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Good Cheer. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

Good Choor. Havo you had a kindness shov/nT Pass it on. 'Twas ndt given for you alone; ' . Pass it on. 5>t It truvol down the years, Let it wlpo another's tears, TUJ ir heaven tho doed appear«j Tusa It on. ; ;. -Selected. Don't laugh over otlior people's mis takes-you. Boon may bo caught trip ping. Dori'tv quarrel with* circumstances or fret over what cannot bo altered. 4 Don't decide that "charity" is a great mistake, heoauso ybu have some times been imposed upon. Don't oxpoct big things from a small mind.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT THE EMPIRE DAY MOVEMENT MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

WHAT THE EMPIRE DAY MOVEMENT MEANS. The liar'. ( f Meath, founder of the Empire Day movement, writes: The movement, which is in maid. oil the watchwords "Responsibility. Duty, Sympathy aiH .-»:i/-s .-rilice, now influences sonic- schools and some .1,(100,000children 11)rough out the King-Iinipeior's dominions, while last year's "Empire day" was observed by about IUMOO/H10 of' loyal British subjects. Thes» four " words, "Responsibility, Duty, Sympathy and Self-sacrifice," ex press the spirit which will ensure the defence, honor, and well being . of the \yhole Empire, and of each. of the States which constitute the Empire ; but still more do they* express the living spirit' which, should preserve it from the fate i which has befallen the empires of i the past. These were founded and I maintained by" force; the British | Empire is founded by freedom, and | we trust may endure, not only be I cause the common interests tliat' | bind it together, but because of the common spiritual princi...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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If In Loving, Singing. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

If In Loving. Singing. If In loving; singing, night and day, . Wo could trifle rherrily life away, Like atoms dancing in tha beam. Like,day flies skimming o'er the stream, Or summer blossoms, born to sigh Their sweetness out and die, '.* How brilliant, thoughtless, side by* side, Thou and I could make our minutes gild* No atoms ever glanced so bright, NQ day flies over danced so light, . Nor summer blossoms mixed their sigh 80 close as thou and I. -Thomas Moore,

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Shire Conference [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

Shire Conference At the conference of Shire Coun cillors a resolution was ^carried ap pointing a committee to dra.% up rules for a shire association, and the committee's report was subse quently received and adopted in the following form.: Name-The association _ shall be called the Shires' Association ot New South Wales. Scope-To deal with all matters failing within the scope of tbeAocal government act, ordinances, aid regulations, and all acts in correla tion therewith. To Seal with all litigation which Has a general application to |-he in terpretation, meaning, and working of the above Act, in contradistinc tion to any litigation undertaken by shires locally. The submission to the local government board, however con Wed, or other government de partments, at the wishes of the shires generally. Corporate action in pr<^}dl"{? shires at the least expense with iVit they may require. ' , ? "'^Corporate action ill dealing with Insurance asjaflecting shires. , Corporate action ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Just a Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

Just a -Girl. Many a throne has had to fall For a girl, . Just n girl. Many a king: has had to crawl For a girl, Just a girl. When a hero goes to war ITo may battle for the.right,. But-'tis likelier by far ; That he sallies forth to fight For a,girl, . j \ * . Jisat a girl. Papa murmurs! with dismay: "What! A-girl! . Just a girl!''. Ah, but wj?.y- the sadness .the^e, "Why the bitterness displayed? Some day'some strong man will swea* That the great round world' waa made ? ' For a. girl. Just a girl. Why did Adam,take the bite? , ' For a girl, Just a girl. Oh, would heaven still bo bright And \Vould any good man car© To achieve it If ho might Never claim forever there Just a girl. Glorious girl! -Corsican Democrat-Truth.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Tocumwal Athletic Club. Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

locumwal Athletic Club. Statement: of-Receipts and Ex penditure for 1908. Receipts:-Balance on hand from 1907, £4; Donations, £4 3s ; Sale of' the right of meetings, £\ 15s_; Sale of booth, £l ; Sale of member's tickets, £\T 4s . 6d ; Gate receipts and sale of programmes, £4 5s 6d ; Proceeds of ball, £3 0s lOd ; Ifoni ination and' acceptance fees, :i£8'14s <jd ; Total, £14 3s 4d. ExpenditureRegistratration of Club with N.S.W. A.L. £1; Pound age 011 Postal Notes, 7d ; Stamps, 8^; Stationery, 3s 7d; L. Jensen & Co's account, 16s lid; Tele -phone, 5d ; Handicapper's fee, 10s ?6d ; Printing-1 "Guardian" £2 19s <>d ; "Courier," 12s6d ; Timber for hurdles, 4s 4d ; Hire of tarpaulins, 5s; Gatekeeper's fees, W. Ryan. -5s; Sand carting, 3s; Rubber stamp and pad, 5s 3d ; Refresh ments at settling, 12s ; Prize-money, : £29 10s r Credit-balance as per Bank book, £6 6s 9d; Total, £44 ? -3s 4d. "Woods* Great Peppermiut Cnro, y. Jor cougba and Colds, uovor fnilv. ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

PERCY MEILLON, Solicitor. &c., J £ f? I l. b £ fi> / £ . ComiitNMouer lor T:»Un-.y Athilavr*.* in Sew South Wult'n an»l Vjhou.i Will *vi"h. Kinli-y T..iuw»»I .n Muiwhlj Cnui't l>.* v?i (vn»Uy TocuijuvhI 1**I iony, fullowmg -».! Moiidux), aad when refjuneil, lVuaO Mounts to Lr»nH oi) apurowii seomity in any amount wt J »wi>i '**?*.* »t r*t»M of interest, _ ARCHIBALD 0. TUTHILL, Solicitor &c ATTENDS. Tocumwal every Thursday Afternoon unci will re ' maiu for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wale#. Iftackenzie Brothers Stock Station and Financial. Agents and Auctioneers, etc. DENILIQU1N & JERILDERIE. Stock Lists on application. Clearing nwl. Salop .inducted in any imri of ili« Districts :-ImdIwv, lic'miran JenMer/e. Toeiw/H'aJ, .Moam;?, Mutbowm l>avham, MouUniciti, unil Dcii)lii|uiL, (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL Co7, AUCTIONEERS NUMUBKAH (Vic). afcd TOCUMWAL. Kegular Stock Sales held at. Kumur iah, Kaiamatut, Strathmer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

SOMETHING -REALLY NEW4aJimSRQP MAKER. Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the Patented and Manufactured by J. T. CLOSE, at his Steam Implement Works, Finley, New South Wales. $ -J.fi | YA jn JA *? E&u.rrrrfa ... ; .^sssS^'j^ SKjJ . . TEH "TD33AL." DISO CTJ'..TITATOPo, 6ft' WIDE. ~y Did you ever see a better .proportioned- or' more simplo-tooktug Implement ? It is-just as good as it looks. It.is iiiaile ri^lit,,works right, and is -not an untr.ed experiment.'. It has a* record UN .SURPASS'SP'.bjrau'y like tool 'on the marks: Its'praises are sounded' from allp.irts of the State iu :fact from many other Stales ? ' .V..Th?V"TOg AI,-'is.btailt of iron and steel, well braced up and stayed, and is mounted oil three massive iron Aril-ids. ' Ic is j>rac:i,allyl iiii'l^sc'ru.-tiDle. a posjt card.to-' ..' . ., . ? .* ' J. T.: CLOSE,'.Kinlty, Nr.S. vV.. for fujl particulars a:ul testimonials; HEAD 'THIS TWICE. mouinl for yo: ^ faction; it Is the iinjilouiout I li ive been looki...

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Finley Common [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

FInley Common A general meeting of the trustees of the above Common was held oil Friday evening last, when the fol lowing were present:-Messrs J. Close, P. Wells, M. Langtryand the secretary The only important correspon dence received was a letter from the Department of Agricuture, Sydney, addressed to the Chairman, as fol io %v.-i:- I 1 Sir,-With reference to the com plaints made by Mr E. Boyd on the management of Finley Common and to which you replied on 13th April, 1908, I have the honor to inform you that Mr Boyd has been advised that the Trustees' statements in reply to his charges liave been accepted as satisfactory. I have, etc., J. D. Stewart, Chief Inspector ot block. An application was received from Mr W. Tiudale, asking to be placed upon the Commoners' roll. This application was made some consider able time ago, but was held over. It was decided to advise Mr Tiudale that his request could not be granted. The herdsman was instructed to block up all hollow logs and burn dow...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

Tocumwal Guardian AND " FINLEY. FREE PRESS. (Established 1S97.) FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1908. CHURCH.-The Presbyterian Su n dav school anniversary .will be held in the "Fulton" Church 011 Sunday next. Services will take place duriiig the afternoon and evening. Presbyterian service will be held in Hillson's Hall, Tocunnval, 011 Sunday afternoon next at 3 olclock. The preacher will either be the Rev. Fox or the Rev. Crawford, M.A. The Rev R. C. Oakley will preach iii the Tocumwal Methodist Church on Sunciay next at 11 a.m. Sub ject.-"A battle without a sword." On June 7th service will he held at Tocumwal, at the same hour, and at Finlcv, in the School of Arts at 3-i5 Dr. Warren returned to Berrigan 011 Tuesday night from a hurried trip through Banana-land. He is ?well pleased with that portion of the Commonwealth Messrs F. Hoyle and Co, sold the grazing rights for twelve months of the Finley Racecourse on Saturday morning last by auction, the price realised, viz. £7.(3 being a record for the ...

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SMARTNESS. KIPLING'S TALE TO STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

SMARTNESS. KIPLING'S TALE TO STUDENTS. Rudyard Kipling concluded his recent address to the students of M'Glll Uni versity with an attack on "smartness." He said:- . "Whenever and wherever you find one of your dear little, playmates showing signs of smartness in his wdfjc^'his talk, or his play, take him tenderly by' the hand, by both hands, by the 'bWck' oC . the neck, If necessary, and lovingly; playfully, but firmly lead h!m;,'to d knowledge of higher and more interest ing things." Afterward Mr Kipling told a' story about a smart man. "This man," he said, "owned* a dry goods store, cmd one ^day, to his great disgust, he heard a new clerk say to a lady: ' i " 'No, madam; we have not had any for a long time.' . "With a fierce glance at the clerk the smart employer rushed up to the, .'lady and said: ; " 'We have plenty In reserve, ma'am; plenty upstairs.' "Lady and clerk looked dazerf, and af terward the smart proprietor learned that the clerk's remark had been 4n answer to the lady'...

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The Old Sort. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

The Old Sort. I wonder if the robin sings up in the ap 'pie tree, ' . > I wonder if his song's the samo as what . . it used 'to be, And if far down tho dusty road upon a summer day There's anybody wishing when ho sees a load of b'ay. I wonder if the willow bends above tho j swljnming pool The way it did ono day when I forgot to ' go to school, ' Andrif the honeysuckle sends abroad Its perfumo sweet . Where berry-briers lurk .to wound sorao boy with shoeless feet. Tho men I know are good and true; tho men that men should be, And yet there's apmethirig lacking in their worth, it .<oems to me^ For they could never trudge .or romp or climb the whole day through And fill the world with Joyous shouts like ' friends whom once I knew. -Selected.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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SUGAR HEADACHES. EXCESS IN SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

SUGAR HEADACHES.*; EXCESS IN SWEETS. The "sugar headaches" and bilious . attacks resulting from eating sugar and sweet foods In excess, described by a medical writer In the "British Jledical Journal," have aroused a certain amount of controversy In medical - circles. A London practitioner In an inter view said: "Sugar Is one of our most Important and necessary foods, but like everything else it can be abused as well as used. Sugar Is the great energy pro ducer, and no diet Is complete without a fair percentage of It Sugar has one drawback as a food, even when taken In moderation. This is its 'cloying' effect on the appetite. If eaten be tween meals, the appetite Is satlsliccl before enough real nourishment has . been taken, so the other elements of >i healthy diet, the proteids and fats, may be neglected iiml the body tuny sullVr. "In the diet chart given by the writer of tho article he mentions- tlint his patient tnkes;, eleven teaspooufuls. of ' sugar daily besides other sweets...

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Auguries. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

Auguries. A robiu redbreast In. a-cage Puts all heaven In a rage;'-* A dove house flUed with cloves and plgeona Shudders hel! through all Its regions. A dog starved at his master's gate Predicts the ruin of the state;''. A game cook clipped and armed for fight 'Doth the rising sun affright; A horse misused upon the road. . _Calls to heaven for human bloody, Every wolf's and lion's howl Raises from hell a human soul; Each outcry of the hunted-haro A fiber from the brain doth tear; A skylark wounded on the wing. Doth mflko a chcrub ceaso to sing; - . He who shall hurt the Uttlo wren Shall never be beloved.by men; . Ho who the ox to wrath hus moved Shall never be by woman loved; He,"who shall train tho horse to war Sh&U never pass , tho Polar bar. The wanton boy that kills the 'fly Shall feel the spiders enmity; He who torments the chafer's sprite Weaves a bower in endless night. The caterpillar on the leaf Hop eats to thee thy mother's grief; * Tho wild deer wandering here and...

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TO ENDURE EACH OTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

TO ENDURE EACH OTHEIt. Aristotle defined riinn as a political animal.' What be meant was that man was a being destined to live In society. What was political science? It was a science designed to teach men to on tlure each otliex^-to live In society-n nil the political sciences had for their prin cipal object' tho promotion of peace among the nations, and the ameliora tion, as far as possible, of the material and morul condition of Individuals.-M. Gnmbon, French Ambassador lu Lon don. ?

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SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY. A FEW TRUTHS. INDISCRIMINATELY SCATTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY. " ? A.FEW TRUTHS. INDISCRIMINATELY' SCATTERED.. Our old friend "Mnnnadiike" states a' 'few aphorisms to Laily Betty In Loii idoa "Truth" of lltli March, In lils char acter as "Llnkriian." The unexpressed" woman's proverb, dear I.aily Betty, IsMan is money. > The Englishman's house is his custle; the Englishwoman tAday Imagines her house is her prison. \ It is a new contention o£ woman here that she Is loo good Lo be-true! The'nlgid concealment of her imper fections is woman's lirst law ; nun has wore the courage of his defects. The great advantage to man In mar riage is ihut It protects him from his pleasures. . ... - The petticoat In need Is n petticoat In deed; however masculine a woman is, she reverts to the woman when neces sary. .. ; 1 "I accepted my husband," recently said a woman, "that I might flirt with the men I refused." - ''I am for law and ol'der," said an other ; "J gave my husband _ the law, <nul the judge gave me the Order Abso lule."...

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RUSSIAN IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

RUSSIAN IN ENGLAND. The appeal to English people on be half of the proposed Rousseau memo rial at Ermenonvllle recalla to the "Manchester Gyardlan" the curious epi sode of Rousseau's first and last visit to England. It was in 1706, when Rous seau was well on In life. He came over 1 with his admirer Hume, who did the honors of London for his eccentric I friend. George III., then a young" Kin#, I was so pleased that Rousseau had come .that he settled a pension, on him, A I refuse was found for Rousseau in a I house at Wootton, near Ashbourne. 1 Many troubles followed. Rousseau knew no English, and was isolated and miserable? he violently quarrelled with Hume, and at last became possessed I by the hallucination that people were plotting against his life. He fled back to Franco early in 17C7f having written part of the "Confessions" during his I winter in* Derbyshire,

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Finley Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

Firiley Post Office. Mails close at the Office as fol lows : Daily ? For Sydney, T. P.O. south west, IJarandera, Jerilderie and Berrigan, at 7 a.m. Train leaves at 7.35. Daily - For Melbourne and :T.qcuni\val,.at 8 a.m. Coach leaves at 8.30. ,®or Denjliqvun, pn Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 7.30 p.m. Gbach leay.es jit.8, ; For Pine Hills,''Fridays only, at 7.30 p.m. For jerilderje v^i Springfield, on Tuesdays^ Thursdays, and Satur days, at 6.30 p/ro. Coach leaves at 7'.p.m.' ARRIVALS From Sydney, T.P.O. south west, Narandera, Jerilderie, and Berrigan, at 7.10 p.m. ~daily. From Melbourne and Tocumwal, at 7 p.m. daily.. I From Deniliquin on Wednesdays, Fridays, at 12.30 a.m. 1 On Sun day at 4 p.m. From Pine Hills, on Sundays, at 4 p.m. " From Jerilderie, on Tuesdays,, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 8.30 a.m. M. W. CLIFFORD, ' Post- Master. '

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AM ACADEMY OF ARTS. THE LEGION OF HONOR SCHOOL. A PRACTICAL FRENCH ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

AM ACADEMY OF ARTS, THE LEGION OF HONOR SCHOOL A PRACTICAL FRENCH ESTAB . : . USHMENT. Tha Legion ot Honor School lor Girls at Saint Denis- Is, wo nil know, art academy of arts. Music, drawing, de clamation,and twice a weelc plain cook ing are taught there In a superior man ner. Attention Is also paid to gymnas tics, department, and dancing. Life at school la by no mean3 so?l or elegant. But It has austere dignity and ennobling features. It Is not a nursery for those Instincts which: so largely enter Into the composition of the petite maitresse. Tho cloisters where tho pupils play In wet weather have a very,grand and yet an uncrowning aspect/To be dally in these cloisters ought to be In Itself an educa tion. The grounds, which extend far Into the country, and are the most ex-, tensive of any school grounds In France, are In the old-tashloned French stylo, are also extremely Imposing, and not too formal. Of a pleco.wlth them and tho cloisters are the refectory, hall corridors, and-do...

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Tocumwal Post Office. Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 29 May 1908

Tocumwal Post Office. AKKIVAI.S. Kerrigan, Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays, n a.m. I-inlcy, daily at TI a.m. jeriiderie, Yu-s-ttiiy}., Thursday.), ' aim Sauniiuys, u u.m. Sydney, Tuesday-, Thursdays, ami Saturdays i,t n a.m. and p.m. Tuppal Wail, Tuesdays, Thurs day, and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Deniliquin, Tuesdays and Fridays 5 p.m. Barooga and Mulwala, Tuesdays,. Thursdays, and Saturdays, 9 p.m. Yarroweyah, Cob ram, Nttnmr kali, Melbourne, daily at 3.40 p.m. DEPARTURES. Earooga and Mulwala, Mondays, .Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9 a.m. Finley and Sydney, daily 4 p.m. Berrigau, 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, Kumurkalv and Melbourne, daily at n.ioa.tu.

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