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Satest Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
XaUst Jittelligenee ** (BY WIRE.) The Colonial Office is arranging with the Governor of Cape Colony to telegraph in future direct to Colonial Governments with regard to any cas ualties among tbeir contingents Ten thousand pounds has been cabled from Adelaide td London towards the Empire Fund. Fully 40,000 people witnessed yes terday's sport in aid of tbe patriotic aud Bushmen's funds. Francis Clarke, Percival Basche and Hugh Bridson are nominated for the Hastings-Macleay. A lad named James Murphy was committed for trial at Grafton charged with the murder of a boy named CyruB McFarlane. A petition on behalf of the Bneh men's contingent subscribers, signed by a large number of members of Par liament, was presented to the Minister for Defence, urging ? an investigation in regard to the selection ot officers, many of whom it is alleged ate totally* unfitted for their commands. A cable was received to-day stating that a big battle was raging between Jacubsdal and Bloemfontein. Lord Kitch...
Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, FEB. 25TH, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
tlelieiouB Servict s. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. ScKDly. Tub. 25tu. 1900. Narromine (S. Marys) — 7.30 a.m.j Holy Comoiuuion ; 1.1 a.m., Matins ; 7.30 p.m., E/ensqng. Mungeribar— 3 p.m., Evensong. Trangie (All Saints)— 7.80 p.m., Evensong. LentlN Services. Wednesday, February 28, being Ash WedueBday,:and the first day of Lent there will be services in Trangie and Narromine as follows: Trabgie— 7.30 a.m., Holy Com nmnion ; 11 a.m., Commemoration Service. Narromine — 7.30 p.m., Evensong
Cricket TIMBRIEBONGIE v. TRANGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
Cricket TIMBRIEBOKG1E ». TRANGIE. A match was playod at Trangie on Saturday last between the above teams arid Resulted in a win for the home Uam. Following are the scores : Trangie. — 1st. Innings. J, McLennon, b Cameron ... 4 A. Ryrie, bW. Ives ? 23 J. Phillips, c Perry, b McMahon... 42 W. Lindsay, b MclluLon... .. 56 Hull, bit wicket ? 16 Mclntosh b Cameron ... . 21 A. Foirent, c Light, b Bullock ... 12 C. Forrest b Bullock ... . ... 1 Solomons, riin out ... .;. 4 H. Moss, b Bulloik ? 0 Pattisou, rou cut ... ... ... 1 T. Sullivan, not out ... ... 2 Sundries ? C Total ? 188 Timbriebohgie — 1st Innings. J. Buttsworth, b A. Forrest ... 2 J. Perry, run out ? 4 W. IveF, b Phillips ? 4 H. Bullock, run out ... ... 6 A. Holland, rnu out ... ... 4 W. Bullock, b A. Forrest ? 2 G. McKillop, b Forrest ? 1 C&meron, c Mobb, b A. ForreBt ... 0 G Light. c and b Forrest. .. ... 3 G. Pirry, b A . Forrest ? 0 G. Baile ,b Fonest ... ... 0 J McMahon, not out ... ... 7 Total ? 33 2nd Innings Mc...
The Absent-Minded "Bookie." A TALE OF "THE OUTER" [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
P*e Afesent-Minded 'Bookie.' A TALE OF 'THE OUTER.' The following clever pirody ap peared on a reoaut programme of tho KenBinpton races : When at.laat you're backed a winner anil . haw yelled 'God Save the Queen !' It will Lsave a nasty flavor in your mo'itli If you httflpen to disuover that a victim you have hftcn To the gentlemanly ,»martv' of the South He'«au*b|ent.minded bookie, at bis creditors can state, And a Hadei p£ a job they 'have to find him, For W« in a enug bar parlor wiping some thing off tne elate Wilb the money of the ' niuge ' he's left be hind him, Cooi'e ion, dufce'i too, son of a hundred queens, Fifty ' balanced ' iporta on foot wending their homeward way ; I Each of 'em doing a gentle curie (but who's to recover tils ' brans V Put on the bag for the ' Credit Stakes,' and Lay — liay — Lay. It ii quite an open secret that of cash he can not brag. When, brazen 'y for patronngo he'dbH, He mtiy, .pcrliapa, have threepence, or a shill ing in the bug But it's ratUer l...
Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
Personal & Political. The Bcsbmen may be too late for the figbtiug. Tho third contingent should be known as the Town and Country company. Many fine bushmen'had to stand aside for city fed riders and shooters. The strong arm of influence agaiu. ' Emiler ' Hales, the captured war correspondent from Westraija was once on the staff of the ' Sunday Times,' ' Referee,' aud ' Dead Bird.' lie was a lively writer in those days, and one of Sydnev's best known pressmen. He is the author of a book of paragraphic pleasanti ies. He left Sydney seven or eight yeard ago for America, but uot succeeding he sought the goldfit-ldu of Wrstralia. He recently wrote tbat the thought of War gave him a pain in the stomach. As be was with Lambie when that luck Iush pressman fell with a bullet in his brain, ' Smiler ' will be more cheer ful iu the company of tho captives at Prrtoria. It was always thought, that Mr C. G. Heydon, Q.O., the new District Court Judge, aimed at a sent on the Supremo Cuurt Be...
THE BOER WAR LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
THE BOER WAR LONDON, Saturday, Kimberly was relieved by Gerierat French last Thursday. Tbe entire army responded iiiagnifit cently to Lord Roberts' movements} which involved heavy marching and obstacles iu the way of water snpply aud transports. Skirmishes and artillery fire, faflicfc ing losses on the retiring Boers, pre ceded the occupation of Jacobsdalj which was full of wounded, including a number uf Britishers from Rends burg. Prior to General French's arrival at Kimberley, tlie Boers fcVacuated Alexander's Fonteiu, which Colonel Kekewicb's forces are occupying. Kimberley frantically welcomed General French. Major-Geueral Clements, who re tired southward from near Colesberg did so iu order to protect Naaupoort. £e uday. The Boers retired prior to Majors General French's arrival at Kimberly, Tgn thousand Boers, under General Cronjd fled towards Bloemfontein. At Magersfontein they abandoned the trenches. The casualties were : one killed and. thirty woiinded. The British, couvoy o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
; G Severed His eonnectiojj with GIFFITHS' B0S-. tegt to i luonnce to the Publio that be b»s now Commenced ~'i- ? Business on His Own, Etc. ock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality r will be His aim. j -.. , ? ? . i i^' * ....- .....'.'? ' .' ^ ; Brisbane-street, Bubbo, h A Trial Solicited ' : p 5 I !??? P%^3 W&^P »- © ^* ' ' '' 'll^jmi. ~ ~ ' .UPi-.. fS - O : fl-'%3S^^^^ rH JHI Jlllli JL i:'..'.vj taggf w w#7^3 ^????UUIfc . ' . ^??Ill I r . ' i Jim ii i ill C^:] P^^ liwr mi IP f Th Principal Wool Centre in Australasia ? Total Sales in ADRtralnnia for laBt Season, SB&tfttft Bales, of nhicb ^,47,617 Balee were sold in Sydney. The great popnlariiy of tlio ydnoy alos 5s clearly evidenced by the rapid increase in the quantity of wool dealt with, the nniuber of 'Bales sold in i.hut market having more tbau doubled during the past ten yeari. alee held every week flnring the eaion by each of the under , raveationed Firms :— AjiB^ralasian Morteage and Agency Co, Ltd. K John Br...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
tn a little while the war in South Africa will be but a memory. It wilt then be regarded as a modern bubble of gipautic proportions, bnt a bubble all the same. And it will be referred to as a newspaper war, for had there been no telegraphs and cables and corrrspondents, the world would not have magnified the little business Grfat Britain and the Boers had on hand. Some years ago tbe news papers excited tbe popular mind over tlie possibilities of a world's war, and the most thrilling pictures were drawn of the coming conflict of nations The breaking out of hostilities in South Africa, and tbe apparently im pregnable positions held by the enemy and the malignant joy of the coctineu tal press at British embarassrnrntB, filled many with a fear that the world'* war wat within measurcable distance This was another reason why the trouble in South Africa powerfully affected the minds of the multitude. Bnt the outlook if promising for those who love peace. All the talk about a combination of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
r ' .Wanted Jfc Good GENERAL SERVANT ?BwfV&r the' coantryt For further particulars apply at the Ofkce ofr tins Paper. Wanted. -*, WAITRESS. Wages 12s per 7«9b Week. Also, female Cook, toages 25s. Apply, Mbs. G. W. BELL, Exchange, Hotel, Narromine. Public Notice. WE the undersigned, MoitRia Rogers and Fra or McKat, have this day dissolved our partner ship of fJouere and McKay, Bakers, Ac., Trahgie, by rnutuHl consent. The business in futare will be carried ou by Morris Rogers, wbo will rccriveall moneys due and pay all moneys owing by the late firm. . , ROGERS & McKAY. WitnesR, J. Mclntosh. Municipal Districi of Narromine APPLICATIONS for (he ponition of Council olehk art invite; to be »d dretied to, und Irlt with the undersigned, not later than 26th February, iuet. Applicants to state age, salary rfquirtd, end furnish references ae to character aud capabilities. Specific Uion of duties can be obtained on applying to me. ADAM WALKEK, ; Mayor. Narromiiie, Feb. 22, 1900...
ARMOY [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
ARMOY A correspondent writes : A meeting was to have been held here on Monday evening last, in connection with the late Harvest Home, but was postponed on account of Mr J. Riddle meeting with a severe accident on Sunday last which necessitated him being taken to the Dubbo Hospital. A WORD TO THE WISE. Inflammation of the eye is frequently caused by strong winds, and which if neglected will seriously affect the sight, particularly when the eyes are naturally weak. You have the never failing remedy in Rose's Celebrated Eye Lotion. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers throughout the colony. THE THREE STINGIEST Of course the following has no local significance : An exchange tells of the three stingiest men on record, The first will not drink enough water un- less it comes from a neighbour's well ; the second forbids his family to write anything but a small hand, as it is a waste of ink to make large letters; the third stops the clock to save the wear and tear of the machinery. All of t...
Patriotic Concert [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 February 1900
Patriotic Concert The concert promoted in aid of the Patriotic Fund was held in the Assem- bly Hall last Friday evening, and was a very successful affair. The hall was &nbsp; &nbsp; nicely decorated with flags, &c., and the general arrangements were com- plete and due to the energy of Messrs W. Cohen) (secretary), M. Dunn (treas- &nbsp; urer). Grainger and Denton. The attendance was very good and the efforts of the performers were much appreciated and liberally applauded. The programme was a lengthy one, and it was nearly 11 o'clock when the en- tertainment ended. The first item was an overture by Misses Meally and Meldrum, and was followed by the patriotic song, "When the Empire calls", by Mr Grainger and a chorus of children, being given in a very pleasing manner and was well received. "The last rose of summer", &nbsp; by Miss Lynch, elicited rounds of ap- plause, and in response to an encore the lady sang " The song that reached my heart". ...
Police Court. Friday, February 23, 1900. Before the P.M. KEEPING A DISORDERLY HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900
Police Court. Friday, IVbvnary 23, 1900. Before the P.M. EFEPJNOA BlgnpDEBLV HOUSF. Maud Smith wns chavpcd with kepp insr a house in Meiill a-F.treer, Kqito niinc, in a disorderly manner aud as a iirofhel. Mr R. J. J. Ryan appeared for the defendant, and Mr Solomons for the police. Henry Stewart, depoerd : Am Fcnior constnble of police, s Intioni d Narromine ; know (he accusod, Man Fmith ; I have beard ih' infi.Tinatic rtad ; it is Irne, to thr I-pM of bit b Jief, and refers to tW n.~ciifird :' Hl lives iii Merilla-strrtt, Kmrr.niuic she is tbo occnj.ant of ti hrusi in th: street; I have observed (hat hous-c ; liave seen mm bctwoen 11 p.m. ami n.tn. going to mid leaving the hrnse have heard men knockinpat iIih ri,,or Jiave seen the door open ami the me enter; hpve noticed this on nevovi occasions; have seen men leaving li the back door as othqra entered by th front ; have seeu men inside the Iiourg Ihe accused hue been tho occopint c the house for about 12 months : a'.ou the 7th of ...
Good Enough to Take [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900
Good Enough to Take The finest quality of loaf BDgar is used in the manufacture of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to that of maple ayrup, mak ing it very pleaoant to take. As a medicine for the cure of conghfi, colds, la grippe, cronp and whooping coneh it is unequalled by any other. It alwayB cures and cures quickly. For sale by Gr. W. Barlow and Co. The pain of a burn or scald si almost instautly relieved by applying Cham berlain's Fain Balm. It also heals the injured parts more qnickly than any other treatment, and without the burn is very severe and does not leave a scar. For sale by G. W. Barlow and Co.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900
I ppS )Mg€LYMONT, i| Sashioti^lebeessmakeb St;.-7: iS' ?--:- '- ..' and !L COSTUMIER. l' (Late of Bathur.it) S? ^SI^GS to intimate to the lafliOB of «*«K Narromine «nd Dist-rict that Ktie baB commenced business at NnrrO mine.- Moderate Charges. Newest Designs aud Latest Fashions. Addeess : — M13S DRAPER, Stationery Depot, Opposite Exchange Hotel. Chandler snsl Go, NARHOMlNJi ..Boiler Flour Mills, *SJt\ESIRE to inform Storekeepers, fSgjf) Bakers' Farmers, and iba I Public generally that tins above iiiilsj ? fitted with the Latest aud most Dp- ; to-date Machinery, are now in full working order. -Flour of guaranteed quality. Bran aud Pollard on sale at Jo west I prices. Gristing Done. vM. tvertughim, All orders will Receive Prompt Attention. Funerals conducted in First-clas * style at reasonable price.*. ffliss c. casST7''- (Pianoforte Tea'-hkb, Duhbo) Proposes visitiup Nnrromine tivi«o a weuk from the month of t hiiki)*ry, provided sufficitjjt pupils can be secured Msss Oakb holds sen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900
LOOK OUT FOR J3arlow AND CO'S New Advertisements IN NEXT ISSUE. Mr. Walter Hawke, TEACHES OF PIAN0F03TE and ORGAN, sjps desirous to make known that ho «te will commence with i'npjls frum Fubrnary 20tb. Being an experienced band, he guarantees every satisfac tion. Any information rcqniivd will be supplied by Mr. li. Siiooo, Narromiue. Terms Moiikiuts. Draught Horses. For Private Sale. ©'A Hi; AD of Broken and 17m -m%? broken COLTS and Pi LLIi;S , near Nurrcminc, iu lute to suit pur- j chnfiera. -.t-n'y, E. CAniU, & '0. OBSTINATE INACTION OF THE LIVER. An Absolute Cure. The Case of IVIrs. Sarah Ha!!. (From llic ' Windsor Gi?. tit.') JBY OCU Sl'F.CUI, KU'u'.ll'KB.) A rephk^entative of this papur called on Mrs. Hull, who liV'S next tlie railwuv line »t Richmond, N.S.W. ' You have been ill, I believe,' said the reporter ? ' Yes, replind Mrs. Hall, but I am pleased to say I am better now. Tlie start af my sickness was obstinate constipation, which lot 6. long time Defied Every Med...
Tomingley. WOMEN'S WORK FOR SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900
Tomingley. (Prom a correspondent.) women's work fob south afbioa. The ladies of McPhail and Tomingley have been busily engaged collecting money and making garments for the wounded soldiers in South Africa. Mrs 0. Williams and Miss Clayton collecting at McPhail, and Mrs Crozier and Miss White at Tomingley. With the contingent that left on the 15th of crauuary, vug oozra uiguuugai' s were sent, and they have now com pleted and forwarded two dozen flannel hospital shirts. The committee, Mesdames Crorier, Morris, Moor, Polglase, Williams, and Misses Clay ten and White, have been assisted in the making of the gar ments by Mesdames Best, Carmichael, Scattergood, and the Misses Blakeway, Moor and Treverrow. Time would not permit of more gar ments being made, and at a public meeting of ladies it was decided to send the balance of money collected to the Women's Patriotic Fund in Sydney. The following is the list of contri butions :— Miss White £1 Is, Mrs. Polglase 12s 3d, Burbre 9s. Morris 8...
Terrible Carnage. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900
Terrible Carnaere. Sunday. ' On Tuesday three British field bat teries and two naval twelve-ponuderB occupied the south bank of the Modder River, and the howitzer, three batteries and three 4.7 guns tbe north. These, witb additional guns, on Wednesday, poured a devastating fire on the enemy with green Lyddite, the fumes of which 6pread along tbe gully shrapnel meanwhile sweeping the edges of the banks, aud shells the ravines and bushes. I escrters describe Cronje's grim determination as overmastering tbe wishcB ftf his followers who were fight ing with frenzied, tragic courage. The Boer laager was a mass of flames. Cronje's wife on Tuesday night pleaded with him to eapitn'ate to save the lives of his men, but he was deaf to her entreaties. L -ril liobi rts, in vacognition of the nucessiiy fur rapid movements, altered the wImIo plan of campaign. Prisoners declare that tbe unex pected mobility of the British forces dealt a death blow to the Free Staters resistance, spoiling Cronju's a...
Chronic Diarrhoea Cured, [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900
Chronic Diarrhoea Cured, This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea ever sinoe the war. I got so weak I conld hardly -walk or doanytbiug. One bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me sound and veil. J. E. Gibbs, Fiucastle, Va. x u&u UKiruuiuuiurrjiuvu lur iwuive years. Three bottles of Chamber lain's Colic, Cbolra aud Diarrhoea Remedy cured me. S. L. Shaveh, Fincaslle, Va. Both Mr. Gibbs aud Mr. Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fincastle, Va. They procured the remedy from Mr W. E. Casper, a druggist of that place, who is well ac quainted with them and will vouch for tbe trntb of tbeir statements. For sale by G. VV. Barlow and Co. '
THE BOER WAR Great Battle. Tremendous Losses. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900
THE BOER WAR Great Battle. Tremendous Lasses. Stdset, Saturday. Cron je asked for 24 hours armixtice to buiy the dead. Kitchener replied, ' Not a miuute ; fight or surrender unconditionally.' Croujo replied, ' We will %bt till death.' Kitchener resumed the attack, con centration an awful fire within a mile square. ^ ? Kitchener received a second mess age suggesting surrender. He invited Oronje to the British camp to arrange terms. Cronje then declared that there had been a mistake, and that he had no intention of sui rendering. Lord Roberts then decided to ef fectively crush all resistance, and directed a terific artillery fire, enfilad the river between tbe banks. Tbe Boers ' have an abundance of water, bnt being iu difficulties, fled into the trenches at night. They are hemmed in completely with 'o possibility of escape. Tbe British losses ou Snuday were 1100. BulUr's guns were taken across the Tngela. Tbe Naval Brigade has advanoed towards Ladysmith.