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INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTES. AUSTRALIA'S MAMMOTH LINER SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTES, • * ■ VUSTIMMA'M MAMMOTH I.1NKI1 HBHVICH. It in about ten yean; wince the flriiL f-iant vcKKcto bc;;un to ply their trade between Kni;lnml and America, and. Auntrallann at unco q;ic:iUoncd whothcr the time would como whrn theno mammoth , linern wo.iM viult. Commonwealth waters The reply was generally In the negative, an-1 tho Suusr. Canal wan cited a:i fin *.:h!ef objection. Bomc optimluti\ h-rv'n'cr, pcrflintcntly believed that wNh Ihr increanc of the population, anl the enormoUM pnwiihilllKi for n:it ira' products that. Australia hoi i, the time wmk not far dlutnnt wl. n our trade would require t.linn i oi'itor VchhcIh to ronvey it to the v/o-ld'a mnrketH. The development of the t'ap.? route Holvcd the difllculty of rljrht o'-wny, uiul the arrival of tho Whit.;: Htur Hncr Ceramic, 18,r»00 tonu, nr*ron to hnvc fairly inaugurated the d \y of Mr nhlpB—in tho modern H:n«e—in Auntralinn Watern. Hince then, n Liverpool linn, Alfred Holt and Company, have...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER VI —"Welcome Home!"— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

.CHAPTER VI —"Welcomc Home!"— Mr. Metcalfe stood beside the window of the hotel sitting-room, looking out at the strip of smooth green lawn, and wonder ing as he had been wondering during the whole course of his journey from Minlev to ' Win chester, what manner of woman lie should find awaiting him at his journey's end. Like his wife, ho had been favorably im picssed by the, letter they had received from their- daughter-in -ta.w, and as he tried to form a mental picture of Rosamund— rose of all the world, as Reginild his dead son had loved to call her,-—fleeting memories of all that Reg had written about her rccurred to his mind. Most of the letters Reg had written dur ing his brief married' life had been lost in their transit from the interior to the coast, and none of Rosamund's letters had arrived at all, save the one sent from Winchester; but Mr. Met calfe remembered, with a smile, the impassioned descriptions that Reginald, the lover had given- them of his treasure. "She has ha...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sin of ALISON DERING. CHAPTER V —"I Must Go On Now."— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

The Sin of ALISON BERING. (By the author of "Diana" ; "A Tangled Web," ctc., etc.) "CHAPTER V —"I Musi Go On Now."— True, she had written in her own name -to tiie hole) at Win chester, but before she had pre sented herself .there, she trans formed herself into a person totally unlike the one who had alighted from the train at the station. Leaving her boxesin the cloak-room she repaired to a large .shop in the High Street, ;where she exchanged her- own colored clothes; for!;,a simple black skirt, and a black silk blouse,' buying herself at the same time a plain black coat and hat. Thus it .was, that when she reached the Royal Hotel, she was garbed in unostentatious but dee]) mourning, which bore out all that she had written' to the manageress. She asked whether a room had been re . served for Mrs. Metcalfe by. Miss Alison Dering who had written from Southampton about it; and rccciving an affirmative reply, stated that she was the Mrs. Metcalfe named, and that she would probably remai...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

Woods' Great Peppermint . Cure for Coughs and Colus, never fails, 1/6. • Attention is directed to an ••advertisement in to-day's issue of Messrs. M'Kcnzic. and Co., of Dcniliquin, of an auction sale or station sheep at that town on October 3, at 10.30 a.m.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

Jerilderle. It is reported that Constable Morrissey, the lockup keeper here has applied for a removal to Corrimal, on the-, south coast line, near Sydney. Constable Morrissey has been here for the past six years, and has proved himself a very -efficient officer. A welcome change in the. weather to.ok place here on Fri-' day afternoon last. During the forenoon heavy clouds came up from the west and passed over, to be followed by more. Com ing on to three in" the afternoon it came up more heavily from the west-south-west, and the rain began and continued till 3.2 5'> 95 points being recorded. During the night an additional 29 points were registered mak ing in all 124', or nearly an inch and a quarter. Since then the weather has been cloudy _ and threatening \tfilh occasional light, miisty showers at inter vals. On Sunday night 4. points, were added, and an additional 8 on Monday night, totalling in all since Friday, 136 points here. From reports to hand,, the fall was very patchy, ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

DISTRICT NEWS. ' From our Exchanges. COBRAM. News of the. death of Mr.. James Millerick, father of Mr. John Millerick, of' Cobram, was rcccivcd here with regret. It appears that the late Mr. Mill erick, who lived at Kialla and was 69 years old, got badly burned by fire on August 26, and death was due to shock to the system caused by the extensive burns he received, He leaves a family of seven sons and two daughters. The late Mr. Mill crick was highly respected and esteemed for his many excellent qualities. An unusually wide demand has been made during the- past few weeks for prize lists of the Cobram show, and one explana tion is that the close sequence of shows at Finley, Yarrawouy.i, and Berrigan has created a wider field for intending -exhibit ors than heretofore. ' Requests for lists have come from as far as Warrnambool, Pakenham, l'rahran, Langwarrin, and Maffra., in Victoria" and up as far as Orange in New South Wales. Entries are already coming to hand, and there is every ind...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

(I,ATE OF CULCAIRN.) "OKGS to notify the residents of the town and district that be bas purchased the businesrhitherto carried on by Mr. G. Haydou as Hairdresser and Tobacconist, Iu Deniliquin-street, Tocumwa!,' and trusts to meiit a share of public' [patronage. - The Stock will be Improved and considerably added to. 'r Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes; Fancy @oods, and Sundries of the Best Quality First-class Billiard S-iloon, well lighted. The Hairdres.iiig Saloon will be under capable management Local Agent for the Finloy 'Mail." S. W. DUKIJ, Tocumwai. RT G. WffiSON'S: : €EMTML :: STORES. Who is Now Opening a Great Display of the Latest Spring and Summer Fashions. At extra Low Values in Dainty Dress Coods, consisting of Pique Cords; Rich Foulards, Crepe, Poplins, Silks, Washing De laines, Light and Da rk Cambrick Prints. Gall and inspect. A large New Stook of Gents'Lad ie's and Children's Boots and Sh oes.. Paints, Oils, Galvanised Iron, Wire Netting, Fencing Wire, Timber otc.,...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

It Serengthonod My Throat. "I had a weak throal," writes Mr. C. V. II. Stnllard, 10 Bunbury street, -Footscray, Vic. "The slightest change in (lie wcallicr would cffcct it and. I would have to home from work feeling 'it for nothing. Mv sister swear's by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy so I thought I would try it. I did so and can honestly say it has', worked wonders, for my throat i!i' now quite strong." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal, Millar and Grover, Finley, and all dealers in mcdieincs.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Strathmerton. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

Strathmerton. The many friends of Mr. A.. Ruttle will regret to learn he has a had attack of pneumonia. Latest reports say he is improv ing. It is hoped "Albert" will soon be among us again. The football concert held in the local public hall on Tuesday, September 9, was in every way an • immense success. The large hall was packed, every available inch of space . being used by one of the most appre ciative audiences ever as sembled. Patrons were fully re paid for the time spent. • Take ' the company of performers right through they were all top notch ers and in excellent form, each item being vociferously encored; the recall being most graciously acceded' to. The residents, of Tocumwal may well feel proud of their band, which bids fair to make a name and. share in many of the prizes being offered for competition. Mr. Bums de serves the greatest praise for the active part, taken by him in catering for visiting artists. It is a well-known fact that Mr. Burns never does" things .by halv...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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ELOCUTIONARY RECITAL. Attendance Spoiled by Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

ELOCUTIONARY RECITAL. Attendance Spoiled by Weather. There appears to be something in the Rev. L. Shears Saunders' recitals' which affect the clerk of the ' weather. On each of the ; three occasions he has fixed ; dates for the entertainments, at Berrigan, Finley and Tocumwal, inclement ,weather has prevented the attendance of the public in the numbers desired. That ar ranged for Tocumwal _ was held in Hillson's Hall on Friday evsn ing-.last week, when there was a fair attendance of churchpeople and. the general public. Mr. J. Batters presided, and 'explained that owing to/.the wet weather soloists from Finley and Cobram were unable to be present, as ar ranged. Mr. Saunders, who..has a very' pleasing style of delivery, is an elocutionist of no mean-order, and'knows pretty well all the old world and foreign authors. His recital in Tocumwal was from American authors, with whom the average public assembly is not as familiar as some others. The fine manner in which the ■ promotor sustai...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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FAT LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

FAT LAMBS. Wli. Skclty and Coy', report tli.it ^6,000 were penned, with prices for these sold from 7/ and 8/ to 17/y to 21/. They ,sold 574 James Skclly, Cobrnin, at 13/7, 8f George Pinnuck, To cumwal, at 12/11, 65 J. Pinchcn, Tocumwal, at j3/3, 63 I£. Quirk, locumwal, at ii/6, 62 Quirk Bros., Tocumwal, .at 12/4, 59 M. Clcary, Finley, ai 13/iJ. Other agents sold:—114 A. Fcgan, Tocumwal, at \sh, 74 ID. Fox, Yarrowcyah, at 13/, 524 I.angunyah Fstatc. at 14/1, toij John Lonsdale, Mulwala, at 13/5 and 12/4, 105 John M'Konzic, Yalca, at >4/1, 104 Tom Kvan, IJIupna West, at 13/y, y<> F. I'innuck, .Strathmcrton, at 14/G, 7S F. Fox, Yarrowcyah,' at 12/, 70 Alex Mciklcjiilin, Strathmci ton, at )G/io, 54 M. Collie, Yarrowcyah, at 12/10, 50 C. Waser, Strathnierton, at 12/10, 50 R. W. M'Crabb, 'Strathmer ion, at 13/1, 125 A. Fegan, To cumwal, at 15/i 1.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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EAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

EA,T SHEEP.. •Wm. Skclly and Co. report that 40,000 fat sheep were yarded in Melbourne 011 Tues day, when prime x-lircd wethers brought from 21/C to 24/<j, extra prinic to 25/6 ; do ewes to 24/6; prime merino wethers to 23/, and . ewes to • 20/. Shorn wethers sold to 1 <5/^, and ewes to 13/. The firm sold 421 x-bred for Don. Langham, Mair iimmy, at 21 ly, iGl Merino ewes E. Quirk, Toeunnval, at 15/8, 225 shorn x-bred, Bouchicr Bros, Slrathmcrton, at n/6, 54 do do N. A. Bueknall, Toctimwal at 13/, 20 do do M. Clcary, Finlcy, at 13/4. M'Arthur and M'Lcod sold 81 x-bred for Thomas Howe, To cumw'al, at '2/io,' 40 do Ware Bros., Toctimwal, at 21/6, 104 x-bred and . comcback G. Pin nuck, Tocumwal, at 16/8, » Other sales effected by agents who do not advertise in the "Guardian" were as under:— 326 x-bred and merino, for James Doyle, Toctimwal,^ at 2 i/y, 52 shorn x-brcd E. Fox, Yarroweyah, at 14/5, 121 x-bred wethers, R. Hammond, Boo manoomana,- at 15/9, 1,000 merinos...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S SPHERE. THE CREDULOUS WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

WOMEN'S SPHERE. (By "Mavis.") THIi CREDULOUS WOMAN. The average woman is swindled not bceause she is a special sort, of fool or because her brain is unequal to the exer tion of calculating the practical and proverbial two and two, but through her feminine failing— credulity. To observe a woman shopping makes one 'positively blush ;>.t their childlike faith in the "man behind the counter." Served by a male assistant a woman will believe that boots aiv: to lie worn 011 her head and hats 011 her feci.. But when her own sex displays ruflics, etc., suspicion rankles within her. It is only chronic suspicion, not logic, which prevents the fair sex from exchanging a diamond ring,for a new kind of geranium. Though business instinct and a hatred of the male sex is sup posed to be developing among women, they continue to be—to express it vulgarly—.-hopelessly gulled by their fancied enemy— man. Women think that men have' compassion on their weak nesses, and that tliev scorn to fic to them w...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

Publio Notices. GRAIN FEED soivs all kinds of seeds with uueiring regu'.aiiiy. Does not bunch the seed MANURE FKEDsows positively ANY manure, regardless of itscon diliou, aud gives each seed an equal amount. CHANGE ok QU VNTlTY got by change of spued, NOT by alter ing the delivery opening. SPEED DEVICES for Grain and Manure are powetful spur gears—simple, easy to alter and impossible to slip. g. piwSoeic, ' Local Rgerat. Gordon Hnderson. Carrier, Forwarding- Agent and Livery Stable Proprietor. COBRAM. VIC Has purchased a new 25 h.p. Max well MOTOR CAR To scat ftro with hood and nllttlic latent appliaucca and is prepared to lure snuio ou reasonable terms Cjr will arrive in Toeumwal in half au-hour by iinging 'Phone No. 9 Victoria Hall, Cobrain. Farmers Note. VACUUM Oil No. 1 Grade 3/9 ' gallon. J. T. CLOSE, Steam Implement Works, Finley. WANTED. OLD BAGS (Comsacks or brans) suitable- for charcoal in any quantities. Also better class S.H. bags. WISE BROS. LTD., Flour Mill. Bores and W...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Notes on the Show. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

^ Notes on the Show. There was a general demand for extra copies of,the Guard ian1' last week containing the re < riurt of the Finlcy show, and the phenomenal success which was achieved by the . committee ot ' management lias before this oc i:;ime known from one end of the Riverina to another.. -in? : strong feature of the exhibition 'was, as alreadv pointed out, the exhibits in "the horse sections, particularly in the classes _for draughts and ponies, The draughts were subjected to kepn criticism by the spectators, but there was.nothing but admira tion for the " many fine types which graced the ring and from which the judge, Mr! J. Phillips, of Shepparton, had some diffi culty in separating the winners, so: close was the duality in sev eral of the ' sections. Dunn Bros, carried off the honors in the section for 4-year-old stall ion with a remarkablv fine spccivnen, but- the points which separated this sire from Royal Prince, owned by Hamilton Bros., which secured -second...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Show Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

Show Concert, . The concert and ball held at Finley in the public School . of Arts, on the night of the show was a "great success. Never before has the ' Finley hall held so many people. FrOm the stage to the top • seat of the gallery, it was ; packed and a large number were turned away, the packers not being able to get .them into the hall. The funds were in aid of the show and about ^60. will be handed to the Society after all "expenses are paid. Following was the pro gramme submitted to an appre ciative audience :— Overture Miss Powell ; Song, Mr. II. dePagriey; song, Miss Byrne; song (comic), Mr. Evans (encored) ; song, Miss I. Russell; song, Mr. Harrisson ; song (comic), Mr. R.' Finn (en cored) ; sorig, Miss K. Russell ; song, Mr. Barton; song (comic), Mr, Evans (encored) ; song, Mr. Harrisson ; Hebrew Monologue, Mr. R. Finn (encored); song, -Miss Byrne; song (comic), Mr. Evans (encored); Exhibition club swinging, Miss Phipps ; recitation, Mr. Barton. • The concert concluded wj...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CYCLINC AND MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

CYCLINC AND MOTORING NOTES. I lie first attempt by a Vic torian club in connection with the Dunlop 100-mile relay des patch race was made by the Co burg Cycling Club on Saturday last, and a splendid performance was recorded, the distance being covered in 4 hours 37 minutes 8 seconds. The competition is really a relay despatch ride against lime, open to any team of ten riders belonging to an)' cycling club in Australasia, prizes to the value of £210 being donated by the promoter., of the test—the Dunlop Rubber Com pany. • The course selected by the Coburg was a five mile stretch of undulating road near Donnybrook, '011 . the Sydney road. The first rider, (i. Bell, left with the despatch at 12.30 p.m., . and he covered the five miles out and the five miles back in the good time of 20 minutes, the fastest of the series. From then onwards each member of the team in turn carried the despatch over the ten miles un til lie "century" was completed at 7 min. 8 sees, past five o'clock, making...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. The. engagement is announced of Mi-. Donald William Bird, youngest son of Dr. and , Mrs. Bird, of "Strathearne," Corowa, to Aliss Beatrice Lvle Young, youngest daughter "of Mr. and Mrs. R.. E. Young, of Bull Plain. Mr. State Llovd. State Liberal Organiser, was at the Finley show last weqk, and remarked upon the general all-round ex cellence of the'exhibits, while noting the successful manage ment under the Presidency of 'Mr. J. T; Close. " Sergeant Frascr, who recent ly left .Tocumwal for Coonanible, to where he had been transferr ed, passed through the town on Tuesday evening, en route to Deniliquin, where he is to give evidence in a Tocumwal divorce case, Angwin versus Angwin. The marriage is announced to take place in December, of Mr. Thos. Houston Wilson, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson, of Yarrawonga, and Miss Alice Miranda Lyle Young, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Young, of Bull Plain. Quite a number of Tocumwal and Finley residents left town ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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STOCK CROSSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

stock crossings; Mr. W. S. S. Lawrence (stock inspector) supplies us with the following figures of stock cross ings at the Tocumwal bridge for the week ey.ding September 20 : Into Victoria, 483 cattle; 15,174 sheen. Into N.S.W., 420 sheep. The crossings into Victoria for the month of August were, 6 horses; 2076 cattle, and 41,362 sheep. Into N.S.W., 40 horses ; 421 cattle, and 4824 sheep* The staff at the Tocumwal railway yards has been working at high pressure for many weeks past, the loadings of wool add ing considerably to the heavy truckings of sheep. To giye an idea of the magnitude of the work at these yards it may Tie mentioned that during August 550 trucks were loaded with sheep for southern markets. This establishes a record for any station conncctcd with the Vic torian railway system. No less than 98 trucks were loaded in one day. There appears to be no diminuition in the number still going, judging by the re ports of crossings.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 26 September 1913

COMMERCIAL. Henry Tuck, Cobram, reports: I —"I held my special horse sale (itr conjunction with Messrs. ndamson, Slretlle and Coy., of Melbourne) in my Cobram yards, on Tuesday the yth insl, when there were yarded 170 horses, including heavy draughts, medium draughts, In dian remounts, ponies and use ful farm sorts.. Of the yarding, 80 head were disposed of at sat isfactory figures. This con stitutes one of the best sales for the district. Principal sales were as follows :—Bay gelding, 6 years, £32 ; do 7 years £30; bay marc, <3 yrs. £^I ; bay geld ing, .| yrs. £30; grey mare, £29 ; bay gelding 7 vrs. £28/10; bay gelding, 6 yrs. £28 ; chest nut gelding, 5 yrs. £'27; bay gelding, 5 yrs. £26/10 ; buy gelding, ,| yrs. £25/10 ; brown gelding, /25/10 ; grey mare and foal, £23; pair buggy mares, £43 ; light horses, up to £20. Ponies :—Bay pony, i'lG/10 ; chestnut pony, £16 \ bay pony, £14 ; do £14 ; chest nut pony, £13/10; l'onv, £12; do £12 ; do £n')/io. My next special horse ...

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