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GENERAL SPORTING. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

GENERAL SPORTING. Tho Turf. Backcrs were unlucky in the Flying Handicap Trot at Rich mond on Monday. There were seven competitors. Vaunt, the favorite, did not leave his back mark promotly, and Soprano, the second favorite blundered after traversing a furlong. This gave the lim't comnctitor, Hal loween, such an advantage that she was never overhauled, nnd b:nt the outsider Basil B. with ease. Night Walk, who recently ar rived at Flemington from Syd ney, was a starter n the April Plate at Mooncc Va'l"y on Mon day. The gelding is by Persian Knight from Cake Walk, by Au tonomy (son of Cluster) " from Can Can, by Beauchamp from Seclusion, by Sonimis (imp.) Curiously pnough, there is a stal lion at the stud in New South Wales also named Cake Walk. The latter is by Simmer from Minuet. Night Walk, who is not yet ripe, shaped Fairlv well at the Valley, and m-av be seen to advantage a little later on. The Mazapan mare, Mazy, who was supported for a large stake at Epsom on Saturday, . v/lien ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. The Latest Markets. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

COMMERCIAL. The Latest Markets. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Wool-.-—At the sale to be held in Melbourne ond the 2qrd (to-day) some 4000 bales will be offered, of which Dalgotv 'and Coy., will offtr some 800 bales. The prin cipal clip to be offered will be Murtee—a Wilcannia clip of some 600 bales. Some 18,60cbales were offered in Sydney last week. The market ii quoted as slightl" in favor of sellers of merino wools, but witli crossbreds the position is the re verse. From Sydney the whole of the buying strength now cen tred in Australia (and it is very considerable) will comc on to Melbourne, so that there will be very keen competition for the small supplies available here. Australasian Wool Exports.— From the following table of fig ures it will be seen that the de crease in the exports from Aus tralia for the nine months ending on the 31st March- amounted to no less than 257,000 bales. But as the New Zealand figures so far show an increase of 25,000 odd bales, the net result is a de creas...

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

OENILIQUIN. Mr. J. Kenny, Superintendent of Police, leaves Deniliquirv next week for Sydney. He has ob tained six months' leave prior to his retirement from the service. His Honor Sir Samuel Griffith, the Chief Justice, has appointed Mr. A. II. Winde'yer, solicitor. Deniliquin, a Commissioner for the High Court of Australia for taking affidavits. A'.farewell was tendered on Wednesday evening last, in the Masonic Hall, to Mr. and Miss Kenny, prior to. their departure for Sydney. About -50 lady, and gentlemen friends of the guests we*e present and indulg ed in dancing and a musical evening. The hall was prettily decorated by the ladies, who al so provided an excellent supper. Songs were rendered by Misses Florrie and Agnes Kenny and Messrs. Buchan and Paul, and the music was provided by Mrs. Jane, Misses Harrison, Wys^ and Jane, and Mr. H. Harrison. After supper Mr. L. Harrison, the Mayor, spoke in eulogistic terms of Mr. and Miss Kenny, ' Mr. L. Jalmieson then presented Miss Kenny wi...

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

COBRAM. Mrs. John Campbell, of Buti bartha, successful!-- underwent an operation at the private hos pital in Vaughan-street oil Sat urdav, it beincr performed by Dr. Syme, of Melbourne, assisted by Drs. J. McKcnna, J. W. Flor ance and Harbison. The first of a series of euchre party and dances took place in the local Mechanics' hall last Wednesday night, when al though the attendance was not up to expectations the enjoy ment was all that could be desir ed. Cards were first indulged in, and after playing eight games the winners proved to be Mrs. G. F. Cox aiid Mr. S. Greg ory. Dancing was then pro ceeded with for several hours to music supplied by Mrs. McFad yen, while Messrs. D. Holdeir and J. Morgan acted as M's.C. The next of these '• functions takes place on Wednesday, May '4 Some time ago a warning was issued in these collumns about the spread of slinkwort in this district on both sides of the Murray, but so far as the Bcrri gan shire is tonccrncd no ef fort has apparently been m...

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

CHURCH; Roman Catholic Church. Berrigan Parish—Mass will be celebrated as follpws:->-* SecondSunday— Tocumwal io, Berrigan 10, "Fin ley 8, BarOoga 8 30. Evening Devotions at the two former places, 7 30. Third Sunday— Tocumwal 10, Berrigan io, Eve ning Devotions 7 30. Fourth Sunday— Tocumwal 8 30, Berrigan 8 30, Barooga io, Finley 10. Evening Devotions at the two former places 7 30. Fifth Sunday, (when occurring) Tocumwal 10,' Berrigan 10, - Eve ning Devotions, 7 30 J.. FLEMING, Rector. Pesbyterian (Berrigan Charge). First. Sunday. Mount Gwynne, U. a.m.Bqom anopmana,.3 p.m.;. Tocunjwal, 7 30 p m.; Roseneath, ua'm, Savernalce, 3 ptn.jBerrlgan, 7,.30pm: Second Sunday. Berrigan 11, Finley 3 15 and 7.3O Rocks 3, Tocumwal 11 and 7 30. Third Sunday, Saveruake it,\ Rpsenesilh. 2.45, Boomanoomana 3, Tocumwal and Berrigan 7 30. Fourth Sunday. Tocumwaln and 7.30, Rocks 3, Finley 3 15, Berrigan 7 30. Fifth Sunday. Berrigan 11, Finley. 7 30, Tocum wal 7,30. • Rbv. S. Brown, R. H. W. Bagot, As...

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

JERILDERIE. It is reported here that Senior Constable Fletcher, of Coona barrabran, in the Bathurst police, district, has been appointed offi cer-in-charge of the jerilderic police, vice Sergeant Morrison (deceased). The Farmers and Settlers' so? cial took place last .week in the Town Hall and was most en joyable. A good muster and everything passed off as "merrily as a marriage feast." The euchre party was held first, and was followed by a dance. Miss Powell, of Berriga.n, supplied first-class music., livery credit for the satisfactory manner in which, the whole affair was carried out is due to j:hd ener getic lion, secretary, Mr. iS. Theakstone, upon whom by kii; the bulk of the work fell. ' ' On Saturdav last it was report ed here that the residence pf Mr. Alexander Davey, on Spuft) Yatliong, had early that morning been burnt to the grbuiid1 Him everything in the tenement des troyed. I'Ijc police went ouj: next day to make enquiries, and from the report of Ccmstablq Bartholomew i...

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

M'CULLOCH CARRYING COY. PROP'V LTD. IN CONJUNCTION .WITH WRIGHT HEATOM AMD CO. LIMITED. Forwarding & Commission Agents. CARRIERS and OENERAL MERCHANTS. Teams Running Regularly between Tocumwal and Finley. PRACTICAL Watch and Clock Maker, BERRIQAN OPPOSITE SHIRK HAI>If. - 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 u Tocumwal Guaroian AND Riverina Echo/' Published Every Friday, at Tocumwal, N.S.W. JOB PRINTING of Every Description done on Shortest Notice. |l Support Local Industry and | 'Give Your Orders for Stationery, 'to the Guardian Printing Works. [A. G> STONEMAN, Proprietor. V/. O'Callaghan. Sub-Etesian Weil Borer, T>EGS to inform residents of Toe ■*-* umwal and Finley districts that he Is prepared to do any con tracts in the district. Alston's mills, tanks, pumps, piping and all fittings supplied. Es...

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

FINLEY. The following are the handi caps for the shoot off for the prize of £1 to be shot at the Finley range on Saturday, 8 shots at 500 yards, figure tar get: G. Pinchen 2pts., Wm. Fuller 4pts., J. Stewart 6pts., W: Forrest iopts. ■ - Mr. J. T. Close, of the local foundry, this week dispatched one of his well-known discs on a long railway -journey to Dalby, iri Queensland. It appears that the gentleman who ordered it saw the implement in Melbourne and considered it just what he wanted. The name of "Close" will be widespread directly. Mrs. Schier, a very old resi dent of this district, left Mel bourne on Sunday by the N.D.L. steamship. Roon, for a six months' holiday trip to the old country.' Mrs. Schier who is ac companied 011 her trip by relat ives was accorded an enthusias tic send off by her friends prior to her departure. A meeting of the Finley race course Trustees was held in the School of Arts on Monday even ing last. The President (Mr. J. T. Close) drew attention to the la...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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ACROSS THE SEAS. Cream of the Cables. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

ACROSS THE SEAS. Cream of the Gablos. LONDON. Monday. The health of the Pope con tinues to improve. He he suff ering no longer from fever. The underwriters receive 87 per cc.it. of the Western Aus lialian .] per cent. loan of £2,000,000, issued at 98J. A dynamite explosion at the Pedro Miguel locks of the Pana ma Canal caused the death of 15 men. Reinsurances have been ef fected on the .steamer Natal I'ranspc.rt which was lost at Jj.-an Island on February 2, ai 1 pi jini-m of ,|0 i.'cr cent. 'I lie Antwerp wool sales clos ed firm, ami of 5059 bales La Plata offered, 3534 bales were sold. Pine merino and cross brcds showed an advance of up to 5 centimes. Mrs. Evans, wife of Comman der Evans, second in command of the Scott expedition, died of peritonitis on board the R.M.S. Otranto, 011 the voyage from Australia. Liverpool dockers to the num ber of 12,000 went out on strike tin Saturday against the new Saturday -conditions brought into operation. , Work 011 many ves sels had to be sus...

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THE RAILWAY POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

THE RAILWAY POSITION, i The railway strike is a prob lem that conccrn.s the people of N.S.W. in a general way, but conccrn.s the people living in the country in a special way. We, in the country are now so used to., and so dependent upon the railways for the carrying of our produce to market, and our daily necesaries in return, that we arc in a sense living 011 an island in the middle of the ocean. We arc entirely at the mercy of our servants, the. railvva.v employes. Look at it who will, dispute it who may, the poods porters' strike .miw happily ended was but a revolt of our own servants "gainst their benefactors, and ihat - revolt was cleverly cigin ooicd for the purpose of over riding the cancellation of the Association's registration. Our people were being deprived of the use of their own railways, and did not know the reason why. Ostensibly the cause of I h.c railway strike was long hours and low wages. No ex cuse could be further from the truth. There was a -dconer and more my...

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VALUE OF IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 April 1913

VALUE OF IRRIGATION. As iin evidence of a quirk re turn from fruit growing under irrigation, ami the "rofits to be derived therefrom, the . Wenl worth Irrigation Area under the Water Conservation and Irriga tion Commissioner, furnishes an example. A writer in the "Ken mark Pioneer" recently referred to the'orchard owned at Wenl worth by Mr. Sage. In Septem ber lyoS, 28 acres were put tinder fruit trees and vines, namely :—Pcaches five acr;:s, apricots four, pears three, >ra 1 ges nine, and vines (currants and sultanas) seven. In lyio, eighteen months after planting, there was fruit for home tise, and between £9 and .£10 worth of currants were sold. In 1911 the crop realised £250, and the following year .£qoo. Heavy floods seriously rcduccd the grape crop for that year, the greater portion of the returns being secured from the five acres of peach trees. For this year .Mr. Sage estimates that his re turns will be.at least :£t8oo. In III fourth year after planting this orchard is yi...

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

FALLOWING. Al the last meeting of llic Menly Farmers' Asociation, ;i paper was read by Mr, R. O. Eulenstein. He said:—"This is undoubtedly one of the most im portant qutstions for the agri culturalist,- as the key to suc cessful farming docs, in a great .measure, if not wliollv depend on the methods of cuftivation.'' The writer contended that tlv.! best time to fallow was during the whole of September and .is much of October as weather would permit. He did not like early fallow in this district, be cause at that time of the year generally heavy rains fall, and the ground, not having much plant growth to sustain itself, sets so ti'ght that when the oper ation of working it conies along, it requires a great deal more horse-power, if not re-plowing. Then again by late fallowing, you give all weeds a chance to get a good start and when the ground is turned over, it forms humus besides killing the germs. Of coursc, different districts needed different measures, but in our district the su...

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RURAL WORKERS' LOG. Harassing the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913

RURAL WORKERS'LOG. Harassing tho Farmer. If certain things 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 the Federal Ar bitration Court could then fix all wapes. hours and conditions on the farm, the butter factorv the checse factory, as well as in all workshops throughout Aus tralia, and preference to union ists, that most un-British, un democratic, unjust and un-chris tian principle would then become an acomplished fact. The Ru ral Workers' Log would socedily be inforccd, and then the Aus tralian farmer would find this great wealtliy continent that ought to be a land of "peace and plenty," a good country to get out of. The following arc the wat»cs fixed by the log in the various, rural industries :— Dairying.—Milkers, over 1^ years, £1/15/- ner week; . milk-' crs, 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 time in excess ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913

Foe Bronchial Cougfis take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, J/6. ADVERTISE In tho 'GUARDIAN.' BE C0N8TANT ALWAY8. 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 maid, And the constant Advertiser is the one who gets the trade. who hesitates is lost— Maxim old, but true; And you .iritjSt not count the cost When yotlffe feelincr blue. Get to woVft ion cough or cold, Be a'swift /pursuer ■ Rout the haled focman bcld W'Mi Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913

EMPIRE DAY. A very largely attended meet ing of citizens was held in the Mechanic's Institute on Monday evening last, for the purpose of making arrangements for cele brating Empire Day this month. Mr. J. D. Davics was voted to the chair and explained the busi ness of the meeting. On the motion of Mr. M. McConnaughty seconded by Mr. J. Ilearn it was decided that Empire Day- be celebrated this year as usual and that it take the form of a picnic, to be held on Wednesday, May 32, Dh Chencry moved, Mr. T. Powell seconded, and it wsa car ried, that the Education Depart-, incut be written to requesting them to sanction the carrying' out of .the celebrations on the :day'jjamed.- , -l . i I'lie following officials were j elected :—President, Mr. J. D. ! Davies; vice-prcsidcnts, Dr. i Chencry and Messrs. A. Shcl drick and F. IJoylc ; secretary and treasurer, Mr. W. E. Hob son ; collectors, Messrs. M. McConnaughty, .A. ■ Pcmberton and J. Armstrong : ' committee, Messrs. T. Powell, B. Wise, D. ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913

PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Mr. W. S. Senior-Lawrence lias received notification of his ap pointment as Registrar of Birtii, Deaths and Marriages at Tocum wal , vice Mr. W. Walsh, resign ed. Mr. "Ben" Witcndcn, of •Stockinbingal, and one time of the Tocumwal district, is a can didate for selection i'i the inter ests of the Coimtn- Party for ill? Cootp.imindra Electorate at the next State elections. Mr. Witcndm is a great worker in th.v farmers' interests and is a k :;-:i and i'lcisive speaker. Messrs. Tom Spring, of Wagga. ;*.r>d i\. Gibson, cf Gunbar and Hr.Vi.'c:"i, arc the other candid ates. Coota.mundra is represen ted irjw by Mr. ITolman, Attor ney-General. I The death is reported from London, at the great age of 99, of Mrs. Cooper, who was claimed I Vo be the prototype of Charles Dickons'' Little Dorrit. She was a remarkable old lady. At the age of 80 she used to dress in a style that was suitable for only a,1 woman of 2$. It is rumoured in political circles in Sydnev that Mr. ...

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Postal Information. Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913

Postal Information. Tocumwal Post Office. Arrivals. Sydney, Berrlgan, Jerllderle, and Pinley, daily at ,12.30 p m. ' _ Tuppal and Pine Lodge, Tues days, Thursdays, Saturdays, 2 p m. Deailiquin, Tuesdays Fridays s pm. . Barooga, Mulwala, Corowa, Tues days, Thursdays, Saturdays, 9 pm. Office is open for the delivery of . mails on Saturday nights for :;half an hour after arrival of coach. Melbourne, Numurkah, Cob ram, Yarroweyah Shepparton daily 2 pm. Departures. Barooga, Mulwala, Corowa. Mpn Wednesdays, Fridays, 9 am; Sydney, Finley, Berrigan, Jerik derie, daily 2.30 p in. Deniliquin, Wednesdays, and Sat urdays. 6 a m. Tuppal and Pine Lodge, Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 6 a m. Yarroweyah, Cotjram, Numurkah Shtpparton and Melbourne, dally at 2.30 j, m. W. WALSH, Post Master.

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LIBERAL PARTY'S CONSTITUTION. The Constitution. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913

LIBERAL PARTY'S CONSTITU TION. The Constitution. Maintenance of tiic Federal spirit of the Commonwealth Con stitution, as laid down by its fvamcrs, in opposition to the ten-, dcncy towards unification shown by the labor party. Opposition to the Labor Parly's proposal for the amendment of the Constitution at the approach down by the constitution. . Preservation of-the rights of the States to the cu affairs .within the bounds laid dwn by the constitution. Control of combines and mono polies for the protection of the public, but without undue inter fcrcncc with private enterprise. Fiscal Policy. Appointment of a permanent Tariff Board of a non-uolr ture to supervise and report to Parliament concerning industrial production and commercial ex change, the operation of the tariff and its effect upon the in vestment of capital, and the em ployment of labor, and to make recommendations.: from time to time for the adjustment and re vision of duties where necessary. Correction of inconsistenci...

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Anglican Church. First Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913

' Anglican ChurcL.' Firat Sunday, -i Berrigan ii; (HC.X3 a m.' Toc umwal 7 30. Second Sunday—Berrigan 7. 30. Tocumwal 7.30. Third Sunday. Tocumwal 11', H c. Finley3,H c. Fourth-Sunday. Berrigan ii, Ha Finley 7 30. Tocumwal 7.30. Fifth Sunday:—Tocumwal 7 30. _ Rbv. J. Vhsso. Tho*e in charge are kindly re quoted to advise us of any altera tion*. ' ■

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LABOR'S PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913

LAB0R8 PLATFORM. i. Constitutional reform.' (a) Abolition of the Legislative Council, and the substitution therefor of the initiative and referendum. (b) Abolition of the ofikc of State Governor. (c) Full citizen rights for wo men. 2. Effective land settlement. (a) Cessation of Crown l(and sales. (b) A proper- system of closer settlement, (c) Water conservation and ir rigation, ' ■. ' (d). State bank. (e) Taxation of land values. i. Nationalisation of health. | (a) Free and decentralised medical and surgical nurs ing services, (l>) State maintenance ■ of hos pitals. (<:) Special care of maternity and protection of child life. ; (d) supervision of unhealthy or : dangerous occupations. 4. Equitable industrial laws. (a) Ueguult'on of hours of La bor. ■ (b) A minimum wage for adult , and juvenile labor, (c) Amendment of Workers' Compensation Act. 5. Complete educational facilit ies. ■ (a\ Free education—secondary, {^clinical and. university. (b)'Yrce school material. 6. St...

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