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SOME MORE TITLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
SOME MORE TITLES. The order of Sfc Patriot, is the only Order of British Knighthood in which publio in- vestitures are still held. These investitures »re amongst the most brilliant functions that tako place at the Dublin Court, on whioh occasion all the gorgeous preoedure of chiv- alry of ancient days is observed. The last publie investiture held was in February of last year, when His Excellency Earl Cadogan invested Lord Iveagh. The offioers of the Order as at present existing are : Chancellor (formerly the Arch- bishop of Dublin), held by the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant for the time being ; .Registrar (formerly the Dean of St Patrick's) and Ulster King of Arms, Genealogist, Secretary, Usher of the Blaok Rod, and Athlone Pursuivant of Arms. The ribbon, worn over the right shoulder and mantle, are of fcky-blue poplin, lined white. The Order of the Bath, was instituted in 1399 by Henry IV., but to commemorate what particular event is not authentically recorded. The origin ...
SKETCHER. TYPES OF NAVAL VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
, TYPES OF NAVAL VESSELS. The di8tinotion between the various typea of naval vessels is often misunderstood. A torpedo boat ia used to destroy war vessels, Sartioularly battle Bhips, and torpedo boat estroyera, as their name implies, are in- tended for the destruction of torpedo boats. Torpedo boats aro small vessels, fitted with powerful engines that drive thom through the water at a high rate of speed. They are lightly constructed, and carry small arma in addition to their torpedoes, 'The 'destroyers' are larger than the torpedo boats, and have very powerful en- gines, so as to be able to overtake their elusive prey whilo they destroy with the heavy guns they carry. Tho usual time for the attaok of the battle ship by the torpedo ia at night. Tho boat is painted of a colour that is most undistiuguishable in water, and as she rushes onward, almost all that can be Been of her ia a e tr oak of foam. She ap- proaches a warship head-on, so as to present as email a mark as possible, and ...
WHAT N.S.W. WILL GAIN UNDER FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
WHAT N.S.W. WILL GAIN UNDER I FEDERATION. In the course of his speech at Balraai recently-Mr. B. R. Wise was warmly cheere when he remarked :-" It must not be su j posed that union will bring no material gail I am in a position to state, as within my ow knowledge, that directly federation is accorr plished five great American and Englis firms are prepared to set up branches in th neighborhood-of Sydney which would involv an immediate expenditure in plant am buildings of about £1,000,000, and provid employment for about 3000 hands." A ri preventative of the " Herald" waited upo Mr. Wise yesterday, and desired to obtai. from him some definite particulars wit respect to the English and American firm referred to. Mr. Wise immediately staten he was at liberty to mention the name of on firm, that of Messrs. Lever Brother«, th well-known soap manufacturers ; but wit regard to the other four firms he stated thal although he was not authorised to men bio: their names, the head of the firm of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
-, ????';¡. ? ' - '?' TOT? TY YEARS OF RHEUMATISM AND THREE ATTACKS OF IN " :FLÙÈTSIZA: ? DR., "WrLLIAKS' TINK rlTXS . EFFECT A MARVELLOUS CURE. " Until a short time ago I had not known foi "40 'years what permanent relief from pain WM." Thus spoke Mrs. T, J. Thomas, of Hmifchoote, Victoria, recently to a reporter. How greatly Mis. Thomas suffered from rheumatism, repeated attaoks. of influenza, enlargement of the liver, and inflammation of the kidneys is vividly shown by her re- marks. " I am over 74 years of «ge," she continued, "lt WHS as near as l oan re- member in '57 that I had. my first attack of rheumatism, and these have followed me up, on and off. for 40 years. About nine years ago my troubles were added to by enlarge- ment of the liver, and this ia itself more than sufficient to kill most people, of my ago, was aggravated by inflammation of the kidneys. As you may imagine, I was in a vnry critical condition for a long time, and when just about to pull together again an- o...
HOME, SWEET HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
HOME, SWEET HOME. PKOBABLY no ono would have boon more surprised, than Sir Henry Bishop himself could he have forsaen that n simple melody in one of his numerous operas would achieve such celebrity that, at the present day, more (hun 70 yours after it wnw first heard in Lon- don, it is still sung by leading prima donnas at fashionable concerts, jangled on street ergons, «nd loved by a vast public that known nothing of music, properly so-oalled, as the purest reprosontntion of the English spirit.- ..Home, Sweet Home." 44 Clari the Maid of Milan," the opera in which this favorite song occurred, has long been con- signed to tho limbo of forgotten musical works, but '. Homo, Sweet Flume" survives with undiminished popularity, and is likely to survive wlieu many moro pretentious com- positions hrtvn followed tho u Muid of Milan" into oblivion.
HARD WORK AND EASY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
HA KD WORK AND EASY WORK. Ti IRRE was n time very lately when Mr. Donato ArnoluM found it hard to koop up with his work. Not that tliern was more to he done than usual, but he didn't feel like wm king at all; Die was dull. Ile had no edge. If he could have afforded it he would have knocked off altogether. But there's where it is. Those of us who must work when we arc sharp, must keep on working when we are dull. Necessity obliges. Expenses keep on, and so we must keep on. Dear, dear, what a thing it would bo if wc were always right up to the mark-eating, sleeping, and Working with a relish. We might not have money to burn even then, but wo should have some to save. Well, let's hear Mr. Arnoldi. "At Easter, 1893," he says, " I began to feel as if a cloud had come over mo. I was weak, low and tired. My tongue waa thickly coated, and my mouth kept filling with a thick, tough phlegm. I could eat fairly well, yet my food seemed to do me no good. After eating I had a feeling cf heavi- nes...
PRESS ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
PRESS ENTE R P RTS R. WHEN tho Maine waa blown up, the wife of Lieutenant Commander Wainwright was at ber home in Washington. She had heard nothing of the newe, when she was awakened about four o'olook in the morning by a vio- lent knocking at the door of her house Finally Mrs. Wainwright rose and looked out of the window, asking what was the matter. A voioe called out: Are you the wife of Lieutenant Commander Wain- wright ?" Yes, what do you want?" "The Maine has beeu totally .destroyed. We are reporters, and wish for some information about Mr. Wainwright.*' Only this and nothing more. The snook caused the poor lady to fall in a dead faint, from which she did not rally for several hours, and fortu- nately for her, it waa then known that the husband was not amongst the lost. 80 tons more imported leaf than all the other tobacco factories put together were used by Dixson's for the paBt six months. Dixson's Yankee Doodle is first everywhere. Dixson's Conqueror, tho workman's tobacco. ...
WHAT A DAUGHTER SHOULD DO IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
WHAT A DAUGHTER SHOULD DO IN .THE HOUSE. SHS should constitute herself her mother's right hand. ., &lt; , .&lt;. . She cnn write and answer all notes pf invi tatiop,,eto. . .. ,.i ««.*' : She,can help in the housekeeping, and, if it is needful, in the lighter parts of the cook- ing1 and housework. >..«. She can befriend the younger children, teach them sometimes, take them fur wtilks. and strive her utmost to win their confidence and affection. . She eau see to father's little comforts, consult his taste and likings, make, herself useful to him. She eau receive her mother's callers for her and help her to pay calls. She nan greatly assist in intertaining visi- tors, and should take the younger guests al- most entirely off her mother's hands. She should pour out afternoon tea, and re- lieve her mother at all such duties. She should arrange the flowers, and dust suohdrawintr-room ornaments not entrusted to a servant's care. She should .make it her study to take all ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
A FORTUNE TO BB MADE. WANTED at once, in every locality, an in- telligentperson to not as our Agent. No special' knowledge required, and without interfering with preaeqt occupation. Au excellent opportunity for a capable young man or lady-Address. Morse Manufactur- ing Company, 3, Red Lion Court, London, E.G. MISS BESSIE HOPKINS Receives or Visits Pupils for PIANO. Moore College, Liverpool. rjIO MÜSTO TEACHERS & OTHERS. TO LET.--ST. LUKE'S SCHOOL- ROOM, Liverpool, with uso pf piano. Rent 12s Gd per quarter por day eaoh wook. Apply hy lotter, W. A. SMITH, Arpafoelio, MoorbanU. Your Ohemisi keeps Wood's Great Pepper- mint Ou io for Coughs and Colds, I/Gaud 2/0. from CBiíNlüti TO Mol Took it as a Child: Now gives it to her own Children. Mrs. Mabel Boulton of Brisbane, Queens- land, has had thc following unusual and most delightful experience : " From Infancy I was weak and delicate and grew to be anything but a robust child. I suffered from debility, no appetite, and the usual ...
WOMAN'S POWER. "THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
WOMAN'S POWER. "THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE." The power of a bea uti fal woman over men is a thing often commented on,.- but the woman' must be beautiful. A woman is only beautiful and powerful under certain conditions. The most stringent of "which 19 good health, a thing, unfortunately, which is very hard to find among women of to-day. Marriage is on the decline, we are told, ánd one.of the chief reasons for this is that the average man is veiy hard to satisfy, lie wants as nearly perfect a wonjan, mentally, morally and physically as is .possible, and in thé present "day very few such women exist. It is not our purpose to deal with the first .two attributes mentioned ; but the latter, which is by ho means the least important, is, well; worth a few'words which cannot fail to be of interest to all women, married or single. The woman of to-day does not give herself enough attention in the proper direction ; a little time takèn from the study of , the latest fashions and complexion pow...
THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1898. (Before Messrs. Smith, Vallance and B[?]ll, J'sP.) TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1898. (Before Messrs. Smith, Vallance and Boll, J'sP.) TRESPASS. ;Arthur W. Self, arrested on a warrant, was cliurgedwith trespassing on the enclosed lands of Mr. Á. R. Johnston, George s Hall, without the consent of the occupier. Defendant pleaded guilty. From the evidence for the prosecution it ap penrs that defendant, with others, was shooting on complainant's land. Complainant sent for the police and Constable Hinds visited the scene, with the result that defendant gave his name as Albert Henderson. He was subsequently ar- rested on a warrant charging him as above. Complainant stated that be was subjected to a good deal of trouble by trespassers, who dis- regarded tho notice boards warning them of prosecution for trespress. Defendant was tined £2, with 10s witnesses expenses.
LIVERPOOL PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
LIVERPOOL PUBLIC SCHOOL. WE are pleased to draw attention to the success that has been achieved by the boys attending the Publie School in this tow,n,t In December last, Leslie Egar and Alfred Close competed for scholarships at the Sydney High School, and of the eight suc- cessful candidates they stood 2nd and 3rd in the examination. In this examination the Liverpool school was the only Public School whose boys gained scholarships, the remain- ing six, being gained by boys from the Superior Public Schools in the colony. At an examination held in the Sydney High School at the end of the first six months of the year Egar and Close stood 1st and 2nd, respectively, in their classes in the school. Another boy, William Turner, has dis tX^uished himself by gaining the first position in an examination for bursaries held on the 22nd and 23rd June. The bursary gained by Turner entitles him to £lö per annum for three years, free education at the Sydney High or Grammar School, free grant of all...
ST. ANNE'S ORPHANAGE, LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
ST. ANNE'S ORPHANAGE, LIVERPOOL. STATEMENT of Accounts in connection with. the Seventh Annual Ball recently held in aid of the above : RECEIPTS. £ » To Sale of Tickets ... ... 25 6 Donations-Dr. Beattie ... 5 0 " Mrs. A.. T. Marsden... 1 1 " Mi. Ettinger ... . 1 0 " Mr. Stumpf ... 1 0 Collected by Mrs. Brollan ... 5 18 " Mrs. Cloke ... 5 14 ll " Miss Donnan ... 2 17 0 " Miss M. Murphy ... 2 7 " Miss Stunley ... 2 3 " Miss Wilson. ... .13/ " Miss A. Murray ... 13. " Miss McConnell, ... 9 ., , Miss O'Brien, ... 5 £54 9. 2 EXPENDITURE. £ sd By Music ... ... .... 2 5 0 Hall Rental ..... . ... ' 10 , 0 Assistance Decorating (McFarline) ..'. 'IQ .0, CV. Balance ... ... 51 4. 2 £54. 9r 2 The Sisters of Charity desire to thank all those who in any way, contributed to the success of the ball. Special thanks are due for the liberal manner the public of Liver- pool and surrounding district assisted by donations towards the supper, and likewise to the ladies who so kindly attended to the refres...
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. LIVERPOOL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. LIVERPOOL BRANCH. MEETINGS will be held under the auspices of the above, as follows : Tuesday, July 19.-Cross -Roads Hotel, at 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 20.-Canley Vale and Cabra- matta, at 8 p.m. Thursday, July 21.-Hoxton Park P.O., at 8 p.m. ? .. . ? &lt; 1 Friday, July 22.-Moorbank P.O., nt 8 p.m. , Saturday, July 23.--Livrrpcol, at 8 p.m.
CANTERBURY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
CANTERBURY ELECTION. MR. Varney Parkes addressed a meeting .in sup-; port of his candidature at Gillick's HoteTori Satur- day evening last. Alderman Smith presided, and there was a fair attendance of electors. ?'- Mr. Parkes in a lengthy address explained the Govern- ment programme and the amendments to t he Commonwealth Bill which would make that measure acceptable to the electors of the colony. A unnnimou8 vote of confidence was carried, MB. T. R. Bavin, the selected candidate of the Fédéral Association, was in town on Wednesday last prosecuting his candidature. In the evening; he attended a special meeting of the local branch of the Federal Association, at which the Mayor (Alderman Moreshead) presided and there was 'a fair and representative attendance. Mr.. Bavin addressed the meeting at some length and in the course of his remarks said that he placed the question of Federation first upon his prograúíme/! tie was a Freetrader, but the fiscal question hud been so absolutely sunk ...
BERLIN WOOL COZIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
BERLIN WOOL COZIES. Very nice cozies are knitted in double Ber- lin wool with large-sized needles ; two strips &nbsp; &nbsp; are made, half of one colour, say green ; and the other half pink ; to form the lining ; then each is doubled and both joined together, leaving a small opening each side for the handle and spout of teapot. The top is gathered up into a frilly heading and tied round with a pretty bow of ribbon, making a very simple, pretty and useful tea cozy.
NOVEL. A Questiion of Courage CHAPTER II.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
By FRANCIS LYNDE. OHAPTBB. IL-(Continued.) She looked at him in doubt : ' I can neve: . tell -when you are in earnest and when yoi are trying to be satirical.' 4 On, 1 beg you to believe I would not jeB upon such a berious subjeot,' he hastened tc aay. .4 Then I cannot understand your positior at all. You-you write about women, anc Îou should understand them better than that s it not true that even the strongest womat prefers to look up rather than down, if hei husband be noble and brave and generali} worth looking up to P' Ringbrand winced, for bsd he not signed his naùie to a certain narrative in whioh thc motive turned upon the theory that deep ii the heart of every woman there dwells ar unspoken desire to be domiuated P He smiled at his unconscious tnendaoity, and wondered why ic is that a man who chances to be iu love cannot apply the wisdom of other days to the solution of his own riddles. ' Per h ap« you are right, after ali,' he said, musingly. * Now that you reoull it, seem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
THE ROYAL ROAD TO SAFE AND EAST TEETHING Is the prompt use of Ashton and Parsons9 M AT RIG A RIA INFANTS' POWDERS. Thousands of Mothers can testify to this and their words are endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, Doctors, Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the BRITISH and FOUEIGN ROYAL FAMILIES. They cool the gums, comfort the child, produce a natural calm.refreshing sleep, and render teething quite easy. Guaranteed Perfectly Harmless. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. We never get a restless night. *' Koylancl Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, Loudon. Please let mo have another largo box of Infants' Powders. Could you lot 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 gota restless night with her, and she is cutting teeth. Yours truly, (Mn.) A. HEELEY." The doctor failed to reliev...
FOXES DESTROY RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 July 1898
aoour. --- FOXES DESTROY- RELIGION". In the oonraeof a speeoh in support of his « fox soalp* bill in the Kentuoky Lniris lature, Representative Hatfield of Pike oounty said : ' I ask for the passage of this bill in the interests of religion aud morels. If yon pay no bounty for fox soe»lps, no one ' will kill the foxes : if no one will kill them they will kill the ohiokens, and whar yon have no ohiokens you have no preaohers, and whar you bavo no preaohers you have no religion and no morals ' iw-i i i nu 11 - mi- ir -?- Tm~Tr~rra- TBH- r ~If is a tribute to thñ~vitaltty~¿f Mr. Slade7 the polioe magistrate at Southwark, that he han survived eighteen j ear« in the most malodorous court and district in the metropolis. Few men have suoh an intimate aoquaintanoe with the seamy side of Lon- . don life, and perhaps this familiarity has helped to make Mr. Slade tho sad and grave man he is. The son of an eminent general and baronet, and the husband of a baronot's daughter, Mr. Slade ÍH in app...