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

METHODIST. Tocumwal n a.m. Mr. J. Arthur. Berrigan, 11 a.m. Finley 7.30 p.m. Rev. L. S. Shears Saunders. Mr. Riley, dentist, of Denili quin, will be in Tocumwal al! next week and may be consulted as usual at Dr.. Hill's surgery. Mr. P. Jackson was on Monday appointed by the Berrigan Shire Council as maintenance man for B Riding, in place of the late Mr. Iinke. A revision court for the Berri gan Shire will be held at Berrigan on Wednesday, N ovembcr' 10. Monday next is the last day 011 which enrolm.pnt can take place. If you are entitled to a vote for the Shire Council, sec that your name is on the roll. In Ihe next issue of the "Guardian'' will be published the "Hansard" report of a speech made recently in th~ House of Representatives by Mr. F. B. S. Falkirier on the. Commonwealth Bank. Our Federal member's remarks on.telephone matters ap pear elsewhere in to-day's paper. WOOL SALIi. Goldsbrough Mort & Coy. offered another large and attract ive catalogue of 6240 bales, com p...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

Publlo Notices. Millinery and Dress - * making. ... M. & m7kb©gh, Announce lliat tlicy have commenced as above in premises in Denilquin-street, Tocumwal. . . . . The Latest Fashions and Styles may be chosen from. An inspaction and Trial is respectfully invited. Gordon Rnderson. Carrier, Forwarding Agent _ and Livery Stable. Proprietor. COBRAM. VIC Has purchased a new 25 h.p. Max well MOTOR CAR To Heat !iv0„vfitlj Iiooil and nlP.lho lulost n]it>liancc:i nuil is iircjmtud to lnro tamo on icahotmblo terms Car will arrive in Tocumwal in half an-hour by ringing 'Phone No. 9 Victoria Hall, Cobrain. Farmers Note. "y ACUUM' Oil No. 1 Grade 3/9 " gallon. J. T. CLOSE, Steam Implement Works, Finley. Bores aed' Wind® Mills. - ft/jTESSKS JONES BROS., of Fitiley, beg to advise farmers and settlers that they have procured a first-class Boring Plant and are pr.epared to sink Bores and erect Mills in any part of the District. Satisfaction Guaranteed, PERCY JONES. ALFRED JONES. . J. M. FMS...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

PUBLIC NOTICES. WHOL.ESALE buying agencies undertaken for all British and Continental goods, including Books and Stationery, Boots, Shoes and Leather, Chemicals and Druggists' Sun dries, China, Earthenware and Glass ware, . -Cycles, Motor Cars and Ac cessories, Drapery, Millinery, and Piece Goods, - Hardware, Machinery and Metals, Fancy Goods and Perfumery, Jewellery, Plate and Watches, Photographic and Optical Goods, ■ * Provisions and Oilmens' Stores, Commission 2b p.c. to £ p.c. Trade Discounts allowed. Special Quotations 011 Demand. Sample eases from £10 up wards. Consignments of Produce';Sold on Account. WILLIAM WILSON & SONS., (Established 1814), 25, Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. Cable address: "Annuaire, Lon don." . S. LUKEIS, POULTRY BREEDER, 906 Skipton-street, Ballarat. A Fine Collection of WHITE LEGHORNS, BROWN LEGHORNS, SILVER WYANDO'lTES, BLACK ORPINGTONS, BUFF ORPINGTONS, PLYMOUTH ROCKS, , MINORCAS, • ' CHAMPION LAYING STRAINS Fine Healthy, Vigorous Cock rels, £l...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

mnrnwimr From our Exchangoo. OERRIOAN. Quite a number of Berriganitcs made a trip to Melbourne 'at the end of last week, with a. view of attending tlie V.R.C. annual sprint races. From all accounts only one of them managed to pick out Posinatus as the cup winner. Mr. Walter Thompson, who is at present indisposed at Cool amon, took a turn for the worse at the end of"last week,, but*is again making progress towards re covery. Master Dan Powell, who is suffering from pneumonia, has been in a critical condition during the past few days, but yesterday showed signs of im provement. During the month of October 4733 local calls were received on the telephone at the Berrigan post office. The inward trunk calls reached 874, whilst there were 873 outward. Besides those counted the attendants have to connect a number of un successful calls each day. The popularity of. the telephone is rapidly increasing, as is instanc ed bv the fact that a record in the locals was established last month. There ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, November 16, 1913. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

CHURCH SERVICE8. Sunday, November 16, 1913. CHURCH OF ENGLAND St. Alban's! Church Tocumwal, II a.m. .(Holy Communion. Finley, 3 p.m. (Holy Commun ion.) Rev. J. Verso. St. Alban's Church, Tocum wal at 7.30 p.m. Mr. C. T.; Rodda'(Catechist).;

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COUNTRY TELEPHONES. Our Member's Views. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

COUNTRY TELEPHONES." Our PrtOinber's Vtowa. Speaking in the House of Rep resentatives last week on the country telephone lines, Mr. F. B. S. Falkiner, for River ina, is reported as follows in "Hansard" Mr. Falkiner.—If more re quests are made . for th'c con struction of telephone lines than can be complied, with, cach dis trict should be given a fair show. I mention that beqause in my elcctoratc we have wanted a new post office in one town for the last ten or eleven years. Recently, ; the man who owned the building previously, occupicd as a post- 1 office gave the Department notice to quit. They did not go out when they should although the landlord had a hotel licensee ready to come in, and wlrai they ultimately did go out at a day's notice, the post-office business has to be carried on in a little wooden building, which is entire ly unfitted for the purpose. No site has been purchased for a new post-office in the town, and 1 there .is no money on- the esti mates.for the purpose, al...

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

Auction Sales. CLEARING r Furniture Sale. SATURDAY, NOV. 15, 1913. commencing at 2 p.m.- sharp. WILLIAM SKELLY & CO. havei received instructions from MR. D. CORCORAN .to sell as above, at Mr. T. Powell's residence, the whole of his house hold furniture and effects com prising :— Drawing Room Suite, Bedroom Suite, Wardrobe, Side .Board, 6 sets Bedroom Ware, 12 Mat tresses, 10 Pillows, 6 Mirrors, (5 Mats, 5 Curtain Poles and Rings, 3 Fly Doors, Child's (Chair, 11 Stretchers, 2 Tables, I Gipsy Table, 24 Chairs, Large Zinc Tray, 9 rolls Lin oleum (small and large), Deck Chair, Wheelbarrow, 3 Fishing Rods, Stable Broom, Safe, Dresser, about 501b Tea, 2 Axes, Garden Rake, 2 Ice Chests, 4 Dressing1 Tables, 4' Wash Stands, 2 Coils Perfor ated wire, Lamp. (Bedroom heater), Gallon Demijohn, Pre serving Pan, Iron Stand; 4 Buckets, Clothes Line, 2 Hang ing Lamps, 3 Tin Dishes, Side Board, Pillow Cases, 6 pairs Curtains, 4 small Window. Cur tains, Table .Cover. 11 Quilts, 4 Rugs, 34 Shee...

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

Oenlllquln. Tlic stock passings for the month of October readied the large total, of, 300,881 sheep and. 1978 cattle. On Sunday evening last at about 7.30 o'clock, a fire occurr ed at a house in Cressy-street, near tha Chinese Camp. The house was owned by Mr. J. Hew lett, and was occupied by a well known resident in Paddy Gin Gook. The latter was a hcav by the fire. An old resident in the person of Mr. John Kellet Baker died at the residence of Mr. James Burchfield on Sunday morning last, after an illness extending over some weeks. Deceased ar rived in Dcniliquin about 49 years ago, and up 16 the time of his! illness worked at his trade of a bootmaker. One sister, Mrs.: Channon, of Queanbeyan, sur vives him. Deceased was 72 years of age and died on the anniversary of his birthday.

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

COBRAM. . All the customary legal form alities and ordinances having been complied with in connection with the' Cobram electric light scheme, and the Shire engineer was instructed at the last meet ing of the TungamaH Council to call tenders for the necessary •plant, works, etc. " At the ordinary meeting of the Tungamah Council, the acting chairman (Cr. Jno. Fell, J.P.) stated that the annual audit of the Shire accounts had recently been completed by the Govern ment auditor, Mr. F. Minchin, F.I.A.V., who reported that he had examined all the books, documents, vouchers etc., and found everything correct and in proper order. The auditor add ed that though the Shire Secre tary was not present during the audit he had no difficulty. what ever in finding out the veriest items and details, and had to compliment the-.Council on the admirable and cleanly manner in which Its books were kept. COBRAM ROWING CLUB. The official " opening of the above club's season will take place on Saturday, 15th...

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RHEUMATISM. An Effective Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 14 November 1913

RHEUMATISM. An Effective Remedy, Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment, which acts through the pores of the skin on the nerves and muscles, when used in con junction with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, wijl be found to al ways bring relief.- A letter from Mrs. A. King, Union-street, Fox ton, N.Z., strongly confirms the value of both these remedies. Mrs. King writes :•— "My daughter suffered' acutely from Rheumatism in the arms and hips, wljich caused her a great deal of tjain, esoecially dur ing wet weather. Having tried many remedies for Rheumatism, all of which -roved useless, she went on suffering until advised to try Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment, which was used in conjunction with Dr. Mo'rse's In dian Root Pills. After the first bottle we noticed a great imr provement, so we persevered with the treatment and used four bottles in all, when all signs of Rheumatism left her and have not returned since. * I cannot speak too highly of your Nerve and Bone Liniment,, and can also re...

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

Jerlldorlo. Mr. E. Brett; a well known former resident of Jerildcrie, was united in the holy bonds of matri mony with Miss E. Jeans, of Hay, 011 Wcdncsdayof last week. ( During the week twelve music pupils of the Sisters of Mercy, Jerilderic, were examined here by Mr. M'Lean, ,,of the Sydney College of Music. All twelve were successful, six gaining first class passes, five passes, Mid one honors for violin. Mr. M'f.caii expressed himself as very pleas ed with the candidates. During the whole of the week there lias been a cold snap from the south-west, with accompany ing flying showers of rain and hail. Last week it is said an Antarctic disturbance occurred, and it can be easily believed that its effect reached .here about Monday. The evenings' and nights have been cold enough to warrant fires indoors. The sheep and lambs are not only pestered with ! flies ^ but another source of worry arc the grass .seeds, which get into the eyes of the flock. It will be some weeks yet before the se...

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TOCUMWAL'S IMPORTANCE. Railway Traffic Comparisons [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

TOCUMWAL'S IMPORTANCE. | Railway Traffic Comparisons The importance „i I'> vimwal as a railway centr: ,s Mrikingly shown in the annual report, of the Victorian Railway Coinn'.ivi; n.rrs for the year ending June TO, 1913. In' this report the reuirti-i of traffic are given for each rail way station in Victoria, and To cumwal comes out vcr" much in advance of many stations in larger towns than this. The total revenue for the Tocumwal railway station for the period under review was £23,281, as compared with £25,641 for 1912, and £22,82; for 1011. The fall ing off of last year as compared with the nreviouss term is ac counted for by the fact that 1912 was a phenomenal vear, and the receipts were very large in that period in most of the stations throughout the State. The amount of business transacted at Tocumwal itj very much' in- excess of that for older railway' centred in the districts around. Take, for instance, Cobram. where the total revenue for the year (1912 13) was £13,016. as...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

- STOCK SALES. Messrs. Win. Skelly and' Co., report that 28,000 fat sheep were yarded at the Newmarket .yards on Tuesday, when x-bred wethers sold from n/6 to 19/, x-bred ewes from 11/- to 18/3. Merino wethers brought from 14/g to 17/8, and merino ewes from 6/- to 14/. The firm sold from this dis trict :—180 x-bred ewes account E. Quirk, Tocumv.al averaging 15/6 and 11.5 merino ewes averag ing 15/6; 90 x-bred, Walsh Bros., Tocunnval, averaging 16/; 44 x-bred, Ci. II. Smith Tocum w;\l, averaging 15/5. John M'Namara and Co. sold from these districts :—'62 merino wethers, D. J. Bailev, "Coiulah Park," Bevrigan,. averaging 13/8; 8.1 x-bred and merino, H. P. Whitty, Berrigan, former at '19/-' and 16/2, and latter at 13/0 ; 60 x-bred and merino, II. T. Whittv, Mulwala, former at 19/9 and I ''7/ and lat ter at 14/- and 12/, and 66 x-bred at 16/11 ; 74 merino, H. G. G. Sloane, Mulwala at 12/7. J. M. Peek and Sons, sold 20 merino and x-bred. Tames Doyle, Tocumwal, at .15/2. Uther agents sold...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES. Dalgctys held their sixth sale of the season on Tuesday when they offered a Rood renresentat ive catalogue _ of over five thous and bales. There was a full at tendance of buyers and compe-. tition was satisfactory, all good and super wools selling fully up to last week's rates, the only wools to show weakness being faulty and mixed crossbreds, buri-y merinos and lower sorts of wool generally. A cood clear ance of the catalogue was effect ed at satisfactory prices. Sim son's, Mungndal, from Hay, sold at 12Ad. and Nyincrav at I2d., J. A. Wallace's Booabula, from Deniliquiii, at nld., Hunter Bros., Burnewang from Elmore' at ujd., Falkiner and Sons, Boo noke, from Deniliquin, a"t:i2^'d., A. T. Alexander, "Pinehill," Kin ley, lold. for comeback. Messrs. Dalgety and Co. add : —"Writing of well-known River ina clips and stud .sheep, it must not be forgotten that one of the? features of yesterday's sales was the inclusion of the famous FSF (in diamond) over Boonoke c...

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FINLEY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. . Mr, Slowcy, olie of our bakers, narrowly escaped a bad accident a day or so ago owing to some one taking the nut off ona of the wheels of his carl. -Mr. Mullins, Messrs. J. M'Na niara and Co's representative ar rived last week, and he gives the impression of being an energetic young man, whom we have no doubt will look after his employ er's -interests the same as his predecessor, Mr. Finn, did. . A clrover named Ross was oc fore the P.M. on Thursday last for driving sheep through part of Mr. M'Allistcr's unfenced . property ' known as "Myrtle Park," without giving notice. He was fined £1, with £4. pro fessional costs, 6/- costs of court and,6/- witntss.expenses. A severe dust storm swept over the town and district 011 Monday, the former being enveloped in dust the whole of the day, caus ■ intr 110 little inconvenience to the - . householders and shopkeepers, as it is impossible to keep it out, but we never heard one of them utter a bad word. All out-door work wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

. 'Messrs;'J. MJffa'mara-and Co., and Campbell and Sons will hold a special horse sale at Numurkah on Tuesday,..November 25,'' Petty thieving is pretty prevalent ip Finley just now,' and so far there appears to have been little, effort1 made to catch the offenders. The Victorian Railway Com missioners announce seaside ex? cursion tickets available for two months. Tickets will be issued from November 15, IQ13 to April 30. iyi4- - ' There :s an opening at the "Guardian" office . for a boy to learn the DrintinK trade, with an opportunity later 011 of becoming, a linotype operator. - Special stock sales will be held at Numurkah on Thursday. No vember ,27 by Messrs. J. M'Na- . mara and Co., when there will be-buyers in attendance for 600 cattle and 8000 sheep. . Mr. F. B. S. Falkiner's speech on the Commonwealth Bank, and Mr. R. T. Ball's speech on Border Railways, will be found reprint ed in full from "Hansard", in to day's ''"Guardian." Be sure " and V read them..

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PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Mr. W. Davidson, of the Finley "Mail," is again in charge of the destinies of that journal, vice Mr. R. A. Halifax, who took his de Darture suddenlv a week or so ago. - Mr. William Elliott! proprietor and editor .of the Jerilderie "Herald" was in Tocumwal for a - couple of days last week end. His journey was of enforced duration owing to the inevitable 'motor car breakdown. - ' - Mr. James M'Gror-'-of Tocuni •wal, lias been auD'ointed local wheat buj'er for Messrs. llouis Dreyfus and Co., one of the larg est wheat exporting firms 1'n Australia. • Mr. M'Grory has al ready purchased over 8,ooo bags of this season's wheat." The death is reported as hav ing occu.rred in East Melbourne on Wednesday of last week, of Mrs. Fears, one time of Koonoo jnoo. Did residents, of this dis trict will remember Mrs. Fears, . whose residence was the nearest . - ■ ... on the Victorian side to the To cunvwal crossing /on the Murray. Mr. H. H. Casev "iv.ts uixii. again elected .Pre...

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Finley Post Office. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

f lulcy Jt'oal Office. DlU'ARTUHHS. Daily, tor eiyiiiiyy,' Naruiidcru, Jerilaene uua xieuigau^j.ju u m;~ iruiu icavcs til o. Dully, lur iviciuuarud uu'U Tucuui* wul, ul y.-io a m. i*ur l/euiiuiaiu, iViouduys, vVoil uusuuys, uuu rria.^s, ul /.jupui, cuucu iciitua <u o ti w, .junlUcric via opiluj^ueia, l'uca dttja, AnuiaUuya, .juiuidii/ao.ju^ui, AKKlVALb l'KUM OjUJiCj, »-/ UliU wCL*l0^U, —l., WkC j*k\J 1* tUauUUluc I4UU luCUUltViW, uUJi; UlOpUi. JJcUiil^aiU ,VOU.JsSU(l;3 AMia^p, 12.^0 a ill, Ouuua/d 4 p iU. JclllUcric, Via Oyiill^ilClU, 1 uc9' au>J», ruiuoaays, uua 0<ilUIU<4ji>f ul o ju u in, M \UUJNUUUil, 1U31 Aiusiei.

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DEATH FROM PNEUMONIA. Mr. John Byrne's Demise. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

DEATH FROM PNEUMONIA. Mr. John Byrne's Demise. Residents of Tocumwal and district will learn with deep re-, .gret of the somewhat sudden death of .Mr. John Byrne, -of To cumwal, which occurred at his residence on Wednesday evening shortly- after nine o'clock. De ceased was working about the town up till Sunday last in his customary good health, although' on'. Saturday he complained ' of feeling unwell. That evening lie was playing in ■ the band in his usual place although he must have been sufferingkeenlv. On Monday he was forced to take to his bed and medical aid was sought. Everything possible was done in the way of medical skill and nurs ing attention, but the complaint" (pneumonia) could not be staved off and he died as stated on Wed nesday evening, surrounded by his wife and three children. Shortly before the end came he was unconscious and the Rev: Father Fleming arrived just be fore death occurred. Mrs. Byrne was unremitting in her at tention and devotion to the suffere'r, an...

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RULE FOR MEASURING TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 21 November 1913

RULE FUR MfcAbUttiNU TANKS. Add together the top area aud the Duuow mea to^eiuer wiui lour times tue uiiuaie uicus, uiviUc lue lesUil uy b, uuU muuipiy uy lue Ueptu. ll 111- Ulcasu. cmcul:> ale tu led UlVlUe uy it, alia tue lesUlt Will tueu Ue tue aiw ul ine exca valiuu in cuuic yaius. Top ... 6U x 8u 4auu...top area jbottom M x 2U 4ou..'.bououi area 4(J x5Ux' 4 Suuu...miauie urea 13,0 13,200 divided by 6—2,200 2,200 x 10 (,depth;-^i!,0U0 uuuic feet 22,000 diviucu uy il —6,14—area of tuuK. m cuuie y«ras. If you want to iiua size beiore sinking yoa uau uuiuiu tue icu6iu una uieaiu oi wuai iu>- boiiouu ivm be on eu-upiciwu. .uua: xujs tank has tue luc-asuicaieiiis 6UU. by auti. ; aepih, u.'iu ; oiu^/cs on three siaes, i io i, uua ou oue side (.ihe roauwayj 4 io l ; iu tue Dreudin, £ to i tor ii/it,—2uu, mis ou citner slue—iuu. Tnis t>uu truwtcu uoui ouit. ic^ves iun. iu bream at tue ouuom. iu lue leugit. ou oue Mae, £ iu l slopes a. iu— 20tt.; uua un lue leuiaiuiu^ siue, whic...

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