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BLUNDERS BEFORE ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

BLUNDERS BEFORE ROYALTY. Aooording to one Messrs. OasHoll's publica- tions, tte etiquette of courts is a language whioh must be learnt, and oannot be in- vented on the spur of the moment. So lon« as Royalty confines itself to tho oirolo of those who axe born and bred to the ways of Ahe court, etiquette, of oourse, direots and limits every action. But when they stray from this to more open commons, the inhabi- tants of whioh have nothing bat their own simple wits to eruide them, there is no know- ing what may happen. The Prince of Walos, for instance, at a ball at a foreign watering plaoe, sent his equerry to a young American girl to signify his 'command' that she should dance with him. The American girl replied, * If the Prince wishes to danoo with mo let him come and ask mo.' The equerry signi- fied that it wan not etiquette to decline a royal command. ' Not for subjeots,' roplied the American, ' but I am one of the (sove- reign people.' This story is .paralleled by that of the Ame...

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THE SECRET OF GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

THE SECRET OE GOVERNMENT. " BaflB is one of thoae astute juvenile autuorats who are strangely gifted in analysing the secrot and extent of their. , dominion over adoring relatives. 'Oh, no,' she was ene day overheard to oonfide to another small girl, ' mamma can't, make me mind at all-she otin't do a thing with me ; bnb grandpa knows how to manage me.* ' How does he do it, Bess P' asked the im- patient male oousin who was eavesdropping; in a hammock on tho piazza. 1 Why, he watts till he Bees what Fm. going to do, and then he lolls me to do it.'

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HUMOUR. AT SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

-« AT SUNDAY SCHOOL. A Sunday school teacher was reoently holding forth OD the parable of the prodigal, son, and referred to the oharacte*: of tue elder brother. ' But amid all the r joioing,' he «aid,. 4 thero waa one to whom the preparation of the feast brought no joy, to whom the pro- digal's return gave no pleasure,4 but only bitterness; one who did not approve of the feast being held, and who had no wish to attend it. Now, can any of you tell me who thiB was P' There was a breathless silence, followed'by a vigorous oraoking of thumbs, and then, from a dozen sympathetic little lips came the ohorus ; ' Pieaae, sir, it was the fatted, calf !'.

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WOMEN AS PREACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

WOMEN AS PREACHERS. In the English Established Church we have not yet got so far as women olergy, but perhaps we are nearer the innovation than many think. Of women ohuroh-wardens, however, there are quite a number, one of the most noted being the Dowager Mar I ob ion ess of Londonderry, who was the first i titled lady on record to hold the office. She wan, or ie, cburoh-warden of Maohynlloth, in Wales. Other lady incmbars holding similar positious are the Dowager L>idy Heathcote, for North Ealing parish, Hants, and tho Dowager Lady Hindlip, to a ohuroh in Worcestershire. This seems to open a new employment for dowagers. - Of ordinary lady ohuroh wardens there are so many that the only oases that need be noted are those of Miss L. Jarrow, who is churchwarden for the fourth y oar at Thetford, Ely, and Miss Clarke, who is churchwarden of North ghoebury, in Essex. Among the N on conformists, however, there are many women preaohors. To name some of the best known, there is a sister o...

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A ROYAL PROMPTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

A ROYAL PROMPTER. The'Crown Prince of Denmark is very fond of ohildren. A few days ago he and the Prinoeea were visiting a school in Copen- hagen, The children in ono of the lower olasaes were having a lessou, and one child was oalled by the governass to answer some questions. The ohild was so awed by the Boyal visitors that she stood quite silent. ; much to the good teacher's disgust. The Crown Prince oalled the little girl to him,, plaoed her on his knee, and said, ' Now we will answer bettor.' The child, to the ' teacher's delight, appeared to have found her tongue again, and- gave surprisingly , good answers to. all the questions. When the Royal party had left, the governess praised her warmly, but to her surprise the promising pupil explained her success by replying, 'He told me what to say.'

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A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER: Years ago there existed at Oxford, a secret aooiety oalled the 'Med. Fae,' whose sole object seems to havo been the perpetration of practical jokes. At one of the meetings it wa? suggested that the society confer a : ßotitious honorary degree on Nicholas, who was nt that time Czar of Russia, and a draft was duly drawn up, a copy made, and after having been properly'signed, sealed, and oortificd,' it was despatched to Russia. In the course of a taonth or -two a package, with a letter attached beating tho Royal seal of Russia, was reooived, and on opening it was found to bo a reply from the Chamber- lain of the Czar to the communication of the eooioty. His Majesty had, with muoh Eleasnre, learned of the honour oonferred on im by Buoh a distinguished University as Oxford, and felt muoh flattered with .the dignity it .boro. He, therefore, in aooepting the honour, desired to convey his best; wishes to +he distinguished party of tho great Uni- versity, and hoped th...

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THE MARQUIS WAS EMBARRASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

THE MARQUIS WAS EMBARRASSED. Wliile Lord Salisbury was giving his reply to the deputation from tho Liverpool Chamber of Commerce in the Town Hall, an incident occurred whioh at the moment was a little embarrassing,'but which alno was not without an arno SID g side. Every day, at one o'clock, a timo gua is discharged on the Birkenhead side of the Mersey, being fired by electricity from Bidston Observatory. The gun went off on that day just as the Marquis was speaking about West Africa as the'oountry we should look to to afford new market« for our goods. Instantly, by force of habit, marly every mau in the room took his watch out to note the time. This was quickly notioed by Lord Salisbury, on whose countenance an embarrassed look suddenly appeared, and with some apparent appre- hension ho expressed the hope that he was not keeping his audienoe too long.

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SCIENCE. TICKET WRITING INK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

TICKET WRITING- INK. For indoor ticket writing take loz of gum arabic, using only such pieces as are olear and free from dirt, etc., and dioFolve thia in quarter of a pint of olean boiling water. After the gum has dissolved, strain the polution through a pieoe of very tine muslin. The gum can be got at an oilshop, whore also the oolours .are sold in the form, of powder. ßet a pennyworth of vermilion red, cobalt blue, and vegetable black. Pro euro three bottles, fitted with stoppers, and having wido mouths. On a olean tilo or piece of slate, place about as much of either of tho above-named powders as would rest on a half-penny ; add a few drops of gum solution to it, and grind them, np together with a palette knife, BO as to make a paste. Place this in one' of the stoppered bottles, and add moro gum- solution. The bottles must be filled with gum solution, and powder after it has been ground up with a little solution on the slab. Do not sprinkle dry powder into the bottle of guin solu...

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PERSONALITIES. THE TAX ON GHOSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

-? THE TAX ON GHOSTS. An amusing story is dtill told in the lobby with roferonoo to Lord Willoughby Da Eresby'* spoeoh on tho new eatato duty. The uoblo lord, m oritioieing the arrange- ment of the duty, mentioned that he wafl heir to a ghost, and ironically inquired how , muoh he would be required to pay on that. ' Oh,' exclaimed a member sitting near, amid the laughter of surrounding colleagues, ' that would come under the increased spirit tax.'

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DIDN'T DARE ANSWER THAT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

DIDN'T JD A RE ANSWER TH A.T. Mr. Leonard Courtney, M.P., waB asked at a political meeting whether ho was in favour of the Bill to legalise marriage with a deceased wife's sister ? ' May I inquire,' said Mr. Courtney, all smiles, 4 whether the gentleman who puts that question is married?* 'lam.' 'Has your wife a sister living?* ' She Uas.' * Is your wife present ?' * No.* 'Well, my wife is present; she, too, has a. sister living,' said Mr. Courtney, resuming his seat.

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ONLY THE WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

ONLY THE WIVES. The Sultan of Morooco keeps a large number of live lions about his premises, and in the evening these animals are set loose in the courtyards of the palace to not as guards of the Royal harems. On one occasion when Mr. Douglas Beaufort, the juggler, was   preparing for his performance, there sud- denly arose a fearful sound of howling and screaming. Then was heard the thud of heavy blows, and everyone felt scared on account of the presence of the lions. But it was afterwards explained that the noise merely came from a dozen of the Sultan's wives who had slipped out on the quiet to seethe '.mystery man.' Of course,, they were discovered by the keeper of the harem, who practically displayed his indig nation at such conduct by beating the women   with a thick, heavy club. [ He, D.B., was born Edward Douglas Waller Broad c.1863, in Camden Town, London, the eldest son of Waller and Mary Parker (nee Swain) Broad , gs. of William Richards and Charl...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1898. THE other day it was pointed out in this journal that Federation is essentially a young men's question. The public will have noticed that this statement was eloquently and emphatically endorsed by Mr. Barton in his brilliant address in the Protestant Hall. The Daily Telegraph, which has undertaken to secure the destruction of the Federal cause, declares this to be a false Federal cry and sneers with an air of superiority at the "sympathies of political juvenility." The D. T. proceeds with a specious argu- ment against the key-note s0 splendidly struck by the Federal leader and asks " why a Federal constitution which suits a young man should not be equally adapted to the requirements of one advanced in years?" Mr. Barton did not contend to the contrary. He pointed out the enormous advantages of Federation and the broad, liberal and democratic scope of the new con- stitution for a larger national life. Under such a constitutio...

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

BE ON GUARD AGAINST TBE VILE AND INJURIOUS IMITATIONS OF CLEMENTS TONIO SOLD BY MANY DEALERS CLEMENTS TONIO IS THE BEST, ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. Don't bo deceived or mislead into buying any other, or your pains, time and money are only thrown away. CLEMENTS TONIO, POSITIVELY CURES ALL OASES ARISING FROM ANAEMIA, LIVER COMPLAINT AND INDIGESTION. Mr. William Taylor, commercial traveller, Bong Bong Street, Bowral, N.S.W., writes on Juno 3rd. IS96:-Sometime ago I wns very ill with influenza, brought on by over- work and worry ; in fact, I was more dead than alive. J could not ent, my sight wns impaired, and I was nlso nflVctod with drowsiness giddnpss, and costivenosa. Re- turning from husiopssone evening. I chanced to moot a friend who nslcod mo what was tho matter, when told, ho advised mo to try Clements Tonio, so I wont nnd bought 11 bottle, and before ton I took tho first doso and anothor the next morning before break- fast, and I nan nssure youl felt an improve- ment ; therofor...

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. {BY W. T. C.] Hampton Court Palace, built by Cardinal Wolsey, has been the temporary abode of royalty from the days of Henry VIII, until George III, ascended the throne. It was not until the accession of Victoria that these fine apartments were thrown open to the public. I shall not attempt a description of tho halls, audience chambers, tapestries, rooms, cloisters, or picture galleries. I spent three whole days here, ay, and a glorious July afternoon too, when for just two minutes I reclined on the capacious bed of Queen Anne, after which, with a fair com- rade, I got lost within the famous Maze, .finishing up with an inspection of tho ancient and prolific grape-vine, with its annual crop of 3000 bunches, the bulk of which supply tho Queen's table. The view of the Thames from what is known as the Water Gallery is lovely, to me a perpetual memory feast. Our return was via the Thames. When viewing this river from London Bridge I have de s...

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CHAPTER XIII. THE SEAROH CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

CHAPTER XIII. THE BKABÓR OONTIOTXBD. Even when men .are engaged in tho most solemn business, or most serious missions, they find it in them to break out into un- controllable laughter. Those Maraiti moun- tains had never echoed a merrier laugh, perchance,1 than when Oapt. Lumley brought up his two dozen fully equipped troopers and, bidding them hold themselves in read- iness for an engagement, entered the spot indicated as the quarry, half expecting to meet the fighting men of the deserted village. Imagine his surprise, amid tho laughter of Ward and his men, when all that was found was a lame old Maori woman, who would not, or oould not, leave the settlement ; and with her remained her faithful old dog, looking about as old as herself. And when they had brought tho oowering old orone forth, and the merriment had ^Vjided, Ward remarked that after all they must not underrate the importance of their find. The old woman must know a good deal, if they oould get it from her. ' You can tal...

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PARTIAL PARALYSIS AND ACUTE INDIGESTION. AN ASTOUNDING AND MIRACULOUS CURE. BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

'wmmmmHjmÊÊmmmmmmmmmemmmmaBmmimiamÊËmKamaasBm -^-.-M ..... :..-:-??-i-, i, j ;--, i ,; PARTIAL PARALYSIS AND ACUTE INDIGESTION. ! IAN ASTOTJNDTNG AND MIRACULOUS .GURTS. TB Y DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS PoB PAIK iPEOPLE. .The following' is an absolutely true and ?concise account of the astounding cure of the ?well-known jockey, Mr. T. H. Lampard of 15 Fisher.-street, Adelaide (S.A.), from neut« chronic indigestion and partial paralysis through the use of a few boxes if Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. To trainer» and jockeys especially, and to the general public as well, this narrative will pr>-ve of astounding benefit and interest : - "I have been a sufferer for years," said Mr. Lampard during the interview, '' with Chronic Indigestion, and internal injuries received accidentally from horses. A horso . threw me heavily whoa I WHS about 16 yours -of age and I lay unconscious for six hours. I was cai lied horne tb where I was then living at East Wellington, Souh Australia, an...

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SHORTY STORY THREE FATAL WOKDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

v^^S&BHIEÏ Sf OBY . ? .? ' ; :/ -* Y THREE FATAL WOKDS. Dr. Bernard Grant stood at the surgery window, his hands thrust into his pockets, staring ont at Piccadilly, en wreathed in fog. His strong face puckered in concern, oc- casionally a muttered exclamation escaped him an a dangerous situation revealed itself through a momentary rent of the yellow Sall, or under the blurred light of a lamp, he window was high, and when for a minute tho fog' wave rolled aeido, white, up- lifted faces appeared with startling effect like drowning mon and women taking their last despairing look at tho sky. The dootor tugged at his heavy moustache, and started back as though appalled by a sudden appeal from helpless humanity. When he looked again the fog ocean had closed over tho lifted heads ; yellow and red light gleamed luridly where they had been. * Weird !' murmured the onlooker, a whimsical smile illuminating hia perious lips and eyes. He turned from tho window, and threw himself into a l...

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

PÖSTAL INFORMATION". MAILS are despatched from Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), as 'follows : Sydney, Parramatta, and Glor field, 9 30 a.m. Bringelly» Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, ' Preston's, and [? Hoxton Pork, ll a.m. i Sydney, 12;30,p.ra. I Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and' I T.P;0., at 5-30 p.m. f Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, at 9*30 p.m. f On every Tuesday and Satnrday mails aro des- patched for Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 Doon. > , On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to ¡T Travelling P.O., wi th ¡letters foi-the Northern and \. Western lines, nt.9*30. t On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney, I' Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 6 I p.m. MAILS aro received at tho Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), as follows: Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 am. Moorbank, í)'45 a.m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam deli, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12*45.p.m. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly and Preston's, 5*5...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 31st, 1898. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Chapman, J.P.) BREACHES OF THE PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

? LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. ÏTHURSDAY, MAKCU 31st, 1898. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Ch« ¿mitin, J.P.) BREACHES OF Til 12 PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ACT. ÍA. Bowie pleaded guilty to a charge of not sending his child to school thc required number of days during the past half-year and .vas lined ls, with 6s 8d costs. Mrs. Gosnell pleaded guilty to a similar charge and wns mulct in a like penalty. J. Livermore pleaded guilty" to two similar charges and was fined 1«, with G's 8(1 costs, in each case. The prosecutions were instituted by MP. Gunnoen, teacher of the St. John's Purk Public School, and tho P.M., in commenting upon the cases, said a form of notice should bo provided 111 hy thc department fully setting forth the liability Iii of parents in not conforming to the provisions of W the Public Instruction Act in respect to sending m their children to school. M CHILD DESERTION. 1 H Willintn Nelson was charged at the instance'of H Fanny Gorry (a widow) with deserting his gil' illegitimate child. I...

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

»TMMtMiirtiifw.vir-iTi »¡iB.attwiá«witaittWi?i,Tjnriiifitir.iwaaifOTiiiiMritiiiii » MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. Tun regulnr mcoling of tho nbovo wns hold on tho 24th ultimo. Present-tho Mnyor (Alderman J Asiimin) and Aldermen Stimson, Westncott, Simpson, Telfer and Linley. Minutes of previous meeting wero rend II nd confirmed. COItUKSrONDKNOH. A lottur from thu Hew ,1. U'Conor (held nvor fruin lust meeting), requesting tho council to im- prove the nppnmch to tho church gutes nt Cu ni ey Vu lu, wan Tn rt her deferred, nrul tho clorlt in Htrucled to reply stating that tho matter is under { couciulcralion. I i The council clerk wrote asking for tm increase .".of salary and pointing out that the present salury " bf £30 a y eur was not sufficient for the work. The matter was deferred for consideration at next meeting. ? ' REPORTS.. I The Finance Committee's report, recom- mending payment of accounts amounting1 to £12 14s, was adopted ; as also was the dayman's fort ' nightly r...

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