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ATTACKED BY HYDROPHOBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
ATTACKED BY .HYDROPHOBIA. A man with a wild anu Haggard appear ante eutervd a Paris police station, and exclaimed, '*Arrcst me, I am mad.'' Think liig. that he was joking, the officials, told .. him to go aivay, wlicxpupon Oie liegin to foam at tho mouth; and dcroloping a IMioxwiii of fury; leavogcly bit the flice* . of several, of thecflicors before he was. eventually overpowered. It ivaa found that the unfortunate fellow was -Buffering from L hydrophobia. Tliie bitten officers wcro taken in oil haste to the Pattcur Insti tute. ? ' ?. ? '?'?..:.? ?'?..
JOKELETS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
;;: JoiCELiTS. ;:i Ldzy Cbolc.— One that 'frittfrs' my. 'Do you tell your wife when you have, - done wrong Y* ' No, she telU'.tne !' ? ? Advice to parties who are in doubt . whether to buy or hire a houee ; of two, evila, choofte the leased. ? ?' ?- ? -, ' ? A tliipf, who lately broke open a bto ecr'a warehouse, excused himself on tho A eipn on an'ncndemy out '\Vcftt reads : ' Freeman and Hup?s ; Freeman teoolic* tho boys, nnd Hupgs the girls.' . ? There yvxis n voting man from Vodnijsjiiii* Who foucht ''under Gcntral PioUimre'- 1 plonercfaki, . In a charge at Duriakbrirfltcnovitch, He w»». hit on the kmjiplitnubcnipro And cried? 'a?jhe fell, ' Mirjcbujmohtrii- Iligh ' School Ejerdse.— ' First class ia phyuioIoRy, stand up. Now, thi-n, when is u nxin not ti mnn ?'' ' \\ hen Iic'b & )rolt ih (Iwlting) the dooi-;' '.Biaht. 'When he'ii' a black In' (bbckiog) his jitfd. Ift'own i Anvthinif for me ?' Ilural Postmaster : ' I 'don'roee nothin'.' Mro. Blown : 'I was expectin' n lett...
THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
THE BABY. ''Little Molly's , Cute Letter.— Little Mollj pit down to write a letter lo her father, «ho hod been niwent time months, an.i tils i-i whnt she linallv sent : ' Iteii 'alJHT.-We nre all -well 'and Imppv The h.,bv lini- Rimvn ever ko iimrli und has n uri-iit iloiil; mine uen»i. tluiii In- used to have, lining the jjimc of you. 1 remain, your .laughter, Molly.'
LIFE IN THE HAREM. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
. LIFE IN THE HAREM. ? A Paris inowBpaper quotes a statement . by an American- woman, . assuring ..her - fellow-country women .-'that they; : can . .dream, of no greater bliss 'than to enter'a . rich' and ,we31-brcd Eastern nentloninn'a lwrom.'-'.-Eho;'ihsui tried 'the Tile .herself: (saya th'e ' Daily Telearapli'ii' corrcspon- ;.' dent), and. fs'is'haiipy as tho day is long.. ' -since sue .oeoame. one oi tog wivea ,ui- u . -\.- potoiitato described aa Nasridlaai Khan: .. ;: ?;..? '.In - a ?' liaroitt,'' 'She i continues,.- ;life',,- , ',.'':?:? glidea softly, liken sweet,, peaceful dream. ^.S1', Each wife 'has. her servants. ? Our slaves ? '?:. ?'..'/ obey our least oign of command, and. they. ' ?'? - ?; '} can never leave us. \Ve can punish their ::';v-V; least fault by. cutting off; their headB, or, ',;?-.', at any. rate, having -them flogged.' This ? :.'?-?; soimdfl alluring,' indeed. ? .. ?' ',?-'.' r/ Finally, it appears ? that bad .t«mi«i-, .-.-.;?; scenes, jealoasiea. bicker...
SECRET OF LONG LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
SECRET OF LONG LIFE. Dr. Schoficld, late lecturer and examiner for tho -National Health Society, has, in his book, 'Xcrvcj in Order,' given a table of longevity in relation to occupations. Evidently the Christian ministry is tho mo.it healthful of all occupation.-!. '(Jlergy,' who hcid the Hit, live more than twice, nil Ion^ (is tivc fivcrage members of other irofc.isionf-, Nonconformist mini^tera die a ittle faster. The complete list works out ? I'mw In order, of longevity : — Clergy, (53 per cent), dissenting 'miniijtcrn, formers, agricultural ).,bour,r, grocers, la.vyc-™. ? urapcrs, co.u laluerb, watcnmaKcrri, urluna. shuensikeni, bakers, clerks, t-hemift^, p-oen;irocera. tailors, doctors, butchers, iwintcrs, musicians, cab nnd 'bus men, hwccpj, public.ins, meta3 miners, , hawkers. * a good stock, temperate habits, and small ? ' but assured incomes are said to be factor! in tho long life, of tho clergy. 'Farmera would show up better if they spent less, money in drink.' Grocers ow...
THE DANGER OF THE ALL-DAY TEAPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
THE DANGER OF THE ALL-DAY TKAPOT. These who drink tea .aU any nnd every hour of the d.iy aro doing a fooliah thinfi, And one thtvt cannot fuil in the lon^ run to bedetrimenUd to their health. A stomach constantly deluged with toi inuit sooner or lator rciwl nnd l-evx»nw ineUk--ient as a discstive organ, for it ia .bun^ ov^rHtimu latod, and the twwer of its secreting glands is being tvcakcnnl .Dv uie nerpctu.u irriUlion to which it is subjwtll I. Tea in in no sense a food, ulthoiigh it lms tlio l-i^cr of removing temporarily the win ration of hunger, and fcfw«c n'tui lake it luitiititally wil.h their mc.-vln may chc-.it their systems of their due need of nourish uuni by jirematurplv removing the. ' nnnss' of bungcr -wruch arc Natures indicators of the not-c.-^ity for nourish ment. A i.Tolonged course of undcrfeed mt. brought about almost unconsciously in this way, is rcsponBililc for much of that an.ii-.mia ands|nren=ss of body whioh (Swractfriso Hie chronic ti-a-bibbcr. Many a wonia...
FACTS & FANCIES. SPECTACLES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
1PICTSIFI16SES.I SPECTACLES. ? . It-is impossible to decide if the Chinese, invented glasses before Europeans. But we do know that -the ancient people ol Nineveh were acquainted with their use, for .Sir Harry Layard discovered a convex lens' of rock crystal in the course of hia researches. The Egyptians and Greeks, do not appear to have used spectacles. We nlw.iiiq used to think that Nero was short sighted, and used glasses, but the transla tion usually given of the passage in Pliny upon which the belief was based ia. doubt ful. To the Romuna glasp^s wore probabl) unknown. There is no mention of classes during the first 1200 ycara A.I). It wan at the end of the thirteenth century that spectacles were invented Dy two Itallam, ArmatI and Spina, either together or in dependently. But the 'Encyclopaedia Hritannica1' tells m that the inventor waa '?probably Roger Bacon.' The eamu authority informs us that convex glasses wcro 'followed 'shortly aftcrwarda by con cave.' Cylindrical lensca ...
DIAMONDS IN CHAMPAGNE GLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
DIAilONDS IN CHAMPAGNE 1 ,: , ? 'GLASSES; One of the most startling entertainments ever Kivon in honour. of, n:youtig girl tdolc place at Atlantic City the other day,. when .Mr. and Mrs. Samuel_Weil gnve a dinner iri' cclel)i'n.tion ? of iiho ninctechtli ? onnivcr Kiry of their youngest daughter's birthday. While tlie decora tion.i nnd tho birthdny cake wero nmrvels of beauty, the chief nt traction cons-iste'd of n fine two-camt dia .n/\«,l .'wliifli wna di-oDijcd into e;ich nlass rcscrv-CKl for chainpaciip. Over oaoh gem a tiny rosebud was placed, 'and -upon' this the wine who poured into (file ' glass. . Not mit.il the last -toast trad been' drunk to thoyo'ung lady'fi'health .were tibe diamond-1 lifted from the champagne glnsses, and the guests were asked to retain them in remembrance of ? the happy occasion.
VALUABLE THIMBLES [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
VALUABLE THIJIBLES: There ia hardly any limit to the amount of. money that. may lie expended on-;tlie anost tiriviojl object to please the whim of ' -Wiio -would suppose. 'for instance, that a tiliimble.'could be worth £15,000 ? Yet that is the value of 'tihe gold and gem-studded thimble presented to the. Queen of Siani ?which adorn . it are arranged to form the naiiuo of Uho 'Queen, together with the. date of her -marriage. . t ? . . ??Five- thousand -pounds is- the value of another' jewelled .thimble made in Paris re cently, to the order of an American pluto crat. 'In this case, also, coatly preci0U3 stones were arranged on the thimble in ar tistic designs, the initial of tho recipient— thp: milllonairo'e daughter-^being worked ? A Russian Princess is the owner of an other ? of these wonderful thimbles, pre sented to her by a-.wjiaMiy Indian Prince. The gams set in it were all pearlB of great Not the least cosily of. these jewelled Humbles is the en; poraraseil by the wife of a So...
OF INTEREST TO SMOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906
01'' INTEREST TO SMOKJSUS. If all the tohuero snmked .in '?the British Einoire in ' the .course of a year were it would form a rone an inch In diameter, it would form a roll whicli, following the line of the equator, would go .thirty tune* round the earth. -The same quantity ,,ot tolncco ?'moulded iiito , bricks, would servo to. build, a pyramid equal in s«e to the third largest In ltol-t. Or, taking it another way, if the tobacco were powderci into unull, it would nupply a sufficient qiiantltyto bury a good-HZL-d town ns ci-.in-. plctely asllcrculaneum and Pompcn were
Bombala. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 October 1906
Bombala. (From oor CorrespoSden* ) An effort is to bo mado on the 1st Novombnr, to toausoitato tho local Jookoy Club, a o llr. Jonas hold an nuotlon Bttlo of IToBsra. Ilixoh Bron,' oattlo and horsea at Bondi on Wodncsday, Tlioro tvas a largo attondanco o£ buyorn,and a good uumbor of stock woro nold. o o Mr, Percy Jonao o£ tho ?? Bombala Herald,' and Mion Elnio MoKeaohio foldpot daugntor o£ Mr. Dovid Mt Koaehio of tho. Imperial Hotol, Bom bala), wero married in Sydnoy lnot \.eok. At the Licensing Court on Wednes day, boforq Mosfira Galbroith, l)r Morrillold and A. E, Earlo, tho Licono ing Innpootor'u report wan received, and loooviaia granted to Albert Miller, Commercial Hotel, Bombala, £25 per annum, end F. Lowator, Fedoral Hotol, Craigio, £10. o o Tho Council at its loot mooting (on Monday) rocoivod an offer from Sir Way to oreot oix ncolyleno gas lnmpo free, aud to .givo thrca months trial of tbo same, and at tho end of thin period to noil thorn to tho (Jouncil for £1 oach, if oat...
Stud Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 October 1906
St«d PtTolicc3, 'lite following horoea will bo avnllablo lor stud puipoeoa dmmg tho prouont Season. — , Blood, c v Iletfojd (1) — Terms £3 Oo. V. Cia' itn. Knight Marohnll — lorms £2 2a A. fa. JeffrojB. Goldstream — Torma £2 So, J- N. Uaydom Dramatic— TormB £& 2o, H. Buck laud and Sons CtiDrBDAtU, &.C. Good Timtu— Tormu £2 lOd, J. Bnrtlov, Turalla.— Torino £2 2a. A. A. Cummins. Chieftain — Torino £1 lOo. J. J. Lnwoon. Lloyd — T&tma £2. N, Konuody. Pouira, ilasior. — Terras 32b Od, E. Bruco CaAcni'iii Windeor Prinoo.— Tdrmo UOi, A lli Wools Cobb. Full particulars of tho abovo t/ill bo found in ouradvortioing colutuna. SupAhi us o'0 very ocarco iu tho Taea diotrlut, und ohoantig ia in Cok ucijULnco -ver- baok^uicli SonioaUodo Dturted mth only tiro chonroto.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 October 1906
PILES FOR MANY YEARS. o o Zaiu-Bu'c Successful where Operations Folh The wonderful horhng ond Baothinc Mccti of Ka.m-Buk mAo ir an idea' hinidj lor Pilcu With llio first nj) nlicnlion tho uritation and pain lft i bited, and i cont nuation of tho trcilinint oniiurea a p-ompt mul r^i nnr'ont o iro Manv piut buflfuur/S Ii-ho yrovod thio Ilcie in ono M' H h Smith, a fir* lor, of Queens tonn, Gnnitiro Towers, Q, bajB — '1 \ is trouolcd with piles for m»m Years; in iaot, 1 do not think I essg rerilo whon I say that no man m \ujliclm could havo suSerod morii t'nn mvsolf I havo been under t«-o npoi itions, but tho aconiEing mi---r} i-otuiiicd ignin In tlio Lnd I wan) lunpilj, uidULod to try Zam Iluk Bilin, and cm confidontly i'-eit tlmt it'- application thoioughly cur«.d me, n- I lm\o had no return of tbo Piles ointo ujing /am Buk Sinoo thoa my ton Roy, »ho ia a ^cllicnown ridor m tUo f owora, was throw n f rotn hia IioroO against n post, and received u rovoro go-h in tho lop Zam-Buk was ^p...
Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 October 1906
latest Cablegrams. LONDON,- Wednesday. A disgrsdoful econo won created out feido tho Houso of Commons by thirty vroroop etoffrnfjists whn demanded to Sco tbo Prirao JlnnBtor wbo tofwsod to toeo tboDi. An a protest thoy hold a Incotingy but woro dii-pomcd by tho nolico aftor a violont ntroirglo. Tbo loadorii ccrcoched and fought until ovorpoiTorcd. Evontually ten Woro nrrootod on n. cbargo of lifting threatening and abunivo lan guage On being bound ovur to Iconp tho pcaco, tboy doclinod to find ouro ties, and oloolod to go to gaol for tno months, Whoa iu tho Court tboy fcroatod a -further ocoiio by refusing, to leave tho dock until forced to do oo. Ono nirealod woman, a Mro Martin, \3oelaroa euo belongH to Sydney.
Our Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 October 1906
Our Telegrams* — — — — w (.fitou ocft COnni gi oNDKVra.) I SYDNLY, friday. I Thx- Au3cmbl} lnocirricdilionecond I ieading nf Iho North Conat Railway I 13111 by 42 voUa to 20. I A' bill containing drnotio clttunoa ? ogairiBt gambling hounofl, and incrcaa I ing Ibo Goveriimont tax on totulisntor I ihvOBtlccnto lies) bcun introduced into 1 lltn ^Inw Ifonlnnfi nni-lin-Yinnf.- At 0 Bourko Oouvont Sobool picnic favor teitlj cbllilron \ oio poisoned Tbo caUBO in uot known, only threo ttoeea ara coriouR At Tarnngulln (Vio.) a youth fired b gun at bin mother in miolatto for a burglar, inflicting torriblo ' injuries upon hor. Mra Mnrnfiold linn boon committed Jor trial at Narracaa (Vic.) on a clinrgo of hilling hor two childron. Tlio rncdical OVidonco (.Iiovrcd that tbo nccuood wan of unsound mind. In tho \ictori'ri Aoiombly, tbo ttlauto m tho Gambhuf; fcupprcuoion Hill, making it illognl to publish in lormntion rolotinf (o lottcric, in cluding TattoroaH'a fmeepo, ^7a'^ pasc trt. Mr. licnt ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 October 1906
Coaching. Coaching HAVING started a COACHING BUSI NESS, ia now. prepared to^convcy passengers from nil parts of the: district throughout Motinro and the South Coast. Special opportunity for /Ttoutista aiid Picnio Parties. ;'! '-? ' ' ' ; ilOKSES AM) TEHJCLBS ON HIKE, HoracB Broken Carefully to Harneoa. G& JIODEEATE CHiRGES. '.'' ;'? CITA3; CALitAUGHAN, Agent-',froni whom iuiormation can 'bo/obtainod. ?;'--,--H : ?':,-''? ?'?'''. ?/.??'^l* y} liemon Shaikes^ ; ' Soft Brinis^ Gpnf^ctionerjTi, rpRV:'°A SHAKE,. the 'BESf- DKINK JL ? for a Hot Day. ?? ???? '-? ??'??'.:,.; --te Fruit Delivered to :oll parts of the disfrict; ... ....f.; .'' : V ' ??'? U' '-;Ffniterer:and!eo'iuectWiien ??' ? Boots Repaired.at Greatly Eer,, ?:.'. : . diioed PrioeSk ' ;'; J ©6^ BlCVCLKS VnEvIl&fiD'. . ADDEBSSi— Opposite Witton's.' MaiB'drossar, Tcliacc'on3s4' jr,,., at|d;'|?aQy!/s jflsgBnJtiV^'f;'. ia-i ?EH''01i%'E)Es BESIRES' to. notify tho rcflidenta- i-t : Delegalo Imd ? suironnaing -distri...
OCTOBER—31 Days. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 October 1906
iIlCIOlHlllayL PHASES OF THE MOON.' '. Fall Moon........... .'.2nd at 10.48 p.m. Lnet Quarter..,..., ..11th at 1.30 n.m.; Now Mobb.............l8th at 8.43a.m. ?First Quarter...... .34th at 11.50 p.m. 21 ? J4 ?? ??' ? ????«, ~~Ti; % u^tml 4\ ?*-? ^AZ o -° . o' §? g'l'-' , i ???- . r . U -ii U V I'.JI. . A.M.' 1 Monday ':' 5' 33 fl 'C7 ~4' C2 'l 43, 2 Tuoaday 5 32 B 68 5 40 -0-18. ?3 Wodn'sd'y C 30 &-6Q ? 0 40 G .Gl 4 Thoreday. 5 20 C CO -7 43 .0 24;= 0 Friday; 6;28 0;0 837--8 CO: O Saturday C: 20 0 : ? ,0 -'0: 32 7 31'. ? 7 SUNDAY 5 25 6- 1 10 20 8-0 8 Monday C 21 0.2 11 10 8 4(3 D Tucaday ? 0 23 0 . 3 a,ji. 0 27 10 We'dn'sd'y 0.21 0 3 12 11 10' 13 11 Thursday C 20 0 4 1 0 11; 3 12 Friday .-. 5 10 0. . S ? 1 40 U ' G7, . 13 Saturday ?? 5 18 0^ ^ 0 2 20 'P.M.) 14 SUNDAY c' 10 0-0 P 10 I'M IH Monday G1&Q 7 3 'CO 2 CO 10 Tuesday G 14 0 8 4 28 '4 0 17,Wedn'ed'y 513 0 0 5 0 ,5 5 18 Thursday: 6 12 0 9 G 45 ? 0 12 lO.Friday, ? S 10 a 10 0 20 7 21 20(Satnrday 5 00 11 7/0 8 2...