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LADIES' COLUMN. BICYCLE HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

BICYCLE HAT. The very latest bloyle hat is made of straw in all tho new shades, and has a Bauoy, rolling brim. The orown ia rather high, with an outward curve, while tho trimmings -aro severely plain, usually a twist of chiffon with a buuoh of ourlod twills.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE. A FINAL word to the free men of this country before tho battle of Friday. If any of you aro in doubt let that dissolve now and con- sole your conscience with the fact that you will record no false vote to stifle ut ibs birth a Constitution for United Australia. To have casb in your certificate of citizenship with the vagrant forces arraj'ed against tho Bill will bo to have ever inflicted on your mind the memory of an error of judgment against, your native or adopted land. If this Bill be rejected, the provincial politicians will take good caro that Federation is hermitioally pigeon-holed. If any of you have been persuaded by press misropresenbabion and suppression, or by platform platitude, and plausible rhetoric, bo reject this Bill, leb your minds be re-opened for a libtle further reflection. Remember that this Bill cannot be superseded- by one incorporating tho capricious and unfedoral demands of the anbi-Bill parbies-parties, boo, who are nob agreer! amon...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eve; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XXVIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eve ; ale of the lEaori Sar Bj EDWIN DOME, Author oí * Father and Son ' ; « The Mystery of Mervellieu,' eto. CHAPTER XXVIII.-(OoNTxm7HD.) ?That's jost what troubles me--I don't know where to begin.' ' Oh, you are a dullard, Don. I wonder .what Florrie aeea in' you.* ' So haye I wondered,' smilingly replied the lad. ' It mast be your modesty ; that is cer- tainly tho most captivating1 thing about yon.' . I am glad you think ao. I am told that modesty is in great demand in these colonies; that both sexes, especially the yoong, have quite forgotten what the word means.' 'You seora there, Don,' interposed Mr. Campbell. 'To what do you put that down, Mr. Campbell P* .To the throwing1 off of restraints. All the oiroumstanoes of life are so different ont here. There ia no nobility, you Bee. Tho children know no lord of tho manor, the solon or representative of some great house, ?which has lorded it over the pooplo for generation after generation, from whom ...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY THE FEET SPREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

WHY THE PJ5ET SPREAD. , We all know that our feet spread, and take it quite as a matter of course, but it seems that after all there is no necessity for their doing so. They spread because we do not know how to rest them properly. The feet do not grow, but by resting theta in the wrong way the musoles have been permitted to take a wrong direction, and the foot flattens. When a woman finds that the in- step of the foot is tired she should change her stookings for thin ones and put on slip- pers with a totally different heel from that of the shoes she took off, either higher or lower, as the case may bo. Then she should lie down, turn upon her face and plaoe a pillow under the insteps of both feet so that every inoh of tho breath of her feet should rest upon the pillow. When this is done the foot is at ease. The musoles rest and strengthen and the beautiful aroh of the insten is preserved.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

PHOSFE (Registered. Trade Mark.) A VITALISING TONIC IMPARTING- NEW LIFE & EN ERGY TO THE 3EHTÏRE SYSTEM. CURIES i-ïenraïgia. IST üuritis Sciatica. .Impaired Vitality. Brain Fag. "Hervous ISxhaustion. Melancholia ^Rheumatism Lumbago. Sleeplessness. Local & General DeMiity. Constitutional Weakness. Impaired Digestion. And all such Disorders, 40, Henslowe Road, Barry Road, . 13'»st Dulwich, S.E. WEESES. ASHTON" & PARSONS. Y)fnv Sirs,-I air» delighted to be able, for ibo first time in my life, to bear testimony to the effie J cy nf a patent medicine (and I h ive tried numbers), but I must certainly congratulate you on -having at tho last tapped the Elixir Vitro-at least, so it has provotl in my cns«: I am, of coursa, referring to your PÍÍOSFERIMiÜ, which, iflhnd my will, should be supplied free to every rheu- matic or dyspeptic subject in England, feeling sure that they would each one ?esperioiioo an equal benefit to myself. I liMve been suffering for the post tw...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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LATEST IN STATIONERY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

LATEST IN STATIONERY. According to a. London correspondent, huge envelopes that contain only one simple unfolded sheet of paper are to be the mediums of ceremonious correspondence among people who have a true regard for tho elegauoies of life. It is a style neither pretty nor sensible. Its very expensiveness has an economical air about it that makes one think only half sheets oan be used. The extravagance even in the wide extent of envelope does not de- stroy this feeling. Enterprising Htationers may work their deadliest will and ingenuity as to new styles in papers and envelopes, but one must wondor who and what are the people who are attraoted by their glaring novelties. There ought to be one legitimate rule for the writing: materials of well-bred men and women, and that is to have it as good and plain and as perfectly fresh as possible. . Nothing is prettier than a square sheet of ivory white, paro^ment-like paper, with the address neatly stamped at the top, . and perhaps, if orn...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Psalm of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

:' 'Toll mo* not in 'mournful.nmnbera .. ? -Advertising does not pay-; For tho man's non compos mentis Who, would such absurd things say. Life is real! Lifo is earnest ! And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In the world's broad field Of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives, of. rich, men all rotaind us We joaírr fhalcé' oar, owh subli trié, . . And by'liberal advertising To the higheSt summit climb. .

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

Impurities of the Blood Until these purifying Pills have had a fair trial, let- no one .be longer oppressed with the notion that his malady is in- curable. A few doses viii remove all disordered actions, rouse thc torpid liver, relieve the obstructed (cidneys, cleanse iniptire blood, and confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thorwgh purification throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headacre .No organ in the human body is HO linble to disorder ai the 'livor. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on the stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding proparly, Holloway's Pills give strength to every oigan, speedily remove all cn mes of indigestion, inspis:atad bile, and sick, headache, and effect a permanent cute. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by execs-; of any kind, whether. mental or physical, the effects of these Pil...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

POSTAI* INFORMATION, MAXIS are despatched from rjiiverpool Post OAS oe daily {Sundays excepted),, as follows : ,.. ; Sydney, Parramafcta. and Glenfield, ,9:-30!a.m. Bringelly, Moorbanky Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. Sydney,'12^30 p.m.- . , Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.PiO.j at S-30 p.m. . < ; ? Sydney,- Parramatta, and Granville; at 9*30 p.m. On every Tuesday and Saturday mails are des- patched for Holdsworthy -'laúd -Eckersley'a12 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 ard despatched to Sydney, i Parramatta, Granville, arid Travelling P.O. at- S pim< . MAILS are received at the Liverpool Post Offioe daily .(Sundays excepted),, as follows i Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. afc 8 am., , Moorbank,.{¡'.45 a. tn. , . Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam : . den,- 10-a.m. :. Bonnyrigg, 12*45 p.m....

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TURKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

TURKEYS. Turkeys* eggs hatch in four weeks after setting. Strong eggs hatch out several days earlier. Take young turkeys from the nest as soon as they are dry, to prevent them from mash- ing, wrap them up and keep in warm place. Give no food for a day and night ; there is a residuum of yolk to be absorbed and voided. Too early feeding interferes with this process. When all the eggs have hatched; remove the turkeys to a temporary coop. Burn . the nesting straw, whitewash pen and boxes, sprinkle with kerosene wash if vermin are suspected. Greuso heads, throat and under the wings of old turkeys. Grease with lard or unsalted grease all the small turkeys and return them to the pen, and feed for first week hard boiled eggs chopped fine, chopped lettuce and onions, raw or boiled. Feed hens grain' and some soft food. For regular feed after firat week make ourds of butter- milk or olabber, soalded and pressed from whey. Sprinkle occasionally with red pepper. Also feed plain corn oake, un- sa...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. To tlie Editor. SIR,-Feeling that a possible false impression might be made current by the paragraph dealing wit!) the application of thc proceeds from the Christmas concert nt Hoxton Parle (in that some might impute that the money has been improperly used-using a mild term), I would thank you to insert a word or two to put matters in a clear light. Among others, the question of forming a drum and life band was certainly discussed, but being almost immediately impressed with the folly and unfairness of the step (since the gilda, wdio worked quite as lund ns tho boys, would de- rive no benefit at all from the entertainments), I forthwith abandoned it and decided to defer, specifying any definite object till re-assembling for the new year, when 1 purposed cullinga meet- ing of tho parents to hoar their views. My in-, tention I made known to moro than ono, and they all agreed that I was following a sensible course and also in .vithliolding thc expression of thnt in- ten...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHOLEMEAL BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

WHOLEMEAL BISCUITS. Ingredients : Three ounces of wholemeal,.. three-quarters of an ounoe of butter, quar- ter of a teaspoonful of salt, one egg, milk if needed. Mix the wholemeal and salt into a basin.. ' Melt the butter, and pour into the flour. Well beat the egg ; aud mix the wholemeal, with it to a still paste. If it orackBand. seems too dry, add a little milk. Boll it out on a flouted board to about aa eighth of an inoh thick., Out it into neat,. email rounds. Make about six holes in eaoh one with a fork or skewer. Lay them on a greased baking tin, ana bako about ten to fifteeu minutes m a moderate oven. They, mast be very little browned. , I " . A well-known vooal instructor recently put the phonograph to an unusual uso. She nad several pupils for whom she was anxious to secure European experience, and she had them slug into the phonographic horn. She took tho cylinder to Berlin, where the voices, were reproduced for the German managers . BO successfully, that, engagements to ...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMFORT FOR THE OLD FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

COMFORT FOR THE OLD FOLKS. SUPPOSÉ'the wheels of timo could suddenly be reversed, and we could, in an instant, go bade to the year 1814. Why; man', you wouldn't recog- nise England. You wouldn't know how to speak, what to do, or how to. understand the things ?around you. You would bens completely lost as. though you were whisked away and dropped on tho planet Jupiter. You would find no railways in England, no telegraphs, no running-water in the City houses, and mighty few of the bouses themselves that are standing now. Between 1814 and 1894 thc difference is as great as between 1814 and 1600. Yes ; nnd greater. Yet a lady who was born ia 1814 writes us the following letter. She says : " In the early part of 1884 I commenced to feel weak and ailing. My appetite was bad, and after meals I had an aching pain in tho chest and a most uncoinf or ta ble feeling in thè stomach. My mouth tasted badly, and I spat tip a sour, sickening fluid. I was much troubled with wind, belching it up frequ...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOCHA ICING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

MOCHA ICING. Pat four ounces of good fresh butter into a basin, and beat it with a wooden spoon till quite sofo. . Bub half a pound of ioing sugar through a . hair sieve. Add this sugar to the butter, and work both well together, till they look smooth and white like whipped cream. Now add slowly about one tablespoonful of coffee essenoe, or more, according to . whether you wish for a strong flavour, and - darkish tint or otherwise. Then spread on as direoted. The cake should be kept in a cool place . after the ioing is on.

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A HAPPY QUARTER OF AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

A HAPPY QUARTER OB AN HOUR. Suppose a human life, we fix At years in number ninety-six.. ..96' Say in sleep a third goes by, Away thus thirty-two years fly..82 In bouts of siokneeâ, law's delays^ Aooidents on trav'ling ways, A fourth pf life's consumed, let's say, So twenty-four years pass away........ 2é Two hours eaoh day in labor's mill, Or study passed, eight years fulfil........ 8 Double these as passed between Griefs and worries-there's sixteen....., 16 Half an hoar his dreaming head ' Is bent on sohemes-see two years fled... 2 One hour and quarter it appears The toiler, claims, so go five years..5 Td food and drink each day two boura, A total of eight years devours.......... 8 Let a man one year survive ' - This total sum of ninety-five.95 He's jast left with, his whole life through One year for what birds eaoh spring do. That is, eaoh day the Fates him bless With Fifteen minutes' hnppiuess. -WILLTAM WÁTBON.

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POETRY. A SONG OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

, A SONG- OF LIBERTY. Across the land-from strand to strand Loud ring the bugle notes, . And Freedom's smile from ielo to isle, '. Like Freedom's banner floats. The velvet vales sing ' Liberty !' To answering skies serene ; The mountains sloping; to the sea, , Wave all their flags of green. The rivers, rushing to the deep, , The joyful notes prolong, And all their waves in glory leap . To that immortal song- J One song of liberty and life A That was and is to be, ' Till tyrant flags are trampled rags, And all tho world is free. I It rises, and an euho comes From chained and troubled isles, * And roars, like ocean's thunder drums, Where glad Columbia smiles. Where, throned and great, she sits in state, Beneath her flanrs of stars, Her heroes' blood the sacred flood That orimsoned all its bars ! Hail to our country ! Strong she stands, Nor fear the war drum's beat ; The sword of Freedom in her hands . The tyrant at her feet ! -FRANK L. STANTON.

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WHITING SOUFFLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

WHITING SOUFFLEE. Ingredients : Half an ounce of butter, one nuuoe of flour, half a giil of odd water, a emull whiting, one largo egg or two ena ttl I ones, pepper und salt. Well butter some miall sultablo moulds. Molt tho butt or in a pan, stir in the flour smoothly, then add the oold water. Stir ' thia over the fire till the mixture turna very' thick, and can be rolled round the pan with- out sticking to it. Do this over a gentle heat. Next put this panada, as it is called, on to a plate to cool. Sorapo off all tho flesh from the boiftaa of v the whiting. You will require a quarffr of a pound of fish. Fut the fish into a mortar and pound well. Add the panada and the - egg and pound well. Season well with salt and pepper. Beat till Htiff half a gill of oream and stir it in very lightly. Fill the moulds three-parts full of the < mixture. Stand them ia a saucepan with ? boiling water to come half-way up the tins. .Lay a piece of greased paper over the top. . Steam gently f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEKEEPER. LEMON SQUASH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

.-O LEMON SQUASH. Ingredients í Hnlf a lemon, one teaspoon- ful o? castor, sugar, ioa ii' liked. Strain the lemon juioe into a tumbler. Add the sugar and mix well. Just before serving, fill up the glass with noa*-water, and put in a small lump of iee if desired.

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CHOCOLATE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

CHOCOLATE PUDDING;. Ingredients : Quarter of a pound of choco- late, quarter of a pint of milk, quarter of a - pound of castor sugar, three ounces of but- ter, six ounces of breadcrumbs, Wo eggs,., vanilla. Well butter a mould or basin, grate the - ohooolate, and mix it with the milk; then boil these two together, to make the former - smooth. Oreara the butter and sugar ; stir - into these the yolks of eggs and the crumb. Now pour in the boiled ohooolate and a few drops of vanilla. Beat the whites of the . eggs to a still froth, and add them lightly to the other ingredients. Put into the mould . and steam for one hour.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUREE OF CAULIFLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

PUREE OF CAULIFLOWER,.. The following is a delicious -white.soup»'., and one that would be suitable for an in- valid's menu. Ingredients : One ounce of butter, one* fairly-sized cauliflower, half a gill of cream,, one pint of white stock, half a pint of milk, one and a half ounces of nour, salt and pep- per, one teaspoonful of onion. Melt the butter in a very clean, bright pan. Wash the cauliflower well, and break lt up into bmall branches. Keep about six .of them out, and lay thurn asido. Put the onion and cauliflower into the butter and. toss lightly about in it over the fire for about eight minutes. Take care it does not brown. Next stir in the flour very smoothly,, add the white stock gradually, and the milk,, wh^oh should first be scalded. Let it cook gently . till the cauliflower is soft ; it may* take about thirty minutes. Then rub it. through a hair sieve. Rinse out the saucepan, reboil the soup, season it carefully, and just before serving r add the cream and the branohos p...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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