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IN THE PULPIT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

In The. Pdlpit. Two country clergymen had agreed to exchange pu'pits on a certain date. One of them made the following solemn announcement to his congrega tion on the Sabbath previom to the event : — HIT umr urtrb'ireii ituu didiicib, j. have the pleasure of stating that on next Sunday morning the Reverend Zachariah B. Day will preach for you. Let us now sing two verseB of. hymn nnmber 489, 'That awful day will surely come.' ' ? ?? And it took him some time to discover why the congregation smiled. School Teachei, endeavouring to explain the meaning of the word 'harness' to small boy: 'What does your father put on the horse ?' The small boy, his fqce brightening, ' E puts on all 'ecan if 'e thinks it'll win.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

An Impbovemeht. Misb Byker: 'So yon- have given up advocating woman's rights?' Miss Thyrty: ' Yrs; I now go in woman's hfts ?' Miss Byker: ' What's that?' Misb Thyrty: 'Widowers.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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'BANJO' PATERSON'S HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

'BANJO' PATERSON;S HORSE. The ? Heralo's ' war correspondent, Mr ' Banjo' Putprson. who is monnted ou h Biragaubii-brtd hotsc, thus des cribes his entry into Bloemfontein, pnying a high tribute to the quality of his bit of Mudgee-pioduce-d horse flesh :— ' Iu another hve seconds two otnpr correspondents mid myself were racing for the honor of being first into Bloem icnUiu. There was still a risk that the Boers had not all gone, but we chanced thut, and galloped along at a great pace over the open veldt. As we drew near the town my Australian bred colt, by Myle'S-na-Coppaleen, proved himself mnch better than the tuber two horses, riiid me dashed into the town in a string, riding over a lot of rugs aud gear of various sorts that the Boers had dropped. Once in the town we slowed to a walk, and were warmly welcomed by the townsfolk, who all shook hands with us, aud hoorayed as though they liked having their town captured;'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A SWEEP ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

A SWEEP ON THE WAR. ''War sweeps tiro now pnpu'ar at London clubs. The sharers in it pay each a giiin-a «s entrance money, aud when the British nrmy has really j Parted on jis mmch to- Pretoria, the * days of the month tor a certain ume in advance will be written on paper, pnt in a hut. and drawn by the parties -o the ' sweep.', The one who draws the dsfp on which, as time will show, ihe Briiish army makes its entrance into the capital of the Transvaal will iiniipx the whole amount — which promisee to be a big one;

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Wit and Humour. PREMATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

Wit and Humour. ; Pbematdhe. The Bachelor — ' Is your fatherin lawigood-looking ?' The Benedict — ? Can't say yet !' Handsome is as handsome does,' you know.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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FEET THAT MADE HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 4 May 1900

FEET THAT MADE HISTORY. The Princess Bismarck changed the political history of France uuwitting ly, and but for her the ¥rn'''-- Prussian War might no™ uave been waged. tJismnrck *«» uuineuuij w imui-c, but ih- tiniperor Eugenie hoped with her beauty to ii-flue-n*e him, so that tbe little trouble with Frauce aud Germany might be smoothed overt She therefore; invited the German Prince aud his wife to visit the Court of Frauce, and the Prince aud Princess Bit;ni.u ok arrived iu great state at the Tuiltieries. That evening there was a grand re ception, and Eugenie received the guests in & gown which made her so ravishingly lovely that even Prince Bismarck, German, stolid. ard in love with his wife, stood and gazed upon her with admiration. And Eugenie was not slow to observe the effect of her beauty upon bim. She called hiin to her side, and Bismarck came, with his wife upon his arm. Now, the Prince 6» Bismarck was tall and gaunt and ugly, and her feet were generous. As she wal...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

gft'fi |f iff iffici :#P3|r f 1 ^^|i|-iir?aiiHir;|iiiis,;; ? ^rjf# #^^rfiB i:«i iiifo m: Sioi-pkw'porp, SSR.'iKSi ^fcPV' iHkpfff1 Fflrnii'vp, and »!in g;-rf#' tsUvd wit.1i llie Lmest aid ^l16^l Cj-- |E if H;7 : . - 4'o-daic 'Al.nfliiiu'vj', niv iiuw in fi.ll' FSK - -V working drdci', --' ;.' ; i ria -y rtour of fnintnnitof! qnnl'y. '/, Ss\. '_//- Bran jifud XV.iud mi .-iijc- al Sonci-t t*. ;/ prices, .j.. .' . - ' ?:. j; 'M'K ?:;.?- Oi-Jstiug 1-: no::-' 1:5 ?: A/CAM EBOX, /. % i) k h (i i r.u- o .sru kkt; j H .-?-'? ' (Next tk- ju.i:k stoi.t) -.; i 1G: .-. . .SPYKGS i() ??).('. iiH ilie if^ii'.i i:i- 6 1g :: jP Xiir.ji.i.iM i i!.U5iMV-'i:i],:,tli'-| S* ''?:''??'' ' ) flS *'!.-lffOii ]:v,s'iit!M-.'s«K AlaV' , 511(1 j ?fi/\ '-.;.-. ..-ii'tis by Ft ; i. i Ai'cilini a u i\S-d-'r-j i';A- «-,. : Cl siiLi s in c nui.il i, dii L.U-ial , ?fj'-_ . '/_. i^tiviig'-. ;'? ; . ! % _? :?: A TRIAL ECUCTrP- I I 'Mr. Walter Hawlco, I ':&? TKAOHKH OF 4 ; :- i/K.crcJ-iE Eifi ceg/ rv :,'* *Y- S (...

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District Mems. DANDALOO. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Distriet Mems. From our Correspondents. DANDAL00 Dandaloo is looking ahead at last. Another hotel is to be erected shortly for which Mr L-«, of Middlefield station, ban the contract for cutting the timber, which will be about 32,000 feet. i oenr #ir uee is mpKing great pre parations so as to have everything running Binootbly at biB mill. He. has also another order from Mr Thomas, the storekeeper at Dandaloo for a weatherboard cottage, which it to be erected between bis store and the Post Office Hotel. I really think that if the people of Daodaloo had petitioned for Another store it would have suited them . much better. No, not them : they would sooner subscribe to a one-faorte race meeting than try and rise their town a H'tle. I can assure you another ttore wonld do a good business - if someone would take it np and not pat what price 'be liken on bis goods. We are having splendid weather oi.t here, and all the crops are begin ning to look beRUtifujL.and. everything nic-- and greens ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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DOOLEY ON THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

. UOOLEY OS THE WAR Ooo'ey £-« the wur, evidently com menting,, 011 the Diridre victory: — .'vLa^' n,i--lit at eight o'clock,' hesHyi, .'*' we fnuiid »ur nlendher but intr«-p;d ar-rmy, (?uirouiidid hy lup hundhrcd thoiiHau' UoerS. We atlackted thim with gr r. at fury, pursuin'tliim upth' must inaccessible mountain s:des an' capluriu eight guns which we didn t want, so we give thim hack with t-iverwl iv oar own. The Boers r-tratid,' he says, ' pu-sued by th' 1'nvitt Teirors, who rut their way throii|-h th' fugitives with anful slauphti-r,' he'siiys. 'Our bhoys have' iiow»' he «-pys, 'p'lie- thrated as far as Pretoria, th1 tifiiwrs ?arriviu in firet class pnrredges and ih' nii'ii in thiucks,' he Fays, 'iin^ ar-re ramped in the bcliin' shop, whi-re they ar-re afforded ivJy nttiutiou' by Ih ?? vanquish) d inimy.' he snys. '.*? Ak f'r us,' he6a3-s, ' we deoidid, afther the victhry to light out f'v ijidyeiuith,' hosH)s ' Th' inimy had similar in t unions,' he says, ' but their skill has K...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE NORMANDY BARBER. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

THE NORMANDY BARBER, Their is a proverb which iiiMnuntps that ' tinv-.-llerrs' tali'8 ' aic- always open to siispiciiiti. Theiefore, we dii not vouch for this one, reported by a Paiis correspond, nt of the Pittsl;u--g DispHicli. (in tlie autliorily of b friind who ha-l just, visited Normandy. He .tells us that in a little village uptliere lie was shaved once bv a woman barber To moisten the soap she spat on it like a huot-black on his blacking. '? Iri thnt the u^ual way of making a lather ?' hr asked her. ' No,' re plied the toiiS'iriftl artist, '? we only do that with strangers. 1 hat's our regular '»?- ' al--^ Bn-- point' d to a sister burb.-r who whs shaving a p. bb ant iu an adjoining chair. Mv friend looked rout d ftnd n» a g'auefu' illusiintion uf the local fa^h i -n. 'Ihu other woman was spitting on the man's cheeks aud moistening tue b'U»h iu that way.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Brief Mention [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Brief Mention MrB: Bteath, M,F, for Wilcannia, writing to the Premier from' South Africa, t&jt ?. — 1 Thi» it i firtt-clast country, but Australia is good enough for m*. I will be bock iu Ma;.' An American trar roirapondnit tit* the right nail on tb* bead to claiming that, ?ihould the Boert succeed, South Africa would be a perfect nnlirable pliee for anyone vho ipoke the English Uuguage. They hate all Anglo-Salon) with a bitter, unreaioniug hatred that ii beyond deieribing. A Gordon Highlander writing to a chum in London, tujt, ' The Sew South Walera are all right. They bring something into cautp STery day, horeta and cattle generally, and occasionally a Boer. The former captures are much more appreciated by us, but, i couive, a Boer in the hand is better than two in a kopje— when the gum begin to (hoot, Messrs. Macs: and Austin hare purchased Cobbora station, Price, £ai,8tS Kenna's Empir* Minstrels at the Atiembly Hill, Kanomiue, on Monday night next ?Kmwomisje. was almoit ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE SHOW JUDGE [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

THE SHOW JUi'GB As a t- neml rule Th-' pni-r judge is n fool {To ihe mnii who does not get a priw), He hus no cuminon sense, Is flnipri^pgly densp,' As ,1118 ignorance all would despise. lint if you get the prize He is all that is wise And a better man none could desire, For his s. usu is imniense . i And his wit is iiiteuse ; His iuulligeuce all must admire! —The Colonel.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Stray Note& . (Bt Qojz.) ' Music hath charms, Ac,' is an old rhyme, handed down from time, immemorial, and no doubt in many cases its truth has been verified pro viding it was of a soothing natiire, and administered at certain intervals or for a specific purpose. But appar ently it has quite a contrary effect on a considerable number ot people re siding in the vicinity of Dandaloo Btreet, north, who affirm tley are grow ing bald-headed in their effotts to ap pear pleased, while listening at «n earthly hours to the persistunt strains of a mixture of string and wind in struments harshly discoursing *' What oh, she bumps,' 'True till death,' with doubtful variations, aud also a most inspiriting rendition of 'The Dead I arch ' thrown in ;as an en livening prelude to a graud final in tt/e shape of ' Soldiers of the Queen,' with full orchestral efforts ad lib. I have no doubt that a man listening to the mnsic for severel hours after a hard day''s work, feels an inclination to rise...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

The pptieral me-lical opinion is ih it p'ngue bicillus is not. to b-: found iu thf blood of a patient at all except iu fatal easep, and then only for ab ut 24 hours prior to death. It is never vasy Ui find it in the blood. An attack -f plague is a short and sharp one. Ii doi'6 not take weeks to run its cour.so as some other fevers do ; but the con valescence is a long one; the reasun being that the attack robs the patient of hiB strength, and makes it imp. ssible fur him to regain his normal condition until a long time has elap.-td. A case whioh should prove specially iiiU-rebtinff to the ratepayers ot iSHir.i minis was. heard at the Orange Polic-- Court- on Tnesdiiy, before the P.M., ' .r'J, L. King. The Inspector of Nuii-nnces for the Uorough of Kast Orange, prnci'i'dfd agains: John Littk more for snff. ring fi.tb to v. main on hits premisi s fur the epace «-f 24 hours after written tiotce hud beeu given him to nmove it. The Inspector stated that the fiith ooniplniued of was 1 nhb...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Held Over: Dubbo Show notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Held Over : Dubbo Show notes. We believe the attendance at ihe Dubbo Show on Wednesday must have been a record one. Kenna's Kmpire Minstrel Company lave b'-cn pi.ying every night tins week at L'ubbJ lo crowded honscB.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

Tin1 F»inicis'and Setileib' Comper jit v-- Atsi cation hiivr s. nt. or are t-idiiir the f- 1'nwiiig bLJpuients: — ri lit Voitipoin t*--k away 0500 bags, riliuut t- x «-iks si(!'n. * *J l.e Luck Nevis ( iand lbhi f-iiu.day wick with'5600 I ii|-f, aiid tiny Hti- now pnt ting 2000 1 Hj;s in tlio ( inilfl. In June noxt 'I113 ii,ti nd fcl.i] iin.g 7000 Lugs hy the Tonidou. 'J'ho Darling Nur.iriy was cstablibhcd I v the Idfu Mr 'J liuunih Shi-plui'ii in 1 ?j2','Li-ii.gthe fi.bt KuihtT,)- in Au: iriliu. It lms 3 .si pHS8.-d ii.fci the 1. .ins of Al.tsi... P. L. C. Sluplitrd i n I Sun, irceiii-uii'U nnd Nurcoryiucu if 202 l'lti-btitH, Sydiiiy, vtli.- are 1 iihii.n an ttiiiitly law biock i.f the (thn'ccnt ]ilt-iiib jn.d tiees. Th.' tinn 1 ;is jusi ihSiiiiJ h cauilo^ueaiiii guvilon I; niik-, \sli cli ii- p-Bkd fieu Iu ull aji ). Hearts. The Btsi rusTKU. ,A in'icc of fiiiiu.cl d. ni|n lied wiihChnm li rl.iii.'fc l'a.n Ii11.n1 nnd hiund on ti 1 suaiTicU'd parih i.-. sup n.-r 10 Buy I V**«t. Wlu...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

M? ? =— ? B SATUIAI, MAY IS, i£00. MESSRS. M. F. H n^-ebsi & Co., bare been fa\oui-ej with in 9fr .. .uctione from Mr. J. E. Donneily, |» . ; Cawnda, to si II by public ftriclion at *| X OYTfcLi/a HoTtL, OU SSXTUKDATj-MATi 19, lH - 5 Head Horses (Draught & Light). .j : Notice cf Application for Pub f \ ' licariY.CondiuoLal License '?? w* James' sher.. ood, of ? $ TiiiiLriihonpie, luarNarromiue -;.\ i .- i.ereby give. Dfiice that I di*ire to V - itaiu aiid will at the next Quarterly ;? ' Licensing Court, to beholden at Dubbo on tie ScvL'iiUtuih any of JU Y l Next, apply- for aionificate authoiis ;; ing the1 ' istue of a Publican's Con ; ' ditivna License, for a house proposed * - lo be erected on Suburban Port'ou '67, j, * Village of Tinjbriebeuf.'ie, to contain ?; ; six roomB, exclnsive of those required i ; for thence of the family. ; ' Dated this 3rd day of May, 1900. JAMES SHERWOOD. Attorney1: ' i ; ' Egbert liooth, Dobbo. WESLEYAN Sunday School Picnic. J Queer's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

HAVING-. .SpviTpd' His connection with GIFFITHS' B0S-, begt to announce to thp )Ji]lilio iliat. lu has now Commenced '' '. Business ou His Own, Etc. Beflroek PHcss for Teas of Stering Quality ;will be His aim . -'? ? -?&' Brisbane-street, Dubbo, a Trial Solicited - mllll 181 11110 Suits to measure from, 42s Trousers, 12s Od Perfect fit Guaranteed. A Larpe Asswiniciit of Patterns to Pick from at General Store 11i-:j)uctiqx.ix Selling Charges. OS -m\ aft-r the 1st. 1JARC1T, 1000, il. Cor.s;lidatcd Charge of Two-and-a-Kalf Per Cent (2i per cant) ?will lie t he rate for ?gKi.l.lM'J WOO], intlir- SYDNEY T-.IAHKlSr by tli3 Un ^r^gurd : I John Bri ge ar.d C'c. Ltd J. i 1 tujig ajid Co ,- u-tialaBian JKoDgage arid Agency Co, Ltd Iliivriioxi, Joiies aud iieviiu., L .d. 1. ill. Clark, and C». P;tstcral finance Association, Lti. Wiuchcc-mbe, Carson an-t Cd Ltd. Wyly. Tre:,chard. aud Co _, ^^^ WATCHMAKER ?-' 'iC^SftD % Jeweller and Optician' JSl^' Opposite Assembly Hall ^fcf% © ®eSj|/ J...

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FARMERS AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

FAtUfKBS* AND SETTLEKS' ASSOCI ATION A well attended meeting of farmeJs ai.ii-;t).. rs interested in agricuhnial ptmuiie was held, at the Cooncil CbBmt'tra, Wellington, on Thursday erei.iug labt, to hear the views of Mr. W. OKeill, of NarrcmiDe, and Mr.- J. . Perry, of Qnirindi, directors of the Furmers' aud Settlers' Co-operative Aesocihtion. Mr. T. Bmajmell was voted to the cbair, and in a short epiech introduced the speakers and called on MrO'Neill, who was cordially ?received, and gave a clear and Incid accon'nt of the 'farmers' and Settlers' AuBociutiou (which »sb started some eight oe nine years ago) and what it had done and what it was trying to do id the way of assisting those on the land. The Farmers' and Si ttlers' As sociation was a semi-political Associa tion and dealt with many matters. : Out of nineteen suggestions at the 1895 conference, eighteen were pawed into law— rnteresV.on c.p., exchange of lands, arifl re-appraJBcment of c.p., c.l, h.l., and s.L, aud ^he openin...

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A Tradesman's Bill. A QUEER SPECIMEN [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 11 May 1900

A Trjulesman's Bill. I A^QUEER SPKC1MEN. I An mti-t, who had £|iciit eevcifl] niontliH in u'p:iir:ng the |iri porties of in oH an i veiy 'Historical eJiuich pent i ? liis n c uut 'ii h lump sum, but the r'luvchwa'di'iis leius d to w-ttli1 with I iui until he limi uiven th-ni nil the ,l tni.r. -if t!.o woik he luid aoc.mi ]liNlie.i. Hu did bo, with the folio w- ii g result : £ S D Corrccteil the Ton Command ments ? 5 10 0 Litibellwlit d P.».t;Us Pihitu aiid fut a i .bbon iu his bonnut ? 1 0 0 Pu1 ft new in 1 f-i) the rooster of Si. !*? u-r, ai.d uieudt d li s cimili . . ? 15 0 Ke-jilunn-rf aii'l giliicd tlie Ifft wing of ihi Guiiidiiin Ai p-l 2 5 0 'Wnshed the Hfiviui of thu High PiifBt, and put cai inine nn his --hopk . 0 10 C 1 enewed Henwn, tidjusted two pim-s ch-niipd thr moon 3 5 0 I'c-niiiuiaitd tie fliimtti of Purcatoiy, und m-toieJ miuU ? '. 7 6 ]ic-\ived thp flimi'S i-f H-.11, put a new tnil on the l)--vil, minded Iii- Kit hnnf aid did MVeia! job.? for the damueJ ... 4 16 3 ...

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