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FINANCING THE LABOUR PARTY. Future Possibilities. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

BIW^USICING TEE LABOtTE, ; PARTY. , Jutur- Possibilities. The new BritLih Labour party woo brought into being by a judicial decision. It is tho logical and direct result of tho verdict in the Tail Vale caoe. Piv« yearn ago Mr. : Justice Farwell decided that tlie funds of tmdes unrona are » liable to ccizuro for r.vronfpj com ?mittcd by thoee representing -them, Tho House of I^irda confirmed ilia finding. TJiia iiifc-inntJy destroyed ; tho cccurity of trades unionism in- -Kndland. Tho unions I'bid.-'thcn a membership ? of ? over eleven tv.^o -millions, and accumulated funds totalling not far ebort of three millions. Thcylwere helping tlicir own unemployed, caring for their &£ck and burying uicir dead in a .way and on a scale -that eaved tho ? public punw ecorca 'of thousands of 'P&mxdii eacli niontli in tlio -year..' Hovf, vidual member in en hour of fitrain might imperil the entire cickand distress fucdo of tho grtatcct unions. ' THE' VOW- ITOiFHiLED. Tothe Jcadcra- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

Prevent HJespondencyV ; Clidmborlain'o Stomach and LIvor Tablets will .braco up tho norvoo, banish Blok hoadapho, provont dospon denoy, and '. inv'igoroto tho . wholo system. Muoh oaoior to tako than pills. For aald' by E, Booth', Dolo iiate.

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IN AND ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

IN A1TO- J^OTTT. recently, appeared ihf l3w I*onxlou .'Daily Telesran-hVr:-!'- KcUe.-,Tuli1-'llcZTe. :inm^ . of the Koyal Hospital for Incurablc3, Put-' ney, for - ftf ty-ono .years,. beiiiK; the first' admiUed to'-; that.' institution,., as'cd 80: years. ? ? , ? ? ?---.. ..- -i -.? '. ; ? .?; .; . tf-dy&-?-A : '?..;? ? * 'U;vo ?.fsveanen , prospectors 'in. tlic- Mojave dcBcnfc.'.Sotfthcra .-Ciilifo^ia—Mi-a.. WUsoii and iu®;SpenqerTrlit;a-frro;in-Uje;,'bed[oi-; a creek; ? llhe deusetnnoke which aTOso bc ?trayed the; presencQ of .valuable.. tiKplialtun]; dejposite, and novr, thereria'a^fteneiul ru'slr to' occupy land.' V ?-.'?^???;- ' ., -' /-','??*? '..'??. / ?? './.'' ?'?;^S4^.;^.^' ?:-:.^V;''f;V-'-; Abill las heca introduced, into, tihe Ohio'. Legislahire aufcliorisinj;. phyddancj.^iradeiV' certain '?circumsta'ncea, to-' put invalida : .to1; death. It.haa been.'. drafted, by ; 3VfW -Annn Hall, wlu-Tccenbly-clahncd;that glie'oucit. to be. nllorwod vto ? endorofoim- Jicr .mo...

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Wedding. BOARDMAN-DUNN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

t7cdfliii£f. BOARDMAN-UUNN. Tun nurrfago of Conttable W. Board man nnd Mins Midelino Dunn, a daughter of Mr. Jo3. Dunn of this town, took placo at tha roiidooco of tho brido'a parente at nn earlv hoar on Tuesday tho 27th innt. Notwithntand ing tho hour G a.m. quite a numuor of friends vroro present to witness tho ceromony, which was perfonricd by tho Rov.' Fothor Mooro. A floral boll, arranged by lady friends, woo ono ponded over tho head of tbo bridp during tho ofrvico, Tho brido noro har travelling dress— a charming costume of eiigo grcsn canvas voilo, mado over glaco eilk underskirt, skirt trimmed with cream guipura insertion'. Bodico woo rnado with zouave with transparent yoke and front of cream not, overlaid with flno guipuro lace, finished off prettily with panne silk rovorii, and medallinnb of pink and bind, blbow sloovoa edged with frills, and transparent bet uudoroleovou. Wid'e silk bolt tomnkob. , Th« hat was a beautiful model of whit'o tiillo and. etlfaw, with long : whit...

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AN AMERICAN PRINCESS [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

DJ^T; AlplBICAlT PBtN-CJESS ^jo1 n»^t. conspicuouo figure at thw mo .xncnt.iaithe United fitatcj i3 thti eldcat ?daughter af l*rcxident JEooseyelt. Tho 1 American. Princcai. oa Mia3 Ah'ce Ilooeo velt lj,'.haU in jcut/ half .nffcctaonatcly, cilled, 13 about to be married, and it ia safe to toy tlsit . for twenty ? yeara no wedding in .all tlie forty-nine -Statea and territories of tho Union haa orouced oo luulu mcenruon* - 'In thojlaxca liist. Room— eighty feet long nnd. forty ;fcct .ivido— of .the WUte House, the Prreidcnt'/j home.ttt Wcdiiiv: tt-n, olic will 'plight her troth to Congre^fl vnn ? .Nicholas Lonirworih, of Oliio, and the whole eighty rmlliona of her countrf pconia are 'cnthuiiiatic over tho roniADco and rcalitica of th'a tfiair. ? - Of all the ndne weddincy celebrated in the White Tfoiftw crace the :foundntion of the Rejniblic the present ia to the pcoplo much the most important ? function, be cauoo of -the univen.al.concidcmtion.com manded by the bride d-aca her foihe...

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Visit of the Bishop of Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

Visit or the Bishop of Goulhurn. Tan Right Rnv. Dr. Barlow, Anglican Uinhop of Qoulburn, entered tbo Bom bala Parish ou Wednouday, Slot Novoinljor. and commoncod 'is engage monts by Lying tho foundation etono of tho now Church of St. Paal at Calhcart. Tho. Biohop, who wo* accompanied by tho Rov. F. W. E. Wilklnaou and Miss Wilkinson from tho Kamsruka Parish, wan mut by tho Rector And uavntal nirinhiannrn. nn/1 shortly after 3 n'nluolt tho Churoh wardons. with Sir Roan-Edwards ? Lay Assistant— tho Kev. F. \V. E. Wilkin ood, the Rev. 0. C. Gille't, Acting Roctor, and His Lordship tho Bishop p'r'o'o-odod to the foundation atouo. A largo gathei ing o( Church people ami other, friondrt hud .nunomblod, oud . nil joinod nedVtily In tho .snort.'.Bdrvied and llfltoriod dttontlvely :to .tiio.on coiiraging roniiirkn of thoir. Tcfioliop, who complimented tho acting Kector and all who had helped to bring about the ftlorioiio oyont of the day, ' Ttio Rsv. F. \v\ E. WiikinannillBondare'sBed tile n...

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HYPNOTIC MURDERER. Victim's Wife Afraid to Inform' the Police. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

PT?P1TOTIC MTTRDEKEB. Victim's; Wife Afraid to : ' .??:. ; : Informthe Police. NEW ; YOUK, Jan. 19.— A rcmorkiblo . ; , murder myatery ihaa been unravelled .by.. . . Sho molice of Bfoomfield, New .Jersey., Tho':. ;.--:? body of John Hoif, a Gorman mcobaiiic, 0 ' - '.. \raa recently' 'discovered- nnitilaiod 'beside,, tho raihvay lino on tho outskirlB '6£^thd_' tov.^1, and ' certain1 6U3picioU3, circunKUmcea^ [ ? caused' ; an invcaticatdon^ - Thei,'.' ninn'a' . ', ? lyidow, after -a rigi3 -cxmnination^ ; broko ' j . down and gavL' full details of '.the', murder.' .' whicJi/ oho declared, nad been commiUed -', ., by' l'rauk-Banaaik; a Pole/wto liad.bojtd- '?-.; ' ed it^ncr -housef iallen'.deepera.tcly'in *-Vd ?,;.... ?-,- iritk ;ber..' and. apparently ciercifled'como.- ??.-,,- hynriotic -.influence, oyer her; .'-.-About'-a:-.:: ,? week'boford,-.the niur^er^ whidi was conir.-;.. , | mitTtcd on 'l^in -January, Banaalk' informed .V/1. Mral/BoIE'Hat h(i .intended -toyKUL-berr.'-.i^ -?';;, ...

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Bibbenluke Shire Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

Bibbehluke Shire Elections. Tun result' of tho ilrst oloction of o(x Councillors under tho Looal Govern ment (Sh'irco) Aot will bo found horc undor. . - ? ' , ( A fair amount of, interest was taken in tho election, but from tho result it would a'ppoar that under two-thirds of til A rnfAnnvAra tnnlr 4it'ft fvn.iKTA tn 1*H- cord thoir votoe. Tho'iiuccofofulclihdi datos woro Jlconro. C. Murphy, Geo. Cruickohank, W. Balipr, W. Oavie, A. II. Joffiroyo and E. Booth, and tlioy should bo equal to thn took not hoforo them. Tho nowly olocted Ciunoiilora will hold thoir firot moctiug at Bom bala on tho 8th of Docomhor, whon tho Tompornry Council, having com pleted it* duties, will transfer all documents, to. to tho how Council. A BIDING. Cindidatcs. I I | .«? 4 ? iLjfi_ ° h ^ C. Murphy. ? 20 2 1 10 0 1 ?« O. Crnfckahank ? 17 3 4 7 31 J. Murdoch ? .1 ) 1 I IS 3 10_ B BIDING.1' '?' , — 7I-7I Candidates. '3 '3 ? 3 « « o ** ^ i3 *1 ????' $%*%. I W. Eakor. ? 60 1 16 I CO I 4 1 1UI) W. Davis ? 42 11...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

/NEWS OF THE WEEK. Note tho alteration in Mr. Hopkins' ?'?? 'tivt. '?? : ?????' . ? ,v . ? ? ? ?? ' ?? '? SHOE YOtTE BUiMCKS.— Chdagest , -aadBertat B.'WATtlNG'S, for 4/6.» :{ y ' Qrelw Aibx's. Birthday to-morrow. : Way oho have many happy returns. :-i , ? ?:'? : .'?.#?, ? ?? ? ? ' ! iNFLCKNZi ie provolont in tho die , trios- at present, bat no vory oorlouB ,v' cases are reported. :. Tan rainfall for tho month, no . reglitored by Mr R Liddlo, Comotvillo, -?- 'jrae 2B8 paints, falling on 14 days : - ThA uaual monthly mooting of tbo ' ,-/ Progress Aosoolutioa will bo hold on Slonday noit. 1 ?' . 'i. ?.?': ..'.??'.? ?? ? :-? ?? ? TtJKttE ;ato no lsaa than eight caaea t -i-i appendloltia In the Maitland hos &*$j*i-:\:* ???/?;??? *? ?'.'????.. r-c ,?'. Mttt'SiDKEr SatTn, tlobtmairor, has ';,'.'? ? ?*.'i«ttirooa; from Sydney,1 and may bo — iound at bin uhop as naoal. (??[:'??'??' ' .'.' ??' '.' ' .? ???::. '?? ?? ? ? ' ' ''t('t^.':'-'W6i'V«ESBi, FRUIT and CONFEC ; \\ '[?:? tlOttER...

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Methodist Church, Bendoc [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

Slethodlst Church, Bendoc .. . -Deo. 16 (Saturday)— Tho Bog, 7.30. ^?Beo. 16— Lower Bondoo, 11 ; Bondoo, S; ;&ayden's Bog, 7.80. ? ^reaehor^-MV. H. T. JIcGowan, of Bom Tjala. «i$hb ||clega'te ^pr^iid. '.-? iinODAY, NOVEMflEB 80, 1003.

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A Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

A Farewell. UpwAiibs of twenty roaidonto of 7)qlo .goto aiisemblod io iho School of Arts on Monday afternoon to say fdrowoll to Constablo Boardman, and also wish him li'&pplnoia oil hio npproaohing mnrriano. Mr E. Booth bacuplod the chair, and after tlio usual toast of. tho King 'had boon honored, briofly stated tho object ot tho gathering, mentioning tho ontaam in which Mr Boardmah wao bold l-y tbo roiMOlilo or ruo aimnot, who wcro quick to notico thoupright no88 nnd impartiality ohown by tho guest daring a residence of otvon yoara in Dologato. Othor epoakers, inoluding Sonior Conetablo Bornoa, Meoafa Jacob Good man, Coopor, Mudio (2), Jones, Jonah Goodman, and Dr. Schnlit, epoUn in a similar otrain, and all wl»hod Mr Boardman promotion, health and happiness. Tho hnaltU of tho gnost was drunk with onthublasm. Jlr Boardman btieflr replied, thank Ing thoso proront for th«ir uood wiahtm and fortho wodding gift, n tea norvice wiilcb. had boon pro-ontod by tho rcOidonli Ci-tba d...

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Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

iFedcr.il Elections. Is addition {6 vbtlng for tho ttoiiaojof Ropreoontatives; for whloh thore am two candidates, Messrs Chapman and Lonprmuir, oldotera aro aokod to return three men to tho Sonato. Thoro ore nines candidates — throo freotradn, J. T Wdlkor, E. D. Mill™, and A. J. Gould ; thrco labor protectionists, G. D. dark, A. MoDougal, and G. MoGirr; tbreo indopondont, T. Batho, J. 0. Moroney, and E. Wilcox, Tho result; of the Sonato olootion is almost a fordgono iinnninninn find tT, n t MnfrnilnTn: VVnllrn*!. Millon and Gould, will probably bo found at the head of tho poll. Thoir chief faaltd ar6 that they are. rabid froetradore, othorwiso ihoy aro good mon. ? Electora will also bo oalled npon to vote. Yes or No; for tbo Referendum. The purposo of this in to obtain the constitutional consent of tbo people to ari amondmont of tho law for the purpose of oxtonding tho terrri for tvhioti Senators oro olnctod, It hsa becom'e neootisary to oxtend tho period for whieh thoy havo boon ol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

. ? ???^.-:: . GEORGE ADAMS,] '?? :' [Hobarfc, Tasmania. .. ' ? : . ; nan tj-pc& ?[?'?-.. Ban at Rand\7ick, N.S.W.i Doc. 20 60,000 crab3 at 0/3 On all Sn-co[.a on Kncca run nffor JAITTTAS'S' 2, WS, tiio ffASSIAyjAlT COVEIllTilEOT STAZII? SAS will bo 24 on eacii Ea 2I02BS and id on each 103 SIOSBS. Clients muot tliorcforo add theso amounts to their remittances. Tho TASMANIAN GOVERNSIENT lias AUTHORISED tbo TRUSTEES of tho E3tato of tho lato GE0UGE ADAMS to carry on tbo LICENSE nnd conduct tbo Sweep Buoineaa undor namo nmnnsoment ao for eeveral ycara pnat. Pqicelo may bo. forwarded thronj;h any TAROELS DELIVERY CO. doing bnoincaa with HOBART, or money may bo remitted through any BANK in Acotralasia. . ' I PERSE CU2, ?? ' ??'?? Ran ftt Perth.'W.A., Dcc.f29. ? ' ; ' . EO.aOO at B/2 ' . a. U, titophons haa lcfttlio 'Ballotin' ataff and otartoda bookselling buoincaa at 7 Hnmllton-ntroei; Sydnoy, with tho especial intontion of 'Supplying 'books, by pos'i to country cu'atbulera. ' T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

: ?sqHCLUGiJfFiuiesiJSSo i te'Caso cf Mr. cVAQBOTf. '???. (riy ft Sydney Importer.) ,...,- »? '16 is a causa of pleasure to mi,'' cotd II r. John Abbott, ol No 110 .llnrrisislral, , Fyrtnont,, no to utood confronted by n man in quest, o! nows .'to rivo sucu information no you navo ealcd /or, u. 1 lit p|, opinion thai -?nhsn caocs liko min» aro broujjit be \foz3 tho public tho obount ol rood done to tho sufforinj; port of it mutt ?? J'11.0' w^° y°u ttiI;':3 '' intcrrorat 'Husculor thcinaatlfni, and I hod it ,for.nj.ont tlirror yunia: Ucforc I [rot o remedy to boncfit co. I could £esl tho hornulo comwluint jrrauuol.y cominz .on,, nnd I held up c3 long as poojibfi Uaoinat It. tvcntunUy, fcowovor, it cot no down, ami 1 had to tako to my Jted for n v/h,ln. Nearly oil tho timo I cca ill I was «a!-in? various kinds ol C3«licinc3, but no ):oo(i wo» a«ivoblo ray tnmd that, I was doomed to «u!Tcr 'mWh ™l Ct mv- 3oy3- !rU«- '« » hardship to face, and-, tho contempla tion ol 11 mndo mo v«y dorr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

? ? iiisSly-sfeKefloiai; . ? .CljambprJa'fn'o Bioniixaa orid _JJ»or TabHeje pirovo highly; bbdofloiol in all livor .tioublopt entirely, roriioying bil Jionoilooo, pad incq.doliif; will oloar oway an-oblp ornptioac, daub, no bpilo, iimploBra.D'd ocjoci'b.' For into b* E.

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NEW DE ROUGEMONT STORY. An Elusive Black Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

iWTEW: DE BOtJGEMONT ?: ? -??????'SToitY.''''-: ??'???;?.?-? ???_ } An Elusive Black Boy. A Eerial..talo,en'titled 'Ciin'e aiark.' by Iajuw Do -Rouneanont, was ibesun in- tlw London. 'Weekly TelcRraph' on 27th Janu ary- ??It narrates1 the nwrvellaua adventures of v' A -'Fugitive--and a ^Vagabond,' and' ?G^artij-off^rfth- adventures :ia . North ; vuoenalaiia. ' , .'-.;?..- ';:??.- :,\\' ;'?';.,'. ?'?' -; IpT.tKpV.opeirinK chapter. lib' eays, ^ An jncidcqit hcppeneil liviluch- hud a- curkraa in iiuuuwuu ??uiy * iui'yuinju. ??? vvu 'Uuu uecu ?taivellins, I suppose, ? tax daya, ^viien wo came 'across a native camp— dr rather tire 'glia^tly.-relica'of.-^-liat once had t»eea a cann-— fox there waB not a livinaeoul to Wj seen, but, etxown amonfi the sheltcra-of oark and bouRhs, /ivere the' conpaea of : tliirty1 br,- ifOrty. men, woonen. ; and children, ail wrfaM with rifle bullcta ehot by nativo police. '. ' ;? -?.??? :^ '?',-?; --?'.' '??--'. ' ' ??? i ' ?? ' 'I; wag liurrj-inj; paai-when...

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SOME DON'TS FOR WOMEN. Don't be Dismal with a Man. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

SOHE -DOIT'TS - ' 2?OE ' WOHEH. Don't be Dismal ?with a Han. Wo arc told iiat the Divinity lovoth a cheerful giver. -Man -certainly Joveth a cheerful Tr-oman. Hov/cvcr ? dcprcKJod, or JoTtV-spiritcd, or vrorried you may be, don't let it -affect , your outward . chcerfuineEs. I do not mean that man, is (iu-iii tv brute Uiat la- is not willing to ihelp you of you ore t worried or ? troubled.1 ? On : the '. con tnwi1, 3ic lilcca to tc- appealed io and: oaked for ielp. It ticklea hnj cenoc of eupcrior uurc*i£tii 31K1 power. . . liuc (USCu^5 ; - our worry or trcublo in a jsane, eonaible jnaa-t incry and then forget . it — or. pretend you do —and bo ready with chccrtul interest for whatever topic Iho may uugBCot. .If a man does not want to be -always amused,- be certainly wants to be. nhvaya interested. DON'T EVER RHMtOACH HISL , If you think your lover or husband haa neglected you or shown Icoa consideration than ho - tthould, however aggrieved you may feel, don'.t tell, him go.. If ha h...

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PRINCESS ENA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

'; PErKTCESS , EUA, .\'i _ . ? It was n spring morning in the year l'JOO niicn tho prment writer otood ia the Clar ence 1 Victualling Yard, at Portsmouth, amonf; a email proup of pei^ons waiting for tho arrival of tho late Qurti 'Victoria from.Odborno on her way to Windsor. The Alberta - was due at II ; ?? and r presently, through lined of harbour ships -which broke thcii* pj-eat 'ilipv an cha entered; the little wliite-decltKl yacht, with tiro sun 'ilbinlng ovia-- ner xvjrai uuuiuaru anu vvmic eu^iii', came racing up the- harbour,, and mvung round into the Victualling Yard cs tho ocventh stroke of 11 clanged out from the dockyard dock. It too e» tliat Queen Vic tori.! loved to havo tainjrs done, and her otl'tccru never failed her. VOUT OF A STOIIY EOOIC' Iler Ilajcity walked to do train with her littiSe gracious bo*,7ii to the -VTaitinij offi Spanish1 officer appeared euddenly. 1 think he itad come.ovcr.au' the Alberta, but in any'cia- he Ind very lately been presented to Queen Vic...

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ADDRESSING ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

;?;- AbtJRESSINGRQYALTY. ?? ' It is' tbo lot'- of royal personages to bo . . addressed from timo to time, both by letter and by 'word of mouth,, in waya tuat are ' not rccoprioed by tho etiquetto of politq . society. Sometimes tbL) w duo to i@nor . '.ance of tho royal station of tlie person ad* .'dressed, fonictimea to - mannerism, and ' ? ' sometimes .to sheer, fluster. Queen Vio tcna mat. to ertjoy many a many jaugn over -her own e:rpencnec-j, aa when a crofter 'woman in tno Tlipilanda, following the caafconl rf tins north country, called her 'Mfatrea Albert,' or when, a well, meaning child cent a letter1 to-' 'Mm Queen Victoris, Tower of London.' ? Kins Edward Jim- fed lib full jiaro oi amusement frdnv'ilie'e:uEO courcti. -'Wlicri bin Ha.jc.ity ™ eitayint; at a botcl m '?Paris during tho cprinz buj correspondence included letters to '' 0I.R.1I.' IVinco of Wales, King of aisbnd,' 'M/King of iEagland,' and even '.Jfilord Albert Ed ward VH. Incognito.' In tho second ye.ir of his rc:...

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He Wonidn't Advertise. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 30 November 1906

lie Wonldn't Advertise. Now Wi ham Jinkn h-? hept a slop At ISmipolllo-on-tlio-U.Bu, And though ho (taw !ii» tusinoos drop He would not ailvartiao. He told tho loanl paper maa Who dropped a gontlo hint, Ho thought it was a uaslom plaa To pat bis nnrao in print. ' And if mv name wen in tho 'Skit,' ooiu iviuiam jiok me wibp, 'I)'v» t'inU that folks would notice It P No, I won't ndrertiaoF' Hut William Jinlce wont oat one night, To bato a glues ot ale. Anil got so vory, v»ry tilth t, They trollzed him off to jail. Nnxt uinriiinir to tho ' Skit' ha ran And erii'd with tearn.ofjahame, ' Don't mention mv affair, old mna, l'lca-a do not print my nams.'1 'Oh nvtrjono will know, methinka, My conduct morl unwise t' Troi ?? were the words of William Jiokc, Who would not odrcrtias I

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