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THE SOLIDARITE OF THE FREETRADE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

Tftg SOL.iniKIW OlP1 THE FJtEpTKAftK PAHIT. Mr. Carrutliore, wlio i* among the fu^rdeit worker* in tlie eau«6'bf *free tri|dp,' gives an iiiterestiUK jipvpunt in ?noth^ pari. -|f fo-il(iy:!i pre- seat, condition and ('Ifo pltorts being made to coiiaolidate the pprty in prp parationfor (he polling day;' . AHusioa u mada to the loyal devotion given to this arduous task prominent ehani pioiis of f reetr^de: He i* quite con riiuuwl thtt' Sir J/miri' Pirlnm llmnnl. he has plsaeif federation in l{ie fxre fiont, m» Ijeartily with them iii ilieir efforts to seru re a triumph for freo trade, while the freelrade xelcrtcd ritiidi dates tf-roiig[iout'tlie co'iiilry pre work ing spijrfly iliider the lcaJerxli jj) and di rection of ' Mr- Heid, the freelr»de ieadei'. As for the frerlrnde eiindiilateg: i»-!ip: have not been seleeled mid yeimnaiu iu tlife Jjeld, dniiKerously sp|illinK tlie pnrty, it is for the freetrmle i-leelors »ho are Jookilitf at the)!ame to *ay whether they will- 'eneoiirage tl...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wyalong Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

Hl^yAlong Progress Com - p „ . tnittee. te-T«R ^ «xth .meeting of tlie VVy*long ||jP^res«^;niUillei* wu iftist Jfri P|»y-«iitbit ^itjb.V tljorc §§$0$' t'ewpraie ? (clinir- ? Co oniin ?^Serrttarj j :' .-' motion trli ie'i.^iirii* (ITaikmihI ^aff^r^rtaiu .'.ortiiii I ' ii'm tteu liad bewi BWBMMwMtfejwVSiiat iiie Mi 4»ltr fori' Mjia9yafflW-l^ ; ?WWWgfe^i^W»..-«,T«WKlWiM' A.fl.'Uinittee : ggMaWfWW flic ^Wreation ?grnuii^ ] ^iat%i-rtjii i I) kMitl timT'h ili n h - ^ j wifadi1 =tlie :- to Jt'h 'in ftiu Hern -of : tlie 8^®^!^!''' ' * * n 1 lMn'' f j utTX '' WW p.ut«nttjt^ie,din»ioa ^odngV W-*tons, bp obtained «nd' @H^rap@jra0.M tb*7Gbxcrn;ot«iyorA : labd% ar^i^i:# ^^8^K^^i»Bfe«S»ted thnt tiiefSpeii-iii. At tent inn w^^.tlien eallpd to tbe«tate; jaf T^tlre r^iid llariies , a ud JVo- hi* . «r-il un teered ,%o: wait oii -»jl oi iiieHt iinlilWJt, aJfli i.i |U*e opon tl.iem tlie-»u'i.1»W)iiij,^-f i.'learutgl,lie ?ti'eet*. ; Tli/ ineefti}^ then qdjouraed iintil We(rae«d«yfeyenitig. -. ; ' v. .',...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

General^le^tlons. Tlie fi)lli)wiiig are H|e retarn^ t-- hand allowing candidate® either re tui'iied or leading tlie 'pill at- latei-f aei!C|upt» FREBT^AQE. W. H. Malion v, Aiiiiunil^le. W. McMillan,' Burwtipd. W- H. Wiik'K, liiflmqiti Nortli . 1 J. Graham, Beliiioie Divifiion. M. fja'fi-ti Dcniwiu IJiyiKvon. I). R. Wiw. Flinders t)i vision. H. Cbapinan, Fitai-oy Qivisioii. , J. A. Hoguc, Gleiie. j Q. H. Reiil, King Uivinion. J. S.;ll^;tiio|*ire,.-L«*i(:hl|nnlt. . ,;..j W. C. Sinp^y, Paduiligton. J. H. Cai-i'iitbers, St Geui'ge. Sir H. Piirjces, Sf; Leniiiii-ds. I). Tliomson, Wahriuguli. (i. Andi.*i«oii, Waterloo. A. Knox, Wool lali 1-9. J. F. Cull en, AVilloughby. S. Smith, llatlmi-st. II. H. Bi'i-wn, Dnrham. A. Campbell, Illawarra. W. Miliarjl, Moniya. R. Jones, Mndgep. J. Gillies, West Mnitland. J. N. Brnnker, East Maitianil. P. H. Moreton, Shoalli^veu. F. Farnell, Rydp. J. Garmid, Shci-brooke. . , — Abbott, Ctinipeidown. — Martin, Bligh Division, — Wbidden, Cook Division. L. C.H....

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The V.R.C. Grand National Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

?? Meeting. '' ' Tije Victoria Kaoing Club's Gnmd NiiVuml Meotiug .was brought to' a close ou Saturday aftcruoou. . Tli^ weather duvinj; , t»hu liioruiag wds auytbing but fiiy.jrable1, steady 3.i.-king ra'ius liaviag fallen. Shortly after noon, however, the clouds cleju-cJ away, and the suii uhoae out '' »u» inn gniuuu was very heavy, and caused a groat deal of anxiety to the backers of horses earryiug heavy weights. . Seventeen boF30S; saddled up lor tlie Open Hitrcllo Race: Ajpsley's Victory in the Granil Natioaal -Hurdles brought him i:ito s&o.|g request, and tbe gallant soa of. Wellington was backed dowtj to 7 to 2, *h'il«.0 ~t*-: 1 cbUl| faava been' obtained about ''tlib' Sydney ^representatiVe. The fuvorite Was olway«Jpromineiit, and after paBsinjj tbi; Bhedito^ie finish was .left to Apsley aofe jreli^ tm' Grund ifational finish being repeated. .^^8, was a Sydney tip, aiid butfor fftHiug^ovS^' Aaarro*?, 'the sou ifagilit 50'uld liave interfered with tho favorite; Auarr...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WORD TO FARMERS AND SELECTORS. TAXATION OF UNIMPROVED LAND VALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

A WOH D TO FARMERS AND SELECTORS. Taxation of Unxmpboved Land Valpk.s, Titr principle of taxing land ralue« j wljiek . is ' adyocated by the Freelrade party docs ijot mean additional taxation. Nor is it a tax upon laud, nor iijioh individuals, but is simply the e!imi-Jiii« of the iaridence of taxation by n levy upon the State-earned incremental land yalue», in order to free individii'il effort flllil ' iinllt«tn» .fmtn IliA tiou^ with which it is jjow surrounded'. Ut wijl not be a bur^fl itptwi furtiier« and -.'selectors, wlio iise their land, be cause tlicy will save probably at least 10 times the amount of tlig~lax by the abolition of the Customs duties, which they now pay on almost everytiiinK they consume, as well as oa, their plothiu» ®nd the implemelfts tjiey require io en able them to carry on their bus'mesg. The following table, conipili-d from the latest figures of the Government Stitist c an, Mr. Co^hlan, should satisfy the farmers nud electors, whose sympa thies Sir Georg...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICS AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

POLfriCS AND TUK PHESS. -Out of the ehutitiesserovrd of pn trio's who wpre crowililiii up to sarrifiec them ceiv.pH on the altar of liieir . bleeding Bounty, only live joiinmlisN can- be foiiml. ft is oidy 'fsir to the Fourth K«t ate, however, to point out th&t this baekwnrdneF* iu eomilig forirnrd dors not nriHe fro|H n(iy laek of patriotjam, but fronitbe fnet tbut divers other cares are Dressing hallv on its members now. LWejitOMt imiongst these cares is a start ling ar(i.-le in -a mvdieal jiewspaper. which' leads c-ff by asking 'Should journalists marry f' and then en.lea v-oilM t't pr-ive that they slioulil not. This, however, is the very tliiiig tllut my misguided liretlnen will persist iiidoing. i\o ]ires-ni-tii' |'k to jioor (h-Mi /icf i(;on--: siders it his duty to refniin fr07u Ueppiiiji.v one wife, and it freqiiprfl/MiSppertSjibflJ. the unfortuiiutp ^i^'ih'e'ir^fnimly wipV' iii;' an 1 ? nriicle in gj)oslion (Ipivi not ''imriii that j-m I-II.T 1 irjJ n ore inn j-o-r...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

H. . Soiidkn's tor Bliuui-a' 'tools and fttat'eriiilA, uext Nixou's* . ll. Sotrur.s, next to Nixon's Statiouer's Shop; has in stock, aind for sale clienp, n . q uontil y of Second-luvud^ Tools, including Pit Suwa.* 1'atknt Medicines, iacludirig'Pills,' Oint ment, 'Eye ; I ii -t ii .ns, etc., at Nixon's (6tAtioifcrifHi.il. )?? - u ! *? U. Sdudbn's for 'Spiin!- JMiittrasser-. AU i.-hr3sei of lleddiug linide oil the piwitiUes. : NfXl- lr- Nixoii'n* . Acwi'teons. Conc(!i-tiu.as; Month Org.-ins and |d| det.ciiptioji.of Mmid! ta-truniente. at Nitou's. St-itionvrs* Hull.*. ' : Tobico#), Cigili-s, Oitr.'»e(feK,' and every ttiiiur roquired Jiy. Smobi^-s, r.t Nbiou's: -Statiotiein' Hull.* '' SxrKE.ir. itcmfi:: iuchi lin r f.Jm repor! of ii Progress t-oiiimillee nii-iMing ill ' tV ynloiig-, leader, iMid^oiui^eontrib-fti' i s Imvc been uiinvoidnbly, Jielil orci; li.'l iioxt issue. ip yo'a desire your railway parcelB, lafge or 8iuh.11, carefully handled, and forwarded |K?«- reliable carriers, se...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGAINST CHINESE SUNDAY SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

AGAINST CHINESE SUNDAY SCHOOLS. Press despatches bring the intelligence of ; trouble in Chicago over the Ghinese Sunday school question ' If -CHioago enters is# [l internal dissenrto'ns with the same torraiit-rS energy whioh die d- -flays »rluan . oombihed against a opmmoH enemy, the - proa poet . of a genera! falling put there. oaiuiot but make the hardiest sEudder ; but possibly the pre sent difficulty nmy he settled without vigor ous measures. ; '; The trouble in question seems to have been brewing fbr some time. th| actual outbreak being precipitated by a -reoent banquet tendered their teachers by the Chinese Sunday Sohool of - the lint Presbyterian Church. We need scarcely say, perhaps, that it is the Chicago-men who are nsing up' against the Chinese Sunday school. Already they are organized under the titte of the Anil-Chinese Sunday School Society. The society .propose to 'agitate -against the custom of allowing young girls to not as teachers in Sunday sohoofi where eaoh l.n* ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VARIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

VAtoom ' A Frenoh inventor makes Brtiifioial mar- . Vi- : ble from limestone . ;' .-jS-- ' ?? i£ dry«ir *t -2 degrees souhd 'tovi^. at ,: :' ic 9«3-r.XMt i:.st^feidjin::J^ter, 4,^;^*^-^':^ ?lieo^A'. /./? v . ,i'' Himga^a '.iar'jpiar tO inake from . ?''vk* [?]

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMENTATIONS OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

:i^ai)ina!iks&dw olyUM [?] own, and leaving itto nettles, stonai, thistles i and wire' worms, should spend his* whole J . time in demanding neighboring fields whioh are not his. The new woman will not even look at the extent of ground indispntably her own, whioh die leaves nn weeded and nn tilled. Not to epeak of thei entire guidance of obildhogd, which ' is certainly already - chiefly in the hands of woman (ana of which her use does not do her muon 'honor) ; so long as she goes to Bee one of her own sex flaiuting in a lion's den, the lions being mean while terrorized by a male brute ; so long as she wears dead birds as miHinmy and dead seals as coats ; so long as she goes to raoea, steeplechases, coursing and pigeon matches ; so long as die ' walks with the guns ;' so long as she goes to see an American lashing hones to death in idiotic contest with velo cipedes; so long as she courtesies before princes miu euipeiuitt wuu - ruwuru uuu wiu ners of distance rides ; so long as...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BONES OF OUR BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

'j&\-y*£T7T- There appears to 1*T3iffei3^ Ss ' to the number of bbu^ in iho tuman-body-. Bninent spectaliste . vwry iffwn wliiohiaa-mostj-einai^^lPdifftireBe0.':-JI$9_;- oraruum oonsists of ^ight-diife^eut vbcfpcs 'Riere Bie fourteen bonbB flf the.Jfi^,.'b&iBM j thirty-twotoeth. T^iCre-are foui;*?ery ^stoall ' ^ bones in each. ear wjjd. oi^-atvtllfejW^lif^^- i] tongue.: 'Head- ' -bpyfe' nbot, ^ Thespine TOnbumstv^ityfonx pieoee, ^tal]ed :;4 vertebrte, and betweMi ^De8e:-«a(l extremities -are four ? bones more. ' :1he^ ais . i.'® ? tweuty-fo^ribSM4»-Ti^M#bbne^ri6aitaa£,^;rr \!'p. down ihe^piyaie ?is, commonly - called, the body .^fifty^- three. ; thirty- two - pieo^r iyn. .ojaSh^Mi'- i- lower -extremity- inoludes. thirty bones,eqaaI ,; to'isif total a40;^'..--'V.4- ... 'V:

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VENUS OF MILO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

TIJE VENUS OF MILO. Many learned'men have disputed on- the problem, 'What has the Venusof Milp done with her armsf ' Henry Rochefort- considers it within -- his power to throw light upon the question. In a recent French publication ho mates the following statement, substantially.: - My uncle, M. de St. Maur, had for his first wife Mile, de Riviere, sister to the Duke de Riviere, who was minister to Constantino ple at the time when the peasants while digging at the island of Mclos discovered the statue of tbe Venus, which has occasioned so much- admiration and dissension. I was a child, but I' often heard Uncle de Maur talk of the events and proceedings at the time the statue was discovered. I did not lose a word of it. Moreover, I have often talked with my father concerning the mystery about the statue's arms. Here are the circumstances : It wasDumoLtd'Urville, at that time (1820) a lieutenant in the French navy, who re ceived tho first information of tbe discovery made by the peasa...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GARANGULA GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

JUttGARANG UL A GOLD- , j FIELD. V' .IT. Smith and- patty, in the next .-*' M.y. to the Stntwstuck, bottomed on :? , k»-UI y-.-ntf:rdii.y /the prospccts giving i -4rrp. k» Sgra to 'the di.-ili, Thrgeothcr . vhisVus. iip the name golly bottomed vfl'i -guild, the prospects going from In to 4gr*. The host pro/ipeef* on ? 1 (. 4 ? ? i. .: ' _ ..i....-..' - ? ?.!?»!!« ilio llliw ll^lll? UDIilllllKl III tiiiH nud the Str.vwstiii-k gully, and h f.i'«t waHj li^ve shifted from -Jn- iu,mi j.'aMy .tQ'lb-ntf pliwes. As lii^ti -11 'W^ti -.jHjr disjj in lu-ilig won. .?JJfjslei-diiy. arltaif-oniice ^ingget was lltv ,li I Irffl iu tjlis gnll^. This is the slog^-et. obhiiiiuil. The gold is niDch -!o^i'«et' t,h4ii in tlie main and gullies. Two loadii, washed ?w'stli a-ci^ojlo on Tiicsi)ii_)', a ic L,vltii-rj of Udwtfl. Suvenil cnid ps are ji»4 are ..aim two Jet-ger ^laobim* aiid air A. B.C. mai;hine. , , A t l-gmin vias let^iyed ftom vC^Arq it-r j|a fiom Mr. IJeiif'iJsbQriie, -±'.u- of the disputed p...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spare Moments. USEFUL TO THE LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

Spare Moments. USEFUL TO THE LASr. , j A woman utilised the high temperature of her phthisioal husband for eight weeks : before his death, hy using him as an incu bator for hens' eggs. She took a namber of eggs and, wrapping each one in cotton bat ting, laid them alongside the body of her husband in tbe bod, he being unable to re sist or move a limb. Fifty was the number of eggs first used as an experiment, and after three weeks die was rewarded with forty-six lively young chickens.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PE[?] VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

[?] pj|^$ri.Wi- ' W( 'I*,;' Iwwi'wr 'uHm*; £\ I f' '-'') =1^1 'lie barque .fui-kMUl what is 'i'li.vw #s « lengthy. Illiid *'. j»'-HT- ''k !'!,s * -«?? Tbe ytwfcfl' S^-ni«it. wtUi .tiniVty ..sailed ?'; f(.$J& ^ffi^dHwsirffaU as fur Itack «i» March t u»et. w-th a %..{V-W*t-.--iin'of heavy gules nod harri ^;'ii»ie -(ji«:iJlsi. - Durihg the fwelve ||dayi» l|»e -stoi'iiiR lasted, tbe vessels spjeeKs \\tre const an t.iv nnuer water, gfpfpe '«», . xvtyeb boko ori board gpiypaged the wheel.. ... , Ordinary fe|w]ifitQf. f'^luwed ibis rough experi ence until reaching t||e Cape of Good | Hnpo, when heavy gales again set in. i^vlt was nothing but a .series of gales | Jill the way front the „Cape to pape |.Jfttwuj,'' said ihe mate, w ana tbe & decks were hatdly ever dry.' The ^^naves filled the decks to the rails, *vsi«d tbe lives of the cpew were in i? ronscqaeace in -great danger. In lat. |fj4Sdeg- 5min. wrath, long. 58deg, cast. I^ti. ' iinhfMitiliy violent galo from. |JiionHi...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIGNIFICANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

SIGNIFICANT. ? Carrie — ' And what did papa say when you told him this morning t Did he make anyobjections f' Harry—' Only one. When I told Mm we. shouldn't marry for a year, he wanted to know if I cpuldn't make it a week. Se said he was afraid it would be a slip through as usual. What- did he mean-by- aB nsial, darling f* -,'| . Ganie— ' Oh, -if e otly papa's way. of -talking. : But I think he's right, and just to please him, you know, perhaps after all j -we'd' better-marry next week. But, Harry, ifs very sudden 1' — CasseU's Saturday Jour nal. j

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN END MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

. ; AN END MISSING. ' . ~ i Irishman who served on board a man- 1 of -war was selected by one of the officers, to haul in a tow lino of considerable length that was towing over Ihe taffrail. . After \ pullingln forty or fifty fathoms, which had j put his patience 'severely to proof, as well as every musole of his aims, . he mattered to himsdf : ' Surely, ifs as long as to-day and to-morrow 1 Ifs a good week's work for any five on the diip. Bad luck to Ihe leg or tne arm itrii leave at last, wiiatl moro of it yet F Oob, murder ! the clay's mighty deep to be sure I' After continuing in a similar, strain, and conceiving there was ' liltle probability of . the oompletion of his ; labor, he suddenly stopped short, and ad dressing the officer of the watch, exclaimed: Bad manners to . me or ; -if I. don't. think somebody's cut off the other «nd of' it I' — Argonaut.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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SOME QUEER BREAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

SOME QUEER BREAKS. Pat isn't the only creature in the 'world who makes those absurd remarks ws oall - bulls. Frenchmen, jEngltshmen aiid all ] others Juake thorn with equal frequency. Even Ajnericans make them, as -Witness the statement made, by ' a writer in one of 'New York's 'best evening papers, apropos of the .death of a great American states- ; man, soxne' mopths ago, -Mr. SoBndeo, wrote tilis Btnnge individual, '' spoke no last mods/ __A Franch bnlL all the worse for ibaving There is also a note written by C his wife; whioh ha sent home with a of .- provisions, the postscript to read : p ' You will find this letter at the ' of the basket. If you should fail to let me-know as soon en possible.'— Herald.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VERGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

THE VERGER. J . Daniel O'Connell made a pilgriinage^| shrine of St. Thoinas of Canterburjlfl year, and he used to tell the folio win dote about his firat visit : . ' I did no|^| the exact spot where the saint fell mi«H but the verger showed it to mei. down and -kissed the stone which l9H ceived his life -blood. The verger, inlH told me that he would be dismissed 1H saw LUdL ue auowea any iropisI^H there. I, to console him, askedhim hlH and he told me it was a shilling. him half-a-crown, saying the additio^H and sixpence was for : his fright^H thanked me, and having carefully- lool^H into the grounds, he said : ' He's not^B fdr, you may kiss it again for ni^| When a real gentleman comes, I let as he likes/ ' I think,' added O'C^H ' that he wanted another half-a-crowi^H though I was never in office, I rcmai^H that occasion under the crown.' Barry.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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CHILD MARRIAGE IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 20 July 1894

[?] just pulish«fi)y , Cmnamission ^^wching «&out ft UMifW W^KMIUWU, fWMi yeirB old; to UxsT Kathecme ftegepald^fiiB eonsin-german, abou-; thirtrtn -yeart^Gt ; I -gave her in 'the chapel - there and }--Way ' , - j ians^buadas well as thoee bf grecitefr iffe. ' . The wedding dinner and supper l gave them; , and -the rest of the dny till 12 at : Jiight ^-waS spent in danoing, etb.,' and they lay i^foy . - : house.1 X 'did duties and oommanded uiMn - to God's 'blessing.* It is ^remarknbla how unoonsoions he appears to be ef the ia- „ propriety, pf^such a union.'

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