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NANSEN MIGHT TAKE THE HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

HANSEN MIGHT TAKE THE HINT. * And when the .North Pole is discovered,' say's the non-scientific person of the condo papers. * what will the finder do with it?' well, he might, if he felt so disposed, commemorate his achievement after the style given by the Mexican National Railway. Now, that company's very real and substantial railway line crosses the imaginary line that separates the tempérete and the torrid zones. And since the exact points of d^yifliou cannot easily bo noted by anyone unprovided with soientifio instruments, the »airway people have most obligingly come to the reeoue. Between the stations of Catorce and La Marona, just midway between the twentj third and twenty-fourth degrees of latitude, they have erected an immense sign poBt. It has a wooden orowu with two outstretohed arms and hands, the finger pointing 'index fashion,' to show whore the Tropio of Can- cer would run if it were a tangible line. The stone tablet bears on the southern side the words * Trópica do Ca...

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SANDWICHES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

SANDWICHES. To make a proper meat sandwich the meat should be chopped very fine, moistened with a little gravy or ketchup, and flavoured ac- cording to taste. A barn sandwich should have a little butter and mustard mixed with the minöed ham, and finely ohoppod veal is greatly im- proved with the addition of ohopped calory. Lean roast pork should have a little Bago mixed with it, and cold lamb be mixed with. parsley to give it a flavour Oheepo aandwiohen aro very good as a seoond oourso. The bread should be out a trifle thicker than for meat. Spread oare fully with butter, a little tomato ketchup, then the oheese, out in thin slices, laid on and covered with another pieoe of bread ; or make a pasto of grated cheese mixed with the yolk of a hard-boiled egg, a drop or two of oil, the same or even less of vinegar, and a little mustard (a mixture known abroad as 'Chinese crab'), spread thifl be- tween the slices of bread and butter, omitting the tomato ketohup, and a very tasty sand- wic...

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THE HORSE'S FEAR OF BEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

THE HORSE'S FEAR OF BEARS. There is nothing that a horse is more afraid of than a bear. A horse can smell a bear a long way, and that alone will make him nervous and balky. If the scent of a bear is such that a horse knows bruin is near, he will refuse utterly to proceed and will do his best to turn and go the other way. The bear knows this, and nothing gives him more pleasure than to be able to frighten a horse and see the effect of the terror he inspires. To enjoy this fun properly the bear will bury himself, all but his eyes and nose, in the swamp muck holes that are   frequent along the edges of backwoods roads in many localities. This both destroys his scent and hides him from view. Lying thus concealed he will wait the coming of a team. When the horses are passing his hiding place the bear will give one of his resounding snorts peculiar to him when he is out for fun, and at the same time rise from the muck hole dripping with the black ooze. There is as certain to ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [WHILE we shall be glad to publish letters, it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

CORRESPONDENT Í3. - [VVbtle we shall be glad.to publish letters, it must be understood that it does not follow we on ' dorse the opinions of our correspondents.] . To the Editor. Sir,-The cffusioi of the honorary secretary of the local branch of the Federal Association, published in your issue of saturday last, in opposition to the candidature of Mr. Varnéy Parkes, will'have no more effect in influencing the vote of an intelligent elector thau did the Spanish gunners upou the American fleet. He, in the interests of his own candidate, states that Mr. Parkes is an anti-Fede rationisfc. Now, such is not the case. Anyone who has perused or listened to the spuochesof Mr. Parkes on the question, if he be not blind or devoid of com- mon sense, will perceive that his opposition was to the Bill as suggested by the Convention, not to Federation. If I rightly remember in his address at the local Town Hall, hu prefaced his remarks thus :-" If anyone should be iu favor of Federation, it is mysel...

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CANTERBURY ELECTION. MR. BAVIN AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

mmn ii ihiiií »iu jil, ii^ a.niii.i.n.uu.i.nm.-him.., n^.rfi.T-rTTr-*<rwmmn CANTERBURY ELECTION. -- . u . - MR. BAVIN AT LIVERPOOL. Mr, T. R. Bavin, the selected candidate of the New South Wales Federal Association, addressed a meeting of electors from the bal- cony of Cloke's Family Hotel on Saturday evening last. The Mayor (Alderman Mores head), occupied the chair and between 200 and 300 persons were present. Mr. 13avin, in the course of a longthy address, said his thanks were due to the local branch of the Federal Association for the great honor they had done him in selecting him as the Federal candidate for the Canterbury electorate. He had done nothing in the past to deserve that honor, bul if lie wus favored with their confidence and returned to Parliament his best energies would be devoted to proving his worthiness of that confid- ence. Some explanation was due from bim as to why he came to oppose a gentleman who held the same fiscal views as hinioelf, and one who ...

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NOVEL. A Question of Courage CHAPTER III.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

NOVEL. Question oí Courage . . By FRANCIS LYHDG. CHAP FER III.-(Continued.) It wan during the summer of Ringbrand's --riait to Tregarthen that the question of re- suming work in the abandoned tunnel carne up again. Jeff By num. heard the news in the Btoro of the vdlnge, and he told his brother Jed when they ware driving back to the store in the evening. .Does you-»D aim to allow hit?' asked the younger By num. *Not much !-they-all dono beat us out of the coal mine, hut hit ain't gwine do then ao good/ . Wb*t d'ye allow for to do, Jeff P' . Never you mind; you-all jest wait »rid Bee. Ye can he plum shore of ono thing, though ; they-all am't never gwine take no -ooal out of that ven..' ' Doü't ye reckon old Xiatimer's put 'em up to hit?' 'I dunno, and I d<m't keer ; hut I jost tell ye that thar orowd up on the mounting's «wine to let on like they heard somethen drap ; we-all have kept quiet for a pretty tol'able spell, now, aud I reokon Latimer allowB we done forget ' . I r...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

? VMM JURD BABiBI | -* ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 43.-The Stbawbebby - Flavob - OliTBIATK-CO^TABBD WITH THE RaSP BEBBY-WHENCE THE NAME StBAW bbeey-Thb Wood Stbawbebby-The Aiítne-The Oij) Soaelet-Thb Oi¿d BiiAOK - The Oíd Pinb - British Vabebties-Some Special Featukes Pbopaoation-Situation-How to make a Stbawbebby Wall. The strawberry received the name fragraria from its delightful flavour. No vegetable production of the colder latitudes, or whioh can he ripened in those latitudes without the assistance of artificial heat, is at all oomparahle with the strawberry in point of flavour; and if the soil and situation he properly adapted to it, the more oold the olimate and the more bleak and elevated, the more delicious is the berry. The fine aroma of the strawberry is not quite so evanesoent as that of the raspberry, but it is by no means durable, and the berries oan only be had in absolute per- fection when taken from the plants in dry weather, for a very slight shower will render the stra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

Impurities of the Blood Until these purifying Pill* have had a fair trial, let no one he longer oppressed with the notion that his malady is in- curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure Jblond, and cottfar on every function healthful vigour. 'Iliey work a thonugh purification thioughout the whole .synem, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headao** No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder as the liver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on «he stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly. Kolloway's PilLs givu strength to every organ, spredily remove «II cwtisei of indigruion, inspissated bile, aud sick headache. And effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated bv titeas-, of anv kind, whether mental or physical, the . are in the highest deg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION". Matls are despatched from Liverpool Post Office ?daily (Sundays excepted). us follows: Sydney, Parramatta, and Glei field, 9-30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park. 11 a.m. Sydney, I2*;i0 p.m. Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5-30 p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, nnd Granville, at 9*30 p.m. On every Tuesday and Saturday mails arc des- patched for Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 noon. On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling P.O., with letters for the Northern, ami Western lines, ah 9#30. On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 5 p.m. Mait,s are received at the Liverpool Post Office -daily (Sundays excepted), as follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. tit 8 a m. Moorbank, 9'45 a.ra. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12-45 p.m. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Preston's, 5*55 p.m. Syduev, Parramatta, Granvi...

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A DOUBTING LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

A DOUBTING LADY. The fair sex aro proverbially cautious, and when they have their doubts about anything they frequently hesitate before taking a de oisive step. The old proverb tells us tbat those who hesitate are lost, and in many cuses this proves undeniably true. Mrs. Knibh, of Earle-8treot, Toowong. Qneens 1 aid, «fier suif-ring for twelve years from agonizing rheumatism, was told to try Dr. Wdli.auV Pink Pille for Pale People. She had hnr doubts about them, so she told a reporter rec"iitly, but she did not, hesitate to try them. Thus she was saved. For tile benefit of others who suffer untold misery every winter, we give her story just as she told it to a press ropiesentativo. " Twelve years atro I lind a had accident," she said. " My thigh bone was broken, and si nee that time I have suffered a great deal. I lost the sight of my left eye, mainly through the disease, and even after treatment of it was over 1 suffered from great pain arrnss tiie bone os-er the eye. Last Christma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

THE ROYAL ROAD TO SAFE AND EASY TEETHING Is the prompt use of Ashton and Parsons' MATRIOA.KIA INFANTS' POWDERS. Thousands of Mothers can testify to this and their words are endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, Dootors, Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members ot the Beitish and Foreign Ro'ïAt. Families. They cool the guins, 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. *. Hoy land Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton as Parsons, London. Please let rae have another large bnx 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, (Mu,) A. SEELEY." The doctor failed to relieve. I...

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NETTLE RASH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

NETTLE RASH. Young ohildren often suffer very muoh; from nett\e-rash, a thing whioh in itself ifl not at all dangerous, hut is a very trying and difficult thing to bear patiently, so that no one oan wonder at a little child who ia suffering from this complaint being oross and irritable. In appearance it resembles the blisters raised by the sting of a nettle, the irritation' being intense. The eruption oomes on very suddenly, sometimes looting for hours, and disappearing as quickly as it appeared.. Besides irritation, there is muoh stinging and burning, and the temptation to scratch is very great. * The irritation is caused by the ohild eating ' <, somo particular article of food, which might . - not prove equully disastrous to other child- ren, but happens to be so to the individual oonoerned. The most fruitful oausos of nettle-rash aro ooitain kinds of fish, Buch as oysters, lobsterB, orabs, &o., and mushrooms, and even raspberries "aud strawberries wilL oause th...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

?A&znzis. -_ There aro said to be 57 frog farms in the "United States; Amorioan sailors are paid from £2 to ¿53 per month, and board. About 4,000,000,0001b of soap are used in Great Britain yearly. An act of Congress in 1872 abolished-flog- ging in the U.S. Navy. " The wren often makes a doaen nests, leav-f | ing all but one unfinished and unused. There are more than 2,000 German waiters' in the hotels and restaurants of London. Projeotiles thrown by naval guns are shaped muoh as the bullets shot by the ordU* nary rifle. Behind the heavy armour of a battleship there is a padding of either corn pitch or ' oocoa husks. The guns of a battleship can oarry from six to twelve miles, hurling a shot weighing half a ton. Spanish papers in the Pyrenees regularly, suspend publication in excessively hot weather. One part in twelve of our gold coinage and one in eighteen of our silver, is alloy. South Afrioa now has 2,500 miles of rail- way, as against 328 miles twenty years ago* It is e...

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NATURALIST. A MASTIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

I&fURAUSl. I -« I A MASTIFF. Bob is a fine two-year-old mastiff, with head and faoe of massive strongth, height- ened by great mildness of expression. He , was seen one day carrying a bon very gently ' in his mouth to his kennel. Ho put her in a corner, and stood sentry HU sue laid an egg, whioh ho at once dovourod. From that day tho two have boen fast friends, the hen laying only in Bob's kounel, and getting her reward in daiuty bits from his plattor.

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WHAT A RECORD-SEARCHER DOES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

WHAT A RECORD-SEARCHER DOES. ' There is a prevailing impression that a record-sear ob er is a gentleman of antique appearance, who confines himself to supply - ing ambitious mortals with anoestors for a lnmp «am down. liilfe most impressions this is a wrong one. It is true that if you desiie to trace your pedigroo to Nebuchad- nezzar, or to prove, to the discomfiture of a Swaggering neighbour, that your veins are bursting with blue blood, the record -searcher is willing to do what he eau for you, hut then he does many other things besides. A Vbey Wide Rangk op Duties. As a matter of fact, » reoord-seiroher is a man who puts things to right«. He is the guardian angel of everybody who wants something that he hasn't got. For example, if you fanoy that a «trip of land in the pos- session of somebody else is yours, or that William the Conqueror, anticipating your £reseneo on this earth, left you £50,000 in is last will and testumont, you instruct a record-searcher to take a copy of thal ...

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MEAT LOAF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

MEAT LOAF. Meat loaf is another Amerioan idea, and may either he made with yeast as ordinary sponge is set, or if any good solf-raising flour ia used, you mix the flour with a little salt, stir in oold water or milk, enough to make it into a stiff dough. The water should bo stirred in with a. knife, not a fork op spoon, then set the dough aside whilo you. minoo up very finely some lean beef, tho dried ends of pressed beof, toaguo, or very dry corned beef ; popper and salt this to taste, and mix in the partiólos of meat with the dough, kneading them thoroughly well togother. Form it into either a oottage loaf or set it in a lightly greasod tin, and bake it in the usual manner in a rather brisk oven. The meat will not bo notiooablo when the broad is baked, but it will give a delicious flavour to it, und is very nutritious, and may bo eaton either with or without butter, and a still thinnar spreading of mustard with another slice of meat loaf, out with wafer- like thickness, on the top...

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SKETCHER. NO WORDS WERE WASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

- ,-NO WORDS WERE WASTED. JA soldier, while Rerving abroad, developed insanity, and beearae hopelessly, though hairnkssly, insane. He was discharged, and, as is the rule in such cases, a non-com -missioned officer was sent to take him safely to his relatives. Itc 8s« detailed to this duty, and travelled down to the Black Country where my charge's friends resided. When we entered hiSjbomi--a nailer's shop-the father of the , discharged soldier was hammering away, and looked up at our entrance 4 Thit you, Jess ?' ho exclaimed. 'Aye, it's me, feyther,' replied Jess, as he stepped over a heap of jitter into an inner room. -This was all the greeting that passed between father and son, who had not seen eaoh other for the rather lengthy period of fifteen years !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

Champion Blood Purifier Probably all of our readers know some- thing of George W. Walkeivpi C27 Bourke St., Surry Hills, Sidney, N. S. w. He gives us this unusual and most remarkable experi- ence : " After being aTictim to typhoid, brain and rheumatic fevers in 1892, my system was left in a debilitated condition. Besides being very weak I had numerous abscesses on the lower part of my back and spine from which, a great number of pieces of bone were taken. As fast as an abscess would appear and was lanced another would form, Iwas treated at two different hospitnIs without success,'the surgeons in attendance informing me that I was suffering from blood poisoning. The abs- cesses continued to form and I was never without pain until six months ago Iwas induced to try When I had taken the first bottle I found an improvement and after nnishiug twelve bot- tles I now feel as well as ever I did In my life. The old abscesses have all healed, new ones have ceased to come and my health is sple...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

TO THE ELECTORS OF CANTERBURY^ Gentlemen, In asking for your votes at the forth- coming election, I am actuated solely by the desire of furthering the cause of Australian Union-the greatest cause that Australians had ever been called upon to support. If I could believe that the fortunes of this move- ment were safe in the hands of the Reid Government; if I could believe that Mr. Reid was sincere in his professions of loyalty to the cause of Union, I should not venture to ask for your votes, for I am an ardent freetrader, and would not be found in op- position to one of the same fiscal faith as myself. But at the same time I believe that the question of union so infinitely transcends not only the fiscal question, but every other question of local politics, that I am willing to follow any leader who will put federation in the forefront of his programme, and ab- solutely siuk the fiscal issue. The leader who, to my mind, is most desirous, and most capable of doing this, is Mr. Edmund B...

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Jagglin and his Bank Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

Jagglin and his Bank Holiday Jagglin was known in his City office as ' The Sheep.' It was a huge establishment, devoted to the management of an export business. Most of the olerinal work was done on the spaoious ground fluor, but a few of the departments were located in dim upper rooms and regions, where the ghosta of dead accountant? seemed to walk. The manage- ment was not very strict in those days, and so there were afternoons of royal hilarity in parts of tho building. Nono of tho tradi- tions of staid, decorous City offioos wore respootod. By some onrious law of sooial gravitation, a host of rollicking Bohemian characters had drifted thero to try the refuge of olorioal quill-driving, after warm- ing and burning both hands before tho firo of life in many quarters of tho globo. One was a respeotahlo violinist, and, incredible though it may boom, tho notes of his fiddlo might bo hoard full often in tho sloepy nfiornoons in tho upper rooms, and ovon on tho ground floor, whon the ho...

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