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THE RETIRED BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

THE RETIRES BURGLAR. . 'I think about the most curiousman I ever met,' said the retired .burglar, .* I met in a house in eastern Connecticut, and I shouldn't know him either if I should meet him again unless I should hear him speak ; it was so dark where I met him that I nover saw him at all. X had looked' 'around the house down stairs,- and aotually hadn't seen a thing worth carrying off ; it- was the poorest house I ever was in, and it wasn't a bad-looking house on the outside either. I got upstairs and groped around a little, and finally turned intp a room that was darker t}.an Egypt. I hadn't gone more t&kn three steps- in this room .when I heard a man Bay ; « Hello, there/ * ' ' Hello,* »ys L j ' Who are you f -saysthe man; ' burglar f ' And I stud yes, I did do something in that .line occasionally.. ?Miserable bu^nees to be -in, -ain't itf sedd the xnan. His Tyoice came foam a bed over in tlie corner of the room, and I knew he hadn't even Kit up. ' And l eaid : ' Vwl, ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WAR ARTHIST'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

A WAR-ARTIST'S STORY. ' As far as I remember, my quiakest big sketch on record, says Mr. Melton Prior, of the Illustrated ' London ~News, ' was drawn during the Egyptian, war. I was in the thiok of the fightat the battle of El Teb. At soon as the battle was over I travelled down country with Bakdr and Admiral-Sir William Hewett for the shore of Xrinkitat. Sir William was not a good .rider, so I lent my pony, on whioh I had a fine saddle. . Be mounted, and-I thenled him aoross a very vasty morass and saved him from in ugly . aoeident - ' When we reached ^IVinkitat, Sir William invited me.to go on board his^ship for dinner. X was very -fired with vthe work of the day, and knowing that I had plenty of time on jny hands, I accepted the Admiral's invita tion. ~ jmubt mnntar, woira we were onaraing on the poop -of H.M.8 Jiphinx, Sir William said to me : , '*I don'tknow, Mr. Prior, whether -you are going to send home any sketches, but if to, tbe Scrams is going in ^an hour or two to. Port-...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Far and Near. GRIM HUMOR OF A SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

Far and Hear. GRIM HUMOR OF A SUICIDE. A peddler and hermit of Orono, Maine, blew the top of his head off. Left the fol lowing letter : ' To tbe Curious — 3.15 r.K. February 17. — In two hours I shall be dead, shot through the head with a big charge of lead (no poetry intended), ano be on the spook route to kingdom corns. Disease and poverty the cause. However, no one knows I am in a destitute condition, but I m in it just the same. Burn, boil, bake, bury, or send my carcass to the phosphate factory, just as the humor strikes you. I'm weak, faint, and hungry, but 1 know how to cancel my engagements with Mr. Trouble and Mr. Misery.'

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POST-OFFICE IN 1635. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

THE POST-OFFICE IN 1635. In 1635, Thomas Witherings, who three years before had obtained an assignment of the King's patent of the postmastership for foreign parts, was commissioned by Charles I. to reform the inland posts, wliich had been so much neglected as to be almost useless. The mails were conveyed by foot messen ? gers who rarely travelled more than eighteen miles a day, so that it took nearly two months to get an answer from Scotland or Ireland to a letter despatched from liondon. Witherings established , a post-office in the city , of London, probably in Bishopsgate street, for the receipt and despatch of letters, and arranged trunk lines of posts to the chief towns of the kingdom, with branch posts to less important places. The posts were to travel day and night, so as to cover 120 miles every twenty -four hours, and were d^spktched from London at least once a week. Witherings desired to make tbePost-Office, which had hitherto been maintained at a large cost to the Crown,...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATCHING A HINDOO THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

CATCHING A HINDOO THIEF. Some years ago I had charge of a postal division on the western coast, parts of which had seldom, if ever, been visited by a Euro pean officer. The people were for the most part simple folk ana very superstitious. One morning I received information that a con siderable sum of money, forming part of the contents of the mail from a head to a Bub office, had been stolen on the road. The whole afiair was wrapped in mystery. The only olue the polioe had been able to obtain was that one runner, whom we shall call Rama, had since tbe theft paid off certain debts in the village which had long pressed npon him ; but there were no other suspicious circumstances and the man had done ten years' good service. As a last resource it was determined to re sort to trial by ordeal, and for this purpose an aged Brahmin, who was supposed to pos sess occult powers and to be in daily commu nion with tne gods, was consulted and readily undertook to discover the thief. All tho runne...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vanity Fair. FRENCH DINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

Vanity Fafr. FRENCH DINNERS. ' Madame est tervie ' Such is the invari able phrase with which the dinner is an nounced in a French house in which there is even one servant. It is a preliminary form ality whioh gives* tone of dignity to the affair. However simple the household, the ladies all go out on somebody's arm ; the small boys and tall girls come in as oavaliers in case of a lack of gentlemen. The stiff est party is put i in good humor by this little promenade from j sitting-room to dining-room. The table at which they gather is an interesting study. With us, among those who are counted . ' good providers,' the table to which a guest is invited groans with provisions. There are the roast ana the entree, the vegetables and the salads, the pickles and the jellies and an infinite number of other things. It is boun tiful- to be sure, but it is apt to take away the appetite by its steam and odors. When you find yourself at a French table you have before yon a picture — and almost no...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tourist. THE SCOTCH JAILS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

Tonrisf. THE SCOTCH JAILS AT THE BEGIN NING OF THE CENTURY. It would be difficult _to exaggerate the oon w^U be found daBanbedliy Efud Oookburn in his 'Cirouit J oumeyB, ' - an d Soott hit it all off inost happily in the Portanferry of ' Gny Hannering.' - Bmtal arGraffogB were the role rather tium the exception, and a* they were miserably paid, the town councils connived at their matangmcne^byallmeans.' ' :. ®Kjyto«k oribes, ffaey made eztortionaie many ofthe jails and sometimes the criminals were guarded by the debtors. At Breohin the church service was inter rupted one day by -a messenger rushing in to inform thft magifc sates that all the prisoners had ran away. Lord Moncreiff used to tell of a culprit who had been sent from Alloa to Kinross for greater safety. ^ He escaped from his cell while the post horses were being baited, and returned to the bosom of his family in Alloa, sitting behind the carriage whioh conveyed tbe officers. Men used actually to be looked up for weeks or ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LE[?]US FORGET Let us forget [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

M!f US FORGET. Let us forget' ? -The memories that bind us fast To our mistakes, outaprown and past ; s The trust 'betrayed, the tarnished name, - The look of Boom, the blush of shame, Let us forget. i. V Let qs forget j'- That once we strove for selfish gain, i; Regardless of another's pain ; ?« Wie vain remorse, the sense of loss, ; ' The burden of our self made cross, i'i~' - ' Let us forget. %? - Let us forget - The slights, the stings, the anguished tears - Ttat marked the paths of by-gone years ; The bitter cup, the dark despair, f The one sad-hour which none might share Let us forget. Let ub forget ,AU but the love, the grace, the light ;-That bore us t - our prevent height, - -And Haunting ghost i of grief and eare r-'The guise of angel hosts shall wear. ir .:- Let us forget. i. ' —Ida W. Wheeler.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGINAL NOVEL. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CURLEW, In Days Gone By. CHAPTER VI. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

ORIGINAL NOVEL ?s v. ? :o: (At.t. Bights Resebved.) * CURLEW, A 7 — OE— In Bays Gone By. — 0— BT SAROLD BEEES- | Author of ? COLONIAL SOCIETY ' ' RU- ' RAL NOTES,' &c. I CHAPTER VI. (Coktdtohd.) I : Reflecting as he rode in what manner he bad. better commence, he thought of the blacks, and the assistance a tracker would be to hinrif he could only get one to return wifchjjim to .mount Macedon. Thespian was decided upon very quickly , he oonldnot have a much better fellow thuL Bora.Bora ; therefore, he would endeavour to coax, him away,, and locate him some where near the oave. * * * : 'Very good Ben,' Brown replied. 'You take the missus with you, and I'll meet you Kith Bora Bora, at any place you name.' :'?* I guess we shall be three j ays going to Melbourne,', raid Gurlev. ' I will try to meet you' on the seventh day at the ant hills, below die falls, you knowthe place. I may camp there ; and bring Heotor with you, ' I know theplace,' Brown said; 'just a. Bay's ride fromhare...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EGYPTIAN POSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

EGYPTIAN POSES. The first thing that a Western observer remarks in the pose of Egyptian drawings of the human figure ia that it is an impossible combination according to our ideas. We see the face in profile, the eye full-length, the cheat in front view, the legs Bidewise. But before we condemn this as contraiy to nature it is well, as Professor W. M. Flin ders Petrie suggests, to see what the at titude of a modern Egyptian is and how far our notions are correct. To avoid all ideas of posing for the sub ject, he selects the figure of a boy from a large group that was photographed withont any special aim by a Cairo dealer. In the kneeling figure are seen the profile of the face, the eye full, the chest in front view, and the legs sidewise. Everything that we have heard condemned as unnatural and im possible in the aucient sculpture is seen in the modern native, without any constraint, when simply taking an easy position. — Popular Science Monthly.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TRANSPLANTING OF PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

THE TRANSPLANTING OF PESTS, j 'Volumes have been wr^ften concerning the rabit pest in Australia,' said Herbert Curzon. 'There are other equally dis astrous instanoes on reoord of foolish at tempts to improve upon nature and introdooe into countries animal or inseot species not adapted to the olimato or surroundings. Five or six years ago an inseot arank in New England imported one or two gypsy moths for his cabinet. They escaped, and as a result the state of Massachusetts has been BTOiined with these pests, and has spent a small fortune toying to exterminate them, i It is more than probable before the oentury is over these destructive insects will have migrated into the central states, ' and we i may have to borrow from Australia some of the sympathy we have given it so freely. It ; ib only about twelve years ago that some enthusiastic entomologist took a Colorado potato 'beetle oollection to Kngjanfl. The j usual result followed ; they escaped, and the ' mild climate seeming to sui...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TREAT FOR TOPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

A TREAT FOR TOPERS. I A recent number gives an interesting analysis of beer nearly a century old. The .beverage in question was brewed and bottled by the well-known firm of Worthington & Company, of Burton-on Trent, in 1798. Several bottles of it were lately discovered by acoident, and, together with some bottles of ale not over eighteen months old, were sub jected to an analysis by prominent chemists. The difference iu the two liquids was very slight : their specific gravity showed little variation, save that the alcoholic properties of the older beer were slightly higher. Under the microscope the sediment showed shrivelled yeast cells, whose vitality at some period was plainly proved; also a pretty strong development of carbonic gas. What specially distinguished the old beer wss its remarkable bouquot, whioh resembled that of old madeira, while it had lost its peculiar beery character through having been kept bottled for so long a time.— Braner Zeit ung.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DEATH SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

'' THE DEATH SENTENCE. A case involving some very shock ing disclosures was heard before His 'Honor Judo Itines_ at the Cenfrdl Criminal ?Court -on -Friday, , .w lieu William: Charles Stanton, a middle aged 'man, was charged with the? ---irn- mission of acriminnil assault upon his daughter, a girl of IS. The accused pleaded not gnilty rttid was defended hy Mr. \V. P. Crick, M.L.A. Mr. P. J. Healy prosecuted 011 behalf of the Crown. Mr. Healy said tlrnt the offence took place in the latter end of last year at- Einn Plains. The defence was that tbe girl was a consenti.ng party, His Honor summed up, and . the j.'nry at 3 o'cl.ick leiiivd to consider tjlie'ir verdict. I11 the com-se of his address Sir Geo, Innes was deeply ^ affected. After deliberating for two hours the jury- returned into : coai-t and desired to know if they conjd fiud. the prisoner gnilty.of seduction. . His Honor pointed out that such a yerdiet as that caiiid. not he ref nr-iipil. i The Foreman-.; -Then we -are pre ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

CABLE NEWS. .-TJy^Fi^tKihGovermneutpwi taki ng : prom pt st-eps to iippflke tire oi-tion of ; :th e Jiri tish .G(-ye^nittent_i n : leasing frwn ,pelgiufflk a^vast tmitoiy in EqQ,njOiiftl- JMwtw*. . Yhe ^nm of £80,900 lias been voted for the Brst :8|ep8 jn . the defence of lho Freucli Ovpgo nwitier.v Uie ii-ench u overa- 1 Hieiit-Bre.Xtlso^skiDg Great liistam io j d^hmitthe bom-3aryof Siewa iieone, 1 the iBritiRli -;61ony on thfe West. I African coiist, and io settlp thei Brit ish -clninis. ou tlie Niger cnast. l In tbo-iTrench Chamber of Oeputjes *on Safarxlay, -M. Deloncle, .in' the' oonrse nf a speech on ,-Fj'cnch rights -m'Afiica,decIaiied thatGttiat. Britain' many vulnerable. points. aud olio ^oftld'finditimpossihleto defyotSiep: ^jiati6ns with impnulty. Jn the Hopse^ 'bf-Commons on^atnrday-Sir Ed ward * Ij^ey^^arliamentarySeci'etaryrofthe, rjjoragy Office,^. denied ^tbftt ^ liM pfijfested kjgiiiisfr the' Kfongtf. ire&^ futei-sjd, info between Gf^at flntajrt, Wp^Bolghim....

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

'USD SALE. ] ?' - V^V^ocK-ttoasr?'^ Terais : DepcSifc is^er ceaf ., balanc^ in twelve mouths, -with 5 por coat, interest per annum; ' -- Lot 1360 Area Up3et price County parish a r -^p £ e d J ' 1 15 0 0 305,10 0 0 Blwd Jl'dam'li -2 uO 1 3«? 2(5 -0 0 ' ' .-'. - 3 „ 0 1 30$ i2S .' O 0 - . .. - ? 4 : » i uaj 2o o u - »» 5 „ 0 1 S9j 25 0 .0 .. a „ 0 0 30J u 0 0 „ 7 ,01 0 15 0 0 „ 8 „ 0 3 0 20 O 0 - „ 9 „ 0 2 N) 2tl 0 0 Ife.s.. ?10 ,,0 2 0 20 0 0 ?&$'?;? ,, 11 ,,0 2 0 27 IO fi' „' ' 19 „ 0 1 0 1« 10 0 „ .'»»...? . In the town^of lJarmedmnil, fronting ?Martin and DeUoos-streets, and lying between jfcftue and Teuicra-etreets. 1 18 0 0 S9J U 0 0 » 8 „ 0 1 35IJ22 10 0 3 „ O 1 3i)j 22 JQ 0 „ 4 „ 0 139|22 0 0 „ -- 5 ,. O -1 3»|22 S 0 „ C „ 0 0 30J 12 0 0 7 „ 0 0 39} 12 10 0 , 8 „ 0 2 O -J4 0 0 .„ „ ; 9 „ 0 2 0 24 0 0 „ 10 „j0 2 0 34 0 O „ 11 „ 0 2 0 25 0 0 „ „ 12 „ 0-4- O 15 -70 '-O ' „ In the tovrii 'of l,Bar-iiedmfiti, fronting Martin and IvBoos-Etraets, lying between Temora and Iio...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arrival and Despatch of Mails] from Wyalong Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

Arrival and Despatch of Mails] from Wyalong Post Office. j — io: — 1 Akbivam. ] Mails nnivu from Temora and J3ar medinan on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays atlO p.m. Oa Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays at 7 30 p.m. From- Government Township .and 10 mile. 'IVink ? daily (Suaday excepted) at 5.30 p.m From Ungarie on Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 a.m. Depaetwbiw. Mails depnrt for Bamedman and Te mora daily (Sunday excepted) at 5 a.m. For Government Township and 16-mile Tank dnily (Sunday excepted) at 11 a.m. For Ungarie on Tuesdays and Satur days at 8.30 p.m. Mails for these places close atfl.30 pre-, vious night. - Tlie OSveris open daily for the dolivery of lel'-ora from 9 a_m. to 0 p.m., except on Sundays, when letters are delivered from '9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ? 1 ?- £ ---. ?Money ordor - and Savings Bank open da;ly .{Sunday excopted) from 10 a.m. to G D.m. . ? ' '. i . . . 1

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

I FAYiUSffT -OF MEMBERS. Js®_follo'wai^ «ve the rjite? -of p/iy, to . ititwrj oi tho Ij^ioiuiurti ot' the eoun auft'iDeJ: — ? f ?.; — lliw. per dioui and travelling tomes. lUttj?uty— ^20U jper' anntuu. rtiarkd each utt«adiince fl-ud j railways. :j per, session. ?:j J^gia-ui— ?tiemdoati iu cnpitiil, 12s. pel' j ';j ?Jloj-rcaiJeutH .10 j . day. j te;imiu-k-7-0ri. bd. .jwr tlay und aotuHl i WBUiuif^Kpedsea, ? ' ? * I 'raiicA- — Xii;-J per. arxnuui ' atid free jjaas I OuVtfcnmeut litiitrays. ?,i«8Sia.— 104 '-per «Uy and - traycUiuK t^KUCO. ?:?? :?., 1 : -. ?. '? | No pay.) 'f fee railway -pass. ' ' ' l^uace^rJ672 pei Beasiyn.anU FiKiuiiil ui'.y ^i^ aeaoiou. ; JesB0r^-9s pei--i:«tu.* li-J8 perdiein aB'l autual cost of WHin«--; y-* r; .-.'? ? ' ???'.?? c'ree-trBveliia^ oaly, ... , |gU^d—^lvi( per auuuiq. ain}£wt-clasB i]M per day to needy ,di»y for atteodance P^SVlimxr^'j3 jinT duv ifwu^ JOB, J^^iy ^uul 'flivt-elaEB fare. 3tftiuks and trrtvelluijf bx ^^n^ip. jw y-oi; pass. ;: \ '.da-y.^nj...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

[?] '!*««. Wffl #ejj}U ISalnrdny. weather 45«ee,:abont.' 6st. .^lb'.v [?]

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROUNDABOUT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

ROUNDABOUT K| £Wb. i' \ ?. *be disuse Jliej ?twHu. ? . - t ?-?? ','v '??? .,- 'r :; I we) ve ^phi.'s .'of age— worj k £30/doiilile last Siituiday. JTeach ing tlie young elc. : . Tbe ^jElocfeida J I icit siiil Irtmner was^nod^WO or tfijte jneJrtiiiiJiard. ; i'-r'rThe!' King-street fot-e apfi . 'tlonble ' '^nner. wa^-iliiiid notluiig.1 ? Where i« iSw consistency ? ) Blsf^^jgb t dnrafey bottles and one ^bbttle-pf-'wn iesky ('/j^evo the stoek [i a- trade of one of the raided private bars; ;..., /i Aiiydtie . changing bis 'ftdekees stands every chance of being iHh franchiised. ? ;.- ,t .',? ' '.'r ?? i If 'fitttwi c^sTO:SmS^«ed prp'rtBa with will liaveio b« linut, nnd «notheiv jndcfe appointed. Nine \leci-ees nisi on Tuesday. ? Another cru snde nu'ainst privnte. bill's has been {itai-ted 5 but.wliil.st, tlie JiMlo pub. has been made tho mark by the :pol!re, the ^?Inrisjjf r/i loons are ax much in evidence us ever. 1'he liuiiiiiiiiturians who worked so hard for the pi-or and iii.^tresHfd ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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OUR WOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 15 June 1894

/if . j ''«^rpst«fifi9, W». , BiSd ford jj^CBi a 11 1 r iif'-'' Gom \i$b\ re with respebt to ciossliiVd and incririo wools, a^id aS tu 'tlie 'r.^hitn e nici-itM of tli6se wools as gauged by th« opiuiun of home 'enpertti. The i-eply a« to the-£6Bon of'' f he 'dispropoi tiun at^'ly :low^mc4j.spEilneii:id-'jipV«:fiuci nieririn; ^woolsv is tp tbe - effect /jjjat theixj.is no Ariit riciirh deii a-id fo? sneli wools tw nsed: 1.0 -be the iirttiie itii-merlv, a :d t|iat,^--'iii'i'aHy, tine textured Wools liavie :^-he optut fashion of lo-te years, Aiilci ug whether crossbn'd wools are ;likeiy to.tiotttiriiie fo command the Jiigh piicis now ruliug, Mij Urnce is 'iiitornied that if . crossing increases in an abnprniat degree crossbred wouls will ceri'.iinly ' snifer in proportioiii ^specially .wbei'i o'lt yf fashion. The : tendenc}' of fashion is -from one ex treme to the other, hence goods made exclusively fi-ofn'the finer or nfeiino, wools are uliiicst. certain to come into fusli ion igain. ...

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