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Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL, and Finley Free Prese. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919 Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL, ami Finley Frea Prose. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919 Local and General Attention of our readers Is'drawn to the sale of furniture and effects to be conducted by Quirk & Co., on behalf of Mr Terence Boyle, to take place to-morrow afternoon at the old (Hilison's) hall.' The full cata logue of articles is advertised else where. M'Kenzie & Co., auctioneers, Jerilderle, advertise an auction sale of iron, etc. at Jerilderie to-morrow week. Mr Ball 011 Wednesday was taunt ed more than once whether inter s'ato jealousy was not the chief reason for' Toeuunval's bad plight in respect to public utilities, when compared with towns of similar Im portance not so near the border. Our member replied that he had' had that question dinned iuto his head for more than twenty yeais right throughout the border elec torate which he represented. He admitted that there may be much to justify that conclusion being ar rived at, but he w...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Churches. Services for Sabbath next [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

The Churches. Services (or Sabbath nexti ANGLICAN.—Huly Commun ion and Litany 10 a.m., Evensong 7.30. Rev, H. Linton, M.A. CATHOLIC . — Barooga, Mass 8.30 a.m. Tocamwal, Mass 10.30 a m. ; evening devotions, 7,30. Rev. P. J. O'Reilly, METHODIST.—Tueijrawal II a in. Mr J. M. Arthur. ' l'RKSBY FliRIAN,— Tocmnwal ll a m., Fuiley 3 and 7.30 p.m. Rev. C. II. I-Iain.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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BRITISH GUNNERS. MARVELLOUS ENDURANCE AND COURAGE. UNCEASING TOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

BRITISH GUNNERS. JlARVKU,Olia ENDURANCE ANn . COUHAMS. UNCEASING TOIL. H'rifinj: to tho "Dafly Chronicle" from tin* War Correspondents Hovl ramrters, Mr. Philip (liblm pnya ft hi^'h tribute to the work'of* the Brit ish gUni'.crR. I marvelled, ho says, at thctgunnorn who have gone on ro lon&vso long through the day« and nigbtR—feeding i.hoqn' iiioiifltcro, ' Tho Infantry , hayo iu:»t »iuyi"/ vimwr it i« they whofight with flesh nn<l blood ngninst the mac hinery of filaughtor which is eHag^in nt them. It in thoy that go out v.tobii the holds on that wild Adven ture into the unknown. But tho gunners standing by flu? 18 pounders, and the heavies in tho sod* den field with, plica of Bholh; about thorn mid great dumpn nearby, bavo no eany, pleasant time. On tho morning of tho last battle. I saw the enemy's shells searching tor thorn, Hinging up earth Ahojut their batteriea, ploughing deop hole* f.n either side of them. They worked in the cIobo neighbourhood of death, am...

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

THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL THE best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Cab meets (ill trains. FRANK STAPLES. Proprietor TERMINUS HOTEL HA.VINO* taken ovor theabovo well knownHotel doairoa to notify that ifc ^vill bo • carried on in tho most UP-TO-DATE Manner. Every accommodation for visitors and the Travelling. Public. Hot; and Cold- Oath?. Pali sized Milliard TjvWo. Commercial ttooms, Sample Rooms, etc. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. '*. . Good Stabling and an Attontivo Groom always in Attendance. TOCUMWAL . ' EXCELLENT CUISINE. .Only fchs: fJ33C li.iinl* of Wnu;, .VIis uu'l rfpirifc* U'.'pf, m Stoolc. '4' w « • HIGH STREET. SHEPPARTON THIS new ami commodious Hostalry lias beou taken ovor by Miss Maloney (late of tho Royal Hotel). This i« sufKcionfc guarantee that tbo Hotel will bo conducted on up-to-dato methods, with every comfort and convenience. Hot.and Cold Baths Installed MERLS FOR EHRLY TRHINS Meals for Travellers at all Ho...

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

Poison "Laid. NOT I OH is IhmvIiv iMvvt. dial . P..is,m Ims l.cun' la..I ui. n.y piopoily, known lis-"C.isnyV I'ml douk," lieiir TniMinnval. W. 1?. A. UDWIOK, NOTICE. ANY Peison found Shooting, i* ishiijg, or Trespassing with Stock on "Bcfgagamma" will be prosecuted without further warn i"g- . W. E. A. ED WICK. Private Hosf>iia15' ■ NURSH LEO, (Cort ), begH to notify llio Public that she has opon ed 11 Piiviuo Hospital in Tonimnval, registered by llio Central 'Hoard of Health, Sydney Surgicnl a)id Midwifery Ciikos. Murray f.t-reel.. 'Phono 40 Geo. Moore, CENTAL CARRIER, TOCUM WAL. iNOTIKIliS I cuumiv,11 anil Dis Iriit Resident;, lli.'it lie is pre pared to undertake all ("hisses of Carrying. Wood, onrnl, l.irascl and l.narii Cprled to anv Address. ' I'lionc—1">7 TeeuMWflL. Produce Merchant, Forwarding and Transhipping Agent. Tl'ui:k.s houiivoiI lor Kill. Slock for t in: Sloibotijiio -Market. AG HNTS KOIt— 1'oiittgliNsbiiml, Umv an;! L'n. Richard Hoi'nsliy & Sons' L'nlr...

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

BIRDS DRESS WOUNDS. Many'"birds, particularly Ihoso that vr? prey for Bportsmen, poBS£$s the f.u-iilty of wilfully dressing \vo«n:l«. ;'!iiiiic will even set bone*?, takiiv; »l«*'r o • n fathers to fprpi tbe proper Wcx d.iRC-'t A Kjvnch naturalist writes that on ;i number of occasiony thai,-lit* lias woodcocks ,thal wert\ when shot s wins from wounds previously riy r?i 'j:l. In every hMtntuw h5 fouul the old in'jury neatly. dress?d with dov.n plucked from the stem feather, and skilfully arranged over tlu» wound evidently by the beak of the bird. Jn s:mn instances a solid planter was t'ms formed, and in others 'bandages li:.d been applied to wounds or bro'.i in limbs. One day he killed a bird tbut had evidently been severely wounded at porno rec-eut period. The wound whr covered and protected by a f-ort of network of feat hero, which had been rlue.Uod by the bird, from its own body and ao arranged ns to form a plaster, completely covering and also protecting tbe wounded surface.

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

CANDID ATES FOR .SENATE'! The followiug is ihe list of candi dates standing for election to the Senate to-morrow;— ■ NEW SOUTH WALES CJox, Nationalist v Duncau, Nationalist Garling, Nation ilist - ■ Kalkluer, Farmers Gardiner, Labor Grant, Labor MoDougal, Labor s • ■ ' Corcoran, Socialist Judd, Socialist McMahon, Socialist Conroy, Independent'! VICTORIA, Barker, Labor Barnes, Labor Bindley, Labor i . / Elliott, Nationalist Guthrie, Nationalist Russel, Nationalist Paterson, Farmers Itses, Farmers , . Resoigli, farmers

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

DON'T BE A BILIOUS NUISANCE." When your system is full of bile you luivo a headache, a bad taste in your mouth, parchod lips, feel irritable and cantankerous. Don't continue being a bilious nusiauce to yourself and'everyone olse. Take Chamborlain's Tablets and you will feel like now. They will cleanse your stomach, liver and.bowols, awoeten our stomach, and clear your head. Sold vorywhero. "illy Nerves were in a shocking state." "I was very nervous, a knock at tho .door would alarm mo." MRS. MARY GRAY, ol 41 Vic loria Street, Paddinglon, writes (his story about her nerves and what did (or them CLEMENTSTONIC, Ltd. " I am sure it will please you to know that I have heard only lately of many splendid cures effected by your medicine after other remedies had been tried without giving relief." " 1 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 tha...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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HOW TO VOTE. NEW SYSTKM EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

HOW TO VOTE. . NEW SYSTKM EXPLAINED. Three ballut papers will be is- " sn d to each elector to-morrow. one for the Senate, one for the House of Representatives,.ami one for the: Referendum, , .. . In voting for the Senate the eicctjar is required', to indicate tue' older of his preference for at least seven candidates. . tie inay, if he. . so de-iires, further indicate tlie or- : derof his preference for the re maining" candidates. Preference <vill lie indicated l"y using the ■figures'1 t'j 7 inclusive, and then the figures 8 to II if It is desired to vote for ,Uie rem lining two can didates,. . If an elector cxerji.ses his prefer ence voto for fewer thnuseveu can didates or if he duplicates or 'omits i number betwo'L'ii 1 and 7:1n indi cating liis-p'efcruii e, his vot-i-. will be )nfor:n..l All elector,'desiiin>; to vote th; National ticket for instance will thus give hij.fiiv.t, second" and third preference^ votes tp the three National candid ites in such order v as ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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The Elections. To-morrow's Poll. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

The Elections. To-morrow's Poll. To-morrow electors throughout the Oommouwoalth tiro callud upou to elect a iieW Parliament. Voters aro reminded that the pulling booths will bo opened at eight in the morn ing, and kept open till eight at even ing The polling booths in this dis trict are at Tocumwal (Pavilion), Wooragubogra (school), Fiuloy (School of Arts) , For the Repre sentatives wo have two candidates standing, Mr Ghav.ter, the rotiring member, who is standing again us a Nationaliot and follower of Mr Hughes, and Mr Hoad, a young Junco resident, who is vigorously upholding fcho Labor platform. There aro no less than eleven aspir ants for the Senate's tlireo vacancies —a trio of Socialists, a trio of Labor ites, a trio of Nationalists, ono Farm ers' representative, and an Independ ent. If electors vote for seven of these by placing the figures 1 to 7 in the squares opposite the names in the order the}' would like to' see them elected, it will make the bal lot paper valid and in o...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Deputations. MR BALL KEPT BUSY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Deputations. MR BALL KEPT .BUSY. The piesence of Mr Ball, Minis ter of Public Works ami ft.iihva;. s, At Tocuinwal last Wednesday, gave local residents tile oppo:tuuity of makiug it a 'grievance day," and our popular member faced a laige number of depulatioiiist; at Staples' hotel, and patiently gave an ear to tlieir views. Among other matters dealt with were the following : — Repatriation. Mr Davies expressed the wide disappointment felt at the inability of the local leagues to get locil men settled in the district, aud asked Mr Ball to exert his strongest in fluence on our diggers' behalf. Mr Ashford bad given a promiso that if the laud were got and fair values made he would consider it ; but somehow departmental valueis had a different tale to tell when here to their reports sent in. Messrs \T. Loaney, W. J. Quirk, W". Nelson and others spoke in sup poit. _ Mr. G. Reyuollsoti said what he wished to impress on Air Bill's mind was the necessity of placing returned soldiers within f...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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ADDRESS BY HON. R. T. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

ADDRESS liV HON. R. T. . BAIJ,. Hou. Ii. T. CalJ, Minister of Works and Railways', is. f(t,present touring tlie Rivsrina principally to deal with departmental matters, lyit at the same time ready to lend support to the JJationa'ist cause. He arrived at 'J'octtuHv il on Wed nesday, ami under the spreading fig tree alongside Roulledge's store he delivered a short address in the afternoon. Cr'J. D.. Davi;s occu pied the chair, and there was a fair attendance of supporters of both sides. Mr Bull addressed liis remarks chiefly oil thtf-efforts of the.Huglies Government towards winning the war, and eulogised iis ma y great achievements. It is just as neces sary, lie remarked, to have I he good work continued until the soldic s ,weri: repatriated, and he regarded W. M. Ilughcs as the man for the position. He referred to Mr Ryan'; administration of Qiiceiislaud, and remarked of hinj in d ])is party that if the Nation..li t-i pioniisoda thing Mr Kyau' was ceil.-jin t/a go one belter lo Uy i&...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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MR HOAD'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

I MR HOAD'S ADDRESS. The cause of Labor strong at 'fooumvial, imd when Hv Iload rose to deliver his address at tho Pavilion last Friday evening, ho faooil a ivoll tillud luill imd mot with a good re ception -Mr, M.Looney occupied tho chair, and the candidate-.was supported by Messrs Floming and Gullis, two local stalwarts, uf Labor. Mr.' H'oad- spoke at length, and fully enunciated tho Labor platform, his address being piu.cluated with applanso It was jioticoablo, -aB with most speakers oil each side in tliis political campaign, that criticism was hurled at* length on tlio loader iu opposition, and Mr Hoad's ab horrenco of Mr Hughes and .nearly all his actions, and his admiration for Mr Ryan, was on ti par with the, vice-versa tactics of tlio other side. Somehow this seems tlie most import., aut part in propaganda work these tiuiea, and the vigor of denunciation may iu part be one of the results of tho world-war, whicli has lauglit;n3 all the art of oamnflage Mr Hoad, comparatively ...

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

Share Farming Disputes. For upwaids of two weeks a large number of resid-.ii's compris ing principals, counsel arid wit nesses, have been in far away Syd ney ende.'tvoriug to. adjust some share-farming disputes through the medium of the law couits. Breeu v. Doylo was decided in favor, of the plaintiff, who secured a verdict for ,£167. Mr J. 1!. Beard engaged counsel for the plaintiff, and Mr W. R. Johnsou ior defendant-. E. G. Henderdou v. Doyle is pro ceeding.

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

Local and General Just now wlien tho people of tlie Rivorina-districts are turning their thoughts to tho summer holidays n tour through Tasmania must appeal as an idea! trip Beautiful Tasmania with its gurgeous scouery, giant treos grand mountains, and pleasant waterways, combinod with,tho mark ed hospitality o£ its people, has special attractions for people in need of a complete change, and, moreover, it is not costly. At tho local cont last Saturday (before Mossrs Hill" and Hutson J's.P.) Tbomns Ford, a stranger to the distiict, was fined 10/ or 3 day's imprisonment, for indecent behaviour in a public place. Mr West, departmental inspector, paid bis annual visit to the local public school at the end of last week. We are givento understand the results reflected the highest credit on Mr Hobson and his staff, the scholars acquitting themselves well 111 every grade. To-morrow the annual fair and Xmas tree, on behalf of the Presby terian Church building fuud, will take place i» the chu...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Self-healing Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Self-healing Trees. When a bullet or any foreign body penetrates a treo not sufficiently to kill it, the wound cicatrizes almost In exactly the same way ao a wound on the human body heal?. If it did not, destructive miorobce would eater and cause decay of the ttosuis. Trees are very weH equipped lor healing their wounds, and, moro for tunate than we, an antiseptic dress ing is almost automatically applied. As soon as the lesion has talcen place the vegetable reacts to the wounded spot ; its breathing at this point is quickened and at the same time protein matters are rushed to the scene. Many plants are provided with ac creting canals filled with more or lees gummy pulmtances which are instant ly poured over the wounded ourface and protect it. This i« true especial ly of the conifers—pines, flr&, otc.— o! which the resin makes a swift and impermeable antiseptic dressing. In trees that have little or no resin the wounded part turns brown. .This iB due to the appearance of a j...

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

Cash Column. Prepaid Advertisements iuuei'tod for One Shilling every 1- Words. ■ liouking ,25 per cent. okU'3, ENVJ3LOPHS.—Guud, Quality, nt 3d, 4d and Gd por packet.— ,'jCJ.uif)i'(liaii" Office. CYDNEV V^fT.QllS. - The Wal ~ larinRn Mansions, ^I';u).ral liay Spk'iidid House, Moderate Terms. I PS'I\—Solf-lilliiig Fouutaln Poll ^ (V/u-J.ci'11111n). Hewnrd on re turning tu Tjiie .Qf)ice. ' LOST.—lu DeniliciuiiPBlioof., Ijc .Iweoii Aluproiy's Siftljleii nnd' Staples' IjCotul, GuiimoW Wutoli and Clmin. Koiyani tipril.iealioti— J. McGttORY, Water Carts CAN now give delivery limited number. Order early. CQXON'S FOUNDRY, Numurkah. " SV' , ' , •"* V'\ 7 : *

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

1'ILES AND ECZEMA. Few maladies -uro moro diatasto t\»l or harder to bear than piles, pi'aomu, and any itching skin dis* oabr. rlLES> mod. littlo description to ';ho dnfortunato sulforer. They grow tvurso tho longor tlioy aro negleo ted, until tho pationt cannot bo seated ;n comfort, and dreads ris ing from a^eeat or stepping from a curb. ECZEMA starts with an eruption o! littlo blisters, which smart and itoh Intolorably, giving tho pationt littlo poace * day or night. Thcoo blistori aro orowdod togothor on broad irregular patchoa of bright red skin, and may spread with rapidity. HIVES AND SHINGLES, although not ao oommon as piles TRADE MARK en ™ Tostsse patient for lifo. Even whon apparently cured, these diooasoa aro apt to return Again and again. ^ DOAN'S OINTMENT gives prompt rolief in all forms of itching skin diseaeo, and it ia Boldom that one tin is not found ample for' a permanent euro. Even in cases whore patients haro boon told that only an operation could remove piles, ...

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Australian Sentiment. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Australian Sentiment. The Austialian sentimeut. as understood by sa'ie thinkiug Australians is the maintenance of our policy of White Australia .and National defence, aud tbe con tinuance of our position in the British Kmpire. But what is the sentiment as. understood - by the Ryanite revolutionaries who are now seok ing your votes? , . One of the sentiments tbe Labor. Party is going to cultivate is the "fullest powers of self-determina tion" for Australia. The saviours of the \yorld are out for "aelf-de termination" for Irelaud and "self detemiuation" for Australia. Men are to be "prevented" from defending tbe Empire without a referendum. The defence link of the Empire is to be severed. Appeals to tbe •Privy Council—tbe judicial links of the Eujpire—?ai'i to be abolished. The power of veto and the power of reservation of the Gov.-General, the political links of the Empire, are to be abolished They say they are not out to "cut the'painter, "ljut they propose de finitely to cut out ev...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Famous Cripples. WHOSE FAME HAS TRAVELLED ALL OVER THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

Famous Cripples. WHOSE FAME HAS TRAVELLED ■ ALL OVER THE WORLD. Lord Byron had a club foot and was acutely conscious of tho fact tc hie last day.. Yet-he was a fine boxer, having taken lessors from one of tho famous "bruisers" of his time; he woo also a splendid dancer, and, as everybody knows, he swam the Hellespont, the Dardanelles, in emu lation of one of his Greek heroes, Leander. Sir Walter Scott was also a crip* pie, yet in spite of his disability was a most active man. One night i:i early boyhood he was chased round the room by his- mother, who wished to pack him off to bed. In the morn ing he was affected with fever, and after three days it was found that he had lost the use of his right leg. He never wholly recovered the use of this limb and always walked lame, with a heavy otep. Yet he v.*ao very active as he grew up, fighting and climbing with the other boys. It is probable that his- early affliction, however, had giuch to do with tho special direction his genius took, fo...

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