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SHORT STORY AFTERNOON TEA. SCENE I. ASHIONABLE DRAWING ROOM AT A HEALTH RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

^tÊmaumtMtmammÊmmtKauiÊtmmÊm^mmiMMmÊiemmmmmÊÊmÊÊmtêMmmamaSÊarm^ÊÊmmmÊ0immmmÊmÊÊm AFTERNOON TEA. Scene: I. ASH30HAJ3LE DUAWINOEOOM AT A BBAIVTH' BEflOBT. . Mrs. Marohant (leading resident). My dear, I'm afraid I've put myself into a diffi- culty. I've asked that pretty j odd-looking little Mrs. Denys to tea to-night, and now I can't imagine whom I am to introduce her to. !Mis8 Vernon i visitor from London). She is' the new dontor's wife, im't she ? Jttrs. Marohant. Yes, it was silly of nae, bat she "ecmed rather lonely, poor little thing ! Besides,, considering" he's so young, the 'rway her husband has understood my oase is wonderful. Of course I only havo him when I can't get my own dear doctor. Dr. Clifford is suoh a grand man now that I don't like to trouble him about quito small things, and he told mo himself that I couldn't do better than have Dr. Denys. I've quairelled with Dr. Anderson, and I couldn't have Dr. Hardwick because ot his wife« and nothing would induce me to have D...

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

For Asthmatical Goughs and Colds take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 and 2/6. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. o o o Cleanse your blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla-the most thoroughly reliable alterative ever compounded. Por scrofula, boils, ulcers, sores, car- buncles, pimples, blotches, and. all disorders originating in vitiated "blood, .this medicine is a specific. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is equally bene- ficial as a remedy for catarrh, rheu- matism, and rheumatic gout. As a Tonic, it assists the process of digestion, stimulates the sluggish liver, strengthens the nerves, and builds up the body -when debilitated lay excessive fatigue or wasting illness. Physicians every where con- sider Ayer's Sarsaparilla the best. It is a skilfully-prepared combination of the most powerful alteratives and tonics. No other blood-purifier gives equal satisfaction or is so universally in demand. Ayer's Sarsaparilla rniiPAncD hy OR. J. ÎÎ. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,, U. S. A. GOLD MEDALS at the World's Chie...

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

B0ïïSlRBffi9B. Tomatoes, Sauted. - Requirod : Two ounces ' of butter, six tomatoes, salt. Method.-Dip the tomatoes in boiling water for a tew seconda ; they can then bo easily peeled. Cut them in halves, prest? each half gently to remove some of the moisture. Meit the butter, lay the tomatoes in it, sprinkle with salt, oover and oook gently for six minutos * turn the tomatoes and oook them for another six minutes. Berve on a dish. Golden Sottp.-Koquired: Two carrots, two tomatoes, one ounce of semolina, two ounces of butter or dripping, one egg, three pints of stook, lemon juioe. Method. Scrape the oarrots, peel the parsnip, out them into bIícos and fry them with the slioed tomatoes in the butter for twenty j minutes ; pour m the stook, add pepper, Bait, and half a teaspoonful of sugar ; boil until the vogetabloa are fonder, pass them through a sieve, pour the whole into the saucepan with the semolina ; boil for twenty minutes moro. Boat up tho yolk of the egg in tho turoen, pour th...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

JSsassxstasM LOCAL AND GENERAL. - With apologies to Wilson Barrett :. '« Something is out of order with thoo, Marcus ! Is it the heart or a heavy cold ?* IE the former *<?nd for the woman ; if the latter, send for Woods' Great Peppermint Cure ! One of the greatest discoveries of the age-not the woman, bui the cure. It never fails, a woman may. This is a pearl of a fact cast before sensible people. Road, mark, learn and inwardly profit thereby. Sold everywhere. . \ The Liverpool Social Club's regular fort l nightly social was held at the Town Hall on I Wednesday evening last. Despite the ¡j threatening aspect of the weather, there was pa good muster, including a number of visitors |from Cabramatta. Mr. Purnell supplied ex- cellent music and dancing was kept up till | midnight. The affair proved most enjoyable ¡¡throughout. Mr. T. Kelly, as M.C., carried i out his duties in his usual satisfactory I style. I A pigeon match, promoted by Host. Lea, ¡¡of the Cross Roads Hotel, ...

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A FIGHT WITH AXES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

A FIGHT WITH AXE8. A fight with axes, whioh recently oo ourred between two lumbermen in the back- woods of Canada, is described by a news- paper correspondent. He writes : * Perhaps you have never seen a lumber- man handle an axe. I have, and when I read in one of Bider Haggard's amazing yarns his description of a naked Zulu ohief frightening a little'- Frenohman almost into fits by whirling his battle-axe in lightning- like strokes about the Frenchman's head, never grazing his skin, but ohopping one side of his moustache off, I conoluded that Mr. Haggard had either seen lumbermen at {)lay, or else the Zulus are as skilful as the oggers are. In their praotised sinewy grasp a heavy axe seems as light as a fenc- ing foil, and swinging it all day long as they do, they acquire skill and precision that is {amply marvellous. * These two men, as I said, were giants, and they were both athletes of unoommon strength and skill. Farley was the better wrestler, Martin the botter boxer, and in o...

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CHAPTER XXIV. THE RELEASE OF FLORRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

CHAPTER XXIV. THE EBLEASE OS1 FLOBEIE. Hone Konga and his companions guessed the manouvre whioh the "pursuing party were makin» when the dogs, after a little silence, moved round and began barking in the opposite direction. By this time all the camp were on the qui vive of expectation. The advancing party oould hear an animated dispute between's men's voioes, and in a moment there was a dash through the forest into the camp ; a dozen rifles wero lifted to fire, butv, there was no opposition. Hone's companion stood his ground, but threw down his rifle, Hono himself, befoie oatohing actual sight of the invaders, dashed down the gorge, preferring, for reasons of his own, not to encounter the resouing party. Amongst the group of Maori women and ohildren stood Florrie Campbell. Of the reeouing "Maori men she hurriedly scanned the faces, one after another, to see if there would be one she could recognise, ard whilp doing this she had stepped a little in advance of her companions. Catching...

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

. i ? J ?-.; '¡...;':ï: vi ALL GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES! : "!.:. :"?.:. '. '..I ? ;: '.«?: £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOUGAL'S Registered List, containing names of 20,000 families advertised tfor. to claim property and money since 1700. Price ¡Is (iii, post free 2a. , Every man and wotnoa should bay this ' (book, as instructions are given how to «recover ¡property from-Chancery.-DOUG-AL and Co., (62 < Strand, London, Eng. Est. 1844. A fortune may await you. This IjooTc «an «ow be obtained from W. O. Rigby, Adelaide; Gordon and Gotcb, Mel., Biishane; G. Robertson & Co-, Mol., ¡Sydaey, Adelaide, Brisbane. Bonanza Cigars.-A revolution in cigars. ' JDixson and .Sons manufacture from the ^choicest Havana tobacco, with a necessary1 ¡portion of American, at a price never before Attempted. 4 for 6d ! ! Sample hundreds .sent .carnage paid for 10s.* Mu J". BL Marsden, solicitor, has com- menced practice at 89 Elizabeth-street, .'Sydney (opposite the Supreme Court), and may be co...

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EGG-EATING FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

, E(*G-EATIN(* FOWLS. Mr. Edward Brown, of Voltead, suggests that, to prevent egg eating, a blown egg should be filled with a strong mixture of mustard and cayenne pepper, dosing up the ends with gummed paper. Leave this in the nest and if the hen tnes to eat it she will get a dose she does not like, which may be a deterrent. Sometimes the habit is due to the want of shell-forming materials, the supply of which will stop the trouble. If these fail, the only other way ia to mako a nest in whioh the eggs will roll down to a lower compartment us soon as laid. Take a box about 14in square, with sides about 8in high, but no top. In this nest the bottom must be made slightly convex, so that what- ever is put therein will roll to the sides. Around the sides, within the box, and about ' half way up, place a shelf, about 3in broad, so that when an egg is laid it will roll beneath the shelf and out of the hen's reaoh. It is best to fix a dummy ogg in the apex of the bottom and the sides where...

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

Impurities of the Blood. Until these purifying Pill» have had a fair trial, let no one fee longer oppressed with the notion that hi» malady is in- curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions, rouse' th-. Jorpid livc^r, reliare the obstructed kidneys,, cleanse impure, blood,"and confer'on every function heilthful vigour. They work a thorough purification throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and .Sick Headacb° No organ in the human body is «o Hable to disorder as the liver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on th« .stomach warn us that digestion is not proceeding properly, Kolloway's Pills give strength to every organ; sp-iedilyTcmovc all causes of indigestion, :uispLi»ated.bile; and sick headache, and effect a permanent cure. Weakness and Debility. In cases of debility,-languor, "and.nervousness, generated by excess of any kidd, Whether': mental. or physical, the encela of these ...

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

THE ROYAL ROAD TO .SATE AND, EASY TEETHING ^Is the prQcopt' use of Ashton and Parsons* MATRIOAEIA INFANTS' POWDERS. Thousands of Mothers can testify to this and their words are endorsed by Clergymen, Missionaries, Dootors, Nurses < and Dealers from all parts of the World. , SUPPLIED BY ROYAL COMMANDS To members of the British and Foreign Boyal Families. They cool, the gums, comfort the child, produoe a natural calm refreshing sleep, aud render teething quite easy. , Guaranteed Perfectly-Harmless« Sleepless Nights Prevented. We never get a restless night. " Hoy land Common, neai Barnsley, January 2nd, 1890. Messrs. Ashton <fc Parsons, London. Please let me have another largo box of Infants' Powders. Could you let me have them to sell ? I have let several people have some, and I think we could sell a good many. I believe they have been a groat benofit to my baby ; we never geta restless night with her, and she is cutting teeth. Yours truly, (Mu.) A. HEELEY." The ...

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LADIES' COLUMN. ENGLISH LETTER. I. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

:.'; ¡.AMIS' «BU. . -? ENGLISH LETTER, x. Grey is always a becoming lovely colour whioh comes into favour with the spring flowers. In that shade known as French grey it makes the most charming and dainty of gowns for fair women. If, however, the complexion is of a florid nature, preference ought to be given to dove-grey. Girls with blue eyes and neautral tinted oomplexions are seen ,to-greater advantage in a blue shade of grey. ii. A smart model of blue-grey face-oloth of the most shining quality, with trimmings of blue velvet, recently attraoted muoh admira- tion. As it was worn by a girl who had deep blue eyes, fair hair, and a delicate complexion, it went a long way towards proving the golden rule of artists that one ought to wear some tint of whioh a counter- part is to be found in the eyes, skin, and hair. To return to the costuuie, the skirt was made in the latest shape, without an atom of fulness at the waist, yet it fell in graceful folds at the hem. The coat was out away in...

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CANLEY VALE. FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

CANLEY VALE. FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIxVTION. TnE monthly meeting of the above was held in the Association JIall, on Saturday evening last. Mr. J. Zani; president, occupied the chair and there was a good attendance. CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. V. Parkes, M.P., wrote forwarding copies of the Vegetation Diseases' Act, also intimating that the Minister for Agri- culture would receive a deputation from the Association, relative to the phylloxera ques- tion, on May 3rd. The Agricultural Department wrote ac- knowledging receipt of a. letter from the as- sociation in support of the Minister's- action respecting the administration of the Vege- tation Diseases' Act. Mr. T. C. Browne wrote tendering his resignation as secretary, owing to jhis pro- jected departure fiom the district. The resignation was accepted with regret, several membors speaking in eulogistic terms of Mr. Browne's energy in connection with the re- suscitation of the association, the flourishing condition of which, numerically and finan...

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CURIOSITIES OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 14 May 1898

CURIOSITIES OF LONDON. In that portion of London whioh has long been known as the Jewish quarter-now Middlesex Street, sometime known as Petti- coat Lane, and the immediately adjacent streets-there has suoooeded to tho pure Hebrew, whose long gabardine and olose- fit- ting oap made him, years ago, a feature of the City wherever he moved, a race whose attire has no distinctive feature, and whose affinity with the JewiBh quarter is so often of a very negative oharaoter. He íb the muoh talked of 'alien' landing on British shores in ever inoreosiog numbers from Odessa, from Ham- burg and Amsterdam ; bis genesis being for I the most part Polish, Hungarian, or Russian. The pure Sephardim, however humble hin station, who was once to be found in 'this Ghetto,' is pushed out by the foreigner, who has even overflowed into the surrounding Btreets. In the midst of it all, however, his .struggle and fight for existence among his own people is of the fiercest. Anyone doubt- ful of this faot has o...

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

    OBITUARY. On Wednesday morning last, news was re- ceived in town to the effect that the Rev. D. W. Macfie, M.A., who presided over the affairs of the local Presbyterian Church for the past eight years, had breathed his last at Merolabale Station (the residence of Mr. McCallum), near Junee, whither he proceeded about a month ago to recruit his health. The sad intelligence, which was not altogether unexpected, was received with profound re- gret by the members' of the chureh through-       out the district, as well as a large circle of friends of other denominations who had the pleasure of the deceased gentleman's ac- quaintance, and much sympathy was ex- pressed for Mrs. Mafie in her bereavement.     Deceased, who was 76 years of age at the time of his death, had, by his energy and devotedness, materially assisted in the rapid progress the church has made during the past few years, and, not...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

ORIGINAL ARTICLES. -Nc 34.-BOSAOIKB-WHAT THE TEEM IN- CLUDES AND HOW NAME DERIVED - TJSEB AND EBBEOTS -VABIOUS GENEBA AND THE MEDIOINAII PBOPEBTIES DIS COVERED IN THEM-THE ÁPPIJB LEAVES, FLOWEES AND FBÚIT--THE Wna> CEAB-LIFE OB THU APPÉE TBBE ' -TJSBBTONESS OB THE APPEB-GBABT aoro-PEUNZNO-NTOEBKE OB VAUTBTIES PIPPINS. ^ Kosaoco include tho Apple, Pear, Qoinoe, Plum, Peach, Cherry, Strawberry, Rasp- berry, &c. The natural family rosaoece em- braces a considerable number of plants of the herbaceous kind, shrubs and trees. It takes its name from the rose, which may be considered as the type of the fàuûly. lt .. also includes all the most important fruits of the temperate regions. The medioinal pro perties of many plants of this family are not lesB active than their fruits ' are excellent., The principal of these medioines is the' woll known Prussio Acid, which exists in abund ? ance in the loaves and kernels of many genera:" It is the active ingredient in laurel water, whioh...

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NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

j NOW. IF you have a kind word B\y it, Throbbing houris soon sink to rest; If you owe a kindness, pay it, Lifo soou hurries to tho Wost. Oan you do a kind deed ?-do it, From despair a soul to save ; Bless euoh day us you puss .through it, Marching on word to tho grave. If sumo grand thing for to-morrow You are drenming, do it now ; From tho futuro do not borrow, Frost soon gathers ou the brow. Speak thy word, perform thy duty, Night is corning, depp with rest ; Stars will gleam in fadeless beauty, Grasses whisper o'er thy breast. Days for doods are few, my brother, Thon to-day fulfil thy vow ; If you moan to help ano thor,"* Do uot dream it-do it uow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

"IMITATION is the SINCEREST FLATTERY" The Articles moat imitated are CLEMENTS TONIO and FLETCHER'S PILLS. WHY? BECAUSE they have the best reputation and are most in demand by the public, con- sequently, every dishonest trader tries to trade on their fama and renown. It is really wonderful that the Australian people are so slow to soe the truth as regards the unscrupulous quacks and charlatans who prey on the credulitj' of the Australian public. Scarcely a week evor passes but what the press exposes the barefaced and shameful practioos of some of these harpies, yet, in faoe of all they seem to thrive, and the paper who hounds them down most thrives fattest ou their advertisements and cracks champagne over each balnnoo-sheet. Olerhents Tonic and Flotcher's Pills have uever yet stooped to deception and mis- representation. Thoy are nciantific thera poutioal agents, and evidence os to their value can be found in every district, and such being the case it is unnecessary to further extol ...

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Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; A Tale of the Maori War CHAPTER XXIV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

Original Novel. THE Daughters of Eye; of the Kaoti Sar By EDWIN DOIDGE, Author of 4 Father and Son ' ; « The Mystery of Mervelliou/ eto. CHAPTER XXIV.-(GoimmnsD.) ' Ara you afraid now, Florrie P' * 1 . have come through the fire-a more terrible fire than I ever thought to live through-and I am not so afraid of them.^ 1 They did not treat you cruelly I hope P' 1 No, they did not. I would rather fall into the hands of rebel Maoris than bad white men. But to Ruweena-where is she now, and she called her-you and I, Bon, owe a debt of gratitude we can never repay P' Here Florrie desired a halt, saying she would try and walk for a time, and then motioned to Ruweena to place a Maori» mother, who was struggling in the rear with a baba on her back, in tho coach made for her ; but they would not hear of this. Then Florrie took the piooaninny up beside her, whioh so pleased the Maoris that they sang another song in her honor. Then some broke down boughs, while others out creepers of * bush poli...

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LIVERPOOL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

LIVERPOOL RACES. RACES promoted by Host Brewer, of thd Golden Fleece Hotel, were held at Woodlands Racecourse on Saturday af ternoon last. The weather was all that could be desired and the course.was in good order. , There was a fair attendance and the various events, which created considerable interest, were well con tested." Liverpool fell intheHackRaceandbhe rider (Allen) was thrown heavily against the fence and sustained injuries which necessit- ated his removal to known, where he received medical attention. Otherwise, everything passed off satisfactorily, the officials gave no room for complaint and the meeting was fairly successful. Appended are the results :- . Galloway Handicap.-Mr. W. Goodman's Diayolo, 1"; Mr. Rudd's Euroka, 2. Dwarf Handicap.-Mr. Rex's Baby, 1 ; Mr. L. Murphy's Dott II., 2. Flying Handicap.-Mr. A. Fuller's Forest (Jueen, 1 ; Mr. A. J. Duncan's Blossom, 2.. . , Hack Race.-Mr. Rudd's Vespers, 1 ; Mr. A. Heckenberg's Muriel, 2. - Handicap Trot.--Mr. J. Becka...

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CHAPTER XXV. THE RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898

CHAPTER XXV. THU BETUBN. I The rfnoe whore they oampcd waa the «amo sp crt where tho ecnrohers had palled np and rested the first night of the searoh. Don pointed ont to Florrie the trees they had olimhed, and how they had gob upon the ' trail by Boeing the smoke at the camp aoross the mountains. They sat down a little apart from +he rest and pursued their conversation, for they had muoh to say to eaoh other of the many things that had occurred sinoe last they had met. Then they oame to the subj cot of the Biege and fall of the Pah. 4 Tell mo,' said Florrie, 4 about the battle. When did you arrive on the scene?' ' After the opening of the fight on the seoond day. Did you hear the roar of the big gun ?' 4 Yes, indeed, and felt tho effects. At first we were greatly terrified, and the womon and children clung to eaoh other, and we all thought we should be destroyed together. But then they ceased firing upon the wharès, and Buweena and I, who had thought to die together, began moving ab...

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