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Irish Stew Made with Beef. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Irish Stew Made with Beef. Ingredients : Two pounds of beefsteak, two onions, one carrot, potatoes, salt, pepper, and water. Melliod : Cut the beef into small pieces, put them into an earthenware jar, with. a pint and a-half of waler, onion's, carrot, pepper, and salt. Stew in the oven for an hour; lay .some pec-Ud potatoes on top of tlie meat, and replace the jar fn the oven for another hour and a-lialf. This is an excellent Ptew, and economical as well.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Table. Beefsteak Stuffed and Roast. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

The Table. Beefsteak Stuffed and Roast. Ingredients : Two pounds of rump steult. one ounce of butter, two dinner rolls, a. slice of ham, 4mj- leaf, minced parsley, tvro shallots, two cloves, two blades ot mace, and a fow mushrooms (if obtainable), yolks of two eggs, milk, and stock. Melliod ;^Melt the butter in a fiying-pan. add tnn ham, bay-leaf, pars ley, shallots, mushrooms, maoe, and cloves, anfl let them cook gently for live minutes ; then put liall-a-plnv oi lien slock to these Ingi-edientB, boll for twenty minutes. Meantime, soak the rolls in milk, squeeze them dry, put them in a stew-pan witlt a gill of stock ; when this is absorbed, strain the liquid from the frying-pan over them, and set by the fire. Add a little butter and tlie yolks of two eggs. Have ready a thickly-cut sttak. season it with pepper and sail, lay the soaked bread on It, and roll the mtat tightly ; tin with a string, and cover with buttered paper. Hoast before the lire or bake In Uiu oven, basting cjii ffl...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mark Train's Latest. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Mnrk Twain's I.alcut. The latest stoiy of which Mark Twain is the hero was told to Dr. Walter C. Smith, when he was in the United States and n guest of Twain's, who tmilod him ' right royally.' Just at the lime a movement was ou foot for the erection of a statue to the discoverer of chloro form. 'But there is an obstacle iu the way,' said a member of the memorial committee. ' What is that V' calmly inquired Mr. Clemens. ' Why. don't you see. chloroform is said liy'lhe Jiritishor to have been discovered by a Scotchman, whilst the French claim that one of their countrymen found out the drug,' 'Oh, Dial's the case, is it V' answered Twain. ' Then I would surest Uiat both Ilsm'es lie erected on one jieilestal, with this in scription on it — ' Rtlier* !'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Works of Necessity. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Works of Npri'Utly. It was a hot Sunday afttu'noon, anil during the sermon si mail in a siuock i'rock, .silting in the gallery ? over t lie- clock, every now and then leaue.il over to see the liiue. After some tlnle tlio irri tated preacher could stand It no longer, and exclaimed : ' I beg to inform that, man who con tinues to look at 1he clock that it is twenty-three minutes past 4. and I shall liavodoue my dreary sermon in a minute or two.'.' ' If you please, sor,' enure the unex pected answer from the gallery, ' I woru't a bit tired o' your .sermon, but the cows maun be milked.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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£4500 [?] a Pair of Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

«.13O» Pni i fr n l'nlr of Slioen. 'It would surprise most people,' said a West I3ud (Tendon) bootmaker the other day to au interviewer, ' to know of (he huge sums which some of the richer aristocracy spend on shoes, aud especially on slippers. Only the other day a countess, whose ? name is familiar to every one, had a pair of slippers made which were decorated in a picture pat tern, like a pair of worked slippers, with precious stones, 1heso being largely rubies, emeralds, and 'diamonds. The, result was exceedingly beautiful, but the cost, was over £4500. It is quite a common thing for .slippers ornamented in gold threat! and jewels, aud valued at from one to one thousand s?iitiii-:is, to be supplied ; and many brides on their honeymoons are furnished with even ordinary boots, shoes, and slippers to (In; value of £200 or so.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The "Fashion of the [?]" [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

Tlie ' I'hhIiIou o' Ihr Ifoom.' A servant girl happened to be engaged at a farmhouse* where the mistress was known to have a rather hasty temper, flu tin- Saturday night the girl was (old to clean, (he hoots :ind shoes fur Sunday. Coming iuto the kiidicn a .short time afterwards, the mistress, soeinjr that the maid bad cleaned her own boots first, was so enraged 11ml she threw them into a tub of water which stood near. The servant made no sign, but when all the boots wore oloau sh« also (linen- tiiciu iuto the tub of water. 'Why. whatever possessed you to do that V' gasped her mistress in a fury. 'Oh, I just ilioeht it was the fashion o' the hoose !' the girl calmly replied.

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

Interesting lCjciK'riiui'iuii, A suburban Iranian- line leading out of Paris has been the scene of .sonic in teresting experiments in propulsion. IJhdornentl) 1ho body of the car nre steel tanks or reservoirs (Hied with air with a. pressure of about 1501b. to the si]iiar-- inch. At starting, the air has a temperature of about SOOdeg. Fahr. This passes to Hie motor Hint furnishes (he power. The consumption of nlr is about .'trilb. per mile on grades, a ml 241b. on level truck. The weight of the reser voirs is the main objection to this form of power. ? After nine years of persevering effort the advocates of Social Intercourse in London have prevailed upon the School Boards to .grant the use of the school buildings every evening for Social In stitutes. On the ground floor working Inds will be Utught the necessary branches of a secondary education ; the liist floor will lie ilevoled to the social nueds of men above 22 years uf ago, and the second floor to University. J3x I ension lectu...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Remarkable History. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 27 January 1899

A Rrmarbnbta *H»loiy. . It is not always^ the 'nosers.' accord ing to Mr. Foster Watson in ' Ata lauta,' that biiiift the students in our school examinations to grief ; it is often rather the easy questions. Sir Walter Raleigh is, it appears, a fav ourite subject of what is known as ' scope ouestions'1 iu history. The most remarkable accouni of Sir Walter ever elicited from an examinee in Mr. Watson's experience is us follows :— 'Sir Walter Raleigh was a very great man. He went over aud discovered America ; nnrl when ho bad discovered America, he discovered Virginia. ; he discovered the potato. And when he. had discovered the potato, lie discovered tobacco. And when he had discovered tobacco he turned to his companions and said : ' My friends, be of good cheer, for we have this dny.in England, lit such a flame as I trust, by God's grace, shall never be extinguished.' ' Look ing to the vast and steady increase In the consumption of 'the weed' since those dnys. says the ' Daily News,'...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Short Story. A Cycling Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

Short Story. A Cycling Adventure. One of our readers, it well-known cy clist, in the Northern counties, sends us the following account of an adventure lie met with several years ago. ' He writes :— Three years ago I was ' do ing'' tlie Kits I ('oust with no otlier com panion hill uiy bleyi'le. One morning I rode from rlridliujrton to Hornsea. I was not inn cli enamoured with tlie place, iini] late In rne afternoon I de termined to imsli on towards Wlrhern sea. I stn.vod a few roiumes at Aid borough, uud ngain resumed my journ ey, The weather, Uad all along looked iinnromifiiiiK. and after a time it as sumed such a threatening aspect that I be^an to consider the advisableness of returning to Aldborough. I did not rel isli the Jdea of turning back, so I in creased my speed with the object of reaching WUhernsea be-fore tbe storm broke. A quarter of an hour later I regretted my decision. The ruin came down in torrents, and there was no 'house or place of shelter to be seen. I was sud de...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

NEW S(in)ii}€r (foods ?? 0 ' ? ? J. J. Jlerbert & Co yyAYE just opened np tbeir uev» consignmeut of Summer Good*, c«ub\U *3» ing of the Latest Novelties in Muslins Zephyrs Prints Cashmeres Lustres Serges Alao, a Choice Asior'ment of Millinery, .ADIES' TRISTMED HA.TS, the very Latest! Leghorns, Sailers, Ga'atcas (boys and Girls) Breep and &un stats a 3peeilitii. — ' -0 — — — r.J. Herbert & Co Are Agents for all kinda of Machinery, Pianos, Organs, Sewing SfiachineB, and Bicycles. Also for Imperial Fira Insurance Co.. Ltd of London Capital £i,500,000 THS SPACE 13 RESERYD FOR 6. WALLAEC'S NEW ADVERTISEMENT HERE YOU ARE ! To order from 55^ Trousars from 14s 61 AH Hind Made. No Factory Work. Ugf Note t'n \1 lrj« W. fehn&en, tJht ztreade Hatlor, 9hrrsmix2. WHEAT. WHEAT. WHEAT. ? TREE STORAGE. ? Harrison, Jonss, Devlin, Ltd., Sydney Arc now prepared to rc-ceivo Uio New f»»st»i'e Wicat, and to cnab e Farmer* (a r^iiiise the beat possible results, effur .FREE S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

a Remarkable Curl Many Doctors FaSL Anaemias Genera! Debllltv A RADICAL CURE EFFECTED. (S-f Sytvy 'Hwtitt Kim? H/S/M.) (BT BVK UfXliX SKTOBTEB.) Mm I'.uthhT, of 09 Crown-itmt, Sydney, luivii, j ln:«n tuicd of A Danjj^raut Complication ? ?i *:!meiitn l.y CUinwti Tonic, and lliij i--. vi-i(j cosiie to our eon, «ur repnrter was - p .-.'ia.! ! y i;ni:iiii^tjinied to wait on tint la-ly '.-{ ohtnla (roin her own lipl * d*t*ilgj r. '^miut ??{ her vase/ Mis. U,i-bby leccivej the newspaper mail !?; .;t UiiJ.'y. 'I siiuuld imieo,* henngrat.e r.il,' til.! stated, 'it I witlihetd from the i;.,: U iliit wlult biaiuryof my ilLtui ami Uosv I Was gnWrely Cured hy Clwrasut* ? t»h1k, ' **tjr Irjj'ug in vain -Bl^uy -rm^ Is « e,i i r,i .|,y oi.ulor*, «]io Envc oio i:p »- ju.-.uril'a ; i;j ,'i-A, I likve oltOJi lh'«g:i» cf ft~iti;i,- tt. :hi Ji'piri -iiiyaclf »Wt ii, itilIi tlifi hoj.t li.it ovuer Tifomen, -? h ?? »r iiiffriiuj «j I .lit fur yenn, ini^ht Ci _?:«?.:?.'» io Tonic eavad m«| «Bc- «v..;ll *i...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Too Confident. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

Too Confident. When Mr. Gladstone was a young student, he met with an amusing dis aster in the examination-room. It was when he went in for his ' Smalls' alt Oxford. 'What books do you take up?' the examiner asked of him. 'It Is immaterial to me,' replied Mr. Gladstone. 'Pray examine me in any, hnok vou like.' Then the examiner grinned an ugly and malicious grin, and produced a cor rupt and crabbed chorus from one of the less read plays .of Aristophanes, and In vited Mr, Gladstone to translate It. He could nut do so. No one could have done'ao who bad not eeea it before, and the result was -that Mr. Gladstone was ploughed for 'Smnils,' and was more careful when he tried a second time.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

$atz$t Mdliqence (BY WIRE.) Sydney, Thnrsrtoy. A phnot'iier »ffray ocenrrpd -h?8 morninjr nt Paddinefon. A mnn, sup pn-pr) to be nnmpd Michael K'pl?r called n- a hnnsn in Catneron-Rt . oeenpipd hy Mm. Onw, «nrl rpqiipstpd to nee the rw-rnms, Minn Miriam f ly'nn. aee3 S? roflvR. Tim two conrprRodl for s *Wfc time, when the lnt.t«r wan «oi3» ^niiivenpH running nwav, i»pr'»n--n(f-. Atihti fnstnnt lipr rsomnariion firpd at ht-\\ n-ithnrtt -»flUp(. ; ho tljpri firP3 a ercoinJ cl,o(. ntid thp ladv fpll moTtally wrn^p^ inthnhwiV. Thp wsn thpn ptinf. !i-'tnoplf, fulling Jn th* frnnt. t^ttth with fi *-nllpfwf-t!ni? in thp right bmnafc. MifiB Flrnn snp'nmh'd nbnnt an honr *»*t/-rwari3B. Kellj'e condition ifl criti cal. Thpw are no fWJi 'flereiormflntfl fn rPEWnl to the Oatton or Ox ley tra Pfpflipii. It in prolmblo thftr T)r. G-Wp will lie -Wif: with ns an nccpRoory l»e*or»» the fnch in connection with the Yarra tniiTPti?. Thn Cntiferen'V' nf Pmt'cffl in 'till trttmr-''nw w?tli *Vip finwnc'al...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

BRIEF MENTION. Honry Laweou havos bis native land for Louiiun. The reporters telegraph Uint Gation Uurjiess is prejirshcasiii'. He must ha sort.ittiiiug iiko tlip phuut'B in '» breach of promise chsc, or the imil party in a divorce suit. Lord Kitchener has become tlie i first Governoi-Gt-neinl -if the Soudsn. This position is fiuly second to the Viceroysliip of India. A photo of Mm. A.mbro6e, mother of ; tho Y«rra viciitn, repeals her ns n liaudsome wouian, in cvouiug riirsn. Ar.d shfi is r.ow runfinetl on a eJinrpo cf vitgrntiev-, in ovJcr to - insure lior ; : - sobriety at the pniico court. The third wau in ihe Bnrraba tragedy, for ilieir pan in which Leo end Cummins were excenh-d, was recently identified in the Mudgee dis trict. StarJfto is the name of the latest British hero. The Samoa n busir.eps gave him an opportunity to prore that there was somediiug iu bis uatne after all. Tho agitation np.iinst. tho tflclicfi of the Civil Service lioard is spreading , ? rapidly, and the re...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

Vagrant Notes.; For the first time in the h -story of New- Sooth Wales, of late years at least, our rice regal representative will be a single man. If the reports so far to hend ere anthentic, and there is no reason to doubt them, we are to be congratulated on the choice made for oh, especially as his Lordship is miiu mi Mime. b« a social entertainer, ibe principal Btid perhaps onTy function we looHJor in onr Governors. In any case' Ihe appointment, like that, of our Agent-General, cau only he a temporary one, witb. Federation so close at hand. *,# At certain seasons of the year citiienp, otherwise circumspect and orderly, are seized with an attack of oacnethes ecribendi, a disease that mnst medical authorities agree must he a), lowed to work its own care. By the enstora of long usage iheuewspapera are allowed to be the dumping ground for theup effusions. At present the ques tion of whether Australians eat too mnch nr too little ment is being dig. cussed in tho Sydnpy papers. Our co...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A LIONS LEAP AT A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

A LIONS LEAP AT A TRAIN. To do battle with a huge mountain lion, seven feet in length and 2531ba. in weight, on a tiestle at night, is the tJiriJJing experience that has just befkllen Edward C. Depew, an engineer on an American railroad. The tierce beast leaped at the engine, and narrow ly escaped crashing through the window of the cab. Altogether the episode was one of the most exciting tuat a railroad man has ever experienced. Mr. Depew's statement said: I was tbe engineerin ofcarge of Engine No. 219 of the Great Northern, which was attacked by a monster cougar, or mountain lion. I was pulling the overland passenger train going east, and as we were a few min utes lute we were trying to make up a little time. After we had left Lowell, and almost two miles east of thereabout half-way across a loug trestle, my fireman, George Lawrence, jumped down off his seat box and came quickly to my side of the eigine. I noticed a startled look on his face, and, turning quick!)', asked what was t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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OPEN LETTER. TO ALDERMAN GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

OPEN LETTER. TO ALDERMAN GUNNING. Sir, — At the outset of your candida ture for th-- position which you now hold, 1 may tay, I think, without nt. due flHitrry, with credit to y.-nnwtf aud i-aOiHCtiosi to the ratepny-rH of both wanih, h luiimr wae circulated to llie ? ffect tlmi tlut accident of your being a civil t-er^Nnt, ua- likely -o hiiuiptir you in yiiir frwdiir-- as nu udit-iiiiHii. The ii Milt has once iiimv proud dmiie riHiK.iir to In- a Inn-, for liurtug.yonr MdincipiiJ '-m-c r tlure has been no ln- inhtM- of the C-itincil niolu fi'al'lifcs in hiri ji.Jvoou-v nf ueceH-ary inuasuren, nor mid moi-i: plain hpoki-n in oj)|)..,-iri.in. Tin.. kuu-Aledgo you hl nil iim.h display of ihe ftuiiicipiiiiti. h Ad, proves inu t conclusively, that, m yoiir il^i-p Muriy of iboBC- suysiertoiiH pai-Hgr»)tlis you huv«-, fi'oui fi fciin.g «f veji'-!it*it»ili)v most creditable tu yon, tuicriti^ed ymir own luitiure fur thu lienerii of your Idlow uilizens. Wire your size, nu.'i I say it, hir, wit...

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A MONKEY IN A HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

A MONKEY IN A HOTEL Hotel keepers have their trials. A lady who lives in a London hotel is fond of animal pets, and lately bought a monkey, which she introduced into her apartments. The monkey, though pleased with his quar ters, was anxious to look further. He *i-- served closely the habits of his owner, and noticed that when she touched the electric bell the door was presently opened. ' I will try that,' said he, and when oppor tunity offered he put his thumb en the elec tric knob and kept it there. When the door opened there were five bell hoys outside. The monkey dived through the mob of them, and flew down the hall, hotly pursued. Hard pressed, he noticed an open transom jver a d«tor marked thus : 'Bath.' He flew up thedaor and through the transom, leaving the baffled bell- toys aghast in a group out side. Instantly ensued a splash, fallowed by a piercing shriek ; as the door Hew open a lady, scantily draped in a bath towel, hurst out on the dumbfounded bell-boys and fled scream...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

SMALL DEBTS COUST. L. Nosonovsky v. 31. McCormiek. Goods sold aud delivered, £1 16s 8d. No mrvice. Same v. Jan.es McHonnngh. Goods Bnld »nH deliveied, 11s 9d, costs 5s. Paid into court. \ Swine v Richard Lloyd. Goods F»ld and de.livei-.-H. £6 15s 6d, costs 14s. Verdict for £7 9* fid. Same v. Thomas Tapp. Goods Fold and delivered, £6 19s ,6d, costs 6s. £1 paid into court. Verdict for £0 5s Id. thirties S. Ramie ?*. Kiernth, Ne'finn and Co. Unlaufnl dismissal. No appearance of plaintiff. Case struck out. Mr. Bamber for defendants. Elias Obns v. George Buvkett. DUhouored cheque, £12 18s 6d, cunts £2 4s. £9 12s paid into cor.rt. Case adjourned till next court. Mr. Bam bet- for plaiutiff. Joseph Nojafm v. W. Aldous, Claim, 2s, conts 5s. Paid into court.

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PULLED UP THE TRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

PULLED UP THE TRACKS. Any Army veteran in the Custom-house not long since was fighting his battles over again to a number of interested listeners. Among the narratives was one told of the the capture and subsequent release of a pri soner during one of the spring campaigns in Virmniji. It waB a simple enough story, and the eld soldier terminating it said, ' And ive told him to git, an he got.' 'He made tr.iclis.did he?'remarked one of his auditors. ' Made tracks !' replied the veteran. 'Well, I guess you never campaigned in Vir ginia in the spring. Why, sir, Ihe mud was bo sticny that i-vciy lime he raised a foot he pulled the truck up after him.

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