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Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

' ilmtlrfartA. Fernbank holding, in this dis trict, offered for sale on Wed nesday at Dcniliquin by Messrs. H. Lloyd and Sons, was pur chased by Mr. D. S. M'Larty, of Bundiue. First-class Constable Ilocklcy arrived here from Hay, on Friday afternoon last to act as lockup keeper, vice Constable J. PJ Morrisscy, removed to Corrimal. Accounts of Constable Hockley receive from May has it that he is a very efficient officer, and was gcrierallv respected in that dis trict. A very heavy storm of wind was experienced here on Monday afternoon last, between two and three o'clock. It blew strongly for a time and was accompanied by dust and rain. It is said that the gale was the cause of delay ing the afternoon train, which was so greatly impeded, thai it had to be brought to a standstill between Widgiewa and Coonong sidings, and the brakes applied to keep it stationary- Anyway, the train was nearly an hour and a half late that clay. The Jerilderie Licensing Bcnch held a special meeting on Satu...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

r.ORRAM. Last Friday and Saturday two of the finest lines of sheep and lambs that were ever trucked at Cobranv were dispatched to pri vate buyers, and prior to being consigned they were inspected by local stockmen, who pronounced them to be the best quality stuff that has ever been brought here. On Friday, Mr. John Dick, of "Cobram," consigned 760 English Leicester crossbred lambs, off shears, to Messrs. John Cook and Co., and the price paid is said to constitute a record in Victoria for shorn lambs. They were a beautifully-proportioned, very even lot, and were bred.by Mr. Desaillv, of "Naranghi." On the following day a line of 1000 mag nificent 4-tooth crossbred wethers off shears, was also dis patched to another part of Vic toria, and .without, doubt these sheep were a revelation in size and uniformity. They were bred 011 Barooga bv Mr. A, J. Macpherson for the Barooga Company, and the price paid 011 the station, viz., 17/6 per head, will cause sheepowners to imagine what they wer...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONFIRMATION SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

CONFIRMATION SERVICE. j On Sunday evening the Right Rev. E. A. Anderson, D.D. (Bishop of Riverina), visited St. Alban's, Tocumwal, to ad ] minister the rite of Confirmation. Seventeen candidates were presented by the Vicar (the Rev. J. Verso, Th. L.) There was a large congregation present. The servicc commcnced with a pro cessional hymn, "Soldiers of Christ arise.' The Vicar then presented the list of candidates to Ijis Lordship,, who put the question to each person, using the full christian name. "Do ye here in the presence of God, and of the congregation, renew the solem promise and vow that was made in your name at your bap tism ratifying and confirming the same in your own persons, and acknowledging yourselves bound to believe, and to do all those things, which your Godfathers and Godmothers then undertook for you?" The candidates as sentmg thereto, the Bishop being seated at the chancel step laid liis hands severally upon each can didate saying : "Defend, 0 Lord, this thy child...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

Deniliquin. Spores will be helc) at the cricket ground oil Boxing Day. At a meeting held on Wednesday night nearly £20 was promised towards the expenses. Mr. II. Lloyd is now located at ihe George hotel. St. Kilda. JJe writes under Wednesday's date saying he is feeling much better in health since leaving Deniliquin, and he hopes in a week or so to feel as well as ever, The results of the theoretical examination held recently are to hand and are us follows :—■ Junior grade, higher division Miss Edith Peacock 97, Miss Gladys Simpson 98. Alex.' Sy monds 97. Intermediate grade, higher division—Miss Eunicc Jones 90, Miss Kathleen Lester 1)5, Miss Agnes Simpson 94, Miss Margaret Crowe -95. Advance grade, higher division—Miss Lena Maw 83. The candidates, who were prepared by the Sisters of Mercy, have all secured hon ors. A l;ul named Packman, aged 15 years, son of Mr. Jas. Park man, of .Barham, had a remark able escape from death 011 Satur day. He was working on the property of Mr. A, Hud...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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HEROIC HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 7 November 1913

HEROIC HENS. f*One does not generally;, ascri' e heroism to tho neeful. doracEtic be-:, but in "The Bird, Oar Brother," C : Thorne Miller' quotes Sir TiM. nu Arnold's story of the bravery ill? played by a, hen . wben a fcirrct, escaped from.,confinement, suddenly appeared before her. She was in. charge of a brood o! chicks, and the /errct was evidently after something to cat;' "Imagine, '• says the narrator, • 'some rural matron abruptly con fronted with a dragon or foaming tiger ! Terror would paralyse her. She could and would probably do no thing but scream ; but# this fussy, foolish littlo Dame Tartlctt fluffed •out her gallant plumage md went for the monster so vigorously, peek ing and kicking and bewildering him that the little cnes were safely perched in a »Bmnll fir tree before the .dangerous beast had filled his wicked mouth with her feathers and angrily given up the- chase. "Our glorious order of the V.C. has been awarded for deeds which wero tho fcierest child's play, com ...

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 — 7 November 1913

Pains in the Stomach.—"I can thoroughly recommend Chamber lain's Colic and . Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mr Thomas Kelly, Storekeeper, Berrigan, N.S.W. "I have been subject to severe pains in the stomach and at times would have to lay up. I was recommended to try Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and found one dose to give me relief." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal, Millar and Grover, Finley, and all dealers in medicines. A youug man named Leslje -Brooks, a driver, in the employ of Mrs. E. Nelson, carrier, on .Sat urday, displayed rare courage in the face of a grave dantjor He was driving a pair of 'lorsss along Benalla-road with a K :ry load of furniture for a block holder on No. 2..Estate., .When about a mile and a half from the town, a swarm of bees settled -.n driver and horses, and made a savage attack 011 them. The horses were driven frantic by the attacking forcc, and became al most unmanageable. Brooks was also badly stunt* about the face and arms, buf lie stuck gamely t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WHAT ABOUT THE REVENUE? [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

WHAT ABOUT THE REVENUE? If the country throws £7,096, 624 into the sea every year, and the Government catches £1,724, 236 as it falls, would the country be poorer if it stopped throwing the seven millions away? This is just how revenue is derived from the liquor traffic. It is less than two millions saved out of a sheer waste' of over seven millions annually. But the country actually loses revenue through the sale of liquor. Last year the. crime, poverty, "non-employment and sickness caused bv drink cost the State about £2,200,000. • This expenditure Would be saved if the money now spent in drink were spent in boots, wear ing apparel, etc., and the revenue derived would be greater., Boots pay 35 Per cent, duty; wearing apparel, up to 40 Der cent; while liquor only pays 22J per cent.. Therefore, vote no-license and you increase the revenue.—Advt. There are 10,167 electors on the roll for the Corowa elector ate, exclusive of those who,will be on the supplementary rolls.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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BERRICAN SHIRE. Ordinary Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

BERRICAN SHIRE. Ordinary Mpnthlu Meeting. The usual monthl" meeting of the Berrigan Shire Council was held on Monday last, when there were present: Crs. Frank Hoyle (President), J. Reynoldson. Pyle, Vagg, Erskine, Davies, Heffer nan, Greggery and Baikie. —Correspondence.— Outward correspondence was approved of and inward letters read and dealt with as follows :— From the Department of Pub lic Works, notifying grants for main roads as under: Coreen Shire boundary road to Berrigan road junction i)8o. thence on to Barooga, £150, thence on to Conargo Shire boudarv. £140, and Corowa to Jerilderie, via Momalong, .£30,—It was decided to request the Department to sanction the spending of the last named amount on. the Jerilderie -v.to Barooga road, as there was very little traffic 011 the Corowa to jerilderie road.—It was then decided, on the motion of Crs. Reynoldson and Pyle, to enter the strongest protest possible •• against the allocation of part of. the money mentioned, particular ly th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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MAIN ROADS GRANTS. An Inequitable Arrangement. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

MAIN ROADS GRANTS. | An inaqultable Arrangement. Most people will remember lliat some months ago the State Min ister Tor Works (Mr. Arthur Griffith) brought in a Bill cutting down the endowments to Shires in New South Wales and substi tuting in its place a Main Roads Bill. He proposed appointing a Roads Board, empowered to spend the money on main roads throughout the State. Fortun ately the good sense of the Mem bers defeated the measure, but unluckily for the. Shires the Min ister had not put back the money which he took in anticipation of the Bill passing on to the estimates. Since then the De partment has been making grants to main roads in different Shires, conditional upon their being expended upon metalling work. A good deal of dissatis | faction has been expressed with (lie method of making tho "rants. \ It would appear as if the De partment, was years behind hand with its information concerning the roads requiring attention, I and the stipulation was made in 1 many cases tha...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COROWA ELECTORATE. Mr. R. T. Ball's Address. VIGOROUS EXPOSITION OF POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

Mr. R. T. . Bali's Address. VIGOROUS EXPOSITION OF POLITICS. Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A. f,,r ihe Cornwii State elector'.'v. ad dressed a gcod :ilt-i'i:km ;c (if electors in Hillson s .Hall >'iji-Tiicv dny evening, with Cr J.. D. Davics occupying the • li iir.' 'I lie sjicich was a vcry: vigor ins c.Vc, i'.nd gave very dearly.llnT.l oiili cal p.sition as it app;:.irs In-day, pointing out in particular 'ii>„■ way the Labor Government liasdegit latcd during tli past liuce -yc-ars for the ciiv, as. against the country interests, anil the reck less way in which the finances of the country had been handled. The candidate was "iven *a' good hearing, jntcrjectiofis being con fined to one or two:.individuals at the back who,- when they secured an opportunity of asking questions at the 'close of the meeting, gave ample evidence of the fact that they .'did not at all understand State politics, and had quite failed to grasp the meaning of Mr. Ball's speech. It is "one of the experiences of ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

CURES.. INFLUENZA, ,frciM i 11 11 tB&tlgoe from influenza may be avoided by the jj m^'iSrfJ&Atomborlain'aCougA Remedy. The pain | g$© &A@JjChesiidisnppeara: the fever subsides, g fm01wAole ftodtfY&ecomcs comfortable, and you g ^®M®$(&l4h®i<&ft@ri@ffecta*-&2 ..the disease. |

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[?] [?]AND [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

o' •[ C .■ tho.n ' IV" 1 c .. U -e I.h r-s . ' -U- :8 t-ro up In arn»fi a.-u'iift b;m. IIo rtclared that the vigour and cn^g.' of tlio human raro wrs • on',i,raWd 'n dark co^M-lo onr?. h Mr cororlox lcn:d • rl.■; -.n: ! h- . vc were ovl dcnr f. o.* d •. tx ir - v| in a n*6S. /n: rvt . ' : n l r. c ri'tcn to Ka'.e i 4- .'>' st ire'.cr's. Coo of fli p.i f o> .«= ii *1io "-o 11 li'*o to Bbo*: ib'> en an! vow- or her mnscu lar Htu-n^ib. .' he a).o -''.as friends who arc bionics, ar.d jrorre aro n oUicra of largo familiea. TUo chil dren of these fa«r lra>d n^o hTG aro more viforo^B and in better health than thoro of li r dar'*-hii "cd acq'.inln'tnccc. The ca' f-r of the fair onea in, thm'/ore, dc Hcd, The blonde is fully equal to the bru nette. -I'artB Letter. Ati editor wlio whg courting a tfumau of unccrtnln oge, but j*osl tive hank account, was cut out by a, gcutlcmau from a neighbouring town, who married bor and took ber home, Whereupon tho editor sought n mean revcugo by...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Finley Post Office. DHPARTURHS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

I'inlcy PoBt Office. Dkpartdbhs. Dally, for j3ydney, Narandera, jeriluerie alid1 "lJcrrigau, 7.30 a 111, iraiu leaves at 8. IJaily, lot Melbourne and Tocum wal, at y. lo a in. I'or Demliquiu, Mondays, Wed nesuays, anu l-'ridays, at 7.30 pm, coacli leaves at a p 111. Jeiilderie via Springfield, Tue3 da;a,'iUuiauays, ouiu.udjiu.ju,,. AHKIVAUi FKUil f'5 o^duey, Narandera, ! Jerildurie, ana ueuiy-.n, clany at 7.10 p in. ..(.luourxic and Xocuinwai, daily atopm. uemlnjuiii Wednesdays i'rid.iys, 12.3U am, t>unuay« 4 pin. < j>.,iiaenc, via spima'neia, iuea da^s, Xuuiauays, ana oaiuiuays, at o 30 it ui. i*. M'DUWOUGH, Jfost Ma&lel.

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FINLEY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Finn took tlieir departure from here on Saturday last, for Tocumwal. "Bob," as he was known by his familiar friends, will be missed in Finley, but jvhcrc wc lose, To cumwal gains. The first two trucks of new season's chaff left here last Fr-i day and Saturday for the Sydnc" market and by reports was a beautiful green sample, which ought to bring top mice in Syd ney. It was grown by Mr. T. Burke. The weather of the last few days has been a little, more favor able for the farmers. Hay making is now in full swing, but by reports there is not much cut this year, mostly just for local requirements. The farmers have not forgotten last year's experi ence, a great manv of them hav ing old stacks on hand. A ROAD OBJECTED TO. At the ordinary monthly meet ing of the Berrigan Shire Coun cil on Monday last, Cr. Alex. Erskine introduced Mr. J. Taylor, who appeared in person toob'jcct" to the suggested oneninp of a road through-his land, which had been asked f...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PRE-HISTORIC GREECE. CENTURIES DEFORE AGAMEMNON. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

PRE-HISTORIC GREECE. . CENTURIES 11KK0I113 AliAMEM NON. Homer no longer stands out against a background of pitchy night, (in apparition equally splcn lid and In explicable. Behind them wo row hco at lcaut the outlines oi' a Ion;; pre ceding civilisation, i» t he course of which somehow—we know not how, lor all literary monuments have perished—was shaped aud mo'l'cd that wondrous epic spc:rh without whoso aid oven his genius must havo remained for ever inglorious and mute. That very Troy, whose story was to him already half a fable, was itself, wo now know, reared on the ruins of other citice, the oldest of whfrh may carry us back for flvo mill' n 'Iritis. r-n- "5, :o-, V ■, ■ " priu •«<; not. L . i <i*. .. : their wiius in tho in o! 'ii.i-'i from cunn''ngly-wroufiht cupm of adorned their sword blades with ar tistic images of tho dmso, and buried their dead along with rich wealth ot Jewellery In stately eep-.il' hrcs. whilo thoao old-world tales about M'dob and ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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RULE FOR MEASURING TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

KuLE 1-uK McrtSOnINU TMNH8. .vuu Usenet the toy aiea uuu .<v uu.lum „.eit tugcinci wuu iuu> ..iu*a luv. ui.t-Uie tticas, aiViU«. iL.c .—uii uy o, UUU Uluuiyiy u» lui. • t.plu. 44 ink UlCaaU. ciuwuka «*u iu ... uiVlul. ^ -47, ujiu lUw .wu.; . .1. tu^u ^ Ulc aue U1 lUc i-.ih.u • ulluu 111 LuolC JttlUS, . ... hu x oO 4«Uu...lop uica •viuv.ni 4u i. .0 4uu...umiuiii anea ill il 9U X 4 8uUli,,,lUlUule ttica 13.A/U 13,I!0U divided by §—2,200 ^,-ov, x id ^m-pthj-^ijUuucuuic teet •ii.VyU ttlVlUvU By £1 — S, 14 UCd ul taui- lU CUUIC ynlUS. ii yuu wuut to fiud sizu Ueiuie jiuKlug yuu <.uu uuuiu Luc icufciii • uv» Uicuiu ul Wtlal lue Dulluin wui w>w uU cu^p.ctlua. iUUa ; xuji | -ua. dua luc tup lucttaUiellleuia jun. by auu. ; dentil, iuit. ; siu^cs u tbice oIUl-s, i, to l, auu ou uue oitu t,ttie luauway; 4 to i ; iu iue ...uUlU, £ iu i tor ion.—<Zvu, tuis ,u cutlet iiue—4Uit. i'tlls auu ...^uu troui faOtt. leaves -uii. iu jjcwlu HI LUC IjOttytn. lu luu len...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

COMMERCIAL. WOOI. SALliS. i'lic A.M.I., anil 1'. Coy. Ltd. report. :— Owing to Tuesday being Cup Day, \vc held our weekly sale to day, Wednesday, the 5th inst., when wc offered a good cata logue of 4142 bales. The larger clips represented merinos from the Deniliquin, Hav. Booligal, Murninibidgee and Marsdcn dis tricts of New South Wales, whilst nianj' crossbred clips from the same districts, and also northern Victoria, made up a very good selection. The market for all good wools still remains firm. After the'first two sales of the season medium and inferior wools showed an easier tendency, and this lias now resolved itself into a rccidcd fall. All wools show ing any irregularity in quality or condition, especially if burry and wasty, are now from 5 to 7-A per cent. lower than at the opening sales. Our highest price for merinos was 12 Ad. for Bar ratta (Deniliquin), super comb ing. MM & Co/Burrabogie, from Hay to 12 Ad. Billabong/ RIO, from Marsden to 12d, Comcbacks to 12'd. ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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"RUSTLERS" IN ARIZONA. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

"RUSTLERS" IN ARIZONA. ■ k In winter I only kopt up t . r ! •tic horncn, plckcd ponicu, fa < -;i. and Almost frlcndo. They \xtv: i -1 tli ftmin night and morning, an 1, to nnvc liny, wero allowed to gm c out nt nlj;ht. Thoy regularly ie turned at early morning for Ui ir ((Hid, no I Unvo never had to go "after litem. Ono morning, however, thoy did not I Appear. It. wnn quite un.iccountn to to mo nud very awkward, an it left ; mo afoot Attd tumble to do auyth njc Not till about 10 a.m. did tjioy como gnlloplng in, greatly escitul, their tnUn Jn the nJr, pulling and imort* Ing. It did not look quite right. At noon while preparing earlier dinner, n man, a ntrnugor, rodo up to tho houco, and, of counw, wmi invited to cat. Ho wao very reticent, in fnct, would hardly upenlc nt nil, uud gavo no hint nn to who he wn»i or Any thing about hlmoelf. While cat tug there wa-i suddenly a rapid oucccmiloti of rifle ahotu heard outisldc. Wc both riudicd to the door and haw a mnii. riding f...

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BE CONSTANT ALWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

BE CONSTANT ALWAYS. The constant drop ot \saiei \>oui; away tuo uaidcbi oioiic, I'lie constant gnawing iowset masticates the toughest bone l'liy constant cooing lover carries off tiie blushing maid, And the constant Advertiser is the one who gets the trade.

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THE SHIRE COUNCIL. Where Shall It Sit? [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

THE SHIRE COUNCIL. Where Shal) It Sit? At the monthly meeting of the Berrigan 'Shire Council on Mon day lust, Cr. Iloylc (President) mover, pursuant to motion, that a referendum of the ratepayers be taken at the general Shire elections in January as to where the seat of government of the Bcrrigan Shire should be. There were, said the mover, three towns within, the Shire boundaries, Tocumwal, Bcrrigan and Finley." The most important of these was, as shown by the valuations read that day by the valuer, Tocumwal. .There the. population was greater, and the valuation of the pro<<erty in that town was just over £25,000 (unimproved capital value) as compared .with just over' £ij, 000 for Berrigan, and nearly £4,000 for Finley. But he did not think the ratepayers would vote for Tocumwal if the referendum were taken, .although he considered it was but due to them that thev should have an opportunity of expressing their opinion as to where the scat of Government of the ...

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