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THE LIVER IN THE SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

THE LIVER IN THE SPRING. I Tho liver, locatod on tho right sido, below the right litug, its lower edge being directly undor the short ribs, and extend ing acros3 to the left side, is not only the largest gland of the body, but is one of tho m.) ;t complex in its workings, and, like a delicate picco or machinery, is easily thrown out of order. Upon its proper action depends the mental and physical welfare of the body. Any one of the fol lowing symptoms indicates its departure fsom health : — Symptoms. — Headache, sallow com plexion, gradually increasing constipation', disinclination to exertion, vertigo, dizzi ness, highly coloured urine, a 'splendid' feeling to-day, and a depressed ono to morrow ; pain under either shoulder, and undor ribs on tho right sido; uouralgia, yain of chest, heartburn, indigestion, en largement of side below tli'j ribs, dropsy dropsy of the abdomen, dry mouth ; brown, flabby tongue ; occasional chills, hot flushes, moth patches on tho face, yellow ish eyeba...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. H. R. HARWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

. MR. H. R. HARWOOD. Mr. Harwoxl being about to return to Melbourne to play a short engagement in tho Bijou Theatre, previous to taking the business management of the Opera House under Messrs. Brough1 and Boucicault, we deem it a fitting time to give a short sketch of this worthy and prominent actor. Mr. Harwood was born in London in 1830, and was brought up to his father's business, that of a builder and contractor. Thoroughly mastering its details, in 1852 lie decided to strike out for himself, and seek liis fortune in that golden Continent, Australia. While assiduously following his calling, the genius in the man would unconsciously assert itself, and but waited an opportunity for development. Tht oppsrfimfty-prasentsd'Stself in 1855, when ou'a visit to Sydney, I10 made his first ?appearance on the s'tago at the Victoria Theatre, in the character of Flaville Corunna, in the play of ' Brutus.' This was during G. V. Brooke's first engage ment there. After playing a round of utility...

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BOYS WHO TALKED IN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

THE BOYS WHO TALKED IN ? CHl/RCH. . Tlin hoadlo not a pood liiif Htiok, Thicker than uiKdo'R thumb. Oh. what a frpht thoso boys woro in To seo tho beadlo 6omo ! And thov woro turned out of tho church .. And tliov woro soundly boat : And both thoKo wicked, naughty boys 'U ent bawling down tho Htreot. Mr. W. F. Caunt, of f'ampordown, lian in troduced a phosnhorisod iron and quinine tonic which should be UHofnl to tho«o in want of a rostorativo. ? It ih corUinlv OTeoedinjyIy woll oompoundod and should rank high among1 family inudimncH, 'We aro requested to draw attention to tho salo of land which is to takn placo noxt wook at tho new township of Thornloipli on tho HoriiHbY llailway lino. PurchaHorfl will havo tho choice of extrotnoly easy and convenient tormn, and as Thornleiirh is tho liiurhoRt point between' tho Parramatta and Hawkonbury river*, its clmnf* is most HalnbriouH. For full particular# Tiopalo wo would draw onr readers' attention to tho announcement upon

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

DOMEST!C. 1 Before giving my menu recip03, I sliall say a few words to-day, on that important subject — Domestic money mattera ; or how ' How to be happy, though married.' She i3 a wiso wife who can, steer between ' penuriousne33 and recklessness. ihe penny soul never, it is said) came to two pence. Tho mistro33 of a -well-ordered home ta'ces a broad and liberal view of things. Whilo cutting lior coat according to her cloth, and as' much ' as ' po3siblp shielding lior limband from tlio constant demand for money, which few '.inasculino tempers can stand, she refrains froii tlio ? ^wearying potty economies which .often . .enough aro not worth tho -'trouble 'and discomfort they entail. Thosj who aro in this way ' penny wise aro vory of Ion pounds foolish.' For instanco a housewife who lia3 a lovo of ' bargains ' may be induced to; uuy up ovoryimng- aiuiu.it hub .siuua, however unnecessary, which sho con3idoi'3 ' cheap,': quite forgetting that usolos3 purchases are dear at any pries. Of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHILOREN' S- CORNER— TRY IT [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

GHILflREN'S-CORNER.^ TRY IT Tho jolly jar is on tho nholf. And Jolinny stands and liolps hirasolf, Tliero is no tirao to take a spoon, For Romo ono may bo coming soon. So, in his busy fingers go— ' Iiow jolly good it i«--lio, lio ! ' But soon ho starts in quick surprise Mamma looks in with sober oyos. Why, Johnny ! How can yon do so? That is not nico at all, yon know !' Not nico, mamma?' ho laughs in gloe, ' Just tako a tosto and tlion you'll soo.' Sydvky Dayrk.

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NELL. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

-.?.y- NELL. ^.,^Eorm Ilka a.fairy,. . r' 1 'Graceful and iwatv T Lips liki chorries, - Tempting and sweet, Cheeks liko tho sunset, . ; - All crimson and red, Hnirlbrown aftfl sunny ? On hor beautiful head, ITiat's Noll. Deop hazol brown oyes, Tender and bright, Soft liko moon's rays Tempered by nigui. ? ? - -? . T MOr'fladimtf Viko fir- ~ ' ?' AVinsnlt or.wronv, Liko flash of lightmnv * Mid tetnnost and rtorm. That's Kciu A dear lovig heart,/. ^ « .Toyons and froo,H » Dear loving heart, Boalinir for mo; ' My »wn little girl, To whom God has given lit! face and tho form W Of hor mother in lieavon, Tliat's Nell. TIioto's no ono on earih, Nothing in life, ? : . ' _ i So dear to me— ^ ^ ' Gift from in}* wife. May sunshine of eai*Ch Hriirlrten present and past, A^dtho Hnnshino ofhoaven Greet Tier at lajfti My Noll.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

THE TIDY HOUSEWIFE. Tho careful, tidy, housewife, wlion giv ing h«r house its spring cleaning, should bear in liiind that tho dear inmates aro more precious than houses,- their systems need; cleansing, by purifying tho blood, regulating tho stomach and bowels, and she should know that there is nothing that will do it so surely as American Company's Hops Bitters, the purest and bust of all medicines.— Adv

Publication Title: Referee
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISS PIERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

NIISS POSON. Miss P.iorKon ]iossossotl licanty in ?an imnsua'l degree and of a striking type. Tier figure, tnll and svelte, swayed pi'efctily, n.s, .Hlie. .walked, and took on gracerulTines iu reuose. She Htood ,it tlie window gazing on the sccnc outside, the full light streaming upon; and Mi*. Simpson noted Vwitli; . 8tttisf»ctioii the cxqui.sitt! ])ui'eiiess of licr skin, her round, soft, outlizos, deep gray, eyen . firingod.- ? witli iljlack. lashes . ? ?.thlifc' cast purple shadows 'beneath tliem and rieh brown hair witli its glint of gold. Her ftinrt flecided~'that if it was a case of Ijeaitty, Miss Pierson would reeeivo favourable judgment from the few wJio .te!inp;jn!- the.'Vprdietjfor the! many in what is termed fashionable society. But ske lias had seen wealth, talent and beauty' fail ''io win that much coveted decision, and she felt seine anxiety us she thought of her niece's indiffei!M»c'e. ,: Slio was charm-'' ing to ii degree when she pleased,' but would she so please u...

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GEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

- ? - - QErtfS. , ;? ' The gildod he-PO ftf ttf-tiav ni'iv full ; The ploddimi toilfl- (f.. tlio morrow rise; i MavchanVepasitidustfjr the social walls | Each dons an fti&ttfid and unused -lisc*lif9i.' We know bvotc- (fCout our fetli lgs^tlian . about anvVhitig l'&e, yet scarce!} 'flf'der stand theisi fit 101. The fiT^t in -cef.versation is trtife, the nextgooS. scmsu/ ahe third gw&'.Ht^aour, and thttfwn;tli,^Sl. If yw lift fiHe mark, yc'.* lllHsl aim a little at/we 'its 'eSvery arrow tVlft 'itf( j feels .Ay,n ? ? — ? * - ? — . . ^ '? — V carelessness aJstiut truth, than from intentionally lying, thftt there is so much falsehood in the world. If a mat ni.ipties hispurse iutoSiis head, no man can V:ke it from him. An. invest ment in btmvledgo always payt( the best interest. Ugliness «-f- the right sort is .a '.kind of beauty. It Tuws some of the best ujualities of beauty — it-attracts observation .jjlq fixes the memory. Unhappy is lie who desires to difoeo lon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

, Tailoring. ,i'. THE MERCANTILE TAILORING PALACE, 722 GEORGE-STREET 722T HAYMARKET, , . . MAKE TO MEASURE Of High-clas3 English, (Scotch, and Zealand Tweeds, and guarantee PERFECT FIT, Trousers, from 10s. 6d * Sac Suit \ from 50s) , ? -??H'1' \ .':i ' '? vv-;; ???-?'. l'\. ' ? , ? . / ,, , , . tJ ... ' , The Mercantile Tuiloving' ? i : ? Palace ? - Is situated in tliii HAYMAKKET ???' . Between . .. THE MERCANTILE BANK and the ? ' ALUAMBRA MUSIC HALL' ? -f'-A'. '??- :-r-i ''' . ???''?'? '.?.j : and is the . IAjRGEST Tailoring' Establishment , . Jii ihe^Qity,. ^Employing ,uj)iuums 01' 400, i. Hands. ' The PROPRIETOR in delta mined i to . ' Supply the i best- valve in the City.' as tha above prices will shotv, and one trial will t convince the most sceptical, the Prices being -t ? - 1 actually lower than those v.smlly charged; ; ' for Ready-made, Clothing. ' URE3{Em'~F*yy+ ? ? ? by Posl, on Apijlication. Stisiness is Conducted' on the /most Straightforward ? and- Liberal i Prin , . ci...

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TOLD HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

; ..... .... .,told him. ,'. , ' . ... ( It takes ' moral courage to 'say ' I don t }-ivrv.' and whethertho following auoodote 13 true or'noti' it ^illustrates a ph»se of character that ij-not-nncdMiu'la^ ' Father,'/ said a ; yfoing Hibernian, ' what's a gondola ?' ' . '' ' , , , . ' A goncioi*., is it .' ? 'Yes.'.;... .... ' ' It's a tolnd ox ^igit^ftle that grows in Italy. . YlSj .andiit tiii%AS something like «, puttatofv' ,.i :) ' Yis.sor. in' whSt's a sultan ? ' 'A sooltan^is.it^*' ,v Yoi.' ' v- A soolta-n is h'Cnusical instruatiA that performs loikoV iiand-orgin.' ; 'Yis.sor. ^hankyo, sor! At'Vhat's a ghMffe ? ' . ' A girafffe.-did yo say ? ' ' Yes, a yicaffe.' ' A gfrifuo ? 'Wall, now-, JiSimy, it's a j good whfe since I studied 'icl jibry, but of I re.miffiuer, it's, one of tti'i&i things that the h'ajfihen set down on $).en they drink their'lVy.' r ''-ft must take a lot.^f experienco tej 'Ie'arV so much.' f 1 ',14 iy, ay, my son. Tfe.'o it does.' ? -- — .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

Medical. ? a- , j.. - ;:' D^SU;iq2TY^:'?V- ' .' ? May -bo c3:ntlto V Da'l/ at; h'sRoiilcnce, ' ' ; ' 13dgo.iiri-rJ.il, ? ?' / : i**V WOOLLAHRA. ! ' V' t 1 -. Memborfl ofLa Mntwiita,' Paris ; ftrn/laui Lti ChapulJe'; tho South Loir, Ion Lyinjj-tn.Ho3p.tn1 ; tho Rotunda, Lying-in Hospital, Dublin. Ho studied his Profession at Kiii^'o College,, Lonaon. 1815 to 1810; lntj Clfnleid Assistant Hospital for Coomnnutio ?, Brompton, London. ? ? ? Public Uotics. i JflRAUDS ON THE INCREASE. |! GOVERNMENT STATISTICS. TIIEY CAN'T BE DOUBTED. Tliat frands ic arc on tho incrcaso wo must, unfortunately, adnfft, but who will disouto thl right of competition? Wo moot it in every profes sion and tra le; theitforo, it is inoumbeut, in thtrfe: times of dopr.ivit.v, on those who aro intarcprc- Bonted bv opposite* parties to placo themKwvefl ou u rfcht, footiii'jHii tho oves of the great pnblic'-J Tho public is thoni».5V/cr; it rules, mak^aand i»re*.kf-, accopts ittul igmrrw. The public lias jsiven its bra...

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JOKES -NEW AND OLD. (MOSTLY OLD.) [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

JQKEMJEW AND OLD,- . (mosti/t old.) ' They tell me you have had some money left you,' said Brown. ' Yes,' roplied Fogg, sadly, ' it loft me long ago.' ' Carpet3 are lower than ever,' says an avertisement. How can that be? They were down on the floor before. The flatness of Denmark is said to be re markable, but it is really nothing com pared with that of the man who never reads the papers. , An honest Hibernian, upon reading his physician's bill, replied that ho had no ob jection to pay him for his uic dicines, but his visits he would return. A patent liai been obtained for the manu facture of waterproof papar. It will be no uncommon thing by-and-by to carry a quart of milk homo in a paper bag. Little girl (looking at a picture of Eve) : 'Ma, did Eve live at tho seaside?' ' Why, no, Bessie ; what makes you think so ?' ' She always has a bathing suit Oil.' ' Fine complexion Mrs. H. has got,' said Brown to his friend Bristles, the artist. '- 1 know it,' replied Bristles, ' she and I b...

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GREENROOM GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

! TBREENROOM GOSSIP, A Eoyal Welsh Eisteddfod wns held oa August 31, at Caerwys, Flintshire, the ancient town having been tho scene of the last gathering of tho bards and musician's hel l under Eoyal Commission from Queen Elizabeth. A prize of a silver medal was won by Eos-y-Iierth, Uethesda, for twenty four verses for singing with harp accom paniment. The prizes wero offered for playing o:i tho Welsh triple harp, tho first being awarded to Mrs. Richards, Tredegar, and tho second to Mrs. John Roberts, Builth. A remarkable accident occurred at the Star Music Hall, Sunderland, on August 28. Carlin and Hoy, two negro comedians, were giving their entortainment, when Hey, in jumping from n chair in the wings of tlie stage, in a pair of long boots, got his log twisted, and fell just iu front of the footlights. The audience laughed and applauded, thinking this wa3 part of the ' business,' but on Mr. Hey being removed to tho infirmary, it was found that he had broken his left log and sustai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. ASSOCIATION CRICKET GROUND FIXTUEES FOR 1886- 7. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

CRICKET. ASSOCIATION CRTCKET GROUND FIXTURES . FOR 1886-7. Date. ' Clubs., -1886 ! ' : ' ? ^ Oct; 1G naid 23 Alberts (1st) r. Warwioks (1st). ? .H -30 ... Warwick (let) v. Caritoa (1st). November 6 ... „ ,, ,, „ „ 9 — Thistle Clubs Sports Gathering. 13 ... Carlisgford (1st) v. University (1st). „ 19 to 22 Shaw's Elevou ▼. N.S.W. com bined. „ 27 ... Carlingford (1st) v. Alborts (1st). Dec. 10 to 15 Shaw's Eloven v. N.S.W. com bined. ? tr 18 ? Carlton (1st) v.Belvidere (1st). ? „ 25... ... Christmas Day ground not to be ? ? ? . ? 1 used. ' „ ' 27 ? Victorian Juniors v. N.S.W. do. 1887 January 1 . ... Highland Gathoring. „ 7 and 12 Shaw's Eloven v. Australian Eleven. . M 15omd 22 University (1st) v. Belvidero (1st). .m. 26 ... Carlton (1st) v. Univorsity (1st). »? j? ') Shaw's Eleven r. Australian Februarys ..J combine!l -m . 12 ... Belvidero (1st) v. Carlton (1st). ! „ 19 ... Alberts (1st) r. Belvidore (1st). March 12 ... Belvidero (1st) ▼. Alberts (1st), 1 „ 26 ... Warwick (1st) v. A...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

: -^MOTES' AM9 NEWS. At Inst the P. and 0-. 'O&Wfiimy havfc ?wisely decided to bestow ft. Tittle more lib tention to second-class passenger accWa modation, and hivc'llfiil several of tWir larjest vessels fitted accordingly. Tho (Jartda^o, muca leivos on i.uu lots 01 1:11, mon tii, will lie thb first of the steameri re modelled for thifc 'purpose, and lias been fitted with a haftasome square saloon, con taining a pianfc and bar, a3 well as two herthed eabinr. Tor married CDuples. It is littlo less thrift marvellous Unit this com ? Jinny has ntit awakened to the necessity for inch chiuiges before. Half the Hocret of tho success and popularity of the Orient CJompany'k liners is due to the fact that attentioti is paid to the comfort of thoso ?who cannot afford first saloon luxuries, but ydt are prepared to pay for a certain nmoifht of solid coHifort and Rood plain faro. ?' Exclusivencss ' is all very well in it? fray, but it doeKii't pay nowadays, when 'tlte many can, affoVd to ...

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YACHTING. OPENING DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

; YACHTING. I OPENING DATES. I Double Bay Sailing Club, Oct. Balmain Sailing Club Hurry Scurry Race, Oct. 23. Double Bay Regatta, Oct. 30. Tho following are the fixtures of tho Princo Alfred Yacht CltiV for the coming scasou Third-class Raco, Nov. 0. Cruisers race open handicap for all boats of the club not employed for racing purposes, Nov. 28. ? Second-class Raco, Dec. It. First-class Race, Jan. 29, 1887.

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SPORTING NOTES FROM AUCKLAND, N. Z. Auckland. October '4. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

[?] (by OUtt OWN CORRESPONDENT — ' DaQ WOItTII.') ' Auckland. Octobor '4. Within a few weeks after the Melbourne j Cup meeting, racing will commence in real | earnest in New Zealand. The Canterbury J Jockey Club hold their spring meeting on the 9th, lltli, and 12tli, and the Welling ton and Dunedin Eaciii^ Clubs on the 27th and 80th November. Nelson, who ran in your last Sydney Cup, still occupies tho premi-r position in the betting for the New Zealand Cup, 100's to !) ottered nnd 100's to 10 freely taken. Next- in demand 0011103 the five-year-old son of Mute — Eoso d'Amour, Pasha, at 100's to 8 ; Waitir aud Tasman, 100 to 7 ; First Lord and Kuby, 100 to (!. Hundreds to live can bo bo had about last season's great twoyear old Artillery, Administrator, Lochiel, and j Fusillade. ; I li-ive been informed on tlio best autho rity that Nelson will not leave New Zea land for Australia, so that tho backers of ; the Now Zealand Cup favourite for tlie Melbourne Cup had better lay off their Tr...

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ROWING. FIXTUKES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

ROWING. FIXTURES. New South Wales Rowing Association Challontro Sculls (*' Sydney Mail' Cup). Parramatta River, October 23. Double Bay Regatta, Octobor 30. Amateur Championship Race, Champion Course, November 27 and Decembor t. ^Gleba Rowing Club Annual Regatta, December fSeorotaries of clubs aro politely requested to fu** Hiah us with any fixtures or alterations in dates, re ports pf meetings, &c.]

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LATE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 20 October 1886

late: cricket. The Marlborough (N.Z.) cricket dubs have formed an association and liave ar ranged with Melbourne date and terms for a two days' match with tlie English cricketers in Blenheim. Five clubs have already joined the association.. , Cup; matches will be played.. Tho Stanmore aim liurbv CJ.U. h met' for tlio first time this season, ou Norwood Park, tlio result beiui? a victory for Shmmoro hy 29 runs, and as l»otU clubs being local the excitement^ was intense. Tho Stamnoro's havo now proved themselves tlio victors, for the third tiuio in succession. Tlio . ' Rugby captain having won tho toss, clecided'to send his men to the wickets first, but tliev were miublo to make any stand n^aiust the bowling of Messrs. F. G. Henderson aud W. Merritt, the former securing five wickets for 23 runs, and the latter five wickets for .'H. For tho losers Messrs. A. M'Coy anil. J. Rowley were the- most successful batsmen, the former scoring 21, nnd tlie latter 18 rtius, aud the last Xtitirb.v w...

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