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Cemetery Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

Cemetery Trustees. The ordinary monthly meeting of the trustees of the local cemetery was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Monday afternoon last when the following were present :-t-Messrs Wilson, Simpson, Kidd, Meek, Kennedy, Hearn, Gourley,P. Quirk, Hulett and Crommelin. In the ab sence of the president, Mr Meek wa« voted to the chair, and the mo tion of Trs. Hearn find Quirk, the minutes of previous meeting were confirmed. A letter was received from tne I^aiuls Office, Wagga, stating that the application for a special grant was waiting the report of the staff surveyor. Trs. Kidd and Hearn moved that Mr Peters M.L. A. be written to on i the subject, and that he be requested ! to expedite the visit of the sur veyor. Cd. The acting chairman said he thought some effort should be made to raise funds. The treasurer stated that the money in hand amounted to £5 12s lid. The Chairman said if there was 110 further business the meeting would stand adjourned until the third Monday in Febru...

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SURGERY BY ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

SURGERY BY ELECTRICITY: Surgery "by electricity is what is al leged to be passible with a remarkable electric- knifp just devised ljy a Ber lin firm ? of medical instrument manu facturers. The 'knife, is now undergo-. ing exhaustive trials at the hands of Professor ;Bief,. the head of the Uni versity Surgical Clinic, with the view jf demonstrating its efficacy. It is declared that operations can be lerformed more quickly and that the Heating process is more rapid than in he cases where the ordinary scalpel 'ias been used. ' " To one end of a six or eight inch rlass rod, through the centre of which passes a conducting wire, is fastened the blade without a cutting edge, of a form similar to that dl the commonly used surgical^knives, or like the simple probe. A high frequency current is employed, and when this is turned on a noiseless spark half an inch long ap ?ears from the point of the knife or probe. The spark incises the soft tis sues with the same ease as a hot knife Toes th.ro.u...

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Cards for Drinks. EUCHRE NOT A GAME OF CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

Cards for Drinks. EUCHRE NOT A GAME CHANCE. Terriblo Fate.-It's aterriblo fato to Buffer from serious Luuf? Trouble. "Wartl.it oil with Dr Shel don's New Discovery, I'rico is Gfl »V3s. Obtuiuablc tttL. Jensen & co's.. Tocumwalau&Iiuloy, At the Goulburn police court on Monday, T. E. Campbell pleaded not guilty to suffering gaining to be carried on 011 his licensed pre mises, the Terminus Hotel, on De cember 21. It was alleged that he, with three others, was playing euchre for drinks. -The defence was that the games were purely friendly ones. Defendant was convicted and fined j£3 and costs. Sydney Cottington was charged with playing a game of chance (euchre) on the same occasion. He pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr A. M. Betts. After hearing the evidence of Senior-sergeant Mac Hardy, Mr Betts asked that the case be dismissed on two grounds that cards were not instruments of gaming in the meaning of section 4, suo-section 9, of the Police Offences Act. It was,...

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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

LANDS FOR-SETTLEMENT TUB- following Crown Lr"nd3 have boon gazetted as available for Settlement on the dates'gi veil below: CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE TAM WORTH LAND DISTRICT, 1,795 acres in 2 blocks of 972 and 823 acres, parish Moorawara, county Parry ; distant 18 miles from Gunnedah ; suitable for , crazing- and' agriculture. Annual rents tor first term £30 7s. Cd. and £30 17s. 4d. respectively.-. Availablo 25th February, « 1909. (C.P.L; arca'No. H7.)x ORIGINAL SETTLEMENT LEA E: COONAMBLE LAND DlSTKirT, within Quainbone Holding, jl,5G0acres iu 5 farms, in areas ranging'from 2,271 to 2,405 acre.", parishNingear,countyLeiohhardt; distant 22 to 25 miles from Coonatnble; suitable for grazing and agriculture (but distauco from railway ronders agriculturo doubtful). Annual rents for first term from £45 Is. lOd. to £50 15s. Available 25th Februaiy, 1009. (S.L. Area No. 928.) SPECIAL AREA ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE ONLY TENTERFIELD LAND DfSTRICT, 32 acres 1 rood. 16 perches, in 1 block...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

S&everage tdat benefits. ijOT simply a thirst quencher, not merely a stimulant, but just the purest, most inspiriting, and moat health-infusing spirit that has sver heeo produce^ intention which will supply tho natural digoaun. iluidfl which evory weak stomach .JnefcH. An<l tho licet preparation of this character iff Dr Sholdou'o Digcativo Tabuloa, which contain all £ho natural I digestuntn which naturo renuircH for prompt dlgca- j fcion. One or two taken after tnealH will pi'erent j Hourine, fomentation, and acidity, and ensuro com Sloto (liKOstiou and assimilation. Ohtainahlo at L. tinMona co,, Tocumwal A-Fluloy, DEBILITATION, NERVOUSNESS. How Health was Restored. "When I Grat made the acquaintance of Cleuumts Tonic, some twelve years since, I was living In Croydon," said Mrs. Edith Browne, of <53 Mount Vcr uon-strect, Forest Lodge, "and my memory is so clear concerning tho de tails of my illness (hat it scums only yesterday that I throw all my infirm...

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SAND FOR DYSPEPTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

SAND FOR DYSPEPTICS. Clayton King-, a rjiiddle-aged carpen ter, of Long: Island, is securing enor mous attention in America, because he claims to have proved that a simple diet of sand will Cure almost every hu man ill, and more particularly indiges tion. Dyspeptics have pilgrimaged to King's home, and in their presence the carpentcr explained "how to eat sand three times a aay and feel grand." Yellow sand, according to King, has the best.curative" properties, but you should pick out "shells, and do not eat too much at once. "Take it on a spoon at first," he says. "There is time enough to use a shovel when you get accustomed to it." On the other hand, John Williams has been trying to persuade the American people that they can live most healthfully by munching fresh '.Trass like sheep. A cortain judge, while passing through tho scene of a riot had a largo stone thrown at his head, but, as ho' bapponcd to bo in a stooping position at tho timo it paosod ovor him. "You soo," said ho, ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

TtjPPAt HOfEL,: , ' (Under 'New Mamgsme.nL) I G EORGE DAlT 0 K 8EG£ to *2vise hi* friends and die TraTcffing ?aM!c Urat tie has takes ®osseislou w: the above well i;-k>w;: Hold, which Sias always eajoycc «he iBputailaa of being the Couiuierciai House ihi 27iiiiey, also one «Ithe t«est conducted ixv the district, and lie tracts by strict attention tc .fcasiucss to- merit ttie continued patronage v;hlc"a lias always been ?fficcordesi tee jp>s^JL Motel* All Wines, Ales, Spirits acd Cigars ate the £::cst yrociiraMe. Rorraiy Statues. Attentive Grooaa Coaclies forjerilderie, Tocumwal, Ifenjligum call eacli day. GEORGE DALYOov Proprietor. THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. ^THlE bes?.Gmjifls r>f Wines. Si>irits, Ale-t, and Cigars kc-*>t. -Sassple Reom. Unlimited Stabling. Cab tr.ceSs all trains. CoacJies Jeave Iiere for l-iulcy, Berrigan, Barooga,Ct>rmva & JesiMerie 3attevsalt's, *¥.otet 'TOCUIIIWAL, ; Only First Class Brands of Wines tnid Spirits sleek...

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QUICK TRANSIT OF CREAM TO FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

QUICK TRANSIT OF CREAM TO FACTORIES. TIIH Department of Agriculture desires to draw the nttentlou of dairy-farmers to ii practice which prevails in certain districts of holding back at the farms for several days cream intoiuTcd for the factories. -This results ill a de terioration in1 the quality of the cream. In a case under notice, about two-tliirds-of the cream is collected on three days a weak, the remainder being sent in twice a week. No effort .ap pears to be made by the farmers to assist the transit of cream from dairy to factory, their principal aim seeming to be to obtain a knowledge of testing in order to check the results from the. factory.' To ensure the manufacture of a good butter, cooperation by the farmers in the collection and quick delivery ol' .their cream is absolutely necessary. In large districts it is usual either for the company to collect the cream, or fo% arrangements to he made for collection and delivery by contract, each farmer paying a small sum towards...

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FARM & FIELD Nitrogenie Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

FARM & FIELD . - . 9 - Nitrcgcnie Culture. The Canadian1 and American Depart ments o* Agriculture have, by the intro duction of artificial, soil-cultures, taken steps to place at the disposal of farmers opportunities 'to test the efficacy of the soil culturo system, and the reports re ceived from a large number of farmers Siuve been, on the wliole, of a favorablo character. In 1007 a largo number of culture packages were sent out. The -season was unfavorable, and many farmers were unable to sow the crop they Jjad intended, so that only 124 re . ports of a definite' character wore, re ceived. Of these sixty-seven were favor able and fifty-seven negative. As in the previous year, the clover and lucerne crops wero especially benefited. As a re sult oC their experience the Ontario De-. par.tment of Agriculture has felt In a position to Issue the following note:-"IC a crop Is thriving it Indicates -that either the soil is plentifully inoculated - with' thcrbafltcria necessary to ...

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MOVING AND TALKING PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

MOVING AND TALKING PICTURES. Pictures that both move and talk were promised us as soon as the phonograph, and the cinematograph became accomplished facts, tjft has not been an easy matter, however, says a scicntific writer, to combine tlic two machines successfully, and the combination had not been exhibited uolicly, until the present year. Even now it falls far short of the roseate, schemes of 'old, which contemplated the production of whole operas upon ne moving picturc screen. A mono logue of a very brief dramatic episode s all that we can have yet. This is due to several' facts. First, every speaker must be directly in front of the phonograph to get the proper effect. A phonograph would be necessary for each performer, and no one of. them could alter hie posi tion, which would be absurd. Sec ondly, the length of the performance is limited by the size pf the phono graph records to about three minuics. The principal .difficulty, however, has been in getting the two instru ments to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

Auctionkkrs. 8UTHRIE BROTHERS. -^orm Lands & Property Salcmen, Commission and Manufactures' Agents. AGENTS FOR ®5iclioIson & Morrow's Union Har vesters, Union Disc Ploughs Horse ?©Tories, Combination Disc Cul * iavator, Wool Presses, etc. SJorasby & Son's Oil Engines, Binders and Mowers. .ffilFa 'Laval Separators, Portable Steel Framed Silos. Agents for Jolin Darling & Sou. ®17aeat BOUGHT IN ANY QUANTITY Bags Sold. GUTHRIE BROS., ?(CcLnisn (Yic) and Fiiildy (N.S.W. ilsckenzieBrotDm StocJc Station and Financial "TT^cnts anil Auctioneers, etc. SEN1L1QUIN & JERILDERIE. Stock I/ists on application. Clearing and Special Sales conduc fedinany part of theDistricts:-Fin ley,,'Berrigan1 Jerilderie, Tocumwal JMcama., Matlionrn, Barbara, Moula anei'jj and Deniliquir.. £K. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) ^AiPBELL'Tlo.7 AUCTIONEERS 1HT3MITRKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. rRegiilar Slock Sales held at Num aiTijih, Katamatite, Strathmerton, siicl Tocumwal. Horse sales held at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

®e@@e@e©©@@©@s©s©wwiw@iwi©©©®©@@< ? I : 4-; TBlS: - ;;.? -^-» . JI It just struck me you haven't yet YOU'LL PAY JIY PRICES smilinglV. IMPROVED IDEAL CULTIVATOR! You ougftt ,to=»it's,. different -at! o^ier'^C'ittiti^to^ You'll be so delighted when you see it that you won't rest till you've bitched your horses into one. IT'S STEERING GEAR IS PERFECT-HAS NO SIDE DRAFT.-IS AI"T, STEEI.- 1' Let me send you one on trial-«fts | no trouble. f I ALWAYS GO OME BETTER THAM THE HEXT CHAP.I Just as I make the best Cultivators, . ( I build the best j W A GfG O NS, BUGGIE S < : S U L K I B S,. ETC. j You see it's like this, besides J 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. J I've always a large stock of second hand . ?a Buggies and Sulkies on hand for sale-= .r.v . cheap. - " WON'T YOU GIVE ME A LOOK VP ? V ^ T. C Ii O-...

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No License. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

License. (To the Editor.) Sir, . In your last issue under the above heading, you published some corrections signed by R. C. Oakley, wherein he admits that he made errors in a previous communication submitted to .your journal on the same subject, immediately after the N. Z. local option vote was recorded. He appears to have this question ?on his brain-so much so that he las little or no thought for any ?other matter. As this modern par aclete is so anxious to ventilate this subject, per medium of the press, I "Would like to ask. liitn a question "which no doubt is a personal one, but at the same time it is not in tended to either insult or offend ;your censorious correspondent, who 5 trust will see the wisdom of giving direct answer. "Is it not a fact . that his education was paid for with the profits derived from the contents of his father's wine cellars?" who I am led to beleive is still a manu facturer and purveyor of the "cup . that cheers." If the reply be in the affirmative, /....

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, JAN. 22nd, 1909. Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1S97.) FRIDAY, JAN. 22nd, 3909. Trustees. Wlien a person becomes a trustee iu ativ estate or institution it behoves him to exercise care, and to jealously guard the interestof those concerned, more so, than if he were attending to his own private affairs, as in the latter case he has only himself to answer to, while iu the former he is responsible to those who are con cerned in the estate or institution. We areuowrefcrring to the twenty of more gentlemen who constitute the trustess of the local cemetery, who at a special meeting held on Monday last decided to issue sub scription lists with a view of collect ing funds to complete the improve ments commenced some mouths ago, at what should resemble a sacred spot. It is to be hoped that, as the ob ject is so_ worthy the charitably dis posed will open the purse and re spond to the appeal. A glance at the appended list will show that pre vious to March last the trustees bad 110 money ...

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THE FINEST WALK IN THE WORLD. Through the New Zealand Fiordland Park. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

THE FINEST WALK IN THE WORLD. Through tho Now Zealand Fiordland Park. "The finest Walk in the World,"'was the title of a rcccnt- eloquent travel article in the London "Spectator," in which a writer described the chaim ukI wonder of the ovorland route from Lake Te Anau to. Milford Sound through the. hicart of the New Zea land Fiordland National Park. The /.writer, of the article deait in superlat ives', but his praise of the superb scen ery 'of the fiordland forest and moun tain world was in no way overdone, for the simple truth is that it is impossible to exaggerate the natural glory of this wild sou'-west corner of New Zea land. It is .nature's most secret and iii-jst lovely domain, a huge, wilder ness park that is to-day in almost the same untouched primeval solitude and beauty that'it was when first a white man's ship cast anchor in' its amaz ingly grand harbour-fiords. Untouch cd except for this track cut through the wilds to Milford; and altogether un spoiled; indeed man's hand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

THE PUREST0AND BEST EDUCATION FOk ' YOUR GIRL Is offered by what has been described as " the best-loved and .in most'successful Girls' School in Australia." ' Methodist Ladies' College, Hawthorn* PRESIDENT: REV. W. H. F1TCHETT, B.A., LL.D. ' ' * HEAD MASTER: OTTO KROME, B.A. , V 7 (Lato Lecturer at Ormond, Trinity, and Queen's Colleges, Melb. University.) . , . The Ordinary-Staff for 1903 -includes SEVEN University Graduates with the hfglirBl Distinctions. The Visiting Staff numbers SEVENTEEN." The course of study* rniiKcs from the Kindergarten Classes up to the University, and Includes every kind- of ac-" compllBhrneut. Thero Is a Business course, under uxpert teachers. Careful Physical Training in all classes. u Examination Successes. . The Report for 1908 says: " As a proof of the quality of the work done by this College, we may record the fact that, at the beginning of the year, three of our girls carried off Government Exhibitions of Vie value of £40 per year eneh. tenable for ...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER [?]VI—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

-A. TALE 037 THE CRIMKA. CHAP'JliH j; VI-Continued. Tho perilous enterprise was more than two-thirds accomplished, when tho exiles suddenly^ felt tho ico rise beneath their foot, us if making u violent offer to give passago to the waters, which, swollen by tho aiipltinjj; of the snow and the vast cjnautity of rain bo lately fallen, could no longer find room umfer its surface. Theso shocks, which resembled those of an earthquake, suddenly ceased, and an explosion as loud as a battery of artillery followed. Fortunately for tho friends, tho first convulsion hud taken place at a distance. Julian instantly cut the traces of the sledge. "Slivc yourselves/' he shouted. Tho next moment tho field of ico was ront asunder-split into a thousand blocks, which, liko so many islands up rooted from their foundations in the dcop, floated ami dashed ugainst each ot her. It was a sceno of'wild but peril ous grandeur. The most singular of tho various plio nonionu which occurred was the rapidity with wh...

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Careers for Australian Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

Careers tor Australian Girts. Four girls, students of tbo Methodist Ladio3* College, Hawthorn, Victoria, have won during tho year, inoutsido competition, and against nil comers, prizes having a total money-value of .2030-wi h a possible exten sion which will bring'tho total up to £870. This is a rcmarkablo fact, with many sug gestions, The man igors of'this particular College claim it, with'justice, as a proof of the splendid aud thorough teaching given in their own-institution,'and this claim has real forco. The prizes competed for are open to every educational institution in the State, and the clovoresfc boys and girls in all the public and private schools competed for them; and the teaching which secured these prizes for-four girls iu ono collogo | must bo of first-class quality. But tho,raci | dent shows, too, \yhat splendid opportunities | lie- open to the young pooplo of Victoria. Tho £G80 is madoup of'three Govornmont Exhibitions of £*10 a year oach, tenable -for four years, ...

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CHAPTER LVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

CHAl'TJiR LVIII. .Must feedom pencil! shalltho tyrantC'/.ur O'er Kuropo'B plains roll tho rod tide of war P. Impose hi.s iron KCopl.ro on mankind? Ii!oMnr the progress of tho human inindF rra'niplo the creseont in its wanton prid»*? And nations laws and lleaven'a alrko de ride P "No I'' from onr aea-girt ialo a voice ru plios, St. (ieorges pounon fiutlera in tho skies I Kugland lakes up tho gauntlet proudly hurled. And braves tho despot who had braved . I ho world. -From tho Author's Scrup book. On tho 28th of March, 1854, war wnu dcclarod against Russia. All (hat national honour could endure had boon submitted to; nil that sincere desiro for peace could* suggest had hern vainly tried not only by the Fnglish Go vernment, but by that'll' Franco, to t«*r minato tho quarrel amicably; hut no. Tho massacre of Sinopo gave the linal blow to the,so negotiations, which would havo bron humiliating but for the hopr whioh inspired them. Tho CV,ar made, with power and ambition, hceptical JIS tc ...

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CHAPTER LVII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 January 1909

CHAPTER LVII. Grief fills up the renin of my absent child,: Lies in liis bed, walks up and down with mo, Puts OJI his pretty looks, repeats his words. Remembers me of all his gracious parts. Stuffs out his .vacant garments with his form: Then haro I reason to.be fond of grief. -Shakespeare. "Who lias not heart) tho chords-of the lute, strung to tlioir utmost tension, sud denly givo way; or soon tho heart, nerv ed to endurnnco, yield tho instant-tho painful sacrifice of honour or duty was accomplished'? 1 So it was with tho Princess Troubet skoi; tho Master's strength endures not beyond its task. "Tho. blood will follow where tho knife is driven. Tho flesh will quiver where tho pinchers tear; And sighs and groans by naturo grow on pain." No sooner had tho turn of the road con cealed from her anxious sight the fornrof hor son. as sho boliovcd for ever, than tho fortitude which had hitherto sustained* i her courage, and- restrained her tears." abandoned her. and she wept, as Kaohcl wep...

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