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THE KISSES OF WOMEN. WHAT DO THEY PROVE? [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

THE KISSES OF WOMEN. WHAT DO THE* PROVE* The deceltfulnesB of women has been handed down from age to age, and has been passed from one comic paper to another, until the sterner sex have come 'to look upon it, as an essential evil trait to the. female -character... : Bat are women greater sinners in this respect than tnen? The latter 4to o.uote their own words) scoS loudly at the 'Judas-like' Wss which women glve~ eacn omer wnea wey u»w-h w*** «*«-- difference Is there In that and the hand shake with' which a dozen times a day men greet others for whom they have a great contempt and dislike? 'But we don't meet them If we can help It ,' Is their excuse. Jvjrt as If woman runs after people she does not like! It Is easy enough for a man to slip out of tils club or -res- taurant or cross the street to order to avoid an Insufferable bragBart~«r bore, but couid bis wife rise and ftoruptly tateiieave«f-her hostess jajtiiii ;'at^ home,' lor instance, because jajgfij who copies herba*s:2ias,e...

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MODERN WRITERS. MR STANLEY WEYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

MODERN WRITERS MB STANLEY WEYJIANV . It is a good many years back that a tale of adventure entitled 'The House of the Wolf' was running somewhat obscurely in the pages of ' Longman's Magazine' over a new name. That name was Stanley Wey man, an author who was making his UU1T W «? HU1IU CIO U1IV Ul VUC ?llfilj' literary folk who have been dis covered, invented, encouraged, or promoted by Mr Arthur Lang. No one, if we remember right, paid overmuch attention to ' Tho House of tho Wolf,' and yet it inaugurated the career of the chief historical ro mancer of our time. The tale dealt with tho France of Bartholomew's Day, and to France Mr Weyman has been unusually faithful. His reputa tion burst into flower a little later Yr It'll n. UVLllrlCLUUIl Ul *? I CUllA^t when he was publicly acclaimed as our own champion of the historical novel. This title he vigorously justified with successive books, ' Under the Bed Kobe,' ' My Lady Eotha,' ' The Bed Cockade,' and others. Not but what he put tent...

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THE CONGO. MORE REVELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

THE CONGO. MORE REVELATIONS. Another opportunity of learning' the truth, about the Congo State and the methods of government habitually prac tised -by Its Sovereign,' Sing Leopold II,', of Belgium, has been afEordea aurtng the past week, r ribe ^m^',&im:~-trWfi .'have' received jrom Mr E. D.-Mdrel =a copy of -a document 'which Ms Sssojia-' ire & orrtK' ngnce »»«i uk ooudu^ ax III the plain, unvarnished tolf tA a. wntkot -S0 rolje* Jtoken*4iy.J*r -Sas»le,aawiS6cK,, liloratlon Since Jt Was coauned'to'ihaT llllli Jrtwwn wwuui. tliB XJnWlne jfle to C- uronne, which Jhaugl tea times the (?Irs Ht Belgium Itself, la actually the. jlr Scrtven^ exploit tour ^©^ ^gb,^' tmdr^s^be9':ln^teinu:t-^^iBiUTea- /public 'opinion l»th te; this country and - elsewhere. ;~- '- .'.' v' r'r't/\;^ ::..,. ''! :'.L:'? HOW REFORMS HAVE FAILED. - 'Mr Scrinever1* report led to many promises of reform, and to the promul gation of certain new laws. Mr Mur doch's main object In visiting the diB trlct...

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STEAMER MYSTERY. NEW LIGHT ON ENGLISHWOMAN'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

STEAMER MYSTERY. NEW LIGHT ON ENGLISHWOMAN'S DEATH. The Now York correspondent of the London 'Dally Mall' wrote on 17th Oc tober: — The body of Miss Gardiner, the Vealthy spinster, of Manchester, whose mysterious death is exercising the police authorities of Newport, now rests in the house of Mr S. P. Rhodes, of Brooklyn. Mr Rhodes, who returned from Newport to-dav. in the nenheiv of tho ricccaK?d. wbo was staying several weeks in America with her sister-in-law. When I called upon them this even Ing her relatives expressed Indignation it the supineness of the Newport police, who, after an investigation lasting two : days, abandoned their efforts to solve the mystery of the finding of the body In Newport harbor. The police are now said to declare that the lady must have fallen over the cliffs while walking be fore taking tho night boat to New York last Friday, in New York It was first reported that Miss Gardiner had actually boarded the steamer, and tbe theory ! was advanced that ass...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

WIT AND HUMOR. ?That journalist,' remarked the Xing oi. . the Cannon Ball Islands, ai no polished oit lbs - . ;; last rib, 'it what I would call a finished - - Bcholar.' Dlggs: Wliy, according to this sundial your/* watch is nearly an hour fast' Biggs: Oh,Cr my watch le all right, but the sun is nearly on hour slow. Mrs UJSy: Is Mrs Swagger at home? Ser vant; No, ma'am; she went out to call on you. Mrs HJSy: How very tortunate tor up both. Said I to Mary, 'Are you hungry!' 'Yes,' said she, 'I am.' So 'Name your choice,' I said. And Mary Bad a little lamb. Head ol Bbrelsn Trada Office: Where would you prefer to go at our agent? Young Travel ler: Well, 11 possible, where the Datives are vegetarime. Roderick: So when the curtain went down the audience made a great demonstration? Did they call lor the star? Von Albert: Yes, if you epcll star backwards. ., . - 'Now then,' shouted the rich man, peering ?;;? ooutionEly over tho doorway. 'I want you. 'Well!' chuckled the burglar, reaching f...

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AN UNCONVENTIONAL JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

AN TTNCONVENTIONAL JUDGE. Tho statement of Judge Willis- the other day that a single man can live In England In comfort on LI a week was very likely .the result of the learned Judge's own personal experience, for he began life as a draper's assistant, and made his way by sheer bard work and cleverness to his present eminent posU tton. He is; Indeed, says 'M.A.P.,' one of the most remarkable examples of what perseverance and grit can accom plish. The eon of a straw-bat manu facturer, he was born at Dunstable Irt 1835. On leaving school, he obtained a situation In Luton, ana afterwards came to London, where he was In business for six years. But his energetic nature was not content with the dull routine of bust' ness life, and in 1S57 he matriculated at London University, obtaining his B.A. degree two years later, til 1861 he was called to the Bar, and rapidly distin guished himself as an able advocate* 1877 saw him a Q.C., ana in 1897 he be' came a full-blown Judge. He Is one of ] the...

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THE ORTHODIAGRAPH. READER OF HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

THE OBTHODIAG&APH. READER OP HEARTS. The human heart Is fast losing Its mystery. You can actually see It nowa days—or, rather, you can observe Its movements in a shadow picture oy means of the Rontgen Rays. The fact is not now, but the facilities for apply ing the idea to medical science have de veloped wonderfully,- and the authorities of St. Bartholomew's Hospital are proud of the latest addition to their electrical department It Is called an 'orthodla- Eraph,' because it gives a tracing of the object disclosed in exact relative dimen sions. The apparatus has four arms, one ot whlfh holds a small circular greenlEh yellow screen, one. a wide black ring, one a wooden case, and the other the little reservoir that octs as a pencil for the tracing. . .Against a tall canvas screen In the. dark -stands, the person who wants pia_ Jnter}ia.i #rgaw:Sto be seen at work; ippoaiis, and the - motions, of the. heart, reflected on the screen, may be followed. Attached to the front of the ...

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BEAUTIFUL LONDON. A CITY OF MOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

ii^iliO^^ ? A t&TV 6V MOODS^ 5 It is yet an article of faith with tbe great majority of people to regard Lon don as being a place containing a -vast number of grey buildings, much mis ery, a little fierce happiness, and an fiver-threatening and often-present fog. Those people are living in the wrong faith. Certainly there are many miles of streets which are sometimes grim ana grey; out tne nngniesi iace m um always smiling— it has Its serious mo ments. Tbe face of London is often brooding, but often too, the sun touches it wltb magic fingers, and the grim face smiles delightfully. The smile which replaces the dull expression Is ,joyous to behold— one of beauty and Inviting friendliness. . THE MAGIC OF COLOR. . London Town has many exquisitely beautiful prospects; many moments when the streets are flnsbod like the delicate hedge rose at sunset; other mo ments when ?windy heaven has .entered item, efl3o 'wing .-the towers a»d spires -With a jnlracnlous 1»lne veU, . to turn ;ta...

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ROBBED OF L2000. AUSTRAUAN'S FIRST ADVENTURE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

BOBBED OF 1.2000. AUSTRALIAN'S FIRST ADVENTURE IN LONDON. A tan, middle-aged Australian far mer, for the first time in London, sur prised the Old street magistrate and the police yesterday (18th .October) by his facility for getting Into dangerous quarters, and by his fortunate escape with only L2000 of hie money lost He -Was ^described as -'William Brown, gen tleman and farmer, of Brisbane.' Jane 'sgpe^M':|ttJB™wg^S--*ttecs«qmlWi to j^naonfrpm^utbampton, -he struck up an *equialntance with the woman at 8. o'clock In the morning 'somewhere to the street.':' J He went with her even tually to some place, as strange as the streets to him. . There he miBsed his pocket-book, and gave a boy a chilling to find & constable. - A search was made, but the lost property could not be found. '.'Were you sober?' asked the magistrate. The. Australian answered, 'I was never drunk io, my life.' Mr Cluer: I shouldTBave thought only after a good deal of drink would a gen tleman' have picked up ...

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A LADY'S CHEQUES. STRANGE FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

A LADY'S CHEQUES. STRANGE FINANCIAL TRAN SACTIONS. At Marylebone on 22nd October. Fred erick Helbert, aged forty-two, a person of good appearance, living at Belgrave etreet, was charged with fraudulently converting to his own use a cheque for L550 which was given to him for the purpose of Investment Mr A. Moresby White, barrister, pro secuted; Mr Freloe Palmer, solicitor, was for the defence. Miss Frances McCarthy, a middle aged lady, residing at Longrldge road. South' Kensington, said that In May, 1B0B, she was the owner of the lease of a flats'at-' BurwwJ plaen, Coonaught square. She placed tho matter In the hands of tbe estate agepts. The pris oner called and negotiated for the pur chase. She mentioned to him the came of her solicitors. He said tbfy wers scoundrels. She mentioned that they bad L600 of her monec He went with her to the colicitore, and after she had received from them L605 that belonged to her he suggested that s:ie should put It into a c'utta percha company of whi...

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The Meat Supply is America. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

»Si»»w«riM«A*^ P^S^I^SSJ1908 »» 'fewer 'than ^^^^»^^fce|Siated,Stties, '3Site! 1H Afe.*oriaei6iSkttoni:-iinfl hn, *)*h&.'S i^ijft.^ r«ly anmber*fp|S carcases examined **V „' ilfeP*^1?' wi».^S8,07, classified -??*? p»^A^/.^^M^«,A^re63y«¥1Mrftppear,. i^S^^i^iS^^V^fcricKna^

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THE DAIRY. STRIVE FOR QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

;fSpiE^I*!il^#^ . irKr^E TOS.QVJOXTX. :Jt aoes «?t fallow ttat tiecaiise a far- . mer has been liberal taV hU iupply of Mod to'iiis cattle that he obtains a cor respondingly high return.* Although as a rule the man who spends very little Obtains a ptwr return, yet It frequently happens that a generous sum spent In food is unrewarded, and -here we come to one of ? the'ciilel [-difficulties of the' whole subject (says a writer In the 'Uve Stock Journal''). It Is next to beasts; the only plan to be adopted with such is to make them fat tor the butcher as rapidly as possible. The dairy far mer's object Is to' feed good cattle as well as he knows how. and then' he will get his return. It is not so much the yield of milk as the weight of fet which it contains, for tt Is the fat which Is the chief conBtltueut of butter. TSierfefore In breeding for. leturna? ithis partner's chief ,^)'e^-y:ii$^^a;.%t^V:*iiniinufacturer^ .w.*!'^J*er.':*t^n(*^:;^.-:;crSMnery;!'ls.- ^.?.j^l^j^-j^i^i^'*^!!''!^^^...

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STICKING TO ONE BULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

STlfSKBHa TO OHS BUXX. Having made up one's mind bb to what is wanted In the matter of dairy cattle. It is well to keep on in that line : with a pure bred bulL One will then have a uniform herd of some kind, and as a general proposition a better grade of milkers. HrW. E. Jones, before the late Illinois Dairyman's Association, as ; reported in the 'Prairie Farmer,' says . on tbls subject:. 'You get a reputation In a short time of having a good breed ; oi came, even H you never naa a pure j bred female on the place, providing you , have a sire of the same breed for , two or three succeeding generations. Even with the greatest care that can be used in selecting calves, there will I be disappointments. Occasionally, a calf that you expected the greatest things from proves a disappointment. The beet sires are often sacrificed before tbelr real worth U known. On several occa sions we would have 'given many times what a comparatively gpod bull could be bought for If we could'get back some ...

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THE PANAMA CANAL. DROPPING AN IRONCLAD DOWNSTAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

THE PANAMA CANAL DROPPING AN IRONCLAD DOWNSTAIRS. To drop ironclads and other vessels down an' 85ft staircase— that In elemen tal English is the purpose of the Panama Canal, and that the phrase is no exaggeration may be proved from the fact that it Is taken from the En gineering Supplement of the ''Tlmas' (Oct. 16), and that a M.I.C.E., Mr W. Henry Hunter, is responsible for it. The two alternatives for making the Canal are a sea-level .canal or a high level canal. The second one Is in favor with the Government of the United States, but no definite decision has been reached, the work now being done at Panama being necessary in either case. If the high level canal is made it means that If a vessel In the Atlantic wants to get Into the Pacific by means of the canal It will have to climb by means of locks to an elevation of 85ft to the artificial lake of thirty-two miles long (with an area of 221 square miles), which 'Ib the characteristic of the Ugh levcl canal.' Then when it has trav...

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ON IMMORTALITY. THE DREW LECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

ON IMMORTALITY. THE DREW LECTURE. Sir Oliver Lodge delivered the Drew lecture on Immortality at the Memorial , Hall on 29th October. He sald^ that 'there was notbin g Immortal of' per elstent about the body except its ma terial atoms. The notion that these atoms would be remitted with the Im material part of man, who wouia tnere after last for ever, was most unfortun-' ately believed, or at least taugmV-ty one great branch of the Christian Church, but It was a superstition. Just as our clothes wore pat, so -the particles forming the- body .were cpnstantif be^ Ing discarded *no' reneiyeay ~33ie 4den- i tlty of *the '''tody-' |vaB':jthe^fere!Mpjt jjjttb : Importance, todlviauali^ ;^y ^e«per: Wo caH^ talBlife.'or isoul, aiiftffla'tiot know what it was; but common-eense rebelled against Its being 'nothing.' Tne soul he would define ob that controlling and guiding princple which was re sponsible tor our consciousness and will, as well as for the construction of the body under the restric...

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PUNCH AND JUDY. A CHARACTERISTIC SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

PUNCH AND JUDYV A CHARACTERISTIC SKETCH.' Long before we come to any of those questions of Socialism about which so. many wealthy and simple persona trouble themselves to-day. It Is quite easy to point out definitely those par ticular things that certainly ought to be taken over by the State or the munici pality. I think the4flrst arid most ob vious class might be defined thus: those things which the masses certainly love, but which the masses cannot ade quately support. This rules out many Important cases on both Bides. For instance, the poor certainly love comic songs; but then the music halls can supply the comic songs without the help of the poor; and the poor can earnestly and eagerly learn them from the lips of the aristocrats as they come out of the halls. On the other band, the habit 'of writing sincere and effective attacks upon Christianity will certainly die out unless It is supported by the State. But then the poor will not know that It has died, having never known that ...

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

TMsBpatijtil * CURED IN ' ; Cariip^rdowiir Tho Case or Mr. T. E. FISHER. „ . {By a Sydniey Eei)qtter,) fXj. Tjioiuas ikigar t'ielicr is a een. Italian who has lived at liia present 4tlJiiws. No. 30 Parramatta-roadr Ccm l-iti!o\vii, lor 'tiie past liitoou ycar.i. He aonduets-a saddlery business tlifc/c, as do lias ctenc at Gymijie, Maryboroiijj.'i, iViixn-iuk, ftiid^ other . parts of Qmcuiis »and ; but this story', us -Mr. Filter «am U- out- , rcpi-csoiitalivc, refers to twelve months ajjo. Tie had an exneii -cue? that is world relating.' -v- '?It is ^a Areftr ago fiincc i treated rny .'JBdl.Mitn dismciii.B 'i'oiiic forvaiimwits lliat nothingr else .In the wqWd could ^»Jt;.:?-JUr.,^jEiierJ«xplaifled.; , j. ?;, , , . '4l-B^^-'to^^.^''^efal'cn'ts'-^oIA:''t#:^'l«t---' ;chedncss was added io toy' an attack' 6t ^heiitnatism, which BtarHsd in.ouo ]oot andworlied up the leg, tnudthcii mto my liand, aud aftorwurds worked 'IS WaV llciTCIl1 mv nillpr rMa i^nnnJno wore v«ry acute, Jjut that was...

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

Jilli^l1^ '?????? ;- ??''.?? : ?-'? IIP t^ v.^^i;^?3Kbi? ;''i3^^^:^^aip.;e ? ?? . ; l|p-:^,''- .,-..? '^],.'~\ ''' -*?? '..': ?';.-;'-iA-' '???.'?;?? .??;?'. ?- ?.???? .?' ? .. | , Drapery, Prink Muslins, Tailor-made Suits, I ^ Shirts, Ties, ;i?eit and Panama Hats , ^ . . / ' 'Boots 'aiul Shoes, Etc. PERCY H. EOFE, -Family Butcher, Is still selling the Pri'mest of Beef and Mutton at fredrock. '.prices. Ife .^lls noue but die Very Beit Give ..hi n a ':.-._ trmVand yoii will iwyor rpgret it, nor '' desire t-» 3eiive liitn; because his shop is always -kept in apple-pic ' order. SUNDER J^iTrNGS; We are making aSpecial Show in New Season^s Suitiiigis ,? '.. .M -'?' ill 'r-- '? ', ?/'.- ??_...', TWKEDS/ WORSTEDS, SmiGES, Etc.. - 3^ They inclfi-ie the choicest-' products of - English und'; Colonial mills. The materials ;ir.- in;iU;^tb.-.iq,fiiji&nab'i-).-.--losyriis, the patterns are exclusive, all the ?fcvx-toira Hght-aad; duratito withal. The other essentials to a first class sui...

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

A 13ondign miner, writing to the Jocal piesfi, Bays :? -.' Rev. H. Wormll's star of popularity is ou the wane, bnt beforo it sets I want, to have satis faction from liira ; anil since he ignored a mental conflict with me I will accept bisalterhativennd meei him physically.' This is a challenge', which in honor raunri he must accept. :i-wiH meet him in the Princ?S6 Theatre on Jannary 26 nnddr Mnrqnis of Qiieensbnry mles, one to win, for £100 aside and gate money. The' winne:-. to present the. wlinle of the money, less expenses, to the Watson Fnud.' Mr. Worrall -aj-s tliiit.hu imeudn to truat the challenge with the contempt it deserves. Perhaps om- makers have not considered tlie advantages tiiey may derive by joining the Pioton Soliool of Aits, an up-to-date iuBtitntioi).. Tlicic Is tlie .reading room. .w^':Bfa^I|wi'.i^t^^H^^.'I-ii!3.\.:miy^^|^ added 'to regularly overy-ijuitrter. 'Members ban suggest any work' tijey would' iike.'to havo;a3ded to tho library. Members also have tbe ad...

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THE GAME OF THE MOMENT. DIABOLO AS AN ATTRACTION IN THE LONDON PARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 8 January 1908

THE GAME OF THE MOMENT, DIABOUO AS AN ATTRACTION IN THE LONDON PARKS. North, eouth, east Bnd west, ' Dia bolo' is the great play-theme . of the moment. It Is everywhere. In the parkB, in the London squares, and the suburban gardens. It has penetrated the commercial preclnts of the City. A street vendor, too. Ib a wonderful connoisseur of the public taste, and his sticks and top, price 6d, now share the honours of popular attractoln with the mechanical 'Dlabolo Boy,' who dally plays the game In Lombard street « It la In the parks, however, that the whirling of the top takes pre cedence above all other pastimes. In tnany Instances amazing skill Is shown, particularly by young girls, and nvo sis. tens, who were enthused by the exhibi tion given by Mile. d'HamptiV the little :ilrencli';^iri.';.:-*tr.par);j;^flu^{;i5(^'.; watched by quite a number of peoplo ln: Kensington Gardens yest-irday -Oot.21.y Many amusing incidents are the result of the absorbing intarat ol the same, ana one lady...

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