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A FISHING FABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
A FISHING FABLE. I wss fishing the upper waters of a salmon river in the West of Scotland, wherein was good store of moderate-sized trout. It was a wild, moorland district, where hoiues there are none, save widely-scattered sheep farms, each with its hopelessly belated patoh of green oorn. A solitary but affable native took an interest in my proceedings, and,iu reply to an anxious inquiry, affirmed that there were undoubtedly very large trout in the stream if they, would but oonsent to be caught. He proceeded to describe how a gentleman was one day fishing some distance, tdgher up and hooked an. immense trout, -which ' made off' down-stream in resistless fashion. It passed through One pool after another, tlie angler following over rooks and bushes, till, at last, three mileg below where the fish had.been hooked, they arrived at a wood, which put an end to further pursuit. This would have been the moment to pnt in practice old Izaak's prescription to Venator, who had just lost a good...
WHITE EYED VIREO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
WHITE EYED 'VTSBO. This little bird,. Vireo Novebomoensis, shown in illastrationa, is interesting from the foot that it has a habit of frequsntly using Ixts of newspaper in the oonstniction of its nest, and has thereby gained the sobriquet ' politician ' given by Wilson .that well-known writer and authority on birds. The white eyed vueo, also known as the white eyed gleenlet, is one of about eighteen varieties. It spends its summers mostly in the eastern parts of the. United ..States, and its winters in the Gulf States and vicinity. The back and head of the female bird is a mouse oolored grey, the breast more whitish in oolor, and the eve, as its name indicates, is white -surrounding the blade pupil. The wings are a little darker than its back and head, and have a touoh of white towards the tips. The male bird is slightly larger than its mate, also much prettier, having more profustd marking on the wings. It is an active spocies, -and tangle thickets axe its rsial haunts, although s...
SALT AS A HEALTH PRESERVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
SALT AS A HEALTH PRBSEB^kM I know A'*nSiiBn-»rBO^dfee_WeSOT?fkiii^^ nine hastlieooinplexion of- a peaoIi^Mad-j^, health and ^igor of aa/IriA pSa^t^ ia out in eU sorb of weajiherr about all day in saow ;or:-T^ : .witihi:f^^iUM| ankles wet and eme3td&«Sl4:^^^-^E|l '* How do you : 1^; splendid oOnditiwif'Iasked. . ' Salt I' tto laughingly aiisWer^^^^^^ salt ? thatpriaserTea-niyhealth. my .bathi' M a\dtalffiU)e'«od:j»:,-,^^^^ ^-' You know, first of «fll, I ooo» trom«o^!l- 'ttodt attdjs^n natora^jj^nang|;^t ,thoronghly:.3^?!t^''*tMy-,'fls3t;&;;»^S^ purifier. .1 tiseltia
TAKE CARE OF YOUR TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
TAKE CABE OF YOUR TJSEXIL I Very few people realize the importanoe taking caro of the teeth Deoay sete ih then they rush to thedsntist for. aoooar, scd later on, axe appalled at the amuont ohargei for servioes rendered. . . To preserve the teeth, they should^ 1-j regularly cleaned night and ^morning CBeauUness in this rerpeot f tees the breat^ from the disagreeable taint :tiutt would other wise accompany it,. - ^ i ;ampuorated ooaic should never oe : usea to clean the teeth; as it acts ohemicslly upon the enamel and destroys it The wst and cheapest tooth powder iB pulverisedjeh&roOsl, which thoroughly «leans-pe teetl^*ud-ipma« fies the breath. - ? Creosote, oil of tar, alcohol, opinio, and other substances ate oftm -mmloyed ;«t remedies for the toothache.; : But these ospJJ aggravate the evil, by hastening rthe d^Oiay, and often disordering the gumsi The wisest course is to eeek prevention i-in oleanliness. But when decay luts begQn,tii& best remedy « to have tlie ^e...
MANAGING COAL FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
MANAGING COAL FIRES. j A good supply of kindling wood ehonldyH used in starting the file; . The ooal n^H should be in Small pieoes,. tiiere1-y 'givs^H more snrfaoe for the fire to act .on.-~.:i)Q|H great quantity of coal is heaped on the'^^H the air in passing, through will be xoEbed^fl its oxygen before reaching the upper suffo^H and combastion will be imperfeat. combustion is mrfeat there will be a briis^fl flame and no «moKe. The thick smoke an sout formed by Ughting the fire imjmnei^ is deposited on the oven and flue' plate making it difficult for the heat to penetrata; Allow no more air to enter the .fireriiiQ than is actually neoesaaiy to keep u]p tiaa- fk after it iB well started,. and if you will it; cloning putty or - altogether the draft slid in front, you will be astonished to find to muoh longer the fuel will last and -the^jsj remain hot. This is e^teoially true'iwte wood is used as' fuel,' -and witli' ti goii draught it can be done when ueiing Soft ool If these -roles a...
THE GREAT ART OF RATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
THE GREAT ART OF EATTNej^ Settling down to has task dl'ini&jmmk the world on the gteat art of wise man of the dinner telle mMu9ii?ii|l There are few philpe(mh^ df 9ii(»jtn Their number is aaoreasing. that, for true oulinaiy time, quiet, a head free ftom^ W0Tnes,»MM fnl diq-oation,andagooddigasti-m._|j^a bowerer, are things lAioh it is difWwl obtain nowadays', much more niffiTOffia deed, than tlie most pramousingn^figi^ the most excellent mJBal. It is uhia ihii Paris and Vienna, tho^e two osntns-^# living, people dme bettor . thim axMra else at any other period But tbe timtij pst when the art was Miptorfated of epj ing a dish worthily and InteUigfflifiy- ^ Some of the laws of - gastroeoi3iy, :J friend points out, are aa old as the ^ Yet how pendstentiy are th^ Armed agtdiii ' Never to eat till you are satisftsd is thelt ginning of good health,' said old lmlgi Oi: naro, that sage prophet of the dietary-art life. He ought to know the secaret, tat frl he died, in 1566, at Padua,...
A GROSS MISCARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
A GROSS MISCARRIAGE. That the Chinaman should be in I a position to compete against tlie | Australian cabinet maker is, in itself, a disgrace on tho men who preter.d I to pi-otect- the interests of their own people. Tbe latest discovery in the white labor market was disclosed ; tins weetr. Une ot tlie adventurers, termed belting men who has waxed fat — very fat and rich in absorbing by fair means and foul the money out of the working man, found his bust\ ness so increased that a branch es tablishment was arranged for in one of the biggest warehouses in Sydney.' So much for that blood-sucker. He ndvertisrd-for tenders. The China- 1 man was the lowest, and he received j tlio tender and xlid tlie work. AH that can be said tare is that, comment is heedless, but, if every man did as he should, white man to white man, he would never encourage the betting- 1 shop who encouraged the Chow.
THE STATE OF COMA, [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
THE STAT ^ OF COMA, . ' Aug you asleep ?' 'Then if yon are, in tbe name of goodness, wake tip !' The generality of people in jlew South' Wale.* are politically aslfp.p. positively iu a state or. somn- ambulism only equalled by lethargy and consummated iu-a-ti-arice. If tlie people dou t. interest themselves in the present vital questions, then who .arc? they trusting?. Someone most get us out of the lis so . tangibly' evi deut. They cannot be bigoted' by their oivn conservatively built ido syucracies, bnt must be tbe puppets of some wayside politician, who lias only to pull the -wuvr tO'-mnke the .figures move for another three 3' oars similar to the last. But. tbe people must not be guided in this way, they should attend every political meet- ing iu their electorates. They would then see how completely ignorant they are of politics up to date. Poli-' ( ics are becoming a profession just as seven; as the law,, and it .behoves a man, if be wiijh to be .iu a position to first look aft...
ROUNDABOUT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
ROONBABOimXEWS. i There is;|ikely to lie fuss and en quiry about big- guns in some of the fdltK, There are 576 osindidntes allfiidv declin ed for tbe elections. Nearly'?yO names will appear at tlie polls. Tliwe are 13 different, creeds pi'oac.bed in tin; Doiauiti on Sundays.] Cullections ai'e made at most of the ; gjitneriDgs. 'Twopenco for a Ioue; sleever ' is the latest, innovation at a large Sydney hotel. Five journalist* arc aspirants for political bouors. Only one may ex pect to be returned, ? Ridout. Divorce Cnse lias caused a .great deal of sensation. Another case on similar lines is down for hearing. A police scandal 'last .week ought to be made public, and two officers would be relegated to the ranks of the unemployed. lfiddy thinks that if teamsters were competing amongst themselves fo do tbe country carrying they are undertaking, they would liav.ejstiucfc long ago. Tlie advent of the New Zealand' Temperance Advocate, Isett, is looked forward tt- with eagerness by the ' Lo...
THURSDAY, 14TH JUNE, 18[?]. Before J. J. Williams Esq., and F. W. Reay, Esq., Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
, TjiunsnAY, 14ru June, 1831. Before J. J. Williams Esip, and F. W. ] l!eay, E.,q., Js.P, Evelyn Harrison,, alias Hilly Sniilb, alias George Thomas, was chargeii.with stealing an overcoat tbe property of Frank All num. Constable Wlieelihnn deposed: I saw ! accused yesterday afternoon behind (he Police Station wearing tbe overcoat. He was carrying me oilier iliings. j asked him where lie got (licui and lie said they belonged lo a mate of bis and he was taking litem to the camp. He then w- nt away. I thought I recognised the coat as one I bad seen Mr. Aiiman wearing. I went to lbuce't; Jiolel and found that -Mr. AJlmaiis -coat was missing, I then went in search of accused aud at about Jiaif-past,,(3 p.m. found him iu a camp .behind the Victoria 'Hall. I asked him rwh»t hc bad done with the coat una he 'should it tb me oil u .bunk. ? He said it ^belonged to -a mate of bis named Fair U'ob, and lie was taking it to bis camp. I,, brought - Jiiui to tbe lock up and charged bim wTtb stealin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
$ %,_ SELIABJjR , MlNnTa INFORMATION. ? y grfcroxieiqi^s^ted-- favWr^ ? ' .;.: - Jt\ J^rano!-w pt A#ttcy«3rork_coudu-;Jt---^ i . Ofiee — Next but one to Murphy's Store * ' -^Wyalong. - ' '. - - PI wm'?u»-iisb -$&$& ' 1 ? ? .-? f - MEALS AT A1.L HOURS. :'f .,,;;|»ns. .IfATtre, ~''M JOppOKitP tin* Wyalong Star Office) ??'.?. TS now prepared to cater in the above Jv JL lines, and trusts t*- receive a share of ;li public' patronage. 3 M. RE1D, £§ (LATB b* *A8S), :! wmm tmvm, £1 QUEEN-STREET, BARMEDMAN, M;| . (Next Meltatifttc Cliih Hot -J}, ?'J ^JlEGS to announce to theResidents of ' 15 Barmedinan, Wyalong, and District, : j; iMitl tlie Travelling Public generally, that' '?-'fi'u 3fas purchased the business hitherto 1-* canted on by j. J. M. MAHER, Aud hopoa, by strict attention to business, P civility, and moderate charges, to receive § 'and me: it the support accorded . to , his ? I prwlawshor. i Horseshoing a Speciality. (6^3' AIL kinds of Repairs to Vohiclesj Impleme...
Animal Life. HAVE BIRDS A SENSE OF HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
Animal Life- 1 : . ? i HAVE BIRDS A SENSE OF HU MOUR. ' Have birds a sense of humour P' asks a « riter from Dunbar. 'From my own ex perience of thmn and from observation,* he adds, ' I have not tbe smallest doubt they have. Our present feathered pet, aofmaiy, 3s Terr fond of fun, and Without being taught . has developed a strong love for playful I fighting with those he knows intimately, more especially _ w tlie evening before re tiring for the night, when nothing pleases him more than to come forward with open bill and ruffled plumes, mining pretence of flying at the kind friend who oomes forward, coyer in hand, to make him snug and oom fortable for tlie night. I oould give many other instances of the love of fun- inherent in tbe feathered tribe as well as amongst our four footed friends.'
AN ARKWRIGHT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
AN ARK WRIGHT STORY. At a General Election, I in 1784, Mr. Lascelles was one of the candidates for Preston, booked by tlie interest of the Hare wood family. Enormous sums were spent by the candidates on either aide. During the polling, which lasted many days, Mr. Lasoelles was told that there was aoaroernamea AKwrigbt, who lived, in a cellar and shaved his customers for a penny, who had not voted, and wished to see him. Mr. Lascelles went off alone the next mom ink and sat down to be shaved. When the operation was oompleted. he told Mr. Arkwright, the barber, who lie was, aud gave him a ten-pound Bank of England note. The barber discovered in a moment the meaningof this gift,, thanked him,' and said, ' Sir Thomas,' meaning his opponent, ' has been shaved twioe th' morning !' _ Mr. Lasoelles, going to the glass, rubbed his ohin and thoughtfully remarked, ' I *Mnlr you have not done this quite clean, you had better take a little more off,' and again sat down in the chair. Arkwright ga...
STEAM WHALERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
; WHAUSBS. Tl^ y^liaB beenoonsidered the luokiest I One dlat steam whalars liaviB ever had , while j the suUng vessels have returned in ballaat j or, perhftps.witiiilim cargoMjinotsuffoient in fict to pay half the expenses of .fitting : out Ifthestatement ofJoeDui^injknbwn 1 as BAHinkifig Joe,' is WRecit, there, will bea jOTceried' inbve on die part of the idle ! whWers tocatpnoeruisin tne steam wnuecs jiext etaSoh. ?. ._?? v:. ,,v . .- 'Ifhas been a hard season for many of us,' ' said Joe as he took a ' iieat on a bundle of oakjan, and .prooeedad to-ill how many of his: oo'leages were as ihid- off as . himsdf, iand many who wwe eveh worfie for : the trip. « Xhe steimew'were two muoh for the wiiid .jammem, that's ell about it, ' Said Joe. ;*They got tlie wlwles, we didn't get' any, ?and ^ ;e stamped. . I haven't got enough to buy a cigarette with, but l guees some of Qie boys on the steamers, will give us a lift when (hey gst their divy. 'Talk about lard garner-finding whales' wss a...
THE CANADIAN SLEDGE DUGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
THE CANADIAN SLEDGE DOGS. Mr. Cameron, in his talk with a Courier reporter, told of the dogs that are used for sledging during the winter in the northwest territories of canada. Six or eight degs are used on each sledge. They are fed only onoe in twenty-four hours, . and that is in the morning before the start is mdde and after the dogs are in harness. At Soar tune Aoont lour pounds ot trozen fish axe given to them. Everything must be in readiness for the start, and the men must look toit that they are at hand to jump on the sledges, for at the very instant that the last morsel of fish disappears the dogs are off at a breaineok speed. Strange &s it may seem, the drivers donot dare to feed the dogs unless they are in harness. Otherwise they would scatter, and nothing would beseem of them. .. They, aie driven with One long rein jrttadbed tci the leader. A whip with a very Short' 'handle and a very .long lash is used to urge them on, though in most oases ihey need no .urging, f...
Essayist. 'HOT WATER.' [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
[?] ?HOT WATEB.' Two of my- lady rdativeej in the course of a journey b- axountry house in Galway, put ; up for anigh't at a rural inn;'. On beiog shown to their bedroom while their dinner was being made ready, they naturally wished lo remove from their faoes the traces of their dusty - drive of eixtnen nules, B0 one of them -bwit over the banisters there wss no bell in the zoom, of oourse — , -and inquired if the '? servant would be good enough to carry upstairs some hut water. ' Surely., miss,' .the servant responded from bdow. Iii.a few minutea the door of the bedroom was knocked at, and the woman -entered bearing in her hand s tray with two glasses, asauoer of ktaf sugar, a lemon, a ladle, and a small jug of hot water. In that district liot water has only one association. The need for cleanliness or the lack of a need for whisky 'is not apprehensible by the Gal way mind.— F. Frankfort Moore.
'WRINKLES' IN A 'MAKE UP.' [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
' WRINKLES ' IN A ' MAKE UP.' The cultivation of ; wrinkles— on the stage, of course is a positiveert. 'Must put plenty of lines on the face,' says the actor ; ' I'm playing an old man to night,.' But there is no necessity to wrinkle the face like badly straighteued-out forked lightmng ; there is no need to lay down a new line on your countenance such- as a de bilitated lugeage train would scorn. The effect, from the front, of the lines laid down about the vicinity of the eyes appears like a Huge pair of goggles without the connecting link across the bridge of the nose. . Then there is 'the old man from the country.* His wrinkles are nothing more or less than wicked. He is not content with resembling across between Bpul Fry and a Druiy Lane clown— he pitchforks the paint on, increases the size of his mouth by ' bringing up ' the corners' to ensure a per petual smile, wears a wig which even a Joey Grimaldi would shudder at, dresses as no countryman ever dressed, ana wears a huge sunf...
'ACHT TUMBLERS.' [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
' ACHT TUMBLERS.' - Oh the accession of a new Lord Panmure a grand bamjuet- was gjreu to his tenantry at the old Castle ot'Edzell, the apyient Beat of the Iiindsays and in going through the 'festive ranks 'of the farmers', my father, who was tho Kotee Kirk ministen, came upon one of them w p was what was called ' greetin' fbu.' There sat the poor man, weeping copious tears, and my father just then happening to come up, he asked B— — , with real concern, what ailed him. - ? 'Ah, Maister Inglis,' said B ? , 'I'm failin' — I'm failin' fast ; I m ni lang for this warl !' ' Oh, nonsense,' said the minister, now seeing what was the matter. f 'Don't be foolish, man. You're hale and hearty yet ; you're just a little excited, thafs all. You should try and get away home.' ' Ah, meenister ' still persisted the lachry mose farmer, ' I'm clean dune, sir — I'm clean failed.' ' What nonsense, rr au ! What makes ye f-iTnV thatf ' Ah, sir,' said B — , with intense pathos, I keen weel I'm failin.' Ef...
AT SEA IN A TORPEDO-BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894
AT SEA pS( & TORPEDO -BOAT, i - Onite the little ship -is^tUy in naotaon, w# are invited to i&mct.^e engine-room. Aftergingedypc1rii& ani:^ wfty™^* tfoulariyrte^ a^wa^wd^.fliiobia rendHed^^moreidifa^t,tode8oend.by; fact oome to a »0(mrmwtmseinells, noise, and heat. At £^ it iB'&tft'e6^to ^ in aid:. dBtills; but «s:the Customed to ^^Mi^lijtt.jaim light, ;«s eeeinaU the: * Uaiis js :cal|ed fat * twin screw ' boat: end duiefore ^^ iisigines we see rqiPBsent only dns liaif td the total power on board, but as fill' thsy art rated at more flian two themssad haaejpower. Tlie othw. set; also in rapid motian.ureontheopposUa side of Urn boat, and 'iKipBzated 'fr^n us by a bulkhead or partition. A K Then we go into- tiu/boUer-tooms, where 4he Imge et^ generat^te plaoed, each witsh its three f?n-n6eei deroninng ooal . in this aocommodatian lor offioOTsandorowis ci adeiMedlyliaiited 4Bh»(^^:v'::S;. '4V A tmy eabin jor the lisutenaat in oom jrtand,ftri^«^a^min'utiv...