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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XXIV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

A TALE OF THE CRIMEA, CITAPTEIl Continued. 1 "I do not know tho word/' said Alexin, firmly; "misery has taught mo to lor^ot it. "Listen to mo," she continued; "nay, I do not foar your weapon, for I, too, inn armed-you must either procure mo an interview with your employer, or explain tho reason of your being in the streets at this Into hour to those who w'll know how to make you <speak the truth." , Tho old clork reflected for an instant; , ho folt that it would he less dangerous I to introduco tho fugitive to the limine ' than to bravo tho danger nho threatened . him with, especially n.s in case of necessity ( ho could deal with her moro seefiroly there; tho sight, too, of tho child par tially disarmed hi* Mispicions, and prob ably somewhat interested him. "Kilter," ho said, unlocking tho door; "but woo if your intentions nro hostile to him whoso bread I: have eaten for forty years, or to the inmates of his house." | "Fear not," replied the fugitive; "I shall ho welcome,...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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PERFECTLY PLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

PERFECTLY PLAIN. "With nil the impartiality'of tho par tisan/ Professor Price sot forth^ tho contentions of both Amoricnn political parties regarding tlio tariff. At tho close of his talk* lie was sur rounded by tho fair members of the Woman's Current Invents Club. "Oh, Professor Price,'' cooed tho fairest, "thank you so much for your porfectly lovely talk I I understand all about tho tariff now, It's just lilco a lover's comparisons-tho freetraders arc tho other/ girls I" ' 4

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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FAMOUS OLD WARSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

FAMOUS OLD WARSHIP. "Within a few months, it is said, in New' York, there will come sailing out of the Arctic, boating Its .forgotten patja back to civilisation and England, an old wooden English warship that passed through Bchrlng's Straits into unknown seas and Icy shadows more than flfty fivo years ago. Since 24th September, 1851, his Majesty's ship Investigator has been frozen in the the ice in Mercy Bay, Behring Island, In the Interminable*!, lacowork of land and sea to the north of. North-America. It .was as commander of this famous old ship that' Sir Robert M'Clure -made his memorable voyage., and traversed tho Polar ..Sea, in searcn,", for the Franklin Expedition. Last-sum*'? mer was a mild cne, and." tho Arctic ice of Mercy Bay melted for the first time.: . On ] 6th April advices received at Vic- . toria, British Columbia, from Dawson, brought there by Mr Audrey Forrest, a' enowshoo courier,ivoro to the ofCcct that "tho mildness of last summer and th:a winter liad liberated...

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Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

Coursing:. The Finley club held its open ing meeting on Wednesday last, when a start was_ made to decide the winner of the President's stake, which closed with fourteen entries. At the meeting held 011 Tuesday evening it was decided to. give the winner twelve guineas, runner-up five, and two dogs one guinea each. Owing to the prolonged drought and the poverty among sheep, the landholders, who always placed their properties at the disposal of the club, were unable- to do so this season, hence the officials were in convenienced to a certain extent.. However a start was made on "Gort". Mr M. Hamilton's farm, but only one xu'ti was secured, aud a move was : made to Mr W, Bur bury's farm where hares were plenti ful, and some good coursing wit nessed. After lunch "Wando" was visited, but hares were scarce, only two runs being made. The trials were all very good, and in the first ties, Colonel Jack and Wagner ran an undecided, and Mr Blair- withdrew his dog in favor of G. Phipps Colonel Ja...

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LIKE THACKERAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

LIKE THACKERAY. A man 'who had litorarjr aspirations but lacked tlio literary instinct once wroto a story and took it to the* editor of a .magazine "I. want 5*011 to read it over carefully," he s'aid. "It's'in tended for a satiro, and if I do say it mysolf, I think it's pretty clover." Tho editor took the manuscript and bogan to read it. A page or two sufficed to show him its utter hopeless ness for purposes of publication, but he hesitated to crush a budding author, and proceeded to temporise. "Why, Mr.-or-Simmons/' lie said, "your story lias some crudities of style, of course, and-er " "It's better as you get into it," in terrupted the other, complacently. "It's like some of Thackeray's stories.*' "All, yes. Mr. Simmons, you do re mind me somewhat of Thackeray." "Do I?" grinned the caller. "Yes," replied the editor* handing him the manuscript. "You have a noso just liko his." , ,.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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COLLAPSE OF HOUSES. EIGHT SLEEPERS KILLED. THE OXFORD STREET DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

COLLAPSE OF HOUSES. ~ EIGHT SLEEPERS KILLED. ' THE OXFORD STREET DISASTER, i On tho 7th of,April tho' "Dally'Mall wrote: | By tho collapse of two houso3. In the early hours of yesterday morning Jn the » West End of London eight persons met i their death, and a number of others , were more or less herlously Injured. I Tho accident-which "was. recorded in a large portion of yesterday's issue,' of tho "Bally Mall"-occurred without the slightest warning, and with a rending, terrifying crash. Twenty-eight persons; mostly hotel employes, wero asleep id the houses at tho time. An extraordin ary circumstance connected with tho ac cident Is that the houses wero to havo been demolished yesterday, . Tho Queen and the Empress Marie of Russia sent early to' tho scene of the disaster to make inquiries about tho dead and injured. The work of rescue Is a conspicuous Instance of the whole-hearted devotion * to public duty which police and firemen i ever give in the saving of human, life, and as a re...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

Football, The Finley boys journeyed to ?Jerilderie on Saturday last by train, owing to the unpropitous state of' the roads, and th& Jerilderie lads very kindly' agreed to start the game at 2 p.m. in order to allow the Finns to catch the train for the home journey. The visitors were, represented by their fuil strength,, and it is doubtful if they wil' be able to add to it this year, and the ! locals had a strong team to uphold 1 their end of ihe stick.. R. Stanlake | piloted the home team and C. Water street the visitors. When play com menced Jerilderie had the berfefit of the wind and -kept the ball hover-; ing_ about, the half line, gradually forcing it into the territory of the visitors, when Taylor scored their first goal. The Finns were on the defensive, and were not equal to passing the ball beyond the forward, lines. Gale Secured a mark and from a difficult angle, with a placed kick scored the second goal. The wind had chopped round and was blowing across the ground, a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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"National Mutual Life." REMARKABLE EXPANSION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

"National Mutual Life." REir-UtKABMi EXPANSION. Ill so vast a business as that repre sented by any one of our leading assur ance companies, whoso ramifications are as complex as they aro delicate, period ical examination of the finances is an ! absolute necessity 011 the grounds both of prudent finance and the retention of public confidence. I TTonce it is that, for several months 1 past, the capable actuary of the Nation al Mutual Life Association of Austral asia (Mr. 1C. J. Stock) has been closely ongaged in tluv heavy and responsible I task of establishing reliable figures 1 "showing what was, up to Septembor 30 , last, the actual indebtedness of tho I "National Mutual Life," by which fam I iliar abbreviation this great cflice is I known throughout this and other por ' tious of the JOmpiro. "While full details will be found in the Actuary's lteport, it will suffice, for our present purposes, to present some com parative totals, in order to indicate tho astonishing and wholesome e...

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WORLD-WIDE WIRELESS. A GIGANTIC RADIATING STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

WORLD-WIDE WIRELESS. A. GIGANTIC RADIATING STATION. From Paris, on 30tn March, the corres pondent ~of"tHo London "Daily Mail" wrote:- . Xn'.lmportant proposal was made' to the Academy of Sciences to-day by M. do-, la Grye, who advanced n scheme for the simultaneous transmission by.wire less of signals at noon and fnidnlght (GreenvfiSh, tlnie) to every ship in the world fit^d with' wireless apparatus: Hoi;poirited but' that tho-Eiffel Toyrer ^wireless station, from a'height of'about DCIOCt; had. a'zone of communication cm bracihg; most'of tho Mediterranean and >part"of-the Atlantic. Hp thought '-that If a great wireless station" wOre' erected on the highest point of Tenerlffe 'it-would havoUwitJiIn its radius tho' greater part of the wdrid'e," water surface.. - . The Academy appointed a spcclal-coni^ mission under M. Bequerel ,lo examine the possibility of the schome, which, If practicable, would bo of great flerylqo to navigation.1 M. Poincare, the. eminent mathematician, said to...

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Presbyterian Church WELCOME TO THE REV. T. S. CRAWFORD, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

Presbyterian Church WELCOME TO THE RE T. S. CRAWFORD, At.A. Hillson's Hall was tastefully rlse rrated oil Thursday evening ISth iust, on the occasion of a welcome social tendered by the Presbyterians to their newly inducted Minister, Rev, T. S. Crawford aiid his wifc. The chair was occupied by Rev W m. I), Fairbairn M.A. of Deniliqtiin, who as Presbytery Commissioner carried out the induction ceremony Berrigan oil the previous day.' In his opaning'remarks'Mr Fair bairn expressed the pleasure of the Presbytery at Mr Crawford's settle ment and expressed the best wishes of the Presbytery for his successful ministry here. He congratulated tli2 Presbyterians of Tocumwal 0:1 tha excellent rally they had made, at Mr' 'Crawford's invitation, to the ?church 'of their fathers. Some clay .ere long ha hoped to see a. nice church' building erected. Continuing the speaker urged the people to re member the dignity of the church, and - to strengthen the Minister's lands in 'upholding'tliis. Ah effo...

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"SEEKING SANCTUARY." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

"SEEKING SANCTUAMV An almost, unique feature of Hex ham is tho Night Stairs iusido tho Abbey, and leading to the monks' dor mitory above. At tho top of tho Night Stairs, on tho left, is tho arched door of tho Sanctuary Chamber, whero ft watcher was constantly stationed, on tho lookout for persona Hying from tho avenger of blood, and ready to help such fugitives to shelter and safety. Thoro woro no half-measures. Crimi nals, of however deep a dyo, wort? treated with groat kindness. For -10 days lodging was found cither in tho Sanctuary Chamber or elsewhere, and food in plonty provided. After this timo (in somo oases) this sanctuary guest was allowed to go freo, and pro tected to tho borders of tho country. In others, ho had to appear, robed in sackcloth, before tho judges, and con fess himself * 'guilty/* when tho* sen tence of "Adjuration of tho ltcalm" was passed on him, and he was banish ed from England, to embark, after nn othor 40 days, cross in hand, for sotno foreign port, nov...

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Berrigan Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

Berrigan Water Supply. The engineer reported to the Shire Council 011 Monday, as fol lows : "In order to bring the question of the water supply directly under departmental consideration, I vis ited Sydney, and by the courtesy of Mr Peters, M.P., obtained an interview with Mr DeBurgh, chief engineer of water supply. I ex plained to Mr De Burgh the scheme under consideration, and that gentle man expressed himself as anxious to help and assist tne Shire in every, { possible way. He explained to me the procedure necessary to follow in making application to the Minister under the Water Supply Act to form a Trust.- I also at his desire, left with the officers of the Department a report and estimate of cost of the scheme for their consideration. I have also, as instructed, interviewed some of the principal landholders between Berrigan and the river, and explained the proposals under con sideration, and, with one exception all were favorable, provided water could be obtained for a limited a...

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CHEAP TRAVELLING FOR LAND-SEEKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

CHEAP TRAVELLING FOR LAND-SEEKERS. IT occasionally happens that farmers are obliged, to seek 44 fresh woods and .pastures new," In order that greater scope may bo found for their energies, and also that land may he secured for their sons as soon as they wish to-make a start, for themselves. The average fanner'has few opportunities of obtain ing a very clear idea of the resources of any particular district which may not lie adjacent to that in which he' resides, so that the question of selecting a now Held'for operations presents some dllliculty'. This trouble, which is often felt to l>e a serious one, is now met by special facilities which are accorded by tlie Government. The Dlrectnirof the Intelligence Department in Sydney in timates that fanners who wish to make a tour of the agricultural districts foy the sole purpose of inspecting available land in New South Wales with a view to purchase..may obtain from the Depart ment a certificate, which will entitle thorn to travel over ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

Wfie family Stimulant. j|T imparts lasting exhilaration, and need only be- taken in small quantities night and morning. S. R. F. A. ~ THE DRAW. JULY 4tb. Kinley - lenistoti (Baikie). Berrigan-Jerilderie (Stokes). JULY 11th. Finley-Berrigan (Stokes) Lenistou-Jeriklerie (Baikie) , Jui.Y 18 th. Hinley-Jeriklerie (Baikie) Berrigan-Leniston (Stokes) STATUTORY. DECLARATION". I WILLIAM PARtER, of 8# Good««» tit-act St. P«ur«,1o tfc# Stat# ol-h#w flputh "Lift Co»mo««e#Jtfc of Ao.tralfa^ do ?olitnoly and tlncmly d»c!ar# that I.bava carefully read the aBn«i»d document, coMlit Idp of tbr«» follot, aad comuoutlvely nunibirtd frea ots* to'tbr##. and that-It contain*'and (i a trutf *ad faithful aecount of my- l))n«aa aid cup# by .CI#m«ow Ton!#,- and; alio- con talis ny full peria!»i!on to publish -ID . any way t/'y iUtMKBti-<wklch I civ# voluntarily, without r«t»lflof any paynw*: and, Ij»a*# iila aot#ma declaration eonirtentlooily toell#* luc Ui# ?atat t*-b# t*a#» th* proTliloas of. th...

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WHISTLER'S "SMALL BALANCE." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

WHISTLER'S "SMALL BALANCE." That genius is frequently wayward, improvident, and uncertain in money matters a thousand, anecdotes attest. "Whistler, the famous artist, was once dunned by a creditor whoso patience was exhausted, and who gave the paint er notieo that ho would resort to legal moasurcs unless payment was mado'by return post. The amount was eighteen pounds. Tho artist sought aid and advico of an acquaintance who lived in tho neigh bourhood. Ho explained that ho had a small balanco in the bank, tho amount of which ho could not remember. Ho gave his friond a note, and asked him to stop at tho hank on his wny to business, find out how much the deposit lacked eighteen pounds, and then make up tho amount by way of. temporary loan, so that "Whistler could draw a cheoue for tho amount duo. Tlio friond agreed, visited tho hank, and caused tho clerks to look up "Whis tler's account. After a minute's search they submitted a memorandum which showed that James A. M'Neill Whistler had...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

PERCY MEILLON,"" Solicitor, &c., - J £ R I L O £ R I £ . SGommissiouer for Taking Affidavits in New South Wales a;ul Virtoria. "Will visit and Toeumwal »>j» Monthly CCourt D»vh (Finlo^ Thursday, Tocuutwul L'ritliiy, 6bl1t>wmg -ml Monday;, aiirl wh«n rwinircil. n«ru9t Moiieyn to on «M>rovwl uecnrit v in «u^r amount atUwojt *urront ottos of interest. ARCHIBALD 0. TUTHILL, Solicitor &c., ATTENDS Tocumwal every Thursday Afternoon and will re vuaiti for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales. IRacfcenzk Brothers Stock Station and Financial Agents and Auctioneers, etc. ©ENILIQUIN & JERILDERIE; .Stock Lists on application. Clearing and Special Sales conduc 4ed in any part of the Districts :-F in 3ey, Berrigau, Jerilderie, Tocumwal Moama, Ivfathoura, Barham, Moula anein, and Deniliquin. (H. LLOYD, Auctiopeer.) "caIPBELL AUCTIONEERS NUMUEKAH (Vic), and TOCUMWAL. Regular Stock Sales held atNum mrkah, Katamatite, Strathmerton, and T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

SOMETHING REALLY NEW! THE CROP MAKER. Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the . "IDEAL" OISC . CULTIVATOR. Patented and Manufactured by J. T. CLOSE, at his Steam Implement Works, Finley, New South Wales. THE "IDEAL" DISC CULTIVATOR, 6ft WIDE. . Did you ever see a better proportioned, or more simple-looking Implement ? It is just as goo i as -it looks. It.is made right, works right, and is not an untried experiment. It has a record UN SURPASSED by any like' tool on the market. Its praises are sounded from all parts of the State in fact from many other States . . ?' The "IDEAL " is built of iron and steel, well braced up and stayed, and is mounted on three massive iron wheels. It is practically indestructible. Send a post card to- : : ' ' J. T. CLOSE, Finley, N.S.W., for full particulars and testimonials. *> READ THIS ' TWICE. "ICopyj ' BoieoCreok, W.R J, T: Closc, Fiulcy. July &Ju 1, 1937. Dear Sir,-I bivo uusrt ptaisire in.giving you fcbsfoliowi r? tJitl nomal for y...

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Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

Fancy Dress Bali. The plain and fancy dress ball held in the new R.C. schoolroom 011 Wednesday evening last was a most pronounced success, and re flects great credit on the ladies who organised the function. We under stand that Mrs Pepper and Miss Tur ner were the . promoters, and the affair was carried out without a hitch, so. much so that old residents say it was the best affair of its kind witnessed in Tocumwal. 'It is pro bable that this will be made an an nual demonstration, and if so, there is little doubt but it will be' better' patronised than' the initial' effort when fully' sixty couples danced until 5 a.m. to the music supplied by Mrs Herberte, Messrs F. and -H. Herberte, piano, violin and picilo respectively. Miss Pepper and Mr W. Ryan' were awarded the prizes for the best sustained characters, and the judges, Messrs G. Cronir uielin and J. Hall are supported iy their decisions by public opinion. Among the characters repre sented We noticed tlie following: Mother Goose-M...

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Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, JUNE, 26th 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

Tocumwal Guardian AND FINLEY FREE PRESS. '(Established 1897.) FRIDAY, JUNE,.26th 1908, Tocumwal Champion Coursing Meeting, August 12th. ^21 added. RIFLEMEN-A meeting of the Fin ley club will be held to-mot'row eve ning at eight o' clock, in the hall. Messrs M'Pherson Thom and Co. are advertising for Riverina land. Those wishing to sell would do well to give this firm full particulars. LosT-Anyone returning a pair of steel rimmed glasses, which were lost in Tocumwal on Saturday last to this office will be rewarded. CHURCH-The Rev. T. S. Crawford will preach in Hillson's Hall on Sun day next at n a. m. At the Methodist Chuach the Rev R. C. Oakley will preach at 7 30 p. m. Subject-" Three Men and their ex cuses". ... The Rev J Verso will conduct ser viced Finley at 7 30 p. in. Presbyterian Service will also be held at Finley in the afternoon at at 3 15. TENNIS-The officers of the Fin ley club are keeping the members alive in the way of providing tourna ments for their amusement. At a "...

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UNCLE SAM. HIS POST OFFICE. "I TOLD YOU SO." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 26 June 1908

UNCLE SAM. HIS POST OFFICE. "I TOLD YOU SO." Mary Mortimer Maxwell writes to tho "Daily Mall" from New York on 21st March: New Yorkers are smiling o broad, "I told-you-so!" smile over all those Eng lish registered letters addressed to Nesv York which recently went by mlstako to Yokohama Instead. Americans havo heard much about tho conservatism, red tape, and reliability of tho British postal system. Frequently letters appear,In tho newspapers criticising the American postal regulations, ending always with tho information that this country has much to learn from England in tho mat ter of handling the mails. Therefore tho smile over tho unfortunato sending of the registered mall bag in the wrong direction. AMERICA'S "SPECIAL DELIVERY/* Without being an authority on tho subject of post offices, mall delivery, and ' kindred subjects, I cannot help, after a residence in both countries, noting tho differences in particular matters con nected with tho Post .Office Depart ments, It seems to...

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