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Sydney Markets. (Harrison, Jones, and Devlin.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

Sydney Markets. (Harrison, Jones, and Devlin.) The market for has now steadied down, and from .3s xod lo 3s io}i may be regarded as the ruling price at the ;no;;ieut for new wheat prompt delivery.' For del ivery January it is impossible to ob tain more than 3s ')yjd per bushel. Old wheat is neglected, and buyers will not pay more than 4s id per busheL The market for oats is very dull, and prices for '.ill dr-scrini-ions are lower. Maize is particularly slow of sale, poultry feeders having gojte on to wheat, and the easing off in the demand is responsible for a decline in values. Arrivals of chaff from Adelaide not being so heavy as expected, the market for this fod der is a little firmer, prices generally are at a slightly higher level. The following are the titling wholesale rates for the various descriptions of produce ex rail or wharf:-Wheat : New delivery 011 spot, 3s iod to 3s loyid, January, 3s g J-sd, chick wueat 3s gd, to 3s gj^d, old wheat 4s Id per bushel. Oats: N.Z., whit...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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"WONDER WHEAT": AN AMERICAN WHEAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

"WONDER WHEAT": AN AMERICAN WHEAT STORY. Pahaokai-iis have been ' in circulation recently li» tlio press concerning ? won derful returns from wheat grown In Alaska. It was asserted that the Alas kn wheat will yield 200 bushels to tlio Hero, and conjectures lmve been niado of the results when the whont-pVodlic Ing coiinl rlcs ol' the world are sown with" tliis" fabulous grain. Mirny In quiries have been made of the Depart ment of Agriculture respecting tliia Wheat, and It is possible that efforts may bo made to sell small quantities of this, or n similar alleged wheat at exorbitant prices. The Departmental Wlil'at Experimentalist states that tlio variety referred to Is the well:ku6wii " Miracle " or " Mummy " wheat, which belongs to 11 group of wheats known as Poulard, Turgid, or lUvet wheats ' (botiuileur mum! of which is TrUicuin turf/Muni), to which also belong the 'hotter-known "Australian Poulard" and "Galiand's Hybrid." Many of this family have the habit of producing compound o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

dFarni Lands & Property Salemen, "XommiSsion and Manufactures' Agents. AGENTS FOR 53\icliolsoii & Morrow's "Union Har ?aisters, Union Disc Ploughs Horse Works, Combination Wise Cul tivator, Wool Presses, etc. Siortisby & Son's Oil Engines, Binders and Mowers. .SSJfo. Laval Separators, . Portable Steel Framed Silos. Agents for John Darling & Son. STauat BOUGHT ik any Quantity Bags Sold. GUTHRIE BROS., ^Coljram (Vic) aud Finldy (N.S.V. Hlackcioc Brothers Slock Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneers, etc. ©EN1LIQUIN & JERILDERIE. -Stoclv " ""'"i 'v J-J I I " dleari ng aud SpecialSales coffuti'c-j Qedinany part of tbeDistricts :-Fin-, 3ej% Berrigan, Jerilderie, Tocumwal j ®toama, Matbonrn, Barbaui, Moula ijncin, and.DeuUiquin. ! - YH. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) ' i CAMPBELL & 09«, AUCTIONEERS mmvmAEL (Vie). and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held atNum tiricah, Katamatite, Strathmertoa, ?and Tocumwal. Horse sales held at Numurkah ftlonthly. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

.SOMETHING' REALLY NEW ! THE CROP MAKER, : Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the r" " .'^gsaS1'^ PATENTED AND MANUFACTURED ' ??? ' BT: ' "".J. T* ^CL0SEr^:f;j;;,.. %t ' His Steam Implement Works,y FINLEY, -NE^ ..|0UTH. WALES. Write to him for full particulars of the; Imperial " Ideal" r..:^ rj~S/> -Disc Cultivator and copies of Testimonials from practical farmers. - w' Did yotreversse a bitter proporfio''f^^,-m7re simolk-loofeiifS:' Iniplem?rit ? -It is^ust as good ai .JJUooks'. It is xa%^ right. \vl>sl^ otwent. Kfi&i a rec6rd'-ti& "^"^StJRPASSED by any like tool on the'market Its praises are sounded rom all parts of the State at ' fact from many other States, :...?.-." _ The "IDE\t," i:s built of iro:r a*id steal, \v>H bra: rl up and stayel, and is mounted on three . thassive iron wheels. It js practically indestructible. Send a post card to-. , . J. T.. CI^OSE, Finley, N.S.W., for full particulars and testimonials/ ' iT '©mm LIVEFtY [E Traw@lSer§9 ...

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Tuppal Water Trust Appeal Court. (Before A. O. Butler, Esq. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

Tuppal Water Trust Ap peal Court. (Before A. O. Butler, Esq. P.M.) On Saturday last several appelants appeared before the Court in regard to the assessments made by the trus tees of the Tuppal Creek Water Trust. The trust is composed of Messrs Archer, B. Falkiner and R. M'Laurin, the former being the government nominee, and the two latter who were elected by ballot, represent the subscribers. Mr Harri son the secretary of the trust ap peared iti support of the assessments, and appellants conducted their own appeals. Mr W. II. Crowe appealed against the measurements of his land front ing the creek. In answer to the P.M. he said he had given notice to the sec. of the trust that he intended to appeal, but he did not notify the police magistrate for the district as he did not know it was necessary. Mr Butler decided to hear the grounds of appeal. Appellant was of the opinion that the measuring of the frontage would be from point to point, but when it was explained that the trust measure...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, DEC. 18th, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

Tocumwal Guardian! c AND I FINLEY FREE PRESS. } (Established 1807.) FRIDAY, DEC. IStli, 1908. There will be no publication of the "Guardian" 011 January 1st '09. The first issue of the New Year will be the 8th prox. Advertisers are kindly requested to note. CHURCH SERVICES.-The Rev R. C. Oakley will preach here on Sun day next at 7.30. Subject-"The first Xmas Box.'' Mass will be cel ebrated at Finley at XI a.tu. Tocum wal S am, Evening devotions 7.30. The Rev J. Dj'kes will hold service at Finley at 11. Anglican sen-ice H.C. will be held here at 11 a.m. Finley 3 p.m. H.C. HEALTH OFFICER.-The Berri gan Shire invites applications up till noon on the 30th inst., from qualified medical practitioners, will ing to accept the position of health officer for the whole of the shire for the year 1909 at a salary of £52 per annum, Specifications as to duties may he abtained from the shire clerk. LIGHTS.-Notwithstandiugthere repeated warnings which have been given through the columns of the pres...

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THE AMERICAN ON THE LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

THE,AMERICAN ON THE XINKS. The American golfer is now a familiar object on holiday courses. The ab sence of a coat and waistcoat betokens his presence. Whether this airiness of attire.Is the reason, mor whether it is due to his natural tcmporambnt, ho seems to take hot-weather golf moro seriously than the Britisher, exhibiting less slackness In tho noontide heat, and frequently expressing a desire for a I third round. "Golf Illustrated]";

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THE FRUIT PESTS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

THE FttUIT PESfS ACT. THE Department of Agriculture has appointed Inspectors umlor the Fruit Tests Act to nil fruit-growing dis-' tricts, nml great vigilance Is being shown In seeing tliat the 'regulations nrc fully compiled, with. , Tlie Minister, recognises, -however, that It is only by the co-operation of nil engaged and interested In the Indus: try that any substantial diminution In fruit pests may bQ looked'{or, and,, in. their , own," Interest,, tlie Inspectors should be given every assistance, The majority of fruit-growers are only too anxious to) lenrn what should be done to make their orchards qlean, and are quite ready to miike, use. of any effective remedies. Some, liowever, are. so in different *to..their owii niid others' In-, terests, that they, w'lli not 'attempt the. necessary work, except under compul sion. It should^be fiilly rcajlsecl tlint in consequence of' the ,Fru,it Pests legisla tion In otter States, tlie fpilt of whole districts ls.;llhble, to' be phut out ...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

WIT AND HUMOR. Farmer Honk (musingly): They say Deacon Klutchpcnny's . wife wob a-paragon befoio ho married her, and";-» Mrs Ilook (Briskly): Nothing of-the lcind! She was a Smth. 1 knew tbo whole family. "Wo business women," declare! she, "de mand a voice In the management of.lh'e coun try's affairs." ( "I wish you luck," responded he. "But that's more than wo business meu have ever been able to got." "You can't fool all-of the people'-ail of th>j time," began tho man who quotes. "And you don't need ter," broke In the philosopher with chin whiskers. "Most of -tho people will fool, themselves." Little Willie: I had a light with Tommy Jones, but ho hit mo flrsL Willie's Mamma: Dut the Blblo says It our enemy smito us od^ on»» cheek we should turn the other. Willie: Yes, I knotf ; but ho hit mo on tho nose. "So," remarked tho boyhood friend, "you are In tho swim." "Mother and the girls think I nm," answered Mr Cumrox. "But . my-personal feelJnga are those of a man ivlio bas failon ...

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BARN DOOR LATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

BARN DOOn lAtfCH. . The extreme simplicity,, oi copstruc toln of tho gate or door latch .shown in the accompanying illustration" (from tho "Pralrlo Parmer") renders ? a descrip tion unnecessary, exccpt to'say- that the parts B and B.aro fastened to tlifl bulldins°ivhlle A slides within the r.ot* then at indicated . . ....

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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

GENERA! NfOTES -< Nothing: will stimulate a pig's appetite more than a variety of good wholesome food.. A timber famine Is predicted within the next thirty years. Afforestation Id talked about, but not practised. It is known that the wool from a run-* down, underfed sheep' haa weakened fibre and uneven growth. It may bo entirely unfit for use In weaving. . Natal is the latest claimant for a share of the frozen lamb trade In BrN tain._ The colony expects to-ship six to seven million carcases next year. Owners oC horses should not exact as hard acrvlce of their charges during hot. weather. It is the overworked animal which Is afflicted with heat prostration. Great crops do not always Imply a money return commensurate with their size. If prices be low, the farmer dooi not get full benefit from what his land has produced. Last week plots of maize and pota toes, for. experimental purposes, were planted by officers from the Agricultu ral department on Mr F. Gooch's pro perty, n...

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FARM AND FIELD Weaning Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

FARSVI AND FIELD Weaning Figs. figs chould not bo weaned until they aro at lcact eight weeks old. If i.he sow is not to have a second litter, or If thero la time enough in case she Is, It Is bet ter,to let the pigs Euckio until they aro ten to twelve weeks old.< Farmers often got in a hurry and wean pigs when six. weeks old, but unless there Is an abund ant supply of milk, and especially good caro is given, the pigs arc likely to get stunted, sometimes so severely that they novo rcc« /er. The cheapest way to "put.gains on'! young pigs is through tl.b sow. f-ho has a strong digestion, and can turn coarse grains and pasture into easily digested milk. Careful ex periments show that a pound of weirht taken by the young^from the sow will make Inore than one pound of gain on 1- pigs, the flesh of the young animal containing more water. The sow should bo fed to produce a high yield of milk, and tho pigs shoi *d be kept with her until they get to eating a full, feed of both grain...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

The Rainfall. The following table -shows, in points; the rainfall as recorded officially at the Fiiiley Post Qfiice.: tj^cM£'e*c*^ J?gwi'" O O fj fv C >-« c p w m o ^ r n < c?Q y; o *j: £ cr . M . M O . M , M . C\ C\Cn 0> Oi oo 0\ O C> -> Cft 0> G O .G >-. **1 00» -fi. Oi ' ?* ta.'w oV ti"'»+'oa ' '. . - 4^ Cc 13 . CO to 4- rj O* Cn 4^ O-UG) -£». OVV-«"vj Ci C-Oi -V. ' OOi '. 4*. Gi -tO' ' Oih 4; M Oi *0 On t-. © Ol O* K-' to to CP. tOM ?O cc oj.q OOl »-» 09 Ol CCG» .Oi Ol' ~ " " Ok G\ Oi.O\ | Oi 10 " 10 U £G C£0> Ov ~ Oi Oi O* ?* CxO^Oi 0s- ».* * .O^O.Cfl | Ol H MOJOi 0> 0\0> K> -».* v£> o Ol to ON O Ol CO-^I QQN0 4^ C\ > Oi O O Ln >.!

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Finley Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

Fiuley Post Office. . Mails CiOSc..at the Office as fol lows: Daily-For Sydney, T.P.O. soutli west,- Narandera, Jerilderie and Berrigan, at 7 a.m. Train' leaves at 7-35- .-. Daily - For Melbourne and Tocurawal, at S a.m. Coach leaves at 8.50. ? . . .. . For. Denilitjuiu, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 7.30 p'.m:- Coach leaves at 8 p.m. For Pine Hills, Fridays only, at 7.30 p.m. ' For Jerilderie via Springfield, .on Tuesdays, Thursdays^ autt' Satur days; at 6.30 p.m. Coach-leaves nt 7 P-V- ? . ... . . ?7 -AnpavAi.s . _ ,Ff.o:n Sydney, T.-P.O. south' west, Naraudera, Jerilderie, and Beriigau, at 7.10 p.m. ,daily.; .r From Meltourneaud .fbcuimvulj at ji p.m; daily.,. . From Denilit|uiri on Wednesdays, Fridays, at '12.30 a.lii, Oli' Sun day at 4 p.m. From Pine Hills, on Sundays, at 4 p.m. From Jerilderie, on iuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 8.30 a.m. ! M. W. CLIFFORD, . ', ; " Post Master.

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MILK IN BULK. A NEW IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

MILK IN BULK. A NEW IDEA.. . . Dairy farmers on the south coast of New South Wales (writes tho "Sydney .Mail") are discussing t'ne practicability of forwarding milk to Sydney in bulk. Albion Park farmers are talking about the matter, and the-idea seems, to bo gaining ground. - At present, milk, is forwarded to Sydney In. 10-gallon cans supplied by the farmer. These cans . come back the following- das', while another lot is on the way to Sydney. ..The idea now is' that all milk should be ' taken delivery- oi locally; and sent to ""Sydney in bulk. It is stated that If . KiIs was done, dairymen would be paid xfor, all the milk sent, and sour milk would be a thing of the past. At present thiere are constant complaints of short weights, or the supplier receives a note "stating that one or two cans went sour "on a date mentioned, ancl he is paid , a very .much lower-price for It without hrfvlng_any way of satisfying hirriself that his milk was realty' sour.' Further, if mlik were taken-at...

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THE DAIRY. TESTING THE COWS. HOW TO PROCEED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

.THE DAIRY. TESTING THE COWi. ." HOW TO PROCEED. . Tho Information given in a bpiletin re cently Issued by tho Massachusetts Ex periment station on tho matter, of t,eat in^r rows for tho purpose ascertaining tho quantity ot tnlik anil buttef, fat yielded by them is of general interest. . The. bulletin outlines a system of tcatlng the milk and-butter fat yiqld of cowe that is.simple, and quite possible of. be ing carried out, by every dairyman who desires to test his milking herd. "WEIGHING THE MILK. . B-gin when tho cow is fresh, tintf ^elgh her millc for thrco consecultve days^in each , month, preferably'.'about tho middle, and record the weight on " ruled paper.-The sum of th$ amount produced for. -three days multiplied by ten gives tho amount produced for the . month. The amount of milk produced in,a portion of a month may be estima ted by welshing the milk for one or jewo days and. multiplying by the ,proper number. Continue the weighing for one year, .and from year to _year if ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

Wfte leverage tfjat benefits. I^JOT simply a thirst quencher, net merely a -.llimulant, but just the purest, most inspiriting, and most health-infusing spirit that has ever been produced. MrClris H.i: ^ K.1J 8 "For iiiiuiy yo:n Cniilj.ljMiit* from winch I. could olit/jln aavMahiiuirolief. xhrort y« w?uuci ushw ChiiiMbiii'linu'x TatiliH*, mil this result war; so satisfactory that I nm now nover without a bMtlo hi tliohoimu, Many «»f my friends u-iul ilium :». l-'inliiy & Ti: ulatto »val, Uiloby L.Jc ST. VITUS' DANCE. A Marvellous Cure. Thirty-one years have elapsed since Mrs. Ann <5ritlitlis, of Xo. 2 Garden Avenue, Glebe, came to this country from Shropshire, and five years since the cxpcrtances contained In this report wove encountered, *'I could hardly crawl ttlvnt?," Mrs. GriflHhs went on tu explain to our representative,."! was so terribly weak, and the wholo ol my physical misfortunes arose Hh'oiikIi-hail digestion, so it is a more important matter than most ...

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The World's Best Tennis Players. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

The World's Best Tennis Players. | It was a great battle that was fought for the Davis Cup, the pride of the lawn tenuis world, during the last week in November, when the champions of America and Austral asia met oil the lawns of the Victor ian Association in Melbourne. How strenuous was the fight may be judged from the magnificent set of pictures in the January issue of "Life," certainly the best snapshots published anywhere of the great con test. What the Davis Cup Com petition is, and who the men are that played for it, are told briefly and clearly, and with the photographs make one of the chief items in a very fine issue of this popular magazine. Among other articles of special in terest and value are, "The Opening of the Modern Aladdin's Cave," by DrFitchett; "The Story of Standard Oil," by John D. Rockefeller: ' 'Dooley 011 the Spirit of Christmas'' by Finley Peter Dunne ; and "How we spent Christmas with the Croco diles," by Julian A Dimock. Mr T. K. Dow who is nothing if. no...

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OUTRAGED DICNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

OUTRAGED DICNITY. A group of theatrical men were talk ing about ail actor who died not long ago. . "Ho was a delightful humorist, a splendid raconteur in society," said one of the comp'any, "but, at thosame time, ho had a certain proper and be coming s'enso of his own dignity, and it never' paid to bo unduly familiar with him. ' "Ho was, as wo ail know, rather bald. He resented, from barbers or friends, any .allusion to his baldness. Well, one. night at a "party a man camo up behind ^tliis'great artist, stag gered him with a violent slap on tho back, ruid exclaimed,in a loud, jovial familiar ^voico-r . 'Hello*, 3>ickl . How aro you?. *fivery timo I see you you got balder and balder.' - "Tho 'actor drew himself up. 'I don't know who you are/ ho said, .'but every timo I see you you get rudar and ruder.?"

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Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

Tocumwal I'ost Officc. AKKIVAI Bcrrigan, Sundays, Wednesdays, 'Fridays, n a.m.' Finley, daily at ji a.in. Jerildcrie, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, n a.m. Sydney, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at n a.m. and p.m. Titppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days, :iiid Saturdays," 2 p.m. Deniliquiu, Tuesdaysacd 2fridays 5 p.m. Barooga aiid Mnlwafo, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 9p.m. Yarroweyali, CoJiram, Kussnr kali, Melbourne, daily r! 3.4© Dr.i'AiiTvsa^. Barooga a!id MnHvala, Blcmdr.ys, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9 a.irr. Finley and Sydney, daily 4 p.m. Bern^ui], Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 4 p_sn. Deniliquiu, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, 6 a.*". Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days,'and Saturdays, a I 6 a.m. j Yarroweyab, Cobratn,Inrsmurkab and Melbourne, daily at Ji.20a.1u. W. 1VA1.SH, Post Master.

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