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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
Brief Mention The footpaths in Dandiiloo-streot are to be gravelled. ♦ * The ' Kelly Gang '? at the AsMinblj Hal Narromine, thia ercmug, Here's a tip for t le Me bourns Cup —War God, Cocos and Wait-a-Bit. Tenders for tlie leasing of Linnsne's fctrm clofe on the 10th instant. See odrt. ia an other column. *** ' Dr. Jamicsoh'e Maxim (ant, used ia the famous raid of 1895-6 were re-captured by tLe Britiob at El ,ndEl;ugt« %*/ Tbe Municipal Council invites tendew ia the id?uc fortlifl supply -f 2JD yaris ofeartb and gravel. For partiis^are eeeadrt. Tliomae O'Flaberty.t member of the Wett Auetraliuu Co tinge U»r the Tranerail, was found in lamp on rfujdav with Ike throat cut. It ib bu]vJ eil to be / case of attempted sui cide. His i.-ijurici to uot auticipated to be fatal ;' j - /?Tr* Several cases o/ nriflikennoss were dealt with at the local'Polife Court, before Mr. WoerlB, J.P., du/ig the week. A number oj ' language ' ca/e were aleo disposed of, the offenders bpii/ mali-tcd iu euiug r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
Wanted |l-|a PATS T)F FOWLS. Apply DRAPER BROS., 1 -.. Narromine. Municipal District of Narromine. wmi ubho are nereny called For the i» supply oF 200 Ywrds of Earth and Gravel for footpaths, and spread ing same as may be ri-quired, in two ooutracts, 100 yards encti in North and South Wni-ds ; tenderers to give separate rmounts for each contract. Specifications to be s?en at the Covscu Chambers any day except SATURDAY, from 10 till 3. Tenders aio to be in Ihe hands of the Mayor by C p.m. on SATURDAY. . NOVEMBER 11, ]899 JAMES NELSON, Mayor. THERE IS : AN I ATTRACTION ABOUT PALING'S PIANOS and ORGANS THAT IS IRRESISTIBLE. It may be PURITY OP TONE, ARTISTIC APPEARANCE, OR HIGH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE.. . YOU CAN FIND THB3E ESSENTIAL QUALITIES IN ALL i-AT.ntfn.'ss %- PIANOS AND f ORGANS, i AT LOWJ3ST PRICES. %' ? P p, si-: 8XEIKWAT I PE0E1CH I (ESABD - BEINSMEAD N DEBEL KTjVlCTOB W - o o! m LIPP 8 EOKB Si BELLING i ' . ! g|i TVE STOCK HP : ' ? ALL KINDS OP fe-r ' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS K5&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
S' :;-k£yiHG Severed nRiaVWnnPotioti witli GIFFITHS' BO'-, W *' ^' ; ;W- *nnouiic^-to ' (hw; t?nhlic liial^ !v -lin- L.nv'^Guui.iicii.:^! ? fc -?i :i '.'[.?-: '? /- '?'. '? l * lluaujusfl on liis -Own; Eiu. ;' ^ - ' ?- r Mi\ rock prices for Teas of Sterling Quality )'. :: % ?-.^'??^ --I, will: be Kis Aim. ? v ^ ; ;H:^- ;:'; -: ^Brisbane-street, Diibbo. I :'^j::J .k Trial Solicited, ' ? i Has much pleaasar-e in iiif.wm™tf tia Friends ansT&e 'XJeottral PabHc, that U ?'?'__, ?-!-.. '-'?:? ~~; lio Las jost Opened a I^rga Stock of . - ! iPIHIll AND SUMMER* GOOJS. ?: tf,jon-W|inta reaijj ; Gf-rH Si-rv!-*™bia Washing Di-p-b or RUr.ni-, you shpulj S; .# _ goIto!J^K,ari-i*ee-'V»r'--ii(3Hrfuiiy Ciienpiiiiic of Print-, a i ??! Cambrics^ t VS; i ;-'^^Pj-iut8.4iJ^jsr yard, -the best ^aluo in Narwiuiue. I'- ^IJfis JJobSs $& J?ew ard TJg-to-dat3- ? . ' |; ^fc^l^^Jl^e^t.IigwJ'ricsi. ^; '? -. v .- ? ; ; -r-- -' I ^^?l^CTSi^^a^^es8#ia-Jiitjce^:.--- --?- J 7 ??-?? ? ?-?:? ? ?' -;:?-?' ...
BE NEW TRIANGIE ROAD. To the Editor of the Narromine News [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
RE NEW TRANGIE ROAD. To thte Editor of the Narromine News Sir. — Tn my opinion it would be expedient for some person or persons — who mav be be ter informed ousneb matters, and pi rhaps more concerned —to see what can be done to that por tion of the new Trangie Road, extend ing from the township «f Narromine to what is term-d McNamara's gateB. When first t'avelling over this road, aad even at the present time, it was a matter for conjecture why that por tion of the aforesaid road should ha«t been left undone against the great amount that ha* been completed more remote from the township. What, indeed, could have been the motive of' the person who undertook ihe cleat ing of the other poition in leaving this undone ? As the condition of tlie road is at present it is hig'nly dangerous for night travelinir, a-id even for driving during th* day-time when handling spiri ed horses. In fact, during the past twelve months th^s portion nt tlie road 1)hb a record of no less than four vehicle di...
Cricket NARROMINE v. PONTO. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
? Cricket NA.EEOMIXB v. PONTO. A ma'ch was played. at Narromine, on Saturday last, between t-tms re pr senting the above clubs. The visitors went first to the wickets, and succeeded in compiling 160 inns b^ fore they wcie dispo-ed of. To this numb r Mr H. Smith (an old Mudgee cnck''ter) contiib'tel 67. Narromine were all disposed of in th.' fir-t innings for 83 runs, and, following on, had put tog'tber 119 fnr the L ss of nine wiekct-; when stumps were drawn. Pfvnto thus won on the first innings with 77 runs to spare. Following are the scores : Pokto — l«t. Inuings. C. Douglas, b Williams ? 34 H. Smith, c WheeW, b Dnnn ... 67 W. Dong' as, ° Heaps, b Williams 17 !V Howard, b Andrews ,... ... 1 N. Smith, b Andrews ? 0 R. O'Brien, b Dunn ? 12 B, H. Jackson, b Williams ... 13 FT. L. Smith, c Bell, b Andrews ... 4 W. O'Brien, n-t out ? 0 W. Stewart, b Williams ? 0 Sundries ... ... ... 3 Total ? 160 Narbomine— 1st Iunicgs F. Bollock, c Howard, b Smith ... 11 \f. Dunn, b Smith ? 12 B. Andr...
THE WAR. SYDNEY, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
[?] SYDNEY, Tuesday A combined army of 18,000 Boers is closing around Lidy^mith in a semi-circle, entrenching their campr. The Boers shelled the township with forty-pounders, but the British force, under Geneial White, quickly returned the fire and silenced the enemy s guns. TheTBoers have cut off the water works, but the town is abundantly supplied with wells. The Boers are advancing on the Brit sh left flank, and a great battle is imminent. No'--rrsident'*colonists are ordered to leave Ladysmith. Wednesday. 'A severe engagement took place on Monday on the Klands Laagte road. The British lost between 80 and 100 killed and wonnded. The enemy's loss was much heavier. An artillery due! lasted two hours. The enemy steadily uttacked Grim wood'6 infautiy. Meanwhile cavalry did good service. TJie Fifth Laucers vaiuJy endeavoured to draw the enemy into the open. Co'on'l Hamilton reinforced Grim wood at 9 p.m. The enemy brought up fresh guns, and 'Grimwood retired from the position held for...
Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
latest Jutdliqeitee (BY WIRE.) SYDNEY, Thursday. Twenty shearers of Mat trie Stition nearWilcanniV, were poisoned through accidentally drinking tea made in a bucket which had been used lor mixing sn aisenic compositiou for dreeing sheep skins. The men are progressing satisfactorily. In the Abb' mbly, the Early Closing Bill occupied the sitting. Ilr. iiyne, in moving its second reading, ex prcssid a hope that the measure would be passed into law as speedily as possi ble, ns legislation of the -kind proposed j had been urged by the great bulk of the people for the past ten years. The second reading was allowed to' go onthe voic'-fl, and the^Bill was com mitted PRH FORMA. At. Leongaths) (Vic.) yesterday, a cottage tenanted by a man named Spsrkes, was burnt down. Two child ren perished in the flames and a third child was seriously injnred. At the LondoD Wool Sales soon red »old up to £1 0s GJd for pieces, beat-, ing '11 prcvions records for tbiB class by2R LATEST BETTING. Derby— 3'to 1 ...
N.S.W. Government Railways, Bathurst, October 24, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
N.S.W. Government Railways, Bathuret, October 24, 1R99. Dear Sir, — With reference to your letter of tha 8th itmtant, addsessed to the Railway Ooni'iiissioncrs, and their reply thereto, will jou please »t»ta if the Council in und to avail 'thorn- Si'lvts of the permission to carry tha drain across tha railway lino. Yours trulv, B. T. 'Watson, Divisional E'lffiiieer. Aid. Gunning propose] and Aid. Walker sec.mied, that the correspon dence be received and dialt with. Carried. Aid Wa'ker asked if a reply had been received from Mr. Phillips, M.P., in answer to a communication from that Conncil, asking him to interview the Minister for Works and ascertain whether ho proposed fulfilling th« promise made by his predecessor in ofhee re Danda loo-street. The Council Clerk said that no re ply had been received. Aid. Walker said that sows of iho reserves mentioued were absolute nnisuncs at present, and instanced the camping ground near tho Public School, which, he said, wa^ ohjent.inn b hie fo...
Department of Lands, Sydney, October 24, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
Department of Lands, Sydney, October 24, 1899. Sir. — I have the honor to inform yon that the letter of the 18th instant, presented by yon from the Council Clerk, Karromine, on the subject men tioned henmnder, has been referred to the District Surveyor, Dabbo, for report. I have also to request that you will be so good os to state for what purpose the roservss are required. I have, etc., Wm. Houston, Undjr Secrutary. S. Pdillips, Esq., M.P. Subject :— Asking (hat Reserves 1891, 1895, 1900 and 1901, Narromine, KT vested in the Borough Council of Nar rom.ue as trustees.
Melbourne Cup. Final Acceptances. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
Melbourne Cup Final Acceptances. Coeos.... ? !., 9 6 Cremona ? 1 1 Gauluo ? 3 2 D Hnmnierband 7 7 Lee Mrl.ford ... 8 12 Leeming'i Boots 7 7. Wait-a-Bit ? 8 12 Scorn ? 7 6 Clarion ? 8 17 Treaia-den ? 7 6 1 Le Var ? 8 li Ualhstite ? 7 5 Fleet Admiral... 8 5 la Cnrabiue ...7 I Fairy Prince .^8 1 Burmbnri ? 7 0 ! Coiitr.iit ? 8 0 Luncatster ? 6 13 Voyou ? 1 0 Merriwco ? 6 11 i Gaulcon ? 7 13 Goodwill ? 6 10 Floddco ? 7 12 Sentinel ? 6 10 Blue lletal ? V 11 Gu-iga in ? 6 10 ? Morn ? 7 10 Merry Piigrim 6 9 Win-God ? 7 10 Dewey ? 6 8: April Fool ? 7 8 Jnrkeon ? 6 7 ?Bevivcr ? 7 8 Cranberry ? 6 7
Police Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1893. BENNELL Y. LYNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 November 1899
Police Court. FRIDAY, -OCTOBER 27, 1899. BBttNBLt, V. LYNCH. John Lynch wns charged with hav ing on -the I3th October, at Narrotrine, without thi) consuut, of tho owner, un lawfully use one horse the property of William Roimell. Mf. Bamb.r appeared for the de fendant. William Uennell, depose . ; 1 am a shcatvr and reside at Narromine ; 1 think Mr Lynch took the horse think ing he wuk welcum'. t,o it, el=e he-would not- have takou it; 1 have, known him for a number of years ; Mr Lynch took the horse away early in ih« morning and I found it tied t.n a fence after be came baok ; I made no rrfereuee to his having the horse at the. time, but on acconnt of my plans for the day being frustrated through my not being able to take a journey, I ask-d Mr Lynch to giVe niB work harvesting; he said he would ; be afterwards told me, not to go to Ins place, s.s I bad talked about ' rousinu ' On him nbunt the hor»e'7 it waa t.hrongh this that I took out't.he summons. To Mr. Bambor ; I have known Mr....
Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899
personal & Political. .It has already dawned on even casual observers that enthusiasm for / war in times of peace on the part of a volunteer doeB not necessarily imply a craving for active service when there is a chance of going to the front. Many a volunteer iB mad for mimic war, and emphatically opposed to the real game. The motto of such heroes should be 'glory wiruom danger, bravery without bullets.' The metropolitan doilies hare eimply abandoned their apace to war uews, nnd the way they hack columns from the South Atncau piess is simply as tonishing. Evidently they thiuk tlie public Jjas an inexhaustible appetite for battle items. Several illustrated journals are reproducing the Transvaal war sketches, which appeared in the London press many years ago when the Boers successfully stormed Alajuba A great question asked throughont Australasia to-day is will our troops Bee any active service in the South African fields ? The chances are they ?will see little or no fighting....
Mr. Reid's Patriotic Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899
M-i. Eeid'5 Patriotic Speech At the Patriotic Fund Meeting in Sydney last Thursday night Mr. B-;id made tbe following stirring speech : — . Mr, G. H. Reid, M.L.A., who rose amid prolonged cheering, said be had Jistenca with tlie greatest possible pleasure to tho speech of the Premier, aud it was fully worthy of that geu lie- man's high position (applause). The Mnyor had expressed a -?onbfc as to whether he could Btrvo usefully in South Africa on the present occasion, but it must be remembered that lie had already at fhe front in the 6th Iauis killing Dragoons a gallant son ready to represent him (applause). If in tho progress of military ' inventiou anything in the way of amonabld ar moured fort-would le of service, he ; (Mr. Reid) was ready to offor himself ' (laughter and npulause). Ho looked upoti thai asseiuulagt' lis out cf the most memorable in the historyof the country, Wbftt was the great feeling that dominated so enthusiastically that vast assemblage ? It .wa, the feeling o...