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THE BOURKE AFGHAN CASES. AN APPEAL. To THE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

THE BOURKM AFGHAN CASES. AN APPKAL. To tut: Kdiyo* «v the Xjumwmixk News Sir— You ami tlio rvudcra of you* journal will linve a very o far iiina of thu {juiiei-al -?!i riKtfr -i( tlip itgrpcmcnt nis-tiiig belwe n »!i-- Boiirke t.'nrr^iiiE CoM.pinv. n-nl the Algliiu' reoi'iitly brouglit by it f-om India. Tli.-it ngp. ement 'binrlf Ihc men i r fix reart, l-ut piv ? l-!i!' Crtiiiiian.T the riplit, to termin. ntn it at .my time ii[»!i a niODlli'* notice. 'I'll., n'.i.^^v mv.i 4*-* I ni.r vmj f .»f nhirli 75 pprct-iit, is *-it-. i.m.I tm'it (lie teriiiination of th.'«xj.vir-i f. .?-?!??-?, inn! in forfeited it tlmt fwrmii ? i,t eoiiinVt.'J. Koni'iiiilly, tliis Imti1.' Hi.' ui.n 2r. 3 Jil. ikTwrcU, butflctuiil.v, ! th'Taw Lmn -I ♦?) u-ork ni-iirlv two yen re tor j untiiini:, us th.'ir nissnp.- inouiv £11 17s lid. i-, by (lie tcv:«3 «t tin1 nsiveiiicnt, regir.lt'il us '? im :ihtih'V of -j.-ps.' T ho mpii «rj -o work on Sundave and Tlip rtior.ii «up;-li-d \* eurh a« the miiu nper slial! ih ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Home. Forming Children's Habits. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

The Home. Forming Children's Hablti. , The formation and guidance of habits , In Die little ones Is one of the most im- i portanl duties of ihe mother, for in form- ! Ing habits she is to a great extent form ing: Ihe character and influencing the wholjLtlfe of lier dliarge. It is a law ot body and niind alike that an action be comes caBiei- nnd easier each time Itils performed ; the nervous Impulse travel ling along certain routes, as it were, weai-s the way smooth, each Jouvnpy iui:iiiiaiiii& me next, ncuue n nappens that actions which at first sight appear of little or no Importance rfe&trWtie re? garded seriously, from the mere fact that Ijy repetition they are apt to assume a form which may become permanent. It Is for this reason that grave consideration should be triven from the very lirst to the ^little ways of children. That idea that ' Baby !b too little, be will do better by-and-by,' or 'What can you expect from so young a child i' Is responsible for much of...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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TO THE CUCKOO. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

' TO THE CUCKOO. O blithe, new-comer ! I have heard, I hear thee and rejoice. O Cuckoo ! shall I call thee Bird, Or but a wandering Voice. I While I am lying on the grass Thy tnoioiu snout l near, From hill to hill it seems to pass, At once far off and near. Though babbling only to the vale, Of sunshine and of flowers, Thou bringest unto me a tale Of visionary hours. Thrice welcome, darling of the spring ! Even yet thou art to me No bird, but an invisible thing. A volco, ?- mycterr The same, whom in my schoolboy days, I listened to ; that cry Which made me look a thousand ways, In bush, and tree, and sky. —Wordsworth.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Narromine Brass Band [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

Narromine Brass Band Several spawmodic attempts have. been miilo in the past to estnl-li-h n I brA«tii)Riid in Nai-rotninp, bnt, viithouf. BUCCfsn. At prfRfiit another pffurt in beine made, Hii/i we trust the tnovp- ! tnent wjijl inect with the innrty p«p- ', port.ond encourairi'initit of nil )ori-r« ] oE.miieirr, for thrre i« no pnitiMu in? ] the fnee that a hnn-?, properly con. : -?nctei!, is nn flpqniHitinu to.jinv town. ! We have already the njiclensof a good band, And thpre, app'ar» to be no laok of those willing- to Income memlieri-n bnf the trrcaf drawback ir Ui^ ah^ence of RuitnMe iiistromcntp. The b*n& h's six nr Rnven tdd infitrnmpnts, mid about as many playprs, ami iheao have bfipn hard at work daring t)i« week pructiw it-r, but to. bring the band np to -Tie Ptrt'iiffth rfqnin-i} a iiamher of new instrument!) jnnst be pnvohased, nnd tho tnwnspeopln are being ask*d to contribute (owanle the purchase of tlwstf , aiid we havn no doubt thn can VBFPers will meet witlia...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW JULES VERNE SPENDS HIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

HOW JULES VERNE SPENDS HIS DAY. M. Jules Verne lives not in Paris, but at Amiens. This is low he spends his day:— Hieing at hit If -past «x in svinter,and between fuurand five in summer, he woi ks steadily oii until eleven, at which hour he breakfasts on eggE, vegetables, and milk, lo the almost total exclusion of meat, going immediately after lo the reading-room of the Soeiete InduEtrielle, where lie spends two. or three l nours reaoiog tne newspapers, ann so s:eep I ing himself fully informed of all that is going { en, and occasionally, as he tells you, finding I the subject for one of f|s talep. ] The idea of going riund the world in 80 . days was suggested b; something which he saw in one paper abfeut the difference of meridian; and he givej one or two instances in which he has been'' inspired ' by what he has read in thisirooin, which Ire only leaves to go on to the Eutel de Ville, having j been for ten years a member of the munici I pality of Amiens. Hi gets back to the Hue [ ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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OPEN LETTER TO ALDERMAN KIERATH. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

OPEN LETTER TO AL.DKa.MAN' KIERATH. S'\— -Th' i' iHimihiiif; mori1 p.ipnli'e Oi t.lt-iwiii-r -li« ii-Ut; Jiiivai-.iiu'RS nf a tusM than iti.- liiTfte lin-lit. ?'!' jmtiiioitv. lit |invi:ti- !ji ? ii;'h m-ri.ii's «re nnr'i) itivii. in imliiie tlipy lire jn--Mii:ih'e to Ui;it ccitu-.ijtn, -vliic||. winvi fairly «('- V '????), ih ii'iVhsU-v to til.- i .?iiii.'i.t anri » fMf.'triJ'!'! to tliu p..ii!-; :W c'l'iti f'mi. ih-.u^'li [htIi.i;» liko «li:irf..nl, t'-i-'- HHMi't to llm lamp, is of urem (?!? MiiMiiiiT puwer. You u\v* -i-it t.tiink f. v i iiiiiini'iit, fiir. tiotn tin- jiiviimlilp f.f i!r:* letter, that I menu -?? infer there li«*i 'icon anything unnlensinf in y«i-ir MtmicijuiI .career, R;.t'i«r tin- con- - tint r ; if tllf-l'E has bfCM any Sorein tis it ; 1ms -liei'ii wi-l.h your opponents, si-ir) in { mm' tnro instances with those tvhn»o pi-«itn«.'t!nnR ?« yott Jiavo st 'C-u.de-l. pH'lowi.itica}., ppppch is said U- he -Iih ' n'-r oFconctTilitity one* a thoughts, but. : V'n must ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAST OF THE LABOR PARTY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

%B LAST OF THS LAPQB '; ???- —PARTY. . ,-...-.^ ; Hfe mi Eitnmro* ?si ViaasKnn'lTam. ?pir,— mat wo least mttmucant «- ?alt of Federation will b* the ^tup , peAranoe of tlie an calii-d Labor Party, ««a DemnrTscy will not regret the fact. In a country like Australia alt parties fJiouM be for ihs jwople, an,! -?? (nfl Ptifi anrf »im *tf all 1».v-u%»'i?^.H ahonld fee t.o improre the conditions *nd prt*tTre4lie rights ai.nd privileg** of all. The spread of edocation und tjbfc diffusion of hrnnd pripcip'fl Imrp destroyed the pri-tpn*in-;!»,i»-T' * few ^ * ^-lio onrp nrmciB*-^ to -Ihrltiivtt'nt n t%;-eriot-:ty nyrr rlirir felW- rit't nn. . Weal! approximate oj-.e pecin? letijl *nd are controlled by similar mental And inriuotriul dereiopmrnt. One may be widowed with a littiu more WMtUhtbnn another, and an individual may have morn intellectual force t3mn l-is neighbour, bat no old world cn«ta «otiot« di-ti!icuinh one Anotmlian from hi* ftllbw Australia. And witJi rare, snd net always rrsprct...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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HOW GREENWICH TIME IS REGULATED. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

HOW GREENWICH TIME IS REGULATED. A San Francisco building willi five hundred rooms has a clock ivr.h live hundred dials or faces (one io each room), which are operated by it through tbe insane of compressed air, which is conducted i1. a serieR of pipes over the building to the virious rooms. A clock aiade for Duke Olia-les 'if Uruoswick, who bequeathed it to the Swiss nation, is a vuiuanui iiiiicjjicuc wrin uu lewcr inun inuei.y live faces. It indicate* simultaneously the time of day it thirty different. Bpots on thu earth's surface, besides the movement of the earth round the sun, the phases of the moon, the signs of tile zodiac, tlie passage over the meiidian of more tha-3 fifty -stars of the northern hemisphere, and the date, according to the ^Gregorian; Gtieek, Mussulman, and Hebiew calendars. So complicated are the works that it took two years to put them together after the clock hart been sent, in detached piecea from Switzerland to St. Petersburg, where it was plactMl on exhi...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

To Farmers. A TRIAL of IUKGEE'S IMPROVED **? ? PA'JL'KMT MsO CULTIVATOR (Vic t-;rian) ♦?illbulicWiu M is. O'.Nm.r.1,, Pii.ldue.lt XarrowiravnlidiiUlio KmI, voek in MARCH. -o! ice will bv uivcu of t'xai:t t'tulo. . This is i;«n niK'npi'sl «'d kxtb Cultivator \vt \nvtMitcd. it is iiinue to wofk Vaiit«o gruhbed or tiny kiii;i of l-n»li '''I cuts through liogwrH, rtiniwort. i-lv.Vw. rtuWilc, or any other vn-i jit, iu:il «.in»iA l--' i-hoiw.il 6p «8 trarinVr* or sui'lt implement* It covefi nearly 10 IiM't, ami fills nnJ mow'i' every atom ot land from eml to ci.il. iiml siprs not r;ilge it, Kathiiig it left, U .«-???':? I V:i.'vi-.» ntsntr:-. VL is fit.tel wit.'j l-;UiJ,; WiVMV.lN BEAUS.NttS, whichim '.--- 1- ?')«.' i»«T for IH.TK of trinl nnii cn-.no 'ill j idge frr yourselves. i)j not pur c, -,,?{; uut.l voi. fix Oii*. (iiiOHOE II.lNUO, Bnlilrroc'igsij. Ag.«t

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

Pith and Poiiit. Generally speaking— Women. ,Love looks not with, th^ eyes, but with tlie irnnd1.— Shakspeare. Present fpars^ are Jess than Jiorrible imaginings.— ShakBpeare. 'Who* gives a trin- meknly 1b meaner than Uie trifle.— Lavater. A license is required In England to sell ginger beer '?«fter 10 o'clock at night. It is a curious facttha* until the year 1S08 liiiblio speakers beK.an wilh -1. Ocntle men sitid ladles.' Andrew Jacltson was rough In his nian nei-K, liut could !-e iotM* when he pleased. --. He was always courteous to ladies. The Duke or Mnrllioruugli «aid (bat lie owed his success as much to Jiis We j^inl deportment as (o his talents. Hyron was affable to his equals, and to tbosi- whom he wished to please, but haughty and distant lo most others. Ri,bi?aj)ierre was urbane In 'manner, and couvteiiUH, though bripf, to those who approached him on business. lieellioven was rude und gruff, and seoni'd to tji- iti a perpetual limJ humour with lifmRelf and every one else.' ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Strange Story. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

A Strange Story. ? ? ?? A strange atory is at present being told at Ralnton. near Newcastle. Upwards of twenty yuare upo, a young ttoniasi named Harriet Simpson lived at- Raln ton aa domestic (servant with a ifaVnfly in the village. Being of a steady and In dustrious turn, she saved a sum of ISO. This she Intended to invest In a bunk at Newcastle, and for thlB purpose pro ceeded one day to the city named. On TeachlhKttie**W«ik she ?aiseufeVed that Bhe had been robbed of the money. ' Thte pocket in, which the cash was carried had been cut out. Nothing was learned as to -who tbe thief or thieves were, and MIbs ElmpBon returned to her masler'fl house, and has remained in service since the; lime referred to. Last week the mystery of Ions years ago was further intensified. She received a registered letter from a firm of London solicitors, in which was enclosed f 100 Jn notes of tbe Bank of England, and asking her to go up to their ofllceB, when they would ap prise her of further good luc...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Dreadful Ordeal. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

A Dreadful Ordeal. Ignorance of Oriental etiquette some times leads to awkward situations in fashionable quarters. Lately an English lady received a morning call from a Japanese gentle man, who, instead of making his first visit very brief, as she expected, .'stayed to lunch. ? After lunclTtie still stayed on, while, the lady grew extremely weary of her ? .fs*14nti nnrl Alintilf YVI ? It I I I f* *» Y 1 ^PpJ f»H illiTl to leave. Dinner came ; the Japanese was still a fixture, and the host took his turn at entertainment till he was so tired thu.1 he retired, to the smoking room, and left his wife in charge, At last, just at njtdnten't. tbe Japa nese departed, with most abject anil elaborate apologies for Quitting liis hostess. 'Next dax he confided to a friend that he had never passed through such an ordeal. According to Japanese etiquette the lady receiving the gentleman should give the signal lor his departure, so Jie thought Biie would never let him go. and filially he had to leav...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

\ '-'???*.'? } 9uhhked f ) EVERT FBI-DAT WORKING. \ i * . I ?: ' . :? ? * I L~~~^ ? J

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

J dubseripticn : j( ? - ? KB QTTAETEn, BOOKED, ». k

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. (OOBYBIOHT.) BY ROMA WHITE. CHAPTER XVI. Esther had entirely forgotten Saranna Gibson, and Lewis was ignorant of the little ' petiuilier's ' unconscious participation in recent events. But, hod either Mrs. Sandys or her servant glanced back during their progress down the hill, they might have caught a glimpse of tlie scarlet petticoat, as its owner walked quietly along a nanow sheep I rack, once more pursuing a course ia the direction of the ruined eoUage. This was Snrannas farst visit to the spat to-day. When EBtber bad lost sight of her the girl bad passed round the shoulder of the hill, on her way to a somewhat distant farm house. She had purchased some eggs, and now walked slowly back again, carrying her basket carefully in one hand nud swinging her bonnet by its ribbona in the other. Hie evening was cool and pleasant after the sultriness of the day. and she was io no hurry to retrace her steps to her home. Esther had, however, been right in her s...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

^?f GRIFFITHS BROTHERS ^ I Jj ? * limited. | By Special Appointment to ^cg^S^_ flis Excellency th» Governor. ^^TS? j\ f^. aa- « / ^'le *-esl1 fl1'1''*'1^ «bt»in»W'!, nniy imru an-f wlioinftrrtnft *Pe;is| Plii**%3- I stoolial, and eve.y leaf guaranteed lor Quality, Purity ;.ucl Value. { »r ;_ ' t Our Iiiimr.nfion* nf Coffee «-.mp lie lh ? K..e»t B an« the World «' Ortutiioe. Wt I ± tf%jf^f*'B^£??™«!™* J ro»-tandiiupii|jlMn!-h!roiii«iir Mill* diily. Win he ail ot cxi. rie' -kill mil .»rein! iF t*J ft' I' **'? fl™ ™* 1 lolissiliw a iJ prajiari.iK, wears enatyert 10 ? ive thawii Ualun whioh bus g.ju td for cur 1 If ^B^**^irj^1b*^*i^^? ^ O-.ffeei .tlull * »He and tfnitllyliiK re|mta!ion. } -'£ -fc. ^_ '— __ „ ___ { There are tniny different kinds of Cozoi. We manufacture and! ftt e^ra^^^» ft €??— i »iiaoly them all. The PURE EXrnr.CT, -h- HOMEOPATHIC COCOA. KOLA/ ' 3? 1 VUWvHw' 1 COCO*. MflUEO COSOA, and CHOCOLATE. W« enly a.k comparl.on i -^ — »W fj ? , jlt^MMMMi \ with ihe Imported art...

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Measuring the Velocity of a Cannon Ball [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

.Ilrnmirins tbe Vrlocilr ol n Cnnnon Ball Two specially constructed -metal screens are set up at any given distance, apart and in such a mumier that the ball, upon being projected, will 'pass through both of them. At the instant it reaches and passes through ihe lirst screen-tin electric current is completed. wnicn actuates ann starts me move | ments of aclock. 1'pon reaching the i second screen the 'iall completes | another rlmalt wliii-h Snimedintoly stops ! the clock. Thus, having the distance in feet between the two screens, or the distance passed over by the ball, and j the time required for the same. t we readily arrive at the velocity of thef pro .it'ttilc- as so isany feet per second.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

E CAIILL & U. Stock & Station Agents TOMPSON, MANNING AND JEREMY, Wagga LWagg:, Sydney and Harandera, GBgipOLD DAILY SALES of COUN TS* T«r KILLED MEAT WHEAT and other Farm Produce. Every consignment receives the most earefa attention ^ind owner guaran teed fullest market vane. Sydney Addreii— 8, O'Connell-st THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. Gives up His Work. SICK, SUFFERED and SAVED. The Case of Mr. Wm. MCCARTHY. f JVem (he Wixdtor mud KMmtmi QtMUtf. »t ova anciu. aiHmrsa. Information tatting b««n conveyed to tka OtutlcihtXiAt, MoCarthyWrseovsna' frets A Very Serious Mine** wi at once detailed a reporter to nuks (all ?uquiriei into the mutter, uA »!?» to per sonally interview McCarthy MmmU «b tat subject. When «ur reporter »rriv*d at McGrath's Hill, sew Windior, ht found whom be (ought, powerfully wielding s- ?ledge bammer in bis forge. Tin way that Mr. McCarthy lifted up the heavy (ledge at though it weighed but s- few ?ubcm quit* astonished our reporter, for he bad tup**!*...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Wood Paving. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

. Wood Ptnillll. A non-slipping wood pavement has been recently devised whlelTTsTclaimed to be simple, inexpensive, aud efficient. It consists in preparing the wooden blocks before they are laid by boring a few boles in them ;\iid tilling tbe sikiue with a hard-setting substance composed ot crushed stone, bitumeu. and l'ortland cement. The compound is cleared off even with the surface, and when they are laid the roadway is thus covered uiitli o. saritfis! ol* routsli Apots wllioh arrp^t tue ^fijui or-tnoTiorso nraireonaftionn of weather, aud prevent tbeanimal from slipping. Wood paving is* extensively used iu England and France.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 24 February 1899

Municipal Council. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Monday evening in the Council Chambers. Present: The Mayor (Alderman J. Nelson), and Aldermen Bell, Walker, Gunning and Kitrath. The xniuntes of a special meet ing were read and confirmed. U0RBB8P01DENCB. From the Department of Lands, en quiring whether .the present trnstoes of the recrst.«on grouud, MesRts W ©,NsiB,'W. Kieratb, C. Bass, Q. - --Smith and a. W. Bell, dashed to n linguish their trust in favor of the] ?Council, if so, their resignation should be obtained. Prom Chief Secretary's Office, acknowledging receipt of.; letter, and : intimating that the by-laws had been I referred to the Solicitor-General. I ,. Prom the Chief Secretary's Office, ] acknowledging receipt of letter ap- ' plying for forms of application Jor ! Government endowment. ; From the District (Weroment Med- j ical officer, re substitution of the * pan : system 'in place of cesspits now in use- ; From the local Lodge of Oddfellow...

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