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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

Impurities of the Blood. Until these purifying Pills have had a fair trial, let no one be longer oppressed with the notion that his malady ii in- curable. A few clemes will remove all disordered actions, rouse -tilt torpid liver, relisve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure LID.id, ¡ind confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system, without disordering tne natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder a* the »iver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on »he .stomach waru us that digestion is «ot proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, mspis.-ated bile, and sick headache, mad effect a permanent cure. Weikness and "Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness generated by excès* of any kind, whether mental or physical, the effects of these Pills...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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THE TRIOLET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

THE TRIOLET. -Skip, little Triolet, > Back to your Race! You are no violet Skip, little Triolet ; , Vainly you Bay, ' Oh let Me have a place!' . Skip, little Triolet, Baok to your Race ! The Dictionary toaohen me The triolet receipt : The verses of eight linea mast le : . i . The Diotionary teaches me , ( The first line, bj the recipe, Three times I must repeat. The Diotionary teaohes me The Triolet receipt. The second line must reappoar To form the final line ; . . No matter if it soundoth queer, The second line must reappear ; When poetry is far from clear It is considered fine ! The second line must reappear To form the final line.

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POETRY. THE VILLANELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

THE VILLANELLE. . A dainty thing's the Viii anelle ; v ' Shy,, musical, a jewel in rhyme ; It serves its purpoae paHain g well. < A double-dappered silver bell That must bo made to olink in chime : ; AVdaintv thing's the Villanelle. - W. E. HBWLKT.

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LADIES' COLUMN. TO REMOVE SHINING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

LADIES' omma. _A._ TO REMOVE SHINING. After using elderflower to the faoe, and, indeed, after other lobions as woll, there is sometimes a certain amount of shininess, whioh does not always look very nice. This can easily be removed by passing the paim of the hand gently over the faoe, or bv rub-, bing it over lightly with a piece of chamois leather ; this latter is really better than the hand.

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DARKENING EYEBROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

DARKENING EYEBROWS. To darken the eyebrows permanently IR quito imposeible ; even when using* a dye it will be found necessary to renew it from time to tune. The following* is a very good preparation for darkening the eyebrows, lt is composed nf three-quarters of an ounce nf almond oil, a quarter of an ounoe of nut gall, a quarter of a draohmof ammonia Bait, and from five to «ix drops of vinegar. Whon this is applied great oare must bo taken that nothing gets into thc eye at all. It should bo applied with a very fine oamol's hair brash.

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THE WRONG BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

THE WRONG BOARD. ONE morning a man was seen standing near tho Redfern railway-station with a" board; in front of bim .-heaping the inscription, "I am blind.'* A gentleman who was passing threw a shilling on the ground, which the blind man instantly picked up. The gentleman said, "I thought you were blind ?" ... The fellow, after a moment's hesitation, looked at his board, and then said :-*. I aui blessod if they haven't made a mistake and put the. wrong board on me this morning. I'm deaf and dumb !" .' ' On cricket field, in many a test, Australian boys have got the best Of England's crack selected men. . And this, they'll often do again, If but their systems they inure The use of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Only one remedy in the world that will at onoe stop itchiness of the akin in any part of the body : Doan's Ointment. At any dealer's, 2/9.

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THE TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

I THE TEETH. The teeth should never be brushed cross- way s, for the brush is apt *o catch any projecting tooth and to loosen iq The upper teeth should always be brushed iu a. downward direotion, and the lower teeth upwards from tho gums. This will cleanse them perfectly, and also remove the bmall pieces of food that will lodge between the teeth. Not only the front but also the back of the teeth should be cleansed in the same way. Quito cold water or very hot should never be used ; it is always best to have it just tepid. Quite a now tooth brush should never be used, it should be allowee* to eoak for twenty-four hours in cold water. The brush should never bo a very hard one, at the same timo it mnst not be very soft, otherwise the teeth will not be cleansed properly. After using it must be kept itt an open reoeptaole, if in a closed one the bristles never dry properly, consequently they booome soft, and the brush is very quickly spoilt.

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NEW SUBMARINE TERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

NEW SUBMARINE TERROR. If the ingenuity of man oan accomplish it, the achievements of the Nautilus will one day be initiated. Man not oontent with a desire to follow the birds in their flight, must needs descend into the still waters in emulation of the fishy donizens, and there learn the mysteries of the vasty deep. The diving dress has ronderod submerged existence possible, but tho operations of the wearer aro greatly cirourpsoribed. This peaceful exploration of the deep serves a temporary purpose only, and new methods are required in order to make the ocean serve as an ambuscade in naval warfare. Several attempts have been made to provide a satisfactory submarine boat, aud we have on prior ocoasions referred to some of these monsters. The Frenoh and American Government pride themselves upon the possession of some wonderful craft designed for this kind of service, and we occasionally hear reports ot their mysterious perfor- mances. A new development of the oraft is a combination of...

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A MATTER OF CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

A MATTER OP CHOICE. j v " Sawdust is neither pleasant to eat prdigesr tible, and I don't like .nightmares."' It can well be imagined that few. would disagree with Miss Dick's'views as to the unsuitability of sawdust as an article of dieti and nightmare for a con- stant companion. Now, Miss Dick had, for nearly seveniyears, been an acute sufferer, and ' for a long time had lost all sense of taste, so much so, that, she said, " 1 might have, been eating sawdust for all the taste I had," and, .. continuing, *' my work was a regular,nightmare to me, as I could hardly drag myself about." ; * But why was this ? Miss Dick, with'thousands of other ladies, had become a martyr to anomia, sick headaches and indigestion. Was there ; no remedy ? Nearly seven years search had failed to disclose one. But persévérance and determination at last tuet their reward, the remedy was discovered and found to be easily procurable: As to whether she should continue to; suifer longer, pr regain former health ...

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PERSONALITIES. MR GLADSTONE DESCENDED EROM ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

MR GLADSTONE DESCENDED ERO M ROYALTY. ä lt appears that Mr Gladstone might have boasted of Royal lineage if he had been inolined to do so. In ' Royal Lineage of our Noble and Gentle Families,' a work of unimpeaohable accuracy, it is mentioned that the ex-premier was eighteenth in dosoent from Edward I. Lord Wolseley ÍB sixteenth in descent from Lionel, Duke of Clarence, third son of Edward III.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. SERVICES will be held in connection with the local Wesleyan Church to-morrow (Sunday), as follows :-Liverpool, ll a.m., Rev. J. Hopkins; 7'p.m., J.R. ; Ingleburn, ll a.m. and 7 p.m., Mr. Young: For Asr.hmatical Coughs and Colds take Wood's Gr^at Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6 ONE of the new ideas of the times is the process of keeping eggs, owned by the National Packing and Commissions Co. of Chicago. Their proposition is one that will be of especial interest to produce dealers. Eggs put up under this process will keep six to eight months in good condition. The smallest dealer throughout the country can afford to use it. The simplicity of the process recommends it. Though but recently intro- duced to the colony prominent firms in th.*» trade in Sydney testify as to its efficiency and practicability. The company supply a generator and material for making a harmless gas, which when applied keeps the egg in a perfect state of preservation in any ordinary room in all se...

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A USEFUL DWARF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

A USEFUL DWARF. About the time that Tom Thumb arrived in Paris a celebrated French dwarf died in that city. This dwarf was a scion of tho Do Richebourg family, and waa under 60 centimetres m height, or a little over half a yard. He lived at the Court of Philippe Egalité, who appointed him to tho purely honorary post of page to the duchess when ho was but fifteen years old. After the revolution burst forth poor little De Riohebourg was denounced to tho Com- mittee of Public Safety. His friends, when they heard of it, dressed him as a baby, and wrapped his head in a bourrelet. In thia guise he passed through several revolution- ary towna, and crossed the frontier in safety. There wore some important political papers wrapped ap ÍD his swaddling clothes, which nobody over thought of unrolling. For 30 years Do Richebourg lived in the Faubourg St. Germain. During thia long period he never went beyond the courtyard and garden. Ho was v<ary shy, and feared pub- licity as he would...

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

BISMARCK. BISMARCK was a severe mnn. Indeed, he was austerity itself, ami his nnine will always be associated with that historic blood and iron" phrase. It lins been pointed out !since his, death that he had .a. softer side,-and was not entirely destitute of tenderness, although it was deep hidden under- the outward guise of austerity. His own opinion of himself was not fluttering. Here are some 'remarkable, word? he once used :-" Nobody loves me for what I have done. I have never made nn}' body happy,, not myself, nor my .fondly, nor anybody else. But how many have I ma le unhappy ! But for me three,grent wars would tv>t have boen fought; eighty thousand men would not have perished. Parents, brothers, sisters and widows would not be bereaved and plunged into mourning. \ . . That matter, however, I have settled with God. But I have had little or no joy from all my achievements ; nothing but vexation, care and tmuble." , , '

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THE GIPSY QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

THE GIPSY QUEEN. The very latest monarch is a yoong, handsome girl, named Molly friar-her kingdom is halt the world, and her people all the irue gipsies living. She was crowned with a orown 1Ö0 years old, a month or two back, tho occasion being one of the grandest ever known by the vast army of gipsies scattered about the world. The now Queen is a typical gipsy girl. She has a dark olive skin, and brilliantly flashing black eyes. Her hair is long, thiok, and jet black, and ber face is round and laughing. She is shy and retiring before those whom she knows only slightly, but full of fun and life when with her friends. She is excessively fond of trinkets and finery, and she wears many valuable rings and necklaces. A tunic of bright scarlet and a graceful skirt, whioh is short enough to reveal her shoe tops and her shapely, well olad feet, make her a princess oharming, indeed. She is married, her husband's name being Stanley. Ho is a far less important person than Molly. They are well ...

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LIVERPOOL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

LIVERPOOL RACES. AN afternoon's horse-racing, promoted by Host Brewer, of the Golden Fleece Hotel, who was assisted by a strong local committee, was held at. Wo edlands Racecourse on Eight hour Day. The weather was all that could be desired and tho course in excellent con- dition. Fully 300 persons attended, in- cluding a fair sprinkling of the racing fraternity and the ubiquitous "bookies:" Considerable interest was manifested in the various events, which were closely contested. The officials left no room for complaint and everything passed off satisfactorily. Ap- pended are the results :- (:... Plying Handicap-Mr. Thompson's Garrundah, 1 ; Mr. Duncan's Prairie Boy, 2. 13.3 Pony Handicap.-Mr. Reid's Sly Girl, 1 ; Mr. Rix's Baby 2. , Galloway Handicap.-Mr. J. H. Stanfield's Kingsborough, 1; Mr. Neville's Vera, 2. Vera wns disqualified. Demonstration Handicap.-Mr. Speering's Pure Gold, 1 ; Mr, Duncan's Prairie Boy, 2. Hack Huco.-Mr. J. Neville's Vera, I. ;

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THE MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. RE MUNICIPAL LIGHTING RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

-.-.-~-r«.i.-...* ? . , ^-. THE MUNICIPAL "bONPERBNOEr^ BE MUNICIPAL LIGHTING RATES. . ? . 1 Moss Vale had the following motion on, the business paper of the ¿Municipal {Conference which' opened in Sydney on Tuesday morning last :- f.- . /? ; ., '. v .-. j Alderman. H. Taylor to move, " That a deputation wait on the Premier and asklthat à' Bill be' introduced to Parliament to amend the Act with reference to the levy of lighting rates3tty allowing, municipalities to strike two ratës. as .tinder : Rate A, To be charged on all properties iii close proximity to street lights. Rate B, Not to exceed half of ¡rate A and ,to bë chargeable on alL other proper- ties within the municipality,".,. In connection with the foregoing the Mayor Of Moss' Vale (Alderman E. Wood- ridge) arranged for a meeting at . the Town Hall at 7 o'clock in the evening. . Circulars convening the meeting for 8 o'clock had been issued but Alderman Goodridge saw that the hour was not suitable, and he; therefore I had it...

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The Emerpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

?\ß íitierfiaul Itmtlu" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1.898. WE think it is high time some provision was made to simplify the recovery of Municipal rates from defaulting ratepayers. In all communities there are those who are ever ready to evade payment of rates-Liverpool haying, proved. no exception to the rule and the existing Municipalities' Act affords them the opportunity for so «doing. In 'case of legal proceedings a Council may at '"? any time be called upon to show that every ¡pro- visión of the Act relating to the making of an assessment and the imposition of a rate has been complied with, failing which such Council cannot succeed. In ordinary small debts' cases, it is sufficient^for a plaintiff to prove that a defendant is indebted to him for the amount claimed and his books and accounts arc admitted in support of such claim, and the debt remaining unpaid the plaintiff must succeed. Surely this simple method of recovery might reasonably be ap- plied...

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DRINKING IN ARMY CANTEENS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

DRINKING IN AKMY CANTEENS. ( Major-general Burnett gave some remark- able evidenoe before tho Licensing com- mission, held recently iu England, with reference to the management of Army canteens. Lord Roberta told the oom* mission how the canteens should be managed according to the regulations, but General Burnett spoke from a more intimate know- ledge. The canteens, ho said, in reply to "Vieoount Peel, tho chairman of the com- mission, wore managed on the co-operative principle. In some oases thoy wero rented to the looal brewer, who paid the nominal oharge of about aixpenco a wook. A license waa granted by the magistrates to the person approved by the War officio, and tho canteen wa3 not in tho samo building aa tho recreation-moms, librarioa, fco., though it often had a concert-room attaohod, but it was a speoial regulation that tho oonoerts given were not to ho made tho occasion of a driuking bout. Formerly tho stowards uaod to fiad it to thoir advantage to push tho ¿tue ' Of liqu...

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SOME EXPENSIVE BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

SOME EXPENSIVE BUILDINGS. Probably many readers do not realise the value of some London buildings. Out marvellous* Oity-tho Gity proper, of oourso-though not much moro than ono milo punuro, has a rateable valuo of con- siderably moro than 3J millions sterling. What makes this so remarkable ia that the rutoabl« valuo of tho on tiro metropolis, ooa^ stating of an aroa of 120 milo*, ia only soven times an inuoh an that of tho City itself. The 1 grofs valuo of tho Oity of London is betwe'on four und fivo millions. Tho publio buildings of England are valued at ovor £250,000,000, a fair propor pnrtion of whioh in olaimod by tho metro- polis. Ht Paul's Oathodral itaolf ooBt tho nation ovor \\ millions of inonoy, and wa« built from a tax on soa-ooal Anothor valuable building, tho Albert Hall, waa built at a cost of about £200,000.

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SMALL SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

SMALL SHEEP. fhe very smallest of all kinds of sheep is the tiny Bretoa sheep. It takes its name from the particular part of France where it is most raised. It is too small to be very profitable to raise, for, of course, it cannot have muoh wool, and as for eating, a hungry man eould eat almcst a whole one at a meal. But if not a profitable sheep, it ia a niee little creature for a pet, for it is very gentle and loving. If any person whom it likes is pleased about anything, and shows it by laughing, tho little sheep will frisk about with every kind of joy ; but if, on the con- trary, the person tineas tears, it will evince it» sorrow in an equally unmistakable way. A kind word and a loving caress will fill it with happiness, while a oross word or harsh gesture will oause it evident distress.

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