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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Victorian Producers' Co-operative Company LIMITED 589-6 OS Collins Street, Melbourne Sell on consignment:—live stock, wool, giuin, hides, skins, tallow, chaff POTATOES, AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE. Rebates to shareholders on Live Stock, Conmcks, Twines, Oils, etc. Government Shipping Agents under the Victorian Government WIje.it S-benij. Woolsclling Brokers under the War Precautions (Wool) Regulations. Sheep Skin Ageuts under the War Precautions (Sheep Skin) Regulations, Rabbit Skin Agents under the: War Precautions (Rabbit Skin) Regulations. Auction sales weekly of Hides, Skins and Tallow. . Tuesdays and Thursdays—Dairy Produce. Fridays—Dead Meat. . Live stock sales as (allows:— Tuesdays, Newmarket, Shcepand Lambs. Wednesdays , Newmarket, Fat Cattle. Wednesdays and Thursdays, Corporation Yards, Pigs. Fridays, Corporation Yards, Dairy and Store Cattle. £endlgo—Mondays, Sheep and Lambs. Tuesdays, Cattle and Calves. Fridays, Pigs. ' Bonalla—Alternate Tuesdays, Sheep and Lambs. Cattle and...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WISE AND OTHERWISE. NOT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

WISE AMD OTHERWISE."] NOT OUT. Or.n day recently, a village cricket' cotnpoHod montly of country ladw. ileciflM to challoncc an eleven from u neighbouring town. The vlUuKcrs won the tow and oV ccted to bat. As it happened the very flrnt ball from thc^r opponents took the middta stump clean out of the ground, leav ing the other two untouched. Contrary to expectation**, the baU* 't nun remained at the wicket and pro pared to receive a further ball. "IIow'h that, umpire?" wab tha Inquiry. ^ • .. "Qut," waa tho reply. ' , : "I.hji'ant out I" rejoined tho yoWol indignantly. "Hut your iniddlo Btuinp wa» knockod clean out," cam© tho re renpoitRt*. • "Vh'jih,'' shouted tho unfortunate player ; "but I ha'ant gwino out fur that. We £o by tho majority here, and 1 hf»' got two ntumpK left 1" A nlater who wan mi|jui;ed upon t.hrt roof i:f n hmnw iu Scotland foil from tho ladder and lay in an unconwioun Rtato upon tho pavement. One of the pedofltriann who rmtheil to tho aid of the poor man chance...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

i. M'Namara & Co. Auctioneers, LAND & FINANCE AGENTS Shepparton H.O. TAT US. A. TALT.YGAROOPNA, DOOKI15, KATANDRA. •Pkksonal SUPltKVlSION in duai'ting and Sltr.MNO 01' au. Stock kntrustkd to us. . PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. TRUST MONEY TO LEND. Lisls of Stock and Land for Sale posted on ■ application. Correspondence Invited. Sale Fixtures: Special Stock uiul Horse sales a speciality. J. McNAMAKA & CO., Auctioneers, Shepparton. Dooldu and Taturo AUCTIONEERS, RTC., SHEPPIIRT0N, NATHHUn and NUMURKHH. Kialla stock sale as advertised. Cosy rove stock sale as advertised. Nalingu stock sale 1st Wednesday every woatb. .. . , ' The Mart sate'evt'ry Satur(/.TV Nathalia stock sale every T.iurs day. HENRY TUGK. Auctioneer, S.'jj/.' and Slalia< A !>t! n Is, Coukam, ft Tocumwai.. | JLEARINC Sales eouducteil u any part of Victoria or Nev South Wale.'-.. ViONUV TO I.KNO ON liKOAIJ ACKB At Lowest Interest. Properties for sale in Cculburn Valley of Vic oriu. and Riverin...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Tennis. Members of The Rocks club opened the season on Wednesday afternoon. There was a good mus ter of players, and a most enjoyable afternoon was spent. Mr H. C. Johnson lias been elected.president of the club, and Mr. . F. C. Preston secretary. Efforts are to be made to form ail association, including Langunyali, Tocumwal and The Rocks.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Sporting Notes. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Sporting Notes. Football. Berrigan defeated Coree at the former's ground on Saturday after noon by 21 goals to J go.il. Coree had less than a dozen men afield. Judging by recent failures of visit iug clubs to place anything like re presentative teams in the field, it is evident that interest is ou the wane, and good football, is out of the question. The result of last Saturday's match places Beriigan and Fin ley level for the first position in the premiership louiney. The rules state that a tie must be playej oil on a neutral ground (in this in stance Tocunnval), but the proposal has been made for the two teams to toss-up whether the match shall be at Finley or Berrigan. If this is carried out, thou we ,presume Tocuimval will toss-up whether they continue iu the tournament or not. We understand that arrauge ements have been made for the match Berrigan v Finley to be play ed at Tocumwal to-morrow after noon. POSITION OF CLUBS. ' Played. Won. Lost. Drawn. Ft«. Berrigan 6 4 2 0 16 Finl...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Repatriation Muddles. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Repatriation Muddles. The experiences of the Tocunnval Repatriation Committeo, as com mented ou in our lust issue, do not stand alone. This is what the Deniliquin " Pas toral Times" has to say on thu sub ject in a recent issue:1—" I'rom the remarks made recently by somo mombors of the committee, it is evi dent there is very keeu dissatisfac tion with regard to the Repatriation Department's treatment of applica tions which have been recommended by the local committee for the as sistance of l'oturued soldiers, all of which, we hear, have been turned down. \Vo have it 011 the authority of one of the mem bora of the com mittee that their recommendations woro made only after tlio most care ful consideration of tlio circumstances of each case, yet the soldiers con cerned are refused assistance by tho coutral authorities. The same story is the exporienco of repatriation committees all over tho country. Tho very people who ought to know, aud.do know tho gonuino men who should got tho assist...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Improvements In Stock Branding. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Improvements In Stockl Branding;. It Is Impossible to estimate the tremendous loss of money that has fallen upon stack raisers through out Australia owing to the crude and primitive method of branding which has been persistently fol lowed in the past, which lias left a great permanent scar on every skin, greatly depreciating the value of the hide when converted into leath er. in past years attentiou has been iepeatedly|calleil to this sense less destruction of a valuable pro duct, and It is gratifying to. find that at last a change is to be made A new system of ear; marking and branding of sheep and cattle, ln vontcd by MrRoberson, chief veter inary officer in the Department of Agriculture, is about to be intro duced, It is calculated that an increased return of over ,£400,000 a year wllljbe obtainodrin. Victoria alone by this means from the marketing of hides and skins. It is the intention of the Government to pass legislation this sessiou pro viding for the compulsory use of this ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. THH LOCAL RAIN GAUGE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Correspondence. THH LOCAL RAIN GAUGE. (To the Editor). Sir,—Kindly allow me space in your coluuius for a few remarks with leference to the local ruin gauge, lleceutly a few members of our local Progress Association "have taken a very keen interest in climatology, and the main sub ject of discussion appears to be the local official gauge. Irrespective of the extent of their knowledge of he subject I venture to offer a few remarks which may prove consol ing. As Is probably known no ro cords are used for official purposes unless they strictly couform with Ihe instructions laid down by the International Congress. Now, the exposure of a gauge is a very im portant item, and a too sheltered position is as objectionable as a too exposed one. If a gauge Is placed too closu to buildings, hedges, or fences the driving rain will fail to reach the opening of the gauge ; on the other liand if too exposed the driving wind will cause eddies which may carry away as much as 15 to 20 per cent. The pro...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Obituary. The death is announced of Mrs. Rowe, who was until recently em ployed by Mv F. W. Beasley as cook at the terminus hotel. This woman was called to her parents' home at Baroogato nurse her mother who was ill with influenza, and she herself contracted the fell disease and succumbed suddenly to it. The mother also died. Tho death is announced of Mr George Nelson, horifo dealer, who was well-known iu this district. His demiso was unexpected, and occurred at tho Mooroopna hospital only n day or so after his last visit to To cnmwal tho week before laBt. His age was 61, and lie wus known here abouts ns a straightforward, fair i dealing man, and his death is nmcli regretted. There was no more com petent judge of a horse's merits fchnu Mr Nelson, and he was very success ful selecting horses for tho Indian market. It is very pathetic that he liucl made up his mind to take a trip to tho old country, and was only awaiting the return of his son from tho front to book his passago. Ho lea...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Personal. Mr C. H. Thompson, manager of the Commercial Bank, has been gianted six week's' leave of absence owing lo ill-lieallh, and on Monday be took his departure for Sydney tj enjoy a well-earned respite. Mr Palmer, M.H.R. representing the Echuca electorate, succumbed last week from an attack of pneu monia. It is s.iid that one of the early ambitions of the late Sir Samuel McCaugbey was to be a dentist. He laid in a stock ol goad books on the subject of tooth drawing, got the instruments, |and became expert enough to be able to pull au offend ing molar for anyone suffering in bis vicinity. And people used to travel long dislauces to be relieved. One night when Coo;iong was in daik uess, there came au insistent bam ering at the door. Sir Samuel answered the knocking and found a Chinamm shuffling in the misery of toothache. He demanded to see the "doctor" attjl refused to leave till he whs treated. Three teeth were drawn. "You welly good doctah,' said the grateful Chluamau. 'How mu...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

The mote sorious of the residents of Berrigau, writes the local editor, are just now giving thought to tho possibility of a water famino, and naturally regret is expressed that tho Berrigau water schomo was not an accomplished fact. Many hoixso liolders havo now, at the beginning of August, very scant supplies, and the prospect is by no means en ' conragiug. Iu tlio possible abseuce ■ of good rains tho only liopo at Borri gaa is to secure a supply from tho Barooga trust, which doubtless will soon be pumping. Wliati it does start operations it is hoped that tho aliiro oouueil will make arrangements to secure a liberal supply for tho Berrigau tank. Woods' Groat Peppermint Curo, l'or Coughs and Golds, sever fuils. 1/9 and 2/0.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

John Hearrs Farrier, Coachbuilder, Genera! Black smith and Veterinary Dentist LOCAL AGENT FOR— General Accidentand L'Mre Insuruneo Corporation; Cy clone Gales audiences ; Sunshine Harvesters, etc.; Fur pliy Tanks, Swing Burs, eto ; Watson's Patent Bag ' Releaser—(Call and get one. Tlioy fit any maeliino. Tyros of all sorts and sizosj oat. ;iVoliicTcs oE all descrip tions repaired. COACH AND MOTOR PAINTING A SPECIALTY Phone 24 John Hearn Tocumwal Bootmakirog & Repairing T O C U M W A L. ANDERSON Ann.Minces'that he will commence Business as Bootmaker and Ri>p .irui-in Toeuuiwnl, in Barooga Street, opposite Brown Corke !Iud Cu's., from Monday uoxt, 22ud July. Every. Description of- Repairs Executed with out delay, Only Best Materials Used. MORE THAN ONE-THIRD CF A MILLION *2 OSi IS38t have been manufactured and sold to pleased customers all the world over. These figures speak for themselves and ^should act as a guide to in tending organ purchasers. We arc Sole Agents for EST...

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Another Social To-night. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Another Social Tornight. Several more returned boys will be publicly welcomed at a social to be held in the Pavilion to-night. Supper on this occasion will be pro vided tor the guests and their frltnds only. Thero will be the usual programme of musical nurn I bers and dancing. Admission— Gents 1 /6, ladies 1 /.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

C1IAMHISRLAIN'S TABLETS. To aootlw and invigorate tlio intoatinofl, inuku thorn strong and nctivo, and liavo a bonotteiul inlliioiHU) on tlio utonmuh and livur, lake Chnmborlaiu'M Tablota, Thoy roliovo c'lnUipation, roinovn tlio cruho, and by *t.r»3jiKlhonintf tint bowola to act naturally i.uvor eroato tho noeoflkdty for tho regular ijbo of laxative. Sold Kvory whoro. A Valuable Recipe FOll COUtlir. COIil), ASTHMA, AND IlKONCillTIS MIXTUBE. All mvulimblo mixture for Anthtna, Bronchitis, Colds, Whooping Cough, In iluoir/u, und Soro Throats may bo in ado up by nnyono in a tow momenta. Hero in tho rocipo, whioh is worth cutting out:—To a largo broaklaaloupful of warm wator add throo tabluspoonfuls of troiiclo or honoy, four tablospoonfulB of augur, aud two tablo spoonfulB of vinogar. Whon cool, mid 1 ots. of TInonzo, and plnco in a largo, lightly* oorked, oloan bottlo. (If tremolo or honoy aronotatlmnduaodoubloquantity of sugar). , Thoabovorocipo producoa a family supply of mixture whi...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Welcome Home. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Welcome Home. A lmge number of residents par ticipated m the social evening ten deled to Private Victor Groutch at the Pavilion last Monday evening. During a break in the proceedings the guest was presented with a handsome gold medal similar In design to others previously given to all returned boys, and In making the presentation Mr R. J. Barton made mention of the fact that the recipient had taken part iu many hi-toric battles, and come through with rfio permanent hurt. The speaker conveyed the congratula tions of the residents of Tocuinwal to Private Groutch on his fine record, and proffered their best withes lor his future happiness and prosperity. After the cheers had subsided the young hero, in an excellent speech, not only expressed thanks for the presentation (which he said lie would always prize), but a'so made feeling reference to the good work performed by the members ot the local Red Cross Society and others iti supplying the boys at the front with comforts, which one and...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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BILLY'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

BILLY'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS. "I wish," said Freddie, plaintive ly., "I wish I was Billy Smith/1 "Why, Freddie ?" said his aston ished mother. "Billy Smith baB none of the nice things you have. He doesn't got any pocket-money, and 1io-b: not nearly bo strong. Hie fa ther never buys him presents, or " "J know all about that, mamma," mid Freddie, but " 1 "And. think what nice books you | liuvo. And you never have to go out in the cold'and wet to carry papers, and " i "I know," grumbled Froddie, an j noyed by his mother's strango lack I of understanding. "But Billy can , wiggle his ears," Teacher : "Now, children, what is it w© want most in the world to make us perfectly happy"?" Bright Youngstor : "Tho things wo ain't got."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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THE BIGGEST MYSTERY OF THE WAR. AMAZING FACTS ABOUT LOST LEGIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

THE BIGGEST MYSTERY OF THE WAR. 0 AMAZING FACTS ABOUT LOST LEGIONS. The fato of a portion of the 1st Battalion of the 5th Norfolks in the abandoned' Dardanelles operations will rank as the biggest- myntery of the war. Rudynrd Kipling's weird story, "The Lost Legion," lias been matched, for Colonel Sir H. Proctor Bcauchamp, fifteen officers, and 23$ men have absolutely disappeared from human ken. • Sir Ian Hamilton haa told how they charged the enemy's position, passed through a village, and on to a dense wood beyond, "pushing on, driving the enemy before them." The rest is silence. "Nothing more was ever seen or hoard of them. They charged into the forest, and were lost to sight or sound. Not one of them ever came back." Tho forest into which they charged was scoured through and through the next day, but no one of this band of 'heroes, dead or alive, was found. Though there have been reports of certain belongings having been rc recovered, there lias been no verifica tion of this. No...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 22 August 1919

Separator "ALFA-LAVAL" IT will pay you to get 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 ElUcicncy, Simplicity and Durability. It skinm cleaner than any other Separator— this has been proved—is very simple to operate and, if properly handled, will practically last a lifetime. Write for Catalog "A.51"—post free on request—and learn more about this wonderful Separator, «J. Eartram &, Son Pty. Ltd. 586 Bourko St., Melbourne) HOW to CURE DEAFNESS ripHE Curative Properties ot' OERP JL OYER «vo truly wonderful. A tjimplo preparation has recently boon (Un covered by an eminent Physician in Franco whick lma boon found wonderfully olTeet-' ive in curing deafness and head noises. No aulVerer should fail to try this aplon did Cure. Sent Post Free lor 3s. W, COOPJ3U, 31 Villiora Stroot NortH 1 Molbourno,

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Agricultural Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Agricultural Shows. The dales of agricultural shows In llic Rlverlna uud Goulbuni Valley nrc ns follow:— Wngga—August 215, 27, a:;d 28. Corowa—September 2, and 3. Narmdera—September 9 and 10. Plnley—September 17. Deuiliquin—October 1. Cobrarn—October 1. TOCUMWAL-OCTOBER 3. Berrlgan—October 8. Hay—October 8 and 9. Ntimurknh—October 16. Sheppatton—October 21 nnd 22.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

W. J0LLEY DEGS to announce having takon over tho Business carried on by Mr. E. N. JOLLEY, and is pre pared to undertake nil kinds of forwarding and carrying worlc. All goods consigned to his care will bo paid for at Touuuiwal, and dulivorod to any address. Wood, Sand and Loam Dylivored at shortest notice and in any quantities. ... Correspondence add reused to the Tooumwal Post OflioB will bp ' promptly atteudod to. Prohibition of Importation. British Sheep Dips. Dear Sir, Notwithstanding the above drastic act of the Federal Government, we have much pleasure in informing our numerous clients and others that we now hold large stocks of Little's well-known Powder and Fluid Dips, and that we can supply all orders imme diately [or cither our Powder { or Fluid Dip, or both to those who uzc the two in combina tion. Yours &c., MORRIS, LITTLE & SON (%') LTD, Melbourne:, 26 ST. JAMES STRCCT. Obtainable from all Merchants and Storekeepers.

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