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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

PUBLIC NOTICES. European - WHOLESALE buying agcncies undertaken, for all British and Continental goods, including Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Leather, Chemicals and Druggists' Sun dries, China, Earthenware and Glass ware, ' • Cycles, , Motor "Cars and Ac cessories, Drapery, Millinery and Piece Goods, Hardware, .Machinery and Metals, Fancy Goods and Perfumery, Jewellery, Plate and Watches, Photographic and Optical Goods, / Provisions and Oilmc'ns' Stores, Commission 2i p.c. to 5 p-c. Trade Discounts allowed. Special Quotations on Demand. Sample cases f;.om £10 up wards. ' Consignments of Produce Sold nil Account. WILLIAM WILSON & SONS., (Established 1814), £5, Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. Cable address: "Anriuaire, Lon don." • S. LUKEIS, POULTRY BREEDER, 906 Skipton^street, Ballarat. A Fine Collection of WHITE LEGHORNS, BROWN LEGHORNS, SILVER WYANDOTTES, BLACK ORPINGTONS, BUFF ORPINGTONS, PLYMOUTH ROCKS, " MINORCAS, CHAMPION LAYINC STRAINS Fine Healthy, Vigorous Coc...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S SPHERE. IS WOMAN WEAKER? [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

WOMEN'S SPHERE. (By "Mavis.") IS'WOMAN WF.AK1LR? Till very recently it was uni versally held that woman, what ever her mental qualifications to be considered/the equal of man, must he content to put up with the sccond place pTiysically. Darwin regarded woman as a be ing who" had finished her evejlu wliile man keeps on developing while man keeps os developing still. Herbert Spcnccr rewarded woman as a variety of man who;-.-., evolution had been badly negl cted. But 1 here is now ris ing a school of biologists who arc of opinion that in many ways the term "Ilie weaker sex1' should be applied to man, and not to woman. They draw attention to all sorls of cunous facts. Physi cal monstrosities such as hare lip, cleft palate, extra toes, ctc., cccur.in women only one-third as often as in men. .The presence of an eighth rib (a distinct trace of the ape) is twice as frequent among men as among women. On the' other hand, woman's sense of color is far more cfelicate -than mail's, and the highe...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERSTATE MEWS & NOTES. THE RICE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

INTERSTATE MEWS & NOTES. w THE RICE INDUSTRY. Mr. Elwood Moofl fias explodod the conventional opi&tem that rice can be successfully produced only in coun tries which have the advantage of chcap labour—such oa Egypt, Japan, India and Italy. Ho urgently states that 50,000 acreo cfl Goulburn Val ley land lie ready to be exploited in ricc cultivation, and that a fortune awaits the man with sufficient enter prise and initiative. With an ideal climate for its cul tivation, a plentiful natural rainfall, aided by a generous supply of water from which to draw, there seems small doubt of the ultimate success of the project. Concerning the labour question. In the' rice-growing experiments made in America in 1903 and lOOJ, where the cost of labour is as hij»h as it is in Victoria, the necessity of em ploying coloured labour in order to make the rice plantation a paying proposition, proved to be a fallacy. Should any. incentive be required to - give the new industry a start in Au...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE USE OF AMMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

TI-Ili USI;: 01' AMMONIA. Few ' haw. ;ni irka of 11ic Humeri "J' •" which am monia " may !>■• pul. The pre paration known as- aromatic spirit of ammonia is exceedingly valuable in many ailments—for example, ten or twenty drops in a large winefjlassfnl of water will revive, a.' faintii^ person as quick ly us brandy, and is an cxccllent stimulant in cases of nervous de pression and approaching head ache,, restoring the circulation and often helping a weak heart. It is so cheap and satisfactory a remedy that there is no excuse for not having it always handy. A few drops of ammonia poured into hard water mates the water as soft to the hands as milk; and this preparation takes the diit off paint more quickly than .any other; takes the stain out of carpets better than anything, except gall; cleanses combs and hair brushes, and makes gold and silver look as good as new. Diluted amijionia rubbed with a picce of flannel on the outside of llie throat is excellent in cases of sore thror\i. ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO WEAR NEW BOOTS WITH COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

HOW TO WEAR ' NEW BOOTS WITH COMFORT. To most people, new boots and shoes arc a horror. Whether >ou get Ihem too big or' too small, pr ju'st\ the light size, there is si ill the same dicad in putting them on for the first time. It is certainly not a wise thing to get cither boots or shoes too large, for'they arc most uncora-( fortablc to wear, and more often than not bring about corns and bunions, to say'nothing of the holes they cause in hosiery. Boots or shoes, again, when too small, must surely result 111 a very painful experience. In deed, new articles of this de scription, even when just the right fit, are generally a source of trouble for a short while, al though, when a good and soft make of boot or shoe is pur chased, Ihis should not be. All new leather is sa.id to "draw" the feet at fust, so lhat we should wear new boots for short periods only until our feet get ac customed them. Wearing them indoors and near a fire is a very good plan to season them, as the heat.helps k...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER IX —An Old Friend.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

chapter"jx —An Old Friend.— "i sec what you mean, Elinor, but I do not agree with you," 'I'he words were .spoken in tones of one too sure <>i" 1 icr own opinions to brook cither contra diction, or even mild argument, and Mrs. Metcalfe, wilh the wis dom of long experience, made no reply to the remark. "I do not in the least agree with you," the .speaker went on with an incrca.se of emphasis. 'J am very sorry for a widow ; I am a widow myself, and I know perfectly well what it feels like. I am not unsympathetic, but there are limits to everything, and there is a limit to the time in which a widow should sit and weep and shut herself away from the world. Reginald's widow is no worse off than others ; it is quite time she came out of her shell, and sj>w people." "Quite so, Grace, Rosamund and I both felt that; the time had come when she should take up ordinary life again ; and it was for this reason that we arranged our present small house party. Wc asked you and Hubert...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE BIRTHDAY PRESENT. MRS. FIRMAR FOUND A WAY TO GET EVEN WITH HER HUSBAND FOR DISAPPOINTING HER SO. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

THE BIRTHDAY PRESENT. X MRS. I'IKMAIl FOUND A WAY TO GET ISVRN WITH IIBit IIUSIJAND FOR DISAPPOINTING Will HO. "You look tired." tmlil Mm. I'nhi* trum td her neighbour. "I atn tired," admitted Mni. Fir mar. "Thiu tiling of i:cloclintf ' irth* dny presentn for a hw>Wmd r.n; Vn n labour of love, l/.it It in worivln,; Juot tho unme." "Oh, tell me vlint. you >;ut ! Mr, Pulatrum will have a birlh'ay m\t month." "Well, all I \\M> for vol hi that he is not tuich a pro o i».;ly di a;> pointing wmi an Mr. Flnvar hs." "Provokln/'ly dba;; «.-in!('n.; V Why, I aiwava cuv-idr rod Mr. Firir.nr o .e of the nicest of nun I" "Ho he In. That'a the rrarn f married hlin. Hnt. lot me tell you my cxpirlcnrc trying to buy 1.1m a few birthday present?*. First, I went to the »!hoe at ore v»hore we trade, ami a'iked to mv» jtoine i.li;>per/ " "Slippt rn aro a ^oo I piv:.ent." "That'll what I tho j;' t. Ilut I wan disappointed w!;<n tho oltTk brought me a ruir t.f tan ;li;ipern and t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANS AND HAILING SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

GERMANS AND HAILING BI-IU'S. The Germans, almost alone among seafaring races, have refused to write | the opltaph or tho deep-water square-rigged ship. They have cre ated a modern steel fleet of much larger vessels than any other of their kind a/ioafc, engaged, for tho iro:t part, in the Soulh American trade. 01 these, the ProusucH uttractcd no tice not long ago by utrrnHng {11 the English Chorine). Hor ship, the Fotosi, has broken!all ball ing records bctv.em i'un. ami - .-i during voyage after voyage, lr.r average speed as fast as that of most cargo steamers, and KUrpatalng tho historic achievements of the Ameri can sky-sail clippcrs of tho last con tury. • Equipped with all mtinner of auxi liary engines for handling heavy sail* for lighting by electricity ml heat ing by steam, these huge. fivt-mastc«l ships seem to have revived «n almost vanished epoch.' Their crcws arr* no broken, drunken pier-head jumper?} and greenhorns nwept up fron\ tlu scum of the water front, bi:t -nt-'rd-...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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RENOVATING PASPALUM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

RENOVATING PfiSPALUM. As illustrating the wonderful recu perative powers of paspalum, a pad dock which had been in paspalum lor thirteen or fourteen years wan ploughed up. This was necessitated by constant cutting for -seed and heavy grazing having weakened the sward. Tho experience Lti question was that of a settler in the Corambn district, New. South Wales Some time ago a paddock of twelie acres was ploughed up with the objcct ol utilising it for the growing of fodder crops for the dairy herd. Bdng dry at tho time the work "was heavy, and the ploughing necessarily shallow. About tjic middle of December maize was sown. Dry condition:; continuing produced indifferent germination, nut with the storms of January the pan palum made a move, tin young growth showing up between the so:ls as if it had been planted. Tho. maize was about 4 to 5 feet high, but the paddock was .otic waving field of pas palum fence high, and in fuU seed. The response was simply wonderful. An interesting . featu...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE RIGHT SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

THfcU RIGHT .SPIRIT. The dry-goods merchant was ex* plaining the situation to this new traveller he had just employed : "Your predecessor," he paid, "has got'his business all tangled up, and' if you take his place you will have a difficult task getting order out ol chao'ti." "'I don't know who Chaos is,'1 cheerfully replied the traveller; "but I bet I'll get an order, if ] hang on to liim a week !" The world't; largest choose weighed slightly over 12,0001b., was 8It. 'it d'iameter and 5ft. high, and 18.00( gallons of milk were used in making It. The stage - makes a better pulpil than the average church possesses. Heary V. Carter. 18X6. *

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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MASTERING A HORSE. WRINKLES FOR OVERCOMING THE MOST USEFUL FAULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

MASTERING A HORSE. ' WRINKLES FOK OVERCOMING THE MOST USEFUL FAULTS. . Vice in a borse is usually the ft.'tcr-effcct of ignorant or brutal training wli?n young, and although occasionally cauaccl by natural tem per, Ihciro cases arc in the minority. ftcsttvcness while he is being mounted is an annoying equine fault, especially to those who arc not par ticularly nimble in getting into tho saddle. Many of our Yeomanry read 's will endorse the fact that the feeling one endures when the order : comes " Tare t'mount ! Mount !" is ; not at. all present when your horse j won't aland, but takes a keen . de- ! light on being everywhere except where he ought to be. MAKING HIM STAND STILL. The chi?f cause is eagerness to start, and an agile and clever rider can soon cUcct a cure. The rider must be fearless, and should careless ly yet confidently approach the horse, mount at the lirst eflort, then--^ re strain him, not allowing him to move forward until perfectly quiet. Horses of this variety sh...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

CURES INFLUENZA I ^Banger from influenza may be avoided by the | 11&af.Qhamherl&in 's Cough Remedy. The pa in jj |* i/A&t ehept^Hsappears*: ^he- fever ■ subsides, ■ | whole bodyl&ecomes eomfor/able, -, and^you | i Yoss^pe; the va'fterxeffecta^Sf'ithe t<1iaeasc, I 3M^Syiggt^5?Atg3'-??-yAtrgra.is?-gt nrwvrxv-rsTn mwmr d. SERVICE & GO. MELBOURNE AGENTS,

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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FINLEY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

luhjluu FSNLEY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Unless dogs arc registered by the 14II1 inst. (next Tuesday) owners will be prosecuted. The police in I'inley intend to proceed against, all offenders after that date. The l'inlcy bandsmen intend visiting Tocumwal on Sunday, October 26, when a programme will be submitted by the com bined bands. Mr. Dave Pinclieii, of this town, is an inmate of Nurse Magilton's hospital at Tocumwal, suffering from pneumonia. Wc understand that Mr. H. Coulter, senior, has definitely de cided to submit his name to the ratepayers of A Riding for elec tion next January to the Berrigan Shire. Mr. Coijler should make an ideal representative and if he comes forward should get strong support. Residents of l;inlev and district will learn with regret of the death on W'ednesdav afternoon of Mr. .las. Austin, who has re sided in this ccntrc for some .years. Deceased had readied the yist mile post and was a I fine, hale and heart"' old man, wcll-rcspectcd by all who knew hi...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COBRAM SHOW. Twenty-fourth Annual Re-union. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

COBRAM SHOW. Twenty-fourth Annual Re-union. The twenty-fourth annua] exhi bition of the Gobram Agriculttir " al and Pastoral Society was hel I oil the pretty little"ground almost in the lieart of the town, on Tues day, and it was very successful The attendance was exception ally good—better, in fadT " than ever before, while the enU'.es were in excess of .those received last year. Visitors, were present in large- numbers from all Hie surrounding districts, some even coming as far south as Shepp:ir ton, from where a special uah ran, calling at Nmmirkah, Strathmerton and Yarroweyah to pick up passengers: Tociimwal was well represented, and there - were a l'cw present fromTinlcy and Berrigan, but - not in any thing like the numbers from the river town. The outing was a very enjoyable one for those who •made th'c trip from Tocumwal and district, although there was a good deal of dust. The weather was fine and warm— rather unpleasantly' warm during the afternoon, although for-the greater...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DRAMATISING OF A NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

THE DRAMATISING OF A NOVEL. Jn tho process of dramatizing of a novel there are always marked advan tages and disadvantages. The art of the writer of stories differs ma terially from that of the playwright. The first !:> given a laU.ttuic denied to the nccond, who, as h.r? been very truly stated, has to th'n'c in situa tions. ami whoso opportunities for building up a rhiract:r are more limited. A play founded u'on a j'opular novel • nmv, en iln o'.h:r hand, lo mid to si art villi a cer tain amo: nt of P'CHlic,e.. 1'eoi-h are eager to ::cc in th? fit bit the charac ters they have J»o n, Jo nl, or lintcd .'n the rages o! (hr^nn xiit. Agnin~t this has to be set Ihr. dan ger that, tlr a'bv.ilcr may ha"c form ed a.very ci'.ler.nt ccnccit'm of a character from that ccirdvid by the reader, in whom, co'vso'ium'Iy, a fecl-ng of disappoiutrrMt': i:s at on:c | nwa'ccncd. I need hardly remind j yc'.i that Shakespeare himself found ed most of his pl-iyn upon stories more or leys '.veil known. ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. A NEW DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. A NEW DANCE. The Duchcss of Manchester linn in troduced to London society a nnw American dancc, entitled the "f'sh ivalk." She has been giving a num ber of "dancing teas," ^t whkh the new dance was explained and exem plified. It is described r.H follows by its inventor, Mr. Uriel Davis :— "To do the 'fish-walk' properly you Tiust first practise skipping upsr.airs, then adopt that srtmn skipping stop on the ballroom floor, <loin» it for ward eight counts and reverse -eight :ounts. Thrn do the sliding pt'jp to the side twice a'? fast r.s \ \ the 'one step' for four counts. O mtnn with the skipping step a* UcforV AMBASSADORS' KA?,AUIirK. Tn contrast with Vac. portion of the United States Ambassador to Grrat, Britiin, whe-e the i •.cu -nbsnt has to rent his own ho:;so, on a sal ary of .r»V>M a year, is the situa tion of foreign diplomats in Wash ington. All the important embassies in Washington are either owned out right or arc rente...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

PUBLIC NOTICES. Tocumwal Supplu Stoies. In 01 t.'cr (•> copc wi'h f ur increasing trado wo havo now open ed n. Spccial Dcpai imcr.t of Lr.dlos' and Chlldron's Millinery anil Underwear, alo? F:;r.uy Coods, Clovos, Hosiery and Hnlicniatihory. . LOVELY FLOUNCING EMBROIDERIES NOW BEING SHOWN AND THE VALUES CANNOT BE BEATEN. . Hnllspot Muslins, Coinrs—Whlt'o and Groy. . Spcoial Vnluos In PoquV Cloths Foulards and Voiles. Marshall's Famous Hoots and Shoes WE ARE THE DISTRICT PCENT8 FOR THE SUPER IOR CLASS OP GENTS' FOOTWEAR Last, But Not Least. CENTS! Hnvo you yot Inspcotod our now 8sason'8 Tailor. Ing Pattorns ? OUR TAILGRINC TRADE; IS CROWING. WE ENDEAVOR TO PLEASE YOU WITH THE BEST CUT AND FINI8H AND OUR PRICES ARE L ESS THAN THE CITY PRICE8. COME EARLY AND GET YOUR 8UIT FOR THE 8HOW8. IIIIIIIIIIIIII illllllllllllllIt(lllillllllll lllllllllimil llllllllllllllllll DRESSMAKING NEXT DOOR, BROWW CORKE & CO l>>Jir^<gn&€r5"E03 ren « Aohnts kor :—Daily and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

STOMACH WORMS A Menace to Children, i Stomach Worms an; undoubt edly the most invidious kind af all. /fltcy inhabit the stomach and inflict great havoc upon their victim. They deprive the victim of half the , nutriment he con sumes, and when the .stomach is empty gnaw the .sides of the stomach causing such terrible sensations as to often cause faintness. Aperient medicines have 110 effect upon them, for when any purgative is taken they fasten themselves to the walls of the stomach by a groove running down their side. The only method of dislodging stomach Worms is to starve the system and tiike Conistock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets. The worms are weakened by the want of food, and are induced to take whatever is taken into the stomach. Corn stock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pell ets contain the properties which sicken and disable the wornis, and a dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will clear them out of the system, The wifeof ft \v?lt known Waitar;\, N.^, store keeper writes :—"Last w.eek w...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Anglican Meadow Fete.—The •committees of the Meadow Fete have been active in making pre-" parations for this annual . event so popular in their district. A working bee was held on Wednesday afternoon to.plan out and ersct portions of the stalls, etc. The public are reminded of the dates of holding the Fete October 15, 16, 17 and 18. A Generous Bequest.—The lute Miss Rand, of Eurangeline .station, near Unma, lias left generous bequests " to the parish and the diocese of Rivcrina, -To the former has been bequeathed the. sum of <£500 as an endow ment for parochial needs,' and a like sum lias been given to the Bishopric Endowment Fund. It is well that these gilts to the church should lie ■ known, so as to stimulate..others "lo do like wise." Benefactions • through wills are not so common as they used to be. Miss , Rand had, during her lifetime, always been a generous contributor to both dioccsian and parochial needs. Pavilion Pictures.^-An excell ent progra...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Tocumwal Guardian RIVEFINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913. NOTES ON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

Tocumwal Guardian RIVEFINA ECHO, and - FINLEY FREE PRESS. ■ (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913. . NOTES ON NEWS. I HE President of the Coolanion Shire while in Sydney a few weeks ago, discovered a fresh grievance for the country resid ents against the city dwellers. He walked along George and Pitt-streets, the two principal thoroughfares of the harbor city, and there saw meat hanging cn the outsides of shops exposed to the streets without' any protec tion from flies and dirt. Upon reaching home he asked some pertinent questions (of no one in particular) and of which the fol lowing is of special interest io country folk : "If the Board of Health regulations are rigorously enforced in the country, as they undoubtedly are in regard to butchers' shops, why should not they be also enforced in the city?" That they are enforced in the country we have evidence pretty well every day, as foi instance the prosecution at Wagga only a few weeks ago, when Mr. Gates, P.M., fined several ...

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