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SCIENCE. LIVING PICTURES BY WIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

sanu. LIVING PICnißES BY WIRE. The biograph and oinematograph and kindred eleotrioal contrivances will soon be relegated to the theatre lumber-room if th? genius of a poor öalioian school teaoher, Herr Sczacepanik, prevails. He claims to have perfected a device by whioh pictures may be transmitted by wire from one city to another. It will be a moving picture, too. That is, a man bowing before the ap- paratus in Paris, would ba seen on a «oreen in London, bowing and smiling-his every aot transmitted true to life. Not only that, but there would be a true reproduction of the very colour of the raiment of the subject. The process is simple. A danoing gill poses and pirouettes in front of a mirror, and every motion sb o makes is instantly flashed from another mirror to a screen the other end of the wire. The inventor, in order to prepare his images for transmission, found it necessary to split or break them up in a aeries of dots. He accomplished this in a peculiar manner. Ho procured a ...

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AT A THIEVES' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

Ar A THIEVES' CLUB. ; "Wien, in obedience to the editorial man- date, I called on Mr Stephen Garth, private detective (who, by the way, ie an old friend of mine), I was informed that he was en- gaged for a few moments, and I therefore stepped into the parlour. ? Presently the door opened and a rough looking, dirty ruffian inquired gruffly, ' Is your ny me Garth, guv'nor?' I replied that ic was not, and that Mr Garth would bo down shortly ; whereupon the visitor calmly seated himself, and proceeded tc light a grimy clay pipo. I was wondering who on earth the fellow was, and whether 1 ought to throw him out, when the subject of my speculations solved the difficulty by holding out his hand with the remark, 'Well, and how are you?" It was Garth himself, but, familiar as I am with his features, I should never have dis- covered him, so admirably was he disguised. At first 1 thought he had merely disguised for the pleasure of playing a trick upon me, but I waa soon undeceived by noticing t...

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The Liverpool [?]erald PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

! 1 . " 1 ? ' ": ("'PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOKNINÓ. . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 ; 1898. LOCAL AOSri) GENERAL, ' MASTER Claude Rowe , has: successfully passed the preliminary examination,.pf... the Pharmaceutical Society of .N^W, South "viales, held on the 17th..ultimó..'. He was coached by his.brother, Mr. Clyde Rowe, M.P.S. i Fi r 'Bronchial Coughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. THE sale of gifts held at the Hoxton Park Union Church, in aid of the. Lining Fund, on Friday and Saturday last, proved a de- cided ; success. The affair was , . well patronised and most of the goods were dis- posed of. SEVERAL members of the congregation of AH Saints' R.O. Church put in another after- noon's work clearing the R.C. section of, the . new cemetery on Wednesday last with satis- factory results. ; For Consumptive Coughs . take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. . AT.a special meeting of the local Council held,on Monday evening last, the Mayor (Alderman Moreshead) presiding,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

MON EY _TO LEN D. At Lowest Current. Ratee, in Large or 8mall 1 Suihej upon !Country Properties, Free | ; holds, C.P^ Landa, eto. Second Mortgages Entertained. , ; Equities of Redemption Purohased. <;??? ;. :'. n-r Interests f under Wills Purchased or 1 Adranoed upon. Aasirtanoe given .to ..enable;* persons to PuroKas«, build upon, to ; improve their HENRY S. HARDEN, , r . . : Solicitor,. , 'Post Offioe Chambers, Á . ,"? 114A Pitt-st., 8ydney. TAKE a clay off Thursday., Eat turkey and , give thanks. Read in a newspaper that a consumptive- cough, would be stopped by taking Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Took it on, and dropped the consumptive cough-cost ls 6d. That's worth a holiday, and turkey's the festival feed where I come -from. * ^ .. IMPOUNDED at. Liverpool Pound on 23rd September, 1898 - Ohestnut gelding. long switch tail, gray hairs in forehead, little white on baale under saddle, off fora leg and off hind leg partly white, branded like J revomed over Q near should...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

Portraits of some N.S.W. Men and Women Cured, when Ordinary Medicine Failed, by DR; WILLIAMS' PIWK PILLS FOB PALE PEOPLE <No :Rernedy ever Discovered has effected so many Wonderful Cures. Meiaralgic Pains and Anaemia. " I am now nearly eighteen years of age," said Miss Crossthwait, of 1GS Bay Street, Ultimo, Sydney, ''and until the last five months have not known for three :vears¡what'it'is to enjoy a night's peaceful slumber. :. My-symptoms .\V. re neuralgic pains in the back and hip joint, total loss of appetite, great depression of spirits, and a dislike to exercise. What alarmed my relntives .mostly-was a palpitation of the heart ; this I always suffered from after the slightest exertion. I rapidly grew thin, and my countenan. e, formerly cheerful and joyous, grew sadand de'-ressed ¡ my ste.-, latelx elasticand nimble, was changed for a slow .and tottering gait, induced by weakness. My complexion became sallow, and even of a greenish hue,.and my (¡urns appeared 'to be...

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CABRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

CABRAMATTA. MR. Minchan, who came to reside here about twelve months ago, recently delivered a very interesting address on "Universal .Brotherhood," during which .he explained the objects of, and the moral benefits to be derived from, the organisation. He inter- spersed his remarks with quotations bearing on the subject and musioial selections on a clarionet. It is his intention to hold weekly meetings to explain the workings of the organisation, and his first children's meeting will be held on Saturday (to-day), when he will impart information whioh should help them to lead a life whioh will be of service to themselves and others.

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HASTEN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

HASTEN r Here is a real incident in the life of the late Fanny Kemblo. In her appearance as 'Juliet* at a Philadelphia theatre ehe had "juflt Riven the lines : - 1 What's hero ? A cup closed in my true .love's hand ,Poison, I see, haß been his timeless end-' ?w'tîpn a tall, lean, gaunt, sandy-haired «nrôioal student in the stage-box, deeply absorbed in the scene, thrust down hiß hat ORihis head with a convulsive effort, crying .oat in a voice of thunder at the same time, 'Keep him up, Jnliet ; I'll run and fetch i^e Btomaoh-pump !'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

The Case of lr. A. ST. CLAIR. (SPEOIAU-Y BEBORTED.) Some interesting details concerning the case of A. Sty Clair, Esq., having been furn-shed to us, we despatched our reporter to Byron-street, Guildford, near Sydney, where Mr. St. Clair resides and eames on business as a photographer. Our reporter explained hts mission to Mr. Sb; Clair, and that centleman consented to afford the - desired interview. " Then will you' kindly furnish me with particulars aa to the initiation .'of your; mala ly ?" ' - ,;.....,.. >,? "lam convinced," replied Mr. St. Clair, " that it originated in.there." Our reporter followed with his eyes the finger of the photographer,' which waa . directed to"; the r half-open door of a dark room. -, " «Ves," continued Mr. St. Glair, " Ï wbrlc"d a great deal iii there, ¿ndX believe my system was:; first . .. , - . . " Thrown Out of Gear through my getting poisoned by «some of-the chemicals which we in the. ti ade.are obliged to moke use "of. I began"to feet sick:und...

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TRAVELLER. AN OLD CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

-? AN OLD OliOOK. In a transept of Wells Cathedral is the old abbey dook whioh was one of the wonders of Glastonbury and of Europa. This very ourious piece of antiquity is placed some 30 feet high in the interior of one of tho J of ty side aisles ; and close at hand, in an alcove, sits a painted effigy of a mannikin, with its feet dangling over a silvery-tongued bell, upon whioh tho manni- kin's heels ring out the chimes. AB the moment for striking the hour approaohes a premonitory olioking is audible from within the dook, and presently a remarkable spootaole is beheld. From behind the old dial émergea a procession of armed knightly figures on horse-baok, moving two and two in b+ately military fashion upon a semi-oiroular platform ; and as tho foremost pair arrive at a certain point in their maroh the outside knight raises his lance and with trenohant blow strikofl his comrade down to saddle bow. Instantly within the dook a bell is struok and ono ia sounded. Thereupon tho Btriokon h...

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TATTOOING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

TATTOOING. Tattooing was practised among the very earliest nations, and ancient literature is filled with references to the oustom. Xenophon tells us tho story of a tribe who dwelt near the Black Sea, who fattened their obildron like pigs at an early ago, tattooing their baoke in solid colours, and covering tho fronts of their «mall, plump bodies with elaborate tattooed marks in all mnnnor of quoer pattorno and designs. HorodotuB BtatoH that tattooing was con- sidered a mark of distinction among tho ThraoianH, und tho moro doaigns a mau could grot on his body tho bettor ho was thought of. k A similar idea prevails among certain ohiHHOH of Gorman Atudonta. Most of tho Htudonts will not droam of allowing a wound to heal upon tho first intention, hut koop tho injury open and eoro, HO OH to mulco a good and lusting soar. This in their idoa of dis- tinction. Thoro arc many roforonoos to tho practico of tattooing in tho Biblo, both in Galatians and Revelations, ohaptors vii, xiii. and xiv...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29TH, 1898. (Before Messrs. Scrivener and Chapman, J'sP. FURIOUS RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29TH, 1898;       (Before Messrs. Scrivener and Chapman, J'sP.       FURIUOS RIDING       William Henry Whitney pleaded guilty to a charge of furious riding and was fined £2, in de-   fault one month's imprisonment in Parramatta Gaol.         ASSAULT.     August Sandvoss was charged with assaulting Andrew Schmidt at East Hills on the 19th   September.                   Mr. J. H. Marsden appeared for complainant and Mr. D'Arcy-Irvine for defendant, who pleaded not guilty.         From the evidence for the prosecution it ap-   pears that complainant ...

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SHORT STORY. Chasing a Blockade-Runner. (Continue rom ast wee.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

SHQB? STOßT. ~ ' Chasing a Blockade-Runner. . ?'* (Continue rom aet wee .) : . * Hallo ! whufa that ?' cried the captain 'almost immediately after his Iaat remark. . ?Bhift the light back again half a point. There, don't you eeo that gleam on the water?' I atured through my glasa. Yes, 1 could see it-a whitish iridescent tdeam, like a touch of dull phoaphorúB iu a dark room. »Foam,' I said. * Yes, foam,' said tho captain, * and, what'h more, it wasn't there just now. There are no rocks or sandbanks just there. That's the wake of a steamer, W-. Switch baok the light-slowly now. Follow up that wake.' The mar? did as he was commanded, and - gradually we followed up thia atrange trail upon what someone has called ' the traoklesa ocean.' And as we travelled back over it, it grew more and mort» distinct. Then sud- denly it stopped. All waa pitoh and black- ness again. * Can you nee anything ?' aaidthe captain. * Nothing,' I replied. ' But, look, the foam ia lengthening itaelf.' * Yea," re...

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The Marvel of Mirbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

The Marvel ot Mirbridge. * Weat ward Ho !' in that picturesque Cornish oountry whioh can boast at OD oe an 'English Khine' and some of the finest coastal scenery round our shores, with a climate tbat rivals the Riviera, there is a little place called Flushing. It is no rela- tion to its Continental namesake ; it is not a port nor yet a town, only a little Riverside village, of the very existanoe of whioh most English people are as unaware as they are of the charm of the West Country scenery. Flushing is not famous for anything in par- ticular except for its 'picnio fields*-pleasant places enough in summer-its rural sur- roundings, and oharming outlook upon the river Fal-the Cornish Rhine-crowded with craft of almost every kind, from the little ferry steamer to the ocean-going liners, and I dingy fishing smaoks to contrast with the i gay and jaunty yachts, as smart and clean j in outline as a Valkyrie or Britannia. Bat to oar story. | The little steamer for Fushing lay by the steps o...

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"FORTY YEARS AGO." OLD COLONIAL REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

,.:f7,. v$OM$X, JßAJiß A$ßr" ' Forfy.yenrg ago !" .W^h.at.a long streich bnckrojin n y.o^ of the <>ïfte?;tg^ .ioçà.ur.rjpncea j in" 1 ß57 ,,a8,.w.eii.88,.yfre1"r.emem,ber ;tbe.,,event8 t of last lyiearv lMïsji*Ti/vJ.'.:'T:bo(mas, whtíJ resides Yictória, is one who recollects as: faf^backjas '57 most vi$i$y%''~ijGke memory un- fortunately, if ia mostpoiriftll one. Speaking reminiscently/to a journalist some time ago, the good lady, "yrho is over.;.7¡5 years of age, said that irojn: ''57 :to,^oompáratively, a few montes ago,fi«lhe;|-bad': 'not 'feiiQjwn .f,what per- manent relief frjpmipain was. 4vlt ,was4.«8;:neac-vâs I can ; remember, ;in. PAINJFÜIi-EEMINISGBNOKS. '57,'' said.^fee<r;,fctîwt.;J«:h»d:vmy first attack of rheumatÍ8irov^nd,tfa¡e8.e^''h'a.y,e followed me up, on an;d off,; ipr 40 : years. About nine years ago my troubles were added, to by an- io rgemen,t i Cff,.the liver,,,and ;-tk\ß j)in itself, morie.¿haü^ufBeierat to ¡kill¿ rapst ..people ¡of my...

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A PECULIAR CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

A PECULIAR CBILT>. ?Mrsi- William-Groves; of Qu'eenVRoncr, New, Xamhton, recently wrote to the Bile Beans. Manufacturing ÖbmpanyVSydneyioffice. gi virig' an account of a cure hy the use of tho Beans in the 'case 'of; her).(fa'ugh fer, /a' jschoolgirl of ten years of ago. In the face of the brief facts .mentioned, by ;Mrs.- Groves, in a j pure* spirit of gratitude, the'Cortipàhy re'quèsted that th é rinse should be impartiallyt investigated. Accord-? îngly, a representative of the Newcastle Herald. waited ^po.n.;M,rs.,, Qroyçs^.wbo js.known in the locality :iW-Mrs.- Selina - 'Groves,' '- who went, thoroughly; into the circumstances of the case. The girl's, name is Edith Rose Groves, nowja( regular attendant at the Adamstown Public! School. From the time she was three montlis old, her mother say's,vshe has been troubled with, liver coa«pT9ih^Vflhd'.föur..years ago she suffered, from a severe attack pf typhoid fever and yellq'w jaundice. Her kidneys' have s.ihce been said be disease...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

The Psalmrof Life. \ i Tell me not in.mournful numbers J AdVertising floes not pay ; For th« man's non compos mentis Who would nuch absurd things say. Life is real ! Life is oar nest ! And the man who hopes to rise To RUcceas in nny falling Must expect to advertise. In the world's brond- field of battle, I» the conflict of real life, Advertising ia the secret Of achievement in the Ptrife. Lives of rich men all remind us We can "make oin; own sublime; And by liberal advertising'.;?.' To che highest summit climb. THE ..... Liverpool Sërald With which is incorporated the ^"Liverpool Times" and " Liverpool. Mercury), Published; Every Saturday Morning, Is one of the BEST. ADVERTISING MEDIUM .? out of Sydney, as t has a Large, and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the . wfc Ole i 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 It contains the L A T;E S: T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

ALL .GOODS AT : SYDNEY " PRICES U BÖ-TO-ATi'S R^sfifrftreA Li sV cnn taming DH mes of 20,000 families advuruaert ifor, tu daim property nod oioney-eince 1700. IPrioe 1H 6il, post freo 2A. Every mao and women should buy this Ixiwk, an instructions aro given h"\v to roííovor property fromChancery.-DOUGAL and OO., 62 Strand. Loudon., Eng.. Est. 1844. A fortuno may await you. This book can now bo obtained from W. O. Rig hy, Adelaide:; Gordon and G-tcli. Idol.. Brisbane; G. Robertson & Go., Mel., ."Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane.. BONANZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. Dixson and Sons manufacture-- from the /choicest Havana tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before attempted. 4 for 6d J ! Sample hundreds ?sent carriage paid for 10s.* Mu J. IL Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may be consulted every evening between the hours of 6'30 and 8 o'clock at the Commercial Hotel, near Rail...

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AN UP-TO-DATE [?]ABLE [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

AN TrP.TO.7TA Tlf. TT A Tl T."lî! A Lion once invited ti fox to visit him in hin cave. . I Bhould ho gad to call,' said tho fox» ' but I havo ob« rvod chat all tho traoks ara pointed towards your door and there aro nono leading away.' .Pooh!' said tho lion, 4 that phenomenon may bo attributed to tho groat esteem in which I ara held by my guodta. I troat thom so wtll that when they leavo thoy walk backward for a long distanoo to show thoir respeot for mo. You will moot a most delightful and distinguished oompany whoa you call.' .if . If >ou will glvo mo tho namos and a<^ drosses of a fow of the survivors.' answorcf*N tho fox, ' I will call und rfoo if tboir roporta aro Batisfaotory. If so, I will uooopt your Invitation.'' ..><s¿J Moral : Avoid invitations to wodding.an- . ni versarles and whist parties.. . ... j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

Impurities of the Blood* Until these purifying Pilli have had a fair_ trial, let np ono be longer oppressed with the notion that his malady is in curable. A few doies will remove all disordered action's, rouse ths torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure 'blo.id, and onfar on every function healthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole syaiem, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No otgnn in xha human body is so liable to disorder as the .iver. Remember th it when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on thc stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding propsrly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes 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* of any kind, whether mental or physical, the effects of these Pills ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION. MAILS are despatched from Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), us follows: Sydney, Parramatta,.und G lei field, 9'30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbunk, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. Sydney, 12-ttO.p.m. Campbell town, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5-:J0 p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, und Granville, at 9'30 p.m. On every Tuesday and Saturday mails arc des- patched for Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 noon. On overv Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling P.O., with letters for the Northern and Western linea, at 9*30. On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 5 P-ra. _ MAILS are received at tho Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), as follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 a m. Moorbank, 9'45 a. m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam den, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12*45 p.m. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Proston's, 5/55 p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granvil...

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