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OUR SHORT STORY SAVED BY A WATER BARREL [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 August 1908

OUR SHORT STORV SAVED BY A WATER BARREL C^Z tit iltr11 °f '«w« "ear Omaha, < ""Ko "vitl"1 a "T outfitted" evnnrlii;.^ .,W1T a newly regions of Montana " ,n U,° »lini»£ and firf-C 4,10 day3 °f jfu(y ^ 110 caught the "muiioif iovor" r,10: ;iii o^irjsTi'ts^ f ^©rr^'-sar S'PP^E ; % fortunate chance, Charlie's partner nns an old plainsman and h-ei^hior known ,ia "Homely Ike." It was to that"Z WiUCd Td bl'aVc W c~ that Jwans owed his life, and theses froi'n. tile attack of I " " f.thls season, for the savages do not often stir from their winter (juartera until the grass is well grown pS '"ish «0(x', fcod f<* their tin'1) t0 I1"".'10 m lvij) of t,vdve 'ouv. frehJt -m ' wUJl ,lt;»vi!.V-)oaded "T5 w"»fi?ns retires time; and' hen Hie outfit had reaehorl the turn Umul f°J? w^?," Tra!1' at 11,0 Gr°it close at hlL ' llatt°' SUmmer WM I They now advanced still ",orc slowly irough u wild and broken country, doping a sharp look out for Indians. iim 7r°UTT0S Powlll!t Rivei' and...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 August 1908

To Stand this -Season at Tocumwal, TlIEi FASHIONABLE BRED TltOTTtNG Sl'AM.IO.V, '"DIXIE." .Sire, iJtxIo Alto. No H l,5^t imp. dam. Lidy Claire, by Honest Harry. Dixie Alto, N*o took pnzo at GeolouV as 11 fwo year old. Took Jlrst priay at Kynuton "<now !H>7, and at Sydnoy Itjval Show DM. Fiwt and champion lu it ohf* of U2tw the beat trotting stallion led iuto tho riny: llr^fc »a tho bust trotting stallUm in harness, and ilrsl. for best-trottim,* stallion, inaro or gelding in harness, speed etyleand conformation. Sire-Dixio Alto V»y Mendocino, 22,00", Record, S.lUi ftJife of Monte Carlo -.071, Moudollta 2.07), £>uolita LiMirom 2.12J, I'olka Dor 2.14}, Men dotena 2.21}, Dixie Alto2.2-fc.i-ri, and four (othcrn in 2.:>Dli8t-. liy Eleulioneor 125 (Siro of Arion.2.07{ Suuol 2.0SI, Palo Alto 2.0S{, and IGfi wore in iist, find mutt huvo sired over 870 in 2.J5U list. Daughters iluns 1:» in 2.JJ0 list, including Klafeiwnli 2.trts. and & sire of v.Iijor Delimr l.jj, ...

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HORTICULTURE IN CALIFORNIA CURED FRUIT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 August 1908

HORTICULTURE IN OAUPORIKA" CURED FRUIT INDUSTRY. . "The following notes, compiled from various American papers, on the cured fruit section of the .horticultural Indus try of California, will" (writes tho "South Australian Agricultural Jour nal!') "bo interesting to producers. Taken as a whole, tho . greater portion of the deciduous fruit crop is marketed In tho 'cured! state-that Is, either dried or canned. The figures below will convey some idea of-tho magnitude of. tho 'cured' fruit industry. Yields In most cases aro for. 1907. Last year was, !.o.n tho -\yholo, poor in respect to dried fruits, the total output being-about; 2,600,000 c'wt, as compared with 3,270,000-cwt/tho' previous year.' Speaking" of the', indus try as a'whole, tho 'California Fruit grower''says:--* "Tho ..season has been probably the -' ^highest-priced year In California dried .fruits, taking all lines together, that has even been experienced In this' trade. . » . The only note of warn ing that seems necessary ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Didn't Mind. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 August 1908

. A certain Admiral of the American . Navy Jias Ioiik, silky sido whiskers of sanqy hue. A few .years ako, whon ho -was chief of the :'£urea\r of Naviga tion at .Washington, the admiral* :waB one day washing hi? hands behind a screen in his oflice; when a pert young ensign entered, and. seeing :tho chief's -chair vacant/ said to ,the mossengor, "Hollo, 'Bones; whore's old Whiskers?" :IJo was dumbfounded" when tho ad ? :miral, with a towel in. his hands, emerged from bollmd tho screen and addressed him''Take a seat 5 I?ll. bo with you in a moment." "With blazing face and sinking spirit lie obeyed, and, when the admira( took his soat, timid ly protested that he did not wish to bo impertinent. , ] " . '/Oh, no," tlid ndmiral replied, U1 doii't mind it; but if yoii.'d just afi soon do so, il'd .vathor you called me John."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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NOT A HORSEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 August 1908

NOT A HORSEMAN., Macauloy was destitute of bodily ' accomplishments. Ho coulcl neither swim nor ..rido nor drive nor.skato nor shoot.-. But ho viewed hia de- : floncies with indilTercnco touched witJu hMmor. r When in -attendance at Windsor as n Cabinet Minister, the historian was informed thalu horse was at his.i disposal. '.I( her Majesty wishes to seo mo ride/' said he, "she must order out an elephant,"

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A PRAIRIE FIRE. A Magnificent Spectacle and Terrible Expierience. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

A PRAIRIE FIRE. A Magnificent 'Spectacle and Terrible Expierience. The possibility of a prairie fire is not a life in which life in modern Canada appeals to the ordinary reader A young settler in the Far Wcsi gives a thrilling experience in the coursc of a letter to his friends at home. ll-Ie says: I ihave 'had an experience which, I trust, will never occur again-a very bad prairie ifirc. 'We arc in a district called the Craigantlcr, and its area is 280,000 aorcs of land. Yesterday af ternoon it was all prairie, last night at <M5 't was entirely burnt. It was this way. At four o'clock yesterday I was working about three and a half miles from the camp, w'hen, happening to turn round, I saw a huge volume of smoke curling up from behind a ridge in the direction of our shack. Well, I ran'ahead and told Mr. Van; conse quently at 4.10 wc were going for home as fast as the team could pull lis. When we got at the top of tiic ridge we could see that tflie fire was about two and1 a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

TO COYER GREY HAIR SJ Ladies should wear /one of the LATEST FHINOES now made on purejy hygienic HSGAARD 161 PITT ST" 'two doors from G.P.O.), SYDNEY. They are perfect copics 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. Full Transformations from £2 2*.; Switches of Natural Hair, now so much worn for making into puffs, from 7s. 6d- to £2 2s. ? Colorina (the only safe, reliable stala for trey hair). 6s. 6d. bottle-all colours. .' Ladies, write at once for Catalogue. Established ore* 20 yaara. HAVE YOU HEARD OF THEM? RILEY BROS, are sending thousands away every day, tive's what one or two contains. J For particulars of others write for our great | Sale Catalogue and List of Bargain Parcels. The C.P. Infants' Parcel, 20s.- Con. tains 4 Infants' Shirts. 2 Infants* Longcloth J Nightgowns. 2 Daygowns, 2 Long Flannels, I ftdoz. Flannelette Napkins, a Wool Wrap, pair I of Wool Bootees. Puff Box a...

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HIS ONLY FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

" HIS ONLY FEAR. He would terrorise the neighbours in I a m'ost- outrageous way, ! Broke the wide world's standing re cords in .athletics every, day, j while in pugilistic circles 'he could wipe men in the dust, j And show master-tricks at fencing laugh at»cvery cut and thrust. | He slew tigers in the jungle, and scalpcd rndskins on the plains. He chased lions across the mountains, and harpooned upon the main. He could break a bucking broncho, yes, and rope a Texan steer; -v Sling a bowie-knife ar hatchet, throw the boomerang or spear. In .hair-breadth escapes He gloried, did this worthy son of Mars, i And he'd Hck his weight in wild cats -kick them higher than the stfirs. But .his shoes were in -his pockets, and .his face was ghastly -white"; ?He was silent as an oyster when he climbed' the stairs at night. The terror of failure and the fear of coming to want keep multitudes of | people from o'btamiug the very things they desire, bv sapping their vitality, I by incapacitating them ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES FRUIT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

NEW SOUTH WALES FRUIT IN ENGLAND. IN May last tho Department of Agri culture forwarded to England eight cases of apples and two cases of citrus fruits, as exhibits at the lloyal Horti cultural Society's Show in London. Tho apples were grown at tho experi ment Farm, Bathurst, and were "Granny Smith," "Roiuo Beauty." and 11 Munroe Favourite." Tho lemons and, oranges were grown at tho Experi ment Farm, Pera Bore. Tho Minister of Agriculture has now received advice from the Agont-Goneral to tho effect that the whole of tho fruit arrived in most excellent condition and was effectively displayed at tho .Royal Horticultural Society's Show on the 23rd Juno. Tho exhibition was well attended, and among those present were a number of the most prominent horticulturists in England. The fruit was very favour ably commented tijion, and Mr. Coghlau expressed tho opinion that such ex hibits of our products.aro an.excollent advertisement for the State, as they roach ono of tho moist desirable classes...

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CHAPTER XXXVI. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

OTTAPTKH XXXVI. This sour informer, this hate-breedin . spy, Tin.-. c;im ker that eats up love's tonde sprinjCi This earry-t ale -distentions Jealousy That. somotimes true news, sometime false, doth hriiijr Knocks at my heart mid whUpers in min our. -Shakespeare's l'ooms. Tho night appointed fur (Ik* tnirodtu tiou of tlio exiles to tho family of Troi betskoij nlthough Kcarcoly a breath of ai was nUrring, proved tin intensely i:o> ono, for thoy wore now in tho midst ot Siberian wi?itor, when tho light of <li does not last moro than six hours; hu U) make amends, tho nights nro unco) monly clear and brilliant. It >V«n <;»Jy by ot n vory r.'if pnco that tlio three friends could Uq. (heir limits from five/in^, or (heir hloojl in circulation; whilst to guard against similar accident to that which had I efn Ion Jack Onrlin, thoy each woro a shoe - nlviii limbic. L So bitter whh tlu^ frost, that t!.o mk V no longer yielded wilh a crackling souj rt beneath their t...

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A SCOT'S WORTHY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

A | SCOT'S WORTHY. 'An old Peebles worthy and an TCnglish jlady were one tiny occu pants oil n railway carriage in nn Kdinburgh-boumI train. The train had been; waiting long at a certain station, nnd there was no appearance of its starting, .when the worthy re marked . , " They're a gey taiglesome lot hero/' ** I beg your pardon," said the lady. "I'm sayin' they're an awfu' daid lin' squad here," said the old fellow. " I really beg your pardon, sir," sho rejoined. " I'm romarkin' they'ro a vera dreich lot here the nicht," the old gentleman further ventured. " Really, I must again beg your pardon," said the lady, with marked embarrassment, " but I do not'eom prehend you." " T was just tryin' to say the train was late." he finally blurted. " Indeed, sir, it is very lato," agreed the lady. An-d tjo conversation collapsed. To-day (In France) wo enjoy the liberty of the theatre. £t is the only one to tyhich this nation of comedians seems to cling.'- "Republlque Fran calse," Paris.

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At the Butts. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

At the Butts. Twenty-one members of tha Fin ley rifle club competed, on Monday, lastfor the two guinea trophy dpn-. ated by Mr M. Murphy. Particulars, as. to conditions etc, appeared in our last issue. Mr G. Richens s'r, won the match with a handicap of six, 69, HThompson filling second place with a start of 4,-64, P. Wells third with a handicap of 2,-63, Robert Sutton fourth with a handicap of 5, -61. The scores were as follows, but those wlio failed to make fifty or un der were not supplied to us. Name " 500 600 hep total. Richens, G. 31 32 6. 69 Thompson, H. 30 30 4 64 Wells, P. 31 30 2 63 Sutton, R. . 29 27 5 61 McDowall, R. 31 26 2 59 Richens, j'rG. 27 26 .5 58 Mc Gillivray, D. 29 25 4 58 .Close, A. 30 27 s 57 Westerdale, jrj. 25 23 7 55 Mason' H. 25 18 9 53 , The criminal libel action against C. J. Haynes (The "Newsletter") will be resumed' to-day. The case is likely to last a considerable time, and the evidence will revive the Auburn murder for which Jones and Digby Grand wer...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XXXV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

t r A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XXXV.-Continued. "You received my loiter?" said the Prince, speaking in oxcellont Kronen, and at the same time looking cuy-hdly round him to ascertain that no one saw him ad dress thorn. , , . "And destroyed it us you desired, < ox claimed Henri, in his very best Parisian accent. , . "You aro no Englishman," observed one of tho party in tin; sledge, in a tone of surprise not unmixed with emotion. "I am a native of Franco," wa.s the re ! P'"Ma Patriot" oxulnimeil tlm former, I "ma hoi o patrio." His companions whispered a few words in tho ear of tho speaker, who throw him self hack in the vehicle with an air of im pationco. . «. » "And m.v name," added Henri, is "Farewell!" interrupted tho Pnnco, oro lio could finish tho sentonco. "I am forbidden to eonvcrso with anyono, and this is too dangerous a spot to bravo tho , iron laws of our task-masters in. I shall bo shooting with my sons." ho added, ' 111 tho neighbourhood of tho cave to-mor r...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

WIT AND HUMOR. . ,;Ho : Wlso -n heaitato; only fools aro certain. Sho i Aro you sure? llo ; I'm quito certain of it! First Little. Girl : Does your .father hat© work?. Second Llttlo Girl : Nol indeed; it never doue him no harm. Ho : But I didn't know your brother was Interested .in agriculture? Sho : Oh, yes; ho's been sowing wild oats for a long time. "Did Dinks havo a good timo on his holi day? . "I'm afraid not. When ho got back ho didn't seem any more tired than when ho went away." Bella : He fell in lovo with her photo graph, and ached /or tho original. Fred : "What doveloplsd? Bella : Sho gavo him tho negative. . , "Como back for something you havo for ? gotton, as uavial?" said tho butcher. "No," replied his sister, sweetly; "I've como back for something I'vo romcinbcred." ' Dora : "How long did it toko you to learn how to run la motor car? Skorcher : Ob, Ave or six. bora : What? Weeks? >:korchor: No; motor cars. Beautiful Widow: "Do you know, I'm 40 years old to-iday?'* G...

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Race Course Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

Race Course Trustees. A' meeting of the trustees of the Tocumwal Race course was held, last week at F. Staples' Hotel,, when it \\<hs decided to erect'a new fence dividing the ground from Mr Harrison's farm. The fence is to be erected free of cost to Mr Harri son. who will,'however allow the - timber for' posts to be takeii from: his land, and the old fence is to be come the sole property of the trus tees. The secretary was instructed to draw up an agreement to the above effect for Mr Harrison's ap proval. . ^ It was resolved, that in future alt accounts against the trustee^ must be rendered in writing with full details. The secretary was instructed to> pay all rates due by the trustees for the ground. Mr 'H. L. Tepper of Naratidera. , advertises 'that' his- representative will visit Einley on' the first and. third Tuesday of each month . The adherents to the local Metho dist Church have purchased a piece of ground in! the main street, with a. view of remqving the pres...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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SPECIAL TO LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

SPECIAL TO LHOIES. In another column Mr. IT. VYOgaard, of 1G1 Pitt-street, Sydney, advertises some special lines for ladies' lmir. Mr. Ogaard has been established in Sydney for upwards of twenty years, and ho enjoys a splendid reputation for high-class work. Our rcadors would do woll to drop him a post card for a copy of his cataloguo; or, bottor stilly, .if visiting tho metropolis givo him a call.

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HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

HEALTH' HINTS. Try rubbing a Httle oil of peppermint over corns. It will ease the soreness In the most marvellous manner. Damp hands are most unpleasant. Rub them several times a clay with a mixture of 4oz. of eau-de-Cologne and J/6oz. of tincturo of belladonna. A very good plclc-me-up Is five drops of tincture of'digitalis and half a tc spoonful of sal volatile In a wlnoglassCul ( of water. Do not take it too "frequently. I Warts generally show a weak state of health. Try covering them with a pinch of baking powder and then .moistening with vinegar. Leave on for ton minutes. Repeat this application until the warts wither away. Women who are always in a hurry and bustle not only rob life of half its charm to 'those who have the misfor tune to live with them, but they very often bring: heart trouble upon them selves. Bunions . are terribly disfiguring. Bathe the affected part in hot water to whlcli a teakpoonful of salt, a table spoonfuj of starch, and a few drops of arnica have been...

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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

Land Board. On Friday pud Saturday last Messrs'?. A. Trollope (chairman) and Mr C. B. Opitz sat at the Mo ama Court House, when the follow ing applications by Matlioura resi dents were dealt with - William Patrick Coppinger, far mer and contractor, of Mathoura, applied for special lease of 220 acres of travelling stock reserve near Mathoura,. for grazing and agri cultural purposes, and offered 3d per acre. , , ? ' _ The application was objected to by Mr Jameson, on behalf of Messrs F. S. Falkiner and Sons, who ware the present holders of the land tinder special occupation license. Mr Weir, district stock- inspector of Deniiiquin opposed the applica tion on the ground that the applic ant purposed feuciti g the land. The present holders did not put any im pediment in the; .way of travelling stock, which the fencing of the land would constitute, even though trav elling st6ck would have free access to the reserve. In view of tfc-evi di^ce against the application/10 Vvj. 1 we>'e payin...

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DAY DREAMS OF SCIENCE. Discoveries that will Revolutionise Existence. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

DAY DREAMS ,0F SCIENCE. Discoveries that will Revolutionise Existence. The day dreams of to-day are the realities of to-morrow. The most viv id imagination of a century ago could hardly have created ill its most ex travagant moments those wonderful mechanical aplpianccs, the telephone, the telegraph, and the motor car, which arc in daily use amongst us nowadays, lit seems likely, if we may believe the leaders in modern science, that the revolutions to be effected during the next decade or so will sur pass in magnitude even those of the last two generations. There is for instance a professor in Paris who has a machine designed to make you see what is going 011 in London or iNew York as easily as looking into a mirror. Or pei'liaps you would like to send your photo graph from iliere to London in a very 1 great hurry, so that it would reach I there to-morrow, in fact. A Danish : inventor, famous for his achievements ! with liquid air, has just completed an apparatus which, lie declares...

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Hic et Ubique. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 September 1908

Hie et Ubique. Bread in Yarrawonga is 4j^d for cash at the shops, if delivered an extra halfpenny will be charged Woods' Grout Peppermint. Cure, for coughs nud colds, never fails. 1« Uil. Is it not time a move was made in local cricket circles ? Or is golf going to knock it out of exist ence ?j ( . Tlie quick results of Chamberlain's Tablets fa the euro of Biliousness, and prompt relief of uil its bad symptoms ia something unequalled by any other mcuiclue. TOoy clcauso tlio stomach, clear out and geutly stlmulato tho liver, drivo away every symptom of pain, distress and discomfort. For sale ny L. Jcdscu & Co., Tocunwal & Finlev The Urana Council at a special meeting decided to" inaugurate a Sanitary system for Urana to come into operation with the beginning of next year. Mr A. E. Ariell, late bookkeeper at Tarramia Station who died re cenily was a son of Mr Ariell of the well-known manufacturing firm of Swallow and Ariell of Melbourne. The Savernake correspondent to ...

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