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

Social. The conversazione in connection with the Wesleyan church,' held at the Town Hall on Thursday evening, attracted (considering the sickness prevn'ont in the district) ft large audience, ami the entertainment was a success in every way. The Hall was nicely decorated with fliigs, flowers, ferns, etc., ana has seldom been seen to better ad vantage, reflecting great credit on the ladies who had the decorations in hand. The programme was one of much interest, inclu ding tableaux, singing, ami recitations. Refresh men is were handed round during the evening, everyone being well attended to in this respect. Eich item on thn pro^r.iuinii w.is highly appreciated by the audience, the efforts of each pet former being loudly up pfauded. The tableaux -produced were: — ' Blind Nydin,' 'The Three Graces,' 'The Tluoe Disgraces,' ' Love aud Gossip,' ' Tho Peacemaker,' ' The Belter L-md ' (with song by Miss Hooper), and 'Tlio Colored Couple ' ; the principal characters being taken by tha Misses...

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 — 13 August 1898

- A MOST -W0iDI3RFCI.-Butt.DIKG Up of tile constitution tikes place alter llollowny's famous' medicine^ have been used for a reasonable linjc. They are pie-eminent above all other repiedies, inore particularly for the cure -ofiirer cdniplaints aud disord-is of tho st.omauh ; carpenters, briekl'iyers, &c. woulJ find the Ointment invaluable for ?curing : wounds, cuts, sores, and bruises Men in Sill conditioas of life find it of. in- calculable beu'-fit, as it penetrates internally and thui strikes at the root of the ailment. The P.. is act.l.ke magic in curing low spirits, ami they repel all attacks on the nerves' i lx iotigh excitement, excessive he it, brain worry consequent on business troubles .ifco. They purify the blood, and give a new lease of strength to tlie constitution. One of the candidates for el :ction at Parrahiarta was asked qui ;e seriously : — ' Are y«u in favor of bicycles an I opera glasses being suppiie.,1 to the unemployed to euaole thein. to look for wor...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Message From Klondyke. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Message. Fram„KIaa.iiyks. M'r'.'Tom - Liwis, -a wel!-kn;-wn:. working ! man ou tho Kichmon 1 River, wh 1 lefc Btllina for Klo idykii soais months ago, writes as f.il o vi lo his old nnte », par favor of the- '11.11. Times — May 8. I have been campsd at Like Bennet f ir about three or four weeks now, but i thi:ik we will be able to go out of the hiie into the river aboui the 1st of June. Now ai.ojt the voyage from Syduey to Victoria and t li ;- coast. The pa -sign to Victoria c .st me 90 dollars, clothing 73 dollars, and «rr.cer es 70 dollars,. Th- voyage fro n Victori-i to Ska'»w.-iy cost 00 do.lai s, and from S' iig-vay 10 the suniiiiit of Die. hill wherft the- B-iti.sji fl.ii flieajStmioUiu*.-. 'Fnnn there to Lake Bennett, T^i.iil to puU my belong'ngs /ill a s'ed, a Autiifteii! df '»1^»W'50 mile-', over a snow;lraiir-'-' l';lra.tl about li09-b-s. in weight to;draw. ?Tiieii co;iies tho he.ivie.'t pait of the expenses- Th^ ehttrge for 11 Hi.t-b..-tt 'ni boit 25ft* by^f t.' tieaiU, '...

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 — 13 August 1898

A Jlaqaln^ Riycr Sllracle. Pronounced by Doctors In ourable— Medi- cines and Hospital Treatment Utterly Fad — Thi-ee Year..' Agony — RjstOn y Obtained Inj clions of Morphia — The Pampook P.istinis'rj.s Positively and Parm uieatly CjioJ by Dr. Morse's. Indian Uo-jt JtMU. In the town of Pa ui pool a, N S. W , a case has recently occurred which is the ttlk of \4i\nntng distri-.*t. People mirvei and Cannot believe wliat their eyes haw seen. A p,r-slm is!er or poslmistre-s is always a raspeeted citiz n, and we'l-known to the community, and the public cm vouch for this remarkable restoration to health and h.tppinsss. Mrs. M. Murray is the post mistress of P.impoola, and relates her ex perience, suli-.Ting and cure. ' Thr.su years ago l was sciz id wi'-h a violent cough, and vvHB impoisi'ile to obtain relief from tiio use «-i simple, re tn-di«s ; my frien Is b.^ca ne alariii ' l, and insisted on calling in a doctor, which I tli 1. II i prescribjd for ma, at t!ie ea ne limn inforiniiig us t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Robbery Under Arms. WOMEN TIED TO CHAIRS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Hobbery Under Arms. ? i \YQMEN TIED TO CHAIRS. j Adelaide, Sunday. At half-pist 7 on Saturday evening, a man yith no boots on, and enwrapped in a blan ket, liruki into 'Dunroben,'' ilia residence of Mr. Crump, situated near Brighton, and suddenly entering a room where Mrs Crump and her servant were having tea, pointed a revolver at t-hein. H-j threatened to shoot the women if th«y did not keep quiet and do wl at he told them. The intruder then tied Mrs. Crump and tile servant iu separate rooms. He next went into an nhsr room, ?where Mr Crump, who is an invalid, was in bed, ^nd said, ' Keep quiet, I nin not going \o Invriu -you.' lie then ransacked the place, found so:ue keys, and operied some drawers and an iron safe. He was, however, only successful in finding 5', which he took, and departed from the house. After Iu had gone Mr. Crump managed to get out of bed - ideas.;. the woman. Thaatfcir wis re ported to the police, aud the case lm been pKcel in the ln.ilsof several dtiie^'.ive...

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 — 13 August 1898

.'v-© n^zs.i ; |( HlTi'Cl of 3-*3L.AV»V — T'--m -rro\v will f..!|.-w!- : -Bl.ym-y, II aud 7.30; Jiunst- wu. 3— ftov W. K. Howell. Neville, 11 ; J3ajrry. 3 : New1*tt lye, -7 -W — He*. J Onyons. ' J'rksb T'laiw.^r' 'n-mirrow *er *ic 8 vill b'-:»n- £uu-Vii a* fu'tlow-R ;? lUnjvuey, 11 and 7 30 ; HohbyV Y-.nK K— ? Rev. i)j vill Aklor (Sydney). VT kslkva ?». — To-n^r-oV ser ices »v-ll bv halt as follows : — Hums' ! Swakiji, 1 1 ; Newbriilge, ; 3» Vilaym-y, 7-30— Rey. A. I S Swift. li'ayDi^y , 1 1 ; M-inilurami. 7.39 — Mr. G. Cliappel. Nojtou, I — Mission Band. ' Oath ?!,!:: riiuitnn (1'a.riah of C trco.u'). First S.i-i luy jar, S.?IJ Blayney, 11 a.m. nml 7-90 p in. S-«-nd .--u-vIhv — 'Jlayney, 8.35 a.m. Carcoar, 11 A.m. sail 7 30 p.m. Thirl Sun lay -Cirjoar, 8.31 a.m. and 7.39 p.m. Ul,iyiiry, 11 a.ra Fourth S unliy — Vittoria, 11 a.m. Blayney, 7 30 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when occurring) — Neville, 11 p.m. Carcoar, 7.3& p.m. The Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th Jane, 1897.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Land With [?] a Sunday. (Right Rev. F. R. Graves, D.D., in the "Quiver.") [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

A 4^dd WHU -qt a aiiimlHj. ! (ltigljt JJ;V F, 11 Graves, DO., it) U»H ? 'H QuivfE-') . ]p aoy j! »iC' evt-r liiprilf-d tlio nnt-- of if is Qniiia, (lie ii)«wiiiigrprtiiit of r!Up-'!ic'i-) is, »h.: country iv her? everything j ? ilj« oppii-ite of wlmt «?« expect t'l fiiiJ it, ylieif Ijit: i ft. 1 i» t'ie pl*ce -of honour; fi --\ .vltitu is £?ra colour of m.urnin;}, and Viie rmipan p'f ni.a t«i tJie $t»Uth. Strang' enouuh it is t - lit; sure J An-1 tli-*n Uf-w to write of Snii'l:-y where S'jnlay is unrecog nised! Tin? week is a division of time so firmly i iiprcss'-ct upon us by th« habit of a jifcbim , ;uiil Suml.iy if so uricli' a prwt of the week, c!i tt we are a little surprise*! when w« realise ilia*, to the Chinese *'.io have not Jieeu brought into contact with foreigners the we-_-k a;id Sun lay are alike unknown We wan ier how tlmy get 011 without it ; yet w e ought nut to be surprised to find that the Chinese Empire gets on without Sunday, sini-i: it gets u!i without science, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

TQ MINERS. WANTED Representative Minerals of the E-istriot. Highest price given, $n approval, for all rarpr ones. A. 0. BLACK, Blayney.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Wesleyan Missions. The Rev. Henry Worral (Missionary from Fiji) : WILL LECTURE . in the - Wesleyan Church, Blaynsy, on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, 18th instant. Subject — ' From Dark to .Dawn in Fiji ; or How the Fierce Cannibals becaine Methodist Praacheri,' iflustrated' with 100 Artistic Lantern Transparencies of the most historic and thrilling interest. To commence at 8 o'clock. Collection in aid of Foreign Missions. For Sale. AJIRST-CLASS BICyCLE, ill pcrlect order. „ Complet*. ? ? ? ' Db. WOODWARD. Portable Engines. ANTED to pa'rehase two PORTA TV -BLE ENGINES, from six to twel*e horse power. Apply ? T. J. ROBINSON & CO ; Orange. Municipalitr of Blayney. TENDERS. TENDERS are hereby called for EREC TING a BRIDGE in Mount-street, j Full 'particulars' -»n be obtained at the! Council Chambers. ..... j Tenders close on WEDNESDAY, 17th] August. ' j J. CLEMENTS, j Council Clerk. . \ ' Impounded at Blayney j ON the 5th of August, from Atbol, by] ;Mr F.Hill;— ; \ Blaclc' Horse, W ove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

^.grjl GOULD'S PER BiOX PER BOX ;P BIUOUSNESS IK R. HILL, ttock and Station Agent, A UCTIONEER, S !? A Y N E Y . Stock, and Property Lists on application. TrucTdng a Speciality. -£100.000,000 UNCLAIMED . DOUGAL'S REGISTERED LIST containing Dames of 20,000 Families advertised for, to claim property and money rince 1700. Prioe Is 6d poet free, £s. Erery man aqd woman ahonld buy this book, aa in«trneti»ns are given how te recover property from Chancery. DOCGAL ft CO., 62, Strand, London, Eng. EatnUished 1844. A for tune may await you. : Thia book can now be obtained from W. C. Rio by, Adelaide ; Gokdon and Gotch, Mel., Briahane ; Oho. Kobkmsov A Co., Mel., Sydney, Adelaide, Briaban* PSJIEVILLE'S CREAM O? 3ISSIVTB Marvellous Medicine against Diarrhea, Djaentry, Djapepsia, Stomach U'ceri, Bad Digertiona, OtoVrine, Inteif'nal Diioriere, etc Ibe CBEAU OF BISMUTH in thick paite ia kept in a butije acoompanied by a little ipoon. From or# to two. tea apoorfula of cream may be taken, diluti.i ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

NOTES Ai?D COMMENTS. ¥aur Chemist keeps Wood's (Jreat Pep permint! Cure for Coughs and Colds 1/6 an-i 2/6. Funning operations show satisfactory pro gress so fur this season. A greater area is jpnder cultivation than previous years in this pis'rict. Constable Wheeler, who has been removed from Bathurst to Blayney, commenced his flutits this week. He appears to be a quint, civil, and courteous officer, and should make a large number of friends here. Lectdre on Fiji. — The Rev. Henry '\Vorrall, missionary from Fiji, will lecture in the Blayney Wesleyan Church on Thurs day -evening next, 18th instant The sub ject will be — 'From dark to dawn iu Fiji,' or how the fierce cannibals became Metho dist preachers. The lecture will be illustra ted with 60 artistic lantern transparencies of the most historic and thrilling interest. To pommence at 8 o'clock. The Rev. David As tor, of Sydney, will take the appointments of the Rev. J. Adam for a month. We learn that about 100 tons of machin ery are...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Exportation of Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Exportation of Wheat. The following letter, on the ^above subject, has. been forwarded to the Chamber of Com merce, Sydney : — ~ Dear sirs,— In view of , the . prospects of New, South Walei bfecouiing a considerable exporter of wheat— most probably in 1899 — it sesmi a serious pity that ho tribunal of experts has 'yeti been constituted' in Sydney for the fixing of standards of quality for each season as it comes round, -and for generally looking after the interests of the port in connection with the cereal ' exports. The importance of this matter, while easily overlooked by those not engaged; in the business, will be easily recognised by every member of your council, when I state that such is tbe increase already of the area under wheat in this colony, that with favor able spring rains there may be easily 250,000 to 300,000 tons for export to .Europe. But even should the surplus unfortunately prove but 50,000 tons, it is of the utmost impor tance tliat an authorative standard should...

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 — 13 August 1898

Football. The Blayney Warriors and Lucknow B teams met at Blayney on S,atur4ay last in connection with the. first junior competition, the Warriors winning after a fast and rough game by 4 points to nil. The Lucknow team played by far the best game, their pissing rushes at times being very attrac tive ; but the weight and roughness of their opponents told against -them. No score was re^Utered on either side until about five minutes before time, when Moore got the ball from a scrum and passed to Baker, who parsed to Marsh, who potted a neat goal fro.u the field. For the Warriors Arthur Patterson, W. '\Iarsb, ami W. Itakcr played | best; whilst for Luckii'iw, Qjiuu (scrum- j half) played the be?t game on the ground, ' and Mcilurlrie and a f-w utli-ra whose names we could not ascertain also played j well. A.t tife. weather was nice and tine, ! there was a larg-f number of spectators, in cluding lUiiiy ladies. Tho B-.i/iiCy Warriors and . Our Boys B will meet at Onnge to day iu the compe...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

Wet Saddles. The effect of riding in wet saddles aro many and various. The subject has its serious aspect. In the bush, in the-midBt of pouring rain with no shelter, the unhappy ridor cannot help himself, M ?- W. Shrader, of 436 Victori i-street, Darling liur»t, Sydney, says ho attributes ths severe rheu. matlsm, from which he recently anffercd, to riding in wet saddles and campiug out in ' all weathers. Every remedy tried proved futile until Dr. Wil. liana' Fink Pills for Pale People were resorted ts, when a permanent ouie resulted. Mr. Shrader aid : ' Twelve months ago I began to suffer front ^erious rheumatlc pitna In niy 1ia5k afi3 loins, and in the baek of my thighs, particularly when there waa a ehangc of weather or temperature ; the agony was insupportable. Having oensulted various doc tors, and triad a host of muoh-vituntitd patent medicines, with a like want of result, I was advised by si friend who had also been a very great suffer er from rheumatism, to try Dr. Williams' ...

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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

/ isLAYNEY-HAilDEN LINE. , ;J : . ? ' ' UP. ?? : ' — ' - ? I'.ll!, — Bl«yney... ...Dep. 4 66- -9 55 -.13 Oarooai- '.'',; - fi 45 .? 10 8G 17 Haadurama ... .;. 6 6 -i0 4S 19 LyuJhurst ... ... C 22' '11 1 B2 Garlaud ... ... a -an. 27 Swan Ponda ... a a KO Waugsola ... a a 85 Woodstock ... ... 7' 27 -11 60 43 llol in wood ... ' ... 7 56 J2.12-t.ui 40 Cowxa .:. ... Arr 8 10 12 23 . Stop p.m. ? „ ... ...Dap' 8 60 12 40 i 66 Wattamadarra ... . tt: ..J 64' Koorawatlm ... 4 '43 1 30 ? 69 Crbwther .... ii * ? . 74 Bendick Morrel ?...! a ? -80 Moiiteiigla ... ...j a ' ... ? 90 Burraujjoug ... ... a U2 Young ... ...ArrJ '6 26 2 60 „ . . ...Dep.1 6 66 0 0 103 Kiugsvale ... .. a 110 'Dsmouarille' ... ... 8 10 8 60 ??fllj Mumimburrab ? ... i a-j/f r,; a 1|8 LTai'ilen ? ? Arr. 8 80 4 C DOWN. a.iM.' p.iti. . — Hxrdeu ... ..IDep. 0 20 9 10 ' 2 Murr.uui.'juri'ah ... a n . 8 Demoudrillo ... ... 6 48 9 30 ? 10 KingBiale ... ... a a ' 2l; Xoiing ...Arr. 7 61 10 20 ' ,, ... . ...Dep. s c; :o 25 23 Burran...

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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

AIL VVA t 1IHE-I j j = ? DOWN I mj. I I Aiatioa. I Papn. I gleil. ' ft.ni. p.m ; — Dap 10 16 :8 0 ? Ilopu-baih... .. ? ? f is Granville ... ... ... .... ... ' 14 Parraniatta... ... ... ? 8 12 It Blackto*n ? ? ... ... » 4-M-yuM..;- ... ... ... -? 2D 8(. Mary'* ... ... ? ? '... ... , S4 Kurhbj; ... ... '...Arr. , II Si 0 « . „ ... ...Dep. 11 80 -9 8'' Emir Plains .. .... ... '.11 8S 0 10a 89 LuomtIHo' ? ... c ... 49 Glenbrcok ? - 11 60 42 i3l-ilud , . ...- ... ... 11 67a u, . ' *? , ..rpm.'-f ? K - « TheTalUj... ... ... . ... 1- 5» ... 4ft _ Bpripfwbpd ? , ... 12 16 . 48 Faukonbriflge ... . ... ... 1-2 23a ... - ? . ,li. ^IIDinlit ... ... ... ... ... . ,68 Linden ? ? 12 84 ii. Woodford ... ... ... ... 1* 45a K ITualbrook ? ? ... « ? I i-M tt Lawanx ... ? ? ? 1.4 10 SO ♦2 MT^ntwcr h Falls ? 1 -20 .... ®i» Jvatooiiik«.., , ? 1 S3 11 C ??. Wed'o* ? ? ... « ra Black) ca'b ? » U £9 ir 1 ? !Arr SI It S9 v. i V M«at Victorw gM . u 6Jo 81 Hartley Vale ? 8 #9« 13 l» ?'- 83 .fell ? ? ? ? .. 2 «...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

''fOOTHieli. ; f*1HE r iew'Teiiieayii 'VICTOTiY- feUB-j' I'OE (rdQTHACHE AND KEUil\Ii3Ii:, cares tiw ''wbrpt'case witlnn tSn'iiiinutfeSj : ' ?' 'Innninerabls'Xestiuioniala. ' «dnBlderh.ble ^»uni'ber of par C'jatoin.'ts ;hnVe iilriady.'irf^d jthe licvv ismply.i Vie.tpry. pare for TpptliaHie an^'.^eurjilgio, .-ind' liayj,- i-j, evjr^.-in pfaacs ijeen tared'. . . Ii is perUut ly a uivi vr oiidcrfiil ^m«tiy,Jina,w« trast it f\iu,ueqpjiic,-v|4;jy snow. : Hiicu ;jfosr.josn:^iEi ... r; , . CaAnLE.sl'iairiK » ? ? ? JosErii Coo^ns, ... .... Anincit'Xi. Coomb3, . \ .. . .Sturokjep^ri, ^lirifan'.' . The .abovo ItHniody can be .hal fc.t the GiUcc. ol JuaPappr.. ? a t '^TOy k for us. ^ ^ $ c J. b^i ohi^e. A.'! :in«6t witii wdndei'ijl success. ; Auyoiio can do , tli e woi'L': . ' ^Tflu doht need capital , '-tir ?bout the same ns none. \Yej\vi.ll,stav^i»iu.. iKsJiispaitej'to explain i liere.v' .licit yoii cnii a rimig, litvlo rfnVtiitiio'iiVnioualily and [easily* . I [Th'e*/^iiiploj^a^.t J'iS ' js...

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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

BLATNE? POST OFfiOii. AttKITiL or uiixs. ' Datfy (Sunlnya eaicpted) frJm Sy'In. v, Bitlur-t, Gmnri iii, G julburn liar:' »n C .rcna-; Sliuiia - ami, 'Diorlhurtt, Wco tstock, Oail .ri'i, Brown's p eek, T.P.O. No. 2 Wet!, f IV). So 2£ouih, O/ton Pait. Jwitt Norton, I3arrr, Slmv, IT^riJle, kmI . Ifing'» ' tliiiif on Tuoeday;, Tliurtia;-, aii-1 S« » »?««? ^rJm:Ore,;lUm;t jwu mid V tio U .)!i W .i o; Jay.- ' i»Ld'S*Vu'rd iXe. ' ' ' iftsi-* DOTisriJEE nr Diily (Bundaj i exc p r3) to li.idn.'.v. IJ;i lm , Gaulbur.1, Hirden, Grjuvilie, U irc ) . -. .M ? ? . - dui'ima, Lyndhurst, Woo^t,,i', G~m i -), Canrai Brown's Ci'tcl-, Oi't. n P , T.l'.O. X . 2 Wret,- T.P.O. .2^0 tli. lo Mjrton,:Jiirirc, Shaw, .liarrr, u.iu) £'1 -t ^ oil lueadajf, liursdij-, fcmi i'l'id i\ ' . Id Oieghamitcwn and Vnfoii^ on We in -td -yj. aad Satu'rdaja. ?. ,i-.. Pejsy Posthor. Ths ratc of postage, undAr the coii-Jieions of the A«*, on' letters posted in the district fio ii ari l to r.nj of the following ^'ost is' l-.l'...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WESLEY'S HOUSE. A CONNEXIONAL MUSEUM AND LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

WESLEY'i HOUSE. A CONNEXION AL MUSEUM AND LIBRARY. The following article, taken from the ' Daily Mercury ' (Plymouth), of 2nd March, 1898 (the 107th anniversary of John Wesley's death), will be re td with interest The historic chapel in the City Road, E.C., as sociated with the pastoral labours of Jehu Wesley, and now pupularlj called ' Wesley's Chapel,' was the scene on Mouday night of a unique and interes ting reunion of the Churches. Among the speak ers were the very Rev. iJaaa F&rrar, representing the Established Church ; the Rev. Dr. Monro Gib son, president of tho National Council of Free Churches, representing the Presbyterian Churches; the Kev, Dr. Cliffor.l, representing ths Baptists!; and Mr. Alderman James Duckworth, M.P., re presenting the off-shoot Mothoilist societies. Other visitors from sister denominations were also present in large numbers. The ocoasion was' one of great interest. Hard by the chapel iB the house in which John Wesley lived and strlved during...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Ingratitude of Dublin. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 13 August 1898

The Ingratitude of Dablm. It was Mr. Disrelli who said that the unexpected always happens, and it has been left to the memory of his great rival, Mr. Gladstone, to furnish the most memorable instance of the truth of that keen saying. The refusal of the Corperation of the Irish capital of a site for the statue- of the champion of Irish Home Kale is the unexpected with a venge ance. Why there should be aqy /engenace is a conundrum solvable only by the people who have continued to believe in i'arnellism as a peraoasl force for a decade- after the person whitout whom the foroe was .nothing, went to his grave. For eome reason even more whimsioil there is vengeance where there ought to have been gratitude. No statesmau in English history ever did so muoh for Ireland as Mr: Gladstone, or suffered se much for his efforts to help the Irish people. Si far back as 1870, he got the first Irish, Land Act passed, which gave something of the tenant right which the people had been demanding ever si...

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