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SOME SATISFACTORY IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

SOME SATISFACTORY IMMIGRANTS. Turc ticlo of immigration still contimics to How towards Now South "Wales, and tho rural districts arc commoncing to roaliso that their labour difficulties may bo groatly reducod by taking ad vantage of tho opportunities olfored by tho Government. Farm labourers aro arriving each week; and, judging by tho manner in which applications aro boing received by tbo Intolligenco De partment from farmors and pa.storalists, thoro is nhundanco of work available for them. Tho Director of tho Intelligence De partment, Sydney, is entrusted with -tho placing of tho immigrants, and it 'is vory seldom that the whole of tho newcomers are not placed in satisfac tory positions within forty-eight hours of their arrival in Sydney, A gratify ing feature of the immigration move ment is that the majority of tho farmers who have employed these now hands are well pleased with tho way they shape.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

The Rainfall. The toliowing table shows in points h- r.ii-'ia'l as recorded officially at the Finlcy Pnst Officii: 1899 *9ac> 1901 1902 i903 1904 1905 J 1906 1907 1908 63 104 165 86 57 3ii . 30 140 50 63 165 57 I 366 ?2-t 245 324 187 140 44 15 30 241 26 I32 165 242 154 1S1 65 96 1 1188 nil 10 152 ' 32' 113 37 165 12 186 216 37 300 205 35 283 I7S 99 238 225 49 24 51 57 257 211 166 35 2«3 S6 208 59 40 241 l58 ?52 306 '62 127 140 112.35 117-94 12.83 11.90 118.38 114.95 I15.0S nil 8 5'9 11 35i 260 90 29S 354 335 170 ?43 Jl'ila' It ono of vour rufjuliir luibita to.Ucu}»(Chuin borluin'rt Oliolurn uwl DinrrliotM IloiuOily iiL vour liumo iih a wifoyuuvil ug.ihi;<t u mi'V.ou utniek of bowel complaint. U is oortaln to bo whkIwI nortiior or Inter ami whim that tinuu COIUCH it will bu ncti«lc<l biiiiiys it will beiifioib-'l ^nU^ly. liuvttuowl i\lP sal« by Ii. Joiintm uixl Co.. l-'inl^y »u<t locum*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

llKf.iur WORK-Tlio story of Dr. Sheldon'h DJk'ch* tiro Tabulos can bo tol<l in a word. They actually do tba work that tho ircak and wasted utomach is unalilo to d .» mid allow it to rociijxjnito and regain his fltronb't,h. They contain tilt c.-scutial properties that tho jjastric juice and otbnr digestive flulda do. and tboy diftPHt tho food just aa u sound and well stomach would. Thoy rellovo tho Btomaeh just ufl ono rented and refreshed workman relieves tbo ono on duty that is tired and worn, and nature do«s her own work of restoration. It la a eluinlo natural pro- I cess I but a child can understand. Von can eat all ! you wuat without fear of results. Dr SheMou'y) UfffentiTe Tabules are sold at «.h tid por tin o£ £U Tabular. Obtainable at L. Jensen and Co., Finley and Tocurawal. Pyrmosit breaks Now* C0MCLU3SVE EtflDESSCE* The Case of WK J. ABBOTT* (By a Sydney Reporter.) f,Jt is a cause ol pleasure to me/3 said Mr. John Abbott, oi Wo. 110 Harris-street, P.vrmont, as bo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A SELECT AUDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

A SELECT AUDIENCE. An old follow who at one time kopt an Kiir.t End nmsic-linl), went to Col onol Mapleson for n professional pass for the opera. Tlio colonel, having heard of tlio old man, honoured the card. "Ah, colonel," Baid tlio old fellow, "I alius cusses you when you slitarts your opera season-you rog-lar emp ties iny 'ouse." "That 1)0 handed for a tale," laugh ed tlio colonel; "tlio villainous riilliiius that infest your den wouldn't lie ad mitted here, I can toll you." "I don't say they would, colonel, I don't say they would," tho old fellow hurriedly explained; "but they're all up here just the same-you'll sou 'em nil outside-pincin' pockets I"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

CRICKETERS!. Pftf Vccff t Paecaat acasca'e KoQulremaam, cccihuU tho AUiitrillca 2U* Bsp«rts, TRUMPER & CARTER, - 124 Market Gtrtot, Sydney. Startles Bats.'5/0; Match Data. 8/0.10/8,12ft. ' Match Balls, 4/3. Correspondence promptly attended to. THE GREAT BILE AT RILEY BROTHERS. Try one of our Special Sale Bargain Parcels -they're wonderful value. WE PAY CARRIAGE 'ON ALL PARCELS TO YOUR DOOR. The C.P. BEDROOM PARCEL. 80s-Cor tains a pair of Double Bed Blankets, a pair of Hemmed Sheets, a pair of Pillow Slips, n Toilet Cbver, a pair of Lace Curtains, a Full Size Double Bud Quilt and n Length of Best Muslin for lied or window draping. Tho lot for 30s.. and carriage paid. The C.P. BOSS PARCEL, 25s.-No joke about this I Good articles, too. A full Suit of Clothes, Dark Tweed, any size; a Soft Shirt, with collar and pocket: a Dr. Jim Felt Hat, assortment of Collars. Sox, Tics, Hnnd* kerchiefs. The whole baH of tricks for 25s.; carriage free Try your luck. To be had only direct from ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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A GUIDE TO MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

A CUIDE TO MATRIMONY. v A littlo volume, intended to point the way to wedded happiness, has been written by Jlcginuld W. Katiffman. Hero are a few of the maxims which the author presents for consideration: The Girl who buds early generally blows late. On the Primroso Path the milestones are women. Love is like tho measles; the older tho patient the worse the case, r . Years count for nothing ; a man is old as his arteries, but a woman is only as old ns her art. The wisest girl is the 0110 who knows when to be foolish. You may marry when you chooso you can love when you must. * Long hair and; a short tonguo arc raro companions. ' f Deods are better than words, for'let ters may go to tbe jury. Tho girl who's in Iovo with horsolf soldom.hna rivals. Info's littlo ironies generally wear petticoats. Tho girl who is won with a laugh is married with tears. ' Never mind about lineage ; tho oldest blood won't circulate* so readily as tho newest money. Don't look for intellect; it is always th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

The immense number of orders for FROOTOIDS sent by post direct to the Proprietor is cenvincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power. They cure quickly, are elegant in appearance, and ploasant to take. "I am writing to you to express my thanks iforthe Frootoids which I received from you some ?lime ago. My mother, who was a great sufferer 'irom Headache and Bilious Attacks for many years, fcas been taking them, and has found complete ^relief from them." L. PATCH, Pelican Creek, Corakl, N.S.W. "Kindly send by return post two separate Sotties of Erootoids for Indigestion, <£c. I got a Settle from you before, and. am pleased to say they have done me good." E. PIKE, "Myrtle Cottage)" Manildra, N.S.W. "Your 'Frootoids' is the only medicine B iJave ever found to do me any good for Biliousness aand indigestion. One dose gives relief." J. H. SLEEP, Lochiel, S.A. 11 Enclosed please find 3/- for two bottles of Frootoids for Indigestion. I got some from you two...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

-A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. By RICHARD HARDING DAVIS, author of "Stanllold Hall," "Minnlo Groy," otc., otc, CHAPTER V.-(Continued.) I could havo told you.thatj booby, oxclaimcd tho old gentleman, in a tone of irritation, for the events of tho day had greatly excited him. / "hes, your honor." "My father wishes to know/' observed the- young lady, "whether you can pro euro the address of Mr. Charles Vavas seur, as it is necessary he ghould write to him on important business. Possibly," she added, "they are acquainted with it at the Hall." "They won't tell co, miss, if thoy aro," answered the groom, who was far more shrewd than from lus languago and un couth manner might bo supposed. "They hate Jun too much for that; moro's tho shame, I say*." Poor Beatrix seemed terribly annoyed, whilst her parent bit his lip with vexa tion. "Bailey do know it!" exclaimed Jack Curlin, suddenly recollecting tho affair of the trunk; "he ha' gotten all Master Charley's clothes and traps. His cousin Cuthhert wa...

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TO SUCH BASE USES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

TO SUCH JUSE USES. She had ljoon looking round tlio drug and toilet goods department of one of tlio bin shops for somo timo, when a shopman approached her. "Huveji't you anything harder than thoso P" she asked, holding up a rubber teething ring. , "None," responded tlio . shopman; I "thoso urn the hardost Hint come." "Oil, dear," said tlio woman, "he has chowed up throo of thoso already." "Chewed lliom up?" oxclaimed the shopman. . "I don't soo how ft liab.v-" "Oil, it isn't a baby," she explained. "I.want it for my littlo dog."

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ARTISTS DEGENERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

ARTISTS DECENERATE. frr. Nordau, scientist, recently start led tho world by declaring that what wore usually considered to be mon of Renins wcro only persons with diseased brains. In a recent, book he turns his attention exclusively to modern paint ers and sculptors. . Ilo finds thorn to ho more profoundly afflicted by mental de rangement than any other class. The most famous works of art of tho nineteenth century are described as tho products of diseased brains. Tho extra ordinary vivacity of a Uoldini portrait is the symptom of ono m'cntul disease, while tho mystical elusive vagueness of a Whistler is tho result of another malady. Rodin, the great Rodin, creator of "Tho Thinker," of tho statues of Knl zac and Victor Hugo, and many other works, tho most famous sculptor of the day, who has been received in special audience by King Kdward and praised evorywhero as tho most original sculp tor of our time, is denounced by Nor dau as the greatest of all artistic de generates. "What has ...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 28 February 1908

CHAPTER VI. The town is full of cozenago; As nimble jugglers that deccivo tho eyo, Bark working sorcerers that chnngo thp mind, Soul-killing witches, that deform tho body. Disguised characters, prating mounte banks, And many such liko liberties of siiu -Shakespeare. When tho train in which Sir Edward's messenger travelled stopped within twolvo miles of London, soveral fresh passen gers entered the carriage; amongst them were shabby genteel men, such as may be seen daily lounging in the low-class billiard rooms, betting offices, or on tho racecomso at Epsom and Newmarkot-a fourth was an innocent looking country lad, dressed in a smart livery; no nodded familiarly to Jack, who, without the least hesitation, returned the salute. There is a sort of freemasonary am ongst tho gentlemen of the plush and laced hat, which dispenses witu the for mality of a regular introduction. "Going to town?" said the.boy. "Yes." "So am I; how lucky! I like to havo a companion." To while away the time, tho...

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A Special Word of Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

A Special Word of Prayor. Tlio old-time revivalist often possess e.d a gift of gentle satire which stood him in good stead. At a revival meet ing long ago a young man made him self so obnoxious during n prayer that llio old preacher rounded off one of his sentences rather abruptly. "Now, Lord," ho then continued, without a trace of irritation', "wo pray that Thou wilt in the mightiness of Thy power take that young man in the fourth seat and make his heart as free from sin ns his head is from sense." It's almost as easy to worry ns' it is to tell othors not to.

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Where Children Rule. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

Where Children Rufo. If, as somebody writes, "tho most striking quality of tho Japanese is precocity/' ami, as another says, "Ja pan is a very paradise for babies/' it is singularly touching to seo how tho precocious child rules the parent. ^Iji "From "West to TCast," Sir llonry Jor ningham gives an amusing instance of the child's supremacy. An officer appointed to the customs at.Oalny, who is on board our steamer with his wife, his sister-in-hnv, and a maid, is the possessor of a child of the ago of three; a little urchin, with a . solemn countenance, who . constitutes the joy and solo preoccupation of the quartette, and exacts from his parents and attendants, in a truly despotic manner, the closest and most constant attention. I was speaking of it to tho chief en gineer, who told mo that during tho war, when tho troops frero on board and all was hustlo and activity, a small urchin of two years of age, brought i on board to say good-bye to his warrior ' father, got interested in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

Try one of our Spccinl Sale Bargain Parcels -they're wonderful value. WE PAY CARRIAGE ON ALL PARCELS TO YOUR DOOR. The C.P. DUDROOM PARCEL. 30s.-Con tains a pair of Double lied Ulanliets, a pair of Hcmmcil Sheets, a pair of Pillow Slips, a Toilet Cover, n pair of Lace Curtains, a Full Size Double Ded Quilt and a Length of Rest Muslin for bed or window draping The lot for 30s.. and carriage paid. The C.P. ROSS PARCEL. 25s.-No joke about this! Good articles, too. A full Suit of Clothes, Dark Tweed, any size; a Soft Shirt, with collar nnd pocket; a Dr. Jim Felt Hat, assortment of Collars. Sox. Ties, Hand kerchiefs. The whole baii of triclcs for 25s.; carriage free Try your luck. To be had only direct from RILEY BROTHERS. George Street, Sydney. Send for Sale Price List, GRKAT MAIL ORDER WARBHOUSB, GEORGE & BATHURST STREETS, SYDNEV. Established -10 years. CARRIAGES BUGGIES SULKIES .-ANGUS ft SLL, 165-167 CASTLEREAGH ST., 8YDS3EV (Between Market nod Park Sts.) Buggies with shafts,...

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SKILLED LABOUR FOR CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

SKILLED LABOUR FOR CANADA. Tim experiment of recruiting skilled labour in Uritain for Canadian.fac tories Inih HOW boon tried for several months, and the committees of tl e Canadian' Manufacturers' Association, whirl* in lesponsihle for the Labour Bureau in London, is abundantly sat isfied with the experiment so far as it lias gone. Tlio Canadian Manufacturers' Asso ciation, from its general fund, makea .in appropriation of .(MOO u your to wards the expenses of its organisation in London. This does not moot all tlio expense.-:, and in order that the oflico may become as nearly as possiblo self sustaining foes are charged to inombors for whom workpeople are recruited. No fees aro chargeable to workpooplo who make contracts in London to go out to Canada. "The only thing I'tind to say against yon ia thai your washing Hill i# fur too oxtravangant. Last week you had six Mouses (o tho wash. Why, Jane, my own daughter never sonds moro than twol" ''Ah, that may ho, mum," re plied Jane, "hut...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

A TALE OP THE CRIMEA. By BIOHARD HARDING DAVIS, nuthor of "Stauflold Hall,' "Mlnnlo Groy," otc., oto. CHAl'TliR VII. j In tlio catalogue yo puss for men, As hounds and greyhounds, niongrols, apatuuls, cui'Hj I Shaughs, wator-ntgs, tuul iUuni-wolvt*a aro yclep'd All by tho name of dogs.-Shrtkcspearo. Whrtt [\ degrading picture of nnor hu manity the Police Courts of London daily present; what a study to tho philosophic iv field to tho philanthropist I In its pre cincts may ho seen Jcrinio in everv stage; from tho grey-haired man, lutrtfened in his caroor of alinine, weighing in his mind tho ovidonco against him, and coolly cal culating his chances of escape from tho strong hand of justice-down to tho trem bling urchin arraigned for the lirst tiinu at its bar. llrutality in every phase tho bruised and beaten wife, reluctantly n»dt tremblingly driven to demand pro teotiou from tho brutal ruffian noon whom not only her own bread, but tliat of tho starved, sickly infant in her arms depend...

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SOME BRITISH CROPS. FOR THE PAST YEAR. AN OFFICIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

SOME BRITISH CROPS. FOR THE PAST YEAR. AN OFFICIAL SUMMARY. From a summary of the estimated yield o£ the cereal and other crops In Great Britain in the present year, pub lished In the "Journal of the Board of Agriculture," wo the ' "Westminster Gazette," note that tho total productionv of wheat showa a decline of some 485,000 quarters, whlcli is attributable to tho decrease, in tho urea planted in 190? asv compared with tho preceding year, as there was an Increase of one-third oS a bushel (33.97) In tho average yield per acre. Compared with the ten years' ^average, the yield shows an cxress oE 2% bushels per acre, a result to which each of the three divisions of the coun try contributed. . The average yield In Great Britain as a whole' has only been ] exceeded,-since o/TlcJal statistics of pro {duct ion have been collected, In 1893, . when an average of 34.74 bushels per I acre was recorded.4 . . BARLEY. .The production of barley very nearly equalled that of last year, tho decrease ...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

Sydney Markets. "Wheat-The wheat nmrhet can 1)0 reported an buoyant, with a decidedly upward tendency, /wing specially to rccont London news, and although buyers havo leugtheud tlieir liinito, sellers uro very disinclined to quit, preferring to await further developments. Business must, therefore, bo des cribed as of a limited character. Oats-Thin market does not show any appreci able alteration, atid a fair Tolumo of business is being transacted ufc recent current figures. Cbaft and Lucerne-'There is very littlo change to bo reported in connection with theso forago lines, excopting that luceruo, owing to tho Hunter floods, is for tlio tirst time being a trilJo-scurcer. and prices lmvp, pro tern., slh'htlv advanced, Tho following tiro tho wholesale mllnft prices ox rail or wharf-Wheat? Prime milling, <ls iltl to 4a .Id; chickwhoat, 4s 3d to -In-Id; inferior 4s 2d per bushol. OatH: Victorian h^avy, 3s to 3s Id; Tas nianian white heavy milling, 2s lldto-3s; local Al gerians...

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NOMINATED IMMIGRATION. At Greatly Reduced Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

NOMINATED IMMIGRATION. At Groatly Reduced Rates. Tiir Government's assisted immigration 1 policy continues to bo effectual in at tracting to tlio Statu a stream of im migrants, who are arriving in gradually increasing numbers, in January, 2G2 I arrived in Sydney, tlio majority of 1 whom wore farm labourers and female ' domestic sorvants. Seventy-seven had been nominated for assisted passages i by their friends or relatives in New South Wales, and nearly all of these camo from tho United Kingdom. Tho | nomination scheme is being very freely availed of. Any person domiciled in I this State, who has a relative or friend I in the Old Country, can nominate him I or hor for an assisted passage by paying ! tlio passage money at greatly reduced rates to tho Intelligence Department in Sydney. Tho fare for a third-class berth is only £8. If tho nominatod im migrant, on arrival in Sydney, engages in any form of rural industry, a re fund of £2 is mado to his nominator, bringing tlio fare down t...

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BEEKEEPING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 6 March 1908

BEEKEEPING NOTES. The California honey crop has proved a bitter disappointment the past season, owing chiefly to cool nights and a super abundant rainfall. The color of honey governs Its price to quite an extent. There Is white, or light, as ft is sometimes termed, amber and dark colored hi}Tre7S>. Sections oi different colors Put into one case; that ^i/fcy^^riw^^Xor darfc must not foe puS^mto^n. eft^^rharked "fancy honey." -ctfC^at not pay. A defiUejjK'wti<j^n<1srcjg&dral grades of honey iiftotiV ca'^^vlllYQwV>ck down" the price t% tfc^t of tbeugwest grade, and the ob^tect;\iC ^adwgj therefore defeated. y*"" Some bee experts are jusf*flWTfndvO' eating what they term the introduction of h plurality of queens into one colony, claiming that the plan is practical and the work o£ the colony will go along ; wU.\out interruption. Mr Root, of Ohio, i reports that . the matter was> given o j trial by his apiarists. They succeeded I ih Introducng .the q...

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