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SKETCHER. SOMETHINGS LIKE A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 17 September 1898

SOMETHINGS LIKE A PUZZLE. A> celebrated author has had a letter sent him from Oanadu saying that as he is often attempting to express the inexpressible, they hâve a problem be might tackle. There aro, they bay, 65 squares on a draughtboard ; if you begin hy pîaciog two grains of wheaton the firet square, how much wheat would you have to plaoe on the last square, if you placed, on each consecutive square tho equaro of tho number of grains on the preceding ono ? We have ouly been able to roach *he thirteenth square, as we have nothing bigger round tho houso than tho diötanoe of the earth-from the sun. There is not tho slight- est possibility (says the rcoipiont of tho puzzle) of stating the result of tho problem from Canada in terms that will convoy any meaning to anybody ; the moot that can be done Lt to tr> to suggost tho truly fiendish nature of this thing-and to poss it on to someone elso. In setting out this problem one need not stick to tho 'grains of wheat' mentioned by t...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPT. 22nd, 1898, (Before Messrs. Mayne and Braine, J'sP.) BREACHES OP THE PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPT. 22nd, 1898, ! (Before Messrs.'Mayne and Braine, J'sP.) BREACHES OP THE-PUBLJIO (INSTRUCTION ACT. Edward Henry Williams was charged with failing toisend his child to school the required number of days during the; half-year ending June aÖtih- ?' 18'98.!.'? : 'Defendantwas fined ¡l's, with' 4s lOd costs of court, in default levy 'and-distress.'' ii ." ?'. :;' : 1 William 1 Wakely was similarly charged and pleaded not'guilty.'- -From the evidence .fdr the prosecution it appeared that defend- ant's child had attended the Fairfield Public School for 2£ days and the Smithfield Public School * for l-7¿ day s-although the witnesses could'not personally affirm that the roll-book was correct in respect to; the attendance at the latter^ school; Defendant stated that his daughters kept a private school, at which his son was , being educated, . and he had only sent his boy to the Public Schools during the time his daughters were away from home for à change;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

^ G I S 'T M E N T. Horses and Cattle taken for apistraont on dowden Knowea Estate. Plenty of water rtuc4 good fWd, Several cultivation pud docks, securely fenced. Flats laid with dover and other grasses. Property con- tains 750 acres. Terms : - Horses ls, oattle Gd ; liberal re- duction made for quantities. J. DUNNE, Hoxton Pnrk. For BVorióh i aî Ort« £h« ta li ?«: Wood»a Groat Peppermint Oure, 1/6 and"2/6.:: 1 Took it as a Child: Now gives it to her own Children. Mrs. Mabel Boulton of Brisbane, Queens- land, has had the following unusualandniost delightful experience : "From Infancy I was weak and delicate and grew to be anything but a robust child. I suffered, from debility, no appetite, and, the usual consequence of such complaints. But my parents hearing of the health restor- ing properties of procured some for mo and I am happy to say that after having taken two bottles I regained health, vigor and good appetite and have not been troubled ever since. I am now married, have a f...

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WHAT PADDY WOULD DO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

-- - 1 !? ' ._l J! : V^HAT PADDY WOULD DO. I ;. . . . r :--?? .. ' ' A CERTAIN Paddy Boru, with a nu a* OT of others, was disoussing what they would ;do'in ease tliey were'sh ip wrecked far out at «pa without even n plank to*,get ashore on, the other dav while going over to Ma» ly. After the others had told what they would do, Paddy's turn name,' , . , . " You're a nelfish lot," he said ; '* ye'd all be afthei' savin' yprsilves an' not savin' any of the others. (Vd do it different. Oi'd ahwim ashore ao' save miself first an' then Oi d Rhwim out again an' save, the rist of yes!"

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COWSLIP PUDDING[?] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

COWSLIP PTTDBTim. I Half a peck of cowslip blossoms, six ounces of grated Naples bisoults, one pint of oteara, one pint of milk, eight eggSj one tablespoonful of rose-water. Oat and pcwnd in a mortar the yellow part of the oowtoüp blopsoms with, six ounces of grated Naples or Mario bitfouita. Then add tho oroam and milk ; put all into a oloan stowpan and allow it to come to a boil. Beat up tho eight oggB, with the rose-water, and stir into tho batter (cream and flowers), mix all well together and poor into a ?*ell*buttered dish. Bakd in a moderate oven. Just before Bonding the pudding to table Hereon with a littlo oaetor Ungar. PrfcUJ tn New WmU*

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ENGLAND'S FLEET COSTS A GUINEA A SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

-: .. - - .---ui.'... i.: - .??->??[ - A'SECOND. ' ?"['^ ' To''\»p-1tolÍ3..Jt6.R!fc;!. Great1 Britain- proposes to spend nearly £,22,Ó;ÓÜ.0p0¡ on; :ber /.navy this year conveys little to the unstatîstical mind. We ean, bmlwotfj^ weekly paper), get'.some" percép*ion.: of. the cost of our sea defenoo when ¡ vr« :nre : told that our navy costs within tt few peuce <<f a guinea a R*cond,';day!and night,, throughout .th¿' year. The1 annual income- of ;a; Caf «inet . Minister wouid :b.e;absorded in des» than HU hour and twenty minuses, and there are not a di zen men in the'kir.'gd»>al whose yearlj' income would; pay. two' days'5 cost of1 the navy. Every'dav ' diïnnar tlié, current year we are paying £25 290 for the building of new ships, to edd 'to/dur fl««eC;; it'co'«'8. £l2 866 a day to pay our officers, seamen, arid marines ; £3973 a day to feed and clothe them ; and nearly £60(0 a 'day goes in pensione and h H If pay to mon who have ceased to be on the activ...

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STUFFED FILLETS OF PLAICE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

STUFFED FILLETS OF pr.ATms _.uuu «. KI \JX! J. xjii-ivyxu. A largo plaioe, filleted, ono pint of shrimps, two ounces of breadcrumbs, ono tablespoonful of finely-mineed parsley, pep- per and salt to taste, one pint oi goodstook ; fillet the plaioe into four ; put the bones into the stock to stew.. Make the stuffing as follows :. Skin a pint of shrimps, chop them small, add the two ounces of breadcrumbs and minced parsley, put these into a basin ; mix all together with an ounoe of heated butter; season to taste with pepper and salt ; divide this into four parts, and with each portion fill the fit leta ; roll each one and tie with tans.

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GOLDEN PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

GOLIDEN PUDDING. Materials.-Half a pound of breadcrumbs, five ounces of suet, two ounces of sugar, two tablespoonfuls of orange marmalade, one egg, half a teaspoonful of baking powder. Rub tho breadcrumbs through a wire sieve, chop the suet finely, and beat the egg. Mix all together in a large basin. Butter a pudding mould, and fill it nearly full with the mixture, cover with a piena of buttered kitchen paper, tie down with a oloth, and steam for three boura or boil for two. Boil together three tablespoonfuls of mar- malade with three of water, thicken with half a teaspoonful of oornflour moistened with cold water. A.s soon aa it boils, turn out the pudding on a hot dish, and pour the sauoe round it.

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SHORT STORY. THE BON MARCHE. (Continued from last week.) CHAPTER IIII. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

'/ . : . wmf mm?. THE BON MARGUE, (Continued from last week.) GHATTKB HI. . x . The gossips were to have innings, and a glorious innings it was tobe. They had, unfortunately, no common plaoe of meeting, as they had in Miss Trott'» day, but Miss Tiffany would provide one, by placing her own parlour at their disposal. Those who are familiar with the legend of «The Three Black Grows,' will easily imagine how, the hall once set rolling, the incident referred to grew until it had assumed quite alarming proportions. In fact, the affair was soon worked up into a scandal, and the conolubion arrived at by the charitable Indies who rallied round Miss Tiffany was that Mrs Austin must go, or Marivale would no longer be fit for decent minded people to live in. Now ono of the residents was a Mr Stephen Maobean, a lawyer who praotised in the neighbouring town, and who had the management of Sir James Devereux's legal business. This Maobean waa a very soapy individual, and whatever was going on in t...

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A HANDY DRUG. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

A HANDY DRUG. WniLE a drove of bullocks was being driven ; through a country town ono of tho- animals stopped, and notwithstanding nil the efforts of »he;drover, would not move on its way. A chemist who happened to goo th« affair; went up to the'bidlook'ftnd'injMctod a' drug down its throat, which made: tho animal cnreer down the street like a toad thing. ' Almut five ruinu'es Hfterwards the drovpr entered'the rliMtrliiit'a shop, wiping the sweat off hi« brow, and asked the sbopmnn if he .wes the party who gave the bullock the medicine. -, " I nm." «aid .the chemist, " Well." said Pat, " shure and OMI, take a pennyworth of it, as CH have to follow'the ' hafte?' Wood's Great Peppermint Our*» Coughs for and Colds never fuilo, 1/6 and 2/6.

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INFECTIOUS DISEASES. THEIR CONSEQUENCES AND CURE. (A Medical Extract.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

INPÈÇTIQIJS; btSBÀgEsT .'. > . .'. *. .. t> ?' ; ..; v J; -, '. L ;i THBÍ.;R:;¿ÓNáE^UÉ^C¿y/:ÁílD CÜBE. (A Medical..Extract.) ^ ** The consequences and cure of infectious disease?[lias long fbeen ,'a$ study '{says/ a well-! known' medical writer) which' has'kad a peculiar fascination, for me.'' . In these .colonies at tho prétérit time we- ha^re had (and' still have) a . fearful epidemic of mons)es, influenza, scarlet and typhoid fevers'.1 Measles and influenza' have toeen,.$9p,ecinlly rampan.t, and their danger- ous and,' freq nencly fatali'afíer-éffécts are every- where noticeable. Measles induce bronchitis, pneumonia, inflammation of the lungs, scrofula, deafness, sore eyes and other diseases, while in-: flnenza ends in prostration and heart disease-{ often merely another name for death. To fin I j a perfect remedy to care not only measles, in- fluenza and fevers, but their various after-effects as well, has engaged many months and years of patient and laborious study, which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

Are You Yourself ? You might make a single meal of rich pies and cakes, and not mind it. But you could not live on these all the time without raining your digestion. ' Yet, week after week and month after month, you allow your brain and nerves to be f ed with impure blood. The general debility, thin blood, pale cheeks, nervousness, loss of appetite and depression of spirits, are loud warnings from nature. Your nervous system is weakening. Before the ruin comes take f. AVER'S :; Sarsaparilla It removes the poisons from the blood, and thus removes the cause of all your trouble. It aids the digestion, strengthens the nerves and supplies the body with rich, red blood. For constipation take AYBU'S PILLS. They promptly and surely cure. Talco them with Ayers Sarsaparilla: one aids the other. _ T Madame Bilton's Famous Female Remedy for all ir- regularities and obdtructipns, from whatever cause arising , (and no matter of how long standing), acts almost imme- diately, does .not interfere wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

y ^ The:,,Ps>lm of Life. .!¡ Tell 'me not in mournful numbera ^-Advertisinc* does iiot pay ; . ' . For tho man'« non compon mentis Who would such absurd things say. Life is real! Life is oarnest. 1 And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In tte world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind us We can make our own sublime^ , Ami'by liberal art vei'tiBing ; To ¿he highest summit climb. THE Liverpool JÈèraM With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Timus" aud "Liverpool Mercury), published Every Saturday Morning, Is one of tbe BEST "ADVEKTTSINQ MEDIUMS out of Sydney, as c hus a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the whole of «¿he District, including Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta, Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the tov/n of Liverpool. ' "-:-O It contains the L A TE ST HE...

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ANTHEM OF EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

ANTHEM OP EARTH. . In a little dust, in a little dust, .Harth, thou reclaim'sfc us, who do ail our lives Tïnd of thee but Egyptian villeinage. Thon doBt this body, this enhavooked realm, Subject to ancient and ancestral shadows ; . Descended passions sway it ; it is distraught "With ghostly usurpation, diuned and fretted "With-tho Btill-tyrannous dead; a haunted tenement, T'Peopled from barrows and outworn ossuaries, Thon giv'st us life not halt so willingly As ¿thou undost thy giving ; thou that teen'st Thefstealthy terror of the sinuous pard, " Tb© lion maned with ourled puissance, The serpent, and all fair strong beasts of ravin, Thyself most fair and potent beast of ravin ; And thy great eaters thou, the greatest, eat'st. Thoa hast devoured mammoth and mastodon, ..And many a floating bank of fangs, The soaly scourges of thy primal brine, And the tower-orested plésiosaure. Thon fill'st the mouth with nations, gorgest slow ?On purple eeons of kings ; man's hulking towers Are carca...

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POETRY. PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

:; POETRY. .' PRAYER. TX do not undertake to Hay. That literal answer» come from heaven. -But I know this-that when I pray jlf A comfort, a support, is given That helps me rise o'or earthly things, -As larks soar Bafe on airy wings. -T. CBOFTON.

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HOUSEKEEPER. FRENCH POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

-o FRENCH POTATOES. Materials.-Small old potatoes, frying fat, ohopped parsley. This ia a capital way of using the very small potatoes that are no good for boiling. Peel them thinly, then quarter them so that they are about the Harn« size as the section of an orange, keep them in cold water for three hours, constantly ohanging the water, thon dry them in a olean oloth. Put them in a frying basket, then stand the basket in a large stowpan containing boiling fat deep deep enough to cover them, let them cook till soft JLift the basket on to a tin or dish, make the fat quite hot again, and put the potatoes in to brown and crisp. Take them up, and put them on kitchen paper, sprinkle with salt ¿nd ohopped parsley, and. serve in a very hot dish on a doy ley or dish paper..

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GLENFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

GLENFIELD. THE seventh annual meeting of the Glenfield Cricket Club was held in Blinman's Hall on Saturday evening, the lOch inst. Mr. A. Blinman presided. The secretary's report showed that the club was in a prosperous condition. The following officers were eleoted for the ensuing year : Patron : Mr. John Kidd, M.L.A. President: Mr. B. Drynan. Vice-presidents : Drs. Pirie and Birch, Captain Linklater, Messrs. 0, A. Scrivener, Abel, T. Slocombe, A. Blinman and R. Thompson. Hon. secretary : Mr. W. J. Linklater. « Hon. treasurer : Mr. A. Blinman. Selection committee : Messrs. PI. Jackson, J, Padrota and W. J. Linklater. . For Asthmatioal Coughs arid Golds takiV Wood's Great Peppermint,Our®,. 1/6 and 2/6 ' , ,. SCRATCH, scratch, scratch, unablè.to attend to ..business duri ng '. the day, or, sleep, d u ring, the night. Itching pilesr-^horrible ; plague. I Dpan's Ointment cures., Never fails. At, any dealer's, 2/9. , , \.; ,:' MR. j. H. Marsden,,',solicitor, 'has .estab- lished an offic...

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FLLETS OF PLAICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

FLLETS OF PLAICE. Materials. - One plaioe, one whiting, ohopped parsley ; for the sauoe, halt an ounoe of butter, same of flour. Half a pint of boiling fl9h stock, pepper, salt, and one onion. Fillet the plaioe by ontting down the centre of the baok, and work off eaoh fillet, keeping the knife close to the bone. Serape all the meat off «hewhiting, and chop it very finely,, put it in a tasín, and mix with it a little pepper and salt, and a tablespoonful of milk. Fat out the fillets of plaioe with a knife dipped in oold water, put one fourth of the fillet over to form a point at the end, trimming it neatly. Flaoe them on a lightly greased tin, and cover with a greased paper. Fut two tablespoonfuls of water in the pan, and nook in a moderate oven for fifteen minutes. For the sauce, boil the fish bones for ten minutes, in sufficient water to cover them, with the onion, Fry the butter and flour together in a saucepan, and stir on to them half a pint of the strained fish s cook. Stir till...

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A SPRING SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

A SPRING SALAD. Materials .--One lettuce, half a bunch ef watercress, one bunoh of radishes, four young- onions. Keep the watercress in salted cold water for half an hour-thia will draw out any insects that may be hidden under the leave«-then pick the cress over and thoroughly wash in two or three lots of fresh water. Shake them in a olean doth ; likewise the lettuce af tor you have well washed it and pulled it into small pieoes. Make a French dreseing by mixing together in a basin two tablespoonfuls of salad oil, one of vinegar, a good pinoh of black pepper and salt ; now add the propared balad, lettuoe, cress, radishes (out up) and onions. Stir them about, ticing two wooden spoons, till all the leaves are ooated with the dressing, , then lift them lightly and pile them in a sulad bowl or soup plate.

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

Cjjr ïnuvr|iiuil MmA PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898. PEOPLE ¿re puzzled afc th© desperate attitude of Mr. Reid towards Mr. Barton's candida- ture. Why this tremendous struggle to keep the Federal Leader out of Parliament? Does not Mi\ 'Reid know that he. is going counter to the wishes of an overwhelming majority of his own supporters ? There is a popular conscience and the people do not countenance the proceedings of the Premier or his Minister for Works. Mr. Reid has all along been not only suspected, but openly accused, of jealousy of Mr. Barton's Federal pre-eminence, and it must be confessed that he is justifying the impression. But the most serious injury Mr. Reid is doing him- self is| the renewed doubt he is casting upon the sincerity of his Federal pretensions. Not only are the people of this colony be- coming sceptical of his fidelity to the cause of United Australia, but opinion beyond the borders has become distinctly dubious of Mr. Reid! C...

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