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LORD CROMER'S WARNING. EGYPT FOR THE EGYPTIANS! [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

ttiR9 CROMERS WARHINC [?] ?'???? f^Pe*k*'f ?*»? M^'slon Honse on gUrOc '''Veoxae . «t; Bioce irho eoagbt to mislead the ; Egyptian*. , ?-,: : were tbe worst enemies sot ; : JtKrpU»nJptoere«s.' There was but one 'metitoi oTaaJlac with tbe unreet lo Egypt, V --^=*-?to feontraQgiBtGwHy- jto flo their duty 4oward» the jfeople at a whole; to come Omni -wits « .tour hand npon extremtotu when tltey o?er .?tappqd the llmlU pi tbe law, and not to be - deterred t-y their proceedings from adopting ?rach reform* «» -wools satisfy all moderate ? «ufl ieuon«ble men.'] . ' CAEIO, 26th October. '.-'''-. The dominant feature of the poliU ? cal situation in Egypt is the growth ? of nationalism. From the upper ; classes, which are saturated with it, V: and . where it originated in its pre :vc:-»ent torm, JtiB spreading rapidly jto jijsyitbB' lower j.. -It;$eryes:no. good pur /-#«j»oSB^ratiei!, -jthe.' jconirary-^-to burke ffi^J^ii&^acjf ;jw^l6MBii£Sit ;is aibt iby: : ^^y^3rtdicaU^-?'?lt,,|li^-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

...... jy^-. . - miit ?? - ?'? ? :'. - -jadjveriismgl[ Undoubtedly takes I };: ..awij^tlie busijgeisB from those who do not -advertise ana gives it to those who do, and those who have* succeeded best, growing day by dny, have been those who havo been the most a*'j'j-res^steiitiwl^pi'-is(yiSjJin'ir ;season and i£.Ji out of- 'season./ . .-r-* /.'?,.?' * ¥ Interest Awakenkd. ^. ! iIiiteiiest#i\yti£^iieclifJ'drjr»rlieremthe marvellous cures of cuts, burns and ?WOUnds with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic ' Liniment.' Price. In. fill. and3s, Ob v taiuablefrom W. J..H. YiflWry/ciiein ?. ? ist, Picton.-— (Adyt ) ?^-.??''''??'ii^wJcsso*1 Behrnig, lW famous fier ?j::; :lin f-Jirciivlist ou pulmonary diseases,' ? is ?qnou-rl by 'Science Sittings' as op posing ilie-PnsUiur system, of purifying rtilk. . He ciiiiflemns also the steri lisation of mil k1 find the boiling of ?water to render them innocuous. He further ptntes that boiled mijk is uu 5?;^:|jiitpft3T(96a for plants; Rffijthat the boiling of wate...

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TRADE SECRETS. THEIR DISCLOSURES [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

TRADE SECRETS. TBEER DISCLOSURE. Yesterday -22nd October) Captain R. Mulrheaa Collins, the representative o£ the Australian Commonwealth in Lon don, received a deputation from the 'owners of proprietary articles section' of the London Chamber of Commerce, with reference to the proposal ot the Commonwealth Government to Intro duce legislation 'requiring that all artl uciai xooob lot uujuim uu tm iuuimici tary medicines entering Commonwealth sports, shall *ear: labels stating the'ppm ?IXBltion of «uch articles, Jlhe . prflpos^1 legislation arises out of the report o£ the Royal Commission on Secret Drugs ana Cures, an abstract of which appeared 4n 'The Times' of 12th October. The deputation consisted ot some 20 representatives of manufacturers of proprietary medicines, and was intro duced by Mr Kenrlc B. Murray, secre tary of the London Chamber of Com merce. It was urged by one of the speakers that disclosure of formulae meant .complete loss or proprietary rights, ft having been decide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

-:,'.- ? ? ? ? ; — : — -:o: ? : ? ? ', ? ? Dental Surgeon '?'? of 181 Macquarie Street. City, may be consulted at his residence 'Linden', ? [ . ? next door to the Protestant Hall, * , Meuangle Street, Picton. \ 'llEAlTSTYLE SUITS. ~~~ Perfect in eveiy way to measure. i. . - if?it, comfort, elegauce, style, wear. Hand6ouie new seasons suitings and trouserings. : . ? A grent variety of fancy vostijigs. FRANK STOTT, PBAOTIOAL TAILOR, : ARGYLB-STREKT, right opposite Mr. Devitfs Hotel.

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WILD ANIMALS IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

wzld jutzbiaia nr india. The total number of people killed by wild anlnuUs in India daring 1006 vras 2084, as against 2051 in 1905. This is according to a Government return. Wolves are reported to hare Wiled 178 persons in the United Provinces. Iu the Madras Presidency tigers were re sponsible for the greater mortality re ported, while a mad wolf in the Shobt deaths. In Bengal the. number of per sons killed by elephants rose from 9 in ifiOfe to IS In 1906, «nd a proposal has It Is stated, l-een made by the magte teate of Outtadc for the organisation of a kheddala that district Tigers killed a larger bomber of pereons than In 1S05 m Madras, Bombay, the Cnltea Pro Vlnceg.^and Burma, and steps have been taken for the destruction of nian-cattug tigers 4a these provlneea. Three man -eating tigers were destroyed in Sambal juir, Angul, «nd Mandnlar In 390G. The perions reported to have died from suake-bitea numbered 22,654, : against 21,797 in 1905, iho increased mortality betug ascribed t...

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NUDE SOULS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

'??'?;?; inmEsotrts. Privacy Is a. thing of the past; Jt has gone beyond recall One's clothes, one's pastimes, one's -manner of eating, one's handwriting, are used as searchlights Into our innermost souls. ? It le a ter-. rible thing to think that one should ever walk abroad with a nude soul. What Is moet wentefl 1b some' certain means of keeping ourselves out of the glare.— I 'Lady's Pictorial.' I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

? , ? ^ ? „ ? . , \ The LONE HAND. THE AUSTRALIAN fUCUZlNE. An expression of patriotism with- . out party feeling. Of romance and sentiment without pessimism. Of art and letters without preju dice. Tta* BEST SHILLINGS' WORTH IN THE WORLD. Subscribe direct to the office, or to your nearest news agent. OFFICE: 314 George St. Sydney. N.S.W. OPPOSITE CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION. The GRA4V0 flOtEL. ? . . : , 819 OEORaE BT. SOUTH. ??: Htst-Classi^omjnoaaHoi vipermi ??;. j moderate. Every convenience tor coua viBifors. One trial will: suffice .-'. ? WINES & SPIHITS of tttB BEST BE A.NDB- RICHARD OAUT, PROPRIETOR. ' CRICKET ! ! ! fRUMPER & CARTER AUSTRALIAN XI. ' For next season's CRICKET GOODS. Praotioe Bats 5/6. Ulttcb . .. We, 10 6. IBS. Bills 4/3. RELY ON EXPERTS at 134 MARRBTST., SYDNEY. GROSVENGK HOTEL. CHURCH HILL, SYDNEY. Unrivalled accommodation. Every con venience for visitors. Close to Circu lar Quay and trams. Moderate tariff. Or rooms may be had separately, and meal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

((cfcpsm: ??'??? * \S^^ Imported / : A. M. P. Society. Q ECURE ft Policy in the Leading-' lj and Most Liberal society id Australasia. PaH j-art'cn1'™ n' * application to H. MARKHAM MILLS, District Representative, 'Orere,' Sister's Crescent, Dnnn mif\ np, Sydney ^ W. ANBE1LSON, FLtJH«ER, OALVANWED IRON WOK&KR ANP TINSMITH, Sfenangle-street Ficton. Ill kinds of Dairy UteWrtis made mi wpairofl. BatHe Tanks, Guttering. Do»ajnp» «o-i Capping made »«H fi*»d t at the «io trwiwra , *' f JOHN BAi EUP~ * i tSenrrat Cnwrler 1 iMEKANGtE-RTHEBT, PICTON Fnrnitrfne carefally packed and Jreraoved to any part t-i tbe district, on tie Shortest Notice CJw^s Smelly IMfoileruU? gmetiGstl Tailors, , AUrtytE-oTRUET, I'ICTON *«*tRtaab'VM*l*f'i» chemist's sliop ) \iT-hs famous Mariuallow Ointment jjreparea from the frwJi Marsh i ?viw$w ?**»«* *uuw ali wounds t^'s frtfileteu? jtf|Be«ii-eB, ec/etna. etc, ib it» **-*«?** f-^-^.-H; WCK.ABD, , that tfrvl* t -V; ^ jqSM j , . -larded ii%ia *^j i« I *'f '* ...

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CHILDREN AND PUBLIC-HOUSES. LONDON'S UNPLEASANT LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

CHILDREN AXD PUBLIC. HOUSES. LONDON'S UNPLEASANT LEAD. A series or letters from Chief Con etablea In tlie larger provincial towns, and in London are published as a Paper by the Home Office. They deal with the ' practice of women and children fre quenting pubiie-houpes. A caution is given that the figures must be used with dlscretlnn hw-onM fa«- wbmhIa mi ?*& Karris one city the figures may reprefpnt the extent of the practice in a number of licensed premises known to be mast fre quented by women and /thlldren, while as regards another city they may relate to premises representing various teea of public-uauees and Including houses not likely, by reason of their situation, tha class of customers, or other circumstan ces, to be much, frequented by women and children. Thus; whrle the table shows for 'tis houses to ' Bristol . -2.M1 children; «/ the rate of .«3 per house -«r hour. It has been ascertained that fifteen houses account for no' fewer than 1,642 of these children, or a...

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LORD CROMER IN THE CITY PRESENTATION OF THE FREEDOM. SPEECH ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS. THE FUTURE OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

LORD GROMER IN THE CITY PHESENfATIOlr OP THE FHEE DOM, SPEECH ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS. THE FUTURE OF EGYPT. The old arrangement by which a more or less formal business tran saction took place under the oaken dais near the Guildhall porch, with a lavish display of the City's gold plate to serve as a background for the picture, when honor was to be done to a distinguished visitor by his enrolment as an honorary Iree man, seems to have Ijcen abandoned. It led to the overcrowding of the picture— the officers of the Corpora tion, . the Aldermen, ana trie truest 01 honor had to be satisfied with re stricted space on a comparatively narrow platform. Now, however, better-use is made of the picturesque features of the fine old hall. To-day Tiord Cromer was the recipient of the freedom, and for him, as was the case when a similar compliment was paid to Viscount Fushimi not long ago, a large platform had been erected occupying Oiio end of the hall, raised well ubove the ground, covered ... . with a...

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DOUBLE DOOR FASTENER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

' boraix boos : fabteheii. ' For well securing a double barn door, or any other double door, an effective and economical device is depicted In the accompanying Illustra tion. B is a lever 16 in. long. A hole Is bored . at B for attachment by bolt to the block A. The latches OC are attached to the lever at. either side of B, so that' an upward movement of .the lever removes the bolts CC, while a downward movement forces them into the mortises In the sills provided for them. The latches should be made ', and attached to the door before the ' mortises are made, a plan which will . shorten .and simplify the arrangement of flttlne. { . ? '????_ ;???';

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MANNERS IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

MANNERS IN HORSES. Manners ftr horses are of the greatest Importance, end one would naturally think would have . considerable weight with the Judges when harness classes come before them. I have watched the Judging of harness classes this season, says 'Looker On,' in ''Mark Lane Ex press,' and, so far ...as I have been able to follow it . has appeared as if action w« uic BTO^it, i[ hdl uib guy consmer atlon. Byf action Is not everything. In some instances — a few only — I have seen tbe Judges recognise this fact, and put a popular favorite back on ac count of some minor defect in joint or limb — for being -woto, in fact. But I have never seen manners much a pro minent qualification for, a sbowyard horse. Yet a horse cannot be a high class harness horse without manners; Indeed, manners are essential in every horse, exespt a racehorse, before^ha . Is entitled to rank in the first class. I am speaking, of course, of the finished article which the show harness horse ie supposed to be. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

[?] L-; . uJiJ-i PIPES. v^MBBE and' MEEESHAUM Cte&raiia' Cigarette BoldenlT^ ?-?'?n? , 'ana Sandrioi. -Try our.Sydney Hixtors {medium) land Austral Mixture (strong) ? f- ^ -

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DRESS-COAT EQUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

DRESS-COAT EQPAXITT, We are menaced by a renaissance of . the blue dress-coat Will it serve to _ raise up class barriers? At present we are dying from excess of equality. Whe- ' ther It be on the back of a 'Grand Dufce smoking his cigarette during the en tr'acte In the theatre, or that of a -timid poet asked tor the first time to recite his verses before a party of bluestock ings In the Quartler Salnt-Germain-dea- . PIres, or on that of the aercC Xoclalist in the drawing-room of a foreign finan cier—it is always the black dress-coat; - — 'Gaulolst' Paris. . ,. ,.,wU. ,

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AN OUTSIDE HOSPITAL PATIENT. THE QUESTION OF SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

AN 1MSIDE HOSPITAL PATIENT. THE QUESTION OF SYMPATHY. W. R. Titterton writes In the London 'Dally News':— The other day I went to a hospital to be measured for a pair of spectacles. .In nocently I «itent in at the wrong door. The big, -front door. And a porter found me. What did I want? I told him. Out-patients round at the side entrance — there was a notice upon the wall which cald so ; hadn't I seen it ? (This at an eve hosnltain He snapped at me with insolent aggrlevement. I thanked him humbly, and went round to the small side door, where a crowd was waiting, and the door was closed. -But the legend on the doorpost told us that out-patients were to attend between 8 and 10 a.m., and eight was just striking, so I might expect no very long term of waiting. It was the usual crowd of patients at a. 'poor' hospital— mostly of the work Ing class, ana one or two clerks stiff under the weight of their unworthy sur roundings. Many other diseases present or imply more harrowing, more horrib...

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FARM AND FIELD. Suffolk Punch Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

[?] teAWKi^is?^W-=»»^S^ ?fEb.' ./-IS-s.vSoffliieilly. f tte Suffollf 'Punch. Thlf Hhf; ' ? '':' i. ?jjjlcsfiituw been ' from ; time Immemorial K'?-V KLI'itjionflned -to' a : strip - ol country . on W^-** ' 3/v;;%tSer s'de of the' British Channel. The E? V * /frt. 'f&eE'- Anflre Sansonjwbo was a careful 8V'1 '- '' -'end «arnest student of the life-history fejp^ --?:''? ?:??'?? ?** the .various races of our domestic SSgjjp-i ^ ?' animals, wats . In some doubt as to the g.-- . ?'?- place ol origin 01 tnts race, dui at ue ii!' ».''-' lleved It. to have been at some central iV1. point of the country along where the ? '?_-'? .Straits of Dover now exist, before Ene .!. ; ? land -was separated from the Conti ;, ' -hent Though the race. .Is found on ' ;,?- both aides of. the Channel, It Is in ''''. England, and in the county trbm which i: ????'. V . . « tiikes its;jttame#,'that.*tt -has attained &i^':. .-;? -ata -v^h^^taiidttind^i-i;..3eic'peUence.*', ij^S-,:; ?» #*bIUob;;oI ...

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Defect in Farmyard Manure. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

Defect in F«mnT»-rd Manure. There Is no fertiliser, that can J»e more ' --.??-.?' profitably used on the'term tnin farm /yard manure, the resulting by-product In feeding live stock of all classes. It ''?'?' ' constitutes a ertillper not generally '1, appreciated as it should tie. The value .'?'of the manure may be Increased^ very 1 considerably by feeding such concen trates as gluten meal, linseed meal, and cotton-seed meat It Is for this reason that dairy farmers and those engaged exclusively In live stock Industries have' been able to maintain the fertility of their Unds for Indefinite periods, and often con clude that commercial fertilisers cannot be used to advantage under their con ditions. This is' frequently a mistake, and- their land, often becomes over abundantly supplied with humus, as compared with the mineral elements of plant food, which are regarded as es sential for the successful growth and . development of ail Carm crops. Asa ??? . - carrier of available plant food,...

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BELGIAN BOOKSTALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

-j s^qi^'moobbtAssM^ There are no ftook)^u^«h Belgian railways (observes : a_ wmfei 'tih. '-' the 'Westminster; -€taKtte'),Aihey, having' been dosed by order of tne ^Government, but whether In the Interests of the pas senger's eyesight or that his attention should not be distracted, from the ad vertisement of soap, in three languages, which are the pride of the Netherlands, does not appear. An association of authors and Journalists has been formed at Spa, which will petition lor leave to found and maintain bookstalls on the State railways. Some of the frontier towns are less dependent upon printer's Ink than one would have imagined pos-~ Bible In thle eouritiryi' fThe ^'bookseller' at Bastogne, being *6ke3 to display his wares, brougbttput a. selection of ac count-books, ana replied to the remon strance of a traveller, etorm-etayed In this unexciting spot, 'There are so many books that, if I had one. It is un likely ft would be the one you wish for; therefore, It is well to bare non...

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THE DEATH OF THE EXILE. A VIGNETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

THM lW.lfc'i'M. QJ* !??»?« 1*K 11.^. A VIGNETTE. Sceur Marie- Veronlque was dead. She had been 111 a long time, ana her deli cate wasted face' looked strangely small under the sombre shadow ot her veil. It was, too, almost as pale as the white coif which famed It. The black habit covered her from neck to foot; its heavy darkness broken by the white handij where they rested upon It, folded and dasDlnk a brown rosary, of which tbe gleaming crucifix showed between her little thin fingers. In one hand ehe held the single pale bloom of a Illy. Her lips were faintly parted, ana ete looked rather as If ehe were saying her rosary, and almost, too, as If the effort were fa tiguing, her. I thought I had never eeen a dead person look so little dead; per haps it was the effect of the familiar habit, the so-carefully adjusted veil— the habiiments in which one wna accustomed to see the little exilee French nun go about her aally work. Through the closed Venetian blinds a wan eun gleamed furtively...

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