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BRAVE TELEPHONE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

BRAVE TELEPHONE GIRL. A heroic incident is recorded in con nection with a disaster through the cloud-burst at 'tho town of Polsoni, Now Mexico. Tho disaster came so suddenly that tho loss of life would have been far greater had it not been for tho heroism of Mrs. Sarah Rooko, tho operator at ,tho local telephono bureau. Sho had been warned from a neighbouring oxchango of tho ap proaching wall of water, which was carrying all before it, and though sho had time to fleo and save hor life, sho stuck to hor post, and as rapidly as possibly called up tho subscribers in JFolsom by tolbphono. In this way sho called up forty different families, giving them all an opportunity to es capo, being finally overwhelmed by tho current of water whilo at her work. Tho telephono oxchango was utterly destroyed and carried away, and tho body of tho bravo woman was found twelve miles distant from Fol som, in a mutilated condition. Though her body was covered with debris, tho telephono receivor was still f...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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KOSCIUSKO AND THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS. The Simla of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

KOSCIUSKO AND THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS. ? The Simla of Australia. Tirunh is no doubt that the unique conditions ' obtaining-iu Now South Wales regarding variety of elimato and. the consequent healthful changes avail able arc almost unrealised. It has bccomo tlio fashion- to think of New South Wales as practically all alil'e the coast a littlo more moist and ener vating than tlio interior.perhaps-but . all subject to relontless heat for tlio larger portion of the year. Thoso fortu nato ones who are in a position to look for a change of climate luivo grown accustomed to making excursions to Now Zealand or Tasmania in order to find the change for which they crave. Jt remained for Sir Joseph Car ruthers (then Mr. Carruthcrs) to realise the great potentialities of tlio Kosci usko district MS a tourist and health resort. _ A couple of years ago tho mountain was almost inaccessible, tho . only means of reaching it being n long, tedious ride on horseback, not unaccom panied by an element of dang...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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RECORD FISH STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

RECORD FISH STORY. All the fish stories sinco prehistoric times havo been eclipscd by tlio talo of the grateful crab toJcI in last week's "Era" (London). Tho ^ heroes of tho story aro Mr. Alfred "Sommerlud, musical director of tho Devonshire' Park Theatre, East bourne, and Air. Edgar Bateman, tho song writer. Mr, Batoman, marching along with his rods, mot Mr. Sommerlad, and told him ho was on his way to the Hippodrome to borrow a "profes sional's" dress-basket, as no creel would hold his average catch. ' "I'vo heard of your prowess with the rod," said tho musician, "and now I'm coming to tho pier with you to see whether it is true." Nothing abashed, Mr. Batoman led the way to tho staging under tho pier head, which was deserted, and, drop ping down a lino, soon hooked a fine spccimcn of tho edible crab. Ho was about to destroy tho crea ture, when Mr. Sommerlad bogged that its Hfo might bo spared. It waB thon tossed back to tho wator, and at that njomont an accidental kick sent the ti...

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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. Tin:-following Crown Lands have boon gazetted a.S available for Settlement on tho dates given below :- j CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE BI5LLTNGEN LANIJ DISTRICT, UOnortH, in L Block, distant 4 tnilcn from Coramba, . parish Moonco, county Fitzroy; suitable for dairying; annual rent for ft rat turm, £3 Ms. (id. Available Jllth November, 190S. (C.P.L. Area No. 13G.) ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD SELECTION GRICNFI5LL LAND DISTRICT, fiOStf acres, in 1 block, distant 15 miles from Gronfoll, and 8 niiloa from Wiroga Railway Station ; suitable -for grazing and agriculture ; annual rent for first term, £.1 15s. Avail able 3rd Dcccmher, 1908. (U.S. Area No 1,078.) WINDSOR LAND DISTRICT, within Wil berfoi'co Population Area, 45 aerca in 1 block at Wilborforee, and distant 4$ miles from Windsor ; mutable for agricul ture ; annual rent for first term, 17s. Available 7th January, 1901). (U.S. Aroa No. 1,079.) SPECIAL AREA ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE ONLY: BitAIDWOOD LAND DISTRICT, part ...

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THE DAIRY. BUTTER AND CHEESE. THE COLONIAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

THE DAIRY. BUTTER AND CHEESE. THE COLONIAL, TRADE. Messrs W. Weddel and Co., of London, have issued their annual review of the 'movements in Colonial produce as re gards butter and cheese, together "With a chart showing the deliveries and movements in price. "With regard to - butter the firm states that the regular, and substantial increase in the quantity Imported into the United Kingdom which has taken place, year by year, for the last quarter of a century, except in 1005, when the imports fell off by 15,000 tons, has in 1908 received a more serious shock, the imports of butter having" declined to the extent of 18,113 :tons, or per cent. The increase for the ten years prior to 1908 averaged 6000 tons annually, so that there is a setback o^ three average years to overtake. The total quantity of butter imported for the year just en ded was 201,134 tons, consisting of 103,381 tons of foreign and 35,750 tons of Colo nial. -The reduction occurred altogether in the Colonial division, an...

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

The Rainfall. The following table shows in points the rainfall as. recorded officially at the Finley Post Office ; 1899 : I900 1901 1902 . 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 I- 63 ! r.104 165 86 57 311 30 140 5° 63 165 57 I 366 124 24'5 -324 187 221 -83 . -2 140 44 - 15 . 30 241 -26 I32 165 242 I54 181 65 7 96 ~.l 188 nil ?io 152 "32 113 3.7 165 -12; 384 186 216 37 300 205 35 283 I78 99 238 225 49 24 5t 57 257 211 166 35 2S3 86 59 40 241 i58 152 306 62 127 140 12.35 j'I7-94 112.83 i 31.90 118.38 nil 35i 260 90' 298 354 -335 170 '43 >4-95 r5.°S 25-39

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FARM AND FIELD The Value of Lime. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

FARM AND FIELD * TIio Volno of Iiimo. An instructJvo memorandum on tlio uco and value of llmo has recently been issued by ono.of the English Agricul tural Associations. It is pointed, but that tho uso of fai'nv.yard manure and artificial manures has tended to deplete tho generality of soils of the stock, of lime. This circumstance offers some cx plaHation of the deterioration'of much of the hay land6 and pastures in the. country. Lime promotes the d'ec-ay of orga:.:3 nitrogen compounds, and Ita effect is strikingly shown In old pas tures, gardens and land which have been heavily manured with organic manures. Applications of suporphosphate, and es pecially of sulphate of ammonia or com pound manures containing this mate rial, make an extra draft on the store of lim'o In the soil. In districts where, owing to nearness of lime-kilna (and absent of suitable machinery for grinding the limestone rock to a hue powder) cob lime is preferred. It is es sential that tho lime jajiould bo spread...

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DRUNKEN CHAUFFEUR. EXEMPLARY SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

DRUNKEN CHAUFFEUR, EXEMPLARY SENTENCE. . As a sequel to an exciting scene that happened in Queen Victoria street on Saturday evening, August 2D, James Cresswell, a chauffeur, residing in Ful ham, was charged at the Mansion House Police Court on August 31 with lieing drunk and driving a motor-cab to the common danger. . A constable stated that he saw the cab proceeding at a rapid pace towards, Chatham place, at Blackfriars Bridge, and that clinging to the mudguard was a boy. A bicycle was jammed into the rear of the vehicle. The witness called -upon Cresswell to-stop, but he took no notice.- A second motor-cab went in pursuit^ overtook . the defendant, and stopped him. At the police station the divisional surgeon certified Cresswell to" be drunk. The lad who was found clinging to the mudguard gave evidence, stating that he was riding his bicycle when h« %va» struck in the back by the cab and thrown on to tho guard. He was car ried some hundreds of yards before the cab was" stopped. C...

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THE BARONESS VON SUTTNER. A WONDERFUL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

THE BARONESS VON SUTTNER. A.WONDERFUL WOMAN. One of the most interesting of the visitors to London in connection with the International Peace Congress is the Baroness t- Bertha von 'Suttner, the authoress of the notable book Lay Down Your Arms, which induced the Tsar to issue his famous Peace Rescript. The Baroness is one of-the most active living workers in the cause of International peace, and has written many books and pamphlets on the subject. She Is tho widow of-.Baron Gundacar von Suttner, who was himself a, writer of no mean distinction, and when lie -*vas alive he and the Baroness.lised to write together under the pseudonym of "B. Ortoff." . . 0.1^ MILITARY STOCK. ' . Curiously efio.ugh, the Baroness comes of a family of fighters, and in .the c-aiiy I days of her propaganda she had to put i up with.many rebuffs from her own re flations; biit she stuck to her convictions through thick and thin, and her crown ing triumph came- when t>he. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in...

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A PLANTING OUTFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 20 November 1908

A PLANTING OUTFIT. . A properly constructed dibble is neces sary for planting out potatoes or trans planting- seedlings. Too often an ordin ary piece of stick is used, and the hole is too small; this causes the" roots to be .come inverted, or seeds to be too deeply and ^unevenly, planted. Procure on old spade handle (as shown in t!ie Fi.?. 1); cut off the length required, about 15!n.; ?work the end Into rather a thick point; mark off from the end 3, 6, and 9 in., at which points bore a hole; obtain a peg or iron bolt to fit the .holes, protruding .on each side about 3 or 4 in. This will equalise the depth of planting. The line and reel shown in Fig. 2 is an absolute necessity for laying out the grounds and making planting uniform. All flower and many fine garden seeds require'to be raised in boxes and trans . planted. The boxes (as shown in Fig. 3) should be 4 in. to 6 in. deep, and libera oily supplied with holes at. the bottom for drainage. The bottom should be lined with small pi...

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

GBKERAI- NOTES. . The Argentine wheat? yield is, this year, 5,238,705 tons, against 4,215,435 in the 1S0G-7 season. ~ The pig: can bo weaned at six weeks old, as he is born with teeth with which Vo masticate his tfood. . The fallow should be worked as .'often as possible; the more it is worked the , more moisture will be conserved. A sow should not be allowed' to far row until fifteen months old, and two litters a year aire quite suflieient. For the small wheat and sheep, farmer tkc: following system la a good one' in average country. . Plough tho fallow: land 5 Inchcs deep, scariEy^eto a $opth of 3 inches repeatedly during the 'spring1 and early summer, and leave the pad dock to the sheep tlic rest of "the sum mer. » The most remarkable of all the experi ments made at Cambridge (states the English "Journal of Horticulture") Is the successful creation of a wheat abso lutely proof against rust. Even when grown in absolute contact with diseased plants, this wheat keeps clean and healt...

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FOURTEEN TIMES' MARRIED. AMERICAN WOMAN'S EXTRAORDINARY CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

FOURTEEN TIMES' MARRIED. AMERICAN WOMAN'S EXTRAOR DINARY CAREER. # Tlio flexibility of tbo American mar riago Jaws base received .singrtlTir illus tration from a somewhat remarkable woman, who is said to havo legally mar ried ho fewer than fourteen men. with ,in the. span of her fifty years of life. ' Of-these nine are alive, and five under tho-sod.' ' Eight of-the nine havo been divorced--by her, and now the nintli in turn-is seeking divorce oil the ground of extreme cruelty. Several weeks ago he loft his home declaring that lie could never bo-a husband to her again, even should the courts fail to give him a decree. Children wore horn of many of those marriages. Before she was fifteen she was a mother and a .widow. In - tho course of tho year she married, got a. divorco, and married again. Before she. was twenty-one death and divorco had given her opportunity -to havo no'less than five husbands and seven children. After that j?hc secured husbands at a-less rapid pace, as befitting ...

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Mark Twain's Daughter. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

?Mark Twain's Daughter. - Miss: Clara Clemens, .tho daughter of Mark .Twain, was to have made her debut'<as a'singer in London on May 30. Overshadowed as she itf by. -.the' famo^bf her father in lotters, it will bo wjws to many English concert goers (says tho "Daily Express") that Miss ./Clemens is the possessor of a sweet"contralto voice, as well as being a pianist-, of no mean ability; , She is a former" pupil of' both'' 'Mine. Blanche Marchesi and M. Leschcitzkvj -and .has' , sung frti-:-public in America for, nearly . two -years. Miss Clemens,, who is ..slim and. dark," with"' Madonna-like features' and deep brown eyes, . seems to havo^inheriied her father's sense of humour. "Why did I not bring-him .with me?" she. said to an "Express" representative who saw her. "Well, you see, ho . .accompanied me - in America for about two years, and I fouiYd that he was so anxious to. get rip on the platform before I had finished, and make a speeqh,- . and the people seemed so imp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

CARRIAGES BUGGIES SULKIES hmm & SON,. 165-167 Castlereabh ST.. SYDNEY (Between Market ud Park Sts.) Buggies with shalto, C20. We will quote prico landed for any Vchicle ©n application. Send for free catalogues and *11 Informaticfl. On* SHOW ROOMS are large and worth a visit. **** W# %ri tJwar* fifed to «hsw w BUSS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS. AfiJBSURlTIOH. R. Green Estate, 90 Bathurst St., Sydney. Everything Sold at Usual Sals Half Prtoo. Price Price D.B.B.L. Farmer Gun, £ 3 15 0 £Z 0 Q D.B.B.L. Gun, Btted with Greener Crou Bolt 7 10 0 8 15 0 D.B.B.L. Hammerless Gun 12 0 0 6 10 0 D.B.B.L.HammerlesaCaBhraoreSS 0 0 20 0 0 Field Glass. Night and Day 1 10 0 15 0' Gent's Bicycle. Hnflllshmade, fitted with Dunlop Tyres 12 15 0 5 17 6 D.B.B.L. Gun,Cashmore, pigeon 17 0 0 8 17 0 Wizard Camera 2 15 0 I 7 fl/ Hand Camera. 4M Sinfile Barrel Breech-loading Guns, 21/; Rock Rifles, 10/6; Saloon, 5/-; Air Guns, 8/6; enoKEunas Cartridges. 7/6 100: Black Pow der, 6/-; Revolvers, 61-; quantity of Fil...

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DOCTORS' LATEST DICTUM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

DOCTORS' LATEST DICTUM. >To more tea in. bed! This is the ' latest dictum .of the doctors. They say that most of the ills to which flesh Ws heir to are directly traceablo. to the pernicious habit of a cup of tea brought* to the bedside be-' fore getting up. "It stands to reason," said a physi cian, "that a cup of badly infused de coction of what is to all intents and purposes a drug, taken on an- empty stomach,' must have a deleterious ef fect. It sets up a pseudo-digestive ac tion when there is nothing to , digest, - and one of the immediato results is. "a distaste for breakfast. "The day is started with a disturbed digdstivo apparatus, .'and, consequently cach subsequent; meal tends to aggra^ vatc. tho. trouble. If it is found aby solutely necessary.* to take something before the exertion of getting up*-bath-, ing and dressing, a glass of hot -writer '. is realty tho only, thing .permissible,. and even that is much better dispensed with. More than half the digestive, troubles o...

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WARNED IN A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

WARNED IN A DREAM. "A woman parishioner of mine," - says, tho Hcv. It. J3. Ellington in tho .'{'Sunday Magazine," "whoso husband was. a fisherman* at that time on tho . sea-,'.--dreamed 0210 night iii. terribly vivid fashion that his little craft had been cut in .two'by,, the towering steel . bows of a grout Jincr. Hor eldest son was with tho' husband, and as she wokfc sho sereamed out: {Oh>\save my boy; my boy.1'. This was remarkable enough, considering the seque.l; but aI-; most at tjiio Very moment the .-poor woman was in distress, yet still asleep, another son was pounding; at her' door, hali'-nsleep and half-awake, nnd crying, 'Oh,, mother!- where's father?' Tho terrified woman now rose and let tho boy in. He was cry ing' Ho told her he had distinctly hea^d his father's "heavy tread coining uo tho stairs, and his ponderous kick with sea boots against the door, as 'tyid- been his maimer when'returning abruptly from a long cruise. Next morning the alarmed mother and wifo told ...

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Euchre Party. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

Euchre Party. The euchre party and dauce lieln on Wednesday last, which was pro moted by Mrs Pepper and Miss Tur ner, to reduce the debt on the con vent school>piatio was a success, not withstanding the fact that during the past few weeks the public have had many calls to answer in the way of supporting various functions. , At half past eight the hall presen ted quite an animated appearance, and cards were kept going until eleven o'clock when the scores were checked. Miss Quinn secured first with eight games, and Mr G. I,owe first for gentlemen with nine, the prizes being'a sunshade and wallet. The booby prizes were awarded to Mrs Smith and Mr D. Patterson, After cards, refreshments (provided by the ladies) were handed round", and the tables removed, dancing was indulged in until about two o'clock. Mr M. Connell officiated as M.C. while Messrs H. & F. and Mrs Her berte supplied excellent music, and a most enjoyable evenjng was spent.

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CHAPTER XLIX. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

C'lIAPTKIt XUX. Set honor in one oyo »iul death in tho other, And J wilt look on both indifferently, - Shakespeare. The reason of Heatrix nearly gave way beneath tin1 blow, when, on reaching the Moat, she saw her father borne bleeding ami almost senseless I rota Lord OiiM'lton'a carriage. In her despair she accused Jm-i* M»H' ol being the cause of lii.s death; mm tho happiness of her lover appoansl too deeply purchased at such a price; she would have sacrificed both it. and her own a thousand times lilt( to have recalled tho events of tho Inst hour. liy tin* request ol .Sir I'Nlward, (Juthrio and his hanker had both been telegraphed for; hnt. il was impossible they could ar rive before mornini;. "Don't weep, Tncksey," auid tho old man, who Mttfered moro at wil musing her tears and dcsnair than from the agony of Ins wouikI, "Lifo at best is but a dream, and what signilien whether wo awako from it an hour or two before tho usual tintof The .voting rascal Int me, and there's an end Tif...

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Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

--- ,.t., Race Club. , I A sub-committee meeting was held on Wednesday last at ^.Staples' /Hotel,'"when, in. the absence of Mt Brown, .,who was in Melbourne, Jeffries occupied the chair. / . The following officials were -ap pointed- Handicapper, MrW: Hill . Judge, Mr H. Y. Brown; Starter; Mr J. Hearu ; Clerk of Scales, Mr W.' Anderson ; Protest Stewards, Messrs-S. -M. Brown, G. Hillson, A. Hulett, A. J. M'Laurin, IR. M'. Cullttin. G. Thornley and J. G. Wil son. Messrs F. Staples and H. Casey stated that they were willing to guar antee any loss which may arise by running a special train froiu Sliep partou for the races. On the motion of Messrs A; J. M'I,aurm and G. A'; Crommelin, the secretary was instructed to 'make arrangements for a special train. It was resolved td adopt the pro gramme of last meeting, with- the addition of a hack race of £? post entry. Nominations to close at 8 p.m. an Tuesday 22nd of December, acceptances on 3! st.

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XLVIII—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

A TALE OF THE CRIMEA, CIXAPTJiU XLVIII-Continued. "But what can Jiuvo been its uso?" TUo heart of Jleatrix beat violently; sho recognised it in an instant, for it was shaped'at tho end like the letter V. "Wo will find a nso for it. my dear Miss Vavasour," coolly observed Mary Kivers, at tlio sanio tinio taking it from her; ".just hold this .ring and place the keys on'it as Tricksey and I select them." How sincerely her cousin thanked her for her presence of mind. Tlio suspicions of Margarot woro ex cited. Sho htul been too close an observer of tlio manner of the heiress towards her brother to fall into tlio general opinion that sho was in lovo with him. Some plot was oil train she felt convinced; and the provoking pnrl of the affair wa« that sho was ;unable to obtain tho slightest clue. Still, she resolved to keep her eye* upon her visitors during tho rest of tho evening. At {his moment the young Seymours camo laughing and shouting into the room, iiinigh glee at the oddity of their ...

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