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A LION FIGHT. IN A TRAINER'S DRESSING-ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
f A X.IOJ7 FIGHT. IN A TRAINER'S DRESSING-ROOM. The Inquest on Joseph Hasselmann, twenty-six, assistant to an animal trai ner, who 'was killed by a lion at the Gloucester Palace of Varieties on Sun day evening, was held at Gloucester Infirmary on 30th July. Ella Jensen, wife of Louis Jensen, ol Copenhagen, said' she was touring with six lions and cubs, with which she per-, formed. She arrived in Gloucester on ^ Sunday. The lions were left la their cages at the side of the stage. She In the evening, end found the cages had been moved, and that one. lion was loose In the dressing-room with Has eelmann. The cage was across the door, and Hasselmann, who had his arms rcund the lion's neck, oald, 'Oh, miss, what have I done?' ? ?':?: ?-'?' Blank cartridges -were flred with no effect on the lion, but he was eventually , driven Into the cage by a stream from ?;. ?:??':'..' a. Jlre hydrant. . ., ?-..:,? :V ?'? ; . .r :'',.:?;$£ sFraink Hugglna, a stage hand at the . ..: ':v theatre. Bald tha...
HANGED THE WRONG BROTHER RUSSIAN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
HAKOED THE \7XtOBTO BKOTBEB TmRSTAut msnRnht) .'--^'-rsv-'^^?,'.'. =4 :-Two hrothers named Jan iwid; Jan Ka- ?;'?' : ^^Ucalibl^^^ii^^'^M^^'^iBimi''^:'/-':-; tor ;Abbe^^tf-^li^&.l'^^^:-»4?-i:S; ''r£ i^j^^f'^kJij^ifl^^^'^i&t^'-i^fy*.^^' oJscoii*er^ya.;-^w';ho(^Alater^^ sentence' ot toe su^vingiirb^ of eight months* 4mprisonment.i-''Dailv ^i ' ?jtoa?!:\-~£--C^ ?^^?'. ' ????^;v4;:.'?-'-;;-'-'^'^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
U I; ?..: ? | c From ftiVprize ; ?vfitaiaitig cockerel ^ (3 fii^tg, 3 ^cj-ivdVi«ia»«l*t«^Ven^^ ? -' '-.. -certyi'cjitV^J'liyJ?';?-. -;.: .. ''.',-. ' -^«-,; v -.;?.?':? ????..? v *'^na?sMTm -;'. ;-;r- . ? ' - -??-\ '--*;? j^iiir.liiierpt SILVER WyANDOTTESi JfyHawkes but-y College pen of .priBe^yinnin&iKyers, 6 birds, laid 1113 eggs in 12 pionUjB, market value, U 18s 9d* mated to * splendid tjpe of rooster rbredi-pin Warren'fi, competition , winners wbioh last year kid 1085 eggB. , -A\ ?' ? Wyaudotte Farm, fe3 ?- ' ?';'?? Tlie. OaiUs. R.' B. WILSON, . .'? .'.. &addler, . ? : ' SoloPictop Agent. ,/' Sazorback. ! WEDNESDAY^ OCTOBER 2, 1907. ! Clea-. ing-out Sale of Dairy Cattle, - Howes, Vehicles, Efeiming Imple,. nieuts'Dniry Keq.uisites, Household ? . . '. ' - '??? '??'??' Fiiraituve, etc H~%& r|ce]TOd instructions ffdm Mr.'; tJii.,)(iB.:^oc-tok'to sell at; .liis resi- . ?: dejjii^r:HMJ6orljiu:!i, -JU Wwuesday, 2ud; : ':.'??:. .Oc&^t'lvbijiocla ?-;?- -...
Select Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
[?] ; The StiPit^B^ndSt.^hiony% Gatbolia Gnild hyld a Very fencceBsf al Social oh friaa^ n!gbjt'-fax^ai|»r the piano fund. |A1b(mt ii^lf^iie trjbney lor'the iuBtrument' has-been raised, rand whenit^s pajd for it , vgji be presented to ^ thejciinrok -j Aboat 40 coapies tripped the- light fantastic far into tho early hours of morn ip the sprightly music played by Mips Peek.. ; Mr, J. Farrell assisted with extra, tnusic. : Mr. W-. McDonald performed the duties of M.C in «a higbij- satisfactory tnanner. The ladies Of ! ' Jhb ' committee were respbusiele )fQr the 'refreshments, and it is said that Mri/Garrity had to empJoyai carpentsr.-.to put stays in the tables to prevent them from breaking down under'theweight of gopd things. ytia inii iers- 'pf liaflies came from Thir!mere»,WilfonjBargo, Oaks Eoad, and jSydney. ,v ;i : ;
A RUSSIAN SCARE. LADS FIGHT TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
A RUSSIAN SCARE. LADS FIGHT TROOPS. ?rue young idea has learned how to shoot In Russia, and many of the most dangerous of the revolutionaries are still In their teens. At a small town down In the provinces a policeman noticed two youths, aged about eighteen or nineteen, one wear ing a red blouse and the other a black one, sitting and smoking near the church porch.. A stranger who announced himself to be a member of the secret police or dered him to arrest them. Compelled to obey, the constable advanced towards the young men, who arose and opeoed a revolver nre. striking the policeman In the shoulder aud right foot. The secret agent promptly clenred out of danger, but raised an alarm, and the youths retreated into a by-stpeut and entered an untenanted house. An in spector of police, close on their heels, managed to gain an entrance before they could bar the door, and was in etaatiy killed with four revolver shots. A squad of dragoons, with' a 10-ponnder gun, was brought up and the of...
RAISULI. HIS ROMANTIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
^^RAISIJUV- ' HIS ROMANTIC STORY. There are many strange stories in tho ' Arabian Kignts' Kwrites J-Yanecs Campbell in the ' West minster Gazette'), but I doubt if uny one of them is hall so strange os the story of that prince of tha blood royal whom the ' Timea' dubted ?? the Irigand Raisuli.' No teller of stories in the Fok could imagine anything so wonderlul— nay, not even the career of El Menhetibi, son of the Keeper of Cows, is half bo fascinating or half so improbable. Mulai 'Hummet may smile, as the ircuuinieB or me newspaper arLrcieM concerning him are translated by his scribe. But I doubt if his enemies would enjoy that smile— even while they know' him outlawed and with a price upon his handsome head — be- cause Mulai 'Hummet has been out lawed before, and he did not forget friend or enemy. His Kalila. in a moment of temporary oblivion of the past, betrayed his master, and his h»uca lie in a shallow grave above the Sok — another of his. officials, AH, has taken service -und...
TEE 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. 1 According to the Berlin correspondent of the 'Dally Sloil,' who wrote on 25tu July, great interest attaches to tbe de tailed announcement just made regard ing tbe military manoeuvres to take place in the province of Posen from. 16th September to 21st September, which the Kaiser will attend. In person. Tbe manoeuvres will be unique. Inas much as many .modern Improvements and recent innovations in the technique ' of waging war -will be subjected to un exhaustive trial. . . : According to information received from a well-informed source, the new military airship will take an active part In the manoeuvres, as was arranged some time ago In tbe event of the sue- - cess of the trial flights. 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, they ...
THE SPORTSMAN'S PRIMER A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
THE SPORTSMAN'S PRIMER A BOOK FOB THE T1SIBS. uppornmiiy, remarra tub *juii3}j;u 'Inter Ocean' of 1st July, knocked at the door of Norman H. CroweU 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 tue lady-who-knocks-but-onee, as John J. ; Ingalls calls her In his popular sonnet. | Tbe result is that he has rushed Into , prmt wjtn 'xne sportsman b rnnier. | Mr Crowell's preface gives the reader ' a hint of wherein lay his opportunity when he says: 'Tbe Insistent demand for a scientifically accurate and autho ritative text-book of sport furnishes tbe excuse for tbls little book.' Read between the lines this mild and modest sentence means something like this:— , 'Now that the Big Stick has de scended upon London and Seton and Roberts and Long, and 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 bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
TO STAND THIS SEASON, - AT PICTO3V And travel the Ctampbclltown and Camden Districts. THE THOEOtTGHBBEDTBOTTIKG StaMAON REBELLION. REBELLION is a rick dark brown horse, standing over 16 hands liigh, rising 8 year» old, showing plenty of bone ana muscle, and has perfect action. Rebellion is by the celebrated and ? wall-l;no«'n trotting stallion Hebel Childe ?' out o£ Florence, by Boecacio (imp.) out of Mystery, by rluon (imp.) Kebeiwok ««s brod by William AUeh, Esq., 'Blmgruri'/'.Bcgi, and van foaled . Nov. 10. 7SS9. .HiyusLiios took first and special prize at BegaShovr,'l9OO. ? KEBEL CHILDE, the sire of Rebellion, is by die celebrated imported American trotting horse, Childe Harold, ,, out of the grand mare Velocity, by Rebel (see Stud Book). ? Bbbel Childe won the tcro-year-old champion trot at Elsternwick Park, Melbourne, beating a field of nineteen. Rebel Childe has been a great success st the stud, huvicg sired more winners and track-trotting horses than any sire in Australia. A...
The Picton Post. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
The Picton Post. AH advertisements, utlicr, than local, will be charged for at the foliowing minimum rkbe*. Quarterly — Wceklj' Issue. Space. How Gbaded. Scale. £ s. d. 1 inch Rises of f 0 10 0 2 ' - 0 ]3 0 . 3 ' 3s. ? j 0 16 ,0 5 ' per inch J 1)82 0 6 ' per quarter I. 0 25 0 ,9 ''???; '-? ?:? .? ' V - ' ' ?? f. .1 i 6. :-i»'*-- .?-??^v::-.-V^-^.^ ?f-o;.io.'p\.; ^JO^' '? ?^?'^:~ ?('^?: ?::%::i.H5:'?Q^'i ???«-'.'?'-? per'jfioh.. : j -KJ? 'S :~ 12 .**' \ 2 0 t( 13 ' f220 14 .' 2 4 0 15 '« 2«. j 2 6 0 16 ' ) ,2 6 0 17 ? ' per inch. '2 10 0 18 ' 1.2 12 0 19 ' ( 2 IS 6 20 ' It 8d .. - ' I £ J5 O 21 ' per jncli. 1 2 16 6 V2 ' .'-' I S'tS a'' Casual adv$irtisetuente, 3s fir^tiuoh, every succeeding inoh, 1b 6d. . ? '.. \ ' .. . Paragraph advertisements, i.e., fresh .set matter each insertion and not lees than S inches eaoh issue, contracts for 240 inches, ja ; each additional inch, 6d. Forlesfettan 240 inches by sptoiaX arrangement ' ' ' P*ragraphad™rti8ements(under.3iDol»s} la per inoh. ,....
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
liUiv Relnting to iVe«s|»n|iers. Subscribers and advortiscre who do not give express notice to the' contrary ore ooa sidered as wishing to continue their sub scriptions or ndvertisemonts. It subscribers order the discontinuance of their publications, the publisher may con tinue to send thorn until all arrears are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take papers from the office to wlucU they are directed, they are held responsible until they If subscribers move to otlior places with out informinjr.publishers, and papers are sent to their £ornwv direction, tin; subscribers are responsible. The courts have decided thnt 'refusing to take periodicals, from any post office, or re- ' moving, or leaving them .uncalled for, is prinva iaoie'evidenoe-of iiitentional fraud.' - If jwrsonB pay in advance for a newspaper, or quarterly aoyertisemeiitE, they «!vo bound to give riohoe to the publisher at the end of thetime that they do not wish to continue: it, or otherwise the publislici' is au...
Picton Pips. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
Picton Pips. Ald. H. E. Barr took his seat last Conncil meeting. Mr. W. J. Clark is a warder in the Bathurst goal. Mrs. Clark (nee Woodward) will be greatly missed as a worker in the Church of England Sunday School and Gleaners' Union. The next meeting of the Council falling on Eight Hours Day, the Council resolved to hold the meeting the following night. The last official day for registering dogs is September 30, but 14 days' grace is allowed, making the last day October 14. J. D. Mitchell, who was remanded to the Parramalts Quarter Sessions, &nbsp; pleaded guilty on Monday to two charges of false pretences and was remanded for sentence. The Wollondilly Shire Council, at its meeting on September 20, struck a general rate of one penny in the pound on the assessed unimproved capital value of all rateable property. Would the Picton people like to have the same experience as &nbsp; Murwillumbah? They may have it &nbsp; if they do not take steps to establish a fi...
Orange Blossom. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 25 September 1907
Orange Blossom &nbsp; &nbsp; Last Wednesday two well-known and &nbsp; well-liked young Picton folks were united in holy matrimony by the Rev. W. J. Roberts in St. Mark's Church of England. Mr. Walter J. Clark, fourth son of Mr. James' Clark, of Razorback, led Miss Gertrude S. &nbsp; Woodward, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Woodward, of Picton, to the altar. The bride was dressed in white floral silk, &nbsp; trimmed with chiffon, satin and lace, and she wore a wreath and veil. The bride's travelling dress was of royal blue voile, trimmed with white satin and lace, with hat to match. The bride wore a gold watch and chain, the present of the bridegroom. Misses Mildred &nbsp; Woodward and Tillie Clark officiated as bridesmaids, and were attired in cream voile, trimmed with lace and insertion, buttercup and eau-de-nil ribbon respect- tively, and their hats were of white silk straw, trimmed with chiffon, ribbon, and flowers. The bridesmaids wore ...
A RUSSIAN SCARE. LADS FIGHT TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 2 October 1907
A RUSSIAN SCARE. LADS FIGHT TROOPS. The young idea has learned how to' shoot In Russia, and many of the most dangerous of the revolutionaries arc stIU in their teens. At a small town down in the provinces a policeman noticed two youths, aged about eighteen or nineteen, one wear ing a red blouse and the other a black one, sitting and emoking near luu church porch. A stranger who announced himself to be a member of the secret police or dered him to arrest them. Ooiiipulled to obey, tbe constable :id winced towards the young men, who aro.se nnd opened a revolver fire, strikiup thn policeman in the Shoulder nud right foot. The secret agent promptly oiaared out pf danger, but raised au alarm, and the youths retreated Into n by-street an* entered an untcnanted house. An in spector of police, close on their heels, managed to gain nn entrance before they could bar the door, and was in stantly killed with four revolver shots. A squad of dragoons, with a 10-pounder gun, was brought up and the...
THE SPOTSMANS PRIMER. A BOOK FOR THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 2 October 1907
THE SPORTSMAN'S PRIMER- 1 &. BOOK FOR THE TIMES. 1 Opportunity, remarks tbe Chicago' ?'Inter Ocean' 'of 4st JToly, knocked at the door of Norman H. dwell and found the young Jnan not only, awake, but up »nd dressed, even to a clean collar and a red necktie, r iix Crowell paid strict Attention to the words of the lady-who-knocks-but-onee, as John J. Ingalls calls her in his- popular sonnet Tbe result is that he has -rushed into print with 'Hie Sportsman's Primer.' a hint of wherein Jay his opportunity when he- says: 'The insistent demand for a scientifically accurate and autho ritative text-book of sport furnishes ? tbe excuse for this little book.' Bead I between the lines this mild and modest ' sentence means something like this:— I 'Now that the Big Stick has de scended upou London and Seton and Boberts and Long, ana is .again up lifted to fail upon any other 'nature fakir' wbom Oom John Burroughs shall point out, here am 1 with my little nature book, containing tbe truth,...
RAISULI. HIS ROMANTIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 2 October 1907
^ ^ jfa8uiis;v ?' HTSBdjMMie Story. There are many strange stories In the J' Arabian -.;-'. Nigfats' ^writes Frances Campbell in the 'Wcst-r minster Gazette'), but I doubt if any one of them is bait so strange ' ms the story of that prinoe of the blood royal whom the ' Times' dubbed '-'Us t-rigand Raisuli.' No teller of stories in the Sok could imagine anything so wonderful— nay, not even the career of El Menbetibi, eon of the Keeper of Cows, is half so fascinating or half so improbable. Mulai 'HumiDet may smile, as the headlines of the newspaper articles s concerning him are translated by his tj scribe. But I doubt' if his enemies * would enjoy that smile— even while -47. they know him outlawed and with a price upon his handsome head — !«- ? cause Mulai 'Hummet has been out * In wed before, and he did not forget «f fr\» vi or enemy. His KaKfa, in a * iiininnt-it of temporary oblivion of the '*?, P *t etrayed hfe master, and his ^V : * '.s lie in a Ehailow grave above I ti.o Sol — a...
THE LAWN TENNIS GIRL. MY LADY OF LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 2 October 1907
- tHE LAWN TElrifXS GXBXt. MY LADY OP LIGHTNING. Wben Phyllis talks about her sex, Of all Its. wrongs and all Its rights, ' Sweetly Illogical she checks The argument that she invites. Indeed her method seems to me In many .ways lees fair than she. ' When Phyllis sports upon the green ' It is but seldom I survive. l ever arm tne net Between When I return that forehand drive. - :. Nor can I find the needful nerve ? \ To conquer when I sjeetn to serve. Aha so in many another way . Her strength and skill she doth reveal, . ,': .In mimic strife, in earnest play, „ ' ; Until she almost makes me feel . No creature of mere man''* estate ' :' ?? Is worthy ofa prize so great. ? , j But when the vivid flash alarms ' ' t . - And thunder crashes down the skies, * ' : Ana PhyJMs seeks my sheltering arms '.-..- ' ... With captivating little cries, ' * I proudly feel for once at least ' That I am the superior beast ! - TOUCHSTONE, 'Daily Mail.' i