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Hie et ubique. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Hie et ubique. Sbire meets May nth Tenders invited for works. Interesting item for housekeepers - is the price of meat in this issue Inspector Boyd, of Finley,_ has impounded a horse. If not claimed will be sold on the 21st inst. Mr T. M. Moore, Manager of Hartwood, invites tenders for plow ing and harrowing 100 acres of fallowed land. Messrs Allen and Turner, in spectors of fruit from Sydney and Melbourne were here during the week. They will probably appoint Mr Lyons'of.: the Stqpk . department, to inspect fruit crossing' at tbe bridge. Methodist Church-The Rev. R. C. Oakley, will preach on Sunday next at Tocumwal 11 a.m ' Finley, 3 p.m. Subject Man's need of God and God's need of man." The Rev Crawford, M.A., pur poses publishing a paper in connec tion with the Church.- The title i will be, " Tbe Thistle. " - Who will dare to sit 011 it ? " ; Mr Harley lost three horses on Thursday last, owing to eating wheat in the station yard on the previous day. The time of the departure of th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

-A TALE OF THE CRIMEA, By EIOHARD HARDING DAVIS, author of ''Stanflolil Hal!,'* "Minulo Qioy," otc., oto. I CHAPTER XV.-Continued. '"To your friend, sir," observed tho lady, haughtily. "Ho is a dreamer," roplied llouri; "sot like a true brother in arms, I raised the gnuntlot for him. Ho has mot with somo adventure whioh luis turned his head seen a faco which ho will ruvo about for tbo noxt six months; and then " "Forgot it," added tho mask in a tone of irony. "It is tho creed of you mon; though probably in tho present instance thoro may bo wisdom in it. I noticed his lone and'not too rcspectablo glances to wards tho Imperial logo." At this moment Walter Markham press ed tho arm of Charles to warn him to be upon his guard. "Tho star# pormit themselves to be gazed at in their splioro," said our horo, now perfectly awaro with whom ho was conversing, "without reproving tho pre sumption of their worshippers." "You think tho-.fCmpress beautiful. thonP" ob.sorvcd tho" lady, in a cnrelesi t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A LINKMAN LETTER. TO LADY BETTY. SOCIETY'S SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

A. I1HKMAH IBTTEB-i TO LADY BETTY. SOCIETY'S SOCIALISM. Xn London "Truth'' our old friend. /Harnrnduko, thus philosophises: Socialism in "society/' dear Lady Betty, has established itself; tho con dition is. convenient - why nxpect that it shall, not spread? . In the days. of tho Early Victorian virtues ' oven, "society'' in England was chieQy composed of men and women - who were exclusive, prot6n« tious, supercilious, prejudiced, and idlo. Tho financier, merchant, and tradesman wore ignored by theso. Manners wero more important than .money. - America was a community that had been founded by mechanics out of work and house-maids out oi place-tho servants' ha!J amongst tha nations-tho Adams and Eves of pur Colonies wore castaways and conn victs, and tho only occupations, for a "gentleman" were employment under the State, sport, and sensu ality, /Wo aro all "honorary members'* now of tho City and tho -shop, and the successful financier, merchant, and tradesman aro "honorary mem . hers...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Athletic Club. The' second annual lmeling of the above club was held on Wed nesday last on the Recreation ground when about four hundred persons were present. The day was al! that could be desired, so far as out door sport was concerned, and that portion of the ground which had .received attention from'members of the ciub certainly looked the'better for it, but the absence of seats was very noticeable and an effort '-'liou'd be . made to induce the trustees to <lo something in the way of improv ing the ground. Beautiful shady trees are there and only require lopping and underwood cut oft', logs and stumps clearing out, strong rustic seats erected around the trees','and portion of theground would resemble what it is intended for-a Recreation ground. We do not expect the trustees to do the whole of the sixty odd acres, but in justice to the people on whose behalf they occupy the position of trustees they should do something, and do it openly. Sufficient evidence to an ordin...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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INFORMATION INVITED FROM WHEAT-GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

INFORMATION INVITED FROM WHEAT-GROWERS. TIio Wheat Experimentalist of the Agriculture Department Is desirous of obtaining some ileiinite data as to tlir minimum amount of rain required In different districts to produce a profit able crop of wheat under farmers' con ditions. Last season being unfavour able generally, would appear to lie a suitable period for furnishing such in formation, and the Minister for Agri culture invites such of our readers as are wheat-growers, and have kept rain fall records, to assist the Department by furnishing the following details with regard to the different areas cropped: (1) Area harvested; (2) total yield; (ii) variety of wheat; (4) date planted; (0) date harvested; (0) how harvested: (7) details of rainfall during the year; (S) any other information likely to he of interest. The particulars should be sent as early as convenient to the Director of Agriculture, Sydney. Dobbins-"I don't Icnow what's the matter with my furnace; it doesn't liont the ho...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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POWER OF ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

POWER OF AXCOHOIi. "I toll you," said the expert at tho jrotor gathering, "that. alcohol wjtl furnish the power of tho future." "X don't mind at nil." replied-one who had Just had troublo wltli an unsteady chauffeur; "but I .do hope'lt won't affect tho running gear of a vnachli.o Iibo. it flaes a rrrnn'8 logo." '~i --"j

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Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Railway League. A meeting of the Tocumwal 'Straihmerton RaiHv.iv J,eague was held i» 'be Mechanics' Institute on Monday afternoon last, when the following were present-Messrs G R. Jeffries, B. Falkiner, L. Jensen .J Wilson, J. Donkin, F. Staples, .H. Casey, P. Peace, J. Preston, M. Ivooney, J* Hearn, W. OiU7ka.ua G. Crommelin ?Mr Jeffries who occupied tlie chair said be had convened the meeting to discuss the matter re ferred to in the "Guardian" of the 117th inst,. in relation to-the land resumed by the government^ for railway purposes fr = m Mr Cope. He then read a letter received from Mr Graham touching on the matter (Extracts' of same have been pub lished). The chairman said Mv Cope did a great deal of wort! m connection with the line, even when . the league had given up hopes of ?getting the railway to Tocumwal, and allowed the matter to drop, he .stirred life into it again. Mr. Falkiner-And we have, to thank Mr Cope for the line The Chairman-The Government ...toot-tie land, -f...

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Red Tape Requirement[?] [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Rod Tope Requirement! Tho widow of a Gorman officer pro sontod horself at .tho olTico in Borlin for tho purposo of drawing tho pensioi duo to hor. SIio handed in tho -neces sary cortificato from tho Mayor of tin village in which slio lived, to tho effect that sho was still alivo. "This certificate ia not correct," sai& tho oificinl in charge. "What is tho matter with it?" askoa the. ladyr "It hears tho dato of October 21st,' was tho storii reply I "and your pension was duo on October 15th." "What kind of cortificato do you wish ?" asked tho- disappointed appli cant. " "AVo must have a cortificato stating that you woro alivo on tho 15th ot October," said tho official, with great i'rmncss.

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Water Conservation. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Water Conservation. If water conservation and irri gation had only b-'ini properly taken in hand 'Jo years ago, it would have made a wonderful' difference in this country. Un questionably it is a very impor tant subject, and the Government 1 proposes to deal vigorously1 with it. . With that much introduction, the Minister of Works (Mr C A. Lea) passedsa representative, over to Mr L. A. B. Wade, Kngineer|in Chief for Rivers, Water Supply, and Drain age, and that gentleman explained i what is in contemplation (says the " Daily Telegraph.") Inter-State Agreement. Irrigation in this State is depen dent upon the Murray Waters, Agreement, which after many years of negotiation, was finally thrashed out to a conclusion at the last Con ference of Premiers in Sydney, and which now awaits ratification by the Parliaments of N.SAV., Victoria, and South Australia - a bill in exactly similar terms having been prepared in each Sta'e It is offi cially regarded as practically certain that this legisl...

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A NEWSPAPER FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

A NEWSPAPER FOR WOMEN. Wo nro awaro of no single instance in which a nowspapor primarily de voted to women's intorcsts has made such headway, and so thoroughly es tablished-s itself in the hearts of its renders-as the "Woman's Btidgot." This delightful publication, founded and published by the proprietors of tho "Evening News," and "Town and Country Journal," promises to become ono of tho leading journals of tho Com monwealth before many years. Al ready, it is widely resorted to by wo men of all classes in search of informa tion upon tho useful and gentle arts of tho. fair sox. Tho circulation of tho "Woman's Budget" has been phenomenal, and proves that a journal that caters truly for womon's interests will always be strongly in demand. There is constant enquiry at the book-stalls and news agents for copies of this journal, which is litorally packed with fominino litera ture and dolightful recipes of domestic and culinary import, and tho "Wo man's Budget" may fairly be described as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Wfte family Stimulant. JT imparts lasting exhilaration, and need only be takdn in small quantities night and morning. "Too Painful to Bear." Another Proof from Newtown. Tho Caso of Mr. W. S. HART. (By a Local Keportciv) "When J wns Jiving at Cairns, in Queensland," said Mr. William Samuel Hart- (this statement, by-the-way, was tnado at his residence, Mo. *M Toogood street,-.Newtown). *M was very bad ow ing to some internal itcrangemoiHs, and 1 don't mind tolling yon that the pain I had was too much for any mortal man to hear/' "Was it ever severe- enough to inca pacitate you from work V" questioned our representative. "I. should rather say it was. )Vhy, It used to fairly cripple me sometimes. I remember once the pains - across tho lower part of my back being *o bad i hat I dropped o!T a horse 1 was rid ing at the time, atid, you iunv believe it or not, as you* like, but if my liio liad depended on it 1 could not get up again. And you can further lrmige my sulierings by tho fact that...

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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

? 1 . -~4 LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. \ TUB following Crown Lands lmvo been gazetted as Available for Settlement on tlio dates given below ? ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD SELECTION GUNDAGAI LAND DISTRICT, 453* acres in 2 blocks of 224 £ ami 220 aorcs ; distant 12 miles from Uuiulagai; suitable for grazing and agricultnro ; capital values 50s. and 6'5s. per aero respectively. Avail able 7th May, 1008. (U.S. Area No. 1,010.) GUNNEDAH LAND DISTRICT, partly within Curlewis Suburban Lands, 1,24! aerea 3 roods 10 perches in 14 blocks, in areas ranging from 14£ to 301$ acres'; dis« tant £ to 2 mites from Curlowis; auitablo for grazing and agriculture; capital value 40s. to 120a. pop aorc. Available 7th May/ 1008. (H.S. Area No. 1,041.) * CARCOAR LAND DISTRICT, 2,510 acres in 5 blocks, in areas rangi ng from 270 to 835 aorcs; distant 6 to 8 miles from Carcoar, and 9 to 11 miles from Hlayncy ; auitablo for grazing and agriculture; capital values 22s. fid. to 42«. Od. per aero. Available 14th May, 1908. (U.S....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

PERCY MEILLON, Solicitor, &c" ,.J E R I L D E R I E . Couiinissitmer for Taking Affidavits in .. Vew So-tUi Wales and Victoria. Will .visit Finley and Tocurmval on .Monthly''Court Days {Finley Thursday, To«um\va] Friday, following 2nd Monday), iuid when required. , ftloijeyn to Lend on approved secnrity 'iin any arnpunt r.t lowent r»-rcnt rates of interest. ARCHIBALD C. TUTHILL, Solicitor &O., ATTENDS Tocutuwal every Thursday Afternoon and will re main for regular Court days. Commissiorier-for Affidavits for ' New Soutli Wales. mackcazk Brotlxrs Stock Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneers,, etc. DENILIQUIN & JERJLDERiE. - Stock Lists on application. Clearing find "Special £>a!ey ...-inducted in au>y part, of the Diwtiiuta Finluy, Bcrrieau .Terilderie, Tocuitnvn), MONMN, Mutbonra Barhatn, Moulamein, and Deniliijuiu. (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL & C0~ AUCTIONEERS ' NUMUKKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held at Numur kah, Kat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

SOMETHING; R|ALL'Y NEWT THE CROP a good look at this Cultivator, it's the ? M a 13 w B*& U qpGlQB Patented and ManufacturedT by J. T. CLOSE, at, his v Steam Implement Works/ Finley,. New South Wales. i THE "IDEAL" DISC CULTIVATOR, 6ft WIDE. Did you ever see a better proportioned or more simple-looking Implement ? It is just as gooi as itiooks. Slf is made right, works -.right,' and is not an untried experiment. It has a record UN .'SURljASSED by any like tool on the market. .Its praises :are sounded from all parts of the State in fact from many other States ...j!Chi V-IDEA'E," is built of iron and steal, well. braced up and stayed, and is mounted on three :ittassive, iron,wheels. It is practically indestructible. S.'. id a post card to - - . , J. T. CLOSE,;Fiiil3y, Jtf-.S. W., for full particulars and testimonials. r READ" THIS TWICE.; , - ' [Copy] / . ~ Hills, Fiuloy, LI a J. T. CtJdi:, Fiule".- otb Dcco ubor, 11W. O Jte diiv-Iu rerjIyftolyourViT^y J'3 your Patent Diss Cult...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Tocumwal Guardian AND : - FINLEY, FREE PRESS., (Kstabljshed 18qj) FRIDAY, MAY i, 1908. TENNIS.- Mr.'. W. Robner, the ? on. sec. of the Tociirawal tennis cluli is calling a meeting to be held Ttiesdaj- evening next in the Me chanics', Institute, at 8 p.m. He has some important business to bring before members, and extends a cordial invitation to the ladies. DEATH-Mr Tames M'Crabb, of the Court House Hotel, Jerilderie, died on Wednesday last. Some weeks ago lie was away in Victoria on a holiday and took ill, and determimed to hasten hom% He passed through Tocumwal and when he reached Jerilderie he was carried to bed. which he did v?'ieave again. Drs. Robinson and M K,mght pronounced his case as Paralysis and little chance of ul timate recovery. Some few years ago Mr M'Crabb. was the host .of the; Bridge Hotel Tocumwal. B\ request we beg to. draw at tention to the advertisement of Mr | P. Sullivan, who has completed the | additions to his premises next to I Mr R.. Brebuer, -and has sen...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

In Memoriam. GIBBONS-In sad and loving remem brance of my dear Father who v died on 27th April, 1907. Those who liave a father, Love him while yon can. He will not always linger near von, Too soon he'll pass away, Yoii'l never know his worthy Till he's gone. ( Never to be forgotten by his lov ing daughter-MARY LAWI.HR.

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THE GAME OF CHESS. ITS PRACTICAL VALUE. THE CHAMPION'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

THE GAME OP CHESS. ITS PRACTICAL VALUE. THE CHAMPION'S OPINION. Dr E. Lasker, tbo chess champion of the world, contributes to ;tho "Evening Standard" an interesting article on "The Practical Value of Chess." ''A frieml' of mine remarked joking ly the other day," writes Dr Las ker, The present Parliament has . .few chess-players. That is why it I .has no brains/ There -is this sedi-, .ment of truth in the remark Kthat a' chess-player is endowed with a mental talent rarely met in those not given tc^ the pastime. As a inusic lover is emotional and a lover j of pictures discerning, so has a de votee of chess a gift peculiarly his own-a, line sense of criticism.- That instinct is outwardly shown by a wrinkle -made by thought and an ex pression of the eye that I" can recog nise but not describe, and which, undoubtedly, betokens something like gentleness and modesty. His critical insight is made apparent by the speech of the ^chess-player, which, without being at all eloquent-it lacks fire...

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Recelpes for Old Age. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Rocelpos for Old Ago. A contonari an gives the following recipes- for old ago: - Eat right and live long. Eat.vegetables; tho blood of no ani mal lias beon sliod for mo for tho past seventy years. It takos vory little to feed tho body if we only solcct tho proper food. At forty-two I was a nervous, feoblo old man-but I ato moat then. I tako a cold rub ovory morning. I spend from oight to ten hours in bed. Four and arhalf hours of sleop has boon my nvorage. I uso 110 tobacco or stimulants of any kind. I always soasoij my foatj wjth olivq

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ALLEGED HUMOR. "PUNCH" CHARIVARIANA LONG-FELT WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

AIXEGED HUMOR, "PUNCH" CHARIVAEXAJNA^ LONG-FELT WANTS, . A drawing-room "Cubicle" system, | for entertaining groups' of visitors I who don't hit it oft with each other, r-"Punch." ANOTHER ULTIMATUM, j Lord Lansdowne (Editor, reading ' MS. of poem, "The Land Bills o' Bonnie Scotland"): But surely I seixt I this back to you a long timo ago? "C.-B." (Spring Poet): Yes, X I know. But I thought I'd give you another chance-before I blow your ofllce-up.-"Punch." " TIMES" HUMORS. The rumor that the stall of the lnte "Tribune" have bought the, "Times" is false. They have done, no such thing. Mr J. . A. Spender, in * spite of . numerous suggestions of his friends, will not at present odit the "Times." There seems to be no truth in the report that Hackenschmidt visited the- "Times" office yesterday and came away with the wholo plant on | his back. j The rumor that a syndicate of. Tierra del Fuegan gentlemen has been formed to purchase the "Times" j is current, but up to the time of going to pr...

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Cat's Eyes as Clocks. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 1 May 1908

Cat's Eyes as Clocks. So long, as there is a cat anywhoro near, it. is not necessary to have a . watch or a clock, for the animal's eyes' will tell you tho time of day. The first European to learn of the ? use of a cat as a time indicator was M. Hue, who, in a work on tho Chinese Empire, tells how ho was initiated into tho mys tory. . M. Hue and a party of friends sot out to visit a Chinese Christian mission settlement among tho peasantry. They met a young Chinamen on tho road, and to test his intelligence they asked him if ho could toll them tho tiino. Tho native looked up at tho sky, but the clouds hid tho sun from view, and ho could not read any answer there. Suddenly lie darted away towards a farm, and returned in a row moments with a cat in his arms. Pushing up its eyelids with his hand, ho told Hue to look at them, at the same time vol unteering tho information that it ujas not n<jon yet. "While tlioy wore puz zling over the matter tho boy wont about/his business. W...

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