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LIVERPOOL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

LIVERPOOL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. A concert, promoted by the management of the above society to raise funds to meet tho increasing demands upon that admirable institution, as well as overcome a little difficulty experienced through a delny in the receipt of the Government subsidy, was hold nt tho Town Hall on Monday evening last. Owing to the absence of the Mayor through illness, Mr. Lake presided, and the hall was com- fortably lilied with a thoroughly appreciative audi- ence-if we except a few at the rear, whose in- cessant chatter at times considerably marred tho effect of many of the renditions. The programme opened with an instrumental duet by Misa Brooke (piano) and Master Brooke (violin), which was brilliantly executed. Mrs. F. Hnrtge followed with a solo, " Otico again," which she sang in first class style, nnd Mr. Henry recited "The Road to Heaven" admirably. Mr. T. Murray.Bang "Sen- tenced to Death" very nicely, and in response to encore repeated the last verse. The Hi...

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

mem Impurities of the Blood» Until these purifying Pill» have had a fhir_ trial, let np ono fcc longer oppressed whit the notion that Iiis malady is in curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse th? torpid liver, relieve the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, and confer ou every function healthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system, - without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder ai the liver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on (he stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to every organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, mspis.-ated bile, and sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility;, languor, and nervousness, generated by exeas-; of any kind, whether mental or physical, the effects of tkese P...

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A CRATE FOR SHIPPING POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

Á ORATE FOR SHIPPING POULTRY. "Whether one desires to ship pure-bred poultry for breeaing purposes, or live* poultry to market, a orate will serve most advantageously. Select an empty grocery box of the desired size, using one that is made of thin boards-three-eighths of an< inch preferably. Saw it through from side* to side in three or more plaoes. Spread the sections apart and nail inch-square pieces in the corners, and the crate is complete. It will be well, however, to taok a piece of. cotton cloth or burlap about the sides, to - keep out drafts. In suoh a orate fowls will go at singlo ( xpress rates and the orate will, be very light.

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

uarie-street, Liverpc ALL GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES ! £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED, DOUGALLS Registered List, containing' HM mes of 20,000 families advertised tfor. to i'laim pr<».porty arid money aiuce 1700. Price ¡ls ti<1, post free 2a. Every mao and women -should- buy this book, as instr-uot|on-s are given how to trecover property from Oh a nee ry.-DOUGAL ¡and Ou., 132 Strand, London, Bog. löst. 1844. A fortune-may await you. This boole can now he obtained from W. C Rigbyy Adelaide; Gordon and G <toh, Mel., Brisbane ; G. Robertson & Go., Mol., ¡Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. BONANZA CIGAHS.-A revolution in cigars. Dixson and Sons manufacture from the choicest JTavana tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before Attempted. 4 for 6d ! J Sample hundreds sent carriage paid for 10s.* MR J. H. Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice afc 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may be consulted every evenin...

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

THE ROYAL ROAD TO . SAFE AND EASY TEETHING ; Ia the prompt use of -Ashton and Parsons* MATRÍOABÍÁ . INIAITS'V'POWDËM::: Thousands of Mothers can testify to this and their words aro endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, Doctors, Nurses and Dealers from all !p'arts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of tho BRITISH and FOJÍEIQN EOYAIJ FAMILIES* They cool the 'gums, oomfort tho child, : produce a natural calm refreshing sleep, and render teething quite easy. ? Guaranteed Perfectly Harmless. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. We never get a restless night. *' Hoylttnd Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Please let me have, another larg« box pf Infants' Powders. Could 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 ; wo never get a restless night with her, and she is cutting teeth. Yours truly, (Mu.) A. HEELEY." The doctor ...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

FAIM ABB' *AWBB\l -A, ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 28.-WATEBOBESS (continued) - THE Í1TOUSTBY OF OBESS-GEOWING IN PÂBIS . r-THE NEGLECT OF THE INDUSTRY IN , AUSTBALIA-POSSIBLE GAINS - WHOLE - SOME PBOPEBTIES OF THE OuT/EIVATED PliANT-LETTUCE-FBOBABIIB DEBIVA TION-DESCRIPTION-QUALITIES OF THE JUICE-JUICE OF THE WILD LETTUCE USED IN PHABMAOBUTIO PBEPABATIONS --VARIETIES-OOS AND CABBAGE-How GBOWN. It is said that some years since the esti- mated annual valao of watercress sent to the Paris markets exoeeded thirty-seven thou- sand pounds. It Boems very remarkable that in these oolonies such an inexpensive method of produoin ga- superior ' artiole ' should (. be negleoted. True, watercress, such as it is, is obtainable, but it is altogether different and bears no comparison to the superior artiole cultivated as above. I have seen watercress being grown in Chinamen's gardens in beds in the-same manner as carrots or onions ; grown under these cir- cumstances it bears a very poor resemblance, and...

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LADIES' COLUMN. COST OF A SIMPLE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

,-« GOßT OF A SIMPLE WEDDING. The cost of weddings varies with the cost ol the trousseaux-say, from £10 to £100, or Véry much more. In the case of a girl ? 'having £100 to spend, ehe will probably have to do no more than provide the actual clothes. It may cover her presents to the bridegroom, her remembrances to her sisters and old servants, her stationery, her haber- dashery, her hojjse-linen, her trunks, furs, tennis-racket, skates and even perohanoo her bicycle. Suppose a young bride with £100 arranges that her clotheB are to cost about £60. If the bridesmaids are her sisters, she puts aside a five-pound noto for their dresses and hats, doo. She may like to get house linen, though she is not bound to do so, and will want £#0 for that. This, reckoning for two bridesmaids, will leave £10. This muBt suffice for her presents, and allow for a little money to' carry away with her. If bhe wishes for a larger margin thau tais she will i probably spend less on her olothea. Should she have...

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FAREWELL, TO THE REV. J. ROBSON AND FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

FAREWELL, TO THE REV. J. ROBSON AND FAMILY. ON Wednesday evening, the 28th ultimo, a representative gathering of members of the Wesleyan body from all parbn of tho circuit, as well as local representatives of other denominations, attended tho Wesleyan Church Lo bill farewell to tho Rev. J. Robson and his estimable wifo and family on the eve of their departure for Berry. Mr. Robson has presided over the circuit for the past three years, during whioh time he lias endeared himself, by his warm-hearted- ness and kind demeanour, not only to th oso under his immediate care, but to ali who have had the pleasure of his acquaintance. In church matters he was a vigorous and energetic worker, and through the co operation of Mrs. "Robson his efforts in that direction have been crowned with success: while the Misses Robson have rendered mater- ial assistance both in Church and Sabbath school matters. As a temperance worker he was ardent and devoted, and the inaugura- tion of the local Total Abst...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 7TH, 1898. (Before Mr, Murphy, P.M., and Mr. Mayne, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 9 April 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 7TH, 1898. (Before Mr, Murphy, P.M., and Mr. Mayne, J.r.) Patrick Campbell pleaded guilty to a charge of baring no visible lawful means of support and no fixed place of abode. Constable Furlong stated that he found defendant prowling about certain back yards on Wednesday evening last. He questioned defendant as to his intentions and be replied that be liad neither money nor friends and was looking for a place . of shelter, also that he had been previously camped in the scrub adjacent tD the town. Defendant, was ordered to bc imprisoned ia Parramatta gaol for one month with hard labor. SMALL, DEBTS COU HT. The1. Water and Sewerage Hoard proceeded against a number of the ratepayers of the Smithfield and Fairfield Municipality to recover arrears of water rates and obtained verdicts in the majority of the eases. The Bankstown Council and Liverpool Council proceeded against ii number of defaulting rate- payers. Tlie former obtained verdicts in near...

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MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

MUNICIPAL. CABRAMATTA AND CANLEY VALE. At the" last meeting of -the above council, the Maj*or (Alderman Asimos) presiding1, a letter was received from the Inverell Council relative to the proposed Bill to regulate the width of tyres, and requesting the assistance and co-operation of the council with a view to having the measure passed into law. The council decided to co-operate as requested. The Cecil Park Progress Association wrote asking the council to co-operate in an en- deavor to obtain a grant for Mulgoa-road, from Webster's to Bonnyrigg. The council decided to co-operate in the movement, provided, the grant was applied for fonthe whole of the road from the main Southern-road to Cowpasture-road. In reply to a letter from Messrs. Fullogar arid Wilson, it was decided to allow them to place an additional fifty yards of gravel on Mount Misery-road at the same rate as that charged in their original contract. The Finance Committee's report, recommending payment of accounts amounting...

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KLONDYKE ADVENTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

, -? ,.L -1 KLONDYKE ADVENTURERS. Now that the Klondyke goldfields have fairly been opened for the season there will, no doubt, bc more or less of a rush from all parts of tho world. Thousands of people will be willing and anxious to undergo the hardships of which a miner's life is made up for the mere chance of becoming rich in a comparatively few weeks. People are for ever taking chances with their lives and health, sometimes without tho slightest reason. Take, for instance, the sufferer from indigestion. After trying a few worthless medicines, he declares that all others are no good, and prepares to 44 grin and bear it." There is no need for this sort of thing. A course of Bile Beans will convince you of this. They are the.greatest known specific for Bili ousness, Indigestion, Constipation, Headaches, Piles, and Liver Complaint on the market to7 day. Bile Beans dato their oxistenco from the discovery by an American medical mnn of a vcgotable substance, which will, when properly c...

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THE SERIOUS ILLNESS OF MR. DAN BARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

THE SERIOUS ILLNESS OF MR. DAN BARRY. There is no man with whom the theatrical and theatre-going public.-nf Australasia are better acquainted than Mr. Dan Barry, the popular actor-manager of the Alexandra Theatre, Melbourne. Recently one of our representatives paid a visit to him at his office,-and he courteously granted a request fur a few minutes1 conversation. *' My life has been a varied ons," said Mr. Barry, "and therejare but few cities and towns in : Australia I have not visited. A theatrical manager has much todo mentally, and as a result I commenced to feel the Btr.iin some two years ago. Frequeotly I fplt, mentally and physically, quite ex- hausted. , 1 was also affected with neuralgia in my,head, which often seriously interfered with my duties. At night my sleep wai resdnss and of no recuperative benefit, and roy illness commenced. to tell on me so seriously that 1 consulted a medical man. He told me that my system had run down, and that I wanted a tonic. Ho gave me some ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

WANTED Cows. .Liverpool, -Three or Four Good Milkiug Apply Our Children's Homes, ÇVO VE RN MENT ADVERTISEMENTS. TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at Campbelltown, and en- dorsed " Tmider for Roadwork," will be re- ceived up to noon of Wednesday, the 20th day of April. 1898, for WORKS on the fol- lowing ROADS : Contraot 43/97-98, Main South Coast Rond, Campbelltown municipality $ Contract 44/97-98 Great Southern Roud ; Contraot 4-5/97-98, Great Sout hern Road. Proton muni- cipality ; Contract 46/97-98, Barkers Lodge to Oakdale; Contract 47/97-98, Bulli, via Coal Cliff, to Blue Gi «? Forest ; Contraot 48/97-98, Liverpool, < ia Holdsworthy, to Eckersley j Contract 4 )/97-98, Barellan to Luddenham ; Contrae i óü/97-9§, Narallan to Elderslie. ^Ld**^ Specifications may bl sejn^ffîï forms of tender obtained at Co u|/^io USP, lOu mp bell- town, for 43, 44, 45, 49 nnd IjÖ; Onnrb House, Camden, for 44, 46, ifi and 60; Court House, Picton, for 46 ami 46 ; 0&lt...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XVI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye ; ale oí the Kaori Bar. Bj EDWIN DOIDGE, t Author of Father and Son ' ; . The Mystery of Mervellieu,' eto. CHAPTER XVI.-(GoNOTNT/BD.) * I have a notion that they oean fellows -who are soldiers and diggers ab the same time.' 'Soldiers and diggers!' repeated Don. * What on earth oan they want diggers for P' * Perhaps to undermine the pah whioh was mentioned in the paper ; and they aro send- ing a Krupp (?un. They exp«ot some tough work.' 'I have it,' oried Don. 'I will make application to aooompany tho men who are to be Bent. I oan say I have had some experience I' Ralph oould not suppress a smile at this remark. * Yes, you have fired a few Bhots at a gum tree ; and. you know what( shoulder arms' means, though you were not supposed to haye mastered the art of sighting your nita«' ' You will come with mo, I suppose P' .Not. to the siege of the Ko wa-Ko wa Pah. Not for me, thank you ; but I have no objeotion to accompanying you to the offloe of,, Col...

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CROSS ROADS SUNDAY SCHOOL PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

CROSS ROADS SUNDAY .SCHOOL PIC-NIC. * _. . . ON- Th ursday-Inst the children attending- the above school (which was successfully established a few mouths ago by Mrs. Pyatt; the present superintend- ent, who was ably assisted ia that direction by Mrs. Pincham and Misses Knox and Miller), together with their parents and f rinds, numbering in all about 100, were treated to a pie-nio lu thc pleasantly situated paddock opposite Mr. E. Sewells, on the Camden-road, kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. W. Retallack; The pic-nicers arrived at tho trysting place during the morning, when various innocent amusements were improvised by.the teachers and ?entered into with much enthusiasm by the youngsters, every-effort being put forward to make thom happy. At noon ail present were regaled with a plentiful supply of the usual pic-nic necessities, after which juvenile races for toys books, etc., . proved the chief attraction. Swinging, rounders nod other amusements were engaged in by the adults,. an...

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CHAPTER XVII. LONG GEORGE'S ADDRESS TO HIS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

CHAPTER XVII LO NO OBOBOB'S ADDBBBB TO HIS PBOPLB. 1 Aro you not a little anxious about tho mau f asked Captain Lumley of Chief Georgo, through Ward. ?Tho writer has seen the great Nirlki Moku in the plaoe desoribod. #[fc i 9 long si noe the writer attempted to write Maori, thorefore he is not sure of tho spelling. . They will ooma back by sundown,' waa Chief George's reply, who ßhowed no anxiety. And when the sun had sunk behind the western rangea, the two messengers appeared and the chief demanded tho answer of Rewai Ngftska to his message. It began in that courteous strain whioh . ia one of the characteristics of the Maori people. ' Rewai Ngaka, chief of the people of Kawaukawau, sends greeting to Long. George, ohief of the people of Maraiti. "Wo have considered your measuge, oh ohief, who have come with the weapons of war to a people who have offered them no wrong ; who have oome with people of the white faceB, red coatB, and great guns. Are we¿ the sous of the great Te Arohai-M...

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A MURDERER AT LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

A MURDERER AT LARGE, Murderers wandering around city and suburbs must have a sad time of it, watched, suspected, hounded, and finally arrested. What a life to lead. Dear reader has it ever occurred to you that you are, hy not using Bile Beans, commiting murder ; not a murder that; eventuates iu a life being taken for a lifo, but a murder of yourself, a murder commonly called suicide? Stop I ThiDk 3 What is the use of slowly killing yourself? Life is sweet. Why not participate in its many pleasantries? Have you headache, indigestion, constipation, lack of physical tone, piles, influenza, rheu- matism, sciatica, scrofula, lame back, dizziness, bozziness in the head, sparks before the eyes, and a host of other maladies ? If you-have, Bile Beans for Biliousness will be found the specific wanting. They; are no new thing, sprung up of a mushroom growth, but they have stood the test of years in all parts of the world, and to-day they stand first-, and un- rivalled as the pharmaceutical spe...

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LIVERPOOL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

LIVERPOOL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOÜIETY. STATEMENT of receipts and expenditure of Con- cert given for tho beneiit of thu above Society on April 4th, 1898 : - RECEIPTS, £ fl d Salo of TicUots ... ... 4 12 3 Cash taken at door ... ... 2 15 0 £7 7 EXPENDITURE. £ H Printing ... ... 18 6 Less Gusli received for adver- tisements on programme ... 14 6 -14 Refreshments ».v 7 lient of Hall .., ô Cash paid in1o Bank ... ¿CG 2 0 Cash paid to Treasurer ... 18 6 6 0 6 £7 7 3

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PERSONALITIES. A LITERARY MONARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

; -? À LITERARY MON AUCH. Oscar H., King of Sweden, possesses no small literary talent, and this was brought to light almost by acofdent some few years ago. The Stockholm Academy offered sub- stantial prizoB for the bost essay on 'Liberty,* and, disdaining to curry favour, the King contributed a paper undej^^i assumed name. This did not prevont hS^Phowever, from carryiug off the seoond prize, and from that day his reputation a: an author has been assured. He has y -^ten and published several volumes of poo c-y, and some works I on political economy, but his best work is, naturally enough, ' The Mission to Sove- reigns.*

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SCOTCHMAN'S DARING JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

j SCOTCHMAN'S DARING JOURNEY. The newe that Mr. John F. Fraser, the ' journalist, who set out eighteen months ago, accompanied by Monars. Lunn and Lowe, to oyole round tho world, has reached Shanghai, will be received with gladness by oyolists all the world over. Theao three wheelmen, who I had never raced in their lives, have accom- plished not only a long but a daring ride the moat daring ride, indeed, that has^ ever been attempted. Mr Frazer was the only one of the trio known by the publio before the tour commenced, and that was not in the oapaoity of oycliat, but as a writer of short stories in tho illustrated magazines. A man by no means in robnst health, and who since leaving London han been laid up with fever and smallpox, he has never shirked the trials, but has led his companions successfully through danger after danger. The throe a* the outset redo right across Europe from j Antwerp, through Belgium, Holland, Ger- many, Austria, Hungary, and Roumania, into Russia. The land...

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