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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1899. (Before Messrs. F. Mack, W. O'Neill, and W. Kierath, J's.P.) ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

Police Court. Wednesday, Mabch 29, 1899. {Before Mosirs. F. Mack, W. O'Neill, »ad W.Kicrath.J's.l'.) ASRAUI.T AND HORDEBY. John Wilsbii, Walter Scott. John Davis nnd 'John WiJliatns vrcre cJwrged with . nsBHulting a man named James Uegarty ind robbing him of £1 Ha 8d, James UfDonald, ilejioscd : I nrn Sergeant of Police tUitioiicd «t Uulibo : ycelerdny moniingin ro»e- qtli net.- of n formation i\ Ijirii reached the jolicc sit l'ubbo, I enmo lo -'ar- rominc accoiupnir'vd by Coiieublcn UambriJge J nnd Lnmronk ; about liaU-past 8 a.m. we suw : tlic four drcueed »t tbc river in Narroinini1 ; a nmn naiocd .Innire IIcgaTly noconipaiiied tlic police; Uoj^irlywrtslookingattlieuii'iiiiiid j 1 said, ' ])o you know these men ' j be replied, ' Yes, all of them ' ; T eiiiJ, ' Have iou any thing lo any to them ' ; he s:iid, 'Incse men iinsiiulled and robbed me, and I want tou to tale them in charge ' ; the prisoner Williams said, 'Oh, let's comr on,'' and walked to ; where liisMvup was lying; the...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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DOG AND GOAT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

BOB AMD GOAT ACT, Tlio provisious of this Act apply to this district, and the police ara piviDg tiie public warning that its proviKions, which ate very stribgcut, -will be eufoKied. , . ? livery cog, registered or unregis tered, found at largo aud not tinder thelN.MEDlATt: control bt iotiiu coiiine tout jjcvEon, tijay; tlnleia it has al collar round its nock with the owner's name Slid adjregs k-gibly inscribed thereon, bo ijhriiedi.it ely dt-stroyed ty Ah4 per Sm'i, h«i1 tU« pultoa aro coniiiiaudod io (icEiroy 1 hem . Iut f re Rase of a mastiff or b'rilKIbfr, or any riiungri'l of either rf iho^e b'rordit, it niust nhso .have a. UiuSiS'.u Bi-cp'ri-^v fifed ou tliu mouth, no ks to jiferrnt it bitiujr or injuring any pnrfioii oranihial. For every u'nrcgiu terctJ dog seiz_-J, amj for ovtry dog dfebvio^t'd in itccordancs with the pro viaiftiis of Una Act, the person s. izing br dfaitj-oying- it vvhefh-.r a p'ojiceiu'aii -ir private pcrsoh shall hii eutitled to a reword of 2s 6d, the ptT....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

:«.-w GRIFFITH'S BROTHERS -^' ' 1 : ? V- ??.???? i.i.iin, in r ...?fimi.i.i. i i.iiii.n ' -. ? * UM1TEO. ( ' !'IfS. ^ ^Pei;'a' Appointment to Jf|§B||j«Rs? His Kxctlloncy tlie Covcwusr. ) J&\t Tff Rft v f Tiio best qnditics olitainibl', only mire An.f \vh-lpnw T ! \ QT ? f.' I &ff*%vJ I stocked, and eVury loaf guaraateml for Ooa'.ISy, PoriljJ ju-I VaCur, * i. ( Our imporlnU-.m rt CoBso cmiip^o (he Finest Ham -ibc Vnrlil vas vrol-vc. V ! |t /t/tfjUif y» jF\ j roa«t and supply Itfre* from our Mills rf -ily. Wltli ihe -M 'I £»-? r »' -UN flfiJ 'ore . ? If tJf. Jtf' B'i*' 3d* ?*& 1 nelsellni! »«?» prepsnus, weave enalilvl to diva 'ttt-t t*i MwAIun wliloh has gained for o» j J ^^^y» « -&^-t—l»i' \ Oiiffc« such a »We and gratifying rcputaiion. 1 '' !? a .a. ._ _. .—^ «. ^. { There are many different kinds of Cocoa. We rtanurjiclure *«? j -& ff^^i^^/^ §k £?_ J supply them alU Tlie PURE EXTRACT, the HOMCOPATHtC COCOA, KOL ^ 1 1 ^i^'t#%B^%«Jf#i%S^r™ 4 C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

JsyBEY FBIDAY JIORNING, Has a I/aikjeahd Djaw-IiiwmwiKb V ? ?? CffiCOLAtlON. — = SubaQripUcn : PER QUAETfil BOOKED, f«.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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CLARA'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

CLARA^ DIARY. She was a clt-rk ia an office ' down town.' Her name was CU» Willej, and she »as very f»ir, very plump, »nd very sweet and— whieli was a raiuor detail— engaged t* the ' uiceiti fellow on eirth.' It irss ? dull, rainy day, sod «« the cljck struck five Clara rose from the high chair, placed a brows turbau on her vellnw bair, tooh , up a morocco-covered book from her desk, and itatted far borne. _ Tke rain poured in torrents as she walked rapidly »loDg the street and signalled a passing car. Not till she w»8 seited did she miss the book she bad taki-u with ber. Hur rieiily stopping the car, she alighted, haitemng up tbe street, seeking tor tbe book she had lest, but it was not to be louud. Willie Faisons, the youag, good-looking, ouly son of Lawjer Farmns, ut in bis tastefully furnished ' den,' thiuking deeply. Ou mi open book which had apparentlr been engross* iac his attention lay m miniature photograph that showed the charming face of Clan W'illey. -' from which it wil...

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RIDGEMARK'S WARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

RIDGEMARK'S WARD. .Alt SlBHTR BRSKnVHD. . CHAPTER I. n stand? just a 1 little way to the ' a north of the busy » man ufacturiug town of Nett i Bley, a. great old ,i red-brick bouse I half buried from , sight in a wilder i new of ehrub bety, from out which in spring a perfect wealth of May blossoms perfumes the surrounding air. This quaint, many-gabled edifice is the dower house of the ancient family of Ridge mark, to which has belonged for centuries past the greater portion of the rich ntrip of pasture and woodland which lies along the course of the clear little River Nett, be fore its entrance into the polluting atmo' sphere of the borough town. Lady Ridgemark, who now occupies the dower house, came into it some three years ago on the death of her huebund.Sir Roger, und the succession of her stepson — the pre cent Sir Guy— to the title and estates. A terrible wrench it had been to her to leave the grand old Hall, with its stately cham bers and vestibules, and its princely domain of...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Large Undertakings. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

Large Undertaking*. Stuixjndous engimjerlug undertakings are marking the dOBlug years of tbe nineteenth century, fand aiuoug them must he'iiflnii-a tlie Black wall Tunnel lwnuath \\w Thames, now approaching t-omplutioii. The first Thames Tunnel, tlie work of Brunei, was almost useless until « railway company took uosses nion of it ; hut at tlie same time it wu lvgnrdiil as a wonderful triumph of the eiiginwr's art It cannot, however, he uawed in the samu hreatu wltu the new Uumi'l which Is boring Its way l)Riiciitlr the some river between Green wich and Black wall. The work has hctiu carried out on Die shield aQd/coni pri'ssod-air principle, uponii scale never Ijefore attempted^ the diameter of the tuunul being more thnn 24ft. .'Its length' is nearly a mile and a-quarter, of which about 1200ft. pass beneath the river. One unlooked-for difficulty was found in passing through n mass of flint bal last which occurred nearly iu the centre of the boring. This necessitated the TSluklug in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

OO0IJ KNOUGII TO TAKE Tut- li'.rst qaalily of luaf euf-H!1 is need i» iln1 iiuisufai' u e of Chmnhrr- j '?niu'ii Cun^li Iii-njcriy nmi ihv. lontn! ub d in iiH p«'parHti-ni piw it a flav or f« that -it ionp\? syrup, making1 it vi'i}- plfflsnut to taki-. As a mpdiciiie fur liitt uuiuof cungliH, col-is. la p'pp-*. croup and whopping cough it in nn cqaalletl by any oth«r. It always chips aud cures quickly' Fur i-ttie t .y j G. W Barlow &, Co,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

Notice. RLL ACCOUNTS owing to the ?wi undersigned must be paid to him, and his receipt alo.vs will be a sufficient discharge. R. PEARCE, Blacksmith, Ac., Narromine. V. CdHEN, WATCHMAKER 4 JEWELLER, Cpjjjl'WniS'O completion of Now s»* Premitiue, will carry on business next door to Mn. M*ckkkzib'» Sabeless Shop. Dissolution of JartoersMp. flPHIS is to notify that I hare this W day dissolved Partnership with R. Peibce. J. E.ArPS, Narrofftine. lOtb. Muroh, 1899. flue! i Sale. E Cahili & Co., I^PAVE received instructions from t@» Mr. W. Warren to sell by auction, at Xarromtue, on SATUR DAY, April 1st, Four HEAVY g DRAUGHt' HORSES and Two I SADDLE HORSES. I Sale to commenco at 2.30 p.m. | ?s Carrier*. Timber Getters, and Others. WILLIAM GALE, SAW MILLS, BOURKE, T3 « CaA Buyer of Good Sound PIXE ?*? LOGS, iu largo or small quantities, leaded on Railway Trucks at KakbomIhh, Ucvosublb. Teisqik or Nstibtim. AI-o t,- Persona .willing to contract: 4-r the Supply of 20,000 mperficiil fee...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

To the Editoe of tub Xiauomss Jikws Sir, — Day by day brings us closer to a year'a i-eign of the Kamnaiue Municipal Council. Day by day also shows to us that nothing is being done by the giants of this institution. When the inaugural movement to found fiuch a, body in our go-ahtad township first showed itself, the townsfolk accepted the idea in good faith, thinking that the local Gladetone (when ejected) would have been of equivalent bentlit tj his town as was the grand old man j to our country. Such 1 feel has not ! been the case. Instead of sensibly j facing the bneinees of comforting the j town, and at the same time adding I something adorning, which would be pleasing to the eye, to wit, the forma tion of a main street, tlie piautiiig uf '; trees, etc., he has adopted the more infallible, nonsensical and ruining policy, viz., ttoneivalling in hie paltry way iho good measlires brought for wavd by our supposed green represen tativepe which ere before each meet ing discuesed in cauc...

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Ground Rice Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

Ground Rice Pudding. Take an ounce of ground rice, make H Into a smooth paste with milk. Add more milk gradually till you have a quarter of a pint, then stir in half a pint of boiling: -water. Place all in a lined saucepan, and stir it over the fire, until it boils and thickens ; set it aside to cool. Beat the yolk of one egg with two tea spoonfuls of powdered sugar ; add them to the milk, and flavour with grated orange rind. IJne a pie-dish with short crust, pour the mixture in, and bake from twenty minutes to half an hour. Beat the white of the egg to a stiff troth, with a little sugar, ornament the top with lumps of it, and then serve.

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Assault and Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

Assault and Robbery. On Monday night after 11 o'clock, James Hegarty was wending his way home from Obus' Hotel, after having made bis congratulation to the new landlord, when he was set upon bv four or live desperadoes, who kicked and otherwise maltreated their victim, and wound up by gjing through his pockets and taking all his rash. It is also alleged ihat the samu per sons had rifled the pockets of lodgar'6 clothes in (he hotel, besides removing sundry articles of clothing. The affray caused great excitement. The night watchman coming to Hcgarty's rescue, the assailants immediately sought safety in flight, not without having to take their chance of being shot, an the nightwalchman discharged three shots h'im his rifle after them, but as he cip» lined he merely in tbe air to frighU'u them. We are pleased to be able to s^ite that the -whole ' push' was arrested rest morning, their cap iure beiajr afcewd by two of the Dutibo jwlice, ai.d we trust that JNTar rojiune ivilj part timpai...

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A New Atmospheric Member. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

A New Atmospheric member. The discovery of Argon In the'atmo sphere tas led -.tp-an. Interesting and quite unexpected ' development, an ac count of which was given at the resent anniversary meeting of the Chemical Society by ProfesBbr Ramsay. He ex plained that Tie had been' led to repeat certain experiments wJilcb iiad previous ly been made by Hlllebrand on the rare mineral called clevelte. Upon boiling with weak sulphuric add, this mineral gave off a gas hitherto supposed to be nitrogen. But he found that the gas wa» almost free from nitrogen, and showed ih hte spectroscope all the pro minent Argon lines. In addition to these he had found a bright yellow line, which had previously only been seen In the solar spectrum, and which hnQ been attributed to a hypothetical element to which the name Helium had been given. Professor Bainsay's observations were corroborated by Mr. Crookes, who pointed out that although the brilliant yellow line apparently occupied the uosl tlon of the well-k...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

i Land Sale. 0-i Tuesday, nt ilr.' Assembly Hal], Narroiainc, 40 business sites were submitted at iiuoiiou on account of Mr. W . O 'NV.U Tlw bidd ing was not so spirited us might have bi-en exprc teu, Hud the various lots eold were bought by local punple. There were 17 lots sohl as lul!i)«s: — Stction 6 — Lot 8, Mrs. llubinson ; lot 7, Mrs. Allen ; lot 6, il r». Johnson. Sroiion 4 -Lot 11, G. \V. Uell; lot 10, SI. Kifly ; i.it. fl, F. J. Graiugui ( iut 8, Rev. \V. Onrran. X!Ctioii 2 — Ltti- 11 and 12, W. Jones. The lori'going have J Iruutugi'U to Dniidnliio-btreut. Lotj.it t!iu back were parchased by Mvbsis. J. Cuxv, II, P. J. R.an. G. Evrhert, F. Mack. J. Hargravc.-:, V. J. Giaingev aiwl J. Tlmins. The fftle rciiliseJ abont £703, the highest pricw fur one lot beiog £60, and lbs lowuet £20. The auctioneers were Messrs. E. Ciihii! Rud Co., K.trroiuiue, and Mr. G. H. THylor, Dubbo.

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Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

Pith and Point. 1 One cap 1b worth 100 hoods.— Italian. ' -:. The order of St. Catharine was estab lished in 1714. . The rainfall In a year at Mew Orleans ranges from Win. to 70in. Chicago has twenty-two general and sixteen special hospitalB. There are 50,000 more women than men In the State of New York. The favour of woman makes a knight of a, cow-herd.— Gascognese. Love is 'Uncovered easier than a hole in the slocking.— Venetian. The water of. the Dead Sea yields about 21b. to the gallon of saline substances. The saline matter held In solution in sea water comprises one-thirtieth of its weight. In a cubic foot of phosphorescent sea wati'i there have been found 25,000 living creatures. A census talten In 1767 showed that there were then in New Hampshire 3£4 male and 249 female .slaves. - Knights Bachelors -s the oldest and was formerly the most distinguished order of ' knighthood. The water of. the Mediterranean con tains a greater proportion of salt than that of the ocean. The sol...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

To the Editor or the .Vakbomise 3Tcw£. Sear Sir, — Ln old adage saye, ' 'tis ?I Well to know -where your ewcet (?Btaare »ade before indulging in 0tfa,' ba* those beladled out to my. self by your anonymous corrcBpondeut ' Scrutatorj' bear the trade-mark of sincerity and integrity. Therefore; I have mentally masticated his literary ' jow-jaws,-' and given the same due time to thoroughly permeate my sys tem, and, with your permission, will now endeavour to satisfy that gentle man that my mental capacity has not degenerated to tho extent of ' slobber ing ' our aldermen. I'm the same old fault-finding Vigilant. It rather grieves me that ' S,' should require my assurance to this effect. I feel ' Hure from the tone of his Mtw 11:at , he did not doubt my nnn-'dwitit-y with the pretender of ' beslobbering' ' notority, but having arrive, at a cor j rect perception of my abilities, wishes . to draw me out from my sc'.f-impOBed obscurity find assist our worthy Ooiiu cilloru over one tiv two lit...

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A Consultation. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

A*C«Msiiliafion. Vr: Alphonbo Willmotte, who was famous for his good advice, did not greatly bejievp in giving his patients much modIcijieA His theory was that most complaints could be cured by strict attention ro what the sufferer ate and drank. - - , Mrs. Ponsonly. called him in to ask about various little ailments. 'Ah, doctor, I often have such a sink ing feeling.' ' That is purely a matter of diet. Toast and bacon for breakfast, very Ifttle tea or coffee. A chop or beefsteak, not o\wdone, for lunch, with a glass «C darot. No afternoon tea. At din ner sonia soup, a bit of fish, and a slice of plain roast beef or boiled mutton, and two, possibly three glasses of claret' ' And, doctor, I sometimes have head aches.' ' Again a question of diet.' ' While often I suffer from palpitation of the heart.' ' Apaln diet.' 'With occasional biliousness.' ' Diet.' 'And my hair Is turning gray.'

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Open Column. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

Open Column. TO THE EOTTCiV. OT THE K.U5E0MINE SETTS Sir, — Sundry rumours having been industriously circulated to the cCoct that my having parted with my chief j interest in Dandaloo street ie JikeJy t j affect my vote on certain resolutions to come before ihe Mnuieijial Council, I beg leave to give them a most em phatic contradiction. I have not altered my opinion, and 1 do not allow my private intera;tn to goveyn my public actions. .1 intend t-- set us f hava done in the past in wT.n.t I cm eelve to be the beet intercft cf fb-- Municipality, indepftident i;i finy «.-Lrr consideration. ADAM WATjKKR. Karromine, March 39, 18t'S-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

Public Notice. 12. OBUS, having transferred his interest in* tho Royal Hotel to Mr. Joiiti Hcaly, bogs to .thank his mauy friends and customers for the generous support accorded him and trusts that i be Same support will bo extended to his ?»eces6or. K. O. desires that persons having accounts against him sto render same at once. Municipal District of Narrbmine. fJ-JEJs'DERSare invited from com **» j'btent persons to m.iko the MUNICIPAL VALUATION for the TUuuicipat year It P91900. Tt-ndeis to be addressed to mo under sealed i-over endorsed, ' Tender for Aiii:iici ]ir-! valuation,' and !eft with me uot inter than noon of 14lh April next. 'J he lowest or any tender not ncces Mirilv accepted. JAMES NKLSO -', Mayor. Impounded lM'POTJXMJn at Narromine Irom FairBeld by Mr. A. Beakcs, on the 2'Jth March, 1899, BAY GKLDING, black points, pullod tail, star, collar-marled, white epot each siile of wither, white spot* on back, lite W over SC (conjoined) liearehoulder, lito XO, over like J, off ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899

AN EXACT DEFINITION OF OUH PIANOS & ORGANS EmlraccB all that is of Practical Talue, coupled with Modern Invention. THE SUMMIT OF EXCELLENCE Is attained in our tiEtrumi'jts by the colic TONE QUALITY They IWeb, AET1STC APPEABAXCE A KIP GREAT Dl-KADILIXT Our business 5b a. life's timlv, anil we arc naturollj proud of the pjsitiuu we have attained iu the music trade. 'Wi! Bi'e Ly far tin- Largest Importer iu the Siuthcrn Hi-miBpUeiv- This naturally givts lie the foil j'.ii;:g uJv^titngos : — We are cniibW (through uLic-uir lar^e order*) to hay ciicaplv, uu-.i our i-Ubtomcn benefit thereby. We deal only- with Ki-h--M« M-iiiuhcturers, possessing factorre, OK.])!uri)i|! a .ilU-d »-???' elyanics. and iipurort'ii uad up to-datu nmchincrv. Our STisiirway fi.aio3 ? . Appeal to the cuHuriti nail le.-iletic. Cur Brinsaisid Pianos (The Eminent Kngliih M-mufiKtuwe) posse-B a rich quality of tiKJt and great 1 iBting pnwiT Cu: Lipp Pivjcs Ifav* been lii-fore the Au--t ivliaii public fjr orcr...

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