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VIENNA BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

VIENNA BREAD. Take ono pound of Vienna flour, one pound of beat biscuit flour, and a pinch of salt, and put into an ear then wai o bowl largo ooough to hold three times Thi9 quantity of flour. Rub in two ounces of fro.-*h butter, dissolve an ounce of Gorman yoa«t by mixing it wich a teaspoonful of sugar, add gradually a pint of lukowarm milk and two well-beaten eggs. Mix tho liquid with the flour, and knead Wfcll until tho dough ts smo >th and lithe Score it with a knife, cover it with a clean towel, and leave it in a warm plaoo whero it will be froo from any current of air. In the Hum- mer it may porhaps stand on tho kitchen table, but in <>old »ve ithor it ahould bo plaoud on tho fonder. It will probably bo miffi oieutly risen in about a oouplo of hours. Make it into plaits, r"UN, or oroHOonts, and brush tho top with '.'eaton egg, and bako in a quiok o von tor rathor moro than a quarter of an hour. I'o make a oro.HOi'iir, or horn, roll the dough into a sort of equ...

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PERSONALITIES. TROUBLES OF A KING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

TROUBLES OF A KINO Princess Philip of Sax-Coburg-, whose - scandais have been HO prominently before the pnblio during recent months, has reached the end of her wanderings at last. The King of the Belgians hus obtained the assent of the Emperor of Austria to her transfer from an Austrain private asylum to Brussels. Much public sy mpathy will be felt for Eling Leopold, who, after so many years of solici- tude for his demented sister tho Empress Maximilian, has now to undertake the care of a second rojal lunatic in his own daughter.

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NATURALIST. THE JAGUAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

_ ) . -« THE JAGUAR. Among the curions doings of animals I have seen, none interested me more than that observed by me one night on the banks of tho upper Magdalena Uiver in Columbia, South Amerioa. We were camped on tho margin of a little creek not far from where its waters mingled with those of the river, and at a' point far from any villages or houses. ' We had finished our evening meal, and I was enjoying my customary smoke under the toldilla, or netting, and chatting with my Indian companions, when, suddenly, the most awful aeries of catoalls that I had ever heard disturbed our peace and the night air; A prolonged yowl, like the united voices of all tho cats on all the roofs ot a largo town, made tbe cold chills creep up and down my spine and gooaeflesb to run all over me. ' What ia it ?' I asked one of the men. ' El tigre, senor !' (The tiger, sir !) he replied; * va a pasar el rio ' (he ia going to oross the river). ' Let him cross if he wants to,' said 1 ; ' but why does he ...

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TRAVELLER. A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

A PUZZLE. : ' Aberdeen Univeraity is in the onriouu position of having a professor of biblical oritioism who delivers no lectures, draws his pay, and cannot be got rid of. Soon after his appointment, about five years ago, it was found that Professor Johnston's lectures were, to put it mildly, entirely inadequate to their purpose. Even tho students protested against the travesty of teaching which was forced opon them ; and a couple of years ago the Senate recommended that the Profeesor ' should bo requested to withdraw from his chair upon a retirirg allowance. But hero a diffioalty presented itself. For the Univer eity statutes give no power of pensioning a profossor who has filled bia chair for leas than ten years, and the Senate has been looking about in vain for a fund wherewith to bribe Professor Johnston to make way for a com- petent ßueot seor. J'y suis, j'y resto is tho motto of that gentleman, and he refuses to budge without a pension. Wherefore, at present, the Aberdeen stud...

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QUEEN ANNE'S BOUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

QUEEN ANNE'S BOUNTY. On April 3, 1704, Queen Anne prorogued lier Parliament until the 4th of the ensuing July, and it was this session which woe noticeable as tho one in which the bill was pasted respecting an important reform in the distribution of Church moneys, namely, Bums called tho 'first fruits,' and 'tenths.' The Crown had collected these ever since the Reformation, and no good use has ever boen made of the money, whioh amounted to some sixteen thousand pounds per annum. Bis- hop Burnet determined to bring before Anne'b notice the necessity of some settle- ment respecting this misused sam. He showed hin sovereign that some hundreds of .oures' were not worth twenty pounds a year, and that many clergy received bat thirty, and suggested that a Charter should be drawn up, settling the 'first fruits' and 'tenths' on the poor livings. Some opposition was created to chis measure, but the Queen insisted on But net's propositions being put In force. This gift has earned the title of ...

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WAS IT PROBABLE? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

WAS IT PROBABLE? Part of tho boyhood of Bishop Barry WEB spent at boarding Bohool, where, during his firer term, he was allowed £2 as pucket money. HÍB mother on giving it to him requested an exact account of Iiis daily ex- penditures. He tried to keep his word, but sometimes forgetting to post the items for days together, it wat) difficult to recall them, and. he invented au abbreviation correspond- ing very nearly to sundries whioh appearod pretty regularly throughout his account. When Mrs Barry first looked over her boy's acoount book on IIÍH return, sho was much pleasbd at thu mont frequently recurring ¡tem of expense, and inquired how ho had been led io take to strong an interest in tho ORUHO of missions. Adtonmhed in his turn, ho de- clared ho had not given a penny to naissions. 4 But surely,' exolaimed Mrs Barry, * the Society for tho Propagation of tho Goapol is missionary work, and 1 find that moro thun half your money hun boen given in t-uaall bums to S. P. Gr.' 4 S. T. G....

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A WONDERFUL OBSERVATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

A "W ONDERFÜL OBSERVATORY. Queen Margherita of Italy, who spends several weeba every year on Mount Rosa, is regarded as the prime mover in the work started some little time back of ereoting an observatory on that mountain's summit. The ottervatory will be higher than the one erected at Mont Blanc, and higher than , any other in Europe. It will be built in the rook and not in the ice ; its cost is estimated at over eight thousand pounds, and its height sixty metres.

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INCONGRUOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

INCONGRUOUS. Many years ago Maria Ancona was a well-known figure in grand opera in New York. After about thirty seasons, however, Maiia found her occupation gone. Düring the whole of that time her husband Pietro had led the male, and she herself the female cmorus,. Finally Pietro died ; another was given his position and Maria was dismissed to make way for the newcomer's wife, who, ac- cording to tradition, must lead the 'ladies to the left.* But Maria was equal to the emergency. Resuming her iprosaio every-day name of Mrs. Rebecca Cohen she prooeeded to set up in business as a dealer in second-hand clothes. Her operatic experience had familiarised her with the names of all the wealthiest ladies in the city, each of whom received a neatly printed circular of the usual kind, announcing that Mrs. Cohen, late Maria Anoona, would call upon her in tho hope of being able to purehuse some of her oast-off clothes. Strange as it may seem to some people, the new departure proved a speedy and ...

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SKETCHER. THE HAUNTED HOUSE AT EUSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

THE HAUNTED HOUSE AT EUSTON. The story of the haunted house near Euaton has brought forth a orop of curious inquirían, eomo bold spirits having even volunteered to oooupy it, and one gentleman , being desirous of taking it aa a repidence. It need hardly be said that the fantastically attired conjuror, whose photograph the Sooloh M.P. found in tho hou*>e, and whom he subsequently confronted personally at a party in Belgravia, baa not again been heard of, but the manifestation, it seems, did not disappear with him. Unaccounted sounds were heard nightly until some weeks ago, whon tho third family of oooupants mado a precipitous flittiug. O.io lady who ha« bean interviewed tulls of a teriiblo night she spout in tho house as a guest of a family who oooupied it some two years ago. Hbo Bays, ' I am u-ually a sound »leeper, but in that house on my fimt and only vibit, about one a.m., 1 was awakened by a feeling that somebody had drawn their hands across my tum plea. Looking up I saw, gli...

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GIVE UP AND GO TO BED. (From Evening News, Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

GIVE UP AND GO TO BED. {From Evening JVews, Sydney.) The joys of life are ita comedies. The miseries aro it* tragedies. Misery in the back is not a coraody-you do Dot laugh. It's a.tragedy,-or may be. A family are a row of bricks. Knock down the first one, the head of tho family, And the rest are oarried down with him. The cual runs out--the flour has gone. This is not a comedy. Not pleasant to think about. .But it's true, tiene, time.tioie and again. People hide their misery,-du not want you to know of it. A lame baok has been a tragedy often. Lame back means kidney disease. Kidney disease means, can't work. No work means distress, very, very often. You've read a great deal about lame hack. lu fact 3'ou are tired rending about it." That's because you're well, may be. Did you ever have a.lame back? No. Well, when you get it, you will not wonder we talk so much about ir. We oure lame backs, - aro doing it all the time. Doan'8 Backache Kidney Pills cure every case of every kind of kid...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8TH, 1898. (Before Messrs. Vallance, Braine and Bell, J'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SICPT. 8TJI, 1898. (Before Messrs. Vallance, Braine and Bell, J'sP.) Joseph Will motte, of Bonnyrigg, was charged afc the instance of Henry Bryant with stealing a hive of bees, on tho liOth August last. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr. Lander appeared for complainant and Mr. Marsden for defendant. Complainant, on oath, stated : I reside at Bonnyrigg ; at 2 a.m. on tho day in question my son woko ni« up and I went to the window and saw defendant, who was then coming towards the bee-box ; I saw him take the bee-box, turn it up side down and carry it away off the premises in the direction of his house, which is about three-quarters of a mile off; next morning I saw the bee-box inside my fence one hundred and fifty yards . from where defendant took it : it was a clear moonlight night and I could make no mis- take ; I have known defendant for three years and could not mistake him. By Mr. Marsden : He had a light hat and dark clothes on at the time ; the...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. Flowers of Hoxton Park passed through the town Sydney wards with a big load of vegetables on Monday last. MR. V. Parkes, M P., who was compelled to seek re-election owing to his appointment to ¿he position of Postmastor-Genrrol, has boen returned unopposed. Local opponents and supporters alike congratulate Mr. Parke« upon his accession to the Ministry. AT tho last meeting of the local council Alderman Smith took exception to Alderman Christiansen indulging in the "fragrant weed" during tho council's deliberations. The exception was accepted good-humoredly by the delinquent, who immediately ex tinguished the "bumper." AT a recent meeting of tho Liverpool Agricultural Society, Mr. J. Wilson tendered his resignation as secretary. Overtures wero subsequently made to Mr. Wilson to alter his determination, but he declined. His action is due to some unfavorable comment upon him in his oflicial capacity by a member of the committee. WK have received a copy of the " Wi...

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HOUSEKEEPER. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

,1 v-_ HOUSEHOLD HINTS. -Buttermilk will tako out mildew. Hot water and fine coals will clean bottles.: Serape pots arid kettles with a breadknife. » The best glads towels are made from old napkins and tablecloths. Clean zinc with hot soapy water, then» polish with kerosene. Keep big lumps of charcoal in dark, damp corners to purify the air. Lamps, lanters, etc., made of wrought iron, may be easily cleansed with a piece of cotton? rag just moistened with kerosene. A thermometer which can be fastened on. the outside of an oven door is useful in bak- ing souffles or delicate dishes, as it does* away with the need of opening the door tüL. the article is done.

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CUISINE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

CUISINE. A favourite accompaniment to fish is bat* ter melted over the fire, and taken off jost; as it ia beginuing to brown. A few drops of lemon juioo and some salt should be added', before serving. Brain Patties.-Take calves' brains whioh havo been boilod, minoe them, finely, add a bard boiicd egg ohopped small, a little ^ minced parsley, a grate of lemon peel, a pinch of powdered mace,, aud popper and salt to taste- Moisten either with oream, gravy, or with butter. .Line some patty", pans with puff paste, fill in with the mix- turo, moiateu the edges, and then put paste covers over. Brush tho patties over with yolk of egg, and bake in a quick oven fifteen.' minutes, or less.

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SHE PLAYS THE PIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

SHE PJÙAYS THE PIPES. Tho next piper to oheer soldiers in coming battles moy possibly be a woman, for Miss Elaine Tolior, a young ludy resident in California, has beoon»o such, an export at bagpipe-playing, that she is in groat domand all ulong the coast to giro culour to tho SatheiingH of tho men ii no tho laud o' Burns. Eies Toll or, though born in America, oom os of Scottish btook, her father being an Ayr- shire uian who traces his anooatry to Robert JBxnoe. Miss Telfor is a slightly-built maiden, but Bhe oarries herself with the proverbial state- liness of the piper, and marches to the tunes she plays. She is fairly ablaze with medals and decorations whioh havo been bestowed upon her by the admiring Scottish sóoieties oí California. It would be no new thing to see women in battle, for many oases have been reoorded of their going through campaigns, and fighting as bravely as any of the troops they served with. Women of almost every nationality in Europe have done so, though Frenc...

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A ROYAL NURSE'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

A ROYAL NURSE'S GRAVE. A monument has juafc been erected in Kensal-green cemetery, some distance behind the chapel, by the Queen and the members of the Royal family, over the grave of Mrs Thurston, who nursed all her Majesty's ohildren between the years 1845 and 1867. It is a graceful and striking wheel cross in grey marble standing upon a base of three solid blooks of the same stone, which rest upon a slab covering the grave, the height being 7ft. The wheel bears in bas-relief, in pure white marble, a singularly pathetic re- presentation of a nurse shielding two young ohildren in the folds of her cloak from the wind that visits them too roughly. The de- sign and modelling are alike beautiful and sympathetic, and suggest the artistic hand of the Princess Louise, to whose cultivated taste and kindly nature the form ot the memorial is understood tc be due. On the upright shaft are engraved the following words : Her life is hid with Christ in Clod, beyond the reaoh of harm. In grateful...

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KEEPER OF THE REGALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

KEEPER OF THE RE Gr ALIA. The appointment of Sir Hugh Henry Gough, G.O.B., as Custodian of tho Regalia at the Tower of London, in succession to the late Sir Fred Middleton, is, it is believed, the first instance of an officer who hna had all his service-and fighting-with the Army of India being selected for the honour. Sir Hugh, who is a scion of tho family of Sir Hugh Gough, of Peninsular, China, and Punjab fame -and afterwards first Baron of that title-a third eon of the late George Gough, Ebq,., B.C.S., of RathronanhouBe, county Tipperary, born Nov. 14, 1833, and at the age of twenty became cornet in the Indian army, being posted to the 3rd Ben- gal cavalry early in 1854. His fighting re- cord is a grand one ; and in 1858, at Jalalabad, Lucknow, he had two horses killed under him, was shot through the helmet, and was severely wounded. Tho office of Keeper of the Crown Jewels is not a military post, as seems to be gener- ally supposed, says the * World,' but it is a Household plac...

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MILK ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

MILK ROLLS. To sight ounoes of dry flour mix a little-' salt, and two ounoes of fresh butter ; add half au ouuoe of Germany yeas* and an egg beaten with a small oup of milk, which, should ha warm but not hot. When mixed to a firm dough, oovar it up well in tho samo pan to rise, in a warm place, and when risen malie into rolla and buko qutokly. The rolls may bo brushed over with tho white of an egg before they are put on the baking tin Bake for a quarter of an hour in a brisk; oven.

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FRENCH ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

FRENOH ROLLS. To every pound of fine white flour allowa an ounoe of batter, a pint of milk, a largo-i teaspoonful of yeast, and a pinoh of salt, y Fut the butter in the milk and make warm, then add it to tho yeast and salt, and mix all well together. Then stir these ingre ' dion ts into tho flour, and let the dough rise, keeping if covered, and in a warm plaoo. Knead it well, shape into rolls, let them risa i again for a few minutes, ard bake in a quiok I oven for twenty mi nut OB. When done bruah* lightly over with the white of an egg to glv»>< a glazed uppearaLoo.

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A NEW CHIMNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

A. NEW CHIMNEY. An ingenious method of making ohimneys has recently been invented. Ic looks very well on paper, and may prove serviceable in houses where there is extreme solidity in the construction, or whore it oan bo so arranged that vibration is reduced to a minimum. Tho ohiuiney is made of seotions of pipe, after the fashion of the ordinary drain-tile. The seotions are set over ono another with laps like joint* of stove-pipe. There aro inner flues for oold air, in onsoquenue of which, the outside of tho pipe is not likely to be overheated. The objection to this ohimuey is that, as In high winds buildings sway moro or less, the pipe is liable to be orushod and become extremely dangerous on aooount of cracks and flaw*. The ordinary brick ohim- uey is in itnelf a support to a oheaply coustruoted dwelling ; but this new device neither furnishes supp >rl nor yields in any way to the oscillation of a building in a high wind.

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