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THREE PERSONAL QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

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Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

Advertising nndoubtedly takes away the business from those who do uot advertise aud gives it to those who do, aud those who bare succeeded best, growing day by day, have been thoso who have beeu the most presistent advertisei-s in season aud Out of season. A Painful swelling on any part of the body will, if neglected, eud in some kind of sore such as & boil, ourbuncle, ulcer, abscess fistula, etc. To prevent Buoh a. result, apply Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liuiment. TJiis will relievo the pain, draw out tlie inflammation, reduce the* swelling, and drive away the entire trouble. Accept no substitute; Price Is. Gd. and 3s. Obtainable from \V. J. H. Viokery, chemist, Picton. — (Adrt). Silver Town, (No fl) Golf Balis at W. Watson's, hairdresser, Argyle-street, Pioton. — -{Advt.} --'?.,- Perhaps our readers have 'not considered tho advantages they may derive by joining the Picton School of Arts, an up-to-date institution.- There is the reading room, well stocked with papers and magaz...

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THE DAIRY. THE FAT IN CREAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

Kfff^pMpil i^'^nHE^SiMTinr ;&bjbMm:^:' The fat. in cream ts present to the tons ot globules. -in cream the fats are con-.' oen traied,-;!na«rnqr.h as they are moch more cumerouB In the: same volume than In milk. . While the percentage of fat to milk may vary from 2S up to & or more, the percentage of fat in sepa rated cream. is about 28, and in trlch cream' tip to -SG. or higher. The charac- ' decides the method of collecting them. Tbe older observers - writes 'Kflthara' -in the 'Mark Lane Express') -were con vinced that they possess a covering layer, or membrane, or: cuticle, which before has been compared to the mem brane or skin which forms oo the sur lace'of porridge as it cools. . . It seemi more likely, however, that tills contain ing envelope In' the case of the /at globules is a thin film ot albuminous material— of cancan, which is attached to each-globule by a natural cohesion. Before the fat can be got to collect as it does at the end ot churning, this en- ...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

Tennis. A tennis match was played at Pictou on Eight Hours-Day between teams representing Campbelltowu and Pictou, which resulted : — Catnpbell- ton-u, 7 sets, 73 games; Pic'ton, 8 sets' G3 giimes. Picton v-as represonted by Mrs. Parry, Misses Bull, Graham aud .SlieiT, mid Messrs. Graham, Green, Viokery and P. Shell. Afternoon tea was provided, by tho ladies of the club.

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Soda and Salt for Mangels. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

Soda, and Salt for Mangels. An experiment has been conducted for the last two years at WobUrn, England, to test the extent to which nitrate of soda can be profitably used as a top dressing .for mangels, and also to test the efficacy of the. use of common salt for the crop. 'lie result is reported in a Journal for last year, and is worth the attention of mangel growers. Farm . yard manure at the rate ot li tons per acre waa ploughed in early in April, and r;angel seed (71b. per acre) drilled euiH ? eeqoently. .? The top-dressings per acre In the trial plots were respectively:— 1 cwt nitrate of soda, 1 cwt, nitrate of soda and 1 cwt. salt; 2 cwt nitrate of soda. All the plots were dressed with farmyard manure. The -... top-dressings were applied towards the (dose of June. The following results to j V round figures were obtained;— lk\ ; -Hot. Manure per .Acre. Hoots per Acra. £V«,.-' ?;.-'. .,??-:? / . ? 1S06. 3S06. Sy-C:---:-:-',LJ* ??-?.-?'???.? ???'?? ? Tou.'Cfrt Ton Cwt. jf'.'-K'- ...

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Eight Hours-Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

Eight Hours°Day. The morning of Bight Honrs-Duy' broke with rain clouds travelling across the sky, aud at first it looked aH if it was going to be wet, but by 10 o'clock the showery weather ceasi'd, and Old Sol came oat in his us'uii tspieuuor. in oyaney uie celebrations -were carried out with characteristic enthusiasm, and by -the time the procession left tho starting poiut all thoughts of a wet day «bad disappeared. Along tho line of loai ch the roadfe aud sidewalks were crowded ?with sightBeers, »ud as the pi-ocession passed the different displays evoked applause. The banners displayed were very beautiful,- particaiarJy tbfe new banner of the Eight Hotti^i rpomniittee, TJ^diBplays ^werd ^erj. good , «g -^et^al J jfetba iiauksmitbs. - . . The procession over, sports were held iu the show- ground, and were well patronised. Locally, Eight Hours was not celebrated, but at Yerrauricrio sports wove held.

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Conserving Farmyard Manure. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

Conserving Farmyard Manure. -v!y -in the proper conservation of farm-. -' : yard manure the objects to be aimed at . are to prevent the loss of compounds ?- containing nitrogen, potash and phos phoric acid, and tbe loss of these valu ' .able elements can be avoided by ab sorbing the liquid manure, by Tegulat - mg ine process or fermentation and by ' ??-.-?. prKecting the manure from wasting by .'?-. exposure to tie weather. The use of ; Htte1«#Uh'the stock absorbs the liquid ; marinijes, preserves It to some extent ,?'' from immediate decompoElflon.and holds \ more or leas of the ammxmla produced .' by termentation, thus preventing Its «?- fe;, ;^pe injw- Qje Blr.\ Of the materials In ?Sg. -common use, good loamy sollhas the £i':] largest power of absorbing and holding Sllf-i- VJIqolds;. sawdust next, and then straw. !{;; In addition ^o using bedding for the '^ cj^ieddlng sof stock, it is wise' to use some |^';-;ottfef ;toaterlals ibr absorbing andpre :J wryingthejtnanuTe, Among suc...

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The Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

^^W^^it^ Prom our, own correspondent.] Mr. Thos. Houibhan, brother of Mr. M. Houlohan, J,P.,died suddenly at bin residence, near Wellington, on Tuesday last. He had only fV-acheil, his home a day or so after beiug here to attend his mother's funeiiil three weeks ago* '-ho toeing then in his ' usual state of health. The cause of death was heart failure. Mr. Hoaloban had been a noted traveller and prospector in his time-, making a trip, many yeai-H ago, with a party overland from Qneenslivnd to Wi'St Australia, and could tell many thrilling stories of ad ventures with wild l-!aeUs,tt«n! narrow escapee from ili-at!) From thirst in Central Australia. Ilis fu:n-r;il lunk place at Thw O.iks R C. C.-iiit-tis-y on Thitrsiluy .-iffiTnunn, th» licv. Viithvv Sheridan iifflci:itiii^. Djot-Lised was a uiUiw of this -IIk: rict, 06 yenrs of age, mil I unnmnied. Last Sunday afternoon the anni' vf-rsar.r sorvice was belli at St. Luke's .Church, The Oaks,. % large, cougre@'iifjj!Ji:r.J-p-:;ij»iwiiPAB...

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Picton Pips. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

Picton Pips. The Council met last night. Re port nest issi7e. The usual annual picnic was held ; at Wilton on Monday. i The local Pastures Protection Board has extended compulsory poisoning of rabbits for another year. . The crickpt mutch that was to have been plnyod last Saturday was postponed on account of Ibo threatening attitude of the wouther. Mrs. Susie Hill lafcl Th'irsiiay w;is granted a coach license for the convejrance of mails mul puwengcrs between Picton ami Bmvjjo. Mr, .!. W. McQuiggin and Dr. Purry were on the Bench, In Mr. McNeil I'd -shop window can be seen Mr? A. H. Brown's trophy offereil for the best hutting average for the season just closed. Mr. B. H. Parry was the winner. The trophy takes the form tit' a silver-mounted pickle jar. , Last week the district officers of the --Grand United Order of Odd fellows visited the Picton branch, and were given a good reception. They gave the local members many interesting particulars in connection ?with the order. ? During,...

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"THE LINKMAN." SOME PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

'THE UNKMAN.' SOME PHILOSOPHICAL RKFLEC TIONS. Our old. friend Marznaduke writes to 'Lady Betty' In London 'Truth' :— There is a New Angel, dear Lady Betty; the Angel of Divorce. ??The ?womiitt .of to-day, gives }ier* baud, to ier hu|bala--et;JiiSflrt, to aieiftiov'er, ?abd ber soul to tbe dressmaker. ? * * ? Tho Science of Surfaces is fiunreme In this country; outward nppearanres are alone Important here. It is a fea ture of the moment that we are revis ing our conventionalities. In the un settled condition, many of (he old established usages are obviously Irra tloual. An nppd Peer dies, who hns devoted his life to tbo pursuit of pleasure, lias eujoyeil ever}' possible luxury, and lias avoided all \rark throughout his career. As they consign tils remains to the Krave the congregation solemnly sing, 'Now the laborer's task Is over!'- The Science of Surfaces formerly or ilalnert (hat the higlily-ruoiiectablc should not use their carriages on the Sunday; it was unbecoming to cause unn...

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Burragorang Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

Burragorang Road. In its issue of September 26, the '?' Camdeu News ' bitterly refers to the fact that the. Wollondilly Shire engineer had advised the shite to make application to tho Minister for Works for a grant of 351000 to make xvhut had '. already been- spent on the /Burr&gorang;' road of practical use. (In another column will he found the amusing article.) Our contemporary tries, by specious sophistry, to make out that, what has already been done is only fit for horsemen and light traffic. Although several miles have to be completed, we aver that what has been made is fit for heavy traffic, and the 'Camden News1.' knows tbat too. But every time the Camdeu writer opens bis mouth he puts his foot into it. The 'Camden News' wants the Government to take the road Camden way, no matter at what cost to tho country. There has been over £8000 spent on the Camden Sf miles of mountain as against, tho £1500 which the'' News ' says the Sbeey's Creel: cost. It wants to know what it...

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"JACK THE RIPPER." A GERMAN SPECIMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

'JACK THE RTPPEB.' A GERMAN SPECIMEN. In connection with tne outrages i^ Berlin, already cabled to 'The Herald, tbe Berlin correspondent of the Ix-u- don 'Dally Mail' wrote on 29th July: No trace has so far been discovered of tbe man who on Friday, within half an hour, attacked in a horrible manner three young children in different streets in tlie uorth-enst of Berlin. Each of his victims was stabbed in toe bother attack on a young child is . reported to-day. Useful dues are now in the hands of the police, owing to the intelligent description of the man fur nished by one of Friday's victims, who Is gradually recovering from her wowids. the child states that the man was decidedly superior to a workman in appearance, was slightly built aiul about twenty-fire years of age, bdu was wearing a well-made check suit Tbe child adds that she was carried In tbe man's arms through tbe entrance way to a tenement house towards a courtyard, where_be carefully lajd ber Uberatioa 7 ? ''' To-day's ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

The October jiumber ol ' The Loup Hand ' is a good issue, ami Australians should feel proud of .tlu'ir up-to-dute magazine. Kvery thing the.' Bnlictin ' takes in haiid is bound to h? a eucceBs. The array of stories and skefches-aro far and away above the average. Mr. W. Daniels, Temoi-a, N.S.W., Bays :— 'Some six months ago I vras very ill _ for nearly a^-eek \vith colio pains, suffering ?,.' great agony. Speaking to Sir. Rigney, one of the looal chemists, about it, he said Uo ?-_,.-? hnd a good remedy for mieh complaints. ? Leaving mo for a few minutes he returned _£!- with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Bemedy. After ?;. ??the: first dose I felt relieved, and in less t *;%haii 24 hours was completely cured. My * v daughter has also during . the last few 5b; .v-inon0isi)ecn similarly attacked, but a dose C-fc; 2of ? !: CJiamborlain'a Colio, Cholera, and' Ct{:ti.': Diairhpea Eemedy soon put her right. I v';c': *m npw: never \n'tfiout it in the house, and ],'...

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TWO EMPERORS. THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

TWO EMPERORS, THE KAISER. The meeting of the German Emperor and the Czar of Russia at Swinemunde leads the 'Dally Chronicle' to contrast tbe two men. 'On the one side we see the German Emperor,' says the OUrUUlLH;, LUll UL CUdft.V UllU Bt''- confidence, the hero of the greater part of his people, and In many ways the typical representallve of a great and right and rigorous life, moving freely and even restlessly about Ihe world, spending his laborious days openly in Ihe sight of all. His Intellectual Inter ests are intense and various. He Is equally ready to discourse on theology and education as ou the arts of politics and war. He will criticise an artist with as much knowledge and discrimi nation as he would criticise a general, and has been known to design pictures as well as campaigns. One may assume with fair reason that he has never hesi tated in his life either upon, a point of action or a question of opinion as to any subject In heaven or earth. THE CZAR. 'To meet this figur...

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HILL, CLARK & Co's REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

HILL, CLARK & Go's. REPORT. Hill, Clark ami Co report as follqws under date of October 5 : — Tallow.— Small supplies were/for ward. The market wasJower to tbe extent of 5s. per iou for prime and medium fallow, otlier classes met a firm 'fnarket. Hides. — Catalogues were ? of the usual size. We found iho market depressed ;ts far «b light weights were v' concerned. ' Mediums also met a j,,- ..weaker demand;' -rleii vies held their fc; vowu at. utiiRhnngecl priceti. Calf and ^HPP^h^«^«i.od6d-' for ? hghtrcon*. IliilpgPM^eavy weight butchers' ^|^^iet;.fi*1i!rhtly restricted . demand and ^Bfipii^fS for tlirsij were a trifle easier. W£ *hoco»iHtiuaot,tbu skins generally ,; TraSTfcry good, which tends to keep ; i. prices high. Maesupials. — Grey and rod kanga roos, also wiiliuroo-., ^mct a lower market. Scrnb and rook wnlluby were also ensier. Bear and swamp wallaby were at unchanged piiceB. Rabbit Skins. — Supplies are now sronlj consisting of tbiii-pelted sorts and poor inrs. We ...

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THE RUNNING OF THE BLOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

TOE iWWIMC-IH^^ ^.W. B. H0RRIS, BJX '; '?? John Pryde, late captain of the cargo :; tramp Europa, trading between Liver pool end American ports, Wt alone In UjeUtUe room much frequented of blue ' water skippers, off the bar of the. Red Uon, a moody look (which sat' 111 upon it) In his brown, bearded face. Fate, ^ In the shape of the American Civil War, * and consequent blockaded ports,- had dealt unkindly with him. The Europa had been paid off from lack of freight, and laid up in company with other un fortunates, some three months before, and there looked to him little chance of his finding his feet again upon her bridge for long enough to come. He was turning over idly a page of (he shipping news In the paper before him, when a small-spaced paragraph hidden away in a corner caught and fixed his attention:— 'Wanted, fully Qualified captain to take command of screw steamship. Must have had previous command in S.S. trading with American ports.— Apply personally, -with the usual certif...

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Commercial News. A. GRAHAM'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

^Commercial News. A. GRAHAM'S REPORT . A. Oraliam, austioneer, under date of October 9, reports as f ollowtt : — Eggs, 7d t» 7Jd dozen. Butter, lOd to 1b Id per ft. Jam, Wintle's, 6d to 7d a ljottlo. Honej', Is9d to 2s 71b. tin,-6dto7d ,i bottle. Peaches, Is a bottle. Pry apples, 4d lib. bags. «? JDrjppmg, 5d toOd. per ib. * Oranges, Is to Is 3d per quarter oaso. Mandarins, 3B4dto)s(Jd. ' Apples, 1b 3d to Is Cd. ' Loquats, 1« to Is 2d. ' :' 3Jemons, 8d to 9d per box. Cabbage, 2Jd to 4d eaeb. Cauliflowers 4d to 6d ' Swede turnips, 9d to lOd I ew-t. . Potatoes, prime, JOd to 1« ' Potatoes, seed, 2s ' Pumpkim, 3d to 5d each. Pineftppies, Is to 3s dozen. Fresh pork, Sd to 6d per B-, Bacon, 7d to 8d ' Heads, le to Is 3d. Com l)eef, 3d to 3Jd per lb. , Fowls, 2e 6d to 3s. Ducks, 3s Od to 4s. Wood (9 inch), 8b a load. Bark, Is 3d a sheet. Jam melons, 3a to 5s a dozen.

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THE KING. HIS RECORD SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

THE KING. HIS RECORD SHIR The officers and men of tho Drend nougut (writes the 'Dnil.v Mail,' of 6th August) may well be proud of tlie honor which uis Majesty (lie King yes terday paid to the crack ship of'tuc Royal Navy by going to sea in Iipi-. ?with the Queen and Royal Family, in order to witness her shooting. This is the uiol uujc tu uatoi uiatui^ II Jilt U Uniloll Sovereign has been present nt target practice, and 'such an innovation cannot but have the bappiest effect ou the Navy, as serving to prove Ills Majesty's deep Interest in tue zeal and efficiency of his fleet But, if the Dreadnought was highly honored, It must be added that she did her best to merit her distinction. Her self a record ship, lior gunners achieved a new record, and lowered every British and foreign figure for quick and accu rate shooting with the 12-indi gun. All the ten great steel 58-ton monsters which she carries wore not brought into play, but the two vrliich fired did admirably well. They sliot for ...

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FRUIT FLOWERS, AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

FBCiT. : FLOWERS, AK1- ? ELEGTHICIT*', r Experiments Id forcing fruit, vege tables-ana flowers by electricity-, have; begun at the Royal. Botanic Socjety's gardens In Regent's Park, under the direction of Mr B. H. Thwalte, F.C.S., a civil engineer. Mr Tnwalte holds that a plant requires tbe following things to force its growth:— Ample supply of .. Ttolet_. and chemically active rays pro-. jected from powerful and 'moving are lights, a suj-pty at electrorBtaUc current for the atmosphere and for the roots, an atmosphere; containing moisture and carbon dioxide in the, proportions com roon to most fertile countries, and at temperatures within the luftlts . of 70 deg. and 80 deg. 'Fahrenheit; an ieeal fer tilising agent, ample suppV of water for the roots.'. .. .All these requirements Mr Thwalte expects to get1 out of his jgas engine and dynamo. The heat developed by the former In driving the letter will be conducted by pipes to tbe glass house. The electric current, will produce the lig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 9 October 1907

iNEWfllSCfiWli? liifwilii§l ? '' . . \$^ewritMg^r ? ? '. - M. -'..'' — — ???? ? :'- ^ ^ MI^B ROSS desitis to jiiforin inhabitants o) Pictori and surrounding diEtri-a' thatt ;-he '^MJSTj&tONa1 has niSSf I5een''inftaflea i&nfcvfS:- 4-eiujg taughifjat *' Ahgvle ' ^SctpOL. ' . /? Bve^jr attention given; to students. T'' % Terms Moderate ;; * MISS BOSS; ''.''?'._?? v- ' ArgySs ' Scljbol, .. ' . Pioton. ' St. Joseph's Convent; .' ?' ;.-«sy;'^y- ? -??; -' :_/?' -?;. ...-?-.... _j.., 'T'HE Sis-ers prepare pnpHs for \ ? musioal ?«stuniuationsl practical and theoretical, piano, organ, and Biugiug. ' -I f-r., ??? -:\: ? '? / Private lessons given in painting, oils, - water? dbldni\ .poonah, mouo cbrome, charcoal, etc. Gopying from nature a special ity.v v . ?.; .. Also, fancy needlework . (neWest ?_'.*.. . desigps) including ijWiut, Sace, ribbon -.;'.'.?;? work, fish scale, straw work, poko, ?^ Moont Melleijlc, slmdoivwtnk, (paiuted : ?..???-. or plain}, OaiTiclfmacroBV.* '' ':...

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