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HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

EÏÏMOUl. * What's in a name ?' A good deal, when it's utuok on the south-oast corner of a oheque. * When I grow up,' said a little six-year old philosopher, ' sha'n't I feel strange for a day or two !' 1 You look so muoh hike your brother,' said Dennis to Phelim, ' that I oould tell yez was brothers if I'd never seen aither of yez.' j He (poetical) : ' Ah, who oau'expressjithe m power of love ?' , '< jf She (praotioal) ; . I can. It's tw'!*?'«*»'^«""© < power.' ^u.A</«rtJreek ovo gJS^/'JfflEdamage to vin< A ooud try-paper^ appea,» $MÊkk&bs\. «? «- «?-"* ling announcement'i^j^^Mfi^.thB are unavoidably deferred.' ' , $$F They buried a Cornish copper miner with due reverence, and the widow suggested as a suitable iusonption on tho tombstone : ' His work is o'or.' But the stoneoutter thought that an orthographical error had been made, and that the inscription would read more appropriately, ' His work was ore.* Meant von a Compliment.-H...

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SHORT STORY THE FIRST EXTRA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

S1QBÏ SfOET THE FIRST EXTRA. Perst Non-Danoing Man. Second Non-Danoino Man. - Jones : A Danoj.no Man. Mhb. Beattoham? : A Hostess. Scene: A London D hawing-Room. First Non-Dancing Man (leaning against wall)-' Don't you dance ?' Second Non-Dancing Man-* Can't say I particularly oare for it. In faot I religiously avoid ball-rooms as a rule, but 1 came with a friend of mine.' First Non-Dancing Man-' I expect you find it rather slow, then r' Second Non-Dancing Man-'Well, be- tween ourselves I'm a good deal bored. But I am staying with that red faced man who just passed us, Jones (seo him P Dancing with the little girl in pink !), and he insisted on bringintr nae, beoauso he thought Mrs. Beauchamp was short of men. I'm afraid I'm not much use now I have come. Yon're not danoing either?' First Non-Dancing Man-'No; this sort of thing is not exaotly in my line any more than in yours.' Second. Non-Dancing Man-* I never could understand where the pleasure of it oame in. Hoc rooms, a cruph, in...

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LADIES' COLUMN. INTELLECT IN WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

ummv «rai. A -* INTELLECT "iN WOMEN, i. In the days of our grandmothers, or moro properly speaking, the early Victorian days, it was not considered at all a 'pretty' thing to betray any signs of Buperior intellect m Society. The lees they showed of this, and the more they divulged of simpering mis sishnesB, the more thoy wore admired by the men, or perhaps tho men got them to believe this in order that they might have a more delioate background to show their own in- tellectual strength. However that may have been-and I am speaking not of irdividual eases, but of the general ßtandmg of Society in that day-it waft natural that only those women whose intellect whb more an eccen- tricity than a natural growth should shock by their peculiar manners and dress tho easily horrified eyes of Society. These women, poor creatures, who were looking upon themselves (as Borne equally eccentric ones do to-day) as the pioneers of the women's intellectual world, little realised in their blind sorambl...

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BILL STUBBINS' REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

BILL STUBBINS' REVENGE. Dick Durden, burglar, went on his mad errand of burglary-alone. Hitherto he had always been aoooinpanied by his more ex- perienced partner, Bill Stubbins, but on this ocoasion ho was working onhiBown aooount. Hn knew he was a fool ; he told himself so many times, bnt with grim determination, bo trudged along towards the premiees of MoBes Vice, the wealthy jeweller. He had good reason for remembering Moses Vioe. That, gen ti em an had completely outwitted and humiliated him and his partner many years before ; in fact, Moses Vice was responsible for their first conviction. And still Dick Durden had the audacity to taoklo tho orafty Jew alone. He reached the house, and in a few minutcB he had gained admission through one of the windows at the baolr. For a moment ho pausod. He half expect* d Moses Vioe to appear, as hu had dono on that I memorable occasion many years ago. The , jeweller, however, did not make his appear ' ance this timo. Still, Dick Durdeu was un...

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HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

mmvxm*m> Mutton, Bonkd and Stuffed. - Re- quired : Two pound* of loin of mutton, three tnblespoonfuls of bread-crumb-1, a tablo Bpoonful of chopped suol, a dopscrt-spooufnl of ohopped parsloy, a tcaspoouful of dried and powdered thjmo and majorain, an egg, popper and salt. Mot hod.-The butcher may bo asked to bone tho meat, or it may easily be doue and with less wasto at home if f the operator has a sharp knife. Maka a - forcemeat of the above ingredients ; the egg is required to bind all together. Lay the* stuffing along the loin, whioh must then be* rolled round and tied with broad tape. Roast in the oven or before a clear fire for about three-quarters of an hour. City Pudding.-Required : Quarter of a pound of suet, six ounces of breadorumbs, three applos finely chopped, four ounces of moist sugar, grated lemon peel. Method. Shred and ohop the suet, mix it with the breadorumbs, apples, sugar, and lemon peel ;. put the mixture in a well ereased pudding basin, cover with a scalde...

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

CANLEY VALE. Several fruitgrowers here have given the Farmers' and Fruitgrowers' Co-operative Society a trial with their products for dis- posal, and others are seriously considering the advisability of adopting that course, Those who have already done so express entire satisfaction at the results obtained. May the society prosper. There is a lot of discontent locally amongst fruitgrowers, in connection with the price of grape cases (half bushel). In years past the price was sixpence each, this year it is sevenpence. No reason is given for the increase in price, except it be that the toiling rustics can better afford to pay the higher price, in consideration of the enormous remuneration that now obtains, or, perhaps, owing to the fact that wood, nails, leather and labor (the latter especially) have greatly advanced in price since the reduction of the ad valorem duties under the blessed (?) Free- trade regime. Very heavy rains fell here on Sunday and Monday last and flooded all the c...

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THE SHIP OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

THE SHIP OF LOVE. I "Galea that blow the ships away Over leagues of 1 onesorue sea, -Search the dreary deep to-day "Waft love's wandering ship to me J But the winds replj : * We roam the sky And we trouble and toss the sea ; ' And thy love's ship sails Where the blaok night walls, -And comes no more to thee !' ? Stars, that light the tens afar, Where the mists and moaning be ; Blend your beams in ono great atar Light love'B wandering ship to me 1 But the stars reply : » We light the sky, ' Fax over the lonely &ea ; And thy love's ship dreams Whero no bright star beams, And comes no wore to thee !' r -FbàWK Ij. STANTON.

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SKETCHER. A MAN UNHAPPY IN HEAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

SKETOSIB. ] -« 'A MAN UNHAPPY IN fcEEAVEN. i . r$d you ever read the German «tory of the rich man who went to heaven and waa not happy there ? One day a rich man and a poor xahn ar- rived iogether at the gate of heavon, and, en ter i ii ur, were told they might chooeo what- ever tLey liked and it would bo given i/hem. The rich man, because he had always been ?. rioh mun and had always lived m a crosio, ohose a caHtle, and being asked wh>ifc doe ¿te would like, Bbid, 'Heaps and heap« of money,' and roast veai and stuffing evei-y ¿lay for dinner, and for sapper, roust goose and r,ppio sauce, and a couiiort'iblo armchair, an"i p. flowered dressing-gown and soft sUpcev?, and the newspaper every day." AH this was given to him, and al ñ>Hfc all went well. He could go down into tho cel- lars every day and feast his oyen upon hin wealth ; he could literally take a bath in gold and pour coins through his lingera. . And every day at ono o'olook up f<«ae the nice roast veal, u...

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FARM AND GRADEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

F&äM ¿HD ©ASH»" -* ORIGINAL ARTICLES: No. 21.-The Potato (continued)-Chab aotkbistic3-height and leaves Petals and Feuit-Runnees-Eyes "Value of the Potato-Wheeb INDI- GENOUS-THE WlLD PliANT IN Ch£ùI Inteoduotion to ENGLAND--INTEODUO- TION TO IbELAND-AN ANECDOTE-SUB- SEQUENT Histobt--Necessities oit Iek LAND AND SCOTLAND. This valuable plaut belongs to the Solan aoeous family, almost all the epeoies of which are of a narcotic and poisonous quality, as the Belladonna, Henbane, Tobaooo, &o. However, it is remarkable that only parti- cular parts of many of these vegetables possess the narcotic qualities, the other parts being perfeotly innoxious and eatable. The solaneee are oharaoteri&ed by the peouliar form of the flower, of whioh that of the patato is a familiar example. Tho potato ia a perennial herbaceous plant, rising with a Blender branching stem to the height of two or three feet. The leaves aro of a roundish form, of uni qual size, and of a dark green co...

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A SCUTTLE OF COALS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

A SCUTTLE OF COALS. ! ! As an indispensable companion i >, j domestio hearth, tho ooal-soutti» -\ i--( *| certainly on the moat familiar im i . ' , us seo, then, what thoso giimy iuiu.v M.' it oan tell us in the way of woudert. Taking up oue of t.hopo luirips, ^t < a > I . giving it a gentío tap with the \ ,!u> <.?» , shall find it brouks up intosqrid.fi-} ,> ^ . , \ with a diatinot tendency to splr^ -i 'ir, ¡ layers evenly disposed Uko tho le -, > ( book, while othei fracturo^ occur 1 oi '» i at right angles, or straight tim,» ' .um book ; and botweou some of the 1 i, , m may find a Bort of duBt deposit. Ao« ' .?» aro very fortunato we may fitu! '? » .av I aotual illustrations on tho leaves > .1 ( consisting of pieces*)*.' imprest*»* * , »_ i ironds, and the dus^vory probably >v ^ >.. when magnified, that it consists ot .- f ferns and fern-like plants, whi< \ > ' < will tell na aro very like thoßo of to-o ( , I ...

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MUNICIPAL. LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

MUNICIPAL.   LIVERPOOL.   The regular meeting of the above council was held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last. Present—the Mayor (Alderman Moreshead) and Aldermen Chapman, H. Scrivener, Smith,   Marsden, Christiansen, C. A. Scrivener and Cole. Minutes of previous meeting were read and con- firmed.   CORRESPONDENCE. The Cabramatta and Canley Vale Council wrote accepting council's suggestion for the joint ex- penditure on the Liverpool-Penrith-road of the Government grants allotted to each council and re- questing that a day be appointed for a conference in connection therewith. The letter was received and the matter left in the hands of the Mayor and Works Committee to deal with. W. W. Smith wrote applying for a gasfitter's license. The application was, referred to the Gas Committee for report Mr. Docker wrote enclosing cheque for rates, with deductions for properties alleged not to be owned by the company be represent...

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

XSJE" ROYAL ROAD 1 TO ' SAFE AND EASY TEETHING Is the prompt use of Ashton çtnd Parsons9 , ' MATRIOARIA IPANTS' POWDERS. Thousands of Mothers dan testify to this and Jtbeir "words are endorsed by Olergynden,' Missionaries, Dootors. Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. ' SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the (British taqd Foreign , Royal 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. *. Hoyiand Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Please let me have another large box of Infants' Powders, Could you ¿et me have them to soil P I bave let several people have some, and 1 think we .could sell a good many. I believe they have been ¡a great benefit to my baby ; we never get a restless eight with her, and she is cutting teeth. Yours truly, (Mu.) A. HEELEY." The docto...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1898. LIVERPOOL A., H and I. SOCIETY'S SHOW. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 February 1898

The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1898. LIVERPOOL A., H and I. SOCIETY'S SHOW. FIRST Day. Notwithstanding the fact that Liverpool has for many years been able to boast of its Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Society, is was not till towards the close of last year that any real effort was made in the direction of giving effect to its objects. It is true that two successful horticultural and industrial exhibitions have been held under its auspices during the past few years, but it remained for Mr. Parkes, M.P., the pre-   sident, to improvise means whereby the pro- posed inaugural show of 1898 has proved an accomplished fact. To this end that gentle- man inaugurated the late Village Fair, in the carrying out of which he was ably assisted by a strong committee of leading local ladies and gentlemen, with the result that the society's funds were augmented to a con- siderable extent. The success which attended this undert...

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IRRITABILITY, LASSITUDE, SEVERE HEADACHES, BILIOUSNESS. THE RESULTS OF A DISORDERED LIVER. DISPELLED BY DR. WILLIAMS'S PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. (From the North Shore Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 February 1898

mtóABfrixTY,1 L^SSíTUDE/SEVERE . THE RESULTS QI" A DISORDERED LIVER. DISPEIXED BY itt. WriiIiíÁMs'fl PINK PILLS TOR PALE PEOPLE. I (From the North .Shore Times.) ''.I waa never.«ick.in my life till I had a .eevwre attack of Influenza." so remarked Mi1'.1,Jqhn'Hiltón, bf 28 Vicroria.>treet', North 'S vd pey, to a reporter of tho North Shore 'Thiicsl and. oontinued he, " that bogan ; my. troubles.. It left me with a disordered liver,' and I suffered from a series of acute attacks .of biliousness in fact I was never quito free from1 them. I always felt bilious. The attack used to commence- with a violent head- ache between the eyes.; this was followed by a feeling of heaviness in both bead and limbs and a strong disinclination to move. I could not;face the light, and was fumed to go. into my bedroom and pull down the blinds and lie on the bed. At such, times the slightest .sound would make me irritable and angry. I got very low as the-attack progressed, and the very tboueht of food ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 February 1898

CÄifDEN A. JU. & I. SOCIETY. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SHOW HELD AT CAMDEN larch 23, 24 and 25. Sale Day, March 26. PRIZES" £500. Prize Schedules and Entry Forms may be had on application to G. A. THOMPSON, Secretary. CO CC U OL bi & M (QC O fr > û «J o 69 SKND y our Photo and ls to PROFESSOR DARK, Physiognomist, cure Liverpool Herald. HÍH delioeiiitions of ohuracter are based oa purely scientific principles. Ho will inform you by letter ss to traits and tendencies, weukness and strength of character, what to arrest and what tooultivato, what partner to soltot for life nud what occupations you should follow. N.B.-Photo carefully re- turned with synopsis of character, Please state color of eyes and hair. Address .PROPHSSOR DAUB, oare Liverpool Herald. 80 tons' moro imported leaf than all tho other tobacco factories put together were used by Dixson's for the past six months. Dixson's Yankee Doodle is first every where. Dixson's Conqueror, the workman's tobacco. Dixson's

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A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 February 1898

A* FORTUNE TO BE MADE. WANTED nt once, in every locality, an in- telligent person to act as our Agent. No special knowledge required, and without interfering with present occupation. An excellent opportunity for a capable young mun or lady.-Addross, Morse Manufactur- ing Company, 3, Red Lion Court, London, EC.

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER V.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 February 1898

Original Novel. T HE Daughters of Eye; tale of the "Maori Sar Bj EDWIN POIDGB. . Author of « Father and Son ;* * The Ätystery . of Mervelliou,* eto. CHAPTER V.-(COOTXNTTBD.) Florrie sprang quickly from him, exclaim- ing as she did so, 4 Mr. "Ward, you really -must not talk like this tome!' * Mr. Ward,* echoed Charley with all the reproàoh he could put in his voice. Then he collapsed, concluding that he had not a .ghost of a ohanoe to win Florrie Campbell. For perhaps fifty yards they walked on in isilenoe. It is a way women have to quickly relent .on the appearance of unkindness. She told herself now that 3he had been unkind to Ward, and he was kind to her. Besides he vas'willing, wanting? to love her, and what -woman is altogether indifferent to a man's 'Jove, even if she cannot give him her love P She did not mean to call him Charley, but he was walking much faster than when they were ooming out, and wouldn't even look at her. Would she say a word to melt him £ * Charley,' (so gen...

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CHAPTER VI. AN IMPOSSIBLE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 February 1898

CHAPTER VI. AN IMPOSSIBLE UAN. 'What* is 'there impossible about me, Ambrose ?' was the rather strange question whioh Charley Ward asked Ambrose Camp- bell next morning, when Brosy noticed some- thing wrong with Ward, and asked what was the matter. 'What is there impossible about you?* repeated Brosy. ' How do you mean P' ' Well, last nignt Florrie said' it was im- possible to think of me.' ' Oh, that's what's the matter'; came down too sudden, I expeoit, Charley.* ^ _ j . ' Tell me, Brosy, do you think it possible sheoaresfor any one else?' 'That is jost what I do think possible.' ' Who is the luoky fellow ?' ' There was a young fellow, a shipmate of ours, named DonaldPrestoh. We all knew that they were good friends, in tact great chums..' ' And you think Florrie loves him P* 'It may be so. They write to each other, I believe.' «How old is he?' * About twenty.' ' I envy him.' ' Do not despair, Charley. You have only known her a few weeks, you know, and girls are sometimes fickle.' ...

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CHAPTER VII. THE NIGGHR'B HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 February 1898

CHAPTER VII. THE NIGGHR'B HKAD. * I hear you are a oraok shot, Charley,* said Mr. Campbell, the next afternoon when the two Campbells, Ward and Geordie met at an improvised range, for a little rifle practice. ' Not particularly good, but I oan hit a haystaok if it is not too far off !' * What do you think of our improvised range, 100 and 200 yards P' ' It is pretty fair. I don't admire the artist who drew the Maori phiz on the tree.' * What is upon the tree P' asked Mr. Campbell. 11 hare not been at the target.' Geordie and a youth had that morning been sent up to partially bark a tree, stand- ing against rising ground, so as to act as a target, and upon this, for a bull's eye, the youth had roughly sketched a Maori's head, with the most grotesque tatoo lines, whioh was daubed so as to ar s wer for the bull's eye, and it was blaok and ugly enough to stand for sin. Mr. Campbell then made it his business to go and inspeot tho tree, and reproved Geordie for allowing tho youth to draw s...

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VARIETIES. A CHAMPION AT PASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 February 1898

A CHAMPION AT PASSING. .In the smoking-room of a certain Cardiff Cftub, a few weeks ago, two gentlemen of a literary turn of mind wera discussing Tenny- son. In the samo room a football enthusiast "was eagerly scanning the football edition of an evening newspaper. ' In my opinion, said one of the literary gentlemen, 4 there is nothing finer than The Passing of Arthur.' Tho football enthusiast who overheard the remark, thinking they meant Arthur Gronld, the famous footballer, said : « Carn away ? what about Gwyn Nicholls ? He's a real ohampion, he is !'

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