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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

Children take it Willingly.— "Ever since my boy Clarrie was a baby he has been subject to colcfs," says Mr. H. G. C. Wag horn, 9 Mullins-street, Balmain, N.S.W. "but instead of waiting* for the cold to get a hold, my wife bejieves in keening Cham berlain's Cough Remedy in the house and giving it to him at the first symptom- We look- upon Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy as the safest insurance against sick ness and the children take it right willingly." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocuitiwal, Millar and Gro\er, Finley, and all dealers in medicines: NEURALGIC i m s Hearty Driven Iliad Right ana Ms, M CURED HER neuralgic affections, and who pass hours of agony and ilt»health througa tlieni. This letter tells those womeu more than can be specially ,written ol the'relief of Neuralgia by Clements Tonic, and it w.is sent from 411 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne; 8/6/11, CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "For the benefit of those who suffer from Neuialjjia I should like to tell them of my cure. " It is a Tew ye...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

THE FARMERS' MARKET. F.-'.rmers, your market is: of the most vital importance to you, and' its condition denends * entirely upon tlie purchasing rjower of tlic public. - • Which is better for you—seven millions spent annually in liquor, or the same amount snent in pur chasing the products'of the farm? People who drink have less to spend on .foodstuffs, woollen goods, boots, and. other needs' made from materials -roduced on the land. YOU LOSE by the existence of the liciuor traffic. It is stated that Nc-License will injure a g;;eat industrv, viz., bar ley growing. The truth is that less than one tenth of the barley used'by brewers is erown in the State ; nine-tenths of it is im ported. Should seven millions be wasted .annually in order to grow abo'ut ten thousand pounds' worth of barley?

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

RAGE CLUB. Theamiual rtcncval meeting-of the locumwal Kace Club \vias. field at Casey's hotel on Mondav evening, liavinpr been adjourned from the orevious .Saturday after noon. The attendance was fair, . althoughl not so pood as was expected, and Mr, II; H. Casey ; presided. The balance-sheet was adopt ed .showing a urofit of .£0/3/8 011 the last New Year's Day meeting. The credit balance was shown at £47/19/3, less outstanding . accounts amo'unliuc to £4 odd. The secretary (Mr; G. Millson) painted out tliat the mofit on the last meeting would have been greater but for the fact that the .. prize money had licen increased by £ 10, and special trains were guaranteed. - Then-the band had . been engaged and other incident als incurred. - The president thought greater success would . follow if more ' members took.an interest in the! working of the club.. He hoped this year'there would be more general interest. • V The following'. "office-bearers "• •••-••were then appointed :— President,...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STAKING PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

STAKING PLANTS. Nothing detracts from .the appear ance of a flower border* more than a number of thick stakes showing con spicuously among the plants. Stakes must be used to a certain estent, yet( there is no need why they should be obtrusive. For many plants that do not really need a strong stake yet must have some support, the thin twiggy ends of Peasticks suit splen didly. They give just sufficient sup port to the plants without making them stiff, and the plants hide the twiggy sticks almost completely. Most plants look far better when loosely trained than when bunched up to strong sticks, and the twiggy Pea-sticks may be used in this case with advantage. Whatever sticks or stakes are used (except twiggy sticks), they should be painted a soft sage green; then, even if they are not hidden by the plants, they are not nearly so obtrusive as if left in the rough.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

GARDEN NOTES. Beginners, when told to stop a plant or to pinch it, are 'often puz zled to know ''what it means. It simply meaus when a yoking plaut is growing freely to ta'tc out the terminal bud of each shoot, so as to causo other shoots to break out lower. Any plant growing freely may be treated in this way to make it bushy and increase the number of its flower-heads or spikes. It is not considered good practice to stop or pinch a plant when repotting, but wait till the roots have become ac tive or pinch a fortnight or eo before. Pricking off or "pricking out," as it Is termed, is generally applied to young, seedling plants, and means transplanting from the secd-pots or boxes to others at wider intervals to give strength and increase the number of the roots. Another form of the same term is "potting off," which is done when the little plants are taken from, cutting-pots or secd boses and placed singly in small pots to give them an independent existence. In the phraseology of the p...

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 — 21 November 1913

| " I will toon lio with my fore fathers," ciTinlmcd o blatant orator. "Yes," Interrupted a knowing audi tor, "and give thorn points at it, ! too." ;813.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XVIII —"I Believe it Entirely."— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

CHAPTER XVIII —"I Believe it Entirely."— "It is out of the question," Ali son cried, springing to her feet, and drawing awav from him to the furthest comer of the room, her cheeks aflame, her hands trembling nervouslv "you hate me, you despise me—and yes— you come and tell me coldly and sternly that I must marry you. It is out of the question!" "Don't give me an answer in a hurry," Reginald snid more gently; "hear me out. I am not making the suggestion impuls ively, or because I think it can be any more pleasing to you than it is to me—but " "If it is not nleasing to cither of us—to suggest it is almost an insult," Alison interrupted quick ly, her eyes blazing fiercely. "To insult Vou is the last thing I should wish to do." was the grave retort, "it would be ab surd to pretend that there could be anything approaching to af fection between us, and it is onlv due to you to be absolutel" frank with you. I should not oretend to have any feeling for you other than that of pity. But my fa...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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 DERING. CHAPTER XVII —"Do They Still Believe in Me?"— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

This thrilling and Interesting Serial was commenced in tho Issua of September 5, 1913, Back copies may be obtained on application to this office. -o— — The Sin of ALISON DERING. (By the author of" "Diana'1; "A Tangled Web," etc., etc.) CHAPTER XVII -—"Do The)' Still Believe in Me?"— The grey house roofs oopos.ite her window, the leaden sky, the serried rows of chimney-tops, these all vanished from her eyes, and she saw instead, the room which had been hers at the Hall :■ the pretty room with its dainty luxurious appointments—saw, above all, the pictur.e above the bureau, Reg's picture,,; whose steadfast face, and ' gravely tender eyes, that seemed to her like the face of her guardian angel. She wrung her hands together in a paroxysm of pain, and the vision suddenly shifted. •She was standing again by the cross-roads, lugkin" up into the face of the actual man whose picture had been, so much to her; but the man's face was sterner than the picture's, and the words he spoke, scorched h...

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 — 21 November 1913

(LATE OF CULCAIRN.) "OEGS to notify the residents ijf the town and district that he has purchased the business hitherto carried on by Mr. G. Haydoii as Mairdressei' and Tobacconist, In Deniliquiu-streut, Tocumwal, and trusts to merit a share of public patronage. The Stock will be Improved and considerably added to. Pipes, Tobacco, ©igars, ©igarettes, Fancy Goods, and Sundries o&' the Best Quality. - First-class Billiard Siloou, well, lighted. The Hairdresfing Saloon will be under capable management. .. Local Agent for the Finley 'Mail." ■ S. \V. DUKE, Tocumwal. RT , J. G. WILSON'S CENTRAL : : ' STORES. Who'is Now Opening a Great Display of the Latest Spring and Summer Fashions. At extra Low Values in Dainty Dress Goods, consisting of Pique - Cords, Rloh Foulards, Creps, Poplins, Silks, Washing De laines, Light and Dark Cambrick Prints. A large New Stock of Gonts' Lad ie's and Children's Boots and , Shoes.. 1 Paints, Oils, Galvanised Iron, Wire Netting, Fencing Wire, ."Timber...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUMPING JACK TARS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

JUMPING JACK TARS. The rhythmic jumrinrc of threo hundred aud fifty bluejaclcts r,a cd H.M.8. Commeanwcalth from the (ate of the Montaguo when she ran aground in a dnnperous placc. The battleship Mon'ngue was aban doned as a bopelcsu wrcck ofl 'the Cornish coar*, ' "t tier rl t r ship, tho Cor » r ' r '■ 'v got ofl by tho u i ou ot her crew. The o h n on to an unch • o h.n t nil;; from targ-1 (v'ior an I aa ladly dam aged. : h us so ni cly balanced! in her lod: *.ent, bo e er, that it was derided, after reveriii"g the en gines bnd failed to extricate ber, to try the experiment cf mastering oil the a a'lablc hands on lie fci* tromo aft, and setting them to jump in uniron. The regular jumping of twenty-five tens of solidly built sca men had the eflect of making tho hugo vessel rock '6ea-6aw fashion un til 6ho gradually floated ofl with tho rising tido. In fifteeu minutes sho vtqs afloat, and saved.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHARM OF EGYPT. THIS NILE—THE DESERT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

THE CHARM OF EGYPT. THIS NILE—THIS DKBRItT. To mo tho myutcry of Egypt io fltrnmrcly akin -to tho myntrry of woiimn. . Tho Sphinx—ycu, It in an unforgettable experience to hrive been in tho pr.cf.cnco of tho Sphinx I— necmu, In fact, entirely nexUmn. Yet we alwayii think of tho Sphinx iiu u woman. When one travclu In Al« -geria or Morocco there in something virile, barbaric* about tho place and peoplo. Hut Egypt ban n womnn'n nubtle opell. Curlouidy enough, I boliovo that lilotorlailly, tfincc the timo of tho Pharouh», wo men gavo held away In Egypt ne nowhere elae—tho lnnd of loin and the great Goddeuu Nut. Ahovo all, in it»» tantalising and myntcrlouii beauty, in it« wca'tneoe and In Itu ntrength, Egypt holdn one enptivo with a womnn'H rhnnn. Wc can rulo her—but I doubt if wo nhall ever quite uniorntand her. Again and again 1 have beui told by Egyptian fellnlfn that they are glad of our govei n hi m;—ihnt they thank tin for all tho practical bona* flto we have brought them. But I ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TELEPHONE AND THE PHONOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

THE TELEPHONE AND THE PHONOGRAPH. A ropronrh which Imn often co raised against tho telephone in tl at it leaven do traco whatever of I ho converuatioa tranonvittcd. TIhik, a telophone convcrimtfon can never llf;urc in a law nuit. It in notour* priotng, thcroforo, that for flome tlmo paot offortit havo hem mado (o do* vino an apparatuu by mrntvi ol which a pcrmanrnt record can he | kept of tho words npo'crn over the 1 telophone, and tho phonograph ban often been thought of Jn thhi con action. Prof. I1. Perott'i hnu Just 1 bcorcd a Ruccean in thin direction. Hio telephone receiver in composed of two IoiuW?pcnt<imj telephone ; ono of thcuo In furnbihed with tho usual tnoufbpiecc ; tho other (;i connectcd with the vibrating membrane of a Patho phonograph. The current ro quired for thlfl telephone in a littlo greater than for ordinary inntalhi tionn, The phonograph rccord can be made to rcproduco tho npecch la tho uoual* manner.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

Pains In the 8tomaoh.—"I can thoroughly recommend Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mr Thomas Kelly, Storekeeper, Berrigan, N.S.W. "I have been subject to severe pains in the stomach and at times would have to lay up. I was recommended to try Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhcca Remedy and found one dose to give inc relief." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal, Millar and Grover, Finley, and all dealers in medicine's. DROPSY,—Pufflness of the face, Eyelids, Hands and Feet, and Swollen Liinbs and Body* Dropsv is tho namo given to tlio soft watory swellings which appoar in tho ankloa, limbs, and body, un der tho oyoa or in tlio eyelids or on tho backs of tho hands. If you press your finger into tho swollen flesh tho pitting slowly fills up with tho wator agara. DROPSY is not a disoaso in it* eolf, but it. is carious becauso it in dicates serious disoaso. It may show that tlio kiduoys aro •failing to soparoto tho urino from tho bloo'd, or that thero is tomo thing obstructing th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENATOR RUSSELL'S SPEECH. Federal and State Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

SENATOR RUSSELL'S SPEECH. Federal and State Politics. . Senator Russell, of Victoria, addressed a largely attended meeting in Hillson's Hall, Tocum wal, on Friday' evening last, on Federal and State politics. Cr. Frank Hovle occupied the chair, and explained that he did so as president of the Shire. He made this explanation, he said, not that: he wished to disassociate himself from the cause, but in order to make his position clear by reason of his beinc the Deputy Returning Officer for the elec tions on December 6. Senator Russell, who was well rccjivcd, said he appeared before them as a Senator of Victoria in the Federal Parliament, and wished to speak to them on all the important political questions of the day.- He took it that they realised that no matter what Slate.electors belonged to, they should take a wide interest in political affairs—that they should regard the questions from the standpoint of 'Australians. (Hear, , hear). One ~-i of his reasons for being present \vas be ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. MIXED RELATIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. MIXED RELATIONSHIP. Tho complication K>f relationship "brought about by marriage is the cause of; many a family squabble,,-but it is seldom one .hears of fatal re sults attending such matters. Accord ing to an Araericnn newspaper, a resi dent of Pennsylvania recently com mitted • suicide, from a melancholy conviction that he was his own grand father. The following is a copy of a singu-' lar letter .left :. "I married a widow who had a grown-up daughter. My father visited our house very often, fell in love with my step-daughter and married her. So my father bo came my sou-in-lnw and my step daughter my mother, because she was my father's wife. .Some time after wards my. wile had a son ; he was my father's brother-in-law and my uncle, for he was the brother of 'my* step mother. My father's wife—i.e., my step-daughter—had nlso a son ; he was, of course, my brother, and in the meantime my grandchild, for he .was the son of my stepdaughter. My w...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

No Xmas without music can' J>e "A MERRY XMAS" in the truest sense of the word, and 'lot only at Xmas, but throughout all the year, every family realises thai the home without a piano is bound to b'c lonesome. Fortunately, with the stupenduous reductions in prices at MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE, no, family has any excuse for being without a Piano. Our Showrooms contain hundreds of beautiful Models by the world's most famous makers—new, part used, manufacturers' sample instruments, and others in discon tinued case patterns that can be bought at a fraction of their original cost or actual worth. And not onlv have you the chance of effecting this big Saving in Price, but——• MAPLES' FAMOUS EASY TERMS of repayment from 2/6 weekly payable weekly,- monthly, quarterly or half-yearly will make the payments so easy you will, never realise that you are paying at all. £60 ROSENER £27 10s, This is a splendid example of the extra values we offer. It has had'some little use at concerts etc., but it ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

OPERATION AVOIDED. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills saved a well-hnown Padding' ton lady from having to undergo an Operation. . "Two years a^o," says Mrs. H. E. Deacon, grocer, Campbell and Hopewell-streets, _ Paddineton, "through contracting an internal, complaint, I was advised to undergo an operation by my doctor, but I did not feel inclined to consent to its beinc; perform^ ed. I tried Dr. Morse's Iiidinn Root Pills, as I thoueht that they were doing me a lot Of good, They had a tendency at first to create a feeling of sickness, which, when over, the benefits of the pills manifested itself. I think they are a wonderful remedy, not only for ordinary complaints, but for any internal derangement. I would not bs without them - under any con sideration, and I hope this way be of use to you in publication."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

' COBRAM. Over ISO persons werp the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Tuck at the Victoria hall on Tues day evening, the occasion being to mark the attainment of their eldest son's (Charles) majority. The evening was devoted to dancing, singing instrumental music, etc., and a very pleasant time was spent bv the guests, who voted the function a most enjoyable one. The hostess' well-known hospitality was a dominant feature of the proceed ings, everyone "resent being liberally Created to cool drinks, ice creams, fruit salads, sweets, and other refreshments. The gathering broke uo at an early hour yesterday morning after the sin gin? of "Auld Lan^ Syne." The annual demonstration of the Goulbum Valley Fire Brigades is to take place this year oil Boxing Dav at' Cobrani, and already a programme of fire men's, events ..has: been dra\vn up for the occasion. This is to be placed before a meetiritr of G.V.F.B. delegates to be held at Shepparton next Wednesday, when approval of the li^t will be sought...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. OERR1CAN. Practically all the local farm ers have now finished hav cutting, and arc engaged stack ing. Judging bv the appearance of the sheaves in the stooks the ,yields will be lieavv. Mr. W. Pyle lias again turned the whole of his heavy crou near the town into hay, to be cut and disposed of later. During the nasi week the weather lias been much to the lik ing of the farmers, the days hav ing the'-effect of drving the hay and hastening the rineninc of the wheat crops. Although in some eases stripping ma" be commenc ed next week, it is not anticipat ed that harvesting will become general for at least a fortnight. Judging from the anuearance of the crops work will be'a pleasure this season, as handsome returns can be expected. lit is reported that some farmers have, sold wheat for forward delivery at' '3/ and 3/0J. perbushel.' : Some few months' ago Mr. Gi Miller, jur., of Berrigan, met with an accident that caused an injury to his knee. Although hO...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

Jerllderle. , It is reported that a small1 bush fire broke out last week on Hart wpod, but was extinguished be fore much damage was done. It is.said .that about 40 acres pi grass were burri£ •' ■ The early p.arV'of the week was I'eaJ' summer's weather, and on', 1 Tuesday the thermometer reach ed 91. Wednesday broke over cast, and was cloudv all dav. with a westerly . wind blowing. Towards the afternoon it looked /very threatening and the night was stormy, 17 points being re corded. At the 'examination at the-Jer ilderie Convent School the week before last by Mr Hector M'Lean, examiner for the Sydney College of Music, three candidates went tip for the advanced grade higher division in piano plaving. Miss Delia Schuller got first class pass with the highest marks, although being the youngest of the three candidates. At the same exam inations Miss Francoise Schuller obtained honors for the initiatory division for piano nlaving, obtain ing 103 out of a possible of 125 niarks. * She also...

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