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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Tiie Testimony g? Prs. MARGARET HAWKES, Accoucheuse, Cuttriford, near Sydney. (I31VEN TO 1IVU KBrul:TI'.K.t Our reporter rcui-ntly iiiul wil'.i Mi* Margaret Jiuwkos, ai-raiiK-h-iiae an:' m-r (?. 'near Ouilfifnnl Station |N..S.\y. ), v/liu' .nl ministers to the wonis of-lliu ili.-l.rit.-t.. ji'F. llawkes is wellkiiuwii ail 1 ({? cully liki'l the whole country round. Kim iu. ii--il uii reporter most affably- and s:iii), ?* I Jmvo RcpeatedSy Recosvim-a^'Jecl r.):4 prcs'-rihed Clements To:iii- :ur »nj pa k-iits, inn! ilcurtainly wnr.ir'giea kr.ulit ii: every ~c.'i5e vlicvu 1 :uU i ed Hi- '-m*. .' have iiivaii lily foui;il,' the chUliiiuiii), ** CleineiilfT'iiii t-.lip anrl particularly useful in ie.-!'iinrj t\r, tireuylli of lailiis after (lioii- ruiiliiii-iiirti'.s Tl-.c xyatoin tliuu jb much »™.koi:«l, .m.i U- ncgloot to. give a restumtivc is n t.Vxi'rfis mistake. 1M6ie I lw.-Hine -.n.iju.iiiitc.1 v.ii! the benefits -to' lie dur.voil fr- in ll'e r.:;c oi CIvmciitB Tonic I tiitd ;uyiy ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

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Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Personal &' Political. . Don't be dtpi^Ffcd over an insig nificant, debt iurcje is the gnytstof the cond'nFijtP, yet, it owes £6,000,000,000 io the money leudirs. The railuny sectitn from Port Augusta (S.A.) 'to Coolp;:irdie which West Australia wishes tbe Common wealth to construct will cost from four io £ve' millions. The other section (-o complete the ii&us-contiueiiial scheme) is from Cobar to Broken Hill ?via Wiicanu'ia, ': T!ie quality of the leather supplied the Australian. troops iBdeclared to be had — iu some cases bs brittle as card buard. Yet we expect onr braves to give the Boers a belling. We bave a lot of Fiekening clap' Imp about traitors and disloyalists 111 the -civil service. So far a petty con stable has been visited with tbe wralh of the Iufipector-General. When Eng !:sli statetmun like Mr. John liorliy, Sir Edward Olaike/Q.C, exAttornrv Gi-neial, nud a host of others dehounoL' the wafj surely an bumble Britisu sub ject in Australia might question...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Absent—minded Beggar. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

The A^uat-iainded Beggar. Id response to many requeBle . we print the following poem, by Kipling: — TVhen jou've shouted ' Bulc . Britunnia ' — VfUen you've BUng-3od Save tUo Queen— ? WfenyonVe finiehed killing Krugcr intli Jour mouth— . ? Will you kindly drop a shilling in niy little tambourine .-? . For o gentleman in Itlmrti ordered south P flc- nn absent-minded beggar and 1i)b wcakneescs are great, But we and Paul must take him as we : find him, ilt is out ou active terrier- wiping something oft the elate, And he's left a lot o' little things behind * liiin* ? ' ? ' DuVe's son — coot'e son — son of a hundred ? kings— - (Fifty thousand borse and foot going to Table Bny !) Bach of 'cm doing his couutrj's work (and who's ? to look after their tilings !) 1'nes the hat for your credit's sake, and pay— iwj— pay- There we ch9b be ttarried secret, aeHng no ?perniieeion to, . . Jot he ,k»ew lie . wouldn t pet it Jt lie oia. There U gas and . coals iand \ittle6, and the house reutfal]iu^^...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. Saturday. 13th January, 1900. (Before W. Kicrath. Es., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Police Court. Saturday. 13th Jonnary, 1900. {Before W. Kierath. Es.. J.P.) C. Concdy,'for using indecent lan guage iu Dandaloo-Btreot, pleaded guilty and was fined 10s or 48 hours. Fine paid.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

latest Jntelligenee (BY WIRE.) ? ? ? ? SYDNEY, Thursday Robert C. Moore, au accountant, of the Equity Trustees and Executive Agency Co., Melbourne, has beeu ar rested on a charge of embezzling £407. The Bushmen's contingent fund has reached £20.200. The Victor. an Government bis re solved to form a Bushmen's Corpp. Applications for enrolment iu tbat colony number 1500. At a meeting in Adelaide it was unanimously resolved that South Aus tralia should co-operate with the other colonies in the movement. Before the departure of the troops Mr Lyne, Sir John Forrest, General French, i-ajor Knight and others ad dressed thum. The Ministers said that in the event of any men being killed or wounded their wives and families would be looked after by a grateful Government and generous people. The Moravian cleared tbe heads at 6.30 p.m. The Surrey has not yet completed loading, and it is doubtful whether it will be able to get away be fore Saturday. It is admitted on all hands that the demonstrat...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Larcknt. John Council wa* charged with stealing certain articles, the property of G. ITcndei'Rou. lieniy Stewart, sworn, deposed : I am a Constable of police and resident Narromine ; on Friday, 12(h instant, in company with Constable Horstman I saw accused at Aitill's blacksmith shop at nbout 1 p.m.; I said to ac cused, 'Did you sell anything to Mr. Prentice at the fruit shop': he replied, ' No ' ; I thm asked him liad be been working thit morning for Proniice j be said, *' Who do you mean ? Do you mean ' Pop ?' ' I replied, '' Yes ' he 'replied, ''No, I never sold him anything'; I ihi-n siiiJ, ' Did you not Jell him a tin of cofiee aud a pair of lobbies '; he re plied, ' No, I never did ' ; I then cautioned the accused and charged him with stealing one tin' of coffw, 6 'ins of milk, 9 tins of 3am, lib of tea, lib of maizena, 2!b tobacco, 1 bottle sauce, 1 fi'e and cutter, 1 bit, 1 bar soap aud a quantity of matches (tin coffee, hohbles and maizena were recovered mid now produced) t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Timbriebongie [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Tiaibriebongie Harvesting operations have just about finished around here. Some fine crops have been harvested averaging from about 4 to ?5 bags to theacie. There are also fine crops of hay. Chaffcutting is now in full swing, and some splendid samples are to be seeu. Ram is badly wanted, as, although we have had a few thunderstorms within the last two or three weeks, there has been no rain to do any good Grass is getting short and dry, aud stock are in good condition. We have one volunteer for the Transvaal here. Mr. P. Buliock is having this week for' Sydney, where he hopes to pass all t.sts and joiu the Bushmen's contingent. A cricket match was playod on the local ground bstween Timbriebongie and Compton aud Bjiddah Lake con joined. Mot much iiiteeest was shown as nearly all the p'ayers were members of the local club. The match resulted in a win for the combined team by 45 runs. Following are the scores : Tim briebongie, 1st Innings, 56 ; 2nd In nings, 89. Combined, 1st Inniugs, 1...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE WAR Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

THE WA8 ? x ? .. : #- — ?= — -' ?? ?;. . nre cable.) ' Friday. ' The upper poutoon bridge which is being thrown across the Modder River to facilitate the advance of tho British division' :under Lieuleiiant Geueial Lord Mutbueu, is .nearly completed. ' ' Sensational particuijirs i.ave neeu feci-ivpd ?of the b tiaysil of Sir .William GatacruVi ' force : at ?iStormberg ou Decumbar 10. . ; ' After the guide had li d the force up to the Boer lines he pointed to their position, and eaying, ' There's yoiir enemy,' galloped off. Sir William Gatacre drew his re volver and shot the 'guide twice, say ing, ' You've done me — you go first.' Tlie General cried like a child, ex claiming, ' My poor boys !'.. * ? ? ' Saturday. It is 'officially reported tlin* «t tlie 1 — ?-- — c_i — jj^-iiiin is» olb'ceiK were killed, including Colonel W. H. Dick Cuuyngham, of the Gordon High landers, the Earl of JUa (eldest, son of tbe Marquis of Dufferiii) Major It. S. Bowen, of the King's Royul Iliflo Corps, Capt...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

DON.T BE GULLED BY BASE IMI TATORS. THE BLBE STOKE it conducted by BEHEYMAN & DENTON. Through Our Success our ideas are being copied by others with the objncl of receiving tlio public Through satisfaction hundreds' of p ople recommend others to the Blue Store. Don't let your friends be deceived, but when recommending them inform lhoro to look out for the name BBKRYMAN and DEHTON and they ?Bill be on the right track for Superior Good6 ul competitive prioee, for se curing their requirements from tho largeBt and beet assorted Stout in Nurromioe for doing business with a firm who conducts business on the most liberal and up-to-date principles.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cheap Bread at Trangie. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Cheap Bread at Traneie. We understand that a new bakery has been smarted at Trangie, and the price of ttie 21b loaf reduced from 3d to 2id. Messrs. Rogers and McKaj are tho proprietors, and we wieh them ill the success And su'pport ih'oy de serve for endeavouring to supply people with the ** staff of life ' at a reason able price. Boer Spies in Australia. Certainly the liours are past masters in the art of spying and tri-achery. Their little white flag incidents are becoming too monotonous to report, but their activity in the spying busi ness entitles them io a prominent notice. When Lord Roberts was pro ceeding to Africa to toko up his' position as CoLanmudirr iu' Chief aiuau j with a loaded revolver was found 1 Inrking near his cnbiu, and General White signals from Lndysmith tbat he haB the gaols full of spies bnt so far he has shot none, which may ba humane but perhaps hardly wise. The latest instance of Boer spy activity is a daring attempt to burn the Maori King,' the ship in w...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Tbon)aS Bdl 1 rt»tTiwn. Snared Hiu connection *im tnrrxvire- .Ma , .J.Mt in I BA?^LSn- *. !**«? *£ be : 1h« now Conduced I Bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality I will be His Aim. I Brisbane-street, Dubbo, A Trial Solicited Him wisms -S?N thanking the public in general for the very liberal mnnner in ?which they «S» have bestowed their patronage for the last year I take ibis opportunity of offering them a WORD OP ADVICE. At the paesent time yon are doubtless aware of tiie awful results occasioned by that dreadful mnlady THE BUBONIC PLAGUE, Also yon are aware of the strictest caution taiicn by the Public Healfl* Officers aijd Otbire to guard egainbt it spreading JSoyr, if yen will take precautions to step such a ierrible malady from Epriadiug aiid btcoming » plagae in town 6 Be careful of the Goods yon Purchase or allow into jonr hooee, and Alway make it a practice to Buy Nice, Clean, New, Fabb'.onabio Goods, uot Efwnauts of Tbavellees' Samples, which have beeu hankvd all over t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Published EVERT FBIDAT MORNING. HAB k LillOB 4ND DlILT IKCBKISINO — ClttCDDMlOH — tfubseriptien: PKB QCAliil-B. If ADVaKOB FEE QDABTE1. SOOXBD,

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Major Thompson will visit Narro mine, Trongie, and Warren about -he middle of February, for the purpose nf purchasing horseB for the Imperial Government. For particulars see nd vertisement in another column of this issue. .* ?? Great prrpnrations are beinj* made for the concert, fruit soiree, &c, in connection with the WesWan Church. Remember there are to be two even ings' entertainment — Thursday, 25tu, and Friday, 26th instant. Some of our boys have volunteered for service in South Africa, amongst* them being J. Charlton, R'Lcvett, H. P. Hussion. B. Monk, L. Perry, J. Milligan and F. Bullock. Mr Ellis, who was representing tho Singer Sewing machine here for some time, has passed the tests and is there fore a certainty. ?*? With the reBt of Australia's gallant sons who have gone to fight for the Empire, we wish them plenty of glory and a safe retort). . *?? That patriotism in Narromine hns not reached the white heat that it has in other places, is evidenced by the fact that...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

TANKSINKING. CprANKS taken. Estimates and «w measurements given. Te»ms supplied on the shortest uptice. All communications addressed to the 'NaiTomine Contracting Company,1' euro Narbomine News will receive prompt attention, Government Advertisement. Department of Lands, Sydney, lliih January. IT ;-, hrrrliT nolifUiUur imHic ivfonv.;-.inn limt SETTLliMJiKX LtAh): AltEA, Ko. 455, county of Eeiinrdv, parish of Hastings, within the Sale lesifecliolci afon of Opposite Derribong Holding, notified ]3lh December, 1899, will be REYOKKD, and will not be co dip available for Settlement Leafe ap plication on 25th JaiiU ry. 1900, as pre viously advertised. H. CUKKY, Sa-70 Acting Under Secretary. To Etatioa Owners, Eojj Tiappsxa, Ito RANGFORD'S ' DINGO DEGOY ' ?jl-S.tbe only article on the market «8 that will not decoy other animals and birds. It has been in use in Queensland since 1894 with good results. 'Sufficient quantity in each Bottle to set 300 dog traps. Under scientific tests it has dec...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Monday, January 18. (Before W. O'Neiil and W. Kierath, Esos. J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Monday, January 15. Before W. O'Neill and W. Kierath. Esqs, J'sP. John Connell was brought up on remand, and after the arresting con stable's evidence was read over, pleaded guilty to stealing one pair of bobbles, one tin of coffee and a packet of maizena. He was sentenced to 14 days imprisonment in Dubbo Gaol.   ASSAULT. Joseph Elliott, on bail, was charged with assaulting William Johnson. Mr Bambor appeared for the de fendant. Constable Stewart, deposed : At about 6.30 this morning Johnson   called at the police station and in formed me that he had been assaulted   by Joseph Elliott; asked him where   he was hit and he replied, "In front   of Elliott's butcher shop and this is where he struck me, pointing to a scar on his nose, from which blood was trickling, and to a bruise over the right eye: I said "Could you people not settle this by summons?'' he re plied " No, I'll give him in charge"; I then proceeded with pla...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 January 1900

Orange Blossoms. On Tuesday, 2nd inst, a very pretty wedding was solemnised at ' Almadale,' the residence of Mr Comber, when Mr Joseph Taylor was united in marriage to Miss Alma Comber. The ceremony was performed by the Rev F. J. Harris of Narromine. Mr Herbert Comber acted as best man, and Miss Nina Comber as bridesmaid. The bride was becomingly attired in a costume of light fawn cashmere and white silk, with wreath and veil. Her travelling dress was of dark fawn aud shot silk trimmings. The bridesmaid was at- tired in blue shot lustre and white silk with salmon roses. The presents were numerous, amongst them being : — Mrs. Comber, silver cruet; Mr. Comber, silver-mounted sugar bowl ; Miss Nina Comber, silver-mounted treacle jar ; Mr. Herbert Comber, large silver-mounted lamp ; Messrs. T H. and R. J. Powell, large eight-day clock ; Mr and Mrs C. Rice, china washing set; Mr and Mrs Neale, glass water jug ; Mr and Mrs A. Reakes, cnt glass butter basin and sugar bowl Mr and Mrs W Reak...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

To Station Owaers, Do; Ttappats, Etc- ''' IlAlfGFOED'S ' DINGO DECOY' SS the only article on the market that will not decoy other animals and birds. It haB be*n in obb in Queensland since 1894 with good results. Sufficient quantity in each Bottle to set 300 dog traps. Under scientific tests it has deooyed'dogs 200 yardB off tbeir usual pad. Testimonials from air parts of Quesnsland. Price of ' Dingo Decoy' 10/6 post paid Full particulars from Wilson, Macphbrson & Co., Sole Agents, Orange. Music. )jato of the Presentation Convent, Waggft) WISHES to iuforna the residents of Narromine and district that she intends to reside in Narro ini»eand take pupils for the Piano. Miss Meldrnm is a trained Certifi cated Teacher, having passed tlie 1'viuity College and Syduey Univer sity. Examinations. For terms and fail particulars apply to Mns Chakoler Opposite Church of England, Dandsdoo Street. . N.B. — First Quarter starts firet week Id February.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

Municipal Election IK pursuance of Section 46 of the Munici palities Act 18'j7 the following Aldermen and Auditors retire on the fith llcbruary next : — Nobmt W*nD. Ahdebman OHAHA.M SMITH. Soorn Wasd. ?? AhjebKas GEOEGB ALFRED QUITS ING AnniTou : Mebsjjs. E. 2. OAHILL & VT. BABB. Notice ia berebj given that an ELECTION ot CtmdidateB to the office of Aldormeti aud Auditors will be held on the 6 tli February Next, Nominations of eucti Candidfiles, in the pvescri ed form, will bo received bj me up to aud including Monday, 29th inst., On Tuesday, the 6lh February next, at 12 o'clock, at tlie Council Chambers, the hbdjcb of the caiulid'iteB pn-])O«ed for Die rcfpecli/c posilioiiB of Aldermen pud Auditors together with the names of the nominators will be publicly read by me. In the BTCiit of tbrar bping liogrcater num ber of candidates tlmn the number of Aldrr lhen or auditors to Jtte elected, I shall iliun and there declare the said purt-one to be duly ekrtfd. Shoulii there be n ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

£ 0. Ritchie, and Co, --. D. Bjtchie] CO. G. Cubitt AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station & Laud Agents, NARROMINB. Agents for Goldsborongh, Mort & Co. James Martin and Co's Agricultural Machinery, and Commercial Uaiou i'ire lusui'auoe Co. 'Vheat. Buyers for Bruntou & Co. i' l ).0;i)0 to Lend on approved security at from 4 per cut. 0. MOULANG. WATCHMAKER. JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN. Watche*, Clocks, and Jewellery Repaired. WedMing Rings K-epers and a'l Kiuds of Jewellery Made to Order on Tbe Premises. ELKcrnorMTiN'G and Gilding. Specs Repaired. Pi}«« Mounted, Eiigraviug, Iito., All Work Rt Price Consistent with G-ood Workmanship. Brin^ all your old g AA and get it re ? in id t). D. MOUIANG, ' Tlio Arcaie,' Opposite Assembly Hill. Mr. Walter Hawke, TEACHES OF PIANOFOBTE and ORGr-lN, WILL be com-ng to Xarromino early in Fob. uai-y, and i ? de-irem to make ktvwn th it he will commence with Pupi s from the date of h;s arrival. Being n 11 experienced hand, he guarantees every s...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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