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COROVVA ELECTORATE. Selection of Labor Candidate. TOCUMWAL DOMINATING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

COROVVA ELECTORATE. Selection of Labor Candidate. TQCUMWAL DOMINATING. Our Labor political friends, as a rule, arc very quick in making capital out of some of the selec tions of Liberal candidates in Now South Wales,.but 1 doubt (says the travelling representat ive of the Albury "Banner"), i, , there lias ever been an instance of such a glaring case of a village dominating an electorate as in the Corowa selection. The Cu.'.nva elect .irate lias been alter ed to a great c-xtont, it ■ having emb.v.ccd a fair portion of Mr. Petjrs' electorate, which has be come extinct, and who is con testing Canterbury in the forth coming elections; Corowa is recognised as the headquarters of the electorate, being easily the largest centre, and is followed by Jeiiklcric, Berrigan, Lockhart, Finley, Urana, Oaklands, How long, Tocumwal, and Mulwala, as the other principal . centrcs. Tli-.- present selecbon of the Labor candidate at i.lic Trades Hall, Sydney, is classed as effici-. ent, and no doubt that...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TALKING NEWSPAPER. GETTING ALL THE NEWS BY TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

THE TALKING NEWSPAPER. + 'GETTING ALL THE NEWS BY TELEPHONE. There certainly seems to bo no limit to newspaper enterprise, par ticularly on the other side of the Atlantic, but it has remained for Budapest to inaugurate a system ol news distribution in which there seems to be great possibilities, par ticularly in view of the remarkable invention of Mr. Grindell Matthews, who has been demonstrating how ! easy it is to telephone without the use of wires. Mr. Matthews, with the aid of his apparatus, which con sists solely of a small box, contain ing the battery, motor, and trans former, which can easily be carried about and thus enable every mart, if he wishes, to have bis own telephone with him, has managed to speak clearly and distinctly by his system of wireless telephony over a distance of six miles. Shortly he hopes tc speak over fifty miles, and as time goes on anil he improves his inven tion, he does not see why the dis tance should have any limit. The voice travels through the a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FULL RESULTS OF INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

THE FULL RESULTS OF INDUSTRY. The objective of Labor'Social ism in Australia implies that the workers do not receive from private enterprise their full share of production, that they do'not as a matter of fact receive that pro portion of production which is the dircct result of their labor, while they affirm dogmatically that the capitalist receives an unreason able proportion of it. "liven among tlic most reasonable and best informed of the leaders, such as Mr, Watson and Mr. Holman, the opinion has been held and .often expressed by them, thai the workers art in that position. - It is not easy in most occupa tions in life to say what pro portion of production , would be the full result of the 'working men's efforts. A general idea tray be formed of it in farming pursuits but at best it is only general. There is, however, "one line of production, namely manu facture, in which the share of the workingmen is accurately ascer tained. - Wo find this from the statistics, and to the exten...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Strathmerton. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

Strathmerton. Nice, fine, mild weather follow ing the good rains that fell re cently in this district have nut new life into things generally. Crops and fodder are making rapid-growth, and a fairly good season seems assured. • It is high time something, was, done'to'form a safe road bcfwfcon; My wee and 1 Li e border "town. Only recently Mr. James Doyle, of "Woodsome Lees," Tocumwal, met with a painful accident while driving"1, a fast;.: .pair &f: ponies. His buggy struck a ■ projecting log or stump, throwing1-Mr. Doyle out. Fortunately, nothing more seribus :t.han a snlit nail and a few bruises resulted. .This road is used'night1 and day by thousands of., travellers,1 and the ■ponder to. everyone is'that; some serious accident has not happen ed ere this. Probably the powers that be are waiting for something to happen before the evil is-remedied. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds, never "fails, 1/6. Messrs. Skellyand Co, and J. M'Naniara and Co., auctioneers ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

Doniliquin. Operations were commenced at the local freezing work's on Mon day evening, when: everything started . smoothly. ■ There- »i'' a fpilHioard ,<iF butcher's, and on the fust day tlicy accounted for about 14CO sheep. It is antici pated that the works will be in operation for some riiontlis. - At the Circuit Court A. B. Simpson was fined ' £2 for non attendance as a juror. His Honor intimated 'that he would be prepared to remit the fine if reasonable grounds were forth coming for Simpson's absencc The fine was subsequently re mitted. On Wednesday night, at the im itation ■ of Mr. H. 0. Black wood, a large number of his friends met at the Royal Hotel to. partake of his hospitality at .1 smoke social. Mr. A. C. I'itz nead presided. F.i;l->g:s! ic speeches were made by' Messrs.. D. Tennant, A. H. Windeyer, H. L. Joi.es, lr.. J. Laman and other, gentlemen of the interest their host had always taken in the welfare of the town and district. In replying, Mr. Blackwood ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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ELECTRIFIED CHILDREN. REPORTS OF EXPERIMENTS IN SWEDEN IN HASTENING THEIR GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

ELECTRIFIED CHILDREN. REPORTS OP EXPERIMENTS IN SWEDEN IN HASTENING THEIR GROWTH. Interesting investigations into the effects of electricity- upon the develop* ment of school children 'have rcccntly been made ia Stockholm, cays the "Dietetic and Hygicnic Gazette," Tho walls and ceilings of a schoolroom wcro lined with a coil of wires through which a high frequency cur rent was passed. The children in tho • room were thus . in the position'of an iron core in the ccntre of a mag* netising coil. Fifty children were kept in this room, while fifty others of the same average age, size, nn-I mental de velopment were kspt in an adjoining room without cUctricnl treatment. ■ It is stated that ni; the end of six months tho children under the elec trical treatment shotted an average growth of two inches, while those without electricity grew only li-in. H13 electrified children showed an incrcaso in weight and other forms ' of .development in proportion to their height. The electrified children ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DRESS IN BURMAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

DRESS IN BURMAH. 9 The natives of Burm&h, both nru nnd women, wear, Tor tho most part, costumes of silk. That of the mcn,; says a Consular report, consists cf a long skirt, extending from Ihc v;ni;t to tho ankles, called a "lonjyce": a collarless Bhirt ot "chway-gan," over which is placcd the "aaingyce," a coat somewhat similar to a pyjama coat; and tho "guang-l o ind," a silk handkerchief tied round llie lirad. This costume is usually of hl&hly colourcd silk, the .favourites Ic'n/ pink, red, and watered cill-s. 'lln coat is often of white silk covered with embroidery. Ths women's costumes- aro simiHr to those worn by the mm, except that the skirt is much tigh'cr, and the silk handkerchief, instcal of bo ing tied round the heal, is h n* around the neck with the ends ex tending down the front of tho body as far as the waist. The women do not wear any shoes or stockings, going eithor barefoot or with sandals without heels. Tho men of the present generation have adopted...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

PUBLIC NOTICES. >S ARRIV Watch J his Hire For Them. GALL AND SEE THE NEW FASHIONS IN SPRING MILLINERY. . Jusl opened and now wailing your inspection. COSTUMES, BLOUSES AND AND SKIRTS. In n:;il pictlv ilc:iii;us :>ikI t'ainlv "St vies. Beautiful Display of New Dress Goods. VVIi Inive liad must successful opening sales of these goods lnij.,.;is there ;ire new Designs and Colors arriving (-very week we have s'till :: a pile of dresses for vent to chose from. :: BEDROCK PRICES WILL REICN THIS SPRING. SAY GOOD-BYE TO YOUR OLD SHOES. Because perfection is our .aim in this Department just as much as the more fashionable ones. Our shoes anij hoots arc made by the best linns. Come and Prove It. Your Opportunity lies Right Hero. CUE8S YOU'LL LIKE THE SNAPPY 8TYLES OF OUR SUITS. CENTS! Jusl leave jour next order ,-.1 the BROWN, CORKE SUPPLY STORES. And Ket a delightful filling Suit, and clinking value for your money Last, But Not Lead A special Window Display this week of our imported Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

Mr.# Dki,laib> four months old b.iby, {/■rem a I'hcto.) A Mother's Evidence j " I havo novor como across a soap like Rcxona. Skin and Facial Soap for babies;" writes Mrs. Maud Bollairs, 5toko:st., Townsvillo, Q. "My baby Is now four months old, and I havo boon using Roxona Skin and Facial Soap slnco his birth, and it has mado his skin as soft as silk, and clcan and healthy. It has also takon ofT a *rash of prickly hoat and proventod the 1 cradlo-cap coming on his head. Ho sloops well during tho day, and his • hair is growin? quite curly. There Is no ono who would wish for a bettor baby than mine. I would not attempt to use any othor soap except Rcxona Skin and Facial Soap, as It does not smart nor chafe llko othor soaps do. I\: v nurte recommended It to mo." Rexona Soap for Health and Beauty ' KEXONA SOAP is ns uncut, .uhol«»somc,.niirl nuro us tho moimliiiii • low. To uso i( for th? d;iilv bath, or oven to u-u>h»tho Imniln nut! face with . it, is to furnish tho skin mith a to...

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DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. BERRICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

DISTRICT MEWS. From our Exchangos. ' DERRICAH. Miss 13. Murray, of Orange, has been appointed assistant at the local Public schoolin lieu of Miss li. Malonc,-who.was recent ly granted leave- of absence owing to ill-health. . We hear that several members of 1:i?c Bc-rrigan ride club intend making an -onslaught. on Rand wic.k ncxl month, with the object of capturing some of the prizes at the N.R.A. annual ci.ir. petitions. At Oaklands .011 'Friday last Mrsr.rs. ■ M'Phers'on, Thorn and Co's premises, which were of weatherboard and containing five rooms and office, were-., totally destroyed bv fire. Air. • P. M'lnnes, the manager of the firm's branch, and Mr. J. Turn hull'reside on the premises, and it was while they were away at lunch when the firse occurred. "Die- books and most of the office .'furniture v,ere;, saved. The store adjoining, owped by Mr. Cpgh lan, . caught/ alight, . but , was checked.before, g,tjtt;ing much of a hold. The,','property was' owned. bv Mr. \V. 'Murray.- Th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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JERILDERIE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

jerilderie show. The '. 44th annual show of the ; Riverina Pastoral and Agricultur al Society, was held at jerilderie on Wednesday of last week, and was well-attended.- The exhibits \yere far in - excess of" previous years, which proves that the de cision of the committee to-hold a spring - instead of a winter show was a wise one, and will in all probability meet With greater success next year than this. Glorious weather conditions pre vailed. The exhibits of live stock, particularly horses, were very good. Many good sorts were shown in the hackneys and ponies, buggy horses and'ponies, and military remounts. Among the principal winners in these classes were Messrs. Trewick Bros., of Finley, who I were so successful at the Finley j show, Gils. M'Rae, R. Greggery, J. L. Boyd, W. G. Lidclle, L, Noonan, L. Forge, J. Irving, li. Terry, J. Donahuge, R. Davis, F. Dempsey, H. Tiffen, A. W. Slee man, M. O' Brien, D. W. Aitken, F. B. S. Falkiner, J. S. Knight, W.. Connell, and Mrs. A. W. Slee...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

Jcrifderic. The first "snipe" of llic season was bagged here last week bv'a local shootist. R. Trewick's » Toke Bells was placed second in the Time Handi cap Trot at the Jerilderie Jockey Club's show meeting last week. The event, was won by J. O'Brien's Lord Nolan, from seven seconds behind. The Finley horse started from the same mark, and made a great contest of it witli the winner. The time for the mile anil a half was <|miu. <!<jscc$. -On Thursday, ISth hist., as mentioned in our'-, last, the weather camc up- threatening and light showers fell in the for noon and through the day. During the night a few showers fell a( intervals, Oil, Friday morning drizzling rain foil,- with a cold south-west blowing. On Saturday^ the record was 56 points. That day was fine, but on Sunday afternoon it cam,e up black from the west and a few light showers followed, and ten more points were added to' the list. The rainfall lof the month to Monday last was 202 points....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

COBRAM. The alinual picnic of parents, friends, and children was held on t|ic Yarroweyah racecourse last Wednesday, when' glorious weather prevailed and a right royal time was spent by those who joined in the .day's fun. As is usual at these picnics the resi dents went to no "end of trouble to entertain visitors, and it was entirely the latter's own fault if they- did. not thoroughly, enjoy themselves, for hospitality and sociability were the dominant features of the outing. Those who 'organised and carried out all . the arrangements deserve credit for their work, but with tile characteristic modesty of the folk down that way they aretoo shy to. let their names be em blazoned in print., Races and games were indulged in through-' ■out the afternoon, and much fun was obtained from some of the. contests. The finishing ■ touches were given last week to new stock trucking yards at Cobram and a very substantial and convenient job has been made. Though the new yards are smaller than the ol...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Registration of Dogs.—Own ers of canine pets should at oncc register their property with the senior ' constable, who has. ..the,.' necessary forms. The prescrib ed time for registering has ?1 ready passed, but the law allows 14 days grace, after the end of September, so that, all who have dogs should at once effect the necessary registration, and so save the fine which the magis trate will inflict. The police in tend to keep a shdrp eye out for all unregistered canines after the 14th insant, so now is the time tn pay the modest half-crown. Warning to Motorists.—Motor car and cycle drivers who arc in the habit of driving in the streets and • roads of Tocumwal after dusk without lights, or who 'travel at a speed which exceeds the limit prescribed by law, should be warned that in future .they will be prosecuted for ?brc£tcbes"nferitioned: 'The con trol of,the'motor car ahd motor cyclc traffic is vested in the police, and there is a big clement rof 'danger to .the gen...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913. NOTES ON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

T ocumwal Guardian R1VERINA ECHO, ;ind FINLEY FREE PRESS, (Established 1S97.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913. NOTES ON NEWS. Ihe selection of the candidate to carry the Labor banner for ;ho Corowa electorate at .: e fcth coming State elections i .ills ;,t trillion to the position of Ihe I wo candidates at present in I lie field as it- affects country derLors. The candidates are Mes-.r's R. T. Ball,- M.L.A. (Liberal and F. S.A:) and W. II. Tomki'.s (La bor). Mr. Ball is one of Hie l-est known' of the country me:o!>;rs, a man familiar with all tii; needs of the country districts of ihe State, while Mr. Tomkiti;-. is a total stranger to the distr: .ts, and resides in the city. Wi;1 is ability, we have nothing to do - he may or may . not possess the necessary ability to take his stand in Parliament. The ques tion electors have to consider now, and on the day of the bal lot, is -whether he is more likely to-serve them better than Mr Ball, who has been the member for the Corowa electorate for...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

STOCK SALES. Wm. Skelly and Coy., repo1.! . that 32;ooo fat sheep were penn ed at Newmarket onv Tuesday 'last'when pikes ranged from 7/6 for shorn merino wethers in the woo!-. • . They sold : 189 merinos A. Hulctt, Tocimiwal, at 21/ ; 178 . "merino ewes E. Quirk, Tocum wal, at 21/; 59 shorn Xrbrcd ' merino ewes, R. Elliott, Tocum-" wal, at 13/11 and 11/7. Oilier agents sold from these districts ; 100 x-bred merino (shorn), James Doyle, -Tocum wal, at 14/2 ; 80 . x-bred Alfrt'd I-Iay, Boomauoomnna, ;at 23/11 ; Gu x-bred R. \V. 1M'Laurm, ■: . ' Mproca-,. - at 23/11; * 100 shorn x-brcd: wethers W. Si Crump, Mathoura," at' 14/9 ; .486 come-. : bafk and mcnriOj i'. S-. ai' J Sons, Tuppal, at zofl i and ' l/r; . Go x-bred and. merino (shorn).R. C. Elliott-. Tocumwal, at 13/10 and 9/9 ; 80 x-bred G.' A. Bruce, Savernake, at £.1/4/2 ; 98 x-bred-merino same owner, at 19/, 17/6 and 1.5/. Wm. Skellv and Co. report that 25,000 lambs were penned. Sales were made at from 10/ to - 13/. They sold: ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COMMERCIAL. STOCK CROSSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

COMMERCIAL. STO.CK CROSSINGS. Hie stock inspector (Mr. W." S- S. Lawrence) reports that during the month ending Septem ber 30, th'c crossings at the To cumwal bridge were as' under Into •' Victoria : 2408 cattlc ; 55.399 sheep. Into New South Wales: 6; cattle ; 4G9 sheep. .

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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"Gort" Stud News. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

"Corl" Stud News. Mr. F. Brcnnan's Lady" Quiz, winner of the V.R.C. Grand Notional Hurdle' Race in. iyo8, -.has .arrival at the "Cort'' stud, Finlcy (Messrs. Hamilton Bros.) fiom Muswellbrook, on a visit to the celebrated sire Majestic. Oilier mares visiting Majestic just now are the '.following: Messrs. G. J. and H. L. Docker's Karoli, by Devon, and Marana, by. the Jvhdshipmitc'. Doughnut, ,by Scopos (imp.) has a lilly foal to George Fred erick, . foaled September 24. Doughnut is this year visiting Majestic. The following maies have also colt foals to the aristo-" cratically-bred sire,:.' Mr. R. ii. Laridale's Olivcra, bv Sir Oliver.; - ."Mr.", J. McKcnzie's . Nearlight, dam of Light Ballast ; Messrs. Hamilton Bros'. Ideal, by .'- St.' Ledger.: The samq . owners (last .named) had the misfortune to 'lose a good, colt;foal, just foaled, J by' Majestic .from- Olivette, by j Wellesley-,

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FINLEY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 3 October 1913

J.OCAL AND GENERAL We understand that-Mr. Balf, M.L.A., has been asked to lo'ri mate several local and dist:t residents to the Commission tf the Peace. As with Tocumwal, there appear^ to be a sliortage of Justices in this centre, and she . Government would confer a boon .on the residents generally if tw.i or three more appointments wen; made. - . We notice by exchanges that the management of the Cobram v show intend following the excell ent example set by the Finlev committee and publish cata logues of the exhibits on sho\v day. This is a move in the right direction, and should have' been adopted years since. A show catalogue is a rare boon to visit ors to a show, espcciallv m con nection with' the ring events. It is hoped Berngan will also follow • a good lead. ■ There was a good attendance • of Finlev folk at the Langunyah picnic on •• Wednesday, last. Ihe .w.-»u;an ideal one' for a- picnic . ,upIP^;] lnc| a most enjoyable time was spent. -The visitors from this end of the distric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 10 October 1913

"Qt : UA. USE ^3 Df i " iAN" Is the Paper You must -SUBSCRIBE T© if You Want Local and District News, Latest Information on Land and General Matters of Interest to Farmers, Dairy - Men, and the Public Generally. SUBSCRIPTION i IO5.. per; year if paid in Advance, or 12s. if booked. Posted free' to any Address in the Commonwealth for One Month's Tjlal on receipt of a Postcard- or better. Cut out the following Coupon, and fill in with your Name.and Address and post to thisOfflce To the Pkopiuktor TOCUMWAL " GUARDIAN." Please send me the " Guardian ' One Month, free cf charge, on understanding that if I like it I subscribe at the end of that time. for they will ■. If you don't become a Subscriber at the end of the Month we will not be annoyed; :: 0CR :: Has had some additions of NEW and UP-TO-DATE v TYPE, and we caii now turn our Printing equal to City quality, aud at the same price. :: :: :: GIVE jus A TRIAL FOR YOUR BILLHEADS ;■>" MEMORANDUM FORMS CIRCULARS PROGRAMMES • ENVELOPES L...

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