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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

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Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPOSED GOLD CONGRESS. DO STOP THE STRUGGLE. AN INTERNATIONAL BOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

PROPOSED GOLD CONGRESS. DO STOP THE STRUGGLE. AN INTERNATIONAL BOUSSE. The 'Freie Tresse' of 14th November publishes au article by Signor Luzzatti, formei1 Italian Minister of Finance, pro- 1 posing sin international peace congress j against tbe struggle for gold, to prevent ! money crises. | The first object of tbe congress would bo to reform the statutes of note-issu- ! ing - banks, particularly the Bank of England and American financial instl- \ tutions. Tbe second object would be the formation of a prominent commission ' on the international circulation of money, having authority to make mutual loans between issuing banks the rule, instead of the exception, like the loans of the Bank of France to the Back ' of England. _-.- ? ., ~- ??-.. ?., .j ;: The cpuimlssion. would .jalso:draw.np3a' Bo¥rses il'&e1 ^rid..;,-:3SigiipE:tiW^tSii , Jurther ./suggests that: 'Austria -atid 9|aly ?'.* ns the countries. least affected by..' the j present crisis, could take the initiative in ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Postal. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

Kg?1.;;; ? ' ? Postal. fc* Mails close for Sydney at 2.15 p.m. ; ?f «jid at 9.80 p.m. for Sydney, Granville ?C jOampbelltown,' Douglas Park, Men ?V mngle, Glen /Hill, The Oaks, Nattai ?#- Bjver; Uppa- Burragorang and Y6v ^S^v ; iVBar^o mail closes at 11.45 a m. ^R-- ' ?':; ^Phe penny postage- area embraces B^ j^ieJpUpiyi^g towriB :— Appin, Brin WmL -MB^M^W^ -Bin» Camden, Cob-! HcyMlMllbKif, ' OataWbl, : ; Rossmore ?S^'^Uija'.Valdbii: Ontaide these distances ?g, ifas postage ia 2d per half ounce.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORE DISCOVERIES. GYROSCOPE FOR AEROPLANES. A MAN WITH HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

MORE DISCOVERIES. GYROSCOPE FOR AEROPLANES. A MAN WITH HOPES. Recently,, at the London United In stitution, Mr Eric S. Bruce, hon. secre tary of the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain, made some interesting remarks on the subject of aeroplanes. Before man would be able to master the air, Mr Bruce said, he' would have by his intellect to do what the seagull was doing instinctively, and be able quickly to alter his wings and position so as to counteract the disturbing ! forces which upset the equilibrium of his machine. ' $Where the flying machine failed, he said, was in lack of stability to with stand tbe unseen forces of the air which threw it off its balance. What was to be done to enable man to con quer the difficulty? He believed they were on the dawn of a new hope m the application of the gyroscope, the rotary motion of which counteracted another motion. Mr Bremen said he had greater hopes In the application of the gyroscope 'than In any other complicated Invention that had b...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIR FREDERICK TREVES. HIS HONORED RETIREMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

SIS FREDERICK TREVES. HIS HONORED RETIREMENT. The King's love of honoring those who have done him some service has once more been exemplified by Ills latest : act of kindness to Sir Frederick Treves. His Majesty has granted. Sir Frederick the Thetohed House Lodge, Richmond, where the famous surgeon will take up bis residence next spring.. Ever since he was first called to attend the late c Queen Victoria, Sir Frederick has been \ tbe Royal Family, and among the many , favors which have been conferred upon ' him was the almost unique distinction of being' allowed to add to bis. shield one of the lions' from tbe Royal Arms. , CAUSE FORX3QNGBATOLAIION. Sir Frederick's .enthusiasm for bis profession is remarkable, and on one j o-»as^n:atleast he allowed uisarabr to j complained id lilm /ttttetjy 'of the 'pain-7! fill nature of bis illness. At first Sir ' Frederick looked grave as he proceeded j to make his diagnosis, but suddenly he j stopped' In bis examination and bis face i brightene...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

- Job Printing Of Ev^ry - Description AT ' Posf Office Thos. MOBAGHAN, AHGYLE-STKEET, PICTON, For Best Value , , Drapery, Prints, Muslins, Tailor-made Suits, Shirts, Ties, Felt and Panama Hats, . Boots and Shoes, Etc. PERCY H. ROFE, Family Butcher, Is still selling the Primest of Beef and .^ . . Mutton at bedrock prices. He sells .??..,' none but the Very Best. Give hvn a trial, and you will never regret it, uor desire to leave him, because his shop is always Jcepf in apple-pie order. ' J LIMITED. SUMNIER SUITINGS. We are making a Special Show in New Season's Suitings in ' TWEEDS, WORSTEDS, SERGE8, Etc. '- They include the choicest products of English and Colonial' mills. .The materials ur* in nil the fashionable designs, the patterns are 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 cutters are thorough .tradesmen, who have raised tailoring to a fine art, an...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

Make it one of your regular habits to keep Chamberlain's Colic;, Cholera and Diarrhoea Keniedy in your homo aa a safeguard aagmst ii siiddcn attack «-f bowul complaint. It is certain to be needed sooner or later and when that time comes it will be needed badly ; it will be needed quicMy._:jJu.y itjiow. ! . For sale by C.H. l?i'bkard, ]*ibt6u, T&Imere and The Oaks.2M'k'd»-t-J ' ' -' ?*'-:?? The presentjilion of mediils- to the successful competitors iu tlie writing compefitiou. institnteiii)y(J. liyjailty, , Esq., of Mnidoii.'will lie at tho^Picton School of Art;;, on Thursr'ay afternoon, 13th. iiibtaut, at 4 o'olock.- {Parents and friends are cordially invited to be present. . ' -. -? ;, Manj' school 'children suffer from constipa tion, wjiich is often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons. Chamberlain's Tablets are an ideal medicine to give a child, for tliey.aro mild aud geutle in their effeot, and will cure even chronic - constipation. , For .sale by C. Ii. Pickard, P...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Dairymen and Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

Dairymeii and Co-operation. ?Owiii(^ to ttiu -Sydijoy middlemen taking morn of the amount charged for milk thfMi'the -];ihyuie;i. who sup ply it. mid who have to pay for its pvuduetioii, tii«; qiiuotibii of coopeva tiou amongst Ihe iii-(er for aistrihu i ing purposes, has again cropped up. The d:iiry farmers have (hi remedy in their own hit-nils if they, will but com bine. , A united thanksgiving tervics for rain willJ)e beld.ii-1 Siv': Mark's school room iiu.'jStilnriluy evening- iiext, couj meucing nl half-past seven. Tn another column will be found iiil* a.dveriiRunient calling a meeting of the rifle club for Tuesday night next: This, club -whs gazetted on the 1st February, and rifles and ammunition will be -sent as soon as the list oT. active members is supplied; It is hoped that all who ure interested iu iliisr.Inb will attend the .meeting and join, so that Jhtiy wiJJ be able io ob j'.iin iliuir rides, etc. withoutauydolaylj

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THE JUSTIFICATION OF JACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

^^iEpTiFMtieimFifi^ By DAVID LECHMERE. Sterling Brae, a hUl which lies 'SriM- way between the storm-washed old town of Peterhead ond the charming modem holidays resort of Cruden Bay, is both lone and steep, but never did it appear more formidable to any cyc'lst than It did one scorching August after ? noon to Miss Josephine Talbot The Idea of riding It apparently did not even occur to her, for hardly had she reached the foot of the hill, gradually as the as cent begins, than leaping off her bicycle In n liirvthlne* ?Iriolnne' fnannflr. whlc was partly fall and partly Jump, slie raised her dust veil to wipe away the perspiration from her flushed though not unprepossessing features. 'Not getting off again, auntie!' cried a merry voice from a few yards behind her, but ere Miss Talbot could turn her head the speaker bad whirled past, and with no apparent diminution of speed. was pedalling up. the steep incline. * 'Wait for me, Flo! Florence, wait!' panted Miss Talbot, but whether her vo...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Police Court. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. Before Mr. J. W. McQuiggin, J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

SWplKl^ilfcf^S W THOBiSblY, : J^NDABY 30. '.:l Before Mr. J. Wi MoQuigglri, J.P; - Geo. Fei'gusson pleadednot guilty to riotous behaviour and- obscene language. ' Constable Walsh gave evidence as to having defendant calling out and singing in a very loud tone of voice in Argyle-Btreet, and using the language comp'aiiied of. Defendant gave evidence denying The Bench considered tlie-Jsase proved and fined defendant 5s and Gs costs for riotous behaviour, and £1 and 6s costs for obscene language, in default 5 days imprisoinnent. The fines were uaid.

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Wollondilly Shire. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

WiW^^i! '?sv^fflS^^rAt^^^^^-'*0'^^.-' was h^ld on W«dbdw1ay lastj_w)ieii -vtHSrew^re^rraeht,^w.:XE. Moore ipreBiilent); ir^.%enneit, G^Iiitch fielcl, G, M. M. Ohelowv and J.. Simpson. 'i - .. :,.-.. , The financial reports were dealt Wli.11 AViiicu biiuwfu -a vreuti -uaiauuc i to date of £801 4s 3d. j The deviation of road between j Yfrrantlerie aiid Tonalli Gr«ek ne completed by Mr. BartloM, was rnporleil ao 6a-iefactory. An application by- Mr. Neve to Irtiihl on, tbe. road at Yerrauderie was not granted. . . . :- Projiosed di-.vialion at Glenmore : Eiicinuer rrports having looked into the inaCti'i-, aiid although it would b« possible to gei a belter .grade by adopting a deviation tfarotigh Mr. Jas. 15. Moore's properly he did not coneido:1 it;iiecessary to lake such a course, as a very good grade -jan be obtained by raisiug the present stone causeivay and «ntiing dOwjrthe hjll. He was pr^)arMig.ft%^OAAVltl) 0m object 1n #^mWll%u)iinltlsi'in^ iJig HilllJrbnvJB^'s^Bati^er^) ?Glen mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

IT. If. Doudney, DENTIST, May be. consulted. mi Tuesdays and Tliuis(J;»ys from 9.80 a.m. to 4 30 p.m., Hi\d Saturday Evenings from 7.r-0 ji.iii.,'i(i 0 p.m. ARGYLE-STHEKT, 1JICT- »N3 Next W. Watson's, tobacconist. Miss Annie Ruddiinnii T.D.L.C.M., Teaehei? of Pianoforte, j Theopy and Hairmony. Pupils l*rci»nrcd for nil Examiimtiotis. TkRMS ON APPLICATION. A POSITIVE CURE for* INDIGESTION & DYSPEPSIA. DR. SHELDON'S Digestive Tabules 'OIGEST WHAT YOU EAT.' A COMMON SENSE RBHEDr Tor all STOMACH TROUBLE!. GUARANTEED. Price Qt& For sale by W. .1. II. Viokery chemist, ? Picton. R. DARRBLL, ISngiuccr nml 'Neclumic Mekakg lk-Sthket, Pjctox. B1SGS to intimate, In th« Public of Picton and District thai he is prepared lo execute all work in con nection with tlie.tra.di-, and in such a. manner as (o give ( lie inmost satis faction. Sowing Machines and bicycles a , Speciality. .ChAEGBS MODKUATE. . ? \ A Taut Solicitisd. ? Xiooal .Agent :fbi- Speudwell ;,Bicyclesv BilvET Town (No ...

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THE CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS. We gather from a paper la ths cur rent number of VLondon'--i Christmas, number— that every Sunday there are over a thousand public services held by Christian Scientists, thirty of them be ing held in the British Isles. . Of this . number' three, are held In ^London. ' Everyone knows of the stupendous growth of the cult In the United. States .a..*jHM -4-lut Mief'riDBntv moM vntihiw Ifr now numbers nearly a million followers. In Boston la the ''Mother Church,™ one of the most impressive church buildings' to JSJnrerica. 'It was erected at «. cost of 2.000,00p dot (MO0.000). Its dedication, which took place on 11th June, JS06, was tile occasion for the visit of 30.000 Chris tian Scientists to Boston from all over -the world. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

Heliuf ..Work/-. 'Phi- stoiy of D.v.^lietiiou-BP?geslyi: .'4^1)iilns')(»u''{rc'.toidJ]n':a'.ivoi^^p.l{|^-' acttMly^ i)Jev^r3|a|^§^|^j -yi^(eil-'JB^^cU^|g^UMi^e^|^|^^^|| allow it to ^^peraic^i^id^^^ffia^Slii^ sti^^'ii^^'Tjjiex'cpni^inilt^'tli^g^iLV' tial properties' that tbe. ga6ti5c;.juice and other digestive flilids do, a,iid they digest the food just as a sonnd hii-i well stomach would. They relievo tho Btonmch just as one rested and refresh ed workman relieves the one on duty that is tired aud worn, and nature' dt-e« 'her owu work of restoration. It is a simple natuial process that a child can uudurstar.d. You can eat all you wiint without fear of results. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tubulos are sold at 2s. 6d. per ? fin pt $0 Tabnlep.- Obtainable from W. J. H Vickerj', ic'hemist, Pic lou.— (Advt.) V . To the Uatepa.vcrs of I 'DESIRE to thank the rataj)ayera of ?:'. 'B'. Riding ~f ojc the support accor ded me on polling -day. ;-i '- ?' .:'? ; J.^- B&fiTLKTT.

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THE POULTRY YARD. SIZE AND EGG PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

'?m£W^^^Y0D^ SIZE AND EGG PRODUCTIOif. Partly owing to the climate, and partly to the -efforts ot poultry breed ers (writes r .D.I. in f.e Ijundoo 'Field') all popular varieties of fowls Imported from abroad to . England, Increase in size after their adoption. The white Leghorn Is a notable Instance, for if an Italian Leghorn cockerel were compared with some of those exhibited at the dairy show, It would be seen that our Leghorns, which originally came to us from Italy by way of America, had nearly doubled In size. In all breeds the tendency towards a larger growth I is manifest. So for as table breeds are concerned, the increase !s all to the good. Rightly or wrongly, the market ; asks for a large tbwl; as long as it is i white fleshed it cannot be too big. In , the modern Dorking we have the largest ' fowl, while two 'made' breeds, the black and the puff Orpington, approach it in size and weight. For 6heer size also a Brahma-Dorking cross is hardly to be beaten. Still, this breedi...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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To Advertisers and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

To Advertisers and Contributors. All casual advertisements must be in our ' hands not later than 9 a, in. on publishing day, otherwise we cannot guarantee tbeir insertion. . Alterations to standing advertisements must Imj in the printer's hftmls at least two days jirior to publication. The editor of The PreroK 'Post will be pleased to insert lettere of looal and national lmpuruincc, uuc con^noutors are advised to confine'tlieir oonmientsio'tiie subject under discussion. If anyone has an itoin of ir.Uvast he is asked to send it along, and if we think it is of general interest it shall ;i;-poar. Reports of concerts, ohiirch meetings, golf, crieketand forrtball matcliUA ruirriiges, acoidents, or any other occurrence, will be gladly printed. ' ' Correspondejil-j' niuics iuu.;t acjeonipany every cotnhiunication, not necessarily lor publication, but a*a guarantee of good faith. All contributions must be written on one Ride of the paper only. The editor will take no notioe of any function,...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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MANAGING SUPERS AND OASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

MANAGING SUPERS AND 1 CASTS. ' As honey Is now coming in. the first eupers will be getting ready for removal. The question is often asked whether it Is not better to remove them as com pleted, or add to them until the end of. the season.* There can be no rule re specting this, as tbere Is always a dif- j ference in the yield of honey In different districts, and . colonies will vary In 1 strength. Therefore the beekeeper must | act on his own discretion. If bars of honey are being completed for show lh^lfiratv'i^^^ '8i^W-wiw^^6ijtd:JK ; placed WeijpthfiV mS^t^cause ihore comb-buidinB. but It would be at flie expense of the gatherng force, and there would be less honey In the upper stor ies. Sections uiay be ^ taken from the hive as completed. Those most forward will be found always at the centre, the partiaUy-fliled ones being closed lip to the middle of the rack, and the fresh, empty ones being placed outside until tie rack is filled again.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

I^Ij^^H - *^fi«f foiiiMvin^p'iftjiei-s .liafettociep' '-slibs6nrto' repi'eseiit Picton' v. tJnmp bollfcowu Federals at Victon on Satur day next-; — H. H. Pairy, H. Mclnnus, J. iSjeLmes, H. BurguBK, A. S. Perlte, F. Shcil, J. Strange, E. --Baxter, J. Hilder, S. Warters, ,A| ^Qillnrd, ; A. Otlaway (12). '?'? ' *

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MUSIC'S NEW KNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

MUSIC'S MEW KNIGHT. Sir Charles Santley, the veteran singer who has been honored by the King with a knighthood, and who has just com pleted his fiftieth year as a public sin ger, is without doubt one of the greatest vocalists ever horn in England. He . first. «aw ??'Oie light at Liverpool in ISStj His brother still Tesides there, and bears j an honored name amongst toe' fuer-j chants ot the second city. HU^eta-HM ^ears Were spent in Uverpool.-'*iit Ms] first serious study of singing as.^n art; «»«- made tn London.-' Be was not born with a silver spoon In hla mouth, and had to rely upon his -own efforts In order to reach the goal of his ambition. The privations and ?disappointments Buffered by the artist ere he reached the enviable eminence as Britain's greatest baritone will never^ be known, ior Mr Santley is no talker. From London he went to Italy, where.be teamed: much that was helpful to him In the career he had mapped out for himself. So writes T4.AJ.' ? ' '

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 5 February 1908

#-^fl(pB^3i?§ii V ,;:;. .^{BromSjjir'joiiwi cproesponderit] ;, ' . , , TJie f principai f bnHhesR*' place 'lias chHngedhaiidSjthegehei'alstoreeariied on.fcy Meesrs. Wliiteinau^BrosjSig^ng' beeir pp --cliafied1 by§Mt$}(lfSfWc®iw' Tuesday, Jflniiary%l, \Va.s;tlieliottcst day ever rceorded^Bprt^h'fe* 'iSer- ' mometer registering' 114| degrees in the shade The excessive heat .broiigh t , about thu long-desired chiaige, as after a few preliminary showers, heavy rain set in on Friday and has continued' since, eight Inches beingfegistered:up to Suudjjy evening. This ii the best i-aia thtit has fallen hero since July, 1904. . '?. - ? A: liiglily:;«-especleii rcfiidebtj' Mis. {MjsBrny.^yi^iofcJ^i1. 3&tnen MoE^oy, 'dft|l at/-,4»ei; ?jjesiflehce,;' Vaiidci'viHe,V;i .o.n'-I'HdJi^aftfeiiionn. '..'Her f ijiieraJ ilt the Li: C-. Ceiu«t«ry on Sunday was very- largely . attended, despite ».tlie inclement ^veii'tliej1. the iip.v.CJ'svthev; aiiBiida^.iVfficmtiiig'hi. llie'^ri!^.f . i.i,

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