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In Memory of the Brave. SPECIAL SERVICE AT RETREVT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

In P.fernory of the Brave. SPECIAL SERVICE AT RETRE.VT. The lawn fronting the residence of Mr C. M'Allister, "Myrtle Park," wae the scene of a most impressive combined Iu Memoriam service last fur.day afternoon, when the resi dents of Retreat gathered in force to pay their respects to the memory oi three brave district soldiers, who tad responded early to the Empire's call for defenders, and after con siderable service, made the supreme sacrifice. The fallen brave were Sergeant Scoullar anl Privates Haines and Campbell. Rev,. C. H. Hain (Presbyterian) delivered o very touching ed dress, and during the service Mrs Batchel or rendered a solo, "Looking This Way," with nice expression. A sttong choir, under the leadership of Mrs McAllister, ' rendered the special anthem, "Peacefully Sleep." A presentation was made to the parents of the fallen soldiers in the fotni-'of^.a chasely designed memorial) tablet, wrought in silver aud mount ed on oak. Each tablet bore a suit able inscription. T...

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 — 5 December 1919

DON'T HE A 13ILIOUS NUISANCE. When your system ic full of bile you have a heudaclio, a bad taste iu your mouth, parched lips, fool irritable 'and cantankerous. Don't continue being a bilious nuaiauco to yourself and everyone else. Talco (Jhfujiborlain's Tableto and you will feel like now. They will cleanse y<mr stomach, iiver and bowela, sweeten our stomach, and clear vour head. Sold vorvwhere. General Secretary. Farmers' and Settlers' Association of New South Wales, one of the best known of Sydney's commercial citizeni, having held this important posi tion for vein, gives this voluntary testimony to CLtMENTS TONIC, btciuie he states it meriti it Farmers' cud Settlers' " N.F rl.S.__ 27/7/16 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "Knowing the value of Clement* Tonic from personal use nod ex perience, I do not hesitate to give you my opinion of it, simply put&ng Into words what 1 liave so often spoken. "I believe It to be a very floe blood and nerve tonic. I know thot It has benefitte...

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

Looat.and Qensra! Last Friday afternoon the Govern or-General turned the firstsod of the Mitta Mitta weir, above Albury. It has been practically docided that the top of the great wall will bo propared is a roadway to give communication between New South Wales and Vic toria. It will have a length of 3,600 feet, and will take the place of the Hawksview bridge, higher up, which will be aubmorgod. Township'sites have been prepared, both on the Albury side acd at Ebden, on the Victorian side, where the principal earthwork will be carried out. When completed the dam will im pound a million acre feet of wafer, and will be the fifth largest of its kind in the world." Tocumwal is at present sufferiug from a latnb nuisanoe, and complaintB are rife. Scores of young lambs, too weak to travel, were giveu away or abandoned by drovers when flocks were being driven through the town chip. At first, when there wnB a fair amount of greeii feed in everyone's' back yard or on vacant allotments, and the ...

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 — 5 December 1919

A Valuable Recipe FOR COUGH, INFLUENZA, ASTHMA, , AND BRONCHITIS MIXTURE, fo An invaluable mixture for Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Whooping Cough, In fluenza, and Soro Throats may be made up by anyone in a few momenta. Here ia tho recipy, which is worth cutting out:—To a large, breakfastcupful of warm water add three tableapoonl'uls of treacle or honey, four tablespoonfuls of sujjar, and two table spoonfula of vinegar. When cool, add 1 oz. of Heenzo, and place in a largo tightly corked, clean bottle. (If treacle or honey are not at hand use doublo quantity of sugar). TUo above recipe produces a family cnpply of mixture which Has no superior for loosen ing phlegm, easing coughs, and soothing sore tliroatB. A like quantity of ordinary ready-made mixturos put up in .a lot of little bottles would cjst anything up to 30/« or more, according to quality. As Heenzo is of best quality, and may bo obtainod from any chemist or otoro for 2/-, it will ba readily 6een that a big mon^y-saving is to...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Attending a Sick Horse. A CLAIM REDUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

Attending a Sick Horse. A CLAIM REUUCKD. In the small debts court at Berri gan last week before Mr Lung field, P.M., J. Crisfield and Son, for whom Mr A. H. Windeyer, of Deniliquin, appeared, proceeded against C. N.. Culley, of Naraudera for whom Sir H. P. Whilty appear ed, lor the. recovery of .£31/10/ profes-sional fees in attending to a sick horse. The evidence of James M. Cris field was to the cftict that ia re ppoiiBe to a ■ telephone call on 19th September last from Mr Carey, the defendant's trainer, he went to 'i'ocurawal in a motor car provided by Mr Carey to attend a sick hor.se. When he got lliere he found the horse suffering from drastic poison ing, the musclos were contracted and it could not stand up. He treated the horse, and was with it about ha'f an hour, and it was out of danger when he left. Ho also left an injection with Mr M "i'aggart to be given the horse later. His usual charges were 10/6 per mile one way . for travelling, and lie claimed .£18/18,'' for his ser...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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WORLD'S MOST CURIOUS CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

.WORLD'S MOST CURIOUS CITY. The most curiouB of cities consists of wooden hut& on wheels, to tho number of about one hundred and thirty, ivhich, when the reason ar rives, are rolled on to fcb'e ice on Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron. The population of thiB* city without a name is about five hundred. Each hut is fitted with cooking utensil?, ham mocks, and a stove, and is occupied by three men, whose business on the ice is to follow a peculiar method of fishing. In the centre of each*hut a hole, about a yM square, is dug to the water. One of the fishermen then take© a live fish of the herring tribe, and nfter fastening it to a piece of pack-thread drop» it into tho water. 'Che fish dashes a»way as swift as an arrow, until it it* pulled up by the thread, v.hcn it returns towardn the bole followed by a host of pike and other fioh desirous to feaat on the dainty morsel. Boside the Hole stand ,t-bc fishermen, harpoon it hand, wait* in<j tho arrival of the pureuwa, who a:e rece...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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SECRETS OF THE EYES. AN OBSERVER ON THEIR CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 5 December 1919

SECRETS OF THE EYES. AM 03SEIIVER ON THEIR CHARACTER. Your character may bo sho^n by your eyee, according to nn observer who appears to have made a pprMal F.tudy of the subject.. There is morF. bhr&wdncfs and character of observa tion with deep-set eyes than with vrominent ones, sayw thin physiolo gist, and he continues "Whatever we perceive ir» convcynl to the brain by moans of the opti'. nerve. Thus the deeper the ercs nvn pet. in the head tha closer their prnv imity to the brain. The nerve IminK shorter accounts for a quicker trans mission of sensation and sicht.. "A projecting eye more readily rc ceiven impressions from surrounding objects. It indicates ready and\uni versal observation, without a Jack of closo scrutiny and perception of in dividual things. •'Pcoplo with deep-set eycp reroivo more definite and accurate impres sions, but they are lera readily im pressed an«'i less discursive in their ! views. Round-eyed peoplu roe much and live much in the eensen, l^t thin...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

TUI5V DON'T REALISE TIIK'DANUEB Many parents do not realise the da ugor uf an.,unusu<il looseness of a child'a, bowels in the summer timo and allow tho trouble to continue until tho child is in a stnto of collapse from weakness. If Chamberlain's Colic and D|urrhoea Kemody is given at the first unusual looseness of tlie bowols, an attack of summer complaint can bo avoidei Sold Everywhere.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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CALENDAR 1919 DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

CALENDAR 1919 DECEMBER. Sun Rises. Sets. HUH M 12—Friday 4 52 7 35 13—Saturday 4 52 7 30 J 4—Sunday -I 52 7 37 15—Monday 5 52 7 37 16—Tuesday 4 53 7 38 17—Wedn.sday 4 53 7 39 18—Thursday 4 5.3 7 40 Moon. First Quarter—1st at 2.47 a.m. Full Moon—7tli at 8.4 am. Last Quarter—14th at 4 2 a.m. New Moon—22nd at 8.55 a.m.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

STAY IN BED. Tho greatest dimmer from influenza i«. it* great tendency to result in pneumonia. Tho danger can bo avoided if Chamber lain'a Cough Kcmedy is used and tho patient atuyu in bed until tho foyer sub sides. Wo h.ive never known nn attack of influenza to result in pneumonia- when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been taken. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Cricket. The Tocumwal cricket eleven visited Cobram last Saturday, and the first "inter-State" match for some years resulted in a win for the Welshmen. The visitors' an ticipations of spending a delightful afternoon were more than realised, for memories of pleasant relation ships in the past were revived by the "old 'uns," and the new blood aoon came under the spell of the hospitality of the Cobramites. At the close of a very enjoyable game cheers were given by each team, and when Captain Syd. Scott, the home team's skipper, spoke of a re turn game on the 20th inst., proof was given that the vanquished were early on the warpath to regain the ashes for Victoria. Tocumwal had fitst hand with the bat, and they put up n respeot able 111." New men in the team were M 'IIwraith, Falkiner, Camp bell and Alt, who, besides being cricketers of varying merit, are en tBtisiasts who are sure to revive local interest in the grand old sum mer game. Unfortunately practi cally'all the Toke players to...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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The Same Old British Way. No Extremism for Motherland. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

The Same Old British Way. No Extremism for Motherland. Sydney Brooks, the emineut Biitish publicist, kaows his own p;ople. He knew them when he wrote lecently in the "North American Review" that prohibition was about the last cause evet likely to succeed in England and that he rejoiced thereat. The British race Ins a genius for compromise, for taking the level-headed middle course, for avoiding the perils of extremes. As it has been with other things, so it is with the liquor question. The "New York recently hid a "frankly laudatory article on the success of drink regulation in Britain as op posed to drink prohibition in U.S. A. Britain's way is the fruit of ripe experience. America's way is born of the restless df9ire for ex periment. And as between experi ence and experiment thereia.no difficulty of chojce for the wise man. "At no previous time has the popular feeling ajjainst it"—i.e. against prohibition™"been more pronounced", said the London "Times" iecent'y quoting an auth ori...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Giieeriness Abounds at— Routledges Xmas Fair The moment you cntor the doors you ■will recognise it as the Xmas Store of the Kiverina. Tho splendid stock of gilts tells how well wo have planned to make your shopping easy in both parse aud mind. 41 i Here Xmas Buying is a Pleasure For the variety, of the good things assembled makes it an easy matter to sccare appropriate gifts for all. Toys for the Children Here are the Toys the children lore," and at a price the parents can. afford to pay. Give tho youngsters a good timo by . leiiing-- fchom • roo our disrvJay. preciate it mor A Man Likes Practi cal Things G ive him a tie o?* sliirfc. He will ap* than anything else. Afc BouUeage'p Styles and Prices are both right,. Good Gifts AoPlenty mid varied enough • to suit all tastes. Fancy Crockery is always n» acceptable gift; our stocks offer many usoful suggestions. Cool Summer Blouses Whether for Gifts or personal -Wear, you will find our display of New Senson's Blouses, etc., all that is ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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A Serious Charge. ACCUSED REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

A Serious Charge. ACCUSED 'REMANDED. At the Tocurowal court last Monday a young man named -Ed ward Or. Wood, aged 24, was ar r.dgued on the following charge: 'That in September, 1919, at Ba rooga, he did unlawfully and car nally kuovv a girl then above the age of 10 years and under 16, to wit of the age of 15 years." Sergt. Byrne asked for a remand of eight days, which was granted by the presiding magistrate, Mr P. Qui k, J.P. Bail was granted, accused in £100 and two sureties of £50 each.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Personal. Mr Stifilc'oii, our new post master,.«ho arrived at Toctitnwal. Inst Thursday evening to enter into bis new duties( here, was transferred from the |unee office. Duiiig bis six years' residence in that town ship Mr Stapietou was closely iden tified with many public movements, and on the family's departure the expressions of good will were both numerous and sincere. ■ Mr Currie, secretary of the Loyal Tocumwal Lodge, has received an intimation announcing the demise of Bro. Earl, formerly a resident of this district, which took place at Cliewton (.Vic.) recently. The late Mr Earl was down to a pro longed illness for some years, and ouly a few months back the local lodge made an appeal to the sister lodges throughout the State for as sistance on his behalf, which, we are pleased to state, was most gen eiously supported. Fijends of Mr- and Mrs Love at tended in force at the Pavilion on Wednesday night to publicly bid tbern farewell prior to their depar ture from the district, M...

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Indecent Postcards. HEAVY FINE RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Indecent Postcards. - HEAVY FINE RECORDED. At the Tocumwal court last Fri day, feefore Messrs Hill ind Barton J's.P. Thomas Raynard was charged by Sergt. Byrne that on or about July last at Tocumwal he did deliv er tix indecent postcards. Accused was undefended and pleaded guilty, but did not make any statement in answer to the charge. The postcards (produced) were of a revoliingly disgusting nature, .and evidently came from Europe. Sergt Byrne said defeudant was an amateur photographer, who confessed to having taken a lot of indecent postcards and sold them, and had made a good de:4 of money out of ihem. The six postcards (lie subject of the charge) he had evidence to prove that accused had shown them to a young boy in one of the public streets of the town. Raynard was fined £5 with 8/ court costs, in default 14 day's hard labor.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

to me, and 1 will dis pense and forward it to j yon by return train. The .Mail Order sec tion of niv business re I ceives special attention, and any medicine you writo for will be sent to you without delay. None but the best Drugs and Chemicals are used and every care is tukeu in compounding. Prices al ways reason able. j ; I also carry a large i "stock of Patent ami i . Proprietary Medicines, . j Special Foods, Bandages, Lint, Face Creams ami j Toilet Specialties. »£tFfT a. guenther chemist & Jmuooisr, | Telophoue 10, Numurkah, vie. j Tocumwal Paddy s Market * : ST A LLS if- EACH PKK WEI5K. You can soil anything in Tocunnval— | Iho future Fodcral C'ontral Contmor* cial City of thu Commonwealth. Full particulars from— Z. BLOt)MFIELD, Tocumwal NOTR.—Owing to difficulty in procuring building material, cloluy in railway transit olc., no liability accepted except definite a:rango ments first made. In consequence of extreme ill he'allh, the SUdtuin, Exhibition, jetc., will ba\&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

/irrrn ar"1'CAWS ''f0R]*e''a^TERAo';?'<3F°THE Ec:0fifTixurlOH^ "'"■ " "' "V* "» '»< ">' '•'"^' c' l^e CuaiUlutloii 10 ALTER SECTION FIFTl'-ONE OF ' .'"lS® K!/K c»°u^ri'r„ei",°"T-' r-«*"""""" °> a> 0. AWMli* or^SK&sl BS^fflJ-aS !Ms£i°fea I -ncS=i«n'°T Wff' """•'"'"""•°'"* »«i»" .ftoj;»"Eci, .i..rs,.*Kr" 3s; ■(xxxv) ysBBiliaNsn-ana-aft)rtr»hen-«w-th9-pre ■ (c) the^tornis and conditions* ol laiour and employment In &qjt trftfi«» Inflottry, occupation or calling; (d) thorlgitts and obligations of employora and employees SSSfe o, |™ '"!Sto/mV°K-°'"" *"<""* U" *""" *""*U°''",te "--I-. ™>mlW1" AUtutlra aattautanoc ':' i a?&»s '' $ ||H|^ .. ».«>»»■<«,= ^SIHlS^^ar^ {^lasRsstaswa'-" «.tt « >« 60.U. wdS'SK61 ,om«?KA.RS,u1S?;B„»,1>w.H1 THE Useful 1 THE HOME XMAS and OF Practical 0 A IVTTP A SHOPPING Gifts for SAWiA CENTRE XMAS GLAUS Xmas Wear in Silk, Tenuis, and Fashion Shirts; Ties—Boys' - Washing, Knitte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

JOHN BRISE BERRD 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.SAV. and Victoria. Will attend all eourts as required W. REGINALD JOHNSON, . . . SOLICITOR ... MURRAY STREET, TOBUMWHl,. QUIRK'S HOTEL, FINLEY. Every Tuesday.. Commissioner for affidavits. Trust moneys to lond iu sums of £ 100 or more, J. Crisfield, Veterinary Surgeon, M.V.S.V; Registered Practitioner, Victoria. WILL Visit' TOCUMWAL EVERY FRIDAY on and after January 31, ond may be con sulted at Staples' Tocutmva! Hotel. Licontiate of Dental Surgery, ^ University Batoholor of Dental Surgery, > of Sydney K.D.S., N.S.W.. and Victoria. T)EGS to inform tho public of Tooumwa JLJ and the Southern Eivoriua that ho has commenced to practice his profession at Tocumwii. • Hddress—Deniliquin Street (adjoining Mr Currip, Nowsagent). Visits FINLEY Kvory Tuesday. ,, BERR1GAN Every Thursday. Miss Muri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

UUIUNU THE SUMMKK MONTHS. rarticuTar euro hIioiiUI bo' taken. with .V"ii»h' eluldron, aw th'oy aro mibjeot £0 disordora of blie IjowqIs., Any uuu^ual Joutj«))M!68 of thu bo\yols tibould iiuvu im'mod: iijlo aUonlion, und for this nu hotter medi eiuo can ho yiyon than Chaaiborjam's Colic and hiatrlwma lioniody. Not otily Ji ' Clianihorluin'ti Colic and Diarrhoea Koniody prompt hi its notion, but 'ifc; lias such a pjousunt iabto that tboio is no troublo ia gotting childron to take itt Sold ovory whoio.

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