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HOW LONG WILL THE WORLD LAST? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

HOW LONG WILL THE WORLD LAST ? TAKiya tho present population of the world at 1500 millions, or thereabout, wo have rea «on to suppose that each of us has only 200,000 tons of fu'd to servo his wants. The average householder might consider this a pretty fuir allnwanoe, hut what about thu manafuoturrr nnd tho shipowner ? It would not keep an Atlantic greyhound long afloat. Lord Kui vin, basing his oalonlations on tho existing rate of inorpaso in th« population, and development of industries requiring fuel, iias arrived at che cuiroluaioo. (¡hat it cjuuüot last for cuóre than five hundred years. That is not the worst of it. In burning up this fuel, the oxygen of the atmosphere will be consumed and (iarbonio acid formed so that in f"ur hundred years, a century before the J fuel i* done, the air will be unfitted to sus- tain human live. Humboldt arid others foresaw the exhaus- tion of tho coalfields, but it remained for the penetrating genius of Lord Kelvin to point out the fuilure of ox...

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INFLUENZA PREVALENT. INCREASING MORTALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

INFLUENZA PREVALENT. INCREASING 'MORTALITY/. Ôffî'cîàrsiatistics'slin'w'.that con*iderftWy over .one deatli per day from influenza is taking place in N\S;W,. alone, and tlmt it is equally in "évidence in the sister colonies our contemporaries .theré disclose. Deaths from influenza have, and "are1 playing no small part in swelling the mor- tality list. Very frequently these deaths are in the first place due to carelessness, for the prim- ary cause of influenza is cold in chest and lungs. If those simple ailments were attended to in time, the trouble would possibly end there ; but cold in the head and lungs, unless carefully ?watched, brings on fever and debility ; fever ; arid debility lead to prostration and heart disease, and prostration and heart disease lead to-death. 3STo wonder is it that at so many inquests lately the coroner's verdict has been Death resultant from influenza." Havingex f plained the evil after-effects of this dangerous 'ailment, we have now to chronicle their ...

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The [?]pool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1898. THE friends of Federation discern danger ahead to the cause of Australian unity in the Legislative Council as at present composed. It is idle to prate about a Federal Assembly when the second branch of the legislature, with co-ordinate powers, is openly hostile to anything approaching an acceptable form of unity. It must be remembered that both Mr. Barton and Mr. R. E. O'Connor are no longer members of an Upper House which amended the Constitution Bill, as it left the Adelaide Convention, past recognition. The amendments, of course, had merely the force of suggestions, but they were of so un-Federal and extravagant a nature that Mr. Barton, who accepted a seat in the Council for the particular responsibility of piloting the Bill through that chamber, and Mr. R. E. O'Connor, his able lieutenant, recognised that it was futile to reason with the councillors and in order not to prolong the farce abandoned the Bill to the rapac...

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

EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY. FROM THE FACTORY DIRECT TO THE CUSTOMER. OUR Company is Sellin« direct to the customer, tims procuring for the latter a double economy, namely, the profit of the wholesale dealer, 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 but a few watches daily, are forced to make an extraordinary pru tit upon each one sold in order to defray their expenses. We manufacture as our speciality only sterling silver or gold stem-winders (keyless watches). The keyless mechanism of watches is one of the most important and useful inventions of modern times. Instead of fumbling in one's pockets to find the key, which when found is most always filled with dust-this oE course being transferred to tho watch-one has but to turn a knurled button fitted to the pendant (or ring), thus winding the watch anp regulating the hands by the same means. Our watches are everywhere recog...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

SOCIAL. ; ON Wednesday evening last a "surprise'' party, organised by Mrs. Scott and Miss E. ; Marsden of Liverpool, proceeded to Ingle i burn, where they were joined by a few local I residents, and visited "Ingleburn House," Íthe residence of Alderman Collins. They were warmly welcomed by the surprised host and hostess, and no time was lost in unpack i ing hampers laden with necessities incidental j; to Buch occasions, as well as placing tho re ; sidence in order for the projected festivities. ' Dancing proved the chief attraction of the . programme and, interspersed with parlor games and vocal music, was indulged in till midnight, when an adjournment was made to.the suppor tables, where a tastefully laid out repast was served. After supper the festivities were resumed and continued till daylight. A most enjoyable time was spent and the affair proved an unqualified success. The company included, besides the Collins - family and the organisers of the party, Mrs. . Bruton, Mrs. White...

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

A LOVING F AT tl EU. IT in touching; tho love Rome fathers hove for their grown tip-daughters, ami how reluctant thoy oro to part with thuin. Hore is nn account of a very puthotio episode of this character : ^GISTMBNT. Horses nnd Cattle taken for agistment on Cowden Knowes Estate. Plenty of water and good fwd. Several oultivntion pad- docks, sofurely fenced. Flats laid with clover and other grasses. Property oon tain« 750 acres. Terms :-Horses ls, oattle Gd ; liberal ro duotiou mude tor qtmntitirs. J-. DUNNE, Hoxton Park. ¡ For Bronohinl Goughs tnlr« Wouil's Great Popporajiul Ouïe, 1/6 uud 2/6. INO RCA EGGS, 5s. YOUNG . MUSCOVIES, any age. S. SMITH, Allen's Farra, Cabramatta Viaduct. Madame Bilton's Famous Female Remedy for all ir- regularities and obstructions, from who-tovor cause arising (and no matter of how long standing), acts almost imme- diately, does not interfere with household duties, and will not injure tho most delicate. Over twenty thousand cases success- fully treated...

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

£100,000,000 raCLÄIMED DOUG-AL'S Registered List,- <jontainiiifj names of 20,00^3 fnmilies advertised .for, to claim property and money uiuee 1700. Price ls Öd, post free 2 a. Every man and women should buy this ^ook, as. inetrutitions, R»v3 given how to veoover property from Oha.üceiy.-DOUGAL andXJo., ¡62 Strand. London, Erigí Eat. 1844. A fortune may await you. TJhis boole Can now be obtained from W. O. Rigby., Adelaide; Gordon and G 'ton, Mel., Brisbane; Ot. Robertson <& Co-, Mah, Sydney, Adelaide,- Brisbaue. BONANZA CIGAIIS.-A revolution in. cigars. Dixson and ' Sons manufacture from tim /choicest JIcwana tobacco,- with a necessary portion ol! American, at a price never before attempted. 4 for 6d ! ! Sample hundreds scut carriage paid for 10s.* Mu J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may be consulted every evening between the hours of G'30 and 8 o'clock at tho Commercial ...

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

H" (Registered Trade Mark,) A VITALISING TOXIC IMPÄ11TING NEW LIFE & ENERGY TO'THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. CUKES Neuralgia. Neuritis Sciatica. Impaired Vitality. Brain Fag". Nervous Exhaustion. Melancholia Rheumatism Lumbago. Sleeplessness, Local & G-eneral Debility. Constitutional Weakness. Impaired Digestion. And all such Disorders, 40, Henslowe Road, Barry Road, Bust Dulwich, S.E. MESSRS. ASHTON & PARSONS. Dear Sirs,-I am delighted to be able, for the first time in my life, to bear testimony to the efficacy of a patent medicine (aud I have tried numbers), but I must certainly congratulate you on having at the last tapped tbe Elixir Vitro-at least, so it has proved in my case : I am, of course, referring to your PHÖSFERINE, which, if I had my will, should be supplied free to every rheu- matic or dyspeptic subject in England, feeling sure that they would each one experience an equal benefit to myself. I have been suffering for the past twelve months with rheumatism a...

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CHAPTER IX. THE EAR OF THE MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

CHAPTER IX. THU BAB OT? THE MOUNTAIN. Ringbrand began the now day with a drink of water sooopod up by handfuls from tho pool in tho orevioo, and then walked tho longth of tho oavorn to got a glimpse of tho nicy. Just beneath tho well-liko opening ho Htuinblod upon a Minali paokago wrapped in a pioeo of duty paper. Opening i4. eagerly, an a morago from tho other world, ho felt liku shouting upon Anding that it contained a substantial meal of corn bones and fried bason. Hunger knows no ceremony, and, so it bo sharp enough, has little regard for tho quality and no curiosity as to the souroo of that which appeases its cravings. Bing- J brand ate ravenously and with the keen relish of ono who has labored fasting, but ha was thoughtful enough to savo a portion of the bread and meal for greater neoessities, wrapping it carefully in tbo paper and con- cealing it in a niobe in the rook. * Goodness hnows where that oame from,' he said, ' and goodness knows when I'll got any more ; therefore i...

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

[iirities of the Blood ins Pills have had a fair trial, let no one I wiih thc notion that his malady is in- ls will removí! all disordered actions, rouse pe the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure Hevery function he ilthml vigour. They irilicatiou throughout the whole sys.cm, lie natural action of any organ. Bilious Complaints, and lick Headac^" )lillian body is so liable to disorder as the al when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on Itliat digestion is not proceeding properly, p.sn-Jiigili to every organ, speedily remove tion, mspis.-ated bile, and sick headache, nt cure. mess and Debility. [Iiity, languor, and nervousness, generated ? kind, whether mental or physical, the Hs ara in tlvs highest degree bracing, reuov.*-. .e. They drive from th* sy*tem the morbid , re-csiablish t'ie digestion, strengthen the rraise the patient's spirits, and bring back the stine health and vigour. The Kidneys-Their Derangement and Cure. If these Pills be used according to the printed directions, and th...

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

POSTAL INFORMATION. W*.íK¡«re despatched from Liverpool Post Office daily <8und»ya«xoepted), as follows î .^Sydney,: Parramatta; and <Jleiifieldt.9'30 a.m. Bringelly, Moonbank, Bonnyrigg; Preston's, and Horton Park, ll a.m. Sydney," 12*30 pirnr . Campbelltown,-Camden; «Narellan ^Granville, and T;P.04at 5'SO p.m. Sydney,'Parramatta^ and.Granville,- at;9:30' p.m. Ota eve ry .Tuesday, and Saturday mails are des- patched for. Holdsworthy, and..Eckersley a 12 noon. On-everVSaturday :night a,mail is despatched to Travelling P.O., witlvletters for the Northern and Western-lines^at 9'3Q». Ott"SuüdáyB 'mails are despatched to Sydney¿ 'Parramatta, Granville; and" Travelling- P.O. at 5 MAIM are'reçeived at the '? Liverpool Post Office .daily i(Sunqays. excepted), «as follows : Sydney; .CampbeU¡bown¿ ;and<Trav«lHng-P.O.- at S ,am. Moofba«ks 9'45 a,m.. Sydney, Parramatta; Granville,..Narellan, Cam- don, io <a-.m. Bonnyrigg, 12'4B p»nu Hoxton Park, 9 a....

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HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

KIDNEYS A LA. CKOII..-Put two ounces of butter in a .stew-pan, a teaspoonful éaob of obopped onion, and mushroom, a squeeze of lemon-j nice, pepper and salt. Split the kidneys, take out the white skin, add them to tho butter, etc., and oook slowly. Butter half-a-dozen small oval moulds, and line them with a thin layer of quenelle meat. Place half a kidney in each, aud cover with some of tho mushroom and onion. Steam tho moulds very slowly for over a quarter of an hour, and turu out carefully. Pour a thiok brown sauce round and garnish with croutons of fried bread aud ohopped lemon peel. FRENCH Eaas AND SriNAan.-Poach as many eggs as you may require, and let them get cold. Then flour oaeh egg, dip into a rioh batter, and fry a golden brown. A piece of thin raw baoon, wrapped round each egg before it is dipped into tho battor ia an improvement. Cook some spiuaoh, press it through a sive, return it to the Bauoe-pan, i add to it butter, popper, salt, and a squeeze of lomon-juioo, and ma...

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SKETCHER. A MONEY LENDER'S MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

A MONEY LENDER'S MANAGER. Many people aro under tho impression (said a former loan office manurer to tho writer) that loan offices have all the thievery to themselves, bat on the principle of one parasite thriving upon another, loan office keepers have to contend against thieves as cunning and unprincipled as themselves. Take the case of a man representing him- self as John Ramsden, who applied for the loan of £500 from a Liverpool loan office. He described himself as a team-owner in a large way o t business, living at the south- end of the cit3', and hoing temporarily em- barrassed, AVarj willing to pay a fair rate of interest for the loan. Ample security he was willing to provide, but securities he 'would cot procure, his explanation being that ho was unwilling to makoknoAvn his diffi- culties. He paid a large sum for an enquiry fee, and a diligent investigation of John Ramsden's aifairs being made, everything was found satisfactory. His etook-in- trade alone amountod to over £3,0...

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SHORT STORY. MATTEO FALCONE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

;., mun ¡ .---- i' - MATTEO FALCONE, Inland from Porto Voocbio, in a north- westerly direction, tho ground rises rathol rapidly. It takes tbroo hours on foot, bj winding paths (which aro sometimes blocked ny nuMHsive stones, and sometimes out aorosf T>y ravines), to reach the edge of a widt « maquis,' as they oall a track of brushwood and heather in Corsica. This 'maquis' if the heme of the Corsican shophords, and of all "who have got into trouble with the ftuthoiiiies. " Matteo Falcone's house was a milo and a half from the 'maquis.' He was woll to dc for that neighbourhood, living like a lord ; that in lo say, in idleness, upon the produce of his flocks, which the shepherds (who arc like homeless Arabs) led out to pasture, now here, now there, upon the mountains. When I saw bim, two years after the ovont that I am about to narrate, I took him, at the out- side, for a man of fifty. Imagine a short man, ntrougly built, with curly, jet blaok hair, au aquiline nose, thin lips, larg...

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A LOVE SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

A LOVE SONG-. Rose leaves and cuckoo's Bong, June's soont-laden dawn : Spider's snares stretched frail but strong O'er dew-spangled lawn. Noon's heat and drooping flowers, Drowsy hum of bee : Quivering light of gilded hours ^ Made for ecstasy. Sunset and shadows long, Ahl blest day of days 1 Rose leaves and cuckoo's song Thrilling evening haze. ;.<? ? Jjove light in loved one's eyes, Blush on cheek and brow ; "With tho stars in summer's skies She is coming now . . . . .Youth's pukes, manhood's fire . Through two beings thrill; .' While tho nightingales in ohoir ; All the silence fill. ^ . - ? Starlight and mystery, Juno's lush lingering light ; Roses ope in ecstasy v,- - To the languid night. ' . Soul's soft awakening ; Night is gone so soon . . '. ? Rose leavos fall, and ouokoos sing In the month of June. . ''<"?"? -D. ß. MONTRFIOBB.

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Years of Dyspepsia. Clements Tonic Drove it Away! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

Years of Dyspepsia. Clements Tonic Drove it Away ! Mr. W. Albert Lyona, Wendouree," Mprton-st., Albert Purk, Victoria, writes ou Aug. 8ih, 1896 :-I have Buffered severely from dyspepsia for a number of year¿, and although I have noted upon medical advino und taken largely of specifics alleged tn he aurea for that distressing malady, but from neither eourco did material relief oomo to mo. Recently, however, I was raonni tn anded to take Cléments Tonio. I did so, »nd almost instant relief followed ; after talcing a few bottles that irritating oom plaint was driven away, arid I am now in «ouudor, bodily health and more alert and cheerful, mentally, than I hnvo boen for many years. I would strongly rooommoud nny person suffering from dyspepsia or any allied disorder to try Clements Tonio. j \V¡tUQ88.~~ W. ALBISRT LYONS C. J.'Hum, J,P.

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

OEIGINAli ARTICLES, -.vpSTov 48.-THE BABBUEBY-DusonrpnoN / .? - LEAVES-Aero - TASTE-WTIEIIK NATIV ".OE1-BANISHED EBOM ENGKLAND-FLO-W . ,.; . BBS AND BEBRIES - FBCIT - ROOTS - ? BARK-THE EL^EB BEEBY -NATIVE C ENQXLAND-GBOWTH - WINE - LEAVE . FLOWERS-THE OEANOK-DESOBIPTIO :-. ' OF TBEES--VARIETIES-POUB SPEores .... COMPABISONS AND NoTEB. The Barberry is aa ornamental as well 'a -. useful shrub. When covered with flcwei ?iri spring, or fruit in autumn., i*". forms 'pleasing object. Tho leaves are of a yellow 'iah or bluish green and gratefully acid t the taste ; tho odour of the flowers i . pleasant at some dibtanco, though too stronj ' and offensive when near. This shrub is native of tho eastern parts of the world though it is now found ia most par tn o Europe, where it thrives best upon light am chalky soils. Formerly it grew wild ii great quantities in the hedgerows of Eng land, but bas been universally banished fron î;a general belief that its presence is injuriou to the growth of ...

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FAIRLY WELL ISN'T WELL ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

FAIRLY WELL ISN'T WELL ENOUGH^ LET us say that your wages are twenty shillings a week. You have worked hard, .done your best, and feel that'yon haye earned your money. Very good. Now imagine thnt when Saturday, night conies your employer hems and haws, and wants to put you oil with fifteen. I'll be. bound you would think yourself hardly tiéated. What aro the great stiikesin this country commonly about? Why, in souie fashion they ure about*wages or hours ; it comes to the samo thing. Be itundur stood that the writer uses thjs fact ns an illustra- tion of another fact-that is oil. What is that other fact ? We will work it out of the following personal statement. " Nearly all my life," says Mrs. Sarah Dalby, "I have been subject to attacks of biliousness, accompanied with sickness, but got on fairly well op to the early part of 1882. At this tim« I began to feel heavy; dull, and tired, with an all-gone, sinking sensation. My skin was sullpw, and the whites of my eyes of a yellow linge....

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [BY W. T. C.] Tn the factory of Brice and Co. I'saw some split- ting machines, in which a knife 20 feet long travels like lightning and slices a hide into three layers in as many seconds. Mansfield and Son's boot and shoe factory is the most perfect in the world. Here one sees hundreds of women and girls closing, stitch- ing and buttonholing by machinery. Seven hun- dred hands are employed, and from this establish- ment alone there is an annual output of 400,000 pairs of footware, utilising 200 tons of solo leather nod 150,000 uppers. A day in the city of Leicester brought me in con- tact with more footgear factories, moro especially indiarubber and elastic webbing industries. Pneu- matic tyres were first made hero. Stocking weaving and hosiery 1 saw practically illustrated here also. Indeed, I was informed that hosiery was once the staple trade of this rapidly expanding city. The factory I had access to employs 2,000 hands daily. The cl...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Fdr Children's H nolana: OOH eli tako Wood's Great Peppermint Caro, 1/6 and 2/6. HECTOR McKinnon, a well-known resident of Glenfield, was brought to town on Wed- nesday evening by the 9 o'clock train in a critical condition. He was conveyed to the asylum and received medical attention, but died early yesterday morning. From what can be gleaned, it appears that the unfortunate man was thrown out of his cart on Saturday Inst at Glenfield and sus- tained serious injuries to his spine. Your Grocer keeps Wood's Grout Popper mint Cure for Goughs and Colds, 1/6 nnd 2/0. AN inmate of the Liverpool Asylum, named Charles Orton, who claimed to be a brother of the Tichborne claimant, died on Monday last at the age of 75. He was born in London, and was a son of a butcher in that place. He had been sixteen years in the colony, and an inmate of the asylum for about five years. Unlike the olaimanb he was small in stature. CHILDREN'S hair should never be curled if ib is not natura...

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