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THE ONE TO ASK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

THE ONE TO ASK. * Oh, it's time 1 should talk to your mother, Sweet Mary,' says I. * Oh, don't talk to my mother,' says Mary, Beginning to ory'; . ' * For/ my mother says men are deceivers, * And never, I know, will consent ; .? She says girls in a hurry to marry, * At leisure repent.* * Then it's time 1 should talk to your father, Sweet Mary,' Bays I. < * Oh, don't talk to my father,' says Mary, Beginning to cry ; ' For my father, he loves me ¿o dearly, . He'll never consent I should go. If you talk to my father,' says Mary, * He'll surely say 4 No.* 4 Then how will I get you, my jewel, Sweet Mary P' says I. * With your father and mother so oruel, " Most surely I'll die.' * Oh, never say die, dear,' says Mary ;. * A way now to save you I see ; ?Since my parents are both so contrary, * You'd better ask me.' - SAMUEL LOVBH.

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POETRY. TWO VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

TWO VIEWS. I ' What a weary world ! ' sighei a hen forlorn, ' - All in ruffled plumes complaining ; * Not a happy nour have I known since morn, For it's raining, raining, raining I i * If I venture out with my downy brood, \. I In the mud they'll soon be slipping ; Why the rain should fall, I don't see at all, With its dripping, dripping, dripping!' * What a splendid world !' laughed a lively duok. *Mother hen, what in the matter? Come, my golden bills, for we .are in luok ; How we'll Bpatter, spatter, spatter 1' Then she led them down to the river-side, And they pluuged in without winking. 4 Fanny world 1' quacked she, ' if alike were . ; we _ In our thinkinc. thinkinc thinkinc !v -G EOE GB ÜOOPEB.

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

A HINT TO LOVEBS.-Tell not your secrete* in a corn-field ; it has thousands of ears. AFTBB PUBLICATION.-Harris : Did you make anything out of your poems P-De" Vere : No.-Harria : Neither could I. PREVENTATIVE. -' Jones said every time he breathed a man died.' 'Great heavens!' Why don't he use doves ?' Bobbie--' That fellow must be engaged to sister at last.' Willie-* Why P' 4 He has suddenly stopped {jiving me money.' liittle Elmer-* Fa, what does 'requiesoat in pace' mean P* Professor Broadhead-. Please stay dead* is near enough.' Farm Labourer (to village carpenter) : L want you to make a coffin for my wife. She died on Monday morning.-Carpenter : That doesn't give me muoh time, seeing it's Wed^ nesday evening. "Why didn't you let me' know before P-Labourer : Well, we've been/ BO busy threshin' the oom that I couldn't get over here before. Box: Who's that fat bounder.-Cox: A», particular friend of mine, sir.-Box : Thar's a beastly thing to say about the' poor devil behind his back...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

PRESBYTERIAN" CHURCH, LIVER- POOL. A TEA-MEETING and sacred concert, to cele brate tho anniversary of the above was held on Wednesday evening last The tea-meeting was held in the schoolroon and attended by about 150 persons, includ- ing the inmates of the Children's Home, whe were generously supplied with tickets, the expense of which was defrayed by Miss McLean (the matron), Mr. Lavender and Mr. Kam moll. The. Rev. D. W. Macfie, the minister, who has of late been seriously indisposed, was also present and was warmly -congratulated by the members of the church on his restoration to health. The tables which were tastefully decorated and heavily laden with necessities incidental to .such occasions provided by Mr. Free- man, were presided over respectively by Mrs. Lavender, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Dummer, Misses Linklater (2), Miss Rowe, Miss Sadleir and Miss McLean, who were most assiduous in catering for the wants .and comfort of their guests, and the gathering was of a truly happy charact...

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NOT KNOWING WHAT ELSE TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

NOT KNOWING WHAT ELSE TO DO. To save ourselves trouble and suffering by learn- ; in g from the .experience of others-that is the > wisdom of history. Otherwise every generation, ?and every rann and woman therein, would have to begin back where their ancestors did. Every soul of us bas to learn the alphabet for himself*; but after that he can rend and benefit by what others have written. Is that idea plain as peas in a split pod.? Yes. Well, then, let us see whether it has anything to say to the facts set forth in the following letter; " After my confinement," writes a woman, " in August of lust year (1893), I could not get up my .strength. My food did not seem to be of any use to tue. In some way I was ill, but 1 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 und mouth. No matter how little food I took-eveu a morsel-it gave me great pain at the chest and sides ; and s...

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

Tfcje YPs^lnVof Life. Tell nie ¿ot in mournful numbers Advertising does not pay ; For the man's non compon mentí» Who would saan absurd things say. Life ls real! Life is earnest t# And the man who hopea to rige To Bucoess in any calling Mast expect to advertise. In tho world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real lifo, Advertising is the aeoret Of achievement in the ptrifo. Lives, of richtm en. all remitid us Wje ¿an make our own sublime, ?Ana by liberal' ad vertiaing '? To the highest summit climb. - '':THE : If. i . ?> :. u . !." .;.' Liverpool Herald 'With which is incorporated the !" Liverpool ..-1 Times',', and. Liverpool'Mercury), ¡ Published Every Saturday Morning; : IB one of th» BEST ADVERTISING MaDIUMá out of Sydney, as t has a Large and.... Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the wb ole of the District, including Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta, Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of Liverpool...

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A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. WANTED fit once, in overy locality, an in- telligent person to act 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 Company, 3, Red Lion Court, London, EC. tuuMsatmrnaaumtmui

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A TERRIBLE WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

A TERRIBLE WRECK Thc inhabitiints of Fiji Islands the other day discovered that there was a terri bio wreck on their shores. Yet we discover wrecks in our midst every day. We refer to the wrecked, wretched lives thnt could be mode bright and happy if the great remedy Bile Beans, was only used at the right time. How is it, denr reader ? Do you feel miserable, disagreeable, want to agree and disagree with everyone ; everything appears lo annoy you, you are not satisfied with yourself, and you consider friends a bore. If you are in this state you have a liver that is in a state of ill-henlth. Those gloomy headaches, depression, and forebodings of evil aro the direet result. Bile Benns are what you need ; tho}' have a reputation in America that has caused their sale to exceed . probably that of any other pharmaceutical preparation sold there. Tho best illustration of the manner in which they are meeting favor in this country is the fact that the Sydney agents cannot get their supplies o...

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

THE R^^HOTEL, Í.IV-EBPOOL. j ' OTTE MEETING PLACE.' fflcEwan's English Ale on draught. GEOR&E YATES, Proprietor. rp HA N K S, Mn. J. BEALE, of Scott-street, desires to THANK Mr. L. Murphy for tho prompt assistance ho rendered in extinguishing the fire which took phioe nt his residence on Wednes- day ln3t ; nlno, Mr. Cloke mid others who were promptly in- nt tond nu co, although their services were uot required. IMPOUNDED on tho 2nd April, 1808 :-»\e/ Blnck gelding, pulled tail, white in f o ro- llond, white spots on back under saddle, branded 0*10 near shoulder, Binnll lump on hack behind saddle, ropa on nock, saddle marked, shod, ngod, about 3 5¿- hands high. W. H. PEARCE, Pound-keeper.

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LADY DOCTORS IN PUBLIC POSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

LADY DOCTORS IN PUBLIC POSI- TIONS. Though there Kooma to be still a grbat {prejudice against lady dootors by many ocal bodies, some considerable conquests have buen made in that direction. The third medical officer, for instance, of tba Essex County Lunatîo asylum is a woman ; and as the rules of the asylum, which con tains a laruo number of women, did not JP^pormlt of tho appointment of a lady doctor, they were altered to that end. The assistant mcdioal officer of the Bruno 'bridge (Lincolnshire) asylum is also a lady, .while the committee of the Clay bury asylnm »seem to be so favourably impressed with tho abilities of lady dooiory that they 'refu-»vall ethers.' Three years ago thoir than lady doctor, Miss Benson, secured a position at a Government hospital in Madras, to which a salary of £800 a year is attached, with liberty to engage in private practice as well, and the committee immediately appointed another lady M.D., Miss Sinclair, a fully qualified surgeon, who had had Beve...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. FIXE weather has prevailed during the past week and tho nights have been quite wintry. TYPHOID is on the increase locally. Several fresh cases are reported. Tx response to a requisition, the Mayor has convened a public meeting, to be hold in the Council Chamber on Wednesday evening next, to consider the ad visibility of inviting some prominent politician to visit the town and explain thp provisions of tho Federal Constitution Bill of 1898. Tins local Foresters will hold their annual demonstration at Moorbank on Monday next, 4ind the affair promises to be a great success. N timorous entries have been received for the various events on tho sports programme, and a fund of other amusement for young and old will bo provided. Host Yates, of the Royal Hotel, will preside over tho publican's booth and cater in his usual first-class style. Tn the evening a graud concert, to be followed by a quadrille party, will take place in the Town Hall and a large attendance is ex- pec...

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A FAMOUS OPERA SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

'.' . A FAMOUS OPERA SINGER: j John Braham, the composer of the 'Death' .of Nelson/ waB born m London of Jowish parents in 1774. Losing both parents at an early age, he is said to have sold pencils in the streets for a living, and while so engaged .attracted the notice of Leoni by his remark- able voice. Tho eiDorer adopted the boy, and gavo him lessons in inuaio and singing. He made such progress that at thirteen be . appeared at Covent Garden, and was an rnonnoed in the bill as 'Master Braham, bring his first appearance on any stage.' A'- tho opening of the Royalty theatre in Well . close-square Braham was included in the -programme, and continued there till his voice broke in 1789. About this time Leoni 'became bankrupt, and Braham was thrown -on his own resources, and for a time gave lessons on the piano. On his voice regaining its power he went to Bath, where Abraham . Goldsohmidt placed him under the tuition of Rauzzini, the director of the Bath concerts, in which oity Braham ...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MoHNING. j _.! SATURDAY, APRIL 9,. 1898. AT the concert given in aid of the Liverpool Ladies' Benevolent Society the other evening, the president (Mr. C. A. Scrivener),expressed himself in logical terms respecting the con- duct of the management in the disbursement of the funds placed at their disposal, and, inasmuch as we have attended meetings of the Society and noted the careful considera- tion which followed every appeal for assistance, we heartily endorse his remarks, Tt is impossible to over-estimate the philan- thropic work so devotedly, zealously and withal unostentatiously carried on by the ladies who constitute the Society, and al- though there may appear to be reasonable cause at times to question whether the dis- bursement of the Society's funds in individual cases is warrantable, it is not for those who do not make it their duty to acquaint them- : selves with the circumstances attending such i cases to question the bono-fides of those who do. T...

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SCIENCE. ECZEMA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

SESIfflSölL ECZEMA. . i. ' The oommon everyday affections to whioh we are prone, though nut in themselves in- teresting, really interest us more than do the rare diseases from.whioh.it is the misfortune of a few to suffer. We therefore offer no exouse for taking as the subject that common but all-important disease of the skin known as eozema. It is an affection to whioh every one of us is liable. It spares neither old nor young, strong nor feeble, and while not i being what we ara given to regard aa a serious and fatal disease, it ia, perhaps, the moat difficult of any affection to cure ef- I factually. n. Eozema is merely an inflammation of tho skin, and may be either acute or chronio. The inflammation ia invariably due to a flooding of tho afflicted part of the akin, arising either from some obstruction to the circulation ia that particular part of tho shin, or to so uno stagnation may be brought on by any irritant to the akin. Thus eozema may follow heat or cold applied to any pa...

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SKETCHER. HUMAN LEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

-« HUMAN LEATHER. It may be known to some of our readers, who have ohanoed to visit the Eastern Colonies, that a strange tradition ye* darkly subsists amongst the peasantry in that locality, dating, it would appear, from times anterior to the invasion of the Normans. It relates to the cruel and summary vengeance there supposed to have been inflicted upon Danish invaders of a Baorilegious turn of mind. These unfortunates, when oaptured, were flayed alive, and their skins attached to the church doora-a ghastly memorial of ecclesiastical vsngeanoo, and a warning to all who might approach with like unhallowed intention. At a meeting of tho Microscopical Sooiety, in 1848, a most curious paper was read by Mr. Quekett concerning some ex- periments in connection with this subject, lt appears that this gentleman had been asked by Sir Benjamin Brodie whether it were possible to determine if skin whicu had for many years been exposed to the air were human or not. Tho reply waa in the affir- ma...

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HIS GREAT TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

HIS GREAT TROUBLE. "Why, ray dear, what ia the matter? What cnn you mean ? You look so de pressed. It cannot be-and yet-ob, re- lieve this killing suspense ! Alexander, have you failed ?" said bia wife, with clasped hands. "No, my donr, my credit is yo' unim pnired, and business is looking up.'' You don't mean to say, dear, that your old pain in the head bas come back ?" " You haven't hnd to pay any billa for your brother Joseph ?" "No." " Have you-now tell rae, Alexander Bidlaok-have you another attack of rheu- matism ?" " No" "Now I know-I expected it-I knew it all the time-I felt, sure it would he so. Mr. Debonair has asked for Seraphiua ? ' " No, nothing of the kind." " Then tell me, without waiting another minute, what has happened. I can beat it. Let me know the worst 1" " Wall, that button I told you about has got tired of hanging by ono thread, and 1 « o it ia." . SEN» your Photo and ls to PROFRSSOR DARE, Physiognomist, care Liverpool Herald Hie delineations of chu meter ore...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eve: A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XIV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

Original Novel, THE Daughters of Eye; ale of the Saori Bar Bj EDWIN DOIDGE. Author of « Father and Soa,' * The Mystery of Mervellieu,' etc. CHAPTER XIY.-(OowmroHD.) When Florrie was lifted from the horse she was made aware that children wen - clustering around her, and she felt lee; afraid. Bat some of the bolder ones,tugged at her dress and laughed, while others mad« attempts to play blind man's bnfl* with her. She stood motionless there for a lit th while, listening tu the excited narratives ol her captors, and she knew they were detail- ing their exploits at Nolan's farm. PerbapB the silent tears coursing down hei pale white oheeka, tonohed the hearts of thc Maori women about her, fo? one took hei gently by the hand and led her away from ,the noisy crowd. She knew that the person who did this was one of her own sex by the smoothness of her hand, and the gentleness of her action. As she passed along she heard the crack ling of fireB, and notiood the pmell ol roast- ing meat, and s...

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A GIRL SAVED FROM THE GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

A Gmii SATED FROM; THE GE AYE. ; " I am 19 years oï age," said Miss Petrea Peterson, of Featherston, North Island, Nov? Zealand, to a press representative who inter- viewed her. Ust mouth, ^.and^sinee I,WHS 15 Ï hnve bt^n sufferrug,.mofe or .less. I had aeute palpitation of tho heart, which was brought,ohnùt by aoioana or bloodlessness, to which Í was long a martyr. Whenever I rao upstairs my heart, would.thump violently 0 gainst my sid-»s, and I would be quite speechless for several moments until I ro covernd my breath. Night after night I tossed, weary and worn-out, on my bed, try- ing vainly to sleep. I had fearful attacks of cramp in my legs, and so great was the agony that frequently it paused me to soream out in very desperation.. I was always in a weak, low state, and never felt fit for my work. My legs would at times swell up to a considerable extent, and this naturally oc- casioned myself and my mother great sus pense. Thus, as I grow older I grew worse and worse, being sub...

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SHORT STORY A KING OF CONNEMARA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

A KING OF CONNEMARA. * But, papa, ia it possible P' ' If it weren't possible, Calia, I shouldn't tell vou about it.' . You haven't told me yet.* Celia Thorogood «lided across tho room, . ' «nd sa.uk on a low ottoman at her father's «ide. The Kiri was au. aristocrat to the finger tips, old Thorogood a parvenu to the ends cf his square shoes and equally equare digits. Tho polid respectability of Ryanston Square rather appalled him. He preferred ' ÜB dingy office (Thorogood, Smallkins, and Ob., Publishers) in Fleet Street to tho some- what etartling pplendours over whioh Celia sb ably presided. Only Colia's tant and magnificent oourago made old Thorogood possible in Booier.y ; and even then Booiety rather preferred him iu cornera. Where Celia derived her aristocratic ap- pearance was generally known. Old Thoro- good had married a penniless, but distin- guished, authoress of high lineage. Celia had her mother's beauty, her father's tenacity of .purpose. The girl generally knew what she ...

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A PINT OF CHAMPAGNE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

A PINT OE CHAMPAGNE. ' Saw the last of poor Jack Farquharson, did you, old chap P Tell us about it. He was a good sort, and would keep the camp in a roar with his stories about the Kaffirs he had to do with in his treks np country after big game. . ' Do you remember the night he was leaving Johannesburg in '89 after he had made a bit in the Watersrand Reef ? He was going to the old country to see his people, and. the boys had given him a fare- well at Steel's. Well, thc coach started for Kimberley at four in the morning, so he left us at eleven in a mortal fright lest he shouldn't wake in time for the start, for his nigger was a shocking bud one for getting up . early. He told me after be ordored Jupiter to oall him at thr6e and bring him some ooffeR, and then turned in and dosed off, half afraid to sleep ; after one or two uneasy naps ha at last went oí? sound, and woke in a fright. No noise was to be heard. He struck a matoh. A quarter to four ! By Jove I he would have to be quiet...

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