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HAUNTED. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

HAUNTED. One day* alas, Host my youth, I know not when or how ; I only know I had it once, And cannot find it now. But sometimes in the winter Ufeel it in the air, And when the snowflakes kiss my face It seems to touch me there. Then in the spring the breezes That wander from the South, With warm caresses» laden, Seek youth upon my mouth. And, oh, the summer sunbeams That make the roses blush They stir my blood and linger To bid my wan. o hooka flush. My youth? I lost it long ago, But of this fact I boast It may be dead, bnt/Jiurely, I Am haunted by its ghost. -EDWARD VAN Zun.

Publication Title: Liverpool Herald
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POETRY. NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

POJ£TKY. j NOW. 3f you have a kind word say it, Throbbing hearts soon Bink to rest ; If yon owe a kindness, pay it, Life's sun hurries to the "West. Gan you do a kind deed ?-do it, From despair a BOUI to save ; Bless each day as you pass through it, Marohing onward to tho grave. If some grand thing for to-morrow You are dreaming, do it now ; Prom tho future do not borrow, li'rost soon gathera on tho brow. Speak thy word, perform thy duty, Night is ooming, deep with rest ; Stars will gleam in fadeless beauty, Grasses whisper o'er thy breast. Days for deeds are few, my brother, Then to-day fulfil thy vow ; If you mean to help enotker, Do not dream it-do it now. -MAUDH GHAT.

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NOT KNOWING WHAT ELSE TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

NOT KNOWING WHAT ELSE TO DO. - To save, oural ves trouble à nd suffering by learn- ing from the experiénce-of others-that is the wisdom of history." Otherwise every generation, and every rann and'woman therein, would 'have to begin buck1 where their ancestors did. Every soul of us bas to learn tho lilphabet for himself ; but after that he can read and benefit by what others havo written. Is that idea plain as peas in a split pod? Yes. Well, then, let us see whether it lias anything td say to the facts set forth in the following letter ; u After my confinement," writes a woman, " in AuguBt of last-year (1893), I could not get up my strength. My food did not seem to be 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 tho thick phlegm which gathered in my throat and mouth. No matter haw little food I took-eveu a morsel--it gave me great pain at the chest and sides ; and so...

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FORESTERS' DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

FORESTERS' DEMONSTRATION. TnK annual domonsfcratrion, in connection ?with Court Star of Liverpool, "No. 50/33, A.O.F, was held in Haigh's Paddock, Moor bank, on Easter Monday. The threatening aspect of the weather during tho morning interfered considerably with the success of the gathering in point of numbers, as com- pared with former demonstrations, still as tho day wore on the attendance gradually inoreased and during the afternoon there must have been fully GOO persons present. At 10 a.m. a procession was formed at the lodge-room in the following order :-Bro. P. Fullagar appropriately attired and equipped J as Robin Hood and mounted on a grey charger,1 the :: Liverpool Band, the beautiful lodge banner and the members of the order in full regalia. The procession,7 after parad-: ing the* principal streets of; the town, pro- ceeded to the grounds, . where no time. was lost in providing various amusements for young and old. Foot-racing for toys proved the centre of attraction for th...

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

1100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. OTTQ-AL'S Registered List, containing nu enos of 20,000 fa mi líos advertised ¡for, to claim property and rnouqysiuoe 1700. Price ls'tad, post free 5a. .Every -man and women should buy tins fooo>k, as instructions are given how; to recover property from Chancery.-DOUGAL »nd Co., o^2 Straud, London, Eng. Est. 1844. A fortune may await you. "This boole can now bo obtained from W. !0, Rigby, Adelaide; Gordon and G >toh, Mel.. Brisbane; G. Robertson & Co., Mel., -.¡Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. <.> _ 'Vf ' ' " "BONANZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigars. JLnxson and Sons manufacture from the tolioicest 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, bas com tmenced practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and ¡may be consulted every evening between the hours of 6*30 and 8 o'clock at t...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

SOCIAL. The residence of Mr. McDowell, Hoxton Park, was the scene of festivities on Thurs- day evening, 7th instant, when about sixty guests, f roto various parts of the surrounding: district and the metropolis, assembled ¡at Wie kind invitation of. the host and . hostess to take part in a social gathering. The premises throughout were prettily decorated for the occasion. About 8*30, dancing, which proved the chief feature of the entertainment, com- menced to excellent .music supplied by the Misses McDowell (piano) ; and Mr. P. McDowell (violin), and was kept up "with slight intermissions till mid high t^/^h.én¿ the oompany repaired to the «uppe^)roo^;^|iere''.._ a tastefully laid out repast,; provided by \R4r.\ . and Mrs. Freeman (Liverpool).was in waiting. ' The host, presided, and after an ample dis- cussion "of the good ' things provided, Mr. Reay, in a few well-chosen remarks, proposed Mr. McDowell's health. The toast, which was supported by Mr. Long, was most en-, thusiastical...

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The Psalm of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

. --.Toll;,me not in'raqnruful,nmnbera . Advertising floes not pay'; For the mnn'a non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say, Iiife is real Î Life ia onrnest 1 And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In tte world's brond field of battle-, In tho conflict of real life, Advertising is the seoret Of achievement in the strife. Lives of riob men all remind ÜB , . .We oan.¡niaké;pav.own.5^ _ And by ¡liberal advertising To the.bighest summit climb, _-_ ~

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THE VEGETATION DISEASES' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

THE VEGETATION DISEASES' ACT. THE following is a copy of a letter forwarded by Mr. T. 0. Browne, hon. secretary of the Canley Vale and Cabramatta Fruitgrowers' Association, to the Hon. S. Smith, Minister for Agriculture :-"I am directed by the motu hers of the Cabramatta and Canley Vale Fruitgrowers' Association to inform you that» they view with pleasure your firm adminis- tration of tho Vegetation Diseases' Act, which is meeting with such strong opposition from importers only, and hope that you viii ' lose no time in introducing a bill for the dealing with local pests by ; thorough ".in*. ' spection and compulsoty, treatment * of* diseases, and .the. destruction of deserted orchards. ?? It is : with great* alarm: that the ; ,<? members see the wholesale destruction of their fruits, and now realise that it is only by adopting very stringent measures that this great industry can be restored to them, and which (up to tho passing of the present Act) was destroyed largely' t...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 14TH, 1898. (Before Messrs. C. A. Scrivener and Chapman, J'sP.) STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

THURSDAY, APRIL 14TH, 1898. i <Before Messrs. 0, A. Scrivener and-Chapman. Henrj' Small, appeared on remand charged,with .stealing a horse, the property bf Felix/O'Hare. Constable Furlong, on oath, stated : Qa the ¡night of the 31st ultimo . at 10;30, in . company with Constable Harrison,-I met accused on the 'Cttinpbelltown-rottd about two.miles from Liver- pool ^ he was riding a, brown mare and leading a 'bay colt ; I asked him where lie was going to and .lie replied*'latta taking the bay -colt to a Mr. Johnston who lives at Windsor'.'*;. J asked' him if the brown mare was his and he replied " It's my .own".; I -asked him to come to Liverpool and 'brought him to the sergeant's residence wherej he .repeated what he stated to mei I then Jocked .him up.; when charged with having iia Ivis pos- session horses reasonably supposed to have been ..stolen; he suid The horse I took to be one that wu« lost from Parramatta, since it has been here I find it is not the ono I took it f...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 9th APRIL 1898. (Before Messrs. C. A. Scrivener and Chapman, J'sP.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 9th APRIL 1898. (Before Messrs. C. A. Scrivener and Chapman, J'sP.) ASSAULT. Six lads, named respectively Campbell, Cham- pion, Steers, Neville, Remisier nnd Jones were charged with assaulting William Maloney, on the previous night. Defendants Campbell nnd Champion pleaded .»not guilty, and thc remainder of tho defendants pleaded guilty. Constable Furlong, on oath, stated : About .12*40 a.m. to-day I arrested George Campbell on. a charge of assaulting, with the other defendants similarly charged, William Malono}' ; in answer to the charge ho said he was nt Ashoroft's cut- ting up sausage meat and knew nothing about it, but afterwards admitted that ho was present and said that complaint had attacked them first and that he must be stopped ; I then locked him up ; I also arrested James Champion about 1*30 this morning on a similar chargo, in reply to which he said " I did not assault him, complainant threw a brick at me, which nearly struck me, and aft...

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

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. PHYLLOXBRÂ. has been discovered in Buckingham's vineyard afc Canley; Vale. Had the outbreak been discovered during fche grape season, the enforcement of the mile radius provision of the Vine Diseases' Act would have had. a disastrous effect upon the vignerons in the.locality. MR. W. A. Smith, of Moorbank, has been re-elected G.W.O.T. of the 1.0.G.T, Con- gratulations. AT the last meeting of the Liverpool Council it was decided to limit the imposition of the lighting rate to within one mile of the nearest lamp, also to strike out all arrears of lighting rate after the last instalment of interest on the existing loans had been paid. MB. J. Steel -(Picton) will occupy the pulpit ab the Presbyterian Church to-morrow (Sunday) morning and evening. THE brothers C. and E. Heckenberg (Liverpool) secured first and second prizes, respectively, in the wobd-chopping contest at the Sydney Show. There were fourteen entries, including representatives from the neighboring colonies...

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The Liverpaul Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

^Çjie IL^íxt^rpoúi /Meralá> ; PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1898. NOBODY will objecb to the Socialists forming themselves into a party of their own, except, of course, the Labor party, who have good reasons for fearing that Socialistic zeal and enterprise may cut into their constituency of supporters and thus split a vote variously estimated ab the Federal poll at from 15,000 to 25,000. There has been such .a'shrinkage of Labor votes from the big wave of electoral feeling-following the disastrous maritime strike that the Labor party want every avail- able vote of a Radical or Socialistic color. The Labor party in Parliament has dwiiided from over thirty to under twenty, and the chances are-their numerical strength, with- out :the intrusion of- Socialistic candidates,. will bo under fifteen in the next Parliament. The .. most, severe. -knock the.'Prol^tWmsts party received was the Labor movement; !as a result of the maritime strike ; reverses. Thousands pf ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

The normal temperature of fish is seventy seven degrees. The average person wears nearly fourteen., pounds of clothing. ' It is said that a diet of garlic is a wonder- ful aid to the complexion. Moles are expert swimmers. Their broad:, paws operate as paddles. According to a statistician the area of the herring-nets used in Sootlaud one year was; j no less than 164,000,000 square yards. The postal authorities of Paris are said to - be about to introduce motor.oars, and omnibuses for the use of oarriers in the, delivery of the mails. The ood fisheries of Newfoundland have been followed for nearly 140 years. The average export of cod is about 1,350,000» owt. per annum. The Royal Horse Guards are the only oavalry regiment now in existence .? that formed part of the Parliamentary Army during the Oivil "War. The front end of the great glacier 'of Alaska presents a wall 500ft. thiok, and its breadth varies from 3 to 10 miles, while its length is 150 miles. A.ourious tree grows in Malabar....

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A CRATE FOR MOVING ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

A ORATE FOR MOVING ANIMALS. It is often desirable to move a small animal from ono building to another or from one - Sasture enolosuxe to anqtber. .Loading or riving a calf, sheep or pig is attended with difficulties. They will go in company with others, but decidedly object to going alone. Get a orate on wheels, with handles per- mitting it to bo used as a wheelbarrow. Into this the small animal can be driven, the - door dosed and the crate wheeled away. It will also be found a very useful contrivance in bringing in calves that have been dropped' by their dams in tho pasture.

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

! FARM ABB SABOT -^-, ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 29.-RnuBAitn - SPECIES - THE ROOT WEST INTRODUCED - NATIVB PliAOE APPHABANOB OF THE TBTJH RHUDABD PI«ANT-THE MONK RHUBABB- DBS> OBIPTION- HTBBID ROHBABB - GENERAL r>BSCrBXPTIOM-->E3CAKVXiB OF ENOBMDTJS GBOWTII-MANNER OP CULTIVATION AH COMPABATTVE USEFULNESS-A. GBOUP C VALUABLE PLANTS-LIKENESS AND UI LIKENESS-BEAUTY AND USES. Rhubarb embraces several varieties. Tl stalks have a pleasant aoidity, and whe peeled and cut into pieces, form a good silt stitute for fruit in spring tarts, to furnish supply for which this plant is now largel cultivated. There are several species c rhubarb ; the true root, ' rheum palmatum is well known as a medicinal drug and fe that purpose has long been imported froi the Levant, though the particular plant c which it j was the root was not asoertaine until long after its first introduction: It i a native of some parts of Tartary, where th physical characters of the climate are wei adapted for the perfeo...

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TRAVELLER. MEN'S PALACES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

I MEN'S PALA.OES. The sale cf the late Mc. Barnato's Park Liane mansion to Sir Edward Sassoon for £100,000 is another illustration of the old saw that mon seldom live in palaoes they themselves build. Mt. Barnato paid for the land alone in Park Lane over £50 000, and spent another £60,000 on tho building. The house is of grey Portland stone, designed in a free treatment of Renaissance. The hall is per- haps the most gorgeous feature in the house ; it is decorated in riohly oarved old oak, and has a great white marble staircase. The re- ception room in in Moorish, and theo room in Louis XV. style. In short, a vei y nice plaoe to look at, bat rather TOO OÀBI8H FOB OOMFOBT, good taste, or convenience. Poor. Barney never even saw the com- pletion of the glorie*) ; . for. Colonel North was a little more fortunate. He lived just long enongh to get used to the look of the somewhat ' bizarre' pile he erected at Eltham; and, incidentally, to become involved in some rather costly litigation w...

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TO ARRANGE POSTAGE STAMPS ON PLATES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

TO ARRANGE POSTAGE STAMPS ON PLATES. Having collected some English and foreign stamps, soak them in warm water to remove the paper still adhering, and let them dry well before the fire. 'Poliph the plate well with a clean doth. Gum the back of the stamp very thin, and start with the first one on the very centre of the plate. Then lay others edge to edge with different snapes and sizes to complete the plate. List the plate stand now for for a day to get quite dry. G-et a small piece of very fine glass paper, and1 rub the stamp edges very gently ; be oaroful not to wrinklo tho edges. Now proceed to size the stampp. Give a coat of isinglass, and let tho plate dry for two hours, then proceed with ths pooond coat, and let the wo^k stand for four hours. Now to imitate real china you must run a ;}in. lino round th" plate edge with quick paint. Indian red, Chinese blue, or gilt would look very well. After tho paint or gilt is quite dry and hard, got some white paper varnish, and laj the var...

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DO YOU SUFFER FROM CHILBLAINS? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

DO YOU SUFFER FROM CHILBLAINS? ' Many people Huffer from cold feet and chilblains,' said a medical specialist, * in the .winter weather, simply because the feot do not got the proper amount of exercise which other parts of the body receive. Many persons walk 21 miles every dav, yet fail to properly exercise their feet. The legs are exercised, but the complicated muscles of their pedal extremities are not properly used. The individuals with the ooldest feet aro generally those who walk flat-footed ; those who go with a springy motion, fL-at on tho heel and then on the toe, rarely suffer from this com- plaint. * The faot that our feet are boxed up in stiff leather boots militates against their proper exercise ; and if any function is not properly exorcised, it follows as a matter'of course that the blood, tho souroe of warmth, does not oiroulate so freely in tboae portions of the body. That is why it is that street arahs and others who go with naked feet, and whose every toe and muscl...

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EXCITING SMUGGLING EPISODES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 16 April 1898

EXCITING SMUGGLING EPISODES. In the smoking compartment of a Mon» treal sleeper one night lately were half a dozen men discussing various subjects. As the train ran aoross the frontier line one of the men looked out of the window with the interest of a man seeking familiar scenes. There was just enough light for him to see that the long ditch-marked farms of Canada, with their stone houbes, had been left behind, and that the lesa picturesque farms of the ? States stretched out from the track. Settling himself baok in his seat and in- cluding the other smokers in his audience he said-' This country hasn't ohanged in 25 years, except for the introduction of this railroad. I was born in this neighbourhood, and although it sounds li fee a queer admis- sion, np to the time I wai 22 years old, I spent much of my time in smuggling whisky, brandy, and alcohol aoross the line*, l'or various reasons there isn't muoh of this sort of thing done now. Probably the ohief reason is that it doesn't ...

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