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Latest Intelligence Change of Leaders. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 25 August 1899

Safest Jntelliqenee (BY WIRE) Change of leaders* Sydney, Wednesday. f Mr Barton spontaneously resigned ? the leadership of the opposition, and Mr Lyne was unanimously elected. SYDNEY, Thursday. The various branches of the Public Works Department have con-tracts at piesent let amounting to £863,920.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Condition of Parties. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 25 August 1899

Condition of Parties The altered condition of parties caused some speculation in tha lobbies during the evening. Lyno says the party have no in terest whatever in raising the fiscal issue. Copeland declined to follow Lyno, and took his seat on the cross Op position benches.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Political. Major Neild's Seat Challenged. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 25 August 1899

Political Major Neild's Seat Challenged In the Asscmb'y, Mr Edden moved a resolution declaring Mr. Neild's seat vacant on the ground of his accepting an office of profit under the Govern ment in connection with the Old Age Pensions scheme. The Prenrer took the whole re sponsibility for the payment of £350 to Neild for expenses out of pocket. A heated discussion ensued, and oyentually the House decided to refer the matter to a select committee. No other business was done .

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 25 August 1899

Vagrant Notes. A surprise party was given to Mr and Mrs Corbetfcof ' The Springs, ' on Tbnrdday night. A largo party, amonsst which was agoodly contingent from Narromine, arrived on the scene shortly after dusk, and in good old in vading style took possession of the premises. But 'twas, a friendly in vasion, for despite a well-feigned air of surprise (the, besieged who for this occasion only ? were the guests of the beleaguering forces)-entered h-iartily into the spirit of the thing, and ably .assisted by Mr and Mrs. J. Lynch, of ' Hartwpoil,'' the room was soon cleared for dancing. Mr Carroll and his well-kuown Stradi varius violin were ' pressed into the service, and all .went as happily as a gicl with a well fitting' dress on. The fan was carried ' on till well into the next morning, the proceedings being varied by songs at die intervals, those by the Messrs Carrol being unanimous ly pronounced era eralds of she first water. A vote of thanks, eloquently proposed by Mr George Bell...

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 — 25 August 1899

Brief Mention. Narromine footballers will play the return mateh with Dubbo, on the latter's ground, on Saturday week. #*? The Trangie Progress. Committee is moving to have the provisions of the Town's Police Act extended to that place. *** They are also applying for an extra policeman and a public pound at 1'rangie. -' #** It appears to us that Trangie is fully entitled to these concessions, and we trust the resident's reasonable re quests will be acceded to. ' .%* ? Mr. W. O'Neill one of the Narso mine delegates to. tho Farmers' Con serence at Orange, succeeded in car rying a number of resolutions. The Narromine Footballers acquitted themselves very well in. the mateh. agaiiiBt Dubbo last Saturday. The play of Messrs. J. Hives, M. Dunn, Skelly Bros., Bracey and Allie Webb (who secured the try), waa much admired. ??? ? Mr. I. Garlick has obtained a license fora new two-story briek hotel at Trangie. . -V. Mr. Charles Richardson, of Trangie, butcher, mot with a very serious acci dent ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Voting by Post. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 25 August 1899

Voting by Post. For some time past the ' Stock and Station Journal ' bas been agitating for the institution of voting by post in the election of stock boards, in place of the present method. At the last annual Stock Boards Convention, held in Sydney early in July, a proposal that a referendum be taken on the subject in order that the views of 6tock owners be nscprtnined, was re jected hy 35 votes to 10. Iu Tuesday's issue of tho journal above mentioned, SIr- Prank Mack has tha following letter : — A Sir — In common with many others I cannot understand why you aro al ways * barracking * for voting by post for election of Stock Boards. As one of the 35 delegates -who helped to de feat the motion in Sydney the other day, I may say here that our Board were unanimously of opinion that be fore such a drastic change in the mode of election was made it was incumbent on the part of the objectors thereto to show that the present boards dp not fairly represent the views of the majority of stoc...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 25 August 1899

Wedding A very pretty wedding took place at the Church of England Narromine at 2 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, last, the contracting parties being Mr Samuel George Smith, of Cornucopia, Narromine, and Miss Blanche Robin- son, daughter of Mrs I. Robinson, of the Commercial Hotel, Narromine. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev.R. W. P. Montgomery, in the presence of a very large congrega- tion. The bride looked very winsome in a costume of white silk trimmed with guipure lace ; with wreath and veil, and gold muff chain aud star pendant (the gift of the bridegroom) ; she car-   ried a beautiful shower bouquet (also gift of bridegroom). The chief brides- maid, Miss Jessie Robinson, wore a cream silk dress trimmed with guipure insertion and lace, and leghorn hat. The other bridesmaid, Miss Smith, wore pale pink silk relieved with white satin and lace, black velvet hat with pink and black trimmings. The bridesmaids wore gold and pearl brooches, the gift of the br...

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 — 1 September 1899

Chamberlain's ZOmgh. ReraBdy 'Wiis remedv is intended* especially for cniiyhs, coMs, croup, whooping cough Hutl iiifluenzi. It has heun:nu famous fur its enres of'these diseases, over a forge pa-t of the civiliznd WorM. The most flutterinif testi mouuil-; hive buen rece v m) givina; ac counts of its qool works; of tlip nt;-rrrtvatiiig and peisistO'it enn^h^ it VtHR cured ; of severe colJs that hive yi-iled promiiilv to its soothing ? ff.^cts, and of *hu datitrci-ous attacks of croup it lms eurrd, often saY''i}-^ie life, of th'e chiM. The pxtensiva nso of it for whooping cough hns sho-vti tlmfc it i-obs th«t dtBeas« of nil dmjjef oiis conscqueiifies. Sold, by G. W. Uarlow aud Co. Tea Meeting, Concert .- AND - Talrieau. Wca^Oidry, 5ept jinber 23, 1399 ! -' IS A10 OK THE - LOCAL WKSLEYA.S CHURCH Ti-a ou Tables from (J to 7.80 p.m. ? J. L0ND. ROSS & CO., j@^ Ci^S) WATCHMAKERS YOU WILL SAYE POUNDS Wt S warp in toach wilh Iboso, who, tbronph strpps of cirrnn.stancps, «^» ar ooni|i...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Political Froth. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

Political Froth; ? Mr. Bruuker is callc 1 the '' Colonial -???.fiecr.-tn.ry.' Hu is nothing of the kind Heist'liiuf .Seo-etary. -Thure is ouly one Co'on'al Secretary, or Secretary for tiit! (' ?IoiuVb a:id his name is JuBe'ph Glisunb olain. While m inhere of Par'iams it. re cognise that Mr. Rt'id «nd Mr. Barton are the two membe s of the House who to-iver ahovn tiinm ini.i* lcctually, they think its. um-i Mr. tteid vetir -d from the head of aff.iirs and grive ' pjor old Lyne' a show. Why sh -u'd '' jirwr o'd Lyne' .have a rIiow more th iti pviro'd ^ee, poor old Uri'k.-pjoi' old V-i]ri an 'rpior old John Hnynes, pior o d 0'. nllivan, poor o'd Oha-iter, of aiy p -o:§ old po ittcian. waiting l-r tlu po'Mica) waves to wash up a portfolio ? A kind country, !i!co a charifeib'y dispjsed p^rsui, nrglit wish to dis t ibufce J)orfcfo'i-w »o ecery patriot on the move, but the said country aiiiil tbe said person can't provide for every bo.ly. Barrister Mcln^yra, a son of Sir John Mclntyve, lead...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

%. tverinflkam, UiMlttf Harromine All orders wiU Receive Prom) Attention. Funerals rouductod In Fir3t-c'as style at reasonable price.*. PAiNTERSTfRMERl — AND — OECORATOHS. WEAVER BEOS. »?? . ? ^j£*l*AVI3 cnninienci'd Dasinrps ; «*wg Dandaloo - stkket, as Goaci BlItjiiY AND Ul.k'Y I'aI TI5IJS, Tci.MJlKI an'o l)fc,c 'R^ioiib and Suicit a F.ii Share of Patronage Ctass of Work for inspection at «lio l^' ALL WO 1IC GUAIl.VXrK 1 TO ST VX ] BYCIiPTiot (imp) fnm Ajpftiiion (imp dimot Tumi do and Hoohviiikc, li.i Orcst (sw ot Somn -) iioni Kmutioii ))? Alarm (sire of i m; if) from T-iu.-i!i !-; Clarion TERMS : Kacii Make, £1 10?s Two 01 M3EK £1 DioiiJirrn i» 'fiddly nli1«l lo Qiuvr her (lam, Tremulous, being out of Agitation. JToo.iwiiilie, the dmn of llobin llot»\ urn! St Francis, is iisrj out ot Agitation. PiaiL'ltuiK n is 'i fii-1 Kite performer or Ilic turf, imil J) is stud; arc showing well, HcIsIIk -in1 ol 1'tlIi iirtor II, Wi-Ujjuivil. mi.l Juiiiiee, the two litter now n-inniiij! umoi...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Unjust Neglect COUPLED WITH RESIDENTS' APATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

Unjust Neglect COUPLED WITH BESIDENTS' APATHY. There is a bi-weekly mail running each way between Narromine and Tominglev, also a large amount of traffic of all kinds flows along between the two places. Tbe road is uncleared, is very bad in places, and has not a single bridge, much lessa culvert, be tween the two towns. For some years past tnere nas been a growing popu lation springing up along the high tvay, or to bo more acrarate, within a comparatively short distance on either side. A large amonnt of gronnd ac tually on the roadside is nnder wheat, end now that the Bolgaudramine homestead lessees are fairly settled upon their blocks, there are numerous 'branch lanes and roads, fairly well used, swelling the number of vehicles I and riders which travel along- this road. We ]jnay safely assert that for years past scarcely a sixpence of the ' pnblio revenue has been expended on tbe * track/ which is the moBt correct designation for each a miserable road. Before Jong a lot more groun...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1899. Before the P.M., aud Messrs. G. Woods and L. McLean, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

SMALL DEBTS COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1899. BefoJe the P.M., aud Messrs. G. Woods and L. McLean, J's.P. Daniel O'Keefe v John Wallace. Claim 30s, value of a horse. Summons not served. , Richard Webb v. James Eade. Claim ^£20 12s for work done. No jurisdiction. . ,.? John Cowe» v J. J. Parker. Claim £1 for valueless 'cheque. Costs 5s. Paid into Court.. G. H. fiowlands v P. Hefiernan. ' Claim £S 3s for professioLal serriceB, Snmmons not serve 1. Same v Patrick O'Keefe. Claim/ £1 19b 3d for profeasional services.' Verdict for the amount with 5s costs. Same v George Reakes. Cairn. £9 4s Cd for professional services. Verdict for amount with 10s costs. Same v. Thomas Tapp. Claim £11 17s for professional fjserviceB, Verdict for amount with 7s costs. Snn;e v W Schuhler. . Ckim £4 17s for professsional services. No appearance. Case struck ont.. T, E. Simmonds ^. J. H. Arthur. Claim £1 16s 8d for goods sold. Adjourned.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. 1899. Before the P.M., and Messrs. G. Woods and L. McLean, J'a.P. James Hrgarty, riotous behaviour. Not served. ?? John Corbf, riotous behaviour. Fined 5s, 4s lOd costs, or 24 hours. John Corby, obscene language. Fined 2s, 4s lOd costs, or 7 days. Charles Kennedy, indecent language Fined 10s, 5s lOd'coste or 3 days. Alex McLeod, riotous behaviour. Fined 5s, 4s lOd costs, or 24 honvs. G. H. Langloy v W. Sharp, occupy ing Crown. Lands. Information dis missed. : HORSE-STEALIKG. Henry Fielding, on bail, was charged with stealing 10 head of horses, the property of J, Rawson, at Narromine. After a lot of evidence had been taken, the accused was committed to stand his tiial at the Circuit Court to be held at Dubbo on the '3rd October, 1899. Bail -was allowed, accused in £100 and two sureties of £50 each or one £100.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trangie. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

Trkngie. Great excitement prevailed here on Friday, the 18th August, it being thp. day fixed for the holding ?-f the ball in aid of the Church of England. The weather was beautiful an 1 fine, and the silver moon shed its radianee over the land. Between 7 and 8 p.m. ladies and gentlemen were to be seen wend ing1 their way to tbe Assembly Hall with thrir minds made up to enioy thsmselres. Tbe hall was tastefully decorated with art muslin and ever greens. The mnsic was supplied by Mrs McLean, Miss McLennan, and Messrs TVslii'igs fpiano), and A. j Wr-aver (cornet). There were about : 7() oouples present, and l.be duties of M.'s.C. were, oarr'ud ont in a very alii'* manner by Messrs. W. Muller and C. Bowen. At about 12 o'clock an adjournment was made for sapper, when full justice was done to the good things, aud the tables were be.antifnlly decorated with choice flowers bronght from Sydney for the occasion. I would not venture to say who was belle as so many young ladies were trying to l...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

Municipal Council. A special meeting of the Council was held on Friday evening last. Present: The Mayor (Aid. James Nelson) and Aldermen Bell, Kierath, and Gunning. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confivmed. COBRF6PONDENCB. Ellis' Coffee Palace, King-street, Sydney. To His Worship the Mayor|of Narromine. Sir,— It jb with great regret that |I feel called upon to apply to the Council for leave of absence. I had intended to have returned to Narromine in time for the next meeting of the Council, but having had, through a severe cold, a slight relapse in the progress of re covery of throat indisposition, I feel that in the present state of the weather it would be injudicious to attempt the journey. I have been absent from Narromine eight weeks and 10 weeks from the Council, and although my three months' absence^vould not ter minate uutil the meeting on Monday, Sept.* i, etill as something |might occur to prevent my boing present at that meeting, or the meeting of the Co...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

latest iJntdligenee (BY WIRE) SYDNEY, Tuesday. |[j|Mr. Lyne pave notice of^ a direct Want of jCotjfiriotM.e motion. The House ,adjourned_^tillj to morrow. Sydney .^Thursday. When Mr. Lyne moved the want of - confidence motion, referring to the Neild affair he said he regarded the payment to the member for Padding ton as a serious invasion of the spirit of the constitution, as undermining the integrity of Parliament. Ho also brought up tbe case of Jacob Gold stein, a former secretary of the Free trade-Association, -who proceeded to London, where he was paid at tho in stance of Mr. Reid £132, ostensibly for reporting upon the Parisian char itable system, but really as compen sation for his political services. He dealt with the public finances at length aud declared that every year's admin- . istration of the present Government bad shown a deficit. Mr Reid made a brilliant defence. He said his administration showed that -when Mr See was Colonial Treasurer a far larger sum than that att...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

Religious Services. The Rev. J. Lund will officiate at the following places on Sunday next — Tomingley 1*. a.m., McPhail, 2.30 p.m. Narromine 7.30 p.m' Signs of the Times On Monday week 2200 wethers, pas turing at Mr. Kearney's, were de livered by Mr. Perrottot to Mrs. Bowen, nowen f ark, at ius oa per head. Tbe seller bought them, we are informed, not very long ago, for 4$ Cd each. Not a bad deal ! A Slough of Despond Last Saturday, Mr. John Milligan, one of our well-known townsmen and carriers, was coming in from Mungi ry w:th three bales of skins npon his waggon, drawn by a dozen fine horses. When close to the 13-mile peg on the Bogan road, one side of the vehicle subsided into ' depths un known,' and pitched over to such an angle that a skin bale rolled off -into the watery componnd alongside. When are the main roads of onr neglected district to receive some atteutiou from the local super, cr the Public Works Depa.rt.meut ? - Interesting to Travellers A fine new tank has just be...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

' EYES? fetlDA T OBKISG. 'f w-^ Ol.iCDT.ATION.- ? ? ].?-,; ;- ? ? — '-''' ;: ?

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 1 September 1899

E. 6AII11 k CO Stock Station Agents MIS IMWI (Nextto Me. Elliott's Bdtjhee Shop) Ladies' Nubsb TOWN OR COUNTRY Wanted WANTED a Resident Agent for , Narromine and I istrict, -who will undertake the Ageuoy for YbWEh's LANDHOLDERS DIRECTORY of New South Wales, also Faum and Dairy Journal. One having a cou nection among Farmers aud Dairymen preferred. Liberal terms. Apply, MiNAGEB FaHM AKD DaIBY, 289 Pitt Street, Sydney. Commercial Baling (pW g OP SYDNEY, LIMITED. Capital Paid Up ? £1,000,000 KeserveFnnd ... ... l,01O,O0|) Beserre Liability ? 1,000,000 Total ? £3,010,00 All Usual Banking Busines. Transacted M. DUNJT, Manager of Narromine Branch. Auction Sale. -5j|| CAHILL and Co. bave received &&& instructions troui Mr. A. LlDBETrER to sell by public auction at bis Residence, Temoin Stbeet, Nabro mdsi!, on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6 j all bis HomBebold Furniture aud Effects (almost new) ; also 3 New Sulkies. Sale Commences at 2 O'clock sbarp. NO EESERVE. THERE IS AN ATTR...

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