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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

Baby's Little Troubles.— Baby's cough, if not attended to, often results in croup and other serious troubles. Altrays keep a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's New Dieoovery handy_, and be prepared. Every bottle guaranteed. Obtainable from W. J H 'Vickeiy, chemist, Pioton ? (Advt). : In Desperate Straits.— Arc many who oould be cured by Dr. Sheldon's New Disoovery ,for coughs, oolds, ? and con sumption. Price Is. 6d. and 3s. per bottle. ? Obtainable from W. J. , H. VioWy chemist, Picton.— (Advt).

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Picton Pips. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

Picton Pips. Alderman Graham has resigned from the Council. . - We have to hold over the Council report until next week. Big bush fires have been the order in the district during the past week. . In the local Protestant Churches prayers f-Jf the miich-neoded rain were; offered last Wednesday. Let us hope that t'he prayers will be speedily answered. Mr. A. Trittou, of the local saw mills* had the? misfortune to have the tbpB olj three iingwscut off on Mohday/t ''J. -'..;. .'yjjjie Ifariwsrs' and .Bairytaun Jiav« notified aappliw-s that, the pVice' ot - milk' will 'lie l'Od. after Sniiilay last. This is a doilge, no don1.it, to foretell I the suppliers in getting a Mgher price. , Mr. R. H. Antill, as chairman of thu Farmers and Dairymen's Milk Co., is in favor of giving dairymen Is. per gallon for their milk in order to tide them ovor the present hard times and to recoup them for the cost of fodder. We are glad to see that the usual Eight-Hours picnic and sports will be held next mout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

I F. Si Horniman. ! | . Dental Surgeon I H of 181 Mncqnaric Streut, City, may 'H be consulted at hits residence 'Linden' |f next door to the Protestant Hall, . . ] p Menaugle Street, Picton. I' KEAL STYLE SUITS.' ? a . . b|s Perfect in eve-y way to meHbure. fc \ .:_? , ? Fit, comfort, elegance, style, wear. ; K?ffiridsdme;Mew sensonn suitings nud Irouserings. ? : lllSfelW;'^^ ^^??!:;;;'i: -, '..?/ AVg^feSt^rJetyrof Ancyjvesttngs^ ,;'i ||: v PBACT10AL TAILOR, ' j ARGYLE-STRKET, right opposite Mr. Devitt's Hotel.

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HEIR TO MILLIONS. DESCENDANT OF KRUPP. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

HEIR TO MILLIONS, DESCENDANT OF KElJPP. ;A.boy who is destined .©.nG *nay to.-., become one of the worlds frtchest inen: ..1-;T was Jjorn on 13th AJiiSwfi&ii|Ssseii,C-M 3EQ3tpp;^onvBohlen|^^^^^^^^^g bt^e:Krupp,w^^^l^^^l^uf'^ a- year ago.- , r+X:mgr*&?~?#- ^™-, ';-;- SS Herr Krupp -yqp. ';|S)M^-,ta'anriouneT-;iJ ing the birth to the Bxupp company. '? ' ; stated that the child ?jyould' recelve^the ' name of Alfred, In honor of his 'eminent ' ., ancestor. He 'expressed a hope that * the boy '.would grow up1 in the Krupp shops and by practical work fit him self later to take over the responsibili ties of management. According to his grandfather's will, ' this boy will, on attaining his majority, inherit the great Krupp works, the capital of which now amounts to LS,000,000.— 'Lloyd's Weekly.' There seems to be some probability that the alteration of the roadways ad joining- the Marble Arch, which was 8ret proposed by Mr Spealght, may be car ried out, though, the 'Builder'...

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CAMDEN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

OAMDBN STOCK SALE. ? ~W. Larkin, autioneer, reports under date of October 22 :— . I have to report having sold through Camden yards mid privately during the lust week 420 mixed dairy cattle. Nearly bII were purchased by buyers from ontside districts. There is very little local demand, and ' prices obtained at auction for all =^ciS^:i^x-^!i-i^m« fate,- show a great reduction on late ratew. Pigs of nil clnKses a-e selling at high rates. Fat bullocks to £9 10s. Fat cow* to £6 I Ob.' Springing cowe, £3 15s. to £0 2s. fid. A few extra choice in grand condition to £8. Springing hciforn, £3 10a. to £4, is. D-i5iy heifers, £1 15s. to £3 5b. . Si'-n- .'nw'o, 19s. to £2 Ms. Mixed poddicF, £1 to £1 3s. Por!;ers, £1 5». 6(1. to £2 2a. 6d. Suckers to Sf. 6d. Store pigs to 1 3s.

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Commercial News. A GRAHAM'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

[Commercial News. L' A. GRAHAM'S REPORT J':* A. Graham, auctioneer, under date' of jJJjetober 23, reports as follows :— giSggs, 7d to 7Ad dozen. ?Stutter,' lOd to Is Id per ft. Warn, Wintle's, 6d to 7d a bottle. %Honey, Is 9d to 2s 7tt-. tin ;6d to 7d a bottle. Reaches, Is a bottle, KfjDry apples, 4d lib. bags. jBDnpping, 5d to 6d. per ft. iSOranges, Is to Is 3d per quarter case. Sllandarins, Is4dtols6d. ' ^Apples, Is 3d to Is 6d. ' '^Loquate, In to Is 2d. ' SLemons, 8d to9d per box. Cabbage, 2Jd to 4d each. ^Cauliflowers 4d to 8d ' -|Swede turnips, 9d to lOd J owt. ^Potatoes, prime, lOd.to la ' i Potatoes, seed, 2s ' 'i Pumpkins, 3d to 5d each. ?: Pineapples, Is to 3s dozen. .Fresh pork, fid to 6d per Ib. ? Bacon, 7d to 8d ' = Henda, Is to Is 3d. ? Corn beef, 3d to 3Jd per lb. Fowls, 2s dd to 3s. ; Ducks, 3s 6d to 4a. Wood (9 inch), 8s a load. Bark, Is 3d a sheet. Jam melons, 3s to 5s a dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

€l-e Picton Post Wkdxksdav, Outohkh 23, 1907.

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HILL, CLARK & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

HILL, CLARK & Co'a. REPORT. Hill, Clark and Co. report as . follows under date of October 20 .— Tallow.— Fairly largo catalogues .were submitted, good competition existed for all descriptions, the market being 5s. to 10s better for good, prim* sorts. Othor grades were unchanged. Hides.- Catalogues wffro fairly Jaitfe. We found the jnaiket quiet for light weights Mediums and heavy boHb wi-re unchanged. Calf aud fehrliuji still neglected , SHEEjpp3?B, ITulUwoolInn fckius ^einaiujyery firm/with atrong com pBtitioo, Short wools and station ; sorts decline hi. per Ib. Pelts were | irregular aud 'prices were' fuller Id. ?i per. lb; lower than -at laet sale, 5ie it. demand jor pelts beinc slack und ??.latliW^JduH of sale. The general IJone of. the market, is decidedly t^-4'nieter. .-,?.. .-.'.? gtSSlimimitii!-- The: twuaf fort SfflHghtly: ..t»1«jlpplt £law this week. t^|^*»^^^^The taarket i-uled ^iitr«hg iwitb keen cotnpeh'Hon, prices £7-«fere JJd. better.; & -^iO^isstJMB.—...

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NAPOLEON. A NEW LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

f ^r,^fifr:Ji8fisS5#!H^S^j*.*c«?jli.--ii«*is A. NEW LBTTEB. -, I Lady Gregory sends to tbe grimes' (13tb August) a lojig-and hitherto un-J published letter, written byfealpr J»op^1 nleton, 53rd Uegiment^Vho iiad charge j of Napoleon's person'' at JSL Selena I from the time lie was 'first sent there «ll 1817. It Is dated 19tu April, 1817, j nnd was ?written to tbe Bight. Hon. Wil liam Gregory, at that time Under-Sec- ] retary for Ireland. Lady Gregory ob- ? serves : 'We still possess the lock of Napoleon's hair, and also a Cross- of the legion of Honor given by Napoleon to Major Poppleton.' EARLY DATS AT I/)NGW00D. 'When Buonaparte first arrived at Longwoody .writes Major Eoppleton, 'he rose «arly, mounted his horse re turned to breakfast about nine, after- J wards confined : himself to his room, ; but constantly complaining of tlie liu- 1 iiiiuity ot his residence— he said be was either in tbe clouds, fog, and rain; or under a burning sun. In the evening be saw most people wbo wishe...

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THE KING AND MARIENBAD. A MONUMENT ERECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

THE KING AND MARIENBAD. A MONUMENT ERfeCTED. An interesting monument has just been erected in the park at Marienbad. just below the promenade, by the springs, to commemorate the meeting of the Austrian Emperor with King Edward at Mavicnbad three years ago. It con sists of two- massive unhewn boulders ol Dlurit stone, placed one upon . the other, on a block of worked grrey gran- j ite trom'the neighborhood. Into the face of the uppermost boulder have been '? let Ijronze medallions of ? the two omn archs. facing one another,' cast ? from .designs by Her r Gustav Ourschner, a sculptor of Vienna. ; ..- ;. i . The portrait -of the Klng:^ t or ;' which* his . igsJesty .-raw J^tfinEBjfcJ^ar'iiBfcbi-,^8 i-;. iBffoa; .^6u^^«i«l;itftki^:aikjaifl*6i| ^pipneri6ai J^8Usf^.6,^dOlS--',*h-e;^J verse;, side of :the'i;Mulder?belng:':-an^.-': scribed with the words, 'Erected by the ? Town of Marie.ibad/1907.J' -\ The combined weight ot the 'boulders is about eight tons. .To the rigrht and left runs a ...

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WORLDS RECORD SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

WORLDS RECORD SHIP. The special correspondent of the 'Lokalanzelger,' now at Kiel, learns that during the recent regatta on the Lower Elbe negotiations took place between Lord Pirrie, chairman of Messrs Harland and Wolff, and tbe direction of tbe Hamburg-AmeriKa line, for the building of a new Transatlantic liner, which Is to be a foot longer and six Inches broarder than the largest of the Canard boats, and have a tonnage of nearly 50,000. 'Thus,' adds the cor respondent, 'Germany assures to faerself once more the possession of a world record ship. But It Is a pity that it must be ordered abroad. Let as bope that a German yard will be able to undertake tbe building of. tbe next ocean mam moth,' The actor must have .his living wage, and he must liave it as. a .professional j man. If the present system cannot give -\ It to him, the present system «nist ae ; alterel Why should he always be the first to suffer, the first to go to the wall? What actors want is «, fair working system that...

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ON THE DREADNOUGHT. KING AND QUEEN ABOARD. RECORD SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

iMjmsmi^saia,, KING AND QUEEN ABOARD. RECORD SHOOTING. Mr Prank T. Bullen, special corres pondent of the ixmoon' 'Dally Mail,' writes as follows on . board H.M.S. Dreadnought on 5th August:— This Is a glorious day, for the Admiral of the Oceans proceeded in his turbine yacht, the Dreadnought, to sea at a low speed (for her) of fifteen knots down be tween the lines of the mightiest fleet tbe world has ever seen. He came on board precisely at eleven, accompanied by her Majesty the Queen, the Prince of Wales, Prince Edward, the small, bright boy who would certainly make his mark in any line of life; the Princess Victoria, and the Duke of Connaught Sir John Fisher, alert, debonair, and keen, as he always Is, preceded him, and pervaded the ship, showing amid his remembrance of everything that mattered no trace of the pride that he would be more than human if he did not feel at this splendid culmination of bis efforts to raise a Home Fleet that should be at once fully efficient, enormousl...

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THE PREDOMINANT SEX. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

THE, PREDOMINANT SEX. Canon Horsier, in tils parish tnagn zlne, records that of the babies presen ted for baptism at St. Peter's, WM wortti, during the past month nine wore j boys and twenty-seven were 'little girls.' 'If this proportion became con stant,' the Canon goes on to remark, 'what chance would the mere male of i the future hare? As it Is, I have heard ; that it Is difficult for a man to get into j some local public-houses because they nre so full of women.' The names ot the -little girls' show a local preference for flowers— a. suggest! re fact baring regard to tbe gardenless character of Walworth-Vlolets, Roses, Lilies, May, Olive, Myrtle being among Hiem.— So write* the 'Westminster 33»serte.' The man who wins Is the one who does a little more than is expected of j him all along, and who can do a llrtlo more than be himself expects to do tit . the last— 'Baker's Magazine.' i

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AUSTRALIAN POLICEMAN. INHERITS VAST ENGLISH ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

AUSTRALIAN POLICEMAN. -. ? -.; .??-.?'.? -. -9 INHERITS VAST ENGLISH ESTATES. Prom Australian policeman to English county magnate Is the history 1° brief of Mr Walter Ellison Lenthall, J.P., o! Boar'a Hill, near Oxford. By the death of a relative Mr Lenthall has just in herited great estates, the value of which is stated to be many thousand pounds a year. The family of Lenthall has been seat ed for centuries In Oxfordshire, and Berkshire, and has had representatives prominent in the councils of the country since the days of tbe Battle of Agin court. Far and away the most notable Len thah in history Is he who was Speaker of the House of Commons at ihe , Par liamentary crisis and Civil War, who rendered the famous answer to Chartes I. when he illegally demanded the deliv erance of the five members. By virtue of his position as bead of the victorious body In the struggle for supremacy, Speaker Lenthall was in some, respects the most powerful personage in England at the time, not even e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

Mr. W. Daniels, Temora, N.S.W., says : — 'Some six months ago I waa very ill for nearly a week with colic pains, suffering great agony. Speaking to Mr. Bigney, one of the local chemists, about it, he said he had a good remedy for such complaints. Leaving me for a few minutes he returned with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea K«medy. After the first dose' I felt relieved, and in less than 24 hours was completely cured. My daughter has also during the last few months been similarly attacked, but a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy soon- put her right. I am now never without it in the house, and make a point of recommending it. to my friends.' Eor sale by C. H. Piokard, Pioton and Thirlmere.— (Advt). Silver Town, (Nofi) Golf Balls at W. Watson's, hairdresser, Argyle-etreet, Picton. -(Advt.) H. H. Doudney, OKKTIST, May be consulted on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., and Saturday Evenings from 7.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. ARGYLE-...

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IN THE REIGN OF QUEEN 'MELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

IN IJIE REIGN OF QUEEN 'MEUA.; * ? .When - tHS'- coroaatloB prtfeejnon started from Mullarkey'e tenements the morning of May-day, an uncrowned Queen high up In tbe fourth story, front, pressed her nose against the, window pane and wept to see. There was Lena Scbwarzkind, all in white, with an aureole of flaxen hair — Lena the plebian but victorious— marching ahead in sau sage-legged solidity. There were Mamie Sullivan and Rosa Salvatore, ladles In waiting, proud bearers ot royal Insignia —the gilt jagged crown, tbe veil's filmy lengths of mosquito netting. There fol lowed James Dannaher, first lord of the May-pole, uprearing his own deft device i of one flagstaff circled by a bicycle rim, Iricolored streamers dependent. There - filed the indiscriminate court, boasting white shoes and stockings of baseball caps, and rear-guarded by fat Mama Scbwarzkind and her lunch basket, the whole pageant, sweeping sumptuously, yet chastely, around the corner, to the strains of two mouth organs an...

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LONDON'S WATER. LAST YEAR'S SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

LONDON'S WATER. LAST XBAB'R SUPPny. ~ ', . *Jn the fonrtii annual report w ae^ Iiondon' Metropolitan Water Rauifc.jt* 1s srtat*a ttinl on March SlstMsOj r&ere ? were TrO persons In the Board's offices, . nnd that tiie torn! salaries am piintfeaio : I7I34,SG1 per -annum. * The proceeaings In relation to the tiitnsfer flf the tmoEr- ; takings of the Lite wafer companies to the Board were closed durtng ihe year, .' the'-' claims, which amounted 'to : Lfi0,930,19S. being seWed for MQ.062323. rne total expenses of tbe arbitrations amounted to ii254,?56. The stamp duty aniounted\to I^HTW, being 'ihe rjarj^st stun erer -pWji^iwgJIH Tae Thames tarnished 157% ^jxaPiSp^M of the Board's total supply of wafeiSSl as compared .with 56% per cent, 'ii ilifeM^ previous year^the daily^avefagejtotali^^ -Stostracflon frops therfiraa^l^ntf'l^^M million gallons. Tup tbtfli: aaoutit ofg.^S irater supplied' during, tfie 'l^&r^^&^^B over 82,125.2 million gallons,' or ^Sjfil million t...

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GERMAN TRAIN DISASTER. MYSTERIOUS WRECKING OF INTERNATIONAL, EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

GERMAN TRAIN DISASTER, rill MYSTERIOUS WRECKING OF -^§1 INTERNATIONAL, /ErxPRESKLiplj | On 7th August the corrcspondent^i^S the 'Dally Mall' wrote 'from Berlin* J|JiH | Germany was thrilled to-day wltB:th^^S news of a disastrous railawy accldefft^^^H the great route from Eydtkuhnen^^^^H Berlin. A Russian express on its wiy,-|||| to Berlin, shortly before reaSimgaj Gnesen, went off the trrack at half-past^ one in the morning. The two pnglii^^S the luggage van, and four corridor car^jS riages left the rails, the first engine be||i ing thrown lengthwise across the ti¥^^8 with its funnel burrowing bito:r|^^ ground. The second engine wa»£a}sea|!lj from the rails and hurled agai&st '-B,2j first, while, the carriages were'; drh^S 'together with a force which^ujiigcd th^nj^f to collapse into each other iffo^so rnaijy--|| parts of an adjustable' telescope ^ TheIgS latest reports state that,eie^etfrners?iS^ were killed, among '? them ' al-^RusslS^ prince and Count KayserlSng, at 3?-ti...

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INSECT-EATING BIRDS. TRANSFERRED FROM ENGLAND TO NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

[?] TRANSFERRED FROM ENGLAND TqHIw NEW ZEACAND. 18111 When- settlement began New ZejdanaSlSj farmers gave a hearty invitation to.the\|tl small birds of England to help in: thSSH great work of colonisation, sayg Mr SrHlg Drummona, writing in the 'Saturdajr4;^ Review.' Tbe colonists were in a ratherSsfl sad plight then, through plagues of cat- -sj erpmars wnicn threatenefl to make -Sg farming on1 anything like a large scale 'K Impossible. The gathering ,of the Insert*..;^; caused consternation. They advanced J?-v through the country in arnrif^^ievourSi? ing crops and' leaving fields as bare asi;wi if the seeds had not been sown. ~^Fi A telegram published in the leading^ 3 New Zealand papers about that tlmei'%: stated that the. morning and ev.enlnivS trains l.etween Waverlcy ard Nu cum ru, ?j In the Wanganul district, on the w^st 3j coast of the North Island, were bro ght '-*- to a standstill owing to countless thou-^ '5 sands of caterpillars being on the rails, s | which had to be swe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 23 October 1907

A disastrous creep has occurred at Newcastle. : ?....'?. Mr. Percy Grampton, Singleton, N.S.W., aajs :— 'Notso long «bo I wassraced with a very, heavy oold. Having neatd of tho wbirferfnljquBjafes^ftaii^TK^Jn's Gough. Rl«4I4ia,*»rjJter ^ngt^p bottles, I l-^ i*m oempletely ; jflured. I iHave 'aiuoii i pleasure in testifying to the curative; ' quditwurftaiaaiberJAi'a Oough lleinoa-y, - and t3an«ay from «*perienoe tliat it does all :\ i thatthomskersokuinjt willdo.' Eorsale ' bvCLH.«olaird,rioton«nd ThSrimem— ^ (Advt), '.. ??. - ??;.{ ? -^s '?.?'..?. :??-?'?':

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