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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

^Huaea ^vaess. ' ' plfDBjBa of ENOiAND.-rrTo-inorrnw services will tie lieM «? follows :— Hlayney, 11 and 730 ; K:ng- Piaius. 3— Rev. W. K. Howell. Ilol.l.y'. Yardi. 11; Moorildi, 3; Newbridge, 7X3D— Rer. J. 'Qnyoin. ' Pkksbtterun. — To-morroirseracfS will bj con ducted us follows :— Blayuey, 11 and 7.30 ;.Browu'a preek, 3— Rer. J. A-lain. We^ley-ax.— To-inorro* serrieca w:ll hi ha! I .is fiili'twa :— Blayuey, II ; Norton, 3 ; Msinlurama, 7 30-#ey. A. S. Swift, Blayuey, 7.30— Captain II. t-ek. Seville. ll-MUsiou Baud. Galley Swamp. 7 39-Mr. G. Cliappel. Catiiolic Cnnkcii (Parish of Oircrir). First Sunday —C-iwiir, 8133 a.im IVuyney, II p.m. and 7.3* p. in. Stouud £-ue-iay — Blayney, 8 3) a.m. Carcoir, 11 a.m. and 7-39 p.'in. TtoirJ Sunday -Cawoar, 8.33 a.m. and 7-33 p.m.' ' Blayuey, 11 a.m. ? Fourth Sunday— Victoria, 11 a.m. BIdyuey, 730 p.m. ' ' ' .Fifth' SuniUy (irhen ocjurring) — Neville, 11 »,m. (\rco»r, 7.33 p.m. r Jht Presbytery, Circoir, 24th June, 1897.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

SA'NDEB aud S0X3' EU0.U..Y1? M EXl'llA. ''..T.-n-Uu'-lsi'-tlle dii-litiglilshrd [):it run ;tge of his 41ajis:y tlie Kiugof it.-ily, us pei'-coiinuiiaicufum made by (ha Minister foi Foreign Atfiii's, ihrougU the Oon«ui G-euersi for Ifaly.nt Meibourue,(. March 14, 1878. '? AwarJeii diploma at the Aiiisteu Jam :UUf;iit-|tipu, 1883^. 'Acknowledged L-y ^JeJi ctd: cliuicl aiad 'tTuiveulties 'nil over the GjobeJ ?-:I--: I ;????? ??? r \ :v '? ; . ;,The):ej(ire imitations of, Eucalypti Extract in tile market, products of s in pie distillation foi-jjii^pude.rasiaousjoii^ 'In order tlint tfiese'criita oils may uot ba tiiltau for our {sure VoUiitt Eucalypti \Eitract, wliii-li i* r»C3gaised b, the Medical Divibiou -)f the Prussian Govei'mnent - to be of parteatly pure origin, as [ier iiiforumian fonviirJtd la us tluoujjli tbe Oous.il at iMelbourus, Mnrcb 2, 1878, ire stufco :— It is prove] bjr tests inn.3* by tlie Medic1* Ciiuics of tbe Uuiver^tiej of Bonn and Grieiswuld (Prussia), aud lepoi'Le...

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 — 6 August 1898

, TO MINERS. WANTED Representative Minerals of the District, highest price given, pa approval, for all rarer ones. '?*... ? A. O. BLACKj Blayney. ^drocqtc and Herald. UEA3tJ8BS; NOT MSN.-' — 0 — ^ATOBDAT, AUGUSl' 6, 1398.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

For gale. A FIKSTCLASS BICYCLE, i» perfeot erd*r. XX Completi. : De. WOODWARD. Portable Em gin es. WANTED to purchase tvro PORTA BLE ENGINES, from six to twelve horse power. Apply T. J. ROBINSON & CO , Orauge. Hunicipalitf of Blayuey. TENDERS. ' fTENDERS are hereby cnlled for EREO X ' TING a BRIDGE in Mount-street. Full particulars can be obtained at the Council Chambers. Tenders close on WEDNESDAY, 17th August. J. CLEMENTS, Council Clerk. TJio Big Show is doming In its own Special ? Train and will Exhibit in BLAYNEY (Poiitively One Night only) SATURDAY, AUGUST 13th. lint »nd Only Appuranca in BLAYNEY of PROF. D. II. BRISTOL'S Great American CIRQUS an* FQUES-CU&RICULUM Ot PERFOBMiNU ANIMALS. NOTE THE PRICES— '? ? Drcu Circle ? 3s. Sttlli ? 2«. Pit ? J«. Imgonnded at Blayney ON 28ih Jaly, from Spring Mount, by Mr T. Walsh :— Buy Horse, like faint O U (the M lrritiug capital) near shoulder, sore back, star on forehead, long pulled tail, aged, 15 hands. -: If not releas...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

NOTE!? AND COMMENTS. ? ♦ ? ' Your Chemist keeps Wood's Great Pep permiu* Cure for Coughs audColdj 1/6 and fi/Q. ? ' The visit of Prof Bristol's great. American fircui to iilaynejr on Mootlay I nit had to be post pored. Jt will [o.itively appetr on gaturdiiy next, August 13lh. Mr. G. S. Black lerj i:ead teacher at the Brown's Creek Public School, \% suffei iuj; from an attack of illness. Mr. T. Jones, of tha Blayuey Public School, is relieving Mr. Black ler «t Brown's Creek. EooTBiLt. — A t'ompetitiou match will be played on the Blayney ground this (Satur day) afternoon between the Biayncy War rior* and Lucknow li. — Ou Saturday next the Blayney Juniors and RoJd's Creek (Cadia) will probably play a club match at Vluyney. — Queensland won tho return match against N..S.W. on Saturday last by 18 poiDtsto 1G. M«ssrs. T. J. Robinson & Go., of Orange, announce in our advertising columns that they want to purchase tvro portable Biigines, frpm 6 to 12 horse power. Smokers beware. Exa...

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 — 6 August 1898

B*m w+ I &ouin,Mt ? beaks I ^^^nl ill -C^ vlwefliwolthesftfestaitagureEt B «lU !?? - r*.~ BaAtiTemeaiolnM on tha market. ^k^M ? IP^fF^^ *fi%iiM-«n]ikeniosllaiativereni. Jr-s- r ???' '«^ eiies, beeauEe they aet direct on * mO &? «4lll »!» 1rUe Anots, causing the liver to ^^^& *- liLflMl^ faw pf this flpid into tha bowela. 1 TO* t-OX IrT ;-* . thud fluehing the eftme out as a etream of water I ' t-JtO would ? drain. Def«rtiT« bile eeorstion cauBeB variooE '. \ FvW ftllmentB anch as HeaOaehe, CoMtipjition, OpsHire I % ne«i,Me», Xlwr Trouble, BheumatlBm, Indigei |i ?? * ? ^ tlon, Dlwlnew, Butzlngin the Head, FuU 111 1 Al I Kvftls?**' newaftepEajHiig, »o« fto. ABiixBean taken JLIIfLi^nE.3S now and then sill keep tme free from thesn r*VzZ ? ? ^igestive troubles, 'their attendant evils, and - ?__ J ? . daDgeroasBtter-fffeoit. *WheDyonagk/orBile. , t ,Bein«aotf*t» pn»«a ^llTeomothlngeUo. U.^-ouneet* purcHtlve medicine Bile ' Beans wiU prove effectual when all otter m...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

: : BLA.YNEY-H ARDEN LINE. UP. ...... n.m. p.iu, — Blayney... ...Dop. i 56 9 55 12 Carconv ? 5 45 10 36 17 Manduparna .-..- ?:.. 6 J 6- 10i-i 19 LyiHliurst ? 6 22 11 1 22 Garland..; ... ... a ft 27 Swan Pouds ... ... a » &0 Wftnggola ... ,.. a a 85 Woodstock ... ..; 7 27 11 .CO. 43 Holtuwood ... ... 7 66 12 12i:iu 46 Oowra ... ...Arr. 8 10 12 33 Stop p.m. „ ... ...Dop 3 60 12 40 68 WaUatnadnrra ... u ... ? 64 KoorawAtba ... ... 4 43 1 90 . 09 Croraber ? J a ... 74 Beudick Morrel ... a 80 Moutcnglo ? ...? ... a 90 Burrangoug ? a 1*2 Yquag ? Arr: 6 26 2 60 ? Dop. 6 66 8 0 103 Kiiigfvale ? a 110 Deruouarille ? 8 10 3 CO 111' MuiTiiiaburrali .:. - a - a . 118 Hhi-3bii ? Arr. 8 80 4 5 ' ?. -i: DOWN. '. ?? a.m. p.m. .,— ' H«deu ... .'..Dap. G-20 9 10 . 2. MuiTum.burrah ... a a 8 Deaioadriiio ..; .... 6 48 9 30 10' Kiageiale ' ? a a 21 Young ? A.rr. 7 61 10 20 : „ ... ..Dep. 8 6 10 25 23 BuiT.ingoug ? a. n 88 Moatcaglo ... ... a a 3'J Baudick Morrel ... a a 44 Ci'owthor ...... a . ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

;; ^AlfWAT TIM'E-T A B L B , ., . ? JXWJf . ;; 3Uj- I -:.:.?. Ktttioa. | fuss. | flail. v ':...'. H.I1I. |j.i,i . -— Stdmey ? Dep 10 IS 8 0 8 Hotnebush ? ... . ??; IS Oranvillo ... .„ ... ... ... It Carramalta... ... ... ... ... 8 iS *I« Blucktown ? » ... ... ??..; . i -as Booty an... ... ... ... ... -?- *??- St. JC«rj'« ... ... ... ... ... --»? Prbrhh£-... n.:£ .;.Arr. 11 2S 9 8 „ ? J ...Dep. 1180 ,9 0 . »G Bmii;PI««tiB .. ?;.-. ... 11 8S 8 1C« ?M9 XiuoaiTille ? ; ... « ... : '*» QlcnVrooi ? ... 1160 +8 Rl.xland ? ? 11 67a 45 Karatar ? « . ? ' pm. . «ffli.TilUj... ... „. ?-.;.? 1»,«-M ... 48 SptingTOoi ? : 12 15 ... 49' Fiiulronbriflge ? 12. 23a ..i. ' 6t Kuroanlia ... ? « 6» linden ? ... 12 Si ft Woottford .;. ? .. 12 43a ... M Hwelbrook ? a 63 Xbwsob ... ......... 1 4 10 30 *2 Woatifor h Falls ... ... 120 «« Katoomfc* ? ... 1 83 U 6 to ifed:o» ? ; « T5 BUckl.ca'U ? ... » H 29 , « M«nt Victoria ... [^ §-*, j }} ». 81 tftrtlev V«l« ? ... 2 S9« 12 In in , SS B»U ... ? ... 2 46 13 8 ...

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 — 6 August 1898

toothache: THE now remedy, VXCTOBY CUa»! . i-\)!J TQOTHA.GHE AND NEUiillitJI.I, cj\-im i worst case within ten minutes, Innumerable Testimonials. A eohsidsrable nriniber of oar eustoi'ier* li ive j alraady triad the ne^r rsme.ly, Victory Cure for j Toothache and Neuralgia, and liavo in avjrv i ) j stance been turod. It is certain ly % mast .t v- I'i'.d j cm«ily, and vn truBt it will become «idj!y i ' v. j Chaules PiEf za s Joski'ii Cooup.s. S Coouns, Art.iui; G. Coosa1', i Storekeeper.?, Muvmii. | The aboTO Bemody ban be had st the 0-Hcu .^i bis Paper. 88^ AS £3 ? i,n !»;-,* In C^^a d9^ U!oii' °-v'1 ;:) i calities. at work for us. Now l)u..!ii-.-'!-. A!: j meet y.ith Wi-udeiiil suoiess. Aiiy-uiu nm do tbs work. You doufc u'^} capi-a!, o ?-^out Uio sume as none. We will ^?i't joii. Ko vpuce to t;splii:n liore. Bat y::i om ir.'»l;e a nuns little fjruiue li.iaovM:.''v him ee.-ilv. Tlie cu){)loyuji!:it is pa'ii«';!».!'b n^pte-l !?' the region ::i which tin-; ;??»=» = ? ration ciicnkt.es...

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 — 6 August 1898

BLLYXKY POST OFFIOE. AKRITil, OP KAILS. Daily (Sun Jots «a:epied) from Sydney, .Bitimr-l, Grranri ie, Gjulbum Harden, Cire:-.v, Uar.ilu - ama, rjjndhurst, Wiotstock, G^-lusd, Ounri. Uroirn'B Cock. T.P.O. No. 2 VVcrl, T.P.O. No S Soir.lij O.ton I'm It. From Norton, Barrr, Shaw, Nerillo, a:il Kin:'.' PJniii* on Tutfd»f», Thu^^^lJ?i1 .mi S.'uJa, Frjm G-.-oahomEt jwn and Vl;«uou W 4ieai,- ?:d Saturday p. DEPAETUBE Of Miir.S. Duly (Sundan cic p tti) to SvdncT, Tin tin s', Goulbur-, Harie.-, GriiiTille; uircjv. M.n curauie, Lyndhurtt, Wud'Ut rk, G.rl. .i, C»«rn, Bro*ti'a Creel;, Ort.n P..ri-, I'.P.O. X... 2 Wtst, r.t'.O. N .2 io ih. . To K ,rti n. NiTil'e, S'.iaw, Harr , »i)i King'* }%K: ?- O!i Turtdair, ill rsrf ij , and i :tnrJi)-. To Grcglmuifti wn and Vmusi^.oii Weuu fd v- u:l-I Saturday. PiJxnt Postaub. Tlia r^tcof postage, under the conditions '-' th3 htt, on letters posted iu the district fio.u a i-! t'i nny o£ the following post offices is li : — \1 .rry. Blayaey, Brown's Creek, H...

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 — 6 August 1898

Great Decrease id tide Con iSTRIKrNG FIGLTRltJ Xl' THE QUEEN - ;.yiGroEiA;-ao.ME. ' The Hen. »rrMkt!CHi»im;-1irs»SS6iftIiog theadopr tion of the report and talsiice-Mheet at the annual nieetiug of tiie cbininittco of Iho '-Juefeiv Victoria Honied for Cbusflaipliveis Fund '(teys tb« ^Kveniiig News, of June ?28-:i\); gave sortie nitcrestiug statie tici with rpgani' to Uieouintwr-o['.dmthK in this colony from tlmt'm'ead 'disease,- consumption. He said thoit up to ten years agu-the number ot deitlia iu N.S.W. froui cousiimjtliuni' liad-liedh -ificreaEiug considerably.' In 1885 thereMr«r«i 1095 deaths due to this' cause. Poi:thd vcars-lieforS Ifl8§consumn tion had becu increasing inucli «iore;nrpidly than the population, wliilc iiow; uHlibB'gh the population has ide'reused OO^cr cent:; tlib uunrber-vf ileatlis was very 'ninth less; ' I/i 1985 ? there ? were 271 deaths uf young children from eonamnrptiob. 1 The decrease iu iletiths frohi .tlifs' disorder has attracted attention 'at-°lioui...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Prince Bismarck. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

Bealli of Prince BSismnrck. London, Sunday. Profound nalionsl sirrow iia- been oc c.isioued throughout Germany, Flags ato oery where fljwnat half-mast, and thenews^: paper j, which are issue:! with black -columns as a token of mourning, combine to etilogiso me gietiu.l5& \.Teniiaii an 111c cenrury.ror .ills immortal terviscs t« the nation. Tir's -ciioi.us of son-ow is joined in by the pubiio men u.n;l the newspaperd'of till civilised cuuntrits. ' ? . , ?? ; In th« course of a 'tribute pabliihed this .inoriiing,.' Tiip Times .' says t-l^at tlio .great estperionalitjy in Europe lias been removed. .. The whole of AlioJJtri'tisli, CoiUiuental, and American newsp.-iprrs join in recognising the consummajo statesmansliip. of the de parted Prince. ' ?-??;?? The (Italian ami Austrian journals .adopt' an especially sympathetic lone, and are uu stintingin their praise of the great Chan cellor as a general and as a stalesouu. ?? rrhe:*-l!Wiipii *joun^fe^eel/ire. that 'the jucinory u^^iw...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Neville. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

Neville. [FROM OUn CORBESPOSBEST.] . On Saturdiy last a hare drive, promoted by 'ilr. E. Sykes, took:pl:ice, at which there was a large number of shooters aud drivers. A first class dinner was provided by Mr. Walter Kykes, to winch ample justice was clone by the visitors, who were pleasantly waited on by several young ladies of Neville. T^li« iitiinliai* r\£ lin i-»c c^iiatf-. ivne 1 (17 . l^Vil lowing are the scores: — J. Stinson 16, E. Sykes 16, II. Neal 11, G. Green 11, A '. Green 11. W. Uealey 10, C. Chandler 10,, W. D.unngton 10, ¥. Buliard 9, E. Chan dler S, It. Browning 8, W. Sykey 8, P. Gliew 7, S. Osborne 7, S. Cook 5, W. Dolbell 5, T. Rilcy 4, R.R. Stinson 4, W. Hoalley 3, James Cock 2, W. Goodacie und H. May, 1 each ; total, 167. . The weather is bitterly cold. There was a light fall of snow on Tuesday morning, and a heavy frost on Wednesday night. To-day it has the appearance of rain. August 4.

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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

Bffaudurama. TF30M OSH CDSKISrnSDENT.I On Saturday' last, though tli3 day was anything but pleasant, Mrs. E. Owens, T. H. Rowlands, and Miss Macdennott ac cepted an invitation from Mr. Apio, Iho minager of Hoi man's Lucky Hiil Mino iit ' Burnt Yards, to visit the mine. The visitors ?jeere nr-'t uy nv. .-\pii», who mowed tuem over tho buildings and in ichinery. . Aftiu having pit taken of refreshments, it was de cided to vuit the workings below. The 100 feet working was the lirst visited, after which the party proceeded, to tho 300 feet le''el, which was reached, in safety. After being down a short lime Miss Macdennott expressed a wish to return lo the surface, whilst the other two ladies decided on visit ing tho who'c of the underground workings, which (hpy di-l being anything but pleasant, it being a very wot claim — water spouting out in h!1 direction?, but this did notfrightou tho visitors. Whilst they were down the shaft tliey were n*ked if they had any ob jections to a shot bei...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mistaken Identity. THE ARREST AT MANDURAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

5Iistalseu Ideutiiy. THK ARREST -AT MAXHURAMA. The ' D.iily 'Telegraph ' snys : — Mr.' George H. Marks, of iMaaJiiraiua, was yes terday (Tuesday) ciiuged, at the Water Police Court, -under another' name, with fraudulently nppropri.-iting to his own use the sum of £2oG, tho pin-perty of John Ste phen Southerden, at the Hotel Motropole, on or about July 28. Detcctiw; Gouldcr applied for iho dischnrge of the accused, which Mi1. D-.'lohrry. immedi.itcly granted. It was explained- that t!ie case was a most unfortunate oso of mi&laknu identity. A constable at M^andurama got nn impression th.it BIi\ Marks was a 111 in who was descri bed in the ' Pdlicn Gazslte,' and who .was ' wanted ' in connection with, the misappro priation PiTuncoiisiy charged against Mr. Marks. The constable arre.strd the unfor tunate gentleman, who' only a month ago opened a watchmaking business at Mnndu I'atna, on Friday, and locked him up. Ho was kept in custody until yesterday 'morn ing, wlinn he was broug...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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W.C.T.U. "FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY." CAUSE FOR ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

W.C.T.U. 'FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY;'. CAUSE FOR -ALARM. A young man carelessly formed the habit of taking a glass of liquor every morning before breakfast. . An older friend advised him to quit, before the habit grew too stroug. 'Oh, tjiere'ji no danger; it is a mere notion. 1 c.mquic at any time, replied the drinker. ... l; Sappose you try to-morrow morning,' suggo»tfd the friend. ' Very well ; to please you I'll do so ; but I assure you there is no cause foi'alarm.' A week later the young man met his friend again. 'You are not looking weli,' observed the latter ; ' ha\\j you been ill ? ' 'Hardly,'' rojilied the oilier; 'but I am trying feo escape a dreadful danger, and 1 fear that 1 t-ha!l be bsfore I hive conquered. My eyes -.vere opened to an imminent peril when I gave yoa that promise a week ago. 1 thank you f»r your limoly suggestion.' 'Jlow did it affect you ?' inquired his friend. ' The fitvsl trial utterly deprived inc. of appetite for fcod. I could eat iio breakfast, an...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Is it Bribery, or What. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

le it Bribery, or Witat. During the recent election sime of the j Crickites resorted to some very strange tac'.ica in order to secure tho return of their I Jittle god as the reprc-entativa of West | Macguarie. . Al Brown's Creak there resides | u certain gerillemin -who was well klio^vu by ? the CniekUeSito be a supporter -of , Mr. Hur- ; ley'in tiie reoent cimpaiVii. lie happsus to Lie a married 'luan, and works at the Forest. Tdis of course 'necessicatci liimto leavu ^ liis wife at home by herself Ou polling tlay, 27tli July, a certain Crickite vent out fr-mi Blayney (no doubt under . the impression . that tlm man would be -away- at his work) | and cjJIel on th.: voter's wife. After con versing for tome time, and fiading that the good lady was at home by herself, this Crickite had the audacity to ask her if she could lay her hands on her husband's elector's right'. Of course she knew where it was, but she, did not feel inclined to interfera with it. This gallant Crickite then aske...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

Blayuey municipal Conucii. The regular fortnightly meeting of the abovo council was held on Wednesday evening. Present— the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Olassou, llemsley, Revish, Mai^h, aud Woodward. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and continued. : CORnESI'OSDENOE. The following correspondence was^ead : — From the BoarJ of Hcaitii, tar»varding copies of the avneiided Public Health Act, asking that the sa.iuc might . be distributed amongst the farmers in tlief (listiict.1- Ke C3ivcd. — From the .Department of, Public Work?, stating tli.-it the sum of £16/8 had been pbtce.l to the credit of the couucil for the main llitliurst road and roads between Blayuey and Uro«vu's Creek, uUo ltockley. Kccciveil, and referred to works committee. ltEPOHTS. The report of the li nance committee, re coinmeii'Jing the payment of accounts amounting to £3/6/6, was read and adopted. qukstioxs. '. Alderman Woodward asked if the Mayor had attended to the matter of planting fresh trees in Otfnuuvtre...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Barry News. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

Barry Mews. A ball was held at Briar Park, Barry, on July 30th. I noticaj soms of the b!oko- were miking thiu^s vc-ry unsettled for oni; another. Kelly, the bloke who wears the len-bn twelve smile, showed Wop Wop Jack a point with his little two-foot donah, which caused Won Won Jack to tret the needle aud tike his brake, and his little two-foot donali said it was good enough for him if lie couliltA stand a joke. After things had quietened down, Gertie, from tin creek said she had :i silk rag she would like to dispose of, and you bet the Frilled Lizard soon snappad it. Then Gert said to Willie, that rybuck, ' Wo will go and have a camp.' Did they go. You bet. Pricie made tilings very unsettled for jloacliie 011 Saturday night with the girl from the corner. I noticed littlo D.nkie from King's Plains used to visit the thatched hut very often -vhile the bloke who drives the waggon-net was absent. If you notice, Tin Whistle Bill always goes out on strike after tea. ONLOOKER.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH. To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 6 August 1898

OPERATIONS DidPii.VSJJD W'li'H.' To Uettrt. Caleiaim and Sons, CootuMiuiilra. JJiiAit Slits, — 1 haw used the Euoalypte Extract A-hiuli i got from you, aud am now quitu oat of it. Almost nvury potsiljlc coni pUint 1 us« it ior, including burns, scald?-, cuts, bruidej, &oru throats, colds, chilblains, iiBiir.il'i.-. lojth.iohp. &J., &o., mid I d-J not licli.evti thare is any due.isu it will not cure, if persevered with, in ulverMrd suiviliro.it or itiil.iincd thro.it it is invalDablt', Imvid^ hid pifrioiiil cxperiitncu ot tliu fact vury rcovnily. Wlii-ce children or c\e:i adults are ludiy art'jjtfd i usually erect a kind of small lent iic-K'ii tirrphici1, phicu akeltleoii ihe liiv, aii'd whun iUv- water re.»c!l«s iioilin^ poiiit, I pour a quantity of the KuB.i-ypie iliKtr.ict into tlie liealc, iliJ'd attach u :ung tub-; to the spy, it. of tin; kuttlc, nud make the s tea id play abuut tiie p.iii'.-nt in ihc lent,. The steim o.vin^ to the distaiic;! it has to tr...

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