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DISCOLOURED NECK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

DISCOLOURED NECK. The skin of the ne ok is often brown and discoloured owing to tho dark linings of collars constantly rubbing it. Lino your collars with white and chango tho lining as aeon as it becomes soiled. Rub tho skin several times a day with equal parts of lemon juioe and limo water. A little borax in the water used for washing will also help to whiten the skin.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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The Liverpool [?]erald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2*0, 1898. IT has been, the fashion of the press and the public for several weeks to joyfully declare that Federation is safe, for every member is a Federalist. Now, there is really no justi- fication for the hilarious outbursts of con- fidence. As a matter of fact, an, overwhelm . ing majority of .members not only loathe the idea but have a terrible fear of the prospects of Federation, and nothing would console them more than the collapse, of the move- ment. The late Assembly was almost unanimously hostile to Federation in any shape or form and a . majority of the new members preach Federation and pray that there will always be a necessity to preach for it while they are safe in their constituencies, There is comfort,' coin and consequence in an assured seat in the Assembly and > this country is large enough for the political am- bitions and possibilities pf a majority" pf niembers. Again, members are confronted with the fact, t...

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FOR A FINE COLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

FOR A FINE COLOUR. Tba thiok juioe of tho beetroot with a few drops of lemon juioe is a nice application for the cheeks. It softens and preserves the colour. This must be allowed to dry on the face, and thon bo washed off. The juioe of prosorved strawberries in winter and of tho ripe berries in summer ÍB also good for this purpoße.

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

Thc Case ot , r. Arthur Thompson, Late President of the 9 v.. (BY SJPÏIOIAT; JHÍQÜIRY, ) J Mr. Thompson now resides in Scott-st., Liverpool. A Jîcraïd reporter met' lum thia other day and at once entered into, conversation. ' - " I am informed that some time ago you Vere very ill " said our reporter. " Yes," replied he, " my system was all across., I Couldn't Eat my Meals. I had fancies for various sorl s of foods, but when they were placed before me I coiildu't eat them.. Thc sa iva in my mouth had a most disagreeable and bitter taste. My Food Lay H caví Dy on my chest, and instead of digesting, fer- mented, turned sour, and caused frequent belchiugs." " Was there any pain ? " " Most decided pain. Tho pain in, my chest, arising from hidigesti >n, w.i3 at times most excruciating. In addition to this1 I was troubled with griping t\t the pit of tho stomach. Sometimes on getting up in the morning I waa Totally Unss&le to Wark, and at last I had to give it best. My sleep, at ...

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HOUSEKEEPER. VINEGAR WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

i.*-'-!' ' - :\rv,y-- -* ' . VINEGAR WATER. ^Vinegar water ÍH useful both for reviving '\./öölöür and ulho for preventing oolour from running. A tablespoonful of ordinary C vinegar should be added to a quart of cold mter, the article thoroughly rinsed in the mixture, wrung out well, and dried quiokly, bu* nut in the sunshine.

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ENGLISH LETTER. OUR GLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

ENGLISH LETTER. i Ova GLOVES. White glovas stitched with black are no longor considered oorront. If white, tho 'points' aro sovoh whito, as tho glove ÍB( but poarl-grey kidß aro moro fashionable by far, and certainly aro moro becoming to tho hands. Gloves matohiug tho costumo in colour, though not noooBsarily in shade aro always correct ; I am now ßnp poBiiijf u oofltumo in any vivid tono, greon, red, or yellow, for instanoo, although palo prim roso glovoo, if judiciously soleo ted, aro «ot objectionable in nomo OQHOB. HOW flour lot glovos could ever havo boon toloratod ia ono of tho things no woman of tanto in our day over oan understand. Yot it is hardly moro than thirty yours ugo Hinco womon of fashion led tho way to this appalling sar torial crime, and lesser lights followed suit with unquestioning obedience. j Whero it is possible, I advise entire ooloura harmony bat ween dro«b and gloves, and ifc i of the utmost importance that they (th.0 gloves) shall fit accurately ; this is...

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IRONMOULDS AND INKSTAINS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

ÍRONMOTJLDS AND INKSTAINS, ' Ironnuoulds and inkstains are .often re iaoved by Balts of lemon, Out this process always destroys the material. A much bet¿ ter plan is to stretch the stain over a basin or jag nearly full of boiling water, and tb en gently rub over with a mixture made by dissolving a teaspoonful of common table salt in a dessertspoonful of lemon juice, fresh inkstains can be removed by being soaked and rubbed in milk.

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TO REMOVE SCORCH MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

TO REMOVE SOOROH MARKS. . To the juice of two finely chopped onion? >' add about half a pint of vinegar, half an ounce of common yellow soap, and two punoca of fuller's earth, und boil until they are thoroughly mixed. Spread the paste thickly over the mars, and let it dry on, then wash off in warm soft water, and the stain .will have disappeared.

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HOW THE PRINCE OF WALES FELL IN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

HOW THE PRINCE OP WALES FELL IN LOVE. Two stories are related, ou good authority, of the manner in whioh the Heir Apparent to the throne of England first heard ot the charms of tho Prince of Denmark's daughter; and both of thom form pretty incidents in tho prologue of what is regarded as the most charming royal romance in modern times. His Royal Highness Albert Edward chanced to be whirling away part of a long summer afternoon with two or three congenial spirits, young mon of rank and position near enough to his own to make ovon discussions on domestic questions poaeible. and the matri- monial outlook fae ono of the party was broughtAup. Culonel-- drew from his pooket the photograph, as he supposed, of his fiancee, to show it proudly to his companions. But instead of Lady-'ti Jikeness there ap- peared a rather badly taken carto-de-visite of the most charming girl the Prince's eyes had ever rested on-a girl wearing & Biinple little white gown and loose white jacket, with a bl...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES[?] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

^ TABV ARB :'¡ " ORIGINAL ARTICLES, j Hb.'.;47.--TUB Q-OOSEB BERY (continued) ,-;.,.PEOPEETIH3 oir THIS YELLOW GOOSE BEEBY-OOMPAEED WITH THE GEBEN ~ JB/TSD GOOSEBERRIES - REFLECTIONS . ¿.rt-, UuiiTUEE Ol' (JUBEANTS AND GOOSE . :' BEEEIES- SHOOTS - SEED- SüIL-AT -:; -TACKING INSECTS-THE OUBBANT MOTH .... :-THE GOOSEBEBEY MOTH-THE .SAW * FLY-HABITS AND DESTRUCTIVENESS , ; FEEVENTIVKS. ? The yellow gooseberries have in general a more rich, and vinous flavour than the white ; they are on that account the best for dessert and also for being fermented into wine. "When tho soil is choice and well pioked, so that none of the fruit ia damaged or over or tinder ripe and when the wino is properly made, it often puzzles an unpractised taste to distinguish the wine of the best yellow, gooseberries from champagne. It has the flavour and colour and it mantles like the best of the foreign wine. Generally speak- ing tho green gooseberries are inferior to the yellow, and even to the white; many of ¿h...

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BRISTOL'S GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

BRISTOL'S GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS. Thia elaborate amusement institution, which has been touring America and the East, ar- rived in A ustralia- recently, and has been aoeorded a most flattering reception wherever it has appeared throughout the colonies. . It has gained the reputation of being the finest equipped and beet tented exhibition seen in this country for years. Some idea of the magnitude of the enterprise carried on by Prof. Bristol may be obtained from the fuots that it travel« through the country in its own speoial railway train and employs up- wards of balf-a-hundred persons, including among its many 'special features a superior band and concert orchestra of pi cdc ed musi- cians; under the leadership"of Prof.''Herr T. Sewell, chnmpion clarionet soloist of the world, who for many years was band- master of Stdls Bros.' famous Amerioon shows. Besides the troupe of wonderful performing horses, [lonies and mules, under the direction of their owner and educator, Prof. D. MY Bris...

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A VANAMN'S BOAST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

A VÀNMAN'S BOAST, . j Many people who have nothing to boast about, boast more than, those wlio have, but there aro exceptions to this rule. One excep-, tion that wc know of is Mr. John Hinnigan, of 13 hay Street, Ultimo, Weat Sydney. 'No one is better known in traffic circles than Mr. Hinnigan, who is a licensed van m an by occupa- tion. Mr. Hinnigan has something to boast about. He told a reporter from the Sydney Worker what it was. Said Mr. Hinnigan : - <l My illness started as a good many other ill- nesses do-with just a cold. At first I didn't take much notice of it, for I've often had colds before and got rid bf them in a "week or so. Tiiis time, however, I didn't recover in the ordinary way, bub began to get thin and weak. " This made me feel a bit nervous, especially as I couldn't tell exactly what was the trouble with me, so I went to a chemist and got somo I medicine. But as, in spite of the physic, I j continued to get thinner and weaker, I went np I to the Sydn...

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WAR MEDALS WON BY WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

WAR MEDALS WON" BY WOMEN. A woman ia flo prominently before'the mblio, in tbe person of Christina, Queen Regent of Spain, ip oonnootion with the American-Spanish War, that it is interesting vt this time to hoar' of war-medals won by women sometimes evon on the battlefield, ind orders of merit and distinotion gained in a moro peaooful mariner. Through their bender love 'and sympathy women havo ilways taken a large and Bilent share when the war-dogs' have'-benn Jet loodo, and hr, their homes ' or in hospital work havo borne the brunt of tho battle well and nobly: There are somo romantic inoidents oonneoted with orders for women. In France both sexes may now aspiro to the Cross of tho Legion of Honour. Napoleon provided upon ita foundation in 1802 that women should be exoluded, but was induced to abrogate this rulo by tho remarkable exploits of a young girl who joncoalod ber sex and, enlisting in plaoe of her sickly brother, distinguished herself on tho field of battle. ' Her.n'arae wa...

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SKETCHER. REVELATIONS OF HORSE TRADE SWINDLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

REVELATIONS OF HORSE TRADE SWINDLERS. That'there are 4 tricks in all trades* there is rio question; but it is a question whethor there is any trade in which there are so many tricks practised aa in horse-dealing. A certain class'of men, known among veterinary surgeons as 4 gyppers,' carry on a trade which brings into use 4 trioks' whioh are ugainst every law forbidding oruelty. to inimals. These 4 gyppers* sot up establishments in the various fashionable localities, where they dispose of 4 family' driving horses,* 4 a poung lady's pet mare,' 4 ohüdren's ponies,' ind so on through the oatalogue, at very small sums, providing also that 4 tho horse san be given a good home.' A family is leaving for abroad ; a young man whose father fias recently failed (names never being disclosed by request) wants to Sispose of a fine animal, but the good home Is the ohief object. The veterinary surgeon {an accomplice) is( sailed in. Ho testifies to the soundness of tho animal, and grants a certificat...

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

Impurities of the Blood« Until these pun Tying Pill» have had a fair trial, let noone fcc longer oppressed with the notion that his malady is in- curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse . thc. torpid liver, reliare the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure ?blood, und confor on'avery 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 Headed*. No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder as the tiver. Remembsr that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on the stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove .all cn uses of indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick headache, And effect a pariuaueut cure. Weikness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excès « of any kind, whether mental or physical, the effects of thesa ...

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NOVEL. Question Of Courage CHAPTER VII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

NOVEL. -A Question of Goîiragë By FRANOIS LYNDE, CHAPTER VII.-(CONTTNÛED.) .If tbë shrewd agent congratulated himself a little on the success of his mission, it was certainly pardonable, for there had been . difficulties. Jule Bynuin was obstinately opposed to the sale from the first, because it involved the uprooting of the family from the soil of Tennessee and a migration to the unfamiliar regions of the Texan fr on ti or ; and her reluctance was snared in à less degree by her brother Jed. On the other aide, however, Jeff, in whom the seed of v restlessnues had been implanted on his former Í'onraoy, was anxious to be gone again ; and lie stories of the unroßtainod life on the border had gained him a partisan in the person of his oilier brother. With this equal division in nntnbors, the plans hinging upon the sale of the farm hung in the balance until Ju'e's opposition was finally overeóme by the arrival of a letter from her uncle Jed, who described, in euch glowing terms as his li...

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POETRY. THE OLD MAID. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 20 August 1898

,¿¡t THE OLD MAID. " ' She walks in a lonely garden . On the path her feet have made, ' , "With high-heeled shoes, gold-buokled, u . And gowns of a flowered brocade. And hair that falls on her shoulders, Half-held with a ribbon tie, . Qnoe glowed like tho wheat in autumn, * .Now grey as a winter elsy. Time marks with no gentle fingers Her forehead, pensive and low ; . And her mind, like a golden timepiece, Stopped forty years ago. At the foot of tho lonely garden, . When Bhe oomes to tho trysthag-plaoe .. She knew of old, there she lingers, With a blush on lier withered face. The ohildren out on tho common They climb to tho garden wall, ..And laugh, * Ho will come to-morrow !' . Who never will como at all. And often over our sowing, ' As I and my neighbour sit, ' To gossip over <he story That has never au und to it, . ., . .";.'.,'' . * He is dead,' I would say, ' that lover;, Who left her so long ago.' . But my neighbour would rest her needle To answer, 4 He's false, I k...

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THE SHOOTING OF CONSTABLE McLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

THE SHOOTING OF CONSTABLE MoLEAN. George Peisley and Henry Burnett Hunter ap- peared on remand at the Parramatta Police Court on Wednesday last, before the P.M. and Messrs. D. D. Henderson, J. W. Withers, W. H. Windsor, and J. Gibbons, J'sP., on a charge of shooting Constable Samuel M'Lean at Liverpool on August 6 with intent to murder bim. Senior-constable Donovan stated that be charged the accused Peisley that morning. Peisley said he did not know that M'Lean was shot till the following day. Constuble Samuel M'Lean, stationed at Liveiv pool, stated tlialj he visited the scrub at Cabra- matta and there found two bags containing fowls and some harness (produced) covered with shrubs. He secreted himself to lie in wait for someone to come and take tho property. That was about 7*45 a.m. on the 5th, and he waited till 25 minutes to 1 on the 6th, when the two accused came to the property. PI unter put his hand under the fowls, !'which when so disturbed made a noise. Hunter observed " You...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

The '(Psah^of Life. Tell me not in' mournful numbera Advertising does not pay ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things 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 broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertis'ng is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich: m en alTremind'uar We-can make .our own sublime, And hy libera! advertising ... To the highest summit climb'.' THE _i>_ .T ... :. Liverpool Ser ala With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and " Liverpool Mercury), Published Every Saturday Morning, te one of th« BEST ADVEBTISING MEBIUM-* out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the whole of the District, including Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta, Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of Liverpool. -o i,It;oontains the L A ###T' N E W S...

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CHRISTENING THE GERMAN BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

OHRISTENINI THE G/ERM.AN; J AßT. ' A ohridton'ng ia Germany ia marlo muoh of. AU rolativos and Monda are invited to tho houBo of tho puronts, whare fofiâtiag and rojoioing pro vail tho whole day. Tu*oparonts prosont tho nurse with a goodly sum of monoy, but it IH tho ohoaen godparents who have to boar tho brunt of tho bátalo at thia timo. Tho godmother ia expeoted|to buy the obtiHtoiiing robo, bebidos giving aßubatantlnl proBont of silvor or money to her godoblld. She al HO giro» something to the nurse, and provides boxes of bonbons for everyone.

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