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Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS, [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVAL | Kerrigan, Sundays, Wednesdays, | Fridays, n a.m. Kiuley, daily at 11 a.m. Jerilderie, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdaj\s, u a.m. Sydney, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at u a.m. and p.tu. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, 2 p.m. 1 DeiiiHquiii, Tuesdays and Fridays Barooga and Mulwala, Tuesdays, | Thursdays, and Saturdays, 9 p.m. [ Yarroiveyah, Cobram, Nuraur kah, Melbourne, daily at 3.40 p.m. Dki'.ykturi-S. Barooga aud Mulwala, Mondr.ys, .Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9 a.m. Fiulcy and Sydney, daily 4 p.jn. Berrigau, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 4 p.m. Peniliquin, Weduesdays, and Saturdaj's, 6 :i.in. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, at 6 a.m. Yarroweyali, Cobram, Kumurkah aiul Melbourne, daily at 11.10 a.m. W. WAI.SH, Post Master.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

Tbe Rainfall. The following table sliows in points the rainfall as recorded officially at the Finley Post Office : I 1 I W. f I I !? i I.: i gsSSssil^K-ss. v-' . s I -S & aS gt t a I ccg: ^?=g5,s^-ajs as£t, S'S'S 82 s'giiii^

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

The Rainfall. The following shows in points the raiiifall as recorded officially at | the Tocumwal Post Office: January .., o February ... ... ... 92 March 26". April; ... ... 43 May'; -... . ... ...' 124 June ... .... ... 321 July- ... .... 79" August .£ September... j-162 October- ... 115" November... ... ' ...... 25 Beeember ... .... 62 . 1208

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Diseased Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

Diseased Cattle. ! The following evidence was given before Messrs Meek & F. Hoyle Js.P. in the Police Court 011 Tuesday last. Sergeant I'razer, being duly sworn produced the gazette containing his appointment as an inspector under sec. 50 of the Cattle Slaugh tering and Diseased Animals Meat Act, 1902. On the 15th of Decem ber last, I saw a spotted heifer bran ded R over 2 011 the near rump, at the local railway trucking yards, I seized her as I was of the opinion that she was suffering from tuber culosis. This morning at the police paddock, I was present when Dr. Hill examined the beast. R. II. Hill, a registered medical officer, said : - I examined a red and white spotted heifer branded R over 2 this morning at the police paddock and found her to be infected with tuberculosis. H. Shaw jr. said-I am a drover and reside at Tocumwal. On the 13tli or 15th inst. I brought some cattle from Mr R. W. M'l.auriu's property at Moroco. Could not say when Mr M'Lauriu told me to come fo...

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Cemetery Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

Cemetery Trustees. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Tocuunval cemetery trustees was held on Monday afternoon last when the following were present: Trs. G. Crommeliu, A. Gourley, J. I-Iearn, A. Hulett, J. Kennedy, \V. Meek, P. 1'eace (chairman) .ami J. Wilson. Letters were received from Mr Peters MX. A. stating that he would present the application to the Min ister for a grant of ,£100 to place the cemetery in proper order, also advising that deeds of grant were issued for various portions of the cemetery, viz ;-Anglican, Catholic Jewish and Presbyterian, but that the Department had now discon tinued the practice. A letter under later date was read stating that the application for the special grant had been forwarded to the District Surveyor for report. Tr. Meek suggested the advisabil ity of procuring a letter book for outward correspondence; also all necessary stationery for the secre tary. The suggestion was adopted. The chairman stated that he called on Mr Sudgcn in reference ...

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"KOEPENICK" OUTDONE. Englishman's Prank With German Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

"KOEPENIGK" OUTDONE. Englishman's Prank With Gorman Soldiers. ^The trick of tlio cobbler eaxitain of Koepenick, who in a second-hand uni form took command of a squad of German Guardsmen and used them to arrest a. Mayor and rob a municipal treasury, was a tame affair compared to an incident described in the "Times'5 by Mr. Henry Chamberlain, a retired naval lieutenant. On a walking tour in Germany ho camo upon a body of Saxon soldiers taking their ease in a wood, and though liia German vocabulary consist ed of only about forty words, sat down and conversed with them. Ho was wearing on old grey suit, a felt hat, I and flannel shirt, and carried an uin- i brella. Quite casually he mentioned that ho was a naval officer. ! "At tho. mention of the word 'offi cer' all the- men sat up, buttoned their ' tuuics, and buckled oh their swords or. bayonets-I forget which. 'Are you going to Niederbronu?5 was_my next [ question. 'Yes,' they replied, /wo are going to walk to Niederbronu and j there ...

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

ssspai (Under New Management.) BEGS to advise bis friends and the Travelling Public that lie has taken jpsssessiou of the above well known Hotel, whicli has always enjoyed tie reputation of beiug the Commercial House in Ifinley, also one «&" the best conducted in tbe district, and he trusts by strict attention to Sbnsiuess to merit the continued patronage which has always been snaamled the .&.11 'Wines, Ales, Spirits and Cigars are the finest procurable. Eowoy Stables. Attentive Groom Coaches for Jerilderie, 'fecunrwal, -anti Deniliquin call each day. GEORGE DAI/TON, Proprietor. THE TOOUMWAL HOTEL THE best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. -Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling,. - Cxti meets all trains. tloachss leave here for Finley, Berrigan, Barooga, Corowa & Jeiilderie Calv I'irst Class Brands of Wines and Spirits stocked. iC*.1ea~.'*Iness, Civility and Attention guaranteed. HARRY H. CAS1£Y, Proprietor. THE 190S-9 : Melbourne Sales : SEASON Held...

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CHAPTER LIII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

OilAI'TKlf Mil. Revenue maintains hoi- empire in the breast, Though every o! hot* foeliny freeze t«i rest; And .sooner may the erow-desorled'bark, When tempests wildly rajz;o ami nights are dark, Admit a pilot, tlian may man obtain Reason, when tossed tinon tho aupjry main. -(l, Trcvauion. No sooner had Jshmael witnessed tho death of Sara, than tho wild passion which had iit-^od him to commit M> many crimes became extinct within his breast ; lie thought hut little of Iuh victim, every feeling of his heart was concentrated In tho thirst of vengeance. "Well," said tho Ctovernor, with caser nes*, "whero is tho sum you promised mo?" ''Death pays all debts," was tho reply. "Hut not^ mine," observed tho func tionary, furiously. "Is it my fault that your enemies surprised you like u wolf in your lair^ Pay me," ho added, with a meaning . gesture, "or I will havo tho lit!h) that remains of life scourged o'i( of you. Justice is not to he disappointed of her due." At tho word justice, tho I...

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

73(je family Stimulant. j^T imparls lasting j exhilaration, and I need only be taken in J small quantities night I and morning. . Entothiiiiiufr »m Enemy. - Don't entertain a. chronic ruuuhiR fioro or womulf?. Curo it with Dr dhoMon's MucmUio 1/mhncut. Prlci; Is *m ami !??. Obt iiimMo at L. Jensen & Co's., Totumwal & FiiileT' A Wonderful Cure for Indigestion REDFERN TESTIMONY. "Each morning I woke with tho cori sciousncss that something was notj right," remarked Mr. William Johnston, of No. 127 Eveleigh-strcfit, Itedfcrn, to a newspaper representative, who was making some enquiries. Continuing1, ho Maid, "I felt as if I was in for a spell oC sickness, and, sure enough thoso mi« givings foretold what afterwards hap pened. You see, tho heat was pretty considerable where T was, up at Mole, seventy miles from Warren, 315 deg. in the «hade for a week (it a Ktrcteh being regarded as only a. fleabito to what eould happen when the nun wan in goo<l form, and too mu...

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

Secretaries ef Country Cricket Clubs, and Crlchetere generally requiring Goods f*f the Cricket Season, are requested (d escealt. either verbally or by lettw, ISIOFi TOUiPIER & 00" SHLE< BUNS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS. AMMUNITION. R. Green Estate, 00 Bathurst St.. Sydney. Everything Sold at Usual Sale Half Prloo. Price Price D.B.B.L. Farmer Quo, £ 3 15 0 ffl 0 0 D.B.B.L. Gun. fitted with Greener CrOSi Bolt 7 10 0 9 IS 0 D.B.B.L. Hammerless Qua 12 0 0 6 10 0 D.B.B.L.Hammerle88CashmoreS9 0 0 20 0 0 Field G!as3.,NlflM and Day 1 10 0 15 0 Gent's' Bicycle.Bijflllsh-made fitted with Ounlop Tyres 12 15 0 5 17 B D.B.B.L. Gun.Ciistimorc, pigeon 17 0 0 8 17 0 Wizard Camera '. 2 15 0 178 Hand Camera. 4/.>: Single Barrel Breech.loadtng Guns, 21/; Rods Rifles, 10/6; Saloon. 5/-; Air Guns, C/Q: ohokelbss Cartridges, 7/6 100: Black Pow der, 6/.; Revolvers, 6/-; Quantity of Files, Tools, and host of otherltncs. ANY OP THE ABOVE GOOI>S WILL BB FOR WARDED on receipt of Cheque or P.O....

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OCCULTISM AND COMMON SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

OCCULTISM AND COMMON SENSE. The supernatural has always a strange fascination of its own. In "Occultisin and Common Sense" (Wer ner . Laurie), Mr. Bcckles Wilson brings out a mass of evidence . of genuine as opposed to 'tho endless manifestations .of fraud. In tho chapter on "Phantoms .of tho Living," the author/ quotes^ the statement of a trustworthy witness in regard to a curious apparition which fame to him early in tho afternoon in his father's house in. Pall Mali iiL .the-April"of1S71;- ~ ^ - ' I saw what I sujjposed at the first moment to bo dirty soajw water-run ning in at tho door; and I wis in the act of jumping up to scold tho . housemaid for upsetting the water, when I saw that the supposed water was the tail or train of a lady's . dress. The lady glided in back . wards, as if she had been slid in oil a . slide, each tmrt of her dress keeping its place without disturb ance. She glided in till I could see the whole of her, except the tip of her nose, her Hps, and the tip o...

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"WIRELESS" OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

"WIRELESS" OPERA. "Any person within thirty miles of Covent Garden will bo able to hear - the opera by wireless telephony," says Mr. Lee De Forest, inventor of sys tems of wireless telegraphy and tele phony. Ho is much elated over the devel opment of his system, which his words indicate, and which ho has just per fected. "The apparatus will bo so cheap," ho says, "that it will be within tho reach of everyone. The receiving mechanism is very simple, and so in-, expensive. that it can bo installed at a cost of not more than £3. .."All tho subscriber will have to do will be to put up a fiagpolo on his dwelling. ? "Tho cost to him for tho opera season should not be moio than 4s, a month. "I have already ' succeeded in trans mitting a solo over thirty miles' without wires, and the practicability of transmitting every note of tho orchestra and chorus in any theatre in London is not a mattor of question, but of certainty." The inventor stated that ships of the United States battle fleet no...

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A NEW WAR DEVIL. Could Rip a Battleship to Pieces. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 25 December 1908

Could Rip a Battleship to Pieces. A new terror lias been added to wur in the shapo of n deadly torpedo gun, which is *tlio invention of a young American naval commander/ and is claimed to bo tho most momentous ad. vance in naval warfaro for many years. In Boston harbour this terrific piece of warmechanism was put to the test, tho object of which was to determine tho effectiveness of the now pieco of ordnance over which the young in ventor, Lieut.-Commander Cleveland Davis, has been so long at work. Tho assembled naval officers pre tonded that a huge oil lank, ballasted with forty tons of scrap-iron, and built into three interior bulkheads, was an attacking party that had by strategy entered Boston harbour, and was about to shell tho city. As she rolled on tho surface a streak of steel gleamed through the water five feet below the surface, hit her amidships, threw a shell into her vitals, and sank her straight to the bottom of the sea. Had tho tank, tho eye-witnesses say, been tho wa...

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THE HOME BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 January 1909

THE HOME BEAUTIFUL. Now French' design for a flro screen In silk embroidery on a panel of satin.

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DRESS IN PINAFORE STLYE FOR A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 January 1909

DRESS IN PINAFORE STLYE FOR ' A GIRL. | Tho skirt Is made with stripes of plain and checkcd zephyr with blouse of tucked muslin witfc bands orguipure. It is an effective French method of makings an inexpensive washing frock.

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THE LADIES. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 January 1909

; THE LADIES. HOMELY FARE. Apple 'Pancakes.-Required: Ono egg, half a pint of milk, quarter of a pound of flour, ono pound of apples, tho juica of half a lemon, castor sugar, a little powdered -cinnamon, a pinch of salt. Mix tho flour and tho salt; make o hole in-the centre, and break in the egg; add two tablespoonfuls of milk, and stir these In smoothly with a wooden spoon. When this Is of th'o consistency of thick cream, add more milk until all tho flour is mixed with about half tho milk. Beat the batter well for Ave minutes;. then add the rest of the milk, and 'Jet tho bat-' ter stand from one to. two hours. Melt about three ounces of lard In. .a small saucepan, pour enough of. it to make a thin film of fat in a small frying-pan. When a bluish smoke rises from .the fat, pour in enough batter to thinly coat tho pan; cook it over the fire-until It is set, and tho under side is a dellcato brown. Then toss it, or turn It over, and cook tho other side aluo. Slip it on to a piece of su...

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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 January 1909

MNDS FOR SETTLEMENT. .THE following Crown Landa havo boon gazetted AS availablo for Settlement on the dates given below-: CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE: BELLINGEN LAND DISTRICT, 211? acres j in 1 block, pariah Vautm, county Raleigh ; ! - Distant 1G miles from Bttljingcn ;** euitablo fdrrdairying and cultivation ;. annual rent I fop first term £9 Is. 4d. .Available 11th 'February, 1009. (C.P.L. Area No. 146.) 1 BGtiBINGEN LAND DISTRICT, 150acres . in ono block, being portion 175, jjarlali . MoOnee, county Fitzroy ; distant 9 miles from'ColFs Ffarbour *hnd 2 miles from .. Coramba; suitable for dairying and culti vation ; annual rent for first term £11 5s. Avajliablo 14th January, 1909. (C.P.L. Area No. 142.) COONAMRLE LAND DISTRICT, 7,413} acres in 9 blocks,in areas ranging from 630 : to-1,180 acres, parishes Breulong and'. 13iralljiing, county Gowen ; distant 8 to 15 miles from Gilgandra ; suitable for sheep brcediugaiul agriculture ; annual rents for first term from £9 17s. 4d. to £17 ...

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COLOUR BLINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 January 1909

COLOUR BLINDNESS. While the number or. colour blind ' persons is not very iargo, only about 1 live in every hundred suffering from ' any defect in'this respect/ and most of thorn being alfected only in a ; minor degree, yet the phenomenon assumes very remarkable phases. Ono sxjucialist has said that ho had found two persons .who possessed j monochromatic vision; - that is to I say, all colour appeared to them to bo simply different shades of grey. I If ono will look at a. photograph of I a landscape, or better, of a garden ' filled with brilliaut 'iloworg, ho will bo' ablo to form an idea of tho. appear ance which nature must present to tho person who suffers from this . affliction. I Tho colour blind do extraordinary I things at - times. For instanco, an officer of ^tho navy wont ono day to ' puichaso material for a coat, vest, and trousers. Ho bought instead a blue coat and red trousers, believing tliem to bo of tho samo colour. A British admiral painted a land- : scapo, a work of...

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A PLUCKY WOMAN. STRIKES AT THE DRINK TRADE. SUES A BREWERY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 January 1909

A PLTJCKY WOMAN. STRIKES AT THE DRINK TRADE. SUES A BREWERY. "When Mrs Bessie Ostrowskl (writes the "Chicago Inter-Ocean1') determined to go. on the warpath against the drink evil, she refused to be satisfied-with an 'attack upon a single dram shop. " Because John Abromowlcz, who con ducts a saloon at Eighty Fourth street, and Mackina w Avenue, sold liquor to l:er husband, with the result that'he failed to provide for his wife and children, Mrs Ostrowskl filed a suit In the Circuit court to collect damages, but suit against Abromowlcz's saloon was not enough Nto pay for all she liad endured while lier husband was under the influ ence of drink. So she hunted up ' tho brewery that sold Abromowlcz his beer, and brought Buit against .tho brewing company, tool Suits' filed by her attorneys yesterday aggregated 20,000 dollars damage claims against the' saloon mentioned and against the Peter Hand Brewing com pany. "The saloon men had no business sel ling liquor to my husband. They know tha...

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POINTS FOR PIANISTS. Emphasised by Josef Hofman. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 January 1909

POINTS FOR PIANISTS. Emphasised by Josef Hofcmarw A number of points of interest to piano students have boon brought. out .i).v Mr, 'Josef llofmaii,tho noted e$ . pert, in answer to inquiries. . - / When first looking over a how composition, lie says, both hands should bo employed, if possiblo, for. this is necessary ;tb obtain, approxi mately, at least, a mental pieturo of it. If the player's echinquo - is--too insu/fiejeut. for this the deciphering must, of course, be done for each hand separately. For training tho fourth -and fifth - Angers of tho left hand lie recom mends slow trill with various touches, V'iUi highly-lifted finger's producing strength through their fall and with a lesser lift of tho fingers combined with pressure touch, watching closely that.tho littlo finger .strikes with tho tip and not wih tho side. Rhythmic Ovonness should also bo punctiliously observed. It is necessary for tho would-bo pianist to study harmony and coun tor point, becauso to gain a musica^ i...

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