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NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

NUMURKAH. A daring daylight robbery was committed at Maruugi ou Mon day. Mr. George Hooper was working ill a paddock not far from his house, and returned home to lunch and to give his horses a feed. He left the liousp about 2 p.m. when 'everyflint? was in order.; On "his return• four hour's later lie disepvered that the house had been ransack ed. Between £2 and £3 in silver was taken, also a silver watch. So far the culprit has not been apprehended. A very pleasant evening was spent at the Church of lin^latid rectory, Nuniurkah. last Wednes day, when Miss E. Dovle, who is leaving for Sydncv was pre sented by past and present mem bers of the church choir with a gold and ruby cross. . The presen- -- tation was made by the Rev. S. W. Williamson who voiced the re gret generally felt at Miss Doyle's departure. Mr. lv. A. Krutli re sponded on the young lady's be half.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

JER1LDERIE. A quiet wedding was celebrated at the Jcrilderie Presbyterian Manse, by the Rev. J. Dykes on March 22, the contracting parties being Mr. Richard James Parry, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. Parry, of Seymour, and Miss Lillic Agnes Butcher, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. But cher of Old Berrigan. There seems to be some uncer tainty on the part of clectqrs to know what sub-division to go to, to find out if they are enrolled or vet, especially so since the alter r.iion in the boundaries was made. For the information of those in these districts who arc near the boundaries between'the Barrier and the Riverina Federal Divisions, it may be mentioned fifst that the County boundary is the line of division. Beginning at a point on the Murray, all those farmers, who have holdings in the Parishes of Woperana, Ulupna ana Tongaboo, Co. Denison, if their names are not on the roll, will have to communicate'at once with theD.R.O. at Berrigan, that town being the sub-division...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

Mr. V. Waldoii awiouiuxf; ill this issue that lie lias a good motor tar fur Jiirc on any road. A eapablc and careful driver is in chargc. Mr. 1'. Croiiin wants men for grubbing. .See ad\ ci'liscnient elsewhere in lo-tlay's' issue of the "Guardian." ,' Mr. Dear, optician, is in lo cumwal to-day (I'riday), when he ' concludcs his visit. His next dates will be ;v)iiouiu:<vl b) advt. White nl. Hay lust week Mi. J'. B. S. l'alkincr, ihc Lib?rsii cm didatc for Ni\ciin;i, visitej the Public S' Iiim') which in gndowec with tli: halkincr .S<;hojarjb|»,ip bj his mother. Messrs. Sk?lly and Coy., have some important^ announcements in to-day's "Guardian" which should be read by all. The sale of Tocumwal township proper ties on Saturdau (to-morrow) promises t«» be wcll-allended and tliciv; will be keen bidding.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

AUCTION SALE8. SPECIAL HORSE SALE. COBRA M.. TUESDAY, APRIL^2nd, 1913. At 10 a ra. Miarp. HENRY TUCK In I'ot jitrcii '» With Adanison, Strettle an J Co. 'Will hold a Special llorsc Sale at his Cobram Yards, on above date, when there will he forward 200 HORSES. Alieady advised ; — Oil account of Messrs. Falklner and Sons, Widgiewa Statio". 13 heavy draughts, including 2 fine heavy draught mares, in foal to Federation; 4 heavy draught mares, imported, and entered in Stud book, in foal to the imported sirts. Baron, Belmont and Saxon. Full Pedigrees at Sale. 19 Light Horses. A picked let of draught and light horses from Nangunia Station, and other lines. A Large Attendance of Melbourne and Export Buyers Assuced. COBRAS ST©eK__SHLE. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, at 10 a.m. sharp. Aud fortnight!} thereafter. UENRY TUCK will hold his usual sale of . 6attie, Sheep, Horses, &c. On the above date at his Cobram yards. Eari.y : Kntriks : Invited, H. TUCK, Auctioneer, Cobram and Toctimsval. Strall...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AMD GENERAL. Empire Day Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

LOCAL AMD GENERAL. I Empire Day Celebration. I A otiblic meeting is to be held | in tlic Mechanic's Institute on j Wednesday, April 23, at 8 p.m. for the purpose of making ar | rangements for the annual Em , pire Day celdbration. A good attendance is expected as it is j desired the effort shall be well I ud to the standard of former years. A ball in aid of the. To I cumwal Brass Band is to be held at night, at which there is sure to be a large crowd. Tickets are being sold well even at this early date. Tocumwal Engineering Works. Last week we had some work turned out for our office by Mr, Lummis, of Mr, E, Boyle's Tocumwal Engineering works. The job was a difficult one but Mr. Lummis (who is un doubtedly a tradesman of no mean skill) did it equal to that obtainable in any of the Com monwealth cities, The works arc, we understand, very up-to date, and we think it only right to say here what satisfaction followed the .placing of an order locally. _ Mr. Boyle is to be con-, granulated ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Toeumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

Tdeumwal Guardian AND \ MVEfimA ECHO. i. (Established 1897)$ PR80AV, APRIL 18, 10TI3. ,i.EDITORIAL MOTEO. iHE; campaigning methods of the Political tabor Leagues of th? different States arc of a nat.ire which seeks to make electors <vho don'l' think for themselves believe that the country because of Labor rule has prospered tremendously. Certain circulars which arc also being sedulously circulated by P. I-1- " organisers (even in ana ?■ round locumwal) go to prove that facts are not adhered to when electioneering arguments arc being collected* One cfrcu- • ar m particular says that Labor lias been in office for nearly 2.V years and tliat the progress of the Lonimpiiwealth during that per iod has been nothing short of phenomenal. . To prove this, cer tain diagrams are given showing the increase in wealt]i production, in trade, in the area under crops, in banking deposits and .•is-'jfts together with the increase in births and marriages. Now, as a matter of fact these circu...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

M'CULLOCH CARRYING COY, PROP'Y LTD. IN CONJUNCTION WITH WRIGHT HEAT0R9 AID CO. LIMITED. - Forwarding & Commission Agents. CARRIERS and GENERAL. MERCHANTS. Teams Running Regularly between Tocumwal and Finley. - PRACTICAL Watch and Clock Maker, BERRIGAN OPPOSITE SHIRE HALL. Wedding Rings and Keepers from 9s. Gold Brooches from 5s 6d.' Dress Rings from 15s. • " Watchesfrom 14s. Gold . Bracelets, Gold and Silver Links -and Studs. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery repaired. THE " Tocumwal-Guaraian AND Riverina Echo/' Published Every Friday, at Tocumwal, N.S.W. JOB PRINTING of Every Description done 011 Shortest Notice. Support Local .Industry and 'Give Your Orders for Stationery,, to tlie Guardian Printing Works, A. G. STONBMAN, Proprietor. W, O'Oallaghan. Sub-Artesian Well Borer. -TJliGS to inform residents of Too ' - muwal and Finley distriela that lie Is prepared' to do any con tracts in tlit-1 district. Alston's mill;}, tanks, pumps, piping and all Sittings supplied...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

The Rainfall. The following table shows lu points the rainfall as recorded officially at the Local Post Office tJ ^ O M bO B to n l) » n < StlWM MM > Ol**4 to to O 00 H Q\ m'2 00 VQ O El 00 ►-» 0\ 0J^D*»4 COCOOOU m CO OV CO \D GOC/J Ol Ol O H On CTi Ol OS Ln CO 00 OJ O* - Cn Cm C/t tO .£■ tO — ONOa tn 0\>-»->3«-4 •i+'VOtn h4^ to Q\ O Ox Ol-£» 4* Ln O 00 CA o o*^ to o\ tO ' 00 « o VO CO ■fkvjwoivc^ o\cn m « d u OOi4^ 00 0 O H HiO COm .. - W CvW t0s»-I. _«0 O Cn to 4* O *>4 « ^ v| <) OJ <X)+>i COvO -fk ON M l-C t-t O* VO >0 M a>C/i vj to >0 ^..to vo " * i tn to vO V0 m 4^ 0j On to O H W H h, H H __ to O OvO\ 0>Cn O M •■ MSH.OiO*HW.MOCflO> kO ocnvOC6tOOOCwB cn C3 vO vO . vO O 'h .H H WmO M W, to to tin ts-/ . I -c* to to 00 MCD^O^OlOiOOO-4 OOJMOJ^OS W A > Ox —I 00^0 *-< 4* H-M K) » —I O H-W OvC/J Cli to m

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

Fools FK and Wall—"KoiW v/ •'ff I «us uoublcd witli u )• • sleepy feeling ;if!cr im-ak " e" Mr '1* VV.'.w.,! I ^ U'l and jt and Grover, Filney; AnVW ,c,s 111 inc(Jicines. •3E in tho •GUARDIAN.' jKiy jjy' '-»• ^iss MLaunn, (.'( >f iQco, arc at present un u visit .0 Melbourne, and arc staying at the Occidental. A Scoptlc Convinced—"! wa> vc«iy bad with colic,'' writes Mr. Joseph Kvan, hoteJUccper, Pahi. N.Z., "and iny wife was recommended to'H'hu iiic ChamberlaiiV's Colic and Diar rhoea Remedy. 1 was sceptical and refused to take it. btil at last I ^ot so had that iny wife prevailed upon inc to try it, After two doses I was al rijjht and have been so ever since. / sweat- by Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy now." Sold by J. (J. Wilson., Tocuimvul; Millar unj Grovel, i'iiiieyi and aJl dealers- iu medicine^.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

There arc thousands who .tell you it cannot lie done." <*. There are thousands who prophesy failure • There arc thousands to point out to you one bv one, The dangers that wait to as sail you ; Bui just buckle in with a bit of a grin, "'hen take off your coat and go to it j 'Just start in to sing as you tacklc the thing That "cannot be done," and you'll do it. The following - applications have been approved by the Water Supply department for ir rigation blocks on Slicuparjoii Esta.te :—J. Morgan, ' allotment <j6 (20 acrcs at £15/10/-); 1'. Crouch, allotment 14 (2 acrc.s at £19/10/-); W. ■ Skcoch, allot ment 110 (25 acres at £18) and allotment in (25 acrcs at £17/10/-); C. I'lijiliuson, allot ment iG.(iJ acres at £19/10/-); A. Rcckcrt, allotment 8<j (22 acrcs at £16/10/); W. J. M'L'aw, allotment 130 (37 acres at £15); Here Fieglcn, allotment ly (43 acrcs); 1. Rubcnstein, allotment part .1; R, Bcritiskv, allotment 3 (.11 acrcs at £15); Sam Corr, allotme...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

ADVERTISE In the 'GUARDIAN*' A Murray cod, weighing exactly 181bs was caught In the Urana Creek last week by Mr. R. Little. Mr. King O'Malley denies that either he or Mr. Andrew Fisher have bought land along the route of the transcontinental railway. Mr. C. J. Ahem, the liberal Can didate for Indl, was welcomed by a large audience when he opened the campaign in Wangaratta on Mon day evening. Cables from London, dated the 10th hist,, state that the Pope, who recently had a severe jattack of in fluenza, has suffered a relapse, and his temperature is 103 degrees. His Holiness is also suffering from an acute attack of Bright's disease. The death of Lady Darley, wife of the Late Chief Justice of New South Wales, is reported in a cable message from London. Lady Dar ley was a daughter of Mr. Sylvester Browne of Hunsdon, Hertfordshire. She was married to Sir Frederick (then Mr.) Darley in 1860. Mr. J. Gubblns, licensee of the Railway Club Hotel. Port Mel bourne, picked a large mushroom when...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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GENERAL SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

GENERAL SPORTING. It is James Scobie's intention to leave for Adelaide in a fortnight's time with a team of seven to take pact at the S.A.J.C. Goodwood Handicap and Adelaide Cup meet iug. Orvieto, Audacity, Widgiewa Moe, Poslo and two others will com prise the team. The Malster-Wakeful Colt pur chased by Messrs Bailiicu at the re cent Sydney yearling sales is being broken in by Frank Musgrave at Caulfield. The youngster cost his owners 825 guineas. David Harris, the veteran owner trainer, who hadcliarge of Lieuten ant Bill when he won the Caulfield Cup over ten years ago, died on Friday last at the residence of the jockey, J. Accola, at Mentoue. Macdonovan and Peeress were also trained by Harris, who at the time of his death was 80 years of age. Deceased, who was born in Wales, bad been in failing health for some considerable time. H. Pearcc, the Australian sculler, who is to row E. Barry for the world's championship, has arrived in London in' the best of health. The contest will ta...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

POLITICAL POINTS. > (By Elector.) . "Up and at them" said, the Duke to the Guards at Waterloo, and that should-be the watchword of the Lib erals from this hour henceforth to the General Election, There • should be no quarter given. The people of New South Wales owe -a duty to their country to strive to- get rid of the worst government they have ever been cursed with—the sorry Party which has McGoweif as their nomin al leader, but which is really the play thing of the Trades Hal. They have got to be swept out of existence so that thev may not complete their fell work of ruining this unhappy coun try. Was there ever such a farce as McGowen as Premier of this country? It is-well that people in other lands do hot know the sort of men we make to be rulers over us, or they would be filled with utter contempt of our ways. And think of the incapable and mischievous party forming his Ministry! McGowen only does harm because he docs nothing when on the other hand he should be controlling ....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUNNING A NEWSPAPER. Easy of Accomplishment. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

RUNNING A NEWSPAPER. Easy of Accomplishment. The following is going the round of our contemporaries and there is a lot of truth in it:—To run a newspaper, all a fellow has to do is to be able to write poems, discuss the tariff and money questions, umpire a foot ball match, report a wedding, saw wood, describe a fire so that the readers will shed tears, make i /- do the work of 10/, shine at a dance, measure calico, abuse the liquor habit, test whisky, sub scribe - to charity, go without meals, invent, advertisements, sneer at snobbery, overlook scan dal, appraise babies, delight pumpkin raisers, minister to the afflitced; heal the. disgruntled, fight to a finish, set type, mould opinions, sweep out the ■ office, speak at prayer meetings, pur chase goods locally, while others send to the departmental stores, give free puffs to all and sundry, the printing order going else where ; boon) the town at your own expense, and stand in with everybody and everything.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

how! Show S The Greatest Show of AUTUMN nml WINTER GOODS Yet Displayed in TOCUMWAL Hus Just Been Opened Up and We Wnnt You to CAM, and INSPECT THEM, And You Will See That We Give the VERY BEST VALUE Throughout Our Large Emporium. Blankets, Flannels, Flannelettes, Eider Dewn Quilts, At Bedrock Prices. Dressings and Trimmings in Every Shade and Design. GENT'S OIL SKINS AND CHESTER COATS Just in Time for the Cold Spell. Call and In spect our Winter Foot Wear. Gent's Watertight "in Best Makes and Quality. -1= * * * OUR TAILOR-MADE READY-TO-WEAR SUITS are JUST THE THING for those who cannot afford the more expensive measure Suits. For Particulars about our SUITS TO MEASURE see our Souveniers end see that you get one—They are beautifully designed. :: :: :: :: We Have Made Special Provision for You in a Lovely Assortment of Neck Wear In Pretty De signs. A Splendid Range of READY TO WEAR HATS, Also Latest Shapes in Felts and Velvets with Trimmings to Match. :: :: :: :: COATS and COSTUMES, B...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

PROFESSIONAL NOTICES. music Miss S. Glover Mdllioiinio, (Pupil of Mr Msuislcy Greer). I_>EGS to advise the residents of tlic town and district, that she is prepared to accept pupils for the Piano, Violin, and Organ. Theory taught. Terms upon application, c/o Miss Boyle, "Ivissftdell" Tocumw.il NURSE THORPE. (r<ute of Ucmligu, Victoria). TS 110,v residenL in Tocmnwal and is prtpaicd to attend ladies ill their own homes, or at her present residence, under medical .super vision. Further particulars on applica tion. Tocumwal Private Hospital, (Registered). NURSlv AI KEY (registered) begs to notify that she has opeued u private hospital ami is prepared to receive medical, surgical, and lying-in cases. - P »* Architect. NUMUMvAII. LANEj and Kstlmatesof nil classes of Buildings Prepared. Communications addressed c/o Mr J. Doiikin Tocmvmal, will be prompt ly attended to. Edwin B. G. Riley, B.D.S. DENTAL SURGEON visit Tocunuval at regu lar Intervals, and may be con sulted at Dr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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BE CONSTANT ALWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

BE CONSTANT ALWAYS. The constant drop of water- wears away the hardest stone, The constant gnawing Towser masticates the toughest bone The constant cooing lover carries off the blushing made, And the constant Advertiser is the one who gets the trade. The annual ball of the Cobram Fire Brigade wil be held this year on Wednesday, May- 21, and promises to be as successful as tli.ose held in previous years. See your name is on the Feder al Roll. Applications made after the 23rd instant will be too late. Forms may be secured from the local post office and must be ad dressed to the Registrar for the sub-division in which you reside. A Finley correspondent to the Deniliquin "Pastoral Times' says that at a bailiff's sale of liorss seized under a writ of fi fa held at .Finley recently Senior Constable Marshall, who acted as auction eer, could only get bids amount ing to 35/- for seven horses. A trotting stallion only fetched 1/ and two draught geldings realised 2/G and 5/- respectively. The ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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RIVERINA'S ADVANCE. Value in Riverina Newspaper Properties. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

RIVERINA'S ADVANCE. Value in Riverina Newspaoer Properties. In a recent issue the Urana "Independent" wrote :—"It is quite refreshing to note values in our direction are on the up-grade for we hear that . the Tocumwal "Guardian" has just .changed hands at a figure stated ' £2000 for properly and plant. Mr. Hoyle is to be congratulated on his well-timed move from Finley to Tocumwal, and the fact that Mr. Stoneman, of the Temora "Star," has bought ' out the "Guardian" shows that he, too, has a good opinion of the future ahead of the Murray Valley and the Southern Riverina. Mr. Stoneman has had experience of Te'mora's growth due to wheat culture and evidently he looks lor similar development in these southern parts, for in his first issue of his new journal, he states his intention of "laying out" ex tensively in the "Guardian", office. He intends installing a linotype and a double royal printing machine, at a cost of over £1000 The "Guardian" can hardly justify this expense at present...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Mr. Falkiner's Speech. Enthusiastic Meeting at Berrigan. Liberal Voters Closing the Ranks. LARGE VOTE ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

Enthusiastic Meeting at Berrigan. Liberal Voters Closing the Ranks. LARGE VOTE ASSURED. Mr. F. 13. S. Falkincr, the se lcctcd Libera! and F. and'S. candidate, addressed a crowded meeting at Berrigan on •Tues da<* evening. Mr. H. H. Whitty nre'sided and.others on the plat form were Mrs. Aiken (Presi dent Women's Branch), Messrs. R. T. Ball (M.L.A.'foc Corowa), George Rcynoldson and-T. E. Crowthcr. • • ' < After Mr. Stace Lloyd had-adJ vised the meeting to vote for the three Liberal Senate candidates - . and- for the Liberal candidate for the House of Representa tives, Mr: Falkiner spoke. He was received with a storm of ap plause, and said:— As I have already spoken in the district and reports of my spcch have appeared in the lo cal papers, I would just briefly rtjpeat tonight that where my opponent is uledged to the par liamentary Caucus Party and to' the Political Labor Council, I stand before you as a " free agent. As a Liberal candidate, if elected, I am onlv...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

INTERESTING ITEMS. Mr. Heury Tuck, in conjunction with Adamsou, StretUe and Co., will hold a special horse sale at Cobram on Tuesday, 22nd April, The adjourned inquest touch ing the deatli of Mr. R. McRob erts, who died at Rutherglcn on Tuesday morning, was held on Saturday. The jury found that deceased died from the effects of poison self administered. When you vote on May 31, put a cross in the square in front of the Liberal candidate's name, and also place a cross in the squares in front of the three Senate can . didates who stand for Liberalism 1 —Millen, Gould and OaUes. Mr. Theo. Sav.nders, of Ballarat, ; was cutting some Virginia creeper a couple of days ago, wlien 'the sap ' from it stneared over his hand. He wiped the perspiration off 'his face ' with his hand, and a few hours later his face began to swell and blood ] poisoning developed. This ex tended to his neck and the side of his,head. -; ; .j... '..-' Mr. Henry Russell, a Patiio ; I farmer, died rather suddenly 011 ■ ...

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