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THE DEVIL IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

THE DEVH, IN SCOTLAND. ' We take the following report of a police-court case from a Scotch paper: 'At Llnllthgow Sheriff Court recently, John Ferguson, who gave his age as eeventy, was charged with stealing 181b. of wool from the farm of Bankhead. Bathgate. He pleaded guilty, saying It ?was his first offence, and that the dev'd was so strong he could not resist him. The Sheriff: But if you have resisted him for seventy years, why did you fail thia time? Accused: Well, you see, be goes about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. The Sheriff: Oh, yes. Well, ydu'ty be out of tempstation's way for the next fourteen days.' It is In teresting to note that there Is still a devil in Scotland. From some other countries that we know or It seems. to have -entirely disappeared, although his works have not followed him.1 — 'West-, minster Gazette.' 'That was rough on Dnvis.' 'What?' 'He stepped on a piece of orange peel, fell, and was arrested for giving a street performance and causi...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

I Dental Surgeon »f 181 Macquftrie Street, City, may ;. : ;... be consnlted at his residence 'Linden' ??? .-?'.-.'?', next door to the' Protestant Hall, ' v ; -?- :?? Menangle Street, Picton. ' - ? p-- ? ;j;/: ; REAL STYLE SUITS. Perfect in every vr ay to BieRBare. . . -'????', ?? Fit. comfort, elegance, style, wear. ] Handsome uew seasons saitiugs and trouserings. ^, ??'? ..... ;' ' , . ?',. A great variety of fancy vestings. *?' '?' r,|.^^^^N^^ STOTT, ':. , = / OWING to the'continued ilirhealth. of my wife I hnw been reluc tantly, cpmpp.llc'd to sell the business of 'The Picton Post ' imwepaper to Mr. A. L. Burgess, In whom I trust will be accorded the same umount of support as .has been accorded to me. AH monies owing to me are to be paid to Mr. Burgess, whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge. ?-???' F. J. SKUBBAT.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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WIT AND HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

WIT AM HyMflB Goodley: If Deo really *=ou)d rote s- tbej pray .this 9onU truly be a happy world. Wiseman: Yes, but in that case you wouldn't get eome men to the nolle once In -ten yeare. Mother: What's the matter, Josephine? Josephine: Lola hurt me. Mother: How? Lolo: I went to hit him on the bead, ana lie dodged me and I banged my hand against the wall. First Tramp: After all, It pays to be polite. ; partner. Second Tramp: Not always: The ' other day I wee acOn' dear and dumb when a man gave me sixpence. I eay* 'Thank yon, sir.' and be had me arrested. 'And do you think meat is likely to tnaVr People III?' said the man who etudlee dipt. 'Certainly,' said the professor. 'If ft doesn't get you any other way. It will keep you wor ried half to death about the cost or it' Mr John W. Gates was discussing woman's deas about business. He said a woman -ft-boin le knew once mailed her broker this note:— 'Pleaae buy for my account 1000 sharra of P. D. and Q. at 75. Sell at 100, and be Eur. to...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HILL, CLARK & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

HILIj/OLARK & Co's. REPORT. Hi)). Clurk and Co. report as follii\vs,,iiH(lfr date of November 9: — Tallow.— Fair supplies were sub-. mitted but tin- market was exceed ingly dull aixi withdrawals through out the catalogue were heavy. In the prime lines the decline was about 5s. per ton, but in all medium tallows and especially -bo.'e suitable for BhipperB.the decline ranged up to 15s. SheepSkins.-- Supplies were heavy on the market but iu sympathy with an easier wool market and the great decline that has token place in basils met a decidedly lower market. Values for light-conditioned skins 1 declined about £d. per lb. but for all other sorts the drop was equal to ^d. Felts were unchanged from last , week's prices. Hides. — Quantiti«s were fairly heavy and th& market was inclined to be lower, heavy weights were un changed but lights and mediums were £d. lower except for beetcon ditioned stuff. The shipping section were quiet even at lower rates. Calf and yearling were ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE LONE HAND." [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

'THE LONE HAND.?* ^f u'i&e Nowinlier LONE M A^JV «tiecl»v;: ';'r- \S ? r;-* ;' ^ tho holiday spirit of tbe great Australian , * - racing carnival. The late Franic llyers ;? writes^'Of Many Cups.' making a prose $ poem of the history of the Melbourne Cup :- from tbe date of its iuceptioii. . Of a differeot sort of interest is au article by SI. P. Adams, which gives a clear and practical exposure of the 'Three Card Trick,' with many illustrations. Those talented artists, Nornian .Lindsay and ?' Hop, contribute humorous race pictures, whilst Douglas Fry, the well-known horse ,-trtist, supplies an appropriate cover de sign. . But perhaps chief interest, in the November LONE HAND in the country districts will be that it gives . lull particu lars of the World's 'Beauty Quest, and photographs of tbe American beauty, wlio, the Americans claim, is the most beauti ful woman .in the world. The LONE HAND challenges this claim on behalf of Australia, and invites Australian girls to suppo...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAMDEN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

CAMDEN STOCK SALE. ^ W. Larlrin, antioneer, reports I under date of November 12 :— ; Owing to the unfavorable weather very J few stock are coming forward for sale. j ^- Store cattle of all descriptions are in low * condition and prices very much below usual ' rates. , Miloh cows to £4 17» 6d. Young store oowb to £1 13s. Poddy steers to 12s. Poddy heifers to £1 10s. Veal&ruSs 6d to 15s. ^ Small porkers to 19s. *» ' ?Sttre'ji^as^lto iQsSd. t—i Briplasratplte'3d.i. . ?

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

K SPHCIAL RESERVE USHER'S WHISKY. THF WHISKY THAT WILL AGREE WITH YOU. .ki

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

— HfllR WILL N6T GG GREY./ sfjl jfifik PBOFEBSOB BBOWK'S ELECTHO WASH or DYE.-Tbli ^M ?pSM Praparation, which contain* noiojorioni lubjtincei. DYES TBE - :fl! |Z|KSa HAIB, ?whether it be grey or «d, quickly to ANY SHACF-, from * ; ?Mi JSLmL rich Golden to the Deepest Black, iberebj rettaring the heir to it* ''?''-£$? JtBlMmSak. original colour , laitiag several weeks. Will Dot tttm the ikin. Sold :ptl Gr^nH in Urge bottles, 5s. -6d ; post 9d. extra. Sole Agents for Australasia. v^.S ^fflHMHiWS HIQHCLA.SS TOBACCONISTS AND HA1BDEEBEERS, jMl - 7'''' V48S GBOESB-STBBBT, BTDKKT. x|jf

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

TO STAWD THIS SEASON AT PICTON And travel the Campbellfamn and Camdeii Districts. The Thoboijohbbed Teottiko Stallion REBELLION. BEBKLLION is a rich dark brown horse, fUanding over 16 hands high, rising 8 year« old. shoving plonty of bono and muscle, and has perfect action. Bebeliios is by the celebrated and well-kno»D trotlin^ stallion Kebi-I Ohilde out of Flurence, liy Boceaeio (imp.) out of Mystery, by Huou (imp.) Rebellion was bred by William Allen, Esq., 'Elmprove,' Begi, and nns foaled No.-. 10, 1899. UebelLIOn took first aud special prize at Bega Slion-, ?900 BEBEL OHILDE. Hie sire of Beliellion, it. by Ihc cekbi&ted imported American trotting horse, Childe Harolci. out of the grand mare Velocity, by Rebel (see Stud Book). Rebel Ciiilde won the two-year-old chamjjioii tioL at KlstcrnwicV Park, .: ? ?: Melbourne, beating a field of nineteen. ;^ '.:??'.' '-B8BEL;OBVjbpB has been a great success ? ' at the etud. Laving sfred' more winners imd. track-trotting horses than ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Local Directory. PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

Local Directory. PICTON. , Mukicipal Council. — Mayor. L. Nicolson ; Aldermen, A. Graham, J. W. McQuiggiu, J.P., G. Sell, R. H. Aatill, J.I'., H. 0. Evans. H. E. Barr, J. Conaellan, and John Bell. Council Cleik.-Mr. H. K. Potter. Inspector of Nuisauces. — Mr. J. BeJl. ? Police Court. — Sits every Thursday, Small Debts Court, every Thursday \ i. ??; ?'. after^th. Wednesday. ? '?M.^.y-. ':???; ;??'? ?. ' ? :X^,: ? ., . ?.' ? ?. -

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

News in Brief. Mr. T. Jennings received a very handsome silver tea and coffee service as a lesnltof his prize in the Sydney Eight-Hour Art Union. Wednesday, November 27, baa been proclaimed a public holiday in Picton in connection with the Eight-Hour Day picnic aud sports +o be held on that date. Dr. Parry has been elected as an alderman of the Municipality of Picton to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Alderman Graham. There was only one nomination. A bicycle road race from the local post office to Long Golly' and back will be held on Wednesday next, leav ing the post office at 3 o'clock. Mr. W. C. McDonald -will receive entries. New Lease fob Weak Lungs. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for coughs, colds and consumption cares iuflaenza andall lung troubles. Ob tainable -irom, W. J, ,H; Vickery., ohemiBti'^io^iOii.^rr^A.dvt.J^,- ? i ? Electors of, the Municipality' of Picton are reminded that oral tenants, viz., tenants without a lease in writing, must make a declaration bef...

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STATUESQUE FEMININITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

STATUESQUE FEMXNJJdTy, ' The Juno type of woman seems primarily & think of her ovm im portance ; husband and children arc only used as props ,to her {rlogry. Her husband, must :b3 always In attend ance ; her children must ' . have. ~ ^as their warmest feeling her regard — re- spect. Altogether, the -Juno woman is^a creature of such cold perfection that she may lie taken as better 1 - look at than live with.—' P.T.O.' You can judge your Income by Ui: i: outgo of rour good? —

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Silage. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

;??;.'.??. ; :'.:' Silage^' :':' y'-''y The. .more T.am brought into con tact with the dairy f^ihers supply ing milk to our large cities (says Mr. J. B. Connor^ Victorian Dairy Super visor), -the --more -I 'am convinced that silage is an immediate and necessary requirement that 'deserves more than passing notice. I do not .suppose that any .section of the community is so conservative in its methods as the dairy farmer. Cer tuinly none is so difficult to move out of a groovp, uo matter what that groove leans to. It is this alone, to my mind, that prevents the sensible course of growing plenty of feed for their dairy herds being carried out. I find when inspecting herds in different parts of the State that the question of tho preparation of silage as a necessary stand by is occupying much attention at the present time amongst the dairying community ; but it is surprising how many know little or nothing about the pro cess or method of preserving and converting into silage the green sue...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Tuberculosis. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

^t:w^^^SM In a paper forwarded to the Papto A. and ft- Society on tbe snbject of tuberculosis, .Mr.' ft; 'EL Antill j of' jai-visfield,' Pipton, combated the idea that the disease was increas ing among South CiwBt herds,, and he mentioned tliat' Dr. C^mac Wil kinson' had stated that the .South Coast was freer «f tnbercnlosis in. human beings than any other district in Ihe state. If, ' therefove,' the disease in stock was ae prevalent as was asserted and was communicable to hnman beings, how could this be, the:case ? Tfseouaed to-poiht to the fact that Pr, KpcU^ragJi,p.tsfar;wrong: wlieij^ he held tlia'f 'fuffercnlosis was not easily, if iwsSUfy^coihmiifikiable fs-om«\M|m-al to ynjui. . . . It wae.in 1 883 that DV. Kocli dig crtvervij-tiiat t«lwrcn loafs w;is ilue-lc the presence of-a. riJry^ma'il germ'-w ti9sueS.,iiHd ifl'.4Lfe''(jgsnes lur.whMf tba. tubevcle bacilli halo^gjiig !(.o-th;e lowest form of piantlify. ''.'Kioobexr penraetfted 4o find out uiiether these ger ms% eve the Hc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

Dr. Sheldon's Digbsiive TabdlE6 After each meal, give the Btoaach per fect l-est, because they contain all tbe natural digestante as found in ft healthy stomach. This . is a common-sense method of treitingall stomach tronbW, and. the i-esults are certain. -Mr. !F;' VVotidwai^.SOS^s-EireetirPortMelv bon'iif, iVictbtfa^ ' in '?» letter -^fl . thi Sheldon Drug Cpoipany, writer aalol-, fron.^cnte BllacliB :4 dyM^i^i^'; indigestiou, i)ut'.JBme.e .ifekinjr yonr. Tubules has '*xper!tfnw*3 ,lff»«aV. frelifl-. ; SHe 8utFe|ied s« bn-ily at tithes that slie' conld not eat_n\piece^pf breafl ;as»*1 batter as big ns her three fingers ; bnt now, after nsiug Dr. hhel Jon's Digps tire'fabnles, her appetite.iiHsi'etnriied, and she can e^V^s '.^wefT %6' ever? Kud her mtals are a Bouvce of pleasure Iff ? her. Personally, I always ca'r^y some j of yonr Tobnles with tne, and nndlthey. j are of great 'benefit to me- - Have *$-? j commended diem to my neighboare, '' tvhoso testjmony folly 'iiccords 'iwithv...

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When to Cut for Hay. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

When to Cut for Hay. Some farmers refrain from cutting crops intended for hay. until tile grain is well formed. The practice, says Mr. G. L. Satton, Government Wheat Experimentalist, is uot in accordance with ''sound _ ljusinees principles, and; sHp'uld^e^Tjaiigfe'dj! /S^j-^t^efrojria'fir^^w^l^iei^ii^ towards um^tF^I^t^i*j^ii:'4t|| tractive, as palatable, 'Jior ~asf nti-S trit.ioUB,as hay made 'from ^aT'-iwop :cut just after Howering; ahd!iir-lhe best markets ' grainy .: chatt never' makes the same money as a bright green sample, containing no grain, for users find it less nutritious and less economical than the bright green kind, which can only be made from a crop cut before the grain is' formed'. A crop intended for hay should, be' cut just after . flowering,- and while the grain is still soft and watery, for at this stage tho whole of the nutri ment contained in it is. evenly distributed throughout the plant, and, seeiug that, the' whole of the' plant cut for hay jb to b« eaten, ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Postal. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

'??'?', .'?'?:?'? -\r: ' -Postal:' MailH close for Sydney at 2.15 p.m. ; and Ht 9 30 p.m. for Sydney, Granville Campbelltown, Dimglns Park, Meu angk, Glen Hill. TLe Oaks, Nattai River, Upper Huntigorang «nd Ter randerie. Bargo ?niuii closes at 11.45 a. m. Tbe penny post^go area embraces the following towns :- Appin, Brin gelly, Biownlciw I Hll, Camden, Cob Ditty, Douglas rark, iSclnreley, Lrlen field, Greendale, tloldswoi'thy, Hoxton Park, Iuglebui-n, Luddenham, Men angle, Minto, Mt Hantcr, Mnlgoa, Karelian, The Oaks, Picton, Presrom, Tliirlmert , Wallace, Werombi, Wilton, CHOipbelltown, Cataract, Rossmore, and Maiden. Outside these distances t the postage is 2d per hal£ ounce.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 13 November 1907

A trader must take bis goods to the buyer, or bring the bnyer to the foods, fie mast hawk, or advertise hi some shape or form. — Advertise in Thk Picton Post.

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New Source of Lime. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

, ,--. . Hew Sonrce of I4me. ,; .. Chemical manufacturers are always - studying whether any Of the by-products ~ -arising from their regular manufactur ing process cannot be put to a good use. Their efforts are sometimes attended with results of great benefit to them ? and to other Important Industries. One has only to consider that basic slag la a by-product to be aware of the great value of some of these. The latest instance that has- come to our notice (writes the 'Mark Lane Ex press'') of a by-product being put t-- .good use, is in the creation of alkollme and phoslime, which are said to repre sent a new departure in fertilising lines. . It Is claimed that they are delivered in a fine powder, and that 'phoslime' alsi contains a proportion of avallab'e phos phate, so that the manuring and liming can be done at one operation.

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Differing From Judges. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Differing From Judges. . 'Not very long ago,' writes 'On- looker* in the 'Uve Stock Journal.' 'I heard an inhibitor exclalmteg rather bitterly at the treatment he had re* celved at the hands of the judges. He did not know, what they saw In the win. tier., etc and his was the best horse, eta ' Wheo he finished an old exhibitor Bald quietly: 'Don't blame the judge,. show better horses if you want to win j , In such company.' This provoked a chal T lenge to examine his horse, which was at .once accepted. And a really good hn-=i» . fae is, such as any man would be € I v&Hgtye a lot a money for. He has beau .: tlful action and fine manners, fce moves ?.'trail (h all his paces, and has quality, substance, and pace. We looked him v carefully over, and the old exhibitor was . :--.; :? spokesman. Said he to the owner, point Ing «ut a trifling fault to the horse's ?conformation, 1 suppose you did not 1 notice that when you bought him?' Tes, ^vj^j^iwijltai-theiownep.. fcnd told the P#P...

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