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Riverina Federal Electorate. MR JAMES ASHTON AT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

Riverina Federal Electorate. MB JAMES ASIITON AT HAY. On Monday night Mr James Ashton, a candidate for the House of Repre sentatives, addressed a large and enthusiastic meeting at the Academy of Music The hall was filled to over flowing, and there was a large number of ladies present. The Mayor (Mr J Witcombe) occupied the chair. Mr Ashton was supported on the platform bv the following gentlemen : — Messrs. j' Dill, J. Beveridge, A. W. Wilkinson, ?T. Tliacker, G. Melrose, D. Weir, J. McDowell, J. Lawson, — Cameron, Ryan, — Wynn, T. Dugfjan, P. Collins, J.' P. Baxter, — Goddard, and J. Callaway. The Mayor said they had met that evening to hear Mr Ashton state his views on the political situation as a candidate for the House of Represen tatives for the Riverina Electorate. He asked them to give Mr Ashton a good hearing in Hay, although it was unnecessary to ask that from a Hay audience, more especially as Mr Ashton was no stranger to them. He had pleasure in introducing to them — Mr A...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

STEWART DAWSON & CO. '5 -=» ? Charming Novelties In WEDDING c:a CJSrMDAV PRESENTS. Orders received and dispatched daily. Canine 1'aiil. I u,i,n ud Culal.^m (SO pates) post free. Write or Call. Ma t90.-Tw«lre BlWcr-Pl.tol Tea Spoons ud Sugar Tonp,lu Cue, £1 ft. 6d. | Ho. WT.-BIl Solid snverTe* Spoon, Id Horaces Cvt, £1 lot. No. Sn.-Elh or Glove Stretcher, 6l-1n. lone. Shoe IM, ud Button Booki, in Moreooo di«, a VH. Ho ML-Tali Fine 8'.lwi-PUtad Pio Servert, in Cue, Cl 10«. No. MS.— Solid Silver Ohrie'rninB Spoon, In Cue, 15s. «d. Silrcr Plated, 6s. 6d. I*. SSO.-Oue. containing Solid Silver Supu Bitter Jam Spoon, and llotler Knile, £1 is. So. 31»~ Silver Bulton Ilookj ud Shw UltUlC-H,lO9.M. Bo. tm.-tv.-o Fineat Cut-Glue Silver Mountoi Knife Rests, in Our, ISa. od. GEOKGE STREET & BXUA.ND, SYDNEY WEkioumiti 'auckunp, pmth. iohdqb. Nerve Tonic Builds up the System. Strengthens. This warm climate is very trying to all. Tho blood easily becomes impure and the nervous system...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE RIVERS. March 7. MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

THE RIVERS. March 7. MimRUMlltDC.EE. .Hay, 1ft. 2in below summer level. Wagga, 9in. above summer level. Oundagai, 2ft. 8in. Lacblan. Booligal, 2ft. 4in. falling.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

No dootnr thinks of u-in^ olh r KU :A I.YPTI KXTRACr bat, SANDERISON'?1 Din^cr(nt8conBe(|ueiiees result ini; frotivnlhiT brands are the cause. Do uot iurget it.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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SYDNEY STOCK MARKET. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

SYDNEY STOCK MARKET. V- [BY TELECIUrH.] Svdnev, Thursdav. Messrs Wilkinson and Lavender report as follows:— Shecp-15,000 sheep penned, mur ket much about the same, prime quality very firm. We sold for John Glasson, two rams at I2s Od, 13 crossbred sheep at 12k, 93 merinci wethers at Us 8d, 85 from 10s 4d to 10s W, 13 at As Id, 12 ewes at 9s lid. Cattle.— 1090 cattle were yarded, market considerably weaker. We sold for Southern Ai;ente, 8 cows averaging £6 Is Gd, one calf £S Hi, five at £2 4s.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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WOOL AND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

WOOL AND STOCK REPORTS. The Hay Stock Inspector (Mr Brougbton} reports :— 4500 sheep from Bathurst to Wyvern, 3100 Bheep from Batlmret to Wy vorn, S000 sheep from Bathurst to Brin gagoe, 224 rams from Bathurst to Wyvern, all by rail, Dalgoty and Coy. owners ; 8900 ewes from Urana to Bringagee passed Nar. randera on the 2nd. A. B. Gnggs oigier; 3000 crosbred eheep from Forbes to Dinili quin, passed Booligal on the. 3rd. S. V. Faulkner owner ; 2260 ewes from Dubbo to H. C. Sides, Booligal, passed Booligal on the 4tb ; 8200 mixed sheep .from Condoblin U- Deniliquin, passed Bnoligal on the 5th. John Oddy and Son owners ; 6000 wethers, woolly, from Hillston to Duckshot, passed Booligal on the 6th. H. and A. T. Creswick ownere. Messrs C. L. Griffiths and Go. report the sale of BungoH-annah park Estate situated on the Murray River between Albun- and Howlong, the purchaser being Mi- Powers of Messrs Powers, Rutherford and Co., Melbourne. The property which consists of 0,700 acres is nearly ...

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 — 7 March 1901

Cohuxa Railway. — The Victorian Minister of' Railways (Mr Trenwith), was seen % the Northern Grand National Railway League, who advo cated a cross-country line from Echuca to Pyramid Hill, Boort, Charlton, and Minyip. This would connect the North Eastern, Northern, North Western, and Southern lines, and when the towns of Jeril derie and Deniliquin, in New South Wales, were connected, the distance between Sydney and Adelaide would be lessened by 200 miles. The Minister noted the information.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

'^r Thomas' ' Barlow, one of the late Queen's physicians, is one of the wealthiest medical men in England, for, in addition to an enormously lucrative practice, he has a large private fortune. A few years ago he was a comparatively obscure practitioner in Bloomsbury, London, but on removing to Wimpole street — the heart of, the medical world his success I was sucli as to place him at the head of his profession. Sir Thomas is regarded as the first children's doctor in London. Doctors use exclusively SANDER AND ! SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Other . u. anils iliasppoiilt ami are dangerous, K^ep ' is io mind.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Narandera. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

IVurniulcra. [From our own Coriespondent.] A strike has occurred with the stone breakers employed by the Go verment on the storm water channel here. This is supposed to be one of the works carried out under the day labour system. Where, as the officer in charge has introduced «. flagrant system of sweating by fixing the piece price at a rate which it is impossible for the best men to earn minimum wages, as very many men after giving the work a fair trial have only earned from 3s Gd to 4s per day. About 25 men have struck for a higher rate pay, or minimum wages under the regula tions providing for three grades of 5s, 6s, and 7s per day. An opinion is preva lent that if a fair statement of the cost of this work is shown that it will ex ceed the cost of contract work, and that the section of the men who liave now struck for a minimum wage of 5s a day are justified in doing so, when other sections of the work, such as quarrying — njivvv work — -am hpinf* rlmip at. Mr. O'Sullivan's maxim...

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 — 7 March 1901

.'?''?' - ?, j Brandy. j, Honest Brandy,' Purity and Quality second ?e.' .nal — ' A Pure Product, well -t .ition of tlie Profession.' J TOBACCO. ~-nly one Best Tobacco, and that Tobacco is ?' health of Nations' Tobacco.' WATERBURY WATCHES. CANNOT QE BEATEN A Small Outlay obtains the Highest -Jrade Watch Made. IN NICKEL, SILVER or GOLD-FILLED CASE. S. HOFFNOTG & CO. 'SS W.L* Sydney & Brisbane THE HAY WOOL & SKIN CO. LACHLAN-STRKET, HAV, G. H. COTTRELL (Auctioneer) Ta'1«»a-»1 r-..V A Jaao ?--?* f Ma'le on all descriptions of property placed Liberal Cask Advances ! ?„, m, i,™^ s,,vLu, \»LLS MLa^ Estates, House Vruperty or Town Allotments. Live Stock, Furniture and Effect*, Wo.il, Sheepskins, and all Station Produce, On Hand fur Sale or Hire. Waggon*, Sulkies, Drovers' Plants, Harness, Horses. Pianos, Furnitnrc, &c, including the undermentioned Bargains, nod which Mill be delivered free to railway, lioat or tram, upou receipt of p.o, onler or cheque :— Si...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Thursday. The State Cabinet has decided that the Duke of Cornwall and York shall lay the foundation stone of the State House proponed years ago by Sir Hy. Parkes. The first wing to be erected shall he in remembrance of the N.S.W. volun teers who have fallen in South Africa. Mr. Barton stated yesterday that it -was not the intention uf the Govern ment to delay the iuti'oduction of a ?uniform tariff until next session of the Commonwealth Parliament. There ?were several bills that will have to be dealt with early in the session, but the tariff will lw introduced if it could be done. A procession of Victorian farmers with large tilted waggons and buggies jAssed through Wagga yesterday for FoAes to take possession of settlement letaes the3r recently secured by ballot. A regrading of the civil servants in the postal and telegraphic depart ments hy the Public Service Board was issued io fthc Government Gazette lust jiight. PERTH, Thursday. A...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

Sir Arthur Lawley, the new Governor- of Western Aus tralia, who will come to Aus tralia on the OjJiir with their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York, will, after being sworn in at Perth, leave for Melbourne to be present at the opening of the Federal Parliament. Ladies axd Gextlemen, — 1 am sending out a great many copies of this issue free, for approval. It is admitted on every hand that two papers are needed to give both sides of the various subjects occupying the public mind. I have therefore reduced the price of the ' Riverina Times' to 10s. a year (in advance) and 12s. (booked), with the hope that, if you have hitherto taken no paper, or whatever other paper you may take, you will also patronise the 'Times.' — JonN Andrew, Propriet or.

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

Sparling. [By Sterling.] Charlie Harrison, who must be re garded as one of the best all-round cricketers that played for Hay, left by train on Tuesday morning for the Wagga district. This wieldcr of the ' willow ' was a treat to witness with his variation of strokes. The Warad gery team, will feel a distinct loss by his departure. Now that Saturday matches are in vogue, 1 think a match between tho married and single should take well. ' It is never too late to mend,' but peds and wheelmen who intend to compete at the forthcoming St. Patrick's Day sports, are finally re minded that after Saturday next they will be too late to enter. I am informed that a match for a modest stake will be run off in the park oval on Wednesday next between 'Bill' Corey and Harry Staninore. The distance is 100 yards, and the former concedes the latter five yards. Harry Lincoln has got Corey in the pink of condition ; while 'Stannv' under the keen eye of Frank Darcliy, never felt better. The brewery talent ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Meeting of Mr. Chanter's Supporters. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

Meeting or Sir. Chanter's Supporters. A meeting of all those anxious to secure Mr. Chanter's return for the Federal Electorate of Riverina was held at Halbish's Crown Hotel on Tuesday night. There were present : —Mr. G. A. Miller (in the chair) and Mftasrs. .T. Newton. Math e\v son. W. Johnstone, Cummins, Cornish, F. Meakes, Kendall, Simlitzky, N. J. Trevena, J. Caddow, Jno DonoKoe, A. Hughes, Brewster, Hathaway, Harris, Giloghley, Graham, and W. Churche. Mr. J. Newton said that organisa tion was necessary in order that they might do their best to secure Mr. Chanter's return. They should appoint an executive committee and a general committee. Mr. Chanter was almost a stranger here, but he had known him for a long time, and had always found him an honest man and a true federalist. The question of freetrade and protection was not the question before the elector.';, that was only a red herring drawn across the trail by that astute politician Mi-. G. H. Reid. He thought they should all ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Cricket. HAY C.C. v. WARADGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

~€rickct. HAY C.C. v. WARADGERY. The most sensational match of the season was played on Wednesday after noon in the park oval — that is so far as it has gone. It has been a long time since the bowlers had such a day out as they had on Wednesday — the batsmen fell like urass before the scythe. The Hay captain won the toss and elected to bat, and this is how they fell to the Waradgery howlers — J. Reid and J. Addicoat more es pecially— 1 for 0, 2 for 5, 3 for 5, I for 5, 'C for 31, 7 for 71, 8 for 78, 9 for 84, 10 for8t. The only two bats men who offered any resistance were Rutherford (38) and Fowler (20) both of whom played good cricket under depressing conditions. The Warad gery team (who were minus their crack batsman Charlie Harrison) then went to the wickets, and Shiels clean howled Cleary, Armitage aud (h-een in his' first over. The price of poultry went up— more especially ducks. This is how the batsmen fell to Shiels and Fowler :— 1 for 0, 2 for 0, 3 for 0, 4 for 8, 5 for 10, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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V.R.C AUTUMN MEETING. [BY TELEGRAPH] THIRD DAY. SYDNEY, Thursday. HURDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 7 March 1901

V.K.C AUTUMN MBETIXG. [Bv Tklkuuaph] Tii hid Day. Sydney, Thursday. Huddles. Loch Fad ? 1 Fail-light ? 2 Mine ? 3 Elms Handicap. Juggler ... ... ... 1 Grasspan ... ... 2 Ironhoop ... ... 3 Autumn Handicap. S]-ecuiatioii ? 1 Flintlock ? i Vocalist ? 3 Champion Stakes. LA CARABINE ... 1 ADVANCE ? 2 CLEAN SWEEP ... 3

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Booligal. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

ltooliga). (From our own Correspondent.} Dear Editor,— There being a small debt on our Roman Catholic Church, the Jtev. Father O'Connell urged the local committee to advise some means of raising something towards its funds. mc loubci Buu uu num. iu draw the country folks and especially the young gents, a cricket match was got up for the day ; knowing that if they came to the match they would stay to the concert, and also bring along the young ladies. The match proved very enjoyable, as, since the rain, we have had a delightful change. The game was country and town. The former won easily. For the concert the liall was prepared and nicely decorated. Punctually at 8 p.m. the programme was begun. The lion. sec. is to be complimented on its success — both financially, as over £16 was raised — and also as an even ing's entertainment. He certainly de served it, as no stone was left unturned to ensure its success. ' Talent differs' so the adage says, and where all com bined to do their best...

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The Conningham Divorce Case. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

Tlie Coiiniugliam Divorcc Case. [by teleoiiaph.] Sydney, Monday. Tlie Conningham divorce case com menced this morning before Mr. Jus tice Owen and a special jury of twelve. Messrs. Want, Lee, and Ralston, instructed by Mr. . Slattery, appeared for the co-respondcnt, Dr. O'Haran. The petitioner claimed £5000 damages. There was no appearance of Mrs. Conningham. The petitioner asked the judge to suppress the evidence from publication, as it was no use ordering witnesses out of court when an hour after tliey could read the evidence. Also lie .had.evi dence coming out of a filthy nature, and it was not fair that tlie rising generation generally, and young girls, in particular, should read such stuff ; and, further, the names of innocent people may be involved. His Honor thought it would be better to make such applioation from time to time as evidence was ^cjng given, then he could make an order. He could not make a general rule. The petitioner then went into the box and gave as evidence ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Monday. Sir Wm. Lyne thinks that if peacc is shortly to be declared there will be no reasjn why we should dispatch any more volunteers unless men^are specially asked for by the War Office. He has communicated with the home authorities on the subject. With reference to the Conway alleged poisoning case a pocket book, minus some papers, supposed to have been lost by Conway, was found on Saturday near Christchurch, N.Z. Mrs Smith's husband, who is on his way to Sydney, denies the statement that he owed Conway money, and that de ceased had the deeds of his house. It is expected that Sir Wm. Lyne will resign his position as State Premier in a few days. When the steamer State of Cali fornia arrived at San Francisco re cently, one of the passengers, who embarked at Victoria, British Colum bia, was refused to be allowed to land on the ground that he was afflicted with a contagious disease alleged to be consumption. This is the first instance ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Cricket. [BY AN OCCASION CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

Cricket. [By an occasional Correspondent.] Tlie return cricket match between Booligal and lTistrict took place at Booligal on March Gtli, and was won easily by the latter. A large number of spectators, including a good sprink ling of the fair sex, watched the game with great interest. The weather was all that could be desired, and proceed ings started about noon. W. Bent who led the District, won the toss from — Perriman and sent Booligal to the wickets. They made a poor stand, being all out for 31, Perrimrn playing well for 17. At half-past one an adjournment was made for dinner, which was held at the Duke of Edin burgh Hotel, and it is almost needless to say that everyone was very well satisfied with the good things pro vided by Mr and Mrs S. Bigg ; and after hearty cheers had been given for that gentleman and his good lady, the players once more entered the arena. Tlie District team concluded their in nings for 56, Jno. Tassell, 'W. Bartlett, and E. Nicholson shaping well for 14,...

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