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JANUARY 28TH. (Before W. O. Neill, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

JANUARY 28nt. i Before W. O'Xfill, Enq , J.P.) Barnard Hughep, drunk and dis orderly, wat- adujouibh.'d and dis charged. „ Jnhn Mpoiiin-ll.i-nni-Hni)nr-.-h:irg', was oIno ii'dniuii^lHil Hud d'si-hargi-ii. JANUARY 30m. (Bc-fore W. Ki-iHth, Ksq., J.P.) Willimu Lanjt'on, charged with Iv. druiik mid diMirdcrly, wan disuliHryi'd. P.ir hnviiiiT tiM'iJ nlwi'iie l«iif!imsn- hi- win. tini'il 10,-. tit- 48 licuFB. The fiuo whh pa'd. ? JANUARY 2?th. (Bi-forc h. S. DotialilMiii, Ef-q , P.M ) John Gilchribl pk-ndi-d puiily to » charge of furious driving in a public street., and was tlm-d 20a and 4a 10J costa. Fine paid. P. WmidB v. It. Silk, Assault. Settleit, (lef.'iulaut nayitig all costs. Mr. Dambi'r for plaintiff II. Cart ur v. U. Bi-ll. Failing tf- -ri»o iintid-of travi Iliiii; stock. Settled tint tif nmri.di'fi'iidiiiit pHVinif ciiKts. Ch.-iili-K lt'h 'Ih v. J.ihi'i Ci-well.— AinMtin't cIRiini'i) £l,li»laui*i*iif wasiw. Vvrdict . f..rplainiiff for £1 with 4s 1 0.1 co-Ih (?-?nfi Hnii iiii' ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHARLES DICKENS' VISIT TO YORKSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

CHARLES DICKENS' VISIT TO VOKICSHIKE. / Few of our readers will be unacquainted with the pathetic story of poor Nickleby's education at Uotlie'-oyg Hall. The original' of this famous rebort of learning is situated at Bowes, some rive miles from Barnard Castle, Yorkshire. It is a channing old hall, J built in the uuiquitouB grey stone of the j fells, and is frequently visited by pilgrims I devoted to the works of the inimitable autuor. in orue-r to aaequaieiy ue&cnue tne scholastic work of such teachers as '? Mr. JSqueers,' Dickens paid a special visit to Yorkshire, and was said to have made searching inquiries iuto the condition of several boarding schools then in existence in parts of the West Hiding. The strong pub lic feeling aroused upon the publication of ' Nicholas Nickleby ' resulted in the sweep ing away of many abuBcs in connection with tho conduct of private boarding establish ments. _^^^_^^__^^_m_m_ Lady of the House: Bridget, didn't you tell me when yuu came here...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. JANUARY 21st. (Before W. Kierath, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

Police Court. JANUARY 21er. (Before W. Kierath, Hsq., J.P.) John Waters chiu-gcd with dronken iiees, vvhk se ntc nci'H to 24 liuurs ' without the ii|ition.' Hurny Ki iniffiy, drunk and dis ordi-rly, Kineil 40« m- si'vcn riaj'S. Jnhii Cuiii.i'li, oiunk Hiid dinordi-rly, ^4 hours ** withoui tlie nptioii.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW PRISONERS SPEND SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

HOW PRISONERS SPEND SUNDAY. Few people can form at all an adequate idea of what a ' Sunday in prison ' meaDS. It may at once be said that as far as tho ten ents of Wormwood Scrubbs Prison are con cerned, there are thousands and thousands iu the outside world who pass the day less pleasantly. Situated on a lofty elevation in a most healthy district, it must be, in mull BnnnM. a vnrif uhln l.rnnf. tn tlin&o nriK. oners who only pass about a fortnight with in its walls. By the permission of the Prison CommiBBioDers, in company with a few others, I was allowed on Sunday (writes an 'Echo ' contributor) to enter through the portals of this splendid building, to be pre sent at fJie service in the chapel, and to ex - amine ' the male portion of the prison.' Received by the Rev. A. W. Baldwin at the gate, we were introduced to Captain Price, the Governor, and late Governor of Knots ford prison. After passing through certain formalities in the Governor's room, we were taken by the Cha...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

(I BTEET FRIDAY MOUSING. $ ( ' H« l Liaoi avd Dailt Incmsm # -- * # I ? f

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

I Subscription: I 5 ?? .-? f f PRtt QUARTER, BOOKED, 61. 1 1

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

THE TESTIMONY OF £STHER SANDYS. BY ROMA WHITE. CHAPTER XII. '. And what of Esther ? How had it come about that JoHiah had had no word from the woman he had married two years ago in the church at Lancaster ? TUiB is what had happened after her recognition of her first husband, and - surely pity can excuse her for her silence. After the storm she had slumbered uneasily intn *Un mnrainn nml whetl ftlie AWOkfi. Humphrey, fully dressed, was standing look ing down upon her. She stretched out her hand to him, but did not speak. This was, just then, the effect of physical exhaustion. The intense shock which she had received had left her in a condition of nervous lassi tude in which mi.ud and brain shrank mechanically from any further taxation of their powers. ?' Are you better ?' Humphrey asked her, still with some anxiety. ' I am quit* well.' she answered, calmly. She would hare spoken then, if she could, but she was incapable of the etfoit. ' Do you know that everything is packed, and tha...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

'T'l GRIFFITHS BROTHERS ^ f |» j] ? C LIMITED .W ,11 By Special Appointmeut to jyJHacR- flis Excellency tht Governor. J^rWL Jl TP A ^^ _ _ / The best qualities obtainable, only' jiure wvf whol«wme' Teai-j fT « 11 ImMO \ atocked, ami every leaf guaranteed for Quality, Furity sml ¥»-*B.. i Et II' ___ f Out Imimfiattain *if CoBee compita ths Fi'i»st» hub the worn -»'iiroliK». Hr» i Rt I A^F'IPPP'O J «i»-taoil«upply-iil«*.fr»m«iM'iW«-J«iijr. with .he till of axi- -n«' «MU and we in j mfc I til #&? 6' r* IP' 5™-% 1 *ele«in..' « ii i-r.|«niir. -n- aro enabled to tlvt that eaiirfwtion wbioh hu gained for our; ; Bj II Wll Itoal**1^? lo-ffum Mich a ui.li mid aratityiiig K|-«»'ion. ' K II ^k ^fc.'.^ - _ . .^ f There «r* many dlifcrent kinds of Cocoa. Wa manufacture and -d» U «^#^^*^\ A CJ— J ?uo»»y thsm »H. The PURE EXTRACT, the HOMEOPATHIC COCOA, KOLA SIGNAL § VSgflfaggfifr 534 GEORGE ST., oPp.To.aH.,;SYDNEY. WehaveToa'vi-eour cuBwixufa int'iii -iivi,r.;s-;t'aai ?tr. Bell is uot n w ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Active "Marm." [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

The Active 'Harm.' In a certain church, within the en vlrons of Sheffield, worships a school mistress, whose authority is often called into activity during divine service. A few Sundays ago she was horrified at seeing- a grandfather, who had brought an unruly grandchild to church, extend a long and bony finger at her, and say Hist ! There's tha' missus,' La»t Sunday, from another parent, came the very audible whisper, 'Miss ? , please look at May, she is a naughty girl.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

The tolul amount of ratr« oollcctcd to 28th Jauuary, 180S, was £114 4s 7d, Of.thie Biiiount tlie North Wiml piiifl f66 lfB 5d, and the 8outU Ward iiil 0§ 2a, the Kortli Wurd liaring contributed £19 6f 3d mote Uuatbe South,

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Clever Device. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

A Clever Device. A Bristol doctor has devised a clever way of dealing with a patient who won't take enough exercise. He gives him a pair of spectacles which he bids him put on when about to commence his daily walk. The patient sees, as be thinks, a couple of pretty girls In front of him, and gives chase, but he can never come up with them. This goes on until the patient walks all his fat off and ie cured. Ot course the pretty girls are painted on the spectacles.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

SHOULD *lio owner of the BEOWN MiEE (light) left, in my paddock on Walkby Bpringi, about October, 1805, for agistincnt, by Duvid Floyd, not rtlciue same within oai i-'oithfrom duto she «ill be aold to defray cxneusci. JOHN ROBINSON. Fob, 3, 1899. BiiAss Band. |S MKETIXG of those itHprestori tfSW iu Uio fji-jualinu of a BKA.SS J AlSLHu 2-'iir!OLuino. ntu l-fqutytvrl t'i i ? ml n jicf,iiiig tu LolmW at Heli/p i:xciUMUK H.l.!., f.:» SATUlliJAY luV£HlH a HHX.V, ai 8 O'uU fc Sharji. CHA.R1.KS BASS. 6. D. RITCHIE Stock, Station &Land Agent, NA.RROM.INB. Agent for Goldcborougli, ilort & Co. WlicKt l?nyer for Brunton & Co. Municipal District ol Narroiniiie. 7!ic followiug uomiuatiom bave be n re ceiio: — Fob Aldbbmes — Noetu Waed, GEOKOE WILLIAM UHM.. nominoted by Messrs. E. J. Dongbi-nnd O. II. i!:its. Also, by Mesirs. J, L. Wbeeler Biid U. ' A. Gunuiiig. Sourn TTaro.. JULIUS THKOnORK KIF.HATH. no«ii tu.lid Ijlh. Will Uiirrimd D . G. 11. 1W! ii'iIh. J01IS MiOKARD WI...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Danger of Ambiguity. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

The Danger of Ambiguity. Said the old fish to the young fish : ' There ie a man on the bank with an artificial fly ; now take care of It' ' Oh, that's all right,' said the young fish. ' I have told you already,' said his mother, ' that you had better not stay here. Come, take your hook.' 'Unfortunately I have done so already,' replied the youngster, while Jie was being landed.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Old Way. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

The Old Way. My dead fcove came to me, and said— ' God gives me one hour's rest To spend upon the earth with thee ; How shall we spend It best ?' ' Why, as of old,' I said, and so We quarrelled as ot old. But when I turned to make my peace. That one short hour was told. —Stephen Phillips.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spray. Parliament of Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

Spray. Parliament of Ladfei. Ot ail the substitutes suggested for the House tif Lords, in case that august ob struction to raah legislation is abolished, the most original Is that which the Eng lish women suffragists propose to inaugu rate. It Is to be known as the Parlia ment of Ladies. Lot it not be supposed that this 1b a Jest. It is taken— by Hie ladles themselves — mtwt seriously. No less u. person -uibji jnrt;. .&araJi v^ranja, ui ' Heavenly Twins' fame, has allowed herself lo be interviewed on the subject. She is an advocate or the project ; but she is not Bo positive about the way in which the changn? Is to be brought about. She says -, ' The meVhod of abolishing the House of Lords, --nd Inaugurating the Parliament of Laujes, J leave Jo the wiseacres.' Perhaps we had better leave It to tfiem, too. ' '.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"HOW DO YOU DO?" [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

' HUW VU YOU DO ??' ' The salutation ' Hinv do you do V ' ex plained a State Department linguist, ' is general throughout, civilisation, tun'.igh Americans boil it down more thnu any other nation i»i their one word. .'Hoivde Y The Frenchman, to express the same idea, haBto use, ' How do you carry yourself ?' The German says— lhat is, he uses German words which mean — ' How doca it go to you ?' Likewise, the Spanish, ' Coino csta usted ?' which moans, ' How do you stand ?' The Chiuamau, when he wants to say, ' How do you do ?' uses words which mean ? How do you run along to-day '{' The Italian is al most in the same fix, while the Arab UBes words which mean, 'Do you stand or do well V The Portuguese says, in his own words, of course, ' How's your good health now 7' and the Indian goes a step further, and says, ' You look well, do you feel so ?' The American's ' Howde ?' is as expressive as any of the others, aB well as the briefest.'.' Abridged History of a Courtship.— Met him— met h...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Nautical Lay. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

A Nautical Lay. ?? Now write me insianler a nautical lay I' The editor said to the poet one day. 'A nauitlcal lay !' thought the poet, aghast. i ?' J f«el ' all 9t *-oa' whon I think of a maat '.' He went 'home, and got out pen, paper, aiu3 ink. ? And tapped at hJs forehead until it grew pink ; And then, after pouring- some ruin dowji hid throat, This is the nautical lay that he wTOte :— ' The gxwxJ ship Miranda her anchor did weigh : Tins pullets on board didn't look very g-ay, Hut one ot them laid a big- egg ev'ry day !' And llm was the end of his 'nautical- lay V

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTURE OF BRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

CAPTURE OF BRIDES. Until the middle of the sixteenth century, Christian marriage consisted of two distinct i-ereiuou!^ , j,he Jbetrotb-i * v=r _„..,„ wlilcn wercfollowed at a considerable inter val sometimes extending to two years by thn benediction or complete man iage. Sonic of our modern marriage customs are relics of primitive times ; for instance, the throwing of old shoes after tlie newly married pair is a. remnant of marriage by capture, when the bride's relations threw Kt.nnrK and or her miniiiiea after the hrin** groom as he rode off with his captured bride; tt-c honeymoon is a relic of the enforced se clusion in which a captured bride and her capturer lived after the bridegroom hml se cured his wife ; and tbe traditional hatred cf inotliKrc-in-law is merely the survival of the old feud between the bridegroom and the i bride's family. J Groomsmen are another remnant of marri- j age by capture. They were originally the j biide's bodyguard when she was pursued by her bridegro...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Broken Ideal. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

k Broken Ideal. Mamma: 'Anil so he complained of your biwjuils, Jiil lie V Well. 1 wouldn't mind ; you will noun learn to make better one.', and then jnu will pleane him.' New Wife ; ' But It Is not that, mamma ; I don't mind1 IiIh finding fault with my cooking. Hut to think that love, which I sup[-osed was a sentiment of the heart, is only an affair of the stomach !'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Burglary. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 3 February 1899

Another Burglary. Still nuotliir imtiftet.-ted robbery to be added to tlie list, which nlrcudf nut formida nble cnuugh lo giro A'arrouiiue quite an ttn enviable iiotoi'My, without Inning to record the Llisl ojiL-raiioHs so successful ij carried out at MtbL-VB. Kiirstk, JSritju & i«i pru EiUt-e liirt Simihij- morning. 'J ho modus Oi'EUAJiDI «c» simplicity it«r)f. The til eroi bore « number of boles in tlie lower right )i .ml jwiii-1 of die front dour unit puali tlio p.uu 1 iiv, put tlici liundt to I lie bottom bull raibi- it, niid llii' tiling in ilane. Oiwe inside 'iif biir);!;n* ujvsue ttu-ic ft'louioui jilam with rapidity. KvUi-utW.lhe lay of the «!o.-k lut ««vli eiivifullv t.iki-u. »bi1 fome £4 lor £iiO nf *tock. iu (Ik- thnim of t bai-co, removed' Tolwct-o istiiivlvu, Kfip.rtiillv, from ilt com pnnilhv suiull buio alii gr«it value, its easy convi rtibiiity into uiiidi-ntifi bit* parci-li, and tlie nuiiy i-ti.' it ii Hires.. Jt is not jo mucj our di-firc lo dii-cuo. tliio...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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