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A Novel Silo. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

A Novel Silo. Two points are interesting in this | letter, the one with regard to the ex-1 penietits which can be resorted to in ensilage making, and the other that horses, contrary to the impressions of many, take to this food and do well on it. The letter says:-"Some tirueagol was successful in.convert ing. a late crop of Algerian oats into ensilage. A room of an old store measuring 18 x 18 feet and 9 feet deep, the- doors -and windows of which were bricked up, was used as | the silo. The crop was cut green and immediately brought into 'the plrtce'preparcd for it. During, the tilling, which occupied several days the stuff was well tramped down. When the whole had been brought in, a layer of grass was placed as a covering over the oats, then rough planks were.placed over the whole surface, but free of the walls of each other. The whole was then weighted \yith bags of sand. The temperature was taken by means of a thermometer lowered into the centre- down a piece of vertical spouting...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ensilage Compared with Hay. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

Ensilage Compared with Hay. . It must not. .'be; surmised that tlie main object of converting into silage the green, succulent grass and fod der, which is so plentiful in all parts of the State during the spring of the 3'e.ar,' is because there is any risk of its being Spoilt by bad wea thec if made intoliay. , It is btcatise by' practical experience it has been shown- by ensiligiug'a crop much more pf the nutriment is preserved than, if; dried into, hay,, and that a given ^cr^age will Carry more stock ajso by converting it into succulent silage the, crop ^available for pur poses for which kay by itself would not be suitable,'-viz.,' for milk'pro di'cing or.'faUening sccclc, without going to, the ixtra expense ' and trouble of gro wing root crops to inix with-the hay,, to'make ithe equiva lent 'nutritive.', ratio. The advan tages to be gained" by the use of silngc,' lia,ye .b^i.i proved wherever -used; and it'is .\yithin the 'means of e very industrious farmer to "have a Quantity of...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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THE LEPRECHAUN. CAPTURE OF A STRANGE BEING IN AN IRISH WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

THE LEPRECHAUN. CAPTURE OF A STRANGE BEING IN AN IRISH WOOD. Thero is great excitement in County Westmoath. Safely lodged in Mullingar Workhouse is a, little being, whom the people of that sport loving district believe to,, bo the leprechaun, the mannikin-enormous-, ly rich-who, clad in the- old-time Irish cut of .garb/ with red swallow tail etl coat-adorned with 'tiny''brass t.uttons, has from time immemorial gambolled in the moonlight, and lived ' in Ireland's glens and lonely places. -Whether, the little man has treasures of gold and silver-as the loprechaun is believed to have-hid den in the earth, to which lie will | lead the captors, remains-to bo seen. The spirit of good luck, hundreds, of people' have been searching for him. For more than- two months , strange stories have comd from the ! KtfMough district ahdut lh^ appear ance ; of llvj leprechaun. Fro;;uent visions of the little man..were vouch ed for in the most emphatic manner by several school-children, some of I whom, ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

(Under New Management.) GEORGE DALT01 "BEGS to advise his friends and the Travelling Public that he has taken possession of the above well known Hotel, which has always enjoyed the reputation of being the Commercial House in Finley, also one of the best conducted in the district, and he. trusts by strict attention to business to merit the continued patronage which has always been accorded the ? ?'Srw.BME&SBJL. All Wines, Ales, Spirits and Cigars are the finest procurable. Roomy Stables. Attentive Groom Coaches for Jerilderie, Tocumwal, ?and Deniliquin call each day. .. GEORGE DALTON, Proprietor. THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL. FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. /THE'best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Cab meets all trains.. Coaches leave here for Finley, Berrigau, Barooga, Corowa & Jerilderie § TOO Only First Class Brands of Wines and Spirits stocked. Cleanliness, Civility and Attention-guaranteed. HARRY H. CASEY, Proprietor. " wool"w1o...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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MAINLY ABOUT MIMES. JAMES DOUGLAS' THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

MAINLY ABOUT MIMES J A MRS DOUGLAS'. THOUGHTS. H 's n mistake to imagine that in - Jt'ls W'"'ld ,wc i'1 got our deserts. I 's "ot "Uvay* enough to deserve I f°r,lt 18 tGttor to b0 *»» ' n great r.-^ |S,°rVine- Chanco plays 'is- oil T if'.ovcry life, and fame In ilm^n "cc,(Iei7t 6t au accident, in (ho theatre chancers- king. 'An niagieat" . ?,a^ ''aW-.tSo actor tlm" , f °r Sefl-ius' ^ - ""til cunHco !?? f°f FWr-«t9 U»? public cuprice alight it Cpynt^IoriiotUing. .Iho -bluw.. must (ioirio-:^bcfoi;ri. ; th0 bunt ao^n"'9- >°<:, ^il'fcgoer. is - I'liivei-'s 'ni-f '*! V^.-Vtasedy "01 the i 1 1 , i . ' Unti- Jt' i3 '110t' SUl'Urls n"a n """.'OS--'are./more superstiti ous than nji.v. other- artists. Tho'y whk-h ?' r'a- SiClli"0SS ??ot tha'' hcart liiih may Jnst u"ij] . tho . hajr fades "Vh th° 'lres^® <,f ' .1.ho QE'0»y of Availing is terri <inflnr?i r CnS° °' a mnn' but il is " , ^.y" moT t-orrible Tn the case of woman, Jho progress of growing n T W"yS '...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

?3de family Stimulant. JT imparts lasting exhilaration, and need only be'taken in small quantities night and morning. "Truth " says :-A fire , bereft Sheppurton of its railway station. Hijt the cloud of misfortune has a silver lining. The . liremen suc ceeded 111 saving the contents of 'the refreshment room. . SIX MONTHS UNFIT FOR WORK After Effccts of Influenza, ? . There is no better'equipment for life than a stock or such information as a reporter gleaned from Mr. Henry Adol pluis Adams, cabinetmaker, of 10 liur ton-strect, Camperdown, bceause it enn lie so readily turned io one's own account, if circumstances require. Mr. Adams said: "Fifteen .years from date, I was h painter/ but did not contract tlio t oiiWe so peculiar to that trade, name ly, diolie; but I got something just as b.i.I though, about the timo I speak of." "What was thatV" inquired the press tnaA.- , "Jnliuenza, was the response, "and wr.f?i» a iuan gets a proper attack of that complaint he knows about it," said ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

THE LADIES' SOLUM. HOMELY FARE. Brazilian Stew.-Cut a shin of beef IntQ small slices, dip thesis iri vinegar, Q>nd Stew very slowly. No water Ja ro i quired, because In three or four hourd over a slow' fire tho meat will-have given abundant gravy and be as ten der as a chicken. Servo with Uttla roast onions and braised carrots. Breast of Mutton.-The breast of ttw sheep makes- a very economical dish. A . good .way to dress it Is to cut off the fat and boil it a few minutes, then cover it with egg and bread ,crumbs ar.d shredded parsley:. Put^a pat or.two of butter on It and roast until done.' Stewed cucumbers go well wlth'lt. ' Salt Meat Stew.-Take lib of salt bref,' cut into small bits, and put Into a po: with two quarts of water..-Lot It boll slowly for three-quarters of on hour. Add some chopped carrot, turnip, pota to, cabbage and onion. Thicken ths whole with a spponful of buttered flour, and season .with pepper. Beef Ha^ms.-Prepare," trim.,and shape a leg of beef like a ham,...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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FRANCE AND PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

FRANCE AND PERSIA. It Is just a hundred yenrs ago (wrote tlie "Globe"' oil,August 20) since Franco, opened negotiations with Persia. In regard to India, Napoleon had not taken the Shah into consideration. It dawned upon him to do so, and he sent an auto graph ' letter to the potentate. But when the envoy-reached Teheran there ' was no one there who knew 5' rencii. The letter wis brought back to Paris, ?but no one. In the capital could turn it Into Persian. Four years later general Gnrdallne set out again for Teheran . with the Emperor's overtures, but it was f not until a lapse of two more years .that the General knew enough Persian ' to make its contents thoroughly: known, ' jind by that tlroo Napoleon had ceased i to -be Emperor o£ the French. ' |

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

, V USEFUL HINTS. Onions should- b'q. kept under water while being peeled.-- ' Thus-they., will', neither stain the . hands nor cause fho .eyes to Bnmrt. ...... Wheli-grease is Spilled on the kitchen floor or table at once pour cold' water over it; This- will harden H,- and pre vent it soaking into ,the wood. - ' . For cleaning woodwork, before re painting use soda water; two ounces of soda to a quart of cold water. After> wards rinse off with clean water. ' ' i To destroy worms.: In flower pots, stick a quantity of sulphur match heads , downwards into the mould, arid then water the plant. The matches will, soori poison the worms! . . If soot should fall, on a carpet or hearthrug, cover: It' thickly with pow dered kitchen salt. It can then be swept up easily, and without leaving any stajn. After using tho stove for frying, broiling,,or boiling, rub it all over with a pad of old newspaper,;. In this way all',grease is removed, a tidy appear ance is maintained, and much trouble is ...

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A NEW HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 November 1908

A NEW HAT. : Ono of the new hats, trimmed . v/ith - ribbon and net; the wide'brim is lined.

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

USEFTJXi HINTS. A cupful of soda in the wash boiler, und the clothes allowed to boil five minutes, will do wonders towards get ting out the dirt. Throw a small por tion of* soda down the drains and it will assist in removing- unpleasant smells. A piece dissolved in the tub of blueing water will prevent streaks in the clothes. A pinch added to tho starch will help to' prevent the irons from sticking. Names and marks on linen of many years' standing may bo effectually re moved by rubbing the spot gently with a 'somewhat concentrated solu tion of oxalate of potash. Peel and cut onions under a flowing tap to save the eyes from watering. A few cloves added to coffee while it is roasting will give it a good aroma. - ^ . Potato parings dried and kept for some timo make admirable fire lighters. ^Potted Shrimps.-Shell as many fresh shrimps as will All a pint basin. Molt '%lb. of butter ki a rmall sauecpan and season it with mace,..cayenne, nutmeg, and white pepper. Let tho scrimps gradually'...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. CHEAP AND TASTY MEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOKEI.Y FARE. CHEAP AND TASTY MEALS. The following arrangement will pro vide a chcap and tasty; meal for every day of thtTwcek (except Sunday): First Day. - Buy a quarter of a pound of cold cooked tongue and a good lettuce. Place the meat; on a dish. Wash the lettuce, and then dry it well beforo dresssing It in the way you like best.' Aa a second course, try cream cheese and a rusk. Second Day. - Poach two eggs nicely, and lay them on a squaro of buttered toast. This will mako a light and nourishing repast. To follow, have some brown bread and butter and some young radishes. Drink a glass of milk, boiled, and allowed to get cold, tor- preference. I Third Day. - Two kidneys and bacon, with tomato. Lay a rasher of rather fat bacon in a frying-pan. When it is cooked, take it up, and then put into tho pan the kidneys split in half and floured, turn until niccly browned, and then place on a hot plate with the bacon. The tomato can be cooked with-the kid ney, or in the...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Serving Sentence By Proxy. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

Serving Sentence By Proxy. A French commorcial traveller who had. been sentenced to two week's im prisonment for somo minor oll'eneo had p, bright idea (reports the Paris correspondent of the ' 'Daily Tele graph") rtI shall do it by proxy," arid,... therefore, .when the summons reached him, inviting him to spend two weeks' imprisonment at the Santo, ho seat for a poor wretch who was only too glad to have his meals and bed assured for -ar fortnight, and to receive a handsome present besides. Tlio commercial traveller offered his substitute ten francsj- a new suit of clothes, and board and lodging for ono month after his liberation. .The pro position was perfectly delightful. Ho handed over all the papers necessary, including his birth certificate, etc., and' with these the substitute was admitted and assigned to a coll at tlio Sante prison. When he came out after t\yo '.weeks lie said lie had had a rather agreeable time. Unfortunately the secret leaked out. The police learned that th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Are Popular Drinks Drugs? [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

Are Popular Drinks Drugs? - Water, according to the "Lancet," is tlio only really safe liquid to drink. Allother beverages-alcoholic and* non-alcoholic-are drugs. This is what the writer says: ''The thirsty person who cannot satisfy his thirst unless tho bevorago contains what is in reality a. drug has really acquired an*- unhealthy habit, or, to put it plainly, a disease. Yet what elso is the alcohol of tlio various alcoholic beverages, tho caffeino of tea, and coffee, the glucosido of quinino of bittors, or even tho ginger of gin ger beer or of ginger ale, tho aeroma tic oil of the liqueur, the carbonic acid gas in sodawat'er, tho citric acid of tho lemon,-and so on, but a drug? All these, when consumed, clearly convoy soniothing into; tho oragnisin over and above ' water itself*, they' cannot quench thirst in tho sense that water"tToes. Plain water has becomo a raro beverage nowadays, and it is^ a pity that it is so. "Wo are inclined' to think that tho projudice against tho drink...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A DAY ON THE NAUTICAL SCHOOL SHIP— THE SOBRAON. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

A DAY ON THE NAUTICAL SCHOOL SHIP THE SOBRAON. (By "Betlu") Of the many pleasant functions, and outings that foil to the lot of the visit ing delegates to the Women's Confer ence recently hold in Sydney, there was not one that afforded keener plea sure, or held more instructive value, than the visit paid by those ladies to tho school ship, the Sobraon. A short run from No. G Jetty, Cir cular Quay, to Cockatoo Island was merely an initiatory proceeding, and, as bevy of curious women, wo waited on tho latter landing stage, wondering how wo were to negotialo tho remain der of'tho journey. Solution was offer ed almost immediately by tho sibilant sound of swish, swish, swish, in even ' rythyni, "Steady, lads, steady," and a long, whito boat, manned by twenty fire Bailor boys, rudely of cheek and strong of arm, came alongside, and this was our royal barge. A regal re ception, truly, and once safely over tho side, and all comfortably settled on the rugged and cushioned seats, tho trip to t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Victorian Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

Victorian Parliament. Mr J. Murray moved a direct want of confidence motion in the Bent government 011 Wednesday last. Mr Bent who appeared to be ill at ease, made 110 reply to the motion till Mr Murray asked liirn liow he proposed to deal with it. The Pre mier (angry) :-Kick it out! Mr Murray : If the Premier dees uot propose fo follow the usual course I will be compelled to take another course. Mr Bent (looking appealing at Mr Prendergast) : Have they ar ranged with you ? and upon receiv ing a reply in the affirmative, said lie would arrange that the House should adjourn till Tuesday. Mem bers were opposed to this course, as Mr Bent would have an opportunity of either scaring or luring back some votes which would have been lost to him if the vote was taken next day. Messrs Prendergast and Watt I insisted 011 the House adjourning I until the following day. [ The Premier (abruptly): Well, | you can have it to-night if you like. Now that you have gone so far I will make it to-morrow....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

THE MttET SIM Becrctarles of Country Cricket Clubs, itnd Grlcfeetera generally requirlnfi Goods fot tbo Cricket BCBEOD,; are requested 4a consul!. either verbally or br lettw. . VICTOR TRUE^PlEl ?& 00., I Qba Bzaart Bporta D#pht imd Hercsry, 071 Qcordei pt.f Gydoac\ CARRIAGES BUGGIES SULKIES 165-167 CASTLEREASH §T., (Between Market nod Paris Sta.) Baggies wltb otaafta, fl20. We will quote pric« landed for any Vehicle en application. Bend for free catalogues and all Information. Our SHOW ROOMS are large and well worth a rlclt. E*5" Wt a/a always glad ta sfciw eoj (xnrttfiM stoefc. GUNS, RIFLES,-REVOLVERS. AMMUNITION. R. Green Estate, 90 Bathurst St.. Sydney. Everything Sold at Usual Bale Half Prlco« Price Price D.B.B.L. Farmer Gun. £ 3 IS 0 £2 0 5 D.B.B.L. Gun. fitted with 0 0 20 0 0 _ __ _ . _ 15 0 Gent's Bicycle. BnflJkh-made, fitted witb Uuolop Tyres 12 15 0 5 17 0 D.B.B.L. Gun.Casbmore. pigeon 17 0 a 817 0 Wizard Camera 2 15 0 1 7 fl Hand Camera. 4M Single Barrel Breech-l...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

Cricket. 1A team of juniors visited K001100-1 moo on Saturday last. Scores are appended Koonoomoo. E. Jones b C. Shears 1 E. Mansell c A. Shears b L- Boyle 0 \V. Blowes b C. Shears 0 J. Rowe b J. Cottle 4 V. Levings b J. Hennessy ... 1 W. Teitz b J. Hennessy 0 C. Lambert b A. Shears 0 L. Lambert c J. Cottle b A. Shears 0 T. Jones c J. Cottle b J. Fleeman 2 C. Edwards (sub) b J. Cottle ... 2 F. Teitz not out 0 Sundries 5 Total ... ... 15 Bowling Analysis-L. Boyle 1 fori A. Shears 2 for 2 ; J: Hennessy, 2 for 1; C, Shears, 2 for 2 ; J. Cattle, 2 for 4 ; J. Fleeman 1 for 0. Tocumwai,. A. ShearscW. BlowesbE- Jones 5 J. Cottle bE. Jones ... 0 L. Boy'.e c & b T. Jones 0 J. Connor b T. Jones 0 J. Hennessy b T.Jones 8 C. Shears b T. Jones 0 J. Fleeman bE. Jones ... .. 0 E. Shears c C Lambert b E- Jones 2 J. M'Carron b T. Jones ... ... 0 H. Herberte c & b W. Blowes ., 3 R. Smith not out ~ _... ..V Sundries ... ... 2 Total 20 E. Jones 4 for 8 ; T. Jones 5 for 9 W. Blowes 1 for...

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NOMINATED IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

j NOMINATED IMMIGRANTS. IT IS very satisfactory lt> nolo that the number of immigrants who are nomi nated by portions already residing in tliu State is .steadily increasing. Tlio Iutell igoiiee Department report that tip to Urn end of Oc{r))e'r no loss than 8^8 nominated settlors Arrived In the State, as compared with :2-ld for tho corres ponding period last year. While the majority ol' these} are coming from Great Britain, there is a striking In crease in tho number arriving from other countries. From the United States, Canada, Germany,' France, Italy, Kus sia. and even Switzerland immigrants are matting their.way to Now South Wales, encouraged by the success which has attended the efforts of their friends or relatives in the! State. The exten sive advertising of the-State's resources at honfe and abroad is bearing good fruit in the shape .of sturdy settlers mainly of the agricultural class, which is so badly needed, who iiiul here condi tions of life which are better shaped to ...

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An Australians Girl's Success. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

An Australians Girl Success. Some half-dozen years ago a tall, slim dark-haired girl, who had made something of a name in her native State of Victoria as an elocutonist, accompanied Nance O'Neil on a New Zealand tour, and a little later on reached London. After a time she got her foot upon the bottom rung of the ladder of Fame, and in a wonderful brief space-though not' without a determined fight-won her way to the top. Her name is Alice Crawford, and 111 the Christ mas number of "The New Idea" appears an interesting interview with her, written and illustrated by Miss Katharine Prichard, another clever young Australian,- who is do ing literary work in London. This is one of many bright features of the issue. Other notable illustrated art icles are: "How Royalty Spend their Christmas,'' "How Sara Bernhardt Forgot Melba," and "How Beeth oven Became Deaf." There is an appropriate and useful talk, in which an expert cook gives advice and reci pes for many dainty dishes, suitable for the...

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