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Fightin' Bobs. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

Fightin' Bobs. The .following in one of Eudyard Kipling's poema dedicated to Lmd Koberts, commonly known to his friends as ' Bobs.' ? Bahadur ' moans Kight Hononrable, '.pukka' signifies Ijeunine, *eggy chel* is forwards, 'arder '. nieans a half, and 'clink*. is theexpfcH'sion for cells : — There's a red-faced little man, Which is Bobs, Rides ihetalleEt 'oree he can — Our Bobs : If it kicks, or bucks, or rears, *E can ait for twenty years, With.abBiile round both his cars, Can't yerBobs ? Then here's to Bobs Bnhador — Little Uobs, Bobs, B.,bs, 'E'm our pukka Kaudtthader — Fightin* 13obs, Bobs, Hobs. 'E's tho Dook of Afigy Chel ; '£'s the man that's done as well ; Au' we'll follow 'im 'o 'til — ? Wou't we, Bob*? If. a limber's slipped a trace, 'Ook on Hobs ? If a marker's lost, 'is place, Drees by Bobs! Tor Ve eyes all up his' coat, An' a bnglu in 'is lbroat ; An' you will not play the goat Under Bubs, ' 'E's n little down on drink, Chaplain Bobs ; Jlut it. keeps us outer clink. Don'...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CRICKETER'S COMPLAINT To the Editor of the Narromine News. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

4' CRICKETJlfrS COMPLAINT ? To the Editor of the Narromine News. -Sir, — Will you Itindly allow me space in your valuable columns to let ? the tnembiTS of any cricket clubs who aro thinking of arrnngiug matches with , the Narromine Club know of tha -rifltm«nt they are likely to receive, .tnd the way in which the members of oi) Boxing Day. The secretaries of the two cluhs. named arranged a r/iatr-h for rJuring Day to be played on tho Nar viitnin d.ivi (tnvifl n'n\i 4-f\ r*. iiri i-.Miti/-a of J'J.33 a;Ki. Punctual to tiuie, tho visitoi's, some of whom had cosne long i dintances, i-nd one from Dublin, put iu : »n appearance. After waiting some i time, the mat arrivod, and, of course, ihe visitors had to fa's it- ready for play I Shortly afterwards two of those who were to play for Narromine, «nd bolh of whom bad ridden several mike, put I in an appearance, and these two were ! the'only ones who. had the courtesy to ! ? do so: Of-the players who '.ive in the i town not eveu tho secreta...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Annual Races [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

The Annual Races The second race meeting under the auspices of the Na-romine Jookey Club, eveutuated ou Monday (Mew Year's Day). The weather was .fine and extremely hot, with plenty of dnat flying. Early in the morning the town began to fill with visitors from ^aU '»„ T»-uv.n Um- well reDresenteQ There was a large number of vehicles —from the homely trollieto the more pretentious four-in-hand— plying '''. hire between the town an I the courne, ,niif] all sceuicl to be fairly we.l un ionised. -! Mr Hodge had the gat**, and, we believe, came out of the tran eaotion with profit. The attendance wsb good, it being estimated at «K-ut On arrival at the course the fi'at noticeable featnre was the improve ments which had recently been car™'* out by the Club. The^ straight n™ been shifted to the far side of «'- course, sobs to allow those speculators who buy the various rights to get the utmost benefit from tbeir ventures, and to prevent people outside the gateB competing against them. Then, ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Municipal Conncil v. 8. E. Close. Claim, 12s lid, rates. Amount with cosU paid into Court, W. A. Hall t. John Charles. GoodB sold. Claim, £6 16e 91d. With drawn. Kierath, Nelson & Co. v. John Charles. Goods cold. Claim, *ll 10s 9d. Withdrawn. Arthur EobinBon v. Mrs. Prentice. Hire of horao, £2 5s. £-l paid into Court. J. T. Bell v.W.Rhaip. Claim, £2. Mjni'T lent und pric o! ft -i'i(J. '

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

AN/EMIA & DEBILITY. A Richmond Lady Relates her Remarkable Recovery. The Case at Mrs. Sarah Dover. {From the Windsor ' Australian.') Br OUR SF&CIAl. RKPOBTBR. A representative of this paper in tk« course of liia duly took a walk in th» direction of Francis .Street, Richmond, N.8.W., and knocked at the door of Mrs. Dover. It was opened by a very pleasant fRCtH Udy. ' Do I Bpeak to Mrs. Dover?' queried tbe newspaper man. ? ' You d ),'' -lie answered, with » (mile. 'Then will yuii permit me to make ? report of your ciuie ? ' 'With plenBurr,' *.ud after asking our re|ic-fer to cone in mid take a sent she smmi-dijiielj fined into a relation of the facts of Ijer illness. '1 can as ign no reason for it,' th« «om menced, ' bull gradually Began to Fall Away. Day l-y rtuy I grew thinner and paler. 1 . was told I was Buttering from aweinia., or a, want of red blo.d curjniacles in my reins. A doctor atiended mo, and prescribed for mn. I took bis medicine for a long time. Hit phy...

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 — 5 January 1900

^RtJITl^FRUIT ! JL SSORTED CASES of Choice *a»* Fruits made up at 4s., 6s , 9s. nnd 12s per case at Mr. J. RAY'S Parramatta Fruit Depot, Arcade, Narromine.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Produce and the War. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

Produce and the War. It has come out that all tbe colonies except New South Wales are sharing splendidly in the enormous supplies re quired to feed and maintain for an iu defioite period Her Majesty's forces — men, mules, horses and oxeu — in Sooth Africa. How much this trade means for the favored colouies can readily be estimated when possibly s quarter of a million men will yet b ? enlisted, and cattle innumerable will be requi sitioned to carry men and artillery and i stores. And New South Wales has been pretty well out of this tremend ous trade in all sorts of supplies. And what is the reason P A simple com mercial one. All tfae other colouies are represented in London by smart busincBS men whose duty it is to seize every opportunity to point ont what artioles of consumption aie best pro duced by thiir respective colonies. There is keen competition among these buiiintbG representatives who meet dis tributors and war office authorities and leave tocial affairs to hours of leisure...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE WAR LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

THE WAR ? ? — - (BY CABLE.) LONDON, Monday. JN ambers or European officers arrive every week at Delagoa Bay, and pro ceed thence to Pretoria to assist the Boers in the campaign. Six large Armstrong guns and 16 ammunition carts were lately received at Pretoria, via Delagoa Bay. They were manifested as agricultural implements. Uomplamta are maJe of tbe cor ruption of the Portuguese officials. During the operations carried on by Lieutenant-Geurral French north of Avaudel, he tucceedod, by the mobility of bis fcrcs, iu outmanoeuv ring the Boers. The B' ens were compelled to abandon position after position np to Cole*bergi aud were forced to vacate Rensburg. General French, with a strong force of British artillery and cavalry, is fol lowing up his advantage. Lieutenant-Colonel French officially reports that the Boers who were eu ireucbed »t Rensbnrg, fearing that their lines of communication would ba cut by the British cavalry, have withdrawn to Colesberg. The Boars have fired into Lady ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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What Mr. Willis Says. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

What Mr. Willis Says. The first man to suggest the dis patch of a contingent of Anstralian btiBhmen to cope w-'th the cunning Boers, was Mr W. N. Willis, M.P. for the Barwon. Mr Willis is probably one of tW hardest worked business men in the country, bat. withal, he finds plenty of time for affairs of stat1, and bis fellow members well recognise his sagacity and astuteness in big political qnestions and crises. His originality and daring have been rx empli fieri frequently during the past decade whin his party was in danger or tbe other side in a predicament. His capacity on occasions like these won for him tho gratitude of leaders like Sir George Dibbs and Mr lyue, and (lie respeot of opponents like Sir Henry Parkes and the ex-Premii-r, Mr G. H. Eeid. And Mr Willis has diplomatically healed many breeches among members, prominent and other wise. A polttical peacemaker must be an inveterate politician. Rut the member for the Barwon hit the mark fairly when he proposed the con tingent...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

latest Jnelligenee (BY W'HIB.) SYDNEY, Thursday. It is officially cabled that Private Jones, of the Victorian Mouutad Rifles, was killed at Sunuyside. It is also reported that a Tasmania^ was fatally woundod in the 6amo engagement. The Minister for Labor has received replies from 37 Municipal Councils favoriug tho Wednesday half-holiday. A tremendous bush fire is raging between Mount Pleasant and Angston, S.A. Already several large estates have been burnt out. A fierce wind is rendtring the task of tbe fire fighters futile. A newly married couple, mmed Keliiun and a friend named Stewart, were drowned at Croixillos, N.Z., through the capsizing of a boai. Disastrous bush fins are devastating various parts of Tasmania. Nine families were burnt out, and also a State school at Dromedary. Tbe operation of the Early Closing Act, so far as the half-holiday was concerned, caused the greatest confusion yesterday, especially in re gard to persons carrying ou mixed businesses. Five more deaths ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

G. 0, Ritchie, and Co, O, D. Ritchie] [C. G. Ccnin AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station &Land Agents, NARROKINE. Apnnts for Groldsboron^h, Mort & Co, James Martin and Go's Agricultural Maobinery, and Commercial Uaion Firo lusntauco Co. Whflat Buyers for Branldn & 0 -. JE25,O0O to Lend on approved security at from 4 per ct-nt. 0. MOULANG, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN. WatcTisc, Clocks, «od Jewellery Re p. ii rod. Wedding Rings Keepers and all Kin.i* of Jewellery Made to Oidor on The Premise!). El.F.CTBOPI,ATINa AND GlLDISO. 8pccs Repaired, Pipm Mounted, Biigraving, Etc., All Work at Price Consistent with Good Workmanship. Brinsj all yonr old gold and get it ro-uiade. D. MOULASG, ' The Arcade,' Opposite Assembly Hill. %. *£oeringhamf Ondepfaksp. Rarromias. All ord3r3 will Recsivs Prompt Attsntion. Funerals ondactei in First-*/ a ss style at reasonable price*. WE WANT TO REACH YOU if you require MCStCML ISSTRUXWTS of any description TOTHAr END we will forn-irfl, Pos...

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At the Church of England Bazaar [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

At the Church af England Baziar By the camp 6re I am lifting, And I watch tbe thadows flitting Through the tall and dusky pine tree! Out afar ! Thro' tbe aadncu 'tealing o'er me, There'll a vision comet before me, And 1 fancy I can tee you At tbe C. of E. Baiur. And I often think and wonder A* I 'it and a&dly ponder. If 'tis right that I should leave you To roam away Co far ; And 1 feel my hopes are sinking; As I wonder if your thinking Of the something that you told me At the C. of £. Bazaar. When you whispered shyly to me, That you'd lored me since Ton knnir me When T helped you with the 8xi»gi . At the Children's Bazaar, Oh, so vaguely now 'tis seeming, That 1 fancy I am drewr'ng, And onoe again I meet you At the C. of E. Bazaar. And I praised your hair and t'jei, And there came a glad surpriep, ? Wjen ysu whispered sweetly bank, ' You had better tell Ma-Ma.' Ah ! I ore, tho' we may sever, I am yonr from now for erer. For you won my hegrt that evening, At the C. of E. B&a...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Police Court Wednesday, December 27, 1899. (Before W. Kierath, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

Police Court Wednesday, December 27, 1899. (Before W. Kierath, Esq., J.P.) Edward Bonrke, charged with hav ing used obscene language in a pnblic place, was fined 10d. Fine paid. Daniel Walsh, profane language ; fined 20s or a week in the lock-np. Fine^paid. Friday, 29th December, 1899. (Before the P.M.) W. McCarthy v. W. Bocock, in sulting language. There was no ap pearance of the parties and the case was struck ont. W. McCarthy v. W. Booook— assault. No appearance ; case struck ont. J. E. Patterson v. J. Elliott. Re sisting a bailiff. Case dismissed'. Police y. Edward Bonrke. Riotous behaviour. Fined Is. -with 4ft JOil costs. Police v. L. Lawson Riotous con duct. Fined Is with coste 4s lOd. T. J. Bell v. D. McPhoe. claim for wages. Verdict for complainant for £3 Is 6d with cobIs 4s lOd.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Early Closing Act [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

Early Closing Act For the guidance of tradesmen and the public of Narromiue, we give the follow ing hours of closing to be ob served iu this town, under the Early Closing Act, passed into law by the present Orovertinieut, and to take effeol at onee : — AH genpril stores, and shops carried on by baktrs, batchers, saddlcvs, bicyclu vendors, watchmakers and jewellers, uooi snopfl, iinsmiuiH, 1 painters, drapers, -sewinsj machiue shops, music seliorB, dri'ss-makcra, phntographprs. ta-lois, brink-sellers a''d fithtitim-rs, blacksmitlis, conoliMniths j and bufrgy builders, must cAoSf at 6 j p.in.fn Mondays. Tuusdais. Thursdays i flnn Fridays; 1 p.m ou Weduesilays, and 10 p.m. on Sat.urdnys Uairrin-Mi-ns must close nt 7 30 p.m., tnko n. half-huiiilay on Wednvs day, ami close at 10 on Satindays. Newpngi-ut* must closest 11 p m., anlebS they combine with tlie uews agency a hairttreisinR liubinea.:, vihenj their hrur for clofiing will be 7.30,1 except on Saturday; a newssgi-ncy ccmbinni) with...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

Brief Mention. | Council meets next Monday night. ? It waB raining on Monday at Brewaxrina. A great event is believed to be im pending near Cbevoloy, - Geucral Builer having been reinforced by 8000 men and eighteen guns, since December 15. There ib to-day in flew South Wales a total area of close npon 20,000,000 acrea of land taken up. having a dc- , dared value under tho Real Property Act of nearly £43,000,000. A correspondent writes:—' Dane- i ing cannot be highly commendod j either from a financial or torpsichorean point of view.' Hum * The Blayney Council proceeded against a ratepaper for ' keeping swine within 30 yards of a house or street within the Municipality.' The Nuis ance Inspector managed tbe Council's end of the trouble, and a solicitor ap peared for the defence. Pretty soon the municipal by-laws and th^ Town's Police Act got mixed in the matter, with the r- suit that tho Nnisnnce In spector ' backed down.' and withdrew the information. 'Fifteen powerful traction engin...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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They Say: [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

They Say: That two or threo of the race committee did all that men couM do to make the races pass off satisfac torily. *?? That it is well that the holidays are over. That there was a very large crowd at tho Church of England bazaar on Monday evening. That things were' hanging fire at the settling on Monday night, when eomeonee suggested ' 6d in and the winner shout.' .% That ' Buckle' Porter and ' Lady Tylf r' Parker took the hint and or dered in a generous supply of liquid refreshments. ??* ' That there was not n solitary com plaint nbout the start ing of the races on Monday Mr. Rice struck a note of universal approval, which was quite refreshing. ??? That the small number of local horses competing was rather disap pointing. Mr. Rice'a horses were conspicuous by their absence which was due, we believe, to the fact that they were turned out before Mr. Rice knew the date of the races. ?*? We understand that Mr. F. Mack hc6 presented a truck of horses to the Government for Sonth Afri...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

' I.hnvs nsed Chamberlain's Cough L'tiedyin my family for years and «i«ays with good feEnlts,' says Mr. ^ H. Ctoper of El Rio, Cal. ' For ii all children we find it especially t ff. ot ive,' For sale by G. W. Barlow tad Co.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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DONATION OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

Doxation of Houses. Mcss-s Mack and Austin, of Narro mini1, bavrf donated oup ti uck of hors- s (10) for the N.S.W. contingent.. We ui'derstnnd that lbs tJonors pave tbe authorities the pick of the station. Horses for South Africa. Mnjor Thompson arrived in Narro mine yesterday morning for the pur .ijnse of pnrchnFing Lorses for the ?'troop-i in South Afr.'cn. Hundreds of horses vi all descriptions were placed in Met Bra K. Cabill & Co's. yards for inspection, and tb-re must have berii 300 people present — in fact, the gile-yarda «ni ne:ghbourhood iilive with men and horses. Kighty tliree horses were purchased by M.-ij'ir Thompson at an avciage price of £11 5s. iiETEOBOLOGiCAl ObSEBVATIONS. MrT. Brftgs, of Mungeribah, hns kindly forwarded us the following r.-cord of the rainfall at his place for the year 1899 : — January ? 69 Ftbruaiy ... ... ... 56 March ? 49 April ? 205 Muy ? 12 June ... ? 184 July ? 506 Angnsfc ? 207 September ? 140 October ? ; ... 82 November ? 70 Decemb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 January 1900

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