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WHY APPLE SAUCE WITH GOOSE. AND BREAD WITH BUTTER? [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913
WHY APPLE SAUCE WITH GOOSE. f AND DREAD WITH BUTTER ? Not Bo many yearn at;° prison &lt;liot consisted exclusively of skilly, bread, and meat, tho latter usually lean. The actual wcJj;H of food Riven In tlio v'ourso of the day was quite mifllclcnt to keep nn ordinary man In Itcnlth, yet prlnon:rs complained that they woro starved. Tho lnflr nmrlen were fitll, tho i»en*rnl henlth wan had, and It wns found dlfllcult to j;ct anything like a day's work out of tho men. Presently it \va:i lvaHuM that tho men's complaint;; were. r.nmino, Tli« human body la nn in .Inr which re quires mixed I'url, an I the prison faro wn* not t-uDUl nI»/ varied to keep prisoners in hr:.) h. It wan especially deficient. in fit, and that uccountcd ' for some n.ni devouring tallow cnndlr.s and roap. NO 1&lt;\\T ; NO IIKAl/PH. Gradually a change was brought, about. Cocoa was i;iv*n. a Miia'l (imount of fat. bacon jind of butler. Thoso en^a^ed In hurd outdoor work ivero allowed cheese. The result ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913
I've wandered Fast, I've wander ed West, ' I've seen of everything the best 1'lial money can procure ; But What attracted me I lie most, And made my life scenic, Was. that great World-wide rem ' . \. . . Woods' (ireat 1'epperihint Cure." Violent Pains and Purging.—"I rccommend Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy as being (lie most satisfactory medicine for colic, diarrluca or dysentery." writes Mr Cecil G. Ilooper, Store keeper, Wakefield, N'.Z. "At times I am seized with violent pain and purging and have tried several so-called cures but find nothing equal to Chamberlain';; Colic and Diarrhcca Remedy.'' Sold by J. Ci. Wilson, Tocumwal, Millar and Grover, Finlcy, and all" dealers in mcdicincs. There was a total cdipse of the moon 011 Monday night at 11 o'clock. Tlic niglit was cloudy, Which spoiled the effect to a gifcal extent. Watchers of the phenomenon were also dis turbed in their work by a very severe duststorni. It Sercngthoned My Throat. "I had a weak throat," writes Mr....
WHY HE COULD'NT READ. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913
WHY IIE COULD'NT nUSAI). They were diecuooing the right*! and wrongs of a Htrike,* and ntout and sirenuoun were the urgumentn on either Hide. "Look here ! Say I ain't tcllin' the truth ! Look- here !" Baid Bob, producing n newspaper and flourish ing it under Joc'h eye. Hut Jow ignored the profTerert literature. "I don't want to kco do newBpnper !" lie said loftily. "Wot I knows I known !'* "And that ain't much," raid Bob. "'Don't want to see the newspaper !M 'e don't. Why ? 'C!o:i 'o can't read. Uncdicated—that'n wot 'c Is !" Immediately Joseph'*) iro ro«o. "I'm a3 well edicntcd nfi you, Bob," 10 eafd, with dignity ; "hut, as I teamed in a night school, o' cour&Q I can't read in the dnytim£ !'•'
THE FARM. RAISING COLT BY HAND FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913
THE FARM. RAISING COLT BY HANI) I'UED ING. When a maro &lt;11 ea or has no m'ilk for bcr fonl, the latter may he mined o;i cowd*. milk, if tlic uU:nd»nt con' ducts tho work patently and intelli gently. The milk of a co.v that luiu rcccntly calved rhonld he clur.cn, preferably too, ono which r.iviH.mllk low In butter fat, for mniOM' milk, while rich in suj-.ar, in poor In fat., TI)« milk nhimM ho n-v^'h|j.:d with mobilises or suj;ar. ami d.luted witH wnrin water. A little of this jir.M'«,vd milk nhould be tfiven nUort interval! from a tteabled min iti r bottle an I lanrc rubber nipple. fan' idioald I u taken to keep 11m* hotllr and nfpphi ncrupulonsly clean. / n ounce &lt;,f llihn wnter fdiould be added In each pint of the prepared milk an I half rupfnl allowed once an hour at. llrat. An the fonl j:ro\vn, ilw fc»»&lt;lcr tdiould jTradtially inerenHo ilui amount of milk fed ami IcnfTthui tho Intervals between mcnH. In a few (lays food may he jjivrn nix timeu a ...
The Sin of ALISON DERING. CHAPTER III "It is My One Chance." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913
The Sin of • iALISON BERING. ■ (By the, author of "Diana" ; ' "A Tangled WcIj," clc., cle.) CHAPTER III —"ll is My One Cliunoc."— ; livery word the dead girl had s.|.iokcii, every word in tiic elder Mrs. Metcalfe's leUcr, pointed to tli; fuel, that Uosaimind was totally unknown t.i her hus band's family ; thai they had. tfovcr .•"cvjjti seen : her.'. hand-' writing, .much less her portrait.. They knew no more of her, than ^if she had been so 'much of a stranger as—for instance Alison Dering herself. And—if she, • Alison, could only remove her self from the prying eyes of the Jennings, from the shrewd bncs of Dr. Trench.ard; if slic could so arrange the maUir that'the address of the Metcalfes should remain forever unknown . to .tlicm, why then—what need pre vent her'from carrvin" out lier scheme in its entirety? What reason would she have to fear that her fraud would ever be discovered ? Fraud. That ugly word brought her hurrying footsteps to a*standstill,, brought her up short, as i...
CHAPTER V "I Must Go On Now." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913
CHAl'TEK V —"I Must Go On Now."- - "Coining to fclcli vou--reach Winchester tlucc o'clock.—Met calfe, Pailsham I Minlcy." . The above telegram was-put into Alison Dering's hands ;is she knell on the'door of hci bod 1 roo.u at tlie li'ilcl, where ^lio was engaged in packing ;i small anil uiioblrnsive-lookiii.g box. Il was the same box, which, mily five days ago, had stood in I he drawing-room of Mrs. Jennings' lodgings al .Southampton. wlrrn Alison's 'hands had searched ils contents for Ihc address that was written in straggling char acters on Ihc telegraph form she now held ; and some recol lection of that search, and of everything, to which it had led, made the givl scramble hurriedly to hcrv feel, and.shut down the lid of the box with a siiddcn gesture of remorse. "God forgive me," she whis pered, n. sol) catching her breath "1 wish—oil! I wish I had never done it,—and yet— and yet " She glanced again at the tele gram, and though its words were already engraved upon her mind, she ...
CHAPTER IV A Letter From Rosamund. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913
CHAPTER IV —A Lcltcr From Rosamund.— "Stanley—my dear Stanley, please come here quickly : come and sec this letter from poor dear Rosamund." The low voice was tremulous . with eagerness, and when Mr. • Mclcalfc hastened to his wife's boudoir, from his own dressing room into which it opened, lie found the invalid sitting up 011 her couch, her face flushed, her eves shining, an open letter held out to him in her shaking, hands. . "Stanley—the dear girl has arrived," she cxclaimetl, her voice more tremulous than be fore. "We must have miscalcu lated the dales. She is actu ally in England, and writes to say she hopes to be with 11s to morrow." "To-morrow—dear me, dear me," Mr. Mclcalfc ejaculated, talcing the letter from his wife, and adjusting his pincenez 011 his wellishaped nose, "Kvsa inund arrival? But why has she not conic straight to lis? Why did she not wire dircctly she landed S Dear me, dear me, I am'very sorry no one was at Southampton to meet her. Poor cirl—she must have fel...
FINELY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913
LOCAL AND, GENERAL. Mr. P. Bresnan, snr., who had a severe heart attack at the be ginning of the week, is now getting along as well as his friends can expect. During show week a. painful burning accident happened to Mrs. Bert Atkinson, of Finley, but she is now recovering well under medical attention.' During showweek the local business places report satis factory business. The accom modation at the different hotels was taxed to its ut.nio.st capacity, but the majority of the visitors, of course, departed for their .homes again that evening. . Senior-Constable Marshall, who has been in charge of the Finley station for over 6 years, has received notice of his trans fer to Canowindra, on the Bel abula river, in tile Forbes-Cowra district. Senior-Constable Byrne of Tocumwal, was in charge of the Canowindra station for the past 12 months. , , .To say the farmers are. jubil ant at the late splendid fall of rain is putting'it mildly. 1 About yo points fell, - enough to ensure a splendid s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913
PUBLIC) N0TICE8. Show MEW GOODS ARRIV ING. Watch 1 his Store For Them. CALL AND SEE THE NEW FA8HI0NS IN SPRING MILLINERY.' Jtisl u|k:ikm1 and imw \\;iiliii|; your inspection. COSTUMES, BLOUSES AND AND SKIRTS. In re;il pretty designs ;uid dainty Stylos. Beautiful Disp-'ay of New Dress Goods. WE have had most siu.Te„u:;f.til ojicnitij? sales of these.(joo'ds foul as there arc new Designs and ('"Inn," arriving every week wc liave still :: a |>ile of dresses for von to ehosc froin. BEDROCK PRICES WILL REICN THIS SPR1NC. 8AY GOOD-BYE TO YOUR OLD SHOES, Bccau.su perfection is mir ;:im in tliis Department just as nuicli as the more fashionable ones. Our shoes and boots are made by the best firms. Come and Prove it. - Your Opportunity 1108 Right Horo. GUESS YOU'LL LIKE THE 8NAPPY 8TYLES OF OUR SUITS. CENT8! Just leave your next order at the BROWN, GORKE 8UPPLY STORES. I And f delightful filling Suit, and clinking value for your money Last, But Not Least. A special Window Display this woo...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Registration of Dogs.—All dogs over the age of six months must be registered by tile end of September, otherwise instead of the fee being 2/6 the Police Magistrate may say "10/- and 61- costs." Owners of canine pets' should not fail to effect the necessary registration before the end of the present month.. Don't leave it until too late. Artificial Fertilisers.—In the N.S.VVt. Legislative Assembly last week, Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., for Corowa,' asked, the Minister for Agriculture had the sale of artificial fertilisers enor mously increased, to which Mr. Trefle replied that " they had. Mr. Ball then asked would the Minister take steps at once to amend the law to prevent adul teration on the lines of the Vic torian or Sojith Australian Acts Mr. Trefle answered that a bill. has been drafted and would be introduced when the state of the House permitted. • ' • Cobram Show.—The secretary of the Cobram show (Mr. A.' E. ■ Ross), informs us ' that tiie entries are coming in...
Tocumwal Guardian RIVEFINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913. NOTES ON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913
Tocumwal Guardian RIVEFINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913. NOTES ON NEWS. The Albury "Banner" spilis a lot of ink in the last issue in de nouncing the method of seleeti m adopted in connection with the choosing of -the candidate to represent the Labor interests for Corowa at the forthcoming State elections. A Mr. Tomkins, of Canterbury, Sydney, was "se lected," and it now transpires that out of a total.of 65 votes cast for tliQ successful candidate (there were three contesting the doubtful honor), no less than 61 were polled at Tocumwal. The "Banner" writer, who seems to have some aversion to Tocum wal, says it was a hole and cor ner selection, and implies that the selection was worked from Tocumwal. As a matter of fact he is very far out in his recon ing. Witli the method of select ing a candidate we have little 11 say at this stage, but it does' seem ridiculous that a few members of the Political. Labor League at Tocumwal should have ch...
RULE FOR MEASURING TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913
RULE FOR MEASURING TANKS. Add together the lop area and the bottom area together with four times the middle areas, divide the result by 6, and multiply by the depth. If the measurements are in feet divide by 27, aud the result will then be the size of the exca vation in cubic yards. Top ... 60 x 80 4800...top area Bottom 20 x 20 400...bottom area 40 x 50 x 4 8000..'.middle area 13,200 13,200 divided by 6—'2,200 2,200 x 10 (dcplli)--22,000 cubic feel 22,000 divided by 27—8,1 •!—urea of tank in cubic yards. If you want to Dud size -before sinking you can obtain the length and breath of what the bottom will be on completion. Thus : This tauk has the top measutemeuta 60ft. by 80ft. ; depth, loft. ; Mopes on three sides, 2 to i, and on one side (the roadway; >1 to 1 ; in the Uteadth, 2 to 1 for 10ft.—20ft, this on either side—40lt. This sub tracted from 00ft. leaves 20ft. iu breath at the bottom. In the length on one side, 2 to 1 slopes x 10— 20ft.; and on the remaining side, which is...