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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 20 June 1919
.ui A COMMON CASE OF FILES. IT MAY LEAD TO SEKIOUS RESULTS. When people Kcncially understand Iliilt all such fatal diseases as l;i'suila. Ulcer of the Kcclum, Fissure, etc., almost invariably l.c.iin ill a simple ease of Piles, they wiii iearn the wii dom of taking prompt treatment for the first appearance of this trouble. Dean's Ointment is ttneiiualled for every form of I'iles, 1 tt-hiii:&lt;, Ulccd inr, ProtrndiiiK, and Blind I'iles, aiui Inpiilri'ils of lives Iiavj been saved by usiim this cheap, but effective, remedy riulu at tile start, because at sue!' (imc&lt; a single pot has of! ,'ti effected .1 cure, while in the old, deep-seated, chronic cases several pots are some time.". neee.-.r.nrv. Here is a case: •» i Jlr. 1\ W. Martin, "Hastings." Jles "' ' .vi'.le, Sy * _ . of,'.lis I nas tortured Willi Itehin.ir I'ilcn. The ami irritation nearly drove me doctor pointe.-i Street, Marricl.vi'.le, Svdt.ey, "1-Y.r aho„t ' " Pile remedies, but could not jjel per inane...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
A Poem in Perfume. A Poem in Perfume I Why not? Poetry is suggestion to the senses, and what more subtle than the scent sense which will transport you from a country lane to tropic groves. A Poem in Perfume is embodied ill "Indasia" toilet soap; release its prisoned fragrance and the spell of the Orient, odors of Egypt and balms of Arabia become handmaids of your toilet Jndasia TOILET SOAP, Indasia Bath Crystals and Indaila Faco Powdtt will also be appreciated by users or Indasia Soap, Lever Brethtri Limited, fydnqr.
FINFEY BEAT COREE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
FINFI5Y BEAT COREE. Tliosu J toiuiiB mot-ut llio Fttiluy gr.iund, and Fin toy wore victorious by 37 points (■!—12) to Coroo's 15 points (2 3). To-morrow aferuoon Toonmwnl will meet Finley on tlie local ground, 'l'lio visitors' are. reported to be a strong combination, and a good game should be witnessed Play will commence at 3 o'clock tiliarp A uhargo of 6J will bo mado on ull non-members. Tho club will run another guessiug competition on tho result of tho niatcl#. The team select tl Lo appose Fin ley to-morrow is as follows:— H. Cann (Opt.) f. Powell R. Pow ell, P. Lorenz, fci. Davies, J Sul livau, J. Hayiies, R. Haley, A. Alun hell, E. Mansell, li. Mausell, W. Quirk, H. Shaw, II. Heneliley, S. Hariis, h. Mort, J. Wilson, J. Stewart. Eiuertjeuck-s, P. Cronin, F. Williams, G. Haidy.
Football. BERRIGAN6 7, TOCUMWAL 2-2 [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
Football. BERR1G \N6 7, TOCUMWAIy J-J Oil Saturday the lucal club visit ed Berrig.m, but good fortune did not attend them, and tliey were badly trounced by the home boys to the tune of 29 pr ints. Both teams weie strongly represented. At h.ilf-time the scores were—Ker rigan 2—2, Tocumwal 1—1. In the third quarter the visitors only added 1 point as agaiust 8 points by the home team. iiarly in the last quarter Toke scored a goal, and hopes brightened, but soou after Berrigan pressed a strong attack, and before tlu- litr. 1 bell lang tliey scored 3 goals and a like number of behinds, giving them au easy vic tory. I'inal—Btiilgau 6—7, Toc umwal 2 — 2. Tho best team undoubtedly wu» Thoplay win cramped owinij to a strung wind, and considerably hin dered by barraekois encroaching on the playing arena. Local sup ports b nay that Toko muu failed to keop their.places as tliey should, and it this is not eonueted they must continue to meet with disaster. Our boys also penalised their own play b...
Station Produce. Melbourne, 19th June. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
Station Produce. Melbourne, l'.'Ui June. The Melbourne Woolhroker's As sociation report: — .Slieep.sk h|S. — I/U);t;i &lt;ju;intitius weru submitted at this week's unc tion, :> 11 buyers bjiu.; repiesenled. Competition was kee.i for nil des criptions ;iml salislavtory clearances were marie. Values fot all des criptions u'ric well maintained on the basis of rates established ut last week's sales. Hides. — Catalogues computing 187(1 hides a-ul kip wcreofllied this week. Alth'.m;;li tlie demand in gwiieial was driigyii'g no ijuotable alteration \v#s noticeable in parcels of best quality aud condition, other descriptions however were fom par to about !.(d | er lb. lower. "Tul !o»v —Small boards were sub' milted at Wednesday's Mictions to the usual alt.n.lance of buyers. The market was lively throughout, and valtioj advanced /,'fi to ^'S per ton, |>ood colore I well leiiderfad linws appreciating to greater ex tent. If'in ted Skins.—Linger supplies of lubbit ski-s w.-re sul ...
Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
Golf. The local club conducted its first cjmpetition .on Monday afternoon last, when a gents' 18 hole stroke match was played. Kighl players took out cards, and the winner tinn ed up In F. Hortou who played a ! consistent game throughout, and with his handicap succeeded in tying with Bogey—74. Others failed to play up to practice form The link:; were in good order. Following ale the scores:— Hortou Murphy Williams Wise Gross Hep. Nett 90 16 7) 07 17 :' Adamson McVittie Parkes Dwyer 94 10 _8 105 18 87 129 35 94 122 24 98 .122 16 106 147 26 421
COMPOTE OF PEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
COMPOTE- OF PEARS. Pare, core, and slice the pears Into an enamelled stewing-pan, sprinklo caster sugar over them, and pour on enough common claret to well covor them. Set the stewpan in the oven, and simmer gently for between two and three hours. The wine makes them very rich, although it is pos sible to cook them very nice without it. Pears need vory slow and gentle cooking to make them tendor.
FROM POVERTY TO WEALTH. STORIES OF UNEXPECTED WIND-FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
FROM POVERTY TO WEALTH. STORIES OF UNEXPECTED WIND FALLS. Jt is usually relatives who die abroad who onrich their kin by un expected windfalls. In many caecs, persons have been raised from poverty to: riches by legacies from testors on whom they have never set eyes, and of whfosc existence they arc hardly cognisant. Vittopio Marina, n tickot olHco clerk at the Tivoli Railway station, in tho Buburbs of Rome, working at a salary j or^unl to ono pound n ..week, came in ' lor a windfall exceeding .CI,000,1)00 Forty ycaro ago iiis uncle Signor AUesandro Corrandoini, who wan at that time tho Italian Consul at Alex andra, was obliged to fly for his Hie during an anti-Christian persecution. He went to Buenos Ayrcs, where he miccccdod in amassing a huge fortune. After hit> death it was found that his entire fortune had been left to his nephew, tho ticket-clerk at Tivoli, who had boon kept in atoolute ignor ance of the good luck awaiting him. When Mr. Liglitfoot, an Englishman long residen...
COMPOTE OP NORMANDY PIPPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
COMPOTE OP NORMANDY PIPPIN. . Soak these for three or four hours previous to cooking them. Place thum in a stewpan with a little loaf sugar one or two cloves, and a piece of stick cinnamon ; add water enough to cover. Stew for a couple of hours and let them grow cold in their own syrup. Serve a little whipped cream over these. Dried apricots require long soaking, then gentle cooking with a small proportion of sugar and n little water ; a squeeze of lemon juice will improve them. These, like figs, are an excellent accompaniment to a custard or baked rice pudding.
HORSE'S JUMPING POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
HORSE'S JUMPING POWERS. If tlio reader will carefully measure . out 39ft. an idea of n horse's capa- ' city in this direction will be gather cri. Such a distance a steeplechase | horse called Old Chandler is reported ! to have covered at Warwick many , yeans ago ; and thero is more than I ono apparently authentic record of a horse clearing over 7ft. in height. I 'J"ho 9C&lt;me of ouch an exploit was at j the Phoenix Park, Dublin, and the horse was called Turnip. The .ani mal belonged to Sir E. Crofton, and the Duke of Richmond, then Lord Lioutonant of Ireland, wagered £500 that thin height could not be cleared. A wall of the requisite dimensions v:as built, and when finished Turnip was ridden at it. He did what wag asked of him in perfect style, but it happened that Mb Grace, not know- ' ing that the feat was ready for i>er- I formance, was not looking-when the ! jump waff made, and Turnip was therefore ridden over it again, not only successfully, but easily.
Sporting Notes. Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
Sporting Notes. Rifle Shooting:. Tile fourth Woodsome I.cos competition was held on tlie To>:iiiu wal ran^e last week-end. Tuere was a comparatively small niunler of marksmen,siuoluding a couple ot new recruits who shoivid promise. The shoot wis held under the usu-il "conditions ot 8 business shots and 2 sighters tespeclively at two ranges, the distances 011 this occa sion being30U yards and 000 y.iids. First honors were annexed by W. E. Ilobsbn, A'itli J, Flanagan and J. I'frost runneis up. The scores are appended:— • 3 >u Gou Ii'cap Tor. W.U. Ilobion 35 37 6 78 J. Flanagan 31 3'1 9 7-1 J. I'frost 28 33 13 74' J. Thompson C. M'Pherson 28 28 IS 7-1 35 33 5 73 R. Barthelson' 28 33 11 II. Tuck 34 35 . 2" 71 H. Wise ,/ 31 35 ' 5 71 H. Bench ley •J!) 26 15 . 70 P. M'Pherson 26 37 6 69 J. M'Grory 25 !W 18 66 D. Haynes 29 W 4 66 E. Smethurst 27 29 3 59 VV. Byrans 17 2-A 13 52
A RECRUITING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
A RECRUITING STORY. They are telling a good, story in the Canadian 'Army clrcloa (says tho Daily Despatch) about a ocrtain new Wittalion that iB being rained there. One of its first mombers went round •) small town canvassing for recruits, nd was met at the door of. one house by a fino looking chap in mufti, who was invited to Join up. "Well," said tlie man, "I've been out oncc." "Try. again," suggested tho other. •'Ah a matter of fact," said tho first man. "I have joined up again ; i'm in the Umpteith Rifles." "Oh ! You got a transfer to our 'ot," linked the recruit snatcher—"a, i*rf'l»y lad like you will get his stripes 'n no time." " ■"Ves," was tlw reply, "but you know I have a pretty good job with the Umptieth Rifles." '•Why, what are you?" •"IVa in command," said the lurnky voice. And so he was. Singleton : "From what I have 8c«r. of your wife, I am -led to hellove »hr i& something of a tcmporiser." Wcdderly : "You bet Bhe la. l.»nc her temper riso moro frequently Mian...
Tocumwal Police Court. (Before Mr Longfield P.M.) Thursday June 25. DUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
Tocumwal Police Court. (Before Mr [yOiigfield P.M.) Th'.'.fjJ.iy June 25. DUNKENNHSS. Joseph Hiekey pleaded guilty lo a charge of drunkenness, and was lined 2/6. INDECENT LANGU \GE. Thomas Leo was charged with using indecent laugu ige in a pub lic park, at Tocumwal within, the hearing, of persons. . - Mr. J. B. Heard appeared for de fendent and pleaded guilty Sgt Byrne informed, the Magis trate that defendant had given a wrong name io Const iblu Muddtni which led lo a summons being taken out against another man in no way concerned wi.h the ofletue. Ehud £2, with 0/ costs ILLEGALLY OX LICENSED PR1CMISES. James J. Pepper pleaded not" guilty to a charge o£ being otv the premises of the Terminus hotel during prohibited hours. Mr J. B. Beard appeared for de fendant. Sgt Byrne deposed that with Constable Maddi-i a at about 9.-) 5 p.ra on May 24th. they visiied the hotel in question, anl outside the tap room heard someone ask for a drink. Defendant was interrogated and admitted asking for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
Now's The Time For Winter Choosing— Wilson's The Place! Nature's Autumn Dress is no more lovely than the Beautiful and Fine Merchandise for Womankind now shown at WILSON'S And where el e nto there equal opportunities for the selection of beautiful thir.gt at such moderate prices ? ■ It just takes a'crisp, bright day or two to make a woE:an rea'lise how many things she needs for winter. Here you may choose from large stocks of NEW WINTER MILLINERY which include chic shapes with smart trimmings in styles appropri ate for the present wear. Be sure to see the NEW WINTER COATS and costumes. The display in our showroom contains all the smartest models in garbadiue cloth, tweed, serge and twill ill .styles to suit nil tastes. There's a hustle and a bustle in the dress goods depart ment, where a splendid array of all the newost fabrics is to be seen—serges, twills gabardines, tricotines, tweeds etc., at pi ices to suit all purses. All other ilepurtnieuts,' incliliUiii; houso drapery, litem'...
Railway Congestion at Tocumwal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
Railway Congestion at Tocumwal. The Hon R T. Ball, M.L.A., Minister for Public .Works and Railways, advis s us that as the result of the representations made to the Railway Commissioners 'fol lowing his visit to Tocumwal in April last, and of the consideration given to the matter by the Railway Department, the Commissioners have now -intimated, after consult ing with the Victorian authorities, that approval has bfcen given to the existing additional siding in the Tocumwal yard being connected up with tha rest of the accommoda tion. It is added that Instiuptions have been given for the work to be carried out quickly. Oa the occasiou of Mr Ball's visit he made au Inspection of the station yard, and it was made clour to him that the connecting up of the extra siding referred to would practically mean doubling the tran shipment facilities at Tocumwal. Mention was recently made at a meeting of the Progress Association of the inconvenience caused to pas sengers through the Sydney train be...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 27 June 1919
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Stewed meat requires less fuel to :ook it than roasted, and is quite as nourishing. Burnt saucepans should never be filled.with soda-water, or they'll burn again ; use salt and wator instead, and leave until the next day, then bring slowly to the boil, when the jurat portion will come quite clean. To whiten a kitchen table that lias uccomc.discoloured, spread on. it over sight a layer of wood ashes that iuvc been previously made into a iquid paste with water. Next raorn ng brush off the ashes and scrub tilli soap and water without, soda -idded. . A rubber Bponge is an oxcellent in strument for dry-cleaning woollen, riaterials. The article to be cleaned .liould be laid upon a flat surface • ml rubbed briskly with a sponge, iikin:1: care always to rub the wrong .(it; of the nap and to dean tho rouge carefully after each rub. When the children are troubled with tcs from the midges and other an •oying insects, cover the bites with i-prt.Q made of carbonate of soda «-d a...