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A STORY OF THE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

A STORY OF THE COURTS. While upon the subject of jurymen I can not resist describing a whimsical incident that occurred many years ngo. It was a Monday morning, in the middle of July, and f remember, sb I journeyed to Clerkenwell, remarking how lovely was the weatlnr. The judge was a little late, and the grand jury were being charged, anil we — that is, the Bar — had either robed or were robing, and Blood chatting together in our room. While we were thus .engaged my clerk ushered in the well-known form of a celebrated journa list, who was an old friend of mine. He was Very smart, in his snow-white waistcoat, and looked like a visitor at a garden party. Shaking hands with him t exclaimed; ' What on earth brings you here? ' 'I'm on the jury,' lie replied; 'that is to say, I've been summoned. For goodness' sake get me off. I never was so busy in my life, and from what they tell me 1 should be kept here for a week or a foitnigbt. You go down and sav a word for me to the Clerk ofthel'eac...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

Dubbo Pastoral, Agricultural, & Horticultural Association. a^^^Jrl ri 1 # U JLiJQ €*-P»fc Jb^ Jc€# JL2B Jbi 355 FOR SHOW TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 9th and 10th, 1899. **Sf VHNSIDENT— T. BAIRD. VICB-WtESIDEKTS— J. JV MACK AY. .1. KLTHKRFORD, F. K. BODY, MAC HAKRY, 11. BOOTH, b\ MACK. HlW. TRKASURKR-C.-H. FlT&OKHALb. | .SKCKKTAHV — HAHLEY AKTILL. | AUDITORS— T. W..KKAYDOX asp A. T. WOOI-. T. M. SOOTS P. iSOAKK .1. CTKVBNSOX T. R. BAIRD .T, G. JinOWN I K. .r. HOLMES A. H. KEAROJJ J. A. BUSBY COMMITTEK : W. K. MORGAN A. CHAK; W. HROWXLOW )!. C. JtULHUXTY T. WILKINS 1 J. TINK 1 0. CADKLT, I 1. KOUKRTS i u. c:amkros H. K MACKICVZIK i;. «. 1TLKY «'. M'. HAIttl) Kntraiice, fee, unless otherwise specified, .*- per cent, nn amount of Prize (niiiiiinmn Is.) for non-tiicmbers. Holders of Members Tickets arc entitled to free entrance, except where otherwise specified. D.ni: ok Kntrv — All entries to be made in writing, and to bo lodged with the Secrctai y not later...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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PATENTS THAT PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

PATENTS THAT PAY. Many inventors complain that ' there is no money in inventions nowadays.' It ie doubtless trut! that many inventions that are patented fail to return any money to their inventors, but this may be, first, be cause the patented article is of no commer cial ubo and will not attract buyers, or second, because, while the article may possess very great commercial possibilities. the owner does not possess either the capital or the business tact to push it, or holdB it at so high a figure tbat he drives away all possible. purchasers. That patented articles do sell, and sell well, may be seen by all in - ventors who may look up the business in all its details. A compilation of tbe latest sales of Ajieri ? can patents showed that one inventor has sold a palpated dispensing-can for £120, another sold a graining apparatus for £100, and another sold a patent iu folding xvall shelres for £200, The same list showed that a patent for tbe ornamentation of metal sur facessold for £1...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

i THEYCA1UTA MIRACLE! -- doctors give fifni upl Hospitals discharge him INCURABE! I , A DARK Af.'D GLOOMY PRQSPECTI A RAY OF SUNSK.'KE and a PERFECT RESTORATION. (nv or»i srwiAj. hepoutkil) What is lounHy Considered a Rflir.-iaTs haslot'ly i-vin ivTf.'rmc! a( .Siivci- \V.i*or, eonii-iiincs clu-i ' Itit»clLo»n,'' s» ''-ij- Ibbetts .-live tbi-i--, a pretiily .-i; smu^ vill-.^j bear Aubnni, ki-A abui't' 10 miles from Syttney, in ili-: m.iiisu' Hi-ii.n line. News of t):c prrfi;. t jfsln.vjtior. of lienllii to Mr. Wiili.m Ibhett havi:ig got 'inn -\, *fv disjialcliud ens of o;ir rcpoiluis t' i!ib liituici x.o institute a fo;nc-!;iug iuvc-tig ..Uou into the case, and fin i ;»t The A!isofuio TrutSi from Mr, IM-.Ett aivl t!i? ueighhonis, who appear to linve ni;i-!e Hie case on- ofgcuemi intercut in the ncisiilio'.iriiooil iursuiiie time past, fur it tins breu a H:ii!y subject of BO'-vers:ilUni B'r.ongst t!ic m.iiiy people ncqMr.i'itt- ( vitVi t'ir |iartku!.ics. '.:. i .ji. ,?,! ,. ,:i.. not ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

Wanted Tenders ISjjjSOR lie.kinjr, Hfi:igingand Paiul m ing FOUR GATES for Karro nsiue Recreation Reserve. Apply for Particulars and Specifications to W. O'NEILL, Secretary to Iba TrustwR. Wanted tpO BUY— Chrnp on Terms, Small ! *«? ALLOT M. NT LAND. Slide! Ti'.'ma, aud address 'VfVWX,' Post Ouioc, Jvttvrominn, dlssplation of fafte§lip. £YIHIS is tn notify ihaf I Iir.vo (ills -?-* day dissolved Parinvrbiiip wiih 1.. i^AKCR. J. E. AVPS, KiU'roorjuts. 10th. March, 1899. ?? ' w. cohenT'. WATCHMAKER & JEWELLtiR, SPENDING- completion of Ne* £*j- Premises, will carry on business nest door to Mil. MiCKKXZiu's Sadklers Phop. ^§^|*ILL the Gentleman who took *&?%£ the wrong hat at the Dance 3,-ist night return same to this OFlflCE. To the Licensing Courb for the Licensing District of Dubbo m ALFRED THOMAS M03T0N, wl|- of Narromine, iu the Colouy of New South 'Wales, hereby give notieo that it is my intention to apply at the next ensuing Licensing Court to bo held at Dubbo on t...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

Tho pain of a bnrn or scald is al most instantly rcleired by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It also hoals the injured parts more qnickly than any other treatment, and with out the born is very severe dona nnt leave a Rear. For sale by G. W. BiRtow & Co. The lute Dr. Maurice O'Connor might have, been knighted had he de fiired the title, but hodid not. It was be who patched cp fir Henry Parkcs' badly fractorcd leg when the reternn ?waB at the heiehl: of his power and fame. Dr. O'Connor won Parkcs' favourite physician, ' Hngbie ' Taylor vt«r his favonrite friond. Both ?were E.O.'e. end so is the lady who became his third and last wife. Yet Parkes, nearly all his life, angled for tbrj Anti-Catholic vote. Pis private *? opinion however, wes that ono form. i of belief was about as geoH as another /(^j He alwnyR recognised that tho pnblic '^ bad to be bnmbigged first and Berved 5 afterwards. ^ CanoKic Diarrhoea Ctjr.ED ' This is to certify that I !m-e had ' ? chronic diarrhoea e...

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

Court day nest Friday, 14th iust. Berrymim and Der.tou's spacious store is neariiig completion. More telephones are being laid ou at the Pobt Office. More business aud less accommodation. The wretched accommodation for ofiicial and public is simply disgraceful. Mv. Mi J. Hgjjpji. frr some years in ! ;lie Police force, stationed at Duhbo ; and Peak Hill, is now keeping the billiard table at Obus' Hole]. We are informed that Mr. John Healy, late of MoRFgiel, has become the purchaser of the Koyal Hotel, now j in the occupation of Mr. Obns, anil t Viai'arra.i3geiut'!its far a transfer are being completed. 3)r. G. D. Ritchie, stock and ctatiou agent, Narrounne, repertH that lapt week 2300 crows-bred wcauers were tracked for ^VcHintrtiMi, Messrs. J. and Vsr. Parkinson, of Ren Buckley, owners, lir. W. Kelly, of Warren, in charge. Also thai 4000 mixed crossbred^ passed JVaironu'ne for Mmjg-oe on account of i'lic same owners, Mr. Joe Daly in charge. These are described ns n uplenuid lot of s...

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THE [?] STREETS [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

IMa .roR-'.D'S STliKli'L'd Tin Iwngitsl, pivi'J stivit, iii ihs world is iV'asliiiigiois-siruttt, Uu.--l«ni (U.S. A ), winch is suvduieun iniltsa mil :t hair louij. T!ij fclnirlisr. streoi la llu It i ; 13lu, IVis, wl^cii is Liait-ty twenty fee- lui-£ ; tl-« widest sire t id Mnrkot-stfoi-t , Pliilupeiplnu ; ihj narrowest llieVciS il, Havana; which is only ilir'se tutst Hiid a lunf wide, Hiid, ther- 1'uiv, ci-u$cit*iiliou*iy Hroi-J-d bj corpulent pei-o,is. The hijrht-si utruet i- ALiiti-sl-ivut, Denver, (.il r iido; th.e 'l.i..vi;»t stiver, wli.cli u j l-jknv thj Jcv.il of tlu s-sii, .Main- j street, -5 jjrdjetiiiVii, lintwli Guiana; the cltfcKtiin'i. eti'i'ut, Jtegeiil-oiiLVi, L -ndj!i ; hh-: ilii tiunt stivei , l'uhaug Tsi-»treut, iV.iukiii. he suvft with t io whitest ho isc.i is tiiu Via. Gas li'e, &svil!«f tipiiu ; tho hlrt-t-t with the biLic'^eat lijasjs, Thread noeilW-atrtfi*. Ij iuJiiii. Tliu richest ?street in llu whole world is Fifth Avoum, Ke\v York; the ])ioivst, i...

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

1 | Subscription : jPEK QUABTEB, IX ADVANCE, 4a PiiR QOAJlTEIt. BOOKED, Ss.

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

j 9ubhkcd Has a La«-m..»xi- 1)ajli lyatinuiiKi! j i I ? Oil.' Ul ATION. ? ? j !_ _ ; ? :j ? ]

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THE TESTIMONY OD ESTHER SANDYS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

*Ht TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. - I ait Eights Uebehved.] ' BY ROMA WHITE. CHAPTEa XXI. (Continued.) ' Hail yonr husband. Mrs. Sandys,' con tinued the Counsel for the defence, ' ever occasion to object to jour conduct towards Mr. UitzRoy Sandyi V ' No, never,' replied Esther. 'Nobody ever thought of such a thing.' ' Had you any dispute on the iiiaht of August 22nd on this matter ?' '? We had no dispute. I had Been Mr. FitzKoy Sandys try to convey a note to Baraiina Gibson that afternoon, in the penoiller's shell, and had picked it up myself. 1 SD.ikc to my husband about it and gave it into his hands.' Esther further went on to make a full statement of the events of that afternoon and evening, and lo explain bow anxious Humphrey had been to protect Saranna Gib Bon. Her white face, tightly clasped hands, and bravely spoken answers created a strong feeling in favour of herself and the prisoner at the bar. But Humphrey, his fedingB in a painful tumult of mincry and shame, awaited the cr...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

P°r GRIFFITHS BROTHERS i^ I ! .L-X ^ ^I'0'*1 Appointment to Jyffiflfeg^ Hw Excellency the Governor,, I I jlffi ''? I 'TTtm A €S a, cm i ^II0 ^est 'ju^'ties obtsinaW^, paly pure an-f wholesome Teafli '?%/ '-'A ?-? I;G»/*HViP I stocked, and every leaf guaranteed for Quality, Purity wid Value, ^ 1 , i I I ^_ -^ \__£_ f Our Jiniiorlafions nf Coffee -nni4i:we (he Finest Bans the World ran produce. Wei i 1 j ^^g' r*g*l'rt J roa-t and sumily it Ircsh from our Mills diily. IVlthihe »id ol worts' skill and rare In ; ! J uUrrECS I «sl-«aiitf aii-t i-rop»nn|r, we are enabled to vivo «utefclit,facUan»Weh lias gaiueilfdroiirl j '? 1 -^-^^L^^mT ? ^^ ^'^ ^*^ Cuflcej euch a «fdo nud gratifying reputation. , j : t -rn i^ ^_ — _ _-_ C There are many different kinds of Cocoa. We manufacture »ndi f.'Vl f*n^flAC« J *'PPly them all. The PURE EXTRACT, the HOMEOPATHIC C6COA, KOLA! ! _ . v\\ pwvuAy t»e*?m^?^^se7crdCHOC0LATt- «??»?»-??« «»p-*-i I £nrrt.' | '^:*&SSBj£ 634 GEOBJQE. ST., ^^^ SYDNEY.- I ...

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

Adelaide ' Q i '?. ' s;iys thnt a certaiu ? M.tJ. hai a uari-div eM:ape frutu biinjj bitten by ;t blac'r sunk*.' in flu; i;il;ind pHi't of his o.iiistitiifiicy. Syduey ' Woripr ' vvinto t.- kno.y wbat part ; of his auatoiny is that ? '-Z-^' ''I've co:n-j tj kill a printer,' said '/? thj Itttli 111 i:i. ? '? Any printei- ii: par - tioular?-'^ asked tlie foreman. 'Ob i iii, auyjti-j will dj : 1 woSM | ri-'f»T a ; Kmill uue, III in 'h; hjt I've gi't to .' in ik-i s'oiuj sui-t ut' h bluff at light or f find g^t u;j piiicj at home niuce the s pipjv cirllpd ? my wife's gi-aud tta a ? ' nvviil affair.' i- A larg-e oum'j.-i- of Dumbala stock 7. - owuurs-siiiu paying {lie Stuck Tax and £ (.taiiug their stock., in bjud overjjhe ir- ? - i- iid.-r, where grass .i\»vl water 'are ' abuudaiit. ' The old time ' spirit of the bush ' is iilokvjy bur surely dying out, aud the ' Claiitiy' from the Oi'eiflnw,' aud ' Mau ii-Sm Lroubirk ' type bushmau will noou be figures of tins past. More than anywhere ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

GO)'.) ENOUGH TO TAKE The fiui'St q mlii.y of l--af su^m- is H4i)J io the ill iiiufritiiun: «f Cliaui'iev - . Join's Citu^li II 'ineiJy :ind tlie rnots tissd in iis jirejiiratioii f^iv« ii h ii.iv nr to_that of_iu-.i(-W b\vup, in«ki«g il *~ veiy |)leadaut l.n take. As a medicine tor tliduatuuf coughs, coMs, In gr.ippi1, : ciMap au-1 v\ hoopiiijj umigli it is uu ??quaHjd by .any.o.iliuf. . It »fiva.y« cures h-iJ Cured ijiiiukly Fu|- fale. l.y 0.- W Dai:U-\\ & Co.

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Might Do Better. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

Might Do Belter. Through carelessness on tbe part of the committee of a well-known West-end club, and some dexterous wire-pulling by the individual concerned, an exceed ingly unpopular man contrived to secure his election ; but be soon made himself generally obnoxious to his fellowuiem bers by continually posing and swagger ing on the steps at the entrance. One morning, not long after he had taken nn his customary position, a pro minent member of the club, -whom we will call Major Dash, came up the steps, and iu p;issiug him said with quiet sar casm : ' 1 say, K ? , I could get subscriptions to the tune of five hundred pounds for you in the club if you would only take your name off the books.' K ? rushed off in a tremendous rage to a friend of his with the story. ' What do you think V' he shouted. ' 1 have boon' outrageously Insulted by j that Major Dash. He has just said that if j I would t.-ike my name off the club books, j he would get up a subscription of live j hundred pounds f...

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

Sydney Mems, The latest Auti-Federal fiction is that Quccusland is not in sympathy with Federation. The big batch of elections there o« Sat-orday last gnvo the Governtijentd thumping roajorily and Premier Dictson nnd his Ministry are pledged snpporters of Federation on tho basis of the present Bill. Also every candidate favours union, Tho truth is, Queensland will accept Eed eration at the Refesendum by an over whelming majority. If Governor Beuehatnp marries a daughter of the Prince of Walcp, and severely restricts ihe Government House gnnst list, there will bo ructions among Sydney Society sncli as it is. The Earl would hardly care to intro duce the grand-daughter of the Queea to some of the irrepressibles whohaug about Government House and reckon they're somebodies. For the matter of that, neither would any seJfres peoting host. Mayor Harris must have some queer ideas on civic .etiquette. His latest has set the public smiling. He com plains that he ordered the Town Clerk to prepa...

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An Important Point. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

An Important Point. In a New England court-room one af tenioou in late spring there was a scene of great excitement. A witness had tes tified that he saw the defendant ' split tin' up rails' a few hours before the occurrence of the accident for which the defendant was supposed to be responsi ble. ' What did be say he was going to do with the rails 7' asked tbe counsel, fix ing the wandering eye of the witness with his stern gaze. Before tbe witness could answer the defendant's counsel was on bis teet. Insisting that the question was not al lowable. A prolonged wrangle there upon ensued. Various high authori ties for and against the admission of the question were consulted and quoted. Meanwhile the witness shifted from one leg to tbe other and gave vent to several prodigious yawns. Once he was ] heard to mutter that ' 'twits fearful ? hot,' but aside from thjil lieiimide no! remarks. As the controversy nigeil | hotter aud hotter something resembling a smile passed across his face onc...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Coon amble Railway. Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works. Public Works Buildings, Phillip—street, Sydney, [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

Coonanible Eaihvay. Parliamentary Standing Comaiitec on 1'ublic Works, Public Works Buildings, Phillip-street, Syducy Svduev. Ctb jlnrc'h, '90. Sir,— Your letter* to tho Minister for WorkF, asking when a Sectional Committee will visit thu Nnrvorivhie district to inquire respecting tho pro probed connection of Coonamblc -with the Groat. Wesu-ni Jiailway. has been forwarded to tins committee, and I am directed io say that miti! the Sectional Committee hits been nnnointcd iiotbiuET can be slated aa to their movements. Information will be foi'warded to you imiimiiately the appointment is made, and full opportunity afforded your League for plai-iug before the Sectional Commiit any evidence they desire to give. A vaUwsiy i.:.icT.t.;..:i fur.! TV.hcs via Pwik Hill to the western line, to which nlsn ynur letter alludes ip not one of the proposed railways referred to the committee for inquiry. 1 have, Ac,, CHAULBR LYNK, Scertiiirv. G. W. 13-11, Esq., Hon. Secretary, Navroinine Hail way Leagu...

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Spray. The Human Eye. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

Spray. Tin' Iliiuinn live. In an article on the bunmu eye written by Dr. Austin Flint tbft following pas sage occurs : ' Viewed us au optical instrument,, the human eye may well be called perfect, for It Is an apparatus contained In :i globe less than an iuch iu diumcler, in which is produced au image, practically perfect in form and colour, and which can lie accurately ad justed almost lustautly for every dis tance from five inches to infi nity, which Is movable In every direction, bus an area .small enough for the detection of the most minute de tails aud at the siime time large enough for Uie appreciation of large objects, and which enables us to see all shades of colour and to estimate distance, solidity, and, to some extent, tlie consistency of objects.' Ami yet ibis wonderful in strument, perhaps the most varied in its capabilities uf any part of Hie body, is persistently misused and neglected. Is it jiny wonder that some day Nature resents this treatment and leaves the offend...

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To be [?] [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 17 March 1899

To In- filled. A young married couplu lived very hflp pilv together. One morning, how ever, the young woiiuiu was very morose at the breakfast table, iinl behaved in a most extra ordinary way. The husband noticed the change in her manner, but on being questioned by him as to the cause of it she would not give him satisfaction until he finally insisted on being told what was 11--- matter. ' Well,' she s:iiil :it. last. ' ir I d roil in again that you have kissed another wo man 1 will not speak to you ugiiin as long as 1 live.'

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