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FEDERAL ENABLING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

FEDERAL ENABLING BILL, Mr, Hughes moved the second read ing o{ the fcVdend Enabling Bill in the Council yesternight, and fully ex plained the present position of the Federal movement. Dr. McLanrin followed with a scathing speech in wiiicn lie assorted tnat certain people wanted this colony to be plundered of everything she possessed for the benefit of Victoria. Mi\ Reid signally failed, and betrayed his trust with regard to tho financial provision of the Constitu tion Bill, but be (the speaker) urged the House to pass the second reading of the Bill, but indicated that he vrould, in Committe, move an amend ment limiting the sittings of the Fed eral Parliament in Melbourne. The dsbate is adjourned, and it is now evi dent that a crisis between the two Houses is imminent, as it. is under stood that tbe Government are deter mined not to accept any amendment.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence (BY WIRE.) SYDNEY, Thursday. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

latest Mettigenee (BY WHIG.) SYDNEY, Thursday. RACES.' ?Champion Ba.ee — Bobadil 1, A-Taion 2, Lee MetJord 3. Hurdle -Race — Nansen 1, Mystery 2, J.F. 3. Maiden Stakes— George Frederick 1, Nitre 2, Undine S.

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LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

LONDON', Wednesday. Mr. Chamberlain declares thore is uo foundation for the rnrnor that New Guinea will shortly be made a Crown Colony. The ' Times ' siiys that Declasse is trying to throw dust in the eyes of the French people when he semi-officially announced that the Pails differences with the British with regard to the Upper Nile, will be settled in a fortnight. The victims of the Toulon explosion were -buried yesterday. Tbe cortege was two miles long ; there were fifty-one coffins. Several of the injured persons Lave become demented, A terrible snowstorm and blizzard in the eastern portion of America, and floods in tbc western. Many villages in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys liave been destroyed. Twenty-five thousand persons are homeless. Rudyard Kipling having mirac ulously escaped the coffiu through tho modern developments in medical science, should write a great poem in. tritute to tho 'uoblest of the profes sions.' That poem was wanted, and Kipling is the man to write it w...

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ADVANCES TO SETTLERS' BILL [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 March 1899

ADVANCES TO SETTLERS' BILL Tho Legislative Assembly, after a lengthy debate, passed the second reading of the Advances to Settlers' Bill by 77 votes to three. Several cliiuscs vrere passed in Committee. Tlie House adjourned till Tuesday.

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How to Remember. Advice to those [?] to commit songs or [?] to memory [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

lloiv to Remember. Arivlir- to Tho»e H'Uhln: to 4 umliill Sons* ?r ifliiKlc to Mrniorv. ' I wish you would teach me how to commit to memory the songs I want to sing,' said an amateur musician to a friend, ' I have never been able tu commit my music to memory— at least, have never' done so — and I think It would be of use to me if I could.' ' The process Is not a difficult one,' was the reply. ' 1 have always found it mkv in remember sonere and Dooms by a certain rule or method that I adop ted a long time ago. Take axvy popular song, ' The Last Rose of Summer,' for example. It Is a, good plan to read It over, and get the sentiment of the verse, which comprehends the Idea of loneliness, Uie fading away of beauti ful things, and the lack of sympathy In sadness. Tbe rose is blooming alone. . Its companions are faded and gone. No flower or kindred is nigh to share its pleasures or answer to-tts^eighs. This Is the groundwork— the' skeleton, so to apeak — of the verse. Impress this flnnlv,...

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MALAPROPOSMS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

'*? MALAPkOPISllS. An Americin technical journal ' prints some of the queer- orders re ceived bj »i Jersey Gity c'letr.ist ' in *ho Dirtrij of his lusnnss. -Hero thoy aie - 'Tins clnlj is nu little girl. I si'ud you two ce it* tu bij two sitk'ss |iowileii fur a groan i,- adult who IS 8lk'' ' ''Djnr IJ.i^Jiter, plus £if b.'arer ~i j seme i\ -i«.i* --t A.U »tif I' -kvu I'm- to ( y.u^lo lit'J*-'iS tlir-i.ii- Kti.i obhnga.' j 'Yu w.H pi-**- jjivc tli.- leetle ? bi-/ 3 t -of-, wriitii --( 'iii-jji1.- iur u- - thro.v ii i in ji \\f ' in i .I'i'a nlJ l-ii li-. | ,N.H. — I'ii i i/i:i.' li,»- ,-i vir.-AtMiuuiiisk.' j ' I liiivn h i:dlu |-iin in my i;liii-i'e j diaglrtlll Pi j-,c _, i i Jiv null btjiilu thing In ivicm.- it. I 11 My littk- b:i ey lias lint up lii.s , fatlitsr's ;? irinh pl»»lli--i . Jie..il mi - an to Jute fj nek as jiweible liy Uio cu. ' eloa-d gin.' I ' I Imf (i ii--t tim - in my iusidct-, and Avich [ wo nl tikj it !?- l/t-tx.f ji,(ruif.licil. Wbat i.i -j'i-i I t'ur ii/ esti...

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Sure to come. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

*nrr to Comr. During the battle of Waterloo there was a frightful panic In Brussels. It was reported that the allies wore, beaten, and people were Hying In all directions, 'flic Duke of Wellington's cook went on quietly with his duties. lie was begged to save himself, but replied, .' 1 hflve nerved my muster while be fought a hundred battles, and be never yet failed to come to his dinner.' The Reason.— ' Certainly she had the misfortune to be born blind, but th#n she had money and did not require to marry such an utter scamp as he 1b.' 'We, can hardly blame her, poor thing. You see she did it with her eyes shut'

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Pith ana point. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

Pith ana Po?nt. A snob is of human creation. Good manners are sometimes an ac quired haMt. You can never get rid of a difficulty liy running away from it. The mote that is in every human eye may be reduced by care and prayer. A man doesn't learn devotion to a wife by devotion to the belles of the ballroom. Love needs, no definition. Hen and women loved long before there were dic tionaries. Some lawyers have religious convic tions, and let it be known, when not re tained for the other side. ,,Tlie ignorance a man fears to betray by asKing proper questions is sure to betray him at the lirst opportunity. The king of the Belgians offers a prUe of UO00 for the best jilan of supplying: Brussels with drinking water. The com petition is open to all the world. An adult has ordinarily twenty-eight pounds of blood, and at each pulsation Hie heart KeiidK ten pounds through the veins and arteries. I find a pleasure In expression for lit own sake, but I have not the inevitable touch nt the true p...

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PIGS. SECTION K. Prize, £1. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

PIGS. SECTION K. IVize, t'l. (lass. 1. Bum ?2. Sii« :t. Fat I'ig ?1. S,i« and Litter

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AN ASSURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

An A«»urr«l ffaccn*. 'So you have written a novel.?' ' Yes.' ' Has your heroine sotlu skin, velvet eyelashes, and hair like threads of spun gold V' 'yes.' 'Is her name Gwendoline V' ' H is.' ' Tben I aon'l see why it shouldn't be a success.'

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DOGS. SECTION J. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

DOGS. .SECTION .1. Class. I. Sheep 1 ». ijr. HJs | '2. Cattle Dog, .Is :i. Vox Terrier, '-s 1 4. Scotch Terrier, .'5k ', .'i. Kangaroo Do;;, .7s j 0. Xewfoundland Hog, .'is ; 7. Irish Setter, 'is j 5. - lortlon Sutler, 3s ; !?, l'uimor, 'is j ID. spaniel, -m 1 II. l'oodlc;'-s I 1'2. Ketricver, iis j JS. Knglish Terrier, 'w j 14. Sky Terrier, .'is .; 13. Hough Terrier, .'is j l(i. English .Setter, 'is i 17. ISeotdi Collie, i-a i 15. -:i«ylii)und Dog, ?'is i l'.l. iiivylumnd Slut, .'is ! ?2D. S[. iJcrimid, .*-s i

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No swearing Allowed [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

l\o Sweiirlnn Allawcd. A certain tradesman, who used to be employed at Windsor Castle, was there ou one occasion, and his assistant hav ing done something to annoy him. he turned round aud swore at him, being unaware that the Queen aud Princess Beatrice bad that Instant entered the room. Uoth Royal ladies Immediately quitted it, and tbe tradesman received au iutimatiojj that his couuectiou with Windsor GastJe wan to end at once and for ever.

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HOUSED SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

HOUSED KHICIH'. X.B. —Housed Sheep not to be. eligible to compete with -j'rass-fea Sheep. Class. Trite, £2. 1. Ham, 3 years and over, £'2 '2s, giftof Messrs. T. and M. MnnniiiK '2. Ditto, 2 years and under 3 years 3. Ditto, 1 year and under 2 vears, i'.'f Us, gift of Mr. B. H. Kater . ' 4. Kwe, H years and over, £3 3s, gift of. Messrs. Slranorn Bros. .'i. Ditto, 2 yeans and under :t yearn -). lMtto, 1 year and under '2 veal's Cliaiupiou Hum, £Ti 5s, gift of Mr. 1'. K. liody ('liamjjion Kwe, Jt'o'is, gift of Mr. Mae Harry SKVTION T— UOAHSK WOOU-KI) SHUKr. 1'i-izi;, .02. Class. 1. Linpoln Rain, S years .ind over, lirst prixu £5 5s, gift of M-: -1. 1). Wilkinson ; second prize, tjase of Wine, gift of Cald wull and Co. 2. Lincoln Uam, I year and under 3 years. £2 -2s, gift of Mr. It. -!. Dulliuntv ' 3. Lincoln Kwe, 3 years and .ivi-r.' t'2 '2s. gift of Mr. C. j). i:. Vim Wcenau 4. IJncoln Kwe, 1 vein and undur 3, £'2 '2s, gift of Richardson and Wallace ?'-. Lincoln Ram and Kwo, .inv ngi...

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The Spartan Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

The Spnrlnn Woman. The noble. Italian lady whom Gari baldi called 'the Spartan woman' lias just died iu Milau, as poor as she lived. Signor Catariua l'assudoti-Andreuzzi was born in I-'rinll iu 3815, tbe, year after the old Italian province had been given back to the Austrian rulers. WUeu a young girl of 15 she was married to Dr. Audreuzai, tbe patriotic Italian pliysi clau. She passionately laboured with him in the so-called 'conspiracies' of 1831, 1838, 1853, aud 1804. Her bouse iu Friuli became after 1SU1 a home of refuge for ' conspirators of all nations. Signora Catarina was once herself im prisoned at Udine, and at another time had to secure herself by exile. Her generosity and carelessness for her own interests had reduced har to poverty In her widowhood. She reckoned amongst her intimate friends aud correspondents mil only Mazziui, Saffi, Cairoti, Oam panellti, and Garibaldi, but Kossuth and other Hungarian patriots «f tlw most exciting period of our century.

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SHEEP. SECTION [?] MERINO SHEEP [?] [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

SHEEP. S1VT10N IJ,-MKU1XOSHKKP («iis.»s« Kr.i.). (I'ri/.i- C-i-is, unless otherwise spi-iitioil.) Class. 1. Ham. 3 years ami over, t'.'i :1s, gift ol Mr. I.'. ; Hunter '? 2. Ditto, 1? years and under :t years 3. Ditto, 1 year and under '2 years 4. hvxv, I! years and over 'i. Ditto, 2 years and under :i years li. Ditto. 1 year and under 2 years ' 7. Pen of Five Ku-os, over -2 years, hied bv i exhibitor in the Western Uintriel, I'll I. ! gift of the Sydney Wool Selling Hruker*' Association. Three competitors 5. Ton of Tliree Ewes, 4 -tooth or over, £-2 u's. gift of Messrs. Htrahnrn Uros. II. Two Hams and Two Kwe«, £'2 -2s, gift of Mossrs. Mctiarviu Sniitli anil Oumi HI 'IVo Merinu Kvtes, any nge, £2 '2s 11. Pen of Five I year old Kives, bred by exlii bitor, A'-2 2«, giftof Mi'ssrs. David Jones ! and Co. 12. Two Rams, any ago ! IS. 1'cn of Vivv Merino Kilt Wethers, £1 10s : Cn.ini'ioN I'mzKs. Merino Ham, CIO IDs {£!i ,1s gift of Mr. 1'. K. liody, iind £n 3s gift of Mr. Mae ]5arrv) Mer:...

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A Valuable Badge. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

A Valunbli- Bndf--. The Lord Mayor of London's badge of office is set with diamonds worth con siderably over £120,000. And moreover tbe temporary owner has to give a bond for it before lSe Is sworn iu. It would never do to have the City deity abscond ing with the insignia of his ottice, or sub stituting paste for the diamonds thereof.

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SMALL HOLDERS. SECTION G. FARMERS AND TOWNSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

SMALL HOLDERS. SECTION G. ; FAUMKRS AND TOWXSMKX. K.B.— A Sniiill Ifolder .-hall monn Ihu lioldfi- j of not more than 'JolilJ aeivs. Anv auiiiiiil exhibited in Se-:tions }i mid )?' is . * not eligible for competition in »ln: follow ? ing Suetirtii. 1'riw, fl lUs. Class. 1. Hull, -2 years and over ?2. l-itto. 1 r year and undiT-2 yeai- 3. IMltii.ttiiiontliKiind under 1-2 iunuili« 4. (,'n«-, ii years and over .'-. Heifer,'! year and under 2 years li. Heifer, (i'uionths nn-l under 12 months 7. IScsl Milch COW

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CATTLE. SECTION E—SHORTHORN [?] [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

CATTLE. SKCTMX K-SttOttTHORN (tilths l'i;i-.) : -!rassfed Ciiulc shall mean cattle f«l in purely | gr.ies jKidilocks (iuceruc paddoeks to he j aueepted ns grass paddocks). To l)e jilacod on the Show Gro'.iud neither ' washcil, giijoincil, nor artificially deuli with in anv wav. (1'nV.e, t'J K'ls.) Class. i ). Hull, 3 years and over ; 2. Ditto, :2 years and under 3 years. Hi '-. gift of Mr. ,T. SlcvcnEon ' j :i. Ditto, 1 year and tmdei-iJ veaif. ?2lsi.'\ira, gift of Mr. T. 15aird 4. Ditto, over 0 and under 1-2 months .1. Cow, 3 vears and over, £-2 '2f, gift of Mr. .1. . 'fink' -i. lluifcr, '2 years ami under :- yi-;iiw, second . jiiize iJIs, gift of Mr. .1. Moiitgomerv 7. Special prize of £2 '2*, «ilt of Mr. 1). 1'ameroii, for Pen of 'JTiris- Heifei-P, 1 year and under '2 years. (These Heifers '. t'i he bred by exhibitor and huaring: lii« brainl, and iiottoconipetcforllieAss.il Nation's I'rize for Heifers .same agr.) 5. Ditto, 1 year and undei '2 years | !l. 1 -ilti-, -i 'uiontbs nnd...

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THE SUGGESTER OF. CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

THE SUCCESTER OH CRIME. _ i ? . ?- BY] MOHLEY HOBERTS. Author of 'The Western Colonies,' ' Red Earth,' 'jThe Earth Mother,' ?' The Circassian,' &c && Between Betlmne and Buller, who were both members of the Asiatic Club, there was at once a remarkable likeness and a re markable antipathy. If by any chance a member called Buller ' Bethune,' when the lights were low, it annoyed him very mush; and wheu Bethune wan hailed as ' Bullei.' he damned the man who did it incontinently, glared, and often loft the room. And yet, beyond the dislike which often shows itself among those who accidentally resemble each other, there was no real reason for this com mon hatred. ' 1 just hate him, that's all,' said Buller, when Singleton asked him why. ' But why, again' cried Singleton. ' Ob, because.' replied Bulier, with the well-known American aposiopesis which is so convincing. Bethune liked very few men in the club, but sometimes he talked with Singleton, who rather prided hi...

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HORSES. SECTION A BLOOD STOCK. (Prize, £1 [?] unless otherwise specitied.) [?] [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

HORSES. SUCTION A — 1JLO01) STOCK. -l'ri/.e, £1 UK, unless otherwise specified.) Class. U Stallion, 3 years ami ovei' 2. Ditto, i years and uuder $ years 3. Ditto, 1 year anil under 2 years 4. Mure, 3 years ami over ,r-. Filly, - yinvs '«ml under 3 years ti. Ditto, 1 year mill under 2 yours '. Mule, with (on) at font f'lUMi'ios 1'itiXK i» Classes 1, 2, and 3, t'5 'h, gift of Mr. ¥. -). Maru.0. Ohmi-ion 1'JtlZK 1 Plate or dip) value i'3 3s., gift of Hardy Hrotheis, for best animal in Classes 4, .1, ti. and 7. SKCTION B-l)RAU(VHT STOCK, j (Pri/.e, £1 UM., units? otherwise .-.pee; tied.) ? -;lass. j 1. Stallion, 3 years mill over ; 2. Ditto, 2 years and under 3 yearn :l. Ditto, 1 yonr ami imdnf i yearn, £1 10s., ! ulso C«ii, gift of Messrs. Lever Bros. .; 4. Mare, 3 years and over j .'-. Filly, - years and under 3 years j «i. Uitto, Tyear anil under 2 years j 7. Marc, wfili foal ut fool j ^'?iumiioN' I'RUV. in Clusstis I ami -, £j .'is., : the gift of Mr. .1. 1). Mackay j CluvrioN I'ki...

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