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THE BOER WAR SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

THE BOER WAR Sydket, Thursday, Colonel Pilcher drove the Boeroi posts at Ladybrandt intothe town» taring the iandroost. Captain Olivier's column is advai ing iu tbe direction of iSbvekal. The Boers are massing entrench positions at Biggarsberg. The Boers packed their baggage Newcastle, ready for retreat. . Twenty thousand of the enemy i guarding nine passeB in the Diacke berg mountains. -They have remvfl tbeir big guns from Biggarsberg. ? The Kaffirs are employed diggfl trenches at Johaunesberg. ? A detachment of Roberts' canfl made a roonnaisance towards Ceaufl bnt failed to outflank the Boers nlB they drew into the open, The Brifl sustained a few casualties. ? Joubert is at Pretoria- apparciM conferring with Erugei'. ?. ? ? Lord Roberts will shortly proofl to Capetown to meet bis wife M daughter. ? ? ? Russia's reply to the Prc&identsW peal, expresses regret at their ioabifl to comply with the request for nufl tion, which was impossible after & bary'a categorical ....

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DANDALOO. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

DANDALO0. Dandaioo has lapsed into its former quietness after the races. The principal topic of conversation is the benefie.ial phuwcr of rain on Tuesday night. The amounts regis tered, were: Dnndaluo, 110 points; The Albnrts, 2-50 points. As UMinl afror a shower the roads were in a bad state, the moils arriving at Dandaioo from Trangic last, week in a haphazard style. No mail one day and two the nest. About 40 horses left here last week for Tr&ngid as army remounts, only a few, however, being sold. SuveraJ flocks of shepp passed through the town duriug the week.. on their way down the river, ^ ? .

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Off to Dandaloo. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

Off to Dandaloo. The news has resclied us from of.-jr, Where sun* arc fierce, aurt plnins arc bare, Thnt Jolinny Ayers line journeyed to The famous town of Duuduloo. The folks up there know very wi-11 That Johnny comet lii* puue'to en-f]! ; And though he comet to ' do or die,-' TherJoTe to teen bloke !);st'« ' flv.' Po, Johnnie armed willi liorsop pliree, Saje, ' I am coiimi to go nnd fi-e These horsey hloW nt Damloioo, And ice tliie favourite meeting through. My1 old friend Did; I sorely mies, He's -'snoring ' )?. Die iiH.'tVojxilis j I'd shout h lotigniiil Ion I ' liurroa.' If Dick was up at Dandaioo. What fun we'd linrr at Pnndnloo — The land o1 Scot* nnd w.iilaroo ; Where gentle strangers are tutcn down, And ,eft te rave with .ut a ' brown.' But Dandaioo will find mi' tough, No ?' kid ' for nip — no noisy ' bluff.' So I will gaint-Iy fm-c \U-: new That ruu the eliow at Uaudaioo. And if perchance the futra unkind Will cause nii»fortuiii-'i i.et to bin;l Me in a long, long oloec e...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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ARMOY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

ARM0Y. A very enjoyable dance took place «t Mr Lnukka's (Weiia), on Safurday evening last, as a faiewill to Mr. G. Roberts, who is leaving tbo district for Blayney to rpen an hotel. About 30 couples Rat down to eopper, which as usual, was n credit to the ladies, as they left nothing to be desired in catering for the visitors I am given to understand tlint, sf^ps are beinng taken to have a hall erected for the convenience of the selector**. We wish the people of Annoy the best of luck in their undertaking.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

SMALL DEPT3 COURT. W. O'Nci I v. J-hii Lindsay. No appearance: struck ? ut. W. O'Neill v Rnhert Elliott. Dis honored cheqne, £9. Verdict for Amount with costs, W. H. Drought v. Sheldon. Goods sold, claim Us Gd. Verdict foramonnt with costs, Elliott and Co. v. Helen Fish. Settled out of Court. William Johnson v. G. A. Rifchie. Goods sold, claim jM4s. Amount paid into Court. Charles Bass v Edward Burns. Goods 6old and cash lent. 15s lOd ; 16s paid into Court. Vrrdicfc for £1 15s. ?

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, APRIL 1ST, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Scxdav, Aprh, 1st, 1900. S. Marys, Narrnmlnp — 11 am., Matins; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. The Reitdcr. All Sa;nts, Trance— lla m., MntinH nnd Holy Cnmninnion ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong, Rev F. J. Harris. Cathundril (Mr HaKell's)— 3:30 p.m., TU\, p. J. Harris. Tyi inrr ] yf vour wiippia arc in need of rcpnir, call and SFe D. Simon. Lalefit npp'imicr-8. Slaff of compp.tent mm on, including paiuter and trimmer,

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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TRAVELLING SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

TRAVELLING SHEEP On Monday last, 26th instant, 2,035 wethers passed throngh Narromitie, en route for Marylaridn from Cobar, F. Angus in charge ; W. Bums, owner. FATAL ACCIDENT Mrs Calvert, the wife of Mr T. Cal vert, selector of Wilga Vale, whilst driving along the road to Peak Hill, on Saturday' morning last, came upon a horse and cart loaded with timber, up set, the bottom of the cart being up wards. A boy was lying beneath with the f nil weight of the timber upon him. Mrs Calvert drove prst haste to Peak Hill and informed tbe policp, who rode to the scene «f the accident and there saw the body of a boy named Reginald Oscar Hogsflcsh. His back was broken and other injuries were in evidence. The decpnsed wat conveyed to Peak Hill, where an inquest was held on the liodv. 'HELPING THE DISTRESSED Alderman G. W. Bell and Senior Countable Stewart, canvassed the town yesterday for subscriptions in aid of .Jumps Love, who is in destitute cir- 1 cumstances owing to having been laid un with...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

ill; Ejf - ?-;?-. NARUOiftKE ; H llolier Floiir Mills, e^DSlBK to inform Storekeepers, 4sf Inkers' Farmers, and tlie Public generally tiiRt-&e above -JfjHs, fitted with the Latest and most Up to-date Machinery, are ^pw in^iy working order. ;L ' s* Flour of guaranteed quali-? ^ ' Bran ami Pollard on sale nt, lowoi-i , prices. Gristin? Hi lie. IhsjTmitchell, FA-HI-KA3L DRES3JASSR AM' COST OMI-B ?''*??' (Ul»; of Uatlmr.-t) SEGS to iniimntu to tl^ lali.i's.-'-f-. S»r.rijJ)i'»u al111 Hisfict *\tj]& she liBRK-oiiiineiifcd biuiinws nt XareB* miiu'. Modeiato Cliargs. Newest Di'sigus and Latest' FiiihiaijjS,..' Addukss: — MI 33 DRAPER, Sfcitimii-ry Depot, Oppo'iic Ksahnngd H-itol. ? fFpeopieslakeiiJpaaoifi gpHE undersign cl b-g to notify the 4» resiJents of Ti-aiiuii; Hiid ilisti-ici lliat they Imve stand bnsim-ss ns Uakkreui Trmiaie, and trust that by Bnppying lii'*t-c!nss broul to nmnt a share of support. They luive ln-.m^lit the price of bread down from '3i to 2kl PER LOW....

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Public School PRESENTATION OF PRIZES [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

Public School PRESENTATION OP PB1ZES On Wednesday morning last, Mr S. Phillips, the member for the district, accompatii d hy the Mayor of Narro niine (Aid. A. W«lk«-r), Alderman Bell, Mr Henuessy and Mr. B. J. Douglas, vipitfd the local public school for the pnip?se -if presenting to the winners tto prizes promised by him and also by Aldermen Boll and Nelpon. Tbe visitors were received by Mr P. J. Grainger, the worthy bend master, who explained, aftor the child ren pan?, wry nicely, a for.tbaU chorus, (In1 objict. of l)r l'hiliips' visit aud then read out the- names of tbe bnys nnd gills who had succeeded in winning the vnrious prizes. They art as follows : — Mil. PllH,I.IvS' PWZKS. ]-Mward Hoi linnn (.lux) special prizo TJppi r Fourth : Minniu Gunning and Alexand r Stewart. Lowt-r Ponrtli: Mary Hodges and William CtinuxIlT. Upper Third : Nellie Chandler and John CiiflWd. Low»-r Third: Lu:itia Aprls ' and William Weir. ... Second: Ida Barnet and Thomas Lfwis. Upper Flist: Margaret. ...

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THEY DIDN'T WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

THET DIDNT WAIT. In -the old caUlixhilfi'ip- days a dealer in store cattl.- wns i.ffeied 200 bead of cattle at £2 per bead, and agreed to take delivery nnd pay cash on a certain day, the two vendors tell ing him where they wen; camposd. Mennwhilo, however, lieiu-r chummy with the local constable, he burrowed the latter s uniform, put it on, and, ?with a couple of his men, rnde over to the cattle camp. No Foonsr did the 'duffers' see the uiii'orra than they cleared full gallop, and the bogus constable chased thi-m several miles, while his men drove the cattle into town. Nest day he auctioned the dob at £5 per heed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

Ckronic Diarrhoea Cured, This ii- to certify that I have had ?hrmic diarrh'ea ever since the war. 1 got so weak I could hardly walk or do anything. On ? bitiie of Chamber Iain's Culic, Cholen and Diarrhoea liemwly curc'l m« Kcimul a-iil well. J. R. Gums Kiiuwsi.il!. Va. I had chronic (limrhoea for twelve pears.. Three battles of Chambe - Iain's Colic, Cholra. and Diarrhoea ftomfidy cured ran. S. L Siuvkii, .Fincastle, Va. Both Mr. Gibbrf aud Mr. Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fi ic.istle, Va. They procmeil the rem/dy from Mr W. K. Ca-pcr, a iruggist of th«t place, who is well nc q minted with them and will vouch for fc I') truih of their statem nts. For sale »; G. W. Barlow and Co. Cro-d Enoiga to Take Th« finest quality of loaf sugar in used in the manufacture of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and the root-* used in its pre paratiou give it a flavor similar to that of maple syrup, mik ing it very pleacaut to take. As a medicine for the cure of coughs, colds, la gripp--, ...

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Police Court. Friday, March 23, 1900. (Before the P.M. and W.O'Neill Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

Police Court. Friday, March 23, '1900. (Before theP.M. and .'WV O'Neill Efq , J.P.) Charles Burrows, cBarged with bar ing made use of indecent language in a public place,. was fined £3 with 4s lOd cost of Conrt. . J. E. Patterson v. J. B. Montgomery Insulting language. The Bench held that the information was bad and dis missed the case. E. N. La.wler v. John . Lynch. Un lawfully detaining one hoise. Mr. Ryan appeared for the complainant and Mr Solomons for the defendant. Mr Solomons objected to the informa tioc on the ground that it disclosed no offence. The objectien was upheld and tbe case dismiss' d. Tbe Stock Inspector bad two ra?es against Mr John Lynch, of Hattwood, for breaches of the Disease in Sheep Act. Mr Solomons obj-'Ctetl to the information iu both cases and they were dismissed. John McDonaJ-1, vagrancy. Sentenced to 7 days. ? George Skinner, drunkenness. John Calligan, daunkenncss. Fine! 10s or 3 days. He elected to '* take it out.' Joseph Mntphy, drunkenness. Fitod?8...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

Auction Sale m ESSES. G. D. RITCHIE & Co. will seil by public auction on SATURDAY, MABCH 31, at their Office, near Railway Station, 4 Sulkies,^ Spring Cart, 2 Drays, Sundries. Sale commences at 1.30 p.m. sharp. M. P. Hennessy & Co, AUCTIONEER?, Stock, Insurance, ako Geskrai. Commission Agents. Local Agrnts for tlic Mercantile Mutual Insurance Coy., Lid. Office — Council Chambehs, N-MwOMiNR, To Cyclists & Sports men Generally. A PuilLlC MlKTlNG will be held nt Bell's Kxciuxcf. Hotej,, on FRIDAY, llie Grn of APH1L, at 7.30 p.m. sharp, for the purpose of taking initiatory steps for the formation of a Branch of the Nvw Sooth Wales Leagne of Wheelmen. ROLL UP ! ROLL UP ! M. Y, HENNESSY. ^PMPOUNDED iitTinibWebcugie on «*?) 28rd March, 1000, from Police Paddock by Senior Constable btewart BAY HORSE branded like W H near shoulder, star and snip, near hind foot white, aged, lamp on off shoulder 15 hands, broken. If not released will be sold accord ing to Impounding Ac...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

TbonjaS Bell JfAVING Severed His connection with GIFFITHS' BOS., begt to announce to the Pnhlic that bt has now Commenced Business on His Own, Etc. Bedrock Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality will be ms aim. Brisbane-street, Dubbo, A Trial Soicited Superior Taiiofing Suits to measure froiftj. 42s. Trousers, 12s 6d. Perfect fit Guaranteed. A Large Assortment of PuttoniB to Pick .from. £& LOOiS NOSODOTStjll General Store, SYDNEY WOOL iBKET The Principal Woo! Centre in Australasia Total Sales in Australasia for last Season, 888, S4 Bales, of which 447,517 13ales were sold in Sydney. The great popularity of the Sydney Sales is clearly evidenced by the rapid increase in the quantity of wool dealt with, the number of Bales sold I in that market having more than doubled daring the past tan years. I Sales held every week during tKe. Season by each of the uudor I Wntioned Firms:— I John Bridge and Co-, Ltd I J. C Young and Co I Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co, Ltd I Harrison, Jon...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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District Monies. TRANGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

District Merifis. From our Correspondents. TRA.NGIS. A bflzaar was held on Thnrsclay, Friday and Saturday last, in aid of the B.C. Church, and a large amount was collected. The weather is beautiful here since ,the last rain. The contractors for Mr I. GarKck's new hotel are pushing tbe work alone, and it bids fair to say that it will be nniBhed m a few months. A public holiday was granted here on Thursday last on account of the races, but one enterprising storekeeper disregarded it and kept his m-u on till 12 o'clock, so that all other busi ness places had to follow suit. This is not the way to ingratiate himSelf Mr W. Meizer is bnildmga coupie of new buildings on his block in Dem bong-street. Let us hope be will bare luck with them. The new selectors within two miles of the town have commenced opera tions, especially Messrs. Cokcr, Too, Garlick nnd Priddis, sen Major Thompson was hero on Wed nesday, 2 1st instant, aud bought 48 horses. Mr J. C. ttjrie sold 14, and Mr Body, Mr Richar...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 30 March 1900

The impatience of the Sydney ' D.T.' with the present anti-f-dcial attitude of New Zealand is really amu-inp to those who rtmf-mber the prodigirms efforts of tli!6 journal to keep Federa tion in the interests of the old Sydni y oflioitil and commercial gangs. New Zealand's requist for tliu insertion of certain amendments hy (he Imperial Pailiarnent is stigmatised by the ' D.T.' os a burglarious attack. Al.-o, that, Agent-General Reevi r ' has no more right lo suggest another refer endum than lie hns to demavd thai, there shall ftp female sufEraRe hi Mars.' But, tlie other dny, iJie ' D.T.' Ac p'nre.1 that the Empire wnfnniiten1 nnd that, t.lie cmifcriis of n.!-y nsirt-s -$ h w. re th-- ob ii_'ations -if the whule. So it can lianllv be presumptuous on the pait of New Zialand to mako a Huq pestion to the fonntain head of !t.'ie Empire concerning the natim a.1 cliiinges in a contiguous arra of the Empire. But let that pa-s. It will be ivrnerabwd that wh- n the Fedt-fM C-jhf wns over nu...

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Subscriptions [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 April 1900

Subscriptions Cu'.!t-cte.l by Alderman G^7 Bell and S'-itior-Constablo Stewart, in aid of J^ines Love, who is in destitute cir cumstaue-F, owing to baring been laid up with typhoid fever. '? £ S D A clam W.,lker ... . 0 '10 0 James Nelson ... 0 5 0 G. W. B.ll ... 0 5 0 Henry Stewart ... 0 5 0 1). Kitc.li ... 0 5 0 Sinvou Phillips ... 0 5 0 ,1i..:li Hives ... 0 2 (] Juhn L:\wUt ... 0 2 0 .T.io NVjuiin ... 0 2 0 .ImcIj Iiaigiaves ... 0 2 0 U Obus ... 0 2'. 0 J. A, Draper ... 0 2 0 . Win. Johnsrone ... 0 2 0 Pei-er Herbert ... 0 2 0 Cher n Li»e ... 0 2 6 A. Asti'll ... 0 2 G P. Y. MHson .. 0 2 0 J. N. Allan .. 0 2 6 Waller Cohen ... 0 2 6 P. J. Ryan ... 0 2 6 S- .D ... 0 2 6 H E.M. ... 0 2 0 C.M.G. ... 0 2 6 H.S. ... 0 10 Georsre Wnllace ... 0 2 6 Charles Bass ... ' 0 2 6 T. M. DeutoD ... 0 2 6 Mrs Rj.biuson ... 0 5 0 ffm. Eju-Hrds ... 0 2 6' M. Angus ... 0 10 D. Dry-dale ... 0 2 6 John Cowell ... 0 2 6 J. A. BamW ... 0 2 6 Gmham Smith ... 0 2 6 W. H. Dr-.ugiit ... ' 02 0 Douvd McK- nz...

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Three Doctors in Consultation. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 April 1900

Three Doctors is, Consultation, i From fii'ujiiniii FrankJiii. When you ai'c s'ck, what y.m- like b'tt is to be chosen for medicine iu the first place : what rxperii-nce tePs you is best, to be chosen iu the second p'ace ; what renson (i.e , tin o-y) says is l!e^t to be chosen in tho liii-t place. B«l if you can get IJr Inclination, Dr. 3'jXppiieuci* ami Dr. ltcHson to hold a coiiFultutioii to gc'iher, they will give you (he best advice that Ciiu bs taken. When Jim hnve n bad cul.l Dr. Incliuntiou would ivcomincnd Chani b rlaiu's Ci'Ugh Henudy bceaiisu it is p^easatit ami safe ti- take.' Dv. Es p riesice would r-c)inmciid it because it never fails to eff ct a: ppei d_y mid i-f-'nia-'ient cure. Dr. Reason would ricomniftud it becansn it is prepared 011 scientific priucipii'F, and a.'ts on nature's plan in relinvinjr the luntts, npeninj» the si-crclior.fi a:id rostoiiug Ihe system to a natural and hi-altij cmdltiou. Fer sale by O. W. Barlow aud Co. Mr J.imes Jackson, Guunedah enys : '...

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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 April 1900

Brief Mention Mr S. Phillips hits promised a eikor medal for the dux (both boy and girl) ot the Narro miue Public at the end of the present year. Master Joseph Hollman IioMb the proud position of dux of the school at pn$ent. 'The Council invites tenders in this iejue for a fair batch of workl *** What has happened the School of Arts movement. Is it dead ? ??* Judging by the numorouB entries for the cycle races at the OddfcllowB1 sports, the for mation of a branch of the New South Wales Le'gue of Wheelmen should prove easy. The meeting is to-night at Bell's Exchange Hotel und we expect to sec a large attendance. M. F. Hcnnossy and Co conducted a very satisfactory clearing-out sale of furniture and effects at Mr G Bailey's, The Arcade, on Saturday lust, good prices ruling throughout. We are sorry to hear of tbe demise of Mra Amorous (mother of our esteemed band master) at an advanced age, who departed this life at her eon'e residence yesterday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 April 1900

$atzst fntettigenee SYDXEY, Thursday, Prince of Wales Fired At A youth at Brussels fired twice at the Prince if Wales. The Prince is uninjured. The voulli was arrested and his pocket* were found to be full of anarchist literature . The Plague, The Premier ot New Zealand says that sooner thun run the risk of Imvir.g the pligua in his colony he would not allow TcsseU ta enter New Zealand. The President of (he Board of Health de clares that t he plague outbreak is compara tively mild, and a far lees serious matter than typ'ioid. It is reported that pan-els of clothing from the plague-etricken portion o£ Sydney, are being sent to Victoria by post. L Up to noon to-day no frvdh outbreak vu reported, nor miy case of eupieious character It is now 36 hours since (lie lnstcase A death was reported from the Quarantine Station this morning, the victim being Chae, Wells, who was removed from Prince AHrod Hospital last Tuesday, having recently arrived from Colo Vale. The work of cleaning the Quar...

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