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Drowned TALE OF A F[?]OOD. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Dnm:ned Taj.'1, of a Foonp. _ _ Over the wiillnbv Mngen the light of 111 nioruiii^.broke ; ., ., « . ? ? 1 ro.n all the roofa in Nnrrouiiiif turlddthin ' «rcutlip of umoke ; 'jlie chops were nil opened, the fown wm all iilive \v iilr Imvors und with eel era like bees about u'liivc I !:uer..bi) housctpjn and iuiril- the workmen's hmiiuHTi rang. - IS.ithrly 6'cr theiv luhoure the wiyet ot the uorkn en ginp; V hen on s olii-ntmit geliVmg beeiiicared with sueat and lmul, A cuat. and hulled rider brought *nd hews ot . siilool l'i- told Hut far' up the river whi-n- Kuniine djh Id rs1 n 1 poo 1. A limn h.-iil juet Ij.-fii (Iroxiied^and then in the ruuriug llooil A girl on itaftVriv liosom clung to an up urncd bo:it. An 1 rniiily she wns Ir. i g to keep herwlf alloHt '} ho news soon Fjiiend like fnrr nil o'er thp' .busy town, And «oi-knit'ii from I In- ho .etopa were eoou. hurniiigdonri ; 'J'lien son p went runu)»K snfl mhrrs wiiiking, to nhere the niini Imil sunk, ' And nil rlu m ol Inmiiu...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOER WAR SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

THE BOER WAR Stdket, Thursday. In opening the Volksraad, Krnger acknowledged the legal co-operation ' of the Free Staters, and declared toe world's sympathies were with the J Boers. He would do everything possii ble to bring abont peace, but if seat to St. Helena the Republican cause wonld atill go on. Dutch colonial friends raised £9,000 ' to provide comforts for the Boer ; prisoners. ' Tha* Ri-ImoI. haA fill) l-Hlofl nnA 33 ('I wounded at Booidan. i The Boers are in considerable force ?- at the Zand Bi7er, where the British V out posts are reconnoitring. '? Hamilton is now ten miles north of Winberg. C French's whereabouts is unknown. Button's brigade has rerched Welgel- ^ town, near the Smalldeel. Buller is completing transport arrangements preparatory to an advance against tho V enemy. Troopers Gazrard and Bristowe (Victorians) were dangerously wound- 1- ed at Brandfort. The Sydney troopers, Whith'ngton V and Ford, state that half the prisoners at Watervaal are suffering from fe...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Xatzst Melligenee Sydney, Thursday Twenty thousand pounds has been promised towards the Presbyterian . Centenary Thanksgiving Fund, as a; result of four months. It is proposed to raise another thousand guineas. The (Victorian Government era Bpending £25,000 fitting up the Ex hibition Buildings for the meeting ot the Federal Parliament. One fresh case of plague is reported namely, Alice Carroll, aged lo, resia* ing at Paddington. Several suspicious caBes are being investigated. It has transpired that a woman who was before the court this morning, charged with drnnkenneBS, was only dibcharged from quarantine yesterday, after being cured of the plague. The detectives while' making en- quiries last night concerning some stolen property, entered the house of a Chinaman named Ah Die, near George-street north. In searching the place they discovered an iron safe con taining about £300 worth of stolen jewellery -of all descriptions, includ ing a gold watch valued at £30, stolen from Frederic...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

J. A. BAMBER, SOLICI OB, t Coweix's Hotel, Rr-niiAWAr-SrifEET, I NARR0MIX13. Dental Notice Mr. H. D. FERGUSON, ST7EG20N DENTIST, PROM C.J. Adams' Dental Estobli.h ment will visit Narromine regularly 1 every week iu the future. I Faiu ess Ex ractionB a Speciality 1 (fur All-comers.) Will be laid at NARROMINE, on ? Wednesday, May 30. - l^ISS OUT First Prize, £15 j Second, ,£3; Ihird, £2. Two Kominntiorir allowed.' One Noniinaliou £'1, Two KoininutioiiB 30», '? Shire ' 15s Entri s close on Friitay, Mn» 25. Hsr.dicnjM app;sr on Tue -1mt, llajr 29. Shooting fit i p.m. Sharp. N.S.W. Guu Club Rule*. Handicappor and Referee, B G Dulliunly E»q i Handicap, 32 to 21 yards. Nomination? must be Accompanied by Carh ; »Uo past two jeum shooting perform ances, and Gun Club Ilutidiciip -(if mem ber ot juiy Gun Vlub), und nleo state - number of iioiiiinulions required, - II. V, HkNKKKSY, ) n ? John Cowell, j PromoUre Railway Hotel, Krrrociiiie. NARROMINE JOCKEY CLUB. Programme of R-ices to be run on ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND, NARROMINE [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

CHUECH OP ENGLAMD, KABEOM1KB The Bishop of Bathurat has, upon the nomination of the Rev. F. J.' Harris, appointed the following gen lemen as church wardens in the Nar romine mission district: Mr John L. Wheeler, clergyman's warden : Mr G. A. Gunning and Mr Thomas Bragg, signified his intention of holding Con firmation for this mission district on Sunday, September 16, for Bundemar, and on Sunday, October 7 for Narro mine and Trangie. The Mission chaplain has started a service at Mr Meets', Ewenmar Creek, on the third Sunday of the month, and judging by the congregations there ia evidently need for the Church'B ministrations. The residents in the district are al ready contemplating the erection of a church. Tho Darling Nursery WM established by the late Mr Thomas Shepherd in 1827, being the- first Nursery in Aus tralia. It has just passed into the handB of Messrs. P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, Seedsmen and Nurserymen of 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, who are raising an entirely new stock of t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY MAY 13TH, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Religious Servict s. CHUECH OF ENGLAND. Sphditi Mat 13th, 1900. S Marys, Narromine^ — 10 a.m., Children's Service; 11 a.m., Matins and Holy Communion j 7.30 p.m. Evensong. TimbrieboDgie, 3 p.m. Annoy (Mr W. Warren's) 3.30 p.m., Rev. F. J. Harris.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

A Sure Eign of Croup. . Hoarseness in a child that is subject to cronp in a sure indication of the approach of the disease. If Chamber lain's Cough Ri-medy is given bb soon as the cbiid becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent the attack. Many mothers, who have croupy children always fceep this remedy at haud and find that it 6aves them much trouble and worry. It can always be de pended upon and is pleasant to take. For sale by G. W. Barlow and Co. For Chronic Chest romplsiots, Woode Grtat Peppermint Cure Is (id

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Personal -& Political. The extracted bnllet was the cleared evidence of the innocence of the Grot two suspects arrested over the Grenfell business. The bullet did not fit. their firearms. ' Premler^Seddou, of New Zealand, is in peril of^ paralys'io* Overwork;1 loo much political excitement and intense' enthusiasm have worn him down. His continuous innings Jias extended over seven years. Citizens of Sydney are suffering from another epidemic. The newest malady is a cold approaching in severity the influenea. When one gets it he fancies he baa ' the plague, and great is the searo in the house hold. The graphic articles on the Quaran tine Station at North Head, appearing ia the ' Australian Star ' under iihe heading 'Under the Yello Flag,' are by Gilbert Probyn Smith, who achieved celebrity last Spring as a pamphleteer, his effort being 'An Open Letter to John Norton,' which resulted in the Sensational libel trial at'Darlinghnrst before Justice Cohen, when the jury disagreed. B...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

WESLEYAN. Narromine, 11 a.m. aud 7,30 p.m. Woodlands, 3 p.m. Rev. J. Lund.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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TRANGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

TRANGIE. A cricket match was played here on Saturday last between teams picked from Trangie and Timbriebongie clubs Trangie won after an exciting contest by 33 runs. Following are the scores Trangie. A. Forrest, b Cameron ... 13 J. McLennon, b Cameron ... 4 J. Phillips, b Cameron ... 0 O. Smith, c Hope, b Holland ... 60 W. Lindsay, run out ... 26 W. Lake, b. McKillop ... 4 J. Hope, b Cameron ... 4 H. Samuels, b MacMahon ... 4 F. Samuels; not oot ... 4   C. Forrest, b MacMahon ... 5   J. Hoare. absent ... 0 Sundries ... 10 Total ... 134 Timbriebongie. A Ryrie. run out ... ... 28 J. Buttsworth, 1 b.w, b Samuels ... 9 A. Cameron, b Phillips .. ... 17 G. McKillop, st, b Phillips ... 0 J. McMahon, c Smith, b Phillips ... 0 J. Perry, b Forrest ... 5 A. Cameron, c Smith, b Forrest ... 1 J. Hope, b Phillips ... 19 A Muller,, b C. Forrest ... 2 H. Muller, not out ... 0 A. Holland, b Phillips ... 13 Sundries ... ... 7 Total ... 101 We are having nice weather here — j...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Marriage. SMITH — SANSON. On the 31st, MARCH, 1900, at Carlton, Victoria,   by the Rev. Archdeacon Turnbull, ALFRED JAMES SMITH, of Bruns- wick, Victoria, to SARAH JANE   ' SfSfow, eldest daoghter of T. SANSON, of Narromine, N.S.W. THE NARROMINE NEWS AND   TRANGIE ADVERTISER

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

J. A. BABIBEB, solici os, CowBi.r.'s Horn?,, ]7i!Ki!A\VAV-S'niLET, KARUOM1-K. A. CAMEKON, Saddle if Harness barker. DKKIUBONG STREET, (Xo\t The l,'l.l'K S5OKK) BEGS to inform Ilio losHejils iJ JViirojuiiH' :iiiil IliVfrici ilisit.li*' lins sliiitoii linsii (?►(?? iis Ahoy, fli.d i rusts by Sli ir1 Ar- m Jit»- n -] Mi.d r nte Cl.ii'gTK lo n iiiiiiiuiti a liibuiul ]t-ntrui!iig'i*. A TWL SOUCJTCD. Mi-. Walter itawkc, TEACHER OV r SIAN0F0B1 B and ORGAN, ES dctivnu.* in mnl;e k]!( ami lliiit lie will or mint lire wiih Vv.yi f i'n m Fi'bmavv 20ili. lioiiip: an exjieriei fed j ]iiiiul,-lio gunviiiiUcs e'Vi.'1-y satisifne- i tion. Anv ii. formation icqiiir.d will be supplied by Jlr. JJ. Simon, Nun omiuc, TeiiMS Modkhate. WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN. , Walclios, Clocks, aud Jewellery Kep.iirerl. Wedding HiigF E- rj-irf and nil Kind of Jewellery Jlade lo Older on The Premises. EtKCTlKjPI.A'J ISH AND Glf.PIM. Specs llepaired. Pipes Mounted, Kngiaving, Etc., AH Work at Piice Consistfiit w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

s^s^Hs^53S8dss^8sVSb93*£a-*«__ NARROMINE JOCKEY CLUB. Programme of Races to be run on )uU(4tk, 1900 1st. Race — Opening Handicap, of £8. First Horse Only. Dist&uce, six furlongs. 2nd Race — Publicans' P i?se, of £10. First Horse Only. Distance, six furlongs. 3rd Race — Nabromine Jockey Ciob Handicap, of £10 ; second horse to receive 3 sovs from the prize. Distance, one mile. 4th Race — Wheatgrowers' Handicap, of £10. First horse only. Dis tance, six furlongs. Open^to all comers. 5tb Race — Forced Handicap of 5 sovs. Distance 6 furlong. A.J.C. Pules strictly adhered to. Nominations 5 per. ceut. on amount of prize ; no acceptance. Nominations for Opening (8b) and Narromino J. C. Handicap (20s) to be ?n the hands of the Secretary on or before the ,27th June at 8 p.m. Weights to appear on Friday, 29th June in Narromine and Dubbo^papers. Nominations for all other, evente close onuight of general entry at 8 30 p.m. Nomination for Forced Handicap on the course. Winner of any race d...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Personal & Political. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

Personal & Political. Mr. Reid reckons it is ticie be closed_ Mr.' Lyne's innings, One soon tires of the bat in iho hands of another fellow. It would be Ihe irony of fate if Ljne and Sec had to surrender oCIoe at the termination of the contingent worries and JDBt as the plague is being stamped out? /. But wouldn't Ruid and CatTuttei-E rejoice P The French Cousol-Gcneral, M. Biard d' .Autiet, visited Lord Beau ehatnp prior to his departure for Franco. His Ex. most be wore sorry Uiau ever Ibitt lie criticised the French people in tbat. remarknble Broken Hill epeeeh. , The Vico-Rcgal ladies are back again in Sydney. They arrived how. ever'uuder the shadow of bereavement, the death of young Lvgon nfc the front. Well on .in the wiuter, bow ever, the Vice-regal engagements will le renewed. The fate of Federation still hangs in the Imperial balance. The cable indicates that Mr. Barton is about the most indignant persona^ in the Em pire and no wonder. He clearly sees that influentia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

The Bfst Plabtek. A piece of flannel dampened williCham berlain's Pain Balm and bound on to tbe affected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled 'vtiili 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 pr-.i'* elief which it affords. Pain Phiiu is so a certain cure for rheumatism, rsale by G. W. Barlo-wr and Co. For Bronchial Coughs take WoodB' Greet Peppermint Cure. 1b 6d.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Boundary Rider. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

The Boundary Kider. When the sunset tips the ridges, lean cmcU the distant gidgabs, And through the fitful gloaming There stands the gate ajar; Old Hover oomcB to meet me, But no voice is t:iere to erect me, Ssrc the voices of tho night wiud Through the wilga aud bular. As tbe day is slowly dying, Comes the endless eobbiup, sighing, And the branches of the she oaks Are a-Bwnying in the breeze, While the stars above are blinking As they laugh at red Sol sinking, Ae he leaves us for hit friends In other lands beyond the seas. Eow, again, tho scene is shifting Ae the mist.? breeze is lifting, And the moon ie slyly peeping Through the clouds pi silver grey ; For t!ie night is stealing o'er us, And the kookaburra's chorus Is ringing through the ridges, A« they sing their evening lay. ITow, some folks in the city, May think of me with pity, But my heart i- filled with gladness You town chaps never knew, For 'my horse and dog they love me, And the moon shines fair above nip, The wild bu eh...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

Stray Notes. (By Qdiz.) The, Dubbo Show has come and gone,, and with it has departed all tho discomforts generally experienced by visitors who attend such affairs. From a financial point of view, or bb regards the attendance, no doubt, it has proved a success, but as far as exhibits are wucernea, iney were generally speak ing inclined to mediocrity, and hardly reflected credit on such a large district as Dabbo. As usnal Narromine and Trangie people were very much in evidence, familiar faceB being met at every tnrn, and from tbe marked interest taken by them, one would imagine that it was a show being held V1 *heir own particular locality which fully illustrates a fact that the initial difficulty in starting one here, wonld be easily surmounted if people only could be induced to take the same interest, that they usually take in tbe Dubbo Show, in tbe formation of one ill their own district. That the show officials committed a gfevious blunder in their utter lack of provision and atte...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

Brief Mention Messrs Leeds & Co., offer 50 head of horses to-day at saleyards. Buyers should not miss this chance. Colds are prevalent amongst our population. A nice little nugget of gold weigh ing lozs 13dwts, bas been found at Platina.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence Sydney, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

%a\i%\ Midliqenee Sydney, Thursday Splendid rain has fallen over the ?whole of Queensland. The following casualties amongst N.S.W. troops in South Africa: Trooper A. E. D'Arcy, Australian Horee, wounded; Troopers R. McDonald and H. L. Hart taken prisoners ; Sergeant H. T. Doyle, taken prisoner ; Corporal W. C. Chant and private T. J. Williams, of Mounted Infantry, both wounded. Privates W. G. Taylor and C. J, Tonkin severely wounded. Henry McDonangh, aged 20 residing at St. Peteis has been prononnced suffering from plague. He was em ployed in the city. - There are no further death reported. Two deaths occurred at quarantine station during the night. Lieutenant Dowling has bee ap pointed Acting-Adjutant to the Auo tralian Horse, vice Captain Byrie. A big fire occurred at Brisbane this morning. The whole of *he City Conucil's wharves, leased by the A.U.S.N. Co., were destroyed. The premises were only quarantined on Wednesday A gang of men, (em ployed fumigating the premises, were asle...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 18 May 1900

Old Krugcr'g a lit out of reck'ning If he thinks he will wriggle ecot free, No nngcle to liiin'll be beck'ning When bo e wings by hie neck from £ tree. Uc'll get (i bod cough in tbe open Exposed to tbe air, I am eure, And his lmnds'll forever be groping, For Woods' Grreit Peppermint Care.

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