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YIDDISH JOURNALISM UP TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

YIDDISH JOURKAJLISM UP TO SATE. A sensation was caused a short time : ago by tbe marriage of 'Harriet Pastor, a factory giri, who worked In the Lou don, and later in the New York Ghetto, ; to Mr J. G. Phelps Stokes, one of -America'e richest millionaires. Mrs Stokes has now decided, says tbe 'Jew- : ish Chronicle,' to re-enter Yiddish i journalism, 'she having been a con tributor to a Yiddish paper in New York before her marriage. She will conduct '? the 'love' column in the Yiddish Social- : Ibt Journal; 'vorwarts,' and reply to lovers in distress; ?The column in the past lias been noted for Hie freedom in which marital relations have been dls- 1 cussed, and there is much speculation as \ a«atU -ni-M- trap niM.ssqois &ijv iioq. o) realistic descriptions of life. _ {

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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THE MILITARY COURT OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

the Bhntiir ootm-r of 'Now1 that -thfe 1^1 tary Court of In quiry at Chelsea *cBarracks has con cluded, |ts investigation Into the case'' 6t iacutenatotr Wpodo, of the 42nd Grenadier Guards, It may well be -isikea,*' - wrttes ' the. 'Dally Tete graph/'.^iCul bonoT 'vi^hat purpose has It served? * Who lias gained any thme or it? Was It In the oest in terests of the regiment or of the Army? We fed sure that the tinlversal verdict will be'that;the holding of the Inquiry was -absolutely unnecessary from my potot of view whatsoever. The details were trivial, . Byen the scandalmon gers and those who flellght to see the. tarnishing of honorable names have been alsappolnfceaU .There has been no ^ pcanflal BJd no JhymlRhlng of names.' ^

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MARR$YING FOR MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

-Matmml^MBKEg^ , ' JTW eW w&b !macei:* wealthy match ' ^^dsiaerea to jaw scored *«umph! WhlWs the jmrortnnater husband of an iiarerttt^li^yiiwbJeaeaWbM sneers .r^^lf^^.'R^j^^'iiWstfHidU «ct 4Dt Jht« life «bouia follow the dlcrale* «C lA- heart, but pairdbna weatrer woman « she allows herself to be piidMI by lier *eaiS--'Bli-olc mtfl ^vHlte.'

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THE DAIRY. DAIRYING AND FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

[?] . SAiBVIMG AHS Z^EBTZZJIT. Anybranehot farming which Increases the general fertility of the farm land, while paying a living profit, is worth more than another 'which steadily de creases the productivity or the soil. Robbing the land to wake present pro nt. is an -unwise Investment... .Sooner or. later it Is paid for, and sometimes 4eartr. Now, .dairying, of all branches of farm ing, stands first In this respect. It can be conducted so that tho farm land will steadily degenerate until the place is on the verge of ruin and abandonment, or It can be made to Improve the soli year by year. Many a dairy farmer has taken hold of poor, abandoned f rms, and brought them up to a point where their valuation Is almost doubled. Such men counted their profits In the living which they annually took from the place, and In the higher valuation ot their property. Keep a good dairy on the farm, and the fertility of It should Increase. To bring up a poor farm by dairying, care should be taken cot ...

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THE ALCOHOLIC HOME. A MELANCHOLY PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

THE ALCOHOLIC HOME. A MELANCHOLY PICTDRE. 'There Is no doubt whatever tbat (he drinking habits of the nation, aud espe cially of the women r-i the nation, are doing more harm to -.mt financial and social position tban Is flny depression la - trade -or other economic causes. Aico- . holism In women Uj a fertile cause of prematurity, of Im6ecllity,::1dlocy, ??: ana ^ ^ In j^c#%mto& iJtbeir iUcJiJld/efl;; -4 ., ..' v-- ;;... ttbn of the unemployed, .the unemploy able, and the derelict ore men and women wbo have been born and bred In alcoholic homes, and who are In' tbe greatest number of cases the offspring of alcoholic mothers.' writes Dr. Mary Scbarlleb, In the 'British Journal of Inebriety' (October). AN ALOOHOIilG FATHER. 'It is difficult for people wbo have always lived In clean, comfortable, well ordered homes to imagine the absolute misery of what has been called 'tbe al coholic home.' Imagine tbe condition of things where one or both, parents have fallen under the slave...

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BANK CASHTER'S REVENGE. SURRENDERS. BUT NOT WITH HIS BOOTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

BANK CASHIER'S REVENGE. SURRENDERS. BDT NOT WITH HIS BOOTY.; . ..I ?'? jfrom Brussels ;«6'3nd.;Octpbpr^l4b J? J^»yson/;Uib trusted cashier of the11 Bank of' Brussels, ;;who lied with X.13,000' because, us ho said, he wished to avenge his eon, whom the bank . persisted in prosecuting -for earlier defalcations, surrendered last night. Ho came back from Louvaln for the purpose. He declares that the money, LI 3,000, has gone to America. ' I would rather have burned it,' he Eaid, ' than lot the bank have it back.' Loyson has written , the following letter to the editor of the ' Etoile Beige,' explaining his conduct : — ' I have just read the account of the theft in the Banquc de Bruxelles'', in your paper. I am the author of it. Sir, I have with serious inten tions acted in revenge. These are the true facts. ' I denounced my son ; but had I imagined that the bank would act in such a manner I would never have done It. My son occupied a position in the bank, for which ho received L2 15s pe...

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FACING DEATH. CREW OF WRECKED VESSEL. THRILLING SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

FACING DEATH. CREW OF WRECKED VESSEL. THRILLING SCENE. ?mo luuy-nggea *rencn etvlp Licon has gone ashore three milee north east of Quilty, at perhaps tho most dangerous spot on tho west coast of Clare. Tho vessel Ib in a critical con dition, heavy seas breaking over her continually. The crew took to tho rigging, and all attempts to estab lish communication from the shore have so far failed. The crew numbers twenty-five men, and their sufferings — they have been without food and with death staring them in tho face for many hours must bo terrible. The vessel is part ly submerged on a treacherous reef only about 250 yards from tho mainland, but those on shore are unablo to render any assistance, there being no rocket apparatus at Quilty. s An urgent message has been sent to Admiral King Hall at Queens town to send a rocket apparatus from that place. In addition to tho efforts of the lifcboatnicn, a boat manned by three coast guardsmen nnd two volunteers has twice mads an effort to reac...

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THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Charles E. Hands wrote rrom Casa Blanca to the London ' Daily Mail' ' on 28th September:— I It is pleasant to wander In. the gloaming among the debris heaps that used to be. the Casa Blanca and meditate upon the refining influences ' of civilisation. I Celenda est Casa Blanca : It had to be wiped' out. Its very name .in Arabic — Dar-el-Baida — as in Spanish, meant something like ' white sepul chre,' and certainly it was fair enough from without. An all-white town flooded in dazzling white, with the flawless blue of the sea and the town flooded in dazzling light, with sky around and above it. It stands on a little platform of rock which, ' extending a spur into the bay, forms tbc reef that shelters the anchorage. On tho right of the town, towards the open ocean, dark masses of rock form tho coast-line, while on the other sido of the bay curves In a horseshoe sweep of golden sand. The smooth blue of the Atlantic swell pulverises against rock and reef, and strand...

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THIRST FOR "RESULTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

THIRST FOB 'RESUX.TS.'.' This Is not tho Age of Thought In this country- The 'result' craze is raging here; a celebrity is seriously 111— we do not want the particulars of his malady. but the result. A prisoner Is being tried for murder— It Is not the. evidence we require, but the result of the trial. The mind of the ordinary Englishman or -woman of to-day Is stocked with 're- sults' which have no context or conse quences, and, therefore, do not take root In the grain and sprout Into new thought-^'Martnaduke,' in 'Truth.'

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THE WOMAN WHO WAS SO TIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

THE WOMAN WHO WAS SO TIRED. By MARY MORTIMER MAXWELL. The city editor wanted a story -with 'human interest' In it, 60 he looked around for the Little Reporter. She came whirling in on the wings of thn rovnivlne door, dancing on her toes to keep up a circulation, nor fl::gers wiggling within her mult, her veil dotted with frozen tear drops. 'My! It's cold!'' she piped, 'and so glassy, I slipped twice getting here £rom the elevator.' Throwing her frosted muff and coat on her roll-top desk she lovingly hugged the radiator, holding in her halfnum bed fingers the morning paper, wliile she scanned the headlines. They called her 'the Little Reporter' because she was no bigger than your t' umb and because she belonged to that particular type of woman which air ?. ways appeals to the male heart as needing to be taken care of. 'Yes,' said the city editor, 'It Is cold, an - the weath'er has made me think of a story for you. New York must be full of suffering of one kind and another on a day li...

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THE FOOD ADULTERATION. HIS LONG INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

THE FOOD ADUZ.TERATION. HIS LONG INNINGS. The food adulteration has haa a long innings ; . and notwithstanding successive enactments— the first of which dates back to the Pillory and Tumbril Act xtt Henry XtL-^xe still nourishes in the British Jsles^:-'But - the, 'Federal ; Food' V And JJrugJ ;VAct» ^aBSp^jy ; *he^ia-triAa^I^; :^nrT gross, 'Which came lnlp''»peratioh tnis montn, promises to mane zao adulteration game In America hardly worth the candle. The big Trusts interested in patent foods and medi cines fought their hardest to kill tho. measure, but unsuccessfully ; and henceforth, in addition to the sotting up of a rigid system of Inspection, the ingredients of which all such pre parations are composed must bo sot out in minute detail on an accom panying label. The manufacturers concerned have boon anticipating the coming intclorce of tho Act by pre paring now labels, and the names of many specialities have undergone some surprising transformations. THE PUOTECTION OF THE LABEL...

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PARSON AND PRIEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

PARSON A1MD PRIEST FBENCH AND ENGLISH, 'There goes the man,' said my frlena. Eugene, 'who holds the future of France In his bauds.' .. As he spoEe be Indicated, a mild -eyed old priest, who, In rusty cassock, and dilapidated wideawake, was suaniullug past tbe cafe in which we sat. . j 'That- man and his class,' he re- ' peated, 'hold the key of the position In France at tbe preseut time. There is a very great deal of nonsense talked about the Vreucb religious question, and nowhere is nonsense more rife than iu your English newspapers; but let me I tell you that the Cuureli in France Is ' stronger than sue lias been for fifty I j-ears past, and U lier clergy «-ill but j rise to tuelr preseut opportunity, a great religious revival is imminent. 'The situation as it is understood, or Imagined iu England is briefly this : A dead Church, existing in the midst of on alienated and bcatucu people, is daily and successfully attacked by an athicst Ministry. The people look on amusedly as at a ...

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WANTED—A NEW WORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

WANTED— A NEW WORD. In this country In our own day many words have been coined descriptive of every form of speed: of hearing at a distance, of seeing at a distance, of writing at a distance, of propelling one's self In various ways, of killing by elec tricity, of curing by electricity, ana all the rest; but not one waH has been coined for any new form of keeping still —Lady Bell, In 'The Albany Review.' It win be a merry England- when all the Socialists are In gaol, paying nothing for their board and lodging.— 'Times of India,' Bombay.

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KIDNAPPING ADVENTURE. STRANGE CASE FOR THE ENGLISH COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

XIDN&PPING ADVENTURE. STRANGE CASE FOR THE ENGLISH COURTS. On 2nd October tho New York cor respondent of the London ' Daily Mail' wrote : — The sequel to a thrilling kidnap ping adventure will bo shortly en acted before tho courts in London, whither the principal actor, nn Eng lishman who is a member of a well known country family is now hasten ing under an assumed name on board tho Umbrla in order to sue for his sequestrated estates. Tho man in question, whoso name those respon sible for the publication of the de tails of his dramatic actions refuse to disclose, somo time ago deserted his wife in London and fled to America with his two sons nnd an other woman, who is much beneath him in station. Before his flight his wife brought a 'suit for the restoration of con jugal rights, nnd pending tho deci sion, tho court n warded her the cus tody of tho children. The husband, however, by a ruse, got his sons away from the school where they were studying in England, and on arrival ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

PREFERENCE AS A BATTEE-GRY - : The Colonial Conterence has not been In vain. It haa fbrcea the prererentlal trade policy to the fore *a. Ihe Tory . battle-cry .in the' coming fltrrigele. .Only a. bright orator Is wanted to enlighten the British people on the benefit to be gained from Preference. That policy will bind the Empire together and ret the Colonies firmly upon their feet Antagon* Ism to Preference makes for disunion.— Table Talk.' Melbourne. Jif jgftL RESERVE ¥ TC7 U ¥''* fikt 1^- 1 1 7 Uf I ^ 1^ \ T * THE WM ISKY TH AT S^Sg^ -%^g— ? 1 J^lii rl*/ ^S WlJl^K V WILL AGREE WITH

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Wedding. McINNES—PAULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

SSS^PIffi %f: '^m^m^Mmt-'^:^ , and MisS'B^#«u1I took place ;at the ; Presbyterian \ Church,.- Picton, :on : Sr'aturday, ^be 1st ' of . Felirusjry last. B«f. J. Briggs officiated. The hriOc entered the Oh'uVck on i)ip av-n -if Jipi- biother, Jlr W- Paul!, -Gonl- J burn), who gave her mVay. Tin* j liri'lfs was jittireil in a cream voile j di-ess .trihiiiu'd with uial^itj lact» I with wreath and seil and .\vore a I -liamnn-l ami sapphire ring and ? arieil a sliower bouquet of tuber .-»s-fi, liviicinths, ami' white' bouvar ili.is,' gifts of the bridegrpoui. Tljc briile\vasatteu-leil by horsisfcer, Hiss Ida PauU, ;is^ UridoBiiwiil who w:»a ilresstd in piiii; voile, and was wear ing a gold Leart urn! chain, anil hpu qu^t of pink loses, gifts of the bride grpoiu. The briiii-grooin was aiten duiibyWs brotlier, ili. G. llclnnps,; -iu)g;1)-«ikifast was laifl %i^ili^':rv&W deuce t-r ihe liride's jiarents. Later the liuppy- 'couple 'left for Kiauia^ where the houeyinoon was spent. The b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

/you :« | SQUANDER % It MONEY t ?«--'??? '. ti\ I '. in buying substitutes or ift ^ £ imitations which may be ; ; Jf thrust upon you in an :':; J f unguarded moment by 1: \ ' dishonest tradesmen. fl ^ FOR :$ $ EXAMPLE | , 5 £ You might save a few iji 1 \t pence in the deal, but i!i : .3 % you woutiTlose the entire ; i j? benefit which would 5 : 5/ *o'°w the use of a bottle JJ? ?'^ YOU CAN :-: | \ /* obtain the real article you / ) \f/ want it would be wiser to ( \ \^ save your money and not /f\ -JJJ ytake any at all. ^ - Dentistry. A II. GOODMAN. 84 BJuiilcr-slreet. . late of 197 ?Livisbi'ooi.-st., SYDNEY1 will visit PICTON every sucoiid SATURDAY, at Mrs. J. Reeves Priory Cottage, Picton. ? Next Visit, Saturday, February 22. 10 a.m. till 2.30 pm. AUCTION SALE Every Wednesdays at II o'clock, and Saturdays at 3 o'clock at Graham's Yards '— \ Picton, Produce, Stock Land and . ? General Auc tioneer. If you wish to reali \ BEST MARL ?t ''.'?? : '?' ' f ; Butchers' Prc : . Hill, Ola 1 ' ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

? ' :;': ' ?'?. ;;? , imanpiST,; ?'?? ^.;:; May lie cnnsii Jt»-'1 on TueBdays Jim Tliured:iys fi-»tn 9.30 a:in. to 47!' p.m., and Saturday Evenings 'fr*m 7.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. ABGYEE-STBEET, PICTO- . Nexl W. WisisotiV, .it-!-;»ccimjs!. Miss Aniiie Ruddiniai T.O.L.C.M., Teaehcp o£ Pianoforte, Theopy and Hafmony. I-ni»il« l*i-ei»iircil f»r nil l^nttiiiiatJous. ; 4 ^&i Jwe xiifeE Sor 1 INDICESTION & DYSPEPSIA, ft OR. SHELOONS ] Digestive Tabules 1 'OIOEST WHAT YOU CAT.' -)j A COHUON SENSE. REMEDY for alt U STOMACH TROUBLES. H filJARANTEED. Price S'6 -f Pur Bale iiy W. JVH. Yickcry, cliemifit, PicUin. R.DARRMLL, KiiminiMT and Mi^elinnic. MivNAKi:ii.i:-Sri-'ciii', Picton. B EOF! to. intimate t-) the Public «.i! Pirtoii ;iinl Dislviot that In- i. |nv|.!iu-e.i! (o.nx'CilU1 nil work in con iK'dion wiiJi llif ti-iuli', jind in fiu-i. » i»:imi(']- ;ir- (o pivi? (he utmost cjiiih facljon. Sfiwiiif,' Aiiicliiiios utui HicycloR ;- S|»pcialit.y. CiiAUiiKs Moiu;i!Aii:. .. A Ti.i.*i, ...

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Local Directory. PICTON [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

Local Directory. PIC! UN MlIMClWJ- CoL'XClI.. — Mayor. h. Nicojson ; Aldcnuen. A. tiruhuui, '?? J. 'W. McQuij?giu, J.I'., G. Sell, R.H. Autili, J.I'., J. T. Ashcroft, W. Larkiu, L. D. I'uvrv and Joliu Bell Coimcil Clerk -Mr. U. B. Votter. Inspector of Nuisauces. — Mr. 0. Bell. I Police Court. — Sil s every Thursday, ' Small JJobls Court, every Thursday ' ' ' after 4th Wednesday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

Dit Sm i hon's Dk,j sn\^ Tmilli b 'Digi bi What You Eat. ' ] Tlio only piaclioai met nod of ennng iiidigasljOH is lo use a tjombinaUon of itSf^UMb^igcstiaWc&eosofJpJif- so thp.t *he Jwdy eaa bt-45npP1n-d wtJ- Slie valiBty of uoift islimeut iieces$a*y to healtli ft yon are snffenng ftom 111 digoBtion, we snggest tbe «se Di Sliel dou a Dieestn e Tabuies, because they complelely digests hat ^on eit mil allow you io eat all the g/.od food you dosire Price)?'. 6d poi fmofSOTftb ukh -Ohlam ,b], l otu VV J H Vick eu olipm 1, Pi Uni (AoU) Poriiaps out readers luuc not considered tJie 1'ictoii Vliool ot Aits in ,,p toUote mirtitaiiMin There ,s the icad.4 ,ooT *ell storked *M- ?ape^ and iu^J,^, added tocegularlyexerj quartei Membcra W 3^J iJl° Il?rarSr Membra also The fee elmgedwUio lowest in the State being oriy 3s per quarter, 01 less than Jd -ienU of Wilton, 8a™j anf oUier ^^ more than Uiree mdee W tne .nsoC can take two books at « tamo, «id ehanee ™ b-^y *« -Wen or not. We a™ upon...

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