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St. Patrick's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

St. Patrick's Day Sports Following aro the nominations for the above sports to be held in the park on Monday next : — St. Patrick's Day Handicap. J. Spcers A. Josephs W. Miles E. A. Fowler W. Tolmie F. Lavender W. Corey H. J. Proctor G. Robertson E. Marshall G. A. Miller Jno. Sullivan (a) Jas. Corrigan W. Jones Geo. Clarke G. Norman F. Darchy J. Blight H. Williams E. rnncc (a) Novice Bicycle Handicap. Colin Robertson A. Camper T. Ashley R. Darchy T. Fallon J. Philpot H. Lincoln C. fiprod — Quin A. W. Drinkwater R. Mateer G. Emerson T. Mulligan 8. Vinton E. Bell Opes Bicycle Handicap. G. Haines, jun. C. Sprod G. Oxley Jno. Dillon M. Wallace A. W. Driukwatcr R. Darchy Society Handicap. W. Miles Hi On W. Tolmie Harp Lee J. Corbett Jas. Newton J. Angleton A. l}onohoe W. H. Percy Jas. Lawsou L. Shields — Rodgers F. Mcakos F. Lavender J. Willoughby H. D. Button F. Darchy * — Spiller J. T. Barnett T. F. Patterson A. Williams J. Falcon — Quin H. Emerson T. Davis J. Callaway 'Skylark' R. Dar...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New South Wales Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

New South Wales Candidates. So far 40 candidates for the Senate and 62 for the House of Representa tives have announced themselves. The political faith of these candidates ou the tariff question may be gi^en as follows : — For the Senate there are 17 freetraders, of whom six are ap proved by the free-trade organisation, 13 protectionists, two labour, six socialists, one independent, and one currency reformer. The candidates supported by the free-trade organisa tion are Messrs A. J. Gould, E. W. Pulsford, and E. D. Millen, M.L.C.'s, and J. T. Walker, J. P. Gray, and J. C. Neild, M.L.A.'s. Of the other freetraders, one, Mr G. H. Cox, is a member of the Legislative Council, and two, Sir Matthew Harris and Mr T. Cotton, are members of the Legis lative Assembly. Of the protec tionists, Mr 11. E. O'Connor, is a mem ber of the Federal Ministry, and three, Messrs R. D. Meagher, J. Norton, and J. Kidd, are members of the Assembly, as aro also one of the labour candi dates, Mr Smith, and the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wholesale Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

Wholesale Divorce. Thirteen petitions for divorce came ' before Mr. Justice Simpson, on Thurs- 1 day in Sydney, and a decree nisi was 1 granted in oacli. In one of the cases J tlio nnHt.innpr was an nlrlprl v mn.n. named Carl Ferdinand Bartels, and his claim for consideration on the part of the Court was that ho bad been de serted by his wife for the statutory period of three years. The petitioner, after a week's acquaintance with the respondent, who was a stewardess on a German mail 6teamer, married her at a registry office. Mr. Justicc Simpson. — How long did she live with you t | Petitioner. — Nineteen days, seven of which she was not at home. (Great ; laughter.) Mr. J ustice Simpson. — Then you j had her society for about twelve da}-s ? Petitioner. — Yes. She remained 1 away for seven days, but returned at j nights. She left him on November 1 25. About a week before she said she was homesick, and asked him for money to pay her passage home to Germany. He did not give her the mon...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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V.R.C AUTUMN MEETING [By TELEGRAPH] FOURTH DAY. SYDNEY, Saturday. ALL AGED STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

V.It.C AUTUMN MEETING. [By Telegraph] Fourth Day. Sydnky, Saturday. All Aged Stakes. Malster ? 1 Advance... ... ... 2 Finland ... ... ... 3 Unplaced Two-Year-Old. Cretonne ... ... 1 Bonnie Chief ... ... 2 ? The Austrian ... ... 3 Place Handicap. Cicero ... ... ... 1 Vocalist ... ... ... 2 | Tlie Bride ... ... 3 Steeplechase. i Hayseed... ... ... 1 Spieler ... ... ... 2 Sealing Wax ... ... 3 i Loch Plate. | CLEAN SWEEP ... 1 ! LA CARABINE ... 2 THE MARINER ... 3 Farewell Handicap. So Long... ... ... 1 Terlinga... ... ... 2 Tasman ... ... ... 3

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gazette News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

Gazette News. Revocation of part of spocial area No 25,821. — Land district of Hay, within the resumod area of Eli Ehvah holding No 46, within homestead selec wuii areas - ' aim oov wmuu tu« uuu affected by tliis revocation. Reserve from sale JEor access. — Land district of Hay, within Howlong Pre ferential Occupation License No 659a. No 32,3G9, county Sturt, parish Carra thool, containing an area of 19SA acres. Reserve from sale for water supply and access. — Land District of Balran ald Soti#i, within the resumed area of Murray Downs holding No 299. No 32,24^, county Wakool, parish Willa kool, containing an area ±|f 20 acres. Reserve from sale and lease other than special lease — Land district of Hay. No 32,247, county Waradgery, parish Hay South, town of Hay South containing an area of 2 acres 1 rood. Embraces part of recreation reserve 11,036, notified 22nd March, 1890, cancelled this day. Reserve from license and lease gene rally for roadway. — Land District of Hay, within the a...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Kaiser. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

The Kaiser* An extraordinary attack was made on the German Emperor on March 7, as lie Mas driving from the Rath skeller (or town hall), Bremen, to the railway station A o fltn M nn«,'n-r through a crowd, a workman named Dietrich Wieland stepped forward and | threw a. small piecc of iron at His I Majesty. The aim was accurate, and the missile struck the Kaiser on the cheek, inflicting a slight wound. 'Wieland was at once arrested. It has been discovered that he is subject to epileptic fits, and as he has given only the most confused answers to the questions put to him, it is concluded that he is of weak intellect. The incident did not interfere with the Kaiser's arrangements, as lie pro ceeded to the station and took train for Berlin. For failing to report the fuli quan tity of beer brewed during the past two years, A. A. Billston and Co. Proprietary Limited, brewers, Beech worth, have been fined b}r the Vic This is four times the amount of the excise duty which idvestigation showed ...

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 — 11 March 1901

SportiiiK. [By Sterling.] I hear that ' Charley ' Clifford has ? organised a strong contingent ' of ? cricketers down West Hay. They fl- are now prepared to take on tlie 9 Printers, Butchers, Bakers, and Good I Templars, or any. other body that I think . they know- anything about H ?the .National pastime. -jne or tne contingent is credited with bowling air breaks ; while another rocks in shooters. The match between the AYarad gery and Hay cricket clubs will be resumed on Wednesday in the park oval. La Carabine gained further dis tinction at Flemington on Thursday when she placed the Champion Race to lur already lengthy list of victories. There were four starters — Clean Sweep, Paul Pry, La Carabine, and Advance, with La Carabine at 7 to 4 on. Advance looked all over a winner in the straight, but Carbine's daughter tackled him at the distance, and, wear ing the sou of Vanguard down, Avon a great race by a length. The 100 yards match between 'Bill' Corey aud Harry Stanmore is likely t...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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To America in Four Days. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

To America in F'-ur Oavs. Those who have dismissed the idea of a four days' passage across the Atlantic as premature if not visidnary may have occasion to revise their opinion. The argument against the project is its cost ; the argument in favor of it is that increase of earnings outstrips increase of cost and in this argument ' money talks.' The Deutsch land's feat of breaking the speed record ! with ease and certainty was promptly followed by breaking the record in earnings. The actual value of her passenger fares on a recent west-ward trip is given at 143,000 dollars and this earning capacity shows us the other side of the speed question. If the four-day ship is a commercial sue. cess it is not a structural impossibility and tbe 'Scientific American ' fur nishes us with the figures of her di mensions. She is to be 930 feet in length, 87 feet beam, 40,000 tons dis placement, 110,000 horsepower and with a speed of 30 knots. ' Her daily ? l ? ? ? ? ...:ll l,„ l iTin t ? ? uu.il her ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The Boer War. GENERAL BOTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

The Boer War, General Botha. General Louis Botha, the Boer commander-in-chief, is reported to be moving in a liorthei 1 y i:rection, with the object of consulting with Mr Schalk Burger. He was last vm wirW /v] +r- lip 1 tcl U'Oi'll I' l'llU'li I I and Middleberg, while Mr Schalk Burger in the Trans vaal has been using his best endeavours to persuade the Boers to surrender. In the House of Commons last night, Mr St John Brod riek Secretary of State for War, was questioned with reference to the published statement that General Louis Botha, the Boer commander in chief, had surrendered to Lord Kitchener. Mr Brodrick merely replied: — 'I have no statement to make 011 the subject.'

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 — 11 March 1901

The entire m^lieal profession diKCurls the Ufte of hII other Eucalyptus product* but SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI KX TRACT. There must be grave reasou fur doing bo, Tbiuk of ihii,

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

Gallant Victorians. Further particulars have now been received of the attack on De 'Wets laeger on Feb. 2:3 in which the Victorian Im perial. Regiment under Col. UI.CII,UI»lUIBUIOMW 'J capturing two of the enemy's guns. Special gallantry was shown by a company of the regiment under the command of Captain li. J. Marker, of the Coldstream Guards, and Captain E. Tivey, of Ingle waod. When tliey first saw the enemy's two guns their horses were so fagged that it was difficult to force them into a trot. The men, however, headed them straight for the guns, when the Boers trained the guns into position, and proceeded to load with shell. This did not deter the Vic torians, who pushed steadily on, and Captain Marker, fol lowed by lroopers W. 1. Sheenan, O'Brien, and Green, were close upon one of the guns, a fifteen pounder, before the Boers-.- had time to insert a cartridge. Finding themselves thus menaced the Boers aban doned their guns and took to flight. So demoralised did they becomethatC...

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

Open Column [We invite communications for this column — but do not hobl ourselves respon sible for any opinions expressed therein ] TO THE EDITOR. * Sir, — In your issue of Thursday last, I am made out to have asked Mr Asliton if he could tell the amount of money paid for hoots imported from other countries. What I reallv did ask was. could lit* foil ma t.Iio amount of money paid last year for boots imported from other countries into New South Wales. As Mr Ashton replied he could not, other questions An the subjcct I thought unnecessary. Now, sir, I have not had time to look up last year's statistical re port, but in 1898 the report show» that 22,856 packages of Ixrotg and shoes were im ported into New South Wales valued at £316,650. What I want to make clear is the cost of labor for manufacturing such a quantity of l-oot8 — allowing one haU for cost of material, one sixth for profit, we have one third in round numl-ers, viz., £105,550 left for labor, this, then must be spent in oth...

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 — 11 March 1901

STEWART DAWSON & CO., ELEGANT DESIGNS. LONDON PRICES. Vo. 121A.— nieaant Design Anchor Brooch, 15-ct. Gold, 11 10s. Collar Stcd, e-ct. Goid.c/e. % W: No-116^-^ Id and Fioe Amethyst :h, 18/8. i: 5206.— Lady'* Lang Gold Muff Chain, (kt„ £2 17s, 6d.| U-ct,, £5 10a. Particulars of other Aeslgos on Application* /rr-\ No. 112. 3 fine n^TOm-df.ie-ct. Gold/ £4 17*. -M. jf\ 0i \\i. 19.U.— Set l.-viks. &-ct. (lad. 12'. GJ. 15-cu £1 Silver, Ss. 6d. No. E6251-— 9*ct. bold Twin Dird and Heart Brooch, lis. 6d, 197A.— Set l.inke. ct. --ol«J, £1 1b. JS'Ct. Gold, £2. Silver, 6s. 6J. N'rt. 177. — Hold Kerpe*tl**cLt £1 It. N* WAv— lft-ct. Gold Band 5raalct, et Fine White Diamond, £5. 1 18^- No. 178.— Wedding ' Ring, lS-ct., Gold, £1 H. No. I19.-Lt-Ct. Gold Brooch. Set Pearti, a ios. .. -? i. Gold Brooch. Set Diamond Centre, 17k 6d. N-i. i60.~l Diamond, 2 ll'ilurt, U Gold, £1. M to. UlA.-J-ct. Gold Buckle Bracelet, Set Rubles S : Jo. 163.— 5 Fine .Vhlte Dlnmonde, i 5«.; 8 Diamonds Sapph...

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

Tun Cape Raideks. Though the main body of the Cape Raiders was shat tered in the movement which resulted in the hurried flight of De Wet across the Orange river there still are small com mandoes, which display a great deal of daring in their opera tions. One of the largest bands is that under Com mandant Van Reenan, who has about 500 with him. They are now in laager at Diepk loof, in the immediate vicinity of Colesburg. Further to the south there is another active band, a detachment of which has occupied Pearston, in the Somerset district, which is only 40 miles to the South West of the important railway town of Graff Reinet.

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 — 11 March 1901

IF card Round About. [By The Rover] That Sir John Quick, of Victoria, and Mr. R. E. O'Connor are to visit Hay. They are both protectionists and followers of Mr. Barton, and are both able men. An intellectual treat .o ..I owio 1UI 11.C pcupic ui Jiiiy. That Mr. J. M. Chanter is being well received in evfery part of this electorate. It would be strange if it was not so. That Mr. Ashton's mouthpiece is so cocksure of victory that when it an nounced Sir John Quick's visit in sup port of Mr. Chanter, it wound up with tho invitation to ' let 'em all come.' The only man it does not want to come (at the finish) is Mr. J. M. Chanter himself. That Hay is to be the polling centre for the Riverina electorate is good news indeed. We will be in a position to hear the first news of the pulling in every part of the electorate, and I guess there will be a little excitement by the time election day arrives. That Mr. Chanter's committee are leaving no stone unturned to secure that gentleman's return. ...

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 — 11 March 1901

HOW THE liOTTIJ-: WAS SMASHED. A bad place to carry a bottle, aud almost sure to end in disaster. And so it proved in the case of Mrs Jonos' little girl. You sec, her mother had sent the child to the shop of Mr Aycrs, the chemist, for a bottle of nicdiciuc, and he had given it to her she put it inside of hcrcLOSEu umbrella to carry home. On her way hack it began to rain, and the' child thoughtlessly raised the umbrella? Half the contents of the bottle was saved, ;j and the mother was obliged to make the best of it. Writing under date of Nov. 27, 1899, the S the lady savs : — ' About four years ago | 1 bceanie bad with what I can only doscrihc as a nasty, low, weak feeling. I was so ! weak that when I wanted to move from one place to another in the room I had to go hand oyer hand around the tables and chairs. ' This was so aggi-avating, and I really was so feeble, that I often felt like throw- } ; ing myself down, only 1 knew I couldn't ' i get np again. At all times I would have ! J...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The Mercadool Land Case. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 March 1901

Tin Mci'eaii f).-)! Lau.l Cass. j On the 5th instant cablegrams re- H ported that the judicial committee of B the Privy Council in London had e'e- fl livered judgment in the appeal case of 9 New South Wales Minister of Lands H v. Wilson, which some three or four I years back created great excitement B here in connection with our fl .uiiuu laws, jjy tne judgment now given the ease is remitted to our Laud Appeal Court, with instructions to answer questions 1, 3, and 4 in the affirmative. The laud board is to be entitled, with the sanction of the' ; Minister, to sit in Sydney. Respondent is to pay the costs of the Sydney Supreme Court action, and also tlie costs of the Privy Council appeal. In February, 1891, James Wilson applied for a conditional purchase of 6 10 acres in the Walgett district, and in March, 1892, the application was confirmed for 347 acres. In 1896 the question of the bona fides of the ap plicant was inquired into, and the | Crown opened a case for inquiry as * one of...

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

Fi'om Various Sources. The gold exports from Western Australia during February, including the Mint returns, were 135,497oz., compared with 117,849oz. in the cor responding month last year. The revenue in Western Australia for Fehruarv was £25 1.51 4. comDared with £240,119 in February of last year. The production of gold in the United States, Canada, and Mexico in 1900 is estimated by Messrs Wells, Fargo, and Co., the great American carriers, at about 85,506,000dol., or over £17,000;000. The value of the Australasian production, as estimated in January, was £15,650,000. Had the Transvaal mines been at work the value of their output would have been not less than ,£20, 000, 000. On January 31 was completed in New York the purchase of a controll ing interest in the Southern Pacific railway by capitalists exercising a dominant influence in the Union Pacific. This is a great step towards tlie projected consolidation of all the American railways in the hands of five or six groups of capit...

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

Doctors use exclusively SANDRR AND SONS BUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Other brands disappoint and are tlangerous. Keep in mind . Ask for -Sillcsj»ie's Cele bratcd boots. -II None Gcnuiue uuloas Bearing this brand. Gillespie ' s Celebrated OliTAIKtD IRST PE1ZR at thp Sydney IntercoloniA ?' Kxhibition, 1870 FJLRS1 PRIZit) at the Melbourne I&ter ? colotral Kxhibition, 1676 . FIRST PHi2E at the Great Sydney Inter* national Exhibition, 1879-80. Gill fipie's Boots are now Everywhere, and give Universal Satisfaction. Ofiiees md Sample Room — 189 Pitt street, Sydney , Fiic ory and Head Q3ice -Goulbur.

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

Call jciir wife: Wewautlicr! ! To read this ! The Sun Gloss for Linen. P E I C Ei, 3d. No Mixing with Starch. No Mess. No Muddle. Used Dry. Always ready for use. Does not injure the nio.it deli cate fabric. Makes Linen lust, longer. Imparts a Meant if ui Ivory Lustre to Linen. Will teach Gills to iron a collar for a special occasion, as tiBid by nil lashionaWe Ladies in Sydney. Price, 3d. . Used Dry. Any one can use it. No need for Laundries only to use. All Girls can learn to Iron with it. It is only 3d and well worth a trial DO SOT LOSEYOUil CLOTHES THE SUN MARKINB INK, 6® No heating required. Will not wash out. Always ready for use. This. Marking Ink will save Pounds in Lincu every Year. Mrs Willis, of Carcoar, says she saved £2 5s 6d in linen last year by using marking ink. ' PRICE, 3d. To advertise our ]NT£S wo will send Post Free -on rdecipt of One ^billing a Rubber Stamp ?with your name cut in the best rubber aud a bottle of marking ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordi...

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