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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. T»k following Crown I.anda havo been gazetted au available for Sottlcmcnt 011 the dates given bolow : SETTLEMENT PURCHASE: ALIIURY LAND DISTRICT, withm Walla Walla Settlement Purchase Area, 48,G03 acrcs,.in 10S blocks, in areas ranging from 281 to 610 acres, with the exception of tho homestead block, the area of' which is 1;500 acres, and tho annual rent £706 17s. Gd. ; distant 44 to 12i miles from Culcairu Railway Station, and 1 to 12 miles from Walla W.illa Railway Station, and at north-cast corner 7 miles from Hcnty Railway Station'; other annual rcints of from £51 5a. Gd. to £152. Avail able 18th .January, 1900. (Settlement .Piirchaso Area No. 1.) CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE: RARKES LAND DISTRICT, within Corad gcry Holding, 9,011 acrcs, in 0 blocks, m proas ranging from 1,118 to 1,H64 acres, parish Tanilogo, county Kennedy, distant 15 to 20 miles from Trundle, and 12 to 17 miles from Thu Troffs; suitable for grazing and agriculture ; annual rents for first t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

TO (Under New Management.) 6 E0R6I HUT 0 3BEGS to'advjse bis friends anil kite Travelling Puhlie that lie has taken jpossessioi: of the above well knows Hotel, which has always enjoyed ?he reputation of being the Commercial Kocse in I'inley, also one <of the best conducted in the district, and he trusts hy strict attention to Smsiness to merit the cont-aue.-i patronage .which has always been accorded the All "Wines. Ales, Spirits ana Cigats are the Sliest procurable. fiobmy Stables. Attentive Grc&sj Coaches for Jerildwie, Tocumwal, -tSmti Semliquiii call each day. G3CORGK BAI/TON, Proprietor. - THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. TTHli hest brands of Wiiiiis, Spirits, Ales, nus Cigars JSanrple Rocrm. Unlimited Stabling; Cab meets all tains. Coaches leave litre .for Finlejv Berrigaur 3 areola, Corown & Jerildcrie TSCUil IIL 4Djjly 2*irst Class Brands of "Wines aril Spirits stcc5:e:L Cleanliness, Civility anil Attention gsaraiile:d. JI ARI\Y H- CAS...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. RECIPES FOR GOOSEBERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

LASSES' COLUMN. I ,HOMEI.Y SAKE. WECIPES FOR GOOSEBERRIES. | Gooseberry Creams. - Required: One quart of green gooseberries; two or three ounces of castor-sugar; quarter of . a pint of cream; a few ratafias. Top, tall, and wash the gooseberries. Then . cook them until tender, with Just 'enough water to keep them, from burn ing. Next rub the pulp through a sieve" and whip tho cream very llg'itly. Then stlr.it into the pulp. See that it is nlcc'y sweetened; serve it piled up in custard glasses with a ratafia on the top exf each. Baked Gooseberry Pudding. - Re quind: One pound of gooseberries; one ounce of butter;\ four eggs; castor sugar; three ounces of browned crumbs. Stew the gooseberries until tender with just enough water to keep them from burning. Then rub them through a sieve or mash them finely with a fork. Sweeten to taste with castor sugar, then leave the mixturo to cool. Thickly butter a plain mould or basin, sprinkle it thickly with crumbs, warm the rest of the butter and ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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ASSISTING IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

ASSISTING. IMMIGRANTS. Mr. Herbert Easton, tlio hon. sec retary of tlio Immigration League of Australia, has rccoircd an offer from a central emigration, body in- London, who aro working iu conncction with an Act passed by the British Govern ment in 1005, to send to Australia, free of cost, selected emigrants of good charactor, certified, after ^medi cal examination, to of sound Health, who arc fit and desirous to take em ployment as. agricultural labourers. Funds . will be sont to the League for the maintenance of these people pend ing tfihir '.obtaining occupation ; and it is proposed, at first, to limit tho num ber dispatched to three families and two single ineri for each ship, certain of the. children of each family to bo of an ago to work. An immediate re ply by cablo as to whether the League would-undertake the charge of these peoplo, and to assist in securing situa tions for them, was requested, and an answer in tho. affirmative was des patched. It is a condition of tho agro...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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HEALTH HINTS. BUNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

I HEALTH HINTS. BUNIONS. The most common situation for a bunion Is. the outer side of the root of tho great toe. Essentially It is an in flammation of tho Joint, Although a bunion may bo set up solely by certain conditions of the blood, as the presence j of gout poison, or by friction and pres sure over the joint, as may occur from ] ill-fltting boots, It Is rnoro frequently i found as a result, of pressure exerted at | tho free end of the too; this pressure ' forces tho joint outwards and the freo end of the toe Inwards. . ! On examining a bunion one always finds a painful and more or lessftrcd dencd. swelling at the root of the toe. Apart from any prominence caused by forcing the joint outwards there Is en largement due to inflammation itself. At whatever stage we take up treatment obedience to tho following rule is im perative. -The boots should be quite long,'so that the free end of the too Is not'pressed on at all. At the sides they should be neither tight nor loose.. A Ioosq b...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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NEW FRENCH MODEL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 18 December 1908

NEW FRENCH MODEL. Fo? a visaing gown in smpuu bujc : with wide guipure trimming and white chiffon chemlsettc. I

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SPRAYING MIXTURES. THEIR RELATIVE VALUES. AN AMERICAN OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

SPRAYING MIXTURES. THEIR RELATIVE 'VAliUES. AN AMERICAN OPINION. In a recent issue of . the "Michigan . Farmer," the question of spraying was. discussed by a firm of practical Ameri ca.! orchardists. "Arsenate of lead," it was stated, "is attracting considerable interest as an insecticide in spraying orchards. While there JIB no question about its efficiency for' general use in large orchards, the question of expense is an important one. This poison is pro bably not yet in such general use that it is kept in stock in most drug stores, but where it is sold at retail the cost is not less than lOd per pound. It may be had, where large amounts are used, in 100-pound lots at Gd per pound with freight added. Three pounds of this are required in 50 gallons of liquid, and at the lowest price the cost of this quantity is over Is 3d, or more than one farthing per gallon. At the higher price the cost Is O'/fcd a gallon or more, which' is about that of the lime-sulphur wash when made at home. T...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER LII—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

.A TALE OF THE1 CRIMEA, CHAPTER L1I-Continued* .U'rove it." said Dakar, "by accepting tho husband whom your- family have eho 6ou for you. Too often has tho wolf do sola Loci tho fold of Judnh. I will,-if pos sible, attvo *0110 victim from tho fau^s. jXnlcu hor by tho hand," ho added, turn ing to Ishtuaol, and at tho .sumo timo opening tho book upon tho table, "whilst in tho name of tho Most High I pro lioitnco tho words which knit'tho bonds between you." lshmnel sprang towards her, but, at tho sumo mutant, Sura drew iv long knifo, which alio woro concealed beneath her girdle. "A stop," alio said, "and you chusp a corpse. I would ratlier trust to tho mer cy of IJim whoso naino you profane than live tho wifo of a murderer. A stop and I will render my soul to tho Great lieing who liavo it." There was a degree of hesitation am ongst the assistant** at this extraordinary scene. Tho assassin alouo appeared reso lute. "Wlitttl" he muttered, in a sueeriup tone, "are tho men of Israel to bo ...

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HOW MRS. BROWN WATCHED HER HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

HOW MRS. BllOWN" WATCHED ' HER HUSBAND. Tho Browns, lived at a houso with a largo porch, 'facing llcgoiit's I'ark, London. They had not boon long mnr ried, boforo Mrs. Brown found that "press of business" invariably kept Mr. B. very lato at night-at tho time I mention, I may' say, early in the morning. He always informed her when ho should bo late, and insisted on her going to bed early. "I caiijfiot let my little wifo lose hor beauty sleep," he would say. Ho was rather on tho big side Himself. Not being a "New Wo-; man" slio always oboyed him and went. ) Ono evening a dangorouy suspicion cn-l torcd her mind. They kept thrco scr-l vants-a parlourmaid, liousoinaid, and/ a x>retty littlo cook. Strango to sayi: it was tho cook, above all others, who volunteered to. "stay up for master,'] usually saying sho was not tired, an</ pressed tho others to go to Cod. This niglit tho lady of tho houso said t<} thorn: "I will remain up to-night fcf: Mr. Brown; you can all...

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MIGRATION ON THE INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

MIGRATION ON THE INCREASE. IT should bo gratifying to farmers, pastorallsts, ami ail other employers or rural labour to learn that Immigrants are now coining forward hi steadily In- : creasing numbers. The Director of -1 he Immigration and Tourist Itureati Is receiving advices by every mail, or.( farm labourers from all parts of Great ' Britain, who have been accepted by the Agent-General as suitable emigrants for this State, and there Is every reason to believe that they will lie found desirable men, as from the class of Immigrant that has been coming i forward l'or some time past It Is evl- ' dent that the Agents throughout the United Kingdom are now well aware of t the type of person required by New South Wales. Reports that cannot but be gratifying to all concerned are con tinually being received at the Immigra tion Bureau Indicating that the hum!-, grants are on the whole a first-class lot of Intelligent and capable workers, whether they are put on to farm-work or bush, labouri...

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Palling's Christmas annual. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

Paljjnu'3 Christmas annual. . Tho thirty-fifth edition of this most iK/$K lar publication is to hand, and, as will .bo gathered from an. advertisomont appearing olsowlicio, is eramnicd with choico itonis, amongst theso soino of tho meat attractive ballads, songs and danco piceos oxtant. Such old favorites as " Coino Back to Erin" (Claribel) and "The 13ridgo" (Lindsay)-.will alono oiiHtiro a rapid r»alo for this charming budget of. music, to which a -special valuo is imparted by tho inclusion of tho"Nobrnr>]uv Bohottischo," tho most popular sohottischo ovor published, and "Over tho Waves," a waltz,- which rivals "Tho Merry Widow" walU in its tunoful sotting. Othor spcciull?" attractive itcuiB consist of a'couplo of lovel/ now songs, "If" I woro Dead," by Ilcr-r Guslar Slapoffslii, mid Gibbcs' "You.". Printed in full size is tho music throughout, while a noat cover and a handsomcly dcsigiied titlo-pago, /ortraying tho well known foaturcs of Carrio Mooro, complutel a solid shilling'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

PALING'S; XMAS ANNUAL. Beautiful Title Page. Pull Size Music'. 1. I Could bo Happy with a Girl liko You- (sung in " Tho Dairymaids ") Sinter. 2. Four Jolly Smiths (famous Baritono Sons) Leslie. 3. When tho Autumn Leaves are Falling {Pathetic Ballad and Refrain) Slater. 4. IF I WERE DEAD (a Now Song) llorr Gustav Slapoflski. 5. Como Back to Erin Clitrihel. G. Tho Bridgo Liiiduiy. 7. NEBRASKA SOHOTTISCJHE. . Tho most popular Schottfochp over published. 8. God Bk'sa tho Princo of Wales (Standard Patriotic Song) Richard*. 0. SOFTLY SLEEP Clairo Nowton. Composer of tho Popular Songs, " Hush," and "I told my lovo to tho roses/ 10. I Cannot Sing tho Old Songs CJIarihel. 11. You (a-Pretty, Now Song) Gibbon. : 12. OVER THE WAVES WALTZ. .../.Rosa*. "Sobro Las Olas/' Tho Well-known Waltz. 10. "When"Roses Fall (Charming Ballad).. ......' Isabel Varnoy. '14. Cows are in tho Corn (Bung with great success by Madame Ada Crosaloy). i Price, One Shilling. 1 W. H- PALING 81 CO., Vm<, 358 Ge...

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THE POULTRY YARD REARING YOUNG TURKEYS. SOME USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

THE POULTRY YARD REARING YOUNG TUttKEYS. SOME USEFUL. HINTS. I In reply to a correspondent, tho fol lowing hints on tho rearing of young turkeys aro given: | Turkey chicks are somewhat more troublesome to rear than ordinary chickens. In many points, however, tho treatment Is alike. Young turkey chicks, when first hatchcd, aro some times a bit troublesome to feed. Tho birds do not pick readily, and a first lesson may be given by dipping their beak into sweet milk. The moisture will cause them to open their mouth, and they -will swallow a little of the milk. This give's the birds the idea of helping themselves. When turkey chicks aro first hatched, they should be left for 12 to 1G hours without feed. A little new milk may bo placed in a shallow pan, and if they do not touch it after 1G hours they should be coaxed. THE FIRST yOOD. ) The first food given should bo com posed of hard boiled egg, grated fine, and mixed with three times the quan tity of biscuit nieal. A little now milk may ...

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Our Xmas Tramp. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

Our Xmas Tramp. On Xmas Eve our rep. with liis usual custom wandered round Toe umwal to gaz e upon the prepara tions for Xmas at the various places of business, and he relates his .ex periences as follows : I tossed lip a coin to decide which cncl .of the town I would commence to reconnoitre-head for the east, tail' for the west. It came tail. .The'result did not trouble me, as both ends of the town have their own irrigation houses. "Just in time," was the greeting I received from Duncan as I walked into the'Bridge Hotel. Of course I would not plead guilty to refusing, especially when I knew that he had 'gpt in a fresh supply of ice to keep theMrink cool. "Where is the old getithT I asked, and was informed that lie was down at the new build ing. I'taewitwas 110 use going there as would be busy, so I wished Duno;Hl^tlie_ usual compli ments, and droppfid ?on Messrs Fox and pepper. Both were squaring up 1. heavy week's wot^- "How is the Berrigan trade J-'" "Pretty good" replied Will^m,...

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BURIED ALIVE FOR MONEY. Girl's Herole Sacrifice to Save Her Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

Girl's Hcrolo Sacrifice to Save Her Mothor. ^Au extraordinary Hto»y of a young , girl's sacrifice comes from a town in Ohio. It is said that a Hindu magi cian, appearing in tlio neighbourhood, announced that. ho would put a girl to sloop for eight days, bury her fivo feet under ground, give her neither food nor water, but simply allow hor air, and then rcstoro her to life. Ho was willing to pay roundly for the proper person, but ho demanded .that ho bo ablo to charge for admiltanco to both tho hypnotising, the burial, and t/io resurrection. Tho difiiculty was to find an object to experiment upon. lie advertised, and a young woman named Gibson volunteered. It.appears that she was driven to do so by tho direst poverty. Her mother was dangerously ill, and required someono experienced to nurso her. Miss Gibson was only nineteen years of ago. Tho spectaclo of her mother's wasting strength drovo her almost crazy. By the merest chance sho saw tho Hindu's advertisement. Tho bribe was sufiie...

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HOW TO MAKE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

HOW TO" MAKE INTERNA - TIONAIi WOMKN. A writer in the English "Girl's Own Paper" describes 'How to See Foreign Countries" by exchange of homes-an article which might afford many uBeful hint's to girls anxious to see something of other lands and yet not able to afford hotel or even pension bills# and perhaps even too young to go about everywhere quite alone. She had,sent to her an ad vertisement , from a Swedish girl who wished ,to exchange homes with an Eng lish 'girl.' ' The English girl arranged .with her, therefore, and was delighted ( with her elx months' winter stay among the. Swipdesi with its slti-log, Bitching, tobogganing^ and skating. Jitter- I wards she exchanged homes with a Ger- | man ghjl in Berlin, her atay in »*"tjicb city she'.also found enjoyable.", * . I

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The Song of the Dust. [After—a long way after—Hood's "Song of the Shirt."] [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

j The Song of the Dust. [After-a long way after-Hood's Z1 "Song of the Shirt."] Witli fingers "weary and worn, . with eyes so bleary and red ; a wo man grappled a. worn out broom and this is what she said ; It's dust/'! dust! dust! comes unilrar'tne'c'iacl?0 -rA-'t'Mr ?roor~;' tfricr clust! dust! dust . till it gets all over the floor; Oh ! what a blasted land is this, where the Darling. showers do come; enough to drive a respectable wo ngij/jjout of her house and home. Through keyhole, crevice and sill, it comes in a floating cloud ; We set to work with a will, while we groan and curse aloud,' And it's dust! dust! dust! with scrub, and bucket, and broom. Did you ever see such a frightful place as the laud of the Riverine ? Spoiling the look of a womau's house till it isn't fit to be seen. In bedroom, parlor, and hall it comes in a dirty layer; till eyes and mouth are filled ; and you choke for want of air. Dust! dust! dust! under and over the bed, and dust! dust! dust! till you wis...

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A PHONETIC EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

A PHONETIC EFFECT. Tho keeper ivus feeding tho pythons. Several live rabbits woro tossed into tho cago, and were immediately and greedily seized by tlio reptiles. Tho struggling rabbits, although seeming ly almost as largo as tho snakes, woro swallowed wholo ono aftor another. The crisly sight prompted tho scholar ly-looting man to exclaim: "Gruesome, eb, keopor?" Tlio keopor turned' with a glance of scorn upon tho professor. "Yaa,and you!d 'a' grow some, if you'd <jt all that livo stock, -I guess."

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A GENTLE HINT. THE NEW MUSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

A GENTLE HINT. ... THE NEW MUSICIAN. Silence your ancient music, , -Your dreams of a distant star: "Grive iis a song of the life we live, . -A Song of the Things That Are! Sing of the white Sierras. \ ( Of the Gloucester fleet at sea, Of. the great North's silent forests And the balcing Florida key. Give us the railroad's rumble, ' The hiss of the forging steam, ' The shops by day and the mills by ?night, , . And the trolley's tortured scream. .There you-will find your heroes, rThere till the world shall end: The man- who. works for hie children, Aiid the man who dies for his friend. | There does the prize await you, And not on a distant star, Fortho song that shall last for ever 'is song of the things that are! ; -^'Saturday Evening Post."

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[?] Picnic Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

/ Picnic Race Club. . / ' - . * f The annual genera! meeting of . jlie Tocumwal Picnic Race Club /vas held at II. Casey's Hotel 011 ^Saturday last, when the following , frere present:-R. J. MXattrin, A. MXaurin (president) A. Mnc Jpherson, H. Y. Brown, S. M. Brown 'G. A. Grommelin, lf. Hoyle, A. J. M'Callum, 11. Bourchier, K. Tlior burn, G. R. I-Iillson, G. Thornley A. Shallberg and S. Thorburn. The balance sheet which disclosed ?ti credit balance of £0 was adopted .on the motion of Messrs - A. Mac pherson and R. Bourchier. By Messrs A. Macpherson and R. Xl'I/auriu that the member's fee be one guinea per annum. Cd. Several amendments were made to the rules, copies of such alterations will be posted to members later. "The annual races will be held in May. The following office-bearers were appointed:-President-Mr H. "Y. Brown, Vice Presidents-Messrs liobert Bourchier and A. J. Mac -pherson, Treas-Mr G. A. Crom melin, Sec. Mr S. J; Thorburn, Committee-Messrs A. J. and R. W. M'Laurin, S...

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