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THE LIGHT THAT CAST NO SHADOW. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

THE LIGHT THAT OAST NO SHADOW. CuBious stories ore told about the powers pos- sessed by certain natives of India, who live up among the Himalaya mouptains. These old men it is said, have devoted scores of years to the , study of natural laws and forces, which the vest of the world knows nothing about. Lately a German professor visited the " adepts," as these queer Hindus are called, for the purpose of Unding out the secret of their remarkable perform- ances. They treated bim rather scurvily. but in- terested him all the same. One day the pro- fessor wanted to examine some ancient Sanskrit manuscripts. An adept went with him to a cave wherein the books were kept. The place was as dark as the bottom of a well. " I can't see to read, here," said the visitor. " Then we will have some light," was the reply, and immediately (the professor, says) a soft, pearly light brightened the cave. He could not tell whence it caine, but he noticed that it had one strange quality-it cast not the sligh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

'V^HêVP.salm pfeife., "?'' Tell nie'notîn mournful numbers - Advertising does not pay ; For the num's non compon mentis Who would such absurd tilings say. Life is real! LiEo is earnest 1 And the man who hopes to riBO To suocess in any calling Must expect to advertise. In tho world's brond field of battle, In the conflict of real lifo, Advertising is the seoret Ol'achievement in the ptrifo. Lives of r.ieh men all remind us We can make our own sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. THE Liverpool Herald With which ia incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and " Liverpool Mercury), Published Every Saturday Morning, Is one of the BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS out of Sydnoy, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the whole of the District, inoluding hanley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta. Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of Liverpool. It contains the LATEST NEWS right up to the time of public...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

Impurities of the Blood. Until these purifying Pills have had n fair trial, let no one Ae longer oppressed wi'h the notion that his malady is in- curable. A fevr doses »"ill remove all disoi dered actions, rouce the torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer on every function heilthUil vigour. They work n thorough purification throughout the whole sysieui, without disordering the natur.il action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headach" No organ in the human body in so liable to disorder as the .iver. Remember that when naiviea, flatulency, or acidity on the stomach warn ¡is that digestion is not proceeding properly, Holloways Pills give strength to evey organ, speedily remove aH causes of indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In easel of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excès* of any kind, whether tuen tal or physical, the effects of these Pills...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

'?""?""'»[?iiiT[Viiii¡i;r¡pni;nn"Tnn;i POSTAL INFORMATION. Maus aro despatched from Liverpool Poëfc Offioe .daily (Sundays execpted), as follows: Sydney, Parramatta, and Gledfield, 9 «30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, Preaton's, and Hoxton Park, 11 a.m. Sydney, 12*30 p.m. Campbelltown, Camdon, Narollan, Granville, and T.P.O., at fi"J0 p.m. Sydney. Parramatta, und Granville, at 9'30 p.m. On every Tuesday nnd Saturday mails are des- patched for Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 noon. On every Saturday night a mail is ilebpalchod to Travelling P.'U, with letters for the Northern and Wustc-rn lines, at 9*30. On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 5 íP-m- \_ Mails are received at the Liverpool Post ßffice .daily (Sundays oxceptcd), as follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at S 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 Prosto...

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POETRY. A TRIO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

*' :*;; poetry. -* ...; ATRIO. y' } I, and the Bird, j And the Wind together, Sang a supplication In the wintor weather. v The Bird Bang for sunshine, Aqd tree* of winter fruit, And love in the spring1-time, When the thiokets shoot. And I sang for patience 1 " When the teardrops start ; Olean hands and olear eyes, And a faithful heart. And the "Wind thereunder, As we faintly oried, Breathed a bass of wonder, Blowing deep and -wide. -A. O. Bbihbon.

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PHYLLOXERA IN THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

PHYLLOXERA IN THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. Mr. T. O. Browne, secretary of the Canley "Vale and Cabramatta Fruitgrowers' As- sociation, has kindly .furnished us with a copy of the Government Viticulturalist's re- port, dated 31st January, 1898, on the above subject. The report is as follows: Canley Vale has been already inspected and the visit to the vineyards in other parts is proceeding with the most satisfactory results. An inspector is at present engaged in the parish of St. Luke, an otheris about Fairfield, the third is around Kelly- ville and the fourth is finishing the district of Ryde. Although the vineyards nearest to the recently diseased areas have been carefully . inspected, no phylloxera could be seen. This, however, does not exclude the possibility of the insect being there, because when it is in its earliest stage its detection is a mere question of chance. Of course we shall continue the inspection in order to check any new outbreak, should any occur, at its first start,...

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WORK IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

WORK IN GERMANY. Tn Germany there aro some ^ unique in- stitutions styled ' Work OolonieB,' where men able and willing to work may go, and Í>ny their way till some profitable labour is ound. Applioantp for help must promise to stay in tho colony at least four weeks, and have tho privilege of staying longer if no work has boon found for thora outside by tho managers. The ooloniea aro supported by contributions and the prooeods of the work of the colonists. Every man reçoives a mark (uno (milling) a day, and some, work- ing by the pieoe or at spooial work, make a mark and a half. Out of these earnings, something is taken for food and lodging. The food is simple hut abundant, aud the beds aro i'aitly comfortable .

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RANJI'S PET PECULIARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

MIHm I illMIITITlWTrHT^TTMrffT-WTTM*TWTT~~^-^-----^ .» . RANJI'S PET PECULIARITY. All great men have some peculiarity that make them different to most people. The Prince's principal peculiarity is that he takes excellent care of his health. Bile Beans for Biliousness will help you to take good care of your health. They are the par excellence of medicine, used for years by the best physicians in America. They are made at Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A., and are sold throughout the world. They come to Australia with a re- putation of success with the business man, the mechanic, and capitalist there. Bile Beans are nature's remedy, and as the price is only 9£d., they are within the reach of all, hence their popularity. Bile Beans for Biliousness will be found useful in the following ail- ments :-Constipation, Headache, Liver and Stomach Trouble, such as Indigestion, Fulness after Eating, Eruptions of Gas, Heart Palpita- tion, Dizziness, Buzzing in the Head, Sallow Complexion, &c. T...

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A JOCKEY'S TERRIBLE CONDITION. A SERIES Of ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

A ^pb^Y^^ÎÉBRî'BLÈ CONDITION. '? A SERIES Of ACCIDENTS. . '. ¡ -i^_«^ J . - .. It may he taken for granted that nothing îh further'îrom, the mind of the jockey, when riding' ta telose.-eontestftd race, than thp «bancos of hu accident occ-oring. The fre- quency with which mishaps take place on the racecourse, however, serves to illustrate tho .old saying, "Its the unexpected that geneially^happe-us." Mr. T. EL Lampard, of 15 Fisher-street. Adelaide, who was an intenso sufferer from in hgeation and internal injuries, the results of accidents wi'b hot ses, and who has been completely cured ' by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pule People, stated his case to a reporter a« follows:'- ' "I have been a sufferer for years with Chrnnio .Indigestion, and internal injuries received accident »Hy from horses. When I was sisteen years of age a horse threw me' heavily, which «tunned me, and I lay unoon «ohms for sic hours, f was carried home to where I was then living at Eafct Wellington, South Austr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

PHOSFEMNE (Registered Trade Murk.) A,VITALISING TONIC IMPAKTING.NEW LIEE & ENERGY TO THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. OTTIR/IEiS Neuralgia. Neuritis Sciatica. Impaired Vitality. Brain Fag. Uervous Exhaustion. Melancholia Rheumatism Lumbago. Sleeplessness. Local & General Debility. * Constitutional Weakness. Impaired Digestion. And all such - Disorders. 40, Henslowe Road, Barry Road, E»at Dulwich, S.E. Messrs. ASHTON & PARSONS. D*»»r Sire»,-I am delighted io be ahlp, for the first time in ray life, to bear testimony to rhe efficacy of a patwnt medicine (and I have tried numbers), but I must certainly congratulóte you on having at the lust tapped the Elixir Vi1 te-at least, so it has .proved iu mv ens*« : I am, of cours», referring .to your PHOSFERINE, which, if I had my will, should be supplied free to every iheu rnatic or dyspeptic subject io England, feeling sure that they would each one ^esperionoA an equal benefit to myself. I have been suffering for th« past twelve mon...

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A PATRIARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

A PATRIARCH. In spite of the introduction of railways, telegraphs, the eleotrio light, and the higher education, Hindustan remains a land of marvels and miraoles. Thus, the native papéis tell of a remarkablo old gentleman resident in the Madras Presidenoy, who quite puts all biblical ¡¡potentates into tho shade. True, he does not claim to be moro than 85G years of age, but he wears splendidly, and seems good for many more oentaries. It is, however, in other matter?, of an even more miraculous charaotor, that this an oient Baint fairly distances Methusaloh and all other of the long-lived. For 40 years ho has not taken any kind of nourishment, . not. even a drop of water,' while the moat virulent poisons havo no effeot on his superb constitution. But the greatest marvel of all is that tens of thousands of people, inoludiug «a good many editors, implicitly believe the old Ananias, and regard him as a demi-god.

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BILE BEANS. WHAT ARE THEY FOR? BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIPATION, ETC. WHAT DO THEY COST? WHY, ONLY 9½d. PER BOX. A CURE FOR 9½d. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

BILE BEANS:. .. ', WHAT. ÀttE THE Y-FOR'?'.'; " ". ; '. BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIPATION, ETC. . , ". WHAT DO THEY COST?. , ;.'.', WHY,'ONLY^d. PER BOX.' . . . A CURE FOR'9'^d. , ' . The modern science of medicine tends to concentration. Bile Beans for Biliousness con- tain in a condensed form ingredients that will prove a genuine specific for all digestive troubles. The bile is one of the most im- portant factors in the process of digestion, and defective bile secretion causes a number of very serious ailments, such as constipation, piles, diarrhoea, liver trouble, indigestion, headache, etc. A healthy liver secretes sufficient bile, I but when the liver's action becomes impaired distressing symptoms immediately follow. I These distressing symptoms Bile Beans cure, I not by relieving the effect, but by getting to the fountainhead-the liver. Bile Benn* are made at Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A., and have been used throughout that country for years by the best physicians. A trial mean...

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TRAVELLER. RHODESIA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

toátouíbb. t ! RHODESIA. As matters stand, Rhodesia is immensely superior to the Transvaal for emigrants. Now that the Kimberley-Buluwayo railway is completed, the hugo provino« whioh 'Mr. Rhodes has added to our Empire id bound to go ahead at exprès ppesd. and whether a settler takes up with gold mining, with agriculture, or with trading, it will be his own fault if he does nob prosper. He must not mind roughing it, noi must he shirk hard work and long hours ; in a new country such conditions of life have to be cheerfully accepted. Bat rich reward is equally certain ; a few years of arduous toil, sobriety, and self-denial, almost always con- duct first to comfort, and finally to affluence.

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THE SEINE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

THE SEINE BRIDGE. One of the strangest bridges in the world . will be built over the river Seine, near Rouen: Paraaongers will eros« at the lovel of the banks-whioh aro not high-and yet the budge will offer no impediment to naviga- tion. This is the way it will be done :-On eaoh side of the river will be erected a tower one hundred and ueventy feet ia height, and at that elevation a lattice work bridge will be thrown acroas. Kails will bo laid on the bridge, and they will carry u Hkei -ton plat- form on wheels, whioh can bo pulled back and forth by steam or oleotrioiry. Cables of steel wire will dopend from tne platform, and upon them at the levol of the banks will hang a great car to hold a hundred pas- sengers and also vehioles. The loaded car will be pulled across by meana of the rolling platform. At eaoh eide of the river the bridge connects with tramcar lines, and it is intended that tho cara shall bo rolled upon the hanging bridge and the passengers transferred from one side o...

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MONTE CARLO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

MONTE CIARLO. The latest report from the gambling holl that defaoes the beauty ot Monte Carlo fur- nishes some very interesting figures. The past year'a receipts were 6,000,OOOf., thus distributed :-His Highness Prinoe Albert of Monmio, 2,000,OOOf. ; police, gendarmerie, publia education, streets, gardens, 1,500, OOOf. ; yearly salary of the officials of the Oaaiuo, directors, administrator, oruupierB, and »orvaats, 1,000,OOOf. ; entertainments, theatre, orohestra, races, regattas, pigeon shootings, and oharitablo institntionp, 800,OOOf ; advertising, 600,OOOf ; travol money for unfortunate players, in order to enable them to reaoh their respective bornes, lOO.OOOf. ; prevention of suiolde, 100,000f. But notwithstanding this last-mentioned precaution, thirty-five pernons managed to I elude the vigilanoo of the ouôtodians, and 1 dea ¿roy ed themselves laab year.

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THE COMING 'JAP.' [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

THE COMING « JAP.» . Acoording to a communication of M. Albert Gauttard to the French Ethnographic Society, the efforts whioh the Japanese have been making Pinoe the revolution of 186S to adapt themselves to European civilisation ana modes of life have resulted in surprising transformations of thoir national type. Some of them are lomug the eocen trioity of ttieir eye» and the prominence of their cheek bones ; children born recently havo less flattened noses than their ancestors, and a skin not so yellow. On the other hand, Europeans residing porra anon tly in Japan lose the rosy colour of their skin and tend to acquire an eooentrioity in the eye.

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A PRIVATE STILL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

A PRIVATE STDLD. Some time ago there was a smuggler in Glantartan, named Maota viah, who rented a small farm, and this genius had ' brewed his .? " drink' for years without doteclion. ¡ Ho was strongly suspected by tho revenue * offioors, and many a timo his promises wera searched without avail. There was not a vestige of distilling apparatus or ingredients to be found on the farm or about the farmhouse of Mr. Mae tavish, and yet the officer* felt morally certain that he was working nu ilKcit still. They searched, a-* they thought, every nook and cranny of tho nei&houring hills and dells, and clefts, and prooipicea, and they were fated to come homo every night . crestfallen and ompty-îiauded. . They had tried many residents in tho glun for some information on the subjeot, ¡mci though a few were prepared to admit that Maotavish was smuggling somewhere, everybody pleadod ignorance of the ¿vartionlar looality. Maotavish know all this well enough, and he used to taunt the office...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

A LIFE TIME or INDIGESTION ! Absolutely Incapacitated for Business. WAS SCEPTICAL .. and had no faith in any Medioines but what dootors prescribed, when his friend WORRIED HIM, he threw prejudioe aside, took CLEMENTS T0ÏÏTC, NOW Mr L. T. Forrest, Angas-strket, Adelaide, South Australia, writes on January 6th, 1897:-I cannot longer withhold my testimony as to the efficacy of Clements Tonic. From early manhood until my present age, which is 41, 1 suffered very seriously from indigestion, which manifested itself in various forms-constant drowsiness, lasting and splitting hondnche, which frequently absolutely prevented mo from attending to my business. I had not the slightest faith in any medicines, oxcopt those prescribed by the lending doctors, and .consequently spent alargo portion of my income in professional advice nlid chomists' drugs without permanent benefit. About six months since, vyhon on a holidny, compollod hy my old enemy, indigestion, a friend fairly worried me into takin...

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MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. At the last meeting of the above, the Mayor (Alderman Asimus) presiding, a letter was re- ceived from the Works Department intimating that a futher sum of £15 had been authorised as     balance of subsidy for the Liverpool to Penrith and Bringelly-road. The Liverpool Council wrote stating that they had received a grant for the same road and suggested that an arrangement be entered into by both council's for the joint ex- penditure of the grants. The clerk was in- structed to reply requesting the Mayor of Liver- pool to appoint a time for a conference between representatives of both councils with a view to giving effect to the suggestion. The chairman of the Works Committee reported that he had written to Messrs. Fullagar and Wilson respect- ing their contract for a supply of screened gravel for the Main Southern-road. The Finance Com-   mittee's report, recommending payment of accounts to the amount of £11...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER IV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; ff ale of the Ipaori Igar Bj EDWIN DOIDGE, Author of ' Father and Sou ' ; 'The Mystery of Mervellieu,' eto. 'll 1U CHAPTER IV.-(CoNmnniD.) There was, besides thw, a private note for Tflorrie, in whioh the bashful lover said he » i -slept every night with a lork of maiden-hair nedor his pillow, ana some indefinite reference to what might happen in three years if they wera both spared, winding up with the words, ' Remambdr, Flo, I will never forget yon.' ' Never forget yon/ How many times in the next few months the troubled young girl looked at the words, and wondered how much they might mean-what they wore intended to mean. As Donald had stated in his letter, the saw-mill hands wore particularly busy just now. Mr. Marsden had gladly taken a Bather large contract to fill an ordpr in rho timber line. He had been given six weeks to load the barque Val ero with sawn timber meetly kauri-pine-and he had put on extra hands, and bought the product oz ano...

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