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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

Victorian Producers' Co-operative Company LIMITED 539-608 Collins Street, Melbourne. Sell on consignment:—livestock, wool, gilun, hides, skins; tallow, chaff * POTATOES, AND AM, kinds Ol' IMIODUCB. ' Rebates to'.shareholders on Live Stock, Cornrucks, Tivincs, Oils, ctc. Government Shipping Agents under the Victorian G-ivernnvjnt 'Wheat S^luni-j.. Woolsellin g Brokers under the War Precautions (Wool) Regulations, Sheep Skin Agents under , the War Precautious (Sheep Skin) Rcgcilationi. Rabbit Skin Agents under the, ,^\Var Precautions (Rabbit Skin) Regulations. • Auction sajes weekly of Hides, Skins and Tallow. Tuesdays and Thursdays—Dairy Produce. Fridays—Doa'd Meat, • ■ $' , Livke stock sales as follows:—-Tuesdays, Newmarket, S.hecpand Lambs. Wednesdays , Newmarket, Fat Cattle. Wednesdays and Thursdays, Corporation Yards, Pigs. • v * Fridays, Corporation Yards, Dairy and Store Cattle. ' . . ^ Bendigo—Mondays, Sheep and Lambs. Tuesdays, Cattle and Calves. Fridays, Pigs.. ■ Bonalla—Alt...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOOMED AND DAMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

j DOOMED AND DAMNED. Can Germany bo forgiven ? Behind all the vain glorious talk <#• tho Gnemy, is the disturbing, terrible feel ing that in Bight of tho world they arc eternally damned, and tlint, long after tho war iH over, the uame of Germany will bo loathed and spurned. Thoy see that the great democratic nations of tho world are allied against them, and though thoy aro offering many cxcubos (or this tremendous hostile world coalition, yet in their heart of hearts there aro those who are not deceived. They are conscious that *\b(V; world iH in arms -againBt tbem, bccauso the world brand© them us enemies of the human race. And they wonder whether it will always be so ; whether a generation after the war's end, in the sight of man kind, they will still bo unforgiven. The'world loathes Germany primar ily as tho author of thia awful con flict, with its crushing burden ol misery and suffering, a conflict pro mpted by greed and dynastic ambi tions. But the loathing would not...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

WHEN you ARB RUN IS OWN. AVhon you uro run flown somo of tho firat Bymptoni# jtni imp«iie:l dilation, ouiistipHtiun mid lio;vl.»oluv;. Tlum you no«fl u uat'u iiu-I S|"n»;?«ly mo.limine to ioIu»to thosoniliniHilM. Tak* lMmnil;m,lnin,s>Tab luts nu«l you will .1 uow h.»tn^. '|'ho HrBtdo;io tftvm sjiuoity relief forum sick iMjiulublu*, biliou'iiHjfJ.s Constipation, lack nf um>oiHo and dyiipupaiu. Im.-.tm f im proximumt fVlluws a course of Ch.v:ubei* laiu'd TubloU. Hold Uvuryuhero. (Tvenables, Drovcrj hone No. 19. focumwal i'or Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/9 and 2/«J. "

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Returned Soldiers' Welcome Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

Returned Soldiers' Welcome Fund. Mr A. Sheld'iek writes : —"I beg to offer a suggestion through your columns as to the future manage ment of the local Returned Soldiers' Welcome Fund. When the boys returned singly or in twos it was an easy matter to organise socials and raise sufficient fuuds to meet the expenditure incurred in pur chasing medals and other incident al details. Now, however, the soldiers are returning in greater numbers, and I believe there are quite a lot of tlxeiu in the district who must be honored in the way others have been, but it is impos sible for the committee to raise the necessary funds by socials alone. I therefore suggest that a subscrip tion list be opened forthwith, also that the next presentation be made 011 Peace Day, when all the resi dents will have the opportunity of honoring the boys. There are not very many more soldiers to return, and we should not allow our efforts to cease now. I enclose a donation to the fund.—I Signed) A Sheldrick. 2/7/1919...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

Progress Association. Members of the above met at the Institute on Tuesday evening, the president, Mr W. R Johnson, oc cuping the chair. Business, as follow?, was trans acted : — Outward Correspondence. The hon. secretary, Mr F. W. ' Beasley, read the following— To Shire Council, re sundry re solutions. To Water Supply Commission re river gauge. To local Stationmaster, re holding up of passenger trains in the local yards. ' To Langunyah F. & F. re free inoculallou. To Hon. R. T. Ball in apprecia tion of efforts in various requests. To Railways Commissioners re traffic congestion and extra loop line. .. To Fedaral Meteorologist re vari ous mattehs. ■ ' /Inward Correspondence. From Commonwealth Meteorolo gist, ata.tlng that funds would not . permit the equipping of any new cllmatologleal stations at present.— It was resolved to ascertain the cost of an aneroid barometer and a self registering thermometer. From Berrigaii Sbire Council, stating that as the local doctor had refus...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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LOCAL CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

LOCAL CELEBRATIONS Tne Peice Celebrations Commit tee has decided, subject of course to the approval of the Common wealth Government, that the cele brations iu Australia wi 1 synchro nise with those in . Great Britain"' This decision was cume to at a meeting of the committee held on Friday. ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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PEACE SIGNED. THE FINAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

PEACE SIGNED. THli FINAL ACT. The Peice Treaty was signed at Veisail.s hist Salutd >y. The Ger- /: nun delegation, consisting of two ministers in liUrr B*uet's Cabinet, / Her Hermann Mueller, a leader of the Social Democratic party, aged 4-3, and Herr Johannes Bell, a law yer of Usseti, wh) entered politics in 1912 and belongs to the Roman Catuolic party, artived at Versailles on Saturday. The Conference assembled at the Great Palace of Versailles. At 3 p.m. the German delegation entered In a dignified manner, bow- . itig sevu-dl times. M. Clemeneeau invited the Germaus to sign. He asked them if they were willing to © sign, and they replied in the affirm- ' alive. They went to the table, and within a couple of minutes their signatures were attached. It. was then 3 12 p ni. President Wilson, a\lhe head of the American dele galion, signed, and was followed by the British Empire delegation and the delegations of France, Italy, Japan and other Nations. After the last miuute a stipula...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Memorial Hall Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

Memorial Hall Fund. A meeting of the executive com mittee of the above was held in the Mechanics' Institute last Saturday afternoon. Mr L- H. B. Webb pre sided. The secretary, Mr H. Dwyer, read a communication received from Mr Ball, M.L.A., stating that he Would attend to the request to have the block of land adjoining the post office, which had been promised as a site for the memorial hall, reserv ed for that purpose. In the matter of granting permis sion to make, a public appeal the Repatriation Department irjtimatgd that the request would be forwarded on to the local committee.—This matter will probably be discussed at Beirlgau next Monday. The meeting, on the 'motion ot Mr Dwyer and Dr Hill, approved of the proposal to merge with the Mechanics' Institute, aad it was . resolved, on the motion of Dr Hill and Mr Huarn, to ascertain if the ' Minister for Jjauds wopld consent to the amalgamation of both blocks providing the present Institute trustees resigned and fresh ones were appo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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LATEST PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

IvATESr. PARTICULARS. : It is announced by tbe. Prime Minister that Peace will be celebrat ed in Iyondou on July 19th, and it i is desired that all ihe Dominions' celebrations should synchronise." A PUBi^IU MKlil'ING will be ■ held at 1OCUM VV AL, oil MON.---* DAY NIGH l* next, at Mechanics'. v> lnstitutev to make' prepar 11 ions for '■. the local celebrations. - "

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL, and Finley Free Press. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1919 Local and General Wandering Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA STOCK JOURNAL. and „ ' , Flnloy Free Proas. * (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1919 Local and General Wandering Stock. Inspector Roche secured /a haul 111 a raid made on wandering cattle at the beginning of the week, and the pound yard presented the ap pearance of a cattle markot the same evening. Recent Shire Thistle Prosecutions. In connection with one of the cases dealt with at the Berrigau court recently, it is not, utillkely more will be beard of the matter, as the result of some alleged bard swearing. Police Coui t. Messrs P. Quirk and S. Hutaou Js'P. adjudicated on the Bench at the local police court yesterday. Thomas Shaw was presented under arrest for having disobeyed a summons to appear at Berrigan court on the 1st Inst, to answer a charge of obscene language, and he was remanded to appear at Ber rigan to-day. Sgt Byrne, inspec tor under the Diseased Anim.ils and Meat Act, secured an order to destroy a cow suffering from tuber culosis which ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

Now's The Time For Winter Choosing— Wilson's The Place! Nature's Autumn Dtess is no more lovely than the Beautiful aud Fine Merchandise for Womankind now shown at WILSON'S And where el e are there equal opportunities for the selection of beautiful thingt at such .moderate prices ? It just takes a crisp, bright day or two to make a woman realise 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 garbadine cloth, tweed, serge and twill in styles to suit all tastes. There's a hustle and a bustle in the dress goods depart ment, where a splendid array of all the newest fabrics is to be seen—serges, twills gabardines, trieotiues, tweeds etc., at prices to suit all purses. AU other departments, including house drapery, men's and boy's merc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

John Hearn Farrier, Coachbuilder, Genera! Black smith and Veterinary Dentist Local agent for— : General Accident ami L^iro Insurance Corporation ; Cy cloiio Gates an<l-buncos ; Sunshine Harvesters, otb.j Fur phy Tanks, Swing Bars, etc ; Watson's Patent Bag Releasor—(Call ami get one. Thoy (it any machine. Tyres of all sorts and sizes] cut. Vehicles of all descrip tions repaired. COACH and motor. painting a SPECIALTY T O C U M \V A I. Announces that, ho will commeuco Business as Bootmaker ami Ropiirer in Tocumwnl, in ISarooga Street, opposite Brown Corke ami Co's., from Monday next, '22nd July. Every Description-of Repairs Executed with • . out delay, Only Best Materials Used. _ .. . the Keynote of the Piarso business. Paling's have long since W\yifl,''-V-X ===T5> Baincd the confidence of the afgt public—the direct result of j r£P over GO years honourable 6®&4&sfe*M'' .<r«^ •/Wfe' trading, selling reliable goods i? i' ^ trading, selling reliab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

Prohibition of Importation. British Sheep Dips. Dear Sir, Notwithstanding the above drastic act of the Federal Government, u>e have much pleasure in informing our numerous clients and others that we 'now hold large stocks of Little's well-known Powder and Fluid Pips, and that we can sfipply all orders imme diately for eitficr our Powder or Fluid Dip, or both to those who use the two In combina tion. Yours &c., MORRIS, LITTLE & SON CSS,') LTD. MELBOURNE, 26 ST. JAMES STREET. Obtainable from all Merchants aucl (Storekeepers. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

A Veiled Perfume. The Eastern veil expresses the beauty it conceals, and a perfume can be made so subtle, «o "veiled," that it becomes handmaid to imagina tion. The lingering fragrance of an Indian garden or Arabian grove baffles description, but the "veiled fragrance" of "Indasia" toilet soap expresses it. The scent of " Indasia" is the spirit of the Orieat. XQJLLET SOAR Muk Bath CryitaU and Indaifa F«wd« will alio b« appreettud by ultra of Jndasla Se*9< Ltrtr Brothers LimiUd, Syfaq. W. E. Pepper, TOeUMWHL, Produce Merchant, Forwarding and Transhipping Agent. Trucks secured for Fat Stock for the Melbourne Market. AGENTS FOR— JToaughusband, Row and Co. Richard Hornsby & Sons' Petrol and Oil Engines, Reapers & Binders. Edward J. Cqrdnor, Fat Stuck Sales man, Melbouruo, ami South British Fire Iusurauce Co. MOTQR CAR EQR HIRE. 1'ILES AND ECZEMA.^ Fow maladios uro nioro distaste ful or hnrdor to bear thnn piloa, ©ozoma, and any itching skin die on rl Ll&am...

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The Churches. Services for Sabbath next [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

The Churches. Services for Sabbath nexti Presbyterian —Finley 11, The Rocks 3, Tocumwal 7.30.—Mr. G. J. Stevens. Anglican.—Tccumwal 7.30.—Rev. j. Verso. Methodist.—TocuimvaJ 11.—Rev. Curtis. Catholic.—Tocumwal, Mass 11, JOvejjiug Devotions 7 30.—Rev. Father O'Reilly.

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A DOG YARN. BOXER ENJOYS THE FESTIVE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

A DOG YARN. BOXER ENJOYS THE FESTIVE SEASON. w Old Thornton baa been telling mo about his dog Boxer. "He's >a well bred dorg, a little bit of everything but what there is is good. Mostly retriever, I nhould say he was, 'u' thcro ain't nothin' what ever wrong with him, 'ccptin' too much intelligence. I trained him to run messages for me. He'd take a basket 'rc' trot oil for any thin' 1' wanted from the groccr or the but cher. 4,I jest writ out the order, put the paper in the basket, 'n' says I,' 'But cher !' or.'Grocer !' ez the case might he, 'n' away he'goes, 'n' is back In ten minutes with the goods. But one month ole Hockin', the butcher, .was at mo with a bill that' 'u'd roon -a bank.- . V'S'clp me, I couldn't have ate the truck he bad up ag'in mo if I»'d bin in a borfan asylum. But Hockin' was dead square. 'Twas me dorg went back on mo. What docs he do when • the butcher lias served him with ray meat, but'collars the written order 'n' drops it in the basket, too. "Some other...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 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 lias 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. J. Bartram & Son Pfcy. Ltd. 586 Bourko St., Melbourne HOW to CURE DEAFNESS • ripIIE Ctu-uUvu Proportion of DEI\P* JL OVER <iro truly wonderful. A simple preparation Imivrocently been dis-, covered by unomiuout L'hyniciun iu Fruncu v/hiclc tins boon found wonderfully effect ive iu curing deafness and bond noises. No sufl'uvor should fail to try this splen did Cui'o. Sent J7o*t Fres for 3b. W. COOFJEK, ai Villiers Stroot North Molbourao....

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THIEVES' SLANG. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

THIEVES' SLANG. — So changeable and variegated is the slang of thieves that even experienced police officers and magistrates are of' ten puzzled by terms heard in court. The cosmopolitan rogue Ib respon sible for the introduction of many new ' expressions—mainly American— into British criminal- circles: Once a policeman was a "slop" or "rozser." Nowadays he is a "harness bull/" while. a detective is a "plain hull," "Cracksman" is long out (f date. In tho best circles of roguery they speak of a "yegg," a " second story man," or a "screwsman." A "dip" may very easily make a mark" on the "molls" in a "jam." In plain English that means a pick pocket may rob women in a crowd. OF course, if ho makes a speciality of that kind of work he is a "moll huzzer." Cheap sneak-thieves are ex pressively dismissed as "finks.'' There is the "con" man, too—an easily understood abbreviation for confidence-trickster—who preys on the "comu-ons," or "suckers," who un ' -.varity ."fall" to his lures, When d...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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SHELL SHOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 4 July 1919

SHELL SHOCK. Every nation engaged in the war has found that no inconsiderable pro portion of its casualties are due . 'to shell shock—a new terror of battle which has been of uncommon occur rence in former conflicts. It is a curious fact that only un bounded men- suffer from shell shock. Eminent surgeons say that a wound neutralises the psychic sense—in plain English, that nerves do not affect a wounded man in the same way as an unwounded one. For shell shock is nothing more or less than a nervous breakdown—a terribly intensive breakdown that phys'icians find most difficult to cure. It is entirely a mental cause, and though it is called shell shock it has very little to do with shells. There are men—brave men, too—who find the strain of war too great for their mental stamina. They see terrible sights and hear terrible things, and these react upon them temperamen* tally and physically. Gradually, per haps unconsciously, their ability to rosist is overborne. Their mental power is exha...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Stock Journal
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CELEBRATIONS ON SATURDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Stock Journal — 11 July 1919

CELEBRATIONS ON SATUR DAY, JULY 19. The Peace Celebrations lu this district are to take the form of a big public gathering 011 the show ground, at which the childron will_ receive specialatteiitiori. This was decided upon at a well-attended public meeting held at the Me chimics' Institute last Monday night. Saturday, July 19th, will be a public holiday It is proposed to commence the d:iy's proceedings at 11 o'clock" with a procession, headed by the brass band. After assombling at tlie showground a sports programme will be run off, and with other amusements it is anticipated that a good day's jolli fication will result. It was resolved to Invite the co operation of the ladies in providing refreshments. The following sub-committees were elected .— Jports programme, Messrs Webb, Currie, Wilson, Sheldrick, and Smith ; sports man agement, Mtssrs Hobson, Hutson, Beasley, I 'wyer and Williams. Mr H. Dwyer was elected secre tary, Mr Beasley being unable to continue in that capacity. It was ...

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