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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

W A R PROCLAIMED _ — « ? SYDNEY, Thursday. Admiral PuArson received a cable announcing that war with the Trans vaal has been due ared. ? ?*?- ? — - — ^ — Lust week the Modgee Dairy Co. paid suppliers for milk delivered to the tactory during the month of July. Tbe amount distributed exoocded £1000, being tbe largest pay for & lung tiwe.

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

dubsetiption: ' 111! ;VAH1K. 1- iUTAKCli PER QUARTER. BOOKTSP, ?? I

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

I ' Publteked I : EVERT FRIDAY MORNING. , HiS *. TilnnutTD DAILY INCREASING i | — CffiOCLiTIOK. — - I I - ? -. ?

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

Notice. H~ iHVESTTNO will commence at Colly burl on MONDAT NEXT. Tenders art- invited for the Stroking at per acre. H. STEVENSON, For Sale. SETTINGS o! EGK3S from PRIZE SILVi3U-SPANGLEI3 HAM J-tiRGrS. The fowls may be saen at itiu sliop of JAMES SAT, Fruiterer, Arcade, Narromiue. Notice. Q|SOR SALE at Comptmi. TWO -*? MtfNRO STRIPl'iiRS, 2^!irly a«w. Also VICTOR CLEA.SEK, Cheap. \F. B. PERRY. Notice. «PF the CHESTNUT MARE loft in »* my Paddock at ' Artliurlm,' m die 1st. FEBRUARY, 1809, by s luiin natneJ Smith, in not removoil and }..idforby OCTOBER 20. sbc will be i w d t j defray expenses. ] ARTHUR WEBB, ' Artlitttloa.' , Auction Sale. I.t!'shti Ebtitb of Ciiible* Bouchxebs ~l? CAHILL 4 Co, have rewired instruc -'? tions from the Cantor of inttctit* IC-tslr*, to cell by auction oa Wcdne*d-i» Xftt, 18th Infant, at the COURT HOUSE, J* wro nine, commeaoing at 4-3 - p.m. sharp, 1 Set Carpenter'* Tools. 1 Horse, 1 Saddle Government Advertisement Department of Landi, Sydney, October 9, ...

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

Tg gat I g HAVING Severed -^»- ;?»?*?- ..«ii GIPPITHS' BOS-, begt to announce t ?J&t be bas now Commenced^ „ on His Own, Etc. Bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality will be His Aim. l Brisbane-street, Dubbo A Trial Solicited. Has much pleaasare in informing bis Friendfl and the Geueral Public, tba be bas just Opened a Large Stock of ! SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. If you Want a really Good Serviceable Washing Drees or Blouse, yon should go to L K, and see a Wonderfully Cheap Line of Prints and Cambrics . — I'riuts 4|d per yard, the best value in Narromine. !\ *The G-oods are New and Up-to-date. L TB*y. are- Marked at Low Prices. m$Z%$? y^iH%toP&Swsh to SeinfhemBeh^i. ? „?- - — ALSO,— I Clothing, Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, I BND A LARGE STOCK OF STRAW. HATS I Men's Strove Hats frcru Is ; Boys' from M I 500 Pairs M-erfe Uanras S1.io''3, with extra strap across, 2s 6d (sewn) I Men's Nailed Bin-hers, &s lid. (Kip leather) I Men's Serge Troupers, 2s lid I Wome...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 October 1899

Brief Mention Summer weather is with us. So is the dust — plenty of it. * * * It seems strange that steps are not taken by the local authoritiues to prevent teamsters, drovers and others driving stock in mobs down our main street, raising clouds of dust and en- dangering the lives of children. The nuisance is insufferable and the language it is responsible for is alto- gether unprintable. * * * There is a proper route to the river for stock on the eastern side of the town. The crops down Timbriebougie way look splendid, but rain is needed. D. Simon, Blacksmith and Wheel- wright, Dandaloo-street, Narromine. All kinds of work — light and heavy. A trial solicited.     * * * A feature—a very pominent one,     too — in counection with the ball which takes place next Wednesday night will be the music. It is claimed that it will be equal, if not superior, to any dance music yet heard in Nar- romine, and, all things being equal, a &amp...

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 — 20 October 1899

Bar Bale. SETTINGS oMSGGS from PRIZE SILVEJUSPANGLEO HAM ?BURGS. The fowls may be saen at the shop of JAMBS BAY, Fruiterer, Arcade, Narromine. Notice. «S|IOR SALE at Compton. TWO -M MTJNBO STRIPPERS^ nearly now. Also VICTOR CLEANER. Cheap. W. B. PERRY. ?a TO STAND W fll^^^HV7 ' Collj-btirl,' ^TT^TT^^1*'^' — ' The Pony STALLIOK LITTLE &Att Little Jack is a cream-coloured Pony with black points, aud stands aboat 13 hands high ; ho is a perfect Hackney, Pedigree: By Master Aztec, dam Fairy by Don (imp). Master Aztec by Aztec (imp) from Nellie by Little Donald .A good secure paddock, every care t&keD, bat no responsibility incurred TERMS : £1 10s. A redaction will be made for two or more mares the property of the same owner. Barns and Stevenson M. ^veringham, flaMalrcp Hapromlne All orders will Receive Prompt Attention. Funerals Conducted in First-class style at reasonable price*. EUCALYPTI *V EXTRACT. M pt*bs at the ?7«ne» 6feow». 18B6-«* P,' TENTS TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHT...

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 — 20 October 1899

Corommial Banking fionipa^ OF SYUNBr, LIMITEi*. I Capital Paid Up ? JE1.000.00C I Reserve Fund ? J,010,00-] RueorFe Linbility ? 1,000,000 Total ? £3,010,00 AH Usual- 'Banking'' Buaines. Transacted. M. DUNN, Manager of Nflrromine Branch. Notice. fF the CHESTNUT MARE left in nuT Paddock at ' Arthurti-a,' on the 1st. FEBtllJARY, 1899, bj a man named Sm-th, is not removed and paid forbyOCTOBEH20. she will be sold tj dor.iy expenses. AKTHUB WEBB, ' Arthurlea.' The Testimony of EiJrs. WSARGARET HAWKES, Accoucheuse, Cuildford, near Sydney. (O1VKN TO om BKPOKTF.n.l Our reporter recently met witli f-frs. Murgarct Haivkcs, Rucoucheuac ami nurse, lieur tJniWford Station (N.S.W.), wlio ad niinist«ie to tlic nnnts of the district,. Mrs. Uawkes U w--Ukno\v|i suii grciitly lilicti tlie «liolc country rouud. She received out reporter most afikbly and said, ' I have RepcatcdSy Recommended tiiil prca.-ribed Clcmcnlg Tonic tor my jia iciits, mid it cerlniuly wn* of gtcat htnefit in every caeu itiiore ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dandaloo. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

Dandaloo. (From a Correspondent.} Just a line or two, Mr. Editor, to let you know how things in geueral are. As regards the season lam afraid we are going to have a bad time of it as the grass is Very light and beginning to wither off. Mr. Martel. of Dandaloo, hss started harvesting for hay already. The crop is a very good one. Mr J. Robinson, of MayBeld, eold 2,700 wethers (in the wool) to Mr. J. C, Ryrie. at 10a 6d. They were a really prime lot, The copper mines at the Albert Water Holes arr looking splendid. The ore now being raised is of high-class quality. If thoae mines go ahead there will-be a great Btic in *he Dandaloo district. All the sheds around here are cut out. The wool is of good quality bat light. ? Mr Attorney-Genera! Wise says the members of the Ministry wish to prove theuiBelves workers, not talkers. Well, come .o think of it, the Cabinet is not on the whole talkative. Mr. Wise ie,'of course, a fine Speaker; Mr. Crick a bright debater, and Mr. Lyne a forcible, if ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

Church, of Knrfand. On Monday, October 23, it is the in tention of the Bishop of Bathorst to i istitute the Rev. P. J. Harris to tbe Mission Chaplaincy of Narromine. For this purpose His Lordship will hold service at St. Mary's Chnrch at 11 a.m. Thi! Van. the Archdeacon of Dubbo, and the Rev. R. Barry Brown, Rural Dean, have BigninVii thmr in tention of being present. Tlie Chaplain hop's tbat all members of the chnrch will make a great effort tj be present at this service. Quadrille Assembly. A ball to wind up the season in con nection. with the Narroraine Quaddile Assembly was held in the Assemb'y Hall, on Wednesday evening last. Mr. F. Arnaudon acted as M.C., and excel lent music was provided by Mr. V, Guidice (piano), Mr. C. Bass (violin), and Mr Elli- ? (cornet). The supper provided by Mr. Bass, was really ex cellent, an 1 the pity is that there were not more present to partake of it. There were only about 15 couples present, but they seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves. Jack ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

Personal & Political. Mr ' Works ' 0'SulH.yau gives tbe Lyuo Administration seven years to livp. Tbis js.about tho must dijeour agif.g remark Mr Ki-id ever heard. even years in t: c cold shadeB of Op position is enough to petrify a poli ticisu. But perhaps Mr O'Sullivan will reduce the Opposition's sentcuco for ' good behaviour,' as t^ey say elsewhere. Harry Lp.vien, M.P. for Qairindi, was 50 years of age oa the 17rii iu6t., the daj the local and the Imperial Parliaments mat for the. dispatch of | business, and hu has been a member I of Parlinm-n» s'u ;o he was 81. M, j L- vicn has beeu an uncompromising , party man ever since he entered Par liament, and be hnj ever given his political opponents a merry time ; yet, tliero 18 uo member more popular or more highly esteemed on all sides of the House than ho, Harry is as fall of wit and humour ns a hive is full of wax and honey, and it is a very SuletU'i company, indeed, that Harry cannot quickly shake up to gnat hilarity, lie a...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

SELL— At Narromine, on ZSth. Ootobeb, Jihbs, th* beloved husband of Johanha ? Bell, of 'Wyenawah.' Girilambone. Aged 78 jean. SETUBN THINKS f MB8. BELL and FAMILY desire to re ? tum their sincere thanks to all friends ;' ? for their ejmp&tby in their receut sad ft bereavement.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

Religious. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. Sundai, October 23. 11 am, Matins and Litany, y p.m., Service for Children. 7.30 p.m.. livecsong. F. J. HARRIS Mission Chaplain.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

THERE IS ATTRACTION ABOUT PALING'S PIANOS and ORGANS THAT IS . IRRESISTIBLE. Kt may be PURITY OF TONE, ARTISTIC APPEARANCE, OR HIGH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE. YOU, FIND THESB ES8EHTIAL QUALITIES IN ALL PALING'S PIANOS AND ORGANS, AT LOWEST PRICES. - P P STBIKWAY 1 FEUB1CH [ SEABD ? ?????A A SKINSKEAD N DEBEL N VICTOR 0 0 3L,1PJP 6 EOEB S BELLING WE STOCK ALL KINDS OF , MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SEND FOB CATALOGUE—FREE. W. H. Paling & Co, LIMITED, SYDNEY. Rheumatism Cured : My wife has used Chamberlain's 1 Pain Balm for rheumatism with great relief, and I can reoonnaend it a* a '} «pWndid liniment for rheumatism and K ? ? other household use for which ire have I* Sfapnd it valuable.— W. 3. Covleb, if ;J3t«a Greek, N.T. ; I ' ''?; ??'??!ifcx. Ouyler in on« of the leading I ' worchants of this tillage, and one of *;-. '' 4&p moat prominent men in this fL-- - ?wcinity, W, GK Ph pmn,, Editor Red fe- j.,«rppk HeraU. For sale by G. W. fes.r ~'i ^p*ic\m -aud-Co. gv .P; - .. ... j. ??...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

Brief Mention Caulficid Cup Day to-morrow ! In Melbourne on Saturday 1,000 baga of wheat were told at Si 6J. In th« Coidoblir district wild dogs are bo coming a very gerioua nuiaance. Mr. O'Sullivan intends to push on wilb the CrooVwoIl railway proposal. *?? There aro rumours of fresh trouble in Samoa, the Malaafa p^rty being again eeditiojs AtMt. Lyel] reduction works the output ol 1000 tons a day is being well maintained. ? ' ?*. 1 Kecdman, the well-known ir.tercoioniti crickoter, marie 111 not out in a club match in A-ie]aii3o o\i S&tur.i&y *?? A deputation of clJeri y citizens waitei on tae Premier ou Friday with regird to oVi age pemiou. The jubil«o of the JCiv.na Presbyteri»n C.iuroli wae oelsbrdtod by a public mteting on T?riduy night. *?* The South Auctr&iian voluatcer* for the j TtsmtobI wen'v into camp on Mond»yeTen ing under sctivfl dervice cjuditiou». Rer. Mr. Harris prnachea »t St. Mam, Jferromine, for the firat time bet Sunday. ' I '?? ? ' The B...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

$atzst Intelligence (BY WIRE.) SYDNfaT, Tharsday. Tha steflitipr, Africa, irrived at Al bany with six well-developed cases of small-pox on board, besides two ens pec fed cases. A great sensation has been cansed at Kalgoorlie over the arrest of a pro minent cyclist, named Geoi'ge Bluu deifield, charged with atremotiug1 to ! murder a ma.ii nnm«d Campbell . j Ac^csjd is avr;ii.i'.i; iii« trial on a' charge of receiving Btolen cycles, end Campbell is one of the principal wit nesses aga^tiBt him. The Miuistor for liVorks gave nnticniu tho Aesembly of his in tontion to ask the Hooso to eanctiou the construction of the Dubbo to Coon atnb'e railway proposal. He also intends to ask Parliament to refer the following proposal to thn Works Com mittee, WuUingtou to Wcrris Creek. * ? .

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

Municipal Council. Tho nsual fortnightly meeting of the 'Coancil was held on Holiday even ing. Present ; The Mayor (Aid. .Tames Nelson) and AUermeu Bell, Waiker Gunniug, Su\ith and Kierath. The minutes of. the previous meeting were road aud confirmed. Wo.'iTs Committee's Report. Aid. Walker (chairman) reported that the eoiaoiitteo held a meeting on O-)t. 5, at v/hioh Aldermen Waiker, Ho!) nud Gtiuniug were present. The chairman ?submitted a plan of align ment, and after debate it. was pro posed by Aid, Gu-ming, and seconded by Aid, Bell, '' That p'an of aMjnmiial (if DiMitialo') anil Merilba Streets, to get'nei- witli all streets iutersectiu'? be tivei'u those fit reots, be reiiominended to tlie Gouin'il for their adaption at a tital estimated co6t of £-ri7 16s.' After Rebate it was docided to re comm-ud to the Council that the n-idth of all footpaths in all streetn, except ing Daudatoo street, should be fixed at 12ft. 6in. It was also decided to leavn it to the Counc.iLio fis the w...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE WAR. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

THE WflB. SrONBr, Thursday. The debate on Mr. Lyne's motion in regard to the d'Bpateh of the coutingeut to Sonth Africa, was resumed by Mr. Hughes, .who etrougiy opposed the proposal . Mr. Cppeiand enthusiastically sup ported the Government proposal and mured an amendment to the effect tliat tht) Howe sympathised with the deeiieof the mother country to secure the liberty of British subjects in the Transva?) Mr; Ashton denounced the sendiug of troops. Mr. Holmm, amid cries of shame, expressed a hopo th^t the Boers would win, because w;ir was aniniquitous'one. The -)ebate wa^ farther adjourned. It is believeil the Premier's proposals will be carrie'l by a substantial majority. The debate in the Queensland Par liament re Tra'isvnal contingent was concluded this morning. The Premier's proposals were car rie-3 on the voices, a'nidst cheers for the Queen and liberty. A cable was reci'iwd from Wel lington (N.Z ) th's m -rning stating that a private wire arrived there from Durban, Natal, to...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 October 1899

WBSLBTAN. Trangie, 11 a.m. Ballaug?Ua, 2.30 p.m. Narromine, 7.30 jt.m. J, Land,

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 — 20 October 1899

I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhsea Remedy in the Worcester Enterprise recently, which leads me to write this. I cau truthfully Bay I never nsed any remedy equal to it for oolic and diarrhoea. I have never had to uso more then ona or two doses to' oare the worst owe with myself or children, — W. A. SrBOtro, Popmoke City. Md. For sale by G. W. Barlow and Co. D. Simon, Blacksmith and Wheel bright, Dab latao-streaf , Narromioe. Ail kinds of work — light and heavy. f k trial .solicited.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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