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JUST IN TIME. A QUEER EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

JUST IN TIME. A QUEER EPISODE. ' I wish you would tell me some of your experiences,' I said to my journalist friend, Maude Langton, as we sat over her fire one evening, ' you must hare had some interest ing ones.' ' I'll tell you one— a trua one,if you like,' Bhe said, looking into the blaze thoughtfully, and then she began. Five years ago, Fate, iu tho shape of a scant parse and literary aspirations, brought me to a London boarding-house, not a hundred miles from the British Museum. The afternoon of the day I arrived was dark and chilly. Having seen my luggage duly settled in iny room — which Mas a sky attic — 1 walked out as far as Southampton row to make some purchases, and on my return let myself in with the latch key with which my landlady, on the strength of my credentials, hod provided me. I am not fond of stairs, and always creep up them wearily. There were live flights to climb before I reached my attic, and as I was ascending the fourth I noticed a very old man with odd sh...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Grain and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Grain and Produce ltcport. ; Messrs. Tompsnn, Manning, ond j--ivrny (oft Wagga AVap3», Sydney and Narrandcra) rnpart: — 31UATMAKKET. ^ Beef. — The nmrlcet. daring tbo !a£t few days 'has improved considerably, and to-day prime bnef maybe quote as follow? :— Bodies 2 Jl ; bindR l|d ; 2nd .i.-j^i..j.i^iii.i:-jnfli *.»_..« 1 1 j . quality uuuitJo i|'i ; iiiuub i^, iuira J-^'* i medium quality bodies lid ; biuds2d ; fores Id. Mottpn. — Pmbic wethers \\A ; 2nd tjaalUy l|d ; prime ewes 1J-3 to Id, 2nd ' quality, ii. Povk.— Prime 60 lllbpigs 4^d, W Ulb4^d, heavier sorts 4i to 3|e. Lambs s— Prime 4s 6d to 3s M, 2nd qaalitr 2s ii. FARM PE0DUCE. Whf-flt.. — Business has bi^n slack ('iirinp; ihe bMidavi;, and if anything' values are a triflle lower. Sydney mi'li'rs are disinclined to lay in fiiTiplios ti!! prices fall to tbe level nf those in Victoria and South Aus tralia. Whwit cawitrt. we qaotvd aa wmtli more than 2s 9d Darling Harbour delivery. Maiza.— Prime 3i 5d to 33 61 per bnfiii'l. Oats...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE SONG OF THE ILL—PAID LAW CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

THE SONG OF THE ILL-PAID LAW CLERK. With fingers body and turn, witli body sickly and ill, A law clerk sal in threadbareclothes wearily driving his quill. Write! write! write! in a room both empty sod dark, And still with a voice from the grave he sang the Bong of the ill-paid clerk. II. Work ! work I work ! till tho oyelids heavy are grown. Work! work! work! till all liumaniy Deed, contract, and draft — draft, contract, and deed, Till over the work tbe eyes grow dim and scarce can Bee to read. IIL O men with bodies and souls ! O men with children and wives! It's not the pen you're wearing out, but liunmu law clerks' lives. Page ! page ! page ! in a room both empty and dark, Writing at once as weli-0s a deed the epitaph ' on a clerk. IV. - Write! write! write! in the dark and win try hours; Write! write ! write ! when the earth is sweet with flowers j ! O, but for one ahort breath— a respite how- ? ever brief— I No blessed time for self and hope, but only time for grief. ? V. With f...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Sydney Mems. Mr. Fred. Sbfrwond., --rhn*baa been sp.'iiding the Christmas bull Jays in. Sydney, writes j ~ A groat r.umW »F country npopio bavo bnen in Sydney dnring OhriRN mils. 'Vi-ins? i'r-vSfv\iblo in tlie priiicinal stiiwts and nt all the harbour rpsortfl, wiiicb, by tbo way, were fearfully flrowdri. Kadi Imat ipAving thpquBy beinsr cvowdad tr thntostent tbnt+bew «-af burrily s'nndinpr room on tbom. : Gwiiw Hnd Kins» Streets mi Satnf davniijlit -itievr \i-nrV Evp) were chnijiloti'ly full --f pnftpie, ?vebinn'nr ?: (ijiffic boinsr iil.-nfef. hto|ip(;j, .wbiltf l»an-*p of b.iys find . ynnng men were pnniilii)!' nbotit witli fnr bowos, tnnt: itrr melil liidpo&i; wirh tbcirdiFcordant iloiRfte, -r\u~: spV-'i«J days' rflcin(7 *ns xvell ]iftt.tetiiM.'i1.fls hJso ttflB »bc Ifiebiand pntli-i-W 'lmHfl on-flipfiml Dltiino. Friiii !i;ip bopn nnd is both dear an^ frtt finnri'n quality. Tk'- difli'i'eiit pliopfi in tliw princitini (iff, i fp iif-h nrfifl ia l-.fi (loiiiB ft prrd basi...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Official Correspon dence; The following summary of official correspondence lias been sent ns by Mr. T. Brown, M.P.— BPKCf AL EOBPITAL GRANTS. The following special hospital grants have been allotted from the current year'B tote : — Peak Hill hospital, £55 ; Coadoboliu hospital, £30. SDAD (HPKCA'KiSTtKT. The f i l'owing sums linve been granted Cox ruad improvements: — Road from Narromme to Tho Oaks, Bogan Eire , CP6 j at seven taVf p a on road from KarroBnne to Waterloo, Ho?an Rivw, 15100. Tenders have b^en invited !©? clearing road from Tiff's Woolslicd and Modcaif's bnuuOary. Tho removal of nieial m\ T-rund!--.Bqgaii Gate road was deemed advisable because of Railway Station alternations. Respecting applicatiou for special grant, Oouduboliu-Melrose Road, Schedule Vote deemed suffi cient; i'cproremeufs: are now beiug carried out at Doyle's selection. Irou bark Hill will Tjo takeu iu band shortly, ar:^ tha work between Melroso Hbtcland Melrose Station will sub Bcquciitlybe taken iu La...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE MILLARDS' TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

THE MILLARDS' TROUBLES. It is surprising tbe virtues one will find in some hitherto tmcensidered possession when it is abruptly taken away. It simply proves in a new way the old theory that you never really want a thing till you can't get it. The Millards for the last year have found nil manner of fault with their house. To hear them talk one would fancy any selfrespect, tug (auuij nvu;u jtj»ro uiurcu Kftuu J.VHU ittSiJi Then the other night a large gentleman with a husky voice called and casually informed them that he had usught the dwelling and would like tu look it over at their convenience for repairs, as he intended to move in on May 1. After he took hiB departure the gloom might have been chopped away with an axe if the chopper had been strung and determined, ' I'll iicver find another room with such a window Beat! ' moaned Mrs. Millard. 'When you come to think of it,' remarked Mr. Millard, sadly, ' the furnace wasn't so bad after all.' 'Blam«itall!'said young Millard, 'I'll w...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Comic Cuttings* Tourist {on the dome of St. Paul's) : ' My, how thc wind roars up here !' Guide : ' That Isn't the wind, sir. That's a football snatch.' . First Man : 'How is It ehe married Smith 7 I thought she was going to marry you.' Second Man : ' I was late at the wedding, and lost my place In line.' First Lady : ' Is it a fact that you are Suing to marry Herr Kievezlezakoff ski ?' Second tody: ' Cerlalnly~as soon as 1 have learned iiow to pronounce liis name.' 'My paw's goln' into the chicken raising business,' -iuid Johnny. ' He's guitr down town to-morrow to buy an InvubuH or an indicator, I forget which you call it.' The Count : 'Susan, is my wife nearly ready ?' Hojjsnnnid : ' I dare say she will 1x' another hair-hour, your high ness. My lady has been partially mis laid by the maid.' 'The curious thing about my busi ness,' said the mosquito, alighting: softly upon the nose of the sleeping victim, ' Is Ibat It's more fun to go to -work than II Is to stay to Jium.' Oaptaln'L...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Spiders. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Spiders. Miss Edith Carrinfffw contributes a characteristically bright and charming article to the October numiier of the ' Animal's Friend' on ' House Splderis.' 'Most of them, it seems, are timid, harm less, HttJe creatures, engrossed In the work of spinning, and dreading nothing so much as the necessity to roam. But there are giant spiders, and one of these, whose dwelling Is at Hampton Court, Is commonly callea ' Tlie Cardinal' As might have been expected, ' these mons ter spiders are common In old rooms at Oxford, and when running along, pur sued by tbe shadow they cast on the floor, are often mistaken for mice.' But probably this happens only after ' hall.' Miss Carrlngton once had an awful ex perience ; she met one of them face to face, ' but his career -was cut short by the cat, who evidently deluded herself Into the Idea that he was an eccentric sort of mouse.' Then follow directions how to catch a aplder— without the aid of a cat—ani) a description of his ' poleon claw, by...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Admit Bearer. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Admit Bearer. ' When I was Tunning a. circus,' said a retired showman, ' ) ^tevvr lost an opportunity of advertising. I always had my eye on the main chance, and I made everything pay. I always made it a point to get tny name every where, and whenever any one asked for my autograph you may be suve he sot it, 'Once when t went to a little town a great string of boys and girls stood in une waning ror a cnance ioi get my autograph on the small cards they car ried. 1 wrote them as fast a a 1 could, thinking to myself, *Jlm, o)d boy, your name is getting to be a household word.' ?'When J looked round tlie tent that afternoon I thought all the school child ren in the town were there. That meant , money, and I was feeling pretty happy i till I commenced looking- over the re ceiptB, and then I found 400 of my auto graphs with the words ' Admit bearer' written above them. That is the only time in my life I was ever ' done' by school children,' ;-, ^

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THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. (COBtYMQHT.) ? BY ROMA WHITE. . CHAPTER Vir.— Continued. Saranna GibBoa mode no reply to her father's comment, on the green chaise, but hurried him on. The vnaiBe swept up ibo gravel-drive ot the Priory; and Lady Sandys, hearing it, came nervously from the oak panelled room into the hall. The doors had already lievii flung open. The 'butler had placed tlir lamp upon the oanen areBser, ana its ugiit stume out ana mingled with the wore blazing lanterns of the chaise. Quite a mist of vapour rose cloudily from the dark wet staining Hanks of the horses; and a red-coated postilion was half visible on their far side, his scarlet livery showing through the little patch of fog. Through the open door of the green chaise stepped Humphrey, hie face looking pale as he advanced into the lamp-lit liall. Lady Sandys would have come forward to greet him; but her movement was suddenly arrested. She stood still with a start, foa, from the unlit depths of tbe carriage th...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

.. :'M*?;v'-8RlFFiTMS~-R^T'HERS --'' I ?; ??:— -1 -?? ]'f hM fi I s fi fig § u t %J v * i *.s --B fe a fc. G S ^ «o*' | . nv-f .-, Bj1 Spwiiil Ap;Kiiiitiiic;it to JplHLs* $?(.-'' iiia Exoi-lleucy the Governor. ' . I ?/? ' ! \/*rfH 't^F™ A ^'** ? I ' Tli' lii-t iMiiJi'.ic-B ohi/iiniMfi, only vm-o «-?» iv!i«!'9'rtf 1V..« ? ??Vf'-'*^ I CL-;-*O ™ D I -i«-.. i. 3 -I .?..:?-? |.-.if s-niiniiitpeillor^ualilj, PupII/ »:i Waf, i : , , IS. - / ?-,?? l.n ~ir ! i n- -I Joffin! C'inp its Ihj Fi'ctt. Itali- ?-!.;. \V..iMtn i-il!:..e. Wti ''t: r*'ra '?''^ llpk ^'SNS^ES1 l Sl*,';**!*' i^ J rm t.iiij:.!s. ,_v i in hlr..inir M'.ljH d 111-, ; Win ljii,«iJ ..??«?.? j -J Ml) 4-iJ- tWVjU-i . !-.- -('ia' —i. — . _. «_^ -, -.^ ( Thera lire ntani d'ferent kinds of Cnc-)-». -V» m-TJ*sc^ire and ; --i'H fl^^^*#^t A -£^_ 4 vWtttvn i'. Ths PU«E EJfr3»«TT, the HO'lffiDf Vr»»iC COCOA, KOW I ! ? Q J '- a? *?-'*_*? -J?*«4 . ' a J CO^Ol, HM?.l COCOA, and CHOCOLATE. Ws oniy ash comparison ; | ? -—.^ Q- ? / r'a-Tlnimi'...

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SAVED BY HIS REPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

SAVED BY HIS REPUTATION. The few determined men, with the prisoner in their midst, worked quietly but quickly. A rope was soon thrown over the limb of a live oak tree and the end knotted around the condemned man's reck. Then be was placed upon a barrel and tbe leader was preparing to kick it from under the unfortunate man when he opened hit mouth and spoke for the first time. ' Boys, nearaiuea, -- wnat k an tms yere fussin* about?' ' Ye know durn well what hit's all about,' put in the leader. ' Wul, drat my. bide do ye think tbet I would be up fere addressin 'this yere as sembly—when ye know thutspeakin' ain't my fort — if 1 knew wjiat all this futsin'waa about?' ' Well, it's hoss Btealin', if you must know,'' growled the leader. ' Meanin' what partikular hoss?' ' Wul, I swar ! did ye ever !.ear of sech a pesky cussV gasped the leader, turning to the rest of the ciowd. ' Uurn if 1 don't think thet he will be wan tin 'to know ef we ever met his grandmother next.' ' Wul, it Beems to m...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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CHOOSING A VIOLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

CHOOSING A VIOLIN In iiurchasing a violin there are two things that must be considered, writes Frank Waldo, I'll. D. First the kind of au instru ment to buy, and second, where to buy it. The criterion in tbe choice of a violin ie usunlly the amount of money at the disposal of the purchaser. -Still, there are other things than cost to be taken into consider uviviii m. tiviiu id u uuitii) juoii uc it, iivi dc id a horse. One would not buy a huge carthorse for use in a light carriage, nor would one select an orchestra violin for parlour playing. Some violins are loud, while othetu are sub dued iu tone. Shrill neeB and softness, coarseness and delicacy .rawness. mellovcuesB, penetrability and lack of carrying power, roundness or densenesg and diff useuesB, are all terms which signify extremes of special characteristics of tone. Since a beginner will, for a- long time, do most of his playing in a email room, he should have an instrument that will produce an agreeable tone in limited quar...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Lemon Rings. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Lemon Rings. One pound oi flour, six ounces of sugar, quarter of a pound of fruiter, two eggs, a teaspoonful of baking powder, th«; rind or a lemon, milk. Heat (he butter to a cream, add the eggs separately, and beat them well, mix in the sugar, flour, grated lemon rind, and a little milk if it is required to moisten the wljole. Roll out the paste to about a quarter of an inch, divide It inlu rounds with a cutter or a glass, cut out the centre to form a ring, and fry In deep, hot fat, a light brown.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

MEiTEOROLOMCAL. . ._ ^- . ? .^ — _. ? ? F'tllott'inp aro Uio looal roarliiipR.of tJio'bnnimeler aud tliei'moinctei1 for thu 'weelci — : I | TW Bale j Bar. . J1ax ,.j,it| Jnn. fi 28.00 90 [? C,6 ,0 2008 I ^ .f-!i ', ? 2$ 98 91 51 8 1 20 00 PS j .f-9 ,. 9 I 29 00 102 | 05 ,. 10 28 30 10-1 | So ,, 11 j 2885 | 87 | : 72 TJinndcrstorm Tties-Iiiv nft-ftmou' ofrmir wind; 23 nointfi rnih. Wi'uiicsoay— 3 )ir.ii:lF va'iii

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Plain Cocoanut Cake. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Plain Cocoanut Cake. Half a pound of sugar, one pound of flour, quarter of a pound of butter or dripping, one eocoanut, two egtfs, a teaspoonful of bilking' powder, milk. Crate the cocoanut, bi-at the butter lu a cream, add the sugar, then the eggs, ;iml gradually add the flour and enough milk to moisten Ihe cake. Bak* tor about (wo hours in a moderate oven.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

i&IEF MENTION. Cool WentheJ1. ?Unin. linmlifnl run ! But not enough of it. 'Hi' ^ivitnirtofchivc niadr a start clearing th./ stri-fts. . ..-.' *** '- Nnl'niiB frpeh h»B Iranpj)irc3 In regard ts (!.c G;itt«n tr.igcdy. Collybu1'! ftiiishcd titfc'isliing eariy on Tuosdiiy inoruing. ])uti.-f will lie jvsuhumI at tlie J'llWic School ouMonclnv ii!-«. AMermin Wnllwr riy Imp nntipntli.v to! ' f.wtrn' only (?won It to niiiticMl ones. JfciiTi!. K. ,T. Pnftrt-m: Mid L. Sniitii wirn iii(--«i-sstul tcndti'frs for rfivct Citflfiiig con lr:ict«. I'olico news 4i:is bcin tUci 'l«rin(» ihe, ! wet Ounst;ibli' Slcwirt is nWay ultv'iiditig tticVoung Qmirtcr Sessions. ' j Hit intcrroloniii] crirketiuntcli, N.S.W. v. j S. A., piityoil in Sydney, whs wou Viy tlip linuic team liv 2 rune nttd 3 wickctii. The Her. Mr. Lunil «i!l prciirli nf, N.,i-ro« ' inini! nn Sundiiy, nioniing ami orcning. nnj : u* Sjiring Vrrcknt.3 ji.iu. j Mcpers. F.. Cnliill A Co. will Fell Mr. .Tolin | llai*.liiig's lion-fholil...

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Salmon Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Salmon Pudding. Half, a pound of tinned salmon, quarter of a jjouiid lii'L-adLTUtiibH, half a pint milk, salt, cayenne, nutmeg, half a tea spoonful of essence of anchovy, two eggs. Flake tbe salmon, soak the crumbs in the boiling milk ; when cool, mix in the salmon, seasonmg, the wall beaten eggs, and the anchovy essence. Butter a pudding basin, and fill it with mixture, and steam for three-quarters of an hour. Serve with sauue.

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Jam Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Jam Pudding. Quarter of a pound of flour, quarter of a pound of breudcrutnfes. Wil ounces of suet, jam, une tablespoonful of sugar, one WaK|itJOiiful of ImlTmg powder. Put all tin- - 1 1 y ingredient.s hi a basin, mix to a stiff paste wllb cold water, and roll out very thin. Oiease a pudding basin, line It with llie pastry, snieud some jam on the bolloni, plane a layer of pastry over It, and so on in alternate layers til! the bowl is full. Cover with greased paper, and sleam for three lioure. Turn out, and serve wlHi cus tard sauce. Tliis pudding: may be made with golden syrup and lemon Instead of jum.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Lost—A Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 13 January 1899

Lest — A Railway League. ^ A nxioup enquiries are boing inKti tiited hs to tin- txi.-toiice or (iimisp of tlia ?Karvomine Railway L'ngne. IT rl ?«-!, it will be only meet to f'.Mmv th injunctio'i laiil 'lown in the tnnxiiu ji^ HO-lIiIS, &c, but if '-veil mor'liurid ,it ^vm\ mil h^t tou Iat-- t-i endiavour in t»»u oiat*tuHt very ihk)i ctaliie«ody. Trolv tli« TjcHtrnit is misiinir n rliatico in a t-h'iiSMnii i.y fulling to kr-ep up the ??.ritaHon fi»r lIu1 ? xfaiiKinu of railwaya IxTealjuiits. Tli:.jre neci) !)?; no con ? uimeivt of the far-t t^iat \}\v RHilwuy Commit-Bi'oners imiialt'the «ffifu»ra .'»??!? fc,\v« itieppttted tho two routPB* are J frr«atly in favor of the Narromine to Coonanfl)le-in prrfiTei-ce to *be Dnbho to 43ooaattible »nte. Aod yet tlift .Knrrpmine &dUvay trien^ne rnmHinB supine iievef im'sniff its vo?oe for a Single Jiifitufiir to jitringUjen the case flf the CrimmiriKioinics .ngniniM posF:b!v -ne Pi'.Win W,.rliS CoDimittei? and the Miuisu'r, : If...

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