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THE MORTGAGE LIFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

THE MORTGAGE LIFTER. (By G. A. McCulIough, Nayan, Ontario,) The mortgage cords were closing last, The day lor payment was long past, He'd misscil in life tlic proper start—■ Tlic dairyman ^as sail at heart, A good milch cow. IVith father's cows he'd laboured long, t He'd worked cach year lor but a song ; But realised he'd lose his place If quick lie didn't change that pace With brindlc. He'd heard of breeds of cows galoro Distributed from shore to shore ; He studied records and lie found , That nil the big ones centred round 'Ihat Ulack-and-Whitc. He read, too,, that) her milk was good; . The best of all for human food ; For proteids and for votal worth tt had no equal on this 'earth— ! Great Ho'.stein cow 1 He questioned breeders and he found ?ounp HolsteinB thrifty were and sound ; . , As soon as'born they drink like fish, A happier lot one could. not wish Than .raisin's them. So then this man made .up his mind To buy the best he could find : Borrowed the cash and went light on Fo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

Fqx Bronchial Coughs take Wouus' Great Peppermint Lure, I/O. BE CONSTANT ALWAYS. The constant drop of water wears away the hardest stone, The constant gnawing lowser masticates the toughest bone The constant Cooing lover carries olf the blushing maid, And the constant Advertiser is the one who gets Hie trade. For Children's Hin-kiiif Couph al n.irht, Woods' Grea: Peppermint curc, 1/6. Al the recent Wagga show Mr. Wilkinson, of Yanawonga dis tiit:t, sold 5 nice draughts for an aggregate of .)Ou guineas. The highest price realised was 161 guineas, which was paid lor a ully by Major Melrose, uut of Roseueath Princess. Trlod a Sample.—"Some years ago I was subject to bilhousnesa from which 1 could get no rehet,' says Mr. W. G. Miller, grocer, Lindfield, N.S.W. "1 was given a sample of Chamberlain's Tab lets and in a few hours after tak ing them all traces ol bilhousness was completely gone. When ever there has been a recurrence of the trouble I have got im mediate relief from Chamber la...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARM. IRRIGATION OR CONSTANT CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

THE FARES. ■ 3—=— IRRIGATION OR CONSTANT CUL TIVATION, The following experience of rn American grower' related in the 7Rural New Yorker" draws attention to tho immense value of soil stir ring as an-nd.iunet of or. substitute for irrigation ' With the former I luvc had Uttlc experience so I will speale of the lat ter method and relate my experience with a patch oi rhslonfj conta'nfng about two acres. WiMi «n early and. oUnrwiso ex ceptional favorable' spring' and with' the land in fine condition, X planted this field May If, th's being rovrte what earlier than usual. Boon nftcr this, cold, damp v,'father »:ct,in an i continual,' ami-. a^ont ten d \Vh later I feared my seed was spoiled ; co to make sure' of a good stand I re planted about JVnc 1. This time I planted from ten to fifteen -seeds bfesidc the first hills'and I now felt sure I was safe, and continued to cultivate, watt for warm weather and watch results.' I also stirred the hills frequently with a garden rake. Of the first ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S SPHERE. TOILET SECRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

WOMEN'S SPHERE. (By "Mavis.") TOILET SECRETS. Tlie secret of abundant and glossy hair is plenty of brushing. Hair tonics and. restorers are good where the hair is falling out owing to sickness or ill / health, but every one sold rccommcnds plenty of brushing along with its use. Keep the hair clean, not so much by fre quent washing which is not good - for the hair, but by careful brushing regularly every night. Keep two brushes in use if pos sible, and keep them clean. Choose brushes with long bristles and not too. hard. In stead of using soap, wash the hair with the yolk of an' egg beaten up in a pintr*of warm water. Never use soda, it rots the hair and turns it grey. A little borax, l teaspoonful to a pint, or a few drops of ammonia may be used to soften the water, and help to cleanse, more es pecially if there be dandruff. The three following are excell ent for removing dandruff :— 1. Best .Castor Oil, Aoz. Spirits of Rosemary 3dri. Bay Rum, 30Z. Rectified Spirits of wine 30Z. Aft...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

A flight of stairs has-been crccttd In Paris over, which 14,000,000 per sona have passed without bo much as scratching tho surface. Tliese. steps are almost imperishable, for in the concrete of which they arc con structed a generous proportion ol' carborundum lias been introduced, and since the, carborundum is almost as hard as the diamond, it has givcu the concrete 'a'wearing quality which no marble or 'granite coula possibly approach. \ '% little cfianga Su th'o 'pocket if Svorth two la tho weather.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

cu: 1©W AND o OCTOBER 15, 16, 17 and 18. Will be Held In H. H. CASEY'S PADDOCK. On The Abovo Dates. FANCY STALL, RE FRESHMENT STALL, FLOWER STAND, - SWEET AND PRO DUCE TABLES, FOR TUNE TELLING, HOOP-LA, SHOOTING GALLERIES, AUNT SALLY AND SWINGING BOATS. :: :: :: " Proceeds in aid of ST. ALBAft'S CHURCH. SCHEDULE. CLA88 A. Pot Plants'. Sec. Prize, i Puschia .. .... 2/6 21 Pelargonium .. .. ,, 3' 3 Geraniums .... .. 5/ . 4 -Palm 3/6 5 'Asparagus 2/6 6 Foliage Plant .. .. ,, 7 Smilax .. .. .. „ 8 2 Begonias .. .. ,, 9 Pot Maiden Hair Fern ,, 10 Hanging Basket .. .. ,, 11 Cyclamen .. .... 12 Aspidistra ,, 13 Dracena ,, 14 B^st Collection of Ferns (not less than four) .. 7/6 15 Best Collection Pot Plants (not less than six) .. 10/ CLA88 B. Cut Flowers. Sec.; Prize. 1 N Collection of Petunias 2/ 2 Collection of Stocks .. ,, 3 Champion Rose .. ■ 2/6' 4 Best Three Roses .. 3/ 5 Collection of Roses .. 51 0 Six Carnations . .• • 2/ • 7 Collection Poppies • • 2/ 8 Collection of Cut Flowers 10/...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN OUTLIVE MEN. THEIR VITAL TENACITY IS A MYSTERY NOT YET SOLVED BY SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

WOMEN OUTLIVE MEN. 4 THEIR VITAL TENACITY IS A MYSTERY NOT YET SOLVED BY SCIENCE. Women are callcd the weaker see; but the fact is that when tested by the length of their life, and hy their power to endure suffering and to re sist disease thsy are physically sup* perior to \men. An English statisticcn has calcu lated that of two children, a boy and a girl, born on the rnire day, the boy will have only 17 chances against 11 of living cne yrar, v.hile the girl will have 21 chances against 11. From 5 to 15 there appeals to bo but little diflerence, but from 15 to 19 the hoy will have 269 chanccsi and , the girl 277 chances or living against i 1 of death. The advantage in favour of the fe male increases, especially from 35 to 75, when the ratio drops slightly till after 8P„ when the man will have ' only 3 chances of life against one of death while the woman's chances will be much greater. The repo.rt of the United States Census Bureau on the vital statistics of this country for the year...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

0 © —4 < Finley Implement Works and Foundry, T BEG . to announce that in consequence of Melbourne firms -B- cutting'Cash Prices fa this district'for One-way Cultivators, apparently with the view of killing the locally made Cultivator, I have decided to reduce my Cash Prices, a Ivertise thoroughly, and sell to all farmers at th^ one price, viz ' v 6ash in t days on truck Finley 8 plates £21. " i'"'- >> ■■■' ■ » ~ »> •»» ■ »» > »s ji ii n i! ■ ■ 12 i -Si2H' Patent Duplicate Boxes in wheels wlilch savis]!axlea from auy . .. wear at all. 20s extra. A trial given with every machine. My Spike Rollers made in 9ft and lift widths have over 200 more spikes than any other rifoke and are therefore 200 per cent better. Water Tanks made on the premises and in stock. McKAV'S Harvester Duplicates in stock AT MELBOURNE PRICES. - Waggons, Drays, Buggies, & Sulkies made to order. Farrier; Coachbuilder, General Blacksmith, and Veterinary Dentist. "DEGS to inform the Farm...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

, IF You Want This Kind we are THE PRINTERS. ' - WritQ Us or Ring Up 'Phono . No. 8, —THU Pioneer News* paper . . 01' .. The District.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING. Creates many a New -business. Enlarges Iilanv an Old Business. Revives iiiiiii) a Dull Business. Preserves many a Large Bus iness. Saves many a Kallintr Business. •Seeures sueeess in Any Business. ADVERTISE ]N Tllli TOCUMWAL 'GUARDIAN.'

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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SHOW FIXTURES. For 1913 Season. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

SHOW FIXTURES. For 1013 Season. Tcniuia-- Scpl . J.| and 25. Jcnldciic • hi:|>tomi)cr a<|. 1'lay-—Sept. 30 and (Jet. I. Uerriuan--October y. Aullutliuii- Octnljer I. l-oekliart-October I. Yarravvonga—Octobcr 1 and 2. Cobram—October 7. Hillston—October i>. Ntimuikali—rOclobcr 1(3.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE FARM. STOCKING AND OVERSTOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

THE FARC fr STOCKING AND OVERSTOCKING. An ctpcricaced farmer will see that /lis lime* paddocks are utocked with just the uuraber of sheep or eattlo tbnt will entail neither shortage ot feed or waste .of grass. .Tudirioua grazing can never be accomvHbhed on largo 'wide-ranged areas whero English grasses are sown, and , tho fence Is a most necessary adjunct to successful and economic pasturing of stock, j A large area appropriately divided with; fences and the s'tock rotated from one paddock to another will carr> quite fully half ns many hoad again, if not more. The stoe'e will, moreover, do better and be much healthier, adding very substantially: to tbc settlers' income. Moving them from one paddock to another aa the feed is eaten down and becomes foul ed with the droppings of the animals will give each paddock a chance to g,et thoroughly washed and cleaned with rains, making the flush of grass awaiting , grazing after the spell wholesome feeding. Such paddocks, too, can stand hea...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PERILOUS MOMENT OF WAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

PERILOUS MOMENT OF WAKING. . "Many more crimes are enacted during a state of profound somnam bulism than is generally knoan." Dr. Forbes Winslow, the mental ex pert, who Is vice-presidrnt of the Psycho-Therapeutical Society, ex pressed this opinion to a London "Express" representative the, other day. He was able to supplement the of Dr. T. B. Hyslop that many crimes are committed in a state an alagous to somnambulism. Some in teresting examples were given by Dr. Forbes Winslow from his own par sonal experience. "There was the case," he said, "of a man who suddenly awoke at mid night. At the njoment of awaiting he imagined he saw a fearful spectre. He callcd out, "Who is that?" and, receiving no answer, imagined that the phantom was advancing on him, and having altogether lost his self possession, he raised a hatchet and attacked the spectre. He found later he had murderejl his wife. "Another case was that of a pedlar Who was in" the habit of walking about the country with an armed B...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLASS H.—SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

QLA3§H.—3HEEP. Merino Ram. Hamilton , I., Merino , Ewe. " T. Quinn l. v D.' Hamilton 2. Lincoln Ram. A. B; and J. Anderson 1. '• A. S. Hamilton 2. Lincoln Ewe. A. S. Hamilton 1.. D. Hamilton 2. Leicester Ram. , . A. B. and J. Anderson - 3. Leicester Ewe. J..T. 'l'aylor 1 and 2. Pen of 3 Fat Sheep. D. Hamilton J, A. S. Hamilton 2. Pen 3 Fat Lambs. G. Pinchen X. J. T. Tayloc 2.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONE FOR HIS CHEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

ONE FUR HIS CHEEK. • 'Try our patent razors ! Best Value in the world ! Two shillinge and sixpence, post frco from Strop and Company Sheffield." Thus ran the advertisement; and, seeing it, an experienced "sponger's" eyes glistened. A Strop patent razor he must have, thoUgS. the - finding of the half-crown was a "practical im possibility, so he. wrote "Gentlemen,—I have pleasure" in en closing a postal order for two shill ings and sixpence. Please send me ~~onc of your patent razors by return. P.S.— As I don't possess two shill ings and sixpence at the moment, I cannot send it. However, X have no doubt you will send the razor.' In a concern like yours one postal order more or less will not mattor;" Messrs. Strop and Company replied as follows — "Dear S'ir,—We beg to forward you the razor, and thank you for your, esteemed patronage. P.S.—Our packer has carelessly forgotten to enclose the razor. To one with a chcek such as yours, however, on? razor more oriless will not matter I"

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CLASS 1.—DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

CLASS I.—DOCS. Greyhound Dog, Wm. Fuller ,i. G. Pinchen a. •, Greyhound Bitch. D. M'Nair I. •D. and J. M'Kenzie 2. Greyhound-Dog under 12 months. Wih. Fuller I. John Ouinn 2. v. Greyhound Bitch, under 12 ; months, .i. : i ' ;.I). and J. M'Kciizie 1, . J. Clarke 2. ■ Fox Terrier, Dog and Bitch; : J. Quirk a. .Irish Terrier, Dog arid Bitcli. 'John Grinham J. - Cattle Dog or Bitch'. II. Young r. H. C. Mason. 2, Sheep Dog. . S. Malone 1. ; • D. Pinchen _ 2. Sheep'Bitch. .» D. and J. M'Kenzie 1.' Jas. Boyd 2.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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JUSTICE IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

JUSTICE m JAPAN. Yang Ki-Tak has discovered that it is &n expensive matter to defend a Britisher. 'It has cost him three* years of consistant persecution, and now a sentence of two. years' penal servitude. .. v In June, 1908, Mr. BethelJ, the edi tor of , a Korean paper,, was charged with inciting- the natives there against the Japanese. Koreans were afraid to give^. evidence in Bethell'e favour, but finally onei—Yang Ivi-Tak —spoke out. The representative of the Jarancsc Government said in court that he would not be penalised /or anything he said. Jn the foHow iity inontk, howsver, Yang was tn ticcd from, the house where he was living under British protection, and arrested by the Japr.nesc on a charge of fraud. When the British- Consul intervened, Yang's health had al; ready been broken by the horrible treatment received in prison. British extra-territoriality ceased in Korea. Then Yang was promptly arrested again by the Japanese, this time on a charge Qf conspiring against...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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GLASS J.—POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

GLASS J.—POULTRY. Leghorn Cocky brown. ! J. and A. Cumings i and 2.■■ Leghorn-Hen, .brown.. . . J. and A. Cumings i and 2. Leghorn' Pullet, brown. • • J. atjd A." Cumings V Leghorn Cock, white. " H. C; Mason I . J. and A. Cumings 2. . Leghorn Hen,.white,. If. C. Mason ). J. and. A;. turnings 3. Leghorn Cockrel, white. .. Hv Cv Mason 1. , . Leghorn Pullet, White. T» ' H. C; Mason- l_. • ' / ; J. and A. Cumings 2. Wyandotte Cock, silver. ' . J. and A. Cumings 1 and 2. Wyandotte Hen, silver. J. and A. Cuinings I and 2. Wyandotte Cockerel, silver. Mrs. Jno. Forcstai 1. Wyandotte Pullet, silver. ' J. and A. Cumings' 1. James Crozier 2. Wyandotte' Cock 1 or Cockcrcl. white! . ' I .D. M'Kcnzie 1. . - Wyandotte Hen;; white. D. M'Kcnzic 1. •Mrs. J. Forestal 2. Orpington Cock, black. - J; and A. Cuinings 1 and 2. "■Orpington Hen, black'. J. and A. Cumings 1. . P. Marantelli 2. Orpiiigton Cockerel,' black. j; and A. Cumings ' and 2. Orpington Pullet, black.; J; and A. turnings 1 and 2. Orphing...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CLASS K.—FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

CLAS8 K.—FARM AND DAIRY" PRODUCE. _ Bag of . Wheat, ^ bushels, grown by exhibitor, to bp judg ed for milling purposes.- , ; Moulton Bros: I. Herbert Uphill 2. John Ouinn 3. f Bag Federation Wheat, 3 bushels, grown by; exhibitor, to be judged fpr milling-purposes. D. Pinchen 1. . _i.. > J. Dale 2. . Bafj . Algerian Oats, grown by -exhibitor, in district, in IQ12-13. . . ^oulton Bros. 1. ,1 . • Bag Wheaten'Chaff;, grown by exhibitor; ' ' • ■ - ' J. Burke i; ■ •" Moulton Bros. 2. • /lb-Potted Buttpr (to'be ill the' hands' of secretary ir| days be-. fciire^Shbw),'/)' Mrs- M;"J3aines I. ' 'Mfs. Wejjterdale 2. • Best -Plate of Butter. ■ • ' Mrs. J. ;Barnes .. E. Tongs 'a,.,, 3lb-Buttcr in Rolls for market. y . ' Miss^S.-Westerdale " ■ ; . Mrs. R. 'T. Haines-- -^'.- ' . Ham, cured by cxliibitor1. G. Pinchen 1. G. Limbrick 2. Side or'Flitch Bacon, cured by exhibitor. ; ' M'Murray Bros. I. , Dozen Hen Eggs;; 1 A. S. Hamilton, 1. ' H. C. Mason , '2. > .

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CLASS D.—PONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

: . . : CLASS D.—P0NIE8. • Pony Stallion 14 hands a.u. •'■■■ Gordon Anderson 1." : Hamilton Bros 3,. ; •* 'Porijf.Mare, 14'hands a,u. L,' Lfmbrick ' 1. U. Marantclli .3, .. 'John Venn 3. • ; Sulky Pony, 14 hands,..driven.' ..in harness. D.. W. 'Aitken 1. John Knight '2. J. Hill 3. • Pair Buggy Ponies, 14 hands a.u, Tolin Knight 1. • . P. M. Wells . 2. : - . G. Daltoii;-, 3. ■: ' Pbhy,* 12 1 lia'nds' a.u. • to be '•ridden-by'a boy or 'girl 15 years or-under. ■ ■ ~' Jc'ssic M'AUister •••'J. • ■ J. Widdup ' 2. • J. M'Rae 3.: • ■ ■'Galloway, IS hands ;i.u. t'c> be riddety or driven.' - J. iinjjT A. Cumjngs' j', A.'E. Hay 2.' . Win f'nmicll '

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