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REALLY, REILLY, RULY! [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

BEAXXT, REILI.Y, BUIiY! A poorly clad man named O'Reilly, was placed In the dock before Mr Mead, at Marlborough street, on July 4th, on ? ' a charge of begging. The assistant gaoler, whose duty it is to announce the names of the 'guests' at Marlborough street pronounced the name 'O'Really. ' Mr O'Reilly {-with dignity) : 'O'Kellly, please.' A policeman hav- .. . ? j Ing stated that the prisoner asked fpr--^ i':t,M .alms'.'MrfO'BeUly. addressing theSnag-^b^;^ Jstfate,SBaitf ?\:g,jibtf,.fprtii^Mfit^ja fe^g^^S^^^^^^^S I faftve' a good many faults, aiidiwas in ?&- '^'Je^M arink at the time''; but begging is .riot ~ ? Si one of my failings. He might have \ '.:'-'? seen me talking to .people, but I w^b probably entertaining them with my conversation.' (More daughter). ? Mr : Mead said O'Reilly could be discharged this time with a warning that tt he / begged again he might go to prison for a month. O'Reilly : 'God bless your worship.'— 'WestminBter Gazette.'

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"Fire!" [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

ilg^BilS Last Saturday night the Mrmrpi George Barr and Son had- a narrow escape of being burnt out. About 7 o'clock the kerosene lamp was lit by an emploype in the ironmongery shop cext to Mr. ; 'WateonV tobaccoaist . shop.'' Shbrtly after wards a youDg man named William Budd noticed the fire and tried to get into the shop, but the door was locked. ? So be oned out ' Fire J and informed Mr. H. EJ.Barr, who was writiDg in -his oiBce at the time. Mr. Barr opeued the door, rushed in; polled : the lamp down, aud Rmotbered the blaze. Tbe cause of tbe conflagration is thought; to be owing to the fact that the lamp' was burning up too high ap.d it caught some brusUware. Luckily the ceiling ^s ot eteelyioF ih^Are would, have ^&-:^::x^rk'jBe^pti^\thJng3|for.:^It;s paf^ip^|l3M4-fe^^ know itb\at^iojgreat3ariiage '$fa8 Hbn% but we would impress upon people, the folly of allowing their property to remain uninsured, as the. risk is too great. Mr. F.I. Smith of Monnt. Barker, South Austra...

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NURSERY NOTES. GERMAN MEASLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

NURSERY NOTES. GERMAN MEASLES. First of all you should know that this complaint is a disease in itself .(says a contemporary); and not — as many peo ple seem to imagine — just a kind of spurious measles. They get a sort of idea, that as 'Ger- man Rfiv^r' In n wnrthlfksa Itnlfatlnn n the real metal, so 'German' measles Is a kind of Imitation of the true disease, which, because it Is an Imitation,' is of no moment, and therefore needs but lit tle attention. : ;- . Now, this idea is totally, wrong, and ft ?'iB/V sroa^a^ty^ht^^a^^^t^aarB ^'u'Sl|u^s^^^i^^^lK!apfttiniL:; ?That ttliftlB -not :«- ^e-.ianj.firililewtarid from the' fact that an attack of '^Ger man' measles does not protect from 'true measles, ,-nor from scarlatina,. neither do these diseases, protect or give you im munity from German measles. Knowing this, mothers will under stand the necessity for keeping children as much as possible out of the way of Infection, and not allowing them to he exposed to It under the notion Uiat...

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

_ 'IhavonB8dChamberlaitt'eOolio,-3iolera, and Diarrhoea Remedy, and qwaki irom oxporienpe^' saya Mr. % Sobmaka, Padding ton, W.A., ^'TiMve neverinomi it MlSffl! - in an attack of oholio, cramps or ^diarrhoea, so always reoonunend it to jny friends aiid customers. To my mind, no mother should be without a bottle .OnamberlaJn'B Colio, Cholera, . and Diarrhoea Bemedy iii tie house. For sale by -1L H. Kftkarf, Mma- andTiirlmore.— (Advt) :« : :-:~:''';^:_.'Z '?-? - '?'?':- '.: '.''?:.? --'Jr.-'- il-yfi.'U-r.-^iSi-:. Mr. Thomas Saeddon, Family Grocer, Mornington, Dunedin, N.Z., ?n-rites regard ing Chaaiberlain's Cough Remedy :— 'My little grand child was very bad with oroup, and wo had tried nearly everything we ever heard of, but with no result. We secured a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and gave it to him according jto directions. It only took a couple of doses jto cause all the phlegm to oome away anil 'soon he was out of danger. I really think,' he adds, 'that Chamberlain's Cou...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

WIT AMI NHMII 'I am afraia your debating society was sot conducted according to parliamentary rules.' 'Deed, it were.' answered Mr Erasmus Plnkly. 'Jim Colllflower made a Uiovo wit a razor, an' I done second da motion.' , The minister (to one of his parishioners): I am sorry to say, Bridget, that the ladles of the Dorcas Society have beard some nasty storlea of your bad behavior, and have agreed not to give you anything this year. Bridget: Sbure, many'e the quare story bev OI heard about yer riverance, but I pays no attention to them. .? 'No.' said the spinster. .'I never attend auction eaies any more.' 'Why not?' asked the inquisitive person. 'Because,' explained the spinster, 'at the last sale ot that kind I saw a (rlend and nodded to her, ' whereupon the auctioneer knocked down a patent cradle and asked where I'd have It - sent.' - ???; ..„ A ?fcsachfer -«as trying to explain jhe mean- .'? : ^ i ing. ot the word ??recuperate' to one W 'aalt^jV^i ouplls. - vkow, iWuUe.'i saia -she...

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Local Option Vote. REDUCTION CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

Local Option Vote. REDUCTION CARRIED. '1 he local option vote was taken in tho Wollondilly electorate on Tuesday, September 10. The ' no-license ' aH vocates worked very enthusiastically, but tbough they succeeded in gettinjr a Majority it was not sufficient to accomplish their object in abolishing tho bo. els. They, iiowever, succeeded ju carrying reoncuon. jjotn JUoss Vain aud Bowral polled heavily for no-licence, while Mittagong, Burra wnng, and Berrima favored con tinuance. Robertson was neutral, M'bile the feeling at Kangaloon was strongly iu favor of no-license. Green wich Park failed to find a single friend for no-license. To have carried no license in the ? electorate it wan necessary to carry a, three-fifths majority of the total votes polled, bat it failed even to carry a simple majority. Details of the voting1 :— ' Cont'noc, Beduc, No-Lio. Inf.. Balmoral 2 6 20 ?'??' 0 ? Ba.«naby 18 13 22 J I Bargo 16 5 19 ?'- 3 Berrima 54 19 33 3 Big Hill 14 6 18 0 Bi.nlow ? . 5 V 15 : 0...

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GIRL PREACHER. HOW HER SERMONS ARE PREPARED. 400 CONVERTS IN A MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

GIRL PREACHER. HOW HER SERMONS ARE PRE PARED. 400 CONVERTS IN A MONTH. The Doncaster twelve-year-old girl preacher, Frances Bradley Storr. who hns created great interest wherever, she lias exhibited her extraordinary talent, is fast accumulating a long: list of en {rnfrements in various narts of the country, and ber appearance In London cannot be for some time owing to numerous colls made upon ucr. To-morrow she goes to Eston, near Middlesborougb, and on the following Sunday takes the anniversary services at Benuey, near Doncaster. In one month she has preached to over 5000 persons, and made nearly 400 converts. She exhibits with evident satlsfactloi? a crucifix and other Romish orna ments handed to ber by one convert Quiet in demeanor, and plainly at tired, there is nothing about her out wardly to Indicate the possession of extraordinary talent When a 'Daily Mail' representative called upon her yesterday. Miss Storr was preparing her Scripture lesson for- school to-day, for since s...

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OFFICIAL DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

OFFICIAL DECLARATION. The official declaration of the poll took place at the Bowral School of Arts on Thursday at noon. Mr. H. M. Oxley, the returning1 officer. »re sided, and the thrao candidates were also on the phit.forin There was a good number of electors present, iu clndiug a proportion of ladies. The returning officer declared the result of the poll as follows : — Laurence Patrick Gilmartin 232 Leonard Green ... ... 671 .William McCourt ? 3220 Informal ? 153 He therefore declared Mr. McCourt duly elected to represent the electoral district of Wollondilly in the 'Legis lative Assembly. (Applause). He had also been authorised to take a poll on the Liquor Amendment Act, tho result of tho poll bemo- as follows :— Resolution A (Continuance) ... 140(3 „ 13 ( Reduction) ... 777 ., C (No-License) ... 1939 Informal. ... ... ... i5g The three-fifths majority required for no-license would require 2473 votes, so that the votes recorded for uo-license were 5.'54 short of a three-fifths ma...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

THE LADIE51 COLUMN. ? ^— —? -W. . ..'??'? - r . ' ' bokeu rAsa BrandyrSnaps. — Required: Half a pound * ot flour; quarter of a pound of sugar; two ounces of butter; one tea spoonfu! of sweet spices; quarter of a pound of treacle; the rind and juice ot half a lemon; one teaspoonful of ground ginger. Sieve the (Jour, spice, and ginger Into a basin, add the grated lemon-rind; melt the butter in a saucepan, add the treacle and sugar, and stir It over a slow fire .till the sugar Is dissolved; then strain in the lemon-juice. Well .butter some baking-tins, pour in just enough of the mixture to thickly cover the bottorn of the tlns.^ Bake them till set In a moderate oven, then cut -the mixture into pieces about four inches square. Oil tbe handle of a large wooden spoon, and at once roll the squares round the handle, so as to curl them. This must be done quickly, as the 'snaps' eoon cool and harden. Either serve them plain, or. what Is the newer fashion, have ready some nicely flavored whipp...

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The Wollondilly Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

The Wollondilly Contest Mr. W. McCourt has again been returned as tlio member for this elp«itbiij|fce *joj an overwhelming ^Tbe following Js ^n analysis of' 'the voting : — '.'..''. Gilmarlin. Green. McCourt. Inf. Balmoral 0 2 30 2 Bannaby 0 8 47 0 Bargo 1 1 41 0 - Berrima fl 2 102 0 Big Hill 0 6 32 0 Biralow 4.1 22 0 Bowral 35 20 508 28 Bundauoon 29 6 76 7 Burragorang 11 4 9 2 Burrawang 4 16 125 6 Canyanloigh 1 6 9 1 Curraweela 0 1 32 2 Douglas Park 00 13 1 E. Kaugaloon 0 0 33 2 Exeter 5 9 87 0 Glenquarry 2 5 44 1 Ciolepie 6 9 24 3 Greenwich Park 2 12 14 0 Jet-ram 0 11 14 1 Joadja 0 1 19 0 Kangaloou 1 5 75 5 Longreaeh 1 9 34 1 Marulan 3 18 83 5 Mittagong 34 74 326 13 Moss Vale 10 96 336 16 Oakdale 1 2 30 3 Pjctou 4 75 328 14 Robertson 2 18 139 6 ijtrathmore 2 O 10 1 Button Forest 4 23 82 3 Tallong 3 7 32 O Taralga 8 88 146 .1 Thirlmere 6 24 114 14 Up. Burragorang 1 33 22 2 Wingello 14 9 59 1 Worn. Caves 0 1 27 1 Yarrunga 1 2 38 0 Yerrandorie 32 67 60 II 232 671 3220 153

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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

The Efectidiis; When we went to press last treek we were enable to give much election information. The polling throughout the State was fairly heavy, and in many instances there has been a re shuffling of cards. Several old members have been Dnliticallv decapitated. As the daily press has given detailed inforrnatiou we will not weary our readers by repetition. The SfimVleiial Party numbers 43; unattached Liberals, 10; Laboii»,c, 32 ; Independents, '6 ; tlie Govern ment's majority has thns been reduced to 17, iind the Labor Party has gained seven seats.

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THE OLD LADY IN THE GREY VEIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

1 She clo lady in the srey ;' .iV^*=lBf«flrtl^wirraiBB--N.iv:'i My father was made manager or tne .CTlfton Cotton, ;ffiUs when I was about fourteen years old. That meant removal ' .to another neighborhood, always a- Joy; : -PUBerjent to a youngster, where we Wire fortunate In securing one ot a ro.T of villas overlooking PhilUps Park. My petition for the two front rooms In the : third story being granted, one was fit ted up for a play-room ana. sway, ana the other es a. bedroom. , ? ; One afternoon my mother and sister were arranging' the curtains In my rooms, when Lucy said, turning to look at me while she tied back the white drapery: ''Our owlet -will know every nook and corner of the Park before the trees are in leaf and the shrubs in blossom.' 'I know them already. Sis, day or night,' I answered from the corner where I was arranging some shelves. 'Night!' my mother exclaimed, 'If you are going to stand gazing out of the window when you ought to.be sleeping, ??--? m put spur bedJn...

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

F. S. Horniman. Dental Surgeon \[- «»M81 McQuarie Street. City, may f be consulted at his residence 'Linden' t ftext door to the Protestant Hall, v. . Menangle Street, Picton. HOURS Monday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday ' ' Friday ' ' Saturday ' ', aud at other hours by appointment. REAL STYLE SUITS Perfectjin every way to measure. Fit. comfort, elegance, style, wear. Handsome new seasons suitings and trouserings. A great variety of fancy vpstings. |s;;v, ,-, fraijk § toft, ;.. ? ,? . ?. Kt^|*!|v;p .: ????,'?:? ?1T^-^^-'.^JiS|?#oir^&#:'' -'&£;?-- »*5-ui-?.vj-*T.. .?':-, i^i1 ?.????-]. ???*?: -??( ? '? , ; ? ov;'- -'*??.. JJ.JttliXrJjJi-c-4.]\Jl/Jili :-;v*fy

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OLD BAILEY RELICS. FAMOUS DOCK SECURED BY TUSSAUDS. CHEAP LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

OLD BAILEY RELICS. P AMOUS DOCK SECURED B Y TUSSAUDS. CHEAP LOTS. Grim relics were cheap at the Old Bailey on July lStli. Some of the things went at a ridiculous value. For others there was some measure of competition, and they were secured for the purposes of being shown to the ever curious lovers of the sensational. : Five years ago the sale of 'Newgate relics' took place, when the chains re- ; liutea to have held Jack Sneppara ana the massive door through which Eliza beth Fry bad her interviews with the persons Immured were sold. Among the articles sold yesterday there were a few ?utstnndiug lots of interest. There was the dock, the enclosure lu which taost of the notorious criminals for upwards of a century have stood for trial. The dock was seized upon by a vast concourse as possessing a splendid point of vantage for bidders and sight seers.' The gallery (sold for 10s.), in which fathers, and 'mothers, wives, sweethearts listened to the doom of those whom they still held dear, ...

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

dence # pat whirjre :Sj3c1ipi- ? ;|Hi$it$j£ puhlic which rentiers from :«iaigesiipin'; The proprietors do not jirofesis 'that the medicine will cure anything but indigestion, but for this 'complaint they claim to offer an absolute Tornedy. The cure is prepared from the prescription of the late Dr. ? Edward Buot, M.R.C.S., England, and users are really getting professional advice and medicine for 3s. (3d. l'orliajis our readers have not considered the advantages they may derive by joining the Pioton School of Arts, iui up-to-date institution. There is the reading room, well stocked with papers and magazines, Also, the library of about 2000 volumes, addod to regularly every quarter. Members can suggest any work they would like to have added to the lib&rv. Members also have the advantage of a good billiard room. The too charged is the lowest in tho State, being only 3s per quarter, or less than 3d nor 'week. Ladies are^ charged 2s. ' 'Resi dents of' AVilton, Bargo and other 'pl...

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BY AUSTRALIAN SEAS. AS OTHERS VIEW US. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

8Y AUSTRALIAN SEAS. AS OTHEHS.VIKW.LS-; it is not exaggerating w say ot ail our Colonies that they are passing througn a protialiojary ?? state, and that the final stage is not prediuiule. In particular is this true of Austra lia, which is ou trial to. a degree which Canada and How Zealand, for instance, are not. The reason lies in ino very ainerent cuuiaiic ana imytn cal conditions surrounding the Anglo Saxon race in Australia. The future of that continent is by no means settled, and hardly con at be said that the present is. A study like Mr Buchanan's, therefore, which is at once sincere and dispassionate, must always be of interest. Mr Buchanan has th' advantage of having lived many ye.i.rs in the country, and he adds to that an aloofness of judg ment unusual in an Australian. His statements are frank, »?heii.pr in praise or in condemnation ; and the following passage may be taken as an example at once of his quality and of his acutencss of observation : — . ' The most pervading ...

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The Drink Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

The Drink Traffic. The people of N.S.W. have had an i opportunity of speaking on tbe , liquor question, and according to the ] figures now available have declared ! unmistakably for a reduction in the number of hotels. While we are well aware of the many evils connected with the liquor traffic, we think that the temperance people were ill-advised to plump for ' no-license,' as we consider . their well-meant efforts were nullified because of sympathy alienated. Some years ago Kansas State, U.S.A., carried prohibition, and every hotel and wine shop was closed. Ami yet there was mat as much drunkenness as before. Why ? Because forbidden fruits are always the sweetest. Sly-grog shops abounded on every hand, and the smuggling of liquor became a high art. Liquor was brought in clandestinely from the other States where prohibition was not in force. The same tale comes from towns in New Zealand where prohibition was put into practice. It is alleged that there was as much drunkenness as befo...

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MARIE CORELLI. ON THE MAN OF THE PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 September 1907

MamB COB.ELIX r 3ON-THE MAN: OFTHF1 PEHIQD, : jibe'* present aiy -; want women id i.-'J»ep' them, It Is 'these very men,' ehe adds, 'who at tthelr clubs, or any other places where they can give themselves sublime airs of Independence, frequently express regret in grandiloquent terms that there «hniilri lie ajiv wnmen whn *want to be clever.' Such women are always 'un sexed.' ' 'This word 'unsexed,' ' Miss Corelli continues, 'is always cast at brilliant women by every little halfpenny raga muffin of the Press that can get a news paper corner in which to hide himself for the convenience of throwing stones. The woman woo paints a great picture is 'unsexed'; in fact, ^whatever woman does that Is higher and more ambitious than the mere act of flinging herself down at the feet of man and allowing him to walk over her, makes her in man's opinion unworthy of his consi deration as woman.' THE MUSIC HALL STANDARD. 'What,' Miss Corelli asks, 'are the occupations man graciously permits to woman...

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

TO STAiVI* THIS SEASON AT 1»ICTO2V And travel the CnmpbelliowH and Cumden Districts. THKTHOBOnflHBEEDTBOTTINO STALLION | REBELLION. KEBELLION is a rich dark brown hor.«e. standing over 16 hands l-igl-. risinp 8 yenr« old. showing plenty of bone und muscle, and lias perfect action. Hebellion' is by the celebrated and well-known trotting stallion Uebel Childe out of Florence, by Boccacio (imp.) out of My story. l-y H'uon (imp.) Udbei.liox whs bred by William Allen. Esq., ''.E)im-rove;' Begi, nnd was foaled Nov. 10, 1809. ' l?Kr,]ii,j.iox tcok first and special prize at J3cj,'a Shotv, 191)0. llKliEL CHILD JJ. the sire of Kcliellian, is li.y tUo cclcliiatcd imported American I rot ting horsi1. Cliililc Harold, out of the (jriind mure Velocity, by Rebel {see Stud Book). Hehm,' .Childe won the tno-ycar-old . uhauipion l.i ot at Elstennvick l'ark, Melbourne, beating a field of nineteen. ^?; .BaiiEt CriittJE has1)eeii agrrat KiiccesK. ?;'4W|»^ - 'jtfli baying j-- sired more winners? . *'- '...

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

'fifPEWRITING classes haTO*t«no I ; »tj the «A3rgyIe'Bclibbt; fit. Mai-k'R Halt, Menangle-street, PJoton. Pupils wishing to prepare for np-to da(6 office work slionld give .in their names early. Feee Is per week. Children attending any school, 6d per , we^k. ?J'Ordinaiy scbodl fees :— Children over 12 years, ono guinea per quarter ; ander 12 years, 10s Gd. Miss M. S. Ross, Principal St. Joseph s Convent. THE Sisters prepare pnpils for masieftl examinations, /practical and theoretical, piano, otgau, and singing. Private 'lesson* given in painting,' oils, water colour, poonab, mono chrome, charcoal, etc. Copying from ?'??? . natuie ft upeciality. : Also fmiey needlework (newest designs) including point lace, ribbon wo! k, fish scale, straw work, jioko, ' ; Mount Melleck, shadow work, (painted or plain ),~OarrickmHcross. , : J&or^iteHriB 'etc., apply to St.' Joseph's . ' Convent. W. AJVUKK.MIN, i'LUMi»ER, GaLVaUKKD IRON K-J«k:i£h and tinsmith, . Menangle-street Pieton, f *-* 'i...

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