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Market Reports. Melbourne, April 29. FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
Market Reports. Melhounie, April 29. FAT SHEEP. About 47,000 yarded. The mar ket opened with brisk competition, and at the clone of the market prices for best descriptions recedod to from 11 to 1/0 per head, when for extra prime heavyweight:) prices showed a pronounced decline from former rates. Quotations :— Crossbred wethet.s, piini" from 29/ to 34/, extra prime from 35/ to 37/, superior lots from .JS/ to 43/, odd sheep higher, good fiom 25/ to 28/, olheis Inaiu 20/ ' to 24/. Crussbicd cue:', prime from 21/ to 28/, c.xti.i prime ftom 2!'/ to 33/, superior lot:; fmtn 31/ to 38/6, a. lew lo 40/, good from IS/ to 23/, middling :md .inferior from 11/ up wards. Merino wethers, best from 27/ lo 'In/. a few 1° '^/i Bond from 221 to 20/, middling from 16/6 to 21 /, few culls less. Merino ewes, prime from 20/ to 25/, medium and good,from 11/ to I '>/, Inferior old ewes'from' 5/ upwards. l'AT LAMBS. About 15,500 penned. Prices harifened toslighlly increased rules. Quotations :—Prime sold...
CHARGE OF TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
CHARGE OF TRESPASS. William E. A. Edwick, owner of Aratula Station v. P. Head, trespas sing on property. Mr J. B. Beard appeared for plaintiff and Mr W. R. Johnson for defend ant. Counsel for plaintiff, in outlining the case, said defendant had other ways of getting to his property but it would be proved that he came along and cut a fence and deliber ately went through the'property. Mr Johnson at the outset raised a technical objection In that notice In writing of the action had not been served ttndor Section 9 of the Act. Mr Beard said the objection was not worthy of consideration. If not withdrawn his client was pre pared„to proceed by writ; for dam ages or other serious police court proceedings. The P.M. gave it as Ills opinion thai the objection hardly held. Mr Johnson did not press it. - "William Edwick deposed that he was the owner of a piece- of free hold land known as Stilliird.s. The land is enclosed on three sides by fencing, and the Murray formed the.southern boundary. Mr...
Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL, and Flnley FreePress. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919 Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
Tocumwal Guardian RIVER1NA STOCK JOURNAL, and Flnley Frea Press. (Established 1897.) FKIDAY, MAY 2, 1919 Local and General The Public School will re-open ou Monday. A. M'Pherson, tailor and oul fi'.tcr, will visit Tocumwal to morrow. New Motor Garage. Watch next issue for Hall & Mori's announcement concerning the opening of a new motor garage at Tocuuiwal. Their temporary address is Staples' Hotel. Two fine cars for hire. ! Poace Celebrations. The Federal Cabinet 1ms approved a recoinmoiidtilion of the Peace Cole biations Committeo that there shall be only a two-days' period for cele brations—Sunday for thanksgiving anil Jioiidliy to bo a public holiday. The ohildions' ilny will thus be eliminated, and the peace mortals will bo presented on tho Monday. •Precaution is Hctlur than Curo. Touumwiil is singularly freii i'l' 'In infectious disoasus, I111L this uan.bu put down moio to gooil luck Mum to good management. When making tliia statement wo ltavo in iniud | suveral of the ...
Finley Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
Finley Notes. Diphtheria is bad in the-town, and a four-year-old son of Mr P. Math eisou died of thejcomplaint last Fri day. A welcome home was accorded to Signaller Keith. McAllister at the residence of Mr. and Mrs A. Coulter, and the returned soldier was presented with a gold medal by the residents of Retreat. Peace will be celebrated at Fin ley on the Tuesdav following the day on which the treaty is signed by a procession and monster picnic oo the show giound. Private R. I/?adbeater received a hearty reception on his arrival back last Friilay from the front. It js slated that. Mr Chaffey has disposed of the balance of his Tup pal estate iu blocks ranging from 10U0 to JOOO acies. A public meeting . decided to plant an Aveuue of Honor iu the resetve opposite the private hospi tal. • ' ' ■ At ithe annual meeting of the Finley branch of the F, and'S; Association Mr. J. Howe was unaui moiisly re-elected pres'dent, and Mr Jeans was elected secretary. It was resolved to ask the P.P. Boa...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
Personal. Prior to her departure from the district, Mrs \V. Carioll, who has beerj a devoted worker for the Roman Catholic Church at To? utnwal, was entertained by the lady members of thecougregation, and w is presented with a holy pic ture.by the Rev^Father O'Reilly. We understand that Mrs J. B. Beard, who has been an ienthusias tic Red Cross worker from the be ginning of the war, is on her way home to Australia, to rejoin her husband. . The friends of Mrs Turner will be pleased to hear that she has almost fully recovered from the ill-effects of ptomaine poisoning, which endan gered Uer life a little time back. Mr Chittiuk, who only took over the duties of stationmastor at Toc mnwal a few woeks ago, has again been appointed to the relieving stall, and takes his departure shortly. Mi'Kitto, of Ballarat Bast, is his successor. Mr Dyer, appointed to the man agement ot' the local National Bank, arrived in Tocumwal from Swan Hill last woek-end, accompanied, by Mis Dyor and family. Mr Ra...
Tocumwal Commons. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
Tocumwal Commons. A meeting of trustees was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Wednes day night. Present—Messrs Slicl dtick. (ehiiiruiau), B.invu, Kidd and Moore, and the secretary Mr .1. Hearn. It was resolved to call upplica Jious for a herdsman at a salary of ~£35 per annum, the herdsman'n duties to include tlie oversight of the fences. The question of commoners' rights wns generally discussed. It was agreed that with a commons of a limited area of only 195 acres, to serve a township exceeding 1000 Inhabitants in population, it was giving away too much In allowing a commoner agistment for six head. It was unanimously resolved to ap ply \Jov a gazettal limiting; each commoner's number of stock to two, and to aineud the qualifica tions so as only to include house holders. The secretary notified his inten tion of rosigning within 1-1 days. The amount of the elilim against the Railways Commissioners for sad supplied has been fo'ind not to exceed
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
NmrseE. M. Ma I!i i 502 New Sonlh 11 cacl Uoutl, j( WooIWira, N.3.W., writes c( " 1 rccommcnd il lo my patientt in caacsol lmlincstion, Dyipopila and Acute Ncrvomnen." 1111 MlttllCINK . Itlhl"! lot tlio*e wln>»r eyxlcm# fc«»l Ibt Inboui*. etj«»emll' NURSE HALL writes:— "I cannot estimate the value of your medicine. " Where my patients show symptoms of want of sleep, nervousness nnd dyspepsia 1 often rccommcnd it. "My house would not be thoroughly equipped without it." " Personally, I derive much benefit from a few doses of it when fatigued." (Signed) NURSE E. H. HALL THIS LETTEK imi.t ..! the r™Jrr limiting. Those wlio Irom oennai Ill-health. Bil!iumnr««, .Sir.k Hr.yjathc. Low Spiiili, I'o(ir or Inclinc*iion should lake llii* medicine. ALL CHEMI3TS AND STOJtES GUI IT THROUGHOUT ftL'GTHALIA Clement" Tunic W. REGINALD JOHNSON, ... SOLICITOR ... iM UK It AY STRKJ5T, ToeumwJiL. QUIRK'S MOTHTj, I'TNIil'iy. livory Tuesday. Commissioner for Affidavits. Truat. uionuyH to loiul in sums of...
Soldiers' Settlement at Tuppal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
Soldiers1 Settlement at Tuppal. Mr B. M'Grady, of Berrigaii, i; the author of the following inteiest ing article published in the " Ad vocate" :—I notice thai the Fin ley branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Association took s teps to impress on the Government the necessity of the immediate construction of a "railway line from Fin ey to I lie Tuppal soldiers' settlement. J think this movement should find support from some of the public bodies. The repatriation commit tee and the shire council are all concerted with the welfare of our returned men. The Government has invested nearly a quarter of a million pounds in the Tuppal set tlement, and it should see that these few miles of railway are construct ed so as to make It a success for Itself and the soldiers on the laud. This line can be run alongside the Deniliquin road, and would cost nothing for land. There is 110 oc casion at present to conutrui t the line to Deniliquin. Fifteen miles out brings the line into the centre of the set...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 2 May 1919
'OBITUARY. Very deep regret was expressed by residents when the news readied Tocnuuval Inst Tuesday morning tlmt Miss Dolly Leo, only daughter of Nnrso Loo, of this town, had suc cumbed to pneumonic influenza at Molbournothe provious night The deceased young lady was a resident of this town of many years staudiug, and her bright, wiusome maunor made hur a. fuvorito with all clauses. At Xmas time sho spent a brief holiday nt liome, and renewed ac quaintanceship with many, and it is hard to "realise that tlio Grim Roapor lias hud low a beautiful vonng wo man and passed by many in his deadly purpose. The sympathy of the whole community goes out to the bereaved mother.and brothers in their extromely sad loss. There passed away at Tatura, last Saturday an esteemed resident in the person of William Donaldson, aged 65 years. Sympathy is felt for the following members of the family who reside in the district — Mr Alan Donaldson, Mrs Daw, and Mrs. Bed- well (all of Finley), and Mrs Collie (o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 9 May 1919
Kiir (.'.hililmi's lluckiiiK Cnuuli, Wooils' t!l'oaf. lJi'P]ii'niunl (',nn\ I/!) ii 11 i.l U/!>. r.-p»»r>rermj»a^-niicrr7>->; E.-P. Jnm Spoon nnd flutter Knlf«, aa«ort«ri deigns 7/9 to 12/6 at Anthony Horderns'. Why? Simply bccauio Jnr^o quantities arc nlwnyc bought nt « nior« favorable figure mid thin benefit being pnsatd on. An* thony Hord&lt;rn«* ctutomor* got THE VERY BEST VALUE. Thorn Ii» the ndded «dvnntnR« of «n 3 ratetiftlvo v/irloty /or ncloctian. A number of famous Sheffield ntnkes arc stocked. T**o are here described. MADE BY JOSEPH RODGF.RS ft SONS. Round .S.junre R Xylonite Xvlonitr H Hnndle. HntuHe. fl Tnblfl Knives .... 58/-- 50/~J&lt; 55/- I Dessert Knives.. 50/- 42/- f&lt; A')/- g Cnrvera 22/6 21/- R Steels 5/6 5/- | Stun I fondle Tnhle Knives nod Sterl I Forks 20/- per do/, put™ B MADE BY HARRISON BROS. AND 8 1IOWSEN. I Round Squnrn R Xylonite XytrmKo B Handle. Mnndlr. I Tnblo Knives .... 40/- 32/- I Dessert Knives .. 36/— 28/— R...
Insulting Language. CONFLICTING HVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 9 May 1919
Insulting Language. CONFLICTING HVIOKNCK. The following evidence was given in the charge preferred by Jessie M'Culloek against. James Powell of having used insulting language to her daughter, Molly I'leteher, on the evening of April 28. Mr Longfleld, P.M., officiated. Mr J. B. lieard .appeared for' the prosecution, and accused was de feuded by Mr W. U. Johnson. All witnesses in the case were ordered out of court. j Mary Fletcher deposed that 011 the evening in question she was on her way to the po.it office, and saw accused in the vicinity of that build ing in company with Krrol Davics, Stanley James and Con Peacock. Coming back she spoke to Peacock who replied " Good-night Molly." As she passed she also lieard ac cused use the offensive remark complained of. She concluded it was the result of a disturbance in the billiard room un Saturday night. She went home and complained to her mother, and they sought out Powell, who denied using the words. They asked Davics what was said, and h...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 9 May 1919
Personal. A number of returned men were most enthusiastically entertained by town and district people of My wee recently. The": largo ball was well filleq} the dauciqg element fyeing well represented. A few musical items were rendered and many complimentary speeches de livered. The boys (viz., Privates Leo Sbarry, T. Sharry, Cpl. H. B. Karrall, Sergt. Jas, Cope, and Lieut W. Waite, M.M. and bar) made suitable responses. As usual the ladies were responsible, for a splen did supper that was handed round and very much fippreciated. The evening proved a most enjoyable oue, and everyone went home well pleased, after the rendering of "For fliey are Jolly Good Fellows" and the National Anthem. Mr Wm. Hughes filled the chair—"Leader". General regret is felt at the death of Mr R.Cook, headmaster of Nil murkah State school. Mr Cook, wbo was suffering from double pneumonia, wns apparently recover ing when he took a relapse and suddenly succumbed. Mr Kitto, who succeeds Mr. Chittick shortly as ...