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SHORT STORY. WHO WAS THE IMPOSTOR? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 23 July 1898

5BQRT STOUT. -? » WHO WAS THE IMPOSTOR ? Though tho story may bo set down as ut -terly improbable, it is but a simple narration of faots that actually took plaoe. It can be substantiated by the criminal records of France, and oven yet in the Parisian detec- tive bureaus one will hear them «peak of the * Affaire de Maurin.' Mademoiselle Manrin was an aotrets of unmistakablo talent and remarkable beauty. She bad been a favour- ite of the people for Hoveral years, and had managed by her taientp, as well as many tokens of admiration from private admirers, to accumulate quite a largo fortune. Just, however, in the height of her popularity, a rapid comsumption, that utterly baffled the dootors' skill, attacked her, and Bhe died in less than three weeks. There could attach to no one the slightest suspicion of foul play. That her death was a natural one was evident to everybody. Sho lay in death plaoid as if osleop, and even a faint rose tint seemed to linger on her cheeks and lips. The who...

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

I0U33KSSP2& -o BtrjTBnT.nr.ii: Pie.-Two cnpfula of pop feotly sweet buttermilk, one egg, three fourths of a oupful of sugar, one large tablespoonful of cornflour, two teaspoonfula - of lemon extract. Beat ogg, sugar, and flour together, thon add the buttermilk and lemon ; bake in a moderately hot oven Tha yolks of two eggs can be usad in tho pie, and the whites used for frosting if one wishes. A Good Loaf Catch. - One oupful of sugar, one-halt oupful of butter, two eggs, one half cupful of buttermilk, two cupfula of flour, one cupful of seeded raisins, and a, little nutmeg, one teasipoonful of bicarbonate of soda, one teaspoonful of oream of tartar« Bako in a moderate oven. Cookies.-One cupful of sugar, one'half cupful of butter, one half oupful of butter- milk, one small teaspoonful of bicarbonate of soda one-half of a small nutmeg, one egg, and three oupfuls of flour. Bake in hot oven. These are excellent. Gingee Snaps.-One cupful of sugar, on© oupful of treacle, two-third...

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TRAVELLER. ITALIANISED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

ITALIANISED. London streets are being re-christened by the Italian organ-grinders and others who ; ^ have made their home in the groat metropolis. Kegent street they call tho 'Stradone del Campanile Aguzzo,' the street of the pointed steeple ; Kensington Gardens ja ' Il Paroo del Palazzi,' the park of high palaces ; Trafalgar Square, * La Piazza delle Fon- tane,' the square of fountains ; while the Wellington statue at Hyde Park Corner is known to them as 'Covallinton,' a corruption bf . Oavallo alto Wellington,' in Kngliah . high horse Wellington. Pimlico has ao qnired a French name, ' Il Faubourg.*

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HOW TO IRON A SHIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

HOW TO IRON A SHIRT. When proceeding to iron a shirt, fold it lengthwise from tho gathers of the yoke co the tail, and çiron both sides of tho baok. After this tho wristbands should be ironed, being polished if necessary (polishing irons can bo secured ^.t any ironmonger's). The sleeves should then bo taken in hand and finished, caro boin g taken to press thom in proper shape. When this is done, tako the shirt by tho shoulders and turn it front up- ward on the board, with tho oollar to the left hand. After putting in any nooossary pleats in tho baok, iusort tho sbict-board and proceed with tho front. Uoforo cominonoing to iron, thö front should bo pulled into shape, after whioh it should be ironed until thoroughly dry, doing ono sido at a timo, and hoing care- ful to avoid making croases. When both sides aro dono, pin the oollar or uookb;ind together and run tho iron down the contre and aorosi thu btiso of tho front, afterward* ironing tho remaining unstarched portions of tho garmen...

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HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

B0U8BKDVJBL MALVERN PODDING--Line a basin (greased) with slices of bread, half an inoh thiok, set oloBoiy together. Strew about ono pound of rhubarb, or any other fruit, -with sugar to taste. Pour the fruit boiling upon the bread, cover with more bread. Place a plate upon the basin, and press it with a weight. Turn out after six. hours and serve with cream or custard. SAUCER PUDDING.-Rub two ounces of butter into two ounces of flour, boat up two eggs and add them to half a pint of milk sweetened by two ounces of oaBtor sugar ; , whisk these all together for a fow moments, then mix them with the butter and flour ; again whisk for a minute or two, then bake in four saucers for fifteen minutes or a little longer ; remove from tho saucer while hot, spread apricot or raspberry jam in between, and lay une layer on top of another, put it baok into the oven for two minutes, thea serve in a silver di«h. RASPBERRY SPONGE PUDDINO.-Take the white of two eggs in flour and butter, and the white o...

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DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

.' DAYS. What is the message of days, what is the thought they bring Days that darben to winter, days that sweeten to spring? Is there a lore to learn, is there a truth to be ,. told? . Hath the new dawn a ray that never flashed from the old ? Days, that deepen to night, night that _ broadens today, What is the meaning of all, what is the word they say ? .--Silenoe for aye and aye, and thé heart - beats never oeaso Till toil and life and the day are the night and death and peaoe. . - JOHN HAM. INOHEAM.

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NOVEL. A Question of Courage CHAPTER IV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

'A . _ , :" ? Question of Courage By FRANCIS LYNDE, CHAPTER IV.-(Continue*.1) ' But won't the law protect the colonel in the defence of hin rights ?' ' lt-or public indignation-would avenge his death very promptly, but in regard to tho other, yen will remembor that you must first oatoh your hare ; these fellows don't go around with a brass band announcing their intentions.' * Still, I think it would be easy enough to get evidence against them/ ' Do you? -then suppose you try it. That is a bright idea, Hugh, you are interested in the family fortunes, and you haven't any- thing else on your mind. J nat turn in and Set evidence enough to hang theco throe iynum boys, and I'll guarantee the colonel ?Will give you Hester out of hand.' «IP- Uod forbid!' replied Ringbrand, turning pale. 1 My gifts don't lia in that direction.' Laidlow glanced at his friend with a look of mingled curiosity and concern ; ' I was ?wondering if you'd ohanged any, Hugh; you used to be a peaoeable sort of fellow ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

¡Tfíe PsalKQ_ofvLife. Toll me notjin 'mournful numbers Advertising does not pay ; For thu man's non compos mentis Who would ouch absurd things say. Life is real ! Life is earnest 1 And the man who hopeB to rise To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In the world's brond field of battle, In the conflict of veal life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind us We ean make bur own sublime, And by: liberal nd verfcÍ8Ínj? To the higheßt'summit climb. THE Liverpool Herald With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and " Liverpool Meroury), Published Every Saturday Morning, Is one of the BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the whole bf 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 the ti A T E S T "TTE W S ! right' up to the ...

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CHAPTER V. A VENTURESOME VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

CHAPTER V. A VflNTÜBHSOMK VISIT. Thc preliminary of Mrs Ludlow's matoh m alf i og had beeu drawn with suoh slight diffiouUy that tho small conspirator began to think |liore would bo no oooasion for a go between. Bingbrand's hospitable welcomo by the oolonol, and tho oasy facility with whioh he ingratiated himself ot ' Tho Laurels/ loft littlo to bo dosircd ; nnd bis infatuation wns so vory ovidont that it neodcd nothing in tho way of encourage- ment. Sinoo his side of tho caso was boyond the nood of prompting, Mrs Ludlow dircoted her efforts toward trying to ascertain his " sWinc'ing with Hester,-a praiseworthy endeavor whioh the young girl appeared ,.to take a perverse delight in frustrating. At ono time she would praise him with auoh outspoken frankness that its very unreserve was a most discouraging symptom ; at another she would criticize him in a manner that was equally dishoactoning. She had ridden down to spend the day with Mrs. Ludlow on tho morning following Ring brand's in...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1898. (Before Messrs. Chapman and Bell, Js'P.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

j LIVERPOOL POLICE COU ET. TiimtsDAY, JULY 28, 1808. (Before Messrs. Clmpumn arni Bell, .Ts'P.) J." Wheeler appeared on remand charged with bein jr concerned with others in stealing a bottle ot'whisky, the property of Mrs. Jacobs, licensee of til« Islington Hotel, Bankstown. Constable Jeacock deposed to the arrest of accused outside Pemberton's Hotel, Enfield, on the 23rd instant, on the above charge, in reply to which accused stated he did not steal the whisky. Mary Elizabeth Jacobs, on oath, stated : I am a widow residingjat Bankstown and lieensoe of the Islington Motel ; I know accused ; I saw him in front of my hotel in a buggy, in company with a man named Riley and others, about mid-day on thc 23rd instant ; Kiley and another man came into the hotel and the former called for two drinks and a bottle of whisky ; I served them with twojdrinks and a bottle of whisky ; Riley took one of the drinks and the whisky outside the hotel and gave the whisky to accused, and when I asked him ...

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TRY IT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

TRY IT. \ Heart pad? ? . " . Whistle : - This'll Make glad. In debt? Hustle, , Bustle : '. Don't fret. Love-sick? , , .'' Marry : .. ? . . ?.. \ You'll bo . . \ Cared quiok. ' ^ -H. PAEKBB. ;1 ? ; ? ? i , , , ~ - ~:

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POETRY. THE ETERNITY OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

POETRY. i .' :, THE ETJfiRNITY OF LJFE. "Each life is in itself eternal, : Aware of neither birth nor death ; ' Howe'er remote tho search etornal It knows not of its waking breath. Nor doth it know when falls tho curtain Upon the thought that was to be And thus .within its sphere uncertain Eaoh life is an eternity. -OLIFFOBD HOW ABD.

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POPE LEO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

POPE LEO. Physically the Pope is the frailest of men. He is of medium height, and is thin to tho point of attenuation. When he raises his his hand it seems almost transparent. His brain, however, is marvellously clear, and he conducts the heavy affairs of his office as vigorously as if he wero only sixty, instead of nearly ninety. Leo XIII, bears a striking resemblance to the late Cardinal Manning, 8nd in many of his ways he is like the late Cirdinal. Here is a little diary of a day in the Pope's life. He rises at seven, and takes a single glass of either ooffeo, tea, or milk. After reading his correspondence, he begins to receivo about nine. jFrom that hour till one in tho afternoon the throng of visitors nover slackens. Soorotaries, ambassadors, car- dinals from the Congregation, distinguished visitors and bishops from every part of tho world, have audience in turu. His intel- lectual faoo relaxes into tho most attractive of smiles when he talks, and, despito his great age, he is ...

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MUSIC IN INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

MUSIO IN INSECTS. SIR John Lu b hook says that the house-fly, which profluces the sound F, vibrates its wings 20;1U0 times a minute, or 835 a floound ; and the bee, which makes the souud of A, as many AS 26.000, or over 430 a second. On tin* contrary, a tired hoe horns un E, and vibrates its wiugs only 300 ti mea a second. Marey has succeeded in confirming these numbers. Ho fixed a fly sr» that the tip of the wins' just touched a cylinder covered with smoked paper moved by clockwork Each stroke of tho wins* caused a perceptible mark, and there were actually 336 atrokesin second, agreeing almost exactly with the number inferred from the noto produced.

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A MIDSHIPMAN'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

A MIDSHIPMAN'S DINNER. We wero talking of a midshipman's appetite as a thing whioh boara a high ohw PO ter for energy and punctuality, ana Captain Beaufort paid it had never been f uUy trisd bow many dinner» a midshipman oould eat in one day. . 1/ Haid ho, ' got as far as throe. I had oaten my dinner at the midshipman's table, and a very good one, as 1 always, did. * After it, the oaptain's steward oame up and said, * The captain's compliments, and ho desires the favour of your company to dinner.' ? But I've olnod,' said I. 4 For raeroy't» sake, don't Ray that, slr,' said be, * for 1 Bhall bo in a sorape if you do ; I ought to have asked you this morning, but I forgot.' ' So I thought I must go ; and two -hours afterwards I did go, and I dined, and I think 1 made my usual good dinner. Just as wo rose from table, a signal was made by tho admiral to send an officer on board, and as it waa my turn, I had to go off in the boat. When I got on board the admiral's ship, tho admiral «aid to...

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GREAT DEGREASE IN THE CONSUMPTION DEATH RATE. STRIKING FIGURES AT THE QUEEN VICTORIA HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

?GREAT DEGREASE IN THE CON- SUMPTION DEATH RATE. «ímitlNa FIGURES AT TIIB QUEEN "VICTORIA HOME. The Hon. Dr. M cLauriu, in seconding the adoption oi' tho report and balance-sheet nt tho annual me^tintr of the'committee of the Qii^en Vi' toi ia Hornes for Co -aumptives Fund (says the Evening News, ot" June 28th i. .g ive somo interestiu j statistics with regard tn th» number of deaths iu this colony from that dread dis«H8H, consumption. He said that up to t^n y»»ars ago the numher of deaths in N.S W. from consumption had ; br>en increasing considerably. In 1885 there were 1095 deaths due to thia cause. For the years hefore 18S5 consumption had been increasing much more rapidly than the population, while now, although the popula- tion has increased 50 per cent., the number of deaths wa* very much less. In 1885 there was 271 deaths of youug children from consumption. The decrease in deaths from this disorder lins attracted attention at homo also. The Weekly Dhpatcli of London, writi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

¡rn ALL GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES! rm mn £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. OUG-AI/S Registered List, eon tainin pr nu mes of 20ßOQ families advertised Ifnr. to claim property and money since 1700. IPrioo ls'b'd, post f ree 2a. Every man and women -efaou'ld buy this 'book, a9 inetructious 'are given how to reooverproperty from Chancery.-DOUGAL and'Co., '62 Strand, Londou, Eng.. Est. 11844. A fortune may await you. This book can now be obtained from W. C. Rigby, Adelaide.; Gurdon and G «toll, Mel., Brisbane; G. Robertson & Co-, Mel., ¡Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. ÎROTÏATIZA 'CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. Dixson and Sons manufacture from the ehoioest Havana tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before attempted. 4 for 6d i ! Sample hundreds «ant carriage paid for 10s.* Mit J. H. Marsden, solicitor, bas com- menced practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may be consulted every evening between the hours of 6*30 and 8 o'clock at the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

A Great Sufferer from General Debility and Weakness Says DR. AYER'S SAVED HER LIFE. We gfve below a testimonial from Mrs. IVT. Cracknell of Hilton, So. Australia, who also sends us ber portrait : *' Some two years ago I was s^ general debility, weakness, etc., and was so ill tliat 1 thought I never would be well again. I had the advice of two medical men and took much medicine, but I derived no good what- ever. My husband was telling a friend how very ill I was and this friend told him to get lor me Ayers Sarsaparilla He did so and I took three bottles. I felt a ffreat deal better. I continued taking it and ii all I took eight bottles and was able to resume my household duties as well as I ever was. I feel sure that Ayer's Sarsaparilla was the means of saving my life. I strongly re- commend it to anyone who ls suffering as I <lid and if they will only persevere in its use I feel positive it will cure them." For constipation take Dr. Ayor'a Pills. They promptly relievo and...

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A PRETTY TYPEWRITER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

A PRETTY TYPEWRITER. Typewriters, and especially pretty ones, have been made the subject of innumerable so-called jokes, hut one must not imagine for one instant that the average typewriter's existence is a bed of roses. Far from it ; many of them work long and late nnd the very nature of the work is more than likely to bring on chronic disease. A sedentary life of the surest originators of constipation, biliousness, female ailments, sluggish liver, and a host of similar ailment?, and an attack of this sort necessitates a course of that best of all remedies for stomach, liver, or female complaints, Bile Beans for Bilious- ness. This remedy is the fruit of years of study by an eminent American medical man. who, after various experiments, discovered a vegetable substance that, when properly com- pounded, has the exact effect on the system of a regular and sufficient flow of nature's own bile. Needless to say, this is. without doubt the " purgative of the age," and the best pos- sible ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

Thc Case cf Mr. JAS. SMITH. (BY OUK SPECIAL UKVORTJÎTI.) ?RE POI ¡TS continually coming to hand from ?diftoront quarters ns to tiie most exceptional . recovery of.Mr. Jas. Smith, of High-street, Liverpool, fr-in a cimplnation of «¡isordois Mhich would prove fatnl to a man of an o clinary constitution, we put inquiries . on loot to get the truth. A.represen tat ive -f this paper found Mr. Smith in his shop in High-street, uncl asked him if the current reports of his case were true. . '?Yes," replied Mr. Smith, "and as I think IVly Remarkable Case should have full publicity in. .the cause of humanity I will give you an hoar. My complaint crept upon me in a slow, insidious manner, lil«« a thief in the night ; it must have pr greased for many months before I suspected anything was the matter, till Most Alarm i rag Symptoms Set In." . "What were thry?" " A strange dizziness and palpitation of the heurt, liven then I thought there ivas nothing seriously wrong with me hut a touch of indige...

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