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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. AT the Camden Show last week the wood- cutting contest was won by 0. Heckenberg, with E. Heckenberg second. A DAY'S racing will take place ab Smith- field on the 9th instant, Mr. J. H. Stanfield, licensee of the Cricketers' Arms, is the pro- moter. Thc programme comprises six events and a good dny's sport is anticipated. Entries, which will be received locally by Mr. C. Brewer, of the Golden Fleece Hotel close on the otb instant. NICK showers fell early on Sunday morn- ing last. I Host Dobson, of Tattersall^ Hotel, caught a largo eel in his cellar last week. M UH. Cloke had a number of her canaries poisoned on tho morning of the 25th ultimo. A quantity of arsenic was found in one of the cages. The police aro investigating the matter. MKS. Hernaman, of George-street, was kicked on the forehead by a cow on Saturday last, bub fortunately escuped serious injury. . Mn. J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has estab- lished an ollice in town, adjoining Mrs. Hat ton's boot and shoe...

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

Th0 B^iM^of Life. Tell mo not in mournful.numbers' Advertising cioos not pay ; For tho man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. Life ia rocil ! Lifo is earnest 1 And tho man who hopes to rise. To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In the world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of teal lifo, Advertising is the seorot Of achievement in the ptrife. Lives of rich men all remind us Wc ban make'our own sublime, And by .liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. THE Liverpool Herald With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and " Liverpool Mercury), Published Every Saturday Morning, Is ono of th* BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM* out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation thr.oùglvout the Wib ole of the District. including Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta. Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, ajnd the to^n of ^^ye^nool. "-:-o It contains the LATEST N Ev W S ! right up to the time...

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

£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED, DOUG AL'S Registered List, contaming names of 20,000 'families advertised *for, to «lai m property and mouey siuce .1700. IPrioe laöd, post free 2a. Every mau and women should buy this 'boole, as instructions are given how to o-ecover property from Chancery.-DOUGAL and Go., '62 Strand, London, Eng.. Est. il844. A fortune may await you. This boole can now be obtained from W. <C. Rigby, Adelaide:; Gordon and Gr >toh, Mel., Brisbane; Gt. Robertsou & Go., Mel., .Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. BONANZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. IDixson and Sons manufacture from the choicest Savana tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before ¡attempted. 4 for 6d ! ! Sample hundreds sent carriage paid for 10s.* MR J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and onay be consulted every evening between .the hours of 6*30 and 8 o'clock at the Commercial Hotel, near Kai...

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ADVICE GRATIS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

ADVTOE GRATIS. Ass : IC you think we are going to explain, to you BUmetallidui for one penny, you are much mistaken. Ic took us a week, with, our coats off, to get merely a notion of the thing, aud even now we-but never mind.-r. H«nwell: No, boes clo not bark. We can- not inform you in what year the great fire off London, in 106(1, ooourred. Consult a dictionary.-Matilda : Squint 1 Why, of ooureo you do.-Sieopy-head : No, soap is not a (soporific, but a lettor like yours is.-A Modest Inquirer : Find out and thou yon will ; know.-Ambitious : Your writing io horrible, and your sentiments aro worse. Wo do not ? think you flt for any situation at all, but get 0 months' hard labour and then write to ns . again.-John Shirker : You want to emi- grate, then why don't youP Your aug tion that wo should mipply you with the1 means is a proposal that entertains ns, but is1 not one willoh wo oan outertain.-Carious:-. Wo cannot, tell you whether the lady drowned her husband or not. You had bettor ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

usaar wama. -« ELECTRIC LIGHT. The use of electric lip ht on dining taMea haa been l"ng in making ita appearance, owing tn the neoeaaity of ourting the table and cloth, in order to oonneot the wires with various candlesticks or lamps used iu the decorations. The difficulty b»s now been overcome, and a patent arrangement has been put upon the market, consisting of a flat multiple con- nection- with the special patent, whioh lies in the centre of the oloth, and o'tu be covered with flowers cr with rilk, and whioh feeds any number of adapted oandlestioka or lamps placed upon the table. It ia said that the arrangement ia thoroughly praotioable, and oan be easily handled by any parlour« maid.

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SKETCHER. A PLUCKY SERVANT GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

SKRtBBDL A PLUCKY SERVANT GIRL. «How do we get oopped-mose iu general ?' repeated Snnffy, meditating on a question I had put. ' Well, gnr'nor, that's 'ard to say-so much depends on oirkimstances. I've knowed a pore lad get collared by the leg, jest as ho was climbing up a wall-cool and confidential, never dreaming anyone was near. Then, again, you may be on yer knees afore a plate-safe, gloating over what's inside, afore you borrow it ; all of a Budding, flop ! como a hand on yer shoulder ; you jumps round, and find« yeraelf a-staring into the muzzle of the toss's revolver ! Yua! and guv'nor,' ho emphatically added, with the air of ' one who'd boen there,'-' it looks O, lmost as big as a railway tnnnei-does that little round black hole-when you see his finger crooking on the trigger, and know ' th af just a teeny bit of extra pressure, and there won't be no more secrets inside your head-no ! nor nuthin' else !' ' Then, again, take Soapy Saunders' caeo.' ' 1 Pore Soapy'd had his eye ...

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ENGLISH LETTER. I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

ENGLISH LETTER. ..... I New fushiouB are now beginning to make themselves known. Oae thing is oertain : there is to bo a revival of the oapo-poloriun, with its long ends in front, These will bo elaborately trimmed with bended passemen- terie and many narrow ruohes. The very latest novelty, however, shows the model of a shawl shaped capo, mado of blaok silk, lined with a pretty green silk, shot with violet. It had one point, whioh hung down the book, another to form the front, while the remaining tiro ends, considerably shorter in length, fell one on oaoh side. A narrow ruche of ohiffon trimmed the edge, and a fussy arrangement of chiffon adorned the nook. Another prominent feature of coming modes, when tho weather ia warm, will be tho adoption of lace shawls as capes. This faßhion will provide a means of utilising many elegant shawls which havo been care- fully laid away. These will be made up over soft white or coloured silk. II. There is a great tendency towards reviving tho tight...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

ORIGINAL ARTICLES. rjio. 27.-BEABBIOA-THB CABBAGE PLANT ,'(. v OniQiN-VABIETIES-WHITE AND RED . ; CABBAGES - SAVOYS - OAULZFLOWEES , . BEOOOLI-PEOPAGATION-WATEE OEESS -DESCEIPTION-DllTFEEENCE BETWEEN WATEE CEESS AND THE POISONOUS WATEE PAESNIF - CULTIVATED AND UN- CULTIVATED. The cabbage tribe is, perhaps of all ' culinary vegetables the most ancient as well as the most extensively cultivated. The . original plant, being extremely liable to run into all sorts of varieties, has in the oourse of time become the parent of a numerous race . of culinary vegetables, so various in their habit and appearance that to many it may . appear very extravagant to refer them to the . game origin. Besides tho different sorts of white and red cabbage and savoys, which form their leaves into a head, there are -various sorts of borecoles which grow with their leaves loose in the natural way, and there are several kinds of cauliflower and brocoli which form" a a head of their stalks . or flower buds. Al...

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DIGESTION. I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

DIGESTION. xa ine gasino juioo wama ino bionraou pours out upon the food, we have, seen that the principal substances are a ferment called pepsin, and an acid oalled hydrochloric aoid. we have also noted the f aot that the stomaoh does not digest all kinds of food ; it can aot upon one class of diet-substances only. Tbis is tho nitrogenous dans j oomp'osed of matters of whioh beef juice and white of egg (albumens), the ourd of milk, and like sub- stances, are excellent examples. Fats, starohea, and sugars aré cot acted upon by the gastric juioc, but are digested in the in- testine or bowel by the bile from, the liver, and the juice of the pancreas or sweet-' bread. The nurioua fact has also to be noted that the sweetbread also exerts a power over tho beef juioe olass of foods, so that if any of these substances esoape the aotion of the stomaoh they will be. aoted upon and digested in the intestine. Possibly the sweetbread's aotion in this respeot is quite a necessary parc of the dig...

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HIS OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 2 April 1898

HIS OPINION. Some years ago a we'l-known ornament to the heavy cavalry arm of the service was, ¿ for want of something better to do, lounging away an hour or two in a fashionable Bond Street gallery in company with a friend, who, like himself, was more at homo at Sandown than Burlington House. Prominent amongst the piotures that attracted their critical at- tention was ono to which the name of a certain John Everett JUillais, R.A., was at- tached. 4 What do you think of it?' said his friend, observing the rather prolonged Btare with which he honoured the work, one of the threat artist's masterpieces. 'A regular daub,' he replied; 4 but it is just like the oh^ek of these gunners. They are always fsnoying they oan paint.*

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BISMARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

BISMARCK. ' Rodolph Lindan, in the 'Deutsohe Revue,* tells some stories about Prince Bismarck that have not been told in detail before. In May, 1866, Bismarck, then only Count, waa passing through Unter der Linden, when he heard behind him the report of a revolver. He turned quickly around and saw a young man-Ferdinand Blind it was-aiming1 at ' him with the still smoking pistol. Bismarck - ran toward the m&.n and seized the hand in which he held the revolver, and with his -other hand grasped the assassin's throat. The latter, however, had time to slip his - pistol into the other hand, and shot three times in quick succession. Bismarck felt himself wounded in the shoulder, and in- jured in one of bin ribs, but he held bin assailant fast until several soldiers ran up -and Recured him. Then Bismarck walked -quickly to his house, which he reached long "before any report of the affair got there. ' The Countess, it appeared, h«d several oallers when her husband carne in. He greete...

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PERSONALITIES. THE KAISER'S COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

r* THE KAISER'S OOFFEE. The Emperor of Germany enjoys tho I - unique distinction of being the only j "TSnropean sovereign who has ever descended to his kitchen and 'hud it out' with the oook. -Coffee has never been a strong point with the Berliners, and it seoras that the imperial coffee is no better Iban the rest. His Majesty grew wenry of complaining to -officers of the household, and one morning actually went below stairs to investigate matters for himself. After the shook of tho imperial presence ha* subsided, William II., . Kaiser of Germany, King of Prussia, soldier, sailor, sportsman, poet, painter, theatrical ^manager, orchestral leader, telegram sender, and absolute authority on everything, de- monstrated that there was still one more thing that he know all about, and that was ? toffee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

ARE YOU AFFLICTED with DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION", KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, ACHING LIMBS, or LIVER COMPLAINT ? IF so, safo remedios are within your reach at a nominal cost. CLEMENTS' TONIO and FLETCHER'S PILLS have never yet failed to cure the worst cases. General debility, nervousness, weakness, and general complaints of the digestivo and nervous systems are promptly cured by these reliable remedies. They are prepared by scientific processes, anti are not merely mechanical mixtures made only to "gull the public." The renown CLEM- ENTS TONIO and FLETCHER'S PILLS have won in Australasia is proof of the fact that they stand preeminent for their special classes of diseases. No remedies ever sold gave such entiro satisfaction to their patrons, and evidence is forthcoming from every city, town, and village to prove their virtues. No doubt can now exist as to their value, but purchasers must bo careful to get the genuine article as many unscrupulous traders will attempt to palm off a subs...

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IF YOU ARE WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

IF YOU ABE WISE. Don't look for the flaws a« you go through ; life: . ;. And even .when you find them ! It is wise and. kind to be somewhat,blind And lookfor the virtue behind them. For the cloudiest night: has a tint of light M Somewhere in its shadows hiding; It is better by far to hunt for a star Than the spots on the sun abiding. The current of life runs ever away To the bóBótn of God's great ocean'. : 'Don't set yóur f'ircé'gainst the river's ¿oürse And think to alter its motion. Don't waste a curse oh the universe - " Remember, it lived before y<>u. Don't butt at the storm with your puny form But beud and let itgo o'er you. The world will, never adjust itself To suit your whims to the letter, Some things must go wrong your while life long, . And the sooner you know it the better. It is folly to fight with the Infinite, And go under at last in the wrestle, The wiser man shapes into God's plan As the water shapes into a vessel.

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STOP! HOLD UP YOUR HANDS, OR I'LL FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

STOPÎ HOLD UP YOUR HANDS, OR I'LL FIRE. The above was heard in Sydney the other day from a constable who was chasing a man supposed to have committed a robbery, hut wo see people almost every day compelled to hold up their hands through sickness of ono sort or another. Fully three fourths of the human raoo are suffering more or less all the time, Such ailments as Indigestion, Constipation, Debility, etc., aro mach more common thnn is generally supposed. Bile Benns aro n remedy that has worked marvels in the curing of these ills. Thoy are manufactured in one of tho largest and best equipped laboratories in the world, nt Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and have boon used throughout thnt country for years with grent success. They are an undoubted specific for Constipntion, Headache, Indiges- tion, Biliousness, Debility, Piles, Female Weakness, Sollow Complexion, and all ail- ments arising from a disordered condition of tho digestive organs. Tho price is within reach of all, being only í)£d ...

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CHAPTER XV. SURPRISES ALL ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

CHAPTER XV. exmPBISBB AJMi BOUND. 1 Well, what will you do with tho old lady now f" asked Captain .Lumley of Ward, when the interrogation was at,an end. ' We wm take her baok with us. They may yet be in hiding about here for all we know, though the absence of the oanooB, and the provender, suggests a departure from the village, which is meatit to be final.* They wore only half way to the settlemsnt when Charley espied, from the brow of that hill which we have before spoken of, a move ? ment among the whare*. I ' There are people moving about the I village.' « Where ?' * Look to the right of the large hut ; and I near the water where the canoes are moored ' .By Goorge ! the rascals have returned, it appears ! Get ready for action, men, we may surprise them !' and he called, a halt. . You can spare your action for the pre- sent,' replied Ward, with a good-natured smile at. the oaptaiu ; * those are not To | Ronda's raeoals.' ¡ «Who then?' . Iioug George, I should say for a guess, and ...

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CHAPTER XVI. THe PAH OF KAWKAUKAU. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

OH AP TER XVI. . THB PAH Off KA.WKA.UK4.WA.tr. 'You look soured, Don! What's th© matter P' 41 miß ht well look soared. These infernal Maoris have murdered half the Campbell family, and stolen ono of the daughters. Great heaven ! What if it be Flortie P' ' As like as not,' returued Ralph, who waa never any kind of baud at playing Job's oomforter. Great beads of perspiration began to gather upon Don's brow, and he walked about uneasily. ' What's to be done P' aakod Ralph. 1 Yes, let us see what oau be done. To remain idle while this is going on ia im- possible.' 4 For you,' remarked Ralph, * That is the worct c f a young fellow losing hi) head over * love, before his wits ure properly formed.' , 4 Wont do sappers mean P' ask dd Don, not heeding Ralp .*.< homily. (To bo continued.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

EQUI81TI0N. To His Worship the Mayor of Liverpool, J. Ll. MORESHüJAD, Esq. We, the undersigned Ratepayers of tho Municipality and Electors for the Liverpool Division of the Canterbury Electorate, respectfully request you to call a Public Meeting of Electors to discuss thc advisability of inviting one or moro of the New South Wales Federal Convention Delegates to Liverpool to explain thc Commonwealth Bill, tho said meeting to b eheld at the earliest possible con- venient date. W. Ran narc! Henry Clifford Dennis Donnan F. Muller J. Free tn an Harry Scrivener lt. J. Sadleir F. Hartgu F. Smith P. Kiefer Hugh Murphy Thou. F. Murray Frank Ol ilford II. C. Blackman Challes Dunbar Alfred Cloke Cl. Gilbert J. Goldie To Messrs. W. jRannard, H. Clifford and other gentlemen signing tho above requisition. In compliance with your request I. hereby convene a PUBLIC MEETING Lo bu held in tho COUNCIL CH A M BE UH, Liverpool, on WEDNES- DAY .EVENING, lath April, at 8 o'clock. J. ll. MOHES1IEAD, M ayo...

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THE LIVERPOOL COUNCIL AND THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

THE LIVERPOOL COUNCIL AND THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION BILL. AT a meeting of the Liverpool Council held last week, at which "the Mayor (Alderman Moreshead) and Aldermen C. A. Scrivener, Christiansen, Chapman, Smith and Cole were present, the latter moved--"That this Council 'heartily approves of the Federal Constitution Bill and pledges it support towards the con- summation of same."- He referred at some length to the advantages of Federation, and in the course of his remarks said that the Council's assent to the Bill might be thc means of inducing many ratepayers to follow their example. Aldermen Christiansen and I C. A. Scrivener spoke strongly in favor of the motion and complimented the mover for introducing the question into the council. Alderman Smith said he was opposed to Federation as provided for by the provisions of the Bill. Alderman Chapman said that although he was an ardent Federalist and in favor of the Bill he was decidedly opposed to the Coun- cil attempting to represen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION", ' MAIM are despatched from ? Liverpool Post Office daily {Sundays excepted), as followsi Sydney, Parramatta, And Glei.field, S'UO a.m. Bringelly, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, .Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. Sydney, 12'30 p.m. Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and '' T.PiO., at 5«30 p.m. ' 'Sydney, Parramatta,, atid Granville, at 9*30 p.m. !On evöry Tuesdáy and Saturday mnils are des- patched for'Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 noon. On every Saturday night a mail is despatched; to Travelling Pi( with letters for the Northern and Western lines, at 9*30. ? ;OhJ Sundays1 mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at § p.m. MAIM are, reoeived át the Liverpool Post Offioe «daily (Sundays excepted), as follows Î Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 'i'm.'. Moorbank, 9*45 'a. ra. . . Sydney,: Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam . den, lO a.m; . " ' Bonnyrigg, 12*45 p.m. ?Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. . Bringelly and Preston's, S'ñS...

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