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FINLEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
On Friday evening last a meet- I ing' was held in the School of Arts, Finley for the purpose of forming a Progress Association, j Mr. G. C. Matthews convened the meeting and on the motion of v Mr. E. Jones was voc?i ta (he i chair. 'Much', .enthusiasm, was ! shown and a deep interest, taken in the proceedings by all prw'nt I .• Mr. .Matthews • explained liow ; necessary it was to form such an association to look, after the interests of the town and district-. He thought there werea lyimlier •'•of matters . requiringattention and the first and most important was railway communication with Dcniliquin. 'Town lighting, water supply, and a drainage .scheme were questions that the association should deal with, On the motion of Messrs. Close and Lewis it was decided that a Progress Association be formed and', called the "Fin'ev Progress Association." The: following* office .bearers were elected,:—president;, Mr.' (V. C. Matthews; secretary, Mr K Halifax | yicc-prcsidcnf—. J.1 T. Close ; tr...
—G.V.F.A.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
The principal match, for last Saturday was that between die' old rivals, Mukatah and Cobrain, and as both teams had been un beaten, the result was awaited with interest. After: a strenuous game Muckatah scorcd a victory by 4 points, the scores--beiug— Muckatah, j fxoals .n.' behinds— 46 points ^ Cobram, 5 goals J 2 beliinds^-42 points!' On the play Cobram should have won, but their kicking was erratic, and this lost thein the match., Numurkah defeated Tallygaroop 11a by 9 points, and Strathmerton beat Katunga-. by I point.
—The Draw.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
—The Draw.— .. The iollow.ing is the draw —Seco'.d Round.— V Ji'iy's . "• . •' 'J'o'citnnval .v, fte'rrigan (Darcy). . Finlcy v. Jerildcric (Bergin). Tuly; 12. Jcrilderic v. Tocumwal (Bergiii). Berrigan v. Finlcy (Darcy). . . ■ . ' July 19. '• Tocumwal •• Finlcy (Berlin'). Jerildcric • v " Berrigan (Darcy.) I lie matchc arc to be played ui iii'st-iii'iHK'i dub, and th". names in brackets are those of the central umpires eppointcd. •* . . ■
— Registered Players.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
^Registered Pfaycrs.—. . The following'men have been, registered as eligible to '/play wit!l their respective clubs for i this season — ' . Toeumwal.— . v' G. Blows. S; C. and' L. Boylfe; -J. and.- P.. Bowe, A. J. and M. Cope, W.rand J.; Cottle, • P. Cro mn,.P. Dqnni S. and E. Eddy, W. Mitty, R..- Elliott, R. Flavell, E. Caution, E. and W. Menhen nett, W. Smith, T., D. and J.. .Haynes, H., T., J., G., A., and %!. Mansell, M. and J. M'Con riaughty, J. Drew, H. and R. flearne, P. Hume, R. Hutson, C. Herberte J. Hennessv, S.Gent, j., G:iand L Grant, T. Morris,'A.. Kelly, J, and T. Powell*, J. Reynoldson, J. Rowe. G. Roch foijt, C. Shears, R. Turner, R. Teitz,- R. Tuck, T. O'Connor, C. Ware, H. Fagan, II. Shultz, S. Gusser, H. I-Ierberte, G. Chubb, W. and G. Bennett. P. Byrnes, W. Baker,-W. Walker, C. Coffee C. and J. Harrison, J. M'Farlahe.i H. Ware, J. and W. Wilson, li.. Jolley, W. Leo, H. Rose, • N. Harding,-B". Gray. , • —Berrigan.—:• . ' A. Ash, C. Hook, Rev. Father Bossence, W.."...
—Notes on the Game.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
- —Notes', on the Game.— Captain Mitt" played his best game of tire-season on Saturday, and should lie continue to im prove, as he is doing now will easily be the best man "in the team. He defends - splendidly,, marks well and is a good kick. "Joe" O'Connor also put in three quarters of ■ solid ru'ck 'work; he never seems to. tire' -and . was consistent 7'..'right throughout' the., game;It is- "a pity there were not more O'Con nors in the team. •- ' ; ;.v;: "Smithy" 'again 'played a clever game. As "rover" it would be impossible to play a better man, as he 'is smart .'and tricky besides being a good kick. For high marking, C. Herberte undoubtedly s.htJhe out above the other thirty-five players on .the field. The number of marks he took "way up" were a revelation :to the spectators. ; • R. Hutson played his' first game of the season and; did some nice - work on tlie forward line.'. He scored 'Poke's first . goal" and behind.'.; ^, '-v" ..... ' ".' J. Henessy,™ although he miss ed a c...
FOOTBALL. Southern Riverina Association. FINLEY DEFEATED BY TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
FOOTBALL. Southern Riuorina Association. F.INLEY JJIiFlLA'TILD BY TOCU.MWAL. (By "Rover."). " The Finley boys were at home to'Tocumwal on Saturday last when the latter scored a vic tory over the locals. Both teams were represented by their full strength, . and each were .sanguine of success. - There was a. very large at tendance, a third of which com . prised supporters from Tocum wal._ During the progress of the , game the '^spectators' repeatedly crowded on . the field, sometimes" being half way across the play ing, arerth,' which necessitated' the iim'pireStopping the game at least a ; ;dozen .limes. Surely something could, be done to remedy this evil, as not only, do' the offenders obscure the view of those 'who remain outside the oval but also interfere,with the players; At. Tocurnwal- ii'nd Berrigan the ground is surrouiid ed by a strong; fence, which helps to keep the barrackerti ;back, but at , Finley there ris not ' this -convenience, the spectators being allowed to wander ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
REMARKABLE SURE What' Clements--Tome- can do in reitoring the nerves to healthy power and maxing-the weakened aystem strong; A letter in point which it worth reading.. * No. 6 Post Offiee Placei, ■ South Melb/, 2/7/111 CLEM TONIC LTD.; • c M Yourtonic is one of.-the quickest ,nerve.and brain cures known. I.tried, all kinds of doctofe' medicines, and got' no relief as I 'have from ypur tonic. I could not stand anyone'talking to me, or the noise.of th6 town traffic. I lost appetite and weighty I was Uiat weak at times a-child could push me over. I had to give up- work. - &lt;1 lay hour after'hour,.awake,* row I can fo.to .bed and almost sleep at once* !y case was one of the worst I ever heard of. I thought,! would never get well. I can hardly ^believe the relief I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me,,and two or three more bottles will make me strong. Before this I was going twice a week : to ..the Melbourne Hospital, and many peop...
— Berrigan v. Jerilderie.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
■ . —Befrigan. \v -Jerilderic.— : ,! be above teams met'fci'r the first -time on Saturday last', on the ground of the former, when Berrigan proved victorious by the substantial majority of 22 points. The game wis-well contested till half time, when only a point separated the two- teams, but from then on, the Jerilderieites were completely outclassed. The final scores were :—Bcrrigan 5 goals 9 behinds—-ig points-; ■Jerilderie, 2 goals 5 behinds—M 7 points. • R Bergin gave general jsatisfactipnyafe central umpire.
—Berrigan Team. — [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
—Bcrrigan T&lt;5ani;.-»-' 1'lie team to represent Berri gan at locumwal to-morrow will be chosen from the following :— E.,; W. "and T. Quade, R. Den mead, W. Bruce, J. Kenny, Wi Ramsdell, A., W. and B. ligan, 1, Rintoule, A. M*Nair,:... Edwards, W. and D. Corcoran, Bert -and Dick Payne, B. Wiiealan, Jessop, M. Smoothey, P. Forrester, A. Ash, Bert Carter and R. Portley.
—Berrogam v. Tocumwal.— [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
—-Bemgan v. 'locumwal.— ..The above'learns, meet- on the grohnd of the latter to-morrow (Saturday) Snd as.both teams are level in'the competition a good game, should be the. result. Berrigan . intend bringing their "strongest eighteen, so it behoves the lgcals to keep'their' ."lamps trimmed'.' if they wish'to su'ccced. In order to allow the qame to.be -.finished in . good light, it is de bited that ever}' player be on-.thc "ground and ready io: -start at 3 p;m".-sharp. V The following.have been . chosen to represent •• To Giiinwal ,W:: ' Milty(captain), ,H. Hearn,1 W. and J: Cottle, J. Powell, W.' Smith, R. Flavcli, L. Boyle, C. Ilerberle, J. O'Connor, 'j. Mansell, A. "Mansell, H. Man spll,'j/'Mansell, E; Eddy, J. Hen nessy/'R. Hulson and C., Shear;;. Emetgencies-:—R. Eddy,'j. Drc%v and'lT/'i'M'Gonhaughty.' , Seject ors.f—^eo'.'.'Cliilbb^W'. -Smith and W:' Walker."' An}' of tfe .'-above who will be unable to plav, are requested to notify W. Walker at G. Haydon's. hairdressing saloon...
WHY WHEAT IS CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
WHY WHEAT IS CHEAP. Inquiries are Jo hand from some farmers in the N.S.W. wheat areas as 'to the reason for Sydney wheat quotations being lower than Melbourne and Ade laide, In the first place, the metropolitan millers in Victoria and South Australia have" been able, without difficulty, to get prompt delivery' throughout this cereal season. So with the Vic torian and South Australian shippers. The result is that nearly all the Victorian and South Australian yields have al ready been sent to the mills or the seaboard and very little is stacked unsold, inland. Sparse supplies mean a firm market lo cally. On the other hand, the Sydney dealers have been unable to get prompt delivery, owing to a shortage of trucks ; and there is not only a danger of N.S.W. wheat and wool overlapping, at this-side, but' of N.S.W. wheat and Northern Hemisphere wheat overlapping in London. . Hence an indisposition in London, Hull, Glasgow, aiid sister ports to bid up \ for Australian , cargoes (to load). Th...
FEDERAL VOTING SYSTEM. Electoral Officers' Remarks. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
FEDERAL VOTING SYSTEM. Electoral Officers' . Remarks. Mr. M'Laren, the Common wealth chicf electoral officer for Ne^v South Wales, was inter viewed in Sydney regarding some allegations of irregularities in connection with the present elections. The first subject mentioned was the statement by Senator Millcn at Parramatta on Thursday night to the effect that the doctoral roll card index for South Wales contained about 70,000 "dummy" cards, i.e., substitutes for signed claims for enrolment provided for by the regulation sanctioned by Parliament. Mr. M'Laren said :—"When the policc canvas was made in . 1912 they had in every case to obtain a complete claim from each person qualified for enrolment, and in those cases in which a claim was not fur nished at the time, what is known as a dummy card was placed in the cabinets and the proper card of claim was sent to the elector' for completion. Practically "the whole of these dummy ciirds had' been replaced by pioperly1 completed claims. In ...
F.AND S. ASSOCIATION. The Coming Conference. 222 RESOLUTIONS. THE COUNTRY PARTY PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
F.ANDS.ASSQCIATION. j Tho Coming Conference. 222 RESOLUTIONS. THE COUNTRY PARTY PROBLEM. • More interest than ever before centres in the coming confer ence of the Farmers and Sett lers' Association of. New'South Wales, which will meet in Syd ney on Monday next. A few days ago the classification com mittee of the conference met in Sydney and dealt with the 418 resolutions which had been sent in by the branch associations to the conference. As a result, these have been boiled down to 222 motions which cover a wide range of subjects affecting the interests of the men on the land. As a result of the increase in the association the conference will be larger than ever before, and the president, Mr: Robt. Patten, the new Federal member foi; the Hume, and his executive will have a difficult task to dispose of the business of the. conference in a reasonable time. • i The big question to be decided by- conference ■ is the- attitude which the Association is to adopt with regard to State poli t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
. For Chronic Chest complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, &lt;/6. It Worked WoncSers.7-,'.While plowing I was seized with influ enza," writes Mr. M. J. M'Avady, Ohura, N.Z. "I went to bed and was'so ill next day that I called in the doctor. He prescribed, for me but his medicine did no good. A friend rccomincndcd me to try Chamberlain's Cou^'h Remedy and I did. It worked wonders and I was able to resume my plowing in a few days." Sold by J. G. Wilson,. Tocumwal, Millar and Grover, Finley, and all deal ers 'in inedicincs. -
SHOW FIXTURES. For 1913 Season. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
SHOW FIXTURES. For 1913 8oason. Deniliquin—July 17 and 18. Narandera—August 5 and 6. Coolamon—August 12 and 13. Wagga—August 19, 20 and 21. Corowa—August 20 and 27. Barmedman—August 28. Ariah Park—Sept. 2 and 3. Junee—September 3 and 4. Albury—SeDt. 9, 10 and 11. Young—Sept. 9, 10 and 11. Finley—September 17. Cootamundra—Sept 16 and 17. Temora—Sept. 23. 24 and 25. Jerilderie—September 24. Hay—Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Berxigan—October 1. Ardletlian—October 1. Lockhart—October 1. Yarrawonga.—October 1 and 2. Cobram—October 7. Hillston—October 8. Numurkah—October 16.
DANGER OF FLOOD. Levee Bank Wants Strengthening. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
DANGER OF FLOOD. Louoq Bank Wanlc Strength ening. A largely attended public meeting was held at Staples'. Ho tel on Monday evening last for the purpose of considering what steps should be taken to induce the Government to con tribute something towards .the strengthening of the embank ment on the top side of the town. The proposal cumc from Mr. W. Quirk. The following were present:— Messrs. J. D. Davies (Chair), Dr. Chemlry, II.. Maher, W., 1\ and 1£. Quirk, 1\ Staples, H. II. Casey, R. J? Barton, J. Smithy [ G. Chubb, B. Wise, J. G. Wilson, I T. Boyle, J. Hcarn, K. Qrebner, i 11. Tuck, 1''. lloyle, A. Sheldrick, | L. T. Crawford and A. G. Stone The chairman explained the ; reason for calling the meeting, and emphasised the need there was for the strengthening of ' the levee bank on the top side of I the town. The weak spot .was really just about where the showground was proposed to be made, oil the Recreation Re serve. Not only was the bank needed to protect the property of j the to...
MR. FALKINER ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
mr.fahuneremter TAINED. As mentioned in the last issue of the "Guardian" Mr. F. Br S. Falkiner, who was recently elected member for Riverina in the House of Representatives, was publicly entertained at Den iliquin last Thursday. The May or presided. In his reply to the toast of his health Mr, Falkiner is reported by the "Times" as follows :— Mr. Falkiner was very heart ily applauded when he rose to re spond to the toast. lie said when he was first asked to con test the elcctoratc it was not with any idea that lie was fit to be Prime Minister or Treasurer.. He consented to stand because it would seem no would come out and after being through the mill he could quite understand why they didn't rush the job. , (Laughter). For three months and a half he had been going around the electorate address ing meetings and yet there were places lie could not visit. He had been addressing meetings for 60 days and 60 nights, so he beat the Flood. (Laughter.) He talked until his voice was going down...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 4 July 1913
JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING. Creates many a New Business. F.nlarges many an Old Business. Revives' many a Dull Business. Preserves many a Large Bus iness. Saves many a Falling Business. Secures success in Any Business. ADVERTISE IN THE TOCUMWAL 'GUARDIAN.' For Children's 'Hacking Cough al ni"ht, Woods" Grea1. Peppermint cure, i/G. After Oiheifs Failed.^-"I use Chamberlain's Pain Balm for a sore throat and have always found one ru.bbing to cure it," writes Mr. T. Dennis, Hihitaki, N.Z. "It worked wonders when I sprained my ankle, giving me immediate relief from pain after other liniments had failed; I al reeommend Cha. mberlain's Pain Balm for rheums -.tism, it having relieved me man'y times." Sold by J. G. Wilson, Tocumwal, Mill ar and Grover, Fn.iley, and all dealers in'medicji^e.