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LIVERPOOL TOTAL ABSTINENCE DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

LIVERPOOL TOTAL ABSTINENCE DEBATING SOCIETY. THE Rev. J. Robson, who is severing his connec- tion with the above society owing to his removal from the district, was entertained at tea by the members on Thursday evening, 17th instant, at the Wesleyan Schoolroom. The company numbered about thirty, and included Mr. Car- ruthers, of Parramatta, who was formerly secre- tary of the society. The president, Mr. J. Rowe, occupied the chair and on his right sat the guest of the evening. An excellent repast was served in Mr. and Mrs. Freeman's usual first-class style and after ample justice had been done to the good things provided the tables were cleared away and the meeting resolved itself into one of speechifying and harmony. The chairman, in stating the object for which the the gathering had been called together, took occasion to apologise for the unavoidable absence of the Rev. D. W. Macfie, who sincerely regretted his inability to be present and do honor to a brother minister and kind an...

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HOW DIFFERENT NATIONS EAT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

        HOW DIFFERENT NATIONS EAT. THE English are admitted by all unpre- judiced foreigners to be the most refined eaters in the world. To see a well-bred Englishman go through the various stages     of his dinner is to have a lesson in the art of graceful eating. Very different is the behaviour of the Russian, who does, not disdain to use Nature's weapons when he considers the latter more convenient than his knife and fork. The Frenchman will use a piece of bread in nearly all cases where we should use a knife. The German, on the other hand, plunges his knife into his mouth in a way that is terrifying. The Swede cuts up all his food into tiny pieces first of all, and then having laid aside, his knife, proceeds to take up piece by piece with his fork. The Italian uses a spoon quite as often as a fork. He will employ the former for vege- tables, and some times even fish, The latter use of the spoon is some...

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CABRAMATTA. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

CABRAMATTA. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] THERE is a little matter which I am some- what surprised the Smithfield police have al- lowed to pass their observation—that of a savage bull roaming at his own sweet will in the vicinity of the Canley Vale Public School and thus proving a source of danger to the scholars. I have heard that the animal charged the lady assistant teacher and that she had to use her utmost agility to evade his horns, but whether this is true or not I cannot say. At any rate, I can answer for myself, as the animal in question charged me. I was always under the im- pression that it was the duty of the police to impound such animals, but perhaps this is not the case. However, Sergeant Smith may put me right.

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CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

CANLEY VALE. THE regular meeting of the Social Improve- ment and Musical Society was held on Wed- nesday evening, 16th instant. There was a good attendance and everything went off merrily. It has been decided to hold the proposed entertainment early in May, which will give more time for preparation. ON Sunday afternoon last, while Mrs. Munro, of St. John's Park, in company with a lady friend and an infant, were driving across the dip (locally known as the "egg   trap") on the Canley Vale road, the sudden jerk of the vehicle caused the horse to fall and the occupants were thrown on to the roadway—the infant falling between the horse's legs—with the result that they re- ceived a severe shaking. Fortunately the animal, which was crossing the dip at a walking pace, was a quiet one, otherwise the accident might have been more serious. Mr.   Garrett, who witnessed the occurrence, rend- ered every assistance. It is time the coun- cil made this dip more shallow, as...

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MUNICIPAL. LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

MUNICIPAL. LIVERPOOL. THE adjourned meeting of the above was held at the Council Chamber on Monday evening last. Present—the Mayor (Alderman Moreshead) and Aldermen Chapman, C. A. Scrivener, Cole, Smith, Marsden and Christiansen. Alderman Christiansen, as a matter of privilege, asked the Mayor to allow the discussion relative to the imposition of the lighting rate to be con- tinued. The matter was an important one and he had information to communicate to the coun- cil which would prove that they could legally limit the imposition of the rate as his amendment suggested. The Mayor said the discussion had closed, but if the council were agreeable he had no objection to its continuance. The council objecting, the Mayor proceeded to put the motion, whereupon Alderman Christiansen     moved—"That this council do now adjourn." There being no seconder to the motion, he then claimed his right of explanation and refused to sit down when called upon by the Mayor, and ...

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NO TIME TO FAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

NO TIME TO FAINT.   The following story is of an Irish girl, whose love enabled her not only to live in the lonely Chicago lighthouse but to save her husband at the expense of great suffering. The Chicago lighthouse is at a place called the 'Crib,' two miles out in the lake, and surmounts the massive masonry, at the en- trance to the tunnel which receives the water supply of the city. One day in early winter the keeper was obliged to go on shore for supplies. A sudden storm prevented his immediate return; but he had no fear that the lights would he allowed to go out in his absence. Two or three days later, when the tempest had abated, though the waves, still   ran high, he made his way towards home as best he could. His wife was ready at the window of the tower, and drew up his little cargo with a rope, which she lowered again for him. At that moment his boat was swept out from under his feet. Slowly and more slowly he was drawn up, till finally he was at t...

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TREE LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

TREE LUCERNE. ScvuTn AUSTRALIAN farmers are devoting n good deal of attention to " tree lucerno," botanically kuowa as M togosnte." It is de so vi bed ae undoubtedly the hardest and most promising fodder plant that has yet. been introduced into the colony. Noither frost or drought affect it, but it dora not like the wet soil. Thirty to forty tons is the oom puted annual output of u five-yoar-old plantation, and many authorities look: on it ns the best stand-by for d«y Boasons. Horses thrive well on it, ofteu proforriutf it to wheaten hay. Tho fodder is somewhat oourse, particularly nt the end of spring, when the seeds ure hardening, but u sprink ling of molaatiütí and water tendere it more palatable.

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

EXOEUOIATII& lEÏÏRALG-IA. Tried Everything Within Reach.. NO RELIEF. CLEMENTS -TONIC SUCCESSFUL, MR. JAMES CURBAN, HUNTER-STREET, WEST MAITLAND, NEW SOUTH WALKS, writes on August 14t.h, 1896 :-I can hardly express the pleasure it gives me to write a few lines iu favor of Clements Tonio. To any person similarly afflicted it is sufficient for rue to say I was a flutterer from neuralgin. I tried everything 1 ever heard of within the reach of my meuns, but all without relief, until my attention was happily directed to a, testimonial setting forth what I now know to be the well-deserved virtues of Clements Tonio. After the first bottle I felt relieved, und when I had finished seven bottles, my neuralgic puius had left me eutirely.-Yours gratefully, JAMES CURRAN. IMPOUNDED nt Liverpool Pound on tho 16th March, 1898 : Flea-bitten grny mare, long toil, branded like AxG or Ax O near shoulder, collar marked, about 6 years old, about 15*4 hands high. If not released, will bo sold on th...

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

£100,0011,000 UNCLAIMED, B0UGrAI?S Seg'istorefl ïiist, containing names of 20¿O00 families advertised ïor, to claim property and money «ioee 1,700. 3?rioe Ü8'tíd, post ¡fr.ee 5s. Every man -a«d women should buy 'this iboi>k., ¡as instructions are given how to »ecover property froro-Ohárvcery:.-BOO© ASL .and Gd., ¡62 Strand, London, Eng.. Est. HSää. A forbu<ne QI ay await you.. This *boek -can now be obtained from W.. ?G. Rigby, Adelaide:; Crordon and 'Gr »toh,. Mei.. 'Brisbane ; Ö. Robertson ;i& Go. , Mel., ßyd-aey, Adelaide, Brisbane. ; IRONAWZA CIGARS.-A revolution in -cigars, i IDixson and Sons manufacture from the; choicest Hava/na tobaoco, with JO, necessary portion of American, at a price never before ¡ ?.attempted. 4 for 6clJ ! Sample Jbtuidiiteds .sent tcarriage paid for 10s.* ¡ MR J. H. "Marsden, .solicitor, ¡has -oom-; tmemoed practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, ¡Sydney ((opposite the -Supreme Court), and may be consulted every evening between tfche Ihou...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

FASS AIS SABOT -<¡> ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 26.-THE CEUOTPKBÍB-WHY SO-CALLED --QUALITIES -THE ACRID PRINCIPLE ANTISCORBUTIC AND OTHER GHARACTKB . ISTICS - THE TURNIP - PROCESS OP GROWTH-GREAT GROWTHS IN ROME USE OF TURNIPS IN RUSSIA-VARTETIES - MALTESE GOLDEN TURNIP - THE SWEDISH TURNIP-THE FEENCH TURNIP -JTS PEOULIARITXEs-BEST SOET OP Som - TURNIP CULTIVATION IN ATJS TEÀLIA--A SUBSTITUTE POE FLOUR. The CruoifersB inolude the Turnip, Mustard, Cabbage, Radish, Cress, &o. The natural family of crucifera contains many plants of considerable importance to man. The oross-like form whioh the four petals of the corolla assume in all the species has given the general name to the family. The useful qualities of the turnip, the * radish, the rape, and the oabbage are all well known. The greater part of this order consists of plants possessing high anti- scorbutic powers. These appear to depond upon a certain acrid, volatile, oily principle. It is particularly abundant in ...

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PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

- T-.,-. Rudyard Kipling is able to demand £150 for any poem he chooses to, write. John. Roberts, the .hilliard ohampion,' is the tallest mau. in his profession, standing 6 feet ll inohes. -."... .' Miss Braddon soribblos her novels on torn envelopes, or any scraps of paper that happen to.behandy. . '. ' Joe ' Chamberlain once sent a contribution to * Punch,' whioh was respectfully but firmly declined. ; ;-, Lord Rosebery delivered his first epeeoh when he was fourteen years old, at a volun- teer luncheon given by his grandfather.. .u; ; President Kruger reçoives an. aUowanoe of £400 per annum from the Transvaal Govern- ment for 'coffee money,* ooffeo being the Boer's national drink. Lord Salisbury is a very light oalor, and has a greit aversion to tobacoo. It is said that even his, nearest relatives never venture to-approaoh him if they .happen to be.enjoy ing the fragrant weed. ; - Thomas A. Edison, the' Eon. of the great inventor,, will probably follow in his fa chef's footsteps....

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

Swans will keep water completely free from weeda. In Canada there is still found a variety of the buffalo known as the wood-bison. A German professor reports that he has found living bacteria in wine whioh had been bottled 25 or 30 years. The modern honeymoon trip originated in the days of George II., and speodily oame into general UBO. Salt mixed with lemon-juice is an ex- cellent thing for removing the stains of ink, tar, or paint from the hands. The tunnels of the world are estimated to number about 1,142, with a total length of 614 miles. Benin oity has now a British residen oy, a connoil of ohiefs, a regular postal service, and golf links. Forty-four musoles are called into play hi the production of the human voice. . s The longest tunnel in the world is in Hun- gary. It goes under ground for over 10 miles. Under the laws of China, the man who loses bis temper in a discussion is sent to gaol for 6 days to oool down. Tho eyes of the birds that fly by night are I generally about ...

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

Impurities of the Blood« Until these purifying Pills havs had a fair trial, let no one .'fcc longer oppressed wah the notion that his malady is in- curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse the torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleans* impure blood, and confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system, Drtthout disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder a* the .iver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on the stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, mspisiated bile, and sick headache, and effect a permanent cur«. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility, languor, and nervousness, generated by excess ef any kind, whether mental or physical, the effects of thea« Pills ar«...

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POETRY. CONTESTATIO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

POETRY. . I v';' OONTESTATIO. " I am a poet still-because-beoausé Because I'm -with the swallow, however far he flies, ' Because the lark within me leaps upward to the skies, . '??>. " Because, where'er there's singing.of hirds on hill or plain, *We catch eaoh other's meaning, and join in one refrain; Because the forest temples where God has made his throne Can rustle to a rising chant they, sing to me alone ; .'?. ? Because, where'er I find thom among? the waving grass, ' The daisies and the violets nod shyly as I pass ; , Because the flowers have seorets that few ' " men seem to eeo, y . , -, ' And yet they ope their bosoms and tell their tales tome; ' Because the earth is fairer, because the roses ' blow With a loveliness and purity that few men care to know ; Because the heavens are higher than many dare to think, , B.ooause tho heavens are nearer ; I tremble on their brink ; And, oh, because to all the joys of birds and beasts and fliee, ' The myriad joys that move the earth...

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TRADE IN ENGLISH WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

TRADE IN ENGLISH WIVES. It in a Ut tío known foot that wi voa aro bought und sold in England, oven at the oloue bf the nineteenth century. In the beginning of the proBoat oentury the ' An . nnal Register * recorded the case of a man named John Gasthorpe who 'expowod his wife for sale in the market at Hall on February 14th, 1806, but owing to the orowd whioh suoh an extraordinary occurronoe had brought he was obliged to defer tho salo and take her away about Jour o'clock. How- ever, he again brought her out, and she was sold for 20 guinean and delivered with a halter to u man namod Houseman, who had lodged with them for five yeara.' In 1855 a man led MB wife with a halter round ber waist into the market-place of Derby and offered her for sale. Sho was ultimately knooked down for one shilling and sixpence and a quart of ale. On August 29, 1873, a woman was put up for auction in the market, place of Belper. Her husband had gone to America, leaving his wife and oreditors behind. . On th...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 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 Railway Commissioners, while re- turning from their tour of inspection of the southern line on Friday afternoon, 18th instant, halted at the local railway station, where they were met by the Mayor (Alder- man Moreshead) and Aldermen C. A. Scrivener, H. Scrivener, Smith and Chapman. The Mayor urged the necessity of sub- stituting a subway for the promised exten- sion of the footbridge, and that Liverpool, instead of Campbelltown, be made the first stopping place for the 5.15 p.m. train, Sydney to Goulburn. In these contentions he was supported by Alderman C. A. Scrivener, who also pointed out the advis- ability of having the water laid on to the railway yards, so as to be available in case of fire. The Chief Commissioner, in reply, said that a subway would be too costl...

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SKETCHER. MAN AND BEAST: AN ARABIC LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

WM \ MAN AND BEAST: AN ARABIO .>'g:f!'^;;:,;V- LEGEND. ! ? ?'; ". ' \The lion, "king of beasts, snperb and generous, had been killed, leaving his lioness "and bub behind him to honour his memory . iand ' perpetuate his raoe. This noble scion burnetl with a desire to travel over the world. ^Why,' asked his mother, covering him with oareßh« e, ' why do you wish to leave me P Are you not happy here? Take care, my child, beyond these vast solitudes that make your empire you will meet antony other dangers the most terrible of all enemies, he who m«de you an orphan-that formidable "being they call man !' ' ' At ln°t, tired of his eternal warning, and taking counoil of his oouratro alone, the young heir to the kingdom or beasts took leàyè bf his mother one day, saying : 4 I fear nething ; I am young and strong; I am as b'rave as my father was before me, and if I see this creature called man-well-he Bhall see nie !v He departed. ' The first day he perceived an ox in hi' road. '* Ar»1 you...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1898. JUST as we are in within measurable dis- tance of a disolution, and when all parties, particularly the Protectionist, are preparing to swoop down on the constituencies, a wave of federal fervour and favor spreads over the land and positively eclipses the provin- cial pantomine, Anti-Federalists and the army of the sceptical are going over in a swarm to the side of Federation, having suddenly dis- coverd that the Draft Constitution Bill, on examination, does not turn out to be the truculent scheme for the auction of this pro- vince they all along imagined. In fact, they now acknowledge that there is nothing alarming in the completed project of the three Conventions—and this rapidly accruing unanimity is not confined to New South Wales. The people of Victoria have caught the contagious enthusiasm of the Australian Natives' Association (which practically dominates politics in the south) and there will be ...

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ST. JOHN'S PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

ST. JOHN'S PARK. THE anniversary services, in connection with the Protestant Mission Sabbath School, will be held at the Mission Hall on Sunday (to- morrow) at 3.30 and 7.15 p.m. The scholars have been well trained for the occasion and should give a good account of themselves.

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

A CORNSTALK IN -BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [BY W. T. C.] Spurgeon's Tabernacle occupied my atten ' tion one Sunday afternoon, 4000 worshippers (it will hold 6000) were present on that occasion, Mr. Tom Spurgeon being preacher. The same evening I listened to Rev. Dr. Parker in the City Temple, Holborn, amid a congregation of 3000. The next Sunday was devoted .¡to' Bunhills-Fields Cemetery and Wesley Chapel close by. In the centre of the cemetery, beneath a recumbent marble figure, is the tomb of the famous author of " The Pilgrim's Progress," on either side of which is a rough sculpture of Christian, one with his burden on his back, the other with, it fallen ab the foot of the cross. Near to Bunyan lie Richard Cromwell, as also the mother of the Wesleys-Charles and John, Daniel Defoe (author of " Robinson Crusoe"), Dr. Isaac Watts and Dr. John Owen (" the great dissenter"). Indeed, this old-time cemetery, now closed to interment, contains the graves of hundreds of celebrated Non-...

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