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CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

C'llAI'TKR IX. I love tho people, lint do not liko To stage mo in their eves. -Shakespeare. At an oarlv hour tho following morn ing;. Clunk's Vavasseur quitted Ins hotel, With the intention of visiting some of tho nubliu monuments of Mm modern -Kabv lou-us London litis somewhat politically boon named-and directed bin steps to 'U'ards Westminster Abbey, whom history has boon chiselled on stone. As ho was proceeding down Parliament-street, he heard a voice behind him distinctly pro nounce tho name Charles. His lir.st im pulse was to turn, expecting to rccogniso somo familiar face. A sharp-faced, little old man, in a clean white apron, was the only pnrson near )iim. For nu instant thoy regarded each otlier fixedly in tho face. ''I must have been deceived/' thought iur hero; "how should he know my itiunc?" and he resumed his walk, , At Lhe Horse (iuards he slopped to set' his watch. There was tho usual crowd of idlers; some reading the bills which an nounced that her Majesty required a ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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THE BEEKEEPER. FOUL BROOD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

THE BEEKEEPER. FOUL BROOD. Comparatively fewb:ekccpersknow tho foul brood disease when they sec It. Tho odor is not a suro test, as it does not al ways accompiny tho disease. The worker iarvcb In Ita natural condition takes 21 days to mature. Foul brood effects the larvre In from two to eight days.-- At first the symptoms are not easily detect ed. In,the young, iarvee tho first fatal blow Is In the food, the disease Is fed, and .-acquired In no other way. The lar va> becomes restless and Instead of ly ing down It stands up and a brownish j streak shows at tho vertebrra. It soon dies and falls lengthwise In the .lower ( side of 'tho cell and sticks thero as iC glued. Starved brood . con be removed j from the cell, but. foul brood, never. | The cell is by this time caped and ' when the gases escape from tho dead | larva? the capping sinks in ond a ragged J hole appears at one sldo of the centre. The larvre is n'ow a dead matter, brown and stringy, and the head, which Is near- j est...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Wedding Bells. HILL—SUGDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

Wedding Bells. HIIX-SUGDEN. The marriage of Dr. Reginald H. Hill, of Tocumwal, to Miss Ann Hebe, fifth daughter of G. F. Sugden,'Esq., of "Woodsome Lees," Tocumwal, was celebrated at St. Alban's Church, Tocumwal, on Friday, 6th March, by the Rev. J. Verso, of Berrigan. The Church was prettily decorated by the friends of the Bride, who wore a simple dress of white chiffon mus lin trimmed -with. Irish crochet, Valenciennes lace, and picture hat. She carried a silver mounted prayer book, and was given away by 'her ' father. The bridesmaid, was Miss Agnes Sugden, who wore heliotrope silk, a white hat with heliotrope flowers, and a pearl brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr Frank Sugden, brother of the bride, was best man. As the bridal party entered the Church the Choir sang "The Voice that breathed o'er Eden." . After the ceremony the- wedding breakfast was held at "Woodsome Lees," and later Dr. and Mrs Hill left by the afternoon train for Melbourne and Tasmania. List of presents-Bri...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. —A TALE OF THE CRIMEA.— CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

?A TALE OF THE CRIMEA, By RICHARD HARDING DAVIS, nutlior of "Stanflohl Hnll," "Minnlo Qroy," otc., otc. CIIAPTBR VIII. A mighty mass of brick, and smoke, and skipping, Dirty mid dusky ; but as wido as oye Could roach, and hero and thoro .a .sail just skippin^ In sight, then Inst amid tlio forestry Of masts; a wdderness of steeples peep On tip-loo, through their sea-coal canopy; A huge dint cupola, like a foolscap crown On a Tool's head-and thoro is Ijondon town. -Uyron. Novor had Cliarlos Vavasseur known wliat solitude really meant until he found himself alone in the erowded streets of Loudon; not a banc! stretched < nt to lits, or one kind familiar faeo iu welcome him. His was tlie worst of .solitudes, that of the heart; and ho wandered in tiie busy mart of men till tho seuso of desolation became almost oppressive. Tho vessel in which ho was to sail to Hamburg did not start for five days, and tiinpj tho troasnro of which youth is so nrodigal and old ago ko chary, luing h...

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SHOULD COWS BE STRIPPED? [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

I SHOULD COWS BE STRIPPED? ShoulJ cows be stripped after milk ing or not? Discussing this question In an English journal, Professor M'Con neli, the eminent English dairy expert, says that he Is one of those who all h'& life " was accustomed to soe^ cows stripped out by a responsible person, who followed after the regular gang of milkers; but recent events caused him to ennnge his mind as to the adviseab'e .nesH of the practice. Many authorities have pointed out aforetime 4that, as th^ milk secretion was intimately connected with the nervous organisation, the stop ping of the inilk and then coming back to start it again was doing the cow harm, as U amounted to restarting ol the nervous energy. About a year a;o Professor M'CJonnell stated his belief that stripping was absolutely ^.ce?sary.' lie now begs to take it back, as since then he has tried ht3 cows >the other way, with the most'satisfactory results. They arc now milked out at one sitting, and if a small quantity be l...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

Sydney Markets. Wheat-This market continues on its upward trend,' and the de mand can hardly be said to be met by supplies. Holders having great confidence in the future, very few of them feel inclined to talk busi ness at any price, the latest London cables buoying them up mpre than ever, and the question as to whether they are taking up the proper posi tion can only be answered by deve lopments. Oats.-This cereal holds its own in the market, high prices still being obtainable for anything like prime samples, and, a good turnover can be reported for all qualities. Maize.-In sympathy with oats, maize has firmed, especially for old samples, which are rather scarce at advanced prices, while there is a good demand also for new river lots with some inquiry for South African and Island samples.; Chaff and Lucerne.-These lines are selling well, particularly chail, and prime cuts are bringing up to 6s2dpercwt., with good demand. Lucerne hay, owing to rather short supplies and some country ...

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Progress of Youth. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

Progress ot Youth. An admiring friond was questioning the small boy as to his. progress at school. "Third Standard next yoar, John ny?" . "Yes, sir." I "Ah, you'll ho in fractions or dooi l mals tlion, no doiibtp" "No, sir; I'll bo in hendwork and perforated squares."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

instead of ordinary stimu> ktnts? w'< Because it ' ifi a pure* bracing Conic that acts on (ho stomach, bowels* ttnd Kidneys Sslte a medicine. Buy Whole Bottles. tf you ever stop to fblnU that ChiTnlicrlain'n i Balm has in muny instances cunVi a ni>niini'<I nnklo iu lean thou r. week by dimply bciup ap Finley. Thu ri:mr. or oor. Timi: -I* hint? Ui.-'oafie. Dr. Shclilon'w New Dwcovory for Couj'hH, 0<)Mk, h:j«3 Consumption ourcn lung trouble. SmtOi rifijisunt. to take. Every Ki;:irnnt»":«2. Ob tainable at L. Jcmuin nnd Co,, Tooatnwul uud Fiulcy. GENERATES A nbivqus weakness. The Case of Mr. H. THOMAS. (By a Sydney Importer.) Notwithstanding the advanci-ment cA the British people .in general intelli gence-in arts, science, and literature* and in the enjoyment of civil and reli gious liberty, it must bo confessed that "nli^htenraent is badly needed in regard to many matters concerning ev.;ry-day life. Tho subject appearing hereunder is one deserving...

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£300 for an Eye. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

£300 for an Eyo. In an actior, Thomas Harris, van snlosman, 141 Waddoll Strcot, Glas gow, sued Mair & -Pougall, aoratod water manufacturers, West -Campbell Streot, Glasgow, for £500, or under the Kmployors' Liability Act for £290 8s., damages for personal injur ies. While delivering some aerated water which ho had sold from tho de fenders' van at Kilsyth 1n October, 100G, a bottle burst and a pieco of tho glass cut ono of tho pursuer's eye-balls, and tho injured eye had to bo subse quently removed. Ho. Haiti tho acci dent was dno to tho defective plant used by tho dofondors, who used bot tles that wero umiblo to retain without bursting tho charge put into them. Tho dofondors denied fault, and avor rod that tho bottles used by them wero of tho usual mako and size, and of tho best quality. Tho jury,, after an absonco of twon ty-fivo minutes, returned a unanimous vordict for tho pursuer at common law, and assessed tho damages at £300.

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TOILET HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

TOII.ET HINTS. I A tiny noro at tho corner of the lips should bo at once well powdered with boraclcacid powder, and kept covered with It until It disappears. l» . | A red nose 1h much benefited by I bathing In- really hot water night and 1 morning. Dry very thoroughly after I wards, more especially In tho morning if tho weather Is cold, , ! A little olive oil. If gently rubbed I on any Irritating Hpot, will generally allay tho Irritation. Eczema spots, which sometimes appear in . cold wpa-, .ther, soon disappear If treated with-it. For a corn a vinegar-bread poultico Boon cffects a cure. Steep a little bread

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

The Rainfall. The following table shows in points the rainfall as recorded oirxialty at the Finley Post Office: 1899 ! '900 M 63 . . - I'M I : i I ; Kfi I !l .51 ' -3'i ; 3'"> : I 366 p-t =.1 .12-1 IS? 140 j 221 50 i S3. .6 3 : 2 165 ! 140 1 1 44 190! j 190a I903 15 .In 211 26 I32 1.65 242 154 181 . $5: 96 1. IrMj ? nil lit 152 32 113 37 165 ; 12 ? 384 186 -ilfi 3? 300 205 35 283 1^3 99 238 i 12.35 117-94 ; 12-83 Ul.90 118.38 {964 I90S 1906 I907 225 49 24 5' 57 ,257 211 166 35 283 86 5' 208 59 40 241 i.iS "152 306 62 137 140. 10 > 5" nil S 5'9 11 35' 260 90 29S 354 335 170 U3: H-95M'5-<?S! 25.39 sl.louV, ultir tiio hiuj. with rolioL A-fricwk Chamberlain'* Cou«l» KOBIC.1V, wlucli I tIM with very jgrutifjltur .r. , -i-nl Wrts nof>h vrutl." For aulu by 1». Jon. :iu>l 'Tocaunval uuJ Finloy.

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Justice All Round [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

Justice All Round' Tho workings of ju.stico as recorded by Major 1C. 0..Johnson in his "Track of tlio Crescent" wero a trifle erratic. An Englishman was travelling in a wild part of Hungary, and anxious to sue tho institutions of tho country, ho made an application to a to\vna magis trate, asking' to hear how justico was conducted. Tho magistrate, gorgeous in a mag nificent Magyar costume, received him cordially, and sent for any case which might bo awaiting trial. . A gigantic gendarme in an immense cocked hat ushered in a prisoner, a plaintiff, and a witness.- Tlio prisoner was accused of stoaling tho plaintiff's goose. "Well, sir," said the magistrate to tho accuser, "what havo .vou to say?" "Ploaso, your high mightiness, the prisoner stole my goose." The magistrate turned to tho wit ness. "What havo you to sji'y?" "Ploaso, your high inightinoss, I saw tho prisoner stoal tho gooso." "Prisoner, what have you to say?" "Pleaso, your high mightiness, I did not steal tho goose." Tho m...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

USEFUL HINTS, Blacking a grata will be' done mora quickly and satisfactory If you mix some.powdered alum with the blaeklead you use. In this way a brilliant and lasting polish Is produced. Sunshine Jb destructive *to mirrors, it causes the glass the assume a milky appearance, and the mirror will never bo so clear again. . To make the hearthstone look speci ally well, mix the whiting with milk not with water-and add a little wash ing blue to It. This preparation Is as k firm as paint, and does not easily spot. To clean velvet buy some pipeclay and scrape a little of it on to the velvet Then brush off lightly with a stiff brush. This raises 'the pile and restores the bloom. While starch is still hot on the stove, drop into It a small piece of alum, about the size of a pea, and stir slowly till dls 'solved. The alum prevents the starch from sticking to the iron, and, a« it seems to give the linen something of a waterproof na/ture, spots can often be wiped off it, before the fabric has ...

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THF LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

THF LADIES9 mi* HOMELY FAHE. Salmi,of Cod,-Required: Quarter of o pound-of puff paste, one pound of cod steak, half-pint of milk, tablcspoonful ol flour, teaspoonful of anchovy sauce, pepper and salt, one li".rd-bolled'egg, one ouuco of butter, a few drops of 'tarragon vinegar. Roll out the puff paste, and with it lino a flat dish: fill this with raw rico and bake till the pastry Is ' done. Now take half a pint of mllk'and put It . on to boil, wipe th^ fish thoroughly and cook it in tho milk, add seasonings,- and stew ten minutes. Place tho fish care fully on a hot dish, dissolve tho butter In tho saucepan, add tho flour, and stir till blended; then strain in the tisli broth and stir till It bolls, and cook for a few minutes, seasoning all to tnstc. Take .the rice out of tho dish, arrange tho pieces of fish In It, nnd pour the s'auee over. Decorate with slices ol hard-boiled egg. Serve very-hot. . ; Shrimp Toast.-Required: Quarter ol j a- pound of melted butter sauce, .some ' some g...

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IN PALACE AND PRISON. TWO RUSSIAN CHRISTMASES. SHARP CONTRASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

IN PALACE AND PRISON. TWO RUSSIAN' CI-miSTMASES. SHARP CONTRASTS. Tho St.. Petersburg correspondent of tho " Daily News" uroto on 24th December : Tho thermometer stands at zero, ami at present there are no signs of St. Petersburg having an old-fash ioned Christmas, with snow on tho .ground and sledges gliding swiftly along tho streets. However, for us Christinas is a long way off, and tho Snow Queen mur «vcross the city before 7th Jam.. /estern style), in liussia, 25th In. iber. English people hcs-u generally man a£0 to cat Alio traditional dishes of the season on both days. ,On the first tho Christmas pudding makes a substantial if indigestible link with friends at home, and on the second reverence is paid to its mysteries because everyone else is keeping holiday. That emblem of British culture and civilisation is even to bo found in tho palace of the Czar himself. Queen Victoria used to send a pud ding to her grandchildren every yeav from Windsor, and one was always sent to'the Cz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

Solicitor, &c., J E R / L D E R / E . tjOmrainsiouer Tor Taking Affidavits in New tioutb Wales and Victoria, Will >lait Finley and Tocumwal on Eloothly Court Days (Kinky Thursday, ^Tocumwal Friday, following 2nd Monday), «md when required* ftnst Moneys to Lend on approved seenrity «q any amount at lowest current rates of interest. JU2CHIBALD 0. TUTETLL, Solicitor &c., ATTENDS Tocumwal every ^Thursday Afternoon and will re main for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales. 28ock, Station _ and Financial \ f \V~ i Agents and Auctioneers, etc. ffiEWLlQUlN & JERILDER5E. -Stock Lieta oa application. Clearing and Special Sale# ..ondncted in any part o£ the Districta:-EMDIb.V, Kerrigan ?JMTilderin, Tocumwal, Mutboura 2paxiiam, MoulameiD, and Deniliquin. (£H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) AUCTIONEERS ISTDMURKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales betd at Numur kah, Katamatite, Stratbmerton, and Tocumwal Horse Sales held at Numurkah Monthly. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

Dr. SE-2 ELBOWS Rheumatism, Lumbago, Lame Back, etc. l/e E»«»TE£b. 3/" J. H. PARKER IS Prepared to undertake Chaff-cutting in any Quantity at prices satisfactory to <21ieuts. A Post Card to Yarroweyah P.O. ivill bring the plant on the Farm. Full board of reliable men, also a cook. No inconvcnienco to farmer's wives. Will .come to auy Farmer at a day's notiec. -J. H. PARK Kit, Yarrowoyah.P.O. Chaff-Gutting* ?a-HAMILTON, Ulupna Farm, Finley. BEGS to notify farmers that he has pur v chased a nc.v Cli'iif-cuttin~ pi.mi, ;? la prepared to' accepc contractu at earn rates.; .: . D. HAMILTON, f Ulapoa Farm, Finley. ;:'-Mrs' A. Pigot BEGS to advise the Residents of TOCUM" AVAi and. FINLEY thai alio has elosed; her Boarding "House and opened a ?PRIVATE HOSPITAL for tbc..reception of . 'Mar«nR,and aternrty ;-cas^.V. Eye'i^ Vcoip- . riort'provided.- * v Regular Size Double Size Boxes, 10/^d. Boxes, )/U. Write for Free Sample. UXQ-TOHIC PILL GO . 15 O'OONH'll ST., SYDNEY. CHAMBERLAIN'...

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Tocumwai Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

; Tocumwai Farmers' Union. The annual general (adjourned) -meeting of the above Was held 011 Saturday last, when the following were present :-Messrs P. Quirk, (President) in the chair, M, and J. Looney, Adamson, Maine, Howe, .Harrison, Burge,'Kidd, Peace, \V. .Quirk, and.the lion. Secretary, W. E. Meek. The following office bearers were elected :-President, Mr P. Quirk re-elected. Vice-Presi dents, Messrs W. Kidd, and P. Peace. Hon. Treasurer, Mr T. Howe. Hon. Secretary, Mr'W. E. '.'Meek. It was resolved that thej ' whole of the members should form : the committee. Proposed by Messrs Harrison and Maine, that the plat ? form of the F. and S. Association I be adopted and signed. After a lot . of discussion an amendment was moved by Messrs M. Looney and ? Peace, that this Association do not : affiliate with the head Association. Upon a show of hands being given the amendment was carried. Pro ; posed by Messrs Looney and Harri ..--scm, that the local member be .asked rfor a return of ho...

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Shire Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

Shire Meeting. The monthly meeting of the Shire Council was held at the Coun cil Chambers on Monday last when the following were prcseut:-Crs. Gorman (president), Reynoldson, Pyle, Vagg, Heffernan,' Macplier son, Murphy, Quirk and Hoyle. CORRESPONDENCE | P.W.D.-Advising that the Go vernor has approved of the appoint ment of W. J. Quirk as Councillor for A Riding. Same-That special grant of ,£250 had been granted, for works on the Lower Deniliquin Road. Same-That Minister has approved of the Council temporarily borrowing ,£1000 under the provisions of Sec tion 176 L.G.A. D.R.O. Lalalty Polling Booth Taking exception to the rejection of the votes polled at his booth, by the R.O. also forwarding legal opinion on the matter. P.W.D.-Approving of the action of the R.O. in declaring votes in formal at the Lalalty Booth. ' By Crs. Gorman and Reynoldson that the Deputy Returning Officer be informed that, the Council is sat isfied that the R O. did the correct thing iu disallowing the Lalalty...

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BREAKING A HARD PULLER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 March 1908

BREAKING A HARD PULLER. . . Jrho fo"on'lns Illustrations ehow t wo effective ways In which a horse may pLSrtu",nK ^,c ' 0t hard PU"",K' °,% to USe the ",0re general

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