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

Katamatlto. The suit of clothes raffled in connection with the Floral Fair was won by ticket 305, held by Mr. Martin Long. Mr. C. Loof had a startling experience on Saturday. During a thunderstorm a tree close to the house was struck by light ning and splintered. Part of the tree struck the side of the house, and pieces were hurled througli the door. Mr. Loof had been working about this spot, and had only left the place a couple of minutes before. A farewell social was tendered to the Rev. Mr. Edwards on Tuesday 2qth ult. in the Me chanic's Hafi. Mr. Jas.-Hughes Dresided, and Messrs. A. Bar ber, W. Kilgour and C. Clayton spoke of their regret at losing Mr. Edwards, and wished him every success ih his new home. Rev. Mr. Edwards feelingly re sponded, and said that the work he was going to was the class of work that appealed to him, there being a lot of mission and slum work. Songs and recita tions and other items were ren dered by Misses Barber, Lean, Lucas, Tyes, C, Devenish, Messrs....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELOPING VICAR AND HIS £300. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

ELOPING VIOAR AND IIIS £300. Tho invcHtitfftiionH into tho dramatic ditmppearnnco of tho Urn*. Albert Knight, Vicar of (Jlirint Church, Huns lot, havo now boon taken out of tho bauds of private individuate by tho polico, iu»»l it. te from thorn that tho uoxt announcement in expected. Thoy aro making a'elono investigation to hoo if thoro aro any grounds on which a criminal charge may bo brought, against Mr. Knight—a proceeding which will oithor confirm or dispose of rumours in. circulation. _ Up to tho present, it is understood, nothing has boon discovered that could serve as tho IuihIb of a definite charge, but tho police aro wisely -wishing to arrive at a conclusion which Khali bo j fair and .just to all concerned. I

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Strathmerton. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

Strathmcrton. At the annual meeting of St. Aidan's church the following offi cers were appointed Church warden, Mrr F. A. Patterson (secretary). Vestry-men, Mes srs. H. Walker (treasurer), Car mosin, Cummins and - Weatherill'. Auditor, Mr. H. Caiman.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

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

Yalca. The farmers luive been busy for the past two mouths prepar ing the land and -petting in the crops. The weather was all that could have been desired, fine and calm and there lias been good headway made with the cropp ing. The weather for the past two weeks was bad for grass and some of the farmers were anxious about the grain in >;-jsc it would rot in the land, as there had only been 22 points of rain for the month of April. But with 100 points for the past few days it will brighten up the pros pects of the district, as there should be nice grass for sheen and- cattle in a few weeks. There was a muster of stock in the Yielima and Barm ah cpmmon and they looked wejj. There were about C\op cattle removed by the owner's.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

COBRAM. .At the annual meeting of the Cobranv Football Club the fol lowing office bearers were elect ed :—President, Mr. E. Suding ; vice-presidents—Messrs. J. Car den, P. A. Conway and B. Weiss ; Patrons,—Messrs. Dr. Kennedy J.P., H. Tuck J.P., W. Ii. Curtis J.P., J. Grant J.P., W. Tuck, J. S. Wilson, J. Dunleavy, F. Ross, W. Stewart, H. Ander son, T. Harris, J. Dick, J., F. Anderson, J. H. Johnson, A. Fimister, A. Gilmour, G. Ma'r tyn, A. Darby, C. R. Hewson. T. Menliennitt and J. Blyth ; gen eral committee—Messrs. M. Harris, W. Shadforth, J. Grant junr., R. Buncle, P. A. Conway, E. Cantlon, F. Ross', match committee—Messrs. L. Grant, G. Grant, W. Shadforth, R. Buncle and F. Bolton; secre tary, Mr7 C. Trappo'd; treasur er, Mr. J. McAhster ; uniform committee—Messrs, J, Dunstan and R. Pocknee. Cr. Wadeson occupied the chair and the bal ance sheet showed a defficit of £8/13/5. Last year the club played 18 matches, of which 9 were won, and four lost. At the annual meeting of the Cobr...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. (Culled from Exchanges and other Sources.) BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

DISTRICT NEWS. (Cullotl from Exchanges and otlior Sources.) BERRICAN. Senator Millen, one of the leading orators of the Common wealth, is billed to speak here on Monday evening next—May 13. He speaks at Denilquin on Tues day evening. Reports of his meetings in other centres of the Riverina electorate are to the ef fect that he has had large atten dances. It is thought that a good deal of damage will comc to many of the crops in the district as a re sult of the phcnominal rainfall' which occurred last week. There was over three inches at Berrigan, but a couple of miles up the line it is estimated that 10 inches fell on Thursday night as a result of a waterspout. : The gauge measured over 7 inches and then overflowed. Tn one or two cases, pigs were j drowned in the stys, sheep I drowned and it is reported that several head of large stock also | lost their lives. The water flooded the railway line and pre vented the trains crossing for several days. . Passengers had to be transshipped ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

JERILDERIE. Senior Constable Fletcher, the officer sent in charge of the po lice here, arrived by train on Tuesday afternoon. At a meeting of the Jerilderie town band last week, Mr. M'Vit tie, who has been acting as in structor, was made an honorar ium.of £5. in appreciation of his services, and was appointed to the position of bandmaster at a salary of £6 per auarter. The funds were stated to be about £8 on the right side. A meeting of the trustees of the Jerilderie Temporary Com mon was held 011 Monday even ing last. Present—Messrs. Firth (chair), Steel, Thorburn, McRae and Clark. The Herds man's report was as follows :— The number of cattle depastur ing on the common are 108. Horses in enclosed paddock, 1J ; on open common, 8. One was removed during the month. Common fees received during the month were £10/2/6. Since my last report, the green shoot iias died away, and rain is wanted very badly. Although the grajS is getting scarce, the • stock are all looking well. The stock pas ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

HNLEY. Mr. J. T. Close has just com pleted the buildine of a very strong and serviceable lorry for a patroi} pi) ail irrigation farm at Yanko. It js- to |.)c used for carting the ppoduce. Mr, h. Tupner, a fopmer rep resentative of the auctioneering firm of Campbell and Co., and who has been under medical treatment in Melbourne, is now progressing favorably, but it will be some time before a cpm plete recovery is effected, Messrs. Wm. Skelly and Co. held their opening stock sale here on Saturday week, when they submitted a good yarding to a fair attendance of buyers. Mr. James O'Connell has been appointed the firm's representa tive at~Fin|ey. On Thursday evening of last week Mr. Maher, who was re turning to Tocumwal, was thrown from his horse about two inile§ fpoiT) Finley. No bones were broken, but Mf. Alajjer was badly bruised. He was found lying on the roadway by Messrs. Finn and Druitt, who brought him to Finley, On Thursday last whilst Messrs. J. Lungtry and D. O'Grady were brea...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CHEAPENING THE COST OF PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

i CHEAPENING THE COST OP PRODUCTION. Speaking at a recent conference of. dairy farmers at Auckland, New Zea-. land, Mr Kinsella. the Government Dairy Expert, urged the farmers to study the question of the cheaper production of milk. The only way, he said; to produce, oheaper was by better breeding, better, feeding, and by "weeding put unprofitable^ cows. There was, he told, them, no; country better suited for dairying' than; the Auckland province, and he believed' that with the proper preparation of en silage, dairy farmers could milk all the. year round In Auckland. If winter dairy-' lng was carried on in Canada, where the, cows were housed Ave months in the' year, it could surely be carried on In, Auckland province, which could grow Indian corn, and suoh excellent fodder.; Later, Mr Kinsella enlarged upon the. importance 4o the trade of a continuous, supply, which would enable New Zealand' butter to keep the market all the year; round. In North America cheese was. produced for six...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

FOR THE SV1AN ON THE LAND. - XfcoM Note* are Unroed every week, under the person*! euperrlal^a of the Hob. J. L. Trefl*, Minister Cf Affrtcaltcre, and are busd malnljr on the experiment! of (he Department.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No. 105. IRRIGATION. DIFFERING QUANTITIES OF WATER. Effects on the Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

IRRIGATION. DIFFERING- QUANTITIES OF WATEE," Effocta on tho Crops. Dealing last-week with tho results of ' experiments at the TJtali Agricultural College (U.S.A.), wo quoted figures which went to show that tho incrcaso of irrigation' water per aero does not correspondingly incrcaso tho yield of dry matter—:in other words that thore is in connection with every crop a point at which tho addition of water becomes unprofitable. Tho particular concern of tho irrigation farmer is to find what „ id that point under his particular con ditions, and (at the risk of repetition) it is important to tako into considera tion tho amount of the natural rainfall. Readers of last wcok'B notes will have observed the number of eases in which the best results were obtained from ap plications of water that, with the natural rainfall, mado up twenty inches or thereabouts. Spread the Water Out. ■ By way of putting the results in another way the bulletin under review points out that when 30 ficre-inchcs of -...

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

PUBLIC NQTlCES. The Greatest Show of AUTUMN and WINTER fGOODS .'' Vet' Displayed : in TOJUMWAL Has just Been Opened Up and We Want You to CALL and INSfliC f THEM, And You Will See That We Give the VERY BEST VALUE Throughout. Our Large Emporium. Blankets, Flannels, Flannelettes* Eider O© At Bedrock Prices. Dressings and Trimmings in Every Shade and Desigin. GENT'S Oil, SKINS AND CHESTER COATS Just iu Time for the Gold Spell. Call and In spect our Winter Foot Wear. Gent's Watertight^ in Best Makes and Quality. * * * *. OUR TAILOR-MADE READY - TO - WEAR" SUITS are JUST THE THING for those who cannot afford the more expensive measure Suits. For Particulars about our SUITS TO MEASURE see our Souveniers and see that you get one—They ire beautifully designed. :: :: :: • :: JU&SSSS I We Have Made Special. Provision for You in a Lovely Assortment of Neck Wear in .Pretty De signs. A Splendid Range of READY TO WEAR HATS, Also Latest Shapes in Felts and Velvets with Trimmings to Match. ...

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THE GREATEST POLAR DISASTER. HOW SIT JOHN FRANKLIN AND HIS PARTY PERISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

THE GREATEST POLAR DISA8TER. HOW Silt JOHN FHANKIilN AND IIIS 1'AUTV l'EIJlSIIBD. Though tho Antartie regions liavo boon tlio scene, during tho lust century and a hall', ol* innumerable expoilitioiiu by explorers of many nationalities, undertaken in ovory ciri;um»tiincc of pri vation ami peril, these enterprises have been singularly free from disaster at tondod by loss of life. This may bo said of both polar regions, ami the melancholy fato of tho Franklin expo dition nearly seventy yearn ago has remained, till now, in all that long period uh tho moat tragic event in tho history of polar voyages of discovery. With it will bo coupled uio dramatic and distressing story of tho disaster to tho British Antarctic Kxpedition. In 1815 Sir John Franklin was ap pointed to tho command of an expedi tion for tho discovery of tho North west Passage. Tho expedition, consisting of tho iirobiu; and Terror, with KM chosen ofllcera and men, Bailed from Green hitho on 19th May, 18-15, and was last seen...

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LIBERAL PARTY'S CONSTITUTION. The Constitution. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

LIBERAL PARTY'S CONSTITU TION, Th". Cons;titul ion. Maintenance of the Federal spirit of the Commonwealth Con stitution, as laid clown by its fvamevs, in opposition to the ten dency towards unification shown by the labor, party. '.•Opposition io tho l.r.bor Party's proposal fcr the amendment of I'lO. Constitute:) -r.t th: app'rbach' d'.Wii by tin constitution. : . •-Pi<iscvvation cf tin rights, cf - the Staves 10 t-v ■ afiairs "v.-.tnin t'.io. bounds laid ■ d.vvn by. th? constitution. (.o..ti*.. i xf cot.lanes and-.-mono ■i): li .'i f.:r ■ iho r;r t :cvicn of tue .•>>:b!:.e,.bvt v.'i'.I'.ov.t .undue , inter, fsi-.-nco v.'i'.h privr.Mv enterprise. ' . Fiscal Pcucy. ■ '• Appointment "of a .permanent Tarilt Bjard of a ncn-i;ol; ' ture to 'supervise and < report to Parliament concerning industrial production and', commercial ex1 change, the operation -.of ■ the tariff and its effect upon the in vestment of capital, and the em ployment of labor, arid to make r...

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AUSTRALIA'S EMBRYONIC NAVY. IV. ADVANTAGES OF SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

AUSTRALIA'S EMBRYONIC mm. IV. ATWANTAfllOfl OP SERVICE. Tho Commonwealth navy now com prises ono protected cruiser, throe tor podo boat doairoyora, three gunboats, and two torpedo boats. Tho arrival of tho battle cruiser Australia, tho pro tected cruisora Sydney and Melbourne, and. tho two submarines in Australian waters mark tho completion of tho first stago in tho development of tho Commonwealth's naval policy. The ships oiubody in their construction and equipment all that skill and experience could suggest, but it is from tho human olomont that they will dorivo thoir valuo an combatant factors from a naval defence point of viow. Men ana boys wishing to obtain in formation about joining tho Royal Aus tralian Navy should apply to tho dis trict or sub-diotrict naval oflicors, or to tho nenrest*1 military area oflicor, who will provide applicants with the forms which they are roquirod to fill up, {jiving exact directions as to tho tuodo ot joiu ing. Before incurring any exponso oil a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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LABOR'S PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

LABOR'S PLATFORM. .1. Constitutional reform. (a) Abolition of the Legislative ...... Council, and the < substitution ■' . therefor of the initiative'and referendum., (b) Abolition of the office of , State Governor.-_ . (c) Full .citizen lights for vvo ■ men. ;.v. ' 2. Effective land settlement. ^ . (a) Cessation of Crown land : sales. . . * (b) A proper system of closer; .settlement. ' (c) Water conservation and ir rigation. ': J" ' (d) State bank: . ' (e)'Taxation of land values. Nationalisation of health. ' - '(a) Free and. decentralised, medical and surgical nurs ing services. " (b) State maintenance ;of hos • pitals. (c) bpcciat carc or maternity and protection of child life. (d)'-superyision of unhealthy or dangerous occupations. 4. Equitable industrial laws. (a) Regualt'on of hours of La bor. (b) A minimum wage for adult and juvenile labor. (c) Amendment of Workers' • Compensation Act. y Complete educational facilit ies. . (a) Free education—secondary, technical and...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSIC FOR CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

MUSIC FOE CRIMINALS. Soft music and prayer will bo usod in tho Danville (Kentucky) Police Court to break down stubborn wills of prison ers. A piano lias boon placod in tho Polico Court-room, and it is planned to liavo soft music played while tho ac cused aro testifying, and a dirgo wbon sentence ia pronounced. For persistent , offenders thorb will bo no mercy. • Tho sehedulo-makors proposo to annihilate them with tho ".Dead March"* from "Saul," or some Slavonic death-wail. This method of procoduro, it is said, will provo offoctivo with tho most fero cious criminals.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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FOR WOMAN'S EYE! [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 9 May 1913

By Bluo Blid. Our illustration suggests a now and protty stylo that could bo carried out effectively iu oitlior cloth or sorgo, with collar, bolt, and cuffs' of satin or volvot of a contrasting color. tfor. many years thoro oxistod ■arfiong designers a theory that the 'stout •woman must wear tho plainest of clothes, and tho accepted choico was a somi-tailored type, which, becauso of tho closeness of its fit and tho sovority of its lines, really accentuated a woman's gencTous proportions. For tunately for such womon and for the causo of beauty in clothos this theory is now exploded, with tho,result that stout women aro apparently no differ ently gowned than tlioir slimmer sis ters. I Bay-' 'apparently" for hero is thb correct gowning for stout women. Thero must not bo a too obvious ap pearance of tho offort to malco them look;slender. Stout womon can bo as \yoll dressed as slendor women, with a charm equally as pleasing, though tho result can only bo obtainod by con scientious effort...

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

Irto—tennl#, swimming, etc Pupils attend the Ohuroh of agUnd, but may attend any other Church the Parents dselr*. | Illustrated Prospectus posted on application to the Principal* Bbv.O.T.TO&BOUTT.D.A. ' ALL-IN-THE INTEREST* OF— —SVIORE WATER I It la en eld saying " Ton never caleo the crater till the troll rune dry." Ukewlsathosnan en tl*o land cover ; ntaeeat&o water till there eoneo adreught. ReBrovor.weoaneoulp yeur heldlnu eo that yeu may take full advantage of the Datura). Cnter Supply, whlah lo uaualty adequate when tho rlijht methede •f utilisation are adopted. Danh'o fctydroullo Rarno. One or moie of thno will raise water that hu aa? RAttnal {ell to plecq where -job -wet it, &t a! □oct bo eipeaee after inrfaDatioa. Writa for Fros Boo&let. Danbo' windmills an noted fox excellence cad eficieacyatlowcost. They , are nil acting and <oli get enuag. Boias ball-bearing, thay rua la tho lighted windt. DanKo' Centrifugal Pucspo Are the most ...

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