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DUBLIN CASTLE MYSTERY. SPIRITUALISTS AND THE JEWELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

DUBLIN CASTLE MYSTERY. SPIRITUALISTS AND THE JEWELS. Ever since the day on which the mys terious disappearance of. the Crown Jewels from Dublin Castle was an- j nounced. Sir Arthur Vicars, Ulster King of Arms and custodian of the lost pro perty, has, been Inundated with letters ! and telegrams conveying either expres- . slons of sympathy or suggested solutions p*. the mystery. , . . ... . 'I have had communications from spi ritualists, clairvoyants, and horoBCoplc experts, persons who have had solutions of the mystery reyeaied to them in their ' dreams, and, In fait, from every i«ort of Individual throughout the United King dom,' said Sir Arthur to a 'Daily Mail' representative. 'Recently 1 received a remarkable letter in feminine handwrit ing from an Individual with a Welsh name, that I could not cleariy make but. It contained a long account of a solution to -the mystery which she had had re vealed to her In a dream. Tbe writer said that If the solution led to a re covery of the je...

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THE LADIES COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

THE LAIIES CILUMrl_ EOHIXT FABE. Scotch Broth.— Required : One pound and a half of scrag end of neck of mut ton, two quarts of water,: four-carrots, four turnips, three large, onions, half a cupful of pearl barley. , Trim the mut ton, removing all fat, cut it In pieces and put it Into a stew-pot with the cold water. Bring it to tne boll, skim well, ana then let it simmer for two hours. Now prepare the vegetables. Slice the onions, cut the carrots and turnips into dice and add to the meat. Wash the pearl barley and add that too. Simmer again for an hour. Season with pepper and salt, and just before serving stir tn a desertspoonful of chopped parsley. If you have any outer leaves of celery by you, cut them up, and add with the other vegetables. Scalloped Cod — Required : One pound of cold boiled cod, half a pint of white stock, a quarter of a pint of milk, one ounce of flour, one ounce butter, some One breadcrumbs, pepper and salt -o taste. Having removed the skin and bones from the f...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

Municipal Council. I A. fall Conncii meeting was held hist Monday night, when there were present Aids. Nicolson (Mayor), Autill, Sell, . Evans, Bell, Barr, &raham, Coniiellan, and McQuiggin. Gorresi-on dence. The outward correspondence was read, and adopted on the motion of Aids. Antill and Sell. The inward correspondence was received on the, motion of AIJs. Evans and Cohnellan From DttpHi-tinent Public Works — (1) Forwarding draft form of rate book ; (2) stating geueral fund could b' applied to imblic libraries ; (3) notifying; Oouncil that Mr. H. E. Parr had own proclaimed alderman ; (i) re - facilitating reseurcbus in Lands Department. From Trpasury for%yai:ding £33 5s, 8d. for month's water., enpply, also forwarding, endowment to February 14, 1907, amounting to | £43 18$. lid. '??? ? w ?':?' -!\:; ..:?;, ; From ©6ver.nin6n|; c Siatistician stating that the abstract bad been passed, and was ready for publica tion. The clerk said that he had put it in the printer's hands. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

The Bowral council has taken action to have the ward system abolished.. A Bowral committee has decided to entertain Mr. nnd Mrs, McCoart at a social on September, 30. Whooping Cough is « vaiy dangerous disease unless properly treated. Statistics show that there we more deaftia from it than ?from Boarlot, fever. All danger may T» *voj(ied, hort-eTer, by riving Chamborlaia's ISough Bfetnody. It Bjuifies the tough VououB, maWhg it e4Sfcr; : to expectxuste, keep the oou&h lose and mikes tho attacks of ohqurinaleSB frequent ktoA se--ore For sale by O. H. Piokard, Pioton and Thirl ine*«.— (Advt.) ' ? A- »umbcr, of horses .have recently died At Peak .Hill, the result, it is isaid, of ihe ravages of the bot fly. There is nothing that will so effectually refresh and braoe up toe system, clear the brain, blenso .tue , oommexion and briditeu the eyes as a dose of Chamborlain'G Tablets. Their effect is to stimulate the boVFids to perform their work in a natural and gentle manner, thns c...

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TIME! [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

. TIME! . 'The time Is snort.'— 1 Cor., 1. 29. 'Time br .minutes fllee away. First the tour, then the flay. Email tbe dally loea appears. Yet how soon It mounU to yean.' {tbe* abbre lines were seen scratched on lie wall. ot a conntry town hotel In England, fiftjr yean ago, by a friend - who supplied them tome.] 'As a tale that 1« told' ve spend it. Say what do Its minutes record? AJ-e oor eplrtu poweMed by no 6oly goest, ' So we apeak ,no aaving vbrd? - . 'We note the Venn tint fcy their Joss, And small that loss appears; But the work tott turtoae, In the dayB that . . -are gone, ?; ' .-.. ? -.. . , ? Is multiplied tlm-u*jfc the years. May we seek to redeem the time,' May love guide the words we say; No regret can- recall e'en an action small. No tears -wash . IU Impress away. Work then 'ere the day decllneth, 'Ere the night of lite bo come; May the one talent lent in God'« service be ' spent Till we sing the Hairest Home! . Balaclava. --??'? jL BVANS. V ? ? .;'

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Thirlmere. [From our correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

Thirlmere. rProm our own corresnonHnnf. 1 The concert held last Friday night in aid of the New Church at T/iirlmerc wsi a great success, both fiuaupially and otherwise,' the hall hcing crammed. Great credit is duo to M.r». l'ickard for the manner in -which she trained the children. Tlie proceedings opened with a jjjano ?duet by Mrs. and, M'su Oobbctt, ontitiea jjreams or ileavon. ? a cnoir, consisting of Misses Hofkins. PioVard, D. Cobbett, M Cobbett and Baily, capitally rendered three items.. Miss A' Minton sang 'The Swallows.' Mibk Paull cave 'Tit for Tat1 and 'The Oarvinal.' MeRSrs. Moppett, hiate, Cobbett and Picknrd sang a quartette. Mr. Cobbett contributed a rioliu solo. The second part of the programme wag a children's drama, entitled. 'The Rescue of Little Bed Hiding Hood,' in which the following took part :— Mother, Miss I. Pickard ; Sod Biding Hood, Miss 6. Watson ; Butter Cup, Miss K. Moppett; Roaos, Miss Baily and M. Cobbett ; Woodman, Master K. Craig ; Wolf, Master J. H...

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TELEPHONE MURDER. DAY OF SURPRISES. A WIFE'S JEALOUSY OF HER SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

T€LEPHONE MURDER. dat'oe surprises. a wipe's jeai,ocst of her SISTER. The correspondent of tbe London 'Dally Mail'' wrote from Carisrube on 18th July: Dr. Cad Hnu, the young Washington lawyer, who is being trlea here ott the charge of murdering his mother-in-law, Frau Molitor, who was shot while walking to the Baden-Baden post office to answer a telephone call, made a re markable confession to-day. Maintaining the remarkable selfcon trol and possession which he showed yesterday, even with tbe heart of tbe victim standing in front of him pre served in alcohol, be admitted that be eent a telegram intended to lure Frau Molitor to Paris on the false plea that her unmarried daughter Olga was ill. Tbe message, sent on 29th October, nine days before tbe murder, ran: 'Come by, next train to Paris. Olga' very HI. Oome at once. — Lena (Airs Hau).' ' . ? The confession caused the deepest commotion In the court. Tbe President : So you wrote that telegram? ? J - , .. . -. -. .-. .- ?-,? .-?, T^O...

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Yerranderie. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

Yerranderie. [From our own correspondent.] On Tuesday, 17th instant, the local Bench sent a young man, named Herbert Darcy, to goal for1 fourteen days for ob'aining ^ooJs by roeans of false pretences from Mr.- M. A. Fogi-on, storekeeper. According to the evidence for the prosecution it appears accused represented he had seven cords of wood cut in the busk, and gave an order on hie employer. Subsequently it was discovered that tlie cut wood ' only existed in accused'* imagination. He was appreheudeo twenty miles away, doing wliat is known here as a 'get.' . The local Band of Hope held tlinr usual monthly entertainmeut on Wednesday night, when a number of songs, recitations and dialogues were rendered. During the evening u reciting competition for girls under 14 years was won by Violet Karris, Elva Wliitehead securing the second prize. The weather lias bean excessivly hot for the past fen- days, and as water is becomming scarce, with no immediate prospect of vain, things are only midd...

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FREE SWITZERLAND. RATHER MORE SO. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

FREE SWITZERLAND. BATHER MORE SO. Mr Edward H. Cooper writes In the 'Westminster Gazette' of 29th July:— - With the first appearance of a sum mer day comes the annual outpour of letters (that of the Dean of Norwich appeared In the 'Times' some weeks ago) commanding us to abstain from making: railways in Switzerland, from advertising soap on tbe mountains, and from allowing more than a limited num ber of players to come and disport themselves on the playground of Europe. I apologise to Dean Lefroy If this last paraphrase of his own- complaint an noys him, but It does not in the least misrepresent what he says now, and has said for many years past. A play ground must have games ; it you say that no games shall be allowed In Swit zerland ezecept that of climbing moun tains with ropes and Ice-axes and guides, or rowing placidly about on the Lake of Lucerne, or walking up the fUgl with knapsack and alpenstock, or paint ing glaciers from the terrace in front of the Riffel-Alp Hotel, you m...

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"JACK SPRATT." [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

'JACK SPBATT.' The 'Chicago Evening Post' is re sponsible for the following variations ?n the old nursery rhyme -on Mr John ?pratt, 'who could eat no tat.' and his wife, 'who could eat no lean': — (In Bostonese). John Spratt was temperamentally op posed to masticating or partaking of any comestible which was olea ginous or Dlneetudinous even t£- the most infinitesimal degree. His helpmeet was equally idiosyncratic, being unable to assimilate by deg lutlon any meat that was rich in proteins or hydrocarbonlferous con comitants except that which was devoid of unctlous tissue. Consequently, it was remarked that by a wise provision of nature, as evi denced In their being' affinities, and, therefore, conjoined In the bonds of Hymen, and mutually dividing the meat that was provided for their appetency. They Invariably rendered the platter de void of any remainder whatsoever. (By ftudyard Kipling). Now Spratt and his wife sat down to eat, and she would eat no lean. And he said flat, 'No fat...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

,$,': ? ? ? . ========== - - . j^W At tho lost meeting of the South pg ?? . Coast and West Camden Milk '$f-,.. Suppliers' Association, a motion was gft:. moved by Mr.,T. Armstrong (Albion pSs,: Park) and seconded by Mr. L. g-i- Nicoleon, (Picton) to the effect that. ^ffj., the managers of the milk companifis ||g ;''? be interviewed and an attempt made |fei' to keep die price of milk at 7d, per fe gal'on, pending a. good fan of rain. ipi It was opposed by several delegates; gJ1 , who contended that a written p£v agreement existed, aud thp suppliers g4 were bound 'by it. The motion was MS;, defeated. The president refused to iti?:--;'-':1 -vote. * . . ' ?'.' The Gosford Borough Council taa . been merged into Erina* Shire. p;3*?J rW&?*ig Progress Association |l|P$ffts2o WP;MinisteR.£ur; j^biici; Is^tMiliQf ^aiBcuesidti -*fi«-:'*lijectio'ii|' ^ ^iwire ^tb^raym, knd tfie' Gosf/ird' -, ?;????' Council Sras iberged into the «fcirC Tiiis vras the first application since the institut...

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AIRSHIPS IN WAR. ENGLAND'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

AIRSHIPS IN WAR, ' ENGLAND'S POSITION. 'If a war were to occur in the near future between Britain and another Power, should we be found wanting, and consequently handicapped, in the matter of alr-shlps?' Such was the question put to Major B. F. S. Baden Powell, the well-known aeronaut, by o 'Dally Mail' representative yesterday. 'France,' said Major Baden-Poweu, 'has made great bend way; Germany has now shot suddenly forward; but England will not be left bebindl The autnormes ore Keeping their eyes open to all new developments, and 'though I would not divulge any information of a technical character, I think I may state that experiments have been at tended with good results.' . 'Major Baden-Powell, however, reluc tontiy admitted that the English ex perts had gained no practical': expert-, enee. In their quarters at 'Alderstfot 'they liave plans , and models In ^abun dance; but net-er pnee has ji nillltarj' airship been sailed in England. France, ; on the other hand, already possesse...

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THE SPORTSMAN'S PRIMER A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

THE SPORTSMAN'S PRIMER A BOOK FOB THB TIMES. Opportunity, * remarks the - Cliicapo 'Inter Ocean' of 1st July, Itnocked at the door 6; Norman H. Cro.well and found the young man not only awake, - but up and dressed, even - to a clean .collar and a red necktie, Mr Crowell , paid strict attention to the words of the lody-who-knoeks-but-onoe, as John J. ; Ingalls calls her In his popular sonnet | The result is that he has rushed into print with 'Toe Sportsman's Primer.' Mr Cro well's preface gives the reader a hint of wherein lay his opportunity when he says: 'The insistent demaod for a scientifically accurate and aatho rltntive text-book of sport furnishes the excuse for this little book.' Read between the Hues this mild and modest sentence means something like tills:— 'Now that the Big Stick has de scended upon London and Seton and Roberts and Long, ana Is again up lifted to fall upon any other 'nature fakir* whom Oom John Burroughs shall point out, here am I with my little nature boo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

The LONE HAND. THE AUSTRALIAN rUQAZINE. An expression of 'patriotism with out party feeling. Of romance and sentiment without pessimism. Of art and letters without preju dice. Tbe BEST SHILLINGS WORTH IN THE WORLD. Subscribe direct to the office, or to your nearest news agent. OFFICE: 219 Ooorre St., Sydney, N.8.W. CRICKET ! ! ! THUMPER & CARTER. AUSTRALIAN XI. For next season's CRICKET GOODS. PraoUos Bats bit. Match ., 8/6, 10/6, 1B/0. Sails VZ. RELY OH EXPERTS at 134 MHRKET ST.. SVONBY. ft-. R! : A RJMJ^rR0NG 3 CQ IMPOBTEESOfDaDOSASDCUEMICALS, ' DBUGQISTS1 etmdri^Tindinrubber Goods, Silk Elutlo Stockings, Belts, Binders, Perfumery, Combs, Brasbes, Sponges, Toilet EeaalBites, Band ages, ln4 everything connected with ttie Bnsineu of a Chemist and Druggist, at Reform and Store Prices. AFUBTBONQ'S (Eegtatered) REMEDY for In Uraal or Bleeding PUei. 4/6 i PARAOON FILE OINTMENT, (or Outward or Itching FILES, if ARMSTRONGS' CAMOMILE BILIOUS ond LIVER PILLS, for Indigestion, DyspOT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

- #OR.SHElB0N^a , ' I NEW DISCOVEfiyl; .. -I Arg;pie ' Se^w!* ,'? nft%PBWRITIN(J classes j|ive'^|aT| ? '???'. 1*1 atj the *'Atgyle.^J|bop|^|^^ ?'? 4att office work sKbS^| ^.m'Sn rtbet*? ''? naipes early. F^'^vlfer.^^tcv Cffldren attending^iiiy^clipbl, 6d per ; w«k. ? '?:?: :^-,1.y;',.ii:,.:;.- ? ? ? , ? ^Ordinary school fees':— Children l^vfc1 12 years, ono^ninea per quarter, ; Hattier 12 years, 10s 6(1:. $ Miw M. S.Ross, 5 ?'; Pripclpal Jpt. Joseph's 4ka¥ent^* »'PHE ^Suiters prepare ^jnpile for j X muBical examinations, practical I afed t&Ipretickli patto, organ, and Biuging.^- i'j; \ :. -/y ' , ?. ' -.. ?.' Private lessons ffgiiren in paiutmg, / oils, -water colour, poonah, mono chrome, chaicoal, Btc Copying from .nature a speciality. Also fwnsy needlework .{newest designs) lurlndincr point lace, Tibbon woik, hsb beak, btuw work, pokfi, Mount Melleck, shadow woik, (painted or plain }, Ca- ncknmoroBS For termG elc , apply to St. Jbhoph's ^Dpnvmt . r r-t £pnu«fi9, QAltVUUMiD...

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UNDER THE WILL OF PETER HANSELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

UNDER THE WILL CF PETER i~ i^^iflwjTOWme bpnse where Peter: %? Wa^L;baAiivia tor many .yeans be - : ' :- '.-?-. ;?-*? :*?valea alone' was as bleak ana '??„. /J-lMk.i:3riUiiii as the night without. : There was ;JUght only In the library, .,-- where Judge Marcellus was about tol read th» will to the heirs. An (expectant lot, of course; the more eo because none of ^hem had been near j ? or dear to thev deceased. There was 1 Dick Naples, who had dabbled In stocks ; to the annoyance of his great-uncle, aha there was Dick's spinster sister, Prne. There -was red-faced John Nason, the uuuaier, wag wouia not nave Tenturei within doors bad he not been reassurec by the crape, and John's white faced ?wife, Rachael, a grandnlece. There was their second cousin, too, Clarice Han seU, the monologist, who had not seer her relatives for years *and wished she might never ; have had to see them. Restlessly they waited, with greedy sour and angry stances, like animal* about to be fed. . The judge was al...

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Fate and Patricia, Published by Special Arrangement. CHAPTER I THE ANTIMACASSAR HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

fate and^ ^^Pairicla. , JBY ALICE GRANT ROSMAiy. j] . /** published by Special Arrangement. CHAPTER I. Trts AKTIMirAKRAR HODSK. And the spring arose on the garden fair, Like the image of love felt everywhere ; And each flower and shrub on the earth a dark breast fiose from the dreams of its wintry rest. —Shelly. Boredom «nd Dick Anderson went jpne day down the mountain'road to ^f '..I ??':?' Wt ,j4er, They were old time cpmpinions, '?'^'~ ''??? mai'ol late, sjnee ^ging had touched !|!?Vyp:||fceir%«r^ : ^ ?' ^ ^bitbery'^br:B6Ved6m ib but ihe'8tfn- '?.'' '??? day name iot Discontent, and Spring ??'?''.? and Discontent have been fellowtravel lers all their lires. The lazy naze 01 mia-a»y resrau. u^oh the h\\ht and the breeze went by bo soft ly that 6rchid and buttercup and all the flowers that grew among the grass of the roadstead stood motionless as it passed. The twitter of nestling birds and the drowsy sonnd of cowbells filled the air, 1 and somewhere a train whistled, far off anlon...

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PEKIN TO PARIS PRINCE BORGHESE INTERVIEWED. ONE-THIRD THROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

PEKIN ^P^I»iRIS 3-RINCE ?.-?, BORGHESE Jara-BR- i ?' ??.. ' ' Viewed. ''.'?' :^^.- one-third through. _-? From Omsk on 14th July the Special Correspondent of tbe London 'Daily Mail' wrote:— . ?While ? Prince Borghese's motor-car was racing from Krasnoyarsk west wards, the Trans-Siberian express, full of interested passengers, was speeding eastwards from Moscow, both with the preliminary goal of Omsk, a little over a third of the way of -the motorists' 10,000-mile Journey from Pek!n to Paris. Though the distance was greatly in favor of tbe car, -the express arrived first. But the awful condition of the roads, particularly between Krasnoiarsk and Tomsk, where a month's continual rain had converted the greasy, sticky clay into veritable quagmires, proved a terrible handicap to Prince Borghese. At Tomsk even the cabmen have re fused to drive through the streets. Prince Borghese arrived at Omsk at four o'clock this afternoon, one month and four days after his departure from Fekln, and on...

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THE KAISER'S MIMIC WAR. BALLOONS, DOGS, BICYCLES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

THE KAISER'S MIMIC WAR. BALLOONS, DOGS, BICYCLES, ETC. According to the Berlin correspondent of the 'Dally Hall,' who wrote oil 25th July, great Interest attaches to the de tailed announcement just made regard Ing the military manoeuvres to take place in tbe province of Poses, from. lGth September to 21st September, which the Kaiser will attend In person. The manceuvres will be unique, ?? Inas much as many ; modern ' improvements and recent Innovations In the teehnlciue ' of waging war will be subjected to an exhaustive trial. .. v ' According to . Information received from a well-informed source, the new military airship will take an actlre part Id the manoeuvres, as was Arranged some time ago In the event of the suc cess of the trial nights. Bicycle divisions will also play an entirely new role, be ing used not only for reconnoitring pur poses, but also for active offensive war fare, executing surprise attacks on in fantry, and cutting communications, etc. By way of experiment the...

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SENSIBLE 18th—CENTURY DAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907

&£HttJUBZ£: i8th*CENTrjHY DAMES. As wits, theologians, politicians, and writers, the Votnen of S. hundred and fifty .or sixty years. ago were certainly in advance of those of to-day, yet, ap- parently they had no wish to push 'man from .his proper place. ? They waged ' no sex war ; they held no antimatri monial views. They made good mothers,' they were /excellent housewives; they were socially charming, they, managed to be personally attractive. In many directions- they had the advantage of jis.— 'lady's Pictorial.'.. . .

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