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Cricket. TOCUMWAL V. JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Cricket. TOCUMWAL V. JERILDERIE. On Knstcr Mowl ly the local ciicketers journeyed to Jeiildcrie to t y conclusions with the home to 1111. They secured an easy victory, win ning by -18 runs, Cl.iyton being tlic highest scorer, with 36 to hisciedit Lindsay and Brown were the next best with 20 niul I I respectively.' 1'or Jcrildcrie the only player to snake. nuythitig like a stand was i'lv. if captain, Valery, who played well for 17. The ladies provided tea iu the afternoon, which was done full justice to, ntid for which both teams gave-them a. lusty cheer at the conclusion of the gtue. In the evening the Tocutnwal lads" were entertained at the Roj al Mail Hotel, after which they departed for home, being well satisfied with the trip and the excellent treatment meted out to them by the Jerilderieitcs. Appended are the results : - TOCUMWAI,. Lindsay, b Ncivandt ... '20 Uobson, c Vnrley, b Ncivardt 1 Cl.iyton. c Varlty, b Neivandt 36 Brown, b Batten ... ... 14 M'Pherson, c Cairnes b Neiva...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wheat Yield. STATISTICIAN'S FINAL ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

The Wheat Yield. STATIST! C-iAN'S FINAL EST1 WiATE. During- the lasi week \u' received the Dual wheal estimate of the Cov ; eminent Statistician. His earlier es I timatc oC 'M,3Gr>,Guu bushels jy>«1 with j varied criticisms from the different ; factions in the trade. However,' his 1 latest figures of 30,132,000 bushels came as a surprise, even to the most , optimistic in the trade. This briny's ; the yield per acre i'rom 10.9 in the , December estimate, up to I3.8 ac ! cording* to these latest figut'es. Com menting- upon this increase, -the Stat ■ istician, in his report, wrote";—"In December last it was estimated that 2,227,»no acres would produce 2i,:i(jf>,ooo bushels but for some time past it has been realised that the ac ! tual production was considerably under-stated, as the yields, over a j very wide area have exceeded all ex pectations of the wheat growers gen- I orally-the quantities of wheat already! ! brought to Sydney, and the record : stackings at country statio...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Coursing. The secretary of the' Toc.umwai Coursinjr Club (Mr. R. llrebner) in form" us that the annual meeting" will lie held on Wednesday of next week. The season promises to be equally as successful as last year, as there are plenty of enthusiasts in the district, move dogs than usual and scores of Uaro:>. This rcr.uscit.itioii of tin: Kjniey Cnuri.ing- Club should jyive added interest' to. the '•pful in th«\M: parts mis sca.Mm. The - H«ri club has -••1 ready #ot j»'oinjv» and promises to oc Miv.jiy.er than <.ver before. Mr. M. J. Murphy's dcpaiture from Finicy wiil be much rcgreited by sporting enthusiasts, and his well known Htfurc will be mi>sed from the various^ meelin/vs in the district. He is .settling in the kyneton (Vic.J dis trict and inieiuis tfoin# in for Plump ton coursing. "Laier'he may he in duced to i>ive a nomination for slnne nf the local courses.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Personal and Political. I iClr. Justice Piddington has lender- . | cd his resignation from the, High | Court Bonch-for pi'ivatc- reasons, ! which are, ;hc says, Wholly uncon ; ncclcd with the recent agitation against * the Federal Government's two most reccnt High Court appoint ments. ; On Tuesday last, at Terang,(Vic), death claimed for its victim the- son 1 of Mr. A. Pcarce, Tocumwal's popu lar bandmaster, after a severe attack of pneumonia. The Jiule fellow who was but three years of aye was a bright and happy child, and wc join with the many friends of the bereav ed parents in offering our 'deepest sympathy in their irreparable loss. -The remains were interred in the Tc rang ccmctcrv. . Mr. Thomas Wise, of the firm of Wise Bros., Limited, Tocumwal, Jer Ilderie and Narandern, was in To- . cumwal last week end. He was ac-. companied by Mrs. and Miss Wise. Cr. Frank Hoyle, President of the Berrigan Shire, represented "the Shire Council at the annual Shires Confer ence, held in Sydn...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Labor Member Land holders. ON A GOOD THING. FREMANTLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

Labor Member Land* holders. ON A COOD THING. • •FKEMANTLE, Monday. ' •Speaking1 at a Liberal "League soc ial on Saturday, night,-Mr. Hedges, VM.ll.U., produced a plan showing; a section of the route of the trans-Aus tralian railway. "These," lie said, sweeping his hand across a' number of sections bloclccd out in blue, "these blocks have, been taken up by Labor mem bers and the managing* directors of the Powell-Wood company. How many acres have been taken up about that line? About ten million acres The directors of the Powell process have three blocks, an area 1UG miles long and, ten miles wide. Senator Dc Largie has about 20o square miles, and Mr. Scadden an area half1 as large again. Labor Senators are the largest landowners in the Sftito today. If the countrv had clean,, honest administration, inspectors and bofing parties would have been sent out to the areas directly after the passing of the railway bill. The Government might then have made an attempt to let the land to people ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For and Against. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

For and Against, The case "Against1' the Kefereudui", i:j a plain statcTheut of lacts. 'i hc writ ers have avoided lhal appeal to passion and prejudice which so plentifully be - sprinkles the case "For/' nor do they attempt to make impossible promi ses; such as industrial pcace and a general millennium in winch the p-Jo "pie1 arc only to do what work tho'v ^please, get what pay thev- please, and g'ct what they want ai any piicc they please. Without exaggerating flights of rhctoric, the writer.* tell tlk peo;;le just what the Caucus p/bpos - als m'.an, and where thc.y nm-t even tually land this country. ,111 the case ** 1'or,"1 ? Mr. Hughes denies tuai uni fii.atien is intended. The ca.se "Against" shows that what we wi-h ifol will be even worse xhan unifica tion, b.-<a::se throughout all oiu <Uv.'in;; lhere v.ill be not one law "'•.but two set:: of laws always rating"; tii.e Commonwealth lav/$ covering most things, and the State h'.w fill ing up the interstices...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

DENILIQUIN. Mr. John Kelly was on Thursday oMast week sworn in as a: Justice of1 the Peace for the .Stajtc of Victoria. The oath was administered by Mr. G. H. Pcrrin," who some time ago was appointed"u J.P. for that State. On Thursday of tyst week Mifis Linton, one of the blaif of the Denil iquin- Superior Public School, ' wrfs presented by the scholars and teach*, ers with an entree dish and break fast cruet. The occasion of the pros*1 entfitioiv was the relinquishment by ttyatT~lady of her position in the Public Instruction Department, in view of her approaching* marriage, winch took plncc on the following* Saturday, Miss Ina White, one of tlio senior girls, made the presentation, and in a felicitous spech wished the recip ient hujjpiuess aud prosperity. Miss Linton responded, thanking the pu pils and teachers for their kind gift and" wolds. The pleasant little cere mony was concluded with , the sing ing1 'of "Aulcj Lang* Sync" by the children. ■ Monsignor Treacv, who left Mel bou...

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

COROWA. Friends - of Mounted-Constable 1 Fisher, of Coroua, will be pleased to IcArn that he is convalescent after a j serious and gainful illness, j Mr. ]£. Angrove, after six months' j leave of abscncc, has* taken charge of j the Urana Lands Ofiice. Mr. Con-' nelly has been appointed to Anni dale relieving', and he left' on Tues day. Mr. J. Kyan, manager Bank of New south Wales, Balldale, has received word of his removal to Warrackna bcal (Vic); Mr. Kyan has been 'in Balldale for four years, having taken charge'of the branch when first open ed. Mr. Sammons, of Corryong, Vic. (a brother of Mr* F. J. Sum mons, of Corowp), is Mr, Ryan's successor; The latter expects to leave, in about a week, *

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

FINLEY. We arc to have a bazaar here about the middle of next month, the objcct being- to raise funds for the Roman Catholic/ Church- The ladies are working' assiduously to .make the af fair a success. A few of Mr. Murphy's friends had an 'informal meeting* at the Termin us Hotel on. Monday . evening* to ad just "accounts for tho send off given to Mr. Murphy last week. There was a surplus of a few . pounds and it was decided to hand this, over to Murphy towards the purchase of a ^old watch suitably inscribed. Mr. Murphy left Finley for "fresh fields and pastures nfcwv on Tuesday. The N.S.W. State. government's method of constructing: the Finley Tocumwal link railway is still only hastening" slowly—very slowly. That lying* jade Dante Rumor is }it present busy asserting- that a number of men are likely to be put on in the course of the next few weeks when reliable vo^s for the Federal elections will be a desideratum. The more probable explanation is that the M'Gowcn Government's polic...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 April 1913

JERILDERIE. The next Jerilderic show is to be held ori September 24. ; On Good Friday night, between and iu o'clock, Mr. William Dykes a brother of our respected pastor, Rev. J, Dykes, passed peacefully, away at the ripe age of Si yea *3;'. The deceased gentleman had .lived for many years in iVictoria, but ' omc months ago his In-other her.e dccnv:.i it advisable to get him to come ,uvi reside with him at the Manse, where he would have the comfort and at tention which his state,'of health, ow ing to his advanced age, needed. ! His-health' lately was very indifferent, ' which w-is a source of anxiety to his brother and the nurse who was in constant attendance up to the -time of his death. He was buried on Sun day afternoon, Mr. \Y. Thompson, of Narandera, officiating at the grave. The funeral arrangements were carried through by Mr. G. Rog erson, on behalf of Mr, Win. Thor man. . The meeting convened by the. Sec retary of the R.l\ and A. Society for Saturday last lapsed for want of a...

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

NUMURKAH. Messrs. R. Dick and G. Patchell, of Numurkah, secured first prize in ihe procession at Tatura on Easter Monday with a representation of the baby bonus. Plowing operations have been in full swing in this district for the past fortnight, and some sowing has been done. The country is looking better now than it has done at this time.of the year for years past. The Yabba Farmers' Union, at last meeting, presented an illuminated address to the President (Mr. E. J. Cummins) as a token of esteem and a mark of goodwill on the occasion - of his recent marriage. The Methodist 'Church, Sheppar ton, on Tuesday of last week was the scene of a pretty wedding, when Mr. James George Blake, of Numurkah, was married to Miss. Mary Jane Maskell, of Gourmain (and niece of Mrs Guthrie of Shepparton). The happy couple left by the evening train for Melbourne. - - • The auctioneering and stock busi ness for so many years carried on in Numurkah, Strathmerton and Cobram by Messrs. Muntz Bros, has bee...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

PUBLIC NOTICES. Miss S. Glover MoUioiiriio (Pupil of Mr Mansley Greer). liEGS to advise the residents of " the town and district, that she Is prepared to accept pupils for the Piano, Violin, and Organ. Theory taught. Terms npon application, c/o Miss Boyle, "Lissadell" TocitmwAl £1000 In Prizes £1000 WORK Of ART WORK OF AKT Value I first ) Value /500 ) GKHAT l'RIZK "I ^500 Or Twelve Months' Trip Round the World and £ioo in Cash for ONE PERSON, or Eight months for Two. NoTH.—The Couiuiillec, having paid full value for tbe woik of ait is prepaied to find a purchaser for same at the advertised amount if the winner so desires, .aUo for the second and third prizes. Second : Value £100 Third £50. & 'J7 other prizes totalling £1,000. Eight Hours Great Art Union. 57th Vc;u* - Oldest and Most Popular—o7th Year Proceeds in nid of the Hospitals . and Public Charities. Prizes will delivered In winner* freo of nil uhnrytH *A lint 6f winning' nnm1>cr* will 1,C prtstcdto ni.r l»crKon on ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Ucrrigan Shire Council „.\vas held on Monday, when there were present: Crs. IlefferTiah (Vice-president, in the cIku?*). J:: Reynoldson, Davies, Baik;c; fcrskine and Greggery. Aa apology for inability to attend was received from Cr. Hoyic (who was attending the Shires . Confcrcncc in Sydney) and Cr. v;**Kg. The Engineer (Mr. Thrcifall), inspector ( Mr. Roache), and Shire Clerk (Mr. Jcrmyn) were also present, -Correspondence.— Letters were read "and dealt with as follows:— From tile Department of Public Works, enclosing* Mr. Chief Kxamin er Gibb's report.—Received. From the same, re Finley-Tocum wal railway, saying that a heavy road roller was required for the pur pose of rolling" the embankments on the railway. Should the Council possess otic that would be suitable and be prepared to let it out. they would be triad if particulars as to the size and rent of same would be sent— Agreed to at rental of 5/- per day, Department to pay for...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

FINLEY. Mr. CI. Limbrick, one of our enterprising farmers stored two prizes at the recent Sydney show with pigs, lie is ;i great fancier of the baconer, and possesses sonic fine squealers. The .township is getting quiet er during the weel> no\v, dlic 1 u the fact that farmers arc prepar ing their land for cropping pur poses, but on Saturday busuic-sS still hoonis. The recent raus have placed the ground in splen did order for plowing and a large area wilj it) consequence be fal lowed for next year.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DENILIOUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

DENILIOUIN. At Ba!rana|d on Friday an in quiry was held into the death of J. T. Barrett, who was employed at Til 'i'il Station tank sinking. The evidence showed that de ceased had been drinking water out of a hole previously treated with arsenic rabbit poison. The Coroner returned a verdict of poisoning, and added a rider sug gesting that notices be posted at all places where rabbit poison had been laid, and that special vessels be used for the purpose. In a letter received frm Mr. John Jones, manager of Mr. Colin McCuIloch's North Wood land's Estate, Victoria, he states that Mr. McCulloch has 23 farm ers on the share system. They havp ju§£ l^arye's'tefl ^oqo acres of wheat and lOQO apres of oats and hay, the full return being 29,500 hags of wheat, 6000 bags of oats, a"nf| between 400 and 500 tons of hay. Over 30 wag gons wepe engaged carting the wheat -to Stawcfl, the "cartage running put at !/-- PPF bag. The teams are now at work carting ats which averaged over 50 bus hels to the ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. (The Editor Tocumwal "Cuardlan") [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

CORRESPONDENCE. (The Editor Tocumwal "Cuardlan") Dear Sir,—Will you kindly allow mc space in the columns of your paper to make a few persona obser vations in which I will endeavour to keep as clear of party preference as I can, leaving uo doubt as to which party my vote shall be recorded. H only wants a few weeks now to that day on which the great political con test of Australia, will be 'settled. There is no getting away from the fact that* the issue will have a lot to do with the future history of this great continent, both from an indi vidual and national standpoint. The first question the electors must ask themselves is, "Arc we satisfied with the present Government; if not, why i.ot? ' Then "Can we by ousting the present Government get what we "desire from the other party that must needs replace '-them r,? Now, before answering cither of these questions we must form . some con clusion as to what policy is most suitable to the solution of our National advantage. It is altogether...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]ERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

ijERILDERIE. Tlic local t'otiiuil seem to be death on the JJa|hurst |iurr with in the Municipal boundaries, ami unity right, to. This pest wants eradicating everywhere. Mr. W- Woy3| of the well known ftrm of auctioneers, was united in the holy bonds of mat rimony in Melbourne on Wednes day, March 2O.. All our fanners are'as busy as as they can be, cither sowing their seed for the coming har vest or else preparing tiic ground for same. The area under culti vation this year will cxcccd that of 1912. It is with deep regret that we have to record the death of Mr. George D. Gaull, Junr., son of Mr. George Gaull, Boorooban illy. The death took placc it the local hospital on Friday morning last at about 11 o'clock. The deceased, who was just merging into manhood, having only a few months, before passed his 21 si year, was an only child, which makes the deeper _ sym pathy felt on all sides with the poor, distracted, bereaved | ; r ents. A quiet wedding was celebrat ed in the Church.of Engla...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

AUCTION SALES. F1NLEY. Stock < Sale. SATURDAY, 12th APRIL, 1913. To start at 2 p.m. sharp. Wm. SKELLY and CO. By their Auctioneer, (W. J. QUIRK) will sell as abr.ve— CATTLE AND SHEEP. Already advised— 21 Bullocks, 3 years, .forward * condition. 30 Mixed Young Cattle. .300 Merino wethers,6 tooth, hand shorn, early ; all one mark, River ina bred. 100 xb ewes and wethers, 1 tooth fat. Further Entries Wanted. Large Attendance of Buyers Assured. WILLIAM SKELLY & CO., Auctioneers, Tocumwal. 424 Bourke St. Melbourne., (H.O.) TOWNSHIP PROPERTIES, Saturday, April 19,13 at 3.30 p.m. Wm. SKELLY and CO. (by their Auctioneer, \V. J. Quirk) will sell under instructions from Mrs. D. KIDD. 1) Acres Lund, 4-roomed house and well. Situate corner Adams . and Emily-streets, Tocumwal, being Lots 1, 2 and 3, Scction 18. At the same time, on account of Mies KIDD, the Auctioneers will fet Allotment of land and very conven ient house, well and windmill, situ :\tr-. corner Sudden and "Jeac...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Euchre Party. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Euchre Party. A progressive euchre parly was given.by .Mr. anjl Mrs. D. Brinyn itt JLficij- resident,c pi| )Vei 1 licsdsiy ' aveiitnjf'ja.sh*" wjfcji be tween thirty and forty guests were present. '1'lic buly's priy.G (a pretty ornament) was won by Miss Turner, who had twelve games to her credit. The gentle man's prize (an ash tray) was won by Mr.. T. Knowlcs with 11 games. A very enjoyable time was spent bv all present. Federal Elootlons. An advertisement appears in another part of to-days "(iuyrd "jan" to the. effect that Mr. I\ B. S. ralkincr, the selected Farm ers' and Liberal candidate for- the Rivcrina electorate, will be present at a public meeting at Finlcy 011 Thursday next at the School of Arts, where lie will ad dress the electors at 7.30 p.m. •Since lie started out on Ins cam paign Mr. I'alkincr' has addressed upwards of 100 meetings in var ious parts of the .electorate, and has received iuosL fl:Jl4e|jng je ccptions, particularly amongst the farmers, ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 11 April 1913

Thty Alt U8« It.—"It anyone aome? tq nur home with a cold wc frnmrdiately reemmend Chamber lain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. Ktcanor H. Blunt, Princess-street, Kuliinba? O. I have used it in my family for over ten years and all my married children have reared their children on it. We appreciate the reasonable price of Chamberlain's C'omrh Remedy, its wonderful effec tiveness and the easy manner irA which the children take it." Sold h,y J. G. Wilson, -i'ocumwal; Millar a/ici Gvovcr, Finlcv; and all dealers in medicines. — Amended estimates of the "popula tion of New South Wales Hjis been published by the GovernnjtuA Statist, as taken on December ;u <>* each year from lgOl to The 6gurcs which do not take in the. palliation of the Federal Capital asettv show a i * steady increase from the- commence- ] ment of the present century. On December 31, icjUl, the population j stood at 1,376,199. A year later the • figures were, 1,337,858 an increase of | 21,659. The increase dur...

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