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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

Liver & Kidney Trouble. The Case of fvlr. Louis Bernasconi. (»Y OUR SPKC1AL KKI'ORTER.) "I WAS seized," said Mr. Bernasconi, "with violent pains across the back." Our reporter was seated opposite the speaker in Mr. Bernaseoni'8 residence, at Guildford, near Sydney, and was taking careful notes of all that he said. "And," continued Mr. Bernasconi, "closely following upon these pains came Very Bad Headaches. I couldn't make out what was the matter with mc. I felt great lassitude and had no inclination to move about. I didn't care for my food, and when it was brought to me I told my wife to take it away, as 1 couldn't bear to look at it. If people spoke l.o nie it irritated me, for T took no interest in what they said, and I felt as though it was too much trotible to spook. At last I only said yt:-> and no when spoken to. When I stood np suddenly I should FeeS no D'izzy that I was forced to cling to my chair for support." .' Bow long did you continue in this stain?" " For ni...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1898. OPINIONS on Parliament and members differ as widely as opinions on politics. Thus at a gathering in honor of Mr. Harvey ex.-M.P. for Bligh, Mr. R. A. Price, M.P., was optimistic in his views on Parliament and regarded his fellow members as politi- cally pure and unselfish. He pictured the "pastoral simplicity, delicate self-restraint and unspotted patriotism" of legislators. This tribute to the House and its occupants was not allowed to go unchallenged, for an unregenerate citizen rose and remarked that "Parliament was: not all it was painted. There were members he would not trust with a «£5-note and they had neither personal worth nor business capacity to recommend them." While the public will hardly endorse the glowing eulogy of Mr. Price, they, will not accept the judgment of the slanderous citizen. Members of Parliament are like most mortals. They are not too good and not too bad. They are, in fact, fairly repre- se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

MINORCA EGGS, 5a. YOUNG MUSCOVIES, any age. S. SMITH, Allen's Farra, Cabramatta Viaduct. k BOON TO LADIES. Madame Bilton's Famous Female Remedy for ali ir- regularities and obstructions, from whatever cause arising (and no matter of how long standing), aclis 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 Bent free on receipt of stamped 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 au oilice in town, adjoining Mrs. Hat ton's boot and sime warehouse, where ho may be consul Led any evening between tho hours of tí'30 and 8 o'clock. For Bronchial Coughs talco Wood's Groat Popperaiiut Cure, 1/0 und 2/0. DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMY INCURABLE. CURED BY is* PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE THE REMARKABLE CASE "OF. ALFRED S I; AW; ' A RKTPOUTKR of the South Lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

LECTOÏtAL DISTRICT OE I CANTERBURY. jp I hereby notify that VARNEY P ^ ESQ., has been duly elected unopposec Member to serve in the Legislative Assembl of New South Wales for the Electoral trieb of Canterbury. CHARLES A. SCRIVENER, Returning-Oificer for Canterbury. Liverpool, Gth Sept., 1898. QOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Department of Public Works,! / Sydney, 3rd September, 1898. ATTENTION is directed to OazXte ÍNotícte inviting TENDERS for REPAIRS, &c.\ IXDOKUP, LIVERPOOL. Tendéis will bo] received up to tho 19th September, \898. j Gd-24. J. H. YOUNG. Court House, LivorpoolA 5th Septembor 1898. Tho QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT for the District of Liverpool! will bo held at the Court House, LIVERPOOL, on Thursday, the Gth October, 1891, at l l a.m. I ld-02 WILLIAM II. GOODMAN, O.P.S. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. ABSTRACT of RECEIPTS cancl DISBURSEMENTS for the Half-year ended 1st August, 1898, for General and Special Accounts under Municipalities' Act, compri...

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NOVEL. A Question of Courage CHAPTER X:—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

; NQVJ£L. , ---r-O- "?, '? ? A Question oí Courage By FRANGÍS LYNDE. -, CHAPTER X;-(Continued.) ! Hester covered her face with her hands, and the compassionate comforter saw à tear triokle down one of the shapely fingers. «There, there, Hester dear; don't ory : 1 know yon can't talk abont it yet, not even to me.' The girl looked up with oheeks. aflame. * And you know why I can't 1 It's shame- ful to even think of such a thing !' * No, it isn't,-not from my point of view; you mast remember I know some things on the other side, and if Hugh hasn't spoken it's because he has been restrained by a nobler motive than most men could find a place for. Oh, you needn't hide your face again : I'm not going to do his wooing for him ; you'll find he can do that for himself, some day, and then he'll tell you all about it.' Hester rose and crossed to the window commanding a view of rho mountain and Mrs Ludlow wont away to attend to her household duties. When she looked in an bour later, the girl wa...

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THE INQUIRER AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

THE INQUIRER AGAIN. C,I SAY, pa," said little Olarenoe Callipers, with a rising infection of one who earnestly desires to acquire important information, *' what--" Oh, I don't know," replied his long suffering sire, wearily. " Yes ; but the question I wanted to ask isn't foolish, pa." " H'm ! If it isn't foolish you may ask it. But remember, jußt one question, and no more." "Well, pa, there are two of 'em thnfc I want to oak. Ono is : Which is the smartest, the mun who kuowa enough to know that he don't know much, or tho man who knows enough to look na if ho knew everything? The other ia : If the end of tho world waa to como, and the earth would he destroyed while a man woe up in a balloon, where would he land when he oame down ? A.nd, pu, I don't know which one of 'om to ask."

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An Incident at Monte Carlo. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

In Incident at Monte Carlo Towards the close of last year, Monte Carlo was troubled by the incursion of a gang of ooiners, who managed to got rid of a con- siderable amonnt of counterfeit Frenoh money there. The Casino authorities suf- fered considerably, and it was understood that severe steps would be taken against anybody found prasenliug the spurious gold at the gaming-tables. Everybody was talk- ing about it. Harry Fordham, however, did not bother his head about the matter. The money he had brought with him was honest enough, and he had no fear of having counterfeit offered to him, for the reason that he received none at all. His one task aeomed to be to give it away. With an impulsive revolt against the sameness and sordidness of his life as a clerk in Xjondon, he had decided to mako a change for better or worse. Throwing up his situa- tion, and taking with him the few hundred pounds whioh belonged to him, he had made his way to Monta Cirio, determined to win a fortuno or-The ...

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A DANGEROUS EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

A DANGEROUS EPIDEMIC. An epidemic of influenza is at present raging in the colonies, and scarcely anyone is without at least a slight attack. This dreadful malady is one of the most tiresome and inconvenient diseases imaginable, and few seem to realise that an absolute cure for it is to be found in Bile Beans. Influenza totally incapacitates the sufferer from doing any sort of work, and life itself becomes a burden. There is, in the first place, a violent cold, generally in tho head, and a constant and violent headache is one of the most trying symptoms. Pains, too, in all parts of the body and limbs are also prominent, and a general collapse of the entire system follows. The appetite is impaired, and a sensation of weariness and total disability to even think in a connected manner is noticeable. Of course,' as this malady gains a hold on the system the symptoms become moro strongly marked, until the patient is not only in an extremely delicate, but an absolutely dangerous condition...

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HOW DIAMONDS ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

HOW DIAMONDS ARB MADE. We are indebted to the 'Pharmaceutical Era for the following graphic description of how Professor Moissau made diamonds recently at a public leoture :-'The appar- atus consisted of two blocks of burnt lime- stone set one upon tho other with an open- ing on eaoh bide for the carbon electrodes, and in the contre, just between the points of the electrodes, a smull cavity to hold the oruoible. Professor Moissau first sprinkled the cavity with powdered magnesia to pre- vent the oaloium from combining with the oavbon. Ho then put in the cruoiblo, con* taming some soft iron filings and oharcoai. He adjusted the electrodes nicely, put on thë upper block as a cover, and gave the signal to his assistants to turu on the ourront. The flames shot out on ench side, and there was sound as of the cutting of iron till the in- dicator reached 2,500, 0. Thou the elect- rodes became red hot, and flying sparks followed the llama. * The block of limestone rested on a wooden base, w...

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MEASURING WIND BY AN ÆOLIAN HARP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

MEASURING WIND BF AN iE OLIAN" HARP. The principio of tho JE Maa harp-has boen put to ßolontifto use. Prof. Oarl Barun, in Í discussing tho suuuds made by the wind whistling aarons a nlender obstacle, like 4 wire, ha> shown th ut tho velocity oould be computed from tho pitch of the noto ob- served in the case of a given diameter of wire, and for a givoa temperature of the air. By aid of a spooial iniorophonio attachment such sound oould be conveyed to any distance, and isolated from the attendant noises at the place of exposure. SJ repre- sented, th* wind wart ttWau iu every detaiL of its gusty and variable oharaoter, and the micro-auomoiuoter seemed to ba applicable I to obeervationü of this nature. Piually, the I direction of tho gnat could ba iuferrod front j the sounds obtained from three wiro» ftb ' right augles to each other.

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A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. WANTED at onoo, in every locality, nn in- telligent person to not na our Agont. No apeoial knowledge required, and without interfering with present oooupation. An excellent opportunity for a capable young man or lady-Address. Morue Manufactur- ing Oom pa ny, 3, Red Lion Oourt, Loudon, E.G. Your Grocer Icoops Wood's Grout Pepper- mint Curo for Goughs and Golds, 1/0 and 2/6.

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IN TRAFFIC CIRCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

IN TRAFFIC CIRCLES. A. few remarks from a gentleman well-known in the traffic circles of Sydney as to lu's experi- ence is sure to prove of interest to our numerous readers. We refer to Mr. John Hinnigan, of 18 Bay Street, Ultimo, Sydney-a gentleman highly respected by all his acquaintanees. This is what Mr. Hinnigan told a Sydney Worker reporter :-" My illness," said he, " started as a good many other illnesses do-with just a cold. . I didn't take much notice of it, for I've often had colds before and got rid of them in a week or so. This time, however, I didn't recover in the ordinary way, but began to get thin and weak. So I went to a chemist and got some medicine. But as, in spite of the physic, I continued to get thinner and weaker, 1 went up to the Sydney Hospital. The doctors there examined me, and told me I had a severe attack of influenza, and that I required medicine and rest. I did exactly as they ordered me, and took my medicine regularly four times a day, but I did not ...

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POETRY. FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

POETRY. FAITH. One who never turned his baok but marched breast forward, Never doubted olouds would break, , ITevor dreamed, though right were worsted, wrong would triumph, Held we fall to rise, are baffled to fight better, Sleep to wake. -ROBBET BBOWHINO.

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THE BALLAD OF THE ARMADA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

THE BALITAD OF THE ARMADA. King Philip had vaunted his claims ; He had sworn for a year he would sack us ; With ao army of heathenish names He was coming to fagot and stack us ; To the kirtles whereof he would taok us ; And shatter our ships on the main ; But we had bold Neptune to back us And where are the galleons of Spain ? His caraokes were christened of dames To kirtles whereof he would tack us ; With his saints and his gilded stern-frames ?fie had thought like an eggshell to crack us; Now Howard may get to his Flacous, And Drake to his Devon agáin, And Hawkins bowl rubbers to Bacchus- . For where are tho galleons ot Spain P Let His Majesty han tr to St. James . The axe that he whetted to Lack us ; He must play at some lustier games Or at sea he can hope to out-thwaok us . To his mines of Peru ho would paok us To tug at his bullet and chain ; Alas ! that His Greatness should lack us But where ate the galleons of Spain ? ENVOY. Gloriana !-the Don may attack us Whenever his stoma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION. |MÁ.TIS are despatched from Liverpool Post Office "aily'(Sundays excepted), as follows: Sydney,Parramatta, and Glei field, 9 30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. I: Sydney, 12*30 p.m. I ?Campbelltown., Camden., Narellan, 'GranvîHe, and I T.P.O., at 5'30 p.m. U Sydmey, Parramatta, and Granville, at 9'30 p.m. * On every Tuesday and Saturday mails are dos Jn'pato'hed for Holdsworthy and Eckersley a IS noon. I On -every Saturday night a mail is despatched to j'Travolling P.( with letters fbi- the Northern and * Western lines, ati9'30. \ On Sundays mails are 'despatched to Sydney, ! Parramatta,'Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 6 |8>-m- _ [ ¡MAIIJS are reoeïvéd .-at the Liverpool Post Office '} rdaily (Sundays excepted), as follows2 .'Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 a m. Moorbstrk, 9*45 a. m. ¡Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, 10 avm. Bonnyrigg, -l:2'<t5 p.m. Honiton Park, 9 a.m. Brin...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

*ir ORIGINAL ARTICLES ..';<. -IXù. 60.-THE LEMON-GENEKAI DESORIP V ',' TION-FÈTJIT, JUICE, IT/AVOUR-VARIK , TIES - MULTIPLIO ÍLTION - Mll/DURA ,,; L'BÍIONS-USES OF THE LEMON-THH QTTRON-SPECIES-THE THEE, LEAVES AND FRUIT - KINDS - CUXTIVATION \ VARIETIES-THE JI»TAIE-DEBOBIPTION y ? NATIVB OF ASIA-CULTIVATED IN WEST N " ' LNDIES - VARIETIES-THIS SHADDOCK .DESCRIPTION AND QUALMES-DERIVA ! TION OF NAME-RAISING- BY BUDDING} ' AND EROM SEED-ON THE CITE DUS TliIBB < . OENERAXLY. The lemon is a knotty wooded tree about; -eight feet and sometimes more1 in height, with rough bark and pale green leaves. The fruit is oblong and smooth, and the bert kinds rather thin skinned. The juice -of tiie palp is much more acid than tba*; of "tho orange and consists of oitrio aoid. J.'he 'flavour of the essential oil of the rind is also peculiar and extremely grateful. It is said "that over twenty-eight varieties are grown in Italy, the French cultivate eleven, and there are other var...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

' THE SECRET OF ITS SUCCESS. There is no doubt that we lire in an age of worry and excitement, and as the struggle for existence is anything but conducive to good digestion or an appetite that an relish anything, the palate of the average v?ork-a-day individual has to be tickled and tempted in a variety of ways. We are often lectured about the evil effects of an over- indulgence in tea or coffee, and not to men- tion intoxicating liquor«, until many people are bewildered what to turn to for a bever- age,-which shall be at once agreeable to the taste, and supply the desired nourishing and cumulating qualities. Public attention has been freolv drawn to the ajprits of Dr. Tibbies' Yi-Cooon, as supplying a long felt vaut in this direction. It ia not simply a coco«.1 hut a preparation nf two or three other ingredients'/which give it great nutritive nnd invigorating qualities. It is,' therefore, not merely a pleasant bevernge, hut a food and a tonie in the bargain. Ita sucoena has cer- ta...

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CANTERBURY ELECTION. MR. V. PARKES, M.P., AT LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

CANTERBURY ELECTION. MR. V. PARKES, M.P., AT LIVERPOOL. MR. V. Parkes, M.P., whoso appointment to the position of Postmaster-General necessitates his re-election for Canterbury, addressed a meeting of electora in the large dining hall of Cloke'« Family Hotel on St» tu rd ny evening lust. Mr. T. Murray presided, und despite the inclement state, ot* the weather, there was a fair attendance, in chiding Alderman G. Christie (Strathfield) and Aldermen Smith and Christiansen (Liverpool). The chairman said he felt great pleasure in presiding over the meeting. Mr. Parkes' acces- sion to the Ministry was an honor to the electorate und a tribute to that gentleman, and he (the speaker) hoped the Ministry's reign would be a long one. He felt certain that supporters and opponents alike wished Mr. Parkes every success ns Postmaster-General. He then called upon Mr. Parkes to address the meeting. Mr. Parkes (who was most enthusiastically re- ceived) said he came before the electors to seek re-elect...

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CHAPTER XII. A VALOROUS COWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

CHAPTER XII. A VALOBOUS COWARD. The loader of the unsuccoBsful party of eea ehora was juof. finishing his supper, in the intervals of which delayed meal ne had boon giving his wife a dotailod narration of tho events of the day. . And now I sup- pose I've got to go and put in tho night at tho MoNabb," he addod : ' theso raids have got to bo stopped, if-' Mrw Ludlow held up a warning fingor. ' I thought that was our gate,' sho said, and prcsontly they both heard tho quick norvou<s troad of some one coming up tho gravollod walk. Thon thora was a stop on tho veranda, and boforo oither of them could riso a grimy apparition appoared at tho door of tho dining-room. Ludlow sprang to his foot with un exclamation of glad surpriso. ' By Jovo, old follow, but you aid givo mo a turn !' ho exolaimod, grasping tho ap- parition's hand and wringing it hoartily. ' I thought it was your ghost,- I did, for a fact ; and I beliovo tho small madam thinks so yet.-Holou, doir, wake up and allow m...

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SIX YEARS' INDIGESTION! Wasted Money trying to get Relief, without avail. Four Bottles of Clements Tonic Restored his Natural Health. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

SIX YEARS' INDIGESTION ! Wasted Money trying to get Relief, without avail. Four Bottles of Clements Tonic Restored his Natural Health. Mr. Charles Willis, Carpenter, Murrum- burrah, N.S.W., writes on September 8th, 1897 :-" I feel much pleasure iu testifying to the merits of Clements Tunic as a certain eure for indigestion, for more than six years I suffered from the above complaint. I wasted a great deal of money on various medicines, some of which gave relief for a time, but the symptoms would return again, and I would suffer tho same pains ov?r again. I commenced to take C'ements Tonic about eight months ago. I took about four bottles, when I found myself cured. I never felt in better health all my life since I took Clements Tonio. I now enjoy my food, sleep well, aud am quite free from p»ia. -Yours very truly, OHAS. WILLIS, Murrumburrah, N.S.W."

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