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ANGLICAN CHURCH CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

ANGLICAN CHURCH CON CRESS. The Cungres.; commenced in the Exhibition' Huilding, I3ris bane, on September 10. The Archbishop of Drisbaue read tlic I'llsidcnlial address, lis points wove caught, appreciated and ap plauded. One of ill; best papers in a masterly way (leak with the ''Ideal nl .Catholicity" as follows : -"First il is llie catholic chinch ami nothing less that we seek to t >u ili], and by I he catholic church uo 11 in'. island not ii'M.ly the church \vl"<h bar. spread Ih.'. an'iniil 'he \vo.:il : :d claims all im n, bat also that \. licli sup 1 <!> i-wry. I .|;iliinale need and hunger I-no\vn to 1 pc Ionian soiife In I ho faith of ih : catholic (Imi'ch, we believe Ik'.t we find all that men need to know or tan learn on this earth about the things of (ioil and the soul ; while the organisation of the catholic ohtirch will offer insp ration and encouragement to euvy lorm of consecration to which the divine Spirit calls individual men. Wherever a c...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER VII —"The Woman My Boy Loved.—" [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

CHAPTER ; VII —"The Woman 7 My-- Boy ' Loved.—" | "Am I like • what vou expect cd?" .-Alison put the question , recklessly, with a full conscious ness that she was skirting dangerous ground, yet impelled to ask the question in spite of its danger. She and Mrs. Metcalfe were alone together in the elder lady's boudoir, on the morning following her arrival at the Hall, and Alison stood beside the window, looking down upon the couch where her supposed mother-in-law lay. The • fitful April sunlight fell upon the slight figure in its'siniple mourn ing, gleaming softly 011 her hair and bringing into it golden lights that were not usually to be seen there.' Her face, too, was in the Full light, her eves met Mrs. Metcalfe's with apparent frank ness. She experienced an odd delight in carrying recklessness to its furthest ■ limits, in playing her part to perfection. At her question . a puzzled expression crept into Mrs! Metcalfe's eyes : she hesitated ail instant before saying slowly— "I suppo...

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 — 3 October 1913

PUBLIC NOTICES. - Wise Bros., Ltd _• Millers and Grain V Merchants. " TOCUMWAL. TJ AVE commenced opeiations ^ with their new nnd upiodUe plant, aud can now supply l'lour, Bran, Pollard, lit.: , in any quanti ties and at shot test notice Buyers of Wheat,' Oats, Barley, Etc. Highest Prices Given. On lniul, at lowest .current rales:— Sl'KlJ WlIHAT, SKIJD OrVTS, Shed baki.uv, Coknsacks at.d Chaw-Bags (new and seco.id ' hand). Rued Oats (whole or crushed). We crush farmers Oats We have installed special seei! cleaning machinery and are prepared to supply fanners with clean seed, true to name, of all the best varie ties; We also clean farmers !own seed or exchange same at moderate ■ ■ rates. ■ " . - , J . Wo.; ©sl5Fiieeo '. ■ - . . LUl'fi -JYil; and PRIZE bootmaker Deuiliquin-street, Tocumwal. A NNOUNCES to llie public that. ™- be; is at work again and promises his customers that there will'beno disappointments infuture. All work executed 011 "the premises and baud sewu boots made to orde...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6. A sttspcclcd case of small-pox at Wangaratta caused a ruSh for vaccination. Tlie patient, Wm. Annesley, cauic . from Eldorado, and is dcclarcd to Ijc suffering from chicken-pox. Sixteen Deaths In Two Weeks. —"When a baby my little girl had diarrhcca, and as sixteen children had died from it in this locality in two weeks I was greatly alarmed," says Mrs. Alice Williams, Cressv, Tas. "The doctor could do absolutely nothing for her, but as 1 am a Ureal believer in all Chamber lain's Remedies 1 gave Iter Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhcca Remedy with marvell ous results, for she was soon quite well again." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal, Millar and Grover, Finley, and all dealers in medicine.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTES. AUSTRALIAN MEAT IN AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

INTERSTATE MEWS & MOTES. AUSTRALIAN MHAT IN AMKIltOA An Interesting report has iateij been given by Mr. Miuvhill, tho as tuto manager of tho K. TO. DooU: Compnny, who have biti-ftl Ihctrai in America for the fmpo t:*.ti;n o j Australian moat.. This firm import.n quite rt.'e l.imci 1 the amount of Australian m at '>f the other concerns combined, an 1 :• i any ' sidelight thrown on th.» In'-ricvlm o' ! the trade by <;o abb an a:.h rll.y, is sure to bo interest in;: a il la- I structlvc. j Mr. Marshall snld that, f c L l.ila ! and tribulations of (tic Au<"Han I meat importer ^in ('alifni\iia tvo.iW! | provide interesting rrallrj; ra the complex subject of c«,n ;n:r:;r; In- , grown prcjudlco. After r.uw/ inex- ] tiicahlo tangles had Im.'n k! ipllllcd. j [irrangement.s wore finally mn I s, an I tho meat admitted to th? United I States, provided tho anln mortem I and post-mortem oxamlu it lon.t were ; satisfactory. After this th > lo:ul Hoard of Health ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

£10/10/- WORTH FOR £5/9/- GASH. £5/9/ This great big, soli dly built Landscape design Sideboard, with handsomely carved canopy top, a mass ive mirror extending the who le width of back, a large self, 2 drawers, 2 doors, with deeply chiselled,- hand-carv ed panels and heavy brass furnishings. With it we will send you— A very handsome "Chelsea" Tea Set of 21 pieces, of finest quality china, richly e mbellished with -heavy coin gold. . A beautiful Dinner Set, comprising 3 large meat dishes, 2 vegetable dishes, gravy boat, 6 dinner plates, 6 pudding plates and 6 bread and butter plates, highly finished in artistic blue and green floral decorations. Half-doZen "Johnson's" best quality white handled din ner knives, half-dozen extra heavy electroplated Dinner Forks, half-dozen best quality electroplated Teaspoons and One Handsome Nickel Alarm Clock, long and loud alarm, guaranteed perfect timekeeper. • ' * The entire lot, Sideboard and all, valued at £10/10/, .will be sent, securely packed...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. —Bride Cake.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. —Bride Cake. 12 eggs IJ lb currants i.jib butter : ilb almonds 1 |lb flour i pkt m.ixcd 2 pieces citrons spice. t wineglass brandy i-tcaspoon i wineglass sherry ground macc i. wineglass rose- J-teaspoon water ground cloves 21 teaspoons bak- I teaspoon ing powder cinnamon I }lb brown sugar 2 teaspoons 2lb raisns essence lemon Prepare the fruit and peel and rub in as much' flour as it wjll take; blanch and pound the almonds with the rosewater, cream the butler and sugar, add the beaten yolks, then the fruit flavoring, whites of eggs whipped stiff, and lastly lap in lightly the .remaining flour. Bake in a moderate over from 2 A to 3 hours. It preferred, it may be divided and baked in two tins. Highly recommended. —Yorkshire Pudding.— i pint milk 2 eggs 4 -tablespoonfuls 1 saltspoon . flour salt Put the flour into a large bowl, ad(l the milk, gradually stirring untiV.th'oroughly mixed, then add 'the salt, and, last, the eggs, .which should be well beaten. Put the batt...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

HA, HA ! —— THE WHY AND WHEREFORE OF THE IjAUGH THAT FATTENS. Arc you ticklish ? Most people arc. But could you tickle yourself ? Not with the tips of your fingers .in the ordinary way, for then you would un consciously realise beforehand what was going to happen—there would be, as it were, a "complote circuit," and your mind would anticipate the sen sation. But use a feather., and in all probability you could tickle yourself enough to produce a flickering smHe. The explanation is, that although you b'ave been tickled with a feather many a time, yet you can never be certain about the exact feeling, and it is in the unexpected that laughter lies. Try it on the sole of your foot ! Laughter is physical rather than mental, for although 'it is the mind which sees the humour of things, it is the body that docs the actual laughing. Moreover, you cannot think and laugh at the same time. When you laugh, your brain has per force to rest, and the louder and. heartier the laugh the greater the ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CHATS WITH THE COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

CI-IATS- WITH THE COOK. Peel onions from Hie root up wards and they will not make your eyes smart. ■ . r Heat a lemon before 'squeezing it, as the juicc is thus more cas ily obtained. When baking apples, tore thc fruit and put in a dove and a" little sugar. A small bit of butter on cach will improve the flavor. I'at from conked joints may be chopped.and used instead of "suet in plain, plum, gin<rer-bread or lemon puddings. A dish-cloth shvuld be thoroughly well boiled in soda water once a week. This will keep it a good color and .perfect ly sweet. Clean enamelled saucepans with a' ' rag dipped in pumicc stone, after they have been well boiled out, and they will look like new. Fish cookcd in pancr is most delicate. Take some thin white paper, rub. it o\cr wilh melted butter or oil, lay the fish-in, and just fold the edges together. Bake in a moderate oven. Serve in tlie paper, and band lemon with il. Ibis is far less trouble than •••frying and much mole deli cate. Ginger s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

The professor of elocution was in structing an ambitious young man in the art of public-speaking. "When yoa have finished your lec ture," he said, "'bow gracefully and leave the platform oa tip-toc." "Why on tip-too ?" queried the am bitious young man. "So as not to wake th2 audicncc," replied the professor. There is a good deal in putting a thing nicely. A prisoner was being scntcnccd at the assizes the other day. "You have a pleasant home and a bright fireside, with happy children sitting round it, haven't you?" said tho judge. "Yes, sir," eald the prisoner, wlic thought he saw a way out of the dif ficulty. "W.cll," said the judge, "if the hap py children sit round the cheerful flrv'dc until you return, tbey will i/ there just two months." ""•gs : "Have #pur daughters ac lished much iii inucic ?" ^riggs: "Yes, their playing has lid uo of two very undesirable neigh bours."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

%-ganger jTom Jniluenza, m&y &e av^Jd^d by^ the S^h^ho^in'sCottg&^mee^ n^lepain | |j$ii; the ^che^tfdisappears":. ^ihei fever'shhsides^t ftt&el.whole &od^'hefibmes comfortable,- and you J , _ yta » <-■■ r-4 ■ • "jjt—T*« v < ,1 YQEm&Q'Jh&i'SiftQS'mffeels *gsfi,thei<dise&se. D"WAUGIfS Baking Powder ALWAYS THt BEST. MELBOURNE AGENTS, J. SERVICE & CO. How to Cure Ski Disease The longer you neglect Skin Disease In 'i any form, the harder will it be to cute j< . ■ It. Delay means further trouble, such as '< - f Eczema, Psoriasis, Ringworm. Ruunlng i \ *V Sores, or any'of the many unpleasant . ^ an^ forms which Skin Disease J ■-v.y.'.Vi-m may assume. Remember, you should, at ( y^V^v.;'. '& /*be firat sign of Skin Trouble, apply * &&£!::: Rexona Ointment. This "Rapid Healer" j Rli *A immediately acts upon the skin, arousing ^ "*° a healthy ac...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

(LA.TE OF CULCAIRN.) _TQJ?GS to notify the 'residents of the town and district that be has purchased the business hitherto carried on by Mr. G. Hiydou as Hairdresser anil Tobacconist, In Deniliquiu-street, Tocunnval, and tiusts to merit a share of public [patronage. The Stock will be Improved and considerably added to. Pipes, Tobacco, Sigars, ©igarettes, Fancy Goods, and Sundries of the Best Quality First-class Billiard Saloon, well lighted. The Ilairdres.iiig Saloon ' will be under capable management Local Agent for the Finlcy 'Mail." • S. \V. DUKE, Tocumwa,!. S[j3™g==Sh.©w.—Spring ■ ' ' ht * ■ J. G.' WILSON'S * "CENTRAL-: : STORES. Who is Now Opening a Great Display of the Latest Spring and Summer Fashions. ■. At extra Low Values in Dainty Dress Goods, consisting of Pique Cords, Rich Foulards,' Crepe, Poplins, Silks, Washing De laines, Light and Dark Cambrick Prints. Call and inspect. A largo New Stock of Cents'Lad ie's and Children's Boots and Sh oes.. Paints, Oils, Galvanised Ir...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

Hacking Cough Driven Away. —"My daughters, Winnie and licnc, suffered from colds and croup," says Mr. Edward Kent, Dundas, 1 n:'. "and 1 had many a sleepless night, for (hey used to wake up with a choking cough which would last nearly all night. A friend recommended Chamber lain's Cough "kciucdr. 1 tried ii and it completely cured their colds and croup, und drove that hacking cough awav. Under-no circumstances would I be with out it in the house now." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal, Mill ar and Glover, l-'inley, and all dealers in medicines.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. CHEESE POISONS FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. . NEWS FROM EVERYV.'flEIlR. CHEESE POISONS FAMILY. A wholo family in the neighbour* j hood of Grenoblo has born taken ill j after a meal of bread ontl <h3cs\ Th:. : lather, M. Pierre Goy, died soon af- ' ter the meal in great agoiy, anl other members of the family arc in . such a grave condition th.it their lives are despaired of. WHERE NOTHING MATTERS. , India is, says Rudyard IvipUnj, a i place beyond all othars^ where one must not take thing?? too seriously —the midday sun always excepted. ' Too much work and to"> much ! energy kill a man just as cflcctlvcly I as too much assorted vice or loo | much drink. Flirtation darn ro- nnl- | ter, because every one is being tra'is- ! fcrrcd, and either you or she leave the station and never return. Good work does not matter, be- 1 cause a man is. judged by his worst ! output, and another man takes all j the credit of his best, as a rule. Bad j work does not matter, bocausc other men do worse, and incompetent...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPOONINC COUPLES' PAR. LORS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

SPOONINC COUPLES' PAR. LORS. I lie Key. John Gunn, a New ) <>rk Baptist minister, lias now inaugurated tile "spooning par lor" for the purpose of bringing lonely young people of both sexes into friendly communion. "I hero arc," said Kir. Gunn to ail' interviewer, "many working girls living in furnished rooms who cannot receive young men in tlium and keep their reputations. Tlv.y ate entitled to have some place where they may enjoy the advantages that help their more fortunate sisters to happy wife hood." Two large rooms with a wide opening between them, m the rear of the meeting hall c! the church, arc the' "spooning parlors." 'l'hey are comfortably fnrnshed, and provided with an ample supply'of sofas. There is a chapcrone always within call, with expert advice on how to pro pose. There is a piano also, to slir sentiment, and twice a week moving pictures. The inautrurc liou of ■ America's latest ?id to matrimony* tool.' place a fe'.v \w::ks a^o. Mrs. Gu'i!i, , a charmi...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE KAISERIN'S DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

TEE KAISERIN'S.DIAMONDS.^ The German hm press was oncef referred to b)' her husband as the. "jewel that sheds lustre bv mv side.'' The compliment had a double meaning. for her Majesty's diamonds arc valued at over a quarter 01 a million sterling. Many of' .them ; are heirlooms of the Prussian Crown, and ma}- only be worn by- the reigning Queen. But the value the Kaiserin's own private dia monds is considerably., more than £100,000. Tlie principal ornament among them is a mag nificent large diamond, 011 each side of which arc set some 30 or 40 fine stones. Before any court function takes place at which her Majesty is .expggted to be present a special jeweller care fully examines each stone. In spite of this, however, the Em press seldorit wears any jewell ery at all, and as a matter of fact her life is as simple as that of the average middle-class German.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WOMEN'S SPHERE. THE SPINSTER'S CONSOLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

WOMEN'S SPHERE. (By "Mavis.")' Till; SPINSTER'S CONSOLA TION. There is ;i good deal of sym pathy wasted by women, especi ally-young brides, for that class of society known as. spinsters. Indeed it is firmly believed by the majority of tlicm that' spin sters never had a lover' or a pro posal, and their present con dition is due to the fact that men have 'j.Hirely overlooked-tlicm in their scarcli for a wife. . Ci" course a good many old ' maids have missed their voca tion. That is to say, they cwre orignally meant to be wives but by .sonic niischaucc of fate they joined the ranks of spinsterliood. However, it never seems to occur to people that some spinsters ai'e so from choice alone. They never imagine that the position of an unmarried woman could be anything but an un lovely, grey existence—most of the time taken up iti deploring the lack of' aman'f to take care ot her. ; " f • . Now spinsters hfiy.c consolation as sweet, if not sweeter,-, than those of married women. . Tha t a go...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE FARM. WORN-OUT GRAZING LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

THE FARM. -J WOHN-OTJT GRAZING LANDS. The proper ^treatment of old and Worn-out grazing land often appears to be a very serious and difficult problem to many farmers. It is, how ever, one which may be readily solved. Old grass lands have become rich in nitrogenous matter, but have usually been depleted of much of their mineral constituents, chiefly by the removal of potash and phosphate to build up the bodies of the animals grazing on them. What then is the chief remedy for such old and im poverished grass lands, or for poor freshly-reclaimed lands naturally de ficient ? Simplj to apply the potash and phosphate -whose deficiency pre vents the land from yielding good crops of hay or carrying a rich and nutritious 'pasture. The required pot ash may be very profitably applied in a dressing of half or even lewt. 30 per cent, potash manure in autumn or winter. The results of all carefully conduct ed experiments by skilful experimen ters demonstrate the advantage to be gained by potash ma...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

(Under New Management,) G E 0 R G ■ E; D A L.T O'.fl 3SGS to advise bib Wends and tke'_Travelling;Public that he has taken lossession of the above well known* Hotel, which lias always enjoyed .ie reputation of being the Commercial House in Fiuley, also one :i the best conducted in the district, and lie trusts by strict attention lo mslness to merit the continued patronage Cwbich has always been iccorded the Timp jp>as&,iLBHU 1« A.11 Wines, Ales, Spirits and Cigars are the finest procurable. Roomy Stables. 'Attentive Groon, Coaches for Jerilderie, Tocusn'wul, ul Denillquin call each day. Gl-OKOli DAI/PON, Proprietor. THE_ TOGIMWAL HOTEL FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. THE best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. ' Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Cab meets all trains. Coaches leave here for Finley, Beirigan, Uarooga, Corowa & Jerilderie Only First ClasslBrands~gf Wines aud_Spirits stocked, leanllness, Civility and Attention guaranteed. HARRY H. CASKY,"Propr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

•JHE SLIGHTEST TOUCH OP HER HAND A1ADDENED HER clement! tonic CURED - Is there rvny ailment that makes the body no sensitive to touch rs Neuralgia or hiflamntfon o( the «erves»? Is there anything to compare with the agony of • Klceplens nights, causedt*/ongh nervous ucinilgia of the face? Vet when it is c.r.i ;ed by Pa<l liver or stomach as Ills oiu.li'is, CI meut-i Tonic i» the rapid rc'i-dy. Read this 1 tter from Mi..s Mary Kenton, 83 llig'utct ht:«t, KiJwinud, Vic., written, y'J.Iti— *L iMT3 TOO LTD., "I h:,vo no', heard of a pirallc] ■ iplaint to mine. To chow the ,/ari>us forms Neuralgia will take, winch I had for one year, every hair of my head came away, .and the slightest touch about my head or face would cause intense pain. 1 am thankful to say, since re covering my health my hair has grown rapidly again. On one occasion I was in the hospital for kidney complaint, and they did the best they .could for me; but my nerves were all unstrung. One of my own family b...

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