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

POSTAL INFORMATION. i . ' _____ \ -TAILS are despatched frora Liverpool .'Post Office «daily '.(Sundays excepted), os follows : ; ' SydneysParranmfcta, and Glei field, 9 30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, .Preston's, and Hoxton Purk, ll a.m. .Sydney, 12'îJO p.m. Campbelltown. Camdon, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5-íiO p.m. ; Sydney, Parramatta, and G ron ville,'at 9'30 p.m. 'On every Tuesday and Saturday mails are dna- [ ' ¡pntahed for Holdsworthy aud Eckersley a 12 noon.: On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to; 'Travelling P.O., with letters for the Northern and' Western lines, at,,9-30. . On Sundays ' mails are despatched to Sydney,' . 'Parramatta, Granville, and -Travelling P.O. at ¡5 ip.m. MAILS are reooived at the Liverpool Post Office fdaily (Sundays excepted), as follows : ? . ' .Sydney, Campbelltown,»and Travelling P.O. at 81 am. , IVIoorbank, 9*45 a. m. .Sydney, Porramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, 10 a.m. {Bonnyrigg, 12*45 p.m. (Hoxton Park, 9 a....

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THE GROWING OF A SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

THE GROWING OF A. SOUL. Hear ye thin parable. * A man , Did plant a garden. Vine and tree ..Alike, in course of time, began ~ To put forth, fair and pleasantly. The rains of heaven, the persuading sun ' .'Game down alike on each and every one. " let some trees wilful grew, and some Strong vines grerr gay ly in the sun, "With gaudy leaves, that even oome To naught. And jet, each flaunting one . Did flourish on triumphantly and glow ' j Like sunset clouds in all their moving fv"' show. I But lo! the harvest found them not, The soul had perished from them. Mould .. And muok and leaf lay there, to rot, And fumiahment untold " . . ' Tojpatient tree and lo wly creeping vine v,'.13»at grew as grew the Husbandman's : ' design. '.';!' " ' ! \, " Hear then this lesson ; hear and heed ; I say that ohaff «hall perish ; say Man's soul ia like unto a seed *'. To grow into the Judgment Day. It grows and grows if he will bavo it grow ; ' It nerishes ii he must have it so. -JOAQUIN MIMIBII. j

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POETRY THE DOGS AND THE RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

. POETRY" r THE DOGS AND THE BABBITS! , A'fcabbit, much alan.;od fco see ^Twr* dogs approaching, turned to flee I Hi7,^nemie2-for TV oil he knows To rabbits dogs aro raortal foes. .. A comrade chanced tho H tir to hear, And asked the reason of his fear. 'Reason? Look yonder!' answered he ; . k-Thé hounds are coming ! don't you see ?' ' Hounds ?' said the other. ' Look again ; They're merely oura, 'tis very plain !' ''I ought to know the difference, sir, . -I think between a hound and our ; 1 say they're hounds!' 'I say they're ~ not !' 'Faith ! one must be a stupid sot Wno things so different confounds ; .-I'll take my oath the dogs are hounds! ' ".By Jove! they're curB-or I'm aa ass !' . And so they wrangle, when, alas ! Ere they can settle t heir dispute, The dogs advanoing in pursuit, .'. Fall on them both, and make an end Of Mr. Rabbit and his friend ! R -MABK TWAIN.

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MISS GENEVIEVE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

MISS GENEVIEVE WABD. The personal friends of this clever actress know that she is a lady of title, Madame La Comtesse De Guerbel, and that she was an operutic vocalist before she devoted her talents to the drama. Sho is a native of New York, and was educated-everywhere. Her mother waa a great traveller, and little Gene- vieve had the opportunity of studying in a big school. At the early ape of four she knew something of French, Spanish, and Italian, and to day there is no more accom- plished linguist on the stage. It was after the family bad Bettled in Paris she married a Russian nobleman, whom she survives. Her operatic debut was made in Italy, and later Bhe sang frequently in the country at the Philharmonic concerts and at Covent Garden, under the name of Madame Guerrabella. Her first appearance in England as an actress was at Manchester, whore she created a great impression by her grand impersonation of . .Lady Macbeth. During ono of her visits to Melbourne Miss Ward organised a ...

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

A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. WANTKD at onoe, in every locality, an in- telligent person to aot as our Agent. No Bpecial knowledge required, nud without interfering with' present occupation. An excellent opportunity for a oapnble young man or Indy.-Addrona, Morse Manufactur- ing Company, 3, Rod Lion Court, London, E.G. TEARS OF - - DYSPEPSIA. CLEMENTS . . y TO N IC Drove it Away. MR. W. ALBERT LYONS, 4< WENDOUREE/* MERTON-STV, I ALBERT PARK, VICTORIA, writes on Aug. 8th, 1896 :~~I have, suffered severely from, dyspepsia for a number of years, and although I have acted upon medical advice and taken largely of specifics alleged to ; be cures for that distressing milady, hut from neither source did material relief come to me. Recently, however. I was recommended to take Clements Tonic. I did so, and almost instant relief followed; after taking a few bottles that irritating com- plaint wns driven away, and I am now in sounder Bodily health, and more alert' and cheerful, mentally, tha...

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PERSONALITIES. BUDDHA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

BUDDHA. The story of the self-abnegation .'of Buddha, which, by the way, is the title and not the name of the founder of Buddhism, is peculiarly pathetic. When possessing princely rank and great wealth he felt a divine call to exchange his life of bappir eas and riches for one of poverty and solitude. Before setting out cn his self-imposed wan- derings he was tempted to enter his palace to say farewell to his dear ones, but though he reached the door of the room where his wife and child lay sleeping, he turned away without a word and went to end ur» the Ufe ! of a hermit. After spending ten years in lonely prayer and meditation he returned to his country to preach the new faith. The teaching of Buddha, who was the Martin Luther of Brahminism, at first won converts throughout India, but the Brahmin priests managed to drive it ont of all parts of India except Ceylon, where, as also in Japan, it still flourishes.

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A STRANGE HAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

A STRANGE HAT STOß Y. A STRANGE hat story comes from Phila- delphia. An alderman of that city who married a young couple in 1884, being in BO me haste at thé time, made a record of the I event with his stylographio peu on the white isilk lining of his tall hat. Instead of copy- ing out the memorandum, he forgot the in- cident completely until last year, when' the woman most concerned informed him, by letter from a distant State, that her husband having died, she was in need of aoopy of her marriage certifícate in order to oinim the in- ¡ ' surance money. Having searched all his records, the alderman replied that he did not reeall the event. The widow thereupon paid him a. visit, to see if he could not identify her and furnish a satisfactory docu- ment, but. in vain, A few weeks ago the alderman's wife, while house-cleaning, dis- covered a forgotten pile of hats. In the lining of one of them she found the missing memorandum. The hat had been badly damaged in an eleotion- i> t on t...

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DUMAS. I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

DUMAS. The recent filling-up of Alexandre Dumas* place among the 4 immortals ' of the Academy has led to his life and works being the subject of many an able pen ; and if 1 were to mention half the bon mots to which we have been treated, the entire column would not be sufficient to contain them. M. Theuriet, the poet, who has been called to fill the chair which two years ago he left vacant, said charmingly that he had not been chosen to replace Dumas, only to suc- ceed him, and described bim happily as a 'gentleman of letters who fell on the field of labour yrkh his pen in his hand.' He recalled hun crying out exuberantly, shortly before his brief illness, ' I am happy - very happy !' and said that PO fragile is human felioity that, if we think we have attained to it, we should speak of its possession in a low voice and with the doors fast bhut, in order not to awake infelicity, who is ever sleeping hard by. Profound truth, to which all of us can bear sad testimony. rr. Paul Bourget...

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IN CASE OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

IN CASE OF FIRE. YOUR house fakes 'fire. What'burns first ? The lightest and aiost'inmitmiuable stuff, of course furniture^ doors, shelves, floorsi panelling, and other woodwork; If it is a stone or brick house tho walls will probably remain standing:-a melan- choly sight. . : , . , Were not this.a principle of universal applica- tion Mr. Medcjihgs would never have compared himself to' a skeleton, as he does in the letter to to which'your attention is 'now' invited. " In the Autumn of 1891," he says, " I fell into a low, week, state bf health. My. ordinary .energy appeared to have gone outof me. I wasaá tired in the morning as when I went tor bed. I had a bad taste in the mouth, my appetite was poor, and af ter meals I had a pain at my. chest and left side. - ,. , ,, " I was in this condition tin til the 14th of March, Í892, and: thea I had tb give up work. The reason was, I was too weak to work. In fact.I waa so weak that is, was about as milch as I could do to walk across the floo...

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

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

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ROUND TOWER AT ABERNETHY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

BOUND TOWER AT ABERNETHY. The Bound Tower at Abernethy, like ita brother at Breobin, has long furnished arab geologists with an objeot of researoh, and a subjeot of discussion as profound as tbe celebrated argument of Mr. Jonathan Old- buck and hid aristocratic neighbour con- cerning the last surviving word of tho Pictish language As regards the origin of those solitary and mysterious structures, it is some- what ouriouH that, like the Scots themselves, the towers, of which those at Brechin and Abernethy are tho only examples in Sootland, are natives of Ireland. In various parts of the sister island round towers still remain to excite the ouriosity of the traveller and the zeal of the antiquary, and they are all substantially alike that of Abernethy in Strathern. Perthshire, is selected here as the moat prominent of the series. It is built of stones dressed to the curvo, and joined vertically, and in all six storeys Boaroely exceeds seventy- two feet in height, with a diameter varyi...

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DO YOU WEAR STAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

DO YOU WEAR STAYS. If you do you should exercise great caution as tight lacing is possibly one of the most in- jurious practices among women to-day. Com- pression of the abdomen is sure to cause liver trouble of some sort, and many a girl has suffered years of torture in after life through tight lacing. If the liver becomes displaced and pressed on the heart, palpitation is the result, and this is a most disagreeable as well as a dangerous complaint. Another thing to be considered is the inability of the various digestive organs to do their duty if the space allowed them by nature is taken away. Indi- gestion and liver troubles always spoil the dis- position, and incessant suffering makes life unbearable. Bile Beans for Biliousness are a specific for all cases of Debility, Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Liver trouble, and will be found a great boon to all who suffer through tight lacing. We would recom- mend, however, that the latter be abandoned. Bile Beans are sold throug...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. It is best to make HOUP a day before it is required. Ween ready, pour the contenta of the pot into a lar¿e earthenware vessel, and let it stand over night. AU the fat will chen bo found on the top, and can bo easily re- moved. The soup can then be heated as required and flavoured aooording to taste. To toBt the finish of bread or oake while it is still in the oven, it is convenient to thrust a double broom-straw, loopod end first, into it. If on drawing it out no orumb adheres to it the loaf i«< properly done, provided the crust has a natisfaotory amount of stiffness. It is advisable not to put potatoes on the dinner-table in a oloaed dish. Tho moisture from tho steam on tho dish covers ruca baok into the dish and make tho potatoes sodden. Minced stewed kidneys, placod on toast and spriukled with grated ohooao, oan be oommendod as a substitute for Woleh rabbit. Tho following is a good composition for stiffening hits. Four parts of shollao, one part oí mas...

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

aawsssBEPSB. POTATO SOUP.-Tako some stook, and boil it with, any bones there may be , flavour with spices, carrot, onion, pepper, and salt. Simmer for two hours ; strain and free it from all fat. Take some raw potatoes and grate them ÍDÍO the stook until it is suffi- ciently thick. Bring it io the boiling point and cook for two or three minutes. HAEICOT SOUP.-"Wash ono pint ot harioot beans and soak them for twenty-four hours ; then strain them, and put them into a pan with two quarts of water, a teaspoonful of salt, and an onion. Let them boil nearly three hours till quite tender, rub them through a wiro sieve, using the liquor to moisten them. Return what has passed through the sieve to the sauoe-pan, add a pint of milk, an ounce of butter, pepper and salt to taste, boil up and serve. ONION SOUP.-Take five large onions, pare them, and fry them brown in two ounces of butter. Put them in a pan with fivo piuts of boiling water, four ounces of broad crusts, a large carrot, a small roo...

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PLATING THE DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

'PLATING THE DETECTIVE. I .'-I suppose there ia something' very fas- cinating in our work,' said an astute de- tective, ' still it is surprising the number of persons who try to ferret out crimes on then? own account. Upon my word, I believe if it were not for the fact that to become a do teotive every man must sf>rve a certain term as a policeman, we should have more detec- tives than crimínala-that is, ii we accepted all the applicants. » Bat a detective is not built in a day, any more than Borne was, and out of every hundred would-be detectives, Dinety-nino FIGHT SHY OF BEING POLICEMEN. Those of the ninety-nine, however, who are really suffering with deteotomania in an acute form very often work on their own hook, and 1 have known a few cases where they have given us very valuable assistance. * A mysterious murder generally brings forward f*- lot of these amateur detectives. The Whitechapel murders, for mwtance, prompted a great number of persons to net out in search of Jack t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

CORRESPONDENCE.               —— : o : —— To the Editor, SIR,—Alderman Cole and the Liverpool Herald, according to the last issue, are at variance with each other. How that es- teemed journal arrives at that conclusion I am at a loss to know. In my reply to Alderman Tillett's remarks, which I took and still take as a cruel insult, Alderman Chapman interjected that " they were spoken as a joke." I then produced the Herald, of which that gentleman, as far as I know, is reporter, editor and manager, and asked the aldermen present to read the words them- selves and answer if they would take them, as printed, to be a joke. Now, as a matter of fact, Alderman C. A. Scrivener did read them and he at once said, " This is libel." My contention was, and still is, if Alderman Chapman took the words complained of as a joke, why did he not print them as such ?— so that I was dealing entirely with that gentl...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1898. (Before Messrs. Scrivener and Chapman J'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT.   THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1898.   (Before Messrs. Scrivener and Chapman J'sP.)   IRAM Hepsworth, was charged with being of unsound mind. Sergeant Smith, on oath, stated: From informa- tion received, I visited Smithfield on Wednesday last and arrested the defendant, who had been going about from house to house in a nude state ;   I questioned him, but he gave me no satisfactory replies as to where he came from or where he was going ; I brought him to Fairfield railway sta- tion and handed him over to Constable Furlong who I had sent for ; Constable Furlong brought defendant to Liverpool by train and lodged him in the lock-up. Defendant at present appears to be much better than he was when I arrested him.   Dr. C. O. Birch, on oath, stated ; I examined, defendant and found him very excitable, but can- not say that he is insane ; he is certainly not fit to be at large. By the Bench : I think if defenda...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

ÏABM AID. HAMM - ORIGINAL ARTICLES. ^No. 24.-Tas CABBOT (continued)-Ctny ?J. YATTON-SEEDS-SEPARATION-? How 1 Sow--SOME LABOE CABBOTS-LIABIU: TO BB ATTACKED BY INSECTS-OANK: V- - PREVENTIVE - USES - INSTANCES NUTRITIVE VALUE -EXPERIMENTS, - Tho Carrot ia roost successfully oultivat in a light mollow soil mixed with sand ; tl ground should be well dug to some dep and made extremely friable and porous th the roots may meet with no obstruction running down, which would cause them grow forked and to shoot out later branohes. This accident will har-pen espei ially when the ground has boen too high! manured previously to the seed being sowi It may perhaps te taken as a general ru that strong soils are not well adapted f( any plants whioh form esculent roots dee . under the surface, as the mechanical resist anoe whioh is thereb t opposed to the swell ing of the bulb forces muoh of the Ptrengt of the plant up into leaves, and iu the carr< especially that part of the root whioh is ...

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A NEW ZEALAND MIRACLE. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN THE FEATHERSON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 12 March 1898

A "NEW ZEALAND MIRACLE. ORE AT EXCITEMENT IN THE FEATHERSON DISTRICT. - . Whem a"girl, in the beat period of her life, hus Suffered for four 3^ears from excessive heart palpitation, swollen legs, giddiness, cramps, chronic insomnia, and other distress- ing ailments, and when she has tried numer- ous medicines and many doctors without.the slightest benefit, to herself, abe naturally feels grateful when she discovers a remedy r,bat almost miraculously, .as it seems, suc- ceeds where all others have failed, and in a. short space of time relieves her completely from her troubles and placeB her in the front rank of happy and healthy girls. This hos precisely been the case of Miss Petrea Peterson,' ol Feathersou, North Island, New Zealand. In communication to the Dr. Williams' Medioine Co., ehe explains her sufferings at length.. "Um 19 years of age," she says, " and ever ßince I was 15 I have been sufferiug more or leas." Palpitation of the heart was her principal trouble,^she 'states, a...

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