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THE CAPTAIN'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

-^THE CAPTAIN'S SECRET. ' Bww wm bay upon his. forehead, ^p?3!berfe was glory in his '»'»« ; , I®g3jj™gffilf4' -fte country's cohorts ? £|;^j?S3iWgh ihe:crimsoh ;fleld offame, I^I^OBliiiWsit at midnight, -?- ?- When the th'rr m ir hfiri npajuvl tn nliwtr. ?wSe took a faded blossom ? 5|^'' AndkisSedit witha tear. ? SI:*:;, A little faded violet, - A: bloom of withered hue ; jffei - But more than fame Or loud acclaim . ... He prized its faded blue. |&piVe have aU a hidden .story WjJ' Of a dtijr more bright and dear ; ffi? jWe inay bide it with cur laughter, j^';' -It -Will haunt un with a tear. f1' And we ye all some little keepsake 'Where no eye can ever mark, RfAnd, like die great commander, ? ' ?? W ok lbs it in the dark. ??? V *? Alittlefaded violet, ' Perchance a loop of gold, E{ -: ' A gift of love |f;: We priz6 above si All that the earth can hold. ^ — Samuel Mintura Peak.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Melbourne Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

[?] AS- Port M el lionriic, oh Friday 1 a*t, tfte 'vSleait body .jaf-.il young, 'wd.niiin namrd: Mitinici Itick.s Wits fooiiil tiead i11'1 ltoo.se in Sydnej-jililCOi off Pi-irtttOgR-Btrecti, bntterodalid bfiiised beyoiid i-eeogniVioni and literally ponndcjl to duatli. The police piTitnp tly arresti-d a negro named iVederifk 3nr-lan,iw^o litld been liyirtj? wlt-li (he unfoi'tnnate woman, atid a nmri named Alfred .Tplmson, wlio liad lodged at the. house,, .'both being charged with wiifnl maider. SUoi-tIy aTter 3 o'ulnck the same morning tlie nogro, J.ordaii, arrived at the Port Melbourne watch house in a biv.athlpHS stuto, and iurormed tlie constable in e.hargw that a mui^der bad been committed at his honse. He told liis story with an nticoneeriied demeanor. Ho said he was 35 yeaiH of age and u wliarf Ja borer. He had been living wit.li the woman for some time past as her husband, and when lie returned home that night, shortly after after 8 o'clock, tbe yvoinun was out. fie had lioifi...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]long Police Court. [?] Cou[?] R. Cassin, and [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

[?] [?] [?] [?paipB^gi^arA weeks, p.nd toll aving ' tKij/Bittife cbiss - of liquor m^^KryB3. .:and .persons beiag served jS^tp^'jfe'''- asked^o a ? that occasion what. PjjpjBlimo fto-called :C lub liatl for sell^ a'faogks aiid r uJPs S^^bio JJ tigbes deposed to being with M.-Hardj when t bey visi Ey 0:^aoo--ceaDied bv taccnsed on last |g|igj^^tehtf 3'faere wprb eoveial tneii |g|E|p41j$. backroom an dtw& mien' lying* - man . kriownae B»^'wa3Bo.droakthftthocorild - Sga^etand up against the tor. Thu- Bmiilor ai. shandy aad accused was ' gSMTOb act ofsprving |him wUea._apmo . Wji&'-iook. the glass. Had ropeifcP^ly S^nvict^ criminBls in ihe Club and , MEref|UcntHd by the worst class of people BMralkHig.Op tbis occasional? board both H^.*tid profane language boing ^^gjjreyifwg ,10. going- intft- the' plu'-o. m^toor« in accused's preiniwi can be . B^Vr. Qonns-n. I have seen some of tho m|lBcn frequentiag the hotels iu town, ^MM at tho circaB. 'I have peverarres gjpjcy of th...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

'A'-JP*: Hiif ? is promised us mstead of the tim^h^ijoiOT^^^B -1 sailor '—^namely, a- sort of ,? ?'?paikw^gjB . straw made with, a turn -up; brim all but lifted rather more nt ths «ideBj «icb|^B finished with aband of narrbW: blaokTi^XNB^H tied in a neat , close bow \on the leftjBdg;gW either with- of -wiuioiif a /wing. idealhatf torooamng, «c,,aa wis uuimy twnrj light and not easily spoilt. 'Yon lma«^MS of the -qnalitiBs of a; VFtoama;?(-is ean be rolled up and put-'in Ute upon, and generally ill-treated witMM, showing a^^marks o^Bu^^ig. a medium, crown, d^ted iii;the 1^1 'moderate ? witti/ i.;:eim|^. J*itfii^iK ? Eitfiwof tiieie is. wtey mm, -from thfflr.Vary The prevalence of brotooi^nHb^^^^^ Almost ' *y&30D&: weara '^tihwv,- ronndly.^Wisuig tiem or oonijimniilg/^ina witli'faiht tpraifle,', we aie^»bfflng®^^ nfaA Mi^:beqMniB^J bm »ith ffliito^:'-c0Bt«ne' mAn ahlj-wia «xacfly mjit(ii-ti-fe coetem6J / wben tbg®*«g dist^y he faj^us,:iihABoya^ st^Hng^thi^lt^^a^

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POETRY. GRAPE DI[?]M. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

[?] Ifl; t :??' toftS®* rant'' f i \ 1||&^ things to come are bubbles, . ^. - ? ^Ji^-ThAt we have hkd is onrs ; ?; -'' ' |p|rtie frost* may d«om Hope's dearestbloom, IplSBut never Memory '» flowers. ' pP^*drrow' it is a maybe; - |g|Biii yesterday has been ; ^ S'AnaTfcar to-day ia here to say, '*.Wk«tuw *e wdl -are meu-5 ?? ' v .' ~ — Charles JVLunmii. fii'V'

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 — 13 July 1894

j* 1JW f9PiC - ~%f i adds. ' Cbilbaitia, - Sores. Wounds Ciiii 3rapi^^Bn^1^^Km?5UiieJ pJSE ,j^ :» iaienas; iSuj.; : Uie.M^oas'^HonaB :- ?- t that ^ wHaftcatw'. -If_ i 6ydnejv Fpvinilartot, '-aid - tfcs fc; tO ISi tt .arsww ;Sn«»!. ?'?'??-?' GeitijBiavteB (with 1b * iflfW fed 'LafcSlB.' VAtajMootoe's Ax: ftbH WliENT. fbt' Md. ; speedily caw® jaltaoros and keeps t ? Ijarge 'Pot8, l8 ; Ti^iofr Labels. the principal Ohcsueti* -aii4'Stt-ros,r wOi bothers, SydetSy, and all Wkoie . ? 1888, : .'*?'?''??? ''.v.,'-':-'-; ipd I ' , WM.MOOBE liT-Ct — — '/???'?V'- .? ?/ ?: — - 1( dresser 'and Tobacconist. ar- 1! ?.-? ' ? - ? ? ,»_??* . ?: ? . El. ? ? . - '?'??.??'rf, CY Goods and Chdirest Brands - , F Cigar) and Tobaccos *ept it renh ? ? -? - . ? I; „ t wo : .- _i_ , ot OyTeivB best BilliarS Tables.' i do« ®***'ck'ss Order % att ittentlvu cted .?- ? - / ,.-\'.-T ? ' g .^rt -r cejtt^ttjaEa^ x; '' wg 1 iib qJkD ia 6 t q: ' » ' ?^-M-«p«r?s'-BJiteK|r'« 3bhqpj ! lover WyelonK), ( ' ??» SupplylngGrocs...

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 — 13 July 1894

[?] delated hy_ the &trike%,^- ? Six rioters yr^re j^ii dead , t ^rtiic^ nsiutj ^thelepfi^eriu ~ ^0 8) .asit -bu$-rT^sli bring ba ni'xV^toiHday^oliitiW^ : a la^^ iiarabur df iSydaey milkm .Ib^ienncd. ?; fJSSOO reyvard haj been offeiW 1 the Queensland Government fur cc vlction of purwons concerned in t '^yi'h^.iric'Dowiisi shearing shed'tnee dinrhtni. *' . ' Charity begins Hfhpjpie — i«r t canjdi^tcN before the 'W.S.W. Eli tion«. .'' An Ex. M.L.A., was fined five nIi lingo last week for assault. It wo gainhjmany supjwrt. If.pply k *-]nal?±.ei, of wbatthe.lacl candidates suy tfaej will do — is doc The millen.ium may be expected Xmas Day. The Ht range actt Berpant'report off unr CpastiK said lobe h-e Icing i the U.S. W. Political Jonah. . . WorkuieiiH mi I way tickets wil l i Uvailable all day -!-ii the IVth July. Co^imiasiouer ICddy cannot cbmpi the;. r loss 'sustained by the railwu tUri»iigli carrying M.L.A.'a Gover nient.^ervsnts^^olice and their goo r ai ' ? u/OU ed 1 r-Ai ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Grenfell Elootorate. MR. R. M. VAUGHN AT WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

[?] [?] Wddre^^^^^ ^tori i^i^e Vn?ont] pgpL-|o'pij^pSi$.«iid InS^Swiifspeiw^iJ MJiii-ulsrif ?|iiir|^Dd ? sefti^Mbjlpredl hyvMT.'^nghn^..resident«'Of liyiiis attrntiofl .^jp tlic varioas^iniittcr* whi-h' he had asked to plaj-C l-erore th» iinpinhers trf^lie^Ministiy. ^ ^ - . Mr- Vaughn ;iaid that it Rhottld ! Srarcely be )iefe»siry:, f« r him tolntro.-i diiiip himielf W thrtrtiias liarin'g' ijiatDi^ luurwra years uerore iue counrry in tne ; capueity .of a rrpresentative his reputa tion as a public man, whrtlier it was: good or k-.d„shoultl Wprotty'Vell kboWn to tliem, - but there nero some pcojde from -other parts of the colony, Jinil the Oilier colonies on the field, aiid'jie would say for Xlieir information a few words regarding Jtis past life. ; Over forty years ago he was a minor on the gold fields of California, aud since that had pretty well spent his lift on the .gold fields of the colony. At the Groufell election iu 1879 the gold miners elected aim to a seat in the House, and...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Arrival and Despatch of Mails from Wyalong Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Arrival and Despatch of Mails from Wyalong Pest Office. I Arrivals. Mails arrive frinn Temora and Bm jawlmaii 011 Mondays, Wednesdays, and . {...J'riiL'ijai rit 10 ji.m. On Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays at 1 30 p.m. Fi-om Governinent. ,To«vuship and 10 lMile 'Tank daily (Sunday excepted) at. , 6.:ui p.iii From Ungario on Tueadji'ys and- Fridays I'.t 4 M.IU, Depaetukks. Mtiils depart for Baniiedmait and Te , luora dnily (Snuday excepted) at 5 a.m. For Gi^ernuient. 'Pownahip and 10-mile _ Tank daily -(Sunday excepted) at XI a.m. . '?;? For -D'trgarie on Tuesdays and Satur ~ . djiys at a.'IO pju. i \ Mails for these pluci-s closo at Jl.yO pn i^-ifUs: night. ; The Olfice is ojk'H daily for tho delivery if letters fi-om !t a.m. tot) p.m.. except on Kuud.iya, when letters are delivered from U a.iu. to l'J a.m. Money order . and Savings Bank open ds'lT (Sunday ' excepted) from 10 a.m. to (I t--ni.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUR OUTLINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

FOUR OUTLINES. A mouse saw his shadow on the wall. Said he : ' I am larger than an elephant ; I will go forth and conquer the world.' At that moment he espiod a . cat. . In the next be had slipped through a hole in the ?wall. Every day, from tlie time he was a boy. a |man walked alone in a quiet place and thought. And he doubted not it was the same man who had walked there for so many years. Bnt at length he came to know that tbe same man had not walked there twice. Death came tp the door and knocked. See- ' ing it was Death they barred tho door. - But Death broke do wu the bars and entered tak ing away, whom he would. Death came to another door arna knoclrea. Seeing it was Death, they opened wide the door and welcomed him. At this Death turned his back and «cnt, saying : ' Who desires me, I desire not.' Two ploughed . in a field. One ploughed' straight, keeping bis eyes upon the ground. No weeds' grew and he gathered groat, stores of corn. When he died hiB SOn inherited much, land:...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINESE ADVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

CHINESE ADVANCE. Vast and populous as China is, the ex perience of the present' century ^wiwtbat I she is wpak - for aggressive purposes. -''She has not the hold on- territory adjacent to her borders which she could claim 100 years ago. .. European nations are pressing on her, . both on the south and on tbe north. She hjis .been foW3ed;to:;-ieda Apportion (jf.hnr tec.-' ritory ib' England, and Bhe has been com pelled to avail herself of the help of 'Eng lishmen, both for simple 'admiuistration and for military command. ? . All these things show that an expansion of , the Chinese race does not necessarily involve an extension of Chinese dominion On the contrary, they fend to prove that it is the order introduced by European administration which leads to the multiplication . of these industrious people ; and there, ia. therefore, at least as much ground for saying that, Borneo, Sumatra and. New Guinea, and the great islands of. the Eastern Archi pelago may be ultimately peopled by yel...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vanity Fair. LONDON FASHION LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

'ry^ taiiity Faip. - ':'t v..;. '.V.^ . 'LONDON FASHION LETTER. ? 'i Seriously,^ I do .not taiow what wears'^ ?oining to in the matter of colours. Jam?; not bigoted, but I do tibink.pegah, lemoh,|; emerald green, forget-me-not mi n-bin'?- | egg blue, and choral color, are -too nuuhioBfj one hat. even when that One bat. I;u»v ;i lace, and the octoura aw with the exception'-' :~0 of the green and blue, of , the modest Jiue. K 'Yet that was the combination that J.met in ;'«Vy Regent' Street the other day, and was w struek that I profited by the- ifeu&em longed- study of somfer exquiedte jewefieiy ^^ to examine and enumerate 'the -Imleido- ^s® '-i ? -- ' - y jHedoleas to'..a-)p THE BEST : D&EESED WBltBei -m wear their rtie with a^diffeiMice;. bnt they '.-m have-set the h^a-ivj!li|igjandv3iote it will^ stopgoodnOw knows'i^Th'CTi^is np doiibfe-^ that the Dot wing room dresses were this ^i year mere than ever up to tbe sample^ ana a ' 'IS' good many of the best were of home...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIGHT TO WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

TBE RIGHT TO WORK. . The . Swiss Repnblic was the first nation in tbe world to incorporate in ite consti tution the right of the national legislature to limit the day's labor of adults^ It is now. -proposed through the initiative ' 'to. impose -upon . the, .national legislatnre the dttty ;.o'f ? OxerciaiBg this itight eo as to prowte om ploy ment 'for , pvery.citizen willing In ^woft; wit linable to obttun it. The propepitiiMiffo.t; which the^roquisite fifty tbousand signatilPeS have been obtained,' is . of -a niost sweeping character. 'Nojt4-nly does it demand fihorter houre of labor in order that inotci hands m^y be employed^ 'but it also requires the estebV lict-.mant. - of public workMiops ' ^Sand management of employment . briroaus by the state. For the'prevontion' of cnfoi^edidle ness through stakes end ' lockouts it maJ^B/ provision tor arbitration in -labor disput^B,' Indeed, it is not a«^le^W(tlmti8preBen^,' but a scheme of liws -ierfablishihg J^liB' ^gnt ; to vtbii,' whi c...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAWBERRY CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

STBAWBERRr CULTURE. On a small piece of ground one may raise all the strawberries a family can use, and perbaps fwroe to sell. Tie - strawberry- is a geneiSI' favorite. ? There is. no '-class of fruit §iat will give a better return for the work done upon it. While strawberries snoceed in every oharaoter of soil, they do 'best in a' deep, fertile, sandy loam.* Select a well drained situation; a fertile south slope is best. It is best to prepare the ground in the fall! To.grpwthe plants iD the fall-cover the ground with fine manure and then .plow or spado it ' six inches deep ; and in the spring work the soil into as fine a condition as 'possible before planting. If - you can give the beda top dressing of wood ashes it will be beneficial. I'or a home garden the matted row system is probably the best. For family use make beds four feet wide and let each contain three rows of plants. Use a line to get the rows straight. Between each bed leave a path two and a half feet wide, from which ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MIGNONETTE IN POTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

MIGNONETTE TV POTS. Very few plants are such universal favour ites as is thi' sweet-soented annual, and none are more easy to grow; provided one starts in the right direction. Use a compost of loam and leaf-soil in about equal proportions, .adding to this a little coal soot and mortar rubble Sift the whole rather fine, and use coarser remains for, tbe bottom of the pot. Over this plaae a slight dusting of soot, then finish off with the finer soil. L«t the surface be level and fairly finn, then sow thinly after having given a thorough water ing. The smallest atnnunt of soil necessary to cover tbe seed is all that should be used. The seed germinates much better if it can be kept close for a time, either by being placed in a propagating case or covered with a Sheet : of glass. But no coddling must be allowed after the seed has germinated; Keep the soil moist without being wet, or the seedlings are apt to aarap on. «or can one auora i them too much light, and they da much better upon a ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO MAKE GELT EDGED BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

HOW TO MAKE. GELT' EDGEEb ' BUTTER. ? While it 'is trne that good toolaalone will not make fine butter or rioh milk, yet) they are indispensable to encourage the average maker to produce a better arbole. Tools, are so oheap, too, thatther6onght to be higher standaru in the daily . output of the tunn, - ? In the first [lace, old dairy .implements that have been used for years, especially if they hare any wood about them, beepme so thoroughly soaked with old butter grease that it is impossible to make a fine article with them. 'The instant fresh cream er butter comes in contact with them, they take all the life and flavor out of the fresh article. For instance, « piece of '.board is often seen that is used in the dairy for mally seasons to cover the pans of mi'k, so that good- butter cannot be made from it. An old churn that smells strong, from age will rob the butter of half its value. Milk as it comes from the COW is rich in .hich - flwvnr hnt nf an exceeding perishable nature. To h...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOES MULCHING RETARD MATURITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

D03ES -MULCHING RETARD MATU ' BITS'. /It has long been known ti^at mulching of the 'soil does not Seriously 'affect the ac tivity of buds, and those portions of plaints exposed to the sun./ That seems to be a question of light and atmospheric heat, a notable instance bang the activity ofthe sap hi the o ise of sugar maples; and applicable to other trees and shrubs; The retardation ?f activity in title spring, for instance, -extend* ing only, to that part of thb above ground portion, covered by the mulch. This has beenlafely shown in.the mulching -of bushes, the gowebeny, for ilistanoe^- at- Experiment' -Station of Cornell /University as conduoted by Prof. L. H. Bailey, Professor of Horti culture. The buds 'oovered with mulch re*. Tnaineddormant, wliih! those exposed to the , air pushed its buds promptly, showrng that although .the ground remained frozen under 1 i*-- mileh. the buds exposed to the sir ex ' - fionnlusions :» ? ..ir'v . I' . V .v'j/j'' lald^down durlag^nnter./ ' TTl-'-...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST GREAT SHAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

LAST GREAT SHAKE. .The records indicate that people have been looking f or the end of the world at intervals ever since the world began, and predictions of this character generally roceivB very limited credence, bit1 when' a scientific man of the Btanding of Professor Rudolph Falb, of Vienna, makes a prophecy. of this sort it is -at least worth thinking about. ' Professor^ Falb has a reputation all over Enrope for meteorological knowledge, and; particularly for his extraordinary Familiarity with the 'habits. and customs of earthquakes. / His predictions of these iseisftiic disturb ances bayebeen remarkably fulfilled. His predictibn' ofthe -greatearthquakeat Zaate last i^r '.wM publiahed in ' the press dis patohes all over the ixmntry.the day before the earthquake ocourrei Another exalnple | of bis accurate. 'foreknowledge on jthis snb ? in the fact that'On March 31, frote to the ^orist Club, of ipting an invitation to leoture. 'iqoakes, bat '/adding thiA he f to deferlis il^ture unt...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Essayist. AN INCIDENT IN THE CRIMEAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 13 July 1894

The Essayist, AN INCIDENT IN THE CRIMEAN WAR. A mandate had gone forth' to the effect that a certain suburb of Sebastopol sheuld be raided by a seleet body of English. Tho attack was to take place at mid-day, when the enemv were at dinner. The venture was so quickly executed that it was completely successful. The occu Sants of die cottages had fled, leaving their inners untouched on the table and the canaries in their cages. In one cottage was found a child about six months old, clothed, and asleep in its cradle. An officer carried away the little one as a prisoner of war and sent the news of .his capture to head-quarters. Word came at once from Lord Raglan ordering that a flag of trace should be sent out next morning and that all possible search and inquiry should bo made for the motber of the child. Some of the officers were amused that so muoh trouble should be taken about a stray baby, but tho chief's orders bad to be obeyed. No mother was forthcoming, however, to aoknowieage tn...

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 — 17 July 1894

H. Soodbn's for Miners' tools and llaterials, next to Nixon's* '. School Books, Slates, -and School Jtoquisitea of all kinds arc now procurable jit|N ixopi.SUttionci^J.SnJL^' / 3ti Niibn's Stationer's Shop, has in stock, and-for sale cheap,1 a quantity. of Second-hand -Tools,' incluflutg tit:Sl£ws.* ? :. ' .' Patknt Medicines, including Pills, Oint ment, Eye Lotii4i8, etc., - at .. Mixon's H. ..^oiwsn's ..fol' ;Spring ^Btattrasses, yil tietldniK^iBftqt^ on tbe premit«Ssi: lfext to Nixons'* ? AccordeojiB, Concertinas, Mouth Organs ^nd|n)l d^cripticm of^llusical Instrumunte !At »itbniS.'«tn.taoners',Hall.f - Tobacco, Cigars, Ciscarcttns, and every thing required by Smoker's, at Nixon's ^ ^ « rig' ! Kead, mart, and' inwardly' digest that Nixon (Stationers Ball) nearly opposite thv 'B6st 'Office, is tho best and cheapest, anop in Wyalong West for all your re qnirements in Tobacco3, Books, Statioueiy, Mnsical lnatrumonts, Fancy Goods, ete.* . Wholksojie drinking Venter is a grcjat, , boo...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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