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FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
viol'. Fist D3A1.r.9.-Ingredients: Remains of any cold boiled libsh, potatoes, butter, a little milk. Method: Dreak the fish to pieces with a fork, removing every vestige of skin and tone, and sabredding very fine. lWhecn this is done, add an equal bulk of mashed potatoes, work into a still battler, with a piece of butlter and some milk, and, if you wishI to have them very nice, a beaten egg. Flour your hands, and make the mixture into halls or ovates, and fry in boiling lard or dripping to a light brown. Plainer tish cakes may be (made of cod and potatoes alone, moulded round like biscuits.
MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
MEMOIIES. Turs find us in varyirng nnodo, loae melorics of brilghter cliny tlhan teem lef, to uso. Somet ines we have i. thrill iof pleecue, that at least we have lived iand Enjoy.el sonmeties we are ovCIenly regretful uad nmo unpleosnatly end; and omiotlimes we eO vexdcnc with hatred for our1slve or circun* stancc. Moro rarely we ca n Ibricm oursclhen, Lot it li ewhoreit fell far fiom tiroe living sin, Tlh past, that goodly once, is goneo andl diead and done; brace ourselves and determine to enjoy ' ith no preoccupation the pleilasues throwI n liu by wealth, or poverty, our encmics or our friends. It is possible to lot a hlouse like n ship n iI sea of muid, if only enungh comcrete LI spreIad rqunl to keep thine Itioit foundation fronm riving round the wally; or while cis ii nay be built on piles in a pent hong, h Venice or Amneterilamn. A fonmainioiinn nipping clay can be kept in p!io oil II I sideof a hill by running a iluain iuhvnu I I cliy-beld, and so keeping it dry ndIl etntio...
MEAT AND POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
HEAT AND POecToY. ROLLED STEAK, No 2.- Ingrcdients: Steak, 2 ots., breadcrumbs, parsley, a few sweet herbs, a very little butter, pepper and salt to taste. METHtOD : Take a good rump ateak, Ilatten it with a hatchet, and lay upon it i roll of seasoning made of tihe breadlcrusbs, parsley, a few sweets herbs mincel, pepper and salt, mixed with a little bLutter beaten to a cream with a fork. Ioll up the steak,bind it evenly. with fine twine, and lay it in a lile-dlil with a cupfulof boililng water. CreBr with another dish, bake for 40 minutes, lasting freresrently. Remove the cover and let it broawn before sending to table. Tlhicken the gray with a little browned Sour, nnt serve very bit. A layer of oysters, bearded, instead of the force meat is n pleasant change. Tb'e twine should be cut off before sending to table.
HABITUAL DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
IIABITIUAr1 1)RUNKAtRDS. Iitt tritu. drnutknid timn (02 om ti to spclialt lypi; Lthy ira recruitctl fron m ii nitiutti ill I~ypes". I)IPeIron of the0 hijhest, morll~l ktiitpcruiicnenktiha fnlilii victiuns to djptn. mninil. Alt of ii olino tIni nokicitit rioittic of helitfu onittti it know tinnttioiurle iiteiutiit i'liho aivn comtie wihthi t rotacli of tlhi tiojiticoti ittlltincti, ouni wit tiv i-cit, td thuir ynrmiutl full into ito iloging d ivi tude. I ii told, the Iohaitutit it tdtut knit i, tinoicenoliosthuti ti iippeaii, mtityI have tiltlii clcdmnit.o or ti toiutdt chtrcitiitr tIull tbut iiadthe cliticn cuto tim rceliitittlity to I theitni itniit i ic huit(ly tintciln toi to l Ipliyuical caiYi.
CHICKEN PATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
CICKEN PATTES,. Ingredients: Remains of cold roast fowls, stiling of Ithe some, 3 tshablespoontul. of milk, I or. of butter rolled in (lour, pepper and salt : pastry. Method : Line some pate tins with good pastry. and bake it a very light brown., Mince the cold cbicken. put the bhones andt stuling into a saucepan with bhallfs pint oft. water, and stew this down to half the quantity, remove the bones, add bthe milk,' and butter and season. tir in the clhickon make it very hot, but do not Ic( it boil. Slip the pastry from th.t Lins, and arrange then on :a hol disb ; fill with the mixtre and set ia the oven till they are sent to table. ils Style Changed with His Wife.-, A 'Paris journalist got marri, matne thIbree months ago. A few days alter the ceremony be met a friend who asked, " Well, what think you of your new posi tIon 2' "My friend, I am perfectly inloatxicted.. When I work my wife is always at moy side, nod we embrace at every paragraph. Great heaven, yes, at every paragrlaph ...
SHORT STORY. A SEA BREEZE, A TALE OF THE ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
1 SH-IoRTSTORY. LA SEA BREEZE, A TJLE OF 'TIHE ATLAN.TW. BY RLSCIHEL CAIIEW. -4------ " . E steamship S e. Amalhl, bound for I NaplIe, was plough ý c r ing her way through r the Artlantie wil ththe S tipsy pluneros, jar ring and grusomeo Smnals, peculiar to . r e. o. Three days bad elap. t d since ohe had waved her reern, whl.ite, and red hand. e-rchief, marked wstih a cor onut ard eosu in farewell to her frionds on the New Yprk drec-. Time eqptphgl for thie variour pasRcnger to have clasmiled each other, to hIave grown a trilte indiffrent to their appearance, anrd to have assumed the grubby, unkempt look pro duced by nashortnees of water and a supcr abundanceof soot and nmachinerygrease. Those ofthe fltsesgers who were not eca" alck were strivirg toctreant feeble amusement from each other-a gems of Ilordoe.billiards, rash bets on the log reports, and the like stir ring events on board habilp. A little tnoot of shawls and blankets, with a leopard skin earrpet belonging to the captai...
On Shaking Hands. Reaching a Man's Character by the Way in Which He does. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
On Shaking Hands. aulchling a Mn'on ChOnrucler by the Way in W1hich lie deca. A pretty good irndex to a mno'o clarnactlcr is telu way in whicl e hu kohea hLnds, rjay Ltheo Chiazgo /uml. Tliero id your over uurdinl anli beoiiutij frioud who gruba yoor helplessra lingerie in i great list and altoot wIIugo tlhem III U in a grplll falr lore violent thlin ture lorturer'u oro Iilofntn arn sincere. TIlid o orl i mn no will wroing in thiu way thl hand of ti nl icquizlalco whom hou doeu ii care a j it bainI, in't 1likely to acu again for a ylear, 1nd don't cre if ho dore''t. Thou theie io your lilmp, lifeleo huIandilmnhkrr, who roapoudo to yoer owi hun00cu0 u1d modelrate grousp rw Ii a oL of digtll thlit ounhtin 00 iliuou viia and1 friendelrilp an alink of cold arueages o ia pork bulchlu' a clop. You Iiny, too, liavo run acroue the lan0guid luackndi. iual wlglit who iloullo your well-uieunitg coroitlly by cully lplrolfrilng you Ii lo't hand nteo e Jolla bh oe au Lid chir. lidu of all hand ab...
BORROWED SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
BORROWED) SORROW. TurIe had been marriLed in January, and now it was but the last week in March, yet a snhdow hiut fallen. Imperceptibly alinoot, at ithat, the young wife noticed t ihe cihagc, and with tearful cyesa and swelling heart olio watched its gradual but deadly growth. For nemarly a month Gei orge had been cold to tier; oh, uo coin, but woman-like ihe had lstifled the pironititings of her heart and had akcd 0 Ino tileuStiolna. Itn nileice the preferred toaufler, and daily the buncin grew heavier and pressed hier nicaier the earth. Yet the endl wai not so far away ns she imagilctned. Shu thought only of tihe years ttiit ihauit follon' cacti other it, the funeral proceosioi of a dead love, ever mioving in a circle, until thie hatetul tie of marriage should e be rokoi, and the agony of it was unhearirble. It ilil not occur to iher that fate might deal more gently with lier and with all, only no briely in the past, oishe had held dlear. On Saturtday niorniog George left her to ...
THE PRETTY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
THIS IPREITTY WOMAN. A rtnerry woman must firot of all have clhaily cut, regular features. She must hare full, clear oyes. She must have a skin that is above reproach, untouched by rouge or powlder. ShIe tusat Ihave glossy hair that has never known the touch of bleach or dlye. Site must have a good figure, plutnm enoughlt, yet slender enoughl, thoughi never suggesetive of ant angle. She lmust have a white, expressive hand, preferably a tsmall one, but not of necessity, if it is well kept and white. Site must have small cares, and a throab thatt is like a imarble column for lher hieadl. She miust know hiow to pub on her clothes, or shle loses half her beauty. She imust fully untderlstandt what best suits her in the way of hair-dreosing and cling closely to that. A woman miay hlave all these attractions, and unless ter own peraouality is charming, untless sho lhas tact, it dawne on you, after you have ase heir once or twice, thatt she ii not a retty womant, but a pretty doll.
INJUSTICE IN THE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
INJUSTICE IN TILE COURTS. " ow are you and your wife comning on ?" "We are not coming on at all. She playedl mie tihe meainet kind of a trick." " Usedl your razor to point a lead pencil I" " Worse than that." " What was that ? " " We hail a little dispute and some of her hair came out in my hand." " Te that the nmeanest thing she did?" "No, slhe did woric than that. She ihad me arrested for pjulliig out her hair." " Served you just right." " But that'a not all. Sihe produced in court a bindle of hair as big as a wig, anid slhel swore that I had pulled it all out in that little dispute." " I suppose you did, didn't you ?" No, sir. She hod been six iontlhs col. lecting that hair. Eveory tinme I cane home a little high and pulled out some of hier hair, shie gathieredi it up and lbid it by until aishe had a wad as big its iiy hot. I expect I pulled hier ihair four itifferint tiimes. She ipretended that I lied pullted it nut all at once, and Judge Sully Mhel)lnfie wouldn't listen to my e...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
An Africa benuty nmust have snalln eyes, thick lips, a large flat nose, and a slkin beautifully black. InII Now IGuoiea the noseo is pertorated and a largo piece of wood or hono inasertcedl. On thlie no tIh-cest coIast of Amenrican,, itcirion lore than 'in. loug is malde in then lower lip atal tlhen filled with an vnwoodetn plug. In OGtauaa the lips are pierced with thorns, the headc of the thorn baeibg insitle the mouth nad the poiat reting on the S~hiii. *.**c,.
WAKING DREAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
WAKING 1)IREAMS Hlow dull, hlow impossible, life would be without drceamse--wakig dreams, I mean -the dreanums that we call " castiles in the air," built by the kindly baonds of hope Were it not for thne birago of the onesis, drawing his footltfps over onward, thelo weary traveller would lie down iii the dleserb nsatl, and die. It is tie nmiraeo of distant osucccas, of Iappinoes that, like the bunch of carrots fastened jst becyond tihe donkey's nose, senes alwayn just within our reach, if only we will gailop fast enough, that matkes us run so eagerly along tie road of life. Providence, like a father with a tired child, lures us ever along the way with tales of pomnisce, until, at the frowning gate that ends the rotad, we shlrink back, frightnened. Then, prolmises still more sweet lIn stoolps and whispers in our ear, and timid yet partly reassured, and try ing to hlideo our feaors, we gather up all that is left of our little stock of hiope, and, trusting yet half afraid, piush out ou...
SUBJECTS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
SUBJECTS OF T/OUGHT. Nothing ought to bo plreaantcr or more exrulting to our rinds trhan uocial ituercourse nit Lthir can be nmadu pteoant bIy the due oboervance of good roOnoer. WhVen owe come to look bhack upon our lives, we must own, every one of on, that we hravn liked those of our ocqunintanre tihe ent who laine drawn out Lthu girot l the goad tlhat is in uo, who truve kindled tihe etronert denire to incereaIe our knrowled o nod ruiro tce cranrhdarn of cur thoughto. 'iol foundation of every human nuul ion goodnees. WVrurej ltie clairnm of buineIrs craen to en. groo. tihe whole tin and thought andl onergirn, whno tihe cltiij of home arnd friendu and ocirty cIriri to ben fully re. cognised, wihen the tiarad of a mrany.aided nature are ermpharioeod, wihen the tItfotiornal capaiitien are appIreeltveitd nid inrdividal taites repcted, thern wvill tihe incrtrvalt of life yield a reaol hiarve of benelit and duo light. Asov all things we Hottitd lace a care to kehoep te body from di crn...
LADIES. Under the Stairs. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
L.ADIES. Under ithe Stairs. Though I nevert sald a word, hear Papa. Soon the etory will hve Iheardl, 11! ha l h t Jack contintuce still to laugh, Torturues me with constant chrlT- Itly be tou't telegrtph To mamma. In a nookl beneath the stair, Al the hail, rThinking no one elee wae there. In the hall, 'We were Bitting Thureday ni4ht, lFor a nmoment' btiet respite, :, Ihe'dim, deceptive i;:lht I'lthat was all. Then about me close he drew It onwas co!d Rly embroidcred ahoal of blue; WVs it bold? And that torrid liatin Snow, O(en with envy, an I know, \Vatching, with an ancient bean, Went and told I Oh, nbo thought it such a shatme, Proper tties; flow, indeed, wae I t Llmnie, Joat lfor t1is 1 Growing, for a wontder, bravo, Sil .mtlhiung more lie dared to crave; bitud, I do not nay I pire 1im an ida1 Miedical Virtues of Onions. -"' O.ice n week invariibty, andt Ia I w t evflly when we tadt cold nmeat inced 1d govr IIe: lildront a dinner wltichl was nhaild willt t ,'ulilgt and loobid for...
Somewhat Mixed. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
SomlnowlLt IMixed. First Forsecr: "I hear tlhat you hoe a baby at your hoast'.' pHrcond.s It sner: "Ye, sand lly's got a Suto n tule cor, tun.' First Iiarnwr: 'Your wife?' issorrel an use '1 No., my roan roars. ThLo dectefr sXsysit wnol'IseY,,.' I'irst lsrnrsr: " sisich. tlhemulo col 0 ' Scoeesl larsnser: ' Nn, ithe iaby. And I'vet eeon oifered 10 for it.' Firslt h.rnser: '£10 for Lhs baby ?' Second Falrtner: 'No, LIhe coult. I tell you it loloks just lilss me.' lirlrst Farmsor: 'TIse muso collt?' t es'tl I Fsrmer: 'No, Ltho balby. I guess I'll tuae X10 Isor it.' lirst 1Iareser: 'Sco Ihero, mty frisnos, slsy dos,t yes tallk nsils or baby if you dsls't sst to get a fellow ssiasd slt?' Seeed sllor:er'. 'Tlhat's lwhat I'm trying to do. You seo I tlhis k a esarp off that ss ulo cult all baby. Old 1ill SistooPs'a Jack ito tlhe lsro of it.' An old miisloter who allows no work dono in issosse1 , on Seandy sisia Isis slisn. Il, daugls* terInslssw is jlstsoass iti, but to honor her gooet ros...
ECHUCA MARKET. Saturday. SHACKELL, WHITE AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
rOcll (SUt MARKETI, Saiicir:rr., WV'ii irs; Atf Co. report We tolII a gIl iinitsoer of eittle for. waii to-day, comprising several pens of faIn I Lot- fo--wsId'onilitinial stores. There wis o goil Iat leiiciance, and buyers eagerly conl petal for goldI jiality otuff. Stores, of which thlere were cseveral lines forwranl. were in brisk delul 1 and price siihow markeIIl i-. provemeat. We cllecttel a total clearance at lthe followinig rates :-CUittle:. Itl steers, giool, 1C Is to L LI Its: fat steers. oiall, £4 2I i lI £4 Is; Lfat eiws, prime, £4 its; flat steers, iieiliii, at £:l l Is: fIt heifers, gout, at £:l is; springers, forwoiir. £2 ills to £:3; iilt colis. it £2 1ts; stores, 2 years, £1 Is 111l to I (l tot; lines of yearlings, 12s hi Io I Is. Sheep.-Wel yar.dI 4II13 Ga nl stilore sheep to-day, iniCtintg several pensIii of Lfat ewes of prime quality, which elicited keen compeilition. Sioires were dull of sale. We soid : Pat wellhers, prime, at I). Ial: Gt, wes, prime, at To lilt....
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
MELBOURNE, GRAIN MARKET.I~CIS1' April IX. (ior.mlntiOoCiu, Mour AND Co., LTD'., re prt- Wheat. - The movements in this market for the past weeok ,how bulit little alteration, and though a fair i nquiry for ularge parcels has been experienced far ship mient, tlie local milleis have notopeiotol with that fred otm experienced during the preesl. ing fortnight. We quote :-Prime milling, o2s "11, tsa do ;d fir it) gtioul, s :kI to ds 44td; inferoit to iiolntiii, 2s to 2s 2ddlt. Oits. ''lhis miarike is rathetr dull, with only a otlerate inIltiry for I rtle pjtiposes. Cutrrent, rates tire-t rime,, stout, up le Is 10 111 ; oeri titnary feel, Is 71 to Is l.l; Algerian, is 71 to Is Sol for prime; aid is Oiu to is 1ijil for fair to goal feeal; 'T'artiani, Is 7,1 to Is tll, and up to 2s for seed ltts. ttarley.-ieyttt Ia fair inttiry by utaltsters ftr prime ltts, there is very little dloing, tntI for thin andt inferior sales tare very dillietilt to effect, even it very low prices. We are quoting ...
THE PRIZE SNAKE STORY OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
TIHE PlIZE SNAKE STOlY OF TIlE SEASON. IN CeItIral 1)akIoin, on the " Missouri bottoms," there e:ilns one of Naturer tl.rngest frite ks. The settler's term it tin " tpump inae." Ifow it ciaie tihere, onii where it, camte hroeis yet unknown. It first tatle its aolleatr tntee i in Emmons Ceiuity in the spling of 1St1. A fuill-grow pump Hoakc meatitres albout 'ixtenli feet in clngtlh anit alonut three ilchei in dia tert . 'IlThey Ire of gregIrious hahits, rtuinitg tile Prairies in iirgo heris, as miany n three hundred aivisg bci rounte l iti a siigle hlock. I dtli minitg to ie of thlioe reptiles there i foutnla lubo which exnioolefrom the rout of the jaw to th eo.l.remitty of tle lail, anin teniiiinatee itn in o teisg. 'I'lis lue is about two inches in dlunander, and lined witha t iog, yicllite nigsulotaince, iitoar to ruitboer. 'I Ii uIIp simake in easily trainedl to iii nsier the call of man. The inhabittan to of this sectlio trap tlIIIem its 1,nrg Iumit betC. A ftnier onit Cat Tail ...
HEARTRENDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
IIEARTIIENDING. Tue beautiful young matron bowed her head in her soft, whito hands and wept, unti it seemedl to the good oldt pastor thatb her fragile ftranne woull be dlisintegrated by the violence of iher subs. 110 sutnqthed bach the dishevelled hair from Iher throbbing brow', and being but a man sumashed the roses on her hiot in so dioinig. " )u endleavour to calm yourself andl tell mu what this great grief is. Lot no try to help you." The young maitron sobbed still, but mananged to uitter: " Oh, wrhy anm Iso punislhel ? Oh, what nhave I dtoune that this grief should be brought 1oio sime? Andi I Ihve boeen so happy." " But dlaughter tell inn what it is that troubles you 1" T'ho yoog mttrcn turned a tearful gazo towards hier good oll ipastor's faco nod rend herein a world of symnpathy. At laot she controlled the violence of hier feelings enough to spealk. Oh-olh-ol I" else sobbed. " Fido is jeulous of the baby i" And ngain her stricken heart found relief in tears. " Ever u1nrel wi...
[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] STOLEN GOODS. STOLEN GOODS. (Copyright.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
(NOW FIRST P'IILISIIllI).1 STOLEN GOODS. BY INC AII AliOSN. Sutior of "1 Flowerln of tie, hunlt," "IThe White lInt," &e. (COopri't/ilt.) "' Thoroughbredr froom your nose to your toil, ,oil1 with Irg as sound toIl all outilward appear slce as as a bell of brass : nr q'iet as a slheep, too, apparently. I wonder how the deulcce you iome to he harnessedl to a hansonm cl,." These were the thoughts which run through gly minl one line October aftcrnoon, as having just flishled luncheon at the Novto nodl dili 'bry. I found myself in Piccadilly strolling im tesslyoalong, had gazing t a rsmarabtly good Sokiig, little brown horse betweCen the shafts of a very siuart hansom, who wnltked past me in lhe oasy,'dignited way that only a thlorouglhbred eon. I hiad been amonlgst horses all my life, and" Battered mysetlf I noow a good one when I saw hifm. SAnd unless you are very much mistaken, my boy," thought I to myself; " you're looking bl one now." 'The sight of the little brown horon quit...