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LIBERAL PARTY CHANCES. The Situation Analysed. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

LIBERAL PARTY CHANCES. The Situation Analysed. Monday's Melbourne "Argus" says :—"Liberals have every jus tification for expecting victory on May 31. All the signs and por tents seem to betoken the defeat of Labor. Probably there never was an occasion in the history of Australian oolitics when the peo ple so swiftly repented of their choice as thev did after electing Labor to office in April, 1910. At that election the Labor party se cured a majority of the seats, but failed to secure a majority of the votes, so that, from a democratic standpoint, they had nc right to office. It was tl>..^ the distribution of the voting that gave them a majority in the Mouse) of .Representatives, for instance, in New South Wales -;and Queensland 318,000 Labor voters returned 23 mem bers, while 310,000 Liberal vot .ers elected only 11 members. The Senate elections gave La bor' a small inajoritv of votes, certainly, but the result was extraordinarily anomalous. The eighteen seats contested were won...

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

SHIRK EMPLOYES' AWARD. At the Shires Conference in Sydney on Thursday. Cr. Trct howen said that although the shires had been refused a separ ate board for the consideration of their employes' wages they were promised a separate award. Thiy had got as good terms as possible, and the agreement •ouid be tendered to the full ...rd that morning. The jnuni Jipu-l representatives had nothing to do with the drawing up of the shires' agreement. It was better for the shires to come to an agree ment than to go oxer the slates taking evidence. Before the sitt ing took "lace ()lc agreement in its present form almost was drawn up. But there were one or two items in the agreement con siderable lower than they were to day. When representees of the shires attended tiie board, Ihey offered the men more per day than the representatives of the men agreed to take from them. Had the association left the exe cutive alone a better agreement could have been submitted. It was better to come to an agree ment ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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252 STRIKES. Labor Party's Unique Record. Mr. COOK'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

252 STRIKES. Labor Party's Unlquo Record. Mr. COOK'S SPEECH. "It is hard to know where to break in on this wild farrago. It is a matter of the greatest import ance to determine which points should he selected from what is neither more nor less than half truths." These were the words with which Mr. Joseph Cook, leader of the Federal Opposition, prefaced an address to a meeting of the Womens' Liberal League at Chatswood last week, as he pro ceeded with the speech dclivcrul by Mr. W. M. Hughes in Mel bourne on the previous night. "However," he went on, "let us begin where Mr, Hughcr began. He says that they arc a party ,>l deeds, not words, 'l'hcy have"put on the statute book 84 Acts. May I ask Mr. Hughes to point to one of them which really makes the lot of the worker one whit, better. Mr. Hughes says tljat, 'there never was such, prpsperity in Australia, and it is ali due 'tid the Labor party. , The stock in the fields lias increased, as well as the pigs in the piggery, by reason ...

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

SHIRES. CONFERENCE. Amongst the resolutions carried on the concluding flay of the £>lnrcs Conference were the fol low jng:— • I hat a clearer definition of iljc term for hire" be given by the tiuycinmciU. ■"■} • Local .government Amending Bill be massed as soon as possible. '"mt the Railway Commissiis ers be requested to have double gangs placed in charge of fires lighted along the railway line for burning, breaks and to have such gangs suppl ed with beaters and water carts. councils mav be permit I ted to make regulations govern ing the careless use of fire, so as I'I'cir respective areas. J hat shire councils be empow ered to impound stock straying in any public place, and that it shall not be .necessary to prove that the owner or person in charge has not taken reasonable means to prevent such animal from straying. That the Cattle Slaughtering and Diseased Animals and Meat Act be so amended as to allow of licenses issued under division 2 of part 2 of the Act being made transfer...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE REFERENDA AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 18 April 1913

I THE REFERENDA AGAIN. Mr. T. P. Denham of Mel foT]ows:^rlteS h,teresli»&ly as Giant's work was done in the I ress, on the platform, and by persona! canvass in saving Aus tralia from the danger which threatened in the Referenda of April, igu. Practically the same proposals arc again to be brought before the people at the Scime time as the next general election. The conduct of tile Government has not been such as to induce the people to change heir mmds. Xhc Rcfercnda co^ 1.1111 proposals to re\olu tioni.se Die Constitution by transferring enor jus powers from the States to the Commonwealth. It is easy to understand enough of tile Con stitution to appreciate the social istic tendency of those proposals, U,c extent to which they are a reversal of the main principle of the l'cderal compact. The document called the Constitution is contained m an Act of the Jm- ; j penal I arhament, passed in : igop, at the request of the Aus trian States (then called colon l,;c-bargain made.by !...

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

READ THE "GUARDIAN." When-you vote on Majj 31, put :i 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 fur Liberalism —Millcn, Gould and Oakcs. Mr. John l.angtry. of I'iuley, is claiming £1)00 damages from the Dcrrigat) Shire for injulics alleged to have been caused to him 011 Oct. 15, kjii by defect ive road repairs near I'"inlcy. The writs June been served 011 th~ Council and the Engineer (Mr. Threlfall) and Shire Clerk (Mr. Jcrmyn) have been instruct ed to attend to the matter. The case will probably be heard be fore the next silting of the Dis trict Com t'.at Dcniliquin. 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 dales who stand for Liberalism —Millcn, Gould and Oakcs. ADVERTISE In the CUAI1DIAH,1

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

ADVERTISE In the 'CUARDIXB,' The, Federal Parliament will lie dissolved on April 23. The writs will be issued on Ajxiil' 24, nominations will cose 011 Mby 2, and the elections will take; placc on May 31. A Eceptlo Convlncod—"I was very bad with colic," writes Mr. Joseph Ryan, hotelkeepcr, 1'ahi, N.Z., "and my wife was recommended to Rive me Chamberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Kcnieily. I was sceptical and refused ftvtafce it, but at last I got so bad rtiat'.Jny wife prevailed upon mc to try. itiSUtcr two aoses I was al right and'?.;-have been so ever since. 1 swear ,by'>Chambcrlain's Colic and JJiarrliucit Kcincdy now." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal; Millar and Groyer, Fiulcy; aud all dealers iu tucdiciucs.

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THE THIRD PARTY. Is Mr. Beeby Sincere? HIS PAST RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

THE THIRD PARTY. r Is Mr. Beeby Slnooro ? HIS PAST RECORDS. la his recent upecclics Mr. Beclj Shims support for Ins party fioin tho "man on tlio l.uul." lie lias 'J10, bait rery carcfu.ly to attract land nottlurs, but tbo best way to test Ins nineerity anil reliability is to « I113 past record, llow tar do bis p-i-t performances coi respond with U triondliiioss ho liow professes towni Is the "man on tbo biiul." ins political career m« be divided into (I:rye stage#. " " lJv a somersault ho baa passed from tlio first ntiiito to each of the oilier two. TUB Hitti'l'- ST AUK: lie be«im politi cal lilJ as a (.im-Jetns-iT, uhi-.h im.m that the land must licur «i llic biu dons .of l;i*.itiH|i for c W«»B <»•> '!£ ' eamo-i:.t»'ririi?. iiiout as a i.itlfiur Member.' beciime n MimsUr, and later was Minis ter ror 'lbo linlit th.i fivelwUl title mid closer sittluiunt resumptions which bo noiv nilrocates, oro what tbo Liberal Party fought for duri.iK the last parliament, anil what Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE8. Miss S. Glover Mslbonnu. (Pupil of Mr Mcuistcy Greer). "IQEGS to advise the residents of the town and district, that she Is prepared to accept pupils for the Piano, Violin, and Organ, Theory taught. Terms upon application, c/o Mis3 Boyle, "Ussadcll" Tocumwal NURSE THORPE. (Late of Bendigo, Victoria). 1 S now resident in Tocumwal and is prepared to attend ladies in tlieir own homes, or at her present ret ideuce, under medical snper vi.-ion. Further particulars on applica tion. iQCuiQwal Private Hospital. (Registered). 7VTURSE AIREY (registered; begs to notify that she has opened private hospital and is prepared 3 receive medical, surgical, aud lying-in cobcs. 7* Architect. NUMURJ.tA.JhL, iJLANa ntid Bstimatesot allcliinaes -®- of Buildings Prepared. .ommunications addressed c/o Mr J. ■onkin Tocuvvmal, will be prompt ly atteuiied to. udwln B. Q. Riley, B.D.S. DENTAL QURQBON \\i IJLL visit Tocumwal at regu lar intervals, ami may be con Milted at Dr. Hill's Surgery...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

Show! Show i. The Greatest Show of AUTUMN and WINTER GOODS Yet Displayed in TOCUMWAL ll.is Just Been Opened Up and We Want You to CAM, and INSPECT THEM, And You Will See Thai We Give the VERY BEST VAI,UE Throughout Our Large Emporium. Blankets, Flannels, Flannelettes, Eider Down Qui its, 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. * * ' * * 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 and see-that you get one—They are beautifully designed. :: :: :: _ ' We Have Made Special Provision for You in a Lovely Assortment of Neck Woar In Pretty De signs. A Splendid Range of RliADY TO WEAR HATS, Also Latest Shapes iu Felts aud Velvets with Trimmings to Match. :: :: :: :: COATS au...

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THE SOCIALISTIC MIND. Labor Member's Utterances. WHAT SHOULD BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

I THE SOCIALISTIC MIND. t Labor Member's Utterances. WHAT SHOULD BE DONE. Mr. Gregory McGirr, recently elected member for Yass, called at the office of "The Daily Tele graph" last Tuesday, and ex pressed a desire to make a statement in regard to the rail way strike. "It is my conten tion," Mr. McGirr remarked, "that in cases of tliis kind, the Government should stick to the men. The solution of the situ ation appears to be to get rid of the present Railway Commiss ioner. Every man in this world is fighting more or less for cash. But the men who, at last elec tion walked 20 miles or more to vote for us did not a§k for cash payments. The pay- they re quire is our help when we are in power. If our Ministry will not give our supporters adequate return for their assistance in the way of some concessions, we" cannot- expect their support next time. On the other hand, those who worked for the Liberal can didates received payments i:i '.•ash. Those who worked for us were promised payments i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

AUCTION SALE8. SATURDAY, 26th APRIL, 1913. (And thereafter fortnightly.) To stall at 2 p.m. sliarp. Win SKELLY and CO. By their Auctioneer, (W. J. ^ QUIRK> will sell as above— CATTLE AND SHEEP. '' Already advised— ' enTTLE. 20 fat cows. 15 fat bullocks. 25 bullocks, forward stores.' 10 steers. 30 mixed young cattle. 40 mixed cattle 20 fat-bullocks 30 3-yr-old forward store bullocks SHEEP. 200 fat xb weaners. 180 Merino wethers, 6 and 8 tooth. 100 xb ewes, in lamb. 1000 4, 6, and 8-t mer. wethers ; a good line Further Entries Invited. Good Buyer- Attending. ' ' JAM SKELLY & CO., Auctioneers, Tocumwal & Melbourne. JAS O'CONNELL. Local Representative. Special IMPORTANT STOCK SALE. TOCUMWAL, THURSDAY, 1st MHY. 1913. IN F. STAPLES' YARDS. Wm. SKELLY and CO. Will Hold a Special Stock Sale as above, and will yard Cattle & Sheep. Already tbey have been advised of— 150 4 yr old bullocks, fat. SO 3 yr old bullocks, good for ward stores. 70 4 and 5 year bullocks. 140...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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RURAL WORKERS' LOG. Harassing the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

RURAL WORKERS' LOG. Harassing tho Farmor. . If certain tilings happen dur ing the next month' or so, the at tempt is to be made to fix prices and render land unprofitable; not only so but tlie Federal Ar bitration Court could tlien fix all wai'es. hours and conditions 011 the farm, the butter factory the cheese factory, as well as in all - workshops throughout Aus tralia, and preference to union ists, that most \tni-British, un democratic, unjust anil 1111-ehris tian principle would then becomc an acomplished fact. The Ru ral Workers' Lop would socedily be inforccd, and then the Aus tralian farmer would find this great_ wealthy continent that 'ought to be a land of "peacc and plentv," a good country to get out of. The following arc the waures fixed by the log in the various rural industries :— Dairying.—Milkers, over 17 years, ,£1/15/- «cr week; milk ers, under 17 years. £1/5/- per Casual workers employed for a term less than 4 weeks, 6/- per week, Overtime, . 1/3 per ' hour for all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

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Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO (Established 1897) FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

Tocumwal Guardian . AND RIVERINA ECHO (. Established 1897) FRIDAY, flPBIL 25, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. Many people arc wondering what is causing the apparent delay in the construction of .the railway line from Finley to Tocumwal, but when information is sought from the proper authority (the ofiiccr in charge) it is found that the works are, being pushed on with as speedily as possible, j far as the local management ir. concerned. Last week a repre sentative of the 'Pocujjiwal "Guardian" had a talk with ivif, Wild-3 (who is in charge of' the arrangements at the Tocumwal end), when it was Jearned that everything is being done here which it is possible to : do. Mr. Wilde says that the culvert work will be completed in about a month and everything will then be ready - for .the platelayers. The rails ' are laid along the earthworks at intervals of every ten chains, !5and now await the sleepers. Last" week lhe adzing and boring machines were pla; ed in position at • the Tocumwal depot, and ...

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PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

{personal and political. Mr, L. Jensen, for many years u resident of Tocumwal, but now of Blackburn, naid a visit to the town tin's week. The veteran is in splendid health, and was pleased to note the marks of improvement and advancement in Tocumwal and district. A wedding look place at the R.C. Church, Dcvenish on Thurs day, loth inst., when Miss Mary Callaghan, second daughter of vlr. John Callacrhan, of St. James, was united in wedlock to Mr. Michael O'Kane, of Tunga nnih. The Rev, Dr. Skclly, of Bcnalla officiated. Rev. Mr. Jenkins, of Tain worth, has been appointed to take charge of the Cobram Church of England parish, in succession to the Rev. P. F. lidwards (formerly of TalTyga roopna), who is being transferr ed to St. Mary's Church at North Melbourne as curate. 'The death occurred 011 the 15th instant., at Melbourne, of Mr. Joseph David Starkie, aged 58 ''years. Deceased was the father of Sister Mar)' Ignatius, of the Convent of Mercy, Sliep pavton, and of Miss Monica Star k...

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BURNINC MONEY BY THE MILLION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

BURNINC MONEY BY THE MILLION. They certainly do things oil a big scale in America, whether it be business or burglary, creat ing cities of mammoth - build ings; or wiping them out with flood and .fire. We read, for ex ample, in the current issue of . "Lite," that New York has more fires annually than _all the capi tals of Europe 'Put together. The annual fire loss of the Unit ed States is .,£53,000,000, and it is asserted by the writer that one half of the fires are intentional— in other" words are crimes com mitted for insurance. ""In a word," says the writer of this fascinating article, "arson has become America's national, crime." This article is perhaps the most striking feature of the May number of "Life," but there are several others of great . value. For example, uir. Car lyle Smythe contributes one of liis series of . "Little Journeys ■• with Famous Men," and in a chapter devoted mainly to the Australasian visits of Santley and the Halles, he manages to outline the musical e...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Bartram and Sorts' Agent. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Bavtram and Sorts' Agent. Mr. J. M. Pagan, representing Messrs. J. Bartram and Son, Proprietary Limited, Melbourne, lias an advertisement in to-day's "Guardian" which should be read with interest by all resi dents of the Riverina and Goul burn Valley. Mr. Pagan spec ialises in Felix and . Bartram in dustrial engines, Fielding and Piatt oil and suction gas engines, and the Booty-Lofthousc system of lighting and irrigation plants. Mr. Fagan is located at the .Ter minus Hotel, Tocunwal. Tccu.nwa! Stock Sale. The special stock sale to 1 ft held by Messrs.' William Sk;:ly and Coy., on Thursday, May ), promises to be very largely ;il tended by both buyers and sell ers. Already a large number i.l cattle, sheep and horses^ ha^c been advised, particulars < f which may be seen in our adver tising columns. A good many buyers from Melbourne, and other parts of Victoria have al : ?eady notified the a?ents of their .intention to be present. The I sale will be opened ...

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WESTERN LEASES AVAILABLE. On Kilfera, Magenta, Wirchilleba and Glare. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

WESTERN LEASES AVAIL ABLE. On Kilfera, Magenta, Wirchilleba and Glare. Applications of new leases of the following lands may be made up to 28H1 May, 1913.' The term of the lease is 30 , years. ' ' Within six months of the issue of the leases residence must be entered upon, but such residence may be performed by an approv ed deputy. Lease '408 on Ivilfera, 15,400 acres, estimated value of im provements -£330/9/(5; annual rental, £11/12/4, Lease 4(3, on Magenta, 44j 200 acres, estimated value of improvements £128/2/6 ; annual rental £9/4/2. Lease 414, on Magenta, 38, 700 acres, estimated value of improvements.£202/10/; annual rental, £8/1/3. Lease 415, on Magenta", '57. 000 acres, estimate^ Vjiluc or improvements £66/17/6; annual rental, £11/17/6. • Lease 416, on Wircliilleba, 7400 acres, estimated value of improvements £49/13/} annual rental, £7/14/3, lease 417, on Wircliilleba, '22, 000 acres, estimated value of u provemcnts £505/17/; an ni: I rental £32/1/8. lease 418, on Wircliill...

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