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Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY, MAY 6TH, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Religious Service s. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, May 6th, 1900. I S Marys, Narromine — 11 a.m., Miiiitis ; 7.30 p.m., Kvtnsin^. All Saints. Tiangie — 11 a.m , Matins aud Holy Communion ; 7.'oO p.m., Evensong. Cathundril (Mr HazJl's) 3 p.m.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Personal & Political. Tho ' S,M. Herald ' still refers to ' Lady Macquaiie'is cliair ' in the Dnmtiin. As a matter of simple liis turc fuci, llieto %v.is no ' Lfldy ' Mncqnariv. Governor Mncquarie was l-iiiinise.l a knighthood, but was ru .vlied bicaiiS' he offjiided Unofficial vHiig by his lib.'ral proposals and died :i m mtli after his leturn t) Kiiglnml, before l)u coulJ pr.ve liw justification. Thousands of New Sooth WhIps people aiM iutei-HSte.l in the singular i'act that St.. John's Ciicrch, Purra luittta, Im9 two steeples. It is I he only cliuFw-h iu Australasia so di linguislieH, and the circumstance is due to Mrs Marqtiarie. ou leaving t: i eland, uei-ing tl.e twin sfprp'os i.f tbe ehii . cli nt Recuh- v-, in Kent: -ilm tiiiinl piiitts nt those 8t«'op'es lii'iug tin la-t obj-ctd scon by h-r fiuui thu vessel's deuk. Said ' Lorry ' li:irr.itt, the geninl »rid tHct'ul S'Tgeiiiit-nt-nrinR to t'io New So-ii.Ii Wai. e Pni-li.vnciit ul h b.inqu. t this wei-k : *? Tho war i...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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District Mems. DANDALOO. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

District Mems. DAND&L00- From onr Correspondent. We bad a very nice fall of fain on Sunday morning, C8 points. It will beni fit the crops. The crops are nearly all out of the greuud and are 'ooking well ; ab- ut »he best I've seen being at Mr. H. Ruhb' place. air v amonage, tne omcenn charge nf the Police Station hi re, reBig'ied last week, and has been t-uc-pded by First-ciat^s CoDeti.ble lJ.'Couville, late of Tomiugley Mr Camhridge intends going into business »t Richmond, at which I wi6h him success. During his residi nee in Dandaloo he has ehown himself a capable officer, as well as an estimable townsman. The exeiteme'nt in the town during the last month which was caused by the application fora license for another hotel Las subsided. At Warren last Wednesday the application was made and giante4, eo I suppose in a short time we will hear of the foundation stone being laid. Now that a meeting ig epoken of re the railway from Trangie to Dandnloo I expect to hear of a good at...

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THE BOER WAR SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

THE BOER WAR SibKEr, Thursday. Lord Roberts has commenced a great enveloping movement with 18,000 troops. Mounted forces are sweeping the whole of the enemy'6 front, aud threa teD General Botha's position. The British force is amply supplied with warm 'clothing. The Transvaal Government has de- ? terminedAo expel every foreigner re fusing -o fight for the Boers. The Boers 'retreat to Brandfort is already hopeless, Mafeking was safe on the 20th April. Iu response to Lord Robert's appeal, Baden'Powel is confident of holding out till the 18th May. The Boers removed a big gun south wards, and subsiquently dynamited the railway. Nine native women, escaping wei-fl ordered to bo shot. int! indulging lorce sun iiumuuiH abont 3000, with many guns. General Hamilton was on the point of capturing a considerable at Tha banchu on Saturday, but was com* pellcd to retreat on the arrival oi strong Boer reinforcements. Hamilton expelled the Boers from Hoel Nek. Re'reating. Boer commandos are driving ...

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Police Court. Friday, April 27,1900. Before the P.M. ROATSWAIN V LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Police Court. Friday, April 27, 1900. Before the P.M. Boatswain v IjAwrow. Defendant was charged with assanlt ing plaintiff on the 16ih April in a public place at Narromine, John Boatswain deposed : I am a farmer and reside at Narromiue ; on the 16th instant I met defendant at Narromine; he hit me, knocked me down, and said, ' Take a knife out, would yi.u ?' I was sober ; I never saw Jor Elliott fit, the back of the lm^^kl . I /1^j4 Vint cnnnlr tf\ L:*v- . T .3id4 not eay to Elliott, ' I'll fight you for a~ fiver. James Boatswain deposed : I am a coutt actor and reside at Narromine ; on the 16th instant, about 10 p.m., was near Bell's hotel ; I fancy Elliott put hij Iiand6 on John Boatswain's shoulder; he asked bim to put up a fiver; Elliott knocked my brother down; as he went down Lawson ran at him and hit him; I did uot see my brother pull out his knife ; half an hour or so after Lawson stnek me up at HtAJey's and asked me did my brother draw a knife on him: I de clined to answer ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence Sydney, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

XaUsi MUliigenee Svdnev. Thursday Mary Hogan, aged 56, Kto.nne Angel, 65, both residing in the city, Thomas Stockdale, employee at an hotel at Miinly, also a girl named Col ina Kesham, aged 'I, have con tracted plague, making eight cases for yesterday. The last uamod contact at quarantine. Additional cases reported late last night : — William Walters, aged 9; re; piditig at Annaudale, Matthew Crbw ther. 15, Chippendale, Lilian Connbrs, agrd 4. The latter contact, from Red frtrn, was removed to quarantine some (?nv= nirci. TJp tn 11001 to-dny 'rilv onet ^ - asa was repurttd, visi., William Hallj aged 2'ij residing at Marrickville; aud employed in York-street. Crowther1 was employed at a large city factory. Walters attended the Public School. Mrs. Margaret Whitehead, who was rVraove«l from a city hotel to the quarantine station last week, died this morning. Yesterday was a record day eleven bases being reported, making the' total number up to noon to-day 179, with 57 deaths. Of 848 ra...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. KENNEDY v. LATHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

SMALL Dl BTS COURT. Kennedy v. LAtham. In this case the plaintiff Fought to re cover the. sum nf £3, which shcnllesred was due to her for nut sing Mrs Lathnm during her confinement Mr Dumber appeared Tat defendant and Mr Ryan for plaintiff Katharine Brown Kenm dy, deposed I om a midwife and reside near Nar romine; defendant owis me. £3 for work and labor done during bis wife's confimmpnt; I went to his place on 30th October, and left five days later ; I agreed with Mrs Latham to do the nursing for £8; when I had been there five days Lmthnm called me on one side and said 1 would have to go ; the doctor had to be sent for and Latham seemed to be annoyed about it ; be tsaid he had no change theei, but that he would pay ms later on ; ie said the amount was £2 10s ; I said it was £3 ; he said I was a liar ; Mrs. Walsh was iuside whilst this conversa tion was going on, and she came out and said take no uotice of Latham. To Mr Bamber : Have b^en a nurse for over 30 years ; am skilful ; on ...

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From New Zealand. Reefton, N.Z., November 23, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Prom New Zealand. Ttaefton. N!Z.. November 23. 1896. I am very pleased to state that : since I took the agency of Charuber lain's medicines the Bale has been very large, more especially of the Cough Remedy. In two years I have sold more of this particular remedy than of all other makes for the previous five years. As to its efficacy 1 have been informed by scores of ppi-sous of the good results they have recpived from it. and know its:valu.e.' from the use of it in my own household. It is so pleasant to take ihat we have to place the bottle beyo'ud the reach of the' children. ' E. J.SCATJOI.EBURT. For sale by Ot. W. Barlow aud Co. . ? Thousands of New' South. Wales people are interested in the singular fact that St. John's Church, Parra- , tnatta, has two eteeplep. It is the only clmpch in Australasia go dis tinguished, and tho circumstance 13 due to vMrs Macqunri-y on leaving England, Heeingthe twin.stpi'ples of . tbe church at. Reculyer?, iu Kent ; the ? -: finial points of those ...

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Thursday, May 3. (Before W. Kierath and G. Smith; Esq., J's P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Thursday, May 3. (Before W. Kierath and G. Smith; Esq. j J's P.) John Ryan aud James Brown were brought up oh remand from Trangie and charged with having stolen a num ber of articles on the 29th instant, the. prop rty oi BarneUahd Corrigan. The constable's evidence, taken at Trnnine was read over and was as folk ws : John Cheadle, deposed : I am a police constable and reside at Trangie ; from information received I went to the Macquarie River near Weemabah oh Sunday last the 29th ultimo ; I i'ode up to where there was. a tent pitched ; the accused Ryan was there ; I said, ' Have you a mate *' ; he said, 'Yes'; I said, 'Where is he'; hj said, ' He is over at a house getting toent ' ; I said. ' Do yon both camp in the one tent ' \ he said, ' Yes. '' ; I said, ' Where do you come f ««ii ' ; he Said, 'From Sydney '5 I said, ' Did you come from Narromine down the river ' ; he said, ' Yes ' ; I snid, ' Get your things out of your tent, I want to have a look at them ' ; be put out several ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

The Bfst Blaster, A piece of flannel dampened ivithCham herlain's Pain Balm and bound on. to the affected parts is snperior to any plaBte.r. When troubled viih a pain in the chest or side, or a lame back, give it a trial. You are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords. Pain Paltn is also a certain enre for rheumatism. For sale by G. W. Barlow and Co.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

FOOTBALL. A meeting was held at Mr Fitch's Court Honse Hotel, on Wednesday last, for the formation of a Football Club for Narromine. Mr T. Denton web voted to the chair. The attend once was small, some of tbdse who had been so anxious to form a club being conspicnoDS by their absence. The following oBioers were elected : President, The[Mayor(Ald A. Walki r) Vice-Presidents, Messrs Dknton and Dunn ; Secretaries, Messrs Fitch and . Byrnes; Treasurer, Mr Gale ; General Committee, Messrs Bracey, G. Bell, Healcy, Spence, Speck, Cotter anj Bullock, The fee for membership was fixed at 5s for playing members with a jersey provided, aud for honorary members 2s 6d. The colors for the club arc maroon A number of members were enrolled ♦ The Darling Nursery was established by the late Mr Thomas Shepherd in 1827, being the first Nursery in Aus tralia. It has just passed into the bands of Messrs. P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, Seedsmen. and Nurserymen of 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, who are raising an;;en...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Sure Sign of Croup. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

A Sure Sign of Croup. Hoarseness iu a child that is subject to croup is a sure indication of tbe approach of the disease. If Chamber lain's Cough R-medy is given sis soon as the chiid becomes hoarse, or .even after tbe croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent the attack. Many mothers who have croupy children always keep this remedy at baud and find that it Eaves them much trouble and ?worryi It can always be de pended upon and is pleasant to take. For 6ale by G. W. Barlow and Co. Mrs Mary Ann Mullen, Balmain, Sydney, writes : 'lam very pleased to add my testimony to the great bene fit I have received from Rose's. Cele brated Eye Lotion. I was suffering from a cataract over the left rye. being nearly blind , and the doctor told' me that nothing could be done for me un til I was totally blind, and then I should have to go under an (jperation. I pnrchased a bottle of Eose s Cele brated Bye Lotion, and it cut the cat aract_ off my eye. I can almost sefl with it as I can the right.' So...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

?pp Municipal District of RSI-'--- Narromine. |f';;' ♦pKNDERS will be recevert up to 12 Noon, n ?*? on *A.TtrBDA.r. May- 12, trom Persons at ??*??-. Milling to act as Yaluers, to make Ya.ua jjjf .-- .-' i lion for current year. ?re-'' \- All Tenderers to state fee require'!. IH Tourers to be addressed to undersigned and Kf endorsed ''Teudcr for Vamer.', jp ' M. F. HENNESSY, K f Council Clerk. ?'?'? ' Council Chambers, Narromine (???- Municipal District of J v Narromine. |i Hfi$N7-TCiil? will Vie received by Hie under' P *- sig ed up t-S 12 If- tin, on Satubimv, E IIaV IS, for (Snivelling 2j chnius of Hond ? *ay in Alagalub -sUect. I? ? Specifii'iilioiiB of above work to be »een at %i Conncil Chambers any day from 10 tJl 3, 8t excepting Saturday. I?- Ton per cent on amount of tender to bo S ' lodged with tender; td be retu'rubd if not £.;_' accepted, 5V The Lowest or any tender not necessarily '% accepted; 5,i M. F. Hbnnbssy, g ' Council Clerk. X 1 | ' ' '| MUSIC J % . ? B From 1853 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

? HAVING Srvtred His cnmit-ri'wn v FPITHS' BQS bet t | . announce to the mhhc tl.nr ....* ,„,„? Commenced ° m;f Busiiifss ou Qis ... Etc. I Bedrock Prices for Teas of Storing Quality will be His aim ^TPTTflvi^ ''? K O ^p* «*» Brisbane-street, Dubbo, A Trial Solicited ft « '* Tf* ®^ ? Suits to ni3as;L:°c from, 42.s Trousers, 12s 6d I Perfect fit Guaranteed, I A Large Assortment of Patterns to Pii-k from at General Store Reduction in Selling Charges. ON'ima p/ter ilie 1st. MARCH, 1900, A Consolidated Charge of T\v-aud-a-Half Per Geat {2\ per cent) will In' 11 ip rate for SELIJN'G WOOL ir.tlu! SYDNEY MARKET by tin U ..Ui-sig.i ed : Jolin Bri g3 ar.d Clc-, Ltd J. i.,. i oung and Co / u'-t-ralasian Morg-ags and Agency Co, Ltd Harriion, Jones aid iieviiu, L.d hill, Clarjr, and C-- Pastcrai finance A.ssicia -ion, Ltl Winchcombe, Carson an-t 'Co, Ltd. V/yly, i'iei-char-L and C-. ' ? f WATCHMAKER 7: 'iMhp V f' Jeweiler andOptician ; ^glg' . .... Of-p:site Assembly Ha.I \fcf© ' ® ®0]W ' JEWEL...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Municipal Council. Tup usual fortnightly meeting of tlie Council was held on Monday evening. Present : Aldermen Nelson (chair man),. Gunniug Wheeler and Kieratb. The miuntes of the previous mi eting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE requesting payment of £4 for painting alignment poets. REPORTS. The Works Committee rpported ae follows: — A meeting of the Commit tee was held on Friday, 21st instant, Aldermen Bell and Nelson being pre sent. The committee decided to re commend the purcbase of a desk for the Council ?Chambers at a cost of £4' 15s, also tliat about 3 chains of road way in Alagalah-street, opposite Mr Sansnn'e residence, be gravelled. Finance Committee— The Finance Committee beg to report having tx sm-ned the undermentioned accounts, f- and them correct, and recrirnmend *pme for payment : J. A. Bailey, £4; J B. Montgomery, £5 ; B. J. Donglas £2 Up: Justice lJepaitment, £14 10s Jamis Patterson, £1 5s. Tour Committee farther suggest (as section 141 »if Municipalities ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

S&irtk. AT Narromine, on the 2nd MAY, 3900, the wi(e of J. P. Atkinson, of a daughter. TIE MUMU HEWS AND . ? ' l^» TRAKGIE ADVERTISER

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Brief Mention Cycling here is ou the move. Every week we hare it traicli among »o»ie«f onr 'Ed- mernimu.' On the local ground on Wed nesday, E Coomber defeated L. Kosonov ky by two lengths iu a rnce for a etiike of £3, distance one lap Another match hae been arraaiEcd, *** Mr C. G. Cubilt QrIc of the firm of G. D. Rite-bio nnd Co.) lias Jcft our midst, bavmg disposed of biB business. Niirromine can ill afford to loec a man of Mr Ciibitt's stamp, and during iiii brief stay amongst ub he was alwuyBto ibe fore in aiiy matter pertaimng lj- the advance of the town and district. Wo understand Mr and Mrs Cubitt contemplate a trip to England in wbicli all JSarromine friends wieh thciri G»d-speed and a safe return. B-swell naked Jbimson if siiicWo wa» 3'Bti- fiHblu bv n limn who li.ul bi-i-n (I''5'1?1 -'f ft ' great crime, which lie wbb sure would be luiiu out; ' So,' replied the dbctor, ' I would ad vise buc i a man to go to some country tvberc be is not known. And not to the devil where be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

TO LET ' FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE, «£Sb situated in the South' Ward. Apply, . .' . .'.. . Ofeice of This Paper. D. SIMON, WHEELWRIGHT & BLACKSMITH DANDAIOO-ST, ^A^BOMIME T For Chronic Chcet conipliribtB, \Voode Great Popf crmint Curt ? U 6d ? -

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OUTWARD SIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Outwakd Signs. ' They call me a grass widow, I enp posp,' aaid the still young and hand some woman, bitterly, ' because I don't wear weeds !' ' No,' replied the . envious neigh bour, looking round the cheei ful apart ment, ' It'6 because you seem to be in clover.' ?

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GAVE HIS BLESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Gave His Blessing. Her Father: ' Do you think, eir, that von can support a woman of such expensive tastes as my daughter?' Her adorer : ' I do.' Her Fa'her : ' Then take her and be happy. I can't.'

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