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Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1899. (Before Mr. F. Mack, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

Police Court. . Mosdat, April 17, 1899. (Before Mr, F. Mack, Esq., J.P.) William Scimbbler was fined 5s or 2i houra, on a charge of drunkenness, W. Crouch and Jolin Christie, who are chai'ged with a {serious offence, ?ware^gain remanded for seven days. Wed;esdat, April 19, 1898. (Ucfove Messrfi. W. O'Neill and W. Kierath, Esqs., J'e.P.) Michael McCnnn, charged vritu assaulting one Louie Veit, was fiue.d £2 or -21 days in Dubbo Gaol ?-lc took it out. I Ji«;iuj?.ia:tli. fc.r (Invker.rpw, vas ! iiiied:5t5 or '2A hcurs. J'ix.e paid. j

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 — 21 April 1899

For Children's JHacling Cough tak Woods' Greut Peppermint Cure, le 6d and ?i

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

The Rev. George Walters, minister of tfee Australian Presbyterian Church Sydney, in delivering a lecture oa Wednesday evening at the School-hall of the Australian Presby teriau Church, Newcastle, on the subjects of ' Humbugs — Scoial, Political and Religions,' said in the course of Ms remarks: 'Friends, this is not in tended to be a political lecture, but I should like to express my opinions, to give vent to my feelings on the subjfet of Federation. Sow, candidly, hon estly, I believe that the Federation of thene Australian colonies would bo a good tuing, but I would rather wait for many years than accept the bill that has beeu drawn up by tbe so-called Federal Convention, This is a free country, and. I may be permitted to Speak tny mind. In a word, we bare been betrayed. How ? Well, first of all by the Premier, who has swallowed all his own original speeches npon this enbjtct, and who for rensons best ^ known to himself has undertaken the advocacy of that* which he formerly condemn...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

For Bronchial Coughe take Woods' Great cpucrmint Cure, 1b UU aud 2e 6d.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

Children are happy and cheerful be cause they are full of illusions, of be* lief, and of confidence. When we are told, in the Gospel of St. 'Matthew, that ' except we become as little children, we shall not enter tbe kingdom of Heaven,' I am disposed to thus interpret the verse : ' Except, we become as little children, confi dent, believing and unconscious of malice wa shall not be happy in this world.' When I read : ' Happy are the poor in spirit, because they shall enter into the kingdom of Heaven ,' I feel disposed to say : 'Happy are those who are determined not to know all the truths in life, because they shall be happy in this world.' Benau would say to you, Don't take life too seriously. When you are old you will remember life with pleasure only by the. hundreds of litttle follies you have indulged in, by the hundreds, of innocent little temptations you have succumbed to. Avoid perfect people and angels of all sorts— this side of the grave. Man will never be perfect ; love hi...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

TVci';1-' I-.- it Fejipennint Cure forCought n-i.i i-vni - vcr faile, 1b 6d and 2s Cd. I or jJ s- juintical Coughs and Colds talc Woods' (jh-eat Peppermint Curc,li and Cd. 26 Gel.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Dirvorce Case. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

Dirvorce Case. AttheDubb- C cuit Court on Tues day, Rose Agues ii. Back petitioned for a divurce from her husbaud, H. S. Back, of Warren, on the grounds of respondent's habitual drnukenutss and cruelty during the term of three years. Mr. Rohn, instructed by Mr. Jmz Gerald, appeared for petitioner, Mr. Montague for respondent. Petitioner deposed that she was married to respondent iu August 1887 at Warreu according to the rites of the Church of England ; four children were the issue of said marriage; when she married respondent he was a grazier, and had just sold, his selection previous to their marriage ; the date of nual ?.[?-.- it. o.' ?? \s the end of 1888; they H-^u p: :viK»ly in Warren rfor the first. :v. .ive ;ji.iuth6. then they moved to *?'?!' ?;.'- Harris, where ihey kep' ?:. ;? ! ti.1 ; J\.'-e then, with the exception of a thnr. interval, respondent had L*i/u ?' licensed victualler; when they were iirso mar ried he was good to petitioner but got drunk occasionally ; afterwa...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Grand Novelty Coy. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

Grand Novelty Coy. The above Company, consisting mostly of Dubbo amateurs, held an entertainment in the Assembly Hall, Narromiue, on Wednesday evening last. The attendance was not such as to give encouragement to the perform ers, some 70 people only being present. The Narromine Brass Band, which is only in its infancy, pmyeo. 6«;«» selections in front of the hall prior to the commencement, in a first-class manner. The first part of the pro gramme was in the form of a nigger concert Messrs. T. Lyon, Bones, Cr. Taylor, Tanibo, and C. Frawley,1 Inter locutor, and as is generally the cpbb there were plenty ef ' gags which amused the juvenile portion of the audience. 'When Other Lips, by Mr. M. Cronin, was very good, aud he received well-merited applause. The next item was Professor AN ilsnn ( in the ' Highland ' Fling,' which was done to perfection. An encore was demanded and responded to by the j Professor. ' Mary's Mistake, by Little Arthur, who was dressed up as a girl, was received ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Religious Services. SUNDAY, APRIL 23. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

Relierious Services. SUNDAY, APRIL 23. WESLKYAN. Trnngie, 11 a.m. Karromine, 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. Lund.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 21 April 1899

%at£st Jntettigenee - — ♦ — ? -BY WIRE.) SYDNEY, .Thursday. The second reading of the Federal Enabling Bill -was carried on the voices. In Committee Mr. Pitcher moved an amendment to the effect that- the Commonwealth Bill should be rejected unless one-fourth of the electors on the roll voted for it at the Referendum, but the proposal was defeated bythirty votes to twenty-three. Dr. McLaurin moved that the Ref erendum be not taken for eight weeks. The Government accepted the amendment in order to shew that they were not opposed to any reasonable compromise. The Premier stated that the result was just as he anticipated. He was certain that the appeal to the electors would result in the Bill being carried. Mr. Barton is jubilant, and says that an active campaign will be instituted immediately- . Federalists need have no misgivings as'to the fervour arid pevseveiance of their champions. H.O' ag ees with the Premier that the Fed eialists can give ihe Anti-Biilitcs a_ very good start and ...

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Here and There Sweaters, 2s 11d at L. Nosonovsky's [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

[?] B^WSffi ^pwoaSerf,2e jid tt ii. Kosonbwhy'«. .-?' -' l'orty-l«o democratic Mleinbers of Parlin U3lui. in-, imjioa suya, ?niil iUimp tbo t'uuiitrj, tuiil Jiglit ihc bill to Hit; dc«tli. . 'J iic ftj-uur^ lurrikiiiB bit, brarr cnougti if you put uii'iu on their nictal— blue n-.elal. Woods1 Oneat IVpiwruiint Cure for Coughs aim i olus iiiiwr iuiit, Is 6d and 2t Od. ?'- Duuupurecii urn* strongly condcmnctl the railiing utrr.cd ou at the iwent Angiitnu tmz&ur tt Aruiidalc, ajid hae rrqucttcn Amliueatuu Hots to ael- the prqniolore of the bii«nnr lo deduct the prooeeda obtained by . luudiuui ot the rdllliiig, 'J he iliehopalao tx lirtetoa lilt gmUu'cutiOD at Jcarning thut -.ircli^acou bow aid . ottmiction theprowert ?ngo. \W-lluono, iiiihup Gmn, Gt-d ply 1... -:)iun:ii Dluinti;ii!C(I hy i-M Jig and im.ilar Ucvicit . ihe 'iiincB11 obiiiinrv {or «ho par-t jrr.r 'tccoolDd Ibc ueiit|iS vt iu-1- liOnugviiRrinus, e^a.UBi i7o in Uiu pnuoua jitr. Thr Jim -^mi-Uou ot men uiia M-oaioii h...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

—OF THE - JJ^w- Seasons Goods The Original Pioneer Storekeepers, tStfAEK t.Vm Opportunity of informing the Ri-Bidenin of Narromino ar,i m Oisuu;r., i hat tln-y hiivo. Just Ope.nt-d Ex. GUM? OF SIAM, Hum- iii-nt. Shipmi'ut of \V1.vr5 Goods for the Coniiug Sjssuu, conipriaiug — Import? -§.rect From London, consisting of all Hie N-.*wpsI Winter MaterinjV — FIjANNSLHI'.1!^, MA.NTM33 and NOViSLTlES in Wool Goods. \ Ever;1 Una New, Fresh & Up-to-date. Patterns, ^atnplxs and Prices Posted by Return oa Application JOBT OPENiil) Fancy Flannelettes Fancy iJniibineretteg Twill* FlaiiuiilittcB Prench BeigeB tfmmy Sorges New jCualinien's '.will 1 Inniiolw ? Latest Novelties IK - Buttons & Lucca Gimps & TimtuiugB Plushes &? Velvets' Ail to Match the New MBteiiats Opened. Bedrock Prices FOE Travelling Rnpo Clondfl & Shawls Plush Table Covers Ladies' French Cloaks Ladies' Blouse Skirts Girls' Pint) BonttPta Blankets, Bugs, {Jai'digan Jackets, Sweaters, Etc., ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. E. CAHILL V. A. WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

SMALL DEBTS COURT. E. CAHrO. V. A, WALKER. Claim £22 10s for commission. After a good deal of argument a ver dict was given for the plaintiff for the amount claimed with 4s costs. Mr. Bamber appeared for. the plaintiff. K. WALLACE V. K. l'KAECB, Claim £1 Is Id. Defendant paid 7s into Court, aud a verdict was given for plaintiff sor that amount with 4s. costs

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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RING V. ALDOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

? . BINC! T. ALDOUS. William AldouB was chaige(J with haviug UBed insulting laiigungo to Samuel Ring in a public pUci-^w here by a broach of the peace might have been occasioned. Samuel Ring : I am a kbourur and reside at Narrornine; I have lizard' my information rwid ; it is true ; de t'endiint is tho person compliiiumiol ; on 30th Muruh lasll was t*tH-id;ug in rny own building .in D^iditUm-st. ; Uefuiu dant was staudmjj in tho, street j he said to tna, ** go oiit of this y»u Chiu.'se b — — w^al1 Jon w»«t huie' j I said. 'I'll give you in charge'; ho replied, 'go and ? ? ''; I gave defendant no cause to insult me ; ho »as in the pnblic street; he did uot speak very loud ; the language was calculated to provoke a breach of the peace. By defendant : You started ; I did did uot call you a b ? loafer. Thomas Swan depoised^ I am a carpenter and reside at Narromine; I~ku6w complainant and defeudent; I remember 30ih March last; defen doidautauti complaiuaut we-e stand ing in the street ; ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. Elector's Rights [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

Local ^nd General. ♦ ? Elector's Eights Under the Enabling Bill the vot ing at the Referedum will be general ta — that is to say. regardless of sectoral boundaries. An elector may rote at aDy ope booth iu tbe colony, but '~' his right will, of course, only be issued to him as for the electorate for which '* ha *^f ordinarily qualified to vote. Qualified adults Dot hitherto eufiau cfaised may obtain elector'^ rights iu tbe ordinary way.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

. ABSiULT.' ] ? Martin Linnane was charged with * assaulting Richard Wallace, hailiff. Constable Stewart, sworn, stated: On Wednesday, 26tU instant. I went I to accused's place at Wendale about ten miles from Narromine j I there saw the accused lying on his bed.; I spoke to him ; I said, '' I've a summons for you,' which I served on him'; I then pr0uUv3Q a* Ytaxl&iyv ouuivou ib vu null accused is charged iu the warrant for that on the 18th April, 1899, i.t or near Narromine he did unlawfully assault Richard Wallace by presenting at him a loaded rifle, with the threat, 'I give you ton minutes to clear ofi my property ;' I cautioned the accused ; I said, 'Martin, I don't wish you to make a statement as it .will be taken down and given in evidence for or against you ' ; he laughed and replied, ' It's a good job the old b ? did travel ,~or he'd got something ' I ar rested him and brought him to Narro mine ; the warrant is under the hand and seal of a magistrate of the colony ; I...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

A Kuisacce Sometime ago, *e draw attention to the annoyance to residents by stock roaming about the tun n at night with belle attacked to them. Our rerunrks weiit unheeded, aud tbe auisai.cu still — prevails. Those who have been pub ; jeoted to the nuisauce, will be glad u- karn that we have now « real live Iu epector ef Nuisances, « hose doty it will bo to deal with this and all other offences which are a source of annoyance to the townspeople We b*Tc beard .Feieml coinphnieute re *lock, »iih belli. Jondly clanging. Straying about tie town at tiig'Jt, and ?yronld reiniud owni-rs of fauuie that the offence is punishable by fine. Hence, the ntsftt course fur them to pnt'tne is to suppros the 'lruitauce ere the Inspector ot A uimuie gei6 on their track, and tfau6a\oid thecuiibfquuncib , ' o! belt,g pulled up to couit.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Police Court. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1899. (Before T. McKell, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

Police Court. Fmdat, Aprii 28, 1899. (Before T.McKell, Esq., P.M.) William Cronch and John Christie, on lemaud, were charged with assault with inteut to cotoiiiit an unnatural offence on Cliarles Campbei). Wv. Kearhey._flppeare4' , for the defence. ? Constables Stewart and McKinley gave evidence similar to that given by them when the accused were first fcrouglit.before the Court, and which _, ? ___l-^vJ ??? tli Id t\n nur nf f.lia fttnO ' Ghavles Oampbdll, the prosecutor, on oath, gave evidencs us to the offence cofeplaiocd.of. Ho was ciws examiDcd at t some length by Mr. Kearney, and admitted that he re garded the affair as ' a lark.' Jane Glashou, cook at Collyburl, to -wlioia the'toy Campbell first com plained, deposed that Campbell toJd her what had occurred, and she in formed Mr. Burus. Most of the evidence is mint ior publication. The case was dismissed.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Railway Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

-' Railway Meeting. A meeting of the members of tbe Narromine Railway League has been conveued for Monday evening next at the Council Chambers, The busi ness to be transacted is of a very im portant character and a full attendance is earnestly requested. .

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 5 May 1899

The Testimony cv fe. MARGARET K*W»ii:; ftccouchenr.c, ' Guiidford, near Svtiney, (GIVEN TO (U'R 11I.PU..TF.R.1 Cur reporter lvuivii !y '»? t ? r .'?':-: Margin et llairlcw, n.cii'htiH'- i.ii i'v ucir Ou-li-lf.ir.ISIi.twi -X-.W ), ? niiiii»».«ra tothe »''.n:s of ill- Ji'lrit; Hiuk.a i, w.:l! ki.cwn air' jji-Killy lit.' Die whole wui-tiv r..un.-J. Sir iw.iM -J ?'- ' reporter tnosi -i(i*bly rihI saiil, ' J have Repeatedly rccvmntiiRucd and pi-esribeil Utnnt-n's Ton!.: or ::??. *pvii:nrs, oiidit-ceitninU' wur-n' giuiit h-m-!. iu overy case » htii « 1 nri-.-i.i-u n^ um\ : have iiivurKbly f-*i:n-i,' s.'ic cr.ulii) .-.-.. 'Clements Toni ? to be A RoliftkJa Remedy, and particularly useful in i«tnHiig i* itrength of lu-ifis after ihusr uiiiifiiii-incuii The »iy«tem then i« ' nuicli wrakencil. ??n-i - neg'eut to give a |-o-vt--iuiii-*! is ft awi mistake, lirfure I l.o*;*iiic acqiiaiiiteii -*????* ? the beuefiu to lie dur.ve.l fr. m l-lic usi- ? ? Clements Tonu* 1 liicd ai»iiy -i tWc «? called...

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