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She Said It All. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

s:io Said It All. Jouny's "unclc, / who was a school teacher, met hereon the street one j beautiful May day and asked; her if uha was going to tho Maypole; dance. "No,. I ain't going." - "Oh, 1113' littfu dear," ^sajd.'. her undo, 'you - must not. say ^1. ain't going.' You must say 'I; am - not going,' " and he proceeded to givo her a litilo lesson' in grammar. "You aro not going. He is not going. ' They are not going. Now, can you say all that, J.onnie?" "Sure, I can," she replied, making a courtesy. "There ain't nobody going."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Finley Police Court. (Before Messrs W. Blair, C. M'Al.. lister and W. Kirkland, J's.P. WEDNESDAY, 13th DECEMBER, 09. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

Finley Police Court. (Before Messrs W. Blair, C. M'AL . . lister and W. Kiiklaud, J's.IV .. WEDNKSDAY, 13tli DECIJMDKR, '09. Inspector Boyd under instructions from the Shire Council proceeded against Messrs A. M'Kinnon, W. Blair jr. Jas. Hall, A. Jones, J. Quinn, D. Couter, C. M'Allister and W. Burns. The charges »verc withdrawn against the two latter, and the others were fined 2s 6d and 8s costs, but the Bench warned the offenders that future cases would not receive sucli lenient treatment. J. Malone was charged with slaughtering horned cattle without first notifying the inspector of his intention to do so. E. Boyd on oath said that on the 17th December of last year defen dant killed a cow, of which no no tice had been received by him. He saw it before it was killed, and knew that it was subsequently killed. W. Blair asked for his authority to prosecute, but the defendant waived the point. In answer to the Bench the pro secutor said he saw it slaughtered ; it wasunbranded, and quit...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Bump of Unbelief [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

Bump of Unbelief^ Ono morning a small boy. of -four bumped his head on tho edgo' of a table, inflicting a abarp bruise." First ho laughed and then ho cried. His mother asked hiin why ho laughed if his head was painful. "Because," replied Willio, "Tommy , Jones, who is a Christian . Scientist, I said that if you laughed when you ^ot hurt it would not hurt any more." "And did you believe that?" asked his mother "Yes, I did, but l'vo found out that he is a liar."

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Hic et ubique. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

Hie et ubique. Park trustees meet on "Wednesday next; Cemetery trustees on Monday. Portion of the homestead of Mr James Sloane of Mulwala was des troyed by fire last week. Damage is estimate) at ^200, It is estimated that the quantity of wheat which will be stacked at Minyip (Vic.) this season, will be 250,000 bags, which will constitute a record for that part of the Witnm era Officers of the Fiuley rifle club are particularly anxious that mem bers will make a start with their mnsketry course, as [it is an ad vantage to the club which receives 5s for each member who completes the course. Mr W. Pennefather has severed his connection with Tocuimval, he left for Melbourne 011 Tuesday last Mr F. H. Ross was made the re cipient of a pair of gold sleeve links by the Cobram football club. He rendered valuable assistance to the club as a champion for its rights. Parcels were at the local railway station this morning for Messrs Fir man, Campbell & Co., Herberte & Miss Blows. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

Try one ot our Wonderful Sale Bargain Parcels ThoO.P. Family Dress Pnrccl, 25/ L-'till dress length of l,t. Gro nd Print, another ot Dark Cambric Print, another full dress length of Pretty, fashionable Washing "Voil. ,te." a s irt length of Good Voile or Cash ere, another of new Crash Linen. A Blou>e length of nice Whit* Muslin, anothor of Pretty Coloured Muslin, a--.U yet anoth iJJou'.e Piece ., with'hulf a dozen "White Calico for lining. Lacc and Buttons for trimming, hooks, cotton, Ac. The whole lot for liOs. No yralit in it for us. after paying carriage, but this great burgiia advertises our general eheapnes .. Our C.P. Boss Parcel, 25/-.-No joke about this! Good articles, too! A Full Suit of Clothes, Dark Tweed, any size ; a Soft Shirt, with collar and poekct; a Dr. Jim Felt Hat; assortment of Collars. Sox. Ties. Handker chiefs The whole bag of tricks for 25/-, | carriage free. Try your luck. There's'JO other Great Bargain Parcels in r Spccial List. Write for one. Secretarie...

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No License. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

No License. (To the Editor) Sir, Allow me to correct some figures which I quoted some time ago in round numbers estimated on results, then to band. The final figures for No License in N.Z. were 223,466, an increase of 24,698 over those of last poll, (a few thousand UNDER what I quoted before) and for continuance 189,241, an increase 01 6307 over those of last po'l, (a few thousand OVUR what I quoted) The reference to "over thirty thous and," should have been to the majority of No License votes over those for continuance, (about thirty four thousand). These I believe filial figures. Yours &c., R. C. OAKLEY, Exixfrnco wny be buhuhoJ up thus * Un till tbifty-Hyc, After thirty-liver.-And thou-jnsb living-R. Hichcns. Life need not bo tnlsorabl® uftflr'you nre tliirty years old. If your liTer i3 eltig* giali and refuses to jvorfom its functions, takoa few iloses of Chnraherliiin's Tnblcts nud yon will, livp auow. Vor sale by L, Jciiseu & Co, xocurnvrnl & , Vluleif....

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She Hadn't Been Trained. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

She Hadn't Been Trained When Josephine was six yearssohj, ' sho was taken for the first time to eoo a-trained animal show, .and came ; homo much j)leased -with the perforin- j ancc. As sho. was at times * slow to ! obey, mamma thought this a [ timo to teach a lesson, so she said "Don't you think, Josephine, if dogs and ponies and monkeys can learn to obey so well", that a littlo {jirl like you, who knows much inoro than tho - animals, should- obey even moro quickly?" "Of course- I would, mamma," carao the instant reply, "if 1 had only been as well trained as they lftivo.n

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Johnson and his Church. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

.Johnson and: his Church. Johnson viewed by a press representative in -Sydney got the following off his ? chest:-"Since I beat Burns, the .people of New South Wales have I suddenly taken a great dislike to me. Though he got a great wallop ing Burns is more popular here ' than I am, and all because he does what you Australians call the 'peni tent stnoodge.' However, I never ?expected to find sympathy here, as ray color is against me. When dis tressed by criticism of this sort I dimply turn up oue or two of my rfavorite books, Butiyan's 'Pilgrim's Progress,' or Milton's. 'Paradise Lost'-and there I find plenty con : solation to soothe away any irrita tion. "You may be surprised that I should turn to literary work when' "annoyed instead of seeking sym pathy from the Church to which I ^belong. Of course, you know I am a Methodist, and our Church is re garded as second to none anywhere in America-or in the world. It is the world's champion's Church. When I arrived here in Sydney first . ...

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She Felt for Him. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

Sho Felt for " Him. ' Tho trust and dcpendenco which characterised tho Itov. Mr. Brown's attitude toward his wife's judgment in all practical affairs wero sometimes touching, but occasionally they w ro* amusing. "I'm sorry you'vo been troubled with tho toothachc," said the family dentist, when Mr. Brown appeared in his consulting room one day. "I gave you tho first minute 1 had frco after receiving your wifo's telephone mess age. Let's see, which tooth is it that's troubling youP" "M-m, it's not aching just at pre sent," said Mr. Brown, after a mo ment's hesitation, during which he mad© a cautious investigation with 1»B tongue. 1 'Didn't Mrs. Brown mention to you which tooth it was?' I always rely on her in such matters.'! .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

Stimulant. I |T imparls lasting exhilaration, and nee<5 only be taken in small quantities night and morning. TO cure mrtitfestion ami Btoinacli tronblca ifc i» ttoccseary to fjiltcj after inealrt some harmlcHK pre paration which will supply the natural tli/jostivo JliTitirt which every \vc:ilc btoiiuich lacks. Ami tha bost|j>rcparatum of thin character ia Dr Sheldon's Di^c.stivc Tubules, which contaiu all the natural (ligestimftf which natuvo requires for prompt diges tl'iu. One or two taken after mcnlrt will prevent HOtirin;.*, fonneiitaHon, and aciilit.y, ami crtMnro com plete liiKcution ami assimilation. Obtainable at J*, .fenscafc co,, Tocumwal &Finley# Digestive Organs Disarranged. SLEEPLESSNESS. Mr, James Bell, bootraakor, of 16 Far ramatta-road, Petersham, is not ono of the fortunate ones who escaped the inva sion of influenza, which was experienced in this country ft few yearn ngo. Speak ing on. the subject to our reporter, Mr. Bell said: "Influenza is ...

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CHAPTER LVI. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

CHAPTER LVI. By tho timo tho young men readied tho Cossack station in tho wood, tlio tempest had burst forth in .ill its fury. Tho dark, thick, rolling clouds which, like n sablo veil, covered tho fnco of tho heavens from timo .to time, woro rout asunder by tho dread artillery of Ileavon, which belched forth nil its terrors, whilo from tho higli cappod mountain overhanging tho cabin, vast masses of snow fell at irregular intor vals. . Theso masses had accumulated to such an oxtent upon tho roof of tho building ' and round Jhe door, that Jack Curlin had (luittcd the infiuenro shelter and mounted | ono of thogranito rocks to await tho ro . turn of his master, choosing rathor to ; oxposo himself to the cold aim rain than I run tho risk of being crushed and buried bonoath their fall. It was a scene of mingled horror and sublimjty: thu threateninc avalanche Jning, ns it.woro, suspended by a singlo thread. At each fresh peal of thunder it might descend, or, as Julian observed, remain in i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

aTKjMTMS.; SParm Lar jgjj 5. Pjt»pCrty Salemen, : <£omniii {.ion iiiad Manuiacinres'' Agents. Aft^NTSFOR Nfclio ison k Morrow's Uriioa Har £is4UtoionDisc Ploughs Hocse T fov]c3. Combination Disc Ctil ttvalor, Wool Piesses, etc. /rnsby & Son's Oil Iviguies, * Binders and Mowers. . « Bin. t,aval Separators, Portable SieeJ Ifra;ned S3os. Agentsfor Join iterfrng Si Son. .'^SfABAT BouGirr IK JSSV OUAXUITY ! Bags Soli. GUTHRIE EROS., '?^Cobram (Vic); sua]: Finl'dy (N.S.W. iBactenzk Broflws Stock Station and Financial ? Agents ami Auclwaccis, c!c~ HENIl g^sm & JSRiLDERlE. Sloe' k on application, de/ iiEjg'. and Special Sales contluc Sedi ijsayjjaito£t2v;Districts:-Fin tcj- fsutxsiojrcs,.^ .T,'«cy.nuv;il S3' ctiSEa"EIatl:oura, Barliam, Moula SE jrrr, and' DeniTiquir; _ afHLLLOYD, Ancttonecr.) .CAMPBELL 4 IIOL, AUCTIONEERS silUJii UJJBIAH (Vic), and ^OCUmWAL-. Kegular Stock Sales aeld afcKuin aukaSi, Katamatite, Strathmerton, .asuti Tocwmval. Horse sales lield at K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

BY JOVE! LISTEN TO THIS- i It just struck me you haven't yet IMPROVED IDEAL CULTIVATOR! You ought to-=it's different to all other Cultivators. You'll be so delighted when yau see it t that you won't rest till you've hifchetf your horses into one. IT'S steerixg GUAR IS PERFECT.'-HAS ' no SIDE DRAPT-IS A I, I, STEEI, -. Let me send you one on trial-its voou PSV EV PRICES SilllllJU, ; no trouble. j I ALWAYS GO ONEBETTERTHAM THE NEXT GHAP.l Just as I make the best Cultivators, | ' I bxild th^best | WAGGONS, BUGG I E Si SULKIES, ETC. \ p \ : You sec it's like this, besides \ 3 putting the Best workmanship into H their construction, my Timber is stocked jc and seasoned from 3 to 5 years before using. 3 That's why they last longer and give P better service than other makes. I I've always a large stock of second hand I Buggies and Sulkies on hand for sale I cheap. I WON'T YOU GIVE ME A LOOK UP? | , 5. T. CLOSE. I Carriage, Waggonandlrriplement Makers I FINLEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.I B^MMKgrdall ...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, JAN. 15th, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. . (Established -1897.) FRIDAY, JAN. 15th, 1909. Water TRUST.-A list of all per sons eutited to be eurollcd ^ ra[e. payers in the Tuppal Creek"Water Trust m;;y be inspected at the Toc umwal Court House up till and in cluding the 21st instant. FISHING.-Whilst engaged fish ing in the river Murray on Monday last near the railway bridge, a hum an skull was brought to the surface. It is said that it has been in the water for a considerable time. STOCIC SALIC.-Messrs Campbell and Co. will commence the 1909 local stock sales on Thursday next at F. Staples' yards when they will yard sheep, cattle and a good line of horses. Further entries invited. STOCK CROSSINGS.-During the past year the following stock entered Victoria from NY'S. Wales at Toc umwal:-horses 228, cattle 2139, sheep 76,060, pigs 84. From Vic toria into this State during the same period we received-horses }8i, cattle 2514, sheep 69,174. Pigs are not allowed to eater N. S. Wales. GRAIN B...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

DEATH. I HARTNBTT-On the 9th Jan uary 1909, at the Presentation Con vent Mt. Eriu Wagga Wagga, Sis ter M. Monica Hartnett beloved j daughter of Peter and Julia Hart nett of Darlingliurst Synney and sis- j ter of Mrs M. Clifford I'inley. R.I. P.

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BEEKEEPER. REMOVING SECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

BEEKEEPER. REMOVING SECTIONS. ' Those who find it necessary to remove the sections as they arc completed must use caro to avoid the capplngs being nerforated by the hoes. Not only is the face of <t.Q comb likely to crack IC roughly taken from tho section rack, but when the bees are smoked much', and frightened they at.once, at* tack the cells anil perforata them, thus spoiling the appearance of the section and making It Impossible to keep them for any length of time, as they would leak. Every care should be,. taken to avoid this. Instead of smoking tho colony, as is usual, at the entrance to subdue them prfor to operating, a fea ther slightly smeared with carbolic acid should Sedrawn around the outer edge of,, the crate after the latter has bSSn raised sufficiently to admit tho fea ther. When the bees "have cleared away from the edge the feather may bo passed, lightly over the edges of tho super until clear ©f bees. Too much carbolic acid would taint the honey. .A good pl...

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A SOLDIER OF FOURTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA CHAPTER Lv—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

-A TALE OF THE GBIMEA, CHAPTER Lv-Continued. 'Would it wero oast," murmured tho Princess to herself: "thoso renewed struggles between affection and inclina tion will destroy us both." Slio prayed Hint the hour might arrive, and Heaven hoard hor prayer. She had not long to wait. Tho vory next day tho clouds woro overcast as with a thick veil, and abwpst Egyptian darkness covered tho face of nature. Distant peals of thunder, follow ed by broad flashes of lightning, vivid as thoso which astonish tho traveller in a tropical climate, rent tho atmosphoro, proclaiming tho departuro of the winter. A little after mid-day, Charles Vavas sour, Julian, and Ilenri do la Tour ar rived at the cabin. IU mistress guessed their errand rightly-they canio to tnko thoir leavo. ''Good angels watch over .you!" said tho Princess;/'you leavo friends behind, who. howover they may regrot your loss, will pray for and rejoico in your cscapo friends who will regard your sojourn in this land of misery as 0110 of ...

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STRANGE MASQUERADE. A "FEMALE" PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

STRANGE MASQUERADE. - A "FEMALE" PRISONER. When "Clara Myer" arrived at Hollo way Gaol to undergo a month's impri sonment, it was discovered that °6heu was a man,. When "Clara" was charged at Thames 'Police Court on Saturday. (October 31) a constable said he had seen "this. woman'Vfora month past, and arrested her on account of her conduct. The pri soner described herself as a French subject. After tho evidence the prisoner burst into tears, and implored the magis trate to allow her to go. Having been - told of a previous conviction, however, tho magistrate passed sentence ot a month's Imprisonment On arrival at Holloway Gaol the sox. was discovered. - Before tho prisoner could be removed to Pentonville, a Homo Office order had to be procured, and on Monday the necessary transfer took place. Tho mysterious feature of the case Is that Myer's sex was not discovered at the previous arrdst. -"Lloyd's. Weekly.'1 It Is a -irfmnrltablo feature of tho Jjlljcrul 1 arty that It can never prop...

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SILOS AND SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

SILOS AND SILAGE. Tin: matter which appears to be engag ing the attention of niost of our far mers at present Is the conservation of fodder. In America 110 dairy farm is com ill etc witfiout tlie silage lilt or stack to provide l'oed lor the winter months, and the day may not be far distant when the Australian farmer will con sider It just as necessary to make pro vision for tiding lilni over periods of , drought. Hecognlsing the Importance I of the matter, the Department of Agri- ! culture has Issued a Farmers' Bulletin, | which is number six of the series. It deals very exhaustively with " Silos and Silage," containing chapters ex plaining the method of cutting the crop and tilling'the silos or pits. Detailed plans and working drawings arc given of the various sorts of silos, including that built by Mr. Throsby, of 'Moss Vale, from material obtained, in the bush. Instructions are given for the preparation of suitable crops for the making of silage, and'the proper stage of growth o...

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A WHISTLER STORY. ON BOARD A LINER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 15 January 1909

A WHISTLER STORY. ON BOARD A LINER. Nobody but English - on board-and nfter months of not seeing them, really, they were amazing; there they alt wore iff dinner, you know-the women In low gowns, -tho'men In dinner-jackets-they might look a trifle greon, they, might suddenly run when the ship rolled-but what matter-there they were-men In dinner-jackets, stewards behind their chairs, In dinner-jackets-and bo alt'a right with the country. - Ang, do you know-It made tho whole business clear to mo, down there In South Africa-at home, every English mah does his duty, appcarsin his din ner-jacket at the dinner-hour-and so what difference what tho Boers are do- " Ing? AH is well with England! You know, you might Just as well dress to rldeiln an omnlbus!-i i".Westmirstor rin. s«U«"

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