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A BORN MUSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

A BORN MUSICIAN. George Frederick Handel, though some- times olaimed as an English composer, was born at Halie, Upper Saxony, on Feb. 23, 1684. His father, surgeon to the Elector of Bradenburg, early intended that his young- est son should be educated for the legal profession. But music was young Handel's passion, his earliest delight being a mimic I orohestra of toy drums and trumpets. For a time his parents bore patiently with this fanoy, but his father, fearing the passion for musio might interfere with his study of law, sternly prohibited all musioal instru- ments from his house, and henceforth all places in whioh music was practised wore to bo avoided. This vraa a sore trouble to the young enthusiast;, who sought means to obtain possession of an old clavichord, and succeeded in smuggling the treasure into a garret at the top of his father's house. Hero, after muffling the wires of the instru- ment, he praotised at night when the house- hold was asleep. At tho ago of seven hs ao...

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

(POSTAL INFORMATION. MAUS are despatched from «Liverpool Post (Office ?daily «(Sundoysexoepted), as follows: Sydney, 'Parramatta, anti Gledfield,'.9'30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbarik, Bonnyrigg, (Preston's, and Hoxton Park. H a.m. ?Sydney, 12'!J0 p.m. .Campbelltown, Camdon, Narellan,'Granville, and ' T.-P.O., at o-.'JO p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, at !)'30 p.m. 'On every Tuesday and Saturday mails are des- patched for Holdsworthy-and 'Eckersley a 12 noon. On everv Saturday night a mail iß despatched to 'Travelling P.O., with betters for the Northern and 'Westum lines, afc 9*30. On Sundays mails ure despatched ¡to' Sydney,) Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. afc fi JP''"-_ MATAS arereoéived at the .Liverpool ' Post 'Office .daily (Sundays excepted), as follows : ? ?Syd ney j Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 am. ; Moor'lmnlc/O'tfß a. m. . Sydney, 'Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, 'Cam den, 10 ami. bonnyrigg, 12'45 pjm. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. -Bringelly and Preston's, ...

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

p U BL IO NOT I O E . I hereby notify that I will not be re- sponsible for any debts contracted by my wife or any other person without my written authority. EBER FULLÁGAR. Liverpool, Oct. 5th, 1898.' A BOON TO LADIES. Madame Bilton's Famous .Female Remedy for; ¿11':ir , . ,regularities, .and obstructions,. from whatever , cause . arising i . . (and no matter of how , long ; > ¡standing), acts almost i mine -?ri .] diately, does not interfere with "household duties^' and 'will1 not injure the most 'clclicate.' Over twenty thousand cases, success , . fully treated. Particulars: and ¡j proofs, sent free' on ; receipt, of ' ' .stamped addressed envelope. All ?'letters are held as strictly private ' , and confidential. - Mrs. Bilton, r '! 13 Bond-si. Sydney.1. ?'¿?>> QO VE RNMENT. ADVE RTISEMENTS. Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post O Hi ce, ? Sydney, 10th September, 1898. TENDERS aré invited for thp Performance from the 1st, January next,ijft af large num- be...

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ENGLISH LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

ENGLISH LETTER. Simplicity, it appears, ia the keynote of: Paris fashions. There is less trimming on the bodices in Paris than there is he.e ; and the skirts are made to fit closely over the hipa. The skirt widena out at the hem, where they are trimmed with rows of nar- row frills. So excessive is the goring that the hem of the skirt gives tho appearanee of a deep flounce, whioh is in some instance* headed with a ruohe or beaded passementerie. This gives the desired effect of a flounce; To simulate this style requires clever out ting, and also careful arrangement of ¡tho trimming. London fashions are characterised by ex*> travaganoe and over elaboration of trim- ming. Many elegantly be-frilled gowns are worn on SundayB and for afternoon visiting whioh would, at one time, have been con- sidered suitable for evening dross or Bmart functions. Now they aro seen in the Lon- don streets and wherever women of fashion do congregate. Dresses and oapes fashioned of pale-tinted silk, entire...

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

(Registered , Trade Mark.),, ; A VITALISEÎ6 TONIC .?? 2 IMPARTING NE W.LIFE & ENEliGY TO THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. CUBES /Neuralgia. Neuritis Sciatica. Impaired Vitality. Brain Fag. Nervous Exhaustion. Melancholia Rheumatism Lumbago. Sleeplessness. Local & General Debility. Constitutional Weakness. Impaired Digestion. And all such Disorders, 40, Henslowe Road, Barry Road, Enat Dulwich, S.E. MESSRS. ASHTON & PARSONS. , Dear Sirs,-I am delighted to be able, for the first time in my life, to bear testimony to the eflicuoy of a patent medicine (and I have tried numbers), but I must certainly congratulate you rm having at the last tapped'tb« Elixir Vitro- at least, so it has proved ia my oasr» : I am, of cours*», referring, to your PROSPERINE, which, if I had my wiH, should be supplied free to every rheu- matic or dyspeptic subject ia England, feeling sure that they would each ooe experience ah equal benefit to myself. I haye been suffering for the past twelve month« wit...

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

'énëraf Dc . lo r ervousness Truthful Narrative of Great Suffering and A Radical Cure. THE CASE OF MRS. JAMES WILLIAMS! '(From the " Marrieltville Review? 16/7J9S.J (BY OÜJt Sl'KCIAT, 1U3POKTER.) " GET the plain, unadulterated truth 3 " These were the instructions given to cur < Weekly Htvieio) reporter when he waa de- spatched to interview Mrs. Jamen Williams, of, Holmesdale Street, Marrickville, Sydney. .Our reporter wns fortunate enough to find Mrs. William« at home, and on his explain-, iug tho motive of his visit that lady ac- corded him a most.-hearty welcome. No one, to look at Mrs. Williams now, would ever au*peet that she had suffered from any serious illness. She isa fine specimen of a woman, a d looks in grand health. Our re- porter complimented her on her appearance. " 1 was very different a little while ago," su id Mrs. Williams, with a smile. *' And that's what Í want to hear all about," responded the newspaper man. "I suffered," <cuut nued Mrs. W...

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

G-BAVB CHABOBS ALWAYS MKT.-Burial Ï fees.. . . Sir Obarles (to his cockney valet, to whom he has lent his machine to go to the pout)-: What have you done to my bicycle, John?'' It makes a torriblo noise.-John : I don't . think it makes a noise, Sir Charles, but it's the distriot ia so quiet, air i CANDID.-Joseph: If I should die would 1 you get another fellow, Mary Jane ? Mary Jane : There ain't no other fellow round/' here, Joseph, or £ shouldn't wait for yon to ? die! KNEW HIS OW».-Owner : I've got five' horses entered jin tho next race, and there are only Bevon entrioB.-Friend : Indeed !" give me a tip.-Owner: Baok the othèr two. Dow» AT MAKO-ATB.-'Now we are en- gaged, Adolphus, £ feel 1 must tell yon an awful family Beorot-er-my great-grand- father was sentenced to a year's imprison- ment !'-. That's nothing, sweet girl ; I've' done five in my timo !' The Child: Do you sip yout tea, Mrs « Blakeley P-Tho Tiaitor : Yea, foraetiraea. Why do you ask P--Tho Child : Ia that the reaso...

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

J1ÖO,ÖOO,,OÖO UNCLAIMED. DOtÍGAT/S Kpííistprer] Xi ist, 'containing1 umnes of '50,000 fumüiee advurn'sed ''for. tn oln;im property « nd mo ney ai no« 17700. IPrice I-a tí'l, post !fnee :2s. Every man and wouion should buy 'this .honk, ns instructions are given Imw to ,r eco ver jp r o porty -tm a\ Gb a n oe ry. -TD 0 U© A L »inf) 0<>., <62 Strand. ¡London, tEug. JSst. TI8&tl. .A fortune may await you. This 'book-can now bo obtained from W. <G. ¡Bifrby. Anelaid*:; Gordon and «Gr -tch, M'»l.. Brisbane.; G. Robertson >& <Oo., Mel., .'Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane.. "RONANZA 'CIGARS.-A. révolution in cigars. ODixson and Sons .manufacture from the ^choicest Havana tobacco, with a necessary ¡portion-of American, at a:price never before .-attempted. 4 for-Gd.!.! Sample .hundreds sent .carnage paid for 10s.* Mit .J. H. Marsden, solicitor, '.has com .menced practice at 89 .Elizabeth-stroet, i -Sydney ¡(opposite the Supreme Court)...

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

f. The ,Psalm pf Life. Toll nao not in mournful numbera Advertising rióos not pay'; For tho mini's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. Lifo is real! Life is earnest 1 And tho man who hopos to rise To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In tho world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertis'ng is thc secret Of achievement in the Ftrife. Hives of rich men all remind us We cnn make our own sublime, .And by liberal advertising . To the highest summit climb. THE Liverpool Mera .With which ia incorporated the "Livurpool Times'" and "Liverpool Mercury), Published Every Saturday Morning, 'leone of tho BKST ADVKKTTSING MJADIUM .out of Sydney, aa t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the Whole pf 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 LATEST NEW S Î right up to the time'of p...

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SKETCHER. SCRETS TURNED TO ADVANTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 October 1898

T-* SOESTS TI$RNED TO ADVANTAGE. That 'J&kowledge is power' -will not be ^sputed/by anyone, but whether it is always " honest! to uso that which has been gained secretly is another question. A well-known beauty of a large watering place in the West of England, whose com- plexion was not always of the Bame com- position as Nature hod meant it to bo, was one day in the midst of her toilette before going to a reception held by one of tho ' leading lights of Society in the town. Her maid, in putting the <amel on her dainty cheeks, managed to let some of the liquid drop into her nv stress's mouth ! The en- raged beauty, with flashing eyes, hurled every ephitet of abuse in her vocabulary at the astonished maid, and threatened to keep her in on the following Sunday. As only half the lady's faoe had undergone the peouliar procesa of enamelling, leaving the other in a state whioh, though in itself very nice, scarcely matched, the servant saw her advantage, and coolly remar...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [WHILE we shall be glad to publish letters, it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] CANLEY VALE SCHOOL EXAMINATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. | [Whilis we shall be glad to | ublish letters, it must ! be understood that it does not follow, we en- dorse the opinions ol' our correspondents.] I CANLEY VALE SCHOOL EXAMINA- TION. | To the Editor. Sir.-The examination of the above school ' by its teacher, Mr. Reay, the result of which appeared in a recent issue of your journal,' must stamp the teacher as a genius. Probably, by his action, which is inique, he may prove to the Minister for Education that there is np necessity for school inspectors, and thus save the country a deal of money. He may argue : Why should not every teacher examine his scholars as he did and report the result 1 Then he might further improve the position of teachers by claiming payment by results-which would be a boon to teachers of Mr. Reay's calibre. The pupils he named as most successful gained four-fifths of the possible marks obtainable. There were not many for a school of a hundred pupils, hub likely many pupils did rabher badly, bub...

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PERSONAL AND POLITICAL [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

PERSONAL AND POLITICAL Mu. Barton will shortly resume his practice at the Bar. The Premier is silent on that threatened Hast- ings and Macleay petition. .' Boy Politician" Caulfield is very ill in Pt ince Alfred Hospital. Libel cases are as dangerous as whi.sky cases. Mr. Crick thinks a seat should be secured for Mr. Frank Clarke in the first Federal Parliuinent. Less patriotic politicals will get there. The German Socialists have passed a resolution condemning the policy of Protection. What have the Freetraders done to deservp this. The Premier has now an excellent opportunity for filling up I he vacancies in the Council. There is no lack of ambitious supporters ready to go " up stairs." Tile famous spot where Captain Cook landed nt Botany Bay is private propertv-a fact which shows that soma Governments would sell anything. Mr. Carruthers is having the site re-invested in the Crown. Within a month the Federation resolutions should be debated and disposed of hy the Assembly and Coun...

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MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

" MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. The regular meeting of the above council was held at the Association Hall, Canley Vale, on the evening of the 6th instant. Present-the Mayor (Alderman Stimson), and Aldermen Westacott, Asirnus and Simpson. Miuutes of previous meeting were read and con- firmed. .OOIinESPONDENOB. The Cabramatta Progress Association wrote re- questing that Cumberland-road be cleared, in order to provide a track for children attending the public school and render them less liable to he bitten by soakes. Received and referred to the Works Com- mittee. The Prospect and Sherwood Council wrote asking for an expression of council's opinion on a proposal for the establishment of a County Council, to em- brace Parramatta and surrounding districts. On the motion of the Mayor, seconded by Alderman Asimus, it was resolved-" That this council does not favor the proposal and that a reply be sent to that effect." The Drummoyne Council wrote enclosing copy erf letter received ...

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WILD FLOWER DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

WILD FLOWER DANCE. A " Wild Flower" dance, arranged by several local ladies and gentlemen, was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last. The hall was tastefully decorated for the occasion, and the illumination to the stage scenery by chinese lanterns had á very pretty effect. Between thirty and forty persons attended, including visitors from the metropolis and suburbs, the comparatively small attendance in no way militating against the enjoyable character of the affair. Mr. Buist (Parramatta) supplied excellent music, and dancing, which commenced shortly before 9 o'clock, was kept up with out cessation till midnight, when supper was served in the Mayor's room by Mr. and Mrs. Freeman in their usual first-class style. After supper dancing was resumed and con- tinued on till the small hours. Mr. A. Goodman made an efficient and obliging M.C. Among those present were-Mr. and Mrs. Peterson (Rydalmere), Mr. and Mrs. T. Kelly (Parramatta), Mr. and Mrs. Mullett, Mesdames Mills (Parra...

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NOVEL. The Chapel of Ease CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

NOVEL. The Chapel of Ease Ey Harriet Riddle- Davis. CHAPTER V.-r-(Oontinued.) John did not question her further, but turned away to fasten his horse at the rack. He had ridden over fiom his place, which was only a little beyond Chapel House, and he ' would leave his horses in Dorset if he went coon-hunting, for horses do not enter into the account with coons ; only an axe, a lantern or a pine toroh, a good dog or two, and plenty of enduranoe and wind being the necessary equipments for ooon-hunting. And this particular hunt was to bo started in the woods surrounding Dorset, and would extend, no doubt, to the low ground a mile or two from the village, where there was a sluggish marsh stream, with plenty of brier patcheB and razor-edged saw-grass growing about it, and where the coon, if one wore found, being eoini-aquatio by nature, would be likely to take refuge if hard pressed by his foes. The hunters, some five or six in number, were now ready to start. John went out into the middle...

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ALL SAINTS' R.C. CHOIR PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

ALL SAINTS' R.C. CHOIR PIC-NIC. Tue members of All Saints' R.C. Choir, Liverpool, together with a number of their local and metropolitan friends, held a river pic-nic on Monday last. The weather was delightful and the affair proved a decided success. The party numbered about forty, and included the Hon. V. Parkes, M.L.A., Postmaster-General, Rev. Fathers Walsh (priest of the parish), Kiekham (Camden), Power {Rookwood), Kiely (St. Francis'), Murphy (Pymble), Carroll (Sydney), Mr. and Mrs. Mullett, Mrs. Cloke, Mrs. and Miss O'Ryan (Ingleburn), Misses Cohen (Sydney), Stanley, Connelly (Glenfield), Kean (Camp- belltown), Brooke, Donnan, Kelly, Haynes, Murphy (4), Murray (2), O'Brien, Downey (Smithfield), Nurse O'Keefe (Newington), Messrs. Downey (Smithfield), Don, (Sydney),' T. Murray, J. Marsden, L. Murphy and J. V. Cahalan. - The metropolitan contingent joined the party on »he arrival of the 10*20 a.m. train and a start was at once made for '* The Quarry," some five miles from town, i...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

CHAPTER VI. The morning after the coon hunt was court-day in Dorset. The oirouit court was to hold its term in the primitive, red brick courthouse which stood baok from the vil- lage street upon a slight eminence, and, with its white wooden cupola surmounting it, wa8, next to the town pump, the most important and conspicuous thing in the town. Here the quarrels about boundary lines, the casos ot sheep-killing uoh;h, rho disputes over county roads, wore settled ; here also, when the court was not holding its term, political meetings were held and lectures given,. andK no matter what the oc- casion was," whether ol justioe or of a pole-raising, there was sure to be a gather- ing from all over the county. Every hitch- ing pnst, horse rack, and fence in the town would bo pressed into servioe, muoh to the benefit of trade at tho store and post office. Sometimes the term, of the court would hold but a day ; then all the excitement of the occasion would he compressed into a few short houis...

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The Liverpool Berald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

«% ïmerpol licola, Published every Saturday Morning , SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The vineyards and orchards in the Canley Vale district are looking well, although a few days' rain would prove beneficial at the present time. What wa« familiarly known as the "egg dip" on the Canley Vale-road has recently been supplanted by a culvert. The Cabramatta and Canley Vale Council are to be complimented upon the excellent work done on this road, as well as other roads in the municipality, during the comparatively short time they have had the control of the expenditure of the rates received within that area. The notorious " Jim" Castles will address meetings at the local Salvation Army Barracks to-night and to-morrow. It will be interesting to poultry breeders of this district to know that Mr. J. Wade's white Leghorn pulleb exhibited at the last Moss Vale Poultry Show, . and bought by Mr. H. Cadell (Bonnyrigg) for £3 3s 6d, was sold ut au advance. Mr. Cadell, writing to Mr. ...

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HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

X. = ,-&>?< In a ballroom a soft young man said to a .Weet girl, « May I sit on your right hand ?' Her quick answer was, « Why, of course not ; you'd better take a chair.' Mabel: ' Isn't it quiet hero ?' Isobel: 'Yes, net a soul in sight. It's hardly worth while bathing, is it?' '. Tommy ! Tommy ! Do stop that shout- ing, my boy.' «But, mamma, what's the use of a hollerday if you can't holler?' « Do you think you oan support me, George?' she asked, an hour after he had proposed. ' 'Yes, if you'll get on the other knee/ he said. First Disputant : * Then I'm a liar r* Second Ditto : ' On the contrary, my dear fellow-yon have just spoken the truth.' Mrs Malaprop: 'This horseless carriage is bound to be a great success.' Mrs Cobwigger : ' "What makes you think ?o?' Mrs Malaprop : . Why, just think of the number of persons there are in the world who can't afford to keep a horse !' 'Can you tell me where the automaton chess-player is?' asked a gentleman of an att...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

THE ROYAL HOTEL, LIVERPOOL. 'OUR MEETING PLACE.' McEwan's English Ale on draught. C. BISHOP, Proprietor. FOR INDIGESTION LOSS OF APPETITE A Household Remedy Throughout Queensland. We give the following testimony from Mr. Frank P. Peacock of Given Terrace, Paddington, Queensland, whose experience is in exact accord with thousands of others : "I have used Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla in my family for indigestion, loss o£ appetite, and as a tonic, with very satisfactory results. I have been pleased to recommend it to my friends and in many cases they have used it .with equal satisfaction. 5s a household remedy throughout Queensland. It is the kind that cures." For constipation take Dr. Ayor's Pills. Thor rvonnptly relieve and surely cure. Take thom Witu Dr. Ayer's Saraparilla: ono aids tho other. A Wm TO LADIES. Madame Bilton's Famous Female Remedy for all ir- regularities and obstructions, from whatever causo arising (and no matter of how long standing), acta almost imme- diately, docs nob...

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