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THE SERPENT'S POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

THE SERl'ENT'S POWERS. The power of continuing motionless, with the lifted head projected forward for an in definite time is one of the most wonderful of the. serpent's muscular feats, and is ofthe highest importance in the animal both when fascinating its vict m and when mimicking Bome inanimate object, a«, for instance, the stem and bud of an equatic plant; here it is' only . referred to on acoount of the effect it produces on the human mind', as enhancing the .serpent's strangeness. In this attitude, with the round, unwrinliling eyes fixed on tho beholder's face, the effect may bo very curious an.i uncanny. Erpest Glanvilio, a South African writer, . thus describes his own experience. When a boy he frequently ' went out into tho bush in quest of' game, aud on one of these solitary excursions he sat down to rest in the shade of a willow on the bank of a shallow stream ; sitting there, with cheek re-ting on hishand, he fell into a boyish reverie. 'After some time he became aware in...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LOTTERY CONS[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

THE LOTTERY CONS* In tlie Full Court on Mot the case of Regina verso came upon a (notion, for .1 t» set. aside tbe convict) applicant, George Morris, Jane ' lust yr company will! Hope Atkinson, convicted Hpiinsy in eon nection . with duct of a laud distribution and sentenced to a term of - ment.. A (pong tJie ^rrouiiiJ rapport of the application i claivd th(it one ofrthe jo ei ther i recti jr ot- indirectl tad Jn the sncoess of the lot' this ground the court, gn rule,, returnable on Friday - ; r A1 though ( he nlispijis ' petitions 4|ave'.b^o': yetotf Appeals to havei l)0en 1 liti lkg Y»fv]»ftiWte5'ia7)d I So r 'lonejf - pntes^ .and elm penny for: feybiw' 'iWirpfrno' Tji pal ffS rl ?

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Animal Life THE CAPTAIN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

Animal Life THE CAPTAIN'S STORY. j One of the oldest sea captains who visit the port is a German who years ago loft his fatherland to take servioe in one of the Eng lish vessels plying between Iiond*i and the East Indies; In conversation a few days ago he gave an account of his most excitinr ex perience. ... ' A great shark,' said he, ' had followed us —our vessel was not very large — for five days, on one of my early voyages. It was impossible to satisfy his ravenous hunirar. and he swallowod almost everything that -we threw overboard We tried in vain to cap ture the animal and almost decided to give up the attempt. Then, unhappily, my cabin boy died and we, of course, made prepara tions to bury him as sailors wish to bo buried, in the depths of the sea. We watched closely for the shark on the morcing of the funeral, naturally not wishing him to make a meal .on the ship's little favorite. We had not seen him for an hour or more, and be lieved the time favorable for the burial. But ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Essayist. [?]ORIGIN OF THE MOSS-ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

[?] loBK&N OF THE MOSS-ROSE. I is a very pretty German tradition rally known which accounts in the ?manner for the existence of tiie mow be legend is to the effect that onoe ime an angel, having a mission of uifering humanity, came down on 3 Tree much grieved at all the ein ry he saw, and at all tiie evil things I. Being tired, he sought aplace to rest, bat as it fared with his io it fared with him ; there was no ? him, and no one would' give him ? At last he lay down under the I a rose and slept till the rising son Aim. ; Before winging his flight Hud he addressed the rose, and said Bt had given him that shelter whioh *ed, it should receive an enduring .Aiia power and love. And so, leaf by .?twig by twig, the soft green moss And the stem, and there it is to this Hidle in which the new born rose may ?of, as the angle said, of God's power U-Newberry (England) House Afag

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Short Story. HOW THE LIGHT CAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

SHort Story, HOW THE LIGHT CAME. I am going to Ste. Anne this morning be cause I want to see the place regarding which so many strange stories have been related to me by some of the good people of Quebec. This is the substance of what they have told me of the little churoh down the river that is so famous for its miracle^. Ste. Anne was the mother of Mary, the motner or the JMazarene. Aeoording to tra dition, her body was brought to Gaul by St. Lazarus and placed in the church of Apt, where some time afterwards it was discovered by tho Emperor Charlemagne. Sinco that time miracles without number have been wrought at the church of Ste. Anne of Apt. Many sanctuaries have been dedicated to this saint. Among the most celebrated is Ste. Anne d'Auray. For centuries multitudes of the faithful have made pilgrimages there, and thousands of the afflicted have been healed. ? ntbo seventeenth century eomo Breton mariners who were sailing up the St. Law icnce met with a fierce storm and were in ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]THOUSAND SPINSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

I THOUSAND SPINSTERS. fore 10,000 women have now lost ice of marriage/ j Fateful words, it is almost unnec- j say, are from the pen of 'Walter He is commenting upon the fact ankof England has decided to ap lenas clerics, that various merch £s are doing the tame thing, and irlain branches of the Civil Service .re employed. It all means, he at 10,000 inen will be unemployed, fields and pastures new, leaving men in their places and 10,000 other libandless ! He finds no ray of the gloomy prospect. He admits ountiy will save about £500,000 a the change. 'Bat,' he goes on 33sible families are not called into Now, 10,000 families may average ildren. The country, therefore, , brains, productive power, fighting Ionizing power, 40,000 men and Putting the productive power of at £160, we have a lot in the next of £4,000,000 a year, or to secure !9 and strength of 40,000 English somen, reckoned at £4,000,000 a

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

flBOliiCITOR, ilOR^ iOTO .; fls 'Barm^man Court regfilarly. :|^'c4tip.i '? ? mm?, ? SOLICTTOli ?a^'d ? vm&ioft . e: t)p BFe\v South . ?'? -? ' ?' ?? ? [rSTRBEB.WP TAT50N.G WEST, r. Atffemv -i i Ipvw, ) '^(SNUOKlf ALR.CiS., I£m«uki , coinmenttfi j-ritt.-tiiee fit WjAloti^, ;d 'may at ;liis So;-, aHy-spposite'tho'IMio'c Camp. 10BERT DRlSCOll ' * TOE. '' ATTORNEY, 'E'EOOTOR ? AND ? CfiSSSESHMOfiE, aNS-iSrafiEi,,TTIV5I0RA. .??dte4V.;5lASSlE3,;' NET,: SOLICITOR -sANI)/ PROCTOR. roSKJNS-STBJCBT.^EMOaA. ices — NcxtTEmfrire Hotel. ^akfet, f«M VMBOHITKCT, TNS-STBJ5Srr, ' TEAIQRA , . AND WVALONG 1 ~W SOLICITOR, ISSlEfeiiffl, B Ul.tT iSR/. CONSlIEICD ' j 'Wiley, and 'Woods' BuKditjp' : Hwsite Register's Orfkm), ^yl^Na'aff-EST J«pa.«FffH,.r j i ?kcHii--p?rrs , e t c . , 5 at'e^^PobT Office Hotel. a®\YALONG WEST. j 'Bgor and snedden. WtMILYWm'CJlEliS, 1jBciK£STEEET,':,EEMOEA, . ^?inform the public -*if Temor.it ^fcatrict that they ere stflloorry ! ^Huiness 'in Jihe fiboye 'lino,- arid ?k...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

Latest Telegrams. London, Wednesday. lleplyiiiK to n question 111 the Ifouse of CciiumonH, tho Parliami'ii tiiry Secretary to the Colonial Office, stated that Governor Duff had power to refuse t.u accept Sir George Dibbs' nominations to tlie Upper House. The Emperor William says that, only a madman or a criminal would drive France or Germany to war. A motion was carried by a fnnjority of forty three for the adoption of the closure by compartments Irish Evic ted Tenants Hill. It. is reported that tho Japanese were repulsed near Chemnlpo, with heavy losses. Sydnev, Thursday. Mr. G. H. Reid has not yet com pleted the formation of his miuistrv. It is reported that he had only three positions unallotted Inst night. Buiuoi- has it that Mr. Reid will be Colonial Treasurer; Mi. Brunker, Colonial Secretary ; Mr. Young, Minister for Lands ; Mr. Garrad, Minister for Works ; Mr. Sydney Smith, Ministe;- for Mines; Mr. Carra theiv, Minister for Education ; Mr. Gonld, Minister for Justice ; and Mr...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

Local and District News. Tenders are invited for the erection of a school teachers residence at Stockiu biiigal, aud will lw vecuiveJ up to Au?juit 10th. Spceilica.tioii.-i to I13 seja at the Public Scuool, Stockiabingal. Meetings of tho leoiil Land Boards will be held as follows : — Coudcblin, Oominen ciug loth August, 1894 ; Uarmeduiim, Commencing 22ud Angus:, 1894; Gren fell, 2i)th Aus^ust, 1804 ; Lake Cudgellico, on 27th August, 1894* Mb. Latton, Postmaster, informs us that owing to the fact that the Railway Oomniissio.ier.-i are now running a daily train to Te nora, the mails for Wyalong West will in future be due at 7,30 p.m. daily, (Sundays excepted) and will leave here at 5 a.m. every day except Sunday. We have been requested to state that the ceremony of blessing the neiv Roman Catholic Church, which takes place on Sunday next, will commence at 10 a.m., and that mass will be celebrated at 11, after which the Very Rev. Dr. Gallagher will deliver the opemag sermon. On Tuesday...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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[?]HE FREETRADE POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

[?] , slnfts t|ie that the tinting 110 jtitetatibn of HH^^^Ug with tho DibW Goveru Hhp|^ protect! ve -d u ti es, in fact; it is Hjgj|||rtbAt they li&rdl^ dare do so, I RB|j®|jstandinf' their vehement pro freedom of cbmmerce. that tt freetrade gov ^Bipfent ai-e hot going to load 'Any ||||3|ns revenue, if they c&tt easily aS they way; By allowing duitieS. to stilnd-, because their tat is;tonly a prebSYions thtng at ri^b, Aii'd not too likely to miiet an rapatibns ; beaides;it has to run the p&ttntlet of the UppBt House; whicll ijijierFtands ldndoWnera iit:e not so iSlirishing da 8'ome lAndl^SS gentry rsBeirifi fchey Sire: lending tlirit fatr iffevent; the passiiig of a land iBx -Vith the locai government land tax uitop of it), it Woiild be ridicttldiift IPO^Inaglne the freetraders are going f? do atvay with the protective duties fi^nd the reven'de deri ved therefrom. Il^he maehjnery for winning that l-evenue is now working Smbrtthly; l.nd even your rririst arta...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CZARINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

THE CZARINA. One likes to read how the Czarina con stantly accompanies her husband in his rides and drives.' Not only does it indioate wifely devotion, but it proves an intrepidity too often denied as an attribute to women. It is said that she thinks her presence is a defence from nihilists: Certainly die knows that a shot ainied at him might reach her : that a bomb ondor the carriage would not be dis criminating. Tet she hopes that her presrnoo may prevent the bomb-throwing, aud she equally hopes that the bullet may reach her, if so it be that she saves his life. But one of the pleasantest .things to read about her is the motherly devotion to the moral welfare of her children. In this she is an example to all mothers. Sho allows no governess, b.ut employs teaohers who, coming for a few hours a day and those days, not consecutive, have not time to make' a lasting dron, as would one employed constantly. She is very small, and/the contrast between her figure and that of the ozar, who ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IS THE YOUNG ELECTION LEGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

I^- JS THE YOUNG ELECTION' t;:/ LEGAL. Under the heading of 11 What ^tofiy happed' tlifc SurrdnjoAg CSlrtMi '-—It is Jjretty Well known ! G; A; Cranftsld hdnded irt i, ijH&rtiiriatidu paper for the recent elec AV4S discarded by the Be- j isriiing Officer on the score of its I flnfortuality; the irregularity con- I ;fi . s. . one person having previ ously Bitrned another nomination .jwper. Asneitbet paper hadruoretliaa -the half-dozen nam es required;. it be came a question wb ettver-^ptli- -were seen whether, taken to, appeal to ; thj|aEreenons and Qualifications Com mittee. Strangely iiiibugh; a similar j irase occurred at Parramatta, and it ? is said that Mr. Hugh Taylor has taken a barrister's opinion regarding /the legality of Mr. D. O'Reilly's ?; tilection for Parramatta; and has beert i nsfr, acted that he win upset the same, jt.appears that one of the electors who signed Mr. O'Reilly's nomina tion paper, also signed that of an-. Jlifiher candidate. HoweV-ei-, Mr. D. ^...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRAUSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

SfRADBS: N-v' , Johann Strauasj tiie .composer _an-l ' King .of waltz musio/ wfll celebrate his musical jubilee Shortly .^Tlre Vieiinese ate maldnjg jrepMationB for tiie event. Strauss was hom' in 1825. When he 'wis only G years old he A conductor iajL concert hall. So great was j his suocess that lie decided to devote j entirely to rniasio: His 'On Jhe- Beautiful ' Blue Danube ' is now . a national Austrian popular piece. In addition to the long list of danoe pieces be prodnced, ha has also been ( quite successful as a composer of light operas, his best known Wftrks being ' The merry War,' The Queen's Lace Handkerchief, Prince Methnsalem ' and ' The Gipsy Baron.' He visited America in 1869, when he ap peared at Gilmore's -peaoe jubilee in Boston, where his conducting of his own mnsic was one of the most agreeable features of the con certs.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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COLONIAL SLEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

'. ? - COLONIAL SLEEPEltS. ?' Two of the English Railways are f/boing to give a trial to Australian Itardwbod sleepers-. The Greit East' i'*'n Railway Co. projiose to put down sipQG ironbark ones and the London jprighion and South Coast Co: £000 '?i«d gum ones. Hithbrto these lines Jiaveused pine wood sleepers-, Which ' in additton to the first cost bf tiie woQfl; hava necessitated additional iexponse ^ntl time in preparation for itjiijjnR 'down, by living to have them ; ,l,pickled ' in creosote in order that ?-they might withstand the- humid / climate: The 'hard wbod sleepers will ;iOst' tliem about -dd eathlilndeti, and -^i)l Ittst about three timfea IU loug as /?tjie pine wood Dnes^-Khveb 'feist . 2b ?^Cd pftch^. .lj-^V6e£ which there will benoneeessity foi?lt1t-&tiiig fchfcm With ^ri2bsote, and a farther saving will .be effected by a ieSser number of iron / :«liairs having to be used, fche ttost of i.-ttsnewals too will be materially re ,duc.ed owing to the eitra dui-abi...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

-J-LETCHER'S PILLS . ^^^7 never fail to tSute MplGESTIOITi . ^p3XJSTIVENESS: ? . ? . BREATH; m§ heartburn,: IpA LIVER DISEASE, and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. ^MiETCHER'S PILLS and CLE ^^^.TS TONIC art thfe recognised . ^M^ly.otd remedies of the Australian and every tfcsignia^ ^uack trade on their repntation and ||||&liwn'. This it! the greatest proof ^^jfhetr jnei'it; and spffel'-era ' want, to' 1 ^^sparticojar. to get the genuine ^W|1Ue& as i egret and disappointment : ^W^ Bnre to follow the u«e of the ^Mwieandsaif ' All-tailing ' remedies Advertised; The reputation ^pid wide-spread use of ,ulBnu-nts ^gBontc 'and Fletcher's Pills are tlie , ^^niat^st, proof s.-of their oppirociation the publid. If t hey; . werS. ; iiot as ; ^ropfeented they would have passed of menibry-.long' ere tbisj but ^CT»tead ihteir sale isi greater -&nid they. Wm&gi note esteemed day by 'day and by weejc; and ti)is eiapha.tieally ^provps their nhdiaputed Bupremacy . ^^pslen to no arga...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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IT REALLY LOOKS THAT WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

IT EEALLY LOOKS THAT WAY. Teacher. — 'Johnnie, if I gave 'yon one apple and Dickie Jones ten applies what would that be P Johnnie— 4 A ? dean freeze out on me. ma'am.' ' - - ?

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Notabilities. BUILT HIS OWN TOMB. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

Notabilities. BUILT HIS OWN TOMB. A rich foreigner, who settled in Marseilles a few years %go has made elaborate prep arationB for dying by his own hand when ever he decided that the moment had come. He built a vault, which could bo hermeti cally sealed, in a corner of his garden, fur nished with a reclining chair, two large candelabra, and two pans, filled with char coal, ready to light: He entered the vault frequently, but not until a fortnight ago did he close the door and -light tho charcoal. He was found dead in the chair.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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QUITE MOUNTAINOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

. QUITE MOUNTAINOUS. . .Shesaid— 'Jtfs odd - about a mountain, isn't it I* ' .. Hesed— * Wbal is f ? Shesed - ' That it never wean its-amuis on its foot.'

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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DRESSMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

DRESSMAKING. In buying the fabric for a dress, it is well to remember that if the costume is made at home it will take from one to two yards less material than if handled by a professional dressmaker. Four or' five yards of double width material will make a dress for a girl seventeen years old, and there * ill probably be enough of tho fabric left, over to make a, new waist and sleeves. It may be well to state here that people who study the rules of economy always purchase a large dress pattern. They claim that tho skirt will outvrear two, and very often three waists. By adopting this plan they are able to chango the style of tho garment and each time it is renovated design a dress that is comparatively new. If single width is used, from eight to ten yards will .be suf ficient. ? . . — - A. professional dressmaker ' measures bust, waist, length of arm, size of neck and dis tance from neck to waist. It is well for an amateur to know that if thepa torn is laid on a crosswise thread of...

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