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Josh Billings's Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

.losli BillinesV Philosophy. Hevenge Is the koward's courage ; for giveness iz the brave mini's revenge. Friendships kan be divided principally into two kinds, puppy and old dog. I kan trace most all ov mi bad luck to bad management, and guess mi nabors kan ton. I don't know az i can tell now which will weaken a man the most, to flatter or to pltty him. Tu kan make money with one hand, but it takes both to hang: onto it. Thave iz two kinds ov kufioslty, the ufiepliull and the Idle. We owe all we hav got to the fust one, and the' best thing the other ]\az ever done for us iz to make a whissell out ov a pig's tall. I don't kare how divine a man's philo sophy tnay be, i£ be an't got money nor klaws, he will starve to deth in this world. ' - ' Yung man, don't ?work for nuthlng ; ya kan't make money, nor- even enny rcputashun. bl it. ? Fortune luvfl to be assaulted ; she never gave a whinclng cuss match ov enny tblng yet. It iz IJie things that we overlook, not the things- we- kan't find...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Met His Match. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

Itlol Ilio HI:Hcli. Life a.^sinanfle agents have hpcome prcw-rlilnl for their persistency and '? push.' Business men. lo whom min utes are precious, sometimes find it hard to treat them with civility. One man, however, an iron manufacturer, has found a way out of tlio difficulty. His nn-tliod is thus described by a canvasser who has had a personal experlen?e of it :— I had heard that he was a hard cus tomer, but, as he was rich and unin sured, I nimlc up my mind to tackle him. So T wont to his ollice, and I must say tlint I was greatly surprised at his greeting;. It was friendly, and (?ven cordial. ' Ijife assurance.' ho said. ' Well, now, that's a subject tlr.it in terests me. Suppose you come witli me out to the shop. I've got tr- go nut there, and while we nre 'there you can tell me all about your company.' He took up his hat and badp me follow him. As we went out of tlio offlco T nollceil Hie clerks smiling, and I dare say I was sniiliiiR too. The proprietor walked hurriedly, an...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Short Story. An Emotional Paralysis. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

Short Story. An Emotional Paralysis. By W. J. LAMPTON*, in the 'Detroit. Free Press.' My emotions— inp.-iiilng by tlmt thoue feelings of the heart which tend to nmi:i- a nijin sop nil women ns tin.1 only per fection of creation, and some one wo 111.111 ns tlio asKi't'Siited perfect ion of all women— my emotions as 1 was altoiit to say, when I iulerrupted myself, ure utterly paralysed, and have been since -li-- Htli day of last September, at h'fteeji jiiimiie.s after ]l o'clock a.m., custom tinie. At that hour and for several hours, previously, I was in tlie net of spend ing my summer vacntion at a dellhl fully quiet auO reliivil resort on the Atlantic coast, where, also, among n number of oilier forliinales. were Mi*s Kulh Allen. MisSi Myrtle Morton-such a sweet name, tliat, 1 used to think -- anil Jack- -Foster, the b;uio .of. my exist ence. tiu-] iue paralyse)- of my eniotious. Foster was a dashing fellow, wliile I was merely ii- dashed fellow, and be c;tuse of thai, possibly, 1 w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

V Bad Congested Liver And COWTINIJED :HEADACHL to- the neecu-n. T!:c Csso of iVIrs. H. A. Temple (Front ?h*, '? Gumrirdtlmnt Herald.™) ? (in- -.^r. pitxisi. REroilTKB) : A RRro&TUt fi-vin t''--! Cnm;Jv lioutt ITtraJd, iinvipg » ear^I cf n li.or'1';,!! c«n? in tt Sad Case cf CsitKcsic** Ulwor1 sun! irt!iei coini-!i-.ivtiniw Mi-,iiin tii^rcfrom, iss H,.i!t-ii »»r» ' lii'^ |-ni:--r.L, Mit. M. A; T'j'«r!i', l^i*.pV.tllMvn, uoat- jjydnuy, and l^'lUCiWd !l-UT4i3 l« i.iT illiK.-SJ ?? V'vs,' tiU.l Mrs. Temple, in answer to a q'xs-joti, ' ooiuc iu H-..J 1 will tail you ull iiX.Mlt it.' ' JIow i!s3 j'onr eii-kuesa begin, Mr». Toiuple ? ' 'A l.aj coH, CftB!ii;-J Uy getting wet Tl(is Booinsd t-f- sttt'e n,au my Jiveri tar, cborlly ufU-twai-iin, I :vts Seized with Panrful Pat;;3 in the tack auil »i:'o Tl\e p^ia, «^pevialH' ;ior':,'ii:.i,r Mrs. rmnjile, jilaciii/ !,tr imaS oi licr riulit si-le, ' was so iuttiiixc tltat I jrrtauod nloml. Kvcry ni;;!it 1 i\6:!tfl3ly liiincd uml jun eJ iii m...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

Sjdiiey Mems. Prom our Correspondent. Tae coming second referen. timu on the ? Constitution Bili will b.- ?liampiened h ? ft'-idi(cs as well as Sfirtjufaus.'- Tho Lsb irih'es and the non-Fdd^raiists will oppoaa thj aacept ^ .ayjeo of -lia 13ili. The prospects of ;j«:ty are therefore particularly roseate. Bat Foderattonists must not -.'?n-r«fd tlio Strnfffflp fcor- nVinfinlc ,,„ I :: -gient .+.0 jn!i ewy possible vote. -. Confi :i!H-- is a gooi thiajr; bat .-vrtr ooijD ; n?.-- tH* often provad disastrous. Lst-piui-totV electors rennnib?r that it will h-- i proud privilege to assist, at thcs oirth ...»f the ktastand ouj of tjw greatest of Comoiauwealtlis. At the ti.-st Reference tho JBartoiians otoni hiono for Oie Bill, and pr-i!ol a Eiai.i-.iy ci ?ofee. The minority was ma'ie 'is: of Rcidites, Lxborifres and no-Biuitrs. The first of these throu elector;,; forces will now be adled to ihe Btri j;.iaa ooutingeot, sa that, on pap:r, tit* re^ed Bill seems entitled to at j.casi 100,000 vot...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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COFFINS DISCOVERED IN A SEWER. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

COFFINS DISCOVERED IN A SEWER Some extraordiiary discoveries have been made in a Parisim sewer on the site of an i ancient church comccted with the Convent of the Mininies. Two leaden coffins have beeu found, datim back to 1630. The bones that they contain^ were covered with white crystalline spaujles. In one of them especially the cavity of the skull was con verted into a ma;nificent geode, strewed with white ncedle-shaied crystals arranged in clusters, and haviigaiength of over a quarter of an inch. Thise crystals were formed by a bydrated phosphate of lime allied to the ' matabrushite ' of mineralogists. The per fect tightness of the ratlins showed that these crystals were formed at tbe expense of the corpses exclusively, and that we have here a case of automimialisation. It was the benes that furnished thi lime, and, doubtless, also a poiticn of the phosphoric acid. The de composition of tie brain muBt likewise have furnished phospwric acid, as the majority of the crystals wc-e ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

To tbb KnrroB or nnc JTisbouivz Ksws R;r.— Permit no. Mr. Editor, to d-sw nttention io i*h»t may be oon p^orp^ Bn nrp.pnt, want bo far aa Vnrrominp in /?orrnrn''?. Sooner or M«- -ro w-ll »Ma».1?o», Urn an Agri pi^nrnl, PBRtnrat tr.* Horticultural So« p»t, nn^ -whpn tr-«ti»nei arrivftsfop dniffr ro nu »},„ »nTfa»,»o OroWn Lands will bp foM. nnH thn Onmmit.teft wil! V confront wi»h th» difRp.nlty ol Tf^ro'-infF h mi*i-h}t- bH-». Either th» G^vprn-npnt will wi-ant onn vnry re m''' from the t-y*ri\. or it wil! have tn hp rnrpViftnod nt «rmut OoRt, nnlPRS, T-'rhfirm pnmp patr'n'totTvnsaiail !iko Mr O'NTe;H phonld bo tilwral woagb, to dnnntp n p;to- nr {t, },p flO]J for a ?''minnl pnn*i-1prnt!r-n «nfth (U tha To^n Hal Ritn norv off-rpfl by Mr. ''NniJI. and nt rtrp=t-nt nider t.hftcovi sidemtinn of *h' Cotj?io-.I. I wonld rppnmmPTid Ihn Connril. nt once, to 'pnlv to Gopprnmcnt for the grant ol * RnifnWp pit*1. Ofrfnit tn » prn«V nriifj- r.^Trrti«ement», w«' »r» oMiwS to hoi.1 crer »»T-'ral...

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ON TOUR IN THE PROVINCES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

ON TOUR IS THE PROVINCES. P.K., a proviicial actor, writing to warn stage struck parsons from embarking on what is a inos: precarious existence, aajs: ' Thi-y have no idea of what we acturs have to go tliroagh. It is well-known that a pro vincial travelling company with a large re pertoire is the btst school for a beginner, but how few are acquainted with the trials and tribulations one has to undergo! '? A small company with which I have been playing has lately been disbanded because there was really uo ironey to be made. For three weeks 1 played fur no salary at all, and then found myself stranded when the com pany broke up. two lundred miles from my home, with not enough money to pay my railway fare. I bud to leiro a new part almost every day for weeks, -and before the curtain went up every night I was obliged to appear in evening dress and conduct the audience to their seats. ' Then again in the morung, preparatory t» moving on to another sow?, all the actors had to join hands a...

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Timbriebongie. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

Timbriebongie. A team from tbe local C.C. jour neyed to Woodlands on Saturday last to play a match a-?aiost the C.C. at that place. The Woodlands represen tatives had first sne of tbe -wicket and succeeded in making a score of 71. The Timbriebongie men scored 179, Sherwood going in first, again batted right throneh the innings for 107 not out, A. Holland also playing a sound innings for 43. A splendid Inncheon was provided by Mm. end the Misses Webb, and was done full justice to, and I can pay that any team who wien for a good time rannot do better than wet the Woodlands cricketers on their own groniid. Following are the scores e W-kidi.*sP3— 1st Innings. A W-bb, b Ivs ... ... S R. Rhnmack, c Cameron, b Booock 7 S. McVicor, rnn out ... .. £ J. Baker, c hherwood ... ... 0 Q. Shomack, c Sherwood , 2 W. McPherson. b Light ... 29 J. Thomas, b Bullock ... ... 9 J. Endp, not out ... ... g Arthur Wnbh, b Light ... '„ 4 L. Wehb, c Ivcb, b Light ... 0 S. Webb, c and b Light ... 0 Sundries .....

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A REMARKABLE BEARD. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

A REMARKABLE BEARD. The most wonderful beard ever seen in any country, is worn by James Keith, of Calri well, Texas. Mr. Keith was requested to state the full length of his beard, which he wears plaited and done up in a silk cloth under his shirt - fiout. AVben unbraided and combed out it reached not only tu the floor, but swept back nearly two feet, notwithstanding its owner is a mail of ordinary' stature. A careful measurement showed it to be a little mure than seven feet in length. Mr. 13am urn wrote him that he was nnxiuus to see his remarkable beard, and uttered to pay the expenses of a trip from Texan to Mew Yoik if he would visit him. Mr. Keith accordingly made the journey to New York, where lie was the guest of the great showman. Air. Keith in but forty two years of age, and this wonderful beard is the result of twelve years' growth. There is a clergyman in Australia who charges for the performance of the marriage ceremony accordi iig to t he weight of the par ties— a penny ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

ELECTION OP MAYOR. There was a full mnptmir of alder men nt ihp Council Chambers on Toppday evening to rleet a Mayer. Th« minnte» of the prppiona roeot ingwere read and confirmed, after which the election was nrooeodod with. Alderman Walker eaid that he re gretted not being present at the last meeting of thp Connci! when reference was made to the Mayor's abli? occa pancy of the chair. Ho did not anticipate any reference of tbe kind heine made that night, as it was the neual practice to refpr io these laat tpre at the elrctinn of the new Mayor. However, ha fn'ty rndorsed the re marks that had been made in refer pnep to the Mayor. He (AM. Walker) b'»d bad thp honor nf nominating Aid. ?NVWn for thfi position of Mayor at flip first filp.p.timi. and h' had hud no ennpp to rpprpt it. It bbr thp bnst p- nrep tl»- v c.nnld hav» nflopt'/!. nnd thp Mavor lind piv^n ontirn s»t?-;f(ic- t.ion. notonlv tn thp OnnnPil lint also tn t1i-» ratppayprfl. Hp wns not »!iprp tn flflffpr or Fiffc pnnp AM. ...

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MR. GLADSTONE AND HIS FIRST ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

MR GLADSTONE AND HIS FIRST ELECTION Mr, Gladstone often referred to liis first election at Newark as being among the most exciting experiences of his life. ' I have never worked harder, nor slept bo badly,' he said to a friend not long ago. He was a young man fresh from college; he had high hilU of difficulty to surmount; hin name had never been heard in public; ana be was ex pected to wrest what was regarded as a safe seat from a popular man whom everybody knew. Hiu want of experience; his father's relation to the slave trade; the great popu larity of his opponent, all told against William Ewart UladBtone when, as a young man of twenty-two, he solicited the suffrages of the ' worthy and independent electors of tho borough of Newark.' But Mr. Glad stone had made up his mind tu win, and it is significant of his eloquence and powers of persuasion even then, says a writer in the ' Temple Magazine ' that he succeeded in changing the political character of Newark four months after he had...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Municipal Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

Municipal Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. At noon on Monday the official declaration, in connection with the Municipal election, which took place tn Saturday lest, was made by the Mayor. As is well-known there was no con tPBt in the North Ward, Alderman Bell havinp had a walk over. Tho content on Saturday vras for the return of a candidate for SontV Ward. The candidates were Mr. J. T. Kierath (tho retiring Alderman), aud Mr. J. L. Wheeler. As predicted by this paper, the con test was exceedingly keen, Aldeman Kierath being re-elected by a majority of two, the voting being i — Kierath ? SI Wheeler ? 29 Informal ? 2 The Mayor said he had mnoh pleasure in declaring Aid. Kierath elected for the ensuing term. Aid Kifrath bri-fly thanked thp ratepayers for electing him, and hoped they wonid have no cruho to Tegret having done so. He was glad to see ibo fri-ndly way in which Mr. Wheeler molt lti« defeat, and, in tbn ahsp.nce of that jrontleman. he (Aid. Kierath) *isht-(t tp thank those ...

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MORE THAN ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

MORE THAN ENOUGH. Tbe late Senator Stanford used to tell a sood stoiy to illustrate the weariness he felt at the eternal prolongation of debate on the tariff. ?? We had,' he said, ' a Quaker neighbour when I was a boy among the stony hrlls of Albany county, N.Y., aud he kept every thing in apple pie order around liis nl.iee. Hiu pride was his stone barn, next to that liis house aud other smaller buildings, and then his splendid stone -rails around every lot on the farm, winch was H large oife. All this stone came off his place. Kvery spring his boys were put lo work early with I he cattle and the stone boat hauling rock either for fence or for some building. One j'ear the old fellow decided to build a new and larger spring-house for his milk, and the boys and cattle went to work hauling stone for it. ' One day Cephas, the oldest boy, came in to say that they'd got stone enough hauled for the new spring-house. ' The old man put on his hat and went out to see. ' ' Thee thinks that is*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

^rpR^FITHS BROTHERS -^ ~= S.^ -SBaE^^''' ? ?^???????unw. i^ i i. »y LIMITED. tI^X E' Special Appoiutment to .^^^^^g, Hh Excellency th« Governor. y^' J^i 'ii' ii~-? f\ vf* ta c / ^!ic fe68* qnalitira oljt/iinaMe, only pure ftn-f wholesome Teas* ?^ 1%B *?' U--'''-W ? I EtoskeJ, au.l ewry leaf guarantctfd for QoalHy, Purity juid Value, [ I I'iA *^ ? ' ? ??** ? ? ? — ? — ? — ? j 1 I':' -^ ,-_. ^m,,—..-—,^. _ _ ? f Our Iinporfations rf Coffee cnmp.JM lh» Finei»tnnan« the -World «inProlHM. VT«i i {v^ ^^^F^H^JGrS^rfF*1 J '»'?*»'« »»Pl':vJt«rKl.lrow-MrM.Tl.*iny. With iho »SJ of exv-rW -kill and rare in i i ? J'Vfi .1 /3-v /SIN /^Sv /*»,. /a y*^ T T(?er? *re '''» different kinds of Cocoa. We manufacture and! 'i --'M i.\ 4--?*:-%£4J-/ -*Ora 1 COCO.I. HtiriJ COCOa, and CHOCOLATE. We only ask comparison ! rTT'- 'J ' ? {. 1 «:- ^ . v~ ... »?? .? ?? ??»?.. ~™~_ V with the Imported article. ? i ! £ic;:u. j* feS5%£?3S2- 534 GEORGE STMoPp.T™ ^.SYDNEY. | i V;ci:r,v3 to a \i v.--\;v cus^-^riki this di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

?^v^b' *^^*^- '^^Ss— ^fe-^b- ?4te-^tat'1^^'^^ i A i a PER QUAUTETl, BOOKED, Cs. /- | 1 ]► 9ubkhed | - I EVERY FRIDAY HOSKIXO. j? 1 1 r { I HiUB & IJAIUJEACT DaH.T IW3!E»SBSO \ i I ', — - CrecntAnos. — s £ ' 1 -? la m m m » » » ? ? «? ?? » ?» s

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A MILLIONAIRES BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

A MILLIONAIRES BATHS. The most wonderful baths in the world ace those built by Adolph Sutro. in San Fran ? uisco. The grand cliffs have been tunneled, that the watera of tbe Pacific may Sow through a succession of canals into the reser voir where it is naruied; and thence into the enormous tanks The batbB are more than twice as large is the largest of the famous old lioiuau batls, and Mr. Sutro has tried to make them V beautiful. Twenty thou sand people cai sit, stand, or promenade about the tanks, *hich are arranged for every ! pt'isible set of bithera. j There are cold baths and hot' baths, swiin | iniug and divine baths, baths for children and beginners. The largest tank is two hundred and settfity live feet long, and one j hundred and fifty feet wide. There is even I a fresh-water talk, supplied from the water works above. The place is lull of beauty and colour, with tropical plaits, and rows of growing palms; while th'ough the glass sidewalka. tlie ocean viuw stretches. The bui...

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THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. ; (CORYRIRHI.l :_ BY ROMA WHITE. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) Esther moved forward with something ol her old buoyant impetuosity, giving Lewis no time to reply. The road was quite deserted, and tbe notes of the distant bandB Bounded faint and far uway. She thought that, by quick walking, she might yet over take Saranna Gibson. Lewis, with bewider inent upoa his features, Btumped behind her. He had some tendency to asthma, and lie wheezed and whistled like a grampus as lie followed her up the hill. lather Imd not walked for more than a quarter of an hour before she realised that any attempt to overtake lhc scarlet petticoat was practically hopeless. It nimle a little Hp»t of colour now against the greeu slope of it hill to the left, as its wearer climbed a narrow path. Bather stoofl still and allowed the old butler to come up to her. ' Are you tired, Lewis?' she asked gently. 'No, ma'am. .Not in any wayB^articu Jar.' Lewis was mopping his brow and labour ...

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OPEN LETTER TO ALDERMAN SMITH [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

OPEN LETTER TO ALDERMAN SMITH Sir, — Ab yon arft donMWn w»», in all agftrppatinnfi of men, bo Oic number six or sixty, there ar' certain indiviMnnlf, who be the mer* forrp of cirenmstoncos quite apart from Rnr inherpnt ability of their own. aro forcpd in thp front wherp. rorket 'JVn. thpy hluBB for awhile till tlwir brief ppr!o-l nf illumination ha vine pa-sprd, m%ne!it is !«.ft hnt a cimmprian dnrlt nouR from which they necfir atra''n pniprtre. Tin*, sir, your Mnnic'nal ca-ppr timrn'Ren tehp of ulnwrrprnwth. and 'like mcxt things tbnt mainrp slowly, irinre lfli»tinp, po thnt. w!ir-n yonr Onnnnerif: aro iwonlilerifp in that rbsmrilr from which *)i» most | ^arenriipn like ratppaver will 1ip«itB»»- i to raiso. -hpm, rnn will titiH he tsl(-w'v and mnirfitlonlty rpvoiving in ypnr Mnnfc'pat orhit n very pnu amonrr the V'SBPr plarirln. One feature of ynnr -wn-!net,in the Cmocil I h^ve ffe qnently poticpd with wonder not, on tincrd with envv, and that is t.he won derful cemmand yon exercis...

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Mr. S. Phillips, M.P., at Narromine. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

Mr. S. Phillips, M.P.J at Narromine. On Monday last. Mr. S. Phillips, mpmbiT for the district, visited Nar romine. and ^pnt the day amongst bis constituents httrc In the afternoon. Mr. Phillips paid a visit to ihf» Pnblic School for tb*« purpose of presenting the successful pup: ib vnth the prises promised last year. Mr. Grainger, addressing the child ren, said he supposed they all knew why Mr. Phillips was there that day. He was there to preBP.nt the prized promised by him to those who had been successful. He (jlr. Grainger) had experienced some difficulty in allotting the priepe, because there were a good many children only a trifle inferior to thoBR who bad won the prizes, for wbom he felt a bit sorry. Mr. Phillips eaid he felt quite sure there wa« a number of them who de served prizes, bnt were not able to get one, but, perhaps at tbe end of the present year, Assisted by the gentle men present and others, he would be ab'e to got a larger number of prices, a:?* so give more of th...

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