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SHOW FIXTURES. For 1913 Season. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
SHOW FIXTURES. For 1913 Season. Nnrandera—August 5 and 6. Coolamon—August 12 and 13. Wagga—-August 19, 20 uud 2i. Corowa—August 2U and 27. liarinedman—August 28. Ariali l'ark—Sept. 2 and 3, J mice—September 1 and 4. Albury—Sept. y, 10 and 11. Young—Sept. g, 10 and 11. l'inley—September 17. Cootamundra—Sept l() and 17. 'i'omora—Sept. 23, 24 .and 25. - Jcrildcrie—September 24. - Hay—Sept*. 30 ami.Oct/: J.:v Berrigau—October 9. Ardletlian—October 1. Locltliarl—October 1. Vairnwun,ga—October I and 2. Cobrain—October 7. llillston—October 8. Numurkuli—October 16.
DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
' DENILIQUlfl. Since tlic Federal maternity bonus was granted there have been go Deniliqum applicants, who have, received £450. Mr. J. G, Carroll, one of the, candidates for the Liberal selec tion for The Murray scat, lias been in Deniliquin since Thursday morning. ' ■ Mr. Augustine A. T; Orrell was the successful ballotter for the homestead' farm of 379:/ acres at Moira, The ballot was conducted by the Laud Board 011 Tuesday. Mr. Donald Macpherson of the local branch of the Government Savings Bank, has been informed that hp passed with credit the examination of the Institute of Bankers. Mr. and Mrs. J. Robertson have suffered a sad bereavement by the death of their 12-year-old son. Last week the lad was taken' to the- hospital and oper ated upon for jippendicitis, and after lingering a few days lie passed away on Sunday after neon. Tiie sorrowing parents have received numerous express ions of ' sympathy from their friends in their bereavement. The body was interred in the local cem...
INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
INTERESTING ITEMS. . John Patrick O'Connell, a cook, was being conveyed to Wil cannia on board the steamer Rob Roy, when he took ill and died. While burning off dead 'timber at Condobolin, Angus Miller, ;o years of age, was struck on I he head by a falling tree,, and killed instantly. At the 78th half-yearly meetT ing of the Deniliquin and Moaaia Railway Company, a dividend at the rate of five per cent, per annum was declared. A soldier arrested at Willesden had one arm tattooed with a narrative of his courtships and the other with' a record of his family breavements, with mem orial tablets and tombstones. ■ • At Casterton, Vic., Edward Daniel Gazzard, proprietor of the Casterton "News," was finefl 10/ : "-.v-itl* £2/2/- costs, for having r.iblished an article commenting -v. political ^parties, without the signature of the writer. Statistics iust published show that during the first quarter of the current year, the consump tion of horse and dog flesh has increased in Germany, while ...
COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
COBRAM. The lease for nearly eight I years of the (irand Central Ho I tel, Cobram, was sold last week through. Mr. II. Tuck to Mr. L. Farreli, formerly of Yarrawonga and Wangaratta. The present licensee, Mr. L. Gedye, vacates oil the 31st instant, and Mr.. Farreli commences business on the following day. Several members of the1 local Agricultural Society met on the showgrounds'last Thursday, and by the cnergctic. use of brushes and- paint they considerably im proved the appearance of the rails, around the ring, also some of the buildings. As much more remains to be done it is intended to hold another "Bee" when .volunteers will be gladly wel comed. ' The annual meeting-of the Cobram Progress Committee was held 011 Tuesday evening, when there was ai satisfactory at tendance,, the chair being occu pied by Mr, H, Tuck. The election of^office-bearers resulted as follows :—President, Mr. G. F. Cox; vice-ureKi'denls, Messrs; B. Weiss, II. Tuck, J.P., and li. Sliding ; collectors, Messrs. ...
THE RIVERINA. A Visitor's Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
THE RIVER1NA. J A Visitor's Impressions. Mr. James Thorn, J.P., re '&lt; — turned to Sheppartori on Wednes— . j ... day evening, from a trip to the 1 Riverina, to see the conditions. ! there, and of which so much has ? been heard recently (says the ; "Advertiser"). With his' intimate knowledge of land, produce and stock, ..and exceptionally keen discernment, with a genius for forecast, Mr. Thorn is most re liable as "guide, philosopher and friend; and so when he returned from the Riverina last week, it ' .was only natural that a number ' of persons should seek him out i for information concerning this ' V his latest trip to a district which " is coming more prominently "under notice in Shepparton. Ever sincc the Goulburn Valley Industries. Company came into existence, the references made V by its directors, its-secretary and others, to the Riverina have been V.-: -numerous. From these large (, supplies^of.Jambs are anticipated \ / the freezing works; and a I'-. '• number of ...
JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
JERILBCRIIi; At . meeting of the Licensing Court, held 011 Satur day last a renewal of the lieense of the Federal Hotel was granted to Mr. Barbeta, of the Federal Motel, Berrigan. The licensing fee was fixed at .t'35 per annum, Widgiewa Station (Messrs. F. §. Ij'ttlJiiner and.Sons) cut out last week, when 19,000 sheep were put through. This yeaf Messrs. Falkiner and Sons used blades instead of machines, 30 shearers being employed. The concert in aid of the funds of the Jerildcrie Football Club on Wednesday last was a great suc cess and the profits should be satisfactory. The entertainment consisted of a nigger minstrel circle and a farce staged bv the members of the jerildcrie I Dramatic and Comedy Co. I The Jcrilderic Jockey Club waii reformed on Mondav last., when Mr. F. B. S. Falkiiicr, M.H.R., \v&lt;is appointed Patron ; Mr. S. ! Skevington President, and Mr. Jolley, secretary. It was decid ed to hold a race meeting on the day before the show, when A'6o is to be given aw...
FINLEY NEWS. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
FINLEY LOCAL AfoD GENERAL. Mr. G. Limbriek, of Finley last week sold a Berkshire boar to a breeder in Queensland. The price paid, viz, £20 011 the ground shows • there is money in breeding good pigs. Mr. H, G, Finn marked 135 lambs from a line of 129 ewes, •this is the first time this season we have heard of oyer 100 per cent. The ewes are cross-breds and there are many Dairs of twins Amongst the lambs. Mrs. G. Parker, of "Booroo banilly," last week sold through Messrs. J. M'Namara and. Co., of Newmarket _ (Vic.), a consign ment of this season's ~ laimbs, which averaged _ 15/6, which shows the high prices ruling,for early lambs. , Finley's pretty show ground is being speedily fixed up with buildings etc. for ; tlie forth-, coming show on Seotember 17. A very nice booth is completed and a large shed to house almost everything is nearing com pletion. " Last weetf. the weather was •very cold and rough and there were showers but all very light, and not heavy enough to soften the ground ...
Tocumwal Guardian RIVEFINA ECHO, and FINLEY FREE PRESS. Established 1897) FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
Tocumwal; Guardian RIVEFINA ECHO, 'and FINLEY FREE PRESS. Established 1897 ) FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913/ LOCAL AND GENERAL. 8 . Change of Business.—Mr. F. JIunt announces in this issue that lie has disposed of his To cumwal bakery business to Mr. Love, of Mnitland, who will take possession almost immediately. Mr. Love comes with a good reputation, and is certain to up hold the Rood name for square, business dealings built up by Mr. Hunt during his nine, months' rcsidcnce in Tocumwal. Mr. Hunt announces that all debts must be paid to cither himself or Mr. Love by the end of the present months. Mail Tenders.—Mail tenders closcd on Monday last for a num ber of road mail contracts thrdughout the State, to com mence on January I, '1914.' Amongst them were the follow ing :—Mulwala to Berrigan, twice a week; Corowa to To 'Aimwal, three times a week ; Kerrigan to Daysdale, twice a week; Berrigan to Cobram, six times a week; Deniliquin to Fin ley, and branch mails from Rob inson's and Pine Hill...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
DEATH. ' TARDY.—August S, at Nurse Airey's\Private Hospital, Tocum wal, Isabella Jane, beloved wife of: George Tardy, of Ulupna, in her 43rd year. ? THANK5. ^ ~ MR. GEORGE TARDY and family, of Ulupna, desire to • tender their sincere thanks to all kind friends in Tocumwal and district, for the many ex pressions of sympathy and con dolcnccs in their recent sad be reavement, especially to Dr. Hill I for his skill and attention.
SMALL POX SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
SMALL POX SCARE. In view of: the possibility of the present small-pox epidemic in Sydney spreading inland, sup- ; plies-of lymph are being sent by the Government Public Health :: Department, to all the Muni cipalities and Shires throughout^ the State. As in many' other towns there is a rush in Tocum wal for vaccination, At- Nar- • randera the mayor received a letter from the Department named, accompanying a supply of lymph, and he immediately . arranged with the Government Medical Officer there, (Dr.'Leth bridgc) to -provide 'vaccination free of charge. ' The Berrigaij. Shire -is in re ceipt of the following letter, from the Board of Health which explains. itself "I have: the ' honor to inform you that sufficient lymph is now" available! to enable a public vaccination depot to be opened in your town, if you can' make the necessary arrangements for the purpose with the medical practicioners in your district. A deputation from the British Medical Asso ciation which ' recently waited u...
GREAT ALL-AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
GREAT ALL-AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION. ' In connection with the Chamber of Manufactures' • Great All-Australian Exhibition, to be held in the Exhibition Building, Melbourne, from September 13 to November 8 next, compe titions for Industrial Designs and Modelled Designs will .be held, the object being to encourage the application of creative talent to local industries. . The competitions : comprise 43 different' classes, including de signs for- bookbinding and-: il luminating," lace and crochet work, tweeds and other textiles, jewellery, stained rrlass, fur niture, wall-papers, friezes and mural decorations, tiles (plain, encaustic and ^ majolica) pottery panels^ electric ' light- arid gas fittings and lamps, dinner arid tea sets,; bedroom • ware, stencill ed chair, lounge arfd table covers, curtains; and hangings, .- art needlework and: embroidery -applique, repousse finger-plates and bell-pushes, repousse bust-.; ness name-plates, clock cases (metal -and Woodwoi&lt;kV nHnr crosse...
BERRICAN SHIRE. Ordinary Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
BERRICAN SHIRE. Ordinary Monthly Mooting. The ordinary monthly, meeting _ of the Berrigan Shire Council" way "held at. the Shire Offices on' '--Monday last, when there were present:Crs. F. Hoyle, J. R. Rcynoldson, J. D. Davies', II.. Vagg, W; Pyle, Alex. Erskine, W. Greggery; W. Baikie and VV. IIelTcrnan.: .Messrs; W: Jermyn (Shire Clerk), II. Threlfall (Shire Engineer), artd! j. Roach (Shire Inspector), were also.present. The' minutes of the last meet ing-were confirmed and Outward correspondence approved. —Inward Correspondence.— The following correspondence was dealt .with :—v ■ From the Lands Department, concerning..survey--fees" artd call s ing-for objections, etc. re mat tors already dealt : with.—The extra survey fee and compen sation, amounting to £56, to be .yent to the Department. From the Corowa Land Board, re application for special lease of "The Boat," and notifying that' the hearing of application had ..been postponed to the next ■pj, sitting of die . Board.—Request ■■...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
For Children's Huckin" Coucrh at ni^ht, Woods' Grea: Peppermint cure, 1/6. ■ Up to Saturday last 95,364 claims for the maternity allow ance' were granted in the Com monwealth and 721 _ rejected.' In New South Wales 35,916 were made. . . • News . has bten received ' by gable that Miss Vera I &lt;-.slie, who ■ made "her first appearanre in Dresden in April, gave a concert in the Becksiein Hallj London, "last week, which was a great success. Miss Leslie is a sister of Mr. A. C.>Lesuc, prujjr...vc.' . the "Corowa ''Free .Press." ~ Councillor Tim Berry says he never, drinks anything stronger than water when travelling,- but he and a friend entered a way side hotel on one occasion. His mate asked for "3 Star." The publican planked a bottle, of "brimstone' down on. the counter and said, "Drink that, and I guarantee'you- see 40 stars."— Grenfell "Observer." Has- Repsatedly used It.—"I have repeatedly used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and always depend upon it when suffering from s...
DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. BERRICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 15 August 1913
DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchangos. BERRICAN. The two lamps erected in Uie streets of Berrigan, on trial to I.hc Shire Council'by the Gloria Lighting Co., have up to the present given c\ery satisfaction, and I here has been no fault to Timl with ibcni cither in respect to brilliance or expense. Miss Lowes, one of the teach ing staff of the Mulwala Stale s&lt;:ho;.1, has received notice of her transfer to' Oaklands and will t:'.J-; he:' &lt;kpaii'.:.e in a few days. Miss Lowes was'highly i'lipivcialcd by he\ |..i"ils and lilcwise the parents of the chal dron for iter ability as a teacher. , During the past week the weather has been consistently dull .and wind)', having the cffect of "drying up the ground con siderably. But in the period most of .the crops have made splendid headway, and look ever so better than .was the ease prc vir-nslv. ' • The annual bull, under the auspices of the local branch of the H.A.C.B. Society eventuated on 'Wednesday evening last and was a ...