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Far and Near MOTHER'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
P«r and Near MOTHEH'S MISTAKE. .„ . ; j|j The piano is the chief thing, iu the Jray S.I ' ofwojaea's education. Sp IPugasa girl has ? „ to spend several hours a. day «t ber ;-uumc ?Z the cause of education muflt langnidi. There ; ? iB scarcely a mother .who in her owu-caae d'oeS ; '.'''iFj not kno w that (he i.piirn.flpent pn lunsic were . '' - Vasted. Tet she, insists that her daughter . shall repeat her experience.*-. These ;«he ;-4ie \- , werdB of a well- known and popular teadjer : in every otner resject an eaucanon or giris : ? ? , .- . j has made an astonishing advance.- -. In the : moist fashionable schools of- tbe town the -Wv. .yj girls tbat a dozen yearaago would-be Mn.- ? , j ishiug,.' as the term went, are now preparing ? 1 for ooileire. It is'-imppssibie. for a -teuiier^.'il. P-iJ now tp get a position in a city school unless.- - ' ; ] she is a college-bred womap, or'hasbeexi', specially equipped for a certain . branch; .,'' ^ Strangely, as it seems, while the sciences ...
CAFE FOYOT . [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
CAFE FOYOT . .. The Cafe Foyot, in Paris, that has been tbe latest yctim pf an anarchist blpw up, was always a favorite rendezvous of artists and literary men. That is why the anar chists, in exploding the place, maimed oue of their own poets You are sure to get a poet or an artist at Ibe Cafe Foypt almost any time in the day or at night. Although situ ated in the very centre of the Ifetin quarter, Burrounded by cheap restaurants, it is h-ot iteelfa chwp plape 'You pay quite as much at the.Foyot as ypu do pn the boulevards. Whistler, before he built himself ja'i Paris house, used to* 6tay at tbe Hotel Fpyct, to whioh tbe cafe belongs. fe. ? The proprietor is ralther fond of attista and he ktand&- good deal of impudence — them'sometiiues. ifot long since young English art stsldents 1 bad the oaf e. There was muoh laugh dinner, and oue paijticulir joke wi ov the wine that preceded it wot lent, tbat a yoiiug'm&n' leaned bs and went crash against . a wind was broken by t...
Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
Latest Telegrams. / , London, Thursday. The European fleets are protecting the treaty ports in Corea. Acting on the advice of China, the Coreana Imve withdrawn their promise to in stitute the reforms snggosted by Japan. China is sending another large force to Corea. a tnousana AnarcniKts reteanea from prisons in Italy have suiled for America. A plot ngainst the life of the Czar has beeudiscovered, aud t-hi ee arrests made in Paris. Notice has been given of throe hun dred proposed amendments in the,. Irish Evicted Tenants' Bill. Arrangements are to be made f«r| a trial shipment of live cattle to Eng-? land. | Latib. I The latest advice regarding the Coreail war, are that the Japauase troops are ad vancing upon the position taken up by thb Chinese and a collision is imminent, aim severe fighting is probable. The first fight between the Japanese and Coreans ft Sceul was not of a serious nature and top loss on either siOe was verv small. tS Russian press declares that the RusBiaS Govern...
Tourist. A JAPANESE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
Tourist. A JAPANESE COLLEGE OB' AGRICULTURE. The . Imperial College of Agiionlture at Sapporo, Japan, ispf more than usUal inter- 1 est to fanners, not merelj on aooount of tbe 1 character of tbe iostructien given there, but j also because of the influences whioh played | au important part in establishing it. Sap poro lies in the fertile valley pf the Ishikari j the inrgesttiver in Japan, and ou tbe bankB. of the Toyohira, ' the Ishikari's worthy tribu tary. It i. tbe oajntal of ibe northern and j colder island, Hokkaido, formerly called j v„.„ . i ? ? ? ? „f v.. ™i_ I recently been colonized from the warmer ' southern islands. European crops have been introduced.'- All the usual garden vegeta- ! bles do well. Potatoes,, com and cabbage ' have become papular ortioles of diet, al though they were entirely unknown to the Japanese a few yeats ago. Tbe com is usually dipped' in shoyn, a sauce made from beans, and roasted over a brazier the cab bages are piokled in Bait-,, cr boiled. Sug...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
General News. CiciLA Andiesom, the woman charged with the murder of Mr, Feasor, in Mel bourne, is still in a low state of health. She has partially lost control of her lower limbs. A hatch arranged between Messrs. ' Gundagai ' and ' Donald,' 100 birds, for £100 a-side and the cham pionship of Victoria, came off on D naay, at tne grounds ot mo met bonrne $ Gun Club. ' Gundagai ' won by 5 birds, the total being ' Gundagai ' 86 and ' Donald' 81. A ncuLiar accident has been sus tained by a child named Gorrie at Two mile Flat Mndgee. It was standing beside its father, who was skinning a sheep, and asked for a trotter. The father was in the act of cutting off the trotter when the knife slipped and slit the childs nose in two. The bleeding was stopped with great difficulty, and the child is now in a critical condition. Herb is a story which Baron Dowse, the celebratad Irish judge, once told : — *' I was down in Cork holding the assises. On the first day, when the jury came in, the offi cer...
THE LIFE OF THE FLESH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
. THE luIFE OF THE FLESH. The French call the blood ' running flesh the Bible calls it * tbe life of the flesh ' To th» naked eye it is a crimson fluid. A drop of it under the 'microscope shows, a nearly colorless fluid, in which floit cells, called red and white corpuscles and blood-plates. The red corpuscles look red only when Been in a , mass ; when examined under tbe microscope they are of a pale amber tiolor. There are about three - hundred times : more red corpuscles than white, but they are -slightly smaller. . A cubio inoh of blood contains seventy 'times as many red oorpuscles as tbe world does inhabitants. Their special xnis aon seems to be to carry oxygen . They g et a good supply in the lungs, aud rush off, brisk and rosy ; they return, blue, and loaded with tbe . poisonous refuse .for . which tliey bave exchaiged part of .their oirygen. . They are exceedingly busy, fpr thej imviBt make the trip from the lungs and back in about two' minutes. Perhaps tbe tiny _red cprpusc...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
MINING. Josephs and party's stone from Reefton mine 12 to 15 tons crushed at Temora only yielded 3dwts to tlie ton. j This stone is from the claim known as the ' Sydney Blokes,' and waa-saidto be mostly surface stuff gathered by the claim owners and sent to the battery. Mackey's paddock, Mnmuuburrali, lluii Kaan /VkiYt rilnful if ti«r nait. (Kins prospecting for gold, and lots of abandoned holes have not yet been filled in. And yet many persons wonder why private laud owners ^do not throw their properties open for mining purposes. The richest specimens yet obtained at Wyalong are being taken out of Conway's claim lately. Ou Tuesday we were shown some samples which for iisituiiil beauty and richness could not easily be ex celled. Some of the pieces of quartz and stoue which wns as large as a trousers button, were more than half gold. One specimen is about, the size and nhapo of 11 goose egg split in half, and must contain fully an ounce and a hnlf of gold. Several ounces of gold ha**...
The Essayist. THE SHOOTING OF WEISS AND LAURENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
- i s .. -j.v- ^ . v . ?; . .. p iijro^un k-. (THE SHOOTING OF . WgIBB AND When tbe Frenoh ormy tuaSvid -'Sedan,. Maorice Levouseur, one of-thaaoldidrB^of.tbo 3rd Corpa, meets his t^rin wtefe: -.SeaHette, ? and hiB'brotber-in-law, Wedfflj jl^ pvenaeer, in a ;clotb factory in tbe town. Hkdjame' Weiss is osu; of tbe most.' iwr6eable''wpineii M. Zola bae ever created. ; Jean- MaCquart, Huomer souuer oi ine am AjorpS! vnas Maurioe ! with bis retatiVM, atid'-,tben seee Hennetta.fhrt e fint timie. ; : He notices, the exif^idingryTesemblaiicejof&ety'inB . . * And yst iill tbe di^reUoe pf &^r natures showfed i,bieIfat,thiBy«ytnomOTt; be,'wifli : m^HOT-narouBneis . of a ? woman— brpken ;|iy'tbs malady v rf; bis ppooh,^ and- p^iating i^rDDgb ^ie bistotic^land sdniBl ihnmB/qf -ba WeisB, who is also b. £ne and beautiful. | creation, goes across to Bazeilles to look after I a Jpnall property tfiero, which he fears will be endangerod.by .the advance of tbe Germans. He has promised...
DID NOT WISH TO BE EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
DID NOT WISH TO BE EMPEROR, j He Rev. Dr, Bernard Rogge preached the eermon in tbe Versailles Palace on January 18,1871, when the German empire was. pro claimed, and ever -since he haB been known throughout Central Europe os the consecra tor of Germany, in a lecture given bv him in . Vienna early this month he told pf & remarkable interview; whioli he; ha,d -*itb the King of Prussia three days' before tj^ie great ceremony. King. Wiliiain roquegted . him to make the' sermon short BJid exclude from it 'as far as _ possible' jJJ ^eferences to the bo nseof Hph^roUefe ah dite liead. ' ' For I bave not done it,' saSd old William.' ' God in His providenoe aoMStepli^ied it. I shall' find It wfBoult -to acdEitiiM^ 'rriyself tb . my, new title of empetor.-' lTy Wn wish was tbat atmy advaaoed a^ I auE^ flv(»id. the bonof, although my Bon'-iijgUt 'bti ciilifed to accejpt jt j but motters havgfeftii^il opt iii suoh a nay. that I is^ so lons^'dd^iyibing' euttake-it.' . ' . f-::r i.', '.. ...
WEARING FLANNEL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
WEARING FLANNELl! A groat deal is said in regard to t! : it of scarlet flannels, but it must lie ?(! bered that although warm and tlii wear is needed during cold weatl , j, children cannot wear colored flaunt] there are some individuals to who: ' and shell fish are rank poison. yj; especially those dyed with logwoct wood, are known in some instances the skin of acute feeling, while on - , hand, flannels colored with cochinc.iL its sensitiveness. To some it prodt] tation beyond endurance, and to |. acts as a curative for rheumatism 1 ralgia. For these reasons white M the safest. r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
Local and District News. At* meeting of the committee of the Church of . England, Wyalong Weit, held on the 17th. init, it was jvsolr&d to postpone the proposed concert owing to the .inclemency of -the weathbr. The date of holding was fixed for Wednesday 8 th. August, 1894. Mr. W. J. Byford, owreiarj. kuiuiv voaieaiea iu reorsuuie the same. - Wk are pleated to note that a few of onr resident* zre commencing to form small gardens about their ' homea. We feel . sure that Vibere are many spots inrnnd. iwh£w'*«iceta]ble« can be 1 grown with but litUe touble, and it should not be ne^saiy'to^wint out the adtanlasn to be^nvo3Jrop«yen'a ,«m«ll-girden M r. Psbcival, tbe local C.P.S., has been anthoriaed - to issue woodcutter's and quarrying licenses. Licenses may be talfen yearly, quarterly or monthly. Tac contractors for the erection of the two public school buildings at each town are making good protean witb their work, aud tbe completion of the contracts is only a matter of a fen ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
Wi notfl tlmt homo of our towns people Imvu formed n ' Wyjilong West. Advance Associulion.' The title 811UHUH well, and we have no doubt, whatever that t.l'ose who have banded themselves together for the purpo.se of wutcliiiiff over the in tereMts of Wj'ulorig Went, Imve done so with the very best intentions. There is not much differenct* in the two names, 'Advance Association' und ' Pi-ogress Committee,' and we pivHame that the moribund condition of onr loonl Progress Committee is t4ie actual cause of the advent of the new committee with its slightly different, name. In ult movements, where the welfare of the public is at stake, certain conditions should be observed, otherwise there is a risk of oauginj? the defeat of the pnrticulur pnrpose for which the movement waa originated. If this Association is going to undertake the neglected duties of the. Progress Committee, would it not have been well 'to be off with the old love before yon are on with the new.' 1 11 other words, would i...
THE BATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
THE BATH. ' ] i. Every now and then comes a diV1. a physician, 'Don't bathe ever*1® daily bath is weakening ' — this in ? ' But the duly bathers know that tol one day, an entire ablution of the discomfort, a something missed V' waking ^jventy-f our hours. FatliB^ the famous water-cure practiBfJ Bavaria, whose hygienic oode iv)11 chief point to harden ami stawnl body, tolerates no. warm batns m remedial, medicated ones, bat wil n patients to take cold baths verj 1 s putting on their garments while t C dripping wet, ana getting warm ai -fa immediate active exercise. A bath r o no means a necessity. A basin, rie of water, a piece of oil cloth or a en of worn carpet or blanket, or qn Turkish towel to stand on, anothe ?- e towel for drying, and a pair of hut ff'f or a square of flannel, or even the 1 me and a warm room, if possible— tli( tut chief needs. A soap bath onne sri week is desirable for cleanliness, tiee the soap scrubbing need not take obi minutes. No better soap can beu -pe p...
SORE THROAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
SOEE THEOAT. f ' Sore throat' has come to be J term for several specific affeoticml mothers become panic stricken at I mention or indication of sore thr« part of her children. Indigestion® siDie lor at least tnree-mtns oi chub throat, and the worried mother urn I understand why her children -im taking cold, will find a«olution toll and girl's fondnes? for rieh food, saq It is a mistake to declare that tliSi oold, it is merely an attack of m stomach. These attacks usually oaw night. They are aocompanied bn breath and coated tongue. A doiH syrup of rhubarb, castor oil or H with a light diet for a day or.twoiB relieve it. — Airs. F. M. Smith. V
Agriculturist. THUMB—PRUNING TREES AND SERUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
Agriculturist. . THUMB-PKTiNTNG TREES AND SHEUBS. ' Nip it in the bud,' is an old saying, bat contains a remarkable amount of good com mon sense, and when the application is made to tree growth, it is of great importance as regards the future shape, value and health of tile tree. Upon die large limbs and trunks of trees, buds arel pushed forth that, if not removed in the ealrly stages of growth, will cause an unsighiy tree, if left several years before re mo.val, it may result in the decay of the tree/at the point of removal, or. — — U.. UV* UU auu. uouuuiu » pail, Ul TOMS tree, will often make it a difficult matter to reach among the limbs to gather the fruit. AU of this trouble may be avoided by promptly pinching or rubbing off the outof place buds as soon as they appear. On trees planted only a few years, this is an easy matter. An active man will hand-prune many small trees in a day's time, and it should be done several times each summer for these suoculebt growths are not confi...
LETTERS TO PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 27 July 1894
LBTTER3 ,T0 THE PRESIDENT. About 200 letters a day ar£ sent to Presi dent Cleveland, all 1 of which ;are acknowl* edged by lis private secretary. There is nothing imaginable whioh somebody at some time has npt taken the liberty of begging at the hands Of 'thb Oocupant of tbe Executive Mansion. . The absurdity nt a ? ? ? l ? l._ ii..' ? ? WA. u tvuucoV! VUl^-DOOlUO MJ UUMLtS 111 bW muro probable.. Here is a single sample; Honorable Sir : . Setiug- by ' the inclosed article in the newspaper that you. hare oeen presented with' a fine- Iitter of i pups and- net too wing as you/tre in need pf '.so many pups in W a^hingion, and being freiy fond of pups and detiring one to train' as coming from tb-t White House, I, take' pleasure hereby in taking the liberty Jo ask, Honorable Sir, in case it is agreeable to you, tbat one pup ifi to be forwarideil .to me, aad' Jl will be grateful, having voted for ; you every time you was to be voted fpr.