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Polling at Tocumwal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Polling at TocumwaJ. ■Polling . 'lay in Tocmnwal dawned wet and dismal-looking, and the prospects for a big Lib eral vote did not seem very br'ght. It was recognised that il the Liberal candidate had to depend largely on the farming vote for his election, there would be sure to be many who would stay at home, particularly among liie female voters. A bitterly cold north-easterly wind was driving before it showers of rain that made outdoor existence very i npleasant. Both parties, how ever were at work early, and throughout- th'i (lay lost 110 op portunities of getting their sup porters to the polling booth at the Tocumcwal Court House. S0011 after noon the rain ceased and for awhile the sun shone out. Consequently a good many vot ers from the country were able to visit the town, although there were a few women and older /oik ' ill-health who were not too ro bust and would not brave the ele ments to exercise the franchise. J was this class of electors who were deprived of their rights...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Strong Gain by Liberals. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Strong Gain by Liberals. The Federal elections were heid tlirougiuut the Common wealth on Saturday and aroused intense interest. The poll was the largest liv far vet recorded s-ince the establishment of Fed cialion and the Liberals made a c!c.\:i')ed adva'icc. I'hcy went to Ihc country 11 a minority of 11 i-nd.are now m a majority of at least one h tlr- House of repre sentatives. The}' have, how ever, lost f-roiiirl. in the Senate, a'tlyxmh the Liberal three in this' State have won crsilv. The two mennbers of 'he old House who left their patties some years since (Sir. William l.yne ancl Mr. Chanter) have been- defeated by substantial, majorities, the ...form er being unseated by a Liberal in Mr. Patten and the latter by Mr. •i". B. S. Falkiner.
FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
. FINLEY. .(Pyoij} our .o\yri correspondent.) M. J. Murpliy's friends are ; pleased to hear of his successes • v .'lately > .with 'he greyhounds, in J Victoria. There_ are rumors of a. Golf Club being...formed locally, and ■ cne intending member has been seen, practisingwith a . walking stick and a! china egg. 4- big percentage of jambs will Re marked iu . this "district and the^wqol cjip .'should be a heavy ' ene, as for this time of the year ■ the fleeces are exceptionally y.'ell-grown and the prospects are gpod for the i'PSt of the' growth of ■ the fleeces._ VVe have had a splendid fall of - rain throughout the district dur ing the latter end of last, week, . which will add to the already .Abundant' .''grass. The early crops will'benefit, whilst those sown .lately will come up very quickly. -Messrs. Lister Bros., of "The Ranche," have had a good lot of sheep feed already from an carlv sown crop and throughout: Tuppa) and Coree l" settlements &lt; lib ' crops are start ...
COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
COBRAM. ' Within two minutes of the din ner hour last Thursday, George Strachan, the chief smith at Mr. Jasy Grant's loundry; met wifh an accident .wliereby the sight &lt;:■( his right eye was badly injured. He was holding a swage, known as a "flattencr," arid as tlr striker's hammer came down on i' a small piece of steel from the swage flew up and hit him on the nose, then glanced off into the right eye and cut it badly. The pain of the wound was most in ^ tense arid the prospect of the irght being destroyed was so f,reat that Dr. Kennedy, who washed and treated the eye, re commended the sufferer to at once go to Melbourne to consult '• a specfalist. Mr. Strachari wept down the same afternoon arid rext day interviewed Dr. Edwar.l Ryan, who is now attending to him, but it cannot )'et be said whether the sight of the eye will be lost or not. Residents of this district were greatly grieved on Saturday l-V ' 'hear that Edward Rowe'/ of Koo roomoo (Who was better known to acqiia...
WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
WEATHER FORECAST, The .'following weather forecast has been issuedby Mr. J7 B. Din nell, of Lockinrt:— _ June 5.—Showery rain, heav ier to the ea' l. : June 12.—Showers' heaviest eastern parts. ; ' ■ Time 18.—Showers, inclined' to cold. ' • _ June 21, Showers. "• July 4.—Cloudy.. July 11.—Cloudy, and odd Showers to stormy east- arid north east parts. August 2.—Cyclonic storm in eastern parts of New South Wales.' August 9.—Cloudy, with show ers to the west and Victoria. August 25.—Cloudy, with odd showers. September 1.—Showery to stormy cond'tious in eastern parts and north-cast. September 7.—Cyclonic storms near central parts of New South Wales. ' ' ' ; September 15.—Cyclonic storm north-east and Queensland. ' September 23.—Cyclonic storm principally ir( eastern Queens land. October 7.—Showers. October 30.—Inclined to frost. ' November 6.—Shower)' to rain. ...-November 28,—Showery. December 8.—Inclined to frost. ■ ' '
Strathm[?]ton. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Strathmerton, The fine rains of last week have put quite a different com plexion on tilings generally. Crops and- fpdder are making 'apid growth,, and ■ the dread of another drought is past for this year." As a natural result roads are almost impassable. The trouble . on the road between . Strathmerton and Tocumwal could easily be made much better if some of the sand that is lying waste were carted onto the mud hanks that have been scooped up- : •
NUMURKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
NUMURKAH. A marc belonging to Mr. A. Kinnaird,. of Numurkali, gave birth to twin foals. Botli foals, . however,.,liave sincc died. TIic induction of the Rev. A. Lee to the chr-'rge of the Numur kah Presbyterian church' district, took place on Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. O'Sullivan, of Mooroop na, preached the sermon, and the Rev. H. A. Buntme, of Nagam J.ie, addressed the minister, and ~i;Iip Rev. F. C. Vickerman: ad dressed the .oiigregalion. The declaration of . induction was mqde by the Rev. G. Paul, of Shepparton, and the ministers present gave the Rev. Lee the rglit hand of fellowship. In the evening a welcome social was held. The-.half-yarly .meeting of the Numurkali branch of 1)ie, A.N.A. was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday night of last week, when the,following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing year:-—President, Mr. L. 'fully- . vice-president, Mr. Latta ; secre tary,' Mr. J. Davis; assistant secretary, Mr. R. j. Ambler; treasurer, Mr. ■ K. Seagrave ; Commit...
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
. JERILDERIE. Friends will be pleased to hear that Mr. J. A. T. Rochfovt, who. underwent an . operation in Mel bourne some three or four weeks ago, has so far recovered that he is expected to return home next Wednesday. Mrs. Rocli •f has been with him in the t during the whole of the time. A wire was received by Mr. G. .McRae, of the Jcrilderie Hotel, on Wednesday last, to the effect that the colt, Jim Foot, which ;\v;is sent to Melbourne last week, in company w'th Lord Derby and Diadil, had that day collided with another horse while being exer ! cised, and broken his back.. Jim Foot was a e'estnut colt, three years, by Foolbolt, and had com peted at several local and dis trict meetings during the past six months. . A general meeting of the mem bers of the lerilcleiie Football Club was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday evening last. •&lt; There was a large atlend anc, the President, Mr. T.. Nei vandt, in the 'chair. The dele gates' report was read and re ceived. I...
Postal Information. Tocumwal Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Postal Information. Tocumwal Post Office. Arrivals. Sydney,' Berrigan, Jerilderie, and Flnley, dally at 12.30 p m. Tuppal and. Pipe Lodge, Tues days, Thursdays, Saturdays, 2 p m Denlliquiri, Tuesdays Friday-$ p •Barooga, Mulwala, Corowa. Tu. s days, Thursdays, Saturdav-; > ■ Officers open for tbe d Mi- e mails on Saturday. nights ti>: t. an hour after arrival of coach ; „ Melbourne, Numurkah, Cobra u . Yarroweyah Shepparton daily J p. m . Dr^arturks. :' . Baiooga, Mulwala, Cprpwa, \16n- j. .a' daysj Wednesdays, Fridays,/g a in., Sydney, Flnley, Berrigan, Jeru-_ derie, dally 2.30 p m. Deniliquln, -Wednesdays, and Sat urdays, 6 a m. , Tuppal and Pine Lodge, Tuescui Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 0 a-ii " Yarroweyah, Cobram, Numurkih Shepparton and Melbourne, daily at 2.30 p m. W- WALSH, . Post Master.
Anglican Church. First Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Anglican . Churct.' First Sunday. ' Berrlgan n, (hc.) 8 a m.- Toe mnwal 7 30. ■ , Second Sunday—Berrlgan 7. 30. Tocumwal 7.30. Third Sunday^. • . - Tocumwal 11, h c. Finley 3,11 c, :• Fourth Sunday. ' Berrlgan n, hc. Finley 7^30. Tocumwal,7,30. ,, - , " , Fifth Sunday]^—Tocumw.fil 7.30. Rbv. J. Verso. Those In charge are kindly re-&lt; quested to advise us of any altera tions. " •'
DISTRICT NEWS. (Culled from Exchanges and other Sources.) BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
DISTRICT NEWS. (Culled, from Exchanges and other . Sources.) - BEKRICAN. There was only one link miss ing from .the Empire" day pro cession on Friday last, and that was the absence of the late Ser Peant Shaw in his regimentals, or' many years the old man was at the head of nearly every pr6 cession, .'arid many people ex nressed the regret that he had not been spared to take his place on Friday last, j.; One day list week). Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones met with an acci dent near Mulwala. Their horse shied at a baker's cart, and capsized the gig. Both occupants were thrown out, and. i he horse dragged the gig along on its side for some distance be fore pulling up. Mr. Jones re ceived several bruises and . abrasions, but Mrs. Jones escap ed unhurt. • ■ A ball , whs held on Friday ■ evening last m " the local School of Arts, under-the; auspices of the 'Parents anil '-'.'Citizens''-Asso :*• uatlon, andj'in kfiepiri^;Avith the Iiinpire Day's. celebration, it was ^ a great success. There were ove...
Finley Post Office DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Flnley Post Office Dbpartuhes. '' Dally, for Sydney, Narandera, Jerllderle and Berrigan,, 7.30 a m, train leaves at 8. Daily, for Melbourne and Tocum wal, at 9.45 a tn.. ' For Deniliquln, Mondays, Wed nesdays, and Fridays,at 7.30p in, ' coach leaves at 8 p tn. . " - .'Jerilderle Via Springfield, Tues days, Thursdays, Saturdays6.3o pm; ■ . Arrival^,. from Sydney, Narandera, Jerilderie, and Berrigan, daily at 7.10 p in. Ji Melbourne and Tocumw^l,' daily atS pm. ■■ - ' v-';., DeniliquJji! Wednesdays Fridays, 112.30 ai4i-:.§iindays 4 p w. Jerilderle, Springfield, Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays,' at 8 30 a in. F. M'DONOUGH, . Post-Master.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
PUBLIC NOTICES. Buildings. "I HA ZEN begs to notify the w • general public of Finley and district that be is prepared to supply estimates, and erect dwellings ol every description Address c/o M. j. Murphy, Terminus Hotel, finley. NOTiCE. | ] AYINC5 puri.li.is d ih; business l.itily .canieil'(.11- by Mr P. Fullivar, i br); to milify tbe public llial 1 b *e itpi'UL'ii a IJout Repair ing K.slb'i luiR-ni up) o.-ito Hill: on'* Hill, «le v !il r pu s will be exe out d ma It and p uuipMy. IIUQH ROSE, ' Tucuniwal Boot Kepjiiiing Depot. Notice. I" aui prepared to erect I'isa Houses at Reasonable Rates. Work manship Guaranteed. Plans and Estimates given. For further- par ticulars apply to—' • ■:'/ ■ . T. H. MILLER,' JDUltlgUU r.w. H. RODGERS begs to advise the public generally that he has commenced business as a GENERAL CARREER And tnuts to receive a share of patronage. Orders carefully and promptly attended to by H. Dunn. T. RODGERS. Tocumwal. NOTICE. A LL dogs tound on my property "■ will b...
"HIS NATURAL LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
"HIS NATURAL LIFE." "His Natural Life" (illustrated) ! the only complete and original text of Marcus Clarke's famous Australian story is a feature of the June issue of "The Australian Journal," which is a notable , example'of the general improve ment in Australian publications, both as-to artistic and literary.1 excellence.. The first ■ instalment of this vivid story of the convict days .of Victoria opens in this issue. Also in the serial section, is the commencement of a smart and attractive novel, entitled i "Phillip Steele," a pleasing ro mance of the north-west frontier. Among novels to be" included in the near .future is an Australian work from the pen of' Henry O'Donnel. Another novel and pleasing feature is the gratitu ous issue of Gordon's copyright poems, a complete version in monthly parts with artistic illus trations, the June issue contain ing the "Roll of the Kettledrum." The short stories are, as usual, excellent as to. themes and con struction, and the ladies' pages d...
Pesbyterian (Berrigan Charge). First Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
Pesfcytcrlan (Bcrrigan Charge). Mount Gwynne, 11 a m. j Boom onoomana, 3 p.iriV; Tocumwal, r 7 30pm.;/Roseneath, nam. Sayarnake, 3pm.; Berrlgan, 7.30 p m. " ■' _ '' vSecpnd Sunday. • . Berrlgan ii, Finley 3 15 and 7.3O Socks 3, Tocumwal 11 and 7 30. ; Third Sunday. • Savernake ii, Reseneath 2 45, :Boomanoomana'3, Tocumwal and 'Berrigan 7 30. • Fourth-Sunday. . Tocumwal 11 and 7.30, Rocks 3, 'Flnley 3 15, Berrigan 7 30. • Fifth Sunday. : Berrigan iiVFinley 7 30, Tocum wal 7.30. - Rav.rS. Brown, R, H. W. Bagot, Assistant
CHURCH NOTICES. Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
CHURCH-NOTICES* Roman Cdtliolle Churfch. Berrigan' Parlali^r-Mass. will be celebrated as follows:— • Saturday precedlng'lst Sunday of, ' month, Mt: Gwynne 11 a.m. "First Sunday of month-r . Mulwala 11, Savernake 11, even ing devotions, Berrigan, 7.30. : Second Sunday— ' Tocumwal ll. Eerrigan 11, Bar ooga 9, Evening Devotions at the; two former places, 7 30; Third Sunday— Tocumwal n, Evening Devotions 7 30'; Savernate it,"Evenlug Devotions, Berrlgan,^7,30. Fourth Sunday—" Tocumwal 9, Berrigan .9, Ba rooga 1 J, Evening Devotions at t the two former places.7 30., Fifth Sunday; (when occurring) ' Tocumwal ii, Berrigan nr Eve- v ning Devotions,''7 30. : " / . . I,atc Mass altered, from 11 a.m. to /' a.m. from November to J^ay. r ^;. &lt; . J. FLEMING, P P. ||
DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 6 June 1913
DENILIQUIN. Mr. S. Gill, of Monrwell (Vic.), is on a visit to Deniliquin. Mr. Gill, as a boy, was on the staff of the "Pastoral Times." For a number of years he has conduct- ed the Morwell "Gazette," which he recently sold to his son. Mr. Gill is a brother of Mrs. M'Leod, of Edward-street. It is with regret we record the death of Mr. Patrick McFaull an old and much esteemed resident of Deniliquin, which occurred on Sunday. Mr. McFaull had been in ill-health for some time past, and the members of his family were therefore aware that his recovery was not to be expected. Mr. McFaull was born in County Derry, Ireland, and came to Aus- tralia half a century ago. At St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning last an impressive service was con- ducted by the Rev. W. Tulloch in connection with the induction of Messrs. H. Lloyd, F. Jane, J. Skinner and J. S. Parry as ad- ditional elders of the church. The court of elders is constituted now by Messrs. R. H. Landale and J. Kelly, and t...
"DEAD" MAN RE-APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 13 June 1913
"DEAD" MAN RE-APPEALS. The story r>f a Mead' man wlio returned, was related at the Westminister Coroner's Court 'list month. Il appeared that on February i, Mr Odd.v, the cor_"i &lt; r, held an mnuest on a man who w is fo'ind dead in S'. Jame i' Park, and a l-niber of witnesses iworc that !i : was Henry Har nian, ajjed 59, with 110 lixed place of abode. O e of the witnesses who said lli.v j-lie was his eldest daughter, sl.ilcd that lie was in mimciI for £8 &lt; dii anil tlie coroner closely (|ue ■>• ioneil her as to whether she would still say the man was he: father if lie were iiot insured but the witness was c mphatic III-:' the 111 ;m 1 was licr lather. After hearing the evi dence, the ptry found thai the r an was Ilenrv Harman. The coroner now said that the sequel to this was that on Febru ary 22, Henry Harman appeared before, him to show that he was still alive, and it seemed that Harman had just come out of irison. He was, in fact, in pris in at the time ...