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THE SIXTH SENCE—'POISE.' [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
.TBF SIXTH 8SSN8K— -'POUSE.' j ' : Dr; Gddon Stables, BJ^., ; wiiting.in the : new -nuaber' of the ^Tpang atrntiewamsn,') jwe are . said 4o ,poaaeai five, senses; : But without any iefeiwu^ tb the tixm sense . ihatSootsmcin lay. flaimjn ? ?WMnslT,' oommmi sew-^I h^ve we^/have the half^dozen. ' Tlds inxth^M^ whit^ I^aU poU& bw.ao' ftjaWmsMp 'to \ any of the bther five, and fsems tot ende-inue nsrvoos fAd muscular ; system * msrslly. It is more hirfily de- 1 velilped 3^aslly in eoine thin inhere, eri ' % ^ ^ . itmay be cvitivat^. . Msiny men /oan tell youthe weight' df thing* they axe'-osed'to handle within :--^ew onHoes, even if Mind- - folded. A grpMr wiU teU you the ^dght of achsese, a blaokamtth.of ahammer, andsp on. Batthissenae poise -isusefnlinmany other ways simply jthe judging at. wmghts. It mlV' tell ns ;exawy what we are fit for in -h«; matter of apis rsqniring' strengtii ; it may , tell us ,hoiy far we oaa leap. £» jumping from piece to yieoe of ioa, or from berg t...
Tourist. A POOR MAN'S PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
Tonrisf. A POOB MAN'S PARADISE. Japan is doing all she can to keep silver in the air. She has to pay for the goods she imports from America is gold, and the silver question is a far more important one hero than it has ever been in the United States. The country is now on a silver basis, and there is sure to be a general rise in the prices of everything. At the present writing the exchange ia eoincr un everv day. and a sold dollar in Tokyo looks as big as the oover of a Japanese umbrella. Suoh foreigners as are here who get their incomes from America are rich through the fall of silver, and they now get two dollars for everyone that is sent oat to them from home I made out a draft of filOO on my New Tork letter of oredit at the bank this morning and got 208 for it, and the money I have brought with me has doubled in value. This makes travelling comparatively cheap, and though I bave been paying four dollars a day at the Grand totel in Tokobama, it really cost me only two. Clothing he...
HEALTH DEPENDS ON THE COOK [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
HEALTH DEPENDS ON THE COOK . Cooking is in reality a partial digestion of food previous to its introduction into . the stomach. It is employod by man alone,' and . distinguishes him from all- other creatures. . Many artioles used as food are euttrely in -digestible in a raw. state. Some of the most nourishing of them are actually harmful if: eaten nnoooked. . ? Cooking, to be esteemed a science, mast be pnrformedin such a way as to render the * . ? a ? a.1 ? ; ? Ai ? ? -Ail— j: ? ^4-IUT-.' raw; proaucu oi.we qwium -aaauy as -possible. By virtue off 4suoh preparatioii the fcytteia is suppiei with the -greatest amount of nourishmaht for the least , ex penditure of vital ^ energy in the various pro. cesses of the digestive ohemistry. = v . -But good cooking muBt .not only^ render food digestible ; tt must make, it at the same time paletabis. Every pbyaiMan vebognizes th6 neoessity of furnishing H convalescing patient with food that ' tastes good.' The degzeeof haafth enjoyefby the fami...
AGRICULTURAL INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
AGRICULTURAL ISVENTION8. The spade wied by the Soman peasants during the empire was a wraden instrument tipped with iron. ' ; / ' The wheelel ploii^h'was known in ancient Italy, and appears jrn taany Roman coins and inspripiioiui; . Eatly. NpW .^ealand epades have been foundj iipped 'with' jade or other stone, to giirea gwd^iggingpoint. Pliny'^fso'ribes araiper in use in his time iyhinh galhered flie hauls of the grain, leav ing onl^^he straw still standing. The. mold-board was first plaeed on a plough ini Gaul. At first two mold-boards ^erplused to throw the earth both right and ^ ?left: ? . .The airliest spade-shaped instrument is found in the Egyptian monuments; it is a /Jtick with the point flattened and broadened.
USES FOR SODA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
USE3 FOR SODA. Tinware may be brightened by dipping a damp cloth m common soda and rubbing ; well. , Strong, tepid soda water will make glass very brilliant, then rinse in cold water, wipe' dry with linen oloth. Ceilings that have become smoked by j Kerosene lamps may w uiwumi uy wtuuuug .. off with soda water. Very hot soda in solution, applied with a soft flannel, will remove paint splashes.' Use soda in water to clean paint .and glass in stead of soap';. For deauing oil punt before repainting .'use'2 ounces of'soda dissolved in a quart of hot waxier, then rinse off with clear water. '
A DETECTIVE'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
A DETECTIVE'S ADVICE. :'Go smash a store window, throw a stone Jhjnpugh a street lamp, knock a man down, or commit any petty crime to net locked Bp? * That was the advice one of the leading de tectives of the city gave a reporter when be asked the best method of. imping out of the city detectives after having committed a. 'The station house is the last plaoe they would look for you,' he continued, 'and larely not m prison.' Tlus fact was w?9lt illustrated by the ex haustive seanh made by the offioers a short time ago for a ' Veil-known criminal, who , was afterwards accidentally discovered in f priBon, . where he had been eeut by a magis- 1 ttate on a trivial charge. ?
Scientific Notes. VANISHING INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
Scientific Notes. VANISHING INK. There are various kinds of invisible inks but here is a method of making ink wiiioh can be wiped off a sheet of paper witha pocket handkerchief without leaving a trace. Dissolve, some stai-ch in water until it is as thick as cream. Then add to it a few drops of tincture of iodine, which will turn tne starch' to a dark'red color, Now take a pen and write with this prepared ink upon a sheet of note paper. Tne ink will dry right away after whioh yon may erase the wbele of your letter by amply wipiug the sheet with a pocket handkerchief. It will dis appear as easily as chalk from an ordinary blackboard.
PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
PRODUCE. To produce from one aore as mueh as is usually obtained from two acres will save the expense or . cost of one acre, which is a saving of just one half. It as much time and labor is expended on one acre as is usually .given to two aorta, and as much had from the one aore as from two acres, there is still saving of the cost of bne nan oi ine iana : out, it Dy tne adoption of true methods for a term of years the labor to cultivate the one acre is lessened each year, the eoonomy of reducing the area is still greater. Can this be done —can one acre be so cul tivated as so produce as mnch a« is usually obtained from twb acres P It hat been demonstrated that not only can the yield be doubled, but that it has been increased five ani ten fold — 1,000 bushel* of potatoes have been grown on one acre ; 25i bushels of ooro have been produced from ^n aore the average yield of potatoes in the United States for twenty years - past has been less than 100 bushels per acre, and theaverage yie...
THE COMING CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
THE COMING CAMPAIGN^ pj Till! tocsin of war has sounded, and wniTioi-s bold arounitrinff t.lienisolvoi in icH-ii!ii'RS for tlie fr\y. Tbe de nuitid for- fatriofs, wiliinj* t« serve their country bencnth tlie star spangh-fl banner which New Sontli Wales Uiis ad opted as ln-r nntioiml emblem, lian met with 11 readv re I spouse, jind enibiyo miii tym in. their coiintiy's flaiiBC nre rushing ea^erly to ? tlie ' rescde. of a downtrodden lintioii. From north, south, east, and ' west, t.iic .lieioic bund is receiving' I daily ^loceBsipiis, hien of all (?hisses, creeds, and nationalities are ! oravin-f permission to sierifice their personal interests, -and to he allowed the honor and srlory of vigblinp the wrongs which their native or ndopted land is suffering: under, Surely the days of patriotism did nor end ' when Kosciusko fell,' for though the «oun!ry only needs six score cham pions, as many hundreds will re spomi to ilie ctill. Hearts will throb atid brains be fevered, with the ex cite...
IN POTTING PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
V-',' ?- - IN PITTING PLANTS. . .- :No«r, 'fixteing the knl in. all o^emtions at: t^i^ Mttzng u as neoessary as it it in out - a noviod and you will bejbretty «ure tofl^d i him content -widi jort filling In the lotfBs* aoil; Uftyittjg:pai»i and , antar to »ettle ' the Anil abont the roots. . Tf the plant to bp pot ted happens' to be a yoniyj; seedling, pr , a , nevr etrutiki3atting, CJia if yoa irataha gar- j dener perform -the operation of potting,'' you i will sep .'that , -after spreading the roots as mdob as vosaible &e soil is sluiken. among them, ^aird' thenis a dextero»s pPBi-sure of the, thumbs into the soil; when done the soil ' will be found to be firm and solid. 'If the operation .is ? what is oalled repotting, . which i» shiftiuir a plant from a small to a -larger pot. that' sjiaoe between the old ball and the new pot, is filled with new soil, and this soil is well filmed by means of a'bltmt stick pressed down as new soil is added. Many a good plant has been lost...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
MINING. Gokmaj.' and party's main shaft is dowti 140 feet, and stojmig is' pro ceeding regularly and systeniatioally. About 70 tons await the nse of - the battery, and as the party are No. 4 on the list of -b H}*Ag;entetits their torn should soon come. Stone is plentiful, and the quality is such as to justify 1 he . expectation of a mncli larger viptfi tiin 11 tl, e ln_4t.-f*pnnliiii(v mc. The Mopnt Hnxley .bubble Jtas burst at last, and t-he mountain wliich was to yield twenty millions wot-th cf gold has been, found to he a very ordinary' ielnvatioa . indeed. 1 . The originators of the tale of fabulous wealth are hoing prosecuted for drawing the long bow ivjth such a strong arm.- Iti the- early^w:TC» ties - fair talfesregivrdib^jrpinos Aylufth^vt'i'e^ upon thfc%J3iirkoi, v-»ypi?r sorusfimos pretty of them ever .suSi^a-d^gr^e of mend aci ty as°1^^^:eriRed® le^nt ro- dontion of Monnt^fiuxley to public notice. Had the same promoters' little schemes of that period under gome a simi'.ar...
A MELLOW SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
? A MELLOtfV.^QJL. . 't was many iyearsago that the experiment was made of finely pulverizing t^^ coarse gravel of the sterile toil, and' it.was found that the compoflent parts of ^lis gravd, winch before possessed no fertilizing quali ties. now -possessed posittvely enrioMng quality. This experiment has taught an im portant lesson' and has diown the importanoe pf pulverizing the soil of the . garden and form, isvecj cultivator Knows tne great difference between a soil made np of fine in gredients and one of /hard and insoluble masses, but by many this diff-sj-enbels dimlv ' appreciated, especially, by those, irho work hinaVy -soils or strong loame- iields and . gardens are too' frequently semi etioumbered with clods A heavy loBs ia' often sustained by the negleot to redujce the snfls to a state of fine pulverization. A Western farmer asserted that he found £2 benefit 'eaoh day . that he used , it taun in ploughing and har rowing the saOiB field. There isno queitien that Qiose who s...
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
Ic&al anil District IMewjSi MS, A. G. ffuie, the Freetrade ciuiHt date Tor theXaclilan electorate, is^ai% Dounrpri to speak at West Wynlong, raj Saturday (to.niorrow) night. Wx have been requested to point out thnt tlto lianies .aftaidied io Mr. J. ? J. WilliniuS' Tgqnisition, aiid published in our -Inst. 3Rsiie, are additional to those given in Friday's paper. \Yk are infonned lL.it Hiseoeli's Feileral and Speciality Union will opt'll ' n short season in the Victoria Hall, at uli ; early date. The Abbott Sisters, Mrii, Maliel Stauutoii, Jloi-iice Bait, and several other notabilities are to fornl part of the cOrnpaiiy. Particulars will appear in our next. Fok 11 fair sample of mud-plunging, a trip through Main street, West Wya long, should satisfy anybody. If tlie Progress Committee cannot do the work and the Government won't assist in the matter, we think that n canvas of those infeivstcd Mould result in sufKi-ieiit funds being raised to drain the street and thus make the f...
TO UTILIZE BONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
TO UTILIZE BONES. Auy one may, with a 'little trouble, use all the tywiaa mynTrmUfa'ngr^nn* n hfTnapfrfld in either of three ways. . , . 1 Bones put into a well-kept (moistened) manure pile will themselves gradually decay and disappear, enriahiag the manure to that extent. -i ? ? . 2. Raw bones may be bpdily buried in the soil around the trees. If placed - at a: suffi cient depth, beyond the reach of the summer's heat and drought, the rootlets mil duster around each piece and. in the course of a . few years consume it entirely; - But it will not do to baye . these root clusters broken up by cultivation every Beason. 3. Bones may b* packed in nipist wood ashes, best mixed with a little quiodime.the bass kept moist. but never dripping, in a few .months the hardest bones will be re duced to a fine mush,; w-hicb is as effectual as superphosphate. '? lor neither of these processes should the bones be burnt. The burning of - bones is an unqualified detriment to tbair effect iveness.' ? - ...
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
Latest Telegrams. Sydskv, Thursday. Kemp, the Melbourne absconder and Treasury official, has been .sen tenced to five years, with terms of solitary confinement., for embezzle ment of public money. The Land Court yesterday decided that the Married Women's Property Act of 1893 does not abide the pro vision in the Crown Linds Act of 189,9, preventing selection by n wife not separated from her husband. The Chinese steward of the steamer Sultan, lying :it- Freemantle, W.A., has developed symptoms of smallpox, aud the vessel was yesterday ordeied into quarantine. London*, Wednesday. Japanese troops have occupied the capital of Corea, uud taken the Kinjj of Corea prisoner. Anarchists have attempted with dynamite to destroy a bridge at Mont Lueon, in France, Three, hundred - miners perished by the late colliery explosion at. Pontphridd, in Wales. 1 lianksgivi ng sere ices aits ordered for Sunday for the birth of a son to the Duke and L)ucfiess of York. An amendment in favor of re ducing the...
A POINT ON INCUBATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
A POINT ON INCUBATORS. ; At every poultry shqw . incubators are shown bringing forth the most phenomenal hatches, Bom* running as high as 98 per cent, but so far as the general public is con cerned these hatches are frauds of the rank est kind. Two or three incubators are filled with eggs to hatch just in time for the show, and then a few days before the e^gs are to M . sent for, the eggs from all incubators' are moat carefully tested by.an expert and only those selected which are most certain to hatch. These are sent to show in boxes especially for the pur pose, placed in .the incubator seleoted, and hatch out just in time to swindle others into buying incubators, 'in the firm belief that 98 per cent of the eggs started with can be hatched. When you hear of a hatch of 300 chickens, yoa can safely decide that these 300 were pbtained from -460 to 550 eggs, or more, according to the season oi the year. -
The Democratic Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
The Democratic Social. I rCo.VTRI BrTEDl Wyaloso West is fast milking into a position of prominence despite tlie arbi I triirv action of certain officials dooming | it to i-ompaiativc insignificance or secon dary importance, and it is here — and not | in the New Town — that mist if not all | the social and political affairs of any ccm-eqiiPiice eventuate. One especially noticeable instance of this was the Democratic Social held in the Victoria Theatre the 01 her night and outlined briefly in j'onr last issue. Being the delinquent referred to in the course of your remarks thereon who fuilod to hand in a report ere yon went to press, I would draw the attention of the much tried editor to the old nduge, 'Better late than never,' and ask him to insert in the next Mai' the following tardy account of what was really the most uioroiiumy successiui ana cnjoyuoie evening's amusement which Wyalong lias known. The Democratic Club I may say, by way of preface, has sprung into existence within q...
AN ECCENTRIC PHYSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894
AN ECOENmC PHTSI6IAN. . The Russian empenors physioian, frof. Zakharin, is. famous -fin his eccentricities. When he is called in t* attend a patient* special arrangements must be made in tha house — all dogs must be kept out of sight, all clicks must be stopped, Kaa^ all doou have to be -thrown wide open; The pro fessor, oh entering, goes through a process of progressive undressing, leaving his fun in- the nail, his overcoat ia the naxt room, his golosh** in the -thud, his hat inthe fourth eto. He insists fen perfect silence on ihe wit of theafflioted relatives, except in reply fo'his questions, wben their speeoh most be literally 'yes* and 'nay.' His maxim is 'Take a rest befora you are tired.;' aad, accordingly, when ascending* *taireca*e,he jitavdown every ax or nm steps. His eboentricities, howevOr, bets* at the badside of his patiait. Thera he ia corteouS' Biid painstaking. Sosuoosssfol has his piagjioe h^eu . - that he is worth . ebea uppb