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INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTES. THIS UNITY, OF THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

0NTERSTATE B^EWS & jV'OTES. THIS UNITY, OF THIS KMl'IIlK. The periodic ntrnin which in a na tion of widely npread dominlonn, munt Inevitably fall upon tin chain of Emnlre Unity,, linn been more nc vorn than uimnl durinj; tho lnnt low month;). Tho ideal of tho fnturn fi that of n midp up of individual unit" each of which will have its own npo cinl dntic» nnd rcuponslM'itloM, fl"d cuch work for itnelf, ono another, an' tho whole TCmplro, To attain th1* end no legislation or noHL?e.*l C* pincHm: in mnnible. It in a jrran' national conimmmntion which mns' hr loft to opportunhun and to r-vo^i tlon. * Meanwhile England bcnitiitrs to fn terfere in Colonial affairs. Kl» h"r taken to heart th? letuon wVdi th* Americnn Involution taught, and idncc that. dlfmiitrnuK event, ban for mulated nnd imdev(Atim;ly foilowr*'1 her policy of allowing her de,irndn" cicH to di?vnlo;> alonT their o\ n lin-"' even though at timea, thene mav 1 imprrfcct or miittukeu. Cortainl rccent evontn lu South...

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 — 12 December 1913

GREAT WOMAN'8 REMEDY. Weakness and Poor Blood oausotl much Saffoilng, from Girl hood to Womanhood. Syd ney Woman's Story. In the case of Mrs. Martha ' Simmons, of 40 Cove-street, Bal main, Sydney, whose letter ap- I pears below, another illustration is Riven of the wonderful proper tics of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, as a Great Woman's Remedy, Bilious attacks and weakness generally in her case were but the symptoms o f other complaints s v peculiar to wo s\. ■ •-?' men have found Mrs M 8lmmons in Dr. Morse's from a photo. Indian Root Pills just the same effective remedy that Mrs. Simmons did, who says in her last letter :—"In my teens 1 suffered very badlv from Bili ous Attacks. My blood was very poor, my whole system be came completely run down, and 011 many occasions I was so weak that I had to be suooorted home by my schoolmates. As I grew older I did not seem *0 overcome my weakness, and I was in this state of health for a lonp time. Periodical headaches, bilious at tacks, and...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERRICAN SHIRE. USUAL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

BERRICAN SHIRE. USUAL MONTHLY MEETING. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Berrigan Shire Council was held on Monday last, when there were present: Crs. F. Hoyle (President), J. D. Davics, W. P}'le, W. Bnikic, A. Erskine, \V. Gregory, and W. llcfernan. Apo logies for their unavoidable ab sence were received from Crs. II. Vngg and J. Revnoldson. The minutes of the last meet ing were confirmed, and outward correspondence auoroved of. Inward Correspondence. " Inward correspondence was dealt with as follows : •— From the Department of Lands referring to the resumptiin of land in the parish of Geraldery.— Received. The same, intimating that it was not considered expedient to accede to the request to resurvcy ccrtain surburban areas at To cumwal.— Received. ■ From the Department of Public Works, in reply to information conccrning the subdivision of th Shire into nine, in lieu of three, Ridings. The Minister was not of the opinion that the sugestion was good, in the interests of the people...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DINING BY TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

DINING BY TEIJSrHONE. Dining1 together by telephone is the latest form of extravagance to be in: dulged in by people with "money to burn." The fad was started by a young; man well known in London so* cfety for his almost lavish devotion to a certain musical comcdy actress. She was .fulfilling an engagement it Paris. Business kept him in London. Nevertheless, the loving couplo had frequent chats over the wire, and one 'day he suggested \tbat she should "dinevwit!ivhltfk by 'telephone." 1 . The idea was so delightfully novel, and, moreover, so preposterously ex travagant, that the actress consented gleefully. He bad a telephone placed on the dinner-table at his fiat in Mayfair. She bad a -similar instru ment at her elbow in her private sit ting-room in her hotel in Paris. Both had previously ordered, by arrangement, exactly the same din ner, and the two went through th!e menu together, course by course, and shatting at intervals all the itime, almost exactly as they, wonld have done h...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES. ' Tlic New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd. held , their usual weekly sale to-day when they submitted some 6209 boles. ' The selection was an ex ceedingly good one in which high class merinos comebacks and crossbreds were frequently to be found. The condition of many of these 56. lighter than much of the wool'that has been available of late. Competition was keen and well sustained throughout, the better class wools being again in strong request at full late rates. Ordinary wools were also soundly supported, and as a cons ouence wc found little difficulty''in effect ing a satisfactory clearance at prices fully in accord with those ruling at our sale of a week ago. Our top urice for the day was l8Jd. this being secured for the Mt./Koroite (Coleraine Vic.), lambs, the fleece of the same mark selling up to 14^d. Wando, from Castcrton, sold to I4id. for comeback. Other orincipal sales were :—TWC/Wando Dale, from Coleraine to 14W.; RHYS, from Brimpaen to...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONTH IN A SEWER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

MONTH IN A SKWrcn. Wnr'm n pairing th .'ov/crs ol Milf-n—tli 1 r ;. st in Italv, p tending over 200 miles— were startl d '<v the apparition of a gvint, tatter d man, who invo their .aid- H« said he was a pa'n cr. a "red 18. A month ago he was assaulted by thro- hooligans, who robb?d him, and tV'n 'hrcw him Into the He had live;! a month underground vainly Lrxvi-.; to ' nd an exit, fighting rats, and living od refuse.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

8oon My Former 8e!f.—' About I § years ago I had brass .poison ing which caused liver trouble." writes Mr. W. A. Peez, Annat, N.Z. "I' could not sleen or eat and waster to a shadow. After taking Chamberlain's Tablets for a short time inv health was greatly improved and I h ve had no return ol' my " troublet I am now in good health and .reckon I owe it to Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by J. G. Wilson Tocumwal, Millar ;ind Grover, Finlcy, and all dealers in nifediciutfs. PUBLIC HOTICEO. Is only Exhibited! toy those who jU.-l.a OBI Ohoicesf' Quality, Especially in regard to GR <2LKii> A FOOD SI'UPHS. PEOPLE REALISE THAT A! Brown, Corlce and Cos Supply Stores They Get Highest Quality Grocery Guodj'at Keenest Gyt Prices. For the warm season they have Op&nctl Splendid Assortment of Cordials, Preserved and Dried Fruits, Tinned Meats, Pish. Fresh Prime Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Butter and Eggs Always in Stock. XMAS TAILORING ORDERS. Only a few weeks to Xmas, therefore you sh...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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HOW WILL THE WORLD END? SENSATIONAL SCIENTIFIC THEORIES—ABOUT WHICH WE NEED NOT TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

HOW WILL THE WORLD END ? SENSATIONAL SCIENTIFIC THEO RIES—ABOUT WHICH WIS NEI3D NOT TROUBLE. Jm!!.1.'10 l"lh CVer ccnso t0 ln fial i'nf.lo by mrn ? It i„ „ vcr_ fnntf "nl at °ne time or nootl.r i.ont great ntlifa faao IV „ i"1 °'"'n,or'. thouch unuat. i lVv one. ! -AH sclm'h.lu urc nrrectl ra mn r°'nt: I1"1' the "'.11. uniI |t eonao ntlnit in l ot v.-tntli'.<r to dwell ly co ln,r,:VU,'"l!l! rM' the ' .1 Rrf'" " "ro °f 1:1 time (lip in xcas inhnn T "\'"r tlw ""»•«« '">• Ifinn IJI, i. l(. „„ n.or,n , p ontnui: ,crn l,„M Ul„ u- r. onn w"„ once |i«rt or the earh, accusing tho Blip no f.lli d |,y the I'n .i\ L n "P """i: on in (|„, w|Kn' the | land.) were neml-llywd, it haa cooled much faster than the -arth only becnune it In Hnmllcr, Jut t an u 0UlrU ,|C<n''er muc" ,n°r° l»lcMy tlinn „ Intpc ono, Jn time. Iioweror. according (o this r.boot of acientlKtii. the earth must nl o i c H?r Th°°, C°'d t0 ""PI'ort li e. Tile human mcc, in lact will bo frozen out. Sir Wil...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Following are the latest returns, being almost compete except in some cases for absent votes:—Country Seats. ALBURY, [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

Following arc the latest re turns, being almost compete ex cept in some cases for absent votes :— Country Seats, ALBURY, *J. J. Cusack (Lub.) .. 3,144 I G. K. M'Laurin (Inil. Lib.) 2,074 H. A. .Paech (Lib.) 1,670 J. II. M'Eachcrn (N.P.) .. 230 ALLOWRIE. *-M. F. Morton (S. Lib.) 41875 C. W. Craig (S. Lab.) .. 3,022 ARMIDALE. . G. F, Braund (Lib. &F.S.) 3,823 J. F. Eathcr (Lab.) 3005 ashburnham. A. H. Grimm (Lib.) .. 3,874. *J. P. Lynch (Lab.) .. 3,755 BEGA. *W. Millard (S. Lib^ .. 2,315 T. J. Webster (S. Lab.) .2,351 H. R. M'William /Lab.) .. 1,550 E. Bland (C.P.) .. 3&1 bixgara; R. J. P. Iligglns (Lib.> ... 3,214. *G. R. W. M'Doriald (SLab) 3,165 F. D. Cheesbrough (C.P.) 306 burrangong. A. K. Trethowan (Lib.) 7 6q8 "G. R. Burgess (Lab.) .. 3.691 • BYRON. *J. Perry (Lib.) • • 3.333 P. Street (Ind. Lib.) .. 2,320 R. Campbell (Ind.) 776 CAMDEN (New Electorate). "j. C. Hunt (Lib.) .. 4,374 M. C. O'Halloran (Lab.) 2,152 W. G. Watson (Ind. Lib.) 422 castlereagh. °J. L. ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WI[?]ELESS RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

WTPF.T/Rfls T?F,nnnn. The wireless t^lerrra^hv #-fc*i£ioo at Brussels has Just s'lcc^eV-d 5n rHtnV_ lishing direct communl^a^ioD with Hotna, in tho Belgian Congo.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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FINLEY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

LOCAL AND CBJBRAL. The weather has been very changeable of late, one day being j very warm and the next almost chilly enough for an overcoat. No wonder then that people are com plaining about colds and chills, i Boisterous winds have also pre I vailed, and they tend to do much I damage at this time of the year. Thursday of last week was about the worst experienced during this year, severe winds and dust storms^ prevailing for most of the time. In the evening it was exceptionally dusty. Wheat is comiug in very freely so far this season, and the station is beginning to present a lively ap pearance. The grain is arriving at the rate of about 1000 bags a day, which is very good for so early in the year. Later on when the strip ping is finished wheat should arrive at the rate of about 3000 bags daily. Most of the carting will probably be done by the farmers themselves* owing to the demands of the Car rier's Union .being higher than usual. ... At the Berrigan Shire Council on Monday a let...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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MATING A PERFECT COUPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

mating a perfect couple. A remarkable experiment will ta*ce place in New Yor^ shortly, when a young man and~woman will be cbosep' by a jury of doctom. and irarnrvl with the idea of mating as nearly perfect n ronnl«* as can ^e obtained, and watching the cugnnic ecnucl. The convmltfp®, on wli''h rro tne of Mn. K. Vaid'rbllt and MrR. O. H. P. TMmoit. hru-f b^en former! to «H*?t i»hypici"n =, rrH no tices will ~h"Ttl;* be ROnt hrrv'c-rt for ^n ' mrn "H •?-: <v M applv. Whm two examples of rV'U t bumfiMf** hi-* o-n o^r^d, tV will be tntrori ceV a^d, if n.rr*",rta'le, they will be Wmi In wedlock. A f"n1 of c-.t>.')r) Is beln<r to turtNer tb* of n-^'b f""'n —'<" bo i*i**en fo'h* hrilf? ml ?ra-> ■ *>tL*r th<* OK-eV !-r - - t and the c'Vrr wm • A b when the fir^t cMM {s ' nrn. Swden is b^'ng rrr d to -n.-* u law ci^'n-" wonrn the right 'o ro poso marriage.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

Pains In the Stomaoh.—"I can thoroughly recommend Chamber Iain's "Colic and .Diarrhoea' Keijicdy," says Mr'Thomas Kelly, Storekeeper, Berrigan, N.S.YV. "I have been subject to severe paius in the stomach and at times ., would have tq lay up. I was recommended to try Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and found one dose to give me relief." Sold by J. G. Wilson, 'Tacumwal, Millar' and Grover, Finley, and all dealers in medicines. At the request of the Presbyterlau Christmas Tree Committee there will be no pictures at the Pavilion • to-morrow (Saturday) night. The programme for Saturday, December 20, will be advertlstd in our next issue. Terrible Headaches.—"J am a bootmaker," writes Mf. Frederick. Miller, Great King-street, North Duncdin, N.Z. "and for many years suffered from terrible head aches and irregularity of the bowels due to my sedentarv Jife. After taking one box of Cham berlain's Tablets I was greatly benefitted and they soon effected niv cure. Upon the. slightest sy...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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J. P. MORGAN'S WATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

J. P. MORGAN'S WATCHES. I A Swisa syndicate has been formed to recovor for tho National Mubcuhi, tho collection of ancient watches, chiefly of Genova ma'cc, formed by tho late J. P. Morgan. Ths syndicate will offer Mr. Morgan's family £105,• 000 for the collection.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. ALBAN'S C.E.M.S. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

ST. ALBAN'8 C.E.M.S. At tlie conclusion of evensong on Sunday last there was an ad mission service when eight "men were made .. members of ..the Church'of England Men's Societ" and the badge and certificate was presented . to .them by . the President (The Rev. J. Verso). That badge is the cross of St. George in bronze, 011 one side are the letters CiE.M.S.. and'on the reverse . side the motto "All in One." There is now a member ship of eleven >11 St.- Alban's branch, and a lieartv welcome will be. extended to all men who can attend the meetings. Another admission servicc will be held shortly when all candidates nominated at subsequent meet ings wil] be eligible for ad mission. Men can join as" full members, being communicants of the Church of England or as sociates, professing members of the Church. Only members^ can ! vote or hold office, but associates are welcomed into the Society. The membershiD of this great Society is now verv great and branches have been formed in both arm...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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£75,000 FOR SERVANT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

£75.000 FOR SERVANT. An acred woman who ban died at 'Wiesbaden had bequeathed the bulk of her fortune, about £75,000, to the wife of a cabinet-maker's apprentice, Who was her maid-of-all-work. The testator's brother receives the reyi <Iuo of the estate, amounting to fif teen VbousRo<3 p.cupfle

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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FOGS CAUSED BY SMOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

FOGS CAUSED BY SMOKE. Startling facts regarding fogs wnrc revealed by Dr. 9. Bideal at a con ference held at the National Gas Ex hibition. "Ons out of fl/e T endon logs," he said, "is caused entirely by lmp'rp, and everv town !o» is i->tcti lifled by it. A s^riss of bad fo"s will lend tip a dea*h mte immediately, »nd sometimes doiSl? it. "A. Gla^eow fcr In TW) hold to bo guiltv of I.Od r?vie it; Lord n one waq esMma+M to bn"e DCCac'on°d or 30 n(n **?*qr>s of illness. Tn the heart of Lon^n 83 per crnt. of the aumbtn*' so neces^n for h*<ilth is lost through the persis "*tent smo^ce hn7o. "E^n without nnTf laent nn^tT^t on th<* r»o'nt, it »» t^ d^tv nf . householder to. dj^pr^^y.j .Mr t."?, possible^, the dom'^st.-r

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE TINIEST PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

THE TINIEST PICTURE. Mr. Samuel Schulta, who ,' has o scenic' 'and ^jnurat^paintios studio at 4/1 X>efc£nr*\ haa ^ToA. despite a lifetime spent" in painting subjects in heroic size, the unique listinction of having made the smal lest landscape painting in the-world. This picture • was executed on o grain of corn, and the painter has 3nly. now recovered it after having | lost possession of' it for more than forty 3 ears. Having lost track of the j picture, which he made in 1869, when ' le was only nineteen years old, the irtist recently decided to try to're :over it. j He advertised in several foreign Jewsparers, with the resist that the tiny landscape ca"ne to hi n in it6 jriffinal frame, 'he pa:ntiar. in col )ur and line, bein^ as sharp and !lenr ac on th- dav of its exccu'ion. The '^articular gr.vn of forn u-^ed rame from an ear that Mr. Schultz is a lad picked on the estate of | lames Buchar>a->, fifteenth P'es'dent | Df the TTn:t"d States, at Wheatland, Pennsrlvania. H?...

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KAISER RUNS CAFE NEAR HIS CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

KAISER RUNS CAFE NEAR HIS CASTLE. Extending his private ventures in ''trade," the Kaiser has become pro prietor of a restaurant at Potsdam. He rebuilt an old cafe cl^se to the, historic mill in front of Sans Souci Castle, and wrote to the ' lessee as follows : ."Dear Herr Moritz,—You are to pay me the verv low rent of £300 a year. Should my restaurant succed- com mprciallv, I may increaso the rent a little la.ter on, so that I may make 0o-m*th!n?r out of it, too. "There ig one condition to the lease. Tou must have the "best coflee In Potsdam." One of 'the mo^t regular visitors to the wife, \vh'~h is thriving, is .the Kaiser himself, trho alwavs inquires how "my restaurant" is farina. The porcelnin factory at Cadnen will be remembered as another enterprise of hie.

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ON ALL FO[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

ON -AT.r, FOrp.s. At 8'inr{,?e ever? nnnh^ n <s?-Vl crowd form*? a circle in one "Df th"1 ghady plots in ~ I.trcoln Park, Chi sago, an-d watches th» nTfomiinne of a costumier with original -ideas as to health laws. The princioal amusement of thn crowd that watches him take h*s morning exercise is to 9ee him walk around on his hands and feet like an ape. "I am 71. years old, and I expert to be well and hatvnv for at lea^t 75 yrars to come," he remarked the other flay. He maintains thnt by trailing on all-fours the organs of the body are suspended or eunr>orW as nature in tended they should be.

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