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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
¡tí the... Rain Storm the man got very wet. The wetting gave him a cold. The cold, neglected, developed to a cough. The cough, sent him to a bed of sickness. A dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, taken at the start, would have nipped the cold in the bud and saved the sickness» suffering, and expense. The house- hold remedy for colds, coughs, aud.all lung troubles, ia Ayer's ' PREPARED BY Dr. «X. O. -A-yor* &¡ Co., IiOWELIi, MASS., TJ. S. A. Gold Medals at the World's Chief Expositions. " » Beware of cheap imitations. The name -Ayer'fl Cherry Pectoral-ia promi- nent on the wrapper, and is blown in the glass of each bottle._ SEND your Photo and ls to PROFESSOR DARE, Physiognomist, oare Liverpool Herald His delineations of ohnraoter are bnsed on purely scientific principles. He will inform you by letter «a to traits and tendencies, weakness and strength of ohnraoter, what to arrest and what to cultívate», what partner to soltot for lifo and what occupations you should follow. N.B. ...
CHAPTER XXVI. A TRYING SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
I CHAPTER XXVI. j A TB YIN a BOBNB. '. ' "When Florrie was set-down from the phouldera of the four men, after what ap« I ?proaohed a triomphal entry into the Maori settlement, there was a cheer from the brigade of white warriors, who then realised chat their mission at the Ka wauka wau was ended. Tne Maoris also oheered in imitation of tho British soldiers. Florrie herself thought of but ono man at that moment. ' Where is Mr. Ward P' she asked, and being nhown the whare made hasto to enter it. : Hineoma wan at the door, and the greeting between the two girls, though oordial, lei . something to be desired on tho part o Hinemoa. Morrie pressed her hand affec- tionately, and did not notice that Hinemoa 1 looked a little cool. . She followed the Flo-Swan into the whar so also did Don and Ruwoona. . With a painful start, anda suppressed ory, Florrie advanced to the bedside of the injured- . man. His eyes were bandaged, for as ye the doctor would not allow the patient to attempt to use th...
SOCIAL. "SURPRISE" PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
SOCIAL, "SURPRISE" PARTY. A " SURPRISE" party, including Misses Southwell. (2),'Winkle; Marsden, Wilcoxon, M. Bull, Bell ringer, Messrs. Clyde, Brennan, Hickey, G. Bull, Southwell (2), Jj Miller, Clarke, Nagle, Kelly and Wilcoxon, proceeded to the prettily situated residence of Mr. Christian at Mount Young (better known as Mount Miser}'), on Wednesday evening lust, tho lady promoters being laden with good tilings incidental to the projected festivités. On arrival at their destination they were cordially welcomed by the very much surprised host and hostess and their family, and no time was lost in removing various anieles of furnituro which,, it wus conjectured, might in any way mar thc sue-, cess of the evening's programme, while the ladies unpacked their hampers and so.m had a tastefully laid out and enticing repast in evidence. Dancing, which proved the chief attraction, commenced about 8'30 and was kept up till midnight, when the company udjourned to the refreshment tables, where...
FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
FEDERATION. MrcsSRS. T: Hughes and T. R. Bavin, addressed a meeting at the Town Hall on Monday evening last in favor of tho Convention Bill. Alderman Cole presided and the attendance was " compara- tively small, mainly ovving the short notice of the meeting. The chairman, in introducing the speakers, re- plied at some length to the remarks recently made by Mr. Parkes, M.L.A. concerning and in condem- nation of the Bill. He said that timt gentle- man had stated that he had studied-tho Bill care- fully for a inonth before lie arrived ut a conclusion that he must oppose it. Under such circum- stances one might have thought that the pros and cons of the measure were equalised, therefore he was ut a loss to know how Mr. Parkes could implj- that it was full of, rottenness and corruption. Mr. Parkes also charged the leading advocates of the Bill with working in their , own interests for its adoption, but might not that gentleman be similarly charged inasmuch as fewer members would be requi...
SPRUCING UP THE PATER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
SPKUOING- UP THE PATER. Mr K-comes o? a plain family, unen- cumbered with wealth. He wa8 brought up on a farm, afterwards tampered with trade in a country store, then associated himself with a livery stable, next oultivated a latent gift of oratory for a yean or two as an auctioneer, and later widened his activities as a retail coal-dealer. This about twenty years ago led him on a propitious day into the coal-mining business, where one dollar brought on another, till he finally found himself a millionaire. Bat, despite his wealth, he was not the man to waste money in riotous living. His ways of living have remained plain. But Mr K- has a son with quite dif- ferent ideas on the subjeot of the'uses of wealth. Naturally his father has been a sore trial to the young man. While the youth's olothes have averaged about eighty dollars a suit, and came from the bast tailors, the old gentleman has never yet exoeeded a fixed ~ limit of fifteen dollars in the purohase of a suit, ready made, and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
POSTAL. INFORM ATION. ; JTA.IÏ.S aro despatch ed. from!Liverpool Post Office! 'daily (Sundays excepted)/as follows? : .Sydney, Parramatta! and Glenfield, .9;30. a.m. Bringelly, ilóorbnnk, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and; Hoxton Parkan a.m. ' Sydney, 12-3Q p.m. ; Campbelltown, Oamden, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.Ö':, at Ejv'JÓ'p.m. '.'.Sydney, Parramatta, and.'Grag vi]le,..afc.'9:3Q p.m. On every Tuesday 'and Saturday moils aro des I patched for'Hpldswrirthy'abd'-Eckersley, a 12 noon. : O" every Saturday night a mail .is.despatched to: : 'Travelling P.Ü., with letters'for the Northern and; Western lines, at .9*30'. '"' j On Sundays rmailp are ,despatched to Sydney, j ,. .^Parramatta, Granville, and., Trav.elling .P.O. at 5: .p.m. 3MATI,S are;reoe'iyed at. the . Liverpool Post Office' &lt;daily (Sundays excepted):, as follows-: Sydney, Campbelltown^and Travelling P.O., at 8 ¡ am. ' ' ' 1 .' \ ' Moorbank, ;9*4tí a. m. ¡ ' Sydney, Parramatta,.Granville, Narallan, Cam-; .den, 10 a.m. ...
DIMPLES AND WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
DIMPLES AND WRINKLES. The deepest of dimples to wrinkles have ran Since Mary was twenty and I twenty-one. But, dimpled or wrinkled, my sweetheart's the same, From the sunburst of life to i*s last little flame. The cheeks that were roses are shrunken and pale, But their velvety purity never will fail ; And lips that were flushed with the red blood ' of youth. Are warm with a love as undying as truth. The blue of her eyes is fading to grey, And the gold of her hair is silver to-day ; But the soul is the same that was orbed in the hlue, And silvern is golden when lova lights the view. With Mary at twenty and me twenty-one, Than dimples naught sweeten was under the sun. With Mary at sixty and me sixty-one, Why, dimples were made so that wrinkles might ran. J. RUSKIN.
POETRY. REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
BE VOLT. I said to Work and Weariness one day, ,J My years, I know, are mortgaged deep ' to you; Tour stern command I must indeed obey, For life itself requires mo eo to do ; But Hurry and harsh Worry, your dear kin, My soul revolts from their companionship. Ufo Bweet repose, no tranquil grace may win A place in lives held fast in their rough g»P ; Apart from them my life henceforth shall be.' ; ' Work paused and heaved a sigh relieved and àeep ; j A cloud swept off that veiled his dignity ; j While Weariness not harshly looks at me, j But lightly flies -with deep and quiet sleep, And Leisure's flowers are in the field I j reap. ! -FRANOIS EKIN ALLISON.
A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
A FORTUNE TO BE MADE. WANTED at ouoe, in every loculity, an in- tel liguut person to not ns our Agent. No special knowledge required, and witliout interfering with present occupation. Au excellent opportunity far a oapuble young man or lady.-Addross, Morse Manufactur- ing Company, 3, Ked Lion Court, London, E.G.
THE REMARKABLE CASE OF MR. SAMUEL FISHER. AN ASTOUNDING CURE EFFECTED BY BILE BEANS. READ MR. FISHER'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
THE REMARKABLE CASE OF MR. SAMUEL FISHER. AN ASTOUNDING CURE EFFECTED BY BILE BEANS. READ MR. FISHER'S LETTER. The following letter was received from Mr. Samuel Fisher, one of Newcastle's prominent men, who for years lina been a terrible sufferer from Headaches, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, Pains in Chest and Shoulders, and various other ailments. During twelve months of his illness Mr. Fisher lost 5Glbs in weight, and his friends gave up nil hope of recovery. A really'marvel- lous cure has been effected in his ca?o, however, and he is to-day as well as ever he was in his life. He says he cannot speak too highly of Bile Beans, the remedy that restored him to health. Mr. Fisher's letter rends as follows : - " Oleary-street, Hamilton, Newcastle, " January 8, 1898. *' To the Bile Bean Manufacturing Company, "Sydney. " Gent'emcn,--It n ff o rds me much pleasure to testify ns to tho medicinal value of your Bile Beans, and, with the idea of benefitting ruy fellow-sufferers, I write to tell...
A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
A PUZZLE. The following inaoription from a French . tombstone affords a OIUBO study in relation- ships : HBIUS T.rra Two grandmothers with their two grand- - daughters, rp wo husbands with their two wives, rpwo fathers with their two daughters, rpwo mothers with their two sons, rpwomaiaens with their two muthern, rpwo uistersi with their two brothers, ¿nd yet six in all lie buriod here.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE return muff cricket match, Liverpool v. Smithfield, arranged to take place on Moore Park on Wednesday last, did not eventuate owing to the visitors failing to put in an appearance. THE Liverpool Pirates meet the Enfield St. Thomas' in a football match at Enfield this (Saturdu}') afternoon. SPECIAL services, to celebrate the anniver- sary of the local Wesleyan Church, will be held tomorrow (Sunday). The Rev. E. Fox will preach morning and even- ing. The subject of the rev. gentleman's morning discourse will be " The second com- ing of Christ," that of the evening " Spain and the Reformation." On Tuesday evening next a social will be held in the Wesleyan Schoolroom. THE attendance at the Canley Vale Public School has considerably increased since Mr. Reay's appointment as head-teacher. Quite a number of Liverpool lads are now included among the scholars. WE understand that Mrs. Reay has under- taken the duties of organist and Mr. Reay those of choir-master at St....
The Liverpool Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1898. THE "BETTER BILL" BOGEY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1898. THE "BETTER BILL" BOGEY. IF Mr. Reid somewhat disconcerted «and puzzled the Anti-Billious party by his Town Hail address, he consoled and satisfied them with his supplementary contribution to the discussion at Goulburn. His address was after their own heart and although he promised to vote for the Bill-he is one in 300,000-he left no doubt that his advice to the multitude is " Do as I say, do not do as I will do." Of course it would have been more courageous on the part of the Premier if he had straightforwardly stated that he would vote according to his voice, or rather, may it be said, his convictions. Mr. Reid's position is somewhat similar to a leader in one army calling aloud to the enemy to come on and kill them. Truly an unparalleled position for a prominent "soldier" to occupy. He is evidently hopeful, nay sanguine, that the Bill will be defeated, and cheers the populace with the chilling prophesy that if it be defeat...
LIVERPOOL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
LIVERPOOL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. To thc Editor. SIR,-It was stated on reliable authority at the last meeting of the above named society that a party calling for subscriptions for some Church of England charity based his claim on a statement made by him "That we did not assist members of that church." Plow could anyone carelessjy or wilfully make such a statement? Such statements, if credited, are calculated to seriously damage this society. I, therefore, take this opportunity of giving it an absolute denial. The society is now, and always has been since its inception, strictly undenominational, and there never has been the slightest enquiry as to the re- ligious faith of any applicant. The only questions over considered aro : Is this a proper case for our assistance 1 and what our funds will allow us to grant. The funds of this society are carefully and conscientiously administered after duo enquiry ; no expenses aro incurred ; every penny is fully accounted for. Mis. Bossley, ...
HOXTON PARK PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
HOXTON PARK PUBLIC SCHOOL. MORE than one obstacle haying prevented the formation of a drum and fife band in connec- tion with the above, as anticipated, we have been informed by Mr. Reay, the late teacher, that the funds raised by the Christmas con- cert have been disbursed as follows :-In the erection of two substantial swings for the girls, and in providing a stock of histories, grammars and geographies for the use of the pupils at school ; while in addition to this, the sum of £3 15s (tho balance) has been handed to Mr. Stafford, the present teacher, to augment the school library. All things considered, we fail to see how the money could have been better applied, for both children and parents will share in deriving pleasure and benefit. We feel sure the resi- dents will endorse Mr. Roay's action, for, to our mind, they were amply repaid by the excellent entertainment provided by that gentleman. They are, therefore, distinctly the gainers in every way.
THE GIPSIES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
THE GIPSIES. _ I. Surrey, with, its six hundred open traots, continues to be a favourite oamping ground of the gipsies, who ding to their iadepend ent ways in the most tenacious manner ; and, in faot, this county may be looked upon as the last English stronghold of natural freedom. The pure Romany Bye people aro said to be of Egyptian descent, though many have joined their tanks who have nothing in common with them save their love of vag* rauoy ; und did not one of the polico-oottrts the other day present the amusing speotaole of a Sootsmm who had set up as an 'amateur vagrant' from pure love of the lifo P But it is a ourious thing that in estimating the ethnological elements whioh have «one to the making of the present conglomerate British raoo-Oelt, Roman, Saxon, Dane, Norman, and Jew-none of our historians have ever thought it worth while to make any reference to the gipny element in our national oom positiou. I do not refer to those gipswf who nave oontioued to lead an existence...
TRAVELLER. A GHOST IN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
A GHOST IN BUSINESS. An amusing oase of spiritualistic impost» I turo has lately been tried before the Lands j gericht at Hamburg. The aoonsed, who was an apprentice 19 years old and an adept in ' spiritualism,' had a friend of the name of I Kaiser, who informed him that he was 70 marks to the good in his recipts, and how this money got into the sate he had no means j of divining. The accused at once explained this surplus by his own dealings with the spirit world. It was Onkel Ernst, his de- ceased relation, who had conjured the 70 marks into the safe, and who would shortly . require them back, spirits being apparently lenders rather than givers, but being gene- rous enough to forego the interest. Kaiser, who also played wita spiritualism, accepted the explanation, and his belief was confirmed later on when he received a dooument written professedly by Onkel Ernst. It said : ' Re- pay at once the 70 marks 1 advanced. My faithful medium to receive them.' Kaiser complied-and fonnd a ...
WHERE THE WORLD GETS ITS QUILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
WHERE TBE WORLD GUETS ITS QUILLS. To meet the demand for quills they are - obtained from geeBe, turkeys, orows, and swans. Goose quills aro mostly imported I from Russia in oonsignm» nts pf from seventy to eighty bales, aggregating a total of. 6,000,000 quills. Swan quillB aro tho largest and very dur- able, but the best of all for pens are ob- tained from & particular breed of geese found in the Hudson's Bay territory. Quills from the swan aro the dearest, fetohing as much as £i per 100O, while the best goose quills cost lass than £1. During tho Jast year 400,000 new quill pens were supplied for the Government ser vioe, and 60,000 were re-out. This is ox elusive of the oontraotB for the Indian . Government, whioh sometimes orders a mil- lion at a timo, and has been 'supplied with 2,291,000 in the cooroo of a single year. Quills aro alt«o needed in Immoneo numbers . for toothpick*, whipmatdng, fishing taoklo, camel-hair ibrußhes, &o., and the Admiralty ' employ qnili...
PAY UP. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 21 May 1898
PAY UP. A photographer an a Black Country town. not ten miles from Birmingham has hit on a. novel expedient for collecting his outstand- ing debts. He has exhibited ia his window several photographs, with the following legend written above thom :-' The person who had this photo taken, and has not paid for same, will much oblige by calling.' A portrait of a wedding party is inoluded in this unique collection. The photographer's art offerB him au unusual advantuge in the avoidance ot' had debts, but whether it doe's not place the artist in Borne risk of legal. proceedings for libel is a question interesting: to lawyers.