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Tragedy at Forster. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Tragedy at 'Ftt^ Sydney, Weiinsadav. While the Qjsea's Birthday sports, organised by tha Otldfellown, were bting held at F^Vs^sr, Cape Hawke, yssterday, the'specta'tbr* wei-e'.atartUd by terrible screams from a hqt oti the ii))uogiiial r-- »rrv- nenr by. Constable Rogers immediately ran to tlie scCUc snd fouud'thaf fctefiiMe /tragedy bail been committed, a half-caste nafnad jaejc Fields having murdered his wife and child'anil'tlitn killed hims^f. Jack Fields was a.wheelvright by trade, and kad n.ilu lutolv .rri. c.l frnm ih^'Atjiiinirn lliu. U, butchereil his wife and child with a toinah^wk. and. ha also fatally wounded his infant baby,', 'daily vw*. months old, which was asleep in Its cot, The irur deicr.tlien aaceeedel iii.cuttiii'g his 0^5 throat. Ou the arrival of Constable Bogefs, 'lia found, Fields in rhe jict bf cuttiug bia tliioat with a rssor. Titn constable secureil tiiut on the floor.-oT^ttiB hot^ but the murderer, expired shortly *? ter^is throat being horribly gashed, '...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Caulfield v. Norton. NORTON FINED £150. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

- Caulfield v. Xortoii. i NORTON FINED jei50. - - At the Full Court at Sydheypri Thursday John Norton was called upon, to show cause why. he should not be .attached for7, having been guilty of contempt of Court, in having published comments in ' Truth';' newspaper calculated to prejudice the trial 'of an action for hiYmorlif-.. naainfili him liv -T P. T. Caulfield. ? ; ^ The Court held that the artiplejiublished in ' Truth ' on the lst instaht.'was.calcula ,'ted to iiifcerterei with -the -odministnsstion of justice, aad fined respondent !£i'50, with costs.

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 — 28 May 1898

MUSTERS: ' WANTfiD Representative Minerals of the District. : Highest price given, ? en approval, for all rarer ones. A, Or BLACK, ? Blayney,

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Cowra Appeal Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

A Cowra Appeal Case. The alleged puccjt^a pf a reaper anl bii^der .-was- ^he. .sutgeptjofaii anotlon* in the -Full Court on Mouday Jaat, Da Sly(iu3truc ted by Mr;D: M. Myers, agent' 'f at Mr. C. H. MaSou, of Cowra)', appeared.,, for the Walter A. Wood Mowing aud ^ Reaping Machine Co,, and on their behalf moved for a- rule nisi directed agaiust'Pelei' Murray and James -Smith, trtidinff as &l(irrav aiid Smith of Cowra, storekeepers, and Heury J. Byrnes P.M., of Cowrai calliug upon them to shew cetuse why they should uot be restrained from further proceeding upou(au order of Mr. Byrues, made on April. 1. - The affidavits which were filed iu.supporc of the issue of tbo rule showed that iu November, 189C, a farmer itfr Wallaroo, tie'ar Cpw'tu, 'signed a contifict witii the.i apbcllaujk Company for tlte purchase^of ti reaper aud binder, upon the time-pay meat system. 1 'Before the machine bad befill Uftid -for tbo rep'nnndr-nta Murray' nnd 'Smith seized it tinder an exe cution obt...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

|M MEMORIAM. ItELLOR. — Iq loving ranr m'irance of Mrs Johh who died at Blayney on 29th May, 1891' Life he'pr exalted in so ri«h a prizs Ai Mamma, lovely from lier native skies ; Nor envioas Death so triumphed in a blow Ai that which laid dear Matpma low. !p(iy farm and mind, dear Mamma, can we forget? In richest ore the brightest jewel set ! In thee. high'Heaven above, was truest shown As. by Hit noblest work the- Wodhead best is knowu. Advocate and Herald. I|E48UBK8; MOT MEN.' — 0 — aVTORDAY, may 28, 1898.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOU VOTE FOR NOTIONAL SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

yOU VOTE FOR NiTI0V=I. SAFETY. Jusinsaclu.il is ui s t'ougi-r than its I weake.it link, sj the W-'akhiait, aid l.trgest part of Australia is unpro.ected if a weak nud poor colouy is liable to be att c cd. If Tasmania is sdzed as a coaling base ' by a rival power, even temporarily, what enormous losses would ). 0 iuflicted 011 New '3-uth Wales and Yi^torit. ' It-is beside the question to 'argua that the Au*lo- Australian tleet1 — our Crst line of defence — will prevent ! be seizure of Tasmani 1. That fl-et miy be engaged in -a death -grapple in Torres* Straits- off the coast^of tiew Zsaland, or in the neighbemrhp'o^.^ '^E^amoa. The New South-^Waies^sEedtra^' contribution during tvvanty^ears?'s?y;^e4',6^),000, would be scoopejl ''-iii'D'ti# marau itug expedition of -t foreij|i.i eiiemyi.v With: Tasmania as a coaliugliase tbat amopnt uii.'lit be multiplied in a mouth by four. Iu other werds, the rejection of the Bill will' leave Tasmania — and ?thefefore the venormously wealthy colonie...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Commercial .. ?: iJ.S . Lixbs Jt Co. . L - 'Fat Cattle.— ibout .80 yarded, qssfjty bens - 4hk&y middling. t'he cattle y*rde 1 Ffre nearly nlH flight -w&tht jK-if«n Htid steers. \Ve adjd— 62 Jje^fT»'aiirt'»teerj for tr. Win. Smith, The^Mole. #«j. Li f . 10 Mixed fQiv various owners ; SO bows fprivi^j^. lor Air. Jas. Dilton ' at £3, IS calves, jirna owner, *VlBs. . , ? JP-t Slierj. — Mar' ^t firmer ,.fdi prims t' Other : ' HUalitv idu'I 1 We sold j-209 ewes add lamh» fot the fipringfi'dd'EtnttsCo. from 4s 11 J to 6s 5p; 100 nixed, from atoliing, at 4- 5d to §s Id. -? Stort Ciitlu. - Noiie yarded. ? . ' Hnrsui.— Marl.e- rather weaker, there being no draughts or heavy horses forwarl, and light sorts Ware hsrl to di.poss of. We sold 23 bead of light ftorssi, *t price? ranging from £1 to £4 10i on ao count of Messrs, Boxhsll, Dower. Prinoe, Holds, and oj'iars. ^.lio, on acaouut of Mr Or Ciiristy, *u'.ky at £-2, sulky at £8 17a 61, sulky at hi 17» 61 - sulky at £6 11a; and ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Nation. WHAT YOU VOTE FOR WHEN YOU STRIKE OUT "NO" ON JUNE 3RD. YOU VOTE FOR UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Tiie Mew: Nation. U-V. WHAT YOU VOTB FOB WHEN YOU Sl'lUKii OU L' ' KO ' ON JUNE 3bd. f 3y ' Price Warong.'! 1. TOU V'TiS FOR UNION. You vote for uuiou with your brothers, with uisn of the. sama race, hnritage,institu . lions, and aspirations. You will give potitic 1 ttnity wh?re now. there is political sever ance between brother and brother.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

WESTERN PRICES. - Stdnet, Thursday nijflit. ,, ; Rsdfera— Forty-tbros tracks manifested. Lu »ern« : M'Kibbin. Brcwnnf'.e, passu!. Hay: Bennett, St. Mary e, passed. - Chaff: Muck and Aaitin. Narro.niuc, 3- lOd ; A'B.'ckstt, Wellington 9a ; li. 1'eck, Bjayt ey. 3s 5J. ? ? ' Flour, £1116] to XI 2 IOt j wheat, prime, 4i 8d . $ ) 4s 101 ; inaizs, to ?« 34.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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POINTS ON THE FEDERAL CONTROVERSY [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

P0IN1'S ON THli FiiDliRAL 00XTB0Y ER3Y It ii wonderful that tho aii'i Federalists imSyd n:'.V are fiilt shrieking that there can lie no' Feiie rat.'oLi without Q.jeen -l ml, whilst only ti-e other ?I iy their lo.idsr vvai deploring to the people iu tha Nonlrjrn Rii-i-i-s the terrible -li-aiter that would come to tlinn under their Cunstiiution Bill because Q'leeiiitand was certaiu to shortly adopt it if New, tijiitlt Wales 11 iw aceeptn l.it. To those anti-Federalists who say, reject this Bill j an1 »ii shall help you to frame another with all the defects of tl 0 i rcsjnt one ramoveJ, we ask how is this new li li to coins into existence? It can only be frami 1 uitli 1 1 1 3 cjuient of tlio majority of the people and the -majority of the States. That is evictly the way the preec.it Bill, if accepted, csn be amen-led. Then, why hot accept it, ai|il if it is fonud il-fe, tive iu any impirtaut feature, and; amend, as its provisions allow you. The Daily Telegraph, in its sprcial.issnr, re...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

CHURSH M®TilSiS§. CWaea ofEnoland.— To-morrow services will ' be held as follows : —Blayney, 11 a-i 1 7-3J ; Kind's .. Plain», 3— K«v, W. K- IIovfell. Newbridge, 7,33— |t»«. J. Onyons. P^BSlTTiRtAif.— To-morrow servers Till bj con ducted aa follows Blayney, 11, and Millthorpe 3— Bev. J Adam. Blayney, 7.30 — Rev. £. Walker, of New Znlind. IfaaLETAX.—To-m'jr.-ow 'ser /ice's will ba hell as (?Mows:— Blayney, 11 ; Ns»ill«, 3 ; Ma i.larma, 7 JO— Rev. A. S. Swift. Xortoa, 3 ; - Blayney, ' fJO-rilr. E, Bennett*. CiTitOLiQ Chdbch (Parish of Gircnar). first Sunday — Carjoar, 8.39 a.m. Blayu.'y, 11 (k.m. aad 7-3- p.m. SecCad Saeday— Blayney, 8.3) a.m. . Carcoar, {l a.ia.aad 7.30 p.m. TbirJ ,SaaJay— Carcoar, 8.33 a.m. 'and 7.30 y.ia. Blayuey, 11 a.m. Tqarth Sunday—' Vittoria, 11 a.m. Blayney, f.30 p.m. JRfth Sunday (when occurring) — Neville, 11 ft.ta. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. The Presbytery, C-ircoar, 24th June, 1897.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE FEDERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

? THE FEDERA.L 'ELECTION. It is notified in tiie Government Gazette that the' following are the p'illing piic03 in thu W^st Macquarie and Cowra electorates, at any ouo of which electors are entitled to vote on Friday next, 3rd June, upon the question of the acceptance or rejection of the Federal Constitution : — ' ' v J '.-1; For the West Macquarin electorate lil iyney ; l-rown s Ureek ; tlobby s Yards ; King's Plains; Millthorpe; Neville; New bridge ; Vittoria ; Barry ;? Burraga ; Porter's lietreat ;? Ciloola ; Fitzgerald's Valley ; Ligsoii, oh Campbell's River ; Perth ; Judge Creek ; ltbckley ; Swatuhfield ; Trunk cy Creek ; Big«a ; Peelwood ; , Tuena ; lllanki-t Fiat; Junction Point; Mount David. ... J For the Cowra electorate : — Canowindra ; Burnt Yards; Carcoar; Gailey Swamp; Lumpy Swamp ; Lyndhurst ; - Muudurama; Back Creek, at crossing of Givntoll Road ; Cowra; Cowra to Canowindra Road, at Walleroo Hall ; Cowra to Goolagong Road, at Walsh's; Co ,vr.i to Young Road, at Dennis...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

B£,AYNEY:HARDEN LINE. ? UP. ? a.m. v.ixj, — fBlnyoey... ~ ...Dep. ,4 65 , i) 65 , 12 Oarcoar ? C 45 10 36 17 Maudurama ? 6 5 10 4S 19 Lyu3luu'at ? 6 22 11 1 22 Gai-laud ? a a 27 Siran Ponds ? a a SO Waugoola ? a a 85 Woodstock ... .... 7 27 11 50 43 Holm wood ... ...7 55 12 12a. m 46 Cowra ? Arr. 6 10 12 23 Stop „ ... ...Dep 3 «0 32 40 60 Wattamadarra ... n G4 Koorawatba ? 4 43 1 30 69 Oroirtjkar ? ? a 74 Beiidjck Morrel ... n 80 Mputeaglo ... ... a SO Rnrranirnnc ? a U2 Young ? Arr. 6 2G 2 60 „ . . ...Dep. 6 56 8 0 103 Kiugsvnle ? a 110 Darnouih'ille ? ? 8 10 8 50 111 Murfumburrab ... ti a 119 Ufli'dcn ? Air. 8 30 4 5 DOWN.: a.m. p.tn. — Harden ? Dep. t- 20 9 10 ;2 Murriimburrah ... a a S; Domondrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 Kingsvalo ? a a 21 Young ? A.vr. 7 51 10 20 ? .. Dop: 8 6 10 25 23 Burrangoug ? a a 88- Monteaglo ... ... a a 89 fiendick Morrel ... a . a 44 Oowtber - a a 49 'Koorawatba ? 9 S4 11 53 57 Wattaraada'rra ' ... a a.m. 67 Gown ... ...Arr. 10 45 12 88 Stop p.m. „ ... ...Dcp ...

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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

AX L WAT TIMT^-TABLE: ? ro'VN I BtaUog. J PftgB. | gall, «.nii p.iu — 8r-JB£y ... ... ... Dep 10 IS 8 0,. ? Homebdih... ? ? ... ,,i ? Is Oranrillg ... ... ... ... ' ... . . ; 14 Parraawltt ? ? ... ... 8 21 II' Blickt-»tn ? ? ... ... St ? Biot# 1111... ... ... ... ... 89 fil, MarjY... ... .;. ... ... 34 P^nAtfa^ ? Arr. Jl 88 9 0 ? „ ... i.. Dep. 11 80 0 6 . SO Em]FInii ? ? 1185 tlOa 89 Lueaerille ... ... ? ? a 40 Qlenbrcelt ... ... ... .... 1160 12 Holland... ... -... ... 11 S7o ... ' *5 K»r»bBr '. ? ,,i ' *'K' ' ... p m. *S The y»ll*5\.. ? 18 6a ... 48 Spring»o»l ? ? ? ... 18 16 4lB. Fsulronbridge ? 12 23a ... SS: KvuntU ... ... ? ? a ®-- Ijinflen ... ... ... ... 18 84 64 Wtiooford ... ? ? 12 45a 68 Bateibrcolt ... ... ... a ' 63 Lawson ... .-. ? 1. 4 10 30 62 Wsntworh Falle ? J 120 ...? ?-6 K«toom%» ? 11IS 11 fi W M«d!ow ? ? « 78 Blsckt«a& ? 2 U ED a w» »r . -rr. , . » Arr 3.1 11 39 VI M«ant Victoria ... J D#j 2 80 11 61a '61 Horlley Yala ? 2 39a 13 la.ni 63 Ball ? ? ? ... ...

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 — 28 May 1898

tOOTHiOilE. THE new remedy. VICTORY CDBI3 FOR -TOOTHACHE AND NEUilAL jIA, curesthe worst case within ten minutes, Innumerable lestimonials. A eonsiderable number of our cuatoajurs have alraady trisd the neT7 remedy. Victory Cure for Toothache aud Neuralgia, ami have in every iu stance been cured. It is certainly a moat wonderful eaedy, and wft trust it will become wid.:!y !;.io-v. Huou MontjOuf.uie, Charles Pietzk n Joseph Coombs, S Coombs, Annum G. Coouns, Storekeepers, Maralan. The above Kimedy can be had at the OHicc ol his Paper. calities, at work for us. New business. Ail meet with wouderful success. A.uyonn can ido the wurk. You dont need capital, oi about tho same as ilonc. We will start you. No spaco to explain bore. 13ut you c.iu | Biake a snug litile. formne honor.iiiiy unu easily.'1' The employment is pa'tk'.uliirh niapted to the region iu which this pu!-!i cation circulates. Boys anJ girls earn ue w ly as much as mei*. Full particulars nil justractioa.s ui.iiled frje. No...

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 — 28 May 1898

BLAYNEY POST OFiTICE. AROTAti OF MAILS. Daily (Sundays excepted) frjm Sydnrr, 11 il!:Ur-t3 Granrillf, Giulbuin llarden C;riioar, Alandur amn, Luidhurst, Wi.ojstock. OarUnd, Co«r », Brown's O^pek, T.P.O. Sc. 2 West, X.l'.O. Ko 2 Soui b, OitonPaik. From Norton, Uarrv, Shaw, Neril'p, an 1 Kind's PUino on Xuc»d»j-', Tburjisy#, un t Sa'ii'ila. f From Gi-egUamstjwu and V.tto.ii on \V iluc;day* ot.d Saturday r. DRPABTCBB OF MAILS. Daily (Sundays cxcpid) to Sydney, Habile!, Goulburr, Hor.lor, Gr.i»ville, C.ircjj^, llit: dursma, Lyndl.urtl, WuodstA'i, Otilt d, Oowig, BrOAii's Creek, Ort n Park, I'.P.O. Nj. 2 \\W, I'.I'.O. N . 2 io Hi. ? To If jrtbn, Uevilf, Slian', liurr; , and Ki- g'- Pliinr on Xursdu]^, Jli.rsd.y , and Suturdijf. To Orogbumetuwn aad Vntu:i.i on VVean.tdtjj and Saturdajs. Pi!*ni Post AGS. The rate of postage, under the conditions of the Apt, on letters posted in the distriit ftooi and to any of the following post offices is Id Birry, Blayney, Brown's Greek, hurut Yarja, Crt...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Monte Carlo. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Monte Carlo. Monte Carlo, writes our Paris correspon dent, has not had a very ba-J year, if the | annual balance-sheet up to October 31st cau be relied on. The total receipts were 14,850,000fi\, against 19,850, OOOfr. in the previous fiscal year. The expenditures were as folio w» : — Civil list, of Prince Albert of Monaco, 2,000, OOOfr. ; police, gendarmes, schools, and public walls, I,oJ0,UU(Jff. ; directors, admin istrators, croupiers and servants, l,000,00(Jfr; theatre, orchestra, races, regattas, pigeon shooting, and charities, 800, OOOfr. ; adverti sing, 500, OOOfr. ; fares grant* d to un'ucky gamblers to return to their homes, 100, OOOfr, and a like sum iu order to prevent any sui cide on the premises. Notwithstanding the last mentioned items, no le-s than thirty-five persons committed suicide in consequcuce of their losses.

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

FEDERATION, At Caroar on M inday night last Messrs'. R.; E. O'Connor, M.L.C, and- Waddell aiid Mackay/'Ms.P., delivered addresses : On the ' Convention Bill in the Academy of Music. O ring to the unfavorable weather the atten dance was moderate. The Mayor (.\lder Vnin Byrnes) occupied ' the chair. Mr. O'Connor declared that to refuse this bill meant ciertain destruction -of the possibility - of Federation for a. whole -century, because politics were incapable of staguatidn, and' musS 'either advauce or retrograde. ? Prbba bly its rejection now -.would comuiience a most fatal disunion of the colonies, a ccom- panio.l by untold disaster. Mr. Waddall charged the opponents of tha bill with only deiling with possibilities and concealing probabilities. Colonel Mackay urged im mediate Federation in view of tho probable invasion of the colonial shores by the Rus sians, in the event of n European war,' which seemed now imminent. ' At the con clusion of the addresses, a vote in favor of feder...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mr R. Crabb. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

9Xr R. Crabb. . The Molong Argus says : — Mr R. Crabb, the temperance lecturer, who is as well known trom one end of the colony to -the other as the proverbial bad pinny, held forth uuder the Council's tree on S tturday night to a large audience. As usual, some of the gay young sparks sought to take a fall out of the cold water advocate, but they reckoned without the Crabb who can ' nip ' /.«. J n l.ni- m«.,. ? V..ll„ utm v uio-ku n iiav jxju iiic«u^ ll»iunj hard when he's in the humor. Here are a few of Saturday nights plums : — Young Man : '? When tdid you come down 1 ' Mr Crabb: ' I don't know, but you had better mind or you 11 go up — on the gallows.' Giddy Young Bloke : '.Say, lend us yer rat mister ? ' Mr Crabb : ' It would be no j good to you if I did ; this is a MAN'sJ hit I ' Beery Boy : ' What hic-about-hic-the Mo loag marble ? ' Mr Crabb : ' I can't say, bat you leak like a marble the way you're rolling about ! ' Beery Boy : '? Yer don't hic-shay sho.' ' You ought to be i...

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 — 28 May 1898

'Football. The Blayney .Warriors and Junjiors. wjll play, a match this -(.Saturday) afternoon, and gre it ^interest i* taken in the event. The WaVriors are a great deal heavier than ^he Juniors, but tha light brigade, are trusting to their condition to pu!l them through. Tup Wabriohs' Tram.— J. Davis, Geo. Dtvis, A. Patterson, F. Mallon, W. Baker, W, Moore, J.: Martin, M. Marsh, J. Yepjr, J. Tindall, H. O Mara, C. Counell, P. Luck, F. Thom is, A. HJ.Nichiftllrf emergencies, W. Harris, A. Sliakospear, and Volkraau. Juniors' Tisam. — T. Black, M. Cooper, W. Marsh, J. Bromfield, D. Inch, A. 01i-.*er, D. Williams, W. Mellor, J. Isiac, A. Piul, A. Pittcrson, J.Jones, — Pile, H. Jones, W. Marshall ; emergencies, W. Roger, W. Mullein, and Jas. Williams. ? ? Play will commence at 3 p.m. Roll up, barrackers.

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