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WOMEN'S CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

womens clubs. . V/hta women's clubs were: first started there was a, per Iectvoiitcryiu the papers about the ^luxury • with which one pi the first was furnished and as to the fact that it contained a smoking-room. Men wrote almost hysterically about this encourage' ment to luxurious living and idleness that clabs for our sex would certain ly aflord. - Well, that is' probably • about twenty years ago, and now what are the real results ? The average woman's club is. one of. the busiest centres in London. Three-fourths of the members are'in terested in either philanthropic or business work, and the club affordi * them the opportunity of uninterrupt ed letter-writ'ing and study of the various problems which their work opens to them for solution. Tin other fourth may probably belong to the irresponsible portion of society, devoted to card-playing,, to dress, and other light amusements. But, as a rule, the woman's club, instead of being an encouragement to ' luxury and idleness, has becom...

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

CLASS E.— HUNTERS AND HACKNEYS. . Hackney, -12st. D. W. Aitkcn i. E. Oiiirk .- 2. f '?"{ ./J^S.rTaylor £i; "i Hackney iost. ' J. R. Davis 1. D. AV. Aitken 2. E. Quirk .3. . ' . 1' L'liiily's Hackncy,-'to be ridden by lady. J. R. Davis 1 and 3. ,; D. ,W. A.itkcnr i2, : Maiden Hunter. J. R. Davis""Goodwood" I. J. Mason's "Omah Kyaliam" 2. W.Hall 3. Open Hunter, to ^urry not less than 11 st. ... R. Trcwick 1. J.. R. Davis 2. J. Mason 3. Poriyi.Hunter, 14.2 a.u. W. Rowc 1. • • ■ R. J. Barton 2. • ' • Siitcliffc Bros. 3. Ladies' Hunter. . - Miss Muriel Mason J.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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EXTRA HEAT FOR CHILLED CHICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

EXTRA HEAT FOR CHILLED CHICKS. Should chickens seem to he chilled or a bit inclined to diarrhoea because of .exposure to damp conditions, a good effect can be securcd where they are being reared artificially l>y in creasing the heat of the brooder. The artificial warmth helps them wonderfully., just as we know sun shine does. It will not harm chicks to raise the temperature to 35 de grees F., three inchcs above the floor, even when they arc three weeks old. Still, the general tendency should be to reduce the heat gradually. The effect of keeping . it raised to such temperature is to postpone the time when the chicks can be leaned from it. Of course, if the artificial heat is to he contained too long, there is a great tendency to make the birds delicate all their Jires. So in rais ing the heat for urgent cases, this should be kept In mind, and the prac tice mnst not be abused by any per son who wishes to be mistakenly kind. * • -

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

CLASS F.—TROTTERS. "Trotting Stallion. J. Donkin i. Jno. Reynojdson 2. R. Trewick 3.,... ■: ;• Trotting Marc or {.iclciirig, style'and pace in harness. G. Dalton 1. J. Donkin 2. Trotting Colt or Gelding, 2 yrs. R. T. Haines 1. S. Malone 2. Trotting Colt or Gelding, 1 year. A. A. Donaldson I. R. Trewick2. Trotting Filly, 2 years. R. Trcwick 1. L. arid A. Mitchell 2. Trotting Filly, 1 year. R.'T; Haines 1.' A. A. Donaldson 2. Pony, Trot, 14.2 a.u-., fastest I time to be ritider^or driven, two ' at a time—one mile. ' G. Dalton 1. E. H.. Way 2. . Handicap Time Test T-rot, . ridden or.driven, one mile. M. Langtry 1. D. W. Aitken 2. Time Test Trot. . Wm.1 Fuller I. D. W. Aitken 2.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PEREGRINE. VENTURESOME; DASHING COURAGEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

the peregrine;. VENTURESOME ; DASHING COURAGEOUS. ,, Prom among the raptorial birdB ol the British Isles the peregrine fal con stands out pre-eminently as ttic most venturesome* the most dashing, and finest in courage. The little merlin is interesting to watch. Its flight and its tactics are super?) in its chase of snipe and such-like sw'ift prey, l)Ut chiefly owing to its smaller size and the smaller quarry it seeks, the wonder of watching the merlin suffers in comparison, with his larger cousin. Both of them are "noble" hawks : they nevtfr lower themselves to the level of carrion- caters ; their tastes are entirely for' freshly-killed food, and ever the clear, penetrating eyes arc on the loo':-oufc for a victim : ever their win;rs are braced for a1 stern chase over moorlp.nd and crngs. and to watch a stern chase 1>$ one of these falcons is a sight to tie re membered. The wild duck is no mean flier ; heavy bird though he is, he can get up a pretty turn of speed, hut wherever the...

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

| CLASS C.—CATTLE. "Shorthotn Bull. , J. Quinn i. ' G. • W. Pinchcn 2. Shorthorn Cow. J. T. GJose 1. .J. Quinij 2. Fat Beast: J. Quinn '1. ■ 1 • •• A; Coulter 2. ■ ' " Best Dairy Cow, Judged on points; ! G: Limbrick 1. : Hamilton Bros. 2. Jersey .Cow or llcifer. G. Ijimbrick 1. - : D. Guthrie 2. Ayrshire Bull. . . in'.' G. Limbrick . r. ' IX. Guthrie 2. Dairj' Cow producing most butter"fat,-cow to be in paddock.I ' and'milked at 6 p.m. 011 day pre vious to show and at 8 a.m. on following morning'. Cows ; to be milked under. supervision of steward^. P. Bresnan I.

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

Applicant for position : "I bav'« here a'letter of recommendation Iron my; minister." Head of Firm : "That's very good. .bo, far as It goes, but we won't neet serrlces on 8undays. Have yo« 4ty'y retermasa from anybody irh« KiSows bt&tr six days of thi weelrJ'i _ 1J07,

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WELLINGTON ANNUAL FAIR. 1,000 Champion Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

WELLINGTON ANNUAL FAIR. 1,000 Champion Horses. O Southern horse buyers should pay special attention to Messrs. Bedford, Taylor and Weston's big monster annual horse fair at Wellington, commencing on Tuesday, September 30, and continuing until Saturday, Octo ber 4, during which time between 1,000 and 1,500 horses will be lyought under the hammer. Most oiflhc best breeders and owners.flf Australia are sending ■ Horses, to litis monster annual fair so buyers can expect to see some of the finest horses ever yarded for auction sale in the State. The Wellington market .lias been rather glutted with horses this season consequently prices have been \cry much lower and soul Norn- buyers are •havi'ig n'proiilablc' time buying at Wellington" and trucking across. The selling . agents. Messrs. Bedford, ■ Taylor and Weston Ltd. provide good pad docks and - truck--;-'horses free of charge for. buyers. Trucks have been secured to load for any ■ destination after the sale. Full particulars of this -...

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

ART UNION TICKET8, For Sale at the Meadow Fete. Ask at the Stalls. - FIRST PRIZE, Piccc of Silver, Valued at £6/6. ' SECOND PRIZE, Piccc of Sil ver Valued at £2/2/. The Drawing will take placc on the Grounds 011 the Last Night of the Fete. It will not be Post poned. Winners of (lie Art Union may, if they, so desire, take the value of the prizes, upon notifying the Secretary. Admission Sixpence. Children under 12 years, free. L T. CRAWFORD, Hon. Secretary.

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

FARMING BOTES.; —» On many dairy forms'a few sheep could And profitable grazing in. Fns turoo too scant to afford sufficient sustenance for dairy cattle. Jn tills capacity a few sheep could be kept without interfering with the dairy business. Draught horses must work to ray their way, and there are the best of reasons why. a draught stallion,, however choice and higlipVkcd he may be, should work also. Work is the best thing to keep him In strong vigorous health, to steady his tem per, to insure a large percentage of. foals, and" to convince ; farmers that he is made of tho kind of stuff thoy want in their own teams. It is a serious mistake to allow lambs to go six months inloc'icd and uncastrated. The operations at that late day cause severe ; iio~k to the system, as the tail. has beco>.io thick and strong, and the sp'erniatic artery and other parts usually drawn away intact have become so miuh de veloped along with tile large testi: cles that they have to bo severed instead of d...

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

KIDNEY TROUBLE IS SERIOUS. Every Few Hours enough Poiso nous Wasto gets into tho Blood to causo Death. Your kidneys aJono can save you. Thoy aro tho blood filter's. Tho - blood '.a continually streaming through them to bo purified, and ©very day tho kidneys removo' about 500 grains of poisonous Avaste, and 3 piuts of water, from tho blood. But when tho kidneys are weak or diseased, somo of this poisonous waste gets left in the blood. Then you begin to feel drowsy, heavy and dull, your back is bad, ytftjr head aches, tho musclcs and joints get stiff and rheumatic; sediment Dr gravel ib soon in tho water, and dropsical Mvellings appear in the ankles or under tho eyes. You may havo to keep gotting up in tho* night to relieve the bladder, or re lief may bo difficult and painful. If thess symptoms aro ncglcoted, Inourable kidney and bladder dis ordors may suddenly sot in. Doan's Backacho Kidney Pills rc liovo tho kidneys and urinary Rys tora liko ordinary modicincs relievo tho howols; th...

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

CLASS L.—'FOOD AND COOK ERY^ • Collection Home-made Jams, 4 varieties. ' ; Mrs. A. Wv Sleeman i:; Collection Home-made Jellies, 4. varieties. : , Mrs. W. J. Barnes I; Mrs. Sleeman 2. . Bottle Apricot Jam. . . . Mrs. Sleeman !,. Bottle Peach Jam. Mrs. Sleeman I. Bottle Melon Jam. Mrs.' Theakstone I. Mrs. John M'Culloch 2. Bottle Grape Jam. Mrs. Sleeman I. ,, Bottle Plum Jam. .. . Mrs. Sleeman . ly. .' . - Bottle.Jam. ■ ■ j Mrs'' Sleeman "I .' •OrcUigfe 'i;A! Mrs. rB.arne^;; i-j:: Mrs! Druitt ' 2.. : Bottle Quince Jam: .1 Mrs./ChcincV'yi'TocbriiAval iv; Bortle Applc jelly, . ; :Mfs.. Barnes ,1.' .. . , Mrs. Sleenian 2i . . Bottle Apple Chutney.'7 ' - Miss Ii. Hall 1. v. ■ Mrs.' M'Culloch —2.-. Bottle Plum'Sauce. v I Mrs. M'Culloch 1,' Two Bottles Tomato Sauce. Mrs. R. T. Haines i. Mrs. M'Cullqch 2. ' Bottle Green Tomato Pickle. Mrs.. Theakslone/ I. •: Mrs J. Taylor 2. Two Loavcs< Hoinc-iiiade Bread'.' Miss R. Linjbrick I. Mrs. Gormaii 2. Same by Girt under i<5. M...

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

CLASS M.—NEEDLEWORK. Plain Needlework.' Miss'M: 'Dobirisoti ' 1.' ' Miss M. M. Breen 2. u Machine. Work, one article. Miss, M. Cplbmtiinq!. 1.'. Drawn Thread, hand-made. r' 1 , Mrs. C. Rhodes'; Tocumwal i.' Shadow Work. ■ ■ Miss F. 'Pittock 'v: ■ : Miss K. Ryan 2; . Child's. Smock Frock. " . . | 1,., ' Miss Dobinsoi) ' 1. • i . Linen .Cushion Cover. Mrs, 0.;Brown,'JLVcumwal. 2. Pair Pillow.Shams*. i .. Miss Barbeta 1. j Miss U. Pittock 2. j ' Tea 'Co'scy. ~ ; Miss Hanrahan t. . J . Mrs.''CivPinni-'-aV-? Table Centre.- ■ I j.;;Mis»- U,c(pittOGlS Mrs. Haines '2. , ; Piece Ivory .Work. .; , Misis Isobel GroveP T. i 'r'! •Miss'A.:,Breon"'3'.11 Three Crochet D'oylcys. " -j Mrs. Pittock." i.- _ Mrs. A. Tacey 2. Collection Fancy-Work. S , Mrs. D. Brown, • Tocumwal j itl , Miss Barbeta 2. Finished Muslin Blouse. ij-v Mrs.'-'Cliencry, tocumwal ' Yard of Crochcb-Iuo.ee. .'"'j Miss Jessie Mills.... 1, •• Miss Eva Pittock 2. Miss Barbeta 3. ^ • | CprticclH Work. . I Miss Li. Steer 1. i PenPaint...

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

CLASS ti.—FLOWERS. Three Buttonholes. ( Mis$ E. >Tongs" i.":s . -LaiHes' "Sprays:" Mrs. Grinham . i. . -Missi E. Tongs 2.' Collection of Stocks. Master E. Close. ■ Collection WilU Flowers; " Mrs. J. Taylor 1. t (|offecC»oW Pansiest. >1 1 . i |^liss'liv Tours J. ;; Collection of 'Fluwcrfc/ ■ ' , Mrs. D. Brown, Toeutmval !. Collection Sweet . Peas. ; • Mis. D. .Yco l*. . ' . 'Collection Geratiiuiiis. ' : Mrs, D. Brown,: Tocu'imval 1. • Foliage,Geranium in wot. : Mrs. "For'esVal- Certificate.

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

SOY BEANS ABD COW PEAS. 1 — The Ohio Experimental Station ha« been making a number of exhaustive experiments with soy beans and cow peas, and they give tho results in the summary below :— 1. Soybeans have a wido adapta tion as regards soil and climate. In ^general, the northern limit of their adaptation coincides with that of maize. 2. Soybeans are grown chiefly for bay, grain, silage, soiling, pasture and a soil renovator. 3. Soybeans should not bo seeded until all danger of frost is pa&t, and the ground is tboroughlj warmed through. 4. Three pecks per'acre, drilled lu rows twenty-eight inches apart, gave the highest yield of seed and the most, economical yield of forage for the silo. For best quality of hay they should be drilled solid, using 6 or 8 pecks of seed per acre. , 5. For hay, cut when pods begin to form. For grain, cut just before the beans are ripe, i.e. when pods are be ginning to take on a brownish or blackiBh appearance. For silage, cut when as near maturity...

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

(Under New1, ^Management.) ■ GEORGE DA L T 0 M JUGS to advise b>s> frlenas and tb> Travelling Public tliat he has taken jossesslon of the above well kuowi Hotel, which has always en]oyid >e reputation of bciiiR lli'e Commercial House in Fin!."y, also one f the best conducted in the district, and ho ti lists by strict attention lo tisiness to merit the continued paliouace ' which has alv.^ys hot n .•corded the T "am jpssaJLJE^T.c^■&.<© 1 • VII Wines, A Its, Spirits ant' Clgai- n». tin- fine.it'procmable. ii O'uy Stables. Attentive Croon <.'o,v lie.- fm j riiileiie. Xoiiinrv 1, i.i !)enilir|iiin call each -lay. ' . GJSOKC.J-. H.U.TON. I HE 7 OGIWA'Al HOTEL: FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. PHK best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kepi. Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Cab meets all trains. -oaches leave here for Finley, Benigan, Ifaroiiga, C'orowa &'Jerildcrle " s ' liiotet Only First Class Brands of Wines and Spirits stocked, lea...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CLASS C.—CARRIAGE AND BUGGY HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

' GLASS G.—CARRIAGE AND BUGGY HORSES. , Buggy Horse, Mare or Gelding. ■ J. R. Davis i.. J. L. Coghlin 2. F. S. Falkiner and Sons .3. ■ Spring--Cart--Horse, Mare or Gelding. . " ; O'Coiinell Bros. I. . R. T. Crawford 2. . ■ D. and J. M'Kenzie 3.— Pair Buggy Horses. • . F, S, Falkiner" and Sons - 1 D, W, Aitken a, M. Neil . 3; " • • . Best Sulky Horse, Marc Or Gelding. J. R; Davie's" 1. •, t • .A. E. Hhy. 2. _' 1 : J..: and 'A.' Cuinings 3. 1 Farmer's... Turnout, Single jHojsp tpjilje driven,in, a,.double ..seated buggy. ! , ' T. A: Dale.,I. . 7> D. and J. M'Kenzie 2. W. I-Iall x. . 1

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

8avcd Hundreds of Children. - "My sons, Charles and Jo'hn, .ve subject to colds," says Mrs. (.'arter, 33 Market-street, South Melbourne, Vic. "Some linn: back 1 would have lost botb of I'licm with croup but for the timely advicc of Mrs. Snowden, who recommended me to give them Qiambcrlain's >iigh Rem edy. I tried it and saw the change for the better in them right away and they were both soon well again. 1 have seen Un lives of hundreds of children saved by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.' Sold by J. Ci. Wilson, Tocumwal, Millar and Ci rover, Fitiley, and all dealers in medi cines. • .A LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC - WHICH BPEAKS FOR ITSELF. BEDRIDDEN VET SHE WAS CURED. I AU NOW, TIIAMKG TO YOUR TONIC, RESTORED TO PEI.FECT HEALTH. Thoie perioni who suffer from Anosmia or poor blood* Constipation, Indigestion, Sickness after eating* Irregular Heart Action, Nervous nen, Sick or Neuralgic Headache. Nervous Breakdown earned by ovenludy or business worries, 'and Kidney Irregularities, should u...

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

\ CLASS B.—THOROUGHBREDS. Thoroughbred Stallion 3 yes. anil over.-- • Hamilton Bros'. "Majestic"; I and Champion, Thoroughbred Maie, •' ' ■ ' ; ' . R. Greggery' I,' .' ; G. Pinclieri, 3, : • Thoroughbred Brood Mare,: in " fca! or foal, at foot. Hamilton Bro.s.. 1. .. D. and. J. M'Kenzie 2. . S. Malone 3. .'\ ' v Thoroughbred: Filly, 2 .> years, i Hamilton Bros. 1. J. Widdup. 2. • ■ , Thoroughbred Filly, j year. R. II. Parker 1. ' ■ A^iM'Kinnoh ' 2.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE DAIRY. GIRLS FOR THE DAIRY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 September 1913

THE DAIRY. GIRLS FOR TtfE DAIRY FARM. That life on tho farm can be mad, an ideal one we do not doubt ; but as the labour question is at present, we think—on some farms at lc st— it must be far from it. Tho scarcity of good, capable men is as great now as ever it was. This would i:ot be so bad, however, if wo could get girls to take an interest in tin life on the farm, for as lon^ as a girl docs not undertake too m ic'i milking, and takes sufficient rest during t\e d*y to make up for the early rising, she is just as great an asset in tho shed as a man. As showing whnt might be accom plished in this great dairying coun try, we are appendm: a cutting Trom the "Farm Stock and Borne" show ing what one woman s\ys who be- j came interested in the cow in Araer- 1 ica. If in other countries, why not here ? A WOMAN WHO "MADE GOOD." | "Women in Dairying" was the sub ject of Mrs Howie of Wisconsin's talk before the International Con press of Farm Women. Some dissent 1 occurred to the listeners'...

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