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Three Doctors in Consultation [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Three Doctors in Consultation Froni^Benjamin'Franklin. When you are sick, what you like bubt is to be chosen for m- (licinc iu the first place : what experience tel's you. is best, to be chosen in the second p'ace ; what reasou (i.e , theory) says is best to be chosen in the last place. Bn^ if yon can get Dr Inclination. Dr. Exucrience and Da* Rohboii to hold a cousultation to gether, they will give yoa the best advice that can be taken. When you have a bad cold Dr. Inclination would recomtneod Cham berlain's Cough Remedy because it is pleai-aot and safe to take. Dr. Ex p rie.nce would recommend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure. Dr. Reason would recommend it because it is prepared on scientific principles, aud arts on nature's plan in relieving the lungs, opening the secretions and restoring the system to a imtural and healthy condition. Fer sale by G. W. Barlow and Co. Mr E. Arnold, Louth, says: — ' 1 am pi ascd to s*ate that Rose's Cele brated Eye Lo...
Siege of Wepener. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Siege of Wepener. Tuesday. The officers and men of Lientenant Colonel Dalgety's force at Wepeuer are in tbe trenches day and night. The Boors with live guns bombarded WeDmer on Saturdiiv. end threw 300 shells into the town. Little damage was done. Two thousand of the enomy now re. main to besiege the town, while 7000 have gone to Boesman's Kop. Major-General Biabant, leading one half of the mounted division found the Boers strongly posted at Boesman's Kop, with several guns. The cannonade aud the rifle fire were brisk.
A Plague Patient in the Forbes Train. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
A ^lag-lie Patient in the Forbe3 Train. Some mild excitement (says the ' Molong Argus ') wan apparent iu Molong one day last week, among a section of the populace, when the news was heralded that a man suffer ing from the effects of bubonic plague had boarded th train iu Sydney and came up this way. He was said to have got out at Molong or Manila1 ra, but there was no certainty as to which place. We now learn that a stranger occupied a compartment of the morn ing train on t.be 11th instant, and complained to a son of Mr R. Townsiui 1 and a companion (both of whom boarded the train at Bamberry) that he was sick. As tbe stranger appeared to fee] the effects of the cold weather one of the others proffered to lend his overcoat which was accepted. The stranger was asked the nature of his illneES, and replied, ' I don't like to tell you.' However, he eventually told his enquirers that he had the bubonic plague. Thinking that the stranger was ' pulling their leg,' they told him they wonld ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Football A MEETING will he heia nfc PITCH'S COtTBT HOUSE HOTEL on WliD KESD AY evening nexl, 2nd May, at ISO p.m. for the purpose of forming a FO0T BALli CLUB. All interested are inyitod to ?v-~ attend. TO LBT -7 FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE, ^gy Bituated in the South Ward. Apply, Ofeice of.This Paper. Auction Sale. -Vj|fc CAHILL & CO. have received in. ft©-1 sfcructions from Mrs. F. J. MOORE, J to sell by auction at COW ELL'S HOTEL, on TUESDAY next, at 2 '30 p in., sWrp, the following Allotment* of Laud, iu Hie town ship of Karromine — Lot 17, Section 23, 2 roods ,. 1 ,. 25, „ ,. 8 „ 33, „ „ 4 .. »5. .. ,. 2 „ 4, „ On Lot 1?, Section 23, is erected a Four Xtoomed Cottage, detached KiU'Uen, Well, and other improvements. Tbis Land is for Positive Sale, niid in the beet Positions in the town. Titles Perfect. Auction Sale. fflyftESSRS. E CAHIL5C-& CO. hare re. ©ffiS* ceived instructions from Mr. C. G Cubitt to sell by auction, on Wednesday Next, si bis residence, Alagalab-etreet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Tf)03T)aS Bell HAVING Severed. His connection with GIFFITHS' BOS., begt 1 announce jo il-e Public that L-t lias now Commenced Jinstness on His Own, Etc. -I?c-h-oek Prices for Teas of Sterling Quality will be His aim Jb 4*3. %Jf @d@S- «fe& -O',. (tJ55 JGj -!&Jj tJU9- a Xrisb&ne-street, Dubbo, a Trial Solicited £uits to measure from, 42s Trousers, 12s 6d Perfect fit Guaranteed. A Large A6corin.-nf of r.-it ferns to Pick from at Louie HosonovsKy's I General Store, WFiiLllEF The Principal Wool Centre in Australasia Tutnl Sn'es in AustrnlnsiH f..r lust Season, 888,794 Bales, of wli'cli 447.53,7 Ua^-s 'ere solJ in Sjdney. Tlie (rrmt po|iiilnri(y nf (be Sydney Snlos is cL-nrlr evidenced by the M|tid inciviif-e in the tjiutiit .n c,f viol iUb\t ivuli, ihe number --f link's said in ihiit ninrkct Iwviiifj mote i)i;m di-ul;]ril rinrintr tb«- pud ri'» ye«i«. tfaiet; hi]-i every wt-i-k during the Season by i-acb of the utidur tti'iititiiied Firms : — John Bii ge ard Cc, L...
District Mems. TRANGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
District Mems. From onr Correspondents. TBANGIS. Y * We had a few points of rain here on Monday, 23rd instant, but it did not do much good. The contractors for the new hotel arc pushing it along, aud the brick work will be finished by Saturday next. The building promises tn be an ornament to the town, and the plucky proprietor, Mr Iko Garlick deserves success. Mr W. Meizer's shop is being built on good lines, and promises to be a good looking building. Mr J. Campbell's shop is abont finished. The Eweumar weir has been started again, and there are about 40 men in camp. The manager's name is Mr SymonJs. Mr J. M. Leonard has started a boarding house there said is doing fairly well. Tbe committee in charge of the Fpovts here on the 24th Slay, have measured out the bicycle aud foot runner's tracks for that day, and ten ders are wanted, I hear, for the clear ing of them. The sports promise, to be a success, as they deserve to be, for the secretary of the Progress Com mittee, Mr E. V. Fraw...
SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
SALE OF TOWN PEOPERTY On Tuesday next at Cowell's hotel, the public will have the chance of buying some of the best property in Narromine. We refer to that adver tised by ID. Cahill and Co, and which we understand is for positive sale. SALE OF FUBNITUBE We would draw our readers attention to thn advertisement of Mr C. G. Cubitt's furniture, to be sold on Wed nesday next; by E. Cahill^aud Co. It's not often that the public of Narro mine and district get -the chance of buying such good aud 'new furniture as this is at an anction sale. IMPORTANT TO AUCTIONEERS Mr H. Richardson, auctioneer, Mobs Vale, was proceeded against by tbe police under the Early Closing Act, for having sold furniture at a private residenco on a Wednesday afternoon. Wednesday being the day gazetted nnder the act in Moss Vale munici pality for the weekly half-holiday. A fine of Is was imposed with 4s lOd costs. MISS KATE HOWARDE'S COMPANY Many of our TFaders will remember the visit of the above company to tbis town...
Max O'Rell & the War [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
MaxO'Rell&tlieWar M«x 0'3ell, who is well acquainted with both England aud the Transvaal, in au address to 1500 people in the Massey Hall, Toronto, which took the form' of an entertaining talk upon ' John Bull, Santiy and Pat.' ex pressed his warm sympathy with the IJritit-h in the struggle in South Africa His observations wi-iv received with ringing cheers from all parts of the house. In introducing this part of his lec ture, Max O'Rell said : il I have now tvavcllrd all over ibe world ; I have re fcidt d in the two great.| republics of the world — In France end in the United Stairs — and I have absolutely no hes itation in saying — I hare «iid it in Fiiince in exactly (lie same words, and 1 havo said it on tvery platform in the United Stales, aud enjoyed saying it, too ? tin re is only one country in the world where, socially and politic ally, the people are perfectly frei-, and that is in old England. (Loud ap plause). Three dajs at-O, in New Yoi k, au American, and a wry...
Open Column. To the Editor. "Amici[?]amor[?]et veritas," [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Open Column. To,, the Jiditor. ' Aaiieitiu'ainof ft vcritjis,' ' Tlure is. society nlirrp none intrudes, By liie deep era, and music in ite roar.' By HON. A sel'd social, Jirld in the Assembly HaJl oil 18Lli iutt., proved a iimrlivd succuw. Vide Dame Ecuora, Sir, — It must be apparent to a keen ? observer that the social laws, as prac tised iu ouv midst, five ef a somewhat crude aud anomalous nature, inasmuch as they appear the cause of endiess heartburnings, reseutment aud bickerings. Why this is so is hard to fathom, as no positive, eruption has as yet taken place to enabli; the inward working of a- serious evil to be diagnosed or elim inated. On the contrary, a slight ripple alone disturbs our humdrum existence, and iu a few Jays matters resume their placid serenity, ruffled fenthcrs abject'y collsipsc?, aud the threatened slorni fades away in rauffied comments and unspoken protests. As years have, rolled on sine.e this stare of affairs first oxisttd, perhaps it ia iu no way star...
Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Brief Mention A LiBmore correspondent sayB— Mr Taylor a few weeks ago, Bent £ 20 to Sydney, the Colonial Secretary's Dopartmcnt, promising to remit it to Pretoria tor the use of Rich mond River men who are prisoners there. He has now received a demand for the pay- . ment of £14 17a 2d cable charges. Hcrr Andree went in his balloon To try and find the pole, He must have perished all too Boon Before he reached hie goal, If he had only known the way Cold regions to endure, He might have been alirc to-day On Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. ??? - , One bushman put up at a coffee-palace ere going into camp, ond cxplainad that the place was fine only for the Dlanky light shin ing into your eyes nil night. ' Why didn't you put it out,' inquired another. ' How could a chnp blow it out,' demanded tbe man from lror.bark, ' when they keep the bloom ing light in a glues bottle A party of counUy visitors to the Agricul tural Show in Sydney had a sad and sensa tional experience. They put up lit a Ki...
Rival Railway Proposals. TO THE EDITOR NARROMINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Rival Railway Pro posals. flO THE EDITOR KARRoMlftE NEWS. Sir,— I will esteem it a favor if you will kindly afford space in your next issrio for the publication of the ac companying letter from the Secretary of tbe Parliamentary Standing Com mittee^, *n Public Works, impeding ii.rra,nc-emeut8 for inauirv into the re spective merits of tlio proposed rail way from Wellington to Werris Creek eubniffiJecf, and the alternative pro posal of a line frLin Wei-rw Creek to Dubbo, and thence via Narroinine; Tomingley, McPhail, Peak Hill, Alec town to Parke i, i»nd from Forbi'B to Harden, via Givufuil aiid Young. It has been my privilege aud plea sure to iutroduce deputations to Aliuis ters in support of tliislast named propo sal. Tlielso deputations wore lvprcfccnla live of the towns and districts of Peak Hill, Parkes, Forbps and Nan online, '??and intermediate centres of population. I have beBn impressed with the strong case made out for this line, aud am SBtianed if it were constructed it wo...
Woman's Way. Written for the "Narromine News." [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Woman's Way. Written for the ' Narromine News.' They were straying, idly straying, Where the shades of evening play, And to tease her (or to please her) As they par led at the close of day. Said he'd miss her, might he kiss her, But those lips they answered nay. Though hfireyes with sweet surprise Seemed to court those fond caresses, ' Set-med to say, * Yes you niRy,' Which made him doubtful he confesses. Then he told her that he'd fold her In his arms with soft embrace, And growiug bolder said he'd hold her Only just a moment's space ; But still defying, his wish denying, She aasenered ' No ' with simple grace, It was vexing aud perplexing, Still those eyes resplendent shone. ? Should he do it, and for ever rue it, Better still leave well alone. Bnt donbts dispelling now this is telling (He must leave her at the stile) Those lips he burgled asshe gurgled Don't, then they parted with a smile i Ah, fool for doubting thoso sweet lips j ponting ; Meant he should kiss them all the j whi...
Rundle's March. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Bundle's March Lieutenant - General Sir H. M. Rundle's column, which includes the 17tb Brigade aud two batteries, marching to the relief of Wepeuer, after eaviug Reddersburg traversed for three days ajroadlcss cjuutry, dur ing heavy rains. The enemy were found on Friday athwart the road westward of De Wet's Dorp. Major-General Brabazon, who com manded the mounted forces with the column, cleared the plateau, cleverly outflauked tbe BoerE, and drove them off tbe tableland. The Terksbire Yeomanry then seized the bill, and held it despite a bombardment from five Boer'guns. The iufautry supported the Yeoman ry in holding the hill.
Roberts' Advance. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Eoberts' Advance. Tho ' Standard ' coi respondent states that Lord Roberts delayed com meucing bis advance owiug to the necessity for clearing his flanks aud resrof the enemv aud accumulating stores at the front lest his communi cations should be interrupted. The army when it moves will con sist of 70,000 men perfectly equipped. Lord Roberts has inspected the Red Cross Section of the army at Bloemfoutein. Lord Roberts is|re-optniDg and de veloping a large trade in the Free State with a view to obtaining revenue from the Customs. The Boers have G9'guns mounted at Kroonstad, the new Free State 'capital,' and there are now seven French guns a t Pretoria. Tht-rc are ten commandos with two Long Toms, north of Kleiksdorp and Pretoria.
Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, APRIL 29TH, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Beligkms Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, April 29ih, 19.00. ? S Marys, Narromine — 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion ; 10 am.. Children's Service: 11a.m., Matins; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. All Saints, Trangie— 11 a.m., Matins; 7.30p.m., Evensong. Timbriehongie — 3 p.m., Rev. F. J. Harris.
Work For The Bushmen. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 April 1900
Work For The^B ashmen- Wednesday. Capetown reports'Hhat the work of relteving Mafeking rests with Maj.ir General Sir Frederiek Carringtun and his division of Bushmen. Sydney, Thnrsday. General Hamilton occupied Bloem fonteiu Waterworks. One hundred and forty Sydney Lancers, after forae sniping, occupied a kopje'ove:-lookitig Wntervnle Drift. Maxwell's brigade have si'iz'dthe hills covering Kvauz Kraal, cutting off the Boers retreat northward. Private Barton, of the Sydney Mounted Rifles was taken prisoner. Tbe Mafeking garrison has been re duced to subsist on oaten bread and busks. The casualties to'the end of March total 368. Forty thousand Briiish are envelop ing Commandants De Wet and Oliver, who were recently threatening the border of Cape Colony. A strong force of Boers are in tbe neighbourhood of Caldon River. The Boers made a determined at tempt to B'orm Colonel Dalgety's northern position at Wepenrr. Open ing aj heavy fire at long range the enemy were repulsed after some hou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900
|t SPORTS ! 'Jt llba Under the au-p'c s of the ^^^JB Narromine Half-Holiday Association Will be held en Wednesday, 6th June, in Elliott's Paddock, 0PEXIS3 HVXDICVr. Distance, WO varls. First Trhe, £2; second prize, a trapliy vahed at 15s. Kntrtmcc, le d'i j Acceptance, lo SHEFFIKM) HAXDlCAP. Disfainoa 121 Yanls. First Prize, £5 ; second, 30s ; lliirtl, 1% Kntrance 2s Cil, Aeevpcunca Is MEMBERS' HANDICAP. Diftanee, 100 Yards. Frst Prize, (vophy valued ti' £1 is ?, second, tropliv value 15e ; third, trophy value 10s. Kntnnire le BICl'CLK RACE, Two F*ps. About Half-n.-mile.. First pr^o, trophy nilnp £2 2e ; second, trophy valuo £1 Is ; _lliiril, tropliy value lu». ' EiiItwiiv, le ; Accrptauac, Is WIIEEI, HACK. Diftnnee, about. 2 miles (fi Laps). First prize, £o j eccond, £1 lOe ; thir ', los Kntrunce 2s, Acceptance Is NOVICE BICYCLE n.VNDICAP. Distance, 2 Up*. First pri-, tropliy ralne £1 Is j scTOi:d, tropliy value lot; third, trophy mine 10s. Entrance, Is. CJJCOOKEO APPLE-PIR EACE, f...