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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

-« ORIGINAL ARTICLES. . r- , . ' .-THE AiaiOND-EXTEBNAL APPE. - ANCE- FBXJIT-KEBNKII - BMTEB i SWEET VAEIETIES-DIFFERENCES SHKIÍL-HOW THE AUÍ0NT> IS REAR El PLOWKES-OIL-ESSENTIAL Orr, - DA QBBS OP THIS On.- LABOE-FBOTI ALMOND-How INCREASED-SIZE IS PI DUDED-THE APRICOT -DESCRIPTION ITS ABUNDANCE IN AUSTBAIIA VABTETTES-METHODS OF PBOPAOATIOK The ...Almond.-The sweet asá bit1 almond trees are simile r in appearance to t pdach, and grow to the height of abo .twenty feet, with spreading branches ai blossoms of a more varied colour than ti peach. The fruit of the almond is not attractive as that of the peach, becaus instead of presenting a similar delicio pulp, the perioarp of the almond thrives ; the "fruit ripens, and when the ripening completed has become a horny.kind . of hui which opens of its own accord. The kern of some varieties of the almond is n< defended by so tough a shell as that of tl peaoh and nectarine, for it is often so tendí that the nuts break when shaken...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

THE ROYAL ROAD SAFE AND EASY TEETHING Is the prompt use of Ashton and Parsons? MATßlOARIA. INFANTS' POWDERS. Thousands of Mothers can testify to this and itheir words are endorsed by Clergy men, Missionaries, Doctors, .Nurses and Dealers from al!: parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS Tb members of the BRITISH; and FOREIGN KôYAt FAMILIES. They cool the -gums^ comfort the child, produce a natural' calm refreshing - sleep, and .render teething, quite easy. I Guaranteed Perfectly Harmless* SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED; We never get a restless night; u Boyland Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd,.1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London.. Please let rae have another large box of Infants' Powders. Could you let me have them to sell ? I have let several people have some, and 1 think, we could sell a good many.. I believe they have been* a great benefit to my baby ; we never get a restless night with her, and she is cutting teeth. Yours truly, j (Mu.) A..HEELEY." The doctor fai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

I'HHrfflllMMMllJIIWiroifBIIIIUUHMIUWirillUUm POSTAL .INFORMATION.. iJSjiTTJS are despatched from - Liverpool .Post. Office .daily <Sundays excepted),'us follows;! Sydney, Parramatta, and G'loi field, 9-30 »itn. Bringelly, Moorbank,.Bonnyrigg', Preston'«, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m.. Sydney, 12*90 p.m. ; .. .,. Oaliiplbelltown, Oataden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5-!$G p.m. Sydney, Parramatta,1 and Granville, at 9'30 p.m. On every Tuesday and Saturday mails« are des- patched for Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 noon. On, every Saturday night, a mail is despatched , to Yavelling P.O., with letters for the Northern* and Western lipes,,at 9"3.0. On Sundays mails'are despatched te Sydney, Parra-matta,'-Granville,--and Travelling . PiO. afc 5 (MATÜS are received at the Liverpool -.Post Office aily-^Sunclays excepted}, as follows s v Sydney, Campbelltown* and .Travelling P.O. at S ; a.m.. TVIoorbanic, 9'45 a. m. . ,?' .Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, IQ a....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

Macquarie-street, Liverp« GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES ! £100,000,009 UNCLAIMED DQUQ-AL'-S Refristered List, containing uatues of 20,000 families advertised for, to «rf aim property and money since 1700. Price 1 s tfd, post free 2s, Every man and -women should buy this hook, «a instructions are given how to recover property from Chancery.-DOUGAL and Go., 62 Strand. London* Eng. .Est. 1844. A fortune may await you. This book can now bo obtained from W. C. Bigby, Adelaide; Gordon and Gi>teh, Mel., Brisbane ; G. Robertson. & Co., Mel., Sydney, Adelaide,1 Brisbane. BONANZA. CIGA.RS.-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. 4 for 6d J 1 Sample hundreds sent carriage paid for 10s.* Ma J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice afc 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may bo consulted every evening between the hours of 6*30 and 8 o'clo...

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ACCORDION PLAITED ASCOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

ACCORDION PLAITED ASCOTS. The broad ends of the ascot tie are aecordian plaited ; four-in-ii ands have their ends plaited too, and the collar that attracts the restless publio attention and buttons behind, is of white or daintily polka dotted linen and in front is as plain asa clergyman's Roman band. Under the ears a flap of of linen begins to roll over, and in the rear this roll is quite deep. With such collars, I .wash stooks and butterfly bows are in taste.

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ORIGINAL SK[?]TCH. GRUMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

OlIilSiLL SSH OL GRUMBLES. Now do not allow the title of this paper, or the name beneath it, to prejudice you. The writer is not a eruety, fusty, musty old bachelor, nor one of those antediluvians who eternally prais e the 4 good old days' and all that belonged to them. Neither is he an old-fashioned fogey who nan see no good in anything new, and who never tires of detracting from the days we live in, and delighteth in turning np his nose at modern fads and fancies. Not a bit of it ; he is simply a man of ripened years and experi- ence, who would like to see men and women better than they are, and therefore ventures to point out a few of the failings of people he meets, hoping, by publishing these re- marks, to show such people th» error of their ways, and thereby induce them to mend them. It often puzzles me why, in this enlight- ened inventive age, some genius does not come to the bid of the victim of starch and stem his onward march to perdition, through profanity, begot of stiff...

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SOCIETY SINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

SOOIETY SINNERS. Society-the Society whioh is always spelled and written with a big 'S* ; Society whose members are so few in number bnt so mighty in influence-is a étrange institution. It is ab strange in its vices as in its' virtues; as strange in its foibles aa in its excellences. One of the strangest features of London society to-day is the prevalence of klepto- mania among its members, an abnormal condition so common and BO well recognised by everyone that the society detective has become the usual preventive. The society detective who makes of kleptomania a speciality is a lady, and entitled by her own birth and bearing to meet the proudest people on a social equality. There are in London at least three women who do such work. When a poor woman in a shop loads her- self like a magpie with trifles she doesn't seed she is arretstcd as a thief. When a man worth millions shoves a valuable trinket up his sleeve he is cabled a kleptomaniac-whioh is probably the truth, as he could ea...

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SHORT STORY. THE HOUR GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

." SHOE? S!01î,. -«, THE HOUR GLASS. BERTRAM EASTFORD had intended to pass the shop of his old friend, the curiosity dealer, into whose pocket so much of his money had gone, for trinkets gathered from all quartern of the globo. He knew it was weakness on his part to seleot that atreet when he might have taken another, but ho thought it would do no harm to treat him- self to one glance at the soductive window of the old ounosity shop, where the dealer was in the habit of displaying his latest acquisitions. On the central Bhelf of the window stood Ian hour glasB, its framework of some wood as black at» etory. He stood gazing at it for a moment, then turned to the door and Went inside, greeting the anoient shopman, whom he knew so well. ' I want to look at the hour glass you have in the window,' he said. He took the hour glass from the shelf in J? the window, reversed it and placed it on a § table. H * There is no need for you to extol its H antiquity,' said .Eastford with a smile.' ' ...

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TRAVELLER. FOURTEEN THOUSAND ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

-4» FOURTEEN THOUSAND ISLANDS. , The Maldive Archipelago, lying in the , Indian Ocean, several hundred miles south-,, west of the southern point of Hindostán, although containing inhabitants, does not,., frequently see visitors from the civilised world. Such & visitor has recently described these islands. They number, it appears, not Jess than 15,000, aud are all composed of ooral rooks. Few of them rise more than seven or eight,. feet above tho sea lovel, although they con-, , tain cocoanut palms and othor forms off, vegetation. Hundreds of little islands;j / ranged in a circle, with narrow and shallow; channels between, form atolls, or rings,,, .. having quiet water within. Occasionally an individual island is found in the form of a ri ag, with a smooth lake en,-., closed in its coral embrace. ' ' :

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THE VALUE OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

THE YÂLTJE OF ADVICE. r ou "You-can always get plenty of advice be "cause it doesn't coat anything, arid conse- quently isn't of any value." Thus say many Cynical people with1 whom the irorld has not gone very well. But oyñios frequently make' ?mistakes in forgetting that exceptionB prove the rule. The advice of one friend to an- other, ie sometimes of inestimable value., .Mr. Tate, of Ithica Cottage, Illawarra Road, Mrirrickviile, ha-s proved the truth of theo-e " mark. '* I was suffering fearfully from ih flúfiñka and ita after-effects," hö says. "A irieiid recommended me to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I did so, and ?ain now completely cured. After thirty years' immunity from trouble, influenza gripped me, and it gripped me pretty tight. Without warning, I suddenly became ill. I always had a first-class appetite; it left me altogether. Positively I could eat nothing at all. Heavy headaches attacked me, and they -continued to increase in violence; a spasm shot ac...

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CHOOSING A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

CHOOSING A WÍFBV Cupid is not kept as basy now-a-days as be used to be. The world ia advancing, and men and women, especially the former, dd a lot, of hard thinking before they finally enter the " blessed state." As .the ages roll on man be- comes harder to please in this particular. Time was when a moderately pretty face and neat, housewifely ways were sufficient for the average man. These times, however, there are other things to be looked after. A pretty face still has its admirers and, alas, a large bank account proves very alluring, but the sensible man prefers a woman ns nearly physically per- fect as is possible, to be tho mother of his children. Woman generally has always suf- fered more or less from ailments peculiar to hèr sex, and, delicate though the construction of the various female organs is, a little care and attention paid at the right time and in the right | direction will greatly alleviate much of the suf- fering wonien go through periodically. Within the small sp...

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THUNDERBOLT, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 July 1898

THUNDERBOLT, THE BUSHRANGER. WRITING in the Glen Innes "Examiner" a   correspondent says :- Meeting the other day an old Italian hawker who gave the information which led to the shooting of the outlaw Thunderbolt nearly 28 years ago, I was remin- ded of the daring acts of that notorious free- booter in this neighbourhood before his career had been closed by a policeman's bullet. One of his deeds of daring is well worth recount- ing. The Tenterfield annual races were being held, and a highwayman was known to be prowling about the outskirts of the town. The hero of the meeting was a little bay gelding named Minstrel, and this horse won the double, the stakes representing about £180. Minstrel was owned by one Pell, a stockman on Mary- land, and on receiving his cheque he converted it into bank notes. Disregarding the advice of his friends to lodge the amount in the bank, he soon afterwards proceeded to the station, riding on a hack and leading the race- horse, with his sav...

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SOME REMARKABLE WATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898

SOME REMARKABLE WATCHES. Since timepieces have come within the reach of everybody, and watohes are made large enough for bioyolo bars and small enough for a lady's ring, it is ouriously interesting to recall some of the old-fashioned ones that served cur ancestors so well generations ago. No one seems to know the exact date of the first timepiece, but the middle of the fifteenth oentury Boems to have been the period when . portable docks' began to appear. in tho different collections of antiquaries there are a few specimens of the ' Nurem burg Eggs,* or watches made in oval shapes and coming from the town after which thtfy were named. Gold and silversmiths seem to have let their faaoy run riot during the sixteenth oentury, and watohes made in the form of duoks, acorns, of cockleshells, and of all Sossible things made their appearance. Cost of them struck the hour, and .one notable invention fired a diminutive pistol, at certain intervals.

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FRENCH LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898

FRENCH LETTER. For some weeks past all the world and his daughter, if not his wife, haye been dancing -the midnight hours away. All evening festivities now commence earlier here than was the case a sea?on or so ago. Ten o'clook is now the hour for arrival, and 2 a.m; for departure. The cotillion is more than ever in favour ; it is a dance that probably appeals more to French people than it would to us, yet it makes a pleasant variety from the continual valse, .a good many readers may possibly never have seen or danced a cotillon, there- fore a little description of how we do it here may prove interesting. Firstly, there are two kinds-the 'grand' and the ' small' ; both are composed of figures of the minuet, in between whioh are introduced variations of ohunsea, valse steps, and others of a more lively nature with a good deal of * bop* in them. The 'grand' cotillon can be danced by any number of couples, whereas the 4 bm all' is for two couples only. In some of the figures tho ladies...

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GLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898

GLOVES. When purchasing gloves do not be tempted-that is, if you cannot afford to buy as many pairs of gloves as you would wish to buy those that are offered to you as being reduced in price, or gloves that are * very cheap,' beoause ' cheap' gloves are never economical. You may be quite sure that the price is not reduced if there is nothing the matter with them. When on glove purchasing bent, think of what colors your gowns are and purohase accordingly. Do not, if you want to be economical, buy white gloves : that is, don't buy them for ordinery use. White gloves are smart 'ooking, there is no doubt.... One pair should always be kept in readiness for dressy occasions, but unless one has an unlimited supply of pm money they are extravagant wearing. 1 Do not be deluded into thinking that a glove a size too small for you makes the hand look smaller, for it is not so* It just gives the hand a deformed look, and it is easy to tell at a glance that the hand is much larger than the glove....

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898

: POMTRY. 1 KEEP AN EYE ON DIOGENES. -v? Diogenes, so runs the tale, 'J ,'.?- A oynio, orabbed and sour, "Would often, in bis tub, bewail And grumble by the hour About the dearth oí honest men, And with his lantern bright, "Would leave his tub at half - past ten, And searoh for one all night. I never trust a man who sees Dishonesty where'er be tarries, For oft we find Diogenes Has cribbed tho lantern whioh he carries. -T. Basât,.

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OLD THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898

OLD THINGS. The old things are the best, even'though time May dim +he gilding, and the sheen grow dull : For on the crumbling wall the ivy olinga, And in the heart the old flowers bud and bloom, For with tho old is rest ; the gnarled tree, The' house grown gray, the rooms all dull and dark, Are filled with visions, dear, and all things old Things that we once had and that now we miss Old lovers, and the moon that rose of old, And flowers of blossom rare and subtle scent That wraps thom all with memories faint and sweet, Like linen old laid up in years gone by, In some old ehest of cedar,, with the flowers, Of pale-faced lavender ; and the faint light Come to the eye that looks, the heait that longs, In holy dimness, thro' the ¿ears that fall. -DE. EDWAED WILLIED "WATSON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION, ÍÍAixs.nre,despatched from Liverpool Post Office daily {Sundays excepted), a3 follows: .Sydney, Par.raonabtH, and Gledfield, 9-30 a.m. Bringelly, Möorbank, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. Sydney, I2'f}0.p.m. Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at ë-ZQ p.m. ? Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, at 9*30 p.m. Oh every Tuesday and Snturday mails ara des- patched for Holdsworthy and- Eckersley a 12 noon. .," On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling P.O., with letters for thé Northern ánd Western lines,,at. 9:30. On Sundays mails are despatched tb Sydney, Parramatta, Granville) and'Travelling P.O. at ,5 p.m. MAIM are rebeived.at the Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), ;as follows Ï : Sydney-, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O: át 8 am. Moorharilr, 9*45 a. ni. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, 'Cam- den, i Ó a.m . Bonnyrigg, 12-45 p.m¿ [loxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and .Prestónos, 5*55 p.m. Sydney, Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 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 will remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, reliave the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole sygtem, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is so Mable to disorder ns the liver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on elie stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove' all anises of indigestion, inspir ited bile, aud sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, -and nervousness, generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or physical, the effects of these Pills are...

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VARIETIES. THE OLD GENTLEMAN SNEEZED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898

YÂ8IKM. .-? THE OLD GENTLEMAN SNEEZED. An old gentleman, whose sneeze is some- thing like a thunderbolt, let off a oharge elope to a oart wbîoh was pulled up at the side of the road. The itor«« waa eo startled by tho noise that ic sprang forward, and HX'frted off at a mad speei, leaving tho driver floundering in the mud, and obi oohing desperately to a pocket* knife. Tho old gentleman was ainu a od at what had happened, but he was oomplot«ly dumb- founded when the man arose from the mud, uud climbed on a fonce and looked round. Thou he carno down and went up a tree. Tile old gentleman thought the driver had hit his head and injured'his brain. Pretty Boon the man came down the tree, and drew a long breath, and said : 'It must have been thunder, bnt I thought it was a gun.' i£

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