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Postal. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

? ;? ^; v . . : . Postal. K v :',j Mails close for Sydney at 2.15 p.m. ; Ai Oixid^t i.30.p.mv for Sydney, Granville ^ViCiinbbBlHpwjij Douglas Park, Mep P^i^,;|Gjeh ; Hill, The Oats, Nafctai; '??':-''i:^w^lJi»^'B«'rragorang:.Wd r*a-.' - „ jm&dene. ki^xJ^v /-}?::? i&^. ?4 ''^^S^^^^^^^^il^Hi r£V* *ml Qrefeiaale; HbiaBW^yi«6^ J%f ' * 3P«*rfc, iDglebniw^^aaaenMii^^Iiiia |fe^|*.t-gltf, tMitito, ;'Mt. Huotor, Mulgfla,' 'V '' iJawIlan, The Gate, J?ibtbn, Presipfl^ r* TMrlme«» Wallace, Werombi,;WiH»iy CampbelltoMn, Cataract, Rossmore, ^ and Maldon. Outside these distances $ jlie postage is 2d per \half ounce. ..

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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25 Reasons in Favor of one Rate. To the Editor of THE PICTON POS T [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

25 Reasons in Favor of one Rate. To the Editor of The Ficton Post. 1 .. Sir,— I would like, io ?the hrieftisi | possible way, to 'slate the reasoiis j wbj' ihe'local elwtore kIiouIJ iusist { upon one general rate to cover all ', requirements. ', 1. Oue geiieral' nit« will gre.illy \ Amplify tbe oiunicipal nco.iuints. i 2 It will fjive -time itu.l Julinr at i the Council Cbumbers. | 3. Enable each rntt^M.vcr to see (?XHctly how h« staiula a( a frhincf. 4. Abolish tbe system of favoring lhe 6j)fculat-ir at the t-xpenBe of the woi'kw1.' - 5. Seemv an/pltt. i-ereimfs for. IorhI Ht-rtri(wtK at n minimum *coRt. of collection. , . ; ' . 6. House holders of vacant lands to a proper sen so of their respon sibilities. . ? -7. Exempt improvemeuts aud intiustry from Jhocal taxation. ?- : ; ; ? -9. ^ro^iicle .'a ifaii- fiei4', ;aii(d SnfiiJ : fayorif or .aj! inaustriiil enterprises. . -v 10. Put a premium. ouju vestments iu imnrci'vetnente aud commercial enterprises instead of on vacant land. 11...

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Police Court THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. Before Dr. Parry, J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

Police,Cmrfe. '; ' Befov6 Di1, HarjrJI. j,lP.'.- .'''/.. P. H. Rofe was fined 5s. with 6s. costs, in dcfuult 24 hours, for allow ing stock tir'Etray on the struets of the municipality. ''.'?? Patrick Humphreys and A-rthui-' Graham wer*5 e.ich fined- Is. wi«-h6s costs^in defanlt 24 hours, for driving turongd thn streets ot I lie municipal ity without .lights. ? , ... Samuel Wedlock and Jeff Wilson' pleaded guilty to a charge of rifttoiis lieh'.ivimir and were each fined 10s. with Gs. cost.-?, in default. 48 hours. Goo Ferguson charged -with riot 'ius behaviour hikI also .with nsipg lcid language ]ileaded not guilty to both charges. The case wufi ad jour-' ned for a wvuk.

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

,ffifiiliM:i;5 ' ,. {rrpmburownoorrespondent.] 'I -DiiTfiig.the' month excessive heat Ijas' been experienced ' JiBre;^ Friday, the 17th.Wta.pt, was fine of the hot test days ever recorded at The Oaks, the thermometer i«gif-tering 113 degrees in the shade; The four follow ing dajs also registered' over 100 degrees. After . a. cool change, last hot, aud on Sunday evening a heavy thunderstorm broke over 'the district. Though only light rain fell at\*be -township, the storm was unusually .heavy about Wei-riberri, putting a nice fresh iu the Creek, which was 'drier than ever kuowo.befpi'e' iu the memory of the oldest residents. Owing'/lo. thg disastrous huh Ron nearly all thii stock have Imjmj. removed, to -jtl-er ilislriclsj principally GrookweU and the iluuter ?Kivt'i-. - ' ?' =?' '?'?? ?'-'-? ' ?'' ?? ; ' ?.-?*.'-?? ? -'-.- ?. -;i .--.??,, .??'?;-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

A bad taste in the month alvfays arises from a disordered stomach, and nay be corrected by taking a. dose of Chambprlain's Tablets.. They cleanse and invigorate the stomach, improve the digestion, and give one a relish for food. For sole by C. H. Piokard, Pioton, Tbirlmere and The OakB. —(Advt.) Perhaps our readore have not considered tiie advantages they may derive by joining the Picton School of Arts, an up-to-date institution. There is the reading room, well stocked with pajwrs and magazines, Also, the library of about 2000 volumes, added to regularly «very quarter. M embers can suggest any. work they would like to have added to the library. 'Members «3so have the ad\antagoot a good -billiard room The foe charged is tlie lowest ib the State, Wmg only 3s-per quwter, or less than 3d per week. Ladies jtre, oharced 2s. ? Resi dents of Wilton, Bargo and otiier planes more than three miles from the institution can take two books at a time, and change them whenever the^sare in towii, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

Another St Peters Endorsement Mrf. A. CUMBEftT. (By 0 Sydney Reporter.) There is do reasonable doiiUt Uial we can put a stop to disease if ooly wo take due -care to obtain 'tlio rislit : lvi-»i»ietit. and a valuable' faint on ' this qucslion'wat lately piven by lira. Alice -^itnbert, ot May-street.. t?t. P» ter.-. whose, story niiiB ae foliows .— 'IVlii'ii you hear that for lieiirly five -years I was so ill that i wts notable to do anylliinET, you will know, seeing tae iso wvll and hearty now. that ther* ib no nord for even the most l:eav.lv nlllicled to eive up hope, anti 1 intend Xn liouefit other* by divine my own ex perience.' ' 'A very bitter one it was, I'vi- been informed,' said the writer. 'Hitter 1 Oh, the suffering I endured was onoujTb to Kill one. 1 remember caJlinjr on my way from . IHibUo to fe\ dney.at a relative's at Kelso, who w-Mj)-hcd nje, end would you believe 1 did not go sevfii -u-nr ?' 'Jlow much wcieht had von Inst ?' 'ivully three fitone, so that wi 1 lU-ll ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

' ??:-??? ..;;: Of &s/^ry^ , Description ABGYLE-STBEET, PICTON, For Best V'ahie ? ? ? ? ? in .:. -.V-- ....??.-. ?-f Drapery, Prints. Muslins, Tailor-made Suits, Shirts, Ties, Felt and Panama Hats, Boots and Shoes, Etc; PERGY H. EOFE, Family Batcher, ~r .??.'?'. ? Is still gelling the Priraest of B6ef and Mutton at bedrock prices. He sells noriebutlthe Very Best. Give hiii a ? . . trial, and you will never regret it, nor desire to leave him, because his shop is always kept in apple-pie order. Marcus Clark & Co., ' - ' LIMITElj. SUMMER SUITINGS. We are making a Special Show in New Season's Suitings . -V- -.-'?.? . ? . '??'- ? i'1 ? ' ' . TWEEDS, WORSTEDS, SERIES, Etc. , ? They anciu'le tho clvoic-?st products of English and Colonial mills. The materials :uv. in all the fashionable designs, the - patterns aro exclusive, -all the texture light and durable withal. The other essentials to a- first class suit. viz.j good cut and stylish finish, are proverbial iu all suite ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

£ intletd of ordttwrystlmu' ^ g tents? „ H 1 Bvuuw i| t» 0t pun, & brulng tonic Hh»t^ctB on % 1 the tlomteh, IboyrvU. and ? ' I Kldnnxs liK« ? medlfcin* M -J * guy 'Whole Bottles. M '? Itl Wl6$0&intoy pyeu. itaTfttlw ..^. '- '-^0^^^ JN*i;f^?Jp^ii^:Spera6|is^fi^e'%e^r: -v ?*-'?' ?i';;:-S.^j^ duly? v noinioated ?^arj^le^tl^'- 'Si's '- '-. '; : '? ^-'0e^ji ^Ide^^s^irt^^^n^ipai^;;'/ ?:''}? ^'g&fi .' R^eriHe^y'ArrtiHv^ft'i^ ;':- ??'-' ???:^':-^$ . James TeWiiU'i^cirbftivr' ; . '-,: '? '? Ky-'^^ Johri'Beifl r^ ;?'.-. , ; . ' :': '.''?''. W ? ;:' r;%l?¥i James Con nel Ian. .' .-??/'?' ? Albert Edward -Bowse. ; ? ? Henry Charles Evans Alfred Adolphns Doran Grahum. N Willie Larkiu, ? * William Cbisholm McDonald. John Wright McQuiggin, . ' ' ?.. Lachlan Nicolson. ?* . ' Lloyd Davenport Parry. George 3Pjliiaro Sell. ' .- '. ? y. As thi'i-e arc 'more , candidates . 'nominated than Aldermen to b»: . v .iJlecl.etLa.poU wil.l; Jbe taken at the '' ' ^Council ChatuherE^?ic|pn...

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Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

Anmvfirsgry. The anniversary services in con nection with the Methodist Church, Uppi'r Picton, wero held ,qn Sunday iit II a.m., 3 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. . At the morning service, which was con ducted by Mr. K. S. Clifton, the children wereexamined in scripture, and acquitted themselves remarkably well. -The afternoon Bervice, which was lai-gely aUended, wris conducted by Bev.'Mr Williams, ^whopresented prizes tp the boys and' girls. The church was beautifully decorated for thfi occasion, 'and the choir and Sun day School Bclitiiai-.s^augBonji'special hymns. Mi?s W-ai-drobe ac|ed as ac companiPt. Mr. H . S. Clifton gave a .brief aihlross, and congratulated the supcrintendunt and teachers of the' Smi'lny. School on the flourishing' condition it was now in. ? MissWniv drohe was accorded a vote of (hanks for acting as organist throughout the preparation of the children for the AnniversaRy services. The evening service was also' very 'well :at -tehded'.' . The nmuin! picnic was held at the...

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DAM'S INFLUENCE ON OFFSPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

DAM'S XNIXtTENCE OH OFF SPRING. I have just been lvensUgating (writes George C. Mosber, .President Missour State Dairymen's Association In Hoard's 'Dairyman') some Important facts in regard to the ancestry1 of a bull to bead a herd of dairy cows. Baron Schrcwe, of Klelnoff Paplum, a German scientist and authority on thor oughbred dairy cattle. Informs us that a good milch cow will not be the mother of good milch cows to a profitable de gree of certainty, unless she is mated with a bull descended from a long line of good milkers. Baron Schrewe in stituted experiments with IE! cows. These cows were the progeny of four bulls. A careful record was kept for a period varying from three to six years, demon stating conclusively that the dairy quality of the bulls they were mated with was of the. highest Importance in determining the milk yields, ot their female descendants. A few conclusions follow along this line, which I consider of great import ance to' the dairyman and breeder. nrst, wh...

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Cricket. PICTON v. G NYAH C. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

Cricket. P10T0N v. G- NYAH C. C. The above inuich was played on the local park on Anniversary Day ami resulted in ;t win for the latter by 2 runs. Th« visitors went to the wicketg first hikI. compiled 10G runs, Piut.u) responding with. 164. Ap pe.iid.il ar« Hie scores : — Gun.Viih — First Innings. .II. Goddard, c M climes, b Burgess 63 C. McMillan, c. Perks, b Sheil 1 (J. Koyn, b Sbfil ? ; ? 27 .1. McMillan, caixl b Sheil ... 3 ?'?v rfughi'6. b liurgcs's ? 19 j. O'Neil, ii.I. Mclnnes ? J8 H. Siyh', not out ? 16 C. lioyle, b J. Mclnnvs ... 0 V,. Lhiiiioii, -: Wright, b Sh*-il .. 3 J. Hnuikc, ') Sheil ... ... ... 0 C. CiHlellp, st Wright, b Shcjl ..'. ' 0 — . Ellis, bSh^ii ? ... 0 Sundries ... ? ? „ ? 17 i Total ...' ' ? 166 iv.wling analysis :— H. Burgpss, 2 wickets for 55 runs; V. Sheil, 7 for 55 ; J. Mclnnes, 2 for 36; S. Moriarty, (I for 3. Pictou — First Innings. f\ WiiWers, c Iipnnon, b Goddard 9 J. Mclnne*, c, b Goddard ... ... 19, M. Baxter, c, b McMillan ? 38 ? F.Sh.'ii, b O'...

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A DUCHESS' VISIT TO THE TOMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

A BtrOHESS' VISIT TO THE TOBEBS. The Duchess oIMariborough visited the famons Tombs Prison on Tuesday, 12th November. .She Is much concerned in prison reform, and for' that reason desired to Inspect the gaol, mare par ticularly the women's section. Tbe Countess of Yarmouth, on her visit to Barry K. Thaw, was the last titled lady ?who inspected the place. A. great crowd awaited the Duchess of Marlborongh's arrival. She came in a large automo bile, and had to fight her way thrpngh cariosity-seekers. No one ever had V hard a time breaWne into prison.— 'DaUy News.**

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Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

MunicipaJ Nomiria= tiqhs. '-? 'Thursday was nomination day -iu connection with the forthcoming mnni cipal election, ^nnd ftt n6ou ihc ruluin» ing officer (Mr. H. B. Hotter) iu the presence of about 15 ratepHyers, an nounced tlmt ho had ri-ceived* the fol lowing nominations :— MeMsrs. B. H. Antill, J. Tv Ashci-oft, J. Bell, J. Con nellan, A. E. Dowse, H. C. Evans, A. A. D. Graham, W. Larlffn, W. 0. McDonald, J. W. McQuiggin, L. Nicol son, L. D. Parry, and G. W. Sell. After the reading of the liames he said that tliu uoininntioiiE wcic all made iu accordance with the pro vihions of the ordinances, and he there fore decjared them valid. There being more candidates than the number to be elected,. ho-AUiiounfud that a poll of the i-atepayers will be taken at the couucil chambei-s on Saturday, 1st February. Aid: ti.fi, Antill said he had been; before the ratepayers before and was :W*^^Si^fesh Ijefsail r*ms a^comnli- A cated' oiie, audjoi'e, which a.. young coniicil might easily get . into...

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THE BEEKEEPER THE QUEEN BEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

THE BEEKEEPER THE QUEEN BEE. A perfect knowledge of wnat is going on in the interior of the hive is indispen sable to the bee-keeper. In all kinds of hives consisting of boxes or straw ekeps, although there may be windows at the sides or ends, it Ib impossible to see be tweeo the combs. The outside appear ances have to be judged In order to as certain what is the probable state of the Inside. External slens are often decep tive. With the bar-frame hive, however, the case is different Every comb can be examined separately, and the apiarist Is able to eee at once what tbe hive re quires. He can eee the quantity of brood existing in the hive, what stock ot honey it possesses, and whether the queen is healthy and sound. , It he wishes to increase the number ot his colonies he can make ao artificial swarm, but one plain rule should be borne in mind in performing this opera tion. 'Never cripple the strength of the colony when the queen is. to remain.' As soon as this is done her laying wi...

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Yerrandeire. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

-^^ei^^S^t [from our own correspondent.] Ou Sunday laBt n 'parly of cyclists; I sewn in riumbeiy arid members, oli I he Yei'randerie Bicycle Gl uhiaiTi.ve*? ] back at Terranderie .after speniiinsr a very enjoyable holiday of somo} -four weeks* duration iu Sydney ami the lower Hunter and Williams Rivera districts. The nartv left Terranderie on December 20, and after spending the following two days in the city, left by boat for Newcastle on the night of the 22nd.' The following morning a Btart ??was made for the old Wangat goldfields, a distance of 80 miles, via Hexhairr, Maitlahd, Morpeth,Hinton, Clarence town, and Dungog. ?. The party reached their destination in the afternoon, after having had- a wry. pleasant ride, the wholfi of the country passed through, (after the ri-cent rain's in this. locality) wearing a y'jry i/l*»as\ng aspect. Here '-the. party, spent :tnfjfoUpwjbg,^f wtalghj^ iij.'| ^r^gr^l^fljS^peQBJa^p^ftfej 't7ere'p\mctffiVl'''^Uii^/jBi^Ki^g':!i»Dd'' swimming. The part...

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SUPPRESSION OF DRONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

SUPPRESSION OF DRONES. The restriction of the production of drones in hives is a more Important factor in honey harvesting than Is gene rally supposed. Bee-keepers are as in discriminate as the bees themselves in rearing, or allowing to be reared by thousands, useless mnntfra whlrh nnn. sume a fearful quantity of honey for about three months during which they are permitted to exist In a hive. Drones require about as much feeding during their larval period as three, worker bees. They continue to consume honey daily Just as disproportionately after hatch Ing — and with what benefit to the apiarist? To combat this evil many use drone traps, or take the trouble to kill them in the brood state but these means are often insufficient Com pared with the proper use of comb foundation of worker base there are al most useless. By using full sheets of worker based foundation in frames, there are but a few cells built along the lower edges. This plan will be found to thoroughly check overprod du...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

' Tlmt tirod feeling' is not always caused by tho woather, as some people would have you lielicve. The fault lies in some derange ment of your digestive organs. Your stomach is out of older, or your liver has become Bluggish, and refuses to perform its functions.. All you need is a dose or two of Chamber lain 's Tablets and that feeling of weariness will. disappear. For sale by C. H. Kokard, Jfioton, Thirlmure and Tho Oaks.— (Advt.) Silver Town (No 9) Golf Balls at W. Watsons, tobacconist, Argyle-street, Picton. —(Advt.) . The Campbelltown show has been postponed till th« 7th jitid 8th of A.pril-«-a week before the Iloyal show. ..;..:.':; .,.;.;\.4w.-;:fBfi};JJKlTOB;i,_.; :;.-- ..'_..' W^a^iiig^latfelSihsBtom^r^iwahies «igetetive TaWn1^r^Prie^2s^ai?per fin:1 V'Oh'tiiiiiable from W. X H. Vick eiy, chemist, Pjcton. — (Advt.) Great activity prevails on the wheat platforms at Grenfell aiid I-mdra Stations. ' O:i the fornjer it 14 -:xpccte-l that about 85,000 bags will hi stacked during ...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

THE LADIES9 COLUMN. HOMELY FABE. American Pear Tart.— Required: 21bs. of cooking pears, or unripe windfalls, the grated rind of one lemon, three tablespoonfuls of castor sugar, cold water, 6d worth of cream (about half a pint), powdered cinnamon to taste. For the pastry: %lb. of flour, 4oz of butter, ' one yotk of egg, one tablespoonful ot castor sugar, cold water, pinch of salt Peel, core, and -quarter the pears. Pack them neatly in the nle^dlsh. putting the sugar and lemon rind in the middle. I Add. the water. Mix the flour, salt and sugar. Rub In tbe butter lightly. Beat up tbe yolk of egg with two tablespoon fuls of cold water. Mix the flour with this to a stiff paste, using more water, j if necessary. Roll it out lightly. Wet the edge of the dish, lay on a strip of ? pastry, damp the top of it, and cover ' the 'tart with pastry. Trim and crimp j the edges. Raise them -with a knife at each end for the steam to escape..' Bake the tart In a moderate oven till the fruit feels soft ...

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REMEDY FOR SAN JOSE SCALE [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

SJ^SBSSjCS.-^. ?..-sti'. ? v*;vr*:.v«ffl.-j*.-;f.-;-«r»,i'E ?rt;:^rrft;if*ta...^prfcfed:-put::a.;iiew'.itpr-. mula which is promising welL . It can be applied In' the autumn when the scale is most- susceptible to Injury and is easily applied and prepared. . It has no ill effect on the flesh, nor doea it This new remedy goes by the name of petroleum emulsion. It is made as follows:— Use two quarts carbolic acid, 2% quarts fish oil and one pound caustic potash. This Is brought to a tempera ture of 300 degrees. The next step Is to add S}4 quarts of kerosene and 6ft quarts water. This mixture is a stock so lution, or, as Prof. Jarvis explained, 'an emulslfler.' Eight parts are then taken and added to one part of water, IE parts of crude petroleum and four parts of resin oil. To spray, dilute the mixture with 15 parts of water. The formula sounds a little complicated, but is not In actual practice. Stock solutions are made and there Is little bother In having the mix ture ready for appli...

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A GIRL'S COAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 29 January 1908

A GIRL'S COAT. This neat little coat is of white pique with hand-embroidered collar and cuffs of white linen; three pearl buttons fasten it. in front, while the hem is ornamented with three hand-run tucks a quarter of an inch in width. This is an Idea that should appeal to mothers of growing children* as the tucks .may^iaBay^be^Jet ^^^|'$iiB^*as*;te-^a^\^i^^3)jer;: tn^3ns.\': i~^'~ z ??'?-,- ;^ ~S^ ^' :''*^*i''' -/^ ?/.-

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