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THE FARM AND DAIRY. CHEDDAR CHEESE FROM PASTEURISED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

THE FARM AND DAIRY. CHEDDAR CHEESE FROM PAS TEURISED MHjK. The presence of Inferior cheddar cheese on the nyirket, and the lack' of uniformity which characterises; the product o! the'present average cheese factory, is due primarily to the vari able quality of the mil1* supply ft different farms. In an attm?t-.to produce chcesa of vn'fcrm cunlity from milki of variable acidify which is often contaminated with undesirable bacteria, checsemikers 'use methods which vary 4rom day'to day, ./ care fully watching each vat at c*e?y stage of its manufacture and modify ing the process to mc:t the condi-, tions. Even then the quality and nUo the yield of checse vari:s from day to day. x" In an endeavour to dc isc a pro- | cess for treating milk daily at the i factory to bring it into practically, a , uniform condition for chcesemaking ! purposes,., professor Sammis, of the* Dairy Department, has developed a 1 process whereby' the milk is ipasteuri sed, and then brought to uniform acidity by the...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. The following. arc three differ ent ways of keeping (lie hands white and soft:— 1. After washing the hands in hot water, rub tlicm' with lemon juice and lime-water, equal parts. At night apply lanolinc or vaseline, and sleep in loose gloves. 2. Melt together 2 drachms spcnnaccli and loz. oil of aU monds ; • when nearly cold add iG diops esscnce lemon. Rub 011 the bands at night. 3. PuI a salt spoonful of pow dered alum into the beaten white of an egg. Wash the hands in hot water, then apply as above. To remove ink from white silk, ; flannel, etc., make some salt and : lemon juice into a thick paste. Put a piece of cleui! rag under lite stain and cover-it with the paste. Let soak for a little while. Brush off the salt and if necessary repeat the proccss. Then wash in the usual way. To glaze linen, dissolve one ounce of yellow, soap with half an ouncc of borax in one pint of liot water,' add two teaspoonfuls of glyterine, the same quantity of turpentine, and a leaspoo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODERN SMUGGLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

MODERN SMUGGLERS. There is hardly a topic which is more ,rng:rly discussed by the homo spc.d'n.; American tourist than (ho Customs la'.iff. 1 fha !a«' is eo strict, and the of | ficiuls io keenly alive to the Uttlo ' ruses of tin woman who has sptnt some profitable hours in tho Huo do la I*aisr., that there cr.n be little horc cn her Part of evading tho heavy .. ' In p.:my caccs tli3 authorities are perfectly v/c-11 aware that the women who !:rnt;rgl-c n*03t extensively jdo not always iT.uiggle for themselves. A lafj.e n:;ml.cr ot' Americans, in fact, ;\vho plead "foreign, rcsidcncc," for whkiV (Ucy mi^t proJ'JCe- evidence .that Ih_x, nrr; buwiido visitors to their (;vn n»(ive country, ^tnnnot' al wajn provo that their tmnVloads of. drcen:*; are retired for their own use. . 'j he rhopping orders of rela* tioiu; and friends have before now revealed such incongruities as widow's weeds and bridal gowns in the ramc Iot, "/Jl the rcrrcts at ■ false-):ottom trun'-ji, of hol-ow heels, of t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

Tell me not in mournful wheezes __ Life is but an empty dream, For the man is sick who sneezes, And thinps arc not what they seem. . Life is real, life is earnest, Of this fact you may be sure, But precious little will ail you After taking Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Mr. J. Sloane,'who acted as judge of the merino sheep at the C'orowa show last: week, is offici ating in a like manner at the Melbourne Royal; Show ^liis week. 8avcd Hundreds of Children. "My sons, Charles and John, ,-ire subject to colds," says Mrs. C. Carter, 33 Market-street, South Melbourne, Vic. "Some time back i would have lost both of them with croup but for the timely advicc 'of Mrs. Snowdcn, who rccommcndcd me to give them Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. I tried it and saw the '.'change for the belter in tliem right away and they were both .•soon well again. I have seen the '.Jives-' of hundreds of children Saved by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.' Sold by J. G: Wilson, 'Jocumwal, Millar and Grovcr, 1' fiiley,' and ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WEED ERADICATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

A WEED BUADICATOK. One of the greatest thorns in.the Bide of- farmers is the 'noxious weed curse. Chief among .the rests is jjhe blackberry and' California!! thistle. The Government recognising the boon" it would'be if a cheap specific was placed upon, the market, have offered substantial bonuses to the inventor of any system that would successful ly eradicate these pests. Naturally the Agricultural Department have stressed jfche fact that a, cure must bo pprpianent. Varies specifics end . methods have b^erj. tried . and found wanting. Un^er tfce-. direction of :frho Agricultural Department' a. prcpara? tion known as Long's Noxious Wee4 pestrojer has been put to a test alt ParneU, near Auckland, and promises particularly well. A pjece of land, which is completely oveVriio witf? blackberry has been" treated untler tho direction of the Agricultural De partment. It is only a' month or so Bincc the weedkiller wao applied, but judging by the several roots removed from the patch the destr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. —Orange Delight.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. .—Orange Delight.— 5 oranges 1 teacup v.liiic I tablespoon sugar cornflour I pint milk 3 eggs. ;; , Peel the oranges., cut into thin slices, sift sugar over, take out nil pips. Heat _ the milk in a" saucepan of boiling water, add the cornflour mixed with a little f old milk and the beaten yolks of eggs, stir-till thick. nour over the oranges. Beat' the whites of eggs to stiff froth, add a table spoon white siigar, out on top of custard. This is best eaten cold. —Savory Toast.— 207. grated cheese I egg i teaspoon made T tablespoon mustard milk salt and'cayenne. Heat all the ingredients; in a small saucepan, and when it be gins to thicken, spread, on neat slices of buttered toast'or fried bread. Serve hot; —Ginger Nuts.— 3 cups flour 4 tablespoon 1 yip sugar fuls treacle 2 fablespoonfuls I dessertspoon dripping ' fuls ground A little milk ginger' l tcasponful soad. Mix all dry ingredients first, then add milk with soda dis solved in it, :roll out and bake in moderat...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GARDEN. EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

T H £ GAR D E N. EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE DE VELOPMENT OF FRUIT. - Experiments.have been made to as certain the influence that light exer cises on tho development of fruit, and the results are interesting. The experiments were made by let ting the fruit ripen (1) in bags that shut out all rays of light, (2) in transparent bags giving an attenua ted light, (3) fruit exposed to full daylight; the trials were made on grapes, cherries, pears, appl.es, cjtc. From the results it would appeal that light is absolutely necessary only during the first stages of tl?s formation of fruit and grain. After this initial stage, hps passed, the fruit seem able to complete its de velopment and maturity equally well in obscuritj as in full light, although under the influence of the latter a greater, amount of dry substance >as acquiredv : It was observed that the best- re sults were • obtained when1 the grow ing fruit was under the influence o! an attenuated light,, and also that the acidity of the fr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. "NO MOUSTACHE" CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

I . WORLD-WIDE. HOTES. ,, £ ' NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. "NO MOUSTACHE" CAMPAIGN. [ The moustache is going in the City of London police force. A year or two ago. a shaven upper lip was a rare sight, but now- the young men in tho force have started - a clean shaving campaign and.already thej number about 300 strong. The pro-moustache party—the older men—arc still in a large majority, but they view the progress, of the,, new movement with apprehension. "A moustache lends dignity and authority to the face, of every man in uniform," said an inspector. "A fat, red-faced • policeman clean-shaven looks a trifle absurd, especially un der his helmot. A thin, pale-faced man without hair on his upper lip looks young and insignificant. It is Invariably the smooth-faced .police man who has to put; up with ban ter." - There_are 1,400 city police, of whom approximately 1,100 have moustaches 100 are clean-shaven, and 12 have 5eards. TO DESTROY AEROPLANES. The Krupp gun works in Germany ts making a quick...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR FEDERAL MEMBER. His Maiden Speech. (Continued, from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

OUR FEDERAL MEMBER. . H|s Maiden Spooch. (Continued, hom last issue.) Mi\ . I,au'<.|, _Smith.'—Vou. arc blifitily following tlicni. . Mr.' I'ALKiNKR.-^No, I am not going to-blindly follow Liber al or Labor; I claim my free-' ■dom. and ihal is whv'I am here. Ido not think'it is any reflection up-jn the intelligence or the in tegrity of the .Arbitration Court to say that no one man—and I know Vial i: did not happen in the-, .shearers' ease, because I 'proiiiiil d the counsel for ten wc:!;s—can assimilate ail the varying conditions in an industiy that extends over tiic whole of Australia. Dur.'ng the fifth or sixth week of that ease wc werq dumbfounded by . a conversation wc heard between the Court atfd the learned , counsel. I have often heard of old rams in pas toral pursuits, and .1 might add in others, but it was not until" 1 was in the body of the Arbitra tion Court that I ever heard of an "adult sheep"' arid "a middle aged wc! her," and that was after spending- -five o...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

GRAIN PEED sows all kinds of seeds with unerriug regu:au.y. Does not buneli the seed MANURE FEED sows positively ANY manure, regardless of its eou ditiou, and gives each seed an equal amount. CHANGE 015 QUVNTITY got by change of speed, NOT by alter ing the delivery opening. SPEED DEVICES for Grain and Manure are powerful spur gears—simple, easy to alter and impossible to slip.. G. PIMMOeiC, Local Agent. Gordon Rnderson. Carrier, Forwarding Agent and Livery Stable Proprietor. OOBRAM, VIC. Has purchased a new 25 h.p. Max well MOTOR CAR To mat fire with liood ami nllltlio lutost aiinluuicos and is prepared to Ljroennio on rcnsouobio torms Cir will arrive in Tocumwal in lialf an-hour by ringing 'Phone No. 9 Victoria Hall, Cobram. Farmers Note. ■yACUUM Oil No. .1 Grade 3/9 " gallon. J. t. CLOSE, Steam Implement Works, .Fluley. WANTED. OLD BAGS (Cornsacks or brans) suitable for charcoal, in any' quantities. Also better class S.H. bags. WISE BROS. LTD., Flour Mill. Bores and Wind= Mills. V...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDUCATING TIBETAN YOUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

| EDUCATING TIBETAN YOUTHS. A party of Tibetan youtha who arc to bo. cducatod in England at th< - expense of tho Government have ar rived in London. They are to b< placed in ; suitable , schools, being shown the while something of the world in which they are temporarils to move. Needless to say, the jour ney. of tho travellers was simply o progress from one sensation to an other, and while passing through Marseilles their amazement was in tense at the abounding wealth and incessant movement all round them, and especially of the lavish-arrange ments of a well-appointed restaurant : To <men accustomed to a mountair ' diet of barley, rico, and mutton, more or less raw, tho food resources of a 1 rich city, seemed uncanny, ', COST OR STRIKES. If, as has been estimated, the Del* gian strike cost the country about • £3,00p,000_a week, it will rank-as one of the dearest of industrial; disputes. Even America can' hardly beat that record. "When tho great. Pull...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SPORTING PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

A SPORTING PROPOSAL. r« Bertie paused for a moment, and gazed down into his fair companion's face. She dropped her eyes beneath his ' glance, and, for a few B'econds, : they walked pn in silence. • =, . . "Yes, Pollie," he said, at last, "I j ' 'think you might do more than that,'J;J "You.-must- not calj^me Pollio," shei ■rejoined. "Stop;" ; sho continued,;.: "don't interrupt me. I know .you, used to do so as a girl ; but I'm grown up now, and out, and all sorts of things, and it isn't proper. 01) 1" And as she concluded, a hare, skulking in the grass, jumped almost • at her feet. ' Bertio let it go some thirty yards, and then scientifically rolled it over. "A fact," as Miss Radclific was wont to say afterwards, "that ought to have opened her eyes. A man who, in the midst of a proposal, can shoot with such accuracy, can't he very much in earnest, you know." n,I don't know why I shouldn't call you Pollie, unless it is because you object,'^ rejoined Bertie, slowly, as he put in anothe...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commence this thrilling and Interesting serial this week. The Sin of ALISON DERING. CHAPTER I —A Sad Home-coming.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

Commence (his thrilling and In teresting serial this week, s The Sin of ' ' ALISON ' BERING. (By the author of "Diana''; "A Xanglcd VVclj," c.tc., ctc.) . CHAPTER. I —A Sr.d ; Honic-coiriing.-^ Alison Dering stood at the window of the dreariest room in a dreary lodging-house, watch ing. • the raindrops chasing one another^-down' the panes,. and wondering whether the clouds in her own life, were more'likely-to disperse .than the" heavy pall of grcyncss which y.t this' moment covered the sky.- Her courage, had reached its lowest ebb, for, jjluckily as she had foucht her way against heavy,' sometimes* ' terribly heavy odds, she seemed at last to have entered lipo'ii- a lane'so long, that no turning was within measurable distance. Upon the table behind her- lay •Jier purse, tossed there on her re turn from a lengthy and fruitless search . for employment : and scattered round the purse were the few remaining coins she had in the world: all that still lay between- her and the workhouse, o...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER II —"Reg is Waiting!"— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

CHAPTER II —"Keg is Waiting!"— Alison, stood beside the bed in Mrs". Jennings' best bedroom,1 looking down at its occupant' with a great pity in her heart. The face on the pillow was pathetically pinched and small, and its whiteness seemed to make more pronounced the deep lirtes .'that-sickness or sorrow or both, had carvel upon its youth ful outlines.- Mrs. Reginald Metcalfe was very young, piti fully, young t6; be so lonely, so ill, and a widow. That was Alison's first thought, and her heart con tracted, as the sick girl's blue eyes . met ', hers with, a look df yearning anguish. Round the small white facc lav a tumbled mass of goklen hair, which gave ■her ail sdded.lopk of. youthful n'ess, and the liand that lay 011 the coverlet was so tiny, that its heavy wedding ring seemed to be in imminent danger of slipping from its rightful place, and roll ing away altogether. "I have come,, .to help Mrs. Jennings take care of you." Ali son Said as if in answer to the question in the other'...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

VALUE OF ADVERTISING, I lie editor of the Young "Chronicle," was speaking io a representative of the NichoUr-n Piano Company, when the lalter said :—"To my mind thqre is not a doubt as to whether advertis ing pays. The great econoirical problem of the day is to traiw-'cr tlie product of the manufacturer to the consumer at as low a cost as is consistent with good serv ice on a sound business basis. In other words, at the present time the selling cost of many articles is' too high, owing to what we consider lost motion, which swells the expense ac counts. In advertising, we partially solve this problem from the fact that advertising is a never tiring salesman, which works both night and day talk ing: to a multitude of people at the same-, time at a very small cost '-in proportion to the travell ing man., As ~ advertising reaches Ihe _ purchasers, so the purchasers reach the product at a small cost. Since the volume of sales greatly rcduces the selling, tost, it'becomcs at once a mutu ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARRAMATTA CAOL ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

PARRAMATTA CAOL RO MANCE. The fact that her lover has been sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment is not going to pre vent a country . girl from marry ing a man to'whom she'-plighted her troth some months ago. At j Panainatta Quarter Sessions the other day a young man was sen tenced to twelve months' hard labor in Goulburn gaol for break ing and entering. A girl had ac companied him from the country, and during the hearing she was accommodated with a scat near the dock. She was friendless :ukI alone. Tcai's injured down her checks as her lover was sen tenced to twelve months' hard labor and removed from the j court. She afterwards confided her .story to a sympathetic Methodist clergyman who was at the court watching another case. "I don't care if the whole world turns against him ; I am not go ! ing to give him itp," said the girl. "He wants my help now more than. ever. Why shouldn't I marry him now that he is in trouble?' VVc are engaged still." Both ;aic. under age, and written ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. POISONER USED GERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

MLD-V/IDE MOTHS. JB. • NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE]. POISONER USED'*,GERMS. ■ The Frankfort police have arrested Karl Hopf, a chemist, who is ac eused of poisoning his mother, thret of his wives, and his four children with arscnic and cholera germs, all of whom died, except the third wife. Hopf is alleged to have insured the . lives of his victims. While they weri undergoing treatment in hospital hi made a great show^ot his salicitudt for their recovery. Owing to the pfr euliarly atrocious nature of th< eharges the licensed man has beer unable to secure counsel for his de fence. "WOMEN GAMBLERS COLLAPSE. When they heard they hid lost their bets on the Jubilee RHinf Tournament, four barmaids employed at tho Stadium Restaurant at Gru newald, Germany, were simultaneous ly seized with fainting fits, aud thej were carried unconscious to hospital BANK IN AN OVEN. ~ Frau Clara Schiedlmeyer, of Har ^burg, Germany, concealed her sav inga, amounting to £310 in bank - notes, in a disused o...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. RERRICAN. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

DISTR UJ.Tr. N E V/§c; y :?v From oUr^SitchsngfJs.t' > ■ ■ -fleHMCAhr" ii'.-M-'• Goodiprogress ' riii* ISoiiil} 'iiladi-' with the erection of the tclcphOiie 'room at..thq; local nost' office, tuul )hc building;. \vj(l, ;pfol)ab|jj- bo. !'conipletcd:iha fortnight!^ tiiijp'; Itlhas then to. be fitted witli the' ) 'necessary'- conVcnienccs so that the buzzing- wjl.t, pot be. , J/jUis i 1/i.vrcd tiiei'fitb 'f6f ''spine t'iific yet. I. Wc liani' •f/n5.l*",;£ pM'ty'tiP visit ■ crs-Lo a.n.;evcnmg out,- Momiilong i l-way, the 'Other : luti] a,-few .mi mt-.:.s •of-' keen CNcitenic'nt by ■ the vehicle being driven 'into;! a' ti'.blc-diHiu' oil the .road. Iiunyir s'ays I hat. suiiic . occiipants found; . the watflc'iii; \\ip. cstjuyalioivvqrjy ..cold, ,'.lksjff«8 .lending, {^scomforj^ • :for .tlje.ijSinijiiflcjttl)c, journ.gy,.> '■■A rather, painful accident be*! ■ fei Mr.. ana.Mj-s; George Hall,'•(5C-! • VBroadraiflV/f)..'Dpar, }jaysd,Q,tp,' , a -few d^iyjjl .ifgcS, ./■Ijli.ty .werc,,d...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. The Tocumwal .band intends, visiting Tuppal on Sunday to-play a selection, of., airs.r.The. outing should be a'iiiost c'iijoi'ablc.oife. * Particulars of stock crossings, and an article on the wool and., stock dispatchings at the "locum... wal railway station will appear in next week's issue. A man nanled White, from Barooga met with a painful acci dent on Sunday and was an nil mate of Nurse Airey's'' hospital for a coupleof days. : The wandering stock nuisance is becoming badly felt in Tocum wal of late. and. a visit from the Inspector should, not lie'.^ihprolil' ' able to the pound yard, receipts ledger,' " ' Misses; M, and M Keogh'l^iyc started in business 'lil'Be'irjtfqu'in Street as milliners .'and; cl'rdss. makers. An advertisement1 will' ;. appear in the next issue,of " the. , "Guarcljan." _" ! Mrc-S; Wilson,- .i,.who,...l)asJlje.eri, • :t eller. in the".T.ocuryiwat jjrfjhch "of, . the ^National- •Panic. ,.has! receivcqj. •.notice 6f his itrahsffi;, , •M...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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LAND PURCHASE MADE EASY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 September 1913

LAND PURCHASE MADE EASY., Five per cent,''.ou sigiiilig" ogn-' tract, S per ccnt.. Octiobcr '/.'i '.tQi'3, when possession is;/ giyefiy 'balance in .8 pqual ahniiiil'-instal-, .mentsj fn's't payable ;Ocf6bcr.'.i>"' 1915.' 'Interest half-yearly' at'sj 'per cent; / ; -v.; ■ These are' the terms '-upon' which farms- may btt' purchased at the auction sale of Lawso'tl's" F.statc in jthe Dunnclloo' District,' N.S.W., • 3'liiiles 'fi'om- 'Craliobiv railway stat.ioiiy'which, takes' place at" f.catlvilie,' .on We'd'nes-'' '•day};Sci)t'cmbcr.'24'- fQiat '2.^0"' |),in. • ■' "• : ' "Lawsbh's" F.s'tat'c,- :is" 5,3^0 acrcs in area aiitl ' has-(ieen cut' up into farm and orchaVcj blocks ranging' from 24 to '582:' acres (freehold)'; -also h township al-' lotmcnts. ■ ■ • Local residents have 1)0 need to be informed of the'magnificent' quality of' the;' ltiiiii,' the; - Estate' having 'ditch U"Aplcndid 'reputa tion; For-tl'ie'1 be(ibfit - of tithei's',' let it- be known 'that"the "propel tyv compr...

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