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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

I'. v • . I Rifle Shooting:. A tmacular couipetibn was held on the I*"i 11 ley r.im;e ou Monday, wheir teams representing Tacit 111 wal, Berrigau and Finley clubs par ticipated. 'Tim match Mutually re solved Itself into ii coulust bolween Puiley and Berrigun through the home te.iin voicing piat the inclusion ol" E. Smethurstas a Tocuuiwal representative, when (they asserted) he was iu reality a member of Finley ulub. On the other hand "the Toctrinwal visitors c liitendid that the marksman in dispute was a member of their club, and .had been for same con siderable time during which he had performed solely as ti member of this club. The difference ot opin ion resulted in a deadlock, and fin ally Toeumwal withdrew from the shoot, having only tired over one range. The shoot resulted iu a win for Benigan by a considerable margin of points, as the appended scores (for which we are indebted to the Finley"Mail") will show:— • l''; ' v KINLEY. 500 600 Total G. Batchelor" 34 34 68 D.' Pinchen...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Notes. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

Sporting Notes. Football. Tlic opcni::;; ms'.chcs for the 191 'J season of the S.R F.A. will lie held on .Saturday next when Beirigau will meet Finley 011 the local ground and Coree will travel to Tocumwal to meet the local team here. Toctiuiwal-players are requested to ba 011 the giound in leidinesn to .st.irt at i o'clock sharp. A charge of.sixpence adniiss on wiil he made to all other than those wearing members' tickets. A meeting .of Association dele gates was held at Finl -y on Wed nesday evening, when applications for the positions of umpires weic dealt.with- Messrs O. G. Scouliar (Kiulcy) and D. Haynes (Tocuni wal) were the only applicants .and were appointed. The former will umpire the 'Finley-Berrigan match' at Finley, aud the latter the Tocuui wal-Coree match at Tocumwal on Saturday., : Following are the m:itch (ixturos for the season (matches to be play ed ' on the,, lirst-numed team's ground :— Juue I4.—Fink'y v. Berri. an, Tocumwal v. Coree. 1 June Ul.—Bearigan v. Tocum...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

MUSTY NAIL., i . Evoryono known tho duu^or of a wound fi'oin-ii ruatyTTliil, imd how iiniioitnut. it is to (jivo tliu woiiml iminotliiito iiMontioii. Do not delay, cluiiuno tlio wound with hot walur, and tliun apply Ulminburlnm'a Pain Utilm i'rooly. Uind uji tlio wound for pro-' toction, and in a f»w days you will lind that it lias hualo'd without luuvifig a scar. Sold ovorywhoro. , Foi'Glironio (Jliosl. Uoinpluiu'ts, WeoUs' Groal i'oi>i>unjiiui, Gui'o, 1/9 and 2/0.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Soldiers' Memorial Hall [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

Soldiers' Memorial Hail The Executive Committee ap pointed at tilt: recent public, meet ing met iti the Mechanics' Institute last evening. ; In the absence of tho president (Mr I,. H: B. Webb), through in fluenza, Mi' Sheldrick was voted to the chair. Owing to illness of a number of the members only routine business was dealt with, and the meeting . was id join ned to. Tuesiluy evening next, .when it is intended to make ' arrangements for the proper launching of the movement. A ~ number of novel suggestions lor. entertainments have been made and many promises of support have ; been received.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

Odor of Ind. ' fi & ■ ■ Odor of Iml I Elusive, unique, the aristocracy of perfume, suggestive of the airs of Eastern roiiics. As a mere scout it. would be over powering, but' blended with a rarely delicate toilet soup like " I miasm," "it adds the lantjiiorous luxurj of the Orient to the toilet. ^ DAS! A TOSLbT SOAP pUitc ' Ilit ■ Until' Cry-lnl> am! ' lixin&i Face Powder 1 willalsulenpprcciiUcd.byujersof ItV-lasia Soap. •. f.c.vtr ttrodun Limiitti, Sydtity. Come to. the "Guardian" office when you want better printing.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Berrigan Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

Berrigan Shire Council. MONTHLY M1CKTING. Tlio monthly molding of thu liir rigair Shiro Council was lrold. ,uii Monday last, ivlion f.lirro t pre sent:—Councillors J. IKIJuvies (pro Rideiifc), A. Hi'skino, VV. i'ylu, W. J.. Grogguiy, 1i. Burwuod, 11.,Vagg awl ■ S. H. Sfott. ■ , ; , Tho minutes of Llio previous moot: iug wero road and confirmed. •' coi!iibsi'Osi.ii;nch. Front K. T. Bull, M.L.A., saying, ., thai, as requested, lie wus roforrim; . tlio matter »'f the amount of work, e.) I (oil upon liy tlio police mni;isLrii Io. to imdeitnko Ui tlio Miuister for Justico.—Roco:vod. From H. W. 'I'nck ,'Comnnwnl, wak ing nitont^on to tlio stroot in front of him tesidonco.—Tho euginoor to at. ' tond. * ' From J. N.. i. Weir, inspector ti/i tlio Duitiliquin Pastures Protection Board, saying Unit Mr ,1. Quinii, of Fin ley, had complained of rabbits existing on tho sanitary dopol. lit Fiuloy.-^rTlio mattur to fau attended to, Froin .lt. T. Bali, M.li.A, .stilting that tliii Minister li'ni tak...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Influenza Epidemic. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

Influenza Epidemic. The inllueiiz.a vpideniic in the township lias assumed very serious proportions, and a large .percentage of residents have fallen victims to it, although the indications are that the worst pha>e of the epidemic is over. A letnarkable feature about / the disease is the suddeiin ss. with .. which it attacks people. Many, of the sulTerers have been well aud strong one hour, and a little time later have been in a burning fever.. Jii.uumy instances after the fever has left them, patients have been too precipitate in. getting on to their feet, with the result that many have suffered a i elapse. There has beell a lather general dislocation of business and social. engagements owing to the effects of the infill- • enza. On Saturday afternoon the A. and 1'. Society meeting had to be postponed, and at night the Pa vilion pictuies had perforce to close dowli owing to th .• illness of priuci | pals I.ater, tliu board of manage-;. ! nieut of the Presbyterian Church were com...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

I'Yiiv JlroiKiliiul Cuuylia lulio Wouilis' ■><.<rcnI. Puppummil (jui'i).' l/'J ami ii/i). . .

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WHERE OUR POWER LIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

WHERE OUR LIES. ' One of tho primary lesions of war) is tho valuo of man, and especially a ,flt man, a man with a sound mind and floul, and in the future the nation, which has most of thts ty*>e to tho square mile will he rogardied as >th© best and happiest. : But sound men grow from sound •children, just as trees grow from tho good, straight saplings ; horses from good, well-bred foals; fine bcaHhy vegetables from well-tendered, wrtl manurgd, rich-soiled, well-watered sunny market-garden. These things are so obvious that it almoBt seems superfluous to enumerate them. Yet wo lot our children grow like weeds wherever they happen to be blown by the winds of circumstances of winds of chance. • Wo stand by and watch millions of them grow up under conditions which are prc-destined to produce poor results. And they arc a nation's chief wealth—the wealth that will besf repay .preserving. As a nation, we need to see vividly, to appreciate vitally, to understand, fundamentally, that wh...

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Advance for Fallowing. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

Advance for Fallowing'. In view of Uit; success which at tended the advance made during; last year to assist farmers in fallow ing, the Minister for Agriculture has decided to again make this ad vance available for the coming sea sou. The conditions are as fol lows:—Ploughing has to be coui I pleted before 30th September, 1919, | south of a line drawn from Angle i dool to Cassilis to Sydney, and . I north of that line by 20th February, 1920. Ploughing must be done to a depth of not less than 4iu. with either disc or mould-board ploughs, ! and the land must be thereafter cultivated and kept free from weeds with either one-way disc, skim plough, spring tooth cultivator, or other suitable implement and the area sown with wheat. Security w'll be taken by a lien over the crop, repayable on 1st February, 1921, interest being charged at the rate of 5 cIo per annum- The ad vanie will be at the rate of 5/- per acre. Applications must be made on the form provided by the De partment of Agricul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

T. BOYLE TOCUMWAL BRIDGE SAWMILLS In prepared to supply all kinds of Rurl Gum Timber for Tl 11 i(dcj-.s. Contractors and Wheelwrights. I'tol. ' \Yusl« Piiliugs, Slabs and Policing Droppers cut from . m:mI timber Fm-llr i- particulars and all information from— T. BOYLE, Sawmiller, P5r Tocumwal

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

OBITUARY. After au illness of very short duration the death occurred at Toc umwal during the early lioms of Sunday morning last, , of Mr Enoch Beasley, at the age of 52 years. The deceased contracted pneumonia, and as he had been suffering guneral ill health for a considerable time prior to that affliction medical attention proved futile to combait the disease. The deceased, who was a native of Ballaral, followed general occupa tions in Tocumwal and district for over 26 years, ami was of quiet un assuming disposition. He was a brother of Mr F. Beasley, of the Farmers' -Arms . hotel, and i .Mrs Batchelor (Jerilderu-Fiuley road). The mortal remains w.ete iulerred in - the Cliuich of Eng land portion of the Tociumval ceme tery, Mr W. R. Johnsou officiating at the graveside'.

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PALACES ON WHEELS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

PALACES GH WHEELS. Now that Nicholas hos baen de throned, it is to be presumed that in future hie. special train, with its real Russian bath, kitchons, a chapel, and all the comforts of a palace, will be at the .disposal of the future president of Russia. Possibly they may think It too regal, as the French did of the one that was left by their last mon-. arch. The train now in use by the Presi dents of the French Republic was built in a hurry, in thirteen days to be oxact, for the purpose of carrying to France the Tsar of Ruseia—a visit that cemented the alliance between France and Russia. So hastily was the private personal car built that not until the tenth day did it occur to anyone that the Tear might wish to take a bath. So ths roof of tb« car was promptly cut/ open and a space made large enough to allow the lowering of a huge silver bath* tub into a corner of tfae car. The tub is the/e afttr all theae yea£s, anc bo' is the patch on the car roof. That car has carried at some ti...

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"UNCLE SAM'S" PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

"UNCLE SAM'S" PURSE. "Uncle Sam" has reaBon to be proud when he looks at his mountains ol money bags, from which he is norv so lavishly supplying the sinews of the world-war, for no nation on earth even approaches the record of Ms riches. Of every .€100 of the wbrld'6 wealth he callR .€20 his own. His possessiona are greater than those of France and Germany combined, a pood Gvo thous and million more than the entire wealth of the United Kingdom, and three times that of Russia, and fif teen times that of the whole.Austral ian continent. All the world's mines could not pro duce in two ceflturien gold equivalent to bis riches, which represent more than 200 times all the gold current in Great Britain and Ireland beforo the war. Thia gold output ia so colossal in quantity that it would outweigh the entire population of Yorkshire, and. a train necessary to trawport it woiiid consist of 15,700 trucks, each carrying ten tons—a train drawn by 500 loco motives, and long anough to reach from L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 13 June 1919

The World's Best Separator "ALFA-LAVAL"' IT will pay you to get rid of that old, out-of-date Separator you're at present using and instal a fine new model "ALFA-LAVAL." The "ALFA" is being used daily by 2,000,000 Dairymen the world over on account of its Efficiency, Simplicity and Durability. It skims cleaner than any other Separator— this has been proved—is very simple to operate and, if properly handled, will practically last a lifetime. Write for Catalog "A.51"—post free on request—and learn more about this wonderful Separator. U. Bartram & Son P6y. Ltd. 686 Bourko St., Melbourne HOW to CURE DEAFNESS TIIE Curative Properties of DB/1P 0YER arc truly wonderful, A dimple preparation has recently been dis covered by an ominunt i'liybicmn iiuFranco whiok has boon found wonderfully effect ive iu curing doafnesB mid head noises. No sufferer should fail to try this splen did Cure. Sent Post Frco for 3s. W.c COOPER, 31 Villiers Strsai North Moltournv,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 20 June 1919

COLDS THAT HANG ON. Any colli or cough will lmng oti to you as long us you will lot it. I'Jut surely you tiro not as foolish as to lot it hang on. Moru ti'oitblo in caused by noglootod colds than most }>uoplo ltinlisu. Tro.it a cold iu tho first stago by •taking Chamberlain's Cough liomedy j it will give immediate and permanent roliof. Sold everywhere.

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The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 20 June 1919

The Churches. Services for Sabbath next; Methodist—Toomuwnl 11 a.m. Roy. Curtis Pioeby^oi'iau—Itotvoat 11 a.m. Fiuley 3 p.m. yocumwnl 7.30, Mr Stevens,

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Langunyah F. and S. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 20 June 1919

Langunyah F. and S. The monthly meeting was held at the residence of Mr S. Sebastian on Wednesday evening, Juue lltli. There were 10 members present, Mr H. 0. Johnson (president; occupy ing the cliair. Outward correspondence was ap proved and inward received. A discussion took place over the declared intention of the directors of the Co-operative Company to put a salaried man to receive wheat on behalf of shareholders at Fiuley, Lmigunyuh and Lenistou. It was thought that a sub-agent should be placed at Lnngtmyab, and a resolu tion was carried that Mi E. J. Gorman (director) be written to, urging him to take action in the manner proposed. The meeting also recommended that, if an ap pointment is made, it be given to Mr J. Daniel", a returned soldier, who carried the confidence of share holders in that district. Mr E. J. Gorman was appointed representati?e of tbe Xangunyah bramh at the forthcoming annual H. and S. conference to be held at Sydney. In respect to a meeting to be held at ...

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Tungamah Shire and Influenza. THE BILL OF COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 20 June 1919

Tungamah Shire and Influenza. THE BIU, OF COSTS. The afie;math of the influenza inoculation which had been carried out by the Tutigamah Shire Council through its Uvo medical odices, and by n Numurknh doctor, was vividly biought before the Council on Mon day, when tue bill of cwts was pre sented, aggregating in all a sum of .£415. The,following acoouuts ware sub mitted to the Council for payment: —Dr Kennedy (Cobrani), ^206/5/ Dr Adcock (Tungamah) jQ 171/7/6; Dr Harbison (Numutknh) ,£34/7/6 Health Department, vaccine, As might have been expected, councillors looked somewhat aghast at the formidable bill, and subse quent remarks uttered went to show that they folt that, as a body, that some binding arrangement should have been made before entering In to such a matter. Although the Council will not be called upon to pay the whole of this amount—the State Government pays half—still it is rather a formidable drain on the exchequer at .the present time but since the cxpendituie was in cur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 20 June 1919

i-'ifr lironuhiul Couglis tako Woods' Grout Peppermint Guro, 1/0 und 2/0.

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