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BILE BEANS AGAIN VICTORIOUS. AN ADELAIDE LADY SPEAKS IN HIGH PRAISE OF THEM. CURED OF LOSS OF APPETITE AND IRRITABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 27 August 1898

BILE BEANS AGAIN VICTORIOUS. AN ADELAIDE LADY SPEAKS IN HIGH PUAISE OF THEM. CURED OF LOSS OF APPETITE AND IRRITABILITY. Mrs. Margaret Nelson, who lives in Phillip Street, Wolseley (near the Croydon Railway Station), Adelaide, is one of the latest benefici- aries through the curative properties of Bile Beans for Biliousness. Hearing of the cure, a reporter from the " Adelaide Advertiser" went to Croydon on Friday afternoon to inquire per- sonally into the case. Mrs. Nelson at once ex- pressed perfect willingness to tell her story of suffering, which continued for thirteen long and weary years, until arrested by the uso of only three boxes of the boon to thousands in Aus- tralia-Bile Beans. " Tell me," said the reporter, " the facts con- nected with your illness." "Certainly," said Mrs. Nelson, "I will do so with pleasure. Bile Beans have wrought a wonderful change in me. Thirteen years ago I took ill with biliousness and indigestion. I had pains in the head, a bad taste in the mouth...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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SCIENCE. WHY WATER IS SLIMY AND MALODOROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

WHY WATER IS SLIMY AND MALO- DOROUS. The gzowth of green slime in water reser- voirs is an occurenoe whioh quite ba flies the efforts of our water engineers, and however pure a water may be this vegetable growth invariably take» plaoe. Everyone is familiar with the green slime that collects and ac- cumulates on the walls of the eistern. This is not necessarily due to stagnation, for if water be passed for some time through a capacious glass tube without stopping the flow tho same green growth occurs. The j growth is Ms.-eutiuJly or veg6tuble character and is due to ul^aa ¿md certain infusoria. The usual cause of the disagreeable odours and taste occurring in drinking waters is found in tho presence of large numbers of certain microsoopal organisms which seorote compounds of the nature of essential oils. There is no reason to suppose that these oompounds are any more harmful than those whioh give odour and taste to fresh vege- tables or to fish.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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ENTERTAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

ENTERTAINING. The Bolufciou of the very difficult problem of entertaining one's friends lather than bering them, UH WO often unwittingly do, has been solv«cl by a clever Englishwoman, A certain charming woman, who is not afraid of being thought unconventional, has grown tired of asking pnoplo.to musical even- ings only to discover thufc they detest the sound of a piano, and have only accepted be- cause they did not; know what OIBÖ to do, and that she has done foraeer with ioroing cards upon people who would rather be let alone to talk to each other, ' My new scheme will do away with that," she explained. ' My idea is to deoide at the beginning of each season how many und what bind of entertain- ments I shall give during tho winter. This list I mean to send to all my acquaintances, asking each one to check off the particular thing he prefers and return the list with his name. Then 1 shall sort these out, putting all of a kind together in a pile by themselves, and when the time comes ...

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A BRUSH RACK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

A BRUSH RACK. There are all sorts of racks to hold brushes but here is a receipt .tor making one whiok will be found usefu.'. by any neat housewife. Cut a block of white wood to shape and pro- ceed to obtain it the required shade. Dark green will look welt, while the band across tho centre for holding the brushes in place may be either of stamped leather or em- broidered silk. Fix these with brass nails and proceed to ornament tho outaide edge of the brush with a scroll work of ribbon iron.

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WOMAN'S ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

"WOMAN'S ADVANTAGES. Through an extravagant wife you may be made bankrupt, and even imprisoned for debt. She, however, is free from this un- pleasantness, unless carrying on a business separately from her husband. BE BUBB THAT BBB BILLS ARE PAID before you marry, for the law will hold you respousible to a certain extent fo- buch defalcations, even though at the time you were not man and wife. You aro, moreover, liable for any articles which she may order in your name, no mutter how extravagant the figure, if they be neoessarv. Have 4 peace at any price,' for if you upset her she may wreak her vengeance on the next person she meets. Any wife com- mitting a crime in the presence of her hus- band is presumed to act under his direction, and he is responsible. Ii1 SHE ao SIPS ABOUT HEB NEIGHBOURS to such a degree *hat they sue her for libel or slander, or in any way readers herself liable to damages, again is her spouse answerable, and it is not an infrequent thing for him to be hold lia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

Suffered for three years Mr. F. Westall of Mitcham, So. Australia, sends us lils portrait which shows a smooth and healthy condition of tho skin. But ho has had the following oxpovteuco : " For tho past three years T liavo hoon suf- fering from an eruption of tho body. I had medical attendance and had medicine to take anil a lotion for outward application, butthoy did not. do ino tho slightest good. In fact I tried all sorts of medicino and nothing scorned to relieve mo. Mv lifo was a burden. Iliad no upi lotit o and I could not sleep. I was strongly advised to try by a friond who had received groat benefit from lt. 1 did so, ami utter taking only two bottles tho itching loft mo and f felt, hell cr ia every way. I continued talcing tho Sarsa- parilla and altogether took six bottles. I am new freo from tho eruption and can oat a ml sleep as well as I overdid in my lifo. Itis now about eight mouths since I was cured, sn I am Hiiro 1 can say thu «uro is a permanent one." Fer ponBlhmtlo...

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DEAD SELF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

DEAD SELF. The room waa silent with the interest of th« game. For hours the play had been fi»st and furious., Though General Walsh was consumed with an inward fever and"', recklessness, he played his game with an, outward calm. The day before he had dis- cussed tho evils of gambling with the woman he loved. She supposed he played 4 in a. general sort of way/ but sho had no notion , of tne time he had given over to it. Many a . night he had left her, exalted for the moment by her love, vowing'he would be worthy of her ideal of him ; but the uplifting was only transitory. . In the early spring they were engaged, but, though Geraid urged all his eloquence^,. Lily wonld not hear of their marriage. Sho wanted to live in t.ho present, she said.. Ceremonies and trousseau could wait. So they idled now and then through the lovely spring. It had taken ber some time to con- vince bim that he could not escort her about che slums; that hi« appearance there would . hinder, not help, her work. He ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

LOCAL A WD GENERAL. AT tho Parramatta Quartor Sessions on Tuesday last, Hon ry Brown, who was charged with breaking and ontoring the pre- mises of Mrs. Campbell of Liverpool, was found guilty and sentenced to 15 months' imprisonmunt. Edward Stephens, who was charged with stealing two bank drafts for ,£150, tho property of William Nicholls, an in matu of the Liverpool Asylum, was acquitted. Wood's Grunt Peppermint Cure Coughs for and Colds uovor iuilu, 1/G und 2/U. THIS residence of Mr. Thompson, afc Canley 1 Vale, consisting of six rooms, was totally destroyed by fire between ll and 12 p.m. on Friday, 26th ultimo. The cause of the out- break i's unknown. Fortunately the flames were discovered in time to permit the removal of Mr. Thompson's eldest daughter, who is suffering from an attack of measles, from the burning building to a neighbour's house. I That this was so is especially a matter for H congratulation in view of the fact that the I remainder of the family had retired to the...

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THE HEATHCOTE MIRACLE. FURTHER PARTICULARS. HEATHCOTE (Victoria), Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

THE HEATHCOTE MIRACLE. FURT H Ell P ART I CUL AUS. , HEATHCOTE (Victorin), Monday. I Further particulars of the miracle lately per- formed in this township have been made public. The greatest enthusiasm prevails over the matter, and Mrs. T. J. Thomas--the central ! figuro-has been heartily congratulated by all who know her. On account of the tremendous ' interest taken in the lady by the. public, our representative called upon her. ! " Good afternoon," said Mrs. Thomas in a pleasant voice to us as we entered. Mrs. Thomas subsequently very kindly placed the whole of the facts in our possession. " Until a short' tithe ago," said the lady, " I had not known for 40 years what permanent relief from pain was." How greatly Mrs. Thomas suffered from rheumatism, repeated attacks of influenza, enlargement of tho liver, and inflammation of thc kidneys is vividly shown by her remarks, " I nm over 74 years of a^e," she continued. " It was as near as I can remember, in '57 that I had my first att...

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MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

MAY. .'Something has come to us \ Who live in this grave old land Something youthful yet grand, 'Triumphant yet tremulous. .* . O ! heart of mine, can you understand ) All that has come to us? "There's new strength in the light : , Grey stones are not so grey, . So heartless as yentorday. ..love's oheeks are not sp white ; And his eyes look not so far »way ' There's new strength in the light. X>t>ar, my dear, it is here, " " Even in the city street ! For surely the air is sweet . Aa tho' the green fields were near, , As tho' the daitdeB were under our feet Ayi my dear, it is here ! ? Something has come to us Who live in this dear old land Something youthful yet grand, 1 Triumphant yet tremulous. Sweetheart, givo me your hand ! .'Tie"May that oomes to us thus. Bat, O ! my Love, will you understand All that it means to us ? -J. J. BBU&; ,

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POETRY. HER FIRST CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

HER FIRST CAKE. -J3he measured out the butter with a very / ' " éoJèinn air ; Tao milk and sugar also ; and she took the " groatesi care To count the eggB correctly, and to, add a little bit . 0|E baking powder, which, you know, begin- ners oft omit. Then she stirred it all together, and she \ baked it full an hour Hjjnt she never quite forgave : herself for, .. leaving out the flour. -H. PASSES. .

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THE VINE DISEASES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

THE VINE DISEASES ACT. Two prominent représentatives nf the Cnnley Vale Fruitgrowers1 Association (Air. Ci urn* on 'inri Mr. Zuni) waited upon th« Acting Ministor for Agri- culture (Mr. Cook) on the 20th ultimo to discuss with him certain grievances w hie li they consider j to exist iti tim administration of the Vine Diseases Act. The questions hrmight forward were : Al- leged indiscriminate destruction of whole vine- yards when only u few vines were discovered to he diseased, and the low rate of compensation paid to owners fur tho destruction of their vine- yards. Another matter discussed was the desir- ability of having- a rapid and complete immersion made of the whole of the vineyards in the counties of Cumberland and Camden with a view to ascertaining exactly where tho disease was located. To do this additional inspectors were required. Mr. Cook expressed his pleasure nt having the opportunity of discussing these matters with practical men ; and, as regards the question of compe...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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FAMOUS COWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

FAMOUS COWARDS. All great people have had their follies, whioh Í8 another way' of saying thataïlhave had their weak points. Tycho Brahe, tho great astronomer, had a terriblo fear , of hares and foxes. If by any ohanoe ho saw onq, it mattered not whether it were dead or alive, he grew palo and his legs trembled under him. The great Dr. Johnson, with all his philosophy, was not without a superstition. He waa very careful not to enter a room with, his left foot foremost ; if by any ohanoo he 'diid so, he would' immediately step baok and re-enter with hin ri«hr foot foroinoHt. Ho was terribly afraid ot' doa th, too, and would not Buffor it to be mentioned in his proBenoo. Julius Crobar, to whom the shouts of thousands of tho enemy wore but sweet musio, was mortally afraid of the sound of thunder, and always wanted to got under- ground to esoapo tho dreadful noise. Queen Elizabeth, despite her marvellous pelf-possession and strong will, trembled at the sound of tho word ' death ' ; arid ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

They Psalm pf Life. Tpll rae not in mourpfuli numbers 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 tho 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, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind us We oap make our own sublime j And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. THE Liverpool H&ralä: With which is incorporated the " Liverpool Times" and " Liverpool Mercury), Published Every Saturday Morning, Is one of . th*. BBST ABVisBTISING MEDIUMS 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 E . S Ti NEW S ! right up to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

Macqiiarie-street, Liverpool. ALL GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES ! £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOUGA'L'S Registered List, containing no mes of 20,000 families advertised for, to claim property and money siuce 1700. Price la'tid, post free 2s. Every man and women should buy this book, as instructions are given how to recover property from Chancery.-DOUGAL anti Go., 62 Strand, Lon dim, Eug. Est. 1844. A fortune may await you. This book can now be obtained from W. O. Rififby, Adelaide»; Gordon and Gotcb, Mel., Brisbane; G. Robertson & Co., Mel., Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. BONANZA CIGARS,-A revolution in cigars. Dixson. and Sons manufacture from the choicest ZTavana tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before attempted. 4 for Gd 1 1 Sample hundreds sent carriage paid for 10s.* Mit J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice ab 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may be consulted every evening between the hours of 6*30 and 8 o'cloc...

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TEA AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

TEA AND SOCIAL. A TiSA and social, in aid of the R.C. Presby- tery, Liverpool, was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last, and, despite the unfavorable weather conditions, proved a decided success. Tho affair was weil patron- ised, although a number of tickets sold were nob represented. The tea tables, eight in TI um ber, were tastefully arranged, due )consideration being given to comfort and convenience, and presided over by tho follow- ing huhes :-Mesdames Jenkins, Brewer, Bro vii and Miss A. Murray; Misses Kelly, Haynes and Ebtinger ; Misses Stanley and Wilson ; Mesdames Brohan, Connelly and O'Ryan ; Mesdames Mullett, Dowling and Miss O'Brien ; Mesdames H. Murphy, J. Murphy and Miss Donnait ; Mondamos Cloke, Stumpf, Misset» Mead and Sharp: Miss Dow noy. Mr. Morushoad catered in his usuitl first-class style, and the ladies and their assistants were most assiduous in their atten- tions to their guests. Tea over, the tables were cleared away and the hall placed in order for...

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A SERIOUS SUBJECT. FOR YOU, FOR ANYBODY — SYDNEY HAS TAKEN IT UP-LOCAL TESTIMONY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. (From Sydney Morning Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

?Rt:n'' i SETRIOlfs SUBJECT. TOR YOU, 3?" Il AN YB 'DY - SYDNEY HAS 'TAKEN IT UÍ?-¿00ÁL TESTIMONY SPEAKS Felt ITREIJF. {From Sydney Morning\ Herald) Kidneys can't taik, hut. if you don't treat 'hem rightly y<-u «viii hear from them "' " 'They h»ve a language of their own this is h><w they tell you :- 1 When you work too hard whal foHpws ? You are tired aren't you ? * I»'s just-tho same with the kidneys they cet tirefl^ t hey have an much to do. You istoojp over at sotne occupation. Y-Mi strain yourself lifting. You wilie too fur or ride too far. " . You . oall this over-exertion. You .cannot, sleep when night onrnes. Your h a« lr nches. Your head acheB, .-often you ache all over. Oh, you say, it's because I'm tiree out. Now this isn't right; it's because youi kidneys are tired. "They cnn do only so much, and th« lifting, stooping..straining or exortiny hae retarded their HCH'OD. The he«rt has pumped the blood into them raster than the j' eau filter it. The f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

Nine Years' Indigestion. Recommends Clements Tonic as a Most Wonderful Cure. A prominent mail contractor endorses the value of Clements Tonic. Mr. D. O. McIntyre, moil contractor, Kempsey, New South Wales, writes on June 8'b, 1896 :-It {rives mo groat pleasure to state that, after suffering from i nfl i (ration for nine years. I have been oured by Clement« Tonio. I only tunk six bottles, when T found I could oat and digest (ny food. B^foro tok- ing Clements Tonic evey I hin «r I at« mnde me feel miserable. I did not know what tn do with myself. I wanted to lie down ell the time, but now I go about my work quito lively. In f;iot, I nm quito n différent tnnn, and in conclno«ion T wish to state that I oun willi all conßlence rncmmend Clements Tonio tis n most wonderful euro for indiges- tion, and I hopo that tho thousands who suffer from it will give OlomentR Tonio a trial, and moot with tho same result ns T. With host wishet-lfor your prosperity, nal. am, yours gratefully, D. 0 MoINTY...

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A CONTESTED WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

A CONTESTED WILL. AT the Probate Court, Sydney, on Tuesday last, before Judge Walker, an application was made on behalf of James Brown for pro bate of the will of the late Alexander Neen. i M r. Gordon and Mr, Manning (instructed by j Mr. J. PI. Marsden) appeared in support of the application, and ¿Mr. Thompson (in- structed by Messrs. Mackenzie and Mac- kenzie) objected on behalf of Elizabeth Neen, widow of the testator, on the, grounds of alleged undue influence having been exer- cised and that at the time of making his will the testator was not in a proper disposing mind. The circumstances in this case were some- what out of the common. On December 29th, 1897, the testator, who was then an old man, was admitted to the Liverpool Benevolent Asylum, and on the following day the attendant discovered in his possession bank deposits receipts for between £800 and £900. The documents were handed for safe keeping to the clerk of the institution, and Neen entered into an agreement to pay f...

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SKETCHER. MONEY THAT GOES BEGGING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

'> ' ' --8BBX0E3B. _ - --fr- - - niMONEY THAT GOES BEGGING. i - Bo mnch ia heard nowadays of diminished incomes and the struggle for wealth that it is surprising to learn that many thousands of pounds in the way of interest and divi- dends ure yourly left, uncollected by those entitled to them. The fact came out in a convocation with the secretary of a 'arge financial institution in the City of London. 'Sain- »his gentleman to tho writer: "''Tho yearly addition to the funds in our hands in the way of unclaimed dividends and intereFt, is about five hundred pounds on au average, only a small amount, however, as compured with tho same items in tho accounts bf other firms 1 know of. The bulk of this Tuaolaiined money is represented by dividends on the chares of American railway companies and interest on the bonds of foreign corpora- tions generally. In the first case-railway share«-many millions of dollars of these are held in America, and, unlike English shares, they do not have to ...

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