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Gems In Verse Love's Awaking. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

Lovo'o Awaking. Tho first tlmo that my lover said my It seemed as If tho earth broko into flamo And put on majosty, and In my heart Grew music whon my lover oaid my name. The second time my lover said my name Tho earth scemod changed, but still X know tho aamo. Tho birds all aang for mo, and ovory flower Was mino becauso my lover sold my name. , Tho third tlmo that my lover said my name A sudden silenco on the earth there came, And in tho hush of It ray ilstonlnff heart Heard his heart beatinjr as ho sold mv name. -Pall Mall Gazotto.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Berrigan News. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

Berrigan News. Most of the typhoid patients are I out of danger, but we still have a little typhoid left as well as | pneumonia, etc. I really believe that we keep our end of the stick ' well up in the sickness line. We are losing the services of our popular medico, Dr Warren, who is off this week on an exploring ex pedition in search of land up Queens land way 1 hear we are to have another Dr in his place, we only hope he will be as good a fellow as his predecessor. I believe our Shire President had a providential escape from almost certain death or injury in the Sun shine accident. He was a pas senger on the Ballarat traiu, when at one of the wayside stations he met some old friends who insisted upon his paying them a visit that night, he expostulated in vain, and was - carried off in triumph. I wonder what he thought next morn ing when he heard of the calamity. The sports here would have been a success had there been more com petitors and better attendance,- the weather was good,...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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For Larger Lives. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

For Larger Lives, In heaven, they aay, is undisturbed and perfect peace, and yet Along our heartstrings, even there, a tremor of regret Must sometimes wander into pain, il memory survives A grief that in this good, great world we lived no. larger Uvea. God moves our planet gloriously among the starry spheres, And nobler movements for our souls. ' through these our mortal years In widening orbits toward himself eter« nally he planned. "We creep and rust in treadmill grooves; we will not be made grand. Yet souls that win immortal heights un clogged with self must move! The only thing that we can take from earth to heaven is love! To make us great like thee, O God. thy spirit wltff us strives! Enlarge our lives to take thee in! Ob, give us nobler lives! -"Lucy Laf-com.

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IN PRAISE OF COURTESY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

* PRAISE OF COURTESY. Courtesy, wrote Edwin Vaxton Hooit. Is' a beautiful tiling. It Is due of man tomnii, not of gentleman to gentleman -Indeed It transforms all men into gentlemen, linn never exhibits so true bo reflned a taste as when lie blends the kindness and patlios of a loving soul with the dignity of an Immortal oue'< Wherever such a man lives there must be a noble deportment-there must be noble thoughts nud expies slons; his life must be a ,lovely poem, lils'iwMk and citizenship a lovely pic ture; he must breathe his spirit Into his wife, children, friends, and the whole surrounding circle. f ;> The first lawmaker's a'nvU was brought to Amorlcp lfi 181?. ? I

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Orchard Lands Long Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

; Orchard Lands Long Ago. The orchard lands of Long Ago! Oh, drowsy winds, awake and blow The snowy blossoms back to me And'all the buds that used to be! Blow back along the grassy ways Of truant feet and lift the haze Of happy summer from the trees That trail their tresses In the seas Of grain that float and overflow Thes orchard lands of Long Ag;i! Blow baclc tho melody that slips In lazy laughter from the lips That marvel much If any kiss Is swoeter than the apple's is. Blow back the twitter1 of the birds The lisp, the titter and the words Of merriment that found the shine Of summertime a glorlou* wine That drenched tho leaves that loved In orchard lsvnda of Long Ago! Oh, memory, alight and slnj "Whero rosy bellied pippins cling And golden .niBsets glint and gleam As in the old Arabian dream Tho fruits of that enchanted tree The glad Aladdin robbed for me! And, drowsy -winds, awake and fan My blood as when It overran A heart ripo as the apples grow In orchard lands of Long Ago! -...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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NOTICE TO QUIT. THE WHITE MAN RECEIVES. WESTERN "IDEALS" CONDEMNED. PLAIN SPEAKING FROM AN ASIATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

' NOTICE TO QUIT. THE WHITE MAN RECEIVES. "WESTERN "IDEALS" CONDEMNED. PLAIN SPEAKING FROM AN ASIATIC.' An Intelligent Hindoo, who'spent tho year 1901 In London, and has been liv ing since 1902 In tho United States, con tributes to "Tho Litht of India" a ro markablo article. It Is seldom that wo have/an opportunity of reading such a ; frank criticism" of tho white man^a ; clvllisatjon from an Asiatic. It is In teresting: alao as an illustration of . tho extent to which the victory of Japan has encouraged tho colored races to on . sort themselves against the domination of the white. Mr Bab Bharati says: "Tho attitude of Japan was the uttl "tudo-of the whole of Asia at bay, Tho gJant of Asiatic conscience, so Une wrapped in trance-sleep, has moved a limb; has by moving a. limb destroyed thousands of molesting Lilliputians^ A. moment more and tho giant will awake and, filled with rigfitcous wrath, potent with unnumbered ages of spiritual Ue- ' -votlon, will clear oiit the white hosts o...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Land Job at Forbes. THE ASSOCIATION SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

Land Job at Forbes. ' THE ASSOCIATION SECRETARY. Quite a revelation is made in the following which appeared in the "Newsletter" of the 2nd inst. which we publish, as no doubt more wilt be heard about it later on.-I ami writing to bring under your notice-, a case that was decided at "the Forbes Land Board on the 23rd! instant.. I am an old subscriber to "The Newsletter," and have -ijoifedi:). and appreciate your championship of fair play and your stand re the improvement leases. In this case I am totally uninterested, and do not know either of the parties per sonally, nor is my land in any way affected, as it is out of my district. Now these are the two men, their holdings and qualifications : -Fow ler : Present holding, 1400 acres, c.p, ; residence, 9 years; family, 6, from infancy upwards; improve ments, well improved ; area ap plied for as additional, 880 acres. Rowley : Present holding, 2450 acres, c.p.; residence, 2 years;, family, 1 grown upson not at home > just taken up; a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

"V7o already soil moro Colored Picturo Post Cards than any other firm in Australasia* To cnnblo ua to soli moro wo offer FREE PRIZES to thoeo who sell tha Cards for us at Id. oacb, or 6d. a paokot. Simply scud your irnmo and address and wo will forward you full particulars and we will forward you (J Dozen Post Cards at Id. eaoli (61') whioh you aro to sell, and when sold remit UB 6/. You can selcct your prizo from our prizo list, and will mait .. " Indies' Gold Filled Muff Chains, Ladies' Belts, Gent's Solid Sil: "Watelifcs, Gold Photo Fondants, it to you fxco of all cost. Tho prizes i Silver-mounted Purses, Fountain Pens, Silver Backed Hair Brushes, Books, Dressing Cases and many othors. The moro cards you soil the greater is tho raluo of tho prize. Don't semi any money-just.your name and itihlress. N.S.W. BOOKSTALL CO, 476 George-street, SYDNEY. Have Yotar Stilt Made in Sydney There's no reason why a man living out of tho city should not dress as well ns those resident there. Wc m...

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Picnic Races. OFFICE-BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

Picnic Races. Ol-TICE-'BIiARERS. "President - A. J. M'Laurin, Esq. Vice - Presidents : Messrs P. M. Brown and R. M'Callmu. Execu tive Committee and Stewards: Messrs S. M. Brown, A. J. M'iaurin, R. \V. M'Laurin, R. C." Bourehier, H. Y. Brown, N. :S. Brown, G. P. Thornier, A, Mackenzie, A. J. MacPhersoii. K. Thorburn, G. A. Cronfaielin, ' G. R. Plillson, H. P. Wliitty, S. ? M'Farland, and R. M'Calluiu. 'Hon Treasurer : Mr G. A. Crow melin. Secretary: Mr S 'i'lior-. .burn. Handicappers : Messrs L. Thorburn and S. M. Brown. 'Judge: Mr W" H, Brownliss. Starter : Mr J. Hearn. Weighing Steward : Mr ' \V,. "Anderson. Clerk of Course : Mr P. Dunne. The third annual meeting of the "Murray River Picnic Race Club was :lield 011 the Tocumwal course on ? Saturday. jast when despite the gloomy prospects from,a pastoralist's .point of view the attendance was [ better than could be expected arid ) the various events well represented | . Some very close finishes eventuated, ivhichwere full of interes...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

?A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER xvti. Cunning, in striving to attain tho ontl, Oft nhoots beyond the mark.-Old Play. Baron Tichoff was exceedingly ctnhar» rassed at tho command tlmfc lio had re ceived from tlio Grand Duchess Marie, to answer the enquiries of Ilouri do la Tour, respecting tlio fato of his grandfather-n command which it was equally dangerous to rofubo 01* obey. A word from the favourite daughter of the Czar, ho well know, might at any time not only deprive him of jus office, but banish him to Si beria-a country ho had nob the least desiro to visit, although he had been the willing instrument of sending hundreds to its inhospitable clime and eternal sno»vs, and never experienced n single pang of self-reproach even in his dreumo. The Imperial Government, on the o61i?r hand, watched with the greatest jealousy lest any information respecting the vic tims of his cruelty should transpire, lio had equally ;o dread its vengeance. After reflecting on tho alternative, lio deuido...

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Mick Simmons at the Easter Show. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

Mick Simmons at the Easter Show. It will be a long time before country visitors to the Sydney Easter Show cease speaking to their friends of the fine new kiosk, built like a Swiss cottage, erected by Mick Simmons as a tobacco shop, or of the " real live Yankee," exactly resembling' the familiar pictures of Uncle Sam, who strolled about in front of the big plate glass windows. Specially imported from America for the Show, and they've to keep 'im safe and ship 'im back there, or forfeit a 'undred quid," one very knowing person was heard to explain to a group of wondering young ' stcrds.' Many young ladies were fairly out-spoken in their ad miration of the costume and its wearer, and styiie foolish voung men indulged in a little chafl.but "Uncle Sam," with an air of dignity be fitting his role as representative of a mighty and friendly nation, took no notice. His star spangled white beaver, though, acted as a rallying point for all who wanted to.know where to buy a good smoke, just, as...

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CLOTTED [?]LK & LONGEVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

CLOTTED) !W) til & LONGEVITY. Tho curroiYt issuo of tho "Austra lusian Pharmaceutical Journal" stated that tho eminent French Scientist Professor Mutchnikoff-lias recently, bofore tho Pasteur Institute, still fur thor elaborated his theory that almost all infantilo-disuaso can bo provonted and tho advance of senility rotnrded to an extraordinary degree by tho con stant ,uso of clotted milk, produced by a special eulturo (lacto-bacillus) as aw article of dfct> lrroni time imnlomorial the Kaatorn i>e6ples havo used various ferments to produco this sour, or mere correctly clottod milk, and tho exiia ordinary vitality and Iongovity of tho Arabs, Armonians and .Bulgarians is, attributed.by, tlie Professor to this fact alono. After x^ars of caroful "breed ing" and '{crossing," ho has now pro duced a culture which ho claims is per fect-tho only organism known to science, capable of passing through the atomnch with unimparcd vitality and attacking and destroying tho malignant ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

PERCY 1EILL0M, Solicitor, &c., JERILDERIE. Corumjasmuer iot Taking Affidavit* in New South Wnlus and .Victoria. "Will xh\i; Finloy and Tncumwal on Hlomhly Court Days (Finley i'huisda}, Tocumwttl . 1'Viday, following 2nd .Monday), and when required. i'rust Mobeya u> Lend on approved seenritv an any amount :»t l»we«t m-nt of interest. AECHEBALD C. TUTHH.L, Solicitor &g., ATTENDS Tocumtval every Thursday Afternoon and will re main for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for. New South Wales. mackcnzie Brothers Stock Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneer^,, etc. BENIUQUIN & JERILDERIE. Stock Lists on application. Clearing and Special Sales . .inducted in ariy parr- of the Districts:-Fiolwy,Bcrricati Jerildcric, Toeumwul, Moaina, Mathoura liarham, Moulamein, and Deniiifjuio. (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL & 00. AUCTIONEERS ' UUMUKKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held at Numur £ah, Katamatite, Strathmerton, and Tocumwal Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

Take a good look at this. Cultivator, it's the Patented and Manufactured by J. T. CLOSE, at his Steam InipleiTient; Works> Finley, New South Wales. THE DISS CULTZVATOR,: 6ft WI33. .. fact ffom nia'ny other Stated . Tlie ''ipSiVC''':i5 built df iron/ and stejl, well tiracacl up and' stayed, and is mounted on throe .massive i>otr;\vheeIs. It is"pra'cticaliy inrlejtrLtctible.: Srul a postcard to- .. . , ' ??< ; '> V... ""J.. T.;_CLOSE, Fihlsy, N.S.W., for'full particulars aa'd testimonials. ? . ? : . -v . READ THIS ' .'?; Bovea Croelr, , TiinlJ. 1\ CLOSE,Fiuloy. . July2iul;.n37.i . Dtiar Sf!\-I h«ivo m-ts.vplowati'm tim^-you thofollotvia? teiii lnontyt foe your piaa Cultivator. Yo.ir One Im jjivou lua every s uh faction; it is tU^ implouisufc 111ivo ,baea lookim? fot' foryeirs. Itusl ifc all tlio yoar.in place of a plow, put my crops iti iuliilf tlu tiuVaal Biwod tbo pi-icte of Disa ia wa'"'n aud horso fosd. Ib'-worka tha t^vjati I to a lovcl.-sm-inth sarfaoo, aud m...

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Hic et ubique. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

Hie et ubique. Wheat 4s 3d Finley Shire Council meet Monday next. Jack Norton has left for England. Skuthorpe has been divorced on a petition by his wife Mr J. T. Close is advertising that he has 200 bags of oats for sale, fit for seed A meeting of the Finley Jockey Club will be held at the Terminus Hotel on Saturday e\ening next. Messrs MacKenzie Brdthers and Mr H. Tuck the auctioneers who conducted Mr T. Mitchell's sale, advertise in this issue that unless the person who removed a set of har ness used for pulling water at tbe| well, returns same within one week the matter will be placed in the hands of the police. """" The trustees of the Berrigan Re creation Reserve have accepted a tender for the erection of a pavi lion and hope to have same com pleted in time for the use of the footballers this season. Messrs Hillson and Jeffries ad vertisement on our third page is full of interest to those about to lay in a supply of winter clothing etc. The Rev E. Fox who is relieving the Rev ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908. STOCK. -The severe cold weather ive experienced in Tocutmval and Finley during.-.tbe past week is play ing havoc with stcc< in a low con dition. Many owners have teported great losses. COURSING.-The annual meeting of the Tocumvval Coursing Club will be held on Monday evening next the nth inst at Mr F. Staples' Hotel at 8p.m. Mr J. G. Wilson the hon. secretary advises us that he hassecured the following dates: June 3, July i, August 12, Septem ber y, and fortunately for the club these dates fall on a Wednesday. A full attendance of members is earnestly desired, as there is only a short time to make arrangements for the first day AUCTION SALE-To-morrow Satur day at 2 p.m. sharp Mr H. Tuck and Messrs MacKenzie Brothers will sell at the Murray Hut Hotel, Finley, the balance of stock and sundries unsold at sale held 011 account of Mr T. Mitchell. . The balance comprises thirteen light horses inclu...

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NORTHERN NIGERIA. THE HIGH COMMISSIONER. HIS GOOD SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

NORTHERN NIGERIA. THE HIGII-COMJIISSIONEn. HIS GOOD SERVICE. Sir Percy Girouard, the High Com missioner Nof Northern Nigeria, who has arrived home for a holiday, ia the most brilliant of all Lord Kit chener's brilliant young men. More over, ho is the only one of them who is said to have never been afraid of his chief. On one -occasion in Egypt, the general thought a rail way was getting on too slowly. "You must go quicker," said Lord ' Kitchener. "I can't," rep Mod Girou ard, "I am not being properly sup-' I plied with materials." "I have no !uso for a mon who says can't," re- ; turned the general, and ho sent 'Girouard to Cairo. Within a week ho recalled Girouard, and admitted \ .that he was wrong. ;i A GENIUS FOR RAILWAY LINES. ^ Sir Percy Girouard has sinco been .recognised as . the greatest railway engineer the Army has ever pro duced. He began young, on tho Canadian Pacific Railway, and at twenty-three he was traffic manager . of the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich,- . where . Kitche...

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MARRIED COUPLES FOR FARMS AND STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

MARRIED COUPLES FOR FARMS AND STATIONS: The Intelligence Department, Sydney, i Is doing a good denl towards malting the lot of the man on the land much easier tlum It otherwise would be. Amongst the Immigrants-who are reach-1 Ing the State' from week to week are n few married couples who wish to : secure positions In our rural districts. In the majority of cases these persons . have had good experience on farms In ; Great Britain, and tliey have come to [ New South Wales with the Intention of taking places on farms or stations for a few years so that thpy may gain' the knowledge wlilcli Is necessary to enable them to manage small farms for them selves later on. The wife, as a rule, Is j able to do general house work, and,! although she may not be a competent | laundress, when she lands she Is usually willing to turn her hand to this work, and in a few'' weeks she will' be thoroughly capable. The domestic ser vant problem Is thus, to.i\ great extent, solved, and, of course, the husba...

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YEARS OF HYPOCRISY. HIS LUXURIOUS HOME. HOW HE FURNISHED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

r -. ^ YEARS OF HYPOCRISY. . HIS LUXURIOUS HOME. ' HOW HE FtmNTSHED IT. How for years a trusted serynnt sys tematically robbed. Ms employer was.? described by Mr It. J). Mulr In pl'OHi'IJt- L . Ins the case for the prosecution agalust William Henry Chapman, 34, cleric to r Mr H. C. Sotheran. bookseller, ricca dlllly, who was charged at the Clerken-. well Sessions lately ?with stealing' .B25-' books valued at X.202, and' L3 8s,' the property of Ills employer. Mr Mulr said tlie accused liad been ; for nineteen years In the service of the s prosecutor,and for at least thirteen; years he utilised his position to commit''' offences, with the result he lmd lived in J a house more expensive than bis wages -1/2 10s per week-justified, had fur nished It most expensively, possessed photographic apparatus valued at about L350, had two American organs and a piano, held shares for which Ue had paid over L400, and had also dabbled in other investments with out side brokers. ~ On the prisoner's ow...

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FRANCO—BRITISH EXHIBITION. Representation of the State's Resources. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 8 May 1908

FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION. /WWWWXAA/ Representation of the State' . Resources. Mr. IT. 0. L. Anderson, the newly appointed Director of the Agriculture Department, delivered nn interesting lecture recently in Sydney on the repre sentation oC the resources oil Now South Wales at the Franco-British Exhibition to be held In London. from May to October this yenr. The lecturer com menced by reflecting on the significance of this Exhibition as compared with previous events of the kind, In view of the great purpose thnt will be achieved of cementing the already existing cn ;tento cordlnle between Great Britain and France. Passing on to a detailed description of the vnriety of exhibits that had been forwarded from the State, Mr. Anderson was ennWed, through the agency of a magnificent collection of .'lantern slides and biograpli films, to treat Ills audience to a practical Illus tration of our 'pastoral, agricultural, mining, dairying, and manufacturing Industries. A feature of the State's r...

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