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SHORT STORY THE PAINTING OF EVA'S PORTRAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 26 March 1898

ly THE PAINTING OF EVA'S K< PORTRAIT. Edward Gresham was one of those for - -túnate people to whom a career at the Bar does not, as in the gretit majority of cases, mean a life of hopeless struggle and dis- appointment. Barely thirty, ho was already making some hundreds a year with excellent prospects ior the future. Like most success- ful men, he was not brilliant. Capaoity for work and a ready perception, backed by a coneiderable ainount of influence, had given him his position ; in short, ho was a lucky man, as everybody said. Under the circumstances it was not, per- haps, unnatural that, bol io vin g in his luck, he should have allowed himself to fall in love, not with a solicitor's daughter, but with a certain pretty girl-the child of an impoverished but genial country squire whom he had met during his Long Vaoation, and to whom he proposed during a Christmas stay in her father's house Eligible young men being soarco in tho country (as indeed elsewhere), and tho fair...

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DEAN FARRAR ON "CHURCH AND STAGE." [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

DEAN FARRAR ON " CHURCH AND STAGE" Dean Farrar contributes an artiole en tilled "Church and Stage" to the lnat number of the " Christian Globe," 44 If a youth is in the smallest degree sincere and earnest" (be writpff) "he will make it Ms daily prayer and his daily effort to resist temptations, tb keep his youth and all ha life as a holy offering to God. If ho finds that! for any.robson, it is for him individ- ually a source of danger to go to a theatre, he is bound to avoid doing so; and in any case ho would be wise in regarding a visit to the play as an exceptional enjoyment. But he is not, therefore, justified in con- demning another who may find intellectual refreshment and moral profit from witnessing some great drama interpreted by some gifted actor; still less is he justifind in as- suming an attitude of moral superiority over others who see no reason to abandon a form of delightful instruction which 'has., often ex- erted, and still may exert, an influence for righteousness ...

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A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. WANTKD at once, in every locality, na in- telligent person to not as our Agent. No special knowledge required, and without interfering with present ocoupntion. An excellent opportunity for a capable young mon or Indy.-Address, Morse Manufactur- ing Oompauy, 3, Rod Lion Court, London, E.O. !

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DRUIDS'GALA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

DRUIDS'GALA. THE Secretary of the TJ.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, tho actual cash value of which is guaranteed to be ¿£1000. The Tickets are ls each, or ll Tickets for 10s or 22 Tickets for £1. The profits aro to be divided amongst Charities as heretofore. There being no Head Office in Sydney this year the public are invited to send for Tickets direct to tho Secretary, M.r. Jafî. 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 tho Members throughout N.S.W. and their friends to give the Melbourne Committee the same support as has been accorded them for the past 28 years in the Colony.

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A SYDNEY HARBOR DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

A SYDNEY HARBOR DISASTER. j There have been a number of disasters of late, ami on Saturday there was a heavy wind blowing, nnd tho upsets, as a consequence, were numerous. Upsets of moro than one kind we have to record ; for instance, the individual with the weak digestion who ate something that disagreed with him, and the consequence was distression and discomfort. But there is no reason for anyone to suffer now that we have a preparation known ns Bile Beans, which will put your digestive organs in perfect work- ing order, and thereby making pure, rich blood flow through your veins. They are made in one of the largest and best equipped labora- tories in tho world in the city of Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.. and have been used in that country for years by the best physicians. They are an undoubted specific for Indigestion, Con- stipation, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Headache, Piles, Female Weakness, etc., etc. Tho suies ; overy year amount to several millions, and it is to this fact alone ...

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CHAPTER XIV. WHAT HAPPENED FLORRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

CHAPTER XIV. , WHAT HAPPENED FLOBBXB. . » , When sae saw her little brothers fall under the ruthless hatohets of the natives, Florrie herself foll horrified, sickened, and dazed. .But she soon awoke to consciousness, as she was rudely pulled to her feet by a band' of Maoris gathered round her, when one or two of them struck matches and stared at her, after which there was a short con- sultation and some sore of contention which Bhe did not understand. : , Why did they not kill her ? she wondered* What would they do with her ? She only guessed their purpose when they conducted her back quickly to the house and made heir understand that she was to take what dreaa she required ; then they brought a horse up to the front door, puddled,-one of th« farm horded - and oom^elitd Floreio to mount. All that the Maoris took from the house, sp far as Florrie could see, was ftoduey's gun and some ammunition, and whatever edibles they could find ready to hand. It was about 2 o'clock when they mov«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

ALBA NI AUSTRALIAN TO UH (Under the direction oE Messrs. Williamson and ' Musgrove). Second Series of tho ALBANT CONCERTS, to bo given at the TOWN HALL, SYDNEY, Ta compliance with numerous requests from ladies living at a clistanco, tho Directors have decided to give ONE SPECIAL MATINEE On SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 2nd, at 2 o'clock. CONCERTS will also be given on WEDNESDAY" NIGHT, March 80th, and MONDAY NIGHT, April .Ith. These will positively be the last Ballad and Miscellaneous Concerts given in Sydney by Madame Albani and her talented Company. Box Pion at Paling & Co., Gcorge-stroct. Reserved Seats 7s (id, Ordinary Scats Gs, 2s Gd. (JÏRAYED into my yard, Light Rod O MILKING COW, branded li II with n bar over. Owner cnn have samo by paying expenses. . W. S. LEIGH, Gross Hoads Hotel, Liverpool. RAPHAEL'S Perfect Spectacle, to bo had at Miss MoNeill's Pharamoy, from ls per pair. Sight tested free.* riTHE" COLONIAL- MÜTIJÁL LIFE J ASSURANCE. ;SO0TETY, LIMITED. LOST POLICY. I...

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DO WE LIVE UNNATURAL LIVES? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

i DO WE LIVE UNNATURAL LIVES ? " Yes !" would be tho answer given in ninety nine cases out of every hundred, and to arrive at this conclusion a great deal of thought is not necessary. Wc only have to look around us and see the thousands of people suffering, which goes to prove that we do live unnatural lives. Wc disobey the laws of nature. We eat too fast, we ont too much, eat foods that disagree with us, eat at the wrong time, keep late hours, and don't observe regularity of habit, and the inevitable result is that our health breaks down. Once in a while "we come across a man that has kept his digestion good and his blood pure. That man has li veil a perfectly natural life. Not one man in a thousand does it, though. But it is gratifying to know that there is a remedy nt hand-viz., Bile Beans that will cure our ills. Bile Beans have been used by tho first physicians in America for all ailments arising from defective digestion, such I ns Biliousness. Headache, Constipation, Piles, Pi...

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TRAVELLER. MARRIAGE ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

M ABRI AGE ABROAD. So many deplorable tragédie have taken place in consequence of disregard of the law iu connection with marriage by English people abroad, that it behoves every parent to know something of what is required, in order that marriage under such circumstances may be valid. It is the Foreign Marriage Act of 1892 whioh has provided for the marriage ot British subjects outside the United Kingdom, and here are a few important points taken fro"a it. MABBIAOIÎ OF TWO ENQMSH PKOMVK ABROAD. First of all you must go to the Consul and find out exaotly what you have to do, aud Îrcu must oarry out his instructions to the otter. Remember that there is no square mile of non-British land' whioh is not under the jurisdiction of a British * Consulate officer. ' It both parties to be married reside within the same Consular district, a certain formula must bo observed ; but if the seoond party belong to eomo other oountcy or distriot, then a notice mint be giveu in-in England to the 'regi...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

SOCIAL. ".BIÎIWIÎHA," tho plea.santly-mbunted and well-appointed residence of Mr. VV. Bo bal- lade, Hoxton Park, was tho scene of festivi- tés on Wednesday evening last, in which upwards of fifty guests, including residents j from all parts of the surrounding, district, I participated through the- kind invitation of the genial host. The premises were prettily ! decorated for the occasion with flowers and greenery and brilliantly lighted through- out. Dancing", which proved the chief at ? traction, commenced shortly after 8 o'clock to excellent music supplied by Mr. Richard- son and was kept up with vigour till mid- night when an adjournment was made to the supper tables, where a tastefully laid out re- past, provided by Mr. and Mrs Freeman (Liverpool) was in waiting. After an ample discussion of the good things provided, Mr. C. Miller, on behalf of the guests, thanked the host for the pleasure his hospitality had afforded the company. Mr. Retallack suit- ably responded, -after which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

THE ROYAL ROAD TO SAFE AND EASY TEETHING Is the prompt use of A.shton and Parsons9 MATRIÖARIA. Thousands of Mothers can testify to this: anet their words are endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, Doctors, Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the BRITISH and 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. u Hoylnnd Common, near Barnsley, - January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Please let me have another large box of Infants' Powders. Gould you let me have them to sell ? I have 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 nevorgeta restless &ight with her, and she is cutting teeth. Yours truly, (MK.) A. HBBLEY." The doctor failed to relieve. Ivy Ban...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

Impurities of the Blood. 'Until these purifying Pills have .'had a fair trial, let no one .ike longer oppressed with the notion that his malady is in« curable^ A few clo^e« will remove all disordered actions, rouse <tli='torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thornii*h purification throughout the whole system, nuithout disordering .the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache "No organ In fhe human body is so liable to disorder a* tho siver. Kemamber that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on ithe stomach warn us 'that digestion is not proceeding properly, Kolloway's Pills give strength to every organ, spacclily remove .all causes af indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick headache, ¡and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In casse» of dr'^lity, 'languor, and nervousness, generated Iby excas-i of any .kmc whether montai or phy.Mcal, t...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye ; talc of the Klaorî Slar By EDWIN DOIDGE, Author of ' Father and Son ' ; « The Mystery r .. of Mervellieu,' etc CHAPTER XII.-(CONXXOTTBD. ) They were approaching the quarry when . Charley looked smartly up. . Did you hear that F . I did not observe anything/ 'I heard a dog bark, or I'm greatly mis- taken.' In another minute they were nob mistaken. A dog distinctly harked, and they oould hear it was from the dirootion of the quarry. ' My instructions are to act with oaution. The Maoris ara famous for laying ambushes. We will return, Mr. Ward, for the men. A dog would not be safe in this queer place hy itself Charley said he would wait in the path till the captain's return. ' That I cannot allow. I value you too highly, Mr. Ward, to leave you in any danger.' « I don't apprehend any,* he said, but he was persuaded, and - they returned and brought np the twenty-five troopers quickly to the spot:

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POETRY. THE BOY AND THE ANGEL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

POETRY. - -_. THE BOY AND THE ANGEL. A little boy, whose oberub face Spoke purest innocence and grace, Stood gazing at a bright machine, ' Whose owner nowhere could be seen-? For why ? The owner was within, Imbibine: at the ' Angel Inn.' O childhood, how we oft repine For that sweet hmooence of thine ! .We think thou liveBt nearest far To where Heaven's peaceful visions are- . Not tainted yet with many sins, Nor yet frequenting * Angel' Inns. Perhaps some epirit good and mild Inspired the boy, who sweetly smiled, He glanned around with cautious eye To see if any one were nigh ; Then from his coat he drew a pin, This infant by the ' Angel Inn.' He gazed, with eotasy of joy, Upon the wheel, this cherab hov ; The type so plump and well inflated Delighted him with bliss elated, As fervently ho thrust his pin Against the tyre, and drove it in. The child is father of the man : Away the seraph-youngster ran' For even childhood, pure and sweet, Has learnt that valour is discreet ; And in hi...

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INGLEBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

INGLEBURN. ! AT a special meeting of the local Council, held on-the 22nd ultimo, the Mayor (Alder- man Whitehouse) presiding, the tender of R. Atkins (¿£10 lös) was accepted, subject to the approval of the Campbelltown Council, for surveying the boundary lino between the Ingle- burn and Campbell bown municipalities, the Mayor being instructed to submit the tender to tho Campbelltown Council at its nextmeeC ing. The tender of Jas. Anderson (£2 2s) was accepted for valuing the ratable property within the municipality fur the current year in conjunction with the council clerk, the latter's remuneration being fixed in a similar amount.

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CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

CANLEY VALE. THE monthly meeting of the Fruitgrowers' Association will be held at the Assocation Hall this (Saturday) evening, when it is hoped that all interested will attend. A NEW brick cottage is about to bo erected near the railway for the residence of Mr. D. Asi m us. THE caretaker of the Association Hall wishes it to be understood that whoever may be found defacing or damaging the Hall Company's property will be compelled to ap- pear at the Liverpool Police Court. THE regular meeting of the Social Im- provement and Musical Society was held on the 16th instant. Everything went off in tip-top style.

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NOT KNOWING WHAT ELSE TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

NOT KNOWING WHAT ELSE TO DO. To save ourselves trouble and suffering'by' learn- ing from the experience of others-that is the wisdom of history. Otherwise every generation, and every man and woman therein, would have to begin back where their ancestors did. Every soul of us has to learn the alphabet for himself ; but after that he con read and benefit by what others have written. Isthat idea plain as peas in a split pod ? Yes. Well, then, let us see whether it has anything to say to the fucts set forth in the following letter ; " After my confinement," writes a woman, " in August of last year (1893), I could not get up my strength. My food did not seem to he of any .use to me. In some way I was ill, but I could" not give a name to the ailment. My tongue was swollen and. thickly coated, and I was constantly spitting out the thick phlegm which gathered in my throat and mouth. No matter how little food I took-eveu a morsel-it gave me great pain at the chest and sides ; and sometimes it...

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ST. JOHN'S PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

ST. JOHN'S PARK. Tura anniversary services, in connection with tho Protestant Mission Sabbath School, will bo held nb the Mission Hall on Sunday (to- morrow) at 3*30 and 7*15 p.m. Thc scholars have been well trained for tho occasion and should give a good account of themselves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

PHOSFERINE (Registered Trade Mark.) A VITALISING TONIC IMPARTING NEW LIFE & ENERGY TO THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. CURBS Neuralgia. Neuritis Sciatica. Impaired Vitality. Brain Fag1. Nervous Exhaustion. Melancholia Rheumatism .lumbago. Sleeplessness. Local & General Debility. Constitutional Weakness. Impaired Digestion. And all such Disorders, 40, Henslowe Road, Parry 'Road, E «st Dui « "ich, S.E. Misfits. ASHTON & PARSONS. Dear Sirs, - I nm d^lightpd to be able, for the first time in my life, to bear testimony to the efficacy of a patent medicine (arid I liHve trifid numbers), but I must certainly congintul «te yoti on having at the last tapped tî;o Elixir Vitro-at least, so it hus proved in my cns** : I am, of cours0, referring to your PHOSFERINE, which, if I had my will, should be supplied free to every rheu- matic or dyspeptic subject ia England, feeling sure that thoy would each one experience an equal benefit to myself. I have been suffering for th* past twelve mo...

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DEATH OF MR. G. MURRAY, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

DEATH OF MR. G. MURRAY, J.P. IT is with feelings of the deepest regret that we record the death of Mr. G. Murray. J.P., which took place athis residence, Speed-street, on Wednesday evening last. The deceased gentleman, who was 65 years of age at the time of his death, had been ailing for some time, but attended to his business in Sydney as usual until about a week ago, when he was forced to take to his bed owing to an attack of congestion of the lungs. ' Drs. Birch and Pirie attended the sufferer, but medical skill proved of no avail for he died as above stated. Deceased was formerly closely identified with Liverpool as one of the proprietors of the Paper Works, but of late years his Sydney business commanded his undivided attention ; still, as a local re- sident, he was highly esteemed by all classos and his unostentatious acts of charity had endeared him to many of the distressed and suffering poor of the town. The news of his death was received with profound regret and general sy...

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