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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

— — — — — =t^_ Court Uousp, Picton. ^* 21st October, 1907. * HPHB ANFCTA.L MEETING for the %- 1 considpration of AtJCTIOS- J\pr EBSS1 L1GENSSS -for tbe fcojice & Disfnct of Picton will tabddfit&e -i' ; COURT HOUSE, PiCTOS.DirTnw- ' 4 day, 26th Notch** r, 190Z, atJWiSh, 4ss W. G. GBIKIE, V.PM. \ * U ?k MISSION will be opened 4&«'^ M i\ Picton Catholic Chnri*-a»-ad - #1 ? wm

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

It your stomach 1b \reak7 ^nS^yiSU8 are suffering from indigestion, dbn$ mcnficeyourbctlUi and comfort TSai nU. the wholesome food iou want. Then take one of Dr Sheldon's Digestive TnWpn aftPT each meal. They digest your food, and thus mouriRh and build \ouup while the9 Klomaeli is reooxenng its naturnl tone Olitainablo from W J H Vicfcery, chemist, Pjoton. — (Advt}. HorneR for bip -money, cattle for sure money, but pigs tor quick money A Paikfol Swelling on any -part of ? tlie body will, if negleoted, «nd in some kind o£ sore suph as a boil ourbunde, uloer, abscess fistula, etc. To preient suah a result, apply I-r Sheldon's Magnetio Liniment This will rebeve the pain, draw out tlie inflammation, reduce the swelling, sad drive away the entire trouble. Accept no substitute. Pnoe la Dd and 3s Obtainable from W J H Viokery, ohenuBt, Picton —(Advt) i Mr.T McPhail has jnst retarned from a holiday in the Oowra district ' H-* expects to *esnme duty on the first of November.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Commercial News. A. GRAHAM'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

Commercial News. ' -? A. GRAHAM'S REPORT. ;?'. A. Graham, auationeer, under date o{ : October 23, reports as follows : — Eggs, 7d to 7£d dozen. Butter, lOd to Is Id per 1b. : ' Jam, Wintle's, 6d to 7d a bottle. Honey, Is 9d to 2a 71b. tin ;6d to 7d o bottle. Peaches, Is a bottle. Dry apples, 4d Hu. bags. Dripping, 5d to6d. per 16. Oranges, Is to Is 3d per quarter case. Mandarins, Is4dtols6d. ' Appleg, Is 3d to Is 6d. ' Loqunte, Is to Is 2d. ?' Lemons, 8d to 9d per box. Cabbage, 2Jd to 4d eaoh. Caulifiowers 4d to 6d -' -«. ^ Swede turnips, 9d to lOd i cwt. Potatoes, prune, JOd to Is ' Potatoes, seed, 2s ' Pumpkins, 3d to Sd eaoh. Pineapples, Is to 3s dozen. Fresh pork, 5d to 6d per ft. ?. B&oon, 7d to 8d ' Heads, Is to 1b 3d. Corn beef, 3d to 3Ad per 1b. Fowls, 2s 6d to 3s. Sucks, 3s 6d to 4s. Wood (9 inch), 8s a load. Bark, Is 3d a sheet. Jam melons, 3s to 5a a. dozen.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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MUTILAED MARE. INCIDENT AT GREAT WYRLEY RECALLS EDALJI CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

^p^ii^plilllif*i ;: iNCTDE^T AT GBEAT^wtisiEY 'A mare belonging to Mr --3art- wright,- of --3reat %rleyY fas5; been found suffering from a ^ wound in 'the abdomen .about ia t»Oot . long. A veUu^aiy^enrgsbri who^focamineiS the mare.- stated that the injury was more 'in the nature of a torn wound than one made -with .a knife -or any other sharp instrument; ; A cow that was ?» the same field had blood on its horns ; but it is described as a quiet beast, and it is not thought the blood has any con nection with tho injury to the ;,u6rse. . The police, although they aro mak ing inquiries into the case, believe the Injury was custained by accident, -and the same opinion ts generally .Mfirekt 'Wyriey. Stafforitshiiw. mi»~ lour years «go the scene, of a anm.! ?bjstciof :\ mutilations ;' of,,; ^psBeajand EdaJjl, ;*a yo^ag'6oficUtor^^B;tried,' convicted at Qaarter feasifoHsJ and sentenced to *^^*a^^»enM seryt? tnde on a charge of -feloniously wounding a horse on the night of l??th or 18t£ Augu...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAMDEN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

OAMDEN STOCK SALE. W. Larkin, autioneer, reports under date pi October 29 : — 50 mixed cattle were yarded for above sale. There was a good attendance but bidding was slack for nil classes except fat cattle. Stores of all descriptions arc dull of sale; Fin sold fairly well, no good quality porkern forward. — Light prime bullocks, £7 9s. to £8 7s. Fat heifers, £4 18s. to £6 12s. Springing cows, £3 15s. to £4 5s. xouug dry dairy cows to £3 \ Store oojrsj'fl Iqs. to £2 12s. i v 8tns.ll dairy -heifers to £1 15s. *** , Store pigs, 18s. 9d. to Us. 3d. ' Suckers, 4b. 3d. to 6s. 9d.

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MISER'S HOARD. LONELY OLD MAN'S LIFE. £1400 HIDDEN AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

;?. : misery h6ard. j ;| LONELY OLD MAN'S LIFB. 1 ?? . m*i» HIDDEW A WAY. ' A remarkable discovery has followed' the death .of an old man .named Geo. Keymer, who died on Saturday, 17th August, in a little- cottage at Where stead road, Ipswich. ' He was, says tba 'Ipswich Star,' for merly a. miner ln Anotralla. . On week days be ' usually appealed ; In. very poverty-stricken eppareJ, and was living In a cottage in a court without any fur niture in tbe bouse, cave a bedstead ana bedding, one table, and two or tares boxes. He was known to be possessed of considerable means. Rumor had it that the old man was worth L4000. Any how, he had been beard to say to some of fala neighbors, 'I may look shabby, but I have got plenty of money.' Being a bachelor alibis life Keymer was quite alone In the tiny cottage in which b» lived, He appeared to have done everything for himself, even wash ing his own blankets and ehlrta. When he was found on Thursday last on the floor of his bedroom in a fit it ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HILL, CLARK & Co. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

HILL, CLARK & Co's. REPORT. Hill, Clarlr and Co. report as follows nmlk-i- date of October 26 : — TaIiIjow. — The market opened with a strung deninnd for all descriptions, good clenranc-s being effected at ? ' prices 10s. to 1 j--. per tou higbei1 than last week. Hides. — Moderate supplies were submitted. The market was decided ly... better for all weights. Lights shared in a better enquiry, prices bting |d. to ?d. higher, good clear ances being effected. Sheep Skins.— Light conditioned . fnll wools held their own and sold well np to last week's figures. Heavy . ? weiglitB, also shovts and station lots met -i weaker market, prices dropped a full £d» per 1b. The present indica tions point to a weaker market and possibly still lower v.-iluesv Shorn . pelts met a quiet market, couipetittou being dull and the market has every appearance of going lower Marsupials. — The usual fortnightly sales took plti.ee this week. Grey kangaroo met a better market, reds, wallaroos Hitd wallaby...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

'. ?' DisoEDfcRS or the Stomach ..'.?? Ate responsible for nine-tentlis of the ills ???-???. that human flajlns heir to. If you keep your stomach right, you can be pretty sure of good health. Cure your stomach, and yon cure the rest. Get it in good condition) and ;/? keep it so, and you will be able to atop all the dosing and physicking that Beams 60 necessary to you now. There is only --,no way to accomplish this purpose, and that is ih ensue the digestion of the food you eat. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tablets represent the natural juices of digestion as they exist Jn a healthy stomach, combined with tonio ,and reoonstruotive properties. They actually do the work of the stomach, and . enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and become strong and well. In fact, under . their influence a man forgets he ever had a Btomach. He .again becomes a good fellow, and a man among, men. Obtainable from W, 3. H. Viokery, chemist, Pioton. — (Advt). . A sluggish liver (gives rise to biliousnes. heada...

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RATS IN HAMLETS COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

BATS IN HAMLETS COOTTTttV. Rats must be a great nuisance in Den mark, for the British Consul at;Copen hagen reports that a law 'relfttlf^; to their extermination has been pissed, And ' the Danish Government has' 'allocated the sum of L4276, to be used during ' three yeare for this purpose. It Is, how ever, on condition tbat an organisation which has already been formed for the ' extermination of rats, shall spend an amount of L1666 during the three years for -the same purpose. This BUI was be fore the Rtgsdag several years ago, and at that time it was proposed that the money should, be spent in payment of premium of 10- ore (l%d) for every rat killed and produced! In the meantime, however, a Danish patent rat-destroyer has been invented, and in the law It Is stipulated that part of tbe grant shall be used on tbe Government properties ana domains In experimenting with , remedies which may be found suitable (so writes the 'Westminster' Gazette').

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A FRENCH OSTRICH FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

A FRENCH OBTRIOH FABM. Some Interesting fads have been pub lished concerning the success of the ex perimental ostrich farm started two Tears ago near .Nice. There jwere orl glnaUy thirty-two birds — twiBnty-ave Is said to average mieeWMii:ijer annum, while the average value of * set of plumesis given as £40, and the ave rage life -of tea ostrich is estimated at eighty years. If this be ao. It would seem that the Mtai ras found the new Industry for which His looking, and that oEtrlch-f ermine Is' the Tenpedy tor Yltlcultutal distress : f, ? ;v ;.™ -;;*1 ?

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A LONDON HOSPITAL SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

A tONDON HOSPITAL SCENE. A glimpse of the consulting room of a throat and ear surgeon in one of the great London hospitals is like one of H. G. Wells'a visions of the future. The surgeon and his white-clad assistants, with, electric lamps strayed on their foreheads, the twelve j^si^bableE, each with its seated patierits*ii& its burden of gas Jets, and electric ' lights end steaming coper vessels, make a picture as impressive in Its way as a medieval sorcerer's den. But it is all the baldest commonplace to the fidgeting circle of Bast Enders, possessed neither with ap prehension nor wonder, but a faint re sentment at being 'kep' waltin'.'

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THE PEASANTS REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

THE PEASANT'S REVENGE. A young peasant named SUvestri, aged twenty, living near Fondi, in the South of Italy, took a terrible revenge on 20th August, on a girl named Ungar ellai who had rejected him. After fastening tbe door of the cottage where the girl lived, so that the occupants could not get out, be set the building alight Besides the girl, her sister, mother, aunt, and cousin were Inside at the time. Their shrieks brought a number of peasants to the spot, but SUvestri stationed himself in front of the cottage with 'a run and threatened to shoot anyone who attempted to res cue tbe women. One man who paid no attention to the threat and approached the cottage was shot dead by Silverstrl Tbe cottage was gutted and all the women burned to death.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

IMML hbsbwb i iCHr?r»)c \irui(?i/\r ™e whisky that E|=r ^ UbntiHS WHISKY. ? ?«^«u»*-ni ,

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SLAVERY OF CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

SLAVERY OF COSVEHTIOK. Conventionalism has spread its swW In the community^criorinousjyduringihe' 3-ast Btty 'yearsy^fVie moment ail among us who -Mm- to be socially re spectable are under Its control. We move ln flocks, think in Socks, act In flocks, and are at all times, thereTai-e, governed by the .conventionalism which the flock affects.. To depart in the very slightest from the strictly con ventional Is an unpardonable offence.— 'Truth.' -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

IP, S. Horniman. Dental Surgeon : ?'.* ~\ of 181 Macquarie Street, City, may be consulted at his residence 'Linden' : next door to the Protestant Hal], ? Menangle Street, Ficton. REAL STYLE SUITS. Perfect in every way to measnre. Fit. comfort, elegance, style, wear. Handsome new seasons suitings aud trouserings. A great variety of faDcy vestings. FRANK STOTT, PRACTICAL TAILOB, ^ ARGYLE-STREET, right opposite Mr. Deritt'a Hotel.

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EXCLUSIVE EUROPEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

EXOXtTSIVE EUROPEANS. Rightly, oi\.. wrongly, Eurppcan puii lic opinion put hero holds thai there thouW not be too much- social inter course between the races. -The Euro pean . has pno club and tbe Asiatic another, Not .the possession at. mil lions, the title ot Maharajah, or the' friendsWp i«ttie' taiig couia taVe an Aslatia -«*cross~the portals of the Bombay Yacht Club.—'; Fiuang ,C,a rettc,' ' ' - ? ?' ??.?-??? - ??.-*--..

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THINGS I THINK ABOUT. TALES OF MY LANDLADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

THIHCS I THINK ABOUT TALES OB1 MY lAKDIJUyr. : Land Indies ar* nearly as unpopular as mothers-in-law. At this moment the, shores of England are black with holi day makers who hate their landladies. No one ever says a good word for these enemies of the human race. When we return from our holiday we tell each other doleful tales of our landlady. She could not be blacker than we paint her, and we are never tired of dwelling upon her cupidity and her Ingenious avarice. WhDe we llys under her roof we fawn upon .her and flatter her. We write hypocritcal epitaphs in her Visitors' Book and as we shake hands with her we tejl her that we have never been so happy, and we vow to come back next year. Bat our gratitude is feigned and eur vows are false. We praise her to her face, and we abuse her behind her back. Oof landlady la not deceived by our duplicity, for she Is the finest eaves dropper in the world, and we may be sure that she has overheard all our fiTUmbllrurs. Indeed, if we ate experi ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JAPAN AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

JAPA1T AND AMERICA. One reason for thinking that war may occur (between Japan and America) U the abundance Of pacific profensijnn made -on both sides. The Japanese, stin Imbued witn the enthusiasm xtf their victory over the Russians, are in admir able training, are vibrating with patriotism and military .ardour. The Americana, on the other hand, relaxed by long yean of unparalleled pros perity, appear somewhat lacking In tho Intense energy which Mr Roosevelt has so often , vaunted.— 'Libre Parole.' Paris. ?*? ? ' t--

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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POULTRY. SHADE AND SHELTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

POULTRY. SHADE AND SHELTER. Whether it be in the heat of our Australian summer or in the com paratively cold period of our winter, it is of tho utmost importance: that poultry should be amply protected from extremes of temperature. Fre quently the average poultry-keeper fails to observe the influence that sudden climatic variation has upon his flock, but the expert quickly re cognises the effect of temperature, and accordingly provides against ex tremes. ' ^ . ,. .' :.:,vv ?:, ''i'-e^'K ,.-'r-'t We have only got to -vta'dy ' ' fas fowls when it is upwards of a hun dred or over in the shade They will not then frequent the middle of a paddock, though food may bo plentiful there. On the contrary, they will be found besido a hedge, stack, house, or any conveniently situated large trees. This indicates that they do not relish the direct rays of a fierce sun, and consequent ly if natural shade on the farm is lacking, then we must by all means provide artificial shade. In winter, on the ot...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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TRADE ROMANCE. A WORLD-FAMED SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 30 October 1907

TRADE BOMAJf OE. A WORLD-FAMED SHOP. One of the romances of city trade was mentioned at a lunch given on August 16th to celebrate the incorporation cf iBenetfink's, of Cbeapglde, with Gam age's, of Holborn. The founder of Benetflnk's was a foundling who got hlo name te:ause in 1816 he was found deserted on the steps of St Benetflnk's Church. When old enough he was apprenticed to tbe iron mongery business. For some years be was with Deans, of London bridge. In 1844 Benetftnk's came Into existence. The foundling was then twenty-eight. Mr Benetfink died ln 1869. after hav ing made bis shop famed throughout Europe, and afterwards it was carried on by Mr George Evans, who was suc ceeded by Mr Albert 'Evans, and Mr Ebeneger Ekelt. Now, Mr A. W. Gam age has secured a great Interest in tbe business, and in a few months the amal gamatlOD of the two. firms will be com plete, though both names will be re tained. It will be Gamase's in Holborn, Benet fink's ln Cheapslde, control being exer cise...

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