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SHORT STORY. THE WIDOW OUTWITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

THE WIDOW OUTWITTED. IT was at a café ohantant in Paris that I first saw Vivotte. She was singing a piquant chansonnette called ' Reflection,' and as she pOBed coquettishly before a mirror to give greater point to her song a perfeot storm of applause broke forth. Her bright dark eyes flashed and beamed as, smilingly to her delighted audience, and, lifting her short black skirt in the daintiest manner with both hands, Vivotto stepped forward and began the prettiest dance I have ever seen. 'Ravissant!' exclaimed Sir John, other wise known as Jaok Lovel, who had run over with me to Paris for a little holiday. At every opportunity he would air the few Freuen, words he knew. And in his own opinion his aooent was so perfeot that he was certain every native he spoke to took him for 'un beau Parisien.' 'Mais elle est ravissante!' repeated the delighted Jack, who was a fair, good natured giant, six-feet-something in his stockings. .I most know this little girl. Elle est oharmanto.' «.Be care...

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SCIENCE. EFFECT OF PRESSURE ON WOO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

'; '.saura*. \ - - EFtfEOT OF PRESSURE ON WOOTT Ourlons results with sofb-wood timber have been observed in some of the deeper levels of tho Comstock mines. One of the supports of Oregon pine in a deep level of the mino hus boon subjeoted to unormoue pressure for twelvo years. It is so hard ti- Jeu it cannot be out with a knife, and one of '^"f sides is polished from the squeezing it oí undergone. Yellow pine from the low-' " levels of tho Comstock have been so com - pressed by the enormous pressure of the setting rook that its density exceeds that of lignum vitas.

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

Impurities of 1;he Blood. Until these purifying Pills have liad a faír trial, let no one ¿be longer oppressed wi h tlic notion that his malady i* in curable. A tow doses will removí; .ill disordered actions, rouse tht: torpid liver, relieve thu obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure bl v >d, nnd c infer on every function he il th fu 1 vigour. They work a tliorvu^h purification throughout the whole symctn. Without disordering tlie natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder as thc .iver. Remember liiat when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on thc stomach warn UH that digestion is not proceeding prop:rly. Holloway's Pills give strength to eve-y organ, speedily remove sill causes of indigestion, inspis-.ated bile, and sick headache, and effect .a permanent cure. Wetkness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness generated hy .excuse of any kind, whether mental or physical, the .effec...

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

The Psainrof,Life. Telljtne not in mournful numbera Advertising doos not pay ; For th« man's nott compos mentis Who would such absurd things Bay. Life is real! Life is earnest I And the mau who hopes to rise To success in any calling Muet expect to advertise. latte world's brood field of battle, Itv-th« conflict of leal life. Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the ptrife. Lives of rich men all Temind us We can make our own sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. THE Liverpool Herald With which is incorporated the " Liverpool Times" arid " Liverpool Morcury), Published Every Saturday Morning, I« ono of tte BEST ADVERTISING MKDIUM^ out of Sydney,as t haB a Larg« 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. -----o lt contains the t, A TEST NEW S ! right up. to the tim« of p...

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [BY W. T. 0.] Chatsworth, the residence of tho Duke of iDevcra shirc, is a stately pile of white stone, overlooking the Derwent and backed,hy wooded hills and stand- ing in lovely grounds' tb which terraced walks, plashing fountains and the pardoner's art lends ad- ditional charra. So charmed with thc palace-man- sion and its surroundings was the Queen when on «a visit there, that she was heard to remark to her host : " Ï have thc crown, but you have the castle." Half mansion, halt* museum, visitors at certain periods of the year arc permitted to traverse1 its halls or wander through its walks. This " Palace of the Peak" was begun in 1687 and finished~in 1706. It occupies the site of an older namesake in which Mary Stuart was confined as a prisoner.. lb; is 560 feet in length and I think four stories high. In the Great Hall, 60 feet long, arc beautiful frescoes, Mosaic pavements and an immense table of Derbj' shire ruarbel. This exquisit...

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FAIRLY WELL ISN'T WELL ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

FAIRLY WE LL i ISN'T WELL ENOUGH. LET HG say that your wages are twenty shillings a weak. You.have worked hard, done your best, and feel that you have earned your money. Very good. Now imagine that when Saturday night conies your employer hems and haws, and want's to put you off with fifteen. I'll . be bound you would think yourself hardly tioated. What are the great stiikes iii; this country commonly about? Why, in some fashion they .are about wages or hours ; it comes to tho 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 the folio wing person al statement. . " Nearly all my life," says Mrs. Sarah Dalby, I have been subject to attacks of biliousness, accompanied with sickness, but got on fairly weil up to the early part of 1882. At this time I began to feel heavy, dull, and tired, with an all-gone, «inking sensation. My skin was sallow, and the whites of ruy eyes of a y...

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

1100,000,000 UNCLAIMED, ODGr&L'S Rostered List, containing narrien . ?F :2O,*O00 fimilîes aclv»»r'Î8ed í'or, t<» «'lnim property mu! motley sine* ,1700. .Pr M «o Is'öd, post free 2&. Elvery inan and women shon'ld buy fha.« '.hn-ik, as instrutttums are privet» how to irernver'property dYnttrCli «nee ry.-DOUG AX HII'I OK., 62. ¡Strand. London, 23u.g. Est,. A fortune may au ait .yo«. "Tins hook -«in now -he -ohtanned îrom W. <G. Hi«;by, A'îelaid'3;; -Gr" rd ou and 'Gr 'lob. 3MH1., BI ÍHIIHÍIO^ G. 'Koh^rtBO-n & Ga., Mel... ¿Sydney., Adelaide, Jj risbnus.. BONÄSZA 'Qra&Tis.-A revoLtitson ¿a cigars. £)ix:3ou .o-ncl .Sons .manuf:wïku.ne ¡fnomi the tf/ioicest HCdc-afia tobacco, with a necessary ¡portiou of American, at a price never before «u.ttemjpfcetl. 4 for Pd ! ! Sample hundreds *<mb «arrange paid foe 10s.* Mu yJ.. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, .Sydney '(opposite .the Supremo Cour...

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WHAT WOMEN HAVE DONE. WOMEN IN LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

WHAT WOMEN HAVE DONE. ?WOMEN IN LTXEEATUEH. The lady journalist is now well estab- lished, and in literature proper, woman has made her mark. In fio ti on, particularly, the fairer sex are in strong force, and somo have left their mark on tho pages of history. Mention need only be made of the names of Charlotte Bronte and 4 George Eliot.' Then to-day we have Miss Corelli, Mrs Stannard (John Strange "Winter), Mrs Humphry Ward, Miss Braddon, and Mrs Hodgson Burnett, among the number of lady novelists whose works are not likely to bo soon for- gotten. In serious literary work woman has also made her mark. One of tho most striking examples is the oase of Mrs J. R. Green, the widow of the English historian, and a historian herself. For years she acted as amanuensis for her husband, till her hard work brought on an attack of writer's cramp, when sho pluckily learnt to write with her left hand. She got to know as much history nearly as her husband, and when he died she continued writing hi...

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NATAL BRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

.NATAL BRIDES. The Natal Government is confronted by a problem of a singular and somewhat embar* rassing character. Owing to the rinderpest/ the quotations for wives ia the native mar- riage market have riaon to a point which baa created consternation in the breasts of love- lorn Kaffirs. Prior to the terrible visitation the average price of an ebony bride was eleven cattle, the mone*ary equivalent of which waa about £33, but it would now take a drove of forty animals to purchase one. In these oircuinatanoes tho natives are trying to persuade tho Government to fix the price of a wife at throo head of cattle, but the Natal statesmen appear to bs unwilling to; interfere between buyer and seller in the matter. Meanwhile the market shows-in the language of O-ipel-eonrt-a buoyant tendency, and the matrimonial prospects of Kaffir bachelors aro every day becoming moro desperate and hopeless. Doubtless, when tho amorous Kaffir bank clerk whispers in the »weet truffle ear of his gilt-edged a...

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PARK CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 10 September 1898

PARK CHARACTERS; New York-I thought ab first ehe was .drunk. Now and then she staggered from side to side and clutched at the air as she kept on ahead of me, and once or twioe I thought she wouM fall. A drunken man arouses no pity. You feel disgusted at the ide« of a strong mau coolly and deliberately lowering hhnrolt to the lovel of tho »wino. But a drunken woman ! It is a spootaolo God never intended humanity to üeo. Humanity never socs it without grieving. By and by she halted at a grocery, and as I followed hor in I saw that her fai-e was pale a*id pinched, and that I was mistaken in thinking she hui been drinking. She leaned against a barrel liko one dond beat with hunger and exhaustion. Her eyes had a soared look as »ho approached the grocer and made a request. 4 liook hero !' ho bluntly replied, . it's no uso to come here ! You can't get another thing till that hill i« paid np !* 4 Just ono loaf of broad ?* she whispered. 4 Not ovon a craokor I* 4 But my husband is siok, and ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

I LOCAL AND GENEE AL, THE suit of Brown v. Neen, which was dealt with by Mr. Justice Walker in the Probate Court, Sydney, a week or two ago¡ again came before his Honor on a motion foi are-hearing, brought on behalf of the de- fendant on the. ground that fresh evidence material to the suit, and supporting the con- tentions of defendant as to the incapacity of the testator, had been discovered since the hearing of the suit. His Honor, after hear- ing argument, dismissed the motion, with costs, giving, however, defendant a week's extension of time in which to appeal if it were deemed advisable. I A SALE of gifts will take place at the Hoxton Park Union Church, in aid of the I church Lining Fund, on Friday and Satur- day evenings next. During each evening fl I musical entertainment will be given. Among ! the «attractions will be a phonograph and electric battery. We wish the promoters every success. A CONCERT and dance, to raise funds towards the establishment of a local Tennis Club, w...

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LIVERPOOL A. H. & I. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

LIVERPOOL A. H. & I. SOCIETY. A MEICTLNQ of the committee of the above &pas heir) nt tho Council Chambers on Monday evening 'last. The president, Mr. V. Parkes, M.P.¡ pre- sided, and there was a falir attendance. The schedule of prizes for the forthcoming: snow waa rèvised and adopted with several amendments. The president said he lind received a draft of the lettre from the Liverpool Council with respect to the land adjoining the Town Hall. The lease, which hhxTa duration of three years,provided thai; tile trustees of the society pay the council ;the sum of £1 annually*,'and that tho land be used exclusively for the purposes of the society and left in a proper state of repair. The lease was accepted and ennctioned. Mr. T. Murray was unanimously elected to fill the vacancy on the committee caused by the resignation'of Mr. H. Scrivener. The president stated that he had a'conversation with Mr. J. Wilson and that gentleman 'had de- cided to withdraw his resignation as s...

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A CABRAMATTA "PUSH" [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

A GABRAMATTA " PUSH" ITT accordance with their usual custom of late, a number of young men from Cabra- matta and the vicinity visited Liverpool last Saturday night, and amused themselves by making the night hideous with their yells, interspersed with profane language. Com- plaints having been lodged with the police, certain of their number proceeded to Cabra- matta in the train by which the youths were returning and arrested three of them, and they wore brought before the Liverpool Police Court on Monday morning, charged with riotous conduct. The two eldest de- fendants, aged about 20 and 18 years re- spectively, were fined 10s each, with an alternative of forty-eight hours; and the youngest, á boy of 14 years, was fined 2s Cd, or imprisonment till the rising of the court. Mr. Scrivener, in cautioning defendants as to their future conduct, said that as long as ho was privileged to occupy a seat on the bench he should deal firmly with any attompts at larrikinisni brought under his ju...

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A GOLD DIGGER'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

A GOLD DIGGER'S LIFE. ' Ma\ Cornelius O'Neil, of 193 Cumberland I Street, Sydnpy, N.S.W., is a well-preserved man j of about 55 years of age. He arrived in the I colonies soiue 32 years ago, und lie attributes I an illness he recently had to the trying climate j of Northern Queensland, where he pursued a variety of callings of a health-impairin .. nature. To a reporter who recently interviewed him he stated : " 1 have been suffering off and on for the Inst seven years with fever. It 'was'caused by damp and exposure, and the Fever was always preval- ent. The symptoms are cold chills, severe pains across the loins and intolérable pains in the head. I have had doctors and every conceiv- able patent and other medicine, but nothing gave me 'the slightest relief. A lady friend of my wife, seeing me lying so prostrate, said, ' Why don't you try Ur. Wiliiams' Pink Pills for Pa le Peo p I e ? You kn o vv h o w ba d ly I s uff e r from Rheumatism-well, I have been taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pi...

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INGLEBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

INGXEBTJKKT ONE of tho mont, enjovuhle anoials of the season was held nt Ooria Linn," Ingle- burn, the residence of Mr. Minnett, on Moo day evening, 22nd ult. Taking advantage of the lovely moonlight night, tho attendance waa one of the largest, if not a record, for tho young folk, who seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves. The host. (Mr. Minnel.rY hud tho ballroom flo.ir as smooth and polished aa tho proverbial sheet of glass, which loft nothing to he desired on the port; of the dancers. Mr. J. Williamson pm-ddod at tho piano with his usual well-known ibili'y, whilst, tho onerous duties of M O. were undertaken hy Mr. Charles. Songs were rendered during the intervals by anvoral nf tho gentlemen present, which added f<> the success of the II (Ta ir. Supper waa aervod at midnight, tho hostess be i np indefatigable in looking after tito wants of those prosent. During tho evening it waa nnnounood that the next aooial would b© held nn tho 28th I September. - Campbelltown Me...

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CHAPTER XIII. ANSWER, VARIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

, OHA-PTER XIII. ?NSWUßt VÄ.BIO08. Jtlingbrand slept tho next day until after noon, coming down to a vory late dinnor feeling as if ho had niroumnavigated tho globo in tho wrong direction and so lost a doy out of tho oalondur. * Oh ! Tom thought you'd sloop till to- morrow thorning,' said Mrs Ludlow. ' And that reminds ino: Henry'« boon down to inquire after you, and I cold him you'd be at 'Tho Laurels' this afternoon.* . How did you know I would P' ' I knew you'd do ~ anything I promised' for yon.' ' Well, ßinoe you've committed yourself, I suppose I'll have to go.* ' lt's a lona, long walk, ,and it's so dread- fully hot ; ,I*di go^ hack to. bed again, if I were you,* she urged, teasingly. . And impugn your reputation for truth, and veracity ? Then, with diplomatie abruptness, 4 Haven* fc you anything to tell me before I start ?' 1 You asked me that question last night, and I'll'make you the same answer: you may give Hester my love.' ' Thank you so much. Perhaps I shall go back to ...

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MAKE HOME HAPPY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

MAKE HOME HAPPY. ' ; IF.AMTL'Y 'ï if M should bo a blending- of all the tfi-Htes, -dispon ¡ti o ns, gift« and resources of all 1,'he mpmlipr« of tho household. In each otto thorn should be self-restraint. No menrbor m nv live in a homo circle ns if he -wero dwelling alone in a grr>at houHP, with only himself to consider. He must répreps much in himself for the snko of the other mernbera. No household lifo ran *>e made truly ideal if ono hns alwnys his own wny. Many persons tied up in family lifo forgot this. They expect to live as regard- ions of others as if they were living nlono. They 'consider no one's comfort, pon«'6 or plo'ivurn hut their, own. They let their in fliioiweH have full and froe HX pression. They in'k" no efforts tn repress any »demente or dispositions in themselves which tend to givo pain to others. They demand all their riu'hts, not remembering «thor mom hers of tho f'tinily toavn rights too, and that h oin M huppinofls cnn ho secured only hy mutual surrend...

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MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF LIVERPOOL. ABSTRACT of RECEIPTS and DISBURSEMENTS for the Half-year ended 1st August, 1898, for General and Special Accounts under Municipalities' Act, comprising all Current Accounts under control of Council. Dr. To Bank balances, N.S.W., Commercial and N.S. W. Banks (amounts at credit at| opening of half-year) ... Revenue Rates ... ... . Government grants-Improvements toi Bigges-square .... Private subscriptions and contributions toj works-^Library contributions and as phalting ... Sales and letting of municipal property or] of property under municipal control Revenue refunds aud transfers, namely Part proporción from Gas Account for] clerical work and lamp-lighting Other sources Cattle-slaughtering fees, licenses, rent ofj night-cart, . opening paths, ¿ic. Plumbers' licenses Ordinary refunds, deposits, transfers, dis honored cheques, ¿ic, namely-Deposits on gas and overpaid freight refunded Totals per Cash-book Cr. By Secured overdraft;-Secured by debentures...

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EVER NOTICE IT? THE WAY WE DWELL ON LAME BACK AND WHAT IT MEANS? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

EVER NÖTIGE IT? THE WAY WK DWELL ON XAME BACK AND WHAT IT MUAN S ? No use talking, there are -some things, some subjects, 'thn't grow the more yon use ; theta/ That isi the more you think about: them., the cu ore you find you <jah*t tell at all. With us a lanae back is a great thing' to have-in our mind. And we keep it there -and-talk about it. The people we talk to have lame backs and they grumble about them. They ought to, too. They have them right in ; the back-in the small of it-at that. We talk and tell you why they have them, and then keep on talking and tell you how to get rid of them. A lame back is a lame kidney--not MAY BE a lame ikirlney or MEANS a lame kidney-but is a lame kidnoy. A LAME kidney means can't work, can't lift, 'Can't sit, can't lie. but MUST stay afc home -and grumble. How much could Snadow lifVwith weak kidneys '?. His great muscles would be useless. If he had a.lame back he would be a wreck instead of a wonder. The uext time you hear anyone say...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

Impurities of the Blood' Until these purifying Pilla haye had a fair trial, let no one kc longer oppressed whh the notion that hts malady, is in- curable. A few clodes will remove all disordered actions, rouse thu torpid liver, relieve tko obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer on every function healthful vigour. They tvork a thorough purification throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headacre No organ in the human body is so Kable to disorder as the Üver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on the stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove All causes of indigestion, mspis.vated bile, and sick headache, and effect a permauent cure. We i knees and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excess »f any kind, whether mental or physical, the «flecis of those Pills are...

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