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CHAPTER VIII. ABOARD THE VALERO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 5 March 1898

CHAPTER VIII. ABOARD THU VALSEO. A month has passed siuoo we saw Ralph Marsden and Don Freston taken on board the "Valero bound foe South Africa. It was a month of oomioal experiences for the young pioneers or the Kew Zealand but»h. Often they laughed at their strange experi- ence, but OP often they were made uneasy by the anxiety whioh tboy knew would be felt .by their people. * Wonder if tboy have pioked up the boat yet F said Ralph; ' It may never have landed ; you remem- ber the wind was off the ooast.* 'Yo¿, bub tho currents aro sometimes stronger than the wind. They will he in a terrible state about us/ ' There ia oner at loast,' said Don, ' who will grieve for mo, I think.» *You mean your girlP Were you very - fond of each other, Don P' . Tes^ery. I badly wish to get a letter . to xbe,r' but I do not seo how it's to be done. We^'i^not stop or call anywhere before roaohing the Cape.' They wore In tho peouliar position of boiug .prentices before tho m*sfc without pay. The oapta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 5 March 1898

THE ROY Ait ROAD ( TO . SAFE AND EASY TEETHING Ia the prompt uso of ' Ashton 'ctfid JP arsons' M ATRIO ARI A ..' INFANTS' POWDERS. Thousands of Mothers cnn testify to this and their words are endorsed b y Clergymen, Missionaries, Doctors, Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the BRITISH a.nd FOREIGN : ROYAL FAMILIES. ; They bool the gums, comfort the child, produce a natural calm refreshing sleep, and: render teething quite easj;. Guaranteed Perfectly Harmless. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. We never get a restless Might. Hoy land Common, near Barnsley, . January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Please let me havo another, largo box of Infants' Powders. Could you let me have the m to sell ? I have let several people have some, a nd 1 think we could sell a good many. I believe t hey have been a great benefit to my . baby ; wo nevor get a restless night with her, and she is cutting tc eth. Yours trul y, (MB.) A. HEEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 5 March 1898

The Psalm of Life. Tell me not in mournful numbers Advertising does not pay ; For the mau's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. Life is real! Lifö is earnest 1 And the man who hopes to rise To Bucoess in any calling Must expect to advertise. Tn tte world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the ptrife. Lives of rich men all remind ns We oan make our own sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. THE Liverpool Ser aid "With whioh is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and "Liverpool Meroury), Published Every Saturday Morning, Xs one of th« BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS out of Sydney, as t has a . Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the whole of the District, iuoluding Canley Vale» St. John's Park, Cabramatta« Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of Liverpool. -.-O-r--" ' ' It contains the LATEST NEW S ! right up to the time o...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 5 March 1898

Canton ia moro densely populated than London. Nuremberg turns out over 23,000 tons of toys every year. Fifty thousand typhoid germs will thrive - on a spot the size of a pia's head. The Cnuroh of Notre Dame, in Antwerp, is the only European church with six aisles. The o-ank-pin is one of the first things about a locomotive to weat out. Its life is 60,000 miles. The Czar's dominion extends over one» seventh part of the land surfaoo of the earth and more than 100,000,000 of people ar under his absolute government. In Japan, a special punishment is reserved for savage dogs that kill their masters. They are placed in a box, with a little food, and thrown into the sea. The larger portion of the produce exported from South Africa is used for the adorn- ment of ladies , ostrioh leathers and diamonds playing the most prominent part. There is no reoord of the discovery of fire but it is believed that no raoe ever existed within the historio period, to whom the us of fire was ontirely unknown...

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SHORT STORY SIR SIMON'S COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 5 March 1898

SIR SIMON'S COURTSHIP, i. 4 She is a good* looking girl.' 4 Yes, she is pretty ; but Bhe is better than Sretty ; she is good. I af-sure you, my dear ir Simon, that it has been a real pleasure to me to watch that young person. Ï don't know that I have over seen any one so de- voted to her work as she is.' . Devoted to it, eh ?' 4 Quite devoted. The way in whioh the modern young woman spends her time must give occasion for sadness to any thinking person. G-olf, lawn-tennis, riding, hunting even, dancing-anything that is exciting and frivolous and useless.' 4 Shocking 1' said Sir Simon, a pause coming which he saw be was expeoted to fill up. ' Quite so, most demoralising. But Miss Shaw has nothing of this kind about her. She will doubtless marry some day ; I hop9 so ; but not yet awhile ; for she is far too ardent in her studies to find any room for silly sentimentalities at present. Tou may depend upon it tho man who wins her will not be chosen for.his looks, or for his prowess in gam...

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MR. HENRY JAMES AND GEORGE DU MAURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 5 March 1898

MR. HENRY JAMES AND GEORGE DU MAURIER. ' It is difficult to see why so worshipful a person should take the trouble to write at all,' remarks Christie Murray of Mr. Henry James, 'but it is open to the reader to con-   jecture that he would not be at so much pains unless he were pushed by a com- pulsory sense of his own high merits.' Any- how, it is hard to find the smallest reason why he should stick bric-a-brac pins into the reputation of Du Maurier, not only as a novelist, but as 'a man and a brother.' Mr.     James has not recognised in Du Maurier any of the qualities which made him beloved of his fellows ; and friends of the late artist are irate with Mr. James—observe how you   always feel compelled to say Mr. James, not Henry James : he would faint, I suspect, if he heard himself called Harry—not so much for his criticism of Du Maurier's works as his denial of Du Maurier's manly and social virtues. If you want an antidote to J...

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HOUSEKEEPER. TO REMOVE GREASE FROM CLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 5 March 1898

-o TO REMOVE GREASE FROM OliOTH. The beat way of taking out grease from doth-jaoketa or ulsters is to cover the spot with French ohalk ; place a piece of blot- ting-paper over it, and press it with a hot iron. The grease having boen absorbed by the blotting-paper, the spot should be rubbed with a dry bit of flannel, and well bruahed.

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ENMITY ENGENDERED BY JEAL OUSY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 5 March 1898

ENMITY ENGENDERED BY JEAL OTTSY. It ia one of the poualifcios of greatness to inour the jealous enmity of small and petty minds. Poor William Terries had an enemy, and was done to death by bis meroiless hand. In this possession of a bitter and relentless foo the deeply-lamented Adelphi 'hero' was not alone. Other notable men, both living and dead, have, by their popular triumphs, earned for themselves the fierce hatred of some disappointed man. When, some yeara ago, Mr. Gladstone ousted Disraeli from power, and took office with a big majority at his back, he^ was continually being annoyed by an individual named Ranning. This man literally haunted Palaoe Yard, and was wont to LAY WAIT FOE TUB G.O.M. . Whenever the latter entered or issued from the portals of the House of Commons, Ranning, on catching sight of the great statesman, would shout after him, and after- wards harangue the orowd that invariably gathered at such times. Gladstone, he would say, waB an out-and-out impostor. The...

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BOYS AND GIRLS IN PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

BOYS AND GIRLS IN PERSIA. Regarded from our point of view, the women of Pereia have a very dull time of it indeed. An English girl would strongly objeot to having her inferiority insisted upon on every oooasion ; but the Persian woman is aooustomed to this attitude from ohildhood, and, this being the ease, her lot is leos irk- some than ono might imagine Tho little Persian girl nevor tastoB of tho joys of her English sister, and consequently does not miss them whoa sho grows to womanhood. She ia not allowed to play with her brothers, and none but children of hor own sex are admitted as hor oompanions. Tho games of tho little girls aro no vor lively ones ; sit- ting under tho shado of a mulberry or pomegranate troo, listening to fairy tales told by mothers or nursos, is tho wildest form of osoitomcnt thoy aro permitted to indulgo in. There is absolutely no fellow- ship between brothors and sisters. The boys aro taught to oonsidor themselves immoasur. ably their Bisters' superiors, an...

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TRAVELLER. HYPNOTISM EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

-« ÜYPN0TI8M EXTRAORDINÄR"?. . An alarming development of hypnotism has, we are informed, taken plaoe in France. Schoolboys at certain sohools have got into tbe way of hypnotising their fellows to suoh an extent that it has been necessary to prohibit it. One pnpil hypnotised a a younger one who waB always at tho foot of his clays. When in tho hypuotio state he told him how ho could heep at tho head of the class, and for a wonder, by occasional hypnotisation, he did go to tho head. This continued about throe months, when tho superior boy began to think he might harm his fellow by suoh control and ho stopped the practico ; the boy at onoo fell baok to his former rank. Some French education authorities believe hypnotism might bo made to play an important role in education if in the right hauds, but oertainly in the hands of ordinary boys it would be a "dangerous force, and sb oui d not be encouraged.

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GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

GARDENING. Mushroom Beds may be made out of doors in a dry sheltered plaoe, from materials ool looted together. Grade horse droppings, mixed with minor stable sweepings, form j the best beds ; though if somewhat coarser, containing more straw, they may give good results. Place the materials, if practicable, in an open shed, to keep them dry. When sufficient for a bed have been got together throw them up into a conical heap to fer- ment, and again turn them over, if there is rank steam, to both sweeten them and reduce their bulk, so that they lie closer together. Whilst still warm, make them np into a bed of long nvmnd shape, some two or throe feet in height. Spawn them when tho internal heat does not exceed 70 degrees, plaoe a layer of fibrous loam over the whole surface, put it down quite firmly, and cover with light litter to a depth of about a foot, placing, if practicable, a wooden protection from rains and very low temperatures. Mushroom beds in bearing under cover, give a slig...

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CONDEMNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

CONDEMNED TO DEATH. ' ' , An innocent man condemned, to. death for,. ,any cri m o is indeed a very gad sight. Yet he doosn't lose hope. His lawyers appeal from, one court to another, and thoy are bonnd to save him if he can bo saved. It is the same way with a man condemned to death by disease. He doesn't give up. Ho tries doctors, then patent medicines, and other alleged remedies for his cose, until at last he finds the right medicine to cure him,. viz., Bile Beans for Biliousness. Bile Beans , aro ono of the safest and surest purgative . medicines on the market, and, unlike must laxativo remedies, they act direct on the bile ducts, causing the liver to secrete and cast inci'eased quantities of this* fluid into the bowels, thus flushing tho same out as a stream of water would a drain. Bile Beans are not an ordinary medicine. They are manufactured in one of the largest and best equipped laboratories in tho world, at De- troit, Michigan, U.S.A., and are an un- doubted specific for Ind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

Macquarie-strcet, Liverpool. GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES! £100,100,1)01) UNCLAIMED. DOUGALLS ïteg-'isterecl List, ¡eontaming uames of 20,000 families advertised ifor, to elaina property and money eince 1.700. Frk>e Is'tJd, .post f reo 2a. ¡Every man and woolen should 'buy this 'book, ns instructions are ¡given how to ireoorver ¡property from 'Chancery..-DOUG AL «nfl Go., (62 Strand. London., Eng.. Est. Bl8'Itt. A fortune »may await you. '.gphis 'boole »can »now be obtained ïrora W. CL -Rig-by, Adelaida:; Gordon and G<>tob, Mel.. Brisbane.; »G. Robertson H& Co., Mel., ¡Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. IBOWATWZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. ^"Tijon and Sons manufacture from the 'stst Havana tobacco, with a necessary jportiion of American,, at ¡a price never before attempted. áfar :6d;!! Sample hundreds «eut <car.riage paid for 10s.* Mm, X 'EL Marsden, solicitor, lias coni mienced :practice .at 89 Elizabeth-street, ¡Sydney ((opposite -the Supreme Court), an...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER IX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

Original Novel. THE daughters ol Eye; ale of the'.Maori IPar Bj EDWIN, DOIDGE. . -Anthortof « Father and Son ;1 * The Mystory , ' " of Mervelliou,' etc CHAPTER IX.-(CONTINUED.) ^ Gourley Ward's admiration for Florrie .resolved itself into the ruling passion ox hw life, and he longed and looked for the time when a new love might spring up out of - the old fancy-a womanly love on the mere recollection of girlhood's fanoy. He felt mean on one score only-he knew what the Campbells did not know : that Don Preston and his oousin wero not lost, and he had not the eonrage to tell her so, lest it migh^ spoil the ohanoe he had of winning Florrie .¡Campbell for his wife. He was patient ; he .would have waited any time, if but he might . have her promise. i ". Florrie,' he said one evening, * will you play something on the piano.' The ooveted instrument had arrived, and though she only Bang simple and homely melodies, "Ward thought no budding prima donna had ever warbled moro divinely. .Mary of...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

Switzerland and Germany supply the largest supply of human hair. There are upwards of two hundred oigar manufactories in Havana. ,,. The ruina of Pompeii show that glass waa ia use for windows during the first century. The body-heat of birds ia greater than that of any other class of animals. Ants' eggs, served with a resinous sauce, are eaten as a great delicacy in Brazil: England's expenditure on drink amounts to something like £125,000,000 per annum. From ten to twelve cubic feet of air are required for the perfect combustion of ono cubic foot of coal-gas. Forty miles from Barcelona there is a mountain of perfectly pure salt, which is hewn out like stone from a quarry. ..; . Ninety thousand pounds of snails are sent to Paris daily from the gardens of Burgundy, . Champagne, Provence, und Poitou. In Holland,, au unmarried Indy invariably walks on the right of her escort, while a married one takes her husband's left arm. Vienna, has regular preserves in which frogs are kept and fatt...

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CHAPTER X. THE SLAUGHTER OF THE INNOCENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

CHAPTER X. TUB SnAUQHTEIl OS1 TBE INNOOBNTS. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell loft Nolan's farm on Monday for a week, aooorapaniei by their daughter Mary, and it was with their know ledge and consent that Charley Ward con- tinued his usual evening visits to the farm. On the Tuesday evening following he again -and for the last time, as he intended asked would she promise at some timo-at any time-to be his wife P and she had said no. It was no use for her to promise suoh a .'thing, for Bho did not lovo bim. A.nd Ward had aooepted the answer as final, and decided that he must not continue his visita to Nolan's farm. The Wednesday following was a boisterous " ' 'f day. The wind waa high, and the sky was sad and sullen, and the whole scene was wintry and discouraging. Ward thought that the dog days were upon him, and that there was nothing beautiful in life, and that this world waB a sorry kind of affair altogether. But what of the girl who had rejected him for the third time ? The midwinter holida...

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THE EXPULSION OF WILKES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

THE EXPULSION OF WILKES. The disastrous effects of Ministerial weak- ness under hostile attacks has never been more strikingly exhibited than m the experi- ences of John Wilkes. When this member of Parliament was making his opponents writhe under tho assaults which ho made upon them in the ' North Briton,' duelling WBB in vofrue. Lord Talbot and Willies ex- changed shots by moonlight without either being injured. Mr. Samuel Martin next insulted Wilkes in the House of Commons by saying openly to him, * Whoever Htaba a reputation in the dark without setting his name is a cowardly, malignant, und infamous scoundrel.' A writtou acknowledgment from Wilkes that he was tho author of tho artioles referred to resulted ia a challenge. Martin and Wilkes met the samo evening, when the latter waa seriously wounded in the side at the second flee. The Parliament ordered tho 'North Briton' to bo' burnt in Cheapside. The people, however, íescued it in triumph and oarried it as far as Temple Bar, whe...

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DRUIDS' GALA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

DRUIDS' GALA. THE Secretary of the U.A.O.D. in Victoria announces the 29th Annual Gala and Art Union, to take place at the Hibernian Hall, Melbourne, on April 23rd. There are 125 prizes offered, at a total value of ¿£1500, the first prize being a Golden Druid, the actual cash value of which is guaranteed ibo be £1000. The Tickets are ls each, or ll Tickets for 10s or 22 Tickets for Jil. The profits are to be divided amongst Charities as heretofore. Thére being no Head Office in Sydney this year the publio are invited to send for Tickets direct to the Secretary, Mr. Jas. J. Brenan, Grattan and Drummond Streets, Carlton, Melbourne, who will for- ward Tickets to any address, without any extra charge for postage. In a Circular is- sued by the Grand President of the Order in N.S.W., that gentleman cordially invites the Members throughout N.S.W. and their friends to give the Melbourne Committee tho situio support as has been accorded them for the past 28 years in the Colony.

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HUMBLED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

HUMBLED,, : A COUNTRYMAN had been; to the city; and re- turnedthorne 'brimful, of news. , . i "You 'member the .Smiths?'' ' he: asked his wife ; " the Silver Creek, Smiths, : thom has got rich on th«'r gra'fathwr's money ?" j Yes," "she remembered thom.; \ i > I " I seen 'em. They're woy up ; live in a grand house they call thavono. " Thny ride ina double kerridge and have no ond to money." She said she-a'posed as much. ' '.'But, Mandy, you wouldn't : want to ohnnge places with her. I see her a aunnit, and I didn't hev the heart, to speak t' her. She's been humbled down to the dust. She's as blind as a bat/' Blind, «he guessed not. " But she is. Fu.it. she didn't know me me that's rid down the hill and played tag with her, wheo she warn't knee high to a turkey. Then, Mandy, though her eyes were wide open, she went right along the streets, all dressed up itt her fine clothes, and a little mite of a dog was leading her along. He was tied to a streeng and «he'd hold pf t'other end o...

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HE LEARNT SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

HE LEARNT SOMETHING. THE other day as a gentleman-stood on the Oampos Martius waiting for - a cai- his hat blew off ánd went eky-larking down1 the street. He was gathering himself for a run when another pedestrian culled : ¡ "Stop] sir--stop!" ' .. Eh ? Speaking to me; what is it?" il Stand still, sir Î Don't take a step af ter 3'our hat !" I : ? --But -" . .! "Stop^ By this time two womea, . five men, three boys and 0: policeman: were in chase of the hatand it was notonly speedily'run down, but \ the dirt was carefully brushed off by the res- cuer before he restored it with a bow and smile, j " See?" queried the pedestrian who had cried stop.. .'..<: 'I do. Thanks. I learned something now.".

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