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A LADY ATTACKED AND ROBBED AT BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

A LADY ATTACKED AND : HOBBED AT BALLARAT. The following reniai kable oomtnúnioatioi has reached us from the mining centre o Ballarat5-A youngilady, daughter of on of. the oldest .residents :and runners, ?> Mis Fanny Simpson, of Vic to ria ¿street,'say« Í WfiS attf.oked by the most exoruoiating pain in my sides; and vomiting which' followei immediately after every meal. ' Mother tool me to the hospital,, and she was; told m; kidneys were affeóted. "The dootor said I- had inúnmati-m of th kidneys and incipient consumption ; but thi medicine he gave me gave relieved me onl; for a time, and that in a month I was. a bad as ever. From that time until nin months since I have had a continual sequenc of sicknesses, and have been entir0ly robbec of grod health. I have seen several doctor at different times, and one would describí my complaint as ono thing: and another a something.else. However, the lasttwo seei decided I was suffering from Bright's.diseas' of the kidueys, and commenced to ...

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"A SMART MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

n. i. _ . ._. ;j_i "?[_;_nt "A SMART MAN." A FEW weeks ago a man who was enlarging piciut fs visited the residence of a particularly 4 sharp" individual. " We are doing some very fine work,' suid the agent, " audio order to introduce it to the public we make you the first picture free. We will expect you to show the picture lo your neighbours, of course, and help ad;er!ise us in that way. The pictutas will not coat you a penny." Mr. Smart hunted up a picture and gave it to the mau to enlarge. The o lier day ihft returned with the en- larged picture. It was enclosed in a gaudy frnm>. V Of course," tho man explained, "tho picture costs you nothing, but we charge £1 for a frame like i hat.V ''That picture is all right," said Mr. Smart. " lt pleased me first rate. I will just take it into.the other room and see what my wife.thinks of it." And Smart went into the next .room, re- moved the picture from behind the glass, and he returned with the empty frame. " My wife likes.the.picture ...

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NOVEL. FLOTSAM. BOOK IV.—COME ASHORE. CHAPTER III.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

. NOVEL. I FLOTSAM. By OWEN HALL. BOOK IV.-OOMB ASHORE, t CHAPTER III.-(CONTINUED.) 1/ Bo now the thing was how to get Alioo K" home again. For two or three days 1 didn't K . really know how to begin. It seems absurd K enough now, but I was afraid to tell the ? child who sho was, though sho had boon Uko I .my own child moat of hor life. Tx waa H partly Arthur's fault, 1 think, for he WUB B always bogging me not to do anything hur ? riodly :-hurriedly, indeed, when hore I B bad boen for the host part of threo weeks, H «nd ovon now my child didn't know that I m wasn't an old impostor ! If it hadn't beon wm ior that girl Elsie 1 don't know that I should H. ovor bavo done it. I liked that girl, for R there waa no nonBonse about her, ana some* K how it alwayB raised my spirits to talk to hor K about things. Of course sho had known all H «bout it from tho first, so one oould talk, to her comfortably, and it waa quito a comfort to hear her laugh at my fears. * Oh, non- sense !' she used to...

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HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

Artist.: * That is my last pioture.' Visitor: . « That's a comfort.' It's a .poor recommendation for her biscuits when a widow tells how fond her late hus- band was of them. Jaok : ' Mother, where does flies' come - fromP' Mother: ' God made them, Jaoky dear.' J aok (after a long pause) ; * TV hat a fid diing j ob it must bo ! * Barrister: 'I admit my client called the plaintiff an ox, but, considering the high price of beef at present, I think it 'more a compliment than an insult!' Miss Watson : 4 OJ ara, dear, didn't Mr. ? Jones say to you as I entered the drawing room last night 4Is that the beautiful Miss Watson?' Clara: ' Yes, dear, with' a de- cided accent on 'that.' Things are getting down pretty- -fine, the Sub-editor thinks. He went into a restaurant the other day. Galling to a waiter he said : 'Will you take my order P' 41 will take your request, sir,' responded the gentleman attendant. Swell (to'servant) : « Is -Mrs. .^Clifton in P Servant : ' Yes, but she can't see you. ...

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THE BEST STRAWBERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

THE BEST STRAWBERRIES. There ÍB more doubt about this than is generally admitted, due ohiefly to the char- acter of tbe soil of different distriota. Dif- ferent kinda of strawberries seem to have different requirements. A few varieties . appear at home everywhere, but some of the new varieties are not always a success. "We are always safe in looking with favour upon any plant whioh haa been oultivated and given satisfaction for half a century or longer. I should say, ia spito of the new - varieties, tho old favourite, Sir J. Paxton, is more planted tb an any other kind. Another old sort, Vicomtesse Haricart de Thury, whioh appears to be identical with Garibaldi, 1 and whioh is commonly oallcd the Vioom I tesse, is a good all-round sort specially valuable for difficult situations. Royal Sovereign appears to be taking tho place of Noble as an early variety, and it is a notice- able faot that market growers are planting this kind lurgoly. Waterloo and Latest of All are good late sorts....

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A HORSE AND THE TOP BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

A HORSE ANJO THE TOP BOOTS. Mr. John Rutland, of Bothnal Green, ÎiosBeBBea a wonderful horse, whose only de eot is an unaccountable antipathy to ton hoots. It dotes on dancing. pumpa, elastic gusseted slippers, but the sight of a pair of top boots, throws it into a state of worry and fury. And aa a atabléis hardly a ball- room, the men who work in it are not in« dined to waste thoir money in material more fitted to the 'light fantastic' than for tho rough work of an oatlor. Thoy therefore insisted on wearing top boots, in spite of tho horse's idiosyncrasy, the result being that the intelligent animal fretted itself into a state of mental worry, whioh made it incapable of calculating ita aottons properly. For example, being of a gentle and doolie disposition naturally, and fond of the fair saz, it waa anxious to kiss a lady named Kendall, whom I mot casually in the street, but owing to the effect of the top boots whioh it had seen in tho morning, it mis- construed its own intentions,...

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MAXIM GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

MAXIM GUN. The first that I heard of tho Maxim gan (writes Mr. Frederick Greenwood) was/lpnfc before that memorable and admirable' de- monstration of itB qualities on tho Matábéle. It was quite a new thing, indeed, when one of the olevèreat and most agreeable men that I ever encountered told me of tho oapiral'in vestment it would certainly prove. Wita a few other gentlemen he had boon favoured with a private exhibition of what it could do. A timber palisade, many yards ' in length and about six foot high, had been built, and topping the palisade by twelve inches or thereabout ran a oloso frieze' of bavins or brushwood-as it might be an an ay of hoads in bearskin hats. The Maxim gun being turned on these surmounting objects, in less than three minutes it had mowed them all down to the od go of the timber as olean as if the job had been done with a bill-hook. *I made no moro inquiry,' said my friend. 4 Evory shilling that I oould borrow, beg, or steal I put into that business.' And sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

J> E Q U T S I T I O -NV To MB. ALF. BLINMAN, Glenfield. We, the undersigned, Ratepayers of South Ward, respectfully ask you to allow yourself to be Nominated as our Representative in the Liverpool Council at the Election for Aldermen to be held on the 1st day of February, 1898, and we pledge ourselves to use our best efforts to secure your return. Thomas Slocombe, Glenfield. C. H. Linklater, " James Johnstone, " William Tickel, " A. Lubeck, " William Davis, " George A. Groat, " C. Blinman, " Nellie Linklater, " H. W. Hinsch, " D. McGarry, " H. Holmes, " R. Thompson, H. Jackson, " - Padrota, " J. W. Magee, " M. Cooley, " M. Connelly, W. Stubbs, Henry Balnave, Jerome Lucey, John McLeod, Stephen Johnston, Alderman Wm. J. Collins, A. B. Kavanagh, Samuel Skerritt. Gentlemen, REPLY. Glenfield, January 14, 1898. I felt highly honored on receipt of your requisition inviting me to contest tho South Ward in tho forthcoming Munioipnl Elect- ion. I have carefully thought over everything in ...

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A DIEFERENCE OF PUNCTUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

A DIEFERENOE OF PUNOTTJATION. '? W*ra¡N first I kissod sweot Margaret,. ^be blabed Toserred, -; ¡ -And ptéfrnly said,' 1 j "-You mustn't! Stop!" Last night"l! kiaaod. aweet,Margaret, ...'.SI*»;. blú'shed.'.TOs^.edi ¡ ' / Í3ut only said, ; ! " You mustn't stop !" -i--^--»

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

NOTICE. Original Hovel of Maori Life, "Wit beg to notify our readers that we shall eommenoe in this journal, NEXT WEEK, ; ü'r ..' AN Original and Entertaining Serial Tale by an Australian Author. By special arrangements with : tm- Mr. EDWIN DOIDOE, ?ffie well-known New Sooth "Wales journalist and author, we are able to rpreseot onr readers with his latest and, .unquestionably, his beat effort in fictional literature. Indeed, the story reads more like a narrative of exciting historical faots than an exercise of tho imagination. ? From the day the immigrants of the * Edinboro' 'Castle' land in New Zealand till a double nonrriasfo dismisses them from the records, die pages of the story teem with inoidonts which rivet attention and awake sympathy .and, often, admiration. Sevtsral Maori characters are .finely drawn, their habits and customs entertainingly .described, and their 8pi.it of affection and Toogeanoe picturesquely portrayed. "Rie, story is rioh in local colour and faith- ful in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

POSTAL IN POEM ATI ON. MA its nra despatched from Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), 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-,'JO p.m. . Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, at 9*30 p.m. On every Tuesday and Saturday mails aro des- patched for Holdsworthy aud Eckersley a 12 noon. On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling P.O., with letters fdr the Northern and Western Hoes, at 9*30. On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney;' Parramatta, Grauvillo, and Travelling P.O. at & p.m. MAITS are received at the Liverpool Post Offioc ?daily (Sundays excepted), as follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 am. Moorbanlc, 9'4S a. m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narollan, Cam- den, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12*45 p.m.. floxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Preston's, 6'ñ5 p.m. Sydney, Parram...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

Impurities of the Blood* Until these purifying Pills have had n fair_ trial, let no one -be longer oppres>ed willi thc notion that his malady is in- currióle. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, reliove the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure ?blood, and confur on every function healthful vigour. They work a thor-nujh purification throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Siek HeadacT»*» No organ in thc human body is ao liable to disorder ai the .iver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on ths stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly, Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remova sill couses of indigestion, inspis-«tod bile, and siclc headache, and effect » permanent cure. WeikneBS and Debility. In 'eases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excess of any kind, whether mental or phy.iical,__ the «ÍTects of ...

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SHORT STORY THE END OF THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

THE END OF THE GAME. , 4 You really can't rouse me to much ei thusiasm over the short story,' she said. 4 know all you would Bay of it,-subtile, pei feot of form, and sonnet-like in finish,-'y< I am '?well.' Any man may wear its laurel and I envy him not. But when it comes 1 tho literature oí correspondence, then I cor fess to coveting the crown. I would ratlu have written a series of fascinating lette] than all the short stories of the decade.' 4 Do it,' said he. 4 Put your next nov« into epistolary iorm.' 11 might-and fail more signally than 6vc in making my characters speak out what i in them. Letters, of all, things, must b written from the heart. Fanoy the ton Swift's would have taken if he had been toi he must correct the proofs on some day o zeokoning !' ' The heart is a fiction in literature. W all know what powerful work has been don with the avowed purpose of making money and by men who wouldn't have touohed pei to paper without that ignoble spur.' * Tou are a p...

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NATURALIST. DON'T LAUGH AT A LION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

-? DON'T LAUGH AT A LION. If you should happen to meet a lion in the desert do not laugh at him. That is the surest way to draw oh you his resentment and bring your tiavela to an abrupt ending. It would be wiser, assuming that you can- not shoot him, to look steadily and solemnly at him. Then, perhaps, if ho is not very hungry, he will leave you in peace. Lions will not stand being laughed at even hy their keepers. One went close to the bars and laughed boisterously at Prince, one of the largest of the hons. Prince immediately went into a paroxysm of anger. It was interesting to note that he oould distinguish laughter from a mere vooal noise without mirth. He paid no attention when a keeper swore at him. Apparently he discerned an intention to ridioule him in the laughter.

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LADIES' COLUMN. ENGLISH LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

--? ENGLISH LETTER, i. The Amelia mantle is one of the newest models of mantles from Paris. Its exact proportions make the shape far more elegant and becoming than any I have yet seen. It ia longer and better suited for winter wear than most. The capelet sleeves, too, are not ao full aa to be ungainly. The material ia a thiok doth, richly braided in blaok, and the collar is out in one with the mantle. It may be lined, if desired, with blaok astrachan fur. xi. The Lama long coat is made somewhat in the Redingote or ulster shape, in green thiok cloth, and fastened on one side with green pearl buttons. It has revers, ouffa, and high collar of green velvet. These long coats are very stylish, but chey should on<y be worn by tall, slender women, and in dry, cold weather, because they are quite un- fitted for rainy days. XII. A few hints on home dressmaking may not be amiss at thiB season of the year, when so many of our garments want renovating. Skirta will need retrimming, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

Macquarie-strcet, Liverpool. ALL GOODS AT -SYDNEY PRICES! «I As perhaps there are few countries in the .world where defective teeth cause so much Jfcronble asin Australia, we desire to direefcour readers' attention to the special advantages of îthe treatment pursued by Messrs. J. I. Mar ."shall and Coy., Dentists, of 28 Wynyard {Stjttare, Sydney.. If extraction it unavoidable *hey perform it absolutely without pain by in- fecting a new remedy round the tooth the fee ;for which äs Ss. If preferred, Ether or ^Nitrous Oxide gas is used. Similarly they fstop the teeth pa-mlessly with pure gold, or ¡gold amalgam, etc., from 7s Gd, Also com- plete sets '(upper and lower) of artificial teeth »re fitted for ¿£5. Good masticating power, foest lasting material, and natural appearance of beauty guaranteed. Messrs. iL L Marshall «.nd Co., Dentists, only address is 28 Wynyard ¡Square, ¡Sydney.* IROTSANZA. CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. JDixson and Sons manufacture from the choicest Havana tobac...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 17.-TOBACCO -DBBIVATION ov NAMB EXTBBNAII DBSOBEPTION OIT PLANTS GuiOTVAMON AND PBBPAEATION -WHEBE FBOBTS OCCUB--W"HBBB DEOUGHT PBE VAILS-PBEOAUTIONS AGA^NST v7onMS - TOHPINO -SUOKEBS - FIBING-GUTTING -TUB BABNS OB CUBING HOUSES. Tobacco.--This celebrated plant, Niootiana Tabacum, may properly find a place among those other narootios whioh habit has rendered almost essential to man. The generic name ' nicotiana* is derived from John Nicot, an ambassador from the King of France to Portugal, who procured the seeds from a Dutohman who had obtained them from Florida ; the common hame ' tobacco' is the name of a district inMexioo. The root is annual, largo, long and fibrous; the stalk is erect, strong, round, hairy, branched towards the top, and rises five or six feet in height ; the leaves are numerous, large, oblong, pointed, veined, of a pale green odour, without footstalks, and follow the stem downwards. The leaves lowest on the stalk are about twenty inohes lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

TKeíPááli^of Life. sToll roe not in mournful numbera Adverlising does not pay ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would aach absurd things say. Life is real! Life is earnest 1 And (he man who hopes to rise To success in any calling: Mast expect to advertise. " In the world's brond field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is the seoret 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 Herald With which is incorporated the "Liverpool .Times" and " Liverpool Meroury), Published Every Saturday Morning, Is one of the BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM < 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. "It. contains the .. .. LAT EST N EWS right np t...

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A SPITEFUL BATCHELOR'S REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

A SPITEFUL BATOHELOR'S REFLEC- TIONS. THE more, we study She tho moro we don't understand how it is that She is able to twist us round her little finger whenever She feels '-like it. But She is. For whom is it that in childhood's happy days we fight with a boy three sizes larger than ourselves, and get so severely punished that we can't sit up for a week ? Why, for She-and She only laughs at us for our pains. Who is it that devours »ll our spare change, in the shape of costly sweets, and culls for more-and gets them too ? She. For whom do we'linger at stage doors with twp guinea bouquets, to purchase which we haye to endure a fortnight's martyrdom nt lunch time ? She. . Who, I ask, is it that, when we employ her ns typewriter, spells summer with ono m and Fobruary with only one r, and yet escapes without censure? .It is She. Ah, .y<:s!. It is She. Who ie .it that accepts our theatre tickets, our bouquets, and 'our ..devotion; and then goes off and marries, another (fellow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 January 1898

THE RÍ^^HOTEL, LIVERPOOL. 4 OUR MEETING PLACE.' McEwan's English Ale on draught. GEORGE YATES, Proprietor.

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