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"THE CHRISTIAN" MR HALL CAINE AND THE CRITICS. VIGOROUS REPLY. CANON HORSLEY ON THE PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

'TH? CHRISTIAN' --^MB'HAlX-.6AIN&&KD'THE -i _ CRITICS. VIGOROUS REPLY. CANON HORSLeYoN THE PLArr. Tbe criticisms of Mr Ball Calne's new version of Ills play 'The Christian.' J produced at the Lyceum Theatre ou Saturday evening, 31st August, were, generally speaking, of an adverse character. The Home of Refuge scene, in pnrncmnr, was severely auacKeu. To-day we print Mr Hall Caine's reply to his critics. We also give the opinion of Canon Horsley on the play.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIALISM AND FISCAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

SOCIALISM AND FISCAL BBFO&M. The case against Free Trade does not require f*rmnlatlng; the mere existence of our deplorable poverty after sixty years of it Is Its sufficient condemnation. Free Trade h«s already given all its hostages to fortune. A nation that takes leave of Its agriculture at the same time takes leave of Its senses, and ex poses Itself helpless before the world* competition.— 'New Age.'

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BANK MURDERERS MOBBED. ROBBING THE SWISS TO PAY FOR RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

BANK MCB.DERERS MOBBED. ROBBING THE SWISS TO PAY FOR RUSSIAN REVOLUTION. The correspondent of the London 'Daily Mall' wrote from Geneva, on 19th September:— The murder of a bank cashier at Mon treux yesterday, end the attempted theft of L400, by two Russians, Paul Nlllrt aad Maxime Danieloff, has created intense indignation In Switzerland, so often the sanctuary of Russian refugees. All the newspapers to-day demand the expulsion from Switzerland of foreign revolutionists. Both prisoners confessed to the Lausanne judge to-day that they were revolutionists, adding that tbey would reserve their defence. Late last night the murderers, hand cuffed and accompanied by three detec tives were taken In separate trains to Lausanne. Angry crowds collected at aiontreux end Lausanne stations and Cried to lynch the murderers, attacking ?specially NUIsta, who killed the cashier and wounded four other Bwlsa Dahlel At iausanne station Nuista received a violent blow on the bead from a stlcic' and his1...

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THE GERMAN MANOEUVRES. THE KAISER'S WAR-HOUSE AND ASBESTOS COTTAGE: [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

THE GERMAN MANOEUVRES. THE KAISEH'S WAR-HOUSE AND ASBESTOS COTTAGE: On September 10th, the special cor- ( respondent of the 'Dally Mall,' who 'jb decidedly outspoken critic, wrote as fol- j lows from Hoexter, in Westphalia:— j From four o'clock this morning till j noon, when to-day's manoeuvres finished, ' the Kaiser on horseback watched the ; progress of the fighting. He looked ex tremely well, bis uniform Imparting a certain sternness to his face even svheii i 3^^^^^!#%fplcHng;;ttSr asbestos house In 'which he slept over-. night near the 'contending armies. It consists of one story, 'and contains a reception room, the Kaiser's bedroom, a bedoom for the suite, and a bathroom. ] It is built of wood and asbestos, with double walls, hot air circulating between. ' The structure -akes three hours to erect, and requires twenty-four cart? to carry the sections. There are six , glazed windows and two doors, one Into the reception room and one into the Kaiser's bedroom. A small pumping and ...

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THE MOTH AND THE CANDLE [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

THE MOTH AflD TgE CANDLE ';f: 'j^&Y0ix^:'sicBG&L ^:x''- '-\ r? ^.':jranet- was ushered Bnto.&^UBjiwII VS. W^W P««ect^hat entering it seemed 'part Ci? ?*'' * ''V**- ??-'??'* Wm/jnald . .stowed her Sk-^5) the carved stairway, : and Into -the :|t_ .- :toom where fipft-volcea wpmen were '' -' laying aside their wraps and discussing ?' the recital of chamber music about to -.'. begin In the rooms below. ,A moment . ? ary hush followed Janet's . entrance, a ad ?' as the maid took her hat and coat she was conscious that -these women of her world had been 'speaking ot her. Henri Keanx*s mwnfftrst and ardent wooing had not passed unnoticed. Janet smiled and bowed' her greet ings to her friends, and went down without even a glance at the mirror. Her dark hair was parted from brow to neelt and rolled behind her ears In a fashion that lent an odd Japaneie ap pearance to her pale oval face, and long ' gray eyes. She was small but slender with a distinction of carriage tha...

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FIRST AID THAT KILLS. THE MISTAKES OF "GOOD SAMARITANS." [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

FIRST A£S THAT KHXS. THE MISTAKES OF 'GOODi&AMAat ? - TANS;' . -T § .« £ Those good Samaritans who cc«ne to the assistance of people injured 4n* the streets often do an immensity of harm. Invariably when a person faints, through heart failure or loss of blood, he is put sitting up. This Is 'the very' opposite of what should be done. The. posture for a fainting person is flat on his back, with his head as low 44 pos sible. If any part of hlnr is 'raleeS it should be the feet. Another common mistake is to give brandy to a person in a fainting or an epileptic fit. For both H.is danger; u?— it may cause suffocation, but to the epi leptic especially .- ; - IT IS BANK POISON. Then one sees the most violent efforts on the part Of helpers to open tbe clenched hands of persons in 'fits.' The only useful measure in th!s case Is to place a piece of cork or wood between the teeth, to protect 'the tongue. \ Again, when a man' Is iun.-down, and ': has his le^'jor i&ne othei- ' bon...

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ON CORNS. A SCHOOLBOY'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

ON CORNS. A SCHOOLBOY'S VIEWS. Corns are of two kinds— vegetable and animal. Vegetable corn grows in rows, and animal corn.tgrows on toes. There are several kinds of corn; there Is the unicorn, capricorn, popcorn, corn dodgers, cornfield, and the corn you feel the most. It Is salfl, I believe, that gophers like corn, but persona having corns do not like to 'go fur,' If ihey can help It. Corns have kernels, and some colonels have corns. Vegetable corn grows on ears, but animal corn grows on feet, at the other end of the body. Another corn is the acorn; this grows on the oaks, but there Is no hoax about the corn. The acorn is a corn with en indefinite article added. Try it and see. Many a man when he has a corn wishes It was an acorn, but not an aching corn. Folks that have corns soiretlmes senJ lor a doctor, and If the doctor himself is corned, he probably won't do so well as if he isn't. The doctors say corns are produced by tight boots and shoes, which Is the reason why when a man ...

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FRENCH MAYOR'S VISIT. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION AT RAMSGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

FRENCH MAYOR'S VISIT. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION AT RAMSGATE. At 9 o'clock yesterday morning (6th September) the streets of Rarnsgate were alive with people. The occasion was the viBlt, at the Invitation of the Mayor and Mayoress, of a number .of French mayors and mayoresses, together with civic deputies. The main thoroughfares were freely decorated with flags an3 floral devices of welcome. ..?';-..?'. : i The French representatives included the Mayors of St. Martin, Boulogne, St. Omer, Dunkirk, Arras, Roubalx, Amiens, Calais, and Guines. In extend ing a welcome to the visitors at the Town Hall, the. Mayor (Alderman Cole nian) referred to';. tlie good. feeling1 which existed between the two nations. After luncheon, the part; drove to Ellington Park, through streets crowded' with en thusiastic spectators, and the visitors appnared delighted at the warmth of their reception. k ? At the park a floral fete aha battle of; flowers took place, over 6000 people oe ing present. There were a numb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

TO «TATV1- THIS SEASON ? ?.....!. ATPICTOST . And travel tlie Campbell town and Camdeii Districts. The Thoeodqhbeed Tbottikg Stallion REBELLION. 3|EBELLIQ1^ is; ia iwh dark brown /horse, standing over 16 bunds high, rising 8 years old. shoving pleury of bone and muscle, aud has perfect action. Rebellion is by the celebrated and we!!- known trottiri; stalliou Jiebel Childc out of Florence, by Boccacio (imp.) out of Mystery, by ttuon (imp.) ; . ?:?'.? jBEBELLroirwas bred by William Allen, 'Esq., 'Ehnsrove,' I'egi, and was foaled Nov. ](). IS99. litBELLiOK h.ok first and special prize at Bega Show. 1900. i BEBBii OHILDE. the. tire of . .-.. Rebellion, is by, llio celt bunted .imported American trotting horse, Childe Harold, out of the grand mare Velocity, by Eebel (see Stud Book). Rebel Childe won the two-year-old champion '.fact .at Elsternwiclc Park, . t; . Melbourne^ beating alfield of nineteen.' .-;:?,; ^j^|j,3{|!fiBL.jGH|i.p|! Jjas been &i»r?9t ^ueceas i^s^^l«^i^^^T*^B|^iS...

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Local Directory. PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Local Directory. \ PICTON. Municipal Council. — Mayor. L. Kicolson ; Aldermeu, A. Graham, ? J. W. McQuiggLu, J.P., G. Sell, E. H. Autill, J.L'., H. C. Evans, H. E. Barr, J. Conuellan, and John Bell. Council Clerk.— Mr. H. B. Potter. Inspettoi of Nuisances — Mr J Bell ^ yj ' ^ Boljce Couri; —Sits every TJmrayyi r utter £ni Weanefeflay. * v^V . . . r i v

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AWAKENING OF CHINA. GERMAN AND ENGLISH WARES AT A FREE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

AWAKENING OF CHINA. GERMAN AND ENGLISH WARES AT A FREE EXHIBITION. In a report to the Washington Bureau of Manufactures, Mr Consul W. T. GrAcey, of Tsingtau, gives some In teresting details of the commercial mu seum at Tslnanfu. The museum contains maps, globes, diagrams, illustrating physiography, geology, astronomy, and natural his tory, models of buildings, specimens of manufactures, models of engines and electrical apparatus, etc. One of the most effective exhibits is a working model of an electric railway, beside which stands a model dredge, also worked by electricity. Models of a cir cular saw and pump are worked by the same battery. Tlie science lecture room connected with the museum ?s used for popular lectures when the city Is full of students and teachers1 in attendance at the examinations held foi the regular Governmental 'degrees, which all officials are obliged to pass before they can secure office. Large examination halls are located there, and students and teachers ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

jJEBJPCiil RESERVE ^?^1^:IJt^Fll»igT II T\Jg f Cl 1^1 J thf whisky that W^mi^^/ xs?s^ ^.^^#^ j^S^f^-l^lif ? ^ VV ni^^lV V WILL AGREE WITH gsSTrv ? * :S^Ssi!!^ ? T* V* i^l\ l- ? . .-You.'-' ^ HHHilHK8B88Ea3BfiKMifc^^ '??-:.. ^J- ?.?-.- ? , .r. -'? -,'- ? '.: ?-????????. . O^- .. - .' ;:.:Si'''.l..i,-.af*si-S;

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WOMEN AND BRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

WOKEX AND BRAINS. (By A WOMAN GRADUATE.) I heard a man say the other day, 'Femininity with brains Is adorable,' end it set me thinking as to how far we women have travelled from the old masculine opinion of us. The train ot thought begun by that remark brought me back to a problem which has often exerciBed my mind, and which I would be very glad if some reader would Eol.e for me. The days are paVit in which it was a reproach for a woman to have 'brai-s;' at least they are so nearly past that the people who go about loudly prorlalming that for their part they like a 'real old fashioned woman,' .and , that a'l ~ a woman needs to know Is how to cock. ?are few; and . farjfcetwee^ .. fii^s ^y^tronj 4n|^r»ES«s Xp. ftiiBlon »b» siiconaayrjrtvscbqols ^tSa't' 'yrjir, 3»%r,; .'Well/ of course, boys' at tha-t age-«t« further on than girls; you can't prsh a girl on in the same way as a boy.' This Is still said to the anxious parent of the intelligent child hampered by cfor unsatisfactory system...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

jflfiSfc fBOFESSOa BBOWSa iELECTEd WASH pr bYE.-m& ^*ii Htlf 1!&?*etiierttfaeg»yOT^(q& V». n*P°ldea to the Deepest Blacl^ therrfj rwtpriM flie tiir 4o ita ^fil **-^a^a oripuWfoloar.lajtiojgwTeral weeki. Will sot atautfa* *kin. Sola ' S.l tsf WMgtiL '»»rg«*otUe»,5«.6d;po8t9d;6itr)i. Sole 4geritt tat AmtrtlaaU. c:^ *3!''JJf/'» aiQH-OLABS TOBACCONISTS AND HAt&DRESBEBS, ?'??-i . -. ; 483 GKOaGE-STaEET, STDOTHT. :;Mi

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ESSLINGEN'S CHILDREN. A GERMAN SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

ftRlN&rS CHILDREN. 9 — . ? . A.GERMAN SCHOOL; Margaret M'MUlan writes In the 'Dally News' of 5tb September:— Their borne te Id a valley surrounded by vine-clad htlis, hJUe eloquent of patient human labor, with rich vintage (yet green) and narrow, walled steps built In at narrow Intervals to make an easy path from base to summit Fruit trees abound and flowers shine out not only from veran dah and balcony, but from the humble dormer windows and skylight- ledges on the steep tiled roofs of the poorer dwell ings- At noontide the white buildings have a blinding effect The boys, com ing out of school, fling themselves into the waves of the Neckar, which flows— ? rather greenish, sluggish stream— through the town. -After sunset the val ley wears a new beauty. The dark out line of Barbarossa's Tower, with Its strange, small lions over the gateway, the church with its two towers, the old tUvrjlF «fl«nk tHo «tnf-1r« 'HABt anil all th» ancient bouses scattered here and there, . begin t...

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Postal. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Postal Mails close foi Sj dney at 2 15 p m , and at 9.30 p.m. for Sydney, Granville Campbelltown, Douglas Park, Men angle, Glen Hill, The Oaks, Nattai Kiver, upper liun-agorang and Yer landerie. Bargo mnil closes at 11.45 am. t The penny postage area embraces the following towns:— Appin, Brin gellj, Brownlow Hill, Cumden, Cob bitty, Douglas Park, Eclersley, Glen field, Grepndale, Holdsworthy, Hoxton Park, Inglebum, Luddenham, Mon angle, Minto, Mt Hunter, jtfulgoaj : Uarellan, The OakSj Picton, Prestons, , : TWflmere, Wallace, Werombi, Wilton, Campbellto^vn, Cataract, Rossmore, .;.; ;..s»rad Maldon. Outside these distances -thepdsrageiB2d per half .ounce. : A trader must take bis goods to the buyer, or bring the buyer to the goods. He muqt hawk, or advertise in some shape or form.— Advertise in Tkk Pjcton Post.

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Eight-hour Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Eight-hour Sports. The following handicaps have been declared in connection with the above spot ts, to bu heM on the old show!- ground on Wednesday next : — J&glnVliour Handieap. ~ Major Snratt: '?'??' bciuMi ' j B. .UiirroU, 2 yui-ds ; J. Fitzjtoi-ula, '' '-i ''? -': + ; J. Pioknixl. S ; ~R. IJ. Wilsou, B. \Vi\ liams, A. J. Slolunus, S. Moriaity, 10 ; ' E. McGratli, 14 : G. Tritton, J. Craoknell, )5 ; 1Y Gale, A. - JLIiilliiix, 1«: T. MoLeod, 1» WMeoii, T. Peek. 17 ; 0. Bateup, 18 ; G. Camwuj, 23.-,- ..-.'..' FlyinjJ Handicap. — J. Pickard, 2 yards f A. J. Mojiuius, -S. Muriarty. 6 ; ^tcLeod 9 ; K. MiGiaUi U ; A. HiiUips, T. Hide, vl Wilson, T. lioek, 13 ; O. Bateup, 15.

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The Risks We Run. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

The Risks We Run. Few people have any idea at all regarding the. risks they run in ?liyirig pince tht.1 Locul Oovernment Act came into operation. You inusn'l loiter or tipil in the streets, - and if you breathe loo hrayily yo!i_, will he liable to iniinev1iMl» -.iiT^Kf/ Then w« have Onlinanco 546 ' wliiulrjW^' provides thwi no person shall in any * town or inuuicipalit}- deposit, 'throw or place uboii any part of a public place useil for foot traffic any skin, rind or peel of any fruit. The penalty is only £;)(), but even that sum is aii . item thuso limes. The safest plan will be to swallow the skin os you eat the fruit.— ISjc.

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An Old Ensilage Pit. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

[?] ^^^fflJ^aM^iBbDvery ^as.beeff Ipdeldii1^' fia-«J-of Mr. 'floppellV a^bn€ Se^n- *ixijl^ 'from Drouin, ^7;ic;), wtiph should be a Tery valu ^We abjealt-ssou te^iirniHre iUrottgh ptlttlui Sftte '/'{fwj'a tliu M«lbciurue ?*'Age '). vSouie+fin-or.twrfve years ?flg«).,-Ar ::Mr,7yE«tt«rd ? ;- owiied the pnoperty, ana lie piit down an ex perimental eusilage pi*. The'proper ty has changed hands two or tbree tituesfiince, uml tho existence of-the; ejisilagp pit was forgotteuj ' Recently Mr. Hooppeil 'catae into possession, . ' ' ' wi^fwhilB touring round the farm with a Mr! Morton (a well known fariiier of the district) tliey canft ncroBSan enclosure 12 fui.'t by 7 fui^t, -Funceii in \vith broad split slabs on ©lid,. fitted insidti a frame to keep it hi;))66|tion! '.' Mr. Morton, ou,heariug' tfiiiit; some forin*-'1 OCPUi'ie''-;')ttd,liad ; .'? aij jexperiineutiii ensilage pit lUiidfy . ,; ..?.?? \^yqi1ed|M(uj|IiN iloi)ppeil 'to Set ^ ;^ n|e ensihig-f!. ._ Oii 'beiug-npeneifl ['- up ? v'- ...

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The New Rating System. To the Editor of THE PICTON POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

[?] 'qiflta tte Edk6foisF-im~'Pim'k-f^Si^ {(IKtth 1 1J6'' aVi~i-fi80^&p-^iiceL'1.1V^tus]rSiS!B ; if ft& mtiB^-^pMvftfoDS'W ^e'ioja^wiii' cipalife' ?;'i6ctyrs9St- nnB(i\i J|i :?nafa';' is'ft-einiqnSly jvoiiclibieql * iu: 'feiltrnftig'il' iibriiigau^i^u^ife'^Uk^'-piinfiioii1 -foi-.liatfi t'i'tiies -aiid1 oVi: uge, ?WaR'nSt' ?fflUy i^ajiseia tlistin ' Act !to ?reybln^ ?ti-j«js0 Miiiiictji^rGoHVi'unien't is; 9aw.' ?Mp iuatt^.iJ lfo\V'%n-iii-^ndl'Act^df Pitfi (jJAmeiitNiiiij ? Ve, !? hi ''sucftiM V^rgpiy idepfindBiftjfotf'tiid way- it;;5s irtliiiiniB^ Ifcjifid.i The'S^tysSfcfiltiai is tb!unier ,*t9iiilj tbei*pi-iiipijgla& uiideHyiujj 1?the ?Aciii Ilie'sebdn'd^iV to^elajt- itrnigliit foi waiii Tiieii to carry thbin'!dnh 'Ijet Jnejefei-tosevet3tljtoint^.:!i ! '; ?,n'Pii«t ': ; Hates baiinot-te levied «n .rentuT values. ? -Thcftf system of Taisiug ViilW'' Js A»4iss'-d '. oil ly 'for; - statistical i^^^ V^ll ^e^S^S^M^edtsfc ifi^Ht^iiljiS^ijv^iniv^Jtiy'hVi^.eii^iiiouni...

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