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BANBURY BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

PANBURY BISCUITS. In a basin mix , bo/., of flour nnd 2oz., of cornflour. adding to these 8oz.' of castor sugar, a quarter of a teaspoomiu of baking powdor, and a pinch of salt. With the tips of the fingers crumble in finely -}lb. of butter, afterwards adding1 2oz." of currants, unshed, dried, nnd "picked; Moisten llie.se ingredients to a still dough with a w'eU-bcatcii egg: nnd then turn out, knend well, and roll out thinly. The 'dough cut into rounds the size of a brenkfastcup, the round being placed 011 n greased tin, and baked ill a moderate oven until they become n pale yellow co lour. As a rule these biscuits take about a quarter of an hour to fire.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAN BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

BRAN BISCUITS. Mix iu a basin Jib. of flour, of bran, 3$uz. of brown sugar (1;4 tublespoonfuls), and a quarter of a tcaspoonful of salt. Press tho lumps out of a quarter of a tea spoonful of baking soda n.ud a quar j ter of a tcaspoonful of cream of | tartar, and mix theso with tho otlier I ingrodients. Crumble into the dry | mixture Jib. of butter, -and, when quito fine, moisten the whole to a very stllT 'dough* with buttermilk. Turn 011 a floured board, knead, and roll out thinly, and cut into rounds the size of a teacup. Tho rounds are baked ou u-greased tin iu a moderate oven,for a quarter of an hour.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Korong Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Korong Shire Counoil. MONTHLY MEETING. Appended wilt be found some shire council items held over from lft9t issue : ltKFOKTS. Prom Dr Taylor and Dr Deravin, health.officers, reporting the heilth of the north, central and south ridings good ; froui J Treble, treasurer,report ing receipts since Inst meeting ,£389 17a 4d ; from J Somerville, caretaker of burdens, reporting 12ft of water in reservoir from Dr Wilkinson, Ingie wood, reporting a case of diphUi^ri i at Kurting; from D Bird t>nd F Hickie, inspectors of nuisance* in ouulh tilling, i reporting their districts in n sanitary condition -The reports were received, and Dr Wilkinson's wns ordetpd in he i senti to Dr Deravin. i Constable Robbie, inspector t>f, ntii- , sances lit WedJeiburn, reported that the improvements required by Tnspec tor Rei-e ab Mcfnrs G T Smith's and W Burgp'd sl-iiu'lueryurds hue! been effector!, fhr» y-mls now hoinjj in qoori order, .Mr Dm'k'IhIo had made ah improvement at his y<»rd8, and w...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ladies' Column. VARIOUS BISCUTTS. GINGER SNAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Ladies' Column. -i. ? ... VARIOUS niSCUTTH. GINGKH SNAPS. Mix In a basin Jib. of flour, and add to it a pinch of suit., 2oz. of sugar (two lablcf-poonfuls); a tea Hpoonful o£ ground ginger, the saino quantity of-Jamaica. pepper< a.small shako of white popper, nnri a quar ter of a teaKpoonfwl of baking soda with the lumps pressed out. Into these ingredients crumble 2o<s. of butter, and moisten the v. hole to a stifl dough with a Uttlc golden syrup. Turn the dough on to a floured board, roll out thinly, cut into small rounds, nnd buko on a greased tin lu a slow oven for from a quarter of . an hour to twenty minutes.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Woosang Easter Sports. A RECORD ATTENDANCE. President—M Donaldson, Esq Vice-President—[?] McGurk, Esq Judges—Messrs J Bourke, W Gould, J R Donaldson and P McGurk Handicapper—Mr R S[?]onehouse [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Woosang Easter faports. A RECORD ATTENDANCE. I'rcsl 'lent-M DonuUlson, Esq . Vico-I'rtsiclonl-II McGit'k. Esq Judges-Me>srs J Uourkc, W uoiiul, J I! Donnld Under the jmtr\»nace of Fenator McColl, Haiis .ine, Mlllt, Hon T I.unBdou, Ml.A, and silver ">D of tho following" committee .-Messrs Hound, ' ;ml's nit lotion, J S iii'iinctt, W ouml. Jtio IYKTSOU, K.Sninle, D NhiRlinivi. D ?|»S| If McCitirk.J StewArc, John A *tnnri, Win I ttmrf. J Johnston, R Koss, 1* I.aflin, Jnnr, 1*" M .lsoii, J Hilllnrd, K White, I! ThrelUU, H . W Watson, I S Olive, Uln, It l-aiie, W , Jnu McGurk, .1 it Donaldson, John Dow, J ThrellftU, J Mills, K Mungan, A Manean, S ( scclii, Irwin 1'atersoii. John liourlce, \ W Tumbull, W White, J F white, lOiild, J Stewart, .luck Stewart, JasCossar, ..., G Bennett, W Johnstone. J Donaldson, ! 1 McGurk, D Melntyrc.T McGurk, junr, James , E i' Thmtftll, FTurntmtl, L Hurite, W ' , W Dow, W Turi.lmll, jnnr, D McUiUvray, I-Leech, II 6oillns. Ulerk of Course-W Lane ; cler...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Magic Oven. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

The Magic Oven. To let the fire go out, and to go, out yourself, and yet be able to produce a hot and appetising dish at a minute's notice on your return frqm a long walk, shopping, or .a visit to a picture-palace, sounds impossible. But all vou have to do is to get a sugar-box. with a lid, or a small tea-chest, costing,1 say, 6d,, and two pennyworth of huy, sufficient to fill the box. Tlace, before you | go out, your stew or hash, or what- i ever, it is, in the box quickly, wrap it round with a piece of old blan ket, embed it in the hav, close the lid tightly, and the cooking will go on slowly for hours. . The stew should be just short of boiling point when put in the box. To line the latter with folt or other non-conducting material is an improvement, as the heat is .con served still longer. Ht»new the hay from time to time. Klipson : '"Voung Wnggles has got the laugh turned ,ou himseU in his little joku againat the Ulazes Kiru Insurance-Company;" . . -v .v-v-. Klopson : "How?",. ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Local Lan.d Board. At A local land bo^ni lieid Wed derburu, and presided ovr« \y .Mr »J B 0reason, laud* officer, ;lie f»-h:»win^ applu'Htijus we»e itevt wuh :-P-ni^h ot* Ku.nic, allot 25, s»Ji: A 1'JG u* -Kf-c"jiMuc*ii<ied to G B . )2 Hppiic*u'e. Prtn-n of Tommr, allot 89c, sj o 3, 20 acres. - Recotnmen<k'.| to A An '' r eon (July up.- (.ul ut tJve »pp ick ft utp-H.^d. i'ari-h or L5urun», a1 89J «-*: 3, 3t>0 tcit's.- Hos'pofip'i of Wt.-i.Nlf i ' n, «. o. 7. >»*e 11, 150 "Cii'S Ui cniitii)finl 'n '». C finish of \Vbuni, S, m*c 14, ^0 HCif6 R* e- IUUH»l>(ird l(| M 8 J «»:e Uurr. Tao »pj' ic-mi* W J Derail Wiisu, 'd-.Upi H.-hoW . .JM' wuy 1] S il I' Hit. .4 ci) i:ct>in h*- *«f \V'Mlde*.l>u-» itic-.i it n«»t . r- lo-f-iM'd .Aft*-r b^iri.u D > .«»»'« rtifiii*-! i A!, U.e^o i sniii !»«< wou'd «. f . n *u iiimj «jfe 1 . Mr M«.3n to rtf - oti uuij itnpiov^ui'^u

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Fishing Tales. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Fishing Tales. j Among the most interesting con tributors to Mr. F. O; Aflnlo's book of fishing stories is Lord.Des borough, who relates some remarkable facts regarding tarpon fishing. The tarpon, a fish which sometimes reaches n length of over 7ft.,. and way weigh as much as 2101b., lias peculiar jumping propensities, and if ono happens to Jump on to a fisherman, or even into the boat, the consequences may be disagree able. Lord Desborougli says that the most exciting and exhausing "Take my advice, nm'ain-and 1 chargu yuu nuthing for it-don't go to law in this matter. To tcll*you tho truth, you simply haven't a log: to sta that is, you have no casa, at all, ma'am," fights lio» over had with tarpon were with three fish he hooked exact ly in the middle of tho back. How they managed to get,hooked in that spot is not easy to determine, though the experience is fairly com mon, it appears. Lord Desborougli's lost fish in Florida was a gigantic shark, which seized a 1001b. tarpon that he ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 8. CHAPTER XX. AFTER MANY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) ? THK ? Secret Jsland. Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. By W. Murray Grnydon» Author of "Matthew Quin," "Tho OiirBO of tbe Oardcwfl," otc«, otc. PART 8. . CHAPTER XX. AFTER MANY DAYS. But tho young Englishman found none-Mary Ferris excepted-to Rlwrc his melancholy that moruine. From rail to cml of tlio cruiser nil was ex citement and eagerness, light-hearted laughter and jesting. Homo was in sight-a haven of refuge and rest. Groups of men picturesque in cool, white clotliim;, stood looking for ward from tho bulwarks. The officers moved about with smiling faces, Ja son Goro conspicuous among them in fresh linen and a new f-'uiI. of blue scrgo, nnd with the benignant expres sion of a man who would not will ingly harm a fly. The gap of the past six weeks, un eventful though it Was, requires a brief mention. The fog that had blot ted out the two American men-of war lnstcd all night, the cruiser steaming through it at reckless speed, and in the morning a ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Monastery Besieged by the Mad. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Monastery Besieged by the Mad. Because a monk nam^d Innocea Liuf, of Moldavia, Fluwia, was said to havo instantly cured a lunatic of his madness, a great crowd of peasants besiogod the monastery bringing their mad relatives or friends to bo healed. It appears thnt. in that part of Russia lunacy is-very frequent, owing, it is sup* posed, to Die uso of unripo maize instead of lenvenod bread. JJut the ignorant ami superstjtious peasants believe thnt the mudness is caused by an c\il spirit taking up hiB abode in the soul of his unhappy victim, uud, bolioving thut fnno centius has tho power to cast out devils, thousands havo lately appeal ed to him on behalf of their loved ones. A newspaper correspondent tells ub that Moldavia had boeomo such an "absolute inferno of ihe mad," that tho Governmeut banished lnnoccntius to another monastery in the extreme north of Russia, on a river callcd the Onega. Ills fol lowers confounded this m»mo of the river with the Omega of the Apo calypse, and bel...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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CHAPTER XXI. THE END OF THE VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

CHAPTER XXr. THE END OP THE VOYAGE. Dick's hands trembled a little and his heart throbbed with iiuickcning strokes as he gazed steadily ahead. But Ills curiosity was only increased, not gratified. The mystery/ was a mystery still, though very close in deed did the glasses bring that grey patch on the bosom of the sea. "Well, what do you think of it?" Captain Gore asked. "What do you make out ?" "First, a line of surf," answered Dick, "and after,, that uiiother line marked by bigger and morn violent breakers. Then an island like one great rock, rising sheer from the water. I should say that it was round in formation and perhaps eight or ten miles in diameter." "Good ! And is tnat all you sec ?" "No; thero is a pointed object visible above the: top of the island, but I can't make out what it is. I think it is a considerable distance back, and it may. be a pinnacle of stone." . "Anything elao ?" . - : "Nothing else," said Dick, taking a long look before lio replied ; "un less you mean ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

ixif. E. Wallis & Co., JTOCK & STATION AGENTS, .n'lTHKHW LAN IJ AORNCY. 'PhouL '24, BENDTGO. j.» IXANOF) KH if 43) Rniirlf .Slrfol, iMbi'ifiU'in- ; W't-ddcrhtnri, Ko* IOIII{" VhIP, Pyiainiil, J ark1"". Miel hoama ami Lssnocooric, Klinnrn and Rochester. All fat. "f-wlr m Hrtidigi or AIeJ» j b.iurnf rlmftril personally by our'] Principal. Land. Land. Land. Consult ua if you want to BUY LAND. Wo have an extensive list of VICTORIAN and NEW SOUTH WALES Properties on or.i' Books. Write to us for particulars. TRUST MONIES in large sums, Five per cent; smaller amounts, 5J per cent. Apply quickly. Strictest priracy guaranteed Monthly salts conduoted at Wed derbnrn, Koroni? Vale, Jarklan, Eddingtoa, on FRIDAYS. Wedderburn Stock Sale, April 3rd. WEDDERBURN and DISTRICT Charity - Carnival, ill -jid of INGLEWOOD HOSPITAL, Oil MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1914 (EIGHT HOURS' DAY), At the RACECOURSE. OFFICE BEARERS: Judges : Horse raeing- Dr Taylor,Messrs ' J* R. Gray and T, Morecruit ; Foot r...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

» ?? i.MVPERTA'KfiR 7rolerr1» nr.rlormcfTirTrown or Country: . on Shortest Notice. Coffins on h*nd for any Eni°rgoncy( also, TTirof-.elnB Honrscs iui <3 VluniOB. The triiflo supplied with Coffin Fitting of all quality. Tjarra WagRonB.-Drnyn, Spring Carte a,Kl Busies of every do«orl» "m(io on tlio promlsos and alway atooiv. ordprs carefully attonded to with promptness and despatch. Wrr.Ri* Or*B/MTrr. ~p~ J. NO ON AN, Comnifirc'r! liotel, HIGH STREET, wedbbkburn. IT,win!? taken over N<nv find _ Oom oiodious Promises lately occupied by-. Mr Bookham, begs to nnnonnce that) the Hotel contains all tho latest improvements in workmanship, and ranks as ono of tho bo3t appointed zonntry houses in Victoria. Tho Building has been handsomely [urnishod throughout, all bhe rooms aeing InrgeVand well ventilated, thus UNSURPASSED aooommoda TION for BOARDERS. The Commercial Hotel has been ap ; ointed a recognised house by the As sociated Commercial Traveller of Vic ioria, nnd fo...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Federal Issues. A SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Federal Issues. A SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE. Federal Ministers must be warmly congratulated on the outcome of the Premiers' Conference, It is on their administrative doings rather than on any measures they can hope to pass that they must rely. And, by the displaj of tact, mastery of detail and a conciliatory spirit, they have 1,01 out of the Premiers' Conference the best ic is possible for that body to give. Tt must be admitted, further, that the tone of the Conference was, on the whole, admirable; the display of Party feeling . referred to last week was natural enough, but when big issues came under consideration there was a growiug inclination to put Australian interests first, the scoring of Party points second. * It will be understood that the Con ference has neither legislative nor administrative powers. Anything it has approved, anything it lecommends may he condemned by one or othar of our fourteen Parliaments. If, after consultation with each other, Ministers decide on any admin...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Express, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914. News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

®J}e fejjress, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914. News and Notes. niotr 'Ji! r,nr9t,itUte Hr!1 °d Saturday m0hr, the Melrose Dramatic Co pre sented the comedy drama, " Sentenced tor Life, to a good audience. The piece has some strong and startling situations, but the undoubtedly eood part was the comedy, which was of a wholesome and infectious order The piece was capably bundled by the whole company. Mr George Melrose's -Major Chalhs was acted on good lines and Miss Cora Warner, as the drunken reprobate Bowles, was reponsible for much merriment. ,Mr Charlton Strat tou the simple curate, proved himself a thoroughly competent actor, and his sby and painful eSorts at love-making .provoked much merriment. A simp\l Cor character was that of Miss Mr J R Thi ' th0 Wr0D86d 8iri' and i/f ?pson| 88 itark Milton and afterwards a8| "old one eye" wa? on i reC7,?(\, 0ther characters were pot rayed by MUs Grace A.hford and il»ynard. The scenery was specie ally painted by Will Robbie. !...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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The Light of Genius. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

The Light of Genius. For more than a week .1 school teacher had been giving lessons on tin dot?. aud so when the i::r,;xctoi' ilown and chose that very subject tilt.-:, si-enieil every prospect of tlie class -distinguishing itself. Things were progressing quite sat ir-factorlly, and the teacher was con gratulating himself on the trouble I; . had taken, when, a!a:>! a question \va.: asked which made him tremble for the reputation of his scholars. "Why does a dog hang his tongue out of his mouth?" asked the inspec tor. "Yes, my hoy?" he said to a fcright looking lad who held up his band, while the light of genius w^s in liir eye. "To balance his tall!" shouted th' bright boy. Then. "I hear the audienco last night was rather cold," sa'd Hi T;;\ r'v. - "They were at first," n itu Lowe Comedy; "but when they remembered that they had paid good money to seo the show they got hot-*' Neighbor: I have no secrets from ? my wife. I tell her everything. Next Door: Yes, I know you do. Neighbor...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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COLD INDEED. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

COLD INDEED. "A man from Canada sat in tho lobby of a New York hotel listen ing to cold weather yarns. : These yarns gave very convincing exam ples of the suffering and hardship occasioned "by last winter's exces sivo cold. Finally the Canadian coughed and said "Your cold weather yarns, gentle men, make a . Canadian smile. You think you've had a cold winter down Kast here, but up my way, from last November clean through to March-s-" . . ; - v, . Ho paused, st ruck .his.chair, arm with his fist, and said~ : > "Prom last November ? clean through to:. March, our hot wator bottlw froze solid in our bOds every blessed night." In a suburban . electorate . the can didate was l»i»ing raucou«ly heckled, unrl, though an amiable man as a ru!c, he wos" provoked to the sug gestion that (ho conduct o*f one man in the meeting at least was asinine. '."If I'm an a5s," roare'd the In Icrjoitor, "thwre's two 'of us here. I la ! lut !" 'T\e noticed you," said the can didate, quietly. "I've heard you...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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CHEAP AT THE PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

OHliAP AT 1 HE PRICE. A philanthropic business man toll* the following amusing story: 1 was once living In a small provin cial tov.'ii in wliicn dwelt a man-the local banker-who was not only weal thy, but exceedingly mean. Two Indies, tlio representatives of n children's hospital l'uncl and other charities, one day called upon him for a subscription, and with sirent diffi culty collected iialf-a-crown, Which he assured them was all ho could afford Subsequently tho ladles cailc-d upon 'ne, and when I snw the banker's name down for half-a-crown I felt indignant, tor I was a'customer of the bank, and well acquainted with Its financial standing. Calling my clerk I wrote out a cheat's for the entire amount of my balancc at the bank, several thousand pounds, and bade him draw out the money. A few1 minutes afterwards 1 had a visit from the banker himself. He was breathless and excited. "Surely, Mr. .Tonkins," l-.o salrl, "you are not going to close your account wiih us like this?" For repl...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Houses Without Nails. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

Houses Without Nails. . lu' Alberta* Canada, there is. & vil lage of houses which have" boon con structed without nails. As a mat terof fact, little or no hardware of any character has entered into their construction. These houses' have been built by Huthenian immi grants, and their architecture is quite novel. ' Their first attempts at house-building are usually of tiie kind they had been accustomed to over in Kuropc, and their biiild * ings are of the typical- Huthenian style-log, pitch-roofed, thatched, and wide in the caves. Jn many cases these buildings are put up without . a dollar's worth of hard ware. Rven the door, an affair of slender . twigs woven and laced to gether, swings on home-made hin ges and is latched with a wooden, hasp. The floor is of hewn logs, un nailed. The roof, as the'favourite Russian roof always is, is a won derful fabric of, poles and cross poles; through and over which has been woven wheat straw, ten in ches thick, packed tight and solid, and ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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THE HELPMATE OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 April 1914

THE HELPMATE OF MAN. We cannot determine what the queenly power of women should be. until we are a-rrueel what llielr ordin ary power should lie (writes the great UusMr.). We cinmot.consider how ed ueation mny.fU them f:n- any widely extending duty, until wo are agreed » hat is their true, constant duty. And those never was a time when wildor words worn spoVen. ov more vnin im agination permitted, respecting tlila ?Diestion-quite vital to all social hap piness. The relations of the womanly to the manly nature, thoir different capacities of intellect or of virtue, seem, never to have, been yet estima ted with entire consent. Wo hear of the "mission" and of the "riglitC" ol woman, as if those could over be se parate from the mission and the rights vt man-as if she and her lord were creatures of independent kind, and ot irreconcilable claim.- This, at least, la wrong. And not less wrong-perhaps even more foolishly wrong (for I will anticipate thus far what I hope to prove)-Is the idea ...

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