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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 29 September 1899

- - ? '''I BVBBT FRIDAT MORNIEG. Mas a Iawmkd Dailt Increasing 1 ? ClRCuXMlOS. ? dubseripticn: PBB QVAEl'KE, I* A&VAJSCfc PER QUA.RTEA. BOOKED,

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 29 September 1899

ROAI S. The metropolitan press, or rather a section of it, is making merry over the promised vigorous roads policy of tbe new Administration. Tlie sarcasm ib | out of place. It's about time the roads of the country received some atfeution The starvation of this vote has gono on tor nve years, and producers have suffered severely. It is all very well for city members to sneer at the wants of those settled on the soil, and to ridicule tbe idea of redressing their grievances, but the policy of every good Government shonld be towards in. creasing the conveniences of those who are pioneering the country and settling it lo the advantage not only of scat tered communities bntof the metropolis as well. When the Ro-nans conqnpred England tbe first tiling they sot about was the making of roads, particularly fie one between York and London, which is even to this day tbe finest in the world. Of courso railways have taken the place of groat trunk roads in all countries, but all roads feeding rai...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 29 September 1899

To Let «PWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, : & 3s*6d.W«ek. Apply, - F. HOEY, B*ker, Narromine. Notice. -SSSHE Business of the Coumerciil ' «? Banking: Company op Sydney, Limited, will be carried on from the 2nd' Proximo, in temporary Office in Mr. KB ARNBr'S SHOP, pending tbe erection of new premises on old site. M. DUNN; Manager Narromine Branch. A GRAND BALL WILL be held in the Assembly Hall, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1899, to wind up the Season in connection with the Narro uiiae Quadrille Club. Tickets: Doable 7b 6d, Gent's Single 5s, Lady's 3s 6d P. ABBOTT, ?Hon. Secretary. ASSEMBLY HALL, daturdaii, BOth dept, AND Mendai(, 2nd ^etcher, A Gigantic Combination — Instructive Amusing EDISON'S MABVELS. Musical and Comedy Company, Compiising Edison's Latest '99 Model Bioscope, a vast improvement on the Cinematographe and Biographe, showing living views as clear as day, and absolutely free from vibration. 85 Subjects to select from 85 Also, Edison's Micro Bettini, the true mirror of sound,...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A POST OFFICE ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 29 September 1899

A POST OFFICE ROMANCE. A veritable romance of the post office has come to light in Melbourne. Ten years ago last June, an ardent, and woefully shy, lover, sent a pro- posal of marriage by post to the object of his glowing affection. He never received an answer or acknowledgment Thenceforth the two were strangers.   They did not speak when they met, and no explanations followed. A few weeks ago some old letter bags were being turned over at the G.P.O. with a view to their being destroyed, when a letter addressed to a lady was dis- covered in one of them. It was de- livered to her in due course, and was found to contain the offer of marriage   written ten years before. Neither he nor   she had married in the interval. All has since been happily explained, and the wedding takes place at an early date.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 29 September 1899

Brief Mention The second bore at Haddon Rigg,   near Warren, has struck a flow of water estimated at half a million gallons daily. * * * Mr Trickett has bpen elected Chair- man of the Works Committee in place of Mr Perry, the new Minister of In- struction and Labor. * * * Mr Isaac Chaplin, a well-known Parkes and Peak Hill identity, died in   the Peak Hill Hospital on Wednesday week. * * * The Peak Hill post officials com- menced duties in their new premises Friday last. This should prove a wel- come change for them. * * * A white dingo is said to have been caught by a trapper at Mount Beck, about 28 miles from Coolamon. The man who caught it bad it alive a few days ago. Mr. J. P. Carmichael, of Kyalite, McPhail, marked 77 per cent of lambs this year from young ewes. His wheat crops, from Steinwedel seed, obtained from Messrs. Mack and Austin, Narro- mine, look remarkably well. The crop from this property last year averaged 30 bushels to the acre. * * * Som...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Thursday, September 28. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND CONFIRMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Thursday, September 28. PRELIMISART ISVESTIQATIOS ASD CoN riaicATtov . Thomas fitoulahan ; ad jotirnerl. John Atkins, a.c.p. confirmed; c.l, survey directed. ?George Barker ; confirmed. BlNGBAR'KIKG APPLICATIONS. Richard G. Warren. James Eldridgc, Daniel Gojlan, G, H. Tyers, John R»e, ? Joseph Woods, N.S.W. M. L. and A. Co., AdaFlorenca Wythes, Christopher Keurney ; permission granted. IsotuiW undbb Sectios 16, Actof 1895. Percy James Wilson ; adjourned. Fob Cebtificatrs as to Adv*bsi CiRCCBiJTAHCES. Percy James^ Wilson, Bernard CharleB Wilson f adjourned. Ikqtjiht Under Section 16 Act 1864. Randall Hall; satisfactory. Appbaisement of Value of Iupboyc MESTi Sidney James Laverack ; adjonraed, Inudiiii Usdzb; Secnoir 35 Acr 1895. Walter Thomas Colo, William Thompson, Rank New South Wales; satisfactory,. Scrub' Lease Application. Bank New South Wales , adjourned Avssvih Lease Apfticinos. George Littlejoha ; withdrawn. To Cease Living ok Land. John Herbert H&zell; permission gra...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Dubbo Land Board Wednesday, September 27. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION AND CONFIRMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Dubba Land BDird i WoduesJay, Soiiiuui'^jr '17. . Prkuminiut IsvEJTtQWios isO Cos mM\tiox. Mary Klizibsth Slllivau, c.p.,ond . c.l. ; di*all'-wmi. Joseph Field, c.p. ; confirm ?d. ^ ltibai-t Scott, Thomas M. Scott, trustees tff K. Sjjtt, c.p. survey directed. ! Eb-Hb\Uisqbi O.iDE.tor Appsal Cooar. Beatrice lllaiolta Ciuiirou, c.t. J confirmed .? SKTixesiENr Lease Ap'i'lications. j James Scott Lithgow. disallowed. William Charles Russ; adjoacued. j John Mdrritnan; aJjojrued. J Anxual Lkask Awmcation. ; John Fransid Falojuer, granted 21 per etcre. Special Lease AppttcATtos. ( Ada Florence Wythes: permiBsiTe, occupaucy recommended. Special Pcrcbase ApJ»licatio». John Dight Mackay; adjourned to n^xt Court. To IlEGisrEB Dam UsceIj Wire* , Bights Act. i P. E. Body ; recommended I Application for Feesh CeBriFicATs* | T. B. Hobden ; applioatioa granted.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Belisriou' Eervices The Rev. J, Luud vi.J officiate nt ILn following places ou 'suii'lnr rwxt — VVuodluads, 8 p 01. j Nurroiunic, 7.'M. , PitESUVTEUMN. Hev J. T . Main will conduct divine « rvice ou Sunday ni-xt ut tho follow ing places: Narroiuiiiu, 11 a.m.; Timbriobougie, 2.45 jun. ; 'Xi-angic, 7.45 i) m. The Eailway Hotel, It in ijot often it full* to our lot to *uaku an iuspectiou of pi -cuiiafH wli cli ».Jjow6 8Ucb marked i.i)|)mveuiiMita us «K- the Railway Hotel, of wliiuli the licensee is Mr Jobu LWi'll. Since Iliat (jentl.mau became the purcluib.U' ? ?f tiie freehold lit? bar. list no tiuio iu '*nakiug tlio premises quilt: uji «o duli: r-- point of accomiuuitttimi hii-1 i-q ii(-- l.itnt. Tbo builiiiui; Itoell ha* been enlarged and UoWf OontHiiih 14b:dr:)oiii* lii'fcideti piti'lui'M, ditiiug j-uotua. &s. ? *itie old building liaa b.eu cmuplet.-ly tiaiisforuiud, and \mn b&iu Jii.eJ and vanished uud fr- t-hlr j.iiinted thiimj-ti- t-ut. Ai-w ond tuiiaUlo faniuuiv...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cricket ORANGE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Cricket ORANGE UNION. Following are the fixtures in connec tion with the Dubbo District Competi tion for the Hansen Cup. October 14. Dubbo v Narromine, at Dubbo,'*' Ponto v Macquarie. at Ponto. October 28. Narromine v Ponto, at Narromine. Macquarie v Dubbo, former's ground, November 11. . Ponto v Dubbo, at Ponto. Narromine v Macquarie, at Dubbo. November 25. . , Narromine v Dubbo, at Narromine. Macquarie v Ponto, at Dubbo. ??- December 9. Ponto v Narromine, at Ponto. Dubbo v Maeauarie, at Dnbbo. December 23. Dubbo v Ponto, at Dubbo. Narromine v Macquarie, at Narromine January 6. Ponto v Dnbbo, at Ponto. Narromine v Macquarie, at Dubbo. January 20. Ponto v Macqnarie, at I\nto. Narromine v Dubbo, at Dubbo. ___ February 3. Pon to v Narromine, at Narromine. Dubbo v Macquarie, at Dubbo Ground. . ' ? ♦ Mayor Harris, of Sydney, is a B.A* of the University. Atter'hearing him attempt a speech due is inclined to in quire, 'What Univerbhy ?'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Personal & Political. Ah Gue got four years for man slaughter. He Ab Guod the poiut with his mistress with au ndzj. It is said Dr. lloea, tlio Veteran member for Molong, wiil be a candid ate for the Federal Senate. Dr; . MaeLauriu explained to Mr. Lyne that he was too old for Sf inis terittl life. He was vivacious enough at Referendum time. MelbournJ will only supply make shift accommodation for the Federal Parliament. So, after nil, there is no conspiracy to per inane i tly appropriate the precious capital. Slusicnl — and uumnsical — Sydney went ir.al over Maud M«cCarthy. The (itile girl took it all a.-i calmlf ne a seasoned veteran. She is » born humourist ft8 well R-i a burn Tiof:nt»t. Her parents have tu bear the burden ot tier popularity, The shooting of Dr. Fraz*r by bis wife is inexpressibly sad. She is now in castody consume! by remorse. There was a time when jealous and unhappy people suicided. It, now seems to be the fashion in bang away at the objects of tbeir aff...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Pleasure. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Pleasure. Ainu ! TJibI wcaiy r»re» of life HIiuuM evi-r o'er us atni.y. Or lieMl-ln be filli'd with wurlJlj strife To AVubtu our lives awa/ All ' Oooi il ii thtt eanc dvtire In vauies ill nurdly chuur, To drive Hwuv nil rari's mid in Aud liua jic66 troubku di-citf. In joyous mood 8 few of '? l'illeil witli tin* solo dcairo, Accord tbul 'twould ba iiauglit but j-:«t( Tilt: MCai teuiu to hire. We this nchiered, and oucli Wi li Kivtii our to miun\ f Pfunul t)in swnct« ami to k our a«xt«. A.u.1 lurin; 1 u* towarjs Minitrc. Su/nc touch tli:i( pleoaitnt drire« ore tate In 'fsiir Aiinlrulia'e chuie, lint, w!t:it inuit; fur van joU cijinpRr'u ? , To roids o'tsrdroopud with pine, 3 lie orciiite loeinrd to think tlium gocA As many p ««e.l us by { Aud CHch rcot'ivi'il a loti.i (iluto. As 'lung thr. roida tbejr'd hie. iHif rt-owning bsimty of our trip \V«3 ilt-ui' the rtvfr side, TIutc inj- di.p iijf.,1 a -«r.lftnt »trip, W'Irtd Cupiil couid pfttidu. My thought i might dwell en thin last seen* ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Mr Lyne has reiterated his belief in Women's Suffrage, although h e quali fied his faith with an opinion that the time may not be ripe for the innovation. That shows with what caution the Premier i6 feeling his way. Bat there is really no political peril. in the pro posal. The maiority of mankind and womenkind have a deeprooted dislike to the aggressive and irrepressible female who has a passion for public speaking and a contempt for domestic cooking, but wo are all veering roa ad to a recognition of the electoral rights of the ladies. The masenliue mind may in the highest reaches easily over shadow the feminine mind in every thing, bnt the dullest observer must see that the average woman: is the intel lectual eqaal of the average man. Now, as it is the. average man selects the legislators, there is no reason why the average woman should not have her voice in the selection. Although it is perfectly trne that the average man knows more about politics than the average woman it cannot ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

%att*l MeW$enise (HY .WTO?'.) SYDNEY, Thursday. | The French resid nts of Sydney have agreed to pr. sent an sddress to their Consul-General concerning cer tain remarks reported to have been made by the Governor at Cobar con cerning the Divyfns case. Two Ifirg1 steamers in port have Vioon mnoMircd as to soace in view of the possibility of b- nding 1,200 troops from Australia to tbe Transvaal. The conference of military com- _ mandants at Melbourne has concluded, and a reply forwarded to the various Governments. It is believed that it recommends that the force sent to Sonth Africa should bea'most entirely a mounted one, not exceeding 1000 in number, and that tho men be drawn proportionate^ from the colonies con tributing to the cost. It is understood that the Victorma Premier will to-day ask Parliament to grant 250 men , : All the Governors arein receipt of f important confidential cabl- s from Mr. 1 Chamberlain, regarding the impend- * 1 ing war. , . , 1 It is understood that the Bri...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Municipal Council. The. usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Monday even ing. Present : The Mayor (Aid. James Nelson) and Alderman Bell, Walker Gunning and Smith. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Office of tbe Railway Commi-sioners, Sydney, Sept. 14,1890. Sir, — With 'refm nee to your letter , of the 8'h ultimo, in which permission j is asked for drainage from Dandi loo- J strict in your Mmrcipaliiyte flow into the railway drain, I an directed to in forni you that thfc matter hns had con sideration wilh tlio result that it is i cgrettcd thu request cannot be c im plicit wilh. I am to add, however, that the Com mi.- sinners will have -uo objection to the const i-ucton of a drain across- the railway at Dai ;daloo- street tn admit of water passing from one fide of the iai:way to the other, provided your Council undevt-Aes to accept, all ves pon*.i -il.ty fur any nuisance which may arise by reason of the drainage con veyed on to a y- property ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. G. EVANS V. A. MILLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

SMALL DEBTS COURT. G. Evans v. A. MatAR. Claim £5 for fitting and overhauling an engine. Mr. Bambei appeared for plaintiff. George Evens deposed that he was an engine-driver, employed at Mc Pbee's sawmill, Narromine ; Mr. Millar'p manager came to him, and rffeked if he would go and overhaul their engine ; witness said he would do it if he got paid for it ; he afterwards saw Mr. Miliar who agreed to give him £5 to do the work; he put the engine right so far as he could sub ject to the interference of Mr. Millar; £5 was a reasonable price for the wor k. To defendant : Your manager did not ask me if' I were a practical en gineer ; I served 4 years to fitting. Donald McPhee deposed : I am a sawmill proprietor, residing at Nar romine ; plaintiff is employed by me ; he is a practical man ; have paid as high'.as £10 to have my engine re paired right through. Te defendant: I think p'aintiff a practical engineer. Alfred Millar, sawmill proprietor, deposed: My~ engine was not running too well...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney, "Sept 25, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Cbief Secretary's Office, Sydney. Sept 25. 1899. fir, — Referring to your Council Clerk's letter of the 8th ultimo, I .am directed by the Chief Secretary to in form you that tbe By-laws th. rein en closed, made bv ihe Council of the Municipal District of Na- romine, under the'' Municipalities Art, 1897,' having been confirmed by His Excellency the Gove nor, with ihe ad vie of the Execu tive Couuci', have been pub ished in a Supplementary ' Government Gazettj ' i.f the p esent i\ \te. I am, &c, CRITCHETT WALKER, Principa! Und^r Secretary. The Mayor, Narromine. The f-tlnni-ig r--!c»rams were also r-jad :— ' lh-\r far i.- McKennn's Ft* lection from Narromine on tbe D.tnJaloo-road, and can you give me the eorrrct rotation of residents along that, road to this place. W. H. Maguibr, luspector.' ' Asked to join deputation urging a morning train to Dubho. Do inhabi tants concur. R^ply. G. A. Gdn.ving, Arthur-strerf.TSorth^Sydney.' ' Mr Phillips and self interviewed Minister. Definit...

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THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

THE TRANSVAALJTROUBLE. Tbe'British Cabinet has decided to convene Parliament to take immediate action. An outbreak is expected at any moment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

THE ^niVrnirntionivi B ISIvS Imvpagrh to -?hnwe ITam--ybably a KrsEiif V 1 V SHILLINGS on Alt, Cmmiixt Acnors* ^rmrtt-r 'KxccrnoK. Whsthkb 1)ui»tou- tislDIIOB. The First Chary will to' »'fl^'* 'n Hir 8|V 4USK KKXT.nl Hi-nHOfllcv* ann Itrnnrhi n-iit tWnftrr on tlm 81«* DliCKMDKRuti 80lli JUNK in eudi jenr. Datotl at Fyiliiry Ihit 8rd Febhcarv, ISf The Bxieir op Xsw Poptii Wat.im The Cow snout TUskiko Com us y c 8ii»i»fv. liimit^H. TV Ar*THii.nT( Joint Stock Hank. T.miitt ')« T'kion IUsk 'f Avbtbai-u, Imiiili-d ThfiT»ANK OF ArHTHAI.A'M Tli« Cnr n«Nk of Pydsbt The I-osiiov V*sk or Afsjiut.u. Limited thl- ENOT.TSir, SCOTTISIT ASP Al-BTKAT.1.* itiNP. Limited Tli* CnVMKBCiAtBAKK of ArnBAWA. Limite TIip Pavk ov Nfw Zf*i.»nt- SlieffmosAt IUvk or AvarniHSlA.T.imitP Tho -jpFBXFL4ien JCattosat. I«axf, Limit* The Bask of North Qcfensiajtp, Limite To Carriers. Timber Getter and Otbeis. WILLIAM GALE ? SAW MILLS, BOURSE, PR Ci-h Buvet of Good Sound PI\'F LOGS, in Urco or small quantiripf loaded on...

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To the Editor of the Narromine News. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

To the Editor of the Narroraine News. Sir, — I think it is time for me to have Rom thing to say re sustenance, as it appears to me to cost the writer nothing to see Ins letters in print. Mr. Editov, if you charged for these letters your paper would pny you very well, and perhaps writers wonld not rush you so often to express their thoughts 1 think it quite time enough to sing out when someone hrs suttcred through this high sustenance. I have beeu Poundkeep r for the past 16 months, and I have not averaged 10s a week including trespass and driving, and uo honest man could keep himself in tucker if he had to depend on the pound alone. Two of the Aldermen think Is is enough. I wauld be most happy to resign and let either of thnse parties take a six months trial at Is. and take al' t'*c responsibilities tint are attached to t'ie Impnunding Act. I apologise ror trespassing on your valuable space. J. E. PATTERSON, ? Ponndkeeper. The onlj two great Enropean capitals that have never been oc...

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BURROWA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

BURROWA ELECTION. Mr. Neilson was elected for Bur ro wa.

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