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THE BEST PETTICOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

THE BEST PETTICOATS. Aa for the hest petticoats, the problem of how to make the heavy doth skirts now in vogue hang well devolves almost entirely upon the petticoats to be worn underneath them-silk petticoats are by far the best, and these aro most voluminous in size. From the waist to the knees, they are muoh nar- rower than dress skirts, although there should be sufficient width aoross the front. Some- times there are gussets let in on the front breadth, so that the knees will not too soon wear through. At the knee or a little below the flounces and ruffles must begin. The smartest skirts have a wide accordion-pleated flounce on which are sewn ruffles of the silk. An almost prettier, though by no means a newer style nas the wide bias flounce finished with several rows of cording, a hem and a ruffle at the edge of the hem. A steel tape is put through the hem, and also one through the edge of tho skirt, whioh is lined with oambrio and bound with good wearing vel- veteen. Silk is so ...

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WELCOME SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

WELCOME SOCIAL. THE Rev. J. Hopkins (Wesleyan), who was re . oently appointed to take charge or the Liverpool Circuit, was, together with the .members of his family, tendered a.welcome social hythe members and adherents o tithe Wesleyan Church on Monday evening-, 25th ultimo. Tho affair took place in tho Wesleyan Schoolroom and there was n fair attendance, including representatives from various parts of the circuit. Mr. W. Lofts occupied the chair, and, after explaining tho object of the meeting, said that the congregation was neither rich nor numerous but they intended to help, even to putting their hands into their pockets, and lighten the work of the clergyman, and with such a resolution ho felt sure matters would get along well, lie had much pleasure, on bohulf of the congregation, in welcoming Mr. Hopkins and his family to Liverpool, and expressed the hope that during their residence they would have a success- ful time, enjoy the best of health and be instru- mental in bringiug...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

SOCIAL. A COMPLIMENTARY social, arranged by the young people of the district who have on various occasions participated in the enter- tainment and hospitality so generously af- forded by Mr. \V. Rotallack, of " Bernera," Hoxton Park, was tendered that gentleman at bia residence on Wednesday evening last. Tho heavy rain which fell early in the even- ing was responsible for many of the prime movers in the allah' from Liverpool and other parts of tho district not putting in an appear- ance, but those who did were amply repaid for their drive through tho slush and mud for whioh tho roads of tho municipality aro noted during wet weather. The gathering, however, was fairly representativo and num bered about thirty. The arranging of thé I premises for the occasion was entrusted to a number of ladies residing in the vicinity, and that they faithfully carried out their trust was fully evidenced. The twoJarge parlors were converted into one by the removal of the folding doors and the walls pr...

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COMPENSATION FOR DESTRUCTION OF VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

COMPENSATION FOR DESTRUCTION OF ViNEVAUDS. ON Wednesday Inst tho Minister for Agriculture received ,i deputation, introduced by Mr. V. Parken, from the Canley Vale BVuitgrowors' As- sociation, who requested the Minister to introduce a bill during tho coming session of Parliament to provide for higher compensation than that now in force in the case of vineyards destroyed on ac- count of: tho presonco of phylloxera. The de- putation pointed out that £30 per acre was tho highest price fixed hy tho assessment, und that tho Government was only empowered under the present law to give 50 per cent, of that sum, and this was totally inadequate to compensate for tho loss of a vineyard. The deputation also urged that additional inspectors should be appointed to facilitate the work of inspection. The members of the deputation nt the samo time expressed their thanks to the Minister for tho energetic and firm manlier in which ho had administered the Vege- tation Disease« Act. Mr. Sydney Smith, in...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

LOCAL AH33 GEHEEÂL, i _ IN a recent "Breach of Pronii.se" caso the defendant obtained a verdict because he proved that, the girl had always a cold in her " dose," as she expressed it. Thus were two souls with bul; a single pocket handkerchief, two hearts that beat as one, parted for ever, just for want of Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, which is a certain remedy for all colds, coughs, or catarrhs. Tie a knot about this somewhere ! RACES for bridles, whips, spurs, etc. will bo held at the Cross Hoads Hotel this (Saturday) 'Afternoon. THE laws of England in regard to artificial aids to beaut}' are not so strict now as they were in the reign of Charles IT. In tho year 1670, this curious Act of Parliament was passed : "That all women, of whatever age, rank, profession or degree, whether virgins, maids, or widows, that shall, from after the passing of this Act, impose upon and betray into matrimony any of his Majesty's male subjects, by scents, paints, cosmetics, washes, artificial teeth, ...

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HOW TO MAKE A MILLION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

HOW TO MAKE À MILLION. Money is a pretty hard commodity to get ?sometimes, but again it appears to simply flow into the coffers. Some .people say this latter state is a chance one. Others again maintain that wealth owly comes by hard, steadfast work. So be it. Thc first essential to hard work is good health; .Bile Beaus, the great discovery of tho li)th century, make this possible, and also make the possibilities of amassing wealth greater. Bile Beans for Biliousness are an un- doubted specific for Biliousness, Sick and Nervous Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, Piles, Female Weakness, Pale-Face Girls, Ir- regularities, Bad Breath, Pimples, Blotches, Dizziness, all Liver and Kidney Troubles, Dyspepsia, Heart Palpitation, Pain iu Back and »ide. When purchasing soe that you got Bile Beans for Biliousness, and don't be put off with something which your dealer says is " just ai good," the ".just as good" bears him moro profit and that is why he prefers to sell them. He will endeavor t...

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AN INVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

AN INVITATION. An amußing story is told of tho late Prin- cipal Pirie of Aberdeen. Just after **at home' cards beoame fashionable, one of the driest specimens of the old professional regime -was surprised to roceive a missive, ?which read as follows : ' Principal and Mrs. CPirie present their compliments to Prof. T., and hope he is woll. Principal and Mrs. .Pirie will bo 'at home' on Thursday evening ' at eight o'olock.' Thia was something whioh evidently required an answer, but the recipient of it was quite equal to the occasion. Ho wrote : * Prof. T. returns tho compliments of Principal and Mrs. Pirie, and inform8 them that he is very well. »Prof. T. is glad to hoar that Prinoipal and Mrs. Pirie will be at home on Thursday evening at eight o'olook. Prof. T. will also 'be at home.' : I

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NATURALIST. A LUCKY SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

A LUCKY SHOT. An adventure with a lioness is described by Mr. J. C. Blick. He writes from the Geelong Mine:-'I was coming round the hase of a little rocky hill, when 1 heard, as I thought, some pigs grunting upon a little ' bench ' jutting out from this hill. I cocked the old gun, slapped Bess to keep her quiet, and climbed up on to a benoh expecting to seo a big old boar, and all ready to take a enap-shot if he ran. When I got up I saw a lioness and three cubs play- ing. She was boxing ono's ears. Her mouth was open, and the cub appeared to be trying to get into it. I am sure her mouth looked big enough. She was facing me with her head up when I first eaw her; but just as I covered her, she dropped it, and gave me a good square shot ut her head. Being at very close range, I gave her a centre shot with a hollow bullet. She never got on her feet. She uttered one snarl, and after partially rising, rolled over without even kicking. The cubs are beauties, and just the right age.'

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WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

WAR. A French newspaper recalls the story told of Pierre Barlat, a hero of the Franco German War. He was a humble labourer who lived at Sevres, near Paris, with his wife Jeanne and their three children. In- dustrious, frugal, knowing nothing of the way to the wine shop, Pierre saved his spare money, working harder and harder, and at last bought the tiny cottage in which he and his wife lived. lt was a tiny cottage, indeed ; built of stones, however, and tiled roof, standing amidst shrubs, and covered with clematis. lt always attracted the eye of the traveller, on the left, as he crossed the Sevres bridge. Pierre and Jeanne skimped and saved until the little cottage was paid for, and made a feast, when it was all done, to celebrate their ownership. A landed proprietor to be sure, does not mind an occasional expenditure to entertain his friends. All this Pierre and Jeanne had accom- plished just before the war of 1870 with Germany broke out. The conscription fell upon Pierre, who, mor...

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GOOD TEMPLARY IN THE LIVERPOOL ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

GOOD TEMPLARY IN THE LIVER-   POOL ASYLUM. BRO. Jno. George. D.G.C.T., under date May 2nd, writes as follows :-" The Dawn of Hope Lodge became an established fact on the 18th September last. We were launched with a membership of 8, and at the end of the first official term 21 were enlisted under the Templar banner. We have been progressing slowly, but steadily, and now, at the close of another term, we rejoice in having 59 "true bluers."   At first the contest against intemperance here looked rather formidable, but we have some really good enlisting officers who bravely spoke a good word for the temperance cause, with the result above stated. Before the winter is over we will have   upwards of 100 members. I have said it, and I hope to be about to see the three figure return, I cannot find words to express all I feel with reference to the encouragement we receive from all the officials in the Asylum. Of course, our members feel and know they ar...

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CECIL RHODES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

OEOIL RHODES In Rhodesia the most difficult problem is that of native labour. Tho natives won't work as matters arc at present. They can . not be compelled to. They say they don't want the white man's money. They lived without it betöre he came to their country, they can do so now. They are mostly war iiors, and fighting and hunting are all they care for. For thia lack of native labour Mr. Rhodes blames Exeter Hall and the Abor« igines Protection Society, who won't allow him to take the necessary steps to make these able-bodied ruffians work. Even in the wilds of Rhodesia, on Mr. Rhodes* farm, they have plenty of whisky and stout and champagne, but they have to Bleep on the floor for lack of beds. According to Mr. .. Gambier Bolton, the only Hort ol emigrant Mr. Rhodes wante is tho capitalist-capital, capital.-Capital-to develop the minea-to buy the crushing maohinory-the extraction of more gold from the earth. It is not generally known that Mr. Rhodes has a weak heart. Mr. Bolton s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

UNICIPAL DISTRICT OF LIVERPOOL. A OOURT for the hearing of APPEALS against tho Assessment for the current Municipal year will be held at the Liver- pool Police Court on THURSDAY, 19th May, at 10-30 ann. Notices of Appeal in writing must be lodged at this Oilice SEVEN DAYS AT LEAST before the holding of such Court. J. V. 0 AH AL AN, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, _Li^pool^8bh_April, 1898._ MUNICIPALITY OF LIVERPOOL. TENDJERS are invited and will be received up to 8 p.m. on TUESDAY, 10th May, for tho undermentioned work ab Ingle- burn :- ) Clearing and -Scrubbing Benzley-road, Clearing and Stumping King-street, and Clearing and Scrubbing 33ft wido on Ox- ford-road, as per specification, Specification may bo seen on application to the undersigned, J. V. CA II ALAN, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, Liverpool, April 29, 1898.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

3100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. OUGAL'S Rofiristfirod List, containing norries of 20,000 families advertise*! for, to « lniai propmt.y nud moueysinco 1.700. 3?r¡oe la fciil,-post free 2H.. Every umn and women should buy thin '.bonk, as instructions are given IHKV 'to >r.ot!(ivor property from Chanoery.-DOUGAL .and C<>., 62 Strand, London, Eng. Eat. 1844. A fortune may await you. This book can now be obtained from W. <Q. Ri^hy, Adelaide ; Gordon and G -tob, Mol., Brisbane; G. Robertson & Co., Mol., ¡Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane. BONANZA CIGARS.-A revolution in cigar's. Dixson And Sons manufacture from the /choicest Havana tobacco, with a necessary portion of American, at a price never before attempted. 4 for 6d ! ! Sample hundreds sent carriage paid for 10s.* Mit J. H. Marsden, solicitor, lias com- menced practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, :Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and juaVy be consulted every evening between the hours of 6'30 and 8 o'clock ab the ...

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CHAPTER XXII. AFTER THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

CHAPTER XXII. AFTKB ram BA/PTIJS. It waa a sorrowful dav, that following the capture of thc Kawaukawau Pah. Of the attacking party and thoao in the Pah, 2ft were killed and many wounded ; and 28 graven mark tho places whoro tho Pakehus -, and tho Maori warriors lio sido by side in peace, who had fought to tho bittor end one day, and wept in common side by side the following doy as thoy intorred the remains of their dead. But it is with tho living, and not with the dead, that wo have to do. Amongst the wounded lying in the whar&j, whloh were turned Into temporary hospitals, the first to speak of most he Charley "Ward, By request of Long George, Ward was con- veyed into the prinoipal wbarér-that oo oapied by the ohief and his daughter. With unfeigned grief Hinemoa wrung her hands and wept when she say the apparently dead form of Ward brought from the Pah. 'Peace, girl, he is not dead,' said the dootor, and as the latter bent over him Hinemoa waa very near, and helped to bathe ...

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MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF LIVER- POOL. NOTICE is hereby given to tho Owner or Owners of the undermentioned Properties that the same have boen Assessed by the Council of this Municipality for the purposes set forth in Section 141 of the Municipali- ties' Actor 1807, and that a General Kate of ls in the £ has been levied on the assessed value by the said Council for the now current Municipal year ; also, that a Lighting Rate of 4d in thc £ has been levied for the purpose of lighting the Municipality with Gas. A COURT for the hearing of APPEALS against such Assessment will be held at the LIVERPOOL POLICE Cou FIT on THURSDAY, 19th May, at 10-30 a.m. All Notices of Appeal must be in writing and lodged with the undersigned SISVEN DAYS AT LEAST before the holding of such Court. SOUTH WARD. Drummond Estate-Lots 50, 51 section 1, £5 ; lots 55 to 57 section 1, ii3 ; lot 50 sec- tion 6, £2. Collingwood Subdivision-Lots 47 to 50, £3 ; lots 57 and 58, ¿£5 ; lots 59 to G8, £20; lots 59, GI, 63, 65, 6...

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SHORT STORY ON THE SHELF. I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

.?¿si.cE? SOTT ? _^ ON THE SHELF, i.. 4 How Hoon ono gets out of the habit of going about ! ' said Dorothy Nevera to her- self, a little dismally. 11 almost think that I should forget how to behave if I went to a .dance now V And she Bijrhed. For life viewed from the dismal elevation of the 'shelf is by f.o means a happy spectacle. And yat it was the truth that Sylvia had said, only last nicrht ; Dorothy certainly was «on the shelf,' though how she had got there .he did not quite know. It neemed as if she had crifted into tho position unconsciously, wichtut even a struggle on the part of her- self. However, it oame to pass, it was certainly 1 a faot that none ever aBked her out now-the friends of the family, indeed, seemed to have forgotten her very existence ; yet, not so very many years ago, she could remember the time whon balls were given in her honour, and no party was arranged until it was as- certained that the beautiful Miss Nevera would be able to be present. But thon, a gr...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

I _:_ I -V i ORIGINAL ARTICLES. No. 32.-SAENTFOIW-HABITAT AND OHAB I AQTKBISTICS OF GROWTH-Aa HHBHAOH I MANNBB OP SOWXNO-WHBN ANNUALLY j AND OTHBBWXSB MOWN - PBODTJOB DUBATJOW-Tn» ENEMIES ov SAINT - FOIN -OliOVBB-GOîCPABISON OF OLOVBBS -SoiTABiiB SOILS-OLTMATK-PBODUO ' MON OF SHKD-OLOVSE AND RïB Gr BASS. Saintfoin is a deep rooting perennial, with branching spreading stems, compound leaves »nd Bhowy red flowers. " It is in* ! digenons to many parts of Europe and found [ exclusively on dry chalky soils, where it is of great duration. It has long been culti- vated in France and in other parts of the con- tinent, and-as an agricultural plant a good deal in England, in the ohalky districts, and its peculiar value is that it may be grown on soils unfit for being constantly under tillage, and which yield little under grass. This is owing to the long and descending roots of the saintfoin, which will penetrate and thrive in the fissures of rocky and ohalky under-strata. Its herbage is 6aid ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

TO SAFE AND EAST TEETHING Is the prompt use of .Ashton and Parsons9 MATRIOAEIA , INFANTS' POWDERS. Thousands of Mothers can testify fco this and their words aro endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, Dootors, Nurses and Dealers from all parts of the World. SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the BRITISH and FOIIEIGN KOYAL FAMILIES. They cool the gums, comfort 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. Hoylnncl Common, near Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton & Parsons, London. Please let mo have auothor large box of Infants' Powders. Could you let mc have them to sell ? I have let several people have some, and 1. t hink we oould sell a good many. I believe they have boon a great benefit to my baby ; wo never get a restless night with her, and she is cutting tooth. Yonrs trul3', (Mu.) A. HEELEY." The doctor failed to relieve. Ivy Bank, ...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XXI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye ; oí the Maori. Mar , By EDWIN DOIDGE, Author of < Father and Son ' ; « The Myflteiy of MerveUieu,' eto. CHAPTER XXI.-(OoiîMHtJBD.) To effect thb ohaoge, and to get within comfortable range of thia point of attaok, Xiong George suggested they wait till the middle of the night, then remove the Krapp gun round to the opposite side, and fix it ready for the morning. The proposal met with Capt. Lumley's approval, and at 12 o'clock, therefore, fifty men went round in the canoes, and took the pieoe over the ground carefully pointed out by long Gaorge. They were quiet about the business, as they desired to gut it into posi« tion without being detected. It was, perhaps, 12 o'olook when the sap- per*, having selected a spot within 120 yards of the Pdh, were placing the gun in position. The work was nearly completed when a ringing peel of musketry rent the air, and two men, who were particularly exposed, reeled over, one mortally wounded, and th...

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THE GOLDEN KLONDIKE. AN ENORMOUS RUSH OF GOLD SEEKER S G ING IN. SOUND ADVICE FROM AN INHABITANT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

THE GOLDEN KLONDIKE.. AN ENORMOUS HUSH OF GOLD SEEKER S G ixG IN. SOUND AimClE FKOM AN INHABITANT. Tn tho rush to tho guidon fieldsoftheKloo diire.'thove are thousands who are ill-fiitte.c to stand Ihe strain of hardship and exposure which are inseparable from that trip. Ul ueP8,! disease and death is almost certain t< claim many of the ill-prepared adventurers The following letter from one who ha¡ undergone the hardships of the trip, wil prove interesting to those who intend going into the desolate but gold-laden north : - Skngway, March 1st. 1898. Dear Sirs.-My object in writing thii letter ië fro givë a word of advice lo thos< who.contemplate.going.to tho Yukon Gold fields. For ton years I have followed th< occupation of prospecting, timber-estimating and mining, and the hardships and privation! which ono has to undergo, aro enough tc wreck the strongest constitution. In tnt spring of 1897 I WBB stricken with pleurisy, as the result of exposure. I...

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