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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER LIV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

.A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER' LIV-Continued. I iiio Governor roturned onco moro to his residenco, whoro tho prisoners, who had been released fronv prison by his di rections, had already arrived. IIo en tered tho cabinet in which thoy woro as sembled with a countenance as unruffled as though nothing unusual had occurrcd; on the contrary, there was a complacent smuo upon his lips. Tho human tiger had had its feast of blood. '/Madame," ho said, bowing to tho lnncoss, " I am happy to inform you that justico has been dono upon tho as sassin of your son, Tho villain has just expired beneath the knout." Deeply though her heart had been lac orated by.tho loss of her eldest born, tho hoioio woman shuddered at his words. Sho.could not but pity such a death ; her own sufferings had taught her mercy. Fven Julian, who had so many causes to detest the memory of the Jew, regretted that his vengeance had not been more effectual. Ills generous spirit revolted at tho torments his enemy must havo en...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Her Birthday Present. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

Her Birthday Present. Littlo Miss Hamlin is a grateful soul, and her ."naiiy relations /iiid it a xileasuro to do hor kindnesses and present hor with appropriate gifts. "You certainly wore well remem bered on your birthday," said n. friend. ""What did your uncles, Doc tor Grantham, givo you?" "Ho hasn't given it to mo yet," said littlo Miss Hamlin, "but next mouth, when ho isn't quite so busy, ho's going to givo mo my appejadicitis operation. Isn't that good of him?" Miss Skromor: "Papa says if I givo up my singing lessons lio'Jl givo mo a pair of diamond earrings." JUiss ?Sharpo: "You'vo liover worn earrings, havo you?" Miss Skromor: "No, I'll havo to liavo my oara picrccd." Miss Sharpo: "Oh, I sco his idea. IIo wants to pay you baek in your own' . coin." .

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

Shire Council. The ordinary nionthly meeting of the Berrigan Council was held on Monday last when the following were present:-Crs. Gorman, (pre sident), Pyle, Reynoldson, Hoyle, Murphy, Quirk, Heffernan, ftlac pherson and Vagg. Correspondence from: H. P. Whitty, drawing attention to the fact that his retainer as solici tor to the shire had expired and wishing to know if the Council de sired to renew same ; also intimating that he was not prepared to accept a retainer and act for the council un less on the understanding that he was instructed in all cases where liti gation becomes necessary, otherwise he felt he was placed in a very in vidious and uufair position. By Crs. Hoyle & Quirk that letter be held over till next meeting. Mrs Aitken, stating that ,63 had lieen paid to the Shire Clerk 011 her behalf in March last for sanitary fees. By Crs. Vagg & Quirk, that credit be given to Mrs Aitken. L,a\v Book Co., advisiug that a pocket book of "procedure" had been sent t...

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THE DENTAL PROFESSION. HOW IT IS CENTRALISING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

THE DENTAL I'KOI''ESSJON. 110W IT IS CKNTKALlSlNOv From the number of * grants ad mitted .to the profession every year, it is becoming painfully apparent that that brunch of our social life unbecom ing ovormanned-1'rufussor Stewart to tin* contrary eg Withstanding.' liut i amongst all the professions none is so hopelessly overdone as that of tho iJontal culling in this lino, ;as with that of tho mcdical and legal prolos sions, tho business doing is centralis ing ou a few of tho best irnoivn and. trusted personages and firms at least. This is certainly tho case in the metro polis, wlnro amongst over half a inil ! lion people, tho chief bulk of tho: busi . ncss doing is, divided amO.agst as uiany j registered men. as one could count on . their hands and toes, in regard to | this limited number, however, it ls.in ! terosting to note that tho best coniiec I lions aro held-, by men who learned I their profession Hind mst practised it ' in tho rural centres of tho State. Take for instance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

W6e leverage N tfjat benefits. H^JOT simply a thirst quencher, not merely a stimulant, but just the purest, most inspiriting, and most health-infusing sjijrit that has ever been produced. Interest Awakened.-Interest, uwukcnetl ovcrj wlicrc in tho marvellous cures of out*, l»urim mul wounds with I)r Sbclilon'rf Mumictio Liniment.. I'rice la 0(1 nnd !Js. Obtainable ut, li- Jensou & Co., Toc mmvnt & Finloy. Atl united iu Haying that, fop all atoraacH L, Jons-'U & Co'n., Tocuui v.il ,V t'inloj. Bad Results of Tram Accident, The Case ol Mrs# Mackic. Nothing but good CAD result in giv ing to tho public eomo liiut as to^tho various incidents in which Mrs. Kato Mackic, of No. 2 Stanley-street, Wuol loomooloo, onco played a prominent part. In begiunig her story, Mrsr* Maekie said: "Tho upa and downs of life .experi enced by ino slnco arriving from Kil kenny, fifty years ago, would ruako in teresting rending, and 1 must any that, taken altogether, I havo a groat deal t...

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HOW TO BE HAPPY. Needs Study Llko any Other Art. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

HOW TO BE HAPPY. Needs Study Llko any Other Art. , Is it possiblo to cultivate happi ness? Cortaiuly, replies a modern writer, it can bo cultivated liko any . aft or scionco. Youth possesses a cot tain' buoyancy and oxhilaration which ] passes for lmppinoss until tho real disposition of tho individual asserts it* I self with tho passing of timo.' I Good lioalth and strong vitality aro undoubtedly groat aula 16 lfdppusofis, yet that they, wealth and honours added, do not produco that much de sired stato of mind, wo havo but to look about to observe. Somo of tho greatest mon in his tory nover discovered theinselvos un til somo great misfrtuno ovortook tlicm and they wero driven to invent a way out of thoir dilemma. Responsibility is a great power de veloper, Where thero is responsibility Ihcro is growth. People who arc ncvor thrust into responsiblo positions novor dovelop their real strength. They go through lifo comparative woaklings becauso thoir powers havo nover boon tostcd or dev...

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WIT & HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

WIT & HUMOR. Mr Mildew (tho undertaker) : AJi, It gives mo n hawful turn, 'Encry, whon 1 wont luto tho barn tin' saw poor Swllks hanging tboro. I turned and rnn lor tho police like llghtula. Honry But -didn't you cut him down first? Mr M. :,Courso I didn't. Henry : Why nott Mr M. : Cos ho warn't dead. "My time," saye Mr Duslin Stox,f"is very valuable." "That's what- makss me doubt tho benefit of vast wealth," replied tho easy going acqualntarico. "It's bad enough to bo bothored by tho wnstlng of a fow pounds, without being worried Into Illness every tlmo you lose fivo minutes." "IIow's your son. Undo Mose?" "He's doln' right well,, sah. You'd bo surprised to bco him, sah." "I supposo he's got over oil his ehtldisli tricks. Probably ho'd considor robbing on orchard pretty small business, now?1'" "Yes, indeod, ho would, sah. lie wouldn't rob nuflln smaller den a bauk now. .ah," "These are some verses I wrote," said the In nocent young man, laying the paper on <ho ed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

xso* Tistp&m, (Under New Management.) 6 E ® S! 0- E D'ALT 0 i esses to advise bis friends and the Travelling Public that he has taken 4gBKsesskjn of the above well known Hotel, which has always enjoyed ffiSie reputation of being tlie Commercial House in Finley, also one Lest conducted in tlie district, and he trusts by strict attention to "^msiness to merit the continued patronage which has always been ?ffisorded the . l!Klw£g&!^3sBJL JEItci^^IL® Ail Wines, Ales, Spirits and Cigars arc the finest procurable. Scorny Stables. Attentive Groom Coaches for Jeri5derie, Tccnmwal, '4BnS Bemliqutu call each day." GEORGE BARTON, Proprieto?. THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL. FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. ?^*3313 best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Cab meets all.trains. "'Coaches leave here for Finley, Belrrigan, Barooga, Corova & Jer2derie - TSattocsatt% *^otat - TOSUBIWA L" ©nlj- First Class Brands of Wines and Spirits stocked. Cleanli...

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A GOOD CUSTOMER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

GOOD CUSTOMER. John D. Rockfcller advised a re porter to bo *carclul and cautious in all . business matters: "Look about you," bo said. "See -.that- you gob your money's worth, if you don't "John Sullivan, of CloveUnd, was proud of his reputation ior generosity. Everybody sought his patronage tailors, grocers, tobacconists, and so lorth-and tins delighted John. "Bub ono day at his tailor's ho over hoard soinothing tha gavo him food ior thought, lio iiad been trying on somo golf trousers, and was still in tho dressiug-rooiu, hub tho tailor thought him gono. 41 'What shall I charge Mr, Sullivan for these golf trousersi" John heard tho clcrk ask. 'Eight dollars a pair, tho same as cur other patrons ?' il 'Sullivan/ said tho tailor, in a tone at onco thoughtful and enthu siastic, 'is a good customer. He al ways pays up promptly. ilo never iiaggleB. Charge him twelve 'dol lars.'

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THE PRESIDENT AND THE MASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

THE PRESIDENT AND THE MASSES. "The President is stronger with the masses than with tho leaders of the..1 Republican party, whom he has whip ped Into unwilling: activity. . Although he acquiesces, as a practical politician, in the Republican platform, It omits many of his recommendations. It passes by his argument for the Income and Inheritance taxes, His visionary Ideas about curbing" the growth of ?swollen fortunes' are rejected by tho Republican leaders, who .are avcrso from experiments In legislation. At tho same time, his record and his policy will be an important asset In the pre sent campaign. The Republican plat form looks to the conservative Kast: -the coerced enthusiasm over t.to President Is intended to bold the rqfllcaf West/'

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EXISTING ON NINEPENCE A WEEK. PATHETIC SCENE IN CORONER'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

EXISTING ON NINEPENCE A WEEK. PATHETIC SCENIS IN CORONER'S COURT. A pathetic scene was witnessed at the St. Luke's Coronet's Court yesterday (October 9), when the Coroner for North East London, promised nil old man of ;82 that he would do Ms best to make the Inst dnys of his life ns blight as he possibly could. A few dnys ngo nn in quest was held at the Shoredltch Coro ner's Court on a woman named Upton, who lived at 70, Bastwiek street, St. Luke's, and it was stated thai I he worked hard at the washtul) for years, but her strength failed, and tlieu siie took to selling.matches and laces in the street. At this she earned 3s a week. The old couple had paid Is Gd for rent, and existed on 9d each per week, the* result being that the woman died of starvation. The public, reading of tlie distressing case, sent money to help the poor widower, and the Coroner sum moned the old man before him yester day, and when he tottered Into court asked If he liad received the letter he sent him contai...

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ARSENITES AND FRUIT TREES. EXCESSIVE SPRAYING. A SOURCE OF DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

ARSENITES AND FRUIT TUBES. EXCESSIVE SPRAYING. A SOURCE OP DANGER. The question whether arsenltes, .when used as sprays on fruit trees, 'are a source of danger, has been raised in America. . Recently fruit ' trees were ' found dying on the western slope of the Arkansas Valley, and appeal was mTTde to the experimental station for aid. In vestigation led to the belief that the ex cessive use of arsenical poisoning was . the cause of the trouble. The use of arsenltes in proper quanti ties has been shown to be perfectly safe and absolutely essential In the control of Insect pests, fungus diseases, and bac terial troubles. The careful orchardlst Is not likely to meet with any trouble from this source. It Is necessary, however, that the .in sults of recent experiments, in California should be understood. In orchards where the spraying has been excessive, it is possible that the accumulation of arsenic in the soil might in time result in injury to the trees. Inquiry Into the matter was rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

orse IiUisc Cul 'resses, etc. s Oil Engines, _ Binders and Mowers. I,aval Separators, Portable Steel Framed Silos. Agents for John Darling & Son. H®&Sat BOUGHT IN ANY QUANTITY Bags Sold. ~ GUTHRIE BROS., SCobram (Vic) and Fiuldy- (N.S.W. roackcszk BroflKrs Stock Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneers, etc. SEN1L1QUIN & JERILDERIE. ."Stock lyists on application. t Sales f:onduc ifedinany part of the Districts:-Fia 3sy, Berrigan, Jerilderie, Tocuinwat SStoama, Mathoura, Barhaia, Monla aneiUj and Denilitjuir,. (H. 1,1,0 YD, Auctioneer.) OAfyiPBELL & GO., AUCTIONEERS IHUMUKKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held atNnm nikah, Katamatite, Stratbmerton, and Tocumwal. Horse sales held at Numurkah ^Monthly. I Clearing Sales conducted. Xoans negotiated. Trucks ordered and consigned to fany Melbourne Firm free of charge. ^Correspondence invited. CAMPBEU,JE& CO., Stock and Station Agents. «. THORBURN & CO , AUCTIONEERS. Slock, Stat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

YOU'LL PAY MY PRICES SIMMY. ' BY JOVE I 'LISTEN TO . .v ?';' --->' ? It just struck me you haven't yet. inspected, my: v . . IMPROVED IDEAL CUI^IVATi)Rl You ought to==it's different to ,,« all other.Cu1tlvatb'r&;.'-, .> ' *' .; , - You'll< be :so -delighted'' when you . see- ft-v-:^v:* that you won't rest till you've hitched your horses into one. IT'S STEERING GEAR IS PERFECT-HAS NO SIDE DHA1T-IS AI.I. STEKI. -. Let me send you one on trial-its no trouble. I ALWAYS GO OffiBETORTHANTHtNEXT CHAP.e Just as I make the best Cultivators, I bxildUie bast WAG ao'M S, BUGGIE ''&} S tf L; K I E S,, ETC. You see it's like this, besides ; ; putting the Best workmanship into . their construction, my Timber is stocked - and seasoned from 3 to 5 years before using. - . That's why they last longer and give better service than other makes. .. . I've always a large stock of second hand > " Buggies and Sulkies on hand for sale cheap. ' . , ' : . - ; \ WON'T YOU GIVE...

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The Rev D. D. Hunter. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

The Rev D. D. Hunter. Ill the local Methodist Church on Sunday next the Rev D. D. Hun ter of Deniliquiu will conduct the morning aud evening services, and we regret to state that it will be the last opportunity the residents of Toc umwal will have of hearing this pop ular and energetic preacher, as his term of three years in this^circuit _n1ose.s_at_the coming^ConfejeniJe aud he has been invite'd "to "succeed t'tie Rev A. J. Harding at Cowra.- Tlie subject for the morning service will be "Try the other side," and in the evening "What the future holds." With the departure of the Rev Hunter an era of Tocumwal eccles iastical life closes. For more than a score of years, the Methodist min ister stationed at Deniliquiu has vis ited Tocumwal, and with the ex ception of the ministers of the Angli can church, other ministers have come aud gone, but during the whole of these years the Deniliquin minister has travelled 43 miles to attend to the spiritual needs of the town. Just previous to th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, JAN. 8th, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, JAN. 8th, 1909. A preliminary notice appears in this , issue of a clearing sale to be held on 28th inst., on account of Mr W. Kirkland of Finley. Full particulars later. PARCELS.-Parcels were at the local station this morning for-M. Harris, H. Thomas and S. Sedenck. Goods-T. Boyle, Harris, Steele, Dalton, J. Mills and Finnerty. Mr E. Wood, hon. sec. of the Finley V.B.F. Brigade desires to ac knowledge receipt of a pound to the funds from Mr C. M. Atkinson. The usual monthly meeting of the Finley School of Arts Com mittee will be held on Tuesday even ing next at the Secretary's office. Master Leslie Canning of Finley, fell off a Furphy water cart on Mon day whilst carting water. The wheel passed over the foot, causing a severe sprain to the aukle. STOCK CROSSINGS.-During De cember the following stock crossed into Victoria at Tocumwal. Horses S, sheep 13,311, pigs 24. For the same period fifty head of cattle and 728 ...

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Money or Kind. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

Money or Kind. Whon tho surgeon who happened to bo spending a night fit a country inn had set the broken leg of tlio wcather-boalen stranger who was chief victim of a motor accident, tlio patient looked up at him anxiously. "Seo hero, doc.," ho srtid in a husky voico, "I haven't pot much of any money; would you take out your foo in trado?" 1 ''Yes, I think .so," said tho sur geon, cheerfully. "What is your trado "Well, I've got a number of things I can do soon as I'm on my feet again," said the patient. "I can hang window blinds, or I can put on light ning-rods, or I can play tho cornot; and I do 'em all first-rate, if I'm tho one to say it, doc."

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DAIRY SCIENCE SCHOOL AT BERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

^DAIRY SCIENCE SCHOOL AT BERRY. A UAIUY science school was field under tHb superintendence of Mr. M. A. O'Uallughan, the Departmental Dairy Expert, at the Horry Butter Factory early In August. Daily "lectures were given by the Departmental exports, aud Instruction iu cream-grading, butter niaklug, cream nud milk testing, deter mination of water in butter, detection of preservatives in dairy prodmns, and tiie elements of dairy bacteriology. Tlic course was well attended by fac tory managers, and at its conclusion an examination was lield in the subjects upon which instruction had been given. Departmental certlilcntes have now been issued to the following, several of whom passed in two or more of the subjects: JI. A. Hill, J. Miller, L. Crawford, II. 'l'yer, LI. lsluekwood, 10. Aklham, Jas. Tapper, E. U. Ktoeckcrt, J. K O'Neill, H. Harlow, It. 11. Swunneli, W. B. Uos kin, Win. J. Baruett, O. L. Uosling, E. U. Vuughun, A. It. lluggridgo (Atjrioul tural Uuzullc).

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Not the Notoriety He Expected. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

Not the Notoriety Ho Expeotod. An American author of'somo note was passing a summer m Now Hamp shire. Ono day ho rcccivcd word'that a distinguished Englishman was visit ing in the country town and would like to call upon tho author, of whom, ho added in his note requesting an audionce, ho had heard. Somewhat flattered, tho author won-. dered. to himself who had spoken to tho distinguished Englishman about him. "Some Oxford dignitary, doubtless," ho reflected, pleasantly, "or possibly somo London publisher or critic," and ho awaited the stranger's arrival with interest. "So you had heard of me," ho ven tured, after the usual greetings had been spoken. ""Well that is odd. Might I ask who " but tho visitor interrupted him; "Oh, yes," he said, "I heard all about you before I got bore. The por ter on tho Pullman told mo that you wero tho very man to como to ask about tho best routo'to Niagara, and what hotel I'd better stay at."

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AT MOUNT KOSCIUSKO. New Accommodation for Tourists. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 January 1909

MOUNT KOSCIUSKO. New Accommodation for Tourists. A KOSCIUSKO LAKE. TENDERS are now being invited by tlio I iinni:;rat!o)i and Tourist Bureau lor the lease or the new" hotel recently con structed on the'slopes' of Mount Kos ciusko,, at aiL elevation of something like 0,000 feet, for the accommodation of tourists, both in winter and summer. It Is only comparatively recently, since the Intelligence ' Department wis founded, by the late Premier, Sir Joseph Carruthers, that Mount Kosci usko has come into prominence as a tourist resort; but in the Inst two or three years wonderful strides . have been made in the popularity of this exceedingly beautiful and extraordin arily interesting section of the State. Not alone is Kosciusko interesting to the sportsman by reason of the magni ficent trout streams which are to be fouud at frequent Intervals among the picturesque valleys that intersect the valleys of the Great Dividing Itange, lind to the liealth-seeker 011 account of the incomparable p...

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