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LIVERPOOL SOCIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

LIVERPOOL SOCIAL1 CLUB, Í ! THE annual ball,-in-connection with the above,, was held at the Town Hall -on-/Tues- day evening: last / anil proved the n most- suc- cessful function, pf the,season.,; ; ¡The, hall was pre ttily ; decorated wi th;- bun ti ñgi and I Chi Uese lanterns.. Abouti .thirty.. couples!, attended and.dancing, to, excellent musiç supplied , by Mr. Purnel 1, commençëd :, shortly . before 9 o'clock and was kept ¡up with vigor ; till mid- night, when ; the,.company: adjourned ; to line Mayor's. room, : where, ai tastefully, laid 'out repast, provided and presided over: byi Mr. and Mrs. .Mpreshead,; was ..served. ??. Af tier supper, dancing was .resumed and continued on ;till the small hours. ; Mr. T.; Kelly made and - efficient it^nd obliging M.C.' and, in con- junction with the committee, was most ¡as- siduous in promoting the comfort .and: enjoy- ment of the company. During, the * ¡evening Miss and Miss L. Kinchela danced a .sailor's hornpipe a,nd Spanisb waltz admi...

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

Tho King of Sweden, during the time he waa Crown Prinoo, gained a Frenoh life- saving decoration for gallantly, stopping a runaway horse. Verdi, the graat composer, got his first ideas of musio from a wandering violinist who happened to visit his native village in Parma. Tho young King of Spain always insists on having MB pockets filled with coppers boforo going for a drivo, and soattero tho coins among tho many bnggars who orowd round his carriago. J')hn ïfcupkin, speaking of his childhood in london, naya that ho was a lonely child, ' with yellow hair, dressed in a whito frock liko a girl, with a light bluo saab, and bluo tdiooB to match.* Beethoven and Sohubort woru buried almost fddn by sido in tho woll known como tory nour Viorina. Mr Vincent Wnllaco, son of tho composer of 'Maritana,* diod recently at San Fran- cisco from taking an ovordoBo of morphia. Ho had Tod a wandering lifo in Australia, Canada, and South Amorioa. King Oscar, of Sweden, is a musical monarch who may often ...

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HELPLESS ON THE SHOALS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

' " HELPLESS''ON THE SHOALS. ¡ À GREAT steamship, feeling her way in a fog, ran o». upon a low mud bunk and stock fast, ¿bout twenty .h. /miles from her port.-.' She had orí: board.'a.'- valu-, .jr, j able purgo and nearly.three, hu rid red passengers, ; . most of whom; were almost within sight, .of .their I ' liónies. j The tugs, caine and , tried vainly to pull1 ; ir her! in to deep waiér. ' Túe officers we're1 a's ' à hie -navigators as there1 hnd eyer been.1. 'But ' she, Was 1 'helpless, and it was dead low water.' Only one <?>*< thing could be done'--to Waiti» A few hours later. 3 f! : .the Captain -said to his passengers, li The .tide ip rising ; we shall be off presently." ( Sixty minute^ r , ..more and the; ship floated, ult was now/ noon! I At two o'clock sharp, the impatient voyagers I', stepped ashore. ', They might have been' delayed '? 'longer', sa ve* for the one', fact' which the ' captain :haH announced in four words. 1 Perhaps this simple an...

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FAREWELL TO MR. A. LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

rAREW^IíL:;TO.¡1MR. A. LAKE. Mr. A. Lake, -who.baa held the position; of chief clerk afc the Liverpool Asylum for the j)ast; fchreeiiand a half yparss and has i recently been prgmoted to. á ¿ position inJthé head office in Sydney,,.was tendered afarewell social at the Town Hall "on Friday evening 23rd ultimo. The affair, which was well attended and; jprpVjed : an iunqqälified ;i success, was organised by the... ladies of the town (Mes- dames H. Scrivener and G. Rowe acting, as secretaries), » and Evaluable ¡ assistance r: was rendered by a number of gentleman, among whom were Dr. Beattie, Alderman C. ¡A. Scrivener,. Messrs^ A. Jeanneret» "and J. |H. Marsden. Dancing, to excellent music supplied iby 'Mr. '?? Williamson . (Ingleburn), commenced shortly, after. 8p'clock.and.was^ept upwithou fe cessation .till midnight, when, an adjournment ¡was i made to ; the Mayor's ;roomi: where jan excellent repast had been prepared. Alder- man C. .A.. Scrivener occupied the chair and was supported...

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EVERY COLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

EVERY COLOUR. ' Daddy,' said a boy to his father, 4 I've .gpot a pencil which will write green, purple, > arimaon or any colour you like.' . 4 Not the same pencil, my son.' 1 You daren't bot me sixpence it won't, daddy.' i . .I'll gives you sixpence if it will,' said the -old man. . The youngster dived into his pocket and produced the stump of a common lead pon 'êil and wrote on a piece of paper the words -'magenta, green, crimson, purple,' eto. .There, daddy, say it Slon't write any eolour you like now. Fork over that aix -peooe.'

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

-? 1 . , ORIGINAL ARTICLES. Üb. 53.-THE O uva (continued)-Q-ATHEB roo THE FRUIT-THE Ort Pasas -How y. WORKED--DiFranEifT QUALITIES OF OIL . -OOLOUBS -PuntFYiNQ-Som - PBOPA *' OATION - PBUMNG - VAKIKTIKB - THE (' . PINEAPPLE-"NOTES OW KABLY HISTORY . : VABIKTIBS-Six SPECIES ENXJICEEA.TED CULTIVATION IN" QUEENSLAND-VABTS ' TIK3 I"OE PBOFITABLE CULTUBE. The proper time for gathering olives for ?.the press is the eve ot maturity. If de - laved too long the next orop ia prevented and the tree is productive only in the -alternate years. The quality of the oil, also,' depends upou the gathering of the irait in the first scage of its maturity. It .should bo carefully plucked by the hand, and the whole harvest completed if possible in a day. To concoct the muoilage and allow the water to evaporate it is spread ou t . 'during two or three days in beds threo inches deep. The oil mill is Bimplo-an t ordinary screw preßs such as may be devised by an ingenious porson, or it may . be a more modern...

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LAUGHING-WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

IiA-UGHING-WATER. When the echoes ring on Wichita moun- tain the Indians say that it is only the voice of Laughing-Water, the gay-hearted little girl who used TO live amongst them, and then disappeared many long years ago. Some of the old men and women of the tribe can remember her quite well, but to the younger ones only her history is known, and Red Feather, the Chief, lores nothing better than to talk of Laughing- Water. Nearly fifty years have oome and gone since anybody saw her, but old Red-Feather still believes he will see her again. Fifty year« ago Indian girls could shoot, and fish, and plough, and BOW as well as their fathers and brothers, and Laughing-Water was con- sidered to be one of the cleverest girls in the tribe, and certainly she was one of the merriest. Everybody seemed to love her, and she was never too baby to do some kind little deed for anyone who needed it, never too tired to smile. Even her tiny baby sister, who was not a year old, would ory until Laughing ...

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LIVERPOOL ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

__________________________________       LIVERPOOL ASYLUM. THE first anniversary of the Dawn of Hope Lodge, I.O.G.T., was celebrated at the above institution on Saturday evening, 17th ultimo, by an "open meeting," which was well   attended. Bro. J. Walters, C.T., presided and was supported by Bros. G. Fleet and J. George. Addresses were delivered by Bros. T. Jackson, Thompson, Farquharson, Fleet, George and Mr. Watson. Songs and recita- tions were admirably rendered by Bros. Jackson, Joiner, Colley, Bertram, McLean, Walters and Fleet. The lodge has an en- rolment of ninety members, who appreciate in the highest degree the assistance they receive from the officials of the institution.      

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

WEDDING. ; TC TING WALE," Glenfield, the. pleasantly situated and well-appointed residence of Captain C. H. Linklater, was " the scene of a1 very - pretty wedding on Wednesday afternoon last, when Miss Nellie Linklater, eldest daughter of the goriiál host, was married to Mr. R. Clyde Rowe, eldest son of Mr. J. Rowe, of Liverpool. The premises were gaily decorated with bunting and floral devices in honor of the occasion. The cere- mony was performed by the Rev. J. Fer- guson, of St. Stépheri's Presbyterian Church, Sydriey, in the presence of a large gathering of local and metropolitan relatives and friends of the contracting parties. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in white floral silk, trimmed with chiffon, with coronet of orange blossoms and veil fastened with a diamond pin. She carried a beautiful bouquet and wore a handsome gold bracelet -the latter the gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by her sister, Miss Maggie Linklater, who was attired in cream...

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CANLEY VALE. PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 1 October 1898

Canley Vale PUBLIC SCHOOL. THE regular quarterly examination, for cert- . tificatea of proficiency was Î held last week with gratifying results. . Quite a spirit of healthy rivalry has been. infused into the       work of the school by the institution of these periodical tests and judging from some of the close finishes in most of the classes, the   competition has been . keen. Mr.Reay, the         headmaster.speaks in the highest terms of the manner in which the children work as a   whole in fact, his fondest anticipations have been exceeded, and he expects the     school to give a very good account of itself at the next annual inspection. :-The school will   soon be got into harness for a Christmas     concert: to provide ; prizes for the most suc-       cessful at the December quarter examination. Alr...

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NIGHT'S HORRID PLAGUE. KEEPS THOUSANDS AWAKE — MAKES LIFE A MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

, NIGH C'S HORRID PLAGUE. KBKP3 THOUSANDS AWAKE - MAKES UFE A MISEllY. The plague of the night. That's what it is. And it isn't confined to night time alone. The day has its sbi«re. Breeds uoisprv by night. Breeds profanity bv day. You know what it is. Piles. Yea, you've guessed it. Nearly drives you crazy. Hard to bear. Hard to get rid of. Can't find relief. But wait a minute. Yes, you can, too ! 1','B a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relief. It means get the right thing. It mean s Doan's Ointment. What will it do ? It will go right to work.. Go right at it. Relief comes first. Of course you feel better. You oin sleep and rest. But that is not all. What next? . Oure. Relief is good hut oure is best. It's oure you're after. Donn's Ointment will do it. AU itching skin diseases disappear. Under the soothing influencé of Doan's Ointment. Mr. Edward Evans, of Kenny-street, Wol- longong, nays:-"I havn suffered for sotno time with itching piles, and have tried several ointments, b...

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A NEW USE FOR MAIZE STALKS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

A NEW USE FOR MAIZE STALKS. THE possibilities of 'the maize plant as a source of food for man and beast, aside from its other almost innumerable uses, are some- what astounding whan the figures are looked into. An American says that there is no question that the cornstalk, the hard, woody, fibrous portion of the stalk, will furnish all the rations that are used for feeding horses by all the Continental armies. Nothing else is required. Thev can be sent to th* field in a ba» or as pressed cake, ready frr use, with all tbs nitrogenous substance required. No hay or other feed is nec- essary.

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WORRIED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

WORRIED TO DEATH., , : I Not long since, a business man of this city died from worry. The strain on his ¡brain and" constant anxiety brought -on numerous .com-, plaints which ultimately led to his death.. , Nor ia an occurrence of this kind so; uncommon ns people suppose. , Business men are; very often martyrs to constipation and kindred ills, and though an absolute and speedy remedy is to be found in Bile Beans for Biliousness, every on« does not appear to recognise; that( fact. What is the direct cause of constipation is hard to -say. It is mostly the effect of disobedience to tlie laws of nature, irregularity of habit, and is often caused by ,an overstrain on various' organs of the system. . Constipation may also be caused by eating indigestible foods, or eating too much or too fast. Insufficient liver action, also, is often the cause, and the reason for this is that it is one of the duties of the liver to furnish for purposes of digestion a fluid called bile. An insufficient qua...

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HARD ON JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

HARD ON JOHN. NEWSPAPER portraits of men who have ac- quired distinction, either by patronising some patent medicine or by serving the country in various ways, are not often flatter- ing. " Did you see my portiaifc in the paper to- day, ray dear P" inquired a young mau, who 1 had just been niade a member of the louai vestry. Yes, I did," answered his wife, in a doleful tone. Well," said her husband, after a long and disappointed pause, *. what did you think of it ?" " Johu," she replied, with the suapioion of a smile curling the corners of her mouth, " John, you know I nra fond of you, but if I lind realised that you looked like that, I think-in fact I am sure-I never could have married you !" GREENVALE Station (N.Q.) was sold the other day for £1500. The station consisted of 640 square miles of country, and carried 10,000 head of cattle and 1'iO head of horses. The sale price works out to about 3s a head, and is looked upon as the record sacrifice of tho North. Messrs. Jillet Broth...

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MUNICIPAL. INGLEBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

MUNICIPAL. INGLEBURN. THE regular monthly meeting of th« above was held on Tuesday evening, 20th Sept. Present- Aldermen Whitehouse (Mayor) Collins, M'Inne8, and Livingstone. The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted. CORRESPONDEMOS. From Mr. Heathcote, asking information Te boundary line, which passed through Iiis property, and «^pressing a wish to poy to one council only. The writer als« stated that both the ingress and egress to his property was in the municipality of Ingleburn.-Received. The Mayor laid on the tallie the pJans of the boundary line as surveyed, and poitited o«t that they bad been in error as to boundary line be- tween the municipalities of Ingleburn and Liver- pool. 'IMley did not take in the hill leading to Denham Court, but went below Yates1 paddock, which he regarded as fortunate. They ought to refund , to# the, Liverpool council any rates they " had received from that paddock, and point out the error. This, on discussion, was agreed to, tho council...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, OCT. 6th, 1898. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Chapman, J.P.) SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

. LIVERPOOL ; POLICE COU RT; uj j . THURSDAY, OCT. 6th, 1898. ! '; (Before the P.M. and,Mr. Chapman, J.P.) ???..:.?'?«? ' ' 'SMALL DEBTS.V' '; V:R,|V ?' ! " Evèrihurton' v; Jessup; Claim £15 15^i for goon's sold. Defendant admitted the indebtedness, but said he waa not in a position to pay thc. amount. Verdict, for plaintift: for full, amount ; and ,costs -5s to be paid weekly until the claim is satis- fied. Poley Bros. \\Marshall. Claim £11 4s 2d, for goods «oíd and delivered. Defendant'did not appear. Verdict for plaintiff for full amount and costs. ? > W.. Hoy, v. John Peters, Claim £2 14s 2d. Defendant did not appear. Verdict for plaintiff for full amount and costs. W. Hoy v. W. H. and T, Willing. ( Claim £3 138, bnlance of account for goods sold,' Defend- ants pleaded not indebted. According to plain- tiff's statement hu supplied the goods to W. H. Willing or his servant and was ,'paid- on account by cheque received by the former for . wood sup- plied to different Sydney age...

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DESERVED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

DESERVED IT. AN anecdote is related of Mn reba! Suvuroff. who, when receiving a dispatch from the hunda of a Russian «ergennt who had so greatly distinguished hitosnlf on the Danube, attempt pd to confuse the uoesseuger by a .series of whimsical questions, but found bim .as rèady-witted us he had proved himself to h» brave. 44 How raanv fish are there ia the -sea ?" .asked Suvuroff. "All that are not caught yet," was tho answer. M How far is it to the moon ?" u Two of you excellency's forced marches." " What would you do if you saw your mei) j»ivin{r way in battle ?" - " i'd tell them th«re was a waggon load of whislcv just hehitid the euemy's lines. 14 Baffled at all pointa, the Maranui ended with, 44 What's tfap difference between your colonel and tn vee! f ?" " My colonel cannot make me a lieutenant, but your esoelioncy has only to say the word«-" *. I say it now." anawerod Suvuroff. M and a right «ood ofiîoer I'm iure yon'H be." MR. J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has estab- lished an...

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WHEN YOU CANNOT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

WHEM YOU CANNOT SLEEP. . "So far ns outside matters go a man can sleep al- most anywhere,, Habit settles it.. A sailor sleeps In tho fórérastle of a tumbling ship, and a soldier ' -alongside of a big gun in a bombardment. One of the best night's sleep I ever had WHS in th« .open air on a prairie in Western America, the grass for<a bed, a Wanket for a pillow, andi my :. iior«e for company-the only living thing within . fifty miles of me. But, pshaw ! "that was luxury .compared with semje situations in which men «lee.p sound aa bricks in a wall. Habit does it as we «àid. Hence, Mr. Fred Downs'Sosa of sleep had no- thing to do with his being a commercial traveller. Commonly, these useful 'gentlemen can sleep wherever night overtakes them-in hotels or in .trnins, in-quiet country towns or in the midst of a racket fit to drive anybody else fairly wild, No, it was not outside, but inside matters that . ¡kept Mr. Downs awake. He tells ft this way : Tn August, 1890, I found mj-se...

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SHORT STORY. IN THE SECRET DRAWER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

ifTh IH THE SECRET DRAWER TJANSTEAD MOOR, together with the village of "the same name, whioh form the opening ' Bceno of thiB story, huve long since vanished, blotted out by the ever-enroaching ring of . 'London suburbs. In their stead are streets of neatly-built small bouses, no longer new, ' however, for such must be sought even -farther out. ' ' At the timo of which we speak, however, the heath was but a barren stretch of sand and grass, interspersed with clumps of gorse 'and little groups of trees* The road ran straight across, and then clipped down into ' the little village, which lay in a hollow. Prom the moor itself no sign of human : habitation could be seen. "" One gloomy September night a traveller might have been observed wending his way across the heath. He walked slowly, even cautiously, although it was near to mid- night. The sky was covered with black thunderous cloude, but he was in no danger of losing his way for the road, a streak of white, showed up clearly before...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

SOCIAL. A " WAUATAII" dance was held at the Town I Hall, Liverpool, on Monday evening last, ¡ and thanks to the untiring exertions of the committee, who spared no pains in catering for the comfort, convenience and enjoyment of their ' patrons, the affair proved an un- qualified success. The hall and proscenium were ' prettily' decorated with festoons of flowers and ferns in which waratahs were conspicuously displayed. About thirty-five couples attended and dancing, to excellent music supplied by Messrs. Stenner, Ashford and Penny, commenced at 8 o'clock and was kept up with vigor till ' midnight, when the company adjourned to' the Mayor's room, where a tastefully laid out supper was dis- pensed in first-class style by Mrs. Burgess,. After slipper dancing was resumed and corvr tinued on till the small hours. Mr. W. Anderson made an obliging and efficient M.C., and Mr. J. Teasdale supervised the general arrangements--both contributing largely to the success of the dance, as also did M...

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