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The Li[?]ool [?]erald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 2 1898. FEDERATION. AUSTRALIANS, RISE AND FEDERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 4 June 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MONNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 2 1898. FEDERATION. -: o :- AUSTRALIANS, RISE AND FEDERATE. AUSTRALIANS, rise ! Why longer wait   While wrangling politicians prate   On theme that new dissentions breed ? Arrest this paltry party strife That bars us from the larger life And panders to provincial greed.   Australians, rise ! No longer wait, Unfurl the Flag and Federate. From shore to shore resounds the cry, "Sweep, sweep the cobweb barriers by And let us one strong nation be." Before the eyes of all the world The Union Flag must be unfurled— Ours then a noble destiny. Australians, rise ! No longer wait,   Unfurl the Flag and Federate. There is no land beneath the sun That stalwart pioneers have won With Nature's gifts more rich and free, No land with men of sturdier race Destined to win a worthier place In the world's future history. Australians, rise! No longer wait, Unfurl the Flag and Federate. Then let us rise, a...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 37.—THE PEAR—DESCRIPTION OF THE TREE — WHERE FOUND WILD — DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CULTIVATED PEAR AND APPLE TREE—ANTIQUITY OF THE PEAR — QUALITIES OF VARIETIES—FOR THE KITCHEN—FOR PERRY—THE BEST SORTS FOR CUTTINGS—GARDENS—PROPAGATION EARLY PRODUCTS—SOIL AND SUBSOIL[?] PRUNING—PERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

WMM AM M&mm ? v..--. -A ORIGINAL ARTICLES. -Pfo. 37.-TUB PKAE-DESCRIPTION OF THE ,TBHH - WHBBB FOUND wriiD - DIP FEBENÖH BETWEEN OULTIVATED PEAR AND ' Arran THEE-ANTIQUITY OP THE PEAR - QUAUTIES OF VARIETIES-FOE THE KITCHEN-FOE PURRY-THE BEST SORTS FOE CUTTINGS-GARDENS-PROPAGATION EAELY PRODUCTS-Soili AND SUBSOID PRUNING-PEBBY . .The Pear in ita wild Btate is armed with "thorne and has upright branches tending to the pyramida1 form-in whioh it differs ^materially from the apple tree. The twigs .or ßpraya hang down, the leaves are ellipti- cal, obtuse and serrate, the flowers in ter- minating villon corymbs, produoed from wood of the preceding- year or from buds gradually formed on that of several years' growth on the extremities of very short pro- truding shoots. It is found in a wild state in England, and abundantly in France and 'Germany as well as other parts of Europe, The cultivated tree differs from the apple not only in having a tendenoy to the pyramidal . form, but a...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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SO HE RELEASED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

SO HE "RELEASED.-HIM." THE following story is told in connection with one whose names and titles may be found in De brett. Tho butler of the peer in quostion discovered a burglar hiding ia a china closet one evening about niuo o'clock. Being by far tho stronger mau of tho two the butler took tho depredator to his master who happened to ba iu tho study at the time, and asked whether he should send for a policeman. Of course." replied his lordahip, "on, rather," added he, with tho instinct of self preservation, "I'll ring for one," and so saying ho rang the bell. A servant appeared, whom his lordship re- quested to go into tho kitchen and bring up a j o'ic^men or two. Th» domostio returned and said there were no policeman on tho promises. "What.!" exclaimed his lordship in in- credulous tones; do you mean to tell me that with a cook, two acnllory maids, and throe housemaids in my employ, there is no polioe mun in my kitchen ? It is indeed a mirado., and our prisoner shall reap tho ben...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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TATTOOING AMONG LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

TATTOOING AMONG LADIES. TATTOOING among- ladies is held in high es- teem in Europe. Qunen Olga of Greece has un anuhor tattooed on her shoulder «s a token of her «ffnotion for her father, the late Grand Duko Constantino oC KUSHÍU; and Princess Waldemar of Denmark, wife of the sailor son of King Christian, is also marked in like lashiou, with the addition of aorovvn. It is said that L»dy Randolph Churchill is the only living woman in the English peerage who has been tattooed. The idea occurred to her whilst travelling in India. She sent for an artist, who submitted de- signs and suggested the symbol ot" eternity a snake holding its tail in its mouth. L^dy Churchill approved, and tho result is a beautifully-executed snake coiled ab.mt her arra just abovo tho wrist. Aa n rule, a gold band covers it, and only, personal friends have seen the design.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. A MURTiNG of tho above council was held on Thursday evening, 2nd instant. Present-Tho Mayor und Aldermen Stimson, Weataeott, Linley und Telfer. COUUICSPONDKNOK. Minutes of previous meeting were rend and, confirmed. s Tho Drummoyne Council wrote requesting co- operation in sending a lotter of condolence to Mrs. Grindstone. The council decided to comply with the request. MuBHrs. l<\ líosslej', Meadows and Donarius wrote relutivo tb tho ututo of various roads. The letter was referred to thc Works Committee. J. W. Garrett wrote enclosing amount of ar- rears of r-ites and couts ami asking why ho hud been sued without receiving a final notice. It was decided to allow tho mutter to romain in abeyance in order that tho clerk might produce tho butts ol: tho fi nul notices. A lotter, Hignod by fifty-throe ratepayers, ox pressing approval of the oouneil'u docinion in in- creasing thu clerk's salary, waa received. rtlCPORTS. The Finance Committe...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

THE Liverpool Herald With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and "Liverpool Mercury), Published Every Saturday . : ' Morning, [8 one of th« BEST ADVERTISING MuDIUMS out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation, throughout the wbple Jof the District, including Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta. Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of Liverpool. . -O It contains tho "LATEST N, ^.iW, S. ! ; right up to the timoofpublicatidn. Rate of Subscription. Payable in advance per quarter ... 2s 6d [f booked, per quarter ... '.;3s;3d Scale of Charges for Advertising. For the first inch ... 3s Od Special tenn s will bc made for standing advertisements. -o Notice to Correspondents. All Communications for insertion ni thc columns of thia journal must be accompanied with tho real name and address of the writers, not nécpscnriTy for publication, but aa a guarantee of good'faith; .0:0 JOB FAINTING IN ALL ITS BLANCHE...

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Growing Old Gracefully. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

Growing Old Gracefully. -» ?? THESE is an art in growing old as in everything else, but some people never seem to take tho trouble to learn the seoret ot it. They ding to youth long after all resem- blance of it ha« vanished, and instead of getting the admiration they hoped, they are exoiting nothing but ridicule. Every ago has its charms, but to endea- nour at fifty to retain the freshness and bloom of seventeen is absurd in the extreme.' And yet what a number of women there are who trj to keep up thia flimsy fiction of extreme youth, when every line aud wrinkle on their faces betrays them to be double the age they try to delude themselves inty fancy- ing that they are ! The wa y they dress sometimes is a study ; one oan see that every artiole has been well thought over, oven to the smallest details. The low, white evening-dress, whioh is very often décolleté to an extrome, with its sprays of rosebuds and bebe ribbon-a dress that too infantile for her thirty years ago she wears at ...

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STRANGE PREDICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

STRANGE, PREDICTIONS. ZADKIBTÍ, whose almnnno for 1898 has just roached Australia, does uot prophesy smooth things for the present year. Troubles., it ?would seora, are likely to be unpleasantly numerous, and to be pretty evwuly dis- tributed all over the world. This month promises to be a deoidedly, s irring month. The United States will then enter upon an adventurous foreign policy, apparently directed-against Canuda. Fric- tion with that oountry is promised, which is likely to beoome dangerous to pence. At the end of tho month, "an awkward; imbroglio" awaits the British Government, which, however, will extricate itself some- how, on'y to have to contend against oppon- ents both powerful and persistently hostile. In Ootobor. foreign nffuirs will look un-, promising. Au 13MKUTJ3 iu Egypt or Soudnn is predicted, and yet moro lighting on the borders of india. Almost the only pleasant event predicted by Zarlkiel is that som« useful reform will bo iunuguratod in'Hie pn«t office. Tho Bt...

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SHORT SHORTY. HIS SECOND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

HIS SECOND WIFE. : '»AND for all that he'll bo married again before the year's out, sure aB my name's Bfelissa Matthews. 'Spose you've heard the conundrum, Why is a widower like a baby?' I ' Don't know's I have ; but you'd oughter know, Melissa, you've had experience enough with both.' . . * Why, the first six months they both cry, and the second six months they begin to take notice ; and it's mortal hard to get. them over the pecond summer- Now some widowers taJce more time about takin' notice than others ; but JEthel Osgood will never get her pa over that second summer. Mrs. Osgood, she's made hiai too comfortable and given him too great a respect. for the marriage state for him to go afilictin' him- self all his days out of gratitude to her memory.' Melissa's remarks frequently b.elied hor name, for they lacked the smoothness and sweetness of honey, and might better bo likened to vinegar which setteth the teeth on edge. Bnc Melissa, in ber capacity as nurse, had seen a great deal...

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A PROMINENT SYDNEY BUSINESS MAN CURED. SUFFERED FROM BILIOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, LOSS OF APPETITE, AND SLEEPLESSNESS. BILE BEANS ACHIEVE ANOTHER GREAT VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

f..'" . i . -1-i- . -;-;-; A PROMINENT SYDNEY . BUSINESS MAN CURED. "BUITFERED PROM BILIOUSNESS, SICK HËAD T ! . I ÄÖJH B, .LOSS OF APPETITP!, ' AND : SLEEPLESSNESS.' 'BILE BEANS ACHIEVE ANOTHEll GREAT VICTORY. j Mr. Frederick I Jarks, ol Park road. Moore Park, '.Sydney, turned from his desk and ¡greeted our re- porter with a smile. " So you want to know, about my cure hy Kilo Beans ? Well .some time since I sn tiered severely from attacks, «of biliousness and sick headaches. I have not "tho álig'htest doubt that these periodical suffer- ings wero caused indirectly by the warm, moist .weather, which wc find so trying in Sydney during the summer months. My constitution has never been one to be easily affected, but there is no other way of accounting for these, attacks. As time went on and the weather igrevv hottor the biliousness assailed me regu- larly, in fact every throe days found mc unable ito attend my business, tho headaches and diz- ziness being so bad that I could uot read m...

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THE QUEEN, THE PRESS, AND THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

THE QUEEN, THE PRESS, AND THE PRINCE. The idea that the Court, by which one really means tho Queen, pays little attention to newspaper opinion is a mistake. During' the early days of the Priuoe Consort, ' Punoh' more than once received protests from Buckingham Palace. It was only ont of loyalty to tho Throne and admiration for the great Queen that tho sage of Fleet-st. laid aside his baton when the Consort's name was mentioned. Tho English people oame to know tho Prince better in later years ; bat at first no mun was moro misunderstood, and no man bore unjust suspicion and thoughtless criticism with more patient dignity. It is well known that a certain cartoon in ' Punch' was deeply rosented by the present German Emperor ; and the Prinoe of Wales snubbed a prominent journalist now deceased on account of an e&say more personal than pleasant in tho estimation of the Prince. It was his royal highness who stopped the publication of the portrait o£ a publioist of some position at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

AUSTRALI A'S NATIONAL RESTORATIVE CLEMENTS TONIO < ; , RESTORES. VIGOR,,HEALTH AND VITALITY OF YOUTH. CURES .' ? - '"WEAKNESS,, LASSITUDE, . '' DEBILITY, INDIGESTION, PROMPTLY AND PERMANENTLY. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Mr. Taos. Snowden, Budget Office, Single- ton, N.S.W., writes on Aug. 19th, 1896 : - Some time ago life to me was not worth liv- ing; I simply had a mechanical existence. You will understand that being a printer my occupation is not conducive to goori health. I was working in a closft offi.ee, and became thoroughly exhausted. I lost all desire for recreation, and pleasant momenta were foreign to me. I bad no particular ailment, but I should almost have welcomed a cessation of earthly strife. But tho darkest cloud has a silver lining-.' I read somo testimonials, amongst which was one from Mr. J. C L. Fitzpatrick, M.P., who had been cured. I sent for two bottles of Clements Tonic, and after taking them I was quite well, in fact I never folt better, and I cheerful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

Impurities of the Blood Until these purifying Pills hay« had a fair trial, let no one ks longer oppressed with thc notion that his malady i.« in- curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer on ev«ry function healthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system, Without disordering the natural act io .1 of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder as the liver. Remember that when nausea, flatuloiicy, or acidity on th« stomach warn us that digestion ii not proceeding properly, Kolloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily retnovo nil onuses of indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick- headache, and effect a perinausut cure. Weakness and Debility, In cases of debility, lnnguor, and nervousness, generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or phy»ical, the effects of thes* Pill...

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ONE, TWO, AND THREE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

ONE, TWO, AND THREE. It was years ago, when I was a child, A fairy oame to me : ' Now, look in your heart and "wish,' she smiled ; 4 You shall have wishes thre». Look deep in your heart and wish,' sha said, ' For what you/wish shall be.' X looked in my heart-I was but a child And I wished for a red, red rose, The sweetest, the largest, the reddest flower That in any garden grows. lt came and it withered within an hoar ; flowers fade, as everyone knows. I looked in my heart-I was but a ohild-? And wished for a milk'white dove, It oame, and surely never before Had any bird suoh love. - . One day it unfolded ¡ts winga and flew Far into the heaven above. I looked into my heart-I was but a child Yet a ohild eau be so wise ; 'Give me what's sweeter than, any ^weet rose, More fair than the dove that flies, A lover, affectionate, good and true.' 'Twas then I looked into vour eves. -T. STEPHEN.

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POETRY. THE SUN WILL SHINE TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

; , POifiTBY". THE SUN WILL SHINE TO-MORROW. You'll find no help in BJ aching, When skies are overoaat ; Sighing makes the heart more drear And shadows longer laßt. Be cheerful, and from here and there A touch of comfort borrow : To «morrow will be clear and f air The shine will shino to-morrow. You'll find no help in weeping-, Because you tread thia morn A thorny path ; each failing tear But adds another thorn. Be cheerful, hopeful, and. maka free Your mind from, thoughts that harrow ; To-mornrw'a path -will smoother be . Tho sun will shine to-morrow. Oh, bear in' mind-let come what may, Or pain or care or sorrow The darkest day will pass away The sun will shine to-morrow. -T. ErcKT.

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PERSONALITIES. SHE MAY BE HANGMAN YET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

I ' PEESOIáMflIS. -<fr- ^ SHE MAY BE HANGMAN TEr. Miss Claire Ferguson, of Salt Lake City, Utah, oooupies, perhaps, the most novel and/ dangerous position of any young woman in the country. She is deputy sheriff of Salt Lake county, and was appointed to that position in the regular manner by Sheriff Lewis, of the same county. Miss Ferguson formerly filled the position of stenographer in the Sheriff's office, but, recognizing her ability and cleverness, Mr Lewis rewarded her by promotion. J} rom now on she will servo papers and notify jurors, and it is expected that open venires henceforth will result in juries of much younger men" than have usually graced the jury box iu tho past. Her position is one of responsibility, and when taking the oath of office she was compelled to file a bond, of £1,000, and as she is an ardent demoorat, she takes much pride in the faot that tho name of W. J. Bryan was attached to this document: MAY HAVE TO SPEINÖ THE TBAP. Although Miss Ferguso...

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INGLEBURN. BANQUET TO MR. AND MRS. D. H. WARBY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

INGLEBURN. BANQUET TO MR. AND MRS. D. H." WARBY. ON Wednesday evening last Mr. and Mrs. Warby, of " Milton Park," were tendered a banquet at the School of Arts to mark the close of their connection with the district. Mr. Warby, during his length}' residence, contributed much to the material advance-, ment of the district, while Mrs. Warby has catered for the social enjoyment of the re- sidents on various occasions at *l Milton ; Park," hence the intimation of their intended ; departure was received with universal regret ? and prompted their many friends to take i the necessa'ry steps to fittingly . mark their appreciîition of the sterling worth of the Warby^ family. To this end a public meeting: was recently held, when the above function : was unanimously decided upon. The ar-: rangements were entrusted to a committee: consisting of Messrs. F. Genty, F. Kidd, Scanlan, Kavanagh, Linklater, Skerritt and Brown, with Mr. J. O'Ryan as hon. secretary, and to the strenuous exertions of the...

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CANLEY VALE AND CABRAMATTA FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

CANLEY VALE AND CABRAMATTA FRUIT- GROWERS'' ASSOCIATION. THE regular monthly meeting1 of the above was ¡hold at the Association Hall, on Saturday evening, .4th instant. Mr. J. Zuni, president, occupied the .chair and there was a fair and representative at- tendance. A Jotter waB received from Professor Binna, of the Agricultural Department, stating that he would be pleased to meet the members of the association in conference relative to the pliyl floxera question. The president stated that a tele- gram bad been sent to the Minister for Agriculture from tho association asking that the eradication -of portion of Mr. Beokingham's vineyard., -which' was pronounced healthy by the inspector and was «eparated fron» the portion infected with phyl- loxera by a oreek, might be delayed for seven idayR, but no reply bad 'been received and in- structions had been given to uproot and destroy tho particular portion referred to. Mr.. Gordon said that such a course of action on the part of the depar...

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The P[?]alm of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

si. Toll "mo not in mournful numbera Auvortjoing docs il'ot pay For the man's non compos mentis Who would such abfiurd things say. Life is roall Life in en mest 1 And tho niau who hopes to'rise To Bucoess in any caHitijr Must expect to advertise. In the world's broad field of battle, lu the conflict of real life, . Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives pf rich men all remind us We QäW mjj;]cb'otir. own-sublime, And by libëral advertising To the highest summit climb. ?O'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 11 June 1898

Macqiiarie-street, Liverpool. GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES ! £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOTTGAL'S' Registered List, containing n«uiee^of 20,000 families advertised Sor, to claim property and money since .1.700. JPrioe ls tíd, post free 2a. Every «ian and women «hould btiy this 'book, as instructions are given how to arecover property from Chancery.-DOUG AL and Co., i62 Strand, Ziondoa, Eng. Est. 3844. A fortune may await you. This boole -can now he obtained from W. C. Rigby, Adelaide; Gordon and Gntoh, Mel., Brisbatie; ;G. Robertson & Co., Mel., «Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. BONANZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. Dixson and Sons manufacture from the ^choicest Havana tobacco, with a necessary ¡portion of American, at a price never before ¡attempted. & for 6d ! ! Sample hundreds .sent carriage paid for 10s.* Mn J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com amenced ¡practice ab 89 Elizabeth-street, ;Sydney {opposite the Supreme Court), .and may be consulted ^very evening between tfche hours...

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