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Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913. 1 ——| EDITORIAL NOTES. > IX is interesting to note the fran tic efforts Mr. Chanter is making to induce the electors to believe that he will see that the £5000 exemption' on the Land Tax will not be reduced, in the event of the Fisher Government being re turned to power on the 31st instant. Mr. Chanter has even gone to the lengths of writing to a Mr. Curlin at Jerilderie, pledging his opposition to any reduction of the exemption and also saying th .t he Has Mr. Fisher's assurance, as well as that of the Party, that the ex emption will not be reduced one farthing. Mr. Chanter assures Mr. Curtin that the Labor Party have 110 intention of interfering with the bona-fide farmer, but on the other hand will. render him all the assistance'possible. This all sounds very nice, but to the man on the land it will seem like an assurance from his stableman that the price, of wool and wheat next year wi'l not fall belo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, 11TH MAY. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, ] ITh MAY. PRESBYTERIAN. Mr. R. II. \V. Bagot will hold scrvicc at;— Tocumwal, n a.m. Finley, 3 and 7.30 p.m. The Rev Samuel Brown will preach at Berrigan, n a.m. The Rock, 3 p.nY. Tocumwal, 7.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Song Service. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL.. I Song Service. The Tocumwal. Fellowship: As sociation intends holding another service of song (with Alexan der's Hymns) in .the Presbyterian' Church on Sunday week, the i'8th,'° at 7,30 p.m. A cordial in vitation it extended to A Lighting Schema. . At the Berrigan Shire meeting on Monday last, a Mr. Mathers, representing James Bartram and Sons, Melbourne, laid a scheme before the Council to supply lighting power to Tocumwal, Berrigan and Finley by means if their Booty-Lofthouse system of air gas. The scheme would provide for about 25 street lights each in Tocumwal and Berrigan and 10 at Finley, and to supply light to private consumers at a maximum rate of 0/(5 per 1,000 fe6t, or its equivalent. The scheme was referred to the To cumwal Councillors for consider ation and report to the next meeting of the Shire on June 9. Presbyterian Church, The adjourned congregational meeting of the Tocumwal Pres byterian Church was held on ^Monday last, when there was a good at...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WREATH AND VEIL. JAMES—KNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

WREATH AND VEIL. JAMES—KNIGHT. A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the Baptist cljurfli, Paisley-Street, Footscray, ' pft Saturday, April 26, when (he Rev. Robertson united in t|)fi holy bonds of matrimony, Kfinir uel Charles Wesley Jfijp'cs; sp(> ond son of'Mrs. p.ri4 the |;ife {flr, Tames, of Malvern, to Miss iX Knight, second daughter of MrS, and the late Mr. Knight, of Too rak. After the ceremony, the ~ party proceeded to the Federal Hall, where they were received -by-some hundred and twenty quests. When the sumptuous breakfast was partaken of, and - the usual toasts honored, the. happy couple drove to Flinders street, where they left, amidst showers of confetti and good wishes for Croydon, where the honeymoon was spent. Mr. and Mrs. James returned to To cumwal 011 Tuesday-last. Attention is directed to tjie im portant sale of hordes'to be con ducted by Messrs. M^Namarq. and Co and Campbell ahel' Sq'rifi, in conjunction' at Nuijiuj-kah oji Tuesday May 20, 'wj|en a gooij a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADVERTISE in the 'GUARDIAN.' [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

ADVERTISE In tJlO 'GUARDIAN.' Fyr children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure, 1/6. It is announced that Messrs. Dunstan and Sons, proprietors of the Urana "Independent" and Lockhart "Leader," have acquir ■ cd the business of the Wagga Wagga "Express." Publication will be resumed this week. Mr. Ollivcr, a Government Veterinary Surgeon, visited To cumwal on Wednesday, and in spected a number of stallions belonging to horseowners in this district. An inspection is to be made at Finley on some date to be fixed next 'month Attention is directed to an ad vertisement appearing in the "Guardian" to-day from Mr. Al ston, of Melbourne, the maker of the famous Alston windmill. ■The firm's troubling fop farm and station use is also well and favorably known. The maternity allowance pay ments to date amount to £3°°i ooo, being considerably in :>d vance of the estimates. The lo tal claims made were 61,180, of which 5o,i6g were granted, 452 rejected, and 1553 are s*'" under...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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VITAL STATISTICS OF NEW SOUTH WALES FOR THE YEAR 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

' VITAL ^ STATISTICS > OF NEW SOUTH WALES FOR THE YEAR' 1912. The estimated .population of Now South . Wales as i at tlie 31st December, 1012, ■was 1,778,076. The Increase during the year was 80,220, . the highest ever re corded In! the history of the State, of •which 33,107 were due to tlie excess of : births over' deaths, and' 47,110 to the • excess of-immigration over emigration. The immigration figures are eminently ■ satisfactory. The relatlvo Increase was 4-72. per cent., while the mean popu lation for the year was 1*738,000. :>■ Regarding marriages,. the number solemnised in 1012 was 10,004, corrcs spondlng to a rate of 0-58 per 1,000 o£ : the population. This is considerably higher than--the decennial rate, and Is -the highest since 1850. In the metro polls tbe rate' was'13-20, and In the : 'remainder of the State 7-28 per 1,000 i of population. : | ;The proportion'of males married who ; weremnder 21 years of age ivas 4-C1 per cent.; and of females 22-41 per tfent | In...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

£ommonwealtb:g||j|| BanU of Bustualta Branchoaarc open for the transaction of Qonoral Danking Duainosa throughout Australia m mulcr New tiouth Waloo—Sydney and Canberra. Victoria—Melbourne, Quconnland—llrlsbane anq Townsvillc, Sotfth Auotralla—Adelaide. Wootorn Australia—Perth. Taomania-Hobart. Anil at KgyptJlouse, 3G-?S New Hroad Street, London Cahlc remlttancea mado to, and draft* drawn on foreign place9 direct. . Foreign JJllls negotiated and eollcclcd. Letters of'Credit and Circular Nolcs issued to tiny part of the world. Hills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Hanking mid Exchange tiiuincss of every description transacted within tbt Commonwealth, United Kingdom and foreign coutitrlw. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Aftoncloo arc open in practically ail Post Offlcoo which issue Money Orders in tho Australian Commomvoalth&nd Papua. Withdrawals on demand may be effected foreumsup to£10atnny OfTlcc within the Commonwealth a I Minimum K&l0/ Rate of Interest on f?>» ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

■sGOOl PRINTING. «* 15' You Want This Kind we are. 1 HE . P-RINTERS." ' Write Us or Ring Up 'Phono : No. 0. —Tim— Pioneer Mews= paper . . OF . . The Distract.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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RULE FOR MEASURING TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

RULE FOR MEASURING TANKS. Add together the tup ;nl-;i and lliu bottom area lordlier willi four times the middle area;;, divide the result by 0, and multiply by the Miplli. If the measurements are in fut divide by 27, and Ihe result will then be the size of Ihe exca vation in cubic yards. Top ... 60 x HI) -bSUI)...lup area Bottom 'JO x -0 IdO...bottom area •10 x 50 x 'I tSOOO...middle urea 13,200 13,200 divided by 6—2,200 .',200 x It) (deplli)"22,uoo cubic feet J.1,000 divided by 27 —a, 1 I—area of lank iu cubic yards. if you want lo find size before sinking you can obtain the length and breath of what the bottom will bo on completion. Thus : This li.nk lias the lup measurements Coft. by soft. ; depth, iuft. ; slopes on three sides, 2 to I, and on one s:ile (the roadway) •! lo 1 ; in ihe bieadth, 2 to 1 fur llfl.—2uft, llns on either side—toft. This sub Halted from 6Ufl. lejvi'j in breath at the bottom. In the leuyli on one side, - to 1 slopes x lu— Jul'l. ; and ou the lemaininy side...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Tim Commonwealth Mectoral Act, lyn, amends the lonuer Acts m several respects, ami places certain' restrictions ami ouligatioiis on the public ami the press of Australia. J'lic Country 1'icss Associations of Australia lust no time iu putting their views Ijeiore the Government, and in asking that the restrictions slioukl be removed in the public interest, but tliey met wan an unsympathetic reply. IJie Act renders it obligatory on every newspaper proprietor to ftifiush.a return . ol the elec toral matter iiiserteipTi his paper, m respect to" winch payment is made, the space occupied, the sum paid, and (lie names of the organisations or persons author ising the insertion. (.Sec. 17211). livery trades union, organisa tion, league, association, or body of persons which has, and every person who has, in connection with any election, .incurred any expense in printing or issuing electoral advertisements or no tices or procured the insertion m any newspaper of any matter i...

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CHAPTER XXX. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

CHAPTER XXX. "I'm overwhelmed with oonfusion, -pray I bolioveroe, sir. Oh! mo dour Brianna, what I shall I do P I thought 'twos Miokoy. --I | mistook this gentleman for mo own dear boy." ; -. "Pruy don't distress yournelf. I bco it iv&s-ar mistake,"- eald Clive, regarding this fascinating vision with undisguised atruizo tnent. '"Let me-introduco you," paid Brianna, hurriedly; "Mr. Clivo, this, is Lady Skib bareen; you know—tho ' mother - of' Miokoy •Oroom." • "Yes, the mother of Mickey. It hr~ such a sweet and homely sound," murmured tho lady.' plaintively. ' Tho' wronged"1 and in jured mother of a long-ldst eon. Tho heroine of a tragedy und tho wifo of a. villain. Excuse tlieso pernonalities, but I boliovo I am, addressing u friend of tho family." "Certainly," said Clive. "I have the pleasure of knowing your eon , 'indeed, if I ; mistake not, I was tbo firet powou who I enlightened him on tho poiut of his legal cx j peetutions." I '"What a blessing: in'diBgulso you must I h...

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PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. A DAUGHTER OF THE PEOPLE, COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER XXIX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

"PUBLISHED BY 8PE0IAL - ARRANGEMENT. DAUGHTER . ^AtUhoroP'Tho Sinnoi*,H ''Kitty tho Raff," "Pbgtho Rake,"' 11A Woman in'Ifci" fHA'Hiiftbanrt of No Importanoo,*' "Mastor-Wilboriorco," "Darbyand :"'Joati|" Sinless •<Jflorottn "Tho Mnn in PoMoaaioni" "Two J3ad BlUo Eyes," &o., &o. . • COPYRIGHT. ' . CHAPTER'1 XXIX.—[Continued.) Brianna was eilont. Sho had thrown aside -* her letters ;!"uone of them woro of any im portance, find :6ho '• looked 'now across* the in^rvening spaco to whoro that eager face wufl renting on'ita frilled and snowy pillows. ' 11 Yos,' that? istruo, * eho said. "But ^(Air linos-nroidifforent. Andl had such'a 'ohnnco, 'Notpno girl'in a thousand gots tho opportunity I > did'that night'at Cork. Of 'conrso;-everything "must have a 'beginniug, {but then thero—aro different kinds of begin- i >tiings. Luokhnalwfriondcd rrio from that | »,Jnomof^t.,, I "YeV fiAid'Phil.' " Luok meaning Mickey I tand Ka&more'-Glivo.' Briunnr.. I' won...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. THE WAHTH OF BABY LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

IKE LADIES' COLUMN. t> r« ' NURSERY NOTES. T1IIJ WAHTH 01' UAIIY MV1S3. filr John Oornt (*ayn au ttngllnh paper) flftld the other day that nothinr. inoro urgently de manded attontlon thau tho prencnt frightfu. r.iten of Inlant mortality. "IIIrIi hi nil big rttlcH," ho mild, "(ho rata for London won About ton ttmen nn nre;»l •* the average Tor all agen of the whole country. "The modern tuinltary provlnloun of our townn," lie added, "had certainly lowored tho general de;ith-roto, hut Infant mortality ohuwrd n tendency to Increase." Sir John Ih hy no meiwin tho flrnt penum to onluudvort ntrotutly upon tho terrlblo wanto of baby life In Great Ilrltnlo. It bun rouned the wo'idor and grief and Indignation of hun dreds*, hut tho Mayor of Huddcnifleld wad tho flrtit to {'0:110 forward with ft novel offer Unit bad for Itn object tho ntommlng of tho stream of Uttlo Hvcn running out to "The dark, unknown tea That rolln round nil the world." 11 hi offer rmnlndn nno of tho nnwnpnper com petlt...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

COMMERCIAL. William Skelly and Go. .desire . to draw special attention to . their important stock sale at Finley to-morrow, (Saturday, ioth) and to the fact that the • sale will be held in the trucking' . yards and will commence punc tually at 12.30. MELBOURNE, Tluirsday. '-'*t Wheat.—Quotations are 3/9J to 3/10., and a moderate business has been done at 3/gi ex store, . for small farmers' lots in the country range down to about 3/8! basis. At auction yester day 2,670 bags wheat were off ered, of • which 798 bags were sold, including 47 bags at 3/0J 271 bags medium at 3/7 to 3/8, and 408 bags at 3/5 to 3/6 and 72 bags inferior at 2/9J. " : Bran and Pollard.—Afair bus- : iness has again been done at £$ delivered. Barley.—Good English malt ing is quoted'at about 3/9, Cape . malting is quoted at 2/9 to-3/, while feed is offering at about 2/6. - , I Oats.—Good Algerian are quoted at 2/3 to 2/3I, choice' I samples being worth 2/4. Busi ; hess includes 2,000 bags at 2/3A to 2/4. Feed are ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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LEFT TO HIS SAD FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

bini't to rots sad fate. A French general's wife, whose, tongue lashing ability waa far-famed, demanded that on old servant, who had served with her husband in the warn, bo diHinis.scd. " Jacques," Haiti the {jenoral, " pa to your room and puck your trnnk and leave —dejmrt." The old Frenchman clasped his hands to his heart with dramatic joy. M Me—1 can go !" I.c cxdaimed in a vcrv coatncy of KraUtwfc. Then swN denly his manner chanced. as with utmost companion he udded, "Hut ,vou—uiy j.oor general, you must May I"

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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GENERAL SPORTING. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

GENERAL SPORTING. Football. On Saturday last, the Tocurii- ■ wal Juniors journeyed to Finley to engage in a friendly game of football with the locals and were defeated by the home team by / points. The game was excit ing and strenuous throughout. Tocumwal having a lead of a goal at half-time, but in . the third quarter they failed to score while Finley added two goals. • The final scores were :—Finley, 3 goals 2 behinds : Tocumwal, 2 goals i behind. A return match is to be played on the To cumwal ground on- Saturday week—May 17. Coursing. The programme of the Tocum wal Coursing Club's first meet, to be held on Wednesday" of next week, will be found in our>1. ad vertising columns. Owners .of dogs should, send iivi.their ljpfriin ations without delav to thq sec retary—Mr. Gray Haydon.. - The National Coursing Club has decided that an "Open" Waterloo Cup be run annually, and applications are being invit? ed from clubs willing to allow the use of their conveniences for its running. J...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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A JAPANESE HAMLET. SLIGHTLY TRANSPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

A JAPANESE HAMLET. SLIGHTLY TRANSPOSED. ' In Bussia, it is stated, Shukespearo has always been loved and upprecl ' ated—a fact of which the educated llussians aro rather proud, though they are deeply attached to their own ^national drama. It is, perhaps, not without a touch of conscious ".supe riority" that a Russian woman. Mine. M. Danilovsky, contributes to the Il lustrated supplement of the St. Pet ersburg *Novoc' Vreinyn" a semi-hu morous but accurately descriptive ar ticle on "The Production of Shakes pou.ro in Japan." The Japanese st-age has been' paying some attention of Iato years to European plays. Du inas's Oils) CumiUe has been repeat edly performed. Now Shakespeuro has been attempted, and the first of his plays thus introduced to the .Japa nese was Hamlet. ''Toor Yorick!" exclaims Mme. Danilevsky, and goes on to givo the following account oT the adaptation:—"Everything about the atmosphere of the play is changed. Nothing is preserved except the baro skeleton of the plot....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CARE OF DAIRY UTENSILS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

CAItE OF DAIRY UTENSILS. This is the subject of Bulletin No. 131 Issued by the Kansas Experiment Sta tion, U.S.A. The authors axe profes : flors O. Erf and C. W. Mellck. In view of the fact that the farm separator has; come to stay, it Is only wise that pro ducers should turn their attention to the: Improvement of farm-separator cream. The fundamental thing in successful butter^maJcIng- fS good cream, and to produce a high quality of cream the dairy utensils must bo kept clean. The following is a summary of the bulletin:— "A cream separator should bo thoroughly washed every time after us ing. A brush should be used on every part and piece, using 5 per cent. solu-b tion of borax or other .good washing powder. Rinse In hot wztfer, or steam,-.if! possible. They shoUld'then be left to dry while hot. Wiping with an ordin ary clean cloth contaminates utensils with Innumerable bacteria. 1 "The bacterial contamination In milk is increased from three to five times by running it through a sep...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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BRITISH CAVALRY MACHINE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

BRITISH CAVALRY MACHINE GUN. The oflieial announcement litis boon in^do by tho Secretary of Stato for AVar that, after full consideration and ox huuativo trial, tho row Vickers ride calibre automatic guu has bocu adopted for the uao of tho cavalry in the Brit; ish Army. Thi« decision is monb satis factory from every point of viow, says "Engineering," us all other typoB of puu wero earcfuly considered, and it is hoped that the work of equipping tlio t:cops will be expoditoll as aoon ns pos sible. Alrealy a largo number of guns have ben ordered, and more will bo hooii put in hand. Tho weight of tho pres sent British service automatic rifle calibre gun is (JO lb.; that of tho Her man Army, <101b.; and that of the Aus trian, 38.0 lb. Thia latest Viekera auto watiu ri/lo-caJibro gun is only JJ7 lb. This reductio'i ia the moro important, aa it has been achieved in association with greater eflleioncy in cooling appliances. The cooling-water jacket allows the water to go right ba...

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DEEP SEA CABLES. HOW THEY ARM REPAIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

i DEEP SEA GABLES. , IIOW TJUSV A1IM JtlOPAlHKL). An interfiling amount of tho repair j of tho 700-mile cable connecting Ham ilton, Bermuda, with Halifax, Nova ! fcJcotia, appears in tho " New York ' World/' . f Tho moment (hu operator at Halifax j found that tho key on tho Bermuda ' cable did not respond to liifi touch ho • reported tho fact to his superior in tho Hulifax ollicp. Orders tlow bank and forthj telephone bolls rang, messengers ; scurried in ami out of tho ollit'o, arid in ' a few hours tho MucUay-Uounott J repair steamer wan on its way to Ber muda. Tho iMaeluiy-Uennott in tho steamer | which picked up :u)0 bodies of persons ' who diod in tho Titanic disaster. Tho operators at .Halifax and Hamil ton had locked ttin break. It was about six miles from tho Hamilton end of tho cable. Thin thoy calculated with uonsi tivu instruments used to record tho "resistance." Tho writer wan in Hanillton when tho Mnckay-liennett steamed into tho ^ harbour, and through tho courtesy of j ...

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