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PERSONALITIES. JUDGE KILGORE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

JUDGE KILGORE. The late Judge Kilgore, better known as ( Book,' waa a good story teller, and wbilo a member 'of the United States Congress he often related humorous incidents of his oareer. Here is the boat he ever told : During the oivil war bofween the North and Sonth he was ordered home to assist in gathering up some doportars. One evening about dusk he was out in the country in quest of a deserter who had been off the .layout* for a year. Ha was very hungry and very weary. He oalled at a'house by the roadside and there he found a woman just taking from the spit a nicely broiled chicken. The savour of the fowl made him ravenous. Se had «? Mexican dollar in his pocket whioh he oarried for years, and to whioh ho was muob attached, but he was bound to have that chicken, and he pulled ont the dollar and proposed a trade-the coin for the fowl. The lady said the ohioken was for a sick friend and . that she oould not sell it. 1 But' she continued, ' I'll jump you for ii* ' What do you m...

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THE BLACK HOLE OF CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

THE BLACK HOLE OF CALCUTTA. ' One of the ohief horrors that the Egyptian army, under British officers, who are now advancing on Khartoum will discover in j that ill-managed city of fanatics and oat throats, will bo the dreadful Saier. Everybody in the Khalifa-ruled Soudan shudders at the very mention of the Saier, which is situated really in the Omdurman portion of the city opposite to the spot where Gordon lost his life, and within view of the ruins of what was the original Khartoum. After a day in the Saier, any prisoner is prepared to pray for death. The foetid, vcrmm-infested, dank, horror-striking? , pitchy-black mud cell into which the victim is thrown is in itself a little hell on earth, and when the Kali fa sentences an offender to spend a lengthened period in this chamber of horrors, it is tatamount to slow murder. One or two Europeans have had a slight taste of it, and were fortunate in escaping ' with their lives. Our British officers will delight in setting fire to this,...

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HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

SoOTOH SHOBTBEBAD,-Put libs of butter in some warm place overnight where it will - gradually soften without at the same time melting. Take two quarters of flour, and mix it with half a pound of loaf sugar in powder and lemon peel and blanched sweet almonds (in quantities according to taste) . out very fine ; add all these to the butter, and knead the whole until it appears like dough ; then add a tablespoonful or two of yeast; again knead it and roll out into cakes of the proper size and thickness desired. Ornament the edges with oandied lemon »nd comfits, having previously pricked the cakes with a fork. CTXBBIBD OHICKEN.-Take the remains o a cold roast fowl, cut it into neat joints, and put aside until wanted. Fry a finely minced apple and an onion sliced in some butter or lard. When they are lightly browned, press them through a sieve, and put tho pulp into a saucepan with a pint of good gravy. Thicken this with a dessert- spoonful of curry powder, a dessertspoonful of curry paste...

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POLITICAL AND PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

POLITICAL AND PERSONAL. There is another big divorce case on the lists. Mr. Carruthers is the only Minister who missed his holidays at the festive season. Mr. Coghlan, who looms so largely before the public mind, is physically a very little man with unpretentious appearance. The drop of £203,000 on the half year's revenue puts that proposed municipal sub- sidy beyond the reach of possible finance. The Treasurer has quite enough to attend to for the present, without holding out pleasant prospects to confused councils. Mr. Schey is in search of a name for a   new paper he is projecting. "Why not call it "The Pilot ?"——" Schey Pilot" would sound familiarly and ensure a large circula- tion. Dr. Hollis, owing to regretable ill-health, will not contest Goulburn at the next general election. The bright, if defiant, B. R. Wise will, in all probability, run for the seat. The Ministry are certain to send a candidate to oppose him. They succeeded in defeating him, by splitting the...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. The bad state of the water from the water supply is causing considerable alarm among the residents. Water taken from the mains in various parts of the town absolutely stinks, and is unfit for domestic purposes. Sickness is prevalent, and is alleged to be due to that cause. In the council on Tuesday last, Alderman Christiansen brought the question forward, and urged that prompt-steps should, be taken to remedy the evil. The Mayor promised to write at once to the Board of Health on tho subject. The excessive heat during the forenoon of Wednesday last culminated in a thunderstorm which occurred in the afternoon and was followed by slight showers and a considerable reduction in the temperature. Mr. W. Smith, a former resident, who has been in Western Australia for some time past, paid the town a visit on Wednesday last, when he was warmly welcomed by many of his old friends. About 5.30 a.m. on Tuesday last, as the second division of the up mail, Albury to Sydney, was ...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOHNINQ. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1898. TUB threatened partition of China by Russia, Germany and France has caused a mild com- motion throughout Australia and all sorbs of dreadful contingencies are forecasted for liiis continent as a result of the forced awakening of the Empire of the Sun. Hitherto much of the immensity of China, with its teeming millions, has-been a sealed oyster to this country, so far as trade is con- cerned. It is true we have imported ship- loads of tea, cargoes of quaint condiments, tons of preserved ginger, many consignments of fantastic fabrics and assortments of de- vices in bamboo and pottery, but the trade has been inconsiderable, while our exports have been chiefly confined to gold. Now, however, whether there be war or peace in China, one thing is certain and that is that the days of the isolation of China are num- bered, and once the empire comes into touch with the western nations, .its'"outside trade will be tremendous. Hundreds...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

f@J y The Hit IHPSL Season .... fi&^tâ»*-^ is made by ?H 1ÊÊT- j-w Ay er's Sarsa Kft'^^^v^ parilla. At this En VyOC season, when HBL^A?1'^^ warm and de PWwK^, arf^f bilitating days iSglgPf ^^Êgk there is noth IwfflrV l - ^fHfl ing like Aver's ?wvlCw Sarsaparilla to Hy i iiPiput new life fir Ji /AT in*° tue S^US* Br "K| (f gish system. n <M \& It sweeps away \J^F Y% the dullness, ifcjäjLytf lack of appe ^p^f^^A ti te, languid illLr Wlli TCral/ ness» an<* Pain, 'IÑ&lrl lÊÈLfri as a Droom //^«e^ílí^^^ sweeps away MK^mrLl^^m. CODWeDS» mi/f^J^Mt^mfi does not brace W^ßS\uM/M UD* rt Duilds I l//Jf fàvrf/ti/ up* Ifcsbenefit ! v\\$M2rjr^you feel run /r down? Take %n%ja AVER'S ti-iv Sarsaparilla. PKBPARED BY OR. J. C. AYER A CO., Lowell, Mass., II. S. A. Ayer*m Pill*, Mila but Effective* £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOUGAL'S Registered List, containing names of 20,000 families advertised for, to claim property and money since 1700. Price ls Öd, post fr...

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MARRIED IN A LION'S DEN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

MARRIED IN A LION'S DEN» Marriages are proverbially risky things, but few people have ever taken more risks than the erstwhile Miss Charlotte Wiberg, of Boston, and Professor Arthur St. Andressy, of Perth, Amboy, New Jersey, who were recently made man and wife in a lion s den in the Zoo, while the Ber. W. A. Thurston, of the City Point Methodist Church, Boston, who officiated, took upon himself the office of presenting an up-to-date Daniel. To the ceremony most of the society people of Massachusetts, from the Governor down, were invited. A rehearsal took pince of the ceremony, at which the young lady bore the palm for nerve, and stood exactly where she had been placed, except once, when the lions had to be severely whipped in attempting to jump at her. The keepers had to bo in attendance to keep in order the beasts.

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NOVEL. FLOTSAM. BOOK III.—CROSS-CURRENTS. CHAPTER IV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

FLOTSAM. By OWEN HALL. BOOK III.-OROSS-OÜRRENTS. CHAPTER . IV.-(CoNTiNxraD.) I don't know whether I did wisoly in that, but aa for Elfâe I. might juot as well have .'told, her all about it. There never was any use trying to keep anything baok from that girl where she had ever so small a chance of using her own eyes and ears : she was perfeotly auro to find it out. 1 liked Captain Jervis at once. Perhaps I was a little prepared to like him when I thought of his having hunted over the world for the girl he was fond of, and then finding her in tho terrihlo way Char)io has described. I suppose it is true, as Charlie says, that I am a romantio old woman ; but I feel sure I should have liked him at any rate. For one thing, he was a gentleman. 1 don't mean, of couree, a man who knows how to come into a room and cnn uee his knife and iork at table ; anybody can learn that, as they teach the giris to onter a carriage at the fashionable boarding-sobools. I mean a real gentleman,-the sort of m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

^;Th%Paa^^of. Life. ' Tellmernot in-nrnurnful-attinberB Advertising does not pay ; For the man's non compos mentía Who would such absurd things say. Life is ronl ! Life ia earnest 1^ And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Mast expect to advertise. In the world's broad field of battle, Ia the conflict of real life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the strife. LivcSjpf xich:men all,.remind ns We oan^make onr.owin"sublime, And by^liberal advertising To the higheBt:sumroit climb. .::5DHE . j Liverpool Herold With which is incorporated the "Liverpool Times" and " Liverpool Meroury), ; Ptibíisfeéd Every : Saturday : horning, Is one of th» BEST ADVERTISING MKDIUMÎÏ out of Sydney, as t has a % Large and Steadily Increasing: Circulation throughput: the wtfble of the District, j inohiding Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta. Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of. Li.verp.ool. 0 It contains the L A T^êv ' Jfaf...

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BOOK IV.—COME ASHORE. CHAPTER I. AN UNREASONABLE JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

BOOK IV.-7-COME 'ASHORE. OHAPTEB I. - AK UNBE/BONABLB /QUENBY. I was very unhappy when my Alice went away to India, and no wonder. I am not suoh a very old woman yet,-I should hope not, indeed,-and yet I almost cried my eyes out on the way back to Selby. Tho first thing that did me any good, I think, was a visit from that young man Mr. Chasuble to speak about the school. The clergy are all very well in their placo, you know, and of course one didn't wind his talking about tho now school-mistress,-though I do consider hor ra*her a forward young woman ; but when h»> ventured to console me for Alice's going: to India, I confess I thought he rather forgot himself. Just as if a young man like that, knew anything about it. And then to bring in that everlasting Providence. But I think i lot him know my opinion of that kind of thing pretty plainly, that's one comfort. After he went away I felt better, and I gradually got to live in a sort of way without Alioe. , I will admit that her fat...

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SHORT STORY MARY TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

? . MARY TEMPLE. ¡From the deok of the ' Golden City,' iyinj at anchar in Delagoa Bay, the little tówi of Lorenzo Marques looked bright am ?V. cheerful. By order of thu authorities th hou9ts are painted every colour except white for fear the " vivid sunshine reflecting oí whitewashed walls should injure the nyoaigh and the gaudy blues, rods, and other colours softened by tho distance, looked attraotivi in the brilliuut sunshine, lt was only whei ashore that :the eye wearied of the crud* bright colours, which hurt the eye as mud as white would have douo. . On this particular day, when for the firs and las'", timo I Baw Mary Temple, and beare the story of her life's tragedy, Lorrimer an< I were the only two who went ashore af te lunch in tho ship's boat. It waa hot ever for Delagoa Bay, and the other passengon were, I suppose, too lazy. The ship wai engaged in unloading cargo as fast as th« languid authorities would supply the neces- sary lighters. Two of tho four holds wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

THE ROYAL ROAD SAFE AND EASY TEETHING Is the prompt use of Ashton and Parsons' MATßlOARIA INFANTS' POWDERS Thousands of Mothers can testify to this and their words are endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, Doctors, Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the BRITISH and FOEEIQN HOY Ali FAMILIES. They cool the gums, comfort the child, produce a natural calm refreshing sleep, and render teething quite easy. Guaranteed Perfectly Harmless. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS PREVENTED. We never get a restless night. " Hoy land Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Please let me have another large box of 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 ; we never get a restless night with her, and she is outting teeth. Yours truly, (Mu.) A. HEELEY." The doctor failed to relieve. ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOÜGrAL'S Registered List, containing nntnes of 20,000 families advertised for, to claim property »nd money siuco 1700. Price ls Gd, post fi eo 2P. Every man nud women should buy this boole, ns instructions are given how to recover property from Ohuncery.-DOUGAL and Co., (52 Straud, London, Eng. Est. 1844. Á fortune may uwait you. This book can now be obtainod from W. O. Rigby, Adelaide; Gordon and Gotoh, Mel., Brisbaue; G. Robertson & Go., Mob, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. 80 tons more imported leaf than all the other tobacco factories put together wore used by Dixson's for the past six months. Dixson's Yankee Doodle is first everywhere. Dixson's Conqueror, tho workman's tobacco. Dixson's iTRSr-^BL BULL-SBNRV anä-Ä LL sire to return . their : : heartfelt THANKS to all who in. any way expressed their kind sympathy towards them in , their late sad bereavement. *QPVHRNMENT ÀPVERTÏSEMENTS. . Department of PúbHc^nstra'ojbfon, ,' Sydney,.6th .íanu'ary^*18'9...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION.   MAILS are despatched from Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), as follows : Sydney,Parramatta, and Glenfield, 9 30 a.m.   Bringelly, Moorhank, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and , Hoxton Park, 11 a.m.   Sydney, 12.30 p.m.   Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and   T.P.O., at :%.30 p.m.   Sydney; Parramatta, and Granville, at 9.30 p.m.   On every Tnesday and Saturday mails are des- , patched for Holdsworthy and Eckersley a 12 noon. On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to     Travelling P.O., with letters for the Northern and   Western lines, at 9.30. On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 5   p.m.   MAILS are received at the Liverpool Post Office daily (Sundays excepted), as follows: Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. at 8 a m. &amp...

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KISS-IN-THE-RING RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

KISS-IN-THE-RING RELIGION. 3trangest of theBtrange sects aretha 'Trae Believers' of Southern Kansas. The head of the Believers is Joab Morris, a horse trader. One of hi« .eonsriu-law, Bohall, ia . the preacher of the set. Another, named Darling, is the master of an 'unknown tongue,' -with which he impresses.. the oreoulous" Morris and Darling, cannot read or write ; Bohall eau barely read At night the mcetinga are held wbeh tho spirit moves. The men sit at one end of the Lovel, the women at the othor. The grunting of pigs and the lowing of cows come to the ear over tho low partition. The sermon of Joseph Bohall ia made up of familiar phrases caught from frontier preaohers. Suddenly among the liateuing worshippers Janies Darling 1* umps to hi« feet-. Kiyi, how poco pc KI, ri yi' he said, as taken down hy a reporter, and then hu sat down trembling in every limb, and shu min g und patting bis feet upon thu ground. ' Tho Holy Ghost, speaking in tho unknown tongue,' was solemnly whis por...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [WHILE we shall be glad to publish letters, it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] OUR AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AND THE FORTHCOMING SHOW. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

CORRES P O N D E N O E. [While we shall be glad to publish letters, it must be understood that it does not follow we en- dorse the opinions of our correspondents.] OUR AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AND THE FORTHCOMING SHOW. To the Editor. SIR,-Will you kindly allow me sufficient space in your valuable paper to bring-under the notice of the members of this society a few matters requir- ing their serious consideration, and point out the obstacles placed in the way of one who is willing to do what he can to assist in bringing the forth- coming show and the society generally to a suc- cessful-issue-not that they are unknown to them, but which they appear to have entirely over- looked, and have, and is often the case in such matters, been lost sight of. Now although quite a new member of the society, I will take upon my- self to say that I take quite as much (if not more) interest in its welfare as any of the older ones, and it came as a painful surprise to me to find that a large proportion, I m...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

According to Professor Huxley, an oyster is a far more complicated piece of machinery   than the finest Swiss watch. Professor Sanarelli, the discoverer of the   bacillus of yellow fever, now claims to have discovered a curative serum. Great Britain has increased its territory by 2,600,000 square miles, a space twenty-two times as large as the British Isles, in the   course of the last twelve years.   A new bullet has been invented by a Bir- mingham firm, which, on entering the flesh, punches out a clean round hole which does not close up. After the bullet has travelled six inches, it produces a jagged hole about four inches in diameter. Live bees are sometimes shipped on ice so as to keep them dormant during the journey. This is particularly the case with the bumble- bees which have been taken to New Zealand to fertilise the clover blooms. A Frenchman has invented a new drink which he calls ' champagne-milk.' It con- sists of skim...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 15.—THE BAMBOO — CHARACTER OF ITS CANE—How TREATED IN CHINA—INDIAN CANE—DESCRIPTION—USES—BEETS — RED ROOTS—NUTRITIVE QUALITIES — RED AND WHITE BEET COMPARED—USES OF WHITE BEET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 16.-THE BAMBOO - CHARACTER OP ITS CANE-How TREATED IN CHINA -INDIAN . CANE7-DESCRIPTION-USES -BEETS - RED ROOTS-NUTRITIVES QÜAMTIES - RED AND WHITE BEET COMPARED-USES OF. WHITE BEET. Tho Bamboo.-This gigantic member of tho family of reeds and grasses has, when growing, an appearanoe not uuliko an immenee sheaf of wheat standing on end. Some are upwards of Bixty feet in hoight, and tho quantities of single oaues whioh they yield ia prodigious. Tho cane is porous in tho uouiro and partly hollow ; externally it is oomposed of a hard wood into whioh silex a flinty earth ' enters so largely that it will strike Are with steel in the same way aa a piooe of flint. Thia plant ia indigenous to China, and although it grows spontaneously and most profusely in nearly all thc immense districts included in tho southern portion of that empire, the Chinese do not ontirßly roly on this profusion of nature, but cultivate the reed with much care. They have treatises entirely devo...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE [?]CURT. THURSDAY, JAN. 6,1898. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Vallance and Chapman, J'sP.) SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 8 January 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT.   THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1898. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Vallance and Chap- man, J's P.) SMALL DEBTS. J.Stein v. E. Vallance. Claim 2s, damage to   property. Plaintiff stated that on the 1st Sep- tember last he found a number of cattle trespassing on his property at Smithfield. He intended to im- pound them, but two were claimed by defendant who promised to pay the sum of 2s if they were let go. He let them go accordingly, but defendant subsequently refused to pay. Defendant stated that the cattle were his father's property ; he might have said they were his property at the time and promised to pay the amount charged. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed.   S. Mathieson v. C. Fleming. Claim £4 16s 9d. Plaintiff stated that she had received £1 10s since taking proceedings for recovery. Verdict for plain- tiff for the balance, £3 6s 9d. Scrivener and Son v. W. Lander. Claim £6 11s 9d, goods sold and rent of shop. Defenda...

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