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TO GLAZE LINEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

TO GLAZE LINEN. , The gloss or enamel, as it is sometimes ! cal ltd, may be pnt on tho linen by almost 1 any person, i>nd is produced mainly by 1 friction with a warm iron. The linon to ba ; glazed receives as muoh strong starch as it is Îossible to oharge it with, then it is dried, 'o each pound of starch a piece of sperm or white wax about the size of a walnut is usually added. As soon as it is ready to be ironed, tbe linen should be laid upon the table, and moistened voiy lightly on the surface with a clean wet doth, then ironed in the usual way with a flat iron. It is then xeady for the glossing operation. For thia purpose a peculiar, heavy flat-iron, rounded at the bottom, and as bright as a mirror is need, lt is pressed firmly upon the linen, and rubbed with muoh force, and this frio* ilona! notion puts on the gloss.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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AS INTERPRETED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

AS INTERPRETED. Thoro waa once un Indian Rajah who.« dreamt that all his teoth foll out. 1 Inter prut my dream,' cried tho Rajah. ' It moans my L'jrd King,' answered the . soothsayer, 4 that you viii soo your family dio beforo your »'yes ' The King was so angry at hoariug saoh an ill-omeuud Buying that ho had tho sooth- sayer marched oil to prinon, and sont for another mombor of his profession. The 1 second soothsayer- a ,wiscr mau-board tho \ King's question and replied - ' lt means, great King, that your lifo will ho prolonged boy om I tho years of your relativos. Even thu youngest und moat ? vigorous of them will not livo as long as you.* . The King gave the wiso man a. diamond ' ? forhia lieud-drewf, a'Al felt a good deal bet- < tor after what, he. had hoard. Yet it waa but ".ho same thing oxproesed in a different - way.'i - ' ? .-' , "" . . ? : .. < 'MV>

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HEALTH AND HA[?]RD MUSCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

?u-iTHi, »rii-M,Tw,<^««rra,iTn,iagmca HEALTH1 AÑD HARD MUSCLES. IP John Simpson were not a' blacksmith we . might'not1 '.haw occasion to aljtide Co , him at t'be: very outset of this writing.?.? But he i« a black- smith and will thus serve an important purpose; that, too, without having to put on his leather apron to do it. ! And lié will do it by standing iii front of his forge for five mintiteö!whlle we all tike a look at bini. He ia a strong and' robust man, as Mr. Dicken's Joe Gárgery was-as all blacksmiths ought to be. Ought to be, I say. But are they ? -:as a matter, of fact,? No, they are not-not by many a length pf nail rod. ., , . Now it is soíuéwhat' a common notion thát all m'en who work" hard, especially amid' rough sur- roundings and in the fresh' air. are'1 apt to be vigorous, healthy fellows ; they are supposed to joke at doctors, to have no use Cor apothecaries, arid even to regard undertakers as the necessity of a distant future. Is this view a true view?...

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

k': Macquai*ie-strcet^;;Liveippöo^ '''''' ' ' ' '' .' ' ' ' <'? ' .? : . . . . ; - - !..!'» .[ .? ' ., : ALL GOODS ^ AT SYDNEY' PRICES! £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED, D'OUGAL'S Registered List, «JO nt arning ñames of 20,000 f ami lies advertised iPor, to ol ai m property and nîoney since 1700. IPrioe ¡Is<tíd, post free 2s. [Everyman and women «n o aid buy this «book., -as inetruetiiouB are given how to ^recover íproperty from Chancery.--BOUGrAL and 'Go., '62 Strand, London, Eug, Est. U844. A fortune may await you. This boole -can now be obtained from W. CL Rigby, Adelaide; O-ordom and Gr »tob, Mel., Brisbane; O. Robertson & Oo,, Mel,, «Sydney, Adelaida, Brisbane, BONANZA CroARS.-A revolution in cigars. Dixson and Sons manufacture from the ichoiceet Haoctna tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before attempted. 4 for 6d 1 3 Sample hundreds .sent carriage paid for 10s.*. MR J, H. Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice at 89 Eliza...

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

Ä,|ISS BESSIE HOPKINS Receives or JL Visits Pupils for PIANO. Moore College, liverpool. must Wë a Positive,' iïot a Negative Remedy. It must cure so as to give ? strength from the very fi^st ; it 'must riot begin * by weakening or lowering the system. It must be a true tonic. People cure liri' that way. They are not a purgative. They expel nothing but disease. They have cured: tífieUn^atisrn Sciatica' Influenza Un sa mi a. Paralysis Si. Vitus9 Dance Ileura J*¿ í a LocomoÉof /ît^ixj/ Pimples & Eczema impoverished Blood Kidney Diseases» DR! \VlLOA^S' ^rNK PIIlLS are not like ordinary medicine. They cure by acting directly on the causes of disease. Ordinary medicine acts upon the symptoms or signs of disease. If you are ill, and the doctor cannot cthre you, or if you have any ailment, small dr great, that gives you trouble, write to us. We will''tell' you in strict privacy whether Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have cured similar cases OR NOT. We are just as anxious as you thiit no o...

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MUNICIPAL. LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

MITNICIPAL. LIVERPOOL. ' : THE regular, fortnightly meeting of ; the above council was -held at the Council Chamber1 on Tuesday evening last: Present-^the Mayor (Alderman Moreshead)j.and Aldermen Chapman, Smith,: C. A.- Scrivener,.- Cole, Marsden, H. Scrivener, and Christiansen. Minutes of,previous meeting1 were read and confirmed. The Municipal Association wroto intimating that the annual session hf "that-body would'be held in September and requesting to be furnished with the,names of the delegates fruin the council' and anjr matter the council . desired! ito hare .discussed. .. Alderman Christiansen said the council was not at present associated with thé association, but he thought it desirable that they should'be,-; owing to the fact that that body was framing a code of model by- laws which would be bf service' to the'council. He moved-'* That this council join the Municipal Association." Alderman Cole seconded the motion. Alderman C. A. Scrivener said that lie thought it would b...

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HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

AMENITIES.-Soprano: 'I'll tell you dur- ing the Hermon.' The Alto: ' Don't,- you'll make too much noise.' The Soprano : 4 No ; I'll drop my voice.' .' The Alto : 4 Don't ; it's cracked already/ 'OJarise : * And so your engagement witk Maitland is really pff ?' " *. iBabel. 'YOB; I got tired of maohine , made love.' ;. . , ; Olarise :. 4 Machine-made love ! What do you mean P'"' Isabel: 'He wrote all his letters on a typewriter.*' A fashionable visitor thus addressed a little girl : * How do you do, my little dear ?' * * Very well, I thank you,' she replied. The visitor then added : 4 Now, my dear, you must ask me how 1; do-' The ohUd honestly replied : * 1 don't want to know.' * Doctor,' said a man to his medical atten- dant, who had just presented a small bill of thirty-five shillings for treatment during a recant illness, 41 have not muoh ready money. Will you take this out in trade ?'< 4 Oh, yea,' cheerfully answered the doo tor, 41 think we can arrange that; but what ...

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

POSTAL INFORMATION. MAIX8 are despatched from Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays exoepted). as follows: Sydney, Parramatta, and Glei.field, 9'30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, 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. ?Sydneys Parramatta, and Granville, at 9'30'p.m. On every Tuesday and Saturday mails are des .patcíied for'Holdsworthy arid Eckersley a 12 noon. ? On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling P.( >., with letters for the Northern and Western lineSi-atóvíO. : On Sundays maila ' are' despatched to Sydpey, Pavraraatta,;<3ranvillè;iaad TravellingP^O. at 5 p.m. MAIM aro received'at the Liverpool Post Office daily {Sundays excepted), as follows : Sydney, Cam pbolltowu, !and Travelling. P.O. at 8 a m. . - .-, Moorbanlc, 9'4S a. m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan,, Cam- den, 10 a (m. Bonnyrigg, 12'i5 p.m. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Preston's,'...

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TEA AND COFFEE STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

TEA AND COFFEE STAINS. - Tea and coffee stains should be removed as quickly as possible, and when still fresh may be quite easily removed by holding them for a few minutes in boiling milk. If, however, the stains ave old they may be re- moved by spreading the stained part over a deep vessel-a wide-mouthed jug is often beat-nearly full of boiling water, and the atain just rubbed, then coated over with powdered borax, and boiling water poured through. Tho* stained articles should be well soaked afterwards in borax water.

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WOULD YOU BELIEVE THE STATEMENT OF SOMEONE IN COOLGARDIE BEFORE YOU WOULD THAT OF SOMEONE YOU KNOW. From Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

WOULD YOU BELIEVE i THE 8TATEMENT OP SOMEONE IN, CMOLGARDIR JBEFORE VOU WUÜIJD THAT OF S MB »NE YOU .KNi».W. , , . ! From: Sydney i Morning Herald. _ ,8 II pp Ofling you hud the baokaohp, a weak or lame hack, a wornout. listless feeding that you wanted1 to : get rid of, and you read ol «orne nw in Coolgardie who had teen our«d, xv<>uld you believe it? Not these days, when so ra»»ny claims are made by unscrupulous persons ; we think not. But if someone ritrht hare in Sydney wore <cured, someone you caa soe. can inquire about, can satisfy vou what ho nays is true, "that would be différent," would it not? Well, now that i« the kind of proof wo are going to give you about a remedy for hatdc ache and all complaints of and arising from disordered kidneys. 'The gpntlwnan to whom we shall refer in this article is Mr. Martin Nicholas, whose city address is No. 16 Elizabeth Street. Settlers io -th" Hunger River district are well acquainted with him. Mr. Nicholas has b...

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MILDEW. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

MILDEW 'Mildew is a d'moult stain to remove under ány circumstances, and will yield only to a great deal of perseverance. The stains should he first moistened with warm olèar water, then rubbed with yellow soap, and finally. oovered well with finely ' powdered «halh that, must be well pressed in. Lay the article in the open air, and repeat the process five or six times by whioh time the stain will have quite disappeared.

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ENTERTAINMENT AT THE LIVERPOOL ASYLUM. PRESENTATION TO DR. BEATTIE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

ENTERTAINMENT AT THE LIVER- POOL ASYLUM. PRESENTATION TO ; DR. BEATTIE. A VERY successful entertainment was. given at the Liverpool Asylum' on Friday evening, 12th instant, by the inmates, assisted by well-known local lady and gentleman amateurs. Mr. A. Lake presided and the audience included a number of the towns- people. The first part of the programme consisted of minstrelsy by inmates,' with Mr. J ackson and Master Brooke as " Bones," Mr. Andrews and Mr. Muir " Tambos," and Mr. Hitchcock interlocutor. The songs were well selected and admirably rendered, while thè jokes, many of which had local application, caused much merriment. The second part comprised vocal and instrumental music and recitations, the principal performers being Miss Rowe, Mr. Snodgrass, Mr. C Rowe, Mr. Andrewsand Mr. Kavanagh, who acquitted themselves very creditábly indeed: The concluding item was a farce, entitled " The Mad Doctor," in which the characters were well sustained by inmates. Mr. Wilson acted as ...

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BLEACHING LIQUID. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

BLEACHING LIQUID. ! Measure four ounoes of ohloride of lime to á quart of eoft water. Keep this closely ] corked in a bottle; dilute what is required i for use with an equal quantity of water, ' and it will remore stains from anything that resists milder treatment. Another good ' bleaching liquid is made with a tablespoon- : ul of borax and a gallon of water. Boil the water and pour one pint over the borax, < adding the rest of the wator when the borax < has dissolved. Then steep the things whioh are to be bleaohed iu this solution, and hang ' them out in the sunshine to dry, then steep a second time, and dry again in the sun- shine.

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BEER, WINE, AND FRUIT STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

BEER, WINE, AND JBRtJIT STAINS. Beor, wine, and fruit-stains are liable to bsoome fixed as fast as dye unlees removed before waebing . with soapy water. Salt should ' be freely sprinkled - upon - the stains whüe'th ey ara still fresh and wet, and boil- ing water or boiling milk poured through. If, however, the stain is dry, spread the stained part over a basin or jug half full of boiling water, rub woll with table salt, and pour boiling water or boiling milk through. If this plan fails oxalio acid may be rubbed 1 on, but this requires the greatest care.

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A CONSTANT SUFFERER. MRS. THOMAS BISHOP TELLS OF HER ILLNESS.—SERI [?]US CONSEQUENCES WERE[?] FEARED. MANY DOCTORS FAIL. BUT BILE BEANS EFFECT A[?] SPEEDY AND THOROUGH CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

A CONSTANT .S OFFERER. MRS. : THOMAS- . BISHOP TELLS OP HER ! ILLNESS.-SERI 'US CONSEQUENCES - ' ' WERTS' FEARED. . " MANY DOCTORS t FAIL. BUT BILE BEANS EFFECT A., SPEKOY. AND THOROUGH .'. G (JUE.-. " If any one ,tîioughf. lias been in my mind more than any other for .thc past few months, it has been ono of gratitude to the makers of Bile, Beans, and I am only too delighted ot have an opportunity, pf publicly^ stating this." ;'' Thus replied Mrs. Thomas 'Bishop, of James- O&J street, Hamiltbn, when a reporter vvaited. upon .. her the other day. V Though not at death's door exactly, I have been so bad that nothing I could do or get seemed to give me relief. It was hiisery -to me' to ivalk about. Night after night I passed almost without any sleep, to rise in the morning 'utterly unrefreshed. Terrible pains assailed me in the back and between the shoulders, causing me intense suffering. I think it was my liver that caused this. As time went on the weary and languid Fooling gr...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE Liverpool Social Club held their regular fortnightly re-union at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last. There was a fair attendance, including visitors from the surrounding districts. Dancing, to excellent music, was indulged in till midnight and a thoroughly enjoyable time was spent. Mr. T. Kelly was all that could be desired as M.C. and in that capacity added much to the suc- cess of the gathering. For Asthmatioal Coughs and Colds takfl Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6 You can, aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local paper your general printing ; if you do not feel able to run an advertise- ment, surely you can afford to give the news- paper ' your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to execute. The newspaper man needs it, and it 'helps to pay for the thousand and one free notices he gives you and your town, but j don't give it to the travelling canvasser, who | can give you no such return, and is spending neithe...

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

OOD > i ' Your heart beats over one hundred thon sand times each day. One hundred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain. , .Which'is'it-?U'?/ f If bad, impure blood, thenyour brain aches. Yon are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep; yon are as tired in the morning as at sight; you have no nerve power; your food does not seem to do you much good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, can« sot cure you: but AYE R'S will. It makes the liver, kidneys, skin and bowels perform their proper work. It re- moves all impurities from the blood. And it makes the blood rick in its life-giving prop- erties. For biliousness take ATER'B Piitfl. They promptly relieve and surely cure. Take them with Ay er's Sarsaparilla: one aids the other. FOURTH ANNUAL CHARITY BALL (Plain and Fancy Dress), In aid of the LIVERPOOL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, To he held in the TOWN HALL, LIVERPOOL, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH, 1898. Tickets-Ladies 4s, Gentlemen 5s. To be followed by the SECOND ANN...

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CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. THE regular meeting of the above was held at the Association Hall, Canley Vale, on Thurday eveu ing, 11th instant. Present-the Mayor (Alder- man Stimson) and Aldermen Asimusnnd Simpson. A letter was received from the Public Works De-, partaient intimating that £32 10s 5d had been authorised as part subsidy for the main Southern road, and £14 10s for Mulgoa-road. Mrs. Emmanuel wrote requesting that Avoca-road be cleared fro in Mr. Kolln's to King's bridge. The letter was received arid the clerk .instructed to invite tenders for work.' The clerk; vvrote applying, for five or six weeks leave of absence from duty. The letter was received and the request granted. Tho Liverpool Council wrote intimating that a man had been sent to repair the Cowpiisture-road as requested. Repoits from the Finance Com- mittee arid the dayman were adopted. Alderman Asimus drew attention to the fact that the resid- ents pf the district were considering the advis- ability of holding...

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CANLEY VALE. FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

CANLEY VALE. FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. A MEETING of the executive commit tee of the above was held on Friday evening, 12th inst: Mr. J. Zani, president, occupied the chair and Messrs. Stevens, Telfer, Browne, Gordon and Serovich were, also present. The .business was to consider the fruit-casè "question: and devise^ some means, if possible, to bring the matter to a satisfactory issue. The question was discussed at considerable length, and it was generally conceded that the only way but Of the difficulty was to obtain cheap case's and sell them with the'fruit; Mr; G. Gordon moved and Mr. B. Stevens seconded-"That the secretary communicate with the secre- taries of the Liverpool Vinegrowers' and Fruitgrowers' Association and the Smithfield arid Fairfield Fruitgrowers' Association in- viting the members of those bodies to attend a meeting of the Canley Vale Fruitgrowers' Association at Canley Vale on September 3rd, at8 p.m'.,'to consider the advisability of forming a co-ôpérative compa...

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THE SHOOTING OF CONSTABLE M[?]LEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

THE SHOOTING OF CONSTABLE MoLEAÑ. AT the Liverpool Policé Court on Saturday after- noon'last,..before' Mr. F. Chapman,. J.P., Henry Burnett Hunter^ who was' remanded from Rich- mond, was charged wittr shooting Constable M'Lean, at Cabramatta, on the 6th inst;* with intend to murder; him. From the evidence of Senior-constable Illingworth, it appears that, he; in ; company with Constable Wilson,. arrested accused, who gave his name as Yac'ob'Shultzj near ' Richmond, on the Peririth-roád, early on the previous morning. He found tattoo marks on accused's breast, aud told'him he answered the description of one Hunter, who was concerned in the shooting of Constable M'Lean, and took him to the Richmond police station, where he (Illing- worth) charged him with that he did, in company with one George Peisley, shoot Constable M'Lëan, near Liverpool, on'tlie 6th instant. ' After search1 ing accused, and cautioning him, accused admitted that he was the man Punter the police wanted, but stated t...

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