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THE CHURCHES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
$t^lMt*UKCrIE& CJJl)BOtff0» fcN'ULAMn. Si-frf--« wijj jp lielil is follow : — . W^tin*. I-ftfny, will Sewjion, tl- ivm. Sv«jBopi«a4 itapu .n, 7.30 jrw,^ ?TlijS|(jwijj«l»e. » ce.eltraiton, of the Holy Coinm»ni9tt«ii,thofirst Sun.Wuit-ie month *U.S-S,-iildinXl.««Hr4,Sto1.iya: 8 a.m, Wk'S'.estijral, end Huly-tfcrjisis. 8iwd LI a.m. Co5WS«-SB»viOB8.-j»^t Surt'Uy in the fnoHthst4he.b*jl.**^y;iO£eek, at 3 p.m. , Snd fiandij*, ?OiluuioQbie, II n.m. ; 3r-l Sunday, -irDUg(ft»«i^-3 p.m. ; 4th SunHag, Uofilh ah, H n.ci. ; CurVlellSidng. 3 pm, . Service* will be Wd at aUtiouii aocurdjug; ' C5iW*8 Kif-w-,.Inpurabout.
DISTRICT NEWS. Grong Grong. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
DISTRICT NEWS. . Grong Grong. A well attended and enthusiastic meeting was held at Laekie's Royal Hall on Saturday afternoon, the object being to discuss the project of establishing a creamery in the district Mr John M'Keone occupied the chair and a number of the largest farmers in fViA HiRt.ricfc warn nresent. A warm and lengthy disous&ion ensued, ..the members of the meeting being unanimous on the main point, and that was, that a creamery should be erected as soon as possible, .the g neral opinion being that a butter factory tliould be built at Narandera and creameriei es tablished in the surrounding districts. Mr Manning, of Naranden, .was present and addressed the meeting, giving some interest ing and reliable ..information. He JFas strongly iu favor of the movement and pointed out the good results attained in the other colonies i-y the establishment of ? fac tories and creameries. Some particulars as to the probable oost of erecting a creamery, were given by the convene...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
*FORTHfG. ?''— ^ fir 'Awausjft -.--b«i.' Events jto €ome. -« J^roikyJhiSB «, 1893. MaiTntoVurnih Titfffclub Race-. ? ^m/asiaixt ft «,n 14, 1893. ; Cooian*gii»r* SVifClub. : ? $$l5MSIMSf 20 A KD 21, 1895, JuoeeilacinB Club flakes. ? JSKjaapjU* 27 asd 2B. . TtsuK* «wr-p^Canb Kara*. PESBOAJBriS and March 1. ' ' . Tnmut JooW Oi^i'B»tiw. .';?''. '?'?. '/3!^£ca5i&i-8. * OtmOagni BkdnK Otab 'R»o«. -. , ai*RCH 12 AKO 1 J. Tnnng Joolwy dab Raoes. ?;; . Ha*uh 18 ako 10. - Altmry Bating ClBbHaoe*. - . ituWJttSl Ann 22. * ' 'Wyaleog SaUog Cidh Raom. 1 ? ? - . ? Mat 1 Aim 2. Hu»Ba«m TmfClub Rno-,
Election of Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
Election of Mayor. At the Council Cbaml-ere yesterday after neon a special meeting was. held for the pur pose of electing the Major for the current rr. Present : T le retiring mayor (Aid. F. Willing) and Aldermen Sullivan, Manning, Abrahams, Armstrong, Elwin, Faint, Smith and Wilson. Alderman Mann ing moved, and Aidermau ' Armstrong seconded, that Alderman P. Sullivan be Mayor of Narandera for the current year. The . motion was carried unanimously. Alderman Sullivan having taken the chair, he returned thanks for the honour conferred upon him. Alderman Abrahams moved a vote of thanks to the retiring Mayor which having been seconded by Aldermai Mann ing was carried by acclamation. AMerman Willans briefly acknowledged the compli ment, stating that if it was the wish of the ratepayers at the next election that he should stand he would offer himself as s candidate. The uew Aldermen, Messrs W. R. Wilson and F. A. Smith, having briefly spoken, the meeting concluded. At the invitation of th...
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London i. .?;.'? — '- '' . ' Bundar. 'is stated that by her victories Japan has Mqjurea property to the value of one hundred nuUionB Bterling. Credentials of tho Chinese peane delegates are being oorreoted. Negotiations for (he settlement of the war will be resumed next month. - ., 'Princosj Maud.of.Wales fs betrothed tojaS* ?* terrible Tjlimrd' of uneqnalled th 1. NorlhAinfirioa!: - Insome places J'a^thermomet»i; 'vaa; thirty four degrees' nelow ten. . Huge ,«now drifts' bjooked the' railways. The Promontory at the Bandy Hopk -entrance tp. Mow York ' Bay w P^twUyjoe bound. ., , ...»? -? ? i , The_ French ; Atlantic Uneria aasooigne' ^^.aays^ojeudue^m, NewSork. ft is* teared she has fpfindered jdAthreehindredj ^.IImV^IJ^''1 'IS?--*11* Carbine' f°M WH i^JUSUHMMW at .auotlon, ' ?; '^jSaSttfu sirridng^iSrew: ? Vork from; , ^^^^^K4tnd Hurope report «noounterlnir *^BBBk»w»-;*toAtl»tt«p.rt^ i - -:':?? ^ t|MWW^i^y-S}^:S!»*|^»wns.ta; ^wthrbugV^mj^n|iiEthW»Wlwa*jerVtoe;V ?...
AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. From the Iuspectoi' of .Stock (Mr J. W. ElwortliyJ we have received the followiug comparative returns showing the agricul tural eta'istire for 1894 aud also for the two preceding years ; and also the area under occupat on and stock upon the land in 1894 and 1893 :— Acres. ' Lucerne & other Wheat Hay Oats Cereals Tl. 1892 . 6683 2925 161 147 9916 1893 12843 3882 227 224 17176 1894 20974 4319 506 511 SS6&U Including 331 acres Oaten Hay. ? ?vj. '.?'.'. 1893. 189£ Area under occupation 2,745,840 2;843,6l6 Horses ? ..:. 4,895 5,116 Cattle ... .. ? 14.818 16,338 Sheep ? '1,434,866 1,520,232 Pigs ? ':l,372 1,658 From the above it will be seen that the increase in the «rau of wheat, when .the years 1892 and '94 are compa'od, is three told, us in '92 there 6683 acres while iu '94 the area was 20,974 acres. All the other heads show substantial increases.
WEATHER NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
WEATHER NOTES. Mr L. S. Donaldson kindly supplies the following weather notes for Januarv, 1895 : In January, 1895, ? 165 points on 5 wet days 1894, 309 „ ,. 7-- „ „ „ „ 1893, 26 ,i „ 3 „ „ 1892, 157 „ „ 4 „ „ 1891, 670 „ „ 6 „ , „ ., 1890, 37 „ „ 2 „ „ „ „ 1889, 125 „ „ 2 „ „ „ „ 1888, 209 „ „ 3 ,. „ Mean maximum shade temperature. 87 c ; highest, 106 ° on the 13th. Tear Mean max. shade tern. Highest 1894 91 108 1893 90 104 1892 86 107 1891 86 107 1890 96 108 Meau minimum temperature under verau clah, 66° ; lowest, 52 c on 5th and Sth. Year Max. tern, under verandah Loivesl 1894 64 53 189.3 60 52 1892 '' 631 52 1891 62 50 Prevailing wind, east ; blowing strongly on 18 days, a very unusual wind, reminding of 1891. There were some very hot. nights during the month, nine nights having a minimum, ranging from 05 ° to 72 ° (at fl a-m.), andou tlKLuiorningof the 25th (he minimum was only$fi° .
Hew South Wales v. Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
Hew South Wales t. Queensland. Sydnev, Saturday. The cricket match between New South' ' (tales and Queensland was commenced to day in glorious weather. The Queensland captain (P. M'Donnell) won the toss from the N.S.W. skipper (Sid. Gregory), and decided to bat. They were all disposed of for 106. M'Donnell (15), Bradley (44), M'Donald (30), being the highest seorera. ?When the stumps were drawn for tbe day the New South Wales had lost one wicket for 67. Jones (28), Mackenzie, not out (31). Mouday j* New South Wales are all out 163/ M'Kenzie (37), Iredale (20), Donnan (35). j Queensland, in their second innings, scored j '107- M'Donnell (22). NeMpKth Wales I lost 2 wickets for 17 in thei^^ond innings, j
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
LATEST fELEGBAMb. BY WIEE FEOU OtTB OWS C0BBESPOKDSM Sydney. * Mondav. In a press interview on Saturday, the .-Premier gives Sir Henry Parkes a severe casticatiou in regard to the veteran's recent criticisms. Mr Reid says he is deter mined to exert all his energy and ability in securing Federation, and is. very sanguine of success. John LawEon and Frank Morrison, two .telegraph messengers, were drowned yester day in the George's River, while boating. .-During a storm on Saturday afternoon, eighty ipoints of rain fell in 20 minutes. Several small craft were capsized in the harbor, and many -narrow escapes are re ported. . . ... . ' A very heavy hailstorm occurred at Parra «natta. Windows were smashed in all directjonf!rahd gardens and orchards were1 ?Wecked. At the opening of the Supreme Court to oay the court-room was crowded by judges and barristers. Judge Simpson was con eratulated upon - his appointment to the ;Bench. He said he would endeavor V-y ..^energetic devotion to properl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
^'' AJ30BIGINES. ? » ? ' Thii word, which it so Wall-known, limply means without origin, and was originally given to tho wllest known inhabitants of any country, without going Into the origin of Wolfe's Schnapps, which is well-known, it may be said without fear of contradiction, that this stimulant is a general favorite all over the world ; and, because of this, the old bottles an often taken, when empty, and re. filled with cheap, unwholesome gin. #Von thould always buy whole bottlts, tnd defac* the labels, _. ' . . IJJT ANTED 16 H.P. Portable Engine VV carusdficm Narand ra to Wagga. State Price. C. Hardy and Co., Wagg'a Wagga. ? '? ? ... MONEY TO LEND.— On approved se curity T. H. KLWIN, Estate Agent. W 'ANTED Cook and Laundress, bake Apply by letter Mrs Kial, Oud.ioll. NGTIOE.-Wllliam Brown, Fruiters? Audley-street, is the sole agent for my Extracted Honey.' Nicholas Boruhollr YOUNG MjWfeJ 'Coupla want situation Man, g«ndl;JiiM, house keeper or conk. StJtuffiJMefeiUCas tiouodary ...
Wanted to Know. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
Wanted- tcKKttow; If the NiT.C. intendto.have«Sirei Pro duce Stakes in their programjne again I Why MrH.0. Tingcom\ie- should not be, chosen gecrttary of the, Nftrandera Tiirf Club? ' -. What bat bocome^of th? sifting mkchine, that waa to be uied on New. Year'sjdavT '' ' If Harry Wren is.uot the 'George Qigin'- *^^ oj Nuranaera orioketers J; - ' ??.?'-l''-3 ?''^^^H If Wr«n and Page fail to puton«aroS^^S thap half the number of mns-reqqiied wit '* Saturday, will the'3J;0.p. wiiTr --: ?;.'i.^- ,1 ' ' Jii i\ is a fuct that the owner ti ' Jtt has . app»1ed,toUwA*»i-QWt8dra)UKClub»Te.the Peny,. Handicap belag awari«d*o OljoitioaT Why there should, nbt be ihM ' ifli * th»p»da r .?'.*' ?'?- - - ? - \ If our alderman, combined with the meat wotke, could not. got. a team of crickcten ta \ilny all-comers ! If the frame™ of the N.T.O. programme »rt- going to make !!--? big event £U)Q 1 If a edo i Trot uo:ild not i« a big attrac L tion ?
THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
THE MAILS - Following are t ie tiniesot the arrivals and departure of mails at and from the local post office. ' To tho times ofnrri.fals ha-to be added the time talcen id sorting. 5 — ; I ' MAO8A1UHVR, ' FrJm Bydnpy. Melbourne, Jsnee, Wwga WflKSa. t'oolamon, Grong Groog, Devha'e Siddfe, dlbury. Boggy Craek, and T.P^O, No. Sat 11.46 o.m.daily ^Sundays excepted),^ Vrdta ? H»r,. Bringaeeet Carrflthool, Darl^gton, Yanco, and 'Whifton, at 3.10 pim.^U4Jy--Sjind8yfleKoeplie(l)- : Frbin Jerildorie, Urana, Mornndah, ^c. onToistdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11.46 a.m. '?' . ? i fiiojmDnsrUngtwi Point, Tubbo. GiBonbaV &c, on Wednesdays, Fridays, and 8una-y». f-om Rook, Jackson's Wotefbales, Bui- : lenbong, Pirrego, &o. on Tuesdays -and fl»taaa.ay» atS^Q p.in. ' - , ? PwmMorundal.. Ya«taJ-.e, CuddsU. &I Mosaaymndmmradajis/stftp^n. ; fi-om Mount Ctr»t»r»o4Tyfe'8 Mill on Wednesday s and Saturdays *t 10 a.m. Fro-nBftrellan, Bolero, Byny a, Colinroobie MurtMe3ool, Sout...
Murrumburrah Races. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
, Mnrrumburrah Races. ? - 'Opening H andicap — Shrapnel! 1 , Nanghty 2, Mervllieux 3. TowfljP'ate.— Ready Money 1, Julian 2, Messenger 3. Disposal Stakes.— Rosethom 1, Hands Up . S, Gladiator 3. Railway Handicap.— fillery 1, Naughty 2, Ada Bird 3. Harden Handicap. — Ardrigh 1, Dudley 2, Mervolleus 3. Second Dat. Hurdle Race— Raillery 1, Dick 2, Moun-, taineerS. ? ' Flying Handicap.— Dora 1, Fortress 2, EIlery3T Turf Club Handicap.— Red Rose 1, Ready Money 2, Ardrigh 3. Welter Handioap.— Tirrana 1, Dudley 2, Capstan 3. Farewell Handicap.— Naughty 1, Fortress 2, Messenger 3.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
THKTWO CE^OIKS ARTICLES: CLEMENTS TOKlC FLETCHttE'S PILLS, IMITATE!)! BUT UNRIVALLED ? ANDUNBQUALLEO. CLEMENTS TONIC is a scientme chemi cal food anJ restores the tinue wasted by . the vocations of every day life, iu a prompt and safe remedy for neunugia, nervousness, weakness, dobiUty, liver complaint, dropsy,' and chronic indigestion. - FLETCHER'S FILLS cure heartburn, backache, hendttche, liver torpidity, dys pepsia and all complaints ot the stomach and bowels. ^ - These two r'tnedies have been thoroughly tested in all the hot countries of the world. They are sold at a prioe within ' the reach . of all people. Evidence is forwarded tree on receipt of name and address tbat will satisfy the most sceptical as to their virtues. They are sold everywhere, bat cire mast be taken tbat the genuine are obtained or the money and time ace wasted and tore dis ease so much ibe tqpie serious. AVER'S Cherry Pectoral HAS NO EQUAL FOB TOE BAPID CUBE OP Colds, Coughs, . Influenza, and ©ORE! THROAT....
[?]nee Racing Club Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
IWiiinee Racing Club Nominations. Tlip'fo 1' win r a r ti-, 1: -'.ir.aiio s for t!« annual r. ucs, u lie lieM tin 20tn uud 21tl Kebrua y : — . Jitnee Handicap. Envy M.L.A. Rora R d Rose /Sherbroolte linuquet Mervellcux Silver Rose Dudley Pitchery Glenholm Caveat Fortress ? ? . Claeendon Handicap. Fortrets Envy Dora Bherb'ook ' Mervelleux Vouquet Boss Tailor Pudley Pitohery Caveat '.= Glonholm. '? : ' Hokdlb Race. Comet Dick Hands Up Jack C'Judies. Raillery
The Polling. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
The Polling. The annual election of aldermen, for the three wards of the Borough, who retire by eSluxion of -time, was held on Friday, be tween 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., the Mayor (Mr. J. F. Willans, being reluming officer. There was only one contest, between Messrs A. E. Middleton and S. Feint, » retiring alder man, as Messrs F. A. Smith and W. R. Wilson had been returned unopposed for the Bast aii.l North Wards respectively. Mr Elwin was the deputy returning officer at South Ward, and the polling booth was his office. The poll for the local option vote was also taken; and resulted in favor of renjoval of licenses in two wards, b'ut- ,*g»inst any increase in all the 'Wards. There was very ' little ' in terest manifested in the polling, but in the South Ward the general expectation was that Mr Middleton would be returned ; how ever, Mr Feint succeeded in gaining election by a, majority of 11 votes. Following are the returns : — SOUTH WAKD. . Samuel Feint ._ ... 39 A. E. Middleton ? 28 Majo...
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. The Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 12 February 1895
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. The Nominations. The declaration of nominations for the Narandera Borough Council were made by the Mayor, at noon on Tuesday lost. There was a small attendance, only eight being present. Following are the nominations : — NOETH WABD. Abraham Myers, mining proprietor, no minated by Jas. Armstrong and W. A. Jar dine. Mr Myers wrote withdrawing. W. B. Wilson, coachbuilder, nominated by H. D. Adams, and James Charles Lees. The Mayor declared W. R. Wilson duly elected. BAST WARD. Fred Allan Smith, railway goods clerk, nominated by George Jarman and Charles Cook. John Fleming Willans, solicitor, nominated by Petwr Sullivan and Louis Abrahams. Mr Willans wrote withdrawing. Mitchell Henry Graham, sawmill pro prietor, nominated by George Wise and C. Dying. Mr Graham wrote withdrawing. Samuel Feint, news agent and stationer. Mr Feint wrote withdrawing. F. A, Smith was declared duly elected. SOUTH WABD. Alf\sd Ernest 'Middleton, nominated by WalU'i Fox and Henry Langland Cu...