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THE INTRINSIC CASH VALUE O[?] MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
THE INTRINSIC CASH VALUE OB MAN. I We have it on tbe authority of Tbackf that you have to wait until forty years fore you know the worth of a lass, knowledge wo.. Id not then appear to li much value ; aud it is fortunate that scit now presents an exact means of determiii the worth of a lad of any age. The last - sus offloials, or some other infallible autkioi have had his constituent ingredients weigl appraised, and filed away as a permai standard of value in the archives of the tional Museum at Washington much as Smithsonian Institution or other grave ai ority preserves the standard yard stick or stan aid quart. It is somewhat of a r thus to find the value of an everyday I poiind man placed by the government as 1 as £3,660. We bad net deemed they bo exalted a view of human nature at W ington. . Bnt they give as chapter and v for the same ; or, rather, weight and m ure ; for they have the body of suoh a neatly decomposed and pnt opih jars or ties on the shelf ,—FroiiL'TJneJPoint of ...
THE INDEBTEDNESS OF EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
THE INDEBTEDNESS OF EURO! The statistics relative to the expendi of the chief European countries upon t armies and navies become store eignifi when it is remembered that the money spent is borrowed money. Of all the B peun governments that of England is only one which, to speak, is paying way. The remainder ate living on lo As a consequence they are all augmen their national debts. Between 1870 and the national debt of Francs was increase I2,000,000,000f, that of Russia by 11,0 000.000, that of Italy by 4,131,000,000, of Austria -Hungary by 4,019,000,000, of ' Germany by something like the 1 sum, that of Spain by 1,300,000,000, an on. Even the smallest states are heavy rowers. Belgium having added almoi much to her obligations as Spain ; while Roumanian debt has been augmented to extent of 701,000,000, that ot Servia t( extent of 244,000,000 and that of Greet the extent of 270,000,000. — St. James' zette.
A LONGSHOREMAN'S TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
A LONGSHOREMAN'S TRICK. A boss longshoreman, whose gang is ner idle if there is anything to do along Ihe docl explained the other day the secret of 1 popularity witn the captains of grain carriei particularly the canal boat men. ' I know,' he said, ' how to unload a air so that it will overrun instead of fall! short.. 'Take a canaller freighted with whei for instance! The grain is in bulk, and wh it is unshipped the consignee or pflrcha: has someone present to keep tally. The fii bushel out is weighod. Then the next hu dred go by measure, and are heavy or shi bushels according- to weight of the fi bushel. ' 'I hen there is a new weighing and a d standard, hundred by hundred, until the b- is emptied. Well, bulk grain is alwt heaviest at the centre of a pile. ' So, when the clerk calls out ' weigh, weigh hi'™ a heavy bushel. Then I take 1 measured bushels from tbe sides. Con quently the cargoes I unload overrun, 1 captains are pleased, the consignees can'ti derstand it, and 1 and my m...
JOWETT AND THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
JOWETT AND THE PIUNCK ' It ' was Jowett's- resistless energy thai made him^' as an undergraduate ' wwS thir teen hours a day, as, he. onoe. told a Kamese prince in my hearing. The said ^iapiese prince had, as tbe porterpomponsly ejepresaed tt, ' corned into Balliol by the waster's Iron t door, sir;' h»id entered for hits :' )iiialle,'had telegraphed, m it was pppn^Zy.und«Wood, j to lus fathei that he was in for thi& hisfirRt, i-xaminatipn, and- ^ad .paid for|?a raplv : tclegrOni,' vrhinh, 'it is ? iiBsartod;'. ran' 'mi ' follows : ?' It is well. , Fourteen 'ybuths' of the nobler so) t have been -saorifioed.t Bnt the propitiatory offoriug in Sian),haud .failed to help in the battle , of the.' eohools. 'The; prince had beon'ploughod, and was :seiit 'tor by the master. .. ' f ' I iammuch ashamed ofyott/saidJowett, m his sternest juid jorldest,. manner. ' ,?Yo» are very idlp. very idle. You ate no (pnditjtA your country -ir to this/JcJipjje. : . Hjowmui^' UW ft day do Jou 'work ...
A GAMBLERS' SUPERSTITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
A GAMBLERS' SUPERSTITION. They were playing a quiet rubber of wl in a Lewiston back office, Thursday afterno and had called for a new deck of cards. ( of the players was an old-timer, a en pNyer of yeais of experience, and he tank the old wornout pack and put them on window-sill. 'Throw them inthe fire.' s the younfr man who was his parti ' What !' said the elder, ' throw a pack cards in the fire? Yonng mm, you do know what you are talking about. I woulc do it for a thousand dollars ' Why no ' Superstition,' was: the answer. ' Bun pack of cards and they 11 never give you ; . other hattd, and will mock you to tho !; They're bad enough, at b« st, but you he saw a gambler curse the cards or abuse t) or burn then or otherwise ill-treat th He doesn't dare to. I know a ' succemjf card player who did it. He was dlell on velvet then. In, a year he was a beg; and he never won a game worth mention forever after It's a whim, but the geii men of the cloth of green respect it. T won't burn a pac...
A NEAT RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
A NEAT RETORT. I Aubrey Beardsloy, the veiy black and very white artist, whose work' is becoming the rage not; only in England but in France and America, replied veiy neatly to a Chronicle criticism recently, 'ihe artist is evidently as clever with his pen as with his brush. The Chroniolc accused him of .bad 'taste in using the portraits of two well-known London _ men in the design he drew for Mr. David-' eon's recent book. BeardBley explains to the Chronicle that ' One of the men is beautiful to stand even the test of portraiture, and the other owes me half a -crown .' The two meu portrityed by Mr. Beardsley are Oscar Wilde and Sir Augustas Harris. ? Oscar Wilde, of oourro, is 'a beautiful man. j Th^ way Sir Augustus Harris came to owe j the artist half a orowu was thus : Mr. ' Beardali-y penetrated' ' into' the pit -of the J Drury Lane theatre, wbioh Sir AngustW^ manages. He placed half a crown on - the . shelf of the pit cffice hole,, whioh was swept, instantly into the till. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
SOUTH CDA&T and Wi^/iLillDiN . .^hOiNm'^yE COMPANY, Ltd., Sussex and Liverpool Streets, turn Offing tW Ou^ut of ov^ 60 Co4-peraHwe Batter ? ^:^p^gfcyy-a' 'igryiwL ' ^ '^-rf£og ? d Cheoge* Our Sttle Floors offer to Grocers And Provision Merchants au unrivalled Selection in Above Liues. This Institution- is a large Rona-fide Dairy-farmers' Cooperative .Company, -jonsequpntly wes cm supply «U »gwreme^fcs in Job apo*e at Ljwe»t Current ffiftrajjlp COUNTRY ORDEHS RECEIVE O0R S*»3ECIAr. ATTEWTIOW. ^ « ' _ ? _ __Lj_.i ?: r-:- . ; fi, ::;- - - ^ ?????? ' - ? ' -? tlEOlKili A. PORTgB, Managw. y FOR SALE. 1ING PLANT. Engine, Boiler, Hosid Stamper Battery. No lc oC'er refused. For full particu- ] v to G. D0BBYNS, Junee. ve Unserved Sale of -«/ i Second-hand Furniture affd jctst J % rday, June 23fd., At 2 o'clock, § JNDSAY'S HOTEL YARD. Ij35 & CO. have Receidfd Instruo ?u^to / W\k y a urnox, n Saturday, Jum 23rd. ndsWs Ptfst Office rlotel/ ippusito WictniiflfTheatre), ole of an\...
THE LOAFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
THE LOAFER. „ / While the bicyclist has passed him fi faoed, and the boating man has toiled ii burden and heat of the day, the. loafer smoked and strolled through tbe mead contemplating spears of summer grass Towards evening he may decently 1 some concession to popular taste by stra down to the river and getting . out boat. With one paddle out he will drift dowi stream, juat brushihg the flowering rush the meadow-sweet,, and taking in as per gifts the varied sweets of even. The loosestrife is his,' and the airowl his thBt distant moan of the weir ; . his art glories, .-anther and scarlet and silver,- of - eunset-haunted -Surface . - - - By-Wl-by the boaters will pass him hi 'Ward bound. ' -iyi art blifitered and sore : his wither unvrang. ' ' ( - , ;lfcst are too tired and hungry to see .sunset glories ; no; corporeal pangs doj peroepHvefaculty. = . ? Some h&ve quarrelled iri' the day am no longer'' on speaking terms; he i peace with'himself and the' wiiole world Of all 'ih^...
MACARONI AND FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
MACARONI AND FISH. „ Lay any h-oiled fish, except, salmon, on a bed bf macaroni boiled ijt milk until done, buc it must not be allowed- to break and' buret ; ^over .with a -sauce made by .heating apint of milk with two ouuces of butter. Thicken this with - fioar wet -with water to the consistency of cream ; when it ; reaches lie boiling point add the beaten yolk 'of an egg and one of tomato Rduoe pre viously made hot. Stir all . the time mtile add ing.
POTATO SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
POTATO SOUP. A somewhat novel potato^oup iB made by boiling a quart bowl of sliced potatoes with j two onions sliced and fried yellow in fe little l butter, two'stalks of celery, some parsley, a gill of canned 'tomatoes and a quart and a ? pint of water. When the! potatoes are done add a tablespoonful of flour wet- with water, and' press through a sieve. Return to the sauoepan, add . buttor the size of a walnut, - ?and half a' pint of hot milk or cream ; rea son to taste, and serve with thin, wafers of brown bread and butter. Another way iB to boil ten medium sized potatoes cut in' halves in salted boiling, water until done, drain and set aside. Put 'a gill of water, and bu ter the suse of an egg in a saucepan, add a quart of milk, and when it . boils tie potatoes should be broken into bits, but not mashed. Sfeasjn to taste and send to., table at onoe. .
THE ROMANCE OF ELIZABETH PALMER PEABODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
THE ROMANCE OF ELIZABETH PALMER PEABODY. .. A most interesting story is told in connec tion with the death of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody. It is that she was engaged to ! tuarrv Nathaniel Hawthorne before he baw i her Bister Sophia, and that, soon diBOoyering ' the btate of the oase between those Wo she , said to them at once that she hid room for them together in her heart. What is still stranger is the further intelligence of tbe Boston Transcript that Elizabeth Peabody was the heroine uf Mrs. Browning's poem of abnegation, ' Bertha in the Lane.' 'Chat is, Mis. Browning made the poem out of this mere suggestion of Elizabeth b surrender of her lover who didn't love hpr to the sister whom he did love ; for everything else is as , unlike as possible to the stoiy of Elizabeth . Peabody, whose life was so useful and so happy in ite usefulness. It will seam odd to associate this alert, active, cheery, and some* what quaint woman with a poem of so in tense ardorand sacrifice as ' Bertha in ...
GOOD RETURNS FOR CAPITAL INVESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
GOOD RETURNS FOR CAPITAL , INVESTED. Mr. W, W. OuleBS, R.A , tells a capital story of the time when he was painting John Bright's portrait. One day Mr. Bright said to V' -when ratting, ' Now, whatdbes'it cost to set an artist up in business? I suppose a ten or twenty-pound rotowould'do itr' Mr. Oulessreplind, ' Oh, yes.' , ?Well,' said Mr. Bright, 'I think von ought to consider yourself a very lucky young fellow to earn five or six thousand pounds a year on a twenty-pound plant.' — E. Dyson.
HE CHANGED THE FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
HE CHANGED THE FASHIONS. Tbe visit of Kossuth to the United States in 1851 had an important influence on the masculine fashions of the time.' ThP soft, broad-rimmed felt that he wore became almost as popular for a while as Alpine bats are now, and full beards with moustaches,. such as he Wore, «oon came into vogue'. Medals bearing his profile were sold on the streets. These testimonials to the patriot's fame had Jheir day and' passed away, but. his memory is perpetuated in the nine towns and counties of the United iStates which now' bear his name.
Notabilities. THE ABUSE OF ANATOMY IN ART. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
Notabilities. ' THB A.BUBE OF ANATOMY. IN ABX . ^ v ? - ri:/x - 'it ttN» ,«nd abuse, of tanatomy ' in .aitr;.jM:,! .Cheeoeau, it seems, W9S: by.no ine«n «-»n- ! .-viuced. Mr iBwkin . wrote 'acoordingly to j ri'inforen bii argiunentH by ', /this . furttur i ^ point ; ' th it a paintor^ knowledge of Jtmp&mj must- always be Superficial %nd ' vulgar— therefore pretftntipus, aud' harmfnl to - his dignity of character . : ! * Hold, «p yottif thumb 'with . it* b«ck towards you, so as to see the muiclee that movB it at the back of thle hand. ' Band it, and move it (w;tbont bioviiig the restof 'the hand) to the right and left* variously stretching and beuding it. How , many days or months do you suppose it would take to understand and- illustrate ' by diagrams, compreheasively, the relative play .of ths working sinews, and the action of the skin in following it, in the case of that angle digit f And after you had mastered the entire machinery of these do you suppose -you would be ene...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
rn* vs ' ? '«M t«. 15 . ;gSBSala.**iii»:it« of Ag« ncy woric ?t-widui.tcd. i 4|jgjF-,iBi* — Next WA- one to Hurpl y's 8tore -: 'V-', *'?'' | I * S . ? '-* JBK)% tlfiS AND COFFEE. ^H1| MEALS AT AI.L HOURS. I f 'MRS. &EATTI1, | (OpiH-vilt- (lio W^afoag Star Office) -fenow prepared; to cater in tlio above ; Jp3|ines, sua trtists to receive a abate of i .-^Wic patroiiage.: RE ID, '.'ill': ?'. ? ? (un of tabs), I^IJEEN-CTRinBT, BARMEDMAN, .J'S§ r (Next MtllwnriK Club Hot-1), ^'JJEG-S to aftnouncc to tho Residents of ^Jp, Bnnuedtoan. Wyalong, and District, |pt|Uithe TrajreUing SFoblw g«neraH,y. .that SHM bi-s purc!iaRcd the business hitherto Siqwrrieil ou by ... | J.#l. MAHER, j.'ind hopes, \\y 8t rict.atteut ion to business, i.JbiriUfcy, nnd imxbnktD charjjes, to receive filjid' u-e it tho support accorded- to his ^pZvdBCHer&Or.' r ,f ' t If. Horsesho^ a Speciality. I &gr All Hnda-^WgiRnnairs to Vnhicles, I lnipl«uieiiw, ifw^»eryjj-*cii effected at f ?eLorteat not...
DAY AND NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894
DAT AND NIGHT. is ihe Father s*»m, who says to his 8 . ' children, * Up 1 ffSGfoand lAyjloing with might the yrork that feaaEr ! i^'to-be-ii»u^. Shere must be focd, ye know, in the plqte , ? and drink iu the cup. |_6tir, ye sluggards, and haste, foreventhe ji weary m-ist run ; Fetch andoany and build and reap and v' i' , brew and bake. '? .?????? ttBl eveiy muscle and sinew and boas in your C- bodies Shall ach^..j, |Jo use to ory fop rest from your labors, for f_-' vajn ia the plea ~ ,1 know what is best -for you all, there utmll ' none of you idlers be.' Night is the tender Mother who calls the children E rime, . Calls them ia froui tliGir labor, calls them , . in to t heir rest ; Folds hor arms about thetn, as weary and aad ? ??? * they oume, PUlows tfeif aching heads on her jsoft iUV :i: . v niSteniat breast. r .-.;? Lets them weep a little if the work has been J T too hard, j;; Whispers a word of comfort about the' work's . ; reward, ?? ^ralB^hetn tho wonderful fairy tales which...