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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

CommouivcaltbMfe, JBank" Hustralia UKAl' OI'KICK Cities and Towns or Australia. London, Warminster (Salisbury Plain), and Rabaul. Cahlo remittance* made to. and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit itsucd to any part of the world. ' Banking and RxelianKC HuRincss of every deseript' " *— * ' ••••♦- •*-- ~ and abroad. Current 9 made against approved sccuritics. Savings Bank Department deposit Branches, and ovor 2750 A^onclco at L^-PnrmiirtJ 3% + , Poet Offices in Australia, Papua, Solomon p 1/" Itslnnds, Now Urltnln, and The Pacific. up to 53300 INTERSTATE find INTERNATIONAL Saving* Bank Facilities. JAME8 KELL, Deputy Governor 1018 DEN1SON MILLER, Governor BROWN COKE & GO'S Remarkable Reductions isi Home1 Meeds Towels, Sheeting; Damask, Quilts, Longcloth, Madaplam, Calico, Blankets, Forfar, Grass Rugs, Etc. Balance of our Summer Dress Materials Voiles, in black? white and figured, Silk Muslin, etc. We have a fine rang...

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 — 28 February 1919

O'Connell & Graham Stock and Station Agents FINLEY. Trucks ordered free of charge ftotu any Melbourne Agents. Phono No. 9 ' ' King Sons & Ballantine S'L'OCli AND STATION AC.ltNTS, • SIIKKI' uiul CATTUi SAl.liSMliN\ '438 BOURXB STREET, MELBOURNE Representative in Northern District, R. W.' CI.MtK. J. F. FOSTER Stock and Station iVyent MATONG Malcolm C. Fraser i.ANI) SAU-SMAN & VAI.UUU STOCK a Nil OKNliKAT, AGKNT Numerous 1'iopcrtios for Snlf nt Kcdttcml I 'licos. LOANS A Sl'HClAUTV 31 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE DILL and WATSON AUCTIONEERS. Block and Proporty Salooinon, WAGGA WAOQA. N.S.W. Powers, Rutherford & Co. STOCK ANI) STATION AC.KNTS SHKl-P ami CATTIJl H/VLHSMHN( Corner of Bourke and William Sts., Melbourne. AuclioiH'crs— |.C. STANR)I<1> and 1". G. HUOWN 1 Coimlry Kcpryrjoiilfttivcii— Kfianii— Mr. I-icl ]. Tavorner. Koriiinbuna—Mr. H, Saudrrb. Wrsirrn I >i:«trict .irxf Wiimnm— Mi, 1-. ii. Mathews IC.eijloiic) P. WILDS, " Auctioneer, Sto...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL, and Finley Free Press. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919 Local and General Dental Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA .STOCK ' JOURNAL, and Flnley Fret Press. • (Established 1B97.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919 Local and General Dental Notice. H. A. Barraclough, i,td. , Vice-Regal Opticians, will pay a special visit to Tocumwal on Thursday Next, March 5th, and may be • consulted at Beasley's Farmers' Arms hotel from ID a.ui to 5 p.m. Each member of the firm has qualified at the London University. Barraclough's repre sentative has not been near Sydney for i period of several weeks.— Advt.) Obituary. llrs M'Leau, an elderly lady, succumbed at the residence of Mr W. Pepper on the I7tli inst. She Tiad been in ill-health for some time, and the excessive heat doubtless hastened lier demise. The inter ment took place the following day in the presence of a number of sor rowing friends. Peace Appeal. The appeal launched by the Mooroopna Hospital for a sum of £3000 for urgent necessary, repairs and alterations to the building and its suriouudiugs is meeting with a certain amount of suc...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

In Momoriam. DUNNE.—In loving memory of dear littlo Effio, who died Fobruary 20th, 1018, aged 7 yoara undo months. —R.I.P. , Immaculate heart of Mary, Your prayors for hor oxtol. Oh, riacrod heart of Josus, Have morcy oh hor soul. —Insffrtod by hor loving parents, sisters and brothors.

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 — 28 February 1919

i. M'Namara & Co. Auctioneers, I, AND & I'INANCIv AGKNTS Shepparton H.O. 1'ATURA, TAM.YO AROOI>NA, DOOKU5, KATANDRA. l'hrsonai. .SUl'KRVUUON IN DKAl'tino an1j sum,inc! 01' am. Stock untrustiuj to us. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. ' .. , ' TRUST MONEY TO LEND. ■> Lists of Stock and Land for Salo posted on application; CurivspotuliMici: Iiivlkd. Sale Fixtures: 1'KljRU.YRY. -8—Clearing *S.ilo a/e. Mr. J 13. Opie, Tiillyi;;imop:iii. Mnrcli. J— Gienl sulj-.livisiunal Uml sale on n/c U. C. Morrison, Tatura. Kami, J orchard.',, 11 blocks from 3 lo 5 acivs (conj. Irvine Uiggir & Co.) 1 -Sale of Messrs A. ami 1'. O'lin lau'M C IO acres. J -Dookie Sale Slock S.ile J.lJUl) Sheep. ■I—Implements at Sliepparton Cit tle Sale rt/c Mr. C Webb, •t—Sheppailon Calil: l-Ule (J—'"'attira Slock Sale big yarding of Sheep ami Catlle 7—S. ecial Horse Sale In conjunc tion Willi Mesns Campbell & Sons .special line of 20 hoise-; a/c ot C- Cowan). 10—Miepoll Stock Sale. 11—Shepparlon ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

Probably ll\e nia,u who boasted tlut lie never o'ved a'shilling in his life could'nt if lie.tr'ed,

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Large Store. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

Large Store. 20 50-c.p. metal filament lamps, burning In winter months about I .10 hours per week, or averaging | 7 hours per week in year. Cost of installation ...,£28 0 Consumption— 15 units, at lOd ... 0 12 Meter rent ... ... 0 0 Renewals ..." ... 0 3 Total foi month ...,£0 16 2

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 — 28 February 1919

HIGH STREET. SHEPPARTON '•puis I...IV Iiii'l cniiilinnli'tiifi ll.wl.iliy JL Ima boon taken »>vvr l»y Miss Maloney (into (Jt till) h'oyjll llolt'l). 'I'hiu in uulliciMiit; tfimmtihm llmttho Jlotol will b»» coiKlnuitxI on iiji-iu-'lulo hhMIumIii, with ovuvy eomlWt, ami cunvomciw. Hot and Cold Baths Installed (Hunts pok unML,v tkhins Mr-uliJ t'uf 'JVuvolIuiii lit nil Uimn;, ji iiilly. Luryo Dining Kiunn nixl J'<xc«>IlotiL Cmsmw Heat of Wiuuj, Sbiritu aiul Ainu. I Good Stnblinj;. CAHS AJIKANUKD FOK. ! TERMINUS HOTEL ' I Sliepparton Near Railway Station G. VENABLES, Drover, ! /Phone No. 19. Tocumwal * ©otoram ' STOCK - SRLB SATURDAY, March 8. j ana fortnightly .ercafter. HENRY TUCK will hold his usual sale of CATTLE, SHEEP, H0R8ES Etc. On the above dale at his Cohrum Yards. H. TUCK, Auctioneer, Tocumwal and C.obram. I The Winter Layers Barred Plymouth Rocks A. J. Mft'kell'n ;vtid Dookie College Suaim. EGGS, .5/ Setting. DAY OLD CHICKS, 1/ each. (Concession If Broody Heu...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

Electric Light. Mr Thomas, in his excellent and illuminative report, has prepared a table showing \vht the approximate cost to householders, storekeepers, etc., will be with current supplied at lOd per unit. The general opinion Is quite ■ in favor of the scheme, and this Is not surprising wheu it is sliowu that a four- roomcJ cottage could be adequately lighted at a cost 6f slightly less tliau 6/ per mouth, and a villa of six rooms would cost not much more tliau 12/ per month. The estimates nre as follow: — Power liouso -supplied at water works. Ouo Buetion gii6 plant —supplied at wator works. Ouo 28 dynamo, 230 volts, capable of supplying S33 25-c.p. motal filament lamps burning simul taneously. niHislur for storage battery. Switeli boards. Sluragu battury of 128 colls with a capacity of '150 amp. hours. 80 consumers' mutors. Pules, cables and stroot lamp fittings. Approximate Cost.of Punt.' Engine plaut and power honso £ (supplied at water works) Dynamo... ... . 180 Booster ... .....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Market Reports. Sydney, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

Market Reports. Sydney, Fob. 24. There wis a penniiiR at Home on Monday of L'li.oS.S sheep. Com petition was good for all sorts, ami prices wore very firm on the last day's iivtcy. Quotations;—Cross bred wetherrt, prime i3l/(best high er), gojd —<j/; ewes, prime X\/, good 27; merinos prime welliers .10/ good ewes, prime, !!!•/. The cattle yarded numbered 19111, the finality being somewhat better than recent ynrdiugs. The market opened firm on last day's best rates and it remained so to the close. Quotations:—Prime heavy bullocks with n few higher; medium welglifc weight /'17; trade bullocks, /,'M to £I I: cows, prime, heavy, £l!5: mid good £<>. Melbourne, Feb. 25. l'AT SIIKIvl'. 50,000 yarded. Good ami prime qualities weie fnirly represented in both crossbred ewes ami welheis, yet Ilicrc wits a scarcity of all grades of merinoes. Many Hiim.il consign ments consisted ot middling and in ferior aged ewes. Numerous pens of store sheep also were sold In the outsi...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

Notice. ANYONE found Coursing, Shooting or otherwise trespassing on my Fro* party WILL BE PROSECUTED.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

Hotel. Bar—2 25-c.p. metal filament lamps burning 12 hours per week. Outside—1 25-c.p. metal filament lamp, burning 12 hours ) cr night. 2 Passages-2 25 c.p. metal fila ment lamps, 5 hours per night.. Parlor 1—1 32 c.p., burning' 5 hours. Parlor 2- 1 25 c.p. burning 4 hours. Billiard Room -4 25-c.p. metal fila ment lamps, burning 5 hours per night. Dining Room—2 32c.p., burning 1 hour per night. Kitchen—1 32-c.p., hutfling 2 hours per night. 12 Bedrooms—12 8-c.p.t burning i liour per night, Cost of installation ...^36 0 0 Consumption of current— 48 units, at lOd. ... 2 0 0 Meter Rent ... . ... 0 0 8 Renewals ... ... 0 3 0 Total per month ...£l 3 81 Provision is made for the supply of power, fan driving, lauudry, etc., and sundry extensions.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

Good Health Makes a Happy Home. Good health makes housework easy. Bad health takes all happiness out' of it. Plosts of good women and good mothers drag along in daily misery, back aching, worried, tired and worn, because they don't know what ailB them or what to do for it These same troubles come with' w zzkidneys, and, if the kidney action is & distressingly disordered, there should be no doubt that the kidneys need help. Get a bottle of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. • They are safe and re liable. They have helped thousands of. discouraged women. A MELBOURNE CASE. Mrs. Thomas Headen, 34 Queen Street, Balaclava, Melbourne, says:— "Doan's Backache Kidney Pills hare done mc a wonderful amount of good for backache, rheumatism and general debility; in fact, they have curcd me of these ailments. Previous to taking 1 this remedy I had been a great sufferer from the kidneys, ^ but not since. Dean's Backache Kidney Pills have curcd mc of every symptom of dis ordered kidneys, and str...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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March Reminders. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1919

March Reminders. LIVE STOCK. Horses.—Those In poor condi tion should be "fed up" in antici pation of winter. Should horses not be feeding well and salivating, examine mouth for grass seeds, any seeds should be removed, and a mild mouth wash should be used. A \iery weak solution of Oondy's Fluid will answer the purpose. Grass seeds also cause blindness if not removed from the eye, and the inflammation reduced by bathing the eye with boracic solution. A teacpoinful of boraeic acid to a pint of boiling water Is tho correct strength for the purpose. Should a scum remain over the eye inject into the eye eveiy other day asmill quantity of the following solution: Sulphate of zinc 4 graius, water 1 pint. Cattle.—Cows iu milk should have plenty of succulent fodder and water easy of access. When cows in mitk have to bo fed on chaff it should be soaked with about half its bulk ill water from 12 to 24 hours, and the necessary concen trates mixed iu at time of feeding. This shaking will soltrn t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 March 1919

A machine rather a novelty to farmers in the district around Berrigan was offered at auction at Mr S. It. AfoPL'ersou's clearing sale recently. It. was an engine-func tioned harvester, an eight*loqt machine, to which was uttauhed a seveu horse-power engine. Mr. H. 11. Haines had the hammer at the time, and at first farmers seemed •shy of the concern. On the facts being explained, and it was shown that the engine could be removed if desired and horses substituted, whilst the engine could be utllsed for other farm requirements, the bidding mounted to ;£l'10, at which it was knocked down to Mr. A. Pola, of Berrigan.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Soldiers' Relief Works. BERRIGAN SHIRE TO GET £599. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 March 1919

Soldiers' Relief Works. BKRRIGAN SHIRE TO "GET ■£599. Fallowing on tl^e intimation of the Commonwealth Government at the Premiers' Cqnfercmee thqt it was prepared tq lend money to local goyerning bodies to cqrry out necessary public' works on which returned soldiers [would be employ ed, the Minister of Repatriation an nounced on Tuesday that pcuding the completion of arrangements regarding the loan, and with a view to meeting present needs, and pro. viding immediate employment, the sum of .£500,000 would be made available by way of gift to local governing bodies throughout the Commonwealth. This money is to be expended exclusively on works which will provide im mediate employment for returned soldiers, and such works must be completed within six mouths, con tingent upon a sufficient number of soldiers being available during the period. The sum available for the Berrl gan Shire is £599, and it has been suggested that a portion of this amount at least should be expended in building vi...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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The Wheat Pool. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 March 1919

The Wheat Pool. The following resolutions were carried at a recent meeting ol the J^augunjah branch. 1. That tbe continuance _ of the wheat pool and a guarantee price under the present conditions of the wheat stocks and shipping prospects in Australia is essential to the .wel fare of the wheat industry and Australia. . 2 That tbe Central Wheat Board should cousist of niue members, made up of one Federal Minister, four State Ministers, aud one farm ers' representative from each of the four wheat growing States. 3. That the farmers' representa tives on all boards should be elected by the wheat growers in each Slate who have delivered wheat to the pool. 4. That the Central Wheat Board should have power to appoint all officers, both In Australia and else where, except in the State Wheat Board and its servauts.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 March 1919

PERSONAL. Councillor J. 1'lanagan has been elected president of the aew'y formed Jerilderie Shire Council. At a meeting of the Murray shire council Cr J. Farrell was unani mously elected president for the year. Mr A. S. Austin, of Naraudera, has been elected president of the Pastoralisls' Uuion of Southern Riverina, in the placo of the late Mr It. Landale. At the name time Mr J. H. Patterson, junr , of Hart wood Station, was appointed vice president. Mr R. II. I,andalc has been elected a councillor of the Conargo shire, defeating Mr R. Holmes at the ballot. The succcssful can didate is the eldest son of the late R. H. I,andale, whose d>'ath caused the vacancy in the council. Donald, the youngest sou of the family, 19 years, who went a year ago to Eng land to join the Imperial forces, died oil the lGth tilt, in London from pneumonia. Mr S. Ilittson, J.P., was warmly complimented by ' Mr • Windeyer at the termination o? the protracted slioop stealing charges heard at Fin ley (a rep...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 March 1919

Vqlue qf Advertising. Some 15 yeats ago the A. aud F. Pears Co., of England, believing that tholr publicity had earned an invulnerable place for their products ami was nu longer necessary, ceasud adveitis'ng, says Publicity. For six months no Pears' advertising appeared, and in that period the company had lost 38 per cent, of Its business. It was estimated it cost the company .£1,1)00,000 over aud above its regular, publicity schedule to get back where it was before the experiment. !

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Live Stock "Losing Their Cuds." RESULT OF ILL-HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 March 1919

Live Stock " Losing s Their Cuds." I03SUt/r. OL' XI,r,-HIi(\LTH. .Allhou.jli the relition of His afct of chewing the cud to the natural process of digestion in c.ittle is pro bably quite generally understood, the United States Department'iof Agriculture frequently receives in quiries courerniug tlie proper treat ment, for cattle which have " lost tbeir cud,'' the impression beilig that the. end is something which 1 o'au mechanically disappt it Hid when so lost must be replied*' in order ;,;lg ^resto"reji„thvVi; tint nlfti' w "healHi." " • Rumination or chcwiug tue cnu is a natural process in countction with the digeition of cattle an 1 other rumiuant animals. In minin auts the food when taken into the stomach is imperfectly chewed, and it is returned to tli; mouth for re mastication. Thin lchirued ball of food is termed " the cud." So-callcJ loss of en.I, it is ex plained, is a suspension of chewi ig, >111*1 frequently out; of llie first indication:; of sickness in any kind of ru...

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