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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

Sporting. [Bv Sterling] One of our young riders of the wheel, came a nice cropper on the park track the other afternoon. The machine ivas more than punctured through the buster, while the youth came out ; with a lump of hark off his chin. j ' Bill Howell ' is the only bowler who has performed the ' hat trick ' | in first iriiade cricket this season. 'Juhnny Billson' our. consistent sport is off the turf at present, and busily engaged in explaining the sewerage scheme.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Salvation Army Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

Salvation Army Harvest I Festival. I The annual Harvest Festival of the Salvation Army announced to be held on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday was opened on Saturday night, con tinued on Sunday, and will be brought to a conclusion this (Monday) even ing. The Festival, so far lis it has gone has been a pronounced success. j.nc mm uaa oeen cascerulty decorated by the local officers — Capt. Lane and ? Lieut. Angus — and reflects the greatest credit on their artistic skill. Appro priate mottoes, relative to the great harvest, met the eye at every turn, wlr.'e the f r.f.t of greenery spoke ! clearly that the day of drought had passed by. A fair sized crop of wheat, \ artificially grown, was shown on the platform, presenting the appearance of a small irrigation block under wheat. i We understand tliafc the Capt. has already received many offers for the crop. The show of produce and fruit on Saturday night denoted that the Captain and Lieutenant had been generously treated in the matter of do...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] „ SYDNEY, | Mondav. I Weather beautiful. Although this is a public holiday, nearly all the shops in Sydney are open. There was a special celebration 1 yesterday, St. Patrick's Day, at St. Alary's Cathedral, where the remains of pioneer Priests were removed from Devonshire street cemetery in the afternoon to a vault at St. Mary's ! Cathedral. The funeral procession was witnessed by thousands of people. A plague contact from the Troopship Antillian broke from quarantine on Saturday. It is believed he made his way to the city. The penalty for so doing is heavy being £5,500 fine or six months' imprisonment. During the Commonwealth celebra tions the expenditure, Sir William Lyue stated was £92,000, but £60,000 was got back from the railways from extraordinary fares in three weeks. R. E. O'Connor, member of the Federal Government, at Newcastle on Saturday night said that 'all the mem bers of the Barton 'ministry are pro tectionists and if we saw po...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New South Wales Nominations. THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

New Soutb Wales Nomina tions. ' THE SENATE. Following are the nomina tions : — Samuel Albert Rosa, stationer (F). Ernest Eden George, photo grapher (P). Edward Terry, gentleman (I). John George Griffith, civil engineer and Licensed sur-J veyor (F). Patrick Lynch, bootmaker (p) John Norton, journalist (P). Harry Beauchamp Lassetter, of Lassetter and Co. (F). Richard Colonna Close, bar rister-at-law (P). Francis Cotton, hydraulic en gineer (F). James Thomas Walker, gentle man (F). Walter Thos. Quinn, gentle man (P). John Proctor Gray, director of Lever Bros. (F). Edward Pulsford, commercial agent (F). Charles John Royle, merchant and underwriter (F). Albert John Gould, solicitor (F): John Cash Neild, arbitrator (F). John Kidd, farmer and grazier Richard Edward O'Connor, barrister -at-law (P). William Henry Goclier, artist (currency reformer) j Andrew Thomson, stonemason (socialist) James Owen Moroney, tobacco worker (socialist) John Neill, carpenter (socialist) Thomas Melling, miner (...

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 — 18 March 1901

J. THACKER TAILOR. Twenty yeare experience at a Cutter la Lond»n and the OVonies. High.ctaes Tailoring at City Priccs. Opposite PO, UAV. S3t

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 — 18 March 1901

N.I doolxir III inks uf lifting other 1CUCA LYPTl EXTRACT l.«t SANDERSONS' Danpcrpus consequences retullina from mlier luands are the cause, llo not forget it. Printed and pul lished liy J, hn Andrew, at the Office nf the ' Ri» rin« Times, Hay btanilard, and Journal of Water Conserraf &nwSoMrHay,intbe

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FolloTvinf* ate the nominations : — East Sydney — G. H. Beid (F), H. Foran (L). West Sydney — AV. M. Hughes (LF), J. C. Beer (P). Da] ley — W H. Wilks (F), S. J. Law (LF), J. R. Cohen (P). Parkes — Bruce Smith (F), A. Rae -L). North Sydney — Dugttld Thomson (F), E. M. Clark (F). Parramatta — Joseph Cook (F), W. Sandford (P). Illawarra — G. E. Fuller (F), A. Hay (P), A. Lysaght (P). Macquarie — Syncy Smith (F), W. J, Ferguson (P). i Conoblas — T. Brown (LF), B. E. Wise, W. B. Melville (P), T. Dalvcen J (P). J Riverina — J. Ashton (F), J. M- '?- Chanter (P). -? Barrier — J. Thomas (LF). - Wentworth — Sir W. M'Millan (F)i J. T. Gannon (P). -? Lang — F. E. M'Lean (F), J. more Edwards (P). Werriwa — A. H. Conroy (F), T. y Rose (P). ? 1 Hunter — Hon. E. Barton (P), P. B. | Higgins (F). ^ I Hume — Sir W. Lync (P), W. C, j Goddard (F), Cowper (F), Clarke (P) | H. M'Kinnon (P), R. Davidson (F) A New England — W. Sawypra (P), W ? S. Dowel (LP), G. M. Simpson ( — ), 3 ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Booligal. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

Boiiligal. (From our own Correspondent.) Mr James Ashton, according to advertisement, addressed some 46 electors here last night, in support of his federal candidature. For about 21 hours he dealt, in a thoughtful and logical way, with the Constitution Act, and gave a very lucid explanation of that three-fith majority, which was well received. It is well that that was altered by the Hon. G. H. Reid— and he deserves the gratitude of every New South Welshman for it. He also gave his reasons-for a revenue versus proteotive tariff, and showed that un less the former be imposed direct taxa tion must be instituted. He was very strong on the land question, its cheap working, and the cheapening of the cost of produce to market, which he considered of far more value to the farmer than protection,, . as he now grows a surplus of wheat. He was asked several questions, and at the end a vote of thanks was heartily given, and also one to the Chairman (Mr S. Bennett), After the meeting there was g...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARRATHOOL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

CARLWTHOOL POST OFFICE. Arrival aud Dcpnrliir* of Mails— Ry Train. Briuuoisec, VVhilton, NarranderH, Junee l.P.O. (No 3 touth), Sydney, daily (Sun day excepted) 3 30 p.m., leave daily (Sundays excepted), 4 20 a. in. Hay, arrive daily (Sunday excepted). 10.50 n.tn., close 3 30 p.m. Letters registered within half:an liour of cloeiim of mails. JJy Cnachca. Guntrar, arrive MouJays. Wednesday*, ami Fridays, 9 a.m.. leuves Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturday, 4.15 p.m. Hillstnn, arrive Mondays, Wednesday, nnil Fridays, 9 n m., leaves Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays. 4.15 p.m. Arcoon, arrives Mondays, 3 p.m., leaves Sundaye.C a,-n. S. L HANCOCK. PoV master.

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 — 18 March 1901

Mr Nikola Tesla says he be- i lieves that the inhabitants of Mars are trying to comniuni- j cate with our earth. He does j not despair of being able to j transmit a message to the j Martians by means of wireless * | telegraphy. Sir Robert Ball, lecturing in London, said Mars ' was never nearer to lis than 35,000,000 miles. If the Mar- /% tians tried to signal to lis they/^i would need a flag as large as : Ireland, with a pole 500 miles ? long, and then it would only' seem a speck when seen from the earth through a telescope. Rev. H. R. Haweis thinks that communication may be made I by thought transference. | A Dumfries ploughman, with I his plough upturned a vessel j which wasfound tocontain 2000 | silver pennies of the reigns of J Alexander II, of Scotland, and I Edward I. and Edward II; of f England. | Poor boxes were fixed up all I over the Paris Exhibition. | When opened they were found | tocontain uuder £'2 10s, the J offerings of the many millions of j visitors. ,1 Five Chines...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Balranald Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

Bnlrniiiilil L.intl Board. (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Local Land Board sitting finished last week, after sitting seven days. The most infjiortant case was that re garding a block of land on Poon Boon Holding. The history of which is as follows : — E. H. Chapman, who hadac.p. and a.c.I. over 1000 acres applied for an a.c.p. adjoining his block. l'ifte?n other applicants, ! mostly Alctorians, applied simultane ously with Chapman, and the Board awarded it to one A. J. 'Barker. Chap man appealed and the Court returned the case to the Board for re-hearing. J . Holding, expert appraiser, gave evidence in favor of Chapman, who he said had not sufficient land to make a living. Rebutting evidence was given by two Victorian experts on behalf of Baker, who said that £400 to £600 could be made off the land. The Board found that Chapman's present area with the one applied for would be more than necessary for a man to maintain a home on and con firmed the land to Baker. It is said that another...

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 — 18 March 1901

Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. The London Times — ' A Sound, Honest Brandy,' The Lancet — ' Of a Fragrance, Purity and Quality second to none.' The British Medical Journal — ' A Pure Product, well worthy the attention of the Profession.' DAFK TOBACCO. There is only one Best Tobacco, and that Tobacco is ' Wealth of Nations' Tobacco.' WATERBtTRY WATCHES. CANNOT BE BEATEN A Small Outlay obtains flic Highest Grade Watcli Made. IN NICKEL, SILVER or GOLD-FILLED CASE. S.HOFFNUNG&CO ? Agents, LE Sydney & Brisbane j THE HAY WOOL & SKIN CO; LAC ULAN -STREET, HAY, G. H. COTTRELL (Auctioneer) Liberal Cash Advances ! Estates, House t'roj eriy or Town Allotments. Live Stock, Furniture and Effects, \Vo.»l, Sheepskins, anil all Stutiou Produce, On Hand for Sale or Hire. W aggonp, Sulkies, Drovers' Plants. Harness, Horses. Pianos, Furniture, tc., including the undermetitionwl Barguins, ami which will be delivered free to railway, hoat or tram, upon receipt of p.o, order or chcque...

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"A Freetrade Puzzle." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

'A 2'rcctrailc Puzzle.' TO TIIE EDITOR. Sir, — In the last issue of your con temporary Mr Thacker begs to inform the person (truly mixed) that he is no gentleman because he did not sign his name when writing ou a personal matter. Let me assure Mr Thacker, that I did not write in a personal strain but in a political one. Mr Thacker and all other tailors that I have known in Hay have always, ob jected to what tliey call Interlopers coming to this town. If they object to people coming here to do business, no matter whether at full price or not, no matter whether they give a bait of six months credit or not, they cannot be expected to be called any thing but restrictionists, that is a hybrid of some sort, and neither pro tectionist nor freetrader, and therein lies the puzzle. He asks ' what has that got to do with protection or freetrade ? Will that stop the rag men from coining to Hay ? ' Certainly not, but if Mr Thacker wishes to be considered a freetrader he must not try to exclude a...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE RIVERS. March 18. MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

THE RIVERS. March IS. Mub&tjmoidoes. Hay, lft. 4in below Gucnmcr lev©L Wagga, 1ft Sin above anmnier level. ^Gucdagai, 2fL Lachlan. Booligal, 2ft. 9in.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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"Truly Mixed." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

' Truly Mixed.' TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — In reply to the letter appear ing in the 'Times ' of the 14tli inst., I beg to inform the person, 'Truly Mixed,' that his action in protecting himself behind a mm de plume when using remarks of a porsonal nature is anything but gon.tlemanly oonduct. Regarding his remarks about the Sydney rnvgmon, I must inform him that the prices quoted Jjy them are in nearly all oases higher than those charged by myself, but the bait offered of six months' credit is a different matter, r But what has this to do with free trade or protection 1 Will a protec tive tariff stop them from coming to Hay ? I am certain it will not ; then why should I be compelled to subscribe to the monopolists 1 Will that benefit my customers, my workmen, or my self ? I don't think so. One of two things must be done, either to raise the price of the garments, or reduce the price paid for making the same, as they have done in Victoria and New Zealand. Now, how will this 'benefit Hay ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

Call your wife: We wauther!! To read this ! The Sun Gloss for Linen. P R I C Ei, 3d. No Mixmg with Starch. No Mess. No Muddle. Used Dry. Always ready for use. Does not injuro the most deli cute fabric. Makes Linen last longer. Imparts a Heautiful Ivory Lustre to Linen. Will teach Girls to iron a collar for a special occasion, as used by all fashionable Ludies in Sydnej\ Price, 3d. Used Dry. Any one can use it. No need for Laundries only to use. AH Girls can learn to Iron with it. It is only 3d and well worth a trial DO KOT IMYOIR CLOTHES THE SUN MARKING INK, 6D No heating required. Will not wash out Always ready for use. This Marking Ink trill save . Pounds in Linen every Year. Mrs Willis, of Carcoar, says she saved £2 5s 6d in linen last year by using marking ink. ' PRICE, 6d. To advertise our INKS wo will send Post Free on receipt of One Shilling a Rubber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber and a bottle of marking ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of ordinary ink to mark...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

Lighting a cigar with ice — An American patent lawyer who is naturally ingenious was asked by another lawyer who wanted to light a cigar, for a match. None was forth coming, so the patent lawyer lifted the cover from the water cooler, took out a piece of clear ice about lin. thick, whittled, it into the stape of a disc, and with the palms of his hands melted its two sides convex, thus giving the form of a double convex lens or burning glass. With it he focus =ed the sun's rays on the end of the cigar, and set it on fire. Wonderful — Liquid air is the force ot the future. It is an explosive of a most dangerous kind; it may be used to purify anything. In a word, says Sir Walter Besant, it is another giant caught, imprisoned, and made to work the will of man; he continues, 'that before many months are past liquid air will be captured by the the inventor and used for the destruction of a whole army many miles distant by the hand of a drummer boy.' The Pope's Last days. — The Pope sleeps...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

CaUfbr^/g j :j California Syrup of Figs 1 ac's as a perfect laxative should, cleansing | ar,d refreshing the system without weaken- '4| ing It ; permanently firing constipation f and its effects. , | Agreeable I prcvcniives in season are much surec than belated drugs. A healthy cob- ; dition of the Kidneys, Liver, and Bowels ia thestrongest safeguard against ^ acbes, Racking Colds or Fevers. Mild and Sure in action aod absolutely free from ob» ?'» jectionable snbstances. Physicians re- ch commend it Millions hare found it -'t invaluable. Children enjoy it ; delicate i ladies find it SA ideal medicice ; busy . 3 men take it tfldlout inconvenience or . ^ discomfort. Imitations and nbetlrnias are ^ numerous: you raw ask for M CALIFORNIA' Byrsp of Figs. BSfeB r-i nark'of the'cALlpjMU FIG ' 3 BYRUF CO., wiiichfi'oo every X boule of ttie Truic Maris. -i ouncatoa%./ii and 1/9. , .1^9 Depot: smUstiBim. Lwdon, E.C. i' ' '' Stocked by&lliottBro8,Sv'dn y S ? i Ask for Gillespie's Cele ...

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The Federal Constitution and Its Possibilities. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 18 March 1901

Tlie Federal Constitution and Its Possibilities. ' (By R. Coi.onn-a-Clo.se.) ? A Constitution truly national de- j rives its efficacy from principles, not ? from men. The Electoral Law is the Constitution in action. The Constitu tion is the Nation at rest. Once a Constitution is formed, men become the actors on the constitutional stage. The political characters they portray are often apt illustrations of the political kaleidescope. But all depends upon the lever by which they are moved. Many are actuated by self interest, some by the mere spirit of the politician, a few by the elevated and enlightened views of the states man, and still fewer by the whole souled devotion of the patriot. But the Federal Constitution offers, if it does not compel, a new departure. The offer involves the vital interests of the common weal, but the compulsion of its acceptance and adoption rests with the people. Based as it is upon the sovereignty of the people of the sovereign rights of states in relati...

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