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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XIX.—Continued [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

ad \ et -_J -A TALE OF 'THE CRIMEA, 'CHAPTER XIX.-Continued ,'Sohlussolborft. is Ail ftUcibnfc i'^rttwss, (formerly belonging to Suction, built u0 . on, a rook closo to tlio ttiurcA'of tho Nova', . .?a fountain which rises from tho hottoTrt ?of Lake Ladoga-. It Vitfnsists of a group *>1: buildings, fiuhxMridcd by a wall, and ^onitains, .ocijiuOs tho prison, tho reai I ^onco^fNllVft .uovcrnor und a singular old t church, tfi which ni'o sovornl rcmarkablo : manVuVients. ^ j ;vorfernl FioldbftRh -was promenading Xntn.several of his officers on tho margin l'-w hib island domain, when a boat, how I -'cd by six mon, drow near to tho shore. I As it did not display oithor tho Admir 1 alty flag or that of tlio police, for several minutes ho was pulled to understand so unusual a circumstance, all boats bo ing .strictly pipffioited from approaching within a cortaindistanco of the placo. "Fishermen," observed ono of tho group. 1 "They linvo no nots," objected a so oond. A -third raised his g...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

Race Club. A general committee meeting; of the Tocumwal Race .Club was held at F. Staples' Hotel 011 Saturday afternoon last when the following were present : - Messrs R. 'W. M'Laurin, G. R. Jeffries, G. A. Crommelin, F. Staples, H. Casey, R. M'Callum andS. Thorburti (sec.) Owing to the.unavoidable absence of the President1, Mr S. Brown, who was detained in Melbourne 011 busi ness, Mr R. W. M'Laurin was voted to the chair on the motion of Messrs G. R. Jeffries and R. M'Cal lum. - ' It was resolved to hold a race meeting during the winter on a date to be fixed by the Secretary, who was deputed to [ascertain what dates ? had been decided on by Jerilderie and Deniliquin. Messrs S. Brown G. Hillson, F.' Staples, G. Crommelin and H. Casey were elected as a sub-committee to draw up a programme not to exceed £60. "Why not use Chamberlain* a 1'aiu Balm wlieu you Imvo rhomutism ? Wo feci sure that tho result, will bo prompt and satisfactory, Ouo application relieve* tho pain, and many liavo ...

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AN INCORRIGIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

AN INCORRIGIBLE. Why is it, asked a -young mother, that personal cleanliness is < a,.. taste only acquired . with > years ? My. babies have boon scrubbed' from' infancy up wards, till you wouldn't think- thoy could endure a spock of dirt.* And all I seem to have accomplished is a re gard for outside appearances. Tho other day my husband 'phonod mo from the offico that ho wanted to take Jack to a matinee "performance,. and asked me to have, him ready and > at the suburban station in half an hour. Jack,was wild with joy, and ,1: sent him upstairs to dress. After fif teen minutes he appeared, his face . wearing an' expression of keenest, anxiety, as ho asked: "Oh, mother, may I wear gloves, or. must I wash my hands

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Water for Finley. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

Water for Finley. I For some time past the residents of Finley have been hopeful of get ting ;i supply of fresh water from the bore which was sunk by Messrs Hardy Brothers in 1902 under contract wih the Government. Some months ago the residents upon representations made by Mr W. Tindale of the Murray Hut Hotel inspected the bore and ob tained water from the pipes, which was- rather dirty in appearance, but after being allowed to settle for a day it became as clear as gin and perfectly palatable. | The Shire Council was then re quested to move in the matter and put 011 a temporary pump with a view to testing the supply, and this was done last week under the super intendence of Mr Callaway (the engineer) and Mj C. Lawson, in the presence of a number of the towns people who, naturally were much interested. Mr D. Hamilton, of Ulupna Farm, very generously placed his engine at the disposal of the engineer. The pipes are about 900 feet down and the water was within 100 of the surface, thus...

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EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

(By "ITA,") Of nil tlio gala days and colohrn tions that England and hor dopondon oioa obsorvo, porliaps thoro is not one that holds moro significance, both from an historical and Bontimontal point of vlow, than that which is sot apart as tlio Empiro's natal day. Strictly spoaking, of courso, this titlo is cor rect only in, a moasuro, for whon ono' endeavours to fix a spocifio day or dato as tho absolute timo whon tho world's groateBt ompiro sprang into oxistouco and supremacy, tho task assumes diffi culties that could only bo solved by tlio groatost historians of our time. Tho gradual dovolopmont of England, that tight littlo island which is tho envy, of all othor powers,1 tho building up' of hor imporial resources, tho sproad of hor humano and civilising influonco, and tho growth of hor dopondoncics, ono by one, slowly but Buroly, spells out to tho world for all timo an histori cal lesson that has not boon surpassed i ovon whon,Rome was in tho making. To-day tho British Empire, wh...

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PENSION FOR A DESCENDANT OF BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

PENSION FOB A DESCENDANT OF BURNS. The Intimation that Mr James Glen cairn Thomson,only surviving grandsoy of the poet Burns, ia likely to be" gra^i ? ted a Civil List pension has been re ceived with much satisfaction by aci ni Jrors th« bard. Mr Thomson (writes the ,'7y««trainster Gazette"), who is in -hi» eightieth year, ha.*? been in some what reduced circumstances for a con slder&ble tirnn. : A number of influential gentlemen have Interested themselves in him, arid he will now bo placed above, the possibility of want, in'this connec tion it mfty-.be.recalled that in July of last year Mrs Sarah Burns Hutchinson and Miss Annie Beckett Burns, Chelten ham, were granted Civil Ldst pensions of L100 each in consideration of the emi nence of their grandfather. . Preference Is too creat a thing foi England's present rulers to grasp. Oui Colonics have offered to Britain ono ol tho most magnificent gifts ever offered to any people, and. the offer has beer refused.-"Morning Post/' H...

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HYACINTH PERFUME. LADIES BEWARE. IT WEAKENS THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

HYACINTH PERFUME. I LADIES BEWARE. IT'"WEAKENS THE HEAHT. . . Until- lately few'cases of serious heart failure due to the presence of hyacinths in living rooms have been recorded. The latest a Instance is that of, a healthy young girl la Bromley, ICent, who'after sitting- for a couple of hours ln_a room in which there were several pots of these plants, begun to feel some-, what faint. Twp hours later, after she had gone home, she fell Into a deep sleep. The doctor in attendance stated that the defective heart action leading to the insufficient supply of blood to the brain, which caused the fainting, was duo to the effect of the hyacinth scent, on the nerves which regulate the heart's action. - "Heavily scented florwers," writes a medical correspondent, referring.to this caso, "should never bo kept in any living room which is .not well ventilated. The heavy feeling which'too ipany flowers In a close room are apt to give is due to a slightly depressant action on the heart. If the h'ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

ffc NIEILLON, >«>i;chor, kc.. .1 £ » I -i. ,D £?'..«? / £ . c»utii-."V' r,K"" SfW VK iilrt YiCJ<» '.« "Will vivit : Kinl^v iit-n T< ClmiMrtl '11 Monthly D.iya Tocnmwal K'idav, following (2nd MoihIhvj, and when required. Xrusc Moneys to I>nd on approved secmity la any amount Invent <"****? m ruffw oL iitcrest. ARCHIBALD C. TUTHILL, Solicitor &c., ATTENDS Tocumwal every ' Thursday Afternoon and- will re main for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for J New South Wales. I : __ _ I IftackcRZic BrotDcrs Stock Station and Financial ...Agents and Auctioneers, etc. DEN1L1QUIN & JERILDERIE. Stock Lists on application. " Clearing and Special Sales ..onducted in "aoy part of ib« Districts:--lMDluy, Berneau Jerilderic, Tocuimvul, Mouma, Muthoura J&rhatn, Moulamein, and Deniiiquio, {H. IXOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL &C0., AUCTIONEERS NUMUEKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held at Numur lah, Katamatite...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

SOMETHING REALLY NEW! THE CROP MAKER. Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the 661 Patented and Manufactured by J. T. CLOSE, at his Steam Implement. Works, Fmley, New South Wales, THE "IDEAL" DISC CULTIVATOR Gffc WIDE. Did-yon ever sea a better proportioned or .metre simple-looking Implement It is just as good as :rit looks', -jit is.made- right, -works right, and is not an untried' experiment. ' -it has-a record'UN'1'' SURPASSED-bv ativ like tool on the market. Its. praises- are sounded from all parts-of the State in iact fromfffian'y other States . ';v- - . The-:"I:D1SAL " is built of iron and steel', well ..braced up and ';staged,' and is mounted 011-'three :inassiue ir^h'wheels. I: is prac:ically.indes't'ra:£ibie.. Send a post card to J. T. CLOSE, Finley, >T.S-.\V., for full particulars and testimonials. READ ' THIS i? Sir,-Xlnvi urui p'.aisirj ia .-ratal for .vo it \)i*> V xltiv it > ?. Yo xv 1 '. faction; Ihivo bjsa u wii"!»'kSi HISSiSHsS". with six hjr?3^ ail wi...

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Forest Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

Forest Commission. It will be remembered that a few weeks ago members of the foiot commission passed through Toami waleir route for Deniliquin for the purpose of collecting evidence in re gard to forests. Appended will be. found the evi dence which was taken and the value of it may be judged withouf any trouble, 'file cost of the com inissoii. vjould be more interesting to the public, as the result of tlieir inquiries were never in doubt either by the small or large land-holders. The evidence taken ijj Deniliquin by the Royal Commission (Hon. A Kethel, President; Messrs Freeman and Curtis, members) in February has now been made available for publication. Below we publish the evidence tendered by Alfred Jameson, land agent, Deni liquin, sworn, and examined : President - Have you resided long in the district ? I have re sided here for 38 years, and gene rally speaking, -I know the belts of timber country in the district. Mr Wiishire- Knowing the tim ber areas do you think any of the f...

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Tocumwal Guardian FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908.. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

Tocumwal Guardian1 FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908. . STATION KKQUIKHMENTS. - A few of Ine residents of Tocutnwal : took advantage of the visit oi Mr I Barber (railway officer) to our town I on Tn-ifiil.iy evening last, and asksd for several very neetssarv^ adjuncts to the local railway station. 1 he first request was for a weigh-bhd^e and Mr Barber personally was favorable to granting same, bin said lie could only place the matter before liis superior officers with a suggestion that it be entertained favorably. The deputation also asked for bet ter facilities for unloading stock, so that tfiree sheep vans, or more could be unloaded at one. time. Mr Barber said, from his experience gained from observations and re ports he did not favor gang-boards, and was of the opinion that the ordinary race as provided was sufficient to meet all requirements, therefore he would not recommend the commissioners to accede to the request. Cr 1 Quirk'' asked that the floor ...

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ALONE WITH A MADMAN. A WOMAN'S VIVID STORY. HOW SHE FARED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

ATONE WITH A MADMAN. A WOMAN'S VIVID STORY. ' HOW SHE FARED. Mrs Elizabeth Gape, of Carlisle street, Llsson Grove, giving: evidence In a Lon don Police" Court on 17^h February against her husband, a laborer, who Is accused of seriously wounding her, told a vivid story of their encounter. The prisoner Is supposed to be Insane, and his wife had been living apart from him since October. On Sunday evening, 2nd February, she was alone in her room, she said, putting her tea things away, when.the door was opened gently and slammed to imme diately with a bang. She turned round, thinking it was one of her children, and to her horror found herself confronted by her husband. He looked wildly all round the room, and then said, "Good evening, Bessie. Give me a cup of tea." So terrified was she by his manner that she was unable to reply. He stood for a minute with both his hands behind him, and then rushed at her and stabbed her on the nose. She screamed and held- down her head, thinking his inte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. THE following Crown Lands have been . gazetted as available for Settlement on the dates given below : ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD SELECTION ' CARCOAR LAND DISTRICT, 2,490& acres in five blocks, in aroas ranging from 283i to 808 acres, distant 6 to 8 miles from Cnr coar and 9 to 11 miles from Blaynoy ; an nual rents for first torm from £7 10a. 8d. to £12 12s. 8d. Available, 14th May, 1903. (H.S. Area No. 1,042). NOTE.-In, lieu of notification in Gazette of 8th April, 1908, in which tho areas, and consequently the capital valuos, annual rents, and survey fees wore stated to bo subject to alteration. SPECIAL AREA ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE ONLY: ALBURY LAND DISTRICT, 150 and 1002 acres, being portions 66 and 68, situated 3i to miles from Gormanton, parish Mountain Creek, county Goulburn ; suit able for agriculture; prioos, 57s. Cd. and 62s. 6d. por acre, rospeotivoly. Available, 4th Juno, 1908. ALBURY LAND DISTRICT, 123.2'and 100 aores, boing portions 67 and 69,...

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MASTER BURGLAR. "FRIEND" OF POLICE. HOW HE RAIDED A FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

MASTER BURG1AR. "FRIEND" "OF POLICE, HOW HE RAIDED A FLAT. "Professor Moriarty," depicted by Sir Conan Doylo in "Sherlock Holmes,", who crouched in a web of crime, has a living counterpart ln..jpscph Hepburn, who, as reported yesterday (21st February) was sentenced at the Newington Sessions to three and a half, years' penal servitude. Liko *'MoTiarty'\ Hepburn, referred to by the eight burglars (one a negro) ho employed as "Manuel," simply "pulled tho strings," subordinates carrying out the daring schemes he evolved. Within five months ho planned close upon twenty, robberies in South-West London. Recently his subordinates fell, one by one, into the net of the law, un til ho himself was obliged to take part in an ingenious ..hop robbery in Putney, when q smarts detective, Sergeant Davies, who. had been following, caught him in the act. Only twenty-five, "Manuel" was agile, well spoken, and cunning to a degree. His '"headquarters" were never known. He moved from point to point, some t...

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THROUGH PORT STEPHENS AND THE MYALL LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

THROUGH PORT STEPHENS AND THE MYALL LAKES. New SOUTH Waives is , GO abundantly equipped-., with tourist resorts that many of tlio most beautiful aro ovon yet but littlo known. Tlio Blue Moun tains and tlio South Coast stand very high in. the estimation of tlio holiday inalier, and, in the past have succeeded in- attracting thousands of visitors at J holiday time; but thoro lies, within comparatively .easy distanco of Sydney, a beauty' spot . which combines the towerine peaks and yawning valloys of the BIuo .Mountains with tho roaring ocean and tlio - quiet, slowly-moving , rivers of -tho - South . Coast. Port ! Stephens and tho Myall Lakes are oom- i parativply unknown, to tho vast body1 of tourists, yet they provide a variety of .attractions that will, mako them intensely popular as their oharms be come moro widely, known. A tourist party, undor tho auspices of tho Govern ment Tourist Bureau, spent.tho Easter in * exploring tho waters of Port Stephens and tho lakes, and everyone wa...

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THE SICILIANS. WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN. A LONDON TRAVESTY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

THE SICILIANS. WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN. A LONDON TRAVESTY. "D.C." writes, in the "Daily Mall" of 7tli March: The scene In Piccadilly was a strange one. My old friend Colonel Bfazes was gazing through the railings of tho Qrcbn Park; tears were falling down his wen ther-beaten, club-rwom face. "Blazes," said I, "what is the mat ter?" "II prima vera commeocito,' los angl celll divertisslma in jocundo," he re plied. "Man,".sald I, taking hold of his arm, "are you mad? What language 1h that?" ,He turned to me, gazed for a sccond. up and down the street, and said, "My dear chap, it's the best I can do." "The best you can dol What is it all about?" "It's my nearest approach to Sici lian," he whispered. "The newest thing. We're* all going to do it." '' I noticed then that the Colonel was dressed In a manner quite unusual for him. He carried a rough ash stick, wore heavy boots, and thick, rough, tweeds. He saw my wonder, and immediately enlightened me. "No more tight waists,% no more stiff collars...

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SIR DAVID GILL AND THE ASTROLOGER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

SIB DAVID GUIi AND THE ASTROLOGER. Sir David Gill, the astronomer, in an interview in "Great Thoughts," was asked as to whether . therti. was any scientific basis for astrology. He re plied: "Not the remo.test. How is it posslbe that there could be any? I regard all the predictions of astrology as tho purest rubbish?" It would bo impossible, Sir David added, to avoid predictions being fulfilled now ind again if they were made on a sufll- : clcntly wide basis. But "the charla-1 tans who make these predictions know very well that they are only humbug-; glng tho public, and tho public Is tho i most gulliblo creature it is possible to I imagine. Look at the people who are j running after cranks of»vorious kinds, and you . will see that people can be gulled upon any subject whatever, one has only to bo Impudent enough and .uough, and people will be lieve you." ., '

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Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS. ...J ? Berrigan, Sundays,'Wednesdays,. Fridays, it a.m. Finley, daily at i; a.m. Jerilderie. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, n a.m. Sydney, Tuesdays, Thursdays,, and Saturdays at II a.m. and p.m. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, 2 p.m. . Demliquin, Tuesdays and Fridays 5 ?.«.' Barooga and Mulwala, 1 ueaiays, Thursdays, and Saturdays; 9 p.m. Yarroweyah, Cobram, Nuraur kah, Melbourne, daily at 3.40 p.m.. DEPARTURES. Barooga and Mulwala, Mondays, Wednesdays, and-Fridays, 9 a.m., Fitiley and Sydney, daily 4 p.m. Berrigan, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 4 p.m. Deniliquin, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, 6 a.m. Tuppal Mail, Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, at 6 a.m. Yarroweyah, Cobram, Numurkali and Melbourne, daily at 11.10 a.m.

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

The Rainfall. Tlie following shows in points the rainfall as' recorded officially at the Tocumwal Post Office January ... .... ... o February ... ..: ; ... 51 March / ... 26 April ... 42 May ... ..." -? .' 43 323

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THE COMPLETE CATECHIST AS IN INDIA. MILITARY RED TAPEISM. (For the instruction of Officers in the important duty of strict and faithful adherence to Service Regulations.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 22 May 1908

THSi CfllPLE-TS GATECHIST . AS ,IN. INDIA. - MILITARY U15D TAPEISH.^ (Fin" Uio Instruction of Ollicors in tho, Important 'duty o! strict and. faith ful ndhcrcnco to Sprvico Jlegula . tions,) . Qubslion.; Who aro you ? Answer:. 1- am President. of.,a Gar rison 'Board. Q.J Of whom does. your. (Garrison Board, consist ? ' A,:.,.Of.'.myself and tvfp. othor. offl ,ccrs. . Q.'. When you spoak of a Garrison -Hoard, does it,;nifljin anything more .'important., .than an inordinary Regl mental . Board? ? . A.: $I6tMhocossarily ; .hut it. costs j ?more, as,. some...of ,ui3, have had to como forty-.mijes -by. train. I , Q,: Is the.question which you havo comd. forty ..miles, by. train .to doliber uto upon aii important, question? A.: It is a very (important question, (J.: What is it? | A,: To, decldo who is ,to pay ono andrXoui'Pence. . ~ Q,: How has the. necessity for tho pnyii.ent : of this, one-and-fourponco arifcun?. A.: Out of the fracture of a. bicyclo brackot spindle. <? Q.:- ...

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