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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

Requisition. TO HIS WOBSHIP THE MAYOR OF BLAYNEY. CTT'E, the 'undersigned, respectfully re W quest you to convene n meeting of Citizens of-Blayiiey for FRIDAY EVEN ING, 15thiustaut, for llie purpose of deci ding as to who shall contest the present Election in opposition to Mr. W. P. Crick — Mr. Crabb or Mr. Hurley. ? - - ERNEST A. WOODWARD STANLEY J. HURST JOHN MELLQR ARTHUR HEWISH ALFRED S. SWIFT ! JAMES W. BLACK Gentlemen,— I|i response to tlie above Requisition,1 I hereby convene a PUBLIC MEETJNGto be held in tho Town Hall this (Friday) Evening nt 8 o'clock. JACOB RUSSART, - . Mayor. : Government N'otice3. ?ELECTORAL DISTUICT OF WEST MACQUARIE. GENERAL ELECTION, 27th JULY, 189S I HEREBY notify that I am this day in rcceipt of a Writ from His Excellency the Governor, directing the holding of an Election for the return of a Member to eeri e iu the Legislative Assrmbly of New South Wales for llie Electoral District of West Macquarie, and. that the DAY OF NOMI NATION for such Electio...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Unholy Alliance. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

\tk fttboljr Alliance. l)urin» the recrnt cauap»iga on the Coi yention Bill we gave Mr. liitton, ami those1, following him, our most loyal support,- be liering as we. did that the JJ;1I whs ono tint n.ny reasonable person could not olijr-ot pod which would have beun the foun l:itiua ftone upon wli-ch to buiM blie f jturi fedar ation of th.o Auitrilun colonies. U nEovtuu fteljr the Bill was rejected, as the uiiiiiiuum vote of 8Q,0Q0 «a,s uiit recorJe I iu iis fii^ or. Bat siiii e t^n -re haTB altt-'roii our ; vie%ys, j (iots3 regards tim Bill but us re^urds the, f.cV:nowledged leader, JJr. Barton, t-spsciidiy Federation is to be the issue at the furth coming -elections. For what has Mr Billon don?. Instead of allying l.iinsrlf witli those fnen who fought side by tide with liiin in $he recent -campaign he selects a batcli o£ nien. aimtigft whom ara nuny who stumped the country iu opposition to tli'e Bill for which he was tJis foremost and' 'blrongest ' supporter. When Mr. Barton decid...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Travelling Sheep. KING V. CUNDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

Travelling Slieep. K1SG V. CUSDY. - _ A question of groat importance with :re-'. gard to the travelling of sheep wus before the Chief Justice in Chambers on Wednes day. The mitter arose out of an nppeal froiu the determiiiation of three justices o£ . the jieace in a proceeding liofore tbem at^ 'Civvcoir, in which Chafles Beechwor.th King. ot U.trcoar, stocK nispecipi, was uie com plainant, and Caleb Gundy of Dungeon, the dcifenda'it. Mr. Garland (iiistnicted by the Crown Solieitor).appeared in support of ithe-- appeal. There was no uppearanc-i oubelialfc .£. nf the respondent. ' Thir inforjli.ition id this easo ailegi'd that'on or about Mnreh 'C, 185S: tho defendant, '-lii-ing in charge of nbout 25Cn - - _r 'travelling sheep, did travel the^same in thif ' --*-1 sheep district of Carcoar without beling pro vided with a travelling stateme it .as required. b^ the Act. Tlio defendant' first 0/ «Ii; pleaded guilty, but at the request of the Bench he withdrew his ple.i, and the matter was...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Crick the Wrigglar. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

. CrJcU ifee Wrlgghr. In, «(Mre?s-»xs a 'L?e!'PS of -lflfet®rs at the Town. Hall, Bl ivnf-y, on Friday evening, I 8th instant, Mr. Oiick tiade reference to ? somp remarks of our* in the last issuo :of Ihis'papT concerning a stiitemfiit of- his'bn the eve of the last, eleulin*. ^latintr to the ?ikAMtaM nfitiA'TilavnAif P-vt(*i-m9o P.A.utM^.A Th«.fitstetnen(i rrtnd^ l»y Mr. was to ilia effect that '' wdiatcvcr corrfspoi doncg he iace} red from the «ccreta-y of thaFrogiftss Ottiinmittea ho wo ili! consign *o h^-'Wn'Ste ba* .»t and take no otiee of it. Ho now t\3pudi'-t£-S !' ''fing suc'h statement, but ,st ales what lje really did say yas, that un- . !eVs the Kecret:iVy wrole to him iu .i civiL . ni'inner he would take no n'olico of such correspondence Such auassti'tiui proves litni to b'i a wpigglei1 of the deepest dye, for thvi'e was no neei of suifli a qualification to what he did say on thq matter at the time, as whatever corrrspondence passed between Mr. Crick anil the .secretary ...

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 — 16 July 1898

At the Grocery Store. WHAT IS TALKED ABODT. Tli era is a neat anil natty grocary store at tits corner of Rahdnwn ami Py.lnierston streets, Mel biiirnc, when one can ahv.iyj drjp in for an inter ??sting c!i:U with' tho pcoprletsjrcss, Mrs. Margaret' It 1S3, who assists liur ? hiisbin l in managing tlte business. ' The theme upin which the conversation; fiv'ijae illy t. inn is thi 111 iri'e!lnii3 recovery froni,; iienr iliia which Mrs. Rus has eKferienced through using 1):'. WiHia.tis' Pink l'itts for Pale Peoplf. A. rep-M tsr drtippVI in it the store recently, and to liim Mra. UoiVvery kindly narrated tier experience.. - I ha v.; Ivieu a«reat sutrurer'fi'oni.ueii.ratgta far ' I nil or twelve ya.irs' she s:tid, ' liat nothing re lieved me except Dr Williams1 Pink Pills for Pale l'copltt, which alone have effscted a cn're. A1 1*. cli iti^cs of seasini proved futile to arrest .my milady. During tho duy time my sufferings wera piiuful, liiit'ou retiring tu. rest/ the agony I euf-' ? tere...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

BLA.YNET-HARDEN LINE. UP. «.iu. p.ui, — Blayney..; ...Dep. '4 55 9 '55 ' 12 Carcoai' ? ? ? 5 45 10 dG 17 Slaudurama ? 6 6 10 41 19 Lyujhuret ? 6 22 11 i 22 Garlatid ... ? a a 27 Swan Ponds ... ... a a 80 Wapgeola ? a a 85 Woodstock ... ... 7 27 11 CO 43 Holmwood ... ... 7 55 12 12:i.ui 46 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stoj) p.111. ; „ ? Dep 8 50. 12 40 I 56 Wattamadarra ... t- 64 Koo;'awatba ? 4 43 1 80 09 Crowtber ? a 74 Bendick Morrel ..J a ... ? B0 Moutenglc ? I a 90 Burraugoug ? a K2 Young ? Arr.! 6 20 2 50 . i ...Dep.] 6 50 8 0 103 Kiugevnle ? a 110 Demoudrille ? 8 10 8 iO 111- Murrumbuirab ... a a 128 OflfJnu ? Arr. 8 30 4 5 DOWN. a.ui. p. 10. — HtrdGii ? Dep. 6 20 9 10 2 Murrumburrah ... a a 8 Demoadrillo ? 0 48 9 30 10 £iogsva!e ? a a 21 Zonag ... ...Arr. 7 51 10 23 „ ... ..Dap. 8 0 10 25 23 Burrangoug ... ... a a 1 83 Monceaglo .... ... a ' a 83 Beudict Mor»l ... a a 44 Orowtber ... ... k a 49 Koortwatba ? 9 51 11 53 57 Wattamadarra ... a a.m. 67 Cjwra ? Arr. 10 45 12 83 Stop p.i...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE. DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

AIL WAT TIM E- I A CLE . I'O »'N I fttatioa, . 3 J .l'aag. ( gall. , . . H.||)« p.M. : — 8r'-f»(y ? Dep 10 15 8 0.*.! ? Hoinebuih ... ;.. ... 13 Granville ? ? ? 14 P«rramatta... ... .,. ,, ... . S it 24 Blacktown ? i ? » Rsoij IIJ1 ? ? tl St. IturyV ? .... ? ? ** Pfurtsh ~ ? Arr. II 25 9 « - ? ? Dep. 11 30 8 « pa Ban'Mains ? 11 35 9 10« #9 LuMerills ... ... - ? a 4» Olentrcok ? 1160 ... '42' fll.iliHd ... ... ? 11 '87a ... 45 Earabar ... ... ... -a ? ... . put. & The Talk; ? ... ... 12 6a ... 48 Spring wooi ? ... 12 16 ... j SB FmiV onbrifige ? 1 2 23a 62 Kumanti* ? a ... 63 Linden ? ? ... l! 81 «4 Wrodford ? 12 45« ... 6fi Hnieibrook ... ? a fcS T.nwoon ? 14 10 80 ?3 Went n-rrh Fall ? 120 Sit Kitomha ? 1 39 II 6 ?TO i Med'.o^ ? « T? UlacU.cn'b... .. ? 8 U 89 .... „ . -rr i ? * Arr 11 11 39 f/ Meant T.clom ... iD#i 2 g9 u gJa 81.' Ifsrlley Va'e ? 2 39a IB In. in €8; Ball ? 2 1« 12 S t(8 i O arrnee S dir.g ? 3 2 12 24 S2.ZUZ.e-. ? ...... 3 15 12 37 *5 Kak Ba :k I ? ? 3 23 IS ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

f TOOTH^Caii THE new remedy, VICTORY COH3 FOR TOOTHACHE. AND NEURALGIA, cures the worst casa within tea minutes, Innumerable 'I cstimonials. A considerable . number of our euntoiiiers have already triad the new remedy, Victory Cure for Toothache nnd Neuralgia, and, have in every in staace been tured. It is certainly * nns* wonderful esaedy, and we trust it will becjiue wid.'ly k-.io v. BUOH l!0NTr;t»M3?!IE, CnARLKS P1BT7.X n Jossm OooJtDs, S Coombs, Author G. Cooaas, I Storek;epars, tfu-aUa. I The above Humody can be had &t the O&ce oi his Paper. j ft PER DAY to jollities, at wprk for U3. Now bu.oi.uss. A'l meet with w.itidci ill success. Auyotie cau '-do the work. You dout ueed tanital, fi ??'-out the same as noire. We will start »a. Ko tipace t;- explain here. But yon cm iTif.kp a enug little f.irtune liouora.b!y au.J ttsily, The cuiployment ii p;i-'lir.ii!ai,!v adapted to the region iu whitsli i!in ptibli ration circulates. B;»ys anil gir'U earn ue ir ly as tuuch ...

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 — 16 July 1898

BLATXKY POST OFFiCE. ahkival of jiaim. Daily (Sunioyt esirepti'd) frjvn Sydupy, Bitl.u.'-t, Granvi ie, Gjulburn llarten, C»rooa-, IIV.Hut ama, Ljndliurat, VVioletock, Qirlmid, Ooivri. Brown's O.cc-k. T.l'.O. No. 2 \W-r, T.P.O. Ko £8ou'l], O.ton I'atk. Front Norton, llarrv, Shatv, Neville, an! K:iig'j '? 'Wniiie on Tucsd»v», Thursday.-, uiid Sru ila-.'s 'Frjra -Gftighanut 1 wu and V tto.ii ou W u. e.diys ' ' i*Ld Sa'.urdayr. j' DErAKTOEB OF MAILS. Daily (Sundays exc p ed) to Sydney, Balms', : Goulbun1, IlarJen, Q-riuvilie, Cnreji', M.n durams, Lyndliurrt, Woo-iet^cli, O..1I1 d, Cmra, Brown's GrooV, Ortin Pari, I'.P.O. Jw. 2 Wee-, T. l\0. N . 2 io tli. To If ;rk n, Ncril'e, Shaw, Harr , and Ki'g'« PI .i- i on T'Ji'idaip, ill rid..y , and isl.uid.ij ?. To Qieglmmstt-frn and Vaiu;ia on Wccu rd vs and t'uturdaji. Pesky Postaob. Tlx rite of postage, under the conditions of the A «*, on letters posted in tile district fioai a:id to any of the fo!lo\ting post offices is Id:— lJirry, Blaysey...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

Football; The Blayney Juniors and Oriuge Oar Boys C letois mat at Blayney o.i Siturday last, aal aft.vr a well-sJntitfcai g,cnie end ad in a dra,*y, n^iLh.'r sid ; sjoriu.'. The Juni ors did ncit'play U ,) Xo'toT;iina~!Tl!'foroi1'''''the for.var-li' being slow, and' the b.iekA raen inuliiii^ considerably. — But the t:vikliug on b.ith sides was good. an t taken _all.J,IU'flUgJl the: gams was a.gootl one. D.- Williams, ' S- llussell, ami A. Paul showed best form on the Juniors' side. Mr. L. Galo wb.s a most efficient and impartial umpire. ' The Warriors forfeited to Dubbo on', Saturday last. ? There is only another uiatch fixed' to take place in the second junior competition— Our Boys v. Rodd's Creek. The Blayney Juni ors have 18 competition points 'to their credit, War/it ah C 16 points, Our Boys G 10, and Rodd's Creek 8. As a win is tonly '4 points; tho Juniors1 ' position in. tlie compe tition cannot be altered. In tho competi tion matches the Juniors have scored 17 paints against ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

ITCHING PILES. *-$oy one win suffsj'3 from . jdiSj^terrihlo plngn?'j Hchiog 'r-fvyiti .45 ;z»ma' will ?a.iyraci'itu the io^jdiaij.':i'«fi4^..i!i I pjrm t 11a.1t cure thai e si;ili-ro it*-' 1 tho use of i'oau's Oiusmeuf. It iiiver ^jiiis. . . Frae ?Samples at J. D. Matthias' riiaruiaey July 29. ' Wood's Great Pejiperinint Cure for Coughs nd -3-)ld«i nevor fails, 1/0 aud 2/6.

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 — 16 July 1898

FRE£. FREE. TO EID2* EY SUFFEHEBS AN OPPOUTOXITY WOETHV OF YOUR KOTIC-E. If you suff .1 with ki lncy disease or any ailment arising from nu improper aetiua of the l&iliipy?, or uriuary orgrin«t this oiler we make ti- the people xfi Hlayii^y hiiouttl iij'.oroet you. In the a Ivmuclmiwiu of m=ijicrtl sciJitcc, the kidneys leirt^ almost the oigunB of the ^r^atest importnuce to lunuan have udI been neglcotc.l, auti in l»:*forey-iu fiacU ft cure bo* -'6 Backache . Kidut-y Pit In, the proprietors rccoguiss how far sa uutiy s^atoiueuU of the nmki'M ot &iniilar prfpamt ons iuve fa lcn «liort of i heir claims, and -u c coavinced tli-it m nmetiy ior kivUicy comptuiuts iu cxi-t aos tqti i'.ti Daiii'jj liackache Kidney Pj)U for such aiijucnti being streDytheacd in Uiese c )Uvisiiona hy ic,t;r.i Umt ar« \iuiiy icceivc 1 of. t!*e worls thsy ui-ii doing for tnaiikiiid'd buth O:. Oii backs and young Inch* are v nivt -niiy frend from oever-ce.ikiu^ nches aud inauy a hiuie i-ii J sl.a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WEST MACQUARIE ELECTORATE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

WEST MACQii.UUK HLli Jl'OPvVTi:. To thi Editor. S:r,— The Fed. r.i'iils uf West Mjvquarie have tici'ii li BOe l in a '1'ianrittry us to whom Kit-y li-*n -1 mipp'iit t_,n the 27-li i.tjtunl. »Sc -eral Frtielr.uU'i s (wlio are I'Ydcraiisis-) nre ilisSH,:i-fit-,l at t lit: ling D'liiili^r »,f Pi-iit-'eliOiii^ts s dented ny tli-s l'V'.l ! ,ij. .As^ouiiLio i to lij;ht im.t.'r tliu Im l.'isliiji of ili^ Durum, liut of ilu'iii ha^e jn'uv«.i loyal fj.l'.raliatp, ant worthy ?'! ihe bU|i;i-ri ol Fie. trailers. In C iwra tlivy lime Mr M ii idd.; lialhurst. Ml H ittur ; Orange, Mr Di.Ur.i -a l tit whom f inylir heart and *»o'U iu fnvonr of llie Fed er.d Hid In WVst Miicqitiirie it i.i j-ist i!m i»;hi--- siie. We have Mr Critk selected l y tlie l?.d.ial Afancifilinn ; an I his opponents are Jilejard Cral/.i; and Hiirl'.y. Mr Kuiiey was in favour of the Hill; whilst Mr Cr-itil' alio jirovnl hiunelf a line Federa'Nt.l.y tratellin^ through (lie cwuutiy bini ndvocuting tlie aeceplan.e 111 tne Biif, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

Mdiulurama. Tfjom ocn c ):in.Tsr.)N'r.Exx.] Mr. T. Waddell addressed a large meeting of electors in t'.ie School o£ At ts on Tuesday night, Mi'. James Bembrick being in the chair. The meeting wae very demonstrative Mr. Waddell being loudly cheered as he proceeded will his address,' m which he dealt with nil the chief topics absorbing public attention. He de dfe elaborately with the question of Federation, , supporting M r. Barton's views aud strongly condemning ,Mr. Reid nil 1 Mr. Lyne for not. stating at the Convention that lliey could not support tho Enabling Bill uul.'.ss ccrtajo alterations were made. Mr. Waddell spoke for over an hoor and a half. 'At-. tlie close of the meet ing mi influ oi'i.il coiimiittee was formed to S'Ttiro .Mr. Waddcll's return to Parliament. Tim Stahl tesiimouial was brought to a conclusion this week by the funds being forwarded to ihein in Victoria, tho sub scribers wishing llicni 'to buy any article they may wish. Oolds arc very prevalent just now, nea...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

K OTE^ AND COMMENTS. Y'sur Oiie Jiinfc Great psrinlul* Co.r»i for GjujU? au i O jIiH 1/G &:id 2/6 jMint.'O Bo 3li. — R-ceni developmputs show that tlierSis a bright a:il pro nidn; future for Bjijfuey. ?. Since Mfe -old ';Xiiuan '] -l.i!e (inc.v Uno'.yn avthn G.-a it TjUV iey C.-ni]i iny) has l^esn'll Jated, several tittenvjts have been 411 1 Ip - to.s'i carh ' other pViipartie; here. £2T3Q''hiive been of&niJ fVr tlie Q u^'iey's Hill mi ie, at present worke 1 by a local syndicate. OniTU'iriY.— We ri'gret to lwv« t- recosd the death of Sir. George 15. S .rrell, railway gtnger at BKyney, which took pi icd yesU'r i lay morning at 1 o'clock. IXvea-cd was suffering from typhoid fever, and was 31 years of age. His remain - went to Orange ?vesier.lay by the 12 o'clec'c train for burial. — Mr. Wibiam Kelly, of Ne vhri lgi-, die 1 on Thursday, lie was G3 years of ag.', and has bei'ti suffering for about 12 months with a cancer in the stomach. - ? A Fact. — On Wednesday night a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Political Situation. MR. WADDELL AT CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

Tlic Political Situation. MR. WADDELL AT CARCOAR. Mr. Wnddell, the fe leral candidats for Cijwra, addressed a large number of electors at, C ircoar on Fridiy night, 8th instant. The Mayor (Al Jerman Byrnes) occupied the chair. Mr. Waddell stated ha had intro duced successfully several bills during the past eleven years. He was instrumental, through the Minister, in ongiging the un employed for l-he Uo-an Scrub. Jle advo cated the. establishment of St*t-? nurseries for fruit trees, and desired the atn-'iidineut of the Land Act, and to reduce surveyors' abnormal valuations for inferior land, which was hot crippling small selectors. The latter were charged Is an acre oa their con d.iio i*! leases, and the pas'oralist only 3 1 Tne sel :i:to:s were also prevented, under the Act, from increasing their holdings, lie aJvoc-ited a closer settlement. He would reduce the Legislative Council by one-half, and make, it elective ; alVl al-o reduce the Assembly by one-ha'f upon Federation. He would...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

Some aiuufcing incidents in conncctioti with the federai polling are repurted. At one booth an clectur turned tip 10 vote in a rather hazy stale of sobriety. As lie could not real nor write, the bi'oth h -.d to be cleared while lie gave his vote, and the billot paper was explained to li.ui. This in accor dance with tim regulation which .';a-.s the returning officer shall assist any uiector w-hose education does not enable him to dis tinguish between the yes and no. Tlio - lec tor remained closeted a long lim;1, and when he emerged ho was asked how he Ind voted. The festive one stopped and scratched his hear). mi77.ii»:l .-mil fiiinHv- «ni.l mI'i.ji. long thought, ?' To tell the honest truth, I'm dashed if I know.:'' It is announced by the L-nidon 'Daily Chroniclu ' that Colonel EilkVaivl Ilmton, t'.Ii, A D.C. to the Queen, and formerly Commandant of the New South Wales mili tary foiees, is to be appointed Commandant of the Canadian militia. A number of publicans were charged :iL Wel...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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MR. CRICK AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

MR. CRICK AT BLAYNEY. Mr. Crick addressed a larga mseting of - electors at the Town Hall on Friday nigh', Sth install tj the Major ( ^ldennan lluisart) bung in the chair. Mr. Crick suited that the Opposition had decided to suppoit Mr. I Barton, and the question now put to candi dates is : ' Will you support Air. Barton,' who is in favor of federation, or Messrs. Reid I and Want, who are against; it I ' This and I the other col oniss were unanimous iu sup- | porting Mr. Uatton, and the. people wirre , looking to him to bring in a Biii that would j be approved by the people of this c,d»ny i and accepted by tho oth ??v c ikmies; The speaker then strongly denjuneed Messrs Reid and Want., aud also their p'ati'oriu. j He said that federation would b3 the on y question considered ia the new Parliament if Mr. Baiton was Tttunwd with a inajjiity. If the Reid Government was strong for fede ra ion they would rot have the tupport of the Labor Parly, who ar,; opposed to any form o£ federation. H...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

Woman's Power. 'THE POWIiR lil?tJIND THE Tli HON ii. The powar of .1 beautiful wom-iii over met) is a thing often commented on, hnc the wom^.u^inust be hc-antiful. A '.vdtuan is only lieAutiful an ! powerl'nl un.ler certain condition-. The most stringent of- which Is g iod health, a 'hing, uuforttmaiely. which is very hard to fi id amoii^ women of t»-dny. Marriage is on the decline wo are told, and ono of the chief reasons for this is that the average man is veiy hard to satisfy, lie wants as nearly pcrfect a wotuan, mentally, morally, aud physically as i-- pjssible, and iu the present day very few such women exist. I i-j notour purpose to deal with the first two attributes mentioned ; Lu: tho l.uter, which is by no uieaus the least important, is well worth a few words which caunot fuil to be of intere.-t to all women, married or single. The woman of to-day does not give her self enough aueatiou in the prapei- direction: a .itt-le time taken f.om the study of tlie latest f.uliions n...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. BARTON WILL OPPOSE THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 16 July 1898

ME. BARTON WILL OPPOSE THE PREMIER. Mr. Barton opened the Federal campaign at the Protestant H ill, Sydney, on Tuesday night. Mr. A. II. Gray occupied the chair, and there was a crowded attend mcc On a-cending the p'.-itform, the lender of (he Federal party reci'Jvtd prolon-ied cheers, w ith were renown! wben he rose t-- speak, jn opening liis address lift said that Mr. fir-id had stated, on the previous night, that ' o one wai ready to meat him in l\ing Division, lie ( '-f r. Barton)-'-li.id besn wiil ingio allow Mr. Raid to be rdoae, but lie was not willing to be brawled a 'political coward.' Ha lia l determined, therefor.-, to oppose the Premier -in his own coaistifuency, and confidently would-' await the' result. (Knthttiiaslio cheers.) Mr. H.uto.i s|r»ke on the Federal question for inmrly two hours, and, by c0iivincii]g arv'u iient~» iviuled the attacks made by Mr. Held. 1I j was pre pared to place before a conference reprasen ting t!te various colonies, amendments em bracing t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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