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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

(Under New Management.) 6 E 0 R 6 E. D A L T 0 N 33GS to advise hit, Mends and the Travelling!Public that he has taken 3 ^session of the above well known Hotel, which has always enjoyed reputation .of being the Commercial House in Finley, also one if he best conducted in the district, and he trusts by strict attention to >ttsiness to merit the continued patronage jjwhich has always been iccorded the A.11 Wines, Ales, Spirits and Cigars are the finest procurable. Roomy Stables. Attentive Groom Coaches for Jerilderie, Tocumwal, ad Deniliquln call each day. GEORGE DAI/TON, Proprietor. THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL. FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. THE best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Cab meets all trains. Coaches leave here for Finley, Berrigan, Barooga, Corowa & Jerilderie Only First Class Brands of Wlnes™and Spirits stocked. • leanliness, Civility and Attention guaranteed. HARRY^H. CASEY, Proprietor. |Q Opposite Railway Station. HP HE L...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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A FAIR CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

A FAIR CHAMPION. At the Glebe Town Hall on Monday night (says the "Sydney Morning Herald"), Mr. Wade spent a lively couple of hours i while addressing a meeting on behalf of Dr. Bohrsmann. The most amusing incidents of the evening were the antics of a lady, who stood on a chair" in the centre of. the hall throughout the* meeting, and familiarly address ed Mr. Wade as "Charley-." ' "(jo it, Charley," "(live, it io liiin, Charley," she cried over and over again ; and at last (lie leader of the Opposition was so earned away with her charniincr manners and graceful allusions thai he smiled at her in a fetching man ner, and blew her a kiss over the heads of the audience. This fairly convulsed the meeting. A little while later the ladv took up the cudgels on behalf of her gallant-, and addressed the audience simultaneously with Mr. Wade. She got such an excell-. ent hearing for a few .minutes that even Mr. Wade was silenced, and he had Io stand helplessly on the platform until his fair fr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CHAPTER XX —"I—Killed—Himl"— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

CHAPTER XX —"I—Killed—Ilimi''— "Rose! my dear, dear Rose— thank Clod you Imve tome back to mc." Reginald, standing in the door way of Mrs. Mctcalfe's sitting room saw ho\V closely his mother's arms were folded about the girl, who lmtl flung herself on Iter knees beside the invalid's couch ; saw, too, how at the first' sight of Alison's tall figure, hap piness had ■ transfigured his mother's face. "It is worth while to have play ed, to go oti playing, the grim play, out, to see that look on the dear mother's facc," lie said to himself, as he watched -the two, "worth any pain to myself, to sec her happy!" "I have missed you my dar ling," the elder woman's voice continued, in soft crooning tones, whilst her hands pushed back a strand of hair from Alison's fore head, and gently stroked the girl's flushed facc. "1 can never tell you how father and I have missed you. I know why you went away. I quite understand how the shock and horror of it all drove you to go away, but .1 ! tl ank God y...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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This thrilling and Interesting Serial was commenced in the Issue of September 5, 1913. Back copies may be obtained on application to this office. The Sin of ALISON DERING. CHAPTER XIX —"He Cannot Hurt Mc Now."— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

This thrilling and Interesting Serial was commenced in tho Issue of September 5, 1913. Baolt copies may be obtained on application to this office. The Sin of ALISON BERING, i (By llio author uf "Diana'' ; "A Tangled Web," clc., eh:.) CHAPTER XIX —"He Cannot 1-IutSt Mc Now."— Iii all the years of her not un eventful life, Alison felt that she had never experienced such strange and dream-like sensa tions as those which beset her during the course of the hours .that followed. Mr. Baynes, the vicar of St. Clement was good ness itself to her, and his sister, an elderly kindly lady accustomed to receive all her brother's guests' without question or comment, jjnade her welcome and estab lished her 'in a small cosy room to rest quietly. No one worried her with questions, 110 one seemed surprised either at' her coming, or at the errand which had brought her. Miss Baynes now and then came in mid out of the room, with a bright word and kindly smile, and at one o'clock a dainty lunch was served...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

No Xmas without music can be "A MERRY X.MAS" in tlii; truest sense of the Word, and "°t only' at Xmas, but throughout all the year, ever)' family-realises that the home without a piano is bound to be lonesome. Fortunately, with the stupenduous reductions in- prices at MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE, no family ha-s any_excuse for being' without a Piano. Our Showrobms contain hundreds of beautiful Models by the world's most famous makers—new, part used, manufacturers' sample, instruments, and others iiv discon tinued case patterns that can be bought at a fraction of their original cost, or actual worth. And not onlv have you the chance of effecting this big Saving in Price, but MAPLES' FAMOUS EASY TERMS of repayment from 2/6 weekly payable weekly, monthly, quarterly or half-yeaVly will make the payments so easy you will never realise that you are paying at all. ' / £60 ROSEN ER £27 10s. This is a splendid example of the extra vakies_ we offer. It has had some little use at concerts etc., but...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

A BEAUTIFUL. MEMBER OF BANDSMANN'S OPERA COMPANY AFTER BEING ATTACKED WITH MALARIAL FEVER ON RETURNING HOME FROM TOURING INDIA. DECLARES SHE OWED HER RAPID RES TORATION OF STRENGTH TO THE USE OF "• IfefF MISS RUBY MUNRO is well known no!.only as a member of the Opera Company above mentioned, but also_as an athelete of a superior order, and at present holds: the Championship of Australia for Duration Club Swinging, breaking a record of 24 hours: a remarkable example of strength in a woman. " She has only one superior in the world. She took part in the A.N. A. fete on the 29th Feb. in Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Here ii her letter from 31 Camberwell-road, Hawthorne, Vic, 31 Cftmborwell Street, CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. Hawthorne. "After touring Ohina, Japan and India two years ago, I roturnod home with Bandsmann's Op'ora Company, and was attacked with malarial favor, which I felt sure I contracted in Indiai " I was In bod for four months, suffering at times with ague and other severe p...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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MOTOR CAR TRIP. Tocumwal to Shepparton. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

MOTOR CAR TRIP. Tocumwal to Shepparlon. I'our motor cars set out at an early hour on Friday morning for Tocumwal, N.S.Wales. The passengers included Mr. J. Peck (Peek and Sons, Melbourne), Mr. A.-Biggar (Peck, - Sons and Big 1 gar), .Messrs.' C. H. Hawkins,. J. Thorn, C. Norton,- Hamilton (Gippsland), S. M'Crum". and others, The object of the visit was the opening stock sale at the prosperous town mentioned, by Messrs. Peck, Sons and Biggar, who have recently opened there a branch' of their business. An auspicious start was made from Shepparton., The roads were in_ splendid order and all went as well as the proverbial "marriage bell" till Tocumwal was reached. The sale was held and was highly satisfactory, and about 7 p.m. a start was made on the return journey under entirely different conditions. There was a heavy rainfall, at Strathmerton over an inch being recorded. The road; in part, was under water. After travelling some miles, and when approaching Numurkah, the roads were foun...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

(r,A.TE OP CULCAIRN.) "OKGS to notify the residents of the towuvand district that he hns purchased the business hitherto carried ou by Mr. G. Haydou as Hairdresser and Tobacconist, In Deuiliquiu-street, Tocumwal,. rtud trusts to merit a share of public patronage. The Stock w«I be Improved and considerably added to. Pipes, Tobacco, 6igars, ©igarettes, Fancy Goods, and Sundries of the Best Quality. Pirst-class Billiard Saloon, well lighted. The HairdresSitig Saloon will be under capable management. Local Agent for the Finley 'Mail." S. W. DUKE, Tocumwal. " IS v, HT J: G. WILSON'S Who is Now Opening a Great Display of tlie Latest Spring and Summer Fashions. At extra Low Values in Dainty Dress Goods, consisting of Pique Cords, .Rloh Foulards, Crepe, Poplins, Silks, Washing De laines, Light and Dark Cambrick Prints. Call and Inspect. A large New Stook of Gents' Lad ie's and Children's Boots and Shoes.. Paints, Oils, Galvanised Iron, Wire Netting, Fencing Wire, Timber eto., at GREATLY RED...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

ADVERTISE in the 'GUARDIAN.' ^aracssaisss cssnesff era n avoidedrhyitho j rBanger from inihtenza may, ^m'of^hdm&erSaSn[s':€o^gh Remedy. Thepain] jfsmtj i&e\chest'{disappears:, tkeifever'su&sidesM | l^0jwAoIe^od^j.!&ecomejsjsomfosifaMe9-andivami i • 1 > -v ' "v"- ' 1 >*"1 rf^at£5s36 vva.ifea wz&jamsi t&six&asEsiBssa ssbswh: J, 8ERVI0K & 00. MELBOURNE AGENTS,

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A SIX-HOUR-DAY. Farmers Beware. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

A SIX-HOUR-DAY. Farmers Beware. • LA.130r . wants a six-hour' day. But Labor does NOT WANT -THE FARMERS. who: know well what that, would mean, TO UNDERSTAND what it. is after.. AT. the LAST STATE. LA- : BOR conference a motion in • favor of adding A SIX HOUR day plank to Labor's fighting platform was carried, "un thinkingly, after the. briefest of ; discussions, two DAYS „» later, at the warning of Mr. J. C. Watson, the conference REVERSED ITS decision. "• A motion like- that Mr. Watson -[jointed, out, WOULD LOSE THE party seats at the elections. That *was .enough. . . ' Bui' Are the farmers TAKEN IN?/ ' 'i'he present demands of eight hours work on the farm _is lead ing ui; to the six-hour day. .The result de-.icyids on the Labor "candidates' succcsses at the elections next Saturday week.

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LABOR LOVES THE FARMER. What Ministers Think of the Settler. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

LABOR LOVES 'THE FARMER. What Ministers Think of tho Settlor, Mr. Carmichael .{Minister of Education) : "If we take land at £l per acre capital value, and if by tile State laying out hundreds of 'thousands of uounds it goes up,in . value from ,-Gi to .£4 per 'acre, what is the cause? Is the farmer settling there and sitting there, like a knot on a log. the cause of it? -■ Whatever the cause is, the return ''-should go "to that cause, and inasniiich as tlie.State is the cause of the increase in the land value, the greater nart of that value should cro .back to the State," . . Mr. Stuart Robertson (Labor M.I..A. for Cam"erdown), referr ing not to tlie large land monopolist, but to- the small homestead selector :—"In my. opinion.the man who grabs-the land is invariably a coward. Ilis nature 'is distinctly. cowardly when he tries to acquire that which should be the property of the people, and endeavors tcrtakc the unearthed increment;" Mr. Stuavt Robertson;. "Any. value found in that la...

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DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. berrican. At the instance of Councillor Connell, the Wunnamurra Shire Council has sent a petition con taining 2S names, to Mr. R, T. Ball, M.L.A., for presentation to the Railway Commissioners, urg ing the erection of trucking yards at Mairjimmy siding.. Last Thursday afternoon one of Mr. and Mrs. Clark's children had the point of its tongue bitten off by a dog. The child was playing in Chanter-street when the dog made a snap at its face with the painful result above mentioned. We were pleased to see Mr. Quade in the town during the week—the first time since he was severely attacked bv illness some months ago. Altfiough not as yet altogether recovered Mr. Quade is on the mend, and we trust that his full return to health will be speedy. During the week the harvesters have, been busy on some farms garnering oats, 'the''yields'from which are reported to be any thing from t,Q to 40 ' bushels of excellent ■ quality. A spell of 'warm weather would now be...

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THE STATE ELECTIONS. F.S.A. Secretary's Views. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

THE STATE ELECTIONS. F.S.A. Secretary's. Views, The comments made by the State Premier, Mr. Holman, dur ing a speech at Gunnedah. with regard to the vote of the farmer constituents of rural centres, was brought under the notice of Mr. T. I. Campbell, general secretar" of the Farmers and Settlers' As sociation. Mr. Campbell said he. had noticed the "Herald" report of the speech-delivered by Mr. Holman.. "It is satisfactorv." said Mr Campbell, "to find ■ that in order to make a reply to my recent statements about the solidifying of the farmers' vote, the Premier has to descend to deliberate mis representation, in the first place, I say most emphatically that the report of the interview with me, published in the "Herald," did not refer to any alliance with the Liberal Par-v. As a matter of fact it wa: expressly -pointed out that the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion had after much organisation ami. .^.-liberation,<■' set out upon a j "'.T'.mptv.frvi to secure the return of ...

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Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

Jerilderie. The prices offered here last week, forward delivery, by the local buvers, we're from <j/- to 3/oi. /' We hear. that there- is some probability of another solicitor (Mr. A- H" Windeyer, of Denili quin) opening a branch .of his business in this "town at an'early date. ' Ano]d-age. pensioner, named Robert Armour, was found dead at liis residence at Jerilderie on 8th inst. Deceased was 82 years of age. and was at one time a soldier- in the 44th Regi ment. A young man, 23 vc-ars of age, named /\ibert John M'Doiigall, whilst working at t)ic Jerilderie .flour mills on the 10th ilist., sud denly collapsed and died, the medical opinion being that he must have ruptured a blood ves sel on the brain. The R.W.U. oreaniser (Mr. Flanagan) held a 'meeting at Ber rigan 011 Saturday last for the purpose of forming a branch of the R.W.U. there.; He address ed a meeting but the men treated the whole affair as a': joke and no union was formed. . ' The Rev. Father Rvan, of Ball dal...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

COBRAM. A special train consisting of 30 trucks, containing 2940 sheep. was dispatched from Cob ram yesterday to Weerite, in the western district. The sheep were bred on Barooga station, and were a particularly fine lot of ewes. We regret that. Mr. T. Men hennitt, stationmaster at Cob ram, has been laid ud %vith blood poisoning, contracted through handling wool, and hope to hear of his speedy recovery. His •place meantime has been filled by Mr. T. J. Sullivan. During the week we inspected a splendid sheaf of wheat brought to the local flour mill bv Mr. W. Hay, who has 30 acres of it growing on Boomanoomana station. It is named Firbank, the seed of wliich was obtained from the Wagga Government farm. The sheaf was about 4ft. ,^in. long, with 5-inch heads, and , Mr. Hay estimates that it will^ yield 36 bushels to the acre. Be->! inp sown on new land which was fallowed last year there.is not a wild oat in the whole crop. A very old resident of the dis trict, in the person of Mr. Thom...

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LABOR'S BROKEN PLEDGES. An Inglorious Record. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

LABOR'S BROKEN PLEDGES. | An Inglorious Rcoord. Coercion.—Mr. M'Gowen prom ised last election that if lie was returned to power he would at nnce repeal the'Coercion Act. You kept your part of the bargain by voting for him, but he lias al lowed |8 months to (ro by before he icpealed the so-called Coercion Act. In the meantime lie put this Act in force against his fellow unionists at Lithgow. When he did repeal the Act he a I the same time restored half of it. Imprisonment of Strikers—Mr. M'Gowen said last election that no man should be imorisoned for striking to bet to- the conditions ill" the worker, yet the Arbitration Act of the Labor Government provides that an injunction should be granted against men aiding in a strike and dis obedience to the injunction in volves six months' 'imprisonment. Moreover, the man who deliber ately breaks an award is also liable to- six months' imprison ment. Leg Irons.—The Liberal Gov ernment were howled at because "leg-irons" were placed on Peter Bo...

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THE ELECTIONS. An Outsider's View. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

THE ELECTIONS. An Outsider's View. The Yariawonpa ".Mercury" •■writes :— ' " "It has happened that as re Raids the 'rural districts, tlic New..South Wales elections could not nave been fixed for a, better time, in ths interests of the Liber al Party. Organisers and other interested people, ' such as the farmers themselves, say that if the-Liberals had (Jane the thing themselves, the ■ election ' cam paign could not be more happily appointed. The1, cause of " the Liberal jubilation is that the campaign synchronises with the taking off of the crim. At such a time one hears nothing but yields per acre and rates of pay. It so happens that on this' occasion the crop'' value has become cmite- a secondary matter to the rates of pay for rural workers', for the leather-lunged organiser is now a busy man on the farm, and where ho can forment discontent .lie can be depended unon to tr". his hand. So that while the simDle people are expected to cast their votes on sworn evidence regard ing the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

PUDLIO NOTICES. 'Is only Exhibited toy those who Insist on Choicest Quality. Especially in regard to GROCERIES HND FOOD STUFFS. PEOPLE REALISE THAT HT Brown, Corke and Co s Supply Stores They Got Highest Quality Grooory Goods at Keenest ©ut Prices. For the warm season they have Opened-a , Splendid Assortment of , Cordials, Preserved and Dried . Fruits, Tinned Meats, Pish. Fresh Prime Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Butter and Eggs Always in Stock. XMAS TAILORING ORDERS. Only a few weeks to A'mas, therefore you should ©RDEIR your Xmas Suit NOW. We have the Selection of Pat« terns. Quality, Fit and Style a Specialty. Xmas Cards and Stationery Now Showing. BROWN OOfflCE &. CO Agents tor :—Daily aud Weekly Newspapers, National and Mercantile Fire Insurance Companies, and Florida Manures. IdCENSKD to ski.T, POSTAGK stamps. WATCHWORD! If your Watch wants Watching or has gone to slei'p, fonvaul it to the local depot to be Resurrected. Watch Repairing in nil Its Branches, Promptly and Sat* Ist...

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OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

OUR EDUCATION SY8TEM. We have received a copy uf a neat and instructive booklet en titled "Three years of Education," just issued by (lie Education De partment in this State. It con tains C.| pages, in which are given a full idea in letterpress and illustrations of the efforts being made by the department to en able the children of that .State to receive a first-class education without being solely .denendent upon monetary advantages to do so. The first • scries of illustra tions give an impress of the ad vance a child niav make from the lowest school in the country to (lie University. First I lien: is a provisional school established in a deserted miner's lmt, in order to sec if the school were likely to be permanent. Then, it passes to the little bush school, the one in a town, such as Tocumwal the new High School at Orange ^the first built in the Slate for that cspecial purpose), and then the .Sydney Universitv. A child at tending a little bush school may win a bursary, pass on t...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 November 1913

WOOL SALES. Dalgetys offered a choice catalogue on Monday last, includ ing several ^ elius from the far west* of Victoria ami districts near Melbourne, Riverina and Western Australia. Tasmania also was represented. There was a. large attendance of buyers and competition was exceedingly keen and general for good and superior wools, but ordinary jfaidty and invcrior tlescriptions are selling in buyers' favor. Dal getys secured i/Jd.-per pound lor Alex Philips' JP. from Har row, 16:/d. for Armvtage's Ful ham, from Balmoral, I5d. for Robertson's Kongbool from Bal moral and l<)|d. for comeback. Younghusband, Row and Co. Proprietary Ltd., continued their wool sales on Monday, when they brought forward a catalogue of 2482 hales, includinc private sales. The principal sales were as follows :—The too orice of the day was secured for a brieht at tractive soft handling wool branded MS/Roscband '(Mr. M. Storer), from Bianxhohix,", which realised t^ijd. for the suner. JL/Oakleigh Mr. ...

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