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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1913. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1913. CHURCH OF ENGLAND St. Alban's-Church, Tocumwai . s follows Children's address 11 a.m. Distribution of Prizes D.m. • Address.to parents 7.30 p.m. Mr. C. T. Rodda (Catechist).

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 — 7 November 1913

Aecilon Doles. Special r SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, '13. To start at 12.30 p.m. sharp. Win. SKELLY and CO. (By their Auctioneer, W- J. QUIRK; will sell as above— CATTLE AND SHEEP. Already advised— 2,000 SHEEP. 2,000 »'"•» -ISO Ewes, with ioo per cent. lambs, fat. 300 Merino Wethers, rising s tooth. 700 X-bred, mixed ewes . and wethers, rising 4-tooth. - 150 C A T T L E . 150 including— 20 Fat Cows. 25 Fat Bullocks. 30 Mixed Cattle, forward con. 40 Mixed young Cattle, good sorts. 20 Poddies, all good colors. Early Kntries Invited. Good attendance of buyers assured WILLIAM 8KELLY & CO. Auctioneers, Tocumwal and Finlev. JAS 0'C0NTNELL, Local Rep esentative. SPECIAL Horse Sale. COBRA M. Tues., Nov. 18. starting at 9.30-a.m. sharp. 150 HORSES 150 ^ BIG YARDlNtr^-WANTEn., ■ Good attendance of Melbourne and Export Buyers assured. EARLY ENTRIES INVITED. HENRY TUCK, and ADAM80N 8TRETTUE &~C0., Auctioneers in conjunction. Auction 8ales. Great Special AT COBRAM. Mon., Dec. 1,13. (Co...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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"THE MAN WHO SHOOTS FOR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

"THE.MAN WHO SHOOTS FOR PICTURES. He 1ms been burned, stoned, arrested, skinned, and "sacked," and all in the execution of his duty. That is a summary of the clay's work of "Jack" Turner, the Australian press photographer, described in the November issue of "Life" just to hand. It is a wonderfully interesting article, written by a newspaper editor, and brimming over with stories of adventure on sea and land. It makes even more real the great r.tory bv Jack' I^ondon, called "The Valley of the Moon," which is printed beside it. "l.ile" has .seemed i:i tins Jack London's best to date, and il may be doubted if lie will ever do anything to beat it. This talc is one of very great" interest to Australian readers, as it deals with phases of life and labor that arc common to both this country and to- America. Jack London's career has been one of extra ordinary intensity. He has packed an enormous amount of experience into it, and in this serial he gives a story that bears the stamp, not only...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

Public Notices. Millinery and Dress making. M. &£ Mo 1CE0GM9 Announce that they have commenced as above in premises in Dcnilquin-street, Tocumwal. . . . The Latest Fashions antl Styles may be chosen from. An inspootion and Trial is respectful invited. Gordon Hnderson. Carrier, Forwarding; Agent and Livery. Stable Tioprietor. , CO BRAM, VIC Has purchased a new 25 h.p. Max well MOTOR CAR To sent IIvo wjtli hood nucl nlKtlio lulwtnjiiiJhuicos rutd is jiroiiarc'tl to biro fciuno on rcusouublo turinu Gsr will arrivein Tocumwal in lialf au-hour by ringing 'Pbpue No. 9 Victoria Hall, Cobrara. Farmers.Note. VACUUM Oil No. 1 Grade 3/9 gallon. J. T. CLOSE, Steam Implement Works, Fluley. Bores and Wind* Mills. . TUTESSRS JONES BROS., of Fiuley, beg to advise farmers and settlers that they have procured a first'-elass Boring Plant and are prepared to sink Bores and erect Mills in any part of the District. Satisfaction Guaranteed, PERCY JONES. • ALFRED JONES, j. MrFftisHN, SOLE REPRESENT...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CYCLING AND MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

CYCLING AND MOTORING. Captain Kelscy and party, who some weeks back left Cape Town, South Africa, on a pioneer motor trip across the continent lo Cairo, have reached Tolianue' - burg on their Dunlop shod "Argyll." The first 1000 miles of the trip occupied 20 days. The first of the- special prizes awarded by the Dunlop Rubber Company in connection with their ioo miles bicycle Relay Despatch Competition has been won by a team of ten riders, representing the Coburg Cycling Club, Mel bourne. This club established fastest time—4hrs. 28mjn. 13 3-5 sees., up to the end of October, and cany off the snecial prize of £10 for the leading team in the contest. A similar prize will be awarded at the end of January. The three fastest teams at the end of April next will rcccivc prizes of iioo, £50 and £20. The well-known English sports man, K. Lee Guinness, put up a unique performance in the recent Coupe tie l'Auto, a leading Trench automobile race tor small power ed cars, held over a 387 miles cou...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

No Longer Troubled.—"I had sick headache causcd by liver dis order and irregularity of the bowels," writes Mrs. Jane Royes, Ravenswood, O. "A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets quickly relieved me and after taking them regularly for a short time my liver was in perfect order and I was no longer troubled with sick headache. Now if I feel out of sorts I take a dose or two of Chamberlain's Tablets and am soon myself again." Sold b" J G. Wilson, Tocumwal. Millar and Grover, Finley, and all dealers in medicines. hi har' biasd and (b.iOi'al Braak-up of [k1 Sj3t3."!l. Ao a Last re^ourca Ordoroi Away far a Change. Those pemns who suffer from Ansniia or p-jor blood, Constipation, Ind'gcslion, S'ckuesi after Eiiing, Irregular Heart Action, Nervous ness. Sick or Neuralgia Headachy Nervous Breakdown, caused by ovcrstudy or business worries, Kidney irregularities, should uie CLEMENTS TONIC, bccause it acts at once upon inactive functions, and g'v;s them new nerve fores. It rapidiy pun ihc human ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

it ft J lit ITS! (Under New Management.) GEORGE DAL TOP! 3BGS to advise bis Menas and the TravellingJPublic that he has taken possession of the above well known Hotel, which has always enjoyed reputation of being the Commercial House in Finley, also one jf the best conducted in the district, and he trusts by strict attention to business to merit the continued patronage)!which has always been i~corded the All Wines, Ales, Spirits and Cigars are the finest procurable. Roomy Stables. Attentive Groom Coaches for Jerilderie, Tocumwal, id Deniliquin call each day. GEOP.GK DAI/TON, Proprietor. THE JOGUMWAL 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, Bcrrigan, Barooga, Corowa & Jerilderie Only First Class Brands of Wlnes™and Spirits stocked, leanliness, Civility and Attention guaranteed. HARRY H. CASEY, Proprietor. Opposite Railway Station. 'PfclB L...

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HUNTING LIONS WITH HOUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

HUNTING LIONS WITH HOUNDS ? ^ , Paul J. Rainoy, writing about ; •"The Royal Sport of Hounding i Lions," in the "Outing Magazine " eays. 1'Having always been a lover of bounds, and preferring-that, sport to any other, I had conceived the idea come time before that if my hound9 could run a bear down and worry him until I came up and killed him they could do tho same with lions. For this I selected fifteen of my test bearhounds-; they are nothing more than common Southern fox hounds; broken to run bear and not t>other anything else. I realise^ that the most important thing was to ,havo hounds that would not run ;dear, and, as all of our bear-hunting in Mississippi is done in a country that is full of deer, I concluded the bearhounds were just the thing. "When I arrived in Narobi with my : hounds there was great speculation as to what would happen when I put them on 'a lion. Some said the lions • would kill every hound I had ; others . said -the hounds would run lions all right; but ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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STRICHNINE AS AN ANTIDOTE TO SNAKE POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

STRICHNINE AS AN ANTIDOTE TO SNAKE POISON. The destruction of life in India by poisonous snake-bites' is numbered well up. into the thousands every - year. This is due. partly, to the Vast number of venomous . snakes in , the country, and also to the lack of protection,. for the clothes of the na tives furnish. insufficient protection. "..Various'efforts have been made by the local and English .governments to exterminate the.'pests?' but the • bounties offered for' thfc heads of poi sonous snakes fall to reduce them to • any appreciable extent. The death rate continues great, Qnd when a na tive is: once bitten none of his friends attempt to help him, as they have no faith in any- modern met hods of counteracting the poison. In recent years, however, mcdical - attention has been directed to tho subject, and considerable study and j experiment have been made to as • certain the value of certain reme dies for snake-bite. One of the most promising discoveries in this line * ' "is * simp...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE NEW STAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

THE NEW STAMPS. The l^astmaster-General ex pects to have ready in a few days i ,000,000 of the new penny stamps to take the place of l!io kangaroo design. He lias decid ed also on the preparation of dc-. signs for other denominations. The half-penny is to be identical with the original West Australian design with the black swan in the centre. The penny stamp is to be print ed in two shades of red, while the two penny issue will be almost similar to the penny stamp, but will bs printed in blue. For the 6d. issue the kangaroo will be main fe.'it urc, with the tails of. die lyre-birds at each side. There 'will be a boomerang below the kangaroo and underneath that again a platypus. This is copied from the second prize design, which was' submitted in the recent competition. The • kookaburra will be in tell centre of the new i/- stamp. The design is from a drawing by Mr. Balmire Young, who prepared a number of specimens . for the previous Minister. The Warrah Shire has fined a contractor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

LIVER AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. . A Sydney Woman's Trials. Al ways Tired and Deprcssedi yet unable to Sleep. "I suffered from Liver and Kidney troubles for over two years* and severe pains under the shoulder which would not let-me get any rest at night, and in the -v daytime I - 'J . . would be . . over c:o m e with drowsi •'4; ness," writes Mrs. ■ Ada ■ ":k '***§' Lord, 4 5 *: X' / ' George St., •\ Erskinevillc, vX. Sydney. "I and had no appetite ; indeed I could never enjoy a meal. The doctor first treated me for indi gestion,. and I mitrht as well have taken water for all the good his medicine did me. I was recom mended to try Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, by my nephew, who had been taking them with won derful results for liver complaint which had affected his eyesight ; and I can-truly say the,first dose gave me great relief. I was en couraged to continue and now I may say that I am completely well, and would not be without them. You may use this, as I recommend Dr. Morse's Indian R...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

DRAMATIC CLUB. A general meeting of the To cumv/al- Dramatic Club was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening last, when the following members were present: —Misses K. Armstrong, F. Boyle, L. Bishop, E. Bj'rne and Messrs. F. Hoyle (chair), R. J. Barton. D. Patterson, N. I-Iardinp. G. Chubb, C. Shears and the lion, secretary, W. J. Tonkin. It was jinanimouslv decidcd to stage the drama, "Milky White," before a local audience on Wed nesday, December io, 191.1, the, proceeds to be devoted to the lor;:l Agricultural Society. A deal of discussion ensued as to the pricc of admission, and 't was eventually decided that the charge be,3/- and 2/- with 0. late door for if. The secretary was instructed to engage the hall for the night mentioned, and also to procure tiic: necessary tickets.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

' ;.'(LA.TE OF CULCAIRN.) "OKGS to notify tlie residents of the town and district that be lias • purchased the business hitherto carried on by Mr. G. Haydou as Hairdresser and Tobacconist, In Deniliquiu-street, Tocumwal, and trusts' to merit a share of public ' patronage. The Stock will be Improved and considerably added to. Pipes, Tobapco, ©igars, Cigarettes, Fancy Goods, iind bu^idriesli'of the Best Quality. First-class Billiard Saloon, well lighted. The Hairdressing Saloon will be under capable management. Local Agent for the Finley 'Mail." S. \V. DUKE, Tocumwal. HT G. WILSON'S Who is NoiVjOpeuiiig a Great Display of the Latest Spring and ' Summer Fashions„ At extra Low Values in Dainty Dress Goods, consisting of Piquo Cords, Rich Foulards, Crepe, Poplins, Silks, Washing De laines, Light and Dark Cambrick Prints. Call and Inspect . A largo New Stook of Cents' Lad ie's and Children's Boots and Sh oes.. Paints, Oils, Galvanised Iron, Wire Netting, Fencing Wire, Timber etc., at GREA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

Tho Labor candidate at Lis morc says he hopes that in 100 3'cars hence workmen will have four hours a day. Mr. Hall, the arganiser up that way, remarked that the march of Labor would ever go on, and even when they got the four hours day they would not be satisfied, ADVERTISE tn tho 'GUARDIANS

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CHAPTER XV —"I Wish Rose Would Come Home."— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

CHAPTER XV —"I Wish Rose Would Come Home."— "Reginald—my son!" Mr. Met calfe stood in the library of his house, ■gazing at the tall traveller with eyes so dim that they could barely see the bronzed face, the strong alert form. His hands rested on his son's shoulders, his voice quivered with emotion, a great gladness illuminated his face. "Our boy come back to us from the dead," he said tremu lously, after that eloquent pause. "I don't think I can quite believe it!" 'Tm fairly substantial, Dad," Reginald's voice shook almost as much as his father's _ had done, "I've had a roughish time,—but I have come through to safety. Thank God!" "Thank God," the elder man echoed reverently, his grey hcaJ bent. "When Jobson told me a gentleman wished to speak to me, I had no idea who I should find waiting for me. Your mother and your dear wife " "My dear wife;"—each word • came from Reginald's lips with singular emphasis ; his father did not allow him ■ to complete the sentence, his hands prcsr.cl...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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This thrilling and Interesting Serial was commenced In the issue of September 5, 1913. Back copies may be obtained on application to this office. The Sin of ALISON BERING. CHAPTER XIV —"You are not My Wife."— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

This thrilling and Interesting Serial was commenced In the issue of September 5, 1913. Back copies may be obtained on application to this office. The Sin of ALISON BERING. (By llic author of "Diana"' ; "A Tangled Web," etc., etc.) CHAPTER XIV —"You ;u-o not My Wife."— "If you have suflicicntly re covered, from the shock you sus tained, perhaps you will be Rood enough, to explain yourself?" With icy coldness the stranger by the signpost spoke these words, I his eyes fixed sternly on the shrinking, trembling woman who had now risen to her feet, and stood before, him with burning face, and downcast eves.. "You can drive on to the lodge," lie said curtly turning to the driver, who watched the little sccne with round, inquisitive eyes, "wait for me ■ there." A little silence followed the slow de parture of the cab, then the man's voice spoke again. "As I said before—cither you or ] must be mad, I am Reginald Metcalfe—but you,arc not Rosa mund, you are not my wife. Why are you here? And w...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE MEAN MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

THE MEAN MAN. ''Talking about meanness','' 'said nn old son of the soil, who nursed o pint of ale in ' a chair by tbo' fire, "you should ha' known old Huby what used to beep a farm out Gos well way. "Twenty years ago it is, on New Year's Day, that hiss son went oui with a tin bucket to milk a cow Somehow or other, both the lad and the bucket disappeared' mysteriously "No more was beard .of .him.till he •wandered back homo ten years. later, as rich as a millionaire, and loaded tbo old man up with gold nnd dia mond pins, and new clothes, and gave him £500 as a birthday present, "And d'ye think old Ruby was grateful ? Ne'er a bit 1 "M George/ says he, * wot 'ave yeJ done with the bucket ?' "And George left him again, won dering whether his dad was the mean est man in the world, or whetbei that distinction was still held bj the fellow who used a wart on thi back of bis neck for a collar-stud." A book of tooxiffls resembles a so cond-hand clothing shop. Th< author makes use of...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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TWO SOLDIER HEROINES. SISTERS WHO FOUGHT BRAVELY AT JEMAPPES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

TWO SOLDIER HEROINES. 8ISTEB8 WHO FOUGHT BRAVELY AT JEMAPPES. Recently,, at the Belgian town of Jemappcs, nedrMona, the unveiling of a memorial to.'thfe "French; soldiers who fell there on . November 6,,1792, brought to.mind ihe'heroism"b* two young Fr<n:ti\v'omcn \vho "made his tory in the early- days of the French Revolution. This victory of the French General Dumouriez over the Austrians,. then, marching, on. Franco through the Netherlands, is remark able as tho first .success of the young Republic' against 'ihe European coali tion formed aftftr the fall of the Bostile. It has "a place of its own in the records of feminine valour as the high-vater mark in. the career of Theophile and Felicitc '^de Fernig, daughters of a. retired .French. offl-. cer settled in Montagne, on the Bel gian frontier. The two girls were taught to handle arms in childhood, and as woman hood approached they secretly took j part, disguised 'in uniform, in''little expeditions organised locally- t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE NEW IMPERIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

1 THE NEW IMPERIALISM? Sir George Rcid's cloqucncc has made clear and impressed upon us the now meaning; which the word "Imperialism" has come to hear. The Idea wh'-ch lln word formerly esprej 3ed, and which its derivation rsnr; •rests, in one which the colonial mind held in distrust. Imperial federation, according to the old readhr.-, implied a rc-a'sorption of tha colonics In one zcntrnUy-roverned Empire. To reach this end an Inv.vcrial Par liament v."s rirp^cstcd, dieted on a r.'prcs'ntntivc Irakis. In tin rat!:r2 of tl.'n s individual colonial ro'.itrol wow'.d partly have vanishc:!, while the in'ii:nv i-scraissil by the cokn'cn on nat'oi'-.l ro'iny, would hive bo*n lit tle r.ion thai a name. Accordingly, th; v: -»rd "Imrjrialbm" pained for it:<r.'f mi 5 n-.opnlr.rity in tin colonic.: wh; h h'».-: only lately been r;clir:?)d. The 1'^ v Irnnovin'.i-'m referred to by A'.::;Lr\U i'r. Ul:h Oommiiid.inor, is the manifestation of an hon estly rrc'procal relationship between ...

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INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTES. THE WORLD'S PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

INTERSTATE NEWS & MOTES. THE WORLD'S PROBLEM. Ono of the greatest problems which I confront modern civilisation is tbo j amazing growth of the revenue neces sary to successfully conduct the busi ness of a country. The Common wealth income has now readied over twenty-one millions, and is insuffi cient at that ; while the various State Governments have .a constant crying need for more and more money. The humane and grandmotherly in terest which the Government exer cises for the good of the community, is much to be applauded j but in our approval we are apt to lose sight of the fact that it is the public which must pay the piper. A quarter of a century ago .old-age pensions ' and maternity allowances wero unknown ; the higher education' of our neighbour's children never en tered our calculations ; while the cost of inspectors to sec that the milk was not watered, or factory inspectors to insist on proper working conditions for the employes, cost the taxpayers little or nothing....

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