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

Personal. As brielly lnonlionod in our Insi issuo, Corporal N. Muidmont, a fw iner I'riiiiliyloi'iiin minim,or, 'paid u vihit to liis old ohiirgti Iiml week, and occupied the pit I pit nl Touum will, k'jnluy mid Tlio Uouks, giving iiitoroHtiiifr mltlicHHiH In Inrgo t'nn grogatiims Un Wednesday, !lrc\ inst , Corporal and Mrs Miiidniunl and duughlor v/oro woluomod homo by Tlio Rocks pooplu at tho roBidonoo of Mr and Mm Peace. A largo gathoring ussomblod, and a most 011 joyablo limu was sponl Tlio Cor poral wn« a lioul in liimsolf, ntid joined in tlio games of all descrip tions, much to tlio doligtit of tho children. Tn replying to a spoooh of wolcomo lio expressed plonsuro at boing back, and on bolialf of bin wifo and daughter and liimsolf ho sin eoroly thanked Air and Mrs Poaco and tlio pooplo of Tlio Rocks for tboir hourly rouoplion. Thoro was ! nothing lacking in tlio way of re freshments, and whou tlio fnuotion was over, overyono departed fooling (hoy had had a vory happy day. r C...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Market Reports. Melbourne. Fat Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

Market Reports. Melbourne, lrat Sheep. ' 36,000 yardod. A fair proportion consisted of goad and prime quali ties. The general tone of the mar ket was active, and prices improved materially, the decline experienced on Friday being fully recovered, prime shorn crossbreds, which were iu best request, closing with a firmer tendency. About GOO prime withers were bought for Tasmania. Quotations: - Prime crossbred weth ers, from 41/ to 4(5/; "extra prime from 47/ to 50/, superior lots do. from 51/ to 55/; odd sheep, to 60/ gqod do from 36/ to .40/ second dt>. from 30/ to 39/ inferior and hoggets from 26/ prime crossbred ewes, from 36/ to 40/; extra prime do. from 41/ to 45/, superior lots from 48/ to 53/6, good from 30/ to 35/, middling from 23/ to 28/; Inferior from 15/ upwards. Shorn Cross breds:—Prime wethers from 28/ to 31/ extra prime from 32' to 35/, a few small pens'to .35/10, good do from 19/ to 22/; others, from 13/6; best merino wethers from 38/ to 42/ good do. from 33/ to 37/...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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MEN WHO WOULDN'T BE KINGS REFUSED TO RULE OVER MILLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

MEN WHO WOULDN'T BE KiKGS UICKIJSKI) 'I'll HITI.1-: OVKR MILLIONS. The immortal and heroin tJoneral I itordun mij;ht have been l-'mporer cf China had ho cnml to pmdi liin for tunes, and It in (jiiit.fi on the cardfl that he? illicit have made China (lie greutcflt powe.r in the world, wil.li ! her vaHt renourceH nnd her four hnn : drcd million InduKtrloiiA population. When ho returned to Kturland after ttlfl wonderful feat a in I ho OeleHtial ICmpiro, Lord Wolnley Hnid.to him : "Had I Ix-cn you, .Charlie, I not only would have HupprunHed tlui raholllon but have made mytfelf Km* poiw." But. thr.t wnfl not Olmrlcs flordon'o Htyle. Vet thorn in no doubt h& could nave bud thn Chinese. throne for th© nnklni* or Inking. An it wuh they of ferred him a j'ootn Hill of Knld, heap ad high, untold thouMandn, the troHH uree of the Ktnpire r>f Kuhla Khan. He merely took a modal which ho afterwnrdn Hold for the beiietit. of onn of hin philanthropic Rnhetnen for Kant; 10nd ladn. 1h it any...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

Obituary. Very general regret was express ed throughout the district when it became known that Miss S. A. Westeidale, daughter of Mr J. Wes terdale, Finley, had passed away on Thursday evening last. The de ceased young lady, who was only 27 years of age, had been suffering from tin Incurable disease for about | three years, but it was not until about a fortnight ago that her many friends realised that the end vyas so near. The remains were taken to Tocutnwal for burial, and a very large funeral cortege left Finley. Mr G. J. Stevens, con ducted the burial services.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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"MR. WINDSOR." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

" MR. WINDSOR." . W.Ucifc$.in<: Gihm'kc usylunfi) the fam ily name of Windflor, he' took a more democratic nt.ep limn ,il lirtil. unpcarn. It. meauo Mutt, tin- malt* d'-rcvudaut..* of till' 8oVlTrtj;» Will be c'omnnHinrH In "tin; third K'UHM'atiorj, wit h a n.arti'M} t.it.lM n.i the noun of diiltra, Mid ptaiu Mi'. Windnor in the fourth ^'iteration. Tin* aHHUniption of a hunily name v::n m.'OrNBniy in view of the n-emi aboh t.ion of I.In* primvly tith-n for the younger ^iMirrut ionn nt di-neenl. from the Sovereign, and no better rhoic<? conic! have been made than that oi Windnor. The fame of WindHor jtoen hack to Saxon timeR. The Caatlr ha»< nlwayc been nfirfoclatetfc with tho RueceHsivo Koval Ilonnon of Knjrland. Queen Victoria, KI»k Kdwatd VII., and Kinn fJeortfe'H brother, who would bn reigning to-day had he lived, are bur led there, and for thene and many other reanoiiR Windnor in a lodentar In thofio who have i»one forth from l-.li.gJand and h«iv...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Housing Problems. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

Housing Problems. "Housing is a big problem lu New South Wales, a bigger one perhapsthau in Victoria," said the Minister for Housing in N. S, W. (Mr. D. R. Hall), "atid iu Newcastle, to which thousands of persons are being attracted by the development of manufacturos, the positiou is comparatively worso. For several roasouis private ■ enter price has fiillou bebiud-hand nnd the State intends to deal with the matter.'' . Mr Hall said the Statu would obtain the laud, beglu the building of houses, and, where possible, then hand the matter over to the municipalities. The action of the State ill providing houses for the civilian population would be compli mentary to that of the Repatriation department iu building houses for returued men. Where necessary, they were willing to work iu co-op eratiou with the repatiiation authorities. Around Sydney the Stale lwd land on which 20,000 homes could be built. There were difficulties just now in securing labour and material, but he expec ted that ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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BUILT OVER THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

BUILT OVER THE SEA. The lunhlfni; of 11 railway over tho Den is n prodlKloiiK foiit., especially aa ivhcn there arc with ilVicul 1 ics afl violent floods and storms to contend wi'.h ; yet the engineers of the Key West I>1 vision uf tin; I-'nst Florida t?oast railway maiutKi'd to build ;l track over a hundred miles Ion;;, v.hicli ronnocted the islands willi thy mainland. The Florida Keys art; inlands situnfc f»d at. tho ;.u»uth of tho Florida poniu mi la. Ono of thrHo, Itey Wont, is four tpjloR 1'Wik and one hi flu wide, and has rjiii*.o a large population. Tno build in;.* uf ,i railway which would connect lhi; inland with the mainland was started fourteen years ago. The worki v.-a8 accomplished with the aid of l:odrei\ pile-drivers, and all sorts of heat.:? '.o carry tip supplies. v'Iht, the work wan »-eU under way n terrific hurricane swept away prac :ka.Iy the whole of a yeat*V. work. Many men wercv) lost besides sonio Gfi.OOO worth of material. The bridges that crow the sen. b...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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The Coming Show. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

The Coming Show. A general meeting of members will be held at Casey's hotel • to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock to tnnke further arrangements for the coming show. The sale of booths will be held to-morrow at 12 110011 at the ollice of Quirk & Co., auctioneer. There was only a small attend ance at the working bee 011 Wed nesday afternoon, but nevertheless good work was done by those in attendance. The show ring was re-arranged so ns to allow horses competing iu the jumping events more room In approaching the hurdles from the south cud. The society has been promised the loan of coverings for various necessary sheds by soveral support ers, but not sufficient have been obtained so far. The secretary will be pleased to hear from carters or station owners who may be fiuished with wool-cartiug and have tar paulins they could lend or hire.

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

GUNS HAVE CEASED TO FIRE The dreadful crash of sholls is not now liesird by Australian soldiers, because tlioy, witli the Allies have silenced tho oueiny. Most of these bravo . Australians are uow taking' up again their dutios as civilians. v Mouoy is now'ueeded for'their transport to Aus tralia, for their deferred pay, and for tho] cost ot placing them in poaeeful walks of life. Money is still needed Any Bank xvill help you to subscribe to the Poaco) Loan and will charge only 4 per ctnt for.money lent you?for\ tliat;}purpo80. Small sums may bo put iuto Win*-Savings Certificates. Full particulars at all Bauks and Post OiHcea. Commonwealth Treasury, •August, 1919. W, A. WATT, Treasurer. Measure a Store s Value the Service it Gives. Dig down to bedrock facts and yon will find the success of any Store is based on the service it renders. Shrewd common-sense Shop pers choose— as their Store, because it offers Greater Varieties and Better Merchandise at Lower Prices than they can obtain e...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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A Successful Event. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

A Successful Event. The poster ball organised for last Wednesday .night, ill aid of tho sweets and flower stalls at the forthcoming Cluuch of England flow or sliovv, failed iu only one re. speel—the attendance exceeded the accommodation. The Pavilion was literally packed' to tht. doors; but none complained <>f the disability uf moving freely, and all seemed to enjoy themsdves thoroughly, v Aii-excellent supper was provid ed, nud dancing 'was indulged in till a late hour.' The music was supplied- by vat ions ladies and gen tlemen, and Mr M. .McOonnaughty officiated as M.C The cash re ceipts were considerable, and will enable the organisers, Mesdam^s Johnson and Boy It, to make gen erous provision at next month's show. "Prizes were given for best post'er representation worn by lady wiud gentleman respectively, and tjie awa.rds were as follows:—Lady;— Mrs Block, "Sunraysod Fruits," gent—Mr A. Ramus, "Routledge's Store." The judging was under taken by Mrs Tuck, Miss McUwan...

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

Death. WESTERDALE.—At Finley, on Septem ber 4th, Sarah A., dearly beloved daughter of J. Westerdale. Aged 27 years. At Rest.

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

Wheat Pool. As the result of recent sales of wheat it should be possible shortly to declare a further dividend in the wheat pool. When asked yester day if he could give any information on the subject, Senator Kussel, Minister in charge of the pool, said that an announcement as to the position of the pool would be made in the House of Representatives by the Prime Minister (Mr Hughes) and that no statement would be made until thou. It is believed that as far as Vic toria is concerned, there will be av dividend on both "B" and "C" i wheat. lu some quarters it is ex pected that the dividend will amount to about 6d. per bushel in | each case.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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OF [?] DRUGGED TO BATTLE. TRUTH ABOUT ARTIFICAL COURAGE MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

^3 DRUGGED TO BATTLEr~~ . <5> TRUTH ABOUT ARTIFICAL* COURAGE MAK13RS. Were German troop* drugged before being- oent into battle ? Anonymous correspondents have affirmed it al most since the war started, but now wo have confirmation of the startling fact from no loos competent observer tlian Lord Northclifle, whoa© recent •magnificient opportunities of ascert aining the truth about things nt tho. front are well-known. Thin is what, he has lately written : •; "The ether with.which they wero drugged before facing the French, and .{he giant guns, 2,000 in number,/ under whose Are they advanced, alone enabled them to b-arvivo the terror' 'lihticr the influence of which some of them wero almost unable to speak." Still further Lord Northclifle sayfl : "This week, Thursday was a black week for Germany, when, drugged by other, tho men came on iu mass for mation to bo mown by the French 75'b and machino guns." HAGGARD GERMAN PRISONERS. Another significient observation was his re...

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

Victorian Producers' Co-operative Company ' LIMITED 589-835 Collins Street, Melbourne ' Sell oa consignm.Mi: ~uviv svo'ck. wojl .G.KtUtt, {liDUii tallow, ciuim* POTATOES, AND. ~ - 'V PKODUCtf. Rebates to shareholders on Live Stock, uoniw***, utc. Gi/irnnonrt' Shipping Agents under the Victoria'! G>vjntnJit AV.uit i '*■ W > >1 jjHm i» Brokers under the War Precautions (Wool) Regulations. Sluep Skin Ajents under tho War Precautions (Shosp Skin) R^shtioJU. x Rabbit Skihj AvpiUs un Icr the War Precautions (Rabbit Skin) Regulation-!. ' - . ' r: ' Auction sales weekly of Hide*, Skins.Aad Tallow; Tuesdays and Thursdays-—Dairy Produce. Fridays—Dea l Meal. • Live stock sales as follows: —Tuesdays, Newmarket, Sheep and Lamb3. 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, Ca...

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

Auctioneers, SD & I'INANCli AGENTS Shepparton H.O. TATURA, TAIJ,YG AROOPNA, " DOOKIK, KATANDRA. PliKSONAI. SUMSKVISION in DKAI'ting and SltU.ing op M.i. Stock kntkustkd 'ro os. . PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. TRUST MONEY TO LEND. Li^ts.of Stock and Land for Sato postfld ■ on application. ' :" ■Correspondence .Invited. 5ale Fixtures: Special Stock and Horse sales a speciality. • J. McNAMARA & CO., Auctioneers, Shepparton, Dookle and Tatura MUNTZ BROS. AUCTIONKHRS, JiTC., SHEPPHRTON, WnTHJIUH and NUMURKHH. Kialla stock sale as advertised. Cosgrove stock sale as advertised. Nalingu stock sale 1st Wednesday every month. The Mart sale every Saturday Nathalia stock sale every Thurs day. HENRY TUCK. Auctioneer, Stock and Slatio.» Agents, COBRAM, & TOCOMWAI,. tf UEARINC Sales conducted (t ^ any part of Victoria or Ne» South Wales. Wonky to L1CN1) on Bkoad Acijhi At Lowest Interest. Properties for sale in Sculburn Valley of Vic* oria. and .Riverina N S.VI WVlw'of I.aniS' ;aid S...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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SIMPLE TOOTH SAVING DEVICE SALT AND THK UNSANITARY BRUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

H^aj^=== SIMPLE TOOTH SAVING DEVICE SALT AND THK UNSANITARY BRUSH. When your tooth brush is not iri ui?c keep - inside n cake of ordinary table salt.' - .-This, 'science has t.^uat discovered, Ib^.a 'Blmple'but' very. tivc m»>an» o! kcepinft"thc'6nffl1i'c!cflh luid sanitary and preventing . an un desirable cargo of dirt and diseafv gmua being deposited in your mouth overy time you brush .your tooth. Frequent brushing is neccpnary t» keep the teeth in a healthy cosMititn, hut when the brush is no filthy hhj! unsanitary a thing as mot-t ... nro, itsvU80 is very liable to demon harm than good. Physicians and dentists have knovn for a long time how dangerous to health the average tooth brush is. A large percentage of cases of pyorrb.n. the dreaded disease from which it in paid that nine adults out of every lc:> suffer, are undoubtedly due t o tl c repeated vaccination of the tender gumo with the bristles of a genu indsn brush. Many cases of h«ari disease, arthritis, anaemia,goitre...

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

Welcome Home. Tho Pavilion was tho scono of an other pleasant function on Monday Inst on tho occasion of the public wolcomu homo to Lanco-Corporal h T. Boyle, Driver J. K. liowe and Privates S. tT. A. O'Brien, C, H. Thomas and 13. G. Henderson. The ovoning tbok tho form of tho usual dance, and good music and a fast floor contributed to niako for tho onjoymont of the largo number of dancers who attended. s In an intorval bptwoen tho dances Mr Tj. 11. B. Webb wolcomed the ghosts on behalf of the residents of the town and district. It was pleasing, ho said, to see thorn back lit and well aftor their campaign abroad. Ho thanked them for what they had done forTocumwal, and for Australia as a wholo, and wished them evory happiness and buccoss it] tho future. Ho regretted that Lance-Corporal Boyle had been un able to stay for tho ovtniug, bnt de sired io include him in the welcome as though ho wore present. Excopt in tho raiso o£ Pto. O'Brien whoso modal was securod Rome time ago, tho dist...

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

Rifle Shooting:. Tlio 7 tli Wooclsome l^oos shoot will take place at tlio local range on Soptombor 13, 14 and 17 (com mencing to-morrow. The conditions ai'o 8 shots at 400 and G(jO yards. Following are tlio handicaps Stracoy, scr.; Tnck, 1; Vjncout, 3 i W. PcPliereon, 4 ; Haynos, Hob sou, Crawford, Banaley,' MoVittie, 8; Hearn, Wine, J. Hayties, Smotliurst, JBlook, 6 j Flanagan, J. MoPliorson, J. F. McPhorson, 7 ; Smith, 6 ; Bar tholson, 10; Alt, 11; Bryants, Ffrost, 12 ; ^Pnrton, 1H ; Cullis, Williams, 14; Lister, 16; Siin monds, 17 ; MeTaggart, 18; Purkus, 19; Pemborton, Love, 20; AlcGrory, 21; Tliompson, 22; Mooro, 2.'!; Cnrrio, 26; Viillor, Wilson, 30. Tlio local olub is already making arrangements to hold its noxt big Uaslor shoot, and is preparing ad vertising matter fur uxtensivo clis tribulion.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Tocumwal Police Court September 6th. (Before Mr R. J. Barton, J.P.) Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 September 1919

Tocumwal Police Court Sopteiuber 61 h. (Befoie Mr R. J. Bartou, J.P.) Drunkenness. Tastnau Arthur Bracken was charged with being drunk. Fined 2/6. September yth. (Before Messrs P. Quirk aud S. Hutsou, J's.P. No Means of Support. Angus McDonald, aged 35 years, was committed to the Mental Hos pital at Kenmore (near Goulburn), after hearing evidence teudered on the cha'ge preferred against him that he was i sane aud without sufficient means of support.. First-class Sergeant Byrne stated that he saw accused at the shearers' hut on Tuppal station on 2nd inst., where he had been for several days, and would not work, noither leave when requested. On the way to the lock-up accused slated that he was the sou of a Presbyterian min ister, and was horn at Hamilton, Victoiia. He also stated that he bad abused himself when a boy, and was for 14 or IS mouths iu the Mental Hospital at Callau Park. Witness considered accused quite unfit to be at large and unable to do anything loi a livelihood. Dr. ...

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

Oil© day while waiting by the "phou«" # To aond a messago of uiy own, ' X hourd across thu lines a call, Iji urgent, auxioua accents fall— "la that you, Central? Hurry, do! Please put 1110 ou to 2:0-2. It's closing timo I'm late, 'I'uj dijro. I'm after Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. "Back to Childhood" Dance— Forget "grown-up" cares for one nlghjt—be a child again—Wednes day,'24th.

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