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THE BEEKEEPER. WORMS IN HIVES. STRENGTHENING FOR RESISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

THE BEEKEEPER. WORMS IK HIVES. STRENGTHENING FOR RESIST ANCE. Occasionally tin amateur beekeeper finds on opening a hivo that the bees aro nearly alt dead and the combs fell of worms. In such a ease, It is but na tural that he should conclude that tho death of the bees rvas due to the worms. In most Instances, however, this Is n.-t . true. Worms are seldom found in a thrifty colony of Italian bees, and If they so gain entrance the bees dispose ? of them quickly. It Is the weak queeu less colonics that offer an attractive working: placc Cor" these pests. The wax 'moth lays her eggs beneath the edge of the covcr and the tiny worms crawl inside and begin work. The weak colony is occupying only about one-half of the hive space, per haps, and the bees 'do not notice tho . worms until they have obtained a strong foothold. By that time tho bees aro -usually too discouraged to attempt l<> dislodgft their enemies, and as the col ony grows weaker the worms grow stronger, until t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hie et ubique. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

Hie et ubique. Christmas Tree Fete. ? - Will be held here on Dec. 23rd.' .Proceeds in aid of Presybteriair Church: .. Nuiuuikah horse sale 011 Satur day , (to-morrow.) Masquerade ball in the Convent school-hall to-night. Anglican Meadow Fete'lCommittee: expect to make a profit of .£90. . ^ The Murray was 10ft. 4in. above summer level at Albury and gft Sin at Tocumwal,. yesterday, i Theatrical Item-'.'Do you not 1 ice that the papers Carrie Moore news?." "Ring off! Do'nt forget, the Grand Fancy Fair to be held in aid of the funds of the Methodist Church, on Nov. lltli &. 12th. See prize lists. Full particul ars next issue. - Berrigan tennis players will visit Finley on Wednesday next. A dance will be held in the hall iu the even ing. Tickets 5s." A meeting of the Finley V.B.F Brigade will be held iu the hall on Monday evening next, when tne= officials trust that farmers and those interested will attend.' ; _ OurvPark trustees the "Rip-VairiWinkle-slumber, and, are going to do...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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STACK ENSILAGE [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

STACK ENSILAGE Thkuh has been for sonic time on view in the window of Uio Intelligence l)o partmcnt> in Moore-strect, Sydney, a splendid sample of Stuck ICnsilago, mudo by Mr. J. Wallis, of Manchester square, near Moss Vale. Mr. Wallis constructed ft press on similar lines to that advocated and used so success fully by Mr. 0. Z. Throsby, of Moss Valo, a sample of whose ensilage was exhibited in the same window some few weeks back. Mr. Wallis states that the only part of the press that he hud to buy, WHS the wire ropo; the timber for tlio press he cut in tho bush near by, and tho ironwork required was ob tained from the remains of somo old worn-out drays, the tyres boing con verted into rings for the rollers to work in, and tho axles being used for levers. The forage was hoisted up on to the stack by moans of a whip, constructed of two bush saplings, a hoy of lUteeu doing tho whole of the lifting with this simplo contrivance, although at tho finish ho had to hoist the forage to a ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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At the Butts. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

At the Butts. Members o/'tbe Fiuley rifle cji}l> were riot favored, .with) anicleai- day"" for shooting on Wednesday last, but a fair number competed for the trophy donated by . Captain .McGilli- . vray. ;Appended are the scores:-. Name r 500 600 Hdcp Total Mealey A. J. 23 11 40 74 ' M'Dowall R. J. 34 30 10 , 74 Tongs A. V. ... 27 34 11 72' Wells P.M. ... 33 -29 10 72' Close A. ... ... 33 28 8 691 Ricliens, G. sur 27 30 10 : 6T Patterson W. 25 - 20 22 ' 6T Davidson S. P. 32 17 18 67 Tones C. ... i.. 31-' 25 8 64 Boyd L. 12 12 ,40 64 Fuller Wr. ... 25 14 -24 63 Marshall M. J. 28' 17 18 63 ^Phipps G. '... 15' 7 ? -40 62 Fuller Wni. ... 21 19" 20 60 Thompson'H.' 23 -21 -10 . 54 Richens G. jr. ;31 12 11 -54 M'Gillivray D.' 25 14 ? 12 51 Suttonliobt, ... 15 -23 12 50 Boyd A....; '4 '-18 26 48 -Jones H. 15' 2, t 20 o7 Russell D. ... '3 13 \ 20 36 . Mrs S. H. . Walker, SSB uiimfTrayat, .Ballarlit, -Vic . writoss ifuavo used Chamberlain's mugh ?romti} for. four years, anil know it In cwe...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LIVING STATILIY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

LIVING STATILyiY. A smart sentence has boon passed in Paris on the manager of a music hall for producing indecent "turns." The court, in, imposing a penalty of three months' imprisonment, with a fine of £8, declared the performance was de void of artistic merit, was brutal, rcalistio, and revolting^* obscene. Two young women were each senten ced to fifteen days' imprisonment and a fine of £2, with, however, a surcease in their case, which means that while they pay the fine thoy will not bo called upon to undergo imprisonment unless tlie offence is repeated within five years. ? f In the case of two other music halls, against which similar proceedings had been taken, the ^ managers and porforniers were acquitted, tho court holding that the artistic character of tho presentations condoned tho pre sence of nude figures. Tho Public Prosocutor, however, appoalcd against this decision, claiming that penalties should also be inflicted in these cases.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

To Stand this Season at Tocumwal, TUB PASlIIONiULE 1IHEI) TROTTING TALLION, "DIXIE.'" Sire, Dixio . Alto, No :»,»] imp. *im. Lady Claito, Uy lloucnt Harry, DIxio Atto, No tool-: first prizo nt Geeloni,' us a two year olil. Took first ntizo at. Kynotou show 5J07* and at Syduoy lloynl Show VOS, Jfirsbiuul elmjufilon in a chm of y2ft9 tho best trotting stallion led into tho ring; first as tho host, trotting stallion in harness, mul flvntfor beat trotting stallion, maro or gelding in harness, Bjieed Ptyloand conformation. .Siro-Ijixio Alto by Jloiulooiuo, ill',<107. Kcoord, 2.1U5 Siro of Mouto Carlo 2.C7K Mundolita 2.075, Saolita'.ODi, Leonora UAH}, Polka Dot 2.141, Men dovona 2.21}, Dixio Alto2.2-l and four otliora in 2.J10liat. By Electioucur 125 (Siro of Arion)2.Q7i Stmo) 2.08}, Palo Altoii.OSJ, mid ltifi moro in 2.2*) list, and sons Jiavo Hired ovor 870 in 2.J10 list. Daughters dams 1:13 in 2.50 list, including Klatawah 2.0M. tunlG sivo ot Major Dclmat 1.5'J, wot.d's gcMj...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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SILO-BUILDING AND MAKING OF ENSILAGE. Instructions. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

SILO-BUILDING AND MAKING OF ENSILAGE. Instructions. I HE Minister for Agriculture lias Imd under consideration the important ques tion of providing practical instruction lor differentclasses of tho .agriculturists I of tins State, in tho making of silage and tlio building of stacks and silos. 1 ihe Jnneo Agricultural Society took tho I initiative by inviting kindred associa- 1 tions throughout tho State to intimate their opinion about the desirability of j investigating systems of making silage, J,1. ,m°ving the Department to get tins information and cc/nvcy it to the persons interested. The Department Juid already done much by actual demonstration at tho Hawkesbury, \\agga Wagga, Bathurst, and Berry 1' arms, and in other localities bv prac tical instruction and supervision by some ol its experts, and by generous distribution of literature. The Minister had also taken further steps in tho direction o(f giving practical instruc tion, by providing 011 tho Departmental ! -kstunatos for...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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THE SIDE GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

THE SIDE GATE. It was the children's tea time, and the maid was waiting on them, when one oC the little ones began teasing her about her sweetheart. The servant blushed, but denied that she had one. "Then where does Tom come In ?" asked the mistress, who overheard the con versation. Before the maid could re ply, another of the children chimed in with the Information, "Oh, Tom comT in through tlio sido gate," - , "iiaiiu Ncwe.",

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

CUTHRIEJROTHEKS. farm Lands & Property Satemen, Commission and Manufactures' Agents. AGENTS FOR Nicholson & Morrow's Union Har vesters, Union Disc Ploughs Horse Works, Combination Disc Cul tivator, Wool Presses, etc. Hornsby & Son's Oil Engines, Binders and Mowers. Alfa Lava] Separators, Portable Steel Framed Silos. Agents for John Darling & Son. "WAKAT BOUGHT IS ANY Quantity Bags Sold. GUTHRIE BROS., Cobram (Vic) and Finljly (N.S.W.) .Mackenzie Brothers Stock Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneers, etc. DENILIQUIN & JERILDERIE. . Stock Lists on application:, Cleaiiiig and-SpeG-.yj-S.'ijerjUiond.uc ted in any part of the Districts:-Fin ley, Berrigan, Jerilderie, Tocumwal Moatna, Mathoura, Barhain, Moula meiu, and Deniliquin. (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL &lo7 AUCTIONEERS NUMURKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL; Regular Stock Sales held at Num nrkah, Katamatite, Stratiiinerloii, and Tocumwal. Horse sales held at Numurkali Monthly. Clearin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

.. NOTICE. \-: Persons in cliarge~of Travelling . Stock, passing on the Open Common at 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. Goutkf? General Blacksmith, Caacb-; builder, Horscshocr. &c., [OCUflWAL. livery class of Work promptly altuudcd to. for I'urj)Jiy and Sons Water Carts. Now Ahprhss Fear Tocmnwal IJridge, itcxSi J. Boutin's Hotel. SOMETHING REALLY NEW ! THE CROP MAKER. Take a good iboK at this Cultivator, it's the. ' «»n»iran w ®|§(g ©fULTBWTffiSL ? *? H?i< v> " ^^ -* * ^ i 'j \ ^ ^ v-.VA^-J^v . PATENTED AND .- MANUFACTURED' BY v ? v.;. .? at - ^ / His Steam Imolement Works, \ FINLEY, "NEW SOUTH WALES . *??. Write to him for full particulars of the Imperial "Ideal" Disc Cultivator and copies of Testimonials from practical farmers. Did you ever see a better proportioned or more simple...

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New Land Bill. Conversion of H.S. and Settlement Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

New Land Bill. Conversion of H.S. and Settle-, j ment Leases. I The bill to amend the Crown Lands Act which has beeu introduced in the Legislative Assembly by Mr S. W. Moore, Minister for Lands, con templates some Important alterations in the existing law. The bill pro vides that under certain conditions any homestead selection may be con verted into a conditional. purchase leasea conditional purchase or a^con ditional-'purchase and .conditional lease. Not more than 100D acres may be converted by any person without permission of the Minister and converted holdings will have the usual provision as to residence except that the term will be reduced by the period of continuous resi dence performed by the applicant immediately prior to conversion. Upen transfer of the holding at any time the transferee shall reside there I on for two years. The residence may be waived by the board only in cases where it is satisfied that the land is used bonafide as the chief source of maintenance of the...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, OCT. 23th, 1908. Council meeting Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. \ (Established 1897.) . FRIDAY, OCT. 23th, 1908/ Council meeting Monday. CHURCH.-We have been reques-! ted to state that the RevT. S. Craw ford M.A. jvill conduct' service in Hillson's Hall on Sunday . evening next at 7.30 instead of 11 a.m. The alteration is cm account of. the Spring-Fair being held at Berrigan on Saturday night. Service will be held at Fiuley at 3 p.m. as usual. Methodist service will be held here at 7.30. Anglican service will be held atFinley.at 7.30.-. " :

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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THOSE AMERICAN NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

THOSE AMERICAN NAMES. The elderly matron with the I bundles, who was journeying to a . point in Wisconsin, and occupied a ! seat near the middle of the ear, had J fallen asleep. On the scat in front of | her sat a little boy. I Tho barkeman opened tho door of the car and called out the name of the ! station tho train was approaching. The elderly woman roused herself with a jerk. "Where are we, Bobby?" she asked. "I don't know, grandma," answer ed the littlo hoy. "Didn't the brakemnn say some thing just now?" ' "No. He just stuck his head inside the door and sneezed." "Help me with these things, JJob byl" she exclaimed, hurriedly. "This is Oshkosh. It's where we get off."

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ASSISTED IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

? -71 ASSISTED IMMIGRATION. To anyone unacquainted with tho con ditions of AuBtrali^iV progress, tlio figures rolating to thp distribution of population in Now Sbuth Wales will, perhaps, appoar somowhat remarkable, l?or many years past there lias been an extraordinary tendency on the part of our population to gravitate to the towns. Tho populatidn in tho Metro politan aroa is considerably largor than that in all otlior totyins of tho State takon together. Thirty years ago, out of every 1.000 personam tho-Stato, 532 wero in tlio rural _dis;tricts, that is, liv ing outside towns with a population of 500, but tho proportion is now only 314. This state of arfairsj which is in tlio last degree dangerous to a country which depends for its subsistence on tho development** OL its primary re sources, is directly/'traceable to two causes, viz., tho fail! in the birth-rate, and tho gradual ccssjation of tho policy of assisted immigration. Tho birth rate fell from 37*"tp 25 per thousand during....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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HER HUSBAND'S DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

HElt HUSBAND'S DREAMS. "I dreamed of you last night," said Boodle to his wife over tho breuki'ast tablc. "What did you dream, dear?" in quired liis wife. "I dreamed a dream," answered Boodle. "But what was tho dream?" in quired Mrs. Boodle, i)otulantly. "I dreamed I caught a chap run ning away with you." "And what did you say to him?" in quired his wife. "I asked him what he was running for." '

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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HE WOULD HAVE BEEN SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

HE WOtTJuD HAVE BEEN SAVED, A doctor who had recently married a I young widow arrived home after per- ! forming a serious but Kmtessful opera- ! tloa on fl patient. "How did It po't" asked his wife. "Oil, 1 pulled him through, but It was a stiff Job." "How clever you are, Tom," remarked the ad IhlrlnR Rliouse, "If i had only married J'nll four years ago I feel certnln that Door John (her first husband! would have been saved." -"DttlJy News."

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MELTING BARLEY. Permanent Market Created. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

MAMIN® ®AKLEY. Permanent Market Created. (I3y Hciiley V. O'Mcagher). Traction engine diuwiny iiniiortod biulcy from 'l'umwortli Station to Mr. E. J. Britten's Miiltings. There are ,and will continue to be, strong differences of opinion in re gard to the wisdom and the exped iency of that recent enactment by the Federal Legislature, known collo quically as the "Lyne Tariff." At an events, it is to-day in full operation over the whole Commonwealth, and only practical experience of its work ing over a reasonable period of time can reveal its true significance for most of us. That it has already wrought important and radical chan ges, however, in relatiicp to two great productive industries-those of the agriculturist and the maltster (who, in this country,'is .generally a .Brewer, as well) will .be readily gathered from the following interesting interview had by the writer with Mr. Arthur Tooth, of Tooth and Company, Limit ed, "Kent" Brfiwery, Sydney. T.he interview, it may be explained...

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THE PAISLEY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

THE I'AISLKY MAN. "While an express was stopping at a well-known Scottish station near the border, a sandy Scot was seen rushing along the side of the train. lie was carrying a bottle of whisky in one band, and into each compartment he popped his head, and asked if there was a Paisley man in it. At last one was found. "J am from Paisley," said he. "Wool, then,' lend me your cork screw." "This," remarked Mr. Came, Vis my photograph with my two French poodles. You recognise me, eh?" UI think so," said Miss Softe. "You arc the ono with the hat 011, are you not?"

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TIGHTENING A BELT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

TIGHTENING A BELT. The accompanying illustration shows An easily constructed belt tightener. It consists of four- pieces of wood which may be between 2 and 3 Inches 'wide and longenough to extend 4 or 5 inches each side of the belt to be spliced, and % inch thick. The ends should have the sharp comers cut oft and slightly notched in, so that the rope will not slip' off. . Use a rope about % inch diameter or about the size of clothesline. Place one of tne wood pieces behind the belt above ana below the splice, far enough apart to allow you to draw the belt tight ani have plenty of room to make the splice. Place the other pieces directly in front of the back ones and drive two 6in. wire nails through each and through the belt. Then take the two ropes; make a loop in each and place the loop over the two cloats at tne top. one on - each end. Run the rope down around the cleats at the bot tom, then 1 .ck around the cleats at the top. Pull up on the bottom cleats and tighten the ropes, an...

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THE DAIRY. HOW TO PHYSIC A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 23 October 1908

THE DAIRY.. Bow TO puirsio A cow. Veterinary surgeons often use tho ex pression "Give It a drench,'' which means that the medicine is to be lc liquid form, put into a strong, rathei 'ong-necked bottle, and administered from, it to the animal. But there ar« many who do not know how to accom» pUsh the work without , trouble, and possibly a deal of unpleasant labor and vexation. Tho quiet method is the best with a quiet animal, and it is just ae well to dlsponsa with assistance, If possible. Assuming, says the "Rural World," the operator is right-handed, he should stand pn the right front of the cow, pass the loft hand over her face, insert the fingers of that hand under her den tal-pad behind tho point where the In cisors meet it, and elevate the head to the right angle, pass the bottle Into the mouth; well back over the thick part of the tongue, and-let Its contents flow re gularly and smoothly as fast as the cow can swallow It. A less complaisant ani mal may require an assistant to ...

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