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Laud Appeal Court. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Laud Appeal Court. At the Land Appeal Court held in Sydney on Tuesday, before Commis sioners OliWiy Freeman arid^Braudis, Beatrice Cameron appealed against the dieaUpwance of her settlement i»»cD Knn1i'hiLlaon No 99,56, Dubbo. Mr. G. H. Pike appear d for appellant And Mr, Davis for jjie Minister. The gronndB of appeal were:— (I) Tl* tjo decision was agaiiiBt evidence ?and the - weight of evidence; (2) That the Board in their judicial capacity were not called npon to find (and improperly took into consideration) ae to whether gifts from the father to the child were i.bsolnte ior not. The monies in this ciae handed to the danghter from the father were for the purpose of ad Yanceinent as 6hown by the evidence, and the father, for the same purpOBe, could not^discriminate between one member of the family and the otbsra. (3) That there was no weight in the feature relied upon by the Boavd in thei r decision, and the conclusion ar rived at by the Board was not tenable, in that the moneys w...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Chamberlain's CongbiEemedy Al ?'??. ways Proves .effectual. ? There ain no better medicines on the market ilian Chamberlain's. ..' We have used thu Congn Bemedy when all others Lave failed, and in evtry '? instance it proved effectual, - Alntoht daily, we hear the -virtues of Chamber lains remedies extolled by thoBo who ' Lave uped them. This is not an empty : puff, j aid - for at so much aline, but is Toluniarily given in good faith, in tbe hope that snfEering humanity may try these remedies, and, like the writer, foe benefited. —From the Glenville W. Na.) Pathfinder. For sale by li, W. Barlow and Co.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Zatzst Melligenee (BY WIRE) ?Sydney, Wednesday. . The jury disagreed, in thej Smith Norton libel case. ? . SYDNEY, Thursday. A shocking tragedy took place at a house in tntinib, occupied ; by three fisters named Emma, Lily, uud Eliza. Abiolom, 'U appears mitt, ueory Williams, an engineer, was in tlie house, 'when Sydney irederiok Giblett, an accountant, knocked at the. door. Williams informed him, at the request of Eliia^ that he could not enter. A. dispute ensu»d and Gib lett left for a few minutes, when be returned, and it ia alleged that he discharged a revolver the bullet eatenngj Williams' breast, .killing him ''Bluntly, ihe next ehot wounded Emma Abtolom in the baok, sod another chot struck' her eister lily in the right thigh. Bliza took refuge in a room, and Giblett then attempted to take his: own life. He wasar rested soon after; . * ?' - . ? ? Mr. Carrutbem deli-ered,hig; budget, and estimated that the surplus 'wae £301190 on tbe year, and' had terminates vrithr&n a...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Sydney ^Mems. (From onr own Correspondent) It.is said that the circnlatknfof Hie ' Eveuing News' -went np to 80,000 daily while the ifortbiftCmith case was on. There was no doubt about the popnlar appetite for the reports of the pooceedings. The centenary of bright, brave o'd Dr. Lang's birth occurs on the 25th August. 'Sir George Turner has just turned 48. He was educated at the old Model School in Melbourne, und' sel* dom went home of a night without fighting on the way. Trundling a hospital litter along a Sydney street the other day, was the' hard-up bearer of one of the most historic titled names of old England — 'doing,' as he said, 'the most useful work of his life.' E.J.Brady, the author of 'Tbe Wajs of Many Waters,' &c., is pub lishing some autobiographic sketches of his connection with the Labor : movement in N.S.W. in a Sydney paper. Brady, who was a clerk at | Dalgetty's, lost his billet at the time of the maritime strike of 1890, because of his Labor sympathies. ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Stray ^Notes. ~ — — ♦ ? A vegeta&e much sought after, by plumb rs.-— The leek. A barber^ life iB risky becaufe it is nothing bnt a serits of close shaves. ; It s a consolation when another man is in troub'e to think that it will prove a lesson to him. Smokeless powder is all right, but smokeless chimiif ys would be b e^ni y stride in the uiivai.cemeai of civili zation. 'Yon look so much like your brother,' Mi'd Denis to Phelim, Hhat I could tell yez was brothers if I'd never seen aither of ycz.' A home without children. It is like a lantern and no candle ! a garment and no flowers; a vine and no grapes ; a .brook and no water gargling, and gushiDg in its channel. When tbe Queen ascended the .' throne more thau £0 per cent of the British people we're .so ignorant that they could uot even write their names,, while uow only 7 per cent are in that condition. ' In view of the rapid increase of bares.and other vermin in the Kiama district, the Colonial Secretary stateB that instru...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

'Frank Sherwood was down town 10-day, the first time since he had bis tussle with cholera morons. ? He says he drovo 30 miles after he was taken, and nevtr came so near dying in his life. After this ?vyben he goes out in the.ccnntry be will take a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Semedy with tim— Mis- . sonri Valley (iowa)^ 'Times.' For sale by &. W^ Barlow and Co

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

jl^dspital Ballif |^%;!a: ^npeting oiiho; Bospltyl; BkII ^' ' Gominittce was held at Mostou's '. Hotel, on Wednesday evening. ^ The -, *neeting was a large and representative: H _ -one, Mr, J. L. Wheeler being in the ; %', chair. A number of details in connec ^HbT- ' *ion with the ball was arranged, and H^fty Mr. Cohen announces that the ladies Blllffi- committee had, bo far, col touted the ?KrV, Pnm of £13 ?.&, and had received Hflfo- JaTi*-h promises of further support. W$M& ?'- Mr, Hell promised to secure a nnmbL-r KpfMj o flags to decorate the hall, Messrs. m -?? ' ' P. 3. Ryan and -Gale were appointed M's.U., and the ' NaiTOtnine News' ' quotation for printing bail programmes was accepted. Mr. Cohon drew atteution to a re port of the proceedings of the last meeting of the Dnbbo Hospital Coin mitte , which appeared- in the Dubbo newspapers. Some members of that Committee had passed certain stric tures npon Mr. Wheeler, and they agreed to write and ask that gentle...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Big Sheep Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

A Big Sheep Sale. On Saturday last, Al.ssrs. E. Cain' and Co., sold, ac Nyngnu, 12,000 wethers, in the wool, at 9s. per hea\i. Football The following team has been selec ted to represent Dubbo iu the match Ui*n,inHt. NurrnrninA V Cl tji.rrwtrnw .(Saturday) ut Nurromiue: — Martin, Tourle, (Jroiiin, O'Connor,' W. Hives, Doyle, N. Hiv.s, Alf Wheeler, Art Whut'Ier, T. Samuels, A. SaniuelB, Wooding, Rich, K. Wilkins, Craig, Tnylor. Tim ' following represent Xairoinine: — Kull-back, B. Skelly ; three-quarters, A. Skelly, W. Heep-». J. Rmiii; five-MKhths, J. Hives; haif back, Ailie Webb ? Forwards, Pracy, AHUnr Webb, DuugliiB, Speuce, Beveridgo, Johnstonr-, Gregso', T. J. Hirbert and Duuu. Emergcii uciuB, 13oyd Play starts at 2.80 p.m. Sires of the Season. The attenkm of horseownos iB dii'ectod to the advertisements iu an ibther co!\iinu which contain particu lars relating -to two of the leading sires of the district, now about. to stand the season.. Turf enthusiasts .have not forgotten Di...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Vagrant Notes. The essence of true charity is to er pect no return ; still the prompt ac knowledgment of the receipt of moneys forwarded ^rom Narromine would in no way vitiate that principle. The crux of the whole question of alleged discourteous treatment, seems to have oeen we unwarrantauie ae:ay or tue Dubbo Hospit.il Committee in acknow ledging the amounts fiTwa: ded as ths results of Hospital balls held here in former years. Beyond that we have really nothing to complain of, as the amount we send is outof all proportion to the benefits received. I his being so, sureiy lie exercise of a little more promptness ou the part of ihe Dubbo secretary would remove any friction of a like suri in the future. The football match, Narromine v. Dubbo, on Saturday next, promises to be an interesting one, as extraordinary efforts have been made by the selection committee to have Navromine's full strength represented, and even our Municipal Inspector knows how strong our town can be when it put ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Brief Mention. Mr. Emmett, pianist, will provide the music at the forthcoming Hospital Ball. %* Mr. F. Sherwood has started busi ness at A$bfie!d os auctioneer, com mission ugeni, oic. *** A football match, N(arromine v. Dubbo, takes place on Saturday (te morrow) on the local ground. ???? The annual tea-meeting and concert in aid of thtf local Wesleyan Church will he held on the 20th September. Messrs. Berrymau and Denton's Fair is now on. If yon want something nice for the forthcoming hospital ball give them a call. ?*? A young man, named P. Browning, ?was thrown from his horse, near tbe pump-house, on Sunday morning, and dislocated his shoulder. *** . Caterpillars are making sad havoc with the young crops on some of the farms in the district. The ground is black with them in places, and crops have had to be re-sown. ? * ^At a special meeting of the Muni cipal Couucil held on Wednesday fveniug, His Worship the Mayor and Alderman Gunning were appointed delegates to the Municipal con...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

IB * All ordsrs will deceive rom^ts jjj| Attention. jj| Paier x\s po lia-sieilii Firit-c'a'J K| sfcyl9 at rsaionabls prics.v Wk — AND ?— I DECORATORS. 1 WEAVER BROS. Wj&i WffWW'? fi.-inimcnci'.l Busings in jifc «W^ Da-JUAI.OO- Si'KKKT, a« fio.iCIf, ft- BUCQY AND IH.KY PaIYBKS TlilMMKKS jj|k; avd DisCiiRXTOKS. and Soiuit a Fair ^?- : r.. SJinre of Patronage, (f -. '? Class of Work f»r inspection nt simp |§i,v' . SiTALL WOHK GUAIIANTK ». Hp-''-^ -, TO STAXi) hp: ' /. ? (ji, _ V f-y Cl.cviot. (imp) from Agil.-il.ion (imp) jjj=\^-: ~ J- dam of Tri'ina do mid HooUviiikc. lijr jll^ Oreet (rirp of ¥omuuB) from Ewblinn by pSr . .Akvm (sire of J nnic) fjotn Diui.li by Igsv 'r-i' ? tl.-ii-ioii »|W TKEMS : E\on Maue, £HOs ; Two on Ife: Mo«k£1 ||$- DlSTrBBF.il U^rlotl-ly WlllU'il to QlllVt'T. sSjf*; Jicr dam, Trauiulaus, being out. of Agii.-1io:i. f|&7^ Hoo rwrinlco, tliu -Uin of Ro'-i:i HooJ uiid jfej St itaiui-is, isasoo-.ilof Agitation. j^sr. DtstdRUEB vva« a first rate |*-i-...

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Police Court. AUGUST 14, 1899. Before G. Woods Esq., J P. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Police Court. AUGUri I1 14,1899.. ?':. Bi--fore G. Wjods Eeq., JP. .Michael Dowper, chaiged with T.ograucy was discharged and cautioned to Teaye the town .; . ? James Ni.'hols, drunk and disorderly, whB'fined 5s.- '. fine ..p&!d. . ? ' ?'.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cricket in England THE FINAL TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Cricket in England THE F1KAL TEST MATCH. The tiual test matoh, England v. Australia, was commenced on Mon day. England— First Innings. .; Jackson, b Jones ? ... 118; Hayward, c Iredale, bM'Leod... 12? liaujiisinhji, c Howell, b Jones 54 M'Laren, c Trumper, b Trnmble . '. 49 Fry, c Worrall, b Jones „. 60 Townsend, b Joues ' „.' ?.. 88 Bradley, run out ... ... .0 Lockwood,b Trumble ... —.., '2*4 Jones, b /oble, ? .„ .31 Lilley, c Iredale, b Noble .? .,. 37 Ul. ^-.J -.— -~ — J. ~~ a. ? ' ' O JAUlSUC'Efj UUil'UUV ... ' ,,, O; , Sundries ... ... ... 20 Total ... '.:.'..: 576 Australia— .First Innings. Worrall, c Haywaid, b Lockwood 55 Trumble, c and b Jones ? 24 Trumper, c Lillev, b Jones .;. 6 Noble, b Lodk wood ... ... 9 Darling, c Fry, b Lockwood ...,!' '71' Gregory, c Jones, b Lockwood ... 127 Iredale, b Lockwood ... ... 9 Kelly, Ibw, b Jones ..... ...' 4 McLeod, not out ? 31 Jones, b Lockwood ... ... 0 Uowell, b Lockwood ... ... 4. Suudries ... ,.. ... 22 Total ... ... ... 852 . Sec...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

THE I.X1.STORE Risen from its Ashes! filive Once JJore ! J N.ALLAN & Co. Beg to announce that they will open on in their new premises, in $he rfreade, %urom\nz% With an .entirety new and superior stock o Grocery, Drapery, Ironmongery, &c The Best Kinkara Tea and Pure Arabian Coffee Old and new customers are cordially invited to call and inspect the stock. \ Bad Congested Lives And CONTINUED HEADACHE. OLEKSEfSTS TONIC TO THE RESCUE. The Case of Mrs. U. A. Temple ' (From thr. ' Camjile/ll ..«;?« Herat J') HbV OCR Sl'EC'IAL KEPDBTEft) A BEroRTui from the CitmjiheUrmrn lUrald; having I curd of a thorough core in a Bad Castt of ? Congested Uv«r; mnl olU«r coiuplivntiuus ui isiiit; therefrom, he w*ite.l ou the patient, Mrs. M. A. Temiilu, ('«nr|)l«:lltowii, iicaf ?Sydney, auil iwinc-tte.l uliiils ut' licr illness ?' Yes.' ua-\ Mm. Temple, in answer to c qiiesiion, '-come iu ami 1 will tel juu all ?Until.' „ 1 How diil your sickness begin, Mrs. Temple T' 'A 1'iul cold, caus...

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THURSDAY, AUG.17, 1899. Before G Woods, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

; :THUaSDA Y, A.UG.-A7, 1899. » 'Before G Woods, Esq., J.P, . v Wiliiam Murrigan, drunkenness, Was fij*»d IQs or 48 hours' ; Fine paid. ' ? Samuel T-yler, drunk and Bisorderly, fined 20s or 7 days. Fine paid. James Nicholas, drunk, fined 10s or 48 hours. Fine paid. Same, obscene language, fined 10s or 48 hours. Fine paid. . John Egnn, drunk and disorderly, fined* 5b or 24 hours. Fine paic'.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Trials of an Editor. THE OBITUARY POET. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Trials of an Editor. THE OBITUARY TOET. Colonel Bangs, vho owned and edited the Wilmington 'Morning Argus,' determined to introduce a speciality into his paper, iu the matter of obituary nonces, so he engaged a poet by the name of Slimmer, and in structed him that, when a death notice came, to make it into a small poem that wonld soothe and please the sorrowing friends of the departed. The poet went to work, the paper wns issued, and utxt morning. several of the sorrowing friends waited ou the chief editor, the first of which spoke as follows : — ' My nameisMcGlue^feir ! William McGiui-! I am a brother of the Inte Alexander MoGlue. I pieked up your paner this morning and and peiceived iu it an outrageous insult to my de ceased reltttive, and I ha ie come roni.d trt demand, sir, what you mean by tbe. following infamous language ; — ' Tlie dc.'lh-ungel si\io'e A'exander McGluo, And gnvv him protructed rcpuet, lie ti ore ii litck eliirt and a number nine shoe, And li d u pink wurt on h...

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Land Board Court [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Land Board Court At the Dubbo Land Board Court last week, Joanna Bell applied for con firmation of her settlement lease ap plication, No. 99,51, 3436 seres, parish Mono county Narromine. Mr. C H. Fita-Gerald nppeared for ap plicant. The depositions of applicant, taken at the previous heaiiug, were read ' Mr. Fitz-Grerald explained that at the last hearing- the case had been adjourned owiug to the illness of ap plicant's father, who had been sum moned to attend, and a medical cer tificate had then been sent in. explain ing- his absence. He was still too un well to attend. The- following witnesses were ex amined. ' W. T . Bell deposed he resided near Summer Yale on the Western Line; lived on his improvement lease ; bis father was a selector residing near Girilambone ; was a brother of the present applicant ; knew the land the subject of the application ; it wbb ad joining Mr. John Tlobertsou'6 ; Mrs. Hobertson was ap. loam's sister; ap plicant's* father was 'prepared to assist her in ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

Lawn Tennis. A tennis match was played on Wed aesday afternoon last, between teams representing Eastbourne and West bonrne, and rei-ultod in a win for tl.e former by 12 games. The follow ing arc the scores -? — :?-.???? ;. - . E. W. - 5A.mA.lley and D. Elliott v T. Denton and J. Robinson 6—4 A. Willinms and L. Elliott v. P. O'Neill and B. Robinson ? 6—5 V. Guidice and J. Enbinson v C. Hargraves & D. Elliott 6—4 A.Williams and A. Alley v T. Dfiitfln and P. O'Neill 6—4 Misses L. & U. Elliott v. Misses B. &* J. Robinson 6 — 2 A. Williams & C. HarL'raves v V. Guidice & P. O'Neill 6—2 A. Williams and D. Flliott v V. Guidice & B. Robinson 6—0 P. O'Neill and J. Robinson v A. Alley and D. El.iott 6—1 Eiistboume 41. Westbourne 29.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 August 1899

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