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SHORT STORY. A Wife-Hunting Adventurer. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

-' .. -- -* A. Wife-Hunting Adventurer, He waa a good-looking, smart young man of about twenty-five, who was evidently labouring under strong but suppressed emotion. '* It was this way,' he said quickly, like a man who brings out a statement strongly against tho urain. 'Miss Harvard and I have known each other from childhood. We have always boen engaged in a sort of way, and a year ago sho formally consented to become my bride. Hor mother also con- sented, and it was arranged that we should he. mumed when Marion-Miss Harvard waB nineteen, which she will be in another two months.' Ho paused, but 1 said nothing. Experience has taught me that when a client ia proceed- ing very much to the point, the best course is to give him his head. About three months ago,' he continued, 4 Mrs Harvard began to talk a good deal about tho unwisdom of boy and girl marriages, and then in a very short time she told me oue day that she had decided to withdraw her consent to the eagagement. She talked a lo...

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Just an Affair of Temper. I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

Just an Affair of Temper Michael Byan, the carman, looked clum- sier than over. Love had that effect on him. When attendod by extreme anxiety its effect was tenfold worse. * If it rester? with myself, Bet3y,' ho mur- mured, with dolefulness that was pimply appalling1. Betsy Harris reflected that Mc Wioheroll, tho retired greengrocer (and owner of eievon houses), called her Maud, which was her other and more valued Christian name. For the past fortnight he had haunted tho vicinity of Sir Petor Oornforfch's mansiou, in which Betsy Maud waa by far the prettiest housemaid. They had joked her about him in the servants' hall, and she had been pas- sionate in contempt of him. ' Anybody can see as your affection isn't nothing moro nor a holler sham,' said Betsy Maud. Miohael the oarman stood up as if sho had run a needle into his lame leg. * My dear,* he stammered, * you're not meaning that ?' * But I am meaning it, and more also, and I'll trouble you, Mr Ryan, to giver over calling me your...

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ENGLISH LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

ENGLISH LETTER. May and msrriagos aro synonymous terms, aud this year there promises to he a more than usually larger number of fashionable unions. Although tho Court train dépendent from the shoulders is ever bound to remain first favourite, thera is yet being shown a decided predilection for princess wedding gowns. This, I take it, is quito an in- novation, and it is one that pleases me vastly by reason of its elegant simplicity. Many of the skirts, I observed, have the fronte rounded away in the now approved tablier fashion, to show an underskirt of embroidery ; or, if the rest of the gown be plain satin, thia portion looks well in brocado. For the disposal of lace flounces there has never been a moro satisfactory basis than these rounded fronts. And it is also an inspiration of tho happiest order to supply wedding bodices with transparent sleeves and chemisettes, or guimpes, as the French call these latter. For thus is tho wedding-gown speedily transformed into one fitted for ev...

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

Macquarie-street, Liverpool. ALL GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES! £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOTJGrAL'S Registered List, <son tainin g DH mes of 20,000 families advertised .for, to claim property and tnouey since 1700. Price ls «Jd., post free 2s. Every mao and women should buy this birnie, as instruetioos are given how to recover property from Ohaneery.-DOUGAL «nd Co., 62 Strand, London, Eng. Est. 1844. A fortune may await you. This book can now be obtained from W. O. Rigby, Adelaide; Gordon and G'tcb, Mel., Brisbane ; G. Robertson & Co., Mel., Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane« BONANZA CIGARS.--A revolution in cigars. Dixson and Sons manufacture from the choicest Havana tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before attempted. 4 for 6d j 1 Sample hundreds sent carriage paid for 10s.* Mu J". H. Marsden, solicitor, lias com- menced practice ab 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may be consulted every evening between the hours of 6*3...

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

A BOON TO LADIES. -*-1 Madame Bilton's Famous Female Remedy for all ir- regularities and obstructions, from whatever cause arising (and no matter of how long standing), acts almost imme- diately, does not interfere with household duties, arid will riot injure the most delicate. Over twenty thousand cases success- fully treated. Particulars and proofs sent free on receipt of stamped addressed envelope. All letters are held as strictly private and confidential.-Mrs. . Bilton, 13 Bond-st., Sydney.. EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY. FROM THE FACTORY DIRECT TO THE CUSTOMER. OUR Company is selling direct to the customer, thus procuring foi- the latter a double economy, namely, the profit of the wholesale dëaler, and the more considerable one.of the retail dealer, amounting to from 5s. to £10 upon a single watch. Retail watch dealers and jewellers,, usually selling hut a few watches daily, are forced to make an extraordinary profit upon each one sold in order to defray their expenses. We manufact...

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CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

CANLEY VALE. Fowii-Btèalmg hna been extensively carried on at Canley Park and St. John's Park of late. On Saturday night last, the premises of Mr. Geo. Gordon were visited, but the would-be thieves were disturbed and atonde made tracks. ON Saturday Inst Alderman and Mrs. Westacott were agreeably "surprised" by about thirty employees of Mr. G. W. Lawkins, Pitt-street, Sydney. The party, which was under the leadership bf Mr. T. Clarke, arrived by tho afternoon train and proceeded to Alderman Westacott'eresidenoe, where the members were warmly welcomed. Arrangements were at once made for the holding- of n pic-nic in a picturesque gully adjacéut, whare a very enjoyable time was «pent. After partaking of refreshments, and being photographed, the company ad- journed tu the Association. Hall and in- dulged in the light fantastic till 8 o'clook, when they returned Do Alderman VVestacott's rosidonce, where refreshments were served prior to their departure by the 9-10 train. Tho gathering was...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1898. A TELEGRAM to the daily press states that Sir Joseph Abbott is returning to Sidney " completely restored to health"; also, that "he never felt better"; likewise, that "he will accept the Speakership if offered to him"; moreover, that " Mr. Reid should have an opportunity to deal with Federation." Now this is Sir Joseph Abbott as he always was and ever will be. He was so valueless as a party man that his own party gave him the Speakership in 1891 to shelve him respect- ably. As Speaker for seven years his only distinction is that he cut off the sessional dinner, to which every previous Speaker in- vited members at the opening or re-assembling of Parliament. Otherwise, he has been ¡ neither a great success, nor an abject failure j in the chair. He is a gentleman of modest ' ability, who was mistaken for an intellectual giant. He announced his candidature for the Federal Convention by a short advertise- ment in the metropolit...

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LADIES' COLUMN. ANOTHER DANGEROUS ARTICLE OF DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

' i&sw onana.. ANOTHER DANGEROUS ARTICLE OF DRESS. T warned my readers in a previous ohat of the danger there was in the imitation tortoiseshell comb, whioh is so highly inflammable that, it oatobes fire from tho near approaoh to any lighted candle or gas j-t, and burns with a furious and vivid llamo, impossible to extinguish. It is now stared that the article ot' clothing kuo#n as flannelette, so much used in consequence of I its cheapness, is absolutely dangerous to wear. The fluffy oharaoter of the mirfaoe causes it to take fire with the rapidity of cotton wool, the flames immediately running nil over tho surface. A ohild dad in a flannelette dresH Htanding before a fire mus': inevitably bo burnt if by mishap a small piooe of coal or a oindor fall ugaiust it. A lighted match or piece of burning wood would havo tho same effeot, and parents should bo widely warned of tho dangor whioh exists in using flannolotto as an out sido gai mont. It is useful and cheap for uudor-cloth...

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ST. ANNE'S ORPHANAGE, LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

ST. ANNE'S ORPHANAGE, LIVERPOOL. TOE following ia a list of the donations re- ceived in aid of the above institution on the occasion of the blessing of the additions by Cardinal Moran on Sunday, 31st ultimo : £ s c His Eminence the Cardinal - 60 0 0 Very Rev Dean O'Haran - 2 2 0 Rev Father Walsh - 2 2 0 Rev Father Kickham - 110 Kev Father O'Reilly (Parramatta) .110 The Girls St Mary's Cathedral School 150 0 0 The Sisters oE Charity St Vincent's ' Convent ' - 50 0 Mr J J Lee (»Sydney) - -5 0 O' G Robertson & Co - 110 Mrs O'Neill (¡Sydnoy) - 110 Messrs Pearce Bros - 1 1 0 . Mr H Murphy - 11,0 Mr V Parkes. M.L.A.. . -, 110 Mr H G Quinlan (Sydney) - 110 Mr E J Ashcroft - 110 Mrs Ashcroft . - 110 Mrs Brooke ' - 110 Mr J Marsden - 110 Mr Christiansen - 110. Mr G Urvant (Sydnov) - 110 Mr J V Cahalan ' -10 0 Miss McGuis;an (Sydney) , - 10 0 Mr Meade - 10 0 Mr Stumpf . -, 10 0 Mr Connelly - 10 0 MT T Murray jua - 10 6 Mr T Murray sea - 10 (I Mr E Downey - 10 6 Mr T Downey - 10 6 Mr A...

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THE SHOOTING OF CONSTABLE McLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 13 August 1898

THE SHOOTING OF CONSTABLE McLEAN. QUITE a sensation was caused in town about mid- day on Saturday last when it became kuown that Constable McLean had been shot in the arm by a man who he had in custody and was bringing to the lock-up, in company with another prisoner, from Cabramatta. It appears that from informa- tion received Constable McLean proceeded to Cabramatta on the previous afternoon and after lying in wait till about mid-day on Saturday he arrested two men, named respectively Peisley and Hunter, on suspicion of being concerned in the theft Of shine-poultry, which were hidden away in bags in the vicinity and «vhich t hey were pro- ceeding to secure. The men wore in charge nf a horse and dray at tho time. The men oltered no resistance and were -consequently' not- hand- cuffed. They came along quietly willi the cons- table until opposite Kelly's property on the main road, when Peisley refused to come by the route suggested by McLean and the latter seized'' him. and threw him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

~* The. Pisâlnrof Life. <\ "Tellsme nob'in, mournful-numbers Advertising does not pav ; ; For tho man's non compon mentis AV ho would suoh absurd tilings say. Life is real ! Life is earnest 1 And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In the world's brond field of battle, lu the conflict of real life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives ofrioh men all'ïemind us YVo oari make our bwn sublime, And by liberal advertising " To the highest-summit climb. : THE ;.v, . Liverpool herald With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and «' Liverpool {Meroury), * Published, Every Saturday Morning, Ts one of the BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM-* out of Sydney,as t has a I*arge and Steadily Increasing C ir cù^atîon!; throughout ~the wb$le 6f;;Ahö:I)istri9t, including Canley Vale. St. John'sPark, Cabramatta» Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, ' Moorbank, '% Bonnyrigg^ and the town of Liverpool. -O-:-;-. It co...

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LADIES' COLUMN. TO HAVE A WHITE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

- TO HAVE A "Vt HIT.T3 SKIN. Beoome almost a vegetarian, taking a meal of frosh meat only once in about six weeks, this will do. away with the tendenoy to sourv/. Drink plenty bf water, but no toa or ooffee, and eat vory little grease. Have oatmeal and oranges for breakfast ; fruit, nuts, cauliflower croquets, marmalade, and dishes of stewed vegetables for dinner. Bathe tho face daily with buttermilk. A preparation of simple tincture of benzoin and rose water is an excellent thing for whitening the skin.

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THE QUEEN'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

THE QUEEN'S WILL. .The Queen made her will in 1876. It is a very elaborate document, engrossed on vel- lum quarto size, bound as a volume, and secured by a private Chubb look, of whioh Her Majosty has one key and the executor the other. When PrmoesB Alice died in 1878 it beoatno necessary to make modifications of this will by removing her name and putting in those of her ohildren. These were made in a codicil. In 1884 the death of the Duke of Albany necessitated the addition of an- other codicil. At tho Bauie timo there was some doubt on the subject of the private will of the sovereign, whether being above the law, Bho oould bo said to possoss private property before tho law. George I. made a will and entrusted it to the Archbishop of Canterbury, but when George II. oame to the throne ho nuked for his father's will, put it in his pocket, and it waa never seen again. With the view, therefore, of settling the question, Parliament passed an Aat em- powering the Queen to make a will dis...

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PERSONALITIES. MORE THAN THEY BARGAINED FOR [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

ISiûfâMlIK.. ?» MORE THAN THEY BARGAINED FOR Mr Du Maurier's big St Bernard, Chang, wbioh figured in so many of the artist's olever 'Punch' drawings, it is not generally known, once rescued Mr Du Maurier from the clutches of two powerful ruffians, who one night waylaid the artist on the Heath, on one of the rare ocoasions on which ho walked home, and fiercely demanded his money. In relating tho incident, the late artist said, ' They got more than they bar- gained for-or, rather, I should say, loft more than they expected. Poor Chang ! Perhaps but for him my ponoil would have been stilled for ever that night !' "When the dog diedj, Mr Du Maurier had its yollow skin preserved, and it formed one of the prinoipal features of the late author artist's working-room. |

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FEEDING OXEN FOR HEAVY WORK [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

FEEDING OXEN FOR HEAVY WORK Under tho ordinary oonditions of the cattle foods, it is hardly possible to make ' oxen do well for a month's trip with no hay. The amount ordinarily fed however can be largely reduced, but scarcely brought under 10 lbs per day per animal. There are two foods that would be especially good for such a journey, could they be obtained. Tho firat is dried brewers' grains and the other is shredded corn fodder. The latter can hardly be improved on, because from the cornstalks being so thoroughly toru to pieces, they can be paoked into a hardor balo than can be made of either timothy or clover. If neither of these uncommon fodders can be got, the daily ration would consists of 10 lbs timothy hay, ll'ibs of wheat bran and 14lbs of ground oats.

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GOOSEBERRY FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

GOOSEBERRY; FOOL. 1 Gooseberry fool is a wholesome and de- licious sweet. Put a quart of gooseberries into a stewpan with a pint of watar, and when tbey begin to turn yellow and swell, drain tho water fro ru them and press them with the back of a spoon through a oolnnder, sweeten thom to your taste, and set thom to cool. Put a quart of milk over the fire beaten up with the yolks of two eggs and a little grated nutmeg ; stir until it begins to simmer, then remove from the fire, and stir it very gradually into the cold gooseberries, let it stand until nold, and serve it. The eggs may be left ont und milk only may be used if preferred.

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CHAPTER VIII. A[?] SUBTERRANEAN METAMORPHOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

CHAPTER VIII. A BUBTHRBÀNKAN ÏCBTA3C0BFH0SIS. When ßingbrand opened his eyes he found himself lying on his baok in what appeared to bo tho bottom of a well ; at least, that was his second- impression. With the first gleams of roturuing oonsoiousno»s there was no reoolleotiou of the events immediately preoeding his fall, and for a moment ho had a vaguo idea that, he had stumbled and hurt himself in the rood, and that the olouds had covered all but the small patoh of sky directly overhead where tho stars were still visible. Then memory - came baok, and hu reoalled tho details of the capture up to the. sudden blank following the plunge into the hole between the boulders. A sharp twinge of pain bridged the interval and reminded him that there were two present and pressing sources of disoomfort in the" gnarled log across which ho was 'lying and in the vice like pressure of the rope which still bound his arms to his sides. To wriggle out of the uncomfortable position was oasy, but loosen-...

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SAVOURY MEAT CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

SAVOURY MEAT CAKE. Savoury ment oake ia one of the inexpen- sive diphes some recommend, and I oan personally vouoh for its excellence. Take all the soraps of oold beef loft from a pre* . yloufl day's roast joint and minoe them finely with a large onion , that has been boiled until tinder. Take the same quantity of finely - grated breadorumbs that there is of meat, moisten with as muoh boiling stook as will absorb, mix all briskly together with a handful of meat and i pepper, and salt to taste. Spread tho mixture in a shallow dish WoU-fcreasedi lay little bits of dripping here and thorn on th» top, and baho in a good oven'. Servo with a thiok brown gravy. Any kind of moat or fish, or a small portion of bullock's liver ' boiled and ohopjied small with tho on iou á may bo unod in this way, and will afford an inexpensive and nourish- i Jog dish. ' I

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SHORT STORY. THE DUFFER. I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

.SlßET SSOÄY. -* THE DUFFER. I. -CM/' What a nuisance it is/ said Essie, vp'croBsly, 4 Captain Arden not being able to borne. It just spoils our party of twelve. - Are you sure, Harry, that it is impossible ?' ' Quite,' said her brother, tranquilly. Nell Baring was going to this river picnic anyhow-he did not much mind who else Jailed. 1 Arden told me he had to go up North for some relation's funeral, and could not possibly be back in timo.* Essie sighed. She did not like her arrangements upset, and Bhe had thought ehe had got together such a charming ±>arty. At leaßt, Captain Arden's relation might have shown a little consideration, and put off his death until after the pionio. She was lying in her swing hammock, which was fastened to two of tho trees in the splendid avenue whirah led up to the house, and her brother was sitting smoking beside her. A growth of furze and bracken hid them from the view of people walking up the drive, but their voices could bo distinctly heard. 4 W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

Use it For Cleansing the Blood it has n<y Equal. Wo give below tlie portrait and testimonial of Mr. Granger Ward of Bviabaue, Queensland "Some years ago while in'Am'erica'I-had' iever and Ague. It left me in a very weak state antiquité done UR. I took some of Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla and it soon put me to rights and my strength returned. I can safely recommend to others. Willie In tho bush of this country I hud an attack of scurvy but I soon got free of .tills complaint by. using the same remedy. For cleaning the blood and for eruptions of the skin I do not think it can bo'beat. All the biislinion uso it." Por Constipation talco Dr. Ayor's Pills. They promptly refluvo anil Btïrély' euro. Tnko thora .with Dr. Ayor's Sarsaparilla: ono aids tho other. tí I S T M E N" T. H mes nnd Cattle taken for agistmont on Cowden Know ea Est.Hte. Plenty of water and good feed. Several cultivation pad- docks, sorurely fenced. Flats laid with clover and other grasses. Property con- tains 750...

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