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WHEN THE DAY IS DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

4 WJH1N THE BAT 13 DONE. ? Sarlirg, when the Shadows fall, AudtUeduyu done, When the enmton tbII 1b drawn O'er the sunken *un, Through the meadows oioiat with dew. Swiitlhie ttway ; All my hours of pleasure come. With the close of -Uy. g.T _-?5as'ihe pwtumrs from the flowers eaS: CA '' ~\itt-M (lio.tf swiMJt-iituiglit, |5f A» the dewdrops softer glow ypr 'f-' Iiiihe jwlf moonlight, SS/'' *15j, the hourd ufunre all pdsBod ^T; With the eu-iken snu, .- :tS Jo_v.«oine»,.ri ;in: to 'ny ioul i '._-' 'WJitn the'tky i« uo..B. y ' For thy pleasant face 1 greet, ~.~. ? : And thy einile I «ee, . When across ike dewy.Beldi ''-?'' 1 have come *o thee ; When I iiusten home, my love, '?-?? With the sinking «un, All tny swe test pleasures eouie When the day a lone.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

THEY CALL IT A MIRACLE! Doctors give him up! Hospitals discharge him INCURABE! A DARS? AND GLOOiViY PROSPECT! I RAY CF SUNSHINE and a PERFECT 'RESTORATION. iTtr OIIR Sl-KCIAt HErOttTKB.) iVhat is loj^aliy ConsicEurcd a. R!lrae!o iBKliit'-h Km jx-if .rmo I «!? Silver Watrr, «oni':i lima u.illuj ?' Iiilcilowu,' a-i in.n;y tl'U-tU: 'iivu l!i«ro, u yveui'v -hn t-^1 vill-ge ne.ir An -mm, mil ivli.nt II) i:',i!c» ironi Sy-1n«r. on tlr- m ;-.nu; nrl..ui ?ifie. N«w» of tlie pi'.rici.'t r' »:on.tion of licnith to Mr. Wilii hi lbl.eit Imving «n! aliro fl. we iii!,;-iir.;liej or.c of mir rcpoi tcm t'- tlie ilihlriut iu institute dHcaruiiint,' invci-t.ig iliou Uito llic c*8i?, am? fiml Hut Th« Al5»c;!ui-e Truth from Mr. Ii-l-u an-i il\* Mi^.il'ouss, 'who ppcar t'- lixye mule :|ic catt -in« yf uc.iuritl inure tin tlie iici^li'ionriiiiuil Inr s.,nio lime patt, for it has lice.n a H.iily su'/juct of 'a vci«8(iuu .Muongal tlie miuy people ?cijiiai'itc t w ith the pmliciilfiiii. , 'J'lic rrjiortcr c...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Phillip's Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

Mr. Phillip's Meeting. On Fn'u'ay evening, '9th iisst., Mr. S. Phillips, M.P., addressed u fairlv large meeting iu the Council Chamber's Narromine, in apposition to tlie Commonwealth JliH. Tlie Mayor (Aid Jaines Nelsdii) presided. Mr. Phillip', who wbb wull lvci-ivtd spi.kc tor nljout an hour nsid a half, and dealt iu an exhunslivc tnanin'r with the auieudmi-nts maile in the Dill since the last refrmidum, and with tho provisions of the Bill itself, and con cluded by urging bis hearers to record their vote* against the Hill ou the 20t.li and wait for a Biil more ac ceptable to the people of N.S.W. English Sporting. At the Lewes Spring Meeting on June 9, the principal event requit ed us nnder : Lewes Spring Handicap, of 300 nova, lowest handicap wiiyht not Kss tlifln .fist 7,'b; winuing penaiics. I mile. - AIi\' H'. C. White's ch g Form, by , Cratibrook — La Mode, aged ? 1 Mr.O. J. Miriy's be, by Ueuce of Clubs — Sweet Mart, 3yrs ? 2 Mr. H. de Pnraviticu's ch h Rook wood, by Wiukfield...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Local Travelling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

Iiocal Travelling Notes. ( pur own Correspondent.) And first, an appreciative notice of the rain. It began to fall on Saturday, the 3rd inst.. followed up on Sunday with a smart shower at sundown, the gauge shewing 98 points at the Trangie Post-office. Ou Tuesday night and Wednesday, it was continuously hhowering at Trangie, and the total precipitation is probably about \\ inchej, with every appearance of more. Mild aud slush notwithstanding, a fairly good congregation assembled on Sunday evening lost at the Presbyterian Church, Trangie, to hear the Kev. J. T. Main, of Dubbo, and they were, or should have been, amply rewarded for their heroism. Mr. Main based his remarks on that much-controverted recent booklet, yclept ' In His StepB.' The author of that work propounds the query, what would the Master of Christendom do were he a newspaper man, a lawyer, an editor and so on. The theris is by no means profane, but is clearly open to profanity were we to set down the highest name in th...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gold, Bright Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

. Gold, Bright Gold Crowhuret aiid Sons lodgH with the Commercial Banking1 Company of Sydmsj, Narromiuo, on Monday, 264:-z of gold, the result of tbe recent enmh ing of 160 tons of stouoat their five head battery. lloloney aud party, also Cavanngh and party, will shortly commence crushing their stone at Crowhurst's bntteiy. Hew Bank Buildings. Mr W. O'Neill intends erecting uew premises for the Narromine Branch of the Commercial Bank. The now odifin«','' which will occupy the siti- ou which l hi; present biii.k t-luiiilp, will contain uiue iooius. Tbe woik willbu comnu-jtceci early next^moutb. Troughi; ?.t Gi.bar. A public meeting was held at Cobar early la»stweekat which it was decided to npp:y to the Railway Commissioners to briug water free from tbe Macquario River at Narromine, and if necessary to appeal to tbe Premier. Tho position is serious. One speaker pointed out that hundreds of persons were unable to pay the exorbitant rates for water ow ing to the long period now elapsed...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Timbriebongie. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

Timbriebongie. (Prom our own Correspondent.) The past season of the Timbrie bongie Crick«t Club, has been a faiily successful oue. _Ten matches wire played, 6 being won, 2 lost, 1 drawn, and one resulted in a tie. b\ Sherwood ngein heads the batting average - f 50.1 for 1 1 innings ; also highest individual score, witn a score, with a score of 107 not out. The bowling averages as fair as they can be made up (all the analysis not being taken), are as follows. W, Bocock. 6 (or 20, G. Light, 15 for 80, G. McKillop, 4 for 21, A. Cameron, 34 for 84, A Holland 21 for 168. F. Bullock 7 for 67. Followiug are the batting averages. j -? e 'p ? a; o? , Batsman. f. 1 * £P g | g F. Shwwood 11 2 107*45150.1 A. Ityiie 1 0 19 IP 19 J. Butts worth -41 28* 51 17.3 H. Bullock VI 0 56 180 15.8 A. Hollnr.d 14 0 43 154 11 G. McKillop 6 2 22 41 10.3 W. Iv.-s 6 0 23 55 £.2 G. Li-lit 12 1 28 99 9 F. UuiK-ok 14 0 4G li-5 8.3 J. Perry 7 1 13 44 7.3 Roy McKillop 2 0 10 12 6 W. Bullock 10 1 14* 45 5 T. Tanswtll...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

Municipal Council. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Monday even ing last in the Council Chambers. Present: The Mayor (Aid. Nelson), and Aldormcu Walker, Gunning, Bell and Kiei-nth. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. The Mayor read an apology for non attendance fr- 'in Aid. Mnith, who is in Sydney aud whose health has been poorly of late. Aid. Bell rose to make a personal explanation. lie wished to apologise to the Mayor for any interjection be (Aid. Bell) had made at a recent meet ing of the Council suid'for any inter ruption that he may have bcun guilty of. He was sony that he had been led into saying anything, and'nlso that ho had remained awity from the meetings of the Council eiuw the affair occurred. He felt he owed a duty to those who placed him there, and he was there that night to do his duty. The Mayor said he did not think Aid. Bell had done anything for which he need apologise to him. Aid. Walker said that as a letter h...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

latest Jntelliqenee {BY WIRE)! SYDNEY, Thursday. A cable ? was _received to-day from Mr. Want, in London, imploring the people to reject the Commonwealth Bill, which means disaster to the colony. Serious Hindoo riots are extending over a territory pi 100 egluarfr miles, occupied by Trnneville and Madras. A numbor of villages irere .pillaged and burnt.. The rioters-,attaoked the Sepoys;.., .''4 ,'.-..- ;.. ,'J ,.* The Premier: addressed large and enthusiastic, aneetings at Junee and Cootamundra yesterday, ,anjsl secured, practically, unanimous votes for the Numerous. Meetings of the JBillites and jSjitt-Biilites are being held in the ciiyand.6ubu.rbs. ... . ? fl'he 'delegates'- tp .-the Convention with the exception of Messrs.. Lyr' 'and McMillan, signed an appeal .'to the electors to yotefor the Bill.- . , ^Wet weather is interf ering 'greatly with the campaign. .' . The Colonial 'Secretary suggests to the Governor thai to should despatch one of the warships now in port in search of...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

Vagrant Notes. What was known as the ' Arcade ' is fast resuming it's old appearance, for what with, the buildings already completed- aud . those searing com pletion, its former busy aspect will soon be renewed. The lire was not altogether an unmixed evil, the new shops being 'both structurally and .arcmtccturally tar superior to those destroyed. To a largo extent the bhop fronts are a great departure from the early Jvarromine style, the old many squared windows being replaced by p-ate glass fronts of quite an imposing appeai-auce, much enhancing the effect of the goods displayed. *** The English team of footballers has arrived iu New South Wales, and a meeting is called iu Nnrromine for the purpose of forming a Footbal| CJub. Perhaps there is no connection between the two events, still our club, when formedj^inay be able to -'arrange a match with the visitors. Cricket is all very well in its way as an impor tation, but football is undoubtedly the national game of Australia — that i...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cricket in England. AUSTRALIA v. YORKSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

Cricket in England. AUSTRALIA v. YORKSHIRE. London, Juue 1% ' 1.15 p.m. — The Australians commenced the second match against 'Yorkshire at Bradford to-day. The weather wa« fine and the wicket good. There waa~ a large attendance on the ground. The following were selected to re present Yorkshire : J. T. Brown, D. Denton, G, Hirst. S. Haigh, E. Wain-wrighti Brown, jun., D. Hunter, Se!!.iis, Milclall, Wilson, aud J. Tui.a.d.-C-. _ ? : ? . . , ? ^ Trumble, Johns, and Iredale areg standing \-nt of the Australian j; team. ,,? ',';'„, ??- The Australians went in first, Darling aud Wprrall aS usual opening the innings. . Darling waB bowled by Brown, jun., before he had 'scored. One wicket for nil. .. ?.:-.' ??'?? 2.50 p.m.— Hill joined Worral, who after scoring 7 was. caught by Tunnicliffe. . ? ^Gregory followed, but soon lost his partner, who was bowled by Hirst for 6. Noble joined G^gnry. Tho ^*:i '?!;7!i,?*--' 'r.--iri'qi'.*-':V .' h ?«im- ''j ? snko to tdiii;.- a mfuid,* fi-r^-ttheu lie ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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H. H. Association [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

H. H. Association Atthe annual meeting of the Half Holiday Association on Tuesday night, there was a large attendance of mem bers, ar.d iu the absence of Mr. Jules Kierath, President of the Association, Mr. T. Denton, one of the vicePresi dents. took the chair. After the Hon. Secretary, JM.r. it. jacaguer, nau rrau the treasurer's balance-sheet, which showed a credit balance, the election of officers was proceeded with. For the position of President of the As sociation there was only one nomin ation, Mr. W. Cohen, and he was unanimously elected. On taking tbe chair the new President proposed that a hearty vote of thanks be recorded to the retiring President, Mr. J. Kierath, who was then present, as it was iu a gi eat measure owing to his untiring exertious that the gratifying success of the Association was due. This was carried by acclamation, and in response Mr. J. Kierath, in a few earnest words expressed his appreciation of the kindly feeling displayed towards him for what was on...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

r*V*v mifHiM BROTHERS ,^~ I ' »E«r liy Special Api-ointment to JyffiffiE.jJL. Hta Excellency th« Governor. ! ~jg£rmF ^'E? AA ' f The bes« qualities obtainable, only imre an-» wliolrwwne TV- ! ^T ia IfaA^ ' ' t stocked, and every lent guaranteed fur Quarts Parity *n-\ tfahie. j Ma ? ? '''^ ''' ''!?' r Our Iinimrmttiim -* Coffue c -mp-he th» Finwt B-nnfi the WorM -*» iirwini*. »? J ' EH ' ? ^^ rf'Si |f'i»W»S'«' ?'? *% J roa-t mid niiupljr It Irish from our Mills .1 -lly. With he al.l tA e»|' rV 'kill and JIM r j . Kti ? , Rf * 1' I' #* M» J6^ 1 nelBiitlii,' «n.f |iropnri.iir, *? are enahlid to .-iw that diUtwtlun *hiobhuir»In»l lor ou ? 1 ? *15 ft W%* W«J?i^V 1 C°CM. M*tTED COCOA, and CN0C0C4TE. We only **k cmnptrlran Mi. ^^S^Kf^' 534 GEORGE ST., ofp.t«-«..., SYDNEY. 'Weiave to aM eour customers in this district-that Kr. Bell s not Bif incur employ. On; re»re-entativ«, Mr. A. T Latter, is; however, in the district and will lave the yleasvie t-f waitin; ionail at an early date, when an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

' *yiBY Sriday mgsning. Hlfl A IiSBpABD DilLI IHCREABIKG -t— - CiBOOtinoK. ?? — - 'M B :wfg_ § ;B;i %:- i§l!| PEE QPABTEfc. BOOKS©, fc. ~- '

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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BRIEF MENTION [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

BEIEF MENTION The STolor.g ' Argus' sajs — ' The people of NaiToruiue are agitating for ' an animal Agricultural Sliow. Surely an important district like Narromiuc can support one.' Referendum Day— Tuesday next. 'ilieru is a good 'y nunibor /f horses training local;y for the Narrominc Jockey Club's mcetiug cm the 28th June. j ' The Australian cricketers, in the ! match against Cambridge University, scored a brilliant victory by ten wickets. Oar readers are reminded of the concert in aid of the local Wesleyan Church, which takes place ou Wed nesday evening next, the 21st iustaut. The Public School breaks up nex week for the mid-winter vacation. Every mau should vote on Re fereudum Day. Skating in the ABsetrib'y Hall last Wednesday. A contingent of NHrrorninites journeyed to Uubbo ou Weduosday to the wheel race between Mr. T. Her bert, of this town, and Mr. W. Camp- ' bell, of Peak Hill.. The 28th inst., tie dnto of the Niir roniiue Jockey Club's rao imetiiig, ban been proclaimed a pu...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 June 1899

HER AaSfESJlinJ^r m- jbore will he hoW (it «|srrsai**-t Me. A. Mobton's Hofbs next SRv yK|ff0-DA¥ mOHT, 19th Jkbt., with a view gfe jffttot'Jornuiig a Ftkrtball Club. 5Sr s =K ' Jji Footballers will up jg- J; .'V, ..,-?,'?. ? f- -. T- .DENTON, S'v;, ;^ Bon. Sco, pro, tein. I; Notice. tF the owner of a BAY HORSE branden like C over — over J {7revtTsed) docs not remove same in 14 .:';? . Days, 1 shall sell to cover expenses. : U. HODDINOTr. ' Backwater. June?l4. Caution. ANY Persons breaking Fences. Hunting with Dogs, Shooting, or in any way trospn»sing on 'Cornucopia,' without per million, will be prosecuted. -J & S « SMITH. Notice. TENDKR8 are invited for Cutting and Delivering 50,000 feet of Vise, and 10.000 feet of 1R0NBABK LOGS, at CbciwhurstSaw Hills, Toukglei:, All particulars to be obtaiucd from G. H. Crowhurst. -~* Tenders close on lbth Jckh next. G. CROWHURST & EONS. ^ i% *MF tf% *& ^5' *#* %» %Jf)- 4s* 1s$ 42* «5v 4j- fpN aid of Local Wesleyan Church...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 June 1899

THE COLD WEATHER IS HERE AT LAS Lay in Your Wool Goods now, Wrap Blankets, Rugs and Flannels, Aud Remember You Can Buy to Advance by Calling on 1 KM, Nelson ami Gi The Original Pioneer Storekeepers, i¥*A-ttP''i^s t jportunity of informin:* the R'sidentn of N-irromino an( Jt i.tOytheh i/,.rif. )n.»l Kx.t r'J-i? 07 ,S[ V \t, tli-.ir firs Shipm»jut of Wist er Goods for ttio'Coming Siason, comprising — Imported direct from London, cinsisting of all theNowpst Winter Materia' — FLiAMMSLKrTBri, MANTLKd and NOVELTIES in Wool Goods Ever) Line Nsw, Fresh & Up-to-date Patterns, Samplss s id Prices Posted by Eeturn on Applicatior JUiT Oi'ENiiJ) Fmcy Flanuelett**' Fancy Cashuierettfs Twill Flannelettes French Beiges Frtiicv Series N w Caslimprns Twill Flanne!« Latest Novelties IN Rnttonfi A Lfcvs Ginipei & Tiinmii gs Plnxhw & Volvt -b All to Match the Xcw Materials Opened. Bedrock Prices FOR, Trnvelliiip RugR Clondfi & Shawl Plush Table Co vrrs Ladies' French Cloa...

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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 June 1899

Vagrant Notes. In company with some two hundred of his fellow citizens, that Kueal des cendant of the one and only Romu'ous, ' The Vagrant,' attended a debate in the Assembly Hail on Monday night last. The debate was a kind of triangular duel with a decided bias in favour of Federation under the present Bil!,two of the orators supporting1 that measure with heart and soul, m fact, with everything but argument, win Kt the third opposed it toiith and nail. The chairman having explained that the debate was to be fought under Glebe Island Rules, each round to last 15 minutes, and no blow to be delivered below thechin, called on the opposition to address the meeting. In a brilliant little speech that gentleman, whose style is a sort of composite b ending of Harry Foran and the late William Gladstone, showed a thorough grasp of his subject, and in every instance wnero niB vie*™ ogiwwnmi «.».. ~ -- — he carried his audience with him. On resuming his scat, after cataloguing c many evils of B...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 June 1899

3RIEF MENTION. : . A Wilpannia undertaker has liad bis hearse Bcizud for debt, anil ilie case has been referred to auuthcr Court. In, the meantime the dead have to be «oniveye-l ten the cemetery in au ordiuaiy vehicle. , A pet Shropshire e wo was disposed of at the Goulbarn £a!e Yards re :eiiily for £2 3», a record pi ice for a nin^lo nheep. Ao impromptu guessing competition- vras arranged on the ?weight of the sheep, ami about 50 entered for it. On beinj* kil'ed and dressed it was ' found to weigh 145lbs. Four persons guoosed tlie correct weight. : 33ie reliable Family Eomedy Woods' Great 5?eppormiiit Cure for Cough' 1111J Colds, I9 G I and 2s 6d. Two Englishmen, whn were rp eeotly gneete of Admiral K fkUud at the Mare Island n*vj yard, were halted one evening by a aentry iu their return to quarters. The pa*H lyord th»t night was 'LIhIio,' but the visitors bad neglected to p.ist thetn t %rea on this point. So they were »I -1 loss when* t.he magic wor-l wax d^m^nded. ' What's the co...

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Football Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 June 1899

Football Meeting. On Monday evening las*, a meeting was held at Mr. A. Moston's Hotel, Xarrouiiue, to t-y and form a Kootbail Club Owing to the Federation m. et ing (a, debate between Aid. Walker and G Woi.ds), which eventuated m the Assemb7Hftll.it had to be post poned till about 9.30 p.m., when some 20 assembled to do their utmost tn the * ? _„ Mr. Deuton as Hon Sec, pro. tern, in few appropriate remarks said he hod been H(-proached by two or three young men in the town to try and form a club. He thought if it was taken up and a litte enthusiasm infused it, it was a very good thing for tho town. Mr. Duun was voted to the chair. On taking the chair that gentleman said the first thing was whether a club wa3 to bo formed. After some discussion it was decided that as there was no cbauce of forming the Association (Victorwn) game that a Ruby Ciub should be formed which was accord ingly done. The following officers wore enrolled : Patr.ra, Mr; F Mack ; President, the Mayor (Mr. J. Nelso...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Shipwreck. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 June 1899

, ' The Shipwreck. *r!i(i»ngry troves bent high upon ' I'lie gloomy, rack-bound shore : Tim Tiiging wind sltrii'ks lou I tind fierce, - And drivea the sloet before. Fir out 4t sea a glorm-tosscJ bark *?' ' HoUson the wiiitc-capptWl xv:ivc\ Wliilt- men and women kneel and pray '-..:„ Vp God their lives \o eare. , -~31i«1wrisTniirkodhy linesof eurf, ' Wliicli break witli wail^ig uio ui ; Ji-«m4ths!tbar*Ue Witboiir lira, ; Vhere shipwreck jg uuknown. ^ T'li' doom'J ship tosses on tho wnves, V, I'lte timbers creak j»d strain 5 VV.iile hearts nrp tmi^ nttiioiglvt of tlioto ',.-. TSiey ne'er m»jr see uj;iiu. Night closet oVr an angry s-one v Of slorm-WHVcs mount ins liiisli ; 3?he morning breaks, tne aun aliinea from A clear and clou Jle«i tky. Thespirkling waves liinee o'er the bar, ' . Hoar fiiked with feathery fo 1111 ; The «torm-binls g.iily s.vucp away To reiuh their otom ho.no. Wlille here imd there, upon the waves, Fioit shroud nnd mast and spur, The storm-king's victim* lie bene i...

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