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Berrigan Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

Berrigan Notes. The quick results of Chamberlain's Tablets in: I the cure of Biliousness, and prompt relief of all it«; I bad symptoms is something unequalled by any . I other meuicino. They cleanse the stomach, cloar I out and gently stimulate the liver, drive away every symptom of pain, distress und discomfort. For i slile by L. Jeuscn & Co., Tocumwul tc Finloy. By Our Own Correspondent. I regret ,to report three deaths of well known men this week. Mr / Brovmau, though residing in Jeril derie, has in conjunctio.n with Mr T.^Kelly, a large store here. We liea'r that lie had congestion of the lungs and very unwisely left his bed to proceed to Sydney, but torik bad at Juriee and died there. Mr/ MacDonald had arrived at'the fair age of 86, so his demise after a long, illness was not unexpected. He was one of the very earliest selectors-in the district. It was at his late resi dence the last fatality occurred. Mr W. Kelly, brother of Mr T. Kelly of this town went to stay the ni...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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An Elocuent Reply. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

An Elocuent Reply, Iwas u glorious night, and two lovers sat upon the cliff-side, with the | eternal ocean (lowing at.thoir foot ' with a calmness and placidity that was 1 almost appalling. Thcv we're' looking j .it tile stars above, and ho turned to ' his girl and said tenderly- ' ' "My darling, I don't undertsand what you can see in mo to love mo so." j "That's what everybody aays," sho replied. ! The silence was greator than over.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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The Church on the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

The Church on the Mur ray. We take the following from "Free man's Journal" (contributed by Mr P. A. Duune,) in the hope that it will prove of interest to liis many friends here I was 20 years in Tocimiw.il and kept records, so that no, one is in a better position to furnish an accu rate account. . Myself and family were so mixed up with Church mat ters that I fell a delicacy in saying too much, but as nothing is set down in malice,' ai\d hoping that nobody will be angry or accuse me of egotism here goes ! Prior to 1881 visits of priests to Tocumwal were few and far between. The Hennessys, Turners, and John Bruton (Sub-Collector of Customs) ?did good work in the'early days. In that year, when I went to Tocum wal, Mass used to be celebrated in a smqll brick building used also as a school on Mr William Henuessy's : land at Beregegama, three miles from Tocumwal." I think the late Father Slattery of Wagga got this erected . by public subscription amongst,(ia group of selectors,- most of ...

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

TO eeyER GREY HAIR Ladles should wear bne of the LATEST FRINGES now made oh purely hygienic principles by H.V.OGAARD copies of Nature, de fying detection; na» turally waved hair, going back; soft, light curl on forehead; so use ful for covering thin or grey hair. Pull Transformations from £2 2s.; Switches Of Natural Hnir, now so much worn for making into puffs, from 7s. 6d. to £2 2s, Colorina (the only safe, reliable stain for grey hnir-'. 83. 6d. bottle-all colours. Ladles, write at once for Catalogue, Established orer 20 years. o GUNS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS, 'AMMUNITION. R. Green Estate, 00 Oathurst St.. Sydney!. Evorythtng Sold at' " Usual Sale D.B.O.L. Gun, fitted with Greener Cross Bolt 7 10 0 3 15 0 D.B.B.L.'Hammerlcss Gun 12 0 0 G 10 0 D.B.B.L.Hammerles5Cashmore39 0 0 20 0 0 Field Glass. Nlfhl <*nd Day 1 10 0 15 0 Hand Camera. 4/.: Slnnle Barrel Brcech-loadlng Guns, 21/; Rock Rifles, 10/6; k aloon. 5/.: Air Guns, 3/G; smokulrss Cartridges, 7/fi 100: HlncU Pow dcr, 6A: ...

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

To Stand this Season at ' Tocumwal, THE FASHIONABLE BKED TKOTTING * STALLION, "DIXIE.'"'v Siro, Dixio Alto, No :ifi,2.W (imp.) Dam. Lady Clairo, by Honest Harry. l)lxio Alto, No :iu,2fti took first pri/.o ut GoQlorig tt« it (wo year old. Took llrst pri'io ut Kyueton show 15KJ7, and ut Sydney 'Koyaf Show liKfS. Fintfc and iu u cJ/iH.y of 512 aw tJxo best trotting utaUUm loa^.iuto tho ring; tfrat ius tho best trorting stallion iu harness, and first for beat trotting stallion, mure or goldiug in harness, speed styluand conform/itioii. £Jro--DJxio Alto by Mondwdno, 22,(X)7. Ilceord, S.lyj-. Sire of Mouto Carlo 2.C7}, Mendolitn -.07}, Saolita 2.09J, Leonora 12.125, Polka Dot 'J.UK Men dovcna2.2lj, Dixie Alto 2.21.1-5, uud four others iu 2,3u list. By Electioneer J25 (Sire of Arion 2.07$, Suuol 2.0S}, Palo Alto 2.08}, mid 1*10 mora iu 2.U0 list, (tml sons have sired over 870 iu L\.'tO list. Daughters damn HW iu 2.M list, including Klutuwuh 2.0,1^, and S Hire of Major Delurnr 1.5KJ, wor.d'...

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CHAPTER XXXIII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

CHAPTER XXXIII. Strong as necessity Jig starts away; Climbs against wrong, and brightens into day. -Savago. In tho courso of a few dayn'iiot only was the. vapour hath comploted,l>ut with the assistance of Julian many littlo con veniences woro added to ronder.tho abode less wretched.' In the occupation, tho labour which these entailed, the exiles found relief from their painful thoughts and sad regrets, which, even more than tho physical sufferings they had bndtircti, depressed and haunted them. . There is nothing like employjuont for thodisease of tho mind; it is sorrow's antidote, and wisely and beneficently did the Creator pronounce that man h1ih!! live by the sweat of his brow. Those* who settle to abstract themselves from tho' general law violate one of the primary conditions of a healthful existence. We do not mean that toil which is confined to tho plough, the anvil, the loom, or mechanical crafts alone. Tho poet, painter, sculptor, statesman^ sol dier, and physician, all w...

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

The Immense number of orders for FROOTOIDS sent by post direct to the-Proprietor Is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power; They cure Quickly, are-elegant In appearance, and pleasant to take. / "I am writing tp you to express my thanks ?tor the Frootoids which I received from you some time ago. -My mother, who was a great sufferer from Headache and BlllouaAttacksfor many years, has been taking them, and. has found complete relief fro'mthem." . ? L. PATCH, Pelican Creek, Corakl, N.S.W. " Kindly send by return post two separate -bottles of Frootoids for Indigestion, &c. I got a . bottle from you. before, and am pleased to say Ihey have done me good." .. E. PIKE, "Myrtle Cottage," Manlldra, N.S.W. "Your 'Frootoids' Is-the only medicine I tiave ever found to do me any good for Biliousness and Indigestion. One dose gives relief." J. H. SLEEP, Lochlel, S.A. " Enclosed please find 3/- for two bottles of Frootoids for Indigestion. I got some from" yo...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XXXII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTEB XXXII.-Continued. "No, I thank you, superintendent," ro plied Julian: "if any of tlie Cossacks should visit tho hut, I shall be apprehend ed ns n deserter, and sent to tho mines. ''It is my order," exclaimed the Mus covite, harshly, for lie wished to rid him self of any further trouble. "In tho Diorning, when you nrrivo at Cherits? ? Kluvn, you shall havo iv pass." I Without waiting for any further ro- I monstrance on tho subject, the speaker I took his departure, leaving tho exiles with the friend who Providence had so "unexpectedly sent to console them; for we need scarcely inform our readers that the reluotaueo, ill-humour, and distaste to the oflico imposed upon him were as sumed as a mask only by the young Pole to conceal the joy ho felt at having; companions of his owii_ age, beings who could feel and sympathise with him. j No sooner had tho superintendent <]is- | appeared, than the subdued air of Julian vanished. Ho moved and spoke lik...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

The Rainfall; The following shows in points the rainfall as recorded officially at the Tocumwal Post Office:- , January February March April May June " July August . 92 26 1 . 43 124 ? 3'2i. . 79 . '^5

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Boyond the Law. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

Boyond the Law. Four Scottish hoys woro summoned to a police court for breaking a largo plato-glass window wliilo playing foot ball in tho xtrcot. Tho inagistrato, iu dealing with ,tho case, said: "This is tho third timo you four boys^ have boon before tho court for broakiiig windows, so I have no ' othor alternative but to send you all to prison for sovon days." "Oh, yo canna dao that," inter rupted tho eldost, "fur tli' fowr o' us uro picked to play in our school match on Saturday."

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

PERCY MEILLON, Solicitor, &c.; JERILDER IE. ?Commissioner for Taking Affidavits iu New South Wales and Victoria. "Will fisit Finloj* nuil Tocumwiil on Monthly Court Days iFinloy TlnirstUv, Tocmnwnl Friiluy, following tiinl Momlivy), mid \vlien re<iuiro<l. Trust Moneys to Lend on approved ueeuritj In any amount tvt lowest current rules nf'iutorcst. ARCHIBALD C. TUTH1LL, Solicitor &c., ATTENDS Tocumwal every Thursday Afternoon and will re main for regular Court clays. Commissioner for Affidavits for . New South .Wales. 'inackenzic Brothers _ Slock Station and Financial j :: Agents ancUAit'ctioncers, etc. 1 DENJL1QU1N & JER1LDER1E. Stock Lists on application. Clearing and Special Sales conduc ted in any part of the Districts :-Fin 3ey, Beirigan, Jerjlderie, Tocumwal Moama, Matlioura, Barham, Moula- { anein, and Deniliqiiin. (H. LLOYD, Auctioueer.) ? AUCTIONEERS NUMUKKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. ^Regular Stock Sales held atNum .jirkab, Katamatit...

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

SOMETHING REALLY NEW ! THE CROP MAKER. Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the "IDEAL"" HIS© CULTIVATOR^. N i-C.u t5.t a>\r >V'v.b v*. -o i_»..>.i "<Vtt j.fV^ >i. v vj^ .-? f « Ir J- " V j*v>y IS^ PATENTED AND. . MANUFACTURED .BY T. CLCISE, ' at ? : His. Steam Imolement Works, /NEW; SOUTH WALES-: ; - ^ Write to him for full particulars'of the Imperial "Ideal " 1 ?> . Disc Cultivator and copies of Testimonials from practical farmers. . ' « . Did'.you everseea.better proportioned or 'more.simple-looking Implement? It is just as good as it looks. It is made right, works right, and is not an untried experiment. It liris a record UN SURPASSED by any like tool on the market. Its praises are sounded from all partStof the State in fact from many other States _ ... . "... ??? , The "IDEAL " i-s built of irou and ste2lI-'.;wa^:;l)raped'tip:fand;'Stayed1''aiKl: is' mouated^on three* ."massive iron waesls. It is practically indestructible. Send a post card to-...

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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

Shire Council. The monthly meeting ,of the Ber rigan shire council was held on Monday last when there was a full attendance of members. CORRESPONDENCE. From secretary of Savernake Farmers association requesting coun cil to oppose the erection of any public gates in the shire ; also that 7 chains of formation near the 12 mile peg be constructed ; ? lhat all stumps and fallen timber be' re moved from the.Mulwala-Warmatta road ; and that the road running E and W between J. A.'Gorman's and C. Wemys be opened for traffic. The whole of the requests were granted, with the exception of the latter which was referred to, the engineer for report. Messrs Horsfall & Garrington with drawing their appeal against assess ment of Momalotig. "W. Evans stating he could not start his contract of wire netting in the Berrigau Common. Decided to forfeit deposit, and call for fresh tenders. Corowa P.P. Board stating that 110 application had been received from the council asking that MessrS Pyle- and...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. FRIDAY, AUGUST, 14th 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

TocurmX/al Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. FRIDAY, AUGUST, 14th 1908. Chuhch.-The Jtev. Dykes will preach iij "Fulton" Church at n a.m. AnglicanSorvico ho held at Tocumwil at jx a.m. h.C. and at Finlejr at 3 p.m. li.c. Tlie Her. Oakley will commence 11 series of <t acrmons on tho Prodigal Son on Sunday aifjhfc next at Tocimwal, with "Four steps down." Others to follow on auccesnivo Snnday nights beta# Au REVOIR,-A farewell social was tendered-Mr and Mrs Hoyle on Friday evening ,last at Finley. A report of proceedings lias been re ceived by us which .will be pub lished next issue. ; - ENERGY WASTED.-Mr J. Howe, of Fairview, recently sank a well in the! hopes of striking water. After sinking 170 feet he bored 85 feet and failed to discover the precious liquid. He has now abandoned the well and is removing the s'abs. ACCIDENT.-A young man named 'Howard Pittock, 16 years of age, who was employed at the Excelsior Woollen Mills, at1 Geelon?, met with a severe accident on Saturd...

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A Remarkable Feat. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

A Remarkable Foat. Sho was willing, and though sho could not bo described as graceful, Mrs. Binlcs, kno.ving tho difficulty of ob taining servants, thought that a email drawback. And after a month's train ing Bridget had improved so much that Mrs. Binks thought sho might vonturo to givo a littlo dinner j)arty. For tho first two courses all wont well. Bridgot rofrained from speech, and looked as.pretty as a young Irish girl can. But 'in taking the fish down stairs her feet slipped, there was a series of bumps and crashcs, and all tho guests did their best to look as if thoy thought nothing unusual was hap pening. There was dead silence in tho room, however, when tho descent was com pleted, and no ono lost a word of tho rich Irish brogue which floated up to tho dining-room. "Did-you hear mo, mum?" she cried exultantly. "Arrah! I fell all tho way downstairs and landed on mo feot loiko a burrdl"

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An Invoterate Woman-Hater. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

An Invoterate Woman-Hater. fliero was a well-known agricultural expert who abhorred women. His ab horrence of woman was insistent and consistent. "When ho could not eli minate her altogether, which was hiB choice, ho never failed to pare her to her s/nallest dimensions, and in this point of view lie included not only woman but everything of hor sex. At one time ho was connected with tho department of agriculture of a lIrllrV01s^f where, by a curious irony of fato, it became his duty to ehroniclo 1 things about tho milk and butter pro- ! duccd by a rccord-broaking cow of university breeding. I-Io performed his ' duty conscientiously; but when his ro- I printer it was headed. Iho Beef Steer and His Sister." .

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THE ILLAWARRA. A Tourist's Paradise. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

THE ILLAWARRA. A Tourist's Paradise. ItoAH SCENE NEAH ISULLI PASS. THE South Coast railway affords the tourist and health-seeker one of the most, picturesque and interesting tours to be laid in tlie State. Leaving tliu main railway line just beyond Itedfeni, a mile from tlie metropolis, tlie line | mounts quickly to a most inviting land scape, wbere tlie sandstone ridges are dotted with pretty villas, pursuing its I course through the rapidly-growing ! Iliawarra suburban districts, from which branches extend to the beautiful j watering-places that here abound-Sans Souci, Brighton, and Sandringham. At Como the estuary ol' tlie George's River is crossed, and thence tlie line runs by rocky cuttings to tlie plateau of tlie National l'ark. This remarkable plea sure ground covers an immense area of IHJ.OOO acres, and is less than an hour's journey l'rom Sydney. It has a fron tage of 9 miles to the railway, 7lA miles to the Pacific Ocean, 1% miles to the romantic gorge of the Woronora lUve...

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GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

GRATITUDE. Smith saved the life of a dignified gentleman wailing for a (l'aln'by pulling liim from in front of a through train on another track. The dignified gentle man lost all his dignity for the moment and was much confused, but not so lmieli so as to forget that something was due to his saviour. Following a grate l'ul Impulse, ho thrust his hand Into Ills pocket, and drawing'II forth, exclaimed. "Man, you've saved my life! Here Is half-a-crown." "Oh, I never take pay. ' input for anything like that," answered Smith. "lint, man. jn'u must! Yon saved my life! Have a cigar, any way I"

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IMMIGRANTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

IMMIGRANTS FROM GREAT BRITAIN. Neahly every steamer arriving from the OKI-'Country brings n little band of farmers and farm labourers who liiive left the,liuul of tlieir birth to begin life anew .urnlcr. the vastly improved con ditions prevailing in this State. Tliey are all specially selected liy the Agent (Jenopil tor New South Wales in Lon don, mid are, l'or the most part, young men ill the prime of life, who have plenty of experience in farm ami station work, and only rapiire to adapt themselves to the different methods adopted by the fanners and pas toralists of this State. That they are finding tile new life what they antici pated is amply proved by tile l'aet that as soon as they have .saved a few pounds they send them-to the Director of the Intelligence Department ill Sydney to bring opt their friends or relatives. During the six months end ing on J'Oth June last 110 less than !I~>U I immigrants arrived in the State as a .result of the nomination of friends who had come h...

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A.M.P. in London. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 August 1908

A.M.P. in London. The names aro announced of tho first local board of Directors for Great Britain and Ireland of tho A.M..P. Society, and tho Directors and Manage ment of Head Office in Sydney liavo boon singularly fortunate and happy in their choice. Tho personol is:-Tho ifiarl of .Jersey, Sir Henry Seymour King, tho Hon. Herbert Cokayno , Gibbs, and Sir John Alexander Coek lmrn. 'Policy holders and tho public generally will be interested in these personal notes. Lord Jersey was one of tho ablest and most popular Gover nors of N.S.W.: ho is prominent in London financial circles and a princi pal proprietor of Child's Bank. His in terest in Australian institutions has never been - relaxed. Sir Henry Sey mour King is another banker and head of Henry S. King and Co., London; King, Young and Co., JJombny, and King, Hamilton and Co., Calcutta. Ho is Lieutenant of tlio city of Loudon and 1ms been an M.IV for many years, and now represents Contral Hull. Tho A. M.IVs London business was, fo...

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