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ON THE LAND. Wheat After Wheat. How to Adapt Good Methods. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

ON THE LAND. Wheat After Wheat. —How to "Adapt Good Metli ■ ods.— " . . '•, ' The farmer in the north-west who, having, taken a crop of wheat off his land, wants to pre pait it f -.r wheat again, aiH wbo: still wants to do it in accordance with- tffe best methpds, has really an excellent opportunity of proving himself if he cares to adopt the suggestion of the newly-appointed manager of Coonamble experiment farm.' Let it be noted, so that _ the method can be applied not only in the north-west, but in all that •portion of the State where the summer rainfall is good and re liable—such as Dubbo, Welling ton, Narromine and Gilgandra. The practice of following wheat' with wheat is not al together the best, of course, and if continued for a few years the effect is to deplete the store of plant food in the soil to a state of complete exhaustion, as well as to encourage the spread of pests, but successive wheat crops in two fair seasons gener ally justify the practice to farm ers, and while...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Berrigan Parish). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

I CATHOLIC CHUKCli. I .(Berricau Parish). : Berrigan 9 a.m., Evening De votioRS 7.30 .p.m. Tocumwal 9 a.m.; Evening-Dp-.; votions 7.30 p'.m. Barooga 11,a.m. ' • Rev. Father Flemlhp, . ■ Parish Priest. 1 iJcriUlerio Parish). . • .. Sunday, July 31, Finlcy I X.;a.,in. Fvcninff Devotions 7.30 p.m. O. CLARK, Kcctor.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

PUBLIC NOTICES. ' Wm. SKELLY and CO. r^ESIRE to notify the Public of Tocumwal aud District that they have purchased the Stock and Station Agency Business of Messrs Campbell and Co., as from the 1st • APRIL, 1913. They will retain the services of Mr. W. J. QUIRK and Mr. h. II. B. WEBB at Tocumwal, and all correspondence and other business will receive^"prompt attention, Regular Stock and Horse Sales will be held as advertised and a specialty will be made in Clearing and Land Sales.' Wm. Skelly & Co. Stock & Station Agents, Tocumwal. and 424 Bourkc street Melbourne. GRAIN FEED sows all kiuds of seeds with unerring regularity. Does not bunch the^seed MANURE FEED sows positively ANY manure, regardless of its con dition, and gives each seed an equal amount. ; CHANGE oe QUANTITY got ;■ by change of speed, NOT by alter •' ing the delivery opening. SPEED I- - DEVICES for Grain and Manure ] are powerful spur gears—simple, ! easy to alter and impossible to'slip. G. PINHOeK, Lo...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

ANGLICAN." ; '-rr^ St.; Aiban's Church, 'locum- j vyal at 7.30 p.m. : Mr. .A. Thorley. Finley 7.30 i3.m. ,;*<• ■ I Rev. J. Verso. j

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELL YOUR WIFE EVERYTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

TELL YOUR WIFE EVERY THING. The advantage of telling your wife everything is illustrated in the following story, the subject' matter of which really happened not a million miles from Tbcum wal. A chap whose hobby is p_rize -poultry, had a handy man whpse name is Cook. • The poultry lover recently made a purchase, but told not his wife for fear she might round on him for extravagance. He gave the two cliooks to a carrier, and said : "Now., go in at the back gate, find Cook, and give them over." Later in the day, he rang up his wife saying he was bringing two men home to din ner that evening, but not to go to much bother, as they were not important guests. Dinner went off_most successfully, and after the men had departed hubby : congratulated' his better ' half on the ability of the new Uook.;.,-'Best roast fowls I ever {tasted','!: ■ he declared:"Well,t • dear, }'ou have yourself to thank ■for that. You certainly chose ,a nice young'--pair:" "But I never chose them," was the astonish...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Subsoiling With Explosives. When Not To Do It. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

Subsoiling With Explosives. —When Not To Do It:— "My cxpencnce has been so far that explosives will economi cally break up hardpan when the condition of the subsoil is hard, and.dry, but .when it consists'.of; stiff clay, the'eifdct is merely to compress the clay into a basin or cavity, and any cracks which" may be formed do not extend far. The time to use the ex plosives is when the subsoil-is dry and brittle, as it usually is at the end of summer and just before the ' winter rains. This year on acount of the " heavy showers wef have had, the sub soil Js in a more or less plastic condition, and the advantage gained does not appear to justify -the cost of the explos ives." This -was the opinion of the South Australian inspector of explosives, in the "Journal of. Agriculture," and the point be ing of interest in New South Wales, where a good many farmers and . orchardists have been thinking about and practh • ing the method, the attention ff the inspector who has been coil ducting th...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PARLIAMENTARY CRICKET MATCH. A "Play" on N.S.W. Politicians' Names. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

A PARLIAMENTARY CRICKET : MATCH. A "Play''<in- N.SsY/. Politician's' - Names/ . ^, (By Colchester in Rickards'. Re-.. .. -jriewr.-J ■Aye, said' DICK, who w-OSBORNE at-HENLE&on thfed.i"fc ^ LEE; .'.what PRICE a game of cricket down in the PARKES? I can get a bat and BALL, etc." • r " replied his .mate ARTHUR; "If I CANN I .will be LEVIEN .work early to-day, al though even if I "DOOLliY-ve HURLEY I must give my sister . - MIN-A-HANd before I think of LEV(Y)-ing." - "How.about-the only'JONES," ' " said Dick. "Do you . thmKEii GAN get off?" "No," was the reply J ' "He ..has to. go -for: Jus s * MEAGHER to the-d'AyLOR and-.- ? ? MERCER,": . ' ■Teams- were however eventu ally selected, and the" question ... , v arose ,who .was COHEN 'to bat first. The captains tossed as though they .were experts at 'EDDE^I-'em. "What about an ■. umpire?.": asked Arthur. :"The other skipper replied "WILL-IS -... umpire, because,, like HICKEY's: boots, he's all talk, and he's HUGHES-ed to...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PROPOSED FREEZING WORKS. Advocating Its Claims In Tocumwal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

PROPOSED FREEZING WORKS. Advocating Its Claims In To* cumwal. " considering the importance or the project there should have been a. very large, attendance of farmers-'and graziers, at the meeting in Hillson's Hall, on Thursday evening of last week. Instead, there were not a dozen present, despite the fact that it had been well advertised by ■papers and circulars. . The night was dark and rain threatened1, and this may have been the cause, of the comparat ively little interest taken in the movement, which is to get shares in the Goulburn Valley Industries Co. Ltd., of Shep paf-ton, taken. by . the farmers and graziers of these parts. The idea of the company is to establish a freezing works at Toolamba—a few-:nliles on the south side of Shepparton. Suf ficient shares' have, as-a matter -.ofj.facti already i'been taken in ,'tljp,- company to justify the di rectors, in. proceeding with the crection .of the works, but it is thought by the board of man agement .no harm can be done by- a ....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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H.A.C.B. BALL. Marked Social Success. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 25 July 1913

H.fl.C.B. BALL. Marked Social Success. 'I,lie second annual bull-of the Tocumwal H.A.C.B., Society, which was held on Friday even ing of last week, will rank, witli ">ut,'doubt,' as one of the most successful- social events of lhe year.' It was held-in .the Con • \<nt School Hall,' and as usual when the Society lakes any thing in hand the greatest en thusiasm was thrown into, .the' arrangements,' which were as ' near .perlection as -possible. The large crowdr numbering well on towards. 200, persons, spent a most enjoyable 'Time; and praises were loud and long alr the completeness of . the ar rangements, and .the capable manner in which the ball . was being managed. ■ This success' was ;due ' to,', the'..'energies ol the. secretaries, Messrs. P. lien ' liedy and P.'Ouirfe, and • Misses Oniric and- M'Coiinaug'lityr who worked with a will to achieve the best results possible: Not an'effort was spared by the two ' first-named to ensure the perfect harmony in the .working ,...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

DENILIQUIN. A peculiar coincidence came to lijrlit at the. Oddfellows' Lodge on Thursday night. Three new members were initiated, each of whom was 28 years of age ; all were liorn in the month of T'ebniciry, and two were born 011 the .same clay in that month. A .heavy fine was imposed by Mr. Scott,' P.M., at the Police Court on Monday, when George Tie pleaded guilty to having, opium in his possession. The P.M. fixed the penalty at £20 or the "alternative of four ■ months', imprisonment. The fine • was promptly paid. Another charge of smoking opium was with drawn.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

JERILDERIE. Owing to the alteration in the railway time table, the train leaves -here ten minutes earlier each morning for Sydney, and the mail is made up at 10,50 a.m. daily. The mail south by train to Finlcy closes at 3 p.m. Business people are advised to be on the alert against spurious sovereigns and counterfeit flor ins, which are being passed in scores in Melbourne. The counterfeits are said to be such good imitations of the genuine coins that exen experts, some times fail to detect them. There is no doubt a gang of coiners carrying on their illegal operations in Melbourne at the present time, who now have their emissaries in many country towns, victimising the public. • A meeting of the Jet'ilderie District Hospital was held on Saturday, J3th inst. Present: —Messrs. Rochfort (chair), Firth, Hardie, Glenn ancj. Rev. Dykes. The Matron's report was read and received 011 the motion of Messrs. Firth and Dykes. Mr. Dykes said ■ that he had authorised the Matron to expend up to ils ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. BERRICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. BERRICAN. A meeting of the committcc of the Berrigan race club was held on Friday evening last, Mr. H. Threlfall presiding over a small attendance. It was decid ed to hold a, race meeting -on the day after the show (Friday, October 10); and that a further meeting be' held this (Friday) evening to draw up a pro gramme. • _ The committee of the Berri gan Rifle Club have decided to offer the "Gedye" . trophy, value £\/i, for competition on the first Wednesday and Saturday afternoons in Angust. The con ditions are seven shots and two sighters at the 300 and 600 yard ranges;. 50 and 20 rounds of ammunition will be given to the second aiid third highest scores. In order that the handi caps may be justly framed, shooters' arc requested to attend the range in the meantime.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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THE FARMERS' PARTY. Aims and Objects. VIEWPOINT OF THE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

THE FARMERS' PARTY. Aims and Objccts. VIEWPOINT OF THE DELE GATES. In view, of the fact that the farmers have become a more united political force than at any period in the history of the State, it will be interesting- to re view its aims and objects. - Fanners to-day assert that it cannot cease to be a political body without altering or at least abrogating, its constitution.. It is already a political body; it is registered as such under the law of the land, and its aims and ob jects are set out in the document which the Governor of the State in Executive Council had before him on the day when the regis tration was authorised. In 1910 on the 6th day of' December, it was registered as an associa tion, not,for profit, under Sec tion 52 of the Companies Act of. 1899, and Clause 3 of the Mem orandum of Association set forth its objects. •The political part, is placed in the .very- forefront of tiie list of objects summarised, the}' are, to unite all the farmers' unions and settlers'' a...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINLEY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

FINLEY NEWS. LOCAL AMD CEH£RAL. At the last meeting o'f the Finley Progress Committee it was decided to add the names of Messrs.. R. II. Parker, A. Hamil ton and J. Quirk to the sub-com mittee " appointed to collect evidence in favor of the pro-' posed railway extension from Finley to Deniliquin. The farmers and settlers of this district have a lot to be thankful to Mr. .T. T. Close for. His up-todate works right in'the heart of their district gives them a better feeling of security in times of plowing and harvest (hat could not possibly be there otherwise. Mr. Close's" foundry and works are probably the most complete outside any metropolis in the Common wealth, and there is, no requisite farmers cannot get from him in their hour of need. His foundry ii; well worth a visit from any farmer in'the district, and it will be found that lie will suit them . as well, or even belter, than any outsider. There is an awful amount of red-tapeism in connection with the various Governmental De . ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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PHASES OF THE MOON, 1913. July. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

PHASES OF THE MOON, 1913. July. Lust Quarter.—Saturday; 2GII1. August. New. Moon.—Saturday, 2nd. First Quarter.—Saturday, 9th. Full Moon.—Sunday, 171I1. Last Quarter.—Monday, 25U1. Soptombor. New. Moon.—Monday, 1st. First Quarter.—Sunday,. 7th. Full Moon.—Monday, 15U1. Last Quarter.—Tuesday, 23rd. New. Moon.—Thursday, 30H1. Ootobor. First Quarter.—Tuesday, 7th. Full Moon.—Wednesday, 15U1. Last Quarter.—Thursday 23rd. New Moon.—Thursday, 30th.

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

Public Notices. MOT6R CAR A VAl^ABkE for Hire ou any Roadway. Good Careful Driver in Charge. Apply to— ■ ■ . V. \VAL,DON. Casey'sJ Hotel, Tocumwal. W. E. Horberry. First=class Tailor and Cutter Deniliquiu-street, Tocumwal. Hand stitching a speciality, Goods Guarantied Well Shrunk. Cleaning and Dye.r ? done on the Premises. • Style In Suits ;-/:<3ostumes and . , Overcoats. an. yon mean when you say Style, qu"- a Perfect Combination of Qi-.trl ",j ...iflty in Material, Excellence iy -Mak.-" !*" ing, -Correctness' iu Cut, Fineness of Finish, and a Fit Above Critiism, then we are the people you are look ing/for. We ask you to Inspect a Stock-' of New and Fashionable Winter Suitings at Prices to suit all. m'Piierson & Harding, ToeuMWflLr Farmers Note. VACUUM Oil No. 1 Grade 3/9 gallon. J. T. CLOSE, Steam Implement Works, Finley. Chaff-Cutting, D. harsltor Ulupna Farm, Finley. BEGS to uotifv Farmers tliat lie lias purchased (i new cliatl-cuttiiig plant, and is prepared ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

To every wan upon this earth Deatli coaictli soon or late, And very few, if any of us, liver know our fate. ' Hut this we know,—of it we're sure— No matter what we may en dure—i That wc can soon r»et well anu strong By taking Woods' Great Pep permint Cure, \ READ THE "GUARDIAN."

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

THAT BACKACHE WARNS YOU^ ' Swry Picture. tells a Story, ,Do you. realise what important work the kidneys do t po you know \hat every drop of blood Jlozvs through the kidneys hundreds of times a day! Do you know whyj To bo filtered,—tpjliavo tho im purities taken out. That is Ihq. great work tho kidneys'liavo'to do.' They keop # the blood pure—tako out the poisonous ..wa&to and dis pose of it through tho bladder. It is this poisonous kidnoy waste „ which Causes, gravel, baekaeho, rhemuatism, lumbago, dropsy, and stone, when it is" left in tho sys tem by weak kidneys. """ ' — A kidnoy and bladder.medicinois needed to,help tho kidueys throw off this poibonous waste. That is what Doan's liackacho Kidnoy Pills aro for. They oro solely for tho kidneys ainl urinary system, Tliey do one thing only, hut they do that oiio thing Well. They regulate tliu kidnoyo and bladder liko ordinary medieinej regulato tho bowols. Prieo^ 2/0 n hotfclo, six . bottles ; 1G/3, of all, chemists, and sto...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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RULE FOR MEASURING TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

RULE FOR MEA8URINC TANK8. Add together the top area aud the bottom area together with four times the middle areas, ..divide the result by 6, and multiply by the depth. If the measurements ure iu feet divide by 27, and 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 .too...bottom area •10 k 50 x 4 8000...middle area 13,200 13,200 divided by 6—2,200 2,200 x 10 (depth)--22,000 cuDic feet 22,000 divided by 27—8,14—area of tank iu cubic yards. If you want to Cud size before : sinking you cau obtain the length and breath of what the bottom will be on completion. Thus: This tank laqs the top measurements)-... 60ft. by 80ft. j depth, 10ft. ; • slopes on three sides, 2 to 1, aud on one side (the roadway) 4 to 1 ; iu the. bieadth, 2 to 1 for 10ft.—20ft, this ou either side—40it. This sub- v, tiacted from 60ft. leaves 20ft. iu bieath at the bottom. lu the length ou one side, 2 to 1 slopes x 10— 20ft.; arid ou the remaining side...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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OUR OPTIC ORGANS. Copyright. PART VI. (Continued from last issue). [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 1 August 1913

OUR OPTIC ORGANS. A concise and comprehensive " Essay on thd Human Lye, in six sections namely—Anatomy, Op tics, Physiology, Visual Defects, Optical Treatment and Hygiene. By A. A. ABOTOMEY. [Copyright. J PART VI. (Continued from last issue). )By hygiene of the eye is meant the avoidance of those luibits of living 'which are detrimental to the eye, and the observance of those rules which maintain and promote its health. The writer has arranged, a table of ten wrong habits of daily,-life, and has called it the "Optical Deca logue." Some of the advice it contains may seem rather rigor ous, for most of us, it is feared, are guilty of most of the habits' sought to be avoided; but any one who has a lively regard for -tlje care of his eyes will do well to bear them in mind. The ^habitual - avoidance of these ' "thou-shalt-nots" Will preserve the eyes' in a sound and healthy condition, or, if naturally de fective, will prevent them froni' growing worse. The reasons, for most of them are se...

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