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AN OBSCURE CONVERSATIONALIST. OF THE OLD STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

[?] WS^ -/%: '? P^F ?'SSEimji^oGk:'-- ' r. : v 4* : - that' queer-^came of catching cold at J that there fnneral. I've been ewor ?'~ -jm &tye -*°ufc ?': yon, ,. lass— I mean flnsiam-T^orll've iuuTa,' dream as I ^iSn't 'all like . X-dreamt as I ^wai , up- in. Heaven along of ithe Great White Throne, and a golden sun, and all the holy angels a-harping and a ; singing moet vigorous. My blessed .mother was there, and Mies Adams, and my niece' Nellie, and the Beyer end ' Walker. Don't yon know the Reverend ? Walker— the vicar of AM Saintfi*' whl»m T tm urlian TV rein 9 T : -like Jittle flralker-at least, what there, is of him to like, for I wish he was bigger. .Well, everyone was * ;larger than life -there, and golden - : crowns on their heads ; but I missed some of you sadly, and I looked V. round and says' to myself :' Mrs ' Nevinson ain't 'ere* ; so I am. glad, ;.l so to eay, aa 'ant,' as you're still ;':.. ' . .safe. _ ? . '? , , JJeen abroad, 'aye you ? Oh ! t- - well, as I ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

When yMr digestion w out v of 'aHfobji Dr.Sheldon'eDiKWtiveiibiJeeaiZv .fJ.I-ii. Sheldon's -Hew^j^fw^gr^&^B chemist, Picton. — (Advt.J:;?4 ' A75??:--\ A;--Tl||I -One handred natives in the island '\ ;.#II| of Florel, Malay Archipelago, mas- -(rfjj§ sacred an armed police patrol and '?''?*&&& i9*neh: _T_ ? ::;;T-^4^ The shearers and the family at ' Mr. P. Hogoo'e homestead, Walcha, were taken snddenly ill through poisoning.. Mr. F. Hogno dim}, and Mrs. Hogno is said to be dying. Others are still very bad. Amobof 635 head of cattle ar rived at Gunnedah last week from. * * * Wee Waa, en ronte fpr- Walcha. ^ „? They were driven to Noggabri re- X serve, - we jniles from the jt«fR«1, and „ 5g camped there forite *igh^#«L,*he jfe following mornl&g^8S '?.?w^fo^L ' *''; ^rgg iumably taring tKistles after kli^it ^*5 shower of rain The Iobs fe- ihe owner ie roughly estimated at £*m. ' ^ ?.-?? Printing of all kinds done promptly in a workmanlike manner at...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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DANGEROUS BURGLARS. TWO FRENCHMEN'S EXPLOIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

[?] [?] 3 Tisp \Prjettchmen, named William P«tre and Erniie taurent we're founa guilty nt Clerkenwell Sessions yesterday (29th of August) of having committed a burglary at a flat In feeatons Mansions, Shaftes bury Avenue, on 17th August. In the absence of the prosecutor, the prisoners and another man, having pro vided themselves with -a bunch of well made skelton keys, went to the flat. The door had two locks, and one was undone ' moved, and so the men forced open the ? door with a Jemmy. Petre acted as scout while the other ! men went inside, forced open a desk, and 1 rummaged among some papers. At. that moment, the prosecutor returned, and . Betre signalled to his 'accomplices by i ringing the electric bell. Laurent and : the other man thereupon came rushing ou.t, and all escaped Into the street. | . xne prosecutor signalled to Police Constable Saunders, and be chased Lau rent Into New Compton street. On the . way Laurent threw away fifteen skele | ton keys, and after being seized...

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MANURING OF CABBAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

MAKtraiHG 6v CABBAGES. . Trials made by the Cockle Fork Ex perimental Station, writes the 'Mark ! lane Express' of 19th August, to aseer- | tain .the best system of applying dung and fertilisers for' the cultivation of cabbages, show that the best results arc produced by a combination of dung and a complete fertiliser. In the composi tion of the complete fertiliser It -would appear -that nitrogen in, tbe form of nitrate of soaa is better. than as sul- , phate of ammonia; that slag does not answer ^quite ; as well ias sunerphos- ! phEite; that muriate of potash is better ' than sulphate of potash, and that when ' dung Is used nitrogen or potash can be pmitteawithlless advantage thanphps-' SfWa^'v-'.-'^ V;'..' :??. :?;?.';? ,-;.- ? '-??'?,: ???' ? j ?/^^-fei^pferlmeiits Ji^ye ipt^been car-' ileSi :^-ii /lone .'-%wiii6WM- -ieid jresiilte ^tiich-?canvt)e regarded as contlusive, ?toa: rJfh^*are therefore being contlnuefl ihl8 year. In the jrieanUrae, it Is bus gefed;:that a 'good 'dressi...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

1 ? .' ? : ..-vM'^glE'-- - - Tag LfcTBsi'°*^p^t-'.BK8i '? Somedy for chest ci-jnpliiais ia' Dr, Sheldon's JJeiypisooyery fov oanghs, ' oolde and oonsnmption. It cures when 'all ftlse laOg. erioe, is.^. and 3s. i Obtatuable from W. J. H. Viekery»l chemist, Picton,— (Advt.) J i'

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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A LINKMAN'S LETTER. STILL SADLY REFLECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

-.'-???-.?'??^:':,: ..-:?-: ??v^'*-;-y-'-~-~, .??'.'.-.??.?'?.i..-!,-a * BTTEL S^LT BEFLEeTtVii: ^ 'Marmaduke' philosophises pensively ta-li-aapn'H*i33rath*-jiT ' : T.ii i'1 ;; 'A Thefe'is no good oyer foiiy,^ Aiaor IJady Betty, and no- bad over Toriy thousand -a year. The generation that has adopted the lormnla has to reconstruct the whole system; ours is, therefore, the 'Quick- Change' Age— especially in England. The New HnsnlfnJIti- ho» Its ntrn run. ditions— they are stated In the follow ing 'Regulations' which have been pre pared for the guests at a well-known country bouse:— ! . 'REGULATIONS.' L It Is strictly forbidden to play 'Bridge' In the bath-room. I 2. Visitors desiring to take away any valuable other than their own -property must give forty-eight hours' notice of their intention to the host. S. No young married woman allowed in the smoking-room unless under proper ' control. . ' i. Visitors are particularly requested not to fee the host. E. The host Is open to enter in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

E. E. HiU, Bridgetown, W. A., write* :— ' From pencnal «nuun» I «u- testify to theeffloaoyofChflmbetlaia'sOougliRemedy. Last winter I jrat troubled with* verr tad ' oough, and tried dwrnbedaia'a Cough Remedy, whiohoniokly cured me. Notr 1 .Tajep*. bottle on hand, and take a dose at the first Symptom of -a oold, and have neror .mnoe had »oold or cough.' For sale by C. H. PioItMd, Kotbn and Thirlmens.— {Advt.)

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AN ACCOMPLISHED MUSICIAN. DR. F. OSMOND CARR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

AN ACCOMPLISHED MUSICIAN. DR. F. OSMOND CARB. One of the mast accomplished nml thorough of British musicians is Dr. Frank Osmond Carr, cbmpos«r of Vladi mir, His Excellency, in which he had thu distinguished company of Sir W. S. Gilbert as librettist, jtud inauy other successful musical pieces, amongst the more recent bcinp the flue Sir Roger de Covcrley ballet at the Empire, Leicester Souare. A Yorksuireiu.in bv birth. Dr. Can- really belongs to tho Kerrs of Jed burgh. Hie brand) of this eminent family of erstwhile Bonier thleres, cut throats ,and rovers, however, was 'oul' in the *' '45/' and the survivors settled In Yorkshire, changing their name to its present form, not so much for purposes of concealment, as because they . grew tired or continually ngating Englishmen who would pronounce their name like that of o«log of no particular pedigree. Pn&Lof -these Cam, by 'the s'way, Jjeca'me Ix-rd Mayor of Kprk, JMie: jwesent re pretseritative 3s a^ blfe, ^trongiy-ljiBilt1' ma...

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WHY HE TREMBLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

?WHY HE TREMBLED. A detachment of British soldiers were about to attack a tribe of Indian Dacolts who awaited them drawn up In battle order. A seasoned old sergeant of the British force no ticed a young soldier fresh -from hotn* visibly effected by the nearness of the coming fight Bis face was pale. Us teeth chattered, and his knees Bow and then smote each other. It wag sheer nervousness, but the sergeant tbeutit It was downright 'funk.' 'O'Yaugncy.7 he whispered, 'is It trimblln' ye are tor yer own dirty .-skin.'r' - 'N-nn, eergint' replied (Taugbey, mating a brave attempt to anil htt shaking limbs and perpetrate a Joke at the same time. '0Tm trimblln1 Car the Jntmy. They don't know O'?augbey'i here.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

JttJNT MIIRYfS BAKING POWDER IS HBSOLDTELY THE BEST. BAKING TOWUER ^ : IS HBS49LOTELY THE BEST, ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

?new oisgoveryI :. . . v- Tpto0m;-xy. *-?-£?? M: ? ; Borsale by W. J. Hi iMqkery, chetaMt, ; 'T Typewriting. ,' : M1S& ? ROS6 * iSesires ^q ? inf6rm inbabitanteaf Pictyn and sttrronndiug 'diBtrid **&' the1 ? ?* RfcMINGTQlP INVOICING (Billing) MACHINE /lias iiow been instaHecl andie being Ufyaight nt ' Augtlk ' School. *? Every attention given to students. Terms Moderate. MISS ROSS, ' Argyie ' School, ? Picton. St. Joseph's Convent. T^TE Sisters 'prepare pnjpils for musical examiuationfi, practical and theoretical; piano, organ, and singing. ^ : .. Private lessonB .giVenan- painting, oils, water colour, ,poooah, niouo chrome, charcoal, etc' Copying' from : nature * speciality. ... .... Also faiiey needlework .(newest designs) including point lace, ribbon, work, fish Bcale, .straw work, poko, Mount Melleck, shadow work, (painted ^^1$nJ;jCwmctaMcross. . ? ^ T^oY'ternis etc., ipply to St. Joseph s Convent. :?:.:.;. lteiSiSw«S', 5- :A VyiiblCBBRi ; 'iG'A.IiV*1ff »SKD IRON...

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ELLEN S REPENTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

EM-EN S REPENTANCE. ! ?BT A. SHEBWOOD.' .Pretty Mrs Hai Edwards was busily sewing beneath the big trees In the front yard one summer . afternoon. It was xrarm, even in the shade, and the neigh bors criticised her 'littering up the yard' with scraps of sewing— not that she left any scraps, for Jamie was always willing to gather them up tor ner. But it was so absurd and 'impractical,' so the neighbors said, to carry work basket and sewing table out of doors, although the little sewing table was so light that nine-year-old Marion could carry It. Hftpplly, Mrs Edwards was all un aware of these criticisms and took real pleasure in living out of doors all that was possible, which, with the dutieB of a farm-house, was not much. She some times lamented when a neighbor called, as one seml-occastonally did, that living in the midst of nature, there was so little opportunity to enjoy It. And the very practical neighbor, outn-ardly as senting, would wonder where 'Mrs Hal' got such 'queer notion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

OLBESOR'S— ? '^ OiTY PPfiOGBAPH PABIODBS. XSSa PUT fit,6TDNET.OPP. BOTAli ARCaDB DEaXEBS IN OEiODJK EDIBONPEODlJpTS. and all Taltn* llwWea. Also Ediaon Gild MonJd*dB»wrSiana Sin BaawdJof all pppo notttbl;. :Ttad y dor Erjturs. Oar rfjarfren art moderate. Workaiauhip guaranteed. WE ARE PEONOEXPKRTS. Write to 1i». The LONE HAND. THE AUSTRALIAN flAtUZCNE. An expression of patriotism with out party feeling. Of romance and sentiment without pessimism. Of art and letters without preju dice. The BEST SHILLINGS' WORTH IN THE WORLD. Subscribe direct to the office, or to your nearest news agent. OrFICCi 314 Qaaree St., Sydney, N.8.W. OPPOSITE CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION. The GRAND HOTEL. 819 0EOR0B ST. SOUTH. First-class accommodation. Term* moderate. Every convenience for ccraa visitors. Ont trial will suffice. WINES & SPIRITS of the BEST BEANDB RICHARD OAUT, PROPRIETOR. CRICKET ! ! I TRUMPER 4. CARTER. AUSTRALIAN XI. For next mmob'i GRIGCBT GOOBB, Praotaw Bata */s. ''!rb bsiu^'10'6-''6-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

TO STAM) THIS SEASON AT PICTOST Aud travel the Campbelltowu And Comden Districts. The ThoboughbbedTbottikg Stallion REBELLION. ? ' _— JjEBELLION Ss a rich dark brown horse, standing over 16 hands high, rising 8 years old, showing plenty of bone and muscle, and. has perfect action. Eebeiiiou is by the celebrated and well-known trotting stallion E«belChilde out of Florence, by Boccacio (imp.) out of Mystery, by Huon (imp.) Rebellion was bred by William Allen, Esq., 'Elmgrove,' Begi, and was foaled Nov. 10, -899. Rebellion took first and special prize at Beg* Show, 1900. BEBEL OHILDE, the sire of Rebellion, is by the celebrated imported American trotting horse, Childe Harold, out of the grand mare Velocity, by Rebel (see Stud Book). Rebel Childe won the two-year-old 'champion tiot at Elsternwiclc Park, Melbourne; beating u field of nineteen. 1 Rebel Chtlbe lias been « great eutcess at tlie slud, having sired more winners and track-trottiug horses than any sire in. Australia. A*list of ...

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NO REWARD OFFERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

7 NO BEWABU OFFERED. '.? '?Have yon loat anything, maaamr' asicea the -polite floorwalker of tbe square-jawed, sus tere-loolilng shopper who stood before the ?lost and found' window ot the large depart ment store. ' ? ~ ? . ? 'Tee, sir,' she replied, 'Tve lost ill pounds of husband. In a light crown suit; with black Derby bat, small tuft of na!r on Its coin and a ifrigJitenel look. I lost it In a trash *t tbe fancy goods counter. It's probably wandering through the buiMIng In ecarch, tot me; 'and I thought perhaps you could (In; It e»ak-r than I can. I' want It on account of a bundle K-V carrying under Its arm.' '; -'.;..;. »'

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Fungolds as Grass Fertilizers. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

'.--'.'. ?.-'. JP«njKolA» «» Gnus TerUIiserk, , .. . xrte phenomena of ieruilty are being :- ?Uidled'ih fill pHrtg of the wortd. Many ; ;v importanl d'J-*» verlee are being made, ?v scarcely a week passing without one or more being announced or discussed. - One of «iie latest and most interostlng relates to the growth of rye-crass, and ^naturally appei^ls to farmers evory [?] Continuing his Investigations, Profes sor Freeman found that the fungus re- ? malned yrtthln the tissues ot the plant during ite whole existence, and that It Was found in the seed of the second generation as it was In that of the first. Further experiments confirmed these results, and also : disclosed: : the! adai tional important fact that the fungus' had become so adapted to living .within the tissues of the host that It had lost all power of spore formation. The dis covery Is held to demonstrate that tho.re are two entirely different sets of eacli variety of rye-grass, one having a fuu gus established -withi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

F. S. Hornknan. S rental Surgeon .of 181 Mac^narie Street, City, may be consulted at his residence 'Linden' next door to tbe Protestant Hal], Menangle Street, Picton. ? REAL STYLE SUITS. Perfect in every way to measure. Fit. comfort, elegance, 6tyle, wear. Handsome new seasons suitings and tioaserings. A great variety of fftDcy vestings. FRANK . STOTT, ARGYLE-STREEfT, right opposite Mr. Devitt's Hotel.

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Agriculture in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

Africnltnre in Ireland. I TTie Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland has recently issued its '*»rt'°^ report on the agricultural statistics for 1906. Tbe total area of land under crops was 4,728,244 acres, or an increase of 72,017 acres as compared with the previous year. Ah increase of nearly 20 per cent is recorded in the acreage devoted to flax. The area under cereals was 3 ner cent greater In 190C than in the previous year, and In that under hay the Increase was' 1.6 per cent; but there was a decrease of 1 per cent in the area under green crops, other than flax., . The erea under potatoes amounted to 616,017 acres, a decrease of 64S acres as compared with 1905. Since 1880 an annual Veturn has been made of the Acreage of each variety b; pota toes grown in Ireland.- From last years report It is shown that Champions mon opolise 56 per cent of the total acreage devoted to the crop. Up-to-dates come next with 14.6 per cent, followed by Beauty of Bute (6.6 pe...

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BIRDS AND THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 6 November 1907

BIB9S AND THE WEATHER. Even the rain has its compensations.* One of these has been the .prolonged elnfelng of tbe birds. The moisture apparently seems to have mads them think that spring has not yet departed. - ' Possibly enough the moisture hae caused -more than usual abundance of insects, grubs, ana worms. At any rate, the music of the birds forms a pleasant fea ture of the country just now. — '?Country H^' ' ' - :*T'- ~; An oM lady, travelling for the Bret Uine In n large city, saw * glaring sign on the trout or a high building, «Ucb read: 'Tbe Smith uuuactnrlng Company.' As she npettsd 1t aloud she elowljr remarked to her nephew: 'Laws 'a' mercy! Well, I've beard tell ot Smiths all my life, bat I sever knew before where they nude 'ant' . ?

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