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More Rabbit Cases. TOCUMWAL LANDHOLDERS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1919

More Rabbit Oases. TOCUMWAL LANDHOLDERS FINED. Two landholders In the Tocutn wal district were fined by the P.M. at the Denlliquin court last week for neglecting to destroy rabbits on their holdings. The complainant was S. M. Gardiner, rabbit inspec tor, for whom Mr Windeyer ap peared. Frederick; Clarence Preaton was charged with neglecting to destroy rabbits on his holding. Defendant did not appear, but Mr B. Duffy pleaded guilty on his behalf. Mr Windeyer said two inspections of the land were made, on 27tli | October and 17th January. The area of the land was 920 acres. On the first inspection there were nu merous warrens and rabbits, and no sign of recent work, and "ery little work appeared to have been done on 17th January. A fine of with £l/5/ costs was imposed. On behilf of Robert Sebastian, charged similarly; Mr Duffy pleaded guilty and said defendant asked him to say he hod put up wire netting and did all he possibly could to cope with tlie rabbits, but they came on tco quic...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Nerves All On Edge? 'Just as lie i v e , wear is a cause o£ kidney weakness, so 15 kidney •trouble a.cause of n.erv oitsn es s. Anyone who has a combination of backache, ner vousness, head ache, dizzy spells, urinary ills and a tired, worn feel ing, would do Well to try Doail's Backache Kidney fills.- T|iis safe, reliable remedy acts directly- tffi the kidneys. It is recom iiicndcd by thousands of people who [lave had relief from just such troubles.. J SYDNEY TESTIMONY. © " Mrs. H. Sturgeon, Zo' AIarlb'proi(gIi Street, Surry ' Hills', Sydney, says:— "It gives me great pleasure' to say i) few words in praise of Doan's Ejacl:': ache Kiiji}py Pills. Epr a good wliitjs I was a' martyr to' Kidney' trouble (he symptoms being backache, tirinayjf disorder', ajd dizzy attacks. My back achect fearfully, and'cyijry movement was accompanied witlf twinge, like flic stajj pf a knife. ' The kidney scprefions were cloudy, and scalded pood .deal; in passing,..t)jis syniptqrft (■(early shewing Htat i...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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SALE FIXTURES. February: [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

8AUE FIXTURES. February: 22—Executors' realising sale, a/c. Exors. late Mrs Agnes Looney, at Tocumwal.—Henry Tuck, Auctioneer. 24—Sale of stock, plant, furniture, at Waldaria.Farm, near Green - . Swamp Sidiug, a/c. Mr S. R. McPlierson—McPherson Thorn and Co , and H. H. Haines and Co., auctioneers, i March: l:r-CIearing' sale at Coree sub division, 9 miles from FinUy, a/c. Mr D. Donkin.—Henry Tuck . and O'Connell and , Graham, auctioneers. 4— Clearing sale, at "Fairfield," ' Tocumwal-Flnley Road, a/c. Exors. lateJohn Hall.—Henry Tuck and W. J. Quiik and Co., auctioneers. 12—Clearing sale, a/c. Mr E. G. Henderson, Tocumwal.—H. Tuck and W. J. Quirk and Co., Auctioneers, Henry Tuck announces '.hat the clearing sale to have been held on 26th March a /c. Messsrs Dunn has been indefinitely postponed owing to border restrictions.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

PERSONAL. Recently Mr. J. M. Cliauter, member for Riverina in the House of Representatives and Chairman of Commltties in that chamber, cele brated the 74th anniversary of his birth, having been born in Adelaide on February 11, 1845. _ Mr. Chan ter's Parliamentary career dates back to 1885, when he was elected to the New South Wales Legislat ive Assembly for the Murray. From 1894 until federation he sat for Deniliquin. Returned to the first House of Representatives in 1901 he has been a member of the the Federal Legislature ever since excepting during tivo slight inter vals in 1903 and lc>13. Mr. Chau ter was the first Chairman of Com mittees inflthe House of Represent atives 1901-3, and "again filled the position from October, 1914, to the expiration of the the sixth Parlia ment, and from June 14, 1917. On Friday last Corporal Harold Mathews, son of Mr. and Mrs. G-. Mathews, arrived back at Finley after four years active service, and was welcomed buck by a very large number of re...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Alleged Sheep Stealing. TWO FINLEU FARMERS ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Alleged Sheep Stealing; two finley farmers ARRESTED. On Wednesday February 12th, John Oliver Schier and Charles Henry Schier, two well-known farmers were arrested by Constables Toole, Ferris and Pomroy on charges of alleged sheep stealing (John, two charges, and Charles, one charge), from a well-known farmer. Both the accused were brought before Messrs Close and Pittock, J.'flP., ou Thursday and remanded, for eight days. Bail being allowed j^JOO and one surety of j£2O0, 011 each charge.—'"Mail."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

See that your Cleariug Sale Is advertised In the Guardian.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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CALENDAR 1919. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

CALENDAR 1919. F 15 11 It U A R Y. Sun. Rises. Sets, 11 M 11 m 23—Sunday 5 57 7 10 24—Monday 5 58 7 9 25—Tuesday 5 59 7 8 2 f>—Wedinsduy 0 0 7 G 27—Thursday 6 1 7 5 28-Friday f, 2 7 4 1—Saturday G 3 ■ . 7 3 Moon. New Moon—1st at 9.7 a.m. First Quarter—8th at 4.52 a.m. Full Moon—15th at 9.38 a.m. Last Quarter—23rd at U '18 p.tn

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Finley Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Fin ley Sports. The sports meeting at Finley on Wednesday, run under the auspices of the local Athletic Club, .proved very enjoyable. There was a fair attendance, and the weather was Ideal. Gate receipts exceeded £15. <4 refreshment booth was ably managed by the Red Cross nieni berjj. A concert and dance at night was also well |>ati'oujsed. The results were as fpllows Sheffield Handicap, of ,£10.—W. Robertson (Deullkiiiin), 17yds, 1; J. Jon«s (Fiuley), 15yds, 2; p. V. Corbett (Berrlgapj, 8yds, 3. I JSyds Sprint.—E. C. t,0»(QenilI-1 qln), 4yds, 1 ; J. Jones, 74yds, 2 ; j W. Jones (Denillquln), 8yds, 3. 440yds Handicap.—p. Bradley (Finley), Slyds, J ! J. Forrest (Fin ley), 60yds, 2; W. Robertson, '16 yds, 3. Maiden Plate;—£>. Corbett (Bel ligau) 1, \V. Joues J. Tug-of-War.—Corce beat Toeuw wal Oddfellows, Retreat beat Ber rigau. Final—Retreat beat Coree.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

W. J. Quirk &'6o,, LAND AND STOCK SALKSMUN; Tocumwal Phono 5, Tocumwal, Wires "Quirk Co." CLEARING SALES. Conducted by Sir W. J. Quirk in anyPart of the District. Prompt Settlement. TRUSTS 1*0.* 5MT Sr^2iC Ordored nwl cousiguod to any Mwlbournu agonta frco of c'mrgo. Good Accommodation Paddooks close to yards always available at a nominal fee. LAND PGR SALE And oxchango throughout Victoria and Now South Walos. Entrios Invited. Lists free on application. INSURANCES Effected on Lifo, Property, jind Live Stock 011 Liberal Torino. AGENTS VOR North llritirfh ll,iro • lusuraiuw Co., Co oninl Mutual Lifo Ashuiuuco Society. A Loading 'Melbourne Firms. COHUKSPONDKNOK iffVITKJJ McKENZSE & CO. NORTHERN & RIVERINA AGENTS Land, Sheep & Cattle Salesmen. Echuca and Kyabram (Vic.) Deniliquin, Mathoura and Finley (N.S.W.) And in MELBOURNE, McLean, McKenzie & Co., Salisbury Buildings, Bourko-streut We will be pleased to have in structions for sale stock or prop...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Influenza Epidemic. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Influenza Epidemic. Although the death rale la still high in Melbourne tli'i number of reported cases is decreasing daily, ' -and the opinion is held by medical' experts that the worst phase of the epidemic has passed. The order enforcing the wearing of masks was considerably modified - last week end, and when It .became known in Tocutmval on Saturday I afternoon last that masks could be | discarded the uews provoked, a hearty cheer. It is still necessary for residents to wear a mask if as sembled in companies of more than' three standing nearer tban six feet apart. Two may play at kissing, but if three, please wear your mask. ■ The border quarantine regulation respecting the term of durance vile before crossing into N.S.W. is also j likely to be modified by reducing the term from seven days to four. A Finley resident thought to es cape the border patrol by swimming the river at Thistlebeud. The police are taking action. The medical authorities in Eng land state that the present inf...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Station Produce. Melbourne, 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Station Produce. Melbourne, I3th February. The Melbourne Woolbrokors'Association (Golclsbrouiill, Mort, ami Co. Ltd., Now Zualaiul Loan and Mercantile Afiency Co. Ltd., Australian Mercantile, Loan and Finance Co. Ltd., Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Australian Estates and MortRage Co. Ltd., YoimxhusbanJ, How and Co. Ltd.) report— Sheep .Skins,—Quantities avail able were somewhat smaller. Competition was very keen all through, satisfactory clearances re sulting. Values in genoral were very firm for all descriptions. In the case of better grown free cross bred pells relatively higher prices were obtained. /Hides.—Small catalogues were again submitted. The demand was most lively, and all weights were ([uiekly disposed of at up to full fixe.t scheduled rates. Tallow.—Good offerings were brought forward. The demand was chiefly forbest-reudered, bright parcels, but sales were only com pleted at n reduction of £2/2/ per ton. Other grades were not salable at even ti greater fall in values. l''urrcd ...

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Repatriation. THE WORK OF NINE MONTHS APPLICATIONS TOTAL 53,780 [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Repatriation. THE WORK OF NINE • MONTHS APPLICATIONS TOTAL 53l730. A" review ot the operations of the Repatriation department for the nine mouths from 8th April, 1916 —when the Repatriation Act wna proclaimed—to 3lst December Inst has been issued. The applications for assistance in this period totalled 53,780 throughout the Common wealth, and of these 21,415 were made to the employment depart ments., 26,326 to the assistance sec • tions, and 6039 to the disablement and training departments. New South Wales led with a total of 17,537 applications (72/4 employment 8778 asssistance and ° 1485 vocational training). The Vic torian applications totalled 12,514, employment accounting for 6046, assistance for 3714, and vocational training for 2754. The Queens ■ ' land applications numbered 9325 (2913 employment, 5814 assistance and 628 vocational training). Iu South Australia the applications numbeied 6,506 (2338 employment -3613 assistance, and 555 vocational , training). Western Australia...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Pig Market Melbourne, 13th Eebruary. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Pig Market Melbourne, 13th Eebruary. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling and Insurance Co., Ltd., reports : — About 3700 pigs yarded. Pork: A heavy yarding which met - with slack competition, owing partly to tile hot weather, and prices were fully 10/ lower than last week. Light poik 18/ to '23/, good 25/ to | 35/, few to <12/. Stores: A full yarding and prices lower. Lengthy sorts 11/ tolS/, slips 7/ to 9/) suckers from 2/. Backfatters : An average yaiding which met with slack com petition, aud prices weri !!0/ to 40/ lnwer. Good 35/ to -15/, prime 00/ lo 70/, few to £5/11/. Baconers: A big yarding which met with very little competition, and prices were 20/ lower than Inst week. Good 48/ to 55/, prime, 65/, few to 70/, light 42/ to 46/.

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The Churches. Services for Sabbath next[?] PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

The Churchso. & or vices for Sabbath nextt PRESBYTERIAN. Retreat 11, Kin ley 3, Tgcumwal 7.30. Congegatioual meitlng at close of service. Preacher—Rer. Carter, of Sydu#y.

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Hay Market. Melbourne, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Hay Market. Melbourne, February 15. Chaff.—Tne turnover oh Satur day was not considerable, but prices were steady. Buyers' operations were confined chiefly to prime mill cuts, medium grade being dull of sale. Prime oaten realised from ,£6/15/ to .£6/17/6; choice mill cuts selling at «£7; good, from £6/10/ to £6/1216; poorer lots, from .£6/5/ upwards. Prime lucerne chaff was in.fair supply, and had ready sale at'from £8 to .£8/2/6; choice Hues touching £ti/5/. The shunt totalled 90 truck loads, including a cairy over of 25 trucks from the previous day. Hay.—Manger, trussed, is offered at from £(ij 10/ to £7/10/; best feed sheaves, from ,£6/10/ to £6 i J 5/, aud chaffing sheaves from £i 10/ to £5/5/; superior quality, up to £5/15/. Lucerne hay was available from ,£6/10/ to £j for prime; special lols, .£7/5/; medium and inferior down to ,£5/10. Vic lutiau ati aw was quoted at from £3 to £3/17/6 lor prime barley and wheaten; medium to good offering Irom £3/5/ to £3j 15/, according to .q...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

The Weather. The wurst days of the season were undoubtedly Saturday and Sunday last Several thermometers registered the heat aa high as 114 deg., but the true shade register must have been iu the vicinity of 110. Monday was nit io hot, but Lhe atmosphere was humid and oppressive, and relief was only ob tained towards evening when a thunderstorm heralded the ap proach of a most welcome down pour of rain, which fell at intervals throughout the night and early morning. At Tocumwal the fall amounted to 113 points, but fur ther west it was much heavier, Deuiliquiu reporting .225 points and Matlioura 224. Hay had 75 points, Finley 92, Berrigan 101, Jerilderle 71, Uraba 115. Over the border the records were—Cob ram 145, Nuraurkah 280, and Shepparton 207. The fall I will do an incalculable amount of good, and besides replenishing water supplies will enable farmers to proceed with fallowing operations. With favor able weather following, grass should come on, but the break is earlier than pas...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Market Reports. Sydney, Feb. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Market Reports. Sydney, Feb. 17. Sheep penned at Homebush on Monday numbered 34,786. Com petition was keen, and generally there was an advance in prices of 6d to Is per head, the rise being more pronounced for prime cross wethers. Quotations :—Crossbredi : Prime wethers 33/; best higher, good 25/, prime ewes 33/, good 26/. Merinos: Prime wethers, 29/ good 22/; ewes, prime 29/. Cattle yarded numbered 1G43. An ad vance of prime heavy cattle was noticeable. Keen competition was experienced aud the market was from 15/ to 20/ dearer than on the last sale day, odd sales being even higher. Quotations:—Prime hoavy bullocks, .£23; few higher; medium weight, ^19; light weight, ^17; trade bullocks £8 to £il; cows, prime heavy, .£15; best higher; good, £9. Melbourne, Feb. 18. FAT SHEEP. 46,000 yarded. Best descrip tions were moderately represented, the greater portion grading from moderately fat to useful quality, with numerous drafts of second and inferior sorts, which were eagerly purchased b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Victorian Producers' Co-operative Company LIMITED 589-606 Oollins Street, Melbourne Soil on consignment .—live stock, wool, grain, hides, skins^tallow, chaff POTATOES, AND ALL kinds OF PRODUCE. Rebates to shareholders on Live Stock, Cornsacks, Twines, Oils, etc. Government Shipping Agents under the Victorian Government Wheat Scheme. Woolaelling Brokers under the War Precautions (Wool) Regulations. Sheep Skin Agents under the War Precautions (Sheep Skin) Regulations. Rabbit Skin Agents under the War Precautions (Rabbit Skin) Regulations. Auction sales weekly of Hides, Skins and Tallow.. Tuesdays and Thursdays—Dairy Produce* Fridays—Dead Meat. Live stock sales as follows:— Tuesdays, Newmarket, Sheop and Lambs. Wednesdays, Newmarket, Fat Cattle. Wednesdays and Thursdays, Corporation Yards, Pigs. Fridays, Corporation Yards, Dairy and Store Cattle. i Bendigo—Mondays, Sheep and Lambs. Tuesdays, Cattle and Calves. Fridays, Pigs. _ Benalla—Alternate Tuesdays, Sheep and Lambs. Cattlo and Pig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

BRONCHITIS. " Bronohitis is a very common ailment among-children ".ad among those subject to it the least littlo exposure brings it on —that is if tho child jr {not given Cham berlain's Cough Roipodyjat the first wheez ing or hoiirsonysB. Sold Everywhere. TerminusHotel HIGH STREET, SHEPPARTON THIS now and commodious Hostelry has been taken ovor by Miss Maloney (lato of tho Royal Hotel)'. This is sufficient guamutoe that tho Hotel will bo conducted on up-to-date methods, with ovory comfort uud convenience. Hot and Cold Baths Installed MEALS FOR EARLY TRAINS Moala for Tnivollovs at all Hours, a spec ialty. Large Dining Koom and Excollent Cuisino. Boat of Wines, Sbirits and Aloa. Good Stabling. OAKS AKHANGED l^Oli. TERMINUS HOTEL Shepparton Near Railway Station G. VENABLES, Drover, phen« no. is. Tocumwal

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Poisoned Water For Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1919

Poisoned Water For Rabbits. The following mixtures.for pois oning rabbits are supplied by Mr. Weir, stock inspector.;— Water Poisoned With Arsenic. Two ounces arsenic, 4oz. washing soda, one gallon of water. Boil until arsenic Is dissolved (about half an hour). When cooling, add 2oz. sugar and stir well. For use add two gallons water. Water Poisoned With Slrychnine. (a) One ounce strychnine dls olved in a third of a pint of active acid will i oison 12 gallons of water or. (b) Ten grains dissolved In vine gar will poison 1 quart of water.

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