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HOW TO CARE FOR SPONGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

HOW TO CARE FOR SPONGES. Nothing in the bathroom should be so carefully looked after as the sponge. That but little consideration is given to it is daily shown in tho forlorn and neglected appearance of this very necessary, arijunot to cleanliness. ^Instead of being left to dry in the sponge basket; it is as a rule. dronped -town in some corner and allowed to soak, er given -a-one- ' sided chauoe on the sill ont side the room. It is simply useless to expect to keep your sponges in a sweet an-1 wholesome condition so long -as they are treated in this manner. In the firet plaoe, they must not .only-.be thoroughly washed, but in order to prevent their becoming foul, each part of the sponge should be exposei to the air. Fat-tidious women see to it that this toilet article is each week cleansed by dropping it into water in which a large lump of soda has been dis solved, afterwards boiling it for an hour, when it is rinsed in cold water end given a sun bath until entirely dry. Always rins...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL NOVEL. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CURLEW. In Days Gone By. INUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

^'©ftGINAU NOVEL, {AiAkRiqhts Kesebvkd.) CTBLEW, 'In Days Gone By. ^ BY HAROLD BBEES lAnthor of ' COLONIAL SOCIETY,' ' RU tTOUKD.) ' ? ' ; the figures ed.descend hey crossed Jy bound to four riders, i; should he i 4ad'*'ln TTuf. hey may be bht on the ^ave chosen i concluding i ? i,e lay at his IS. hastened to i- ' . ' tie. distance I . behind the ? rthan others ded with a 'old remain j 'id observe were close ?mediately ? ' tothede r he whole i.-e.news, Wera?' ? ? ?' - ? at!.' 1 ! .-in.' Bora . /« get ?''* - ' '? '^udge, ' ' ' * .'tCjmgjca - ' ' '' -ffr ' (rtdtter... ^SGd'before went to, fuldhissus ? 'I:*'' f ;'- . ?' ».? a. i bad ife 'j&*M ? - : ' ;p^rted, s , , , , . ? Ae eoon as tbe two latter were out tirAear ing and disappeared in - the winding txacV,' Curlew turned his horae, for 'ttie Hanging Rodk/ where he duly arrived. , ; By good fortune, Bofa Bora' had not gone out that day. He was sitting under the over hanging branohes'of the ti-tree, in front of the rock. 1 Motn...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIGHT IN A SICK ROOM 18 VERY NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

LIGHT IN A S 'CK ROOM IS VERY NECESSARY. There iB nothing really so depressing to an invslid as a dark room;. it is as if the at tendants were anticipating the death of the patient ; aud if the reason of it be asked the answer iB as inconsistent as tbe act. The reason usually offered is that the patient can not bear the light, as though the ligut could not be cut off from the patient by a curtain or screen, and as though, to darken one part of the room, it were nesossary to darken the whole of it. The real reason is an old super stitious practice, which once prevailed so intensely that the siok, suffering from most terrible diseases — smallpox, for instance — 1 were shut up in darkness, and their be^s sur- rounded with red ourtains during their whole, illness. A more injurious practice really could not be maintained than that of insist ing ou darkness in siok rooms; It is not only that dirt and disorder are the results of dark ness, but a great remedy -sunlight— is lost, and that lo...

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

Tourist. IN A SUGAR ORCHARD. There -are very few people outside the status of Vermont and New. Hampshire that have more than a vague idea of how maple sugar is made, notwithstanding the many attempts to explain it. satisfactorily in geo graphies, etc. One must either see the pro cess, or very good photograpQM ot it, to get a ' good idea of how these little cakes of maple sugar we see in fruit and candy .stores are made. Even the government officials at Washing toe are about forty years behind the times. On a sugar making license dated Janu«ry 6, 1894, which the writer saw the other day, there was engraved in one corner a scene among the susrar canes of Louisiana, and in the other corner was represented the gather ing of sap from the maple trees of Vermont. The maple tree scene showed tbe sturdy Vermont fanners gathering the s;ip from the trees in buckets carried on the ends of a yoke thrown across tbe shoulders. There arepro bably not over fifty yokes in constant use to day in the w...

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

CREAM TOMATO SOUP. Boil one quart of water with a can of to- I matoos, two large potatoes minced fine, two onions also minoed, a teaspoonful of sugar, and a few sprigs of paisley. When the po tatoes are done,' finish the seasoning to taste, ' and add at once a quart of boiling milk.

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

Vanity Fair. A FRENCH DINNER. A. French woman not only buys the materials for dinner but she also helps to cook the viands. She knows that servants are careless and wasteful with charcoal, so she measures a certain quantity and knows e . actly how much ought to be used in pre paring the meal. A French women may be a lady, renned, elegant, and a bell m society, yet she d^es not think it beneath her dignity to light in the household expenses by practical economy. The dinner of a French family is cheap a-.id simple. There is always soup, generally two vegetables dressed and eaten separately, and sometimes a sweet dish or a little cheap , fruit. | The cheapest dinner is always artistioally arranged, but there is so much science in j their cooking that a ousual observer will j often imagine that the French people are gourmands. Of course that is a mistake. The great aim is to save, and any sacrifice that will lead to this result is cheerfully un dertaken. E. Wheeler.

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

RICE AND TOMATOES. Iry two minced onions in a tablespoonful of butter until turning rather yellow ; turn in a pint of tomatoes and stew fifteen min utes, seasoning as for the table. Butter a baking dish, pour in the tomatoes and two oups of boiled rioe, cold or hot ; mix with a fork, dot with bits of butter and bake one hour; cover for half that time, then un cover and allow them to brown.

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

DAME FASHION. It is rumored that overskirts will be popu lar, and it is also stated authoritatively that panniers will be revived. Skirt drapery, when artistically arranged, is very effective but when bunched into un- I sightly humps at the sides and baok, gives to the most elegant garment an appearance that is decidly grotesque. Short, full, pan niers are particularly becoming to slender figures, and will aid materially in produoing the dainty effect so desirable in summer^gar ments. Camel's hair and hop-sacking are favor ite fabrics for spring and early summer wear. . Full-skirted jackets are fashionable, but ladies who intend to make the outside gar ment do duty for two seasons will find it to their interest to adopt a more moderate style. Jet trimming is still fashionable, but it is far better to use satin, silk or velvet for trimming . garments than to invest hard earned;inoliey in any of the cheap imita,ti)iin8 ^iich'.flood Jhe market ,-. ... '??*? - ^ J?rett», :aprons are fin...

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

EMPLOYMENT FOR WOMEN. ;V Less than Irwo years' -igo' a lady suddenly 'thrown .upon her own resources, looked about her* to 'dUooVer something whioh the could :do better th^n others ; lor she recog nized tlie necessity of beinjjf an expert at whatever was.'to bring her4&a living, made buautiful lampshade* and thought she mignt oe aoie to nnd easterners for tbeca. She did not go to friends, nor to any agenoy, but to a dealer in lamps, showed him her work and asked him for ordere.1 TTn gavfe her some and was well pleased at the man-*~ ner they were executed. He encouraged her to branoh out, to be original to give full scope to her taste regardless of any popu lar iftodel. To-day she employs .. ctt young la4y!«8SiBtarits \rtio work ondtr1ier'diie-itiSit she putting the finishing touches to every .shade ; and.her latest cveatioo is so beantiful: that ho lamp oould be found worthy of 'such' an adornment, and the firm have ordered one to 'be 'destghed especially for it. More than o...

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

ENGLISH FASHION LETTER. The tie has come to stay. ' Nearly every I woman you meet wears one, whether it be a I ruffle or a chiffcn trimly swathed round the throat, or a gigantic erection of the Empire sash tribe, fastened in a voluminous bow at the chin, with its long lace -finished ends hanging straight to the fnet. This last re quires a p-ood deal of what polite people call chic, though if you pronounce it a I Anglaist, and call it chee^, you will not be far out. Then again, if you do not care for too much iluffiness, you fall back on tlie vest, though the masculine austerity of this , and the neatly folded stock-cravat that' finishes it, may be much modified by substituting moire for the conventional horsesloth, and covering the substitute plain'.y with Irish lace. I saw a pretty dress of this kind made Of { a fine black twill with. a plain vest of light blue moire, overlaid with a shaped piece of Cd'rickmacross 1-ice, which was just as trim and womanlike as couid be, and yet ent...

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 WOMEN PHYSICIANS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Far and Near ? rm— WOMEN PHYSICIANS IN RUS3IA. There are 700 women practising medicine in the Russian umpire, and. a new school of medicine for women has jiut been started in St. Petersbimbi '^th a four years' course of study .- ' SS)' thie Support of this school the State Mnt^bu(^:Vail,nuaUy IS, 000: roubles, j andfrwrn We '^ i^nrM years service in the .hoipnt^ foi^i^en and children is expected ^bf dMstiudentis before they present themselves for final examination.

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

PERPETUAL THUNDER AND ? ' ' LIGHTNING. The phenomenon known as lightning followed by a rolling, reverberating report recognized as thunder, is common to a wide zone of the earth, but it is not generally known that there are localities where the vivii flashes and the deafening peal-- are incessant. . The most notable of these con tinuous lightning districts is on the eastern coast of the island of San Domingo, a leading member of the group of the West Indies. It is not meant that the- lightning is. here continuous the year round, but that, with the commencement of the rainy season, comes this zig-zag feature of eleotric illumination, which is then continuous day and night for weeks. The storm centre is not continuously local, bnt shifts over a considerable area, and, as thunder is seldom heard over a greater distance than eight miles, and tbe lightning in tbe night will illuminate so as to be seen tnirty miles, tnnre may oe days in some localities where the twinkle on the sly is in a...

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

(r THE GREAT SUN SPOT. The great snn-Fpot seen in the latter part of February first appeared in the south-eaBt quadrant on Eebruary 19tb, .and was remark able for its large penumbra and the scattered character of its umbra. - A distinct nuoleus waB also ouserved. It attained ite maximum on February 20th, when its area was 1,870,0 0,000 square miles -that is to sav, less than the area of tlie sun-spot of Febru ary, 1892. On that day the Greenwich magnetometers showed -considerable pertur bation^ in the earth's magnetism The magnetic storm began at St/15 p in., and lasted 27 hours. After a lull of 24 hours, another magnetic storm took plaoe, which attained a maximum at 3 p.m. on February 23rd. These storms seem to have occurred before the sun-spot passed the central meri dian of the luminary, whereas, in February, 1892, the violent 'magnetic storms oocurred after the spot had passed the meridian.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Housewife's Column. HOW TO MAKE COMMON SOAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

? Housewife's Colqma; .X'' \ ? ? ? r ' ' . V wM;l!Q -IMJCE jOOMMON SOAP ; ftij p|naas«f fat into «^i'] Tseven|x-tiBds;*f ? ^ansticBoda:- Jieoessaiy . Only spring er rivfr water ahould -be nsed. Some u«e a lyaof the .same Btrfngth, others iiommence witha weak lye. .Fintt ,put yonr fat in tbe pan.' and then add stout half your baustic soda to 'Jis rauoh water as Will cover the. fat. Aa'ihe boiling continues add your lye.by degrees. Whcn thp whole is trans-. formed into a clear liquid l in which neither lye nor fat can be; discovered, Aiid /the paste no'longer dro^ from your stimng-rod, but slides down in long threads, the process is completed. Pour it into frames, and in a day or two it maybe cut up.

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

HE BURNED A DIAMOND. . How would you like .to burn a two-carat diamond merely for the sake of demonstrating a fact in science F ' Professor Hemy Miles George, of London, who is -visiting friends i&New York, did thait veiy thing two years ^ e talked about it a* follows : did was' not a new exnerimehti' saidTiBb^saorj 'ftnd was made, at the reqnest^^^kyealthy young countryman of minB,-irib^^^H^ .lhathe was born to be p scientist. ^PPpner he was or not is neither, here nor there.' -His first experiment wss costly. ; ? '? '' ''v'- He wanted to satisfy himself - that the 1 diamond possessed an infondMMQ^ality and that after being burned it left nosesU due:,' We'iburned the stone in my jaboratory, and to the young inan's^ oomplete satisfap tion. ? After it was consumed there was absolutely . no ash. The oombostion . was complete, and an absolute, although expen sive, proof that the diamond oonsixts of^are -carbon. ? a ' The inflammability of the diamond,!' con tinued Professor Geo...

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

CLEAN YOUR COPPER BOILER THUS: Get half a pound of potash and put it into a vessel, then pour one quart of boiling water . over it. This done, allow, it to soak for half an hour. Then get a good ha d scrubbing brush and dip it into the potash ; rub well round the sides of the boiler, let it soak for a few moments, then scrub agiain. Be careful not to nip the fingers in the chemical, because it may burn them. After tbe boiler is thor oughly scrubbed with potash, rose with plenty of warm water.

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

EXCELLENT CHILDREN'S 1WTEAT PUDDING. , Make a paste of half a pound of flour, and four ounces, of shredded suet, a pinch of salt, and a gill of cold water. Roll out the patte rather larger one way: than the other, and half an inch thick ; spread on the orust half a pound of raw beef minoed fine, pepper and Rnlf. HnH if ATimviv*fl. an rmirm tviiloit fnt- a minute or two, finely miuced. Roll the pud ding up neatly and tightly in the form of a bolster, taking care the meat is well kept in. Wet the edges of the crust and pre*s well together. Tie the pndding iu u fioured doth and put in a saucepan with sufficient boiling water to cover it. Boil gently for an hour and a half : serve with gravy in a sauce-boat. This pudding with a little stewed fruit to follow, makes a most nourishing and whole some dinner for children.

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

VAUDEVILLE. ^auSeviile is a corruption of Vaux de Vire, the name of two pioturesque valleys in the Booagie of Normandy, and was otiginally ap plied to a song -with words relating to some story of the' day* These Bonsrs ,'wore coiii posed by Oliver Besselin, of Vire; they wen veiy jxtpular, and spread all over France and were called by the name of their native.place, . LelyVaux de Vire. As the origin of ' the , 'tSr&'wak eoon lodt sight bf, it at last took Its ?. present form.

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

INDIARUBBER PLANTS Ta a room. ihdiarnbber ; plantB, 'grt(wyery ; slowly, and keep thM; leavoB.a pniportion-v iatdv long ;£me. 'ISuy^nast; he allowiia. a' B^od; spimgingr-.onoe a ttbeki and^ niil4' daji may he talren out of . idbon, : OTrihged, aI16wed%-atB«^l ihjl, toMjatt'tnfyr : [?] above, they should not be to .-mb j iii sour water. 'Ihe two dangers 'for rool plants are getting dust-dry and beirifcleft a a sour slush. If only people would their plants regularly, refrain from waterif when the Boil is thoroug-hly moist, and i careful to see that pans or ornamental jsl are not allowed to get full of stagnant watq we 'should not hear of so many disappoint ments and failures on the part of amateurs.!

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOOKS DO NOT MAKE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 22 June 1894

BOOKS DO NOT MAKE ' Masses of acoorate knowledge axisted in the world, before book* 'firjrti-. iriffru the older triumphs of architecture and hjtiraulios, — and much of it was handed on frerfljener*-' tion to geMtatipn, $s the secrcbs oftjfarming and cattle-Seeding are^now,. witcrat any writing at all. TDven knowlMge, ihefcfore, does not belong -only to the men logbooks, who, in all {departments, rather preserve than oreateit, while efficiency seems -lmoet tb be long to those who study little. There are exoeptions, of course, Mke Mr. Gladstone, who reads everything ; bat away over mankind hasnOt fceWgud.priniSp^lly.to. readers, and hae not in£ceqjji»ntly ttlanged,, to men who despised books, j^ding in themv selves and their ekperienoe, or,-in A few oases, in theit oarni genius,' better guidss.— Iio&dbn Spectator. . . j

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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