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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

Impurities of the Blood Until these purifying Pills have had a fair trial, let no one be longer oppressed with thc notion that his malady is in- curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse th« torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleans« impure blood, and confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headaoh* No organ in the human body ii 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. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove »ll couses of indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excess #f any kind, whether mental or physical, the «neets of tke.se Pills are in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION. MATXS are despatched from Liverpool Post 'Office .daily {Sundays excepted), its follows : Sydney, Parramatta, and Glei field, 9' 30 a.m. Bringelly., Moorbnnk, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. Sydney, 12*30 p.m. Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5'30 p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, at 9'30 p.m. ?On every Tuesday and Saturday mails aro des- patched for "Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 noon. On everv Saturday night a mail is despatched to "Travelling P.O., with letters for the Northern and Western lines, afc 9'30. On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 5 $).m. MAITIS aro reoeived at the Liverpool Post Office .daily (Sundays excepted), as follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 a m. Moorbank, fl'45 a. m. Sydney,.Parramatta-, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12*4.5 p.m. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Preston's, 5'55 p.m. Sydney, Parramatt...

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SMUGGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

SMUGGLING. "vïe hear but little of the deeds of bold , smugglers nowadays, except in the oase of ; ; holiday makers returning from the Conti- ; nont, who frequently make more or JOBS (generally less; suoeossful efforts to bring over an extra box of cigars, or bottle of . Eau de Cologne, without paying the required > duty. Consequently tho successful descent of a party of H.M. Inland Revenue officials, ; under the dirpction of Inspector A. J. . Llewhellen, ou a number of alleged smug- glers in Newlyn and St Ives, which resulted .. . in a good haul of contraband tobacco and spirits being made, will come as a distinot surprise to most. For some time past, how- ever, the excisemen have suspected that a " good number of the Cornish coat>c townB have been made the means of carrrying on an illicit trude of considerable magnitude, between the Dutoh coopers in the Channel, who bring tho stock from Germany and Holland, and the dealers on shore. The offioials were, however, not able to v...

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IN FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

IN FEVER; In some of the American up-oountry diB t rio ts pbysioians ace few ana (ar between, like tho traditional friendly cull from an angel. In one of the small mining camps far away in the Black Hills thoro lay a big Cornishman striokon witb fever. Hin wife, being unskilled in remedios for the ailment, hunted high and low for a doctor, failing ho wovor, after a long and pationt soaroh, to disoovor auything bettor than a veterinary surgeon. 4 What. would you do, doctor/ ehe. cried, * if your brother waa delirious with feverP* .Madam,'' ho replied, 'I Irnow no moro than you. Í nan euro only horses and other animals.* ' Well, dootor, aho said, ' my husband is as strong aa a horse. Whatfil would you do for a horse ? And for Heaven's sake be quick in telling me!' 4 Madam,' replied tho vet, 'I shojld open his mouth/'" pull bis tongue out on one side to prevent^ his biting mo, and givo him thia fever-''"*, powder, paper, string and all.' Blinded? with tears of gratitude, tho poor woman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

Paint Poison! Undermines his Health. THEY TOLD HIM TO EFFECT A CURE Was a DEAD BS RD. The Case of Mr. Christopher Cullen. (BY OXTR OWN KEPORTlilt). "PLEASE obtain full details as to bis illness and recovery, and also as to his present state of health." These were the instructions received by our {Liverpool Herald) reporter . to visit Mr. Christopher Cullen, Atkin- son Street* Liverpool Mr. Cullen ia as widely known as esteemed. He is a master painter, and the newspaper mon bet ok himself and discovered Mr. Cullen on the top of a house which he was painting. "May I have a word with you about your late illness,"asked our reporter? At which .Mr. Cullen d«suended, und stated, "I am glad to get away from thepaint pots for a time I eau tell yon, for a too close acquaintance with thorn was the first cause of my sickness. 1 got LeacJ Poisoning fr m the paint Tains in tho limbs attacked me, especially in tho shiu bones, and often I ha ve been obliged to get up in middle of the ii ght, so int...

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SKETCHER. DUKES PAY TO BECOME MONSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

.' DUKES PAY TO BECOME MONSTERS ' The curious sightseer who loves to gaze «pon wild men from tho forests or mermaids from the ocean would bo very incredulous were the showman to tell bim that some of his freaks were merely members of the aristocracy in disguise. Such a statement would be hard to swallow, but it is never- theless true that many of the blue-blooded men have sought safety in side-shows, and, by passing thernBolvea off as natural wonders, have been able for a time to avoid tho atten- tions of those who -should fain have traced their whereabouts. A young man with a small allowance, and a great capacity for sponding it, ran into debt, and cheerfully referred his oreditors to his father, until that worthy, enraged by his son's prodigality, absolutely refused to pay another of his bills. Then the young man suddenly discovered that his precious person was in danger, and began to look out for a suitable spot in which to hide it. Passing through a fair field one afternoon, he ...

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HEADSMAN OF THE TOWER OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

HEADSMAN OÜ' THE TOWER OF LONDON. :r There are many ourious things to be found in the Tower: Indeed, if you have a power J'y ful imagination you can find anything, from " the ghosts of a dozen lords and ladies who lost their heads to please a monarch's whim down to tho jack-knife of the late Guy 1 FawkeB. In the Tower nothing is so expected as the unexpêoted : but it is safe to say that not ten ' people out of tho many thousands who visit ?he crusty old pile, which rears its head a quarter of a milo below .London Bridge, expect to find within its groy and musty ' wa'ls such a relic of tho past as au officer who is known as tho Headsman of the 1 J'ower. Yet the Tower boasts of a Heads- man to-day just ns it did hundreds of years ago. In fact, tho Constable of tbe 'Tower would almost prefer to part with his right hand than do away with his Headsman, who ia part and parcel of tho traditions of the most romantic building in England. But there aro other reasons which lead not only the Co...

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GREAT GRUMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

GREAT GRUMBLES. When tho kidneys are sick they grumble. You hear them clear through the back. You feel them clear through the body. They grumble when overtaxed. Know how thc kidneys grumble ? Its a simple thing ; your back will tell you. Backache is the first grumbling warning. The kidneys give it, mid if you hoed it not Look out for trouble : it will surely come. Urimiry trouble, kidney trouble and many miseries. Donn's Backache Kidney Pills are made for kidneys only. They cure every form of kidney ill. The experience of Wilkes-Bnrre people proves this. Here's a case in point. Mr. Edward Albert of 30 John-street, Wilkos-Barre, Pa., brakeman on the Lu V. Ii. R., says : " I have' beon troubled with pains in my back for some time pa?t, and never could got anything to relieve me, though I tried different home remedies and patent medicines, hut nono of thorn did me any good. Having henrd so much about Donn's Backache Kidney Pills I got a box at Tuck's drug store and I had only taken the...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. SERVICES will bo held ia connection with the local Wesleyan Church to-morrow (Sunday), as follows :-Liverpool, ll a.m., Rev. J. Hopkins ; .7 p.m., J.R. Ingleburn, ll a.m. and 7 p.m., Mr. Young. For Consumptive Oouprhs take Wo id's Grent Peppermint Cure. 1/6 and 2/6. A PARTY of local shooters had good sport among the hares at Greendale lately. A " SURPRISE" party, organised by Mes- j dames Eedy, J. Smith and Chapple and | laden with the usual necessities, visited the ' residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. Penny, of Passefield-street, on Wednesday evening last. On arrival, the party, which consisted of about twenty-five persons, was formally wel- comed by the host and hostess and no time was lost in placing the premises in order for dancing, which was forthwith commenced and kept up with vigor till midnight, when supper was served. After supper dancing was resumed and continued on till the small hours. During the evening songs were rendered by several of the company and Mr....

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PERSEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

PERSEVERANCE. , .' tío as tho cease1 CBS dropping v.; Pierces the hardest Htone ; . . ¡ By constant perseverance .. .. A mau may btard alone And claim a trackless forest Or a kingdom for his own! Be steadfadt, strong, courageous, Be manly, brave, and true, - . Remember daily duties, And love thy brotber, too. There then can be no failings, - For God will pull you through ! , Fight for the right, and never Be mournfully east down ; The lowliest endeavour May bring thee high renown ; Minding tho Father's promise. After the Crops-the Crown 1 -OHAS. h\ FORSHA'W, LL.D.

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PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

A widow in Attloborough, Norfolk, ha9 six sons in ono regiment, and four others waiting to join tho Army. The Duke of Westminster estimates that his London proporty, if realised, would be-;. : worth over twelve millions. W hen Sir George Trevelyan was at Har- row he freqnenfcly received letters from his undo, tho great Lord Macaulay. The let- ters used tobo sealod with masses of red.' wax, in which, as often ns not, was buried a gold coin. 1 It ia said that the best part of a lady's letter ia the postscript,' Macaulay once wrote. 4 Tho beat part of an uncle's is under the seal !' The Sultan of Morocco haa a somewhat Imperial method of amusing himself with cycling. A kind of couch is rigged up be- tween tho wheels, and on this tho monarch., roolinos, studying tho cyclometer and tho oompasB, while his attendants pedal for him. M. Worth, tho man milliner, was engaged at a draper's shop when ho wus thirteen, and while still in his teens went over to Paris,, where ho was employed in a si...

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ENSILAGE EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

I ENSILAGE EXPERIMENTS. I _ Mr. W. H. CHALK, of Kurrindar (noar Hingleton\ has hoon conducting experiments with ensilage on n very large sealo, and is spending largo autos of money in construct ing bride pits to hold the cmiMnrved fodder. .Samples of the ensilage have hoon forwarded tci th» principal of the Hawkesbury College (Mr. Vulder), who hus written a complimen- tary letter to Mr. Chalk, stating that the teeta should be a gre-»t example to neighbor- ing farmers. Mr. Vulder nlso writes: - " Ensilage, unless made of suitable mixed crops, is m>t a perfect milk ration. A gond ration is 501b* mniz^ ensilauo, 8lbs 'ground wheat, and 6los of oaten or lucerne haj' ; the ground wheat to bo mixed with th«1 en- silage, and thf hay fed by itself. Another ration of ft mille producing quality in : fl Ol bu maize ensilage, 2lb.s bran. Glim ground outs 2lli8 cooounuc cake, 6lbs of buy (oaten or lucerne). All heavy milkers should have . least six wooka' spell before oalving, but if the cow ...

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Liver Complaint and Fickle Appetite of years' standing cured with only Three Bottles. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

Liver Complaint and Fickle Appetite of years' standing cured with only Three Bottles. MP. J. K. Fuulder, Goulburn N.S.W., writes on Septembor 28th, 1897 :-I have mu uh pleasure in recommending Clements Tonic to the public. I had suffered for years from loss of appetite, and was con- tinually spitting phlegm. I tried several remedies, but could obtain no relief, until one day I happened to see one of your pamphlets, and seeing the number of cures effected by Clements Tonic, I decided to try it, and after taking the contents of the first hottle I felt relieved, and by the time 1 had taken three large bottles I ff lt a different man, and have not been troubled with the same complaint since. I therefore cannot thank you enough for the benefit I have derived from. Clements Tonic. In conclusion, I caa safely recommend it to all suffering from the above complaint.' -Yours faithfully. J. R. PATJLDER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

íhé Tsaltfr of Life. Tell me not iii mournful numbers .Advertising does not pay ; For tho unau's non compos mentis Who would saoh absurd things say. Life is real ! Lifo is earnest 1 And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In the world'B broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind us We can make our own sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. THE Liverpool JSei^ald With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and "Liverpool Mercury), Published Every Saturday Morning, Is one of th» BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the whplë of the District, including Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta, Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of Liverpool. It contaius the L A TBS T NE W S right up to the time of public...

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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. T. R. BAVIN, B.A., L.L.B. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. T. R. BAVIN, B.A., L.L.B. Mu. T. R. Bavin, B.A., L.L.B., who con- tested tho recent Canterbury election as a Federalist and supporter of Mr. Barton, was tendered a complimentary banquet by his principal local supporters on Wednesday evening last, in recognition of his able, ardent and sincere advocacy of the cause of Federa- tion. The affair took place in the spacious dining-hall of Mr. A. Mulletb's Centennial Hotel, which was tastefully decorated with bunting-the Federal flag forming a promin- ent and striking feature of the decorations-. while from the chandelier in the centre of the building the Federal colors were artisti- cally arranged, giving the whole a very attractive appearance. The catering was of a very high order, the tables were arranged so as to ensure the comfort of the company, and the table decorations, which consisted of vases of flowers studded with miniature Federal flags, were decidedly pretty and ap- propriate, the arrangements thr...

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POETRY. A NOTE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

V POETRY. I . -A A NOTE OF LIFE. '\ -ff. í' Take it aa you fiad it 1¡f Black or beaming sky.; Smile and never mind it- ; ., ? * ' Little time to Bigh. .. -. ? . ., '" Faßt the clonda are creeping t..... Over h ea von H of blue ; Little time for weeping (Skies'll weep for you !) ; Keep the pathway steady Heaven ia not HO high ; - *;'* When Goa cill«, say 'Ready'- ? Smilfi. and kiss arood-bye ! . . "''[:.'. ''-'C.'-; : -M. .OOBELU:.

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THE COSTS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

THE COSTS OF "WAR. There ia no way in which a nation oan more quickly dissipate funds than by engag- ing in hostilities with another ; for at every ? step enormous sums of money must bo ex- pended. Great bodies of men must be fed, clothed, paid and transported from plaoo to place. Oostly weapons must bo provided in abundance, expensive ammunition must be served out with lavish hauri. A battle, looked at solely from a commercial point of view, costs millions of monoy. Tho haver- sacks and blankets thrown away by routed soldiers must be replaced ; other rillcH munt be substituted for those damaged by uss, every gun that is captured or spiked costM hundreds of pounds; and tho public has very little idea of the quantity of arms and ammunition required for an army in the field. Daring the olvil war in tho United States, for instauco,-'the lttte unpleasantness,' ne it is- there euphemistically teimod-thor«) woro aervdd .ou G to the fodoral troops 7,802 camion, 4,022 OOO rifles, 2,3(50,000...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

The Thames Embankment was, opened, 30. years ago. Honduras was named by the Spanish tn allusion to tho depth of the water on its coast. The word means 1 deep water." Cayenne pepper is often adulterated with meal farina, cocoanut shells, Venetian red, and salt, the whole being then ground np together. Street bands are not permitted in Ger- many unless they accompany processions. In Vienna organ grinders are allowed to play only botween midday and sunset. ' Railways in Holland are so carefully managed tnat the accidental deaths on them average one a year for tho entire country. In France, where green stuff of all sorts finds a inuoh moro general use than with us, a beautiful and, it is said, very tasty salad is made of pink and white dover blossoms. The live stook in the Argentine Republic is now calculated at 25,000,000 oattle, 80,000,000 sheep, and 5,000,000 horses. Fifty years ago England imported eggs at the rate of three for every inhabitant, the ¡whole number being 1,589,387,000...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

; ¡ -<P-- . ? *~ ORIGINAL ARTICLES. , 3fO.. , 46.-Tint MULBEBBY (continued) ..; .: "¡BOUTS CULTIVATED FOE FRUIT-MOMS OF _¿r; PBOPAGATION-SOIL AND GBOWTH-THIS .RED CUEEANT-DlFFEEENOES BETWEEN RET» AND WHITE - USE IN JELLIES WINES, PASTBY - OBNAMENTAL AS A BUSH-THE BLAOK CUEBANT-DESOBIP »PION-USES-VABIETIES - THE GOOSE BEBBY-DEBIVATION OF NAME-WHEEE JWATTVH AND NATURALISED-OF DlFFEB HNT QUALITIES JN DIFFEBENT PLAGES VABIOUS COLOURS-AGXB. The mnlberry principally cultivated for fruit is the black sort (morus nigra), ^although the fruit of the white, tartarian zed, and Pennsylvanian species is of suffU . oient consequence to merit a place in a list of 4 edible fruits.' Tho blaok mulberry is a hardy tree ; and aa the berries are abundant and- of very wholesome quality, while the wood makes excellent timbor and the leaves are as well adapted as those of the white mulberry for the feeding of silk-worms, it -deserves more attention than it generally receives. The mulberry is the ...

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NOVEL. A Question of Courage By FRANCIS LYNDE. CHAPTER VI:—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

.-«-. Question of Courage ' By FRANCIS" LYNDE. . GHAPTEB, VI:-(Oontinuea.) I am sure that is very good of you, colonel, and I thank you, both for the in- vitation and for your many kindnesses to me since I cunio to Tregarchen : you certainly have not let rue feel I was a stranger among Îroù. I assure you, I would gladly accept he hospitality of Tho Laurels' if-my time were woolly my own ; as it is not, I shall have to ask you fro txouse me. I really ought to bo in Kow York now.* * v»7ell, I ara sorry for that-indeed 1 am,' replied tho colonel ; ' I «ort of got tho idea from Tom \hnt you would slay down hero and make us a right good visit.* * I have stayed now longer than I should,' rejoined Ringbrand, making a mental reser- vation as to the reasons. 4 AH you probably know, I depend upon my work for a living, and I can't afford to negleot it for very long at a time.' The colonel laughed : ' Appears to mo like your work could be done almost any- where ; we-all have got a mighty quiet ...

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