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TRAINING FIELD DOGS. POINTERS AND SETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

TRAINING FIELD DOGS. POINTERS AND SETTERS. Different ment adopt different methois In training pointers and setters. Th? following hints will be found of much value In providing successive steps in a young field dog's education. The system here outlined has been followed tor many years by a breeder and sportsman, who speaks with confidence, of its ef ficacy: — FIRST LESSON— 'FETCH.' 'To fetch' Is the very first lesson which should be taught. Commence by rolling a ball or throwing a glove across the floor. When he picks It up say 'Fetch,' and caress him if he does__eo. Use no other word, than 'fetch,' lest you confuse him. In a month's time, If exercised frequently be will obey, and at the command 'Fetch' will look ahout In search before you have cast the Ball o glove for him. Be patient, and do not cuff him. SECOND LESSON— 'HEBD' — 'HIE ON.' This lesson may -be begun with the aid of a piece of meat or biscuit, or his plate of dinner, which he will be eager to obtain. Restrain him by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

A Modkux Remedy. Science bas achieved u triumpli in Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for coughs ami colds, and consumption. Absolutely, guaranteed. Obtainable from W. J. II. Vickery, chemist, Pic ton.— (Adyt.) Before the late rainfall on the South Coast, the blacks who were camped at 'The Point,' Lake llla warrn, shifted theircamp. They pre dicted a Hood, and in anticipation thereof removed to the hills. Results have shown the 'accuracy of theij: aboriginal instiuctc, for the lowlanda about the lake were 'later on under' water. , ' ' ' ? Sore and is^o%n.;joii)f)s, sharp shooting, l-a,ins,f tortured niuBoleS)' uo rest, no eleen., conquered thonijari'ds of Nicies and willdo so', again. 'Don't eiperiment'Svitli other jnedi eines but get Chamberlain's '. Paiii Balm i .at once aud Hfollow tile direotions ; the first ' applioation v-ill give yow relief and 4jy oon tiuual use jt «ill eflfeot acure. For Balo by G. U. Piekard/Pjcton, Tbiiluiero and mie Oaks.MAdyt.) . .??? ., ., Tub outcome of the...

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DAIRYING IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

DAMtYING IS BUSSXA. Siberia- is the country which must sooner or later (writes an exchange) carry all before It as the cheapest bat ter-producer In the world. It Is a won derfully fertile country, and throughout the whole vast territory cattle-r'lslng is general, because of the abundance of rich pasturage and of cheap .and plen tiful fnArtor nil tlin VAflr T'aund^ There are about SO million cows In Siberia, the majority being-kept for milking. Owing to the exceptional; richness; ot the for age, lib. of Siberian jnlik in winter, or 221b. in summer, Is sufficient to pro duce lib. of .butter. In Denmark 281b. of milk is needed to yield the same quantity. Siberian dairy farmers en joy -many natural advantages, whilst the Government- provides them with others. There Is a professor agricul ture, trained teachers and-, Government dairy schools all over' Siberia. Large towns are springing up along the course of the new main, railway, and branch lines will soon be tapping the rich dairying l...

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

News in Brief. Mr. W. L-.ii-kin advertiues in this issue that he. will sell on Saturday next, at ih« G'mge. Inn, 87-i acres of land situated ;tt lBargo. A crickel match was played on Thursday l:\st between teams ropre sentingtliw Superior Public School and Hie OonveiU Kchool, resulting in ;i win lor lijc furniBr by 108 rune. A thaiil;f;#iviiijr service for rain was held in Si. Maik\s Oliuruh Hall ' on Salurdiiy niglil. There, was a large cougrcyalioii |)i«s«lH. Ite.v. W. J. Itoberls conducted the service. Tho C-ipliiin of I he Pk-lon Rifle Olub (Dr. l'ai'1'.v) will Ix- in atten dance at the public seliuul on Friday night at 7 o'clock to ti-st ihu. sight of inteii'ding memberii of the club and also to have attestation fonutj' Bigned. Oil Saturd.iy last: a windstorm passed over tho town, accompanied by blinding clouds of dust. Later, a ihiinderstorm yielded 1? poiuts of ruin. Last, night a further fall of 2-'- points was recorded. The presentation of medals, given by Mr. Qnilty, to th...

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AMERICAN MILK YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

AMERICAN BULK YIELDS. ? Statistics _collected by- the Agricul tural Department of the United States show that (n 1860 the average yield per cow was 143 gallons of milk, containing «1 1b. of butter; 10 years . later the average had Increased to ISO gallons and «4 lb.; 20 -ears later the figure reached 200 gallons of milk and 65 lb. of butter; while In 1900 It was fixed at '864 gallons «i uiun. anu iiKi m. oi Duner. There are records In the United States which are 80 large that they excite ridicule among practical Australian dairymen as gross exaggeration.- In the report of-the Bureau of Animal Industry a number of examples of good yields are set out In detail. - A herd of Ayrshlres, Guernseys, and Jerseys in Connecticut averaged 800 ?gallons of milk, or 370 lb. of butter, and the milk contained 4 per cent, of fat A herd of CD Dutch cows averaged 770 gal lons of milk, or 270 lb. of butter: fat eon tents being 3 per cent In the former Instance the cost of feeding was L12 per head per A...

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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

Cycling. A meeting was held at Thirl mere on Saturday last to consider the advisability of forming a bicycle club. Mr., YHOciiini wag voted to ^hfi chair. ,. ... It was decided to form a bicycle «lub, th«- subscription being fixed at '?3s 6d per aiinnm. , ' ;?:.',' The following office-Wrera were p-. elected :— Bitron, Hou.. W. McCourt ; iig), : president, ..Mr, £. Gobbett ; vice ^fetpresident, Mr.iG.iRutter j-comiiiitteo, »||il!eaBrs ^.fl.'Baiiey.'W. ^Welsli, A Mm$pi; 'Wheelmen: 5 Tne^Trieeting- was jglpilieji adjoilfrted JillWeanesday, the ffips|2ai: inBtanj;, to,bu Jieia atthe TJiirl ^^piiere bbfcelj.alj^j.TO. ? .' ,\,l-, , ;. _ mj£i -^ '?': AUthos9fjnterestPtl in . Uir sport |||y:,*re. cindiaUy invited io attend. ??' W5, M'Curdy, Dinton. k.Z., '!jn wwunending «BT;-. Cbamberlain'sTaWetsforftUdisordersof ihe fp-^digesti ve oraw. ' I can tyujhfaljy sav.tUat I IWR'b: bare never ;-ieHft-d sdniiicli satisfao.tion (row' j& ;i*ny ntedioine'aslliave frbbi CiiamlMirkih's m»-a!able...

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HILL, CLARK & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

? HILL, CLAftK & Go's. REPORT. Hill, Clark and Co. report as ' follows, under date of February 8 : — ? ''-? Talj.Oy*. — SmaH catalogues were submitted. Good sorts did not meet ?-? ?withthe usual attention. Prime lots ':.?? : and medium grades were unchanged. Low grades. bad better attention and :^vb- eold more readily. =V-- Shbev Skrss.— We found the mar ' ket practically, unchanged for all . ' descriptions. Catalogues were about | the usual sissp, goo] clearances being I effected. . . Hidks. — We found . competition strong for sill weights, prices being equal to last week. Calf and year ling si ill remain dull. 51 Ansin'iAi,s.— Kangaroo, wallaroo and wallaby met with good cmn . ' petition at unchanged prices; Be:ir skins sold at slightly improved rates. Ramm'Skins. — Strong competition existed Tor all descriptions and prices were £d higher. Rabbits, firat, 7jd to 8d per lb. ; average se.a . ?;? ' . son, 5d to 6d ; does (clfiiii), 4£d to - 4|d ; does (milky), 3|d- . to 4d ; ...

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BREACH OF PROMISE. SUED AT SEVENTY-NINE. OUGHT TO KNOW BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

BREACH OF PROMISE. SUED AT SEVENTY-NINE. OUGHT TO KNOW BETTER. Harriet Ann Spiers, aged thirty-nine, a dressmaker, of Thornaby., sued Thomas Hunt, aged seventy-nine, an ex-contractor, of .Norton, at the Leeds Assizes, on 28th November, for breach ~of promise of marriage. 1 Counsel for the plaintiff stated that the promise was made In 1S99, the de fendant, a man of considerable means, s«iyiii£ iii; numu umuy piaiuiiu vu ins then wife's death. The defendant ex plained the unhappy condition of his home life, his wife being an Invalid. The defendant jjave the plaintiff an en gagement ring, and subsequently a wed ding rinr. The defendant, proceeded counsel, set up Miss Spiers in business. In 1903, how ever, he sought to get rid of her. Jeal ousy having sprung up, and he disposed of the business. Mrs Hunt died In July last. Aged seventy-nine, but the defend ant would not fulfil his promise to marry Miss Spiers. ACTION FOR A LOAN. The plaintiff .said that at first the de fendant was always...

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Commercial News. A GRAHAM'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

Commercial News. A. GRAHAM'S REPORT A. Graham, auctioneer, under date of January 8, reports as folloM'R : — Eggs, 7d to'7W i1o/jjii. Butter, lOd to Is Id perlt). Jam, Wintle's, 6d to 7d a bottle. Honey, Is9d to 2s 71b. tin-fid to7d a bottle. Peaches, Is a bottle. : Dry apples, id lib. Jmgs. Dripping, 5d to Gd. per Iti.^ ' Oranges, Is to Is 3d per quarter oase. ? Mandarins, Ig4d tolsifd. ' Apples, 1b 3d to Is fid. ' I/xjuats, Is. to 1« 2d. ' Iienions, 8d to 9d per box. Cabbage, 2id to 4d each. Cauliflowers' 4d to 6d ' Swede turnips, 9d to JOd i owt. potatoes, prime, lOd to Is ' Potatoes, seed, '2rt ' Pumpkins, 3d to 5d each. Pineapples, Is to 3s dozen. ? Fresh pork, 5d to Cd per H-. Bacon, 7d to 8d ' Heads, Is to Is 3d. Corn beef, 3d to 3Jd per lb. Fowls, 2s 6d to 3s. Ducks, 3s 6d to 4s. Wood (9 inch), 8s a load. Bark, Jn3d aslieet. Jam melons, 3s to 5s a dozen.

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HIS DYING REQUEST. HOW FULFILLED. EXHUMED AND DECAPITATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

HIS DYING REQUEST. HOW FULFILLED. EXHUMED AND DECAPITATED. From Paris on Saturday, 23rd No vember the correspondent of 'Lloyd's Weekly' wrote : — A scene strongly reminiscent of the action of Edgar Allan Poe or Hoff mann, has been witnessed in the village churchyard of St. Servais, a sleep v hamlet of 'seven hundred in habitants in tho Department of Finistere. ? ' St. Servais is famous for a two fold reason. Its weather-beaten church stood a siege against the ' blues' in the troublesome days of tho Revolution, and it was the birthplace of the famous painter, Yan Dargent. Now, for another rea son, St. Servais finds Itself- the most talked-of village in all France. To carry out the dying wishes of his father, a son dug up his parent's body and had the. head cut off. The son in question is Ernest Dargent, and the body decapitated under such, singular circumstances is that of Yan Dargent, whose memory all Brittany reyers. '-/.:;?'.'? V ; ?,''?-.: .'.;'? _? .: \Tiwc^m% ;TJ*jsa -'»;t*u* '...

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A PRINCE OF THIEVES. HE LIVED IN TUSCANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

A PRINCE OF THIEVES. HE LIVED IN TUSCANS'. The long 'wanted' criminal, Fran* Kirch, whose daring and Ingenuity ren der him the most remarkable thief and housebreaker In Germany, lias just been arrested at Hanover. Kirch -was noto rious for the ambitious nature of his thefts and for the extraordinary skill of the coterie of accomplices whom be trained to assist tn bis raids, and whom he paid munificently. He himself lived in the utmost luxury. So successful was he iu simulating In sanity when arrested that five times he was plnced lu a lunatic asylum, whence be always succeeded in eecapiug.— 'Dally Mall.' . ? __

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BARRACKS SUICIDE. YOUNG GUARDSMAN SHOOTS HIMSELF WITH BORROWED RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

BARRACKS SUICIDE. YOUNG GUARDSMAN SHOOTS HIM SELF WITH BORROWED RIFLE. The suicide of a guardsman of Chel sea barracks was the subject of an In quest on Saturday, when some singular letters were read. The dead man was Albert Edward Cumberland, 19, a pri vate of the 1st Batt. Scotch Guards. . The father said fils son had been in the Army two years, and appeared to like It very much. He had made no comolalnt of any disagreement with other soldiers. He knew deceased had been walking out with a young woman, but had not hoard of any love trouble In that direction. Private George Carter said when de ceased came into the barrack room on the night of Wth November he appeared to have been drinking-. He had a few words with another soldier, but there were no blows struck. Next morning lie saw deceased lying on his bed partly dressed. He said It was not worth while undressing, and, after lighting a cigarette, walked out of the room. James M'Dowell, another soldier, said that when he went to th...

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OCEAN'S CALL. L.C.C. BOYS TO MAKE THE VOYAGE TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

OCEAN'S CALX.. L.C.C. BOYS TO MAKE THE VOYAGE TO AUSTRALIA. To-morow (writes the 'Daily NewB' ol 2nd October), If the present arrange ments hold good, the large sailing ship Port Jackson will sail from the Thames for Australia, carrying 25 cadets, ani also 50 boys from the Marine Society's training ship War6plte. It Is upon this ship that the scheme of ocean train ing, Inaugurated In 1890 by Lord Bras sey, In conjunction with Messrs Devltt UIIQ BtXWIV, IS m:iti£ u-iijvu vui, cauvt «??' is the first British training ship In the Mercantile Marine to carry not only cadets, but also boys as forecastle hands. Among these boys will be four scholar ship holders, Indentured by the L.C.C. to the Marine Society for two years. These scholarships, which are for L25 each, re place four gardening scholarships, as it was apparently thought desirable that London lads should be taught to plough the seas as well as the land. - As soon as the boys were selected they were drafted to the Warsplte, to un...

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COURT TOLSTOI'S VIEWS ON WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

COUHT TOLSTOI'S VIEWS ON WEALTH. What strikes us most In Count Tol stoi's letter On reply to Mr Rockefeller'* question, 'What aboil I do -with my .fortune?'} is. the' tendency to attach such undue' importance ;to money and Its possession. His dread and hatred of money Is as perverse as the miser's love of it One makes it a devil and ^ the other a god. Mo doubt the rich man Is exposed to many special temptations', but then bo Is the poor man. Yet both may, and do. resist them.— The 'Spectator.'

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LONDON POLICE. CONSTABLES ARRESTED. CHARGED WITH POUND WITH JEMMY AND SKELETON KEYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

LONDON POLICE. CONSTABLES ARRESTED. CHARGED WITH *!BUIIG1.ARY. POUND WITH JEMMY AND SKELETON 'KTCVS Two constables stationed at the Vic- . toria Dock, named Robert Gordon and William .Cousins, were remanded at West Ham on Saturday, September 48th, ball being refused. They were charged with Lreaklng Into the Great Northern Railway Company's warehouse with In- ... , :v ??* tent Jo commit a telgny; witlrSiavini ' J' Jrecelving- a quantity' of 'passengers' ef- ' JC fects, valued at LS 10s. ' . ? . '.. ? Inspector Young, of the Dock 'police, stated that at midnight on September 26th he beard voices In the warehouse, and then the prisoners came out The witness asked Gordon what business ha had there, and he said, 'This Is what I get for doing my duty.' Other officers came up, and the witness took the ac cused Into the warehouse. Asked If he had anvthlne In his nos sesslon that did not belong to him, Cousins said 'No,' but on being searched a jemmy, a pair of pincers, a box of nails, and s...

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THE SHUNTING OF "SIM" HOW IT ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

. THESHUKTIHCtlF 'SIM'' WriTV TT BKIWin. - 'Wilfrid L. Bandell writes in the 'Westminster Gazette':— , j , ' Sun stood, just before sunset, in the . middle of an. intricate intersection of rails — reminiscent, somehow, of a big j cobweb in whieh^tue man represented 1 tbe watchful spider — and waved -.his . arms mysteriously, whereupon' a blunt- 1 ? edged, pugnacious little tank-engine ! hurried from the depths of the goods j ?depot, butting in front ot uer unit a dozen coupled trucks and a loose one. Sim held.out his arms at a certain mo- ! inent horizontally; the engine stopped with a discordant skurr of jammed brakes, brought up one might say, on ? her haunches; and Itio odd truck, de taching i'tecR i-a.ii past Sim and slammed k noisily, but ineffectually Into a long row of loaded waggons, recoiling a yard or two before its brake-lever was dropped by a waiting pointsman. Small boys leaning at peril of their lives from the coping of tho wide bridge that crossed Hie shunting yards, ...

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PAIK IN A CHILD'S ABDOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

PAIN IN A CHILD'S ABDOMEN. One of the leading physician-experts in diseases of children haa stated that the very test resource of the mother or nurse when a child Is eelxed with pain in the abdomen is the outward appli cation of beat It never does harm. It cannot do so,' provided, of course, that the heat Is not «o fierce as to scorch or. ?bald the skin. ''When there is inflam mation, 'whatever Its character, the beat will flo some good. If the chSd has a chill It will be equally, beneficial ; and should a iMUHJ prove serious, -one wUl never find that the plan has In any way jeopardised the ~ sufferer's chances of being cured by the doctor. ^ One way of applying beat is' to put a sufficiency of table salt Into a hot oven for ten minutes, or Into a frying-pan for a shorter time. When the salt If hot it to to be placed In a flannel bag. Be fore being applied to the patient Its heat ?bouia be tested on tne back of the band. ' 'Another way of applying * ?:*..!» by a rubber or metal hot-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

The PiCTO^v^OKrisaie^^l Paper cineulatin^: througHbia|tl the WollondUly Electorate alSiil Shire, and Camdeh Electorat^'Bl [?]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

# OR. SHEIBON'S 1 |NEW; DISCOVERY] : - , ? - . '? ^ V-0MSl]MPT10H,1/6»3/-jg ???- ^;''^^^7,,'',Lrtf^' //$- celebrated ^'N; \s^ Imported ' ' ? '-j -i^:M,vP^oeiety.; SEGDBE iV Policy in (ho beady and Most-iLilieraf Sdcfefy -; Australasia. JTuil 4iai:ti)j)ilars,| application 16 VH; MiRKfife, A1ILLS, District J&eprasentatis ? ~' Orere,' ? Sietej^e Crespoirt^torui Jnoyne, Sydney v\ : PLUMBER,; GAEVANISED* iaoij; ,-:«|4 Repaired. .... :BiUh«.; Tanks, . j. — Guttorinjj, Downpipo and ; f f' t G^ppingniado s.tid,tis ad^, - j «:.T 4;,^f^O!5n^St.jr6^ou-'' ^ . I aide wricoH. ? ' I ;. r3STIM4Ti5S ,=:GI,yEN. ,EOU.; Al I ...;, X3L.1S8B8-.OF WORK INTJ3 * Ceneral Carrier-. . | MENATC&LE-STftEET; PICTON f ??? . Furniture, carefully, packed- «n i -removed to ap y part' 61- ih& distric *' ?'??oft'the Shoifest Notice. ? I t,Cliargj?s Strictly Moderate, ? ?-. ,.:..'--'f-:.-.^'-' ? ''*-sa:':.-.'.^ t?(XL4kS: 'V:iv'ii. :; ABOTLE-STpEET^PIGTONi ',? , . ?? ?'??,. (Ngxt ^ipkg.ryVclierajs...

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ACROSS TWO CONTINENTS. PEKIN TO PARIS IN A MOTORCAR. SOME STRANGE EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 12 February 1908

ACROSS TWO CONTINENTS PiSON' TO PARIS IN A ' MOTOR-' ' CAR. SOMU STRANGE EXPERIENCES. feThc motor-car ride ol ten mou jiaad miles from Pekin to Paris was one of the great events of the year now drawing to a close. It was, indeed, in many respects a wonder ful journey, and we have not had lo wait long for a vivid -and enter taining account of it. The sugges tion of the journey cam* from the Paris ' Matin,' and was quickly taken up, among others, by Prince Scipione ' Borghese, already famous as a traveller. 'One of bis com panions (says the ' Westminster Ga zette') was the author of a descrip '^ live volume just issued, and the \ other was the chauffeur. Ettoro Guizxardi. Twenty-five cars entered for the raee, but only five started, and Prince Bnrghese's car was the one that came out of the ordeal with flying colors. The start wae made from Pekin at 8 a.m. on 10th June, and Paris was reached at 4 p.m. on 10th August. Ten thousand miles, as we have said, was covered in the interval, an...

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