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FRENCH LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

FRENOH LETTER. ' Jost when we had arrived at perfeotion in the art of fixing our, hats upon our heads at 1 an aoute angle, whioh, in the majority of oases, was deoidedly becoming and fasci- nating, Madame la Mode suddenly issues the ediot that the hat tip-tilted at one point is to 1 give place to the hat whioh is tilted forward over our faoe, and is guiltless of any upward inclination, save at the back, where is induced to aspire upwards by the presence in our baok hair of one of tho new oom bs. It is quite useless to rebel. The oom mand has gone forth, and all the smart women are now wearing their hats tilted over their faces You should ba already provided with one of the afore-mentioned oombs ; if not, you are hopeleselp outside the pale of civilisa- tion, and oannot aspire to tither of these hits. Having, however, seoured your oomb, you must draw your loosely waved ' hair on to the summit of your head, there ? twist it into a high knot or bow,, and then so fix the comb Ht the bao...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SILK AND SATIN BODICES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

SILK AND SATIN BODICES. Silk and satin, bodices for theatre and general wear are elaborate and effective -when covered with jet bands and mousseline de soie ruohinga, pnt on in alternate strips. The idea, of course, is not by any means a new one, but the materials used have the effeot of absolute novelty. "With a black net, satin, or brooaded ßkirt, a white satin bodice covered with a blouse of this combination is -wonderfully striking. The sleeves are tucked, or, as the Americans say, shirred, and have hands of jet laid on from shoulder to wrist, and are puffed at the top sufficiently to give the desired breadth. Net blouses are worn with silk skirts, and satin bodices covered with tiuy points of steel or silver are worn with net skirts. Black satin skirts, by the way, have quite gone out of fashion.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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SKETCHER. HOW NATIONS DECLARE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

HOW NATIONS DECLARE "WAR. - Notwithstanding the f aot that most people consider a formal declaration of war neces- sary before active measures oan be taken ii is usually the case in these go-ahead time* that no warning whatever is given. When Borne was mistress of the world a declaration of war was a solemn function, attended with so much oeremony that a special college of heralds was al way z kept .in readiness to perform it when necessary. In medieval times letters of defiance served to give warning of hostile intentions, and still later heralds were sent to throw down the gauntlet and make a verbal declaration of war. In snob, times formal declarations wore necessary to differentiate between the pri- vate brawls of a few barons and a nacional war for which , the community was respon- sible, but at the present day total conceal- ment as long as possible in the most univer- sal rule. The object, says the writer in a paper, of this are usually either to anticipate the designs of som...

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HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

A Zulu lady of fashion may be said to be like the prophets, for of a certainty she has but little on-'er in her own oounfrry. She: Don't you find journalism rather thankless work ?-He : Oh, no. Almost everything I write is returned with thanks. ' What a lob of powder must he wasted in useless salutes/ mased the statistician, as he listened to the roar of the oannon. ' Yes, I suppose there is,' said the frivolous girl ; ( but I expect women will go on kissing one another just the same.' 4 So the dear bishop has taken to bioyoliugP' . Yes ; thoy call him the sermon on the mount.' The Bardlet : You see, sir, I have fol- lowed your advioe and written bn only one side of the paper.-Harassed Editor : UmphI Well, you can follow my advice still further. -The Bardlet : Certainly sir ; in what way P -Harassed Editor: Don't write on either side. ' . Hu WAS AOOBPTBD.-Matilda: Have sou spoken to papa ?-Bertie : Yes ; I asked him through the telephone, and he answered, ' 1 don't know who you aro,...

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CONTAGIOUS AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

00NTAGI0U3 AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES. The terms contagious and infectious are not synonymous. A disease is contagious when it is transmitted from the sick to the well by porsonal oommunioation or oontaot, more or less intimate ; and all oontagious diseases are infeotious-i.e., they are due to the introduotiou into tho body of a susoopt ible individual of a living germ. But all in- feotious diseases are not oontagious. Thus smallpox, soarlet fever, measles, diphtheria, influonz'i, etc, aro infectious disensos whioh are oontagious ; wMlo malarial fevers, typhoid fever, yellow fovor, cholera, pneu- monia, peritonitis, oto, aro infeotious disoases whioh aro not oontagious-at loast, thoy ara only oontfigioua under vory oxooptionul cir- cumstances, und thoso in oloso communica- tion with tho siok, as nursos, oto( do not oontraot thoso disensos ns a rosult of au oh OIOBO HBsooiation or oontaot. Tho nowcBt and tho boat romody for in- somnia is to try not to go to Bicep* If this fails, nothing...

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WHAT IS LIGHTNING? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

WHAT IS LIGHTNING- ? Lightning is simply an aleotrio spark-the flash of brilliant luminosity that is produced by an intense molecular disturbance of air lying in the path of an electric discharge affecting clouds and earth. The separation of flleotrioities-that is to say, the . charging* of the air ou the one hand, and the clouds on the other-is effeoted in tho process of evaporatfon as it takes place over the im- mense surfaoa of the oceans. When the oleotrio or, as it is oulled, electro-static ' potential rises to a point high enough, the commotion takes place, the spark passes, and tho startling, almost blinding, lightning flash ia seen.

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 26th, 1898. (Before Messrs, N. G. Bull and F. Chapman, J'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 26th, 1898. ("Before Messrs, N. G. Boll and P. Chapmau, J's P Benjamin Simes ami William Simes were charged with having goods in their possession reasonably supposed to have been stolen. Constable McLean on oath, stated : On tho 19th instant I saw Benjamin Simes at Cabramatta with   a horse and cart ; he had a number of boxes o£ cigars and other goods in tho cart ; I asked him if he had a license to sell cigars and he said he did not require any, as the articles he lind he was going to deliver to Mr. Scrivener, of Liverpool, who ordered them last week : he said the cigars were the property of T.'Bray and Co., Pitt-street, Sydney ; I told him he would have to come to Liverpool till I made in- quires ; I brought him to Liverpool and telephoned to Mr. Bray through the Sydney police and received 'a reply that that gentleman did not own the goods ; and accused had no authority to use his name ; William Simes was at Cabramatta and they bo...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

"? WMMM Ail Mill"; . ORIGINAL ARTICLES. rjNb. 35.-THE APPLE (continued)-CIDER : APPLES-THE MAKING OE CIDER-PEB ? PETUATION AND DEGENERATION-OLASSI ITOATION or APPLES-FOR THE TABLE FOR THE KITCHEN-FOR CIDER-FOR ' COTTAGE GARDENS . Of the varieties of tho cider apples, the xedstreak and another were formerly most prized ; the eider of these apples and the sperry of the squash pea* were celebrated throughout Europe to such an extent that at a certain period it was believed that they -would almost wholly supersede the use of foreign wines. Cider is the expressed and fermented, juice of apples. The maohiaery employed is generally of a very rude Mud : A large .circular stone trough called a chase reoeivos the apple, whioh are crushed therein by the action of a heavy oiroular stone called a ronner, turned by hind or horse power. The crushing is carried ou till the apples are ^well broken up to a pulp ; the pulp, called .must, is then tranferred to the oider press, where it is subjected to ...

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THE WESTERLY WIND. ITS REMARKABLE EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

THE WESTERLY WIND. j ITS REMARKABLE'-EFFECTS. When .ZE.iluB in ancient days kept ; wa to and gnu rd over nil tl.ie winda that blew, an personal ly superintended their operutioni ho c mid possibly always tell what they wer doing. But the deo«dont present scarcel boasts an iE -lus, and thus tho ' Westerl Wtud, io Queensland at least, hos bee causing consid»r«ble trouble. Mrs. Kuibl of E u-le-street, Toowong (Q). gives her es perionce with tho Westerly Wind, a follows?-" The Westerly Winda," sai( Mrs. Kuibb recently to our reporter, " alway had a most disastrous effoct upon mo. have been a great sn if er er from rheumati^n; Twelve years ago I hud a bad accident ; m thigh bono was broken, and einco that tim I hiive suffered a great deal. I 1 >sfc th sight of my left eye mainly through th diaeaoe, and even after treatment of it wa over I Buffered from groat pain across th bone over the eye. Last Ohristmas twolv months I was so bad that I oould sonreel. move in bed. I h^d to go to the ...

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

TBE BOTTOM PRINCIPLE. NOTHING " merely happens so.1' Always Ieee] 'that'fact, where you . can see it. Wh'atsoeve .comes to pass hus nn adequate cause right behint it. I don't say this as though it were a now dis covet y. Not a bit. It is the bottom principle o: all kn iwledgc. But we are apt to forget it - that's tho point-, we forget it, and so have a lo -of trouble.there's no need to have. ' Here is Miss Esther May, whom wo are glad t( bc«r from, and to know. In the matters set fort! ''Sn. her short lotter she speaks, not for herself only tent for two-thirds of the women in England. . In July, 1890," she says, " I had an attack ol influenza, which left me in a weak, exhauster «condition. T felt languid and tired. Everything was a trouble to me. Tho good appetite that ii natural to me was gone.; and when I did take fi 'little food it gave me a dreadful pain in the chest. . There was also o strange sensation in my stomach, I felt as if I had eaten too much when perhaps I ilmd scarce...

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TRAVELLER. IMPRISONED ON AN ICE FLOE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

IMPRISONED ON AN ICE FliOE. I Sinoe George F. Tilton shipped to .the Arotio in March of last year as third mate of the whaler Belvedere, he has had an experi I eaoe that few men would have tho courage to I voluntarily undergo, that of walking thousands of miles in the desolate Alaska territory to oarry news of the icebound ships I and save his oomradbd from starvation, i Success in reaohing civilization meant life to I hundreds of helpless men. Failure meant ' death, through hunger, for all of them. I 1 The most trying and difficult portion of : the journey/ said Mr. Tilton, in relating his ! i adventures, ' was that whioh I encountered between Cape Lisbon and Point Hope. I found myself imprisoned ou an ine floe. After working my way down the mountain to reaoh ioe-travelling on tho ioe being the preferable mode in that country-I oamo to tho water's odge. Turning baok I found water again. The ioe had separated, leav- ing me on a floating island with cliffs so high on either side that...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

SOCIAL. j Two very pretty and attractive weddings were celebrated at St Luke's Church, Liver- pool, on Tuesday afternoon last. The con- tracting parties were Miss Jane Beale and Mr. F. Miller (Cabramatta), and Miss Annetta Beale and Mr. A. S. Smith (Sydney), the brides being the daughters of Mr. J. Beale, of Scott-street, and connected with one of the oldest families in the dis- trict. The dual ceremony was performed by tho Rev. J. Shearman and witnessed by a large and representative gathering of the | fair sex of the town and district, as well as] visitors from the metropolis and suburbs. : The rarity of the occasion, which may be judged from the fact that only once pre- viously in the history of St. Luke's Church had a " double" wedding taken place, was, no doubt, mainly responsible for the great interest evinced by the residents. The brides, who were given away by their father, were each attired in ivory merveilleux silk, trimmed with swansdown, with veil and coronet of orange-bl...

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

TO SAFE AND EASY TEETHING Is the prompt use of Ashton and Parsons* MATRIOAEIA. ;Thousands of Mothers cnn testify to this ond their words are endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, D.petors, Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World.. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the BRITISH aud FOUEIQJT EO Y AL FAMILIES. They cool the gums, comfort the child, produce a natural calm refreshing sleep, and render teething quite easy. Guaranteed Perfectly Harmless SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. We never get a restless night. .'. Moyland Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. 'Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Pícase lot mo have another largo box of Infants' Powders. Could you lot .me have them to sell ? I "have let sovoral people have some; and 1 think we could soil a good many. I believe they have been :a great benefit to my baby ; wo novor get a restless iuight with her, und she is cutting teeth. Yours truly, .(Mn.) A. KEELEY." The doctor failed to relieve. Ivy Bnnk, Roe Green, ...

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WANTED—HEIR. STRANGE CURIOSITIES OF NEXT-OF-KIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

WANTED-HEIR. 8TBA.NGB CURIOSITIES OS" NEXT-OB'-KIN. Mr Sydney H. Preston's yearly letter on ' Curiosities of Next-of-Kin' contains, among other statements, the following : William R. Rp.nd, last heard of in South Australia in 1894, has beoome a millionaire through the death of a relative ; and the son of the late Colonel and Lady E. E. F. Capel, of Queens- land, in 187S, is interested in property under the marriage settlement of his parents. W. G* Clement, who went to California in 1868, may share in the residuary estate of his father. Funds await Thomas Kilgour, a seaman on a vessel sailing between America and Havana in 1837 ; and Stephen Davis, or Davis, formerly in the employ of a tramway company, is interestf-d in freehold property in Liverpool. Th<» children of John Cresswell, who, prior to 1871, was platform foreman at Euston Station, are sought; Sarah Carty, who went to Sydney in 1870, is entitled toan unclaimed deposit in a bank ; and the heir at-law of Matthew Ba...

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SCIENCE. ELECTRIC CABS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 28 May 1898

»Elisa. -I* ELECTRIC CABS. The electric- cabs now plying for hire in London are very quickly re-charged with electric power. They carry a set of battery cells whioh, onoo charged, will furnish energy enough for a run of fifty miles. When these cells are exhausted tho cab is ruu into the charging-station, and in five minutes emerges again with a fresh set of oells ready for another fifty miles' journey. The cost of the eleotrio current amounts to. only one penny per three miles' run, the current is drawn from the publio mains in the daylight hours, when tho demand upon it is at a minimum.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

|fá$ \y'T^ mt m J&m .. °f tte " PSIT Season..., m^Í^W^3% Parilla. At this M|| \^\|AJL season, whon ÉWwr^*! W^t^ing days Itlílrtf aro with us, i#Íí|ÍÍ^Vfâj j Sarsaparilla to ' iWft ^¡fer!Iput now lifo IjiipF j| j§ into tho slug |j# ' fA if g i s h system. W %ñ li It sweeps away \H fi^i \n *ll ° dullness, ^Wvki rfll iack of appc //MPÍÉ TITE> IA"GUID ÁrWk WÍ/ . ness' and pain, Wnwi Ww aß a broom $ W# cobwebs. Il; m^JmffSm does not brana WfrrMWM «p- it bunda I//É-0W/W UP- Itsbcnoflt ' nu^j^j/W'\J is lasting. Do ttU^W'CJT FEEL RUN ^W/f ^ovni? Take li| fe) «S L_V Sarsaparilla, DR. J. C. AY EB f¿ CO., Lowell, Mans., U. S. A. .Sycr'a l'¿Htt, Jtfilcg tatt Effective, ÖKNI) your Photo und la to FnnpKsson DAUK, Physiognomist, our« Liverpool Herald. I Lia deli TI e.« Iii ma of churuoter uro basad ou pu roly (scientific principios. Ho will inform y.m by latter a« to finita and teiidouoies, ..voalcness und strength of ohuraoter,* whats to arrest and what to eu I ti vate, what partner to...

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [BY W. Ï. 0.1 Tn summer Hyde Park, with it« stately trees and foliage, delightful walha, oomfortable chair seats, its holiday and Su inlay crowds, thousands oí whom ap- pear to have just stepped out '.of a fashion plato, it« serpentine gay with boating parties, impressed mc more with proofs of Loudon wealth, splendor and fail h i on than any other evidence I met willi. Header 1 Time, space and an inexorable editor com- pel mo to hero ulm I; down tho slides of my peep- j show ol: "London's tine city," I could foll of visits to many-other places of interest in and around the j vost metropolis during my throe and a half months' sojourn there - Í say three and a half mouths, but it must not. bo supposed that I. remained the whole of time tl lore. Duriug the mont h of February T spent, nearly a week in tho Me of Wight, and carty ¡u March was doing the Midland», tn fact, the city was the «outre from which I made my excursions periodically to t...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY [?]0th, 1898. (Before Mr. Chapman, J.P.) BREAKING AND ENTE[?]NG. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

LlVl/llPOOL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY îiuth, LS!)S. (I'Hifoi'o "Air. Ol i p.] ininti, .).P.) llURAJCTNCl AND JONTUTMNf !. M KX ny Tî row ti wast chavi»'.':r.I with hrortkinir and onfccr i ii <>- tin; rosit lonco o i: Miu A.. Campbell, Torminus «troct, on tho 20l.h. May, Surreal il. Smith, on oath, slated : From informa- \ Lion iviiL'ivi'd nboul a o'clock ytnl.enbiy morning ff I prooooiiul to tho rosidtuicu ol' Tlionrts Mouban, " which i-i Mkiintoil in Toj'iiiiniisi-íiti'Lv.'t; ¡ I them uaw uc:t.:us.i'l lyin;_ï on Iho Iloor ol: ono of 111»T rooina, boiuti hold down hy Mooball ami ii niau namoi I Kuborlw ; J uiTostod uoonsod anti bronchi, bim to the lock-up ; tili» murnini.; I chimooli liiui as abovo ; in reply to thu eliiirtro ho said " I ilon'L runr.-mbor anything about il"; ycuLorduy o v <? o i o :>. I oxmninod tho huit rantt.'tilri!f ol' thu bo-ok door ol' Mrs, (J/wn |»1»UM'H IVMMI i.noo mid found oin: ol' the 1 i i ii i > '.» - > M J: 11-. I s ne...

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A FANCY GODMOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

A FANCY GODMOTHER. THB day of tho half otarving artist baa paaaod. Kew York's Quarter .Latin has dis . covered a fairy godmother who proposes to watoh over tho garrot hornea of painter and Houlptor, and wherein ia found the divino flame Darning thither shall recognition come. Thut old saying, genius haB over been poor, has proven vory comforting to those . who find tho ront and laundry problems pretty stiff dooumonta, but if recognition ie I all the poor artist needs to straighten things out a bit, then hu or Hbo ii oed never pose behind that old timo saying again. There ia great rojoioing, of course, though the news Booma too beautiful to bo ttue. Good angela have boen fluttering hither and ion, but nono before haB alighted by studio earthBtoncB. Thero have long been organ- ized Booiotios for the prevention of oruolty to animals and to children. Dog sanitariums) have been erected at the instigation of soma dear humanitarian soul, but how often is a word spoken to brighten the pale ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

Your Grocer îcosps Wood's Groa!. Pepper- mint Curo for Goughs end Colds, I/O and 2/6. HUGH .Dui? and Co. will hold a sale of stock, farming imp'ements, household furni- ture, etc., a t tiie residence of M v. D. H. Warby, Ingleburn, on Saturday next. A BA.NQUKT, to mark tho close of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Warby's connection with the dis- trict, will he held at the School of Arts, Ingleburn, on Wednesday evening next. A cou KT of appeal, for the hearing of appeals against the Smithfield municipal assessment, was held at the local Police Court before the P.M. and Mr. Chapman, .T.P., bo-day. Oub of six appellants only two pub in an appearance. The assessments were' confirmed in fivo instances and in- one as slight reduction was arranged. * The Bench complimented the valuer present (Mr.. Farr), upon the reasonable valuations. For Bronchial Coughs talc« Wood's Great Peppermint Cuto, 1/0 nod 2/6 AT the local Small .Debts' Court bo day, the Cabramatta and - Canley Vale Munici- pality, which was...

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