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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Mr. Barton said that it was the de sire of his' Government to introduce the system of penny postage through out the entire Commonwealth at the earliest possible period. Mr. Crick said that if Victoria proclaimed penny postage throughout that State before the matter was taken up bv the Fede ral Government, New South Wales would follow suit immediately. Mr. Crick has expressed tho opinion that Sir William Lyne had vacated his seat as a member of the State Parlia ment from the moment he accepted a j seat in the Federal Government — his position was unimpeachable. Arrangements will probably be made by the Federal Government to take over the postoflices before the Federal Parliament meets. Mr See holds the opinion that the issue at the Federal elections will not be one of protection or freetrade. As eight million pounds have to be raised through the customs neither a wholly protective nor wholly freetrade policy, lie says, can be...
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
S|-orLinx. [By Stkki.ing.] The Hay Public School Cricket team intend to pay another visit to Carrathool ou Saturday week. Several peds and wheelmen are get ting a little conditiou ou for the com ing sports. The inter-state cricket, match — ? Victoria v. New South Wales — was concluded in Sydney on Wednesday, and resulted in a win for tho former by the narrow margin of one wicket. Playing in the above match Victor Truniper compiled 230 runs for New 'South Wales in the second innings. This sterling young batsman never gave a chance, and hit 32 fours. In the same match Jack Marsh, the dusky bowler, was no-balled 110 less I than seventeen times. 1 The Narandera boys left by the 1 'iron 'oss' this morning ill great spirit, after securing the scalps of the Hay juniors. The match Licensed Victualler's v. Hay, will be resumed in the park -oval 011 Wednesdav next. I am informed by one of our juniors, that they will pick a team to blow out the Printers, Butchers, or Bakers Clubs. Now then cap...
Hay City Band. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
Hay City Band. The committee of the above Band met at the Council Chambers on Tues day afternoon. There were present': — Messi-s. Gibson, (in the chair) Hidgcock Sadler, Alexander and Appel. The. minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The usual accounts were passed for payment. Upon the motion of Mr Alexander seconded by Mr Hidgcock, Mr J. Donaldson was elected one of the Band's representatives 011 the com mittee. Mr Alexander proposed and Mr Sadler seconded that Messrs. H. Karnagan, H. Wnglin, F. Darchy and Eric Da vies be elected members of the Baud. Carried. M r Sadler moved that application be made to the Council for the subsidy usually allowed to a town band. Seconded by Mr Hidgcock and carried. The meeting then closed.
CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND, HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England, Hay. Country Services — lieabula — Friday ; Carrathool — Saturday, Choir Tract ice, at 8 p.m ; Sunday, 1 1 n.»n, ami 3 pm; Groonpal, 7.30 p,m ; Togaumain, Monday, 7.3(» p tn Feb. 10—11 a.m , Mattins, and Litany ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong Prksb vtert a n Church, Hay. Divine service on Sunday next, Feb 10th, morning and evening. Evening subject— ' Possessed by Demons'' Rev E Jennings Weslrtan Church Sunday, Feh 10 — 11 (Mr \V. G. Butter worth), and 7 30. (Rev Jas Colwcil ) Country — Sidonia, 11; Emu Scrub, 2.30. Sabbath School, 3 p.m. Monday, Christian Endeavour at 8 Thursday : Fellowship Meeting at 8. Friday, Choir Practice, at S Catholic Chcrch. Mn6S will be celebrated as follows — , Hay, on Sundays during summer, at 7.33 and 10 a.ui.
Destitute in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
Destitute in the ISiisIi A Guudagai telegram of Friday to the ' Daily Tele graph ' reports Five chil dren named Marshall have been arrested by the police charged with livino- with i-eonli- hav ing no visible means of support. The children, whose ages vary from 11 years to 15 months, walked from Hurstville to Gun- ? ; dagai, 300 miles, in company 1 with their mother and father. i the latter looking for work. The children were almost starv ing, and the mother was in a half demented condition. Tlie , | children were alive with ver- i : min. The Bench ordered tliein to be committed to the care of the State Children's Relief Board. The father says he is ; unable to provide for them.
The Proposed Sewerage Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
i lie Proposed Sewerage Scheme. The Council jictoH wisely oh Mon day evening lust when its members 1 decided to postpone the further con sideration of the proposed sewerage j scheme until the newly elected Alder men were present. It is right that I these gentlemen, whoever thev roav be. I -should have a voice and vote on such an important matter. The Aldermen are responsible to those ratepayers who elect them, and if the town is committed to u costly and inefficient scheme the ratepayers will very properly look to the Aldermen for an explanation, and as Alderman Gibson said ' there was no immediate hurry.'' That the scheme is receiving considera tion is apparent from the Council's action, and from the fact that Alder man Broiuowski wasj so deep in thought that he could not find tirue tu speak. That fact in itself is remark able, and rich in promise. Alderman Broinowski still thinks on until the fire of eloquence is kindled within liim, when he can give the Council tlie benefit of hi...
Hay Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
Hay Sluiiicii»al Cuunril. A special meeting of tlie Council was held on Monday night, for the purpose of deal ing with a resolution re sewer age forwarded by the Govern ment, for the Council to pass, i Ihere were present : — Tlie Mayor (Mr. G. A. Miller) aud Aldermen Broinovvski, Wit combe, Gibson, Stanger and Lawson. Tlie Mayor apologised for the absence of Alderman Sad ler. The resolution asked to be passed read as follows : — 'That the Council of the Municipal District of Hay, having taken into consideration the question of sewerage works for the town of Hav, hereby re quests His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, to take all such steps and cause such sewerage works to be executed as may be necessary in connection witn tne sewerage or the said town of Hay : and the said Coun cil, on behalf of the Municipal District of Hay, hereby agrees to undertake all liabilities and obligations mentioned in section 125 of tho Country Towns Water and S...
The Local Market. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
The Local Market. The following are the prices ruling in Hay for the undermentioned lines, as supplied by J. W, Koardman and Co., «if the Farmer*' Markte, Lachlun-6treet Butter — Local, per lb ? 10.1 to Is do Creamery, do ? Is to Is Id Rucon, sides, per lb ? SAd to 9d do Hams, do ? lOd to Is d» Hums, English is to Is Id Cheese, Bodulla, per lb. 8d to 91 Eg^, per doz, fresh ? J0d to Is 2 I Honey, GOlb tins ? 22-3 G I do bottles ... ... 9d ami lOd Lard, in bladder?, per jb ... 7d and 8d W'l eat, seed, per bushel ...2s9d to 3s Cd do Chick, ditto ? 2s Cd to 3d Pnllard, per 201b ? IOd to Is Bran, per 201b ? 10J to lid Oats, N Z. ... ... 3s to 3s 6d do Algerian ... ... 2s 91 to 3d Barley, Cage, per bushel ... 3s 6d to 4s Maize, whole ? 3s 9d to 4s do crushed ? 4s to 4s 3d Chaff, too lots ? '-5* to 7os do cwta. ? 70s to 80s Flour, Wise's, per sack ... 1 3s to 13s 6d Potatoes, new choice ? 9s 61 to 10s Odious, do ..' 8s to 9s Fowls, per pair ? 3s to 4s Cieesc, do .. ? 4s to 7s Turkeys, do ....
Lord Hopetoun. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
Lord llopetoiui. Our first Governor-General ! may safely be said to occupy ! one of the foremost positions i iu the world at present. The , following from his own pen will be read with interest. ! Lord Carringtou remarked at i a public dinner in this building where we print the ' Riverina Times,'— One distinguishing mark of a gentleman was that he did not put on 'side.' Of all plain unvarnished narra tives this stands out as being without ' side.' His Lord ship seems perfectly cool in telling of his shortcomings, aud the nice way in which he speaks of Lady Hopetoun is a model which many an Austra- ! lian husband might copy with ! profit : — ! ' I was born at Hopetoun ! House, Queensferry, near Edin- ; burgh, which was built by the ' %st Earl of Hopetoun, to which I have always been at- ; tached. I am a descendant of ?John de Hope, who in 1.537 came over from France in the train of Magdalene de Valois, Queen of James V. The first : Earl of niv name was Charles ; Hope, whose father, J...
Deniliquin News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
Deuiliquiu News. On Thursday night it was reported in the metropolitan papers that Sergeant Weir of Deniliquin (Bushmen's C'orps). was killed. _ It is gratifying to learn that no confirmation of that report is to hand, Ser geant Weir 'was dangerously wounded but some days after wards he sent a cablegram to his parents announcing that he was progressing towards re covery. His father (the local stock inspector, Mr J. Weir) says he is quite satisfied that there was a mistake in the an nouncement of the death and Frank's many friends iu the country will be glad to share in that satisfaction. Further information is now anxiously awaited. Dr. E. Alfred Graham on Thursday last was sworn in by His Honor Judge Rogers as a justice of the peace for the state of New South Wales. Two blocks of land in 'the county of Wakool, parish Lan- j dale, having an area of 46 j- ' acres each, will be sold at the ; Local Lands Office on March ! 22nd. The land is situated (J1 ? miles from Deniliquin and nine ...
Hillston Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
Hillsto i Notes. There will be big lists of cases for - the District Court and Qilarter Sessions 011 the 19th inst. Tlie Stock Board elections take place 011 the '22nd Febru ary ; nominations close 011 the 7 th inst. The following polling places have been gazetted in connec tion with the annual election of Directors to tho Pastures and Stock Protection Board:-— Hillston, Gilgunnia, John O'Brien's Whealbah, and John Lugsdin's Rosewood. A petition is being largely signed iu both Mount Hope and Hillston praying for a twice a week mail service be tween Mt. Hope and Hillston. The need for this service has been severely felt by the busi ness people in both towns, and more particularly since the re cent boom in mining matters in Mt. Hope. The route sug gested by the petitioners is from Mount Hope to Willan thry, where it is proposed that the mail shall connect with the existing Hillston - Euabalong mail. We trust that the ser vice will be granted, as the need of it is the cause of a seriou...
The Federal Revenue and Expenditare. AMOUNTS RETURNED TO STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 February 1901
The Federal St a cinic sm i Ev|H'ii(li(;irc. Amounts Rktuun'kd to States. A return has been prepared by Sir George Turner showing the total receipts and expendi ture in connection with the customs and excise during the month of January for four out of the six States forming the Commonwealth. The returns for Queensland and South Australia are not available. The figures for the other States are as follow : — New South Wales. Receipts : Customs, X'l 08,893; excise , .£32 , (-03. Total , n-U.-UMi. Expenditure : Customs and exciSj salaries and contingen cies, £4150: new expenditure of Commonwealth, i'482. Total .£4038. Balance returned to Sta,te, £1 30,858. Victoria. Receipts : Customs Ll76,815; excise, £25 ,018. Total, .£201,833. Expenditure : Customs aud excise salaries and contingen cies, .£0000 ; new expenditure of Commonwealth, £415. Total .£07 1 5. Balance returned to State, .£ I 'J5.4 18. Tasmania. Receipts : Customs, £30.7'J9; i excise, £2172. Total, £32,971. Expenditure : Custom...
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 February 1901
Sportiug. ^Bv Sterling.] A meeting was held at the Ter minus Hotel 011 Friday night. There were present : — The President (Mr. J. Lawsun) and Messrs. G. Allnian, H. Cooper, T. Mclntyre, J. Jones, .G. H. Cottrell, G. Magill and G. A. Miller. Apologies were received from M»ue,.u -T rtiiidti ,..,.1 vr it..;..* f.„ non-attendance. Mr J. M. Chanter wrote enclosing JE1 Is towards the funds of the club. The donor was thanked for his gift. Six new mem bers were elected. The next meeting will be held on the 22nd. inst., at the Red Lion Hotel. A vote of thanks to the Chairman concluded the meeting.
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 February 1901
TELEGRAMS, I [From our own Correspondent.! SYDNEY, Monday. Mr Barton left for Mel bourne yesterday afternoon. He will also visit Queensland. Mr Reid has deferred his trip overland, private business Viio van-iciirtivx-r ill Sydney some weeks. Pressure is being brought to bear on Mr Want-to stand for the Senate ; he is likely to consent. Sir Mr Lyne states that it is very unlikely that a Com mercial Agent will be appointed for some time, as there is 110 vote on the estimates for the agency. . Sir William Lyne made a statement on Saturday ex plaining why he hangs on to double office, to the effect that he intends to place matters with regard to the Harbor Trust and the Resumption of frontages 011 a satisfactory foot ing. So strongly does lie feel on the matter that he said he would not leave the State Par liament if he thought by so doing the Administration Act for carrying out these works wouldin anyway bejeopardised. ?He had taken his stand and he says nothing is likely to pre vail a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 February 1901
' SANDER fc SONS' EUCALYrrTKX TRACT is 4 lie only product of iiucalypttis Voonvod by Uoyul patronage tind i-ntruniM-ed y the entire Midical proifpeipn. he virtues cbieved thir Do not forget it. A man, who is alleged to be an anarchist, has been arrested on a charge of having attempted to kill the Duke d'Abruzzi. Two Genoese anarchists have been charged with having planned the assassination of a Judge who had sentenced some of their comrades. The Medicul Profession has unanimously adopted (he exclusive ut-c of SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, They caution ugainst other bruuds. Beware of this QITUATION Wanted by Lady who is goo 1 0 with, little children apd con teach sewing and fancy work, but no music or singing. Address, ' at this office. ? 271-4 WANTED by Mnrried Couple situation on at ion -Wifn, conk nnd house* kreper — Man, accustomed to station work. Apply office tin* payer. 270-2 WASTE PAPER for SALE at thiaofficc Id p. r lb. WANTED Laundresses. Generals, alto useful g...
Court of Petty Sessions. MONDAY.—Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 February 1901
Court of Petty Sessions. J Monday. — Before the P.M. I Ha}' Irrigation Trust v. Joseph Henry Dale to recover an amount of £2 10s for rent of land 011 the Irriga tion Ai*ea. Mr Wilkinson appeared for the Trust. The defendant pleaded : not indebted. James Newton deposed : I 11111 secretary 01 tlie liay irrigation Trust ; I produce authority to prosecute in this matter ; I know the defendant ; he took possession of the landon April 20, 1897 ; the land was originally taken up by Morris and transferred to Parkes in Aug. 1896, and transferred by Parkes to the defendant on the date mentioned ; the defendant admits having paid Parkes a sum of money for the land in question ; I produce a minute fixing the rent of land which was confirmed on the 4th of November increasing the rent from 2s to 10s per acre ; an inti mation to that effect was sent to the defendant ; the land is situated within the police district of Hay ; the defen dant took possession of the land ; I had two or three conversati...
The New Ministry. REDUCTION IN NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 February 1901
TEse New SBiisisiry Hedcltiox in Xu.mi:i-:i:. Yesterday Mr Peacock, Chief Secretary, completed his task of forming a Ministry, and after so informing tlie Lieu-, tenant Governor arranged that the Ministers should be sworn in as the occupants of their new offices on Tuesday. During the day Mr Peacock conferred with two or three of his colleagues in the Turner Ministry and .titer interviewing His Excellency in flu; after noon announced that he (Mr Peacock) had determined that there .should boa reduction in the Minister.^, in view 'f (lie Customs department having f-.. tl.n i, : 1 1 1 iii,,' wealth, and that the .Postal department wouid be shortly transferred to the Federal Government. This will result in a- saving of flOCO a year and when the Defence depart ment is also taken over by the Commonwealth, lu the eotirse j of a few weeks, a i'ta lhei' sav ing of a similar sum will be effected because the portfolio of Minister of Defence will then cease to exist. Ati- Peacock will take- the...