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A LADY 80 YEARS OLD CURED BY BILE BEANS. SUFFERED FOR FORTY YEARS. DISCHARGED FROM A HOSPITAL INCURABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

A LADY 80 YEARS OLD CURED BY ft BILE BEANS. SUFFERED FOR FORTY YEARS. DISOHARQED FROM A HOSPITAL INCURABLE. From time to time many wonderful cures f have been placed to the credit of Bile Beans for ; Biliousness, we have now to chronicle tho I, marvellous case of an old lady of 80 summer?, (who has suffered the most excruciating agony tfor the past forty years. Her name is Mrs. i Bridget M'Arney, of Gibson Street, Bowden, i Adelaide, where a reporter of the Adelaide \ Advertiser interviewed her on Monday, Juue 20th, 1898. Mrs. M'Arney is a typical daughter of the "Emerald Isle." She has lired at her present address for nearly nine years, and in the district for seventeen years, and is very widely known. " Tell you the story of my illness ?" she said, in response to a ; preliminary question ; "certainly 1 will, with pleasure.'' " Well, about forty years ago I.became very ill. I suffered from severe pains in the head, j cliesfc and stomach, and used to have bad fits i¡ of retching, an...

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

ALCOHOL. ODO of the most interesting' and important subjects whioh fall to be noted under the head of foods and feeding in health and .disease is that of uloohol-its plaoe and * power on the dietio list. We may, therefore try to discover whother alcohol ia a food or not, and whether it caD be said to be of ser- vice to man in health and in disease. 1 beg that my readers will very dearly understand our position hero. We are not diaoussing alcohol from any point of view save that of science. Hero we have nothing to do with questions of abstinence or teetotalism, but simply to investigate what alcohol 'is and what it does, in the same way in whioh we might try to discover what toa is, or what coffee is, and what action each exerts upon the human body. What science has to say about alcohol is all in favour of temperance, I think. Science may not declare that ab- stinence is invariably and always beneficial, or that under any and all circumstances alcohol is a poinon and a anare. Thoso a...

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PERSONALITIES. GOT WHAT HE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

-^ GOT WHAT HE WANTED. A good but little-known story oonoerning Bismorok in bygono days illustrates well his unfailing resource as also his oool determi- nation to get his own way. When ho was fulfilling bis duties as Prus- sian delegate) to tho Federal Diet at Frank- fort he took apartments in a patrician's house in that city. Hie host sóorotly hold the Prussians in tho utmost contempt, and when BifUHurck applied to him for a bell to ho fixed up in his servant's rosin, he answered that if Bismarck wuntod a bell, he must put it up (Lt his own expense. A few days later a loud report of firearms was hoard in the delegate's room. The landlord rushed upstairs and found Bismarck seated at his dO«k boforo a pile of documents, with his pipo in his mouth. A smoking pistol lay on the tablo. . For the love of heavon,' gasped the landlord, ' what hos happonod P' 4 Nothimr, nothiug whatever, I assuro you,'annworod Bismarck quietly. 4 Don't alarm yourself in tho least. I was only oalling my serv...

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SHE WAS TOO CURIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

SHE WAS TOO CURIOUS. We are informed that King Hiimbflrt lately received tho following letter from an Italian school girl : . Dear Mister King,-I have often beard people talk about tho splendid robea of the Queen, and I should be so glad of the enanco to admire them at leisure. lam told, however, that the Queen is away from home just now; but no doubt you have got the Keys to her wardrobes. As it happens we are now having our holiday*, so that I have lots of spare timo. Do, pipase, allow me to see all those fine things, dear Mister King, and drop me a line to say when I am to oall. -(Signed) Marietta Leoni, pupil in the fifth olaes.' To this ingenuous epir.tle, so worthy of a ourioua daughter of Mother Eve, the King is . reported to have sent the subjoined ' reply :- > * My dear Marietta,-Your . King, while sending you hi» kind regards, thinks it but right to tell you that he does not altogether approve of so keen a curiosity on the part of a young person like yourself. Besides, ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. HGW WOMEN LOOK ON WHEELS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

HGW WOMEN JüOOK ON WHEELS. There is the «irl who site unsteady on her saddle and wobbles from her waist up like a badly made blanc-mange. There is the girl who leans far forward in imitation of the ' scoroher,' and fondly imagines she looks profesional and is gain- ing speed in that position. There is tho girl who leans far back, her body at an angle of forty-five degrees, arid 'drives' her wheel as a modern Jehu does his horse There is the girl who rides wearing a worried look, seeing neither to tho right nor to the left. She bows not to her mother, nor to her father, nor yet to the stranger within her gates. There ia tho scrawny und pcragery girl built on the architectural plan of a hat rack, riding to gain a little needed avoirdupois. There is the girl who grasps the handle bars with a clutch of death, and wouldn't let them go for ali the gold of Indies or of Or. There is the girl who rides jauntily, ereot and steadily on a high saddle, puiding her wheel with one hand, tho other ...

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NOVEL. A Question of Courage CHAPTER IX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

NOVEL. -.- A By FRANCIS LYNDS, CHAPTER IX.-(CONTINUED.) , At last, when the travail of suggestion had become well-nigh unbearable in its ! hopeless insistence, he stumbled over the lpg ; at the s«*me instant, as if the shock had opeced the door of his understandingj a possible solution of the problem, clear and distinct in every detail, flashed upon him like an inspiration, and ho threw himself down on the sand to watch for the coming ^of the daylight, praying wich what faith 'there""wa8 in him for strength and dexterity / to enable him to earn his freedom quioMy» CHAPTER X. A DIVEBBITY OÉ1 0PINI0NB. Kind-hearted Mrs Ludlow, overflowing with the sympathy which is the meed of \ troubled lovers at the hands of affectionate .and disinterested womankind the world over, -Waited impatiently for her guest, to make his appearance on the morning following- his excursion with the colonel. Breakfast was ready and waiting, and the small hostess hovered abont the table, doftly arran ari ag the c...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

,": FÂB1 MU MAURI . ' ORIGINAL ARTICLES ' 2fo; 49.-THH OBANOE (oontinued)--FOUNI IN A FBI OA,. INDIA AND OHINA-VABIE TIES AND SPKOIKS - SUBDIVISIONS TBEOBTES BEBPEOTINO DIFFKIÍHN0H3 DIS CUSSED-CONTRASTS-LATITUDE-Soil. - OBANÖKS OBOWN IN THE AZOBES AWI . ZN MALTA OOMPABED-GBNEBAI. RE f atAEKS. The orange is said to have been found bj the Portuguese upon the east coast of Africa but it is not known -whether it had beer indigenous there or disseminated by th< Arabs. When the Portuguese reaohec India they founú the orange there, and als( in China, which wus viöitod for the first tim« by sea in the early part of the sixteen tl century. ±Jut in whatever way oranget were first introduced into those purta of th« world of which they aro not natives, they are now very widely diffused, and wherovei they are found they are among the mosl ornamental of trees and the most delightful of fruits. The species and varieties have also been greatly multiplied, but whether from their proneness...

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SHORT STORY. The Mystery of Berry Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

... -? The "Mystery oí Berry Hall. My Dear Old Man,-Shan't see you on , c Sunday, as I'm off to Berry-in-the-Wold, . to stay with Angela's people. She tells me that the invitation is a great sign of relent- ing on the pater's part, so I couldn't refuse, even had I wished to do. It seems that old Eivers believes I am after the dear girl's money. He will not sanction our engage- ment ; but, luckily for me, Angela is too plucky to quail "before his opposition. Last week ho rushed up to me, and, forgetting to bo stiff, began to tell me about his latest bargain. He is always * doing ' somebody. He has taken Berry Hall, a fine old country mansion, for a year certain, at a ridiculously low rent. Either the absentee proprietor is mad, or there's something mightily wrong with this Berry Hall ! Perhaps the ghosts of dead and gone tenants dance at midnight in the drawing room, wander through the gardens, or parade the terraces. I can't afford to question. I congratnlated my future father-in-la...

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FAIRLY WELL ISN'T WELL ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 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 you have earned your money. Very good. Now imagine that when Saturday night comes your employer hems and haws, and wants to put you off with fifteen. ? I'll bo bound you , would think yourself hardly tieatcd. What are the great strikes in this country commonly about? , Why, in some fashion they .are about, wages or hours ; it comes to the same thing. Be it under- stood that the writer uses this fact as an illustra ? tion of another fact-that is all. What is that other fact ? We will work it out of tho following personal statement. " Nearly all my life," says Mrs. Sarah Dalby, I have been suivjept to attacks of biliousness, accompanied with sickness, but got on fairly,well up to the early part of 1882. At this time I.began to feel heavy; dull, and tired, with an all-gone, sinking sensation. My skin was sallow, and the whites of my' eyes of a ye...

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

MINORCA EGGS, 5s. YOUNG MUSCOVIES, any age. S. SMITH, Allen's Farm, Cabramatta Viaduct. A BOOH TO LADIES. Madame Bilton's Famous Female Remedy for all ir- regularities and obstructions, from whatever cause arising (and no matter of how long standing), acts almost imme- diately, does not interfere with household duties, and will not injure the most delicate. Over twenty thousand cases success- fully treated. Particulars and proofs sent freo on receipt of »tamped addressed envelope. All letters aro hold as strictly private and confidential.-Mrs. Bilton, 13 Bond-st., Sydney.. -- Mu. J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has estab- lished an ollice in tosvn, adjoining Mrs. Hat ton's boot and shoe warehouse, where he may bo consulted any evening between tho hours of 6-30 and 8 o'clock. Portraits of some N.S.W. Men and Women Cured, when-Ordinary Medicine Failed, by No Remedy ever Discovered has effected so many Wonderful Cures. --Neuralgic Pains and Anaemia. "I am now nearly eighteen years of age," s...

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DANGER IN TINNED FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

DANGER IN TINNED FRUIT. OPEN a tin of poaches, apricots, cherries, or other fruit-for all fruit ÍH acidulous - lot it stand for some time, and tho fruit; acids nnd the tiu aro ready to do their work of poison- ing:. A chemical knowledge that tells j nut how tho dangerous compound is created ÍH unnecessary to un avoidance °*! tho peril. Tho rule to follow is never to malen lemonade or other acidulated drinks in a tiu vessel, or allow thorn lo stand in such ; and in tho enso of tinned fruit or fish, upon opening tho tin immodiutolv turu tho contents out on un earthenwaro ¡dato, or in a ililli that is made of earthen ware or gltiss. fruits in hormel i otilly-sealed tins, if rightly prepared, gorininut" no p"Hon. As s mn as opeuod, tho action of tho acid on tho tin, with tho aid of tho air, begins, «iud in n short timo th« result is deadly poison. This hriof treat- ment, of tho question should bu ri'tnom*'or«d by ovoryoue, and it« instruc- tions followed. For Cousumptivo Goughs tn ko Wo...

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

Impurities of the Blood. Until these purifying Pill« have had a fair trial, let no one fcc longer oppressed with the notion that his malady ii in- curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse thu torpid liver, reliuve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer on «very function healthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole sysiem, Without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder as the liver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity oil the .stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick headache, and ciïact a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by CKcess of any kind, whether mental or physical, the affects of tkest Pills ar...

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

POSTAL INFORMATION. I MAILS nre despatched from Liverpool Post Office .daily (Sundays excepted), as fol Iowa: Sydney, Parramatta, and Glenfieldj 9*30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. Sydney, 12*30 p.'m. Campbelltown, Camdon, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5*30 p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, nt 9'30 p.m. On every Tuesday and Saturday mails are des- patched for Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 noon. On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling* P.O., with letters for the Northern and Western-lines, at 9'iJO. On Sundays mails ure despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 5 ¡p.m. WAILS are received at the Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays'excepted), as follows: Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. afc 8 am. . Moorbank, 9'4S a. m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12'45 p.m. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Preston's, 5*55 p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granv...

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

In Norway, persons who have noe been vaooinated are not allowed to vote at any eleotion. . The starch shoald be washed out of all coloured or thin dresses before they are. put away. They will last twice as long if .put away rough-dried, as they will if put away ready for next summer. In the chief square of Belgrade, Servia, innumerable little frogs hop about as uh oonoernedly as if they were far away in the oountry. How they oame there and how they survive no one seems to know. French advices from New Caledonia report the discovery of a rich band of pearl oyster off the coast of the island . An ex- pedition is tn be fitted out in France.to .proceed to the island and work the bank. The horse is a short-lived animal, but when oarefully kept and allowed to spend a great deal ot its time in pasture, it has been known to live past tho age of forty years. The trouble with horses is that they are fed for hard work, consequently their feet and their digestion wear out. Eighteen to twenty-fo...

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MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

M UN" IC IP A L. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. A M BETING, of the above was hold at the Canley Vale Hall on Thursday evening:. Present.-the Mayor (Alderman Stimson) and Aldermen Telfer, Asimos, Simpson, Westacott and Linley. A letter was received from Mr. Zani drawing attention to the state of the Canley Vale-road,- opposite his property, and asking that the road be formed from Hnmphrey'8-roacl to Kolln's. The Mayor reported that he had received information from the De- partment of Public Instruction to the effect that fresh tenders were being invited for the erection of a weatliershed and plans prepared for a new school at Canley Vale, The Finance Committee's report, recommending payment of varions ac- counts, was adopted ; as also was the dayman's report- The half-yearlv balance-sheet, allowing a credit balance of £80 123 5d. was read, and, to- gether with thc auditors' report, adopted. In reply to Alderman Telfer, the Mayor said that notions' could be done in the matter of a fideli...

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THE HOXTON PARK ROAD. PUBLIC MEETING AT HOXTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

THE HOXTON PARK ROAD. PUBLIC MEETING AT HOXTON PARK. A PUBLIC meeting: was held at the Post Office, Hoxton Park, on Friday evening, 26th ultimo, to . consider and determine upon thc best methods to be adopted with a view to having Hoxton Park- man" placed ina trafficable condition. The Mayor (Alderman Morcshead) presided and about 100 persons wore present, including Messrs. S. E. Lees and V. Parkes, M's.P., Aldermen Cole, Chapman, Christiansen and Smith, Messrs. Gregg and McClure and n thoroughly representative gathering of local residents. Apologies for non-attenclanoc were received from Mr. Kidd, M.P., and Messrs. McDowell and Robertson,each of whom expressed their willingness to assist in the movement. The chairman said the meeting had been con- vened, by order of the council, in order to place the position of that body, in respect to thc Hoxton Park-road, before the residents and consult with them as to what was thc best to be done under the circumstances. The revenue from Hoxto...

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

THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH Gives up His Work. S5CK, SUFFERED and SAVED. Thc Case of wir. wm. MCCARTHY. (From the Windsor and Richmond Gazette). BY OUR 8PKCIAL REPOKTËB. Information having been conveyed to the Gazette thutMr. McCurthy hadrecovctv dfiom A Very Serious it In ess, we nt once detailed a reporter to make full enquiries into the matter, and also to per- sonally interview McCarthy himself on thc subject. When our reporter arrived at McGrath's Hill, near Windsor, he fourni ?whom he sought, powerfully wielding a sledge hammer in his forge. The way that Mr. McCarthy lifted up tho heavy sledge ns though it weighed but a few ounces quite astonished our reporter, for he hud expected te ii nd the blacksmith in A Weak State of Health. " How do you feel, asked our reporter ?" " Never felt bett cr in my life," replied tho blacksmith, and he put down his hnimuer and entered straight away into a conver- sation. " You ask nie what was the matter with me," said Mr. McCarthy, " well, that is ...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1898. INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. ""SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1898. INQUEST. AN inquest, touching the death of Hector McKinnon, a well-known resident of Glen- field, who died on the 26th ultimo at the Liverpool Asylum, whither he had been con- veyed a few days before in a critical con- dition, was held afc the Court; House, before Mr. W. H. Mackenzie, J.P., District Coroner, on Saturday last, when the follow ing evidence was adduced. Daniel McGarry, on oath, stated : I am a vi negro wer and reside at Glenfield ; I re- cognise the body lying dead at the Asylum as that of Hector McKinnon, who earned his living by wood-cutting ; deceased came to my placé on Friday, 19fch ultimo and paid some money; he brought; a bottle of rum and we drank it; he was sober afc the time and pressed me to go to the Cross Roads Hotel where he said he had arranged with a man to plough some land; I went with bim and we had several drinks at the hotel, where we remained till about noon on Sunday, when we left, t...

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EXTORTION THROUGH 'BREACH OF PROMISE.' [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

EXTORTION THROUGH « BREACH OF PROMISE.' » It may come as a startling revelation to rheor that certainly twenty-five per cent of .'the claims for damages for breach of promise >of marriage that are made m the course of every year are barefaced swindles-mere blackmailing affairs that are either ' settled out of court,' or withdraw^ at the last .moment. V,v.'It is the truth, I assure you-T have lmown many cases of breach of promise that have been the veriest swindles in tho world,' «aid an eminent solicitor to tho writer. ' I have known such oases in which large sums of money have beeu claimed, wher» the claimant had never spoken u dozen words to 'the defendant, and, perhaps, only met him Casually on one occasion, over public-house bar, or in a restaurant. I don't wonder that ÎbU are surprised, since tho faot was un nbwn to you. Of course, it is blackmail Jure and Bimple, or perhaps I should say laokmail corrupt and complicated. Lot me 'cito 8 ease in.which I was conoernod, just tb ...

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SO UNGRATEFUL! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 3 September 1898

SO UNGRATEFUL! Monsieur Legouvo, the French writer tells a charming story of his distinguished countryman, Scribe. Un one occasion the great dramatist was visiting at the country house of a friend, and the evenings were spent over English novels, which were read aloud by the English governess residing with the family. One evening the young lady paused for. a moment, when she had finished a ohapter. ?* Ah,' she said, with a sigh, ' if 1 could only realise my dream !' * And what is your dream ?' asked Soribe. The little governess blushed. 4 To have, somo day-after a long, long time- an income of twelve hundred francs, so that I might have independence and reBt !' Several days afterward, as tho last chapter of a rather insignificant novel was finished, the dramatist turned to tho reader aud said * Do you bow, I think that in this there is a pretty subject for a one-aot comedy. You have suggested the idea to me : are you willing to write the play with me P' The proposition was joyfully ...

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