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

APHOEISMS. [?] - 'When women vote there will be mpmdmS ballbl . — Chicago Herald. The eanieopportmiitT'lieroin«to.rti^^8 doortwioc. — Atchison Globe; ;; - k Neoeedty , is not .pnly g^an, but the father of lies alM, — SaOngB A hint to the wise. is sufficienLsrow^^B ^e wise are. disposed to take it.-^jialvB»famj If it were not for the dgardte fhlj'fow^Q killer would be overworked. — C3iieagb Just about the time a man. learns to . dan^^a lus deeire for dmicing is gone. — AiclaWl^ He that worries himself with the dzet^M of possible oontingenciae will never be at re^i^ — Johnson. ?' Moneytalks, but with many of ns present time it seems to have an ment in its speeoh. ?--?'-?AffiH

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUINED HIS STOMACH FOR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

-RUINED HIS STOMACH FOR, SCIENCE. One of the most singular things about the great nervous specialist, DrHBrown-Seqoard, - who died recently, was the way in whioh he saved his nerves fur science, but injured his stomach for the same cause. Throughout his life ho was opposed to the use of tobacoo. ' I never smoke, ne once -ifeid, 1 because I have seen the most evident proofs of the in jnrious effects of tob&oco on the nervous system.' But his desire, to investigate -the oontents of his own stomach, by swallowing sponges to which a thread waB tied ana. pulling them np to examine the gastio juioe which they had absorbed, brought on a rare affection known as meiycism, or rumination, winch compelled him to masticate his food a j -seoondtime.

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

Tonrist. 4 ® cheap tramps' I have always liked the littie village.oj^l Sanigate, nestung down as it does on nie'M sea coast nnder the wings of ShonidiffeB Camp, one of tbe largest military campa iH J England, and two miles or so timr-mae of 9 Folkestone, where the packet boats leave tor J France. Sitndgate wasa quiet little towiijH when first I mew it, but now.it is quieteefl still and the legend ' To let ' is up in most of fl its windows. This is because the town Tvill not behave itself. ' The other year it took a dip down towards the sea, and cranked - the: houses from top to bottom, spreading .general oonsternation among its inhabitants^ (-jSiitet the slip it appeared almost as dilapidated-ias Mentone did .when the earthquake -had passed. This eccentricity on the part Saudgate has apparently given people a ^fis* trust of it, and now. you cim. rento hoase there for almost nothing, although, it is not likely that suoh . another landslip will .ever occur again. If I were buying a ho...

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

DUPED ON6E. j Lord Hansen, . the distinguished English judge whose death was recently announced, was known as a very stern and. striot ruler of his court. No man ever dared to take a liberty with him, and he was never Known to be hoaxed but on one occasion. A jnry man, dresaedin deepmOnrningyBerious and downcast in expression, stood, up aud claimed exemption from servioe on that day as he was deeply interested in .the funeral of a gentleman at wh\ch it wab his desire to be present. ' Oh, oertainly,' . was the courteous reply of the judge, and the sad man went. 1 My lord,' interposed the .clerk as soon as th? sad man had gone, \ ' do yon know who that man is that you -exempted P ' No.' - He is an undertaker.'

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

I FENDING BUSINESS. time past I have noticed on the s city a man who wfclks .along king down into the -gutter, then toss the pavement as if .-looking ng. Although attractedby 'his iner, I thought nothing of.itthe w him, supposing he had prob Jmething. But again I came dways acting in the same strange e never took his eyes from the 'WS wi oe conunuauy on tne s other day I stopped the felloe fiim if he had lost anything, e reply, ? I am looking for some a3* I ask hew you could look you haven't , lostf ' Oh,' r, 'I am looking for anything — list's lost.' The strange ex thenrnn interested me ill him, Ret him to talk. ' Then you f by someone to find somtbing D lost P' said I. answered. ' lam not.' It's ?on see, -I'm what .might be rfessioual *- finder. I make my vhat I pick up in the'' streets ^ds I reoeive for 'returning lost' . sorts of odds and ends are ui a great city, so I make my and thus gain a. livelihood I a mill worker, but. I gave up realizing that I could do bet -rt I am doin...

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

?TJLAR SUPERSTITIONS. Iould there be anything unlucky number thirteen? The Thirteen s there isn't. So do I, and yet 1 er day a highly educated gentle ding manager of a street railway , for whom the number, thirteen atost terror. He mode this state sincerity : 1 1 never believed that is an .unlucky number till I ob Hungular career of a Baldwin ktco Hmbercd thirteen, which was run Hid in Florida, with which I had ? It was a first class locomotive, Here ran it oat on its first trip it and killed tbe engineer. We H:a the repair ehop'andon its ^scond ^Bown the bank and killed the fire He more we repaired it and t.hia Ht out with a construction train. down a bank and a number of Hijured. On its fourth trip it ran construction train and loss of life Hired. We had to rebuild this Heach time. After the last acci Hjineer in charge of the yard came Haidthat he declined to take itont. H why and he said there wasn't an j the road who would ran ' un- 1 Hen' for any amount of money. I Hber of this...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vanity Fair. THE FASHION FOR MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

Vanity Fair. THE FASHION FOR MEN. fans -Artist tailors who dress the exclu sive society man study their model as Felix studies a woman for a gown. They occupy themselves with judging and enhancing the individual customer and not liko vulgar professionals with merely cutting to rule and measure after prescribed pat terns. Such a tailor, when the customer enters^ says to himself, ' Such a style cjit thus and so, of suoh a color, will suit this man. TTin shoulder seams mupt be extra long and lifted, his trousere must bag out extremdy Hear the bottom to shrink with extra curve . at the edge because his feet 'are '' too large, eto.' ? For him fashion is a very flexible affair ; ' and this is why,' said to me recently M. Winter, the fashionable tailor of the Avenue del'Opera. '' 'A man who dresses society men cannot give exact rules for dress. Ele gant swells of fashion, like the Prince de Sagan and others, wear exactly what .pleases and suits them 'without regard to anybody elbe.' Precis...

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

[?] ? of caadlesis ? The story of candle-making isa i record of chemical and scientific progress. ] Candlemas Day or iginated With the Romans. iuey ournt candles Jn honor of the Goddess Februa, themother of Mars. Pope Sergius deeming it unwise to prohibit a praotice of so long standing, made of it a Chnatian festival by enjoining a similar offering to the virjrin, hence Candlemas Day. An order in comicil under Queen Elizabeth prohibited this cere mony in the English church. One' who sit down to fill in the details of the world's Ptory between then and now would find him eelf enraged for a lifetime. It ia bewildering to think -of the varied illuminations that candle would shed upon .his romantic and oontroveraial pages. On the other hanl a Tolome might be compiled relating to the superstitions con nected with oandles. This would take n» back to the onoe almost universal worahipof tiie fliln ftnil fliw Tho ? j - ? _i . — ? ? ~ ctuu Hweai mg of caudles, the-ounoua prooasa of com bustio...

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

tgarge, $mmw A U C tr^D N EERS, Ou^srr^Yiffiae^ Ball. Sales Conducted in anj Pari of the District. Call Sf Inspect our Share List. MONSTER CASS DISTRIBUTION CONSISTING Or 100,000 SUBSCRIBERS at S Each\ 1514 PRIZES 1514 - 100,000 SUBSCRIBERS at 10 Each 2TG 4 PRIZES 2704 100,000 SUBSCRIBERS at 20 each 4404 PEIZES 4434 LIST OF PRIZES. -100,000 jit 5. | 1st Prize ... £000 ' '20 Priaes $7 £0 750 2nd ,, „. 250(1 100 „ 25 2500 j 3 i-d „ ... 1250 1 100 „ 12 10 1250' 4th „ ... 500 500 „ 10 -60B0 2 Prizes 250 500 500 . i, 6 -2600 10 „ 125 1250 250 „ 2 CU0 ?H „ 62 10 500 ? -20 „ 40 1000; Total ... 25,000 100,000 AT 10. 1st Prize ... 20 Prizes 75 1500 2nd „ ... 5000 .100 „, 50 5000 3rd ? 2500 J00 25 2500 4th „i ... 1000 ls.100 „ iO lO.OOfi 2 friz&s 500 1000 lftJO „ 5 -6000 10 „ I 250 2500 500 „ 2 1000 B „ 1 125 1000 ? ? 20 „ 1100 fiGQO Total ... 50,000 1 100, (fop at ?0. 1st PeizeV.. 20,o60^ 100 P'ze%100 10,000 2nd „ V. 10,0(\| 100 „ *50 5000 3rd „ \. 5000 ^00 „ #25 6000 llfv , I -2000*...

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

mmwm mm mi . Man Sing & Co. Are now using this space to 9et tlie public Know that both II WIAfctii and THEY HAVE DECIDED UPON SELLING AT LOWER PBICES THAN EVER At Wyalong West THEY ARE NOW ABLE DO SUPPLY Almost every kind of Store Required for either the Homes of thePeoplel or Outdoor Use. , GROCERY, DRAPERY, BOOTS A1TD SHOES, MEN'S AND BOYS1 CLOTHING, MINING UTENSILS, COOKING AND CAMP UTENSILS, IRON- j MONGERY AND HARDWARE OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS, INCLUDING BUILD ING MATERIALS. , Cheap. Cheap. Cheap. ! IIMIII 8fll* ; ' ^ A CRVXD VOCAL ? A»D — j Ife^trumental Goncert (IN A1DU3-F THE CATHOLIC CHIJECH BUILDING I'UJSTD,) WiK. tate jflaoe * IN THE VICTORl/ HALL, This (Frnday) EveningyAugust 3. I — =®-^- COJxC^UlT PROGRAMME — ! Song— ' Cottage by '(he Sea'' ...V ... /.. ? ? ? M.r. -G. F. Davis Song—- In One Test-'' ? .\ J ? ? Jfin Kavanagh Song—' We Parted by 'the Kiver Side^iy ... ... „. Mr. J. J. Mickle Song—' Voices of the Night ' ... X. ? Miss Garth Recitrfiaon ... ? f'\ ? Dr. 'G...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASTROLOGY HITS ONE THING RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

ASTROLOGY HITS ONE THING' j Professor Longhair— ' Astrology toadies that ® girl born in January will be prudent, good tempered, .and fond of ~ dress ; if bean I^bruary, afectional5'( kindhearted and fond of dress ; in Mjardii 'somewhat frivedous and fond of dress '; in April, inconstant and fond 'of- — r ' .' Hostess—' In what months are girls born who are not fond 'of dress? ' Professor Longhair — ' In none, madam.*— New York WeeHy. .

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT DISTINGUISHABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

NOT DISTINGUISHABLE. , -JameB WhitrtombEfley tetlB this story { Three bosom friends started out one.even ingtohave a good -time, and when the time for going home came. lhey were so drunk that 'walking ?;~yas Jiffiiwilt. Hey finally reached the home of Brown and made noise enomrh to wAen the -neTghborhood. A window-' lis raiised- and a feminine voide sSidr ! -V TV ? What oniearth's wanted ? ^ '.hi thickened aocentB came the answer: ^' WBlMSsh Brown pleeshcome . down ahd- piok ont her husbanaf - -Indianapolis Sen tind. ' .. .

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

WHEEE HE WOEKED. The tramp came out into the alley with a jshole load of provisions' and reoeived an ovatibn ^fe^^^^t^^^aiijflo Jjja# .. Sg# him. ????? ' Nioe old lady in there/ he said, nodd|ng towkrd the house, as he divided his booty; powenin nioe oia iaay; astea me a let ot questions, wanted to Know where I worked, last ;. told her .in Baltimore ; said- she. was born and raised than ; asked me if I knowed anybody there ; told her I worked dnrin' the day and hadn't much time to get ac quainted at night ; then she kep' on talkin' and handin' out the edibles till 1 a load.' ' Whafs the use of lyin' to the old girl P' asked the other, biting a horseshoe out of a pie; - 'you new worked in Baltimore.' 'Yes, I did, too; it was seventeen years ago last spring, and I havn't forgot it yit ; but I never said nothing' to her about how long ago it was, seein' she didn't ask me.'

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

OPEN-AIE ETinCS:--. ^ i 111 °Pea alr as much as possible, 1 is the nrst and great commandment that should be urged in the Spring.' During the .winter we. necessarily live a more 'or less unhaturaT lifB. We breathe a;r vitiated by furnace heat/ with dl the vital qualities baked out of it, and hence during the winter we subjeot oursdves to a i gradual process of sk-w poisoning. . ®-o antidote for this poisoning is fresh _ So tiiis universal instinot to get ont of dOOTB during the spring of the year is a natural instinct which, Uke all natural in stincts, h4s a cause based on the eternal con ditionof tilings, it is nature's effort to e*. pel the stored-up poison aooumulated Jnmi. the winter. ~ Man is naturally an open air animal. But climatic conditions render open, air life some times impossible, ' Aa soon however, as these conditions are removed tho old prinial in stinct to get ont beneath th£ sky asserts it self, and this . instinot oahnot-be disrerarded exoept at the peril of healt...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAW EGGS AS A TONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

EAW EGGS AS A TONIC. ' i A raw egg is an excellent tonic with rwhuSh to b'egih wirm'days. ^ It is strength^ ening and tends to prevent that tired feel ing eoprevalent If prepared in the follow ? mg. 'wfiy St is' reajly '& aelicious dank : Put the yolk.of an egg into a dish with a teaspoonful of white sugar -and a teaspoon - ful of orange or lemon juice, and beat fights uy togeiner witu a fork. Put the whites on -a plate and add a pinch. . of . salt ; then jrith sa broad-bladed knife, beait it toa stiff frothj jNow, as lightly as' pbssible, mi Ul tbgetheSr Inthe dish J lhen aa lightly iTansfer it to a olean , tumbler,, \ybich.it will nearly flU ' property made, as -it eoon becomes lignijl -nd loses its' 'snowy look. Auy fruit juice may be used in place of orange or lemon; or even brandy if the doctor has ordered J . ? ? r ?

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

TO WHITEN TTTfil TEETH. . A homely set oi teieih wiil spoil the pret tiest mourn ever : fashioned after Cupid's bowstring. On the other hand, a common place faoe becomes ^positively attractive when the' lips oip m and aisdase' two rows of dean, well-kept ivories. They need not be like dentifrioe advertisements, and lhe pearls of I the old fashioned heroine are -in this practical Aim Tint flli'crlifltr aafABmA^ AL«.. ? ' i ' — O- ?— ? wwwjiuw, «Ub wwo must be about the weli-gruomed moath tt whole some, cleanly look. -Precipitated chalk will keep the teeth in fine order.. Have a .box of it always on your toilet: stand and Bee what it will do towards freshening lip a dinsv mouthful of teeth. ?-

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

SMOOTHING THE WA¥. The educated young man had istruuk the mountain tpw*- fpr.a stay of several weeks, and at -the railroad station he was met by the landlord of the tavern which was to be. his home duriug the visit. '.Got'py baggage P' asked th&jnan. ,- *Two trunks/ reiwnded the visitor. ' Whar are they t ? - j .'Those are they,' designating by a nod the two which belonged tohim ? Which P' 4n^airea ,the -landlord, stopping suddenly. '? . - :: J ' Those,' repeated the youth, pointing ont the t«o withtiiS'Stiok.';: f ' Yes, yes,' -said tho old man, beooming very fatherly ib-hte maimeri 'but you hadn't better say it so's anybody kin hear you. Ef you wan tor git along with the folks in these parts, and live peocefol, I reckon you'd better say : them's them.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spare Moments. HE WANTED TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 3 August 1894

Spare Moments. ; r HE WANTED TIME. ' Will yon be my wife P' - That was the oonundrum he had asked | her. It is a oonundrum which has been asked : many times, and many times men have had to give it up * I must have time to reply,* she said. ' How much time will you require f' ' ' Really, I don't know. There are seven ahead of you, not . yet disposed of ; but I hope to dean up all my ..unfinished business before the summer hotels open. Suppose you oome around abi'ut tlie middle of June.' : ? - 1 'Sdcatb,' he. hissed between his set teeth, ' that is What comes of a girl being worth a million in her own ripht,' ana the girl looked carelessly at a card the -buttler pre silveta^grand told him to show K-metimesHB|H^^HHlB|HHl They had ' neither wished to be But with ihe hankering wMcBsHHHHp InvaH widi mftaMniut' tn InmHnA ot the late unpleasantness, he called at the house On a trumped Hp business minion to her fothor. . ' By fchanoe, she answered -hiB ring at lhe door. Gathering himself, he...

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

SWEEPING ?WITH HOSE. One pf the rnost notable of the -presentr century's small inventiona is anair-pump Jor cleaning purposes. A hose pipe charged with air nnder: fifty pounds.pressure to'the sqiwre inch is turbed apon ihe ariiole br ioom to be deahea. It is tsed in' breotBdy the same irayas'the wate'.and htwB nirniw. It.il&nillMriMns ; suit than btooznSjVhealera ar vbrnehBe: « it *2S$£SBS!£&X&»e&S&&e, [?] incred^ shbrt ^paoeof time. ; 0aiefully manage^ ihitairj pressure would iid the roonw»fbvery particle bf. dust, clean fumi tore, 6ao^rtga^^Tie4»ief ariMles,-»f-bric- a-biAc and ornamants. It would do' the work of a Hoemt people. Itisnow-ihrotaerior some4ipme mission aryto inrent some simple device that will; work KnlairTptunp^dwiurTeatlforhoiisehold use. Its introduction would, revolutionize housekeeping and solve 'the heretofore hope less problem of clean rooms, and will keep furniture covers and carpets. It would be economical, as ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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