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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

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Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

The Aui'tniliiui Gaslight -%«- . pany'ti oujjply i8 only equiii to Uiiiee .....' or four week's, consumption. .i&t/K tbo-end of jt mouth Sydney Jaayi^j&^i in darkness. ' ;

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

?-za,-y vGrickeifcK #£*$T&. The following team lias )«jon chosen to represent PicUin v. Bargo, at Bargo, on SatuitJay nuxt, play to ooinineniw ai 1 p.m. slmi-p:— JI. Shell, K. SbpiVrH. Molimes, E. ', « J. OaJe, A. PhiUipijrJ.*AsJiproFt; J; S^nuiaej ? J. Hildbr,.A: Gillaid,' A/Ottaway, 'S. Mor* iarty. Emergency. — H. Barton. . '

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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SULLY PROUDHOMME [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

StriXT FBITBHOMHE. The death occurred on Friday, 6th September, at Chatenay. near Paris, in his 68th year, of M. Sully Prndhomme, ] the Academician and philosopher, who ; has been recognised since the death of j leconte de LAsle as -the leading French T-oet Jt win be remembered that In 1901 the Swedish Academy conferred npon M. Sully fruanomjne tne noDei prize tn literature.' Rarely has there been a case in which devotion to poetry and to philo- ' sopny was' so' intimately associated as in that of Sully Prudhomme, whose me- ! tapbystcal tendencies were evident in hi? ' earliest poems ' pnbllshed in 1866. and grew stronger as time went on, and whose last years were almost exclusively . occupied by some of the highest prob- I lems of philosophy. ? : |

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

' Huve foHoM-t.it- Uie Clearing scasoTr tlinnicliNuv-Xualitiid and all over Auglinli«,' aiys Mr. R. L. MoBeau, Duntroon, New ZimI.xiu), 'ami tlie ohnnges of water and tuokei- always brinjr on Mi nttaok *X diairlnia- juid Uiiiuiily.raliw' J-Jcan qlrtaiB is fi-oiii (jjiiuuuorliun's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea K.jiuudy. -Bverj' died lias uow some slioai-ci-s who uso this wonderful medicine, arid iil wayriC.iiiy a Iiottl^ with them.' For sale byJJ. H. PiL-ltar.l..]lict4-n anil Tliirliiiuru.^-i (Advt.) . , s ; ;' Printing- of ;i]| kinds done pioniptly .in n workmanlike manner at Sydney ; rates. ' ' The Oak* Animal Si»urt« to reduce -del-i..nii 'J-lic Oakfi School tif . ? Arts, .will be held on ? ?:-?. ; .--. New. 'Yfcar^-JISajV-': \ ? 12 livriiU. See postern. Sheffield ilnudtuip, i,5,mti inco K Kutiw i;li-i(: nn Ut.Lt.nibu *ibtli Lii Irii^ uinv l)f h t iu IVtoli with Mi R. B.WTlsuu. Ad«iissi-in i ) Giound —Adults ln , iCliJJ.ircn 6d. r-'-'.' ''?»?'?' T'V.'.'-'-'i V; ^p^ Social . ^4 ^ =...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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THE POULTRY YARD. FATTENING FOWLS FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

. ''? v ? ? m ? FATTENING r FOWLS FOB ;'?? - '?-..' MABKET. . ?_:? .. A correspondent of the 'Field' (Eng.) writes concerning the fattening of fowls as, follows: — It woulds be Impossible' to aggregate the an nual loss entailed by the pre mature killing of lean fowls. Were such a calculation obtainable, the sum total would be startling. Compared with those that eventually reach the markets,' what must be the number of birds that are reared and killed for private or home consumption? Dwellers in coun try houses, farmers and cottagers, ana innumerable suburban residents make some effort to supply their own tables, and If those who take the trouble to fat ten for market are so few the proportion who fatten for their own use must be Infinitesimal. Of course, the small rearer who only requires an occasional couple cannot attempt the process, because birds will only fatten successfully in company. Competition Is essential to adequate trough feeding, and cramming is out of the question, ex...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Mail's. WjUitunson iuid Co., .TmiJali, -vi., ronoiilly w-rote :— ' Clmnil-ei'lHin:s ITolii-. CboW.uiiidl)itiii4iiHvtK(:;iiwl.Vfiijo.VHag»Mi ivpaUilJint in tti-rsc jimts. H lias eflevtui'' .sun'io really reumikabie cinc.s inul SL-nrcelva. liuuie iu witlmlit n imU.le.' J'\ir sale by * C H. l'ickiu-d, TiclpnaniJ TJiirimcre.' — (Aijlvt.) l'ci'Iiajis unr n»4crs have nut ujnsideru-l LliCiulvant.igiM Lhoy may derive hv juining tlie ]'iclon School of Alts, au up-t/J-date inslitntiun: fiicre is tlie rending mom. I well stocked witli papers, and niagaziue---, j Also, the library, of aiwul 20W) volunicK, ] aJUed to njgularly ercry/quarter. - '- Membtaw ' caii suggest any work -^ey wwuldilike to^ have added to Ons UUraty. ? Memlxai -iisa hive tlje ixlvaut^u of u gtx-d liilliard tooni. ; Tlie fee clmiged is tlio lowest 4u Ui'e-State, '5 being «nly.3s-}ier quarter, tit less tJuui 3d : deuts of Wiltpn, Rirgo aud iUier ^J^s more than tliiw milps' troui ilio 4nBtitutipH can take twolHwksat a time, a...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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SEA-SERPENT SEEN. REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE AT TINTAGEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

SEA-SERPENT SEEN. REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE AT TINTAGEL. The Kev. T. C. Davies. of Sheffield, and Mr E. Dodgson, of Jesus Col lege, Oxford, have had a remarkable adventure in North Cornwall. They were at Tintagel, one of the most ro mantic little towns on the coast, where stands the ruins of the Castle in which King Arthur held his Court, and they saw, or thought they saw, a sea-serpent ! The ' Sheffield Telegraph' says : ' The most careful details are given about the serpent. It was 20ft. long. ' We are not told whether the clergyman from Sheffield or the undergraduate from Oxford had the yard measure with which the mea surement was taken. Nor is it said whether the serpent exhibited itself at full length so that they could measure it. If, however, it was only : Sftfi; long; it must nave been j-ather tiwi^nfai^^i^ftiea^^B&a^^^B about a mlhifte, -TOovingTveVy rapwly ?abdiiit ^yj^^^^S**;*,^';- ' :? '' ' air Edward S. *Bou'gsbri**1.story^-be is staying at Clifton -House, Tinta gel...

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To the Editor of THE PICTON POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Tollxe Editor of The -Pi6w-s Cobt.^ . SiV,r- Being favoi-ed iii.'^a fowfier: issue of your widely, read juurnat. . JL, iu )i!v official cnpacily, complained of +be npatby on Jbu'part of tlia Council Olerfc-to the WollondHly^SUiie Council sit Hot anssswiiis^oT^c^io^tnC^', «u»d now ihay'I flgaiii 5dmv« fipiftV'' '6 coui filain ofjtiie iu^ligeuoe pu iiiQ ^p'oirt of tiie 'con iitsil lore' officer, in not answer ing correnpoiiAimcti of 1att\ t-aiijialijig ?fnpui the Wilton Hunds Vi'wuiii tee's doJiuei-irtions . \T-Tliis cuuimittco una:!^- wjJnlarly itvt'Vtf mniil^r.si nf(' a- iJiQ»»Yiiiyj»tiiigai;jI hi \% i-ead^ress yCopitrs' -ii---inr- A' ;outr; ,^vifj«l^;''iroF!^p^luidenM'ito.fliid:^oiH|hV yia vitti 1?*Wy -»ji5hi'tfe& ^fcvo4vs*^Mt^ ling J' I jefilously iafceTi-'iii ihel'iclcii ?' Post' whei-oiti wo cei.1* air I'McV has boon hiiiulL-d to an otnVi.T :or '? refur eucc,' apropos liisi voeklti issue. Knowing we utc under Ho obligation to hiive official correspondence answer ed, I am...

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THE GARDEN. FUMIGATION FOR FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

m^iwffliai. FUMIGATHm FOB F&UXX TREES. The value of fumigation In the treat ment of orchard trees for scale it well known. The plan of light frame given above is sufficiently plain to show th& method of construction. The corner posts should be of pine, li! inches, or 2 x 2t&, while the stays and braces may be FRAME OF FDMIGATOR. VA Jt %, or 1% x %. The covering ma terial may be strong calico, or better still, duck canvas. By removing the door, the fumlgator can be placed over a tree without lifting, and tbe door, which should fit well, fastened on after wards with the buttons on the margin, these being so adjusted as to press the door firmly on to the fillets surrounding the Inside of the door frame. FUMIGATOR IN OPERATION. The lower part of the frame Is heaped round with earth to prevent the fumes escaping. . The add must be poured on to the cyanide and water Just as thJ door is ready to be closed. This must be done quickly. Tbe advantage of tba fumlgator is...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

':-JA ,?--& ^3*. ;:;^---^?-^-a«=fe?ifei*^iS JTuePost is not resiwnaible for%(jitig|jiicsi6 ?expressed by Dpi^re^identB.-XVe^un^tj in^H anj1 coniraiinioationunifeEs the name '?-- of ir4herwritei accompanies if. not for * I-ul)u'cation, t)ut as a guarantee uf eood; faifi. .-'. . '.:?- ' .:? ? ;,?- -,-.'. --^:

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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A HAND CULTIVATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

A HAND ODXTtVATOB. An excellent Implement for garden use Is shown in the accompanying set of Illustrations taken from the 'Prairie Farmer,' A SIDE VIEW. Twc sets of hoes may be used on the frame. A REAR VIEW. The one shown in figure A is extended rw ? ' ? w ' ' FIGURE A. to straddle the row, and is made with, two pieces of steel beaten at rlght angles, and sharpened on the front edge. They are fastened to the frame with fonr bolts. The hoes are set in the slots, a sectional view of which Is seen in figures AA, at any distance desired. The best hoe Is that shown in Figure B. ' It is fastened to the frame in th- same manner as tbe other, but the hoe is in one piece. FIGURE B. - It Is used for going between the rows. The bend in the hoe enables one to get up close to the roots as It passes under the tops of the plants. This Implement will be found especially useful in th2 onion field, as It does iiot work the dirt on to the plants. It is also Inexpen sive. . Mother: Whatever ore you do...

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THE BEEKEEPER BEES AND BEE—KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

THE BEEKEEPER BEES AH3- BEE-KEEPING. The following interesting essay on 'Bees and Beekeeping' was written by a lad named Bay Black, of the Beecrof t ' Public School, New South Wales, after a visit of inspection by the pupils to Mr W. Abram's bee farm:— -There are three kinds of bees in a hive — the queen, the drones, and the workers. The aueen bee Is the mother of the hive; she lays ell the eggs— sometimes as many as 2000 In a day. An Italian queen bee has the same marks round her as any ordinary Ita lian bee, but her abdomen is larger. A queen larva after she comes out of the , egg is fed on different food from any other larvaf end she takes about 15 days to reach maturity, and lives about three years. The drones are very much larger than the workers. They have no sting, and are very lazy; they do not gather honey. Their only use la to fertilise the queen bee. To have too many drones in a hive is not good, because they would - eat up all the honey. One hundred or two hundred is eno...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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THE LADIES COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

THE UDIIi COLUMK. KOMELY FABB. Removing Plnfeathers. — Provision dealens often send home poultry with many Bhort plnfeathers still left In the skin. If these protrude enough they can be easily removed with a short,' sharp knlf.e but If they are too short to get a firm hold of them with the blade of the knife, the problem of getting them out neatly becomes 6erlous. If the bird Is held by the legs and dipped In boiling water for a moment, they mar be got out more easily, but this should be done only when ready to cook. Chicken Salad.— Chop the chicken quite fine, using either the remnants of the roasted bird or the canned article. Mix with the chicken one-third the quantity of chopped celery, season with salt, pap rika, and a bit of lemon juice, and let it stand for an hour or two in a cool place. Arrange small lettuce leaves to form cups and place a portion of the salad in each. Mask with a very thick Mayonnaise, and In the centre of this place a star cut from a thin slice of boiled ...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

USEFUXi HINTS. When chopping mint for mint sauce, time Is saved, and the chopping is better done, if the leaves are well sprinkled over with sugar. ' When washing valuable glass, place a folded cloth at the -bottom of the bowl. It should form a fairly thick pad, and then, if by chance anything should slip from the fingers and fall Into the water, there will be no danger of breakages or chipping. . . . ? . . ? ?:. Neglected old oak furniture should be washed with warm beer,: When clean '«nB-,aiy :s.ppl.jMto liv^th'^ioft :*rush/ ?iiia ?$toMf^^0vffti!\kiitat t^oth: ; * ; ULne-seated 'chairs often sag before they are otherwise shabby. This defect Is easily, remedied by turning the chair, upside down, washing the cane with ho' soap and water till thoroughly .soaked, and then leaving it (still in the same position) in tbe sun to dry. This treat ment will shrink the cane, and so. tbe seat will become firm and fiat again. When the carpet has been beaten to free It of dust, nail It In Its pl...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Farewell Social to Mr. White. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Farepell Social Ito . . A large number of people assembled at tlie.Protcstaut Hall on Wedoesday j night to say au rovoir, and in jnalro a piBseutation to Mr. aud Mrs. VC. White, who are leaving Picton lo hike up their residence . at /Moss Vale. . Mr. White, who for llio past ii-years has i been night .officer at Pictoii, ? lias nreivisd iiu ap|)oiutinent as relieving night officer on the section between^ Pictpn and Goulburn. ' Shortly after 8,o'clo'ck diinciug* jvas coniiucncud and induigeil in till about 10.31) o'clock when it was announced Uiata pveseiitution would l-b made to Mr. huH Mrs. While. Mv.'il. ttiirt-iiy, who jncsi'loil, s-'aid -h:it. lj;t;y lj!iil met In wiy (lood-bye to Air. ii:i(!fe. V.'liiU ? ' T! - y riu.-iight it would iiiit:-li'!;.i3jr|ii-iji-nHn'w.ili«m to. k^iv-f_i-jiiri'i^.'ivJtjbmii^iiii/Aiiig-'-'tiit3.«.y..i .1 (jiai'i vji i r svjiii'h - ihtM&^MiM^ii^'^i g^v;4fe|''»Sa^fcii^oJ^^^^|^in%^ ipi[\ lh» ? pS-,'20 years, hiiiI '''dmMDg^ti'el ln»t 0 ytars a:v ...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Mtini#Ipal Council The usual fortnightly meeting of tho .above . council was lield on Monday night. Prtsent — Alds.Nicol- *on (Mayor), An til I, Evans, Bell, jWr, Parry, iind-ilcQuiggin. ,: . . Tim iniimifM of -the i)j-eviouB mee.t jnij wi'i-H read and confirmed on tho million of Aids. Evans and McQniggiu. Mayor's JIinute. The Major, in a minute, drew attention Io tin? lact that the Aciing Council Clerk's appointment would expire before uext.ineeting. Aid. Antlll iiipvod,aiid Aiil. Kvans. seconded, that the Actiug Councii Clerk contiini' in r.fliWr' until ihn. result of ti)(H'XiUiiii;:iliiiii wysfcuowh, and that Ilio ilrjr.irtincni In- not i fi/-- ' to thaUiffricL— Gariii-il. ?'Die '.M'a^|»p; '-in .:-' minute, slat'-:! tihaVth^{)O^Hijg«pt;rj,i-,iii.Viiotv£«uuil |b3nyBns^^H^;i^6tifeiiiig(iyfi0;aiijfl!.t; The rapoi'it!; war* attopfe^1 ?ofi^^bj uiotion oC Aldi. BeMau'd Parry'.' ' - CoKRKfjPONIiliN'.'lJ. ?From Hie Dc*|-iirlii]i;iiL of Works, in reply to the Council's letter asking for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

; Tiik LkjKxv ani- thi: liksi' ' . . Jiomudy for ebbst complaint s. is Dr. ? Snuldon'.s Nmv Discoveiy ior ..coughs, -coidsitud coiibiunption. It cures when svll else Tails. Prii-e, 1p. 6i1. und 3s. Obtaiiuible from W. J. H. Vickoiy, clicmist, I'ictiju. — ^(Advl.)

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

School of Arts. TIk; udjnnrued inoiillily meetiug of thtM-oinniitlee wns hold tin the' 13th instant, when Messrs. Titumis (chnir ruiin), Sheil, Walton, Burr, and Morgan wci-e present, apologies being received li'oinDr. BlcCiedie, and Mocsrs. Brown and Larkin for their unavoidable absence. Tliu uiitmlcs of last meeting wen; read siud passed, mid tho lion. Irrvsnrer wported that thu balance in Im.ud whs £43 1 1b. lid.; tho billiard room having contributed £5, 15s. o'_d. for the ?! weeks iu October. ?- ?? ? Apitoiuits lo tho amount of £G 18s. Cd. weii! piissod'for pnymeiK. On i he motion of the lion, secretary, seconded by Mr. Waltou, the sum of one and a half pi incuts was allowed tjif billi.-nd suu-coinmiHee for prizes for a new tdurumneut — The president (JWr. Lai-3;in) vviote, stating' Hint. Ik; -iiiU-iulod^iiesL-uiiiiir a guiuca towards ihis; anioiint. * . (Juto'uoxs. :-..- , . ; 'Tlie hitii. jLieasjii-pi- jisked ; «Lat liiTOii^eropiiiBVhiid '.'»ho^i:-' jiiaidji'.-flbolit; ^e^^'^e...

Publication Title: Picton Post, The
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Yerranderie Cycling Club's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Picton Post — 20 November 1907

Yerranderie Cycling Club's Sports. [From a correijiiijiideiit.] The Yeri-anderic Bicycle Club's race-meeting held on the 9lh instant Was a splendid succt-ss ; both from a racing aud financial point of view. A very large crowd witnessed the racing, being attracted by the pres ence of several visiting riders from Sydney. The racing, which consis ted of a ni-ORrame of 5 events, was keenly contested from the outset and resulted in sotuovery close finishes. Several events assuming the form of teams racing between the local and visiting riders. The various officials were : -Starter, Mr. W. Wititle ; lap scon'.r, Mr. T. - Hancock ; Judges, Messrs. T. Eilder. W. WiiUli\ aiid C. Armstrong. 2-i- riilrrs took part in the racing, with tliu following results:— Half Mile Huudicap : U. (iaudi-j',' lOOydii.,.1 ; ,1. Hancock, 70yds., 2 : J. l''i)ggon,65yd.s: :} «',.., by a wheel with u Ifingth uepai'otiug srcoiid aiid third. Time, 1 iniii. llsec. Second-clsiss scratch race. 1 mile : U. Sull.'l ; A. ...

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