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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

Brief Mention Mr Bambor has given the Council notice that he intends to resign hie position us Council Clerk at tho expiration ot one month from the 22nd iuBt. Constable Stewart has been promote 1 to the rank of ecnior constable . Constable SU-narL is a Worthy officer and we congratiilutc liiui on his promotion. The applications for colonial wine licenses at Narromine, which came before the Dubbo Licensing Court last week were refused. *#? Applications for the positiou of Council Clerk will be received up till Saturday, I7lli February. *?* Trooper Kilpntrick, the N.S.W. Lancer who fell n victim to a Uoer auibim!,, upnit his early dnys at Corartfjcry Station, on the Began, which place hie father thai owned. Among she names in the Sydney press, of those who contributed donations to the Bushmen's contingent fund, we notice (he following : — Mr F. Mack, £5 5s ; fc-trahorn Bros., Mungcry, £10 10a. Mr C. KieVs Mornllin won tbe Turk Stakes at the Canterbury Park Bacri on Suturdny lust, Nom...

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

Daring Daylight Robbery Sometime between the hours of 10 and 11 on Thursday morning, a daring robbery waa perpetrated at Robinson's Commercial Hotel, Narromine. Mr Dulhunty, who is representing the Pas- ? toral Finance Association, wss occu pying a bedroom at the north end of the hotel, and wnne be was absent (sitting on the Bench at tbe local court we believe) someone entered his room through the window and carried off a travelling bag containing a quantity of papers, clothing, &c. When the rob bery was discoverad the police were communicated with, and later in the day Constable Horetmann found on the bank of the river the remains of tho stolen property, wbich had bsen burnt to asbes. Fortunately Mr Dulhnntly, only the day before the robbery, placed all hie valuablepapera in the safekeep ing 'of a local 'bank. We understand that the police have a clue, and before this appears in print some arrests will probably be made. A humourist suggests that Australia should send a cont...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Police Court. Saturday. 13th January, 1900. (Before W. Kierath, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

Police Court. Saturday. 13th January, 1900. (Before W. Kierath, Esq., J.P.) G. W. Boll, John Doyle, A. Bel), L. Lawson, P. Ryaa, and P. Seawicker, were charged with playing at an nn lawfnl game on the premises of the Exchange Hotel. The whole of the cases were taken together. Defendants pleaded not puilty and were defended by Mr Bamber. Jamce Horstmann, sworn, deposed : I am alconstable af police, stationed at Narromine ; on Friday 12th inst., at half-past five wan passing the rear of tbe Exchange Hotel, Narromine, of which G. Bell is the proprefcor ; saw between twenty nnd thirty men in tho yard of the hotel ; they were formed into a riug; some of tbe vacn were leaniug- up against the eide of tbe building ; in tbeeentie of tbe ring I saw Doyle spin np two coins ; I then went to tbo rear of the ntables of tlio hotel and saw each man now before the Court throw np two coins : they were pennies ; at the same time I saw men banding one to the other something which I took to be money ; G...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

The Patriotic Fund. The following list of subscriptions to the New Sonth Wales Patriotic Fund from the Narromine Branch has been duly acknowledged by the hon. treasurer:— W. O'Neill £3. A. Walker £2 2s, T. Bragg £2 2s, Rev. F. J. Harris 5s, M. Dunr £1 Is, D. Mac kenzie and employees £1 Is, J. Mont gomery 5s, S. Ring £1 Is, Finn and Campbell 2s, J. L. Wheeler 5s,' G. Smith 10s, Dr G. H. Rowlands £1 Is, Kierath and Nelson £2 2s, Church of England collection Xmas Day £1 SB Total, £16 2s. The local list is still open and the treasurer (Mr M. Dunn) will duly acknowledge donations.

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

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Mouday even ing. Present : The Mayor (Aid. James Ne'son)andAldermen Walker, Kierath Gunnins: and Smitb. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Council Chambers, 22nd January, 1900. James Nelsen, Egq., J.P., Mayor, Narromine. Dear Sir, — I beg to tender you my resignation as Council Clerk and will be pleased if you will bring same be fore the Council to-night for its ac ceptance one month from date. J. A. BaHBER, Council Clerk. Narromiue, January 9, 1900. To the Mayor and Aldermen of Nar romine Council. Gentlemen, — I faav« been instructed by the Loyal Orange Lodge, Narromine to apply for the use of the Council Chambers ns a piace of meeting. The meetings are held once a month, and usually last from 8 till 10 o'clock. Trusting to meet with your favorable cjDsideration. I remain, Yours faithfully, B. J. Kiko, Hon See. Department of Justice, Sydney, 8th January, 1900 Sir, —...

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THE BOER WAR Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

THE BOER WAR (BY CABLE.) Thursday. General Culler cables that Sir Charles Warren was in the same position on Tuesday, with thi« enemy about 1409 yards to the front. The Boeis are occupying a higher positiou, approachable only across bare open slopes. The ridges held by Warren are too steep for the guns. The British howitzers and field artillery are shelling the Boers from the lower levels behind infantry. The British have the advantages of position, and their guns are searching the Boer trenches. The enemy's artillery is not doing much damage. Boiler decided to attempt the seizure of Spion Kop on Tuesday night. The Boers admit that their casual ties during the recent fighting were heavier than at Colseno. The Boers crossed over Portugese territory into Rhodesia. Portugese artillery las been sent to prevent any farther breach of international Jaws. Lord RoBeberry says the present war in many respects is the tuott for midable England bos tver undetinlun, and that the t vents of the sr...

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Tomingley. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

^omingley. (From our correspondent.) Things generally have settled baclc iuto the old groove after the holidays, j Want of rain made the outlook some- 1 what gloomy at the beginning of the year, bnt the downpours of Friday and - Saturday brightened matters up j considerably. The new 10-head battery on tue John Norton mine is now in lull swing and Crowhnrst's battery will start next week. It is to start on a parcel from Dwyer and party's mine, aJ joining the John Norton, f ter which 90 tons of the firm's stuff is to go through. The gold returns from this field dur ing the past year were very satisfactory and are as follows— Crowhurat mine. 435 tons for a yield of 824os of smelted gold ; public crushingfl at Crowharsfcs battery 190 tons for 170oz. It ib with much regret that I report tho departure of Mr Thomas White, general manager of the Myall Co. Mr White, though not a man to push him self under public notice has succeeded in gaiug tbe esteem and goodwill of all for while he has sh...

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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday' [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

%ati$t Intelligence (BY WIRE.1) i~; SYDNEY, Thursday At (be Premiers conference it wbB agretd that i lie sals lies «f State Gov ernors bu reduced, but decided not to recommend any altx ration in (he method of their appointment*. The Premier leceived a table from Sir Julian Salamous announcing his intention to resi»'- the AgentGen»ral ship, for personal »iid private reasons, in April. The troopship Surrey arriV' d at Adelaide last n;ght A cablegram received by the New -Zealand Government states that about 110 fatliH liave, occurred from disease in Ladysmith, tinee the beginuiiiu of the year. Tin costs of the contingents already si tit from New South Wnlts its estimated «t £325.000. Thiee more dtulhs have i ccui rt-d at Noumea from the plague. At the inqui'Gt on (he Buuibeiry tragedy evidence war given (hot Ellen Schuave.1 quarrelled uith her husband. The latter procured a gun, the wife locking herself in a room. He (lien broke the « iudow and tUut lnr through the hi art, deceased mot...

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Inquest [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

Inquest An inquest was commenced ou Tuesday at the Court House, before Mr. Dulbunty, coroner, and a jury of 12, on the body of a man named George Roberts. The jurymen empanelled were : — Messrs. G. W. Barlow (foreman), J. Elliott, J. Smith, D. JcPhee, E. Cabill, E. Tyler, F. Moore, J. B. Pat terson, G. D. Ritchie, — Duncan, and — Beuton. She jury were taken to Healey's Hotel to view tbe body, and afterwards driven out to where the body was found. Sub-Inspector Cameron conducted the case for the police. John Hargrove deposed : I am a carter and reside at Narromine ; I was ont in the bush ou Satnrday after noon last ; I saw two little boys in the bush ; they told mo there was '' a blackfellow lying dead just over there;' \he boys took me to where I saw ths body of a man ; I came in and repor ted the matter to the police; the body was brought into town on Sunday and taken to Healey's Royal Hotel ; did not know deceased ; the body was in an advanced state of decomposition ; from its app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

HAVING Severed His connection with GIFFITHS' BOS., begt to announce to tlitj I'ublic that, bt him now Commenced Business on His Ov»u, Etc. bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality will be His Aim. Brisbane-street, Dubbo, A Tijial Solicited 1 TI1LY WRBHiNG *J?N Uiankinp the puMle in general for Vlie vrrv liberal nunnrr in which they ,sdt»' lia*e brslowad Ilieir patronaR-* fortlie last year I take this Opportunity ..f offering tliein a WOUD OF ADVICE. At the paeaeut time tou ftre doubtless aware of the awful resells occasioned by that dreadful miilady THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. A?so you are aware of trie strictest caution faken by tlie Public IIcal;h Officers atid Others, to guard against it tpreadiiig ? Xow, if vou will ialte precautions to stop such a torrib'o msladj from spreading and becoming a plague in town 1»^ careful of the Goods yon Purchase or allow into vonr bonsr-, niii? Always make it n practice, to Huy Nice, Clean, New, Fnslnonable Gooiih, jjot Ueuin--i»-ts of Travellers* Sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

9ublhked ? EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. Ha* a Laimb aho Dailt Inckkasixg — CntctiDATiotf — i dubscripticn: MB QWBTBB, Jf ADVANCE PEB QCABTEB, BOOEKD,

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Our Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

Our Boys. How proud are we to think that they, Australia's hardy sons, Have left our land to join tho band, To fight amidst the guns. There are hearts no doubt that are aching, Kind friends that are always the nunie, Bui proud should we be, to think o'er tbe eon, They are fighing for honor and fame. There are many anxious mothers, That feel the blow full well, But the post of duty calls them, Comrades and churns farewell. We know tb-?r ore only bushmen. Healthy, hardy sons of toil, Used to heat and dust, and labour, But you Bee their hearts were loyal. And we know there is strength and grit in them ' In our midst they bare their homes, And many the cheer from friends so dear, They carry with them where they roam. ? And if in that far off TrauBT&al land, For kingdom and country they full, We'll stil! think the same and honor the name '' Of the Narromine boys one and all — ' MIKEBVA,' Stiroaane,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 January 1900

£ SPOUTS Under the Auspices of tho JiOyal Queen OF THE West JiOdge, M.U., I.O.O.F., NARROMINE, Will be held on — A&JUE& 46, 4900- - OPENING HANDICAP. Dutsnde 100 Yards First Pries, £1 ; 2nd, 6s. Entrance, 1/6. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, Distance 125 Yards, let Prize, £5 ; 2nd, 208 ; 3rd, 10s. Nomination ??,' Aoteptaniie', 1b 6d. MEMBERS' BAGS, Pittance 100 Yardn. Trophy (presented bj Q, W. Bell, Esq.) ? KomintttMk 1*. Acceptance la. SACK BIOS. Oirtue* CO T»rd». Prize, 10s. entrance, le, THBOWWO AT THE WICKET. Prize, £1. Entrance, is. BICYCLE HANDICAP (3 laps) about 1 mile. Fint Prize, 30e ; 2nd, lOe Entrance 2s 6d WHEEL RACE (6 tap*) about 2 milcB. Fint Prize, £5 ; 2nd, 20b ; 3rd, 10*. Nomination, 8* | Acceptance, Is _d. AMATEUE BICTOB HANDICAP, 2 Laps. Trophy valued at 21a. Nomination, Is 6d. HANDICAP HOP 8TEP AND JUMP. Prize, 10.. Sntrance Is Nomination lor Opening, Sheffield, and Member* Handicaps, and also 1 and 2 mile ?nd Amateur Keyd* Baes* to be in the handi of tbo S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

': LtiOK OUT Wl * f |: I i &Wf parlow & Go's New Advertisement Next Week. -,-' . . 1 ^ ? ; ? __ k RADICAL CORE EFFECTS. (See SyJney 'E-:,',i-ig AVcw,' Hl'-j3S.) (bv oi;n Kiwis.!, rtEPonTEE.) J!rs r-(islil-y, oF (SU C.-ov.-n.etfebt,, Sydney, haviag lieuu unicd of A Oancorous Gomplisation of aihnunta l-y Clemen tb Tonic, nul Uiis having cpme tu our cars, our iep'irtcr was spuuiaily Oiimmiaiu.neil to wait nu tliat Uily aud uhtaiu from l.or own lips a dcULiicl , account ot licr wise Wrs. Busiiby received ihe nuu-sjiapnr inmi most l.iiully. '' I eliuulil imiee-i bo nugiaie iai,' eIiu uUted, ' if 1 u-jUili-:til from lliu woil.l ibc wliulc history of n.y illness uud tow I Was Entirely Cured by Clements Tonic, after trying in vain Ciany rrind.lii-B am) lilaiiy (loutois, who gai'C do up .as iiicin-^liloj in fact, I liavc/iflc'i Oioiight nf writing Io ilio ji'jiera niyeilf about it, will) ilio hope that otiier woiucil, who ars suffuiiiig asi did iur years, ir.Llil know how ? C...

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Wool and Produce Report [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

^ feeport JForHlie Weot.Endiagf Jauuarj^, 1900 The Austa^iasjan 7;IVlQrigagp aod Agency Oo.^-Tjtd ; Julia ^Bridge and Co., Ltd^ ; DalRi ty jahd^Co., Ld. ;, Gpldsbi'dugh, IJoi'ii, and Co', Ltd; Harrison, J6ije.--, and! Devlin', 'Ltd. ; Hiil, Olirk, %nd Co. 5 New Zealand Loan nnii Jletcantile Agency Go., T.iXj. l}.;i.t^.^) '\.-l - ? ii _ ?-.* _ ... ? ' j.;L' I iwii , i HM,unii nuance jissuciaiion, ]_£d. ; Winclicombc, Caison, and On., Lti.; Wyly, Treuclnvd, andOo; J. 0. Yuuig jud Go , report US follotrBr ?; WOOL. Though ni.'y 12.899 !i;i!es w«ru Offrtf «i LlUB «'jm:Jc iKil !;,;??? ::!!.lihf.ol.., a liug-i cjiiii.iiit- liaVng1 iiiiii, -nvt'i-i'-nw.) vfiio uiHi'kbt b JTure.! M.iurnif'!1 i(-lnjj-o a i.i pi-iiies nr« now Ij^cr bv.Hd i-. 2|-ipuHb -hjii before ili- Cilriar.n.a. Jiolidiiys, iiiifrifir.aiiduiiKkiiii'd jiircuin f *ein:a I ho fill. i.-ffajr. ,if tii-i ia 1. 'I'll ? Lo:id 1 imuirket asVhown by i|iuci-ui-u of sali'S at the. January i*fi s is rrs poDSible f(T the -6'uiiip. tltr-i'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

t TUB lt»iar(ifiPsl!isi?aiteeCo OF NEW ZEALAND 0AT1TAL ... £1,009,00 Insurance Against Breakage of ? Plate Glass. SPECIAL LOW TARIFF. All information will be girea c application to P. HERBKRT, Bnilder, Erohango Hotel, Narromine. 0. MOULANG. WATCHMA.KE1. JgW^LLEE AND OPTICIAN. Waton.es, Clooki, *nd Jeweller Repaired. Wedding Rings Keepers and all Kin of Jeweller/ Made to Order on The Premises. ELicrionuriNO avd Oitoisa. Specs Bspaired, Pipes Uonnted, Eugrmring, Eto., All Work at Prioe Consistent wit Good Workmanship. Briny all your old gold and get i re-mado. D. KOULANQ, ' The Arcade,' Opposite Assembly Kn'l. Mr. Walter Hawke TEACHB2 OF PIA.N0F0STE and 0EG1.N, WILL be convng to Narromin early in February, and i liosirem to make known that he wil cammonoe with Papjig from the dat of his arrival. Being an experieuCei hand, he guarantees every satisfac tion. Any information required will b supplied by Mr. LI. Simon, Narromine TgRMS MODRRATB. MISS McCLYMONT, FASHIONABLE DRESS MAK SI COST...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

Beath. HOENE — At Cherryville, noar Nerromine, on the 28tb January. 1900, Edith Florence, only daughter of imucaaud EMItY HOBKE. Inserted by her loving paronfi. JU HRKOMIHfi IEWS AND TRAHGIE ADVERTISER

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THE BOER WAR THE WEEK'S NEWS. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

THE BOER WAR ? ♦ ? THE WEEK'S NEWS. (BY CABLE.) Friday. Heavy firing was heard at ijaay smith on Monday. It is supposed General White was making a diversion. The Boers are pressiug the siege with greater determination. They are erecting more guns and strengthening their fortifications. Six Boer camps are visible between Ladysmifb.and Potgieter's Drift. It is officially antionnoed by the War Office, thut Warren's garrisou on Wed nesdnv night abandoned Spion Kop, which the British surpridrd aud cap tured the previous night. The news of the abandonment of Spion Kop has given rise to intense disappointment in England. Consols decliued 10s. Mr. Winston Churchill, the special correspondent of the ' Morning Post' reports that when Sir Charles War ren captured the first line of tbe enemy's trenches 200 dead Boers were found. Lord Roberts has engagsd as a scout Burnham, of Matabeleland fame. Saturday. The garrison and residents of Lady smith are buoyant. The town is im pregnable, aud there i...

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NIGHTINGALES FOR THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

MGHTIKGALE8 HOS THE WAB. By Friday evening's mail a large parcel of ' Nightingales,' for ubb in tlic South African War were des patched from Dubho station to the secretary of the nighttugalu collection movement (Mrs F. J. Waller, Parra matta). The parcel was consigned by Mips P. Rod da, McPhail, on bebalf of the contributors. CBOWN LANDS SALE. A sale of Crown Lands was held at the Lands Office, Dnbbo, at noon on Wednesday by Mr. H. B. Copeland, Crown Lauds Agent. The following, conntry ? lets on Mr D. Camerbn'n Buddali Holding were sobmitted and knocked down to Mr D. Cameron (the only bidder) at upset prices : Portions 34, 53, 64 (area 200 acres— 92 acres 2 roods snd 43 acres respectively) at £1 7s 6d per acre ; portion 21 (640 acies at £1 10s ; and portions 35 and 37 (52 acres 3 roods aud 13 acres 1 rood 30 perches respectively) at £1 5s per acie all in parish of Buddab, county of Narromine. SPORT. A very succrsuful day's racing was held on the old racecourse on Anni versary Day. M...

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Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

Personal & Political. It is now feared that the gat risen nt Ladysmith will have to cnt its way ont. This will be the most unkiudest cut of all. If you see a dead rat in Adelaide you are not to touch it, but repot it to the police. Yoa mustn't have rats in Adelaide. Lord Beauchamp is now known as the ' absent-minded Governor.' His society subjects in Sydney seldom see His Ex. It is said it will be His Ex-it before long. The first of the second contingent to succumb was Trooper Cox, a son of M.L.C., who was laid low by pneu monia at Adelaide. Victorian patriotism id not being transmitted into coin. Southern sub scriptions to the Bushmen's Contin geut Fund heve been few aud far between. Walter Hall, the Monnt Morganaire who gave £5000 to the Bushmen's Fund, woe once a coach driverin Wes tern New Sonlh Wales in the days of the diggings. . He waB recently wor ried because he could not find buitable ifivestment.for a surplus of £350,000. Pity the miseries of a millionaire. Kipliu...

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