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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 8 September 1899

THERE IS AN ATTRACTION ABOUT PALING'S PIANOS and ORGANS --'' -??'?? THAT IS IRRESISTIBLE. It may be PURITY OP T*ONE, ARTISTIC APPEARANCE, OR HIGH STANDARD OP EXCELLENCE. YOU CAN FIND THESE ESSENTIAL QUALITIES IN ALL PALING'S PIANOS AND ORGANS, AT LOWEST PRICES. 8TE1KWAY I A BfilNSMEAD K 0 L1PP S FEUB1CB £ HEARD A ? IJEBEL N VlCIOE 0 ECEE S BELLING WE STOCK v ALL KINDS OP MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SEND FOE CATALOGUE— FEEE. W. H. PILING & CO, LIMITED, SYDNEY. TIE UilOMIII Hltfs AND TEAN6IE ADVERTISER.

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 — 15 September 1899

Municipal District of Narromine. ABSTRACT of BECEIPTB and DISBURSEMENT CS for Ihe Half-year ended 7th August, 1899, for General and.Special Accounts under Municipalities Act, comprising all Current Accounts under control of Council. '' : General] ~ 'GeTcwT Dr Account '. Cr. '- AccQU't- To Bank balances, Oomiaer- ~ ~ By expenditure — £ s, d cial Bank (amounts at!*1 B d Salaries ? '.'..' 17 0 10 credit at opening of half Office expenses, including ?.. year) ... ... .... 73 9 3 rent ? 22' 9 C Cash and cheques in hand Works, services and im at opening of half-year 0 0 10 provements ? ... 84 18 6 Revenue — ' Miscellaneous ? 24-10 .9 Bates ? 58 4 6 Bank balances, Commercial Government statutory Bunk (amounts at credit : endowment ? .'. 122 G 7 at close of half-year) ... 105 7 9 Other sources, ccach Cash and cheques in hand licenses .,. ... 0 10 0 ? at c!oso 9t haUtyear ... 0,3 10 ;: Iota's ? £-254112 . ? £ 254 11 2 ' . I hereby certify ihe above account to be correct, and to correspond wi...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Sydney Menis. (From our own Correspondent.) After several months of wet weather we are now experiencing some delight ful sunshine, it being-, if anything, a trifle too watm for this time of the year. Tie Boinnic.il Gardens ore in splen did.oTder just now, and show an abun dance of liowers, while the lawns ave beautifully gu-eu after the late raius, St. Mary's CatJiedraJ,. which has re mained in nil ui. finished condition for a number of years, is now marjiig completion, end tlic latest additions ai.d oiuameuts to it niake it one of the most pictnrefque acd imposing build ings in (lie city. We will soon .Lave the George-street tram a going coucern,*ae the ljne is tearing completion. There are men ?working on it day and night. A. Sigu of the Times': — As I was passing one of tLe registry offices tlio other day I saw the following: ' Wanted a man cook for hotel, Ion ; wanted generals, 5s to 8j-.' This whs bad enough, bnt when I came to ihe following -. ' Wftuted. Chiut'se cook, 25s ; w...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

$aUst Jntelligenee (BY WIRE) STDNEr, Wednesday. Mr. Lyne will aunounce the names of his colW agues this afternoon. It is known for certain that Wise will be Attorney-General. Mr. Bar ton was offered a portfolio, but could not see his -way to accept it. He stateF, however, that he will support the new Government, as he considers il«-y are entitled to constitutional con fidence ai d a fair trial. It is reported that Mr. See will be Treasurer, Mr. Crick Minister for Lands, Mr. O'Snllivan, Minister foT Works, Mr. Wood, Minister for Mines, A. Chapman or Wright, 'Minister for Education, Mr. Perry Posi master General. The steamer Therm opy'se, -wrecked near Capetown, and cargo were valued at £150,000. On the arrival of the French mail steamer at Albany yesteiday from Adelaide, the police_arrested a Ca tholic priest on a provisional warrant, charging him with indecently assault ing a girl at Fiji. Accused booked at Sydney tinder an assumed named. : A monster indignation meetirgwill beheld i...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Land Thrown Open. NARROMINE AND OLD HARBOR HOLDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Land Thrown Open. NARBOMINE AND OLDHABBOR HOLDINGS. The throwing open of 13 liomestpad selections on Narromine holding (within three miles of the town) and of a settlement lesse on Old Harbour holding (about 30 miles from Dubbo), attracted about 65 applicants (inclnH itiB two or three ladies) to the Lands Office, Dnbbo, on Thursday morning last. The formal bnsiness was disposed of in even less time than usual, and. within five minutes the la.'t deposit -was banded over, and the applicants retired. Tbe ballot took place at 4.30 p.m. on the same day with the follow ing results : — Homestead Selections. Portions 144, 145, 148, and 149, 87 acres 1 rood 20 percKes, paris-h Went worlh, cuiity Narromine ; 55 appli cations. B. A. Schumack 1, S. J. Hudson 2, B. Davis 3. J. H. Tomer 4. Portions 152 and 154, 84 acres 1 rood, Ho ; 54 applications. J. M'Carihy I.E. McSneenay 2, 11. Wallace 3, J. -' R. Butler 4. Portions 156 and 157, 112 acres 2 roods, do; 61 applications. J. ? Charlton 1, T. Tim...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE LYNE GOVERNMENT. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

TBE LYNE GOYEBNfENT. Later. 'lie new Ministry is composed as follows : Lyne— Colonial Treasurer See — Colonial Secretary Wise— Attorney-General. Hassal) — Minister for Lands O'Sullivan— Minister for Works. Fegan— Minister for Mines. Perry — Minister for Education Wocds — Minister for Justice Crick — Postmaster General. McKay— Vice-president Executive Council.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Vagrant 'Notes. The siege by the police of M. Guerin and the other French conspirators, wholave barricaded themselves, in a house in Paris to escape arrest, seems quite a picturesque episode in our proasic nineteenth century. One would tbink- wifli the resources at their control, the French authorities ; would make short work of such con tumacy, and yet this state of things | hae now lasted for some weeks. Look ing at things from a fcupeiificial point : otview, we owe La belle Fi-ance a -? debt of gratitude for the sensations she has furnished. First and very much foremost, the Dreyfus affair — that tangled complexity of military duplicity of which the unfortunate captain baa been made the scapegoat, then the Guerin siege, and lastly the murder of his brother officers by the French worthy in Africa. ??? To say that the result of the French Court Martial has convulsed the civi lized world is only putting the case mildly to say the least of it. The evidence on which the unfortunate : ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

The Weather Some nice-rain fell locally on Mon day last, and in some parts of the back country there was a good fall. The records were : Points Narromine ? 87 Boarke ? 30 Cobar ... ... 64 Nyngan ? 177 Wellington ? 34 Trangie ? 88 Byrock ? 89 Barringun ? 36 Eungonia ? 33 Gongolgon ... ... 142 Warren ? 124 Coonambla ... — 120 T ymagee ... ... 69 Parkes ? 22 Church of England. The 'Mudgee Guardian' says: — As briefly reported in our last issue, the Rev. F. J. Harris, Rector of Coolah has accepted, at the handB of if he Bishop of Batbnrst, the mission chap laincy of Narromine and Trangie. The rev. gentleman has to take up his new duties early in October, and will preach farewell sermons at Gobbora and Mundooran on Sunday next, and at St. Andrew's, Coolah, on Sunday, October 1.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Hospital Ball. The Hospital Ball committee met at the Commercial Hotel on Wednes day evening last, for the purpose of receiving the balance sheet and wind ing up affairs in connection with the late ball. There was & saaA -atte»dsa-OT,-Mr. 'J. lirWhepler occupying the chair. Mr. W. Kierath said that before the adoption of the balance short «,»o moved, he wished, on behalf of tbe ladies' committee, to make a sugges tion. The ladies desired that the sum of £5 be kept out of tho proceeds of the late ball to purchase cutlery. &c., with for use on similar occasions in the future. He would like to hear tbe opinion of other members of the committee on the matter. The Chairman said he did not think it tuiiijjtfieni lor mem xxi flo WUat they were askt d to as it. had been resolved at a previous meeting that the whole of the proceeds go to the Dubbo Hos pital. Mr. Kierath said it was only a sug gestion and he would vote with the majority if a resolution were moved. Mr. E. Cahil...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Divorce Case. FULJAMES v. FULJAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Divorce Case. FULJAMES v. FULJAMES. In the Bnit of Jobo Faljames against Amelia Louisa Faljames, formerly Warreu, before Mr. Justice Simpson, on Monday, the petitioner sought a dissolution of tbe marriage on. the grounds of respondent's adultery with Joseph Elliott and Charles Lorenz, who had been joined as co-respondents and desertion. Mr. Ralston appeared for tbe petitioner ; Mr. Thompson for the respondent who denied the allega tions agaiDst her : and Mr. P. ' K. White for the co-reBpondent Lorenz, who also dented the allegation against him. There was no appearance on behalf of Elliott, who had, however, filed an answer denying the adultery charged against him. The respondent had also filed a petition in which she charged her husband with deBertion, and on that ground she asked for re lief. The petitioner denied the alle i gutsoii. Tbe petitium r deposed to i having married the respondent at j Newtown in August, 1887, according | to tbe rites of the WcBleyan Church. He married he...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

ajai-ayffiiB «?'&?-« ---:- -.--, - --. » K^§i /SHIt/ClNQS onSAiiWcuniirt? Accobkts - ;#«i Wtvaobt EsCKElt6!r,jS\''HEiHES Debtor or. [!?£%£ '|3^qi§-B..'S-;--: . ;? : .-: --.', - : ._'. - ^fSi- TfOTieipyrsfriClmrge will bo wade on ilic Sr/lli 'feiS i' JOSEJSKXT, at 41entf Offices nno Brunches *# iiid thereafter on the 31st DECEMBEEaud im' SjMli JUNEjin each year. ~ ~V Dated at Sydney this 3rd Febbtjaby, 1899 Tlio Bakk op New Socth .Wales The Cosimkuciai 33 asking Costpant of Si'DKET, lituiited. - The ArSTitAiiAjf Joint Siook Bank, Limited The Union Bane of ArsiauMA, Limited The Bank o» Aubtkaosi.v The Cirr Bank of Sydney The London Tank of Austeama, Linu'tod - The Ejfousii, Seorasn and ArsTUALUN Bank, limited The CommuecialB ink of Austb alia , Limited The Bask op Nhw Zealand The National Bank op Avsthalasia, Iitim'tad The -Jc1!exslash Natiosal Hake, Limited 'ihe Bank of South Qfeexsuwtd, Liirdtod To Carrier-, Tisljir Getters , and Gtkeis. ' WILLIAM GALE S AW MILLS, BOURKE, TS...

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Open Column. THE FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY. To the Editor of the Narromine News. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Open Column. THE FARMERS' AND SETTLERS* CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY. To the Editor of tbe Narromine News. oir — as many gentlemen nave asked me the object of the above Company, | may I encroach on your space to ex plain more fully that I Firstly, it is tbe desire of farmers to I do their own business in their own ? way and for their own benefit, by sell- 1 ing their own produce in Sydney or elsewhere; by buying their own farm implements direct from the manufac turer, and for shipping and disposing of their own wheat. In .doing our own business under the above headings, the company has no desire or inclination to njibt tiny iudividnal ring or business firm, but merely to stand in as a business com petitor for our own business as pi-odncers. In cariying out their objpets it is not intended that there shall he any or very little expenditure other than a business manager, office, or perhaps a rough shed to stack produce held over. The Company will sell for cash and buy farm implements from the...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Fatal Accident. The community was rudely shocked yesterday when $he news came to be bruited about that tbat well-known . and highly respected townsman, Mr* . Will Barr, had met with a terrible and ratal accident, inquiry elicited that eucb was only too true, although as yet wo can only gather meagre par- . * ticuiars, and the whole matter will probably form the subject of an in quest to-day. It wonld seem that Mr Barr left his Narromine home yester day for the farm which he managed in; tbe interests of tbe Master in Lnfiacy ? in the estate of Martin Linnane. About 1| miles from town he was found with blood about the head, and as there was hair aud blood on a limb of a tree close by, it is BDrmised,he collided with this tree, the horse he was riding', running him against it. When the Accident happened, is only matter of conjecture, but it 6eemB probable it occurred shortly after be left his home occurrence has caused the most pro found and widespread regret, as the Jate Mr Barr was o...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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WHAT POOR ROADS COST. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

WHAT POOR ROADS. COST. Good roade are of vital iinportoiuee to tli§,faungr, s:*eiiig.tliattheconditiQn of Ihe roads makes n serious difference oue. way ov tlic other -in Lib yearly profits. As the i't suit of nn. enquiry made iu 1S95 by the United SlaJes Department of Agriculture, replies were received from over 1200 counties giving tlio cost of hauling avivage crops in various parts of tlie Uuited dtaica. I he average load linuiea was found to be 20021b., the average length of haul 12 1-10 miles, the average cost of hauling a ton of crops to market was 3dol. 2e , while tho average cost of hauliug a ton for a distauco of one mile was 25c. In order to co'nipare the roads of the United States with these of Europr, the bureau through its consuls (iicaile careful 'enquiry on the subject of the cost of hauling in England, France, Germany, Bi'lgiuWj Italy, aud Switzerland. The average cost of hauliug one ton one mile was found to be in Englnnd lOr ,in l'miinp )0e, in Germany 8j(\, in BJgi...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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To the Editor of the Narromine News. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

To the Editor of the Narr&mine News. Dear Sir,— After having carefully read *? Observer^1 ' letter in your last issue, I have come to the conclusion that be does not know what he ie writing about. He bas not taken into consideration, the trouble which is at tached to pound-keeping, and the fee of 2s per head is not sufficient to paj the Poundkeeuer for tbe various duties he is called upon to perform in compliance with the Impounding Act. If ' Observer's ' stock were imponnded in Warren or Brewarrina, he would be called upon to pay' a fee of 3s or 4s per head. I consider the fee of 2s is ! little enough for the impounding fee, uuu x unices w ilu aiuui uinii vtuhuiijk, when he said tbe present fee wonld cause people to be more careful about allowing their stock to trespass. 'Observer' says he fed bishorceon the best of hay, chaff, corn, bran and oats procurable, at a cost of 8s per week. Well, I'tbink he wonld be very foolish if he parts vith such an animal but perhaps ' Obser...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Religious Services. The Rev. W.Stewart will officiate at tho following places on Sunday next— - Narromine 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Woodside 3 p.m. Footrace* A footrace for £5. aside, between MeuBrs. T. J. Herbert, of Narromine, and H. Skelly, of Nyngan, took place in the vicinity of tbe Exchange Hotel, on Friday iaefc. Tbere were a number of spectators present, and some little betting was indulged in. ' The race proved rather a hollow affair, Herbert winning easily. u{atta1a nriitAf-tc* On Saturday night last, Messrs. J. Nelson and E. Cahill each had a bicyle - stolen from their residences The' ' police were informed of the thefts and Constable McKinley spent Sunday in ' saddle in search of the thieves, A portion of Mr. Nelson's 'bike' was' found on the Bogan road, where it' had evidently come to- grief. So far the thieves hiive managed to elude tho vigiience of tho police.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Ghamberlain's Caugli Remedy This remedy is intended especially for conphs, colds, croup, whooping cough aud influenza. It has become fiiroouK^for its cures of these discuses, fivor a Inr^e part of the civilized world. The most 'flattering testi monials have been received giving ac counts of its pood works; of the aggravating and peisistent coughs it 'unFcuied ; of severe colds that have yielded promptly to its soothing filt'ots. and of Hie dniicrerous attacks of croup it has cured, often saying the life of ihe child. The extensive nse of il for whooping cough has shown that it robs that diswisn of all dftnger ous consequences. Sold by G. W. Barlow and Co. Tea Meeting, Concert - AXD Tableau. Wednesday, Sept mbsr 23, 1396 -IX AID OF THI! - LOCAL VKSLEYA'X CHURCH. Toa]bu Tables from (5 to 7.30 p.m. J. LUND. (Nkxt to Mr. E!,!-'.on''s Burcuun Snoi1) Ladies' Nurse TOWN OR COUNrRY Stuck & Station Agsats THE3 Standard Fi^s In^uraBeg fioy OF NEW ZEALAND CAPITAL 'T ?? £1,003,000 luBuv...

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THAT FEE. To the Editor of the Narromine News. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

THAT FEE. To tbe Editor of the Narromine News. Sir, — I was rather amused at the ' high and mighty ' attitude assumed by a certain alderman at tbe last meet ing of tbe Council when the matter of reducing the sustenance fee at the local pound waB being discussed. The lofty contempt expressed by him for ' criticism ' — it mattered not from whence it emanated — was very fine indeed, as also were his remarks on ?' consisteEcy.' Now, sir, I take it that there is no virtue in a man sayi-eg ' I 6ball not back down,' when he knows he is wrong, simply because ho ' wishes to be consistent,1' Such con sistency as that is but tbe consistency of a fool, and I am surprised at the attitude of the alderman iu question because I credit him with a strong fund of common sense, and if he would only back down gracefully when he knows he is in the wrong, he would bo esteemed much more than he is. Everyone of our councillors must know full well that 2s per day per beast is absurd, at tbe present time at l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Vuhlhhcd EVERY FRID/LY MOBJTINSt Has a Tji^nEASD Daily Increasing -i— CIRCULATION. ? '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 15 September 1899

Subscription: -*EB QUABTEB. IV ADVANCE PER QUARTER. BOOKED,

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