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THE SENATE. HOW THE CANDIDATES STAND ON THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
THE SENATE. How tue Candidates Stand on the Poll. Simon Eraser, M.L.C. ... 36,492 Sir W. A. Zeal, M.L.C. ... 33,510 Sir F. T: Sargood, M.L.C. ...33,192 James Styles... ... ... 28,658 John G. Barrett (Labour) ... 27,817 Robert W. Best, M.L. A. ... 26,5S1 John L.Dow... ... ... 24,196 Robert Reid M.L.C... . ... 20,905 George H. AVise ... ... 20,569 J. A: Wallace, M.L.C. ... 18,503 William A. Watt ... ... 15,321 J. Gavan Duffy, M.L.A. ...13,650 Stephen Barker (Labour) ... 13,457 William H. Moulc ... ... 12,352, Alfred J. Hampson (Labour)... 11,015 James L. Purves, K.C. ... 8,211' Richard Barker ... ... 7,804 William T. C. Kelly ? 5,679 Charles Sargeant ... ... 3,839
Victorian Gold Jubilee Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
Victorian Gold Jubilee Exhi bition. Considerable interest is being manifested in England in the I exhibition to be held in Bendi- 1 ffo iu November next. The secretary (Mr. G. V. Allen) has received a communication from the Chief Secretary of Victoria stating that to further 1 the exhibition his department will be pleased to send the geo logical and mineral collections, also the models of nuggets and the maps, the whole exhibits to be available by May. The president (Councillor S. H. M'Gowan) has received a letter from Mr. James Stirling, Government representative in London, announcing that the work of organisation is pro ceeding favourably, and that a strong committee closely in touch with the requirements has been formed. Messrs. Merryweather and Sons Ltd., Greenwich Road, have written offering to send a new steam fire-engine, with hose aud ap pliances completers an exhibit. They also placed it at the dis posal of the committee for use while the exhibition was being held. A letter...
SEATS IN DOUBT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
SEATS IN DOUBT. Echuca. — Mr. M. Hirsch and J. H. M'Coll, M.L.A. Flinders — Mr A. Downward,M.L. A., Mr. 11 A. C. Groom, and Mr. L. L. Smith. Grampians. — Mr. A. W. Rinder, Mr. T. Skene, and Mr. H. H. Wct tenha.ll. Laanccoorie. — Mr. Grose, M.L.A., and Mr. C. C. Salmon M.L.A. Mernda. — Mr. R. Harper, Mr. T. Hunt, and Mr. S. Stott. Wimmera. — Mr. W. H. Irvine, M.L.A., Mf. P. Phillips, M.L.C., and Mr. H. Williams. Wannon. — Mr. S. TV. Cooke, M.L.C., Mr. L. F. Cussen, and Mr. L. Hor witz. The above accounts for the 23 seats' Victoria is to fill.
CHURCH SERVICES. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
CHURCrl SERVICES. Catholic Cucbch. Mass will l)c celebrated as follows : — Hay, on Sundays at 8 and H a.m. Wesley ax Cucrcr. Sunday, April 7. — 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Sabbath School Anniversary, conducted by Revs. Jas. Colwell, J. A. Walsh, and T. Jenkin. Large choir and orchestra. 'Jdonday, Sundav .School Picnic. Wednesday, Public Entertainment. Thursday, Fellowship Meeting, S p.m. Friday, Choir Practice, 8 p.m. Church or England. Holy Week.— Monday, Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, Holy Communion, 9 a.m. Good 'Friday, Litany aud Ante-Communion, 7.30 a.m.; Children's Service, 9'30 a.m.; Mattins and Sermon, 11 a.m. Special ser vice of Meditation on seven last words, 2.30 to 3.30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7.30 p.m^ Easter Day. — Holy Communion I and Sermon, II a.m.; Children's Servicc, 3 | p.m.; Evensong and Sermon, 7.30 p.m. j
OXLEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
OXLEY RACES. Following are the weights for the principal events in connection with the alwve meeting to be held on Tuesday, lGth April, j Oxlev Handicap. Chattel ...0 10 Rtormlight ...7 S Dick Turpin ...9 7 Dusk ...7 5 Discord ...9 3 Q.E.D. ...7 2 Audacious ...9 0 Hector ...7 0 Frivolity ...8 10 Shrcwsbuiy, ...7 0 Ariadne ...S 0 Flying Handicap. Mishap ...10 3 Masher ...8 7 Dick Turpin ...9 9 Ariadne ...8 2 Discord ...9 6 Q.E.D. ...7 5 Audacious ...9 4 Othello ...7 o Morali ...9 0 Shrewsbury, ...7 2 Frivolity ...8 12 Hector ' ...7 2 Dawn ...S 10 JAMES DOXOHOE, Handi capper.
Victoria [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
Victoria The following candidates have Been elected to the House of Representa tives : — Sir George Turner (Federal Treas urer).' Mr. A. Deakin (Federal Attorney General). Mr. J. H. Cook (Bourke). Mr. H. B. Higgins (Northern Mel bourne). Mr. w. Knox, 'M.L.C. (Kooyong). Mr. S. Mauger, M.L. A. (Melbourne Porta). Sir Malcolm M'Eachern (Melbourne) Mr. A. M'Lean, M.L.A.(Gippsland). Sir John Quick (Bendigo). ?Rev. J. B. Ronald (Southern Mel bourne). Mr. F, TudSf (Ywra)
CARRATHOOL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
CARRATHOOL TOST OFFICE. Arrival aud Departure of Mails — By Train. I Rrinuagec, Whitton, Narrmdera, Junee I T.P.O. (No 3 foutii), Sydney, daily (Sun I day excepted) 3.30 pm, leave daily I (Sunday* excepted}, 4 20 a.m. ? Hay, arrive daily (Sunday excepted), 10.50 « 'a.m., close 3 3ii p.m. Letters registered within ha?f an. hour of closinq of mails. By Coaches. Gun'-ar, arrive Mondays, Welneadayt and Friday*, 9 a.m.. JcnvesTnesdaya, Thurs days and Saturdays, 4.15 p in. Hilkton, nrrive Mondays, V\ ednrsday* and Fridays, 9 a.m., Isaves Tuesdays, Tliura duys Hud Saturduvf, 4.15 p.m. Anroou, arrives Mondays, 3 p.m., leaves Sunday*, G a,m. S. L. HANCOCK, Postmaster,
BY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
By Train. Guuhar and Hiliston, via Corritlio--1, arrive Monday, Wednesday, and Friday! 5 15 p.m.; close Tuesday, 'Jhursday, and Saturday, 8.20 a.m. C*rrathoi-l, Bringagee, Darlington Rail, way Rtntion, Whitton. Narandera, Coola moil, Junee, Wagsa Wagga, Albury, T.P.O. (No. 3, south). Sydney. Melbourne arrive daily cxccpt Suudiiy. 5 15 p.m. ; closes daily except Snuday, 8. 20a. in. Jurildetie, arrive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 5. 15 p tn. ; closes Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday, 8.20 a.m.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
The Abduction Case. — The half-caste Locke, who abduc ted a girl, i)ut subsequently allowed her to return home un molested. was seen near the Hawkesbury College on Thurs day, making in the direction of Richmond. So far he has managed to elude the hun dreds of police and civilians who are pursuing him. A medical examination of the girl bears out the statement that no violence was offered to her. The process of forcing rhu barb is one of the most simple greenhouse operations. In fact, anyone with a good cellar can grow as fine a crop as the gardener is able to. The specimens shown at the Ameri can Institute last F ebi'uary were the products of pieces of roots whiqli were so poor that I at one time decided not to force thein. I dig up the roots any time before the ground freezes in autumn and let tlienj, lie upon the surface unfit' they are frozen. I then bring thein in and set as thickly as pos sibly on about 4in. of soil or moss — anything that will re tain moisture. I fill ituiround...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
Call your wife: Wcwauther! ! To read this 1 The Sun G/oss for Linen. PR'ICB, 3d. tfo Mixing witli Starch. No Mess. No Muddle. Used Dry. Always ready for use. Docs not injure the most deli cate fabric. Makes Linen lust longer. Imparts a Beautiful Ivory Lustre to Linen. Will teach Gills to iron a collar for n special occasion, as used by all fashionable Ludies in Sydney. Price, 3d. Used Dry. Anyone can use it. No need for Laundries only to use. All Girls can learn to Iron witli it. It is only 3d and well 'worth a trial. DO DOT U)$TyOOR CLOTHES THE SUN MARKING INK. 6D No heating required. Will not wash out. Always ready for use. This Marking Ink will save Pounds in Linen every Year. Mrs 'Willis, of Carcoar, says she saved £2 5s 6d in linen last vear by using marking ink. PRICE, 6cL. To advertise our INKS wc will. send Post TYee on receipt of 'One Shilling a Rubber Stamp with your name cut in the best rubber ; and a bottle of marking ink for stamping j linen, or a. bottle of ordinary in...
SUN'S RISING AND SETTING. FOR EVERY SUNDAY IN THE YEAR. (AT SYDNEY.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
SUN'S RISINU AND SETTING. FOR EVERY SUNDAY IK THE YEAR. (AT SYDNEY.) SUNDAV- 1,« S: SUNDAY. ^ |^. V JAN. .. 0 4 52 7 11 JULY .. 7 7 1 5 0 i .. Ill 4 f»S ' 7 10 | .. 14 0 f-S 53 .. 2) 5 A 1 7 8 '' .. 21 0 50 5 7 .. 27 r, 12 7 fi I. .. 38 0 50 5 12 - FEB. .. 3 5 18 7 (I AUG, .. 4 0 46 S 16 ^ .. 10 .1 26 0 :»4 .. ]1 0 38 5 22 . . 17 f. »2 ? 0 40 1 .. IS C 31 5 *20 -i . . 24 fj 3* U 40 j . . iK 0 22 5 31 MAR. .. II f. 44 r- no SEPT. .. l 0 14 S JW .. 10 :- 40 1 0 21 L ..8 0 4 ft 41 ..17 ft 54 C 12 i1 .. 1J- 5 55 5 45 ' ' .. 24 0 U -?? a ' .. il\ 6 45 5 51 . . 31 0 f- ! ft C» .. 80 & 86 5 66 ' APRIL.. 7 (J in ? 5 44 I OCT. .. 6 5 2A 6 1 .. 14 (J 15 ft 3U i .. 13 6 16 0 6 ..21 (J 21 1 ft 26 ! .. 20! 5 8 0 12 .. 28 C 2(5 | 5 18 .. 27 5 1 6 19 ' ? WAY ..5 0 Hi : 5 12 NOV. .. 8 4 53 0 25 v .. 12 0 37 I ft 5 - .. 10 4 47 6 SI jr-- .. 10 G 42 i ft 0 .. 17 4 48 6 37 e' .. 20 G 46 ? 4 f.S ? .. 24 4 41 0 44 JUNE .. 2 0 61 j 4 f.6 ,I)EC- .. li 4 37 6 51 v^« .. 0 0 M 1 4 ft4 j .. 8 4 38 0 5...
RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
RATES or POSTAGE. Lehf.rs — ' - ;m City or Suburban, every joz. or under, Id. /xl Country or Inland, for every ioz, or ||j Within Victoria, every oz, or under, 2d. Iolercolunial, evory £0 z. or uuder, 2d. I ale fee in stamps affixed to letter, 2d. r \ Eeghtration of IcttHrs, &c., in addition to postage, 3d, isS | Letter Cards, — Inland or Intercolonial, cach, l$d. J| Post Cards. — 'yea City, Suburban, or Country, cach, Id Reply, double cards, each id stamp, 2d, 'M Iulcrcnlouial, cach, Id 71| ,, Reply, Id stamp on each card, 2d. Newspapers, — ' ;J| Inland, lo seven days from date, notes* ;M cci-utng lOuz., free .-JK ,, after seven days from date, each r^| 10oz.,£d . '.'.-5 Intercolonial, --nch to lOoz, (exccpt 1 ^ Queensland), Jd To Queensland, each 2oz., or fraction, ^ Book Packets — Inland, fur every 2--zs. or., part thereof, Jd . it 4ozs. ,, ,, UI ; Intercolonial, for every 4 07.., lrt . Packets (Commercial, and Printed Papers, JI Samples and Patti-rnt) : — Inland, fur eve...
The Rabbit Pest. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
The Rabbit Pest. Atameetingofthe Albury Pas toral, Agricultural, and Horti cultural Society on Wednesday afternoon it was decided to call a special meeting of the com miffpp In rlnnl \vW li fhfc rabbit question. It was reported that the pest was increasing at an alarming rate, and the meeting was unanimous that some drastic steps should be taken to cope with it. It was con tended that if all landholders were obliged to erect wire netting the cost would seriously affect small holders, and the rabbits would still continue to breed on the roads and Go vernment reserves. In many parts of the district during the ? ? ? 1 otJetsuu wneau clliu. crops were attacked, and very serious damage was done. The situation is becoming more serious every day. A deputation of members of Parliament urged the Minister of Lands on Thursday to take steps to cope with the rabbit pest. It was pointed out that the rabbits were now extend ing from the inland district to wards the coast. Mr Hassell thought the o...
LATER. Monday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
LATER. Monday, 3 p.m. Walker ... ... 76,000 Milleii ? 71,000 Gould ? 71,000 O'Connor ... ... 69,000 ( - Neild ... ... 68,000 Pulsford ... ... 67,000 Gray ? 66,000 . Norton ... ... 64,000 Manning ... ... 45,000 ICidd ... ... 42,000
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
The Queen of Roumania ('Carmen Sylva') whose poeti cal works are so well known, is so fond of flowers that she is unable to rest happily in a room where there are no blossoms. .Nearly all her literary work lias been composed out ofdoors in a roofless room, built of reeds and surrounded by a hedge of rose bushes, in the hollow of which are cunningly concealed cages full of singing birds. The n ? ? ± ? c t_ ? 11UU1 iO UL lilUBBy-l/Uil. ah uue corner a tiny fountain pours forth perfumed waters ; in another swings a silken ham mock in which the Queen is fond of resting and dreaming. The entire medical profession dtacuMs the nse of all other Eucalyptus products bat SANDER & SONS* EUCALYPTI KX TRACT. There must be grave reuoo for dtfogfo, Thiuk of this, J
THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
THE SENATE. Following was the state of the poll at 6 p.m. on Saturday night : — J. T. Walker - ... 65,290 A. J. Gould ... 61,295 E. D. Millen ... 61,156 R. E. O'Connor ... 59,214 E. Pulsford ... 57,999 J. C. Neild ... 57,917 J. P. Gray ... 57,1G7 John Norton ... 53,094 Sir Wm. Manning 39,128 John Kidd ... 35,970 ? Mackay ... ... 34,000 Waddell ? 26,581 Hammond... ... 26,136
Temora to Gunbar-Hillston Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901
Temora to Gunbnr-HiUstoii Railway A special meeting of the above Railway League was held on Saturday the 23rd, at the London Hotel, Warri. The meeting was one of the largest and best ever held by the league. Mr. D. Boyd, senr., occupied the chair. The special business was to receive the re port and recommendation of the Public Works Committee. much pleasure, it was decided to carry out the proposals of the last meeting, and accord ingly delegates were appointed to proceed to Sydney to wait upon the Govern ment with the view of expedi ting matters so that the early construction of the line can be proceeded with. Prom those nominated Mr. W. Fisher, of Ellerslie, and Mr. A. G. Hum by, Bolero, were selected to represent the league. Arrange ments are also being made by the other delegates to make a strong deputation. After the railway business was disposed of a meeting of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association was held, Mr. D. Kenny in the chair. On the proposal of Mr. W. Boyd it was una...