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IN A THIRD-CLASS CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

. IN: A TüIÜD-CLASS CARRIAGE. BARLY in February of this year.(1894) I was ttavelling ina third-class carriage in tho neigh- borhood of Glasgow.' At a station two women entered the compartment in which I was seated. One Was a girl, gaudily dressed ; the other a typical working woman. She had no hat or bonnet, and wore a stuff petticoat, with a shawl wrapped round her. She wus the picture of rude, robust health. Tho girl asked ¡how her companion waa, re- marking that she had heard s ho had been far from well. " 'Deed, but 1 was," responded tho elder woman, " I thocht I was ut dei th's door." "Ah say, what like was the matter wi' ye?" " I cud dae na© work ; if I tried to wash tho floor I got siccin a heart beatin', and my stomach fair turned at the sieht o' food. I went to three doctors,- one after unither, and they gae me bottles and bottles, but it didna help ana till a fríen' teilt me to try Mother Seigcl's Syrup. Woman, in a week I was better and ßn I had ta'en it a month I was a' ...

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LONDON LETTER. I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

LONDON LETTER. The Glorian costume is the latest Paris model with one of the newest skirts yoked and box-pleated in the oentre. The bodice has a yoke of hyacinth silk with beaded passementerie at the edge. A band ot beaded passementerie is placed below the yoke and goes over the shoulders. Frills and guipure of white chiffon over hyaointh silk. The skirt has a yoke of silk, trimmed in the same way with passementerie. M. Undoubtedly the best dressed woman one mset8 in the sacred vicinity of Bond-at. at this time of the year is the tailor-olad woman ; she is always neat and trim, and has an air of simple elegance that is most fas- cinating and attractive. For ceremonious funotionB, either in the afternoon or evening, gorgeous gowns of embroidered satin and brocade, filmy draperies onriohed with jewels and tinsels, are the rage at the moment, bat the woman of correct raste invariably seleots a tailor-made gown for stroet wear. ia. It is almost universally conceded that English men and ...

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

"1 O VEEN MENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Court faoude, Liverpool, / 2.8th April, 1898. A SPECIAL LIOMSING COURT for the District of Ti\-é>rpcâ)\ willilya held at Court House, LI TE R POJO L^dm THU US- DA Y, 19th May, 1898, 4d-496 W.fH. GOODMAÎST, C.F.S. Che Por Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Influenza, and Incipient Consumption, no remedy approaches Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It luis long been the most popular and successful anodyne expectorant in Pharmacy, and is everywhere approved and recommended by the Faculty. It soothes tho inflamed membrane, breaks up irritating mucus, allays coughing, and induces repose. As a family emergency medicine, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral takes the lead. Tor the relief and cure of croup, whoop- ing-cough, sore throat, and all the pulmonary troubles to which tho young are so liable, it is invaluable. No household is quite secure without ?iMiüiiinrmirmuimmiuna» PRErftUED HY DDr. «T. O. .A.yer eSo Co., LOWELL, MASS., XT. 0. A. Gold Meda!» at tim World's Clite...

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SKETCHER. MILITARY QUALIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

MILITARY QUALIFICATIONS. The War Offloe is still severely oritioised 'for its astounding régulation that no oom miasions in the Army will be granted to ?candidates, ho wovor snooessfully they may have passed their examinations, unless they oan Beale a certain weight. For a oertaln height and a certain, measurement to be in« Bisted upon is reasonable, for an officer a head shorter thin his men has a ridiculous ?appearance, and one with insufficient chest measurement is not qualified to support the 'latiguea of a oampaign ; bat to moasuro the fitness of an officer as one would that of a bullock, by his fat and his flesh, ¡a so ab- solutely absurd that it could eoarooly have ever occurred to any but a War Office offioial. The folly of the regulation is shown by tho fact that, aa stated, some of the can- didates who have passed through Sandhurst with oredit, but fail to reach tho required weight, have been given six months to fatten themselves up, oo QB to turn the scale. Very many of o...

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1808. (Before the P.M. and Mossrs. Chapman and Braine, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

LIVERPOOL POLICE COU UT-. THURSDAY, MAY ß, 1808. ' (Buforo thu P.M. and Mossrs. Chapman and Pinuruî, J«.P.) William Whitney, jinn1., pleaded guilty to n charge ol' using obsceno huijvun^u on tho evening of tho 'lf.li instant and wits lined Os, with an al- ternative of imprisonment till thu rising of tho court. LlOKNSINO COU KT. A* booth liowiiHo was gratitud to G. IJrower. (ínldoii Hueco ! I ot ol, for race-mooting- lo bo hold, ut WuodIambi on tho 14th instuut. á The license of the Warwick Farm Racecourse Hotel vvus transferred from II. Morris to E. Carr, ! also that of tho Collingwood Hotel from tho trustees of the late Mrs. Gillick to Mr. J. Goldie. A ronewnl of license was granted to Mrs. Jacobs, Bunkstown. SMALL DEBTS COURT. Mnnicipnlity of Liverpool v. Charles Dobson. Rates, £5. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. H. G. Madsen v. W. Rowe. Rent, £9 15s. Verdict for plaintiff, with costs. Richard A Heh v. E. Saunders. In this case plaintiff sued defendant to^ recover tho sum of £*...

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IN THE STOKE-HOLD OF AN OCEAN LINER. IT IS AN INFERNO OF INFERNO[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 7 May 1898

IN THE STOKE-HÖLD OF AN OCEAN LINER. xv xa AN airFHBXo 0» nmauroas. * Phew ! What a temperature !' was the involuntary gasp of the newspaper map, as the obliging engineer of one of our great ocean liners ushered him into that inferno of infernóos, the stoko-hold of a liner steaming at full speed. ' Do you often get it is hot as this? we added, involuntarily noting that, even os we paused for a moment to watch tho unwonted soeno, a sonso of mois- ture eeemod to burst forth on our faoo &nd down our back, with every promiso of speedily developing into an impromptu Turkish bath if wo but ptoppod long enough. 'H'm-it's only 110',' repliod ho glancing at tho thermometer hanging just above us. . Quite a bagatelle, my dear sir, on a liner at this time of year. A fortnight ago, before ?ho weather oooled so suddenly, it waa up to 130 degrees, and even that was not so high as I have seen it in tho R«d Soa, where you often got a temperature below hatches of from HO to 150 degrees.' THU ...

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

10U3MKB72B. -+ OHOOOLATB BIOM.-Mako a rioe pudding with one pint of milk, and bake it in the ordinary way. When half cooked, stir in one ounoe of grated chocolate, which has been heated in the oven, and a few drops of vanilla essence. Beat the white of an egg into a stiff froth. File it on the top of the pudding when oookod, and just place lt in the oven to brown slightly, and serve. BASPBHBBY PUDDING.-Butter a pint basin and then line it with slices of thin bread and butter. Spread a layer of raspberry jam over the bottom, and then bread-and-butter, and so on, until the basin is full. Then beat up with an egg half a pint of new milk. Pour it over the pudding, tie down with a cloth, and steam for half-an-h'mr. Serve with sweet or wine Banoo. BICH PANCAKES.-Break three eggs in a basin, add a little salt, and beat them well ; add four and a half ounces of flour, and mix together with milk until tho whole is of the consistency of cream. Heat the frying pan, and for each panoake put in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

The Psalm_of Life. Tell me not in mournful numbera Advertising does not pay ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would each absurd things say. Life is real ! Lifo is earnest !_ And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Must expect to advertise. In tte world's broad field of battle, In the conflict of real life, Advertising is the secret Of achievement in the ptrife. Lives of rich men all remind us We can make our own sublime, And by liberal advertising To the highest summit climb. THE » Liverpool JETerald With which is incorporated the «'Liverpool Times" and .. Liverpool Mercury), Published Every Saturday Morning, Is one of th» BeST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation throughout the whole of the District. including Canley Vale, St. John's Park, Cabramatta, Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of Liverpool. It contains the LATEST NEWS right up to the time of publicatio...

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WINTER AILMENTS. ANÆMIA (BLOODLESSNESS) DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS A POSITIVE CURE A CASE IN POINT. A VICTORIAN LADY'S RECOVERY. (From The Tarangower Times). [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

Cpsit-;,.,..,.-.. : ....-«-.'i ..« > '. ..-" ?.. -. --WINTIüR AILMENTS. ANiBMIA (BLOODLESSNläSS) »R. VTCLLIAMS' PINK PILLS A POSITIVE CUBE Jl OASE IN POINT. A VICTORIAN- LADY'S RECOVERY. < *' (From The Tarangower Times). The most devastating and beauty-dpstroy iog^ complaiut which females haye to contend with in Australia is undoubtedly aneomie. Bloodlessness'is a general and terrible weak- ness which, bit by bit, draws its victim into the grave. Climates and mode of living seem responsible "for its appearance in these southern latitudes. Until of late years no adequate cure had been found for it; now. however, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are known throughout the world as ! the one great speoific whioh invariably hnfhVs this most distressing ailnaent. Mrs. Bowe, of North Maldou, Victoria, thus graphidlly relates the reoovery of her daughter, Miss Muy. *« Up to two years ago," says this lady, ! " my daughter had been strong and in good - health, but she tup...

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WILL YOU BE WISE? OR FOOLHARDY? SUCH SYMPTOMS AS HEADACHE. BACKACHE, SLEEPINESS, INDIGESTION, &c., INDICATE A DISORDERED LIVER CLEMENTS TONIC IS A PROMPT AND POSITIVE CURE. CLEMENTS TONIC DOES NOT TREAT SYMPTOMS, IT REMOVES THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

WILL YOU BE WISE ? OR FOOLHARDY? SUCH SYMPTOMS AS - HEADACHE. BACKACHE, SLEEPINESS, . . INDIGESTION, &c, INDICATE A DISORDERED LIVER" CLEMENTS TONIC ISA PJROMPT AND POSITIVE CURE. CLEMENTS TONIC DOES NOT TREAT SYMPTOMS, IT REMOVES THE OAUSE. FOR PROOF BEAD THIS: - Mr. D. 0. Mcintyre, Muil Contractor, Kempsey, N.S.W., writes on June 8th 1896 :-It givoa me groat pleasure to state that after suffering from indigestion for nine years I hare boen oared by Clements Tonic I only took six bottles, when I found I could eat and digest my food ; before taking Olom ents Tonic, everything I ate made mo Tee' miserable. I did not know what to do with myself. I wanted to lie down nil the tioae, hut now I go about my work quite lively. In fact, I am quite a different man, and in conclusion I wish to stute that I eau with eli confidence recommend Clements Touio as & most wondorfol cure for indigestion, and I hopo that the th<>u?auda who suffer from it will give Clement« ...

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THE BOTTOM PRINCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

THE BOTTOM PRINCIPLE.' Nothing " merely happens so." Alwaj's keep that fact where you can see it. Whatsoever comes to pass has an adequate cause right behind it. I don't say this as though it were a new dis coveiy. Not a bit. It is the bottom principle of all knowledge. But we are apt to forget it that's the point : we forget it, aud so have a lot of trouble there's no need to have. Here is Miss Esther May, whom we are glad to hear from, and to know. In the matters set forth in her short letter she speaks, not for herself only, but for two-thirds of the women in England. " In July, 1890," she says, " I had an attack of influenza, which left mo in a weak, exhausted condition. I felt languid and tired. Everything was a trouble to me. The good appetite that is natural to me was gone ; and when I did take a little food it gave me a dreadful pain in the chest. There was also a strange sensation in my stomach. I felt as if I had eaten too much when perhaps I had scarcely eaten anj'thing. ...

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FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

FEDERATION. Messrs. F. Clarke and J. B. Kelly, M'sP. delivered addresses on Federation and explained tho provisions of the Commonwealth Bill from the balcony"of Cloke's Family Hotel, Liverpool, on Saturday evening last, under the auspices of the loonl brunch of tho Federal Association. The Mayor occupied the chair and there was a fair attendance. Mr. Clarke,in the course of a lengthy address, during which he explained the provisions of the Commonwealth Bill, said that the oppositionists to the Bill had no grounds for stating that the smaller states would combine against New South Wales and Victoria (neither was thore anything to prove that the two lutter would unite), but even if such a state of things was brought about they would be outvoted. An attempt had been made to scare the people of this colony by assert- ing that Federation would cost New South Wales a large sum of money and as a consequence a further burden would be placed upon the electors. Such reasoning was opposed to c...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XXII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eve; ale of the Kaori Sar 6; EDWIN DOIDGE, Author of ( Father and Son ' ; ' The Mystery. of Mervellieu,' eto. CHAPTER XXII.-(CONTTNUHD.) The men breakfasted, and consulted an to ^whiob direction they would take, and de cided to follow the windin» of the stream, whioh they thought was the most likely course the runaways would take. After a hurried breakfast, therefore, they descended on the western sido of the rauge, working their way, somehow,* through tangled supple- jacks, and thiok undergrowth, and reaohed the stream, whioh for the most part tumbled over rooks and boulders, and often formed oaseades. They followed it oarefnlly, to mark any track which might be left by thoqe ' -whom they were in search of. Noon-tide came, and a halt, but still no sign of the women and ohildren could bo found. They then left the Btream and aaoended another mountain range, whioh took them ti'l ? evening. Again they soaled the trees, and patiently watohed. The sun was...

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LIVERPOOL RACES. SATURDAY, 14TH MAY, 1898. OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

I ' LIVERPOOL RACES. SATURDAY, Urn MAY, 1S98. Official Programme. 1. 1*45-Galloway Handicap, 4 furlongs. 5 (5 7 8 9 2. 1 S Simpson's b m Ina - 9 2 I Riiud's b h Euroka, - 8 3 F Cooper's br m Linnett - 8 4 J Hamley's b m Miss Priam - 8 W 15 Goodman's b g Deavolo (late Billy) 7 J H Stanfields b m Mabel A Morris' blk m Flirt A Tleckenberg's ch m Muriel T Randall's blk g Avoca 2.20-Dwarf Handicap, 7 7 7 7 furlongs. st 9 8 8 7 . 7 7 1 J H Marsden's g ra Nancy 2 A W Carter's br g Natrosfelon 3 I Rudd's b g Druid 4 A Thorn's br g Little Tippin 6 L Murphy's (ns) cr m Dot II. 6 S Rex's br m Baby 3. 2-55-Flying Handicap, 4 furlongs. st 1 A J Duncan's b m-Blossom - 9 2 G Pett'a eli m Kitty S II - 9 3 T-0 orman's cb g Masher - 9 4 A Fuller's b m Forest Queen - 8 5 F Cooper's b m Linnett - 8 6 J H Stanfields eli h Young Chester 7 7 l'Rudd's bib m Vespers - 7 4. 3-30-Hack Race, 4 furlongs. I Rudd's blk m Vespers A Hecken berg's ch m Muriel (late Wamipet) T Randall's blk g Avoca Summons and Graham...

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A MONTE CARLO TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

A MONTE ÖARLO TRaGEDY. A Monte Oarlo correspondent writes; The suioide season here may be considered as fully started. Two successful attempts and one abortive one has occurred during the last week. Tho gambling rooms are more crowded than at any time since the visitors commenced arriving in November last, and it is now almost impossible to reaoh the tables : players and lookers-on stand five or six deep round thom, and hundreds of im- patient people promenade the saloons, awaUing anxiously aa opportunity to try their luck. A fashionably dresBed French- woman last Saturday night was sitting at one of the rouletto tables, flushed and ner- vous, bav»ng several thousand franc-notes before her and a few napoleons. To a player beside her she remarked, 41 have had ter- rible luck, for I have lost 5,000 francs. I must get it back.' Advised to save what was left, and doposit ab the bank, «he de- clined, her mind being set on recovering her losses. The napoleons disappeared, and the notes we...

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CHAPTER XXIII. FINDING FLORRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

CHAPTER XXIII. Finding Flobbib. When the moon rose in the Almost mid- night hour, the men were again on the journey. Intermittent glimpses of the orb of night were all they saw glinting through the thick foliage of the trees. They traversed for some little time over ground where there was no sign of a path, and where the density of the bush made progress very slow. It is well there are no reptiles in the New Zealand forest, or many a poor fellow would lie down and die, in the impenetrable thioketo, when stung. 'It was about four o'dook when they oame to that culminating point in the range where they believed they should come upon the refugees, if they had judged rightly. Don showed himself the most anxious, and he and another advanced round the spur to reoonnoitre, while the rest remainod in ambush. In a few minutes, with the break of dawn, they carne upon a spot where a fire had certainly burned the day befvre, but there was no sign of human life about. All was still as a ohnroh-ya...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

-« ORIGINAL ARTICLES. ÏÏQ. 33.- BUCKWHEAT - DESOBIPTION OF LEAVES AND STALKS- OTHES ÖHAB AOTEBISTIOS-SOHi AND PbODTJOE-FoD- ' DBB-EXCELLENT FOOD FOB CATTLE - PLOUGHED IN FOB MaNÜBE-TaBTABIAN Buckwheat-As food fob Bibds-Fob Hobses and Pias-Peotxliab Effect on THE IiATTEB-USE OF BUCKWHEAT IN Distillation-In Bee ad- Fob Bees. I Buckwheat-or beech wheat from its seed resembling the mast of beeoh-is an annual plant, with blanohed herbaceous stems, having leaves whioh at first are roundish but j afterwards become arrow-shaped, resembling somewhat those of ivy, but being longer pointed and much softer. The stalk is round and hollow, its general colour is green but it sometimes has a reddish tinge. It oom ' monly grows to the height of about thirty inches. At almost every joint of the stalk lateral branohes shoot ont whioh are ter ' minatedby purplish flowers, aud these are succeeded by small triangular-shaped seeds whioh are of a brownish black colour on the outside and white within. This ...

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The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1898. FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

?\)î ïiutrpoal üimtíii, . PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. CÜRDAY, MAY 14, 1898. FEDERATION. « I The supreme question of the Bill, or not the! Bill, approaches a decision, and it is safe to| say that there is scarcely an elector of intelli-V gence, or who.passes as such, who has not| made up his mind, temporarily at any ratej on the subject. Fuller reports and further! rhetoric may, of course, sway those who arel not too solid one way or the other. The| overwhelming mass of the electors will, how-¿ ever, stand by their first interpretation off the Bill and vote "Yes" or "No" accord-! ingly when June 3rd comes round. No1 doubt the press has had considerable" in-| fluence in directing public opinion on~'tlie| Bill, but there has been such a newspapetl conflict that the value of that influence isjS fairly balanced between the friends andr enemies of the /proposed Federal Con-| stitutioh. Meanwhile the rival parties arel equally sanguine of success. The Federalists! are gratified at th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

THE BOYAL HOTEL, LIVERPOOL. 'OUR MEETING PLACE.1 McEwan's English Ale on draught. GEORGE YATES, Proprietor.

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PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

fw&mAUSim. Sarah Bernhardt is a keen angler and a fair shot. There aro but three paera now who enjoy the diminution of having sat as "members oí Parliament einoe the parsing of the great Reform Bill. They aro the Duke of Nor- thumberland, Lord Mansfield, and Lord Moxberough. The Queen rarely feuds any telegrams to any member of tho Royal Family, or to her intimate friend*, otherwise than lu oypher, a system of figure oyphera having boen care- fully arranged for her and thoir use. Mr. A. S. Swinburne, as befits tho poot of the sea, is a powerful swimmer. He delights in sea-bathing, even in winter, awl favours the IbIo of Wight and th i ob iutiol Islands, where he oan enjoy it to the full. Madame Marie Rozo, the famous singer, has had experience as a hospital nurse. Ac the outbreak of the Eranoo-German War, sbo left the operatio stage to take up am hulanoe work, at which she rendered valu* able assistance. The number of female physioians in New York is something over eight sco...

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