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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. 1 To remove stains from steel knives, after cleaning, rub with a little car bonate of soda. . The right way to peel onions is to begin at the root of the onion, peol ing upwards ; the juice will not then fiy into your eyes. When washing blouseB or handker chiefs, put a small piece of orris-root in the rinsing water, It gives a per fume of violets, which is as lasting as a sachet placed amongst th? clothes. When lighting fires, split each piece of wood in a bundle into two. It is a real saving, for the wood goes twice as tar, as halt the quantity lights the fire. And sprinkle coal with salt and water ; it burns better and lasts twice as long. Potato omelettes are delicious. To ubo up cold boiled potatoes rub them through a sieve, mix with one or two eggs, according to what size omelette you want to make, and also a little hot milk. Beat well and fry. Serve very hot. If your fingers are fruit-stained after cooking, soap your bauds thor oughly before yon let any water ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEVER FORGETS FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

NEVER FORGETS FOR WOMEN Never under any circumstances make chance acquaintances, especially while travelling. Never get excited over any demon stration on the" street f n person fainting on tho street is a much used ruse (or pickpockets. Never aBk for information . on a journey except from n uniformed offi cial of the railway or steamship tompany. Never start out on a journey to a strange city or town without pre vious information about a safe placc to stay overnight. . Never lay down your purse "while fexaroining goods in a store. . Never place your rings or jewellery to one side in a bathroom. Drop them in your purse if only for ten seconds. t Never pin your money in a little bag on the pillow or bolster of your bed. All thieves look there first. Never leave any money or jewellery in a room with a window opening on a porch. Never take a servant into your home without references, and always verify the references. Never display money openly on the street or in any other public place...

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

A Valuable Recipe FOR COUGH, INFLUENZA, ASTHMA, AND BRONCHITIS HIXTUltE. 6 An invalunblo mixture for Asthma, Bronchitis,- Colds, Whooping Cough, In fluenza, and Sore Throata may be ma do up by anyono in a few momenta. Hore is the recipe, which is worlh cutting out:—To a largo, broakfastcupful of warm ivater add three tftblpspoonfuls of trenclo or honoy, four tablespoonfuls of sugar, ancl two table Bpoonfuls of vinegar. "When cool, add 1 oz. of Heonzo, and pb.ce in a lnrgo tightly corked, clean bottle. (If treacle or honey aro not at hand uao double quantity of sugar). The above recipe produces a family supply of mixture which hao no {superior for loosen ing phlegm, easing coughs, and soothing sore throats, A liko#qnimt»ty of ordinary ready-made mixtures put up in a lot of little bottles would o »et anything up to 30/ or more, according to quality. Ae Heenzo is of best quality, and may bo obtained from any ohomiBt or storo for 2/-, it will bo readily aeeu that a big money-saving is t...

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

CALENDAR 1919 NOVEMBER. Sun - Rises. Sets, n M h m . 21—Friday 4 57 7 15 22—Saturday 4 56 7 16 '23—Sunday ' ' 4 56 7 17 21—Monday 5 55 7 IS 25—Tuesday 4 55 7 19 ■ 26—Wedmsday 4 54 7 20 27—Thursday 4 5-1 7 21 Moon. First Quarter—1st at 11.43 a.m. Full Moon—8th at 9.35 a in. Last Quarter—15th at 1 41 a.01. New Moon—23rd at 1.20 a.m.

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

"My Nerves were in a shocking state." "I was very nervous, a knock at the door would alarm mo." MRS. MARY GRAY, oMI Vic toria Street, Paddington, writci this story about her nerves sod what did for them CLEMENTSTONIC, Ltd. "I am sure it will please you to know that 1 have heard only lately of many splendid cures effected by your medicine after other remedies had been tried without giving relief." " I have proved by ex perience that it gets to the root of certain troubles and eradicates them from the system. " I few months ago my nerves were in a shocking state, continuously twitch ing so that I could not keep still. "But thanks to Ciements Tonic they are now as strong and sound at ever." (Sigmd) MARY GRAY The " Good Health" Medicine, All Chemists aud Stores Sell It ® Clcu.ents Tonic I.til., Rnzcllf

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Ladies' Column. TO RELIEVE ITCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Ladies' Column, o TO HTCTjTRVK TTCHINfr. Although itchinp, being merely a symptom of some unhealthy condi tion. is' not a disease, nevertheless this sensation is tho cause of great annoyance if not of real suffering. Itching is often due to eczema. One form of the trouble is called "ner vous itching." And almost no one Is exempt from itching due to bites by varioUR Insects. Certain girls are particularly Busceptible to the bitoof. the mosquito. Tho torment of mos quito bites in caused by the injection into the skin of an acid. The surest relief is to be obtained by the appli cation of some alkali such as house hold ammonia. Another excellent re medy is common soap. Naturally, de licate skin should not bo irritated by rough clothing of any sort. Those who Buffer from nervous itching often find grateful tho use of menthol od* the skin.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOT A LOAFER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

NOT A LOAFER. A few months ago a lady living, in the Midlands engaged a new servant, ond having views on the •]uestion of "followers," she expounded them to the girl upon her arrival. "Mind you, Jane," she said, seri ously, "I will have no loafors about the place. Yon quite understand 7" "Yes, ma'am," replied Jane. Within the short period of a week, however, the lady had grounds for suspecting tlmt her orders had been disobeyed, and Jane was promptly interrogated. "Did I not make it a stipulation of your engagement that no followers were to be allowed ?" "No, ma'am. You said 'loafers.' " "Well, you may have it that way if you wish. You were talking to a man for ten minutes at the area gate laBt night." "Yes, ma'am ; that's my chap," . said Jane uublushingly. "How dare you disobey my express orders in this way ?" "I ain't disobeyed 'em, ma'am !" persisted* Jane. "George—that's my young man—is a baker, sure enough, but 'c afn't a loaferf 'E'a a biscuit hand, 'o'-is !"

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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DEPTHS TO WHICH WAVES DIS[?] THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

DEPTHS TO WHICH WAVES ni&TIIPR THP SFA * - Laboratory experiments recently conducted by the Hydrographic Oftlco of the U.8. Navy Department indi cate that the depth to which a wave causes a dissurbance is 350 times the height of the wave. For example, an ocean gale which causes waves 20ft. high probably disturbs the sea to a depth of a mile and a third or more. Oases have been recorded in which tempests have moved the sub marine "cable laid across tbo Wyville Thomson Sill, a depression nearly •l.COOft. below the surface of the ocean in the submarine ridge sepa rating the basin of the north-eastern Atlantic from the basin of the Nor wegian Sea. The greater tbo depth the less is the disturbance, so that objects of considerable weight soon reach a levol at which they are not easily moved from their position.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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STAGE LUCK. THEATRICAL CELEBITIES AND THEIR MASCOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

STAGE LUCK. theatrica£ celebrities and , thhir jua8u0ts. That it ia a bad omen for tho buc ccbb of a play if a stage-hand whis tles any portion of tho music, no matter how popular, when at work on the stage, iB one of tho oldest of theatrical nuperstitions. Indeed, it is regarded as so unlucky that Bomo timcs notices are put up at tho back of tho Bcencs forbidding whistling among the stage-hands. Sir Herbert Tree, according to one informant, is very superstitious re garding whistling behind the ecenea, and ntrongly objects to tho practice. To whistle in the dressing-room, too; is regarded as a bad omen, while ono of tho most powerful superstitions among actors and actresses is that it is bad luck for two pereonB to look into a looking-glass at the samo time. The result of such a thing ia that one or the other will meet' with disaster. For many years one never saw any peacocks' feathers in the decorations of the stage. Birds of all kinds, paN ticularly flying birds, were barred from ...

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

Station Produce. The Melbourne VVoolbrokers As sociation reports on 13/11/19 :— Sheepskins. — Catalogues com prising 40,600 skins, being the ac cumulation of a fortnight, were submitted. Keen competition ruled for all descriptions, and late quotations may be quoted. Hides —Large supplies were brought forward this week, the off erlngs being 4,.300. Keen compe tition ruled, especially for light kip ranging from 24's to 29's, whioh-may be quoted <4d. to Id. per lb. higher. Heavy kips show no-change, but hides averaging 50's and over were par to ^d. higher. Tallow.—Large boards were submitted at Wednesday's auction to the usual attendance of buyers. Keen competition ruled for nil grades, and pricts may be quoted ,£4 per ton above those obtained a fortnight ago. Furred Skins.—Keen competi tion was experienced at the auction sales, and for all classes of rabbit skins the market may be quoted from 3d. to lOd. per pound higher Nine-and-a-half tons were sub mitted, against 11 tons...

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Drought Predictions. MR CLEMENT WRAGGE'S FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Drought Predictions. MR CLEMENT WRAGGK'S FORECAST, The "S. M. Herald" recently published n seasonal forecast pre pared by Dr Douglas Archibald, a well known English meteorologist while on a visit to Sydney at the beginning of 1913. Dr. Archibald (who prf dieted the great drought which devastated India from 1896. to I9OO) expressed the opinion thatv a severe drought would commence in Australia in 1917, probably be coming more acute between lg20 and 1924, and continuing with more or less intensity uutil 19J7. Early in the same year (1913) Mr Clement Wragge also published a general forecast for Australia which in a large measure unhappi ly agrees with that issued by Mr Douglas Archibald. Mr Wrapge's forecast, issued on May Si, 1913, was published over hiB own name. Both meteorologists when they made their forecasts in 1913 were certain of one thing, and the pre cise terms in which they expressed it are below :— Dr. Archibald.—All the Indica tions point out to a severe drought commencin...

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Paying for Prohibition. U.S A. Discovers Some Disquieting Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

Paying for Prohibition. U.S A. Discovers ?owe Disquieting Facta. America Is just learning that having prohibition forced upon a couutry by a well oiganised, noisy initio!ity, and p'ying for prohibi tion are two vastly different things. Already the price of dryness is com ing high. And that counts only the financial price . it says nothing ,of the trail of ruined bodies and souls left by the passage of drug craving through a nation suddenly and arbitrarily deprived of Its cus tomary healthful stimulants, au other piohibition fact which is causing great concern. A part of New York State's ex cise tnx was set aside for the police pension fund. Last year that fund drew from the State liquor revenue .£86,000. Next year the amount would have been greater. Now, with the saloons closed, not a penny will be forthcoming from this source. " Prohibition . , will cost the police pension fund nearly half a million dollars (.£100,000,) an nually," says the New York " Tri bune." Unless some other s...

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

THEY DON'T REALISE THE DANGER Many parents do not realise tho danger of an unusual looseness of a child's bowels in tha summer time and allow tlio trouble to coutinuo until tlio child is in a stato of collapso from weakness. If Cluuubei-lain'tf Colic and Dtarrliooa Romody is givon at tho first unusual loosenoss of tho bowels, an attack of summer complaint can be avoidei, Sold Everywhere,

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THE SENATE. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

THE SENATE. NE"\ SOUTH WALES. Conroy, Alfred Hugh Beresford, (I.), Neutral Bay, farmer and grazier. Cotcoran, William Richard (S.)i Redfern, boilermaker. Cox, Charles Frederick (N.) Croy don, retired civil servant, . Duncan, Walter Leslie (N.), Watson's Bay, clerk.... Falkiner, Franc Brereton -Sadller (F.), Woolahra,' farmer and grazier. ^Gardiner, Albert (C.), Waverley, carpenter. • Garling, Henry Chester Master (N.), Double Baj', solicitor. *Gran't, John (C.), Annandale, stonemasou. Judd, Ernest Edward (S.), Surrey Hills, publisher. °*McDougall, Allan (C.), Rose Bay, boilermaker. McMahon, Mary Hungorford (S.), Paddington, cletk. VICTORIA. ^Barker, Stephen (C.)i Si. Kilda presssr. "P.T.naK, John (C.), Ballarat, secretary, Eliiott, Harold Eciward (N.), Sur rey Hills, suiiciiur. Findlcy, Edward (C.), "Middle Park printer. Guthrie, Jaines Francis (N.)> Gee long, farmer. •Paterson, Thomas (F.), Springfield, ta iner. Rees, Richard Bloomfield (F.), Swan Hill, farmer. .Reseigh, Edwin (...

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

Federal Elections. Nominations. • Iti tbe lists of nominations given bafow', N. indicates Nationalist, F. Farmers' Union, C. Caucus Labor, S. Socialist, and I. Independent. It should be borne in mind, how ever, that In Tasmania and New South Wales several of the candi dates marked IT. or F. have receiv ed the endorsement of both the Nationalist and farmers' organisa tions, and may sit with either party if u'tumed to Parliament. An as terisk denotes the retiring member l'oi the seat.

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LABOR CANDIDATE AT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

LABOR CANDIDATE AT TnrrmroAT. Mr J. E. "W. Hoad, the candidate for Riverina in the I abor interests, will address the electors at Tocurn wal on Fiid iy eveuing, December 5th, also at Finley on December 4th.

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

REPRESENTATIVES. RIVERINA. #Clianler, John Moore (N. and F.) Malvern, agent. Hoad, James Essel Walter (C.), •Tunee, clerk and dairy farmer. - ECHUCA. * *HiIl, William Caldwell (F.), Col inabbin, farmer. Rufsell, Edward Fitzgerald (C.), Port Melbourne, secretary. 'Stewart, James Burf, (N.), Rush worth, barrister and solicitor.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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MR. F. B. S. FAI.KINER FOR THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

MR. F. B. S. FAI.KINER FOR THE SENATE. Mr F. B. S. Falktner, M.P. for Hume, bas accepted nomination of the F. and S. Association as the farmers' candidate for the Senate in N.S.W. In making the an nouncement Mr Trethowan, presi dent ot the Association, stated that f the farmers' oigaoisatiou felt that - it had secured as its nominee by far the strongest And most capable caudidate for the Senate in this State. Mr Falkiner wishes it to be mads known that he is uncompro misingly hostile o the referenda, and will usi every effort to de!eat it, believing that the extended powers sought for were equally dangerous either in the hands of Mr Hughes or Mr Ryan. (A, J. "Williams, Murray Street, 'loo. umwal),

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VOTING BY POST. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 November 1919

VOTING BY POST. Forms of applica ion" for postal vote, certificates and postal ballot papprs are being made availab'e at post offices throughout the Com rtjooweabh. Au • lector is emit ed to vote by pest on December 13 on the following conditions :— (a-) If the electoi wi.l not throughout the hours of polling on polling d;iy be within the State for which he or she is enrolled. (b) If the elector will not be within 10 miles by the nearest practicable route of any polling booth open in the State for which he or she is tiirollei, for the pur poses o£ au election ; (c) If the elector will bi travell ing under conditions which will preclude him or lur from voting at any po'ling booth in the State for which he or she is eutolled or (d) If 111--' elector is seriously ill or infirm, and by leasoii of such illness or iulirmity will be preclud ed from attending at any polling booth to vote or, in the case of a woman, will by approaching raater • . he prerluded from attending at av-y polling b...

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London's Opium Dens. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 November 1919

London's Opium Dens. BY A MAN WHO HAS DCVESTl GATBD THEM. I Opium ! The word conjures 01 ' visions of tbe Bast and of the ex traordinary- dreams that tbe disciplei | of the"drug are Bald to enjoy. It is in the East (of London) an^ !the West (End), too, that the vice o> , opium-smoking is rampaut to-day. - ' and has bccomc bo serious u menace | especially to weak-minded, neurotic and hysterical women, that officia1 Bteps are being taken to root out tb< evil. The widespread nature of the desin for this terrible narcotic is found ii the fact that from the Antipodei comes the request of the Common wealth Government of Australia tc the police authorities in the bom# country to endeavour to prevent th< smuggling of opium into their land It is asserted that large quantities 1 of the drug have reached Australian ports, bundles of it being hidden bj ! coolieB yi the coal. • , Members of well-known West-end i clubs, and particularly those of s Bohemian character, have...

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