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MEMBERS OF DIAMOND CLUB EVIDENCE IN PEARL CASE [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

MEMBERS OF DIAMOND CLUB EVIDENCE IN PEARL CASE Evidence was given at the Old Bailey yesterday by a postman named Neville, who delivered the registered package which should have contained the £135,000 pearl necklace, concern ing the theft of which James Lockett, Joseph Grizzard, Simon Silverman, and Leisir Gutwirth are on their trial (reports the "Daily Express" of No vember 22). Neville was called by Mr. Valetta. who appeared for Silverman. "I delivered the parcel intact," he said. "I would not swear it was the one, but it was very similar to it. I have delivered many parcels of that description." Mr. Valetta: "Were you alone on that occasion?-No; I had a bag car rier. Do you know any of these men? -I know Gutwirth and Silverman. Did you have anything to say to 1 these two men when you were on ! your round?-No, sir. t LETTER IN HIS BOX I Do you remember if you deliverei1 any parcel to Silverman's office?-I put a letter in his box. I You did not see him or hand him | personally anyth...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOX-HUNTING PARSON YORKSHIREMAN APPRECIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

FOXHUNTING PARSON YORKSHIRE-MAN APPRECIATES. ! As a Yorkshireman, as a fox-hunter, and as one who is happy in the pos session of many friends amongst the Anglican clergy who hunt, I am most anxious to raise a protest against tlie remarks of Sir Philip Burne-Jones (writes Mr J. Fairfox Blakeborough, in the "Westminster Gazette"). On his own ipse dixit he practically excommunicates from the pale of Chris tianity all fox-hunters-especially hunt ing parsons-and at the same tim^ gives pontifical censure to the Arch bishop of York for having lent hi.; presence to the dedication of a stained glass window to the memory of a mudh-beloved and much-respected Yorkshire cleric who met his death on the hunting field. Sir Philip Burne Jones cannot understand those in or , ders riding to hounds, or those profess ing Christianity enjoying venery. He argues, however, from the hack neyed promises - born of ignorance that the great joy of the oliase, if not the be all and end all of it, is centred in t...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANADIAN GRAIN FARMER IS HE PROSPEROUS? WAYS OF GRAIN SHARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

CANADIAN GRAIN FARMER IS HE "PROSPEROUS? WAYS OP GRAIN SHARKS. I Mr Niels Nielsen, in his report to I > the New South Wales Government on | the elevator system in America, says: -"All through the United States and | Canada wheat is bought in four grades -1, 2, 3, and chicken feed; but No. 3 absolutely disappears in the hand ling of it through the elevators. By the time it is shipped, or sold in the Eastern States, the elevator owners, and grain sharks, have manipulated it in such a way as to 'ring in' practi- i cally the whole of the No. 3 grade ' wheat into Nos. 2 and 1 in certain pro portions, and this manipulation of the grain results in the enormous prolits that accrue to the elevator owners and grain speculators at the expense of the farmers." It was because of this that it was strongly recommen ded to keep the proposed N.S.W. ter minal elevators in Government hands (says a Sydney paper). In a recent number of the Canadian "Grain Growers' Guide" an article ap peared, entitle...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RISKY FRENCH FARCE APPEAL TO CENSOR [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

RISKY FRENCH FARCE APPEAL TO CENSOR Mr Jose G. Levy's adaptation of MM. Hennequin and Veber's ".Madame la Presldento" is a centre-board farce. To drop a metaphor which is too whole some and breezy for such a piece as we saw at the Garrick Theatre, "Who's the Lady?" says "E.A.B." in the "Daily News," is one of the most risky farces yet produced on the London stage. PETTICOAT AUDACITY There is a scene in " Who's the Lady?" which will be much discussed. A musical comedy actress, Gobette, has called on Cyprien Gaudet, .Minister of Justice, and, in the course of a vio lent flirtation, her flimsy dress falls (purposely or not) from her shoulders, and the lady Is seen >n her petticoats. She then swings herself on to the knee of the young Minister. When discovered by the usher the musical comedy cocotto Hies into an other room, but later she emerges and flirts with the Minister's private secre tary, who ultimately hides with her in i yet another room, and is afterwards gravely perturbed ...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRT FRONT ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

SHIRT FRONT ADVERTISING i By IVAN HEALD. Do you ever play that jolly game cf Pointing out Famous People? asks Ivan Heald in the "Daily Express" of No vember 25. I mean the game in which you take a country relative along Pic cadilly, and, pointing to casual passers by, say, "That's Lord Howard de Wal den," or "There goes the Duke of Bed ford," and keep it up until the relative is so impressed with your social omnis cience that you can sometimes borrow money from him. If you go in for this kind of thing yourself I want to warn you against a man who is often in Leicester-square these nights. He is a good-looking chap, in faultless evening clothes, and I was just pointing him out to my aunt from Stalybridge last night as the young Earl of Broadacres when he gave the show away by doing something most un-English. He pressed a but ton somewhere, and on his shirt front there aflmed in letters of light the words: " Oh, You Kid!" Frivolity Theatre. Matinees "Wednesdays. X tried to persuade my...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEILISS'S STORY GAOL SUFFERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

BEILISS'S STORY GAOL, SUFFERINGS. Mendel Beiliss, in tlio course of a long cabled narrative of his sufferings in the prison at Kieff, related to the correspondent of the "New York Ameri can," says: "If it had not been for the Bible, which was allowed me, and which spoke to me like a voice in the wilder ness, 1 believe I should have gone in sane. I was losing strength daily, and what made me full of fear was that the prison officials were plainly anxious that I should die in my cell. I prayed God to let me live until the trial, and I tried to eat, although the food was awful. .'Another prisoner put in my cell was a Pole, who had been sentenced to eighteen years in Siberia. 1 saw at once that he was a man of the better class, with education. He talked about nothing except his innocence. I told him the tragedy of my own life, and when I had finished he replied, 'Al though I am a Pole and a Christian, I know that there is no such thing as ritual murder among the Jews.' " Beiliss then te...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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PORTER'S PLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

PORTER'S PLIGHT A special committee of four mem bers of the Battle (Sussex) Board of Guardians has been appointed to make a searching inquiry into the question of the workhouse porter's trousers, af ter six months' constant service, were pronounced beyond repair. Tn April on the advice of a Local Go vernment Board inspector, the Battle guardians decided to put "William George Parker, the porter, into uniform in order to maintain the dignity of the ancient town: They invited tenders and voted £3, and in due course Parker appeared in all the glory of blue ami brass, an ornament to tile position ha lias held for ten years. But time and fate dealt unkindly with part of his uniform, and to save the dignity of Battle he asked for a new pair of trousers. A few days ago the guardians met to discuss the matter, but, like Parker's trousers, the meeting was divided, and the trouser amendment, moved by Lady Mabtlle Egerton, was defeated by one vote. Lady Mabelle Egerton, one of Park er's champi...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LORD'S MARKET GARDEN TEN-HOUR DAT. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

A LORD'S MARKET GARDEN TEN-HOUR DAT. Lord Hyde, the son and heir of the Earl of Claredon, who emigrated to Canada with his wife and family eighteen months ago, partly owing to "Lloyd Georgeism," arrived here in the "White Star liner Olympic to-day, on a brief visit to England (says the Ply mouth correspondent of the "Daily Ex press," November 22). In an interview I had with him be fore he disembarked, Lord Hyde sum marised his experiences of life in a new country, as well as his impressions of the "Golden Dominion," and his future aims. He has taken a farm of about 200 acres at Pickering, near Toronto, his ambition being to turn it into a market garden, and place it on a pay ing basis, selling his produce in Toronto. "1 do not think I am ashamed to work," said the man who is related by birth or marriage to half the peerage, and who enjoyed the Intimate friend ship of King Edward and Queen Alex andra. "I have learned since I went tt> Canada the meaning of the ten-hour day, and sin...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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FRONTLER-MAKING BALKANS DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

FRONTIEMAKING BALKANS DIFFICULTIES. ,aco of a kind now reigns again in the troubled Balkans, and international boundary commissions are at work pre paring tlie new maps (says the "Ob server." But the task of delimiting the new frontiers is not proving particularly easy, one of the difficulties being the want of reliable maps of the old fron tiers. The old dividing lines look very clear and definite on existing m^PS' " 's 'n manV places impos Ible to reconcile the frontiers of the maps "with those recognised in every day practice among the various Balkan | lauonallties. I The method originally adopted for boundary between Southern Albania and Greece has hopelessly broken down. The International Commission was nstructed to draw the frontier accord ing to a language test, but when the map makers got to work they found mat the inhabitants of the region in > question speak indiscriminately Greek, i Turkish, English, French, Bulgarian, I and Albanian. In all probability the ; Commissio...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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DOG AND HORSE ANCESTRAL LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

DOG AND HORSE ANCESTRAL LINES. Recent investigations into the lake dwellings of Switzerland have been em bodied in a book on prehistoric Switzerland by a German Professor. The importance of these dwellings was only recognised in 1S54, when a sharp frost on. the lake of Zurich caused the water to retreat and laid bare the signs of human habitation. The polished stones which were found proved that the lake villages went back to neolithic times, and the animal remains prove that the dog and the horse, the pig and the sheep, and the ox and the goat were already domestic animals at that time. 'J'he dog is the most ancient of these ani mals. The first species was a cross between the pointer and the beagle, and for a long time there was none other than the spaniel. It is not known what this neolithic dog sprang from, whether it camo from the wolf or the jackal, but ono thing is certain, that when it became domesticated it developed its present habit of barking. The horse is less ancient as...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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PANAMA CANAL TRANSFORMS THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

PANAMA CANAL TRANSFORMS THE "WORLD. metre^lon^0tvMdi, a ^orkshoP 30 kilo -£&?$&?% ij&>£ thing; but in the first disorder of in t>iinPuesslons' an(i my emotions. In the chaos of my ideas and the dir~k ness of my perceptionsf before I 1ca?n 01 see any more, I ,'eel the nece"sJtv U r ^edlate,fy .taki"ff a Pen in hand certain mmr, ? a imPulses which at certain moments render a erv nf miration and enthusiasm irresistible. if son it (M wait" . 11 seCms »K- a? i* hli^ p,:csslne. impetuous, fatal. s compleied, and not a calcu lated work of construction." begins an extraordinarily vivid account of a visit to the Panama Canal by Luigi Barzlni, in the "Dailv Tele «'a,Vh- . He won some renown in the pictures^ "oush his wonderful pen Iin^'f^I.,rY's . neatest WORK. JJjs fiesh mind, now seeing the Panama Canal for the first time is s ?I!!0Ved by tI,e tremendous sjgiu iie witnesses: 'iaVe cau?ht a glimpse of the tremendous work," he writes. "In the voyage acvoss Is...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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"MANCHESTER MARTVRS" ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

" MANCHESTER MARTVRS " ANNI VERSARY The annual procession, v.liich passed through the streets of Dublin on Sun tiny, November 24, to the Manchester Martyrs' cenotaph in the Glasnevin Cemetery, was the largest o£ its.kind seen in the city for some years. The Old Guard Union and the "Wolfe Tone .Memorial Association had combined to organise the gathering,-with the result thatabout 15,000 people took part in tho pilgrimage. Wreaths were placed on the rriemorials erected to thft memory of Allen, LcuHln, and O'Brien.

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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DOMESTIC REVOLUTION WIFE'S CLAIM TO RESIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

DOMESTIC REVOLUTION WIFE'S CLAIM TO RESIDENCE. A wire asked the Chancery Court (Sir Justice Warrington) to declare that the house was now hers in which she and her husband had lived for 27 years after their marriage which took place in 1SS3 (reports the "Dally Mail," November IS). Tho husband made a corresponding- claim on his own behalf. Mr H. Terrell, K.C. (with him Mr Davey), said that tho plaintiff in the action was Mr Frederick Lucas, and the residence in question was 37, Park House street, Camberwell. Mr Lucas was the maker of gauge rules which were used by Custom House officers and publicans in gauging spirits, etc. It was a lucrative business, and Mrs Lucas managed tho financial part. The house was purchased in 1907 with money mainly withdrawn from depo sits in the Post Office Savings Bank in the name of the wife. The conveyance was taken in the wife's name, and the house had remained in her name. For smile reason unknown to counsel the wily lelt her husband in 1910. She t-i...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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STREET BATTLE CATTLE-DEALERS FIGHT CADETS [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

STREET BATTLE CATTLE-DEALERS FIGHT CADETS One killed and five dangerously and others slightly wounded is the casualty list of an extraordinary fight in Lue beck streets late last night between a party of Rhenish cattle-dealers and young cadets of the Luebeck Navigation School (reports the Berlin correspon dent o£ the "Daily News" of November 15). The trouble began at the so-called Cavalier Ball in a restaurant. One of the cattle-dealers threatened to throw a glass of beer at one of the Naviga tion students. The insult was preven ted by the landlord, but the students and some Luebeck rowdies who joined them waylaid the cattle-dealers and their friends outside, and a regular fight began. Fists, decanters, sticks, beer-glasses, and finally long knives came into play. Suddenly one of the Navigation stu dents named Vokan screamed, and lell lifeless. The knife of one of his op ponents had pierced his heart. His scream and fall passed apparently un noticed, and the parties continued fighti...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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MR STANLEY HOUGHTON LANCASHIRE PLAYWRIGHT DIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

STANLEY HOUGHTON LANCASHIRE PLAYWRIGHT DIES. Death lias put an end at the tragically early age of 32 to the career of one t'f the brightest and most capable of the younger British dramatists. Mr Stanley Houghton, author of "llindle Wakes" and "The Younger Generation," died yesterday morning at his home in Manchester, after seve ral months of ill-health (says "The Daily Express" of December 12). He was operated on l'or appendicitis in July, and following thereon further serious internal complications develop ed. Mr Houghton was one of the Man chester sciiool of dramatists, of whom it has been said that they saw modern drama as "gloom with a Lan cashire accent." He had none of the proverbial early ill-luck of the dramatist. His first one net play ivas accepted at once for pro duction by Miss Horniman, and two four-act plays which followed were also accepted without hesitation by the same astute manager. One of ' these was "The Younger Generation," and later, when "llindle "Wakes" was ...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HORSE POINTS FOR JUDGES EXPERT ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

THE HORSE POINTS FOR JUDGES EXPERT ADVICE. At the ICybybolite Branch of the South Australian Agriculture Bureau Mr W. J. Colebatch, B.Sc., Agric,. M.R.C.V.S. (Superintendent of-Agricul ture in the South-East), gave a prac tical demonstration on the points o£ a horse. Most farmers, he said, possess a fair knowledge of the general charac teristics to be looked for in a horse of good quality.but few would care to un dertake the responsibilities of show-ring judging, or to ofllciate in any capacity in which their knowledge of the points of a l.orse would be brought und^r the searchlight of public criticism. This may be due to natural reluctance to publicity or to a want of confid which may be attributed in some cases to a want of method or system in '.he process of judging. No matter what the circumstances may be-whether the examination be made in the show ring or sale yard, the aim- should be to adopt some definite and thorough system of working. Once adopted, the method should, as far...

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"A POOR HONEYMOON" [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

I'OOK TIONKYMOON In Belfast Police Court, Annie Smith (alias Donaghy) was fined 10/ for hav ing heen drunk and disorderly. In the hearing of the case a man camo for ward and told tlio court that he mar ried the prisoner on the previous Mon day. "We were going along the street," he said, "when a woman came up and hit her. She was arrested. It's a pnor honeymoon that." It transpired that tlio woman had heen alxty-ono times beforo the court.

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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HOUSING INQUIRY WOMEN LIVE ON 3d A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

HOUSING INQUIRY WOMEN LIVE ON 3il A DAY. There was another scene to-day at the Dublin housing inquiry, and it was a pleasant sequel to the heated inci dent of the previous day, which caus ed the Town Clerk (Mr Campbell) and the law agent (Mr Rice) to withdrawn from the inquiry ns a protest against certain procedure (said the "Daily News", Dublin correspondent 011 No vember 28). The Town Clerk and the law agent took their seats again at the table when the inquiry was resumed to-day, and after profuse apologies had been exchanged by these Corporation cf flcials and the Local Government Board inspector, Mr O'Conor, the business of examining witnesses was continued. The inspector ma>le it clear that they had no animus against the Corporation or anyone in the city of Dublin. The evidence of Dr. M'Waltur show ed that about 10,000 families In Dublin were living under unhealthy conditions. He was a member of tho Insurance Committee, and there were 100,000 people in Dublin for the health ...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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PARSONS AND HUNTING VIEW OF ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

PARSONS AND HUNTING VIEW OF ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. In dedicating on Sunday at Moor Monlcton Church a memorial window to the lato Rev. Charles Slingsby, who was killed while, hunting, the Arch bishop of York defended the associa tion between hunting and the life of Hie professing Christian (says the "Daily Nows" of November 18). He would be a very bold man, r.aid the Archbishop, who would argue that hunting was so cruel that it was abso lutely wrong. "It is very difficult to express an opinion," said Mr James Buckland, when seen on the subject by a " Daily News" representative. "The advocates of the sport argue that it brings a great ?deal of money into the country, and, again, the existence of the fox depends largely upon it. It is a question whe ther it is bettor that the fox should be shot by the farmers on sight or bred for hunting purposes." If hunting were to cease, in a few years the fox would be exterminated. Mr Buckland said ho was acquainted with a charming clergyman who liunc...

Publication Title: Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
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MANIA FOR CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 29 January 1914

MANIA FOR CARDS Berlin is getting Its All of sensa tions from the trial (continued on Monday), says "Lloyd's Weekly" of November 30, of Countess Elizabeth Fischler von Treuberg on charges of fraud, illegal usury blackmail, and slander. The countess Is the daugh ter of a German tailor. Many prominent persons are con cerned in tho trial, including Princess Louise of Belgium and Princess Alex andra of Isenburg-Buringen, while the Crown Prince's name was men tioned during Monday's proceedings, which were occupied with the caso of a young nobleman named Von Alten, who was alleged to have been brought to such a pitch of despair by usury that he shot himself. This young man was said to have twice had his debts paid off by his father, once for £50,000 and the second time for half that amount, but he was again in dif ficulties at the time of his death. Tho chief witness was a money lender named Pariser, and under ex amination by the Public Prosecutor ho got rather angry. When it was suggeste...

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