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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING. fcii tli .trji.,.. . . Creates many :i New Business. Enlarges many' an Old Business. Revives many a Dull Business. Preserves many a Larye Bus iness. Saves many a Falling Business. Secures success in Any Business. ADVERTISE IN T11E - TOCUMWAL 'GUARDIAN.'

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOW FIXTURES. For 1913 Season. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

8H0W FIXTURE8. For 1913 Season. Lorowa—August 20 and 27. liarmedman—August 28. Ariali Park—Sept. 2 and 3. Juncc—September ^ and 4. . ... 'a Albury—Sept, 9, 10 and 11. . " . Young—Sept. 9, 10 and ii. Finlcy—i-Scptcmbcr 17. ••••;-«. xii, ■/tX'.potanjUndra—Sept. 16; and 17. .umer ^K'ianoirqi-T-Scpt, 23. 24 "•"id- 35:, v ••"•iptci jcrildene—September 24. 'O-prizj Hay—-Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. '» "" Berrigan—October 9. Ardlqthan—October I. Lockljart—October ii Yarrawonga—October I and_ 2. Cobram—October 7. Ilillston—October 8. ■ Numurkah—October.lG.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUTTON FAT. Some of its Many Uses. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

MUTTON FAT. Some of its Many Usos, In the old-fashioned cookery books, many of which were pre pared for English cooks,- , of course, butter is largely advo cated for all manner of cooking, • and where a substitute is per mitted, lard is usually recom mened. It behoves the Austral ian woman, though, and espec ially the outback country woman, to consider just how much use she can make of mutton fat, see ing that mutton is so largely an article of diet with us. On homesteads where there is a mid weekly kill of mutton, as well as the week end kill of either mutton or beef, mutton fat should serve as many ends as possible. For one thing, in spite of old-fashion ed notions of cookery, it can be largely used for puddings and " dripping cakes. For this end it , should be purified by bringing lo boil in plenty of water, then al lowed to set. It can be-melted again and if desired, mixed with a small amount of pork, bacon or beef, dripping. By the ad ; dition of a little olive oil and tur pent...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. —A Nice Cake.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. —A Nicc Cake.— :jlb butter 2 teaspoonluls 6oz currants baking powder 4 lb sugar I cup of milk lib dried flour 2oz sweet al 3 eggs . monds ioz candied peel Beat butter to a cream, wash, pick, and dry currants, whisk, eggs, blanch and chop almonds, and cut" peel into neat slices ; mix dry ingredients together, add butter, milk and enro-s, beat mix ture well for a few minutes, pour into buttered tin, bake for , an hour and a half. Tuc currants and peel may be omitted, and a little flavoring substituted for them. —Plum Pudding Made with Butter.— lib raisins lib butter * lib currants loz spicc lib self-raising Half a nutmeg. (lour • 8 eggs lib sugar i-pmt milk Mb breadcrumbs i gill best rum lib mixed peel. Wash the currants, dry tiicin well, stone the raisins, cut. the puel very fine, mix all ingredients well together; boil in a basin,' fill the basin, tie the cloth tight. Boil six hours. —Almond Pudding.— Alb sugar Jib ground ricc 6 eggs Few drops css ilb almonds cnce...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

PILES AND ECZEMA. Few w»l:ttltes nn? mom distaste* fill of harder to boar thana piles, cv/.oma, and any itching akin dia ease. PILKS ww\ littln tlobvripttmi to tho Uiifortunato tulleier. They grow uOrso thy longer thi\v nro nogloc tod, until t!i<? put tout cannot ho (touted 'u comfort, and dreads rin« ing from a scat or stepping from a curb. KCZtiMA starts with nn cmptiou of littlo Misn-tH, which Hiiiiirt ntul intolerably, giving lliu put iont little jjoanu day night. hlititorn ftro erowdod together on hro.nl irregulnr patches of uricht mhskin, nntl ni'iy Hprcad with' rapidity, HIVKK AND JilUNGLISK, nlthough not ro common nupilos nud cczotna, nro juRt n» imbiTir ablo. and may diefigurg tho patient f*»r life. Kven when apparently cured, theflu diro.iscs arg upt to return again and Again. DOAiYa OINTMENT mven prompt voliof in all forma of itcliing ttkm disease, and it is solduiu that ouo tin is not fqjmtl nmplo for a permanent euro. Kven in casofc whnro p.itiontH haw boon t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WOMEN'S SPHERE. Chocolate for the Complexion. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

WOMEN'S SPHERE. (By "Mavis.") Ghooolnto for tho Complexion. An eminent linglish physician is accustomed to prescribe, for many of his yojing women patients, half a .pound of cho;> iatc daily—to be eaten whenever the lady feels like it. It is pro scribed for beauty. It is consid ered that the chocolate is bene ficial as a food; but he pre scribes it in cases of complexion trouble most particularly, for no other purpose than to make the patient thirsty and thereby to compel her to drink water.. Two facts may be set down as undeniable. Fir.sl, that few women drink as much water as they ought, to drink. Secondly, that this habit of not drinking enough water is largely account able for troubles of the com plexion. Medical science tells us that purity of complexion de pends first and fundamentally upon tlje condition of the interior of the body. If the latter be not kept thoroughly cleansed the skin will be muddy. Hence the ne cessity of drinking, plenty of Water, which is the Only eff...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE SMALLPOX SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

THE SMALLPOX SCARE. The smallpox scare does not seem to be abating at all, and the following manifesto vras issued by the medical members of the Board of Health in Sydney on Sunday evening "The only protection* against smallpox is vaccination^ and re vaccination. The. _ protection. given by vaccination; is very great, and lasts for at least- five j years, and in most' cases_ for a j much longer period. During the epidemic now{v present -in Sydney, nq. one has been known to take smallpox who has been vaccin ated twelve days. Vaccination two or three days after exposure to the infection of smallpox will prevent it from developing. The experience of other countries has proved that the only way to pre- , vent smallpox is vaccination and ; re-vaccination. In Germany, every roale adult has been ; vaccinated three times and every female adult twicc during the first twenty-two years of'their lives, with the result th^t'small pox as an epidemic lias- ceased to exist in. Germany.. Such is the...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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LET THE POLICE DO IT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

LET THE POLICE DO IT, The "Barrier Mines," referring to the trouble with the doctors a'c Broken Hill, where the Govern ment medical officer and others refused to carry out.free v;iruin ations, humorously suggests thai the job of vaccinating free of charge be handed over to the police. The paper says--"7he usual custom, when aoy extra duty on behalf of the has to be done it is to hand it sver to the police. Whether it is the collection of electoral rolls, cr the administration of the Do? /set, or any other job that involves a lot of work and is: desired fiee, the invariable rule on the part of the_ Government is to "ask a poleman." The police for'.e, then, will, presumably, be the first-line of defence if matters be come "drastic" between I hi: doc tors and the- Government. As. many of the police are skilled ex ponents of "first aid," the job will .come natural to them, and \vitfr their usual methodical reliability we may look for some very suc cessful flank attacks on the medi cal p...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

JdEMEPIT' CONOERT. ; The benefit concert,-.for*-Mr. -W.; Holland and family,,organised by Mr. D, T. Patterson, was held in . Hillson's Hall on Wednesday,- ' and was a" great success. ,TJie attendance was- vcrv: large'-and the different items .were keenly; appreciated by the audience who; demanded encores for pretty well; „ everything. Mr." D. 'Patterson' announced, that.it had-been ..in tended to play- a fancy-dress • foot-ball match in the park that aftcniqpn but the: . inclement weather had prevented it.. It .would probably be arranged ifor later'on. ' Tlie weather had also prevented one or two -artistes I. from being present. The follow I' ing ■ was the(-"*.programme sub milted— ; Overtures', Miss Eileen Jolley; f spngj, Mr.', D. Patterson ; songs, Mr'. J. Armstrong ; Irish- Ji», , Miss 'Vera. Doyle ; song, Mr. R. J-. Barton f song, Master J. Ceo; songs, Miss JByme ; -recitation, Mr. R. J. Barton ; comic .-sketch^ - "The' /Prize Fight," MesfersT W. j. Tonkin, Wy. Byrne and D. T. ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. C. of E. Meadow Fete.—At a_ well-attended meeting on Tues day evening in the Mechanics' Institute, it was decided to again hold the Meadow Fete, in aid of the funds of the Tocumwal St. Alban's Church. Mr. Rodda presided, and the dates of the fete were fixed for Wednesday,.' Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October IS to 18. Dr. Chenery, was chosen as President and Mr. L. T. Crawford' as secretary and treasurer. The -ladies' com mitte to revise the schedule is Mesdamcs Casey, Cavenagh, Ilobson and Iloyle. Messrs. Wilson, Slieldrick, Hoyle, Chubb, Bennett, Goddcn, _ . Casey and Rodda were appointed'a com mittee, with po\ver to add to their number; It is expected that tlve fete will be more suc cessful .this year than' ever be.-. fere. The official opening \yau fixed for 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening.;.. . . ... Wellington Horse Sale.— Southern buyers are- reminded that . the big Sprincr Horse Sale at Wellington, starts on Thurs day, August 28 and following days, when...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

Publlo Notices. MOTOR CAR AVAILABLE for Hire on any -c-a- Roadway. . Good - Careful Driver in Charge. Apply to— V. WALDON. ' Casey's Hotel, Tocumwal. Sftyle 1st Suits ■ ©.^erc®atSb "I F yon mean \vhen you say. Style, -r- a Perfect Combination.of Qual ity in Material, Exctllence in Mak ing, Correctness, in Cut, Fiueness of Finish, uud a Fit Above Critiism, then we are ihe people you are look ing for. We ask you to Inspect a Stock of New and Fashionable Winter Suitings at Frices to suit all. Mfherson if Harding, - T©SOMWHL. "■ Chaff-Gutting. Ulupna Farih,\FinIey. * accept contracts ntcarront xatcs. Addosss— D. HAMILTON . Tflripna farm, FlKfBT,. MOTOR1 CARS The Lauehaster. • The YffiuxhalL J. .D. Siddely. The Delage. THE— OVERLAND. - ■ Erom ^225—1050. : J. W. GUTHRIE, ' Agent, FInley Mail Coach Services. - TiENII/IQUIN, Fialey, Tocum J-/- wal, Jerllderle, and Yatro •weyah roads. Coaches run to meet all trains. . Special " Coaches Suppued. Motor 6ar Available for engagement on any ; . r...

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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. ; " Mr. Gray, ITaydon lias disposed : of his hairdressin^ Jand?bilfiard saloon to Mr. Duke,: of 'Culcairn, who will take . possession at'the end of the month, Mr. Duke comes, with a good reputation and will doubtless make a, suc cess of the vfnture. - . The VeryIRevv .Father M'Grath, M.S.H., of Sydney,; who has,the reputation' of being a very fine preacher,..will--conduct a mission in Jocumwal,'at the end. of this : month. Afterwards he , will: go oh to Barooga,' Mulwala, Saver nal<9 and Beri-igan. .The Very Rev. Father M'Grath is^known to many Tocunnval people, as' he preached here, one Sunday abfaut 12 months ago. J■ Mr. W. H. Tomkins, who is a candidate for selection ; in .the Labor interests, for the Corowa seat at the forthcoming State elections, will, address, members of the Tocumwal Political Labor League and other kindred bodies ' ? in the Mechanics' . Institute, on Monday next at 8 p.m. There will be o.ther,-: speakers as-well, and a good ......

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PRESBYTERIAN. (Berrigan Charge). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

PRKSRYTK.R'IAM. (Berrigan Charge). Tocumwal 'i a:m. • Kinley 3. p.m. ... ' ■ ! ■ ' .Bcrrigan 7.so p.inv Rev. David Allen. Rocks. 3 p.m. : - Tocumwal 7.36 p.m. ; R, H. W. Bugot.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC (Berrigan Parish). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

ROMAN • fATHfU Tr (Benijian Parish"). Mass will celebrated as fol lows :— ' Berrigan g a.m., Evening De votions 7.30 p.nii ■» Tocumwal Q a.m., Evening De votions 7.30 p.m. - . Barooga 11 a.m. . List of fixtures of Mission to be given in the Berrigan Parish, by the Very Rev. E., M'Grath; M.S.II., Sydney :— August 31 to Sept. 7, Tocum-' wal. ' - Sept. .8'to Sept.-14',. Barooga. : Sept. 15 to Sept. 31, Mulwala.. Sept. 22 to Sept.. 28, Saver-: nake.'' • r ■ • Sept, 28 to Oct. 5 Berrigan. Rev. Father Fleming, Parish Priest.

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JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

JERlLDERiE. Mr. A. \V. Sleeman, of Corcc Sotilli, who exhibited twelve sheep sit the Narandera show last week, took six first, one second, one third and two champion prizes. Slical'ing is general on all the stations around ,tin's district as well as.. with the small grazier.. The flecces, from all-accounts are gocd and v.'cit'h well. The v. or/I is bright and ( lean and free from dn'st. To add to the annoyance and disgust of the man on the land, the caterpillar is beginning to make its appearance in many parts of the district. Owing to the quantity of green herbage the damage done- so far is hardly perceptible. v ' . The prospects of-the incoming spring seem not ovcrbrigh't, and both agriculturalist and grazier view them with anxiety. Many of the fanners .have been harrowing their late sown crops to break the crust of the ground which is '.very, hard in places. There is a good moisture" still in the subsoil which stands well to (he more advanced crops, but both early and late could ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

Tbct^mwal ^Guardian rivefina echo, i ■■■'■, and finley free press. i ■: ; (Established J.8g7.) ■ FRIDAY, flUCUST-22, 1913^ EDITORIAL NOTE8. .•The State elections which will take placc a few months' hence ;•—probably at the., beginning of November "at the latest—promise to ^ce.jJixpre Party candidates in the political field than ever be fore in (lie, history- of, rcsposible Government in.Ne>v South :Wales.: This position is all the more strange, too, because of the col umns of matter which have been dished up lately about the about-' ion of Party Government... Cur iously enough as soon, as the average, elector becomes dis satisfied with his Party he straightway ^condemns. Party Government and advocates .the .election of men wlio: will be pledged to no Party, but who, he says, shall give their vote for ^whatever thjsy think best, in the lifttei'cstS' of ■ the people as -:a /whole. There probably, alwaj's will be electors .who will become tired of, or dissatisfied with, the Party th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

&ENILIQUIN. Mr. J. A. Nathan is represent ing Dctiiliqum at the Liberal confcrcnce in Sydney, which opened on Thursday. While unloading from the steamer Canally at Balratiald on Tuesday, W.1 Frccu'ian.'son of the captain of the boat, had the halves of three finger^ torn right off. Mr. A. II. Windeyer was re elected chairman of the Jockey Club pn Thursday. Mr, if. Lloyd - was re-clccted hon. treasurer, and Mr. M. Wyse, secretary. This is Mr, Lloyd's sixteenth year as treasurer of the club, and the secretary's fourteenth year .of re-election. Mr. G. Howat, senr., has made a very generous offer in connection with a proposal to build, a. Presbyterian church at Mathoura. He has promised £100 towards a building "fund, and illoo a year for three years towards a stipend fund to enable a regular weekly service to be conducted. A two acre block has been secured for the church site, and it is anticipated there will be other donors coming for ward immediately promising sufficient money ...

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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

METHODIST. Berrigan u a.m. - r . v. Tocumwat 7.30 p.nu . . •. Rev; L. S. Shears Sau'hders. . •. .. Mr. E. B.*G.'Riley. dentist, of Deniliq'uin, will be in Tocumwal from the 1st of September to. the Gtl.1. "• Several additional stud notices appear in our advertising columns this week, to which the attention of horse owners is di rected. The petition lodged by' the Berrigati Club against the de cision of the Football Association delegates was given in their fa vor by the League. Much regret was felt through out the town'-and. district at the .idfcattupn- Tuesday evening * of Mrs. '^haniiohi, of, Tocumwal. Full report ntixt^issu'e, Messrs. Skelly- and^Cio. an nounce that' they liUve' postponed their special "stbf'k sale at. To cuinwdl, ,f|:om A'ujitlis^ 28 to September' 11. Particulate will be. found in our auction sales columns. Attention is drawn to the ex cellent programme to be screen ed.at the Picture Pavilion on Sat urday. evening next—August 23. See advertisement, in, "this colu...

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COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES, Cioldsbrough, Mort and Co. held an important wool sale on the 13th instant, when they sub mitted a catalogue of 3,180 bales 2,940 bales of which were sold. The offerings comprised three standard clips from Queensland, viz. Corinda, Vindex and Tweeds mtiir together with station scour cci of the clips named, the bal ance being made up of good fell niongers' parcels and crutchings. There was a very good attend ance of the trade, all sections being present and the bulk of the wool was taken by French. York shire and. local buyers ; the com petition was keen and well sus tained throughout, but the mar ket generally must be quoted 5 to 7.per cent, below June salts. Corinda soid at ut> to 13Ad,' for CAE and AAli, AW, AAli and All 12.1 d., Cli I2.U1., CW !2id. A AH and AAW "lad., AAAli, CCW and 1st Necks liW Ili'd., Neck Pieces li & W 1 id., broken iojd., A pieces iojd,, Vindex, AAW and necks W iold., AA wcancrs io}d., AW ()Ad., broken \V g}d., A pieces W ...

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Strathmerton. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 22 August 1913

Strathmni'tnn. The Wattle Dancc held under the auspices. of the A.W.N. League at Strathmcrton on Mon day night last was a great suc ecss. The hall was artistically decorated with beautiful wattle and fevns. The floor was per fect and the music divine. Dur ing the evening two of the local gentlemen made humorous specchcs, thanking the ladies of the A.W.N. League in getting up such a good dancc. . Dancing was indulged in by all till 2.30 a.m. A team of Tocunnval tennis players, consisting of Dr. Clien erv, S. W: Wilson, B. Fcgan, C. Milter, H. Rose and II. Hearn, visited Slrathmcrton on Wednes day last to try conclusions with the renowned local players. Af ter a very enjoyable and exciting match, the Strathmcrton players were found to have won by three games. The courts were in good order and the weather per fect, and too - much cannot be said about the hospitality of the Stvathy ladies. They treated the visitors extra well and the river team are looking forward with great keenness to...

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