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In the Roaring Sixties. THE GREAT RUSH AT CANOONA. Being a Reminiscent Yarn of Fifty. Years Ago About Queensland's First Gold-Field. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 November 1908

i In the Roaring Sixties. rTHE GREAT RUSH AT CA NOONA. Being a Reminiscent Yarn of Fifty. Years Ago About Queensland's First Gold-Field. (By Cooyal. "RRISIi O! iRush -iv;rs a com mon enough cry along in the fifties and sixties, and the writer has a per sonal irccollcotion of riiany of them including the rushes to Burrandong, IronbarUs, Cudgegong, Apple-tree Flat, Pipe-clay, 'Campbell's Creek, the Me'roo-, Pyramul, and quite a number of local '(Ttiron) rushes, such as Arthurs' Oakey, Spring Creek, Ers .kine Mat, Christmas Point, . Moon . light..Flat, DarcheV Point, and one 'r.t-tne rear of Sofalh. township. Thcot rii J/ies occurred lon.g before the Lacii la'ii,"the Snowy, or Lambing Flat'were dreamt of, and most of them 'being within walking distance, it was simp ly a matter of " tip stick and run for: it didn't take long to down tent, roll up 'blankets and distribute the tools among the party of four, or si.v, as the case might he. In those days mates were partners in everything; th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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THE DAIRY. CHEESE MAKING. AMERICAN METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 November 1908

THE DAIRY. CHEESE MAKING. AMERICAN METHOD. An agricultural writer in the "Orange Judd Farmer" d£als with the American methods. of manufacture of small cheese: "We will assume," lie soys, "that wo use 500 pounds of. milk testing 4 per cent fat. If the quantity of milk used bo more or less, the amount of rennet, nalt, etc., should be proportionate. The night s milk should be well aired, cool ed, and kept at a temperature of CO de grees. "Mix the night's milk and .the fresh morning's milk in a vat or tub not-more than 20 inches-deep; 15 inches wiU be better, as the curd will cook more tno roiighly-and wilh less danger of packing In the bottom. A very simple and effec tive way of heating the milk Is to use two small cans 7 Inches In diameter and high enough -to extend above the sur face of the mflk. Fill these wilh hoi water and move them around p. the vat until the milk is warmed to 84 degrees. "When colored cheese is desired add % oiinccs of somo standard checse cofot mixed with a pin...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 November 1908

4UITHRIEJB0THERS. Varm Lands & Propertv Salemen, 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 Laval Separators, Portable Steel Framed Silos. Agents for John Darling & Sou. "WAEAT BODGHT zn ANY QUANTITY Bags Sold. > ' v . GUTHRIE BROS., -Cobram (Vic) and Finldy (N.S.W. iRackcazk Brothers Stock Siatiou and Financial Agents and Auctioneers, etc. , DENIL1QU1N & JERILDE|?IE. Stock Lists on application. . Clearing and Special Sales conduc ?tedinany part of theDistricts :-Fin ley, Berrigan, Jerilderie, Tocumwal Moatna, Matlioura, Barbara, Moula xneiu, and Beniliquin. (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL &T0.7 AUCTIONEERS NUMURKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held atNum turkah, Katamatite, Strathmerton, and Tocumwal. Horse, sales held at Numurkah Mont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 November 1908

NOTICE. JPersons in charge of Travelling ; Stijdi passing on the Open' Common . at Finley without giving due notice i?0 tiie Herdsman . or Trustees as prescribed by.. the Act will be E203ECUTED without further aeiioe. , By order of the Trustees. (Signed) J _T. CLOSE, " Chairman. s j a/07. General Blaclicmiili, GGSCTZ guilder, Horseshoer, &c., Ta.CU.ttWAL . livery cfass of Work proinp®/ attended to. Agent for Furphy and Soc3 ? 1; Waiter Ciirts. Notk Addkkss Near Tocitiaxval Bridge, HCTtJ J. Donkin's Bjotel. SOMETHING RE ALLYNEW! THE CROP MAKER* Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the 99 Fmn@t<r&: PATENTED J. T. AND MANUFACTURED ... BY CLOSE.. - :V, at /.v--1 His Steam Imolement Works, - ' 'IlNLEY, NEW SOUTH WALES; 'V" v- -V ? . . ' ?. . '. Write to him fop fuil particulars of the Imperial " Ideal". Disc Cultivator" and copies of Testimonials from practical farmers. Did you ever see a better proportioned or--more simple-looking Implement? It is just as...

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MURRAY BORDER ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 November 1908

MURRAY BORDER ASSOCIA " TION. The following is the draw. Matches will be played on the ground of the. former. 7th NOVEMBER. Cpbratn v. Tocumwal. Strathmerton v. Koonoomoo. 15th NOVEMBER. Koonoomoo v.- Cobram. Tocumwal V. Strathmerton. : " 22nd NOVEMBER. Koonoomoo v. Tocumwal. . Strathmerton v. Cobram. , Mr Fred. Dutin, President of the Coreen Shire, was thrown out of his buggy when driving along the Urana roadv His horse shied and Mr Dunn sprained one of his wrists. and received a severe shaking;

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FRIDAY, NOV.6th, 1908. The Church and Lotteries. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 November 1908

, FRIDAY, ^OV.6th, 1908. The Church and Lotteries. At the present time, while the Police Offences (Amendment) Bill is before the State Parliament, we might be pardoned for drawing at tention to the actions of the Church thereto. The particular clause of the Bill (which is being piloted through by the Preinier) in which the Churches hsve interested them selves, is that relating to sweeps, lotteries, games of chance, etc. Meet ings have been convened in Sydney and attended by gentlemen'having religious callings, resolutions have been carried denouncing the preva lence of shilling sweeps, and deputa tions from these meetings have waited upon responsible ministers of the House, and used strong, sen sational statements in their anxiety to gain sympathy, and save- "The poor from being led to damnation." No doubt Mr Wade has been in fluenced by these deputations, and their platitudinous stories, 'which have evidently been responsible for the faulty plauks of the craft which will require al...

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REQUIREMENTS OF THE SOIL. TESTING ITS FERTILITY. THE WIRE-BASKET METHOD. AN IMPORTANT INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

REQUIREMENTS OF THE SOIL. TESTING ITS FERTILITY. THE WIRE-BASKET METHOD. AN IMPORTANT INNOVATION. I^he wire-basket method of determin ing the manurlal requirements of soli' Is an American innovation, re cently introduced by Professor Whitney, Chief of the Bureau of Soils, United States- Department of .Agriculture. It is claimed for this sys tem that the agriculturist can ascertain in a few weeks' time what class of fer tiliser is beneficial to the soil. The chemical analysis of land, while it -re veals the properties, does not show to what extent the plant food elements aro available. Under existing conditions this is only ascertained after a~scason's growth. The wire-basket, method has, been de signed to shorten the-period of elucida tion, and to ndmit of a multiplicity of testa being made at the same time. . The new system consists in growing . plants in small wire baskets containing soli to which have been added fertilisers of different kinds and indifferent quan tities; The bask...

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COUNTRY EMPLOYMENT FOR YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

COUNTRY EMPLOYMENT FOR YOUNG MEN. THE Intelligence Department In Sydney frequently receives applications from youths who wish to give up city em ployment and engage in some rural work. The majority of the applicants are sons of well-to-do-residents, wlio will he prepared to lend them linanciai assistance after they are siitisiied that the money will be well (spent. In addi tion to the city youths, a number of young men arrive by almost every vessel from Great Britain and elsewhere. Many of these new arrivals are inex perienced, but willing to learn and turn their lmnd to any work tluit may arise on a farm or station. The wages they expect for a start are, of course, some what less, than the amount paid to com petent hands. The Director, of the Intelligence De partment, -Martin-place, Sydney, will be glad to hear from farmers and pas toralints who are willing to give a trial to young men of this type. Mention should be made of the wages offered, and also whether the employeo will be ...

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ELECTRICITY ON SHIPBOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

I ELECTRICITY ONv SHIPBOARD. Although much has from time to time been; written about tho Maurc tania, comparatively few can grasp the significant, part which electricity plays in the ship. Apart from tho 70,000 horse-power of the turbines which propel the ship through the water, the electrical power which is supplied by four generators, represents an additional 2,144 horse power. . Electricity is used not only for il luminating the ship at night, but for a multitude of other purposes, such as operating tho lifts, of which there are two for passengers' use, eight for bag gage and mails, and two smaller ones iu tho pautries. Electrically driven cranes and winches are also provided, and 6300 electric lamps ^ivo tho enor mous total of over 100,000 candle power. For heating the first-class quarters, 60 radiators have been fitted, to say nothing of some 43 heaters in tho bath-rooms. Numerous electric fans are used for ventilating tho various rooms, and aro so arranged that they * can supp...

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In the Roaring Sixties. THE GREAT RUSH AT CANOONA. Being a Reminiscent Yarn of Fifty Years Ago About Queensland's First Gold-Field. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

In the Roaring Sixties. THE GREAT RUSH AT CA NOONA. Being a Reminiscent Yarn of Fifty Years Ago About Queensland's First Gold-Field. (By Cooyal. 1 I-Iow much gold was won at Ca noona, no one can. say-more, prob ably, than the authorities'ever'knew, fbr records were not very carefully.' kept in those days, not even in New'' South Wales. As far as -was,known however,' the gold, yield _o£ Queens land up to 1877 was 1,819,194 oz., of .which Gympie had given 51,498 oz. Since then, Queensland's gold fields have yielded immensely, and the youn ger State's record beats that of. her parents'. Up to the end of last year, Queensland's .gold yield was 15,611,767 oz, the value of which was £66,314,528. Add to this- huge amount. the yield this year, up to the end of July last, viz.: 230,00002., and we have 15,841, 76702., of a gross value of 67 Million Pounds Sterling. Now, this is not so bad for fifty years, when we consider 'the sniallness ot the population-a little over half a million. It is i...

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LEARNINC TO SWIM IN 15 MINS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

LEARNINC TO SWIM IN 15 MINS. A professional swimmer who learnt ' to swim in the Danish' royal navy, ' says that any person can learn to swim in 15 minutes. "This," he writes | "is my method: You are my pupil : now, and we arc standing on the beach j facing the sea. First of all, the ocean is your friend. "It wants to carry you, ( if you will but give it a chance. If i you want to live in the water, you must lie down to your work; you . must straighten out your body full length. Look at tho fishes. Have you ever seen -a fish making a knot of it- : self? Tho water will not support you . if you tie yourself in a knot. Liedfwn on your back hero on the sand; | straighten your body like an arrow; 1 raiso your chin as high as possible. In., this position, tho ocean will float any human body-almost any length of time. Why? Because every square inch of your body surface is spread upon tho . water, so to speak,-giving it a cluinco to support , you properly. Your head : weighs aboub. 25 lb. No...

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Jerilderie Police Court. (Before A. O. Butler Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

Jerilderie Police Court. (Before A. O. Butler Esq., P.M.) A man named Freeman who had been in the employ of W. and A. Steele for a couple of mouths, and who afterwards was in a small bus iness on his own account from about the }8th of July, and disposed ofhis business recently, advertised a clear ing sale on the 30th Oct., sale to be held on the followingjday. The sale was conductd by Mr 1,. Thorburn and on the Sunday ithe auctioneer was suspicious that portion of the articles sold were apparently not the property of the vendor. Inquiry was made, with the re sult that Freeman was charged with stealing 1 packet of knives and three loose ones, theproperty of W. Steele and another during the mouths ot July and October.' Mr Meillon ap peared to prosecute, and Mr H. P. Whitty defended the accused. The case lasted frpm 10 a.m. until 6.20 p.m. when defendant was found guilty and sentenced to three months in Deailiquin goaj. The following day he was pros ecuted under the Police Offences &am...

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A WOMAN WHO LIVES IN A COFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

A WOMAN WHO LIVES IN A COF FIN. We have heard of people who live in caves and of others who spend their honeymoon in balloons, but surely, tho weirdest place on earth that one could jhooso to spend one's days in is. a coffin. Yet this is what an invalid woman is said tb bo doing-living :lay and night in a glass coffin, six feet long, two feet broad, and two feet high. Whatever space she docs not require for her body and the neces sary amount of. vif t»l air is taken up uy a matress, pillows, and cushions. Tina extraordinary apartment is the lady's own invention, and suggested self to her when she was ordered south to a warmer climato by tho doc tor. It was necessary to iind some way that she could withstand tho exposure .nid hardship of so long a trip, as, iftcr a violent ataek of pneumonia, followed by bronchitis and anaemia, .she had got into the habit of living in a tightly closed room, and tho slightest draught of air set her shiver ing. Her doctor considers tho idea jood one, b...

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TO THE EDITOR. TOCUMWAL AS A PICNIC RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

TO THE EDITOR. TOCUMWAL AS A PICNIC I RESORT. < Sir,-Your little riverside town is undoubtedly the, most attractive spot within reasonable it of the Goul burn Valley, and is especially so to j this part of the district for picnics and fishing parties, and now that the summer is upon us and outings are being atranged for future dates, I would draw the attention of your progressive townsmen to the slight difficulties that have grown up since the station has been established on the N.S.W side of the river. As you are doubtless aware the Numur kah branch of the Australian Na tives Association hold an annual picnic in February, and for the last three years we have charted a special train to Tocumwal Bridge, where a very'enjoyable day can be spent on the sandy beaches near the site of the old railway station. Many hundreds of people avail them selves of this trip each year, and it has always been looked forward to as*'one of the events of the year." However since the removal of...

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

CARRIAGES BUGGIES SULKIES 165-167 CASTLEREABH ST.. SYDNEY (Between Market and Park StsJ Buggies with ahoTto, E20. We will quote prict* landed far any Vchlclo on application. Bend for free catalogues and-all Informatloo. Out SHOW ROOMS are large and well worth a.. GUNS. RIFLES. REVOLVERS, AMMUNITION. _ R. Green Estate, 90 Bathurar St., Sydney. Everything Sold at Usual Sale "Half Price. Price Price D.B.B.L. Farmer Gun. _ £ 3 15 0 £2 0 0 D.B.B.L. Gun. fitted with . 7 10 0 8 IS' 0 12 0 0 6 10 0 0 0 20 0 0 IS 0 Gent's Bicycle. Hntfltsh-made, fitted with Uuntop Tyres 12 15 0 5" 17 8 D.B.B.L. Gun.Cashmorc. pigeon 17 0 0 B 17 0 Wizard Camera 2 15 0 17 6 Hand Camera. 4/-: Single Barrel Hreech-loading Guns, 21A? Hock Rifles. 10/G; Saloon, S/-: Air Guna, 8/6; bjhokclbss Cartridges. 7/6 100: Black Pow der. 6/.; Revolvers, 6/-: quantity of Files, Tools, and host of other lines. ANY OF THE ABOVE GOODS WILL BE FOR. WARDED on receipt of Cheque or P.O.O.. made payable MANAGER. R, GREEy ESTATE. W Bat...

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Hic et ubique. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

Hie et ubique. Sliepparton railway station was destroyed by fire on Monday last. Townspeople are rather pleased as they now hope for an up-to-date station. ' Recreation Park trustees meeting on Wednesday evening next at the Mechanics' Institute. A young man named Newton com mitted suicide at Quat Quatta on Saturday last by shooting. Mr G. R. Jeffries announces that he is prepared to effect insurances on growing crops, or hay stacks. . New wheat is quoted at 3s 6d Finley for forward delivery. New chaff prime, ex rail Sydney £6 15s to#. The Wonnue school picnic held cn Monday last was well attended, and a most enjoyable day spent. The local mushroom Waratah Club did not hold the proposed pic nic. It has ceased to bloom. Mi M'Gowen's censure motion was, as most people anticipated easily defeated, 41 to 25. Oh, Mc where is thy sting ? or brains ? The boys who go in bathing nepr the town, and lather themselves with lurid language are going to shift, -i Xet us soap so. The steamer Gem, wh...

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CHAPTER XLVII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

CUAI'TKR XLVn. I have spirit to do anything that appears not foul In the truth of my spirit.-Shakespeare. The following morning, as Beatrix had predicted, brought Frank Moreland to tlio Moat, to make inquiry after the fa tigues of the feto riven in honour of his coming of age. Wlien ho entered tho drawing-room he found her alone. Since the heiress had hee.u mad© acquainted with the attachment existing between Mary Hiver* and her visitor, *Hie natural ly felt anxious to know something more of him-not of his rank, fortune, or fami ly; these she wa.s perfectly acquainted with, but of his temper, character, head and heart, on which far moro than on weaH h the chancc of happiness in married life depends. Dearly as she loved her cousin, she was not blind to her faults. She saw that sho was one of those impulsive, (spirited crea tures, who, without being exactly vain of their beauty, are perfectly awaro of the privileges it bestows, and would re quire the hand of reason, tempered by affect...

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Church Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

Church Fair. The fancy fair and sale of gifts in aid of .the funds of the Tocumwal Methodist Church was opened on Wednesday last in Hillson's Hall, when there was a good attendance. The hall was tastefully decorated with evergreens and the stalls pret tily draped and festooned with art ificial flowers-the arum lilies being particularly attractive, and many eulogistic remarks were heard con cerning the artistic decorations, for which all credit is due to the ladies, who alone were responsible for the very pretty effect. The fancy stall was presided over by Mesdames G. Bourchier and J. Fleeman and Miss Hillson. Produce stall-Mesdames G. R. Jeffries and J. Hearn. Refreshment stall-Misses Bour chier, Breaden, A. Hillson and Sta ples. Lolly stall-Misses Mary Jeffries and Blair. Flower stall-Miss A. Jeffries. Gift Tree-Misses Cam eron and Hearn. Each of the stalls were well stocked with useful and ornamental articles all marked iti plain figures and at prices which were not at all excess ...

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

-A TALE OF THE CBIMEA. CHAPTER XLYI-Continued. "Quarrel?" repealed Beatrix. "You know," continued her cousin, "what very unreasonable beings men are." "But what lias ho done .so very unrea nonabloP" inquired tlio heiress. "To mo he appeared one of the most gentlemanly, considerate persons I had ever met." "Never trust lo first impressions," said Miss Kivors; "they are treacherous, my love. Jlut I am glad yon like him; Mot that it can over signify in the least. ' "Still, you have not answered any question," observed the heiress. "It was one of those trifling circum stances which become important from the manner and the occasion on which they occur; iu the first place ho would come of ago livo days before my month of at tendance upon her Majesty expired. Not that 1 blame him for that, it might not. have been altogether his fault," she con tinued, with a smile at her own unrea sonableness ; "but he had actually the in discretion to ask his cousin, the lion. Fanny JJertie, who is also o...

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At the Butts. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 13 November 1908

At the Butts. A very interesting day was spent at the Finley range on Monday last, when a team of eight rifleraent from the Jerilderie Club engaged ini a match, with Finley. The visitors, were on the ground at 10.30, and: were left in charge of it until fully an hour later, when the locals put. in an appearance. The contest was. very close and interest keen as tO' the final result. The scores were :-. . JERILDERIE. . 1 500 600' TotaL H. Smythe .. 32 32 64 F. Smythe ... 32 28 60 > -M'Callum 25 'lO 35i E. Hitchens ... 34 21 55 G. Thorman... 37 30 67 . F. Chapman... 32 22 54. W. Stanlake... 27 20 >..47 H.Wise ,..."34 25 '59v Total ' 441 I'lNLEY. 500 600 Total' V. Tongs ... 28 31 59 R. M'Dowall... 26. 30' 56 C. Jones 21' 22' v HI Thompson SO "61 .? t>. M'Gillivray 21'"-'-19 471 A. Close 27( 24 51 P.Wells...... 37 30 67. G. Richens ... 30 11 41 Total ... ... 425

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