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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

THE LIVERPOOL HERALD. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1898. THE fine art of diplomacy seems to have been abandoned with regard to the crisis in China and England has intimated that her right to develop the trade of the Empire of the Sun will be maintained "even at the cost of war." The Standard, the leading organ of the Conservative administration, has also proclaimed that " Russia or England must give way," and the British press and people are unanimous for a bold and decisive policy. In the meantime the ships of war of the con- flicting powers are converging on Chinese waters and mention is made of a " virtual alliance" between England and Japan. Japan is blue mouldy for battle and the fighting spirit of the English has been roused to remarkable enthusiasm. Russia shows no indication of relaxing her grip upon China, Germany is just as eager to administer a " blow from a mailed fist," France is sullen but must bide with the designs of Russia and Germany, and...

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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SPORTS AT WOODLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

SPORTS AT WOODLANDS. A DAY'S horse-racing and athletic sports were held at Woodlands. The attendance was small during the forenoon, but Host Brewer,   the promoter, determined to carry out the programme notwithstanding, and during the afternoon there must have been between 300 and 400 persons present. With the excep- tion of the first Pony Handicap (in which the "suspicious" running of some of the ponies caused the judge to declare "no race" and disqualify one of the riders), and a little   difficulty which occurred in the Woodlands Handicap through owners entering horses in excess of the prescribed measurement, every- thing passed off satisfactorily and the sport was good. A number of the bookmaking fraternity were in evidence, but very little wagering took place. Appended are the results : Handicap Footrace, 100 yards.-F. .Nagle 1, C. Thorn 2. Pony Handicap, 12 and under, 4 furlongs.-Mr. Randall's Zara 1, Mr. J. Thorn's Quiver 2. Pony Handicap, 14.1 and u...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ON enquiry yesterday we were pleased to learn that the Mayor (Alderman Moreshead) is rapidly recovering from his recent serious indisposition. THE local Order of Foresters have decided to hold their annual pic-nic at Moorbank on Easter Monday. Full particulars in a future issue. THE local Volunteer Fire Brigade have been furnished by the Metropolitan Fire Brigades' Board with fire extinguishing ap- pliances, including reel and 1000ft of hose, stand-pipes, etc. The efficiency of the mem- bers of the brigade is now the only thing wanting, and we hope the Board will furnish the necessary instruction in that direction forthwith. It is the brigade's intention to have a " wet" practice on Tuesday evening next. " FETTERED for Life," a sensational four act drama, was admirably staged by Tom Madeley's Dramatic Company at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last. There was a large and thoroughly appreciative aud- ience. The various characters were well sus- tained and the pi...

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MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE.   THE regular meeting of the above council was held at the Association Hall, Canley Vale, on Thursday evening last. Present—the Mayor (Alderman Stimson) and Aldermen Asimus, Simpson, Westacott and Telfer. Minutes of previous meeting were read con- firmed. CORRESPONDENCE.     Messrs Hudson Bros. wrote relative to the quality of timber supplied by them for the culvert on Mulgoa-road. Received. Mr. Hill's letter, disputing the ownership of a horse which died near Lewis' property and for which he was charged with expenses incurred by the council in burning, was considered, and the clerk was instructed to reply to the effect that if the amount was not paid within one week legal proceedings would be taken for recovery. The Rev. A. J. Griffiths wrote offering to pay 10s in settlement of his account for arrears of rates. The clerk was instructed to reply stating that the council declined to accept tho offer. REPOR...

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GOT HIS DISCHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

GOT HIS DISCHARGE.   IN a regiment in India, a private wanted to get home, nod saw no other way than shamming deafness. He reported himself sick, and was sent to the hospital. The doctors tried all sorts of ways to find him out, but he was to sharp for them. One day the doctors determined to try bim by firing a pistol off just behind him, but he got to hear of the experiment, and, of course, was prepared for it. As he and his chum were sitting on their cots opposite to each other smoking, the doc- tor stole into the room, unawares as he thought, and fired the pistol close to his ear. He, however, took no notice whatever of the report; but on seeing the smoke, he turned to his chum and said ;   " Put out your pipe, you fool, the doctor will be round directly." It is needless to say his ruse worked.

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PENGUINS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

PENGUINS. Of all the curious birds, I think the penguins must take the first place ; at any   rate, it must be admitted by those who have   seen a group of them, with their fat bodies held erect on the shortest of legs, with their paddle wings hanging down the sides, and   with bills pointing vertically upwards, that   they make a very comical picture. The king penguin is the largest of them ; indeed,   this species is the largest of all the penguins, with the exception of the emperor penguin, which attains a very great size. All the penguins are confined to the Antarctic seas,   where they are met with in great abundance on the northern side of the ocean, such as S. America, S. Africa, and S. Australia, as well as on the ice further towards the south pole. II. Penguins have little fear of man, and allow themselves to be closely approached. In the brooding season they take up their abode in countless thous...

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CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

CANLEY VALE. MUNICIPAL election matters are very quiet this year. Alderman Westacott and ex-Alderman Linely are the only candidates nominated for East Ward and the extraordinary vacancy caused   in West Ward by the retirement of Alderman Waugh respectively. Mr. W. Harris, of Edensor Park, had an idea of contesting the latter seat, but subsequently declined. The only contest, therefore, will be in West Ward, between the retiring alderman (Mr. E. Simpson) and ex- Aldermnn Stevens. The election takes place on tho 5th February. THE rains during the only part of the week have done a vast amount of good to the grape crop. Should favorable conditions continue some good grapes will be placed on the market this year from this district. AN open court, for the revision of the munici- pal lists, was held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last, the Mayor (Alderman Stimson) presiding. Three new names were added to the lists, which were duly revised and endorsed by the chairm...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

CRICKET. TEAMS representing the Campbelltown and Liverpool districts met on Moore Park, the match being witnessed by a fair number of spectators. The local team batted first and were disposed of 156 runs. The visitors then took the wickets and by systematic " stone- -walling" had lost one wicket for 112 runs when time was called—the match thus re- sulting in a draw. The ball used in the match was presented by Host Yates, of the Royal Hotel, where the visitors were enter- tained by the local team—the catering and general arrangements being excellent and reflecting infinite credit upon the proprietor. Appended are the scores : LIVERPOOL. E. Donnan b H. Payten ... 13 D. Donnan b G. Sullivan .... 19 A. Hull c Davies b J. Sullivan ... 46 F. Donnan c Riglesford b H. Payten ... 3 H. Kelly c Lees b Wearne ... 22 C. Donnan b J. Sullivan .... 0 F. Hartge b Lees ... 13 E. Park b Wearne ... 24 H. Blackman c G. Sullivan b Wearne ... 10 E. Cole not out ... 3 A. Wheeler c J. Sullivan b G. Sullivan...

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LIVERPOOL BAND PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

LIVERPOOL BAND PIC-NIC. A PIC-NIC, promoted by the Liverpool Band, was held at Moorbank, in the vicinity of Clinch's Pond. About 300 persons attended —some private pic-nic parties, including the inmates of the Children's Home (in charge of Miss McLean), participating in the fund of amusement provided. Various games were indulged in by old and young, while the selections discoursed at intervals by the band were availed of by the lovers of the light fantastic. Altogether a very enjoyable day was spent.

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ANNIVERSARY DAY AT LIVERPOOL [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

ANNIVERSARY DAY AT LIVERPOOL Turc glorious weather which prevailed on Wednesday last must have been a pleasant surprise to those who had made up their minds for a day's outing and might reason- ably have conjectured that they were doomed to disappointment owing to the heavy and continuous rain which fell up to a late hour on the previous night. The day was ob- served as a close holiday. Knees and ath-   letic sports were held at Woodlands, a pic- nic promoted by the Liverpool Band took place at Moorbank, and a cricket match be- tween teams representing the Liverpool and Campbelltown districts was played on Moore Park. Such a choice of entertainment has seldom been afforded the local public on. holidays, and, judging from the liberal patronage accorded in each case, was fully appreciated.

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eve; A Tale of the Maori War. CHAPTER I. WHOM THE STORY IS ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

Original Novel.. Vp' ""THE" Daughters of Eve; À T'aie of th@ Maori Waif ti . i - ? . ? , : ' ? -^ - : By EDWIN DOIDGB. -NiAnthor of « Father and Son « Tho Mystery of Mervellien,' eto. CHAPTER I. . WHOM THK STOBT IS ABOUT. . They hod passed tho Terri Teri light '?. lurase, and a gentle summer brooze waa . 'bearing., the Edinboro' Castle to her des libation. ThoBe were the days when it ' took three months for a passage from Inver ; pool to New Zealand, and when 'ship-pas . seagers wero somehow bound by links of no ? ordinary strength for the remainder of thoir ? nàtnral lives. It is different with people now who travel by sea. They soaroely havo Hine ' to form friendships, or do not want to form thom. In those pioneer days it established & feeling almost noxt to blood-rolatlonship to '. baye been fellow passengers, sharing tho esme hopes and proepoots, and, porohanne, . tibe'same ambitions, and the same fears of dangers to enoonnter and overcome. Thoeo aro,') i^me of the featu...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JAN. 72, 1898. (Before Messrs. Chapman and Brainoe J'sP.) REMOVING TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT.   THURSDAY, JAN. 72, 1898. (Before Messrs. Chapman and Braine, J'sP.) REMOVING TIMBER. Charles Pobjee was charged with removing a quantity of timber, valued 7s, from land at Banks- town owned by the Benevolent Society. De- fendant, who pleaded guilty, and made a statement to the effect that he was not aware that he was doing wrong by removing the timber, was fined 5s, and ordered to pay 7s value of the timber, 5s witness' expenses and 6s 8d costs of court. BREAKING AND ENTERING. Edward Ryan was charged with breaking and entering the premises owned by Mrs. Miller, in Moore-street, on the 26th inst., and stealing there- from two blankets, a piece of print and other articles. Constable Boyd, on oath, stated : About 1 o'clock yesterday I proceeded to the premises in Moore-street, owned, by Mrs. Miller ; they consist of two shops, both of which were locked up ; one of the shops is unoccupied and the other is occupied by Mrs. Elliot ; the door of the l...

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LIVERPOOL VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

LIVERPOOL VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. A MEETING of the above was held on Thursday     evening last. Capt. Murray presided and there was a fair attendance —Alderman Christiansen being present by request. An apology was received from the Mayor regretting his enforced absence. Mr. A. Randall was admitted a member   of the brigade. The tender of W. W. Smith (£1 17s 6d) was accepted for laying on gas to the fire- station. Messrs. Murray, Freeman, J. Cole, W. W. Smith and Felberg were appointed a com- mittee to carry out all work in connection with the brigade. On the suggestion of Mr. F. Hartge it was decided to celebrate the opening of the fire-station by a dinner to be held in the Town Hall on the 9th prox. and to invite the member for the district, the members of the Fire Brigades' Board and the members of the local council to be present on the occasion. A Committee was ap- pointed to make the necessary arrangements for the dinner, at which the Mayor...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

' WABE MB ' - ?» . ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 18.-r-ToBA.ooo (continued).-TEMPERA OTBH - DISTRIBUTION -? HANDLING: - SWEATING - STBIPPWO - MAITOTAOTOBB OF TOBACCO-THB SAUOB OR LIQUOR DRYING AN» CTTOLINO-BIRDS* Era SHAO. - PIGTAIL - TJSB AND ABUSE OV TOBACCO. The temperature of the barn or storehouse should be kept uniform, and too muoh moisture oan bo got rid of by small smothered Aros of rotten wood and bark ! made on different parts of the floor. In four or fivo woeks tho tobaooo ought to be in case ; at that stago, whon the loaros are stretched over tho onds of the fingers and knuckles, they should bo elastic and tough and slightly oovorod with a glossy kind of moisture. The first rainy day ia thon ohosen for taking down tho loaves, and tho noxt day they aro strippod /rom tho si alka. Tho lower or ground loaves aro genomlly soiled and torn ; theroforo, they aro separated from tho rest ; whilo of those produced on the highor part of tho stalk some are inferior to othors ; the leaves a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

1 4 rjMtMiiUUUJglbinmHîaiBmn^^ nnm«H!Mii.,.inimi.im Li.wnnmw."»iiijii As ^perhaps there are few countries in the .world where defective teeth cause so much tfcrouble as ia Australia, -we desire to direct our ¡readers'' attention to the special ad vantages of ..the treatment pursued by Messrs. J I. Mar- shall and Coy., 'Dentists, of 28 Wynyard >Square, Sydney. If extraction it unavoidable 'they-perform'it absolutely without pain by in- jecting a new remedy round the tooth the fee .foi' which is 5s. If preferred, Ether or Nitrous Oxide gas'is used. Similarly they ^top the-teeth painlessly with pure gold, or ;gold amalgam, etc., from 7s 6d. Also com- plete sets (upper and lower) of artificial teeth -are flitted for ¿65. Good masticating power, :best lasting material, and.natural appearance «of beauty guaranteed. Messrs. J. I. Marshall and Co., Dentists, only add ress is 2 8 Wynyard .Square, :Sydney.* BONANZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. Dixson and Sons manufacture from the .choic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

V TOE ROYAL: ROAD TO SAFE AND EAST TEETHING Is the prompt use of Ashton and Par'sons' MATRIOARIA INFANTS' POWDERS. Thousands of Mothers oan testify to this -and their words are endorsed hy Clergymen, Missionaries, Doctors, Nurses and Dealers ?from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the Biirnsn and FOKKION . 3ROYAL FAMILIES. : They cool the gums, comfort the child, ¿produce a natural calm refreshing sleep, ¿and render teething quite easy. ^Guaranteed Perfectly Harmless. ?'SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. We never get a restless night. .'. Royland Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Please lot ino Iwive another largo box of Tn Hunts' "Powders. Could you let mo-have thom to sell ? I Hi a ve Iel: several people have some, and 1 think wo -could sell a good many. I believe they havo boon ¡a ur rent 'benefit 'to my baby ; wo never got a restloss night with her, and ijhe is cutting tooth. Yours truly, (Mu.) A. BERLEY."...

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BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

BALACLAVA. Monday was the 43 rd anniversary of the Battle of Balaclava, and Lord Tredegar the (Japt. Godfrey Morgun who found him- self in the charge of th a 17th Lancers at Balaolava, when all his senior officers wem either hilled or wounded in tho famous charge of tho Light Briduge-sailed tho oo oaeion to describe what ho did and saw on that memorable day. Hero is his narrativo : -My firat recollection on tho eventful morn- ing of Oot. 25, 1864, was turuiug out before dawn, very cold and unoomfortahlo, but soon after forming up in front of our camp. Unusual movements wero observed in tho redoubts held by the Turks on tho rising ground of our loft front, and it was not long before we felt that something out of tho com- mon was going co happen on that Bide of Balaolava. Wo had not long to wait, as we flaw shots striking the redoubts from an in- visible enemy tho other sido of the hill. Soon after this tho lances of the Cossacks or other Russian cavalry appeared over tho brow surroun...

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KILLED BY HIS PET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

KILLED BY HIS PET. At Sfc. Bartholomew's Hospital, Mr. Langham hold an inquest on Mr. Philip Hirschberg, 30, shipping accountant to tho National Bank, lately residing at St. James's road, Surbiton, who died from hydrophobia. Mr. S. Winnolabacker, merchant, of Openey-ores., Camden Town, etated that with other friends he was dining with deceased on Aug. 22, at St. Jamea's-rd., when Mr. HirHohberg's pet dog olimbod first on to its owner's chair and then on to his shoulder. Deceased told it to get down, but it tbegan licking his faoe, and as ho moved to push it down it bit him through the car, causing blood to flow. Dr. Lanoe, house Burgeon at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, stated that decoaeed was admitted to the hospital on Oct. 16, suffering from fits which woro consistent with hydrophobia, and death ensued '¿4 hours later. He waa satisfied that death was DUE TO HYDROPHOBIA. Mr. A. O. Hughes, veterinary surgeon, residing at Surbiton, stated that he received tho dog under his charge afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

QOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. The Treasury, Now South Wales./ 7th January, I808T\ ANNUAL TENDERS. ' TENnrcns for supply and jniTTvVy ol' :- J 1. Rations, Provisions,'»fcc., for Gaols m Country Districts, '< / 2. Forage For tho Polico thro ighoufc/tho Colony, / During a fixed period of twel o oí lend ar months from 1st April, 1898, will ho/received at tho Treasury up to ¿moon of Thursday, 17th February, 1808. For Further particulars seo Govcrnmont Gazette. 2n24 G. II. REID. itnrriiinnir-i-ni II in-iniiminiiniiMii MU £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. |OUGAL'S Registered List, containing muñón of 20,000 families advertised for, to (daim property and money siuce 1700. Price ls Od, post freo 2a. Every man and women should buy this book, as instructions aro given how to recover property from Chancery.-DOUG AL und Go., 02 Strand, London, Eng. Eat. 184'1. A fortune may await you. This hook can now lie obtained from W. G. L'igby, Adelaide; Gurdon and G-'foh, Mol., Brisbuno; G. Robertson &a...

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SHORT STORY THE END OF THE GAME. (Continued from last week.) HE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 29 January 1898

" . ama? S^QET *. i -? V THE END OF THE GAME. (Continued from last week.) HE. . The strikes are making dramas at every street corner. I am ont «ll day, and writing leaders at night. It's a tremendous ehanoo to do splendid work, but I shall throw it up and go to you if I don't hear by the next mail. What right have yon to Withdraw from your faith-your bond? You aro mine, I tell you 1 I can't t top to argue, with socialism pulling at one sleeve and love at the other ; but-como ! stand up like a man, and tell me yon love me. I ohallenge you! puis. Do not think of coming to me when you can march in tho van of a movement like this, and throw one influencing note into the uproar of voices. I think of you as Taillefer before Hastings ; and the struggle of class to-day is no loss tremendous than that between races eight centuries ago. Ch, that I too were wise enough to influence the scale by a hair ! But I am not, and there- fore I joy in knowing that I have a friend in the field, and that ...

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