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NATURALIST. A LION AT LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
EAiuuint. A. LION AT LARGE. AM one of the keep ora entered the oage of a lion, on Monday, at Oollins'B menagerie, Oefu, near Ruabon, the animal »prang through the door, over the head« of nome of the astonished speotutorn, and put away. It aought refuge in an entry a mile from the fair ground, where it waa enticed into a trap, captured, and takes baok.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot-bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pecto- ral, and put thereto bed. The. chances are they will be all right in the morning. Continue the, Cherry Pectoral a few days,, until all cough has disappeared. Old, coughs, are also cured; we mean the coughs of bronchitis, weak throats:and irrita- ble lungs. Even the hard coughs of consump- tion are always mado easy and sometimes cured, by the continued UBO of s Ay er's ! Cherry1 ¿Pectoral1^ Your own doctor will oxplain this to yon. He knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for sooth- ing and healing inflamed-throats and lunga. You may rely upon. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral to \ stop your cough. \ nownro of -tvortlilosR imitations. . Tho ' it amo ^ Ayur's Oliorry rectoral is blown in tho ninga ol ouch bottle. Put up lu two BIZOS. . MISS BESSIE HOPKINS Receives or Visits Pupils for PIANO. Moot'o College, Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1898. (Before Messrs. Mayne and Chapman, J'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
LIY23RPJQQL PÖLICH. COURT. . THURSDAY, JOLY 7, 1898. (Before Messrs, Mayne and Chapman, J'sP.Y Walter Henry; Bligh was charged ¡with disobey- ing an order of .the,Newtown Cornil,for. ;the sup- port .of his.wife, Constable .HindSidepqsed to the., armrest of defendant, at Smithfiftld. on à warrant, and, applied ,to baye, bini remanded .to Nëwtown to be dealt with. Defendant; was remanded accordingly. SMALL DEBTS. The Water and Sewerage Board proceeded against a number of defaulting-ratepayers. The .majority of tho.claims wore paid into court and vet diets recorded.f pr. tbo.B.oard.f or tho remainder. Knox v. McCarty. Claim £2 10s.. Mr. Marsden, appeared for plaintiff. According to plaintiff's statement he bought a cow from defendant, for. which.he paid £2 ÏOs, on a guarantee that tho animal would give seven quarts of milk' a day. Subsequently:-finding thut thc cow only gove a few pints of milka day he returned ber; to deT fendant and. now sued for the purchase money. Defendant stated ...
NO WHISPERING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
NO WHISPERING;. A:_MAN,.wa8 be^ng united to the lady of.his; choice.at à certain. church, and just before.: the moment of the produc ion of the ring the officiating clergyman leaned towards thei br ide a nd "whispered:. ."*. Please ta6«.off - your glove." To his intense.dismay, the. bridegroom re- sented the action, and cried : *' Here, mister., no whispering, to.my gal."
IT SECURES SOFT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
IT SECURES SOIT WATER. Water in which the face is washed should, ii at all hard, always be boiled before using. ...A similar result may bs attained by steeping ' a small muslin bag containing fine oatmeal in the water for a period of ten or twelve Jaours, of oourse renewing the supply of meal each day.
LUNCHEON SLOT MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
LUNCHEON SLOT MACHINES. In the exibition grounds of Brussels thore ie a oafe whioh provides hot and cold luuoheons entirely by the autoinatio method. ""By placing a franc in the slot, a chop or ; steak, with potatoes, can be procured, hot -ard well oooked ; another franc will produoa a half-bottle of wine ; hnlf a franc will pro- duce half a plate of cold meat, with salad and roll ; and a nickel of ten oentiraès will . fixtraofc a pieoe of - bread and butter and ?cheese, or a brioche. Besides all this a nickel will draw an excellent glass of hock from one of the two large vessels in the centre bf the oafe.
SCIENCE. EXTRAORDINARY HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
sassies. BXTRAOBDINAHY HEAT. i An inquest at the Islington (.London) jp, ' Coroner's Court, Tuesday, on the body of - ^amea Spiokett, pensioned station inspector cf the City police, who died suddenly in an ojmnibus, tho dootor said that the deoeaaed's Heart was the most extraordinary one he had eyer seen or heard of. It weighed 43 ounces, whereas the normal weight was 12 "tranoes.
PHANTOM LIMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
PHANTOM LIMBS. We refer a sensation at onoo to its source in the finger tips or the ear or the nopo, or whatever it may be, and HO expert have wa bocona o in recognizing the source that, we localizo the sensation itself there, thinking of tho sensation of touch as behn? iu the skin of tho finger instead of the brain, where it aotuully ie. Heuoe lie who hm lost a finger refers directly to the absent meto ber any irritation of the nerve that formerly connected vdth it, and oan scarcely believe that it is not in. ita old place. This pheno- menon is familiar enough and many are the superstitions to which it han given ri«e, but it is only of lato that lt has received HHHOUH eoientifto study. A reoont work on the anbjoot ic* that of M. Abbatuooi, published in Paris, which hus called forth a pape of GProfeBPnr Pltr.is, contributed to tho Ausoles Medjo-PM.voboIo|dqurta, of that oity. We I .quote below part of an ubitraot from thu J National Druggist (Maroh). Bays that paper : * M Pitres sho...
SPECTACLES FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
SPECTACLES COR HORSES. Spectacles for horses have been patented by aa inventor, and are being used with coá sidorable suooess. Their object is not so much to magnify objects as to make the ground in front of the horse appear nearer to hie head than it really is. The result is continual high stepping, whioh, after a while, becomes natural, and gives to a horse au aristocratic gait, whioh* ne will retain for many years.
THE UNICORN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
THE UNICORN. 'Was there ever such an animal as a unicorn?' asks a correspondent. Apparently &nbsp; &nbsp; there never was, or some proof of its exist- ence would have been discovered long ago. It is thought that some deer, which had lost one horn, being seen from a distance in profile, gave rise to the legend. Apart from its one peculiarity, the pictorial unicorn &nbsp; closely resembles the antelope in the main lines of configuration. How the fabulous beast came to be associated with the lion in the British arms is more than I can say. Heralds are great jokers, in their way.
PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
Lord Salisbury's favourite garb is a long" blaok ooat whioh he wears almost constantly, and without the slightest regard to the . ohanging customs of fashion. Mr. Augustine Daly, the successful American actor manager, had written five plays before he WHS twenty-five years of age, and these had been refused by all the leading managers in America. Miss Ellaline Terris was born on the moat, dreary spot on earth-the Falkland Islands. There, also, two other well-known and: popular women, Theo Gift, the novelists,, and tho late Alioe Havers, the painter, first: saw the light of day. There are six European ex-Queens alive at the present day ; Eugenie of France ; the ... Empress Frederiok; the Dowaarer Czarina of Russia ; Marie of Naples ; Christina of Spain ; and E&lt;nma, Queen Regent of Hol- land. When Dr. Hans Richter, the famous Wagnerian conductor, made up his mind to devote himself to that branch of musio, he burned all the musio he had composed up to . that time, and deolare...
AT THE GROCERY STORE. WHAT IS TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
CAT THE G^Cf^T;lè^W. "WHAT. IS TALKED 'ABOUT. Th»re ia a neat av»d natty,grocery store fit the ooriifr of ' RH th down and Pulmereton ströetfl,' Melbourne, when otie. can always drop in for aja interesting;ohat,vyitjh the pro priotofpss."Mrs'.' lÉTirgaret Ross, who assists her husband in' managing the business. Trie thorne upon which the conversation fre qïifl'fi'tly turns is the marvellous recovory fi om" neuralgia which Mrs. Ross has experi- enced : through using Dr. ' Williams' -Pink Pills.fdr Pale People: A. reporter dropped iti at' the store recently, and to him Mrs. Ross very kindly narrated her «xpeiiencé. . ? ""I have been à great sutTerer fr.om neu- ralgia, for' ten or twelve years," she said. *l biit nothing relieved me except Dr. Williams' P.ink Pills for Pale People, which alone have effected a oure. All changes of season proved futile to arrest my malady. During the day time my Buffwriogs were painfuli but on retiring: to rest, the agony I suffered was excruciating, red...
CHAPTER II. A LOVER ON HORSHBACK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
CHAPTER II. I I Ai XiOVKB ON HOBBHBACOC. It is curious to observe how easily the strands ol repetition become twined into the strong yarn of habit, and how, almost of its own volition, the thread thus twisted weaves itself into the fabric of human life. When Mrs Ludlow introduced Hugh Bingbrand at . The Laurels,' Hester Latimer'a first im- pressions of the young author were rather unpleasant than otherwise. She said to her- self, after Mrs Ludlow had departed with her guest, that he was too stiff aud convent- ional ; that he seomed ill at ease ; that ho was too well-bred to bo congenia). Though she did not in the least suspect ;t, the source of her diesatisfaotion lay in the faot that ehe had been prepared to lionize him because he was an author, and it was a trifle disappoint- ing to he forced to the conclusion that he was, after all, only a man like other men, differing from other gentlemen of her acquaintance in no remarkable degree, and wearing none of the insignia and regalia o...
A WAR VETERAN'S STORY. HOPELESSLY HANDICAPPED BY SEVERE BILIOUSNESS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. MANY MEDICINES TRIED IN VAIN. REMARKABLE VICTORY FOR BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
A WAR VETERAN'S STORY. ? HOPELESSLY . HANDICAPPED. BY SEVERE BIL- IOUSNESS T AND LIVER . COMPLAINTS. »' MANY. MEDICINES TRIED IN VAIN. REMARKABLE VICTORY FOR BILE BEANS. Mr. Benjamin Kirwan, who resides at 472 Little Lonsd ale-street, Melbourne, and is a native of that city, was born in '47, and has seen a good bit of the world during the past half-century. Ho took an active part in the Maori War of '64-'68,carrying his life in his handstand having many hairbreadth escapes from his dusky foes. . He enjoyed excellent health till within the last few year.«, when those common complaints, biliousness and liver troubles, attacked him. Wo shall let him speak for himself :--"I was a sufferer from liver affection for years. But my main trouble arose from the state of my liver, brought on through biliousness. My appetite, once good, almost entirely failed me. In fact, 1 took a great dislike to food of any sort. This for a niau of my calling-a carrier -was a severe affliction, for my bodily s...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Thcre*was a large family of them. When- ever the shoemaker's bill came in the father well, he was profane. Winter came along this large but proud family, sooner than raise th« parental one, went about with holes in theil boots, tho result being a coughing shop, not a coffin shop, no, but very near it. Mother was distressed, father's rest was disturbed In the morning he says, " Go and get a 2s 6d bottle of Woods Great Peppermint Cure, il will soon cure all those coughs. That's cheaper than shoemakers bills. THE regular meeting of the local branch of the Federal Association was held at thc Council Chamber on Monday evening last, Only business of a formal character was transacted. WE understand that Mr. V. Parkes, M.P., has informed the Canley Vale Fruitgrowers1 Association that he has prepared a Bill for amending the Vine Diseases' Act, and, if re- turned, will place it before Parliament. THE Revs. Alma E. Hubbard and J. B. Mebhias, of the Church of Jesus Christ of ...
LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
LAVENDER. . Old-fashioned lavender perfume han oome baok to favor among the many other revivals of nearly a century ago. It appears in the list of French extracts and saohets, and its delicate fragrance exhales from the Setals of choice Parisian made artificial o wer s. The odor of lavender is agreeable to many people who do not like other per- fumes. In ' imagination it is always associated with freshness, sweetness and housewifely daintiness. Poets have sung the praises of lavender, and in general estima- tion the odorous gray-blue-tinted spike ranks next only to the regal rose and the modest violet. Lavender produces a sense of refreshment, and the modest color of the flower seems in perfect unison with its scent. The lavender plant was formerly considered an emblem of affeotion, and, sweet and fresh as it always is has beoome from association the synonym of anything oarefully laid by for future use.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
THE ROYAL ROAD TO SAFE' ÄND EASY TEETHING ^- Is the prórnpt use bf Ashton ww$j?wr sons' ,. .M AT R IGA BI A. . Thousands of pothers', can. testify, tb this" and their words/aro',endorsed by Clergymen^ Missionaries, Doctors,. Nurses' and1 Dèâlerè from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To'iiié'míberá Of -the*' PÍRITISHI and ? FOREIGN : B.GYÂH FAMILIES: They cool thé gums, comfort the child, produce ft natural cähiri' refreshing sleOpi and render teething,quite' easy.( : Guaranteed perfectly. Harm SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. We never get a restless night. *' 'Hoylánd Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton.& Parsons, .London. Piease let me have another large box of Infants'' Powders. Could you let mè have them to sell'? 'I; have let several people -have some, and 1 think We' co uki sell a good many. . I believe1 they have been a. great benefit to my baby ; wo nevör get a restless night with her, and she is cutting teeth. Yours truly, (Mu.) A. K...
EXTREME NICETY OF ELECTRIC COOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
JKXTREÎIE NICETY OP ELECTRIC COOKING. .. .The advent of electric cooking apparatus fleems likely to evolve a highly seien tifio species of cook, *vith, wo may be «ure, highly up-to-date notions about the * living wage,' * Cooking,' we are told by a daily . contemporary in a deeoription of the electric prooeES, * is raised from the rule-of-thumb level to that of an exact science by the noe cf a graduated thermometer. For bread or fnfl pastry a temporature of 370 degrees 'ahrenheit ia required; for pork, veal, ,or . ordinary pastry, 350 degrees ; 'for beef, 340 - degrees, and so on.
LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
LIVERPOOL". Tun roguliir mealing of tho abovo counoil WOH held nt tho Council Chnmbcr on Tuesday evening inst. Present-tho Mnyor und Aldermen H. Scrivener, Christiansen, Mursdon. Smith, Tillct timi Cole. ' ' The IVfayor apologised for the absence of Alder- man Cbupihnn through illness. . Minutes of previous-'meeting were read con- firmed.' : ' ...'-' . -, CORRESPONDENCE. The Department of ; Lands, wrote stating that the sum of £.10' had 'been, pa id "to- council's credit ns an additional grant, foi' tlíe: improvement of Moore Park. : ' ! . REPORTS. ' The Mayor, reported that the clerk had received , the necessary documents for' the especial' sub- sidy. : Tiie Finance, Committee's report, recommend- ing payment of various accounts, was adopted. The Works Committee submitted a report stig-; (jesting that tho Hoxton Park-road he corduroyed for about ten chains near Mr. Biden's property and- for a similar distance nennMr. Maxwell's pro- perty-; further suggesting that the barrel draip b...
MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 July 1898
MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA.AND CANLEY VALE. A meeting of the above was held at the As- sociation Hall, Canley Vale, on Thursday even- ing, 30th ultimo. Present-the Mayor(Alder man Stimson) and Aldermen Westacott, Telfer and Asimus. A letter was received from the Government Stores Department intimating &nbsp; that a supply of blankets to the council for distribution had been approved and would be &nbsp; forwarded according to direction. The Board of Health wrote enclosing form for quarterly report under the public Health . Act. The clerk asked for council's instructions in the &nbsp; &nbsp; matter and was directed to fill in and return the report. Messrs. H. Barker and J. E. Baily wrote, drawing attention to the bad state of the roads. The letter was referred to the Works Committee. Alderman Asimus moved and the Mayor seconded-" That a deputation consisting of the whole council wait upon teo Minister for Works and request him to open a road from Canley Vale...