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IN A STRAIGHT JACKET. AMAZING STORY OF WORKHOUSE TREATMENT. DOCTORS NOT CONSULTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

IN A STRAIGHT JACKET. AMAZING STORY OF WORK HOUSE TREATMENT. DOCTORS NOT CONSULTED. An astonishing story of the treats went of a lunatic, was told by wlt nesses to the Coroner at an inquest at HoinpGtead last evening (30th September). It related to the death of a Dane, Marcus Rattijen, who was removed as insane to the Hamp stead Workhouse infirmary on Wed nesday afternoon and placed In the observation ward. He was not seen by a medical' man until jUEt before Charles Holmes, lunatic attendant, said the patient was quiet until 1J 'o'clock at night, when he got out of bed to look for some imaginary animals. He would not get back into bed, and witness had to put him in bed and hold him there. After midnight ho became worse, resisted all interference, and became so vio lent that witness called the night poiter. The patient waa put into a restraining juckct for his own safety as well as for the sake of the other patients. He struggled frequently until six o'clock, and then he was very vio...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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FOREIGN PARTS, THEIR IMPERFECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

- , -FOREIGN PARTS, ' THEIR IMPERFECTIONS. W. H. Titlerton 'writes in the Lon don ' Daily News' : — I left England a violent Interna tionalist, with the usual bias of my kind in favor of the foreigner— a very necessary bias, let me tell you, when you are putting your back against the blind insular push of the average man. That was three years ago. ?Sow I have come back, soberer and sadder, with all that is left of my glamor of romance clinging to Lon don and her dirty paving stones.- ?: ,The foreigner is all wrong. - . ' ' ? Take his cooking. With its eternal Bauces and flavored the poor palate 3s so debauched that it has never a jUirill of honest, simple delight left for the slaying of hunger. ,And such meagre, tantalising knick-knacks, too I Six items on the bill of fare, i ?had not one that would tax the . Wtotnach of a grasshopper. ! Then his- table manners are so bad. .Ho -sucks at his soup, he uses eteel knives for his fish courses, he ? Sloes all- sorts of horrible things. | ...

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TIN IN THE STABS. TWINKLE TWINKLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

TIN IN THE STABS. TWINKLE TWINKLE. Since Sir William and Lady Hug^ns, in the observatory at the -back of their Tulse Hill residence, founded halfii ?century ago the science of ostrophysl !S 'by spcctroscoplc observation of the stars, the spectroscope has shown us that many of the elements found on the earth are also present In the stars bll Honi of miles away. Anus astronomers are uuiu iu luetittij in many of the stars such common ter restrial elements as sodium, magnesium, hydrogen. Iron, and calcium. But only quite recently has the presence -5ir t'n been suspected. Mr Goatcher, one of the st'1 of the Royal Observatory at the Cape, examining spectrograms of the bright red star Antares, In Scorpio ('The Heart of the Scorpion'), found a discordance in - the wave-length of a particular line In the spectrum, and after careful measurements he and his colleagues have become convinced that the discrepancy can only be due to tbe presence of a tin line, the wave-length of which Is, accordin...

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AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA. A TALK WITH PRINCE DOLGORUKOFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA. A TALK WITH PUINCB IWCIj DOLGORUKOFF. The Moscow correspondent of the London 'Dally News' wrote from Mos cow on 2Gth September:— 'At t^o present time Russia Is In o slate political anarchy,' said Prince Paul . .Igorukoff, with whom I have just hail a loug conversation. 'On the one hand,' lie explained, 'we have the October Manifesto by which a constitution was granted ;to the Russian. ing from the Czar himself that the Autocracy remains. Again, look at the treatment of the various political parties during the present Duma elections. We Cadets, for instance, are prevented by the authorities from carrying out a proper electoral campaign. Nearly the. whole of Russia Is In a state of extra ordinary protection, and therefore the provincial Governors have the right to veto the meetings of our party;, conse quently in numbers of places we have been obliged to hold them privately. Here In Moscow we are allowed to have meetings, but with . police present to stop tho procee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

. _ Biliousnbss is widely considered constitu tional and incurable, but tbis.is ^'mistake. It anses from a sluggiBh liver, and . My con trolling your diet for a .period— avoiding- ricli.fatty foods— and taking a course of pf Cliivniljerlain'fi Tnbicts. it can !-e ne.r hianeiitly cured. For rale Ijv C. 1 1. Piokard 'Pioloii anrl-TIiirlninnp.-^Ath-t.. ) J'erliapB «ur itaders Jiave not considei-ed thnadvantigesllinvniay derive- In- jo:-vn» thu lietou Scliaol 0I- ^rts- an uu-tuniaui ' institution. There is the reading rog'm. well Kicked Vitli papers add migiziiu-s, '. Also, tbe library of about 2000 volumes, added to regularly cverj- quarter. Memliers haveaadod to O,e library. ?31eo,l-et»!al«f. [ have the advantage of a good imwd^S^,. The fee charged is tJie lowe^v«^e State, being only 3s wsrjiuag&f or less than -3d fer weekg^aafe-riire charged ;&. ??Kesi- H|n|B«Bf^yiltou, Bargo and oflier.plaees ''! ^L^?^ raileB ftora f' institatJon -aa take two books at a time, and- ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

pK ? I *Posf OT-*e ^tel^'.':- ' I ARGYI^-STtfEET/PIG?^ '' '??? ? jgfip-- Brapeij, Prints. Muslins, Tailor-made Suits, H^ Shjrts, Ties, Felt and Panama Hats Iglfe-- / ' ! Boots and Shoes, Etc. ?' : ?; !§p |P$1ECYH. ilOfE, '|SS.: I Family Butcher, Hr_ ,r,..v :^|E^- ; Is8#^Ii%-*&^rira€^tiofiieef,anii -! ' ^--.^j. K %i? ' Mutton at bedrock prices. He sells ^ [ %*^: j none but theory Best. Give ' him a? ; ' ' ' ; r f I l&^ - ] trirtV&nfl?you;iwill ne^r regret; it, nor = : . :?; . v y&Vj « desire to leave- him, because his shop - ....-- : I '- ^s always kept in apple-pie order. ftffl^.^-:''-'- ??'??-'?' ' ' ????-??'?'??'?'-,??? ?'??, ??.(??.--??? ???.????'? ?:, .-. MkSh^^'^ '''' If y°'1 want your Soup 8trainers ' ifilP^% pruned we will ..block .them out ' Blfe^^i?^?*11? chqieesiproducJB of EngUsh and ColcS jlpllips- Tbeiiiatenats are in all the fashionable designs, the ^^^ft-bB AK *Xelasiv^ ftU **'* textui-e light and durable^ withal gy*»P&l^ther es...

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Rating on Unimproved Value in New Zealand. To Hie Editor of THE PICTON POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

Rating mUnimpfWM Value in New Zealand. To The Editor of Tub Picton 3»-)st. Sir,— In advocating unimproved land value rating, we are not supporting an -entirely nen- thing. If there bad been no experience of it in any part of the world it might he held that we were advising people trf take a. leap in the dark; We can not only : make out a logical case, hut we can point to Queensland, vrhere rates are on land values and nol responsible public man dares to uuiuuau: u. uuunge, ana aiso to iscw Aeaiana. The New Zealand examples are more striking liecause the ratepayers can not only adopt the new system, they can revert to the old system if tliey are not satisfied. It is Ip| yews since tbe firet New Zealand Council put the rates on unimproved values. ] Seventy-three local authorities haVe followed | the example of Palnierston North. Not one has regretted it and gone back. Probably the clearest expressions of opinion ou the new system are those by Mr. J. Ik Paluier, tlie Town Clerk of Well...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

H. H. Doudney, DENTIST, May l-e ctnisulte'l on Tuesdays and Thursdiiys from 9.30 a.in. to 430 p.m., and Saturday Evenings 'fnjm ; -; 7.30 p.m. to 0 f,,in. ARGYLE-STREET, PICTON, Next W. Watson's, tobacconist. Miss Annie Ruddiman ; T.p.jj.c.ii., ? ? Teacher of Pianoforte, Theory^ and Harmony. Pupils Prc|»nrcd for till Examinations. TtfltMS OS Ah-LICATION.' INDIGESTION & DV8PEP3IA. Digestive Tabules 'OIQEST WHAT VOQ E*T' A COMMON SENSE REMEDr for all : , STOMACH tROUBLKI. -i»ARANTEEDf j Price Qe . For sale l-y ,W. j. 'H. ^iekery ?cheniisp, ; . ; , ; Pietpn. ft. BARREL!,, Kngiiieer miat 9Iccliauic. ? Menangle-Stueet, Picton. ? BEGS to iutimatp to tiie Public of Picton and DisU-ict that he is prepared to.-executoaU.jyorJc jp;'con-' nectipn;witii.tji9 tradfijianji in sqcli Sinanaerafe tin ^ivelthp iitmoia satis-} jactipiV.*,\ ?-?.,'. . . ^Sewing Machinesaud Bicycles a . ? ; Speciality. ChAEGES MODBBAl'K. ' . '. ' ? '?? '? ''? . ' ? ' A Trim'. SoucrTun. Local Agent for Srjeedwell ...

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Cricket. PICTON v. CAMPBELLTOWN FEDERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

''' ~ ' 'SffiL' tlCTON v. CAMPBBLLTOWN FEDERAL. The above match was played 'at Catnpbeiiton'ii on Saturday, tbe gu'mb resulting iu a draw, irinch in favor of the latter. TiiiiP, indeed, saved 1'ictou from a Kevei« aefeat. Tiie ' Federals batted firet and compiled 320, Pictoii responding with 72 for the loss of fi wickets. Appended are the details of the play: — ; CAMPBELL/TOWN.. ? G. Sullivan, b J. ifclnnes ? 27 P. Paytcu, run out ? 101 C. Nicol, b:.J. Mclnnes ? ' 10 i H. Longlmrst.c Barton, b Mclnues ; 24 W.Clark, b J. Mclunes ? 22 W. Jones, not out ? til O. Piggot, c McKinlcy, b Parry 13 Z. Holden, c H. Mclnnes, b Hilder 6 J. Joucs, c Slieil, b Barton ... 10 W. Spearing, c Webb, b Barton 18 C. Whaian, c Barton, b Hilder 12 # Sundries ... ... ... 16 . Total ... ? 32p: ^?^:.'-;.V.;^|GJ»Ni',.'::\\;:--!'-\-;.;',;. j; Mclnnes,- 6 arid ;o*rSnlli van :i;.-.:'l5 S. WarteiB, c Longhurst, b Nicol 7 H. H. Parry, c and b Sullivan ... 26 F Sheil, b Sullivan ? 15 J. Hi Idev, b Sullivan ? ...'''...

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Local Government Elections. HOW TO GET ENROLLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

Local Government Elections. HOVFTO iJtiT fiNfebtLElX l For tbe -Hist time iii Hie history' of municipal govi-iiime:ii: iu New South Wales the whole of the ntdenuen nnd sliirp rminctflors will ifl(ii* this iyeafc,; instead of one-iliird each yiar,nslere tofore. uu-J rh.A electors will, be. called upon to voie lor the fall council. The lists linve been, prepared, .and 'wiU be open for inspection up to the 21st iust. Any |)i;ii;ou i:l imiugio have his or. her TtHmi- entered nuist.hviiolicejniwrjring ti)i«ugli ;t.he post, or delivered, person ally Jo the council cleric, state tbe full reasons, and every such notice must be nccompanied by a statutory declara- , stioni:iA'ny person desiring to have ft name removed must also give; notice ,'jn -writing to ibe clerk, and understate : ntory aVelnmtion set forth the grounds «-t,°l-jecripn. : The objector mustalso rieud a ropy of this notice, .and -state the grounds of proposed reruoWl, upon the person concerned, and all these Xiotices iiiti't ...

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THE MODERATE DRINKER. MR LLOYD-GEORGE AND THE NEXT TEMPERANCE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

THE MODERATE DRINKER. MR LLOYD-GEORGE AND THE NEXT TEMPERANCE BILL. Mr Lloyd-George, M.P., speaking at a temperance demonstration at Criccieth last night (3rd October), said the Temperance Bill had not been drafted, but he felt sure it would be a good Bill.     Having reminded the total ab       stainers that they were in a mi nority in this country, he said it was absolutely necessary to have the support of moderate drinkers in this great fight. Against them would be the publicans and the brewers, fight ing for their livelihood, as well as the whole influence of the Opposi tion; and, again, the men who   would convey the impression that after the Bill was passed a glass of beer would bo impossible to get   throughout the length and breadth of the country.     The Temperance Party would be, of course, the bodyguard in the coming fight, but they must have moderate drin...

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Corpse that spoke. AMUSING SCENE AT A LIVERPOOL THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

CORPSE THAT SPOKE. AMUSING SCENE AT A IJVESPOOL. ? THEATRE. '-.'? ?.-.';??.-''*' '-' Amusing details of * visit of protest to the Muncaete'r Theatre, Bootle, near Liverpool, were narrated In the Liver pool County Court on l*th October, when Daniel MacCarthy, a local Insur ance agent, sued the owners and act ing manager (Mr H. Young) of the theatre, to recover L60 damages for alleged false Imprisonment. Mr MacCarthy is chairman of the Liverpool Federation of Irish Societies, and part of their purpose was to cor rect the theatrical conception of IriBh peasant character. During the week commencing 26th August The Shaugh raun was being played twice nightly, and Mr MacCarthy and fourteen or fifteen other members of the organisa tion visited the theatre on the night of the 29th. They were seated In vari ous parts of the house, MacCarthy In the pit. According to the latter** In structions to counsel, 'in the wake scene, Father Dolan was represented as indulging In whisky -drinking, by pre ...

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MODERN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

MODERN METHODS. Booth Tartrtnpton does not dictate his charming and graceful Btorlea. He is a foe to the habit of dictating. 'The dic tating habit is a growing' one,' he said recently. 'When I was in the Indiana Legislature, an old colored man «n neared us a witness before one of onr eommtttees. In the course of his ex amination these questions were put to the old man: 'What Is your name, sir? 'Galhoun Clay, sah.' 'Can you sign your name?' 'Sah? 'I ask If you can write your name.' 'Well, no, sah; Ah nebah writes mah name. Ah dictates It, sah.''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

? V'JnL nw»fi°lae»- to thB Deepest Blnclti ttejfeby restoring tteJwir fo31«^; ': ./SfcT^CSI original plonr,1a*tij8»6vetBl weeks, i.^inil not stew the ekin. Sold ' \f {MmMBL Jn Jarge ijotUes, 5s. 6d; post Sd. extra. Sole Agente for Auitrslaisia. ' j^JPgPgy . HiaH-OLASS T0BAC00NIBT6 4BTD tttISDEBBSKE8, . : ?. -;? : '. .483 GEOBGB-BITRKET. STOItEy. .'*?*'. '

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HOW TO PROPOSE. SOME NOVELIST EXAMPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

S^PiiiSilPPli iSilfu J^sd^v^^p^^^AJHPKBS. ' ;; ^^?4n«^iWp-iS^Jyv^«a^^ old j|5=;i;- fashioned novelists 'that - ;in ' tie ?;M£:-V'got!id^iiiA-~ifa&a'?i., man knelt . when ^'?\::3i^i^^«wV'-'ii»rtl-r.«)i 'the' woman ho ?*^ :L- adored. 'Did ho xeallv do anything ^?r::-:ai:jtjM'j$uAr.. ? ?? . ?? '.?.??? ?^ ^Aeeoraiug ,16 the latest novels, -?£ ' ?'^though they may be romantic and ? . foncifnl in other respects, the hero ?ri:. scenm to -propose with some reason - \. ;.--: nbfe sentiment that the obligation. ;?*'.? '. ;ia not all on one side. One gathers ;, :' th«t he is more manly — a more self ?- -'?'??? ^respecting hero— anil that he still n ? ;'' ' tains some measure of intelligence in ? . the presence of the woman he love?.

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SHAKESPEARE'S PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

SHAKESPEARE'S PROPOSAL. Hiss Sterling in ' Shakespeare s ' .-Sweetheart' tells us how Shakes . peare met and made love to .' Anne . * Hathaway. Anne was standing by , *n: open window one Hay morning, :, r-^when; SJia^peare came In sight. ' -'.? - ?i* ? ,;?'? Mistress KiAhne, greeting. -:.Wilt '-?' '?'; .;.3 ^#£g -&£?£&;¥&££; - r :..; 7 : ''^«J^V.,3Dsti»BS^.'^&ne.'';i*e'1saia, ' 'r'iiaA ', MS , voice was,, if ^pos3U-le, a . shade more courteous than before, ? ?''. '?b?ypVeme,that thou art the only lass that I desire, to go a-Mayihg with. me. If thou dost refuse me I will go solitary still.' There was that in his manner j which suggested more than his .-'*- words ; which told me that he wished (jmy company (or a much longer period, than a spring day, and that if I did not yield his loneliness would be for all his life. I hesitated, my mind in a whirl. ' Anne,'-' he breathed in tones bo silver sweet as to melt the hardest woman's heart, ' dear' Mistress ...

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COURAGE AND DANDYISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

COURAGE AND DANDYISM. There still exists iu niauy minds the ridiculous notion that the man cannot be manly who pays more than the or dinary amount -of attention to tho. adornment of ^Is body. There is no greater mistake -made than to believe that well-dressed^ men must be effemin ate. Courage andNlandyisni can go hand In hand jUBt as comfortably as courage and dowdylsui— if not more comfortably —'Gentlewoman.'

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AUSTRIA'S EMPEROR. A MUCH BETITLED MONARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

AUSTRIA'S EMPEROR. A MUCH BETITL.ED MONARCH. The . Austrian Emperor, concerning whose conaitioii the latest reports are Awjilly^ore^i^t^Dle;W^e^os^^|i«7 MW ri^ra^^lfeltiiB^flml^il Count arid so lorth is past enumera tion. .Tne1 total ot bis titles ot sove reignty and nobility exceeds a hundred. In addition, as King of -Hungary, he bears the title of ''Most Apostolic,' which. Is one of the four honors be stowed by the Pope. Although he has reigned In such troublous times, the Austrian Emperor has only once been the mark of the assassin, and this «vas now more than .fifty years ago. Tho Emperor, who had then reigned only four years, was walk Ing1 on the ramparts of Vienna with the Count O'Donnell, when a man rushed on him and stabbed him In the back of the head. The Count at once seized the assailant, while the Emperor walked to the Palace, where his injuries were at tended to. Fortunately, they were not serious, and a few weeks restored him to perfect health. His assailant was hanged...

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AM AUSTRALIAN SUCCESS. MISS LALLA MIRANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

AN AUSTRALIAN SUCCESS. MISS LALLA MIRANDA. Considerable Interest has been taken In the reappearance of Miss Lalla Miranda, the htghly-glfted and charm Ing Victorian, on Saturday evening, 19th October, at Covent Garden, who ap peared with enormous success as Gilda In RIgoletto, interest, too, that was not only confined to Anglo -Australian elides, for the Continental reputation that Miss Miranda has made for herself, has aroused general enthusiasm In musical circles. Her appearance was eagerly looked for, and the crowded and enthu siastic house that received the Austra lian prlma donna clearly demonstrated their appreciation of the highly artistic and brilliant Interpretation this artist gave of the ever favorite opera. 'Yes, I had a big success on Saturday evening,' eaid Miss Miranda to a 'British-Australasian'1 roprese:i:atlve, 'and how glad I am that the ordeal is over. Excited? I should think I was! You can't realise what It meant! Natur ally, I was anxious, for I didn't know how...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

Job Printing Of Every _ Description ' ? 'AT' ??_????: ' \ pmpw$y #inis: Mslii^^l^oiP-miide Suits, Shirts, Ties, Felt and Panama Hats, Boots and Shoes, Etc. '?£. ? ; ? __ — -' ?';.- ? : ? 1 PERCY H.ROFE, | Family Butcher, pi ' . Is still selling the i-riraest of Beef and . l.-:: ' Mutton at bedrock prices, lie sells -;?; none but the Very Best. 'Give him a y£ ;. ? ti-Itil, and you will never regret it, nor l§5x ?: desire to leave him, because his shop |R|f is always kept in apple-pie order. j|: Next Please! V ||§v-:'- ' If you want your Soup Strainers §§f; pruned we wilj block them out |l|Sb ? - in any pattern'— te;:f -'-' LlP-TlCKLEH, FaNTAI&S, Bl.LTflOATS, ' llplSv1' ? ' '.-:-???--.-..'. '' Or PeaCHERIITOS. V ?.- Iff:;:: ?fialrcuts of all Kinds ' ; If'y-' From WooiY-WnuEB to ? ? - ||f, BlNG-AaoUND-KpSEYsi | W. McDONALD'S Whiskerarium m. - ???????__^:- ? ? ? . I Marcus Clark & Co., |fo-. ?-:? , ? ? -? ; . . 'limited.- ?? - 1 SUMMER SUITINGS H£:_' ; ?? ;: ;, . , ;? . ...

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