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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

I'lWfereliniit, &'N ,«i, --?' '. &!' VpmmeikfQ Business- willra ?SiiTri'iflirt 'Sioi-k 'df F Ali M PfiO- . :? ,' 'ijiiil 'ijs detoWifried. -« msiliV ? .'ftiH'f «'l J F ' aitf! LOW PRICES Jiiw'TVi^e.* 4.- .,'3'' '' ? ; ? t .to' iirforuv t*ho .ptflilW' of* TeinSra m-3 district 'tliat tliej' are 'still' ri»rry . j liunlness in the above line'/ 'and by fcBepirig:,tTic hfest.of' Beef «.nd a to merit a share of 'srfpiJftrt. . dcrS'projupHy attended' to. Hotels ; ,:abdl families-supplied. and ' Ow^V ' 'A|/8««ts and -Agents.., for f s;Goi.Bmkoc6H Mo'rt^iCo. (IiTn.-) Mk-FDWI ? B«ftlTSIBB6.-;.r o , - fas JiEBWEIfT & JP\Ef- Abs'P B ?5tflfCfl.Co. -6f S*BSRV. ' ID BOARD JUBSTfNtJS at Forbes, - Purkes. Cott^MKiio, (ji^nfeU, Darida--; : fci-aJediiiSSu a nil 'iLiiud. Courts at ? ret.or.SydjMij atteMud1 J-y our- Mi-, ipsin. .. . ? . ' ..;'. ? ;? ? ? jjities; Iskjiis,- flftd^'ranow- ihayLbe tlniffugli ? us to MeSs rs . Gowjr - & ' C^: (MwitodJj.iind k^j^UiM^'JVSUOKir. ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

pm PvaJ^hies Si! GUAEANTEED TO - 'GIVE l\ ^3 VUEY SATISPACTION, OTHEE SPISE Wfiili BE EXCHANGED. Send Pjti-*rjiist. illnstrated. post free. ^SfSSEORQE: STBEETj' SYOHEY, 'I Qgposate t,fie Hallway Station, .Sydney, OA 5 The UnrivBlled kst- ^ S)f\ ifcvrS . (:iSSS W%TOH. A i }u\js. 1. Strong, Reliable Watch. J»0 '1 A - English Lever, f all- jewel - 3!^-M lv S. i. led, 2 years' guarantee. JPSJ '1 A J My unequalled English -1-'S. ^ Iiever, patent action, 3 'i_ $ years' guarantee. 13H ^ My special Key or Keyless Lever, ^^17 (.compensation balance, patent nc ;; , tion, 3 years' gnanvntee. ' 'j Pirst-class Key or Keylese - 'i ? Lever, full covered cap. i , ' ' patent, band finished, 4 years' f\ - guarantee. i First-class Key or Keyless Eng. _,? . ? lisli Lever, compensation balance, rtjUj't full covered cup, band finished, 5 j| 4 years' gniirantee. j The AOME English Lever, full k- yf ; clircnometrr balance, adjusted, 15 p'.Ui-uby jewels, n correct 1 iuie-Vecper, G ^v^yefn's' gttaiuntee. irp...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE WORKERS OF WYALONG (Per fever the Wylong Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

TO THE WOBKEUSOF W¥4Jl&j ( Pcrfaear Itte WgaluHff *-/«|rj(a Fbliotw WrtBKKHo,— Tlie eccen t® tie*, of an individual -named lty ^ conjunction with tliii man fr n g where — who are evidently but 4! u ft paws for other* — is my exenso f. ic dressing. Jon --ji tlic present c i'; ®rrasifm^-t«' expose mid reft if ifi , (fastrtrdfy attempt to vilif* tlic cl ® [ ... ? —... ? iti: .. ... ... 'c holding xeut* an tiio Progress Cj-i t lee, and who were honorably jp] y t hereto by I lioir fi-How-citizcn*, g deiitly will) the sole* ripn- of *p] 3, the worker's vote. Tlicsc indiri d sent tlic bellmnu ronud ostniisfb r call a meeting to bear address** t tli cm on mutter* local, of vital In ^ nnce, bur everyone knew that wlm n bellman should knve notified ' Itoll up, T«il I up, to attend tli^p I.1 execiiliou of tin' Progress Coillm^ which will tak« place immediately tlic niceiing, when lite p'lblic.e i tioner, K.rnn, wjll curry out the fvt ^ penalties nf the law on tlic conic 1 Committeemen....

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PADEREWSKI'S DAILY [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

PADEREWSKI'S DA1LT j] Paderewski knows Shakespeare to cover. He has a beautiful homi though his family consists only t who is 13 years old. Of this boy he ately fond. He does not, however , home with his tutor. Paderen cancels an agreement except throu | illness. Among those who have neoted with bim in a business capai ewski's word is as good as his 1 mail is generally of enormous p A large proportion of it consists - etters.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RARE JEWELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

RARE JEWELS. i The Empress Elizabeth of Ai! sesseg a collection of jewels pro, passed only by that of the 5 Russia. Besides the family gems, passed on from one empress to .the are preserved in the imperial tre! empress possesses a collection of jej have been presented to her by and by foreign princes, valued at or 6,000,000 marks. The collet catalogued and value estimated - years ago, on operation which too to accomplish. The most beaut 1; ornaments is a necklace of threh peaxls, which the empress received .s emperor after the birth of the Cr Budolph. These were at that t mated at 75,000 gulden. Now worth 300,000 gulden, as the p-ai ia Ceylon and Malabar are steadily .:i The empress Elizabeth no ionger all tlie jewels she had in 18C ' of them rave been presented to her r and friends. .1

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORS BENEFICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

MOBS BENEFICE. I. Give me to die unwittng of the day . And stricken in Life's braveheat, with senses )f'- ? dear;' ,' Ket swathed and eouched until the lines ap pea x Of Death's wan. mask upon th s withering ' clay, . / Tluta* thai; nld imn Alnnnimt WhuIa wav j .'From airth, a nation's conclave hashed -i vataear;-. 1 ' 'Or as the chittf whose fates, that he .may ' hear ? The viotory, one glorious moment stay. - - ? Or, if oot thus, then with no civ in vain, No ministrant beside to ward and weep, Hand upon hekn I would my quittance gain In some wild turmoil of the waters deep, And rink content into a dreamless sleep - _ (Spared grave and - shrou.) below 'the an cient main. :?- : : . —Edward Clarence Stedman.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agriculturalist. SOOT FOR GRADENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

Agriculturalist, SOOT FOE GAEDENS. j Soot is not used in gardens half as much as it should be. In some respects it is better than any kind of artificial manure, inasmuch as it not only enriches the soil bat destroy many sorts of insects, a very important mat-, ter and a great gain. It may be dug into hitehen-giuden -ground with much advan tage, and it may also be mixed with soil for' tjottinr themaioritv of nlants. There is no crop in the Idtchen garden that is not benefited by soot and in soil for onions, car rots and all kinds of roots it is excellent, it is not, however, lasting in its effects. Any dug into the soil now would qe qaite gone by next year, bat it is cheap and easily ob tained, and may be pat on in quantity annually. — Farm and Home. j

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, —OR— In Days Gone By. CHAPTER VII. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

/ORIGINAL NOVEL . — - ? :o: ? _ ' ' (All Rights Resehvkd.) I CURLEW, In Days Gone By. - ,;/;bt3aboii) bbels. r AuthOTof' COLONIAL SOCIETY ' 'RU , BAL NOTES,' &o. CHAPTER Vir. (CoNnNxnu).). I ' We must be on the grass again ' Bora Bora said. ' And further - ff the track ; be cause' the whitefeller may turn his yarra man.' 'Tes, let us follow them,' Eowani re t lied. 'It's funny Master Rudolph . should be riding with these men, to nowhere, that we can think of.' 'I think .they, are bad , men,' Bora Bora . a. (uA'imnaf '«1a Am 9 muix y ; wupre wiey koto. : Bora B0ra know them again P' Eowani asked. 'Tes, each of them,' Bora. Borasaid ;- las -well as the little ant knows | ^jfermatei. .Besides, Eowani don't we hate. Sy-fiewjiitefeilow for robbing us' ai our iiunt '? 'ing grounds P We may yet, some day, be revenged on the white dingoes.' ' Ah ! the great chief Bora Bora, has the wisdoms! the hawk,.aijd the courage of 'tha. franWn kangaroo/- Eowanj said. *? I alsa tel&e-H'...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON FASHION LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

^LONDON FASHION LETTER. A pretty fair idea of the coming modes, may ba supplied by Lfttresses at the new play at t^e Haymarket. ; 'He Charlatan,' is under 'the. eye of Mr. JBeerbohm Tree, all the details, much m we the ' drosses, receive the most minute attention. For instance, here are two of the 'dresses worn by USss Eing ston/Who reprteents a Russian lady, of some Aaxtiltnlir Itnl- nf ' □nimpeaohable taste. - ' . The first is of a rather pale heliotrope oloth, with a trained skii-t edged with beaver fur. and open in front, with r.ther : widerilk reyers, oviw a laoe-trimmed Bjcirt. (Rie bodice is. tight-fitting, -. trimmed witb'a sort of sash of. lemon-cufored eilk fastened on ^ abpnldcw, erasing in the front and tied, ronnd the -yndst with a rather large bow g nd kmg ends; - 'Over this, is worn a for Bdged Spnave^rf -satm to matoh the dress. Itis oostume is a fair, 'though, so far, rather un commen -specimen of the taste, of the day, whioh ? rims greatly, to mixtures, ' both in o...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Miscellaneous. BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

Miscellaneous, . BEAUTT. A. characteristic aohool of the day define* beauty as perfected utility — not that the idea is modern. Its professors _ condemn the ' Lion Court ' of the Alhambra because those exquisite pillars which- surrounded it do not earn an honest livelihood, so to speak, by ?nnnnrfino ^nv. VAiahf. in nflvfi/tnlnii flA. crates burlesqued thesft atmers of taste. I When his feUow-ffu&jtB apoke with esthoci' asm ef the comeliness of a youth named Critobulus, hs demonstrated that his own Sileuus face was mora truly beautiful than that of the huadsomest man in Athens. Those protruding eyes whioh the vulgar mocked had a wider range of vision — they could see round a corner. The flat nose with open nostrils was a better organ for smelling than the straight and chiselled feature of Critobulus. His vast mouth would hold more food, and hie big teeth would dispatch it quicker than a more graceful apparatus ; whilu his huge stomach defied iadigestion. Therefore he claimed...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

NOVELS. The revival of the historical novel is not tbe least significant faot amongst the liter ary characteristics of the period. Educated people , are 'beginning to turn away with a weariness which is trnt untouched with' dis- , gust, from the morbid analysis of character «uu. uiutLvo, uic ua uuuui in 1 and morale, and -the loose cynical society talk I whioh make up so muoh of modern sensa- J tional fietion. We have had enough, and more thaa enough, of the revolt of the daughters before mariage, as well as of the discussion of their subsequent disillusionmest. j it is a relief to pass from such books with j their bitter atmosphere, crude and vulgar audacity of statement, and diseased vanity, j to that charmed realm in which history re peats herself, aud borrows a few plumes for her adornment from the fairy realm of j romaaoe. — Spectator.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUNDABOUT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

ROUNDABOUT XlE\VS. The chenpest advertisement of the day. 'Aspire to be a Parliamoiitary represeiitative,. One -w*U»r likens Sif* Gwnve Dibbs to an itidittrubber ball—befause he muidioimOe well. : m.. :»# . . Im«' impreKsiun on the Sydney public. . All the upstair private hnrs are closed — pro. ten i. Waiting for the clouds to roll by. ? IiitereKt. in the Barrabu murder is very hike warm outside the T»m worth district, and comment, is short and sharp,, /ok) fnfnre . political situation is being fully. discussed by candidates ill- tl » e pvint:i pal hotel burs of Sydney.' 'Sampson says ho will say.* he will change bis.uaiuu if lie does not prove to be tho strongest, man tor Marrick ville. 1 ' . Sir George Dibbs and Mr. See will speak at. Tam worth «-n Monday night. T«»ohey is watching them. The big tire which -occurred at Teager's l'yrmont Wharf was cansed by'incondiurisiiit Culpi-it. 'unknown. , v. The Scram biers' Hest' will be the sign -if the liuvr hotel near Par imnient House. :...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vanity Fair. COSMETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

[?] ...' COSMETICS. - . ' Thefinest of those cosmetics ^ for warding i wrinldes is water. ' The piaotioe of ex- j perienoed beantiee is -to wash thfi &oe well at ] iii^tow^^oap and hot 'wato', tindng with \ mum dunask tow^L ! toe merest^ tjw^.vf W wry, tafihed, olekn pomade, . -i^bi^is^rotkedinto wrinldia and folds-rf t^^ andiMik witfa the fingeM, avoiding dllrritwtmaangtt. BobMng,;i^ich leaves ilhli. »m Ainulin^ianwiw 'itr 'LdMT ftOhfa otit.liairmw^dS. ' .ISieaMBemol' ia»oaii)yftn'dpii0y&tB''it 1i-m 'Saggiag and wiinkling. - .'?? vL'k.H: ?Konl^iBaaw.iUt^;^ folds of the throat, 1 tin collier de 7-niii8, jm artists ' niime -the- beginning- of these* lines .'ih yoathi The remedy is pomi^e, patient massage, frequent rather t^ raaping, wearing a baindige wet inhotwaier'iien miiiuteB betoregoing tb-bgd, . and the cold 4alt water , daily. .. ^Phu will do for home treatment. -l; ' '

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New South Wales Farmers and Settlers Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

The New . South Wales Farmers and Settlers: ..- Association. /. Thf following is a copy -of a circular addressrdito Ilie various branches of the. aKsfwintioii i-y- ?' ? ' ; J ; The first amnial-ieoftfew'Bpe of the association will be ojieoetLoa Wedne* day, It jit of vitnl impbrtlUwe'^ theainmei ation that the cOTifi^n^.sliDiiH^b^^ unquailfiedvSnte^ityin'jl;^^^ bran eli es fto 'cjif t meetings anatppuut^o.^clegateif each; The 'tniieIias'now.:^^T^.^ B*soi-iktmii*rttii^^roVe/,iUt-Jfs doingnU 'ifci t' iiiclnimed *4)$ not fsii - i»and of/;^vo]utiouistf -^ .locovjprtli^^^^^ thoughtfnVnien.trjiiig^odpg^ddn pr^teiit«iud#A h»ndi4iwwii idi^e vst q y fSd^i P|;ifetFrr,^-W*)dei|lt.' l%9i J.i. T»bfi-k, Se^bny. ' biroiMiht ;forwar4.'lhef^ diycuKted-atllietofiTerenVe-^i-,,^'.'^^^ ' peases area8-^nneWsMiy^esert'e»r-;iUifoe#t^te stir ^eyoflflid^eq wired .for.ife4lt,i?t t»t — ?; mMimnni =a:«^4''0flfa^niws^'K,',l-'^',r of vbejf st ? ^iisurafiye *nd . adjrtni^ tb^J^ or fr'-loiranrc , a«wesv«B»i'

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHAT WITH AN ANIMAL PANTOMIMSIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

A CHAT WITH AN ANIMAL PANTO . MTMTRT \ ' What creatures have you impersonated P' asked a reporter pf Mr Charles jjaori, whose clever impersonations of animals have been one of the marvels, of the modem pantomine B^have been a bear,, a wolf, an ostrich, a kangaroo, a white poodle, and, as I said be fore, a cat,' he replied. . * Mr. Ijauri hasalxo aoneared with winn. for in 1891 he flew about the stag? jn the. guise of an ibis, and from personal ocular ex perienoe I can - assure ray readers that he looked very weird lpi that opcasion' im ,his ; strange get-up. ' ' ' How do yon xaanage your life-like imita. . tion of animals?' I asked, going forward ..with my outechism in a business-like fashion. '? Do you wear masks P' - It is simply a question of make-up,' said Mr. Lauri ; ' over part of the face I wear a inabk, and I manage the rest with paint and hair.' . - ' And whic.i of your impersonations is the most popular with the public P' I continued. That of a cat,' promptly replied my ho...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

5. , ^ WBBWiT, Hi Wsgm, ! jj„ iyithn|rik«iy oINwSoiiUj^aleR: ltl. %|w j^Wotice4)iat 1'deMfre ttoob- ' ' gd *81, irafe* nectliiuapiniKiCourt ! It olden st 3%n«raoi^#fre —Mi. 4»jr/ t. y, 1894, mal\a ce^Trtional apph-' .»$ . for a eertifi«t^aufhdrising the , sf « piibliMu'sjJilcnse for premises ti d hyme faWmamrMt, WytHong, ly o be -khowar by At «igti df alie ,'t- island 4fi el, wcWpinK -seven t , exdluaKe of those i^gwared -f«r . ie of iUr family. . ? H ;edj|BtiiJj3»,d dayef Jane, -S^- , ,e jf ©avid wismiv* ,rR ^ 'Wyalong. UC ? v' '? ' . di \ ro I/l TvE .of .Goaches Uewre* iProsser's j Kaitway JioWi, *opp««€te railway ail n GoOtamUndrajdaMy tforthe-abovc i - ??' ? ? ? ' , ; be !F.Afi£* - T/- ? i -!1 co w Te cxr ax . 'I i, ^Wds. Chiibaissl Sorei, SPpunlk, ; . s, .Emotions on 8ki% Bites, Bins-' U 9: 6ot^Uirortts,lnfliHBwh5y«i, Styes, ' Kf .JttnioAB.&c. JJ.srafooBtfs'ironiB- ; KwbdS OiKTMjdn', which is -thei ' one tbat^ias j£$ei*ett Certificates; t-1 all E^ndatiea, end that! W &a...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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KISSES BABE IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

- ; KISSES RARE IU JAPAN. ? I. must touoh upon one feature of western literature never to be reconciled with Japan ese ideas tod customr , gays L&fcadio Hearn. List the reader reflect for a moment bow large a place the subject of kisses and caresses and emoraoe« occupies in our poetry aud in our prose fiction, and then let him consider the tact that . in Japanese literature these have no existence whatever. For kisses and em braces are simply unknown in Japan as -tokens of affection, if we except the faot that Japanese mowers, iiko motnere ail over the world, lip aud hng tbeir little ones be times. After babyhood there is no more hugging or kiseing. Such aotions, exoept an the case ' of infants, are held to be highly immodest. Never do girls kis* one another ; never do. pfuenbf kiss or embrace their children who nave become able 'to walk. And this rule , holds good -of all classes of society, from the highest nobility to the humblest peasantry. Neither have we thcleRst indic...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. CONSOLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

- TPOETHY. COHBOLAnON. ? ' V&bi^peaw -wi* art «o*oant*d great B««a ruled England's 3jjyfci$W'd»D^4 to-day repine isnStminsf Perhaps intweoty ninety-three ? ' T^nlfcn will iumn tn fftlt nf Trip - . ; And Somewhere statues mar 1m built £ -Qt iaain brats*, perhap* in gilt. ^ ^Or sage* foil of quipe and quicks ? ^WiU wond*r if I wrote my worts, lo why should J repine to-day Btcavse sty br*w wears not the bay P / — John Kenritk Bangs.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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THE WOMEN OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

?; THE WOinsil OF EOBOPE. The celebrated man of letteii, Paolo Mat tegafza. of florenoa, is. .airing nls opinions : through a German newspaper on the women I of Eimipe. ? He gives the palm for beanty to t'le fipanish women. theraby showing keen | disbriminiition and' excellent tagte, - His praise fe'ndt, liowever, wholly unmixed. witohipgly beautiful. She his small hands and , fe^i, .and large eyes, like- the open windows of a . sunburnt marble palace. A flgure'failof graoe 'and life, and long, wavy, dark hair. 'She is very religious, very ignor ant, very jealous, sensitive, idle and proud.' The Englii^i woman, he thinks, is beauty itself. ' Her hair is like. gold. She has heavenly1 eyes, a peach-likfi complexion, a delicately formed nose and good teeth. She | is reserved, a little hypochondriacal, very active and generally a slave to etiquette.' j Bat the French woman is ' a oat- and a ser pent, a palm and a violet and even when she is not pretty she is charming. She is- ami able, ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 29 June 1894

£. hainber ot the, J-i^fit G^verii» meiit— inelndiri^ Mi hiVters^— Tfct It : «' great deal too oonfidently and na if -tliey \vei*fi foregone conr.IaHtoaa for the next Parliament. A1though, owing to the reccnt wet and chwige^blB ^weather in . Sydney colds and coughs are 'very preVale'»it, it is anticipatory on the part of one' of tbe. papers to say , iofiaenea is^ '? fashioniible.' - \/j An old digger recently retnraed ttt? Sj'duey says . it wonld save ; pfims fossicker?! many, w^i-y niileatmmpiiig ifourdailies-^s)rfeii11y-one~ifoiiw^ not give anoh; .glowinfr- necoahta ^ gold discoveries. Aft-ei* a ti-ip mnud wast of the lucent Snd^i.li^ -eaya . tbW; real -tmth-abdttt, W ifenorniioijsly

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