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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
M'CULLOCH CARRYING COY. PROP'Y LTD. IN CONJUNCTION WITH WRIGHT HEATQft! AP CO. LIMITED. Forwarding & Commission Agents. CARRIERS and GENERAL MERCHANTS. Teams Running Regularly between Tocumwal and Flnley. PRACTICAI, Watch and Clock Maker, BERRIQAN OPPOSITE SHIRE HAU,. Wedding Rings and Keepers from 9s. Gold Brooches from 5s 6d. Dress Rings from 15s. Watchesfrom 14s. Gold Bracelets, Gold and Silver .I,inks and Studs. All kinds of Watches, Clocks,' and Jewellery repaired. 4t Tocumwal Guaroian AND Riverina Echo/' | Published Every Friday, at Tocumwal, N.S.W. THE b JOB PRINTING of Every Description. done on Shortest Notice. Support Local Industry and 'Give Your Orders for Stationery, | to the Goardian Printing Works. A, G. STONEMAN, Proprietor. W. O'Gallaghan. Sub-Artesian Well Borer. ~T>EGS to inform residents of Toe ixmwal and Finley districts that he Is prepared to do any con tracts in the district. t Alston's mills, tanks, pumps, piping and all fittings supplied. Estimate...
Strathmerton. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
Strathmerton. The weather is causing great anxiety among the pastoralists. some crops arc coming through the soil, but pot by any means satisfactorily, and many teams are idle waiting for the rain. Having experienced so many mis erable years, it makes one think —What will the harvest be ? It is a great pity Cr. A. Meikle joiin's.sensible sucerestion re the unsightly three chain road did not meet with the approval of the other councillors. Improve ment on the lines suggested by our councillor has frequently been before readers of the "Stan dard." The order is evidently too big. A Choral Society has been started locally, and judging' its members (who number nearly £o) it is going to stay. When it is known that .Mr Thompson, head teacher of the Mywee State school, is oreaniser and conduc tor, the public can look forward to some splendid concerts in the near future.
Postal Information. Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
Postal Information. Tocumwal Post Office. Arrival. | Sydney, Berrigau, Jerilderie, and Fiuley, daily at 12.30 p m. Tuppal and Pine Lodge, Tues days, Thursdays, Saturdays, 2 pm. Deniliquin, Tuesdays Fridays spm. " Barooga, Mulwala, Corowa, Tues days, Thursdays, Saturdays, 9 pm. | Office is open for the delivery of •mails on Saturday nights for half I an hour after arrival of coach, j; Melbourne, Numurkab, Cobraui, j Yarroweyah Shepparton daily 2p.m. Departurms. Barooga, Mulwala, Corowa, Mon days, Wednesdays, Fridays, gam, Sydney, Finley, Berrigau, Jeril derie, daily 2.30 p m. Denijiquin, Wednesdays, and Sat urdays, 6 a n». Tuppal and Pine Lodge, Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 6 a m. Yarroweyah, Cobram, Numurkab Shepparton and Melbourne, dally at 2.30 p m. W. WALSH, Post Master.
NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
HUMURKAH. At the meeting of the Numur kali Agricultural Society 011 Saturday afternoon, Mr. T, A. Morris (Yarrowcyah) was nomin ated for a scat on the Committee. The Victorian Scottish Union is offering prizes for essays by children of members of the Cale donian Societies throughout the State. The subject for the sen ior division (from 16 to 20 years) is "The life of Dr. David Living stone," and that for the juniors (up to iC years) "The life of Rob ert Burns." Essays must be de livered by the end of June, lintry .is'free, and full'particulars may be learnt 011 application at the office of the Chief (Mr. A. McUomiM) of (he Numurkali branch. . There was a large attendance of members at the meeting, held on Thursday evening last 35th inst., of the local Junior Recha bite Tent. The C, R, (Bro. G. Frampton) presided. One can didate (Miss Lcxie l'retty) whs initiated as a benefit member and heartily welcomed by the Superintendent J. Crozier. Ar rangements were made in connec tion with th...
Finley Post Office. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
Fiiiley Post Ofiice. Dkpartubus, Dally, for Sydney, Narandera, Jerilderie and . Berrigan, 7.30 a m, train leaves at 8. Daily, for Melbourne and Tocum •Aval, at 9.45 a m. For Deniliqnin, Mondays, Wed nesdays, and Fridays, at 7.30 pm, coach leaves at 8 p m. Jerilderie via Springfield, Tues days, Thursdays, Saturdays6.3opm. Arrivals from Sydney, Narandera, Jerilderie, and Berrigan, daily at 7.10 pin. Melbourne and Tocumwal, daily at 5 pm. Deniliquin Wednesdays Fridays, 12.30 am, Sundays 4 pm, Jerilderie, via Springfield, Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 8 30 0. m. F. M'DONOUGH, Post Master.
GENERAL SPORTING. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
GENERAL SPORTING. The Turf. A jockey named Waddups rdtle four winners at the Urana reces 'on Wednesday. The liorse in each instance belonged to the srme owner, Mr.. G. Power. The Australian joeky Frank Wootton, who had recently to undergo an operation for an af fection of the throat, is now con valescent, and has resumed rid ing Tlvo well-known New South Wales trotting -stallion Ribbon v/cod has been nominated for the Melbourne Trotting Club's Sires' ■Froducc Stakes, to bo run in July this year, but he has not been entered for similar events to be run in 1914 and 1915. Carbinier a son of Carbine, sired each of the five winners at the Hav Jockey Club's meeting on Tuesday last. Three of the suc ' cessful horses were owned by Mr. A. E. Tyson.- Carbinier used to be raced by Mr. S. Miller, the well-known sportsman. Mr. P. Whitty left Melbourne -on Tuesday last for Adelaide with the Caulficld Cup winner. Uncle Sam, Tisno and the Lintie. J. O' Brien sent over the Doncas ter Handicap winner...
CHURCH NOTICES. Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
CHURCH NOTICE?. Roman Catholic Cliurcb. Berrigan Parish—Mass will be celebrated as follows:— Saturday preceding 1st Sunday of mouth, Mt. Gwynne 11 a.m. First Sunday of month— Mulwala 11, Savemake 11, even ing devotions, Beriigau, 7.30. Second Sunday— Tocumwat 11, Berrigan 11, Bar ooga 9, Evening -Devotions at the two former phces, 7 30. Third Sunday— Tocumwal 11, livening Devotions 730; Savernake 11, Evening Devotions, Berrigan, 7.30, Fourth Sunday— Tocumwal 9, Berrigan 9, Ba rooga 11, Evening Devotions at the two former places 7 30. . Fifth Sunday, (when occurring) Tocumwal 11, Berrigan 11, Eve ning Devotions, 7 30. Late Mass altered from 11 a.m. to lb a.m. from November to May. \ K- J. FLEMING, P.P.
DENILIOUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
DENILIOUIN. Miss Starling took charge of the infant department at the Deniliquin Superior Public school on Monday. The new head mis tress comes from the famous Fort-street school, in Sydney. The appeal of Alfred Dearne Watson against his conviction for. having opium in his possession was heard before Mr. Justice Gibson on Wednesday last, when the appeal was dismissed with £8/8/- costs. Appellant was subjected to a severe examina ' lion by the Crown Prosecutor. He admitted a conviction in Mel bourne in the ye#F >9f9 for a similar offence.. stated lie obtained the opium from a Chin ese 011 the ship liastern. He was induced to go on board by ail Englishman, who at one time resided in this district. lie said pounds, lie knew when lie .got (Watson) could make a few pound. lie knew when he got the parcel that it was opium, and that was the reason lie |.ut it under his coat when leaving l i e wharf. His Honor, in disniiss'.r' the appeal, caustically remarked that he did not beieve a wor...
Pesbyterian (Berrigan Charge). First Sunday, [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
Pesbyterian (Berrigan Charge). First Sunday, 'MountGwynuc, 11 am.; Boom anoomana, 3pm.; Tocumwal, 7 30 p til. ; Roseneatb, nam, Saveruake, 3pm.; Berrigau, 7.30 p m. Second Sunday. Berrigau u, Fiuley 3 15 and 7.3O Pocks 3, Tocumwal 11 and 7 30. Third Sunday. Saveruake 11, Rosenealh 'J 45, Boomanoomana 3, Tocumwal and Berrigau 7 30. Fourth Sunday. Tocumwal 11 and 7.30, Rocks 3, Finley 3 15, Berrlgan 7 30. Fifth Sunday. Berrigau 11, Finley 7 30, Tocum wal 7.30. Rkv. S. Brown, R. H. W. Bagot, Assistant
COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
COBRAM. Mr. D. Fleming, of Cobram, lias-, been appointed manager of Messrs. Charles Ruwolt and Co'-, foundry at' Wangaratta. Ryan, of Dookic, who at one time played for Muckatah, is en rolled in Carlton's list of player: for this season, and the commit tee arc pleased with his form in practicc games. There was a splendid atten dance at the annual meeting of the Mukatah Football club, which was held at Mrs. Bradstreet's hotel on Saturday evenjng. Mr. T. Guthrie'was elected president for the ensuing season, .and the other officers were as follows :— Vice-presidents, Messrs.. L; Mpin nix, H. Mulcahy, I'. JParnclI, |£. Lcavcy, J. Ingles, T. O'Brien, J. Brac'strect ; delegates, Messrs. "I . I.cavey and \V. Murchison ; secretary, Mr. T. Salmon ; gate kiepir, Mr. M. Is.cnny. * It was dccidod not to join the Associa^ t:o:i if the proposal lo form a "line" one was carried, The date of the annual ball was fixed for Friday, May 16, in the Kata malitc Mechanic's Hall. Mr. M. Mulcahy was. electe...
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
JERILDERIE. Aji old man named William Baker, 60 years of age, was brought' in to the local hospital from Berrigan, suffering with an internal complaint, and died on Wednesday in the institution. A Meeting of the Jerilderie Women's Liberal League took place in the Town Hall on Wed nesday afternoon. The Presi dent, Mrs. R. Steele, presided. A deal of correspondence and other matters in connection with the forthcoming election were gone over and dealt with, after which the meeting terminated. Cur local rifle club was well represented at the recent prize meeting at Coolamundra, and although none of the "plums" fell to their lot, creditable perform-, ances were put up, and several individual successes were scored. A bold bid . was made to annex the Grand Challenge Shield, se cured by this club in 1910, but a few unfortunate collapses were fatal, and the coveted honor ul timately fell to the Albury rifle club. The want of rain is being sor ely felt in these parts now. Stock' generally are...
FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
FINLEY. At a public meeting on Mon day evening, tlie folowmg gentle men were clcclcd as trustees of llic Recreation reserve and Show g'ound :—Messrs. J. T. Close, J. W. Gutlnie, Hamilton, Mat thews, Fuller, M'Connack . Wells. The fanners hereabouts arc now busy preparing their fallow ed land aijd sowing the seed which they expect to }'icld them a prolU at the en;) of th.c year. The dry sncll lias been welcpfiief) Tor this operation, but those who wish to undertake "lowing are .anxiously looking for a good fall of rain. The matter of a town water is agitating the minds of a number of the townsmen. Tim proposal for an excavated tank on the public watering place with a windmill and storage tanks, is not received very fa vourably, and the opinion sccins to be that a scheme from the Murray river at either Tocumwal or Uarooga, when the water could be laid on to the various town properties with a sure sup ply is what is needed. It is probable that the people will.be given-., an opportunity...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Surprise Party. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Surprise Party. On Thursday evening of last week a large number of friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. Carrol, of "Langunyah," assembled at their homestead, the occasion being-a surprise party, originated by Mr. and Mrs. II. Maher and Mrs. C. Connor. About fifty people were picsont, including residents of rinlcv, Bcnigan. Langunyah, and Tocumwal, which testifies .to the high rcspcct and popularity in which Mr. and Mis. Carrol are held by residents of the district. Dancing was the chief enjoyment indulged in, intcrsuersed with songs, etc., which were nicely rendered by several of those present. About midnight re freshments were served, after which all joiiicd in singing "Auld Lang Sync," which terminated a function that proved most en joyable to everyone present. Tocumwal Agricultural Society. A very largely attended meet ing of the Tocumwal Agricultural and Pastoral Society was held at Casey's Hotel on Monday evening with Mr. J. D. Davies in the chair. Mr. F. Hoyle (Secret...
Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. The attempt which is being made to fix prices of wages and conditions of farm workers by the Rural Worker's Union needs very careful consideration at the hands of the men on the- soil and others who will be affected by it. The log of wages and conditions claimed by the Union is given in another part of to-day's "Guard ian," anclJjy it farmers will see that the officials of the Union are waging war against the man on the land with a vengeance. Considered in connection with Mr. Chanter's claim for the farm-: s vote in these districts the Rural Workers' Log is an eye-opener. Mr. Chanter supports a Party whose policy is professedly a class one. It is a nolicy framed by delegates from Political Labor Leagues and it is to these leagues, and these alone, that the Labor- candidate for Riverina is answerable/*; He is not answer able to the electors, although the latter arc asked to vote for him on t...
DISTRICT NEWS. (Culled from Exchanges and other Sources.) BERRICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
DISTRICT NEWS. (Culled from Exchanges and othor Sourccs.) BERRICAN. Mrs. Corcoran, who conducted the Berrigan hotel for a number of years, left on Thursday to take up her residence in Mel bourne, having leased the pro "crlv to Mr. II. A. Barnes, some "months a»o. At a meeting held after Mass ot Savernake on Sunday last, it was decided to hold the annual ball, as a means of liquidating ;he church debt 011 Wednesday. May 21. Mr. D. Dwycr was an pointed hon. secretary, and a stroig committee of ladies avid gentlemen was anoointed to &lt;:?.vry the function to a success ful issue. In connection witli the local limpirc bav celebrations to be held 011 May 23 a flag is to be saluted b>' the nupils and after wards sent to a school in South Africa, we believe, at Blocmfon ftein, in exchange for one to be teethed later from that school. This system of flag exchange is 011c that imbues the children witli the spirit of patriotism, and we arc glad that lb" opportunity extended to Berr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
ADVERTISE In tho 'GUARDIAN.' NOTHING TO EQUAL IT. "For tlie immediate relief and complete curc of influenza there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." writes Fanny Donliote, Marruwah, Tas. "It has relieved inc of this com plaint and I have recommended it to neighbors who have found it to cure coughs and colds in al most any form. One dose has a! ways given me relief and one bottle always aires my colds." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocuniwal, Miller and Grayer, Finley, and all dealers in medicines.
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 2 May 1913
Football. The annual meeting of the To cumwal Football Club was held at Staples' Hotel on Friday even ing last, when Mr. J. Hearn (re tiring ' President) occupied the chair, and there was a very large attendance. The minutes of the last meet ing were read by the secretary (Mr. J. McConnaughty), but there was no balance sheet, ow ing to some accounts not having been adjusted yet. The secre tary stated, however, that there would be a loss, roughly, of about £17 in the year's trans actions. On the motion of Messrs. Pat terson and Staples it was decid ed to form the club again for 1913 • The following officials were then elected :—Patrons, Messrs. F. B. S. Falkiner and J. Doyle ; President, Mr. H. H. Casey; vice-presidents, Messrs. F. Stap les, T. Boyle, j. Hearn, B. Wise and A. G. Stoneman ; secretary, Mr. J. McConnaughty ; treasur er, Mr. T. Lindsay ; committee, Messrs. J. Hearn, J. G. Wilson, W. Walker and G. Chubb. Mr. F. Staples took the chair at this stage of the meeting and lette...