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| PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
PASTURES AND STOCK PRO TECTION BOARD, The annual statement of the receipts nn 1 expenditure of the Narandera Pastures and Stock Pro eciion Miar.l fir the year ending December 31st 1898, is published in the G ivernment Gazette. Th- receipts of the Boird amounted to £646 3* 9d and the expenditure £447 4s 9d. The Bnard commonced last year with an overdruf c of £45 2s 41, nnd closed wiili a credit balance of £153 16s 8d ; a result thkt shows that ite affairs have been carefully in naped. During tho vesr no less than £246 6s 6d wa= disbursed fur tcalp cerlificatos, made up as iolloA'B— Kig'ohawka, 1513; nitivc nnR* and pups, 221 ; and s:x foxes. The other items of expenditure were.— Secre'aryi £120 ; priming »nd advertising, £13 13a 2d ; Offlon rent, £24 : Director's iees, £20 2s ; Delegate's lees, £11 )4s2d ; Po-iai;e, £5 ; Auditors, £4 4* ; Rates, £3 14s Id ; Interest cheques: exchanges and' refund of overpdd assessmeni, £S 10s 9d. Messrs. AM. Paige and G. H. Kvans were the auditors.
Produce. TOMPSON, MANNING AND JEREMY [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
Produce. T0MP«0N, MANNING AND JEREMY reportnndei- date Jan- 16 as fullowB : — Advices from Smith Australi. and Vic 9 toii i state that wheat is eel'mn in theso 9 coloni -s at 2s 61 to 2s OSd per hus'-el, and ? :ib the iinportntio'i of'll,000 encks from I Vioto h to this colony hms taken nlace. t^e M tnne of iliis mmket 1= nnt imprn-ed thereby m S !ki-« ar- aslcing 2s 8 t« 2s M and liini'«l M sales have be-n made at 2s Sd lint buyers IS are not dispnsei to operate extensively at M 2s 7d So far, -he country millers hive fS been giving c insiderably Letter prices than m city buyeie. and it remains to be seen fa whet' er tliev will be able to continue doiug jig bo. If fur her importations of wheat, in any jjg quantity lakes pi -ce. it seems that, unless [S giwers eoun eract the importations by, M either sel'iug to fiose buyer* who export, 5 or el Re evnnr'iiie on their own account. 9 pric»i, imut lie inaioinllv '(Tected. On the Eg nh..le .: ihi k g'-owe-s n-ciild ant in the'r 6 own in e...
Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
Wheat. Mil. T?. It. CAKTER, «-h-at. br lie , Sydney and Melbourne, reports under date January I3-li :— Wh at has had a quiet week locally, there being li tie enc uragement for city miller to bny,fieely, but many couu ry mil'crs hive acted quite differently, at prices rela tively hgher than wh.*at 'can be imp.rted tor. Consequently importation continues, and Syd-w-y vnlnes von inue at about 2s 6d -o 2s 10:1 fir me ium to very p iuie A 1-iriie trade has deen done on Melbourne at 2i61tn2; fij 1 airl supplies are on a five seal -, and lik-Iy to be. It is nuw general 'y allotted thai over an! above supplying intercnlonial needs I here will he quiie 400,00 itoiiB of Australian when, to pire fir U rope, for the car yin? of which, freights are likely to be vary deficient This heing so, Sydney millcvs are in !epen '?? cnt of country supplies, except at a level of prices mt more than equivalent to thos ? ruling in Melbourne. Tu is makes the local matketdull and inactive in the maantini'. The ...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
I -* COMMERCIAL. H But er ? 0 I 0 per Ib B Ktfgs ? 0 0 10 doz ? Hum (English) 0 1 3 per Ib llacon ? 0 0 10 Oa's (best) ... 0 2 9 bus Chaff ? 4 10 0 ton Bran ... 0 10 bus Pollard ? 0 10 Po'atues(ncw)... 0 10 Ocn-t jvAKANDERA ROLLER MILLS. The following are the prices at the Mill or on r'il : — Wheat, 2s Gil to 2s 84 (toiler Flour. 17 15s tu £8 per ton or 16a 6rf per bag. To la..l, 8.1 to 9.1 per bus. Bran d tu 9-1 p-r bus. F wIr Wheat, Is 91 to 2a I Id per bus. Oats. 2s 6i3 to 2s fld per bus. Pig Feed, 3-Gd per bag A'.oie ..i-« s.lijc-t io iii'ik.tt fluctuation*, Miii -lie coi-ect-d e.-icli issuo. Gristing 'lone foi ih ? |-ii i lie -t current r.t.'s. WISH BROS.
CRICKET. MARRIED V. SINGLE [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
CRICKET. MARRIED V. SINGLK. The abnvo mitoh, cnninenned on the !(li in^t. n-uii uoitcludei ou Saimd&y, the tnarriud team winning- by «.i« wickets. Toe score- were us fol'on-n : — Single. — 1st Tunings. . Sievenson, i.b.w., b Reid .. 12 Parou, c Evans, b Pattewon ... 6 Pdi#-!, h PHttcrsun ? 2 lloai-h, run out ? 21 Hatt, bll«id ? 2 Garliug, b Reid ? 1 Lapthorne, b Patterson ? 3 Harvey, b Reid ? 6. Adams, not out ? ... 10 Wilson, run out ? 0 Doyle, b Patterson ? 2 Sundries ? 3 Total ? 65 Rowlinz — I'atterBin, 4 wickets for 31 tuns'; Reid, 4 for 19 ; Evans, 0 fur 1 1. ' Second Innings. Stevenson, b PitMonion ? 19 Ptton, c Terne, b Patterson ... 55 Hatt.o.l. Admns, b Tearue .. 4 . l'aitre; run out ? --z Sparling, b Patterson ? 1 C. Adams, b Patterson ? 0 Lapthorue. l.b.w.. b Patterson... 1 Wilran, b Reid ... ? 1 Harvey, b Rsid ? 14 Doylo, b Patterson ? 2 A. Arm'tronif, not out ? 3 Suuliies ? II I Total ? I3'i ! Bow-Hut;— Patier«iu,6f-r62; R^iJ 2 for 21; Tearuo, 1 f.ir-22: E-ans, ...
THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., Ltd., [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
THE \KW ZR\L^NO LOAV AND MERCANTILE AGENCV CO , Ltd., re. port under due, January 12 : — We held our first s.-ile after the Christmas and New Year vacitiou this afternoon, when we brought fo wu-d a very g-iod sslucii'in of wools, embracing some 4700 bales of which 1000 bales were scoured. Competition throughout Was brisk nnd a very satisfactory sale en ued, the whole catalogue p a ;tic illy being cleared since our cosing sale in the old year. The following advance in prices may lie quoted : Medium go id eretsy nurino and a'l tcoured descrip ious from 7Jd per cent to 10 per cent ; fine ciiissbred, 5 per cent ; fur medium and mixed crossbred the tnarkec is firmer, while on the other hind Lincolns and course urossbreds are selling in buyers' favor. Greasy to-day sold up to 10M, and so Hired to 171. Amongst our safes ate greasy, NC over M-ugbool, Mt. Gambier A, hoggets, KIJ 1 ; II over Rorker lert, Apsley, A A A 10J ; WT.H over A in triangle, Apsley, li-sl combing A, 9}d ; Bazrilik, Wir...
GOLDSBROUGH MORT & CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
GO^DSBROUOH MORT & CO.? LTD. held their opening sue after the Christmas if'oesB to-'lny. when they submitted n ca'nl-' ogU'-of 4476 bales to a full attendance of buyern. Cjtnpe itiin wa- very brisk, and the bulk of the offeringi were taken by Homo and German Ijnyuri. The market shows an advance on t e cloBine rates uf the list 8nl'S of a farthing to a halfpenuy on all goad greasy m riio anil fine croasbreds ; medium cro'sbrads being v.ry firm, bu coarse showed u farthing decline. All medinin sconrttd merino slio . an advanc' of a g.iod halfpenny to a p uny. We sold nt nuctinn and privately si ico 1 -st sale 4531 bales— CM over Bionahbira, to 9|d ; iJetai' ie iverRii! 91 ; Ktiick, 8|1 : Winnccott over I?W, 91 ; T in diumiind, 8|1 ; AF over bar,-7Jl; Dm'er M over Y.nko, 6 J ; AK over We. ibone, 91 jTweedsmnir, l J 1 ; Delia 8$'l ; Counsell over Lyndon, 7H-' Scoured : — OD over Nivorina. lo 15.1 i CP and Co over Mossgicl, 15Jli CP oivr CaihooU. over Park, in lflj 1 : Delta, to ...
Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
I ' Wool Sales. TUB SYDNEY WOOL SELLING BBO KF.RS ASSOCIATION, report under dale January 12. — At the sales whioh were resumed this, week after the Christmas recess 33,032 bales «--r-' cataloguer! aud nl auction and privately in »hi- intervil since lmt public. busii-esD before the holidays, 37,897 bales have been col'-'. The mti'ket which \va» showing .in iinptoviiiL' tone as lust year closed, developed a subsiantial imprnvement nn the rf-ump'imi of business, 'he 'idvance may be stacd no follow*:— On rood to superior grensy and fOO'ired. nnd in cerlnjn instances prinfipally in pli'an wool, to 5 per cent : on w 1 ski'-ted mediirn ereasy n'crinn and fine to superior fine rros'bred, 5 U- 74 'er o?nt ; «n'liirtfd hurry 'ill otherwise fiuliy greasy tnerinn ptr to' 24 per cent ndvance : with s'oured oil lineni-s, d)intfi per cent buher Fir coa-6e crossb-ed-, vn.Ines.were h fraction lower. Tliei-e wis a very full miendance of i buyers and conpetiiion was general and nniina'cd. Tho high st ...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, WHITTON. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
CHUR'3 OF 'NGLANf), WHITTOS. Oivine Service will be held iis to lows :— : 1st Sunday of month; Wliitto i, li a.m. ; Darli g on Point, 3p.tn. 2nd Smidiy of innnth, Yalgo^rin, 7 33 '' 3rd Sunday of month, The Cliffs, 2 30 p in. : Whiiton. 8 p.m. 4th riiinriity of inoii'h. Argoon, 12 noon ; ttVftimead..' Mi-si n. 7 30 p m RICHARD CLARK, Iiiciunbent.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
CHURCH OF KKUL'AND. Services at the Parish Church — MatiUB. Litfcny (except on 1st Sunday), and Sermon every Sunday at 11 a m. Kv n enng and Sermon every Sund iy at 8 pin ; Holy Communion ot midday on 'lie first Rundiy aurl at 1.30 a.in on the third, fourth «nd fifth 'Sundays. Matins and Uven-ong daily at 8 a.m. and fl 30 p.m. ; ' \ CoOKTEY S BVICKB. UVBunday-TJew Purk. 11 »:-».; Cud lell Siding,- 3 p.m. ' 2ndSiindiy— Colinrooliie, 11 a in. ; Brn «j-inah (Mi- D viei1). 3 p m. ; Mt Oliv« (Mr Pearson's), 3 p.m. ; Mjuleijh (Mr Mann's). 8 p.m. 3 -1 Sun lay— fironR Grong, 3 p.m. 4th Sunday— Yu--l»a, 11 a.m. ; Sin'Jigo, P m' G. R. F. NOBBS, Incumbent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
Ladies' Black Silk Gloves Gd per pair at Rich and Go.'s.* mUTOR, Boyal University of Ireland, and I. Melb. University, Petks Engagement in ths Riverina. Excellent References. Terms Moderate. J. C. Benuctt, Alir.cs Office. Lost. LOST in NnrannVra on MONDAY LAST, GOLD TISNCIL CASH, owner's name engraved upon it. Reward. H. L. CULLEY & CO. Anniversar7 Day. ON ACCOUNT of THURSDAY. 26th JANUARY, being a Public Holiday all Stores will remain OPEN till 6 o'clock on WEDNESDAY, 25th. W. IVCHER, Hon. Sec, Karandi-ia Ii. H. and E. C. Aeeo. SeecL Wheat. CJBED-i.WHBAT FOB SALK. Early O Fiirple Straw, Red Straw aud S.ein wcdcl. Apply .-' ?' '.????=«. J. GORMAN &CO., lionigan. To Sawmill Sands. WAijTlSb.— GOOD MILL HAND, 'AU1 ONCE. 'Apply . . ALBION SAW MILL'S, Bolero. Notice. CJTRAYED into my paddock, One Chonl t} nut GELDING, branded (.IS) near shoulder ; white blnze down nose ; near fetlocks while. Owner can have same by pjying expenses. JOHN H. GOLDWOUTHY, Colinroohio. £5 Rewar...
THE HEREWARD WRECK. SYMPATHY WITH THE OWNER. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
THE HEREWARD WRECK. SYMPATHY WITH THE OWNEB. A considerable amount of well-deserved .sympathy was expressed for the owner when it became known that tho Hereward had be come a total wreck a few hours after being Buceesstnlly floated. Greit sympathy was also expressed with Miss Ada Richards, of Karabar Street, North Auhurn, near Sydney, during her long illneBs. She, too, wan becoming a mere wreck of her former self until fir Williams' Pink Pills were tried. She says: — ' 'lam sixteen. About twelve months ago my ntreugth seemed to fade. I suffered moBt severely from the effects of the heat, although before this I bad been fairly strong. Sly blood became very thiu and poor. I was seized with extreme langour and weakness, anOTllSO- severe irtincfct, ttt giddiMco, and J was often compelled to sit down that I might recover myself. Hy appetite deserted me, and I could only crawl about the house. These painful symptoms were accompanied with neuralgia aud most revere pains iu the chest and si...
A NEW GOLD FIELD. COOLAMON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
A DEW GOLD FIELD. Coolamon, Fridiiv. The new find which has been in -Ae at Yarrcngerry, eighteen miles fJoin Coola inon, and thirty-three miles from Temora, bids fair to become important. D.ning the list, fell' days a cicat Dumber of blocks have boen pegged out on the line of reef, while news is just to hand that a great many prospectors from Wyalonc; are now en route for the field. The reef is situated on private property, viz., selections belonging to Messrs. Arthur Bae (at one time M.L.A. for the- Murrumbhigce) and Hewitt,' The line offence runs from eistto west, between fhe selections, aud the reet runB through diagonally from a north-west to a south ea--t direction, and can be traced for miles, ciopping out of the -ground - at internals. The reef has, been traced to the northern side of Methul Junction. It is reported that a geologist accompanied the warden's bailiff to the field, and procured some speci mens whioh, he considers, look' very well, and has taken a quantity uf sto...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
The American Drag Company, Or ELIZABETH ST., SYDNEY, 7] IF. now prepared to forward their renowned f~\ EtectrozftM-SpBClfica to paUanu *® Hiffurliiii Iroin .S-»ci.il ft-M]ii(it-il». OiirElecfroZonaSpeCificScnntiinatrry ftotlve rlipmic&l jir iichtU-, and are prepared after a nap mclliod.knoirn only in nursflrrn, which process Increase; thiir . (fleam- In a rrmaikahlu ileurce Thev are, con* fluently, extra powerful preparations, »h r-h' hnvn cured thouxandB of ?uSerera iriven up iu Incurable, and aru warranted 1. PHvate. Nervous & Skin Oiuaam t. All Complaints urMru; from Impuri ties of the Bljpod, either con ?titutlonal or contagions, such as ftorea, Boils. Abacosaot, Tu- mours. PILES, etc. etc ft Drsordare and Irregularities of the Female Organism Tf ynrt ftre broken down In health, hocan«e you hnve tti the pant vioUtcd the most sacred Inws of Nature do not despair I Wo can cure you I To thme suffcrlnc from Nervous Debility or whowtsh to marry, we et'ontilv recommend...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 20 January 1899
LOCAL AND GENERAL. WesleyAh CnoncH. — The services for Sunday next are an follow : — Groug Grong, 3 p.m. ; Narandera, 11 a.m. aud 7. SO p.m. Municipal Council — Theordinarv meet ing of the Council, takes place ou Monday evening next at the Cmucil Chambers at 7 30 pm Furniture Sale.— Mr. T. H. Elwin announces an auction sale of furniture tomorrow at hi* rooiis, on account of Messrs Phillips and Gore, who arc leaving the district. Land Selection.— At the local Land Office last week, Michael Joseph O'Connor, of Brobenah, was granted a homestead selection of 1280 acres, situated at Brobenah, County of Cooper. Corsets 1/11 per pair at Eich & Co.'s Cleat ing Sale.* IiHSD Sale.— MesErn. H. L. Culley and Co announce a sale of 160 acres of farm land on Tuesday next at Russell's Royal Hotel, on account of Mr. M'Lean of Grong Grong. Anniversatiy Day.— The Seretary of the Half-holiday Association notifies elsewhere that the stores will be open till 6p.m.,ou Wednesday next, owing to thei...