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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

[?] Advertise in ??' - ' - ? : :^| :-4 The Pipton Post. :gjf j The Picton 'Post is the Bert i ; Paper circulating throughout 7- , the WollondUly Electorate and ?% Shire, and Oamden Electb- ate. , is

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

OF ALL CHEMISTS & STOREKEEPERS. fc ?.. .?? ?? :??? LJ5b 'WIN JENNIE ^«tta^^^^^f.^^i

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

CITY PHOKOGRAPH -PARLOURS. B8» PITT ST.,STDNEr. O!FP. BQXAfc JlECADE DEALERS IK CEHU1NE EDleoK^EODCCTS. w» stock Gixmapboue*, NenphonM, Pboncgrapbt ?ad all Talking iUcbiijM. , Alto Ediun Gold Moulded Becordi and Diic Bcoords o( all po]iu lv inakei. A fresh cuvjtly of Cylinder nndUiin monthly. Send toot lugwrs.. OnfclinrgMare moderate. Workmanship guaranteed. WE ARE PHONO EXPERTS. VTrJ te to tu. The LONE HAND. THE AUSTRALIAN rUOAZINE. An expression of patriotism with out party feeling. Of romance and sentiment without pessimism. Of art and letters without preju dice. Tbe BEST SHILLINGS' ? WORTH IN THE WORLD. Subscribe direct to the office, or to your nearest news agent. OFFICE: 314 George St. Sydney. NS.W. OPPOSITE CENTRM. RAILWAY STATION. The GRAND HOTEL. . 819 dEOROE ST. SOUTH. First-class accommodation. Terms moderate. Every convenience lor coun visitors. One trial will suffice. WINES & SPIEITS of the BEST BRANDS RICHARD CMUT. PROPRIETOR. CRieKET ! ! t TRUMPER & CA...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

aA.Ner muet ink* lih goods to tha buyer, or bring the buyer to the foods. HemuBthawk, or advertise J11 «omei«hape'or form —Advertise v In The Picton Post.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Postal. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

Postal. Mails close for Sydney at 2.15 p.m. ; &nd at 9.30 p.m. for Sydney, Gvaimlle ?Campbelltown, Douglas i'ark, Men anglo, Glen Hill, The Oaks, Nattai .. River, Upper Burragomng wnd Yei* rauderie. Bargo mail closes at 11 45 a m. - The penny DOBtHEV area pmllrn/-ps ;?'-?. the following towiix : - Appin, Briu / gelly, Brownlow Hill, Camden, Cob bitty, Douglas Park, Ecln-sltij, Glen ;: . field, Greendale,Hol-lswoifhy, Hoxton .Park, Inglebum, Lndilnih«m, Men angle, Minto, Mt. Huntei, Mulgoa, : ; ' Karelian, Tbe Oaks, Fictlni, Prestons, Thirlmere, Wallace, Wtroiubi, Wilton, ;' ' Campbelltown, Catantct, . .ossmore, - andMaldon. Oatrfde thts-e distances ]i; the postage is 2d per half onuce.

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN? [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

V7PAT DOES XT KEJJTT A powerTul man, brought np recently for '-dranke&iiesB, sought to defend him self 6y stating, 'flHie trnUi was he tohna the policeman ioorting a cook In a doorway, and because he winiked the officer :;ajTested him.' ; It does sound ttmpttcialed, doesirtit? But It- migbt JV-wvLn^.j0up^ru.BuiK me jjuuu»lltt|l BUD happened across the inan courting, a powerful cook 3a a doorway, and ahe bad winked; or, fignve the cook catching the^pollcehiao in a conrt and the floor wayVwinked' powerfnDy; or imagine the wink powerfcuiy arresUng tbe' Ipotlcenian cooking ihe inan?— ilanches- te ^^eddy. ?BttSge£?;-t;f ?-*;''' '?,??,: .'*^ ? .. ?.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

; F. S. Horniman. ? :o: ? Dental Surgeon of 181 McQnarie Street, City, may , be consulted at his residence 'Linden' next door t-o the Protestant Hall, Menangle Street, Picton. HOURS Mouday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday ' ' Friday . ' ' Saturday ' ' and at other bom's bj appointmcDt. 1 REAL STYLE SUITS. lu Perfect in every way to measure. B|j. ' Fit. comfort, elegance, style, wear. ?jj- ,v HftDdsome nen- seosons suitings aud trouserings: ?f^y A great variety of faucy vestings. P FRANK STOTT, m&i PRACTICAL TAILOR, I*.. ARGYLE-STREET, right opposite Mr. Devitt's Hotel. IU Pictott Post. Wkdmsoav, Octobkk 10, !9O7. '

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BEEKEEPER. THE BEST HONEY BEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

MlWll^iRi [?] In . the course of an interesting 'article on the different races of bees now being fanned in ihe^tJifltea States.it. D.auff ma^jn the 'Michigan Fanner,' writes: Ftrst, we;;have the common little American black bees, which were brought here from Germany, and which are supposed to have originated In Africa. These are our common blacks which almost every bee-keeper is trying to get rid of, and which 'everyone's bees are bound to be crossed with to some extent unless thej utmost vigilance 1b exercised in the mating of the -queens. The people at the Michigan Agricultural College a few years ago, went so far as to re-queen, free of charge, the bees of every farmer who lived anywhere near the college, with pure Italian stock in order to be able to mate queens on the college grounds without their meeting black drones. Common black bees are a very easy prey to the bee moth, as well as to foul or black brood. They are sure to be found dead In the Spring if the. combs get the le...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

fc 1 fREOJCiJJD IklPiUP.. ^feSSi!.-'.' . , ' ''?'?' : ': '?'-' «iSS«iRBrfe«t;.--l)LTIMb. '??:? ? ; »j:;, . ?'-..? :' -;:-;-n.-v: -^. .», ? ,? ; ;-ydwev.- SS- . UwiJirenieiits. consult the Australian XI. &JJ5. - '- ? -. ? . Hacperts, Ife 1 RUA1PER & CARTER, gltr 1-4 Market-street. Sydney. ® : ' 'Practice Bats. 5/6: Match Bats. 8/6, 10/6 1I2/G fi* . . Match Balls, 4/3. £'?£'.- ' Corrcspomlence promptly attended to :?*.??-' ? ? ? ? g ?;? ;- . - — ? ? — — ? — ? jpj|r ' ? FRUIT TREES, SK3UBS. flRHAKIHTAL TREES. ris-7', Moses, Palms, Ferns, and all Flowering Jlv- ' , I'l.'inls always Clieapest and Best at— ' gi GULAUANUR5ERY, DRUJKMOYNE U-fi, . ' '- - l'lease sen'il for 'J ?talogue to City Depot— |p|fe. i ,, . . ,:.?; E. AJM^ JfoW. 5W .Sydney. - , ; M^Vi : FRECKLES ABSOLDTELY CORED ?- %?-. IN THREE WEEKS. i^J- 1 horougUly ttsle.3 in London's Leading ii:j '' ?'.' . Massnge Parlours. . jfe'.'' - ' N'najcrims TeslimoniBU, including &--? ihoeefrom Nurse Ross, Sydney Ho...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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A FEEDING-RACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

' A : FEEDHTG-ILAGK. A serviceable feeding-rack, shown in 'the Illustration, is .designed to prevent waste of feed given to poultry and to keep water from being soileJ. It ccn slsts (according te the 'American Agri culturist') of a crate and a base tray of any desired size. The tray has two cross pieces beneath to prevent warp ing and a rim of 2-lnch stuff. The crate is made ot lath, say lft long, hailed to a. top consisting ot a board 1-lnch thi?k and a base frame of -wood 1% by % or %. The cover may or may not have the hinged trap door, a* shown to the draw ring. : Water or teed, or both, may be, set under the crate without fear of loss W'poVuHoiixn';,^ ?::£??, *?:{? -;-::- .'/ ?'. - . ?

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WORTH THE RISK. CASHIER'S REMARKABLE COMMENT WHEN ARRESTED FOR THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

WORTH THE RISK. CASHIERS REMARKABLE COM ,%ENT WaStr ABRESTiBQ, FOR . ^'1- have ;been expecting ;th!s,' said Percy Fergusonf when he was arrested In Brixton road on 2nd August. i*Theyj have been a long time making up their' minds. It was worth' theMsiL' 1 would risk It again. You may. put that down if you like.' .'_ _v ' Ftergoson has been in the employ of the American Express Co. in the Hay market, for. about ten years as. cashier, it was his duty to pay money and cheques Into the St. James's branch ot land. On 17th Jnly he went out as usual, to luncheon -and -never returned. He afterwards wrote to the manager staling : that he had stolen about L.160, ond lost it in gambling. When the books- were examined, it was found that the priso ner's estimate of the deficiency 'was correct. ... . . '.' ?' ? ? ? . r. ' .. This was the , story to'd at; Fow street, when he stood charged, with th: theft, and pleaded 'Guilty.' Sir Albert de Rutssen said it was a lamentable thing to see a man in the...

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Shearing in the Argentine. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

m£Si~Pf&:'::-:'. j;' jtoirfae in «» A»«iii». ? Kfe-i: ? ?????- Shearingmachuies are largely employed pfe 'W^J^*^«»e. Average taSesJiebe Wk 5 S--.i*??-:'S^'?' *« «»y- *- tbe days Mkz S-.r.t'^She'itiknd Aear the tallies average ^pt' ?*&?&£&&*&? '.- ^'1*» »«Jprity.. «jf Aigentlne' K^- l^^^^?S^^S«*eW^'canght-*na ^K55 1' ml0&*^&^'*t-tiaatit pen,-»na'then', ^P%.^i^i^'»aWr*t «» ra^ otlte to Wper^M1 Woridpe houxs kr? 1ftm &r& 16 date with two abort breaks lor. ineals. Twelve .-litfur^%-'.!iaygdi^ia^ ^Ito^nc^ct'i^'IAxW ,ge^t^;-.;JdiiBin^'gY:'r^^M^^a^t:L^ authentic one:— For rOBnaiag up.yara ing, shearing; rolling :*nij ^rfing, class ing and baling from the time the febeep leaves -fhe 'paoaoclr'iinai* the ;-robl is found, naiea on the cart, exclusive only of the food the men consume, l?s per 100. This quotation's from a property where from 10 tog© tons pf wool are shorn and baled per day. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOSHIDO IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

BUSHIDO IN DANGER. The world to-dsy sees no ond of won der in the Bushido. This ljushido, it should be remembered, is- the legacy of the moral education of j-ore. now in the hands of our elderly generation. With the completion ot tne school, system and parentp more and more Inclined to leave ; the education of Uieir' children entirely 1 to the schools, there is an apparent dan ger of the prp.clous lesracy of old Japan ' being -neglected smdf forgotten. The ; prospect is a very jserious one. — 'Japan Xfmes,' Tokio. ' u ^ . . .

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAIRY. BREEDING FOR IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

THE DAIRY. BREEDING FOB IMPROVEMEKT. The breeding up of the dairy herd Is, perhaps, the most vital .question In dairying to-day. The mill yield of a cow depends chiefly on her Inherent milk-yielding capacity. This is an here ditary quality, and, such being the case, the milk-yielding capacity of a herd of dairy cows (says a writer in the 'Can- ada Farmer') can largely be increased by careful selection and breeding. In herds where a large milk yield is desir able, special attention, must be paid to using in the herd only those heifers which have been bred from the best cows of deep-milking qualities. . .The 1 orinftd «owS' should on no account tie retained, as they ?will have Inherited the qualities of their mothers. When we consider that many of our dairy cowb yield only 1601b. of commercial butter, per nn^nn, while cows on the same pas ture are yielding up to 4001b. of com mercial butter, you will readily under stand the possibilities that exist to. grade up the dairy, herd. The fa...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

wit ak§ muu Old Beau: I want jiji cnsagcmci!; j-luj. Jeweller: Solid or plalcdv Old l:esu : \V- I a plated one last lor six ir.on:iis.' Je.-.cllc.-: Jli, -es. Old Beau: Well, that »i:l Uo. My en gagements only average throe uicnths. Patience: 'That girl that coes about wits n anchor embroidered on tbe sfeeve of Ler Jacket, is she a yachtswoman?' P.-.u:c : ;c'Not at all.' -Why the ancbor, ihen?' On, you knoir, an anchor Is the symb.l of nope.' He: Wual would your father do If I toll him I wanted to many you! Sbe: He'd rtlcr tne matter to me. He thopefullyi: And wliat would you do? She I'd refer Hie matter lo* lue young man who proposed (o me iud »«3 accepted while you wore tiyins to mate uu your mind. ? i Two smart young J^sndoners once nccrslel a respectable-looking shepherd in Argyi; witi : iou have a very fine view here— v;u' tan eoo a great way.' 'Vu uy, yu cy. a 'letty great way. 'Ah! you can tee Aiucrwca htm Sere. ?J presume?' 'J.-arrar tlian tli&i. ' Yt-u --s- 1 wait t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPROVED TURNIP-CUTTER [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

IMPROVED TURNIP-CUTTER. An improved root cutter has been In vented in England. It is fitted with a new safety .feed, which should effectu ally prevent the many serious accidents that have resulted in attempting to set tbe roots free with fork or the fingers. This new addition consists of a selfact Ing feeder In the form of an osculating bar, which is put in motion at every turn of the handle. The roots, are thus prevented from Jamming, lodging, or dancing when passing from the top hop per to the catang side of the barret

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

USEFUL HINTS.;. ' . „ .' % A grease spot on a woollen garment *' can be removed by rubbing quickly and vigorously with a coarse dry towel. 's Heat a lemon thoroughly before '* squeezing, and you will obtain nearly - ,-. double the quantity of Juice that yau *' would if it had not been heated. To clean ostrich feathers cover them with a paste made of pipeclay and water, rubbing them only one way. * When dry, shake, to free them from '?: the powder, and then curl them with a ' ', bone or silver knife. - ? -'. If water is split accidentally on the '& cavers of a book bound In cloth, the 1= moisture should be absorbed by means 'i of a piece of blotting-paper, and tha 1 fcook placed in the air to dry. On no ,'a account should the volume be placaj 3 near the fire. 3 Waxed thread is better than ordinary M cotton for sewlne- nn- bont hnl-tnna a 191 piece of cobbler's wax can, however, be used as an alternative, the ordinary waxed thread being pulled once or twice ; -1' across' the w...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUDE RIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

%0M$^Mm&% A ^ A TOrreSponflent present WOlympta. comments oathe gauche behavior ot some of the riders In the presence ot the Royal visitors: n 'Shall we set U ?down to nervooBntss, lack of presence of mind, or of knowieage, of the right thing to do? There were thbasaridfi of cyra -whh-iiiihj;, ..ftuu. great uisappouli ineut caused by at least half the riders ' not raising their ials' to the Queens, j Notable . exceptions were Mrs WBride ? and lieutenant Daufresne, of Belgium, j the latter, when he, gave his. military i salute, .Reeling his beanSfnl mate tight rounn to face the Royal box, amid cheers of general appreciation.*'— ?'Westminster Qaeette.' .

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LADIES COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

THE USIES C0LOMH. | EOMEL? FARE. ' j Fruit'EljoHca'ke. -^Required : Thiee -'Sg6, tbeir weight in 'r,uti«r. sugar, ni .flour, tekspoonful of baking powder, cream, maraschino, and fruit. Make a .- light cake -mixture with the weight of the eggs in flour, sugar, and butler, adding the baking powder to the flour. Bake it 'in shallow r-uind tins and leave till cold. Slash som-s. good fruit with a little Eugar, spnniue witn maraschino liqueur, ' spread a layer of them on one of the oakts. and cover lightly .jvlih thickly ?-v/iippi'd Cieam, place another cake over the fruit sandwich fashion, then repeat the layers, add another cake and finish with fruit and cream. Cut the cake Into pieces cf a nice size l.efoie serving. Timbale of Banana.— Required: One pint of lemon jelly, two or ' tb'r:c bananas, one gill of cream, thoppei pistachio nuts, a little rum and sherry. Line a fancy jelly mould with v.e'.i fiavored lemon jelly, cut the baninas In slices and fill up all round, leaving tli* ~'i c...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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SHE WAS NOT IN IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 16 October 1907

SHE WAS NOT IN IT. i Old Uncle Jacob was walking ma jestically up and down the village street dressed in 'his Sunday suit. ' 'Hallo, Uncle J-\cob,' cried one of his neighbours, 'are you having a ho liday?'' . , 'Yes, I am,' Replied Uncle Jacob, proudly, 'nm celebrating my golden wedding.' . , , 'Then why 'sn't your wife celebrat -i«g it with you?'' said the anan. /'She ain't got aught to do with it,'1 replied Uncle Jacob indignantly. 'She16ithe fourth.'/ . ? ,

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