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THE SENATE. New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
THE SENATE. New South Wales. GOULD," (Lib.) 311,633 IvilLLEN,* (Lib.)' .304,865 OAKES, (Lib.) ..303,705 GRANT, (Lab.) .... ...262842 .WATSON, (Lab.) .-. .. 261,028 SMITH, (Lab.) 249,070 Victoria. BARNES, (Lab.) .. .. .269,594 RUSSELL," (tab.) .. ..27.5,602 M'KISSOCK, (Lab.) .. .268,570 M'COLL,* (Lib.) 267,064 MAUGER, (Lib.) 264,551 SALMON, (Lib.) 262,995 The Libera) three arc leading m Tasmania, but in Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia, Labor is ahead. The asterisk denotes the retir ing member. In the Referenda Count the 'No's' are over 20,000 ahead in N.S.W., but 'Yes's' still have a good lead in the aggregate for the Commonwealth. State of Parties. Although there arc a number of absentee votes to count yet, the probable *tatc of Parties will be as follows :— Houso of Representatives. Liberal 38 Labor .. 37 Senate. Labor.... .. 30 Liberal ... .6 Two seats are still in doubt, viz., Bitllarat and Illawarra La bor is leading in both.—(Sgd.) A. G. Stoncman, Murray-stree...
NEWS OF THE DAY. At Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
NEWS OF THE DAY. At Home and Abroad. At the Albtiry police court Ar nold Horse, manager of Cumber oona Station, was fined £2, with J't/Sl- costs, coc having failed to c.cstroy rabbits on the property. Wm. Plunkctl. inspector for the Albtiry P.P. Board, was the in-, formant; The Yarrawonga Traders' As sociation has decided that the business places should be closed ftom 12.30 r>.m. to 1.30 p.m. daily for luncheon hour. It is in tended to give this proposal a . trial for three months froni Mon day, June 2. •, Wednesday of last week was reported at Bright as the coldest day experienced ; in the district for many years.'; Snow" fell on . the hills, and Mount Bogong is covered with snow 4ft. or 5ft. f alls of from lft. to 3ft. are re ported from Mount Feathcrtop and Baldy, beyond Harrietville. At Murwillumbah the; -other night a "hat:;> caruiyal" was held at the1 loqal 'slcatirigjrihk. ''There were tall .hats;-worn, small 'liats. large hats, ugly hats, pretty hats, comical hats and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
PUBLIC NOTICES. Coursing - - Glub. "President's" Stake. Wednesday, June II,'13 For an unlimited tium'icr of all nged dogs, at Is'each, with Added by the Club. Nominators Must Bo Members. Nominations, giving Name, Age, Color, Pedigree and Sex, close wilh the Secretary nt Tntteisnll'.s Hotel on TUESDAY, 10th JUNE, 1CT13; at 7 p.m. Good Grounds. Hares Plentiful. Mooting!} to Follow JULY 9, AUCUST 13, AND 8EP TEMBER 10. Slipper, Mr. T. Powell ; Judge, Mr. M. Sbiels. H. H. Caskv, Gray Haydon, Presideut. Hon. Sic. FINLEY COURSING CLUB. (Registered- N.C.A. of N. S.W. also under I3cttinjr and liaming Act). Presidont—J. L. Coghlin Esq., Judge—D. Crnham, Esq., Slipper—Wm. Fuller, Esq. 8llp-Stcward--D. M Nnlr Esq First meeting WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 25, 1013. "ALLENOALE" STAKE. For an unllmltod numbor of all aged dogs, at £1/1/- each with £5/5/' added by the Club. SPLENDID COURSING CROUND. Nominations close at tho Tor minus Hotel, on Juno 24, nt 8 p.m. Nominators must bo mem bers, fco 51; 10 por cont...
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Mr. J. M. Barrie, the creator of "Peter Pan." and several Aus tralians are included in the King's Birthday honors. ' Mr. "Shubie" • Rowe, whose c'eath at Melbourne last week is recorded in to-day s "Guardian" was well-known in. and around Tocumwal. Miss Madge Temple, the popu lar actress, who has been dan gerously ill, and whose recovery bad been despaired of, is now out of danger, and. making good pro gress. Mr. J. Ffrost is still, in the M-ooroopna Hospital, where he has 'undergone two operations during the pa-.L week or so for an internal comp'aint. I-Iis many Tocumwal fri :nds will be pleased to learn that he is. progressing well towards recovery. Friends of the late Mr. J. C. Leslie, of the Corowa . "Free Press" will be pleased to hear that his vouiifest daughter Vera made a succtssful debut" as a singer-at a song recital in Dres den early last month. The Dres den papers speak of her voice as c. clear, charming soprano. Captain Reddish, Superinten ent of...
PRODUCERS' PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
PRODUCERS' PROBLEMS. The Sydney "Morning Herald" published the following recently in its leading columns :— While our producers have un doubtedly been doing well since the end. of the great drought in •'993, they have been faced with problems of increasing complex ity by way of offset. Had it not been for the high prices of their main products they would have found it increasingly difficult to light for a footing in the world's markets ; and the reminder is due because the man in the city i = inclined to forget his debt to the man on the land. The form er thinks of the millions of money wrapped up in wool and wheat, and rightly enough supposes that the pastoralist and farmer are lo be envied when good seasons' follow one another. But the city dweller probably does not know, r does not recall the fn last year our flocks of sheep were reduced by six millions in conse quence of continued dry weather. Some holdings seem to have got so low that they are practically understocked io-day, t...
The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Tbe Rainfall. The following table sliows in points the rainfall as recorded officially at the I^ocal Post Office:— • Ofe!o»t -p &lt; pr-.*p . i m O* Oj mW cj\ w B oo ko to OlM OJ to to © EU 00 h-» CK tO OJ tOM - _ .. _ oow Hcncn oo vo coco cn oi o -4 o\ os cm cv OJ VD**4 09 OJO i Cn 00 OOW O* h Oi Oi Ol o oj cn o> m vj «sj H W N . K> O O r O OM (0 Oi M 4^ K> c\ o ln CH4* ■£> Cn O - ~ w* ^ w vow cn ^ VJ w Cmo o CACn MM & ' ' Otn^WOOM"*OCO| K> - C.J ck CO JO *&lt;[ vO o cn KJ 4* -4 M VO NO Cn OO'VX 00*04* &lt;j\ __ 0 H OiCnv] N U4^ K&lt;D w Cm Cn Cn vO vo m 4* Oj (MO i 4* to O 0> Cv Ch Cn o *-4 l *-J m Q\ 0> M W m O Cn C7\ vo &lt;=& o« \© Co to oo C« g, cr> 2.^ O vO 00 O CP H CtJ OJ 05 to ■P' t-lWO^lUICiOOO-l m« -J © )-»W C\W C/> W M
Victoria. Balaclava. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Victoria. Balaclava. WYNNE,* (Lib.) i&lt;5,5H .HOLMES, .(Lab.) ,, ,, ... 9,161 Sallarat. M'GRATH, (Lab.) 15.194 M'KAY, (Lib.).. 15.179 ■Batman. F.RENNAN,* (Lab.) .. .. 18,480 O'NEILL, (Lib.). .. 9,908 Bondfgo. • ARTHUR, (Lab.) 13,285 QUICK* (Lib.)i. .. .. ..12,028 JAMES, (Ind.).. .. .. .. ..720 Bourko. ANSTEY,* (Lab.) ... .. ..18,414 ROBD, (Lib.) .. 12,178 Corangamlto. MANIFOLD, (Lib.) .... 15,181 SCULLIN,* (Lab.) 13,574 Corlo. KENDALL, (Lib.) 13,905 OZANNE," (Lab.).. .. ..I2,i;8ij REED, (Ind.) .. .. 172 Eohuoa. PALMER, (Lib.) ..12,615 FITZGERALD, (Lab.) .. .8,367 ENGLAND, find.) 1,459 FnwUnor. I1ANNAN, (Lab). 15,553 I'AIRBAIKN," (Lib.) .. .13,466 Fllndors. IRVINE,' (Lib.) 14,01s RUSSELL, (Lab.) 10,215 Cippsland. BENNETT, (Lib.) 12,215 .vTSE,* (Ind;) io,4iji Crnmplans. IRVINE,* (Lib.) 14,358 STEWART, (I ab.) 12,174 Honty. BOYD, (Lib.) . .. 17,092 MILES, 8,439 HEWISON 351 Indf. AHERN, (Lib.).. 13,614 MOLONEY',* (Lab.) .. ...12,520 BROWN, (Ind.) " Kooyong. BEST,* (Lib\ 16,815 ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Empire Day Donations.—The secretary of tIie .Eni|)ire„Day.cele bration comrriitt.ec (Mr. W, E. Hobson) has compiled a list of .all "who made donations towards tiic fund to carrv through the Em pire Day celebrations in Tocum wal on the 22nd ult. We have the list 111 hand and it will appear in our advertising 'columns in next Friday's issue of Ihe ''Guard i?n." There will be a .small 1 redit balance after all accounts have been paid, and a full bal ance sheet will be presented to the public by the secretary. Dramatic Club Formed.—At a well attended meeting of town residents 011 . Monday evening it was resolved to form a Dramatic Club, to be known as the Tocnm wal Dramatic Club. The follow ing officials were cjected :—Pres ident, Mr. I'\ Iloyle ; Committee Mesdamcs C. Connor and Taulk rer, Misses Bisiiop, tlrove, Byrne and Armstrong, and Messrs. Hoyle, Barton, J. Byrne, R, Uni son, Mitty, Patterson; ti. Chubb, Harding, C. Shears, W. J. Tonkin and J. Armstrong, with p...
Queensland. Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Queensland. Brisbane. finlayson,* (l.ib.) ... 16,797 fenwick, (Lib.) 12,506 Caprlo higgs,* (Lau.) 11,589 dyer, (Lib.) G,i 14 Darling Downs. groom,* (Lib.) U2,tu0 allen, (Lab.) ..8,113 Herbert. lamford,* (Lab.) 0,540 mann, (Lib.) (5,358 Kennedy. m'donald," (Lab.) .... 8,895 edwards, (Lib.) 3,768 Lllley. stumm. (Lib.) 13,092 lilley, (Lab.) T. ...10,727 Maranoa. page;,*-(Lai.).; .. ..0,950 yeates, (Lib.).. 3,474 Mureton. sinclair,'* (Lib.) .. .. 13,983 sherlock, 'Lab.) .. . . 8,915 Oxley. sharpe, (Lab.) .. .; ... 1,467 hunter, (Lib.) .... ...1,064 Wide Bay. fisher,* (Lab.) 5,682 weini10lt, (Lib.) 3,140
Tocumwal Guardian RIVERINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897). FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Tocumwal Guardian RIVER INA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. (Established 1897).' FRIDAY, (>UNE 6, 1913. EDITORIAL NOTES. As forecasted in the last issue of the "Guardian" the Federal clcc t'ons have turned out a very close tiling. At the time of writ ing the position, of parties was, Liberals 3S and Labor 37, thus making the foimcr's majority one in a house of 75 members; There arc, however, one; or two seats in'doubt in which it is ex pected the Liberals will win, and thus make n working majority, in the Senate, however, Labor las an overwhelming majority, ll appears as if the position now created is somewhat farcial, as v>as said by Mr." Hughes on Tuesday when discussing the position of , J'ar.i ies. The one thing which' stands' out above all ethers is the crushing defeat which Labor has sustained. In the last Parliament it had a clear majority of nine members among its. own ranks in the House of Representatives, with the un rwcrving support of two Indepen dents. At the best it...
South Australia. Boothby. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
South Australia. Boothby. DANKEL, (L;ih.) .... ..15,900 CORDON,* (Lib.) . . .. 13,85? Grey. POYNTON,* (Lab.) .. .. ] 10,367' M'DONALD, (Lib.) .. .. .9,59; Wakefield. T'OSTER," (Lib.) i 12,781 HARVEY, (Lnb.) 11,223
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Football. J. lie draw, in connection witli the Goulbum "alley Football As sociation which starts on Satur day, June /, is as follow ■ Drumamire v. Numurkah—Fair less Tallygaroopnu v. Wun ghnu—Darcy Stratlimerton v. Cobram—Boswell ; Katunga v. Muckatah—Hyde. A well-atte ded meeting.of the Tocumwal Football Club was held at Casey's Tattersall's Hotel on Wednesday. evening. Mr. Casey presided and agreed to fall hi'with Mr. F. Staples in the pay ment of^ the amount owing on the special train last. year. Mr. Casey also promised a donation of a2/2/- towards the club's funds. A -:port of the- dele gates' meeting at Finley 011 Thursday evening will.appear in our next issL'."., . . . . Results of Saturday's "• metro politan matches :—League—. Geelong 6.11 beat Ese'ndon 3.5 ; Collingwood 7 .12 beat University 2.8; Carlton 4.13 beat St. Kilda 3.6; South Melbourne 6.16 beat Melbourne 4.4 ; Filzroy 6.7 beat Richmond 5.6. . Association— Fssciidon 4 s beat Footscrav 3.7 ; Prahran 7.5 beat Port Mel...
Tasmania. Bass. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Tasmania! | Bass. TENSION,* (Lab.) ... .'.7,202 MARGEirS, (Lib.) 6,450 Darwin. | O'MALLEY,* (Lab.) ... J. 7,480 MARSHALL, (Lib.) .. 6,800 Denlson. SMITH,* (Lab.) .... .J.8,2^0 TRENWITH, (Lib.) .. .. .7,227 PETERSEN, (Ind.) .... i.. 263
GENERAL SPORTING. Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
GENERAL SPORTING. Coursing. The second meeting of the To curriwal Coursing Club will be on Wednesday of next -week— when Iherc will be competed for the' "President's" stake, for an unlimited number of dogs at £1/1/- each, with £5/5/- added, by the Club. Nominations close en Tuesday evening next at 8 p.m. at Casey's Hotel. The first, com sing meeting for. five years will be held at Fmley on . Wsdntsdav; -Junt 25. The stake is_to be called the "Allen dale," and is for an unlimited number of dops at .£1/1/- each, with £s(sl~ added ■ by the club. '\on\inations close on Tuesday, June 24, at - Coghlin's Terminus Hotel, at 8 p.m. Mr. Coghlin is president of the Club, Mr. D. Graham judge, Mr. Wm., Fuller slipper, and Mr. D. M'Nair slip steward. ' The first meeting of'the Yarra Avonga Club was held on Wednes day, May 25 when twelve dogs competed,, the winner taking .£11, runne'r-iip £4, third dog £2. rqUo win g^are the ^results — -—The Draw.—; G. James' Flora Melena (Forge I —Cady.), beat. W...
CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Berrigan Parish). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
'catholic church. (Eerrigan Parish). Mass will he celebrated at To cumwal and Berrigan at II a.m. Barooga g a:.m. ; evening devo tions at two former places at 7-30 p.m. A thoroughly experienced awl practical gardener wants work in or near Tocumwal or Finley. See advt. in to-day's issue. I The committee of the: Tocum wal band thank all those who assisted in -naking the recent i ball in aid of the funds such a | success. A meeting of the members and all interested in- the -Tocumwal Jockey Club will be held at Beas ley's Hotel on Saturday evening next at 8 o'clock. A western editor, in acknow ledging the gill of a sample of onions from a subscriber, says': 'It is such kindnesses as these that bring tears to our eyes." Attention is directed to an ad vertisement in to-day's "Guard ian" fixing Friday, June 13 at 10 o'clock for the hearing of appeals in connection with valuations made for the current year by. the Berrigan Shire. The slander case, Archbishop v. . Norton, h~S'cost the latter...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
i'GULLOCH CARRYING COY. PROP'Y LTD. IN CONJUNCTION WITH WRIGHT HEATOfl AND 00. LIMITED. Forwarding & Commission Agents. CARRIERS and QENERAL MERCHANTS. Teams Running Regularly between Tocumwal and Finley. BUI© PRACTICAL Watch and Clock Maker, BERRIQAN OPPOSITE SHIRE HAIJ,. "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, Cfocks, and Jewellery repaired. THE u Tocumwal Guaraian Riverina Echo/' Published Every Friday, at Tocumwal, N.S.W. JOB PRINTING of Every Description done on Shortest Notice. Support I«ocal Industry and Give Your Orders for Stationery, to the Guardian Printing Works. A. G. STONE^AN, Proprietor. W. 0'Qa.Uaghw. Sub-Artesian Well ^orer. "OEGS to inform residents of Toe ~ umwal and Finley districts that he Is prepared to do any con tracts in the district. Alston's miils, tacks, pumps, piping and all fittings supplied. Estimates given for co...
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
HOUSE OF REPRE8ENTA> TIVE8. Following aic the detailed re sults of the polling in the differ ent States :— Now South Wales. Barrier. ITIOMAS,* (Lab.)'.. •• HARRISON, (Lib.) .. .. •3.493 Oalato. PIGOTT, (Lib.) . 10,264 1SROWN,* (Lab.) .... ' Cook. CATTS,* (Lab.) DOULL, (Lib )..*.. .. • 10,563 WALSH, (Soc.) i Cowper. THOMPSON,* (Lib.) .. 15.603 HOGAN, (Lab.) .... • 5.903 Dalley. HOWE,* (Lab.) SCOTT, (Lib.) . Darling. SPENCE,* (Lab.) .... • • 9.534 TOWNSEND, (Lib.) .. .. .6,292 East Sydney. WEST,* (Lab.) ■•12.533 WTLLSON, (Lib.).. ..,9.43' Edon-Monaro. CHAPMAN,*-(Lib.): .. . .. 11,230 LESTRANGE, (Lab.) .. ..7,867 _ • Cwydlr. WEBSTER,* (Lab.) .. • • 8,329 BLACKNEY, (Lib.).. , • • -7.53' Hume. ' PATTEN, (Lib .. . LYNE,* (Ind.) '.. '.. • •9.543 Hunter. CHARLTON,* ...... FEGAN, (Lib.) .. .. .. . • .9.440 ll'nwarra. BURNS, (Lalv.).. .. . FULLER,* (Lib.).. .. • .i3.5&lt;>5 Lang, JOHNSON,* (Lib.) .... 16,290 LAMOND, (Lab.) 1-2,401 Macquarlo. CARR,* (Lab.) ... .. ...10,072 MOORE,...