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Girls in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

Girls in France. ? *? — ? « Of the French gitl it is hard to speak, not only because sbe is a mere reflection of her mother, but because she is forced to play a part. Ever since Bernardin de Saint-Pierre made Virginie prefer death to taking off her gown, the writers of France have reminded toe maidens of their country that they are innocent, and that the most immaculate virtue, purity and ignorance befit them. HoneBt.old Thomas Oarlyle, Bpeaking of Virgiaie'a death, says, *' What a world ot prurient corruption liea visible in the saper Bublime of modesty!' I echo the senti ment ; bcoftuse. face to face with a violent death, no pureybung girl-— indeed, I should suppose no human being— would think of clothes or no clothes. Tbe state of eociety that demands the oonvent for a girl until she is placed in her husband's hands is a low state, no matter how civilised ; and the safety offered the maidens is the safety of the harem. ' Bal bul of my grove, star of my darkened exist ence, I will...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Observing Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

An Observing Traveller* B,: 'What &i& yon see in Caitile, Ed?' „ B. ?? ' Everything, almost, swept *oap. Mbs Wrfgwoofl : 't know Tm mobs el iimi» Jfthn. hnt if Ih»d jny life to live ovar Again I wonld many wro jttst tte **»»? H* Waagwobd; * I Jtawt mj donM* abont it,aya«r.»' ke*p jour flog/out #^*W *»»?». ?*' *??

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

[?] I* ,t«it seams of smokeless coal ens' I ^ffiriS the Gulf of Tongam I fc ^mTto Mr. William Warren, an angir A^SftheWmBiB 150 feet tMok. The 2fiS antoacite,amokeless,wdcontain. I f*}%^~ cent, ol carbon. The steamer m £„ making 14 knots, has been Buooess frtSd TwiA it, and the Golf will be ol ! fflt!£fito ti Erenoh as a coaling An article in a Vienna paper states lha« nTffintaner, of Constantinople, com' *,,««.« pook-pitting, by covering SSttaS«.»!*. and iaee, except the f *L trith a plaister containing three parts P Solio acid, 50 parts olive oil, and 50 parts [ 2* The body is aleo covered with a *Weof three parts aalicylio acid, 30 fSrttfob, and 70 parts olive oil. Qainine {J^cid eolation is also given internally. A reuort hiring reached Fiji that the aJratfioa Army was about to found a branch Si thT elands, the Wealeyan miesionsries *JSun addressed a letter to the 'army ' Sorities in Sydney, showing how nnneeeB «™ *nd ondesirable suoh a step is. The «teionarie8 state that ont ol...

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The Benefit of Coffee. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

The Benefit of Coffee- j Dr. I. N. Love, of St. Louis, in a W.-M this subject, eaid that bis eiperienee tew J or eis years past had been strongly -**?£ of taking a cup ol strorg black co5«,1-HM out cream or so gar, between two 8*l?f*^B hot water before rising every mornaH^H least an honr before breakfast. Tbena»M secretions were stimulated, the -fr^B meal was enjoyed, and the daj'a as^nj begun favorably, no matter how the «J| ot She day and night preceeding mip»*j drawn cpon the system. Another e?«| four in the afternoon was sufficient »*| tain the energies for many hours. M'| way the fn!l effect was secured. B. »| with this ^he proper diet was tako i»a proper time— and the ideal diet 'r.'*3 make large draughts upon t5-6111?^ system and expected to have we0.1™^ was hot milk— and at least eight bo*l sleep were taken out cf every tw?'jrl one's capacity for work would be -aowff| limited. 1 The marriage customs in E0?**^.| Brittany are very curioue. In H3^'! for instanoe, the village la...

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THE TRAITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

-:^r^':-?^:t^m^W'M:^Wi ;;£;. -???? ? . ;- -;.... ?.g-T -???- :,-?-:.; ?? .^ '-'V?/ ? :;.5 One bitterly ooia*inter^*v«ang,.towaTa the close ot the j ear 1837, .fife men were seated together in a email room in a house ?«tnated*ttt'the*J-wioh ?qnortor'et-^'fcMy-aBJl largely populated Bussian oity. The appearance of the room was as wretched &b the external aspect of the house itself. The solitary window was totally con cealed by a heavy faded curtain, depending from the roof, and as the wind moaned dis mauy tnrongh the broken panes of glass, its sombre folds swayed to and fro. The inmates of this mournful den were seated carelessly around the table, smoking their pipeB and talking, bb if furtively, in whispers. As the feeble rays of the candle fell fitfully upon the company they revealed the youthful -faces of four students. The ehief spokesman, however, waB a much older man, apparently about fifty, with short pointed beard. Bbaggy brows, and keec, penetrating eyes of the darkes...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stern Husbands. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

Stern Husbands. . In the old days, a Roman wife w&s little mere than the slave ol her husband. Women, according to the opinion of the early Bomans, ?ere always children. They required pro teotion and guidance during their whole life, *nd could never be freed from despot ic con trol. Accordingly, when s Roman girl married 3he had to choose whether ehe woul-1 remain under the control of her father or pa?s into ? he oontrolcr, asit was called, into the hands, f her husband. It is likely that in the -rly sgee oi ice city sue aiwajs paseea rrom ' e power of htr f&thc-r into tbe hands of her i?band, end tbe position that she occupied t:? that of daughter to her husbacd. She 43 bpcame entirdy Eubjsct to him, snd was : hia mercy. Botaau history supplies many .-tscces of the despotism which husbands x- rcised over their vrivee. The elightsst in acretion wss pnnishca by death, while men i.^ht do what they liked ?without let or hind zr.ee. ' If yon were to catch your wife,' :t ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How Ladies Bathe is Turkey. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

How Ladies Bathe in Turkey. When a refined Turkish lady bithfs, her attire is first removed. An attendant takes a glove — every day it is a new glove — of un dressed silk. Wtth her disengaged hand she pours over her mistress basin &£tcr baeia of wftm water. Then by means of gentle frio tioti of the glove, she slowly removes the salts RnA imnnritip.q that ktp (fcnnsited on the skin. This finished, the attendant covers tbe lady from head to foot, by means of a mop of Jowny silk, with a lather made cf a par tiaslar emolliment soap. Upon this eoap, which is a kind believed to be peculiar to Turkey, depends much of the pencil-like soft ness and snowy whiteness of the skin, for which refined Eaetern women are so remark able ; it has the reputation of removing stains, spots and freckles thst are not deeply marked into the cuticle. This part of the matter having been carduiiy performed, the lady is again deluges in water, heated to j about one hundred degree?, snd poured over her pe...

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Domestic. Keep Dolly in The Nursery. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

Wmmm [?] Oneol the thinkicg women ol theday hBB |geoedw^tBgaii^jao^,^hii]h^ &$** M palpable shams are tiemoraiieing to little girls and help to develop eiikngiorfrivoloas mnapIoyniBnts. This may be true ; bot, tor all that, every mother in th« land wiU uphold *he 80-caHed sham. Abolish the doll f Banish from the nursery the dear old, battered, wooden-headed « Alicia;' the onMyed and ooselees waxen ' Dorothea,' crippled like a areenwteh pensioner; the linen-faced, straw Stuffed ** |W AW lanit »* i««LU J_^w M ? — «_-*_ ? — ——j -ww**^ ucvijf uvaE uruiu uuiuj A moving accident in the half -filled bath »nd onder the fire-grate? Perieh the thought 1 No mother, or elder sister, or norse would have the heart to do bo, even if ehe believed that dolls exercise the balefnl influence which they are averted to do. But »ie they harmful ? We are quite sore they are not. On tbe con trary, tbe doll is an education in itself. It brings ont all the best- qualities of its %- little mother.' Is ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

WANTED— AN ELDERLY MAN to look after a paddock at Bethanga and make himself generally useful. Wages, 10s per week with rations. Apply before 1st August to * WILLIAM BE ATT Y, Yackandandah. NOTICE. THE YACKANDANDAH BAND of HOPE will hold their Half-yearly Meeting on MONDAY, 27th July, in the Wesleyan Chapel. Appointment of Officer-, &c. All members and sympathis ers requested to attend. For Sale Cheap. A12-H.P. Semi Portable (Link Motion) 'Winding Engine, with Drums, Pulleys, Ropes and Buckets, and all requisites. For full parti culars apply WILBERFORCE BROS., Stanley. NOTICE. Musical Evening & Sale Of Work In the Shire Hall, Yackan dandah. MONDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 1891 ''I^O welcome His liordship the -L BISHOP OF MELBOURNE rnd MRS GOE to Yackandandah. The Sale of Work is in con nection with the Girls' Friendly Society. Admission — Adults Is ; Children, half-price. Doors open at 7.30- The Meeting will be opened by the Bishop at 8 o'clock. ALSO: Tuesday, August 4th, In the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Have You a Cold? The Trouble Explained and Several Remedies Suggested. It is a Great Deal E[?] to catch a Cold Than to Cure One. An Excessive Flow of Blood to the Part Affected the Cause. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

?; Jlave Ton a Cold t . ? ' ? * — I ? : j The Trouble Explained and Several Bnnedice Suggested. It is a Great Daal Busier to C&ich a (bit! Than to Cure Oae. An EreesBWe Flow of hlood to the Par* Aff jcted the Cause. O is form of ' a oold ' is an iiSsotion of the nose, wiiicb makes na sneeze, feel chilly, onr bead aches, and we 'ache in onr bones.'' AQother i*rpjrtsnt symptoci is the cxuds lioa from the noee, which causes ns to keep a handkerchief in almost constant use. This affection is more properly called coryaa. Coryza is simply an inflammntion of tbe lining membrane of the nasal cavity, inis membrane extends from the octer edge of the nose lo tbe upper borders of tbe throat. This membrane is well supplied with blood vessels, and there are minute cells which exude a clear transparent fluid aalled mucus. New, if a greater amount of cold air than usual strikes a part of the body that ia generally well protected, the exudation of this mucus fluid is at firet checked. Tbe ne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORCHARD [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

;-'???', ju&M&lg&MLkB \ . ;^v ? -'V^Two!of*fche:-tifeaBt;;; varieties of- jpqpty ffrtiits of Saeh Mixd sfipidld^elselected ^iLinbt more. The f^meqf mefliu^'or *lija,m . crop;frai.€s, and 'tie. Baine\(3fs late! Of each of those varieties, ;of , ?course / any ? number .'may; ,be planted i»s:etner. : '?? All young trees need : a. stake, 'and to be secured very easily — not tightly , — to the 'Stake, to prevent them Kejng 'blown over. .??*?..£ *-,- \ In planting trees, be sure to open .the holes large enough to take in the roots fully extended ; and do not plant the trees any deeper, than, they were -in the nursery bed. . The trees, if possible inast be planted in the same position rela ~ tively to the sun they occupied in the nursery. ' The reason for this is that the north and western sides have 'been exposed more to the, sun, and the bark has become partly inured to - the heat. It is necessary to prune the trees afterwards in such a way that the leaves and bra...

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Subjects For Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

Subjects For Thonght The chief retson for rightful authority through all the various relations cf life in sooial, business, and political circles, up to national government itself, is that it may lead to self government. That it eo often failB of this ecd is due to the fact that it is eo often swayed by selfish interests a- d ?w.~ vi f^un^i, -uj«»u ui b eiucera desire ior the good of the governed. Of course there are other advantages which flow from a wise UBe of it ; there are other necessities which must be secured by its exercise ; there are other reasons why it should be respected. But underneath them »U lies tbe one great *f?*h^h^i?fc 3-»^8 *« TO 1**4 prepares the ^ hiarfeloif ^^3p-ing«ahffliBsi6tiv4o *be right, and for that prompt obedience' to the calls of duty whidt are at once the enenoe of every noble life and the only foundation of true freedom. IrisungeaeroOB to withhold an expres sion of sympathy for chose who have failed in the accomplishment of great undertakings in w...

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Genera[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

nmmmu - A bill ^wepa-^eO1^™^^01^ ? **-, discover the title or lands off^sriricli * they*are to perform^ cpntrafefe, ifj1jfc- be p^^gii^ |n |dur|n^T|bhe | prejsfnt ^session * of Parliament bv Captain Taylor, Mr Mefchven,^nd Mr Bailes. The bill ptr|yides|tb.af no contract under the act, which may be cited as J,he; (jQnfesiiaton's? .©isco3*cyiio£ iFitle Act 1891, shall fce valid nnless it contain such a description of the land as will :enablie*ibl£e contraccof' to dis cover iiils '*? 'einployer s ' 'title. The contract must also declare ?the flmnnnt, nf all fmrnimfoftrsmofes -jnf iaie land, or contain a clause giving tW contactor the right within a certain period -t© discover su^h information ; and!u3a|ess;the' particulars are fur ihisheS,* tfae time mentioned in the contract for the performance of the work shall not begin to run against the conti*actor, notwithstanding any- \ thing jtoJ^e^oTtttrary in , {he_, cohtHact. Then it is provided that any material misstatemeut being made by t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Success of Vaccination in [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

Success of Vaccination in Gen^H Under the law oi Germany tnakk-wH cination compuleory ar.d providing tetfii vaccination at stated periods of life,ajijM Sanitary Inepeotor, amall-pox is almoeie-M pletaly disappearing from the GsaH Empire. A late official report statetth'MB 1SS8 only one- honored and ten fiestfctfcJH Emall-pox ocsuxred in the whole SsaaB and that tbia number is li t j-eigia leM than occurred in lSS7,acd eighty-EPrafcaH than in 1SS6. Oi the cne hundred tnifeH deashfi, eiRhty-eight, cr abent f onr ffeij the whole number, occurred in tboaejatHW the E.-npire immediately bordering *lw couctric6, not well protected by '**H tion, in which there is constant intcSB^H between the vaccinated srd the armdaiH| aides ot the bonncary. More thaner^Mj of all the deaths cccurredin thsftdr^B province of Poeen. Compsricg ^^SB pox death rate of the larj-o cities cf^M countries with that of the l«ger ft'-9| Germany, it was one-hondrei &-titigQjj[ times aa' etoatin the cities of Aue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

. Keep Good Company. __:o__ Kfiep .good co upany or none. Never be idle. If. yonr hands can't be usefully em ployed, attend to tbe cultivation of your mind. Always tell the truth. Make few promi-es. Live up tn your engagements. Keep your own secrets if you have any. When yon speat to a person, look hini in the face. Good company and conversation are the few 6:new8 of virtue. Good character -is above all things else. Your character cannot be essentially injured pxcept by yiur own act'. If anyone speak evil of you lef vourlife be so that none will believe him. Drink no kiad of intoxicating liquors. Ever live (mis fort'iDes accepted.) within your income. When you retire to be^j think over what you havebeen doing during the day. Make no haste to pet rich if you would prosper. Small and steady gains give competency with a tranquil mind. Never play at any game ^f chance. Avoid temptation, through, fear you may not withstand it. Earn money before you spend it. Never run in debt unless you ...

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Cold Dinner Dishes. Very Good Recipes That Every House [?] Ought to Have in Her Poss[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

C^dJDmner Dis]*^ Very Good R*»pes That E»erv tt ? Oaght to IUwmH*2yjggjB Ccm- Based Fish ^ Black fi h \ H bass trout of large size and ma^S8^ o£ fish are excellent eating wbt? r?-H»9 served cold. A fi,h weighing ^^M ornpwatosis beet for this ncr*, ?R**iM earcfalij and stuff with amix&« crumbs, batter ealt and pePDer °f h'^M chopped ealt fork or bacon, ffiL?4?^ cr two raw beaten ecgi. Bat- * '^kM quarters cf an hour to aa hour h. ? NM a little butter and botntet ^»« iittie lemon j'aica over it when 'nJri ^IM When cooled set cpon the ice *ot ^^B cold with -creee or horse radish m *$? ment. F.sh make a good mJ^H Salmon is perhaps the choicest fi«h i ^H purpose, but any good white fiihiT ^M ceptable. Salmon and halibut ate ifc/^sl good plainly baked and served cold »S^M potatoes asd a spicy eauce of eonu^H BosEn Chicken.— Not the showy ;?* 9 tbe French cook, cflsred in its p-ii JtNM but a good substitute for tbe coDnsTr1*'! A fst hen serves well for thin purpo«?H must be covered...

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Freaks of Genius. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

. Freaks of Genius. ^ny ret&Wa!^ anecdote of two famouB painters of anti quity :— Apellea, having proceeded to Rhodes to visit Prctogenee, who lived there, went im mediately to his house ; but not finding him at home, and in order to let him understand who had called, he took a brash and drew an cToaedinnlv Ann linn fin A Tttemi nt n«n. vs8. An old woman, the housekeeper of Protogenes, did not fail to inform him o& his return that there had come a man asking tor him, who, instead of telling his name, had made a stroke on oanvaB. Protogents, cast ing his eye opon this line, knew at oace that it oould be the production of no other than Apelles. -But before he went abroad again he traced another line, of still greater deli oaoy above the first, and ordered his house keeper to show it to the stranger if he should return. Apelles came back immediately after, and drew a third line above the two former, in such a style that it waa impo«. sible to make one more delicate. Pro...

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A Good Memory. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

A Good Memory. Lawyers are generally supposed to be sharper than the rest of the human race, but occasionally a witness trips them up. An eminent barrister once received a severe repartee from a witness that he was trying to browbeat. It was a critical point in the napp. anil in nrdor tn pun hia nmos frrtm no feat it was necessary that the lawyer should impeach the witness. He endeavored to do it on the ground of age, when a lively dia logue ensued, opened by the lawyer's saying io the witnesB : ' Sir, your age ?' ' Seventy-two.' ' Your memory, of course, is not so bril liant as it waa twenty years ago, is it?' ' I think it is.' ' State some circumstances which oc curred, say, twelve years ago, and we Bhall be able to see how well you remem ber.' ' I appeal to yoor honor i£ I am to be questioned in this way ; it is insolent,' said the witnees, turniDg to the judge. 'You had better answer the question,' re« plied his honor. ?' Yes, Btate it,' said the lawyer. 11 Well,' answered the w...

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Poetry. THE TALK OF A KITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

'?^'^-?:- ipoeci^ -: ?'?'; TDK TALE OF A KITE. little Johnny 'Snmnisrrille Made a pintty J.ito, ' Maile it out of; paper i'ed. Quite a brilliant Right. Said,his little brother, Tom, * I will make the tail ; Tve some nice grepn paper here That will make it sail.' Soon the tail was nicely made, Johuny brought ft string ; Up the kite went in the air, Swift us anj-Uiicg. Johnny held the string at first, Toai soon cried, ' Let me !' Then both wanted it at once, Aiigry as ceuld ba. Loudly laughed the wind at this— Laughed a meaning laugh, Whispered slyly to the wires Of the telegraph. Soon the kite was tangled fast On the wires ; no moro To speed npward like a bird. And as guyly soar. Said the wiud, * We've t-enrcd them right 1 . Quarrels should not be.' Said the telegraph, 'Perhaps Next time tiny '11 Ksr«vf Oh, first of hmnau blessings 1 and Btipreme ! Tair peace ! how lovely, how odighif ul thou ! By whoso wide -tie the Kindred sons of men Live, brothers like, in amity combined, . .Andj...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

?'';?- ''' t^s^ii^|it|^J- :^v;f :0: 3;.cs— 'Will, oJa.if^w;. fio^-^S^-e*n:H:i:?3i rov u, utin Bknel»*»t Icier do.'jy^^l^ke'her.t.v.''^1 -S; U/RBY — I^imriielV; ehe is eO deucedly ''!'-V-- cltvrr 1 J hope I (fbsli fee more of her. .. ?- Jack— i cu'Jl have an opportneity if yon show op at the Svrellington*« darrce to. morrow eight. .; Harry— How rof Jack- Why, I've seen the gown ehe w going to wear. Wtfe— Whr t kept yen fo late to-night? n-q uu^u. ^iiW] oiatir, -k KiO,J — 1 COUlan I make my cash accounts balance. Wife— Wbft waB tbe matter? Cashier— Too little cash, of courw. Too den't suppose I'd hEng arcund there over hours if ifaere vf&B too much, do you? Offjciai. 0*n BasEia}— Ycu cannot stay in this cGuntry, eir. THAVtLLEB— Then I'll leave it. Official — Have ycu a permit to leave ? Traveller— No, eir. Official— Then you cannot go. I leave you twenty four boura to make up your mind as to what you shall do. Boston' Librarian— Ab, ha, my little man ; another big bock, eb* We...

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