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Supposed Cannibalism in queensland A MAN KILLED AND EATEN BY BLACKS. Cooktown, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Supposed Cannibalism in (luceiisluiul A MAN KILLED AND EATEN ; BY BLACKS. 1 Cooktown, Mondav. I Some four or five months ago it was reported that a man named P. Killane was missing from Ebeagoolah. He was lost alone prospecting in the diree- , tion of the Coleman, and not return- 1 ing home within a reasonable time the ! police searched, but without success. | It was thought possible that he had I made for some other district. The ; but a few weeks ago a party on the Coleman came upon the remains of a man They discovered a saddle and a 1 rifle, which were identified as having ! belonged to Killane. From the dis position of the remains, which were very scattered, it is believed that the unfortunate man was killed and eaten by blacks. So far no clothing has been found, and the only remains are ? the principal bones of the body scat- j tered here and there. There are signs that Killqnp's horsp wqs tied to a trep for a couple of days, and was then i probably taken awny by blocks, as no ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Experience at Sea. 700 MILES ON THE BURNING VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Terrible Experience at Sea. I 700 MILES ON THE BURNING VESSEL. The barque Ahnora, which took fire while on the vo}'age from Liverpool to Sydney with a general cargo, and put into Algoa Bay, arrived in Sydney on ' the 17th inst. The following particu- 1 lars of the occurrence were obtained from Captain Nicolle. On the 9th ] August, when the vessel was in latitude ' 4-Odeg. S. and longitude 39deg. E., a | lire was noticed in the hold. All means 1 v?ere adopted to get the fire extin guished, but without avail. Several attemps were made to get b;*lo\v, but the smoke was so dense and the heat so great, with the flames coming up through the hatch, that the attempt was abandoned. When it was evident that the lire was increasing, and- the heat around the hatch was getting so great that no one could stand there and pour water below, the hatch, as a last resource, was closed, and every hole made air-tight. The pump well was sounded, and 20in. of water was found to b? in the ship. This was pur...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hay City Band [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Hay City Band A meeting of the playing iflftintyir.fi ( of the newly-fur-qied Qity Blind -yiVi iiiilci on Tqesdiiy pveiiiflg. T'llW -VP!:P present: — ftjessr^. J. t}o,ni\ld§nMj j ApM J- 'Taylor, A: If. A. ♦Schmidt, ftnd T- Swimmi I Air. ^(ihiflidc was appointed lion, secretary to the playing members. I Messrs. J. Appd nnd H. A. Sphniidfc lvpresent tho phtyeps on the town1* j committee, and also to confer with tht* j Commonwealth Celebration Committee IV the Band performing ut tho demon strations. j A meeting of the general committee ( j will be held to-morrow evening (Fri- ] day) to consider applications for the position of bandmaster.' j I It was decided that players wishing to become members must be proposed I tmd balloted for by members of the ; l-gpnd, ft»d on receiving ft majority yptp ! will liave their names- submitted for approval to the Committee. No en trance fee will be charged. The By-laws, as adopted at the sub scribers meetiug, were approved of. The following musicians...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The Girls' Friendly Society. THE ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

— ? I 1 !i ^ Girls' Friendly Society. I ? I THE 'ANNUAL PICNIC.. Thi-; anniversary ..of ibo Oitls' Fru'ii'liv Society— al\v;.rs ?;;- oii.irerly i* »rward 'to and ho Lt'.vtily en j. »ye;{ 'as held on Wednesday last. The glad festival began, as usual, with a. celebration of the Holy Eucharist, at 7 a. in., the music of which was nicely and reverently rendered by a choir of the members, Miss B. Camper presid viee of the day, was followed by Even song at ft. 30 p.m., when the musical portions of the service were brightly and devotionallv given. The Vicar gave an* address from the words — 'Salute Trvphena and Tryphoser who labour in the Lord' — .(Horn. I xvi-12). The offertory was applied to the G.F.S. Lodge Fund. At the con- i elusion of the service a small army of : vehicles was found waiting to convoy j the members, associates, and friends to a very pretty bend of the river where ( a picnic was to be held. Fires were : lighted, table cloths spread, and billies | were boiling with almo...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hay Dramatic Company. A PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

liny Dramatic Ci-inj»any . . A PRESENTATION. . The Hay Dramatic Club spent an enjoyable evening in the Athenieum last Tuesday, to celebrate the inaugura tion of the CJub. There was a large gathering of members and- their friends. In the absence of the Mayor, Mr. A. E. Cornish occupied the chair. After a very pleasant time had been spent in songs, recitations, draughts, and other amusements, the Uliairman called on Mr. A. Brown to perform a very pleasant duty. Mr. Brown said it gave him very great pleasure to present Miss Plim with a gold brooch, set with rubies and pearls, in recognition of the invalu ale services rendered by her to the Club in the staging of ' The Golden Plough.' It was only a small token of the esteem in which she was held by the Club. She had come to the assistance of the Club at a very criti cal moment, and the success was greatly due to her efforts. He hoped that she would still continua to re side in Hav, as the company could ill afford to lose the services of...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Tlipjil i /'?'-' ' ' a ut and Ilrt: neurit. — A I ?□tiering fmm irritation of tile throat and 'o vsi-ncs wilt he »zrpr«Mv surprised at tbe almost immediate relii-f afforded by the use oi ' Urown'B Bronchial Troches. These aroous ' Inzcn.CPK' are now (old bj- most Ir -spectiiblf chemists in tlii- country at Is, 14d per hot. People troubled with t ?hacliinp cough,' a 'slight cold, 1 or bronchial affections, cannot try them too n, ss similar troubles, if allowed to progrosfl.resuli in scrioim l'ul:nonsryand Aslhuimic nffi'ctifnf . Sei- that the ccdi Kmnebia I Trochi'g 'are on tba Government Stamp around each box,— Wamf^tiired by John 1. liionnanJ S.,n Bjiton. IJniird Euicffa' Depo Fn ,:ogilcu Uo» 1 '.Ok!, AN/EMift & DEBILITY, A Richmond Lady Relates her Remarkable Recove§f| The Case of fsflrs. Sarah Dover. {From the \Yiu.!-or ' A tutra'ictn.') Br otr ii special A repjci'eMi.i ii'c of thia fr.pt'r in the toncbo of his duty look a w I'.i in the ?Ureetiou cf i'nuieiii Street. Uiil...

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The PICNIC Works [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

[?] p»8 lie wor^ policy, and ^ ?wpjild' therefore»J)'oint duly disturb tlie latour.^^tet. Ajsjtfr Reid had' sho'rt'ttv^ome ^ time ago, his expenditure ; on* ?jj| the revenue side had ohW been Xi23,000 more iiist yf '? that of his predecessor.^y'pon '-~\M the loan side there liad oeenlii larger increase, but that \vas ^ j necessitated by t) ) e fact that lie ' vspj had carried out more 1-ailwaySj tramways, liarbour works, buildings, than his predo-_ cessor. A.& many of these f works were, reproductive, the } money spent upon them would be returned to the State many times over. The Rcid Govern ment having cut the road voie^ , down by over L-100.000 peE-? J year for five years, had not only allowed the roads of the country to get into a disgrace ful and dangerous condition, but they had thrown out of employment fully half the men who formerly got their living as road men. H undreds of these had come to Svdnev and been enrolled among the unem ployed, and he was glad to say he wa...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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AFFAIRS IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

AFF^IS IN CHINA. f^pildon, Npy. 27. — The foreign Jfinistfips ftt Peking lijive cunie lo it j'urtlinr flgi-pomont «ith rfispi^ct (o the | terms to be demanded by the powers from Chin(i,. They have resolved to insist that China stiall recast her com mercial treaties wftli foreign sutes, and shall accept a certain niposui-e of foreign control as a guarantee for the ? jtayjlieil l oi cue juueinim-y. mu - estimite of the amount of the indem nity has already been fixed bv the 'Ministers at L00,000, 000, The South ? * Australian gunboat Prokctor, whiili ' was sent to China some months ago, I ' ; . ]ji3 sailed from Hong Kong for Ade t laid# No reason is given for its de - ' .r yartuwi !

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The Origin of Our Indian Empire [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

The Origin of Our Indian Empire ' The story of the English j in India is one of the most' marvellous and 'fascinating' in 1 the world,' 110 matter from what point of view it be regarded. It begari almost exactly three hundred years ago ; for though the first English East India Company was organised in 1 599, it did not become what may be called a going concern till the following year. The first expedition sailed from Woolwich in the spring of 1601, Captain James Lancaster being in chief command. There were in all five ships in Captain Lancaster's fleet, and their to tal burthen was only some thing like 1,400 tons. The whole cost of the five ships was well under Ll 0,000. Out of them hasfgrovn our Empire in India. Amongst the great offices of State the Tndia Office is as unique as the Indian Em pire itself is among the pos sessions of the British. It sums up in itself', in its various departments, all the functions of the Government of India - finance, war, marine, foreign affairs, a...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

;; ;f o|liUa,$ ^,pJ-pzQerang Brandy^f ?,. kvWim™ ™ the * r ? Wanj' aw;ti:cIs LCCci^cd iii l'utiiic Competition is lii^g^. : ' r' . - ^ Ai-i-rccialioB. SliQwa by the lsssue «f a Si '?-&**' - '? Joyal Warraat .: to- Supply Boomerang BraMy ? To tfre* H mastoids df 'H'.M. The Queen, Prince of Wales, ji, ' - ! and- HUe Duke of York. ~T. C. WILLIAMS COMPANY,' The Manufacturers of, ' Welcohie -y ~ -ufld - J-' - — — ? ? ? - 1 1 * !' '' : ' 'BranJs X.itTAR»VNTEg WT'r - *. + *,? V '?? f Wealth , of- : P^S?L*T ' To be MADE of llic Jllt:iJ^T;GRApi^4MKU^UN^iiK;TOp3f,^A ' Wealth «f \:» turns' isWm-Uijof a TriuL A Waterbury^i^^p^||ij3Q^| 1 TIME IS JMONEY! i'c./'.J 'J -: £ ii H H ? THJSREtfbBK- ei'* ?» 7 ;; A 1VATEKBDBY WATCHJAHBS HOVEV. KELI.UILK, ACCURATE ANU LO\v£ l'RIt'ED. '26 S.HOFFNONG& CO. w»'AlLI! Sydney & Brisbane THE 1IAY TOJ. & SKIN CO. LAcilLA^-STKJCET. HAY,' Gr- Ii. COTTREULIv' (ALtictioneer) {Literal Cash Advances:! ; : Instate?, IVi^.cj'y oiTovv.u Allo...

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THE VERY LATEST. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

THE VERY LATEST. (Fiiom ouit owk ConRusPONDr.xT). Lon'dox, Wednesday. I ? Lord Roberts reports that tho police have arrested a number of foreigners charged with arranging a plot for his assassination. The latest Boer plot consisted in placing a mine under St. Mary's Church, Johannesburg, to be exploded V when Roberts was present. Colonel Fanshaw had a rear-guard tight with 0U Boers at Dainstontein. Captain Watson, of the N.S.W. Mounted Infantry, seeing one of bis men— Private Robinson — full, returned under a hot fire and carried him out on Ills horse. One of the N.S.W. Infantry was killed. Seventeen British splendidly repul sed a fierce attack by Boers atBrakpan, in the western portion of the Trans vaal.- Three Boers were killed, and the British captured the flag. . Colonel Copley defeated 1 50 Boers Kn t. Greythingstad on the Transvaal 'Kpal railwty. 'J'ljii Boers suffered considerable loss, flnd jiiucll of t]|uii- stock Mas om-tyred. Kriwer Imd »n hoiir's initirviow Willi tiie Fi...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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General Items. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

dencral Items. Au extraordinary epidemic of sickness- lias spread through ; Manchester during last week, and caused much alarm. The matter having been in vestigated by the medical offi cers of the town, it was dis covered that the symptons were I clearly those of arsenical poison ing. F urther inquiries showed that all those affected had drunk beer from a certain brewery, and this was subse quently found to have been the cause of the trouble. The hops from which the beer was brewed were discovered to have been bleached by a peculiar chemical process, which had had the effect of producing arsenic. At present Sir Alfred Mil tier is suffering from the effects of the overwork which the last few years have involved, and H.M.S. Doris, the flagship at the Cape, will shortly be placed at his disposal iu order tlwt he may take a cruise to recuper ate. [It lias been mentioned in London for some time as pro bable that the duties of Gover nor of Cape Colony and High Commissioner in South Africa...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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CHURCH SERVICES. WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

CIIUUC.I 5EUVICUS. Wkklkt.n Chiihcii H«y, IVe. 2 ~1 1 a.tn, (Sacra;nc;it), aud ! 7 ^ p.m., (Lantern Service . K^v. Jts. | Colwcll. j S.I b t'» Scb.M.I, 3p'» ' iSacnment of I* i ptiam, 4. | CniidtiHii Endeavur, (Mmidny, at 6. I Pi:t-BYTi:HIAN ClICHCH, H*V. I Sunday i. ext, l)jc. 2— II a.m., Quarterly I Service; 7 39 p tn. Su'-jfct. | 'The evils of lntenlpcrauc-.^-, Rev. R Jcuuit'gs. ! Church of Isnglano, Ha v. i I Friday (^t. Andrew's Ua-) Nov 3i— Holy j I Communion, 7.3U a.m ; Mattius, 1) a. in. ; j | Evensong and Address, 7 3) p.n-, - [ L)cc. 2— (Advent'Suii'tay) 11 a.m. Holy j Communion, Matins ti- rm n (Vicui ) ; 1 Z Children's Service; 7 3J p.m.. KveiiMHiK and Sermon (R, v T. Hely U il eon). Monday, Dec, 3.— bistrfit Visitors' ; Meeting, 4.30 p.m. J Countiv Sciviics — Dcdiea'ion of new ; cliurc'i by (he fJisliop of Kiv.riu , Tuesday, Dcc 4.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE BOER WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

THE BOER WAR. London, Nov. 26. — The British gar- ! J . rison at llietfontein, near Johaimes- I . burg, has captured 28 Boers, who were ' _? : engaged in sniping. — A German-Aine- \ t rican, named Slack, has been sentenced to death for having tried to seduce a British. E1. tidier from his allegiance. 1 ?Lord 'Roberts commuted the sentence I .to impris-niroi-at- in Ceylon until al! : ' the Bo']-s wlio are d .j-'red as'pri- soners --i nar i i.ere ana i i mere- nave * ' been fii'V -,v. ? country, -/v kitchener's iVom their ^jp^ ^ifann^ai1 ho.as|nd fhl, families who ' fl'ST'' ' ' *1'.?: enemy in. ii'.M. 5''J. wome : i.;.l eliildren have been a.ri','-ited if. 'Nchu, 32 ' nr'1' el- of Bit' J in in, and sent i t-. ' in capital of Hi Orange River , _ - C. ? 1 1' It waa found chat they were '? engaged in baking bread for the Boers. ' ? Tuesday. | The Boers who are still in the field j against the British propose to make a raid on the frontier of the Cape Colony, in the hope that the disaffec...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Destructive Fikk at Dkniuquik. — About 4 o'clock on Sunday after noon a fire broke out in ths carriage and engine sheds of the Deruliquin Moama Railway Gjmjjany. TJje build ings and contents weie totally de «troyed, with the exception of the two engines, which were removed with great difficulty during the progress of tlia fim Thn /»orrla(ro aViprlu woro built of weatherlioard with an iron roof. Tliey contained the guard 'k van and two carriages, together with a rjuantity of toolx, ]-uintN, and . Home stores. The engine shed adjoining was built entirely of corrugated iron. The property destroyed was insured j for £1650 with the Hoyal Insurance I Company. TJio damage is, however, estimated at fully X3000. The cause [ of the fire is not known. The fire j brigade and a iiuiiiUt of volunteers | lvere iustrtiuieutal iu saving a de tached building containing most of the stores.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

[?] f ir^®&ni' durBwn Correspondent] , . SYDNEY, ; ' . J ; ? '' ' ' ? ' ^ Tlitf^fiflav. ^^f::;-,\in:the'I»gislativo Council, the Old p^;?Age3Beusion Bill passed the third : - reading. ' Tjie Women's Franchise Bill, on the -1, ' second reading, was after debate re fis!,' jeoted /by twenty-two to nineteen ' votes. - _In;the Assembly, the Federal Elec . tions Bill was't&ad a third time. Additional estimB.^s nn f.Iip l,in.n estimates were introduced, and deba ted throughout the night. All were passed this morning. The Appropriation Act was then in troduced into Committee. The third reading will be to-night. The. Closer Settlement Bill passed Committee. The House adjourned at 6.30 this morning, after a sitting of twenty-four . . hours. : --The next Census is to be taken on . 31st March next. It has been decided to allow space in the Centennial Park for a choir of ten thousand children, assisted bv a number of adults, and accompanied bv three hundred or four hundred bands,...

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THE RIVERS. November 28 MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

[?] ~*%.W Nj^emb t 28 i h;JI u RunBEiDak*. Hay, 4ft, 0ui, risjni -Vr ? ^ GniYda)^»i,.4ft ': / ? J 6in Lachmn. BoDligal, 5ft lOin, fallitig November 29 McmtCMUltMEK. Hay, 5ft lin, rising Wayga, 5ft iin f-i!l))-g ... .. ^ ^ Guud igii, 4ft . . i ' ? Lac ilan ' . - Boolignl, 5ft 9iu

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Mit W. N. Willi*. M.L A., lids com tnet.coi! lineinrps r' 25 liligh 9'reef, Syd uev, ns Lul l. Fnmnciti', and Minitm Agrn'. F'-u men Imvi- had a more vatied ami practical experience in iheS' mrters he. His clipna' cases should be very safe in his tm iid 3 Small Advertisements charged 6d for two lines, 34 for every fine fol lowing, th'.t is for the first insertion —every following insertion will be charged 2d per l:ne. P R KAU5 or TO LET— Lirjje an 1 Com ?L molious Rcsulcnce nn the Irrigation Area. Apply to .J. ANDREW, at this oHicc IIJ'ANTISD I-y elilcrly p:rson, situaiion ns M H-m-fUcrpcL* 011 eta'ion or hotel; fin-t-ol/is-i (Vok : f n 1 of children ; can loach. ANXIUUS, P.O., ll.iy, 75 «c The Hay Atlicaianiiu. I'lTKIOTM TlUMVAL And Kliiiki Fair. \VKl)\i:sn \Y, TIIUUSDAY, FRIDAY, December o, 6, and 7, at 7 u'clnck. Mak'kiui* Stali. Lailysmilh Stall. Juli 'iHK'rtliur^ St:il I Pictori i Stall. I'liJDAV K V JvN [NO -P;iJ » iolic C'/wjcvrl nnd Lantern ISntrrtuiniiicnt ! WKDNKSDAY and T...

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DISTRICT COURTS AND QUARTER SESSIONS. THE FIXTURES FOR 1991. QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

msuuer courts akd quarter I SESSIONS. I TiiB Kixt'uuiw fju 1031 . J Qcautkh SliS IONS. I H.»y. — S.iturday, *J:1 «1 rebriinry Snt tirJ-t j , !i July Million. — Tnestia*', JOt'i Fefiruny Tuesday, lU'.'i Ju'y F.id.*, 25th O t.-l.er Niiraiidern. — 'Miurad.iy, 28ili Febtnary 'J'J; fj j 25t'i JnJy Tbms iny, Octnlu'r DvMiiliijnin — -WiMltu'Siiny, 23-d J.mu^ry WrrfUfsdav. 19 b J.Jfie NVilcuiu.i ?. — Tu- e«l.ty, 20 h March 'J'ui'eci.iy, 0 ? h Au^nsl TiifNd»iy. 3 d Decern l. er ; Weulwor.h.— Wednesday, 31*t Jn y NVtiJnt-sd.iv , 27t!i Novembtr. j ' Di.-ti:ict Couuts. Uay.— S iinrd.«v, *-I3id Fel ruary | «S. t nday, I'D . h J 'il v I i Oct«tbvr llill: t mi.— ^ Tut9it*\ , 10th Fobiuaiy T«M'3d»y. 10: h J u'y FnJaj , 25lh Oct»«V-vr Njrai-.dcra. — T«iured»iy 28 b l'tbrujry Thin fed i\ , *J5t'i Ju y T(itnt-d-iy. iildi Ooiul-er J-'»lr«u»ld. — V/id »y, J y f it' J.wunfy F.id.»y, 14th June Pi-niliquiii. — Thnisday, 24tb Jfiimnty Wvdntsday, Iti b June 'J'buis i«y . 3rd O t 'l»ir Wilcaiitjia. — Tucsdit)...

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GOD HOLDS THE KEY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

[?] Qo'd holds Uite' ? And ^ . 1 If otiu-r hands should hold UVc1ct»y, ' Or, if trusf^ jt to mfy I unght licsnili What if to-morrow's chres were lu re ' Without its rrst,! rothrr Ho unlocked the day ; And us thu hours swing opun, say — ' My will is best,' The very dimness of my sight Mujces mc souure ; For, groping iu iny misty way, , I feel his hnnd, — I henr hi«* say, 'My ho!p is sure,' I cannot rf-nd Hisfuturw plans j But this I ktiotv — . t hnvo the smiling of HU fuct*r And all tin* refu^u of His grace, While here below. , Enough \ this covers ull my wants, And so I rest — For what I cannot, Ilu can seo, 1 And iu His curt! I s?ivf:d shall be — i For ever blest. J. PARKE!!

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