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SKETCHER. A PRIVATE ZOO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
- - A PRIVATE ZOO. Mrs John Elitoh, of Denver, Gol., ia without doubt the only woman in the world who fondles lion cubs for amusement, and prefers them to either dogs or kittens as household companions. This remarkable woman sees nothing1 in her aotions, however, and says that sho colleoted Btrange, wild beasts for pets simply because she liko3 thom, and not for a fa^ or to attract attention. She owns the only private zoological garden in the country, and she takes great delight in personally looking after all tho details of the management. ' I enjoy my garden more than anything else.' said Mrs Elitoh to me a few days ago. * I did not get it originally hecauso I wanted it. My husband, when a little boy in San Francisco, used to go to the Zoo and say:-'I'll have one of my own when I grow up.' He had juot got his own zoo together when he died, eight years ago. Up to that time I had only oared for music and art, and spent my time painting and sketch- ing the magnificent Colorado scener...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
The lion, though he stands no higher than a large mastiff, is from six to eight feet in length. About 100,000 tona of carbon are annually sent up by the Londou ohimneys in the form of smoke. About four million copies of the Bible are sold every year. Fifty years ago the sale was Bis hundred thousand. A captive bee, striving to esoape, bas been made to record as many as 15,540 vving strokos per minute iu a reoent teat. An aluminium airship has been made in Gnrmnny which has reaohed a height of 1,000 feet, and floated for twelve minnies. It ia said that the amount pxpended on New Tear's Day in Paris for sweetmeats alone excoeds 500,000 francs, or £20,000 sterling. Every week 9,000,000 oysiers aro swal- lowed by tho people of London. Half of tho sholls are broken up ana used for aaphulto'paving. About 140.000 tone of fish are consumed every year in London and the Buburba. The rainfall on the western coast of Eng- land is four times greater than that of the eastern coast. The common gar...
LIGHT ON CHRISTIAN CATACOMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
LIGHT ON CHRISTIAN CATACOMBS. It seems almost sacrilegious io turn into » show those wonderful underground ohamters and passages the early Roman Christians not only buried their dead, hut conducted their worship, and even lived for years, under the horrors of persecution. Nothing, however, is sacred to the modern sightseer and those who cater for him, soie is not sur- prising to hear that tho catacomb of St. Calixtus, tvith its five miles of passages, has just been fitted with a complete installation of the eleotrio light. Thousands of Romans and foreigners witnessed the inception of the illumination, and the orov«d was vividly picturesque. If Rome is going to light all her catacombs there will be no laok for electrical engineers for some time to come. The corridors of these subterranean tombs attain an aggregate length of not less than 350 miles.
A YOUNG MAN'S INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
A YOUNG MAN'S INFLUENCE. I YOUNG man, did it lever occur to you why someone you are acquainted with had more influence than another? Why he was looked up to, and commanded the respect of his associato8 to a greatpr degree than some others ? Certainly you will find such a oaso and the reason is not because be or they may have more money than the others, but be- came their daily bonduot is such as to inspire confidence. The young mon of to nay have within their grasp and should uso facilities for the cultivation of chiraoter. They possess advantages which those of no other age did.
THE SINS OF CHEAPNESS [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
1 THE SINS OF CHEAPNESS AT Wesleyan .Church,' Chippendale, recently, Kev. P. J. Stophenspoke upon tho ewe iting evil in a fashion that ia new to the majority of preachers. : Mr. S'ephen is always im- pressive, but when be (louis with these dark social quotations ho speaks ns ono imagines the prophets of old must have spoken. There is no misunderstanding him - nb ground for suspecting that he speaks but from firm conviction-and the reformer who heara him «>n such occasions cannot but regret that Now South Wales has not a hundred preachers such as he to arouse the sleeping, conscience of her people. Mr. Stephen has a firm grip of the sweat- ing evil-so far as he goes. The sin, he said, was not only tho sin of the seller, it was even more a sin of tho buyers. Blouses at 2-| each would not be made in/ sweating dens if there was not a demand for them, by a professedly Christian community. Men and women would not be held in slavery from 8 a.m. till 10 and ll p.m. for a miserable pit- t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
SEND your Photo and ls to PROFESSOR DATIE, Physiognomist, care Liverpool Herald. His delineations ol' character uro based on purely sqientifio principios. Ho will inform ,you by letter as to traits aud tendeunios, weakness and strength of character, what to arrest and what to cultivate, what partner to solt.ct for lifo and what occupations you should follow. N.B.-Photo carefully re- turned with synopsis of ohnraotor Please state color ol' eyes and hair. Address - Pitvirßskoa DA UK, caro Liverpool Herald, THE TWO GENUINE AJRTIOLES : CLEMENTS TONIO . FLETCHER'S PILLS, IMITATED I BUT UNRIVALLED AND UNEQUALLED. CLEMENTS TONIO ia a scientific chemi- cal food and restores the tissue wasted by the vocations of every day life, is a prompt and safe remedy for neuralgia, nervousness, weakness, debility, liver complaint, dropsy and chronic indigestion. FLETCHERS PILLS cure heartburn, backache, headache, liver torpidity, dys- pepsia, and all complaints of the stomach and bowels. These two romod...
TALL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
TALL STORY. THEY have a Baron Munchausen, in Japan. Tho following extraordinary story is from a Japanese paper : " While storming the first line of forts nt Port Arthur, a soldier belonging to the 24th Regiment raised his rifle to. fire at an un usually conspicuous Ohinaman. Just, Jas he was about to fire, a bullet from tho enemy's side came whizziug on and. marvellous to relate, entered the barrel of his own gun ns smoothly and neatly ns if the muzzles had boen placed month to mouth. Of course, there was an explosion, and the soldier's pieoe was shattered to the stock, but with out his receiving any injuries whatovei, A fractional variation to tho right or loft would have caused tho hostile bullet to enter his hoad or face, so that his escape waa nothing short of miraculous."
ST. ANNES ORPHANAGE, LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
ST.. ANNES ORPHANAGE, \ LIVERPOOL. ' THE annual ball, in aid of the above admir- able institution,- was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last and proved a de- cided success, although the attendance was scarcely as large as on former occasions and : many familiar faces were conspicuous by their absence. Still, the attendance was fair -about thirty couples-and included a num- ber of visitors from the adjoining districts, the metropolis and suburbs. The hall was prettily decorated with bunting, while tho stage was nicely arranged as a drawing-room, with a profusion of greenery in the fore- ground-tho whole forming a very pleasing and attractive spectacle, upon which Mrs. Mullett, Mrs. Cloke, Mrs. Moreshead, Miss McDougall, Mr. J. V. Cabalan, Mr. Mac farlin?» and Mr. Grace, who earned out the work, are indeed to be complimented. Dancing, to excellent music (violin and > piano), commenced punctually at 9 o'clock and was kept up vigorously till midnight, when an adjournment w...
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1898. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Chapman, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
-THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1898. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Chapman, ,T.1\) Hcni'3' Brown, on remanrl, was charged with breaking and entering the premisos of Mrs. A. ?Campbell, Terminus-street, on thc 29th instant. . Sergeant Smith, re-nworiv, atated : When I ar- rested accused he had no boots on, but before. I brought bini to the lookup a pair of boota was hunduil to mo, which I put on him. Annie Campbell, on oath, stater! : I am a married woman and resirle in Terminus-street ; my husband is away in the country ; about 3 o'clock nn Sunday morning, 20th instant, I was in bed and Felt something pulling ¡it the pillow nuder my head ; I took no notice, but pulled tho pillow back ; I was lying on my left sido ; feeling an- other pull ut the pillow 1 turned over on my right side and putting my hand ont it came in contact with a man's fane; I endeavored to catch the man by tho hair of the hoad und called ont lo my' daughter " There's a man in the room"; the man was kneeling on tho bed at the-time a...
PERSONALITIES. THREE OLDEST RULERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
VIBWIAUIIH. THREE OLDEST RULERS. Tho three oldest crowned heade of Europe eolebrate the eightieth anniversaries of their natal days within a very short time. Indeed, two of these celebrations occurred during April. King Christian IX. of Denmark was eighty years old on April 8, and Queen Marie of Hanover eighty on April 14. Grand Duke Karl Alexander of Saxe - Weimar - Eisenaoh reaohed the four-score mark on June 24. A rure old trio ! Of the three, naturally the most interest- ing is the King of Denmark. Although Denmark in itself is not a great power among European nations, the marriages of the King's ohildren have brought that little country into dose touch with the most powerful kingdoms. Queen Louise of Den- mark has been Btyled the mother-in-law of the greater half of Europe. , Three sons and three daughters resulted from the union of the then Frinoe Christian, fourth son of the Duke of Bohleswig-Hol ntííin, to Prinoes Louiea of Hesse OaBsel. The marriage ooourred on May 20, 1842...
CHAPTER XXIX. AT NOLAN'S FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
CHAPTER XXIX. - , AT NO IAN'S F ABM. The next evening all the family were sitting on the verandah after, tea, and moiré than one pair of eyes was watohing - for the coming1 of some one from down the river. 'There he i«,' at length said Ambrose: 'Toan see Charley's head above the ti-tree ; be ÍB riding. ' How slowly he comes ?* said Mary; 'One would think you were anxious about him, Molly ?' .So I'am. He has been rather badly treated. He went to save Florrie's life, and nearly lust his own. And, after all, she does not love him.' . I suppose you do not want Florrie to love the pair of them, do yon P' 4 Why, oertainly not.' 1 Say, Molly-earnestly now-why don't you set jour oap at Charley ?'. 1 What is the use : he never looks at me when Florrie is near P* . 'He will do so now it 'is all over with Florrie. Ton are every bit as good a girl as Florrie.' . Then yon would like. Ward for . your brother-in-law P'. ' ' Yea-see, no wonder Charley is coming it. slow-old Geordie has got him by t...
TO ROUND THE THROAT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
------yr-rn Wi-wi- i - i i«i Mi MUM-j-? i TO BOUND THE THROAT. To have a rounded throat exercise the throat by singing : sing whether you have a 'voice' or not, deeming the exercise valuable, i At night wrap tho throat in aliñen cloth, j wet with scentod oil. This will nourish the i skin and soften its outlines. Exercise the , throat every day by turning tho head from side to side slowly and never fast. Try this ten minutes every night and morning; If the hair faÜB out change your diet and im- prove your general health. Friction is too rough treatment for ordinary skins. If used to prevent wrinkles it should be gentle and with a little oil on the finerers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
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SHORT STORY. LOVE AND THE CAPELLO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
j . LOVE AND THE CAPELLO. ; THE lights from tho Gymkhana club wen streaii iiig acroeß Halpin road, and the drom of the Wd came lazily aorosp the open filtering itself through the ootopus limbs o the b\g banyanB. and over the lake of rosei ?with which the professor had filled the com. pound That was tbe professor's hobby roses. That and snakes-only the anakei were real business, the roses were for plea- sure. But both thrived equally well ir Rangoon, jacqueminot and the oapello. lt was paradise, this land where the rosef grew even as cabbage, and the hooded devilf came up out of the jungle of their owr aooount to be dissected- So thought Pro- fessor Conti. But the professor was over at the gym now, and the drowsy music, elbowing and jostlicg the straggling light as they crowded through the Kush-Kueh tatties, mingling the soft patter of small talk with which Minora Conti was beguiling the minutes as they sat there, she and the major, waiting the return of the professor. 'Of course, th...
FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
' ORIGINAL ARTICLES. , -- ' Tact. ?6.-THB APPLE (continued)-TIME OP .. ' TBANSPLANTING-PBOPAGATING -; OBOSS . : INO - SEED- BOWING - How TO BEING QUICKLY TO A BEAB1NG STATE-PEOPA GATION BY CUTTINGS-GBAFTTNG AND . INOCULATION - KINDS OF GEAETING ' STOCK ,- WHERE THE AHEGH THEE TKETVES-MODE OP BEABING-PEUNINQ ,. PESTS. Apple trees may be transplanted at various ages ; as they bear this process at a greater .age than any ethers the time of transplant ing may be in any open weather daring the .winter period. The propagation of apple trees is accomplished by seeds, cuttings, Buckers, layers or ingrafting; in raising from the seed oare should be taken in the choice of the fruit and varieties. The sorts of apples proper for orossing or reciprocal impregnation appear to be those which have a great many qualities in com- mon and some different qualities. Thus, the Golden Pippin has been crossed by other pippins or rennets, and not hy cal vii s or -codlings. A small sized apple ' crossed hy a...
NEW YORK FASHION CRAZE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
NEW YORK FASHION GRAZE.v Originality j «st new rivals variety in supplying tho spice of life. , What with royal ceremonies, nnique cotillions and vege- table balls, there would seem to be nothing left in the way of entertainment that may be oalled new. But there is. It would hardly do to call it a poultry show, but it is akin to to one in that i^ is Wets, rather-a full dress »dove dinner.* Suoh dinners have been heard of before, but not like this particular one, which was con- ceived and carried out on most original lines; ergo, it is new. She who assembled the 'doves' likes to be unlike, and is ever happy in her inspirations, and successful in their development. . Hers is a studio home on a fashionable avenue that is notable for the individuality of its ar- rangement. Art and ingenuity are hand in hand everywhere from dining room to 'den.' A 'lord and master' also is one of the ad- mired adornments, and always minds well. The latter portion of this statemoat may seem irrelevant, bu...
THE WAR. SICKNESS IN CUBA. AMERICA CAUTIOUS. HER FORCES PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
THE'WAR. SICKNESS, IN. ,CrO"BA, AMERICA CAUTIOUS. EE lt FORCES PREPARED. America has deemed it advisable, owibf to the great, mor» ali ty now prevailing, and tho near approach of the unhealthy season in CU-HH, tr» take precautionary measures for safeguarding the health of her forces en- gaged thtjr*. As showing the imperative Tiesa of; this step, net only have her own forces been prepared, but arrangements are being made to supply the insurgents with medical stores. Taking to account the s«ri ous reccomrhondatioofl of General Wyles, Col. P. A. Hoffman, and other known mili- tary experts, it may safely bo concluded that in the medicine-chest room will have been found for Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills for Pale: Pcoplp, which effected such a marvellous ?cure in the case of Mr. John Hinnigao, of 18 Bay-street West, Sydney. " My illness," said'Mr. "Hinnigan to the' reporter who nailed upon him, " started as a good many other illnesses do-just a cold, and at first I didn't take much notice of ...
STRONG PRAISE FROM A MELBOURNE MAN. SUFFERED FOR MANY YEARS FROM ACUTE BILIOUS ATTACKS. UNABLE TO ATTEND TO HIS BUSINESS. MANY DOCTORS AND VARIOUS MEDICINES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898
STRONG PRAISE FROM A- MEL, .. BO UH NE'.MAN. SÜFFEKED POB MANY ? YEARS FROM ACUTE BILU.U3 ATTACKS; UNABUE TO ATTEND TO HIS BUSINESS. MANY 3> iOTORS AND VARIOUS MJïDIOINES VUTlMîRI/T FAIL. BILE BEANS OOMPTJETKIÍY CURES HIM. In tlie person of Mr. F. J. Boustiore, of 67 Toornk-rond, Melbourne, ono finds a splendid specimen of the French people who was horn ia Paris some 45 years ago* Mr, Housliere is a well-known ladies' coiffeur, of South Yarra and 'lioorak, who has patented a very successful article, well known as 44 Lotion Infallible:" This gentleman for n number of years suffered from severe chronic biliousness, from which lie was unable to obtain 'any .permanent relief what- ever, although many doctors were consulted and patent medicines taken in endless variety. In Mr. Boustiere's case, ns in nearly all cases of biliousness, there we.ro violent headaches, in- digestion, had breath, loss of appetite, and many other more or le3S severe symptoms which usu al ly'accompany attacks ...