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THE A.M.P. Distributes a Surplus of £700,813. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

THE A.M.P. Distributes a Surplus of £700,813. Two hundred thousand envelopes con taining bonus-certificates en tered tlia post offices of the Common wealth, and the Dominion of Now Zea land a few day.M ago. This vast under taking represents a preliminary stop in the distribution of tho huge sum of £700,818, tho amount of surplus do rived from the operations of this big Ijifo Office for 11)07. Kvery participat ing policy-holder will duly receive one of these certificates.' It is interesting to note that, if every polity-holder in tho Society elected to leave his bonus for addition to tho face value of his policy ,the. total sum thus added to all the participating policies would bo ;C1,205,000. in some instances, how ever, recipients of the bonus will bo desirous to convert it into cash. Arrangements have boon made, thero | fore, at tho head offico and tho branches to meet such cases, though, judging by previous experience, tho great majority will allow their bonuses to go in accre ti...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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HOTBEDS AND SASHES. HOW TO MAKE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

HOTBEDS AND SASHES. HOW -TO MAKE THEM. Hdtbeds are- not as commonly * used in connection with priv^ta. gardens as they-should be. The addition of ^ let . tucc, Radishes, and other vegetables to the bill of fare, at the season of -the year when Jlttle or nothing of the kind ' is available from the garden, adds much to* the attractiveness and enjoyment of the meala. These luxuries, as many frould call them,, can be provided at little expense and labor. ' The-thing which stands in the way of a more general use of hotbeds la the too common idea that they are difficult to construct and to manage., with suc cess. . Tomatoes, .cabbnge, .cauliflower, and other plants may be started In .the hot bed and. grown there until ready to transplant to the cold frame, garden or field." In many eases a little money rplght be made by growing more plants than are needed for planting and selling the' surplus. Many kinds of flowering plants, may bo started in a hotbed, n,nd in the caso of annuals the seas...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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How to see the Fleet in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

How to see the Fleet in Sydney. There will be many ways of see ing the arrival and mooring of the American Fleet in Sydney Harbor, but according to the Sydney ' 'Star'' the wisest thing to do is to get on to one of the big ferry steamers that'Will moor right in sight of the whole pageant. Then if it is' wet you will be under shelter, and in any case you will be right 011 the spot. Anticipating a tremendous rush for admission to such steamers because the Harbor Trust will limit the number which can be moored in the best spot, the management of the "Star" bought up the right to tickets for the whole of the steamers belonging to two great ferry companies, which will have permission to so mcor their steamers The "Star" did so 111 order, of course, to popularise that paper, and those tickets are now on offer to the public. Tickets to steamers and to seats 011 shore are being sold in S3'dney at prices ranging from 5s up to £1, but the "Star" is offer ing its tickets for 2s 6d and 18 coupo...

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KANANGRA WALLS. A Now Tourist Resort. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

KANANGRA WALLS. A Now Tourist Resort. 1'ICAIJ GOIIOE SCIINEHY NEALT ICAKAXGIM. TUB globe-trotter who, in tho course of the modern grand tour, lias readied tho waters of Port Jackson, and is duly " put up" at one of Sydney's famous hotels, is. invariably greeted with two questions: ""\VIiut do you think of our Harbour?" and " Hnve you seen 'the Blue Mountains?" Of 'course ho duly "does" tho Harbour, and whatever poetry is in his soul cannot fail to be charmed into lifo by the exquisito beauty of its leafy recesses and gleaming tracts of fairy landscape. J But even Sydney Harbour is not an inexhaustible themo of con versation, and when everyone ho meets asks the same two questions, ho is not long in coming to the conclusion that a visit to the Blue Mountains is an essential part of the tourist's excur sion in New South Wales. Hurrying through Sydney's streets with their swiftly-moving electric trams and many-storeyed warehouses, he arrives at a palatial and modorn railway sta tion, an...

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HER, WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

HER, WAY, The muffled thud of . unshod ,'hobfs reached thenars. of vitho-etovo«flirdliiti* ;loungurs: at Old Shoda .. TwJuSthr;^I5m.( IJoriuuij. .i vSo -customairyru ^ouhtiiiturjicd not. a head.-a8M{iiieiuiow*comor.« loti^in an JPy-:dniftitfr6fii,j,the!ido<iiJ|»ibutuhi^ii*rcot ,ififf' wluulcd^theln 'iall.|i. 1 ; ''Here,-.you. 'huhohingusol-oftlorigrljair Ofl^niama.a^daiflirtga^ i'.uinWu.iun.ditH'fi aiid drjnlvl"! . Little,.la9,.tho^- lik^l'ithofiurroinance of Wie^imtation,.fiionoMfoUjid, it irksbmc to ?l}orIorm;ilhe!'Jib'atidu,'i^vluohj'liboing < nc . cpmplis!ie<l>'. lth#J:.-;ngai.u i (returned. to keir iindm!niekcl>boH^ \ ? Act,.6o-tliel,;-noweomer,, .With: imocca sinou. 'troatl iilio! i inailoirhis. ;Avay. to . the stovof .-.procured. ,a ligliU.for. .,his.-,well brownotl,ipipoj..und>" btandinir,, thulii t>liccX ' (Juosiidnsj,. , WlJlitiB-' ..the'i'iion'8'.t among,. you.. stcei' rfmt,WH2i,:/A-!iy|,iic«..ajraiid,of,];)do:about?. Wlmt:S. h...

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Notes on Jerilderie Races. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

Notes on Jerilderie Races. (BY OLD UN.) A beautiful day, suutiy and bright a lloliday crowd from the show, aiid good fields of horses were sufficient to guarentee the' meeting would be a success. One drawback, the course is too far out and the fare excessive viz. 6s return which with the two entrances outside and paddock meant 9s 6d to begin with, nearly equal to what you would pay at Flemington, Cup Day. In the Trial Stakes the betting was- confined to two, Ruffo and Princess Ena, and they finished as the betting indicated. The Hurdle race saw. about the worst riding by an old jockey that I ever witnessed. Vanguard was a liot favorite, with tnoney for Green Gage and a horse of Larry Holmes, Toora not looked at. Vanguard went to the front, Holmes' 'horse fell and ditto Green Gage. The more the favorite got ahead the more the jockey forced him, with the re sult that he tired to nothing, and Ebbo an outsider wou easily. The' Handicap was a real goad race. Burglaress and Cora Lysine mo...

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HER ROYAL "SHYNESS." THE PRINCESS VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

HER ROYAL "SHYNESS." THE PRINCESS VICTORIA. .Princess Victoria, who accompanied .their Majesties to the brilliant dinner . aivon by the Earl and Countess of Dudley recently, and who is seldom absent from the Queen's side, was ' cjnee as!<ivd . by a very intimato friend 'of the Hoyal Family why she never . murried. " I am always going to stay ' with my mother," was the Princess's answer. "Until Mr Right conies along, ch ?" suggested tho other. "Mr ftight? Who is that ? I have never heard of him," Princcss Victoria exclaimed nalvoly. When her ttoyal Highness accom panied tho King and Queen to tho Carnarvon festival, and was initiated with her. parents into Druidic rites, the name bestowed on hor was ^'Bud dug" (Hotidicea), while the King's n une was "lorweth Dywysog" (Ed ward the Prince), and tho Quoon was designntod " Hottdeit Bydain" (Britain's Prido). "Mother's and father's name sounded magnlflcontlj' sonorous." said Princess Victoria ni'torwnrds; . "but fancy being publ...

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Farmers Union. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

Farmers Union. The ordinary monthly meeting pf the local Union was held on Satur day last when the following were present Messrs P. Peace (chair) M. and J. Looney, W. Quirk, J. Harrison, T. Maine, W. Kidd and W. E. ' | Meek Oh the motion ot Mr M. Looney it was decided to again write Mr Peters M.L.'A. in reference to W.R. No. Ill parish of Woperana. It was also agreed to thank the mem ber for the aitention he had given to the application for a teacher at Wonnue public school. On the motion of Messrs M. ,Looney and W. Kidd, it was re solved to agaiy write the Berrigan Shire re lamps in the street, and that same be placed in position at orice. By Messrs M. Looney and J. Harrison, that the Council be re quested to open the following pro visional roads in parish of'Tocum wal, through block 90, also between blocks 88 & 91, 86 & 87, block 93, also between S6 & 101 and 92 and portion 100 and portion 94, which will allow access from The Rocks to Stock Reserve on Finle...

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SEASONABLE HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

SEASONABLE HINTS. It Is not. avlsablc to' examine th« brood chamber so long" as cold ' wea 1 ther prevails. ? If one Is certain that the bees" have sufficient stores, it will bo "wise to leave thorn alone at present. Until the frosty weather has passed It will not be wise to give the bees any food of a F'imulative nature, that Is, liquid food (syrup or honey and water), which would break up the cluster of bees, and eausc them to scatter over the c'oinbs. If a frost came they would be more liable to bo chilled, and might probably die. Stimulative feeding eausos the queen to commence ovi positing. Possibly this has already commenced, but the feeding would cause more breeding to be reared than the bees could comfortably cover, and when the cluster of bees contracted in a cold spell all uncovered "brood would perish. As the winter advances and the neces sity for feeding arises, It is best to give the bees a frame of sealed honey; or, if no jetomb honey is procurable, heat (not bolO some...

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Water Conservation. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

Water .Conservation. Water conservation and irrigation: is a subject which at the present' time is receiving' a good deal of at tention especially by farmers and settlers in the western portion of Riverinu. Meetings have been held, at Ecliuca, Moulainein, and Denil iquin. At the latter meeting ref erence was made to constructing a weir near Tocumwal so that water could be taken through Tuppal to the Edward river which would serve ' the . country west of Deniliquin.. Several speakers claimed, including; Engineer Fitznead, that if the Bun gowandah scheme was initiated, he doubted very much if any portion > of the water taken from the Murray would ever reach Deniliquin. Mr Blackwood was of the opinion that they would not get much benefit from the Bungowanriali scheme,, and he favored lockiug the river near Tocumwal. ... The following resolution was carried unanimously "That this meeting agrees to urge: upon the Goveurment the immediate: necessity of carryiug'out a diversion t scheme...

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THE BEEKEEPER. DARK AND YELLOW ITALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

THE BEEKEEPER. DAXiK AND YELLOW ITALIANS. Mr 13. \V. Aloxander, nn Arrorlcan bee keeper, has much to say In favor of tho yellow Italian variety of bees. He writes: ''For somo time many honey producers have shown a preference for the darker or leather-colored Italians. This would bo all right if It wero not that they havo a tendency to degenerato to hybrids and blacks when continued a few years. It Is tho same with bees as with all our domestic stock. Wc must have a standard to work for, and the color lino seems to bo very essential In our horses, rattle, swine, and poultry. If wc fall 10 keep up to well-marked Italian bees as a standard, unprincipled queen breeders can -send us their hybrid mic mated quce-ns. . Not having any fixed standard as to color, we will havo no chance to complain, as they can say t'-at" Ihcy sent us queens of their dark Italian stmin. "I have trry doubts If any of the dark strains of Italians are superior to our three and four banded , bees; but one thing we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

PERGY MEILLON, Solicitor, Sc., JERILDERIB. Commissioner for Taking Affidavits 5n New South Waiesaud Victoria. "Will visit Fi.ilny n'i.1 Tueituitnl O't .Mmltlily iCourfc Duys (Finley Tuur-iliv, 'L'OOUMI a':I! L'viduy, ^Uo>vi»j- 2ml MoiuUy), »ml when miwiroJ. Trust Mum?T. to Lmul OIK uppmvoil seL-uritym amy amount at Imvost ourmit r.it-tM of inters;. ARCHIBALD C. TUTHILL,, Solicitor &c., ATTENDS Tocumwal . every ^Thursday Afternoon and will re main for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales. ' Stock Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneers, etc. BENIL1QUIN & JERILDERJE. Stock Lists on application. Clearing and Special Sales conduc ted in any part of the District^ :-Fin ley, Berrigan, Jerilderie, Tocumwal Moama, Matboura, Barbara, Moula anein, and Deniliqitin. (I-I. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) campbel'l & CO,," AUCTIONEERS NUMUE.KAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held atNum nrkab, Katamatite, Strathinerton, and Tocumwal. Hor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

SOMETHING REALLY NE!W! THE CROP MAKER. Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the PATl^TKU . AND ' . , Mi_INi I AGTtTHED BY at >l9 his Steam Implement Works, ;SGir^ 1Mb to him for full particulars of the.Imperial " Ideal - /; . Disc Cultivator and copies of Testimonials from practical farmers; -JCt'c^yoN e.\ssrs«e 11 otter proportioned or more simple loaknig.,;lmplemeuti.i2t;is.<jujstvasvgM<;yi^! it loots.; .It is made right, works right, -and is not 'an untried experiment. ? It has a record UN"-" SURPASSED'by any like tool on the market Its praises are sounded from all parts"of the State in fact from many other States The "IDEA.lvis built of iron and steal, well braced up and staved, and is mounted on three massive iron wheels. It is practically indestructible. Send a post card to-- . 'v* . J- T. CLOSE, Finley, N.S.W., for full.particulars and testimonials. - CriawBlein - . Si ABLE, T ©eEmWalo-----? Begs to Advise Commercial Travellers and the . Travelli...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, AUGUST, 7th 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

T ocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, AUGUST, 7th igoS. CHURCH -The Rev. Oakley will i preach at Tocumwal 011 Sunday next at 11 a.m. Subject-"Some tiling we know of God"-Ihe Rev Crawford will preach at the "Ful ton" Church Finley at 3.15 p.111. Tocumwal 7.30 p.m. AUCTION SALES.-On Saturday (to-morrow) Messrs F. Hoyle & Co will hold a clearing sale on account I of Mr J. .Bfair at Mr J. Symmons farm three:' 7 miles from Finley. j Messrs Campbell & Co will hold a | sale through their local representa- ! tive Mr W. Quirk, at F. Staples' yards Tocumwal 011 Thursday 20th August. . Particulars of both sale; in our advertising columns. Acc.lDK.vr.-Mr M. Gibbous met with a severe and painful accioent on Monday last. He was engaged clearing and grubbing Fiuley street and in company with .his brother 1 was cutting the roots of a large tree when his foot slipped out behind him. Just at that moment his brother was bringing his axe down, and Martin ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

In Memoxiam. SIMPSON.-In loving memory of Josephine Olive, dearly lie loved wife of James Simpson, who "departed this life on August 2nd, 1905. The fond remembrance of the past Will always bring regret; But until my heart shall cease to beat I never will forget. )

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PROOF AGAINST ALL ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

PROOF AGAINST ALL ATTACK. Young Mr. Saploy was making a protractod call upon the object of his affections, Miss Evans, who was a pianist of considerable ability. She had just completed twenty-five minutes of Bach, in the hope that he would get tired and go homo. "0, Miss Evans," he exclaimed, "I could just die listening to your playing." "Would you like to have mo play some more, Mr. Sapley?" asked Miss Evans, innocently. "Miss Edith," asked a young man, "may I ask you, please, not to call mo Mr. Durand?" «"But," said Miss Edith, with grea^ coyness, "our ac quaintance is so ihort, you know. Why snould I not ca!l you that?" "Well," said the youn?* man, "chiefly becauso my name is Tupont."

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Finley Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

Finley Post Office. Mails close at the Office as fol lows:- . - Daily-For Sydney, T.P.O; south west; Narandera, Jerilderie and Berrigau, at 7 a.m. Train leaves at 7-35- . . Daily - For Melbourne and Tocumwal, at S a.m. Coach leaves at S.30. For Deuiliquiu, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 7.30. p.m. Coach leaves at S p.m. . i For. Pine - Hills, Fridays only, at 7.30'p.m. For Jerilderie via Springfield, 011 Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur days, at 6.30 p.m. Coach leaves at 7 ?.'«. Akrivai.s . From Sydney, T.P.O. south west, Narandera, Jerilderie, and. Berrigau, at 7.10 p.m.' daily. From Melbourne and Tocumwal;. at 7 p.m. daily. v; j From Deniliquin on .Wednesdays, Fridays, at J2.30 a.m. On Sun | day at 4 p.m. . From Pine' Hills, on Sundays, at' |4p.m.. ; ; /' From Jerilderie, , on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and .-Saturdays,; at 8.3a a', m. ; M.-W. CLIFFORD, ^ P.ost Master.

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A Pretty Complaint. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

A Pretty Complaint. When I was on at the ''halls," says Chevalier, all sorts of silly rumours were put in circulation about my origin, and many believed that I was a coster born and bred. Two coster Indies, discussing my genuineness, incidentally paid mo one of the prettiest compliments I ever re ceived in my life. "Liza," said one "donah," "this 'ere Shevaleerjs all right. 'E does it a treat. But he ain't no coster." "No," said Liza. "Don't yer wish 'o was?"

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Tocumwsl Post Office. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

Tocumwsl Post . Office. ARRIVALS, Kerrigan, Sundays, Wednesdays,. Fridays,rll a.m. : j. c. Finlej', daily at jl 3111, . Jerilderie, Tuesdays, :Thursdays,. and Saturdays, II a.m. Sydney, Tuesdays, . Thursdays,, and Saturdays at ii a.m. and p.m. .. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs- . (lays, and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Deniliquin, Tuesdays and Fridays Sp.m. _ Barooga and Mulwala, Tuesdays;. Thursdays, and Saturdays, 9 p.m. Yarroweyali, Cobram, Numur kali, Melbourne, _ daily at 3.40 p.m.. DEPARTURES.- ???''. ; Barooga- and Mulwala, Mondays,. Wednesdays, and-Fridays, 9 a.m. Finley and Sydney, daily 4 p.m. Berrigau, Tuesdays,. Thursdays,, and Saturdays,'at '4 p.m. ; Deniliquin, Wednesdaj's, and.. Saturdays, 6 a.m. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, M.,httrs-' days, and Saturdays, at 6 a.m. Yarroweyah, Cobram, Numurkak and Melbourne, daily at 11.10a.ra.

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A RASH PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 7 August 1908

A RASH?PROPOSAL. . : "You -are. very: lato, Anno," I fcaid, taking.-her -hand: at tho. studio , door. : "IvV been so. busy," she oxplained>< smiling,- ;and . then crossed over-to- licr '.picture. But-.- a ;littlo -while afterwards jIJ| iiobrdr the-iOminous ."tap-t/ap" of.her, '.loot, .upon .tholfloor... ^ !' i "Whttt^B 'the'imaUer?'' I called out. I 1 was.K'deaningc-.'iny- v-ptilotto,;" and .from.: .Sj'huto.-I Wasj. I Couldn't.'seo .her- .face, ji^ut :I £uesncd<-rihe: was .angijy. : "Nothing/' . bIio' said> shofctLy, audi then ,'Jl Koardr.the'-.rustle. of iher.< skirts'as ishe: .moved. towards,the-throno.. >. j I put-iniy. pajetto 'dovVn. by^ my-i canel-. rn,nd.-arrangctl''.the!.film'tofrlaOov thaitr h1io; . wore iovcr. her- ehouldtfrB.! ^. - i "You'ro: so- carefulinot' tot touch. *no/<V she i oricd. . sudddiily.1 y ) jl tloii'i.'dato," "I iaiwwerod. ; with::a . Bfaileji<buii veryi hohest-ly.; all thensamo*.. lj j "Doii...

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