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HEALTH HINTS. WOMEN AND SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

HEALTH HINTS. WOMEN AND SLEEP. The grtatest mistake people can mako is to imagine that so many hours of sleep are all that are re quisite' fo»* a good-- night's rest. Quantity is good, but ^quality is better. Every woman (says a eon temporary) who values her looks, her youth, her fresh skin, and clear eyes must realise that eight to nino hours' sleep at night are a necessity. But more than that, the sleep must be of a certain quality. First . of . all, however, as to quantity. Many women pride them selves on sleeping very little. They, arc wrong. Inevitably they arc lay ing up for themselvesnerves and fretted natures and lines ajnd wrinWles and premature, if invisible, decay. Women need sleep as much as plants need water. Of course, a woman can accustom herself to broken mights and short nights, in a sense. That is to say, she can lie awake, if need* bo, and apparently, perhaps, at first, bo none the worso.' it is, however, undermining her health and beauty, and it is only a ques ti...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

NEW TRENCH MODEI, For a Dress for a Young Girl.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. Cradled Eggs.-Required: Half a pound of cold veal, tablespoonful of molted butter, ohopped parsiey, three or four eggs, salt and pepper, one gill of white stock, sippets of toast. Cradled eggs will prove delicious if prepared according to my recipe. JVIfnce very fine ly somo cold veal, or, if you havo it, . cold chicken. Add a tablespoonful each ; of melted butter and chopped parsley with a well-beaten egg. Season atl with popper and salt. Place enougn stock or gravy to moisten the meat In a saucepan over the fire,''turn In the mix-' ture and simmer about eight minutes. "When thoroughly moistened, blended, and heated through, place the mince on a hot plate and make it smooth across tho top. Build a fence of crisp pieces of toast round the edge of the dish, have ready and place in this meat b*d as many poacjied eggs as it will hold, and garnish it with parsley. Serve with 'each poached egg a spoonful of the delicious mince, the egg being on the top. R...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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PROFITS OF HARRY LAUDER'S AMERICAN TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

I PROFITS OP HARRY LAUDER'S AMERICAN TOUR. Mr. Harry Lauder, nvlio is appear ing this week at tiro Grand Theatre of Varieties, Birmingham, before crowded houses, has been interviewed by a ''Daily Chronicle" representative with reference to his forthcoming visit to America. Asked if the extravagant figures, which had been mentioned in somo nowspapors as to his salary were true, Mr. Lauder remarked:-"I only wish they wore.- As a matter of fact, I shall got vory little out of tho visit. You must remember tho circumstances under which I go out. I was under an engagement to appear at tho Theatre Royal, Glasgow, when I gat the offer to go .to America. I have had to break that tmgagoment, and to do so has cost mo a vory largo sum. I have had to indemnify them for liberating mo, and that will take well, practically all I Bhall get out of tho trip.!7 "I suppose you will bring a fow thousands back all tho sumo?" I ven tured to quory, but ho assured mo that tho visit was intended more to oiihu...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

Sydney' Markets.' j For old . wheat, which'is Very scarce, there is strong demand, and! millers are buying up to 4s d per' busliej, but with very little chance of. securing any quantity. The nlar ket for new . wheat .is .in smpatny with I,ondon, much firmer sales having been made at 3s *oj£d,. trucks, Sydney. The demand for oats continues, fair, but prices are unchanged. New chaff is now coming for ward very freely, and prices for alt descriptions are decidedly easier. The demand for lucerne hay,is well sustained, and prices keep at ^ a fairly good level. . ' : - The following are the ruling-whole sale rates for the various descriptions of produce ex! rail or wharf:-Wheat: Old, to 4s 3^ ; new, 3siod to 3s id}i per bushels, December deliv-* ery. Oats: Algerians, 2S gd. Maize r On'wbarf, prime yellow, 3s 8d to 33. - gd;on rail, 3s 7d to 3s 7per bushel. Chaff: Prime green wheat en, to j£y 1 os; oaten, to £f; straw chaff, from 65s per ton. lucerne Hay: Prime dry green, in smalfl bales, ...

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GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL AT PARRARflATTA. (By "Ik-til.") Of the many x>rob'lems that from time to time have oiigfiged the atten tion and absorbed the energies of social workers there can never be or>: that could .claim or demand a greater share of'tlio best ..endeavours of these Good Samaritans)' thanvthat which has for its object the reclamation and the salvation of women kind. Tho term 1 Women kind is here used in a com prehensive- sense, ahd *would include children and growing girls, irrespec tive of age. . .* Within Now South -Wales there, are several ^Institutions whoso aims are directed to tho reclaiming of girls, and educating them to tho knowledge that life holds .more for them than the mere i>anderinj£ to vicious and irresponsible promptings. The In dustrial School at I'arramatta is, it is understood, the oldest established of these reformatories,, and demands special attention, inasmuch as it has perhaps beforo all others solved the difficult problem of successful...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

CRICKET. Strp.thmerton visited Tocumwal ou Saturday list and suffered a, defeat .which was brought about mainly by file excellent fielding of the "locals who were' exceptionally good tli'at day. Another factor worthy of note jvas the fine innings played by N. Fox who put together the tidy score pf 45 when lie was given'out l.b.w. to Sellers;' His quota was obtained by good play; not one chance did he give, and his opponents, like his colleagues were sorry that he did not reach the half-century. Hi a batting included 6 fours 2 threes 3 twos find the balance in singles. . N. Brown was in.good form with the .bat slid liis score reached ;5I3, which included 9 fours,, before, he was caught by Baglin.. This bats-' man was also very deadly with the ball as he secured s wickets for 16 runs.. . - . Hobsoii .a new member added IS to the total when 111 was bowled by Reynojdspn. J. Wilson made liis second appearance this season, and after making 11 he was stumped by Ryde., D. Rotton made a ' li...

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MR. J. P. MORGAN'S LOBSTER FEASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

MR. J. 1».' MORGAN'S LOBSTER . FEASTS. At Newport, a popular resort of wealthy Americans, Mr. J. P. Mor gan, has a small, unpretentious, wood en clubhouse, one story high. Near it ho owns a stretch of the ocean front, with plenty of rocks upon it, and uses it simply for lobster feasts. Ho rarely spends inoro than three or four days there each year, and these are general ly about the end of July or the be ginning of August. _ A special lobstorinan and fisherman is employed by Mr. Morgan. Tho traps are pjaccd in parts of the son not frequented by the commercial fishermen, consequently the largest and choicest lobsters are caught by this expert deep sea catcher. Tho natives say that for several weeks be fore the arrival of Mr. Morgan tho feeding grounds of the ' lobsters arc stocked by dropping down a big supply of certain food stuffs calculated to attract and draw the crustaceans to ward tho Morgan traps. At tho clubhouse the lobsters are prepared and served by two coloured cooks from...

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Hay Council. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

Hay Council. At the last meetingof the above body a letter .was received from the manager of tlie Union Bank in. ref erence to the loan account asking for early payment of tlie whole .o£ the overdraft, and that same would be insisted on even if it -was necessary to resume the suspended legal pro? ceedings. Councillors interviewed the manager, who held out 110 hope of any other arrangement. The manager of the London Bank was then (wait'ed ou, but he declined to have anything to do with the ad vance... . ., , , Aid. Rawnsley said evidently the local" financial institutions did not view their gilt-edged security in the same way that the Council did. He did not think it would be amiss to appeal to the Government for' as sistance. - The Mayor: They refused to guarantee our loan! " The Mayor asked were there not any rich people in town who would lend the Council the money. ; A voice : Why not interview the tuan who drew Tulkeroo in Tatt's. .. Aid. Rawnsley: I think the coun :il should at ...

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MARTYR OF SCIENCE. HOW DR. HALL-EDWARDS LIVES WITHOUT HIS HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

MAilTYlt OP SCIENCE. I HOW DH TIALL-EDWAltDS LIVK'j WIIHOU'J.1 HIS HANDS. The thousands of people all over the . 1 world who have followed with keen in terest and sympathy tho story of.Dr. I Hail-Edwards' long light with-pain, tho result of his devotion to tho scienco of radiography, will be glad to know that ho is recovering strength after hi* second operation, and is now ablo in a small measure to' resume work, states a contributor to the "Daily. .Express." Ho is in a sadly liandieax'ped con dition, however, fur his left hand and forearm have gone, his right hand ex cept the thumb lias also been ampu* ! tatod, and in his iiflietfi year, wlien ' he was looking forward to many new , experiments in the use of tho X rays, ' he is compelled to look on himself as ' almost debarred from practical work, i Eor ten years ho lias probably dono 1 more to extend tho application of tho i X rays to the relief ol sullering tnaji any other man in England, and now -although a victim of the X rays h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

TBde leverage tfyat benefits. ? ^JOT aii^ply a thirst-1' quencher, not merely stimulant, but just the purest, most inspiriting, and most health-infusing spirit that has ever been produced. ' , Mra "Webber, Sharp Street Goolouj?, Vic, say . "Soiuatimoop)myfltornkconorgavo mo a anmplo packojfo of Chamberlain's tablotH to try, and I round them Booifectlvo that I bought ft box, Ymdnmco that time have never been without thorn in my, homo. Wlion I hayo tafcon other lnxatiros I havo noticcil a toudouoy to bhcomo constipated, after dincontlnuinp thoir two but there fa nothing of thatHorfc after tak itp Chameerlam'B tablets. They net naturally ana reimlato thohowcln. Iu fact, Hook upon them as jnv family doctor and novor tako any other inedicmo of that kind." Foe fiMoby L.Jonsen, & co. i'ictoy A COMPLETE CURE* By perusing the following story, tho reader "will be tun do acquainted ivith eir cuiust&uccb that poBrtibly bear a personal resemblance, In which event grattffuinebs wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

CARRIAGES BUGGIES SULKIES §& w«*un, 165-167 ? Gastlereabh ST.. SYDNEY (Between Market und Park Sta.) Bagfiles wltEi shafts, &20. We will quote prlc« Uaded f«r an? Vchlcl* oa application. Send for free catalogues and all Information, Our SHOW ROOM8 arc large and well worth a GUNS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS. AMMUNITION. R. Green Estate, BO Bathurst St.. Sydney. Evorything Sold at Usual Sato Half PPIco> Price Price D.B.B.L. Farmer Gun, £ 3 15 0 £2 0 6 D.B.B.L. Gun; Sited with 0 -0 20 0 0 _ 15 0 Gent's Bicycle. Hnglish-made, fitted with Uunlop Tyres 12 J5 0 5 17 8 D.B.B.L. Gun.Cashmorc, pigeon 17 0 0 6 17 0 '.Wizard Camera 2 15 0 I 7 B Hand1Camera. 4/-: Single Barrel Breech-loading Guns, 21/: Rock Rifles. 10/6 5 Saloon, 5/-; Air Guns, 8/8; SMOKELESS 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. GKEE>' ESTATE, 90 B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

1FTOL- OWFfE-l (Under New Management.) 1BEGS to advise his friends and tit Travelling Public that he lias taken possession of the above well knowi; Hotel, which has always enjoyed .file reputation of being the Commercial House in Finley, also one of the best conducted in the district, and he trusts by strict attention to .4msmess to merit the continued patronage which has always been: «a»rded the All Wines, .Ales, Spirits and Cigars are the finest procurable. Roomy Stables. Attentive Groom Coaches for Jerilderie, Tocntnwal, > «ad Deniliquin call each day. GKORC.lv DA I, TO A. Proprietor. THE TOGUMWAL HOTEL. -FRANK S' THE test brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. -. T Unlimited Stabling.-' . Cab ineets all trains. ' Coaches leave here for Finley, Berrigan, Barooga, Corowa & Jerilderie Only First Class Brands of Wines and Spirits stocked. Cleanliness, Civility and Attention guaranteed. . HARRY H. CASEY, Proprietor. THE 190S-9 : Melbourne Sales : SEASON. Held Wee...

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CHAPTER XLVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

CTIAPTKR XLVIII. ,! When wit, the cunning fencer, bites with strongth Sinew and muscle take the wall. I ween. -Old Piny. During the wcok which intervened be tween the invitation and the party,* Puth bert was either n daily visitor at tho Moat, or Beatrix, accompanied by, Mary and her lovor, rode over to the enemies' camp, as tho formor playfully designated Vnvnssour Manor, under pretonco of as sisting in tho arrangomonts, or rehears ing tlio proverb in which Margaret, her brother, young Moreland, tlio heiress, and herself were each to tako a part. Tlieso visits satisfied the cousins that Frank had really discovered the recess in which tlio papers they were so anxious to obtain wcro concealed. On a closer examination they found that the shield in tho centre of the panel was movable j on being pressed in a cortain direction it ixnvo wny. mid disclosed ft curiously* con trived lock, whoso wards woro in the form of the letter V. A hundred plans were debated to-find tho koy, but all reje...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

«THKJMTiEte,J "'.'?arm Lands & Property Salcmen, Commission and Manufactures' Agents. AGENTS FOR jNidiolsoa & Morrow's Union Har vesters, Union Disc Plough! Horse "Works, Combination Disc Cul tivator, Wool Presses, etc. Uornsby & Son's Oil Engines, , Binders aud Mowers. Alfa I/aval Separators, Portable Steel Framed Silos. Agents for John Darling & Son. "Waeat BOUGHT IN ANY QUANTITY Bags Sold. _ ^ GUTHRIE BROS., j .Cobram (Vic) andFinldy (N.S.W., IRacktnzie Brothers. Stocky Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneers, etc. DENILIQUIN & JERILDER|E. application. - eSSfH&Si Cleanlig ifrld. Speciafsafes -con^fe ?fceditiany part of the DistrictsFin- J Icy, Berrigan, Jerilderie, Tocumwal i Moama, Mathoura, Barham, Moula-! meiu, and Deniliquin. ? | (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL ^& CO^, AUCTIONEERS HUMuiiKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales lield at Num tirkah, Katamatite, Strathmerton, .and Tocumwal. " Horse sales" held at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

SOMETHING REALLY NEW! THE CROP MAKER. Take a good look at this Cultivator; it's the ^ "QSBEAEL" MS©- ePLTIWATffiffio Opi: j 4"*"*' ' ';.v m ' y'H^ «?v\-^ PATENTED AND " MANUFACTURED BY ? ? - . JH T. CLOSE, at pis Steam Imolement Works; , NEW SOUTH WALES /* '' Write to him fop full particulars of the Imperial " Ideal" :;v:'. 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 good as it looks. It is made right, works right? unci is not aa untried, experiment. It has a record UN SURPASSED by any like tool on the market. Its praises are soitnded from all parts of the State in fact from many other.States The''IDEAI, " 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." CI.OSE, Finley, N.S.W.,'for full particulars and testimonials. 4 . ©©mmeiRSMll, TiFai¥<£ttfl(g...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, NOV. 20th, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

Toeumwal , Guardian . ,AAND, PINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 18970 . FRIDAY, NOV. 20th, 1908. The Shire engineer is calling ten ders for various pieces of road work. Particulars will be found in this issue in connection with the annual sea-side and lakes excursions on the Victorian Railways. The Rev J. Sands B.A. is acting as locum tenens to the Rev T. S. Crawford M. A. and will follow the usual plan of services. A meeting of members of the Mechanics' Institute will be held on Tuesday evening next to deal with the resignation of a trustee. The Auditor-General declares that the State lost .£16,144 last .year on the Myall Creek land, purchased, for Closer Settlement. Some interesting particulars of Crown Lands which will be made available in a few days will be found in our supplement of this issue. The importation into the Common wealth of matches and vestas con taining the substance usually known as white or yellow phosphorus is prohibited from the first of January 1909. Grand Secret...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

Bereavement Notice. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutton desire to express their sincere THANKS to their many friends, for personal ex pressions of sympathy, letters and floral wreaths received, during their recent sad bereavement, especially to Mr. and Mrs Thorp, who were part icularly kjnd.' ' _

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XLVII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CllAl'T'ill XIV s'll-Continued. "I must trust to his kindness and your forbearance," observed Frank in n whis per, 'Ho excuse my appai'ent eajn'ice." "The (act . is, Tricksey," *aid Mary Rivers, "wo met in the park\ the poor fellow confessed that ho was hungry, so I've brought bim homo to dinner. "Not another word, my dear fellow." replied tho baronet, cutting 4 short the apologies of his visitor; "decidedly ulna to see you-detest taking my wino alone <-<|iiito a charity to return. You shall taste my whito burgundy, and tell me if it excel* Ouselton's. James will show you to your dressing-room; and you, saucy puss." Jio added, turning to his niece, "oil with you-only ten minutes to dress, not another second.'' ! Tho two cousins left tho room, and what might really he considered marvel lous tinder the circumstance, actually I luado their appearance as tho last stroke of tho dinner-bell echoed through tho hospitable mansion of the speaker. D...

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ALL THAT WAS NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

ALL THAT WAS NEEDED. Tho first Earl of Mansfield had occa sion to dismiss his coachman, and, on being asked for n "character," wrote as follows:-'Tho hearer, John , has sorved mo for three years in tho ' capacity of coachman. Ho is an aulo clrivor and a very sober man. _I dis clmrgori liim bccnuso ho clicatod mo. A day or two later tho man roturned to thank his old master for tho help lie iuid afforded in getting him a now bortli. How had tho testimonial liolp od him? Lord Mausfiold wished to know. The new master had observod that ability to drivo and sobrioty were tho qualities ho req'uirod in a coachman. Ls for tho cheating, "I'm a Yorksliiro no," said the now employer. '

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