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Hic et ubique. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

Hie et ubique. Fmley. Football Club. . . Annual meeting on Saturday night. Supporters and members cordially iuvited. Can Tocurmval raise a team? Wheat is quoted at Finley at 4s Id. Ex-Premier Cairuthers will re sign at the end of April. ' Mr Alex. Thompson the Shire Clerk is' at present 'away enjoying a holiday. ' ????. ! The Sydney press has dogged his actions for a long time-notably Jack Haynes of the "Newsletter." The annual meeting of the S.R.F. Association has been called for Friday evening next at the Tuppal Hotel Finney. ,t Jack Norton who has been very ill is now on the mend. To look at him no one w;ould think hp could be ill. ; - A closer settlement league has been formed at Alb'ury, 'and an en deavour will be made', to get the Advisory Board to inspect several large holdings.' The Advisory Board carry their own tents and pitch camp when overtaken by niglit. Mr \V. Sloane of yarrawonga has- left for England and intends competing in the' JSisley - rifle matches again.' The E...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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TOURIST TRIPS FOR EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

TOURIST TRIPS FOR EASTER. Tnr. Governmc.rit Tourist Bureau, Sydney, announce a very attractive iit-o gramme of personally-conducted trips for pel-sons desirous of spondlng"the Easter holidays to the best advantage. Tin- first trip will embrace n steamer journey to Kden, spending a day on the waters of 'J'wofold ]!ny, and visiting the historic places of interest on its shores. This "beautiful expanse of wilier is not so'well known to tourists as it deserves to iie, and tlie Bureau are ?miking- very praiseworthy efforts to popularise it. No one who has failed to visit tiie Hunter Uiver Valley, which is included in tile second trip, is (pialitie/l' to express an opinion 011 the resources of New South Wales. . Tin; great coal city, and the rich alluvial Hals of the river basin, unrivalled for lis crops of lucerne, maize, potatoes, and grapes, will furnish a very instructive itinerary. A third trip will cover the noble waters of l'ort Stephens and the beautiful Myall Lakes-a new tourist ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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REAL HOME RULERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

REAL HOME RULERS. The brains of the average home arc not nil packed away In the cranium of the male head of the household. Tho real ruling, managing force of the homo is the wife. The.husliand earns tho money, It la true. But if he had the spending of it the result would be chaos. The wife is the real chancellor of tho exchequer. "Weekly Dispn.tch."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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The Wheat Yield. SCHEME TO SECURE IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

The Wheat Yield. SCHEME TO SECURE IM PROVEMENT. . A scheme lias been evolved by the experts of the Agricultural depart ment, and sanctioned by the Minister for improving the yield of wheat.. It was officially announced yesterday. It consists of the breeding of new varieties of wheat at Dookie, under' Mr Pye, and at Longerenong under the supervision of Mr Lee, Agricul tural .Superintendent of the Agricul tural department, the establishment, of a seed farm at Longerenong, and. of four ro-acre : plots in different parts of the slate for testing the varieties produced.'. For some years past Mr Pye.'principalof, the Dookie Agricultural College, has been breeding new varieties of wheat, but as he is an officer of the Council of . Agricultural Education he has not been in direct touch with the De partment. During the coming year' he will continue the work for the department, while in addition there will be the wheat breeding at Longer-:, enong. There will be a seed farm at Longerenong, whi...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. THE following Crown Lands liavo been gazetted .13 available for Settlement on tho dates given below: CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE: INVERELL LAND DISTRICT, IlfiO acres, in two blocks of 10.1 and 195 acres; distant 7 miles from Inverell; Huitable for agri culture, dairying, <fcc. ; annual rents,.£18 11a. 4d. and £21 ISs. 10d., respectively. Availablo 30th April, 190S. (C.P.L. Area No. 103.) LISMOIIE LAND DISTRICT, 1,757* ncrcs, in seven blocks, in areas ranging from 209A to 291 acres; distant 12 to 1/5.J miles from Mullumbimby, on Cooper's Creek ; suitable for dairying,cultivation,&c. ; annualrents from £13 5s. to 1)21 15s. (id. Available 2nd April, IflOS. (C.P.L. Area No. 1()2.) NARllAliRl LAND DISTRICT (Pilliga Scrub), 8,041 acres, in Bevcn blocks, in . areas ranging from 957 to 1,2,51 acres ; dis* tanb 17 miles from Wee Waa ; suitablo for mixed farming; annual rents from £0 Gs. 4d. to £10 8s. Gd. Available 7th May,. 1908. (C.1\L. Area No. 104....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LIBELLING A TENOR. COSTS L4000. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

LIBELLING A TENOR COSTS "L4000. From Paris, on Oth ' January, the correspondent of the "Daily Mall," wrote: Judgment was given to-day In the case of M. Alvarez, the famous French tenor, ! against the daily theatrical newspaper "ComcGdla." . ' . 1 The court found that the paper "had systematically depreciated the tenor by unfair rind antagonistic criticism, and, ordered it to pay M. Alvarez LOO, and to hear the cost of the action, and also to Insert (he text of .the judgment in ita own columns, and . In .four other papers to be'named hy M. Alvarez. M. Alvarez had claimed LI,000 dam ages.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Doings in Parliament. IMPROVEMENT LEASES CANCELLATION (DECLARATORY) BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

I Doings in Parliament. I 'tMl'ROVIiMKXT I.KASK8 CANCKT.I.A TiON (Dkci-akatoky) Biu.. Mr PETKRS presented a petition ? from Howard Speight, Secretary of . the Settlers' Defence League, repre : senting that certain persons, late " lessees of improvement leases, liave obtained permission to be- heard 1 through counsel at the-bar. of-.this House ; that petitioner is the repre sentative of a number of persons -desiring to acquire laud, and who ;are affected by such petition that - petitioner lias a personal knowledge, from inspection, .of all the lands forfeited ; and. praying that, in sup port of the case of persons who are entitled to the areas recently, for feited, lie may be heard in. person at the bar of the House., Mr Peters: I beg, to move, with concurrence:'''" . :? That so much of the prayer of the petition presented to tliis House by Mr Howard. Speight, secretary to the Settlers" Defence League, ? uraying to be beard , at the bar of this House with reference to the Improvement...

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A Kiss. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

A Kiss. I never shall forgot her troubled eyoa,' Nor that sweot look of maidonly Bur priso' She raised to me, When I, swift darting as a hawk, loaned down And lightly kissed hor mouth. Sho did not frown :: Hut I could seo Tlio sudden colour rip-ning o'or hor lips; : . . . And thori a pallor spread its brief eclipso, Hor littlo sobs, as sho loanod'on my heart I feel them now* and' memories stir and start \ Liko sap that fools tho oarly vornal sun! But Lovo and all Love's ways, for mo are done. Sho toro horself away from my em brace, ! And looked, a moment, mutely in my faco; ; Then (led away from mo with bird-liko | whirr,. , ; Over the fallen spear of pino and fir ; And all the light of lifo went out with j hor.' GENEVIEVE FARNELL.

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Noxious Weeds. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

Noxious Weeds. Mr Fulton the manager of AVun jiaruurra Station,. spoke in a very weary strain atr .the President's dinner at Berrigaii when he said it was unreasonable to ask a man to destroy tlie noxious weeds over-a large are?. Mr Harris aud others quickly ' iuterjected " cut up the land arid, the weeds will disap pear."- 'Judging- by. Mr Fulton's looks, the' truth ?, of the inter jection was not at all (palatable to hjs .peace of mind. However he might, console himself with the fact that he,- was, the President's , guest and out of courtesy to him, speakers felt they could, not say all tiiey thought in reference to this subject, .otherwise he \vould have found him self in, a- warm corner. We might remind Mr Fulton that there are several large holdings in the district, but it is doubtful .if a noxious weed can be found thereon,-not that they have not made an attempt to get root,-but simply-that assoon as they were observed, the owners or. per sons-ill charge destroyed them. The sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

"STANG." A GREAT AND REMARKABLE DISCOVERY. "STANG" PILLS Curo to Stay Cured: Brain Fag, Sleeplessness, Nervons Prostra tion, Loss of Appetite, AniPinia, Hoadacho, Neuralgia. Invaluable for \Yonion. Price, 2/9 box. Write for Attractive Frco Booklets to "STANG" COMPANY, 118 Pitt St., Sydney. CARRIAGES BUGGIES SULKIES angusTSON,. 165-167 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY (Between Market and Park Sts.) Buggies with shaTts, S20. We wilt quote price landed for any Vehicle on application. . Send for free catalogues and all information. Our-SHOW ROOMS arc l.-irj'.c and we'll worth a visit. \\'c arc always glad to show our immensa stock. THE GREAT SALE RILEY BROTHERS. Try one of our Special Sale Bargain Parcels -they're wonderful value. WE PAY CARRIAGE ON ALL PARCELS TO YOUR DOOR. The C.P. BEDROOM PARCEL. SOs.-Con tains a pair of Double Bed blankets, a pair of Hemmed Sheets, a pair of Pillow Slips, a Toilet Cover, a pair of Lace Curtains, a Full Siie Double Bed Quilt ar.d a Length of Best Muslin for b...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

THE LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY PARE. Vegetable Marrow Soup, -j- Required* A good-sized marrow, two sticks of cel ery, one onion, one ounce of dripping, a little parsley, three,pints of white stock, pepper and salt, one yolk of egg, a table spoonful of Hour, a tcaciipful o^f cream. Cut a marrow, after paring, into slices one Inch ;'thiek. Melt-a little dripping in a pan, put in the 'sliced marrow, the slice*! onion, two or -threo sticks of celery and a few sprigs of-parsley; toss thesa ;iboi1t for a few minutes, but do'not let them get brown. Now add tho stock or milk and water In equal proportions. BoD until the vegetables arc quite soft, thep rub them through a hair or wire sieve. Put back int-o a clean saucepan with a, seasoning of pepper, .salt and a few grains of nutmeg. Lastly, beat up the yolk of ar* egg with the flour and a lUtlq milk, add -to the soup.and stir whilo all simmers till the. flour thickens. Put into <he tureen, add the cream.and serve. Curried Fish. - Req...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

Sydney Markets. I ^ -_ The wheat market is at present dull,- with little or no business. Buyers and sellers still disagreeing as to the value to the extent of at least a penny per bushel, and as millers hold large stocks, a move in price can hardly be expected, ex cept on receipt of higher prices in London. Oats are good property which is mainly due to the difficulty in getting supplies of maize from the wharves owing- to the strike, while the supply reaching Sydney by rail is limited consequently fuuey prices are quoted for prime raaize. Chaff and lucerne are firm, especially the latter, as it is, like the maize, affected by the strike. .The following are the ruling wholesale rates:-Wheat: Prime | milling, 4s 5^d ; chickwheat, 4s I 5d ; inferior, 4s 2d. per bushel. I Oats ; Melbourne, heavy milling, ] 3s Id ; Tasmanian, white, 3s 2d to | 3S 3d ; local, Algerians, 3s 2d ; Tar- i tarians, 3s 2d ; South African, 2s lOd per bushel. Maize: Prime yel low, river, 4s 9d ; railway, - 5s 4d ...

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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

CHAl'TKH XI. . All tastos, all pleasures, nil delights, That animate this mortal franio, All are but ministers of Lovo, And tend to feed his flauio. . -Coleridge. Beatrix and her father wero seated at table in tlio breakfast-room at Uio Moat. Three days had elapsed .since ilio depar turo of our hero and their messenger, and still no tidings had been received ot either. The young lady, as was her pri vilege, felt the mast impatient/)f tbo two; lor somehow or other, her imhd had been more occupied by Charles Vavasseur and his misfortunes than sho had hither to permitted it to dwell on any human being. i ? ? . . , Of course, as she several times repeated to hcvsuU; vheu struck by the singularity of the fact, it arose from no other leoling thnn tluw'o of friendship mid pity; but as Dryden, in his incompavnmo 1 Otltt, observes:!, " 'Twasibut a kindred sound to move, Kor' pity molts tbo mind to love." The baronet by turns was irascible and desponding; "i was iniul, Trieksey. ho exclaimed,...

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TIPS AND THEIR DEMANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

TIPS AND THEIR. DEMANDERS. There is (i story to the effect that ono New. Yorker, oil concluding n brief visit to tills country, leaned over the taffruil of tile vessel that was carrying him away from Liverpool, and shouted ills parting Injunction in theso words: "It there Is any man, woman.. or child in Grecit Britain who hasn't been tipped by I me, let him speak now, as tills is ills last chance:" It must have been the same traveller, or a near relative, who, as ho ttSis departing from his hotel and entering a cab, was approached by o small boy with a request for a gratuity. "Why should I give you anything?" ho demanded. "I'lense, sir," was the calm reply, "I wnv you get .into tile cab." "Country L1C<>."

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CANKER IN APPLE TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

CANKER IN APPIE TREES. "The chief cause of canker In applo trees" (states a writer in the English "Journal of Horticulture" "Is deep pene tration of the'roots. If we take the tem perature of well cultivated soil at n foot deep, and at 2ft deep In the grow ing season, wo will find a very great differonce, probably some fidog or Gdeg. This great drop In tho tompernture has an evil influence in more ways than one. The roots have evidently gone down in search of moisture, which is very low In temperature compared with that which is playing on the foliage. Again, at the depth of 2ft very ' little nitrato will bo found by the roots, or at any rate, available;, for we are told by those' who should know that this very essen tial compound can. only. bo obtained when'tho temperature'is-, comparatively high. We all- know iiow absurd it Is to givo pot plants Ice cold;manure water In addition to the manure' not being available the roots aro .chilled, and, con sequently, not in a condition to tak...

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FEEDING THE BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

FEEDING THE BEES. In considering the question of bec^ feeding1, it must be borne In mind that one may have entirely different, objects In view. Stimulative..feeding is com menced for pier purpose of Inducing th'o bees to breed well at a .time when, with out the. d^tificial-income, .they would re main' .comparatively quiet, because of j there being no natural food obtainable. > It Is also well understood that, when breeding Is going on in early spring, the bees carry in large quantities of water . for use in thinning out-the thick food! stored for nursing'purposes, going long distances, and taking many risks to ob tain It. Stimulative syrup Is therefore made thinner to fill the above require ments,'and In order to sikve the loss of a bee by water carrying, .\utumn food, on the other hand, is made thick for, ex actly the opposlte;reason, I.e., saving tha bees the labor of evaporating the kxcesn moisture so necessary before the food la fit for wintering purposes. All feeding-up for'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

PERCY MEILLON, Solicitor, &c., J ERILDERIE. Coznmiisioner for Taking Affidavits in New South "Wales and Victoria. Will visit Fxeley and Tocurniral on VrXonthly Court Days (Finley Thursday, Tocumwal Friday, following 2nd Monday)* «ls& vrhca required. . Xmst Moneys to Lend on approved security «s any amount at lowest current rates of <*atereat. .ARCHIBALD C. TOTHILL, Solicitor &c"., ATJKNDS Tocumwal every ^Witirsday Afternoon and will re anain for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales. l®aci£«SBzie Brokers Stock Station and Financial AGENTS and Auctioneers, cic. HEN1LIQUIN & JERlLDERiE. Stock Lists ou application. .... Clearing and 'Special Sales i.ondoctcd in nay part of the Districts t-Ficley.Berriean -Jerildcrie, TocurawaJ, Moama, Mathoura Sterfcam, JVIoalamein, and Denilujuin! (E. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) "?AmoF¥"^ AUCTIONEERS NUMURKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held at Numur flab, Katamatite, Strath...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

SOMETHING REALLY NEW ! THE CROP MAKER . Take, a good look at this Cultivator, it's the . . 'JPatented and Manufactured by.JrT: CLOSE, at his . vSteam Implement1 Works, Finley> New. South Wales, THE "IDEAL" DISC CULTIVATOR, 6ft WIDE: . . . . 'Did you ever see a better proportioned 'or more simple-looking Implement? It is just'as'good as it, looks. It is made rigfitj works right, and is not-an untried experiment. It has a record UN SURPASSED by any like tool on the market. Its praises are sounded froiin all parts of the State in fact frojnniany other States ' ; . >.,The "IDEALis built of iron and steel, . wall brao 1 up and st-iy> ), -i-id :s mounted on'tbree . massiyfc" iron wheels. It is practically indestraotible. S/nd a post c :r-l i->- . - J. i\ CLOSE, Fiuliy, N.S.\V,, for t'u i :i:nt.i' i uid testimonials. . READ THIS TYICE. v ~ ilyrtlc P.'.rk, .. Dcccmbcr£GUvl90?. xnso vniuvaiiar. a mjj inioruigfo^.iuau-r two J. guo iroui you ixsc 3 catisfroition/- Ala tiff aTl-X-.g...

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Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

Water Supply. A public meeting of the residents of Tocumwal was. lield on Wednes day evening last wlien there was a good attendance, presided over by ;Cr. W. Quirk, who explained that Mr Hoyle and himself had called the meeting to discuss the advisa bility of having the town of Tocum wal reticulated, and he would be :plensed to hear, the views of those present. He then read a report of the estimated cost of the Cobram scheme which has proved so bene ficial to the residents of that place. All present were very. enthusiastic, and the meeting instructed Mr W. E. Meek to write to the Minister per favor of Mr H. J. F. Peters ask ing that an engineer be sent down to report on a reticulation scheme for the town, and to supply the public meeting with an estimate of the cost. The meeting then adjourned sine die. WE'beg to draw the attention of our readers to the advertisement which appears in another column of Mr A. T. Glasson, Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician of Numurkah, who has decided t...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 27 March 1908

Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MARCH 27,' 190S. The annual meeting of the S.R.F.A. will be held at Finley at early date, so the various efubs should get tueir delegates ap pointed. The March number of "'The Magistrate" is to hand and is as usual replete with valuable infor mation especially so iu relation to local government notes.?;; Mr M. Looxey has sold tbe property he receutly purchased from ? Mr A. Carlson at a satisfactory in-; crease.. Mr W. Martin of Shepparton is the buyer and the sale was effected, by Messrs Campbell and Co's Toc umwal representative. Mr W. A. BxufULEV, dentist, has; decided to make Berrigan his head quarters, and may be consulted at his 'rocnis daily from 9.30 a.m. till 5 p.m. He purposes- visiting Toc umwal and due notice will be given jn our columns. MR M. G.' HAMII.tok, of "Gort,"; Finley, who it will be remetu .bered purchaseil a filly by Hymettus .-Ideal-St.. Ledger at- the March .sales'. 1.907 Jias just taken her...

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