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

I Hew Seasons^ Hew Goods ? Has Now Opened His First Consignment of NEW SEASONS DRAPERY — Consisting of — . Zephyrs, Cambrics, Muslins, Print?, Art Musiins and Gaiatsas. The abo /e are all the Latest Designs, and as Competition is the Order of the Da} , P. J.R. is selling every line with ths Lowest Margin of Profit Beni for Patterns aid Price, aid Compare th:m wit, ANYTHING Yon Can Find ,?OBSTiNATE INACTION OF THE LIVES. [An Absolute Cure, *? ' The Case of %Urs. Sa ah Ha!3. (TV. m the 'II -Wot f?;iz ' .') (BY aril si'ciii, i;Kri-i:TrK.) A wrt . tativv. «f. thi' p-'P'T (m'I'i1 on Jlie. -Mali, wli.i Jiv a ii.-x. (lit! raij«...v line u Ilciini., ..I, N..S.U'. J^Y-n Imi-ij Wji il), Hielievi,' s:M tire mrortcr ^ .-?*. Y«-i,rni-'i«iI Mr*. -Hull. Imt I mil pi« s-ii tu^ny 1 ..in w'flW ii»*. I'lit: sl.11 1 hi my '~8ijkiiu--8 «'? s jo'isiinitc c:insti[-;i i n-, wliielt ? ? f.Vi-a In j; linn) Deiisd Every Medicine J trio.l Ovi.1- t. Ui- w.nUciii ? ? clf-el of jiufgntivt: nxi'.li v«!-- I «m« oli...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1899. (Before—Makinson, Esq, J.P.) POLICE Y. HEALEY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 October 1899

Police Court. . FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1899. - (Before— Makiuson, Esq , J.P.) Police r. HeaLey. John Healey, licensee of the Royal Hotel, Narromine, was charged with a breach of the Licensing Act, to wit, allowing dice to be played in his licensed premises. Constable Henry Stew.rt depdsed-: On the 23rd inst., I was in Daudaloo Btreet, in company with Constable Horstmau, at J.1.13 p.m.; was opposite the Royal Hotel ; heard the rattle of dice aud voices of a number of men inside ; went to the parlor door and foiin 1 it locked ; th -n tried the pnssu age door ; it was also locked ; I then cam.'1! back to the parlor- window and heard Healcy's voice saying, ' YeB, that's fifteen — 4, 6 and 5.' Hea'oy then left tbe parlor and went to close the bar ; in company with Constable | Horstinan wvnt to the rear of tbe ' premises aud tried a door, but found it locked; returned to the front, and again heard tbe ratfle of dice in the' p.irlor ; then tried the door of the tap room, and it was opened by He...

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

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

9ublteked EVERY- FKIDAY MORIHXG. Has *. t-»°'eand Dailt Ikckeabiko | — l. CIRCULATION^ ? U ? — ?

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

TofHakeGrainGrowiRpPau you must HABVEST CHEAPLY, WASTE NO GRAIN, and PKODUCE A FIRST-LASS SAMPLES TMF ^TilM^^lBJF M«fee* flu's P.HMibfo. It takes off more a iaxi swiften ah £ Wlu.at thM1 miy Slripp(.ri CI.acks U()grftin H Jl'DTtTIFffTFE'li) an'' c'ea's perfreily, tu«j drivcraud the 01 la Jalft V Mmt3 Ji MM diuary Stiippur team doing ail ilie worjj. An ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE Given with Every Machine that it will do good work in Wheat, Oats and Barley. An Expert Starts Each Machine and Duplicate Parts are Stocked in Narromisc H. Y. McKAY, Ballarat, Patentee and Manufacturer. P. R. ROBINSON, Local Agent. Order at Once to avoid Disappointment. CHCRN LEE, - AND - | DANBAi§8 OTEIT; NiMOfflWE f fiave Opened in Premiaea Opposite Astill's Blacksmith. Shop, with ?v A Large Stock of Grotery, Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Ironmongery, Etc ' C-Ir- Begs to ftnnonnce to the Inhabitants of Narroraine and sur rounding District, that his Stock is stcon-J to none in Q iality and the Prices will -be fonpd belo...

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 — 6 October 1899

Tbori)a5 Belt JliVTNG Severed His connection with fJIFFITHS' BO'S., kegfc to nnnouiH!t! In t1!' i*-ili''-c- *!nt '?? ?-«?» imw CciiiuucmiwiI ' L-Ual-U*,t- UU HlS 'U«U, jjjUS. Bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality Will be His Aim; Brisbane-street, Dubbo A. Trial Solicited. 18 Spring. Surfng. 99 Has much pleaasure in iiifortnirg l.is Friends and tlio General Public, tha he Jias just Opened a Large Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOOJS. ? :o: ? If yon Want a really Good Serviceable Washing Divfb or filonse, yon Blioul.i go to L ft', and «e a Wwdeif ui)y CWap Liae «f Prints and Cambrics — Prints 4sd per yard, tlie beet viilut iu NunoimiK-. The Goods are New ai d Uptodate ', Th y aTe Iftarked at Low Prices. They are Quite Fresh and Chcice They are Oood Enong-h to Sell Ihemselvcs. — ALSO, — Clothing, Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, BXD A. LARGE STOCK OF STRAW HATS Men's Strnw Hate from Is ; Boys* from 6J 500 Pairs Men's Canvas ShcrB, with j-xtva strap across, 2s Cd (sewu) Men's H-ti!ed Bl...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cricket NARROMINE v. TIMBRIEBONGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

Cricket NARROMINE T. TlMBKIEBOHGlB. A team of Narromine cricketers journeyed to TimbrieboDgie on Satur day last to meet a team there. Play commenced shortly after 2 o'clock. The Narromine skipper (Mr. G. W. Bell) won the toes, and elected to bat, and sent Messrs. Dunn and E. P. King1 in to tbe bowling of A. Cameron and W. Ives. When 12 runs had been pnt together, King was bowled by Cameron, and before another rnn bn-'. been added, T. Herbert, G. Herbert, and A. King were disposed of by Cameron. 4 — 12. The fifth man was Captain Bell, who played a very care ful innings being at the wickets three quarters of an hour for 5 runs, and was then clean bowled by F. Bullock. Gale, affrr notching two runs was . smartly caught bv F. Bnllock off Cameron. Grainger, the next man. who was playinsr UDosnally well, after making six hit one up and was caueht by MeMnhon off F. Bnllock. Dnnn. who was top scorer in the innings, Ml / a victin) to Cameron after contrilmtinp a very useful 15. W. Byrces hit...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

iffS:-- * ' wSJ -J TO STAND * ;; tjLjLa^W ifAHBOMlN: v ' ? lt*C^=?-Rl~T^*8^— «—— * IlI ba11» r ?'?' ??^-1'ifnT* ? * T^ *wD/ b'-- ...' STALLIOI ?~ntE Jacc is a cream-coloured Pon - ? . . vitb black points, aud etauds abon ? 3 kanda high 5 ho is a perfec fackney. ,'\ ! 'IQeee: By Master Astec, dat ^ 'jtiry by Don (imp), ♦?.' f.er Aztec by Aztec (imp) fron ? Hie by Little Donald A riJ)J ti'i'-l-^ ;;:, Ij.wlc, Oivry CUT! . taken, biuno responsibility iucurrec TERMS : £1 10a. A reduction will be made for two o tnore mares the property of the saw '..'??' owner. . ' ? ? Burns and Stevenson. M. tveringham, Iiifffitn Jirriiln All orders will Receive Prompt Attention. Funerals Conducted in First-c' ass style at reasonable prices*. A GRAND BALL WILL be held in the Assembly Hall, on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER IS, 1899, to wind up tl.J Season in connection wkh the Narro Jnine Quadrille Club. Tickets: Double 7s 6d, Gent's Single 5s, Lady's 3s 6d. P. ABBOTT, Hon. Secretary. £1 Eeward. t ? __ i «!? OST from...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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COBAR RACES. COBAR, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

COBAR RACES; COBAE, Tuesday. Opening Handicap— Morallic 1, Uozetta 3, I Brseburn 3; I COBAB, Thursday. 1 Cob»r Cup— Ootoczar 1, Ingomnr 2,Vourg 1 Auetraliun 3. I The Eev. Mr. Harris, th? new . J ncuxabeiit of St. Marys, Chuich ot 1 England, will conduct diviuc scivie* I at Navcomiat on Suuday uvsi. 1

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

MELBOURNE WOOL SAI/KS: Tbe opening of the Me beurne Wool S.ilc-« yciituruu/, rated showed an advance of 4Jpcr cent, being unprecedented iu hintory oi (lir ' ~ colony. ConeiJerubK1 excitemeui. iiverauw: among buyers.

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 — 13 October 1899

Mr Absl Wiikins, says the ' Western Post,' Lns at his residence in Market street, 'a curiosity in (he shaps of a p:il'ah with four wings. Wuon Mr. Wiikins. first got the bird from Coon amltle thura was nothing urmsnnl nbout it, bat it has sirbsequer.tlr de veloped a second set of wing feathers, which are finch a enmbrauco that it now cannot fly. The bird is very lirtly, and a splendid talker. . The dnys of graco for do? registra tion expire to-morrow. After that owners of unrogisiered dogs can ex pect a visit from the police, succeeded by the receipt of a bit of blue paper. Tom McKibbon, the well-known cvicketeter, will play with All Sainta' Club, Eathurst; this season. '? Truth' Norton hns been Jet in for the payment of costs in the case which blind Prescott had against him 're cently. The latter is supposed to bfive e'eftr d oat, and Norton bas to part up £533. ' Jem. my son, what do you think of (his .era universal dissrmament ?' ' Well, Joe, itBeems totnesuraraatlike me and ray ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alleged Interference With Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

AIL ged Interference With Justice. At iha Circnit Conrfc on Satnrday liist, liis Honor, Judge Cohen, dealt with a matter incidentally mentioned from time to t.me during the sittiugB. He Faid tbafc in the case of the con viction o( Henry Fii'ldiup for horse. Ft-.'aliiig, it was (shown that some of the horses r ferred to find bet-n 8'iid to Sir J. Lynch, and it was Rlli'ped that after t.,e verdict wns returned Mr. Lynch bad made insnltiug observa tion., to at least one iurvmau who'lind taken part in that trial. An atu-mpt liad been made to communicate, with - Mr Lynch on tho previous day ; but j be had returned to l-in lnunc uoav ' Narromine* before tho matter V.hs brought under notice. Mr Lynch was then informed that lie (r.hc judge) would require liis attendance at that. Court. A telegram in refriy had been received from Narromine to tho effect that Mr Lynch -would be at Dubbi- os boou as possible that dny (£ntu-day). He took it that MrJiyncu would an:iv« by the aft rnoon maii train...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

Valedictory. O% Tuesday evening last, on tlie eve of hi* departure from town, the Llev. R. W. P. Montgomery was eutertained at a banquet at Mob ton's Court House Hotel by a uumbi-r of his f. ieuds, and presented with a beautifully engrossed address and pur.se of sovereigns. Mr. W. Kieratli, J.P., occupied the chair, and opologiscd for Mr. Aluck, woo was unavtnuiiuiy acsens. rtii also read apologies from Hi.s Worship the Majgtr (Aid. Jainea Nelson) and Mr. F. £. Body, of Bundemar, and Mr. Brown, of Branston. TLc Mayor was absent through indis position, and other gentlemen nxmed regretted that it was impoaetWe, for them to attend o-uriD-r to it being 'the busy season with them. Mr. Body icitimat«ii ia his letter that they were getting np a testimonial to Mi- Mont gomery at Bundemar, wkiii wou d be to that gentleman before be left the dutrict. Mr. Kieratli concluded his openins: remarks by proposing tl»e toast of '? The Queeu,' which was duly' honored. The Chairman proposed the health ...

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 — 13 October 1899

Xatzst Meiliaence (BY WIRIS.) SYiiNEY*,JHKirsday. A mm named McBeidj ; Wt »he tram ci 1 the wrong ado n«:u- i'«rt Sk'eet last night, sail Ml hader tho wheel*- vMeb patted omr liislegs. Both limbs had to be smpututed, At ihe Wool &le's the rate* lhowed aa advance of 25 par cent compare J to thoM ruling «t February sales.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rheumatism Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

ElienmatiBm Oured- . My wife has used Chamberlain'* Pain Balm for rbqumatiism with |-reat relief, and I can rocoturaend it as a eplt-ndid iiwtmout for rueuraati6m and other lioasuliold use for which we havo found it viiluable. — W. J. Cuixek Rod Creek, N.Y. Mr. Gnylor id cue of tlie leading merebants of this village, aud one uf the nu«t promineut men i« Uiw winity. W. Q. Ph ppur,, Editor R-4 Ortok ffaraU. For sale by G. W, BjuJjtv and Co. ' ''..' .'???.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Interesting Item. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

An Interesting Item. Mrs. S. Alien, writing from Captain s Flat, snys: — 'I have been using RoBe'a Celebrated Eye Lotion,*and find it doing more good than t-uy other. I contracted i-iludy Blight some time ago, ana feel great relief front the uee of tjiia won(|fer/ul preparation.' Sold by 'all Cbeaijuls 'cud Storekeepers throughout the 'colony. A Grand Ball. *v c wuutu ruuiiuu vur rentiers vi [no ball, which is to be hold iu the Assembly Hall, Narrominc, on Wed nesday night next. Tbe event IB to mark this close of tbe Quadrille Assembly's season, and will, doubtless, bu quit* up to anything of the kiud iu the past. There is one thing we would like to rira* tipcuittl attention to tiud that is the music, which we niny safely promise will be superior toany-' thing lovers of ibe ' lijrht fiiutaatic ' lmve been used to in Narrouiiue hitherto, and will consist of piano, violin find cornet. Proposed New Mail- ~ The Deputy Postmaster-General writes to Mr. S. Phillips M.P.; in lefereiico to a...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTION OF CENSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

MOTION OFCJJNSDKEi In the Queensland Assembly yesterday,!^ Premier inored a lnotien in favor of ecujn.^ troops to Uouth Africa, ujwa which Al Dawsua, tbe louder of thu Labor l'urlv. moved an amendment to lUe t'ffcct tlml Did offer should not hare been made without IL« sanction ot Parliament. Mr, DickiH-iiaccupiC'(.t thivas a motion of cetwurc. ilounc adjou»n-o'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boer War Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

Boer War Notes. (Written for the ' Narromine News.') It is no use now raking np tbe past. It in *»Ry to l»e wise »fter the cvtfiit ; but we cannot refrain from recalling one, of a number of warniugit, which ' London Punch;' in' its illimitable fwhioa, gave Britwb stutesmen, 15 years ago regarding ttre Boers of tbe 'IVansvna'. I Imppsned upon it only by ebsuce again yestarday. la ' Punch ' of. October 11, 1884^ a futl D»tre cartoon r. nresentw a Hoer. irm«l tc tbe teeA, in geimiae Trausvaal ' fashion, who had jnst pushed open tbe door of the British Pren*ior'« (Glad stone's) library, and standing ou the threshold confronts tbe statesman, who, in his dressing gown, witb the .morniDg pajw iu hi« baud, f*c«-a the iifcfHwJent looking intruder/ The letterpress below, which reads as ful kn*e, is sircastically headed ??? '' ^ 4;K-jiilBLB TffKBAT. Mr. W. EV-^'—^i 'Look hero, my cliritstiuu friend, y'ou've Mw-f»U!iied to horsewhip oar ford« ; ycra've ito* lated our traityj you've Marched into...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COMING WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

TUB COaiN» Vt&K. Tins] titongamcntt, h»Tffl been mtffo Kith tlie agent! of a large steamer to co:ir«J A^ local contingent, Tlic Biehop of Qniftoh and AnnidWo h«s- requested to be allowed to accompany ;hn Mew South Wales troops to the Transvaal as) Chaplaiu. ' The forces in Stfal aw 16,000 British Regulars aud 2000 Natal voluntoore. ho anxiety is now felt in tbe Colony. Tbo Bo?rt are pitrulling Next Mujuba after nightfall each evening ; 45,000 refugees from TraueT&al are in' Natal aud Gtpe Colony, Many are in great distress. It transpires that there in « feeling of discontent among the Bocrt at Uf delay in bringing the mutter to a definite isi'uc. and has elite effect of forcing Krugcr j hand. Dr. RaU; the Boer Secretary of iSv.it-- telegraphed to Sir Alfred Milner on Uonduy. stating ttrat tiie condition of affairs is intoler able, snd to end it he made four requests, viz, assurance that a 1 differences would be sear to arbitration ; withdrawal of all British troops f...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

Sydney Mems. (From our own Correspondent.) The weather nn Et'ght-honr Day was beautifully fine and not too hot, and therefor.- the different societies made a 6ne show. The procession was a very long one, and went thrfragh most of the principal streets before reaching . the Agricultural Ground, where the day was spent in all kinds of sport. There was a 6plendid dis play of banners and a few novel advertisement schemes were to be seen Messrs. Beaie's lorry, finely decorated with greenery and flowers, and con taining a very handsome 'piano and several sewing machines, was a good / deal admired, as also was the Book- /_ binder's trophy of a very large book, / entitled, ?' Kruger's three hours' ' Pi-ayer,1' with anotbpr one bearing tlie title of 'Old age Pension!),', by a ' Broken Reid.' Sandeman's wines were represented by four lorries with a very large cask on each, but un douhtoHly the most admired was Tooln-v's turnout, which consisted of eight maguificeut grey horses, gaily dt eked ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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