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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

USEFUL HINTS. If you have to manage on a smaU dress allowance, never wear JOT walk ing elo'.hea indoors. Even the best tailor-mades get out of shape if lounged about In. . Warmed-up meat goes much farther if* a few little paste dumplings are.biel and served with It. Mix three paitsof flour, one part of dripping, or well chopped suet, salt to taste, ur.d enough cold water to make them into a rather stiff paste, Shape into small balls, and cookfor one hour in stock or gravy. If you live In a town, don't buy ex pensive wallpapers. It is far better t'-> get a cheap one, and have it reno;vcd 'n a year or two, than to spend a lot of money, and have to put up with a dingy-looking paper long after you ara tired of It becauso "it cost so much aoj wo really can't have it done o^ain so soon." _ , - Every day much fuel Is waste 1 by overheating the stove. Cooks make up roaring fires, and then, as a matter of course, protect their baking with ptpor and tins of water and salt, or by l.av I lng...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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SOME NEW MODELS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

SOME NEW MODELS. The Illustrations show some new models. The first Is one of the Empire evening gowns that are besomlug popu lar here. The one illustrated is devel oped In black, wr.iite, and silver. Th3 doublure is of silver- tissue, which is veiled with filmy white spot net so flno as to appear I ke tulle. The tunic Is heads. A trelllage of jet definos ' ths hem, above which is the embroidery of laurel leaves. _ The folded celnture Is of satin charmeusc. A chiffon scarf em made of black net powdered with broidered In jet and silver. Is thrown over the arm, and in the halr.-wh'c'n is dressed in Grecian style, is a fillet at the back of silver leaves*. No. 2 shows a stylish new design for a dress for a little girl.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. Rolled Veal and Macaroni.-He- I riulrcd: Two to three pounds of veal . cutlets, two. ounces of chopped bacon, ' three ounce:? of breadcrumbs, a tabic- ! spoonful of chopped parsley, sweet herbs, pepper and salt, one egg, two I ounces of butter, four ounces of maca- . ronl, half a pint of thick gravy. l<e~ j move any bone from the veal, placc tho the meat on a board and press Hat. Mix j llie bacon, brcadcrumts, parsley, sweet ' herbs, pepper, and salt together, and .bind with the beaten egg. Then pprcad the mixture over the veal, bind firmly with tape, nnd sew the edge down. Put j the butter in a stewpan, dredge the vea.1 j ' thickly with Hour, Rnd set it to cook. When the meat is browned all round, i odd a lojicupful rf water and stew It [ very slowly for two hours. Cook the macaroni.In boiling salted water, brain well, and then stew in half a pint ot thick brown gravy. Place the veal on a ^ hot dish, season and slightly thickcn tin gravy, arr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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NOT A BIT BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

NOT A BIT BETTER. Once when a doctor was visiting nil old man who was shffering from rheu matism in tho back, lie ordered his wito to rub in plenty of hartshorn and oil. Next dav, to the doctor's surprise,, ho found 'the old man much worse, and ail the skin was off his hack. .Ho turned to tho woman, and asked, "bid you do as 1 ordered you ?" "Yes, sir, I rubbed liiiu well with hcarthstono and oil, but I don't sco that it's done him any good." . Abyssinian customs have a divert ing simplicity if wu may gaugo them by an example furnished by tho cap tain of an occan liner. A young prince of Abyssinia once sailed' with 1110, said the captain, and the liassongers liked him so much that :»t, the end of the voyage they nrranged a dinner in his honour in London. It was a smart dinner-orchids, costly wines, and much plate, and a V-i-.tikmable company--but tho princo did not appear. , . Next morning the chairman of the committee hunted 'him up and asked indignantly why he had not gone to the ...

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CAUGHT HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

CAUGHT-HIM. Tho Irish tragedian, Barry Sulli van, was once playing Richard III. in Shrewsbury, and , had > just como to tho linos: - y "A horse, a horse; My kingdom for a . horse." "Wlion someone in tho gallery shout ed : - ~ "Would a donlcey not do as .well?" "Yes," replied-the actor, "please como round to tho stage door." Tho Time for Disappearing.-News reaches London "Punch" from * private source of the wonderful ana satisfactory effect the Highlanders arc> having on tho Zakha' Jvhcls. No sooner do the wild tribesmen catch sight of the skirted warriors than with a cry of "Look out-here come tho Suffra gettes!" they disappear as by magic.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

Tociimwal Cof E. Flower : : : Show and Meadow Fete. ( To BE HELD ON .THE 14th, "15th, 16th and 17th Oct, . GROUND WILL BE ILLUMIN ATED WITH 150 GAS JETS. Motor Gars, Ocean Waves, Swing Boats, . Shooting Galleries Admission 6d. Children Half Ptice. President-Mrs H. H. Casey. Treasurer-Miss Staples. Hon Secretary-W. E. Meek. ^,.Ptize .t tn : List, Appearel in Previous Issues, ji ^FiS??'08' ""P'tons, Motclios, foalM,'iiicen *nn,l buu eurotot mi diftordcra caused bv Lad nrtmnnM Tbov uiimiiinfA -f._ iai?riTPut0 pSr - . Berrigfan News. (From our own correspondent.) - The friends of Dr. Warren gave Inn a smoke social on Friday night. In spite o»f adverse weather condi tions there was a great rally to see tie last socially of the genial Medico. e usual complimentary speeches weretnadeand differentto many cases !, e, were genuine, and well deserved. A pleasant feature was the presentation to the guest of the evening of forty beautiful por traits of His Majesty suitably en graved, with the ad...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A BUDDING K.C. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

A BUDDING iK-.C. Robert,' who: had 5.been forbidden - to climb, trees in bis new - trousers, .had disobeyed, -and was receiving a . lec ture from his father for injuring his clothing. Fearing that a Hogging was to follow*, . Kobert, ombryo IC.C., sought to create a diversion. "Pa," he oxclaiined, "my teacher says some plants are masculine gendei nud sqmo fetuin(u',0. Now, I . know which, trees are; .do. you P'*" The , father's interest was aroused. Which are they?" "Masculine," said (Robert. 41 'COG they wear boys' trousers." The Candid Friend-"There's only 0110 thing mi ibis earth I dread," as sorted a disagreeable man, "and that is prematura burial." "Then you may set your mind at rest," a com panion rejoined-r"it is impossible for you.to bo buried too soonl"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

Lil VLJ Xi L J rF^[k? L Ljlkl, j&fclr&V Wo \zj "SYie 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 cjutckly, are elegant in appearance, and pleasant to take. , "( am writing to you to express my thanks torthe.Frootolds.which I received from you some time ago. My mother, who was a great sufferer from' Headache and Bilious Attacksfor many years, has been taking them, and has found complete relief from them." L. PATCH, Pelican Creek, Corakl, N.S.W. "Kindly aerd by return post two separate fsottles of Frootolds for Indigestion, <Soc. I got a faoltle from, you before, and am pleased to say 5S5^vj."-j[i^2!d^Af^-6o9d.V--... j E. PIKE, " Myrtle Cottage,'rMantfdra, N.S.W. "Your 'Frootolds' Is the only medicine I Slave ever found-to do me any good for Biliousness " arid Indigestion. One dose gives rellefr" J. H. SLEEP, Lochlel, S.A. ." Enclosed pleas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

A-Substitute for- Tor, and Coffao at-Orcakfast or Supper, GRATEFUL. COMFORTING. NUTRITIOUS. .ECONOMICAL. CO GO A PJloaaantly 6timulqitln^.Jt>ut not Exciting. RA Sl0^. the ONLY .Picldes, Condiment?, etc. were awarded at the rcccnt M'BIDRL for Ounrantced Ahmintcly Pu^O ASK FOR THEft?!! And of Hftlh Address til Communications to P..KO«HJ & eo" Alice Street, Newtown, SYDNEY. Aa ordinary watch in good going order, guaranteed to keep correct time-,- lias been fully wound up at 12 o'clock noon by tlie business manager of the " Simday Times," placed in a casket and sealed up. Thfc casket containing the watch lias been placed in the hands of the business manager of the "Evening News." The key and seal of the box are held by Mr," T. M. Shakespeare, Manager N.S.W. Couutry Press Association. Now, the question is what time will that watch stop ? You have a watch-"wind it full at twelve noon to-morrow, then let it run down and make a note of the time it stops. To the person who can cal...

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FARM AND FIELD Deleterious Sheep Dips. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

FARM AND FIELD Deleterious Sheep Dip J. 'At a recent meeting of the* Bradford Chamber of Commerce, England, an Im portant question relating to sheep dlpa cama up for discussion. It appears that in tho Orange River Colony, and tho Transvaal caustic soda as a sheep dip Is being recommended, and when news reached England that a Huddersflold wool merchant had actually sanctioned Its use, It gave rise to much misgiving. Caustic soda as a sheep dip, no matter how used, it was pointed out, could not bo regarded^as n safo article to be put, into the hands of tho general run of sheep-farmers. After much discussion, it was decldcd-"That this meeting ex presses its strong opinion for the guid ance of wool-growers that any sheep dip containing lime or caustic soda in any form in its composition is a most un desirable application to the fleece, it being calculated to have an Injurious ef fect upon tho wool, which often ' can only bo detected In the process of scour ing, dyeing, or manufacturing....

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CHAPTER XLI. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

CHAPTER XLI. Ah, freedom is a noblo thing, Aik! can to lifo a relish bring; Freedom a solaco to man gives Hi; lives at ease who freely lives; A noble heart may linvo no ease, Nor ought besido that may it ease, It freedom fail.-Barbour. t It is time that wo followed the wander ings of Lelia, and introduced our reader* to tho land of romance and beauty, gen erally culled Circassia, a country init lit tle known to Europeans till late event attracted their attention towards tho win aggression carried on against ite lib erties by Hussiji, whoso grasping ambi tion has long aimed at the subjugation of tho warliko mountain races who in habit it. The Caucasus, a chain of mountain? winch extend from the Black to tho Cas pian Sea, is the name by which the land . of Schamyl is more properly designated, and its history is so interwoven with Unit of the human raco that it is almost im possible to srparato them. That portion of tho earth which, ac cording to tho tradition of tho ancients, wjw tho ...

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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

GENERAL NOTES. The mistake that ig frequently made» where a number of cows are kept, la that the herd is treated collectively; the individual cow is neither reckoned with nor considered. Testing cows Individually, and treat ing them on the merits of that test only, Is the only sure and profitable way of increasing the output, The period of gestation with the marc ia 320 days; the cow 285 days; the ewe, 150 days; the sow, 120 days. . This is only an average, 'as individual anfmals vary considerably -- The successful dairyman is he who ap plies the latest and mopt improved business methods to his dairy opera tions, from the cow to the delivery of his product to the consumer. In the milk yield contests at the Royal Show, Newcastle, England, Lord Rothschild's Shorthorn, cow Darlington Crawford V came out an easy winner. 'Although she had benn S3 days in milk, her milk yield In 24 hours was 781b 12oz of 4 per cent butter fat. Tho money spent annually in th? United Kingdom on milk is so e...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XL—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

.A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XL-Continued. At tlio earnest entreaty of tlio Princo ho promised to add, in his despatch to tho Government, a request that a priest might bo sent from C'heritis Kliau to per form the last office to the dead. As the Troubotskous were of .the Kus- | man Greek Church, the superintendent ! saw 110 difficulty in tho indulgence being granted, provided it ;vns paid lor, a sine citia non with every functionary in tho dominions of tho Czar. It wan arranged that tho obsequies of Oscar should tako placo in three days. "15y that time," said Julian, "I trust that tho debt to human justice will have boon paid. Tho rest we must leave to Heaven." On quitting tho station, Henri bado adiou to his grandfather, whom, with sotno difficulty, he persuaded to,return to tho now desolate home of his friends. . Tho presence 'of tho enfeebled old man might mar, but could not advanco, their pursuit. "Ami whither aro wo to direct our stops?" inquired Charles Vavasseur. "To tho woo...

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BACON PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

BACON PIGS. An article in the most recent num ber of the journal of the Royal Agricul- ' turo Society of England, on bacon cur- 1 ing, by Mr Harris, a member of a noted bacon-curing firm In Wiltshire, contains : some noteworthy information. Ho points i out that some few years ago the public taste changed and demanded lean bacon, and ham-curing firms were hard pressed to get pigs to suit the altered demanl. They were obliged to issue a "scale," and to insist that to' obtain the best prices a carcase should weigh about eight-score pounds, and that the fat on ? the back should not be more than 2% J inches thick. They set about introduc ing boars into the districts where they traded, with the result that the good ef fects were seen within two years. The best carcase for their purpose is declared by Mr Harris to be that from the cross between the large White Yorkshire and the Berkshire; 'that, Indeed, a pedigree large while boar is the best for general crossing, purposes, and the progeny...

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IRELAND GOES ONE BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

IRELAND GOES ONE BETTER. Put was pro-Irish to n degree, and othonviso n sceptic. Ho refused to believe tha.t the ancient TCgvptianB worn wiser tiism the ancient Irish. "But * tit o Egyptians used electric ity." ho.was told; "wires* correspond ing to modern telegraph wires have boon found in Egypt." "I don't dispute it," answered Pat calmly; "but tliff fact that no wires have been found in Ireland is proot positive that the ancient Irish used wireless telegraphy." Dining the Ordcfnl.-"JJeaker is the most absent-minded chap I ever met." "What did he do?" "The* last time he got into a barber's chair1 ho pinned the* newspaper round his; neck and began to read the towel." A Itovised Phrase.-"Dat boy." , said the negro sadly, as he prepared to administer to little Kphraim Kastns I his eighth spanking in the last three davs, "is a mighty bad boy. He's do white shoop of do family."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

vPii)e-:'Saw»mi1ls. . J. B.HOLMES, v , . Proprietor. Orders now taken for all classes of undressed timber. Quick ijes patch by rail can be relied onv QUALITY' gu ar anTivEj). : ?/ PRICES - 15b 6d delivered' "at IBerrigau or equal distance from Mill. . 13s 6d at the Mill. All orders must be addressed to- . .W. TYLK. ' ? Berrigaii, .i Sole Agent. . Mackenzie Brothers Stock Station and Financial - Agents and Auctioneers,, gtc. DENIL1QUIN & JER5LDERIE. ^ . Stock Lists on a|>plicatipY-. . j ted in any part of the Dist ricts:-Fhi ley, Berrigan, Jerilderie, Tocumwal . Moania, Mathoiira, Barhain, Moula ? mein, and Deniliquin. (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) ' CAiPBELL & CO., AUCTIONEERS NUMURKAH (Vic), and : TOCUMWAL." Regular Stock Sales held- at Num urkab, "Kalamatite, Strathmert^n, and Tocumwal. ' Horse sales held at Numurkah Monthly. Clearing Sales conducted. Loans negotiated. Trucks ordered and consigned to any Melbourne Firm free of charge. Correspondence invited. CAMPBELL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

Persons in charge., of Travelling Stock passing on the Open Common ut Finley without giving due notice to the Herdsman or Trustees, as prescribed by the Act will be PROSECUTED without further notice. . . By order of the Trustees. (Signed) J T. CLOSE, . , Chairman. 8/10/07. - Arthur A. Goutky? Gcnoral Blacftsmitii, Goacli buildor, Horioshoor. &c., rocuHffim. livery class of Work promptly attended lo. Ajicnt for I''ui|)liynM(f Sons' Wntcf Curls. NVvtk Anniucss . Ncur Toeuimvnl Bridge, nest J. Doukiii's Hotel. SOMETHING REALLY NEW! THE CROP MAKER. : 1 ;.Take,;.a good look at this Cultivator, it's the 99 ' "1 - PATENTED AND " MANUFACTURED at ' '? ../ .-? ?.///s.' Steam Imolement Works, : 'FINLEY, NEW': ' SOUTH WALES- ; : Write to him fop full particulars of the Imperial "Ideal" ... ,. .Disc: Cultivator and copies of Testimonials from practical farmers. tUIttj^jlw-T *1,^1.^.1 | ."< ' ' ?."'iv-.: Did you ever see a better proportioned or more simple-looking Implement? I...

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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

, Shire Council! The ordinary monthly meeting of the Berrigan .Council was .held' Oil Monday'last when there was a full'attendance with the exception of Cr Reynoldson who was suffering from the effects of a severe cold. Correspondence was received from : D. Beattie lessee of Osborne Well suggesting that the tank should be coated with tar.-Engineer to at tend. . \ . J. Richards Jeriklerie, forwarding 9/10 rates, half the amount stated in rate notice, and declining to pay the balance as the land situated at Tocumwal did not belong to him. Held over. E. Schweicker, re'sanitary, rates and drains in Budd street Berrigan. Dealt with according to resolutions passed by special committee meeting held 3/10/08; P.W.D., re proposed Barooga Water Trust, forwarding a map and requesting that the various hold ings, acreage, owners be .marked thereon, and also the proposed boundaries.-Engineer to attend. . H. P. Whitty forwarding lease of Council Chambers.. -' IV W. D. that the~- District officer ha...

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FRIDAY, OCT. 9th, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

FRIDAY, OCT. 9th, 1908. CORRESPONDENCE. - Since the let ter, published on another page was in type, we have received one from the same writer, stating that from what he has heard and read he is convinced that the magistrate is not to blame in the matter, but the re sponsibility rests entirely with the Shirs authorities. _ , . C. of England Meadow. Fete and Flower. Show will be held on Wed. Thur. Fri. & Sat. of next week on block uearTattersall's Hotel. The train which left here on Mon day last took 25 trucks of sheep fir the Newmarket yards. Langunya School picnic was a great success. Full particulars later. Mrs Moody has been collecting on behalf of the home for destitute children Sydney, and advises us that she received .£30 19s 9s'from the people of Tocumwal and district dur ing 3 days Attention is drawn to the impor tant sale of guaranteed horses which will be conducted by Messrs Theo. Parker & Skelly & Messrs Muntz Bros and Heighway at the Shepparton Cor...

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MR. LOZE TOFT'S HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 9 October 1908

Mil. LOZE TOFT'S HEROISM. Sir. Lozo Toft-"Hoffy, I shall mar ry Miss Wockingham, after all. Yes terday I saved her life. It was uio.st exciting. I was on tho beach, she i was 011 tho watah. A big wavo knock ed her ovah, tho imdah-totv gwabtad her. Sho was being carwied out to sea. There was only one thing to do. I » Mr. Gayto Bnrre-"Wushed to her Mr. Loze Toft .(proudly)-"No; I scweamed for help."

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