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Church of England. A DAY OP SPECIAL INTERCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

Church of England. A DAY OF SPECIAL INTER CESSION. By command of the Bisho,, of the Diocese, Sunday, February 11th next, will be observed at S. Marys Church, Narromine, &s a day for special inter cession on behalf of the Empire, and also in reference to the war now being waged in South Africa' That day has already been appointed for the purpose by Arch-Bishops and Bishops ai nome. i.uo cpuuiai cci viuua win irci 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion ; 11 a.m., Matins, and solemn Litany; 7.30p.m., Evensong. Tbe special pnnlms, lessons, prayers and suffrages in the Litany appointed will be read. The Bermons during the day will have special bearing upon the war, and at night the topic will be ' Lessons from the War.' It is devoutly hoped that all- who love the Empire and our brave men at the front will endeavour to be preseut at these special services. A moiety of the offertories for the day will be devoted to the Patriotic Fund

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

Brief Mention M. Henri Gilbert, the energetio French* man, who IB walking round the world for a bet of £10,0Q0.iB at present in Mudgee. He iB not allowed te beg snd left France without o copper. From Mudgeo lie goes to Wel lington, then through Dubbo on through Narromine to Bourke and through Central Queensland to tbe north, where he will tak* boa^!f--i China, working hie passage over. Two coach horseVy dropped dead over tfudguemny the other' dttj Heat apoplexy vm the cuuee.' Alderman Gunning hod s '' walk over ' in he South Ward. * There is to be u contest in the North Ward, ho candidates beiug Messrs J. A. Draper and I. h. Whoeler. V A poll will be taken on 8aturdar week— tho 10th instant. A Mr Bambcr'e resignation as Council Clerk trill cause a v ?ce.ncy whiob the Council will Bnd hard to fill. Ms Bamber has rendered the Municipality good service during his oc cupancy of the office. The youth, Arthur Steward/'wlio wai charged «.t the local police court on- Saturday last, with ass...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

latest Jntelligenee ? 4 ? ? SYDNEY, Thunday The 'military authorities have in: formed the Premier that there are 25,270 useful rifles in the colony, 8000 being first-class. The Agent-General of New Zealand cables to Governor Seddon that the. estimated British losses at Tngela dur ing the fornight are 1400. The total British Iobb during the present campaign is 9000, including 2700 prisoners, and 350 .deaths from sickness. The enemy's losses are estimated to probably number 5600. The New Zealand Press is strongly urging the Government to offer 1000 infantry for active service. In South Australia over 1000 men applied for enrolment In the Bush men's Corps. Mr Wi6e emphatically contradicts the statement that he is to succeed Sir Julian Salamons as Agcnt:General. The Premier intends to leave for Tasmania ou Saturday. He will be absent a week. Mount Bischofi Tin Mine Co, car ried £67,000 during the past year A laborer named Mortimer was killed this morning at the Federal Wharf, being crus...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

Concert. On Thursday, the 25th January, a most successful fruit soiree and con cert, in aid of che local Wesleyan Church, eventuated in the Assembly Hall, Narromine. There was a fairly large attendance, and the evening's entertainment proved most enjoyable, the following programme being gone through in a very creditable manner : Chorus, ' Hear the trnmyet,' Choir ; soug, ' Genevieve,' Mr Emery ! song, ' Alice, where a'rt thou,' MiBS Gun ning; song, 'Bid me to love,' Mr. Maxswell ; recitation, ' Curfew Bell,' Miss Whitford ; violih solo, ?' Last rose of summer,' Mr. J. Elliott; song, ' A night with the baby,' Mr. Atkinson. Aft-T a short interval »he the second part of the programme wa» prooeeded with. Soug,. ?' Sous of Britannia,' Mr Hogan; song. ?? The 6cng that reached my heatt,' Miss Elliott; song, 'Because t love you,' jlr Maxsweli ; duet, ' Christian Martyr,' Mrs Lund and Miss Shumaek song, ''Gipsy's Naming,' Miss G. Everingham ; song, ' The girl in a pinafore dress,' Mr Atkinso...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

HAVING 'Severed His. connection . with; filFP-ITHS; EOS., begt to aummuee to Hie Public .that, be .has now . (JonimoiiCtfni ,J, Business oa liie. Owu, .Ett. ' ' Bedrock ? Prices for Toas of Sterling Quality will be His Aiiii' ./;?' ' Brlsbajne-street^; Dubbo, * fN tiia,nking,tl)B.pHbJic..;ii-j|(!Her,i^ for. the verv.liher.-Jmann.pl: in .rvhicU-thr-y LaFg^csttJwed^tieir.ffafj-onaga fnr+hu-lust year Intake this-Opuoituiiitv .if oSeriugtlierit'ttWQRD'-OF'AOTiCjS. ' .-????.-?. ? . -?'?'. Ai diopa.osent tiine'j-'eu ated^nbtlres-imare -of the* &Wful results occasioned ' by.-r/.tiiat.T.Sreadful ,uiii)ady- ..?? ?. - - ;^HE-VETji0NIC-.-PLAGUE, -' I Also jojx;_ are-aware of the' Etiiifile&b caution taken- by -the Public Health I * ?' Officers 'aud Others-' ro: 'guard against it tprtadiDg all ? I NW, if; yon -v.v.-.ii! take ?- prccantii.ms. io step such .a.lerribje matauy from I spi^aJiDgafid'bocOulifig a plague in-jtown »- I .: ?'*'??' ? ? ? . -- , |. . - ;. .%-,:* /--... I 35...

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

9ublhked ?--:- 1 '.. liVERY FEID&r ' HORNING. Has a Ii^eoe and Daily Ikcrjeasing ..~~ CiHOCDATJON ;~— '-'' ,-...-, Ilk QVA»TKK, I- ABVAKGE1 ^ - _._4 ..?- . ' . . ,? . ? ' ? p . ! .)'EB''QttABl»fr* BOOKED,'' '-'t'1 !Mti

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Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, FER, 4TH, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

Religious Service s. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SrjfDir, Fen. 4th, 1900. * Karri-mine — ?-30 p.m., Evensong. Ti'ar.eie ? II a.m., Mntins and Euchnriht ; 3 p.ni , Litany ; 730 p.m., : ;Ev«u80Ug. ; 'A Swindlo ' is tl-e name that ap : p--urs over the office door of a strug ?' gling lawyer in the city of Stratford. i-i v: A- friend of the unfortunate gentleman {;. -ft*»ir.;e, ti d \he advisability of his wiit *?_; 'jiii ? -ut his name in fall, thinking that :. Arthur or .Andrew Swindle, as the fr «'*-«! might b*, would sonnd better and i : }?Jk bi tter than the Significant ' A il^^j^byaubXe.'* When tbe lawyer, with te^*3in-'n h?H tys*, ^whisp^red to him W^ pivtjiis name iros Adaoi, the friend fe judcr*tood a. 4 -.-.as silent.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

Patriotism Patriotism A PUBLIC MEETING. WILL be held at the Cokusbcial Hotel, oh Movdat. FebhDab? 5, 1900. at S p.m., to oousidor the advisability of forming a com pany of ' Australian Horse.' All those who desire to be interested kind); attend. GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. Municipal District of Nan'oniine THE followiug Nominations have been received : — Foe Aldermen — North Wabd. Messrs' John Lboniud M'HEELEBand James AfirncB Dbafeb South Ward. AldbmwK GEOEGE ALFRED OUNN1NG ArwTOKS : Messrs Walteb OonE-- and Thomas MONTAGUE Dk.NTON. JAMES NELSON, Mayor and Returning Officer, Karronrine, Jan 3o, 1900, Wednesday, Feb 14. Draught Horses CMIli'«B €0 HATE revived instructions from Messrs. J. und A. Stevenwn, of Terra Bella and Essen don Part, toeell by auciion at the Corpora tion YardB, en Wednesday, February 1*» At 2.30 p.m. tlmrp, 16 HEAD TWBROKEN 4YEAR OLD COLTS and FILLIES, from their well known Swushfield Estate, Bothuret, These hone* bear the renowned and veil known JS over h brand, and fo...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 February 1900

Wedding Bells.   Mr Thomas Looby's homestead, at Bullock Creek, was the scene of a somewhat unique occurrence on Mon- day, the 22nd January, when that gentleman parted with the possession of two of his daughters, who were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony the contracting parties being Mr. P. Kearney, of Merton Plain, and Miss Nina Mary Looby, and Mr A. Rae, of Pine Grove, and Miss Nellie Looby. Needless to say the neighbourhood was EN FETE for the occasion, both brides and bridegrooms being highly popular and the whole countryside for miles around was represented. The well- known hospitality of the Looby estab- lishment was much in evidence, a sumptuous repast being provided, and the toasts and jests were numerous and well received. The Rev. Father Campion, of Parkes, performed the nuptial ceremony, that gentleman be- ing particularly felicitous in his nuptial speeches at the déjeuner. It will certainly be a memorable day for those who had the happiness to attend th...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Tenders Wanted '|7oR Fulling Dawn the Timber on 100 -*- Acres I*nd ? situated 4| tuilea from Narromine. T«nden to be in by THUBSDAY, 15th of KKBBUARy Apply, K. KKABSET. E. CAHir L. N*rroa»tot. Municipal District of Narromine APPLICATIONS for the position of Council. Clcbk are incited, to be sddreueil to and left with the undcnigaeit not later than 6 p.m. of 17th February, proximo. Applicant* to Ute age, ularr required, and (urniib refereueci u to character and capabtlitief. Speci6-»tion of dutitt can be obtained on appWine to me. JAMES NELSON, Major. Narromine, January 25, 1900. LOOK OUT FOR Parlor AND CO'S New Advertisement IN NEXT ISSUE. Mr. Walter Hawke, .' TEA'CHKft OK PIANOFOSTEaud 0R.SAN, ^PS^desireuft to make known thsit ho w* will commence with Pupils frjm February 20th. Roing an ex-ierienced hand, he guarantees every satisfac tion. ? An? iiifiMvnniinn rcquir. d will bj sajjplioj by Mr. I). Si-no'i, Narromine. TtHMJ ik'UKRATE. General Storekeepers antf Produce Dealers. The A...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Personal & Political. Mr Barton thinks there will bo no third Referendum. For which thought much thanks. The most tantalising thing abctnt the war in that after a b- vere engagement the British estimate the Boer losses at something like 2000. Iho How maice a wrotcneu aunussion tnat tnoy l--8t eight men killed and 25 wonndod The British should pa's a b.ll t-- make theBot-rs seud iu the retains on oath. Tho 'statistics of Slaughter must not be open to suspicion. ' Smiior ' Hal's, who is warcorres* ponding for a Coolpar.lie journal, writes1: — 'God send no Bneis that may take a fancy to put a hole in me, for since I hrvu b -en looking at our wonnded I get a cramp iu the stomach when 1 thiuk of war. What a character in a ereat ro manof-of war, ertntiiient-il intriques, diplomacy, European coi-spiracv, Km piTors, Kine« and subjects, would Dr. LeydH be. On- d»y lie is dininjr with an Enip-ror. he i« engitrinf; mercen aries for the Transvflal. Then we have him the contra! figure in...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Satzst Intelligence SYDNEY', Thursday Mr Barton says he expects to remain in Lon 'on between six and eight weeks and expressed the opinion that the Commonwealth will come into exist ence on 1st July. The' Lieutenant-Governor. , has re ceivrd a cable from Lord Roberts, stat ing that he had great pleasure iu per sonally welcoming lho N.S.W- fi-ld battery at CaD.etown. He also wished to express his high sppreciation of the potriotic spirit which. led Britain's fellow sabjects in Australia to. jeud Such a nseful workmanlike body of men to assist in the work of restoring peace, Order and freedom in. South Africa. Mr Barson,. before leaving Adelaide forwarded, to- the Speaker . his resignation. ? . : - Mr Reid reiterates his inteution of ? dealing with the'Governm^jitassoonaB Parliament meets for advancing money to Mr Barton fur -his trip to Eugland. ? A general southerly change through- . putthe colony since .yeste'rday.. ? . .' The Judgeship has -been offered to C. J. Hevdon! The latter...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Fatal Railway Accident [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Fatal Railway Accident Just as we go to press we learn that a railway accident occurred last (Thurs day) night, at Maryvale, when a Mr. McMillan and his daughter were run over by a train and killed. No details to hand yet.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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STRALING FROM A DWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

8TKAUK0 FKOM A DW LT.JKO. KobertliuameM VBK-bnrri with naming Stolen from a dwellirp, vie. BobinWs Hole!,, ou the 251 h Janu ary last, a Gladttom- bag nod & trmeU ling basket containing ft quitnritv of clothing, papers eto, the property of Marcos Dnlliunty. Mr AlcGllilin anni-st-orl inr »!,_ „„ — rj-- — ? -— »*-. «..i mi. cu^cd.^nd Mr Batnber wnt. piw^nt to watch the chbb on bohalf of tlie Pas. toial Finance Association, Sydj.cy. Marcus Dnlliunty; dopoHcd ; I Rm Inspector of Securities m:d tawHing agent for tbe Pastoral Finance Ass. ci atiov Sydney, and at prtwent rei-ide at Bobluson'e Hotel, Sarnmim.; i! came there about the 17th or 18th of I Jast month ; was occupying a room there on the 25th JanuBry ; had certain property there, con^tm* of a large G!»fctt»ebaK(UI1|ocfced) but fnetenerf ?Itb.°h». containing articles of wearing apparel and a number of other articles; tberewaE al«o a banket which I used »i dispatch bo«-«bout Ig inches long and 12 inches *id.., and about V lu...

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Police Court. Monday, February 5,1899. Before the P.M. ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Police Court. Monday, February 5, 1899. Before the P.M. ABDBTO IANGOAOE. Jotia Fcnton was charged with hav ing used insulting iBu^ongo to T. G. Marshall, on Sunday night last. Senior Conatable Stewart stated thaf the scooBod was given into custody by Mr Marshall. T.0. Marshall deposed: I an a oootmater ana rewen 8t Narromine! on Sunday night, 4th toot, a disturb ance oocorred at Mrn Lonie Smith's, and the aceaBed came along in front of my plaoe and nred the lanPnaKe corn* pUmA of. [Tfae language in unfit let publication;] The accused was fined 20»er sevan days in the lock-np.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

IN fond Bcmeuibrunce of Mia A. McLeod, vi Uo died lltli Iebecaev, 1699. Gone but not forgotten. . Inserted by lier loving friend, A. Cooper. itt mmm m«s , . . ? . AND . . TBANGIE ADVERTISER

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, FEB. 11TH, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ..:- Sunday, Feb. IIvh, 1900. St. jfirys, Narromine, 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion ; 11am., Matin aud Solemn Litany ; ^.30, Evensong.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

It is not safe to write much abunt the situation in South Africa, What is penned iu the morning may hare to be etiuck out in . the afteruoou. Like wiKe what is carefully tiguied out at midnight might bo falsified by bieakfabt time. The morning piess fell into such a trap the other day. One portion ot tne papers was devoted to much satisfaction aud pli Jisuvable comment on the libws of the British occupation of fc-pion Kop. In other portions of the papers was the second edition with Ihe staggering hediines, ' Spion Kop abandoned by the Britisli.' As we have had many vic tories followed by reverses, so we most look for reverses followed by victories It is all in the game of war as practised in Sooth Africa. Another thing that discourages comment is the cerpainty. that there will be a general and im mediate advance into the &oath°rn por tion of the Orange Free State, and this programme will interfete with calcu lations regarding evioy point in the campaign. Prc6snre on the sout...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Patriotic Concert [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Patriotic Concert On Friday i 16th insWnt, 'Narromine will be 'afforded 'ati 'opportunity of attesting its uiiBwerviiig loyalty and unbounded fltta htneut and admiration jot the Queen anil Empire, when a Grand Patriotic concert will be given in-ai i of tho New South Wales Patri otic Fund. I1 's somewhat reinark ] abietiiat notwithstanding the flourish I iitg fnartial trumpets attending the j inaugural cerem my 'of -establishing a ! branch of the fund the gross subscript tious to date are all loo disproportion ate to the immense- onthuaiasm mani fested on tho occasion referred to. Our total gubscriptious to date are somotbing like £16, a sum which has been eclipsed in nearly every hamlet in the colony where a branch of the Patriotic Fund exists. In the oircum stauces we are p'eascd that -the inhabitants aro to have a chance of deriving a little pleasure, and at the same tinio coiitributing to our small quotn of subscriptions to dutu. The i concert iB iu capable : bauds, ami ju-igiug ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Australian Horse [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Australian Horse In response to an advertisement in our lust issue a public meeting was held at the Commercial Hotel lust Monday evening, for the purpose of enrolling volunteers to form a Half Squadron of Australian Horse at Nar romine. Owiner to our representative having to attend the ordinary Council meeting the same evening, we have had to obtain information from one who attended for a report of the meet ing. It appears that a small but de cidedly enthusiastic g&thering resulted and withontmnch ado it was unani mously resolved that a Half Squadron Australian Horse should be formed at Narromine, and the reouieito number has now been enrolled. Thn rules relating to the matter had not been received from headquarters, but we have since been handed ' by Mr. T. Den ton, a copy of the rules, and a letter from the Chief Staff Officer, ?which are appended. A perusal will Tepay all tboB9 centempJaiing jbra'rtig in the movement, It seems we have here abundance of material for formin...

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