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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 17 September 1895
* ? BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Narandera branch was held in Flood's Hall on Thursday evening. There was a fair attendance, and during the evening the children from the Sunday school, under the supervision of Mrs Houldinv, rendered eevoral attractive hvmns. In the unavoidable absence of Mr J. W. Lees, president, Hr JLi. S. Donaldson, was voted to the choir, and ho was supported on the platform -by the Revs. Mr lildrid, Mr Andrews and Mr Hill (Sydney), secretary to the Society in New Sonth Wales. The Chairman said he had a start ling announcement to make, for he had somethiug to report, the branch having done something praotical dur ing the last twelve months. ' He had been ssoretary of the local branch, now, for a period of nine years, and they had not sent money to Syduey for a long time, with the exception of the few shillings taken up at the annual 'meetings. They had tried various expedients to raise money, but did not seem very successful. Last ...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 17 September 1895
SPORTING. Br 'Auorm'sGnosT.' fans has a stigut addition to his name. He is entered in bis English races as Lord William Bcresford'e Paris III. If the little wonder is in anything like his Australian form, he should pull off ona of the big priucB. Bruin, who was reported to be a trifle lame, is al! right again. G'Naroo, who was sold in Melbourne the other day for 55 guineas, is likely to be giveu another trial on the turf. During the month of August the Messrs Miller won nine races with live horses, the total value of stakes being £840. Bob Thomas Bays that he likes to lay horses that are pourtrayed as winners in dreams. The first wire received on Saturday for the Epsom gave Coural.ie as the winner, but subsequently auother wire auuounued Uopsootck. Tbe man at the other enl. evi deiillyinnittsd to put Hopscotch's uame iu his copy, hence the mistake. Paris is at 33 to 1 against for the Cam bridgeshire Stakes, to be run at Newmarket (England), on October 23. S eps are to be taken to es...
THE LIGHTING OF NARANDERA. Gas of Electricity. Meeting of Ratepayers. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 17 September 1895
THE LIGHTING OF NARANDERA. v Gas op Electricity. Meeting of Ratepayers. A representative meeting of ratepayers con' vened by the Mayor (Alderman Sullivan) was held on Friday evening in the Council Cham bers, to take the views of the ratepayers as to the advisability of lighting- tho town by electricity or gas. The Mayor presided, and amongst others present were Messrs L. S. DoualdBon, Willans, Blworthy, MeWille (manager A.J.S. Bank), Gardiner (manager Commercial Bank), Beeby, Aylmer, Glasgow, J. J. Kelly, Andrews, Henshaw, Aldocmeu Elwin, Wilson, Smiih, and Feint. The Major said tha Counoil had nnder consideration the advisability of lighting the Borough by means of electricity or gas. Before taking definite steps iu the matter it was thought advisable to ascertain the opinions of the ratepayers, at a public meet ing. A meeting was called for tho previous Friday, but owing to the paucity of the attendance ana tne absence oi several gouuu men, present now, he thought it better to adj...
PARLIAMENT. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 17 September 1895
PARLIAMENT. Tuesday. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr M'Millan took the oath and his seat. A number of petitions war* received from municipalities against the land tax as introduced by the Government. Resolutions providing for the introduc tion of the Custom Duties Abolition Bill were moved by Mr Keid, and agreed to on. division, by 47 votes to 23. The bill was introduced, and read a first time. Tho report of the Ls.url and Income Tax Assessment Bill was adopted, and the third reading fixed for Weduesday. Wednesday. In the Legislative Council, Mr Want moved the second reading of the Constitution Act Amendment Bill. Sir Julian Salomons moved that the Bill be read a second time that day six months. In tho Legislative Assembly, The third reading of the Land and In come Tax Assessment Bill was moved by Mr Reid, and, on the motion of Mr Neild, the Bi I was recomnitted for the purpose of re considering clause 9, in which a slight amendment was made. The adoption of the report was objected ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 17 September 1895
DISEASE DEFIED ! HEALTH INSURED ! CLEMENTS TONIC HOLDS THE BECOBD Mote lives saved by Clements Tonic than by all other medicines combined. A GENUINE ABTIOLE COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIO IS GENUINE. CLEMENTS TONIQ IS SUCCESSFUL. BEAD THE EVIDENCE, . Mr H. Morgan, Kooringa, S.A., who writes on May 16, 1893:— For a period of 'more than th'irty years I have had periodical attacks of rheumatism Sad neuralgia. I have also been very aubjeot to lowness of spirits and want of -energy during the Hme stated lahoye, , I have often had advice from -many medical men, and I have also taken many patent medtoiaes, all to no purpose. .Fortunately for mysolf about si? months sinoe I com. raenoed a regular oourse of Clements Tonic, and sow— *f ter using this marvellous remedy in striot aooordanse with directions — I am most thankful to state that I have 'regained excellent health, I am. free from pain of any kind, aud although 'over 60 years of age I am fall of energy. Jt is in a spirit of .the utm...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 17 September 1895
LOCAL LAND BOARD. Meetings of the Local Land Board will be held at the Court House, Narandera, on the 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th and 30th September next, at 10 a.m., at which the following cases will be considered : — September 25, 1895. Representatives of late Helen Stewart, C.P., inquiry section 36 C.L. Act, 1884. Charles Haskew, C P., inquiry section 30 C.L. Act, 1884. J. K. M'Keown, C.P., inquiry section 36 C.L. Act, 1884. James Moore. C.P.. iuauirv section. 3( C.L. Act, 1S84. Samuel Colin, C.L., consideration. W. J. Elworthy, C.P., consideration and improvements. Australian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd., C.L., consideration. Bank of Australasia (B. Guest), C.P., in quiry section 20 C.L. Act -1834, no residence. Australian Mortgage, Land and Finance Co , Ltd, A.L., consideration. Same, consideration. Same, consideration. William Kiddle, A.L., consideration. Same, consideration. Same, consideration, Same, consideration. John O'.SImncrlinesEv. A.L.. consideration. Daniel Kenny, A.L.. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
a Narandera Hospital. / THK TREASURER begs to acknowledge rSceipt of the following sums :-/ April_\ k a d W. WAster ? ./ 10 0 G.S.Sngden _ .., ./ 2 0 0 May— « / W. Webstit ? /.. % 17 0 June_ \ / ? . W. Miller,. \ ? / ..-0 5 0 Saw Mill collection, per A. H. Grahaine \ ... ../ ... 1 0 0 H, Jolley... V. / ... 1 1 0 Hospital box— J.'^). T/ompson 1 2 i Do.— R. Forbes x J. ? 0 4 4 Do.— W. M'C™5k* ? 0 3 3 'August— jf H. B. Klernander f\ ? 0 6 0 Show Day ColleotjbnAper T, H. Elwin /. \ ? 7 2 7 . O.Gibson.,. /,. i .... 6 6 0 R, L. Gray /.. i ... 1 1 0 Church of Hhglaud Hospital Sunday tiRillection ...\ ... 3 8 3 We leyan ClAroli ditto ... \ .,. 18 6 J. K. M'K?5wn ? \ ... 1 0 0 J. Hansell/pay pitient \ .. 9 0 0 J. Landrrf per J. O Thompson 10 8 G. Fat Bfcck, intar.retcr'sfet 0 5 0 September/- \ Sale of Eorse given hy late W. \ Pift ... „. ? & 3 ,0 0 F., Smfllncornbe— pay patient ... 3a 0 0 fotal for four mon hsp Hi 9 0 / L. S, DONALDSON, \ § TiaisareV. S#tember 18, 1805, . ~\ J ROACH'...
CHESS. Narandera v. Albury. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
CHESS. Narandera y. Albnrv. The game, of chess as it is UBU&lly played, hasf ew attractions for an onlooker uninitiated in the intricate stratagey of attack, counter attack and defence that beguile the flying hours for the votaries of the pastime, but the most careless could not fail to be impressed with the scene in the sDacious dining room at the Postmaster's residence any time on Wednesday from 8.30 p.m. till 3.39 in tbe morning. At 8 boards ranged on tables around a clicking telegraph instrument in communication w4th far distant Albury, .where a similar scene could be imagined, were seated t e 8 representatives of the Naran dera club, each intent to the exclusion of all other mundane aff :irs, in the varying for tunes of the game. It was interesting to note tne unstudied expression on the laces ot the different players as the match proceeded, to read in one's exoited but confident and jaughingeyesihesigns of approaching victory, in another's the anxious cares of impendin...
THE COUNTRY. Cuddell Siding. Tuesday.. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
THE COUNTRY. raoMormowN oobrksfon'dekts. CuddeU Siding. ? . .. ; Tuesdav. A delightful change' took plaoe in the weather on Sunday moring, but not to last, about 30 points^of rain fell. The prospects of the coming season are very poor indeed, unless we have more rain. Some of tha orops are loosing wen. Mr oweetine; a is the best crop in the Narandera district, a proof of the advantage of early oropping. We have a post office established here sinoe August 1 last, the duties of post mistress being carried out by Mrs H. C. Sweeting, so that one of our long felt wants is at last supplied. , The places of the men who deserted their work on the forest reserve have been locally supplied. Had the matter been pro perly represented to the Government in the first instance, the unemployed of this rlis triot would have received more oomidera tion. The Baohelor's Ball oame off on Friday, 13 inst., and was a great success. Tbe hall was tastefully decorated by the Misses Eandal, assisted by Massrs ...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Borough Audit To the Editor of the Narandera Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Borongh Audit. To the Editor ofOit Narandera Argtu;. Sib,— 1 wish to draw the attention of the raiepayers to the last audit of municipal accounts published in your issue of tbe itth inst. Prior to 1894 there wore three, iLnot four, ' waterworks aooounts ' Latit^tkr these were reduced to two, a ' construction acoount' ? and a ** revenue aoeount,' by which all concerned could see exaotly how mat era stood. This plan was adhered to by the present auditors in their first audit, but now we find only one account in whioh construction and maintenance are delight fully.mixed, ' It begins with 'Balance last audit, £186 15s 4d' — is this revenue or con struction? and it end; with 'Bain ce at Bank, £1117 5s lid,' How much of tnis is the unexpended balance of the loan, aud how much of it is suiplus on working ex penses we are left to guess— or mosfpro tiably give it up. Then the nett amount of loan it shown as £839E 13s 6dt instead gf (ai it should be) £344Q with th...
PARLIAMENT. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
PARLIAMENT. Tuesday. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr Reid move i the third reading of the Land aud Income Tax Assessment Bill as a formal motion, and, on division, it was agreed to by 51 rotes to 24. The bill was then passed. A resolution was passed, at the instance of Mr Scbey, affirming that all marble and other building stone required for public cured from native deposits, and, wlie'e possible, from Crown lands by workmen em ployed directly by tii -. Government. On the motion of Mr Reid, the report on the Customs Duties Bill wj.« adopted. The Loan Estimates were dealt with in Committee of Supply, and passed. Wednesday. In the Legislative Council, The second reading debate in connection with the Cons itution Aot Amendment Act was resumed. The speakers during the sitting; were Dr. M'Laorin, and Messrs Eater, Blanksby, L. P. Heydon, C. G. Heydon, and Cox. In the Legislative Assembly, Leave was given, on the motion of Mr Harris, for the introduction of the Sydney Municipal Council's ...
THE CHURCHES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
THE UHUKCHES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Be -vices will be lield as follows :_ Matins, Litany' and Sermon, U cm. ; TSveusonif and Sermon, 7-30 p in. There trill be a celebration of the Holy Coiumuuion ou the first Sun-lay in the month at noon, and in the third Sunday at 8 ».m. on Festival, and Holy days at 8 and 1 1 a.m. CotJKTRV Services. — 1st Sunday in the inoutb— Cuddell Siding, 3 pan.; '2nd Snndny, Coliuroobie, 11 a.m. ; 3rd Sunday, Grong Groug,'3 p.m.; 4th Suuday, Sandy Creek, 3 p.m. Services trill be held at stations according to notice. ChaelK3 EWRID, Iucmubeut.
PERMIT FOR TRAVELLING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
PERMIT FOR TRAVELLING SHEEP. At tho Police Oourt on Tuesday, before the P.M., David Pearse of Artroou, was sum moned by Alfrod Ohant for that he did not, on August 17, whilst in charge of about 380 travelling sheep, produoe upon demand his travelling statement. ' Mr Willans for plaintiff and Mr Wren (or defendant. Alfred Uaant said ne remembered seolng defendant inside of his boundary. He was camped with a team and was in oharjre of eheep whioh were some diBtanoa away. Asked why he did not give him notice, defendant said his father hod sent it through the post. He had only received the notioe at 7 o'olock that eVening. Defendant admitted polling down a rail aud taking tbe sheep through his paddock. He silked him for his permit for travelling stook, and he said he had not any. By Mr Wren : The sheep were partly on bis land and on a reserve. ? The P. M. : If the sheep turned off the road, and went through a fence into his land, tnen I don't me what the stock regulations have to do wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
TEEfH! TJStfTHi! Up to 30 extractions atone sitting, and a guarantee same to be nhsolutely painless otherwise no charge will b' mxde topttinuts High ClasB Dental Work only undertaken and satisfaction nstured. Mr Bealuy Smith, D.D.S., of the Dental Institute, 482 George Street, Sy Iney, will visit Narandera monthly. His next visit will be an Tburday and F. id iy, October 1 and 2 to 3 p m. Ten Children all love them ond take no other Arnott's Milk Arrowroot Biscuits. Ch:M-bek all love them and prefer them| to others— ArnoH'B Milk Arroirrout Busouife,
SYDNEY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
k SYDNEY JO rriNQS: ' ? (B? J. A.) , ; PolitiM lift* draggW listlessly along during the Ust week! no one tak ing the slightest interest in the proi oeedihgt of either Houm. 'Member, of tha Lower Home have stopped talk . ing about the various aspeote of the finoal that is to be done to pass the taxation bills through the House merely formal. In the Upper House, on the other hand, the Reform Bill is not taken seriously— and having re oard to the absurdity of its Win prayuiona, ft is not to be wondered at.. The reoent Government nomineos, of oourse, have talked in iw favor, but they did not impress one very much as belngdesporately In earnest in tho matter. They did not in the main, presume to defend -the principles of the Bill. They have been oontent to ask that it shall be allowed to go into committee. But even i hat small boon is not likely to be conceded. The Bill is so hopelessly faulty in the eves of the majority of the Council— as indeed it is in the ayes of those of the publio ...
CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
CATHOLIC t'UUKUH. MASS will be celebrated as follows in the Nur&nd ra di tret : — Mr Kenny's, Muirill Creek, Tuesdsy, S p tember 24. Mr Foearty's, Jlnrrill Creek, Wednesday, September 24. Mr O'6haughoessy'« Mumbledool, Tliurs day, September 20. Mr Clayton's Uonnt Curystal, Friday, September 37. Mr Rial's Cuddell Station, Saturday Sep tember 28. Narandera., 11 a.m., Bund y, 29th Sept. Uraua, 11 a-m., Sunday, 2S,h Sept. Mr Coegroves*, Ganmatn, Toesdav, Oct. 1. Mr Kelly's Gaumain, VV«dnesday) Oct. 2. Jtiildene, 11 a.m., Sunday, Oct 6. Narandera, 8 a.iu., Sunday, Oct. 6. Greng Grong, II a.m., Sunday, Oct. 6. M oruu Jali, 11 a-m., Suuday, Oct. 13. Narandera, 11 a.m., SuU'lay, Oct. 13. Wliittou, 11 a.m , Micday, Oct. SO. lvaraudera, 11 a.m., Sun ay, Oct. SO. Mr Barnes', Darlington Point, Monday, Oct. 2L Mr K-Cununings', Wooodlanls, D. Po nt, Tuesday, Oct.' 22. THOMAS GRAY.
DEATH OF JOHN M'GRATH. Dr. [?] Explanation. A Protracted Debats. The Committee's [?] [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
psatb c«p afdH« M'ireiTi?, «. l^oferaoted Debate, Th§ Gwwralttog'fiJwJwoH' A fpFoial mrctiag nf-tlie HospitHl Com roillMi -A» htl'l on Tiic*iny evening, Mr f. t. Willsqs (pri-;-)ani) in tlie chair, to «!flni-i-)pr a report from Dr. Kicrnander, pne of t|i» fcnapitsl doetoro, in refwenoe tn thai re#*op whs- he did rot cM in th» jierond nadiosi «Sc«r. in the o»ue of t)ie fia«»B4 iotr. M'Qrarti, *-,o d»d recently jp th* Hospital. FrfMa* ; Masara Donalri. (inn, Stanhope, Wise, Jwrocj, Glasgow, Re». Andrmra, Sullivan, Henahaw, Swttli, Cnlliy, inrt Elwin ^hon. ceo.) The Stcniwf read »))? tollowogoorrwi nonijeiice ;-«? r ' Utt September, pa. H. B. EtBK4Sorat. 8ir,— I am directed bv or ConintUee to avriti) sutd ask you to explain why yon did «nt tack tba ot«nio» ot the Qtfcs* inadioal pffimr in Ujo ease of tbe patient John IM -Grs tj), who «n admitted nd died in the ttaranden Hi«p«»3, onthB«tk inslaut. I ^m aim directed to inform yon that your reply will be considered at a speciil meeting pt...
COMMERCIAL. ARGUS OFFICER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 September 1895
COMMERCIAL. w ? Abgus Office, Monday. The Australian bullocks sent to Louden nreutly by the Warrignl, hare been cold at an average of £20 per bead. Those sent by the SoBtnern Cross realiae-l i rom £11 10s to £17 10*. Ths fbeep fetched 3s 3d per stone, but die poor rough one* only realised 2s 3d 2s 13. and 2a tf per stone. Tompson, Vanning and Jeremy report : — Ton market has been fairly well supplied with consignment* of lieef of fair to prime quality and sales were effected at last weeks rates. Prime bodies, 3d per Ib, hinds 3} per 1b, fore*. l|d per Ib, medium bodies, 1 Jd to Ijd per Ib. Motton—A very limited sopply ftxwt-rd and ot medium quality, there Ua pood demand for prime sheep at lid per lh medium Id to 1J per Ib. The drought and bosh fire* are severely affecting the meat withheld union1 laager, prime meat will ad tun to pheuoroHiial prioea. The c.Ulo market at Homebush hw been taod'ratelf active during t i« w«ek, -at limes showing strength. Tlter'e was. a ttronft ntttiiida...