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MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. THE regular fortnightly meeting of the above   council was held at the Association Hall, Canley Vale, on Thursday evening, 30th ult. Present —the Mayor (Alderman Stimson) and Aldermen Asimus, Simpson, Waugh and Telfer. Minutes of previous- meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Works Department wrote intimating that a further sum of £32 0s 10d had been authorised   as subsidy for year 1897-8 for Main Southern- road. Commissioners for Taxation wrote referring to lists of names and addresses of owners of land within the municipality, respecting which the council desired information, and stating that if the lists were returned to the department in six months time any further information then in the possession of the department would be furnished. The letter was received and the clerk instructed to reply thanking the Commissioners for the in- formation furnished. REPORTS. The Finance Committee's report, recom...

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GLENFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

GLENFIELD. A MEETING of residents of South Ward was held here on Tuesday evening last, for the purpose of nominating a gentleman to re-   present the ratepayers in the Liverpool Council. There was a large attendance of ratepayers from Ingleburn and Glenfield,   and it was unanimously agreed that a requisi-   tion be sent to Mr. Alfred Blinman, a native   of the ward, and a gentleman who has always taken a lively interest in anything appertain- ing to the advancement of the district. On receipt of the request from the meeting, Mr. Blinman consented to allow himself to be nominated, and a strong committee was   formed to secure his return. The general feeling in this district is that it is time there was a local man in the council to look after the wants of the place, and general satisfac- tion is felt at Mr. Blinman consenting to contest the election.

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

SOCIAL. A very enjoyable social was held in the well- appointed hall attached to the residence of Mr. G. Minett, Ingleburn, on the evening of the 31 st ultimo. About forty couples attended, including a number of visitors from the metropolis. Dancing, to excellent music supplied by Mr. Williamson, commenced shortly before 9 o'clock and was kept up with vigour till midnight, when a- substantial repast was served in Mrs. Minett's usual first-class style, after which dancing was resumed and continued on till the small hours. During the evening songs were ad- mirably rendered by Misses Isaacs and Johnson and Mr. Tickel, and Mrs. Minett   gave a recitation with her accustomed ability. Mr. Jackson proved a thoroughly efficient and obliging M.C., and to his efforts, backed up by those of the host and hostess, is due the unqualified success of the affair.

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TRAVELLER. PARIS SWINDLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

PARIS SWINDLERS. There ia probably no city in the world so .full of clever schemes to catch the unwary as the great and gay capital of France, auberge .of the nomads of all nations. There aro .swindles in business, in politics, in love ; swindles for Frenchinon and swindles for strangers; huge swindles like the Panama . and Legion of Honor scandals, which rendor the doings of the Tweed Ring insignificant, -.and petty, miserable swindles like the fakirs who sell disappointing photographs to Eng iliflhmen strolling under the arcades of the ..Bue de Rivoli. And out of all these swindles an Jarmy of . « men and women manage to make an excel . lent living. Not only that, but they flour- ish for years before exposure strikes tbem. .«nd during that timo etijoy the respect and confidence of some surprisingly decent people. It ie amazing the numbor of these .chevaliers d'industrie* who mauage to get ?into the confidence of social celebrities and ¿politicians of high standing. Take for instan...

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CROWNED SEADS SUED IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

CROWNED SEADS SITED IN VAIN. It iß a great mistake, though commonly made, to suppose that marriage is with Royalty a mere arrangement in whioh thoir feelings have no concern. It is true that in England, at all events, the sanction of the Sovereign must he obtainod before the marriage of any members of her family be comoe legal ; but that doea not prevent love from being an element even in tho life of Royalties, and the best proof of this lies in the fa ot that thero are not a few crowned heads in Europe who have wooed in vain. Soma of these secret courtships are very surprising, and the fact that they are known only to a few persons, among whom is the 'writer, gives them a special interest. They have, too, a romantio interest. It is easy to seo how different, for instance, our foreign policy would have been had the Czar of Russia not boon among the number of Royal rejected suitors, lears ago, the young Sovereign was deeply in lov9 with our own Princess Maud, and pressed his suit wit...

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A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. WANTED at once, in every locality, an in- telligent person to uot as our Agent. No special knowledge required, and without interfering with present occupation. Aa excellent opportunity for a capable young man or lady.-Address, Morse Manufactur- ing Company, 3, Bed Labu Court, London, EC. ?.? .Ul -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

" The Old * Enemy . . . Has now . . NO TERRORS." u Two Years' > Indigestion. " ". Almost went Blind in the Street." HE USED ... CLEMENTS TONIC HOPE DAWNED . . . HE WAS OTJHED. MR. D. LAING-, GRAHAM-STREET, ALBERT PARK, VICTORIA, writes on May 8th, 1896 :-I suffered from indigestion for over two years, and after trying all sorts of medioine without im- provement Ï gave it up, and felt sure my ease was hopeless. However, a friend persuaded me to try Clements Tonic. I did so, and the first bottle did me so much good that hope dawned, and I tried two more bottles, the result being that I am now thoroughly well, can eat well, have gained flesh, and always feel in excellent spirits. My symptoms were -severe headaches daily, »ometim.es going almost blind in the street, liver complications being very serious, no heart for business, getting little rest from sleep. This happened about two years ago, but I have continued so well all this time that I am now not afraid the old enemy will retu...

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AT THE FALL OF THE LEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

AT THE FALL OF THE LEAF. WHY do tlie leaves fall ? " Bless rae, I don'l know," you answer: " I suppose it is oho oí i nature's arrangements. ¡ Precisely ; but why did nature sd arrange ? Why not have summer time always, with perpetual foliage? What is the meaning of denuded branches, withered flowers, daylight fading in mid-afternoon, and winter's cold and desolation ? When you lind out why the leaves fall you will hü ve discovered one of nature's deepest secrets zohy men die. Suppose we try nh easier problem. Why should Mr. William Steel have written such a sentence as this ?-" At the fall of the leaf every year I (jot into sucJi.a state that I toóle no "pleasure in anything" No doubt there are minds so highly strung as to feel keenly the influence of outward conditions, ohanges of the weather and of the seasons, and so on. But they aro raro, and for practical purposes they ought to be rare. Our friend Mr. Steel, happily for him, was not one of them. AH the same he was a miserable ...

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A RECORD SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

j A RECORD SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. It is often said, with a great degree of truth, that the young Australian is too fond of sport at tho exponae of his education and trade. To " put up a record" for attention to lessons is probably one of the very last ambitions he would run after. But regularity of attendance at school is oxprossly rewarded by tho Victor- ian Eduoation Department, which is now issu- ing 19 certificates to the best-attending pupils in the colony ' for not less than three years. The '.record" in this instance simply cannot bo beaton under the same conditions, because it is a " possible. " The best attendance in the colony (says the Ago) is that of Isabella Groen, a pupil nt Stawell school, No. 502, who has attended school since January, 1888, to Nov- ember, 1897, a school poriod of 10 years, with- out missing one day. Tho girl has been at two schools during that time, which includes the whole of hor school life. To have attained such a record is certainly as creditable as...

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"LEAVE MY NAME OUT." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

" LEAVE MY NAME OUT." THUS tho South Coast Horald :-"We lmvo often been bothered by persons asking us to leave their names out of police court proceed- ings, and we take this opportunity of informing such modest law-breakers that such a request places us in a very awkward and mo^t disagree- able position. It is the cause of making persons view our actions with suspicion, and certainly tends to envelop our good intentions i in a cloud of 4 favoritism.' However, strictly [ speaking, we do not deserve' to be accused of lop-sidedness, as the request has been granted to all those, who have asked it. Still, it is a bad precedent, and no doubt looks very fishy in the eyes of those who justly consider they have no right to ask such a concession. As we never wish to place ourselves at the mercy of any person when doing a public duty, we are just as anxious that no one should put himself in our power in this or any other way. There- fore, if people will break tho law they have themselves to b...

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NOVEL. FLOTSAM. BOOK IV.—COME ASHORE. CHAPTER I.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

NOVEL. - FLO TS A M. . Bj OWEN HALL. ' . - BOOK IV.-COMB ASHORE. CHAPTER l.~(CoiTJ!iNinaa>.) The telegram said to come at cnoe, {'"? it 'really was Alice, and it added that she was 'in good health. Just at first I forgot everything out that, and thought only of Soing at once, and it wasn't until I met that ieagrooable and, I must say, silly old man, Xiord Oaunthorpe, in London, that I be^an to have doubts about how things really ?wore. Of oourso I shouldn't pay much -attention to bim in a general way, and I need hardly say I wouldn't have gone ncir .him at all if it hadn't boen that, owing to . that extraordinary will of my poor brother'?, .ho was still mixed up with the property aud Alice. As it was, 1 thought ho ought to know : so I sent him word that I should be at the Cavendish and wanted to see him on lra»îness. I confess I couldn't in the least make out what tho silly old man-you .know, ßince he has taken to wearing a wig .ne really is worse than ever-was looking so triumph...

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A DEATH BED RESURRECTION. ANOTHER PRESENT-DAY MIRACLE. DOCTORS BEWILDERED; FRIENDS DUMEFOUNDED. SENSATION IN PEARL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

\-M- ;,i ; '. '. ? ????'."inII Ä DEATH BED RESURRECTION. ANOTHER PRESENT-DAY MIRACLE. ÏDOÔTÛRB BÊW1LDBHED ; FRIENDS J>TJMB « FOUNDED; SENSATION IN PEARL BAT. ; OÚR reporter called at the home of Mn Nelson, wife of Mr. J. Nelson, proprietor c the popular; Pearl Bay (Sydney) pleasur grounds, and lessee of Clontarf and its fin pavilion and surroundings. Mr. Nelson1 name is admirably known in this partioulaj and his Wednesday evening excursions t ?Clontarf, and his Sunday trips to both thër and. Peal Bay aTe not only always well al tended, but are conduoted with the greates degree of good management and eclat. Ou reporter's mission was to find out if th reports he had heard respecting Mrs. Nelso were true. Mrs: Nelson's tuneful voioé a once proclaimed her hearty weloom to the scribe, and he was forthwith at eas with this most kind-hearted of ladies. " Db you know that in the past 15 years,1 «he observed, " I have spent ¿200 in tonice »nd patent medicines without receiving th slightes...

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CHAPTER II. A PRETTY STATE OF THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

CHAPTER II. ¡ A PKBTTY STATS OF TIIK6S. I am told that our voyage was a good one. Thank heaven, I never made one before, so I am not in a position to say, bmt I can and do say that if it was a good one I should feel aorry for any ono-yes, I do believe, even for old Lord Oaunthorpe-if he had a bad one. Of course people always will be absurd, and there were actually people on board, and not by any means suoh a bad sort of people as you might expect, who were forever finding things to admire. I really don't know how often I was dragged on dook to look at things that were either silly or ngly, simply beoause one hadn't seen them before. Fan ey taking an interest in a horde of screaming savages, with scarcely a rag to cover them, carrying bags of coal on board, and ovovy one as blaok as Sacan, and I dare say much less clean. I was actually brought out of tho saloon at Fort Said for that. Then there were huge black rooks at Aden without a green thing on thom ; just as if one couldn't see ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

Beautiful eyes grow dull and dint As the swift years steal away. Beautiful, willowy forms so slim I/Ose fairness with every day. But she still is queen and hath charms to spare Who wears youth's coronal-'beautiful hair. Ayer's will preserve your hair, and thus pre- serve your youth. "A -woman is as old as she looks," says the world. No woman looks as old as she is if her hair has preserved its normal beauty. You can keep hair from falling out, restoring its normal color, or restore the normal color to gray or faded hair by the use of Ayer's ? ? ? ? Hair Viiror. GOLD MEDALS Chief Expositions. LIVERPOOL MUNICIPAL ELEC- TIONS. To THE RATEPAYERS OP NORTH WARD. MR. J. C. NEWALL Is a Candidate for the above Ward' and respectfully solicits your votes and influence. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CABRA- MATTA AND CANLEY VALE. Notice is hereby given;that:a MEETING of the RATEPAYERS of this Munici ! pality will be be held at the COUNCIL CHAMBERS, ASSOCIATION . HALL, CANLEY VALE, at 12 noon on TUESDAY,...

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CHAPTER III. MISS SELBY GIVES IT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

CHAPTER III. . UISñ BBLBY «TES IT OT. \ . ? " I hadn't seen Alice while I was ill, and of course I had seen nothing of Captain Jervis. After Dr. Milford had spoken as he did about that dreadful engagement of his to Alice, I scarcely liked to speak to either of Hiern, booause I hadn't a Bingle idea what in the world I should say. Tho very thought of such a thing had brought homo to me as nothing else had done how very helpless one must bo dealing with the ohild. It wasn't only that she had forgotten us all, bat she had got new friends who were for all the world like relations to her now. She might refuse to leave them. She might even take a hatred to ns if we tried to make her come homo. I knew that Alice-the old Alioe, my child-had a will of her own ; she wouldn't have belonged to onr family if she had not ; and even the dootor didn't think this horrible IOBS cf memory was at all likely to have altered that. There she was, engaged to the man,-and, I must say, owing him and his aunt ...

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HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

-*- - . CABAMHL CUSXAEDS.-Have 6 custard cups - all ready for tho sugar, melt ^ cup^ granu- lated sugar iii an iron pan and pour into thé - bottom of the cups, beat three eggs without: separating, add 4 tablespoons sugar, 1 t^a»; spoon vanilla and l£- cups milk. Pour into). _ custard oupsx stand them in a pan of boiling > water and oook^i& moderate^ Xl^I^yjSX)'"" turn from tho cups while hoc sm^i-crr -i. OETTMB GBTDDLES.-One pint milk, 1 cup bread crumbs, soak over night, then add|>\ tesspoon salt, 1 egg, 2 tablespoons molasses, . 1 tablespoon melted lard, 1 teaspoon soda, flour enough to make a batter. OBANGED STRAWBERRIES.-Place a layer " of strawberries in a deep dish, oover the same with pulverized sugar, then a layer- of berries and so on till all the berries are used. Pour over them orange juice in the pro- portion of three oranges to a quart of berries. .Let stand for an hour and just before serv- ing sprinkle with pounded ice. , BATTER PUDDING.-One pint oold mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

Impurities of tho Blood. Until these purifying Pill* have had a fair trial, let no ono be longer oppressed whh the notion that his malady is in- curable. A few do:>cs will remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, reliare the obstructed kidneys, cleans« impiire blood, and confer on every function "he.ilthtul vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system, Without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Äeadachf» No organ In the human body is HO liable to disorder a* thc liver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on tha stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. Ih Cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excess »f any kind, whether niKiital or physical, the effects of these Pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

¡POSTAL INFORMATION. MAUS »re despatched from Liverpool Poet Office daily-'-(Sundays excepted), as follows? Sydney, Pnrrnmattu, and Gio«,field, 9-30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park-, ll a.m. Sydney, 12*30 p.m. .Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P:0., at 5'30 p.m. ¡Sydney, Parramatta, nnd Granville, at 9'30 p.m. 'On every Tuesday and Saturday moils aro des- patched, for Holdsworthy aud Eckersley.a 12 uoon. 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. MAILS are received at tho Liverpool Post Office «daily (Sundays excepted), as follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 am. Moprbank, 9'46 a.m. ¡Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12"45 p.m.. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Preston's, 5"B5 p.m. ¡Sydney, Parramatta, ...

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POETRY. AN INVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

POMTRY. AN INVITATIONS; 7He was a,violin artiste Of famé most outinont ; And she asked bim when he carne to dine Pleasa bring his instrument. Se thariked her very warmly for , The invitation kind ; "Sut when he carno she fouud he'd left His violin behind. . Confused and vexed, she asked him why: He oalraly sipped his wine, And said, 1 Dear madame, many thanks Jiffy fiddle does not dine/ . -AETinm li. SAIMÓN. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 January 1898

NOTICE. -« Jin ^Original Novel of Maori Life. ^ Ù ? - . M . , WB beg to notify our readers that vre shall . commence in this journal,. ^ , WBBK AFTER NEXT, .Original and Entertaining Serial Tale h'by an Australian Author. By apeoial arrangements with, JW Mr. EDWIN DOIDOE, 'tile well-known New South Wal«a journalist and author, we are able to "present our readers with his latest and, --unquestionably, his bent effort in fictional . itdrature. Indeed, the story reads more '". like a narrative of exciting historical faots "than an exercise of the imagination. From tiie day the immigrants of the ' Edinboro' ' Castle' land in New Zealand till a double -?marriage dismisses them from the record*, ¿ho pages of the stovy teem with incidents whiofc rivet attention and awake sympathy ' And, often, admiration. SeYOHil Maori characters are finely drawn, their habita and customs entertainingly 4 deecaibed, and their spirit of affection and Ttngeance picturesquely portrayed. The story is rich in l...

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