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SIR GEORGE DIBBS ON FEMALE SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

SIB GEORGE D1 BBS ON PEMACE SUFFRAGE. j {:?fnK Premier informed a deputation wttcli un Friday, in the name of the Wlljt. T.U., urged the women's suffi age ennse upou him, that t'ie oaesthm would he submitted to the (jhImik#, with a view to ascertaining whether it should be made one ot the plapks of the Goyernmedt progranime ftir the .approaching elections-. Without giv« irig any aK*umnce of a final kind, Sir George Dibbs admitted the impor tance of the reform asked for, and was sn impremed with tbe novel clearness und forcc with which aignment* in supports it were put, that lie ex pressed doubt about, his power to hold out if additional pressors were rande iu tlie shnpe --f ..an ussHtiance that a majority of women wanted to yote. This, however the deputation conld not. bring, neither were they able to eiitei-taiu Sir George's suggest tioii that they should at once nsk not for the vote ulotia, but also the right to go into Parliament.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Scientific Notes. WATERPROOF COATING FOR WALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Scientific Notes. WATERPROOF COATING FOR - WALLS. the following coating has proved very effective in -preventing the penetration : of moisture on die weather side of walls:— Pitch, 50 Ibg. ; reein, 80 lbs. ; red ochre. -J lbs. ; fine brink-dust, 12 lbs All boiled together, ,with constant stirring, and then sufficient ou ot teipennhe (about one quarter the volumte of the above) addied, to cause it to ! spread readily. . It should be laid on as thin ^possible with a bristle. brush.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUALITY IN STRAWBERRY PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

QUALITY IN STRAWBERRY PLANTS. In planting a strawberry bed, large or small, it is well to give careful consideration to the fact that an amount of work neceBrary to its care 'will be just as great on poor soil as on rich ; just as great, or even greater, if the plants Bet out are inferior as thuturh ot the best stock. But the yield is widely differ ent under these varying ? conditions, hence it is the poorest kind of policy to plant on ; poor soil, or to use inferior. plants. . There -I are two kinds of plants' that are extensively { Used, which are really unfit to be plaoed in a j strawberry bed. There is no doubt that ! the use of these annually reduoes the crop considerably * When an old bed has outlived ite useful ness there are thousands of apparently good plants to be ploughed under. Some ' persons cannot bear to see these go, to waste. So they either use themj'for starting new beds, offer them for sale, or give them ito their neighbors find friends. Whoever tries to save some...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

OPEN COLUMN. [The public will please understand, that though we publish the contributions of correspondents, when the subjects treated are of public importance, and offensive or personal references 11 re avoided, we do not always endorse tlie Uf U4VUO ui Hit-, wilterd. Jill e*llW ll lo- tions must bo accompanied by tlie naniG and address of the writer — not uecessaiily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.]

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPROVING FARM POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

IMPROVING FARM POULTRY. If eggs are wanted, without regard toFthe ?weight of the hens, the JAinorcas, or the Leghorns will give best results. If a good layer and market fowl combined is desired, then the White Wyandottes, Plymouth Rocks, Black Javas, or Lanershans should be selected. Almost any land of a hen will lay eggs in the spring or summer when eggs are cheap, but only a well bred hen, well housed and cared* for, will produce eggs . in winter when they bring Is 6d to 2s per dozen. The majority of fanners will uot .go to the trouble or expense of procuring purebre is, or of keeping them pure after rhey have them. For such the next best i tiling to do is to sell off all tbe hens over ? one year oid, and all the «ne year olds also, | unless well built; 'strong and healthy. Next sell all the pullets, except the , best of the early hatched ones, and then sell eveiy cock erel oh the place. Now, if the hens are rather small it would be well to try Light Brahma cockerels, early hatche...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HARD CASE. (To the Editor of the Wyalong Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

A HAUD CASE. (To thr. Elitir of the Wualonv Star.) 1 Sir, — Oil February 15 liift I applied for ail abandoned claim, four men's ground, and the parly eousisiei.l-.ol: myself, niy son, and two others, myself and son being in possession of miner's rights when (he clnim was taken up. I'l-oin the itnle of diking up (lie claim until now the labour conditions have been fully complied with. Application was since made by an outsider for pos se- sion of uiy son's share, 011 the grounds of my son not heinj; of age. To pt'even* the claimant taking possession I sum moned him to show cause. The decision given by the Warden was ' The bo.y is eligible to hold his share sc long as he was duly represented.' This being settled the claimant then urged that the claim had been illegally pegged out on the grounds that my -ou had 110. miner's j right when the claim was applied for, hut I proved thai, all the pi rly had miner's rights. Begistration was granted I to us 14. days after application, there j be...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRYSANTHEMUMS FROM CUTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

CHKISANTHEMDMS FROM COT- j TINGS. - As the time draws near to plant out, di vide and nurse the young chrysanthemums. I am happy to give yob the ben'-fit of my experience in growing, them from cuttings. I Lave experimented -vith cutting* and have found they root most rapidly. : I start them in shallow boxes - f sand, and put them in the sun and keep it constantly moist. In a short time young roots will form and the plants can be potted in good soil. Of course, they will be Small, but with good care will grow rapidly and be budding by and by, and ; will make nice plants for later on. — Solfat-erre. '

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wyalong Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, 20TH JUNE, 1894. (Before H. Williams, Esq., F. W. Reay, Esq., and R. Cassin, Esq., J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Wyalong Small Debts .Court. Wedxesdat, 20th June, 1894. (Before H. Williams, Esq., F. W. l?eay, Esq.. and It. Cassin, Esq., J.'sP.) W. Willeoxen v. P. O'Hare — wage^, £3 15s. Mr. Digh ton for defence. Ver dict for £4 158. aud costs. j J. Maconuochie y. A. Hassett — work, ' £2 (is. Mr. Dighton for plaintiff. De- i fondant ha. I agreed with another person to erect a but. for which he was to .pay; U£3._ios.' TJ-e coahn^Lor engaged ..Ma-, ] eonnochie, and made £1 out of tlie' job. The lattoi- had been offered l'ls , which lie decli1.0J. to accept, and, now sued tit# owucr^of the hut for the above a,luouut. Verdict' for defi h iaut. ;j\F. Murphy v. R. S. irunter — goods,, £21 Gf, ? This u-.is. a case of disputed contra accounts, and tho parties agreed to n settlement for £17 6s. (id. W. Colo v. P. A. Marquess. Balance on M orlc done, £6 Is/ Mr.. Coonan for defence. This case aroijs out of a con tract for tho erection of a fence around tlie ground where simits were . held 011 Queen 8 Birt...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAHLIAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

, j V - PAHTiT&B. , , ? , ^-;Xt-b»pimtilar.4)elief that dahllas.are itiS; ? after thd ^altivatinn of * u gle 'Vftri fyi i ii wtthofrt foand&tiptt, : tayontos^ ^ir^rerlr^biid ;^^l^a^tni£|^l-^ui7-af lie Caofcus'dwfflii,'^ colors, and dts Otfarf -£ ; ~\i, : -'i . ft if m v ;? - j?-:; .: Dahlias may' either be grown from . the bulbs or the seed. Make the earth rioh, end ; .plant five -or six 'inches! !defep. in a 'sunny, place. . Be :suue to -^ve plenty of witter around the routs ; this will inpnrfi blooms much earlier than jf left to the mercy of the hot'sun. ?' ' , The seeds are qiklck to . 'germinate, aid will flo*er tbe first season. They should be planted in the iiousd in- any Shallow box, filled With well -pulverized earth, and. when of sufficient size transplant, after all danger from frost -is over, 'to their permanent situation, and they will blooin freely - all the summer. — Man! ore. ? i

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wyalong Police Court. TUESDAY, 19TH JUNE, 1894. (Before J. J. Williams, Esq., and R. Cassin, Esq., Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Wyalong Police Court. Tuesday, I'.Ith Jone. 1S04. (Before J. J. Williams, Esq., and B. | Cassin, Esq., Js.l'.) ! Patrick No5an was charged with steal- | mg a cash box containing £1' the pro- | pcrty of G. G. Payne, al Wyalong, on \ ihe 18th instant. 1 Constable Poeock deposed to arresting I the accU-ed. On the wav to thb lonk-im He said, 'It can't be helped; I'm caught ; that's the only mistake I made.' A purse containing sixpence watf found on hiin, and he managed to pass a skele ton key (0 another man. G. (r. Payne deposed : Know the bp. cused. He enmo into niy store about G.30 last evening. I was at the time B't the rear of the store, and on entering I saw tho accused making off with the cash box. I ran after Iiiin, and callcd out, ' Stop thief.' A man who came with nie caught accused, and lie was'ufi untied over to the police. The box produced 'is the one taken from shop by ncwised, and^to the best of my belief t'lere was llbout 25s. in it. Accused pleajt£d ga^lty'flnd was fined...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE TO RUN AN INCUBATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

WHERE TO' RUN AN ESTCUBA ? ?- ; .''? TOE. The incubator . Should be run. in . a place where as even a temperature as possible can be obtauiyd j Whftre the - variation in tem perature will be as -little as possible; We have'foundthata diy-fl.uy.ipoderatelyjight, cellar secures such conditions In a remarkable degree. The-temparatureja even... day, and njght, and^' varies opj^fBtativdy little in ' oald WjraiB ' weatber—flf course it Varies j whit- : but much less thin in rOoms alove jgSpjid. TO^ a »?usuu«s of raising large nambers of chickens is engaged in, a special Is ^seated for the incubaSrs. r ^One jartiaUy 'place underground^ -wh&re tibis is feasible, is usually built. When the btuldinx is all abov* ?jgroiuiditiiBhast to have it iafed without and/within, enclosing a dtad'Jiir spac«, and having: as iew,windows as poaabl*. - The mttohinB should never stand -miere the direct ;j*ys hf^tiie sun will- sbike.it-. . . Tbe. roof, .dike the rest p^the bnilding should- endoso -^;^ao...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Yalgogrin. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Yalgogrlri. J (Faoii or it owx CobbeSi-oxde*?}. The chief excitcilieirt of tlio week was the arrival of Air. Slec to..*cltlc«vfrw disput-j6 arising fro u) applications for abandoned or neglerted permits. The decision was generally adverse to what has been the opinion amongst many. Communications from the Minister for IMir.es intimated that n neglected block under permit should be maimed by applicant, and information to tlmt effect selit to Lim. Warden Slec, Jiosvrvoiv decided that so , lo.ig as tho origlpal permit was iu existence any one else working tlie ground - wns trespassing. It is very probable that one or both of the selections will oe resumed shortly for. gold-mining purposes, as Air. Sice seems to bj in ire favorably i.npresscd with the prospects of the livid, than upon the occasion of his former visit, now that the reefs arc wore fully, du .Vidoped. Til ? crusher did 1101 start as 'soon as'wtnt vjmecicd, but before t his appears it will Uare (j£Cn v( full swing for some t...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
arrival and Despatch of Mails from Wyalong Post office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Irrif^ tori Ses^atdk «f I 4tm W$&mtjL Post OSce. ] I ' IWWMiB. . 3 ^aa Krtjifci&fiim T«rttora anil 'Bnr- 1 , leiluuMi 'on Wed nowtiys, «mM ' riibQ'a ipau. Oo Tnoeflnyg, Tfai^rs. J iiys, anil Satw^nys iet « -304-:B). '. ' 1 F»m ScrveirQHWnt -Tewnsh^ iiiBd iU«; lVuik: -dailyt ^S?«in£ay a't'i .30^Jm' .; - PKAn^Siiga®iB *on 'i-|iesfifly8 «nfl ^riaiiys j t4ain. *.'?-' 'I iBsci^BTViass. - 4St fiM-nKdmitS' ifUKl Tn- ' *#--6 a.m. 1 'FfllrvjP-W-3 rnniorti 'P-HMMha- and lttjuiilo aenl^ibMj (SUttdiiy-»M5»ta*) «fc U w.:m. - ' BaY V ngaHe *on' Vao&tciffis' -ttai §-Abur- j ajrs-flt;8'.80jfi.m. ?- ' ' ? ? '?? ' ifrtfBs?ljr tUBjejpteooa icteai-iatfl.SO pro-;i Siafty 5at.'tho4c4iw-ry^ f iekfrs' froui'fi W.-rn'. to :in.. -Mseppt 'on ? «rhun letterB (w ilwici from , t^KDOua.- :: ' ' ' ' ; i ordor sa|4 Siivjnjw Baak vnpen S laS^^^Vndjiy jdioepUxJ) ¥w» !!0 a.uv.'j

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Rftjjg lie ii e s GU .V8ANTEED TO %IVE L EVERY SATISFACTION. OTHER J*R WILLBE EXCHANGED. Send List, .illustrated, nost five. 13GEORGE STREET, SYBJIE Y, Spppaitetht; Kauwny station, Sydney. attTbe arivnlled key- ^ C)/~k . Watch. A j -U\J S. Unliable Watch. jTi - Eoglish Lever, fulljewel (, led, 2 years' guarantee. '^'-^1^ V - unequalled English ( Lever, patent action, 3 ' years' guarantee. yT -f.My special Key or Keyless Lever, rjcjLcouijwQsation balance, patent ac ?vl S tion, 8 years' guarantee. |,jgkK 'j First-claBs Key or Keyless 5 . Lever, fall covered cap. ' }: patent, hand finished, 4 years' ; pan ran tee. First-class Key or Keyless Eng. Lever, compensation balance, covered cap, hand finished, o 'A'S^ars' guarantee. The ACAIE^ Eaglish Lever, full ciironometerlpilanee, adjusted, 10 'i' jewels, a correct time-keeper, l- v^iic' gun runt eo. ;Fipbactv ? Minute CURONOGIt APIIS, The Sl'OiiTiSM AN, A- lo 10j. Six | mr? giutm utee. Highly recommended. j tifUiaei' SJLVEK W A'LVilES.— No...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

?: vl Mcrchanf, \y Xa l o n d » \ jiM Comfnencttl Business a. ?Iplc'ld'J »hi-lt fl( P AltM PBO-.; ? .Hnd io dellWlTiitied -o .tnakp ^ ?ud'^rkac.^'' ( ''? *' ' ^ flWWi, ? ; ?REGofe ;S«|sN^jES- ?? = Jm^AMIL-Y fiU'lhlERS, t JsKINS-STREET, -TEMOBA, Ito inform politic of Teniora ? Bd district that they are still carry ?business iii ' the above 1 line, - and gly keeping the^txSt *-f Beef and ^ Bo merit a share of support.' Irs promptly' attended -0. Hotels I and Families supplied. Jt, CHEMII 4 CO,, «a«- fiensrai/ Agralt and I PratUmw. —Agents for GotMPBOCqH MortT A Co. (Ltd.) n Maiden BBOTHHRa. , .- ! bBBWKlfT & TAKAB FlP-E AsBUB : A&CpiJO. of SlBNBT. ? ' I BOAiiD MEETINGS at Fo&es, trkes, Oondpbqlin,- Gnenfell/'Daiida icjBauuMi, and ~Xand~~ Courts -at t or.Sydney attended by our Mr. ides; Skin*, an4t^'iftow may | be ned through usIo.MWbbs. Goiios ok, Mokt &. Co., (Idtnitedy j ,^nd to Sfcira*. 3lliiDB*-«IitBfe*Es, »y :/? ' hteheli's Buildings, i BaWAfftSl-B...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Latest Telegrams. Sydney, Thursday: Sis Henry Parkos is being favorably received on his country-election tour.' A party of miners have struck payable alluviall at Snob's Hill, near - iiiigara racecourse., I(j02. of spncimens coiitaiii inc 5'oz. of irold was gained wbila sluic ji'g by W ithersund 41a rty, at. Bingara. : 7 Comnienting on Si r Geo. Dibbs' Pedcr ution scheme. Sir Henry Pbrfces 'says Uiat tiioiigit Sydiiev.u better suited fori * federal citjv Mclboiiirne has reatly the chief. UiiiJditiKs needful ior P^deratioii air«'-*pliitlon. ':^iePreinier.l)tts.givenft,rto^c;Uncl(-r- iood iiJiat iuunicipttlitic'6' thut .jiiad fom Hlie^SUteifeiEtihfe i*ilord-t unpaid. Tceclf irs~Vo^id- be *p jKuhfrd^o iwllect fl^^rjs. ; , ? ? - S'rcsli »S0tnii9K.|l» fci^cwpu^i^ -tlite y. \ X''-. miii-rler Fajpei' byt.s!too! iijgMflB^ ..jrtth n ^vw^r.;; -J.^r ' 'IMie iMWufcsto of the Pircetrado part/' v: L be isi'Ue'l nfler a part of the pro KiMiiiiiK! has liccn submitted to ihe elec t ? -- ?. After Die...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Local and District News. | Ckowded Our. — Owi:-g to the lengthy report of Mr. \j - !]tr)m;ui'.''.s meeting and tlie hir^rc i)n:uilit-* of; advertising ninttai- n' hiclf cuuif1 in ut n IrIc hour, we :ire -.:ou)|u:]lcd to hold over our report of ilie Warden's Court sitting's. Progress Committee meeting, a Irngiliy leatlino; article, and .so vera 1 other lijatter^i of public inrcrc.st. Dkmocratic Son at.. — On Monday uijjlit flit; members of the Deiiiocratio C'iah carrii'd out ;i very .succossful pi (itrramme of du.'iees in the Victoria thill. Abont ih) L'uii^les n't'j'L' ()re;se:it nud d;incing to the inspirit ing Httviiii s of pinno, violin, anil cornet, was kept up with keen enjov mont. till about 4.y0 a.m. A rontri b,itioii fi-oni'the pen uf one mure i:on ver.-n:it wit li the di tails of tlie pro eeedings, mid bi't ter able to describe tin; clmrm.s of 1'iil\! smd dress wliieh eliiiraotcris -d the fair dan e was promised ns, but unlol'tuiiau ly wa^ not. to hand when we went to pres....

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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POETRY. [?]LOVE AND SORROW [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

[?] AND S0ER6Ff V '.: &rro^ iand in hand, 3g-ei to my.door oneiay ; v could I let Love pleading stand P W&oaldl say her nay f IrjButltorrow shallnot oome,' ' I said, #£jShe »haU not dwell -with me.' i$Cfaen gayLoVe shook her winsome head : 4i^BTe tojjy sot parted be !' 1. ' ' ' 1 1 :vjpet Love alone, .in brilliant guise, IjlBppk Ifco bemyown ; ?* t eyas ^^pffide th'e door alone ! W&io gey, too -wilful Love I found IjQpntehfc.tto dwell Withine ; fBweedin:my heart shelluttered round, . - map rfretttdtebie free. ^ .. ^^fipm-ioy hpart the bar I raised ; ' iih'dereitfeUt' place, Sorrow, -while I stood amazed, ppbddipi within the space! . ' MNoW Serrow makes » ith me her home, Igfor ever will depart ;?— r jgSs* I am gl^d that she has coine . US'® filliny ,enij-ty heart ! j n t' - — Florence May Alt. ?? ' ' '

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

-'i ?' J ? ? ??''?. Iter Miners' ?_ and-; laj^rials, nuxt.to Kixoa'fl* ? ? * Cjjrara,,Oi«arette», '-Wid evoiy- ! hmp ;-i^({jilre-l l*f sSmofeevs, «lt Nisou's ' itntitrtiMffl' Hull* XL JSewuEN'a for .Sprujf? M«ttpass«s. , ill ot .'itt^Ainx niitdti W the ir^joriiiKss. Nexf+a^lXon'te;* . ?_,- SoMMi; -* -? Xioi9K-i, . ? Sl^tea, ^ iitj4 School ( i^iuQfbespf.aU jiiktS* ar^ no* ^roc-uiaifle ' HalLf. f ' H.*gf»VDE-i, jiKct txi Njrtm's ;b(ijp.t'ha«:iD etwck. -ttad for etOn choiip, a . asatitj -ot: fiecontbaiid Tools, inclodioff ;? 'itSswB.*. ^^KM.Sf^jrfe water -s« great j man, 'ipjlrtit nlart y 'Iu -a hot diniWte. The' inwA vi^';to^w«e« wipplj'-u bu buyom? , f yjiDai^y'a taotft; Tbby are tn/t&e from ; be jjtJBjt -GOtrujfalfrBJi '.t ron, ljy . a 4trat»oIass ; roikmBo. and.jou ?can-buy '«ne io leontaiu 00 gttllonis fcir £3j@Ki-, . : JOOO^tUomB tofr ' _ - . ; .. jify . ,.; ttriiifeesser . ami Tiofeaccoai&t 1 r 'Goofis *i)d ClrtfScEift Brrtidc . C? '/iff .'^Cifiaps -wl Toli&a...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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'TWOULD LOOK PERFECTLY AWFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

'TWOULD LOOK PERFECTLY - AWFUL. ,:t ' ,;M. 'twould never, do . for women, to bp at - 'the,! head. of the Government,' sud.Mr,'. anaifm. , ? Why not, pray f ' asked his wife. t ' Sbppoeeraa unmarried^ woman 'wewja^tv- j retaiy of tbe txeasuiy at the present whm bonds are to be issued,-- ... 4 WelL suppose that were die oase .1 What'* of it?' ' . - j ' How would it look for her. to inuea ' circular headed 'Propouls invited f'— Iftte- i. burg Ohrouicle-Telegiapli. J f

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