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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. STANDARD Office, Hay, Wednesday, January 29, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 29 January 1873
WOOL AND STOCK BEPOET. Standard Office, Hay* Wednesday, January 29, 1873. The late fine rains have had a pleasing effect i on the whole of the district, and the back , blocks of the LacUiaxi especially are beautiful | with a green sward that is seldom seen at this j time of the year. All descriptions of sheep 1 that are not already fat will yet fatten this ! season, so that we may expect lots of market able stock for which fair prices may be expec tfiu tnrougnout tne autumn and winter months. The Bathurst burr is not so bad this season as it was at first anticipated it would be, and it would be well to cut and burn as much of it as possible Our ? iociil movements are: — On 13th inst.. 1774 ewes -were sold and de livered to Mr John Gordon, Barellan, by Messrs Sianbridge and Co., of Cuba. On '20th inst., 3300 mixed fat sheep left Willurab for Melbourne, Hon. Wm Campbell's. On 24th, 11© rams left Kerarbury for Mr Mac vean's, Howlong, Murray River. On 28th 7100 fat ewes crossed thepunt ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 29 January 1873
THE HAY STANDARD, and AD VERTISER FOR BALRANALD, WENTWORTff, MAUDE, BGOLIGAL, WILCANNIA, MENINDIE, BOURKE, . &c. t'rinted and published at Hay, Murrambidgee River, New South Wales, every Wednesday morning, m time for the out-going mails. TERMS. Subscription: 7s 6d quarterly in advance; subscribers to the Pastoral Times will be charged only os per quarter, postage added. CffAEGES FOE ADVERTISEMENTS : — - Six lines or under, 6d per line. Every line over six, 4d per line. 1 Displayed advertisements at per 1 line of space as above. j For advertisements inserted more ; than .once, twenty-five per cent dis count on the above charges will be - allowed for cash before withdrawal ' of any such advertisement. Advertising Births, Deaths, and Marriages 2s 6d each for cash, if , booked, 4s. ] No advertisement booked under * 2s 6d. Standing advertisements ordered for three months or more : — ; per quarter, in advance. One whole column £13 0 0 Half-a-coluinn 7 0 0 Quarter column 3 15 0 One...
CIRCUIT COURTS FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 29 January 1873
CIRCUIT COURTS FOE 1873. 'Wagga, on Friday 4th April, and Friday 3rd October. Albury, on Monday 14th April, and Monday 13th October. Deniliquin, on Wednesday 23rd April, and Wednes day 22nd October, QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1873. Wagga, 3rd February, 26th May, 25th August. Albury, 30th February, 2nd June, 1st September. Deniliquin, 18th February, 10th June, 9th Sept. Hay, 25th February, 15th September. Wentworth, J3th March, 26th September. DISTRICT COURTS FOB, 1873. Wagga, 4th February, 2.7th May, 26th August. Albury, lltli. February, 3rd June, 2nd September. Corowa, 14th February, 6 th June, 5th September. Deniliquin, 19th February, 11th June, 10th Sept. Hay, 26th February, 16th September. Balranald, 5th March, 22nd September. Wentworth, 14th March, 27th September.
SHIPPING. Wednesday, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 29 January 1873
SHIPPING. Wednesday, January -29. The Kelpie sailed for Echuca on the 22nd inst. The Jane Eliza sailed for Echuca on 23rd inst. The Murrumbidgee at Hay last night was 14ft. 6in., rising slowly. Wentwobth Shipping. — Arrivals: Jan. 12 — Duke of Edinburgh, general cargo, from South Australia; Prince Alfred, general cargo, from South Australia. 13th — Queen, general cargo, from South Australia ; Princess Royal, general cargo, from South Australia. 14th— Goolwa, wool, from Upper Darling. Depar tures: Jan. 13th — Duke of Edinburgh, in ballast, for South Australia; Prince Alfred, for SL Australia. 14th — Goolwa, with woolj 'for S. Australia. 15th— Queen, with wool, for S. Australia. 17th — Ariel and barge, from from Upper Darling, copper ore and wool.— Strong flood coming down the Darling. Murray killing. Weather intensely hot. .
By Electric Telegraph. MELBOURNE, Tuesday 4th Feb., 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
By Electric Telegraph. (FROM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday 4tli Feb., 4 D.m. Me Twynam is lying dangerously ill at St. Kilda. ° J London, Saturday Feb. 1. — Wool firm. Fifty thousand Russians are on the way to invade Khiva. A. Female Swindler. — An extraordinary ' series of frauds have recently been investigated by Mr Henry Miller, of the Guardian Society, Glas gow. In August of last year, a person by herd repp ana appearwice a young lady, and calling herself Miss M A Bruce Sutherland, and an elderly female having also a ladylike exterior, and who went by the name of Mrs Anna Wilkes, Miss Sutherland called on a number of leading1 ministers and lay men, ostensibly to obtain their support and influence on behalf of a scheme she had propounded for the establishment of middle-class schools in Italy, and especially to get them to act on the Edinburgh committee, she obtained tbe countenance of only two or three, who believed tbe scheme to be genuine; yet she got circulars pri...
PASTIME COLUMN. 31. Enigma, by Warrego. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
PASTIME COLUMN. 31. Enigma, bv Warrego. Though alike unknown to either time or pace, I attend the course and travel in the race ; Ever appearing to the starter in the drop of his flag, But vanish at once from the jock and his nag. I'm seen with the stewards, well dress'd and smart — While my place was fourth in the race at the start ; I can't pull the van, though heading the ruck. A heavy* course suits me, I slide from the muck. Of the past performers upon the Hay turf, All must allow I've a place in their worth. With General 1 stick— aye, and Hammerhead too ! Am part of old Rochester, but not of You'll Do. In betting quite lost, though one of the profession. Following winner'and loser without digression. With backer or taker I play the same game Giving each alike the end of his name. My doings on the turf are strange, you'll say, For one that's fast in the streets of Hay. Find me, fair readers ! a task, easy I'll own ; I dwell in the ' Standard,' proudly alone.
BOOLIGAL. February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
BOOLIGAL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 3. We are enjoying beautiful weather for this time of the year — the thermometer never reaches to 75 deg. Hot winds are a scarcity ; and we had a slight fall of rain on last Tues- | day. | From information received, the police seized a wagon, horses, and all the loading thereon, | am 7 ncf rtn cncniAiAn of c]tr_n-i»Ant I UX1 J. uccviaj vu ui giJ & 5 being carried thereon. They ai-e now in the hands of the police. It would, I suppose, be premature to make any remarks concerning this, as I believe an action is pending between the owner (Noonan) and the police — and also the prosecution for carrying grog without a license — will not come off until the 13th inst. If this case falls through, the persons who have, since last Tuesday, had their grog lying in the custody of the Booligal police, after ] having paid for it, will, no doubt, fancy there is a little despotism in the New South Wales branch of our ' faultless constitution.' ...
HAY POLICE COURT. Friday, 31st January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
HAY POLICE COURT. Friday, 31st January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Fairbairn v. Rudd, and same v. Day. — Each of these cases, brought by the Inspector of Sheep, was for neglect of provisions of sec tion 74 of Sheep Act, in not registering their run and premises with the Inspector of the district. They were each fined 5s and 5s (3d (-(Kh-! Tn Mi* Rurlrf's ho was fiiavcruri A.fia mileage for service of summons. J-ohn Welsh, was charged with stealing a watch, the property of Mr Nugent Synnot, of Cowl Cowl. Remanded to 7th inst. Henry Owen , (an old offender), for obscene language, was fined 40s, or one month. He went to gaol. Tuesday, 4th February. Police v. Jacob Le Levre, Alfred Harridge, John Anderson, Richard Reecet John Alliston, and James Pigot , for bathing in view Of a public place. Fined 5s each ; fines paid.
MELBOURNE. January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 31. The stay of Earl Canterbury in this colony is rapidly drawing to a close, and the arrangements for his departure are being rapidly matured. Toorak has seen the last of vice-regal festivities, which I suppose that very aristocratic ouarter will deenlv mourn. His Excellency has disposed of his private effects, and, after a short stay with Mr C E Bright, his son-in-law, will remain with the Bishop of Melbourne, until the time for departure arrives. Dr. Tracey goes with the Earl's party to England as the medical atten dant. The colony is to lose also the Master of Blantyre. I don not know, however, that his absence will be a loss, for the only way he distinguished himself here was in driving about town & four-in-hand drag. The strike amongst the Newcastle coal miners has not been withont any benefit, although the stoppage of the supply of coal caused for a time some inconvenience to the colonies, especially to those, shipowner...
WENTWORTH ANNUAL RACES. (From our own Correspondent.) FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, JAN. 23. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
WENTWORTH ANNUAL RACES. (From our own Correspondent.) FIRST DAY, THURSDAY JAN. 23. MAmEN MATE. Of 50 sovs for all horses that have never won an advertised prize, except hacks. One mile and a half. Weight for age. Entrance, £1 lis 6d. Mr A H Pegler's b tn Brunette, 4 yrs, 8st 91b (Curran) .. .. ... ... 1 La Cluse's r g Stride, 3 yrs 7sfc 6lb (.Gray) ... 2 Mr. M4Donald's b g Brigham Young, 5 yrs (King) .. .. ... ..3 A good start Brunette led from the start to finish. The polygamist tailed from the first. wkntwobth handicap. Of 40 sovs with a sweep of three sovs, to be paid on the night of general entry. Nomination of one sov, on or before 29th Dec. Weight declared 6th January, 1873. Two miles. Mr W Crozier's b m Flyaway, aged 8st 101b (W Crozier) ... . . ... .. 1 Mr Geo Rayner's g g Delta, aged, 7nt 71b ... 2 Mr Hamm&tl's b g Mischief, aged, 8st 91b . . 3 I?. Gray's b g Tormentor, -aged, 8st 101b (Gray) ... ... ... . . 4 Mr Jno Crozier's bile g Blackwood, aged,8st 101b 0 J Coo...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
LOCAL NEWS. Sheepowners. — The annual meeting for the election of directors takes place at the Court-house, Hay, on Thursday 6th Feb ruary, (to-morrow.) . We are issuing our quarter's accounts this week, and bespeak for them a cheerful accept ance and ready response. Sale To-morrow. — There will be a sale of household furniture at Mr Fairbairn's house, Simpson-street, to-morrow, at two o'clock, p.m. The things are good useful articles, and must be sold whatever they fetch. (See advt). The Hay Jockey Club. — The principal towspeople of Hay responded munificently to the call for special subscriptions to the Hay Handicap of £200 — fully £100 having been promised. Several of the neighbouring squat ters have also pledged themselves to subscribe, but the majority have not yet had time to reply to the circulars addressed to them by the ni„i. viuy, Presbyterian. — The Rev. S. Kelly, M.A., officiated for the Rev. S. A. Hamilton, in the church at Hay, last Sabbath, lie is a very ac ceptable p...
CORAL FORMATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
CORAL FORMATIONS. (from the athen^um.) lhe coral formations of tropical seas occur under four chief forms — fringing reefs, when the masses of coral grow on the rocky edge of an island or shore-line, closely adher ing to it ; barrier reefs, when the coral forms a bank at a distance (often many miles) from the shore, in the case of an island inclosing it like a ring ; atolls, when you have the ring of coral rock without the cen tral island ; and lastly, raised islands of coral rock, which have once been atolls or barrier reefs, but have, by changes of the level, risen in some cases to a height of 300 feet from the water. These coral formations occur in immense number in tropi cal seas, more especially in the Pacific, but also to some extent along the South American shore line of the Atlantic, and as bauks and islands in the Indian Ocean. They form masses which are truly QYl AT»TV* All O Ttrli t*t/\ WUCU VYC llllllJX Ui my agency which has built them up — the slowly-growing, flower- l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
? ? ! Advertisements received to C pm on Tuesdays; they should have the number of insertions written on the : face of the copy, otherwise they will be inserted and charged for until countermanded in writing. The Hay Standard is to be fonnd in Melbourne st Scott's Hotel, Menzies' Hotel, Tligbv's Council ! Clnb Hotel, the'Hnll of Commerce, Port Phillip Club flotfl. Mechanics' Institute, and other plnces. In SYDNEY at the Chamber of Commerce, the Royal Hotel, Cohen's Hotel, Mechanics' School of Arts, i Greville's Agency Rooms, Bushmen's Home, and j other plnces. In ADELAIDE at the Bushmpn's Club, and other ! places. Government Gazettes of New South Wales and . Victoria are received and filed at our office for tbe i convenience of our supporters. j Travelling Cattiye. — We shall be obliged to gen- ! tlemen in charge of cattle and horses travelling in Riverina if tliey will inform us, by letter or otherwise, of their progress for the purpose of publication in our ! stork article. ' j
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
If there is one strong position that the colonists of New South Wales and Victoria can take up, in regard to legislation, it is the very handsome provision which they have made for education. In the former colony the Act, in this respect, is very liberal, al though it does not go so far as the recent measure passed in' Victoria, where education is free, secular, and compulsory. There are few persons in the civilised world, it is to be I hoped, who would consider it a very great [ hardship to be rescued from ignorance, as very I largely, though not altogether, ignorance is the parent of crime. There is a prevailing j axiom, although at best it is but a fiction, that i every Briton is bound to know the law of the land, whereas in lact lawyers themselves, eminent in their profession, very often disagree as to what is, and what is not, law. So do persons in the other learned professions, such as in pbysic and divinity. Let a difficult surgical or medical case come before a court of law,...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [associated press telegrams. 1 Sydney, 25th January. — A bill mis introduced in the Assembly last night, giving to the citizens instead of the aldermen, power to elect the mayor. A large party of the lead ing residents was invited to accom pany the conference delegates to Lithgow Valley this morning. / ? rL ~ XT ? .Li - J ilHidDOLlTO UUUl W lt5 A* t5 WCiAStltJ ! miners have, it is reported, visited the Southern goldfields, urging the men to strike. Symptoms of dis affection are already resulting. The rowing club have decided to send a gig crew to Melbourne regatta. The Balmain regatta committee have received Mr Gulston's offer to bring out a University crew it the race is rowed in outriggers, with coxswain, and over a straight smooth water course ; a telegram has been sent to England to-day, conceding all that was asked; Arrived : Victoria, s. from London/ Adelaide, 25th January. — Mr Price Maurice has imported by the Collingrove sixty-threeangora goats, making his...
CIRCUIT COURTS FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
CIGCUIT COURTS FOIl 1873. Wagga, on Friday 4th April, and Friday 3rd October, j A f bury, on Monday 14th April, and Monday 13th October. Deni'iq'iin, on Wednesday 23rd April, and Wednes day 22nd October. QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1873. Wacrga, 3rd February, 2Gtli May. 35th August. A I bury, 10th February, 2nd June, 1st September. Deniliquin, 18th February, 10th June, 9th Sept. ? Hay, 25th February, 15ih September. Wentworth, 13th March, 26th September. DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1873. Ws£ga, 4th February, 27th May, _2flth August. Al bury, 11th February, 3rd June, 2nd September. Covowa.. 14th -February, 6th June, 5th September. Penilhjnin, 1.1th Febiuary, 11th June, 10th Sept. Hay, 2(!th February, 16th September. Balniuaid, 5th March, 22nd September. Wentworth, 14th March, 27th September.
MUNICIPAL. DAY OF NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
MUNICIPAL. Day of Nomination. Yesterday, at noon, at the Council Cham bers, Bush Inn, the Mayor (Frank Johns, Esq.) declared tbe names of gentlemen nominated as candidates for the two vacant Aldermanic chairs, and for the office of Auditors, as follows : — For Aldermen — Mr J. H. Pollard, Mr Thomas Simpson. Mr William Threlkeld. and Mr T. E. Blewett. There being more than the number required, the Mayor declared that a poll of the ratepayers would be taken at the Council Chambers, Bush Inn, from 8 a.m. till 3 p.m., on Friday next, 7th inst. As Auditors there were nominated — Mr Percv Milne and Mr John Richardson — and two being the number required, tbe Mayor declared these two gentlemen duly elected as auditors for the ensuing year. The Mayor then asked if any ratepayer present had any questions to ask the candi dates, but no one indicating a desire to do so tbe nomination closed. The rival candidates shaking hands before the fight over a bottle of champagne.
SUBMARINE CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 February 1873
SUBMARINE CABLE. f ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.') London, 25th January* — It has been ascertained that 200 of the emigrants by the Northfleei, hound to Hobart Town, have perished*. The steamer which caused the col lision was a foreign trader ; up to the d resent slip, rem ni n s 11 r» rli sco vfvred and universal indignation is felt at failing to render assistance after the accident; a reward has been offered for her detection, and a relief fund organised on behalf of the unfortu nate survivors of the wreck. Major Roberts has been appointed secre tary in the office of Sir Charles' Cowper, Agent-General for -New; South Wales. London, 25th January. — The St Petersburg Gazette expresses as- j tonishmentat the tone of the English press on the Central Asian question, and as it had previously treated the subject with moderation, it states that it is difficult to decide whether the present feeling represents an expression of public opinion, or is merely attributable to party motives; the pr...