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Bubonic Plague. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

Bubonic Plague. To tho Editor. Sir, — Now that the Bubonic Plague has broken out with such virulence in Sydney,. its deadly effects iaviug even performed that most modern of all miracles, infosod activity into perhaps the most comatose of all worldly bodies, the Sydney City Council, would it not be as well for oui- own aldermen to t.nkn in heart, flin nM adage, ' Prevention is better than cure.' Every day our town is visited by travellers from tho metropolis, to say nothing of produce, handled on the centres of danger — the wharves, and who is to say tho infection may »-ot be carried here by such means. I would impress on the jtayor and Aldermen the i.ccessity of increased vigilance on the part of the Iusjjoclor of Nuisances, tbo disinfecting of all cossuits, drains. Ar' - ?'» iw jJHi-l.of Ijousehoidpr-j- ibv destruction of all unregistered and mangy dogs, who are iu themselves a mouace to health, quite apart from the plague. The present filthy practice of exposing melons for eslo o...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Days That are No More. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

The Days That are jfo More Sei1 liow tbe light if fading frieiid, The fhadts :nv falling fast At\d uiaiiiliiigo'-r a sunless world That wocps for i\w gloiifs past. 1'Iip gloi-ii'S of departed dii.vs Wiiicli slioac on tea and eliorc, Sow !o?tit) darbies?, faded out, hike the days that are no more. Hoiv fair the moon is gloaming, friend Through yonder almdon-y trees Where wild cu -lows — their mournful 6ong6 Chin-.e to a mourcful breeze. The breeze tbut wanders here aud there, 'J'hft JiiJJs and tmUi'ts o'er Like some lone heart it seems to'eigli Tor the days that art uo more, See how the wntcr gliftens friend, On yonder pebbly strand, Where solemn ocean t 11s his tale Of sorrow lo tbe land. Tlie wares returning constantly Cling fondly to tho shore Like memory lingeriug round the graves Of the days. that are no more. The mori ing will return, my friend, And BinilcE will hail its birth, And sprinkle viits of glftdnufs o'er A dark and cheerless enrth. Bui will it. tiring those early days...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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SALE OF HORSES [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

SALE OP HOESES Messrs E. Cahill and Co sofd by auction 10 head of draught horses last Saturday. They were a particularly good lot, and the prices ranged from £10 to £20. SET FISHING IN THE GOULBUB2J A proclamation has been issued pro hibiting net fishing in the Goulbui-n and its tributaries from 1st March to 31st August of this year. DUBCO-C00NAM13LE BA1LWAY. A clause was inserted in the Dahbo Coonamble railway bill, providing that before the construction was proceeded with the land should be handed to the government free of charge. We understand that a hitch has occurred. GILGANDEA LOOKING UP Since the final passing of the Dublio Coonamble railway Hue (says an ex change) Gilgandra is rapidly lookiug up, a.s the line passes ploso to the town. Already a new hotel is being built, three new stores, and numerous private buildings. It is about time that old Gilgandra took a turu for the better. A PROFITABLE FRAUD. At Leadvillle last week a man named Kelly was charged with ob taining £fi ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE BOER WAR Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

H'HE BOER WAR Thursday. Lord Salisbury and Mr. Balfour read the Boer Pivsidont's peace over^ tures in the Imperial Par Uameiit. ije Pivstaeuta declare that they had ie f rained from making overtures vrhilo liolJiug defensive positions in tno colonies lest, i'«j ''^ — - m BrLord Salisbury's reply contrasted 1 England's respect of Conventions with | the Transvaalers disregard and sudden j Lultiug ahimatum, and the Bepubl^ | wautou devastating invasion of But sh | territory. Then- many years secre f| military pveparations bad «'«J J»- | England's possessions, enteilmg ^ upon | the Empire a costly war and the 1-*B | of thousands of pwoicmB lives, to i view of the manner in winch the Re- | publics had misused their positio^ I England declined to assent to their . | 'irtSs admit that the Boer; 4 demands are prepoBterous, which are j interpreted as an appeal to European 1 Powers to intervene. I Maior-General French met with 1 considerable opposition whilst ooott- j Pring the hills commandi...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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District Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

District Mems. From our Correspondents. We are glad to see onr old friend, Mr A. Reikes, of ' Fairficld,' making such giant strides in the fanning lino Last year he had about 430 acres of wheat under crop, which gave a yield of 2,300 bags. This year he intends having about i.WJ acres under culti vation, half of wliich he has ploughed at the present time. We predict a successful career for Mr. Beakes' untried race mare. Lndy Myles (by Myles-na-Coplaen). Her first appearance before the public will be in the Opening and Trangie J.G. Handicaps, to be run at Trangie on the 22nd instant. He also intends to start Energy far the Corinthian P!ate, and with a fair weight, considering the condition he is in at the present, liu should make things lively. Ploughing it in full swing at Mr. R. Webb'a (Woodlands). Mr T. Challetger, of ' Sunnys-id ?,' met with a ratter severe accident lil his bike a few days ago. A^ present he is under the local doctor and on the Bure road to recovery. A death occur...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, MARCH 18TH, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

Religious Services. CHUECH OF ENGLAND. Scsdm-, March 18th, 1900. S Marys, 'Narromine— 7.30 p.m:, Eveusoug, Mt-lRt-adcr Champion. All Saints, Bundemar— 11 a.m., Eev F- J- Harris. Applepie, Yellow Creek— 3.30 p.m., Rev. F. J. Harris. ' ? — — —* — * ~~~ *^'*''*^^

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Trangie. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

? ♦ ? Trangie. (Prom our owr Correspondent). Tho weather is very warm here just now, but owing to the recent fall of rain^-whioh reached somewhere about 130 points — the nights have been more pleasant. A few of our energetic townsmen | who have the interest of the town nt heart, set to aud cleared the lane ill the back of the northern Bide of Dan daloo-street, where ail sorta of litter has been steadily accumulating, Iuiay say, since Trangie has been Trangio The gentlemen who undertook to per form this task (which was almost aa risky as going to fight the Boers, un less a person had tbeir life insured) were Mr Cheadlcs, onr worthy con stable, Mr J. Yeo, onr local hairdresser and Mr J. Falconer, baker, and they are to be commended for their good work, as the lane now looks a lot better than the main street. I think if one of our leading land lords was a bit more enterprising the front street would not look so bad. If a few of the houses -were shifted out to tho footpath the tenants w...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

???' VICKY TUID AY K0HX1NG. i ' -. ' '.: ?? 'as a L/i.ce /mi !\auy Lvm/Kifc ; '* ? Cl!!fi;f»ATJfiK — I ? ; ? '

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

For Sale. ^OR SALE or EXCHANGE a *s®' Team of Fjke Yo'jsg Bullocks. Oitiw oe Tins PjtrEi;. Notice. | t HEREBY apologise io Mn. G. T. MARSHA] ,L for (lie insulting language I made use of to him in ; Mcriiba-srreet, Narioniine, on the 5lL ! FEBRUARY last. 1 His JOHN x FBXTOX. , Mark Witness : i J. A. Bahheh, Solicitor, Kairomioe To Let. A COTTAGE, containing seren rooms, j with Stable, Buggy Shed aud all con- j veniences, situate near the Park, Rout, ! 30o Cd per week. Ajplv. G. WALLACE. Newa Agent, Kai-romiue. Government Advertisement. Duhbo, 2Uh Fehruarv, 1900. rFEXDEES are iBiilcd for iMrBOVKMr.NTS -*? to Half-time School nt Banduloo. ' Specifications will* t«.j..« »i ^utmiou anil ; Iraiigie. -IVsidiTp must he scut to intjMvtor ol School?, Dubbo, on or before Iho 2$rd Slarcii licit. GEO. n. UrKT, Inspector, 3a3I9 Notice. THE Office of Mr.. J. A. BAMRKR, Solicitor, ?will be in Mcrilba-strcct, near the Council Chambers, ami oppo site Mr. Obus' Cordial Factory, uulil further notice. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 March 1900

HAVlNGv-fi'vi-rpfl /JliK. cV.n..fti-u.. will, GIFFJTI5S'1 UO^-. '--^t -? lllMMIUI&ev.V^.U'hi' .-I'llJ.fK'-.Jl 111 Ik 111:, !m.\v Colllllirl'l'l fi ',-?} Uusii.isK - ii His Ov n, Etc. ; BedratJf-^mTs.for Tc«s of Sterling Quality; ^-.ffiWe-iKs aim. I ^ ' I ' Brisbane-street, Dubbo, A^'FllIAL SoTCITKl) lf^\ ., . — ? I Suits to measure from, 42s. I Trousers, 12s 0d. j I PoriVet fit GumimUid, ? A Largo Assortment of J'.-iHorjis to 1'hIc f it in at \^^m^^--}-« ? ,' ? -, ? General* Store, Narrominc. I Th Principal Wool Centre in Australasia I Total Sales in Au^ralnsia for lii-s« Frawm, US,* $ £ U«l». 'f ''i-:l1 I 447-517 J'ii;*-s «'?'«! «l!tl '' 's;'lll'(v. i I The great popularity of the Syii-ey Sules is el. inly .-viiU'UCfil liy *-'»*- | ? i-ajiid increase in ll»oqn:n.ri«y.«.*'vi.i-l &'M uuh.ine l.uii.ln'i ? uf Usilt-b ' sold- fl in i.lmi market 'having «!piu ihiiii duuMid during -lu- |m^t u-n yfjsis. I .Sales In U every . week during the S a-cu liy o:u-h of tlic uudvi ? ...

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Wool and Produce Report [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

Wool aiid Produce Report For the week ending itarch 10, 1000 The Australasian Mortgage a--d Agency Co., Ltd ; John Bridge an ; | Co., Ltd, ; DalK- fy and Co., Lid. ; i Goldsbrongh, Morn, nnd Co , Ltd ; ! Haviisou, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd., I Hill, Clnrk, nnd Co. ; New Zealand \ Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., \ Ltd. ; Pastornl Finance Association, Ltd. : Wiiichcoiub '. Carsmi, and Co., j Lt.l.j Wyly, Trench j-d, andOo: J. i C. ^ oun^j mid Co , i'1-jiiiit as luliows : WOOL. . 12,613 haVs iffcivd iliis work pud salch total 11,818 bales (it i.uction and i priva'i-Jy. Tin-re sis a f-ood aih-i. dance ; of buyeis hut competition whs stuck ami iirogulur, and the market sis cum- . pared with Hint of a nionih ago was 1v-wct by 5 toJ-J-.puv ceiit, aid even more iu the case nf fc.uliy smd inft'i-i -v '? wools. The selection of wuoi idrerod was only. m-dium whh very tew at tractive lots. '1 lu're was n strong de- i ruand for 9000 staple parcels ofgreasy j lambs wool for which eotnp.vativt'ly j t...

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BUNDEMAR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

BUNDEMAB. Races were held here on the 17th March with rf.ther an enihusiastic and thirsty crowd in attendance. The host of (he Buudomar Hotel deserves a word of praise for the able manner m which lie catered foij the wants of ?the visitors, Following are the results of the principal events: Opekikc Hakdioap. 3- Sullivan's Kennedy ... 1 It. Bei.fit-ld's Warrior ... 2 Six started but Eeunedy never gate any of them a chance, as he led jrom the start and, won* by a good two lengths. St Patrick's Day Handicap. R. Bcnfield's Wavrior ... 1 G. Sullivan's Boomerang ... 2 Four started. ' The ? Handicap. 3. Dowdell's Miss Robinson... 1 Mr Ring's Saint ... 2 S'.x started. Beaten Stakes. J. Connell's A arch Fly ... 1 R. Benfield's Sweetheart ... 2 Fonr started; I have omitted one race owing io not being able to get the names of the placed horses 'Between the races a Sweepslake Handicap was run off; also an Old Buf£ci''s Bace, J. Connel wiuning the former and T. Council the latter. The settling t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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ROCKS AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

Rocks Ahead. If tho freely, and, in some cases, forcibly expressed sentiments and ideas of some memoers wno are ponularlv retrnrdfirl as supporters of the Lyne Adminis tration, be any guide to parliamentary possibilities, then there are rocks ahead of4the Government and all the ele ments of a Ministerial crisis may be present when Parliament meets. There are many'heads still 6ore on the Gov ernment side, and there are lukewarm Government supporters who appear to be chilling fast. The explanation is apparently that the Ministers have been at no pains to please their fol lowers during the receBS while they have been frirly cordial and concilia tory to members from whom they can expect neither consideration nor quarter. So the Ministerialists threaten to fail in their fidelity. Mr G. H. Reid's prospects of the Federal Premiership are decidedly on the increase. His mest formidable rival, Mr Edmand Barton, will prob ably prefer the Speakership. of tho House of Representatives, the Presi ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE BOER WAR Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

THE BOER WAR StdSBT, Tuesday. The banks and markets at Bloem« fontcin have resumed business. A portion of the stores that w-re being carried by the British convoy captured at the fiii-t River has been recovered at Bloemfoutein. Thirteen train loads of Boers left the town iust before iln khit»,,.j«.. 1 he burghers desired President Steyn to transfer the keys of the public offices, but he fled on the pre tence that he was^ going to visit an outpost. The railway from the Cape to Bloemfontein is now open. ' Lieutenant-General Gafacre is at Spnngfontein. The cavalry north of Bloemfontein have reported that the couutry is clsar to tbe Modder River. The enemy is jn strength at Van Reenan s Pass. A skirmish has taken place at De Beer s Pass, n few miles further north between the Boer and the British ontposts. Lord Roberts lias officially ccusured L,eutenant-Geneval Gatacre for tho reverse at Stormberg Colonel Plnmet, with his relieving force, is nearing Mafekiug. The railway is reported cle...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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TIMBRIEBONGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

TXMBEIEBOXGIE. After tLc recent ruins everything is brgiuuing to look greeu :ig-iin, nfti-r Lining parched anil diy for a long t:mc. Stock is iu good condition and t-hnuld remain so thioughout the viuter, Fish are now biting fairly well. I have heard of several good eaicbis being mado, while I have been fairly successful, having c.-iught several nice l.'od up to six pounds. On. Saturday iiight lost, I managed to hook one which, I should fay, would weigh at ' ii;ist 30 pounds, and after pulling him to the top jp£ the water he gave two or thiee very liard pulls and way went - In' book and fish as well. Tlio cricket match, Timbriebongie v Trangie, trlm-h was to Lave been ployed on the local ground on Saturday viek was contested Saturday last and lesulted in a win for the local men by 80 runs. Trangie representatives, on goiug first to the wickets ran, up a Bcore of 63, A. Holland bowled very i ffectively. Timbrk boutrie put up a Ecoro of 93, J. buttswoith playing a capital innings for ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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District Mems. DANDALOO. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

District Meins. ' From onr Currcepoudleuls. DANDALOO. I OnSaturday, 17tn March, (he Dan daloo Jockey Clnb held iheir first Annual meeting ou'-Mr'.P. J. Bartei's course. .The attendance numbered nearly 300, including visitors , from Cobar, Kyugan, Ntvertirc, Wiam-n, Trangie, .Narromine, Dubbo, P-ak Hill .-dt id Wellington. The meeting ?was a decided success. The following officials, assisted by a strong committee p vformed theiv duties sntii-factorily:' Mr T. B. Clrawr, st.irti'r; Mersrs. A. P. Meant1}' and Wt Robinson, judges ; Mr 0. Richardson, cli.rt Of (lie scales; Mr J. Roleilson, clerk of the conrse ; aud Mr C. Wntt, (secretary, who s-.'emeel to bo (he rig-ht mun iu the risjlit p'ai-e, Pol 'owing arc lite icsnlts : Oi' kino Handicap of £15. D'stancp. G furlongs. ll:s limit's oli g. .cati'-'ii ... 1 Mi- MarioiVbiu Dovpoh ... 2 Other stai-fors : Golibust, & Gobul-inn Goldbust was first past th« post, but oh weighing in was.H-lhs t=li-.»i-t. which was v-*ry util'iiHuniitrt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

f -S' ? - '-?? : Chandler and Co, NARROM1NB j Boiler FJour Mills, j *J*vE;3IRE to inform Storekeepers, ?**# 'Bakers' Farmers, and the Public generally that the nbove Mills, fitted \\_it1i tbe Latest jind moit Up to-date Machinery, are now in full *vo»pfcuigior-Jtir. : Flour of gnarautccd quality. Bra-t ami Pollard ou sale atjowctt pfioos. Gristing Done. fviiSS McCLYHIONT; ' FASHIONABLr DRESS :UKSR AXD COS T,U MIE't. (Late of liatliur.-t) 'CJ^GS-to -iiuiaiiite to tlio ladies of st* Nfarromine and District ih:it pl-ip lias forntni?!\ncil bnsiiip^ at Nssvi---- _ 'uJuf. . Moceraie Charge s. ^^^^^E---wcst Designs and Latest Fashions. ^^^» Ml SB DRAPER, ^^^^^^^F Stationery Oejpot, ^^^^^pOppo^iio Ejwhnnge Hotel. |P^f b peonies gahFjjFaiigls' '., tfVJHE umieisigi cri bp-r to notify tlio *!'» m-idetits of Trnnjrieiiiidiiislviot Ilmt (hey have slarteij business as., IUkkrs in TraiiRic, a:.-d trust ttiot.lijr t-upplying first-class -hi cad to merit, a?' f-hnre of support. 1'Lev iuive brought t...

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Trangie Races. (BY WIRE.) Thursday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

Trangie Races. ?(BY WIRE.) Thursday, 7 p.m. Tho annual races eventuated to-Jay. The attendance was large and the rau ing good. Appended are the results: OPENING HANDICAP. Buckle ? 1 Lady Tyler ? 2 Ingomar ? 3 Betting : 6 to 4 Ingomar ; 2 to 1 Buckle ; 4 to 1 Lady Tyler. CORINTHIAN HANDICAP. Alarm ? 1 - Mat ? 2 Trouble ? 3 Betting : Evens Sleep, 4 to I Alarm PUBLICANL' PURSE. Ponto, 8.1 ? 1 Pine Ridge, 7.6 ? 2 Ingomar, 9.3 ... ? 3 Beeting : 6 to 4 oil Ponto. TBASTGIE HANDICAP. Sateen, 8.5 ? 1 Lady Tyler, 8.7 ? 2 Doreon,8.7 ? 3 Betting: Evens Sateen-; 4 to 1 Lady Tyler. t FORCED HANDfCAP. Pine Ridge ? 1 Sleep ? 2 Alarm ? 3

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 23 March 1900

Brief Mention Eggs are scarce in Sydney. # ♦ 1950 men and 1750 horses is the New South Wales contribution to South Africa. *** Copeland, M.P., aptly termB military ex penditure in tbe colony an insurance fund for the colony, A butcher wan last week fined £20 in Sydney for exposing tho carcase of a diBCiBed cow for sale, ?*? Years ago in the Assembly, Burdetl, Smith, in a pompous and windy speech bad preceded Bruce Smith, who spoke in bis wonted in definitcand enigmatical Btyle. The lale A.-J Taylor came next and remarked of the two oratione, that the first was ' mythical ' uud the second ' Brucesmilhicul.' ? *? Mr Hookc, credited wilh 200 descendants, celebrated uis 100th birthiloy at Singleton. He nttended a thanksgiving service in the local Church of England. *#* There is real humor in the story of tho native refugee from the Bund, who hid his treasure in a bar of soup, aud so brought it safely through the Boer lines. Ho had livod in the country to 6onic purpose, for he hud learne...

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