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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
Baylet's XTjtited Mine. — A strike of rich gold was made in Bayley's United on Thursday night. Official information in scanty, and the news did not leak out until Saturday, but it is believed that the strike is one of the richest ever made there. As a matter ot tact, two separate bundles of stone were met with, both ex ceptionally riclu The first was met below the No. 1 level, and the other iny the 'stopes about 480ft. level, in Prince's shaft. The latter is the lowest level at which such valuable stuff has been met with. Shifts have been occupied in bagging the gold studded quartz. It is estimated that several thousand ounces of gold have already been taken out. This is the property on which the original dis covery of gold was made at Coolgardie that led to the rush to Western Aus tralia some years ago.
CHURCH SERVICES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
OUUHOH SERVICES. Wesleyas Church. Sunday, March 17- — 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. Jos. Colwell. 8abbath School at 3 p.m. Monday, Christian Endeavor, 8 p.m. Thursday, Fellowship Meeting, 8 p.m. Friday, Choir Practice, 8 p.m. Church of Exolasd. Hay, March 17— Fourth Sunday in Lent il a.m., Holy Communion ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. Tuesday— Sunday School Teacher's Class, 8 p.m. Friday — Evensong and Address, 7.30 p.m. Matins, daily, ~9 a.m. Evensong, daily, 7-30 p.m. Country Services— Friday, 15th, Cunooii, 7.30 p.m. ; Saturday, 16th, Nap Nap, 7.30 p.m. ; Sunday (4th in Lent), Maude, 11 a.m. Oxley, 7.30. Confirmation Classes- — Sunday, Maude, J2.30 p.m. Monday, 18th, Oxley, 10.30 a.m. l'KESBYTEKIAN CHURCH. Divine service on Sunday next— 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Evening subject — 'Jesus or Barrahos, which ?' Rev. R. Jennings. Catuomc Church. Mass will \k celebrated as follows :— Hay, on Sundays at 8 and 1 1 a.m.
CARRATHOOL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
CARHATBOOL POST OFFICE. Arrival and Departure of Mails— By Train. Brincapeo, Whittnn, Narrandera, Junee T.P.O. (No 3 south). Sydney, daily (Snn day excepteii) 3 30 p.m., leave dtily (Sundays executed), 4 20 a.m. Hay, arrive daily (Sunday excepled), 10.60 a.m., close 3 30 p.m. Letters registered within half an-hour of closing nf mails. By Coaches. Gunliar, arrive Mondays. We Inesdayt. and Fridays, 9 a.m.. leaves Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturday, 4. 15 p.m. Hillstnn, arrive Mondays, Uednpsdaya and Fridays, 9 a.m., leaves Tumlaya, Thurs days and Saturdays, 4. 16 p.m. Argoon, arrives Mondays, 3 p.m., leaves Sundays, 6 a.m. S. L. HAN0O0K. Po«tmaat«r.
River Defence Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
River Defence Committee. A meoting of the above committee was- held at Tattersall's Hotel, on Wednesday night Present — The Mayor (in the chair), and Messrs R. Simson, J. Dill, R. Ronald, J. Newton, H. B. Maclure, L. Robertson, R. Gibson, J. Johnston, and W. J. Camp bell. Apologies were received from Mr A. Ronald and J. Lawson. The Mayor said they had been called together to consider what steps were to be taken in regard to the sub committee's report, and a letter from the Public Works Department. The Mayor said the sub-committee ap pointed had all gone with the excep tion of Mr Learmonth, who was unavoidably detained. Following is a copy of the letter and the report : — Public Works Department, Sydney, 26th February, 1901. ? Sir, — With reference to your inquiries on the 14th instant, regarding the work con templated to bo carried out in connection with the improvement of Yanko Creek, I have the honor to inform you that it is only proposed to remove the sand which has ac cumulated ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
Mr. J. M. Chanter, who has been touring this vast electorate returned to Hay to-day, and speaks . at the Academy of Music to-night. Mr Chanter has been everywhere met with the greatest enthusiasm and at almost every place unanimous votes ot con fidence have been carried. A meeting of Mr Chanter's supporters was held last night at the Crown Hotel, when all arrangements for to-night's meeting were made. A crowded audience is anticipated to hear Mr Chanter, the Bartonian candidate. Writs of election have been issued to the Returning Officers in New South Wales for a general election of members to serve in the House of representatives of the Commonwealth. The writs were issued on the 11th March ; day of nomination 21st ; polling day 29th ; return of writ on 15th April. John Witcombe, Esq., J.P., is returning officer for Kiverina, Smaxl Debts Court. — At the Small Debts Court on Tuesday, before ^he P.M., John Payne v. J. Mathews, for rent amount £1 15s. Mrs Mathews (who appeared for her ...
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Mr. See is unable to state when Parlia ment will he called together for business, but expresses the opinion that the next general election for the state must take place under the present rolls. Municipal Council against owners of property who are responsible for the pollution of the harbour. A young woman, it is believed that her name is Mary Hutchison, and her child two years old, have both been found drowned in two feet of water at Balmoral yesterday. She was employed in domestic service. MELBOURNE, Thursday. Thomas Invin Kenny, barrister and solicitor, was committed for trial on a charge of forging and uttering a cheque for two guineas. James McGuiness, who applied for an old age pension, was fined £20 at the Ballarat court for an attempt at imposition by stat ing that he had no property nor any income. Evidence was given that he had £105 in tho bank. QUEENSLAND, Thursday. Through the drought the stock on nine stations in...
Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
Coniiug Events To-night (Thursday), Mr. Chanter will address the electors at the Aca demy of Music. Friday — March 15. Special general meeting of subscri bers to the Hay Athenaeum will be LnlJ .1 Q n-nlAnlr In ^l.n A ^l.nnn.in. 11C1U ttb V If U1UU& IU bliU ^ibllVllWUUl. Saturday, March 16. Important sales of sheep at the Hay Agents' Sale Yards at 12 o'clock noon, by Messrs. Wilkinson and Lavender, and Mr C. Hidgcock. Sale of grazing right of Racecourse paddock at Tattersall's Hotel.— R. C. McKinney and Co., auctioneers. Monday, March 18. St. Patrick's Day — Sports in the Park, winding up with a Concert at night.
ADDRESS BY MR. MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
ADDRESS BY MR. MILLS. On Tuesday night the ratepayers were treated to an address on the above subject in the Academy of Music. Mr Mills, the gentleman sent up by the Government to meet the Council, kindly consented to deliver an address to the ratepayers. There were about 250 gentlemen present. The Mayor (Mr J. Witcombe) occupied the chair. The Mayor, in introducing Mr Mills, said that the ratepayers had been in vited there that evening to hear Mr Mills explain the septic tank sewerage system. That gentleman had come up from tbe Public Works Depart ment and came entirely unprepared to make a speech, but on arrival here had kindly consented to do so ; and also to answer any questions put to him by those who desired information. He hoped that the ratepayers would avail themselves of the opportunity of satisfying themselves as to the merits or demerits of the scheme. Mr Mills (who received a cordial welcome) said that he had no idea when he came there that evening that he would have to...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
DEiTH. YoEK.-On 9th March, 1901, at Hay, Alice Lillian, the dearly beloved infant daugh ter of C. W. and A. York, aged. 44 months. ??'-?? Dear little LUIv's at rest toivmu -iim^, HAY STANDARD, ^ . And Jonrnal of Water Conservation. PUBLISHED AT BAY ' EVERY MONDAY & THURSDAY. Omnes Honoratt. Frattrmtatem DUigite JOeum TimeU. Begem Honorate. Thursday, March 14, 1901.
The Sewerage Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
Tbe Sewerage Scheme. The consideration of the petition against the above scheme, together with a number of letters, came before the Council on Monday night. There was a large number of ratepayers ? present. The Mayor (Alderman Wit combe (in the chair), and Aldermen jyuuer, uiosou, oaamr, .xvjueruHiu, Alexander, Broinowski, and Lawson. CORRESPON'DEN'CE. The Mayor read a telegram from the Government stating that an officer of the Sewerage Department leaves Sydney to-night (Monday) and will meet the Council to-morrow night Alderman Miller objected to letters being read from Air. Butterworth. The letters should be addressed direct to the Council. Alderman Gibson said Mr. Butter worth was an agent, and his letters should receive attention, as no doubt he had received instructions. The Mayor said that they should hear the letters, as they required all the light they could get on the sewer age scheme. Alderman Gibson moved that all letters sent to Mr. Butterworth be admitted, as they were ...
HOW THE BOTTLE WAS SMASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
HOW THE BOTTLE WAS SMASHED. A bad place to carry a bottle, and almost sure to end in disaster. And so it proved in the case of Mrs Jones' little girl. You see, her mother had sent the child to tho shop of Mr Ayers, the' chemist, for a bottle of medicine, and he had given it to her she put it inside of her closed On her way back it began to rain, and the child thoughtlessly raised tho umbrella? Half the contents of the bottle was saved, and the mother was obliged to make the best of it Writing under date of Nov. 27, 1899, the the lady says: — 'About four years ago 1 became bad with what I can only describe 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 over hand around tho tables and chairs. 'This was so aggravating, and I really was so feeble, that 1 often felt like throw ing myself down, only I knew I couldn't get up again. At all times I would have such dreadful pain across my chest that I was afraid I...
Hay Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
Hay municipal Council. The ordinary meeting of tlie Council waa held on Monday night. There were present : — The Mayor (Alderman Witcombe) and Aldermen Miller, Broinowski, Robertson, Lawson, Sad Alderman Robertson moved, and Alderman Miller seconded, that the petition, re sewerage and all letters in connection therewith be considered first. Carried. A full report of the discussion appears under a separate heading. The ordinary business was as fol lows : — Correspondence. From the Manager of the Union ' Bank reminding the Council that the term for which overdraft accommoda tion on the Council's general account j was arranged expired on the 21th February, and to request that the ac count named be placed in credit. Also another letter, dated 2nd March, intimating that the. overdraft on the general account was £286 15s 7d, and requesting same to bo placed in creel it. Alderman Miller explained that when he was Mayor, they had made arrangements for a temporary over draft of £250 to pay s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
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By TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
Bv Train. Gunbar and Hil'ston, via Carrathool, ? arrive Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I 5 15 p.m.; close Tuesday, jhursday, and ? Saturday, 8.20 a.m. ? Carrel houl, Bringagee, Darlington Rail. ? way atation, Whitton. Karandera, Conla. mon, Junee, WagBa Wagga, Albury, T.P.O. (Nn. 3, south). Sydney. Melbourne arrive daily excrpt Suuday. 5 15 |,.m. ; closes dnily except Sunday, 8.20a.m. Jeiilderie, ariive Tuesday, Thursdav »nd Saturday, 5.15 p in.; closes Tuesday, Thurs- :?. day and Saturday, 8.20 a.m
HAY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. By COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 March 1901
HAY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. By Coaches. Gunbar, arrive Sunday 9nd Tliurfdny, 5 pm.; closes Wednesday and Saturday, Euragalioh and Corrons, nrriveTliureilay 5 p.m. : closes Sunday ouly 8 a.m. South Side, Darlington Point, arrive Suuilay, \Ve.lntsd,.y and Friday. 5 p m.; cli.8cs Tuesday, Tlfured.iy and Saiurdsy, 7.30 a.m. Unoruoban, Warlganella, Pretty Pine, Dcuiliqnin, Melbourne, arrive daily (except Monday) 7 a.m.; clones daily (except. Sun day), 5.30 p.m. ; Hobart (Tas), 5 p.m. Maude, Oxlpy, Halrauald. Weni north, ariive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7 a.m : close Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday, G p.m. Booligil, Iklnull). One Tree, arrive Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, (i p,m. j close Tuesday, Thurtdny and Saturday, 6 p.m. MossiiM and Ivanlme, Wednesday and Friday, 6 p.m.: close Tuesday, Thursday ? and Saturday, G p.m. ? Hills on, arrive Friday, 6 p.m.* close fl Tuesday and Saturday, G p.m. ?
Hay Athenaeum. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901
Hny Athenaeum . SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. ? i A special general meeting of sub scribers was held on Friday night for the purpose of considering the advisa bility or otherwise of establishing billiards in connection with the insti tution. There were present: — Mr. J. Johnston (President, in the chair) and Messrs. Moclurc, Thompson, Gibson, Broinowski, A. Johnston, Lincoln, Sylvander, lllidge, Darchy, fowler, Craddock, Wilkinson, Coates and Turner, the Rev. R. Jennings and Rev. Fatlicr O'Connell. The Chairman stated that the ob ject of the meeting was to get an ex pression of opinion, re establishing billiards, from the subscribers to the institution. The committee had con sidered the question, and had obtained reports from other institutions of a similar character to theirs, which the secretary Mr lllidge would read to them. If it were determined to estab lish billiards the committee would recommend the building of a room. The hon. sec. (Mr lllidge) read a large amount of corresponden...
St. Patrick's Way Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901
St. Patrick's Way Sports The above annual sports were held to-day in the Park, and were a great success. Tlio attendance was large, and great interest was evinced in the various events, some, of which were well contested. The officials carried out their duties in a satisfactory man ner. The lion, secretaries, Messrs. Hanlon and E. Drury are to be con gratulated to a large extent for the success of the gathering. The Hay City Band was in . attendance, and added considerably to the enjoyment of the spectators. Following are the results : — JUNIORHANDICAP, 100yds, for all under 19 years ; first, £2 2s ; secitnri, trophy, Dreasini! C It-e (the Rift of Mr A. S, Faslier) vnlui ]0s6il. First heat — Geo. Donohoc 1, W. Meakes 2. Won by a yard after a good nice. Meakes and Howard ran a dead heat for second. In the run off Howard was put back a yard, and Meakes won easily. Second heat. — F. Cooper 1, T. T)avis 2. Won by about two yards. Third heat. — T. Ashley 1, A. Byrne 2. Won by half a-yard...