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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Presbyterian Ghurch. A meeting of the Board ol management of the Presbyter ian Church was tielcj, last Mon day;. when it was' decided to procure a set of account books from the church offices to enable accounts being kept according to the church offices .system. The tender of Mr. McSwccney was accepted for the erection, of a stable to consist of three stalls, chaff house and buggy shed. It was decided to record a minute of Miss Kidd's services and make Jier a oresentation from the committee. Barooga Water Trust; A meeting of the Barooga Water Trust was held at Berri gan on Saturday, when "the question of the taking over of the works was discussed. It was decided not to take over the works in their present incom plete. statCj and further, that a deputation wait' on the Minister for Works at an early date an'd lay the whole matter before him. A further report, will ap pear in the next issue of the "Guardian." Amateur Dramatic Club. iln order to provide amuse ment fo...
Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
Tocumwal Guardian AND BIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. SPEAKING at Hay some days ago Mr. Chanter, the Labor Socialist nominee for the Fed eral electorate of Riverina, gave his audience some of his usual abuse of the press, not even for getting the Tocumwal "Guard ian." At every meeting Mr. Chanter addresses he wails loudly about those in opposition to him in politics making mis statements. At the meeting re ferred to he said than an issue of a paper he held in his hand (the "Guardian") contained a number of political misstate ments: He said further that he believed the paper belonged to his opponent (Mr. Falkiner), meaning iherelSy that Mr. Fal kiner owned the • "Guardian/' Now this is a deliberate mis statement for the Labor candid ate to make, and he knows it is' a misstatement, because it has. before to-day been published in these columns that Mr. Falkiner neither owns, nor.is lie'financi ally or in- any "other way inter ested in the Tocumw...
TOCUMWAL BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
TOCUMWAL BAND. _ -A -committee meeting of the Tocuniwal and District Brass Band, was held in the Me.chan iic's Institute on .Wednesday .evening last, Mr. Crawford be ing voted to the chair and the minutes of. the previous meeting* read and- coulirined. In con nection' with oaying Mr. Pearce (Ihe bandmaster) for,the ; five .wcaks that he was absent-dur ing his son's illnes,s. it was felt that under the circumstances it would only be fair to pay. at least for a portion" of the five weeks, and it was unanimously decided to allow Mr. Pearce for three weeks. A letter was received from the Berrigan Empire Day Pic nic Committee in reference to an. engagement on the 23 rd instant but the secretary replied that it would- be impossible to accede to the request, and his action was endorsed. After several accounts had been passed for payment, the meeting termin ated. Immediately after the above a meeting of the dance commit tee was held to which the ladies were invited, Mrs. C. Connor was voted...
The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
The Rainfall. The following table shews In points the rainfall as recorded officially at the I,ocal Post Office O &lt;1 8 o*0 (»MO*&vHwcnH2os vo ^ K3 CnM OJtCtOOi-iOOMOt 00 OJ O OCfi M 00 01 00vo00C/iCnCn©~-Ja*O\OlO\ j\ 00 cc OJ Qt ~ cn tn Csi W A M -• Q\Co Cn H^voCn OvOtn Cn4» -fk Cn O M (TiH 00 h O^O CO h.h Ol W « 4* *»4 W C/t VO *0 . ~ Co CT\CO MSIO O Cn -4 H\OMsOO\ 00-^ 00 VO ^k, Q\ «0 N OlC^sl M MVO Cn Cn Cn N VO VO Mjk CmO\h IH w M M IH W .£* 1-4 M O 0\ Q\ 0\U\ O V3 M N «s| M C?\ ON M CO M o Cn »to to &lt;01 tv ja to to 00 >-Joovo-^cnc\©©©~j o H- CP Co 00 to ■ to Q\ -4 QDVO >-» 4* w m M to Q\ ►— -«l © C\W Cn KJ m to 4*»
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
M'CULLQCH 0ARRY16 COY. PROP'Y LTD. IN CONJUNCTION WITH WRIGHT HEATOH AND GO. LIMITED. Forwarding & Commission Agents. CARRIERS and OENERAL MERCHANTS. Teams Running Regularly between Tocumwal and Flnley. HO® PRACTICAL 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 Links and Studs. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery repaired. THE " Tocumwal Guaraian AND Riverlna Echo*" Published Every Friday, at Tocumwal, N.S.W. JOB PRINTING of Every Description ' done on Shortest Notice. Support Local Industry and 'Give Your Orders for Stationery, to the Guardian Printing Works. &lt;r A. G. STONEMAN, Proprietor. W. O'Cdlaghan. Sub-Artesian Wall Borer. TTJEGS to inform residents of Toe umwal and Finley districts that he Is prepared to do any con tracts In the district. Alston's mills, tanks, pumps, piping and all fittings supplied. . E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
(Under New Management.) GEORGE DALTOi JHOS to advise bib Mends and the Travelling Public that he has taken possession of the above well known Hotel, which has always enjoyed ,ie reputation of being the Commercial House in Finley, also one •I the best conducted In the district, and he trusts by strict attention to :uslness to merit the continued patronage which has always been -ccorded the . All Wines, Ales, Spirits and Cigars are the finest procurable. hooray Stables. Attentive Groom Coaches for Jerilderie, Tocumwal, id Deiiiliquin call each 'lay. GKORGE DAI/TON, Proprietor. THE TOCUMWAL HOTEL. FRANK STAPLES, Proprietor. THE best brands of Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Cigars kept. Sample Room. Unlimited Stabling. Cab meets all trains. Coaches leave here for Finley, Berrigan, Barooga, Corowa & Jerilderie Only First Class Brands "of Wines and Spirits stocked. . leanliness, Civility and Attention guaranteed. HARRY . H. CASEY, Proprietor. Opposite Railway Station. THE Leading House...
ACROSS THE SEAS. Cream of the Cables. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
ACROSS THE SEAS. Cream of the. Cables. : LONDON, Wednesday. It is estimated that tlic total amount of damage wrought last week by the militant suffra gettes was ±'50,000. A disastrous wreck has occur red on the • coast of Java. A coastal steamer' struck' a reef and sank. She carried 70 souls of whom 23 were drowned. A serious outbreak of-swine; fever has taken placc at >Leith,&lt; in Scotland. On Friday, 400 pigs ujere destroyed to prevent the spread of the disease. 'Reciprocal schoolboys' visits arc being carried out between London and/Paris. -Eighty., pu pils of the-London County Coun cil schools have gone to Paris, and many French boys are now in London. Tire Premier (Cavalier Gio litti) is favorably disposed to wards the gradual grants of votes to women. lie has taken, this attitude iii. consequence of the recent enfranchisement of 8,500,000 males. • A dispute that threatens to be come serious has arisen be tween the Great Northern Rail way Company and its employes. T...
NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
NUMUdKAH. On Saturday the Numurkah State school boys travelled to Nathalia to play a return match with*the school boys. The ex citing game ended hi a draw, the scores being 6.5 each. I'or Numurkah, J. Bov/den, J. Sy monds, G. Bigncll and S. Sellcck played splendidly. Mr. £j. Wjlliams, of Numur kah, oi] Friday met with a very nasty accident. He was start ing the engine of his father's motor car when it "back-fired," and the result was that Mr. Will iams' arm was broken just above the wrist. The iiijnry was attended tp, and the suffer er is progressing satisfactorily. Mr. G. Jones', a resident of Nuniurkah, was alighting from a B'.B on Tuesday evening of last week, when lie slipped.' On at tempting to rise, he could nyt do so, and his companions assisted hi,11 into the vehicle, when was brought into town for med ical. attention. An examination showed that the leg was broken just below the knee, and that the two bones in the ankle were also badly fractured. The sulf ercr was taken to t...
DISTRICT NEWS. (Culled from Exchanges and other Sources.) BERRICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
DI8TRICT NEWS. (Cullotl from Exchanges and otlior Sourccs.) BERRICAN, We hear that in several places the Barooga water channel 'broke away, and that Mr. II, Y-. Brown had some of his ncwiy crected wire netting' fence wash ed clean away by the rush of the water. Mr. 1L. J. Gorman's imported mare, which lie has appropriate ly "named Nangunia Oueen, won the maiden plate and third divis ion handicap at the Benalla ra&lt;;~•; last week. Mr. Gorman bought Nangunia Oueen and .another mare named Inky Way," when' on a visit to England. She was bred in Scotland by Mr. J. Robson Scott, who is related to Dr. W. H; Lang,-of Corowa. As a yearling, shc^ took first prize in the hunters' class at a show in Scotland. Nangunia Oueen is by Gold (son of Sterl ing) from Wallaba Oueen, by Wallaby.
LABOR'S PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
LABOR'S PLATFORM. i. 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 rights for wo men. 2. Effective land settlement. (a) Cessation • of Crown land sales. .(b) A proper system of closcr settlement* (c) Water conservation and ir rigation. (d) State bank. (e) Taxation of land values. J. Nationalisation of health. (a) Free and decentralised medical and . surgical nprs ing services. (b) State maintenance of hos pitals^ (c) Special care of maternity and protection of child life, . (d) supervision of unhealthy or dangerous occupations. 4. Equitable industrial laws. (a) Regualtion of hours of La bor. (b) A minimum wage for adult and juvenile labor. (c) Amendment of Workers' Compensation Act. 5. Complete educational facilit ies. (a) Free education—secondary, technical and university. (b) Free school material. 5, State iron foundry. The establishme...
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
.IER1LDER1E. On Tuesday week Stock In spector J. A. T. Rochfott, left here for Melbourne to undergo an operation for gall stones, which complaint he has been a sufferer from for some time. Me underwent the operation suc cessfully. Since last week there has been a splendid break, register ing in all 1S8 points. The falls were 92 011 Thursday, 68 on Friday, and 28 on Tuesday. The weather, although the days are sunny, is on the whole cold, especially during the nights. The Minister for Public Works (Mr. A. Griffith)- intends visiting jerilderie on June 18, when he will inspect the route of the pro posed Deniliquin ralway. The visit was to have been made last month, but strike troubles inter vening it was postponed. . At an adjourned meeting of the Jerilderie quarterly licensing Court, the application of renew al of Patrick Joseph- Boyle, licensee of the Barooga hotel, was granted. The assessed value of the premises was fixed at £135. and the license fee, under section 22, was fixed at ...
FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
FINLEY. A meeting of the central com mittee of the Presbyterian charge of Berrigan. was held on Tuesday afternoon at Finlcy. The delegates present were Messrs. "Pylc and Baxter, (Ber rigan) ; W. and -K. • McAlister (Finley) ; and Lang and Peace (Tocumwal). Satisfactory re ports -were received from t all parts of the charge. It was re solved to start an equipment fund for the upkeep of the Min ister's convcyaoce. Berrig-aii and Tocumwal are to be-asked to contribute each, and Fin ley £3, while the other preach ing stations are to make the sum reach £20. Reports from the various preaching stations indicate that before making a .final choice as regards a settled^ minister they would like to hear further- candidates. A reso lution'was passed to that effect to be forwarded to the Interim Moderator.
Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
Deniliquln. Superintendent J. Kenny left Deniliquin for Sydney on Sun day. His succcssor at Denili quin is Superintendent Trench ard, who arrived here last week to take up his duties. Mr. R. V. McGuinness, who was a successful rider at the rccent Picnic Races, was very much in evidence at the Warr nainbool Amateur Turf Club races 011 Wednesday. Out ol six mounts, he rode four winn ers. '4'hp Majecfic gelfling : Dan;-... awa, which won the Trial dicap at the last winter meetu-.g of the local L.V. Race Club, was successful in the Trial Hurdle race at Warrnambool on Tues day, t A somewhat, unique appplica tlon came before Mr. Scott, P.M. 011 Monday, when a well known Indian named Kissin Singh sought a prohibition order against himself. The P.M. made the order prohibiting the sale of liquor to Kissin Singh for 12 months. Mr. R. Voting, jnr., son of Mr. R. Young of "Fallonville," Warbrccean, was the successful balloter 'for a homeste!ad farm of 740 acres near.. Wyalong. There were over 1...
COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
C08RAM. The opening of the new Pres byterian .cljurch atOobram. took place on . Sunday and \vhen; three services were held, the preacher being Rev., R. Hous ton, M.A. of Brahxholme. It was fitting that Mr. Houston v.as chosen to take charge of the opening services "as Cobram was the charge which signalised his entrance into the ministry. A general feeling of sorrow and regret was expressed throughout this district last Saturday when it became known that at 5 'o'clock " that morning one of the grand old pioneers of these parts, in the person of Mr. Cornelius Walsh, had passed away.after an illness of about three weeks' duration. It was less than a fortnight before that the late Mr. Walsh attended a local horse sale, and many of his friends, then noticed that he looked ill, but while admitting he was not we!!, lie ascribed his condition to an attack of sciat ica. A few days after, how ever, he became worse, and the services of Drs. Kennedy and O'Sullivan, also of Nurse A. O'Rourke, we...
TOCUMWAL WATER SUPPLY. The Engineer's Estimate. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
TOCUMWAL WATER SUPPLY. The Engineer's Estimate. The following report on the Tocuimval water supply will come up for consideration at the next meeting of the Berrigan Shire :— . In August, iqio,.the Berrigan Shire Council submitted a scheme prepared by their Engineer (Mr. Threlfall) for supplying the villege of Tocum wal with water to be pumped from the Murray river to a mon ier reservoir to hold 55,000 gal lons, on the highest available ground, from which a few of the' streets would be served- with water, the estimated cost being £2,200. The matter., having been referred to this branch,-, in compliance with instructions;- T visited Tocumwal on October 17, 1911, and after making the usual investigation, including a trial boring on the river flat, proposed that naturally-filtered water be pumped from a large well 42 feet in depth, to be sunk about 6 chains from the right bank of the river, where a deep water-bearing drift was found to exist. The estimated cost of £6,440 being consider...
POLITICAL POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
POLITICAL POINTERS. (By "Elector.") Our Socialist Politicians have always been rubbing into us that the only cme for strikes is to nationalise the industry af fected. "Le/t the State" they say "take over the industry and give the employees proper con ditions and Courts of Arbitra tion and appeal, and strikes will be a thing of the old bad past." This is what the Caucus party yelled when Wade was Premier, and the great coal strike was on. They urged Wade to nationalise some mines, by which they meant that he should sicze someone's .private property- and • let the workers in it get whatever they asked for. The same old cry was heard at the time of the trouble at the Iron works at Lithgow. Only let the State take possession of the works, and Lithgow would be turned into an earthly para dise where the lion would lie down with the lamb. And the Liberals were denounced through the length and breadth of the land^because they were net so foolish as to. lend them selves to such wild-cat and ...
LIBERAL PARTY'S CONSTITUTION. The Constitution. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 16 May 1913
LIBERAL PARTY'S CONSTITU TION. Tho Constitution. Maintenance of the Federal spirit of the Commonwealth Con stitution, as laid down by its framers, in opposition to the ten dency towards unification shown by the labor party. Opposition to the Labor Party's proposal for the amendment of the Constitution at the approach down by the constitution. . Preservation of the rights of the States to the cot" • affairs within the bounds laid dwn by the constitution. Control of combines and mono polies for the protection of the public,, but without undue inter fercncc with private enterprise. Fiscal Polioy. „ Appointment of a permanent Tariff Board of a non-ixilitv . ture to supervise and report to Parliament concerning industrial production and commercial ex change, the "operation of the tariff and its effect upon the in vestment of capital, and the em ployment of labor, and to make recommendations from time to time for the adjustment and re vision of duties where necessary. Correction" of incon...