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

Advertise in -' 'i The Picton Post * The Pictok Post is the Best Paper circulating throughout the Wollondilly Electorate and '* Shire, and Camden Electorate. *'

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

;?!. ff^*^ J^;m VEW\^m The LONE HAND. THE AUSTRALIAN nAOAZINE. An expression of patriotism with ?? out party feeling. Of romance and sentiment without pessimism. Of art and letters without preju dice. The BEST SHILLINGS* WORTH IN THE WORLD. Subscribe direct to the office, or to your nearebt'news agent. OFFICE: 214 Coerce St., Sydnoy, N.S.W. oppo8rre;,eeNTBAL railway ctation. $$£&£$ HOTEL; ' ' ' visit&a ^*f^m*WjM^^1l'^mffir'£*'^:''r-:: ^ WIHES & IpPJBITS of the BEST BBAUDB' RlCHARD OAUT, PROPRIETOR. ©RieKET ! ! ! THUMPER & CARTER AUSTRALIAN XI. For next season's CRICKET GOODS. Practice Bats S/6. Hutch ., 8(6.10 6,12 6. B41U 4'3. RFLY ON EXPERTS atl24HnRKETST., SYDNEY. GROSVBNOR HOTEL. OHUROH HILL, BVDNEV. Unrivalled accommodation. Every con Tenience for visitors. Close to Circu lar Quay and trams. Moderate tariff. Rooms separately and meals paid for as required. O. V». M. OHATCAU. MaiMCir. MARK ICKVILLE TWEKD8. (BO -TABIFTJ ? -. ., ?['?? Can we jnalce ...

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

A. M. F; Society : C KCUBE a Policy in the' Lei ^ O ami Most Liberal S«cit«t Australasia. Fall particular! application, to JI. MARKj AlILLS, District Repr^nti 'Orere,' Sister's Ciescnt, D Jnoyni-, Sydney ?'-?:?? PMJMrtElf, GALVASI«jfKD IE(i , . - WOtiKKH ANP TINSMITH, §£ ifoaanf le-strset Pici *-£!!* Jrindsjrf Dairy Utensils i .- ana '^paired. BatJia Taal ' !t i '-^V'tpring, t Uoiyapipo aucl ,k ?,-?-?= -Carping niadefci.d tiibd . [ JO^IN rfAlEOl v. -»e««*ra! Cnn-Jer. . ilBNANGLE^TLlEET, PIGTO Faraiture carefnlly packed i removed to any part of the di6tt on the SWi test Noiice. ^Charges Strictly Modarate., ^^/iiuoYUE-iiTaBiiT, Pi«:Tt)5i. f *? cPfext Vi^kery's chemistls shop:) ? .---.} i / .- The famous Marmallow Omtmen planed from ike ?) f tvah Man Mallow which cuivs all wpun ;! uiid*kiu tJiseaRes, «ceema. k&i-'- . noiti'jproctindile from ' - ^j ^:sVv:'_V ' ' ,;; ? ? ?', i'icton. mp0Mlm^gH^W--^^y- . ? ?? *; pJ^I^^VMteHHt^iiet, «yilttt*5-y; ? -?????? :^^t--;'''''-»'.v^y'; ??'?...

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

?? ? f|M» STAWU THIS SEASON :ff .;;,: ; ' : .' . AT PlCTON And travel the Campbell town : '.?-'? -.'?'? mtdCainden Districts. _ The ThoboughbbedTbotting Stallion REBELLION. EEBELIJON is a rich dark brown horse, standing over 16 liand^ high, rising 8 year* old, shovring plenty of bone and muscle.. and has perfect action, RbbblWOS is by Ike celebrated and .? well-known trotting stallion llebelChilde out of Florence, by Boccacio (imp.) ou( of Mystery, by Huon (imp.) Bebeixion was bred by William Allen, ' Esq., 'Elmgrorc,' Beg!, and iVJis foaled :: Now 10, 1899. ?'?' .Hr.liKl.LioN tcok first and special prizt I. ' ?? at Bi«a Shovr, 1900. EEDEL OttlLDE. LV sire ol Rebellion, in by tliu celt bmt--d imi«rted ''.:? . American trotting horse, Ghildc Harolti, - ? . out of ilie grand jriaro ?Velocity, byKebe] V '??:?' {see Stud Boole). . , ] e:..-,:. ;^.. yEKBEi,GHn,»J! won tin:' two-year-old |iU:yf-i.-«t«aipwii--4:f*t^|;.' iSlsieriiwielr -Park. ?Hpmp W^S^'f^-Ttii'tiott:'- {rSacqra-2'hiileS' ;...

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LORD MAYOR ELECT. LORD CHANCELLOR SIGNIFIES KING'S APPORVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

, ' LOftD MATOH ELECT. .- ; ?: ?' /_n.$ ? &omp::xmfacmjLfa''si!i3mx^ ^{yea^y^Vi't^fca^cetor^.l^r^i^ff BppBBOt ?^rds;^Bafairaa-^:^i^';padi;^Sx%'i ? berV to receive intimation -«f ihe King'* - ???? '%%£ acquiescence of his appointment. With $- the I^ord Mayor Elect, were me Sheriffs ' and a number of Aldermen end Common Council men in their full official robes. '' Addressing the Lord Mayor, the Lord Chancellor said that in making their ~ Lord Mayor It was the privilege of the City of London alone amongst all the , great cities that the Sovereign himself must show his approval, and the holders of tbe Great Seal were permitted to act . as spokesmen- for the King. He could not say what was the origin of these ancient rights, but tne duties he would have to discharge were of sufficient Im portance to warrant this rare privilege. His i lordship would dispense the abun dant hospitality of the City of Zjontion, which at times was a symbol of the goodwill shared In the heart of Englan...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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VANITY OF SHOP GIRLS. PITTSBURG STORES BAR "TRANSFORMATIONS." [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

? - 'VASlXTO^BHO3P.«wi^ft5 ? \ ?? ;/'TRANsrdEMATJ0MfiS!-feS^3 Prom New Tort, on October IWth^ttte^ ^menr*eariag ntoactIs^|*i#!^BJg£: Mir ironUs, known as j-onipa3oju»'~oF:* :transformatlons.' .?...-? ;-;.i..-,-.s^^3wfe.!| .. Needless to say, the order^iBis^yeSlj;1 grave . «ffehee to the shop girls, jnnSS! nearly fifty «f them have jPrpmn^?? shown their resentment by handln^SinX;'' their resignations. It is even feared ?;'*? that a general strike may ' ensue.^ *'Oentral News.' ?''-. ' ?'?

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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HARVARD HOUSE. HOW MISS CORELLI SAVED IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

HARVARD HOUSE. HOW MISS COBEIAjI SAVED IT. Harvard University, through tue gift of Mr Edward Morris, of Chicago, re cently came Into possession of the Har vard House .hi Stratford-on-AvoD. This house, so Miss Corelli explains hi the 'Harvard Graduates' Magazine' (Bos ton, September), was the home of Kathcrinc Rogers, mother of John Harvard, where ene was wooed ana won. 'The 'idea' which induced Miss Corelli to take steps to rescue the house from vandal hands it may perhaps be Inferred,' says the 'literary Digest,' 'from Miss Oorelli's account was an afterthought of the first esthetic Im pulse to save an Interesting old house. It was seen that nothing could be hoped , for from the local authorities of Strat ford.' 'All tlie links In the chain of Interest connecting the house with the old historic days,' writes Miss Corelli, 'made it an almost pathetic object to me when I- first took up ihy residence . in Stratford some seven years ago, and I viewed with dismay the maltreatment It was...

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PARISIANPORTIA. THE PRETTY BARRISTER [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

* EABISIANPOBTIA. , '''.. :- THE PRETTY BAREISTER, ' ' :, On-22nd Octoberan exceedingly pretty . . ?young-' -«:oman, Mile. Mitopolsky, bornln prance : of - Russian parents, appeared ; |n -- ' cap and E&wn Jn^e' Earla i3purfcittt}ip. wr. peal and '--took the oath as a member «JS ^hfe'sparis Bk^?-;:1^*;.. ':*\- -vy-T'-Z-Z- ? I It ls:jther:ai?t time in JbeTUstor^Scil ' ; JihoVBar' tliatijiso -: young^a- woman '??jbaa i *:f been received -ns -,-* ;»arrlster.: ' 'Mile. ?. ;- . Mitopolsky paisea a!]' her examinations V miost . ^brilliantly, ^Saving' ' Bucceaslvely. '^ 4»curdIrom''.t^.0i^v«^{^'^veaTi*^tiie'r^ degrees «r, Bachelor; M t Arte:«hVifJ-ocjaiy '- - ol I^ws She was accompanied to tht bar )pf ihe courjt3by*;8iE«H «-ovpa iot-sa^^g inbHniBibarrlsteis.^heS5ays «he lnteb^l: to pr«cUse.-^'D^ Mall.' ? o^-v- .^Jxg^ .-?? /'. ;~:\ ^r-^^M^ #^||^

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

SHAKESPEARE'S PROPOSAL. Miss Sterling in ' Shakespeare's Sweetheart' tells us how. Shakes peare met «uid made love to Anne Hathaway. Anne was 'standing by 1 an open window one May morning, when Shakespeare came in sight. -'.Mistress Anno, greeting. Wilt ??.. come a~Hayifig wjtli jm?' - ?'.? ::'S.-iI,3w^ffljJshki:^and',irembJihg; and iEP?~%v ~. '?*ac^-greW'«udaetolK*rilnfibnT'' XjW ifgt - . ^?^^-\':-: W '-y^1 ? '»?'??--????? v -,x-:-. - .-£??»-?;; ?; ? ?; - :v. £$£ - ' ; ; : ^ ;?; Sweet Mistress - Anne,*'j1ie said, Ig&i h .?'-.,?. ; r ; a^ ,. Ws. ToiceH-was, if possible/ a ih.£tr~* J ~'; ''.{-.-''???? shade ' more courteous than before, pSr8* i: J ? .^ 'believe me that thou art the only Kr^* ?',.;'? ? :ltuss that I desire to go ^-Maying SflteT-.: ??-. ?? ?-:? with me. H thou dost refuse me I |W -' will go solitary still.' g^.s : There was that In bis manner faggs ?'_ ... which suggested more than his IS|- i' words ?' which told me that he wished ijsv. *? my company for a much...

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

l^tlJiM^ \-m ftJI:^f/\7 THE WHISKY THAT ^^^^Pi^JllCTlllC M: Xf\f IT I & K Y WILL AGREE WITH ? mI^^ .. -. you. ?

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

? *A1B1BCU«I.Y U»«thiwSB^5«8Mijl'AmBisT FLOW88,

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POLICE BLUNDER. JUDGE'S SON ARRESTED. SCOTLAND YARD APOLOGISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

Mf£c-M£fe'. £UJNPER. JUDGE'S SON ARRESTED. [ eooTiSiro ySd^atoI-cmsises.; An astounding mistake by the police, followed by a complete, apology on their part, occurred on Tuesday evening, 22nd October, when Mr H. jaspar Selwyn, only surviving son o£ the late Lord Jus tlce Selwyn, was arrested on leaving the. Pavilion Music Hall, taken to Vine street police station, searched, and placed In a cell, after being accused of being- an ex-convlct whose name is well known to the public, and who, it ap pears. Is 'wanted' for failing to report himself on a ticket-of-ieave. Mr Selwyn was liberated after his Identity had been established, and hi an Interview he had with Sir Melville Mac naghten yesterday morning at Scotland Yard, the profound regret of the police j was expressed at the blunder. This was ( followed by a letter from Sir Melville to Mr Selwyn, expressing the same sen timents, and stating that the officer In volved (a man with 22 years' service to his credit) had been dealt with fro...

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POISON IVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

POISON XVT. Poisonous berries are (remarks a cor respondent of the ' Westminster Gazette') In many parts of America a much less serious taut to. the unwary than the 'poison Ivy.' Not many -weeks ago a pedestrian, rambling through a grove near a latoe In Wisconsin, cam* across a roughly chalked sign, 'Keep away. Danger,' He afterwards learned that fifty cbolr-boyB had unwittingly established a summer camp there in a wilderness at poison ivy. Most of th«m had rolled about It, ground the camp fire, on the evening of their arrival. The next rooming they were in a pitiful cpn ?attioa. The cook of the party happily possessed some medical knowledge, and was able to relieve the sufferings of some by a wash of baking-soda and water, while others, rttiose skins writhed under that treatment, were benefited by cream of tartar and water, or by a de coction «r wild elderberry blossom?, or by a preparation of the wild mlmuliu.

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UNE AFFAIRE DE COEUR. A CUB HUNTING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

UNE AFFAIRE DE CttUR. A CUB HinJTINO*OTOKT, V 3y RAYMOND NBBDHAM. % \ 'Are you HI, Hubert? Xba look J?a^ to-day,' said Greatore*, Oii meeting 7me at G a.m. In the hall at Laagton Towers. 'Indeed, I have Bceh'tmerflerJ** I re-' piled. 'What lack you, and where Ites .your grief?' he laughed. \/ '' s';' 'In sooth, you'll know when o' this you've had a week,' and I limped off to the stables to look at my gee.' ^ . ? - An Invitation for a fortnight in the cubbing season Is, on the face of It, ln bocent enough, but it is only so on the. face of it The 'county' has turned the country Into a maelstrom, and the ou colic calm is confined to the cottage. Langton Towers, at any rate (wblcji Is' within easy range of three packs of hounUs); Is a seething; eddy, and I irtgrh for the doldrums of Piccadilly. A 'town' day which begins Just be fore lunch and Includes a dance or a theatre, and bridge -till 2 or 3 or. 4, IB I1 a perfectly reasonable thing, but a day which beginE at 6 and comprises cubbi...

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OLDEST PHOTOGRAPHER. DEATH OF A PERSONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

OLDEST PHOTOGRAPHER. DEATH OF A PERSONALITY. At the age of eighty-eight Mr William Hardy Kent, who was regarded as the oldest photographer in the world, died at his residence at Eastbourne on 29th September. Mr Kent, whq was as well known In the United States as In England, spent his early years In New Bedford, Massa chusetts, which was then the headquar ters Of tue wnaung luuuairy- a. iK\\ years after Daguerre's Invention he learned the art of photography, and in 1S48 he opened his first studto In New York. So great was his success that after realising a small fortune he came to England in 1854, and opened three London studios— one In Oxford street, one In Hegent Btreet, and another at Knlghtsbrldge. He had an Intimate knowledge of the Improvements successively Introduced Into photography, but for a time de voted his attention to a manufacturing business. A change in fashion, how ever. Induced him to return to his first occupation, and in 1878 he .opened a business In Eastbourne. A...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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THE DAILY ROUND. VERSUS MILITARISM, [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

THE DAILY BOUSD. ? VBSBSUS MaJTABISM, , Mr Harold Cos, M.P., was/one of the1 English committee who recently visited; 1 Switzerland to . examine -the military 1 system* of that -country at the instiEa tion of the National Service League. ', ; In a yery interesting nrticle In the 'Nineteenth .Century*' *6r October oni 'The Swiss Army and England's Needs,' he admits that the Switzer likes I his military ienrice, and Tolontarily/ nndertakes even more flian : Is ImpdlPV -4 aponhlm jbj tteJBttftfeftf ToeiPible lifta « ^B^the^SwJlM'ByM^^PPUratotKW*;^ J^iollT^rTB^JceqiflnaMrSpmiiec^l^ ties? ?'?.?-.^'.\' '?:'-? ?;:i-i;.v?^j(;?£.'^ 'Where tnepe are -one liuhdred^en;'? K argues Mr. iOo^.^ana^anjyjten _'.»» re-' .; □ulfcd - for ii''^ particular ';i5ervicH ;th®^ ? iiujhc hundred contribute iaccoj:-l|ftg *o --; tbelr means towards the wafeesSsf^thPBe ' / ten who undertake Hie service, '.HUfes -' wages being fixed at Euch n figure ps may be necessary to luauce ' ten suit able- men tftomc forward.....

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

&%M^^#3PiRbposEv y t- SOME NOVElisT-EXMffipEEsT' ' One has been led to believe (re ' marks the ' Daily Hail') by old fashioned novelists that in ' the good old days' a nan knelt when asking the hand' of the woman he adored. Did he really do anything of the kind? . According to the latest novels, though they may be romantic and fanciful in other respects, the hero seems to propose with some reason able sentiment that the obligation is not all on one side. One gathers that he is more manly — a more sclf ? respecting hero— and that he still re tains some measure of intelligence in the presence of the woman he loves.

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WEALTHY MAN'S SUICIDE. COUNTRY HOUSE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 1 January 1908

WEALTHY MAWS SUICIDE. COUNTRY HOUSE TRAGEDY. At five o'clock on Saturday even Ing, 12th October, James Baird Jackson, a wealthy young man, sat in his study at Horsham and joked, with one of his guests. At six o'clock that guest found Mr Jackson dead in a neighboring meadow, with a revolver wound in his forehead. Last night a Coroner's jury sat in the study from which the young man went forth to his death, in order to investigate the matter. . Mr Jackson lived on the outskirts of Horsham, in a beautiful house ' known as Mill Mead, which is sur rounded by two or three acres 'of : grounds. He had been connected with the Highland Light Infantry, and is believed to have taken part In tho Boer War. He was married about a year ago, and had no kind of worry, domestic or financial. Tho young widow told the jury last night, 14th October, that ber husband ' had no cares that she knew of. The facts of the traeedv were re lated by Mr Frederick Hastertnan Johnson, a retired naval lieutenant, who,...

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