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Chapter [?] RECE[?]ES NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

?0f, jernda.!e L'od<;e Viola . ,..cle's housekeeper, on ,10 day when lithel went over for .a few hours to Stic concerns which had usion at the time of her see Reginald. :eper, a trusted friend of many year.?, via* eagerly questioning her mistress as to the invalid's progress. "Yes, the doctors .-till think he will re cover partially, at auy rate, but it will be a Ion;j, weary time, I am afraid, a great deal depends on hi? being absolutely quiet. He is as helpless ;t- a cliild, and it is terribly painful," added Viola, .sud denly breaking down and sobbing bitterly. Sometimes his mind is perfectly clear, but at others he does not even recognise roe. He wanders, and tells me to away, mistaking rae for Mrs. Rivers, we suppose. Of course he had a serious shock on dis covering, as he unfortunately did, that he had not succeeded to his uncle's estate." " It's dreadful indeed, Jliss Wilfer, ttint it is, but you must he a true Yorkshire lass, and bear U|> bravely." "Indeedrildo...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Robinson Cr[?]soe's Gun. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

; Robinson Crusoe's Can. Rrtblnsoti Cnisoj's musket was sold by" auction at Edinburgh for thirty-one guinea,s (says the "Pall Mall Gazette"), la Case we should be told by some pedant . ih?,i',Rpbin.=on Crusoe was not Robinson Crusoe at all, but Alexander Selkirk, we will admit it was to the latter gentleman that. It-was claimed the musket belonged. But Whereas Selkirk was only celebrated In the melancholy poem commencing "I'm- monarch of all I survey," while Crusoe hkd a book-to say nothing of ?endless pantomimes every Christmas written aboat him, we venture to thii ho Has a bettsr elaim to the musket. On want, to know.where the other < reKcs " art to be found. Where, stance. Is ihevfamojcw. umbrella ar 'saof fc?-^.IJcteitbly his pa' atill aliv^, - for. pa.Trots.are n long-Hvetl,.' niid could teil us find them. . The <h goat aHdr'caf 'oii^ri] price, if--'. Xhi&y' genuine, as nojidtJuT We are also/o»V'the Munchausen arid L.err

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Sketcher. Professor Quackenboss. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

- >S?jiie Sketclier. ./ | Professor Quackenboss. We quote the following further pas ! sages irorn Max Adeler's " Professor j Quaokenboss" :- ? It n_ad never known why the Professor designed his great Nebuchadnezzar en terprise, but some people had a dark suspicion that he proposed to absorb for his own use any money that he secured. He entered the office of tthe " Argus" one day, and producing a huge roll of manuscript he said: " I've got something here that I .want you to publish. It's a " Vindication of Nebuchadnezzar.'" " A what V" " I .say I've got here a ' Vindication of Nubuchadnezzar.' The object of it is to set Nebuchadnezzar right with the pub lic, to clear up his record and give ihian some kind of a chance." " My dear sir, the .public don't care nothing about Nebuchadnezzar. Our I space is too limited for anything so un important." " t thing you are wrong. For about throe thousand years (people's minds have been prejudiced against that great and good man. I've found som...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WOMAN WHO MAKE THE BEST WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

f THE WOMAN WHO MAlrf'j' THE BEST ViiFK . i " I SHOULD like to marry." said r. ®n>tv reader of Forntl-3fc-lTet the other clay, bub I am afraid to veutisvc. I divide a!! girls into three classes of wives, autl-being a rather nervous individual, 1 fear le>t inv futureJiaacee might possibly become oae oi' the -species o£ wife whom I hold in irttcr detestation." For the benefit of our readers, this timid bachelor's classification oi the girls may here bo givon. In the Sirsi. rank comes the wife who is both useful and ornamental. ? Her husband is never afraid to bring home an unexpected friend, as he knows that Lucillo is cai>ab!o oi' sending up a dinner hastily devised at tho iasa moment from heterogeneous odds and ends ; ;vnd, at tho saint; time, sxperit'ncc has taught liim that his wife is always ready to piay tho part of'the charming hostisa, whom-no 'little >:ontrete>up.i can put out. Lucille, too, can-make a pudding as '.veil as she can play the piano. Ker slim finde...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
How to Cure a Sty. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

How to Cure a SSy. Take the white of an ess on a sa liter ..( and rub Into it a. small pinch of_po\*- . dered alum. It -will become a "cunl. Put it between two pieces of fine muslin lawn, and bind it over the eye before re tiring for the night. In the morning the sty will be gone, or much better. One more application will be sufficient, and no more sties will comc.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Remove Dust Spots from Cloth. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

from Cloth. I If the cloth is rough,1 rand you have worn it.'. oir dusty days^ -and. then on a showery .one, use -warm watdr and castile or brvcwn soajp. Ko anjKlonia is needed, as the heatecf 'Water: usually floes the "work satisfactorily. TFae.an old riali brush. with sgft'brisilasJ; to do the vnrk. and dry the cloth by pressing uiUi a. Lot Iron on the inside. . . ^ ,

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SPANIARDS AND BUCCANEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

SPANIARDS' AND , . . g ' -BUCCANEERS.-.'; . i As a rule theSpsn ish-American merchant men, were formidable . floating ? castle<3. . They might carry 150 of a crew, with a company or two of disciplined soldisrs They mounted many1 guns of. heavy ? metal: Tho "musketeers" were freely furnished with thosa bell-mouthed Ircujucoi ? which belched out bullets by the quarter bushel, and were excessively disagrecablo at close quarters. And they were clothed in cuirasses or buff, which would turn a ball." The poop and the forecastle were solid farts, and the former was furnished with semi circular galleries from which ths defenders could firo with commanding precision. There were boarding nettings to be triced to the rigging, and even at the waist, where , the sides were the lowest, bearding must have been liljo scrambling up tha sides of a house. If we turn, on the other hand, to' tha light buccaneering craft, rt would seurn there W&3 no sort of equality. They were federall...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARE FEATHER BEDS HEALTHY? [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

| AE'Si FEATHSB BEDS j HEALTHY? "Ths sanitary caecfca ot the rarioo's materials usad far bsda i3 a subject which hM.'csen too little considered. ? The old established institution, the feather bed, has ita comforts,, and with thcsa who have been long accustomed to it. it hasbecomeon actual . necessity. In the Anglo-Sa^oa days warm beds were a desideratum in every well- j arranged household, and sinco then, through tho medseval ages up to tho pre sent time, beds, bedsteads, and bed furni ture have been matters of importance in connection with every household. The unwholesome curtains have now nearly gone QUO of ose-a change in fashion which is conducive to health; with those of the rising generaiton the feather bed is decidedly going out of favour; and generally the medical profession do not speak in its praise, and before long it is likely that fether beds will bo disused in the hospitals. By soma good housewives tho cases of the FKATHZ3 B2BS ABB CHANGSD. at the least once a year; th...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
How to Stone Raisins. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

How to Stone Raisins. A very good -way to stone raisins is to have a glass of cold water beside one. Dip the fingers into it, and the seed will easily drop off from them, and it will not be such a difficult task as most people think it to be.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Household Hints. Quick Sewing. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

I Household Hints Quick Sewing. 1' a short needle is used the work will be done much quicker. If. however, the worker's fingers are long-, a medium-sized one 'will be found better for her.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Home-made Gum. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

Home-made Gum. I A very convenient mucilage can be made out of onion juice. A good-sized Spanish onion, after being boiled for a short time,. will yield on being- pressed quite a large quantity of very adhesive fluid. It is a cheap and good mucilage, and answers as well as the more costly cements. :

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hon to Remove Traces of Tears. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

Hon to Remove Traces of Tears. Bathe gently for a few minutes -with rose-water, then He down for a few more frith a soft rug saturated in rose water over the eyes. Never wash the face in water, as it increases the redness.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Lord Esher. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

' Lopd Esher. It -is fT-ild tiiat Lord Eslier's retire ment ,1s, from a journalistic point of jview, rt'^rtti5al>3i>. for there never fijw ami probably never frUf le. another President of Ifhe -Cfonj-t oi Appeal so eminently re l»craWa tj| lie, : The running lire of. " i'lttifT'l that-lie. keepi» np on learned, ^counsel ;5s Jjumorons to a rtegive. bat Most dfti-oiicerftas to the recipient there His lordship sometimes sot a Ito lactl fc> \iis Oliver-as when a' yonng iteatrt'ifte-1 fa ,tire course of argument ;8tated t^at no treasonable person could doubt OJie particular proposition. " But il;donbf.it vepy nmeh." said the .Tndg;'. The youthful advocate, not one whit abashed. replied; "I said no reasonable person, my lord." The Master of the Rolls oouid only gasp, " Proceed, sir, proceed." r

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
He Could Not Be Compelled. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

Ms. C&ejtcl Wot ^ Compelled. A pepp ry^Ul geS^eJiuui-went to his' solicitor <afi-<lu3\ greatly eateU«&LoTer an iasisii: ho t*mvlv»il from a political opponent, >: ,.j;to-h|ir it ..-boated- (Jls^nusfou, Ii5e.«ilvar;atyiiiaa tdm to put liis ljeacl nnier tUe pv.:«;), :ind lie vfahted to take l^avl teva&zi^ -The swlieStor pink Hiked Jo .-ynsidt'i' the matter,' ami atria*! nut-ciJ.sat to call .the nest day. Tlw old sremk-nwr came- promptly, -eager. to toow wl;u. i. mid be done. " My dear . Mr. A-was >the lawyer's gwttfttfCi' " I b.iv» ipokwl up tlie law in your caw tlioronsrhlj",.and despite tlie fact tliat Jin X' ti>U yo'i to soak your head. I find Shalt-tbcit! It, i>o statute that can compel you to t?.» so."'

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEMININE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

FEMINJNK .By a W<,Hj* By this title is meant, r.ggp^fth . |P»tJi«ri»«ls otjiamswl andSBSwl -'.V ladisr^ and reluctantly and s{Kuv>eiy_i:iti«r!do.-?*3y- | the other sex. an those; -»tSd> ~s> sasnn >..:s ! devised for hoc ow^wwi tx,-fet, aad | from which man .'is : ria-^nvi-j-iy exefaded. j Whether wo really «uj»y-.{ iic-tu <:r not may ; perhaps be (louhu:d',;; bu t .V;jy.w men arc ; selfcli enough to. h%v<£ ss?? b',-,.-.;]:e!;ir j parties which wear1,)' io..thloml, ! wo feci bound in of ' reCaiii'/tio;:;-?' to novels and :iov. a very accurate idea, oi j.-.v)'' ..w«y-.:.u- which : our lards and . mssros, ..ir.hiji.f; jp.yv»y the ' ".nd it, seems only fair ui-v'-v .vi-do the'j curtain of mystery wh.;jj>...^!Ute .b.WieHo con-1 cealcd our own p(vHkv.::v-'r i from the masculine }p6a,'v . '? Let us begin with.hhr wj^cfes'-jsasty-; an J institution of consicIe^bSk-iSif^gty, since j it scemS to have been, Jovr/i&dtfe ;»y'- Dorcas. | If ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

1P1I is It mL §® ' Ad,ire""-as sour save jrw sorvarts who her person. She ' love of ht-r yon tli; ; life at l-'ort Aran, gotten littic war. He r . _ _ _ day*.-and she '; yet lie had gone out fond. aiul siio was alone liL-tl lier " Miss Angel" everybody's friend. Can ' her ,7 Gentie.-Unit with a wigth; lovely,-but with a iron ; sweet,-but with a any fate-sueli was Miss icross her pathway there drifted [.litly-sonic one eke. anil he loved sometimes young men love those ire older, and wiser, than them He was proud of hw love, and luler still of her he loved. SO in the dim. oak-i>aueiled room lie jam! told her all the story of that love fil her sad eyes grew dim and her lips f.w tender with sympathy for him. Was not love-ou lier part, you nn stand-not. then. All the love she fad had to give was buried in the grave rtiere her dead hero slept-" alone She desert"-near Fort Aran, But this young fresh spirit, pouring out such ien 'dw emotion for hex-, had power to move her .very deeply. S...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Diamond Robber Caught. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

A Bismosid Slobber Canglit. How Eilward Tinmen came to stand in the dock for liis misdemeanours deserves :i place anions our " Strange True Stories." It discovers no thrilling inci dent. it i.-; true. bvtt illustrates how some men's steps are dogged by accident. For an accident led Kdwitrd Thonen iato , crime, ar.d only an accident brought liini to book lor it. Ti'.onen was of a good family in Ger many. and in the end of the year eanie over to London to seek liis fortune., It was late in December when he arrived, and by the first day of the year he had not a penny toidess himself with. He had been robbed of everything he pos sessed-how robbed he never made known; very likely he :<W»s thrown amo>ig evil company by a .weakness of character which his misfortunes nradc | evident. ! In his plight the hotclkeeper in Pins bury Pavement came to him as a bene I factor, 'llie innkeeper recommended his protege to Birnstingl. Schwabacher. and Co.. in Itroad-street Building's, as a...

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cause and Cure of Headaches. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

Cause and Care of Headaches. Headache is often the result of eating too much and exercising1 too little. Nine times out of ten the cause is the fact that the stomach was not able to digest thf- food, last introduced into it, either from its having been unsuitable or ex cessive in quantity. A diet of bread and butter with ripe grapes or other fruit, with moderate or continuous exercise in the open air sufficient rc keep up a gentle perspiration, would cure almost every case in a short time.

Publication Title: Charleville Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Chapter [?] AT THE GRAND THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Charleville Courier — 16 May 1896

a V ?y.d.V-;: i® . QR4isis.- v MrfRN' <>s» Bras . ""rf ?.eac.iitSitai as b&inp twfivKl «® co^u^at^uy i ; .^frArifltayqr"'. ^a»a.v, E-t,ri llcV.IUc M(, '.{ about hj /",', V ^,; Wjlfcr'V y( xlv ,*,'(J remor/ ">..<; . . . .' fne M i1 .' . /*?;>???£ :^ry ;J '"" and tic-- lately beeomo very dissipated,*' .-he when, under prulext of unpacking, sho had retirwl to her own room to tliin!; mallei's over. "That's hoc tjiiito my, ideal o! ;v husband certainly, but who ever does realise !um ideal in this dull, work-a-dav world ? "Such .1 match as ICmnird ltiver« isn't to be met every day, especially by :i pimmi-phaii like nie, with a. few paltry hundreds, ami jthu prospect of ;£<>i»$r out a ynvemess .whenever anything happens t(i uncle." ; "I wonder if 1 cunld eoax Mrs. ,S.\undcrs *o introduce ma to Mm Kivers. I'll try it tin. Sh« may think it. cheeky, but, '''nothing venture nothinj; have,' :im! I shall never £et into society at all if i stan...

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