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A.J.S. BANK. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
A.J.3. BANK. HALF-YEARLY MEKTINO. The half yea. ly general meeting of the nhare.l'olders ot the Anatral an Joint St ck Bank was held in Bank Chambers last week. The Hon. James Watson, M.L.C.. presided, and there was u large attendance. The chairm 111, in moviiig the a loption of the rep nt anl b il.incc-shect sail: — I will. occupy your nttcnli'm only for a le - minutes because tho state of things men ' tion-il in our inec ings last July still continue*. We have had much anxiety during the liatf-yeai in consequence of the prot.actci drought, which bus only very recently sho n eoin ?- bi^ns of breaking up. C ndequently I nee.) scircely t II you (for y»u are all more or less i t-restel in »iu-iine?p. and know the siiinsi.f the times) that trade is nor. what we would wish it -o he-tint isactiv.iati.l protinl.1 ?. In effect, the loiy-lioke.l-fo - revival of a belt r ol.te of .hingsispistponed. If y u cpnpure the (igure-i in your h.n.l with tlie p'evio'ua resort ..you will olx.rve ._ji ....
CRICKET. MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
CBIdKET MARBIBb'V.SINGLE. The GrongGronti-Stnara not turniilv! up to play against the M-wli-inics last Suturday, the tnabih, Mar.ied %% Sinf;!' '''* coii'iuti'd nn.l reachel in iiiterfj^tliiy «ug ?. ? The married then li.ve f^.ur wickets Ito W-l :m lj iet] 11 ire to make 45 runs to wiu. The scores staud as follows':— ' ' - ' Single.— First Innings. Stevenson, c Stead. Ii Kvana ... 47 Piton, c Evatia, Ii Feint ? 22 Paige, c J. Adams, b Feint ? 9 Ro*uh, W, b Reid. ? 7 (iarlinif. I) Keint ... ? 0 H»tt, st.. Stead, b.Reid ? 2 L-ip'hornc, Ii Feint ... ? '. 1 Atinstion^, A., b Feint ? 3 Harvey, not out ; ... ? 32 Adams, C, b J. Roach ;. .. 2 Ur-v'e, 1)J. Roach ? ' 1 Suudiies ... ? 0 . Total. '.' ... ? 132 Bowling.— Feint, R wickets for 43 ; Reil, 2 for 47: J. Roanh, 2/o-- 17 : Kvans. 1 f0, II. . Mabbif.d. —First Inuinga. Tesrne, b W. Roach ? 1 . Feint, h \V. Roacli ? (I Reid, c ArmRtrong, b R--auh ... 49 1 Arm crong, J., c Roach, b P.ii™ ... 0 Roach, J., b W. Roneh ... ... 3 Evans, c A. A...
DARLINGTON POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
DARLINGTON rOINT. This pretty little totrasbip in suffering liks the rest of us, from the four years' enemy. Our representative just passed through oa Tuesday last, and fuuud it provided with a very uice, large, commodious hotel, no up to date stole, a neat little post olhue— 6qu»l to present requirements, and a publio ball. Horse raoes are to be held them on St Patrick's Day. Norman K-ok, 5 years old, sou of Ilr Heruauu Kuok, fell from his pony on Holi day night. Mrs K-ok brought the poor little fellow into the Naraoderi hospital on Tuesday's mail in a ssmi-oouwtose eOudilioo.
LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. DECENTRALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
literary, and - debating . ??:-?? -society; ' Dfi-;E.NTKAU.SATrON. V Piwmnit : MesaraF A. Smith (in the chair), uncT'abuut twt'iity live mombura, 'bolides' u nunnW of speclutorn. Fon'r new m«mber« were . elected, Jtloasm W. R Wilson, G. Hatt. F. G. Pittook and J. Au'nnu.l. ..Mr T, Ii: Rlwin (Preraipi), nM that thin Mioistry affirmed ihnt tlifi principle of flerautrali-jitiou wimld be of baimiit to; thin rolgny. A W^' vohcinc of Tjva\ 6av«rnment was nCoensBry' nnd it 'w.m impon-fhle to tispnrate tbe tno iSea«. It wan flioniaron* that, iu order to get our needs attended to, we ihonld 'hare to (ro, rap in hand, to 8ydpey, »pd bwf for fund*. Then again, the p'renent oWolala hud often a Ue»or know. 'fBfllfO Of local mjoireteeot' tlwh-etir -o»o men. We were, he oonntdaied, unfairly treated nudF- tbe --xlaiSiur nynUan. Qoantry money waiiiill K«ink'° Sydney. It enhanowi 1 be thIuu uf property there to the' neglect of the country diatriotii. Membfim with moat .tifluence obtained tho tarfnit'...
PRESENTATION TO MR W. ELWORTHY. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
PRESENTATION TO MR W.. EUH0RTHY. At the oonolusiou of JDr Anderson's leotow hut Friday uight, Mr W. J. Elworthy was called upon tbe stage, and the Bishop inti mated that ho had been requested by the Parochial Ciunoil to present an address to Mr Elwortby from St Thomas' Uburjh in reaog nition of his services for the past 16 veara as secretary and ohuroh wardeu. After further chaffing, tbe Bishop presented Mr Elwoithy with a handsomely mounted illuminated address, whioh read as follows :— Be ThomaB1 Ohoroh. To Mb W. 3. Elwobthv, Esa. Dear Bir, — We oannot allow y»o to sevsr your connection with tue Ceunoil of the above church, without tendering you cordial ex pressions of oar regard sod appreciation of. your serviues to it ; especially in the oapaoity of honorary secretary, for a period of sixteen years. The present satisfactory position of the oburch's affairs, is, in a very great roeasnre, due to your energy, tact, ana liberality ; while the substantial buildings will remain as monu...
COUNTRY NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
COUNTRY NEWS ITEMS. Morinidah in loikinir terribly barn. The only feed of any description U a niijiht shoot. conn«|uent on the late fill, to .the south of the towuxbip, on Widitioira et'Hte. Eren hero 4 'ew -luy«' nun will scorch it jiway. We propose to hold a meetiosf of (lie MofuudHh JV.ckry Club on Kmter Voiiday. A ciMiinitteo meeting was held last Saturday uiyht lo appoint offl inl*, etc., and also to derive an to registration uuder A.J.O. rules or otherwise. - ' ?.'?'?' Wiiliiiewj is very quiet. All hands wore pleated at the' auoonw uf Southern Star at Cuoaons;. Hei«»fi\w petformet — wlien^ie liken— but y.'U innv rely on it that bis popular little owner luis'i't silvered.hU nest egg much, hy liii win. He ouirht to ataud a chance at Jtforundah,- Easter 'Xouday — with, decent handicapping ! Urana folk declare tbat they, never saw trade so -] ui I before, even in winter time. There in no feed whatever— that's an under rt.od atFair with us now ! Al«o « Typhoid' Ionics likely to set...
URI AND KERARBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
UBI AND KEBARBDBr. ? ' At Uri our Special was very bindlr enter tained by .Messrs Ross Bros. Here, in spite of seisons of disaster, 20i)8 acres ure going under wheat. A saw mill ts being started and a new woolshad going up, Gur representative had a chat with tbe manager of the out station, Coleumbally, over a wire, which ruus on a 40 year old feuoe. The souiid was very dutinot. Aboat sixteen thousand. sheep are shorn on these stations, whioh are a branch of Kinross, German ton. Mr — White, manager for Ifr J. S. Uorsfall and Co., Kerarbury, is away on holidays, Mr O'Connor eoting in his absenoe. Little feed, of course. A number of men are . employed cutting and pulling Boree to feed, stock. Bicyoles are very muoh m evidence here, and our reporter was in his element. He was most cordially received, and the new 'Argus' country programme much com mended.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Auction Sales.— Attention is drawn to Mr. T. H. Blwin's auction advertisements in this issue. . ' itesr«=!-f*K™r. Hfc«ST8.i-The Ijtt day tor 15 ling ri$&ts in the Dia-net Court to be held on Vi ruav 24ih, will be Saturday next, 11th instant. Jdmsb Races— The Railwav Commission- era announce ihe issue of Holiday excursion ticUetB to Jnaee for the raoea, from Namndera, commencing on 14t.b inst., und available for return up to 18th. Particulars are advertised. jfoLUNB Day.— To-day being Municipal Election day. a polling both will be op=n in Eist Street from '8 a.m. to 5 pin., for the election of one alderman and two auditors. Tiie election has not provoked much aotivily bo far. Fibb Brigade Sfobts.— The following ware omitted from the list ? of donations towards the local Fire Brigade sports, a* published in oar issue of the 27th ult:— Mr W. Hanson, trophy; and Mr F. Baby, trophy. Pbkservation of Timber.— By a noti6 cation in the Gazette, all greeu timber and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
? ..... ?? ? * *^ ? ''-,» ^ ? v ... ; .'. ; '' ISfoiidng Succeeds Like Suecm, (Qf.D MAXIM.) OTTJB SALE IS STTLL OS ! ? AND ? Has proved the Most Successful we have ever had* Everything going at enormous saorlflbes. Tooplo buying like wildfire. The orcmd haBbeen bo dense on severa 1 occasions, customers could not ba attended to. . ..' -r -1*' If you want to clothe yourself taheap, whether you be man, woman or child, take advantage of our sale. (MS BEFORE THE SALE CLOSES! rt started on the 2nd of tbls Month — and — LASTS ONLY fl DAYS 1 See our Price List, supplement to tbls paper* S. RICHARDS & CO., Adjoining tie A. J-S. Bank, EAST STREET, NARANDERA. I ? WAGGA WINES — FROM — The ational Prize Vineyard. Assorted Case at 20s., CLARET, TOH4Y, PORT, HOCfi, SICSCAT, SHERRY. ALSO ASSORTED OASES AI 25s. and 30s. Other lines from l%s. per dozen. 8 Prizes in 11 sections, Wngga, 1898. Most Successful Exhibitors, Albury, 1898. 3 Grand Champion Prizes, Melbourne aad Sydney. ? :o: ? Ask fo...
DISTRICT NOTES. GRONG GRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
DISTRICT NOTES. (by our own kepobteb.) GE0NGGE0SO. A meeting was lield on Saturday night hut. J. F. W. AUdis in the ohair, and it was decided to hold a day's sports oa the 8th pro*. Mr John Kennedy was re-appointed president, and Uf Rodr Hogan secretary . A strong committee was formed to carry out tho sporta* programme (see «drt. colouns for latter). Great improvements have been made at the Gronir Grons; recreation ground, both to the traok and with regard to the oorafort of spec tators. A grandatand with dressing rooms and offioe attached, measuring 40ft by 18ft, u very prominent amongst other minor details. Visitors oan rest assured that their every comfort will be studied aud that a grand day's sport will be witnessed. Mr Ohas. H. Jones, late of The Beefs, has purchased Mr P. O'Conuor's business. H» is a local enterprising young fellow, aud ought to be well supported. To bo married shortly, I bear.
A CHURCH FESTIVAL. VISIT OF THIS BISHOP OF RIVERINA. ORDINATION SERVICES AT ST. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
A caURSH PESTIViL.7 VISIT OU1 THIS UlSUlU'Ot'* KlVtffUNA, ORDINATIUN SERVICES AT ST. THOMAS'. For some time pnat the clergy and laity of St. Thorn .s'Uburch of England h*ve neon looking forward to the visit uf Dr. B. A. And rsun, IHsbop of Bi- eriua, to the narish, and great preparations were made f»r his reception and the special ceretnonios atten dant upon the visit. ? * Dr. Andersi in arrived from CuoUraon on Wednesday, and oa Friday evening lectured in the Public Hall on the History of the Church of England, tbe mam object »f which was to demonstrate the antiquity of the church and the principle of apostolic succession. The lecture was illustrated by lantern slides of various hiacoricalj* events, and though the points were made extremely in teresting by Dr. Anderson, tbe arrangement of ' lecturing in the dark to lautern accom paniment' is not calculated ' to raise muoh eithuxlaitn in either lecturer or audience Other drawbacks were the arrangement of the lantern screen, and the ...
VALEDICTORY TO MR O'CONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
MALEDICTORY TO MR O'CONNpR. ; A liappy little re-uriion took plnco - nt ftronn Grong on Friday evening last. A number ol friends assembled inthfi. l)all tn present Mr O'Connor, who is leavitiff the diHtrict,. with a token of the esteem in wliioii he wrh hold. During the evimimr refresh - inents woro served by the committee, nnd RnngK wcra judiciooHly interposed between the speeches. Mr Alldis took the chair, jindBtftted briefly the object, of tlie meetin(f. in proposing 'Our' Guest,,' he said that one of the men. whom they o.iald least spare, was leaving tliotn. He handed Mr O'Connor a pair ; of gold sleeve links ftR a littlo remembrance of Grong Gronff, 'cHi«d they tad more tiotioii tlie subseripttons would, her reir, suru. niivis uceu maun iui-^i . He was followed by Mossin W. P. Ryan, Kennedy tutd R. Hogaw in similar strain. . '? Mr O'Connor, who wns much nffectecl, said tWt he couldn't express his feelings, .Jhey were too deep, fop words. They had flattered him too much. He had ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
J. H. QUI8T, DENTIST. rTAS REMOVED his placo nf business. IT. to FERRIKR'S CIlAtlllERS,- fiuc Street. Artifioiul Te th and all other work. dona at Reduced Prices. PalDlic^ Notice. vl. Bealby-Smith, D.U.S,, fiom LouJon and Aurcrica, 219 KLIZABEl'II-ST., SYDNEY. BB'JS to inforur ALL NERVOUS PEOPLE requiring teeth extracted that aft. r 'many yo .fs of study on this par ticular subject he has .li-sc ivered 111 EVTIRBLV NEW MRTUOl) of PAIN LESSLY UXTRACriSG TEliTlf, ui*uy as 10 10 IG atati.lin^. Personal Local TesliniouiaU offered liy patients. PAINLESS EXTRACTION -j, S/ Full Gold Me.Ul Seta, Top and U.ttmn, at ny Sydney rooms tor £5. Monthly Visits.— Next Date, at Ravnl SUil Hotel, Narinil-ra, from WKONES I)AY, the ljth to TKUSOAY, tlie 16th. FKBBUARY. 1 Whdemh 0SI.Y JOHN BARLOW & CO. HAYNARKET, 5VDNF.Y. I 8 ask -^Cj g.s ^ [^ Don't accept substitutes '&g or imitations. Arnott's ^ Milk Arrowroot Biscuits -v S^ . are prepared by special jfHS methods for the delicate &a...
JUNEE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
JUNKtfBACIN'G ur.OB. T!i s foilotvin; weights hire heen .led r -I fii- the two princ'pi! evens to I)J rim in 'ao'ineulib I'witli tlu abore_3:i loth and lljth K.-briwry. . ... ? JUNBK-Gcp, IJ mj'e-^i* V. 9.H: D.m.ly Dick !lo; TripoS.2; '»i Kni ? 8.12: l.uttie 8.4 ; T.ie Buijjiar 8.4 : Ken UH 8 ; (Jran leur ,7.|); Ben 7.7 ; Aim* 7.? 4 I' ilhy 7 5 ; H..ncy .lew II. 7.5: CoriSj Alii lilue 7 4; Hard Time* .7.4; AUoy 7 3 ; ' I'ramier 7.2 ! Josephine 7 ; Ji Ion 6.1-2 ; fin- ft Je ry 0 7; M-uioa 6.7; Jack C. B.C71. , ... ? Huedlk Race, 2 miles.— \lin°eti It. 7 : HoneyaewU. ll.4;*ostiu .11,2; Li Iklle 10 4 ; Rapture 10 2 ; Homer 9.9 ; boomerauij 9.5.^flood-bye 9 5 ; Mulgi 9 ; Silveahade 9 ; GUmiuartiu 9 ; Wee .Tini 0 ; - ? ? ????c- . -.
ON THE GAME [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
' : ON THE GAME. (Bv 'Nia...1') -? Oiolaninn.lra'thia wu 'k. ' '-iiie:ip fur s n'lnounced. ?' ' ' .Tnnee'n f illow. 1 TnitrUain gre»t liiofe'i Dr.'WittVi fttjlfi:-Her«ey lurse lik«lv tn g 1 for Borough Hiindicm, an 1 }V«lier ilnuee.. ;' ' . . .W.'McKenr.iV Pa.llojk 111 ire, \Vun.1r«u, ver.V'n.nch admire.). , -. M010 o slmul.l ail J tn liis Coonnng record \vhun ueju * seir.' ; Track hera iu fat -'-oriter, wuitt harrow. ' Lnvu lovely, reiuimlinj; of old times of yiu-san^ pruaperlty.- .' Cyo'c plub ineetuigl .XuejJuy list, no -)Uoruin. ; ? ^_ G- ong tfipng Sport jfthg*Sh!h fi. ?'*.'« ttttcnUoco efppofylfey... iS . __ Mile traimfli-mttVpj^n Pyete itinlic ipB. Milefliatch mooted !t Nurand.m bicycle men in tminin);. Grong Gronj tiaoU needs attc lion. GrohYGruhjeris^xpjct to bo able Ii hold their own.. ? ' .' ;'r ''. ' ? . ' ' Whitnb'out tiib -c fir'Austrilian X[, or1' tltirteel? -;..-?,. Nine a'reatly nicked, Johns -V.),- UcKibbeiL and Huwrll (N.S.U'.), m.kV twelve t.HStplac I give i-l ei...
SPORTING. EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
: , ' SPORTINGrT'/; '? ir -v,' ' EVENTS iT()_C0Me. ,,. , . .» m«o Rw.in'i.'iitilr— P,ilirniry 16,. IC. -9V|-f '* B.C!— BeWiiMy;i!l;'*-2. «-' 1 Jprons Orohg Spavts', M ucli I A, ? - «-r«ijaiiA.T.C.'^-Ma eli lit' '' ^' O-fi|.)lnlln; A TK}'.— March' i7. ^Tni-tiBnth^^n^. T ? , Njir*ri lera Turf Cluli,-r-Muy ? 3 an.l t. ?
NARANDERA CRICKET CLUB. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 10 February 1899
NARiNDERA CRICKET CLUB. PRESENTATION OP TROPHIES. A ineetinpf of the NaYandera Cricket Club was held on Tuesday evening at Cox's Uoyal ,Hotelv Mr ,,J. F. Willans, president, in the chiiir. There were a good nurnbpr present including members, of ttie Meuhanics' Club, who were. invited to attend the presentation of the trophies giyen by Mr J. Oox in the last match be^. tween the two clubs. ? Mr Armstrou ,? having stated the business of the meeting, moved that the trophies for the b st bowling and batting averages in the match be awarded to Mr Walter Roach. Mi' Roach had obtained the highest bat ting average in the mateli, being once out for 65; and~ though Messrs Evans and Spnrliii.,' had obtained a better ptriceutage in the bowling. Messrs Roach and Paige were the only bowlers who bowled right, through the match, obtaining averages of ll and 12 respectively. He therefore, thought it only fair, altliough.no con-: ditions were attached to the trophy, that the trophy should be awarded t...