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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
Yet another ftago has boon reached in the tardy progress of the war in ' South Africa. To the wondrrtnent i of many, Lord Roberts is marking time aud entrenching Bloenifoutcin afivr his rictorior s march through tlie intervening Free btate territory. It was geuerally believed tlint the British forces would, by bow, be wnll onto! ths ramparts of Victoria. It came as a surprise; indeed asja shook, when it was cauled that the Boers worn in force ou lire skirts of Blomfoution, ib.it they were iuipirgnabty posted in ihe uoriberu half of the Free Sttite and that they siiU hdJ the south eastern portion of Um game Republic. The Bolts seemingly are like the cuts — in possession of nine lives, else ihey must long since baTe been driven to wards the Transvaal capital. It is uo«v moro than two months «inco Kimbeiiey was relieved aud yet the gallant defenders of Mafeking Lave not been rescued from their ftwfui plight. Salvation, hoivever, cannot be far off. There must be a British force in the F...
THE BOER WAR SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
THE BOER WAR Sydxey, Tharsday. (ioiiprals Bnller's Warren's and Ruburts' dispatches in repaid to the abiiiidoiniieiit of Spinn Kop have been pazetted. Lord Roberts severely cou di-iuns Thorueycroft's inexcusable as samptiou of responsibility iu ordering ; lvtiivjnent, and holds General Warren '. srniltv of urrors and wmit of indnneut He coudem'iiB General Bullcr foi'sliow i'g a disinclination to assert his authority. Lord Rob^rtri considers General LJhller's wide flanking move ment ^YeIl devised, aud it ahould have tuceeided, but General Warren thought the route too long aud tried a nior's direct road, iiecessiUiticg the occupation of Spiou Rip. General Duller justifies Thorney croft's evacuation of Spurn Kop, but condemns General Warren's absence of proper organisation. The English newspapers are gravely concerned at the ri'veJatious. They applaud Lord Roberts' wise and whole some severity. General Buller's resignation is anticipated. Wepener was surrounded on Tues day. The Boer at...
Latest Intelligence Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
$attst Sntettigenee Sydiiry, Thursday Id spit-! of tin; plnguo sciire in Sydney dur ing Mnicli, I hut mouth w.-is nn exceptionally houlthj 0110, tin' totiil deMhs b.'ing lees Hllm in any corresponding month for tho previse tci) yean 'J'iic I'rotetionist Confurt'ucu has elected Mr Rnfifi. M P. sir l5rL»«\Hpnt Ai, y : sturiky's yearling fiiIcb 730 gi-'iiFn,( wsb puid for Spitelul'S ljnif-sister; 7S Jotj realised / 140 guinent Tlic railway wrninga . for llife JiiiBf. quarter bIiom- nn incrcosc of £63,039 over correspond ing period of hist yeur At tho Ueiidigo AsbSucs jeelcWny Dbcnctcj. Millur wus found guilty of aesaulljng u little pii'l to whom he wus relutcd. gcntcucc ot death wus jiatsed Throe youth- Herb arrCBtod ntOawiBm. New Zenland, nnd charged with the uiur.Jcr of ' Her f';ir!riflj-e Sfvcr.l iiiindrcd perfions eliowed symptoius of poisoning allci1 returning from the i?tith ltiec-coiirse on Tncfidny Sonic doctors Beti ously diffi'r us to the cause ol the outbreak A eu-jiicioua c...
HORSES FOR NARROMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
E01SES F0H N\SE,OKllSfa. Amongst tlie s-t'ick falcs at the Sydney Show on Tuesday, we notice the following --f local interest; On hchaii of Mr John Grant (In. vercargill, N.Z.) — Hero Again, dap pled bay, by Young Clydesdale Hero, dam Keie — W. O Xeill (Narromiiie) SO puiueas. Ou account of C. J. Tucker (Belford Singleton) — Rautiu1 Robin, bay colt, foaled November 9, 1S97, by Prime Minister (imp), dam DiamnfiH — Mr Grahain Smith (Narroiniup) loOgs. On account of Dr Alausou (Albiou Park) — Jack's the Lad. dark bay, 4 years and 4 months, sire Bounie Hrenst-knot (imp),- dam, Polly (imp) Mr VV. B, Peny (Compton, Narro uiine), 60gs. Prown gelding, by Cambria from Faiifield by The Drummur — Mr C Kicr,- IGgs Chestnut, filly, by Sfedallion from Devotion by Goldsbrough — Mr C Rice, 35gs Bay fi ly, by Medallion from Taur anga by The Drummer (imp) — Mr C Kice. *.5gs Chestnut filly, by Penoschal from Terrain (imp), by Hermit — Mr C Rice, 3'3j.'S Sir G. Smith's Marshall Ki-iih II was sold for 7...
WAR MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
WAR MEM 3. All notions (says a Glnsgow man at the front) aiu represented in the 0 ii'iny's ranks — Ainei'icatiB,- Bnglii-b, JSuoleli, Iiisl), Swedes, Gornmn, &c. One. man wlio v,as wouudid said to one of our fellows who was about to biiyuet liiui, 'Give a Glasgow man a chancp.' These men are there for the sake of loot, and aie thu scum of tlie Cape. *** A laily, writing fsom Pielsmavitz burj?, SH*ye :— One man is Fond of: Klmwiug his boot with u bullet iu it ; ] the bnot is beauiifully polished nnw, i and tbo naik in the hool sbino biil- j iiantly, Anoflipv man was shot five j tinn'B throuuh'iiip clothing aud escaped n-itlioin r-qn-y- Our cf ih- ni. st snr pvitiiue I'j-cuni'S was Wits that of u liiaii who was i-liot when his t..onth was open. The buil'! madu a small wound in Irs cheek, but did not break atooth or otherwise liui-t him. *** The Iris.li people are making au ! eSori to prove that Lord Huberts is au Irisbmau. They a/imit that his mother was an Ivish lady, bis fat...
The World as it Is. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
The World as it I». One of the greateBt trials of the lewspaper profession (savs Dr. I'almagc) is that its members are jonipelled to see more of the shams of lie world than any oilier profession. I'lirough every large jewspaper cjfljve, day after day, go all the weak nesses of tlie world; all the- vanities that want to be puffed ; ail tLe mis takes that want to be reaped ; all dull Bpcakcrs that want to be tln-ught eloquent; aii the .meanness that wants to get iis wares noticed in tbe edi torial columns gratis to save a tax in the advertising column, ail the men who want to be set right, who never were right; all tlie crack-brained philosophers with stories as long as thijr hair, and as gloomy us their fing.r nails : all the boies who come to stay for five hours. In the edi torial and repertorial rooms all the follies and shams 'of the world are seeu day after day, and the temptation is to believe neither in God, tnan, uor woman, It is no surprise to me that in this profession there...
The Judge and the Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
Ihe Judge and the Ball Mr Acting Judije Harris came into collision with the bandmaster and A hall coinmitti-e at the Waluett Quarter Si'ssions. Tlure was a ball in aid of t'lw funds of the Mechanics' Institute, aid his Honor boing anxious lo pit tlii'nngl) Oju TVi'i-k of the court was continuing the business at night. Souieiinie towargs 10 p. in the strains of the band from the School of Arts pivvcuted a jnror from hrariug the evidence, and His Honor sent a police man requesting ihe baud to ' stnp it.' The guests and committee however, indignantly objected, and instructed the band to continue. His Honor then intimated that he would oommit the bandmaster Aud ball committee for contempt uultss they desisted. Even tually a compromise was arrived at, the committee using the piano till tbe court closed.
Parkes Races. FIRST DAY—April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
Piirkes Eaces. FIRST DAY— April 16. NtiwnniTlict Handicap, of 40 sovs: 6 furlongs. 3lr B Bruee'it Got doo-rfl, 7 9 ... 1 \V « Ktrr's Hugo Viuior, 7.8. .. 2 J Baker's Sod 1 7.12 ... 3 Time, Imin 2O.sec. PnblicaiiB1 PurSe, -.f 20 sovs. 1 mile. Jlr S Clarke's Winoliue, 8.9 ... 1 15 Peanock's Mulguli, 8.7 ... 2 3 Glazier's Ruby, 8.12 ... 3 Time, lmin 53 sees. Nursery Handicap, of 30 sovs. G furioups, Mr C. Smith's Constellation, 9.2... 1 C Bi-rcsfurd'e Parana, 9.2 ... 2 H M cLean's Donald ,92 ... 3 Town Plate, of (30 fovs. Mrs j Hunt's Sateen. 0.12 ... 1 Mr .1 Flanriery's Robi bay, 7.5 ... 5 S Clarke 'e Caroline, 8 3 ... 3 Time, linin 484-5'sees. ISx&ter Handicap. Mr C Bainett'BGoldbiKt. 8.8 ... 1 33 Peacock's Mulgah, C.ll ... 2 ] W Drew's Portland, 8.4 ; 3 ' Time, lmin 25 sics. SHCOKD DAT. Flvinp irnndicap of 33 eovs C furlongs J UaWs Sodi, 7*t 81b ? 1 K W McLean's TiicJiord, JOst ... 2 W Brew's rortlnnd, 7st 131b .... '' 3 Oorarigery Handicap of 25 sovs. 6 furlongs I1 McPliill...
CONCERNING THE SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
CONCERNING THE SPORTS 'Twos on the sixteenth of April, The mem broVc.Une and elc-or, We harnessed uji our hovsos, And for NfiiToiniiie di \ steer. We were poing to the fi'fc, Arthur Lidl'ttter ui:d I, To inert Ihe Karroinine runners, And onr jjaceb for to try. We arrived in yarrouiine township, Feeling a good deal out of sorU Ent wore quite freshened up agaiu Before we joined the sports. And nil (he boys could toll; about V. i\« n'thiijj else but. Pnul. And the favorite he was sure to win, ajjatie if he did not full. As for the Sheffield Handicap I thonsht it 1 would win. But in that little conceit i was greatly l*Lrn in. is for the N.nromine starter, lie mis better t uui 1 reckoned. And left me stnndina on the n.nrl-, 80 I was run out in the eecoiid. lie)) he eamr.in first. And snilud in like u bird, Paul he ran for second place, And Bracey came in third. Anil fo put Bell out of it They did their TCry be?f, They said hn wa6 a cronk 'un, And would enter a iJrotest. Anil into his per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 April 1900
Tlie doctor may scoff, and likewise sticer, When to hie nrlvice you lend Lim no ear, But tell him hie fee is u little too dear Fo* the good that lie doea irben you feel & bit queer. He from you the eooret mry try to allure The cure for all coughs so ohenji nnd so sure, B«6penso you'll not let him then too long end Ore, But explain that it's Woods' Great Pepper xuiut Cure,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Chandler and Co, NARROM1NE , Boiler 'Flour Mills, ?jtfcKSHlE to inform Storekeepers, »'S* Bakers' Fnrmorn, mid the Public general1}- that the nbnve Mills iittjd with the hnicBl and tyost U}-- lo-djite Machinery, are uuw in full wnricihgbrder, Klojr of pn a run I red qualify. Bran and Pollard on sulc at lowcpt prices. Gristinsj D mo. Saddle $$ Harness ffiarkjr, UEHR1BOXG STREET, (Next The BLUK STORK) ?STjKGS (o iilTVirm the rftiiJrnts nf ?S*5» Nhiv. Ill i m- iiini |)i.~.tr:et iliat lie liiis slatted Busings :is Abuvn, hi.i] tius-ts by SHiict Attention n d Mud ? r n'e Cl u'gi'g to command a Liberal I'litroiiHge. A TRIAL SOU D.TED. Mr. Walter Hawko, TKACHtfR Or' FIANOFOBIE and ORGAN, *tf?S dechous -o make kinwn ilmt lie w will cniiniK'Ui-e with Fu|-i R frum Febi uary 2'Jili. Hoing hii exwrieuccd liand, he guariuitut's every satisfac tion. Anv iufiirinntinn rcqnind will hu supplied liy Mr. I). Simon, NuiToinino. TtiliMS Alol-Ei:.UK. 1 ? ; ? i — TANKSINKING. CLANKS lakon. KsihnatiR and *...
Sow to Prevent Croup. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Sow to Preveni Croup. We have two children who are sub ject to attacks of crou,. Whenever an attack is ctimiug oh my wit'e gives them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack It is a household necessity in this county and no miitter whot cl&e we run out of it would not do to be without Cliatn bcrlain's Cough Remedy. More of it is sold here than all other cough niedi ciues combined — J. M. Nickuj, of Nickle Bros., merchant*, Nickfrville, P&. For sale by G. W. liavlow & Co. For Children's Hacking Cougli nt nigbt j Woods' Great Fcppcrmint Cure Is 6d j
MINORE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
MIN0RE. A grand social and supper was held in the Mechanic's Institute here, on Wednesday, 18th instant, and proved a brilliant success. The wf-atber was nil that could be desired, and iti cum sequence abont 30 ladies responded to the invitations. The hall was very tastefully decorated, for the occasion with flags aud Chinese lanterns, and the floor bavin g the reputation of be ing a snperb one, all present very gaily indulged in the terpsichorean art to the sweet strains of tbe violin and violin. As a rule, tbe promoters of these socials, which have only lately come under our notice, do thi-ir ntmobt to make the evening ap pleasant as passible for all visitors who attend, by providing dressing rooms both for ladies and gentlemen, and all other conveniences essential to their com fort. The price is never more than a nominal sum, and those who once avail themselves of the opportunity of attending the festivities given nt Minore, always express themselves as depirous of being present ...
PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
PETITION. ] The following petition emnnating ' from tho Executive of ihe Good Tem- j plar Orders is in course of biguature : | ' Tout* petitioners huaibiy pray that j in view of the many anil serioiis ceils connected with the liquor tmllio tbe LinenSiuer Acts be so amended as to firstly, cause such, a .reduction iu the ' hours of sale in Public Houses aud places held hy WinetLiceusers, tbat they stay be broughf into harmony with those for ordinary tibiips ; and, secondly, to ensure more effective Sunday closing 1'bat to bring about this better Sunday Closing your petitioners pray for provisions iu the law tbat will make it thoroughly efficient and tbat will especially include the recommendations of the Intoxicat ing Drink Iiit|ftiry Oomuvxsivu which, if adopted, would cast upon pt-rsons found iu Public Houses during pro hibited houiB the ouuts of proof tbat they -were there for a lawful purpose.
Magisterial Enquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Magisterial Enquiry. On Wednesday last Mr W. E? D'Arcy, of Walla Walls, - near Narromine, died under peculiar cir cumstanceB, aud on Saturday Inst a magisterial enquiry was conducted at li'n \ntpt rPBidpnp.ft hv Mr R, d l)n\ huuty, J.P., District Ccroner. Marion D'Arcy, widow of tbe de ceased, deposed that she resided with him at Walla Walla ; on the previous Saturday evening he returned home from Cauowiudra and told her that he bad walked in from Campbell's hotel, and was very ill, and had to lie down several times on the road; he began vomiting and craving for water ; he told her that he had had some fresh hnrrings from a tin at an hotel at Canowindra on the Wednesday previous, and had been ill ever since; all that day be craved for water and took nothing else ; sent into Burroway and got him some castor oil, milk, lime water and other things ; gave him some of these and ho Ecemcd to gi't better, but on Monday night cod, pluiiud of puius iu his utumach ; o Tuesday night he was ver...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
J* A. BAMBEE, S0LICX10B, Cowem-'s HotEt, BonnAWAt-STiiEEt, NARBOMISB. Dental Notice Mr, H. D.TeRGUSON, SUEGEON DENltST, FROM C. L Adams' Dental Establish' me nt will visit .Nerromiue regularly every week in the future. Pain-ess Ex»ractions a Speciality Notice. tHE Directors under the Pastoral and Stock Protection Act for the Dubbo District, have made au assessment of 2s per 100 sheep, aud i 3J per head oil largo stock (borscs and cattle) ; and offer a bonus of 20s for grown Dii-gocs, 5s for Paps ; hnd 2d ench for Wullahys, Crows, Hares, aud Kangaroo Ratu. R. W. DULHUtfTY, Secretary. Dabbo, March 31,-1900. Tyring ! If your wheels are in need of repair, call aud see D. Simon. I Latest appliances. Staff of competent ! men oi-, including paiuter and trimmer. a Remarkable Cure. r tWaity Doctors Pail; ? ' Anaemias General Debility A RADICAL CURE EFFECTED. (Set Syiruy 'Bseninj A'evtt,' JJ/5/9S.) -BT OCR SrEClAt, UrO&TKK.) Mra. Buehby, of 69 Crown-itreet, Sydney, having beeu cured o...
What is Said: [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
What is Said : That Messrs. Ritchie and Cubitt have dissolved partnership. V That Mr Ritchie has taken unto himself another partner — for life tbiB time. The NtWts wibhes the' new ' firm ' the best of good luck. That great interest was taken in the footrace ou Saturday last, but there was very little betting. *** That the newly appointed Common Banger is causing some consternation amongst those stock owners who havo had the use of tbe Common so long free. #*# That entries for the forthcoming Dubbo Show close on Monday next. That Mr G. D. Ritchie, auctioneer, of Nanoiniuc, was married at Warren on Tuesday last. That two tennis clubs are being formed iu Narromine — one on each side of the line. That two hats were stolen from the Assembly Hall on Tuesday evening, whilst the Quadrille party was in progress. That Mr W. B. Perry's stock pur chases at tbe Sydney show arrived at Narromine by train on Friday last. The fine stallion, Jack's the Lad, was much admired as he passed through the t...