the new century. This is inatiife&tiy au absurd error. A ccn lury ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Rowdy Gang. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

-4 A Rt»w-l- Gang. . Constable M'Kelvey on Saturday night was on duty near M-icdonaldtown, when lie saw four UK'n.cr-a'.ing a disturbance. He cautiosed them and ordered them to move on, when th- y went a fow yards but halted near hs rail *»y h:iJge. M'Kclvey followed and tbey resumtrd their, riotous iiiihaviour, dari: g t!ie conUaWe t'J interfere He again taia f.ieui to goaway.qun.-tiy but nis answer was a vol'ey of stoties: Tlicy then rushed him and one struck him on the aye, blacken ing th* optio, wlijln nnptiicr kicked him vioUnily, M-lCelv-sy dr.iw hii r ivolver, warn:ng the -gang that if t hey did not de sist he wou'd shoo1. This enraged the miscreants a:ul they rushed hini. He seized one and Via others, res. r;ed to stones again. M'K.t*lvev thu::et|pm lira I three khots and one bullet t»--k oiTe.:t in the Ing of a man named W. Howell, pissing through Uiu thii;li,.. He »aj arivstud, «'t'i his.. |irutjj|fr Beiijainiu Kiivi'II, but tlin ^thers^esc.-ipwi-,' The injured wnii «? .« ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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'OPERATION'S DISPENSED WITH. To Messrs. Colemane and Sous, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 21 May 1898

?OPEttATlONS DISPENSE!) WITH. . To Messrs. Colenuvit and So;ts, Cootr.TMindra. -DeaII bills, — 1 hate used the lsucalypte Extract which 1 got from you, and am now quite .out of it. Almost «very possible com plaint l use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore tliro-its, colds, chilblains, uuuralgia, toothache, &«., and 1 do uot believe there is any disease it will not, cur* if persevered with,. In ulcerated sore throat or I'ltiaiued tnro^t it is iuvaluau|e, having ;h»d perspna| . experiimpe of .the fact vtry. recently. Where children or even adulta are' had ly afflicted 1 usually erect a kind 'of small teut near a fireplace, place a kettle on' the fire, and when tlie water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Eusatypte Extract into the kettle, and attach a long Inbe to the spoilt of the kettle, and make the stMm play about the patient in the' tent. The stein) owing to the distance it has to travel, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form an...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Tl|e Bottom Principle. Nothing 'merely happens bo.' Always keep that fact wl(er« you oau see it. Whatsoever oinej to pass has an ad --ja tta caui3 right behind it. 1 don' . Bay this as though it were a neiv discovery. Not a b.i. It is the bottom piinsi-ile of all I. now |ed?o. But we are apt to forg 't it — th ut*s tho poiut: wi forget it, and so uave a lot of trouble there's no need t ) have. Here is Miss Est'ier May, whom we are glad to jiaar from, aid to kn'iw. In tiie matters Be! forth |a her hurt letter she speak?, not for hircelf only, but for two-thirds of the women in England. '? Iu July, 1830,' slie a ya, ?' I list an attack of iiifla m i, wiiica left me in a weik, ex'.iau itel con dition 1 felt langu'd and tired. Everyt.iiaj wis a trouble to me. 'X'iie good appet'ta that is mtiual to me was gone; an t wliao 1 dU tik; a lif.le £-- id it me a drailful paid in the cbest. Xnere was also a str 'Dge sans*tiou ia my stom ich. I fv.t lis if I hnd eaten tco mush w.iau perhapi I h i...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

B. mm, Mould's - Bile ? Beans I L »1ms ons ot the safest and surest b Ml I - pwfctirs medicines on the ma'tket. - ? life ars cnlike motk loxativs rem „ » ' a ^ Mtti, beeaocs they act direct on & mn * ji||r the Ule dacts, eaniiiig the liver to A ' Ulna Mcrefkand cast inereaBqi Quanti- n _ iRIllr ties of this fluid into thb bowels, 'ER POX ? thus - flashing the sane out as a stream of water M0 wonld a drain. Deteetive bile seeretion causes various fVsV ailments such aa Hes^aehe,CoDitipfttlon, Cnstlre * aess, Piles, Llrar Tronble, Kheumatism, Indices* * , — : — ^ tioo, DIxxiaess. Baitlngla the Htad, ra!l I sets afterEatiojf, Ac,, to. ABiuBus taken Lllllldllud now an^ then wut keep one free from these ' digestive tronbles, their attendant evilB, and , — —————— dangetons aftereffects. When you ask for Bile Beans don't be put off with something else. If^yoa need a purgative medicine Bile ' Beans will prove eSectaU when all otbermedioines have failed. Fob Sale : Dealers ' Generally...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

ModeruMiracles^ THE DAYS OF MlftAGbBS'AatE'ii^T YKr 'ISSST. .. SCEPTICS MAY pOUBT. : SEVEN SPECIAL SURGEONBA&E .. GON VJNCEl). ? : a .ifi--r A. CIVILISED COUNTRIES JSVBBCt ' . DAY. Dr. Williams,, nf Pink Pills fame, is forcing this fact' home in all civilised countries every day. A casa in point, illustrating, com esTfoni Melb 0 u ra s. So says tlip Advocate, ?y j s . :J. s- i- * 'The greatest aiiH most extraordinary miracle which has ever occurred iu Yict^ia is undoubtedly the recovery -jf Dave^Ki'rk', Cfls'popular and dash ing ex-bhampion cyclist, who over u yeur ago, wliro training 011 the track- at Uio 'Scots GollMe, Mel bourne, was liurled from j bia machine ana . thrown with incredible-, rapidity ami violence . ou'. ta the hard ground. - The tire of his leader burst, tail thus the fateful accident was occasioned. Kirk wis picked up fioni ' where he lay ih a sensalese. heap, and was carried quite iincouicioiis 'ta 'the Melbourne. Hospital. All tlie many resources of tha...

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