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Station Produce. Melbourne, 21st August. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Station Produce. Melbourne, 21bt August. Sheepskins. — Competition was keen, especially for best descrip tions, and prices wtro well main tained. Hides.—The demand was fairly brisk for all descriptions Heavy hides were unchanged, but others improved from '/(d to '/id per lb. Furred bkins —Best rabbit ad vanced from Id to 3d per lb , but other descriptions, especially the lower sorts, were irregular, and ruled in buyers' favor. The'e was good competition for fos" s-klns; best were unchanged at late rates, but lower qualities were decidedly In buyors' favor. I''ox, extra 200/ to 230/ per doz liibblt skins, first winter headless 97d to lOOd per lb. Hare, first 22/ to 25/ doz.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Mclbou'ue, Tuesday. 31,001) yaulel, including 23 trucks from Tocumwal. The sup ply was well suited to trade only a small propoition consisting uf sec ond and inferior descriptions, with almost an entire absence of both ewes and wethers in low scire con dition. The Northern, Mallee and Riveriua drafts included numerous pens of extra prime crossbrcds, while merinnes were moderately represented, es ecially with regard to quality. There was a noticeable increase in consignments of shorn sheep. The market opened with a steady demand at a slight improve ment 011 last Tuesday's rates. Early in the day, however, competi tion improved materially, ami as sales progressed prices gradually hardened to the advanced rates ruling last Friday, when prices were fully 3/ per^head higher than former quotations £..The feature of the market was the>pirited deman I for shorn sheep, the bulk of which graded from good to prime qualities and for such highly satisfactory prices were realised. Closing sale...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Market Reports. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Markot Reports. Sydney, Monday. The news of the beneficial rain, particularly In the western districts hnd a decided cffect on the sheep mnrket at Homebush oh Monday. Prices rose from 1 / to 2/, and In places more, above the low rates rullug last week the rise bi'ing moie pronounced on prime aorts and good trade sheep. There wns a large penning, exceeding 40,000, but competition was keen from a large attendance of buyeis. Cross breds: Wethers, best, 50/4: prime 36/; good, 29/ ewes, extra prime, 38/; good, 34/. Merinoeu; Prime wethors, best, 4O/4, prime, 36/4: &oo|>, 23/ ewes, best, 36/7. The market for cattle was strong, de spite the fact that the yardlngs aggregated 3,000 head. Many buyers took advantage of the wet weather in the country to purchase young stores at high prices for re stockiug. For this class of cattle competition was strong, ard values were from 20/ to 4u/ above those of Thursday There was however, no quotable difieri nee in the Value of plain to moilimu...

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

COLLECTING ANTIQUUM Tho little town wan ht^bly oxrited over tlm announcement of the ciikhko mont of the*. nineteen yenr old widow to Mr. Hoary. "Why, Daisy," her hwl ftlond unid. to tho younp widow, "you'ro not Hoinc to t1o yourBolf to that. old man nro you ? Why, ho'w Ihrw* tltiwa your u#<> ! What urn you dninj; it for ?" "Oil, I can't rmiint. having him !" Raid thr young widow. "Hn doe« tmrmnniHc do beautifully with my anil* ijua fnrnitnro 1"

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Good Health Makes ' a Happy Home.0 Good health makes homework easy, Bad health taken all happiness out of it. Hosts of good women and good mothers drag along in dally miser;, back aching, worried, tired and worn, because they don't know what alia them or what to do for it These same troubles come with weak kidneys, and, if the kidney action is © distressingly disordered, there should be no donbD that the kidneys need help. Get a bottle of'Doan'* Backache Kidney Pills.» They are safe and re liable. They have helped thousands of, discouraged women. A MELBOURNE CA8E. Mrs. Thomas Headen, 34 Queen Street, Balaclava, Melbourne, says:— '"Doan's Backacho Kidney Pills have done me a wonderful amount of good for backache, rheumatism and general debility; in fact, they have cured m« of these ailments. Frevioua to taking this remedy I had been a great sufferer from the kidneys, but not since. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have cured nic of every symptom of dis* ordered kidneys, and strengthened ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

RAILWAY RAIIWIOK. The onrwl# which nnmn tlmo aro held up tlift Uirtlrict Hallway Service in London by fihart circiiiMnt; Mm «1 ertrlo HiKuallinc apparatiiM wuh un wittingly emulntlnj; the Rpldnr which, in dialocntrd the traffic of tho frlHh (iront Northern Hallway for t*'« houro. Tho electric Hpnrk InHtrument fallod, (.he cuubo belli*: traced to a apldur hotwtwii tho )nver and tho con tact pnfntn. It i« only thrim or lour yearo ago that a train wuh derailed on the Lon don and North Western Hallway ow ing to a hedj^hoj; having been caught heUvm-n the poinl.H and Hide railH and preventing them from cloning proper. iy A MlKHiKHippI Htcalner wim not long Htnppcd by an invafdoi. (if wlllow hn?(i, which mad" for the cnnine-romi) and closed tho engim-a ; while about, livi* yearn hro a awann of been took pf-nncfnion of a Mouth Afrlcian rail way Htation, drove oil the pai<«enK«rH and oilicialn, and prevented any train from'^ntcrlnj; until they took their leavir in the evening.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. THE LOCAL RAIN GAUGE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Correspondence. THE LOCAL RAIN GAUGE. (To the Editor). Sir,—It appears to mo that your contributor, "A.R.", ptillod tlio wrong chain, and instead o£ a cold doucliu being administered to those iiiquisitivo memburs of tlio Progress Association, as was ovidontly intond od by some "consoling remarks," a warm extenuating stream flowed from liis tap of eloquence. The fact re mains, "A.R that the reco/ds of local gauges do not eomo near each otliar, and tlio official gauge is in variably below that of others. If that pepper tree wore re moved (which, "A.R." admits, acts against the proper recording of rain), and tho gauge placed iu a less shel tered position, it is not unlikely Tocumwal's annual records would bo nearer the murk. I trust tho Progress Association will take note of the point made clear by "A.R." and forward it alone to the head meteorologist. • —Yours, etc , MEMBER.

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

MISSIS!) OIT'OIITUNITY. Hciuu well oipilpiMMl i>1iynically• Ifc wjiH no dllttculty for Mlrlmid Murphy in holding htn job itH Hrxt.ni> until tho liist i»Lurm«ir.t, when hu van aHkcd to »ii«H tlm certificate. "I ain't svrito," fluid Mike, and ho wiih discharged. Out. of u joh, Mike turned in con UvicMn/r, and in time hpruuiff wealthy and n Ogim* in the community. When ho applied in n lividinjr bnnk for a lonn of ten thousand poundH, hn whh apflurwl that, ho could net it, and v.uh nflkwl to Hign the noccwmry noten nt once. A^ain ho waB obliged to toply : "I can't, write." The banker wuh abounded. "And you have acoumnlntcd all thin wealth and poHitlon without knowini; liow to write?" ho exclaimed. "What would 3'ou have been to-day if you could write V"

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Two Out of Three SEEK HELP FROM AUSTRALIA WE MUST NOT FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Two Out of Three SEEK HELP FROM AUSTRALIA WE MUST NOT FAIL, "A. carofnl estimato indicates that moie than two out of every threo of the tons of thouflands of roturned soldiers now being discharged ask tho Repatriation Departmonfc to help thom in oome way .or other to re enter civil life." Thoro is a wealth of argument in the above, which is part of a stato monfc of the Department's activities since its creation, that should bo used to tho full during tho Peaco Loan campaign. Tho object of. tho Loan is to help thin great work along. Tho man who has money to in vest, but is afraid that it will not bo put to the best uho is tho man to whom theso figures must talk. The norvotiB man had reason, pro bably, to think twice boforo invest ing in previous war loaus. IIo need have no occasiou for concorn over the Peace Loan. Other Loans went up in battle smoko abroad;"* They had to, bo cause thoro was a war to be won. But with this ono it's diiteront. It's avowod purpose is to liolp tho soldier...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORTH WAITING FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

WORTH WAITINti FOIl. "Sec bore," flna|ipod the editor ol Iho "Winklowhire Spawn," to the ro* porUr, "you've crnmmcd thlB obit unry notice full of tlowcry compli immtH." "llut 1 thought " "TIiIh man didn't die in gaol, did ho V "No, »ir." - "Ho \v»B not killed white trying to roh M wife ?" "No, Hir," "And hn wasn't Bhot down in n, run ning battln with tho pollen?" "Of cnura* not, sir !" "Woll, when a man dtefi n. natural dcMth in bed, the puhlic l.akefl it fot l.mntod thatj he hud hin good points/

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

CAUSES OF COUGHING. Couching is only necessary to remove yhlegm thai accumulates in the throat and on the luugs. You can get rid of this phlegm by taking' Chamberlain's Coi|gl) Komady. If you do this yoiuuyu the weay and'tear oil your throat, lungs 'arid nerv ous system caused by couching. Not only does Chiunborlain's Cough Kemody get rid the eolith but it leaves your throat and lungs in suoh a healthy condition that you are not so likely to catoh cold. Sold Everywhere.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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KNEW THE MISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

KN13W TH13 MISTIU5SH. Mr. Henpeck told Juno to bang tin picture tn the rifiht. of tbo window ; Mrs. Henpeck wanted it hung on the loft. Mr. Henpeck told Juno that hie M'der whh to be obeyed, .lane hung the picture on the right Hide, but put i picture-book on the nail to the left side. "What, ib the rccoiuI nail for,?" lane waB asked by her master. "lt*R to Brtvo mo tbo troublo of 'etching tbo ladder ,in to-morrow nwraint:, sir,*' said Jane, "when you iiiv'» come round >to mistress1 way ot :lrnk!ng."

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

Personal. Private Cba'iie Co'.tle arrived back at Tocuuiwal on Saturday looking well. This >ouug soldier had upwards of twenty mouths' active service, and can recite many exciting episodes iu connection with the grand victorious assault when the Australhns broke through the Hindenburg line round about St. Queutin, also of other big battles in which he took part. Private Oottle received a warm welcome from his many friends. Staff-Sgt K. J. Peace, who landed in Melbourne some little time back, reached Tecumwal on Tuesday, where he was met by many of The Rocks residents, and conveyed by motor car to his pareuts' home. The same hearty welcome accorded to all recruits from that district was given to the returning hero, and last night he was enter tained at the residence of Mr. Clmrlton and presented with a gold albert chain as a small expression of thankfulness felt by his numer ous friends for the service he had rendered to the Empire. Mr Kltt<-, stationmaster, who has bee...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR 1919 AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

CALENDAR 1919 I f AUGUST. Sun. Rises. Sets, ii M ii lit 22—Friday 6 58 . 5 48 16—Saturday 6 57 5 49 17—Sunday 6 56 5 50 18—Monday 6 54 5 51 19—Tuesday 6 53 5 52 20—Wednesday 6 51 5 53 21—Thursday 6 50 5 Si Moon'. New Moon—26th at 1.37 a.m. I'irst Quarter—3id at 12.22 p.m. Hull Moon—lUth at 1.54 p.m. Quarter—17th at 7 82 p.rn

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Victorian Producers' Co-operative Company | LIMITED 5B9-6D3 Collins Street, Melbourne Sell on consignmentlive stock, wool, ou.un, inoua, skins, tallow, chaff POTATOES, AND ALL KINDS OV IMtODUCli. Rebates to shareholders on Live Stock, Cornsacks, Twines, Oils, etc. Government Shipping Agents under the Victorian ("JavjrnmatU Whaat Schema. Woolsollln g Brokers under the War Precaution:; (Wo">1) Regulations. Sheep S'dn Agents under the War Precautious (Sheep Skin) Reflations. Rabbit Skin Agents under the War Precautions (Rabbit Skin) Regulations. Auction sates weekly o£ Hide:;, Skins and Tallow. Tuesdays and Thursday!]—Dairy Producc. Fridays—Dead Meat. Livestock sales as follows:—Tuesdays, Newmarket, Sheep and Limbs. Wednesdays , Newmarket, Fat Cattle. Wednesdays and Thursdays, Corporation yards, Pigs. Fridays, Corporation Yards, Dairy and Store Cattle. Bendigo—Mondays, Sheep and Lambs. Tuesdays, Cattle and Calves. Fridays, Pigs. Benalla—Alternate Tuesdays, Sheep and Lambs. Cattle an...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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A "KNEADY" CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

A "KNEADY" 0A8IC. Tlio wounded Tommy wrlthml mid Hqtilrmcd an thi; mnueuBo, with iron CiiRcr-tlpfl, maiwngcd Ilia Injurod log. At laBthe burnt out"; " 'Arl n mo ! Whnt d'ycr think yer n-doliip of ? Off 1" "H.'b all rljht I" Bald tlio inanHuUHo. "I'm knoadlng your raiuiclon I" Tlio Tommy gently but (Irmly pullort his Ice awny Irom tlio nono-tou-Kditln Riaiip of hlii tormentor, anil breathed; "So'm I."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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WISE AND OTHERWISE. GIVING HIMSELF AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

WISE AND OTHERWISE. j. : GIVING HIMSELF AWAY. Two norfjeant* whm (liociifiHlnK a batch of new rncrnittt whom {.hoy had' lionn drilling. "I hct you anything," Sergmni Tomkln*, "that that chnp Junklnw won only a clerk baton* he joined, ill Bliitn of all lil« nwank !" i "What nink/m you think that ?"■ aukod Sergeant TomUnfl. "Well, every time I miltl, 'Stand at cimo r ho tried to put M« rlflu boliind hln oar I"

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Sporting Notes. Football. BERRIGAN MINOR PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 29 August 1919

Sporting Notes. Football. BERRIGAN MIMOR P RK MIERS. 1'lie pl.iy-off between Finley and Berrigan for Ihe minor premiership of the district association took place on the Tocutnwal ground last Sa tutdny, and attracted a large num ber of spectators. Roth visiting tennis were a.comfanie I liy a bin following of supporters, and the fleels of motor cars employed gave • the town a very busy appearance. The day was an ideal one, calm and cool, but the ground was hard and difficult to play on, and many of the players sustained nasty falls owing to the glassy nature of the turf. D. Ilajnes umpired the game impartially and well, but the boundary umpires made a poor fist of their work. The match resulted in a good win for last year's premiers, and the progress scores are fairly indic ative of the play. Up till half-time the ttams kept well up to each other, and only six points separated them (in Berrlgati's favor) when they faced each other after the re freshment call-off. In the conclud ing te...

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

A WEAK ST0MA011. It' youv stomach id weakitcau Ijo quick ly Btroiitfthonod, your liyur mado aclivo ^udyoijr bowojs regular if you will taku a coui'so of Cliainborlaiu'H tublots. Cham berlain'* Tnblotu act directly on tho liver iuoreaso tho How of bilo, ami produce a uatural action of tlio bowola. Stro nullum your digestivu or^ana by taking a course of Chauiborluiii'tf Tablets. Sold Evory* where,*"

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

Welcome Home. I<ast Friday evening the public assembled in large numbers to ac cord a public welcome liome to three of Tocumwal district's sold iers who playod a noble pnrt in the famous Australian auny—Driver R Hutson, Gunner R. G idileu and Trooper K. Wilson. i'roccediu^s were most enthusiastic, and a very enjoyable reunion took pi ice. Mr L. H. B. Webb presided, and in a fine welcoming speech alluded to the good work accomplished by each of their guests, who had bee i employed In hazardous woik, taken part in many thrilling con filets and yet been spared to seturu to Australia and their loved ones once again. lie was pleased to rx tend to them Tocumwal's heartiest thanks for what they had done, ami best wishes for their future happi ness and prosperity. The speech terminated with musical honors. Each guest made a tie it re potise, and all heartily voiced the pleasure they Mt at being back home. The good work of the .local Rod Cross workers and other helpers was also re...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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