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KLONDYKE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 28 January 1898

,-.. *'. KLOtfDTKE. .1 . . t ? ? ?. A. Robs, an Australian miner of 18 years e^porience, writes as follows i —The 'reported finds in the Taken Basin are correct. To get there,' the cheapest, quickest, and beet route is by fTha .rianarlinn-Ajifltralian 'line from Sydney to Vancouver, British Colum bia, thence per boatto Skagway Bay; aud thenoe over tbe_ Chilcoot :PaB8. ' T^here are 'men in Australia --who are advertising San' Francisco,' Seattle, ? ana Victoria B.C., to' 'whom do^fcot ?? ' listen i also turn away frpm any per- -. son or company who try to get you to .,.'' go toJuneau or Skagway Bay, these ; k places are in the United States 'inhere. . on* has to pay donb'lo ; for 'his . .oatfit and from SO -to 35dols. .additional is 'added' as dot/, directly you^teninto Cauada. The gold .felds ?rr;iuBCan ada, and a great xnistake'*1s':7inade'if ' you land elsewhere; 'Ton should have at least £75 to get to Dawson frpm Sydney. . . As the summer ^ ^advances it will-be-che'vpe'?,'' parti...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Then San. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 28 January 1898

[?] gPM^te.,eXhibitim?ipf j%ph^ M^|H^;.Harr-s- plonghs 'on Tu»; ffiyv^asRdjiff Very satisfactorily. ? - -' :'r-'''*i?— ??'?''?*?''''- ' ' ??'' ? ,'? iThat P.i, Heffarnftn,,ipnr- champibn: ploughmaD,, pronounces the ploughs, fijjjt-class. . ' . ? v,-.r;. v . ?-. ;»'? KSL/'^-*- ? %':;'*^»i-:f-t*im-.iii; '-s 'i.-Tbatyar^rjoJietii^ttpp— :TinAne-i; 4}bngie.v^^tnaflnur-s;wa«i,played] at .Timbriebon^^pSfeanesaay.. ei - '?- t -That Scofl^Ps., who bpughiOw -ftn^-A«-,'Wl^nis'[;,B«leotions, ^near TDmingley.'hare Boma-cleared -land' to. Jet onjfhe halves system. — '-^^/*^ *** .'- -1 ? Thai the new oheinist's shop in '|The Areujfej'' i« qnite an aeqaisitioh Ur the town. ? k _ ' ; .*. . J That ? Gerald's Drainatio Company play ' All for Gold' in the Assembly 1-HallW-night (Friday)-.- .» ..... ^»x. ?? !ii 'S:H- J'...l.l*rf.s'-..-a-«S9--.'f1l.F--'1 -'?? That ' The Arcade' is looking np. ^QnitJB'B.'busy? busines.s-DentreflFi;'c I 'i ?.ot^r j f- ?!'.-. ' ? »*k» J-- ' -'?-- -- ? iIVt51 ^TbtcbfflT.-lL&...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 28 January 1898

We'd Like to See. A messanger appointed at the local   Post and Telegraph Office. A bumper house to see "All for Gold" to-night.       The new business people in town receive encouragement.           A start made with the new police     buildings.               A few trees planted in the Recrea- tion Ground.   The alterations to the weighbridge   and staging at the Railway Station carried out during the slack time. That postal pillar erected on the north side of the line. The gentleman who selected the site and took the levels for the bridge over the Macquarie at Narromine pre-   sented with a medal, the townspeople to have the designing of same.         The next ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Sad Fatality. A BOY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 28 January 1898

A Sad Fatality. A BOY DROWNED.           It is with very great regret that we draw the attention of our readers to   the sad calamity which befell a bright, intelligent little son of our esteemed townsman, Mr. Hargrave, on the anniversary of the colony, and ought to be an event which should impress on the minds of parents the desira-   bility of teaching their children to swim. It must be admitted that it is most unwise to allow children to go into deep water before they can swim or without the protection of responsi-   ble persons. There is an attempt be- ing made to have swimming a part of the curriculum of our Public Schools, and there is no doubt that it is a most necessary adjunct, and one that would be productive of an incalculable amount of good, but until it is general through- out the country schools, we venture to urge all parents to have their children instructed in thi...

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 — 28 January 1898

MACQUARIE     STEAM SAW MILLS,   NARROMINE.   DONALD McPHEE PROPRIETOR     BEGS to draw the attention of his   customers to the fact that he     has SHIFTED his PLANT to TOMINGLEY, but will still continue to supply Narromine and District, as   usual from his YARD at at NARRO- MINE or Direct from Tomingley   with Superior pine. While thanking   them for past support, he trusts that   he will still merit their patronage.     Orders will always receive prompt   and cordial attention. t/w- - ?°V$l£iilSag'Ji%?t-'8 following price * S^^^^^'^SE^yoSWSB' »t Karrpinine :— Tj*i aizes-aa' length's 8 6 Promptly and . Carefully delivered to any part /TTStrick. ?within 8 milei Station, FreT~oT~Chtfrge. ' .^djat distance, carriage at i rates/ ? '' ^ !. ^'-- Builders'- and : ontraotor ' ciaUy de...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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CONTRACTOR'S D[?]PTS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 28 January 1898

: CONTRACTORS VEftpTS; ;,; A. shprtbut important-. jneasnje, jg . -? i ? ??-? ? -lJ*gX*TZ x'2*grr«^6lBa'affilevn3arta 7 wOT*nwn*»r prompt -and ready lieo «n-- any ' money7; daa t* the oontra'ctorr^NB' amount c^T ui ruuuvertfu unuer i»uio jxm\i rur more than sixty days' wasfes, or for goods supplied more than three months previously..1. The amount dne has to ba sued for, and the presiding magistrate or judge then, issues ft certificate, which iR served on the contractor (i.o., the person \rho lets the contract)' and lie is compelled to pay the amount out of any money due to the contractor, and bqoI) payment shall bs sufficient 'dis ohirji. :. lio. Act further- peovides thatjivery original crnt'radtor shill bt responsible for the wages debts of every sub-contractor on the job. This is a most important provison. Sup pose Brown takes a building contrast Bndsnb-lntB the carpentering to Smith, who ulftarj oat. paying his men. The. latter can fine, Brown, and it would be no defence to say ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 28 January 1898

CHURCH OF ENGLAND.       Some improvements have been made to the Church building. It has been lined throughout, and , we believe, is to be ceiled. The work when com- pleted will make the building much more comfortable and also add greatly to the appearance of its interior. Mr. Frank arnaudon, a budding contrac- tor, is carrying out the work in a very satisfactory manner.           REVENUE. The revenue obtained at the local Police Court, during 1897 amounted to £90 17s 10d, an increase of some few pounds on the previous year.   During the year, 90 timber, 19 tobacco and *5 coach licenses were issued.—Small Debts cases, 73 arrests, 53 summons cases, 35, amount sued for in Small Debts Court, £442 17s 2½d.       CRICKET.               &...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cricket. NARROMINE v. WOODLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

~ Cricket. NART1OMINE v. WOODLANDS. A matcb was played on Monday, be tween Narronriue and Woodlands teama. The weather was all that conld be desired, sod althoogh tbe fortunes of tho day were very much against the visitors, the game was a most enjoyable one. 1'r. Wheeler captaiced the borne team and Mr. Thomas tbe visitors. Mr. Webb, ana., and Mr. C. Tyro acted aa umpires. The visitors won the toss and elected to take the field. The home team put together tbe very respectable score of 170 before they were disposed of, McCasland and Carpenter contributing 91 bctuit: tlit-y were separated. King played a good inuinge for 40 not out. Tho other players to get double fignres wore G. Nolan (16) and A. Millar (18). The visitors, in their first innings, were all disposed of far the small total of 25, MoGaaland seen ing seven wickets for 12 runs. . They followed on, and succeeding in total ling 56, their two innings yielding 80 runs, Narromine thus winning by an innings and 90 rnna. Following...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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PRISBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

PEESSTTBEIAK. Narromine, 11 a.m. Timbrieboncie, 2.45 p.m. Traugie, 7*4S p.m. B«v. J. N. Maio, MA.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. SUNDAY, JAN. [?]. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

Keligious Services. ._ 6UNDAT, JAN', t WIBLETAH. Trangie, 11 a.m. Narromine. 7.S0 p.m. ' ? Oev. J. Ldnd.

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Rainfall for 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

Rainfall for 1898. Following is a reoord of the rain fall registered at the Post Office, Nar ro'niue; during tho year ending Slat December, 1898 : Points Days January 509 3 February 301, 3 March 63 3 April nil May 126 4 June 463 10 July 46 3 Aaguat ~ 245 S September 9? 3 October 294 5 November It) 3 December 174 3 . Total 23 31 45 ?„ The average rainfall ia tl\ iuches. Most rain f«ll on January 12th — 26^ points. There was no rain in April. '.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Races. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

Races. A very enjoyable afternoon's horse racing carno off on the eld racecourse on Monday afternoon, and althongh there were no £100 stakes to be lun for, the entries were numerous and each event well contested . Only one dispnt© ocenrred to mar the afternoon's pleasure, and a prote.it was laid against the rider of Stockings tor iruenertnK wun nnoui iu nir Now Year's Handicap, but the com mittee, ' whilst regretting that each should hnvo happf-ned,' cnnld not entertain the protest, not having seen any font play, and had to decide on the evidence of tho jockeys. All the other events went off smoothly au-3 no accidents occurred, and tho committee are to be congratulated for providing a pleasant afternoon 'a amuaement. Tbo results of the races were as under: — Opening Handicap, ( Mile. J. Smith 'r IUbbi ... 1 W. Oaf«Maad ? i M. Carrol'e Stockings ... 3 New Tear's Handicap, 5 Furlongs. M. Carrol'e Stockings ... 1 J. Smith's Rabbi ? 2 E. Sbeppard'a Grej Stoel ... S Harvest Handicap, \ M...

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The R. C. Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

The B. C. Bazaar. The taunt in aid of effecting cer tain improvement* to the looal R.C. Church, and for which Mr*. W. ONeill and a large staff of lady as sistauta have been working po twalonsly for Eomo weeks back, opened in tbe Aseembl/ Hall on Boxing Night, and was continued the succeeding Satur day and Monday evenings, and it is highly gratifying to learn that its re enits attained a degree or eucoens hardly anticipated by iU moat ardent supporters or sanguine well wishes, and we heartily congratulate tbe promoters and workers of the move ment whoso untiring pffortfi and cour teous demeanour, combined with a generously disposed and sympathising public, had the effect of netting the respectable total of abont £68. The hdiea are deserving of very great credit for the assiduity displayed by them, their snaaive powers were used to the utmost to bring social as well an financial success to the movement, and their efforts on the occasion proved that a little flattory wan not altogether...

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"OLD NICK" AND THE LOTTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

'OLD NICK' ANDTTHE LOTTERIES. Among the vast army of blackguards and m -n who lived by their wiwu hundred years ago, there was u notorious sporting cliaiac ter, who went by the nickname of ' Old Nick,' his name being Nicholas Ward. Shakespeare says, ' One man in his life time plays many parts,'' and certainly Old Nick carried out the poet's words by the variety of his pursuits. In bushy wig, with grave and ^Puritanical air, this scoundrel often mounted n ;Cub it, . Moorlields, and in Wbitefield vein held forth upon the iniquities of the flesh, and, while he dealt out lire and brimstone with the most lavish profusion, an emissary went round with the hat. At the same time in different parts of the town, he kept a billiard table, a bowling alley, a skittle ground, and a hazard table. On Newmarket Heath no man was better known or more avoided by the knowing ones; he was in league with every roguish jockey, every brother blackleg, and even with the highway men, who in those times infeste...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

As the Court of Caiiation pro ceeds with its inquiry into the dread fnl Urcyfna bnaiuets it becomes evi dent that no inoorjspicnoiia part wdb played by a woman iu the great betrayal. We now learn that the damnatory teljgrorus purfortintr to come from ' Blanche Speranta' were aiguod by Madame Pays, miBtress of that unmentionable Major, Esterbacy, and that the woman nuder examina tion, confessed tbe part she played in the fell conspiracy. Slowly, but sorely, tbe truth is coming out, and every fraah decol&pment points more conclusively tban ever to tbe in nocouoe of Dreyfoa, who, by the way, left his prison on the lonely Devil's Island, this week, for France. Notwithstanding the universally ad mitted fact that Dreyfus was dnnied a fair trial and that all the testimony against him lias been «hown to be tainted and that overy day tho ideaa as to bis guilt have been dissipated, hi* superior officers scout the sug gestion of his innoceuoe . and declare only agitators pretend to reg...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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PICTURE ADORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

PICTURE ADORATIOH. / The elricf symbol of Russian religion is the universal icon, that unique sacred picture which is everywhere in evidence. Artistically, the icon is unlike anything familiar in other lands. It is a picture containing no paint ing whatever, except the face and hands. These are painted, either rudely, or with fair skill, or exquisitely, as the case may be. The rest of the icon is ail in raised metal work — brass, nickel eilver, or gold. A Russian cannot understand a word in which icons are not profusely displayed in all quarters. They represent the Virgin and Child, or St. Nicholas, or SI. Sergius or the iiedeemer, or any sacred character sufficiently famous to deserve homage. In every church theie is, if possible, at least one mostly icon, and in all wealthy sanctuaries there are several of great value.iisuallv adorned with rubies.amethysts, sapphires, diamonds, and pearls. The value of tire jewelled icons, and of relics in caskets blazing with precious stones, is,...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

Notice. WE beg to announce to -i* pab lie of Ntrrcmine tod the ?trroudiog district that we will jjire ? - a IPM AL of aar PLOUGHS, ioplud ' ing oirfiatejfcmaW STUMP JUMP IMPLBMBNT3;alio, GIANT CUL TIVATOR, at Mr. O'Neill'* farm on the 20tb inst. . All are invited to attend. CLYDE ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Bncoensors to Hndgon Bro»., Oranville, Sydney. Tenders Wanted. rB Clearipg about 600 AcrM of Laud fit lor the Wongl* on ' Dcrriuoug Station, Dabdatoo. For particulars apply to the uudersigued. Tenders cIobo on 20: h inst. E. CAHILL & CO., Natromine. tenders. CftENDERS will be received up till *sfe FRIDAY, JANUAR 12th, .1899, at E. Cahill and Co.'b office for Ploughing 200 AorcB new Laud at Craigie Lea. For particulars apply, ';?*? JAS. DEMPSTER, Or E. CAHILL& CO., Narrontine. Impounded. S T Narrotnine, from Backwater, uSw by Messrs. Maok and Austin — ONE BAY GELDING, small star, saddle marked, like 7NB near shonl der, like EYC off shoulder, 15 bauds, sped. BAY GELDING....

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CHARLES DICKENS'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

CHAKLKS J-ICKENS\S WILL. The following appeared in the will of Charles Dickens, dated May 11th, 18G9 : ' I emphatically direct that 1 be bur led in an in expensive, unostentatious, and strictly pri vate manner, that no public announcement be made of the time or place of my burial, that at the ulmoht not more than three plain mourning coaches be cniuloycd, and that those who attend my funcial wear no scaif, elnnk. black bow. lonu1 hat band, or anv such revolting absurdity. Direct th!-', my name be inscribed in plnin English letters on -my tomb, without the addition of ' Mr.' or ' Es quirc. ' I conjure my friends on no account to make me the subject nf any monument, memorial, or testimonial whatever. 1 rest my claims to the rcmeinbiance of my coun try upon my prblishe.d works, and to tho re mombrance of my friends upon their experi ence of me; in addition thereto, I commit my soul to the mercy of . Gud, through oar Lord and Saviour' .lesus Christ, and I of hort my dear children to try...

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IN THE SILENT TOMB. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

IN THE SILENT TOMB. Mrs. Peoksniff :;',Vou wiljbo sorry for.the I way you have neglected me when I am silent I in the tomb — think of that. I Mr. Pecksniff : My dear I cannotimagioo | such a thing, liilent— eh? ? |

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IN A TRAMCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 6 January 1899

IN A TUAMOAK. She wished she Blond within his sIiocb,: Because he had ft Beat; : ': ; But since that was impossible, j , J fjlio stood upon hie feet. ? ' 1 have here a neat and pretty little letter opener,' began the agent. ' So have 1 at homo, said the business man; 'I am married.'

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