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Failure to Destroy Rabbits. WERE DEFENDANTS SINGLED OUT? [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Failure to Destroy Rabbits. WKl< H DUFIONOAN'I'S SrNGLKD OUT? At Jerllderie Police Court lust Tuesday week, before Mr Lnngfield, P.M., several cases were heard, dealing wi'li failure to destroy rabbits, but in one enne —lilt* P.P. Boaid v. Thoitou, McNauuua and McCrabb—defendants, while ac knowledging guilt, sought to prove that they had tome in for sptv.lal attei tion. M' Wliitly appealed fur the Boar I, and Mr W. K. J ihususi for defendants. Inspector Rochforl. ri"pnsvd hav ing'nspected the piopei'y of de fendants on 1st April lu.it and went over tliu holding. In a pine ridge he saw several working bunows nud a leiv rabbits in other parts of the property. The area covered where tho burrows were was about COO acres. The rabbits were nu merous li}„ the pine ridge. On the secoud'inspection on the 6th June, the rabbits were fully ns numerous ns before. The first time he noticed some evideuc; of fumigating on the ridge, but not on his secoud inspec tion. He made a comprehens...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Citizens' League [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Good Citizens1 League Interest in the uewly-forniod branch of the League of Good Citi zenship increases at u merry rate, and, if sustained, tlio socioty will soon becomo the most entertaining body in this progressive littlo town of Tocumwal. This lias becomo so principally, by tho enthusiasm put into the organising work by Mr Z. Bloomfield (secretary) and Mr Her bert Plummor (prosidont), and the members' roll ombraoea many local public mou who can bo relied on to push the work of Good Citizenship along. I/ast J/riday night thore waa a packed house at tho Mcchauics' and many were uuable to gain admission. Mr Plummer occupied the chair and controlled tho meoting in first-rate style. It must bo admitted that at times the business of the meeting was inclined to got out of hand, but tho chairman was always equal to the occasion, and by frequent appli cation of tho "bell," backed up by liia sweet, porsuasive tonguo, he moro than one poured oil on tho : troubled wators and steered tho meet...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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The Chuches. Services for Sabbath next Anglican. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

The Chuches. Services for Sabbath nexti Anglican. Divine Service will be held at 11 a.m. Also, Church Committee Meeting tu-morrow (Sat.) evening 7.-1-5 p.m. Cannon Ver.no Presby tenon. The Retreat morning, Kinloy afternoon, Tocumwal evening, Mr Stevens.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

EBn.-tiJPl.es C31«o>®<e S5»a,-dj-aa»3»d0.ra.y<, 27th, I919, &&-& iO ».m. Late Entries received up to Tuesday, September, 30th on payment of Extra Fees, A. J. WILLIAMS, Secretary

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

M easure a Store s Value! by the Service it Gives. Dig down to bedrock facts and you will find the success of tvuy Store is based on tlic sol'vine it renders. Shrewd common-seuso Shop pers clioose— >9« as their Store, because it offers Greater Varieties and Better Merchandise at Lower Prices tlinn they can obtain elsewhoro. They also find that tliey receive the same courteous attention, whether their order is small or largo. Pleased customers impress this fact on their friends, and this store is fast gaining the reputation as the one that com bines civility with good values. A visit to our Store will convince you that our Stock includes the most dependable Hues in— Grocery, Ironmongery and Crockery, Manchester, House Drapery, Millinery, Costumes, Coats, Under wear, and Men's Wear, etc. JEK+ (bate A.f.F.) "Where the Best Goods Cost Less ' TOCUMWAL Spring and Summer Goods At FLANAGAN'S MILLINERY—All the Latest Models and a Splendid Variety to choose from. WE ONLY ASIC INSPECTION, a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

SPECIAL CONDITIONS. ENTRY FEES.—Enlry Foes arc Axed al 20 per cont. or the amount of First. Prize in each Section, with a minimum of Gd. BlemlHjr's.Fee of £1/1/- curries unlimited number of free entries. Children's Sections free. TIME OF JUDdlNOr.—Judging will commenco jiL 11 a.m. sharp, except in Class C, which will be run to spefcial time-, table. CONDITIONS OP : PIUZE-TAKING.—An . exhibit /iinvin^ won .n- Ilrsl, prize iii.any section is not eligible to. compete in' ' any. other-section except wlioVe Kpocially proyidcdJ,oiv - DATE OF ENTIIIES.—Enti its clost. S 1.0111 tier. I.ATK ENTIIIES.—Late entries will be received up to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, 301 h September, wiin iu per cent, extra entry foe added. This applios to all intending exhibitors (members included), and will be strictly enforced. BHEliDINC DATES.—Breeding dates for horses to count Irum 1st August, and for untile, IstJulv. I.KAVINfi SHOWOIIOUND.—Xo exhibit, will be allowed to he removed from showground before 5 p.m. unle...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Items of Interest. An nllrnctlvc prize schedule of the forthcoming Church of Iingland b'lower Show is now available from Mi W. R. Johnson, lion, secretary. Messrs W. J. Quirk & Co. draw attention to an important sale of luiMlture on ii/cof Mr J. 0. Wilson to take piano on Siturday, Septem ber i!0. I'.irticlil.irs will be seen in our advertising columns. Those red'leiit; inter-sted in tile propoicit w.ilet sup >ly scheme for Tocuuiiv.il will he pleased to hear that the local Government Amend ing Dill has but-'ii introduced Into the legislative Council. The grazing rights of the Toeutu wal Recreation Reserve for 12 months, as from September will be sold by Messrs W.J. Quirk & Co., at their offices at 12 o'clock to morrow. Ah nitm mill wuitum piua tlmir pi-iiim, Tliu all-oi'u'tiii^ wills of tiiuo lti-uuk iluwu uiiuli ,lifu HiiHliiiniii^ forco, Aiul tlioy to "ilul'.C UUWti.lMVVO VUflOUVBO. IhltUUU)r|l Hint uuMu UllUll^ll UVlll'y BtllgM As»uil from iufumiy to iitfoj An...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

PUNISHES PAIN. Every rub you givo vith Oluimborlain's Pnin Balm puuialios pain, mid sonds it away. Every acho utul pain iu tho limbs and inusclos should bo treated this way. Chamberlain's Pain Balm does not irritate but soothes aud relieves. Sold Every where.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Soldiers' Memorial [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Soldiers' Memorial A meeting of the Toeumwal Soldiers' Memorial School of Arts was held in the Mechanics' ou Tuesday evening last, when Mr A. Sheldriek presided over an atten dance of seven members. A suggestion was made that a notice board should be erected on the site of the proposed Memorial Hall, and on the motion of Messrs Dwyer aud Sheldriek it was agreed that a report should be presented to the next meeting by Messrs Hut son aud Smith. The question of conducting an art uutou in aid of funds was held in abeyance as the result of Messrs Sheldriek an Hearu's motion. The sub committee appointed to consider the advisability of runn ing a pic-nic race meeting reported that the proposal was considered sound and practicable, and Messrs Sheldriek and Hearn thereupon moved that the sub-committee (Messrs Smith, Currio aud Boyle), having power to add to their num ber, should make all arrangements for a meeting ou the most suitable date.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Oddfellows' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Oddfellows' Ball. The annual ball promoted by the Loyal Tocutmval M.U.I.O.O.F. Lodge was held in the Pavilion 011 Wednessday evening. Nothing was lacking for Its success. Good music, good floor, and excellent supper were the chief features of the evening, but every attendant airangemeiit was in tip-top order for the enjoyment of the many town and district residents who at tended. The ball presented a gay appearance, and needless to say, was taxed to its utmost capacity. At least 60 couples graced the floor during the greater part of tho even ing, and iu addition a large nunibor of non-dancers was included amongst the numerous patrons. Members of the lodge attended iu force, and a touch of color was lent to the scene by tile regalia of the Order with which each member was adorned, and which was fur ther embellished by the many be hecotuing costumes of the ladies. That everyoue had a good time went without sayiug. The supper served by the ladies was ail excel lent repasl, and a Grst-c...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Sporting Notes. Football. THE SEMI-FINALS. TOCUMWAL WINS AT BERHIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Sporting Notes. Football. THE SEMI-FINALS. TOCUMWAL WINS AT BER HIGAN. , The semi-final match's for the S.R.F.A. premiership were played .on Saturday last, when the Tocutn wal te.im journe\cil to Berrigan and Coree visited Finley. For the first tim>! this season Tocntnwal was represented by its full strength away from the home ground, and, as was expected, the team acted up to anticipations, Ker rigan being regarded as the hardest nut in the association to crack, it was recognised that if thu engage ment were to be fulfilled at all, only the best possible eighteen should be put in the field. Con sequently a special effort was made by the local club officials to see that several players who had failed on previous occasions to take part in matches away from home were "rounded up" and sent into action. Appreciated help was given by Messrs J. G. Wilson and P. Qltirk, who generously placed their cars at the disposal of the players free of charge ; whilst an appeal made by Mr T. l'owel...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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PICNIC RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

PICNIC RACE MEETING. The sub-committee met at Stap les' hotel on Wednesday afternoon to elect olfieers for the forthcoming pic-nic meeting. Present—Messrs Boyle, Staples, Ro.utledge, Smith, Wilson, Hodges and Currie. OIHcers were appointed as fol lows :—President, T. Boyle; Vice Presidents, Messrs Staples, Rout-; ledge and 1«\ Beasley ; Secretary, J. B. Beard j Treasurer, C. H. Thompson ; Committee, Messrs N. Brown, M. Looney, W. E. A. Edwiuk, F. Beasley, P. Quirk, W. Quirk, — Coockson, G. Thornley, W. II. Crowe, M. Skelly, A. Lang, W, Lang, W. Campbell, C. J. Tay lor, A. Brown, H. Tuck. A further, meeting will lie held to-morrow afternoon at Staples' hotel.

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Narandera Quarter Sessions. Tuesday, August 28. Before His Honor Judge Bevan and Juries. PLEA OF GUILTY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Narandera Quarter Sessions. Tuesday, August 28. Before His Honor Judge Bevan and Juries. PIvEA OF GUILTY. John H. Herrick, who was re moved froic the court earlier iu the day, was charged with wilfully, making a false statement respecting his marriage at Tocumwal, on 23rd April last. Accused pleaded guilty and was reminded for sentence.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Correspondence. THE LOCAL RAIN GAUGE. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Correspondence. THE LOCAL RAIN GAUGE. (To the Editor). bir,—Re local ram guage, I see "Member" has come forward to protect "those inquisitive members of the Progress Association." He refers to "chain pulling," "douch es," "eloquence," etc., all of which is entirely absurd and camouflage, and his letter does not contain anything that can be called reliable. If "Member" will read my.letter again correctly, he will see 1 did not admit the tree referred to in any way interfered with the proper recording of rain, and, from comparisons made with other re liable guages, I am prepared to say it does not. "Member" savs, "Have the tree removed." How absurd ! Why destroy the tree when the gauge could be moved ? The Meteorological Branch quite recently advised the Progress As sociation that there was praclictlly very little difference in the com parison of records with surround ing stations. In the face of this evidence I challenge "Member" to prove the recording of the local guage is iiicorree...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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ALLEGED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

alleged larceny. James Brecti, juu., was charged with larceny as a bailee of a brown gelding and a bay gelding, the pro perty of James Doyle, of Woodsome Lees station, near Tocumwal. Plea, not guilty, Mr J- J- Quirk (on behalf of Mr Beard, Tocumwal) appeared for accused. After evidence was taken, the jnry returned with a verdict of not guilty. Accused was discharged. Friday, August 29. SENTENCES. John. H. Herrick, who pleaded guilty to a charge of making a false statement relating to his marriage while registering a birth at Tocum wal was brought up for sentence. His Honor said he would not sentence accused, but would bind accused over to be of good behav iour, and to come up for sentence if called upon. Robert lf. A. Marriott, who pleaded guilty to forging a warrant at Tocumwal, was sentenced to three months' hard labor in Goul burn goal. It was stated that a Victorian warrant had been issued for the arrest of accused.—"Argus," Narandera.

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 September 1919

Personal. Old acquaintances have been re- newed during the week by Mr P. Sullivan of Dee Why, who for many years conducted a hairdressing saloon and bootmaking business in Tocumwal. Private E. G. Henderson re- turned to Tocumwal on Monday afternoon. He looks well after the strenuous period of active ser- vice he has seen, and received a warm welcome from his many friends Private Les Boyle, returned to Tocumwal on Tuesday, accompan- by his wife, to whom he was mar- ried whilst in England. Private Boyle is the fourth and last of four fighting brothers to return from active service overseas, and is the recipient of numerous congratula- tions from his many friends. He gained the proud distinction of winning the Military Medal for gallantry in France, and saw over four years' service. We under- stand that the returned hero is spending only a few days here renewing acquaintance with his many friends. Corp. Maidment, who, prior to en- listing in the A.I.F., was assistant to the minister in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

SPE6IHL ANNOUNCEMENT! BROWN, COEKE & CO. 71re now offering the balance of their WINTER DRAPERY, at Greatly Re« duced Rates, in order to clear the way For Spring Goods arriving in a few days — -!!!! WE QUOTE n PEW LINES ONLY Millinery Men's Overcoata Children's Velvet llats, 8/ti Men's Tweed Overcoats, 80/ —NOW 6/6 —NOW 70/ Children's Kelts, .'.'/l I Men's Twcud OvcrcoutB, 75/ —NOW 7/11 —NOW 67/6 Gabadines, o/J Youth's Tweed Overcoats, 37/6 —NOW 2/3 —NOW 32/6 Gtibadlnes, 1/11 , Youth's Tweed Overcoats, '27/6 —NOW 1/6 —NOW 22/6 Ladies' Hats, 14/11 Youth's Tweed Overcoats, 25/ REDUCEDrTO 10/6 — SOW 21/ Coats and Costumes Ladies' Coat*, 67/6 —NOW 57/6 Ladies' Coals, 40/ —NOW 32/6 Children's Coats, 22/6 —NOW 19/11 Children's Coals. 27/6 —NOW 25/ Children's Coats,'32/6 —NOW 27/(> ladies' Costumes, 8-ty —NOW 75/ Ladies' Costumes, 77/6 —NOW 67/6 Children's Tweed Dresses 12/6—NOW 10/6 Children's Twocd Dresses, 21 /—NOW 15/ You will find numerous ways of saving money by patronising...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

SUDDEN CHANGES. Tlio Hiulclou and oxtromo oliaugos of tomporaturo oxporioncod (Tunny fclio auin moi' frequently ijivo 1'inu to surioua liowol (liuorrfonj, ogpucinlly ill anyone who is at all tuiscoptiblu to thuno complaint#. Do nut fail to koup a bottlo of Chamberlain'* Colic and Diairliooa Komody liamly, as it 1i:ih nnvor teon known to fail to Rivo im mediatu ami imrmaiiunt loliof. Sold J3vory wlioro. The annual meeting of the Bcrri gan Rifle Club was held on the range last Sunday week. There was a very small attendance of members, the captain (Mr 1)'. B. Carter) presiding, The financial statement for the year ended 30th June last disclosed a credit balance of ;£~/8/9, and against this amount there are a few outstanding accounts The election of officers resulted as follows:—Captain: Mr P. B. Carter; vice captain: Mr H.H. Martin; and honorary secretary and treasurer: Mr M'Parlane; committee: Messrs E. Shand, P. Kubne, I.. R. Martin and P. Sheridan; handicappers: Messrs P. B. Carter,...

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The Churches. Services for Sabbath nexts Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

The Chiiches. Services tor Sabbath nexti Presbyterian. The Retreat morning, Fluloy afternoon, Toeumwal evening. Mr Stevens. Mctliodlsfc.' Toeumwal, 11 a.m.—Mr Arthur.

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