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PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Mr. McGregor,, teller at the Fin Icy National. Bank branch, lias been transferred to Foots .cray, and his successor is Mr. Wighan, from Wangaratta. Mrs.. Sloane, of Mulwala, has been appointed captain of the Melbourne Metropolitan Golf Club'. Mrs. Sloane is recognised is a fine_ player. Messrs. II. A. Hay and T. J. Gorman have been unanimously re-elctcted to 'the directorate of the Riverina Harvester Com pany! which has its headquarters at Corowa. John Abererombie Carlisle, of Wuiighnu Slate school", lias been presented by the Education De partment with a certificate for regular attendance. He attend ed school for five years and a half without missing a day. • Mr. J. Ffrost, of Tocuimval, left last week for the Moorrrpna Hospital to undergo an operation, for an internal complaint. The latest report available concern-, ing Mr. Ffrosl's condition was that he was progressing as fav orably as could be expected. Messrs. A. W; and J. C. Dun lop, of Davis Cup fam'c,...
DISTRICT NEWS. (Cullod from Exchanges and other Sources.) BERRICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
DISTRICT NEWS. (Cullod from Exoh&ngos and otlior Sourcos.) ": ■ BERRICAN. • Whilst practising' „at Football lite oilier day, Master Tl'ioinas '■Morrison liad the misfortune to severely break his left arm near the,.wrist. ..It appears that :vvith several other .players th'c ' lad went to mark a ball kicked from the opposite end, -and-fell, with his arm underneath his body somehow, y • Die fracture has been' set, and it is now a case of "Tom" carrying his, arm in a sling for a few week's'.' At a specinl meeting of the Oaklands School of Arts recent ly, Mr. 1'. J. Woodho(rse tender ed- his resignation ps secretary/,; and it.was received witli regret.': Mr. II. D. Bladj,\tas 'elected to the vacancy. The president (Mr. J. Stewait) also resigned, owing to his early . departure from the district',, and-, the incst-; iog , unanimously- '--elected .-Mr. Woodhou'se to the position. The fair held under the aus pices of the local Church of Eng land (,luring the three closing days of las...
COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
I COBRAM. Mr.' G.'-F. Cox received, word last week th-it this year's Gov ernment subsidy to the Cobram Mechanic's Hall Wxi:£29'k? , So far no list of matches has been issued by the' G.V.F.A.,; and as the opening'- games take' place on June /. footballers are wondering ' "y^hei^ the'^Aspciatibn officials are . JgiMng.'to, gel td work:' ' The. annual, .visit of ..a . Govern ment vteerihary ^.officer to' Cob ram" for the purpose inspect ing any stallions submitted for certifications will be made on Friday, August' 15. — A line of 19 fat bullocks from off Barooga station.y^e. trilcked on Tuesday at :Cpbraiji:i (consign ed to Dalgety,^ &ndvi;CcM; -JThey were a giand lot of beasts,' rang ing in weight, from 8501b, and were' fattened -on tire [uceyv? pack' docks 011 the run. ... . Most G.V.I'..A-ij.clubs havc;;tilf ready had a practice game or two,_bjit ' U1) 11 the pic eht—-llie Cobrp,mites .have ueen coo tired to get a ' m6ye ori.' Thciy ;hav'i' the .excuse' that ' the^/'Barooga ...
DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
DENILIQUIN. Thc-Catiificld trainer, li. Poun Uiin, has rcc.'.ivcd from Deniliquin two performers; named Antisana (by Sainfoin) and.. Nikopoli (by Fifeness),, at the recent meeting of the .Soiitlierina .Rivcrina Pic nic Turf Club. . On Tuesday evening the local members 'of the 17th Regiment of the Light Horse troop held a smoke social in the Masonic Hall. Alderman Harrison (Mayor) pre sided, and among those present were Lieutenant Henry and Lieu tenant Fil/.ncad. .Apologies for non-attendance were read from Major Long, Captain Cahill, Cor poral Nixon and others. On -Thursday of last week, Mrs. Moroncv wife of Mr. John Moroney, of the Royal hotel, Barham, died in a private hos pital at St. Kiida. The deceased lady, wlio \vas7wclPknowh in Deniliquin, will be remembered for her many deeds in the cause of, charily, and her willingness at allJ tunc;} to' lake her share in - the work of providing,' amusement for the litlle ones. We '("Independent") have been shown a copy of the now.defunct...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
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RULE FOR MEASURING TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
RULE FOR MEASURING TANK8. Add together the top area and the bottom area together with four times the middle areas, divide the result by 6, and multiply by the depth. If the measurements are in fett divide by 27, aud the result will then be the size of the exca vation in cubic yards. Top ... 60 x 80 4800...top area Bottom 20 x 20 -100,..bottom area 40 x 50 x 4 8000...middle area 13,200 13,200 divided by 6—2,200 2,200 x 10 (depth)--22,000 cubic feet .'2,000 divided by 27—8,14—area of tank in cubic yards. If you want to Cud size before sinking you can obtain the length and breath of what the bottom will be on completion. Thus : This tank has the top measurements 60ft. by 80ft. ; depth, 10ft. ; slopes ou three sides, 2 to I, aud ou one side (the roadway) 4 to 1 ; iu the breadth, 2 to 1 for 10ft.—20ft, this ou either side—40ft. This sub tracted from 60ft. leaves 20ft. iu breath at the bottom. Iu the length ou one side, 2 to 1 slopes x lu— 20ft. ; and on the remaining side, which is 4 to ...
FOR BUSY MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
FOR BU8Y MEN. Polling |)l,u:cs have been gaz etted within (he Corown State electorate at "Athoie," near Coo iioiifj Siding and at Mucrn. Two old men perished from ex posure in the Dombala district on their way home from drawing their pensions. Mr. Tudor is- negotiating with Canada for trade reciprocity similar to the arrangement with y . New Zealand. : - '-r.. The births and marriage rate in Victoria is on the up-grade, and the Statistical Department i; rejoiccd accordingly'. - The lease of the— Farmers' Arms Motel at Numurkah, has been sold to Mr. Jas. A. Matthews, late ^of the Railway Hotel, Bacchus Marsh. At a meeting of the Yabba Farmers' Union and Agency As sociation it was decidcd to advo cate the establishment of a inu ircpal sheep dip. The estate of Mr. Henry Mar cus-Clark, founder of the firm of Marcus Clark and Co., Limited, lia!j. bcen sworn for probate pur poses at 423/2,658/1413. The dog poisoner is going ''is annual round at Sheprcarton, and tl e local papers record th...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. Wade's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
I LOCAL AND GENERAL. I Mr. WatJc's Visit. Mr. C. G. Wade, ex-Premier of the State, wa« in Tocumwal on Tuesday and addressed a meet ing at Hillson's Hall in the after noon. lie looks in good health but those who kuow him say he has felt'-'severely the strain of the past fevv years' vigorous fio litical campaign. No man has given of his best services more freely and fully ' than Mr. Wade and there is every indication that lie will be the next Premier of New South Wales. He says be hopes to again visit Tocum wal in the,near future, and he will be heartilv Welcomed. Election Results. _ The results of the Federal elec tions on Saturday will be posted up on a screen in front of Staples' Hotel. This is about the most elevated position in the town and the . public will be well able 'o.sec the returns as they come m. The "Guardian" lias made arrangements to get wires from Sydney and the Kiv erina ieldctorate at frequent in tervals during the evening and they will :bc posted up as they come i...
Tocumwal Guardian RIVEFINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897) FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
Tocumwal Guardian RIVEFINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. Everything points to the likeli hood of the elections being what in racing parlance is called "a near thing." In the fighting chance electorates where Liberal must beat installed Labor, there is, with few exceptions, high hope of victory. In like manner Labor is talking almost every where with confidence. The issues are ackuowledgedly mo mentous beyond those of any election since Federation. It. is sought by a complicated Refer endum vote, to make such alter ations to the Constitution as will pave the way for Socialistic ex periments the like of which have, throughout; nisi ory, brought sor row, ruin and often bloodshed in their train. It is openly avowed that, if the Referendum is passed and Labor returned to power, these experiments will be tried. .The Labor Socialist lead er, Mr. Fisher has said previous ly to die last Referendum vote : —"Eliminate Socialism from the , I abor Party and the Labor Party has nothing left.". The...
RIVERINA RAILWAYS. Mr. Wade's Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
RIVERINA RAiLWAVS. Mr.' Wado's Specoh; \ Mr. C. G. Wade, ex-premier of New South Wales, visited To cumwal. on ' Tuesday, and ad dressed a good meeting in Hill son's hall at 2 p.m. Mr.j J. D,, Davi'es occujiied the cliair ant}' introduced.-Mr. Wade, who pro ceeded to explain the " policy of his party with regard to border railways*-' An '-erroneous im pression had.' lie; said, gained ground that he,.and his, Party were against the construction of border railways. As a matter of fact he had been the first to sound a note of decentralisation. The Party. was'; pledged to a policy. He read the report of a deputation which had waited up on him on the 18th August 1910 to submit resolutions arrived at just before by a railway confer ence at Berrigan. The piopos als were in the direction ,of dup-. heating iiiain lines to' facilitate transit, the linking up'of the ends of evisting lines, the con nection of lines extending to near the Victorian border , with those of 'Victoria, the acceptance....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
When Ruby couglis and Fanny chokes,' An Rutlre hangs her head, And mother- sighs and father snorts, ■ "I wish that I were dead,'1 " Then Grannie , reaches for the shelf, . A bottle-to secure, And' gives ' , us life-—man, child ' and wife, ; . With Woods' Great- Pepper .mini:- Cure, - NOTHING TO EQUAL IT, „ "For the-,immediate relief and complete cure of influenza there is, nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." writes Fanny Bonhote, Marnnvah, -Tas. "It has relieved me of this com plaint and I have recommended it to neighbors who have found it to cure coughs and colds in al most any form. One dose has al ways given me relief and one bottle always cures my colds." Sold by J. G. Wilson', Tocumwal, Miller and Groycr, Finley, and all dealers in medicines.
HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
HORSE SALE, j Messrs. Campbell and Coy., rejiort having held a* special lorse sale at NumujJcah on I'hursday last : with Adamson ■itrettle and Co., when Mr. Don jld M'Leod's draft of 90 heacl of iight sorts were offered together with several lots. There was ^ | stood attendance of buyers and i the demand of., Mr. M'Leod's lot neing fairly keen, 49 head were ;old under the hammer at prices ranging from £8 to £20. The Auctioneers have also. iold several • draught .' Geldings during the week as follows :— for Mr. .X. Leavy at £52/10/, Mr. R. Chapman £50* Mr. S. Cliap man, £50,.Mr; fi. Fox £50 and £4$, Mr. J. Cummins ■ £47/5, Mr. M. Linehan £41 -and Mr. P. McCormaek £40.
NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
W o«5fi NUMURKAHL' Mr. R. Stnnger met with a. very nasty accident on Tuesday,' at'Waaiar Tie was breaking in-i young horse when the anirhal lashed,. .ou|y;with; his.hind legs.' •Tfu| fiill: fpi't:" was received by Mr,!: Sfapgiyv on the chest. He was'brought into Numurkai) by Mr., Heyward Jor medical.treat ment-^ s /&lt; ■',*; ' The infant., child of Mr. aiid ■Mr£*/TvJjsenyon,- of Numurkah, was badly scalded on Monday evening', through a cup that con tained boiling watei1 -being, acci dentally -knocked over.'' Medical attention-was'' - obtained, and: the little one .was made' jig comfort--, able as possible.' ' V '. .' The dbg poisoner is at wo'rk . again,..and, several valuable dogs, have been Idst by the aid of poi son during thei-past week; i One' of .the best^cattle, and ;sheep dogs -ift r-tTF»e' district,5 &lt;S\\hied'1?y-Mr.- W Horei 'Nvas^ found to;;have taken a -bait on I^riday niglit,. and though 'remedial'' measures 'were taken /they .proved/,; unavailing. T...
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
JERILDERIE. The Jeriklciie Football Club lias decided to join the Southern Rjverina > Football Association tljis .''season. The- Association nov,:;' comprises the .RpU'.-.v. fierrigan, Finlcy and Tocumw;.. clubs. The .'three local hdises—Lord Derby„-,Jim Foot,'atid Diadil—• owned by Mr. G. McRae, left for Melbourne last week in charge of Mr. B. Hodges, and will be train ed at Flemington. . ...The children's , . plain and fancy dress ball held on Thursday evening last in. ,the Jerilderie .Town Hall, was highly success ful. There was a large and rep resentative array of fancy cos tumes, the hall being uncomfort ably crowded. Proceeds are to go towards the furnishing of the Convent stallat the forthcoming R.C. Church show bazaar. No wonder stock owners throughout Riverimv complain bitterly at the delay and the cruelty to their stock while for warding tliem by rail to the Remington markets (Sydney). Last week a truck of sheep was sent from here to Sydney. The)' .were brought on Monda...
GENERAL SPORTING. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 30 May 1913
GENERAL SPORTING. Football. A general meeting of the local football club will be held at Tattcrsall's'Hotel on Wednesday evening next (June 4) at 8 o'clock, when a large attendance ij requested. Tocumwal juniors were "at home" to the Finley lads on Sat urday last, and scored a very easy victory by 77 points, the F.iial scores being :—focuinwal n goals 13 behinds—70 points; Finlev 2 behinds. Hie visitors were without the services 01" J. Pittock, J. Malone and G. M'Afl ister, and, although the trio mentioned can always be relied upon, their inclusion could not have effected the "final result. Frank' Btesnan1 captained . the visitors and together ' with H. Matthews, J. Jones, F. Burns, S. Malone, W. Barnes and K. Coul ter worked hard to avert defeat, .mt the}' were unsupported by the balance of the team who were exceedingly weak. For Tocum wal, ever)' man played well, but perhaps the more prominent 1 ones were W. Smith, W. Mitty, C. Herbcrte,. II.. ManseU, J i Powell T. Hayncs and I£. ...