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Finley Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 September 1908

v.' Finley Post Office. Mails elo.se at" the Office as fol lows.:- . . ' ' ' ; ? Daily-Fot Sydney, T.P.O. south west, Naraudera, Jerilderie. and. . Berrigan, at 7 a.m. Train leaves., at 7.35 Daily - For Melbourne and Tocumwal, at 8 a.m. Coach leaves at S.30. For Deniliquin, on Mondays, ' Wednesdays, and Frida3's, at 7.30 p.m. Coach leaves at 8 p.m. For Pine , Hills, Fridays only, at 7.30 p.m. For Jerilderie via Springfield, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur- - days, at 6.30 p.m. Coach leaves at 7 p.m. ARRIVALS From Sydney, -T.P.O. south .west;-. Narandera, Jerilderie, and. Berrigan, at 7.^0 p.m. daily. T?rom Melbourne and Tocumwal,. at 7. p.m. daily. From Deniliquin on Wednesdays,, Fridays, at 12.30 a.m. On Sun day atv4 p.m. From Pine Hills, on Sundays, at 4 p.m.' . . . ' . From Jerilderie, on ^Tuesdays, Thursdays, and' Saturdays, at 8.30 a. in. M.W.CLIFFORD, Post Master.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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IMPROVEMENT IN POTATOES. SOME NEW VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 September 1908

IMPROVEMENT IN POTATOES. ! SOME NEW VARIETIES. Mr James Martin, of Gladesv He, New South Wales, who devotes considerable time and attention to agriculture on a small scale, collected, during" a recent visit to Great Britain/ no fewer thai> 17 choice varieties of seed potatoes from the. famous potato-growing centres of England, Ireland and Scotland. The varieties' (says the "Town and Country Journal") included the British Queen, Sharpe's, Victor, Langworthy, King Edward VII., Epicure, Duchess of Cornwall, Empress, Factor, Klondyke, Damascus, and others, all of which have been tested by Mr Martin in his little cultivation patch at the rear of , the Gladesvllle Post Office, with most j satisfactory results,so far as the above-} j named varieties are concerned. 1' NEW VARIETY, "BIUTISH_ QUEEN."? The British Queen especially proved a great success, the conditions hero ap parently being extremely favorable to ita growth. The samples shown in the accompanying photograph represent some o...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 September 1908

Tocumvval Post Office. ARRIVALS, Berrigan, Sundays, Wednesdays;. . Fridays,.11 a.m. Finley, daily at u a.m. Jerilderie,: Tuesdays, Thursdays,, aiid Saturdays, n a.m. Sydney, Tuesdays, Thursdays,, and Saturdays at n a.m. and p.m. Tuppal Mail, ' Tuesdays, Thurs days,and Saturday?, 2 p.m. Deniliquin, Tuesdays and Fridays. 5 p.m. ' Barooga and Mulvvala, Tuesdays,. Thursdays, and Saturdays, 9 p.m. Yarroweyah, 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. Berrigan, Tuesdays, Thursdays,;: and Saturdays, at 4 p'.m. Deniliquin, Wednesdays, and; Saturdays, 6*a.m. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, at 6 a.m. Yarroweyah, Cobram, Numurkahi and Melbourne, daily at 11.10 a.m.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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FARM AND FIELD Breeding of Lambs. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 September 1908

FARM AND FIELD Breeding of Lambs. For several years experiments in the breeding of lambs have boon conducted .with much success, at t.he "VVagga State Farm, New South "Wales. The follow ing breeds have ';een tried:-Shropshire, Border-Leicester, Dorset-Horn, Lincoln, Suffolk, - Hampshire, and Cotswold, but some of them tiavo had only a limited trial. So far tho results havo been in favor of the progeny of tho Shropshire rams from the Lincoln-Merino- owes. Tho stock resulting from this cross is shapely, making very rapid growth, -dressed weights of 40 to GO lb at four to fivo months being numerous, while the drop in all seasons has been of even character. Very few lambs have to ba rejected at sale time. Under adverso conditions their loss of weight has been lefts than that of any other cro3s-brecd», and'thcir gain under hand-feeding in a season of drought has been greatest.. , The Border Leicester ram' on the Lin coln-Merino ewes has produced lambs of excellent type, which, slightly e...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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MAKING MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 September 1908

MAKING MEAD. The best honoy makes tho best mead. Any good honey that has not found a ready- sal©-'might be conyerted into a really delicious beverage. There are many gqod recipes, but the following Is that py which Mr Symington made his mea^ that carried off the gold medal in England:-Take six gallons of water and boil; in it 241b of honey for halt an hour, removing all the scum. Then add 3oz. hops and boil' again for a quarter of an hour. Strain into a cooling vessel, and when lukewarm stir in six table spoons of brewer's yeast. Let it work for 24 hours, then remove the head and put it into a five-gallon cask into which has been put a bottle of brandy and two lemons sliced. Leave out the bung and allow it to work, filling up with spare | liquor. Bung down when' the working j ceases, and bottle In two years (if you ' can keep it so long). To vary the quan 1 tlty made the proportions will be found I to bo per gallon of water:-41b o£ honey, ^oz. hops, 1 tablespoon of yeast.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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BACHELORDOM. HIS REASONS WHY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 September 1908

: BACKELOBJOOM. ^HIS REASONS WHY. Sir Rudolph Slatin, Inspector-General of tho Soudan, is an extremely interest ing personality. Ho was born in Aus tria, and when a youqg man went to Egypt, where he attracted the attention . ol General Go.rdon, who appointed him Governor of Dar'fur. Later on, in-1884, ho was capturedvby the' Mahdl, and for ? twelve year3 suffered the most-horrible Indignities. After many-adventures, he ' managed to escape, and some of .his ex periences have been graphically de scribed in his interesting book, Fire and Sword in tho Soudan. Sir Rudolph Is a confirmed bachelor, though some time ago It was seriously rumored that ho was about to become a Benedict. Rumor became so persistent that one day a friend asked him if th® report of his engagement were true. "1 marry?" asked Sir Rudolph, with a smile. "No, thank you. I have been a prisoner for twelve years already-never agalnl" ?? © when the true Interosts of shipping wxi tho rights of the shipowner are in r*mtrove...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 September 1908

GENERAL NOTES. : The "best milkers are those that are loosely built from last rib to hips and roomy in the flank. A cow with good digestion will ensure profit to the owner. i At the last Royal Dublin Cattle Show strongest sections were Shorthorns and Aberdeen Angus. The latter breed has become very popular in Ireland in re cent years, owing to their milk-produc ing qualities^ j There is less poor milk and rancid butter in the winter than in the sum mer. The reason Hes In the. fact that 1 things may be kept cooler in. the wln I tor. .The easiest way to prevent souring ! and fermenting in the milk and . butter Is to keep things perfectly cool. . A farmer must endeavor ' to obtain from his cows milk, not only satisfac tory in quantity, but of a rich quality. In this respect it is equally necessary to keep a record of the quality ox! the milk from -each cow in order to get rift of animals that regularly yield poor1 milk, . The Lincolnshire Farmers* Union, England, has taken action to in...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A WORK OF CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

A WORK OF CHARITY. Two Highland fanners met on their -way to church. "Man," said Donald, "I was -won dcrin' what you will -be. askin' for yon bit sheep over at your stedin'?" te Man/' replied Dou.gal, {i I was thinkin' I wad be wantin' fifty shifi lins for that sheep." " I will tak' it at that," said Don ald. {( Uut, och! man, Dougal, ,1 am surprised at you doin' 'business on the Sawbath," " Business!" exclaimed Dougal. " Man, sellin' a sheep like that for fifty sliullins is riot 'business at all; it's just charity."

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ONLY A POET. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

ONLY A POET. An amusing story in connection .with Wordsworth is related Gy ' an American author, who was a great tdmirer of 'his poetry. ^ . Whilst on a visit to the Lake Dis trict, he lost his way in a vain at tempt to discover the residence of the poet. Happening to meet an elderly woman, clad in a scar'et cloak, gath ering sticks, lie asked her the way to Royal Xioiint. She was unable to tell him. iu much surprise, the American' exclaimed, "-Not know the .house of the great Wordsworth?" "?No; 'but what is lie,great in? Is he a preacher or a doctor? " « Greater than any .preacher or doc tor," replied -the tAmerican; he is a .poet." _ "Oh, the ipoctl" she replied. i( And why did you not tell me -that before? I know who you mean now, ,1've often n\et him in the "woods Ja1> ibering his ipottery to hisself. But I'm not afraid of him. He's quite harmless, and almost as sensible as you ore me."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

HAVE YOU HEARD OK THBM? RILEY BROS, arc sending' thousands away every day, Here's what one or two contains. Por particulars of others write for our great Sale Catalogue and List of Bargain Parcels. The C.P. Infants' Pnrool, 20a.- Con tains A Infants' Shirts. 2 Infants' Longctoth Nightgowns. 2 Daygowns, 2 Long Flannels, idoz. Flannelette Napkins, a Wool Wrap, pair of Wool Bootees. Puff Box anil Powder, Safety Pins, Swathe, etc. Ttio O.P. 30s. Bedroom Bate.-Coa talns ? pair *f Double Bed Blankets, a pr.lr of Hemmed Sheets, a pair of Pillow Slips, a Toilet Cover, a pair of Lace Curtains, a Full also Doubts Bed Quilt aud a Length of Best Musllo for bed or window dtaplnff. Tbs lot for 80s., and carriage paid. LEY BROS* George and Bathurst Sts.. Sydney. WB PAY CAKK1A0B. Road This.-Don't forget our wnn bundle of remnants for Wr».. worth ;<? CARRIAGES BUGGIES SULKIES kmm & SON, 165-167 CASTLEREAGH ST.. SYDNEY (Between Market and Pack Sts.) Buggies with shafts, S20. IVe wi...

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A LESSON IN TACT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

A LESSON IN TACT. When a tactful host entertains a tactful guest, tihere is sure to be re warding conversation for the onlook er and listener. "What do you think of our place, un the ?whole?" asked Mr. Brown, as he stood with his old school friend on Ihc doorstep, waiting for the car riage which was to bear the t\\;cnty foitr hours' guest away. ".Rather a good little .place," said Mr. Ray, impartially. -'Perhaps a bit bare now, but 110 doubt time will change all that." " Yes, indeed," said his host, with great heartiness and no hint of of fence. '.'! hope before yon come again tlie trees and shrubs will have made a good growth-then you'll see a change.'-'

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SHE MADE SURE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

SHE MADE SURE. A Istdy, entertaining an important guest, was giving final instructions to lic'r new. maid just arrived, from the country. "Now, Polly," she said, "in the morning take a jug of hot water up to Mr. Clumilcigh's room. He sure . not to forget this." "No'm," Polly answered. The lady thought no more of the matter until the next day, when, .at noon, she remarked casually, "Of course, Polly, you carried the hot wat er up to Mr. Chumlcigli's room this morning! " Polly beamed. "Why, yes'm; I was'so frightened I'd forget it, I took it up overnight."

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

WIT AH1 HUM. BJqx: Slykerr seems to t"iard lib ,houor jealously. Kncx: Wtsll. I don't blatiiO'him he hao 6uch a Ilttlo bit left, you Rmv\V Mabel: Did he stutter when ho proposed? 13!be]; No; I don't think bo. Mabel. Rcallyl H'i must have improved! j "la Howard stlngy7" "Is bo stlngy?/*\Vby, tbct.mau.won't CYCD buy a calendar for feat be may not live tbe year out to use it up!" Masistrate: What happened between' your noli aud complainant, O'Brien: I think, Bor. a half-dozen brlcLa and a lump of pavlcg stono. Sho (after 12): And would you really" put yourself out for ray sako? !le : Indeed, I would. She: Then do it, plcaco; I'm awfully sleepy. Tlie Doctor: You understand, don't you, that this is only to bo u«od externally? The l'atk'Ut'8 Wife: Sure, air, J alius makes biui set out o' bed to drink it! Uneasy Passenger ion board an ocean steamship): Doesn't the vessel tip frightfully? Digujflcd btcward: The vessel, mum, is trying .to set a good example to the passengers. "A jealous girl...

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FRIDAY, SEPT., 25th 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

FRIDAY; SEPT., 25th 1908. Tuppalshearing "cutout" at2 15 p m to-day. The Cobrara Show will take place on Tuesday next. .The picnic at the Rocks will be held on October 7th; when a 'hearty welcome/vvill be extended to all Mr H. Tapper's (dentist) repre sentative will visit Finley on Oct.. 6th. ERRATA.-Jarretv Daniels. In the above case o£ last week, we stated the name, of complainant as Garret. It should have been Jarret. HELD OVER.-Owing to a rush of advertisements, we are compelled to hold over a quantity of reading matt er, including report of Shire Council meeting (in type) till next issue. Jersey Grinham of Finley is1 now appointed to the permanent staff of the postal department. Mr Bennet left the local office for Bingara last Tuesday.' His place has bieen filled with a £60 a year officer.. "Woods' Great Popjwrralnt Cure,. j for ooughs aud colds, ubror fails.' Is Wd. j Mr J Stephens, horse dentist, Will be in the Finley district in a few days Farmers and others who require his ...

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A DIFFICULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

A DIFFICULT CASE. A .physician rcceivcd lale one even ing a nolo from three of his fellow practitioners: "l'Icasc step over to the club and join ns at a rubber of whist." "Emelie, dear," he said to his wife, "here 1 am called awaiy asain. It ap pears to be a difficult case-there arc three other doctors oil the spot al ready."

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NURSERY NOTES. TEACHING BABIES TO DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

NUHSERY NOTES. ' TEACHING BABIKS TO DRINK. Wlu'llicr untilrnll.v reaiwl or fi'<l on tlio lioltle n baby should at 12 montlis old (sn.vs a contemiiorary) bo taught to drink from a cup 0r glass. This accomplishment is very useful, if only to tnko the draughts of puro water which aro so necessary to his well-being. Who could fancy sucking water through a feeding-bottle ? At one year old, - many children take cow's milk undiluted, but beware; of their being allowed to drink it in long draughts, especially uncookod. A certain amount of raw milk is desirable, but it must only be sipped slowly, and the addition of a pinch pf salt will greatly help digestion There is no need to serve Use milk for baby monotonously, for arc there not milk and hot water, warm milk, and now milk ? COKCERNING EGGS. ' About this time eggs begin to form an important item of diet, but, save in puddings, eggs should not bo given a child of twelve mouths old moro than twice weekly'. Id vim then it will be...

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Burial Without Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

Burial Without Inquiry.. Mr Ormonde Butler the coroner" for tlie Deniliquin Police District 0111 Thursday Inst at the Police Court referred to an article which appeared in the "Guardian" a few weeks ago ? in reference to the above subject. -"He said he felt as the paper was* 'published in Tocumwal it was only correct to refer to the matter, here.. The article was evidently^ written by some person who was ignorant of the facts of the case, which, was a reflection on the police magistrate' aud the police. , Proper inquiry had been made by the Sergeant of Police, from, the mother of the child and others, and he (the coroner) had also made en quiries from Drs. Warren and Heald.. The article suggests that a post mortem examination should have been, ordered by the police magis trate; but I will not order any wom an's child to be cut up to please any: newspaper or the public. The.order for burial was given by' me, and if there is any neglect it is by the shire council, who should have the ...

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MIKE'S SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

MIKE'S SUGGESTION. 'Wandering Mike applied for help at a house where the mistress made it a rule never to turn anyone away empty-handed. "Here's a penny for you, my man," she said. "1 am not tfmntr it to you for charity's sake, -but bceausc it pleases .me." "Thankee, mum," said Mike ro^uish 1A "but couldn't you make it two pence and enjoy yourself thoroughly."

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

USEFUL HINTS. | Ammonia painted ovdr woodwork I will darken it. Blacklead mixed with vinegar will bo found to give a specially good polish to the kitchen .stave. Whole cloves scatccrocl plentifully among clothing in drawers and boxes will keep away moths as eftcc tuall.v as camphor. I When cleaning knives add a little carbonate of soda to the batlibrick I on the board. They will pettish | much quicker. I Ink stains on silver or plated articles may be removed with a I paste made of ehlortd-o of lime and ' water. This should be left on for a ? little while, and then washed off in warm water. I I Carpets should bo beaten on the I wrong side first, and then, more gently, on the right. Never put a carpet down on a damp floor, for , tlvis often results -'n the carpet be , coming mfldeweii. 0 ( If fat or milk boil over on the kitchen stove, salt thrown on it will keep down the smell. If hot grease be spilt on table or floor, cold water thrown on it will set it and prevent its sinking into ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

TocumwaTCof E. . Flower : : : Show ,. ' ' and Meadow Fete. !To be m::.u ON THE . . T4tbf 15th. "Bih and 17ih Oct, / .' , ? .. GROUND WILL BE ILLUMIN ' ATED WITH ] 50 GAS JETS. .' Motor ©ars, ©cea'm Waves, . Swing Boats, . V . N Galleries ?:A$mfcsion 6d. Children Half Piice. - 1- Two Pelargoniums 2s 2 One Palm ... ... 2s 3 Asparagus ... 2s 4 Foliag-i Plant ... 2s 5 Collection of pot Plants ' 7s 6cl 6 Azalea ... ... ......... 2s 7 Smilux ... ... ... 2s 8 Two Een-'iiias2s 9 Pot Hjsr'.Heru... ,2s 10 .'.'Hanging Bir.Ss'it ' .... te ll Cactus sg.; ' 12 . Coilcc.io.. o;'Fenis..'.. 2s . 13 Qy;la:iu;i '...; ... 2s' .14 CqU£.eicoa'Asi»idisteii ... 2v .15 . Dracaena ... ... ... ... 2s O ' V \ ft. ? .' @UT FL0WESS.' 1 Collection of Petunias ... 2s 2 Collection of Stocks "... 2s ' 3 Six Verbenas ... 2s 4 , Collection of Roses ... 5s 5 Champion Rose os 6 Three Sweet William ... Is /7 Six Carnations ... ... Is '8 Six Pinks ... ... ...Is '9 Collection of Poppies ... 2s 10 Collection of Cut Flowers ...

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