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PROCLAIMING THE NEW KING. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
PROCLAIMING TUB NEW KING. Later. The announcement of the accession I of King Edward VII. was made by ' the Royal herald, who proclaimed him King, from St. James's Palace, from Temple Bar, which constitutes the en trance to the city, and Irom the Royal Exchange. The route from St. James's Palace to the city w'as lined by 6500 troops. Huge crowds assembled along the route to view the passage of the Herald, the King not being present. After the swearing iu ceremony, at St. James's Palace, the King returned to Osborne, amidst the loud cheers and acclamation of the populace.
Homestead Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
Homestead Selections. An application for a homestead selection shall be in form 7, and must be accompanied by one half-year's rent in advance, and a survey fee as herein after specified ; or if the applicant de sires to defer payment of the survey fee, then bv one-third of the total amount thereof. The application shall be signed, and the declaration printed on the back of the form shall be made by the applicant. The application may be lodged with the land agent by the applicant in person, or by his agent in person duly authorised for the purpose in writing, during office hours on the day on which the land is available or any subsequent Thursday, or may be forwarded on any day to the land agent in a registered letter, but so as not to be received by him before the day on which the laud is available. An application ma)' include any number ot' blocks in the one land dis trict in any case where the applicant desires to obtain any one of such blocks, and in any such case be shall, for t...
Under The Roof-Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
Under The Roof-Tree. 1 From grave to gay — from .lively to severe.' (Bv Deborah.) It is a- curious thing that the sovereign's head upon the coinage is, with a change of reign, altered alter nately from left to right profile. Thus the profile of George TIT. was repre sented as facing the right ; that of George IV as facing the left ; of Wil liam IV as facing the right, and of the late Queen Victoria again as facing the left. '? What mighty tilings from small beginnings prow.' and it was a small beginning that the now well renowned Mudie's Library had. In a small news paper and stationery shop in South ampton Row, in tli.' yoar 1844. the late Mr Charles Mudip lent out cheap books at a penny a volume : and so the present system was begun. Our thoughts are occupied now with the memory of our late grand Queen of whom so much has lieen, aud is being written and said, and a faint de scription of some of her surroundings will be interesting. The pretty little group of buildings in the Frogm...
Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
Our Melbourne Letter. (From our own Correspondent.) La Reine est mart. lrwe le Rot. This, or at any rate its English equivalent, lia-s been the substance of most people's conversation during the past week. When the news of Queen Victoria's death first became known, we all felt we had lost an old friend. Few indpfid in the State have ever seen the late Queen, yet the illustrious lady was on the Throne when many now old and gre3'headed men and women were babies, or, at all events, very small children. Sixty-three years is a long time for one person to hold th? dignified position of Ruler, and nevr-r before has it been exceeded in the history of England, and I think I am correct in saying that only twice before since history took definite shape, has any Monarcli had a longer reign. Your younger readers might find it a pleasurable task to find out the names of the; two European Kings whose length of reign exceeded that of the much-lamented Queen Victoria. The daily papers as well as spe...
Death of Mr. John Wagner. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
Ocntli or Mr. John Wagner. Mr. John Wagner, the well-known coach proprietor, died on Sunday afternoon at his residence, Stonington, Glenferrie, at the age of 74, after a painful illness extending over three years. Mr. Wagner, who vvas a native of Canada, was born on an estate which had boon in the posses sion of the family for several genera tions, and was originally a gift of royalty in recognition of the loyal support which the family had rendered to the Throne. When about eighteen years of age lie weut to California to seek liis fortune, and eventually he drifted over to Victoria among the earliest of the gold-seekers. The dif ficulty of transport was one of the most serious that the prospector had to encounter, and Mr. Wagner quickly saw the possibilities in good lines of coaches. He made a start in that direction in 1852, and a few years later had established several lines about Geelong. He went into partnership with Messrs. Hewitt and Co., and married an American lady, a siste...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
Sporting. [Bv Steklixc;.] The Hay Junior cricketers meet the Narandera boys on Wednesday next in the Park Oval. Falcon won the hurdle race at Rochester yesterday. Mr. W. O'Hanlnn, the veteran bats man and wicketkfipnftr hast hist lv turned from a visit to the Eastern City, where, in a cricket match — M.C.C. v. Chemists— ' Bill ' acquitted himself very creditably. The only William looks well and hearty, and tells me that he is going to get into ' nic ' for the match between a Mel bourne team and Deniliquin. He says Harry G rahani is as brilliant a bat at present, as when he went home with the Australian Eleven. Following were the winners at the Deniliquin Races on Monday last : — Hamlet, Uncas, Dusty, Hamlet, Miss Olive, and Lady Bertha. The St. Patrick Sports Committee have issued their programme, which, taken all round, is one of best, brought before the public for some time. The principal event is the St. Patrick Han dicap, of. £ 1 0, 1 20 yards. I hope that when Messrs. T. Hanlon...
Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
Benefit Concert. The jjneort in aid of the Bedford family j look place in the Academy of Music ! on Aionday night The audience was a very large one, the back seats being filled, while there was very little room to spare in the front seats. Those who j attended, not only helped a good j cause, but received full value for their money, in the entertainment which ! had been provided for them by the I lady and gentlemen amateurs, under ; the management of Mr \V. H. Havd ingham. , The proceedings opened with an over- ; ture bv the Hav City Band, ' Gems of j Scotia,' which was admirably ren dered, and received full recognition at ; the hands of the audience. The cou- i ductor (Mr. Trengrove) is to be con | gratulated on the marked improvement of the Band. The glee ' Mill May' ; was the next item ; the party consisted of Mesdames Wood, Gegg and Green, and Messrs Gegg, Hardingham, Cans dell and M'Credie. The rendering evoked hearty applause, but ths recall was not responded.^. Miss Beveridge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
Weak Children A Sickly Child Made Strong. Wo know you will bo greatly inter ested in this testimonial. It tells you bow you con make your sickly cliild robust and hearty. Mrs. A. Lawrence, of Bowdcn, South Australia, sends us this picture of her j child, with the followiog letter: 'My child, now four years old, was nliraj-s delicate, and medicine did bilu do good. A. friend told mo to try AVER'S Sarsaparilla I did eo, and you would bare been astonished I to notice the prompt change: All my friends tayit was simply vrunderfuT. Only tour bottle) ' made my weal: and eicLly child strong and healthy. I want lo urge all mother a who have dcliuue cluldroa to try this tunic.' Ayer'x rills arc too best liver pills you ran buy. They cure constipation, bUiotuness. Pttpired by Dr. J. C. Ajer Co., Loire!!, Mos.,1). S. A. STEWART DAWSON & CO.'S ? — ?— - ? Charming Novelties in WEDDING and BIRTHDAY PRESENITJ. Orderu received nud dispatched daily. Carriagcl'iiid. Illusliuiud Cuiiil-i,,ue (S...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
The vacancy in the Federal Govern ment, caused by the death of Sir James Dickson, has 'been at last filled up. Mr Barton, after vainly endeavouring for a fortnight to persuade Mr Philp, the Premier of Queensland, to abandon state politics and become liis colleague in the first Federal Administration, has accepted Mr J. G. Drake, who is present Postmaster-General and Minis ter for Education' in the Queensland Ministry. In the rearrangement of portfolios, Sir John Forrest will become Minister for Defence, and Mr Drake will succeed him as Postmaster General. Mr Barton sent the following tele gram to Mr Drake :— '? I cordially welcome you as a mem ber of the first Administration, and trust we shall be colleagues and always friends.''
The Common wealth. CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 January 1901
The Coniinoiiwesiltli. CUSTOMS RETURNS. Ihe billowing is a return of the net Customs and excise collections in the federated states for 1900 and 1899 :— Victoria. Customs, 1900, £2,017,251 ; 1899, £1,930,677. Excise, 1900, £344,018 ; 1899, £325,015. Increases— Customs, £80,577 ; excise, £19,003. New South Wales. Customs, 1900, £1,431,763 ; 1899: £1,341,510. Excise, 1900, £357,321 : 1S99, £325,183. Increases— Customs, £90,253 ; excise, £32,I3S. Queensland. Customs, 1900, £1.424,589 ; 1S99, £1,434.279. Excise. 1900, £151,051 ; 1899, £142,995. Increase— Excise, £8,056. Decrease— Customs, 9,690. South Australia. Customs, 1900, £570,774 ; 1899. £570,498. Excise, 1900, £40,185; 1899, £37,966. Increases— Customs, £276 ; excise, £2,219. Western Australia. Customs. 1900. £957,620 :' 1899. £845,55S. Excise, 1900. £21,664 ;'! 1899, £26,757. Increases— Customs, 1 £112,062 ; excise, £4,907. I Tasmania. j Customs, 1900, £046.601; 1899,: £424,533. Excise, 1900, £24,724 ; 1 1899, £22,540. Increases...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 February 1901
Losing your hair ? Do you bring out a combfu! each morning? lias it lost its natural brightness ? Is it beginning to look faded and dead ? Do you like this condition of things? Certainly not. Then stop this falling of the liair at once. Stop it before your hair is thin, short, and lifeless. Make your hair beautiful, glossy, silky, abundant. Ayer's Hair Vigor Is a Hair Food. When your liair is well nourished it does not come out. 'Tis weak hair, starved liair, that falls. It's just so with thin hair, short liair, rough hair* Such hair needs feeding. This is why Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling of the hair. If yonr hair is gray- and you don't care to look at thirty as if you were sixty, then you should use Ayer's Hair Vijror. It always restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich, beautiful color it had when you. were young. Preoaftd by Dr. J. C. Ayef Co., 'Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.
The Local Market. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 February 1901
Tiic Local Mnrlfet. The following are the prices ruling in Hay for the undermentioned lines, as supplied hy J. W. Honrdinan and Co , of tlie Farmer*' Marktc, Lacli!uii»6trcut : — Hiittcr— Local, per lb ? 101 to U do Creainury, do... ... la to 1b 11 Bacon, sides, per lb ? 3^1 to 9.1 do Hnms, do ? 10d to le d' Hums, E'lglish ... 1* tn Id Id Clices \ Bjdi.Iln, por lb. ... 81 to 91 per doz. fresh... ... 10J to Is 2 I , Honey, C0!b tin* ... ... 22s 01 do boltleH ... ... 9.1 and I0-( I Lard, in bladder', per lb ... 7d und 81 ; Wlinit, 8fe«l, per bnahcl ...2$0d to .Is Gil I dci Chick, ditto ... ... ti-sGdloJii ! Pollar l, per 20ib ... ... lOil lo Id Bran, per 201b ... ... 1 0*1 I o lid Oits, N.Z. ... ... 3*to3i0l do Algerian ... ... 2a 9 1 to '-U Barlf-y, Ctific, per bushel ... 3s CI to 4s Ma;zp, whole ... ... 3- 9d to4* do crusbud ... ... 4s to 4s 3.1 Chaff, ton lots ? (-53 to 7 o* do cvvta ... .. 70s to Jiln Flour, \Vf*eV, por sack ... 13s to 13* Gil I'.itu'cc*, new ch'iiec ... ... 9s G-...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 February 1901
Crliket. The Hay junior cricketers met 011 Wednesday night for the purpose of making final arrangements re the matsli with the Narandera boys, \yl\ioh event takes place in the pari, an Wed nesday next, play c-yi\memang at 10 a,in. Mr, A- Ooi-nish, who occupied the vhni.r, adviwsd the Hay boys to u(cr Uie vory best team available, A letter was received from theNarandera toim ngi-eoiirg to tho date fixed. It; was deoided that each of the local players contribute 2s fid towards the cost of the visitors' expenses, and that Collection boxes be takeu round ^6 ground on the day of tlie l^tch. Mr. Cornish stated (hut ho had made ap- i plication to tlie Jtiverine Cricket Qounuil for the use of the pitch and matting, and they had generously granted the request. A vote of thanks was passed to the Council their kindness, and also^ta tyr. Oar^sh fnn his efforts o;\ (vf the A sylwyqi^iiHtt-«, wnststinif of Messrs.. A. IWlwjdyo, O. Byrne, Foster and Donohoe, were annointed to look aftas. the matti...
Narandera Hospital Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 February 1901
Naraudera Hospital luquiry. The 'Narandera Argus ' comments us follows, on the finding of the com mittee appointed to deal with the charges made against the management of the local hospital : — 'The one redeeming feature about the charces made against the manage ment of the Narandera Public Hos pital is the utter failure of its accusers to establish a single fact in support thereof ; and the promptness and com pleteness of the refutation of the en tire indictment. The whole business is contemptible enough, * but more humiliating to the detractors of the Institution than to those concerned in in its management ; and it offers a striking example of the obligation under which people lie to verify their information before making it the basis of a charge of a serious nature. ' It often happens,' says a well known writer, 'that public men are victimized by the zeal or malice of their informants, who make them the mouth-pieces of slanders which tliev are afraid to utter on their own respon...
A Millionaire's Son. KIDNAPPED AND RANSOMED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 February 1901
A Millionaire's Son. KIDNAPPED AND RANSOMED. The whole country has been talking about anotable example j of successful kidnapping for ransom. In the small group of millionaire slaughters and packers, commonly called the Beef Trust, are the two brothers Cudahy, Michael and Edward, the former living at Chicago, and the latter at Omaha. In their early days they were employees of Phil. Armour, now the head of their great industry. Edward has several children, and one of these, his namesake, 15 years old, is the boy that was stolen. At 8 o'clock on the evening of the 18th inst., he set out from his father's fine house to carry some books to a neigh bour in the next block. On the way two men accosted him, threatened him with pistols, and pretended to arrest him, saying they were sheriff s of fficers, and asserting that he was a fugitive from an adioin ing county, where he had stolen money from his aunt. They placed him in a waggon blindfolded him, and bore liim away to a vacant house, tou...
Victorian Gold Jubilee Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 February 1901
Vicloriiin Jubilee Exhibition. One of the first Exhibitions of the new century, and probably one of the most attractive shows of the new Commonwealth, will be that which it is proposed to open at Bendigo in November next, to commemorate -the discovery of gold in the early fifties. The comprehensive scheme just issued hy the executive committee of the Victorion Gold Jubilee Exhibition Commission is more than ordinarily attractive. It is just half a century ago since old 'Bendigo,' a shepherd . in the service of the original holder of the Ravenswood Run, discovered, while feeding liis flocks - on tlie grassy - slopes of the far-reaching valley of the' Campaspe, traces of the precious metal. The story of the discovery has 'been variously told, with more or less ac curacy, around the camp fire, in song and story, and, shorn of all the garni ture of romance, even recited in the more serious pages of history, but it is now generally accepted that the honor of the discovery lies with the o...