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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

M'CULLOCH CARRYING COY. PROP'Y LTD. IN CONJUNCTION WITH WRIGHT HEATON AMD CO. LIMITED. Forwarding & Commission Agents. CARRIERS and dENERAL MERCHANTS. Teams Running Regularly between Tocumwal and Flnley. PRACTICAL Watch and Clock Maker, BERRIQAN OPPOSITE SHIRE HALL. Wedding Rings and Keepers from 9s. Gold Brooches from 5s 6d. Dress ; Rings from 15s. Watches from 14s. Gold Bracelets, ; Gold and Silver Links and Studs. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery repaired. THE i '"Tocumwal Guardian AND Riveiina Echo." Published Every Friday, al Tocumwal, N.S.W. JOB PRINTING of Every Description done on Shortest Notice. Support Local Industry and SzSve Your Orders for Stationery, Ore the Guardian Printing Works. A. G. STONEMAN, Proprietor. j W, O'Gallaghm | Sub-Artesian Wefl Borer. BEGS to inform residents of Toe umwal and Finley districts j that be Is prepared to do any con ! Jracts in the district. I Alston's mills, tanks, pumps, piping ! and all fittings supplied, j Estimates...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

The Rainfall. The following table shows in points the rainfall as recorded officially at the Local Post Office 1902 1903 190+ 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 96 6 225 208 nil 146 0 6 192 287 64 1 55 49 59 8 24 92 75 nil 520 22 88 186 24 40 519 . 59 26 200 80 220 21 nil 216 51 241 11 108 43 151 nil 0 12 10 3? 57 i5S 35i 97 124 163 133 246 15 52 300 257 r52 26p 178 321 261 181 125 243 32 205 211 306 90 125 79 166 22.1. 87 316 13 35 166 62 298 *39 159 306 . 81 39 193 37 283 35 127, 354 67 162 121 198 138 18I 65 I78 283 140 335 39 "5. 47 59 17 70 12 99 86 10 170 211 25 • 12 111 32 567 384 238 5' 5 143 127 95 42 99 101 221' 11.90 1,8.38 14.95 CO 0 10 25-39 13-20 12.41.. 15-5° 13.11 18.12 .119.25

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Things a Woman Should Know. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Tilings a Woman Should Know. Thii strikes otic os an appropriate title to the Match issue of "lively lady's JomnJil," which is now oil ale, for the number seems to cover •■very dipaitment of woman's life ■loin babyhood to old age. Special valines ate : L'irsl, a ittw teiksof ^liquctte articles in fiction foitn, in which is to be told the story of « • oung Australian girl 'who came I om the country and graduated in he ways of society in the city : s.eond, a new s^t cf articles f r young mothers, which will deal with the eare of the child from birth to school age; third, a finely illustrated chapter iu a Na ture story, by Charles Barrett : fourth, an instructive aitiele on the women of Russia, by M. B. Wilkin on ; and, lit' li, a substantial in salment of a IhiilliiiK st: i.il by Mrs Humphry Waul. To sum up, the March issue ot "liveiylady's J nitDal" is full value tor ul.,aud we can contideutly advise tcadeis to purchase it ut Cunie Btos.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

ADVEBTI8EMIV ttw-'CiJAROlAH.' | Miss A. S>. Millett, who has been t^ree- xeafsjn,charge of the infant <?fa,ssi s& Numurkali State School, has been transferred to Wil!iams ipwjfc 4 Piastre has won during his career on the turf five races, has been srjp Oiid once, and third four times. SBm winnings in stake to date, inr'.adiniK ^150 trophy, amount to ,&lfy,48T. The Shepparton shire has , decided to ask that the v, hate of the Broken Creek, from VtynnghtHi to its junction with the Murray River, at Burraan, be proclaimed a sanc tuary for wild fowlh Ou Wednesday last a person ; named Frederick Ohlsen was at rested at Yerong Creek, on a charspa 1 of Ijprse stealing. The horse is lille property of an unknown pesana, and when arrested the accuseil *.vas found driving the animal m astilky.. He was brought up at the iCHitairu police court and remands. A Grocer's" B.scQsjjuaeaJatlon.— "For the past twtoty years" says Mr R. Harrisottj.S&rocer, Parramatta Rd...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Auction Sales. OampbelJ & Go's SALE FIXTURES. March 28—Numurkah stock sale 29—Finley stock sale April; 2—Strathmerton stock sale 8—Extensive unreserved clearing sale at "Glen Lee" 8 miles from Finley on a/c. of Mr. W. Norquay (in conjunction with Andrew S. Muir & Co 9—Katamatite stock sale 10—Tocumwal Stock Sale. .15—-Strathmerton pig sale —Tocumwal horse sale (in con junction with Adanssou, Stret tle & Co). . .—Nnmurkah horse sale (with Adamson Strettle & Co. Clearing Sales Conducted by Competent Auctioneers at 3% p.c. EXTENSIVE UNRESERVED Blearing = - Sale. "GLEN LEE" 8 miles from FINLEY. Tuesday, 8th April, 1913," At 12.30 p.m. sharp. Campbell & ©o., AND Andrew S. Muir & <2o., Auctioneers in conjunction. 0 AVE been instructed by Mr. VJ. Norquay (who has sold his property) to sell by auction as above— Live Stock, Farm Im« plements, Etc., Comprising— HORSES. 1 draught mare "Kate" (pedigree' at sale) in foal. 1 draught mare ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For Busy Men, HEAD THE "GUARDIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

For Busy Men, HEAD THE "GUARDIAN." An Agricultural. High School will be opened at Mildura. on April 7. GrasB is growing rapidly in the paddocks around Tocumwal, Finley and Berrigan, The King of Grcccc, who was as sasinated in the streets of Salonika last week by a demented Greek, died in his son's arms. A great many residents of Tocum wal, Finley, Kerrigan and Jerilderic vi»it*d the metropolis during the Faster holidays. A snake has been rcccivcd hv the Zoological Society in Melbourne, which measures 2f>. feet. It was cap tured in the Malay Peninsula. There was a total eclipsc of the moon on Saturday night. It started at about half past seven and lasted until midnight. The cclipsc was plainly seen in Tocumwal. Three gentlemen have been ap pointed as a Country Roads Board in'/'Victoria, to hold office for five years. The chairman receives .£800 per annum and the other two each. ^ The -Victorian Stato Water Com - missioners arc issuing summonses against a number of seltlcra in the ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Tocumwal Guardian AND AND RIVERINA ECHO. Affiliated with the Country Press Association. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Toctimwal Guardian AND '.AND RIVERINA ECHO. ' ,• Affiliated with tlic Country Press Association. (Established 1897) - FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913. EDITORIAL, NOTES. KiCAW.ks of the ''Guardian" today will notice a change in the sixc of the sheet, atjd an altogether different style. As announced in the fust issue pubHshed-after the present pro prietor assumed charge in January, it is our desire to .make the "Ciuard ian,} the foremost newspaper in the Kiverina districts in 'which' it is -pub lished. Today's issue. . is the first step towards the desired- goal. Lat er on as our new machinery gets into working1 order there will be other im provements and enlargements notic ed. Just now: the Linotype is not running as well ;as it will when, all the - intricate parts" and. the . delicate mechanism of this king- of typesett ing machines get into thorough; Jworkuig order. ,As a" consequence,', much {jf tvVdayV^paper is still-hand set. - h) addition to the Linotype, \vc have installed a large doub...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

JERILDERIE. The- Jerilderie Fanners and Set tlers' Association Has decided lo in vite Mr, Falkiner to address* a meet ing; of fanners and. other electors on April/, 14, ami that he be-a.sked to hold it in the afternoon on that day if possible, for the convenience of the country electors,' 1 . : Now that we are at last to have a visit.,from the Minister for Works on the 9th prox.y it will be an opportune time for the various public bodies— the Wunnamurra Shite Council, the Municipal Council, the -Farmers and Settlers' Association, and the Politi cal. Labor'League, and all others in terested,' to wait upon him as a depu tation to find out/something definite abouOvhat the. Government'purposes doing to ensure a permanent ;supply of water-in our natural watercources. ,lt _is with ' regret" that we have lo announce the death; of. Mrs. Man Lyons; of Yenden/ Jerilderie. The death occurred at her son's residence on the Finley road on the- morning of the 17th inst. For the past twelve or eigh...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Local and General. In this issue, on our first and. fourth pages will be found a column ' of interesting news items1. . Messrs. Campbell and Co. will .yard some good lots of sheep, cattle. and horses at their fortnightly stock sale- at I?in!ey to-morrow. (Satur day.) Messrs J. M'Namara and Co. and Campell and Sons will hold a special horse sale at Nuinnrkah on Tuesday,. 1st April, when there will be a large attendance of.buyers. Messrs ,H. I<loyd and Sons will sell two 640 acre farms near Kinley, on Saturday, April 12, at 1,1.30 a.m. on account of Mr M. J. Murphy, late of the Terminus Hotel. See ad vertisement. _ _ • • ' r Henry Tuck, iu conduction ■ with Adamson/ Strettle and Co., adver tise a monster special horse sale lit. his Cobram yards on Tuesday, 22nd April, 1913, when 200 horses will be brought forward. A large at tendance of Melbourne and export' buyers will be present. Mr. J. L. Coghlan, who lias pur chased the Terminus Hotel business, at'Fibley.froin Mr. M.J. ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

FINLEY. . Mr. Murphy is having the , Ter minus .'Hotel renovated for tho new proprietor (Mr. J. I.. Coghlan), and what has already been done in tin way of color calsomining has had the cfTect of transforming the lop floor. Mr. A. K. Close, who lias been in ill health for .some lime past, went to Melbourne recently io consult a medical man who advised an opera tion which was successfully per formed! oil Tuesday of last week, the cause of the~trouble was appen dicitis. Mr. Close's many f:iend;s ' will be pleased to know that he ii now progressing favorably. The total rainfall fur March te date is tO.l points. The rainfall for the first 16 days of this month f;<i exceeds the total for the whole month inanv year since lOtHi, the. next highest being March 1011 when 120' points were recorded. The aver age rainfall fo»* March for the past six years is 70 points. At a public meeting on Thursday evening last it was decided to resus citate the long-defunct coursing club, considerab...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Church Services. SUNDAY, 30th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Church Services, SUNDAY, 30tli MAkCH. PrusbyVKKian, — Mr.: ' R. H. Bagot will preach at' Tocunnval at ■11 a.m. ; The-Rocks, 3 p.m. ; Fin ley 7.30 p.m. Methodist.—The Rev. J. Bow ran will conduct service in the local church at IT. a.m. ; Fitilcy 3.15 p.m.; Bcrrigan 7.30 p.m. Akgucan. — At St. Alban's Church, Tocumwal, the Rev. J. Verso will preach at 7.30 p m. Roman Cathovc.—Mass will he celebrated at St.,Peter's Church, Tocumwal, at 10 a.m Evening De votions at;7.30. The Rev. Father Clarke will celebrate Mass at St. Mary's Church, Finley, at 10 a.m. •Evening Devotions at7.3Q.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

DENILIQUIN. Mi J. A Lorimcu is acting: af^l Town Clerk,. during* the -.absence on leave • of Mr. K. \V. Fawcett. *■'. Rev." G. U; Holland has been re appointed ' Methodist Minister at peniluiutih v ' , . Mr. A. G. Kitznend, of Dentlujuin, sailed from Sydney on ,,Wednesday, by the Nikko Maru, ' en" ;route: ; for Japan. Mr. J. V. Ingram, of Norwood, Deniliquin; and^Mr. C. Uphill, .'of Pino Hills, were - passengers by- the! mail steamer Otranto, which left Melbourne on Tuesday. • After a Ienthy illness, Mr. John McMillan, of Pine. Farm, on the Hay road, died 'on Friday morning last, at the ripe!-n'tfe. of Si years. Deceased . was an , old - identity, . and in the seventies followed the occu pation of a' teamster. Mr. Frank Weir, who has' been managing- Mulberryg'ongv Station, in the ITay district, for some years past and which was.. Recently sold to/Mr. A. E. Tyson, has resigned his seat as a director of the llay Pastures Protection Board. . The sccretarv of the Deniliquin Licensed Vic...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

FRUIT! FRUIT I Confcctiouery & ! vegetables, BEST QUALITY ON HAND. Picturesque Post Cards in endless ■ ' . Variety. Summer DrinKs & Cordials, - $isf§ jfi Next P. Wells Stores, Murrayv ; Street, Finley. PHOTO "POST. CABBS AND High : : Class PHOTOGRAPHY. R HERBERTE, 1DEGS to advise the residents of Tocumwal and District that he . is now prepared to undertake all classes of \ STUDIO WORK. - - - Satisiactiou Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable. Your own portrait on P.C. 5/6 dozen. Out door P.C. to order 4s. Local vhws in stock 3s 6d. P.P. 12s dozen, Cabinets 15s dozen with one enlargment 15 x 12. Ordinary Cabinets 8s. Old Photos copied or enlarged at lowest Melbourne prices. A large assortment of carved mould ings to select from. Pictures framed promptly. H. A. HERBERTE, \ Deniliquin Street. C; E. CONNOR. LTOCUMWAL, FRUITERER AND CONFEC TIONER. Fresh Fruits of the Sea son Arrive EACH DAY; fee-Cream and Cool Drinks a speciality. CONFECTIONERY Of Every Description ALWAYS ON HAND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

kCOODMHTIWG.^ If You-Want This Kind we are THE Writo Us or Ring Up 'Phono No. 8.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Only Small Capital Required. BETTER TERMS FOR FARMS THAN OFFERED BY GOVERNMENT CLOSER SETTLEMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Only Small Capital Re quired. HiriTKK TlUOIS I'OK lfATlMH THAN Ol'l'KKltU HY GOVKKNMItNT Cl.OSKK Act. Whoever heard of country land beiug sold im a It1p c. deposit nn I 'io further payment of principal f ir live years? Messrs. Main anil i<ea light, of 12 Loftus Street, Sultiev, ■innouiicc that they can iflei suiiu of the best wheat and mixed farm ing land in the Stale on exception illy easy leims 10 p c. depo-ir, no fnither payments of principal lor five years, then 10 p.c smnually fur three years, balance tn fixed lo in for further five years ; ii totest .j'/i p c. per nullum. The land is si:u.ilid near the Railway in a populated centre, where tilers aie sihools, chuiehes, itores, flour-mills at.d most modern facilities of all Kinds. V purchaser is mil hampered by l)e partnieutal resti iclive condition;, being free to dispose o' bis (arm al my time and piaciically do as he pleases. In addition Id all these ad vantages it is confidently pudklul liy the ligeuts tint a i ot...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Interesting Items. Owing .'"lo llie increased pi ice of petrol in KngljirJ, which is now I* '.id per gallon, motor owners, nml particularly taxi cab cf)uipaii:cs, inc seekinga' substitute, ".The- British Motor Only Couip my has lilted iu Mrs, to tlie'number of ISf l), with a device for burning a mixlute of p.ualin and petrol. The cost of this is lOj/d per gallon, while the mileage covcted with it is cqu.il to that in the case of ordinary petrol. , Owing to the excessive cost of labour,-building tiperntions'aie prac tically suspended in .many country towns. A.L Wngga, where the. population has considerably in creased, and-no building' H going on, a considerable number of the poorer people' have limi to taT;e lo living iiVtents 011 the outskirts of the town. Whole families occupy a siugle tent each, and the snnitnty inspector reports doubtfully of the practice, both from the health and thiMnoral point of view. After consultation with the Vic torian Supreme Court Justices on a question...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

GOBRAM,. sim;ovors from . the Railway De partment have been at work for ihc last two days taking- levels of the railway yards and roads abutting thereon, in- connection fcvith O. Wadoson/s application for a grant towards the local 'drainage scheme. Mr. and Mrs. Uroomhead, of Cob ram, had the misfortune to Jose their infant son, Walter George, 'Lj death last Friday . evening1,after ""ail illness of ten days' duration from in fantile trouble. -The bereaved ones have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends. At the Tungamah" police court last week, several cases were listed in which the Federal district electoral returning" officer proceeded against a number of persons, for neglecting to sco 'that they . wdrc enrolled. In one case a fine of 2/G was inflicted, and in four others a modest six pence sufficed to >, condone the/ of fence. • > ; • ./• One day last wedk the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Garratt, of Kat amatite, met with an accident where by severaPof its fingers were br...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DISTRICT NEWS. (Culled from Exchanges and other Sources.) BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

DISTRICT NEWS. (Culled from Exchnngoa and other Sources.) BERRIGAN. Mr. 1*. J. Womlhnuso, wlm was ?'<aiui«in^ the Onkamts branch of tlie Commercial bank, has {resigned with a view to residing on his farm. 'l'hc trustees of the local recrea tion reserve h;ive redved notice that u grant of »l*20 has been iillotted from lh« annual parks allowance towards improvements to the grounds. Mr. . David Dalgliesh has pur chased the farm comprising 715 arr<*s, of Mr. George Dickie, at (Jreen Swamp. Recently the , pur chaser made a tour t hrough the wheat districts of the State, and it is pleasing-to note, that he has decided to settle again in the Derrigan dis trict. Two riders in one of the hack races at the'meeting "<>n Saturday, got at loggerheads with one another while galloping, striking the oitlier a couple of limes with a whip I as a gentle reminder that ho. was" boring his horse across the (rack of the other. Then he cleared out, leaving a soul- taste ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

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Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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The Farmers' Vote. GOING TO MR. FALKINER. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

The Farmers' Vote. COINC TO MR. 'FALKINER. M»". iKaikiner ;;dclia litr/;*t ntPctinif at .Tcin'ora on \\ edncMlay, of la«t week, tin: fanners brintf v.el represented. At the conclusion Mi Win. Ness, President of the L;a:m ei's* Union, moved a vote of confi dence in and thanks to MY, Kalkin er, lie could assure Mr. K;'!J:iu*. that 'JO per cent, of the tarmir.s i this district would support ■ him. A great many people think th.:t th farmers are not organised, bin , \h-. majority of them had subscribed i' the fund for fighting tbe -K'nr. Wo'rkers' claims put forward. 'I'I*: was sufficient proof that they wt* going* l<> llgrlit for (licit* interests whilo many who had voted Labor i the pabt would not do so again. Mr. John Clatk sreonred the vow lie considered that the l.iher.'l were fortunate in having Mr. Fall incr to contest the seat in their ir tcrests, and if returned he woulr b ? tower of strength to the Parly anr the country. Mr. Kalkiner was m» entering politics for a...

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