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Anniversary Day Sports. SPLENDID PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Anniversary Day Sports. SPLENDID PROGRAMME. At tlie Mechanics' Institute on TuesHav night a well-attended' meeting was he'd, at which arrange ments were made for holding 'the annual athletic sports and j:yui Ictinna on Auniversiry. D.y. Mr A. J, ,\Y.r.Lms was voted to ' ttie chnir. ■* Mr J. Smith was unanimously, elected president, a'lrf- Messrs W. Currie and L.. Alt joint hou. sec retaries. ' ' ' •>' . The proceeds are. to ba devoted to the Memorial Hail Kiind. . It was decided to register tlicclnb with the N.S.W, Athletic League' and conduct the pedestrian ovcnts under the rules of that association, and to employ a lehgue liandicap per. ..A price is to be obtained from the Brass Band for rendering: .a programme of music during the afternoon and evening. ■ It was also jesolved' to engage ."the PaviUoh,Jo'i' thf - evening mad :to asceitain - from Mr Bpasley the cost of running a picture show. A dance will folluw. ' J • The publican's booth privilege will be submitted by' auction ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Wedding: Bells. A very pretty wedding was cele brated at the School of Arts, Fiuley, on the l.Mli November, by the Rev. Canon Verso, the contracting parties being Mr Raudle Leadbeater, only son of Mr D. Leadbeater, of Qomer sn.1, England, and Miss Una A Pit tack, youngest danghter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Pittock, of Fiuley. The hall was prettily decorated by friends of the brido, with greenery, flowers nnd flags, a special feature boing a dainty arch and wedding bell. As the bridal party entered, the Wedd ing March was played by Miss Berrynian, and Mrs W. White ren dered a solo during -the signing of the register. The bride, who .was givon away by her father, wore a simple frock of white crepe-de-chine, with veil and wreath of orange blossom. Miss Jessie Pittock, sister of the bride, attended as bridesmaid, and her brother, Mr Jack Pittock, acted as best man. Morning tea was served in the hall, after which the customary toasts, were honored. Mr and Mrs W. White sang Boveral solos The bi...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

©fr AUSTRALASIA LIMITED. CQTAQIIOH ED . IOOO. • ■ With which is Amalgamated the Colouial Bank of Australasia,.; Ltd. ■ Directors: -. Sir John Grice (Chalrmau), Edward Treuchard, Esq. (Vice-Chairman), J. Newman Barker, Esq., The Hon. Frank G. Clarke, M.L.C., Bowes Kolly Esq., Hugh M. Strachau,^Esq. ' ' • •' Chief Manager: E. H. Wreford; Deputy Chief Malinger : James Wilson. ! HEAl) OPFlbE. MELBOURNE. 273 Collins Street. . ELIZABETH STREE r OFFICE, 126 Elizabeth Street. WESTERN BRANCH, Corner Collins and William Streets.. Branches throughout Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, and • In.New South Wales. • Agents In all parts of Australasia, the United .Kingdom and throughout —. • * • • . .' .'Ttfje World. . . • ' ,.: LONDON-OFFICE iT^THBUIIY, London E.C.'£ • ~ ; BALANCE SHEET lor. the CAPITAL AND. LIABILITIES £ i d Dr. To Proprietors' Capital— . . 62,000 410 Proferonco Shares fully paid up ... 620,000 0 0 270,000 X8 ordinary Shares, paid up to 45 - ■ per-share ..4,380,000. O ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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NOTHING SERIOUS. SINCERITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

N0TI1INU SERIOUS. ».—;— ' . SING13IUTV. A clergyman was about to lenve bin 't'.hurch one oroning when bo cncnimL* orccl an old lady examining the carv ing on the front. Finding "her doair o;m of eecing Uw boautica of tlio church, ho volunteered to Fhow her ov<\r, nnd the fiuBtcrod old lndy, nwh ^ratified at this >unoxpeetcd olTor of a pcreonnily-conducted tour, wJiyly ac cepted it. "That," explained the pood man, "in" a memorial • tablet erocbod totha memory of the Into vicar." "There, now ! Ain't it bemitifnl ?" nxclaimod the admiring old lady, fltlU fhiHtorint; and anxioiia to pleano\ "And I'm sure, sir, I 'ope it won't bo long afore we see one croctcd to you on t'other eido."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL TUB best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Call meets all trains. FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor -TERMINUS - HOTEL TOCUMWAL : F. W. BS©as§ey. ' . HAVING takouovur.tlioiibovo well known ilotol dosivoa to notify tlmt it will bo , carried on m the mostlUP/L'O-DA'fE Manner. ' . * ' Every accommodation for visitors aud tho Trayclliug' Public. ■ Hot and Cold B/itln. ; - Full sizod Billiard Tablo. Commercial ltooms, Samplo , * . Rooms,.oto.' . Iiottera and Toluyrams promptly atfconded ;fco. • */'. / Good Stnbling and an. Attentive Groom always in Attendance. • .• • ' EXCELLENT CUISINE. . . * . Only the BEST B.uali' of •Winai, Abs ant Spirits • kept m Stock:. HIGH STREET, SHEPPARTON TIMUS new ami commodious Hostelry .JL has boon talcon over by Miss Maloney (lato of the lioyal Hotel). This is sufficient guarantee that tho flotol will bo conducted on up-to-date methods, with every comfort and convenience. Hot and Cold Baths Install...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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THIS GERMAN GERM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

THIS GERMAN GEHM. Student (to Profepror)—"How is pour new theory eonoerninj: t.ho con nection between nttila and the Hoh Mzollcrn family projjrosnini:. sir?** Professor—"Rxopllml !y\ timnl'n; and In addition to Mint, I have nl«o biic :eoded in tracing the origin of tlin Gorman race baok to tlic find mur derer. My authority Jk to be found .n GcnraiH, where it. mys—'Cain waM •i tiller of the ground.' Tlus doii.;ht wliich the modenr ta'.o in ploughing "P th«; r.ui'.i with their. I.Unck Marias, Jack .'ohnjinnr., etc., proves beyond >» doubt their a;Tii« uiltural descent."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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POPULAR HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

POPULAR HISTORY. Miso Urown was tailing lior class in history, and the Iosaoiib for the day !»ciiu; the kings and qttoens of land. Hut the pupila eccrr.od stupiilor thnn usual, and in despair, after gcttin;; all Borta of wrong answers, MIkb Brown turned to her )>et ncholnr. "Now, roiaic," oho mid ; "Mary fol lowed tfdward VI., didn't she?" "Yos, miss," replied lSlsvo prompt ly "And who followed Mary ?" was tlifl tcachor'n next question. Tlicro was n brief silence, and then IClsio rnieed her head. "Her Uttic lnnih, miss," nho said fiop^/ully. *

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORDER YOUR WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

ORDER YOUR WEATHER. ^ How would you like to order your own weather, just as you order Sun day's joint? There is a, possibility that scientists may achieve this. Professor Summerton,' of the Aus tralian Scicntific Research Associa tion, is busy with experiments which may revolutionise our Meteorological arrangements. Ho contends that his pyetem will secure or prevent rain and nun, as is uecceeary for the coun try's good. The .Ttmo^phere about our earth is loaded with minute particles of dust which, when condensed with moisture too miRcroecopic to be attracted to earth alone, fall to the grouud in the shape of rain. Atmospheric electricity is said to resist rainfall. The air immediately above us is not charged with olectnT ctty. Our oarth is charged negntivo ly with electricity. At cloud level tho air is charged positively with elec tricity, and the dust particles there become likewise charged. During atmospheric disturbances the equilibrium is upset; and the nega tive electricity of ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Personal. The many friends of Mr J. Flanagau will regret to hear of his sad loss In the death of his mother, which occurred at Bulleugarook (Vic.) on Saturday last. Mr H. Preston, who his had a "close call" with a poisoued arm, contracted, it is thought, by skinn ing a diseased beast, is now happily making good progress towards re covery. A unique ceremony took place at Flniey on Monday night, when the local branch of the Returned Soldiers' League presented Jarrah ,5lngh, with an inscribed gold medal. Mr A, Tongs pointed but that the recipient had been a good supporter of the soldiers through out the war, and when the fund w.ts opened for obtaining meda's tor the returned soldiers he* l)ad come forward with the handsome donation of £10/10/. He y.lso had three sons who served with the Imperial Forces. jarrah Singh ! very feelingly responded. The Stale Treasurer anuounced on Tuesday that ,£244,654/7/ had been paid as stamp duty on the estate of the late Sir Samuel . McCaughey. The val...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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FINGER-PRINTS AID JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

finger-prints aid justice. One police authority states that thorc are 1,700,000,000 people in the world, and no two have finger-prints that cannot be distinguished from one another. The line patternn on the feet and hands have been handed down from ancestors of counties thousands of yearB ago and do not change dur ing tho life of an indivi<hml. Tho linen are due to ridges of lifetlo pa piliao in the true underlying-Akin, which contain the pensory norves and blood-vessels. Thwe ridgea are pro duced by the outer skin. Tho outer skin iB constantly being: worn away, but ao it io renewed the lines are re newed with it. ■ Tho finger-tips have furnished a wonderfully successful method of ^tracking professional criminals. There is an oily secretion in the skin, and when tho finger-tips' touch a brans door knob, a pane of glass, or any smooth, hard substance, they leave an impression. The clcverent crimi nals have resorted to all sorts of tricks to remove the evidence of their fin...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Repairs to Levee Bank Started. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Repairs to Levee Bank Started. A number of returned soldiers have beeu prifc to work on repairing the big breach in the levee bank along the Murray, adjoining the show ground. This breach has been open ever since the big 1917 flood, biit fortunately (in that sense only) succeeding winters have not been so wet, and little or no damage created. There haa been some comment that whan thB bank was originally throwu up the construction work was de fective, and it is to be hoped that, if tbia were so, out' local engineer will rectify the mistake made by others in the past by strengthening the earthwork in every possible manner; The work is being earned out under the vote granted by the Federal Gov ernment for the employment of re turned soldiers.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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THE IDEA! [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

THK IDEA ! Excited lady (at the telephone): "I rant my husband, please, at once." Telephone girl : "Number, please !" Excited lady (snappishly) : "How many (lo you think I've goL you im-' pudent thing;?"

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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AN ABSEHT-MINDED PEER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

AN ABSEHT-MINDED PEER. r Among: tho many excellent stories which Mr. Leslie Ward, the famous cartoonist "Spy," tells in his Re misaecences, one or two concerning the absent-mindedness of Lord Crewe's father, the poet-peer, better known as Monckton-Milnes. "I remember," flays "Spy," "the eccentric lord coming into the club one evening looking tired and hun gry. On the mantelpiece a white paper gleamed. It was a list of the Derby Lottery. Something stirred in his mind, whtah was far away on other subjects bent, and reminded him that he was hungry. He scanned the Lottery List . . . ;>nd nl Inst h« wee heard to murmur in dissatisfied tones : "Waiter, I don't see anything to eat here/ " ; On another oce&sion, after a care ful scnitiuy of the actual menu, he ordered a herring. Monckton-Milnes used to dine at the Atbeoaeum, and usually at the same table. Another member came rushing one day to obtain a place for himself. But every seat was occu pied save that reserved for Lord Cr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Special Importance Column. We invite readers to forward along for publication any ideas or proposals calculated to advance the interests of Tocnmwal and District. Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

. ii. I, Special Importance ° Column. We invite readers to forward along for publication any ideas or proposals cal culated to advance the interests of Tocnmwis.1 and District. Municipal Elections. At a meeting of members of the Langunyah branch of the F. fi; S. held last Wednesday evening, Mr H. C. Johnson in the chair, the question of local representation in the shire council came up for general discussion. The meeting was unanimously iu favor of no minating a candidate, and a selec tion was decided upon, aud a re quisition is now being prepared which will be presented to the nominee in due course. Farmers round about Langunyah and The Rocks feel that the riding would be well represented with oue coun cillor at Tocumwal, one at Finlejy^"" and the third in tlje country, and 6n this principally they are going to press their claims,

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

For Brouohial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppomlat Gura, j

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Land for Looal Soldlers. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Land for Looal Soldlsrs. There is a deep feeling of dis appointment and anuoyance right throughout the district at the utter failure of all representations made to securo suitable land hereabouts to settle local returned sold lei s on'. And there is ju3t reason for the resentment being shown towards the Government on account of its • tardy dealings. When Messrs Ash ford and Ball passed through the distr.ct about twelve months ago the" literally dragged themselves away from the pressing demands of a monster deputation, and we know what optimistic feelings were then aroused by the first-named Minis ter's assurance that providing we found the land at a fair valuation he would do his utmost to secure it. Whatever has gone wrong we don't quite properly understand, but we do know that despite all the representations made to acquire Barooga station (which local sol diers assert is eminently suitable for their requirements) the property has been turned down by the Go vernment. Many interest...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Eleotion Notes. ELECTION ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Eieotion Notes. ELECTION ADDRESSES. Mr Easel Hoad, the labor uom nes for Riverina, will addiess the electors in flie Pavilion tonight. All electors are invited to hear the candidate. On Tuesday evening Mr Claude Thompson (the selected labor can didate for the Murray State elector ate) will deliver an address on Federal topic? In the Pavilion. Hon R. T. Ball. Minister for Railways, is advertised to [deliver an address in the Nationalist In terests, next Wednesday afternoon at Tocumwal. It has not been finally arranged yet whether the meeting will be held in the open air or In the Pavilion. It is pointed out by the chief electoral officers for the Common wealth that any electotf who, on election day, 13 th December, will not be within the State for which he or she is enrolled, should apply for a postal vote certificate and postal ballot papers, In order to be able to vote at the forthcoming elections and referenda. A form of application may be obtained at any post offi-e, or from any ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL, and Finley Free Press. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919 Looal and General [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Tocumwal Guardian I RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL. ■nd Flnley Fre# Press. (Established XS97.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919 Looal and General The proprietors of tha Pavilion Pictures have made arrangements for special screenings of Paramount productions for a lengthy .season, and to-morrow night the first of the series, "Sporting Life," will be shown. This is a particularly good production, introducing an English Derby race aud r.ii exciting boxing contest, and interest is maintained from start to finish. If is sure to find favor with local picture goers. Maiy Pickfoid, in "The Little American," will be screened the following Saturday. The manage ment announces thtre will be no more booked teats in'future. Owing toiil-healtb, the promoter of the Xmas exhibition and sports meeting, Mr. Z. Biojmfield, feels that he must reluctantly abandon the project, and he makes this inti mation In his advertisement else where; Anglers are meeting with better success the last few days, and some very good catch...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

THEY DON'T REALISE THE DANGER Many parents do not: realise the dauger of an unusual looseness of ft child's bowels in the sumraor time and allow tho tronblo to continue until tho child is in a state of collapse from -weakness. If Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is given at the flrafc unusual looseness of tho bowels, an attaok of summer complaint can be avoidol, Sold Everywhere. ! Your Prescription to me, and 1 will dis pense and forward it to you by re tarn train. The Mail Order sec tion of my-business re ceives special attention, and any medicine yon. ■write for will be sent to yon without delay. None but the boBt Drags and Chemicals are used and every care is takeu in compounding. Prices al ways reason able. I also carry a, large stock of Patent and Proprietary Medicines, Special FoodB, Bandages, l/int, Face Creams and Toilet Specialties. w«J7« F. A. GUENTHER C11 KM 1ST & druggist, Tetsjihouo 10, Numurkah, tic. Tocumwal Paddys Market STALLS 1/- EACH PBH WEEK. . Yo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Fallacies And Falsehoods. The Prohibition Movement. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Fallacies And Falsehoods. The Prohibition Movement. "I have doue tlie work and lived the life ot the ordinary British woi k tnan," writes E T. Good in the London "Globe". "I have bad a good spelMn the army, and I am aiclose student of industrial, social and political affairs, aud as such I wish to submit a few facts aud points for the consideration of those interested in (the drink question, especially those who are out for prohibition. "It is not stretching language to say that the prohibition movement is inn mainly on falsehoods. It is certainly true to say that the bulk of cur temperance advocates are unsafe guides. Most of them are unacquainted with the facts and actualities of industry aud working class life. Tliey are mostly favored persons who have ne\jer worked in distressing fumes, intense heat, choking dust. Thev. have "not ex perienced the unnatural thirst created by certain occupations. ■'They are persons who do not usually turn out of bed at 5 In the morning, to be at w...

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