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THE NURSING PROFESSION. SOME SIDE GLIMPSES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

THE NURSING PROFESSION. SOME SIDE GLIMPSES. (Written specially for this paper by "lta.") ' 0! "Woman, in thino hour of onso, Uncertain, coy. and hard to please; W-hon pain and sorrow road the brow, 01 Miniaturing Angel tb»ii! -Sir Wiiltor Scott. Of all tho vocations that fall to tho lot of womankind, that of hospital nurs ing is certainly ono that [demands all that is highest and best in a woman. On tho surface, tho rolti of hospital nurso anpears to tho uninitiated as an ideal calling-ft walk in life, in which a girl, garbed in a dainty, rirint frock, snow.v cuffs and collars, nml;t)io nretti est of head gear, has littloj to do but smooth a foverod brow, moisten parched lips, whisper comforting words, and eventually, when her many Charms havo done thoir deadly work, iiihko choico of her life's partner from among tho tuonied male patients whom folio has won hack from llie shadow of de^th, or from the list of doctors who havd succumbed to hor'charming personality. What a truly ideali...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A PROFITABLE STROKE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

A PIIQP1TAHLE STROKE. A rathor funny adventure is said to have happened to Mr. Piorpont Mor gan, who, it is said, never grants an interview to any Pressmen. Ono day a reporter wrote for an in terview, and Mr. Morgan's secretary wrote hack to say that an interview would cost the reporter five dollars a minute. To this the Pressman replied that lib would have five minutes at that price. This interview duty came off, and at the end of the five minutes the report er got out his cheque-book. "Dear five minutes for you, is it not?" asked the millionaire. "Oh, no," the reporter replied. "I have come off very well. You see, iny editor bet me 250 dollars that I would not interview you." Mr. B. is very proud of his ancient lineage, and never Jots slip an oppor tunity to boast of it. At a dinner where ho had boon un usually rampant on this subject a fel low guest quieted him by remarking: - "If you climb much further up your family tree you will come face to faco with tho monkey."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. TUB following Crown Lands havo been gazetted as available for Settlement oa tho dates given below : CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE: - COOTAMUNDRA LAND DISTRICT, within Grogan's Crock Holding, ],«I30 acres in two blocks of 774 and fi5l> acrcs, distant 6 to S miles from Stockinbingal; suitable for grazing and agriculture; annual ronts £33 17B. 4d. and £36 ISs. respectively. Availablo 20th Fobruary, 1908. (C.1\L. Area No. 98.) GRAFTON LAND DISTRICT (at Tally morgan), 5,0G6£ acres in elovon blocks in areas ranging from 258 to 601 acres, distant 8 to 9 miles from Lawrence; suit able for grazing, dairying, &c. ; annual rents from £8 7s. to £15 Os. Gd. Avail able 13th February, 1908. (C.1\L. Area No. 97.) GUNNEDAH LAND DISTRICT, 4.053J acres iu three blocks of 895#, 922A, and 2,235 acres, distant 22 to 23 miles from Emerald Hill, and 3D to 31 from Gun nedah ; suitable for grazing and agricul ture ; annual rents £40 10s. 6d., £44 4s., anil £55 17s. Od. respectiv...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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DOOLEY ON ROOSEVELT: [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

DOOLEY ON ROOSEVELT: The other day Mr. Doolojr confided to his friend Honnossy a vision J.io had had of President "Koosevelt's v/ith drawnl from public life. "A few months fr'm now he'll retiie I to th' peace an* quiet iv domestic life. | An' to cillybrato his retirement lie's made a hundherd ringin' speecnes, shook hands with live hundherd thou sand citizens, an' kissed a millyun babies. "An' whin Thaydore llosonfelt k.sses a baby thousands iv mothers in all cor-, nors iv th' land hear th' report, an' the baby knows it's been kissed, an', bears th' hon.'jrable scar through life. Twinty yours' fr'm now th' counthry will bo full iv young fellows lookin' as though they'd grajated fr'm a German coliedge. "It's boon-a sad occasion, this lave takin' iv a faithful servant to his sub jiks. At tin o'clock th' priaidintyal thrain comes into th' doejio, whero a vast assimblagc iv sorrowing people are gathered. They show grief be sob bing:-'CJood-b'y, Tiddy.' 'Wo want yo again,' 'Down with the...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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IMMORTAL MAN. THE REV. R. J. CAMPBELL'S PROFESSION OF FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

IMMORTAL MAN. THE REV. R. J. CAMPIUOU/S 1 P,0 FESSION OF FAITH. At the City Temple, London, the Rev. U. J. Campbell, in the course of an address, said he had been asked more than once if he had any belief in personal immortality at all. "Let me hasten to assure yon," he declared, .'not only that I believe in personal immortality, but that it forms a basis of one's earnest desire to see the King dom of God realised on earth." If a man lived ignorant and de graded here, he said, ignorant and de graded he would begin on the ether side of the grave. If wise and noble, wise and noble would he begin. 7 ho principal reason he had for preaching the-Kingdom on earth was that t\??y human. boing" wn»-immortal, and that it must begin somewhere. The belief in the eternal dignity of mankind was to him the driving force in all -..lie en deavour to relaise the Kingdom of God. "You arc not going to die," said Mr. Campbell: "'you ennn'.t din, for ihat which is really you is eternal. The death of the ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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INNOCUOUS CURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

INNOCUOUS CURSE. The Lister Institute, wo lonrn, has boon cursed by a clergyman whoso name wo, in mercy, withhold. It ap pears tills amiable divine "went ui> to Ixmilon, donned. his priestly robes, mid solemnly cursed tho Chelsea institution from tho street." Tho institute is still any one within its tfiites i« one ponn.v the worse.-"British Modioli! Journal." standing, and wo have not hoard that

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Tocumwal Common. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

Tocurmval Common. The monthly meeting of the Tocumwal Common Trustees was held in the Mechanic's Insti tute on Tuesday last, when the following were present-Messrs F. Beasley (chair), J. Hearn, (lion, sec)., J. Wilson, and R. Brebner. The secretary stated he had called a meeting of the Commoners for 8.30 that evening, but 110 one at tended. ^ i _ It was decided to hold the trus tee's meeting. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, also the cor respondence. Trustee Hearn said he had let the contract for removing the yards to Mr Jolly for £11. - . Trustee Brebner: Was any one else asked for a price ? No. The matter was left in my hands to deal with. \ The Secretary stated that at last annual meeting they neglected to appoint auditors, and it would be necessary to have the balance-sheet audited. Messrs W. S. Lawrence, and W. li. Meek were appointed, and in the. event of either of them not bauig'. able to act, Mr Rotten be appointed. The overdraft at- the bank has been red...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

CRICKETERS RcQulfOfflMU, floatult ths Aiutfftllui ZI« Eip«rti. TRUMPER & CARTER, 134 Market Street, Sydney. Practice Bait, 8/8; Match Bats, 8'8, 10/9,12/8. Mn*ih Bails. 4IS. Corretpflndence promptly attended to. CARRIAGES BUGGIES SULKIES . ANGUS~& soii,. 165-167 GASTLEREAGH ST.. SYDNEY (Between Market and Park Sts.) Buggies with shafts, S30. We will quote price landed for any Vehicle"' Oft Application. .Send for free catalogues and nil information. Our SHOW ROOMS arc large and welt vrorth a visit.© Wc are always glad to ihov our Immense stock. Drapery . Free OF a I,L EXPENSE TO YOUR DOOR. Riley Brothers' GREAT BARGAIN PARCEL SYSTEM. ' Send for Book giving Pull Particulars. HERE'S A WONDER. THE C.P. ? BEDROOM PARCEL. 25/ U( White Twill Sheets, ready hemmed, a pair of nice L.*ca Curtains, a pair of Pillow SUps. a Toilet Cover, a White Honsycomb Quilt for double bed, all for 33i. carriage paid. For 30s a Superior Parcel. RILEY BROTHERS, A GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. Establis...

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WIRELESS MUSIC. ITS JOYS AND SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

WIRELESS, MUSIC. ITS JOYS AND SWEETS. In the"'"Souffles" column of the "Wes mlnster Gazette" appears the follow ing: [Tho statement tbat a naval llcutennrit la suc cessfully experimenting on tho transmission of musical Gound without wires follows closely upon I>r. do Forest's attempts at perfecting such a system in New York.] We've been spared hitherto (save In fiction) The "music that floats on tho breezo," For a rush to cscape tho intllctlon Is always effected with ease. But tho future Is freighted with troublo; Our mental repose all expires, : Peace bursts llko a bubblo, Our worries nil doublo At tho prospcet of "songs without wires!" Trombones In tho flat just beneath us, ! PerenuJal pianos next door, Are means by-which neighbors bequeath us Unquenchable thirst for their gore! Brass-bamls wo condemn to perdition That play in tho street or tho square. What will bo our condition 4 When conies tho transition To band-music borno ou tho air? And what sort of choleo will bo left uo...

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Tocumwal Races. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

Tocumwal Races. The above races was held on Wednesday last and passed off suc cessfully. There was a fair attend ance arid the racing1 good.' Thie following are the results: Maiden Plate-Clovelly, i ; Chas, 2 ; Vera, 3. Jumpers Flat Race-Grandinarch II., 1; Annates, 2 ; Tenor, 3. Handicap Trial Stakes-Doubtful Bill, i;'Lord Hainhault, 2 ; Dulver ton 3. Tocurawal Handicap-Steel Bar, < ; Courtesy, Two starters. President's Stakes-Doubtful Bill, 1 ; Greysteel, 2 Yokohama, 3. Railway Handicap - Steel Bar, 1; Driraadoon, 2 ; Trance, 3. '

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

CHAI'TElt IV. A testy gentleman. quick ai offence, His outside rou^li, harsh, and unpro mising. The inner man melting with life's swout charities. -Old Piny. Charles Vavasseur liacl ovid<tfitlv tlw Kynipathy of all the domestics. IJel'ore quitting the house, Jack, tho groom, re latcd to his loJlow servants tlie quarrel of the two cousins in the stable, and tlio horsewhipping which Outhbert hud r« coivetl for his brutality to tlio dog. Fin ing hia glass with ale, ho drank success to Master Charles, and a speedy return to his own again. The old sonants replied to it by a loud cheer. The library hell rang twice; it was the signal for the household to go to prayers, a custom which their new master Inuf giv en them to understand they must con form to, if they desired to remain in his family. Mr. Jlailov and Jack wore tho only ones who refused to attend. The one was about to quit, and, as he drily observed, had had quite enough o' the parson's preaching on Sundays. Tho formor, ...

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PARABLE OF THE PROCRASTINATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

PARABLE OF THE FROCRASTIN ATOR. A Great Man of Science lived In a suburb of new houses inhabited by the newly wed. He had not yet written his book. Many urged him to tbo task. He gave his promise, but postponed the work till the next year. Only in the early part of the day would he com pose. And. that was the part of the day when the little boy r^ext door was noisy. The little boy would be sent to school next year. Then the book would be written., .Next year the little boy was sent to school. But to the people who lived on the other side of the Great Man twins had been born. So the writ ing of the book was again postponed. The twins might not survive; the^death rate. of .twins is high.. Meantime, the Man o£ Science died. .Westminster Gazette."

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Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

Wool SaSes;, Dalgety and Company Ltd "heldv th'eir. third wpoL.sale -of the series and fifteenth, of the season on Mon day, when' they submitted a , fair selection of i8i2 .bales7of which they sold. 1785,; making their sales to date' in.-this;{centre 59,134 'bales, and in Victoria over SS.ooo bales This week's a catalogue was practically a clearing up one as- far as greasy wools are concerned, the Company having 'sold, the great' bulk of their consignments earlier in the season. The attendance of buyers was again a full one, and competition was ex tremely animated ; values must be quoted as very firm at last week's rates. The catalogue was composed) of comparatively small clips, and odd lots from the late shearing dis tricts of Victoria, f ompetition was so keen that the bull; was cleared .at satisfactory prices. - "" The NZI, and MA Co. I,td con tinued their weekly sales, when they submitted a very good cata logue. About 4,400 bales were in cluded and a good clearance waf» effected...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER III. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

A TALE OF THE CRIMEA, By RICHARD HARDING DAVIS, author of "Stnnllold Hull," "Minulo Groy/' otc., otc. OHAPTKU III. (Continued). Brief won thu repose which Charles Vavasst-ur, probably for years, ami pos sibly for over, uijoyed under the root of his father, At an curly hour lie left bis chamber, in order to quit the Hull un noticed. Ho did not wish to give his affeetioniuo relatives tho triunipli of wit nessing jiis departure, so made his'way to the stables with tho intention of sad dling Firefly himself, and riding over to the Moat to make bis adieus and return the noble animal to Sir Kdward. l'ooi ho was, his prido revolted at the idea of Belling Grent was his surprise at finding tho horse already saddled, and bis cousin Cuthbort booted and npurred reiuly to mount hi/l. They o.vcd each other silent ly, and will looks of defiance. "I. rcqtjro my liorse," said our hero, nddressm l Jack Curlin, the groom. Tho .porr lad pulled tho lock of hair his Urehead, by way of salute, and looked ...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

Sydney Markets .j. i'* AVhsdt -.The. ur.:rket for this .grair? continues-very, dull, and ibe volume.of Jjn.sjues-i passing iS'Small. I' : Prices .asked, by holders here .'are imuch iu exesss' of. those' at which' wheat can. lie purchased in Ade :.'laide, and until levels are.reduced somewhat it is. unlikely ;tkat buyers ;'V, will operate on any large-scale.. Oats-The demand for these re ? mains fair, and prices are un ' changed. Maize-Very short supplies have been coming forward, arrivals by boat being practically nil, and stored maize lias been drawn on, the mar ket being much firmer. Chaff and Lucerne-The beauti ful rains which fell over nearly the : whole of the State last week have! bad the effect of stopping the run .! on both these lines, and as a result prices are considerably easier, lu-1 - cerne especially being dull of sale. ] The following are the ruling j wholesale rates ex rail or wharf for i ????. .;-the various descriptions of produce : Wheat: F.a.q., buyers 4s 4d to ...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Some New Subdivisions. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Some New Subdivisions. MATTEBS In conuectlou with the sub division of private estates have beeu more than usually brisk during the past month ot* two. The Mount Cooper Es tate, in the Kombala district, wan tiffci'vil for sale in blocks on liOtli January, while no fewer thau three large estates were cut up for disposal In February. These comprise Wyoming, near Junee; Welllngrove, in the land district of Glen Innes; and Ben Lomond, near Guyra. lu March, Durham Court Instate, Guunee, and Hualdrle will be offered. Durham Court Is a line property, situ ated near Manilla; Gunuee Ih. ill the prosperous Inverell district; while Kualdiie Is within a few miles of the town of Grenfell. The total area of the estates men tioned approximates 120,000 acres, and It Is thought bona fide land-seekers will have no cause to complain of the lack of suitable agricultural land. The Intelligence Department, Martin Place, Sydney, arranges for the Issue of certificates to genuine Intending...

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Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

Wool Sales. ? The Australian Estates Mortgage Co. held their usual sale on Tues day of last week, ceusistiug. of clips from later districts of Victoria, South Australia , and portions of larger brands from .''New South Wales. The usual, full, attendance of buyers were present, but competi tion displayed .irregularity which has characterised .the wool market . for weeks past. Good, merino or comeback qualities particularly those of good lengths, were con tested for at full late rates, all. other grades showed easier tendency. Merino sold 13}^ for JB over F from: Cavendish. C and S over Glenisla, Horsham. 1st com. 12 j^d ; ICS over Glencree, Mt, Gambier, 11 ]4Redbank, Strathford, . cb. nd'; Boorook, Culcairn, .com. 11 tfd ; MCR, over Mount Pleasant, Toollfeeu, com. iV/id, clo. rij^ ; JW.'.Geeloog 1st W, .nd; Annan dale over DI, Maryborough H, ud ; .MJ; over NR, Horsham, 1st com. .ii}£d; Xy over C, Branholme A, 12% ; JM over Park Gray town, cb n'/i'A ; \V over HW,'Seymour, nd^jd ; WM, ...

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ARE CHILDREN UNPROFITABLE? [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

ABE CHILDREN UNPROFITABLE? A homo without children is like ft gar den without flov/ors. Can anyono conceive what the world would bo like without children? Where thore are only two or three children you will find the huppiest home. Quocn Victoria alwuvs said her child ren-and grandchildren-kept her young. Married couples without children are usually the most discontented people one will come across. There are few married people who would honestly say they wished they had no children. The great advantage of family life is that it makes the homo itself £ho place of groatcst interest and happinoss. It seems to he characteristic of tho ago we" live in that the love of easo and luxury shuts tho eyes to everything els'o. The one thing that a family brings to a man or women is a knowledge of life and its wonderful possibilities of lovo, Thore is an old saying : "Thore never was a maid but wished to be a wife, and never a wife but wished to bo a mother." The possession of children does moro ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

THERE'S A REASON Why so many people come to us for DRAPERY/ GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY &c. And continue to trade with us. The BUCAUSIi they know that everything Purchased liere is RELIABLE, WE.never Sell Goods of any kind that arc doubttu!,* u bit oil, or in any .?way Second-.Quality. We pay as much attention lo the Buying 01 our Stock as we do to the Selling o:" it, and therefore never have to work. offdoubt(u( S'»ock of any kind, the result of badiBUYING. ? v ~ f ' i | - , Ha? Prices are the kind that talk, and we will soon convinG13 you that vou cannot do better than to j : Give Us Your CUSTOM. Is carry a Full and complete Stock- of everything that an up-to-date Store should. Satisfied Customers Have «nade_our Business. Arc you one of Them ? If not. Why Not. Give Us a Trial ? Lo JEMSBM St ©®c Ironmongers, Grocers, Drapers, And TIMBER MERCHANTS. SUPPLY STORES. locomwal and FSnSey. WOOL . Melbourne Market Sales Held Weekly during the Season. The Melbourne Associated Brokers ^ec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

Eta SHELDOlWfe MAGNETIC Rheumatism, Lumbago, Lame Baeb, etc. (<o GUARANTEED. 3/ ft$s&^8&s2^ssks23!ss3is!iil J. H. PARKER IS Prepared to undertake Chaff-cuttipg in 1 any Quantity at prices fiatiofaotory to ?Clients. A Post Card to Yarro.wcyaU P.O. will tiring the plant on tho Farm. Full board of ieliaolo mcu> ftleo a cook. , No inconvenience to farmer's wiveij," Will <jome to any Farmor at a day'a notico, ' ? 1 . p. [J. PARKER, . ' "yarrovyeyah, P.O. - Chaff-Cutting.. [B. HAMILTON, *" Ulupna Far in, Finley. BEGS to notify farmers that ho has pur choacd a now Cliaff-cuttiog plant, and is prepared to accept contracts at current rates. Addruss D. HAMILTON, Ulupoa Farm, Finley, Mrs-; A. Pigot BEGS to, advise tho Residents of TOCUif TVAL and FlNLIijY that aho has . . Closed het* Boarding House and opetied a HOSPITAL for the TeQeplion'pi i .. iiarolng and'Matcrmty 'caaca." Every com-1 . fort provided. . ' AN IDEAL SPRiHG REMEDY. Regular Siw> Doub...

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