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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

T&s&twgboiii Bunedin, N.Z., write),regard-:'; ing. Cliambcrlaiii's Cough Kemedyij-i^^y ' littltgnuwlcliild ^asj^rj^bad-wjtk^Droup-,^ and,w.e. Jifld ti-jedinearly everytbisg we ever heard -ob but .with no result r We Beoured a bottle of CbsAberl&in's. Gough Remed^JluK gase.it to him -according tajcUreotiqns. ?. Ij' onlyjtool? acnuplc'of doajsto. cause afi the phlegm to como.away.and soon he was put of4aager. . loreaUy tliittt;'?:h'eaads,'Vt&i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is ?; the -bast remedyispld-f or children.' For-sale by :C. Sjeickaid, JPiotonand Thirlmere.— (Advt4

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Camden Seat. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

^?^^&^^^^dL::^Q^ John E. IJopre, fiSndidate, for the Oamaen electorat^.^ddreBseJl a large '. and enthnBiaBtic audience at the School of Arts, ThrOake, : uotwitb etanding that pnls, a few -fours' nojEipe was giFeh, there baing'tnany ladies present Mr. L John Devitt nresidfiff. Ar+ha /-incu- xr- t^~ n ^boore moved ' l!haf this meeting considers Mr, J B» Moore a'fit and proper person to represent the Gamden electorate;' sec6ndedh'3-y.: Mr. James Mc%oy, ja\A earrfed iby ' acclamation. ^ ' ?'?:' ? *? :.-?.?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

1 Thave used Chamberlain's Colio, Gholeni, and Diarrhoea Bemedy, ^and ,aReaVBAirom eKperieooe,-fr**y8 Mr. KB&fcato, P*dding.. tonv-W^i . 'Hiavejierer known it to fail in an attack ofccihdlic, cramps or diarrl$e% . so alwBys-reooinaiejDd it to my friehds and ouBtoinfere. Tolniy mind, no jfiotfiot|ikD)jld be without fi- tottle CbamlJerlftin^yjiio, ' Choler^, and $iarrhoe« K«mQ^r,-4a« @mf * Silver *^5?Wn*(]Jo«) -jolL jt»U-^?^ ^^atsotuf} tobacj^£kku€t« .AicgyiG-vBi^Bot ^^lui£ — (Advt.) - ' f *' There is jipthiqg that «iU so effectually refresh oad 5-raoe ub thp system, - olesrf thit beam, volente the oomplenqn aua brighten the eyes as* a dosa of Chamberlain's Tablets. Their effect fe to' stiniblate the bowels to perform their work in a 'natural mid .geiitl«»-manner, : thns. cleansing -the: «j?tem of all tlioee poigondna mitters -that cause biliousness Bjia sick headaeho.' ¥or ealebyCH. Piekatd^ Picton- and Thirl mere.— ^AdvL) Nest Tue&day is polling day for the State Par...

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HUSBAND BREAKS PAROLE. DETERMINED WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

HUSBAHD BREAKS PABOI.E. DETERMINED WIPE. From New York on 8th June the correspondent of the London 'Daily Mall' wrote : — What 1 cabled to the 'J-aily Mall' tin 81st Mayiii the result, of :a mil- ., : ?? lionali*- ^ot6r^: *lop«ment .^is '' 'r'~- '??. ': Louis O. ^feyer ywhis a-unnihg off with ' '?'.-? '' Mrs Kathryn Harknoss when the car ..' i was wrasKeil' Beading how her bus- r hand had been injured, Mrs Meyer rushed to his bedside, and secured fiom him as a reward of her minister ing core a legally-drawn prom'se that he would be faithful and never ace Mrs Hardness jagaib. A probatory period of three months was fixed to see whether lira Meyer could trust tlD. To-day Mr Meyer was arrested, bail being fixed at L2000, his wife having alleged that he has planned to elope with Urs Harkness despite the agree ment. She says that, though still weak, he hobWod to see her rival as Boon as he was able to leave home. She intends now to press her suit for dlvorc*. as weH as an 'action against ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

'Out. -Open- Column.-- TDi.:P0ST M tint responsible for the ^juwofu oxpressed-by correspondenta.-^ We'oaasvt, i ugert any coairoumcfttion «nlos8. tile- juime of the ;wciter - acaampaniea it, not {or publication, Uuiass , a guarantee of good

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

||WM WKS^iiiIJF*ri9C' it tww t s+ i/i r the whisky that

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2. [Before Mr. E. L. Maitland, P.M.] F[?] PRETENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. [Before Mr. E. L. Maitland, P.M.] FALSE PRETENCES. J. D. Mitcliell, alias Marks, alias Cohen, alias Johnson, alias Jack     Clark, on remand, was brought     before the Court, on Monday morn- ing, and charged with obtaining £2 by means of a valueless cheque from James Devitt, George Inn, Picton, signed by J. D. Mitchell. He was further charged with obtaining £3 from James Devitt by the same means. Both charges were heard   together.           The depositions of Constable   Walsh's evidence at the Moss Vale Police Court were admitted as   evidence, which were as follows:—   On the night of Auguat 27, about 8 p.m., I went to the Royal Hotel, Moss Vale, in company of Constable Byrnes. I saw accused sitting in the parlor. I said to him, "I am a police constable from Picton and I want you." He came ou...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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THE TUBES AN ANTICIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

THE. TUBES! AH AHTICIPATIOH- ..?: ?? ?tl. .-'.. -?'.'._ -.- - ' ?' . J',;.».ifi.1.V^&'^#Sir'j-i^''-l.'^; , There is nothing new underline ,*ua. - *rM--'JGlaBgow ttpW-ln^gmMBM vacuum tube .company is 'tiSl formed io convey passengers irdriivEai^ tft'5 burgh to London, . which it is supposea ;-? : will lie affected in about five hours. This scheme is, of course, much laughed at; but thus argue the prOJectora— produce a ;'v species of .vacuum;' or tube, ? with tbe . ' .-? general force ot the ootnmon air ex-; ? v eluded, and a body— say. a coach sledge -: or wooden barse— ^nay be^ropeiieo,.noj-.;;;v merely afty-^*o, .out about thwelb.un.fel i% died miles. In&ie hour! Now itiSascer-:' '; talned that human beings may exist in : such » vacuity, ;a» they wouSa «wtiJia.Te-- . a to cut against the air, when going at the rate of more than fifty-two --nilles :;a»' '? ?'.'* hour. Indeea, it is saio, the air wpula be , ;f with them,, when being thUB-Whiskea'-1. J along, and in th...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

[?] ?_ A country wi** jioiralaaon,aifiaea vjffp which TOts^T^inwrt-aBjtti.e:t|ae,^a^Sa tbe cx«^Uon;'whi^ every Pow«:WlfhS|p an interest , In itbe ' - MeaiterwDjeiflpiS wafciesy'-wiai .iu^ely^V'jeateni^^M such a coinrtry n^ust ^a.my§:be^§gamt^m.. of eonfosionanB Jfae ^n«^tJnnn|d^^S

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BOGUS NURSES. MR. SYDNEY HOLLAND'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

BOGUS NTTRSES. MB. SYI-KET HOtiLAND'S VIEWS. An effective remedy for the 'bogus nurse's' danger, so many glaring in stances ot which have been narrated It) the 'Dally Mall' does not — according to that eminent hospital authority, the Hon. Sydney Holland — lie In any me thod of State registration. In this opinion be Is supported by the Central Hospital Council, ' and also by tbe authorities of the largest London and provincial hospitals. ; ? Mr ;HolUmd cpnhmfls ;^aat no «ffldal ,-:?,'-; J ?HSii! selfish -womanliness. These personal :? - ; qualities, he observes, could never '^ be ' brought out by a uniform rule-of-thumb examination. In addition he points out that, whereas the public would be lulled into a sense of security by sucli Ktnle registration, the system would In reality offer them no protection at all. No State or central body could, he says, superintend effectively — or at nil— the work of a large number of nurses. An other important point he makes is that ? great difficult...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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FRANCE'S WAR AIRSHIPS. PLANS FOR A GREAT FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

TRANCE'S WAR AXBSHXPS. PLANS FOB A GREAT FLEET. I hear (writes the Paris correspond ? dent of the London 'Dally Mall' on 9th July) from a reliable source that the ' ' first five airships to be built on the lines of ha Patrle, which had such a trium phant fight against the wind, and was . so successfully steered over Paris yes terday, will be delivered to the Govern ment by March next. Three are being built by Messrs Lebaudy at Moisson, and two at the Meudon Government balloon-shed. Though the airships will be uniform in type of motor and envelope, they will ? be built in series of fives, to secure im provement In each successive serles.i The technicians of the military aeros- V-.. tatic department believe. However, that they have the most perfect existing ? practical airship. ,*. Improvements, It Is thought, will lie in the possible reduction of the size of tbe cigar-shaped envelope, in applying safety apparatus to enable the car to be brought to earth with comparative ease in event...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

F. S;. Horniinaii.. Dental Surgeon^ ?( 181 McQijsrie Street, .Cityt may tt consulted at his re6idence''J;iriden' out door' to - the -; Protestant. Hallj i ^MeBangJeStreetjiPieton--. j HOUBB^ Monday 9 a.m. to' 2 :p.w. ? Wednesday - ' ' Friday ' - '' Saturday;. ' - . ' 'and at other-hoars by appointment. ? REAE STYLE SUITS. Perfectjini evsiy -way Jto meiujuro. : .-?''? Fit. comfort; -elegance, ety lev 'weax~ Handsome new season* suitiugs aud trouserings. A great 'variety of fancy vesting^. PRACTICAL TAILOB, T ARGTtJS-STftEET.' - ?;.;-.'. RigMopposite Mr. Devitt's. iioteU

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SUIT AGAINST LORD ROSSLYN. ACTION FOR DIVORCE. PLAYER OF MANY PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

SUIT AGAINST LORD ROSSLTN. ACTION FOR DIVORCE, PLAYER OF MANY PARTS. Great will bo the interest in a divorce case which will shortly be heard in the Scottish courts. In the Court of Session at Edinburgh an action has been filed by Georgian* Robinson or St. Clair-Erskine, Coun tess of Rosslyn, of Norfolk street, Park lane, against her. husband, the isari ct tiossiyn, at present reaming in the Rue Picot at Paris.' The Couutess is a native of Minnea polis, .ykinerica, ^jand jinadje her stage to j!i*nMp^& '^Wmmik$% irisir? Charles 'Wyn-dham's company, ais-' j tingnishing herself at the Criterion theatre in ' The Undercurrent.' The I Earl was at that time in the same i cast. . ? ? ' Of tfl.ll and commanding appoaranca, she was considered a t-caiit(ful wo man., and possessed many magnificent diamonds. It was said that she had \ been more extensively photographed khan any other American actress. I Lord -Rosslyn is a man who has '? played many parts. He has been in turn actor, edito...

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THE LAW AND THE DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

THE XAW AND THE DRAMA. Tbe association of the Law and the Drama, watch has been strengthened by the production at the Brixton Theatre .of a comedietta by Mr John Cutler, K.C., is, the 'Law Journal' points out, of 'old and Just renown.' Fielding, who became a London magistrate, was a prolific writer for the stage. Mr Jus tice Talroura wrote rour tragedies, one of which was produced by Macready. To Judge Parry, whose record as a drama tist includes England's Elizabeth and What the Butler. Saw, belongs, we be lieve, the distinction of being the only judge who has had a new play produced - during ills tenure of judicial office. The late Mr Montague Williams was, before he became famous at tbe Bar, the au thor of several farces, and, coming to more recent times. Sir W. S. Gilbert, Mr Sydney Grundy. Mr Herman Merivale, and Mr Anthony Hope have deepened the debt which the stage owes to the Bar.— ? What an excell&nt hobby it would be for an eccentric millionaire to charter a balloon...

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THE BREAKFAST EGG. CONGRESS OF EXPERTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

THE BREAKFAST EGG. CSOMO-RFSR OW KTB-JMCTtTe Everyone who eats an ess at break fast, every fanner, every cottager, will find a fund of interest In the astonish ing poultry congress organised by the authorities of University College, Read ing, and opened last night (8th July) by Sir Thomas Elliott In the town hall. a^cn^auu mm ausstHiioitm xrom Aiouano, Belgium, Sunsary,; Ceylon, New Zea tana, ihe Transvaal, Natal, - America. .^a^eflf^fito.ipIiiQJratfeHts^-J^uclhV: Slnoe-ihe tjaat conference iBngiana lias' ;Prp«Dc^dv^qW,0p^,3w»r%To«Blre--1esKs,i bat eggs have never been bo dear in London since the Franco-Prussian war as they were daring last winter; : Never-' theless, Jralnloads of egga have been, pouring info Engrlana. The secretary of ttalB congress lately saw five and e. half' millions In pickle in Hungary ana thirty millions In America, all for the English market: but In spite, of all science no egg is new laid after three days If, as one 'lecturer make clear, you know how to tes...

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BRIDGES BUILT OF KETTLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

BRIDGES BUILT OF KETTXES. Perhaps the most remarkable bridges In the -world (says 'CasseU'B Saturday Journal') are the kettle bridges of . which the Cossack soldiers are expert builders. The materials of which «they are constructed are the soldiers' lances and ronldnir kettles. Seven or eight lances are passed. under the handles ft a number of kettles, and fastened by. . means of ropes to form a raft. A suffl- . . clent number of these rafts, each of ^ . which will bear the weight of half u ?'?:'.'?/. ton;: are fasteiied together, : ana.- Jn ItluJ S ' -.¥ space of an; hour, a bridge Is formed ;«i'''v ? -A, which! iai iurny' jbay cross with ionfi- ? y .- ; dence and safety. . Y '.??' ' ',:'?:

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ENGLAND'S PRACTICAL SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

ENGLAND'S PRACTICAL SUGGESTION. Practical results will never be ob tained (at the Hague Conference) if no effort la made to secure them by prac tical means. The British suggest lou that a committee he appointed to con sider a scheme for limitation of arma ments Is a practical proposal to obtain results.— 'Dispatch,' Pittsburg. ir the Conference succeeds In putting an in ternational arbitration court on a firm basis and in making rules for war that will do away with eome of the inhuman methods now practised it will have done Its work.— 'Hennbu(%'*St Louis. '. There is being created a suspicion in America that Japan has an ulterior pur )-osc in mind in magnifying every little thing that .happens to a Jap. in this ' country to. the point of e deliberate In sult to tbe Japanese nation. — 'News Letter,' San Francisco.

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A TOUGH OLD SAll OR SIR WILSONE BLACK, K.C.B. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

A TOUGH OLD SAIlOf?) 1 SIR WTLSONE BLACK, K.C.B. The bestowal of aE.CB.on Major- : General WUsone Black awakens memo ties {writes a military corespondent of . ; 'M.A.P.') of Isandhlwana— the 'place, '??'? of the little hand.' For it was Gene-* ral — then Captain— Black who, . after . that terrible disaster, in which he nar rowlv escaped belne included, found tbe bodies of Lieutenants Melville and Cog hill wrapped in their glorious shrouds of the colors of the 24th Regiment which they gave their lives to save. That was a dramatic and unforgettable moment when Captain Black and his party returned to camp bearing aloft the torn and bloodstained colors. All the troops turned out to salute the gal lant dead— wild scene of mingled joy and sorrow — strong men weeping like children and frantically kissing- the tat tered flags as. the cortege moved slowly . through the excited lines. HIS SERVICE RECORD. . Before this memorable event General Black, who is the sun of the late Mr James Black, o...

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OLD BOY'S OPPORTUNITY. LINKS RENEWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

MB^I^^ LJNKS BENEWED.1 : ? Flaying and eating reach a sort of climax in London £.afly 4a July^ Junft concludes with, a ^congeries of .regi mental dinners ; and these are suc ceeded by Cld Boy dinners, generally arranged to fall on' one of the days of the. University cricket match. A foreign critic of our little ways 'was pleased to be much amusod at this choice of date. He genially supposed that the public school was an ap paratus for turning out atheltes, who . afterwards reach their grand .climac teric in tbe pursuit of a. ' blue' at Oxford or Cambridge. . He was not so far wrong. From some points of view no education could be very well worse than the form, considered the most proper. What chance of individuality has the boy who is coddled at a preparatory school — at the cost of L.20Q a year — from nine to thirteen, who is. for malised at a public school along with many of his old schoolfellows from thirteen to nineteen, and dawdles in the same companv for four years at Oxfoi d 7...

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TREE-DESTROYING BUILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 11 September 1907

TKEE-DESTBOYXNG BUILDERS, new suburbs are being creates (round London) without method or plan, and, for the most part, -without the re deeming touch of the architect's hand. Country lanes, open fields, private parks, pleasure grounds, and gardens are giving place to dreary ana fearsome streets. Hedges, trees, and shrubs are ruthlessly destroyed simply. with the object of crowding tht- maximum num ber of houses on the minimum area of land. To the average speculative builder, trees that have taken centuries to reach perfection are of ho account.— 'Builder.' Whatever other forms ot artistic achievement may show signs of decline from tbe standards of other days, there can be no sort of doubt that the skilled professors of tbe fine art of robbery have contrived to keep rally abreast with the march of modern progress.' Though the admission is a humiliating one, the fact remains that larceny' on the heroic scale has never been prac tised with a higher degree of skill, or with greater frequ...

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