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KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

KITCHEN WRINKLES. Wash a potato, wipe dry, and pot It. ie your bread-pan. It will keep t.be bread fresh for dojrs. Salt placed under hoki&g-tins in an oven prevents their bupaing. • Salt will quickly clean a discolour ed bath or enamelled utsasils. Vinegar—a teacupful—in a warm bath, will take away all stiffness af ter cycling, etc. Vinegar will make a new gaa jiantlo last much longer, Soak five minutes, dry, and burn . off. If eggs you are about to boil are cracked, add a little vinegar to the water, and they can be boiled as sat* I tfifnctorlly as undamaged ones. Take great care of the milk ; unless you have a very cool ptace to keep it, boil it as soon as it arrives. Keep it covered with a clean muslin cloth. When cooking greens boil & piece of parsley in with them. This prevents auy disagreeable smell. When soaking a cauliflower don't add salt to the water. It kills the insects,- and they aro left in the vege table. To remove fruit-satins from linen, stretch the ...

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 — 12 December 1919

^ JOB PRINTING «i> EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH GUARDIAN OFFICE WEBB & WILLIAMS ■ == PROPRIETORS ==

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 12 December 1919

INTERESTING ITEMS. In the diocese of Southward the i"80 for a marriage licence has, iu ■roKnary cases, been lowered to £2., viie special "soldier's lioence" will remain'at 10/, A New Zealand record In recruiting hafl been crcated by the enlistment of the entire population of Campbell Island—the seven Norton brothers/ who were sheep termers. It's often nauoh eerier to convince others than it' to to convince our-" selves,

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 — 19 December 1919

Christmas and New Ymv Excursion!) UO[jIDAV Excursion Tickets on issue lOtli December till 1st January, available';for return on and after 25th December till 3rd Febru ary (inclusive). JO x tr iv Trains. Ou. 25th December a train will leave Tocumwal at 5 a.ra.rand Cob ram at 4.50 a.m. "for Numurktih, connecting with the 6.8 a.m. through train to Melbourne. | Guo. H. Sutton, Secretary. Xmas Holidays 'J'HE undermentioned Store r keepers have decided to CLOSE their Business Estab lishments for the Holidays as follows :—Christmas Day, Box ing Day, and Saturday, Deo 27. Also Thursday, January 1st. The Stores will remain open until 10 o'clock Xnias Eve. BROWN CORKE & CO., H. ROUTLEDGE, I. -FLANAGAN. Saturday, December 20 at 2.30 p.m. FOR SALE BY PDBLIC AUCTION LARGE QUANTITY —At— Jerilderie Show Grounds McKenzie & Go. INSTRUCTED by the Committee * of the .Terilclerie P. anH A. Society •will sell, uh above— • GALYANISED IRON: '672 SlmotH 6ft, Iron 77 „ 7ft. „ 300 „ Sft. „ 3'...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Public School. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Publlc'School. DISTRIBUTION OF 1'UIZHS. Yesterday afternoon u distribu tion of prizes to ik [dare at (lie local public school, and a* very pleasant afternoon >vii> spent by a huge party, iucluding many parents. Years ago this event was ati annua' "tie, but during the wnrjthe custom was allowed to lapse. The proposal to re introduce "prize day" emau.iUd-frotu Mw J. D. Davits, and that lady found :io difficulty in eliciting support from the townspeople for so worthy an object. Nojiless ! thanji 40j,.boobs were donated, the donors being as follow :—Mesdames • Da vies; (2), Casey (2), Fegan (5), Currie (3), Brown (2), Kempson, Hearn, Johnson,'Donkiu'nncl G. H.iSmith; Dr. Hill (3), and Alessrs F. W. Beasley (3), Staples (3), Tuck (2), Hobson (4), Williams, Barton, Dwyer, Hutsou and Lemke. Musical items were rendered by the scholars, which were much on joyed. Refreshments aud a distri bution of sweets helped to make the gathering a 'memorable-one.' The gifts were distributed by Rev....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Correspondence. MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL. (To the Editor.) Dear Sir,—Ouce again I desire to trespass on your space for the Annual Appeal ou behalf of the patients • at Mooroopua Hospital. As many of your readers nre well aware, it is our custom toVlistribute extra to the patients iu the form of good cheer at this season. Iu the past the appeal has alway.-f met with a ready response, aud I am confident that this year will be no exception to the rule. Peace (which we trust will be a lasting oue) has been signed and things are . gradually getting back to normal again. Udder these cir cumstances it is our desire that the occasion will be a memorable odb to the inmates of the institution; and I therefore appeal with confid ence to the charitably disposed. Thanking you for past favors, I am, olr, W. F. MAHER, Secretary.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Holidays. LOCAL AND OTHER ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

The Holidays. LOCAL AND OTHER ARRANGEMENTS. It Is announced in our advertis ing columns by the local general storekeepers^that;they will observe the following holidays next week: —Christmas Day (25th), Boxing Day (26th), and Saturday 27th. The stores will remained open all day next Wednesday (Xmas Eve) until 10 o'clock. The business es tablishments will also observe a close holiday on Thursday, January 1 (New Year's Day.) The public arc asked to note these arrange ments, and make their preparations accordingly. The same holidays j have almost been universally pro- ! claimed throughout tlic common wealth and the observance will' allow both employers am! employees an opportunity to take a welcome holiday either home or away. Excursionists are notified that a special.train will ran from Tocum wul at 5 o'lock Christmas morning .to convey passengers to Melbourne. Excursion fares will be in force on the Victorian railways from now ou till January 1st., available for re turn from December ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

DON'T BEA BILIOUS NUISANCE. When your system is full of bile you have a hoadaohe, a bad taste iu your raovitb, parohod lipB, foel irritable and oantenkerouB. Don't continue being a bilious nuBiance to youvsolf and averyone else. Take Chamberlain's Tablets and you will feel like new. They will cleanse your stomaoh, liver and bowels, sweeten our stomach, and clear your head. Sold verywhere. Xmas Wear I Toys Toys Toys iu Silk, Tenuis, Hud Fashion 'Shirts; Ties—Boys' Washiug, Knitted,.Broad way, Stud Knots and Bows. Collars, in tlie very latest styles in Silk, Cambrick and Dressed Linen. Hundkerohiefs—Silk Lorn and Mofooriaod. Pyjamas, in Crepon, Wincey and Flannelette. Xmas Gifts, in Toys, Dolls, JJeads, eto., TrinkotB, Por fiuties, suitable for young aud old. Auto Stittioiioiy, Xmas and New Year Cards. Xmas Gifts in Dainty Haudkerohiefs, ltib bons, Lace«, Nookivear, Gloves, Hosiery, Camisoles, Blouses, etc., eto. L Grocery and Crockery Departments | Aro fully sLocked, and wo invito yo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why Jack Wears Blue. THAT HE ISN'T IN SCARLET IS DUE TO THE MEREST CHANCE—AND A KING'S QUICK EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

I | Why Jack Wears Blue. THAT IIE ISN'T IN SCARLET IS DUE TO THE MEREST CHANCE— AND A KING'S QUICK EYE. The familiar blue serge uniform of. the British Navy ic known and reB pected in every country in the world, yet few, even among the hundreds of thoucands of men who wear it, know whence it was derived. It was only by the merest chanco that the sailor was not clad in a gold-luce-bedccked tunic of scarlet cloth, with tight blue pantaloona, for, at the time when he was con oidering a uniform for his ao yet motely-clad sailors, King George II. had decided on a rig of thio charac-"' ter. ... Already had the patterns been ap proved, already were the tailors hard at work on the first six hundred uni forms—destined for the men of tba King's own yacht—when hie Majesty taking a ride iu Hyde Park, happen ed to notice the Duchesa of Bedford riding in a habit that for neatness and general spick-and-RpanneBO would be hard to beat. A loose blue-coat blouse, with a white V-piece let in at the nec...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Cheeriness Abounds at Routledges Xmas Fair The moment you enter the doors you "will recognise it na the Xmas Store of the Kiverina. The splendid stook of gilts tells hn.v well vtb have planned to make your shopping easy in both parse And mind. Here Xmas Buying is a Pleasure For the variety of the good things assembled makes it an eaBy matter to scoare appropriate gifts for all. Toys for the Children Here are the Toys the ohildren. lore, and at a prioe the parents can afiord to pay.. Give the youngsters a good time by letting them see oar display. pruuiaii' it, m^re than anything <fl*e. At Rontledge's Styles and Prices are both ri^ht. Good Gifts AoPlenty and varied enongh to unit all tastes. Fancy Crockery ia always ail acceptable gift; our stocks offer mftnv naeful suggestions. Cool Summer Blouses Whether for Gifts or Personal Wear, you will find our display of Jfew Season's BIouscb, etc., all that is desirable. Various styles in Voile and Silk. Ensure the success of yonr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Station Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Station Produce. The Melbourne Wool brokers As sociation reports on 11/12/19 :— Sheepskins.—No paiticular change to report and prices remain practically unoliauged. Hides.—Good catalogues were brought forward and competition keen at slightly improved values. Tallow. —Fair boords were brought forward and competition was keen at slightly improved values. Fur red Skins. —Rabbit skins were in good request and values im proved 3d to 6d. per lb. Hare skins were again easier. Fox skins firm. Sales are to resume respectively on the 7th and 8th January 1920.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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WHAT FLIES DO IN WINTER. RIDDING THE WORLD OF A PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

WHAT.FLIES DO IN WINTER. RIDDING THE WORLD OP A PEST. | I The popular idea, long held even by many scientists, that flies survive tho | winter by taking refuge in warm houses and that tho great broods of vthiem which begin to annoy us every Spring are tho ofl-spriug ,of adult survivors of the last year's brood, is 'all wrong. Dr. Henry Skinner, a distinguished entomologist, declares there is not a particle of evidence to support the view that flies survive, tho winter in this way. According to Dr. Skinner the fly lives through the winter in j the pupal or grub state and not xis a I developed insect. I This discovery has a much more I important practical bearing- than would appear at first thought. Tf flies do spend the winter in the grub I state obviously we can never hope to | accomplish very much by merely "swatting" them as they appear 'in the spring and summer. What 'we j must do in order to exterminate them | is to find and destroy the grubs. Dr. Skinner's doubts about the trut...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

;!©HN BRieii BEHR»1 SOLIGITOR, &c. TOCUMWAL Branch Office at Gobratn, Victoria. Itarrister and Solicitor of the Su preme Courts of Victoria and New South Wales. Commissioner , for Affidavits for N.S.W. and Victoria. Will attend all Courts as required W. REGINALD JOHNSON, . . . SOLICITOR ... MURRAY STREET, TOeUMWSL. QUIRK'S. HOTEL, FINTiEY. Every Tuesday. Commissioner for affidavits. Trust moneys to lend in sums of ^100 or more. J. Crisfield, Veterinary Surgeon, M.V.S.V. . Registered Practitioner, Victoria. WILL VISIT TOCUMWAL TT EVERY FRIDAY on and after January 31, ond may be con sulted at Staples' Tocumwal Hotel. Dentistry. E. A. MacTaggart Licentiate of Dontnl Surety, ) University Bntoiielor of Dental Surgery, ) of Sydney U.D.S., N.S.W.. mid Victoria. BfiGS to inform thu public of Tocumwa and the Southyrn Hivorina that he has commenced tn .practice hi? profession at Tocurawnl. Address—DcnlUquin Street (adjoining Mr Ourrio, Nowaugout). Visits FINLKV Kvory Tuesday. „ HERR1G...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Children's Court. A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Children's Court. A SERIOUS CHARGE. At the children's court on Mon ^ day, before Messrs Davios aud . Barton, J's.P., a returned soldier, .. . aged 24, who had boeu compli mented by a brigade major tor gal lantry in action, and bad been awarded the Military Medal, was charged with carnally knowing a girl 15 years of age, at Barooga. Mr W. R. Johnson appeared for defendant, and tho prosecution was conducted by Sergeant Byrne. Accused was committed to lake his trial at Narandera Quarter Ses sions 011 18th inst. Bail was al lowed, self in ^100, and two sure ties of £50, or one of ^100.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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WHAT SCOUTS MUST KNOW. DISTANCE AND OTHER JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

WHAT SCOUTS IWH5T KNOW, DISTANCE AND OTHER JUDG- ! MENT. | , Almost everybody must have' notic ed how different things look on a re turn journey from what they did on netting out. The scout must make himself familiar with both points of view, and keep looking back as he ad vances, no that on tho return jour ney he will in no sense feel lost. Estimating the distance objects are away from him io another important duty of the scout, and in most armies prepared cards marked to a scale ar rived at by experiments are used. The rifle, too, is used for this pur pose. Tbc scout slips out the .bolt and gazes down the bore. He has learned beforehand that a man on horseback is just contained within the circle of the barrel when 300 yards distant. Again, he knows that at ; roughly COO yards a mounted man | takes up half the diameter, and bo on ; the smaller the man nnd horse the greater the distance away, that distance being ensily calculated by i dividing up the diameter of the rifle 1 barrel. ...

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 19, 1919 Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Tocumwal Guardian RIVER1NA STOCK JOURNAL, and Flnley Free Press. (Established 1697.) FRIDAY, DECEMBER-19, 1019 Local and General The Hon. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., j Minister for Railways, has received a notification from the Commis sioners, in icply to represntatious made by him, to the effect that directions have l>een , given that Departmental G'raiu Sheds iti coun try districts which are not required (or the storage, of wheat may be utilised for ihe storage of chaff upon payment of a similar rental per space as when let iu spaces for the storage of wheut on the distinct understanding that the Railway Department iakes no responsibility for tile chaff so stored until it is loaded and consigned" in the ordin-, ary way. The following disclaimer comes from Mr Clement Wraggo:—"A report liae been going the round of the Australian papers couched in the followirg terms:—"Duiing the recent dry season some graziers in the Riverinu district of New South ■WrIi»h subsribed £50, sent it to Mr Wra...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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A DOUBLE CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

A DOUBLE CHARGE. Last Saturday Thomas Ford, who was recently fined for committing a nulsanoe in a public place, was : - charged before Dr. Hill, J.P., on a double charge of drunkenness and Indecent language. Constable Maddern submitted evidence of llie offences. Fined 5/ for diuukenucss and 20/ for using indecent language, in default 14 days' imprisonment.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Local and General The next sh?re meeting will be held at Berrf^an 011 Monday. Vtry successful services .we'e held at F.nley last Sunday after noon and eveuing iu connection with the Sunday school anniver sary. The singing was good, and Rev. C. H. Haiu delivered addresses whioh were greatly appreciated. A display of. "Southern lights," as the Auroia Australls is often de signated, was obaeived by many residents on Monday evening. The southern horizo'n was lit up with a beautiful glow for some hours after sunset. Loud complaints are heard against the depredation? of poultry stealers. Whether this is a Christ mas germ, more active at this time of the year than any other, or not, the fact remains that many fine birds have bean appropriated, and the "wailings and lamentations of the owners comf Jtteth them not. Quirk & Co. conducted a very successful sale last Saturday on be half of Mr T. Boyle, who disposed of his household furniture and effects prior to his removal from the dis...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Tocumwal Court. Thursday, December 18. (Before Messrs P. Quirk and S. Hutson, J'sP.). DOG CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Tooumwal Court. Thursday, December 18. (Before Messrs P, Quirk and S>, Hutson, J'sP.). DOG CASES. , The undermentioned were each .. . fined 10/, with 6/ court costs, for ■ \ falling to have their dogs registered: RtOeorge Rava, Natli Kearny and -Tfc. Thomas Quinane. •~ The cases against Robert Bergiu, Andrew Allen " and Louis Brassee : f (i ■: _ were adjourned until 29th January.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 19 December 1919

Cricket. . A friendly malcli, Tucuniwal v. Cubratu, wili.be played ou the local ground to-morrow afternoon. Local players are requested to be in.readi ness il.30 o'clock to permit of au early stait being made. The locsl team will be selected from tbe fol lowing Tbornley, Mcllwraitb, Smith, Murphy, All,' Thompson, Williams, Taylor, Campbell, Mac Tuggart, Brown, Falkiucr, Morris.

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