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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. A MAN named Binn ingham, formerly an inmate of the Liverpool Asylum, was found dead ab Denham Court on Tuesday last. He was conveyed to the asylum morgue by the police and an inquest was subsequently held, at which a verdict bf death from natural causes was recorded. Your Grocnr keeps Wood's Great Pepper- mint Cure f-.r O »ti "tin and Colds. 1/6 and 2/6. , MR. C. Witcher, senr, an:old and much respected résident of the town, died at his residence Charles-street on Sunday night last. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon and was largely attended, the hearse being preceded by several brethren bf the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, of which was deceased was a member. The coffin was covered with floral tributes sent by sympathising friends, and the remains of deceased wore interred in the Church of England cemetery. The Kev. J. Shearman officiated at the grave and Mr. Hugh Murphy carried out the funeral arrange- ments. A parson stood in his pulpit high, He...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 30 July 1898

?\ß ïmerfuuH traill, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1898. THE elections are over and Mr. Parkes has been re-elected for Canterbury by an over- whelming majority over his principal op- ponent, Mr. Bavin. While it is only fair to state that the result of the voting shows no diminishing of the support accorded Mr. Parkes since his first election for the elector- ate, it will be generally admitted that the vote recorded in favor of Mr. Bavin is indeed a creditable one, especially when it is con- sidered that that gentleman is almost a total stranger to the electorate and solicited the suffrages of the electors mainly on the Federation question-a question which has not created the awakening among the electors that its importance demanded. Unlike Mr. Bavin, Mr. Parkes has been fortunate in having a parliamentary career, and provincialism, as a consequence, has pre- vailed against nationalism. . We need offer no apology to Mr. Parkes and his intelligent supporters for...

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SCIENCE. CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

8BBSKUL -- CHILDREN. FAINTING FITS.-In case of fainting, place tho child in a horizontal position, with the head low ; sprinkle oold water on face, nook, and ehest ; loosou the clothing and expose tho pationt to frosh air. BUOKKN BONKS.-Broken limbe should bo placed in natural poaition, and tho pationt kept epiiofc until tho arrival of a physioian. SUNSTBOKH.-A patient sufforing from sun- stroke, should ho carried into a, cool room, and oloths wrung outof cold or ice water ap pliod to tho hoad. Those ohould ho largo enough to onvolop tho wholo hoad and changed ofton. A bladder (or bag of oiled fiilk) partially fillod with poundod ioo and plaood on tho hoad ia beneficial. STIWIU.-For ntinga of insects, oxamino tho part« with a magnifying giana, and if tho Hliug in loft in tho wound, oxtraot it with a windi pair of twoezora or a sharp ponkuifo. Then apply diluto ammonia, camphor, or baking Hoda moiatonod. SmAiNBD ANKIIK.-Tho sprain should bo troato ' At oiioo to au npplioation of wate...

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BEAUTY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

BEA.ULY HINTS. AH 4 A wonian'n faoo, with Nature's own bund painted ' in tho host to look upon, wo havo no intention of encouraging our rendors to Hook tho uowholoHomo aid of paint, rouge, onamol, oto., with whioh to ni auk and din iiguro ilion* feature«. Unquestionably tho beauty of tho skin is moro dependent upon its oloanlinoHH than anything oh»o, uiul oloau lino.'H may only bo obtained by froquout uno of warm water, a puro hygionio soap, and by friction, whioh. must not be too violent, but eearohing enough to dislodge all foreign matter from tho pores, koop them open, and encourage them in all their funotiona. Blackheads, enlarged pores, and many other simple forma of akin disoases may be easily cured by the use of a camel'a-hair face aorubbing. brush, Tho bruah should bo used every night, before going to bod, with warm water, and good soap, and after about two minutos' scrubbing the face should be thor- oughly rinsed with olear, warm water ; then apply cold cream, or some other...

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THE EVERLASTING DISEASE GERM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

THE EVERLASTING DISEASE GERM, In May, 1881, Dr. Miquel took some earth from a depth of 10 inches helow the turf. This he dried for two days at a temperature of 30 degrees Cent., and then he placed the dust in hermetically sealed tubes, wbioh he Eat aside in hermetically sealed tnbeB, which e put aside in a dark corner of tho labora- tory. When taken, the soil contained an average of six and a half million baoteria per gramme. After desiccation the number * had fallen to rather less than four million. Sixteen years later, that is to say, last year, he still found throe and a half million pei gramme, and he was enabled to isolate the spooifio miorobe of tetanus (look-JAW) The inoculation of this soil in guinea pigs caused death from tetanus.

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THE CAUSE OF NAIL SPOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

THE CAUSE OE NAIL SPOTS. Profelôfcr Belaly Bays that white spots, on tho finger-nails represent flaws in the nutri- tion of the. body. These flaws will always bo found, in oases of feyer. They are eyi^ donees that for some reason Nature has not done her duty in building up the nail. The nail, we are told, is really a record of the life history, just as the hair is. Every hair, aooording to the Prof ensor, is irregular in outliue. A weak plaoe here, a flaw there, representa the losa of a. mee.), or a night's sleeplessness. If a man has had a feyer it ia (we are invited to believe) written in his hair a<) well aa upon his finger»nail.

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LAYING BY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

LAYING BY. Fora, and woollen articles {preparatory.to being put away for tho summer months should be hung on a line in tho sun, well beaten, and oar of ally examined for lurking lanrre. They should then be securely pinned, or sewn np in unbleached oalico or news- papers ; the former ip preferable as paper is liable to tear. Different people have dif- ferent methods of preserving fur against tho ravages of moths ; some use camphor, some pepper, cedar chips, etc Pieces of linen, sprinkled with turpentine or kerosene, placed in boxea or drawers in which fura and woollens aro kept will drive away moths ; but, as tho 6moll is very far from, agreeable, ladies may pref or tho following preventative? Take ono ounce eaoh of Tonquiu boans, caraway Heed«, nutmeg, olovos, maco, and cinnamon, and seven ounces of orrie-root. Grind the whole into powder, whioh put into little bags.

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REGILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

REÖLLDlNGr. To ro-gild dooks, eto : Faint the part to be gilded with gold Bize ; then, if the gilding is to be brilliant, lay gold leaf over the part to be painted, when the latter has become dry, but eomowhat sticky. If dull gold is required, dust it over with powdered gold. Anothor way is to thoroughly oloan the article, malio tho part to bo gilt quito bright, and rub ovor with gold amalgam. Plaoo tho artiolo in an oven so that the moroury contained in tho amalgam may bo driven otf by boat. Tho gold now loft as a blaok pow- der, requires to bo rubbed strongly with a stiif, loug-hahod brush, and aftorwards waehed with vinegar and water, and lastly with wator ouly. Tho amalgam, boing a Btilf substance, must be put on with a wiro brush, usiug with it a little very dilute solu- tion of moroury, dissolved in nitric? aoid.

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THE PROPER PERIOD OF HUMAN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

9 - Í?HE PROPER PERIOD OF HUMAN Í LIFE. Save -with the -weary, the hardened and the sote beset, all that follow its pathway are disposed to lament the brevity of lifo ; and not without reason, for, exalted as is our speoieB, it has cot what would seem to bo its duo allotment of years. From our pinnacle of reason wo survey the animate world below and find many of its creatures whose measure of existence equals or of ton exceeds our own; and with the multitude whoso span falls short, the period ot maturity, of fullest enjoyment of life, is proportionately aioio prolonged than that accorded to our higher but more recent race. Ordinarily, a man's fullest physical po wers are acquired at the age of 25, and ho who retains them unimpaired beyond 35 does exceptionally well ; but to all, ten years later, there comes a consciousness of their material abatement. Assuming the utmost verge of human lifo to be a century, we here find that we have a period varying from one-tenth to ono-fifth of it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

THE CASE OF Nfl D% Re^BtnaQd Owen. (BT OTJIt SPJECtAL RKPORTBIl). ANYONK arriving at Livorpool by train can- not fail to observe, near the railway station ut the foot of the bridge that hero spans the river, the picturesque residence and boat-houses of Mr. Reginald O »von, boat j jiroprietor «nd builder. There is not a man, woman or child in the district but what knows Mr. Owen. A reporter from the Livui-fiojl Herald office paid this gentleman a visic. " I have corno," said the newspaper man, "to learn all about your recovery and how it was effected." " Welcome," replied Mr. Owen. " I give you a complete History of My Case. ¡ "Some time ago I found myself getting weak and unable to do even the light work which my busness demands. Often I should be forced to sit down and take a rest after hoing but a few minutes at work. This puzzled me, for ordinarily I could do a hurd dfiy's work and not feel the least fatigued afterwards ; but now all day long I Felt languid and dissatisfied with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

ALL GOODS ie-street, Liverpool. AT SYDNEY PRICES ! £100,(100,000 UNCLAIMED. DOUG AL'S Registered List, containing omîtes of 20,000 families advertised ^For., to claim property and money since .1.700. Price ls'ti ri., post free 2 a. Every «aaa and women should buy this <book, as 'instructions are given hf»w to .recover property fromOhaucery.-DO UG AL and Co., 62 Strand, Lioodon, Eog. Est. 1844. A fortune may await you. This boole can now be obtained from W. <0. Rigby, Adelaide; -Gurdou and G doh, Mel., Brisbane; G. Robertson & Go., Mel., Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. BONANZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. Dixscm and Sons manufacture from the choicest Ilacana tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before attempted. 4 for 6d ! ! Sample hundreds S2nt carriage paid for 10s.* Mn J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice at S9 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may be consulted every evening between the ...

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A GALLANT RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

A GALLANT RESCUE. Breezer is a little bit of a mau with a good1 head on his ahouldora. ilia wife is a woman of magnificent proportions, beautiful, and full of on orgy. They impress strangers as- an ill« mated pair, but ure happy as young lover«, and just au devoted to oaoh other. ' How did I ovor got hor ?' eohood Breezer, whilo talking to un old and inquisitive triend. ' Qiite a romauoo. Little out of tho oommon, too. Kuto was quito a belle, and I had rivals by tho acoro. I was handicapped by tho f aot that I only weighed about aoven atone, while Hbo was largo and stately ; but £ waa in tho running, and voing for all I was worth. I admit that I. might have lost but for providential inter- ference. Wo attendod a grand concert ono night. The theatre was crowded, and wo were pretty well to the iront. lu tho midst of a very delightful musical entertainment some of tho alago truppinga overhead took fire, and despite tho otforra of a fow of tho cooler hoads to have tho audience koop thei...

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NOT AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

NOT AT HOME. At a oriokot-matoh played in tho park of a well-known httronot in SUMHOX there was a poaroity of available talent. It waa nones Bary, in cousequouoo, to nooure tho B6''VÍCOH of ono of tho footmen of tho hull an umpire. In duo couran the baronet, his mastor, wont in, and the village bowler was put on. Tho Bocond time ho howled, the baronet stopped the ball with his leg, and trie ory of 4 How*a-< that ?' was raised. It was the footman who had to answer, and, turning to his master, ho exclaimed, in. a half-apologetio tone, 4 I'm afraid I most say ' Notât home,' Sir George.' 'Not at home!' cried the baronet; 'Whatr do y ou mean ?' 'Well, then, Sir Geor/are,' James made answer, ' if yon will have it, I mean that . you're hout !'

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MEDICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

MEDICAL. Apropos of tho proposal that is hoing rondo to the effect that in Eugland, aa in America, no dootor should he permitted to practice, whatever his collegiate degress might bo, till he had passed tho ordeal of a Grovornmont examination, I cunio across ia a roviow artiole tho other duy au amusing account of the way in which a Chinaman has to obtain a mcdioul diploma. It scorns that a braes man, full «>f holes, and pasted over with paper, is sot up. Thon tho candidate is given a piu, and if ho can porforate tho paper immediately ovor a certain number of the hidden holes ho immediately becomes qualified to sot up as a dootor.

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TO CALCULATE BICYCLE SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

TO CALCULATE BICYCLE SPEED. A method of obtaining- tho approximate epeed at which a rider is oyoling is sug- gested hy a oyoling paper as follows. The- reto of speed is ascertained by noting the number of revolutions which the pedal- er anks make in a given number of seconds the number of seconds in every instance depending upon the gear of tho bioyole. For example, a rider whose wheel is geared' at sixty-six goes aa ninny milos per hoar as hin pedal cranks make evolutions in 11.78 seconds. Tho following gears and seoonds to correspond in this method are given : Gear 51, seoonds 9.91; gear 60, seconds 10.72; gear 66, seconds 11.78; gear 72-, seconds 12.84; gear 78, seconds 13.92;. gear 84, seconds 15 ; gear 00, seconds 16.08. Inasmuch as tho ordinury ridor would be unablo to split seconds with tho requisite fineness for this table, the method is good-, only for a rough oaloulation.

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BACK-PEDALLING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

BACK-PEDALLING. For the benefit of those who have not yet. ] learned this useful art, wo will here explain that by its means the constant use of the break-which soon wears out the tyres-ia somewhat mitigated. When descending a, hill-not too steep of course-it is possible to - keep your maohine well undor control by pressing hard on the pedals when they are rising. They may seem difficult at first, bub a little practice will Boon render you. proficient. If any of our lady readers experience any difficulty in keepiug their feet on the pedals -as even the best of riders do-we should recommend them to have two strips ol leather put on the solea of their shoes, leaving onough space between them to allow the pedal to fit in. This will prevent all slip» ping.

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JOCKEYS MUST STARVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

JOCKEYS MUST STARVE. 4 A man must not only be light in weight, but, to become and remain a jockey, ho must have a fine constitution,' remarked a gentleman connected with, a horse-raoing establishment. . The procesa of getting down weight ia, to my mind, positively a cruel one, and ia the season many a jockey is more than half . starved. I have know a men who for no less than two days before a big race have not had a morsel to eat. ' More than one rider has told me that at night ho has dreamed constantly of big. banquets ready laid out. to be consumed, that he has positively sniffed the sweet perfuma . of roast meat, and has folt himself j uat about to eat something tempting, then waking only to realise the bif ter truth.'

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WEAK DIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

. WEAK DIGESTION. Some babies have a weak digestive apparatus from birth, and are very difficult i to feed. As a rule it is the b^na» fed baby ! that presents the greater difficulty ; children i that have their natural food do not usually suffer greatly from indigestion, i With some few children ordinary diet is not suitable, and substitutes must be found by hook or by crook. When milk in any form only oausos vomiting and diarrhooa, i what is to be done ? (a.) One medioal authority on young chil- dren's diot advises bread jolly, but it must, of oourse, bo given with disoretiou. The way to prepare it is as follows : - ) Take a good thiok slioo of bread (stale) and i soak it in cold wator for eight hours. Then i take out the bread and equeezo from it all the water. Put it into frosh wator and boil for two hours. Bub the pulp through a fino i siove and it will form a jolly when cold. k It must bo remembered that this will not i keep sweet very long. To make a meal for a baby, take one ...

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HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

-+ BOILED TROUT.-Put tho fitm into boiling* water, mudo pretty unit, and boil fast for about fifteen to twenty minutes. Serve with melted buttor or lobster sav.ce. LOBSTER SAUGE.-Take the body of a boil td lobster, out into small piooos, and mix it with melted butter, whioh has beon pre- viously prepared. '"Season to taste. Tho spawn of »he lobhter, pounded, may ho added tô tho sauce. ROAST FILLET OB* VEAL.-Before roasting ¡ tho fillet should bo woll washed, tho bone I takeu out, and tho spaco fillod with good stuffing, UH well as undor the flap ; tho whole to bo tied, or skoworod up into a round form. Tho following in a vory Himplo but cxoollont stuffing for veal : Quarter »rf a pound of fat j bacon minoud fino : a small handful of j part-loy, Maldod aud chopped ; tho grated j rind of half a lomon ; a breakfast-oupi ul of bread crumbs ; a little salt and peppor. Mix well, and bind with the beaten yolk c one egg. OATOHTIIO-VVKB SOOT.-Melt a quarter of pound of butter in a stowpan ; ...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

SOCIAL. j THE Liverpool Lawn Tennis Club held their second dance of the season at the Liverpool Town Hall on Friday night, 29th ult., and al- though the affair was somewhat of an im- promptu character it proved one of the most successful that has been held for some time past. No effort was spared by the committee, who were ably assisted by the secretaries, Messrs. A. H. Goodman and A. Jeanneret, to cater for the enjoyment of their guests, and that they succeeded was fully demon- strated by the unanimous verdict of the com- pany that the affair was the most enjoyable they had been privileged to take part in this season. There was an entire absence of decorations in the main building, but a row of Chinese lanterns placed across the front of the stage proscenium, added to the light colored and prettily stencilled walls, gave the scene a pleasing effect. The company com- prised about twenty-five couples, including a number of visitors. Shortly before 9 o'clock dancing commenced to excel...

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