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CHAPTER XXXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

CHAl'TICU XXXIX. Ah mo! how oft will fancy's epulis, in slumber Keenll my country to my mind; Now oft regret will |>i<l mo siidly number Kaeli hist delight and dear friend loft behind! Dreams of the land where all my wishes centre. Those seniles which I am doomed to know; Full oft shall memory trace-my soul's tormentor .And turn each ploa&uro past to presont woe.-M. G. Lowis. hen Henri paid his next visit to tho j whin of Iho Troubotskois, they received 1 mm wilh that silent melancholy greeting with which wo moot a follow monrnor. Ilis wolcoino was a kind, though sad one; ho divined from it, and rightly, that tho Princess had informed her family of tho approaching loss of their tutor and com panion in misfortuno. "I know all." ho said, as ho shook Alexia by tho hand. , Tho young man regarded him with sur prise. ".Julian infonnod mo/' ho added. "Think you that my grandfather is con scious of tho near approach of " He would not bring his lips to pronouncc tlio fa...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

The Rainfall. The following table shows ii» points the . rainfall as recorded officially at the lnnlr.y Post Office 1899- I9®° I 1901 igoi . 1903 j 1904 1905 190 0/ I 366 (124. 245 . ' 324 . iff?'' 221 §3: 25 15 30 241 .26 I32 '165. .. 242 .154 181 65 '' 7 . 96 . 1 188 nil 10 152 32' 113 37 165 ' 12 "384 12-35 140 44 H17.94 112.83 ||11.90 118.38 I14.95 115.08 6 , 55 186 216 ' 3l< 300 205 ~ 35' 283: :1"78 99 ?'238 49 24 5' '57 . 257 211 166 35 283 86 5' 208 59 40 241: l58 152. 306 62 .127. 140 10 1907 nil ] 8 i 5>9 11 35i '260 90:. 298 . 354 335 . 170 143 146 24 j- 59 1 OS . 97 178 '25 '39 67 39 2(1 ?27 25-39 I 13.20 A. i'rionu of tlio Family ta i)i SholUon'B Now Dlscovory, tUo woll-kumvn ruinmly for nil Cheat uu<i Luiik Trouble*; In 0*1 imil per Ijottle. OW tuluuljlc at L.Jcnscu A: Co, Tocmuwal & r luleju For chrome I'bewt complaints . "Woods' Gceut iVi'in-Tuiiut. nun;. la Oil

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XXXVIII—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

. t ?A TALE OF THE CBIMEA, CHAPTER XXXVIII-Continued. At tho namo of tho Hebrew iv dark frown gathered on tho brow of tho Polo, who felt as mou fool who huvo conscious ness of tho enemy with whom tlioy huvo one day to engago in tho Jiorco btrugglo for life and deutli. As for .Tack ho was delighted with tho idea of tho change, which promised to give him moro of his young master's so* ciot.y than ho had lately been favoured with. lie felt proud, too, of having been of uso instead of a burden to him, ami arranged, in his own mind tho instant'ho reached tho cabin, to set nhoiiL construc ting a 11 (iinbi)i' of fresh traps. "Don't 'eo fear, Alaster i. barley, the Govornor* shall have .skins enough. Wo won't leave it rut in the country." "A sable you mean," observed our hero, with a stnilo. ''That bo tho llooshian namo for tin. I .suppose," replied tho lad, "but I call Un rats, only their coats ,bo a little moro soft and their tails moro bushy than in our country." Although no naturalist, ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

rare 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 tjulckly, are elegant In appearance,'and pleasant to take. "I am writing to you to express my thanks for the Frootolds which I received from you some time ago. My mother, who was a great sufferer from Headache'and Bilious Attacks for many years, has been taking them, and has found complete relief from them." L.-PATCH, Pelican Creek, Corakl, N.S.W. Kindly send by return post two separate bottles of Frootolds for Indigestion, &o. I got a bottle from you before, and am pleased-to say they have done me good." . . E. PIKE, " Myrtle Cottage," Manlldra, N.S.W. "Your 'Frootojds' is the only medicine I bare 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 F«50t0ld3 for Indigestion. I got some from you two ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A £1000 Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

A £1000 Watch. There is qn' view at-the 'Franco-. British Exhibition, a: £1000 -watch,; which was made " to the order of an American gentleman by a -west-end firm of watchmakers. The 'high iprice is not due to any embellishment of precious stones-the watch has a plain case-but to its marvellous workmanship. It is keyless, wtftb dials at the iront and back, strikes the hours and«quarter like a clock, re peats the hours and minutes at will, shows (Greenwich meantime, equation' of time, sunrise and sunset, moon's rising^and setting,-.phases and age of moon, tides, <lays of week and of tlie month, and constellations. 'High and low' water arc indicated on a dial which turns once in 24 hours 50 min utes 28 seconds. Another dial turn ing once in 24-hours is divided into 2fyl/j equal parts, the lunar days. Ai lar.ge astronomical dial turns 1464 times in 1460 days, and shows signs of the Zodiac, constellations, * and suns' declination north and south.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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TO THE POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

TO THE POINT. It was five minutes before noon. Tho Provost and the* chairman of the School Board had spoiit an hour talking tp the school children,- and-; just before the stroke of the gong, a quiet- little man, a local tradesman, was called upon to follow them. "Children," he said, pointing to ward the' window, "as you go out from tho school in about two minutes you will see a gang of men who ara . now shovelling cinders into a rail way train. They aro earning eigh teen shilling's aweek. -. "Besides them is a timekeeper earn ing thirty shillings. "At tho head of the train is an engine driver getting two pounds ten, and over him is an engineer earning ten pounds a-week. "What is tho difference between those men? Education. Get all you can of it." Neither over-zeal nor revolution has boon Russia's greatest . enemies; but rather inertia:, remissness, and lack of idustry.-"St Petersburger Zeitung," St» Petersburg,

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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CONCRETE FENCING. POSTS AND MOULDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

CONCRETE FENCING 0 . POSTS AND MOULDS. In making* fcncc posts of concrete, there Is perhaps no better composition than one part Portland cemcnt, two parts sharp sand and throe parts grave}, crushed stone or crushed slaj?. The size of the crushed stone may... vary from tho size of, hazelnuts down to tarse sand pralns.j Tho post shown In Fig. 2 and detailed In Fig. 3 is three Inches squaro at top, O'/fc in square at tho bottom and seven feet long. It contains one cubic foot of solid concrete. One. and one-half barrels cement, one half cubic yard of sand, and three-quar ter yard gravel will make 20 posts. The implements necessary to mako ^these posts are shown in Fig. 1. Tho illustrations arc taken from the "Michi gan Farmer," which uives the following particulars: "The posts should he made on a floor that" is solid, and will not sway when loaded. A concrete floor is best. This floor should be sprinkled with dry sand and the mould (Fig. I) placed and filled. ' Fig 1. The mould is then ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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RETURN OF THE SWORD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

RETURN OF THE SWORD. The War Office lmve decided, tlie Lon don correspondent of the "Manchester Guardian" states, that officers arc again to wear the sword on active service. Durlnff'the South African war the sword was discarded, and officers were in structed to carry the rifle, like their men. The Japanese war, however, has led to a reconsideration of the matter. On the one side there was the fact that the possession of a sword singled an officer out for the enemy's sharp shooters; on the other, the moral value given to him by being different at all points from his men The Japanese ex perience has turned the scale, and tho old order la to bo re-established* . '

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

PEHCY MEILLOM, Solicitor, &c., ./ E R / L D ER t E , Commissioner for Takiug Affidavits 111 New South Wales and Victoria. "Will visit Fiuky nnd Tocumwal 011 Montlilj Court Duyn (Pinloj- Thursday, Tocumwal Friday, Jbllottisg Ulid Holiday), auil wIilu r«inir«l. Tr^at Slouoya to Lend (in approved security in amount nt lowest current Rites of interest. SARCHIBALD C. TUTHHA, Solicitor &c./~ ATTENDS Tocumwal every Thursday Afternoon and will re main for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales. ittacUiizk Brothers Stock Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneers, etc. JERILDERIE. Stock Lists on application. Clearing and Special Sales conduc tedinany partoftheDistricts :-Fin ley, Berrigan, Jerilderie, Tocumwal Moama, Mathoura, Barhatn, Moula aueiu, and Deniliquin. (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) ' CAMPBELL, r StL AUCTIONEERS NTJMURKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held atNum tirlrah, Katamatite, Stratlimerton, sad Tocumwal, Horse sales held a...

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

SOMETHING REALLY NEW! THE CROP MAKER. Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the 66\ PATENTED AND ' MANUFACTURED BY ' at ? ? . ?- "? His Steam Imolement Works, FINLET, NEW SOUTH WALES.'; Write to him for full particulars of the Imperial " Ideal ; / Disc Cultivator and copies of Testimonials from practical farmers. :i ;»-l3id/you. ever see a-.better. lifetoportianed- or more simple-looking Implement""it is- just; -as goodias-'i .it looks. It is made right/work's right, and is not an untried experiment. It has a record.UN .SURPASSED by any like tool o|i the market. Its praises are sounded from all parts of the State in fact from many other States . , The "IDEAL " is built of iron and steel, well braced up and stayed, and is mounted on three .massive iron-wheels. It is practically indestructible. Send a post card to J. T. CLOSE, Finley, N.S.W., for full particulars and testimonials. \ i Tn . Begs to; Advise Commercial Travellers,and the Travelling Public that he is now Running a Spe...

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

BIRTH. Wsus.-On the 22nd instant, at Finley, the wife of P. M. Wells,-a son.

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

The Rainfall. The f611ovving shows in points the rainfall as recorded officially at | the Tocumwal Post Office: January ... February ... March April May June ' ... July August September.... 956

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CARTE BLANCHE EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

CARTE BLANCHE EXTRAOR DINARY. "Here is a ,poem which you may publish in your paper," said a young man with eyes in a fine frenzy rolling, as lie entered the editorial room. "1 dashed it off rapidly in an idle mo ment, and you will find it in its rough state, as it were. You can, o! course, make such corrections as you think necessary." "Ah, much obliged," said the ed itor. " Iwill give you a cheque for it at once." . "You arc very kind," said the con tributor. "I shall be delighted." "There you arc," said the editor, .handing him a cheque. "Many thanks," cx-claimcd the young man; (cl will '"bring you some other ipocms." When he «got to tflie door he sud denly paused, then he came back. "Excuse me," he &aid, "but you forgot to fill up the cheque. You have- not written the <late, nor the* amount,_ nor have you signed your name." "Oh," said the editor, "that's all right; You see, I have given you a cheq\te in its rough state, as it were, You: can, of course, make suc...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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THE "DAILY TELEGRAPH" FARRER SCHOLARSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

THE "DAILY TELEGRAPH" j FARRER SCHOLARSHIP. | I Tin: regulations to bo observed in con nection with tlio above Scholarship originally provided ' that the first examination, which is to bo held in December next, was to bo open for all .first yoar ,students of:the«Wugga."\Vaggu <l,1arm School only,,and the second in December, 100U, was to ho open for similar-students of tho .Bathurst Farm School, and so on..in -alternate years. It has now been decided that tho Scholarship will bo thrown open for competition between tho students of both farms at "Wagga "Wagga and Batlmrst at each examination, and .further, that tho successful student will .bo allowed to tako his second year at any of-tho Agricultural Schools, the llau'kesbury Agricultural College, and tho Wagga Wagga or Bathursfc .Experi ment 'L'arins, ;provided he has already spout 0110 year at.0110 of those institu tions. .

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

.I ~ ~ INTERPRETATIONS. A cricket match had been arranged between the married and the single of a'Midland villagv. and post-cards 'had been sent' to . those selected, -worded thus:- ' Dear Sir,-'You arc selected to fllay in the (Married) team next Saturday at H -.-Yours 'truly, Mr. Hon. Sec., Swipems C.C. iN.B.-Be there at 2.30 sharp. ?One of the recipients, a cowman named Biles, was rather ipuzzled to know what "N'.B." meant, and asked his employer. "Why," said that worthy, -with a twinkle in his eye, " 'N.B.-no 'beer, o' course I" "Oh, ah," said Biles, looking very much surprised. Next morning Mr. lion. sec retary of the Swipems C.C., received the following communication: Deer Sir.-I rite these few lines to tell ycr as 'ow Father ain't coming' ter yer match. 'Tain't as 'e wants the beer, it's the Hinsult of it, -Yours | truly, T. Biles.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. TUB following Crown Lands bavo been gazetted as available (or Settlement on tho dates given below ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD SELECTION GUNNEDAII LAND DISTRICT, within Gunncdah I'oiiulation Area, Ofli acres in 2 blocks of 4(H and 50 acres, distant 2.1 miles from Guiuicdah; suitable for grazing; aniiunl rents for first term, lis. ml. ft"" 12a. Gd., respectively. ' Available otn October, 1D08. (II. S.'Arca No. 1,0(17.) MOLONG LAND DISTRICT, 302* acres, in 8 blocks, in nreas rallying from 33 acres 1 rood 20 porelies to 403 acres, distant i to 2 miles from Kugowra and 24 miles fioni Forbes ; suitable for agriculture ; annual rents for lirst term, 25s. -<1. to\l ih. 2«l. per .noro. Available »Sth October, lUi)S. (II. b. Area No. 1,070.) ! riCTON LAND DISTRICT, within Cnmp bolltown l'opulation Area, oil acres 2 roods I perch, i» 28 blocks, m uroun ranging from 7 acrcs 10 perches, to -U acres 3 roods HO perches, distant 2J to 5 inilcH from Campbelltown and 2J to 4 n...

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FLOUNCE FOR A WHITE PETTICOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

FliOUNCE roil A WHITE PETTI COAT. The'flounce trimmed with insertions and lacc-edgcd frills, Swiss embroidery headings, and ribbon.. There is a plain frill under it, and also, a muslin frill edged with lace.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY PARR | Boiled Fowl With White Sauce.-He quired : One fowl, one onion, one car rot, one blade of mace, six peppercorns, and salt. For the Sauce : Two ounces I of butter, two ounces of Hour, ono pint of milk, salt, and cayenne, ono tea spoonful of lemon juice. Choose a satico 1 pan whclh will hold the fowl comfort I ably. Put in sufficient water the onion, I carrot, mace, and peppercorn, and salt. When it boils up, put In the fowl, which should have been carefully 'wrapped in buttered paper. Lot it boll -jp again, and then keep it gently simmering for an hour or longer if the fowl is old. Serve with the white sauce poured over, and for a garnish pre.ss the red part of the carrot through a sieve over the I breast of the fowl. White Sauce : Dis solve the butter in the saucepan and stir in the flour,, and let it cook for two minutes without browning. Add I the milk and stir well till it boils, flavor | with salt, lemon juice, and a few grains of cayenne. | Chocolat...

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A DAY IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

A DAY IN THE COUNTRY. THE average city dweller is woefully ignorant of the life which the country peoplo lead, and the man who tears himself away horn tho noisy ami bust ling nity for tho week-end gams as much information in a few hours as . would take weeks to acquiro second hand; and, ?.furthermore, the know ledge gained at first hand can never be'effaced from tho memory of the man who takes sufficient trouble to seek accurate information.. How many young men in city offices are aware or tho fund of information they may gain even iu twenty-four hours m tho country, if they will only use one-imli of the energy tlioy-display in getting ' about the crowded streets of Sydney/ To illustrate what may bo done in , a given time, let the reader imagine | himself starting by the early mormng j train for the South Coast. Ho should leave the carriage at Hellambi, but in tho meantime .lie wiU have passed | through most- interesting country, and ' glorious scenery will bo unfolded at many point...

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HIGHLY APPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 September 1908

HIGHLY APPHEOIATED. An Aitierlcan traveller' In China was ' treated With great'kindness by a .vice toy, to whom iio seht'a fine bull pup a» a tokeh'Of'his. gratitude. In a short'time the viceroy acknowledged the sift as fol lows!-"I-myself am not In the habit or w tins that species of doff, b'lt I may say 'that-my suite had it-served for bre:ik ' taati<and!ft«coi'd it-unn-a.liied ">ulae."

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