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

To John Goodall, NABBOMINE. CfiiAKE NOTICE that if you do not *w proceed with Clearing Contract within Three Days from this date, same will be re-let at your risk. A. MILLAR. Narromine, 14th Sept., 1899. FOR PRIVATE SALE. Chaff-Cutting Plant. ONE Andrews and Bevan Single Bagger Chaff Cutter, in thorough order. ' ONE Four (4) Horse Power Engine, Six (6) JIta-se Power Boiler _iu thorough repair (nearly new), Belting, &c.' PKICE, £200. App'y, . ? . B. CAHILL & CO. 1MPOETANT Clearing Out Sale. 9uesdat(,3rd *€etcber9 A 230 p.m. lJ ? ? | fl@l CAHILL -fc Co. have received «»s?® instructions from the Rrv. R. W. P. Mohtgomekt (who is having Narromine) to sell by Public Auction at the, Pabsonage, Narromine, on the above date. The Wbole of his Household Furniture I and J^ffpnfn. nnmnriRiiifT — I Dining-room Furniture Bedroom Furniture Kitchen Furniture and Utensils Buggy Set Double Harness Pair Buggy Horses. Gent's Riding Saddle Lady's Riding Saddle Sewing Machine Household and...

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

f - . . . ... I TljonjaS Bell I HA.VING Severed His connection ?with GIPFITHS' B0S-, begt tc announce 'to, the HnWio that be has nnw Commenced Business on His Owu, Etc. Bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality will be His Aim. I Brisbane-street, Dubbo A Trial Solicited. HaB much pleaasnre in informing bis FrjendB and the General Public, that he has just Opened a Large Stock of ' SPRiNG AND SUMMER GOODS. ?-?; If you Want a really Good Serviceable Washing Dress or Blonse, you should go to L.N, and see a Wonderfully Cheap Line of Prints and Cambrics \ ' — PrintB 4»d per yard, the best value in Narromiue. , The Goods are New ard Uptodate ? Th?y are Marked at Low prices. i T-Key are Qirite Fresh and Choice. 1 They are fcood Enough, to Sel1 Inemselvcg. % ? ?'???... — ALSO,— 1 Clotliing, Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, 1 BND A. LARGE' STOCK OF STRAW HATS I Men's Straw Hats from Is ; Boys' from 6d ? 500 Pairs Men's Canvas Shoes, with extra strop acrosE,12s Gd (sewn) I Men's Nailed BlucTie...

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

Congenial £ouls. ? ?' Renders of the ' Owmg.11-- :I»e'ader ' ''? i- and (ho- 'Coioni'l's '*co n mi of*the 'Bulletin,' and of Goodge's 'Hits, Skits, nud JingloR,' wiil appreciate the fo'lowiiig correspondence in '*efss: — Croodge writes to Jack Moses : — Orange, August 22, 1890. To Mosdp, from tho Western Line: Dear Moses, you ain't nn A\yi\ o In rbgardto sUturc mid form, And yer short of flint classical bemity As* would lake ail tilic ladies by stovm j And yf r uin't got tlio 'splosh ' of old Tyson, Mor McCaugticy, nor some of the rest. But, old cobber, you have got What's denied to a lot — The regards.of 4bc'Boy« o£ the West, And it isn't' the port or the sherry Ae wo smnple nround at. the shows ; If you travelled for KMiuedcd wlusky That might be Hip reason, God knows ! Noritisiioty. nrstylc 6£ refcitin'. — Though »'c reckon you joue.'cftjie btst : But I li'll ion. oUTjlnrfl, TIici-v'h .i tiit 'ling iifrinl . 3?or.' his giblei6'.w«y,iu the \V--st : _i( v Ifoiv aon't gelt your eu i...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

MRS IANI§I I (Next to Mk. Elliott's Botcher Shop) S Ladies' Nurse I TOWN OR COUNTRY I E. €41111 k m I Stock & Station Agents. I . THIS ? I Standard Fire Insurance Coy I OF NEW ZEALAND I CAPITAL ... £1,003,000 I Insurance Asrainst Breakage of 9 Plate Glass. , 9 SPECIAL LOW TARIFF. 9 AH information will he given on 9 ipplication to fl P. HBBBEET, Builder, ? Exchange Hotel, Narromine. ?? THERE IS I AN ? ATTRACTION ABOUT PALINQ'S jH PIANOS and B ORGANS 9 THAT ? IS M irresistibleBJ It may be . 9B PURITY OF TONE, ' .9 ARTISTIC APPEARANCE^ OR ? HIGH STANDARD ' ? OF EXCELLENCE. ? YOU I CAN ? FIND ? THESE ESSENTIAL QUALITIES ? IN ALL . ? PALING'S ? PIANOS AND ? ORGANS, ? AT LOWEST PRICES. ? P IP ~ m STE1KWAT I FEUE1CHI EEAED ^k A A /% BE1NSMEAD N rjEBEL NV1CTOE / \ O 0 'I L1PP S ECKE S BELLIS& I WE STOCK I ' ALL KINDS OF 4 ? MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS* \ m ? ] SEND FOE CATALOGUE— FEEE. ^E i W. H. Paling & CoJi LIMITED, SYDNEY. W , I ?:

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Held Over [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Held Over ' Observer's' letter re sustenance fee at N*rromine pound. The chairmanship of the Pnblic Works Committee is vacant through the acceptance of a portfolio by Mr Perry. The posit:on is worth at least £800 a year, and liheral travelling allowances. There will be a scramble for it among Governmeut supporters Mr. Reid sayo he 16 the happiest man in New South Wales. He may think so, but there is one happier than he — William John Lyne. Of course it cannot be said that anyone is the ' happier ' than the 'happiest,' but let it pass. Rev. E. Edwards, 'pastor of the English Baotist Church, at Miners ville, Pa.,' when suffering . with rheumatism, was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Ho says : ' A few applications of this liniment proved of great service to- me. It Hubdued the inflammation and relieved the pain. Should' any sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a trial it will please me.' Tor Sale by G. W. Barlow and Co A young ladies' school in Rand wick ? a'ar Sydney, changed h...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Transvaal. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

The Transvaal. LONDON, Tuesday, It is persistently rumoured iu Cape town that President Kruger h?s sent to .VI r Conyngham Greene, the Brit'sh Agent at Pretoria, another conci:iatory disnatuh. P.-esident Kruger is angry at the coolness of the Afrikanders iu Cape Colony towards tlie Transvaal. The '? Daily Telegraph' states that ' the Liverpool Regiment has been dis patched to Laing's Nek, on the Natal frontier to protect the railway tunnel leading to the Transvaal. Two ihous'ind British troops are proceeding to Kimburley. Great. Britain has ordered wnggfns and ambulances from manufacturers in Ohio, U.S., and is negotiating for ihe purchase of 1000 pack mules at Louisville, Kentucky Boer spies are infesting the border towns of Nate1, Cape Colony and Bechuanaland. The' Boers are forwarding large qualities of compressed forage to the Xatal frontier. Dr. Reitz. the Transvaal Secretary of Stale, dec'ares that the Boer Gov ernment, the Volksraad, a-jd the burghers are unanimous, and thit ...

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The Dreyfus Case. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

The Dreyfus Case. LONDON, Tuesday. Tt is expected that. Captain Dreyfus will bepard.med to-day. LONDON, Wednesday. Dreyfus has been released, and by this time has probably rejeiued his wife. The '' Times ' says that the grant ing of -a pardon is a virtual admission that the verdict of the Itennes Court llm-iia! was giveu iu the teeth of cwience.

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Inquest. Ah inquest was held on Saturday last, at thd Commercial Hotel, before Mr. Dulhunty, coroner, and a jury of twelve, touching the death of ? Mr. Will Lam Barr. Thomas was the first wit ness examined. He t-tated that on Thursday, 14th inst., he was proceed ing along: the TominorW road, and when about 2jr miles from Narromine, he found the body of a man lying by tin road side. Witness went 1 1 the uetrcst Jiouse mid reported, what ho had s en, and asked a young man to go f'T the po ice and the doctor. Aftei war 1 reported tlie matter to a man whu drove up in a huirgy. He risked »ituess to go and show him the body. He said he knew the man and would drive back and report the matter and nsked witness to siaiy with body, which he did. George Hamilton Rowlands deposed that he was a. duly qualified medical practitioner aud Government medical officer for the d strict. About 12 o'clock on t'ie previous dajr he recaived a message that someone was badly hurt on the Tojninslcy road; the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Waiting Engagement EXPERIENCED STACKER, with *ia* sound knowledge of Agricul ? tur.il Farming. R.W.K, Post, Office, Narromine. ?I

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

It has been the lot of newspaper readers in general to note what might be termed the undue severity of the law in regard to prosecutions for sell ing or consigning for sale cattle which upon post mortem examination prove to have suffered from some disease in e, more or less virulent form. The censorship exercised, is most rigid, and we are told in diseased animals none escapes the lynx-eyed Chief Inspector and his minions, Curionslv enough Narromine has had brought home to it quite recently con vincing proof that in at least one case diseased animals have found their way from the Homebusb Yards, and been trucked at Homebnsh and landed at Narromine. Out of a draft of 12 cattle purchased by local bntchers — such by the way, is the dearth of local beef, that our butchers must perforce draw their supplies from the Sydney cattle sale yards — it was found on arrival here per train that two were suffering unmistakably from ' lumpy jaw,' so much so, that one of the lumps taken from a cow wh...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This remedy is intended especially for conghs, coldfa, croup, whooping cough end influenza. It has become ienious'for its cures of these diseases, over a- large part of the civilized world. Tbe most flattering testi monials havebeen received giving ao connts of its good -works j of the' aggravating and peifiistent coughs it has cured ; of Bevere colds, that have yielded promptly to i*s soothing effects, and of the dangerous attacks of croup it ias cured, often saying the life ml the child. The extensive use of it for ?whooping cough haB shown that it robs that disease of all aanger ous consequences. Soli by Q. W. Barlow aud Co..

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Religious Seryices. The Rev. J. Lund will officiate at the following places on Sunday next — Tranijie, 11 a.m. ; Ballangilla, 2'30 p.m. ; Narromine, 7.30 p.m. Narromine Temporary Common. The ' Government Gazette ' notifies that Messrs. Willium O'Neill, James A. Draper, and Joseph Theobald, have been duly elected trustees of the abovenamed Common, to hold office for the unexpired period of three years from January, 1898. Sensational Episode at Cobar On Friday afternoon (says the Cobar ' Leader ') a sensational episode oc curred at the Commercial Bank, when a determined-looking visitor entered, evidently with sarioos intentions of carrying off the safes, as well as the manager and etafi. He was fully equipped with au oil dram placed over his head and a piece of tin over his body to protect him from tl-e bullets, as he afterwards admitted. The usual weapons of attack were replaced by two deadly smelling pipes, which he held up, one in each hand, aud which fjiauijcu u ueep meiiu^ ul uno...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Cricket ? A match -was played on Saturday last between Narromine C.C. and Woodlands C.C.,on the latters grouud. The match resulted in a win for Woodlands by four runs. Following are tbe scores : . Na'komtce. A. Moston, li Shumack ? 2 C. G. Cubitt b Shumack ? 4 S, P. King, run out ? 3 A. Gale, c and b Shumack ? 0 M. Dunn, b Thomas ? 17 T. J. Herbert, b Shnmack ? 0 F. J. Grainger, c Thomas ? 0 J. Cahill c A. Webb ? 0 W. Byrnes, b Thomas ? 0 J. King, c Atkinson ? 0 J, L. Wheeler, not out ? 1 Sundries ? 2 Total ? 29 fWoODLANDS. R. Shumack, l.b.w., b Cahill ... 1 H. Atkinson, b Cahill ? 0 S. Sheppard, b|Dunn ... ... 3 A. E. Webb, c King, b Dunn . ... 1 G. Shumack, c King, b Cahill ... 7 T. McVicor, b Herbert ? 3 J. Thomas, c Wheeler, b Herbert 1 A. Sheppard, c Cubitt, b Cahill ... 11 L. Webb, c Grainger, b Herbert... 0 Arthur Webb, not out ... 2 Sid. Webb, c King, b Herbert ... 0 Sundries ? 4 Total ? 33 ? « ? ??,

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Erief Mention Narromine cricketers suffered their first defeat this season on Satur day last. -?'#*? The new Ministry is considered ' a job' lot. # ? Great improvements have been made to Cowell's Railway Hotel. One time the hotel was all front show ; but now the back part is the best. V . The wool is rolling iu to tho local railway Btation. *** Linnane's farm will be offered for sale at the Narromine Bale yards on Wednesday, Sept. 27. ??? Tho Rpv. R. W. P. Montgomery's household furniture and effects will be sold by auction on Tuesday, 3rd October. *#* ' Messrs. E. Cahill &? Co. have a chafe cutting plant for private sale. *** Messrs. G. W. Barlow & Co. invite tendprs in this issue for the erection of a bi ick store at Narromine. See advt. *** A gate-way has been made through the railway fence on the southern side, near the Post-office. *** So strong is the force of habit that people who havo for years climbed over tie fence there still continue to do so. ??? Mr. J. ...

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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

XaUst JnteUigenee (BY WIRE.) SYDNEY, Thursday, Mr. O'Sullivan Fays *lmt tlie present Ministry is to be known as th* country .Ministry. Mr. Wise is to hi opposed by Mr S. JJ. White. The Opposition declare that Mr. Iivne'u programme shows no jnstifica 1 ion whatever for driving Mr Reid from rffii'p. The Labour Parly tare, liowuvcr quite satisfied. The question of ritualism came be Inri' the Anglican Synod yesterday, and p.ivi' rise lo an animated discussion, Novrral high churebrueudcclarod that if the agitation against them \va-- not discontinued they woul.l band them s=-lvea together. It was ultimately r-.-,olved to refer the question to the Committee whether Dioceses were Ironnd by the decisiou of the EugUsh Ecclesiastical Courts. Lord Beaucharap listened to the dtbate.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Notice. THE Unilriwntioncl B I VKS have apvod to Oliarg« Hit,P-vKAiH,v n Fes of F1VK SHILLINGS on Alt, Cuuhkni Accounts WlTJUUT KXCKPTIOS, WllEl'lCEU DeDTOB Or CltEMTOK. Tin- First Charge will bo made on the 3oth JUNE KKXT, at UeiidOffiecB aua Branches and thereafter on &e 31st DECBJtBEftand 30lh JUNE iu enoh year. Dated at Sydney thiB 3rd Febbuaby, 1899 The Baite op New Sodth Waiks The COMMEBCIAL BiHKINO CoMPAMT -MF Sydney, Limited. . The Australian Joint Stook Bake, Limited The Union Bank of Adstbaha, Limited The Bane of Acsiualabu The Cirr Bank of Stdnst The London Vane op Acbtealia, Limited The English, Scottish and Austbaman Bane, Limited The Cosnomcr M. V ank of AcstbamA, Limited The Bank of New Zealand The National Bank of Australasia. Limited The QcteeksJ.a-tj National Bane, Limited 'Ihe Bank or North Qdeknsland, LiuiiU'd To Carriers, Timbsr Gettsr8 and Gtkeis. WILLIAM GALE SAW MILLS, BOURKE, IS a Cash 'Buyer of Good Sound PINE LOQ-S, in large or email quantities, lo...

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Open Column. HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Open Column. HOSPITAL BALL. To the Editor of the Narromine Newe. Sir, — The Gommittee of the late i&OBpital Ball wish, with your kind permission, to sincerely thank the members of the Ladies' Committee, and also to congratulate them on the snecessfal result of their efforts in the cause of sick and suffering humauity. The larce sum raised, which means with tbe Government subsidy some thing over £120, is eloquent testimony to the manner in -which the ladies worked for that cause which never ap peals in vain to those fiuer instincts of compassion we always associate with their sex. Where all worked 6O well it would be invidious to make dis tinction, but a special word of praise is due to Mrs. O'Neill, to whose powers of organisation as President, the successful result was largely due. Apart from the members of the Ladies' Committee, onr th.inkB are also due, to those, who, though not present at the ball, gave largely, both iu money and kind. Truly, tho 'quality of mercy is not...

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Tea Meeting and Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Tea Meeting and Concert. The third annual tea meeting and concert, in aid of -the funds of the local Wesleyau Church',' waBheld in the Assembly Hnll, on Wednesday last. A varied collection of eatables were provided, moBt excellent inequality and more than sufliotent in Quantity^..' A very large number of pe -ion Bat down to tea.- There werefoui, \ol -s and arranged as f ollows : No. X wa presided over by Mesdamss Darke ar Green, assisted by Miss JTinsley and Miss Hall ; No. 2 by Mrs..and Missea Lane (2), assisted by Miss Whitford j No. 3 by Mesdames Berryman and Evcringham, assisted by the Misses Everingham (2) Schumack and Penbertby ; No. 4 by Mesdames Land, ' Hogden and Skinner, assisted by Miss Mackenzie, After tea a very enjoyable concert was held, the Rev. J. Lund oecnpying tbo chair. The following programme was i HLieutiy rendered, and elicited rounds of applause, several items be- / ing encored: Song — ' Queen ; of the '? Earth,' Mr Maxswell; tableau — 'Tellers of Truth,' Mis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Hew SeasonsS Hew Goofls . ? _ ?? ?'?/ ??? - Has Now Opened His First Consignment of NEW SEASONS DRAPERY I _ :\ ? — — Consisting of — ? ! Zephyrs, Cambrics, Muslins, Prints, Art Muslins and Galateas. I The abo ,re are all the Latest Designs, and as I Competition is the Order of the Daj, I ^ P.J.R. is selling every line with the I Lowest Margin of Profit. I Send for Patterns and Price, and Compare them with I ANYTHING You Can Fnd THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. I Gives up His Work. I SICK, SUFFERED and SAVED. The Case of Mr. Wm. MCCARTHY. (From the Windsor and Jiiehnumd Gazette ). BY OUB SPECIAL IMPORTER. ? Information having been conveyed to Hie Cautte\\vft M r. McCarthy hsul vccbvevi d from A Very Serious illness, we at once detailed a reporter to make full enquiries into- Mia matter, and also to per sonally interview McCarthy himself on tlie nibiect. Wlieu our reporter arrived at McGratb's Hill, near WindsT, lie fuund wliom he sought, powerfully wk-Miiig a . a'edse hammer in his forge. Xli...

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Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 22 September 1899

Sydney Mems. (From our own Correspondent.) The political crisis did not appear to be much talked of in the city, not one iu 20 taking any interest in it. Not so the meeting of the A.J,C, as every group you passed were discuss ing the chances of the. different can didates, but I don't think any of them made a fortune on either the Epsom or Metropolitan, the Epsom winner starting at 16 to 1, while Cremona's starting price was 40 to 1. I have no doubt you have heard all about the fire at the Tivoli theatre, which was a fairly large one, but was chiefly coufined within the walls. Anyone passing by and not knowing of the fire would not notice it by tho appearance of the walls which are as sound as ever. F. Sherwood, playing for James Sandy and Co. C.C. ou Saturday week in the Moore Park competition, against Biddell Bros, scored 55, aud on Sat urday last against Red fern United he scored 48 without giving a chance. The George-street tram, which was to have commenced running on Mon day, is...

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