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HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

KEAXiTH HXtfXS. Hangnails tori be cured if the ends of the fingers'.be'rubbed with sweet oil as .far down as the first joint. Neuralgia .may very often be relieved by applying a cloth saturated .with es sence of peppermint to the seat of pain. Finger-nails manicured every week will retain their delicacy and lustre much longer than those that are neglec ted. . " Working with the head bent over 'a very injurious to the eyes, as it tends to gorge the vessels'of the eyes with blood and to produce congestion. When the eyea .are .tired, a handktr-' chief folded In four, soaked in cold water,, and laid on them will be found very; efficacious, the compress being changed once or twice until relief Is felt. For a burn apply wet tea leaves, either warm or cold. Cover with a piece of cotton or illnen, and keep on for one or two hours. Scientiiic men and physicians have made most careful estimates of the in gredients necessary to make a perfect food for the young babe. But the diffi culty on the...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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LADIES' COLUMN. HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 14 February 1908

IADSES' COLUMN. HOMELY TABS. ' Sultana Scones - Required : Tyo ounces of butter, one pound of flour, r>nr> teaspoonfui of baking powder, sour milk, three' ounccs of sultanas, salt. Rub the butter Into the flour, adding the baking powder and salt. "Worlc all (Into a Hj;ht dough with' Hour milk, working in at tho same time a handful of sul tanas. Roll out the dough to about an Inch thick, cut Into three-cornered shapes, nnd bake until lightly browned and cooked In a' good steady oven. .Mufilns-Required : Ono and a half pounds of fine pastry flour, four ounces of yeast, one quart of. warm water, and salt. Dissolve the yeast In the warm water, put the flour into a large basin and gradually add the yeast till all is mixed. Then, with a wooden spoon, bent for twenty minutes. Let the dough then stand for one hour and a half. Make all into round cakes of the usual size, nnd bake on a griddle which has becrj rubbed with a piece of suet. As soon as the mufllns begin to bro-wn turn them;...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

THERE'S A REASON Why so many people come to us for DRAPERY, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY &c. And continue to trade with us. The ft®as®Bi is BECAUSE they know that everything Purchased here is A RELMBILE. WW) WE never Sell Goods of any kmo mat are doubtful, a bit of?, or in any ?way Second Quality. We pay as much attention to the Buying ot our Stock .ss we'do to the Selling of it, and ihireiore never have to work off doubtful Stock of any kind, the result of bad BUYING. . $ar Prices are the kind that talk, and we will soon convince you-that you cannot do better than to ? Give Us Your CUSTOM. _fe carry a Full and compleu Stock of everything that an up-to-date lore should. Satisfied Customers Have made our Business. Are you one of Them ? If not, "Why Not Give Us a Trial ? Lo JEMSRM ©©oo Ironmongersj Oncers. Drapers, And TIMBER MERCHAN - SUPPLY STORES. Toeumwa! and Finley. wooT^col WOOL lelbourn© Market Sales Held Weekly during the Season. -- The Melbourne Associated Brokers Reccive a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

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Hic et ubique. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

Hie et ubique. Wool is falling, also wheat.! Continental buyers say Australia wants preferential duty on foreign trade. Then foreign trade in Australian wool must pay for it. It is stated that Mrs Wallace is going to England, and intends adopting the stage as her profession. Would she require much coach ing to play Camille and Tanqueray on up-to-date life-like lines ? Sir Harry Rawson will remain as head of this State for another year. He is popular with all. At a Sydney Court a few days ago, an individual was fined ios for beating his . wife., Tile following day another individual was fined 60s for beating his horse. What a pity Adam did not die with all his ribs in his body. Jolin Hayes '(" Newsletter ") is sending copies of his paper contain ing the reports of the land scandals and Joe Carrutliers to London, so as to ensure a warm welcome for Joe when he attends the Anglo-French exhibition. Mr Justice Owen who held an in quiry (?) into the land scandals has retired and now draws ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FRESS PRESS. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

Tocumwal Guardian AND ' FINLEY FRESS, PRESS. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 190S. DIOCESSAN COUNCIL.-We have been requested to mention that the Rev. M. A. Manning will be in Tocutnwal this week collecting funds for the Riverina Bishopric Endowment Fund, he will remain over Sunday next and will conduct Divine Service in St. Alban's Church on that evening at the usual hour. ROAD GRANT.-Mr A. Thomson, the Shire Clerk, has received word from the Public Works Department that the Minister has approved of a special grant of .£250 for work on the Lower Deniliquin road. This is in response to the application made by the council for a grant of /400. SHIRK AUDIT.-The books of the Berrigan Shire were recently audited by Mr Henry Dunstan and his report read at the last Council meeting. The books, accounts, etc., were certified as being correct, and the auditor referred in eulogis tic terms to the care and control which President Gorman had be stowed in connection witlrtlie check ing of ...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

The Rainfall. The lollowinc table shows in points (he rainfall as recorded officially at (be Finley Post Office : 1899 r900 | I901 iQOS 1903 j 1904 1905 1906 1907 1 go8 63 104 165 86 57 3" 30 140 50 63 165 57 1 366 124 245 324 1S7 % 2 140 44 25 15 30 241 26 I32 165 242 154 181 65 7 96 1 188 nil 10 152 32 113 37 165 12 3S4 186 216 3? 300 205 35 283 I78 99 238 49 24 5' 57 257 211 166 35 2S3 S6 5> 208 59 40 241 158 >52 306 62 127 140 . 10 5 12-35 i 17-94 12.83 11.90 18.38 1.4.95 j 15.08 nil 35i 260 . 90 298 354 335 170 "43 25.39 113.21 Muko it onu of roiir scjjiiliir bitlilt* fo Clmrn 1 ".uin'-i Colic, Cbnloru uud Dhirrlicv.ii lt<;mo<ly lit tr homo ob it pufc^ni'iril against u uttn«lc . )f ov^ol complain*. Ik in certain 10 m 7ieod«l -ooucr or hvlor inul wlicm Oiut time* i-onicu If. will In* ceiled badly: it will be jjocdod quloVly. lrnv ituow! For Bilo liy L. Jenflou au«I Co., FifiU-/ i»ml Tocum-*

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Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

Shire Council. The first meeting of the newly appointed Shire Council was held 011 Thursday of last week. "Present -Crs. Gorman (president), J. Reynold son, W. Pyle, W. Heffer nan, A. Macpherson, F. Hoylc, H. Vagg, and M. J. Murphy. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. . CORRESPONDENCE From Public Works Department, saying the new Council should be asked to recommend to the Minister some duly qualified elector for appointment as councillor to fill the vacancy in Riding A-The President moved that W. Quirk be nominated for the riding. Cr. Murphy seconded. The motion was carried. X'rom W. Heffernan, saying that | he had interviewed owners of blocks I at Barooga, and Mr Thomas re quired..£20, Mr Stanyard £20, Mrs Chisholm, .£25. Mr I). Gorman would, the clerk stated, take ,£12 for liis block. Crs. Heffernan and Macpherson, with the Engineer, were deputed to see owners re ex change for Mr Gorman's blocks. From A. Hay, asking permission j to run a water channel of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

DON* T>-Don't Let Others* You be tbo Jutfc* «nd /ury. And you w.'ll aver tbat Wolfe'* Schnapps is a pure distillation worthy of any man's drinking. BON'T.-Don't TnKo $ubatitutoa* There J& none genuine but WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. DON'T DELAY* IDONT.-Don't bo Led Autrny with tb»- *'|u*t OA good ptory." WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS has been proved by over 70 year*' test. DONT.-Don't taKe tooMuch for canted. ft Isxviso to look for tbo -namo. when yoa ask for WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. B&OWT--ITJon't Fall toAsK for .WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, ft is bottled particularly for raedfcical and borne use. As b&5 bee a sold before* BUY WHOLE BOTTLES. H DRINK, A TONIC,* A MCDICINS. Relief WORK-Tlio Rtoty of Dr. Sheldon's Blgcs tlvo Tabulcs can bo told in a word. They actually do tho work that tho weak nud >uwto/l Kfom.'ich id uuablo to do, und allow it to recupernto anil regain his strength. They contain all essential projiortles that tbo euHtrio juice and other dfaefitjve Jlttuls do....

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FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

FINLEY. CHURCH.-Presby terian service will be held in the Fulton Church on Sunday next at 3 p.m. Preacher -The Rev. T. S. Crawford; M.A. ACCIDI'.NT.-A serious accident occurred here 011 Monday evening last. Mr T. Knight, of Strathmer ton, who had been up to look at a block of ground he recently acquired near Wagga' returned to .Finley by train and retired to rest at Mr Murphy's Terminus Hotel about 11 p in. and remembered no more until he was picked up in | the yard some hours aTter by Mr I Puddicombe who was sleeping out on the verandah nearby. Mr Knight must have climbed' out of the win dow in his sleep and then fallen to the ground. Fortunately his fall was broken to a certain extent by a sofa.which was standitig under the window. "Dr -'Hilly' -who was - brought from Tocumwal, found upon examination that the patient was suffering from slight concussion of the brain, and a fracture of the thigh-bone. ! COMMON;--A special meeting of the trustees of the local Common was held on Tues...

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Opposition to Tuppal Cutting. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

Opposition to Tuppal Cutting. On Wednesday of last week Mr Percy Allan principal engineer for water conservation, assisted by Mr M'Kay, of the Public Works De partment, held an inquiry into the matter of forming a water trust in connection with the Tuppal Cutting. Some time ago the Water Conserva tion Board received a petition from a number of farmers and squatters living in the proposed Trust area objecting to the formation of a Trust. V Mr Fitznead engineer to the Mur ray and Conargo Shire Councils, re presented Messrs F. S. Falkiner and Sons, and stated that the works ?were of little use to . his clients, and liad they, been consulted before the work was started, they would have suggested another site for the works. Mr Allan-Did Messrs Falkiner and Sons urge at any time the con struction of the work ? .< Not that I am aware of. . Did they, after the cutting was completed make representations,-., as to the advisability of extending' t'tie cutting? I am not in a position...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

1?@M HEADACHE, INDIGESTION, GOlSTiPMIOM Th® immense number of orders for FROOTOIDS sent by poBt direct to the Proprietor Is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power. They cure quickly, are elegant in appearance, and pleasant to take. "I am writing to you to express my thanks for tho Frootoids which I received from you some ' *)m« ago. My mother, who was a great sufferer from Headache and Bilious Attacks for many years, +>as been taking them, and has found complete relief from them." L. PATCH, Pelican Creek, Coralcl, N.8.W. "Kindly send' by return pest two separate loeftttes of Frootoids for indigestion, Ac. I got a battle from you before, and am pleased to eay ttey have done me good," E. PIKE, " Myrtle Cottage," Manlldra, H.S.V?. "Your 'Frootoids' Is the only medicine ! tiave ever found to do me any good for Biliousness and Indigestion. One dose gives relief." J. H. SLEEP, Lochlel, S.A. " Enclosed please find 3f- for two bottles of Frootoids for Ind...

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CRICKET. TOCUMWAL vs COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

C R ICKET. TOCUMWAL. Vi COBRAM. Teams representing the above clubs met oil the ground of the former 011 Saturday last and the local boys suffered a crushing defeat, although the scoring books recorded a draw. Mr Timiuins, the captain of the Tokeites won the toss, but as some! of the visitors had not put in an appearance at the start he sent Cobram to the wickets. Messrs S. M'Farland and S. Scott opened for the visitors to the bowling of Messrs W. Burns and S. Thorburn. >The partnership was broken at 23 when Scott was bowled by Thorburn. i3-1-23. Berkenshaw took his place and between them they carried 1 the score along by good play until W. Burns got a well pitched ball past Berkenshaw.' 37-2-74. H. Walker put up the devil's number when Timmins was given the opportunity of stumping him. 13-3 -no.. F. Ross, captain of the visitors joined M'Farland, who was playing splendidly, and between them they added 90 runs to the score before F. Ross was cleaned bowled by W. Burns. 57-4-200. H...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 21 February 1908

Sydney Markets. Wheat-Business in this grain continues very quiet, there being absolutely no movement, and 110 change can be looked for until sellers and buyers of value can be brought more into line. Oats-The market for this grain is easier, due in part to the lower price of maize, and the fact that Tasmanians are offering freely at prices which show a material re duction on those lately asked. | Maize - The arrival of several i consignments of new maize, which ! were in splendid condition, is re sponsible for the easier feeling in the market for this grain, and as some of the rivers will be now shipping freely, it is likely that prices will come still lower. Chaff and Lucerne.-Both these lines are neglected, the recent rains having stopped the country demand and prices all round show a marked decline. The following are the ruling wholesale quotations for the various descriptions of produce ex rail or wharf:-Wheat: F.a.q., sellers 4s 6d, buyers from 4s 4^d to 4s 5d ; chickwheat, fr...

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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. Tiib following Crown Lamia havo been gazettod aa available for Jiettlement on tlio datea given below : CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE MURWILLUMIIAH LAND DISTRICT, 112 acres in ono block, distant 4J miles from Murwillumbah ; Buitablo for agricul ture and grazing; annual rent, £1(3 16'a. Available 9th April, 1908. (C.P.L. Area No. 100.) . ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD SELECTION ARMIDALE LAND DISTRICT, within Bendemeer Suburban Lands, 397 acres in four blocks, in areas ranging from 65 to 133 acres, distant 10 miles from Moonbi and 2G miles from Tamworth ; suitable for grazing ; capital values, from 25s. to 30a. per acre. Available 12th March, 190S. (II.S. Area No. 1,032.) . COWRALAND DISTRICT, within Wood stock Suburban Lands, 27 acres 3 roods 38 porches, in two blocks of 13 acres 3 roods 37 perches and 14 acres 1 perch, distant 1 milo from Woodstock ; suitable for agri culture, fruit-growing, &o. ; capital voluo, £5 5s. per aero. Availablo 19th Maroh, 190S. (H.S. Area N...

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A CASTLE OF CONFECTIONERY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

A CASTLE OF CONFECTIONERY. Without ft single rival in its class is the gigantic establishment of Messrs. James Stodman, Limited, which rears its brojjd, solid, and handsome fnendo in Clarence Street, Sydney. Built up from small beginnings, "Stodinan's" is to-day freoly recognisod as the greatest confectioner's in the Common wealth, and the extensive modern warehouse in Clarence Street hvs boon aptly dubbed "A Cast1** of Confec tionery." Stored lioro and there in the vast floor area, in readiness for despatch to the suburbs and country, or, displayed temptingly in the spac ious show-rooms, will ho found every conceivable device and every form of daintiness evolved by the art of the modern confectioner; and the endless shelves along which are ranged elab orate glass i» rs, each containing some thing novel and nico in the famous Lion Brand of Confectionery, are ever a magnet for the city and country storekeepers, heads of families, and such, who are on the lookout for pure and wholesom...

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THE PROBLEM OF IMMIGRATION. From an Australian point of view [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

THE PROBLEM OF ' IMMIGRATION. Frojn an Australian point of view One of the most complex and import ant of tho phenomena affecting the social welfare of the community is im migration. Now that tho various States of Aus.tvo.lia luivo taken up th« matter seriously, awl havo institute] n vigor ous immigration propaganda. it is con sidered an.opportune moment to exam ine tho different phases of immigration I and to determine, as far as possible, the ! effect of the infusion of new hlood from i other countries upon the community at largo, and its progress in civilisation. It is proposed in this and some follow ing articles to turn thesearchlight of our examination upon tho different aspects of our civilisation, and the character istics from which it derives its strength and worth, so that wo may he in a posi tion to appreciate tlio influence of ini mipration upon these characteristics ami to trace the ultimate effect of its continuance. We shall have recourse to tho statistics of other co...

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USEFUL FODDER RACK. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

USEFUL FODDER RACK. "When pasture U short the stocks must have extra feed. A fc«J rack is neces Bary. The accompanying sketch shows such a rack built against a fence. It has ona important featu.c to recommenJ It. At tho ordinary rack the strongest nnd mast belligerent of the stock will course along its whole length, and drive away tho weaker. With tho rack herewith illustrated all such dlittcultles aro ovoldod, oh oaoh animal must keep his own place owing to the projecting etays. Evldeneo Enough.-"Toll mc, brother, In it possible to let Hubert know that I urn an hHross?" "Has he proposed to you?" "Yes." "Well, you may he sure ho knows it already."-"Fliegende Ulaet ter."

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SIR EYRE MASSEY SHAW. LOSES HIS REMAINING LEG. A GALLANT MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

.SIR EYRE MASSEY SHAW. LOSES HIS REMAINING LEG. A GALLANT MAN. Sir Eyre Massoy Shaw, who for thirty years ruled the London Fire Brigade, nrjd was fo popular a figure, na "Captain Shaw," that he Inspired a song in "lolanthe," has, at the age of 7S, under gone an operation nocossltu-Iflg the am putation of his remaining" log-. Nine years ago Ms other limb was amputated. And yet so marvellous a vitality Is pos sessed by Sir Eyre Massoy Shaw that he .vas yesterday stated to bo "well on the* way to recovery." "When he retired from the control of the London brigade sixteen years ago Sir Eyre had dealt with 173,984 outbreaks of fire in the metropolis; he had in creased London's fire stations during his term of authority from 13 to 59: and had augmented the number of firemen from 113 to 709. Described as one of the most active men in the metropolis, he yet found time to write six books deal ing with fires and indulge in his two favorite sports-hunting and yachting. Always shy of publicity. ...

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FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

F I N L E Y. Rifu-: Ci.ui .-At the committee.' meeting of the Finley Rifle Club held on Saturday evening last it was decided to shoot for the trophy of .£5.5s presented by .the President Mr If. B. S. Falkiner. The com-, petition will commence on tlie 14 th : pro", and terminate on tbe 1st of April. Entries close on tlie 7th March. Nomination fee of 2s 6d will be charged and tbe entrance u .mey will be apportioned as extra pi iz-s thus making five prizes in.tul. 1st jfs 5";-2nd. 40 per cent, of nomination money ; 3rd 30 per cent. .; 4tb 2 1 per cent.; 5th 10 per , .-<?nt. N.R.A. rules to be strictly forced. Shooting will take place . u n four ranges viz : - 300 . n)0, 600 and 700 yards. On ' ? 14 th and 1 Stli of March the fir; . range will be available until all I present have fired therefrom, when firing may Jje continued from the Ion ranges. After those dates i' c. *: o.iiing will be-from the 500, j ;>C0 ; ..J 700 yards ranges until all ii ; ::ot from there, wlien th...

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