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FORECASTING THE SEASONS. Mr Wraggo on Australian Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

FORECASTING THE SEASONS. Mr Wraggo on Australian Rainfall. Mr.Clemcnt L. Wraggo, formerly di rector of the late Government Central Weather Bureau, Queensland, and afterwards ol' Kosciusko, has been 011 a professional lecturing tour in India, and during the progress of it has been tho central liguro of a contro versy in tlu> "Indian Daily Telegraph" on iorcasting the seasons. "I claim/' said Mr. "Wraggo in a recent com munication to the paper mentioned, "that it is possibia now to forecast seasons ahead ,with a large percen tage of accuracy. We must remember that this is an ago of rapid scientific progress, and that- progress is tho primordial law of the universe. And I make this statement as a professional meteorologist of 27 years . standing, during which I have devoted most careful study to the subject. Much light lias been thrown on the" matter and the nature of tho. ether and tho etheric vibrations set up by tho storms and hydrogen {lames in the sun. "1.wrote to tho "indiau D...

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

Shjre Council. The ordinal y monthly meeting of the Berrigan Shire Council waz held on Monday last when the following were present:-Crs. Gorman (Pres.) Pyle, Reynoldson, Heffenian, Mac pherson, Vagg, Hoyle, Murphy and Quirk. Correspondence from D. of L.-Advising that £5 should be lodged with the application for opening a proposed road at Barooga. Same-Asking if portion of allot ment No 93 is to be included ita Toeuimvnl Garbage Area. Same-Refusing to assist in re»". pairing levee bank at rear of F. Staples' Hot^l. Crs. Quirk ar.d Hoyle, that the Minister be again approached 011 the matter. Same-Refusing to consider ap plication for a special grant of .£3000 towards making roads through the Shire. D.P.W.-That Minister cannot see his way clear to amend section 184 of the L.G.A. to enable the Auditor-general's dep't to audit Shire accounts. Same-Asking for receipt of cer tificate of expenditure in connection, with the L,ower Deniliquin Road. Engineer to attend. Same-That grant of ,£500...

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

(JIIAl'TKK I. All offences come from tho heiii'f. --.Shakespeare. Before Sir Kdward (.'hallotier would consent to submit himself to tho .skill <if Dr. Guthrie, who reached tho Moat, nl (lie same time as tho banker, ho insisted upon seeing tho latter personage and ar ranging for tho safety of the papers, tho possession of whieh had ccst him HO dear. Lord OiiMeltou, Krank Moroland, mid his father, who find remained nil night at tho house, and at. his request affixed their seals to the packet, which, according to tho superscription in tho handwriting of the Into Geoffrey Vavasour, was to he only opened hy his son Uharle.s, in the ovont of whose death tho testator directed that, it fihonld ho destroyed. With it the baronet deposited the state ment, <>f Mr. Ih'aehani and his servant, together with tho letter written by Jack Curlin, giving an account of their arrest and condemnation to Siberia, a sufficient proof, in tho ovont of tho rector attempt ing hy legal pr...

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

W6e leverage tfiat benefits. |^OT simply a thirst quencher, not merely a stimulant, but just the purest, most inspiriting) &n<! raost health-infusing spirit that has ever been produced. A Fiioml of f.lio Family h I)r SIioMoii'.h New Dis covery, tlto wcll-ktmwn niimnly for nil Chest niul liunv? TroxiMtiH. 1* M k 1U OMmn;il>lo aLIj. Jcuhcu & Co*d., Tocutmv.il ilu.1 iiuloy. VIOLENT HEADACHES. At Xo. 37 Jjyir.ertit' n-atreet, St. JV<ys, where thu interview took place, Mrs. Maggie Trusty looked back through n u.cntnl record of her uiflietions, as <l thou declared, with.conviction: ** It in only right that I should* lay bare the facts eon corning the wanner in which 1 threw off n.y old sickness, as by doing so,, it will assuredly help many more towards the vanit desirable end." .' What was yi.tir complaint, . Mis., Trusty!'" "My kidnvys wc:c cis.irt'crtd, without doubt; and /or.(hat mailer my .n einal organs f.eucr.illy wan.cd attend.ng ...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XLIX—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

?A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XLIX-Continued. I "What my dear father must have suf fered!" obsorved Beatrix. Despite their ontreaties to bo admitted into tho chamber, whero they promised not to utter ri' word-nny, scarcely to draw breath-tho imxn oi scionco con tinued inexorable. Tho conversation which lmd already taken place betweeii Sir Edward and his daughter, tho emo 1 tion which it occasioned, no averted, had already produced an unfavourable effect; j its renewal would render certain tho dan i cor which was only too imminent already. They were compelled to submit, and, in tho adjoining cmamber, passed m prayer tho hours till morning. If sorrow had takon up it* abode at tho Moat, rago, terror, and disappointment reigned at VavaKseur Manor, which every guest had emitted on hearing tho result of tho duel between Cuthbert and tho baronet. The family were assembled in tho library, whore tlio discovery had ta kon place, tho lady of tho house still in her coutumo as Mrs. Primrose, an...

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

ISUTHRIEJRdTHERB. HForni Lands & Property Salenien, Commission and Manufactures' Agents. AGENTS FOR ^Nicholson & Morrow's Union Har vesters, Union Disc Ploughs Horse Works, Combination Disc Cul tivator, Wool Presses, etc. ^Horusby & Son's Oil Engines, Binders aud Mowers. t&Val Separators, Portable Steel Framed Silos. .Agents for John Darling & Son. 'Wb/ejat BOUGHT in ANY QUANTITY Bags Sold. <&UTHRIE BROS., .Cdbisftn (Vic) and Finldy (3ST.S.W. fltackeazie Brothers ^Stock Station and Financial Jlgents ami A uctioneers, ctc. ©ENIL1QUIN & JERILDERIE.) ?Stock Lists on application. Clearing and Special Sales conduc ledinany part of tljeDistricts I'iii ley, Berrigaii)-j??ilderie, Toejumwal Moatna, Mathoura, Barham, Moula "jmehi, and Deniliquin. *H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL 8c CO.; AUCTIONEERS HUMURKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL, - "Regular Stock Sales held atNum nirkali, Katamatite, Strathmerton and Tocumwal. Horse sales held ...

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

SOMETHING REALLY NEW ! THE CROP MAKER, Take a good look. at this Cultivator, it's the ??1*1 DEAL"/tolSG ;CU LTIVATOR. PATENTED AND MANUFACTURED - BY ' . 4. :T;", .'.CLOSE*: . V. . " at ? ' ' \ His . Steam Implement Works, F1NLEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.;;-; Write to him for full particulars of the Imperial "Ideal" :'"V Disc Cultivator antl copies of Testimonials from practical farmers.! Did you ever ses a bitter'proportioned'or 'morj simple-looking Impleiniht? ' It' it looks. It is mi'la .right, wjrlcs right, and is not an untried expjrimeiit,. It has a record UN SURPASSED by any lllcs toil on Uirtuarkzt Its praise? are souudei roai all parts of the State in fact from many other States, .The "IDS VL" is ba'tlt o? iro:i a:i-1 steil. wall br.i~:.l up a:i:l staya.!, ani is mounted oil three Siassive iron wheels. It is practically indestructible.' Send a post card to . J..T. CI,OSE, Finley, N.SAV., for full particulars and testimonials. kommeirdiill LIVERY STABLE, iL Begs to Advise Commercial ...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. FRIDAY, DEC. 4th, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. FRIDAY, DEC. 4lh, 1908. '. STRIPPING.-The manager 'of Tuppal requires teuders for stripping 230 acres of crop. The annual meeting of the Fin ley Coursing Club which was called for Saturday evening last lapsed as the attendance was meagre. Mr Keriu the S.M. at Finley is at present enjoying holidays. His duties are beingfullilled by Mr Corry of the relieving staff. . Stripping is in full swing and two loads of wheat were delivered at Toc utmval on Tuesday from Mr A. Brad ford, Mr H. Inder being the buyer. ?. : Mr G. PinriiclTh'as stripped 7 bags to the acre from 20 acres, and the piece he is now working on, he es timates to yield 6 bags. Mr and Mrs W. Moore suffered a bereavement 011 Sunday last when their youngest, child of eighteen months died after along and painful illness from chest troubles. . -The Finley. cricket club purpose visiting Koonoomoo on Boxing day to play a.return match. Evidently the Koo's have forgotten the big demonstration...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

In Memoriam. LAAYI.er.-In sad lemembr'auce of our dear son Josepli who was accidently filled 011 the Bul liugna Bridge at Barooga Oil the 28th November, 1907. Oh loved too well, Oh lest too soon, Too dear tor earth, dear Joe fare well, One solace still to us is given, * Though lost to earth your'e safe in Ileaveu. God takes the good; too good 011 earth to stay, And leaves the bad ; too bad to take away. In love he lived, but in pain he died, His life we begged, but God denied Friends may think when they see us smile That you are forgotten, . But they little know or think The aching heart that lies behind. Inserted by his sorrowing parents, brothers and sister.

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CONSERVATION OF FODDER. State Aid. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

CONSERVATION OF FODDER. Sfatc Aid. ! «f anatiiVofM?''"' '^.rsmwtesi .ili loiry eoihsldered that tn , H&SSSS-bSs?! | object,, contemplated by that Instil;! | the Mfiiltsfor has now received >? ' »»il tlmt the Coiiiiiiis«[,iiu,i;K , re ,1 S .!"' <>t doing nil in thci!- p<nVer t, '"1 ucourage dairy farmers ,,,ia "u" till! "f'ov1I)ul"k''1 "lit that l' Oli" m,!,'-'""""Jlf, s'»'f"K« Blink Act, «uMk ttl" V"nm^: Section t>3 (o) "<iv> ","i., . ' I proveiuents on the land or to in".' l»ovc and (larch,' or to utlC I thu'V-u..]'1;11 T ,,('K<itirces of ' "' '" the bwrotcer to tui i u on uijrluuliurul or mintimil 1 l>urniiiln on the hi ml " 111 the opinion of the Commissioner* I the erection of a silo Ik cleaJya" im Droveuiont contemplated bv nectio, el ' ainee it "enables the borrower toT,^: I A^toThe1!?11 Iml'?ults uu «"> land." a t, , , ? charges incidental to getting mitS' i my' iu0 to £10°. foi' the , spccKlc mil-pose of b...

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A Fall of Two Miles. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

Fall of Two Miles. Our start, says Miss Daisy Shop pard, in tho Now York "American," was tho samo delightful thrill it always is to mo. You can't imagine tho strango omotion that scizus you for - 0110 instant just as tho bag nutkes its first jump. It is tho instant whon ovory cry has coascd. Tho seller of sandwichcs . oholtos ill tho middle of his shout, and thoro is absolute silonco savo ono ( sound. It is liko tho "A-ali" that tlio ! crowd gives vent to when a racket I explodes, only fainter, softer, and less self-conscious. I think thoro is nothing so affccting ly human as that sigh from thousands of throats, which scorns in that in stant to bo tho power 'which is lifting you from tho ground. As an actual fact, I nin hypnotised at tho .moment, and BO is every spectator, until tho cheormg a fow seconds later breaks . tho sgell. ' I Wo sailed away from tho etarin | faces each on our trapeze about 5ft, apart. The cheering broko out and lasted until wo wero so nigh that wo coudn't te...

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FARIW AND FIELD Value of Cool Storage. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

^FARIW AftD FIELD i i Valuo of Cool "Storage. Much valuable information concerning cool storage has been made public since the InterNational Congress on-the sub ject was held at Paris last month. Mr Van dor Vaart, a well-known expcrt*of the produce'tradb at: Chicago, supplies tho congress ith some striking figures, showing the growth of the refrigerating industry in America. The cold storage warehouses in the country now number over 1000, and contain an aggregate ol 380,000,000 cubic feet of spaco. New York has one store with a- capacity of 8,000,000 cublo feet, and tho principal stores in Boston and Chicago are almost equally large. , "Tho dairy industry," says Mr Van der Vaart, "is largely indebted to mechanical refrigeration. There are nearly 800 installations of refrigerating machinery in creameries and dairies. During tho summer season an average " of over 190,000,000 lb. of butter Is placed itl cold storajjo warehouses lor season . storage, and about 25,000,0001b. of cheese. C...

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

The Rainfall. . Tlie following table shows in ;poii;ls tUe rainfall as recorded officially at the l-'inleyTost Office ft Sl^-^li^cftSSsiwS &gS&aif*;ss&, .. . ii - li li »i jv CC CCO> Ov- O» Oi Cn » +. U - Q%0> U» CT» -I *M r .*- SO C/l ai-'s-ISel&sa^ts a i '] "i1 ssMii?. a&£t "t--; : E'sSg-as'isssisU'

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MR. PUMFREY'S PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

MR. PUMFREY'S PURCHASE. It was dusk and outside a drizzling rain was falling. The houso was vory still, for. upstairs; Mrs. Pumfroy lay dying of pnoumonia. Her husband stood at tho window of tho sitting room, gazing out into tho wot street. The doctor had just left him aftor tolling him that ho must not bp surprised if "something happened" during tho night. Mr. Pumfroy was. sad, but still moro his fooling was. what people call "lost," -a beiwildbring sensation, as of a man who does not ltuow his bearings. Lifo without tho'sensible, clear-hoaued woman who had been at iiis sido night . i and day for tho last forty years-ho ; I could not imagine how it would bo. | j Mr. Pumfroy had boon a London ; I grocer, bnt finding that ho was gott- I ! ing on in years, and that'younger men | wore passing him in tho race, ho had j wisely rotired and settled down in 1 Camberwell to livo on tho money ho had saved. But'for tho companionship of his wife, his days would navo been intolerably tedious. Tl...

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

I GENEKAI. NOTES. Halter-pulling Is a bad habit In a horse. Often It Is brought on by care Ices usage In the stall. Never do any thing that frightens a horse In his stall.' The best iand on the farm is none 100 good for lucerne. One seedling on soil adapted to it will yield three or four good crops of hay each year for from live fn ten years. The destruction of weeds is but a se condary object of cultivation. Tho greater 'benefits are In the Improvement of the physical ^condition of tho soli and tho reetntlon of moisture. Some breeds of pigs will produco mora pork than others on tho samo food. Even with a selected breed there will be indvidual animals that will increase more rapidly' than others. TVeaned pica should be divided into groups of unllorm size and age. It - Jarso and; small are put together, the Email pigs are placed, at a disadvantage, . and will not get, their share of food. Tho constitution of a. horse may bo weakened by malting him carry a bar den of useless flesh. Go...

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Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

'ocunuval Post Office. ARRIVALS. Berrigan, Sundays, Wednesdays,'. Fridays, XI a.m. Finley, daily at II a m. Jerilderie, Tuesday;, Thursdays, and Saturdays, n a.m. Sydney, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and'Saturdays at n a.m. and p.M. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Detiiliquin, /Tuesdays and Fridays 51>-">- " Barooga and MuUyala, Tuesdays, Thursdays, atid Saturdays, 9p.m. Yarroweyah, Cohram, Nwaur kali, Melbourne, daily at 3.40 p.m. 1 BeVarturks, Barooga and Mulwala, Mondfys, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9a.n1. Finley and Sydney, daily 4 p.ui. Berrigan, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 4 p.m. Deuiliqum, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, 6 a.m. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, at 6 a.m. Yarroweyah, Cobram, Isumurkab and Melbotrrne. daily at n. 10 a.m. Vf. WA1.SH, Post Master.

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

TUP (Under New Management.) e E 0 R 6 E DILI 0 N ffiEGS to advise his- fiiends and the Travelling PeHic that lie has taken possession of the above well known Hotel, vifeicli has always enjoyed the reputation o£ beinpf the Commercial Uoase in Fiuley, also one of the best conducted in the district, and he toasts by strict attention tc ft'tisiuess to merit the continued patronage: vfhich has always been .accorded the ^8?,»2E&j3>3aJL Hotel. Ail Wines, Ales, Spans :>uri Cigars aie the- finest procurable. lioomy Stables. Attentive Groom Coaches £a=r Jerilderie, Tocunnval, ®nd Denilkjuiu caH each day. GEOJtGE B-AI.TOX, Proprietor. THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. jfHE J:est Jiranits of Wines, Spirits,, Ale,. and Cigars iept. Sample Room. Unlimited StaWhog. Cab nstets all trains. CcaeJies leave Ibere for Flaley, Berrigati,. Uaroo.yci, Corowa & Jerilderie 3&ttevs&tt's 'Viotel TOCUWiWAL. Only First Class Brands ci Wiiies and Spirits_*tcti£d. ...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

WIT m HUM, "According to this paper," observed Mr Goodwin, "a man 1ms lived a year(..on beer alono." "Well, that Is 00 it Bliquld be,'" ' Nothing In It.'--"Now, Tommy," saltl Mrs Bull, "I want you to bo good wbllo L'm'out." "I'll.bo good for a penny," replied Tommy. "Tommy," she said, "I want.you. to rcmom bor that you cannot bo a son of mlno unlestj you are good for nothing." . Rather Tedious.-Caller : Do you-think ibo doctor Is going to help you,.Mr Jones? Joboh: Ho may, if I can only follow his orders, ilo told me to drink hot water thirty- minutes beforo every meal,- but It la hard work fco drink hot. water for thirty minutes. . bonnets Mrs Jones : I take hlhrshopplns;. with me, walk blm about untlLhe can't'sinnd. and then wind him up In a bonnet shop. Ho'll buy anything to get homo. » -. Tho Manager: "How many . children- hnvo you, Pat?" Employe : "Siren, sir;". "Why, you have quite a family to support." "Faith, on' 01 have, sir; an* If they all didn't aim their own Ilvln' Oi c...

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

The {Rainfall. The following sliows in points Tne rainfall as recorded officially at .the-Tocuinwal 1'osl Office; January ... . .... , Lo ji 'FebtuoTy ... ' j. i9?V it, Mar;ch., ... I; April*.- .. 4^ y May M." ... 124 J[ui;e'.,T-rj r "''ivW'n-cZ 7 \v'-)',*?. £.&' 7ft August ...... ^ | September'.i4^?.-'.-4" October ...' r , 113s

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NURSERY NOTES. FLANNEL SWATHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 4 December 1908

NURSERY NOTES. FLANNEL SWATHES. I A baby's swatho should never bo so lightly bound as to cause pressure ^on the ribs or abdomen. This would com press the stomach and probably cause vcmltlng va£ter meals. The flannel swatho should never be discontinued during?" teething. Cold in the abdominal region may cause dangerous diarrhoea. The flannel used for swathes shouH be of the softest kind and "all .wool " It Jo better unbound. A capital swathe is mado by knitting white Berlin wool as if making a plain, knitted garter.'five or six inches deep. This Is flexible, and very comfortable for a baby. Opium in any form should , never be given a baby or child except by a doc tor's special order. Children are fright fully susceptible to the Influence of nar cotics. One drop of laudanum has been known to kill a baby. Medicine ordered for a grown person-should never, undct any circumstances, be given to a child. Nursery floors should never be scrub bed either upon a wet day or In the lato afternoon...

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