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Visit of Brig-General Elliott. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

Visit of Brls.-Qenoral / Elliott. Arrangements Have been com pleted for entertaining Brig.-Gen eral Elliott and his party on their visit to Tocumwal to-day, and en thusiastic gatherings are antici pated. On arrival of the train the Bri gadier-General will be met by a number of returned soldiers (many of his own brigade) and a proces sion will be formed, headed by the brass band. At evening the formal opening of the Tocamwal branch of the Re turned Soldiers' Association will take place, to be followed by a smoke social, when the distinguish ed officer will be entertained by the general public. Judging by the sale of tickets the Pavilion will be crowded to the utmost by residents desirous of doing honor to one of Australia's most famous soldiers.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR 1919 JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

CALENDAR 1919 JULY. Sun. Rises. Sets. h M II1 M 27—Sunday 7 26 5 27 28—Monday 7 25 5 28 20—Tuesday 7 25 5 28 30—Wednesday 7 2't 5 29 31—Thursday 7 23 5 30 AUGUST. 1—Friday 7 22 5 31 2—Saturday 7 21 5 32 Moon. New Moon—27th at 3.21 p.m. l'ti-iit'Qunrler—'ith. at 6.12 p.m. Full Moon—12th at 3.40 p.m. Last Quarter—19th at 1 56 p.m

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Langunyah. WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

Langunyah. (From Our Correspondent ) WELCOME HOME In a right royal style was Driver Peace welcomed back to I/nigunyah ou Tuesday, July ,22nd. Driver Peace, known as Charlie throughout the whole of the district, has seen about 3 years of service, and looks none the worse for his varied and numerous experiences. ■ The school children were to the fore. Nothing that was possible to do was left un done to show how Langunyah people appreciated what Charlie had done. A large shed at "Baden Park" was decorated with Hags, banners, etc., and tables spread with good things all pleasing to the eye. The children with flags waited for the cars which were kindly lent for the occasion, and as the Tiero neared he he was cheered and with a rope attached to his car, was drawn to the place where the receptiou was to be held. About 100 people eat down. The senior pupil of the school, Master Stanley Huckson then presented the hero with a pair of beautifully Inscribed gold sleeve links. Tennis, football.a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

J. M'Mamara & Go. Auctioneers, LAND & FINANCE AGENTS Shepparion H.O. TATURA., TALLYGAROOPNA, DOOKIE, KATANDRA. Personal supervision in dral'ting and SELLING of ai.l Stock entrusted to ds. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. TRUST MONEY TO LEND. Lists of Stock and Land for Sale posted on application. Correspondence Invited. Sale Fixtures: Special Stock and Horse sales a speciality. J. McNAMARA & CO., Auctioneers, Shepparton, Dookie and Tatura AUCTIONEERS, ETC., SHEPPHRTON, NHTHJILIH and NUAIURKHH. Kialla stock sale as advertised. Cqsgrove stock sale as advertised. Nalln^n stock sale 1st Wednesday every month. The Mart sale every Saturdsv Nnthalia stock sale ev;ry Tjurs day. HENRY TUCK. Auctioneer, Stock and Statiu' Ascitis, COBllAM, ft TOCUMWAL. • jLKARINC Sales conducted l» ^ any part of Victoria or Nev South Wales. MONBY TO LUND ON BROAD ACkB' At Lowest Interest. Properties for sale in Gculburn Valley of Vic* oria, und Riverina N S. W Lists of Land and Slock for Salt posted...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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A SECOND COMMITTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

A SECOND COMMITTAL. Ou Friday last, the day following the previous case, Breen was charg ed with a similar offence, of ex changing a horse with Edward Jolly at Tocumwal on or about March 16, 1917. The hearing of the case occupied all day, and tho Beiich wore again of the opinion that a prima facie case had been made out, aud Breeu was committed for trial.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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WISE AND OTHERWSSE. PAT'S SARCASM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

WISE AND OTHERWSSE. (. PAT'S SAHCASM. Ah Private rut Mulligan, of tho— Iriah, wafl leaning agalnut tho sand bag parapet, dividing; 1rin period o! guard iK'tucou nervou# glancoo at hi« battered pcrincopo, and day drenins (A tho little colleen back in Hinornld Into n noiny oholl of tho 5.0 pabtern in sinuated ita brazen nanal organ into tho earth about two foot in front of Pnt'n pnrapot, thereby making a far dlflerant channel of thought lor thb Iiiu'inmn. Aftor tho omoko had clcurod a littlo iinl thu confunion milttidod, a imbalt orn in nctlon few the • trudcd.iUa startled • vUu,;fv —J > nearby dug«orit, nud ga*cd In i ;; on the only vtoiblo portion of Patrick —that being hla head—and in voicd of plnjntlvo inquiry aakod : "Kr—cr—Mulligan, wan that n shell, indeed*?" For a monicnt Pot looked innumer able things at bin nuporlor, i»,ud then, remembering who he wan, anfuvcrod, keoping tiio 9urcomn an much to lilm Bclf aH pofwdblo : "No, floor. Shuro, It'fl only An ef plonlve bullet, el...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Horse Stealing Charge. LOCAL RESIDENT COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

Hor9o Stealing Charge. 1,'OCAI, RESIDENT COMMIT TED FOR TRIAI,. At the Tocumwal court on the 24th ;Iust, before Messts Davie? • and Hutson, J's.P., James Breen, Jun., was charged—" That he did at near Flnley 011 or. about the month of January, 1918, being then • the balllee of a brown draught geld -ing, branded half circle over W on •' ' near shoulder, the property of James Doyle, of Woodsome Lees Station, did fraudulently take -the same by exchanging It for another draught gelding with one Duncan McKenzle." Sergt. Byrne couducted the pro secution, and accused was defended by Mr J." B. Beard. Mr W. R. Johnson attended In the Interests of Mr Doyle. - • The following evidence was elicited :— Sergt. Byrne, after detailing the . arrest of accused on warrant, de posed— On 21st Dec., 1918, saw ac ii.-. ,,tcused with, Doyle at Tocumwal. ' Accused had some horses In a jiad ' rdock near the pound yard on that ■ date Doyle said "'.Where did that horse Dodger come from f" Ac cused replied " It...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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WHAT COAL IS DOING. FORTUNE'S OF A YOUTH'S INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

WHAT COAL IS DOING. FORTUNE'S OF A YOUTH'S INVENTION. A young English chemiat named Ferkin, in 1856, had a notion that bo could pynthftflieG or build up quinine from dmple cbemicals. ' Bat quinine dM not recult from hifl experiments : only era dingy darV precipitate was formed. Perkin woo disgusted. The stuff wonld not rjven dissolve in wat er. He triod alcohol. To his astor. inhment and delight, a moot beauti ful violet colour wo* produced which dyed silk a mngnificiont purple. Al though only eighteen years of age, Perkin wan old enough to realise the vnot commercial p^ciWHties of thio; discovery. It was indeed the begin ' ning of the great aniline dye Indus' try o4 wbish coal is the basis. Cool giw» off gas when heated. Most of our illuminating gas comeH from the coal in that way. In by product coke ovens the coal is heatod. in closed vessels so that the coal it distilled and not burnod up. But do you realise, aeko Mr. George M. Oaks in a 'Popular Scicnce Monthly' paper, that this...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

Victorian Producers' Co-operative Company LIMITED 689-606 Collins Street, Melbourne Sell on consignment t—live stock, wool, grain, hides, skins, tallow, chaff POTATOES, AND ALL kinds OF produce. Rebates to shareholders on Live Stock, Cornsacks;'Twines, Oils, ctc. Government Shipping Agents under tho Victorian Government Wheat Schemer. Woolsellin g Brokers under the War Precautions (Wool) Regulations. Sheop Skin Agents under the War Precautions (Sheep Skin) Regulations, Rabbit Skin Agents under the War Precautions (Rabbit Skin) Regulations. Auction sates weekly of Hides, Skins and Tallow. Tuesdays and Thursdays—Dairy Produce. Fridays—Dead Meat. Live stock Bales as follows:*— Tuesdays, Newmarket, Sheep and Lambs. Wodne sdays Newmarket, Fat Cattle. Wednesdays and Thursdays, Corporation Yards, Pigs.' Fridays, Corporation Yards, Dairy and Store Cattle. Bondi^o—Mondays, Sheep and Lambs. Tuesdays, Cattle and Calves. Fridays, Pigs. Bcnalla—Alternate Tuesdays, Sheep and Lambs. Cattle and Pig...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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"TOO FAT TO RUN." HOW GENERAL STOPPED A RETREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

" TOO FAT TO RUE." ! I * HOW GENERAL STOPPED A liE TREAT. Lord Esther, in a rocont letter I from France, relate© the following ex cellent etory about the French Gener al GroesettJ, who buried recent ly, and whose "Faletaffian proporfc- j dons reminded the.troopa of a welW known Englishman of letters at whom: J they have often laughed. ' In the thicfc of the Battles of Ypres the Frcnch began to retire, under a punishing fire. They wore mot by General Grossed i «• .• ; "What do ytou propone t) do *vJthi mo," ho aaid.' "I am too fat to rim.'J 'away. I am tirod to death, *nd must flit down. Get me a dbair." A solid camp stool wao brought by ; a soldier, and down ho flat, quiotly renting in tho middle of the etorm swopt street, awaiting the advent of the onemy. He continued to fling numorous Joke* sit tho mon as they passed* 'I an unlucky fellow ; I cannot retire. You eoe 1 am good for nothing but to sit where I am." A company in Indian file began to creep past, hugging the tottering wal...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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INCENDIARY GERMAN WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

INCENDIARY GERKWJ WAYS. *9 Spray patrol and haad grenades are Borne of the mean* employed by the German# to destroy .the fair Belgian villages through which they pa Be ; but the beat evidence that they are keen on *uch destruction, a&d that it Ifl not-the mere accident of warfare, \a the statement of n foreign. corres pondent, who describee firebrand dieca K'hieh be aeearts are oarriod by many of the Germau soldiers. They consist of a small wad of composition ro | Bemblinp charcoal, and are compose^ of a nitrocellulose material. Tbey ore potrUttoed, ia «n©l} bagq, which, whea need, are igpHad $ad tivrqwn through windows d the hoiuea which it is fished to bom. Tbe eGeet is that each disc barm violently and Jams* Irom one place to another, much the lame an a ftre-cr acker, but the eom > notion cauwa no nodee. and leaves ho trace.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

The World's Best Separator "ALFA-LAVAL'' IT will pay you to got rid of that old, out-of-date Separator you're at present using and instal a fine new model "ALFA-LAVAL." The "ALFA" is being used daily by 2,000,000 Dairymen the world 'over on account of its Efficiency, Simplicity and Durability. It skims cleaner than any other Separator— this has been proved—is very simple to operate and, if properly handled, will practically last a lifetime. Write (or Catalog "A.51"—post free on request—and . learn more about this wonderful 'Separator. ' Sqi* Pty. LtfJ. " ; ' §38 goifrko §t., MalJjoijpjfo HQW t9 CURE DEAFNESS rjipE Curativo Broportfos of DERF JL PVER nro tjrifly wondqrfijl. A simplo' procuration 1ms rqcoutly boon ' dfb pprorod by an eminent Phyaioiun in Ffunco \vliick hits boQU found wonderfully qiiobt iyo'in ourfng'4<jaf nosB uiid'liouj nqin<ja. No euftprof should fail to try this »plon. did Gups. ' Sent Post Pro# (or 3«r W. Cqo'PEE, 31 Villier. Stent Nertk Jle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

CoaJ Transport. Aria gements have been made to party coal from this State through I Toeumwal for the South Australian raihvays and Adelaide Gas Com pany, aifd the local aijthorities ljaye Ijeeif advised that the first special traifi \vil) arrive to-day. In all a staff of aljoijt twenty me|i wjlj be employed at'Tucuiijwal tiaj} stiippiug coal wliile the strike lasts.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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PROTECTIVE COATING FOR SMALL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

PROTECTIVE COATING FOR SMALL ARTICLE 8. Small articles of metal may be conveniently protected against cor rosion as follows ; The apparatus necessary nay be Improvised" from two tin cans, one larger than the other. The larger can is partially filled with a mixture of one paH of a cheap varnish and two or three parts of wood alcohol. The articles to be treated are pnt into the smal ler can, which has a number of holes punched in it to convert it into' a dipping basket. Lowering the small can into the varnish mixture, and agitating it up and down a few times, will thoroughly coat the arti eleB, when the small can is with drawn and allowed to drain-for a few minutes to get rid of most. of the superfluous liquid, and the pieces are thrown out on to a tray of wire zaesh to complete the draining and to dry. They will be ready to pack in a few mlnuteB. Armlets spoil if sent to the laun dry. A little soap and water applied with a nail-brUBh to the afiected piece of1 khaki will remove the st...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

Personal. • Amoug the awards of the Royal Humane Society at the Melbourne Town Hall ob the 18th ult., was a bronze medal to Mr. Michael Kearney of Baraoga, a N S.W. State school teacher, who rescued three of his pupils from drowning in the Murray, near Cobram, on December 13, 1918. . Mr Yates, shire clerk, is among the number of Berrigan citizens prostrated with influenza. Word has been received that ow ing to conlinued ill-health Rev. Chas. Hain's induction to the local Presbyterian charge cannot yet be definitely arranged. Gunner Archie Shears, a Tocum wal recruit, recently returned home from active service abroad. His many friends aie delighted to see him looking well and apparently lione the worse for his varied ex periences. Mr Wadeson, of Cobram, has been appointed a Jus ice of the Peace. It is expected that B.ig.-General Elliott will be accompanied on his trip to Tocumwal to-day ■'by his wife and mother; - " ■ ■■> Mrs R. J. Barton received the sad news on Sunday of the dea...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL, and Finley Free Press. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919 Local and General Fernhill Subdivision [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL. and Flnley Free Press. (Established 1887.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 1,1919 Local and General Fernhill' Subdivision Quirk and Co's property Bale last Saturday ^vas well attended. Several blocks in Fernhill Estate were disposed of at satisfactory prices, but it was apparent that the prolonged spell of dry weather was affecting most people present, and caution was more evidenced than speculation. Since the sale the firm has been negotiating with buyers privately, and further busi ness has resulted. Convent Bnildiug Fund. , Two successful efforts have been made of late to raise funds in aid of the building fund of the Catholic Convent, which is now nearing com pletion, and the results have boen most satisfactory, reflecting great credit on the organisers. A dauco at Mr Lawler'B residence ou the 23rd was well attended, and a most en joyable evening was spent by all. Last Wednestly night another dance was held in the Pavilion, and the arrangements, under th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

Commenced operations in Tocamwal on July 1st, and marked the occasion by offering spsriat values ia every department. These offerings have all been substantiated. The people of Tocumwal know good values when they see them, and as a result busi ness, beyond all-expejtatlons, has come to this store. It Is my Intention to ''take care of my customers," and a visit to this store wlli convince you that here QUALITY and PRICES are not to be equalled anywhere in'the district. Welcome to Routledge's! Share in the Store's opportunities, which are presented by every department, including— . ."Manchester and House Drapery Costumes and Coats Millinery and Furs Hosiery and Gloves •Mercery and Footwear Grocer'es and Ironmongeiy r &c., &c., &c. H. ROUTLEDGE (Successor to i. G. Wilson) TOCUMWAL Autumn and Winter! Having just opened a full range of Goods for tho coming: Winter, the Public are cordially invited to Inspect. ■ Dress Goods, Coats, Blankets, etc., in rout. a" sty'e...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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FALSE STATEMENT IN BIRTH REGISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

FALSE STATEMENT IN BIRTH REGISTRATION. John Herrick was charged with making a false statement respecting his marriage for insertion in a re gister of births at Tocutmval. Sergt. Byrne prosecuted on be half of the Crown Solicitor, and Mr W, JR. Johnson appeared for de fendant. Sergt Byrne deposed that on the 28th July he saw accused at Tocum wal, and informed him that a war rant had beeu taken out for his ar rest. He asked : What was that for ? and was told that it was for making a wilful false statemeut re specting the registration of his youngest child James. . Accused mide a statement as follows: " I registered the birth of the child James in my own name I didn't think theie was aay harm in it. I signed the book, too. I said I was married to the child's . mother right through ; of course that was not true. Mrs Edgar gave me "a form and I brought it to the Post Office, and the particulars were en tered into the book. It was lead to me. The only excuse I can offer is that I d.d not ...

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Tocumwal Police Court Saturday, July 26. (Before Mr Hutson J.P.) ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES, [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

| Tocumwal Police Court Saturday, July 2G. (Before Mr Hutaon J.P.) ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES, Harry Griffiths, by warrant, wai charged that at Tocumwal 011 Wed nesday, J'nly 23rd last, he falsely pretondod to Mary L. Babington that one Edward A. Babington hadanth orised him to obtain certain monies from the said M. L. Babiugton, and by means of said false pretences he did obtain certain monies. Sergt, Byrno, for the prosecution, stated tlmt the licensed had only been arrested at Nymnrkali on 24th inafc, and asked for a remand to prepare tho evidence, A remand of eight dayB was granted. Thursday, July 31, (Before Mr Longfield, P.M.) INDECENT LANGUAGE. • James Mudie was fined 10/ with 6/ costs for using indecent language iu Denlliquin street ou July 18th. Mr Beard appeared for defendant' and made a strong plea of mitigat ing circumstances.

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NEW WAY OF PAYING OLD BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 1 August 1919

| NEW WAY OP PAYINt; 01,0 WuJk A tailor in a certain Scotch villnf^o took a notion to atart a public lioiino hut heforo doing ho ho oouaidinod 'it would bo wlflo to commit the laird. Kor thnfc purpose ho wailed on tlmt Kcntlminu find mu<lu known hid errahd "Dinna do that.. Will," wild tlio old laird "man ye'll drink j\JI the profit" . "f'roplmtw !" replied Will; "I was umi'T the imprcuuion Uu»t the proph ets \v<'i'o <load.v Notwithstanding thin ndvicc Will (lid Hturt a public. houw, and luUl tn n rnni'idrral)le ettock <if liqunrH on crcd i(v hon fi fclorioiiH merry-making waft inaugurate*! and koj>t up till Will'n bjimda got. m«h dry uh a wIiIhMo." Tim incrctiant from whom Will got IHb goodd popped In on bint pno day, when ho wan Hitting in n very dincon Holnrf.e mood, and demanded payment. "I canna pay ye," naid Will, "but I'll tell ye what I'll do—I'll gl'o yo another ordor I"

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