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The vitn[?]llty of Man. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

Till- Vilrilllr of itlcn. There are two parts of the human oiv pinism. Dr. Balfour tells us. which, if wisely used, 'largely escape senile fail ure.' .These two are the brain aud the heart. 1'ersoiis who think have often wondered why braiu- workers, great statesmen, and others should continue Iu work witJi almost uuinip:iired mental liciivlly iind energy up to a jwriod wlioti most of the organs and functions of the body ure in a. condition of advanced senile decay.' There is a physiological iwiKan-for this, anil Dr. Balfour tells us what it is. The noriuul braiu, lie, altirms, '' I'eniain.s vigorous to 'die last,' anil that: ' because its nutrition is specially pro vided for.' Who is there among those who have reached or passed' middle age Hint. Will Uot be rejoiced to Iind such admirable physiological warrant for ihe lii'lii'!'. Unit tlie brain may continue to work and even to improve almost lo the very last hour of life y As in the case of t.be brain, there seems to Ii* exvcllvut ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Ornamental Barr ster. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

Ornanirmnl H»rr Hier-. In Paris, as hi London, the number of merely ornamental barristers who have no iuteutiou of ever troubling the courts with (heir eloquence. Is very consider able. A recent Act, however, has had the effect of considerably reducing the number of these drones in the leg.il hive. I'nder Ihat Act every barrister has to take out a ' jiiileiite,' or license, every year, and for so doing he liau to pay a sum of money, reckoned ou tlie sliding system, according ,to the rental value of his house or apartments. To si man paying £120 a year rent, for instance, the yearly, duty chiirgoablc is i'l-J. Among tlmse who refuse to retain the nominal title of barristers at this price :lro M. llereiigi'r. the Senator, and au thor of the famous Uereiiger hiw dealing wilh firsl offenders ; M. l-'iillicres, a fonnw Prime Minister and Minister of .Tiistk-e: and M. Fahricc Carre, the well-known dramatic author, who have i requested that thoir names bo removed from the rolls.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Results of Balloon A[?]sions. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

ICa-hlills ol Balloon A«i-n«l«n». IIimt Uersoii, at a recent meeting of Coi-inau nieteiirolcgists in ljii-iuen, gave koiuo further interesting ]i:irticul:irs about the results of balloon usi-eiisions, with and witlioiit travellers in (In- ' ban ket.' The ' OlrrhUh,' a ballnnii sent up without aeronauts, but furnished with incu-orulogical iiisirunichls. rose to a height or 18.500 metres, but at thai height the thermometer coulil im longer. register the temperature, having al i'i.vhI.v marked l-7-lcg-. ot fro.sl at a lower height. To about -JOtMj metres tlie teni IHM-aiuro. gradually sinks ; above Ilial 1 joint it sinks much more rapidly, and tlie freezing jiuiut is reached iu summer at about snort metres. At the upper limit of the earth's atmosphere the absolute nil point is readied, that is 278deg. Centi grade below freezing point.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The man and the microbe. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

The Man stud Hie. Microbe. A philosopher has been saying tlmt the main discovery of modern times is thai man was made for the microbe. The two elementary principles in connection with it appear to be. first, those, things that are wholesome communicate di sease : secondly, those tilings that are unwholesome cause disease. So air. Wilier, milk, butter, oysters', mussels, watercress, foreign fruit, and even the harmless, pleasing kiss, are all capable of conveying infection. Moreover, calls, dogs, cushions in railway carriages, sbiivingat barber shops, clothes from tlio tailors, washing from the laundry, bank uot.es. books, glasses at rosUiuraulK, nmd on one's clothes, are other media for the distribution of disease. . Civil ised man, then, may only expect to live an average term of life by continuous immersion In botUug water, accompanied by absolute isolation. Beyond that, wbaiever he eats, drinks, wears, or touches should be boiled before he comes in close contact, with them. It is...

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

Quicker and Quicker. The time required for a traveller to encircle the earth has been giv.itly re duced since the imaginary trip of Jules Verne's ' Phileas Fogg,' who suee-Wed in getting round the globe in eighty days, in spite of storms, shipwrecks, Indians, onrt detectives. The Question how long It would take now to go round the earth has recently been discussed in the Ant werp Geographical Society. The answer given by one geographer was sixty-seven davs, including the loss of a day at New York, the journey being made eastward by way of Yokohama and San Francisco. But in' the near future this time Is likely to be cut down to forty-five days, and perhaps, fewer, through the completion of the railway across Siberia, which, at the present rate of progress, may be open from Europe to the Pacific In ten years. With the average railway speed for long distances doubled, it Is predicted that in the coming century a traveller may be able to go round our .planet in a space of something like...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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How to be Pretty. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

How to be Pretty. By Mrs. (Dr.) MaMand-Kiiig. A great improvement lo the appear ance generally is an upright, graceful carriage, l'hysique lias, of euiivw, much to do with tin's, buf it may also be grwitly cultivated. The maintenance, of a happy disposition unconsciously in fluences the pose of the head— indeed, of the whole body. People s backs are to me most expres sive of their mental aud moral state ; there is the weak back, the sulky back, ihe energetic back, the proud back, the ' Uriah Hoep' back, and 'jnaiiy other gradations of character shown to keen eyes ; other parts of the frame will be* found to cor respond. All natural defects may, with judicious exercises and self-goveruone'Jt, be much mitigated, and good points cul tivated to their, fullest extent. The emotions also play a large part iu making or marring the beauty. These should not be allowed to govern us, but we should rather aim at having them at all times under our control, otherwise the health will suffer, aud th...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Home. Weighing the Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 February 1899

The Home. Weighing the Baby. There are few more curious prejudices limn that agninst weighing a new-born infant. It is hcM to bring ill-luck, anvl both mothers and mid wives will be ' found in many cases to prou-si against any such thing being done. The origin of the MipwHtition is by no menus vimy to discover ; pujbitbly it is bill nne ex pression of the fur tou common idea that the luck of inlilali' tlujir good or their ill-health, is in some. iuscrulMble way Divinely ordered,' jiiid. tlmt any inter ference is Irtrl:' tempting Providence. Against all such uejratiou of responsi bility we must protest. Dame Nature is ;i good creature, ami may be tnisieil to do righl. but botiie-led .babies are not Dauie ,\'ature\s .handiwork. So long as women fu.flilled.tue.ir maternal ihulus tbi' necessity for aiixious inquiry as io whether* the Infant's food was belli;; digested wrts not Nil urgi-nt ; hut when, instead ot nursing thoir babies, they fleet, to bring them up by liauil. ami to feed ll...

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

Spray. MIrnuut! »? n »'? vy Tnlr. The widowed Czarina of Russia's life must seem to her like a fairy tide (says the 'Courrii!)1 des Ktats-Unis'). There were once lijion a time three little girls In jaconet dresses,, wbo received lijfr. u mouth for their wardrobes, made their owiiysliirts aud corsages, aud Illled' with their youthful jsniety the peaceful old city of Kruiikfnri-on-ilic-MMiii. They were ill} jiretty. 'l'lioir fmlier wns n duke, so iiiipoverislied tliiit lie gave drawing lessons to iucreiise his too modest revenues, but he. bore a uriiat historic n ii liio, and Die future guve him Inrge compensation. Tlie duy at length cuiiie when Hie Duke of ScldeswigHol stein received Uic (?rutvu of Denmark, sn patiently waited for. The little girls in jjicouet dresses left oft' (heir dressmak ing to liecoiiiK Huswives of an Kmpcror, a Prince, and a Duke.

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

The Moon. ' The height of mountains on the moon is measured- by the length of -the sha dows they cast upon the plains. If you were on the inoori'tbe earth would appear lo be sixty-four times, larger than tlie sun does to residents of this planet. The moon is believed to be the' only member of the nlanetary system which la wholly devoid ot the least trace of an atmos phere. It 1b estimated that the light of a full moon is at least 300,000 times weaker than sunlight when the 'great orb of. day' Is standing at meridian. Our moon wel_hs one-eightieth as much as the earth. No other satellite in the solar system exceeds one one-thousandth of the weight of Its planet. The 132,856 ' craters' which have been discovered on the moon, and which have long been supposed to be exlinc.Uvolca.nlc flues, arc now believed to have been caused by a bombardment of areolltes. i The month of February, 18GG, was known among the lovers of the curious In Nature as the ' moonless' month, from the fact of it ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

NEW Sdn)n)€r doods T- J Herbert & Co «9gpATK jnM cr^nnl np their rfw oonaignmeut of Summer Goods, consits W«» ing of the Latest Xowltiee in Muslins Zephyrs Prints Cashmeres Lustres Serges Atoo, » Cboioe AssftrtawMt rf Miiliwry. LADIES' TaiMJKTID HAT3. tie very latest t Leghorns, Sailor*, Ga'ataas (boys and Girls) Brccp and dun stats a dpeeffitq. T.J. Herbert & Co. Ara Agents for all kinds of Machinery, pianoa, Organs, Sewing XacbineB, and Sicycl«ft Also for Imperial Fire Insurance Co., Ltd of London. Capital £ 1 ,500,000 o CEYLON TEA o ?s grown on the f»r-fdmed Mountain Estates cf Ceyf n ^ *V and is ihf.ro put up in lead A \^S to ensure direct distribuiioi H |^\ to the public in tho origind \y. » ^l^!' **??? hllni!'-73* »f Aw«tratlaii TcsiiuioulaU w* P tViP *\ \ oooif *»tw»«» the roiivMiuK- ' M-x! a % 'UQiernnifnt ITou**, \ C- \ ? .... The pnek^t of Njhvajja Tr* was *V ;: rrf'J'afcJforIIisi;xce{J«iicy*suse,andtbo Icdstcincdtobeof excellent quality, O -II. F. FERGUSON...

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The Chins of Living Celebrities. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

Tlie Chi us of Uvlng CelelM-Hieg. There is more lu chins than meets the eye of a casual observer. 'Most jieople, if they came suddenly f«ue to face with' ft bulldog, would ai. once thluk of ilrm ness, resolution, and determination ithe proaniuem; chin denotes this), lieleiitless persistence Is the chief characteristic of. a bulldog, and it is because its clUU. so Hllinl&i-nbnliW il.m^+.ti... 4-1,1... a.v..* ? 1 ? Ki'iHinuiAii uj^ iitruuiivi mis iu,'ll Wa JIHVe placed it before JJiat ot any, meuiber-of the human race. . ? Of well-known men with chins above the average, -we. will llrst. lake air. Glad stone and Prince Bismarck. Jiolh chins show resolution in a marked degree, but whereas one is (hat of a lighter, a man of war, the other is essentially that of a man of peace. In (,'ladstoue's thorn- is more argumentative power, ft(;ioleiy. and a readiness to be convinced ; but that of Bismarck shows a brusque and Impetuous temperament, steady persis tence, without a trace of wav...

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A New Use for Corpses. Abolition of Funeral's and Cemeteries. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

A Mew Use for Corpses.' ' Al'olitioti ol Fiinnn'H null CVinur^rfrti. So fur hack ast: be remote Sevent|es a learned Frenchman had hit upoM tbte de vice of turning men to stone. He \«buld lake, that is to say, the ?mnif'wlien ? was dead, submit him to certain chemical treatment, bury him, aud, at thejend of a given period, gnarry him out again. The stone, however, thus obtained proved somewhat «of t aud friable, and, moreover, snowea; iraces- oi us anterior state, which further militated ag4inst Us getting very generally Into use as building uniterial. But now anojtber leanied man, one Cooped of-PittshJirg, l'.S:A., has cluigod all that (tiivslthe ? Pall Stall ^Gazette'). He lakes a statute adult when tbe State has uo further use for him,, and subjects htm, under very exalted conditions of tem perature, to one of the severest forms of pressure known to hydraulic ! en gineers. The result of this is.that wjheu the squeeze is over, there is a neat, con venient block 16%iu. cubic measure...

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Short Story. The Betrayal of Shere Bahadur. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

Mort Story. The Betrayal of Shere Bahadur1. BY B. Jr. CHOKER. (Abridged from 'London Society.' It was my fivst experience of. camp life, aud perfectly deHgutl'ul ; tlie tent under tlie trees JVit so cool and fri-sb, iu comparison with o sun-baked bungalow. Our servants, who 'appeared quite at liiuiie, hud built a mini fireula--e, ;iud WOIM COO KlUg tU« uiiiu^* » we «jii«.u *?»'' Wetv browsing, sirnl -the poultry nicking about lu tuo adaptable manner of au lu Uiuii bazaar fowl. Our next lialt was to be twenty iuIIi'm 1'ui'Ums: on, at an «ugi ikmh-'s buugalow, wbicb was splendidly situated between a forest swarming witli giiino-auri a river teeming with Hub.' Hi'iv we intended to remain for. some tiiuu ; we would bo iu iilii territory ol1 tlie JUajau of Bdtwa, aud wore hea.rern v of a letter asking lor his assistance, iu the way of proem-ing provisions ifi/the villages. At midday we rested Tor several bours iu a mango tope, tbu borne. o£ tlioustiuds of monkeys, imd went for ward again...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

' P .t ' Murray, was sentenced to a month's imprisonment {or stealing '.ertain arlicli-g, t'he property of Messrs. Mack and Austin. He was let off, however, under tbc First Offender! Act, Mr John Lynch becoming surety for him When the verdict was given, Murray snid 'Thank yeu, Your VTorsliip— it't the first time, and'] hope it will be the laet.' The Court House on Saturday tart, pre; i ented the appearance of a 'Johnny all sorte ' shop during tbe trial of tbc Murraya. The Rcrusprl were ably defended by Mr Kearney, solicitor, of Orange. Mr. Kearnry nprnred liimspjf Tory ctrongly in reference to the fart that the ac cused bod been looted up in the local 'gaol' for 11 days before being broujbt up for trial. 'Fan y,' he said, 'being cooped up in n ' , hovel like that for II days in a climate luch as this is.' The railway meeting on Friday evening '* latt wan but poorly attended. - The municipal Council'* balance rheet for tho year ended February 6, appear! in another column. The weather...

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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

Vagrant Notes, Manic, thnt soft soother, whicb oft Attunes cur thoughts to gentle tuoodft and high tispiralions, is r.ow to be a permai ent institution with u.«. Soothed by the dulcet strnins of our aewly fovmed band, a new delight will be ?? added to our lives and a fresh demand made on our pockets. But wbo would - begrudge a contribution when in re- [' turn for each mere dro.-s you get tho- ' noblest contributions of the ninsical'/ masterminds of the world. Meyerbeer, Mendellsohn, Beethoven, Handel and' the rest will be pressed into service, to' say nothing of that immortal composer who has given to an admiring world, ' Ta-r/i-ra-Booni-de-ay.' The Narro tnine Brass Baud has bpen practising1 assiduously for some time, and it ia to make its dubut o» Saturday night. Wo arci to be congratulated ou the ar rival amongst us of some musical tulent of a higli mad br.iMey order, no that a treat is in store, whilst the old players who formerly produced notes that H-urc never heard before on ...

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How Man Will Fly. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

:~~ How «»« win fir. The air possesses elements of buoy ancy which have not been recognised hitherto. There. Is no truth In thejpopll lar conception that a body ueaviw1 than the tuinospbere cannot be sus pended in Hif im-ditim v-' it limit motion. A kite of sticks or paper Is much hea vler than the fluid which it displaces, but is £ustaiucd aloft. You enn lind mi ox iiuijru* iiiui ii itiurrc miiuiuk- jiuwtMt*1* 111 the I'iiglc or tbe frigate bird, \thieh, (hough nn animal of cousuUrable.. weight, remains mutfonle^s for Ii^urs Jogtther, so tlmt ick'.si-opcs may he 'trained ou It. Thousands of feel ilnVvc the eanli it Js sustnincd, without inove inent of a feather, although iu a rari-t'.ed :itinos|ilii'i'c. This is possible becaiHc the suspi'iidi'd bird lias au iuslihutive knowlcilp' of tlio way in which Uniiilisu the air currents for itn support. M'hi'ii man has )-';\riii-d bow this can he done be will be able 10 fly. Tlie most ad vanced Investigators in this subject re ject the lial...

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THE POPE'S MANY TITLES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

THE POPE'S MANY TITLES. These are the tides in full of the Roman Pontiff:— 'His Holiness Leo X1JI., Bishop of Home, Vicar of Jesus Christ, 258th suc cessor of the Prince of the Apostles.Supreme Pontiff of the Church Universal, Patriarch of tbe West, Primate of Italy, Archbishop and Metropolitan1 of . the Roman Province, Sovereign ot tlfe Temporal Dominions ot the Holy Roman Church, Prefect of the Sacred Congregations, of the Inquisition, the Con sistory of the' Apostolic Visit, President of the Pontiticial Commission for the Reunion of Dissenting Churches, and Protector of the Church and Chapter of St. Celeus and St. Jnlianus, of the Orders of St. Benedict, of preachers, of the Friurs Minor, and also of the Arclicunfraternities of the Via Crucis, of Jesus and Mary, and cf the Stigmata ot St. Francis.

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Railway Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

Railway Meeting. Tho meeting1 convened for last] Friiiity eveuitiy. U- coubider tlje Narro- i limits — (Jaotiaiuljle, uud Pui;kv« I-v Niivromme vi» i'va'i Hill vail'-vay pio |iuKals, duly eventuated iu the Ouuncil. (Jiiaoiburs. Ortiug to a variety of cnusi'S tlio utteiiiiuiicu w»s tiumll. Aid. Gunning moved lliat AUeiman Walker take ihu uliair. -S.-coiided by Aid. Bell and carried. Alderman Hell, twervtary of the N:ir l'oiuinu KikiKMiy League, wild liu I'.iui cunvened thu Uiceunic -it thu lequifll of h number oi Uiwu6^iu[,\a wlio Here -/f ojiimou that our clainiM should be' fur llii-f urged. So fur nothing h:u( cuti'e of ibi-ir ouuiniuincavioijB to viie Depart. uiBiit, but from iut'urwation received lit; i.tiMUght that if frt-»h uctiou were tiikou it. imulii liavu ^i-od runuhs. 'l'liu Ctitiirinan huiJ it appenred (he meeting had been culled to consider the present pobitiou of affairs. The Peat: Hill, Pat ken and otfaer leagues n- lilt M-uiU seemed todeaire uiul wvt-« working fjr rai...

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Going to School in Turkey. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

GoiiiB to School in Turkey. H is remarkable that Uw more se cluded the domestic life of .-i people is the greater is the publicity Kivw, to .(1j ceremonies connected with Hie family events. Tills is particularly noticeable in 1 in-key, where all the neighbourhood Is called upon to witness tbe observances both religions and secular, with Vrliicli such incidents of family life as birth marriage and death arc attended. At some of the limsque schools encli child receives two full suits of clothes *-very year, one for summer and «m- for winter. In the secondary schools, which are under the Government, the pupils are not. only lodged, led, and taufc'ht, but receive also n pension in money. 'With these tempting prospects before him, little Admit* or Keliiu. when his fond parents have decided that, he is old enough Io begin . bis education, is not. like many of our own urchins, seen '--iwj-hiK like :i snail unwillingly to hcIuioI.' 'lirt-ssetl in bis holiday 'suit, and bedecked with all tin...

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A KISS THAT CAUGHT A FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

A KISS THAT CAUGHT X FORTUNE. j A Sidney mau named George Winch came ! into a considerable amount of property in a remarkable manner. He bad been following the occupation of a butcher for some time, and it appears lie took the liberty of kissing one of his customers— a good-Iuoking girl, who dealt at his shop. She resented the ' affront, and had Winch prosecuted for [assault. He was lined heavily by the local | magistrates, ana tne case attracted much j attention from the Press. The publicity ? given to the proceedings happened to' arrest the uatice of a firm of -solicitors in Sidney, who had beeu appointed truBteeB of ceitain property which bad'been left to Winch by a distant relative some nineteen years ago, and the solicitors were unable to find any trace of tbe heir. Winch was communicated with by the firm, and he has now furnished the history of Ms antecedents, and established his identity beyond a doubt.

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