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Tocumwal Red Cross Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Tocumwal Red Cross Society. - ANNUAL MEETING. Tbe annual meeting of the local Rod Cross Society was hold in the Mechanics' Institute on lfitli nit. Mrs- Thornly presided over a fair attendance. Report and Balance-sheet, The report-submitted by Mrs. J. Heai'ii (secretary) showed that the branch duriug-theyear had forwarded to Government House upwards of 2805 articles or 1353 in excess of the ! previous year The list of nrticlos comprises—1166 pillow cases, S-i-7 hundorchiefs, 180 {toileh bags, 105 ■sbiits, 146 pair box, GG sots pyjamas, 54 cardigans, 39 towola, 34 scarves, 45 kit-bags, 25 shoots, 10 balaclavas, 12 pair bed box, 12 pair bedroom slipperB, 10 cushions, 33 pnir of mittens 12 parools of old liiiou, G bandages, 2 accordions. During"tho your 48 meetings had beon hold. Thanks ^ere due to tho public of Tocuimval mid district for their liberality; Tho bftlu-uce-sheet showed that wi(;h an amount of £76/6/- brought forward, the receipts for the year amounted to ,£397/1/11 raised...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Repatriation. MINISTER CALLS CONFERENCE OF LOCAL COMMITTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Repatriation. MINISTER CALLS CONFER ENCE OF LOCAL COM MITTIES. _ ' Iu;iewofthe dissatisfaction ex iiling among repatriation 1o al committees, and the need for de c.'utralising.the woik of the depart ment, Sen itor Milieu has called n series i f conferences of te rese..t atives of local committees through out the Commonwealth.in order to discuss the po.vus and functions of the committe s snd their rtlatiou sh'p 11 the adroinioistration of the Repatriation] Act generally The idea Is to ascertain !o what extent local committees!jiviy be given power to tle.i 1 with local applications without too much re ference to officers of the department iu the Sti»tThe invltition to the couferenc; contemplates that the secretary of a committee and at least one other member shall be the delegates, but as unay more members as care to attend may do so at their own expense, and will be welcomod. The first conference will take place in Syd ney on 21st Januiry, and will deal with the whole of N.SAV. The V...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Furniture Sale. Quirk and Co. will offer on Satur day, 1X tli inst,, a quantity of well kept furniture 011 account of Mrs P. McCulloch, who is leaving the district on account of ill-health; V

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Anniversary Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Anniversary Day Sports* ; A: public meeting was held at Beasley's ball on Monday evening last \yhen several details of organ isation were attended to. Mr ,W> Currie presided. "The hon, secretaries repotted having.leceived the following do nations Mi P. Beasl ;y an-1 Mr i F. W. Beasley £o each, providing all the hotelkcepers donated a simi lar amount; 2Ir M. Looney, £\/1/; Mr S. McDonald, I/; Wise Bros., • 10/6. Trophies have brc.-n prom ised by Mesiis Iv Babiugton, P. McCulloch, T. Boyle, II. Hcrbette,' W. Currie, I.. H. B. Webb, J. Wilson, It. Barton, J Flanagan, J. Connor.-R. Biebuei, Wise Bros., A. Kidd, and the tenants of ( lous on's liu.irdlng bouse. It was decided to ask the local police to assist in keeping the oval clear of non-competitors during the spoits. The local brass baud to be on gaged Tbat the price of admission to the picture entertainment at night be 1/f, and 1/, booking 6d extra. Also decided to dispose of . the publican's J>oo.th by auction. . Towards the ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Melbourne Cattle Market. Wednesday, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Melbourne Cattle Market. . . Wednesday, January 8. Although 2,350 \yere entered for sale, tho actual number of fat cattle yarded would not exceed 1500 head. A couple'of drafts trucked from Tocuimval consisted of 150 half and'three parts fat bull'ocks Quotations:— Prime pens of bul locks, from ,£20 to £24; extra do from .£24/10, to ^£28/15/, good do from .617/10/ to .£19/10/; sccond and good Hght weights, moderately, fat, aiul "plaTii "good" "fraffle'd'liiil'' locks, from jg 1 -.*/J0' to £\i)/i0/: inferior, including fresh condition ed steers, from £8 upwards; prime pens of cows, from £l(i to £ 18; odd boasts, to £22/2/6] good from .£12/10/ to .£12; second do. /8/1Q/ to £ 11; inferior, from £(>■

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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SALVAGING A SUBMARINE STRANDED VESSEL SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

SALVAGING A SUBMARINE © STRANDED VESSEL SAVER. Salvaging bints of all descriptions are of value juot now, because they may be ©uggeative of application in their original or other directions. A tow months ago tho U.S. submar ine 'Samoa' went /LGhore. Sovera winter weather caused hor to sink in j to the soft yielding cand, and within I a Tory short time she was bo firmly ! embedded as to make tho work of j salv£?;o an engineering -undertaking, of distinct interest. Tho option waa presented of mov ing the submersible 'back into tho water over tho path which she had trfi»7ersed in coming ashore, or of hauling hor up and acroni the sputq to a bay. The sandbar on which she laid waft of no tremendous width, ;rvl tho waters of* tho bay were compara tively calm, eo it was decided thattlio. overland haul and tho easier launch ing to which it would lead, wero to be preferred over the delicate bvnincsa of shoving tiio boat overboard into the open ocean. The first stop was to froe her from the s...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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CALENDAR 1919 JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

CALENDAR 1919 JANUARY. ' Son. Rises. / ii M | 8—Wedn sdiy 5 7 1. :. 9—Thursday ' 5 8 7 46 10—Friday 5 9 7 46 •11—Saturday 5 10 7 46: 12—Suuday 5 11 7 46 13—Monday 5 12 7 45 14—Tuesday 5 13 7 45 Moon. New Moon—2nd at 6.24 p.m. First Quarter—9th nt 8.55 p.m. Full Moon—16tU at 6.44 p u). Last Q.iarter—24tU at 2 22 p in.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Personal. Mr J. N. Weir, stock inspector of the Deniliquin Pastures Protec tion Board, ho.s returned home to the district after an absence of seven months across the seas. He failed in his efforts to join the army in England. Mr Weir, who was in Tocumwal last week, has resumed duties in ihe district. Herb. Connors, one of the first to enlist from this district, arrived back in Australia recently with the renowned company of Anzacs 011 furlough, and returned to Tocutn wal 011 Tuesday, when he received a very hearty welcome from his many friends in the town, who were delighted to sec him looking so well and sprightly. Wc under stand that this sold er lad has de cidccl to make his home in Tocum wal, having purchased a business here. Mr JL,- H. B. Webb is at present recuperating at 1 allarat. He caught a chill 011 the night when the signing of the armistice was celebrated, and not having suc ceeded in quite getting rid of its bad effects, on.his medical adviser's orders he is enjoying :...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Skii\ Sufferers NEED NOT DESPAIR. The following copy of a letter was ro* reived by us from a "Borazol" user:— "irornington Junction, 'Victoria.:— Dear Sirs:—We received tbc box of "Borazel" Ointment flint you posted to us. Wc ail think it is o wonderful ointment for any skin disease; it lias already cured two very bad cases of bad leg? here, ns well as my daughter's face, which was covered with eczema. I recommend it to everyone I know who ha* any akin, disease. It is ih^ best ointment that we have evrr used. (Signed) Mrs. M. Burnett." "Bornzol" is the best known ointment for any skin disease such as eczema ulcers, old wouiids, bad legs, cut?, sores, or any other severe skin disease. It rony br had from any chemist, cr direct from W. H. Soul & Co., or any of Pnttins«n'> drug stores, Svdner. Price, £/♦; po/t ng«, 2d. (IC) ' LOCJALLY FROM : BROWN, CORKE <5: CO., Store keepers, Tocutnwal. HOW to CURE DEAFNESS THE "Curative Properties of DEAF* OVER are truly wonder...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

W. J. Quirk & ©o„ LAND AND STOCK SALESMEN Tocumwai. Phone 6, Tocumwal, Wiros "Quirk Co." CLEARING SALES. Conducted by Mr W. J. Quirk in any Part of the District. Prompt Settlement. T.1U3K5 PJX PIT STOSS Ordured and consigned to any Melbourne agents free of oharge. Good Accommodation Paddocks close to yards always availably at a nominal fee. LAND FOR SALE And exchange throughout Vioturia and New South Wales. Kntriea Invited. Liata freo on application. INSURANCES . Effected on -Life, Property, aud f<ive Stock on LiberalTerraa. AGENTS FOR Norti UritU'i -tfi/o lalarauca Co., Co onial'MubualLifa Ajsarxim -Society. A Leading Melbourne Firms. CORRESPONDENCE ; INVITED McKENZiE & CO. NORTHERN & RIVERIN \ AGENTS Land, Sheep & Cattle Salesmen. Echuca and Kyabram (Vic.) Deniliquin, Mathoura and Finley (N.S.W.)" And in MELBOURNE. McLean, McKenzie & Co., Salisbury Buildings, Bourke-street We will' be 'plea-ed to have It< st i net loiiV...

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Victory Service. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

' Victory Service. " I will sing unto tho Lord, for Ho hath triumphod gloriously."—Ex. 15-1. " If it had not boon tho Lord who was on our sido, now may Israol sayIf it had not been tho Lord who was on our sido whon men' roso up against us, Thon had thoy swallowod us up quick. . . Bles sed bo tho Lord who hath not given us as a prey' tu their tooth."—Pa. 74, 1, 3 and 6. Tho above were taken for his toxt by Canon Verso on Sunday evening last, on the occasion of a special thanksgiving service held at St. Alban's 'church, Tocuimval, ni the success attending the ..Empire's ef* forts in the great ivorld ,war. There was a large congregation notwith standing the excessive heat, and the address was followed with rapt at tention. Tho Canon said the most inspiring of all Hebrew pootry are those odes composed to celobrate some great deliverance or victory. For example the.triumph song of Moses after the destruction of Pharoah's hosts in the Red Sea. The song of Deborah and Barak after the overt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Nurse Sullivan Redfern and Parramatta of 34 years constant nursing ser vice in the above districts writes that in Ker opinion I< a medicine specially suited to constitutions weakened by illness, she writes:— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I carried on my profession 1 at Yonng Street, Redfern, for 25 year*,, and for the last nine yean at Parramatta. " I have had a large number of sick people tinder my care and it has been a pleasure to recommend Clements Tonic. 1 knew it would give good results. My neice was rather rnn down in health lately, but she is getting on splendid as the result of taking vour medicine." (Sigmd) Nurse 0 Sullivan Euentially the medicine for the Invalid I or for those weak from overwork, fever, or operation*. It eivei new life to the •ystem, tones up the stomach, liver, or nerves. TRY IT TO-DAY. ALL CHEMISTS STOCK IT Clements Toole Ltd., Rozelle NOURISH YOUR NERVES. « 0 DON'T DOPE THEM WITH DRUGS. themselves with stimulants and narco tics. Some have recourse to...

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Land Settlement. CR ICISM BY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Land Settlement. CR ICISM BY FARMERS. ' At'a meeting of the Wnpgn re patriation committee list I'riday the Government efforts to settle re lumed soldiers cnine in for severe criticism. Many experienced far mers expressed the opinion tint nothing short of disaster was ahead of the pjojeet of soldieis' land set tlement If the Government persisted in allocating l.uul for soldier* with valuations up to ,£12 and per acre. Mr W. M'Queen slid the most experienced men won't fail under the conditions invo.lvod, and urgsd that U.itli '.1:1? State tii'.d F.'lcvnl Governments should remodel the scheme with the object of granting the soldier release from interest'for the first five years; blocks of laud at lower valuations; the Kf'otiping of soldier settlements; and. the pur chase of machinery, so that work on several holdings, could be carried out witliont the ncees-dty of 'pur chasing costly machinery. A committoo of practical men was appointed to formulate concrete proposals to place before t...

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Charge of Larceny at Finley. THREE MEN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

Charge of Larceny at Flnley. THRJ3K MEN COMMITTED FOR TR1A1,. Great local interest centered in a police caBe heard at the Fiuley police oourt 011 Tuesday last, when threo men named Jamea Michael Whelan, William Mc Alahou, and Thomas Handlon,. wer.e charged with having broken into a warehouse at Pinley on or about December 22nd, or 23rd., and stealing thorofrora 12 bottles wine, 0 bottles whisky, 7. bottles Wolff's. schnapps, and 6 bottles of brandy, valued at £13, the property .ot' Edward Ernest Osborne, pro prietor of the Tuppal Hotel. The ease was heard by Messrs. S. Hutson and T. H. 0. Di:uitt J's.P. . Mr. Nathan (Douliquin) appeared for McMahon and Handlen, and Whelan was undefended. Sorgt. Byrne fTocuirnval) proseouted on be half of the Crown. The court sot during Tuesday and Wednesday, the'followihg wit nesses being heard for the [Jrosocii tion.:—-Constables Toole and Miller, E. Osborne, William R. Patterson, John M.ircb ond Mis Margetts. Two residents, W. Simpson and D. Wells...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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The Value of Silos. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

The Value of Silos. By the oxercise of a little fore sight dairy farmers may protect themselves against the disabilities of droughts. In view of the dry per iod through which many districts are pas-ring the J Chief Veterinary Officer, Mr Robettsou, strongly rccommotids farmers to provide for emergencies by the erection of | silos. A concomitant precaution, of course, is the growth of summer crops with'which.to fill.the silos so as.to eitstuo an adequate supply of ensilage. IfMr. 'Robertson points out that the value of ensilage has gone beyond the experimental stage its efficacy as a stand by in timejOf drought having been proved on numerous occasions. The depart ment of Agriculture is prepared to erect n.los for approved applicants either for cash or ou terms extend ing over two yeais to suit their convenience -Previously iron aud wood silos wi're conslrucUd for farmers, but owing In the excessive cost of iion'au "all. wood" type,is now being built. These silos may be used either fo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

COBRAM. At a public meeting it was decided to celebrate the declaration of Peaoe by holding two days' celebrations (with power to alter later to three days if thought neoessary), the first day to be devoted to thanksgiving, and tliu second day to a monster public function. A strong committee wns appointed to thoroughly organise : the district. 1 The local Turf Club has decided to hold the animal races in February and the following programme was adopted :—Hack Race, >*), Novelty Pony £1, Open Handioap £20, Trot £8. Plato and Purse £20, Maiden Plate Mr, A, "R. "Wadeson has... been elected president and Mr. A". G, Spencer, secretary, —u Courier."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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American Wheat. GUARANTEED PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

American Wheat, GUARANTEED PRICE. The ''New Yoik Times" states that a Berious sima ioii has arisen regarding the United States wheit crop for 1919. The Agricultural Committee be ieves that the Gov ernment mubt provide 1,000,000,000 dol. to buy the crop, which wili In sold at a heavy 1< ss. The situation arises because the Government guaranteed fanners 2 dol. 26 cents per bushel for wheat grown In 1919. Ills anticlpaled the Gov ernment will be (orapelled to sell at a loss"of almost a dollar per bushel because of the sudden cud of the war sad the fact that Australian aad Argentine wheat Is selliug ai 1 dol. 35 cents per bushel on the European markets. The officials of the Agricultural department ix pect a very heavy liarv tt m-xi year, whjch may compel the Gov ernment to sell at 1 dol 25 cents per bushel,

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JERILPERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

JERILPERI6. .. The sale of Lloyd nucl Sous well-, known auctioneering business at Jerilderie is anuouuced, the pur chasers being McKetzie aud Co. About ^70 was realised on behalf of the hospital funds by the Nevy Year's Day spoits meeting. The unimproved value of the pioperties in the newly constituted jerilderie shire is set down at .£1,035,438. .

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

m LOCALS AGENT;FOR— General Accident and Fire Insurance Corporation; Cy clone Gatesjand'-Fenoes ; Sunshine Harvofltore, oto.; B"nr phy Tanks, Swing Bai'd, etc ; Watson's Patent Bag Releaser—(Call and got ono. Thoy fit any maohine. Tyros of all sorts and sizes] oat. .Vehicles of all descrip tions repaired. COACH AND MOTOR" PAINTING A SPECIALTY TOCUMWAL. Annonnoss that ho -will oommoncs Bnsinoss as Bootuiakwr and Repairer in Tocumwal, in Barooga Street, opposite Brown 0®#ko and Oo'b., from Monday, next, 22nd Only. Every Description of Repairs Executed with out delay, Only Best Materials Used. ACADEMY MODEL. UPRICHT GRAND Made in U.S.A. to our own design on our 01 years'continuous experience, It Is a piano that can bs absolutely rolled upon to give you honest value for your outlay—we recommend and fully guarantee It for any climate. Wo haVe been selling these pianos for many years past. Throughout the country our customers speak most highly of their VICTOR PIANO, and of Its sweet tone,...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1919

THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL. FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. o — rHE best brands of Wines, Splits, Ales, and Cigars kept. Bample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Cab meets all trains. Coaches leave here for Finley, Berrlgan, Barooga, Corowa & Jerilder . TOCUjftWAL. Only First Class Brands of Wines and Spirits * stocked, 'leanliness, Civility and Attention guaranteed. HARRY CASEY, Proprietor. Under New Management. Fl W. HAVING taken over the above well kaown Hotel desiros to notify that it will be carried on in the moat UP-TO-DATE Manner. Every acoom-nodation for visitors and the Travelling Public. Elot and Cold Baths. Full sized Billiard Table. Commercial Booms, Sample Rooms, etc. Lofctocs and Telegrams promptly attended to. Good Stabling and an Attentive .Groom always in Attendance. EXCELLENT CUISINE. Only t'i-3 BS3C -Biinl3 of Win3j, Ali3 an.1 Spirits kept in j Stook. rOCUMWAL BRICK & TRADING CO LTD, OENIUQUIN^ ST REEF Plans of Buildings, {Timber or Brick. 1 ESTIMATES SUPPLIED. Turnery...

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