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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

an€W1aitdebility: f A Richmond Lady Relates her Remarkable Recovery. The Cast of Mrs. Sarah Dover. (From tht Winitor ' Atutralian.') Bf eon spkcial tucroBTKB. A rep:«entative of this papier in tht course oi bis duty took & walk in th« direction of Fauci*. Street, Richmond, N.S.W., and knocked at the door of Mr*. Dover. It wu opeDed by a very pleasant* faced lady. 'Da I tpwk to Mr*. DoTert' queried the nwpipkper man. .-. . ' Too do,' ch* antwend, with a (mil*. 'Then will you permit dm to make a report of jronrcuet'* ' With alauar*;' and afUr wktng *-ar reporter to etoe^-aV-Md take ? a*** ah* imtnedmtelj: 'ui*u*- tele a relation of the fact* of hertUnea*. ' I en uiign so rmra fat it*' aba earn. ?need, ' but I gradually B«Ean -to r«n Away. Day by day I grew thinner and pater. I wa* told I mi aoflering'froai anemia, «r ? - want of wd blood corpuscle* in my rain*. A doctor attended me, and prescribed tut , me. I took hi* madias* for av loag tine, ? Hit physic, aowerar, wa* sot ab...

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 — 7 July 1899

Persian Scented .Stfine. ? «P HE '; PBRSL-iJ ;; SpENTBD fe STONE has no equal 'as a Per fume for Wardrobes,' Cabinets, Chests of Drawers, $o.,- &o. If' '. destroys . Moths, Silver-fish and Other Insects, an essential in every hpuseiold. * If carried with 'you: it will.be found 'a' delusions perfume, and an nnfaiHrijr diBmfectant. Per Box^os^Freejls 2fl PEB^IAN -PRODUCi COY, 265 Goulburn Steeet, Sydney. Mr. Elisha Berry, of this place, r s«ys he never had anything, do him so much good and give snob relief from . rheumatism as Chamlwrlai.n's Pain Balm. .He was bothered greatly with ' fihopting pain,s from hip to knee until . he used this liniment whigh affordB^. — prompt relief.— B.-F.' BA83iE,druggistB';'. St.. Paris, Qhia For sale -y G. W. Bablow &JjO. ..-.'.....; - . . When you can not sleep f6r,oougb-' ing takeChamberlain'a Cough Remedy. It always gives prompt relief. It is most excellent for colds, too, as it aids expectoration, relieves tbe Inngs and prevents any...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket in England. AUSTRALIA v. NOTTS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Cricket in England* AUSTRALIA v. NOTTS. LONDON, July S.—tn the first innings of the Nottinghamshire team Howell was themost successful bowler, taking four wickets for 21. ' . McLeod and Kelly opened the first innings of the Australians. The' former was soon sent back, being caught t»y Shrewsbury off Hardstaff before he had scored. ' ' . .. Noble joined Kelly j and a stand was made, 'ihe latter was eventually caught by Dixon oftWass for 21. Gregory came next, only to be taken at the wickets by Oates off Wass for 8. Trumper next partnered Noble, and tbe two PaddingtoniftMS' played out time, ?' ???-?.? ?« When Stumps' were drawn the score wa^ 106 for iliree -wickets, Noble not out 46, Trumper not out, &1^; ? The following is the score :, . Nottinqhajishiee— First:. Innings. Shrew^bn^,cTrumble,b1fcLeod' 51, A. O. Jones, c Jones, b Trumble... 19. W. TJunn, ,c Darling, b Trumble... 13' Dqton, b Howell .I.'. ... 4fT Gopdacre, b'Howell ,' ... ? ... 12 P.'Mason.b Howell ... ... 14' A...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

LONDON, Wednesday. President Krager and Great Britain agree that the appointment of a. Judicial Board of Arbitration be selected by African States and Colonies. - Large withdrawals from the Savings Banks at Pretoria are taking place. At a great meeting of merchants in Johannesburg, resolutions supporting Milner's demands were unanimously carried. ' ? '.-. *?' ' - *? ' ' '! Dreyfus, while suffering from fever at Devil's Island, was handcuffed and chained to bis bed for two months* Some of his letters were withheld for months and he imagined he was for saken. ....

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

? ''-.. LONDdSf; Wednesday. . Play- was. resumed .tawiay.' -The 'Australians closed their innings with seven rout for . 234, Noble l.b.w., b Dbton,' 84 j. Trumper, -o and b Attewell, 85 ; .Darling, - c Jones, b Dixon, 4; Iredale^c arid b /Wass, 12; Trnmbie, not out, 11.- ?-??'.. Notts,— Second Innings! '' Jones, b Trumble, 2; Gunn, b Trumble, 0; Sh rewsbury, c Howell; b Trumble, 84 ; Dixon/ti HoweH, 8 ; Mason, VTrnnbla 6: Attewell.b Howell, 15.- 'Innings ?losed with sit wickets for 182, leav ing Australia 49 funs to -wini . In the latter's second innings, Jones was caught by Gunn off Wass for nil ;: ' Darling, b Attewell, 23 ZtiamSU,- b Wass, 0; Kelly, hWa^^; Trumper^ b ' Wass, 0 ; Trumbte, ,r?£n ' ont, 0 ; Gregory 8, and Noble 0, batting. Total, 6out for 38. Match' drawn.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Australia— First Innings. , McLeod.cSbrejvsb.nrybHardstaff 0 Kelly, c DJxpn, b Wass ..^ '..,.. 21 Noble, not-put, ? k, , ... 46 Gregory, c dates, b.Wasa . „ ... 8 Trumpet, not out ..... . ? SI Sundries ........... .-;,'... 5 TbWwwkefefor ' '? ... 106

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Caution. A -NT Persons breaking Fences. Hunting ' witli Dogs, Shooting/ or in any way trespassing on ' Cornucopia,' without per mission, will be prosecuted. fltSS SMITH. Stock & Station Agents AKCHITE6T & JjLILLiING fc'L'liVEYOIi, Hob Commenced the Practice of his Profession in Narromine. All those about to bnUd will do well to consult T.S., who has had 35 1 * ' ? ^ ? years eatjerieu'ce in the Building Trade. All Communications addressed to M . Cohen, Watchmaker, Dandaloo Street, Nanomine, will receive prompt attention. ' %. ttferingham, leisftakef lirrehist All orders will E«ceive rompts , ' r .. .! . Attention* . *' Funeral* Conducted in First-tfasa . ityl*u$ x^asonable price*. ^ OR, LAf^ESTP ,Willj Visit ^afrpminc, for a period of ? ' ONE 'WEEK,* commencing from the 1st. of AUGUST. * '''.' PAINTERS, TRIMMERS '''??'' ?''*?? ?? — and— : DECORATORSj. 1 'WEAVER4 Bltpa ?'' '-WpAVB commenced BnsinPBi in BvGQTANO ? ULKT PilHTEBS, TrIMVBBS ah© Decorators .aud Rnioit '?«? ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Brief Mention. The Rev. Mr. Main will conduct divine service at Nacromino on Sun day at 11 a.m. Berger, the 'price reducer,' has been holding sales of drapery, grocery Ac , during the week. A- special meeting of the Narromine Jockey Club was held on Monday evening, and the action of the com mittee re the Rabbi business, was thoroughly endorsed. A policeman stationed at the Wes leyfln Church on Sunday, evenings might have a salutary effect on the shameless lamkinB who congregate about the door. The local footballers have arranged ft scratch, match for Saturday after noon. Mr. Simmonds, of this town' has gone to |Paek Hill, to inspect Ring's Commercial Hotel, with a view to lease same. ^ ' Billy' Rheece, the cross-oonntry rider, after lying in an unconscious condition in the Prince Alfred Hos TMlal for the past five weeks, succum bed to bis injuries on Wednesday morning. The' deceased piloted The Moor in a steeplechase at Rand wick on June 3, when bis mount came down with him. Daring ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Produce Markets. LOCAL CURRENT PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Produce Markets. LOCAL CURRENT PKICES. Chaff, £4 per ton. ? Oats, 3s per bushel. - ? . . .Corn, 4s ft? per bushel.: Bran, Is per bushel. . ; . Pollard, Is per bushel, Potatoes, £5 per ton. ? Onione, £,7 per ton. .:

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over Twenty—One. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Over Twenty-One. A yonng lady down Bombala way wrote ' twenty-one' on 'the sole of her boot and then told tne clergyman whom she wanted to marry her tbat she was 'over 21.' 'This 'white' lie has been told many a time before' for the same reason, but tbe ooncoo tors of the yarns seem to think that a ' white' lie is not as black as a 'black' lie. It ib not what you say that does the damage, bnt what the impression .is that you convey. Technically, this brilliant d»meel told tbe exact truth, bat if she bad said ' I am' over twenty tone years of age' she would have conveyed the same im pression .to the clergyman who would have pocketed his fee with no lighter heart. Bat all the same this 'white' lie did no good for as she was sot ac tually of age when the marriage cere mony was performed, tbe .marriage, in law, was nnll and void. She got a certain amount of spiritual satisfaction ia feeling that she bad gone through the ceremony, bat now the nnfortun ate yonng man in tbe case is under a...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vagrant Notes [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Vagrant Notes ? ▼ ? No doubt, as colonials, we aregt eatly interested both in Our cricketers and all that appertains to them, but isn't it - playing it rather low down, etrpping the veil off privacy as it were, when we are told per cable that Hill is to undergo an operation for the removal . of a growth from the nose, and ! Woirall to liave !his injured knee treated. Let us hope, in view of the large attendance at the mutches, that no operation will be performed on their gate-sumeys-welled pockets. We are quite able and willing to do all the surgical work required there On thetr veturn to Australia. ' . V ' ., ? The outlook in the Transvaal is be ginning to look very grave, so much so in fnct, that 37 Glen Innes volun teers have volunteered their services With this assistance, Great Britain, which has now been for some t?me hovering on the brink, should at once make up its mind to redress the grievances of the Uitlanders, Senti ment, much as it iesueered at, ie a great factor in the...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Services SUNDAY, JULY 9. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Religious Services SUNDAY, JULY 9. Pbesbytebuk Narromine, 11 a.m. ? Timbrieboneie, 2.45 p.m. . Trangie, 7.45 p.m. Rev. J. Main. . WESLETAH. Trangie,. 11 a.m. . ' Narromine, 7*30 p.m. Bev. J.Lund. ''

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 — 7 July 1899

Sydney Mems. (Prom our own Correspondent.) The ' Freeman's Journal's ' severe criti&sm_of Amy Castles' sieging is saifl'tb Be'uot unconnected -with a re fusal to allow the critic to sing at the Town HallcbnceVls. * ? ? ' __ Amy.^3a?tlegj;'.yoicD.is- simply bud Jfine, v Of -,cqnr8e it has recaived. scarcely any- training. But wait tall she has ? gone, through the singing ? academies on the European continent, like .Melba, and the world will pro- ' clajim her a-, star of ibe magnitude of lima Di'ilurska, Jenny bind, Adejina Patii, and Madame Melba. Already she sings like a nightingale. Our political history shows that a reshuffling of portfolios ib invariably followed by a iVlmietorial defeat Mr. Reid, having re-arranged bis cabinet has prepared for a prompt crisis. Parliament will meet in about .a fort night's time. 'Unless ihe- Opposition led by Mr, Barton keeps tbe Govern ment in office, a crisis is inevitable. Should the Government be defeated a general election must follo...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Her Ten Commandments. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Her Ten Commandments. Those are the new commandments, ten.' Which wires now make for married men. 1 BememW that 1 am thy wife, 'Whom thou must cheriih ia.ll thy life. 2 Thou ehslt Dot (fay out late at night, When lodgei, friends, or clubs invit»^__ 8 Thou Bhalt not .eroote indoor or oat. Or chew tobacco round about. 4 Thou shall with prai«e receive hit pies, Hot pastry made by me despise. 5 Mj mother thou shalt Btrire to please, '. And let'her live wilh us in ea»o. 6 Rem{*»b|» ^t'Bjby djity clear ' s ? To drew tne well throughout the year1 '-', 1 ThouehaJt In manner mild njiyaetik', ?Qi»e'%e4hy.w*aEes;.eTery week. ';: ??' ' 8 Thou-»ha]t not be a: drinking man, - . ? . But lire on a teetotal plan. ' .' - 9 Thon «ha}t not flirt, but.must allow Thy wife such freedom anyhow. 10 Thou shalt pet up when baby cries, And try the child to tmnqoiUse. These ror commands from day to day Implicitly thou shalt obey,

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

Sdttst intelligence (BY WIRE). SYDNEY, Thnrsday - Two men: -were arrested last night, suepected of being concerned in a series of clever cheque swindles upon city and suburban tradespeople. - The case of Kenneth Stewart 'Mc Gregor was called on to-day. A re presentative of the city bank was present, but bad not any evidence to offer. The accused was discharged. The Taemanian Referendum -will probably be taken on the 80th instant, and Queensland.on the 2nd September The English Footballers defeated Bnndaberg by 34pointB to 4. ffhe Bev. Mullineaux was injured I and moBt likely will be confinrd to his bed for several days'. At an important meeting, held last sight, under the auspices of tbe Far mers' and Settlero' Association, reso lutions were unanimously adopted iir favor of co-operation. amongst fanners ?and bringing customers and producers more cUedy together.- After ^general discussion it was decided that the Co operative Company be considered formed when 2,500 shares were applied...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Timbriebongie to Cobbora. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

From Timbriebongie to Gobbora. Br T. S. F. ! Starting i rom.Burroway station on a cold aud frosty morning Jast week, wo left spine of the wheat crops tbere about. afoot high, bat' 'not 'a vestige of grass to be seen anyythere, and: tbe sheop barely able to ' raise a ,trof. After leaving Bar ro way- run, we had ssreral' milea of a lane to travel tlirongbi a notioeable feature on. one^, side being a- large block of land vrhicb lias jast been cleared of the timber, with the exception at-Bomo very floe karrajong treei, and. has been partly struck out in bpds ready for . plonsfb ibg. On. the opposite side of the, lane, joBt across the way, jut _it were, is a fine paddock, of grass,, which we were S'tvenio understandbelongB to Wr. J. . Eyrie. . Here, also, is to. be seen some very fine pine trees. Having a *' Winchester' with us, snd seeing some large kangaroos just iuside the fence, one of tbe party tried his skill aa a- nwrksman,- butas die. marsnpial appeared to be more alarmed by the ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Armoy. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

.Armoy. (From a Correspondent.) A meeting was held here the other evening to arrange about having adance to celebrate the opening of the Armoy School. One gent, proposed- that each cne contribute 2s. 6d and give it to a caterer to- provide refreshments, but there was no seconder.' Ultimately, it was unanimously agreed that alii married people who intend being present must take their own eatables, and that single persons contribute 2s 6d. each to buy fruit for the com pany. Later. — They say that those going must take their own knives and spoons.

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 — 7 July 1899

When You Have a Bad Cold Yon want tbe best medicine that can be obtained, aud that is Chamberr Iain's Cough Remedy. , ? * You want a remedy that -will not only give qnick relief but effect a per manent cure. ' You vant a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy. You want a remedy that will coun teract apy tendency towards pneu monia. . ....,, ' Yon want a remedy that is pleas ant and, safe to take. .......... Chamberlain's. Cough Bemedy is the. only medicine in use that meets all of these requirements. This rem edy is famons for its cures of bad colds throughout the United States and in many : foreign countries.^ It has many rivals, but, for , the sptedy and permanent cure, of bad cofds, stands without a peer an-J its splendjtd qualities are everywhere admired' ana4 praised. For sale by G. W. Baslow 4 Co. .

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

M- Kcarijcy, -fc THE WOPLE'S TAILOR, ^ SpO be^weil Dreesed means to be clothed in garments suited in material ♦» and style to ihe person by whom -they ar* worn. A gentleman oltthed in a neat, stylish, well-made Snit of Clothes is a sight to gladden the artist's eye. All garments turned ow-v It. ZEASiSTJSY have the distinctive ments of being neat and BtftiBU ,- appearance, and are made by men whose skiH aodoaltirated tastes are eiiipt^j^l tea sphere1 where tailoring, as an art, is demonstrated. M. K's. long ssponence in First Class TaUoring firms emboldens him in asserting his ability to torn ont First Class We»k equal ^.^l °ratc!ttB8 -toil' r in Australia. He has great plessure in announcing tthat he has bis New Shop filled with Some of the Newest and Best Uatorial|s the world can prodnce, cdnsiBting of English andScoteh Tweeds. Plain and Fancy Coatinge, Black and Bine Corkscrews, Vicunas and Bergerettes of great variety. Also, Bedford Cords and Whipcords, Beaver Skin, aha every des...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 7 July 1899

T&bn)aS B€U HAtiraS.r.™a:Hi. eonn.etion with GIFFITHS* BOS- begfc to annonne. to the M»H. «?* kt ha. now ; ? ,? ?-? Commenced Bmsinessob Bis Own, Etc. Bedrock: Bribes for Teas of Sterling Quality will be His Aim. flp^l^^HP JL^ ^WT-1Pii Brisbane-street, Dubbo. -,'.', ; A Tltlipti ^QLICITER. v*^y-'-. : ?? ? . ... . :.:- .,.....--.. . -. ? m& S Has much pleasure in informing the residents of g§ t jfi ? ? Nairbmine and District tha| He has just opened V V - V I^arge Stock of Entire^ | ^^ Praper^ « 8 ;'7 r.,;;.;' ?,.??'.?.?'.?'?'..'?'???.; ^..m^iimLBbBBsS'i^wwHs:' ?. gg ..?^?:i^¥w«^^/;sBlaMikets,- Bugs, Cardigan Jackets, |* . B Macintoshes, Tweed Water-jH-oof Coats, Sweaters, .„:.„ y 'd|. '? -; Clouds and Shawls in. Oreat Variety -|j| M -;_J'-^; - ? ?liaoj ? . . ... . $§ * Bey '« and Men'* Winter Clothing and a Large Stock of j| Boots and Shoes of American and Gouilurn Makers _. - - . ,.. &&3ZGTJLP ??:. \ ..;\... -;;r ?? ?-??... '? .;: : 35 D»«ii Men1! Lar...

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