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HOXTON PARK UNION CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

HOXTON PARK UNION CHURCH. THE anniversary tea-meeting and concert, in con- nection with the above church and Sunday-school, took place on Wednesday evening, 9th instant, and thanks to the strenuous efforts of the com- mittee of management (Messrs. Kirkpatrick, Hutton and Henderson) proved an unqualified success. There was a large gathering, including residents from all parts of the immediate vicinity and Liverpool. Tho building was tastefully de- corated for the occasion with greenery, the word " Welcome" being conspicuously displayed on the wall at the back of the stage. The Sabbath-school children received first atten- tion and after they had done ample justice to the good things provided the public sat down to tea, the tables being prettily decorated and laden with an abundant supply of commodities incidental to such gatherings, while the ladies of the congregation who presided were most assiduous in their attentions to the wants and comfort of all present. The tea over, willing ...

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IN CASE OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

IN CASE OF FIRE.   YOUR house takes fire. What burns first ? The lightest and most inflammable stuff, of course—   furniture, doors, shelves, floors, panelling, and other woodwork. If it is a stone or brick house the walls will probably remain standing —a melan- choly sight.         Were not this a principle of universal applica- tion Mr. Meddings 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 of health. My ordinary energy appeared to have gone outof me. I wasas tired in the morning as when I went to   bed. I had a bad taste in the mouth, my appetite was poor, and after meals I had a pain at my chest and left side.   " I was in this condition until the 14th of March, 1892, and then I had to give up work. The reason was, I was too ...

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

Th* Psçh^of Life. Tell ma not in mournful numbera Advertising does not pay ; For the laan'-s non compos mentis Who would Sttoh absurd things say. Life is real ! Life is carueot I And the man who hopes to riso To snooes8 in any calling -Unat ezpeet to advertise. In the world's broad field of battle, In th« conflict of real life, .Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all'remihd 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), Publish Every Saturday .Morning, Ie one ot th« BEST ADVEHTISING MisDIUMS out .of Sydney, as t has a j Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the whole of the District, inoluding Canley Vale, St. John'rÄ Park, Cabramatta. Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, îffoorbank, "Bonnyrigg,. and the town bf Liverpool. ----O-! It contains the tATE S T NEWS ! right up to the...

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CABRAMATTA. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

CABRAMATTA. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] THE recent flood caused considerable       damage to the vineyards on the George's Hall Estate, Messrs. Hoy, Edwards, Howard and Asimus Bros. having suffered the   greatest loss—although the latter were fortunate in having commenced to cut their grapes just prior to the flood. THE Railways Commissioners, while on     their tour of inspection of the Southern line, halted at Cabramatta on Monday last, when representations, I understand, were made by Alderman Simpson and Mr. F. Bossley relative to the necessity for an over- head bridge for vehicular and passenger traffic. In my opinion this concession is not likely to be granted, owing to the expense the work would entail. But what is absolutely necessary and should be insisted upon, in order to prevent accidents, especially to children who are compelled to cross the line when going to and returning from school, is a lockin...

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SERIOUS ASSAULT ON A FARMER. FOUR TO ONE. THE AS[?]A[?]LANTS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

SERIOUS ASSAULT ON A FARMER.         FOUR TO ONE.     THE ASSAILANTS ARRESTED.     To be set upon by roughs and almost killed after going through nearly 60 years of life without accident to health or limb is one of the hardest experiences we know of.   Such, though, was the fate of Mr. Geo. Batchelor, a farmer on the Horton River,   N.S.W., who at 59 years of age, just when his strength would prove most valuable,     became the victim of the attacks of those enemies to life and limb—Insomnia, Nervous Debility, Despondency, and In- tense Suffering. He was rescued, however, by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Our reporter, who found himself ploughing, obtained the following particulars: " I think," said Mr. Batchelor, " my case is one that should have all the publicity pos- sible. I am 65 years of age, and have been reside...

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

Water and Sewerage Board. ÀLDEMAÏf CHRISTIE (OE STRATHFIELD), -FOB MUNICIPAL PPRESENTATIYE, Polling-Tuesday, 22nd »[areli, 8 to 4 o'clock, Town Halls, Granville and Sydney. Cherry Pectoral ??I Mill «M-B---? For Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Influenza, and Incipient Consumption, no remedy approaches Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It has long been the most popular and successful anodyne expectorant in Pharmacy, and is everywhere approved and recommended by the Faculty. It soothes the inflamed membrane, breaks up irritating mucus, allays coughing, and induces repose. As a family emergency medicine, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral takes the lead. For th"© relief and cure of croup, -whoop- ing-cough, sore throat, and all the pulmonary troubles to which the young are so liable, it is invaluable. Ko household is quito secure without Ayer's Cherry Pectoral* PREPARED nY T>7*. J. O. .A-yor «Ss Co., LOWELL, MASS., XT. S. A. Gold Medals at the World's Chleî Expositions. Bewnrc of cheap Imitations....

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LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

LIVERPOOL. THE regular meeting of the above was held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last. Present—the Mayor (Alderman Moreshead) and Aldermen C. A. Scrivener, Chapman, Cole, Smith, Christiansen. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed.   CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. V. Parkes, M.P., wrote intimating that the   Government had granted the sum of £ 15 towards the maintenance of Moore Park. The Mayor said that as the grant was only nominal he had made arrangements to interview the Minister for Lands with Mr. Parkes and try and obtain an additional grant. The Secretary of the Public Works Committee wrote, in reply to council's query as ot the result of the committee's enquiry into the Liverpool Asylum question, stating that the action taken by the committee was shown in their report (at- tached), and that their proceedings terminated when they reported the result of the enqniry to Par- liament ; also, that further action rests with the Government ...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eve; Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER X.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

Original Novel. T II E DauÄrs of Eye; [ale of the iPaorilgar - Bf EDWIN- DOIDGE, Author of « Father andmon' ; ^ The Mystery of Mervellieu/eto. Vi . CHAPTER X.-(Ooimirara).) ;'v"e The girl looked in the direotion whet i( Geordie would fire and.said, 'Hehas'sho one, look!' and they oould make out tw forms-one was helping another to retrea to the river» bank. ;..'Gopd for Geordie!' oried Ambrose, wh himself was by thia time thirsting to drav blood : the feeling of battle was upon him. .. , (, * Tt will make them more desperate in the attaok,* remarked his sister quietly. '?? ' Weil they forced it on us, the cowardly wretches,' said Ambrose. In two minutes there was a fieroe attao.l on three sides of the house, and the bullets ,. rained in the window and doors till there ' /was scarcely a sound pane left, yet the ~ trembling inmates escaped even unharmed. * luoky so f*r,' said Ambrose, who felt ij was almost a miraole they esoaped. There was no reply from the house, and the Maoris, perh...

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

MUNICIPAL. ———     CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. AT the last meeting of the above council, the Mayor (Alderman Asimus) presiding, a letter was received from the Rev. J. O'Conor, drawing attention to the dangerous condition of the en- trance to the church gate at Canley Vale and re- questing that necessary repairs be effected. It was decided to allow the matter to stand in abey- ance till next meeting, the Works Committee ar- ranging to inspect the spot in the meantime. The Finance Committee's report, recommending payment of various accounts, was adopted; as also was the dayman's usual fortnightly report. The clerk was instructed to write to the Minister for Lands with a view to ascertaining what steps, if any, had been taken towards having the reserves in the municipality dedicated to the council. It was resolved—"That tenders be called for 150 yards of gravel for Liverpool-Penrith-road ; 100 yards of creek gravel for the Main Southern-road ; and for clearing...

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HARDY FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

HARDY FLOWERS. Bose Tree Planting should he attended to and finished as expeditiously as possible during mild open weather. This beautiful, flower is so hardy as not to cease aotivifcy during the winter, as tho young shoots forming upon them fully prove, lt will be a waste of strength, therefore, not to plant new ones betimes, as they feel the change- less than tbey will later on, and are placed promptly in a positi:n to recover, re-estab- lish themselves, aud make initial movement toward«* forming now roots. The ground, ?apace iuteudud for the loots caunot be too liberally immured aud deeply turned up and over-tho objeot being to bring up lower stratas of good noil and plaoe what was pre- viously surfaoe soil, mixed with manures below in its r laoe. The Hose tree, especially if grown as briar standards, makes but few roots during its firpt season or two of growth, after transplanting, henoe the neoesbity to aiford euch roots all tbe assistance possible when they aro oi.ee formed. S...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

C O R R E S P O N D E N C E. —— : o : —— To the Editor. SIR—By way of an attempt at justification of his remarks anent your report of a recent meeting of the Liverpool Council, as well as returning thanks to all and sundry (yourself excepted) who sympathised with him in the insult to which he affects to have been subjected by Alderman Tillett, Alderman Cole has taken upon himself the task of discussing my action in connection with the subject at issue. He has, unwittingly perhaps, stated his case in such a manner that it becomes necessary for me to place matters in their true light, and in doing so I hope I will be accredited with that generous spirit which I have always exhibited when attacked on public questions, and not with a desire merely to place my antagonist at a disadvantage. Unlike ordin- ary men, Alderman Cole does not appear to possess that spirit of resentment which should promptly follow personal insult, for at the meeting when he was, as he subsequently puts it, " gro...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

-?- -. ' ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 25.-THE PARSNIP-DESCRIPTION OF LEAVES, FLOWEBB, AND ROOTS-VABIE . TIES-HOME GBOWN-How PBEPABED FOB USE -PAESNIP "WINE-AB A CULI- NARY ESOTJTIENT-NuTBTTIVa MATTER; CBLBBY - DBSOBIPTION OF ' PLANT - VABIBTIES-THE ' BED-THE TUBNIP. Ö ROOTED-MOST SUITABLE SOIL-MANNER OF CULTIVATION. The Parsnip is a British plant and grows wild in calcareous soils by road-sides. The leaves are broader and less divided than those of the oarrot ; in tho wild"kiad they are hairy and dark green ; ia the cultivated parsnip smooth and of a light yellowish green ; the flowers have a yellowish tinge. The roots of the wild parsnip are smaller, tougher, and have less of the peouliar taete than the cultivated kind. There are many varieties of this root, but only one kind is generally known in these ooloniea, and mostly one kind is cultivated in England ; in France and Guernsey and Jereey other very flue varieties are grown. When the parsnip is grown upon poor land it loses much of t...

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SLEDGING TO THRON-DIUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

SLEDGING TO THRON-DIUOK: In Norway, a civilised country with roads and'railroads, reindeer, dogs, and^ponies are all used. Bat the sledges which reaoh Dawson City this winter will be principally propelled by bipeds, some of whom will have to walk in front, to make a path with their snow-shoort, walk back again, and then start forward the socond time, in order that the dogs and their human compaaions may travel fifteen or twenty miles a day. The writer had all these experiences, and would therefore prefer to start for the mines when the rivers are quite open. Paddling one's own canoe, or someone else's, even for hun* dreds of miles, is baby s work, even when the rivers, torrents, and lakes are not yet free from floating ice, oompared with sledging up-hill and down-dale in that primitive country. As to getting a ride for one's self on a heavily-loaded sledge, it would not merely bo gross oruelty to ani- mals, but would end in the said animals striking, and lying down comfortably in th...

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

?1 jÊË^S^b ,-_o_-: .,? r , ;: ':' / ..» Impurities of the Hood Until these purifying Pills have had a fair trial, let no one toe longer 0|)prcs>ed with the notion that his malady U in; cumble. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleans« impure blood, and'rcóhr«r"bn' every-function '-he il thful '' vikouhvThey .' work a thorin ¿h. purification throughout the whole sys. cm, -Without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache . f No organ in the' human body is'so liable to disorder a* the' . .iver. "Kemeniber that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on . the stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding propsrly, Holloway's Pills çive strength,.to every org.in, .speedily, .remove all causes of indigestion, inspistated bile, and sick headache, , and efl'uct a permanent cure, ][:? . .? . ' .>. , -..';.'..-*: Weakness And Debility. . In cases of-debility, langu...

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The Liverpool [?]erld, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL. MR. J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has estab- lished an office in town, adjoining Mrs Hat- ton's boot and shoe warehouse, where he may be consulted any evening between the hours of 6.30 and 8 o'clock. THE Protectionists are all Freetraders, for they buy in the cheapest market and sell in the dearest. No Protectionist has an article to sell but will go to the man who will give him most for it ; and none who wants to buy but will take that which costs least. Of course they condemn such things on the platform, and their sympathisers applaud. But they go straight away and do the very things they affect to hate.—Beacon. SOME Englishmen would renounce Free- trade, because other nations will not adopt it. I say she will be supreme only so long as other nations do not adopt it. If Europe and America understood the advantages of Freetrade as well as the British merchants do, the almost magical predominance of those lit...

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

Jinks; Wonderful man Sminks. So full of his business, too. —Hinks : Er, what is his biz? —Jinks : Whisky traveller. A LONELY SPOT. — Villainous-looking Character : Wot's ther time, guv'nor? —Mr. Bluff (hitting him over the head) : It's just struck one! — V.-L.O. (groaningly) : I 'ope your watch ain't a repeater.     THE HUNT BALL.—' Ah, yes, I know him, observed the intelligent foreigner ; 'ze great national game of feetballs, which all ze Engleesh ladies play on ze links.' Said a conscientious auctioneer : ' Ladies and gentlemen, there is no sham about these carpets. They are genuine tapestry carpets. I bought them from old Tapestry himself.' THE NORTHERN FARMER.—Waiter : 'Eres the bill of fare, sir.—Farmer Hayrick : Well, no thank ye ! I don't care to read till after I've 'ad somethin' to eat.     Little Johnny had been told he must be punished, but that he must choose between; whipping and being shut up in a dark closet. After a...

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TREES AND TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

TREES AND TIDES. A VERY curious theory lately revived is that   the sap of a living tree ebbs and flows in some way in sympathy with the tides of the ocean. This idea cornea from Italy, where a grower of vines and other fruit trees, who is also a chemist, has been experimenting in this direction. He says that no tree should be lopped or pruned except during the hours of ebb tide. He has taken fourteen years to come to this conclusion, and now always acts upon it. The result is his trees and vines have developed beautiful foliage, bear splen- did crops, and are quite free from the at- tacks of the insects which devastate sur- rounding properties.

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. ?[BY W. T G.] Î stay-eel a'fortnight'af' Conscience Farm, again visiting the old church. Though th( "oldest inhabitant" showed me what was once the family dew of my grandfather, yet. strange to say, none of my, father's relatives could be found within the county. Accord- ing to the parish register most of them slept beneath the green sod a few yards from the door. The last remaiuing one of the family had "gone up to Lunnon" twenty years ago, This was all I could glean of his where- abouts. A biting east wind saluted me upon the evening of my return to London, where piles of letters greeted me as I crossed the thres- hold of my lodgings. These confined rae to my room all the next day and far into the night ; but, the day (following found me in Trafalgar Square, from, whence, after view- ing Nelson's Column, the lions and the fou n tains, I repaired to the National Gallery, hard by, and feasted my eyes until closing time. Viewed from the o...

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SHORT STORY SIR SIMON'S COURTSHIP. VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 19 March 1898

... -* SIR SIMON'S COURTSHIP. vi.-(Continued.) \ 'Big paper, you eee,' explained Hood. ' 'Very big,' said the Major, having un - .other stare. ' "Weigh half a stone eaoh,'I should think/ 'I mean in the margin, you know ; lots of room there, you ßeo.' . Lots ; what are you «oing to do with it ?' » Ob, nothing particular ; but it adds to their value, mafeeB a lot of difference. Books without that aro only worth half the money/ ' What's the reason of that ?' 'Well, I can't exaotly say;-fashion I Buppose ; you can writg notes on them, you .'Bee, much better when they're broad/ .What kind of notes?' demanded the -persevering one, beginning to think his old friend was not quite aa he ought to be. 'Oh, all kinds of interesting things. Iiook here,-I made one myself/ And, .with a pride that was touching rather than arrogant, Hood turned over the leaves till ho came to it. It was not difficult to find tho fage; it was well creased, and there, in age sprawling inky letters,-tho sight of which ...

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

A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. WANTED at once, in every locality, an in- telligent person to aot as our Agent. No special knowledge required, and without interfering with present occupation. An excellent opportunity for a capable young mun or lady.-Address, Morse Manufactur- ing Oorapauy, 3, Bed Lion Court, Londou, E.G. SEND your Photo and ls to PROFESSOR, DARE, Physiognomist, oare Liverpool Herald. Iiis delineations of character are based on purely soientifio principles. He will iufortu you by letter aa to traits and tendencies, weakness and (strength of ohuraater, what to arrest and what to cultivate, what partner to sokot for life and what occupations you should follow. N.B.-Photo carefully re- turned with synopsis of oharaoter, Ploaso stnto color of eyes nnd hair. Addross PituFisssou DAUM, care Liverpool Herald,

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