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Mr. Murphy Farewelled. SEND-OFF AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Mr. Murphy Farewelied. SEND-OFF AND PRESENTA TION. . The residents of Finley tendered . a scud-off (o Mr. M. J. Murphy in the -School of Alls on Tuesday; March 18, when there was a very large and representative gathering present to do honor to the departing townsman, Jvlr. Murphy has been president for about seventeen yeais, and quite -recently disposed of tin Terminus Hotel to Mr J. Iv. Cogh Ian._ . . Apologies were tendered for (he -.unavoidable absence of Messrs Frank Hoyle, M. Loonej', J. G. Wilson and :\. O. Sloneniaii. Mr. J. T, Close presided, ai.d after the usual loyal toast "The King," had been drauk Mr Langtry. proposed the health of the "Agii cultural and Commercial Interests,"" bracketing the two as being essen tial- to ; the welfare of each. Mr Robeit Pyle responded. The chairman proposed "The Guest of the livening/' and in do ing so said it was some 17 or 18 yeais since Mr Murphy came amongst them to make a start in " life ^I-Ie remembered .liis, cbmiiig. quite, well.....

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

£1000 ■ In Prizes £1000 WORK 01f AM' WORK OF ART Value} viRSr' | Value ,£500 j ORliAT 1-RI55U j ,£500 Or Twelve Months' Trip Round the World and jEioo in Cash for ONE PERSON, or Eight months for Two. Note.—The Committee, having paid full value for the work of art is-prepared to find a purchaser for same at the advertised amount if the. winner so desires, also for the secoud.and third prizes. Second : Value £100 Third £50. & 97 other prizes totalling £1,000. Eight Hours Great Art Union. 57tli Yciu'—OMost au«l Most Popular—07th Year Proceeds in Hid of the Hospitals and Public eiiarlties. J'riztvj will delivered to winners tfvou of a)) chnrgos Aliat of wimiini; mnulier:< will bo posted to any pordou ou twmlintf an aililrcsncd envelope to tliu representative, wilhslauip uuatllxeil, Jluy fro!)) your local njroJit on or before April, or&cnd Postal Nolo, P.O.O. or stanipa will) Exoliaii^'O added, dircct U> tlio repnwantat-ivo, 105 Fliudors Luna Melbourne, nton...

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

ADVERTISE In the 'CUARDIAN.' . One Dose Relieves.—"I am sub ject to very severe pains in the stomach," writesMr G. Oehlmann, storekeeper, Gooinbungee, Q. "and. always take Chamberlain's Colic and- Diarrhoea Remedy for same. : After one: dose the.pain disappeared: and. X have'never suffered any-ill-— effects from Its: use. " It gives me pleasure to recommend Chamber-' Iain|s Colic and Diarrhoea Rem rnedy. Sold by J. G. Wilson, To curnwal; Millar and Grover, Fiiifet; and all dealers in . mediciacs. Inhere is money in sewing ma-, chines—to the sellers, at least, ac cording . to Mr Frank Denison Brown, late manager of the Singer' Co., who, in Sydney last week, giving evidence in conuection with his application for a ceitificate of discharge of bankruptcy, stated that the actual cost, value of the ma chines sold at ,£14 011 terms would uot be over about £2 10s, and these machines were invoiced to Aus- . tralia at j£3 i Os each. The actual profits oil each machine to the New York office, ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Personal and Political. Dr. Denis, aftc-r a long; stay in Yarrawonga, has' decided to take a trip.lo France. " N Superintendent Sainsbtiry lias been appointed Chief Commissioner of. Police, iu succession to Mr. T. O'Callaghan. Messrs H. Vagg (Mt. Gwynue), I,. M'Donald (Mulwala)' and O Kuschert (Daysdale) have been ap pointed life governors of the Corowa hospital. ' Mr Justice Peddiugtou, who was • only appointed to tbe High Court Bench a few weeks ago, has re signed. The reason given is be cause of private considerations. Constable Russell, who has bedn stationed at Fiuley for the past two years, aud who has received notice of his transfer to Sydney, expects' to take his departure on -1st April. The: name of his successor .has not yet transpired. Mrs. A. Erskiue, wife of Cr. Erskine, -wlio recently"underwent a, serious operation at the Mooroop na Hospital is now almost com pletely recovered. She is expected home from the hospital, at the endi.'2'j of week. "■'••• Au engagement is an...

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

Saw It Advertised.—"I have been particularly susceptible to colds iu the htods and for years could get no relief," says Mrs M. li. Hauua, Mt Molley, Q. "Oueday I read an ad vertisement on Chamberlain's cough remedy in the pn per and decided to try it. It gave me immediate relief and cured my cold, and whenever I get the least sign of a cold now I take Chamberlain's Cough remedy with the result that I am cured immediately." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal ; Millar and Grover, Fisley ; and all dealers in medicines. TESTIFY TO THE GREAT NERVE AND BLOOD MEDICINE THE MEDICINE FOR THE SICK AND WEAK. FOR THOSE SEEKING STRENGTH AFTER SEVERE ILLNESS. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "// is some years since I first knew the value of Clements Tonic, and I wish to tell the great good it did my daughter; Early in January last year she iratf wider a severe operation for appendicitis. She teas ci^hl vjcelts in the hospital, and came home very ivcak and run down. I purchased several bottles of CLEMENTS TONIC and...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Tennis News. ANOTHER NEW CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 28 March 1913

Tennis News. ANOTHICR NKW Cr.Uls. A meeting was held" in the Con vent School room on Saturday last I for the purpose of forming a 'l euni. Club in connection with St. Peter'. Church. About 50 were present, Mr: D. Corcoran occupying the chair. On the motion of Mr, J. M'Con naughty, seconded by Mr R. Boive, it was resolved to form a club to be called "The St. Peter's Tennis Club." The election of officers resulted as follows President, Mr H. Malie'r : vice-piesidfiits, Messrs. P. Ouilk and D. Corcoran ; treasurer. Mr. W. Quirk ; secretary, Mr. Gray Haydon ; committee, (ladies), Mrs P. Quirk and Misses Tniner and Armstrong; (gentlemen), Rev. Father Bosson and Messrs J. M 'Con naughty, Reg. Turner and J. O'Connell. The matter of the situation and size of the courts was fully dis cussed, after which Mr P. Quirk moved, and J. Daniel seconded and it was carried, that a single court be made in the church grounds. The subscription fee was fixed at 5/- for gentlemen players and 2/6 for ladies...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

M'CULLOCH CARRYING COY. PROP'Y LTD. IN CONJUNCTION WITH WRIGHT HEATON AND CO. LIMITED. Forwarding & Commission Agenisi! CARRIERS and GENERAL MERCHANTS. Teams Running Regularly between Tocumwal and Finley. PRACTICAL Watch and Clock Maker, BERRIGAN OPPOSITE SHIRE HALL. Wedding Rings and .Keepers from 9s.. Gold Brooches from 5s 6d. Dress Rings from 15s. Watchesfrom '/.[ - " ' ' 14S. , -Gold >/ Bracelets, Gold and Silver /. Links and Stud9>> All kinds of Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery repaired. THE - j u Tocumwal Guarcuan j AND Riverma Echo."'' Published Every Friday, at Tocumwal, N.S.W. I* JOB PRINTING of Every Description done on Shortest Notice. ' Support Local Industry and j 'Give Your Orders for Stationery, . t to the Guardian Printing Works, j A. G. STONEMAN, Proprietor, j W. O'Oallaghw. j Sub-Artesian Well Borer. I5piGS to inform residents of Toc umwal and Finley districts tb at he Is prepared to -do any con tracts in the district. Alston's mills, tanks, pnrmps, ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

AUCTION SALES. OPENING STOeiC V SHLE. THURS.'APRIL 10, '13 (And thereafter as advertised.) IN J; DONKIN'S YARDS. HENRY TUCK Will Hold His Opening Stock Sale .. as above, .when be will yard 150 CATTLE 250 SHEEP Already-advised: — 30 steers, 12 to 18 months old 30 heifers, 12 to 18 months old 20 3 and Sl/i year old bullocks, in forward condition 10 springers, on second and.third calf, very good 6 springers, on second calf 20 bead young cattle 50 cattle, mixed kinds 600 6 & 8 tooth merino wethers, big frames and splendid,skins 60 fat merino wethers ; 'f, ' Sale Commences Fanctually at 2 p.m. Further Entries Invited. Good Buyers "Attending. HENRY TUCK," Tocumwal & Cobram. SPECIAL, jf HORSE SALE. COBRAM. TUESDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1913. HENRY TUCK In Conjunction With Adamson, Strettle and Co. Will hold a Special Horse Sale at his Cobram Yards, on above date, when there will be forward ,200 HORSES. A Large Attendance of Melbourne - and Export Buyers Assured. CO BF?AM ST©6K__SMJE...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

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Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. Affiliated with the Country Press Association. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. Affiliated with the Country Press Association, (Established 1897) FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1013. "EDITORIAL NOTES. There is always some valuable les son to be learned from a strike. In variably it 13 its futility as a weapon for industrial advantages to the unions. But this is not the lesson we can learn from it now, bccausc success has attended every recent strike. There never was' a time in N.S.W. when the elements of success ful strikes were more visible than just now, the recent gas and ferries strikes, and others earlier,- Jikc_ those of the (juarrymcn, the wharf labor ers, and the butchers. Each of these unions was working under an award of a wages board, and each disre garding: the award, struck for. better conditions. AJI gained their pur pose. This will stimulate other; unions to similar action which will ; probably culminate in 'kencral strike.. Many cbnditirms fayo^ such**' a development. There is, first of all the success of the strikes refer...

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AN ANCIENT BIRO. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

AN ANCIENtr 'BfBD. . .".."Mr.'Lemon's old galah» 'which Was over 40 years ol age, cairn* to a Sad ctid last week (rerordcd Coona bafabfan "Clarion*' rccentlv) when a Way mongrel dog- caught fum, and v.K'lt being carried off tb ,c old bird - txclaimcd ,, "George! George." When ■ rescued h« was f. |und to#be badly injured, and died shortly af terwards. Over 25 years, ago the an 1 cicnt bird was lost was eventu nUy. found in a cagQ ret -mother per son's house. The late Mr, Lemon, senr., sued the pers«n who refused , *o hand him orer th«:^?rd. Defend ♦ r"vt- h'S version off how he be * . - v * riVr "bird. "If hq - • "c." said cite complainant, ; '.•-•-•t:' »o him and: sse if he will i ' - rr vou." £7efer.ydant did so, but fj 'Vr'p.;Vy" wp.s as- d-.irab as the prover- I. iv*tcr. The- I\M. asked Lemon • o strike a yarn. ' Complainant saixir tt the gafah: "Hc$llo Cooky; where; have vcu bern?" 1 "Hello Gc9rge;; •vV.r« the h— have you been?" re plied the bird, and amid a roar off i laughter ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Local and General. Sight' Specialist's Visit. . As advertised , in another column, Mr. A. A. Abotomcy, F.S.O.I., eye sight specialist, will pay a ; profes sional visit ,to Tocumwal . shortly, when he may be consulted at Tatter salTs Hotel. It is a great conven ience to residents of the town and district to have a qualified refraction ist visit them regularly, and those \Vho feel the need for optica)" treat: nient will do well to avail themselves of the good opportunity thus presen ted. We understand that Mr. Abot omev's terms are moderate, and all his work is guaranteed. Stato Electoral Rolls. The police hnvc just completed the task of collecting the names for the State rolls. Through the courtesy of Sergeant Frascr we arc enabled ' to give readers the following particulars of the names dealt with by himself and staff:—Cprowa Electorate (To cumwal polling place), on roll 572; removed 11G; added 135; (Barooga polling place), on roll, j42; removed 18; added 23. Murray Electorate (Tupp...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Interesting Items. An old pioneer in the person of Mr. George Hamilton* died at Ben Bullcn recently at the ripe afire of 110 years. A member of the Ohio Legislature haa brought in a'bill to.fix the limits of decollete dresses at two inches be low the neck." The Chief Commissioner for Rail way* {Mr. T. R. Johnson) has given a complete denial to the report that he contemplated retiring; nor was he, ho.stated, an applicant for leave. The Mayor of Wilcannia refused to shout drinks for the aldermen to celebrate * his' eiection, but he an nounced his intention of buying a ' Tattersalls' ticket for each.. There is in Dubbo gaol at the pre sent time a prisoner with an unenvi able and unique record. He *is about . 85 years of ago, and up till last Christmas had never/ since he was. 12 years old, spent Christmas day out of "gaol. ' A little son of \Y. Butler, a butch er, of Wvalong, two years old, met his death in an extraordinary man nierr A hole for a fencing post be came half filled with w...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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District News. (Culled from Exchanges and other Sources.) BERRICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

District News. (Culled from Exchanges and other Sources.) BERRICAN. Up • to Wednesday morning the rainfall rccord al Kerrigan for the month of March had readied 384 points, a total .which li^s only been exceeded three times in the past 37 years,..the last ""occasion.being -i9067 when 517 points for the month were tabulated. Rain had fallen on twelve days out of the twenty-six in this month, ranging" in extent from six* to seventy points. An abundance of grass for the winter is now assur ed, as already an excellent growth is apparent, the country presenting a beautiful coat of gucen to the eye of the stockowner. Mr. \V. G. Henry, ledger-keeper al the local branch .of the Commercial Bank, has been transferred, a tele gram received on Thursday afternoon last directing him to report himself at the head office on the Tuesday fol lowing. As a bank official Mr. Hen ry was admired for his geniality and , courtesy, and was at all times most i obliging. He took a keen interest in | the Kerrig...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

IEURALGIC Hearty Driven lilad wm ana Bay, But CURED HER Neuralgia by Clements Tonic, cirnl it «ent from 411 Clarendon Street) South Melbourne,'&/6/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "For the benefit of those who suffer from Neuralgia I should like to loll them of my cure. u It is a few years back I had that complaint, and it lasted for the best ftart^jf five years. Many people said it had become chronic with me—that I would never get rid of it—and I g'*t to believe their opinion correct, for doclotsi' advice and prescriptions did not have the least cffcct. I used numerous other medicines and re medies, until I was despairing of ever getting better. This affected my t4ene1.il health. I bccamc thin hnd weak, and put year.? on to my appear- ■ ancc. One old lady who came into our .shop strongly*advised me to vise Clements Tonic, pnd it is just marvel lous how your Tonic cured me of Neuralgia and built up my health in general. I'rom ihe second bottle I was on the icud to iccovery. I kept o...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Mr. Esmond Cantlon, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cantlon, Yarro wevah, and late of Cobram, lias, been appointed to the charge of the. Yarro | weyah State school, and takes up his duties after the holidays. Since leaving" the Cobram school two years ago, where he wad an assistant teach- i er, Mr. Cantlon has made rapid strides in the service. Tenders for re-decking and other ; wise renovating" the jrtTiin bridge over : the Murray river at Cobram, also i similar work- at Dainton's bridge, -closed last 'l'hursday, but wc learn hat owin^.^ the holidays interven ing the ■ the successful ten derer ' vet" been disclosed. Both hvidg^v^V it is said, arc to be redecked and overhauled from end to end, and.the work is to bo-done so as not to hinder the traftic. The de partment has allotted a sum of ;£S0o for the job. A well-known and highly respected resident of Koanoomoo in the per son of Mr. E. J. Woodgate passed away on Easer Sunday at the Moo , roopna hospital, of which institution he had ...

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Only Small Capital Required. BETTER TERMS FOR FARMS THAN OFFERED BY GOVERNMENT CLOSER SETTLEMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Only Small Capital Re= quired. bhttur tkujis l'oit Faums than ow'liriil) ];y govkknmijnvcl.oskr Si!tti,kmknt Act. Whoever heard of country land I being sold on a 10 p.c, deposit ami no fin tlier payment of principal lur five years ? Messis, Hain ari'cl yea tight, of 12 I,oftm Stieet, Ssdney, announce tli.it they can i ffci s. m? uf the best wheat ami mixed film ing land i:i the State oti exception .illy easy te;nis : —10 p depo it, no fuitliur payments of princip.il lor five ytaiS, then 10 ]ic annually I'm tlirte years, balancecn fised !o„n foi further five years ; ii.terest 5J'i P c per annum. The land is siur„ted near the Railway in a populated centre, wlier.e there aie schools, churches, itores, flour-mills and most modem facilities of all kinds. A purchaser is not hampered by De partmental restrictive conditions, being free to dispose of his farm at any time and practically do as lie pleases. In addition to all these ad vantages it is confidently predicted by the agents that a c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Commonwealth ^|f| Sanh of Hustralfa Dranchonare open for tho transaction ol Gonoral Qanklnc Ouolnooa throughout Australia asunder:— . ' . Now South Waloo—Sydney and Canberra. Victoria—Jfclbourno. Quocnoland-rBrifiliJvuo an*i Xownsviilc, South Australia.—Adelaide. Wootorn Australia—I'ciih. Tacmrt'hla—Ifobart. And at Egypt House, 30-33 New llroad Street, London Cahlo rem(tlanec9 initio (c, and dr.\ftn drawn on foreign plagcj direct. Forefcrfi IWto ncpotfnted and collccted. Letters of Credit and Circular Nolei Ksui'd to any part of the world. Mils i ... forwarded for collection. Hanking and Exchange Bnsine.-^ of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and foreign countries. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AtfcrtclcQ arc open in practically all Po3t Offlcos which issue Money Ordera In tho Australian Commonwealth and Pr;pua« Withdrawals on demand may be cCfected for Bums up to JClOatany Offlcc within tho Commonwealth <]/ minimum ; ^Si.0/ Rate of Interest o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

-00011 PRINTING. If You Want iThls . Kiaid we are 'ffHE ' / ' PRIWTER'Sc Writo Us or Ring- Up 'Plioho No. 8. —-THE— Pioneer RIews* - paper ■ . . OF . , The District.

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Federal Election, 2,402,301 NAMES ON THE ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Federal Election^, 2,432,301 NAMES ON TIIE F101.L3. The number of electors on the Inderal rolls for the various Stales i i as follows:— New South Wales ... 9J9,0I1 Victoria ... 747,5'J8 Oueeusland 5)iJ,)6J iioutU Australia ... i J :.},<>? I West Aust a'ia ... I4ci, UJ Tasmania 1 u«J,5-7 Total ,'lJ2,.3()i The total uurnbcr uf u nues.oil the >■ 1 exceeds half the told p-.t.-n i ,i i:i of the Cotumonwealth l:i Vict'Mi.i th: ir.tinli.i i. mil i|> uf J0t,5W niaks and 3> ■' > it-in lies. The dl.-iiropoitiuii lu Hveen males and females is excee l mgly marked in .some of the mett j l>.-liiau divi»K'Uj.

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