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SMART BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
BMAHT HOYH. Thft nchoolmftiftor wna giving the hojn a Ircturc on thrift., mid pointed out that nv«n animals giflrcinod tlmt :iiiA)lty, fo«tnncinff how i*quinol« ntor»d up nuty for the wint.or. Then hp nalrod for another HhuitrnMon of thrift in nnimnlfl) and one hoy cried out : "A dog !" "A doR I In whnt wny doon n (log prncMco thrift ?" ••IMwir.o nir, wh«n ho turnn aftor hin tail, he iunk«R both md« incut." The nuifltcc lnnghrd f\nd unoUior boy mid : "A l>onr !" "Well, whnt dooa tin? bror do-?" "Ho miikesA on* coat Inst him a life time."
"THE GASWORKS." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
"THE GASWOKKS." Will Thorite, M.P., ban explained why he declined to share in the re cent honours. I Baw him the. other day shaking hands with somo Metro;, politan Mayoro, eorae of them from the Wiwt EInd boroughs. "I must go" he said, "because I have to gst busy at the gasworks.v One of the r' ntlemen adorned w(t*\ a soarJet robq ind maypral chain, ex plained that,;' . Thqrno waa'head of the Gaaworkers1 Union, and added : 4'I had no idea that he still labour ed at the gaa works." They did not know that Willibornd refers to the House of rflnjmr>lta "Hub gaffworlMK"
Deniliquin District Court Wednesday, 23rd July. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
Deniliquin District Court Wednesday, 23rd July. Walter Knicit Schier v. Cliarlus Henry Schier : Claim for £41/13/9 alleged to be o.viug by defendant lo plaintiff oti partnership accounts. Mr J. N. Mason (iustructed by Mr A. H. Wimleyer, Deniliquin) for plainfiff, and Mr Norinau McGhle (instructed by Mr W. R. Johnson, Tocumwal) for defendant. Defendant pleaded not indebted, and that at the material time ho either was or was not a partner. Council for plaintiff, after prov ing the partnership, cottid produce no evidence of dissolution, and the point was taken by counsel for de fendant that the court had no juris diction. ' This objection was upheld and a uou-suit granted. Defeudaut secured a like verdict in a similar case in which John Oliver Schier was the plaintiff.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
W. J. Quirk & Co, LAND AND STOCK SAMOSMNN Tocumwal. I'liuno 5, Tocumwal, Wiros * 'Quirk Co." CLERKING STILES, Conducted by Mr W, J. Quirk in any L'urt of tho District. Prompt .Settlement. TRUCKS PGR VfiT STOCK Ordorod and conaignod to any Molbouruo agontfj froo of charge. Good Accommodat ion Pmldockn closo to yardd always available at a nominal foo. L71ND PGR SJILE . ^And oxchantfo throughout Victoria and Novr South . \VaU-:», ' KntrUk tnvitod. Liatd frou on application. INSURANCES ISfloetod on Lifo, Property, and Livo Stock on Liberal Tonnu. AGENTS POR North llritish l^iro I.uuriuut) C'>., ouial Mutual l&lt;ifo Am irmoi Sooioty. A Leading Melbourne I'iriua. COKRKSI'ON'DK^CM 1 XV IT 131) McKENZIE & CO. NORTHERN & RIVER1N \ AGENTS Land, Sheep & Cattle Salesmen. Echuca and Kyabrain (Vic.) Deniliquin, Matlioura and Finloy (N.S.W.) And in MELBOURNE, McLean, McHenzie & Co., Salisbury Buildings, Bourko-street We wilt lie pleased to U:ive ...
Tocumwal Police Court Thursday, July 24. (Before Messrs Davies and Hutson, J's.P.) LARCENY AS A BAILIE.' [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
'Toourhwal Police Court; Th ursday, July; 24. (Before VIesars Davies utid Hutson, J'a-PQ LARCENY AS A BAILIE.' James Breou, Jan., present 011 remand, was charge!—" That lie did at uenr Kinley ou or about the month of January, 1918, being theu the bailiee of a bro-.vn draught geld iug, bran 'erl hnlf circle over W on near shoulder, the property of James Doyle, of Woodsouie Lees Station, did fraudulently take the same by excli nging it for another draught gelding with one Duncan McKenzie." Sergl. Byi tie conducted tl\e pro secution, and accused was defended by Mr J. B. Beard. Mr \V. R Johnson attended in the interests of Mr Doyle. Evidence wna toudorod for the prosecution by Sergt. Byrno, Jaraos Doylo, Henry Tuck, Duncan Mc-1 Konziu, John G. Wilnou, and W\ Gash, and after lioaring samo the Boneli considered a prima facio caso was made out against accused, Breon, who reserved his dofouco, was committed lo lake liis trial at tlio Quarterly Sossions, Narandora, 011 August 2Slli, bail bei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
J. M'Namara & Co. Auctioneers, LAND & FINANCE AGKNTS Shepparton H:0. TAtURA, TAU/VG AROO'PNA, DOOK.I1J, KATANDRA. PltRSONAI, SUHtRVlSION IN DRAPTINO AND sijm.ING 01' am.'Stock hntrusthd to us. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. TRUST MONEY TO LEND. Lists of Stock and Land for Sale postod on application. Correspondence Invited. Sale Fixtures: Special Stock nnd Horse sales a speciality. J.McNAMARA & CO., Auctioneers, Shepparton, Dookie and Tattira AUCTIONIiliRS, ETC., SHEPPHRTON, IMHTHHLIJl and NUMURKHH. Kialla stock sale as advertised. Cosgrove stock sale as advertised. Nalingii- stock .sale. lst Wednesday every month. The Mart sale every Saturday Natbalia stock sale ev-?ry Thurs day. HENRY TUOK. Auctioneer, S!j.:k and Sialic» A trails, CollltAM, n Tocumwai. » &lt;LKARINC Sales conducted li any part of Victoria or Ne»: South Wales. Monhv to i.knw on Bkoau Ack» At Lowest Interest. Properties for sale in Gculburn Valley of Vic* oria. and Kiverina N S. \\ Lists of Land ...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
Personal. Private John O'Neill droppod in to this ollice on Monday last with a request that wo should express his doopest thanks to tlio public of Too-, umwul for the. handsome gold medal presented to liiin. This wu do with pleasure. The modal was subscribed for somo tinio last year, but Private O'Neill was away from' the district at tlio time, and since tliou has been in hospital among' other plaoes, so that the medal failed to reach him. ; On his rotnrn to Tocumwal on Sat urday, however, tlio medal was handed to hpn safe and eound. Wo aro pleased to announce that Cr. W. J. Quirk, who has beou laid up for soveral weeks pust, is now almost fully recovered and is able to resumo his usual business occupa tion. The railway station boro a gay appearance on Tuesday, where a number of gaily decorated cars were drawu up, having convoyed anum bor of Frionds and relatives from The Rocks distriot to moet Private C Peaoe, who arrivod that day by the Molbuurno train The warrior, after many hear...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
Rifle Shooting The following are the scores in the last Woodsome Lees trophy com petition, wbioli was concluded on the 20th, the conditions being 8 shots at the 20U and 300 yards ranges: - Score. Hep. Tot.' J. Flanagan D. Haynes W. Byraim W. E. Hobson H. Beacliley J. C. McPlierson P. Boasley H. Cann H. Tuck J. MuGrory [. Ffrost 71 7 77 72 5 77 64 13 77 72 4 76 61 . 15 76 70 . 5 75 66 5 71 56 15 '71 69 2 71 49' 19 68 54 13 67
Peace Celebrations. BIG GATHERING At TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 25 July 1919
Peace Gelebrations. BIG GATHERING At TOCUMVVAIy. The celebrations locally, to mark the compact of Pence entered Into - by all the powerful nations of the world after m're than four years' terrible strife—of war and destruc tion-were in^':eeping with the happeniugs elsewhere throughout a mighty Empire. Praise for Victory, Thankfulness for Deliverance, and Joy for Peace were the dominant notes in all the festivities, and to * day a mighty Nation enters into a new era_ wherein full enjoyment of peaceful pursuits Is the concern of its people. , The weather was propitious for an out-of-door midwinter gather ing, and residents were astir early. The celebrations took tho form of a procession in the morning, . picnic aud sports during the after "V:nion, and a picture entertainment : • to conclude with at night. The chief aim was to interest the child ren, and judging by the manifest ations of exuberant spirit on the pirt of the youngsters, success was more thau achieved, THE PROCESSION The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919
| '"causes of coughing,; Coughing ia only nocoasary to remove phlegm that accumulates in the throat and ! on tho lungs. You can gob rid of this ■ phlogm by taking Chamberlain's Cough : Komody. If you do this you save tho wnar j and tour on your throat, lungs and norv j ous system cauaod by ooughing. Not only docs Chamberlain's Cough Komody got rid tbp cough but it leaves your throat and lungs in such a healthy condition that you uro not so likely to catch cold, Sold Everywhere. A Blessing to Nerve Sufferers. - Nerve sufferers (and who is tiisrc who doesn't suffer from nerves at com# timo or other?) we ororywhoro roporting wondor fnl results from tho uao of Hcan's Tonib Nervo Nuts, which, by purifying and I enriching tho blood andbuildingup healthy i nerve And brain tissue, dispel anob neu rosthonio conditions as Hondftohoa, Baok aoho, Ineomuin, Dyspepsia, Brainfag. Lassitude, and Norvous Breakdown* At j they do not oontain any opiates, n&rootios, I strychnino, bromides, or o...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919
Obituary. Tlio dualli oucnrrud at Koouooinoo' on''(lio'_20ih ult,, of Mrs IOIizabulh Oreilion, un old resident of that district, who Inid attained tlio ripu old ago of 92 years. Tlio interment took place in tlio Tuoumwivl cemetery 011 Wednesday last, wlion a number of mourners paid their last sad ro spects to memory of tlio decoasod lady..- 'flip ftuioral BorvicowaR con dnctod by Mr Stevens (I'resbytoriaii) and tin; inoi'tuary uvrangemonts wore discharged by Mr'S. Hiitson.
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919
Football. Toeumwal pay a visit to Fitiley tomorrow. If our boys should win it will givo thorn n good chance of running up in tlio prolimiuary rounds for the district premiership, A dolugatus moeting, callod for Tuosday evening, lapsed for want of a quorum... | Tootimwars team for to-morrow is as follows:—Cann, Herhorte, Lor eiiz, Powull (lij, Luu, Harris, ilan sell (3), Baylies, Wilson, Sullivan, Haloy (12), Wnro, Ueachley, Bill,tor field. Emergencies—Davios, Wil liams, Thomas, Jolloy, Quirk. Cars loavu at 2 p.m.
Sporting Notes. Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919
Sporting Notes. Golf. A toam of lady and gent, golfers paid tho Cobram olub ft visit 011 Wednonday last, and although woll bontou in a friondly toams' hiatoh, tlio visitors spout a most onjoyablo aftornoon, Sooing that many of tho lopal players havo only commoncod to play golf, their first performance 611,a strange course was vory satis factory. Tho lady mombors of tho homo plub ontortaiued tho visitors 111 Bplondid style, and bofore departiug a voto of thanks was accordod them for.tho.hospitality disponuod. Pre sident Little, of Cobram, expressed his club's dolight at tho visit of the Tocnmwal club, which ho thought would provo only tho forerunnor of mauy similar gatherings. Tho scores wore as follows :— Gontrf. Coiuuti. Holes. 'I'ocuMWAii. Ilolos. II. T. Howor sq. 13. A. McTa^gart aq. J. li. litmntson 0 A. J. Williams T. It. Quick 2 M. L. JVIurphj L. Grant l K. Iloarn W. Williams l II. MoVittio F. Gallop 4 II. L. Dwyor — Fnrroll 0 J. Ford Total ... 11 Total ... Lfujios. . fains St...
Tocumwal Brass Band. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919
Tocumwal Brass Band. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above was held at the Mechanics' Insti tute ou Wednesday evening. Mr G. l«ove, in the absence of Mr J. D. Davie", president, owing to Ill ness, occupied the chair. There was a good attendance of members. The minutes of the lait annual meeting were confirmed, ou the motion of Messrs Siujmouds and J. Henrn. Financial, Statismknt. The financial statement, duly audited, submitted by the secretary (Mr H. Heani). showed that the receipts for the year amounted to .£130/3/3, and the year ended with a credit balance of ,£2Y/ll/8. The chief sources of revenue were— Engagement .630/14/, public con tributions £33/7/, piayei'j contri butions .£9/5/, sundry collections .£5/3/, band socials ^4/19/11/, March to Freedom committee ,£5, Red Cross Bail ,£.io/2/(>, donations to instrument fund 11/. The expenditure included — Bandmas ter's salary ,£78, put chase of in-' striiment '£I 'J, repairs, music, ma terials, etc , £lo/S. BANDMASTER'...
GUNS TO GET GOTHAS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919
GUNS TO GET GOTHAS. Although tho persistant raids by German air-craft have had but little practical result bo far in ISngUnd, they have demonstrated the futility of tho anti-aircraft gun as an efficient means of defence, for, although tbuy have apparently provwl too much for the huge Zcpplins, they are of little avail agaiuBt the lilliputian aeroplane While the monster Zepplin offered a possible target, in spite of his speed, the diminutive aeroplane offers such a small objective, at the height at which it works, that a hit can only be made by chaaice, and some of these assailants have successfully made the way through, and over, tho fierce tar rago firo that has been organised against them. In using those guns, says one auth ority, absolute direction of fire can foardly be of great importance aa tho height at which the shellB thrown are sot to explode, for tho small fiyer is much moro liable to be damaged by the multitude of piccee scattered by tho explosion of a shell, or the show...