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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

^ yio be Had at tb^ , ? - : ' ^ ?? y BLUE STORE M X ^ Girl'a Brown Flop Hate, 6d. ^ \ ^ To be had at- the H ^ fj BLUE STOEE * | yi ' Boss of the Road' Denim Trousers, 8b per pair . ^ J m To be had at the £ \ \fy BLUE STOBE ^ ^ P ? Men'8 Strong Working Shirts, Is 6J. *[ \ . fe ^ To b» had at the / - \1 BLUE STOBE i\ J«r Men's. Regatta Shirts, Is 9d ; usual price, 3» lid ^ * JF To be had at the J f X BLUE STORE ^J % k j * The Best Quality Boots at loweit priofl*. ^ - ^J To be had at the ' *j ^ W ? BLUE STORE *i jV i Extra Strong Boy's Boots, 2s lid per pair. ^ \Y. To be had at the , ? X blue store ;? ^ ^ Horrocks' Al Calioo. 2s lid dotes. £ h h kTo.be had.^at tiie . . . ; _ ' ' tf . '* ' . .. .^jblues'i:6re '? ^ ^1 ? '????'' Extra Large White Lawn Aprous, lOfcd ^ \ ^ ^ To be had at the ^ \% BLUE STORE j* a* i Black Lawn Tennis Shoes, 1b 9d ; usual price, 3* 9d . * \# To he bad at the -J8h ?^ BLUE STORE A - ' ? Tho Best Assortment of Drapery, Clothing and Boots f£j ^ U in Narromine. /g...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE WAR. SYDNEY, Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

THE Wl ? * ? SYDNEY, Thursday. It is reported from Paris that the Czar has refused Prince Napoleon, Colonel in the Imperial Russian Guard, leave to serve with the Boers. The Cape authorities hare seized a wireless telegraph plant on shipboard, intended for nse by tha Boers. The Eev. Father Matthews repeats tbe rumonr current that at the moment of the surrender of the Irish Fusiliers, a young officer, thinking his ten men were the sole survivors, raised the white flag. The Fusiliers ytera furious at his fiction, and admit he made, a great mistake. . ' There are indications that General Bailer regards the relief of Ladysinith as urgent. The heliograph message from, Lady emitb, gave no ^formation beyond the fact that tbe bombardment had prayed harmless. This is possibly a precaution ary measure to preveut the enemy's beliogragh at Fort Wylie intercepting communications. Despite a warning, the Boers on the 31st October, persistently shelled the hospital and women's laager at Mafeking. T...

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

SaLdhurst Cup, November 2d 100,000 SubEcriberB at 5. Newcastle Cup, 2nd. December. 50,000 Subscribers at 5. Sumnnr Cup, 26th December. 50,000 Sdbsciibers at 5.., Carrington Stakos, 30th December. 50,000 Subscribers at 5. ? For Pull Particulars Read onr Printed Circulars. Address— TATTER S ALL O/o, Geo. Aoams, iBobart, Tasmania A Bad Congested Liver And CONTINUED HEADACHE. CLEMENTS TONIC TO THE RESCUE. The Case of JVIrs. A/1. A, Temple (From the ' CampbeUtown Strati..') : (BY ODB SPECIAL KKPORTBE.) A kwomer from the Campbelltoum fferald, hariog lieard of a thorough cure in a : Bad Case of Consostcd Liver and other complications arising therefrom, he waited on. the patient, - Mrs. M. A. Temple, Campbelltown, near Sydney, and requested details of her illiieea. ' Yes,' said Mrs. Temple, in aniwer to e question, ' oome in and I will tell you all iibout'it.'' 'How did your eickness begin, Mm, Temple ? ' 'A bad cold, caused by getting wet. This seemed to settle upon my liver, for, shortly ...

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

Whooping Cough. I iad a little boy who wbb: nearly dead from an attack of whooping c iogh. My neiffhboars recommandod Oiiamberlam's Ooogh Ketned/. I diJ not chink that any medicine would help him, but after giving him a' few d'jse$ of that remedy I noticed an im jjrovemont; and' -one bottle oared .him entirely. It is the best congh medi ciie'I ever bad in tbe boose. — J. L i& tout, Sonth Borgettstowa, Pa. For ?oU i by &. W. Barlow and Co, J

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

Our Main Thoroughfare. We understand that through tbe in strumentality of Mr Phillips, M.P., the Minister for Works has promised to have £100 expended on the Main road immediately. Parses Jockey (Jlub Xmas Meeting. The programme of the P. J.C. Boxing Day race meeting is as follows:— Flying Handicap, I5aovd; Welter Handicap, 10 sovs ; Boxing Day Handicap. 25sovs ; Santa Claus Han dicap, 10 so-'S; and Final, lOsovs, Nominations for Flying and Boxing Day Handicaps close on December 16, weights on 18th. Night of general entry 23rd December. Lecture. The Rev. J. Woolnough, organising secretary of the Home Mission Snsten tation Fund, visited Nnrroinine on Tuesday, and in the evening delivered a lantern lectnre in the Wesleyan Church, taking for. his subject ' The Wealth and Progress of New South Wales.' The Attendance was fair. The views were excellent, and were admirable aids to the rev. gentleman's interesting lectnre. A vote of thanks' to the Rev. Mr. Woolnongh was moved by Mr. D, Simo...

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

Brief Mention ' Mr Goghlan, Government statistician, ie to retire from the Public Service Board. Tho Minister for Works hat promised to have £100 expended on Dandaloo-streeii. WhcJo is tho local 'patriot who will initiate tho necessary meetings, etc., for the formation of a School of Arts ? #*? Messrs. O'- D. Hitohic and Co, will offer throo head of horses for sale, on Saturday next, at noon, at Bell's Exchange Hotel. .TnmoS 'Williams, who was nrrcste'i at Moruva on suspicion of being concerned in the YTcllesloy assault cbbc, has confessed. Percy M. CJaye, Telegraph Master nt'WoBt Maitland, committed euicido on Tuesday morning, by shooting himself with a rifle. The Railway Commissioners ore advocating the extension of the Mudgi-o line to Coon amblc, in preference to tbe i)ubbo-Ceonamble route. WV; hear of a few cash prill's in Adams' sweep coming this wny, but not one of our local speculators waB lucky enough to draw a horse. 'At the bicvele sports at DuMib on the 9th instant, C. Ha...

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

fi. 0, Ritchie, and Co, O.D.Ritchie] £C. G. Cubiti AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station & Laud Agents, K A R R O M I N K . Agmifa for G-oldsborongb, Sfort & Co. JttnieR Martin and Co's Agricultural Machinery, and Commercial Uuiou - Fire Insurance Co. VTJu-at Buyt-rs for Brunton & Co. £25,0i-0 to Lend on aoj»r .v«d security at iwm 4 pi. r cent. M. tvcrinqham, Bmterteter HarFomin?. All ordera will Receive Prompt Attention. Funerals Oendacted in Pirst-c'as8 style at reasonable price.*. -^ TO STAND Sr.\.Ll,LOX LITTLE 5A£K LiTTr.B Jack is a cream-coloured Pony with black points, aud stands abowi 13 hands high ; ho ia a perfect Hackney. I'n-IGREE: By Master Aztec, dam Fairy by Don (imp). Muster Aztec by Aai«c (imp) from Nellie by Little DouhIJ A. good secure paddock, every can takea, but no reap fusibility incurred TERMS :. £1: 10s- A reductiou will be male! for two or more mares the property ofthe same owner. Burns and Stevenson. Gammppcial Banhinn Cofnpany ? OF SYDNEY, LI...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

Municipal Council. The UBual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Monday even ing. Present : The Mayor (Aid. James Nelson) and Aldermen Walter, Rntl GnnninET and Smith. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Mayor of Dubbo tb con struction of railway from Cobar^to Broken Hill, From Mr. R. Wallnce asking for permission to ply a delivery van with in the Municipality. From tho Department of Lands acknowledging receipt of Council's application for a sum of money to im prove Recreation Ground, No. 1888, Narromine, and stating that the mat ter had been referred to the District Surveyor for report. From. Department of Lands ack nowledging^ receipt of Conncil's letter on the subject of alignment of streets. From Department of Lands intima ting that the Council's request to have certain reserves at Narromine vested in the Council as trustees had been re ferred , to the District Surveyor, Dubbo. From the hon. secretary of the New South....

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

Religious. Somdat, November 19. WESLEYAN. Narromine, 11 a.m. and 7,30 p.m Woodside, 3 p.m. J. Lund. Many old soldiere now feel the ef fects of tbe bard service they endured during the war. Mr. George S. Anderson, of Rossville, York connty, P«nn., who saw tbe hardest kind of service at the front, is now frequently troubled with rheumatism. ' I had a severe attack lMeJy;' he says, 'and procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. lit did so much good that I wonld like to know what you would charge me- for one dozen bottles.' Mr. Anderson wanted it both for his own nse and to supply it to tiis friends and neighbours, as every family should have a bottle of it in their home, not only for rheumatism, but lame back, sprains, swellings, cuts, bruises and bnrns, tor which it is unequalled. For vale by G. W. Barlow and Co.

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The Alberts, Dandaloo. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

The Alberts, Dandaloo. This place is -now fast making its name appear prominent in all tbe min ing literature of New Sonth Wales. Almost every newspaper, both in and oat of raining centres throughout the length and breadth of the colony finds room in its oolumns bf 'reading matter for a- paragraph on 'The Alberts. As this s rate of things has oulp came to pass daring the last few luonths, most people may ask the reason, which can be given iu those few words, i.e., ' It has proved to be a rich copper field.' We recollect but a few short months ago, when news was whispered about that Messrs. Hall- and Keonan had discovered copper ore near Dan diiloii, some of tbe McPhnil people formed a syndicate and sent Messrs. Me&aw and Lind out as prospectors. These gtuitlomen soon found their way to the locality wished for, and soou after they observed indications of the presenoe of copper ore at a place about htilf-a-mile south of Hall and Keenan's leaoe, and immediately ppgjred a 40 acr...

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Police Court. MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1899. Before Messrs. F Mack and G. Woods, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

Police Court. MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1899. Beforr Messrs. F. Mack and G. Woods, J's.P. John Curran, indecent exposure. Fined 10s. Louie (female aboriginal) vagrancy. Sentenced to 14 days in Dubbo gaol. W. Gallagher, drunkenness. Fined 5s and Is for sgiettnsnt for horse. D. Gallagher, 'obscene language. Fined 20s.

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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

%atzzt fntelligenee . — ♦- — (BY 'WIHB.). SYDNEY, Thursday. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. At the Melbourne wool sales yester day, greasy merino brought 19^d., be in? a record for Australia. AN ALLEGED DEFAULTER. It is now alleged that the defalca tions cf John Henry Grey, the missing Geelong solicitor, total £200,000. MUDGEE-GOON AMBLE RAIL WAY. The Premier received a communica': tion from the Railway Commissioners advocating tho extension of the rail-. way from Mudgee to Coouamble in. preference to the Dubbo-Goonamble route. THE MINISTER FOR LANDS AND. CONDITIONAL PURCHASERS. In the Assembly last night, Mr. Hassall said he had never compelled the holders of conditional purchases in drought gtricken districts to forfeit their holdings becauB* they were utt able to meet their obligations, cor would he ever do so. FIBE. A fire, occurred last night at the premises of McLean Bros. & Bigg, George-Btreet. The top floor burned -jut, and much damage was done to the lower floors by water. Th...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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AN IRISHMAN'S [LETTER. Tipperary, Ireland, March 27th, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

AN IBJSHXIAST'S (LETTEa. Tipperary, Ireland, March 27th, 1835. My Dear Nephew,— I bave nit beard anything of ye einoe th'9 las- time I wrote to ye. I have move^i from the place where I now live, or f ?boald have written to you before. V did not know where a letter mi^h fiiid ye first; but I now tike my pe:; to drop ye a few lines to inf.im y.-n of the death of your own living Uncle. Kilpatriok, He died very suddenly, after a long illtifiss of six months. Poor man ! he snffjred a graat deal. He lay a long time in convulsions, psrfe'ctly qniet and spoi-c ties , and ail the time talking incoherently and iu-' qiiring for water. I a'n very mu-jh at a losj to tell ye what liu death mis occasioned b'y ; but th-s doctor tbiuks it was occasioned by his last illness, for he was not well ten days during bJB confinement. His age yoa know an well as I do ; be was 25 years ol I last Mirch, lacking 15 months ; an &, if he had lived till this time he woaM hive been six months dead jist. N.B...

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

Private Boxes. The following letter has been ad dressed to Mess is. G. D. Ritchie and Co., Ifarromine : — Pottal and Elecirio Telegraph Department* General Port. Office, Sydney, November 15, '1899, Gentlemen, — '?'Pith reference to' the request contained in your communication, dated the 10th instant that private boxee might be pro Tided at Narromine Post Office, 1 have the honor to inform you thafthe question of pro viding private letter haree is being considered with other improvements proposed :to be ?nude at the Post Office named. 1 have, etc., J. Dalgaexo, for Deputy Postmaster General.

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Personal & Political [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

Personal & Political Shift it on to tli« shoulders of thu dead. The awful George-street train muddle is cbargi'd to the incapacity of two officials now dead. As a conse quence the matter is to be glossed over and forgotten. This is the iimuhI heroic way of getting out of a depirt mpnt.nl iliffinnlt.TT. A terrific war of jealousy is ferment ing; :n many centres in New South Wal^s over the Bite of the Federal capital. Tbe way ea**.h particular locality sneers at all rival localities is arousing and iusstrnctiive to the oaopta of places without a hope in the capital endowment. The editorial chair of the ' Freeman's Journal ' has not been filled since Mr O'Sullivau forsook it for a portfolio. It was stated that Mr P. E. Quiun, M.P., one of Sydney's leading penmen, had received tbe Bp poiutment, bnt tbe announcement lacked authenticity. The position is still open. A Directorial row has occurred .in the office of the ' Catholic PresB ' over the Transvaal bnsinpss. The ' C.P.' has ...

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

A TJjnQJJE LETTER. Following is a 'verbatim copy of a letter -from ? New Sonth Wales settler -to a -member of Parliament :— ' As I can't come to town in time for regtBration, haven to oat sorgain for milkea oows, and boys beiug awnv sbearen',' ' i w'onld like yon to see the eoustible and regisaer my dog. be is 8 inouts old 15th of next mont. his name is Bismark, and i don't SRCtly kuow what bread yoa would call him bnt he is by Brown's eld roolie, thai . yoa remember, him that bit the balitf and a fox-terrier that onct belonged tu * old Mrs.Tomson npthe river, there in a bridge ont hear that wants dien u p abont 8 pound, and it will belp you bear if ran get it looked to for us, as some think Nash con Id do more for ns than yoa Yoa will get a petishion abont it sined by me and other leaden residence. Dooley'a draft maw,- the one With the two foals, got her le^ down it referendum day, and there was nearly a smash np. Yonra ? P.S.— Tbe wife has a dog but it is only & pnp. ' I w...

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

Cricket On the 9th inet., a match was played between Narromine and Delroy Cricket Clubs at Narromine, and re sulted in a win for the Delroys by 29 runs. Following are the scores : — Narromine. — First Iunings. M. Dunn, b T. Dowling ? 25 A. Gale, b Smith ? 11 J. L. Wheeler, b Smith ? 0 C. King, b Smith ? 0 G. Bell, c Sunderland ? 2 T. R. Emery, c Smith ? 18 T. Wilde, b W. Dowling ? 9 F. Grainger, b W. Dnwling ... 1 W. Byrnes, bW. Dowling ... 2 G. D. Ritchie, c Dowling ... 1 J. Nelson, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ? 10 Total , ? 79 Delroy — First Innings. W. Dowling, b Ritchie ? 11 J. Lindfay, b Dunn ... ... 47 C. Carrett, c 'Dunn ... ... .7 F. Baker, b King ? 19 J. Dowling, b Kinef ? 11 J. Bunderland, l.b.w., b Ritchie... 4 C. Smith, c Bell ? 0 T. Dowling, b Dunn ? 4 J. Ferguson, b Bitchie ? 0 Mr. Carrett, not Out ... .. 0 Soefield, b Dnnn ? 0 Sundries ... ... 5 Total '' ? 108 The Narromine Second Eleven also played a match on the came day b gainst a Trangio team and suffered defeat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

j TborqaS Bell !- HAVING Severed His connection with GIPPITHS' BOS., begt to ; annonnce to the Public that be has now Commenced ? . . . Business on His Own, Etc. I Bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality I will be His Aim. Brisbane-street, Dubbo. A Trial Solicited. lFsjiT Smil. 99 Has mnch plea&Bure in informing bis FriendR and the General Public, that bo Las just Opened a Large Stock of SPRING. AND SUMMER GOODS. ? to: ? If yon Want a really Good Serviceable Washing Dtpfs or Blonse, you should go to L .N, and sec a Wonderf ully Cheap Line of Prints and Cambrics — Prints 4|d per yard, the best value in Narromiue. ?The Goods are New ard Uptodate They are Marked at Low Price3. They are Quite Fresh and Choice They are kood Enongh to Sell Themselves. : _ ^ .- — .ALSO,— ? \L— : ? ^r.^,-..-^- Clofhifig, DFapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, A.ND A. LARGE STOCK OF STRAW HATS Men's Straw. Hats from 1b ; Boys' from 6d 500 Pain Men's Canvas Shoes, with extra strap across, 2s 6d (sewn) Men...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

Stublhihed EVERT FRIDAY OPENING. . .^ :, Hab a Laeoe and Daily Increasing _ - ? — ClBCCDATIOS. — '? . ? ' - ?'frsav ' ! ' - tfubscriptien: PER QCAJITF.H, If *I-VaNC« ! i TER QrAKTFI' I.COKEP, i

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 November 1899

With the approach of the Federal general elections the tariff question is once more thrust into view. For a ' year or two it remained in blissful abeyance and nobody was so bold to refer to it. It was only the period of transition from a provincial interest to a Federal significance. And so the tariff turmoil is in good going order again. Most appropriately, Mr. Pulsford and Mr, Foreyth, the two tariff enthusiasts in New South Wales have set tbe ball rolling. Mr Pulaford, of course, wants a Freetrade tariff for the Commonwealth, and Mr Foreyth once more appeals for a scheme of Protection. Several conferences, more or less self-organised, have taken place over the disturbing element in the political life of this country, and very soon all the big and little guns will be vocally banging away at tbe Federal electors. Bat truth to tell there is not tnnch glory ahead of the tariff antagonists, for the tariff of the Commonwealth is a foregoneconclusion That this ie so may be gathered from...

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