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Send Off and Presentation to Mr. A. Reid. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 21 February 1901

Send Off anil Presentation lo Mr. A. Reid. On Wednesday evening the mem bers of the Hay . Fire Biigade and the friends of Mr. A. Reid, to the number of about forty, assembled at the Hay Fire Brigade station to say farewell and make a presentation to their late captain, who is about to take his departure from Hay. The chair was occupied by the Superintendent of the Brigade (Mr. J. Witcombe), and a pleasant evening was spent. The Chairman was supported by Mr. F. A. Byrne, M.P., Mr. G. A Miller, and the Secretary of the Board, Mr. T. W. Blanche. After several songs had been sung — The Chairman said that lie was called upon to say a few words of fare well to their late captain, Mr. A. lleid, and to present him with a small token of their esteem and regard. Their . departing guest had been a member of , the Hay Fire Brigade for about eight years, and had occupied the position of captain for three or four years. As a fireman he bad worked well, and as captain he had brought the brigade to...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 21 February 1901

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Mr. ttarton addressed a large meet ing at Newtown last night. Most of his speech was a recapitulation of former statements. The main points were that it was not the intention of the Government to destroy any indus try of value to the nation. He fore shadowed legislation restricting Hindoo immigration. He was unable to say at present whether the federal tariff would be dealt with during the first, or second session of the Federal Parliament. That a large share of the Federal administration would be car ried on in Sydney when Parliament is not sitting. j Owing to a difficulty having cropped ; up with reference to the State elec- j torates there is a general belief in political circles that the present Par- j liament will not meet again before it j expires by effluxion of time. | A federal Gazette issued yesterday announces that from the first of March all departments of naval and military in fijudi State will be transferred to...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 21 February 1901

2o [?] i'' 'lllrefc'tof bur^gtfti' Whe&A^-'iiitlilcf* ?visiting' liilkfam-for * the^pi-yrfcsl''fttextl month. ,'r V - ! 1 ol£ crfcKftfrgrounti on Wedi; nesdav afternoon the combined forced of Butfchfefrf 'lftAd; 'BaKfthf' flayed jft' game of cricket with the men o£ jnk~ 1 the PrmterSl'.'The' latter 'batted first,'1 and whether it* eating fresh bread and tou^h ftt^ak;' they made a most mirferiible:,a!tteth^ at the creases, being disposed ot for aJ total of 32 runs; young 'Alb,r,lByrne making 15 of the number; being young, his indigestion could not have been impaired by the aforesaid causes, which the older and more able ex ponents of ' how we lost the match ' assert. The combined team then went to the wickets and when stumps were drawn for the day had lost four wickets for four runs. G. Emerson having recovered from the attack when batting, bowled well, taking three wickets in one over. The match will be resumed on Wednesday next ; and if t/liu Printers do succeed in mak ing ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Heard Round About. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 21 February 1901

Heard Kouiid About. [By The Rover] That the majority of the ratepayers are opposed to the Sewerage Scheme being carried out. The cost of con nection and extra rating is enough to strike terror into the hearts of property owners, who already feel, to no small extent, the depressed condition of tlie town. That ratepayers are to a certain ex tent blameable, as tlicv should demand an expression of opinion on subjects of j such moment befoie tlie election of; aldermen takes place. The question | has not been sprung on the ratepayers, as it has been a subject of thought for 1 some considerable time by the Council, i That Johnny Billson was presented j with a life size portrait o£ himself on Valentine Day. That we are to have a cycling club in Hay after all, at least that is the opinion of a large number of cycling enthusiasts. That the Waradgery Cricket Club have a big hope of winning the honors of premiership this season. That the horses purchased by Sub inspector Johnston for war purpos...

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 — 21 February 1901

The entire medical profession dibcunle the use of nil other Kucalyntus product!) bnt SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. There must be grave reason for doing 60. Think of this. Queensland. — The gold yield for January was 59,8Gloz., being a de ci'ease of 19,565oz. compared witli January of last-year. This is acoun tert for by continued dry weather, and also the fact that the Gympie and Mount Morgan yield was very low. Tlie Queensland Sugar Crop for the current season is estimated according to tho Muckay (Q), ' Sugar J ournal ' at 97,G05 tons, being 27,000 tons be low the 1900, and 67,000 tons below tho 1899 season. The entire Medical Profession 8a-'8: Tlierc is noreliahlc KUCALYPTI EXTRACT but SAKDKU & SONS', Gtlirr br&iide are ^tamped ss dangorous, 14-n-l this.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Cricket. HAY C. C. V. LICENSED VICTUALLERS' C. C. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 21 February 1901

€ 1* i c k c t« HAY C. C. V. LICENSED VIC TUALLERS' C. C. Tlie above match was continued in the park oval 011 Wednesday. The Licensed Victuallers' team who had 37 runs without the loss of a wicket continued their innings, and occupied the creases during the afternoon, com piling a total of 233 runs. T. Calla way and H. Proctor were absent. J. Callaway played a fine innings for 68 ; XV. Murphy 41, T. Donolioe 41, and F. Darchy 38 also gave good displays. The match will be resumed on Wed nesday next, when the Hay Club want 297 rims to win. Following are the scores : — HAY C.C. — 1st Inning*, 118. L.Y.C.C. — 1st Innings, 181. L.V.C.C. — 2nd Innings. F. Darchy, run out ? 38 T. Donohoo, c (sul-), 1- Shicln ? 40 J. Dillon, Fowler ? O \V. Murphy, h Rutherford ? 41 J. Callaway, h Shiels ? 68 H. Lincoln, std Dymock, b Rutherford.. . 12 \V. Kcost, b SUicls ? 8 (j. Emerson, c (sub), b Camper ? 12 B. Kcast, not out ? li T. Callaway, (absent) ? O H. Proctor, (absent) ? O Sundries ? 11 ToUl ? 233...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Licensed Victualler's Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

Licensed Victualler's Race Club. A meeting of the above club was held at the Red Lion Hotel on Friday night. There were present : — Mr. J . Law-son (President, in the chair), and Messrs Cooper, Jhonston, Dillon, King, Jones, Heinz, Allman, Mclntyre, Cot trell, Beardshaw and the secretary Mr G. A. Miller. UORRESPONDENCE. A letter was read from Mr J. Tal bot of Wagga, in answer to a request from the club to become a member, and stating that he would be pleased to attend their meeting in May, and subscribe £- 2s for the privilege of betting. He would do his best for the club in his district. The letter was received and the writer thanked for his promised support. The secretary read a wire he had re ceived from Mr Jas. Price, offering his services as handicapper at a fee of £10 10s. He intimated that he would attend their meeting and pay his own expenses. Mr Heinz moved, and Mr Dillon seconded, that Mr Price's offer be accepted. Carried. Mr Heinz moved, and Mr J ones seconded, that the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

Sporting. [Bv Sterling.] By wire I learn that great disap pointment was caused on Saturday at the scratching of Advance for the Doncaster Handicap and Sydney Cup. At the Murrumbidgee Hotel sports held on Wednesday last, S. Moor house's Dynamite won the Murrum bidgee and Federal Handicaps. Mr T. Jhonston's Doris won the Hack Race. There were several other events well contested ; W. Stanmore won the foot race. The match between the Licensed Victualler's C.C. and the Hay C.C., will be resumed in the park oval on Wednesday afternoon, when the Hay team want 297 runs* to win. The L.V.C.C.'s chance looks very rosy. I hear that a couple of our local 'peds' are in active work, with a view of journeying to Narandera and hav ing a cut for that ere 'century' handi cap. The cricket match between the sandwich team (Butchers and Bakers) and the Printers will be concluded on the old cricket ground on Wednesday.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Yanko Weir Defence Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

Yanko Weir Defence Com mittee. The members of the above committee met at Tattersall's Hotel on Friday night. There were present: — Mr J. Witcombe (Mayor, in the chair), and Messrs Qimson, Ronald, Gibson, Mac lure, Newton, Lcarmonth, Meakes, Patterson, J. Johnston, and Mr Byrne M.P., and the secretary, Mr T. AY. Blanche. The Chairman said the meeting had been convened for the purpose of the consideration of letters in reference to the Yanko Cutting. It appears that there is work going on at the cutting, and the Hay Council had applied through the Member (Mr Byrne) for a copy of the specifications under which the work was being carried out, and a letter had been sent to Mr Pyrne, which they had before them thai even ing, setting out that there were no specifications for the work, and that tlie work was being carried out by day labor, aud the said work consisted of making the creek to its original bed level. The reply not being regarded as satisfactory, it was felt that the Defence Com...

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 — 25 February 1901

Tlie Medical Profusion has 'unanimously adopted exclusive u«c of SANDER & SONS' EUCALYrTI EXTRACT. They caution sgftii it other l-roud*. Beware of this SHOP TO - LET — Tlie two-storey -shop; fitted witli shelving, drawers, equators, gas fittings, &c., &c., adjoining Mr. LobVs X-J'apcry Establishment. Apply fft' this office. rilliE FARMERS' MARKISI' are bow in 1 their NKIV PREMISES' with a nice fcTOCK OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, FRUIT. &e. 233te J. W. BOARDMAN aud CO. ? ?illTANTKD 150 to 300 tons ROX FIRE '-11 WOOD. Apply to Mr LAN FUAflCHI, Cliureh-atreet, Hay. 24Stc PHONOGRAPH and GRAPHOPHONE RECORDS for SALE Cheap. Apply this office. 280ic mo AjET.— A Weatherboard CuU»«o in JL Oro-m -street. Apply — .JAMES M'ANDRLW, Royul Standard Bakery. 23Stc ijluR SALK or TO LET-Lnr-c and Com inodioiiB Residence on the Irrigation Area. Apply to J. ANDREW, at this office LA. J. BROWN, Practical and Fathionnblo Bootmaker. Ail Itind^of Work done in best work*...

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Hay Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

Hay Quarter Sessions. The abovo Court was opened on Saturday morning before His Honor Judge Armstrong. Mr White pros ecuted for«tlie Crown. Other members of the legal profession present were : Messrs L. S. C. Uobertson, A. Alex ander, S. P. .Kemp and. W. Wilkinson. Tlie jury hst was called, and the following gentlemen were found to be absent : — Messrs. J. Claughton, W. Riley, J. McDowall, A. McDowall, W, J. Campbell, and M. O'Donohue. The two last-named gentlemen were fined £2 each, and satisfactory apolo gies were received in His Honor's opinion, from the other gentlemen. There were only two cases set down for hearing — that of Helen Booth (postponed from last Court, the jury failing to agree) ; and ijouis Carter, horse-stealing.' Kerping a Disorderly Hodse. Helen Booth (on bail) was charged with, having on the 23rd of J uly and divers other days kept a disorderly house and brothel at Hay. The accused pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr Robertson. The accused challenged fiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

ONE TASTE IS ENOUGH. Tlie writer never Ii.vl a 1 iste of rheuma tism Imt once— about {our yeav-i ug-- it was — atiil it bii.i ine np and mude me groan for six weeks. And I am not pr.iying for any more. I can get a lieurHoad now, ju*t by thinking h'-w it felt. Hut, oh, ivhat a lot of folk catch it wors«; tlmn I did. ! H ore is Airs Annie Hill, filic Is on* of i them. Or rntiicr she was ; she is right enough in these days. Her ide-i of talking of it is to cheer pome oilier fitflcrer, and show him the way out. And we thank her for that. ' It's tlie proper feeling to huve towiirds our fellow travellers through tins vale of tear?- and pains ' Some eight or ten yen re agV f*ys MfS Hill, ?' I wai a pt-rfect martyr to rheum** tism and indigestion. As if th»*y were not enough for one poor woman to lieur, 1 often had frightful pains in the chest, with weak ness all over my body. It was awful, ami I did not know what tiie end of it was giiiu to be. Now and then I was completely p' Ostrate. ' W...

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The Size of a Wave. SOME RECORD HEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

The Size of a Wave. Some Record Heights. Mr Vauglian Church is con tinuing his wave studies, in the columns of 'Knowledge' and deals in the January number with the size of ocean waves. 'It was in the Southern Indian Ocean, between the Cape of Good' Hope and the Isles ot St. Paul's and Amsterdam, in the region of almost continual westerly winds, that the largest waves were observed. On the 25th October 18C7, during a gale irom the N.W., with violent snow squalls, 30 waves were m easured at different times of the day whichaveraged 29.53ft. in height. The largest of them was 37.53ft., and of these no fewer than six in suc cession were observed, which fallowed one another witn ad mirable regularity. They lifted the corvette as if it had been a whaleboat then left her wal lowing in a deep trough, extend ing far on either hand. Lieu tenant Paris, who made these observations, had to mount to the 22nd rung of the shrouds before he attained the level of the crest. Oil the evening of the same...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Monday. Messrs. Wise and U. E. O'Connor addressed a large meeting at Orange. The former asserted that Mr. lieid had done all lie c julil to delay, hamper, and destroy federation. Mr. Wise promised to use his best efforts to secure the selection of Orange as the place for the federal capital. i -'Mr. O'Connor said that the Federal Ministers were desirous to bring about a moderate measure of protection if possible. Mr. Deakin denies that there is anything in the rumour that Mr. Lyne intends to retire from the Federal Cabinet. Mr. Drake, the Federal Postmaster, states that it is not his intention to appoint any oificei-s, even of a tem porary character, in connection with the Federal Postal Department until the transfer of the postal and tele graphic service to tlie Federal Govern ment. Miss Nellie Hutchinson, a recent arrival from South Africa, dropped dead during service yesterday morning in Summer Hill Wesleyan Church. The supposed ca...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Charge of Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

Charge of Larccay. At tlie Hay Police Court on Friday, before the P.M., Herman Bcardshaw, on bail, was chargcd with the larceny of 12s 5d the property of William Henry Hughe.?. Mr Kemp appr?nred for the prosecu fence. I The aecuscd was formerly charged witli stealing, but Mr Kemp withdrew the charge and substituted the one preferred above. The accused pleaded guilty to the charge of misappropriating the sum of 12s 5d. Mr Robertson asked that a fine be imposed. The accused would make good the amount. Mr Kemp stated that Hughes liad given the accused the money to pur , chase some goods with, and he had | misappropriated tlie same for his own use. j The P.M. fined the accused £2 ; ; costs of court Ss 4d ; professional costs £ 2 2s ; and witnesses expenses £3 ; total fine, £7 Ss 4d ; in default two months' imprisonment. The fine was paid.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

A sequel to tlie recent beer poison^ ing cases, which caused so much alai-Di ? recently in Manchester, was furnished in the law courts in London on Feb. 19, when an application was made for tlie compulsory liquidation of the es ? tate of Messrs Bostock and Co., sugar refiners, of Liverpool. Inquiries in stituted by the Government when the panic was at its height tended to trace the source of mischief to the factory of ; Messrs Bostock and Co., for beer made 'With Iheir augara had been found to contain arsenic, while in no other beer could arsenic be discovered. As a result of these revelations, a firm of brewers brought an action against Messrs. Bostock and Co. to recover damages for losses caused by the use of materials supplied by the defend ants. Tlie -jury in the case gave a ver dict for ti©' plaintiffs for £1,980 damages, and the creditors are now moving to have the estate wound up. Hiraii Tariff Effects. — A New York correspondent of the 'Scotsman' writes (December 29, 1900) t...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hay District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

liny i-lstrict Court. The District Court was opened on Saturday before Iiis Honor, Jndge Armstrong. H. B. Maclure v. John Bowcn, to recover a sum of £93 10s 3d. Mr Alexander appeared for the plaintilF. There was no appearance of defen dant. His Honor gave a verdict for amount claimed. Menkes and Wheeler v. Boyd and Swcetman, to recover a sum of £49 7s lid. Mr Uobertson appeared tor the plaintiffs, and Mr Alexander for the defendants. Mr Alexander stated that a settle ment had been arrived at, aud he asked His Honor to give a verdict for £4S 7s lid ; as the other side allowed a set oft' of £1 . That £20 b3 paid on Monday the 25th inst., and the balance by monthly instalments of £7 per month, llis Honor gave a verdict as desired.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

The correspondent of the 'Stan- daid ' states that Captain Malcolm Clark, after a daring cross-country journey at Leydsdorp, in the Zoutsan berg district of the Transvaal, lias captured six Boer officials with im portant papers in their possession, and has brought them prisoners to Pre toria- The entire Meilical Profession says: There is noreliablc KUGALYPTI KXTRACT hut .SAN l)KK & SONS', Othor brauds are Uiwped M dftngerwt. Mind tbie,

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 — 25 February 1901

CmcKET in England. — As a result of a conference of captains of county cricket clubs recently held to consider the question of what constitutes fair bowling, the Marylebone Cricket Club, u'li id] rnnlrnk cricket in England. notified several prominent bowlers that they would be no-balled in future un less they modified their deliveries. Amongst those whose bowling was ob jected to were A. Mold, of the Lanca shire club, and C. B. Fry, of Susfcex. It was stated at the time that the Lancashire club were showing some re luctance to accept the ruling of Mary lebone, and later it was announced that Prince Ranjitsinhji, the captain of tlie Sussex club, had objected to the decision as far as C. B. Fry was con cerned, and had expressed his deter mination to put Fry on to bowl if necessary. The committee of the Sussex Cricket Club has upheld the views of Prince Ranjitsinhji, and has carried a resolution declaring that the action of the captains in moving the Marylebone club was ultra vires. Th...

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Mr. J. M. Chanter. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

Mr. J. 91. Chanter Mr. Chanter has been prosecuting his candidature for the House of Re presentatives with considerable vigor, and lias addressed very large meetings at Jerilderie, U van a., Whitton, Car rathool, Hillston and Booligal. Unani mous votes of confidence were carried at each place, without a single dissen tient. The meeting at Hillston was exceptionally enthusiastic, and at the conclusion a committee numbering GO gentlemen was formed. At every meeting throughout the Lacblan Elec torate Mr Chanter read a telegram from Mr Carroll, M.P., for the dis trict, as follows As you have always been a staunch protectionist and ardent federalist, and ever ready friend of selectors, I earnestly trust that my friends will recognise your great work and return you at the top of tlie poll.' Mr Chanter speaks at Hay to-night, and at Booroorban to-morrow night.

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