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DEAF HEAR BY VIBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

TJKAF HEAR BY VIBRATION. | M, Digourdnn told the French Acad ?my of Sciencos at its recent mooting: of a man who had been for fifty years =o deaf that ho could not hear the u-hLstlo of a locomotive elo»e besido him, yet who heard distinctly tho sound of the heavy puns 75 mile« away. It reached him in the form of n vibration of the earth, and was syn* chronoue with the noise an heard by normal caro. This led M. Bijtourdon to BUggOBt that Round may reach great dJatancee through tho *&rth rather than through the air. ' . -.I..,-.. ^3

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

PAVILION THEATRE . Saturday Night Frapk l£eenan —In—" ' Ono of Kebuiiu'i Boat I Don't Miss It! .BBlIil .PSIOES

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Poison Laid KjOTlCK in lim;hy j?ivcii tlial Poison Iiiik laid mi inv properly, known n;i 44(Jis»\v's Pad (look," noar Tocuniwul. W. K. A. UDWU'K. NOTI^K ANY Poison found Shooting, ** Pishing, or Trespassing with Stock on "Bcrgngummn" will be prosecuted without further warn ing, \V. E. A. EDVVICIC. Private Hospital. NURSK r.IJO, (CVrl ). hogs to notify thu I*uhiio thai filio Ims opon* oil a PilvnHospital in Toetiimval, rogifilorod l»y Iho Contra! 'Hotiril of Hciillh, Sydney S u rg ion 1 nud Mi .1 \v i f ory Cn ft or . Murray Hrcot. 'Phono 10 Geo. Moore, CENTRAL CARRIER, TOCUM W/U. NO'IIMfiS foi:utn\val arid Dis trict Resitleiils tlint lie is pre pared lo undertake nil Classes of Carrying. Wood,. Sand, liravel and Loam Carted to nnv Address. •I'li.mi!—(!7 ToetiMwaL. Producc Merchant, Forwarding and Transhipping Agent. Trucks riucureil for l''iit Kloek I'm- t in: MoiDotwn*-- Market. AGENTS L'Olt— fuuiiglniKlmiul, How anil Cu. Hicliiml Hoi'imby & Sons' Petrol mill Oil Knginc.s, ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Personal. Mi Kit to, local stationin.is e', lias returned :iftttr a' month's holiday, and has resumed duties. Piivute A.. Cr. Brown, who before tile war was employed at the kcal railway station, paid Tocumwal a visit on Monday, aud was watinly welcomed by'numerous friends. We^hear thut'Prlvate Henderson, sou cf Mr and Mrs E. G. Hendor son, has also leturuedi. from the fi out, and looks none the worse for his exploits with the famous A.I. F. Theiewasa large'Jgathering o[ St. Alban's parishioners and othor townsmen at the Pavilion last Fri day evening, when a public wel come, w.is-j/givenli'Rev. i.and '< Mrs Linton, and farewell taken of Canon Verso who?relinquishes|tlie|pastoral oversight of Tocumwal after up wards ofllS years'scrvice. Includ ed in the assemblage were Rev. Chas-.H.^Huin (Presbyterian) aud Ilev. Father O'Reilly (B.C j Mr W. R. Johnson acted as chairman, aud a very pleasant evening was spent with a guessing competition, and a musical programme contrib uted b...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

— I ln a Home, as the Little in Everything Else, Things that Count' ami wine Women know Clint. RUUTLEDGE'S ' " d ; .. have sTsrythica i-^S will boat replenish the linen chest and freshen up lnu hoine. Came in and let your imagination loose iimotjg these goods, and see what visions of dainty farnisliings are made possible and piactical by buying here. Suoh homely things as Sheetings will be found at Routlodges in every ■width, weight and price, but all of thorn Hploudid valne and de pendable quality. The hundred and one Linen needs in the homo can be filled easily and economically from the range of' weaves and prices on our shelves. The crispest, daintiest cnrtains imaginable can be found among the assortment of Curtain Laces and Cretouues iu this Department. Then, of courBO, theio are Ldngclotbs, Madapolams, Taran tulles, with which to make tho prettiest uudezgarmonts for your own and your family's personal use. Bnt ''what the eye does not see" the mind cannot adequately picture. Th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. THE OLDEST MUSWUM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. $ TIIR OLDEST MUSITOM. Thi'i miiBoum may ho found ia too city of Nam, the former capital of •'npnn. Since tto foundation, in 7M, it. wont through all the chanRW o! the Jiipnr.ow! Kmpiro, without odo addition to it« ooUoction. It ovchh Itn doon* hut. once n. year, oa a «lay in oprins:, when a npeMal com mitter injaport tl>o collection, and a now lint, if muilo on'; ri'hn museum contain* about U*,l)00 iirtlclou, which ar?. 7 .ild to,*' )ul.h• m'v.jt .beautiful 'npccjt&'nn ci vorV:' \vhleh' have ever boen produced by human hnndfl ; wuch <ir lnciurr ware, decora tive furniture, enamel waro, cambric like fn'rie, Ac. 'i he origin of the majority of the nrticlcH to uncertain^ but mijip ennve from China and other# frnm Corea ; bu'. the most of thorn appear to bo of a moro exotic origin. All, however, caino of ft timo prior to the year 75G.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL o THE best brands of Wlues, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. 8ample Room. Unlimited Sibling. Cab meets all trains. FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor TERMINUS HOTEL "e•!''^:'V;■'■■TOCOTWAL, F. W. Beasiey HAVING takon over tlio abovo well known lloEol desires to notify that .it will bo carried on in the most UP-TO-DATE Manner. Every accommodation for visitors and the Travelling' Public. Hot and Cold Jliths. Full sized Milliard Table. Commercial liooms. Sample Iiooius, etc. Letters and Tolotframs promptly 'Attended to. Good Stabling and an *Attontivo Groom always in Attendance EXCELLENT CUISINE. " Only the UE3L* ButiU of Wiuoi, AIj3. ant Spirits kopt in Stock. Terminus Hotel HIGH STREET, SHEPPARTON THIS new and commodious Hostelry luis boon taken over by Miss Maloney (lato of tlio Royal Hotel). , This is sufficient guarantee that the Ilotol will be oonduotod on up-to-date methods, . with ovory comfort and eonvonieneo. Hot and Cold Baths Installed MEALS FOR EHRLY TRHINS Meals ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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ANTIDOTE FOR SNAKE YENOM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

A\'TII>r>Tli! FOR SNAKE VENOM. India's annual loss of over 20,000 lives from snake bite has forr.od the p:oduction of an nntidote serum. Tho rare) Laboratory. Uombay, keeps a •••r.pply of col,rat; front which venom ia extracted every ten days. Tin- snakes -re forciably fed with ckp A'P through tube. Tin; venom is dried over lime ;\r.d then dissolved in a salt solution. dosi*-* are iiijcetod Into a 'j'.rrp i*.ntil at the end of two years ■"'tirtfa.riffi;;!-'a (Voso'jtiFt 120(i Mmrs the original one and i.-s.quite !'»imune iVo ti the cobra poison. Tin* . -mm jjv>;w tbf? Mow! of this partic :'ar hors." vx an antidote and is ab ;->l-ito!ycHectlve if Injected in time. Alany Jr.es ha\ t* hee.t s-tved hy it-' us?. However, nich I ite requires ar antidote msuifi frnr.i the venom of 1 he i'amn Port of snake ihat inflicted the ' itc. Tho Parol Laboratory is work ing to develop a greater variety ol r.nlldotes. 'Dr. Henry Campbell asta in the 'Lancet," whether it would not be as wel...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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PLANT PUSHFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

PLANT PUSHFULNKBg. Ono of tho most renmrkablo exhibi tion* of plant force that 1 tanvo over witnpHse.'l (writes a traveller) wan in a Western city, where I -oboorved a species of wild sunllower forcing Its '•>ay ifp through the asphalt pave ment ; the folded and compressed leaven of tho plant, like a man's QaL, hud puahrnl ngninfft tho hard but Hex i In concrete till it find bulged up and then .*;• lit, and let the irrepreesihk I'lav.t. through. The force cxertod muflfc lmve boon many pounde, ( think it doubtful If tin* Btr>>»Ke*t man could have pimhed his I'mr. through Bitch a restating itiod irnu If it waa not life which exerted (bid force what wa<fl it ? Mf# is a kind of cxploHiun, and the slow continued ex plosions of tiiifl growing plant rent the pavoniont ns surely r:u powder would have done. It is doubtful if a cultir:ited plant could have overcome n'ich o ids. It required the force of the untamed hairy plant of the pluinrt to accomplish this f<...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

STAY IN BED. . " . Tlio groutusfc ilungur from iniluonza io its groat tondoiioy io ros'ult in puoumouia. TJjo tluiigur can bo avoitlml if Chnmbur foiu'ii Qoyglj Jfomody is used and tlio I IKiliuut stay* iu boil until tlio fovor aub tiiiloi. Wo liavo uovoi' knoton an attaolc of influoiu.t to result in pnoumonia whun Chamberlain's Coujjh liomoily hna buou taKon. Sold ovorywhoro. • • For Bronchial Coughs take WoQ.tls1 Great Peppermint'Guro, l/D and'2/0.' ■ ».

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Social Next Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Social Next Wednesday. Tho committee 1ms decided to hold "another social next Wednosday even ing evening in tho Pavilion whou Pte. S: Wobb will bo ontortaiued. It is thought this will bo tho lust function of the kind, and to murk tho oc casion moru clnboi'ato nmingomonts are to bo made, including suppor, $nd dunging till 2 a.m. Tho prico ot' m|ti)issioi)-will bo 2/singlo. •

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

kklievLs tiiem all. You have liuvor had any acho or paia of ,Uty iftyuryday kind, whioh could iiot-Jiuvo boon by Chambwluin'a Bun Balm. ' Voi'rwiH" iwyor havu an acho or pain of tiiib kind if you will kuyy Chamber torluiu's Pail Hulm liundy, and ust/ if 'at tUolirat symptom of any ono of thorn. Bold Everyvherel "

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Local and Genera! ] W, J. Quirk niul Co will conduct a Rtilo on behalf of Mrs Ross, at Tut - t02-H«ll'B liolol, to-mOITOW llftOl'llOOll, commencing at 2 30 o'clock. A. lot of good surplus furnishings will bu offored, and also two pianos. Two good billiard tables, with accessor ies, are also included in the 'sale. The wool traffic at Tocumwal [ railway station fortlio season oudiug Nov. 15th lias been heavy, 22,988 bales having been forwarded, against 21,821 bales laat year Of the bor der stations I clluca takes priilo of place with 50,359 bales despatched to Melbourne this year, and Albury third with, 19,487 .bales, Cobram has despatched 918 bales. Returned soldiers aro reminded that tho shire executive's organiser, Mr GatliflyAvilll! visit Tocumwal ovory Tuesday, and arrangements liavo been made with Mr Routlodge for interviews to bo made at his office. Diggers requiring assistants should avail themsolvos of Mr Gat lift's services. ■ Rov. Hugh Linton decided, upon leaving Wilcanuia...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Soldier Welcomed. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Soldier Welcomed. l'ho Wolcomo Homo Committed hold another of its very enjoyable socials at tlio Pavilion on Wednes day night, the guest of the oveuiug. being Private Uric Herberts. There was a largo attendance, and a most pleasant evening was spoilt with tlanoiug ' Mr Hector L Dwyer wus entrust ed with tho duty of making -the woleoming speech. Ho referred to tho noblo actious of tlio rotured lad, and expressed the people's thanks for what lie had achieved, and con veyed tlieir best wishes for his fut uro happiness. Private Herberte was presented with the district's gold modal, tlio company singing "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow." The recipiout made a modest reply, anil thanked one and all for their kiwfly wolcomo. He and his rela tions were afterwards entertained at Mi'is Huggard's jtea rooms The arrangenionts for tho even ing wero capably discharged by Mr W. J. Hoj>a», lion, secretary, Good music was supplied by Mrs McComi auglity (piano), and Mr- McVittio (cornet), a 11 cj Mr M...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Local arid General [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Local arid Genera! At ;i meeting of Lin; Curowa District Teachers' Association the bursary sysUm was the subject of much discussion. Several defects were pointed out by -'the speakers, and it was decided to appoint a sub commiye'e*^tOTormal'ate a motion on the'matter, to be- submitted to Mr. 6 reeu tjie^ country "representa tive,' null ¥oqjies'f/}l^ui \o br(ng it be fore (fid-f^deraYirfiVi-i.i » Iu resfmndiuj*;\o tife,to.ist of "ibe Cbairmin" r^aTfonctinn in Numur kah recently. Mr J S. Christie (President of the Agricultural Soci ety) said that "it should be remem bered that he was the same man who had occupicd the chair for some years in the old f Agricultural Society, and he couid not make a success of that. Previously a few of the members worked; this year all had worked, and to tint fact the success of the show was due. It was nota one man job to run a society and 110 man living could make a success of it unless he had the good will and support of the commun ity." ' llow well th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Send Your Prescription __ . _ J to mo, and 1 will dis i peiise and forward it to | you by return train. Tho Mail Order sec tion of my business re ceives speoialuttsntion, and any medicine you write for will be sent to you witliout delay. None but tho best Drugs and Cliriilieals \ are used and every caro . 1 is taken in compounding. .Prices always reason able. 1 also carry a largo stock of Patent and Proprietary Medicines,. . Special Foods, Bandages, Lint, Face Creams and Toilet Specialties. F. A G UENTHER - CUB.MIST & LMtCU'ilST, Telephone 10, Numurkah, VIC. Tocumwal Paddys Market stalls V- each PElt WEEK. You can tiol! anything in Tocumwal tho future Federal Central Coinmer cial City of tho Commonwealth. Tocumwal Commonwealtli, Christmas Federal -EXHIBITION! YE OLD. ENGLISH KAIR. Grand Cur nival Wook at ChristinuB. Gruncl Gala aud Exhibition, from middle of Dowmlwr until middlo'of January. (Exhibits rcceiyotf first week in Deeonilior. Tocumwal STADIU MI ♦ ItaiJy instruction...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Valueless Cheques. LOCAL [?]ESIDENT SENT TO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Valueless Cheques. LOCAL ESI DENT SUNT TO GAOL. Al the Melb..utue,lCiiy Court 011 FiiiUty list Andrew M. Allen, a blacksmith's assistant, of Tocum wal, charged with imposition iu respect of a number of valueless 'thfeques. Edward' Pallin, manager of the .Queen'!} Hotel, Kyneton, stated that on 30th October accused, whom he had met at the races the previous day, asked him to cash a cheque for £b, drawu in the name of E. James, 011 the London Bank, Warrngul. He did so, and on llie same evening he a'so cashed a cheque for ^10 drawn by accused in his own name on the National Bank, Tocumwal. Both cheques were subsequently returned marked "no account." Charles Henry Smith, jeweller, of 167 Swanston slreet, said he cashed a cheque for £12, drawn by accused 011 the Natloual Bank, Tocumwal, which was returned, marked rtno accoiiut;" and Kd ivard George O'Hanlon, land sales man, gave similar evidence in re gard to a cheque for j£10 which he negotiated for accused. Mr H. L Dwyer, manager of th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL, and Finley Free Press. (Established 1697.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 31. 1919 Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

T ocum wal Guardian R1VERINA STOCK JOURNAL. and Flnloy Fre# Press. (Established 1697.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 31. 1919 Local and General A meeting of all interested in the Avenue of Honor 'willj be held in the Mechanics' Institute on Monday next, when important business will be dealt with. A good attendance is desired. At the Pavilion-on Tuesday next, November 25ih, the Fisk-Jubilee Singers wi 1 afford lovers of music a real treat. Their repertoire In cludes <:hoi uses, glees, quartettes, plantation melodies, coon songs, and ragtime ditties. The' "Regis ter" critic wiitos of theirjsuccess at the Queen's I-Iall Adelaide:—"Many years have elapsed since the Fisk Jubilee Singers visited Adelaide, and their return was hailed with ei thusiasm by a packed house at the Queen's Hall. Athough some of the original members of the Com pany do not perform, excellent sub stitutes have been found, and the programme had all the old time flavour and swing. A speciality was made of coon songs. "T...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

JOHN BRI6E BEHR© SOLICITOR, &c. tocumwaL Branch Office at Cobram, Victoria. Barrister and Solicitor of the Su preme Courts of Victoria and New South Wales. Commissioner for Affidavits for N.S.W. and Victoria. Will attend all eourt9 as required W. REGINALD JOHNSON, . . . SOLICITOR . . . MURRAY STREET, TOSUMWHL. QUIRK'S HOTEL, FINLEY. Every Tuesday. Commissioner for affidavits. Trnst moneyH to lond in sums of /100 or more. J. Crisfield, Veterinary Surgeon, M.V.S.V. Registered Practitioner, Victoria, WILL . -JVISIT TO^UMWAL, ,r EVERY FRIDAY on and after January 31, ond may be con sulted at Staples' Tocuimval Hotel. E. A. MacTaggart Licentiate of Oontal Surgery, ) University Batcholor of Dimtnl Surgory, ) of Sydney lfc.D.S., N.S.W.. and Victoria. BEGS to iut'.irm the public of Tocumwa and the Southern Kiverinu that ho has commenced to practice his profession at Tocuiuwal. Address—Denlliquin Street (adjoining Mr Currie, Newsagent),. Visits FItfLEY Every Tuesday. „ UfcJURIQAN Evor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

JOB; PRINTING**? EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH r^^AT THE^U^ GUARDIAN OFFICE -=®^C©D^s== WEBB & WILLIAMS = PROPRIETORS =»

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