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PASTIME COLUMN. Answers published a fortnight after the appearance of Questions. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 26 February 1873
PASTIME COLUMN, Answers published a fortnight after the appearance of Questions. 38. Diamond Puzzle, by A.B. & E.B. — No. 1. A consonant ; 2. An English tree ; 3. A weapon ; 4. A river in Victoria ; 5. An animal ; 6. A liquor ; 7 consonant. 89. Aritbmorem, by X.Y.Z., Hay.— My 13 14 15 I 1C is a preposition ; 13 3 17 15 to linger; 4 9 3 18 a pronoun ; 4 3 6 8 the hindermost part of a quadruped ; 1 11 12 a verb ; 3 18 3 7 10 a tale j 9 10 a pronoun ; j 15 10 3 4 part of a cow ; 12 3 4a pronoun ; 10 9 an inteijection ; 13 3 6 8 to cry ; 5 3 7 10 to mark ; and my whole is the name of a work of one of the best authors. 40. Aritbmorem, by Gobby, Hay.— My 7 12 3 is water ; 14 12 6 11 is to look -after ; 7 2 3 4 11 is a .inn 1 a ii a 10 A ? ? ? 1 ? « _* ? ? ; ? 1 u-ou j & « 0 x\f 11 u 4.0 19 » juttuurcr jtu ui& animal kingdom ; 5 3 8 is what a man has been some time in his life j and my whole is the name of a popular author. 41. Charade, by B;B., Bowlong. My first wa...
CHATEAU LAFITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 26 February 1873
CHATEAU LAFITE. Thebe being nothing whatever to see in the small town of Pauillac, which is the vety personification of ugliness, the best thing to do is to take a drive round to the chateaux in the neighbourhood cele brated for their ' grand crus.'' And here it may be remarked that the word chateau, as applied to the residences ot the proprietors of the more celebrated vintages of Medoc, is apt to produce a false impres sion. For the so-called chateaux have veiy little indeed of the feudal castle about them, having, I believe, all been built within the last 200 years. Chateaux Maigaux, the most considerable in size and appearance of them all, is merely an overgrown villa ot half Italian, half Grecian architecture, but nothing whatever of the castle about it. The fact I take it was, that very possibly owing to the boast ful nature of the natives of Gascony, the custom prevailed in Medoc of calling every farmhouse of any size a ' castle,' just as in the east of England the word ' hal...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 26 February 1873
The Angora. — At a recent meeting of the Geological Society of Victoria it was stated by Mr Wilson that by the Bangalore he had received account sales of the last clip of Angora wool or mohair from the Society's flock of pure goats now running on bis station, L-ongerenong. it realised 3s 8d per lb. As some of the goats clip over 41b of wool every six months it shows conclusively how valuable an addition to the stock aud wealth of the colony the Angora goat will ultimately prove. Adjusting Horse Collars. — How to fit a new collar to. the shoulder of a horse is thus told by The Farmer. The collar should be of the proper size ; just before putting it on the first time immerse it in water, letting it remain about a min ute, and immediately put it on the horse, being careful to have the hames so adjusted at the top and bottom as to fit the shoulder, and then put the horse to work. The collar by being wet, will adapt itself to the shoulder, and should dry on the horse. When taken off it s...
MELBOURNE. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 26 February 1873
MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Februarv 22. The public banquet to His Excellency at the Town Hall on the 20th ult., was one of the most cheerful of any public gatherings that have 'been held in Victoria for some time past. Thfi rtifi'zfins nf Melhrnimn flvifJpnt.lv know how to enjoy themselves, and no this festive occasion there was nothing wanting to make the success of the evening. The attendance was somewhat less than anticipated, still over 400 of our leading men assembled to do j -honour to Her Majesty's representative. The Earl's speech was thoroughly hearty, and i honest, and his Lordship was successful in impressing his listeners with the fact that .what he said he meant. Much has been said 'and written against Lord Canterbury, in some instances not without foundation, but what ever his errors may have been, the time for His Excellency's departure is now so close that the people of Victoria are willing to bury the past and only remember they might have had a worse ...
LOWER LACHLAN. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 26 February 1873
LOWER LACHLAN. (from our own correspondent.) February 17. The season now assumes real summer, the pasture everywhere is getting dry and ; white j the locust has devoured everything green. The fine moist weather that charac terised the commencement of this summer seems to have disappeared for a time, but even now a change is almost imminent. Stock in general may be considered to look flourishing throughout our district; as almost everywhere people are blessed with abun dance of water. Emus' are getting exceedingly numerous in all parts of the back country, and if the seasons continue as favourable as hitherto, they may become a nuisance to some of the runs back of the Lachlan. The Lower Lachlan continues very high — within three or four inches of as high as the year of the flood, 1870. It is not expected to fall much this summer. Swagmen looking for employment are not very numerous, but they are quite equal to the employment. Some seasons we see what we would rather not see ; large n...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HAY STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 26 February 1873
To the Editor of ihe Hay Standard. Sib, — Having seen a book on Spermatorrhoea, by a I person named liar grave, in which appears a para- j graph stating that Dr. Beany had examined his remedies, and had recommended them as being the j best, safest, and most innocent he had ever, seen ; and being the only medical man in the colonies, of ? ? T ? ? T ? n- Ti~ ? ? tut: auuic uauiCf x vuumuuo ± tuu tut? ui\ Dcttujr ic ferred to. In connection with the paragraph in question, I feel it due to myself to say that I know nothing of the man Hargvave or his remedies, and that I cer tainly never recommended him nor them, having never before beard of either. I am, dear Sir, Very truly yours, j JAS. GEO. BEANEY, F.R.C.S., Feb. 6th, 1873. Collins-st., East Melbourne.
A CAUTION TO THE NERVOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
A CAUTION TO THE NERVOUS. T*WA9 a dark midnight and the tapers light flight dimly and bluely shone, When I saw with affright, a form in white, On my chamber floor alone. He had not tbe hones of a skeleton, Nor the scowl of a goblin grim, Nor the frown of a sprit of the silent night, Who sat in that chamber dim. He rattled no chains to scare my brains, JNor was ghastly to the sight, Yet who he might be so strange to see I could not tell for fright. But harshly he cried as he scratched his side, Oh ! my poor body and bones, And be turned him o'er on the bare cold floor With terrible grunts and groans. Then I knew with relief, it was not a thief, Oh, no, it was none of these, Bnt I looked again and found out then 'T was my brother catching fleas. Jerry Sneak. List of Unclaimed Letters lying at the Hay Post Office, for the week ending- Mar. 4 : — J. Blacker, J. Brewitt, James Crosby, H.Dolrin,F.Duffy, J. Finnegan, Jeremiah Hig gins, J. Houghton, T. D. Hughes, T. S. Harvey, -'' Mrs G. Je...
ORIGINAL. ROAMING IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
ORIGINAL. ROAMING IN THE BUSH. j THE 'bush,' sweet fragrant inland bush forme, As I roam in tbe inorn beneath the great gum tree Through flowers of bright and scented leaves, And the pearly dewdrow hanging from tbe heaves Of some secluded lonely shepherd's hut, A pathway leading there, no other track or rut ; 'Mid the long white grass so tall and rank, And hanging listlessly o'er the calm still river bank; Along I stray o'er bill and dale To the mount where I see the white sbip sail, r ar on the smooth and tranquil sea-, That murmurs in the breeze a song of' tuneful glee, Singing to the wind ** Fill our outspread sheet, Speed on her Voyage tbe monarch of the fleet ; And may our homeward passage soon, be done, The Quickest and the fastest ever known to run.'' I I look and the beams of the moming sun j Come streaming every where, it's day's work just begun; The birds are singing sweet and gay, J The music of the ducks and swans at play, j Speaks volumes of Nature's work, i And tells u...
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS IN No. 81, FEB. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS IN No. 81, FEB. 10. 34. Arithmorem. — Answer ; — The Drovers Arm*-. Correct answer by B.R., Howlong, and lizzie K., Deniliquin. 35. Charade — Answer: — Campbelltown. Correct answer by B.R., Howlong, and Lizzie K., Denili quin. - 36. Diamond Pozzle. — Answer, thus : — W RAT NIGHT B R A G G E R WAGG A WAGGA FIREWORKS T A B A L G A PAGAN AGE A Correct answer by B.R., Howlong. 37. Enigma.— Answer:— The letter R. Correct answer by B.R., Howlong, and Lizzie K, Deniliquin.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE HAY STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
To the Editor of the Hay Standard. — Allow me, through the medium of your columns, to correct an error which two or three indi viduals seem anxious to promulgate — viz., that the Boxing-day picnic was got up exclusively for the benefit of the Hay Hospital, and that the visitors ought to have paid for wetting their whistles. This view of the matter i«, to say the least, unfair, as the greater portion of the committee exerted themselves in the undertaking simply with the intention of giv ing the inhabitants of the town a day of pleasure and amusement — teeling sure that by the sale of tickets of admission alone, a small sum would be realised for the funds of the Hospital. The committee have every reason to believe that they were successful in pleasing the public, and the balance in favour of the Hospital is fully equal to their expectations. The thanks of the towspeople and of the committee are due to those parties who gave the needful sup plies ; and of those gentlemen who gave libpr...
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. victoria v. new south wales. Although the day was showery and wet, about 2000 people as sembled on the Albert cricket ground to witness the match. Gibson, who was captain of the Victorian team, lost the toss, and Coates decided to put Sydney in the field. The play commenced at noon by Campbell and Gaggin going to the wickets, Coates and Dave Gregory bowling. The ground being very sloppy, steady play was the order of the day, Coates bowled Willy Camp bell for nil. Gaggin made 13, prin cipally singles, and then was caught by Kellick at point off a ball from Coates. Twice the play was stopped by rain. After Gaggin's wicket was taken an adjournment for lunch was made. The play was not resumed till three o'clock on account of the rain. Gibson followed Gaggin and joined Cooper. Both men played well, and runs came slowly but surely. Cooper's score ran up to 30, when D. Gregory bowled him. Total 62, | three wickets down. Cosstick fol lowed Cooper, and made 14, w...
MELBOURNE. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
MELBOURNE. (from our own correspondent.) February 28. 1 Earl Canterbury has held his last levee, it was rather a tame affair, and the atten dance was not up to the mark, although the ceremony of full dress was dispensed with. With His Excellency and with everything else the coming over-shadows tbe receding sun. It is to be regretted such should be the J case, and the folks of Melbourne should have i remembered that for the sake of the colony to which they belong, they should have shown respect in a marKea manner to tne represen tative of Her Majesty, though they might not care a jot for the man. In connection with the departure of His Excellency some worthy citizens have unwit tingly, no doubt- burnt their fingers. In my last I stated the banquet was moderately attended, the absence of many being marked who have always been eager to obtain invita tions to the Vice-Regal gatherings. This being the case, their absence from the farewell banquet, will not be forgotten, and many who have...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [associated press telegrams.] oydney, zAna r ebruary. — During a heavy thunderstorm at Bathurst yesterday the racehorse Tempest was killed while out exercising ; The groom was rendered insensible for some time. About 200 bales of wool have been already recovered from the wreck of this Polmaise. Krohman's company have retorted another cake of gold, making 14,000 oz for the present crushing. Adelaide, 22nd F ebruary. — -Mr Samuel Davenport has been elected president of the Agricultural So ciety. Wheat is advancing, and sales have been effected at 4s 9d, holders are asking 4s lOd ; flour is firm, and unchanged. Stawell, 22nd February. — The mine owners held a meeting on Saturday, and offered to pay miners wages as follows : The eight hours system to be recognised ; the miners minimum rate of wages to be two pounds eight shillings per week; truckman two pounds five shillings ; shaftsman, or miners doing work of a more difficult or dangerous character, to be paid specia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
CIRCULAR. % Ije ^Manager of tfye ' %Lay Standard,' presents l)is kind re gards to tfyose gentlemen wljo Ijave received bills recently, and begs tlje favour of early remittances. Notice. BEING a%ont to VACATE th« MANAGEMENT of the ' HAT STANDARD ' at the end of this ^ month, I respectfully request that all claims against me be sent in without delay. *?' JOHN ANDREW. Advertisements received to 6 pm on Tuesdays; they should have the number of insertions written on the face of the copy, otherwise they will he inserted and charged for until countermanded in wriiinsr. The Hay Standard is to be found in Melbourne at Scott's Hotel, Menzies' Hotel, Right's Council CAuh Hotel, the Hall of Commerce, Port Phillip Club Hotel. Mechanics' Institute, and other places. In SYDNEY at the Chamber of Commerce, tbe Royal Hotel, Cohen's Hotel, Mechanics' School of Arts, Greville's Agency Rooms, Bushmen's Home, and other plnces. In ADELAIDE at the Bushmen's Club, and other places. Government Gazettes of Ne...
HAY POLICE COURT. Friday, February 21. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 5 March 1873
HAY POLICE COURT. Friday, February 21. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Alfred Hall, cook at the Caledonian Hotel, charged with neglect of duty. Agreement cancelled. John Sheridan v. IVilliam li'l' Fa dzean for illegally detaining a horse. Case dismissed. Plaintiff ordered to pay £3 costs within a fortnight. -J ITT 1 '» ' T* 1 ? O /* , 1_ Wednesday, reoruary ^oiu. Sarah Newton remanded till March 3, and again remanded for the presence of Mr Reed, to 8th March. Thursday, February 27th. Peter Keane for obscene language, fined 5s, or 24 hours, went to prison. Saturday. March 1st. Thomas Evans for being drunk was admon ished and discharged.