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Sale of Privileges. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

Sale of Privileges. The privileges in connection with the forthcoming Half-Holiday Sports were sold privately by Mr. J. Kieratb, the hon. secretary. Mr. G. W. Bell, of the Exchange Hotel, bought the right to the publican's booth for £2, and Tattersall'p for 15s. Mr. C. Bass purchased the right to the refreshment stall for 25s. Mr. Beid will be the new Attorney General A. G. Reid 5(agn»a) would look harmonious. At a largely attended meeting of the Railway League, held at Collarendabri on Saturday, tbe construction ef a railwayfrom Narrabri to Collarendabri. was strongly advocated. It was de cided to urge the, (Government to once proceed with this necessary work, the sjnrvey of which will shortly be com pleted. It is generally considered tbat this ronte wonld be most ad vantageous to the colony and to the district, which embraces 2,454,000 acres, a* well as the south-western portions of Queensland. The follow ing resolution was unanimously adopted :—' That in view of the devas tating ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SURE SIGN OF CROUP [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

A SURE SIGN OP CROUP Hoarseness in a obild that is sub ject to croup is a 'sure indication of the approach of the disease. If Chamberlain's Congh Remedy is given as soon as tbe child becomes hoarse, or even after tbe cronpy oongh has ap peared, it will prevent the attack. Many mothers who have cronpy child ren always keep this remedy at hand aud find that it saves them much trouble and'worrv. It can always be depended npon'and is pleasant to take For sale by 6. W. Bablow & Co.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. J. L. Thompson's Address. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

Mr. «T.|L. Thompson's Address. : Mr. J. L. Thompson, Government Travelling Instructor in Agriculture, delivered in a-idress under the auspices of the Narromine Branch of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, in the Assembly Hall, on Saturday after noon last. , On tbe motion of Mr. T. Bragg, seconded by Mr. R. Webb, Mr W. O'Neill, J.P., was voted to fch« obair. The Chairman said he very tnnch regretted that the members of the Farmers' Association had not rolled up io greater numbers, borne 50 in vitetions had been sent oat, and it was a gnat pity that farmers showed such a lack of interest when an op portunity occurred for them to im prove tbeir minds and better their couditiouB. How«ver, he trusted that tboue present would benefit by what they heard. He had mnch pleasure in lutrodncing Mr. Thompson. Mr. Thompson expressed the plea sure be felt in meesing those interested iu agriculture in tins part of the colony, aud said that Narrotnine was famed throughout the colony for its whe...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

Cricket. The match, Australia v. Surrey, concluded to-day. Trnmper, 13 ; Iredale, 47 ; Howell,-6 ; Kelly, uot ont, 50; McLeod, 4; Trnmble 11; sundries, 5. Total, 249. Surrey Second Innings. — Abel, 0 ; Brock well, 6; H. Richardson, 1; Holland, 1; Key, 0; Clode, 3; T. Richardson, 2 £Hayes, 43 ; Manhall* not out, 0. Total, 64. The Australians won by an innings and 71 runs. Howell and Trnmble divided the wickets. In tbe second innings of tbe Surrey team. Ho well's average was 5 wickets for 29 runs, and Trumble'g 5 for 34 tans. '

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Intelligence SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

latest Intelligence (BY WIHB). SYDNEY, Tharsday. The Coroner's Jury at Newcastle yesterday returned a verdict of wilful murder against Thomas Tudor in con nection with the poisoning of the infant child Albert Cyril Asbton, of whom accused was the father. The accused was committed for trial. The steamer Tekapo has been abandoned and will be sold by public auction to-day. Messrs. Winchcombe and Carson yesterday sold a parcel of superior scoured combing wool at 2s per lb., being the highest price paid for the past 25 years. MeBBrs. Carrnthers, Wise, and W. Piddington addressed crowded meet ings yesternight and secured an al most unanimous vote in favor of the Bill. Mr. L. F. Heydon; Sir George Dibbs, and other Anti-Billites, also held successful demonstrations. The Himalaya, with Earl Bean champ and suite entered th e Heads about ten o'clock this morning and a few minutes later came to anchorge. The Hon. G. H. Beid at once boarded the vessel, introducing other members of the Ministry t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Timbriebongie. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

Timbriebongie. (From our, own Correspondent.) It is with great regret I have to re cord an accident which happened to Master Frank Owens on Friday morn ing last. It appears that the lad had caught and harnessed two horses, and as he attempted to catch another, the brute turned round and kicked him, breaking his leg just above the ankle, and the boy lay where he fell for Bome time until his cries brought him help. Big Fish. — On last Saturday night Mr. F. .Bullock was successful in catching a fish -which weighed 321bs, and on Sunday night he managed to 6ecure ona which weighed 481ba. and iu the previous week he caught one which turned the scale at 121bs.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

For Children'* Hacking 'Cough take Woodi' Great Peppermint Cnre, 1» Cd and t» QA. Ruse, 2s lid at Ii. KotonbvfliT'«. Unequiiiled on. I Invincil-l« Wools' flr at Peppermint Cure lor Cough mid Code it tri. h (.urdiguc Ji» Ulf, £t lid, at L. T i Knots!;

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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F[?]und in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

Fund in the Bush Whilst Constable McKinley was do ing patrol duty, out Minore way, about 15 miles from Narromine. one day last week, he received information from Mr. Robinson, of the Minore Hotel, that the blacks had discovered a ' plant' in a hollow log, about 100 yavdBjoff theDubbo road in a thick6crub Constable McKinley was directed to the spot, and found stowed away-in a hol low log a number of miscellaneous articles, amongst them being -a nicely bound book entitled, ' The Giant Cities of Bashan,' with the name 'A. E. Hudson,' printed in gold letters on the cover ; a handsome leather-bound photo frame containing the portrait of a child, with ' Jessie C. Hudson, aged 9 years,' printed in gold letters underneath ; an old leather purse, with the name 'George McMahon ' printed on it in gold letters ; a handsome ' In Memoriam ' case containing two cards in 'ever- loving memory of Caroline, the faith ful and devoted wife of William Hud son, who was interred in the family grave at St. ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

x/£ht chili th it'* liraltli 1 autl robnel, ' ? .*f '' --JrO*ji upa stro g and Imrdy man, ?V'lhr iliiltilr Ish.it i'p iii.tniist. ??.'' Beeuiuc g nu ilpux. pi'e mil wui) ; ; ^niffbitini, iniivd ntu ? 1 n»-ti, : * . * dly ?ii.fji 1 n I- i nij 1 ..,'? L.^%'11. - Ii i- 1 H . ^ ,t;U. ] '*.' ,Jl i» 1. 1- - - 1 »» 1 ^.ic.ii-.ii \!\kh: HE COLD WEATHER IS HERE AT LAST jjlj in Your Wool Goods now, Wraps Blankets, Kugs and Flannels, Aud IU'inenibi'r Yon Can Euy to Advantage by Calling «on Kieral Mm aim Go The Original Pioneer Storekeepers, ©pAKK tin's Opportunity of infor.-ninjr the R-sideiits of lj«nomine ant *te District, tlmt tlu-y have Just Ojient-d Kx. GULP OF blAAl, their 6isd Shiprueut of WlKl'J Goods f^r the Cuiniug iS.osou, comprising — ?41 Imported direct from Lr-n-lon, c^iisistinjr nf all tlie Newest Winter Mntcrins — FLANMELKTTKS, MANI'LISS aud NOVliLTlES iu Wool Goods very lina Naw, Fresh & Uj-ta-dats. Patterns, Samples and Prices Posted b/ Eetura on A pplicatio ' JU'iT '...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 19 May 1899

Vagrant Notes. » ? ? The uncertainty of cricket is ohce again exemplified in the match against Essex. In the South of England match, a team that perhaps with tbe exception of Hearne, the Kent bowler, Jackson the Yorkshire amateur, McLaren of Lancashire, and Brown the Yorkv. was trood enough to repre sent all England,, the Australians vir tually won with a very large -margin in hand, yet in the Essex match against a team containing not one re presentative name, a second rate, team if ever there was one, they were badly beaten. 'ihese, perhaps, are -the glorious uncertainties that make tbe game so fascinating. In the Surrey match Howell's bowling must have been a revelation to both sides of tbe ?world, far exceeding the expectations of even his most sanguine supporters, tod proves tbe soundness of Ireda\e's judgment ju supporting his inclusion in the team. .% The game of billiards, here aa *-lsr- whern, lias many ardent admirevs, a well contested game being quite as pleasurable to the...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Federation. THE ABSOLUTE MAJORITY' CLAUSE To THE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

Federation^ , 4 THE 'ABSOLUTE MAJORITY1 CLiTJSB TO THB EDITOE OF TEE NAEEOMINE M EWS. Will any elector who still insists that the Amended Bill does not provide for ' majority rule read this calmly and quietly. When the deadlock stage is reached tbe Constitution provides for a joint sitting of both Rouses, when an absolute majority of Federal mem- bers will decide. Now as the total members will be 112, an absolute majority will be one more than half that number, or 57. Now New South. II iA,l^.-3 uiUI 1 I '.- i-V-i 1 HI Oil Iv VLI -, i-' ? V populous state-, and on the present population basis tbe former state will return 26 members to tbe House of Representatives and six members to the Senate, and the latter State will return 23 members to the Honse of Representatives and six members to the Senate, or a total between them of 61, or four in excess of an actual abso lute majority. Thus it is seen that New Soutb Wales and Victoria can vote down a combination of the four other States of ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Robbery at Moston's Hotel, Dubbo [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

Bobbery at Moston's Hotel, Dubbo . A daring robbery,' which,1 however, there is reasou to believe, had been cflrefully 'planned some days before liai d, whs perpetrated at MoBton's Hotel, Talbragjir-street,. ou Sunday evening, (says ai exchange) . The thief gained access to the bar through a back parlor oneuiner on to a lane. The attack' on the bar and contents were paiticularly bold, as Mrs, Moston and twp friends were'liu an adjoining room.*- The crafty viBi'tor, it is be lieved, J'hnd'i previously had an op portunity of tampering with some ot. the fittings of the /locks;, and had 4so well araiied himself. ,of .'_ (his that, lie succeeded in abstracting the monetary contents of the. till and' 'cash -box-— the total amounting to between £90 and £100 — without the ' leaBt noise ' or disturbance. Suspicion attaches to one o - two persons seen about and iu tbe ho--;il co Saturday, '

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ME BERS' HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

ME BERS' HANDICAP. F, Bollock ... ... 2 P. O'Meara ... ... 5 H. Bullock ... ... 5 W. Byrne ... ... 7 J. Dempster ... ... 8 E. Ooomber ... ... 11 C. Hargraves ... ... 12

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. Name ... ... yds. W. McDonald ... ... 2 F. Bullock ? 2 R. Wilson .. ... 3 W. btacey .^ ... 4 P. O'Meara ... ... 5 W. Chapman ... ... 5 A. J. Alshin ? 5 H. Bullock ... ... 5 W. Byrne ... ... 7 G.Beck ... ... 7 J. Elliott ... ... ' 1 J.Kennedy ... . ... '7 R. Douglas ... ... 8 J. Derapter ... . 9 F. Sherwood , ... ... 10 J. Grant ... .... 11 N. Bracey ... ... 11 A. Horn ... ... 32 W. McGregor ... ... 14

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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HALF-MILE BICYCLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

HALF-MILE BICYCLE RACE. G, Davidson ? scr. ' G.D.Ritchie ? 25 E.Morgan ? 30 P. O'Meara ... ... 60 W.Alexander ? - 60 A.E.Webb ? 80 - W.Lindsay ? ? 80 A. L. Williams ... ,-... 80 ? G.Beck ? 80 J.Dempster ... ... 100 C. Hargrave ? 100 L. Nosonovsky . ? 160 N. Coster . ... ... 160 A. Hargrave .... ... 175 A. Cleaver ? 180 A.Morgan ... ... 200 M.Obus ... ... 200 vj. Nixon .;. ... 200

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2-MILE OPEN BICYCLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

-2-MILE OPEN BICYCLE RACE. G. Davidson ? scr. G.D. Ritchie ? 100 E.Morgan ? 125 P. O'Meara ? 250 W.Alexander ... ... 250 A. E.Webb ? 320 W.Lindsay ? 320 G.Beck/ ? :. 330 C. Hargrave ? 360 J.Nixon ... ... 600

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Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

I ^Sydaey Mems. : - : {From onr own Correspondent.) The who'e «f iliecitizens of Sydney* V; wrth the exception of a few hog-gi6h r - rnffinns, have given a giiuvrrous wcl - -r eojnistn Lord Bamhamp ftnd Tjndy Jliiry Lvsron. Thpirpie^eneu has ai. - vcftdy affected trade »nd thd well-to-do hi* purchaBiug fashionable jroods rc ' .' jrnJ-dless of expensr. A b'iom in f.-iphion1* b«nt-fit8 evei^b-dy. A dull ki HRon is always disastrous to many tiiousi.tids. The first exfCul.iTf act of the now ('?--- rpnior was (ho o--mmatat.ion of two di a' h setiteuces. His si-ciuJ was a ?direction for the t.ilt-aac of many lonst tirin prisonorc. ? A. nioroiiul be giuuing, cert tidy. By the way, the last ex''culive act of Governor Lof'ns was au oidcr for th ? leleasoof nn aufnrrnnate woman w ki had jast previously been sentenced to »ix mouths for t. oft of a few yards ef dress material which she iutindi-d to make up for her half clothed child ren. - What's is a New South Wal-s 'Democrat?' Well, he is a f...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Queen's Birthday. Narromine Public School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

Queen's Birthday. Narromine Public School Picnic Tbe 80th birthday of Her Majesty was celebrated by tLo children of the above school, together with the parents, teachers aud friends, on Wed nesday last, aud the demonstration took the form of a huge picnic, for which active preparations had previously been made cUieny by theTaay mends ot tne juveniles. It is unquestionably the duty of those responsible for the care and education of the' young to teach thorn to respect a ruler who has al ways shown a disposition to shower benefits and blessings upon them, such as are found in no other quarter of the globe, and equally certain is it that uo more effective means could be devised of inculcating in the minds of children these advantages than by celebrating the Queen's birthday in a way that is congeni»l to the taste of every boy and girl in the British Empire, and there Tore a children's picnic is specially ap propriate to the occasion. Apart from 'this view of the question, a picnic and ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

FROM NEW ZEALAND. Reepton, New Zealand. Nov. 23 1896, I am very pleased to state that since 1 took the agency of Chair ber- lain's medicines tbe sale has been very large, more especially of the Cough Remedy. Iu two years I have Bold ra ura of this particular rem'dy than of all :pj:her makes for the previous five years. As to. it efficacy, I have beon informed bj- scores of persons of the good results they have received from it, and know its value from the nsc of it in my own bous'.-uold. It is so pK-'i--ant to take that we have to pla--e. the bottle beyond the reach of the children. E. J. SCANTLEBCHY. For sale by G. W. Baklow & Co.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 26 May 1899

THE COlTDf WEATHER IS HERE AT LAST Lay in Your Wool Goods now, Wraps Blankets, Rugs and Flannels, And Remember Yon Can Buy to Advance by Calling on Kieialti. nelson and Go. The Original Pioneer Storekeepers, -¥SAKE His Opportunity of informing the Residents of Narrominrand 4» District, that they have Just Opened Ex. GULF OF SI AM, their] fire Shiptneot of WintjS Goods for the Coming Si-asuu, comprising— Imported direct from London, consisting of all the Newest Winter Materias —FLANNELETTES, MANTLES ami NOVELTIES in Wool Goods Every Line New, Fresh & Up-to-date. ^tterns,. .Sampl«»_ ad Prices Posted by Return ojv^pplicatioD JUST OPESuSI)'' Latest Novelties Bedrock Prices Fancy Flannelettes Fancy -Cashmerettes Buttons -fc Laces Travcllirg Rugs Twill Flannelettes Gimps & Timmings Clouds & Shaw Is French Beiges Plashes 4 Velvets PInsb Tnble Covers Fancy Series All to Match the Ladirs' French Cloaks New Cashmeres New Materials Ladies' Blouse Skiru Twill Hauneis Ope...

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