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THE DAIRY THICKNESS OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

.?'. ; yH£ _oAifjfrM^ ; THICKNESS OF CBEAM. . -It Is well understood, both by the dairy farmer and the public, that the quality of cream Is extremely variable. This, to a large extent, depends on the manner In which It Is obtained. If a cream rich In fat Is desired. It Is quite aa easy to obtain it as one poor In fat. though the quantity will be different. There have existed dairymen who, having obtained A nnrtiroilarlv Hi-h milk ffiicfc as tha of Jersey or Guernsey cattle, have not hesitated to retail It as cream. This Jfl rendered the more easy because of Its tasttiiess and high color In spite of Its thinness when compared with real cream. The range of variation of the butter fat present In cream Is very wide— 15 per cent to 60 per cent, may be taken as fair limits under ordinary conditions. Jersey milk usually contains between 6 and 6 per cent of fat, so that *he thin nest cream above referred to ..would con tain about three times aa.mucb fat as ordinary rich milk, while the crea...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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STICK TO ONE BREED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

. STICK TO ONE BREED. Whether your stock Is Jesey, Guern sey, Holstein, Brown Swiss, or any other class ot cattle, stick to your text and having once made up your mind what you want, keep on In that line with a pure bred bull, and you will have a uniform herd of some kind, and as a general proposition a better grade of milkers than to Jump from one breed to another each succeeding season. Ton get a reputation In a short time of hav ing a herd of Jerseys, Holsteln, Swiss, or some other breed of cattle, even If you never had a pure bred female on the place, providing you have a sire of the same breed for' two or three suc ceeding generations. Even with the greatest care that can be used In selecting calves there will be disappointments. Occasionally a calf that you expected the greatest things from proves a disappointment The best Blres are often sacrificed before their real worth Is known. On several occa sions we would have given many times what a comparatively good bull could be bo...

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RINGING PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

BXNGIKG PIGS. Some are indifferent as to this, and ?iev«r ring, pigs; others ring tvery^one flystematJcally, and this Is undoubtedly iPiiip «hey,*WB*tSlber^4n fee aeWilhey toi burrow, particularly In the pastures, end make tbe surface i in such a. state that -one 3mai sfun^f lmn« *a i^ntr »*»«» !**» eee whether the aeld ^a« ploughed one or a grass one. This is not only de structive but extremely untidy. ' The cheap and simple process of ring ing will etop all this. Pigs ought to *e rung Just before being weaned, or soon after. It does hot. affect them In the least, and they eat, drink, and are as merry Immediately after as before. It is very much easier to ring them when' they are little than attempting It when ! they are savage sows or boars. Little bits of eolffllng rings ^re sometimes used, but good strong ones are the beat, j Any handy man en the farm can ring) pigs as efficiently as a yet., and a great point is not to omit one.

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COURSES THAT MAKE GOLFERS [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

COtTBSES THAT MAKE GOLFEBS ^M^tmgii. anasai4«pt coorees are In the main harsh golfing foster-mothers, itayChave.y^t the i idpreme advantage a-f training -up a lively ana resourceful brood of veir skilful players, who learn amla .the rougber surroundings of play ing shots which ran never become the terlfigt: Of thopewho ;ciy aloud Inoes aaatly lor the level monotony of -raj*1 *M.?-^?UU.» ??::';? ,' ' '. ?.-'._. ; ? '.;?;'?:??

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BUTT AND TIP MAIZE SHELLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

BUTT AND TCP MAIZE SHEIXEB. A convenient Implement for shelling the tips and butts of maize cobs is mad-. an follows:— Take si tlopk 8x8 Inches 3^troi^i«ttttiil4B^DpS^^oojpB\fc6«OW ©jit' jT^m this -Jrde ^^ on the other, and drive a row of % shoe tacks near the centre In the hollowed out portion. Another row near the out side completes the machine, with the re sults of the use of which you will be both pleased and surprised.

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Police Court. THURSDAY, AUGUST 29. [Before. Mr. E. L. Maitland, P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

L R5HceXourt^ ; THURSDAY, AUGUST 29. i ' ' [BetorcMi; E.'L..Maitlanaj P.M.] ? ; The auditorium .of the Police Court was thronged with '-a large number of interested spectators on Thursday' last, when several case* of xinugual interest, came befoie tlio.P.M. foradj^dicatiou. - ; ' ' Kfu^otxa-'EuM The adjourned ?? two-up ' cafes came, up: for hearing; and- the ^following .were charged dn the information of the . police with play iog Vheadiag/«m'-'two--up'') :-*? Arthur- Chesham.-Jai. Davis, William Peaxhey, John. Dowling, Robert latta, William- 'Albert Davis, . GeD.- Ratter, David' =Peachey;/Wi'niam-:'Hideri' Isaac Pcachey, A. A. Graham, A. B.1 Mann. G if. Butter, Jos. Daiip, Jas. Darin. John Davis; A If. Davis; and-IWbert Davis; : Mri Parker, inntracted by Mr.' E.'E.1 iblgailii. Sydney, appeared . for ? tb* defendants; and. 3eni(HwC!otMtable:-}otlia Tatched fclie case on behalf'o'f the poliue. ' Oubelialf of tUc accused persons - Mr. Parker -said he ? would plead- not guilty for alkb...

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A WEED EXTERMINATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

A WEED EXTERMINATOR. When harrowing mellow ground after having used the disc or cultivator. Just try tying a board In front of the teeth of the barrow as shown in the sketch, it will wipe the email weeds out and level the ground, acting, as a drag. Use a board to cor respond with the length of the harrow teeth, and tie it on the beam to which tbe teeth are fastened, with wjre.— 'Prairie Fanner.' :

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

WKoopin'g Od'ugh* is* a~very daogEirWs: disease unless properly treated. '?? Sfatistios show that there are more deaths from it than - from ; scarlet fever. All dangers may. be avoided, however, by giving Chamberlain's Cough : Remedy „ Jt ? Bqnufes the: - tough mucuE, making . it easier to tjtpeotorate,', keep the cough lose and makes the attacks ptatiQuiansJessf request and severe. For eUebyC. H. Pickard, Picton and Thir! mere. — {-Atlvt.) Oigantia. Coospiracy.^.Tis . «, gigjtntip -coospinuA^'of oou]£hs^Lnd.--oldB ftgiinttf; tyoit; FoilitwftaJte^heWoiiV Nbw-DIsoovbis for ooogfra, oolds, and bowMwqitioii. . Jfrioe Is. 6d- and 8s. Obtainable frottTWi J. H.^ Ifiokery, chemist, Fioton.— (Advt.)

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Destroying Farms [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

KSKs;-*Yswe*N«*tta» - ^^T'^**ni« cooid .beidt^a ot at very litUe ^fe-^ptew Iw(^^#hef3igh't: meUibd' of j &&- *t»«efc*loii wej«r'j^K»werlngly. followed ^^-46M*pBt *wa|nwia»«^;theTrlght sea ^^ ,aon *f Ok ^ejsr.v^l bracken fern, like p|- iS -other Ttont* j«aulres-to Jay*. Ua §|W Jearea ot fronds expanded to the -air. ^-. rTneae laawss act as lungs, or as Innu S&JV« membleanrtBlbla mouths, to «m)i-)y the ^^|^tS««eittxy tvourishnient for, the roots. K.*f.-Gontlnuously deprive Hit plant of these ^f'.^nngB-or mouths, and It win simply die g|g£ *I : *hwT»aon; : a*« i object, Iben. Is to ^^?^wwniaUh ^JOt^On -a jiper lead it « mg£;&lm* »M«»J«^r UwtStonera- Assoda- 1 ^^»an-« atottnt.Oanib'let;7SJL,-Mr Saes-1 m|^«h «iid $m&uirftih??n,.&*rtoi-: RRMtMl^,la*^^«^|qntofa:'r«CBt the, MmW*'-- «*in«-.. *^ off .la tetto.,i«t ^^^BjareJcn^i^''iiWvbe^o^^:lb« to «nt them' off before they expand. To every- 160 sterns cut off at the first cut ting there will be ...

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Picton Pips. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

. fktonfips.% Mr. L Gifeeo epoke last highfj Tue Oaks Tenma 01 ub^ will =--oia a teaaud masical evenbig jiestiW^ao* day. ?? -'Tickets 1b. tid.' . ; At the last Conueil. meeting Mr! George CLtesstw, tlio^i-a4t«i*»d-J?-%ea' Ha reppj^twhieb WAs^flop^Bdii,^ ^7 ?-'' : ? Mi*. ..JMoPhail,';. Ba- Mwiaar granted. Ruothar month's leave otaftfeeeace on account of hMTwiitujoeaill-hcaUb. ' hVt. H.-Bi hotter; took up his duties As1 temporary OouncitC!e»k th&iweek. We' wiBhJiim every snocess ift Jiisuew sphere.!.' ' idV. John E. ilEo'ore, president of the Wollondilly Shire Ootadcilt &! conteaU ing .tbe Cftmdea se»tv against- 1 Mr. - ,' Downesj-MiiL; A,1 : Mr. Dickinson was given a send-off last evening at thei -Clnb 'Hotel 1 A. full.reptirt of- tho. proceedings -will appeal. neict isBUCi ?. . The ?Oyfcle^iClub'n1 -fancy- dres.^foSjr. bull malch eventuate last- Saturday, Vint was tiaAnciallv a failure owmsr :to the lack of interast-OB .the. part .of. th$. puJblioto. Mr.L. B. ?Pariy....

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EXTRACTING PUMP PIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

EXTRACTING PUMP PIPES. It Is often necessary to pull the pump pipe from the old well either for renew ing the strainer or for .making other re pairs, and as this Is usually a difficult undertaking, the scheme here Illustrated may possibly be beneficial to some read ers. A small excavation Is made ani} a chain 1b wrapped around the pipe, which being usually somewhat rusty, prevents the chain slipping. The timbers and Jack-screws are then placed as shown and the Jack-screws turned up to their full height. They are then lowered; the chain is moved down on the 'pipe, and the Jack-screws turned up again, this operation being repeated as many times as is necessary to remove the pipe.— 'Popular Mechanics.'

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That Tunnel Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

Ttiat Tunnel Affair.'. We qtiite concur.witfatli«!^i$W8;irf our correspondent that someenqtyry should be inacl«t into the' episode' that took place in the Pi6ton toi-i-el on Aag4ist 17,: We think that when a persoh is- prpyed to ? be »f ? weak ipiivd ihe 8hWild*Jb«' placed -in,.au aBylrim before hft has any.opnor tunity of doing anyone injury/- W« believa.-thot there are two or three persons in this' -di&triet, wio ought \o be sent to an ? hospital tf&Ktlvi mentaHy uflfifi They ^otilil ' be: cared for in such an institution, and' ivoulii,l- consequently*, baiopt'1 of Iiarm's .wayr . ThigruatterBhonld be; invesy^ted by Urn r ^thoritleB.. ^CJw«ite;n»+«l'ling,wliat'tbe8epeop1et may bi induced 4o do, especially, when tb«y hear of the Pifelon tdnnei affair. One never knows what is taking -place in a man's rniml, especially ''a 'lunatic's, as1 they go about, such thiugs. in a very cunning miiciBer .? t-

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

p|p6oi*o«WBk it s-. inysteriotte- event when ®%$Mrv»tat!Ubur-iihom they cannot cure-are ipnnkWy lettered sod rertort* tA-ijealth by ipUr.msJdon's New Disooverj {or oougos, ifoMgfei wd-oonaiunptioni but-there.iangthiEg ^ggSiBBfew- AbpuV it. Dr. Bheldotfs.Ne* ^;lK»ooii*y^ppre«n«the lateet knowledga g/Jflfetht-day in^hajnytion of -tba science t.f p^teiW, WA^W- follow vanyof. the P^Sa-faJbiojied methodsof the nateria modioa. *'4^tgQp»nAt to the point of Infection in all iH^atoes-if'throat and long. -troubles, and by, IflSinffiMJB'iaiatarssU itsown .drives but- the I^^Blieawi and beftls the affeoted parts. It is a Sk^Ml^^IcaMiit,' positive cure -for- all ' lung P&tembles. Try it. Obtainable from W.^J. gigp.-V|ok«ry-:rfjonu«t, Picton.— -Ad\t.) i|||*!riKaUaft3'oufig nt*«n*h«e4.Jay ^^^M^toStokterHAiaing, - ^P&p»J»«»*t««kJ-y.tUe *vay, . i^Wtt Wfl-«0d h»oeased his deriding. .- ^®Wfe(tt«*it»dwB*-ooagh we endure, . ^^^S^ds'GceatPeppemiiiit, Cure ? ^^j(ircs-»-tiail-in-tUB--ootfia...

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DEATH OF THE KING'S DOCTOR. SIR WILLIAM BROADBENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

DEATH OF THE KIWG'S ; JJOCTOB. ' SIR WILLIAM BBQADBENT. Sir William Broadbent, PUyslclanIn Ordlnary to the King and Priace of Wales, whoae death took place on lltu July, attended the Duke of Clarence on the occasion of bis fatal illness, and the Prince of Wales when, as^Duke of York, he passed through a severe at tack of typhoid ftver ln 1893. For Ills devotion in this case he received a baronetcy. ? Born In 1835 near Huddersfield, he soon made his mark in the medical pro fession, rising to be PhysIclpniuOrdln ary to Queen Victoria. He 'held many appointments, and did not confine him self to any special branch of medical study, although Wb name Is associated 'chiefly with his Investigation into the physiology and pathology of the heart ftnd nervous system. Lord Rothschild alone paid him e yearly fee of L1000 in consideration of a visit once a week. Sir William played some part ln bringing .one of the greatest criminals of bur time to justice. He received a letter from James Hell 'Cr...

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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

Si - ,- ton,..-.. :.,- Pi#t tSbulb'urn 4-enn pluyed tlte Picton pg^iniden combined team last Saturday, the g|-!flpulbun)ite& - being. . the ? viotors. Mrs. ippeldttBon and Mfcue* Antill mk! Uoardman pS'j#j|pensed itjfreshmentff to the players. , TJie Hpjft5lMjM|.jai!er««ittader':— - Kt^toh'-Owuden^ . m.h.- GjiuMiurn - m.h. S?4;-»^oore...-.v....... sq. v. H. Payten ... sq. ; K«ri«-orter:;....,^..0 Ov.R.-Paytea i.. I 6 HffiP^j4Mkie.:....O -y*.m:*X Bankin I 2 HMiii,,..,,,!) 0 V. iJOoTa .},.,.;,. 1.. 4 ^P^agmiir4{,.i.isq. v. R. Entwistle -sq. ,.

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BOGUS BOXER-AUTHOR. LAUGHABLE SECRET RITUAL. AN AMAZING DUPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

BOGUS BOXER-AUTHOR, LAUGHABLE SECRET RITUAL. AN AMAZING DUPE. Robert Groves, of Ancoats, near Man chester, is a bird-dealer, scarcely so shrewd as other members of bis class. To him there came George. Moseley, with a story that he wag a renowned boxer and could make Groves a 'star' member of a Scottish sporting club ana high lieutenant of Scotland. At the ceremony a sort of secret ritual was read over to Groves. Moseley asked Mrs Groves to leave the room, and then read the ritual whilst the prosecutor was on his knees. He also told him it would have been necessary for him to be burned on the body, but that luckily he had a mark on his nose which could be taken as a burn. When Moseley was charged at Man Chester on Thursday with obtaining money by false pretences. Groves eald Moseley showed him the marks of five ibu|jitfS;^^Jetf*n'^to'7^hen't»BecajnM'.'i^ '?'Bt'ar'tiPiejtnber.'it was arranged that he should become trainer to the' prisoner, and he boxed with htm dally to keep him 'fit'...

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HILL' AND CLARK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

^HX'and GtARK'STtEPOKT. ''. ; .: : Hill, Clark and Co. report as follows :— ..:?'? Tallow.— Supplies svere rather small this yijreekand the' oompetrtfon-iwar not -very keen. The main Bupport oame- from local 'soap makere, while exporters were quiet, Tliere was a ceneral decline»of 40s. per ton. but as sales progressed value* went, even ', -lower, showing weakness of the market.' ?'-?': Hides. — Supplier wen -iight *nd slightly ;;l:5Wibr tanners4 requirements, causing the !juarket-:to improve for.' those qualities ;«ai table. The shippers ware .-again iveij? i^rioajet, and gaveoio.snppor*- to the: -market. ?r The market is unchanged; except in oases M^rhere tanners' competition: was good, and. v-j ip-suob lines an advance of jd was notloeable H^ij'i'iiglite and. mediums, .Calves; were v;;i, i tlightly easier, -while yearlings are still ' £|;**gleote4 and 4n. their previous. unanVisfac &,p|STOirsKnis.— Supplies :wew, fairly' good,* S;*rfihB,^oritydf aluas ate mow .showing raii...

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HONKS' TRADE MARK. "GOODWILL" OF CHARTREUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

HONKS' TRADE MARK. 'GOODWILL' OF CHARTREUSE. The case for M. Henri Lieoouturler, who was appointed liquidator of the monasterier and other property ln France of the Carthusian monks when they were expelled from the Republic in 1903, was opened yesterday, July 11th, ln the High Court, London. The monks are seeking an injunction to restrain the liquidator and- others from . shipping liqueurs to this country under the, name of Chartreuse, which was first manufactured by the monks in the middle of the eighteenth century. Sir Robert Finlay, ICC, submitted that La Grande Chartreuse being a place and not the name of the order which St. Bruno and his associates established ln 1082, there was no misrepresentation In describing the liqueurs manufactured at the old monastery as Chartreuse. The liquidator did not represent that the liqueurs manufactured by him were 'niade^by the monks, ? » ; - ,-. .Whfen the monks were expelled from j^f^c^^e}r|gW)^i#45rMjB^uestratea, a^|^£&-0t^uit^i'||^...

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Commercial News. CAMDEN SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

^p^i^reKlAlll©ws.v:'' ' ¥%:7l± CAMDEN-SAfcEtBEPORT.. \ ? ^Vj.Ww' -larldB, auctioneer,,' reports under : ;d*to of September 8 :— ,169 head of mixed cattle wire yarded and aSwML-i- There was a -Utee. attendance* of .buyer* aud prices realised- ; very highly satisfactory. Fat- cattle, realised high ; ?,-JBpoeB, -there was good competition for' gooa : * Quality dairy «ows, -and any dairy 'heifers showing quality sold well,' Aged cows, in ; «jw condition were dull. There is a demand .\tMhjJOod dairy heifers and good springers. : jPtesJQld »t improved rates.v ;;'.' Falbultooks, £53Ui-4om&,,. ,-'' Fat cows, £412s. trf £7 ?'&?*? ' ? -? Springing cows, £6 to £5 12s. 6d. . . Springing heifers, to £6 3e. fld. -;?/?' jCow» andoalves, medium quality, £3 2s. 6d. !;-:to«t7«.«-U- ? . . :?-. .; TTSung dairy oows,- good quality, £3 '8». ! -I to £4 la. : : Stare cows, £1 12s. to £3, L ? : ? Dairy heifers, £2 to £3 2s. y P&ddyheifens, 19s. to£JfSsf6d.: : . Small steers, to £1 13...

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BETTER TILINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 4 September 1907

BETTER THINGS. - It is not the literary men who make literature; it Ts the public demand for it, and the writers and the playwrights who. filled with NeltEschelem and Omar Kliayyam. would consistently be cynical end 'brutal, would speedily be consigned to the eame American cave where he requesters; for the world, whoae minister the artist Is, -aria whose pay he pipes for, ever wishes to think itself: better and nobler than U really Is. Hence the tear of sentiment, one of the divine indica tions that In the shabbiest, meanest of us Is some germ of better things.— 'Glasgow Evening News.'

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