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Where Women Work Hard. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Where Women Wovlc Hard. A depressing picture-of the frightful conditions in which poor .working women spend their lives in older countries, is drawn by Rohcrt Hunter, in December " Cosmopolitan." ' ' In Warsaw," says Mr. Hunter,■" I once saw a troop of women, going back and forth from a building in process of con struction, emptying hods of ,dirt and carry ing in hods of brick or mortar. They were splendid women physically, with broad shonlners and hips,' strong limbs, and stout ankles, bin they were all young, and when I enquired why it was, the fore man said, "The work does for them in a very shoit time, and when they break down they are no longer of use to lis.' At 30 the women are already old and unfit for further usefulness to the purchasers of labor, so they sit at home like . grand mothers, waiting the passing of the.ir time. Indeed, throughout Poland and Russia, one sees-'women bearing burdens which seem far beyond their strength. •' In all the countries of Europe one sees t...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Energy, Ambition, Cheerful ness, Strength, a Splendid Appetite, and Perfect Health 1 M. i®Sr« lw niay be eecurod l>y all who follow tlie . example-of the yonng lady who gives- this, testimonial: "Every spring*, for years, I usod to have intolerable headaches and total loss of en* orgy, so that.the, seaBon -which should be welcomed by mo was a dread; for, as the warm, pleasant days arrived, they brought to mo lassltudo and paiu, A friend advised mo to tako J commenced using: it and have not had since th.i» the lirst symptom of heailacbo. My .appetite in splendid, and I perform my duties vltli n cl\e.erfulneriF»nnd onorgy thatsnrpriso myself. I tako |>!easuro in tolling all my ; frlunrta of tho merit of Ayer's Sursaparilla^ nud the happy resultB of its use." There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you got "AYER'S." Prepared by br. J. C, Aysr 4 Co., Lowell, .Mass., U.S. A. -AYEH'S riLX.8, tha bouk family laiatlve. E3SE®25S^53H32K2SSEj3 e FaliagS agOP £9 8 9 Just the Fiasc...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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FREE THEATRE TICKETS. AMUSING REQUESTS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

: TREE THEATRE TICKETS. . AMUSING REQUESTS RECEIVED. The ways of people who try to obtain v .free theatre, seats from managers ure as varied as -they are' strange, but the iol-■ lowing letters received at the \Duke- of York's Theatre recently lor Mr Charles Frohman goes oven a little further lhan the average request that arrives daily at every; .theatre ; in London.' The .letter hears the address o£ a gentleman living in a : good neighborhood : . .Dear .Sir,—I am writing, to ask whe ther .you will be kind enough to present ■me with- two .-.tickets for stalls: or dre^s circle to ■ see , !'JPeter„ Pan".: It am simpiy dying-to see it, but-cannot-afford such a ■ luxury. ■ -■ 7 I promised a. lady tnat X-would take her to" the theatre ; and ■ give her-a- -box'.* as; soon as I :could afford it, but I am .not likely-to be able to afford it, unless you give me a ticket-for a-box instead .of the above * , . I enclose, a- stamip for your reply, with, I hope, the ticket for -the box-or' stalls ...

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A LITTLE BRIEF NOTORIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

; A LITTLE BRIEF NOTORIETY.?' It looks: its :tb°ugh many eonstitu-i oncies would vote for a passable mar- j ionettq if'attired in Liberal colors .j aud adorned with a few appropriate J phyilacterics. Wo advise most of ' tihe ' inexperienced young gentlemen who' are now with an astonished delight j adding Al .P. to their names to niako the most of their time in the comitig 1 »Wiatnent, for they will undoubtedly i I never bolong to another. —"Manches-. tor Courier."

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THE ABSENT MOTOR. A LOST VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

| THE ABSENT MOTOR, j ,A LOST VOTE. "To it comin' ?" .sniii the old mail. ' . ' The gill poked her head further out o£ the cottage window; then stepped back into the room. , "No, it's not in sight yet, dad." ' , . "Ah, well! there's plenty o' time yet, I Mary. Just give my. hat another brush, will you? And my boots ain't as clean . as they might be." j "You are gettln' particular," said the I girl as she gave the bright boots a flick with, the duster and turned her attention to the.beaver-hat. . "Well, it ain't every day as one goes to I the poll. .It's a dooty as I 'olds by; but. I with these 'ere roomatiks It's many a year since I've exercised me right-as a citizen o' this great hemplre. Wen that gent came round . to see me an' talks clvll-like, an' tells me 'oo I ought to vote Cor,- l.scs, ses I, 'I'm sorry, sir, but these roomatiks o' mine won't let me get us far as the village school, or else I'd vote to i your way o' thlnkinV 'Oh, that's all 1 light, ses 'e,' cheerful-like; 'I...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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THE SOCIALIST COUNTESS. HER LABOR VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

THE SOCIALIST COUNTESS. HER LABOR VIEWS. Tho following letter from the Countess of Warwick to tho editor of the London "Dally Mall" of 12th January, will be read with intrest:— . ' / Sir,—It'Is hardly surprising that: the; aim's and objects of the party of iJirect Labor representations should, be. ignored" by the Capitalist Press. - But it is- Lhe more strange that in noticing a speech by so.unimportant an individual as -my self the subject-mater is completely Ignored in order to record: that I: wore a dress and a muff; and noted a little'anec dwote in passing during, a speech of thirty-live minutes. - The real object of that meeting, the splendid services that Councillor Will Thorne and others of. his class are doing, lhe attitude of the great tradeJunions of ;the country,- 'the orgaiilsed. wdrker's . of . which are defining the future, education Policy for their children, are not -worth a reporter's attention. While' Mr-Bal lour and Mr Lloyd-George are wrangling as to. .whether re...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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A COSTLY ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

A COSTLY ERROR. Tho fact that Mr Chambcrlaln'6 name hap pens. to bo that also of ati ofllco under tho Crown often causes tho ex-Colonial Secretary to bo confounded with tho Lord Chamberlain. Berlin was Indignant with htm for prohibit ing tho performance 1q London of Ibsen's "Ghosts," though Mr Chamberlain had as much or as little to do with It on Nebuchad nezzar. A mistake from which ho experienced morn omnaemcnt occurred at Cautorets, a Prcoch i watering-place of a particularly . desirable ' character, which is noted for Its moderate tariff. 1 When Mr Chamberlaiu's bill was.presented, however, his secretary, as. the story runs, ; found tho charge ridiculously high, and totally - at variance with tho known rates of tho place,. Ho-inquired the cause of this. .. ■ I "If the Prince of Wales's Chamborlaln does » . not choose to travel incoguito," was the an-, j swer, "ho must bo prepared to pay for thol J honor and glory of the position." It was explained that Mr Chamberlain held 110 of...

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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ARRANT NONSENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

ARRANT NONSENSE. It you saw- a- plok pug puppy playing ping • pong with a pig, Or a great grey gooso a-golflng with a goat, "Would you think it was as funny aa a big, . brown Bolgian bunny ; Blowing bubbles with a bishop In a boat? If a gentlo jokecmith jabbers-nutty nonaonse In a way . That causes you brain-softening to dread, Would you send him to a collcgo whero they ' try to hammer knowledge Into people that arc foolish in tho head?

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A ONE-PIECE BODICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

a: one-piidce bodice. A garment; which has no seams must be siniplo to make.' This bodice is just a little pleated in front for - fulness: over the bust, and a little at ,the'back'of the -wuisl. It could bo copied by cutting out on paper. X do not furnish such patterns. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

Vxtte feff F&ttas&s. PSIOSS h!U astomlah ptra 11 JMK ELL Q0OBS ffOElllDES P08TH6I1 FRBB. O (E3,sriraEjEB-sr,E3 oissj!b.sjl. eses© ebjpjlm«a jmb ^ro^WBUBtggaaiafia), ESta.w'EEm ElEST E3©EU3B Br©® S5SIE35S matobhaiui, KIJUfX& EaAKfCJBKSSXJR, Bi«&NntBTO, COHTAiEJE. LACKS, H2ESOONS, aJLOVKS. JACsqSTS, COSTUMES, BSt-©TS, eta., ®S/3.MMM 13$ {g2!gp g?033 0© Essi/ (22e53csSi Sfesssa CSso ESss^s^ OlSsasgp 2a 0^!^asS?fl E©© WIll^W

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DEATH IN A COMPLIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

DEATH IN A COMPLIMENT. At Yverdon, on Lake Neuchatel, a. fortnight before her wedding day, Mdlle. Bcrsot was entertaining her future hus band and some of his friends, when, one of them, a medical student, compliment ed her on her complexion, laughingly re marking that her bright color resembled that of a consumptive. Thi.s thoughtless remark preyed upon the girl's mind, and next day she paid a visit to a doctor, by whom her worst fears wore confirmed. Returning homo she w-roto a letter to her Ilanco, and after posting it poisoned her self. She was' found dead In bed next Tho successful dairyman adds kindness and regularity to skilful feeding.

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HOW TO DON THE LIFE-BELT. SHOULD PASSENGERS BE TAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

I' • •• "7 : : r~~v •• - HOW TO DON. THE LIFE-BEIiT. SHOULD PASSENGERS BlS TAUGHT. ; 1 A correspondent in the "Dally Mall," o£ 10th January, who had > been a._ passen - ber by an American liner, pointed,' out that under the new Marine Law of the United States he had^ been .visited.in. ills: cabin by a: steward, who instructed him in the art of adjusting a-life-bclt;^ His demand tor a like- rulo in Britishivossnls has brought • us many messages- from: correspondents in English seaport towns. I To fit a life-belt on one's body pre-: sents no great difficulty to" an intelligent man in his calm wits,-but the huddle of frightened passengers during an accl'dent at sea finds it less easy, sas inany a.'.ship wrcclc has testified, :for bodies often drift ashore,on.which the belt which should save life,has shifted to";the ;feet: and. drowned the wearer. : " Inquiries at the Bfl§toI Steamship of ! flees show that passengers on" long voy-' ages are usually taught: tosput^or'.'ife-, , belts.'...

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BUDDING VIRTUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

BUDDING VIRTUE.' * . 'At a Sunday school festival a tcacher nsknd the boy's if they bud eujoyod tho repast. All responded, "Yes, sir." • • ,{ ' V.Tlien," asked tho teacb'or, "if you had-' flipped ' into vmyc garden, and picked, theso^ strawberries : without my leave, would they hayo tasted as good as now?",.. . 1 Every, small hgy In that stained and'sticky I company- shrlokcd, '.'No, sir!", .. " "Why not?"" r ;• •? <Causc,,'r:said-.liLtlo Thomas,- with the « 1 cheerfulucss of conscious- virtue, "then • wo ' I shouldn't have had sugar. ami;,cream 'With 'om.'!■■■" 1

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PULPIT STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

PULPIT STOEIEJS. t Dr. Walsham How used to tell an amusing 'Story of .a clergyman who,.when discoursing •. on tho mixture^ of igood and evil in the church, said: "Kemembcr-.theret_wrisa Ham-in-tho Ark." Then, thinking that the remark might;1 seem an odd one, corrected himself by adding —"I mean n' human I-Iam." - - - . .1 • Au incident In tho life of: Dr! Thomas Sho"- } rldan supplies a typical example., of tho man who docs the right thing at tho wrong, time.-' This divine, ,-the grandfather?of';RlchardiBrlns-;; ley - Sheridan, once. preached * a^sermon. ,on the 'King's Birthday,' nnd- rulned- his, prospects of i ecclesiastical • preferment by'selectlhg as1 bis > text, "Sufficient- unto the ; day: Is the , evil1 j - thereof. "■■■■• *

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NEAR ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

.. NEAR;ENOUGI#:' '* I Ono.day asin train.pulled up.at arllttle sta I tlon of a. most.: depressing town, In a moBt I, dreary district pf. tho_ country, a passenger, ; thrusting' his head out of. a* carrlago window, asked of a dejected-looking "citizen who was leaning against the station door— "Tell me, what; do you call this dried-up, dreary, ordinary, low-down place?" . "That's near enough, sir," repllod the na tive, In a-melancholy-volco. "Lot It go at that"

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A TALE OF DICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

-7 -7* v,. A; TALE. OF • DICKS! ,Dcaiifl<Farr{ir used, tq tell.a^good story of the way?,lu which,.Cbarlea Dickens defended •'Biins'^Rcevijs'.'from^k^dlgco'nrtefey.V v, -w , %-Mrv Stma rltecveB'.had b^feri i-nilriounccJ - to singt-at* a*i publio» dinner,- and,,>,a& !happencd , uot' iuftQauently,.:Mr/ Sims Reaves- had .some-' thing,-tm> ^matter >vith his ;throat, and - was • unable; to - be/'present. - r • • Dickons •< announced ; this,, nnd •Nthe^-announ.ccment--. was received with n general, laugh, of-incredulity; -v j This mado -Dickens,'.who was in.» the. chair, 1 . very 1-angry ^'-'tod."ho manfully • uphold his - frlendi. "My friend, Mr -Sims ••Hooves," ho , snid, "regrets his inability to fuifl ;hla en gagement/ owing," ho added -with great so verity* "to an' unfortunately^: amusing and highly. facotlous'; cold 5"; , .:;' , v - :

Publication Title: Wollondilly Press, The
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NURSERY NOTES. ECONOMY IN THE NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

v NURSERY NOTES. - ECONOMY IN THE NURSERY, Now, In the-.rearin'g of, children-much : money is often 'spent-spent7 to. very..little -advantage, .and -sometimes* much is spent that.might, very well."be saved for their future use, if a. little, care, and common senso were used in their up-bringing, says an English paper. Take,' for instance,; rthese t'wo':items, : DRUGGING AND DOCTORING^ Isn't it a matter of-common Knowledge that in some families;..to use a popular phrase, "the .doctor .is--never out of the house"? Aiid isn't )t;also a ^act-.that in some' "families tho apothecary's "bill" for drugs is as big as' the grocer's: or butr cher's—indeed, perhaps", bigger?; ~ Now, why should .this be so? "Why should Mrs Brown spend two. or three pounds' a: monthJ at'W^f'chemist's, while Mrs Robinson's outlay on drugs doe^ not reach the same amount in a year?. You will say, perhaps, ' It-is because the little Browns are delicate"; but,, as. '•.an .'actiialjfact, if you dig the;>"matter down...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. USHFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

THE LADIES' COLUMN. UBEFITL HINTS. Egg stains on spoons are easily re moved with salt. Dip a damp cloth Into some dry salt, and with It rub the'bowl of the spoon,which will soon be as bright as ever. , . . . . Brass Ornaments.—To clean ail sorts of brass ornaments,wash them over with strong ammonia, using a brush to scrub the embossed ' and otherwise ' wrought parts. Rinse in clear water, wipe dry, and polish with a leather. Light-colored Book Covers.—Finger marks arid other sligtit soil may be re moved from ll£ht-colored book covers by rubing over them a little powdered pumice stone (slfted) ;wlfch a piece of the wash-leather. Use another piece of the leather to take off'any trace of the pow der when the stain has. been removed. To Clean Discolored. Enamelled Sauce pans.-^Scouring an enamelled saucepan with powdered pumice stone will remove its-stains; but prevention is better than cure, and the easiest wfly .tc" keep therrv. nice is to boil them out frequently with water containin...

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GRIT FOR POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

GRIT FOB POULTRY. .Thc.faqt that fowls .require grit.In order.to. digest -hard' grain Is frequently overlooked "by", poultry, keepers. The work of reducing and' grlndlng'up whole grain la the cftso of fowls is principally;-performed by the- gizzard, nil organ whlcji •*l£'•'p'^bvldcd,' with'strong" muscles' for this purpose. :. v.. £,'■ Unless,,ho wevor,.somo' grit or small pebbles or. graycl.aro present.In the gizzard to,ald in the'grinding up of the grain the process goeav on. imperfectly and in a very alow manner1—* much slower than should normally be the case. Inability to procure a sufficient amount of grit results in digestive disturbances being set-up, andtho food—at any rate, that pro vided in thb sha>e of wholo grain—not being properly assimilated. In some cases lack of grit may provo fatal. ' ' On being sallowed the food is conveyed into the crop along the guuet. ; rue lining, mem brane of the crop socrotos. certain digestive juices, which to somo extent soften hard grai...

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wollondilly Press — 21 April 1906

HOMELY FARE. • Cheese'Fritters.—This is a good way of, using up cheese-rinds, which, even after •this, process, are good for the stock-pot. Grate', your cheese, adsl. its- weight, in • flour, then; according to taste, some dry ' mustard, pepper ; and salt. Well beat the . yolk, of one egg in a teacupful of water, with a bit of butter about the tiae of a,walnut, mix ali ingredients, fry • ing them by" tablespoorifuls In boiling fat. ■ They-turn :out very .tastily, anda! ter being allowed, to drain] will keep hot and crisp in'thb oven until it-is time for their appearance on the diriing-table. 'Preserved Ginger Pudding.—Beat to a cream four ounces of butter and four .ounces of castor sugar, break one egg into it, and: throw in two ounces of sifted flour. Beat for five minutes, then break in another, egg, and add .two more ounces . of'tlour. " Beat^or a fSsV; minutes longer, "add two. , ounces of preserved - ginger; chopped small, and two tablespoonfuls of the syrup. When all is mixed ...

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