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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
x NOTICE. The. Australian Joint Jgf©« \ giuik, Limited/ rpBB Directors hare duflfed to prep X one-hatkof the atnoYnt of tbe Fix Deposits of OM. BonkSfte in June, 181 provided the otheVJnB Is postponed un 1902. ?? The eztrattS «aiount to bear t ?ana rat* of intrtft M at present. ApplleationC«ittst Dt made during t current Halfilfear endinfWth June, 1896. By ordjDWf the Board, X jy FRANCIS iSAMS, ? _JX GenerVManagt TjiifAnBlrttlian Joint Stock Bank)tiinito J-S ' Head Office, Sydney, X. I f 18tb .January, 1896. X GRA.TEITO L— COMFORTING EPPS'S~COCO/ ? . ? 0» - -f. .Parti Hi ft fS P r\ wiJ ' By a thorough knowledge of the natur laws which govern tbe operations of digt tion.and rutrition, and by s careful mppli ation ef the fine properties of well eelecte ocoa, Mr. Epps has provided onr breakfat tables with a delicately-flavoured beverae which may savans many dsotors' bills. I ia by tbe judicious use of such articles o diet that a constitution may be graduaM; built np until strong enough...
PRESRY [?] CHURCH WESLEYAN CHURCH Sunday, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
ppir.iiBV'rw&iavnHTTDoir ?^£»*--^J»'J. ? T^ ? n IT VUU'UVQlr ~ ' ' 'Bmiday; July Z. Cowabee, 11 Bjn GrongGrt-iiffT3 3»p«». . Suiaudetu,. 1.30 p.m. .. , . , REV. M'KAT BAttSET. . ^?'SnsmjSgg.&s church . Oo Sunday,. J*ly JV' USrin* Sorvioe Trill be held f».v.) as follows :--' Nuraorfisra, Fla.mi, Mr Hod ev Coliuroobie, 11a.m., Eev. H. & Andrews. Roach's. Mill, 2. 30 p.m., B&v, H, E. ?Xudrews. JAuMwdera,, 11 30 a.m-.,.Rer. H. Andrews. BE-V. H. K ANDREWS
THE CHURCHES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
| THE CMUKCHES. I CHKKCiiiF'ENGLANTX. i tf vices wil) be field aVfbllosn:— : Matins, Ijt-my and Sermon, 11 a,m. ; ^vcusoiie ami Sewnac, 7.S0 V tm ?* TbeBemn l-e.» tilebratioh of the Holy Communion on the first Sunday iu the mon tb irt i ooiyajj* in tire third Bnnclaynt 8' ejb, ?u festival, and Hsly days at Sand 11 ajn. CoirsTET SIee-tices. — 1st Sunday in- the miKitUut tbc haUrSandy Creek, At 3 p.m. . 8o-t Sunday,. ColinrooGie-, II a.m. ; 3rd B:ind»y, Orong Gfrong-, 3 p.m.. .Services will be held at statlourr according to notice,. .; , -t Charus EtDjna-i IncunnbeoW ?
THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
THE MAILS . Following are t\e tlmesot the arrivals an departure of mails at and from the leca post office. To the times of arrivals has to le added the time taken in sorting :— MAILS iBEIVJC. From Sydney. Melbourne, Jpnee, Wngga Wagga, Caolamon, Grong Qrong, Devbn'a 6idirig, Albury, Boggy UreeK, and i.r.y, No. Sat 11.45 a.m. daily (Sundays exoepted), From Hay, Bringaeee, CarrathoM, Darlington, Yanco, and Whitton, at 3.10 p.m. daily (Sundays exoepted). From Jerilderie, TJrana, Mornndah, 4o. on Tuesdays, Thuradaya, and Saturdays, at 11.45 a.m. FromDarlington Point, Tubbo, Gillenbah, 4c. on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays * From Bock, Jackson's Waterholes, Bui enbong, Bu-rego', tea. on Tueadays and Saturdays at 0.30 p.m. From Morundah, Yarrabee, Cuddell, Jco Mondays and TharsdayB at 2p.m. From Mount Crystal and Fyfe'a Mill on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10 a.m. From Barellan, Bolero, Bynya,Colinroobie ICumbledool, Seoth Yalgogriu on Monday and Thursdays at8 p.ni MAILS DEPART. For Bydn...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
SPORTING. BV. ' AtJOUB'S GHOST' A meetinr of the Mechanics and Union* Football Clubs will be held at the Royal Mail Hotel, this evening, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of owning arrangement* for inviting tbe Hay footballers to Naran lera. The Union team of . footballers are an xious to have another try to lower the oolors of the, Mechanics. Is there an enthusiast Who is willing to give a trophy for' another 'contest between. tne tiro teams. ? A loetuau match will be played in the Park next Saturday, between a' team Cot -UyeiaffQmOoauvmnn.and the Narandera Meohanios, play to start at -2o'olouk sharp. For the Grand Kational Hurdle Rue, I avorthe «ha.uoet'ufNeli, Rcmeatem,Duu(iee, Bill, and Blsohoff, «nd I : would. - place' them thus — ????'?. Rosestem or BUehoff; With. Dundee nertVbest.. The football nuk^b$etween the Weohanips ana the^Dnlon, pHy«d in the Park on Satur day, rosuUed in si. vioj^ry for- the foririer by ' 4 coals to t ' During thM; first half the Meehanioi played best, kickin...
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
LATEST CABLEaR&MS. London, Sund&Y. A piewst addressed to the Chief of Police was received at Berlin tn»t contained an infernal machine. .. It is rumoured that Marquis of Lansdowne intends to nominate General Lord Roberts as Cnmman ;er in Chief to the British army, in succession to the Duke of Cambridge, TJiereveoue of the United Kingdom for the pust quarter amounted to twenty three .millions five hundred and twentv six thousond pounds. The foundation stone of the Roman Catholic Catbe Ira!, to cast one hundred and fifty thousand pounds, was laid at West minister hy Cardinal Archbishop Vaughan. .Archbishop Logue predicts a day was not fxr distant when England would render fidelity to the Pope. The House of Lords passed a bill permitt ing Colonial judges to sit on Judioal Commit tee of Privy Council. Professor Huxley is deal, aged seventy. A number of liboral peers were1 created in Hungary in order to secure a majority, in tbe Legislative Cor/nail, for the pissing the r...
V.R.C. Weights. GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
' F.B.ft Weights. . &BMTO k*M0N4L!H-IW)LB BAOE. A nancucap orjmspn: esftona, 76 son; tblra, .«»»»»,, AhontSjoUeB,; ... BlgeW ,,. m.t Woonoke,; ,.,..- MB; Wslej:^.. .;. ij.fBj itawtton. ... jfl 0 ' Eivor -. '.*.-w'v9nsbattl- 'L if 18 ?Ooaamto. ... Ji, 0: fcuaii '?? ,,, SIB, Ijwi^ ??? ilia, Otrsmiui „. sia BoBe^tem.' .. inS KeWSeac. /..?? 913. tWja. -.. u tt -i jSraJeT. y ,.:,k »?- Poronlua; ? 11 A OtVUmio, v., * Xft Btngara. r. »-41, S, J3aifaBor .. * 10 Musoortte ... 11 a ThtHero ., 9 10. .Bill .. 10 13 Kapo .. BIO Dart,-' ... |D ffi. BfryT ' ,. $ t k Tto Stove* «.^R;j.'f*r3Jfc:^» -fc ».'i»i ?*A».fe-1' '
THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
the: general election. All parties, are now making active pre paration' for the.. coming political eonmot. There- seems to be a danger all over the colony of the freetrade cause Buffering owing to the -rash of freetrade candidates for each, seat, thiwgiving an opportunity, to proteo tionista 'snealung' in. For the Murrum bidgee; two oandwates have definitely an nounced- their iateuUoa of contesting the electorate, viz; Mr FitepAtriok, M.P., and Mr H. Manning. The Uat-named gentleman wuneoi us yesterday irom. Sydney, stating that he hadtdbfinitely decided, tocontest the electorate 'in- the interest of the colony's producers and future general prosperity.' He is in favor of reforming the Upper Souse, the retention of the wheat duties, untiLthe colony export. He is also in favor of free railway carriage on agricultural and pastoral produce, and the raising of revenue by an annual royalty npon unsold increment in land, with exemptions over improvements, only. Mr Manning does not say wha...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
MIHIKG MOTES, ffd ward M*Mab«o writes ooderdate .Tune S2ad from CowabDM : lead my nmtesre repnesunting »' Manndera svndlosite. We ?re- working about 300 yards South of iftmn Clark's house. We have now several shafts downy, the deepest not more th*n_thiry fe*t: Al«o*bout 30 feet of driving. The formation hdibritebetwwQtwoslW* walls about half a oh'ain wiJe, ftndis whrt they term a diks£ E h one-mass of leaders and quartz rubble, and. ?ooordiog -to- the- prospects this body of stuff will go^from 8dwts to half sm ounce to the tont We are quite satisfied that we win get no net till we get down a, depth from. . the blow, although we get blocks of utono running, through/ the- diorite- from- slate to slate. These blocks of Btone, when, they ?set the slate, block dean oft. We are now raising h trial . oruihibg .of, «tt tons, which we are taking .from, .three, or four different places.. There are now about 60: men-on the fields and- there are: four claims On gpldV There is plenty of water ao...
LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
LAND BOARD. ? — The Lend Board coniistinjj of Messrs F. W. Watt, chairman, J. J. B'aylis, and L. S. Donaldson, m»mben, commenced its sitting at the Narandera Court House on Thursday. BABBIT PIIOOF FENCING. untiBU ana Australian nasu, auu uubu Company Ltd. v, Ojinmercial Banking Company of Sydney; In this case the BrilUli Trust Co., claimed from the Bank the sum of £85 9s at contributory towards rabbit proof fencing on the common boundary of their lands on portions 22, 23, 32, 33 -od 24 in tbe Bnckipgbong Estate. The Trust and Loan Co. asked tbe Board to assess and make an order for payment of a contribution towards erecting the fence. Mr Lilians frr the British Loan Co., end Mr Foebery Ior tt« commercial uanic. John Z. Huie. manager of the Backing bong pastoral holding, the. freehold lands of whiih are under mortgage to the British Trust and Loan Co., gave evidence as to the cost of fencing and wire netting. There were 243 chains and 32 links of wire netting. Tbe defendant's contrib...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
ULTJS8I IELE3RAMJS. w ? BT : TMR1: XKOlf . Or/S OWJI OOKEBSPONDIMT. . . , . Sydney. uae .general opinion la that the Uouucil will reject the Loau Bill.. The Government,, therefore, will have to wait till, next session to secure authority to raise « loan. 1 Already there has been a phenomenal rush of candidates. for the generafeleotionn, which, practically will be in.full swing from to-day. : The Government have determined upon a. vigorous public works policy; the old sys tem of relief-works being discarded for legiti mate- undertakings: which, will absorb all available-labor; A Domain preacher yesterday spoke against the_ recent utterances of Roman Catholio; divines, aud made some uncompli mentary remarks concerning the Pope. The crowd knocked him off the pedeBt.il and severely hustled him. The police prevented further, disturbance; There is a rush at the Chief Electoral office for Electors' Rights,- by those- who became qualified doring/the last six-months for sub stituted rights i...
THE POULTRY AND BEE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
THE PODLTBf 4HD BEE 1KO0STST. (Bt ODB 8PC0IAI. EEPOBTf*.) .Mr E. K. Laver, of this tovrp, is golngta for the poultry sad bee. business. H* poultry yard U well worthy -of a visit 3-y anyone who not only admires fine atoek, but sees how poultry may be kept in comfort and health. The grounds are eircumscribed, and there is not a largo quantity of atoek, but (he yard i« well laid OJt, ana tbe poultry bouse ia.oomfortable, airy aud. clean, .fie has confined his attention solely to Minoroas, and, though few in number, tbty Are very superior in quality. These Mfnoroaa have, mints of resemblance to' the Spanish, and Leghorn fowls, but are larger than either. They are fine ntotely fowls, with Urge tingle combs and long wattles. The face is . Ted, tbe plumage & glossy black, with metallic green reflections, the lags clean of feather* and «f bluish willow color. The cookrels weigh about (fibs and the pullets from 6 to Bibs, The bens are very prollSo layers, produoing 200 large white eg...
LAND BOARD. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
LAUD BOARD, Fbidat. tue ooara oonusuug ot Air Watt, (chair man), J. J. Baylis, and h. S. Donaldson, jat at tho Court House on Friday «nd dealt with the following cases. kabbh raoov rescnto. Franou Jenkins t. Bank of New South Vales, data Jor rabbit proof fencing. The Board Assessed aud determined the' amount pyrable by the Bank at «-IO4, 17s. Mr Willans for the plaintin^ Mr'Fosb«ry for the Bank. l . * In the oaea of the Bank of New Sonth Wales v. Trustees^ of the late Hon. £. Flood, the claim was settled out of court. Trustees of the late Hon £. Flood r. R. H. Ferritr. The Board assessed the amount to be paid liy Mr Ferrier at £122 17s, half cost of making rabbit-proof fence, Mr Willans for Mr Ferrier, Mr Fosbery tor pUuntirt ? ' Trustees late Hon. E.. Flood v. George Beeby. Mr Fosbery for plaintiff Mr Willins for def endaut. The Board after hearing the evidenoi of Messrs tfuie. J. W, Le28, found that claimants had made good their craitti, and assesiud the amiuut payable by de f«nia...
DISTRICT NEWS. Carrathool. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
DISTRICT HEWB. (fbom odk own oovtssroroima.) Carratnool. In a place like Csrratbool where excite ment and amusement of any kind comes very rarely, tlie proceedings at- the police and Small Debts Court always treats great interest and -at times no small nmusement. This was very muoh the «aB« reoently when, Mr Salamon bad a Dumber of Sms!l Debts cases, and his «n«nnt.i- mnA uriitir rftmiirkii canami preat laughter. Members of tbe legal profession would have us think that a man who acts as his own lawyer bos a fool for his client, %ut this certainly does not hold good in r Salamon's case. He gat a verdict in each osss. In the course of bis remarks to tbe PM. he said, speaking of the class of customers whom be was compelled to summon : *- When tbey come for the gooila they have plenty of land, plenty of ?heep, plenty of wool, plenty of wheat, plenty-of everything, but when it comes to a question of faying for the goods, then they have plenty of children to keep, plenty W other debts, pl...
VARIOUS CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 July 1895
yARIOUS CHARGES. : ; At tbe Police .Cp.nrJ; jm Wedotsdhy, Ellen 'Salmond pleaded guilty to making jnse of olneene language, «Tao to being drun Sand disorderly. She was also charged with juautfiftuffiifc language id -AHhnr?8t«art. S'rotn'fob mfonde of the Utter, Vit, appeort.. tSelprevioWeTttilng-hj-wift nkvlh'g Ifa'at iU ra Chapman's. Aocusea came ontaide, and But here, ril do forhfm.' «he said ' You balled me aw — , an&aald I did three months ' ia P«rrke«flaol,' ;|Jhe Md 'i3omo-pttt he*e, later on she was fighting with another woman named Gibson. She came up to' where witness was, and placing ter fist to his nose 'said 'If I were a man I would punish you.' He. gave the woman fa charge. ;He never spoke to her in his lite. ' : Aocnseil': Did'not yon make a statement to, Sid Pau.1 that I did three months in gaol, that I was. no gopd, and, th^ yoi^ opul^ give iny cfcanorerf. ? ' ?Wimessi Ko. .. Ac W»d : That i» what I weftt u» to ask. yo,u about, : ; Witnet* t Tfoij diij np^ co...