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A DREAD FOE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

1 ' A DREAD FOB. ' ; Iii uncivilized countries''if a man'' makes an; enemy, he has to be constantly on the qui vive\ night anti.day lest his foe come upon him, un- awares and kill him. lu this enlightened,land; of ours the law looks out that such things do not occur. There are some things, however,, that neither civilization or the law,cain prevent.. Even to-dny an . offensive citizen may be set upon suddenly and almost without warning by some .dread disease. Influenza is especially tprominent at this,time of the year, and it sot? upon, its victims in au alarmingly sudden manner. It is in reality an aggravated form of cold, supplemented by a general weakness of the whole system, and may be cured by Bile Beans, at a cost of but 9¿-d and ls Ihd per box. These Beans can be obtained at all chemists, or direct from the Australian Depot, 39 Pitt Street, Sydney. Six large boxes for 63. Ordinary colds, it is well, known, ;are caused by the con- gestion of the blood," which, as a rulo, is mo...

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

WHAT HE SAW THERE. [BY W. T. 0.1 V What do you mean, sir,: by trespassingv.upon the canal1?"!; was the salute I got from! this twenty-two; stone of adipose tisBue,'ns he advanced tow'nrdr mei very red in the fapej partly, from; extra exertion inj catching up with rae and partly from indignation! because I did not retrace- my steps. His uniform: was a comprom,i8Q between that- of - an . ocean-going, mail captain-and thé master ? of a 'Germán- band, a mass ot pipiug and., gold-, lace. " What is your name?" he demanded. "Kangaroo 1" I replied,' "i leastwise t come from Australia, I; am- a tourist. and.: want to ;8e'e the canal and1 locks; ' Who .-. are you ?" " Who am L I Why I am the lock-master and if you are not out of this in five minutes I will; give you in charge." ¡: I looked down thê.long stretch; of the canal, [catching sight pf the lock gat£s in the; distance, and thought hard for1 just a moment. Ij was in a'm:schievous , mood that mellow March; moaning. I must see this trium...

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SCIENCE. TELEPHONING AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

TELEPHONING AT SEA. Telephones may supersede the old system of flag signals as a means of communication between ships at sea. Suooesaful experi- ments have been made by Commander ft. G. O. Tupper, of the British Navy, whioh seem to prove that the system is adapted for the purpose. Commander Tupper used a kite iu his experiments, and this seems to be the only feasible means. The kite ueod was an ordinary one, that differed bot slightly from those used by boys, exoopt that it had no tail. The kite was six feet long and three feet wide at ita broadest part. Two lines were attached to the kite where the tail would ordinarily have been. One of those lines waa retained on board of the Daring, the torpedo boat destroyer under Commander Tupper's command, from which the experi- ments were conducted, lt was found that with the wind between the two line« it was easy to drop letters or even a hawser on another ship, and in this way to establish communication. When this experiment hnd proved suc...

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

Thc Case pf Mr: JAS. SMITH. (BY OU&. SPECIAL BKl'OKTER.) îtKPOiiTS rm tinualíy coming to hand from, diriment quarters as to tl o most exceptional rec« very: bf Mr. Jas. Smith, of High-stieet, Livtvpool, ir m a cimpination of rlisurdeis ?which'.'¡would prove fatal to a mun of an 0 dinary constitution, we put inquiries on loot to get the truth. ¡ ' '' A represent alive < f this paper found Mr. Smith ¿in his shop in High-street,, and asl« ed him if the current, reports of his case were true. , "Yes," replied Mr.- Smith, "and as I think' My Remarkable Case .shotild have full publicity iii the cause of humanity I will give you an hour. My, complaint crept upon me in a slow, insidious manner, lil«c a thuf in the night ; it must .have pr gre» sed for many months before I . suspected anything was tho mailer, till Most Alarming Symptoms Set In." "What were tivy.?" - , " A strange dizziness, and palpitation of the heart.' .Even then 1 thought there wau nothing seriously wro...

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

Tl Tj^VERYONE who receives this paper, or who ?Li .^chances to read it, is entitled, free of all charge, to write for information, jlf you are ill and the doctor cannot cure you ; if you have been pronounced incurable at thé hospital ; or if you have some ailment, small or great, j that gives you trouble wnté; ; It is no trouble to answer your letter, and we shall answer it -honestly,-, telling you. whether DE. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS have cured similar cases or not. We will not sell pills to people whom we do not think they will cure. Address : Dr. Williams' Medicine Uompany, Queen's Place, Sydney. DISEASES; CURED BY # ^Â^illis^iïis J?inls ÍPills ^ for Pale People. % . i_-J" ? ???? s Influenza, Neuralgia, Anaemia, " Rheumatism, Sciatica, ^ Sleeplessness, Indigestion, Pale and Sallow Complexion, Consumption and " Decline,-" .. Diseases, Ladies* Ai! "' 'Over' Complain Headaches, Paralysis,'vRic ' Locomotor ' Ataxy, St. Vi tits' Dance. fin Objection As these disorders are of different ki...

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

I JBONES, There remains for examination in the skeleton the lower limbs, and the girdle, or bones, which attach them to the body or trunk. The legs are in many respects built up in the same type as the arms. If we place the bones of the arm and leg side by side we are at once struck with tne elose resemblance that exists between thom. Thus there is one bono forming the upper arm and thigh ; two bones form tho forearm and leg ; tho wrist corresponds with tho ankle ; the instop with the palm of the band, and the fingers with the toes. How this like- ness in the general plan of the limbs has arisen is a matter of speculation ; and I do not know thut science haB yet brought for- ward even a likely theory on tho poiut. But both limbs grow out very much in the same way from the body to start with, and it may well be that the common type is due to a common origin, and the differences to the varied uses to whick the limbs are put. The leg9 Bpring from the haunch, or what is scientifically k...

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SKETCHER. GLASGOW SHEBEEN SECRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

- GLASGOW dHEBEEN SECRETS. When the quiet going merchant and tl bustling man on 'Cbage sit calmly cheek b jowl in the comfortable pews of our oity an suburban churohes on a Sunday forenooi neither even for a moment contemplates upc the cent per cent transactions passing m far away. The 'deals' are small ones pei haps, but a straw may tell how the win blow?. Men and "women in tho easton northern, and central parts of Glasgow ca command 4d tor a glass of adulterate whisky or a bottle of mixed stuff made to d tluty »a beer any hour on Sundays as easil as the baker can command bid twopenoe fe Jbis twopenny pie. The words 'whisky' au 'beer* may require some modification or ex plan at ion before the writer is done with th subject ; which, by the way, is suggeste through the conviction ot a Calton shebeen« the other day, and also of a whisky hawke in the same district. It wae in Green Stree that the hawter was pounced upon for sell ing whisky on the street, while the shebeene -did business...

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FRUITGROWING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

FRUITGROWING INDUSTRY. ------ . AT the Inst meeting of the Cabramatta and Canley j Vale Fruitgrowers' Associiition, a letter was re- ceived from the Smithfield and Fairfield Fruit- growers' Association, asking.whnt.steps had been talu'n relative to Mr. Beckinghnm's compensation for his disused vineyard ; and from the Kent- hurst Fruitgrowers' Association, stating that they were not in a position to assist financially in test- ing the compensation question in respect to Mr. Buckingham's ease. The president intimated that he had pointed out to the Minister for Agri- culture that the existing method of dealing with diseased vineyards was harsh and unjust. He thought it would bo far better to deal with ,nil cases by arbitration. M«vGordon bad also sub- mitted to the Minister that only the portion of a vineyard infested with phylloxera should he i tn 'mediately destroyed. The Minister bad given the . deputation of tho association a favorable' reply| and promised that the Government would...

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A CHANGE OF WEATHER. AFFECTS HEALTH VERY OFTEN—A CASE IN POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

A CHANGE AFFECTS HEALTH >? VERY OFTEN-A OAS B i IN POINT. , I IWhen we are sick,,' we are suscepti Me to changés' iii almost, eyérythingi ' temperature, water, diet; /clothing, occupation and in fact, there is nothing that agreesiwith a sick Waa, -with'- üiie' Very 'important 'éxçëçtiûn'-jthe curative remedy for his ailment. ;'; When a doctor advises a given tempera- ture in a sick rodin, 'special'foods for. diet, certain drinks'for1 thirst; it: is1 only'for tho , time required for his1 medicine .to.'restore' the body to its normal condition. \ 1 There1 is nothing the mátter1 with1 thé weather,' thére is ho less'virtue' in the good, .solid food' the! patient 'formerly used ;' but the condition of his system is not equal to them. Oüáuge' of weather* to a sicit ulan moans' much-perhaps life itself-while to the physically sound ' mun IL meaus but little/ ? >'??? ,; . -. ; ' -; ? i.'- ¡ ? There are no organs* of 'the body more susceptible to sudden: changes' of weather than weok k...

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NOVEL. The Chapel of Ease CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

NOVJKL. The Chapel oí Ease Bj Harriet Riddle Davis. flFTAP TER I. THE shabby, mud-beppattornd stage, with "its lean, jaded horses, was toiling1 slowly np the hill, creaking and groaning from the ^weight of luggage piled upon the rack be nina. Whatever it had onoe possessed of paint and varnish had lons: since disappeared, ?for the mud and tdeet of many hinters, with the burning sun and dust of as many suc- cessive summers, hud robbed ifc of all colour. The ourtainB were buttoned closely dawn, save at the sides over the doors, whore they wore rolled up in bulgy, haguy fashion on the -outside by a singly button, which threatened to give way with every jolt. The driver, with his hat pulled well down «ver his eyes and his coat-collar turned up about hi3 ears, was tho very picture of odd .discomfort. One muddy foot rested ou tho brake, ready for any Budden pressure, the other rested on tho dilapidated mail-bags. "Occasionally he shiftod tho reins to his left band or hung them up over his...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

CHAPTER II. The two stood in the open doorway con- fronting eaoh other in nilonoe. On tho I woman's faoo agitation and anxiety woro dearly depioted ; on tho ohild's faoo was only tho blankest surpriso, with not a glim- mer of rooognitiou. Tho wind whistled around tho bonne, und groat gusts blmv into tho hallway, sending tho flame of tho lamp dangerously high. Tho dog sniffed sus- piciously at tho skirts of tho Btraugor, whilo the stage driver Btood in the gloom of tho poroh staring from ono faoo to the other, and in so doing tho identity of his pasnongor became olear to him. Ho drew his Ups tog-ether as if to whistle, and said to him« !. self, * So that's who 'tis. I might have guessed when she said she'd be left here.' Ho hurried off tho porch to unload the boxes and trunks from tho stage, for he know they had oome to stay. The silence between the two who stood in the doorway was finally broken by the child, who said, hesitatingly and with half frightened embarrassment,- '\ * I-I-d...

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A GRAND DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

A GRAND PISÇOYEEY.^ EDISON proposes to remove f rora' tho "system, hy' electricaltrfedioated' appliances,the' tirio ania w hi¿dj^s''the'vuuse' of wo many ' .flisëHB&s, and wjmse''treafmëht1 so' óftV'o baiSl-js 'thé physici »üs.'; ' He effect's' th ts : by ' ua'aflirrij lithium electricillv through the System by pl ubgiug-oue hà nd of rhApatient in a solution of cblorido; of lithium; and ' the . ot lier1 io R «ol tit io h of chloride of-sodium,! eaoli ' solution ;bJiiiif ;<?ôtiiiee'red;' with öne'pol'e' of "a I Hitter j*. In experiments on a healthy man; a current of foui* milliamperes waa applied -t wo hours daily for- a- 'weet, -during' which- ftïtnfl"' 55 reiitig»ados of ohloride"of" lithium, sufficient to carry oiî 2 43 drains bf!-ibric.v acid/!, which' wore panned through *the';.äfHye«efa'$$' rftod thia1 was fol hi we'd up orra 'ní'ati¡73 years-'of. age, who for ten yearä^affÖr^ä'-i^D^olKi^'iifrom gout, his joints r»>eÍDg terribly swollen, which mad'e wnlï/...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

CHAPTER IV. Marivale awoke one morning' to a new Sensation. On every available wall in the village was BOB ted a flaming plaoard, con- taining the following : TECH MOTTO OF THB KINGS AND QUEENS OF GREAT JBIUTAIN. Honi soit qui mal y pénso. (Evil to him that evil thinks). PEOTLE OF MAJILVALK MAKE THIS YOVli MOTTO. Some smiled, others frowned, many wero angry. The goody-goodies regarded tho poster as an insult, und ut once attributed it to thereotor. M'*s Tiffany, hearing of it, put on her bonnet »nd munt lo, and, heavily oharged with vino«ar, Het off for tho rectory. j*ir Paton was ut homo, und received hor kindly, ns ho did ovory ono, whother ho agreed with them or not * Have you eauhod that disgraceful bill to be put up, Mr Paton ?' demanded tho lady. * 1 bu?o nt>t, Minn Tiffany, but 1 can ad- mire tho person who has. Cortuin of tho inhabitant aro sadly in nood of a lesson just now.' * Need tho IOHHOII ho an itiHulting oner' * Bdy. dour lady, there are timon whou tho 'truth uiUH...

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Chasing a Blockade-Runner. Off Santi[?] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

Chasing a Blockade-Runner fMV Slamfîorvrk ' That's a strange-looking ctaf t oat there, sir.' I took up my telescope, fixed it to my eye, and swept the sea in the direction the man had indicated. I failed to deteot any thing. 4 Whereabouts is she ? I don't make any- thing out, Robins,' I returned. 4 There she is, sir,' replied the sailor, still keeping his glass to his oye. 4 Right athwart that gun over there, sir, and dead away on tho offing.' At length I caught sight of the objeot that had attracted tho look-out's attention. 4 Why, it's a more >.ulk,' 1 replied. 4 Looks as much Uko a wreck as anything. Her masts aro gono by tho board, and there's nothing but her funnels standing.' The old sailor who had roportod the ship snorted somewhat contemptuously. He did not mean mo to hoar him, but I did. 4 Well, what's tho matter with her, RobinB ?' I asked. 4 0*n you make out anything more than what I say ?' His roply oonsistod of two words only. 4 Runner, sir.' 4 Nonsense,* I roplied. ...

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

Moot ¿jr Shoe Establishment Macquarie-street, Liverpool. ALL GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES ! I.iOö.,ÖODt,öö9 OICUIIED. D©UGAL'S Heeriat«rerl fList, «contriiniopr MM ines of :20.¡000 fnmiHee advertised îfor, tn elaiua;pr<»pprt»y and money siuoe ¡1700. H'riue '1 s^tí-l, post 'free:2s. Uvfryma-n and women ébnulH 'buy t'b'is ¡bii'.k. -a.s instructions are given hr>w 'to recover property fronvChanoery.-©OOOAIL ami C"., '62 Strand. ¡Londoti, ag. JEst. Jl .A fortune may await you. 'Tbis'book'own «now'bo obta'ioeS from W. "O. Rig-by. A'ie'lniflp:; 'Gordon and 'Gr »»ob, Mel.. ¡Brwbaue.; 'Gk Qiofburtson i\&'Oo., Mel., .Sydney, Adelaide, ¡Biúsbane. .BONANZA 'CTGARS.-A revolution in cigars. TDixson and .Sons manufacture from the whoicest Havana itobaoco, with a necessary iportionof American, at .a price never before .attempted, é for <6d ! :! Sample (hundreds sent carriage paid for 10s,* MR X Hv Marsden, solicitor, !has 'com- menced practice-, .at .89 .Elizabeth-street...

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

-o Impurities of the Blood» Until these purifying Pill» have had a fair trial, let no one *>e longer oppressed wiih the notion that his malady j* in- curable. A few denes will remove all disordered actions, rouse thu torpid liver, reliare the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure bluud, and confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thor>uy;h purification throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is KO liaule to disorder as the ..iver. Kemcmber that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on .the stomach warn lit that digestion is not proceeding properly, Holloway's l'llls give strength <o every organ, speedily remove all emites of indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excès i ef any kind, whether mental or physical, the ....

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

POSTAL INFORMATION. MAIXS are despatched from Liverpool Post 'Office «daily'(Sundays excepted), tis 'follows-:"' Sydney, Parramatta, and Glenfield, 9-30 a.m. , Bringelly,- Moorhnnk, Bonnyrigg/Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m'. .Sydney, 12-30 p.m. Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P;0.¿ at 5130 p.m. A ' ..? Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, at;9'30 p.m; On -every Tuesday and'Saturday ni nils arc ' des- patched for Holdsworthy aud Eckersley a 1 2 noon. On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to 'Travelling P.O., with letters for the Northern and Western lines, at 9'30. On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O.. at 5 ip. m. MAILS are received at the Liverpool Post 'Office »daily (Sundays excepted)., as follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P;0. at S am. Moorbank, 9'45 a. m. Sydney, -Parramatta, Granville, Nurollan, 'Cam .den, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12-45 p.m. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Preston's, 5'55 p.ra. ...

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HOOLEY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

HOOLEY AGAIN. A story of Mr Hooley is told by a oorres Soodent of the new paper * M. A. P.* He escribes how some years ago he met Mr Hooley at a dinner :-There was (ho writes) another guest at this dinner-a brilliant creature-who has seen all sides of human life ; has been journalist, politician, finan- cier ; a grim lighter ; an incomparable raconteur, and of stories drawn from every phase of human lifo, from every region of the world. I don't know what devil put it into our heads, but tho conversation turned on men that had been broken, and the name turned up of one who was known at one epoch to everybody in London, especially to everybody who wont up to the Oity. There is no need to mention the name now ; everybody will recognise it from the story. The much-travelled reoonteur was in his best vein, had told story after story-thrill- ing, tragical, comic ; and, when this name was mentioned, naturally he netted upon it, and told tho story of life and death-for it was a story of lif...

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MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

MUNICIPAL. GABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. THE regular mep.ting of the above , was held ut the Association. Hall, Canley Vale, on the 8th instant. Present- tho Mayor (Alderman 'Stim- son) and Aldermen Westacott, Linley and Telfer. The Liverpool Council wrote asking if the council were willing to pay their proportion of the cost of superstructure of proposed new bridge over Cabramatta Creek, on tho Liverpool-Penrith road. The clerk was instructed to reply. in-, the affirmative.' Tho Railway Commissioners wrote stating that in their opinion no alteration of the drainage was necessary ut Canley Vale station, but the}' offered no objection to the council doing what they conceived to be requisite provided the snnctioh of the Engineer-in-Chief was obtained. The Merrylands Progress Association wrote re- questing council's co-operation in urging the Railway Commissioners to"grant an hourly train service between Liverpool and Granville to con- nect with a similar service uetween Parramatta and S...

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ENTERTAINMENT AT THE LIVERPOOL ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 24 September 1898

ENTERTAINMENT AT THE LIVERPOOL ASYLUM.     THE Liverpool Asylum Ministrel Company,   assisted by local amateurs, gave an excellent entertainment in the dining-hall of the institution on Friday evening, 16th instant, Mr. A. Lake presiding. Besides a large number of inmates and the management, the audience included several local residents, who were present by invitation, among whom were the Mayor (Alder- man Moreshead), Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ashcroft, Mr. and Mrs. Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, Messrs. Chillingworth, Marsden and Chapman. The pro- gramme consisted of minstrelsy, vocal and instru- mental music and recitations. Minstrelsy formed the first part, and comprised the following: - Opening chorus, 'Come all ye Darkies all,' Company ; song, ' Golden Slippers,' Mr. Andrews ; song,' Paradise Alley,' Mr. Jackson ; song, ' Duck foot Sue,'' Mr. ' Belpitt ; song, 'The Anchor's   Weighed,' Mr. Mortimer ; song, ' Kathleen Mavour- neen.' Mr. M...

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