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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

[?] *n» -cmo of ? Mrs. H. WELLS. . (By « Special Heporter.) With a view to brinsine lefo-w 4h» pobhe a matter of ™5d.nuS im Ti j reporter rapiHxJ at 1U Webo-road; -Jlebe, wh,re Hrs. Mnnnab We « rcS1des This lady ai-,.o..red iS itsjionsn, and upon the pic aman'' oit^ian l,f osr explained, slic e. i , - Certainly. Koilnnff Wou;d i»jv,. me «ore pl-asure than to relate th.: »- ry yl my «re3t achievement of four yea. once. \ou sec, ,,t was. after iruitUsi, u-yinjr several home remedies tliat I eaw about ClemtiUs Tonic in the pa |»r«, and made up My mind to i \.Z- out what it «m &?' for m^el* «| wa. ynry ,11 and was willi,' o to ^kt word, it was tEe bist Siir T' 1 %%% have ^oue, as nianv of mv fri'ml« *a'd. f5«.»t that time,! Wae w'aV *nd misciable as any woman could ,' W ?'?«l?»fIU? 'i* . ^ll^ ^'Jiievi,;n; \£^\kr^ yoaprlncipally affcbt^J -«'i!'^r*''iiext '^ -° cnUF(! '-e no end -rf bother, ior often 1 fclt tlmt °omJ I (hliiE was there blocl.infl ,,,v l«uth, U Usides haviiur heavy...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

OeSGiri|^tiori ^^^^^^^W 't-''y\[\.\:^\-''0s^M^&^^-p^j'-;y ???????? ' ; i:fer|p#ue 3 grapery, Priiits Mflslins, Tailor-made Suits, Shirts, Ties, F--]t and Pamnna Hats . Boots aiifl Shoes, Etc. PERCY ri^ ROFE, Family Butcher, Is still selling the Primest of Beef and Mutton at bedrock prices. He sells none but the Very Best. Give him a trial, and you will never regret it, nor desire to leave him, because his shop is always kept in apple-pie order. ~ -.. Mrf _ --y ??''--.-''?'? .-- - : Marcus Clark & 0b,, LIMITED. ' SUMMER SUITINGS We are making a Special Show in New Season's Suitings in TW1SEDS, WORSTEDS, SERGES. Etc. They include the choicest products of English and Colonial mills. Tbe materials an* in all the fashionable designs, the patterns arc exclusive, all the texture light and durable withal. The other essentials to a first class suit, viz., good cut and stylish finish, are proverbial in all suits we make Our tjutters are thorough tradesmen, who have raised tail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

PoiwiiSteiit eouglis that continue through thu spring and summer usually indicate some Uiroat aud lung trouble, and'it is a serious mistake to neglect tlioiu. CuanilffiriauVs Oough Eeniedi' is famous ? for us uure ol coiighs of tliis nature, and a few doses taken in time may ^ivea doctor's bill and perhaps years of suffering. For sale by C. U. Wokard, Pictou, .TUirlmoro and The Uaka.-^A^yt.) ^Tlie crieJctit inafcli: between PIcWu' iinil Ciwidei) JrtrjangiMi for hiufuifiiiy next hus hlion casicdled ; :?.?.--??? j At.«c6iuiriitie(iiDieiiiiii!r\)f riiejjeri-y \griculiur-il -maply «.i» f.i uw! ij \\v U }\j,fi^ided to.Cpiifiidciithe^bniido i.

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THE DAIRY. THE CARE OF MILK [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

^;jv:;;|T^^^^|^ ?? . v*13^-:cSjub'Po5f.' ?mnM^'.y/' The American Department of Agricul ture has issued a set of rules tor post ing in ebw-sbeaB and dairies. The fol lowing rules, which briefly summarise the subject of the care of milk, are given: — L Read current dairy literature, and keep posted on new Ideas. 2. Observe and enforce utmost clean liness about the cattle, the'.r attendants, the shed, the dairy, and all utensils. j S. A person suffering from any disease, j or who has been exposed to a contagious j disease, must remain away from the | cows and milk. { 4. Cowsheds should be well ventilated, lighted - and drained; should have tight 'floors and walls, and be' plainly con structed. 6. Use no dry, dusty feed Just previous to milking; if fodder, is dusty, sprinkle it before it is fed. 6. Keep the cowshed and dairy room In good condition, and then Insist that the dairy, factory, or place where the milk goes, be .kept equally .welL,. ? THE COWS. ' i . T. Have the herd examined ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

Municipal Council. | The usual fortnightly inceling of tbo i above council was held iu the council i chambers 'On Monday7 tast when there' were present Aids Nicoixon' (Mayor),] Antill. Bell, Barr. -MoQiTip^u, Sell, Evans; mid Coiinellan. ? ? . '. I An apiiloyy was ucsived frum AM. J Parry: The miuules of th« prv'rious meeting were read and confirmed on the motion oFAlds, Evsns and Barr. Mayor's Minutks. The Mayor's minute (No. 1) drew attention to the necessity of appointing a returning officer and a polling place. Aid. Antill moved and AW. Connel 2an seconded that the council clerk be appointed re'rnmihg. officer and that the council i-biimbers bp used nsap^H-' eecoiVdpil lliat the returning officer bo paid £2'2s. and the poll clerk £1 Is. Aid. McQuiggin moved aRsm :imend meut that the poll clerk be paid 10s fid. Aid. Antill seconded. The amendment w-.m ciirriuii. The Mayor's minute (No. 3) druw attention to the Bt»i^ of the Govcru nieut GnKctles which wcru bniiii? des troyed by ra...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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SAILING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

S&XiTXHG BUTTER. In salting butter .gather It in granular , .form not larger than wheat kernels. To Insure this In summer, ice is desirable..' I 'Wash in two waters, the first containing ' a handful of salt, as this assists In tree ing the granules from the buttermilk. Book the churn and allow the butter to drain while the salt Is being measured. - A. pint oi eait weigns so close to one pound that measuring serves all practl cal purposes and Is less trouble than In weighing. . i Scatter one-third of the amount of salt evenly over the. surface of the but- , ter as It remains in the churn, still .In granular form. Next unhook the churn ' and tip it far. enough backward so the butter falls over and exposes an un ' salted surace. On this scatter another third of tine salt, then tilt the chum the other way until the butter falls forward and exposes another unsalfed surface ; where the remaining third of the salt is to be scattered. Now put the cover on ' the churn and revolve ver...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

Tennis. a tennis niaicii was played on the Picton court on 'Wednesday last betwoon feains representing Picton and Thirlinere, which resulted in a win for the former by 17 games. Appended are details of the play : — PlCTOX. ' TuiRLMERE. llessrs. Parry and Viles v. Messrs. Pickard und Druitt 4 ? 6 'Mitisr-sCrali.ini v. Mrs. Mop'pilt and Miss 1 i ? ?:?-!?; i n«* ? (J — o Misses 13i'.;i : 1 1 1 .- i .Ski-licit v. Missos Piricai-.l ? 4_G WjSS Hull iiii'-l Mi. f'sivry v. Miss Pifkar.l iind Mr . i-rui.tc (- — 'S Mi.'fiSr6. Gl'i-i'ii :in.| Gray v. Messrs. Moppitt and lJick;ir-| G— 5 Miss Sk.'ilclt :md Mr. Viles v. Mr. mil Mrs. Mojipill ... 5—0 Miss Graham and Mr. Gray v. Miss A. and Mr. b ickard ... 6 — 5 Mit&M. Graham and Mr Green v. Miss Hoskins and Mr. Moppitfc ? (5 — ] Messrs.. Parry and Viles v. 'Messrs. Pickard and Mopuid 3— G Misses Bui land Skellett vilrs. Moppitt and Miss Hoakins 6—5 M -rare. Green and Gray v. . Messrs. Pickard and Driiitt 6—3 Misses Graham v. Misses ; Pick...

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THE BEEKEEPER. SHALLOW EXTRACTING SUPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

THE BEEKEEPER SKAXXOW EXTRACTING SUPERS In an interesting article on this Im portant subject a writer In the Novem ber number of 'Gleanings In Bee Cul ture' observes:— 'Generally this super has been , recommended to use as a 'coaxer' for bees to enter sections. It Is certainly an excellent thing to use for this purpose; but I do not produce much comb honey, and I use the shallow extractlngs-super In producing nearly my whole crop of extracted honey. When I first thought of using the shallow Buoer I balked at the idea of having two sizes of frames In my apiary, and my desire to have hives and supers interchangeable was also an argument against their use. I made a few, how ever, and placed them with starters up on some of my weakest colonies. That was a poor season, but I tell you It was a surprise to me when I examined those supers in a tew days. The frames were solid, full of honey, and capped In a way that would com pete closely with fancy sections. I re member one of those weak co...

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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

Accident ?; m: \v. Walton, online-driver, met -M- W) .ftjJahifi^i«p|.Uint ^.Hfll^tjj) ^--ri'^^-^HirJj.M'jifr-ii;:^r'-^r%^l^:'^^^!ijlt^i Oii _uiT.ival at Picton hfc' mceiviid inei.licaliiidanil is now projjrcssing favourably. -? -;' ? '? ?'

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MORIBUND ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

XORXBUlfD ITALY. ' Italy Is not only the land of things that are dead; it Is also the land of 1 things that are dying. Italian national life lacks continuity. Having no roots . in the past, we have no seed for the fu ture; each Italian generation. Is a ver tebra -which has no connecjion with the others. Not so with other, nations. The policy of England Is the same to-day as thai of Queen JSlfzabeth, and the latest ! Asiatic treaty Blpned at the British foreign Office, Is a direct development; of Cromwell's Navigation Act— 'Mat- ' tin©.' Naples.

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Thirlmere. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

Thirlmere. On Wed.nesda}' evening last an important meeting, at wliicli there was a largo and representative gathering, was lield in Fiuddor's Hall,.Thirli]ic.re, the object^eing to reconstruct the old Thirl mere Pro gress Association, which had, iii tlie ' past, rendered great service in the advancement of the district, but which, from various causes, unfor tunately became defunct. ' Mr; James Patbn was Voted Jx- ibe' 'tehstir,' aftd slight' ;diffleuUy;' was bkperigne'e^;'' Irat after some discussion the niatter was satisfactorily settled, and the new association was duly formed. Mr. Pickard ivifornied the meeting that in conKi-(j',3e,;)co (if pressure of business he would be unable to devolo tlie time to tin* i/Jiee that the work demanded. lie was, therefore, compelled lo jvsijjn the office of seeretai-y, but h« wonld coiitiuua' to take a deep interest in Uw association and assist it to the bi-st of his ability. The rcFi^ualioi) was received with i-fgret. Till- election !»f olfico...

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THE VINEYARD. THE CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

TOEtyyiNBTARD. ' THE CHSjKS'A'GMB VIHTAOE. ?Qie champagne vintage this year, Ac cording to Mr Charles Heidsleck, Reims, has been an unfortunate one. It is feared that the growers will not cover even the cost of cultivation. The sprlog was late and. the summer cool In the early summer many vines suffered much from 'coulure.' and during the flowering tne cocnyus aw consiaerame aamage. Fortunately the plant remained quite healthy until the end of August, and hi September fine and hot weather- came, scarcely any rain falling in September or the first week In October. The ripen ing took, place very quickly, and when the' vintage commenced at Ay on 1st October the must promised a wine with plenty of body and very fine bouquet Unfortunately the prospects of a good vintage were short-lived. The hurricane and heavy rains which had wrought such havoc in the south of France came north, and spread over the champagne districts. The eevere thunderstorm of 9th October proved disastrous. With the e...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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GRAPE VINES AND TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

GRAPE VINES AND TOMATOES. A method of growing grapes and tomatoes on trellis-work is .recorded by the 'Rural New Yorker.' To see the two kinds of fruit growing on the same trellis and ripening at the same time Is said to be a beautiful sight The grapes may be black, white, red, or grizzly; the tomatoes either red, crim son, yellow, or pint The grape posts are Beven feet above ground, 30 feet apart in the rows, and braced at each end. Two wires only are used for growing grapes. . In the spring-time the vines are tied to the lower wire, about six feet from the ground. The upper wire is run on the top of the posts, for the canes to be fastened to. The 'vines are always Summer-pruned, all weak and super fluous shoots are rubbed off and large bunches of fruit are obtained. There must be no matting of the shoots; plenty of air must be left between the grapes and the tomatoes. The tomatoes are on the grape vines, on the three lower wires; the upper wire being from 3% feet to 4ft from the g...

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COFFIN IN A BARN. ECCENTRIC GROCER'S LAST RESTING PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

COFFXH IN A BARN. ECCENTRIC GROCER'S LAST REST ING PLACE. There have been many instances of curious wills which contained eccentric bequests and extraordinary directions as to the disposition of the testator's body after death. Quite recently a. well-known man of means died, and when his will was read it was found to contain directions for his body to be burled In the meadow ad joining his bouse, and that bis favorite hunter was to be shot, and Its hoofs buried with him. But perhaps the most extraordinary will ever made was that of a grocer named Henry .Trigg, who lived at Ste venage, in Hertfordshire, and died there in 1724. This document commenced as follows: 'In the name of God, Amen, i, Henry Trlgg, of Stevenage, In the County'of Hertford, grocer, being very infirm and weak In body, but of perfect sound mind and memory, praising God for it. calling Into mind the mortality of my body, .do now make and ordain this my last will and testament In writing hereafter fol lowing—that is ...

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MARK TWIN ON OXFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

W^0W^^^J^^Si ?»-As ??;.* dream of ; the Middle Ages.' writes Mark Twain in the '-North. Ame rican' 'Review1', ^October), 'Oxford was hot perfect until pageant day arrived, and furnished certain details which had been for generations lacking. ... The lanes were thronged with costumes which Oxford had from time to time seen ana Deen lamrnar wun in oygone centuries — fashions of dress which marked off centuries as by dates, and mtle^stoned them back, and back, and back, until history faded Into legend and tradition, when Arthur was a fact, end the Round Table a reality. In this rich commingling of quaint and. strange and brilliantly colored fashions 'in dress the dress-changes of Oxford for twelve centuries stood vivid and realised to the eye.' ^_^^^^__w-^_.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

'That tirod feeling ' is not always caused ly the weather, as sonic people would lia'vo' yim believe. The fault lies income derange nientof your digestive organs. Your stomach is out of older, or your liver has become sluggish, and refuses to perform its functions. ' All 3-ou need Is a dose or two of €liani»cr lain's Tablets and that feeling of weariness will disappear. For sale by O. H. l'ickard, Picton, Thirlmcrc and The Oaks.— (Advt.) lu this issue Mr- A. A. D. Graham annonuccs himself as a*' cundidnic for 'JJ' Riding at the forthcoming Wol londiiiy Suirejejection. Mr.. 6. hl.M, pnslow.and Mr. J. Simpson nnnounce themselves 'as - candidates lot- Ridiug ? 'ev-: ;;, ''_£? ..'.' ?'.:_'/.: '':? .A l»ad taste in the- uibutli nlways ftiises '?'. from a di.sordered stomach, ' ami .may lie j norreotod hy talango dose of Chamberlain's } Tablets, They cleanse and invigorate the ' Bloniaoli, improve the digestion, and give i one a rolisli I or food. .For -bbIo l-y =& H.J Pickard, Pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

Sunday next:, Iflrli im-taut, Mass : Thirlmere, 9 a.m. ; Piefon, 11 a ra. G2 points o'f rain were recorded at the locnl post office on Thursday last, making a total of C5 points for the vear. Interest Awakekud. 1 Interest awakened everywhere in the marvellous cares of cuts, burns and wounds with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. Price. Ik. Gd. and 3s. Ob tainable from W. J. H. Viokcry, chem is(, Pietbu. — (Advt ) For an area of 200 acres of Crown laud available for selection at Casino there were 17 applicants, who lodged a total s-um of £790 10s. There is a very kceir demand hero for Jmid. It w reported tliat Strut heden Estnte of 20,000 acres will lie soon sub-divided by the owners ami sold. It is the richest land on the Richmond River, suited for mixed farming. . The Slots Vale municipal' council has struck a, rate of 2^d in the £ on tlm unimproved capital value of all rateable properly within (lie munici pality.' . ? A Great La-v Si-it Decide* ,.; TheSupremeCourt, the people, have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

w,ii«H11ii)i)- ^rv;-' Alfred Adolphus Dqran Graharn, ? ?'??DCTTOSBfiR AKn-WAf-UATOI!, PjCTON: ?r^«|-eotfuliy.itt'iiiioui)CBS'i'.i liic Luili.'if siii'i.Grenlium'iirt'f; iii' .;ii» »vo; Siiiji;. tliHt, bir i« j- CANDID ATE inr 3fiU-L-. t i.ru uf .'Uifnuui iJorrliSi- li tluiiug aud 8;-licit^;n sliarf rtFihpir voles, ?hiving luitV42 yivw oxporii-ncc in ydrioiis; busjuesafiiifi thfs tlectoi-iite. :' ' ' Pie!*!-.', 1.8!li JHiiuary, 1908.-' . pladly jwerte,lo.|ron£wi^lie8 ii^fl i^gjy-; ?fia ant.oance nivself. .ja£^i^tdidjRJto' $nAl aslc^for^yonr^nppoirb^'- i-'^^^r^^ ????-?? '-. ??? ?'??. ?..???.^'?v^-.-^v^'-. -^agffi* :??*-?? -?_? '?????:^^.-::'-iS-^f-r--7'^r:-«-.l;v-'!;^.'-«i ?mmmmmsmm P?: #;^tter^afe^^^^t^^i;*^ Bfitnniing.^fnMr.foEl^'Jjir^^^^iJ^^^^ --'*^S Triennial Election of .?Aldeiiaeuv^fer.^!';s&-f':-'''%^|j ^li'e above municjpality under '.'ihe'.'Ji^^V -: ?.^?j3 tnca.1 Government A*tof W0G. '^ ? ' .-«£? ' ^'' ? '~?-m r---:[ , -' iACHLAS NICOtiSpN? ?'. '^' :-- ' :^M ? -^ ???...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

When attacked ivitji' diarrhoel or buwel conijilaiut, 'you wajit a medicine Hurt aots qmokly. , The atlaek ia always sudden, generally severe ami with increasing pain.* Kvcn a siigiit delay in jirocuring a leiriedy iiicmases the risk- !£eep a botrte of Cliam berlainV QpUB^'KMKjlera, and Diarrhoea Remedy iu-thejiousc and you are absolutely safe^ It liasneN-cr booh known 4o:1fiiiL£ini isssea of colic, -^oleia, diarriioea, ortinnmer. oomplaint In children. ^~JVjri«iie -4-y ^ ^HT; f ickard, Pioton. Tlurlniere and 'ihe''.Oakii' -HiAdv*.) ?- ,': ' '? v ? ?.? .;:: . ?? -?;:_- '^^jk;^^ Mr. W'G. McDbniJld aiinomlciS;; himself as a ' cmdidiiti; iiai . -ihe; ^jili^ ixmiiug municipal election's. '''':. '.?: y^ '?'} -*?.?

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HILL, CLARK & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 15 January 1908

: HILL, CLARK: & Co's. REPORT. ^v',.^:,. ? .Hill, -''Clark, ami Co.' rep6rt as J1 ;J* : 7 - . ? -f oil 1 o \vs, u nilei1. d at e o f Jan n a ry 1 0 : — mS\:-': r.y TitLpw.— The market fell 5s to 10a i$\-j; ., jpVi*toii,:conipetition was slack the :;-i;i) : j; -bulk ofcutaiogpes pubtnitted ;bejng |&--*- v-,withdVasvn ;fTom -pule, trade buyers Sfji?.:1; . -OpfiratiDg vei:y sparingly. - ^IS5^^v-i|Jn)eS:i-rTiie';pffiering8 were .much fy,i.V:?xyargei\ita'nTjsiial,dui»to |i:v~ ; iation of i;6naigi)Viipnts during holi « ???..??-' ??' flays. .The: market, opened to strong ? . '-.. , competition hyi\\i i'lmn tanners ;in-! { - exporters. . A*gowl -lt'n-un-1 existed r: for all weight,* Ht {d I' fJ. aiivanco ^-J'' on rates ruling-1 -before the holiilays. - _? . Calf and yearling easier. ^-w T-.' gHEEt'SKiNs.-^.Average sized cata IV'-,' lognt-H wcrp ' 8ii.lnnitt»d. We found *: '' . ^iie iMj.i'ki't liriner for pelts, prices in / . ' eorii'1 . iur;!iinrcH 'heing a id. better. '.??-...

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