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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

Municipal Council. Tho ordinary fortnightly meeting of tho Council was held on Monday evening in the Council Chambers. Present: Aldcrnnni ]JC!1, Walker. Gunning aud Kierath. Aid. Gunninsr said he hnd tn ««,!„. srise for tho uon-at.tesirJauce of tho Mayor whose nbssnoe was owing to private business. Hi- (Aid. Gunnins) moved that Aid. Walker take tbe chair, Seconded by AM. 'Bell and carrird. The minutes of tho previous meet ing were read and confirmed. CONRRSPOKDEXCE. The only em-reKpondeuce was a let ter from the Treasury re fludowmer.t, and accompanied by tbe necessary' forms for samp. MAYOR'S 3IIXCTE. The names of the' Mayor, Aldermen and Auditors, elected in Febrnarv, tiavo been duly gazetted as required by section 1?3 Also the appointment of Aid. Walker as treasurer and Alderman, autborisised under section 198, to sign cheques. Likewise, the appointment of Constable ; tewart as Inspector of Slaughterhouses. Formal application hns been made for the amount of endowment. I recommend...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

Pith and Point. Hanging and wiving go- by destiny.— Shakspcare. We should quietly hear both sides.— Goethe. He scatters enjoyment who enjoys much.— Lavator. Life -has no blessing like a prudent friend. — ISurlpldes. To be happy Is of far less consequence to the worshippers of fashion than to appear so. — Colton. Commend a fool for his wit, ov a knave for his honesty, and ho will receive you Into his bosom. — Fielding. Tht- fashionable preacher in Home Is Mgr. del Val, son of the Spanish Am bas.sador to the Vatican. Although a Spaniard he preaches In English to a wealthy congregation. Ahlieylelx, In Letnstor, Is troubled over a venerable pauper of 105, who, having been a Protestant all his lire, has now concluded to becoinp a Catholic. A beggar who died recently In Auxerre, France, was found to have a million francs in bonds In a trunk, and In l)Ss . cellar JOO bottles or wine of ihe vintage of 1790. Talleyrand owed liis success in life, to no small extent, to the uniform cour tesy w...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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An Open Letter TO VIGILANT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

Aii Open Letter TO VIGILANT. Sir, — Although somewliat late with my .following remarks, I am to be excused, as the late fire had caused my nerves to become 60 shattered that 1 assumed a whitish appearance about the gills, denoting that my courage was not of the necessary elevation required to address such an exalted personRg' as yourself., but my tem perature being now normal I will assay io do so with yonr kind atten tion. As mnst people are aware you flashed, meteor-like, into the local journalistic arena some little wbilo back, and after holding forth in a manner calculated to demoralise your opponents, also causing them to guash their teeth aud sny enss words and pr.eh like; yon,' with a parting shaft of sarcastic wit vauishfd again iuto the obscuro profundis from which you emerged. And iu spite of ques tions of more momentous purpose than boggy lanes — questions which, not being of an individualistic order, but affecting us all, and of such an intricate nature that we often mou...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Stupid Butler. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

A Stupid Bailer. Spanish people seem to suffer from the stupidity of some of their servants as much as we do in other parts of the world, it the following story, which ap peared in a Madrid Journal, Is true. It,' seems that a lady ordered her butler one morning to tell all visitors that she wax not at home. At night, when enumerat ing the persons who had called during the day, he mentioned the lady's sister, when his mistress exclaimed, ' I told you, man, that I was always at home for my sister : You ought to have, shown her In.' Next day ihe lady went out to make a few calls, and during her absence her sister came to the house. 'Is your mlBtress at home ?' she asked the butler. ' Yes, madam,' was the reply. The lftdy -went upstairs and looked everywhere tor her sister. On coming downstairs she said to the butler, ' My sister must have gone out, for I could not find her.' 'Yes, madam, she has gone out, but she told me last night that she was always at home for you.'

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

Vagrant Notes. Perhaps t^ie following suggestion may .it the first blush seem to en croach on that right which people nre supposed to possess, of doing what they plf!3«o (witliin iimits)Jwith their ovrii. Still, both for ultimate profit nnd the safely of the ton ants it would bondvif-nblo to replace (ho late Arcade with buildings of brick. Narro mine ia now far enough beyond the mushroom Stage to be considered per-' mancnt ; so there need be no uneasi ness on that ecore, whilst & row of briffc -riiops of uniform design would be a ploasiug exception to tho general go-as-yon-please design of our present architwtnre. *»* Rady&Tcl Kipling, lately repovied to h:: iu a state of collapse, is nov eaid to be rc!coverini£. It would bo an irreparable misfortune if this writer, f till in his literary yonfh, were lost to ca. His work up to the present, dis tinctly good as it ip, gives abund ant promise of cvpu better results as his experience ripens. He may be said to have create...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Boiler Incrustation. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

Boiler Incrustation. Petroleum is employed in America to prevent incrustation, and has been usr-d for this purpose since 1875. Its valu'! was made more fully known by compre hensive experiments at the works of the Electric Light Company in Jersey ?lly, in 1887, and recently Its use In America In this way has been extensively advo cated. It must be anniipd In n nun* state, and in small quantities at a time, or it gives rise to an unpleasant smell in the boiler-hoiuse. It should be allowed to enter the feed water in a uniform volume, drop by drop, In order to avoid any possible corrosion of the boiler. It is stated that the best quantity to use Is from 0.8 to 1.2 pint of oil per thousand gallons of water. The action of the petroleum would appear to be that It Is very rapidly dispersed In small globules through the water, and attaches itself to and dissolves the particles of lime ile poxlted on the boiler plates. It Is Im portant that the boiler should be tho roughly scaled before the ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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The Half Holiday. To THE EDITOR OF THE NARROMINE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

The Half Holiday. To TITE EDJTOn OF TOE 2f AEUOJIISE Kr.W. Sir, — The weekly half holiday has now been in existence about, I think, ten months, and has proved to be » most welcome break in the week's labor — beneficial alike to employer and cmploved, a Grateful pause in that demnition grind to wliich medical men attribute tlie great increase in neverous disorders. Ik the original concession so kindly granted by the storekeepers, it was optional with themselves to serve customers on the ' Wednesday afternoon, so long as the services of those in their employ were not called on, and this plan for a time worked fairly we! I, but now that the benefits of tlje half holiday have been enjoyed by employer as well as employee, ob jections have been raised to this ar rnufljem'jiit. The employer says, and rightly ro, ' We wish to participate in the half holiday. Wcobject to coming biM;k on Wednesday afternoon.' Now, I think the only remedy for this state of things is the complete closing of all...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Not at all Easy. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

Not nt all Euaj. ' Do you think you can sell a good thing for its value ?' asked the major, as the crowd were sitting in a prominent cafe. ' If you do, you are away off yonder, and I'll tell you why I say bo. I went out to Leadvllle in the days when its boom was booming. By good luck I got hold of some eight or ten pieces of. mining property right In the best portion of the camp. Money was needed to de velop the property, and I came East and organised a company. The company was composed of the very best man In a certain town. The company Issued stcck, and sent me out to sell !t Hut It was almost Impossible to sell It. Leav ing PIttsburg one night for Philadelphia to try to make a sale of some of the stock, I met on the train a member of a whale sale firm that I had known for years. We went to the smoking car to enjoy a cigar, and there 1 incidentally told him what my object was for returning to the Rast. He remarked at once, ' If your stock is all right you. can sell it.' ' Well,' I...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

AppenJed w publifih a copy of tlits li-lua1 wTittrn by Dr. Ecv.'landB to tlis ?C' mncil upon the subje-ct of a saniiury hVi-tem for tlie dirprjfiiil of rng3iU;oii. 1i!lie doctor, as Public Health Officer, very properly warns hs of the insidu ouslv daupfCrouR svstem at prcecnt in vopfiio, ami as we have once or twice bcfi.re iilso ndversely commented on the hfiia.?. it will be suflicieniit merely to fiay thai, no matter what the cost, the Council, as custodians of the health of the community! should make it a mat ?tev of the first importance to consider and elaborate a scheme which will do avay with this detestable practice of leaving aigUteoii exposed in large ' quantities nlmost nt our bark doors. We would now advise the Conuci] io leave all excuses aside, and fnee this problem with Diiiidh intenl on gviiji plinp- i\hh the jiroblnu. ,\ftei! ail, Mircly it will In- eoJHvdiii Ii it 1o ]«v F-i-rve tho h«ilth ol the -wn:nnjiiiy jh ihr chief liubiui'Pfi of thu t'ouiifil. r.-ij'ke.e, a t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

Notice. 2K LL ACCOUNTS owing to the MStw undersigned imiht be piid to him, and bis receipt ai ose will be u snflirient diheharge. I!. l'KAUCK, iJluckistnitli, u'c, NaiTomiiu1. To Carrier*, Tisafcsr Getisxs, WILLIAM GALE, SAW -MILLS, BCURKE, TS a Cnh Buror of GooJ Sound FINJ: ?*? LOGS, in jsvac or small q.iuuit'.les, .joaiird on B-iilnay-TrUL-ks »t Kau»omi.n-:. JIvMGKV.JOiB. TlUSGIK or NxYXKTl-E. Also io lVrsons willing to contract for liie Supply of _0,Oi)O fcuperfiejal 1-ct per liloutii !- 12 mouth's contract will 'bejgivcu. Particulars can be had by applying to tho MAX AGE E, : Gale's Saw Mills, Bouric. — GOOD — .ijrhilfuFd Imi F§? gale Situated on The Oaks &:-ad, 7 miles from Narromins. James Heaxe TTAS been instructed by Sir. J. Fuljaaifs. -*-*- -i) si-11 by l'ublic Auction, ut liis ROO1IS, llACarAlUE-STllEET, DCBBO.OU \Teia:-sday, Mate- 22, 18S9, AT 12 SOON SHAlil'. 2915 ACRES C.P. LASH 8J9i ACR15S C.L. LAND Total 1105i ACRES. AH Fenced and Subdivided into one lar^c and...

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AUGUSTA DANE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

AUGUSTA DANE. In a luxuriously furnished apartment, a Slender, dark-eyed woman, with pale cheekB and dishevelled hair, was pacing wildly to and fro. Hers was a sad story. She bad married, some years previously, a man whom Bhe believed all that a noble, hon- ourable man should be. ? What, then, was her horror and dismay when she learnt, a short time after their marriage, that her husband was both a drunkard and a gambler — that the little love he liBd once felt for her Boon died away ; and Augusta then knew that he had married her for the fortune left her by her parents ; Augusta Dane was an orphan and utterly alona in the world. Time passed and a child was born to them, and Augusta was happy. Little Ernest's fifth birthday was drawing near, and the mother, desirous of obtaining same toys and trifles for her darling left him in charge of his nurse and went out to pur chase them. On entering the house Bhe was met by Sophia, the nurse, who handed her a note, saying: ' Mr. Dane told me ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

OBSTINATE INACTION OF THE Li¥ER. Tho Case of C i'i» Hm 'II -iiil\i}- (-' z n- ) (l i 01 I M'J I 1 .1 1.1 lOMII! ) \ l '? immim of tliu |-i;iii n'lotl on i- Jl !!, n!i'( iiv h iiiws t lie mi) irii v iine C.lii j.-] \ S \\ ' Von Im-u licun i|], 1 ljuliuve,' Bind tlic .'«;m-i-Ici ' Vc-i. rnp'i ul Mrs. Ifull, lint I .-tin jiieiswi t.o s:iy 1 .nil liutlcr no*-. Tliu start of my ?.'itii-s tt -5 n'htiiuli- (.un&liiM iuu nliKii i,l ll.: ^IIIH. DgmOcJ Every RiecJiclno Iti'.,l On in,- ti tli- \tnUim,' ulut «£ I i ^iliw mull in -.1 « i,oMij.-..Ii-iiI,s t.1.1 lliiln. ftn.l, iiiiyliuw, tlify wtiv of no J'ral ?i -.: f I- I dm ltd lltey ouly t ?n.lu.l to con 'in ili-; ? is i|iili'ii ini-tuiiil nf uuriiii' il, lN i 1/,, //./,' i ,,,, , ,,„ ,ii --, Ii, -,* null, 'Ih ii, , / !-„, ,n,i /, ', ,,,,l,j *t-l )'/!!' /('.»' f'niil /ill it/.- fit' fitl' tl t4tif-l i i't- /lVJtii 'if i'iiiMfin(,imli//orteiMii/V;i dr.isl , ih i us of n huh i I!-, in rom u\ -t I Ut m --? iii/iJui is ill -i ,! it loihe i...

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SOME BAD LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

SOME BAD LUCK. A captain in the Indian Army,, while at home on leave, became engaged to a young' lady, whoBe father refused to sanction the marriage till tbe officer was in a position to settle £5,000 on his wife. The captain re turned to his regiment in India, and con trived bv hard scraping in tret together the required amount in eight years. He returned to England to claim his bride, and the first news he heard on landing was the failure of the bank in which his savings were placed. The lather was inexorable, and the lover had to go back to India add begin all over again. He was a major by this time. and had a good staff appointment. So it did not take him long to save the money. At the end of five years he was again the posssesor of £5,000, and as he was unable to leave his post to fetch his bride, it was arranged that Bhe should go out to him and be married at. Bombay. She was killed in a railway acci dent on her way to join the steamer at Liver pool. A young fellow was cast of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

At the Easier manceavrcs Inc fifli;er» aud privates will i-at out. of tin? Hii;uopo( — that is, they will all have tu t»ku pot luck. Lord Cai:ipden thinks Reid, Bnvton, ; JJcMillcu, Bj-uioii and AVise are' fine ?j-pi-akurs imd dtbatcrs.'' Invidious r -m.-iiks like 1hese wound tho feelings (if .liiwboiio Neild, John Hayncs, ?William AfU ckaud David Story. A petition, is being signed for ihe reprieve of Hrlggs. There is no doubt idu.tnau is tueaua at periods. Auy way ; liis - 'crinic was less horrible Uinn Jjissons. It is the naiura) and cruel fi-iniina! tho la»v k!iouW got -liold uf . 'IUe Pvttfrslmin biisiiic^s was diaboli tni, but certainly Iracoiible lolempm jiry Jusnnity. Cuiitinnnl captivity wnuld seffi ;o for the laiv's~vt'i)geaucu i:i Uriggs' case. Tin1 oppon nls cf t'io prespnf IJiil ?AvllO .Vl-fustt 10 111! 'ftllll-Sli 1 iiS lUitil\« « i.-i lists, di-flri iv iluili! it. is r. ji-ck'd ihe cansi! will not -I)-.; (? litrl ved , Imt will ^u bit wilh jrrcaU*r i'iitliusij|-m lli.n...

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BEAUTY SPOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

BEAUTY SPOTS. Powder, paint, patches, and dainty seduc tive ' beauty spots ' are again with us. That is to say, they are with the select few admitted to intimate little dinneis in May fair, to which newspapers are not invited. But they cannat be worn by everybody. The wearing of patches is a fashion which has its limitations. It belongs solely to luxury, beauty, and youtb. A woman of experience writes of them: ' The patch has it first came to us was one of the most harmless and effective aids to beauty ever known. If a girl was conscious of a pretty dimple in her cheek or of long eyebrows, if ber forehead was the best part of her face, or her mouth was good, she cun ningly placed the little patch near it, and every time you looked at her your eye was insensibly drawn by the patch to her best features. To an accustomed eye the patch gives a singular finish to the toilet,' like a seal on a letter. You see the grey-powdered curls, and the bright eyes, the low, luxurious bodice, and tbe...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

Produc3 Market. Messrs. Tjttip'i'i, Manning and _ .T.'re.-uy {ffiis','i rt'i«,M, Sydney and AaranJji-a), ivpirt liu following: — Va si -p snrcis. WliHar :— Business' continues diili nwiiiw; to tlij fact tint holders ask iHor-s'inoiHsy t!i«» uiillurs are tli.spi.s-jH in nay. Wj q-ioie ])i iiue wovth, 2- ?''«! ? SL-c-jnd qnlity, kJ- Oil; Chick wheat, 2- 51 psr-basliel ! Oits:— Prims Kjw Zj.iland, 2*; medium, Is 10 J tJ Is lid pjr b'ashel. i Ma:z-:— Pi-iim nivv, 3; f d per b:is1iul ; Tumat, 3i 11 1.- Prices firm. Bailey:— Cape, 2- 7J to ii 81 p;r biiilK-1. Urnn:— 7i 1 to '! ' p^r bushel. Pollard :— 8| 1 to Si 1 per bushel. : lViccriie :— Tlu maiket C'litiuuPS to liavduu aud prices rfro vei-y firm. I'r'iism ffi-ffii llimt.-r It vor Luc -tup, A':i l-'sfo jC-i; y;JJ:i iuaI uui £o \0.i ji?r ton. Hay: — Prima looal oaten, £3 Jos. In £-i .'is: second q-ialitv. £i» 5s io '£3 K»s. Chaff: — The pvimc impovtod, £3 ? '.- I.-, ill 10s; second quality, £3 to il3 '2-i ill ; prime local' chaff, £'.5 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

CURING THE MULE. I was riding along a mountain road in East Kentucky when I saw a mule running toward b me with UBwiugletree dangling at his heels. With great difficulty 1 BUcesedcd in getting out of hiB way, and he continued to go down the mountain at a lively pace. About a mile further on I saw two front wheels of a Bpring waggon, and u short dis tance away the otber wheels of the waggon box. I looked round to see if the driver had been hurt ; bnt finding no one, I drove on, in a few minutes I met a man walking rather quickly down the road. ?' Stranger,' he anked,'did you Bee a mule down that road ?' 'Yes.' ' Did ho hev a rag over his year ?' ' I didn't see any.' ' Waal, it'B all right. I reckon 'ell stop when e gets flustered out, an ' I reckon 'e's cured.' ?' What is he cured of ?' I asked. Balkin'. You sBe, I heard that a grass hopper put in th' year' of a boss or mule ud cure 'im from balkin'. So I tied a rag over the critter'B year so it couldn't get out, cotched a grasshoppe...

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CONCESSIONS TO SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

-CJXCESSIOSS TO SKI.ECr.5It?. Tlsspictinz resolution from the Mel rose and Walker's llilS Farmers' Association, asking, '? a result of the pwvak'nt -drought, Ahafc. tlu curwut I' I* ii-nl O;fj. insta'iiiMits a-id rjnts. In rsmitl.eJ, tin 3J-ider Secretary, invites' KUention to Sectiou 2-3 of '1^93' hmi AcN-wliidi.proi'iJ.H fjr smp'i sior- of C.P. in-italm ssts ia certain oases, and intimitea th.it applications uaiierthis Ssctio-.i will b ; eausiLden-d uud dealt with on their merits. Tin q.nstioa of ali.i-Jin? special facilities t) a ljicj.it S:ttlo;-s to obtain w.itur fi'jn G ivernni -nt tanks is nn U'r onsidv'ritioa. 'i'hi Ittil'-v.iy C iimilssione-S hive d oiludt-J gra-it hilt rate? on wheat tmck-i.1 to ail frou'-lcoi^htdist'-icti. The arwiigjiiiJiits aro liiit miscsllv* v jus vales oa'tvo-ik Uii-l*. or half ' A ' raws oa s-niller qitiiiities.

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THE ROMANCE OF SUBMARINE CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

THE ROMANCE OF SUBMARINE GABLES. There ib quite a storehouse of romance in Mr. Charles Bright 's new book on ' Sub marine Telegraphs.' It deals with the in credible difficulties which had to be over come before the first Atlantic cable was aunrtAaflfiillir lniri. Kn nhntjujn hnfftnri t.hp pioneers. They wrought for months and spent hundredB of thousands of pounds, to see their whole labours thrown away by a Saw in the cable or by an unexpected strain, which ?napped it almost within Bight of the shore. They laid their first cables after endless difficulties, and the whole public applauded while the messages flashed from shore to shore. ThiB was in 1858, and the ' Times ' said, truly enough, that ' since the discovery of Columbus nothing has been done in any degree comparable to the vast enlargement which has thus been given to the sphere of human activity. ' Alas ! the rejoicings were premature. In the moment of triumph the Bignals became confused, and gradually grew faint and died o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

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