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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

PIC-. ALL GOODS AT- SYDNEY PRICES! mm. mum £»0,900,000 UNCLAIMED, DOUG-Alí'S Registeren" Uiet, -eontaming .nu m es of '2O;GO0 families advertised tfor, to elaina property and uaeney since 11/700. ïPrioe ils'tíd, pest free Sis. Every man and women - ehoulS 'buy thia .book, as instructions are given how to «recoverproperty from'Chancery.-DQUGrAiL and Go., 1>2 Strand, London, Eng. ¿Est.' 11844. A fortune may await you. This book can now be oibtained from W. <0. Rigby, Adelaide.; Grordon and G-otoh, 3Vlol., Brisbane; G. Robertson .& Co., Mel., .'Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. "BONANZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. : ÏDixson and .Sons manufacture from .the j iohoioest Savana tobacco, with a necessary ' îportion of American, afc a price never before ? ..attempted. 4for6d:!:l Sample "hundreds .sent carriage paid for 10s.* MR X. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com anenced practice ab .89 Elizabeth-street, ¿Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and onay be consulted every even...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

The Psalm of Life. Tell mo not in- mournful numbera -».- Advartiffing does'not pay '; .For th8 man's non compos mentis Who would suoh absurd things say. Life is real! Life is earnest 1^ , And the man who hopes to rise '.To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In tte world's brood field of battle, In tho conflict of veal life, .Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind us ^e'oaniinft^ .pur own sublitne, Ancljîby^liberal^ Tólfche highest summit climb. THE Liverpool Mer aid With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and "Liverpool Meroury), ; Published Every {Saturday H!* " %'>. Mo%nin£, Is ono of the ÎBBST 'ÀDVEBTISING MKDIUMS out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing; Circulation throughout the whole öf^'îtiib "íljiíbtriipt¿'!i ' Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta, Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, . and the town of Liverpool. iW. 1 yr.t ?;? ,?;??"<&g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

THE ROYAL ROAD . . TO " .. ; ": SAFE ; AND' EASY TEETHING Is the prompt use - of . : . Ashton and ; Pargon s' MATBIOABIA. Thousands of Mothers cnn testify to this and their words are endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, Doctora,' Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the BRITISH and JTOUEIGN BOYAL FAMILIES. They cool the gums, comfort the child, produce a natural calm refreshing: sleep, and redder teething quite easy. Guaranteed Perfectly Harmless SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. We never get a restless night. u Hoyland Common, near Barnsley, . ' January 2nd, 1890. Messrs! Ashton & Parsons, Loudon. Please let me have another large box of Tnfunts' Powders. Could you let me have them to sell ? I have let several people have some, and 1 think we could sell, a good.many. I believe they have, been ?a great benefit to my baby ; we never get a restless night with her, and she is outting teeth. Yours truly, (Mu.) A. KEELEY." The doctor f...

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EVIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

EVIDENCE A dramatic incident occurred nearly a ? hundred years ago in Jamaica. In the year 1799 the outter Sparrow brought a brig into . harbour at Kingston, under the suspicion that she was engaged in the slave trade. But although much circumstantial evidence pointed in that direction, no clear proof could be obtained, as the captured vessel had no - ' papers from which the ohurge could be con- clusively snbataatiatod. The suspected brig. was, therefore, ^discharged ; but ecaroely twelve hours before she was to leave the . harbour, a man-of-war arrived, bringing such documents as proved her guilt be yound the shadow of a doubt. These papors had been obtained in a man- ner almost exceeding the bounds of pro- bability. While cruising off St. Domingo. , the man-of-war's crew had amused them- selves by fishing for sharks. One monster - was secured and out up on deok, and inside the rapacious fish was found a bundle of ship's papers-tho very doouments flung - overboard by the capt ain o...

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SKETCHER. CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

CARDS. in order to trace the origin of our familiar voting-cards we have to search back in the remote ages, for the visiting-card-which Waa unknown in "England till early in the eighteenth century-had been long in use in China many hundreds of years before that period. The Chinese have always obsorved the Btrioteafc ceremony with regard to paying and receiving visits, and, among other (to us) trivial matters, the form and colour ot the visiting.card are to them of the utmost im- portance. Their vieiting-cardB are of a bright red, and generally bear something more on their surface than the mere name and address of the visitor. Thus, when a Chinaman desires to marry, I bis parents intimate the fact to a professional match-maker, who thereupon runs through the list of her visiting acquaintances, and selocts ono whom she considers a fitting bride for the young man. Then she oalls upon the lady's parents, armed with the bride- groom's oard, on which aro insoribed his ancestral name and t...

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SELF-MADE WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

BELF-MaJDE WOMEN. We heat a great deal about self-made mea, and a self-made woman has compiled some . interesting faots oonoerning some women who aro well known at the present time, from whioh it appears that some of the moat noted began life very humbly. Sarah Bernhardt was a dressmaker's ap- prentice. Adelaide Neilson besran life as a ohild's nurse. Miss Braddon, the novelist, played small parts in the provinoes. Char- lotee Cushman is the daughter of poor people. Mrs. Langtry is tho daughter of a country parson of small means, but the old story of a face being a fortune proved true in her eade. The great Frenoh actress, Raohael, had as j hard a ohildhnod us ever fell to the lot of a genius. Bagged, barefooted aud hungry, she played the tambourine in the streets, and ' sang and begged for a dole. Christine Nilsson was a poor Swedish peasant, and ran barefooted iu childhood. Jenny Lind, also a Swede, was the daughter of a prinoipal of a young ladies' boarding sohool. Minnie Hank's ...

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CEDAR TREES IN CHURCHYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

CEDAR TREES IN CHURCHYARDS. I wrote of the useiuluess of cedar trees on lawns and in pleasure grounds. I have seen them growing in a very beautiful church- yard in Gloucestershire, and they seemed especially well adapted for such a place. The position was somewhat elevated, but they were growing luxuriantly, and they were large, handsome trees. The practice of planting ornamental trees in chuarchyards is not much carried out aa it should bc, as in ' very many instances the introduction of ever- green trees moro particularly would make God's Acre more beautiful and in harmony with the feelings which are associated with such a place. lu the instance I now notice other evergreens hud been planted. The Wollingtonia Gigantea and yews were there, and fine specimens, too, but the cedar appeared to be more m character with its surroundings than any of them, its plume- like branches being very effective, and there is always a well-remembered association which, all minds go back to in connect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

THRICE IS HE AHMED WHO HAS, HIS QU AUREL JUST. CLEMENTS TONIO, THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORA- TIVE HAS CURED MORE OASES OP INDIGESTION, NEURALGIA, WEAK- NESS, DEBILITY, DROPSY. BRIGHT'S DISEASE. AND LIVER COMPLAINT THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TOGETHER. If you aro ni Hr. and vnlue your life, insist un haring Clements Tonic, and no aabstitute or you will be disappointed. READ THIS CASE. Air. T. W. Jrtinousoo, Johu St.j Singleton, N.S.W., writes August, 1896:-It gives me pleasuru to state that O'otnents Tonio lias cured me of general debility, from which I suffered for eighteen years«. The doctors in- formed me that in addiiiou to the above complaint, I suffered from dyspepsia, and I h id ovory reason to believe they were correct in their diagnois of my ailments, for under no circumstances could I feel cheorful, ia fact my life was a misery. Reading one of your articles, I determined to give Olemeufs Tonio a trial, with a most happy result. I certainly gave ir. a fair triul . taking it ro...

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WHY MEN DON'T MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

WEY MEN DON'T MARRY. . Marriage is . on the decline, wo are told,,and one of Lhe chief reasons for this is that the average man is very hard, to satisFy. He wants as nearly perfect a woman - men tally, morally, und physic olly -as is possible, and in the present clay very few such women exist. It is not our purpose to deal with tho first two attributes mentioned ; but tho latter, which is by no means the least important, is well worth a few words which can- not fail to be of interest to all women, married or single. Tlie woman of to-day does not give herself enough attention in the proper direction ; a little time taken from the study of the latest fashions and complexion powders, and given to thc perusal of medical works with regard to the femnle organs, would do her a wonderful amount , of good. Woman is so eons'ituted that it takes but very little to disarrange the delicate organs of her composition. In consequence she suffers more or less pain at least for a few clays periodical...

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THE CHARITY OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

THE CHARITY OF DEATH. " THE man I marry," she said fondly, " munt possess all the graces and none of the fail- ings of his sex." '. You are worthy of it," he rejoined, edg- ing oloser. "He must be upright, generous, witty, bright-, vivacious, keen, outting, splendid." " Yos." " He must he loving, forgiving, willing, able, livolj', duelling, valorous." " Y«8." " He must be suooioot, preoiso, determined, oandid, rich, handsome, tender." " He must." u And blue-eyed and white-wingod, and musical, and lyrical, and poetical, and rhapsioal." 4 I have a plan," said the mnn on tho sofa. *' I think I can find ft man for you." " My darling," she fluttered, nnd prepared to punker her lips. 41 You will find your man in the grave- yard. Only mon of extraordinary virtue di«, you know,"" ho said, edging nwoy and ranch- ing fur his hat ; " it is tolera hiv o»rtaitt that few of the other kind survive." Now she must wait till uoxt Lqup Yoar. 80 tons more imported leaf than all tho other tobacco factor...

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CHAPTER XXVII. RETURNING HOME—LONG GEORGE AND CHARLEY WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

0TT A PTER XXVII. BETUBNINO HOME-MNO OEÓKOB AND CHAH LEY WABD. The feast was over, the tangi had termi- nated, and the Pakehaa and the Maoris who had been assooiated together in this short and romantics campaign were about to separate. Tea or 12 days or a fortnight's adventure, and yet the narrative has only dealt .with a few of the leading oharaoters whioh have been introduced to the reader. Before we take leave of the Kawaukawau, there remains an inoident or circumstance to relate : Iiong George had been made fully aware of the passion which his daughter Hinemoa had oonoeived for the Fakeha Ward, and he did not upbraid or dissuade her. There was no prouder chief in all Maoriland than Long George, and he was counted a nople, as, Maori nobility goes; therefore his daughter's hand was not one to go bogging in marriage. This was what the Chief said to Ward in the conversation before the departure. Charley Ward was not unmindful or re- gardless of the honor that was done; him by ' the ...

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CHAPTER XXVIII. AT NOLAN'S FARM AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

OHAPTER XXVIII. AT NOLAN'S FAEM AOAIIT. "When the party got home they were met at some little distance from Nolan's farm, where oross roads diverged-one leading to 'the farm, the other to the home of Ward's parent's, and the old people were there, and Mary Campbell. Only for. tho spectacle whioh the two young men presented-one with his arm in a sling, and tho other with his eye bandaged-there was nothing to indicate that they were returning from the war. It waB a tender and affectionate meeting between the twin sisters, who wept because of over-powering emotions. And scarcely less moved were the parents ot Ward, who had heard a tragio account of their son, and scarcely expected to see him alive again. They parted here, with a promise given to all the members of the Campbells that Charley would soon come and visit them at the farm. Neodless to say Don Freston was one of the party., Hie had made a half-hearted proposal to return to his people in the Kalpara, but neithor Mr. nor Mrs. C...

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A HIDEOUS JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

A HIDEOUS JOKE. A HIDEOUS joice was once played on a Wei- j liugton polioo sortant. He waa " on joo^y" nt tho polioo station, when an excited person j rushed in and told him that a mun was walle- ! inp along; the Quay without any troupers on. , Thon the sergeant onlled three oonstablos I to assist him in arresting a dangerous maniao, and tho four of thom fled tn the Quay. j " F'whoro's the madman ?" askod the ser géant, in «i tone of forooity. j The informant pointed him out-a military porson in a kilt and tho oeasufials of a High- land uniform-and then ran for his life. There wa« au awful pause for a second or two, and then the four policemen started lifter him on a oh urge of innuliing behaviour, and followud him for overa milo. Th Hy lost ?J ii m nt last somewhere aiming the hilld. Wood's Groat Peppermint Cure for Ooughn and Colds never fails, 1/6 and 2/6.

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SHORT STORY. 'MASTER AND MAN.' IN THE WATCHES OF THH NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

., mmt swar. ' . :. _i-« P « MASTER AND MAN. > .... IN THE WÄT0HK8 OP THH NlOHS. : Tolstoy's portrayal of the thoughts of the two men, separated from eaeh other only by the back of the sledge, is masterly and touch- ing in the extreme. Vasili Andreitch does not wish to sleep. He can only think of ono thing-the solo aim aud seneo, the solo pride »nd pleasure of his life-money. So ho think* of his own and that of others, of how muob he has gained already, and how muoh he may yet «rain in tho future. He cal- culates the probable returns from the wood he hopes to buy, and wonders what amount he will be able to knock off the purchase money. At this moment he feels to see that the pocket-book in his vest pocket is all right. He chinks bow well his name is known in the whole district, and of the reason-his own industry and care in busi- ness. He calls to mind the JUironofs, who, starting with nothing, have become mil- lionaires, and the thought that he too^may one day beoome a millionai...

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NOT ALL IN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

NOT ALL IN. AN amusing nn«cdote is told about a boy who, while the headmaster of u school was delivering an address to the soholars, spent, his time in wnlcliiug a mouse playing noni* a bolo in the floor. The m »stör had a habit, &t the conclusion of the address, of asking those childnn who had been inattentive whether " it was all in" - moaning, had they taken in or understood what had beet» said. Turning to the boy who had boon watch- ing the mouse on this particular afternoon, he Bnid : Well, Thomas Wells, is it all in ?" To his astonishment tho yoruth turned to him with a beaming fae», and shouted out,:-" Yes, sir:; it's all in but tho tail."

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THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

THE RIVER. Thia river bore to the world's town the I world's craits, and it had many moods and I was full of many strange meanings-never being the same to the eye that looked upon it. How old it was none might tell, how long it would endure none might tell. It had wound on for coons before the world town that lay upon its banks had been thought, of by man ; it would wind on for osons after the town had sunk to oblivion and to dust. Mighty though the town was, the river was mightier and fuller of meaning to the one who thought of the beginning and the end of things, for truly was it as the life and the soul and the vital ourrent of the town. , Even as its blood.. And it.was kindly to the poor miserables who were forced to despair by this life of iron. Uest and peace it gave them. Its blackness blotted out all sorrow and all pain. There were times when this river was fall of a splendid beauty, times when the lights of the town and the lights of tho heavens shone gloriously upon its fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

Impurities of the Blood Until these purifying Pill» have had a fair trial, let no one be longer oppressed wiih the notion that his malady U in- curable^ A few dose-* will remove all disordered actions, rouse tho torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thorwtjh purification throughout ihe whole system, Without disordering th« natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Hoadao)?* No organ tn the human body is no liable to disorder as the .iver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on the stomach warn m th.it digestion is not proceeding prop:rly, Holloway's Pills give strength to cve*y organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, iiispit.-ated bile, and sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. "WedJchess and "Debility. In case« of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excusa »f any kind, whether mental or physical, the eliecis of these Pills ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION. MAILS aro despatched from Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), as followsî Sydney, Parramatta, and Gleifiold, 9-30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbonk, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, 11 a.m. Sydney, 12-30 p.m. Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5-!J0 p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, at 9'30 p.m. On every Tuesday and Saturday mails are des- patched for Holdsworthy and'Eckersley a 12 noon. On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling P.O., with letters for the Northern and Western lines, at 9*30. On Sundays mails- are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 5 p.m. MAHÍS are received at the Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), as follows í Sydney, Campbelltown,,aud Travolling P.O. at 8 am. . Moorbank, 9*'15 a. m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam. don, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, V2-4.5 p.m.. . . ' Hoxton Park, 9 a.m.. - ~ Bringelly-and Prestons, S'SS p.m. Sydney, Parramatta...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XXVI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eve ; ale of the Saori liar By EDWIN DOIDGE, Author ot « Father and Son » ; « The Mystery of Mervellieu,' eto. CHAPTER XXVI.-(CoNmoTOBD.) * Yés, I might fall to rise no more. Nb thank you, Ward, I am not equal to the challenge. Kawaukawau ha? ' been enough for me in the fighting line and I am don tent,'replied Don. « X ? áin only jesting ; but «ive* me your hand, Don.* He already held that of Florrie. He appeared to be light-hearted ; he had assumed a jesting mood to hide the intensity of a true man's love, and Horrie knew it-knew that behind that smiling faoe there was a bleeding heart ; and when he put Florrie's hand into Don's, had they been able to see it, there was moisture around the eyelids and a ohoking sensation in the throat. He continued : ' You both deserve to be happy, and may you always be so. Take the Flo-Swan, }Don ; she is a pearl of great price-worthy of any good man's love. I wilï try and not envy you; but I-I also know what it is ...

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POETRY. THE CALL TO COLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

.??'?(" -« THE CAL Li TO COLORS. .Are you ready, O Virginia, , . . . Alabama, Tennessee ? Patriot of the Southland, answer ! iFor the lard hath need of thee.' ' 'Here I' from sandy Kio Grande, "Where the Texan horsemen ride, « Here !' the hunters of Kentucky Hail from Cbatterawha's side. Every toiler in the cotton, Every ragged mountaineer, Velvet-voice and iron-handed, Lifts his head to answer, ' Here !' ' Some remain who charged -with Piokett, Some survivo who followed Lee ; They shall lead their sons to battle For the flag if need there be.' ' Are yon ready, California, Arizona, Idaho ? ,, * Come, oh come into the colors !', Heard ye not the bugle blow ?' Falls a huBh in San Francisco In the busy hives oí trade ; In the vineyards of Sonoma Fall the pruning knife and spade ; ¡ In the mines of Colorado Pick and drill are flung aside ; Idly in Seattle harbor ' . Swing the merchants to the tide, And a million mighty voices Throb responsive like a drum Holling from the rough Sierras, ...

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