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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

ADVERTISE In tho 'GUARDIAN.' BE CON8TANT ALWAYS. The constant drop of water wears away the hardest stone, The constant gnawing Towscr niasticatcs the toughest bone "flic constant cooint; lover carries off the blushing maid, And the constant Advertiser is the one who yets the trade. SUmiRIiD ACU TELY. "For about three months I '.uffercd acutely from liver crouble," writes Mr. W. II. Ca pon, "Turilville," Turill, N.S.W. 'Mr. T. McDermott of McDcr mot * Son recommended 'me to try Chamberlain's Tablets, viiicji I did. They were the only nie.ti cine that could relieve me--in fact they completely cured me very quickly." Sold by T. G. WHsqii, TqcuwwuI, Miller " and Grgvcr, J'iyjey, and all dealers in medicine.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RURAL WORKERS' LOG. Harassing the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

RURAL WORKERS' LOG. ! +— - Harassing tho Fnrmor. If certain things happen dur ing the next month or so, the at tempt is to be made to fix prices and render land unprofitable; not only so but the Federal Ar bitration Court could then fix all \va<rcs. hours ami conditions on the farm, the butter factory the cliecac factory, as well as in all ' - workshops throughout Atis-1 tralia, and preference to union ists, that most un-British, un democratic, unjust and un-chris tian principle would then become an acornplished fact. The Ru ral Workers' Lop would snccdily be inforccd, and then the Aus tralian farmer would find this great wealthy continent that ought to be a land of ''peace and plenty," a good country to get out of. The following are the wages fixed by the log in the various rural industries :— Dairying.—Milkers, over. 17 years, £1/15/-.ncr week ; milk ers, under 17 years, £1/5/- per Casual workers employed for a term less than 4 wcekrf, 6/- p'cr week, Overtime. 1/3 per h...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Altered Mall Service. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

LOCAL AHB GENERAL. Altnrnrl ftJnll 'SerUloo. - - y Mr. J. M._ Chanter writes for warding a letter from- the Post master-General's Department giving notification of the change m the ■ mail" service between Yarroweyah and Tocumwal, as from the first instant, and also enclosing copy of the altered timetable. This appeared in the "Guardian" at the time the al teration was made, whereby mail matter from Victoria now reaches Tocumvval daily by the 2 p.m. mail train instead of at vjo by. coach from Yarroweyah. Next Weok'6 Speakers. It will be seen by advertise ment in the "Guardian" to-day that no less than four political speakers .will be in Tucumwal next .week. On Monday - even ing Mr. Chanter will address the electors (as mentioned in another' column), ou Tuesday Messrs. C. G.. Wade (cx-Pre mier) and R. T. Ball, M.L.A., will take the platform, and on Wednesday evening Mr. J. N. Crowley will speak. Mr. Wade is well-known as one of the lead ers of the. ; Liberal movement -in this State, a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

Tocumwal Guardian AND RIVERINA ECHO. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. .The article in the Deniliquin "Chronicle" of May 7, finding much vituperative fault with" an article in the "Guardian" of May 2 proves nothing and makes some extraodinary state ments. It is a simple business to shout "liar," and one that seems to commend itself to the "Chioniclc." It has, howv.'t;, ceasccl to have any significance when voiccd by Labor support ers. The cost to the people of the last Referendum was—to !jc corrcct within a thousand pounds—£47,000. The cost of the Referendum to come is much more likely to be more that, than less. The Referendum propos l als contain vital and drastic , al terations to l the constitution, j The Labor Party deems them essential toMhe welfare of the people. The Liberal Party con I siders them detrimental to that | welfare, but both parties arc agreed in that they arc forcsce. ! ing and of vital importance. The nconle of Australia beinc well aware...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

Deniliauln. Aj: (he parade of Senior Ca dets on Wednesday, a ballot was taken to see who was the most popular cadet in the Company, to whom a prize was to be pre sented by their late Lieutenant, Mr, R. Henry. After counting the votes it was found that three cf the cadets, viz., J. Stringer, J. Skinner and B. A. Jones, re ceived equal votes. A second ballot was taken, which resulted ill Stringer and' Jones receiving 23 votes, and _ Skinner 19, It was then decided to put the name of Stringer and Jones in a hat and draw one out, which re sulted in favor of Stringer. On Saturday afternoon last Mr. A. Slierwjfi, who lias acted as junior clerk at the Australian Bank of Commerce for the last two years, was the recipient of a handsome travelling bag from the members of the Lawn Tennis Chili, prior to his departure from Deniiiquin. The presentation was made by Mr. A. II. Windey or, president of the dub, who, in i\ hnppy speech, referred to the good ' services rendered to the club rind other ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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REGULATING PRICES. Mr. Wade's View. WORKERS AND SHOPKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

, REGULATING PRICES. Mr. Wade's Vlow. WORKERS AND SHOPKEEP ERS. "Mr. Hughes and Mr. Fish er," said Mr. Wade the other day in Sydney, "are at great pains now to - placate the shop keepers' vote by stating that they only intend to fix prices charged by combines and trusts. A short reference to history will show how insincere this state ment . -is.. First,. take Mr. Hughes himself who is the mov ing spirit of the Referendum. He stated only last year, whilst addressing a body of consumers, as. follows :— " 'They were now face to face with combinations in industries, manufactures, and producers. They knew very well that the prices of commodities had been ■raised sympathetically with the increases in wages. It was, therefore, perfectly clear that unless Parliament, could regu late prices and profits the mere -ability to regulate wages was of . very little value. As long as. the people, ..who .had thp control of the 'commodities raised prices, the workers were little better off. Therefore,...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

COBRAM. The annual meeting of I he Cobram Agricultural Society was held on Saturday,. when there ,were presentMessrs. M. Dunn (president), S. Ken nedy, T. Houlihan, P. Dunn, W. Heffernan, O. E. Desailly, T. A. .-Morris,' j. J. O'Dwyer, C. G. KriigHt, £ Steer, A. Wadeson, G. F. Cox, H. Tuck and the sec retary.—The balance sheet showed a profit of £50 on the vear's transactions. The fol lowing officers were appointed • President, Cr. W.' Heffernan.; vice-presidents, Messrs. O.- Des ailly and T. Houlihan; treas.ir . cr, Mr; J. McAlister ; auditor, Mr. T. Hamilton"; ceneral com mittee, : Messrs. C. G. Knight,. F Steer, P. McCormack, C. rcnnant. G. F. Cox, C. Milsom, W. R.owe, P. Hanrahan, T. Har ris. A. R. Wadeson, T. O'Brien, G. Ritchie, S. Kennedy, J. J.. O Dwyer and A. Dunleavy. The date of the annua' show was fixed for Tuesday, October 7, on the motion of Messrs. T. A. Morris and P. Dunn. Mr. M. Dunn gave notice that he would move at the'July meeting that the price of admission to t...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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NEWS OF THE DAY. At Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

HEV/8 OF THE DAY. At Homo and Abroad. Heavy rains and subsequent ;floods~have caused serious dam age in the champagne region of France. Fve persons have been drowned. Many vineyards have been devastated^ villages are isolated by the flood waters, and "numbers of stock perished. The estate of the late John Fagjln, grazier, of Mandurama, has been sworn for probate purposes in Sydney at £257,970. The stamp duty amounted to £26,032. By will the estate is bequeathed -to the testator's widow, children, and relatives. English newspapers, referring to the threatened extensive strike in the shipbuilding yards, pre dict that in the event of a three months' stoppage, three or four years will be required to over take the arrears of work. A serious result would be that the navy would .fall below-the. stand ard of . safety fixed by the Ad miralty. ' . At the opening of the Fijian Legislative Council, the Govern or (Sir E. B. Sweet-Escott) stat ed that he had' recommended the separating of the off...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

NUMURKAH. There was a good attendance "at the last meeting of the Nu murkah brmich ArN.A., when of licers were nominated for the en suing half year. ,Mr. L. Tully is the President-elect,-and will be, duly elected on Tuesday next. The half-yearly meeting of the.. Numurkah I.O.R. was held on. Monday night, CJRi/'Bro; J. McPherso'n presiding. One hon orary member was elected and three propositions-.' received. The election of officers resulted : —C.R., Bro. W. Bennett ; D.R., Bro. Beynon ; secretary Bro. Glcnny'; assistant-secretary, Bro McCleary ; Levite Bro. Tramp Ion; W.S., Bro. W. Crozicr ; N.S., Sister Dixon : G., Bro. -Weir ;■ auditors, Sister L. Ellis and Bro. W. Tyres ; tent repre sentative, Bro. Glenny. The next meeting is fixed for June 2, when the harmony hour will be devoted to a social evening witli members and their fiends.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

JERILDER1E. I The plain, fancy dress and poster ball hold on Wednesday evening last, in the Town Hall, was an . unqualified success. There was a large attendance, fancy dress costumes predomin ating, and to the excellent music by Miss Mabe' Powell, dancing \vas indulged in long after the sumptuous supper had been par taken of. Among the fancy cos tumes were :—Miss D. Ryan, "Australia" (winner) ; Miss Hos kins, "La Belle France"; Miss Rene Ryan, "Gipsy" ; Miss J. Chapman, "Carnation" ; Miss C. Cornell, "Gipsy"; Miss I Cornell, "Quaker Girl" ; Miss LTIuiller, "Gipsy". Mr. T. Plumbe, "French Peasant" (winner) ; Mr. J. Rochfort, "Inside-out" ; "Mr. H. McVittie, "Anything"; Mr. A. . Hardie, "Nigger" ; Mr. F. Duncan, "Black Gin." Tennis Set—Misses J. Kennedy, M. Cox, P. Rochfort and M. Elliott; Messrs. II. Potter, L. Valery, W. W. Elliott and R. Fergusson. Mr. H. 0.. Oliver, M.R.C.V.S. arrived here 011 Friday last to at tend the' parade aiid examine the stallions brought forward for inspe...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

Fcoitia!!. Qti • Saturday ; the- Oakland:; football team played Urana on the Oaklands recreation ground. The game was "a good one. Oaklands showed out well from start to finish, and nroyed too strong for their opponents, the scores being—Oaklands, 12.7 ; Urana, 2.4. Next Saturday Oaklands jour •ncy to Urana to play a return match. A team comprising juniors from Firilcy will visit Tocum wal to-morrow (Saturday, May 24) to play a return ''match' with the locals. On- a previous occas ion when: these two teams met, the "Finns" were victorious, but the "Toke" lads are confident of turning the tables to-morrow. The Tocumwal team will be cho sen from the following E. Eddy, 'Ed: Eddy, J. Hennessy, C. Ilerberte, C. Shears,, A. Shears, J. Drew, J. Bowe, J. Cottle, J. Powell, J. Haynes, T. Iiaynes, L. Boyle; II. Maiisell, R. Flavell, W. Mansell, W. Smith, \V. Blows, T. Jones, H. Herberte, T. Breen, D. Leo, W. Wilson. . ' On Saturday last a team of juniors from Cobram visited To cumwal to try c...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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GENERAL SPORTING. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 23 May 1913

GENERAL SPORTING. The Turf. The remains of the jockey L. C. Hoyt, • who.'died-at Bombay when about to return to Aus tralia, have reached Melbourne for interment. Hoyt's wife was with him when his fatal illness presented itself. The direct cause of death was an abscess on the liver, caused, it is be lieved, by a fall Hoyt had from a horse named Wassail, that slipp ed with him on-a greasy track. Widgiewa, Posio, Audacity, Moe and Orvieto, will remain in Adelaide to take part in the Birthda.y meeting at Victoria Park on 31st May, 7th and 9H1 June, when a total of i-65 50 in stakes will be distributed. Posio Moe, Audacity and Orvieto have an engagement in _ the Birthday Cup and City Handicap. Wid giewa is entered for the latter event, and Posio and Moe for the Alderman C"P- The Pytcheley Lodge trainer, Jas. Scobie, who returned from Adelaide on Sun day, will go back _ at the end of I he week to_ superintend the fin al preparation for the Birthday fixture. Parisian! winner of thp Melbour...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CORRESPONDENCE. Fedorat Elections. (To the Editor, Tocumwal "Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913

CORRESPONDENCE. Fcdorat Elections. (Io the Editor, Tocumwal "Guardian.") : , , Sir/—All .parlies are ' agreed " i -.nowadays' that the prosperity of j." the citics is dependent upon the growth of the country, and land settlement has become the prom inent''feature'in Liberal Policy. Ihe work of .pioneering is sur ... rounded with many hardships: want of communication, adverse seasons, heavy: expenses. Therefore, those who undertake the tusk of opening up our virgin country .should1 rcceive every en-, couragcmcnt ■ in the form of • dieap land, > cheap money, cheap ; machinery, facilities for handling their ' oroductsr and. easy com • municatibn to die market* by way of iiew:.railways,"and duplication of the existing system; How far-has the Labor-Socialist party helped you in ; the past-; and what are the prospects of assis ■■ tance from them in tlie future. v; . (I) Land : Ttbe. area of Crown - ' ' land available for " selection has ■ Tjccn steadily .decreasing, and'to meet that po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913

PIoWVErI Wiihyou. It is at all Times A Serviceable Stimulant.'- $ ADVERTISE In tlio 'CUARDIAN.' Win nls' (irciit l'cppcnuint Cure for Coughs ami Colds, never fails, 1/6. Mr. J1. F. M'cuzic 1ms been elected president of the Kchtici Race Club, and .Messrs. J. I'. Ryan and R. J. Watson vice presidents. Mr. F. B. Wilmut was re-elected secretary. KICKliD ON THIi -KNEE. "I was kicked on the knee by one of my, horses," writes Mr. Duncan II Stevens, .South-street, Fielding, N.Z., "and am confidant that but for Chamberlain's Pain Halm, I would have been unfitted for work. I could not stand for hours but applied Chamberlain's I'ain Balm freely and after ap | plying it once the next day, was unite recovered." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal, Miller and Cirover, Finlcy., and all dealers in medicine. A coronial inquiry w'as ; held Inst week al lichuca, concerning the death of Frederick Cart wright, which occurred ill the kchiica hospital on Wednesday ni^lit. Dr. J'", li. Hutchinson, who made an' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913

ADVERTISE In tlio 'CUARDIAN.' BE CONSTANT ALWAYS. The constant drop of water wears away the hardest stone. The constant gnawing Towscr masticates tlic toughest bone The constant cooing lover carries off Ihc blushing maid, And the constant Advertiser is the one who gets the trade. Under ;i spreading manlclpieec, lk-lore a fire lie sat, His large pal-j brow hail many a crease, ile sneezed ami coughed and spat. S:i.i».l he, "I cannot bear itiis pain, I mush have a. subduer," And now lie's' up ami mil again ('Twa.s Woods' Croat J'cppcr . mint Cure). CURLL) COLDS AND URON chitjs. "Some time ago," writes Mrs. J. Johnston, l.ittle River, N.Z. "my two hoys Leonard and 'Join, had severe colds and bronchitis. Having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised for the cure of bronchitis 1 decided to try what it would do for my boys. After the first bottle, they show ed great improvement and were completely cured by the time they had finished the second bottle." Sold by J. C. Wilson, Tocumwal, M...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913

Fur Children's Haekin-" Cuiu'li al ni -lit, Woods' Circa' Peppermint euro, l/G. SUl-KlilUiU ACUTILLY. "For aljmit tlucc months 1 suffered acutely from liver trouble," writes Mr. W. II. Ca pon, "Turilvillc," Tuiill, N.S.W. "Mr. T. McDermott of McDcr mot & Son rceommended mc to try Chainbcrlain's Tablets, vhich I did. They were the only nip.li cine that could relieve iiie— in fact they completely cured mc very quickly." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocuinwal, Miller and Grovcr, Finley, and all dealers in mcdicinc.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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WHAT 18 A STRIKE? Judgo Heydon's Views. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913

WHAT IS A 8TRIKE? Jutlgo Hoydon's Views. Mr. Justice Ileydon deall in an interesting manner with the var ious ilelinilion.s of the word "strike," in the course of u judgement in the first batch of prosecutions arising out of the recent stoppage ol work among the railway men at Darling Har bor. Ilis Honor pointed out that the deli n' lion of the word "strike" in the Act began: ".Strike (without limiting its or dinary meaning) includes," etc. lliis seemed lo show thai there was a fear in the mind of the Legislature that the 'subsequent words might possibly operate by way of restriction, and a de termination to guard against anv t'lich effect. The words which followed were, however, fairly wide,. If the concerted cess ation of work was lo compel an employer lo accept terms of em ployment, or lo enforce de mands made on employers it was a strike. "Now there is nothing so difficult or dangerous to attempt as a full abstract de finition," said, his Honor. "I will not attempt now to say fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913

PUBLIC NOTICES. Buildings. T HAZEN begs to notify the " • general public of Finley and distrjct that he is prepared to supply estimates, and erect dwellings of every description. ~ Address c/o M. J. Murphy, Terminus Hotel, Finley. F. HUNT. Baker and Confectioner. Murray Street, XJISGS to notify the residents of the town and district that be lias purchased the Business lately carried 011 by Mr P. Wilson, and trusts to merit a fair share of public patronage, which will be' apprecia , ted. Every .effort will te made to please customers. A Triai, Solicited. NOTICE. TJ AVING purchased.the business .-M-. lately. carried on by Mr P. - - Sullivan, I beg to notify the public ' that I hav<i opened a Boot Repair "t 'iug Establishment opposite Hillson's .. Hill, wheie all repairs will be exe cuted neatly and promptly. HUGH ROSE, Tocumwal Boot Repairing Depot. Notice, T am prepared to erect Pisa Houses • at Reasonable Rates. Work manship Guaranteed. Plans and Estimates given. For furt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913

- AUCTION SALES. SATURDAY, JUNE 7. (And thereafter fortnightly.) To start at 12,30 p.m. sharp. Wm. SKELLY and CO. (By their] Auctioneer,! W. J. QUIRK) will sell as above— CATTLE AND SHEEP. Early Entries Invited. Good Buyers Attending. WILLIAM SKELLY & CO., Auctioneers, Tocumwal & Melbourne:., JAS. O'CONNEU,, Local Representative. CGBRAWI ST06K /SALE. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1913. at 10 a.m. sharp. And fortnightly thereafter. XT EN RY TUCK will hold his usual sale of - Cattle, Sheep, Horses,] &c. On the above date at his Cobram yards. Early : Entries : Invited. H. TUCK, Auctioneer^ Cobram and Tocuinwal. Strathmerton Stock Sale. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1913. And fortnightly thereafter. • J. McNAMARA~and CO. Auctioneers. UMPIRES. APPLICATIONS returnable on Wednesday evening next, will be received from persons . willing to undertake the duties of CEN TRAL UMPIRE to the S.R.F.A. Fees, £2 per match. R. WARDROP, . Hon. Secret.arv: Berrigan. LOST. Between Brown, Corke &...

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CATHOLIC CHURCH (Berrigan Parish) [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913

CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Berrigau Parish). .. Mass,will be celebrated.at-Mul wala arid Saveinake at ii a.m. Evening Devotions at Berrigan & i 7-5° p.m. On Saturday, May -31 Mass.\will;; Be celebrated at MtV Gwyrine at ,li- a.m. (Jerildcric ..Parish). -June I, Finley 11... a.m. Evening Devotions 7.'30. •' O. CLARK, Hcctor. ,

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