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

POSTAL INFORMATION. , MAILS ar© .despatched; from Liverpool Post Office? daily {Sundays excepted), as follows : . .Sydney,^Parramatta, and Glenfield, 9'30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. Sydney,. 12-30 p.m. Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5*30 p.m. Sydney, .Parramatta, and Granville, at 9'30 p.m. On every. Tuesday and Saturday mails are, des- patched for. Holdsworthy aud Eckersley a 12 noon. On every. Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling P.n., with letters for the Northern and .Western lines, at-9'30. On Sunclays mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling: P.O. at 5 p.m. MAILS aro rcoeîved at tho Liverpool Post Offioe daily (Sundays excepted), asrfoílows ; Sydney, Campbelltown, and; Travelling P.O. at 8 am. Moorbank, 9*40 a. m. Sydney, Parramatta,,Granville, Narellan,, Cam- don, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12*45 p.m. Hoxton Pai'lr, Í) a.m.. Bringelly and Preston's, 5'55 p.m. Sydney, Par...

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POETRY. YOU WILL FORGET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

POMTRY. -« YOU WILL FORGET; rTon will forgot-a mile or eo, . And ont of Bight is out of mind ; líbé easy tear» soon cease to flow When life's before and love's behind : Ay/love, while still your eyes are wet, You will forget. You will forget in other 'years When you behold that white star shine ' We see so dimly through the tears, When you shall piss these doors of mine, "Or that dear spot where first we met,. Yon will forget. -W. STEVENS.

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

NOTICE. ,A t(EW SERIAL STORY. 'iffa' Bhall oommenoe' in thiB journal i NEXT WEEK A NEW SERIAL STORY, entitled ¿«THE CHAPEL OP EASE." The story, the work of HARRIET 'JBÛDbDJJE DAVIS, one of the ablest writers < of domeatio fiction, traverses the lifo of HBSTBB BBENT, giving narratives of arduous straggles orowned with suooess. Adven ttoes are numerous nuà surprises frequent. Betrter, who Bets out from Chapel House, in the end returns tu it, making of it in her -wedded life a " CHAPEL OP EASE." Readers are invited to sample the first chapters. The story will run from week to -méktill oompleted.

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

WANTED-A Respectable Girl to assist with children and light house-work. MRS. MULLETT, Centennial Hotel. MONEY TO LEND. At Lowest Current Bates, in.Lnrge or Small Sume, upon Country Properties, Free- holds, O.P. Lands, etc. Second Mortgages Entertained. Equities of Redemption Purchased. S^.tarests under Wills Purchased or Advanced upon. Aflfiirtauoe given to enable persons to Purchase, build upon, to improve their holdings. HENRY S. HARDEN, Sol i oit or, Post Office Chambers, 'JUA Pitt-et., 8ydney. QOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Postal and. Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 10th September, 1898\ TENDERS are invited for the performance from the 1st January next,of a large num+ ber of MAILS SERVICES ^THROUGH- OUT THE COLONY, and gjf be Waived at tho General Post O Hice up to nqon on Monday, the 17th proximo. Tehders|muat be addressed to tho Deputy Postilas ter General, Sydney, and endorsed ** Tendozaïtor conveyance of Mails." For full partijuilars see Government G...

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THE QUEEN AND GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

. . THE QUEEN AND GLADSTONE. GLADSTONE waa;nev«-r popular with Queen Vi« t.-ni». In one of h ii controversies with ber as Premier, he made certain demands in which he said : , ? *4 You must take thia action.'* " Must. ! Did you say must ?" she angrily retorted i, 44 and do you know, sir, who I, amf , u Madam,11 answered Gladstone coolly, ** yu are th« Queen of England. But do you know who I am ? Lam the people of England, and in this emergency the people say 4 muet !'11 The 4< people" prevailed. MR. Hain will occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian Church to-morrow {Sunday). DON'T let the little ones suffer from Eczema, or other torturing skin diseases. No need for it. Dean's Ointment cures. Can't harm the most delicate skin. Afc any dealer's, 2/9.' Mn. J. H. Marsden,, solicitor, has estab- lished an office in town, adjoining Mrs. Hat ton's boot and shoe warehouse, where he may be consulted any evening between the hours of 6-30 and 8 o'clock. For Bronchial Coughs tako Wood'...

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MEMORIAL TO THE LATE REV. D. W. MACFIE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

MEMORIAL TO THE LATE REV. D, W. MACFIE. - I TIIK unveiling of the tablet erected in the Presbyterian Church bc» the memory of the late D. W. Macfie by tho congregation took place on Wednesday evening last, in th« presence of a large und representative gather- ing, including tho Hov. J. Hopkins* (Wesleyan), the Mayor (Alderman Mores head) and Aldermen C. A. Scrivener, Cole, Marsden and Chapman. The Rev. R. Edgar, of Pitt Town, occupied the pulpit and con- ducted a service, during which he delivered au able discourse, taking as his text the third verse of the second epistle of Paul to the Corinthians, and in his prayer referred to the life and »work of the late minister and commended his widow and congregation to God's care. The Rev. J. Hopkins also en- gaged in prayer, making special reference to the removal of the late minister from the field of his labors and enjoining the con- gregation to seek Divine help and guidance in the selection of his successor. Miss Rowe presided at the o...

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

Toit' me' noHn:'mournful numbera Advertising does not pay ; For the mn n's non compon mentis Who would such absurd things say. Life is real! Life is earnest 1 And tho man who hopos to l'iso 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. ;,L:ves.of,rich men ail.remind us ,'jÇye- can make onr own sublime, Arid by liberaliadvertiaing, To the highest summit climb. ,, ;.' THE Liverpool JBteratd ?With which is incorporated, the "Liverpool .. Times" and "Liverpool Meroury), I Pübíiíhed ; E Morning, Is one* of tho BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation th^püghóüi tne ' ;iWfeble 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- , " Ti A.T EST '?}, N E-W'S ! right up to...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

ïmqwiil limitó, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1898. NOBODY thinks that Mr. Sydney Smith's op- position to Mr. Barton at the Hastings and Macleay is serious, or that the issue of the election admits of any doubt whatever, but1 ?patriotic people of every variety of political opinion will regret that the ex-Minister's intervention will block, for at least a fort- night, Mr. Barton's advent to the House. Nobody wishes to see Mr. Barton kept out of Parliament any more than anybody wishes to see Mr. Reid retired. Of course, stock is only taken of reasonable people not carried away.by a violent current of party intoler- ance. Apart from the fact that at least one half the electors of the colony wish Mr Barton to lead the Federal movement to its consummation, there are tens of thousands of electors who, though they would cast one vote for Mr. Reid, would be glad to cast an- other for Mr. Barton. This, of course, as a tribute to Mr. Barton's commanding ability and...

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FOUR BARRELS OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

FOUR BARRELS OF GOLD. Once a man pf the laboring class who had often wished, to be rich was offered all the money he wished for if ho would accept, with- out a murmur, the troubles and anxieties that wealth usually brings. Gladly the man ac- cepted, and the gold was delivered to him in Four great barrels. He lived the life of a prince for a fewmóriths, and then the late hours and high living generally began to tell, and his liver got out of order. To make a long story short he got worse and worse, until at last he had spent ali. his money in; a fruitless search for health. This, of course, was before Bile Beans for Biliousness were discovered. Mr. M. A. Roberts, of St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, has á different story to tell. He says.:-" Some seven or eight years ago I had my first lattack of biliousness, .From that time for the next year or two I had intermittent attacks of bil- iousness until about four or five years ago, when my appetite almost completely failed me. . I remov...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8th, 1898. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Stimson and Chapman, J'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT?. \ THURSDAY, SEPT. 8th, 1898. (Beforethe P.M. and Messrs. Stimson and Chap- man, J *sP.) Chanos Money, Cecil Faons, William-Alexander. Murray and Cockney were.charged with behaving in a.riotous manner at Cabramatta on the might of the 10th instant. Sergeant Smith stated that the summons had not'been served on Fabris. Money and Cockney pleaded guilty. j Mr. Marsden appeared for Murray, who pleaded j not guilty. Sergeant Smith, on oath, stated : The informa-, tien is mine and refers to the defendants,; I know nothing of the case, but have witnesses to oall.. Constable Furlong, on oath, stated : Oh Satur- : day night last, about ten minutes past eleven, a number of young men-got out of the train at' Cabramatta and got on the Cabramatta-roarl, where:they;'began yelling and creating a disturb- ! ance ; the road is a public road.in the district of Liverpool: I was accompanied bj' Constable; Hinds ; we arrested three of the young men, who were brought before thecour...

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FACTS ABOUT THE BRITISH EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

S1 ACTS' ABOUT THE BRITISH EMPIRE. The British have 689 ships of war. They could fire otï 7630 guns at once. The'British-Indian soldiers are equal to anyrmarksmeu in th© word. Three-fourths of the letters which aro posted tu the world are written in English ' and soot to pprsons who speak English. The trade of Great Brituin is worth the «um of £700,000,000-a year. Half the exports from the United States are sent to England, and for all this food £&5,000,000 is paid yearly. There are 230 British millionaires. The British Empire, if cut into a strip a mile wide, would reaoh rouud the world 4S0 Firnes. In Londbni within "«?radius of seven miles .of Oharing Gross, 260 miles of railways ure in operation. The ground around Lombard-street is sold ¡at £2,000;000 per acre, as much ns 13 mil- lions per acre being asked for small lots. ' The Hotel; Cecil is tho largest in the world. "It contains 900 rooms ; it can sent 1500 .people;'two days would be required to look round all the room...

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

Mis Liver gives him Fats and Starts, but CJements Tonic* Acts with a Celerity that Astonishes Him, .Thc Case of Fdr. joseph beyers. {From the " Windxor AuitruHct.ii.") (BY OUIt SPKOlAL, UE PO KT Kit.) "AV M AT is still called Old Government lluuso, -«i-unte iii George-street, Windsor, is now tile resi euee of «IVlr. Joseph SV3 3.ye rs, Painter and Contractor. It was hore that a report er from tho Austra- lian was forumale enough to find that {;uutlcinR.u. . " I come t^ learn something of Your Presen fc Good Health," «aid the reporter. "Concerning my illness, you mean," re- plied Mr. Meyers. 'M shall bo pleased to tell you «ll about it." Our'ivportur seated himself opposite Mr. Meyers, who saul " Mv enerby bega» to wane away. I used to .1 oudei* what was the matter with me, for my work, in which I once took a ple&suio, now be anio a burden to me. I Was Always Tired, r.nd wa<» jusi us weary at tl ic eo'nmence rueut oí the day as at tho finish. A queer Îiain started ...

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

The Falling Leaves Ci vc Warning oí Winier So tho falling of tho hair tolls of the approach of age and declin- ing power. No matter how barren the tree nor how leafless it may Beem, you confidently expect leaves again. And why ? Because there is Life at the Roots. So you need not worry about the falling of your hair, the threatened de- parture of your youth and beauty. And why ? Because if there is a spark of life re- maining in the roots of the hair Myer's Hair Vigor will arouse it into healthy activity. The hair ceaBes to come out : it begins to grow : and the glory of youth is roBtorod to you. rruimro(lbyDr.J.O.Ayor<t Co,,Lowoll,MuB8.,U.S.A MISS BESSIE HOPKINS Unoeives or Visits Pupils for PIANO, and has oponed ¿i Private School. Mooro Colloge, Liverpool. E must be a Positive, not a Negative Remedy. It must cure so as to give strength from tSie very first; it m ùst not begin by weakening or lowering the system. It must be a true tonic. cure in that way. They are not a ...

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

BBHBBB. -* First Diner : Waiter, fried sole.-Second Diner : Waiter, fried sole ; fresh, mind. Waiter (shouting down tube): Two fried soles ; one fresh. Ohinker : Bragger says he moves in the highest sooiety. What is heP-Winkers A Woat-end furniture remover. DIPLOMACY.-Maud ; Mamma, what is diplomacy ?' - Mamma : The explanation your father gives to account for late hours-:! INCONTEOVBBTIBLK.-Tommy : You've got my ball 1-Johnny. No, I haven't.-Tommy"! I tell you you have ; there it is in your hand.*-Johnny : 'Tisa'fc your ball. Your ball wasn't so big as this one.-Tommy : Yes it was, and bigger, too !-Oase settled by ordeal of battle. Employer (sternly, to clerk) : Jones ! I shonld like to know how you carno by that blaok eye.-Olerk (who was out last night) : So should X, sir 1 Mrs Wagman (in a temper) : When I mar- ried you I mu*t have been mad.-Mr Wag man : Yes, that's why I got you a keeper. Boarding-house Keeper: There! I've done this all wrong again 1-Boater : Toa generally make...

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

QUESTIONS. WHAT SHOULD BK DONE -WITH DEY PIE OBS OP BBKAD ?-Tho"o make a wholesome pud- ding if used as follows : Soak them in boil- ing water till soft, strain, beat lightly with, a fork ; add the yolks of two ejrgs, a few currants, some sugir, a little grated nut* meg:, and sufficient milk to allow the mixture to just drop from the s^oon ; mix well, poor into a buttered pie-dish and bake. When nearly cooked pile on top the whites of two eggs whipped to u stiff froth ; slightly brown in oven. Dry pieces of bread may b<* browned io the oven, then orushed and used as game crumbs for decorating savouries, «Sec. BY WHAT MEANS OATT CRICKETS BE GOT BH> OP?-Mix a little sugar with some finely powdered plaster of Paris ; sprinkle this about the hearth, which, you will find, will very soon get rid of any crickets or black beetles. HOW SHOULD A FELT CAEPET BB CLEANED ? Take a bucket of cold water, and add to it three gills of ox-gall. Bub it into the oarpet with a soft brush. I...

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

HINTS. Save orange peel, wipe it olean and dry, and put it into a basket in a current of air. It will thea be useful for flavouring milk puddings of ali kinds. Orange peel also imparts pleasant flavour to stewed rhubarb. Cloves aro good for this purpose also. Chairs and sofas covered with leather may be revived with the following mixture : Add' one-third of a pint of good vinegar to two thirds of linseed oil. Apply a little with a soft rag. Polish with a very soft duster or chamois. To prevent a bruise from discolouring,: oover it with lard or sweet oil ; put over this a cold bread and water poultice. This pre- vents blackness and soothes the pain.

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DOES CYCLING HURT THE BRAIN? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

DOES CYCLING HURT THE BRAIN P There is more trouble for cyclists-in & word, the bioyele, while a gr^at exerciser, does very little towards exercising the arms. Now, oertain doctors have found that the hands and arms have intimate relation to the brain and that by disregarding these mom« bora the brain cells are injured. The bicycle has been used far and wide, and at first phy- sicians found those who were indisposed to walk would derivo great benefit from it. Then came certain symptoms which set tho medicos thinking. Thia is what they learned: A person who uses his arms and hands ia much higher in the intellectual seale than a person who uses his legs only. There ap- pears to be little doubt in the scientific mind that the use of tho hands and arms hus a more intimate relation to tho brain centres, especially thoBe oontres whioh aro connected with thought and motion, than the ase of the legs. The remedy is to vary cycling* with dumb-bells or some other arm exercise.

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THE EXACT MOMENT OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

THE EXACT MOMENT OF DEATH Dr A). Ferguson has raised an interesting question regarding the exact moment of death. In many case1?-according to th« usual acceptation-it is almost impossible to tell the exact moment of dissolution. When the last few convulsive inspirations take place wo simply wait to see if they will be repeated, and after waiting a few momenta and everything remaining quiescent we con- clude that that is tho time of decease. There is one sign, however, which Dr Ferguson thinks indicates much moro clearly the exact momont when lifo ia extinct. Wo havo read many times in poetical effusions and elegant discourses of a phrase Uko the following ; ' When the thread of lifo is snapped ' ; but this, though used merely metaphorically, comes very near to reality. If, Baye Dr Ferguson anyono watches closely the lost few spasmodic tranps of the dying he will hear in many cases a peculiar snap some- where in the region of the head ; it is not lou J, but it oun bo plainly heard if...

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MURDEROUS MACAROONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

MURDEROUS MACAROONS. Tho continued uso of wax in awootn, it is now pointed out hy tho . Coufeotionor'a Union,' ocmstituton a real dtingor to tho trude. We think our ooutoinporary might havo added also to tho rising Ronoration, Booing that death has aotually resulted fro - tho praotioe. We are glad to note another prosecution, but wish we oould add that other places aro following tho lead cl mingham. At Aston, a few days ago, Hannah Riley, of 2, Alma Street, had to pay a fine for selling sweets called 'macaroons* containing 3?} per cent of paraffin wax. A . pity the law compelled the authorities to at- tack a mere shopkeeper instead of the chief offender-the manufacturer who pats tho wax in the sweets.

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

- BAKED MEAT BATTER.-Grease a dish, lay on it slices of any remains of cold meat. Sprinkle over pepper, salt, mixed herbs, and a chopped onion and a bit of parsley. Pour over a pint of batter, and bako in a moderate oven until the battor is brown. OATMEAL GINGER BREAD.-Put into a slow oven a jar containing llb treacle and 2oz of lard or dripping. Put into a basin 2lb of oatmeal, a large tablespoonful of ground ginger, the same quantity ot candied peel, out into very omah pieces, half a tea- spoonful of mixed spice. Mix, and pour in the treacle and laro". Stir well ; put ifc into a well-greased, shallow tin, and let it stand in a warm place for two hours ; then bako in a slow oven for two hours. Out while in the tin into suitable pieces, but do not take it out until cold. BROWN GBAVY.-Put loz of butter in an enamelled pan. melt, and then add a dessert- spoonful of flour. Stir until the colour becomes a nice brown, but do not allow it to burn. Add pepper and Bait to taste ; pour boili...

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