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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

THE mD WEATHER IS HERE AT LAST '-/' - -?- ?.. ? . '- ' Lay in Your Wool Goods now, Wrap Blankets, Hugs and Flannels, And Remember Yon Can Bay to Adrance by Culling on Butt, Helsoo and Go The Original Pioi33r Storekeepers, cy-AqpitiliS t Iportnnity oF iiifnrminc *'io Residents of Narromine nnd 4» i.tOy the Is *** J m 0 n-i-s 1 Ex. iJL!? Ob1 SLW1, th»ir first Shipment of Wl.NTEi; G'iOos fur tlic Coming Season, comprising — Imported direct from L'-nrl in, e insisting of all the Newest Winter Mater ia — PLANNELETrKS, MAXTLBS and NOVELTIES in Wool Goods Evar- Line fihw, Fresi & Up-to-date Patterns, Samples a ;d Prices Posted by eturn on A-plkatio ?? JUST 02EmD F*'icy F'onnclettcB Fancy Oa-hmeretu?s Twill' FlnmiL-l.-tteB French Beiges Piiicv Rnrgf» N w Cashmeres I'will r lunnela Lest or - tie Hut tons A Lscrs Gimps & Thinnings PlnsheR & Vrlvets All to Mamh ilie New Materials Opened. Be, rjck Pric s for Travelling1 Rnp-s ClrniHn & Shavl ,Plii»h Tahle Co v«.r...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Mems [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

Sydney Mems- ^ ( our own Correspondent.) . : '?'.?'.. -.'-. .— - _' ?? . ' ?'?'^. - The Referendum riot has shifted to.. Queensland. ..-? T ~ There is ? bnt t staff - and ' nonssnee abpnt the 'atafiing the oallot bosea' . statement. ~;J, .V '?'..? .'S:.^-';%-^--.\.i:.-~ - - Will Qaeenslaud 'V.ebme .in? ,,Of coarse, Queensland knows when.1 to come in— ont of the wet. . . ..???- i\-: John Boberteou the Oobb 4 Co. Coaching King,' reached the end? of bis earthly journey on Saturday night last. The famous firm is dufuuet. Political writer Peters of the 'Daily . Telegraph' leaves oq a sis months holiday. He visits Europe and Am r-ea. His bestknojvn. work is the .-Pai-lia'-r tnentary 'gossip.^ Recently' he did ^ the introdtrotion to the ;Daily Secret' Conferenos -i-}olunin. Hia styje, is; iocisive, clever auct, -.-of jcoarae, iraagiuative. lierKonally Peters - is a favorite io Parliamentary and prefix circles.. .- i{e . is an ? uncompromising teetotaller who periodically enjoys aii ocean j...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

?For Bronchial Coughs take Woodi' FcppMT mint Core, U 6d sod it 6-1. ,, - ' ,if'- . ^*-

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

LONDON, Wednesday. Russia is spending four millions' liter' ing in purchasing an ordnance in America, and a'eo., devoting thirteen^ million' roubles for the defence of* Vladtvbfet6et- CRICKET. Berwick, 'c Nt-ble, SMcLeod, 12- ; Hancock; b McLeod, 29; Storer, not ont, J&& ; Bagisfeaw, b McLeod, 9; Wright, b Laver, 0 f ? Ewalied, ' » McLepd, 0 ; Sugg, retired(hurt, 1 C HirsC bit on, b Laver. 12 ; Sundries, 15; Total, .171. McLood twlrfr wickets for 16, Laver 3 for 45; ? At*- . - tralia won by an innings a»d 261 runs.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

Municipal Council. * The uBual fortnightly mentioij of the Council was held on Monday evening in the Council Chambers. ' v Present s^The Mayor (Aia.,Nelaon) and' Adermen Bell, Gunning, and Kierath. ' The . minutes of the previous meet-' ing were read and confirmed. CORRESrOSDESCE. ' , A letter was read from Mr. Patter son, pound keeper, asking that Mr,. E. Woolley be appointed to act as pouud ' keeper during Iiie (Mr. Patievson'e) absenoe'in Sydney. Cousiderable da onBaion took place with regard to Hie r'tion'of the'present poundkeepL-r, having been' Rppoiuted by the Bench Sf Magietrates, Aid.:- Gunning proposed-, and Aid.. Bell secended, That ttipjCouncil Clerk commnnicato with - lit, ' PatterHoiv. pointing ont to him that as he. had1 been appointed, by the Bench it would . be adviBable^Di1 him to send iu his ** -(resignation : to same, and - let the poundkeeper be. oppoiuted by the ? . Counoil-^-Oarried. ?- ??'??? -, Ald;*-- BeM proposed,, and. Aid-. Kierftth seconded, . ' That- A...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

Liver & Kidney Trouble, CLEMENTS.' TOiST The Case of /if 7 ^T ^^' jH i I Win Louts Bernasconi. (by ouk shjcial r.Bi'or.Tun.) 'I WAS seized, 'said Mr. Hcmasi-oiii, 'with violeii' paius (icio.is_lliO;lm(;k.' Oui reporter whs scutud ' puSL'e the speiili«r in Mr. B-.TiiiSooni's rokii'tai'co; fit -Oinlilfoiil mnr Sydney. ;i :d waaiAiiig ciucful notes if all ?that !v- said. ? ' And,' lAxUjnned- Mr. IJemaEcniii, ' clusuly fullnwiiigfupciji Uusc p:iiiie dim Very Bad Headaches. t'coulriu't. i)ml;«.niit wlito, was tlio ninlter i*ith \uv. licit p-eat lassitude him! hail no i-jcliu»tibri toiiiove about. I diilu't car-; f- r my food. and, when it wns broi:glt 10 me' I tol3 my wife to uke it awy.a* 1 onuklu't , be-tt *o' look ot it. If pciip!e s|sokB to me it irritated me, for I look no nitere»t in wliattlioyautil, and I felt us though ii was too much trouble to tp« k. At la-t I -ni'.y said yte.aml no when i-pnki-fl to. \\ lieu I stijod up cutlilcnly I cLo'..M Feel so Dizzy that I was .fo...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services SUNDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

Beligious Services ,, SUNDAY, JULY 2,., Tomjogley, 11 a.m. McPhail, 2,3g p.m. Narromine, 7350 p.m. , Bev. 3. Land.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Coonamble Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

The Coonamble Rail way. -' A hastily convened . meeting of the Narromine Railway teagne wan held in Mr. CahilPs offi«v on' Saturday morning last for the pnrpbse of appoint ing local witnesses to give evidence, be fore the Sectional Committee of the Pnblio Works Committee at Dubbo. After some discussion .Alderman Sunning movenVThat Messrs. F. Mack, W. O'Noilt, E. Cahill, and Alderman G. W: B.ll, (secretary) be deputed to attend the sitting of the Sectional Committee and-give evidence. Aid. Bell's name was omitted a' his awn request, aud Mr. Dunn seconded the resolution which was carried unanimously. The enquiry was commenced at Dubbo on Monday, and we publish below a report of the evidence given by Messrs. O'Neill and Cahill. ' A large numbpr of Dubbo residents also gave evidencP, all of whom naturally Bnongh favoured the Dubbo route. W. O'Neill, J.P., examined, deposed he was a farmer and landowner near Narromine; he (with Mr. Cahill) re presented the NarroraTnB - Railway League and...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

Brief Mention. It is estimated that there were about 700 people at the races on Wednesday. The colors of the newly-formed football club are to be black jersey with white maltese cross. Jonathan Smith, of Balcathefine, near Went worth, died suddenly on Referendum Day ; it is supposed from election excitement. An exchange Eftys : — Mr. Dan McAlnry. of Mackville, brtwueti Wnrren and Coonamble has 200 acres of wheat under crop ou bis estate on the shares system. Mr. F. Diaper, of this town, met with a imsty accident on Wednesday morn ing. He fell from the top of a load of chaff to the gi-ound, bieaking one of his fingers and receviing a number of scucre bruises on his legs and body. Mr. D. Bevgcr, who styles himself the great price reducer of the west, !p in town. with a large stock of drapery, c'othlng, boots, grocery, ironmongery, &c. &c. He will hold auction sale* daily for the next six or sevrn dnys, at Mr. G. W. Bell's cottage, next to the Exchange Hotel. The good p...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Races. NARROMINE JOCKEY CLUB'S OPENING MEETING. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

The Baces. NARROMINE JOCKEY CLUB'S OPENING MEETING. A GREAT SUCCESS. For some days prior to the date of the opening meeting of the Karromine Jockey Club, our usually sedate little town presented quite an unusual aspect. Where before, the scenery -was purely agricultural, strange outeropB of that noble animal, tbe horse, swathed in coats as many-coloured as that of Joseph of old, were to be seen, whilst the street corners during the day, and the various hotels at night, fairly overflowed with philanthropic gentlemen, hard in feature and strident of voice, criers of the odds whose num bers will be sadly diminished once the Totalisator becomes the law _ of the land. The influx of visitors was so great that the hotels, in ordinary times quite equal to all demands, had their resources taxed to the uttermost ; shake-downs were as plentiful as fallen leaves in Vallambrdsa^ even the se cln6ion of the btables was invaded by some on s'eepy thoughts intent, though this was more by default than...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Wedding Bells." [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

'Wedding Belte.' We regret that owing to onr having readily subscribed to what is regarded by country editors as the proper course in adopting proffered Manuscript, we, relying on the authenticity of adocn ment purporting to be signed by the father of one of ike contracting parties, pub'ishel a detailed account of a mar riage which never took p'ace.- We alluded to the'paragraph in last week's issue under the heading of ' Wedding Bells,' wherein we, with some atten tion to detail, described how a mar* i i ige ceremony had been performed on the previous Wednesday by the Rev. Father Ciirrah in the local R.C. Church, the alleged contracting parties being Mr. Thomas Lynch and Miss A. Peake. As before explained, we pub ished the paragraph as ft con tribution apparently from Mr. John Lynch, of 'Hartwood,' the father of the supposed bridegroom, but it turns out that the contribution referred to is a forgerv, as Mr. Lynch assurcB us he had no act or part in causing the publica^on of the para...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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SYDNEY, Tuesday, 5.30 p.m. RECONSTRUCTION of MINISTRY [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

SYDNEY, Tuesday, 5.30 p,m. *- RECONSTRUCTION of MINISTRY . Mr. Reid, Attorney-General. * Mr. Carruthers, Colonial Treasurer.' J£ ?3r. Mr. Young, Minister for Lands. j? Mr. Lee, Minister for Works. _..-' J,. ' Mr. Hughes, Minister for JosticeK* ''* ^ Dr. Cullen, Vice-President of the'' Execntive Council. - ?? .? .. ,-

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Church of England Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

Church of England Bazaar The bazaar iu aid af the funds of the local Church of England, was brought to a close on Wednesday evening, when an immense crowd of visitors attended. The time at our disposal is too short to give full de tails in this issue, but we shall en deavour to get all the particulars we can for next isfne. The winning num bers in connection with the Art Union are as follows : — No: of Ticket. 1st. Prizo 73 2nd. ti 557 3rd. „ 254 4th. „ 316 5th „ 554 6tn „ 141 7th „ 140 8th „ 154 9th „ 616 10th „ 275 The fisst prize — a pony — presented by Miss Mack, was won by Mrs. O. Williams, of Tomingley; the 4th — 101b tin of tea — presented by Robert Harper and Co, Mrs. Lcnnon ; the 8th — a fat sheep —presented by Mr. J. Bartier, Miss Mprion Tyler ; 10th — 2 doz Edwards' Jam — presented by the Australian Jam Co., Mr. Victor Kierath ; 9th — fat sheep— presented by Mr. W. F Cooper, Mr. G Bailey ; fat lamb, presented by Mr. Stewart, Miss Castles. The winner of the other prizes ar...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

tatzit Mtklligenee* (BY WIRJ!). .. . SYDNEY, Thursday. ??*? Cardinal Moran declares that th* ?? ? reason Mataafa's claims to the king- ' ' ship of Samoa are opposed, is because., ?? he is a Roman Catholic. The Cardinal- T also asserts that pressnfe was brought -'-V to bear upon one warship's commander ?' to bombard the Samoan Catholic en» closure, but, he addr, he is not at' liberty to produce his proof. The English footballers defeated Toowoomba by 19 points to 5. Speaking at a Eederal banquet at/ Annandale, the Minister for Mines de clared in unmistakeable terms th%fe Parliament would Complete what the people bad done, by transmitting the'* Constitution to tbe Imperial Parlia ment, Mr. Barton, -who received a, greaV ovation, expressed the opinion that as soon as the .'Victorian people had spoken it was the duty of Parlia ment of. New South Wales to pass an address praying the Queen to have the. Commonwealth Bill laid before the!' Imperial Parliament. ? A' , It is rumoured that Sir...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

Kjl^aid There, ^^j-i^CeaJirayB laden with copper or. |.^p^en% arrived at Coudoboliu fion, Sjg , 3&it£horpe Agricaltnral Society is f^iri',* flourishiug BtAh», baviiiK £30:j r^V- .?oat »t £sad deposit, aud a small credit Jb^Wjanee at current acconnt. Lust far1* matches gave a uet re ur» of 1S3. ' j According to McGooey.^he narural 'jst, the biowu biiuku Ji«s been known tOBttain the gieat^t'ngih of 6ft. 2in. O.ne of the baud of K.S.W. lia ik mpts for the lHHt year decliirut4, in -evidence, that for the lust two years he spent ail aveiiigo of 25s a d»y in drink.'' '? t didn't -lriuk ail of it uiy , 'self/' he thongbtlully added. ? For Bronchial Cough* take Woo Is' Pepper ,mint Cure, Is 6i»«d 2»6d. ^ ' 'There ia only nne rfsetablance be twocn the 'English ariRtncrnoy and Australian spielers, 'ihey buth live od the game, ? , ' This age demands men who hnre convictions. . Where shall we tind rh--m ?'' enid the orator in a burst of fiery eloquence. ' In panl,' yelled a BC^Svsr at t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Football Rhyme. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

A Football Bhyme Football is again ' in '! and cricket is ' ont.' The term is begnn of tnr-^ moil and shont ; of semffle and fang ; of riot and rout; so boys, mind yonr eye, and never say die j though your limbs be dislocated, and your elbows knocked oat. For it's all in the game, which appears very tame, unless someone is huit, and sent home quite lame— 'frith his eye in a sling, or some other thing ; his pants, as an instance, tied tip with string. His eye bunged up tight, excluding the light, or other' wise presenting ? sorrowful plight. So rally up boys, and prepare lor root, for the fan is comrnencinif and 'tis your Saturday oat. — Amen, Sheep-Stealing at Warren On Wednesday a man named 3. Wilson was brought before Mr. T. C. K. M'Kell, P.M., at the Court House, Warrep, on a chnrge of sheep stealing. Sub-Inspector CameroB conducted the prosecution. The facts went to show that the defeiideut had been guilty of almost unparalleled audacity. Some months ae;o while employed on Batte...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

f '? ? IM| i, I, n i .1 * . LIMITED. | ^ Wffi$_ By Special Appointment 'to .^S^J^M. fris Bxeellonoy tiif Governor. ( ^^tdWm? ^tf*-*g 1% ^^ / The' best qiia!iti-s oV*inilil», only pure an. I ?wholesome T ^^T %? \ t!L*'\\S m '' I ripekcd, and erery !«?»( guarnnn-e.l lor ffiFallty, Purity ^n.t Value. j B »????«?«??* ourlmpor'siljn. ol OilT-is oMiipj.. ih- FiniHitB-»nii »hn W-irl.l-»'prod««. W j EC AMt*r-r'l--n j roa-t and mipplv ti, rrc-h fr,,tn n.u- MM:, d.lly. wiiii -he «M »f «-vi.W -MM »nd «?«.?? ? 1|C %^-U* « .» ?? fttm. ZitM W3 I CiCeeJ »uch a m.lc *nd -r*til.TiMjt mimw'lon. ? { -1 E- r - ?':.?'? ( There arc manv different kinds of Coeo». W» menufnetur* »ne ' jS£l ^^fc^k^VA «♦ J supply «i«m »H. f'ic PURE EXTRACT, th« HOMOEOPATHIC COCO*. KOL' 'ffl GOCOAo ' 1 COtO*, HALTED CtKOA. and CKOColftTE. W« only a*k comparUor I , ? ?§, I «2lai2!L2Ba.»aaaa«iaia». ^ wltn the ««nP-'*«d »''-?'«? I 'SIGNAL ?»?auyilMKBffi' 534 GEOKGE ST.,opB.t«-h.,i. SYDNEY. I 'We have to a to e our customers in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

VERT FRIDAY MORNING: i '.-I A LJMK3EAHD DilLT INORZAUKG — , CmcijtAwox. * — - i 7: . :7;r7--7 ?*?-?*. '7., -: -7^7 7sgtj I ??????..? ^-Sr^c. v ,/.-.:„ '' --:1

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Peace and Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

Peace and Progress. The people of New South Wales j deserve political peace and a measure o£ material progress. Wilhin five ? years they have had three General Elections ' and two Refercudume, { saveral alterations irf taxation, much retrenchment, disastrous droughts, serious uncertainty, rabbits, ticks, land tax, strikes and other miBtortuncs too numerous to mention. Surely it is about time peace was proclaimed and ' prosperity was ushered iu ? The ? chances are greatly in fnvop^of both. | The people having by an overwhelming majority declared in favour of Union that struggle has ended, forever. All the talk about ' no surrender ' is so much stuff and nonsense. In a few months the Imperial Parliament will' deal with the Commonwealth of Aus tralia Bill, and carry that measure unanimously in the House otGommons and in the House of Lords, and then all that will be necessary -will be the Queen's assent. The question, there fore, admits of no doubt whatever. That is why capital is alrea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 June 1899

p-fiffiBHE -nndersignfed wishes it to be K?:-'« tnown tfeat he has bought Mi. il'f '_ V' WumtosV iesee of premises in the K/-f ' ^rcade^jatid th^t Mr. Johnson has not fr* ''? -;*iow C«&y intereflt in the premises f ' referred to. g- - -. ' SAMUEL RING, Narromine.         Dentistry           Dr. Larbalestier   Reminds intending patients that he can be consulted on       -ALL DENTAL MATTERS —     from the   26th June to 2nd July,   or Longer if necessary, at MRS.   ROBINSON'S Commercial Hotel,     Narromine.   Impounded.   SMPOUNDED t rom ' VVoodlands'on the 26th JUNE, by R. Webb, Esq. ONE UHESTNU1' GELDING, ruu ' »ing star, collar marked, white fcpoi wider saddle near Bide, like JUii or iUE near shoulder, 6 yearn. 'If no...

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