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"ARGUR'S GHOST." [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
'Acoun'8 Ghost.' Whtton Races to-day. Dirliagtnn Paint Races on Boxing Day. Fire Brigade Sports t .ke pluco oq Boxing D»y. Pony owners and Bicyclists will basr in mind lhat nominations cl -se for No» Years meeting, with the promoter Mr Fciat on Rat.nrHitv. Jimmy Armstrung, whilst playing cricket on Saturday in the-pwfc met with &u acci dent. JTe was iu t'ie* outfield, anl while running for *. catch slipped, the ball struck him on the cheek bone infliotiug a nasty wound; which- we are glad to say «s in no way Berious.. ' The Doke of Portland has Nothing in hia' stable likely to play a promiuent part in next three-year-old rjces. Fort's little effort last Siturd&y hat brought him into prominence for tha Rand 'wiuk^cup?, aud he wi i run well. Mr Forrester has a fair share of bad 't'-.k with hi- horses. Warminisier had to be — ?. shot last week after br-jating his back. Moatyu is going in great form at Fleming ton. G. Stebbin^s has ridden the winner of the Tasmaiiian Da....
SPORTING. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
SPORTING. Coming Events. Tobsdat, Becekbeb 24. ??_?- Whitton Avtn&tner Tnrf Cluti Annual R.ce? Tacaaotv, 1-soeub»e 28. Darlington Point Turf Cluu Auonol Meeting 4 Tilderie .Jookey Club- B oei. Naraudera Fire Brigade Sports. VVaitg* Pony Meeting Satdbdat, Dboehbbk 2S. Carrathool Jockey Club Races. ?TAMrMBY 1 AND 2. Narandera Pony and Galloway Clab. Murrumbiilgee Turf Club Adelong Rioas. Say Jockey Club New Year Meeting. F^ssr/ABr 4 and 5. Murrumburrah. Turf Club Baoes. Fkbbitabv 19 and 90. Junes Raoes. F«BEt7ABr 2(1' ASD 27. ' ' Temora Races.
Carrathool Races CARRATHOOL HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
Carrathool Baoei CABKATEOOL HAKDtOAr. ? ' Boas Tailor ... 9 S Stewardess 7 7 Sunshower ... 8 7 Sandhurst ... 7 6 Haicon ? « 4 Acrobat ... 6 IS Sunstroke . .. 8 0 Fes,rnppght..', 67; HOWEANO SAWttlOAP. ) Sunjihower ... 8 12' -Vent ?j«Cj8-»S '''*? Saxon ? .' t -J- WWs^jrCPa'ii s- 12 Daybresk :^)J^~^fr^SSmapi. ... .6 . 8 .', aanitepke- *T!T^ 8 6 ^autipu.' A. i'-fl-' usjdfay .. 7,i2 Fearnought - € S j% meeting of erJcketets js Jo be held on next, for the purpofee of making arrangements in recognising the services of Mr- Harry Wren. ' , . ? A t-tam of N»r»ndera Crjokst*r» «o 'to ' WaKalotN«wVears'lI-aT. ' ' ' . -
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
Cricket. NARAKDERA v. COSMOPOLITANS. Tiia above match was concluded on Satur day, and resulted in .b win for Narandera by - an inningsand 63 runs. Following are the scores : — NABAKDEBA. Wren, 1 b. w., b F. Bundock .„ ... 42 W. Roach, b P. Smith ... ... 3 Feint, b P. Smith ... ... ... 13 Miller, a. P. Smith, b Bonrjock :.. S Armsticng, not out ... ... ,., 63 Evaus, b Roche ... .„ ... 10 Wyburd. 0 Roche, b Mulholland ... 14 Hig^ins, c M 'Coronet, b Mulholland... i Piddington, c Whittaker, b P. Smith ... 1 Adams, c Roche, b Mulh Hand ... 3 Stead, b Mulholland ? ... H Suudiict ... ... ... 12 Total ? ... 185 Gobkopolitans.— First Inninfji. R. Jfulholland, b Wyburd ... ... 0 .1. Lock, l.b.w., b W. Koaoh ... ... 7 McCormaok, b W. Roach ? IB J, Whittaker, e Jones, b W. Roach ... 23 - M'Cr token, c Armstrong, b VV*. Roich... 1 P. Bullivan, c Evans, b Miller ., ...10 P. Smith, c ArmBtronB, V Miller ? 2 Mosely. e Siggins, b Kooch ... ... 2 F. Bundoek, not out . ... ? 9 J. Smith, l.b.w., fa. R...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
LATtSST fELEGRAMb. b\- wrsK paoM OUR ~owa cobbespokdekt Sydney. Monday. Colonel Bell, United States Consul, says America will defend the Mnoroe doctrine against the world, but to discuss the Venezuela difficulty as though the situation was critical bordered on the reiliculoua. The New South Wales cricketers were defeated at Otago by six wickets. It is estimated the cost of the proposed iodti and vein within the river Darling will amouut to £130.090 Theship Loch Brown narrowly escaped being driven on. the rocks when entering the Newcastle harbour. Sir Henry Pirkes is willing to accept the proposed grant of Parliament. Mr Cricks statement that Mr Hoydoo had an interview with Judge Bwkuuse with re gard to the sentence upon Bnfe is deuted. At Melbourne, od Saturday. Zimmerman was twice Jefeatel, once by Pither and once by D. Walker. I - Cattle:- 1714 yarded. The market w|b slightly weaker, best bullocks realised £a, others from £4 to £4 10s. best beef Ij'b hundred lbs ; Sheep:— 17595 pe...
A CHRISMAS SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
' A CHBISMAS S0BYEY. 'Whatever may be the case in ' the old country,' there are not wanting evidences that Christmas in Australia ia not quite what it used to be. The old games are passing into riisnetide. The family re-unions, without which at one time Christmas was hardly Christmas, are aot now no numerous, the obligation to foregather under the parental roof being regarded nowa day?, somehow, as a thing to be set aside very much more ligbtly than a decade ago would have befen consist ent with propriety. As a religious festival, we fancy Christmas-time would be found on inquiry to be con siderably weaker in its demands upon the mass of people than it used to be. Bat there yet attaches to it a characteristic that distinguishes it clearly frsm all other periods of the year. Coming, as it does, so closely to the end of th.fi year, Christmas week to most people presents itself as a resting point in life's journey at which they hare an opportunity of drawing a breath, and of casting a ...
THE SEASON OF GOOD CHEER. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
THE SEASON Of GOOD CHEEB. All hurl to 8«nta Glauc, the grand Old' Man who announces tlie adveut of tbe seaBon of good choerj tbs season of joyful anticipations and tender meinorief I Tbs season of reci neiliation^ of jo'jone fesliv ity, and lieartjr hsnd sinkings, wben frie&dshipa are cemented stronger, and, uumad sympathies God nntward express ? ion. Let the cares ot the world ba laid aside for ,the time. . Throughout all Christendom lieartB beat lifililor and new hopes are kindled. To the rich and poor, to the prond and bumble, Chrislnias briuga' a like rneBBBge of good cheer. Let the family reunion be a festive gathering, aud let etArsngad hearts be onited. . ; Aad the children ( Christinas brings them soch a niesosge of joy as older hearm cud not feel. To thtm, tbe angels sing their sweet songB. Ths story of -tit Christ babe is unquestioned. Their feftir* ity is bat the bubbling over of their inner' lives. They dave a sublime faith in old father Santa Clans. Do not lesse...
POWERS OF RECUPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
POWERS OF BECUPEKAT10E. Art existent in 'erett the feeblest systems, and it only needs a wholesome invlgor&nt like Wolfe's Sbbnappa to atimuUte tuam. Ir you oannot obtain «' Myfa Tea' Jn youj disfriot write to D. Mltoh»Jl aiid Cost Olarenoe-srreet, Sydney, who .willJarrangs *ut a supply at onoe throtigli in* local itore. keeper. Advt;'* '. ?..-..-? Hdmund Sr W«ll«r, enrioeBr, , Albury, claims to be the oldeit .blcyclo maker ind ridur in~Aostr»Ua. In 1863 he raced .the mail ooaehfrbm £aeoh worth to CbUteni.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
.ABE YOU AFFLICTED . with DYSPEPSIA, ? CONSTIPATIOK, ' KIDSgY TROUBLES, - BACKACHE, * . - ACITCNU LIKES, or UVBR (JOMPJLAINTt If «o, esfe remedies «te wit bin youneach at a nominal W. CLEMENTS TONIC and VXETCHKR'S PILLS have yet failed to core 'tlie worst cages, ileneral debti'y. ser i bu«tte-»» -wejknosp, and general cornplijinj of ihe dig-stive and oeirbas aysieins ire pioin^tly enfed t-y tlieso ieliable rerooiliea. 'i'h-yava prepared -by ucjeVtillo yrooeiisea, fta'd an uat merely m '-Ai£niakl-~ tuiiLaces fliade ouJy to 'jrn 1' tlie -inblie.' '^ We*™'.- UDwn-il.Ol.EMENTa TOK1O and PLET CHER'S FIU-8 -tove won in Au«trdlasia isp'roijhof the fact ihat they stand pre emneut-for iheir-aptcW vlas^esof distwes. JTo rem«d!e» BVf r, sold gave «tteh entire aviifacUon to thuir pa tron», and .evidence is lorflipjBii'g Ifomjtytrj *Ky- : -towt; a«d nl»i!» to prove tljeir vi^net- No donbt Awnew «jriet aa-flf Abelr v»loe, bqt /pir- BbM°t««B«ist b-oi)rarft(l to get tiie^eaulfle nc'iel Ji a* wii.y ...
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
LATEST C&BLEGR&KS. London Sunday. Twelve thousand Armenians «.' t*okad tha Turkish garrison at Yeituag, and massacred the whole of the Turks, including 500 Modems. . It is reported the Sultiu ordered the annihilation of the whole of th* Armenians. -President Clevehnd's further message to Congress asks for prompt msaau'es to be taken to relieve the danger of the depletion of the gold reserve. . ... The srisb between America, and England' ha* caused an aaequuUed pmio in tbe New Stock Exohokuge. ? The President of the Atnerioaa r«i way company estimate! tbe loss in mirket value of eecpritief at two hundred millions sterling. . . Prayers on behilf of peaoo liavo beep offered in America. Americian stooVs a-re being extentiyely SoVt in Europn at a hewy taorifica. Prestden't Cleveland's »cond message has been badly recoivad throughout America. The 'New York World'. has implored Mr Gladstone to speik words of peace and fellowship, The veteran statesman said he dors pot inter...
New South Vales V, Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
New South Wales v. Queensland. New Souih Wales — First liming , S. Ponnan, c ti'i cnnell b Cuinghum 40 A. G. M'Kenzie. run out ? 76 F. Iiedale, cCie-wicb, bConingham ... 9 S. E; Gtgory.c O'Brien, b M'UIincney 43 F. Walters, c M'Uom.ell, bM'G.incbi-y 150 G. Voull, c M'Gtinchey; b Hoare ... 40 3. Gould, o MGHnchey, b O'Brien ... S3 T. R. M'Kil Wm, »tBrddley,bC6uingfaam 17 W. Fowell, bConingham ? 11 A. Net ell, not out ? 12 3. 3. Kelly, c and b U'Gliaoliey ... 9 1 Sundries ? , ... 25 Total .. ... ? 485 iji.vivuu 4iiniugai Moolenrie, st B adley, b Conioghatn ... 21 Donnan, not out ? 30 Walters, not out ? 0 One wicket for ? 51 QtTEcnsLAVD.— Firsr Innings. Cooninghani, k Ne«ell, b M-Kil-fain ... 151 81*1)0110611, c Donnan, b Newell ... 65 M'ltonsM Ibnr, o Rowell ? 0 Bradley, run out .'. ? 2 Lewis, b Bowel ? 0 M'Glincbey. run out ? 12 Atkins, c Kelly, I. Gool.l ? 11 Hoare, b M'KSbhin ? 6 Chapman, runout ? ** Creswick, c M'Kibbin, b Donnaa ... fr O'Brifo, not out ? .4 ?- ~. Sundries ? 6 Tot...
CRICKET. Whitton V. Warangesda. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
CRICKET. Whittoa t. Worangesda. The above match was played on Saturday, 14th insL, on the ground of tlie form r, te autting in an ea»y victory for ihe viaiiora by an inuinte and 9 .lioa. Appended are the scores: — Whjttck. — 1st Innings. Sullivan, h Wallaw ? 1 Bams, c and 1- Bright .. ... 0 Prentess, b Wallace ? 16 Thompson, b Bright ? u Coufoy, b Wallace .. .. — 7 Guerney, b 'Wallace .. .. -.1 Doyle, « and b Bright ... ... 6 M'tnneP, b W&ll.oe ? 2 Barnes, not oat ... .. ... 0 Jacob, c Kelly, b Wai ace ... ..0 Nunn. b WalUce ? 2 Byes .. ... .. ... 3 Total ? 38 Second Innings. Sullivan, not out ... ... ... 0 Burns, run out ... ... ... 6 Pveniess, b Hart ... ... ... 4 Thompson, run out ... .. ... 0 Cuofoy, b Wallace ? 2 Guerney, b Wallace ... ... ... I Doyle, b Hart ? 0 H-iones, b Wallace .. ... ... 9 B me, cKunii, b Hart ... ... fi Jacob, b Bright ... ... ... 0 Nuan, bHait ... ... ... 6 Byes ? 8 Total ? 41 Waeanoesda AboBioUJAM.— 1st Inniuga. Hart, st. Prenless ... — ?- 19 Al...
THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
THE HAILS following are I le timeeol the arrivals an departure of mai'tt at and from the loca poet office. To the times of xrrivals has to Madded tbe time taknu in sorting :— HAiiSARarvE. From Sydn-y. Melbourne, June*, W\gg* Wagga. CooUmon, Grong Grong, DevUn'e Mding, dlbnry. Jjoggy I'TOeK, ana X.r.U, No. 3 at 1 1.45 vm. dai )? (Sundays exoepted), From Hay, Bringaeee, . Carratbo-l, Darling-«n, Yanco, and WTiitton, at 3.10 p.tn. daily (Sundays excepted-.' fvirrom JwilderBVlWa, Morpnduli, Ao. onTnefdaye, Thursdays, wul Saturdays, at 11,45 aim. . *? '? ? . FromDatlington Point, Tobbd, Gillenbah, 4c. -on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sunday* at 2 p.m. ? ? ? , From Book, Jaokaon'a Waterhcles, Bul »nbonsr, Birruco, &o. on Tuesdays and 8fiturday«At9.30p.m. * , From Uornoaali, Yarrabee, Onddell. io Mondays and Thursdays at 2p.m. , Fiom Mpynt Cryetol and Fyfe's Mill on Wednesdays and Satordarsat 10a.m. . Fro-nBareUan, Bolero, Bynya^oUnroohia Mumuledool,'Kouth Yalgogrin on Monday and Xiiur...
PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
PASTORAL AKD AGRICULTOBaL ASSOCIATION. The monthly meeting was held on Tuesday last at the Hoyal Alai. Hotel: Present Mr. 3, 3. Baylis, preside, t,' in ibe chairj alsu Messrs. u S. Donaldson, H. L. Culley.T. H. Elwin, G K. Faithful, McPhcrton J. Armstrdng and J. F. Wi lans (see). The Secretary reporied, in compliance with tht- instrnutionsof theConuniitec, he na ? written to Mr. Foulton, of Jerilde ie, and Mr. Kew awn, of yrftUH.naWngareoly if tbey would Mlinwith the eugges ion, about holding tri-aunual obuws. «ir, Wiilans Btated that be bad seen Mr. Foulton «t tbe Railway Biatiou, who informed - him that on a» kociation could noi do aDytbinj;i& the matter, as Mr Maokay, tbe Morctaiy, was absent for some time. sir. Donaldton thought the presence of a secretary was not necessary to dent with a tnutier of -his kind. Mr. Albert Muok, Dubbo, wrote asking for a programme of the last show. Mr. W. O.arke wrote, spoligiisuig for his absence. * Mr. Hi Maoniug wrote, tenderint! hiaree...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 24 December 1895
Marriage. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; RUDD—STEVENS.—On the 27th Novem- ber at the Roman Catholic Church, Nar- andera, by Father Gray, Frank Rudd, of Wagingoberembee, to Emmeline, second daughter of Mr V. Stevens, and n[ie]ce of the late Lieutenant Rye, R.N., Cornwall, England, and of the late Lieutenant Viv- ian Stevens, R.N., Cornwall, England. &nbsp; &nbsp; Deaths. &nbsp; BRADLEY.—On December 10 at Chanti- cleer, Maria Jane, dearly beloved wife of George Bradley, and mother of Mrs Amos Miller, Chanticleer, and Mrs John H. Goldsworthy, Narandera. Aged 61 years. Respected by all who knew her. FOY.—On December 13th, at Quondong Park, North Barellan, Sarah, beloved wife of John Foy, aged 25 years. The Narandera Argus TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1895.
Whitton. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 6 January 1899
Whitton. The New Year ha- come and hat been nuliered in with a rery Mid forebodinsr pro epect — a treat du.t Btorm came over Whitton at abont 3 p.m. on Sunday, and continued to blow all the evening and night ; it was very dark at times but we did not bare to light the lump* before the nsunl hour. _ To J»- - WelneeJij ) we «re having e tjle doot storm again, but there seems to be a oliange camin-r which, will moat likely bring rain. The ruin will not, at tbe present time, do much ffnnd in the matter of grans or cop«, but will be of great nee to fill tanks and dam. ; many settlers in the district bar inn to cart water from long distances to sare their utocfc. The contractor, Mr 3. H. Hanson, of the new Poet Office, is making great headway with the baildiutr and eip-ets to have it done within contraot time, after which he is to pruoeed with tb« erection of tbe new Court home and police barracka, of which he was also the succsKSfal tenderer. The many friends of Mr F. P. Peterson, lonal ...
Ganmain. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 6 January 1899
- Ounnaln. :. TBOSRBSa AMS.1OIATI0K. Anentinir of the Gaumaiii Progrsm Com mittee wan held in the Sehiiol of Ada on Fiiday U-t, Mr E. J. Mnore (president) being lo tbe chair. Tbere war* aUo artnant; ICeun J. Wbttlook, J. Proibero, E. H. Lenoo, J. Lyoau and the Morataryv T. WaUon. ? - . ? .'&maM of oorre«pnnd«noe «u mad by. Hie auoretary, amon^ the ilenu beiugm reply from tbe Pohlio Work.. D'partment to tha «ffwt that »l)e Miouter «w no reanon to alter bi« tbrmsr decUiuD with regard to tbe proponed tank; In faot, It w*r a point blank rafotiil to ooMttootlt. ' AUo « oommnnieaUoa from the ttailway -3oiiinUaioiien! re*peotiD(r plaolog keyt of gstM-of oraadng in a place oonreolent to tb? public. . . It wan reaolreil on tbe motion of Mr B. Xoore, MCOBded by Mr H Leoon, tbat the (Iprenimeat be ccqimted toolwir Ford Street to the railway station, «hd alto to construct ? bridire i-rar tb« ore»k, ?? now tbat the railway tank* are fall, any heavy fall tif nlu would block all tra&am...