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THE MERRY LITTLE MOTOR. ECONOMICAL JOYS OF THE MODERN RUNABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

THE MERRY LITTLE MOlUrt. ECONOMICAL, JOYS OF TUB - MODERN HUNABOUT. r Fivo thousand miles in a year, ci a neat," motor-driven r vchiele, for nt expenditure of £10 5s.—or at tin rati of only a halfpenny a mile. Thh represents the \ cheapest form o1 motoring. For a sum of botweer £40 nnd £50 ons enn purchase the ■"light-weight" motor-bicycle witt which this is possible. Tin macltim will have an engins developing about 2£ horse-power. It will also be fit ted with a two or three npeed gear enabling the rider to "climb" nnj hill. The running cost of a halfpenny a mile includes only the1, rider's ex penditure on petrol nnd oil. but an allowance for the necessary renewal of tyres, and the replacement of small working parts. The economical "light-weight" does not develop sufficient power to carrj a passenger. If the motor-cyclist de sires company on h'is trips awheel— as he generally does as soon as he has tasted the joys. of the pastime he must be prepared to buy a ma chine of at least 3£ ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILLING TO OBLIGE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

WILLING TO OBLIGE!. "I Bay, warder," 6ald tbo convict, "can I bavo eomo butter on my bread ?" "I'm very sorry." replied tbo of ficial. "but It's against tbc rules, but I will do you a favour, though." "What's that?", inquired tbo con vict, eagerly. '"Oh," replied tho warder, "I'll put it under tho door, and 'jam' it." Countryman : "Say, shuvvcr, how much do I ov.o you ?" Chauflour : "Twolvc-a n] sixpence, sir."' Countryman : "Well, 01*11 l>c gettin' In again, and yo can shove her bacl! till yer gets tcr half a croon, fur that's nil 01. got." Wo arc pleased, not only with praise, but with .having dona what is praiseworthy.—Dr. Adam Smith. . 'A generous lie is better than a Wean truth^Mana Constantino,

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 — 17 October 1913

Mako Mc Fcol Thoroughly Woll. —"For years 1 have. suffered from shiKgish liver," writes Mrs. W. l'feifter, Storkeeper, Ml'. Pleasant, S.A. "Having' read an advertisement on Chamberlain's Tablets' I decided to try them and was so pleased with the re sult that I have continued to use them ever since. They make me feel thoroughly well." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumvval, .Millar, and Grover, l'inley, and all deal ers in medicine,

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PHASES OF THE MOON, 1913. October. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

PHASES OF THE MOON, 1913. Octobor. : I.ast Quarlcr.x—Thursday; 23rd.. New Moon.—Thursday, 30U1.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOYS AND CIGARETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

BOYS AND CIGARETTES. .1.lie action of the cigarette differsmaterially from that of .the pipe or cigar. In boys the -salivary glands are particularly active ancl as a large ainount of abscrbtion naturally follows the digestion i.-; thus, rapidly affected —the bod}' becomes incapable of doing its duty. During the growing ueriod of . life a large ainount of extra' •' work is cast • upon the delicate machinery, of glands and. muscles by which di gestion and absorbtion .is effect ed. A boy's <. digestion differs from that of a man in that it is reguired to supply not only the actual working needs, but a large surplus necessary for in crease of bone and muscle. In most cases a lad starts to smoke cigarettes . because lie. thinks it manly. He is willing, to risk all danger to health and if indulged in he bccomes an ob ject of pity—ambition is killed— a weak chest and shortness of breath soon follow and finally, ■ inhalation, which is the twin curse to the cigarette smoker voung ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEEDING ON COAL. DISHES YOU DON'T DARE EAR EVERY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

FEEDING ON COAL DIBHISS YOU DON'T DAUB 15 AT EVI3IIY I)AY. 1b tho coal*collar to bo tlm pan try of tho future ? $r. J5mH Klwchcr, a Nobel r.rlzo-winnor and profcmo.r of chemistry, ban succeeded in building up from, tlic collo of *coal ft protcld, tho moat Important form of food, which -enppllos muz»clo and- tUuuic to tho.body., and in absolutely ncces* sary to tho maintenance of life. Althougt} coal food does not nouml particularly appetising, the milmtnncc prepared by thtn ncirntinl. vontalnn oiactly tho same olomcntH an a boef " steak. A litter of pups wan fed (in thin food for a mouth, at. tho end of which period thoy worn nuporlnr in size, weight, and health to n batch of puppies of tho flame ago roared on ordinary food. Thd learned doctor dieted himsolf on his novel compound for a week, at the clone of which ho found his health and (strength main tained in tho most satisfactory man nor. Australia in now supplying tnillc Innocent of any flirtation with tho parish pump. It is dri...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INSATIABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

THE SHSATSABLE. 1 Profwoor Y'fl renown wnn grent At oti the sentu of lenining, HId vlowo would nlwnyii enrry wclnht On queotlono that were burning. Ho knew tho nnmco of nil tlic i;lnrri, And which were fixed or liio.n,;, On wlmt wnn happening on Maia, Ho clovcr wnn in proving. On European tonguen nml Invii Mb lioota vfcta Himl in coUegf, And one could not (Uncover 'Pnnii In our pro(c!ii;or'ii linowlcdgo, Hut when hln mnnli, nnd only, icn Begnn ol him Inquiring, Why thin wnn no, why tlicit wn» (irvu, In manner most untiling, It rando tho old mnti dluticin d And though he wnn co fumo'in, He, to hlmnelf, nt Iniit ctn'en.cd, Ho wna nn ignornmun. —"Itod Mnjjuv.iiM.'

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER X Hubert's Wooing [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

CHAPTER X —Hubert's Wooing;— His friend, Stephen Rambert, and their conversation together, recurred to Hubert the day fol lowing his talk with Ill's mother, and the recollection of it was full in his mind when he met Alison in the garden after lie had .finish ed his late breakfast. Hubert never appeared downstairs until the rest of the party had entirely finished their morning meal, and by the time lie readied the gar den, Alison had already been out there for more than an hour, gathering' /lowers for the vases which were her special charge, chatting 'to her devoted friend Barnes, the head gardener, and exercising her constant compan ions, Tim and Jock, the Aber deen terriers. When , Hubert caught sight of her she w£S strolling down a broad path rais ed a little above the lawii, skirt ing a south Avail against whose warm red bricks clusters of frag rant roses and purple clematis opened their flowers to the sun shine. In the wide border, holly hocks, stately and tall, and golden blos...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sin of ALISON DERING. CHAPTER IX (Continued). [?] Old [?] [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

The Sin of ALISON BERING. (By Uic author of "Dinna.'1 ; "A ■ Tangled Web," cU:., oIl-.). CRAriT.il IX (Co:Himicu). -.■ A". '.)!(! — Mrs.. Metcalfe raised herself on her sofa, and looked implor ingly from her sister-in-law to Alison's troubled face, on which the color came and went quickly. ''We will, not talk about Africa now, Grace," she said gently but firmly, "Rosamund and 1 prefer not to discuss it. Now, Rose, .darling," she added, smiling up -into, the girl's, wistful -cycs/'comc and sit; down" beside nic and have your tcji.' ;"I see you have been up tlie hill," and her .glance rested smilingly on the prcat bunch of heather.in Alison's hand. A grateful glancc shot- from ■ those troubled eyes towards Mrs. Metcalfe's gentle race, and Ali son stooped impulsively to kiss the invalid, saying, as she did SO— "I could not help going right up the hill to-day ; the heather is like a sheet of purple, and oh! I wish 1 could take you up there to see the view from the top. It is the most be...

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 — 17 October 1913

Sixteen Deaths in Two Weeks. —"When a, baby my little pirMiad diarrhoea, and as sixteen children had died from it in tliis locality in two' weeks I was greatly alarmed," says Mrs. Alice Williams, Cressy, Tas. "The doctor could do absolutely nothing for her, but as I am a Krcat believer in all Chamber lain's Remedies I gave her Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea • Remedy with marvell ous results, for she was soon quite well'agairi." Sold by J. G. Wilson, 'L'ocumwal, Millar and Grover, Finley, itnd all dealers in medicine.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LANCUNYAH PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

y>' LANCUNYAH PICNIC. The secretary of the Langun , yah picnic (Mr. . H. C. Johnson) has kindly supplied us with the results of the sports held in con nection with the picnic on Wed nesday, October I, as follows:— Bending race, G. Batchelder 1 ; J; Looney 2. Rescue Race, G. Batchelder 1 ; S'. Malene 2. - Orange race, L. Clark 1 ; H. Whitty 2. "Tilting the ring, H. C. Johnson 1; H. Whitty 2. : Sheaf throwing, R. Barthelson ij II; C. Johnson 2. High jump, J. Brown 1 ; A. J. M?.nscll 2. — Sheffield handicap H. Mat thews 1 ; P. Cronin 2. Wheeling' the . bartow, W. Smith and R. Barthelson divided. : Stepping a chain, R. Johnson 1 ; A Matthews 2. Kicking football (distance) G. Rochfort 1 ; —Bovd 2. Kicking football (for goal) P.. Cronin and M. M'Connaugh'.y divided. Ladies' nail drivng competi tion, Mrs E. . Jollev l ; Miss Head 2. Married ladies' stepping chain, Mrs. R. Sebastian I ; Mrs. J. Preston 2. Married ladies' steppng chain, Miss Williams I ; Miss Wester dalc 2. Guessing compe...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

CURE I rUtangep from influenza may be avoided by the I » m& &t&AamBerfaijit8 C6vg&Remedy; TAepam'i my.' iih&i^esti^isappeara:: ^Ae-fever subsides,**^ ®ik®^wAolG$0d^tibeeames}somforta6Ie, sad yois ■ $} | tese??Jje ^tMmitQPXGffects »$tithe disease: Jj r^t\vrr7sT^KVsrr^^'r\.-;i Egggz^nsca E33KS5S533 xg&R&c&xsatiyj?* sssjf^xye^ J. SERVICE & GO. MELBOURNE AGENTS,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

Big Bedstead Bargain, Complete ©utfit pr m If money talks', the price of this complete outfit jS shouts with multi-million magnifying mega phone power. Full size 4ft. 6in. Black and Brass or Black and Nickel Bed stead, lavishly decorated with heavy mounts, rails, rings, to settes, and spindles, complete with fine mesh wire mattress bolster, and two pillows. Price for the outfit, complete, £5/5/ cash, or terms arrang ed for town or country.- . Send For oMr°@afalog. printed.in 1QO D0„^0 colors. rages. printed in colors. the Biggest and Best Furnishing Guide ever published in these States. This Big 7000 Bargain Book 7000 is mailed anywhece free on request. Freight Paid on all Cash Orders. All Orders Packed F ree; GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Head Office: 11 Moore Street, Sydney. Local Agency: J. G. WILSON, Storekeeper. DEPOSITS BECEIVED from Is. to £500. ° INTEREST at 3$ per cent, on tlio first £900 and 3 per ccut. on gxccbs up to £3CO. MONEY REPAYABLE ON DEMAND. Tho Ban...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE GARDEN. INFLUENCE OF CROSSING ON YIELD OF TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

THE GARDEN. influence of crossing on yield of tomatoes. ■ In regard to tha «xperimenta with tomatoes at the New York ..Agricul tural Experimental station, Mr. Wei linffton has found that a crop of hy brid plants of the first generation give a larger yield than cither of the parental forms, or of the succeeding generations after the "break." The results suggest and seem to warrant the use of first generation seed only if the main object be the production of a heavy crop. Of coursc, it en tails all the extra care and trouble that artificial fertilisation means ; but Tomato fruits, as a rule, pro duce a Ircge number of 3ccds, which, so far, is some; compensation against the extra trouble. Tomato seeds re tain their vitality, it is said, for from three to seven years ; therefore it would only be absolutely neces sary for seed-growers to raise every third year a sufficient quantity to cover the needs of a three-year sale. It would appear to be a simple matter for raisers.-of tomato seeds...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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SOME MODERN MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

SOME MODERN MAXIMS. ■ | Every man desires to live long, but Do man would bo old. A widow's income can be very cor rectly gauged by the number of pro posals she refuses in a week. Always think twico before you Fpra'*, and th:n only spca'c to yojr FCl>\ Jicin* natural is simply a ro:e, end the most irritating pose ima^in cl'l.v Tt (a':es a women - to dcceive 'n "i cr Time. 'iK.v has nidtfil many a fool, but ,;l'o'. lmve fools m^de money. . Pcth rn-ponfli' and postmen are ju'lgcd by their dfeUvery. -From thf j •" Toller."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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REGISTRATION OF GRADE COWS. AN ASSOCIATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

REGISTRATION OF GRADE COWS. | AN ASSOCIATION WANTED. . There is an opportunity (remark* "Hoard's Dairyman") to estatoist ■registries for grade stock of tho dif ferent breeds where records are re quired before animals arc admitted to registration. For instance, a grad< cow five years or more that has pro duced 360tb. of fat would bp eligible to registration, ' but her progenj could not be'"registered until it bad made the requited amount of fat. II this sort of a registry were estab lished it would mean the eliminatios of all poor producing animals and would in time produce an exceptional dairy breed, for it would only be a matter of time when all inferior ani mals would be eliminated. An association for the above pur pose would be of immense benefit to the dairying industry, and would in 'no way be antagonistic to the good work the special breed associations are doing. The producing power o! a cow i*, after all, the real test ofbfcr value, and anj movement to increase her...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARM. WESTERN WOLTHS GRASS. (Extracted from the Journal of De partment of Agriculture.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

THE FARM. WESTERN WOLTHS GRASS. (Extracted from the Journal of Dej partment of Agriculture.) "A great wealth of forage, 15 tons to the acre, is at present being cut for stock-feed at the Ruakura Farm of Instruction. It is the Western Wolths grass, a variety of rye-grass said to have originated from a plant plucked by the wayside by a Dutch peasant. At Ruakura it has undoubt edly given the heaviest yield of all rye-grasses, making a rapid dense growth and providing excellent spring feed, admirably adapted for cutting and carting Qut to stock. Sown on the 14th of May, it was ready for feeding about the beginning of Octo ber. It is generally considered that a legume and non-legume combination such as peas and oats, is the most desirable green crop, but this will give but a very poor second cut. Western Wolths, on the other hand, provides several excellent subsequent cuttings. Undoubtedly a grass which in a very, wet season will give an abundance of feed at a critical time for dairy sto...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERRIGAN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

BERRiCAN SHOW. j The annual exhibition of the Berrigan A. and P. Association was held on Thursday of last week (as briefly mentioned in the last issue of the "Guardian"), and was very successful—more so, in fact, than in any previous year. The attendance was very large, visitors being present in large numbers from all the surround ing districts, including a goodly number from Toctimwal and Fin 1. v. Jcriklerie, Cobram, Barooga, Mulwnla and other centres around sent more than the usual number of visitors, over- £$3 be ing tr.ken at the gates, in ad d;ti.»n to those admitted on mem b;T>' V:ckMs and attendants' ; prsscs. 'Ml the officials worked vivll, '.ho President (Mr. M Cip.cIv) and secretary (Mr. T. E. Crowtlier) striving their hard est to- make the show enjoyable, and to have all arrangements completed. That they succeed ed was only too evident by the expression of satisfaction heard on every side. The exhibits were larger than in any previous year, the horse sections in par t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEATHER SIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 17 October 1913

WEATHER SIGNB. When you see a man running alter a 'bus, expect ball. II he boards it, it will aoon-te [air. But It he clipa and falls lata a raod-bsap, tlsts^U- be a cfaweo ere !«&?•. .

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 — 24 October 1913

(Under New Management.) GEORGE-DAL.TOW 3RGS to advise bib Meads and the Travelling|Public that he has taken possession of the above well known Hotel, which has always enjoyed ,*e reputation of being the Commercial House in Finley, also one j( the best conducted in the district, and he trusts by strict attention to business to merit the continued patronage [which has always been iccorded the .All Wines, Ales, Spirits and Cigars are the finest procurable. Roomy Stables. Attentive Grooui Coaches for Jerilderie, Tocumwal, id Denlliquln call each 'lay. GEORCE DAI„TON, Propr etor. THE T0CUJM_AL 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 Fiuley, Berrigan, liarooga, Corowa & Jerilderie TOCUMWAL. Only First Class Brands of Wiues^and Spirits stocked. . leanliness, Civility and Attention guaranteed. ; . HARRY H. CASIiY, Proprietor. Itmiiw ..X.otcl. ——TOCMMWAL....

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