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A WARNING TO HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

A WARNING TO HUSBANDS. Married men whose wives love them should be very careful when they leave home ' on business ' to write and telegraph to the partners of their bosoms and cheque-books, i-lsii it may befall them as befel a friend of He. Rioil easy man, started oil, on business of course, and omitted sending home hU welfare an-! whereabouts. His wile in .111 aguny followed him to the village liu had announced his intention of stopping at. She arrived late. She knocked up the poBt-oflico people only to learn that her husband had gone out to dinner at a eertuin house. She knocked up tlie people of the house onlv learn that her husband was sleeping at the'hotcl. Wus her husband there ?— He was. Which was hits room, as she would go up to him! The boots thought that hardly practitable, as there was somebody sleeping with the gen tleman. An angry woman, a dash up a flight of : F tails, a door burst open, a double-bedded room, one couch continuing her husband— ' the other a bachelor fli...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPEN LETTER. TO ALDERMAN WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

OPEN LETTER. ; to alpf:k^ant walckr. Sir, — No -iijn{' -\iip-,i r-.n res'! my [ last letter to Ui- 'v!ny-sv y.-n fu'Iv ex pected, bacefl of (???nrw nn pnst isppri ence, that 1 wniil'i sihv-- koiiii* r°ii)0'-ks \ to mako ab.'Ut yi-nro'-lf, nmi yoa wi!i i not be disappoint- 1, f ?.?-?? Ui:r.-'s bfi-n a j duel among ye f akiog untc' ftn-1, wit'i ! the editor's iievmission, faith he'll ' print cm. vvben yon first Jinnonncfd yoar intention of brcoTO;H-jaca!idiJnte for a!-3ertnan?c honois, vonv eleotirm waft a fovogo'.ie ennclnsi'vs, yoar nil miuistrativp. ability nse.haifrnnn of the Proitress Gommittee Ufiiig ptill frrsh in tho memories of tli-- peep'-*. After i yonr election, arni dunsig ihf- earlier meetings of tha Conncil, ihore fier-mn-] to be a dis position or thfi part of c-r. tnin of yonr brother aldermen to nv pose yon toothnud rail, not bo Tnseh from any conEcientions do«bt »s to tho bona fides of yonr various propositions as from & mistaken notion, acquired from sources...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KRUGER'S RELIGION AND ITS TOLERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

KRUGEIi'S RELIGION AND HTS TOLERANCE. I Kruger's illiteracy is another curious factor of his character which is woith our contemp- ' liition, and one which upsets current theories as to the value of education, for there can be ! no doubt that this ignorant peasant has ex- 1 hibited statesmanship of the highest order. I That he can hardly sign his name the ! laborious autograph reproduced under his I portrait testifies. He confines his reading i almost entirely to the Bible. It is the fashion to call him a bigot, but the following story proves that be respects the opinions of others :- ?' Dr. Leyds ... on being offered an appointment in the service of the South African Republic, raised the objection that he wan not of the same religion as the Presi dent. '1 don't care about your religion,' was the reply, ' Po long as you are serviceable to the State.' ' His toleration, however, is linked with earnest conviction: ' Dr. Joriseen and a friend got into con versation over the development ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Municipal Council. Tlio ordinary forfuiclitly mperinij of the. Council wan Iiel'l on Moudny pveniop in tlie Council Chambers. Preepnt : Tlio Mayor (Alderman J. Nplson), and Alderinen Bell, Walker, Gumiine and Kiurath. ^ The minutew of the previous meet ing wore read and confirmed. CORRKSPOKDESCE. Prom the DpfiBrtaifint of Lands re Council's application for a site for a Town Hall, intimating' that, as it ap peared tlmt tbe Council ib divided in opinion as to tlie bi»t position for tbe erectiou of a Town Hall, and there is no present intention of erecting a building, the Secretary for Lands lias decided that tho question of petting apart a Bitu be deferred for the prrsent. From Railway Department inrefer encntr tke extension of the railway plat form mid tbo wid«nir.g of tbe cross ing gates at Narromine, srating that tlie matter had bnd connsiderntion by tlie CotnmipBioucrs who . regretted that thny conld not uno their way to cnmpiy with the rrqnpst nt present, lint would look into Ihe...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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KEEPING COOL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

KEEPING COOL. A goad story comes from tile Windy City regarding a well-known San Franciscan, who is now a pilgrim to the ' centre of the uni verse.' Mrs. Dr. Cool went east a short time since as a delegate to the World's Dental Con gress at Chicago. On arriving at her desti nation she made an early visit fi the fail grounds, and as usual with sojournetsin that seductive place, found upon leaving that she had spent all her ready casli. On her way back to her hotel therefore she stopped at a bank to have a cheque cashed. As usual, the clerk informed her that she would have to be identified. As Dr.Cool was a stranger in a strange land she found herself in a dilemma. She presented her card, but that would not do, when a brilliant idea struck her. Flushing a beam from the diamond set in her front teeth upon the clerk, she said, ' Please look in my mouth.' ' Another one gune crazy,' thought the clerk, hut he complied with the request, looked astonished, smiled, and paid the cheque, for on...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Vagrant Notes. Tlror»3ny lnrt Vicing Anniversary Day fte VeRraut jiiny lie permitted to retrofpcrl a little. Gre.'t o.'ite from little ncorns tpringj the veriest trifles, irsfpnifiennt in themprlvcs, Wfy, nnrl have, shaped dcslinirs, overthrown fly!j-stVii. und pl-yed pcrernl confusion with bnriies h tberto ronsid- red fixe.i and insirov nb e in tlnir severiil orbit*. When Cnptnin Pock, of p'ous air! limeiuiee niemorv, first set U!» KrgliMi e'od foot on .Australia, the thought never Btrueli him, or if it did, no record of it '»» e»fr fi,und in his logbook, that iudirrctly bewnnpnlling into bring th^t jaoft delerlnble of «1I spots on the eHrjh'B — notilic rant — surfoc', the goodly town of Nnrroniinc. Us hopes an fears, its immeuee poedibilitice, its wercliant princes, it* bpsy trail b.i'Ib ponderous inirEt, and its hard-woriing tildermcn, were, »b far ns he Wde concerned, e'ilj cradled in the inyeterious womb oi the future. For many, many years ffarromijie wdb. 4o 1bo foelro polis, ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE FLOWER BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

THE FLOWER BATH. One of the latest whims of women tvlio can afford to indulge llieir whims is the (lowei- bath. Suppose a gill wishes to take a rose bath. .She put s a. quantity of roBe pctalB into a bag, and pours boiling water Hullicicut lo cover the bag over it. The water is allowed tu boil hard for ten minutes. It is then allowed to cool, and is poured into the bath, which must be half full of blood warm water. Tho bather remains quietly in this lor fifteen or twenty minutes, anU sus pends the thinking process us well us she possibly can. It is alleged that the treatment if pei sis ted in two or three times a week, will put the body in a healthy condition, and give a glow and softness to the skin. Its fragrance makes it delightful. '

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

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THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

I THE TESTIMONY OF ! ESTHER SANDYS. BY EOMA WHITE. CHAPTER X. The landlady came hurrying from the kit chen, and her huBbanu had to tell her that the fishermen had gone out even before he repeated Humphrey's orders. She lifted her hands, at the news, with a gesture of des pair. ' Poor souls— poor souls! They'll n«ver lire in yon sea.' '?They are tine men,' said Hamphrey. r'' 'Aye, Hue indeed !' echoed the landlady Kg\ She took Humphrey and Esther to a clean RK'- but somewhat dreary parlour upstairs, -with iSsV; a bedroom adjoining it. There she lit two pip caudles, which guttered dismally in the BPJ draught; und then engaged in an explosive JSjJv encounter with a spluttering tire. The wind »i drove the smoke in frequent spouts down the jfjK chimney, whence it oozed slowly, a blue '§§£-?- ghost-like presence, into the room. Esther, |Ri however, cat down beside the hearth, and gS-- flung her wraps on the table. She had an ap ipc prehensive shuddering feeling, as'if some fcS* great dina...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

-fKf GRIFFITHS BROTHERS ^' 1 j | a I ',..,' ; *' uaniTCO. | j jj=|& ty Special Appointment to .jPSkSS. Hia Ek0011*''? the Governor. ? ! jSi -fit HF*f-? S €5 to a / ^e ')e*' -ln&''t't» ottainahlp, only pnro nn-f wholi«om» Teat I { ^ 'yH ? fc»l»^*Si» I stocked, and eveiy leaf guaranteed lor Quality, Pui'JSa and Velue. j ? . I '.^l ? — , ? __ / Our Importations ?'f Coffee ciinp:i»5 His rii!Mt»fRns the World cB'priytii'». W-1 i , -»J ^rtl?SE?ffO J rwwl Mid .imply Hire* from «i'ir Mill* daily. With the «M ol exi.-'ri*1 rJiill »ud rare ir, i i *' -'S';( /f^^&jff^^ft. A «?% f There arc many different kinds of Coens. Ws manufacture and) : fen , Biriff'fl fl @ a J »-:'pply them «l». Tite PURE ESTUACT, the HOMEOPATHIC COCOA, KOLft I i ? AH J UWwUMS 1 C9£°S. UtiLTEO COCOA, and CHOCoblTE. We only aak comparison! j SIGNAL i^Vkt&g' 534 GEORGE ST.,opp. row» «.„. SYDNEY. T 1 ?S'e liave to Ef'viteotu1 customers iatM3 district that T.Tr.B3Ui3 not nv$7 in our employ. On...

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The Pounding Act. A SERIOUS FLAW. EVERT FOUND TO BE RE-GAZETTED. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

- The Pounding Act. ? ? y ?— A SERIOUS FLAW. EVERT POUND TO BE RE GAZETTED. A fewdi'screpmicius nrc being gradu ally discovered in the Cousolidatiug Acts, and it. npjxurs that Lere and there the pvowrbiul coauh and funr may be -driven through item. The most notahlo instance ib in connection with the Impimndius; Act of 1888, which, as consolidated, dots not pro vide for the ooiitiuuauce of pounds then in rjc:stt'i:co, although the con tiuaaucu of tht-- puuudkcepers iu office id carefully provided for. Lately tliis flaw came nuder the notice of cnuutry magistrates, who in consequence die missed cases brought bi iore tiiein -'under tha act. The Minister for Jus tice immediately obtained the opiuiou of tbe Ci'own law officers ou the ques tion, -who upWld the decisions of tbe magistrates. Tlie practical effect of this decision ia that, legally speaking, * no pound exists iu the coiouy uutii it 'is re-gazetted. Actiou has, therefore) been taken by the Stock Department, s circular boiug se...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Re. Parks. TOT HE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Ke. Parks. To ins Ebitok op thb ^aheomi-t; Kews. Dcnr Sir, — X i-ottccd in your columns lately (list (he Municip*! Council of JiVirroniine had made npplicati n for a park on the southern side of the town, and I must certainly com mend them for their croYavors, for I think in ihe formation of n rew town it is quite neces sary to 6tcure a reasonable ariicunt of land as centre! -s possible, instend of waitiue i-ntil tho heart of the town is bu;lt on and then have to tale the only avnilablc land which tho Minister Jine control of, and which, in all probability, would bo firunt»d to the extreme tiorlli, s uth. east, or west of the townslrp. I trii't, sl'ould thry be successful in eeeurinR this boon for the puVlie benefit, tbat prenter attention will be given to keepin .? the plncein poo.1 or er. I nm ofraH, should tliP~Min:iter foT JjmdB happen to p y us a visit and be tliown the evowi!i of-vrrAa.inrluAingii grana dinplnr of Ifatbiml turrg.in ourpreEentp^rt, he would ijiform n« -h-it one...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Official Correspon dence. The following summary of official correspondence has been sent ub by Mr, T. Brown,. ALP.— Alagala Receiving Office. — It has been decided to establish a receiving office at Alag ila, ou the Narrominu Daadaloo route, to date from the lac February. Trangie to Farrendale Mail Service. ' — Respecting application for establish ment of a mail service between Traagie and Farrendale, on tLe Narromine Waterloo ionte, inquiries show that presant traffic do not warrant the ex pense of this service. The question will be reconsidered when the Boddah country has been made available for settlement. Corradgery School Building. — Tbe tender of Mr. A. E. Austin has been accepted for the erectiou of a wooden buildiug for school purposes at Cor radgery. Bogan Gate Telephone Line. — In accordance with previous promise to deal with the questiou of constructing a telephone liue from Parkes toBogau ?Gate when the Estimates had passed, tenders &re now being invited for this...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Henry Lawson. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Henry Lawson, Henrv Lewfon. tho Atistralinn pnet nnd ftortteiler, shortly leflvrs his native land fo pppfc s better r. turn for his p n worlt in Ijondon. Tn the 'red page' of a recent BnutTts he onlmrdem liimtrlf of hia opinions on a rcricty of mhjeets, mostly bearing on the etrugelcs of « literary worier t innlre both ends meet in this country. He fwbis to Iibvh had an exnerience little lese (U'conrnping than Fenry Kendall, whopit'ir tieallv -wrote of the 'life »\istore' of the ?'man 'f letters' in Au5trali!i. But Henry l-wson be^sn bis lifer.-irv career witha heart orerunwiiip with l./re for the toiline multi tuJe. mid his rrrpe whb intencely. sincerely, and ptt'pionntcly iVninpr-itin. It was more ; it bTratlied ilie spirit of revolution »s the only nvtliod of redr-fs fi-v the wronpa of the worV.rs. The yo-mp poet wrote lite stirring Bevies «i'lmut wi«h o* bopc nf reward, but wi h til- Inii'sl i.'rn o! :n-pt-nvirp the social Mi inilre'rinl eovd:t:onf . f M« rourtrnr.cn. 1 ifdTiiie...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

A Magistrate's Opinion. ** Proves C!ements Tonic A Genuine Remedy. The Case of John J. Fitrpatr:cJ-, Csfl., J-P. IFromOie ' WhuUur [X.S. »'.) OaUtta.*) -£T OCR £I';.CIAL liKPOBTSB.) Mr. FHzpatiicl; jsonecf ibe oMcsl Mid best-liuowu roEiJutaof iY'iuJ&or. Funnerly Inspector of PoSSoe, he lias long niuct fjivon up that position, suid now lives iu icti.en.eut nl Windsor. A reporter from tlie OaziUe. ufl:,.'* ijo*.ice-l iu the drAwiugroara teuti.'nonisla »:i(l illuiniimttJ ad.heEaoa cleuily allowing the respect ia wlilisli he was liciii '-y liotU the men under him ami liy local reeiieots. Our reporter quest soaed Mr. i'lUpatrfck ibout liib ill;ie»» &lA cu:o, »ud w&s tavuuv alJy received. 'lsu.Tcrc(l-'ropiiiiJ Mr. Filzpatrkk, ' from many thiugB, though I believ* thewa Buffer iu^s were tint oil 6jinpUjiii5 cf gua aud th« 9aoi« disorder,' ' And tviitix wa» tilat f ' Liver complaint-, uu-l couip!lo*t*J ty .icurttl6i*. ihul Troubled Me a Good Deal. Neuralgia is but the...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Discontented Man. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

The Discontented innn. There was once a man who was always -liKContented. No matter !iow things wore done, he always found some reason fur displeasure ; lie was never at a Ions fur an objection. .At length he died. Some time after tin; discontented man's death a frlond of hiss had a dveam. He dreamt that he died and went to heaven. The magni ficence of the heavenly courts was lie yond the heart of man to conceive. The walls were made of the loveliest Jewels, the floors were of pure gold, and the magnificence of the eiiy and Its inhabi tants was unspeakable. The mind could not have conjured up a scene of greater glory and happiness. Ag he w#!ke,d about among the glisten Ing Uiront' In their snowy robes and crowns of gold, he suddenly met him whom he had known on this earth as the discontented man. ' Ah, my friend,' he said after their greetings were over, ' now you have the desire of your heart The cup of your happiness Is overflowing. When I look around and behold the splendour of h...

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NO PLACE LIKE HOME. A HOUSEKEEPER'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

NO PLAGE LIKE HOME. A HOUSEKEEPER'S LAMENT. One day as I wandered I heard a complain ing. And saw a poor woman the picture of gloom; She glared at the mud on the doorstep ('twas raining), And thiB was her wail aB she wielded the broom: ' ' Oh I life is a toil and love is a trouble, And beauty will fade and riches will flee, And pleasures they dwindle and prices they double, And nothing is what I could wish it to be. ' There's too much of worriment goes lo a bonnet. There's too much of ironing goes tu a shirt: There's nothing that pays for the time wasted on it, There's nothing that lasts but trouble and dirt. ' In March it is mud, it's slush in Decem ber, And midsummer breezes are laden with dust; Autumn leaves litter.in muggy September, The wall-paper rots and the fliit-irons Mist, ' There are worms in the cherries, and slugs in the roses And ants in the sugar, and mice in the pies; The rubbish or spiders, no mortal supposes, Aud ravaging roaches and damaging flies. ' It's sweeping...

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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Comic Cm tii iigs* 'What did tlie phrenologist say when he examined your humps ?' ' He said that my wife had a very ?well- developed niuscle.' First Boy (early morning) : ' Guess we had better begin sweepin' out.' Second Hoy : ' Wot's th' use. Nobody on th' streets ylt.' Between my lady's smile and tear, Tin- April shower, tin* May-day rose, Is jusl a trilling tiling, 1 fear ; In fact, a dainty HUle «ose. Tried.— Mrs. Hector : ' 1 know what kind of a temper you've got-' Mr. Hector : ' I don't doubt it. You've tried il often enough.'' ' How is it that you are mill a bache lor ?' inquired Cags. ' 1 don't know,' said Taggs, ' unless it's because I never mairled.,, Maud : 'Tell me, Fred, what are tlie Inns of Court ?' Fi-ed -%vho really doesn't know) ; ' Tlie Inns at Couil ? : t)h, they are where the banisters obtain l heir refreshers, of course.' ' Doesn't Mrs. Noowoman strike you as a person of remarkably decided opinions ?' ' Naw. She can't make up lier mind, apparently, whether she ...

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HOW THE DUKE REMEMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

HOW THE DUKE REMEMBERED. The late Duke of Hamilton, who, it will be remembered, figured in the pages of Mario Bashkirtsett's diary as her tiret love, had a curious way of remembering events. He coupled the thing he wished to bear in mind with turf occurrences of the Bainc jcar. This habit once led to a curious admission. He was making a large claim against the estate of Sir. Padwick, and there was a. preliminary hearing in one of the rooms of the court. The questions and answers were sustained on the following lines throughout: ' What year did your Grace's mother die ?' ' 1 don't re member the date, but it waB Blue Gown's year.' ' Do you remember the month V' ' Well, the weights were- just out for the Lincoln Handicap.' The Bride : Why do you stay away from home last night, Fred ? The Brute : it must be the result of the habit acquired while courting you. ' They say Duiuicy's wife rules him will) a rod of iron.' ' Oh, no, that's an exaggeration. Why, she can make him jump by merely ...

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