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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

Men's thick Lainb'fi Wool Soclte at 9J jpo' pair ut L. NoBonovBl;y'B.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

t&atzst jntelligenee - (BY, Wip)- . . SYDNEY; Thursday. MeBsrs. Edmund 'Barton and Alfred -Deakin passed through Newcastle yesternijgut. en route- , to Brisbane. They delivered brief addresses from the balcony of an hotel, their remarks being pnnctukted with intense enthusiasm.'^ : A large number -of successful Auti Biil meetings .were held yesternight in the suburbs. ' ' ?? -,; . Bill-ites also addressed- a number of meetings. Mr. Chanter, M.L.A., who has just retnrned froni the Riverina district, declares that the people there will voteBolidly for the Bill. Mr. Reid left Albany yesterday to come overland from Adelaide, as he intends to deliver addresses at Gundagai, Adelong, and Tumut. He will arrive in Sydney next Thursday, in order to take part in the official welcome to the Governor. Local wool sales yesterday were equally strong. Values are now ou a par with those ruling in London, la lOd was paid for one lot scoured, being a record for this class of wool auction. The ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Timbriebongie. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

Timbriebongie. A team of cricketers from onr local dab, journeyed to Trangie on Satur day last, and there met a team com posed of Half Way C.C. and Trangie players, and won easily on the first . innings. The Tirnbriebongie skipper ?winning the tos-s, Bent the opposing team to tho wickets where they were qaickly disposed of for 25. After dinner, the local men went in and sucoeeded in scoring 78 before the last man was gat rid~of . The wicket was a frightfully bad one, most of the balls going as. high as the batman's head and not a lew over the wtcketkeeper'a liped. A. Holland bowled very i ff cii wly f'r Timbriebnngie, taking 6 wickets for 12 ruus. f'otloiviug are the scores :— Tbanq.e and Haifwat. '... A. Forrest, c. F. Bullock ... ... 3 J. Phillips, b Holland ? 0 J. McI/BDnon, ran oat ... ... 7 J. Forbes, c H Bullock ... ... 3 F. Samuels b S.Cameron ? 0 J. Hope, b Holland ? 5 'V. Forrest, no ont ? - ... ... 1 C. Forrest, b Holland ? 1 H. Samnels, b Holland ? 0 A. Perritot; b Hollao...

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 — 12 May 1899

a Remarkable Cure. Many Doctors Fail; Anaemia 22 General Debility A RADICAL CURE EFFECTED. (5« Sj/iney 'Etennj Ketct,' M/5/9&) {nr ovk sncciAt. RgroBTKR.) Mr« ltashhy, of 61) Crown-rtreet, Sydney, h^viu^ been cni-eJ of A Dangerous Complication --f ailment) by ClctneoU Tonic, and lliii iiavinv cume tu our e»ra, oar reporter wm upouiatly ommiisioneil to wait on that Ufly aud ubuiu from liar own lip* a datoiled account of her cast. Mra. Uiishb; received the newsjiapar m»D moat kimlW. ' I »UmiU in-lec-4 bcongmta ful,' «h« (Mtud, 'if 1 withheld from lh« noiM tho wirola bisuirj «if my illuea* mu| hew I Was Entirety Cured hy CUinenta Tonic, after trying in V»fn many rem-xli-* and many douton, who g-yvc me np a. iiiuuiublo ; in fact, I have often thought of writing to Oie pipsn myaelf about it, with the hop* that other women, who »rii. lufferiog aa 1 did far yean, night Uaow how Oloments Tonio Mtw*d ma* »ml wnuH aaxt them.' ' Wiil you kiniily inform m« how tad la thfct way you firnt...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

The Railway League meeting on Monday can hardly be classed amougst the genuine successes of the season. It -was sparsely attended, ite dclibera ? -.' tions were not conducted with any particular eclat, and in short uo one ? -»nose to the occasion. The fact tlia^ the ? President went to Dubbo, notcanng to ?disappoint his better half, and that tbe Vice-President intimated tlmt owing to the counter attractions of two or three other meetings he was of opinion there wou'd be no meeting, and there fore he would not attend, seemed to throw a damper over the few who did attend, and In eouse qienco, boyond aiui-inlng that the meeting favoured a trial survey of the route, Tomingley to Narroinine in con tinuation of that from Parkes to Tomingley nothing was done. And ifi J this the sum total of the League's'; work after an existence of two or three ^ years? Ifsowemay well remark it j is a disappointing issue for so inuch ; labour. Without wishing to be con sidered as indulging too much in a pe...

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 — 12 May 1899

Huge, 2b lid «t I-. Nosonbvsby'B. Cardigan Junkets, 2s lid, at I/. Nosonoreky Flannels, special value, for 2s at h NoBonoveky'8. The Reliable Family Ecmodf, Woody Groat Peppermint Cure lor CougliB and Colde 6d aud 2b 6d.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

Railway League. Pursuant to notice, a meeting of the Narromine Railway League was hold inthe Council Chambers on Mon day evening to consider the proposed Parkes to Peak Hill ? railway and ex tension to the Great Western, Line. On the motion of Mr. Cohen, sec onded by Mr. Bamber, Alderman Gun ning was voted to tbe chair. The chairman said he regretted tho absence of the President, Mr. W. O'Neill,- who, ? through some unac countable cause, was absent. As far as he (the chairman) understood, the meeting was called to consider the pro posed Parkes and Peak. Hiil line and its extension to the Great Western Railway. He believed they were justified in . supporting the line as a national one, connecting the north with the.sputb. He did not believe there was any chance of the line being taken to Dubbo .through barren coun try in. preference to, the Narromine Jure, which vras shorter and the country infinitely superior, and maintained that Narromine \V.fe the proper place for the- connection....

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. SOUTH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

Cricket. AUSTRALIA v. SOUTH 01? ENG LAND. London, Tuesday.— During the ?Englishmen's innings yesterday, no exception was taken by the umpires to the manner in which Jones bowled ; his deliveries bumped dangerously. A conspicuous feature of the play wliilH tbe South of Englaud Eleven occupied the creases was the magni ficent fielding of Laver at point. Lockwood compiled his 41 runs in 40min. LoDdoD, Tuesday Afternoon.— Be- fore play was resumed this morniug the wcalher was loivei-incr, and th°rs was, too, a little rain. The light was, however good. The attendance was moderate. Overnight the Englishmen had been disposed of for a total of 246, and the Australians had lost two wickets for 35 runs, ?jOn continuing, Hill, who was not out with 7 te his credit, was accompanied to the wicket by Gregory. The bowlers were Jessop aud Lockwood, rateof scoring was now slower, only 60 and the run-getting proceeded rapidly. Gregory, in particular, was busy, and in one over he scored 11. At 67 Grace...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

V ' ' ' ; , Here and There ? ♦ ? The ri h mnn wj(3i the, doctor's dill, ?Could not slinie off a racking cougl, Ho gave up hope and wuide his will, Die heirs digest a silent luugb , Dili; soon their joy is turned to grinf, ?1-iic old man's lieuilli onco more secure, Tie tli'tig Dint RHTo him bu'Ii rvli- t, \Y«e W E. Woods' Gre-il Pi-jiiii-i mint Cure White BlimkotS, nil wool, size 12J, ISjb 6d *t Jj. KoBOiiOveky'g Rule to Cud 1ta tn-'glit ot ITny — Multiply t'n 1- iii^-Si liv tin- IiipiiIIIi of the s'-iel 111 fci*. t icii tnfciJiie ].i f, I lol'u- ori' ml iH-i lo it half the height from this onvt's lo Uio lop of l.iir taper. Multiply tlie other proJiifl by tlii-, uud divide by 27. tlio number of cub r li'i'l inaymvl. 'I'lie lumber of slonca sup ]K-8cd to be in cvcr,v cubic yard *f i.eir lvty- is sis stones of 22!l- jKtoirdupoie each ; if till' l)uy has stood f auiv time eight. 6to:;0S, and it old hay uiuc stones ' to ihe cubic jurd. .Wood*! Great Peppermint Curp for Coughs and Colds ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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District News & Notes [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

District News & Notes (Br Ode Ganalgang Correspondent The recsnt divorce^ suit, Back v. Back, has naturally provoked a deal of discussion as to tbe moral validity of severing the marriage, .tie except in a proved case of breaking the seventh commandment. Holy Writ, as we know, nullities marriage solely on this ground, and Holy Writ is right. The general character of husband and wife is not a post-nuptial revelation. Character may be greatly modified, it is true, 'for better for worse,' by its new conditions and relations, but iu substance and spirit it is the same, ai^d therefore, in its main aspects, as open to the seeing eye iu the single as in the married state. All marriage is, uo doubt, to some extent, a ' lottery,' but it is a lottery because some ' con tracting parties '? choose to make it so ; because the glamour of the pas sions obscures reason in the courting stage ; because Mi's. Gruudy and her impish crew incontinently rush matri monial matters; because the major...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

Produce Market. Messrs. Totnpson, Manning and Jeremy (Wagga Wagga, Sydney and iSarandera), reports the following : — Fabm Produce. Wheat. — The market is quiet. No development of any consequence has taken place. F. A.Q. Wheat is selling from 2s 8d to 2s 9d. Some prime parcels at 2s 10£d per bushel, clour £6 10a to £6 15s per ton for local beBt. Chickwheat, prime. 2s 4d to 2s 6i per bushel. Make — Firm. Prime dry, 2s 8dper bushel. Oats.— seed, 2s to 2s 3d ; primo feed, Is 9d ; medium, Is Gd to Is 8i ; Tasmanian, prime, Is 74 to Is 8d ; medium, Is 5d to Is 6d per bushel. Barley. — Chevalier seed, to 5s; English, 2s lOd to 3s ; Cape, 2s Gd per bushel. Bhan.— 8|d per bushel. Poltard. — 9J periHwhel. Locebne. — Prime green Hunter River, £3 10s ; Medium £3 to £3 5b ; Railway prime, £3 10a ; small bales, dry green, £4 to £4 5s per ton. Hat. — Prime local oaten in bundles, £4 10s to £4 15s. Good medium, £3 15s to £4 5s per ton. Chaff. — Prime imported £3 ; extra green, £3 2s 6J to £3 5s; me...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

? l'or Child re,,-* Ilacbng Congh take JUods G«j..t 1'cpi.cr.uiBt Cure, 1» fid wd c* ua, ?C^S--: ??'? '???:? -V^'s ?.??.-

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Dubbo Show. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

Dubbo Show. The Show was a decided success. The attendance was a record. Narromine and district were 'well represented. Mr. M. Mack won the prize for pony four-in-hand. There was a magnificent cellection of machinery. ? ? Mr. W. Mack's 'Halo ' took the prize for best pony huuter 14.2 and under. ' ?'Jack ' Hayne6,,.M.P., was doing his best to ' down ' Federation on the ground. Mr. F. Sherwood, -of Timbriebongie, secured the first prise for cooking apples, and also for lemons. Mr. M. Mack was awarded, the prize for best pair of ponies 13 hands and not exceeding 14 hands. Mr. A. Cowell carried off the first prize for best pair tandem ponies. Mr. Cowell also secured first prizes for pony. 12 hands and under 13, and pony uuder 12 hands. MacKenzie's Bob Roy started in the Open Trot, but failed to distinguish himself. He is new to the business, and would persist in breaking. The gate receipts at , the Dubbo Show on the first day amounted to £136, and on the second to £257 17s; Total, £393 ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

Local and General. ? ♦ — - A good fall of 'rain 'would be very acceptable just at present. Mr. P. J. Ryan has removed into . his new shop. Narromine was almost deserted on Wednesday, owing 'to the Dubbo ShovTi The Conimon-.TrusteeB intend keep ing a sharp look out on the Common in the future, and all trespassers will be made ' sit np.' *: At a meeting, of the Common true tees held on Friday' -evening last, at the Railway Hotel, Mr.' Jaines Draper was elected a trustee in lieu of Mr. Richai-d Wallace. The latter was ap pointed Ranger. Judging by the meagre attendance at the railway meeting on Monday evening, Narromiue^ 'people are very apathetic in regard to railway matte is affecting the town and district. Constable Stewart has been- oi*- the sick list during the last seven or eight days, suffering from a severe cold. 'He is now recovering we are glad to say. Mr. J, L. Thompson, of tbe Agricul tural Department, will deliver a lec ture on ' Modern Agriculture,' in the Assembly Hall, ...

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 — 12 May 1899

It is recommended that every life boat carried by ships ehonld be pro vided with a bottle of citric acid, which precipitates chloride of sodium, and, it is turn claimed, -converts sea water into a palatable drink. Little Ethel: 'What is these An archist people talkin' about ? Little Johnny: * Why, they wants every think everybody else got, an' they never wash theirselves.' Little Ethel : ' Oh, 1 see. They are little boys growed up. It has been discovered by two French scientist that most previous stones, such as the ruby, tho sapphire; and the emerald, can readily . be told ' from their imitations by means of the i^ontgon rays. ? Teacher : * What capacity is a zebra ?' All were sile t, none of the scholars seeming to know. Teacher : ' Can any of you ttll me what a zebra is?' Small Bay : 'Yes, sir.' Teacher: 4 What, Tommy ?' Small Boy: ' Wby, it's a donkey with a football sbtrt on.' ColiapBe of tahoolmaster. Lord Beaucbamp is an advocate of old age pensions aud truly says that the la...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A SURE SIGN OF CROUP [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

A SURE SIGN OF CROUP Hoarseness in a child that is sub ject, to croup is r sure indication of the approach of the disease. If Chamberlain's Congh Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has ap peared, it will prevent the attack. Many mothers who have croupy child ren always keep this remedy at hand and find that it saves them much tvoubla and worry. It can always be a^epouded upon and is pleasant to take. For sale by G. W. Barlow & Co.

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 — 12 May 1899

dubscripticn: [ ?| per quarter, i-' xovmys, ] ? ^ - . -- | '. - ^ PEB QUABTfik BOOKED, 5s; j ' £

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

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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 — 12 May 1899

ife ?: ^q&::- lady's BICYCLE, Nearly New. fr: vwk Apply. . . ? ; g£- ? OFFICE OP THIS PAPER. fi ~ Narroniine Common. *- JJL^LL Persons are hereby cautioned . wm against removing Timber from ? -ir Cutting Timber on the Narromine ;? Commonwithout first obtaining permis * sionand paying fees. Any person found 1 / guilfcy of these ofiences will be prose i- \tpd as the law directs. Farther, * uroveitiu o cu.ii.io.H-d !ig\ilnoi t. avai ling Stock over the Common without giving the necessary notice to the ' Hanger. I E. J. DOUGLAS, Sec. pro. tern. To Carriers, Timtar G-ettsrS, and Others. r WILLIAM GALE, SAW MILLS, BOURKE, TS s Oaeh Buyer of Good Sound PINE ? ?*? LOGS, in large or small quantities, loaded on Railway Trucks nt Naseomink, MUKGKWBAR. TeANGIE or NSVEBTrHE. Al-0 to Venous willing to contract for the Supply of 20,000 superficial feet per month a 12 month's contract will be given. Particulars can be bad by applying to the MANAGER, Gale's Saw Mills, Bonrkc. Notice. f HE Un...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 12 May 1899

^w | GRIFFITHS BROTHERS ^ a j ? ' ' ——————— M—————— . g LIMITED. | ;-- ? I- ?- By Special Appointment to SgffiilP^ H»s Excellency the Governor. ! ^gjr \,\ -?-» |'TS?'^k^& a a -f ^° ^est q«»l-tie« -obtainable, only pure mH wholesome Teas \^T ' jj ' I l.tf^Q \ stocked, and every leaf guaranteed for Quality, Purity iwd Value. i ' t I -~':'^ -? ? __ _.. ( Our ImporlaHoDS ol Ooffeo comprise Ihe Finest B?biis Ihe World can produce. We j . t ? ^%'^fcl**.i.— f tFm ^% J ro»«t and Bupply it Jresh from our Mills daily. With the aid or exprtd1 skill and rare in i It I WWr r CCQ J solectins ami pnspftniig,w6 are en»Wed to eivo that satlBlauUon which has giiiiiei) lor our I . j . ' I mS^Si^^mm^mOmmSia ' i ^V90®8 Bn(!h » **-?? and irrati'yiiig reputation. i ' Ir -~- 1 jk'-|,-j»A-ij»;- (i There are many different kind* of Cocos. We manufacture and I 'SIGNAL. „ 1 -^TOffiffiffifr' 534 GEORGE ST.;**-*-*.., SYDNEY. S We have to a^vi eoBrcustom3rfa in this district that »r. Bell b lot n *w incur...

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