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SYDNEY. Dec. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 20 December 1871

SYDNEY. (from our own correspondent). Dec. 18. It would seem to be a fortunate occurrence that Mr. P. A. Jenuings should have resigned his seat in the Upper House and have been returned to the Assembly, fortunate for Riverina, though I guess, Sir James Martin hardly thinks it fortunate to have a member of the Opposition, who is so keen as Mr. Jennings. However, the hon. member for the Murray 1ms carried his motion by 20 votes j to 16. The Government are wise enough to j know that discretion is the better part of! valor, and therefore withdrew their opposition ! to the motion, and put it to the House as a Ministerial motion, that they would take the ,£00,000 for one year more, and such further amount as might be found due to the colony from Victoria, this being arrived at on the basis of present tariff. Mr. Macleay, is pushing on his motion for j railway extension, much to the disgust of the j Ministry, v/ho, ^having an idea of their own respecting- the railways, don't care to be bot...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW DIVING APPARATUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 20 December 1871

A N W LI VrXG APP A RAT EK In Naples, scientific and naval circles are at this moment1' greatly interested with the experiments made with a new diving apparatus, of special construction, called by its inventor, a M. I oselli, the '' talpa marina,' or sea mole. At the first trial made with the apparatus, in the Bay of Naples, the bottom of the sea was reached at the depth of [70 01 -S0 metres, from which position the inventor wrote the subioined j very interesting letter to 1'rofcssor I almieii, of the Observatory at j Vesuvius .—'So varied ami so strange are the sensations which I experience at tins moment- that, un less I jot them down as thev e.' 'ine, I shall ne\er be able to recall thom to my mind. Pirst of all, fhe water down here is not like water, bat seems lather a solid mass of gla^s, compact, ^ motionless, transparent, and sufficiently luminous to enable one to write and read. At one time the bottom of the sea appeared to he 1 ushiiig up to me, then to stop, iind afterward...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, HAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 20 December 1871

LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH, HAY. Yesterday, 19th instant, at 4 p.m. a res pectable assemblage of persons, old and yonng, gathered to witness and assist in the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the New Weskyan Church. The Rev. Charles Jones, Minister of Deniliquin Circuit, conducted the services of singing and prayer, then called upon Mr. Percy Milne to read a copv uf the ;;croll aud contents deposited in a bottle, under the stone — the following are the contents: — 'This scroll was deposited beneath the foundation stone of the Wesley an .iiethodist Church at Hay, when laid by J. E. Pe.arce, Esq., on the 19 zh day of December, ]S71, in the 34rh year of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, the Earl of Belmore being Governor General of the Colony of New South Wales. E. Pearce, Esq., Police Magistrate iu Hay ; the Rev. John Watsford, President of the Aus tralian Wesleyan Methodist Conference; the! Rev. William Kelynack, Chairman of t...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. STANDARD Office, Hay, Tuesday evening, Dec 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 20 December 1871

BEFOOL a-d stock report. ' ' i SwuBviBB Office, HaifK J:. ; Tnesriny evening, Dpc 19. HaHBlii^ishrep nave erosset! at May fluting riie HHpE: '. One n««l» of about 2C0 XI n imble fat. ^HP^fe-crossed-on Saturday. -*The weather is PPPfe* very hot.,. River becoming very low. l^Cur Moama correspondent reports stock f , fjopspd :—Dtc 32— A mob of fat cattle, »? ? Stewart- iu charge. 33th — A mob S? pi Tlmle fat cattle; and 150 fat do from |V Pericoota, 118 do, Peters and Snrgood. 24 th — 39 spleimid cows crossed from Victoria, Jenkins1?, puna' to the Mumimbidiiee ; and H sotbP fine brood mares and fan's, Degraves\ tn Tv vnflfnn A rA Tlulin rr^vo m lilu Ife fiiwp. 6000, will ' cross on Sunday, || Sella in charge ; these are not going truck, tliev will travel to Melbourne. || £000 G Wynne's sheep are also expected' |g to eioss on Sunday, Walton in charge. H The Riverine Herald reports stock crossed : — p 'Pec 12— 150 fat cfi * tie, Patterson, Lachlan. p' 13th — 118 f:it. cattle; Peters and ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 20 December 1871

THE HAY STANDARD, AND ADVERTISER FOR BALRANALD, WENTWORTH, MAUDE, BOOLIGALj WILCANNIA, MENINDIE, BOURKE, &c. Printed and published at Hay, Murrumbidgee River, New South Wales, every Wednesday morning, in time for the out-going mails. TERMS. Subscription: 7s 6d quarterly in advance; subscribers to the Pastoral Times will be charged only 5s per quarter, postage added. Charges for Advertisements: — Six lines or under, 6d per line. Every line over six, 4d per line. Displayed advertisements at per line of space as above. For advertisements inserted more than once, twenty-five per cent dis count on the above charges will be allowed for cash before withdrawal of any such advertisement. Advertising Births, Deaths, and Marriages 2s 6d each for cash, if booked, 4s. No advertisement booked under 2s 6d, Standing advertisements ordered *-? for three months or more : — per quarter, in advance. ^ One whole column £13 0 0 Half-a-column 7 0 0 ^ Quarter column 3 15 0 v ? Que inch - 1 § 0 Thre...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 20 December 1871

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. i ARBIV.ALS. Sunday- — Jl.30 am. i* row fccVnra, JJ»\pihqijm, Wanganel)a,at,d Sydney (^ia Deniii qnin) Monday— - 12 a m. From idaude and Balranald 5 p.m. From Bonliyal, Wilpuroiia. &c Tuesday — 5 a m. From Wugg* Wagga, Naran -lera, and Sydney (via Ws? e«) Wednes- — 11 30 a.m. From Echuca, Dt-niJiqoin, find Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From Wairga Waf?a, Naran dera, aijd Sydney (via Waega) 3 1 -30 a.m. Erhoca, Deniliquin, and Wanganella 3 p.m. JJair«nald and Maade 5 jj.m. B»oliga3, Wilcannia, and Darling DEPABTOBES. Sunday— 3 2 a.m. Maude and Rabat-all ] p.m. Bnoligal, Wilrnnni-i, and Darling Monday — 6 p m. Ecbuca, Denibq-iin, and Wanga' nella 7 p.m. Was-ga Waggn, Narandera, and Sydney (via \V«acr:i') Wtfdnes— 6 p.m. E--hur8, OeniUqiiin, Wanganflla and Sydney (via 12 a.m. Afandr and Balraneld 1 p.m. Boolijral, Wib anitia, Darling, &c Friday — 6 ».m. Erhuta, Deuiliquin, and Wauga nrlk 7 p-m. Wagrga Wagea, Narand^ra. and Sydney (vi* Wagja) Box...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 20 December 1871

SHIPPING. Echttca.— Cum beroona mid barge arrived from Albtiry, on the 14th inst, with 100 bales pf wool and a qwntfty of colonial wine. Pride of the Murray and barge arrived from Wentworth, on the 15th, with 100 bales of | wool and several passengers. Waradgery, j from Albury, on the 15th, with 60 bales of wool, 70 x bags maize and oats, and five passengers. Murrumbidgee and barge, left jEchucn, 14th inst, for Upper Murrrmibidgee, with bb tons of cargo and imported bulls. Cnmberoona aod barge left Echuca for Albury, on the 15th inst, with 40 tons cargo and six .passengers. The steamers Victoria, Corowa, and Kelpie have been laid up until next ' .feason. The South .Australian steamer Jolly Jliller, has ben seized by Customs authorities Hi Wentworth, for having several casks of . litter on board which were not entered on the manifest. — Riverine Herald.

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

,T. E. BLEWETT, RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS OPENED HIS NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES CORNER OF LACHLAN AND BANK STREETS, HAT, With' an entirely New Stock of DRAPERY, WINES AND SPIRITS, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, AND GENERAL STORES. WHICH will be sold in Who lesale and Retail quantities, at prices that should secure a fair -4 share of support. j T, E. B. has secured the services y of a First-class Milliner and Dress maker, from one of the leading houses in the Metropolis, and feels confident that in this branch of the business every satisfaction will bo given to all those who favor him with their orders. The Latest Fashions received on arrival of every English Mail. Hay, Dec. 21, 1871. NEW SADDLERY ESTABLISHMENT. HEW ITSON and BOYCOTT,. HAVING removed into their NhW PREMISES (opposite the Court House), respectfully invite inspection of their NEW STOCK, which they are prepared to sell at Melbourne prices. H. and take this opportunity to thank their custome...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

By Electric Telegrapli. SYDNEY. | The ubia arrived. | London, Nor. 25. The Queen's health is restored. The Prince of Wales was suffer ing from Typhoid fever. ihe Tichborne case is resumed — the evidence is favourable to the n w i. «- ^ Kelly is acquitted for murdering 1 albot — there was great excitement at Cork, There was a great fire at Geneva. The health of Mr Bright and Mr Childers was restored. Thiers offered the Pope an asylum in France. King Victor Emmanuel was at Rome to open the Parliament there. Great political disturbances oc curred at Brussels. Prince Bismarck is unwell. Overend Gurney and Go's cases were dismissed. Lord Belmore will probably be Governor of Bombay. The wool sales opened at an ad vance of a penny. Tallow and copper are easier. Bank discount reduced. Preserved meats are in e-rpaf demand. ® A French lady, on her arrival in this country, was careful to eat only the dishes she was acquainted with and being on one occasion pressed to partake of a dish new to h...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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CHAMBERS IN ESSEX COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

f CHAMBERS IN ESSEX COURT. ?ffey Alfred Hannsworth, in Only Once a Year., * I was a student at the time this ?happened — a student eating my dinners in the grand old hall of the ' Outer Temple. My chambers were up many stairs in Essex Court — a ill' gloomy well-like place at the best |j|- of times — gloomy and begrimed |p with the fall of London blacks for centuries. The chance wayfarer, si roaming curious among the quaint 1/ sequestered shades of learning here in abouta — fresh from the cool green pleasantness of the gardens, the H leafiness and sunlight of Fountain I1; Court, with its memories of Elia and of Tom Pinch and his sister, |fc and with the splash of the famous |K fountain still in his ear — plunges, | v as into a mighty cavern, into the ' ( mildewy atmosphere of Essex Court. This, in the best of times, when the summer sun is glancing brightly on '' the busy river beyond ; when ex ' hausted pedestrians, overcome by the glare and suffocating heat of the streets, rush like...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

CURATHOOL HOTEL. REDUCTION IN PRICE OF DRINKS. AN and after 1st of January, 1872. all liquors at the above Hotel will be SIXPENCE per glass, excepting Hennessy's pale brandy. ? Mrs. LEDWIDGE. HAY COMMONAGE. TE HEm^AT^iref lor i1)e situalion of town -L HERDSMAN, to be delivered, to th« under asas'*''-- E°' W. E. TWYNAM. H.y, 26, h Dec. Secrc'S4! notice. XIOUND — A TJATCff — Owner c„, h«». it bf giving patticulars and paying expenses of ad vertisement. Apply, J. Faething, Punt Hotel, Hay. ? ? ____ 166-2 CHUl.CH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, MELBOURNE. Head Master— Rev. J. E. Bromby, D.D, Supported by a strong staff of Assistant Masters. Terms for Boarders ? ? Above 10 years . 24 guineas per quarter Between 12 and 16 ... 20 Un,I«r ? ]« ' j' 1(13u WATERHOLES' | /CONTRACTOR WANTED to make Waterholes, \J with plough and scoop. Must iind his own hul ocks or horses. Apply to JOHN DOW, 101-22 Togantaain. to bootmIkers. TWO GENERAL WORKMEN can have constant employment with 1 D. BOU IKE, 12H-1 7 ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

As The Standard is sent to all persons in the town of Hay and district, the proprietors of the paper ? WOuljLfcel AhankfiijL if those -who do not wish to become subscribers would intimate the same to the manager of the Journal The pro prietors respectfully notify that each of those who do not re»lv will he considered as a subscriber, and charged accordingly with the , . . amount of the subscription. Every respectable person is interested in ? -? the publication of a well-conducted ; journal which is so essential for the ; - protection and advancement of the '^^uhlic interests ; for this reason it is noped that all will take the paper who can afford to pay for it. ^ Gentlemen trislfing to support The Hat 'Staitoam) 'are requested, to send their names and addresses to the publisher ft Hay. The subscription may be sent in postage stamps — penny or two-penny ^ ones preferred. - . Advertisements received to 0 pm on Tudsdstysj they ; ? 8honld have the number of insertions writteirbn the -...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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MELBOURNE. December 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

MELBOURNE. (from our own correspondent.) December 22. Considerable anxiety has been felt this week on account of the roval mail steamer being very much after her time. The Rangoon's loss being so recent, most people were dreading that a similar fate had befallen the Nubia. But happily such is not thejrease, though her delay was unavoidable, as she experienced verv rough weather from the time she crossed the line, and getting short of coal, was compelled to put into Freemantle, Western Australia, and stayed there 17 hours. The English news is not of an important character and decidedly far below what the Americans would have had we Australians believe. The story of Her Majesty entertaining *he idea of appointing the Prince of Wales as Regent, is not in any way confirmd, but the Prince is reported to be suffering from typhoid fever ; nor is there anything reported respecting the Duke of Edinburgh's marriage, so that it would appear as if the Americans would, through the medium of the ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

Can any well-informed person in the com munity inform the public why it is that the. Press, when it enters on its duties in a new j district, is pretty sure to come in contact with one or more public officials? Because, of the ? feet itselfv there can be but one opinion. No r;., wuiier uoes a newspaper oegin to mase lcseu . ? heard and felt, than we are sure to find it ^05 ir4i^adingJ)n tbe, jfcaes;_of' some public officer. are elected by Government to its duties 'locallj — to carry out its plans, and responsibilitiesiowg/zf to be above far ®s the press is concerned, / ^nd -jferiibis reason — Government has such ' ^ - Jarg^numbers of persons willingto serve the ^ any.. capacity, from the Attorney-' k : Genet^t, %lio is -prepared to become Chief ; Justice at any moment, down to the newest - find moist Tecent' importation from home, who | v! 'is anxious to lie appointed to the office of k - door-keeper in one. of the Government offices, j . ; , It-cannotbe'from want of choice that we ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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SYDNEY. Dec. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

SYDNEY. (from our own correspondent). Dec. 25. Doubtless much to Sir James Martin's dis gust. Mr. Macleay has carried his motion (by a large majority), for the extension of the railway upon the cheap system. After all the ministerial efforts during the past session to keep the hon. member in the back ground, it must be quite the reverse of pleasing to find me xLb&emoiy oacKmg up Mr. Macleay so decidedly. It is in the southern districts that there should be a reduction in the railway tariff, and to endeavour to gain this, the store keepers use the road for the transit of their goods, but the Government are up to them, and have put more tolls upon the roads in that district, but with this competition, the railways returns are on the increase, and it is estimated that the revenue from that source will be increased by £00,000 than from previous years. The Premier went into the Opposition pretty warm, and dilated upon the selfishness of those hon. members who voted for railway ex...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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NOMINATIONS FOR NEW YEARNS DAY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

NOMINATIONS FOR NEW YEARNS ! DAY HANDICAP. Mr. E. Green's c g Curragong, aged Mr. I. J. Ryan's b g Stringeybark, aged Mr. W. Sabine's bl g Valentine, aged Mr. J. J enkins b g Gift, 4 yrs Mr. J. Britten's bl h Black Streak, aged. Entries to take place on Saturday evening the 30th December, at the Caledonian Hotel. Settling night at Carter's Crown Hotel.

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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THE PATH TO PARADISE. (Incident from the French.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

THE PATH TO PARADISE. (Incident from the French.) Stands at the gate a weeping child, Begone, the harden'd warder cries. Mother, she murmurs, sobbing wild. Another speaks in accents mild, Thy mother is in Paradise. The ornhan child still wanders lone. With beating heart, and earnest eyes, I'm going where my mother's gone. She asks the strangers passing on, Where is the path to Paradise ? Her piteous voice, so softly clear, They listen to, with sad surprise. Poor child, they answer with a tear, The house you seek is far from here j Your mother's home in Paradise. All through the lonely night and day, The little pilgrim's faith is strong. Hope lights her darksome weary way, And ever blessed Charity Supports her feeble steps along. She wanders on, she wanders on ; At last, upon a dreary wild, A shepherd finds her weak and lone, And to a convent he has gone ; Bearing thence the suffering child. The sisters tenderly have borce The faded bud to where she lies. Her orbs light up like dawn ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

LOGAL NEWS. Wesleyan.— Mr. Pearce infornis us th:it donations to the amount of £13 2s 8d were laid on the foundation stone of the new Wes leyan church, ac the ceremony last week. He also acknowledges having received the sum of £.lo from Mr. George Butter worth for the ntnv building. Caution to Carriers. — Recently, one of our most careful carriers, Edwin Pocock, lost two of his most valuable horses in getting them across the Laclilan river, two of the strongest of his team got drowned. As they had nothing whatever to entangle . them, they must have been seized with cramp. Persons requiring to cross horses over rivers ought to make use of the bridges, which, on the Lachlan are plentiful. (Communicated). The Weather. — Thursday last was ex-, ceedingly hot, the thermometer registered 148 in the sun, and 112 in the shade. On Friday ! a strong hot wind blew, and on Saturday the j heat culminated at 11 ?£ deg. in the shade at! the Hay Hospital, where the height of the J thermometer was re...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HAY STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor of the Hay Standard. Sir, — I have read, very carefully, t e letters which were inserted in your wor paper, signed by Storekeeper iNo , 3 Storekeeper No II. , , , ? Thev both say that they think something ought to be done to prevent our row Magistrate (for certainly their lances, or la tlioir* none ova t.hvnst. nt, him'}, from selling oats. Now, in my opinion, Messrs Store keepers Nos I and II, ought to pull the earn out of their own eyes, before looking for mo es elsewhere. . t , Now, according to this rule, what ng have Messrs Storekeepers Nos 1 and 1 , ^ sell saddles, bridles, iron bolts, screws, an ironmongery in general, thereby preventing our local tradespeople from doing anything like a business. , In my opinion, our Magistrate has as muc right to sell oats, and even cut the P'cj:® down, as Messrs Storekeepers No I and have to sell the above mentioned articles, and cut the prices down. Now Messrs Storekeepers I and II, n you are smokers, put this in...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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BOOLIGAL. December 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 27 December 1871

BOOLIGAL. (from OUtt OWN correspondent.) December 24. The weather, (perpetual topic) for the past week has been a continuance of the same which we have experienced for the last three weeks — namely, an uninterrupted succession of parching hot days, accompanied by extra ordinary hot winds, bush fires, and oc casionally very disagreeable dust storms. A man, named George Watkins, lately' in the employment of Mr. Hartly Holmes, wool scourer, died at Mossgiel on Saturday, the 16th inst, from the effects of a fall from his horse on the day previous. It appears Wat kins was last seen about 7 o'clock on Friday evening, galloping somewhere about the locality, where he was afterwards found. On the next morning, Saturday, the inmates of the Mossgiel Hotel noticed, about 9 o'clock, Watkins s horse outside, riderless ; they im mediately made a search for him, and found him about 150 yards from the hotel, in a state of insensibility. He was carried to the hotel where he died about 4 o'clock in th...

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