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MORMONISM DYING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

MORMONISM DYING OUT. Wo aro accustomed to think of Mor- j nions ^ as much-married men. That ) condition of affairs is fast passing away. I In 189G, twelve years ago, "Utah was admitted into the American Union, on ! condition that no man was henceforth I to marry more than one wife. Six j years before the church had issued an ; ordinance forbidding polygamy. i Tlioro are. at present not more than four hundred families in the Mormon State where there is more than one wife. The hoads of these families are old people, as for sixteen years there have been no "polygamous marriages. It will be seen that the condition of affairs which was long looked upon as a blot on the civilisation of the United States has almost come to an end .

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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MARK HAMBOURG. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

MHRK 'JHHMBOURG. The World-famous pianist (the Hubcn^tem of to-daj*), who will commcncc another Australian tour in the Town Hall, Sydney, on Saturday, July 18. Mark Hambourg is said "by the press of America, where lie has recently been touring, to bo tho peer of Padercwski.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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CHAPTER XXVI. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

CHAPTER XXVI. Oh! 'tis excellent To have a giiuitVi strength; but it is tyrannous To use it like a giant.-Shakespeare. When the prisoners alighted from the carriage, tliey found themselves in the vast hall of some fortress, and closely guarded by twenty or thirty won wearing the hnlf-military dross of the Secret Po lice. Tho apartment was a. glooiny one, und, judging from tho architecture, of an antiquity far beyond the foundation of St.* l^tersburg. Enormous beams of pine, black with age, formed tho roof; tho walls \vero of granito, rudely put togeth er; tho doors studded with iron knobs, thick and massivo. The only attempts at ornament wero a coarse fresco representing St. Nicholas, the patron saint of Russia, standing on a globe, which tho artist had painted him in tho act of blessing, and a bust of the JCmporor, over a seat elevated above tho floor by two or three steps. At a short distanco from tho chair, which had all tho appearance of tho tri bunal of a judge, stood a long oa...

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A SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XXV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

?A TALE OF THE CRIMEA. CHAPTER XXV.-Continuod. "Deadl" said tlio minister, in a tono of disappointed fury; "tin's must bo soon to; it was not the laali," ho added, suspicious ly, "which killed hor." With nil liis knowledge and oxpononco .>f mankind, ho forgot thoro woro such things in tlio world as brokon henrts. "Dcadl" repented TichoiF, with a so cret foreboding of tho probable conso (juonco to himself; "then I afti lost. Ho was right, and yol Ins rum did not oriso from tlio words uttered by hia wifo in hor ravings, but from a causo ho littlo anticipated. , , With tho death of Alexia, and tho ban ishment of tho two friends, all hope of tracing tho fair Circassian was lost. And yofc for months afterwards a boat was not permitted to quit one of tho quays of St. Petersburg, or a whip to sail from the Neva, till it had been minutely inspected bv tho agonts of tho secret police. Tho sudden death of a young and lovely' woman liko the baroness, and the mys terious disappearance of her...

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A GOOD ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

A GOOD ANSWER. .' "Can you tell me," said the learned -visitor In ;the motor-gapgles, "what la ? the difference between the quick and the dead?" "Yes," replied the boy.|n the glasses; "the 'quick' ore those that get: ;, out of the; way of the motors; tho'dead' .aro the' others."

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

Football. Finley and Lenistou met on the ground of <the latter on Saturday last for the first association game this season.. The new ground which is on the president's) (Mr J'. Blair) farm is- the best oval in the district, and the attendance 011 Saturday was good. Both teaiiis were represented with strong combinations, and Mr J. Langtry had cliarge.of last year's premiers, . and \V. Dryberg the locals. The gaine was well contested, in fact, it was the most even and in teresting game played for many years, as tlie issue was in doubt up to the final ring of the bell. From the bounce of the leather,.' Lenistou forced the game and earned the- ball round the wing,, where Waterstreet took a hand, marked, passed to Hight, who in. turn passed to A. Jones, where a scrimage resulted in a free kick being awarded to Hogan, who put the leather well in front, when Dry berg by a piece-of clean : pjay . re-, lieved, and booted.the ball well on, to.the wing, Hight in -trying to, mirk' fo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Finley Free Press
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POOR, WEAK MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

POOR, WEAK MAN. Monday. Ho,(of tlio iron will) "No, my dour. Not to bo considered for a moment." Tuesday. Ho-"Most certainly wo will not. It is rcdiculoits, preposterous." Wednesday. Ho-"Why, you must bo crazy. It's the most unreasonable thing I ovor heard of. It would bank rupt us, I tell you. It is not to bo thought of." Thursday. Ho-^'Havon't I told you wo.cannot afford it! What is the use of talking about a thing that is alroudy settled? Of course, I would like to ploase you; but it is simply out of the question." Friday. Ho-"How much did you say that thing would cost?" Saturday. Ho-""Well, go ahead then,'- .

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LAW AGAINST BRIDGE. CONSTERNATION IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

IAW AGAINST BRIDGE. CONSTERNATION IN AMERICA. Fashionable and diplomatic circles.In . -!l "Washington are bemoaning the fato ' -V_ j which, threatens not only to deprlvo . . J them of tho liberty occasionally to risk I; a "pony" on a favorite horse, but also . }? to render Illegal the favorite pastime of <? " , _jj brMge and card playing" generally. - . "y Their, despair ' fs due; to the AntI- 4 Gambling Bill which the Senate' has just J sanctioned, prohibiting In tho mosl .stringent terms, all possible "forms of j gambling .in drawing-rooms no loss than , . . I on* racecourses. If the action of tho Sen- j ato is comlrmed by the House of Re presentatives all people who play cards for the most trifling 'stakes, even in their own houses, or who bet on a horso race, boat race, or any other kind of race, or on an election or any contest of any kind, will bo liable to a fine of L100 and Imprisonment for ninety daya. The Embassies and Legations, which i aro ex-terrltorlal, will...

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The Liquor Problem. MR W. A. LLOYD ON THE FAILURE OF PROHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

The Liquor Problem. . MR W. A. LLOYD ON THE FAIL URE OF PROHIBITION Mr W. A. Lloyd, the well-known anti-prohibition lecturer, addressed a. well attended meeting in the School of Arts on Friday night, 12th inst., . Mr E. M'Grady took the chair a'id in introducing Mr Lloyd he said he was a man who bad trav elled very extensively and had vis . ited almost every '.country in the world. He had travelled in, Russia and Turkey, and 110 doubt he was conversant with any. subjeet he pro posed to speak on. His lecture liere to-night was-011 behalf of the United Licensed Victualler's Assoc iation of' N.S.W. Mr M'Grady then said that he had spent the best ? years of his life in the business ancl if he were turned out of his hotel he would have.nothing to tlirn to, and , an old age pension would be the in 1 evitable result. Mr Lloyd, who was well received said: Your presence to-night shows the general interest that is being taken in the liquor problem by the public at large, and is a sufficient a...

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LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

LANDS FOR SETTLEMENT. THIS following Crown I*and« liavo bwn gazetted as available for Settlement on the dates given bolow: CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE BELLINGEN LAND DISTRICT (on tlio Dorrigo), 5,408$ acres in nineteen blocks in areas ranging from 201 i to 388J acres; distant 0 to 12 miles from Dorrigo, and .'{0 miles from Boltin^en ; suitable tor dairy* ing, mixed fanning, &e. ; annual rents from £7 11b. 2d. to £21 10a. 8d. Avail* nblo 0th July, 1908. (C.P.L. Area No. 114.) CASINO LAND DISTRICT, 654 acres in two blocks of 305 and 349 acres; distant 22 inilcs from Casino; suitablo for dairying, agrionlturo, &o.j anunal rants, £11 8s. lOd. and £8 14B. (Id. respectively. Availablo lGthJuly, 1008. (C.P.L. Area No. Ufl.) INVERELL LAND DISTRICT, partly within Strathbogie and Rocky Cicelc Holding, 2,900 acres inono block ; distant 20 miles from Glen limes, and 10 miles from Emmavillo ; suitablo for grazing and agriculturo ; annual %rent £43 14a. lOd. Availablo 23rd July, 10...

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THE HYBERNATING PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

- THE HYBERNATING PERIOD.. In the course or an article on tne "Successful Wintering: /.oC Bees/' an . English apiarist writes: "Many will admit that some of their stocks when opened In the early spring are weaker numerically than when they-, went into winter quarters. This should not be. Properly kept bees will bo stronger when first opened; if a know* ? ledge of hybernation is obtained. I "To obtain a more intelligent under ! standing of this term it is necessary to ; ascertain what is defined -by "hyberna* \ tion'" Where there is much interfer? ; ence with the natural position of the ' brood nest-it.Is of the utmost importance i that the beekeeper should clearly com-. 1 prehend this. Take queen-raising and | stock-selling for instance, where to make 1 Up av good six-frame nucleus the two outside frames containing pollen and stores have to be sent away. If this is done in the late autumn, where is the stock, or portion of itvwhich is left, to obtain its pollen stores for .spring br...

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Citizens' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

Citizens' Association. A public -meeting convened by Mr M'Miles the head teacher of the 1 local-public school was held on Fri day afternoon of.last week when there was a good attendance includ ing quite a number of ladies. Mr. Jeffries was voted to the chair, but a few miiiutes later the Rev..,Craw : ford M.'A. (wiio had, drivenirom ! :Berrigan for ^he ,e^press purpose, pf being jireseiHi) ? arrived , and Mr 'Jeffries'^vacated :^he chair .In his. ifaVbr.' ' " ! ; ' ;MriCrawford explained;theobjeKts: 1 arid ajtjis of 'a j>areVits'! £»nd,citizens'; 1 'asspciajio'ti. . Sfitferal had been forttied | (in .various parts.tif-the state, .'with! I tlieapprovaloftU^edycatipn.depart 1 riient,' .and they.were the raeaits of ' getting in closer-touch with tliq teaqlier. a fid pupils, and: becoqijn'g ?? acquainted ;vvitli thepiin .their, work.' : Ttye chairman f^lt tliat in .every' ' {bl6<;k,of'niarble'there was a statue, ? and pupils '.atteiicling -the ,s,ch(o6l ;. .should be given...

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YOU CAN'T PULL ANYTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

YOU CAN'T PULL ANYTHING. A groat scientist. tolls us that there ia no such thing as pulling; whothor you move an article towards you or j away from you, tho force exerted is n I push. I A horso drawing a cart pushes tho harness, an oarsman pushes tho water, | a man drawing a hand-curt has to grip I tho handle, and tho driving force is ' oxertod by tho part of tho hand which , grips the handlo, and is therefore be ! hind it. Even if tho cart bo fastened to a man's coat-tails ho still pushes against his clothes,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

W6e leverage tifjat benefits. ]&JOT simply a thirst quencher, not merely a stimulant, but just the purest, most inspiriting, and most health-infusing spirit that has ever been produced. iw il tllivt 1m WllH uomslmlu'l to f:ivcj.Uli - n!'»> . trial, tind »s:in tru!i!if'»U . r,tut tut. I'Vom tho vo-y li>H4, hole a'ul is to-day mtita Ii»> ilMr\ - (f mi utt iok I imw K'ivo hi'M nlw.iyH c;b(it--ks Mio i o givoit Cliatnlfurliun'*'' (.'oxr'i ... - children win" wit'i mon fjoo'l r ?3uUs.' ! or Ji l > Tj. Jcu-e und'i'.cmmv An Annandale Report. GOOD MEWS FOR THE SICK. THo Caeo of Mr. J. PETERS. (By a Sydney Reporter.) Perhaps nobodyever accomplishes all that ho 'cols lios in him to do towards the general advancement oi mankind, but nearly cvorvoro who uses his powers Can materially help in doing* a fiT<»at deal-m tliat direction. Here is a laudable effort put forth bv Mr. John Peters, blacksmith, of £arraraafcta road, Anmindalc, whoso ofjouinef r imirk to tiie r...

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NERVES WOULDN'T STAND IT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

NERVES WOULDN'T STAND It is strange what tricks ovon tutored nerves will play. Tho strongest man will wilt into an unconscious heap un der the vaccination lancet, or bo re duced to abject faintness by tho sight of tho dentists' implements. Tho Earl of Malmcsbnry, in his "Memoirs," tells a littlo incident illustrative of this fact:- Q noon to one of tho keepers ,who blew off two fingers of his right hand in loading a gun. Tho fingers had to bo 'immediately amputated. All tho gontlomon stood round to wit ness tho operation and to encourago tho man ,who showed groat pluck. It was curious that every, one boro tho sight calmly but Lord ltaglan, who had soon one hundred battles. He fainted, and had to retire. In action ho is known to lio remarkable for his un moved sang-froid. A sad accidont

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

The Rainfall. Xbe following table shows in points the rainfall as recorded, officially at the Finley Post Office : D?o»£?' 0>C\Cn4^0^ -* Cn oo'Ot O-O* HUlW 'O O O .wM oscn ** C*> K) , t*4 C^L-W M,W i 10 CO M 4^ 10 Oi (fl cw \o*-j oo Cs» cow w oo a» 00 NO OCfOJ.Oi^JiiC'-^^ Ox.Ot.Os I OJ .- N,M .p »a Oi.O'Cn Ui'JL. O .£c S O -*i »o crv£o .oof- <o,sC po -'.w O^lvO M.4» vD Oi SX/<D '-f-t£T> "W -O ' Ok, T&rn .R/.TfffctyWH, 'Ciui«JtiirlmnK% K&)V«am "I had L HQTf-rCv»ld' thlfS(}uturkyjikh tUiVtutcUcd ti* ,1|wt rr\« ^*llr<! .w/wtrr,'-?" C was mv.mmrni^a _ !«? t.ry iv \»otOe of CIiihiiIxjiIjjIi « C°"K^ wluclt Idiii; .It'tljoroupwy oifrpil Wi», uftd lu Tuttire wBe* r ret a cold I Bhull take. tbe buw« rtrBfsdjr. rosr Hule bjriL: Jeawjn ii*4Co., Tciuilwut Unlti^nUj*

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CRIME AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

CRIME AND THE PRESS. In tho report on criminal statistics in Scotland just issued, appears the fol lowing statement:-"The increase of coining during the past four or five years, though, small» is noteworthy as following on a period during which this oiTenco has steadily decreased. It is un fortunately not improbable that some part of this increase may havo boon artificially produced by a now and mis chiovous development of journalistic enterprise. Illustrated articles describ ing the process of coining, wore pub lished in a monthly magazine in 1002, and in daily nowspnpers in 1904, and at intervals in the course of the last fivo years, four separate cases havo been brought to tho notice of tho Secretary of State in which prisoners were con victed of coining, and in which it ap peared from the facts disclosed at tho trial that thoro was good reason to be lieve that tho prisoners had been induc ed to commit tho crimes by reading these articles, and had been able to do so by tho inform...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

~ PERCY MEILL0N, Solicitor, &c., J E&IL.DERIE. . Commissioner for Takiti;.; Affidavits in Kew South Wales and Victoria. Wiil vL<it Viuk-.v utul Tucmmval uu Monthly CV>nrfc Dtiyti {I'tnley Tlntrs<l:i;-, T<>ci";n*;tl Frid'iv, . loDowiuf,' ilJiil TWoii&rr;, juhI wlien required. Trust aiojK'.vs to on iii-provtM security.in. »«j* :unom»t «t lowest current riites of interest. ARCHIBALD C. TUTHILL, Solicitor &c., ATTENDS Tocimnval every Thursday Afternoon and will re main for regular Court days. Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales. ..ffBackeiizie Brokers Stock Station and 'Financing AGENTS and Auctioneers, etc DEN1LIQU1N & JER1LDERIE. Stock Lists on application. Clearing and Special Sales conduc ted in any part of the Districts Fin lcy, Berrigan, Jerilderie, Toctiinival JMoatna, Mathoura, Barb am, Moula juein, and Deniliquin. . (H. LLOYD, Auctioneer.) CAMPBELL & CO.: AUCTIONEERS NUMUREAE (Vic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

SOMETHING REALLY NEW! THE CROP MAKER. Take a good look at this Cultivator, it's the ' : ass©ceLTiwATti!. Patented and Manufactured by j. T. CLOSE, at his ?Steam Implement: Works, Fmley, New South Wales* ? -.- THE "IDEAL" ij'lSG CULTIVATOR, 6f& WIDE. / Did you ever see a better proportioned or more simple-looking Implement ? -It is just' as-good-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 Sfates ' - ' . The.."IDEAL " is built of iron and steal, will braced up and stayed, and is mounted oti three . massive iron, wheels.. It is practically indestructible. -Send a post card to- V'"V- - . - J. T. CLOSE, Fiuley, N.S.W.,'for full particulars and testimonials. READ THIS TWICE. 'Copy] '.w-jv j .' BoieoCroek, T, CLOSE, Finloy, . July 1937. -t* Doar.Sic.-r-I have mucfl plaxsara In givmyyott thofollowiaf tsifci' mot...

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They say that, [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Finley Free Press — 3 July 1908

They say that, Dryberg is not an iceberg. "Jumbo" Coulter'was a tower of i strength. Little Jack Blair is multum parvq. . / Cyril Jones should play forward, j "VVaterstreet- is . as good as macadamised road. Gordon played a cool game like I his brother, -who can always be re-1 lied upon. l«'or lirrmotiiiii tub? Woods' Oru.it l'oj)j)L'Vjj)int run.-. )3 <J|. H. Jones was unfortunately not I able to play his usual game owing to a wrenched ankle. J. Page was the'same old reliable I Page. Brock scores iujevery match, if | only a behind. 'I'm: Latest ani> THKI'IICST' Ilomwty (or Chest I /ConimaSnt.s h l)r Sliclilou's Now Discovery for Coiitnis, Coffin, uiuf Guitsimiiitinn. Tt euros wfiou ' lill ulso fails. X'rilio land nutl ;|«. Obtuiiml>lo:it JL Jensen iiiul Co., Touuinwul simlFiuloy. H. Mason played'well, but hot at I all times with judgement. "Put your boot into the ball." i P. Mathewson played his first game for the season, and often bothered liis opponent. Messrs Bre...

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