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HILL, CLARK & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

I HILL,' CLARK & Co's. REPORT. £?'?'.. Hill, Clark anil Co report as ? follows, uudordate of December 14: ; J: Tallow. — The market was weaker, r prices dropped 10s. to 15s. per ton i'rfor good and medium sorts. Prime V^lotB sold 58. to 10p. per ton lower. L;-3atalogues-were small at the lower 'range of values, fair clearances were I Sheep Skins.— Catalogues submit W ted consisted of pelts and other short jjfk-iirools. Very few full woolled skins S^arenow arriving. Competition for Spjjeltsis restricted to shippers, scour ^ ere being plainly concerned with f nil |i : Wools as no stocks exist to keep works K going. Sales will not be held during j|:XniaR week, but will continue on wtt JSew Year's -week in order to keep B flcoiirere employed. W' -Hides. — Average sized catalogues £ jvere submitted. We found com E^eti^ion dnl'., buyors operating spar p; Jngly in view of approaching boli ^lays^^j-icea -lrbpl)ed folly fd. per Bife^^t^iww range of values, Hpa&'«- ^=fe*Mni|sa...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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POWER OF THE PENNY. PURCHASING POWER OF A SMALL COIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

j^a^SlliE^iH^ purchasing :powbb-op a small -?.??? coin; ;^.;.' . .-,. That most emphatic, of philosophers, Thomas Carlyle, once said that the man who had sixpence lu- his pocket could command the resources of 'the world— 'to the extent of sixpence.' Had the 'Sage of Cuelsea' been spared uutll the early years of tue twentieth century lie would have becii enabled to reduce bis liypotlietical figure by fivepence and tiien have !x?eu jis aear the truth. ? j-u-uay, me man wuo uas a penny in Ills pocket can indeed command the re sources of the world to some purpose. If lie Is iuclinod to be thrifty there are numerous ways of investing tills wonderful coin. He can purcuase a periodical which lias cost many hun dreds of pouuds to produce, wliicli will afford him two or three hours' amusing nnd instructive reading, aud will insure his life against aoddeut for L1000. Or be uiny make an lnlUnl deposit In a penny bank wliich will, perilous, lay the foundation of the necessary stimu lus for tlie...

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NURSERY NOTES. ANXIOUS MONTH FOR BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

NURSERY NOTES. ANXIOUS MOMTH !FOR BABY. The following Interesting sketch upon the preparation ot milk tor babies Is taken from a contemporary: — 'And as to sterilising and pasteuris ing the milk?' asked my husband, , 'which of these processes is best, and J what Is the difference between them? j Do you approve of treating the milk In | this way. doctor?' I 'The answer to that question can't be given offhand,' said the doctor, 'be- cause the subject is a complicated out; the fact la, that all artificial methods Jof dealing with milk injure it, there is no doubt at all about that, but we hr.ve, in most cases, particularly If we live In cities, to adopt them In selfde fence, as it were. If we could give our children milk just taken from a healtiiv cow, living out on our own big mea dow, they would thrive and flourish splendidly, but how many of us can do that? The milk has to be brought from a distant 'farm, generally a long Jour ney by rail, subject to dust, or other ImpurltieB. To de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

^EnteCkltfeNWIEON^ER^ABE^ The LONE HAND. THE AUSTRALIAN rUQAZINE. An expression of patriotism * with out party feeling. Of romance and sentiment without pessimism. Of art and letters without preju dice. ' The BEST SHILLINGS WORTH IN THE WORLD. Subscribe direct to the office, or to your nearest news agent. OFFICIt 2m aeorc* St., Sydney, N. 6. W. OPPOSITE CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION. The GRAND HOTEL. 819 OEORoe ST. SOUTH. Firct-clMS accommodation. Terms moderate. Every convenience for conn visitor*. One trial will suffice. WINES ft 8PIBITS of the BEST BRANDS RICHARD «AUT, PROPRIETOR. CRICKET t ! ! TRUMPER & CARTER AUSTRALIAN XI. i For next season's CRICKET GOOD& Practice Bat* 6/6. natch „ e/e, 10 e, is e. Billl 4/3. RELY ON EXPERTS at IS4 MHRKETST.. SYDNEY. GROSVENOR HOTEL. CHURCH HILL, SVOMKV. Unrivalled accommodation. Every con Tenience for vieitors. Close to Circu lar Quay and trams. Moderate tariff. Rooms separately and meals paid ior as required. C. W. M. OHATBAU. Man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

fNEW DISCO VERY! - : ?'..?', _rJSgL-CUBKS WHERE -'*M*jB^-'_' ? W ; MISS BOSS desires to inform inhabitants of Pictoii and surrounding; district that tfie -» RBMINGTpN M ?{ INVOICING (BitLiNG) MACHINE jhas mow been installed and, is beiny tunglit at'-' Attovi.E' Schoot.. '' T3v-M'y attention given to ^Indents. ; Teems' Moderate. L~% : MISS BOBS, WF ? ' Arjrvle' School, ''T--.V- '? I'ietou. SECURE a Policy in the Leading rind Most Liberal Society in .Australasia. Full particulars on application to H. MARKHAIf -MILLS' District Representative, ' Orere,' Sister's Crescent, Drura anoynp, Sydney ; : . PLTJMnER, GALVANISED IBON. -\ ' WuiiKiSH aNM TINSMITH, ^an&ngle-street Pictos. 1 .-. '??'? ?''' i . ' ' :Z ',. Ail kinds of Dairy UtetwilB madt r- .'.; ;??;',? iind repaired. Bathe Tauks, L . : '?'????;? '?*- - GuUeriog. Downpipe and .^ysnT flapping juade an-l fixsd ???^?^?i^V-'^'- - ; »t the :'iuintrea«un-' ^;r''!'-';;-':f;v'^tiie»i'Carrter. '~'~ | iiENANGLE-STRBBT, PICTON. ? . ^v^Mn...

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MR. THAWS CELL LIFE. WAITING HIS TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

MR THAWS OEZX LIFE. WAITING HIS THIAIi. j From New York on 'September 27th, the correspondent of the London 'Daily Mall' wrote: Mr Harry Thaw, who owing to the in disposition of his wife has been unable to talk to her for several days, con versed In his cell to-day with an Inter viewer for the first time since he shot Mr Stanford White. , Staring at hla blank steel wall, the millionaire prisoner said : 'As my case will be presented next time, I am . sure that every one of the twelve Jurymen ?will be convinced that I wbb erased be yond reason when— when— that thing happened. We shall present our evi dence In a much more concise form.' Smiling happily, be said, 'I have re duced life here to a science, eating the right things, reading and taking for medicine the punching ball, the best of all exercises. Ail the men in my tier are anxious to join In the game so that I never want a partner. Surely tny wife's loyalty to me and edfsacri fiee in every stage of the ordeal have been a splendi...

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THE DESIRE OF HER HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

THE DESIRE OF HER HEART. 1 By DATID LECHMERE. ?TJoa't let us speak about It. Fred. I cannot even bid you hope that time may change me,' said a tall, £alr-halred .girl, whose face and flfure were alike perfect. 'You know I like you, and had things been otherwise I can well , be lieve tbat liking ml&ht have turned to Eomethlnfe stronger but now tbat Sir Julian Mountford has not only agreed to take me as his pupil, but vouches. for my success, I cannot turn my back upon the mal T hove tried tn reach ever since I was a child.' ; 5'red Rldgeway's handsome features quivered as he listened. ?1 hate to think of you as a prof.?e slonal singer, Van,' be said bitterly. 'but If you eanno£, will not, give It up, why, I will not seek to hinder it. If you will only, become my wife and give me tile right to protect you.' Nan Ralston appeared to hesitate. . 'It must be all for art or nothing,' she said slowly. 'Then let it be nothing,' pleaded Fre 1. 'Oh, Nan, surely the years I have loved y...

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WHERE SHAKESPEARE CAUGHT THE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

WHERE SHAKESPEARE CAUOBT :? -I' THE TKAXN, . ?;?;.?:?.?.??: '????' A visitor to Shakespeare's birthplace lately waited about the town thrilled' ?with awe, reverence, ana hero worship. When she reached the railway station, Where her train had pot yet arrived, her enthusiasm was not . abated, 'and she looked about with brimming eyes! ''Ah,' she said, 'I think thls'nlnce affects me more than all. Her he mnst iiave'eome to take tbe train up to London.' ;

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WIT AND HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

, WiT Mi HUIIOI 'Yes; I married a widow.' 'Well, money talks.' 'Especially lrhen tou marry It, my boy.' He: Tbey tell mo that Flo Hunter lfl golOR to marry young Moneybags. She: Does &a know. Wilfred: Ma, ft-hafiTU siffint leiteta? ,M« Be Style: Tbe ones your tatier forget! .10 mail. ' - . ? ? ? ? ; . *. A wltoeia tbus apologised to a Judge:— 'ton *? - are right and I am wrong, as your Honor always te.' ( 'What's that sign over at tbe Bumpkins House— dinner 12 to 1?' 'Tbat'a the odds on your getting out alive.' She: Don't you tblok a man ought to toll hla wife everything? He: No: only as much as ho wants tbe neighbors to know. 'Tour last boolt, madam, bad * color-;l success.' 'I should say bo! Each of my tbrea divorced husbands wanted to re-marry me!' Hohbs: 'Tour brothcrls very i igresslve. He threatens to kick me. What would you nd vlae me to do?' ''Bit down whenever &e appears. ' Mr Fodder: I guess Hiram must 'a joined tbe band in college. Mrs Fodder: How'o that! ...

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FARM AND FIELD. Influence of Seed Selection. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

lpi::'«|aai ^'^?'f- Inflarnce of SeeA Sdieoaoau ' ' ? How nebessary it is' lor ;»f farmer to exercise car/e In the selection of the seed that he commits to the grouna In being Increasingly demonstrated — the ' last abnual report of the .Ontario Agri cultural College contains a .reminder on the subject In the course of a series of experiments on the Influence of seed .selection It was found that the terse ; Seeds of oats produced about 8 bushels per acre more than the medium sized, and Ihe medium about 1% bushels more than the small-sired seed, or an ad vance - of over 15 bushels per acre from the large as compared with the small seed Averaging the results for each class of crop, It was found that the large seed . surpassed the small by 19.1 per cent, for the grain- crops, 40.8 per cent, for the rape ,anfl 60.1 per cent, for the root crops. . ; In another experiment ft comparison was made between plump and shrunken ? seeds, of barley, spring wheat end - winter wheat. In this case non...

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Commercial News. GAMDEN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

BGtomercialrN^s. : Hf GAMDEN STOCK SALE. |J;^V. Larkin, autioneer, reports ?mn9er date of December 17 :— vJOnly about 30 lioad of mixed cattle were 'yarded to-day There was a good attendance ;of buyers, but bidding throughout was slack. - 'Jlat cows, £5 3s. to £8 5s. 'i Fat heifers, £4.to £4 0s. *i ?'? Fat steers to £5. ?i:C 'Store cows, £2 2s. to £3, i-4 Vealers, 5s. to 14s. i.;- Porkers, 17s. 6d. to £1 18s. 6d. £;. Store pigs to 12s. 6d. ' ,. ', .*. Suokers to 5s. 9d. :.' ilraught horses to £33. *'- Ponies, £11 15s.to £13 15s. .v Light harness horses to £11 15s.

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Subsoiling. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

Sntwoilhu;. Fallowing and the use of phosphatlo manures have greatly helped during the past few years to increase the yields of bay and wheat per acre. The one thing 'wanting now is subsolling. Just in pio ' portion as the fallowed land is deeply stirred underneath and well worked on - jthe surface, so does It enable the super phosphates to do extra ^uty In the way - .... UUUI:OE.UUP 2UUJ £T£LBS yiclUIUg. AU uu , ', . Its very best, phosphatlc manuring must :'?':*'?.?' ^ ..be accompanied iy sufficient moisture. :^C: :^uteoU!ng- -*he tallow Is the, means by %fe;/*J'w)-to':\&ej-imoJsture -can .be', conserved, ^SSe^^w^ls^yantages-if brought ;.coun feM^^^Sfei-ee^8j#aBor^iUow,«ub-. l^^^po^^'leepwBan1' the' original t*; $^i£»r|' Inches' of' 'the ' first breaking ' up. :.f4r-'V^i*to*«ifter;3rea.r the ground bis been '£-%* \ plpughea to the shallow depth of the ' ?:'';. fl'rst ploughing, and a hard track at that : depth has been made. Each sucoeed -..'':,. tag-, year *he plough find...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

The days of disagreeable, harsh medioines are past, and Chamberlain's Tablets top the poll as die most pieasant to -take, mildest and gentlest in effect, safest and Surest in their result. Try them next time you need a purgative, ana you will be tnorejhan, pleased. For sale by C H. Pidclufa, Pioton and Thirlmere.— (Adit^-*-**'' ', 23 noiuteof rain fell on Mpndiiy Iast4% turther 48 points being record ed np till 9 turn, to-day.

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MAINTAINING SOIL FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

[?] '/??^ , 'fertility of soil Is a thing much talked ;;;:';? :'J«I»iit.' but little understood. . To-day ?& 'jSB&ndftt students ctBoVl fertility are tt ;.' ;?j';-.the twp poles 'apart' regarding thevery v ; , ^founflaJtlon princlplea of fertility. The -f question was little understood in the , - f ar-awfty past, when whole nations be . 'V? -.-?. JMjin* ^riino^bankrnpt ocause their ^ The grea^fet problem relating to ag.l f ^^^ culture to-day is that of soil fertility. i^HifivIs the first problem that should be ^^^Bidied by the fanner. It has not, how ^^^Hfc teabthe Srst: The first has beVi ??^Kiio -fetUarge crops from the' land. w7n|K Is but a temporary matter, while ^^^**tter of soU fertility is one that SpMRifiiiliJmanent. The old nations -tried ^WSSSrwCxii *** ^9' from their lani, :^:.^®3tS8r :*uoceeaea.:; 'When - the soil ^i^^dMd'no^pnger yield good crops, they S»f-:^l8^sre4v.««U\stimiUants that helped ga^§io!#i|^^'-M 'Mp-jB&fiptr a 'tew years ^^r«re^S;cr...

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THE DAIRY. SIBERIAN BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

fm^w§!0^§ %:;%teu&M&-wm&£V-; .. Siberian butter. In the opinion of the 'Grocer,' London, promises to *xenclse, more Influence on the London butter market io tbe future than in the past It appears that co-operation in Siberia is being encouraged by the Government and tbe agricultural societies, and that both large and small farmers soon much Interest in it . Many private dairy far mers have tound it advantageous to dis continue dairy farming on their owo ac cerns. Through a special organising committee, started for the purpose, $1 co-operative concerns were formed in 1903; 71 in 1901; 118 in 1905; and 17S in 1S06. These co-operative dairies com-* prised in 1906 a total of 37,839 farms, be longing to E17 villages; they had 233 dairies, with 510 cream separator: The supply nt milk amounted to UG.OW tons, from 182.3&9 cows, and the output of butter amounted to -6480 tons. In addi tion to these dairies, there are in Siberia about 400 larger and 300 smaller...

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CAN MAN FLY LIKE A BIRD? [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

CAN MAN FLY LIKE & BIRD? If it be true (remarks the 'Westmin- ster Gazette') that Dr. Rose, a Shrop shire medical man, has constructed a pair of swings -'with which he has flown a considerable distance,' he may be congratulated on having suc ceded where- so many of his predeces sors in this branch ot aeronautics have, nffon traeicallv. failed. In Louis XIV.'s day a French tight-rope dancer, called Allan}, essayed a Sight from Hie ter race at St. Germam, only to fall with serious results at the very foot of the terrace. A French locksmith. M. Bes Wer^ucceeded In flying over a cottage roof from*th£,gmtncnce of an adjacent attic: bat a mouMglSiak«b_o bought his wings paid for them wiflrlgfcaite.—Ai ; 1742 the Marquis de BecqaevHlr^P tempted to fly across the Setae,, and broke a leg by falling on a barge a few yards from the near bank. Letnr and Vincent de Groof, the Belgian 'flying- men,' both met their death toy trusting to wings; and Lilienthal, eleven years ago, while flying...

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THE MORNING TRAIN. RUSHING FOR IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

THE MORNING TRAIN. BUSHING FOR IT. Dr. H. H. Riddle writes in the *' Daily Mail' :— A man ? rushed for his train the other morning and -fell dead immedi- .;' ately on entering his compartment. ,, , ;Such cases, of course, ore extreme, '. but I have often, soon cases oi seri ous trouble that have, arisen from the habit of continuously having, to hurry to catch the morning train. -W.. When tho business man starts off for his train in. tbe morning be'. lias- 'g' just -finished breakfast. Digestion;-; has .begun, and the little blood ' vessels that supply the glands and the muscular coat of the -stomach are foil, of ''blood. ? . ? '.?;?*. 'jr~: AU the Wood in the body, ??ht0kc%,^:T'- .is contracted in this one organ . to help the digestive process. -.\VT v Suddenly he finds he is late for his train, and he must rush for it. -,-? Rapid exercise such as running -' means that all the muscles of the ' body and limbs, as -well as the. ' lungs, need as full a blood supply as possible. Consequ...

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"THANK YOU. THE POLITENESS OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

sMpS^^ii; YTHE POLITENESS fiiri^ONDW: riS&C ;-rThank:gSuSp; .^ .^-5^f ;- ^r* ^SCJiereydu have tbef^nlamentaaprtn- M clpje : or Ix)ndori:'poUteness-lii aiM-minon- 5 -' place.' And.- when a London cabby SRpks; K% the words from hia heart in flie ;fec|-ott ;?, such an aggravation of ^ircumstancesTisJJ I observed; yesterday in ' a vehicular, /.; muddle In Trafalgar Square It sounds; -- as if the golden age of politeness were :; really beginning. ..--.' , f-:- ?'' - 5 It happened like this. Cabby beara «?: ; ,: 6hrlll summons frnm n tinted In' Nor thumberland avenue. He was on '.the . ? ' W18jl|Sij point of whipping up his horse to catch j afjf^» the fare, when a great lorry rumbled in ?_'' vv^S^^B sight. The driver of. the lorry pulled in ' . .jiii^^p his drays' to. aliow cabby to pass. Act ?; .'_f ;7'||ll| of politeness No. L :' . .-r^lS Cabby seized the opportunity, and as f- /-;r/?fll he galloped past he turned right round .'jv^ In his seat and, with the most courteous ..;-.?...

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MARRIED "FOR FUN" MOCK CEREMONY THAT MAY BE BINDING. ELOPEMENT TANGLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

MARRIED 'FOR FWT MOCK CEREMONY THAT MAY BE BINDING. ELOPEMENT TANGLE. From New York, on 13th October, the correspondent of the London 'Dally Mall wrote:— An extraordinary eequel to the elope ment of Miss Helen Maloney, daughter of ttoe Pittsburg millionaire, Mr Martin Maloney, with Mr Samuel Clarkson, an Englishman, is provided by the state ment of a broker, Mr Arthur Herbert Osborne, who declares that be secretly married Miss Maloney on 28th December, ~ iflOR at HTn m a rortn Anlr a oiihurh *if Vonr York. Mr Osborne Is living with his mother in an apartment In Eighty-first street, which has been besieged all. day by a crowd of reporters. The young man, however, resolutely refuses to be inter viewed, and to all Inquiries the servants reply that he has left for the' Adiron dacks, which Is untrue. Yesterday ite managed to elude the American press-- ' men and slip down to the office of Mr. William J. Fanning, solicitor to Mr Mar tin Maloney, the millionaire father. . ?' . On the author...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 18 December 1907

'?i'V^*Wg^P'««MtoO»B«,1(fiifety3Ui«in1Ma Sharing BequUites, A Jl Fancy Goodi i, ? V and Sundries. _ Try_ our Sydney Mixture (medium) arid Austral Mixture /strong) ...:-*-\^,''.;;-/'--V.;84MD/ii^Jigbt^.fO'DA^-^S'oaiiiU'lw.pleBMd gpKt'«r™ moon. ww*pug«BprJ^^»

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