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CHURCH SERVICES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

CUOKCtl SEltVlctia. Wesleyan Cucrcu. Sunday, March 3. — II a.m. (Mr W. O. Buttei-worth) ; 7.30 p.m. (MrF. Styniau). Sabbath School at 3 p.m. Monday, Christian Endeavor, 8 p.m. Thursday, Fellowship Meeting, 8 p.m. Friday, Choir Practice, 8 p.m. Catholic ^Ciiukch, Mass will be celebrated as follows : — Hay, on Suudays at 8 and 1 1 a.m. Church of England. Hay, March 3rd — Second Sunday in. Lent — The Holy Communion, 11 a.m.; Children's Service, 3 p.m. ; Evensong and Sermon, 7.S0 p.m. Tuesday — Business Meeting Sunday School Teachers, 8 p.m. Wednesday — Meeting of Parochial Coun cil, S p.m. Friday — Evensong and Address, 7.30 p.m. Mattins, daily, 9 a.m. ; Evensong, daily, 7.30p.m.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL AND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

WOOL AND STOCK REPORTS On Monday lost 3 cars of frozen mutton left the Dsniliquin Freezing Works for export. The fallowing are the stock move ments for the week: — 100 wethers, Spring Plains to J. Fcnncssy, Mathoura ; 1,380 wethers, Dcniliquin to A. E. Kinsey, Bauiba Park, Moama ; 1,110 crossbred sliccp, Moania to J. Feusom, Perricoata ; 2o0 mixed sheep, Moama, to J. Alcz, Tatalia ; 2.»0 mixed sheep, Moama, to^Rsbert Sands, C-aloola ; 477 merino wethers, Moama, to S. (i. Martin, lulla ; 3o0 merino ewes, to D. Davies, Baratta ; 5D3 mixed sheep Moama, to J. T. Joachim Moira : 4J- cattle, Moama (Anderson's) to Moulameiu ; 9t-i merino wethers, Moama to D. Glecn Mathoura ; 100 crossbred wethers Pine -irovc, Finley t-o Wanganella estate ; 80 rams, E. and W. Naughtoivs, Dcnili«\uin, to J. (J. Walker aud Co. Bendigo ; 2,931 crossbred ewes North Yathong, to Barham ; 1 horse 'Tooralio,' C. F. De Eraga's to Victoria 4 1,380 wethers Robert Anderson's, to Barham. A consignment of 22 pure bretl^ ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

Joshua's Boomerang1 Brandy. The London Times—' A Sound, Honest Brandy,' The Lancet — ' Of a Fragrance, Purity and Quality second to none.' The British Medical Journal — ' A Pure Product, well worthy tlie attention of the Profession.' dark: tobacco. There is only one Best Tobacco, and that Tobacco is ' Wealth of Nations' Tobacco.' WATERBURY WATCHES. CANNOT BE BEATEN A Small Outlay obtains the Highest Grade Watcli Made IN NICKEL, SILVER or G OLD-FILLED CASE. S.HOFFNUNG&CQ, Agents, LE Sydney & Brisbane; THE HAY WOOL & SKIN CO. LACH LAN-STREET, HAY, G. h! COTTRELL (Auctioneer) Liberal Cash Advances ! in his hands for S.-iJe, including Landed Estates, House Property or Town Allotments. Live Stock, Furniture and EfTects, \\'o;»l, Sheepskins, and all Stutiou Produce, Oil ftlaud for Sale or Hi re. Waggone, Sulkies, Drovere* iMontp, Harness, Horses, Tiiinos, Furniture, &c., including tlie undermentioned Barguius, and which will be delivered free to railway, lo...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

The largest orange orchard in the world is at Riverside, California. Its area is 30 square miles, or ] 9,200 acres, in which are growing 1,536,000 orange trees. These trees are planted 20ft. apart, and the produce for this season (writes a contemporarj') is estimated at about 31 8,042,000 oranges, and the product of this district is stated to be one-third of all the output of the state. The money value of this enormous quantity is calculated at six million dollars or an average of over G71 dollars for every man, woman, and child in the district. Although oranges are shipped from Riverside every month in the year, the bulk of the crop is exported from 1st December to 1st Ma}-. Riverside is especi ally suitable for the cultivation of the orange, for. it lias all the - essential elements of success — an ample water supply, the proper soil, the right altitude, and the absence of fogs. The selling value of orange groves in bearing- varies from 500 dollars to 2,000 dollars per acre. The m...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE HAY P.S.C.C. PAYS A SECOND VISIT TO CARRATHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 25 February 1901

The Hav P.S.C.C. Pays a Second Visit to Carrathool. [Bv D.J.T.] What mattered it to the boys of Hay whether Ashton or Chanter was the favorite ; or whether our friend ' Twin Beard ' ot the ' Grazier ' in a to-be-continued-in-our-next did have ' Impressions of Hay or whether it will cost the ratepayers 35s. in the £ to connect with the sewer 1 What mat tered it? It mattered nought. What did concern them, however, was a tele gram from the secretary of the Carra thool C.C. received on Friday night, which ran as follows : — ' Come to morrow or not at all.' This imperative message, which (it afterwards transpired) was the result of complications arising from condi tions, which, under similar circum stances, are said to be so fatal to the preparation of good broth, set the hearts and bikes of the boys of Hay moving furiously. Boys in outlying parts had to be apprised ; arrange ments had to be made with the railway authorities ; ginger beer to be bought ; stern parents interviewed ; and 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 — 25 February 1901

J. T H A C K E E, TAILOR. Twenty years experience as a Cutler io Jsoud'Ht j»nd the Cii'onics. Hicb-clAM Tailorjni; at Cttv Pi ices. Opposite PO., HAY. 8St

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

Crickc t. BANKS v. CIVIL SERVANTS. A match was played in the park oval on Saturday afternoon between teams representing the above strong combinations. Mr A. Julian cap tained the Banks and Mr J. Reid the Civil Servants. TJie match was a most interesting one, the result being a win for the Civil Sen-ants by 18 runs, which was mainly duo to the splendid batting of Green 33, and Reid 30 (both retired), and McDonnell 21; For the Banks Illidge played a good game, compiling 29 by graceful cricket; Fowler made 20 by good batting, Bel lamy 12, and Rutherford and D3-mock 1 1 each. For the winners, Reid, God dard, and Bollman bowled well ; while for the losers, Shiels, Fowler, and Julian were well on the wicket. Following are the scores : — BANKS. -1st Innings. 1). Fowler, 1» Goddard ? 20 A. Rutherford, c Reid, 1) (^oddard ... 11 G. Illidge, 1 1) w., b Reid ? 29 A. F. Julian, c Russell, 1- ( ? nrlildld ... 7 — Sliicls, c Camper, b (Joddartl ? 8 — Bellamy, b Bollman ? 12 E. Crnddock, b Reid .....

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

' EDITORIAL NOTICES. Wsin\1te communications from ladies and gcnt1u- ] iiicii in the various townships of Itiverina on nmtten publl^y interesting, also from theetotions and home* steads on laud and stock matters generally. We trust that our endeavors to producc a first-class provincial paper meets the approval of our readers (cencraJly, '? Hear, the other side,'1 Is acknowledged to be^sscntial in oouiitii; to a just judpneut on. all' dieimtable theroee, and wc sliali always 4ie willing ta, J mulish views on public matters, although quite dif-7 erent from our own, provided only they be worded respectfully, and have the writer's name enclosed for the editor's information. , ' We have much plrasurc In inviting our suDscriben : and others to vibit our ottice, lately known as the 1 Alma Kink, on Wednesday ami Saturday afternoons, about 6 p.m., to pee our new printing uiachino aud gas enpine ot work. The machine is the very latest thing of the kiml out from England— it works I smoothly an...

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

10 CLEAR IKE IIOTHIMi cowunm like BunsHEy||ffifflL soap Million* of Women on Cnticnra Soap Exclusively for beautifying the skio, for the ?topping of falling hair, for softening and whit eaiog red, rough hands, for annoying IrttaUoDs, too free or offensive pereplr&Uoo, washes for ulcerative weakneaaee, for many sanative anti septic psrpoees, and lor all tbe uses of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Sold by ill Colonial Chemist*. Porraa Daco It Cuk- Cokt«, BoU PropL, Boston, U. S. A.

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

Funeral Notice. TPHK Friends of the late MBS ABERLINK J. arc respectfully invited to follow her remains to place of interment, the Hay Cemetery. The Funeral will start from the Railway Station immediately after the arrival of the train on TUESDAY Afternoon. A. DUNCAN, 301 Undertaker.

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

STEWART DAWSON & CO.'S ' -? ? .Charming Novelties in WEDDING DIUMIOAy I'KCSZNr.). Orders received and dispatched daily. Carringo Paid. Il.u.-siinied Cuuloeuc (SO pagee) post free* Wiite or Call. Xo. 850.— Tvel \ e Silver-Hated Ten Spoons and ? flugar Tongn, in Cue, £1 7a. fid. Solid SIlverTtt Spoons, in Uorocco Case, £1 10#, - No. 821. — Sil' c Glove Stretcher, 0|-in. lenp, Sho«tM abd Button Hooks, Id Mortoeo Owe, £1 10c. No K6.-Pair Fine Slv r-Plated Pie Ben'CW, In CVe. £i 10a, Ko. IW.— So'.ld Silver Ghris'enlnt Spoon, (a OtHi 15s. tki. Silver-Pitted, 6s. fid. Ift. 85Q. — Gate, containing Solid Silver 8ug%r SifUr Jam Spoon, and Butter Knife, £1 &, lite In case, Ifc M. -o, MJ, —Two Finest Cut-Clm Silver MoanUi Kniie Rests, In CJa», 18s. fld. GEOHGli STREET & 8THAND, SYDNEY MELBOURNE, AUCKLAND, rtRTH LOHDOH.

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

j*'l ' 1 'r * V to shut tlie stroDg draft struck you squarely in tlie Jvy/yT / j ' A draft means / J a- cold, a cough, -- / pneumonia, and /*gBali WrfuAj often the beginning mHK ot consumption SjjgSlw You shun a draft. But you can't when riding in' wmv/ tbe street-cars; either in the closed or open cars. Then keep at hand a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral It will cure a 'street-car cold' in a night The moment you feci chilly or feverish, want to cougli, or have any 1 tightness in the chest take a dose. The ! relief is immediate. Put up in large and small bottles. Aycr'B Cherry Pectoral Piaster is a great aid to the Cherry Pectoral. Placed directly over the painful lung, it draws out all soreness, relieves congestion, and' imparts great strength. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AyerCo., Lowell, Hui„ U.S. A. SANDER & SONS' EUCALYTI EX TRACT IB universally adopted by Doctor'. Medical Syndicates reject all others, Mark this : 'Exhibition testifys to ueefulne&B in general, making ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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De Wet in Full Flight. LONDON, Feb. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 28 February 1901

De Wet in Full Flight. LONDON, Feb. 25. News has been received by the War Office of a decisive attack on the Boer leader Do Wet, which has completely broken up the following of tlie famous Icaider, who has so long eluded the jBntish and caused so much alarm in Cape Colonv. Colonel Plumer reports that the attack was mode ou Saturday by Colonel Owen. The troops under Colonel Owen comprised detachments of King's Dragoon Guards, of the Vic torian battalion of the Australian Imperial Kpgiment and of the Imperial Lihgt Horse. They captured De Wet's 15-pounder and pom pom also 50 prisoners and some carts containing ammunition. The attack was so successful that the Boers were driven into full retreat and dispersed in scattered bodies in various directions, Colonel Plumer adds that they arc being vigorously' pursued. It is further added that the British sustained no casualties, llouter's correspondent in Capo Town telegraphs that it is re ported there that after the engagement De Wet himself...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Small Debts Court, Hay. TUESDAY—Before the P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 28 February 1901

Small Debts Court, Hay. Tuesday — Before the P.M. D. F. Mackenzie and wife v, J. Carter and wife. Mr Wilkinson ap peared for the plaintiffs, and Mr Bobertson for the defendants. This was an action taken to recover an amount of £3 12s 9d for work and labor done. Mrs Mackenzie deposed : About 12 months' ago Hits Carter told my child to ask me if I would do washing for her, and what the charge would be ; I sent the child back to say I would do the washing, and Mrs Carter could give whatever she liked ; she sent back word that she would give mo 2s 6d per week ; I .did the washing for her for about nine months ; falso did sewing for Mrs Cortcr between February and December ; the item of 2s money lent, is that I gave Mrs Carter £1 to take out 2s I owed for meat, and she only returned me 16s, saying she would give me the other 2s another time ; the item 2s for shoes is correct, Mrs Carter bought them to go to fl. ball. To Mr ltabertson: I owe Mrs Cavter some money ; I do not remem ber the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Cricket. HAY C. C. V. LICENSED VIC TUALLERS' C. C. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 28 February 1901

Ci'ickct. * HAY C. C. V. LICENSED VIC TUALLERS' C. C. This match was concluded in tlie park oval on Wednesday afternoon when the Licensed Victuallers gained a victory by 105 runs. The weather was a wee bit warm, but the atten dance was 'rood, and the enthusiasm great. Tlie Hay team wanting 297 runs to win, went to the creases about fifteen minutes past four, and remained there till seven o'clock, when the last wicket fell with the total at 192. J. Beveridge gave a 'rand display for 54, when he was neatly stumped by Jack Dillon. G. Illidgc and II. Camper plaj'ed a lively innings for 57 and 31 respectively. Tom Donohoe came out with the bowling average, securing four wickets at a cost of 34 runs. Following are tlie scores : — L.V.C.C.— lot Innings, 181. L.V.C.C.— 2nd Innings. HAY C.C.— 1st Innings, 118. HAY C.C.-2ud innings. -i, Hlidge, c W. Keast, bDnnolloe ... 57 J, Beveridge, std. Dillon, h Callaway ... 54 J. Rutherford, lbw, b Callaway ... 4 R. Darchy, b Donohoe ? 10 Shicls, b Don...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hay City Baud. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 28 February 1901

Hay City Band. The Committee of. the above Band met on Monday afternoon at tlic Council Chambers. Present. — Mr G. A. Miller (in the chair) and Messrs II. B. ? Maclure, A. Alexander, C. HidKcoclc, G. Sadler and J. Donald son. CoitnESPONDKXCE. A letter was read from tlie Hay Municipal Council intimating that n, subsidy of £10 had been granted to the Band — payable half yearly. Mr Hidgcock moved that the letter be received, and the Council thanked for the grant, and that application be I made for a first instalment of £3, in i order that tlie committee might pro ceed with the erection of a rotunda on Mr Tyson's square. Mr Alexander seconded the motion, which was carried. A letter was read from Mr Byrne, | forwarding a copy of reply from the Government in answer to one from him, asking for assistance to tliu Band, in the shupe of supplying music, etc., which stated that the Government was giving the matter consideration. Mr Alexander intimated that he had written and thanked Mr Byrne f...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Open Column [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 28 February 1901

Open Column [ll'« iiuiln cuminiiiiivtilhiit fur thin eul limit— hut tin mil huld mimlres rex/nm sihle fur win opinions expressed therein ] TO Tllli EDITOII. Dkak Sin,— Your leader of '.'3th inst. has given m= genuine satisfaction, though you are anxious to make it appear you have' no personal animus tu Mr. Ashton', still, read ing between tire lines, one can see that that is really the pivot on which your abase of his action turns, hut by so wilting you have done him more good than auvtiiiiig his friends could havedone for him. ' You place the courage shown in Mr. Ashton's utter ances on the South African war in the same category as that displayed in Do Wot Jinunv Governor and other ininYli.rn,-* brutalities; their's arc examples of brute courage, and nre as opposed as .the poles, to what I referred, viz.. Sir. Ashton's moiiaj. courage. It is to be hoped your mind is able te grasp the distinction l-etu-cen the moral and tlie physical. I am an admirer of both kinds, when displayed on...

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 — 28 February 1901

Hailstorms. — Mr Clement Wragge wlio lias just returned from Europe where he attended the meteorological conference in connexion with the Paris Exhibition. Mr. Wragge was deputed by the Queensland Government to inquire into the Styrian system for the pre vention of hailstorms. In this connection he says; — ' I pro ceeded to Styria, one of the Austrian provinces, in the north of Italy, and thoroughly ex miued the whole system. It is- known as the Stiger vortex, and is formed by firing blank charges of powderfrom a special type of cannon against the hail clouds. It is a wonderful invention. Since the experi ment was started no hail has fallen, and the saving . to growers has been enormous I am of opinion that it this means could be used on the storms in the large towns where telephone exchanges exist it would prevent the fusion of wires. M. Stiger, who has ex tensive vineyards has a bat tery of shooting guns and only once since the inauguration of the experiment has hail caused any da...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sewerage Scheme. PETITION BEFORE THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 28 February 1901

The Sewerage Scheme. PETITION BEFORE THE COUNCIL. At tho ordinary meeting of the Hay Municipal Council held on Wednesday night, n petition was presented by Mr G. Buttcr wurlii, on behalf of 79 ratepayers. The Aldermen present -wore:— Alderman J. Witoombe (Maj'or in thc'cliaii), ond Alder mou Miller, Sadler, Lawson, Alexander, aud The petition presentod read as follows :— ' AVe, tlie undersigned ratepayers, respectfully petition tlie Mayor 'and Aldermen of Hay to refrain from giving any guarantee to Government for the Sewerage works now under considera tion for the following reasons': — 1. That tlie proposed system is an experiment and may collapse, and the property owners would bs saddled with an everlasting fate — without re ceiving any benefit. 2. That even if it were successful the expense of connecting would be so groat as to be beyond the available means of your petitioners — (being es timated at not less than £20 for each cottage) and in cases would com pletely ruin the owners...

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 — 28 February 1901

Two Opinions. — The newly elected Mayor of a country town was about to make his first journey in that capacity through the place. The towns people had arranged that from an arch of flowers under which ] he was to pass a floral crown should hang, surmounted by the words, 'He well deserves it.' But the wind blew away the crown, and when the pompous j

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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