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THACKERAY'S PENCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
THACKERAY'S PENCILS. | Marcus Stone told me a story about Thackeray's pencils. ' I only saw Thackeray a f sw times when I was a child. Be wag a friend of my father's and 1 remember going to see hi in just after my father's death. ? T* ♦rt Via f wta Al* tllMA daVII Via. fori the publication of the first number of the Comhill Magazine. * Thackeray had hurt his foot in 'some way. — sprdined his ? ankle, '! think, ' and I was taken up into his room, where he lay on 'the bed, his man binding a bandage over the place. . I thought I had never seen so long a man (he was six feet four). 'Whilst I waited for this operation to terminate, Thackeray told me to go to the table and look at the proof sheets of the first number. He was very anxious for me to tell him whether I understood the meaning of the initial letter he had drawn — a sketch which represented people moving about with fur muffs instead of heads. He said,' Well young shaver, do you think you know what I that means? Whilst I was coa...
Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. AMERICAN WOOL DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
Latest Telegrams. | London, Wednesday, AMERICAN WOOL DUTIKS. The United States Senate hnve passed the Tariff Bill. An amend ment in fayor of a 30 per cent. dut3r on raw wool was negatived. Wool, therefoio., remains. 011 the free list. 'THE HEALTH OP THE POPE. Tbe health of Pope Leo XIII is fail ing. ±10 lias delivered a sealed packet to Carlisle containing bis last wishes. The packet is not to be opened till after his death. . HOME EULE FUNDS. Litigation over tlie Irish National League Funds, bunked at Paris, -has resulted in the Pnvnellites being de feated. Justin McCarthy, loader of the Irish Nationalist section of the Irish Party is virtually allowed' con trol of the funds. WOOL RISING. Wool lias advanced '5 per cent, in the Loudon market. GLADSTONE AND AMERICA. Au invitation to visit. the United States of America, has been for warded to Mr. Gladstone. ' Amoiig other notable persons the judges and senatoi-s of 40 states and the Presi dents of 7 universities, have signed the invit...
DID SHAKESPEARE KNOW ANYTHING! [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
DID SHAKESPEARE KNOW ANY THING T 'When we eoma to think of it, Shakespeare wynifl not have known much, not even how itfeds to wear a set of falne teeth. Ha never even aaw a lonfer match or a -steel pen, and his ignorance of the art 'of photography was only equalled by the lack of knowledge he poaeessed about the type 'Sfhe went to rn Tre it was.probably to jrtMJ in ja 'line pass/buckets d. water, ^JiViwilne tog wwOThfc fc« T SM tirnly unacquainted with.' , i , s . He never held hfkfcar te a telephone and listened, to his wife while die readout a list of little 'articles she wished him to bring home; -he never rode in a tramnar or in a. railway train, and as ,f or an electric railway, : why, he bad never hoard of snob a thing. He neVer knew the feelings which a boy expenenoe-i when .^earing long trousers for the first time, because he never wore such things in his life. He 'never tried to ride a bicycle, never nssd roller skates, never saw a stove, knew uothing about such well-known ...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
MINING. The Sydney syndicate who own the claim recently held by Steffani and party next, to 'the Erin's Isle claim on Comv^-rfHiiie Jtnve struck I the l-eef wliiph is being worked iu Erin's Isle. Mr.V Betts, who has j charge of .iTie work informs us that the reef is.'rich and of fair size. But at the time of -giving us the informa tion the riitone lui'd not been exposed for any distance., Tlris ti ! Is -v hat iias i.ui, ? ? imncuu wef j -111 uupi (iviuvi t v c ,^iu n between two claims, and though work has been jn progress for Severn I mouths the claim had not established a light to public notice previously. Clements and party have been sending away a considerable quantity of stoue this week and have still a large stack in their '-paddock. The two- lqf« should +«tal ^do8e'on--40 tons. Knapmun «»d party hnve been putting down two shafts and there fore not, laising muc.h scone. They have about 15 tons a(, grass. Taylor and party have some 30 tons comprising two qualities, the best'of ...
ONE OF SHERIDAN'S EPIGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
ONE OF SHERIDAN'S EPIGRAMS. Lord Erskine said at a party where his wife. Lady Anne, was present, that a wife was only a tin canister tied to one's tail. Upon which Sheridan presented the lady with the following lines : Lord Erskine, at woman presuming to rail, Callsa wife a tin canister tied to one's tail ; onaiBir jluvjj Anne, wnuouw uuujwu.us carries on, Seems hurt at his lordship's degrading com parison. But -wherefore degrading f Consider aright, A canister's polished, and useful, and bright ; And should dirt it's original purity hids, I That* s the faidt of the puppy to whom it is 1 tied.- Pall Mall Gazette. '
The Government programme. THE PREMIER'S MANIFESTO [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
PThe SoWihriment Pfo. 'V^,. gramme. Iv. ? ..... '^9N^ni||pKB'S^LN UTESTO.^j Ggxtlkuen, — The dissolution of the Legislative Assembly again colls upon the electors of the colony to discharge the most important duty which can ap pertain to freemen, bv returning to Par lin$Sp£1Iri)TMgjifBtivfri worthy to^5n4rol JHicJ aeitinieS-of our common con n't ry., 'ail former years the exercise of (his du(y was hampered by restrictions which,, in some coscs at lpast, prevented the voice of the people from being heard with ti.e freedom and distinctness which-are es sential to complete representation. .'ihese res trji-l ions, Stim happy to say, have at last been removed, and tlio Elec toral Act. which is now about to coine into operation fortliefirst time, provides the people .with a method of expressing their epinion - to which, 1' believe, no reasonable exceplion can be (akcu. ? The redis(ributiou of . electorates, which, as you are aHsrn, i-- an rs oiitial part of the Electoral Act, affords 111c...
GETS HIS OWN PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
GETS HIS OWN PRICE. Thomrh Mr. F. Marion Crawford probably earns more money by his pen than any other living writer he is perhaps not so well paid in proportion to the amonnt_ of work that he does as is Mr. T. B. Aldrich. As a matter of fact ' Mr. Aldnch always puts his own price on his worK, and he is always sure of getting it. One magazine of New York jOity takes everything that he .sends it. He simply writes the price in a oornfir of the MSS., and it is paid. What a delightful aspect of literary mcoass this presents ! A few -weeks ago an editor wrote to Mr. Aldrich : 'Won't you please drop a poem into our dot and draw out a* much money, as von want for itf1 Mr. Aldrich dropped a dozen line?, as directed, and - rew out £10.
Grenfell Electora[?] MR. F. A. MARQUESS' CA[?]TURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
Grenfell Electoral MR. F. A. MARQUESS* OAlfe' TUHE. lp« On Tuesday evening, in fujeord 1 a previous ftunouncement, Mr. F quess addressed about 200 of t in front of 'Mr. Murphy's : V ® t'.ie veniejt of the candidate Mr. j' P took tine chair. In doing- so i explained that though lie was act as Chairman for Mr, Marqui '®ri i:ig, be did not approve of tlmtge -, / political views, in fact they disi .. . almost everv Question of noli j K asked a fair bearing for the spean ' j Mv. Marquess said that he cm; them as a c indidate, aad ho :-£kel a j exenso aiiy inisfeikes which be milie a as he was only taking a preliinina th i He hoped tliat he would succeed it eiti (heir votes, bnt if he was urn -rpo this time he would couie a^aia. -.au teved himself tbat.bo had as mucl na1 sense nnd as much ability as nios lef* who went into the House as th H'O representatives. If he was not ^7 te repie-ient the electora, he woal educate himself up to the reqoi : - dard. He ' was at a disadvanta ^ was only ...
Notabilities, NOT ASHAMED OF HIS ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
Notabilities, NOT ASHAMED OF HIS ORIGIN. Alexandre Dumas is as unashamed as his father was of the negro blood that runs in his veins Ths bishop of Autun having re cently delivered an address on the abolition of slavery, M. Dumas wrote him a fympa thetio letter, in the course of which he said : ' A reader like mvselv. who has only to go bark four generations to -find negro slaves among his ancestors, could not remain deaf to this eloquent appeal. It is, therefore, not only for our brothers, from the Christian ' point of view, that I thank you, monseigneur, ] but peihaps also for some real relatives whom I may dtill have on board the slave traders' vessels.'
[?] Essayist. [?]E TATTOO MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
3e Essayist. Pfoil- ?? . I ArtTE TAXroO MARKS.. . I ... been many operations and numended for the removal ' t0 (.-utentp, - but jnost of tbeiu . 0I' paiiiruL or 'entirely onsuc 1 tin rihjf.the nwilc desired. A irecouunende by Paschkis, [ ))ln wye »he ' tattooing or pig hfiC Alrin Ia ' a anrf aI AAnntoi- ?pi .remover .used by hiin has resti «ataSi-ti the coldr of the jj j| n bythe proper adiuixtuiv jdi. An artist with a good .. vould be successful in this ,y inothOd described in the Ei* evolves a new principle, ion of the subcutaneous pig i. ,The tattooed part is well ip and water, a bunch of eix am ho needles bound together d is dip, ed iu glj-csrole of (?3 iven with a sharp blow into rt. This is repeated over the ;A! I mo»t bo thorough to b»- ef E-eeuliarity of the method is t it causes no inflammatory orcj ) digestive principle of the , minated about the deposit , of ,f t liberating it, a portion is ab , dy divided state .by the lym [r r pirt probably finds its way , j layers of t...
SOME MISQUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
SOME MISQUOTATIONS. An interesting book might be written on misquotations. Two or three typical ones occur to me at the moment. Butler's He that complies against his will Is of his own opinion still, is usually quoted : A man convinced against his will Ds of the same opinion still. In Shakespeare's 4 Til make assurance double sure,' 4 double i* oommonly changed to 4 doubly,' In Milton s 'Th» last in firmity of noble mind' the last word is usually quoted in the plural. 'Mr. Gladstone's 'Streak of silver sea' is often ' Silver streak of sea,' and thereby marred. . , It is curious that a mind so imbued, as Milton's, not only with classical literature, but also with an accurate knowledge of classical geography and typ igraphy, should have made, within the oompass of the four following lines, two blunders which a school boy could correct : — ' ' And more endangered than when Argo passed. Through Bosphorus, betwixt the jutting Or when Ulyssesonthelarboardshunned . Charybdis, and by the ot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
[?] ^fc,K^HL'ar ®£ot ' ifr^Progress nigiit j&ted fjfir rSporurn.'?' Only rare iwSm liers were present, and the niee'fc|nx %vns adjourned to Wre(liicsrlny next. At a meeting of the Master Butcluwof Wyalong and West Wyalong, iield on July 1 butcher's meat was r.dopted. Such prices 0 cdmeiiato' 'fofce oa Monday next, the -Wh iuet^nt. 1 MEssns'' Walsli Bros., who have (lie contract for '.Jj^iTction of the Catholic I'liurrli at U'^ Wyulong are , tniiktug good progress '-Till ilie work. At u iiireting of the i*oinniii(eo it whs -decided to proceed wUli the erection of a Presby tery at Oiire. Asotheii death has taken place in our midst Mrs. B. l'incliiii, who had been ailing lor a fen' dnj'H, succumbed 011 CM cr.day ljiglil loan attack of iiifliininia tion of the bowels. Mrs. Pinch in wus .the tvife pf Ml'. 1). Pinclmi, Chemist of West Wyalong, and .leaves two small daughters. We learn that the boxing entertain ments, ' which have recently assumed such a prominent position amongst ...
AT A STANDSTILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
AT A W-ANDSTILL. j Can anyone rulisrliteii lie us to the reason wliyi' t'Vvi-y.^-ulJii: a)o\\vriwiit ondertakon -m tins tield, gis nllowcd to staguat-.! . and iu Home cases die out allo^utlier. Considering the very primitive condition iu which all matters relative 'to public eonveiiienee, eouifort, and safety. were a few months since 'the de mand : u poy . 'the J'liiielligeijae and energy of our leading jiujjjic men hnva not been either uuinerouK orJ unreasonable. It must, therefore, :-|-- peur sti-nuge tliat so many iin ? portant undertakings, l.ht; iniliation of whioh had been niiiiked l-y a disjihiy* of burning untiiusiasin bhould have almost immediately been nl lowed to lapse, or (hey have niwived sueh lnkewnrni support (hat, under ex isting conditions it would he infini tely better that they died at once and a fresh start should be made. When the Phuriv.ss CdWmitfcee represent ing Wyulong and Wyalong West com menved operations f hey worked assid uously -and appeared to be a ver...
Housewife's Column BUSY WORK BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
Housewife's Column* BUSY WORK BOX. . A mother has for her children a which stands for sll sorts of house^ 3 and employments jsod Into thw fascinating busy 00,, ing pieces of old garment* and scraps bats of lace, aud artificial flowers. i holds also some oommon paints, a , , gilding, au 01a khitc, , -m ] various picture cards, bits of colore. yi,( wire, coa'se needles and thread , tj there c *n be found almost everything . for any mending or sewing or ?hinh children may like to do. I Perhaps the oddest ilnng in theF' ^ little thing contaiuiug slips cut out !? loid, on each of whioh is painted of some piece of work, doll s hat,| 1 ring toSK, dissy-ted map, di8Bected|' oaner dolls, sheets.. pUlow cases, crochet. , The little girl who is wander»wv aching for something to do and w n'» t when told to say what it is she wisl^ that she d««-n't know, is given lvl and sbe puts iu her hand and dravMau 1,1 And then she must do what it slid much for choosing work. -Now for ? 1 So far as may be. ...
ODD FIRM NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
ODDYTRMNAMFS. I was going do ten a street in - St Louis when I saw that A'.' Gander was in Ihe grain businsss, -whiih b oertainly appropriate, and it called to mind a nnmber of Tike instances £ have seen in different seot'dns of the country' ? In Chattanooga an undertaker is Gay ; m Mobile the former^keeper of a oemetary was nainea wt»tbo , m oupui Pittsburgh there is *l»w firm mated Bright and Eariy ; in Marion. Indiana, ajaw^finn 'which formerly existed was Rob *nd,8t-4ls ; in Mount Vernon Illinois, is a signrreadinir 'fly Coffin Shop; in Rushville a hotisl firm nABdto be Oook andFrr; it sign in Faxton, Olimtis, reads 4 ASample Lawyer 'j inTjoy, Odfldtter; the fruit business at Indianapolis J is the name of a doctor in Cmfinnju and harness is alivery-stable firm in I ^ Indiana ; a man named Boston ( feriy in Mis-is-ippi — St Louis Gloi crat. ,
WRINKLES [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
WRINKLES Every i oman dreads her wrinkle*, it is said, aud on that theory tlie following con cerning their cause and prevention is sure to claim feminine, if not masculine, atte.tiou. JSvery man, we are assured has an inchoate sensation that he ha* but to command and all should be serene. But with a woman it is necessarily otherwise. Her general ap pearance is a matter of consequence to her nnd not by any means, always on aocount o ignoble reawras. mere DU'uucl caused of these uudemred wn- klear but noue ofthem i* more potent than the veiy simple one of undue facial expression. The lively woman who lifts her eyes perpetually will find that her habit has produced numberless long lines runuing across her forehead, who laughs lifting the muscles that close the eyes, will have innumerable crows feet at the corners and fine lines as many beneath the lower lids ; who expresses her disdain, her dislike, her ill temper too fr«sly on her countenance will have despondent and dis agreeable lin...
THE IDEAL PEACH ORCHARD— HOW TO SECURE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
THE IDEAL PEACH ORCHARD HOW TO SECURE IT. No other fruit depends so much upon th« treatment aa the peach. During the first part of the season the peaoi) tree should have much vigor and make healthy growth, and (hen it should ripen up its wood nnd buds m as to withstand the rigors of winter, even if the temperature go to sixteen or eighteen cU 0Tm* ? below zero. With these conditions asfured it is advisable to cultivate -the newly set orchard for ths first two or three yews' with some hoed crop. Nothing is better 'for these than corn for the first year, potatoes for the second, and beans for the third year. But it must be kept in mind that twj crop* on the name ground the Barne year will ' re quire more manure than one, and that if this double i .all upon the soil is made, enough plant food must be applied to meet the re quirements of both the trees and -the planted crop. Without the manure this double crop ping is wasteful, but with a liberal hand in j manuring, especially with bone...
WINTER MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 6 July 1894
WINTEB MILLINEBY. I visited one of the leading millinery es esiablishmenta and was so well entertainer by the' lady who supplied' my ^ants thab l feel qualified to give oome hints on millinery. A hasty glance along the lines of jaunty b.mn. ts in gay colors and glistening orna ments gives one an idea that the milliuer must be color mad, but atter a o*reiui _ in spection we find that one of these bright affair-, -taken separately aud placed on a head . that is suited to it, and with garments that correspond . is charming. Bright colors seem to take the lead But the quiet individuals are not forgotton. for here an there we see the well wearing combinations of brown and green, brown with black, or grey. Blue is also combined with black, grey, brown or steel oolor. Pink, yellow, bright green, vivid blues and reds are the colors seen in tbe windows so it is intended that these shall take the lead. ; But time *ill tell whether these or other shades are prevalent. A b' n i-et that is in pe...