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Estranged. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900

Estranged. Do yon remember, dearest one; Tl)e-WQe4Js.nd p&th across the Tea; Where oft at are when day wascone You wandered there alone wita me j And watched the. sunsets golden hue; As red Sol sank beyond the trse, When I was all in all to you, And you were sit the world to me. Those slimmer day! have p&ssrd: The gold Has turned to brown, With eloads our sky is orercaii, All nature deems to .Frown. T Our golden sunset's hid fro'm tiow, Would you from my love be free : I fear that 1 am naught to you. But still you aro the world to me. Afa ,- Many a sun shall rise Silt] aet. The brown be turned togrcv, Xro this fond heart can once forget That golden summer's day. When ire stood hand in hand in; lore, Beneath the sky so blue, When you were all in all to met And I wee all to JoU. -? — A.A

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900

Brief Mention Council meets ritxt Monday night. **? ? Barlow and Oo's flue now brick etow it almost completed. Mr T. OahiU biU been re-elected to tlio Nyngaa Muuioipal Couuoil. Orange Jo.okey Club will hold a two day'e meeting on March 13 and 14. A faraneh of the Farmers' and Settlor*' &?? eocistion has been established at Trwgie. Tbe R«t. Hr Main-will conduct dmnoter': vice at Narromine; at 11 o.m. on Sunday next *** , The yrori of aligning tbe streets will toon be completed. The corner p'ostS ttre now be ing erected. the Sydney full Ctiurl has declared that bop beer comes under the provisions of the Beer Duty Act. %? . . Races at Dandaloo on March 17. The pro; gramme totals £65, the prinoipal erent being the Dandaloo J.C. Handicap- Ot 628. The Mount Drysdale has sent 118 tons of ore for treatment to the Cockle Creek Works This is expected to girc a yield of £9000. Official statistics show that the wheat yield . in the Narromine district averaged 18i biUh. to the acre ; hay...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY, MARCH 5TH, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900

Religious Sefvid s. PRESBYTERIAN Sukdat, March 5th, 1900. Narromine, 11 A.m. Timbriebongie, 2.45 p.m. Trangie, 7.45 p.m- J. T. Main.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Consternation at Pretoria. Kruger urged to Sue for Peace. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900

Consternation at Pretoria. Krager urged to Sue' for Peace Tuesday. There is great consternation at Pretoria. Cronje's posititin is regarded as hopeless, The Free Staters refuse to continue the fight. The Boers around Ladysmith are knocked up. Steyn and Botha both urge Kroger to due for peace. Cronje refused Roberts' offer to re move the women and children acd send medical aid. The bombardment of Cronje's position was resumed on Friday. The British are closing in on all sides. Major-General French captured 5!»0 prisoners, including several hun dred mounted men who escaped from Sronje's laager during the night, Boer deserters declare that Cronje is willing to surreuder, but is over ruled by the young Transvaalers. Roberts attacked their outposts on Friday, resulting in many Boer casualties. Mafeking was all well on the 5th ingtant. \ Fierce fighting is going on around Ladysmith. Bailer, contesting every inch of ground, was within two miles Of White's outposts on Saturday, The Somerset...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900

Personal & Political. The question on many tontrues, ' WilTCronje receive his conge ?' There is a melancholy possibility that the plague in Sydney may eclipse excitement over the war. We live in stirring times. tt is remarkable how many Rointtn Catholic clergymen in Austin! ia have brothers or couBins who are British officers in South Africa. The army and the church seem to run in Irish families. C. E. Dekker, the really distin guished editor of the ' Evening News,' has gone to New Zealand in hopes of the recovery of his grievously impaired eyesight. The last of the people directly con nected with the ' Fisher's Ghost ' tragedy — and comedy— of Campbell town has just become a ghost himself. The lock of the old flint-lock pistol of ' Bold Jack Donohue,' the notorious bushranger, has just been discovered in Sydney. ' Constance Clyde,' the getting known Bulletin writer, has seuta book of stories ' home.' 'Baldy' Davis, M.P.f or Bonrke, refers to his late opponent, Ihe well know...

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

Wanted * ?JK Competent GfiNKRiL for Country mm Three in Family. No children Apply at Moston'b Coubt Hodbe Hotel, Narromiue, Tenders WANTED for the Erection of a Two-Koombd Office in briok 32 x 16 x 14ft walls. For particulars, 4o., apply to W. O'NEILL, Narromit-e. j - ? i Public Notice ClftfiERE -will be a Field Trial of «O Massey-Harkis Co'e Celebrated 2 and 3-Fnrrow Jubilee Ploughs, 3 and 4r Furrow Gang Ploughs, Cultiva tor Seed Dbill and Spring Harrow, Saturday, StafCb. 3, at 2 p.&» Ah .are cordially Invited. MasBey-HarrU Go* Public Meeting. A MEETING will be held at the Council Chambers, on Thcrsday Evining Next, 8th March, at 8 o'clock P4B', for the purpoBe of taking pre liminary steps to form a School of Arts. ? W. COHEN. £1 Reward «g»ELLOW BAY HORSE, star, *B hind feet white, couple joints off tail, branded like H near shoulder, shod All round and hobbled. The above reward will be paid on delivery to H. HARDIE, McPhee'a Sawmill. NOTICE SMPOUNDBD from High Park, on the...

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

HAVING Sevnred Hia connection with 6IFFITHS' BOS-, begt to announce to the Public that h« has? ? iiow Coniiuenoed -Business on His Own, Etc. Bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality will be His aim. Brisbane-street, Dubbo, A Trial Solicited Superior Tailoring. . ? 4 ? Suits to measure from, 42s. Trousers, 12s 6d. Perfect fit Guaranteed. A Large Assortment of Patterns to Pick from at Louie Mosonovsku's General Store, Narromino* SYDNEY WOOL 1RKET Th Principal Wool Centre in Australasia Total Sales in Australasia for last Season, 888,*/S4 Bales, of which 4471517 Bales were sold in Sydney. The great popularity of the ydney ales is clearly evidenced by the rapid increase in the quantity of wool dealt with, the number of Bales sold in that market having more than doubled during the paBt ten years. ales, held every week daring the easou by each of the under mentioned Firms: — . Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co. Ltd* John Bridge and So-, Ltd. Dalgtety and Co, Ltd Goldsbrough, Mort and...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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McADOOS JUBILEE SINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900

McADOOS JUBILEE SINGERS. This world-famed company of singers — twelve in number, lady and gentleman artistes from America, and who have ton red the whole world witb the greatest success — will appear in Narromine for one night in the Assembly Hall, next Friday, 9th March. We are assured that the nlinln nrnniunv will noiiitivelv flrmpar here the same as in the largsr towns and cities. Reports from other newspapers where the company have appeared recently say it is a notnble that the Jubilee singers who were introduced to Australia a long while since have never abated one jot in popularity, but keep in the even tenor of their way. They come and go, and travel about, everywhere meet ing with tbe warmest greetings in Australia. We are a democratic people and willing to recognise ability in whatever form displayed, aud to this feeling is no doubt due the recog nitido the Jubilee singers have always met with. They sing those quaint choruses ai d plantation melodies that have made them . s...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 2 March 1900

There can be no disguising the fact a deadly danger larks, not only to the metropolis, bat to the country dis tricts as well, in the outbreak of the plague in Sydney, The trouble has been traced to the wharfage frontage between bnssez-Btreet and Darling Harbour. This portion of the city teems daily with business men and working men -who reside in every quarter of the city and suburbs, so in tbe event of a setioufl development the germs of ' black death ' -would in a day or two be carried throughout the metropolitan area. Also, Sussex-street is a many-sided depot for the products of the colony, and it may be easily imagined how the disease would be conveyed to everywhere inland with faewild ring' rapidity. City and country are therefore in peril nnless our health authorities cope with the pestilence. At present, it is fortunately true, there is no reason to be alarmed, but as the rate are dying in thousands, and as the trouble has become epidemio among them there is reason to be wary...

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

Personal & Political. The Cotamonwcallb will aftcrail be born in blood — spilt in another inevit- j able Commonwealth— South Africa, j Poet E. J. Brady's caravan is now in the regions of Carpentaria. He is seeing Australia from the box seat. He is writiDg poems by the milcB— a ?'- .. verse every ten miles. Barton will probably return a P.C. and a D.O.L. of Oxford. He has a eon at Oxford, and tiie great uuiver6i(y ie sure to take advantage of the oppor ?. tun ity to confer a distiuction. fciii.tfd ii)iy Cuitbrr cnnt-'nprnfs I).-1 sent from Sew South Wales, it is eerioosly proposed to form a corps of the unemployed barristers and solicitors. If the collective corps .le veloped into one coH'ctivn rnrjise it is tiot to be ant.ieipntfd i.hnt flnv per inauent loss wou-d retuHto the roloi v Tliera ie a gient life of William Cliavlos Wenfcworth in tnai-u--fript. Financial reaeonB prevent its p-iblicH- tion. Snch volumes are always pro; ? dnced at a loss to the individual and nt b ga...

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THE BOER WAR SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 March 1900

THE BOER WAR Stdkby, Tuesday. General Joubert is collecting ma forces at Abraham's Kraal, about 30 miles north-west of Olocmfontein. It is anticipated that Cc-neral Juubertwill have difficulty in muster ing 35,000 in^u in the Free State. Five thousand Boers from 'Lady- enuib and th.; Coleaberg comma'adbes have gone to Abraham's Kraal Lord Robcrtt has now under his ? command nearly 60,000 men, and is receiving constant reinforcements. Brigadier-General Brabant, with Wi mounted force, made- a uigtit march on Laburichagne.'a Ntk, ton miles north west of NorJrecbt, and occupied a strong position iu tho Xek, including a fort, Vhich according to custom the enemy had vacated at night. At dawn yesterday, while tbe enemy was leisurely retnruiug to the fort, tho British force fired on tbe Boers, utter'y bewildering them. Tiie enemy made a determined at tempt to re'-take the fort, bat ward repulsed. Many of the Boers from Ladysraiih are retreating to Beggarsberg, a little* to the south of Glen...

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

Thoro was an intert-B'iug row at t'.ia Athcmum Club, Sydney, the olhv,r night. Mr James Inplis, once Minister f.ir Education in Parkes' Cabinc-le, fell foul uf Mr J. F. Archibald, editor of t!-e Bulletin (jtist returned from 'Frisco) over the war. The former's toi'ene had lo.- sened durine the even inpr, and he 'went for' the latter with a fluency that did not c-;ase for 15 minutes. During a pause, Archi bald inqnired if Inglis wete done. Hu whs. 'Now,' contiuued the editor, ' You have devoted a quarter of an hour's attention to me, let me deal with you for one.' Well, the rest wasn't Rilence. Archibald wis just wondetful and the clubmen roared, lug] is retired and wrote ap»em in re reply. It appeared in the ''Sunday Times ' under thu terrible title ' Sonie Plague Germs.' Mr Schey ie nankin? heroic efforts to work up popular interest iu the Protectionist Uuion. It's ' no go,' however, as fi«calism is something the people are too weary of, and they are Rpecially w a-y of ilr Schey's ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, MARCH 11th, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 March 1900

Religious Servic s. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SnNDAT, Marcu 11th, 1900. . S. Marys, Niirromine. 11 a.m., Matins and Holy Comtnnniun; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. Tiinbriebongie, 3 p.m. MO00LIGHT*SERYICE3. During this moon Church of Eng land seiviceB will be held on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday next wi-ek, at the following places respectively : Armoy, Mr W. Warren's Kurrajimg Furm ; Boijan Road, Mr. Comber's : Woodland-, Mr Webb's. LI5NTEN SEliVfOES. Services will be held on Wi-duesday next at S. Marys, a* folio-vs: 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion : 4 30, p m , Children's Service; 7.30 p.m., Eveu BO'S- _^________

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

latest Mtelligenee SYDNEY, Thursday, From the 1st January to yesterday 400 cases of typhoid fever have been reported to the Board of Health in the metropolitan and suburban area: The mail steamer India entered the Heads this movning and proceeded to the quarantine station where tho pas scnirers landed. Tho weather in Sydney to-day is fine bat rain is reported from a number of country towns. No fresh plague cases have boen rtp.'ttdto the Board of Health. It in believed that the dread disease has u:iw been stamped ou'-, though every precaution is beiug taken to prevent a further outbreak. An elderly mau whose name is be lieved to be Henry Tillger, committed t-uicidu iu an Elizabeth-street, lodging house this morning, by cutting Lis throat with a razor, almobt severing the head from the body. Parliamentary cricket match bet ween N.S.W. and Victoria waa won by tho latter by 179 runs. The Bushmen's fund has reached £30,570, and the Patriotic fund £27,758. A large fire in Fliuders street,...

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

Chronic IDiarrhoea Cured. This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea ever since the war. I got so weak I could hardly walk or do anything. One bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cared me sonnd and veil. J. R. GlBB-i, FincaBtle, Va. I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve years. Three bottles of Chamber lain's Golic, Gholra and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me. S. L. Shaves, Pincastle, Vs. Both Mr. Gibbs aud Mr. Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fincastlc, Va. They proenred the remedy from Mr'-W. E. Casper, a druggist of that plaoc, who is well ac quainted with them and will vouch for tho truth of their statements. For sale by G. W. Bhriow and Co.

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

-.if * f il^lirjanl €0, \ Holler Flour Mills, ' ?- ^f^^SlRB to inform Storekeepers 1 ? \-_v4g- Jjakers* t'armura, aim tin 1'ublio generally that the above Mills iiued with the Lmest and most Up 1o-dute Miichinerv, art) now iu lul working order. Flour uf guaranteed quality, ltrao and Poll.wd on sale at lowcs pr-ccs. GriBiiug Done. M. 'tveringhem, OnMaker KapromiiiB. All orders will 'Receive Promp' Attention. Funerals conducted iu'Wrst-claS style at r asonabh pric*.*. ~¥fss ccarrT' (PlASOF-TlM-F. TkaOHKR. DdMTO) Propose Tisii^i.g NTiirrnni!ne twi.v i *-.--k from tl,(.,.,(,,,t!, ,,f rFHi:c»nv prit-MiiJ sufli. i.-iit pupils can b. M-ss i'ahr hoM- spiiinr cprlificati? fr.i n Trinity O,.]|..£e Lmirin-., an -i ?''-! MeUI from ib^ recent Utilnirs I'm- Trims Apnlv, CARLTOX Vir.LA. Dnhlm. liuiutfinmnm C^l OF NtfW ZEALAND CATITAt, ... £t,COD,CO( Insurance AsrainKt Breakage of Plate Glass. SPECIAL LOW TARTFP. AH infovmritiiiii will be given 01 app!ii''iti'ii ;-i P H EH BEST, Builder, Kjo-.iiimg...

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

Contingent critics should now . be silent. There might have been com mon sense in the protestations a few months ego, when the necessity for colonial legions was generally doubled But now, the Imperial authorities are not only impressed with the value of I our men at the front, and on the wav, but ask for moro. The first message 1 received from Mr Chamberlain was of | a confidential character and its contuuts : were very properly not disclosed. This fact shows two things, Mm fifvi ousiioss of the business Great Britain , still has on hand in South Africa, nnd j the relinnoe of Great Britain on the j effective fighting material in Australia' It would, of course, bo ridiculous to | thitik the forces raised, nud to bu \ raised, here, are indispensable, but it would be mock modesty to imagine the War Office was merely flattering ' onr fighting capabilities. 1 he second | messuge (tout at the request of Mr. Lyne for publication) is sufficient to assure db (hat Great Britain wants ! furth...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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TIMBRIEBONGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 March 1900

T1MBBIEBOSGIE. Splendid rain commenced to fall op Monday evening, aud continued until Tnedsay night during which time 175 points were regisured. This will be the means of starting all hands buBily ploughing. A cricket match, Timbriebougie v. Coalbaggie, was p'nyed on tbe local gronnd on Saturday last, tbe ocal men suffering a defeat by 39 runs. Follow i g are tbe scores : COALBAGGIB. W. Wheat eti, c and b Holland ... 78 C. W. Brown, b Caueron ... 0 B. Brown, b Perry ? S J.Shape,bP»rry ? 0 T. McMillan, b Holland ? 15 A. Mean, b Holland ? 4 P, Cornwall, c and b Light ... 17 C. Allen, b Ryrie ? 14 J. Mean, run out ? 4 E. Brown, c and b Light . ... O S. Hears, not out ? 0 A. Cameron, b Ryrie ? 0 Sundries ? 0 Total ? 143

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

Go: d Enough to Take Tii«' fuipst quality of loaf sngar is uS- d in tho m-- ntifacture of Cliamber lavn's C- U'jli K--medy and th» roots nsed i« its. pf'i at-ation give it a flavor similar to tlint of maple syrup, mak ing' it very ploai'ant to take. As ;i medicine for (he cure »f cnngtip, cul-ls, la prippc, croup and whoopiup rau-jli it. i'k un-q-nl!-d by any ??tht-r.- ]t. always cures and cures 0,'vcUly. For wilo by G. W. Batl.w ftnd Co. £1 Reward LOST from my Selection on Mnngory, One Dapi-lkd' Grev Dkaugiit Mabe, branded ?3 ucar shoulder. Blind in L near eye. Should have a foHl al foot. | Tlie above reward will be paid ou retnruiu;; same t) 3. LYNCH, Hart wood j Or G. W. BF,hh, Kxchan^e liotel, Narromine. ASSEMBLY HALL, ? fxiday Mdrcli 9, 1909 l?0il ONB NldHT. Genuine Musical Treat for N.ifram'ua by Mr. O. M. McAddo's Famoos OfsiatNAt. Jubilee - Singers In tliL-ir Beautiful Jubilee Choruses a-)d PlaufcitiMU Melodies. lJj(riot'c songs Up-to-date. ' '1 In Absent-minded Beggar' sung...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 March 1900

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Monday even ing. Present : Tho Mayor (Aid. A. Walker) and Aldermen Bell, Wheeler and Gunning. The minntes oF the previous meeting were read and conn mod. Correspondence. Office of the Rnilwny CommiFsionera, Sydney, March 1, 1900. Sir, — With reference to your Irttpr of the 18t.li January, relative to the crossing pates at the -western end of the Narnim-'ue milway t-ta*ion. I have to inform y. u tbst the matter has had further inquiry, hut in view of all the cirenrastaiiors the Commissioners can not at pr- sent see their way to incur tho expenditure that would be neces sary to carry oat the alterations men. lioned. As pointed out in my letter to you dated 22nd December, 1899, the Commissioners will themselves look into the question when they are nest at Narromine. I have, &c , H. McLacblak, Eecietary. Council Clerk, Narromine. Narromine, Feb 28, 1900. Gentlemen, — I beg to have a general authority fro...

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