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CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, December 21, 1913. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, December 21, 1913. CHURCH OF. ENGLAND St. Alban's Church Tocumwal," i'l a.iji. (Holy Communion. • Finlcy, 3 p.m. (Holy Commun ion.) Rev. J. Verso. St; Aiban s Church, Tocum wal at 7,30.p.m.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOCUMWAL POLICE COURT. Friday, December 12, 1913. (BEFORE MR. W. SCOTT. P.M.) —On Licensed Premises.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

TOGUMWAL POLIOS COim?.. Friday, Deccmbor 12,1813. (BEFORE MR. W. SCOTT. P.M.) —On Licensed Premises.— George Rooney w;is charged witli having entered the premises of Tatlersall's Hotel, Tocuinwal, on November- 5, while being a person against whom there was a prohibition order. Defendant nlcaded not guilty. Sergeant Byrne gave ewdenre that he had seen defendant walking through the hallway a|, tho'Iiold at 10,30 p.m. (ill the day mentioned. De fendant said he had gone to the hotel to see. a man. lie was under the influence of drink at the time, and told the Sergeant that he did not know he was doing any harm by being on the premises: Roonev's defencc svas that he had walked through the hall where seen by the Sergeant, but he did not have a drink thei;c nor had he asked for a drink at a ho tel since the order had been taken out against him some weeks ago. He had had a drink that evening at his own home where he had found some spirits, but did not know who had procured it. The case was ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

Public Notjcss. TGCUMWAL Registered with tlie A.J.C. ANNUAL MEETING: NEW YEAR'S DAY. THOW JMilRr 1,1914. H. H.^ASEY, President. W. HILL, Handicapgor. —PROGRAMME —Maiden Plate.— Of 5 sov's. For maiden two-year ■'olds. and upwards, w.f.a. Entry 4/. About 6 furlongs. —Tocumwal Handicap.— Of 15 sovs., second horse 2 sovs. out. of stake. Winner of any handicap after declaration of weights to carrv 7V) penalty," • . two or more handicaps 1 Otti. Nom., Of, acceptance, 4/. Aliout 8 furlongs. -Trot.-— Of (5 sovs. (£3/3/- the gift of John -Donkin Esq.), second horse I sov. out of stqke. 2 miles. Nom., 5/. -—Handicap "Trial Stakes.— Of 8 sovs., for. all horses that' have never won an advertised race exceeding £ 10.in valtre, at time of entry. Nom. 5/. About 6 furlongs. —President's Stake.— Of 10 sovs. (£5/$/- the gift of II. H. Casey £sq.), second ■ . horse 2 sovs. out of stake ; a .welter handicap. Professional and amateur "riders. Amateurs (approved of by the stewards) to be allowed to reduc...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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—Police versus: H. H. Casey.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

—Police versus:II.. II. Casey.— Sergeant Byrne proceeded against. Henry H- Casey, of Tat tcrsall's Hotel, on the ground that defendant had failed to keen his licensed premises free from offensive and unwholesome mat tcr. Defendant pleaded not euilly and Mr. J. ,B Beard appeared fur him. Sergeant Bj'rnc save ' evidence to the effect that lie had inspe cted the premises of. defendant on November in and 22 and on cach occasion saw in a small shed, or approach, near the la dies' lavatory things which h> considered unwhoresome. H saw some old iron bedstend: boxes, dead match-heads, barf and other thines., On th^ orr siou of the first visit th were lying about a"d v-itr- ,-s *.<■' defendant he would hnve tf - up pome new outh'",s,:5 ' he said would be done. second visit found t'"n<rs i" tV same state, and told d"fr- d- • he would have to summons b:"' Defendant oleaded t" be Vt ' ^ and lie would not nnrpl He add°d tliat h'. wn«M hnv.^ H work carried out at once To ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
—Police versus M. Kelly.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

—Police versus M. Kelly.— In tliis case Sergeant Byrne proceeded against Michael Kelly, of Tocumwal, on a charge, that defendant did, on the night of November 2y use indecent language in Browne-street, within hearing of persons who might bo passing along that street. Mr. Percy Meillon, of Jeril-;1 derie, appeared .for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Constable Hillton, being swore,' said he was in Deniliqiim-stret t on the evening mentioned in com pany with Constable Cowell, and from something they heard they w nt to defendant's residence in Browne-street. at about n o'clock. They knocked at the door and defendant came out. They spoke to him, and then went to Mansell's, place next door, where they saw Mrs. Kelly. They returned to Browne-street, and saw defendant come to his front window with a lantern, and make use of the following language:—"If the Sergeant comes here I'll knock his head in. Who sent these down to my house? I will bash their brains out as soon as they come to the...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS. Berrigan Experiments. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS. Berrigan Experiments. .Mr. H. C. Stening, inspector of agiicnlture called at this (Berri gan "Advocate") . on Wednesday morning and handed us; the. re sults of the'experiments conduct ed by the Department pn Mr.' J. Phipps'.. farm, and at the same, time expressed his entire satis faction therewith. The plots were an acre each in extent, and the seed was sown with 5olhs super.- All made excellent growth, and the crons were free of foreign matter, whilst the sample obtained from each variety was very good. In the following 5;ields, it is estimated that in addition from one to two bushels \vere shaken out by the winds on Hie ground Variety J Yandilla King ^ Marshall's No. 3 bus. lbs M 36 27 2 Federation 36 42 Bunyip 25 34 • In averaging 25 and 20 bushels respectively, the Bunyip and Fir bank-did remarkably well whien one remembers the very much broken condition' of the crops. All the above olots were sown on May 1. —Manure Test— A test was m?ide with the bene fit of...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

ANTHONY HORDERM & SONS' ?!EW PALACE EMPORIUM A3 WELL AS An Australian Store. A Flacc wf»ere Mother can buy every thing for her Chicks, am! Poaltry Farmers can get everything for their Chickens. A Store for Food and Clothing, for Fun and Frolic, foriScrious.Lines and Comic Items, for the Baby's Boots and the Old Man's Pants, for Cissy's Spring Hat, and . Johnny's Necktie. . A Shop where Fashion and Utility arc found in Splendor and Comfort, where Milliners are in "fighting form," and Tailor-made Clothes are in their smartest nuisc, where Boots and Fat Bacon, Tea, Toffee, Tobacco, and Tissue Paper abide; and where Everything wanted tocarry on the Business of Life is sold. i Anthony Hordern& Sons — Limited, ' ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, MJ3W PALACE EMPORIUM, BRICKFIELD HILL. SYDNEY. The Government Astronomjr says that the comet of 1000, recently re-discovered-by Ztnner, is still visible through a telescope. Its great interest lies in the fact ly pass very close to the ear...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

j CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. The following tenders for the conveyance of mails throughout these districts as from 1st Janu ary next have been accepted by the Postal Department:— Oaklands and Cocketgedong, via Well's, Monahan's, Innesvale and Nowratiie station, twice a week.—M. J. Barnes. Oaklands, for three, years, at £l 18 per annum. Corowa, Mulwala, Barooga and Tocumwal, three times a week.— T. F. M'Mahon, Corowa, for three years, £17-5 Tier annum. ! Berrigan, Narrow Plains, In ncsvaI > Oaklands and Daysdale, via Jcvilderie-road. Myall Plains Tate, Momalong, ^ Wangamong, li. C. Jones' and Ilanrnhan's, twice a week.—F. E. Fogarty, Corowa, £240 net-annum. Dsniliquiri and Finley, by direct road via Robinson's, three times a week; with a branch mail to and . from -Robinson's and Pin? Hills, twice a week.—James Rob inson. Deniliquin, £145 Per annum. At the Jerilderie Licensing Court last. week,''renewals ■ of billiard licenses were granted to Messrs. F. Staples,' F. Beasle/. T. Donkin, H....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PRISON REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

PIU80N REFORM. Tho ntntwncnt rwently mado by Mr U'Kcnna, the Homo Secretary, when flpenklug; at the Maglntrntc^' Club In London, ia probably open to come modification. The cable in brief, and undoubtedly the full text would alter {greatly the bchco o( the whole, but *thero 1b ttomo wlndom. In his closing remark that the "hardened deter* mined crlmlnnl raunt. pet a longer ran t«nce.M Criminology In admittedly, one of tho most eluoive and obneuro of ociencea. Environment and heredity exert no large an Influence on roan* kind, that it in difficult to tell wlrre the lino begins between con-clous, vlcioun wrong-doing, and outnl.le or Inftido preonure. Ncverthelcnn, the law-abiding citizen mimt be protects* mgalnnt hlu erring brother ; and then Iti porhapn, Home truth in I'.ie dnrje that latter-day breadth and tolT'tnr* in likely to degonurate into inoflecttm' Sentimentality. At. tho name time, tho bcncflclal. efTeet of the cowc^n tlono that modern cnllirhtenmrnt ' a provided for tlie pri...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PERTH BUSINESS SITE BOUGHT BY MELBOURNE FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

FERTH BUSINESS SITE rtOUGHl ttV HfPT.nntlllKK WlRM. B£r„ W. H. George, o( C.'corse nml George, Pty. Melbourne. has r<v I partly purchased from tho' Hope En t» the property "Boa Marche" In y Street, f»ertb. The freehold In 4J??Jee a two-storey building In th< IJ^art of the citjr, op land C6ft. hu I I^Oft. .Tbp price P&ld wail £22,000 (eqnal to SS03 per foot, onJ Is re ■ ^jard»J very satisfactory from th» j jurcTiBiier'H Standpoint, aa tho Oity, tr Pet&. in. Id.©. r»rjj flauxjjhtas t?ns«i --- * .

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PET PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

The pfft pit; of the fftublonnHe wo* Cgao long drawn to itsrlf th< vHteale of the populace, but what vill be Raid of the pet pis ? Xa Sydney lately, a well-dress*^ lady wafted alon* Cofftlerwh-fr+rwt tpodhig a. pet pijcfc to which was at * pink ribbon which af 8i ebalo* The pl(f wau uddrepp^d a« "Fico" awl appeared to feci hit po etKiofl keenly. Out of every three psruon struck by llgbtning two recover.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. PHOTOGRAPHY AS A JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. PER' NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE!. PHOTOGRAPftY AS A JUDGE. Intcrcr-tinj», experiments were madi at the Maisons LafHto races in the photography of finishes which has been practised for some time past in Belgium by what is known' as the Sips system'. The system is very sim ple. Exactly one yard from the win ning post" line a thin green wire is Btrctobcd across the coursc at the heieht of a horse's shoulder. The first horse touching the wire breaks it, thus relying on aroma tic interrupter acting on the shutter of pn instantaneous photographic mi"h*ne placed in the judge's Vot in n *lnm with fh? winning-pot line. Th's n n absolutely • ■ im*\" o' tfcr burses as tlrv* 'h rosf. Th's was the first time the pit pertma\t h-d be n mads in Frrvnc*, . although it had often been advoca ted, sinco two years ago \ when the horse Laveno, in Belgium, who was placed second by the judge, was pro'^d. photographically, to hve rim a d^id hrat, and was eventually awarded half the staVs. It is ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PARLIAMENTARIANS' MORTALITY RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

parliamentarians* mortality . rate. Death among Commonwealth legis lators has been so tragically freiucnt lately, that a pcrccn^aqo of mortality itnonenfc, Psrliamcntarlana would tic tnteresyo'teJjr. Buicfc recently gath ered thaofigiirea for Now Zealand, anj Btatca that though the mortality-rat* Tor tbe/'V-'buio of the Dominion wuj !).9 ti thc'iiinnd, that of Parllaraeota Hans- was 15. n thousand. In Ibe earlier ages dancing vss u'l kb a caw for elciatat..

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HINTS TO NEWS-ROOM [?] [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

HINTS TO NBWS-nOOM TTn«va In n eonntrv nowg«room thi follow. iDg notlcc ia wrlttfln o^er the chtnv ney : "Gentlemen learning to snell are requested to use yesterday.'a paper."

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"AUSTRALAI'S COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

"AUSTHAWA'B COMMEUCIAL THAVKLtjKH." The otMce of Hi«rh CommlRn*onrr of Australia iH one which ealla for vrrv ipccial dualities and attributes. In representing a new country like nnrn, Lho portion in something like th°t of i mifHloner who preaches n n««»— *nd frequently unwplco'no—doctrino. To make hid pennons nala+ablo. «ir Ueori'e Held has drawn wi^nHnMv on all his hut)T>H of tact. nnt.rl^Un-v fcnthuHinKm. nnd unfailing po*** hu mour. In n conn^rv U''c Wn"1a«d " oo easv nmttcr to awaken tho indM in*cre«tn of the people: nnd nmM-t travellers, far and n^nr. t*>* tnle which th* H'rrli Comnil«;Mm»»r hM *o tell., mMit easily liavo been ntale and unprofitable Uulike most entbu«inKts. Hir G^or^e Reid has never lost tho view of Aus tralia'* rightful pronation In rela» (Iod to England ; and tho'igh he In an ardent Australian from too to to«?, to him, Enulnnd is KnMnml still, and na such, Is a nevcr-fuillnc notirco of Interest to an KugliHh audienca. Hv employing his own r^ady iivmnath...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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NO KEY FOR TIMMINS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

NO KEY TOR TIMMINS. "The other night," remarked Mr. Timmins, defereatially,, after he bad waited two hours for an opening, "Brown was golag hwno when ho wob 6hot at by a pootpad." "Well," Bald Mrs. Tiramins, sternly "would you eipect him to be shot by a policeman or a clergyman 7" "No, my. dear," Bald Timmins; •'but he'd have been killed if the bul let hadn't struck a latch-key in bis vest pocket." '■ "Indeed 1" said Mrs. Timmins. "I happen to know that he la insured for £l,fl#0, and if he ba<ln't bad that, key bis wife would be a rich woman to-day. If you're hunting for a lat<b ekoy, Timmins, you'll bave to give rae a better reason than that. Now, I'm going to bed, eo if,.you want to read you'll bave to sit by the kitcbco tire ; but don't you dare to light th? gus 1" Then, with a sigh, lie resumed llitf article he hud been reading : "'How to Manage a Wife." II the following method tor clean ing and renewing dirty wallpaper wad followed every spring less paperh...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

IE3T£aiE9TI&0 ITfZttS. Trlsontra 10 th# Montgomery City Jail, Chicago, art Bow permitted to CO out and flub oil da?. A mall uteamer villi a opted ot fifteen hnotn baa to cam £6,000 a month to clcar expeones. One ot from seventeen to eighteen knots has to earn .C10,000 a month, and one'of twenty knots £15,000 n. month. The llnst milestone out of tho City of " I.ondoii on the Great Kmtern' Itoad to Colchester In to be found In th# tnproom of n beerhouse In the Whitechnpel Itoad. Probably the house was buflt over the Htonc. A very, strange sight Is a white negrejsa at present In flerlln with a troupe of black warrior's. Her child and her sisters are black, us well r.n nil others of tho family, and, like a freak ot Nature, the woman in quite white, skin an well na hair. The head of (lie Paris Morgue In responsible for tho statement—and it is vouched for by th) late chief of the Purls police—that, five times ivlthln bin experience (lead boillen brought to the morgue were found to...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DEFENCE SYSTEM ENDANGERED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

DEFENCE BY8TKM KNDANGTSTII3D. The efficacy of the rccommcn'lation made bj the conference of militia of ficers to Henator Millcn, the Miniate? of Dtfeqce, is extremely doubtful. It Is propouod that one "national pe riod" nhould be annually devoted to the traltiing of AuHtrnlia't? citlzcn soldiern., The prcoent method* have to a great extent, hindered nrvd "in terrupted business hubitu ; but em ployers, with commendable patriot ism, have reco-miHcd the n<jrenqit.T nf a citiMfc* armv, and have wilMod? suffered the inconvenience nriMlni* from tha absence of their employes at pe riodical — though Hbort/—timcu for traioififf npnrposets. It is now proposed to merg* these stray dayti into a tunc period ot ootne weeks ; and it i« claimed tha* by 80 doing, the trninlnR received would -to more comnlete, and that *b* confftruettre ideas of the ofllccrti civ* ing infonpatioa would gttin immflnsn ly. when not delivered piece-mral. Whether th« de«ired result vo'ld «Mue is. ,9peo to doub...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTES. THE PRICE OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

4 SMOTES. —.Q TUB PRIOB OP PEACE. The coot of adequntely prepnrlni j for war hrui cow reached aucU Rircan tic . proportion that It neen)u pro table that the deolred peace nmoo? the^nationo munt ncc«j?nrlly be re atioed, if only from motiven of «co Oociy. 8lr George Reld voiced thli opinion, when he epiErammutlcalh Gahl that the "nnttonn wro iipcnlin. #o much on preparing for war, that thej would not he able to uflord th real Article." Thoufji reached by an entirely dif ferent route, the proiheitird goal co incides with that indlcntrd by W:\fih Inpton, whrn he naM, "To be pre pared for war in one of the xans* »'f fcctunl mcarni of prenervin* re*cc.M Since the American patriots tim% th« expenditure nud tnainten,v,«oe of an army bne increnued a hundrcdfVd, atxl the crudc fact in tlint natiomi already burdened with the cost ol | equipping and maintaining a modern army ami navy, will And thcmnclve* quite unable to meet the extra drain I upoft the finances whicli the norvlceoi j their com...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Mulwala. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 19 December 1913

Mulwala. , 'Hi-: I >11 blic school licit! ■a con ccil and prize distribution'on the. 12th iiisl'. A good programme was arranged, and the "kiddies" gi\en ;i fine time. On Thursday the ^Church of luigland Sundav school held a conccrt in aid -nf its prize fund The hall- was troweled, and the various items were loudlv ap plauded. The manner in which the children oerformcd reflects the highest credit cm Mrs. Oak ley,- the supeiiiitendent, and her assistants. Miss Lena' Roy of ficiated at the uiano. while the Rev. Ward Thomas acted as chairman. The weather was extremely hot during tlr. nasi week. The ther mometer registering 05 on Tues day last and i)j nit Wednesday. The atmosphere at present is overladen with inanv things be sides humidity. The rural work ers are in open conflict with the farmers. The carters were ad dressed at' the l'o.s' Office Hotel last (-veiling bv the organiser. Tr.nible is looming in the distance and matters nnpear to be far from a settlement.

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