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Police Court. SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1899. (Before W. Kierath. [?] J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

Police Court. SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1899. (Before W. Kicrath. Eeq., J.P.) .La ward rail's was charged witu having fctolen a saddle and bridle, the sroporty of James Keay. James Horstman, deposed : I am a cousiabie of police statioi.ed af Narro mine ; f.om somrtbiug I lif-ard yes terday I went to Cornucopia (Mr. Smith's residence) about mwu miles from Narromine ; abuut hnlf-a-mi e from Mr Smith's resideuce 1 came to a enmp; I said to accused, 'Do you know a mau by the name of henaid, ' Yvs, I ihiuk so;' I paid, ' Is he working hrre;' he said, 'Yes, I tliink he's over at the plant' pointing towards the chaffeutter; I said, ' Are you working here too ; ' he re p''V-3. ' Yes ; ' I said, ' What is your name5*?' be replied, ' Fairs ; ' I aSKea lim» wnere ne ca-uju uuuiauu uv said from Orange ; Ijisked him when he left Orange, and be said he did not know ; I said, ' were there any other men came with you from Orange;' he said, ' Yes, two of my brothers, they are working over there too; ' I Fai...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Sporting. MUDGEE RACES. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

Sporting. MUDGEE RACES. Wednesdav. Opening Handicap. — Thrift, 1 ; Ingomar, 2 ; lieirallie, 3. Jimlgeo Handicap.— Claymore, 1; Sleep, 2 ; Spider, 3.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

Brief Mention Tho Print!* of WtiloB was 58 yearn of .ago retterdav. *#* Tlie placed boree§ in the V.B.C. Derby, ran laet Saturday, were : Merriwee 1, Dowey 2, Parthian 3. . ».. Narromine has beoa favoured with a few nice showers of rain since our laBt issue, but more* is wanted. ?** A couple of Nnrrouiine bones — Merallie and Spider — have gene to Mudgee to take part in the races there on 'WedneBd'ay and Thursday. *#* ArnoM Deiibam'l ' Kelly G-ing' lirM up a forge audience nt the Assembly Hull on Friday evening, 3rd instant. Tho eonipnny intends re-visiting Narromine in about three wcekB lime. *** . The Queen was greatly interested with lord Kitchener when lie was in England, and nsted him, in tlie course of n private in. terview, if what she hart heard of him wa» true — that be did not cave for any woman, lie replied that ic w»s true, with one excep tion. The Qupcu asked for the name of the exception, and wns much amused when the Sirdar replied, ' Your Majesty.' ??* The loas of whe...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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LABOR FARM NEAR WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

IiaBOE PABM NEAB WELLINGTON. Accoraing to our Wellington con temporaries i.Jis contemplated by the Government to establish a labor farm for the unemployed near that town. Ereryone is, of course, deeply anxious to see the unemployed man get on his leei, out it is open w grave aouoc ?whether a labor farm run by the State ?will help him to do so. The writer was recently talking to two large em ployers of labour, both of whom are fair boBses and good pays, and they both said that it was increasingly difficult to get good steady men who would take an interest in their work. Of course, something must be done to relieve the immediate necessities of those out of work, but the reformatory influe ce of semi-official semiphilan thropic labour farms is very prob lematical. d;teeoisteeed dogs. A gentleman in this district writes us calling attention to. the number of unregistered dogs in many parts of the district. He poiuts out these mongrels are hardly ever fed, and ' sheep being more easily c...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Narromine Jockey Club [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

Narromine Jockey Club The annual general meeting of the Narromine Jockey Club was held at Cowell's Railway Hotel on 3«sl Wed nesday evening, the President (Mr. E. Cahill) being in the chair. The Chairman said that the business of the meeting was to id opt the bal ance sheet aud elect a fresh secre tary. Mr Duun, tho acting secretary, then read the balance sheet, «nd Mr. Cahill moved its adoption. He said he thought ihe Club had a pros perous time before it, and trusted tlat mi'rubeis, on secoDut of tlie suc cess which had attended th ir efforts so far, would not lose auy of their zeal, but would continue to do all they could to advance the clnb. They had not innch to do now to put the course in order, but they wanted a saddling paddock. It would be a great source of revenue, and without it the club could not properly conduct its busi ness. Another thing thuy would have to do waslo shift (he straight to the other side--of the course. The motion was seconded by Mr Bell. Mr. G. Smith p...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

latest Mtdligenee ' ' ^ ? ? (BY WIRE.) SYDNEY. Thursday. The Early Closing Bill was con sidered in the Legislative Assembly Ia6t night. Notice was given of an amendmeut to make the Bill applic able to all Municipalities in the colony. At}the local wool sales yesterday, all previous records for scoured were broken. One parcel from Quecnslaud brought 29|d., whilst a parcel of greasy from Oakey Creek, Coolah, sold at 18£d. The wiuter lambing shows a per centage of 48| lambs, an increase of 4s on last year's percentage. 'The winners of Tattersall's fifiO.OOO sweep were as follows : First prize, valued at £13,500, H. Clausson, Cairns, Queensland ; second, £4.500, L. Hunter, Nyngan ; third, £2250, Kidd and Company, Sydney. ? *— ?

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

W.hooping Cough. I had a little boy who Jwas nearly dead from an attack of whooping cough. My neighbours lccommeuded Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I did not think that nuy medicine would help linn, but after giving him a few doses of that remedy I noticed an im provement, and one bottle cured hin? entirely. It is the best cough medi cine I ever had «in the honse. — J. L. Moobe, South Burgettstown, Pa. For sale by Gr. W\ Barlow, and Co. . D. Simon, Blacksmith and Wliool wn^rht, Daudaloo-street, Narromioe. All kinds of work — light aud heavy. A '.-is! poliuited. ?'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE WAR. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

I ^1L II jSIi|« MONDAY. A terrible fight is raging at Lady smil'h. The Boers atiacked the British with great rigor. The British artillery replied fiercely with quick firing guns, doing splendid work and preventiug the Boers from coming to close quarters, practicallyB saving the town. Lyddite shells -wrought great havoc amongst the enemy's^ranks to such an extent that General Joubert protested against the' methods of the Britih ar tillery as inhuman. ?' Kiinberley was safe on the 29th ultimo, and Mafeking was also holding out well. The British troops are collecting on the Cape railway line for the'purpose of relieving Kimborley. The official return of the losses of Monday's buttle is as follows: Six officers and 54 men killed, 9 officers and 231 men wounded. TUESDAY. Three ^thousand Boers seized a position midway between Lady-smith and Colonso, and shelled the tow. The Boers occupy all the points of vantage aronnd Ladysmith, and are mounting fresn guns m position. The safety of 'the ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

WESLEYAN. Narromine, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m/ WooiilanJs, 3 p.m. J. Lund.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

Notice. tOR SALE at Compton. TWO MUNRO STRIPPERS, nc.u-ly new. Also VICTOR CLliAXEU. Cheap. W. B. PERRY. Commercial Ba^Viing Company OF SYDNEY, LIMITKD. W-1 Paid Up .„ ... £1,000,000 K.-sltvc Fund ? 1,010,000 KfBOrrc Liability ... ... 1,000,000 Total ? £3,010,00 A'l Usual Banking Busiues Transacted- M. DUNN, Manager of Narroniine Branch. I TO STAND Stallion LITTLE flAOC Little Jack is a cream-coloured Pony with black points, and stands aboat 13 Hands high ; ho ia a perfect Hackney. PillilGRKK: By Mister Aztec, dam Fairy by Don (imp). Master Aztec by Aztec (imp) from Nellie by Little Doualil A good secure paddock, every care taken, but no responsibility incurred TERMS : £1 103. A redactiott will betna^e for two or more mares the property of the same owner. Burns a^d Stevenson THERE IS AN ATTRACTION ABOUT PALING'S PIANOS aud — ORGANS THAT IS IRRESISTIBLE It may be PURITY OF TONE, ARTISTIC APPEARANCE, OR HIGH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE. YOU CAN ? FIND THESE ESSENTIAL QUALITIES IN ALL PALIN...

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The Melbourne Cup. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

The Melbourne Cup. Melbourne, Tuesday. Merriwee ... ... ... 1 Voyou ? '.. 2 D.-w--y ? 3 The horses were sent away to a good start, Wait-a-Bit being thu first to break the line, whilu the colours of Cremona, Voyou, Reviver and GauK-ou were conspicuous in the leading division. As the field entered the course proper, Kevirer shot to the front, with Gauleon, Jackson, Waita Bit, Cremona and Merriwee as his closest attendants. Jackson took up the running at the distance, while Ke viver, Wait-a-Bit, Gauleon, Voyou, Gungadin and La Carabine, held for ward |places. Jackson led past the stand, with Reviver, April Fool, Wait a-Bit, Gremoua, La Carabine, Lancas ter and Blue Mttal running as named, while Dewey and Goodwill acted as whippers-iu, Jackson continued to make play out of the turn with a three lengths lead of Reviver, who was two lengths in front of Apiil Fool, the nearest following of wllfcm wete Gun gadin and Wait-a-Bit. Blue Metal Fell along the river side aud brought another horse ...

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Religious. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRANGIE, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

Religious. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Traxgie^Suxday, November 12. 11 a.m, Matins aud Holy Commnniou 3 p.m., Service for Children. 7.30 p.m., ! versong. Tiie nrxt services will be oh Sunday, November 20. F. J. HARRIS Mission Chaplain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

FARRENDAIE STEAM, SAW AND PLANING MILLS. All Kinds ef Timber Supplied *at the Shortest Notice %eainet( and t»e, iPreprietenf Sandhurst Cup, November 23 100,000 Subscribers at 5, Newcastle Cup, 2nd- December. - 50,000 Subscribers at 5. Summer Cup, 26th December 50,000 Subscribers at 5. Carrington StaTios, 30tb December. 50,000 Subscribers at 5. For Full Particulars Read our Printed Circulars. Address— TATTERS AI'LG/o, Geo. Adams, Hobart, Tasmania Suffered for Years. CONQUERED BY (See Sydtuy ' Wirlar,' Ju'y Ulh, 18VB.) (ev srwiAi. invi;htumt!un.) N«''(i of tlie recovery of Mr. .}olu- ]IInn cliurn from a suverc ii:'li.-pni-:l:oii having roacliL'J our repi-vl'T, lie i«mis it h\% L::tii.iiF8 to obiuiu n ii'.-i'fcuiml inLurview. Uni1 ivpoi-lcr saw liim ia lib residence, 'No. !tt- Dnrling !iuist-sl.icet, Sy-JiH5y. Mr. Blnncimi'il is an Imperial jionssmKT, bavinjj seimil no less limn 25 jws with grrat merit in \)ns Imperial Kavy, and iu a.Ulaiuii liiisb-.yn in (Jovcrninent sorvieu iu tliia ...

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V.R.C. Races. SYDNEY, Saturday' [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

V.R.C Paces. SYDNEY, Saturday Maiden- Plate — Kenley 1, Nitre 2, Skein Dhu 3. Maribyrnong Plate — Finland 1, WijHmar 2, Polyxena 3. Hotham Handicap — Miss Carbine 1, Maecenas 2, Flintlock 3, The Dnrby — Merriwee 1, Dewey 2, Parthian 3. Melbourne Stakes — Mora 1, Waita Bit 2, Gau'on 3. Cobnrg Stakes — Security 1, Royal Purple 2, Caledonia 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

* Subltehed EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. Has a Large and Dailt Increasing , - ' — ClBCDDATlON. —

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

To Let. *,'$ OUR (4) BOOMED COTTAGE. '&i' Six Shillings per Week. Apply, E. CAHILL & Co. Lost *-f-- ETWEEN Mostos's Hotel, and few Booan Riveh, a S1LVMI i .WE BEST. The fiuder will be i- a.'ied on returning same to G. W. BARLOW & Co. Narromine. Wealth and Progress of New South Wales, Illustrated Lecture, Magnificent Piotures KEV. J.rwOOLNOUGH, Lictureb. Tuesday, November 14, - IN THE - WESLKYAN CffPBCff, NAEKOMINE, Commencing at 8 p.m. Admission by Silver Coin. In the Sup -erne Court of New South Wales Probate Jurisdiction. - In the Estate of John BobiuBOD, late of Nar romine, in the colon; of New South WoleB, Innkeeper, deceased. '^TOIICE is hereby given that the Accounts ^ J-^ in the above Estate have this d;iy been filed in my office, Chancery Square, King Street, Sydney, and all persons having any chum on the said Estate, or being otherwise interested therein are hereby required to come in before me at my said Office, on or before the 23rd Day of Novembee...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 November 1899

TboroaS Bell HAVING Severed His connection with GIFFITHS' BOS., begt to announce to the Public that be has now Commenced Business on His Own, Etc. Bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality will be His Aim. Brisbane-street, Dubbo. A Trial Solicited. tH II * fl * HA H$B mnch pleaasure in informing liia Friends and the General Public, tbat ' . Lo has just Opened a Large Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. If yon Want a really Good Serviceable Washing Dress or Blouse, you should ' go to L.N, and see a Wonderfully Cbeap Liue of Prints and Cambrics — PriatB 4|d per yard, the best valae in Narromine. The Goods are New ard Up-to-date. They are Marked at Low Prices They are Quite Fresh' and Choice. They are (rood Enough to Sell Themselves. — ALSO,— Clothing, Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, AND A LARGE STOCK OF STRAW HATS Men 's Straw Hats from Is; Boys' from Gd 500 Pairs Men's Canvas Shoes, with extra strap across, 2s Cd (sewn) Men's Nailed Bluchers, 3s lid. (Kip leather) Men's Sorge Tronsers...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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SOME BOER WORDS. AND THEIR MEAN. NGS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

SOME .BOER WORDS. AJlDTHEra MEAN.NQS. Some Boor words constantly recur ring in tbe cable messages may need explanation. ' ? There is : the word 'sprnit,1' for {notaries, as in Madder Spruit in reoent ' messages. A 'spruit' is a ?mall dteJc. . ' Daagte, as m Elands Laagte, meaus ' flat, broken conntry; intltis caso fist. broken oonntry, in whioh ' eknd,' antploptfe, oied to be found in plenty. ' Drirfy' as in Rorke's Drift, is a croeeingorford. A^^'&pje/flf oorirse, is a rocky hill. A. * laager ' is a stookade formed of w»«ari-ca or atones. When it is said that a place is defended \}y '.dongas' reference is made to. .broken ground which riaa been washed away by floods leaving a sort pf dry crack bod handy for cover.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Silence. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

. ,..,'SSBMkMSMiHl«iNSMi Silence. '8ilence is the maid's oonsent To query of true love, . Silenoe full ot sweet .content, . And trutt in.him abort. ' ' 83enoe follows the brook's highway, Through meadorr, copse'and grove, - Bilenoe, but broken by the gay. Their angling skiUto prove. Bilenee would bo better far Than angry words or strife, . Silence' broken; oft will mar OurJiappiness for life. . Silence lack of knowledge seems, Wlieli worldly fri.-nils dejjuite I . . Silenoe better far we deem Than half their foolish prate, Silence oft is nature's course Of performing wonders great ; Silenoe of mysterious force Promotes our world in state. Silence round the dead is brief. When sorrow fills the heart ; Silen e shonrs Beverer grief^ When loved ones from us part. Silence of the night brings joy To those who vrish to find : Bilenoe, while they thus employ. The weapons wrought for crime. Silence of crime is often bought By rich from servile poor, Silence, which they are often sught, Their...

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