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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

hairyouliave? Is your liair long enough to suit you ? Docs tho color cxactJy picas© you ? In a M*ord, are-you perfectly satisfied 'with your hair ? If not, give it a good hair food. Give it Ayer's Hair Vigor ^T^iJl make you haro long, rich, ahun- i dant hair, and it will stop falling of the I hair, too. Ayer's Hair Vigor always J rcswreb uuiul. xuu uw it every time. It brings back all the rich, dark color you had when you were young. If you aro SO, there Is _ no need of looking as if you were 50 just becauso your hair is gray. And you will like our liair Vigor, also, as a hair dressing; while it forms { 9 valuable addition to any toilet table because of tho elegant way in which it is put up. ? Prepared t»T Dr. J. C. Aref Co.. Lowell, A. The Drought in the North of Victoria. — The water dif ficulty continues an important topic, and a water famine seems probable. The department is warning consumers repeatedly regarding the care to be taken., in conserving the supply, and it is announc...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

DEATH. BAKER. — At Hay, on Sunday, 21st March, George, youngest sou of Philip Baker, aged 14. THANKS. Philip Baker and family return sincere thauks to all those friends who sent wreaths and letters of condolence in their sad bereave ment §livm«s , HAY STANDARD, And Journal of Water Conservation. PUBLISHED AT UAY EVERY MONDAY & THURSDAY. Omnes Honorate . Fratemilatem Diligite Deum 2'imcte . Regem Honorate. Monday, April 1, 1901.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

EDITORIAL NOTICES. ! Wb invite communications from ladies and gentle* ineo (a the various townships of Riverim on (natters ] publicly interesting, nlso from thestatioiis and home* I ?leads on Uuid and stock matters generally. ] We trust that our endeavors to produce a first ?dass provincial paper meets the approval of our readers ? generally, ' Hew the other mile,'' Is acknowledged to be essootial In couiinir to a Just Judgment on all disputable themes, and we rIiaII always be willing to . publish views oo }-i)M5c Hmifcrs, although quite dif ferent from our own, provided only they be worded respectfully, and have the writer's name cnclosod for the editor's Information. We have much pleasure In inviting our suDscrib?ra and others to vibit our office, lately known as the Alma Rink, on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, about fi p.m., to sec our new printing machine and goa engine at work. The machine is the very latest thing of the kind out from England — It works smoothly and quickly...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Following are the returns for tlio House of Representatives up to Satur day at S p.m. The only election in which there can be any doubt is that of New England : — The Hunter — E. Barton (P.) elected unopposed. East Sydney — G. H. Reid (F), 6181; H. Foran, 2138. North Sydney — D. Thomson (F), 640G ; E. M. Clarke, +135, South Sydney — G. B. Edwards (F), 4783 ; J. S. T. M'Gowcn, 4321. West Sydney — W. M. Hughes (L.F.) 6652 ; Beer, 2062. Bland — J. C. SVatson (L.M.) 3844; P. Heffernan, 1912. Darling — W. G. Spence (L.O.) 1561; Bertram 1085. Eden-Monaro— A. Chapman (P.) 4702 ; W. H. Wood (Minister for Jus tice), 2768. New England — E. Lensdale (F.) 3499 ; Sawers, 3320. Macquarie—S. Smith (F.) 3740 ; ? ' Ferguson, 3291. Richmond — T. T. Ewing (P.) 3218 ; Pyers, 2761. Werriwa — A. H. Conroy (F.) 3756; Rose, 3476. Barrier— J. Thomas (L.O.) 2819 ; Long, 339. Gwydir — G. A. Cruickshank (P.) 249S ; Webster, 2735. Illawarra — G. W. Fuller (F) 5549 ; Hay, 3397. Canoblas...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Senate. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

The Senate. Following is the polling at Hay : — Richard E. O'Connor 293 Edward Davis Milieu . . . 233 James Thomas Walker 229 Jolin Proctor Gray ... 202 ^ Wm. Patrick Manning 194 Richard Denis Meagher 167 . Albert John Gould ... 185 John Kidd ... 178 Edward Pulsford ... _ 171 James Alex. K- Mackay 157 John Cash Neijd ... 1E3 George Walker. Waddell 137 Mark John Hammand 129 John Norton ... 119 Donald MacDonell ... 51 Edward Terry ... 51 H. Beauchamp LasBetter 35 I)enis Roger O'Sullivan 27 Samuel Smith ... 25 George Henry Cox ... 24 Richard Coloona^Close 21 Charles John Royle ... 17 Harrie Wood ... 15 Francis Abigail ... 14 Henry Edmund Hollard 12 John Ernest Cook ' ... 11 Patrick Lynch ... 10 'William Vero Head 10 Andrew Thomson ... 9 John George Griffin ... 8 ' Thomas Melling ... 8 William Flyna ... 7 Walter Thomas Quinn 7 William Richardson ... 7 Francis Brown ... 7 Ernest L. Thompson ... 6 John Ncill ... 6 James Moriarty ... 6 Androw Armstrgng ... 6 John Blake ... 5 David Gash ......

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

Open Column. Correspondents arc informed when send ing communications to us that by leaving the ends of package open, or inserting the flap of envelope loosclv, one half -penny is all the postage required up to 2o/~ [We invite communication * for this column — but do not hold ourselves respon sible for any opinions expressed therein ] The Federal Stakes. I bet on a horse called Ashton For the leading event of the day ; The betting was brisk and even As they went to the post for the fray. Starter Witcombe is out fortlie business He's been at the game before ; Up goes the barrier ! They're off ! Ashton ! Ashton! Themultitude roar. The back of the hill is reached, The pace is for all they are worth ; I think that Ashton is tiring, Look t Chanter is up to his girth ! Round the bend they came on flying, The pace is fairly a cracker ; Miller on Protection sits easy, Freetrade is hard ridden by Thacker. What's that racing like a demon, Sure Deniliquin's making the pace ; He's sure to bring...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
After the Battle [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

After the Battle. The Federal Flection was full of sur prises. Mr. G. H. Keid was agreeably surprised at what he considers the magnificent Freetrade victory through out the State, and notably in Sydney, where not one solitary Ministeralist gained a seat Mr. B. R. Wise was surprised and disappointed, though his political opponents are full of glee. But if any man ever deserved to go to the wall that man was Mr. Wise. A brilliant writer and a man of many parts, he lias veered round to every point of the compass, and in his political career has puzzled many and disgusted not a few. The ruling force of Mr. Wise's actions is hatred of Mr. Reid. Like the famous Irishman he is against the Government, if that Government hap pens to be Mr. Reid. Well, Mr. Wise has made his bed, and ho must now he on it ; he will not, however, find it a bed of roses. Mr. James Ashton and his suppor ters are also surprised at the result of the voting in this electorate. But those who knew the temper of the peo...

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 — 1 April 1901

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Monday. Returns show that for the ; Senate there are twenty free traders, fourteen protectionists', and two independents .re turned. For the House of Representatives, thirty-one ireeuauers, unity-unie protec tionists, and five independents have been elected. Mr Barton stated last night that the further returns had confirmed his belief that the Government would have a sub stantial working majority, and be able to cany out its pro gramme. The prospects are thaifa settled Government is assured for some considerable time. Mr Reid states that the re sult of the elections has broken the back of protection^in Aus tralia. He anticipates that freetrade will be the dominat ing influence in tlite Senate and that jts strength in the House of Representatives will prevent the adoption of a high tariff'. In Sir William M'Millan's opinion freetrade will in a few years be the national policy for Australia. or* TT7!ii: ? r ? ? 3 Oil VY llllclill J-jyiL...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Riverina Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

Rivcriua Electorate. The following are the returns to hand: — 2 £ - 5 Argoon, Post Office ... 8 16 Arumpo, Berrigan, Court House ... G7 103 Brookong, Homo Station ... 10 23 Barooga, ... 10 2S Balranald, Court House 70 142 Black Gate, Buck&lovr, Booligal, Court Room ? - 24 .55 Booroorban, Township ... 20 31 Barham Crossing, Sheep Board OHicc ..31 4G Bundyulumblah, Home Station Barratta, Horue Station Garratnool, Court House ... 7G 56 Clare, Homestead Conargie, ... 12 9 Cuthero, ... 23 5 Culparlin, Cudgellico, Court Poom ... 60 40 Gugong, ... 15 5 Conoble, Home Station ... 9 4 Corrong, Home Station ... 7 8 Coobool, Home Station Conargo, Court House ... 18 39 Crop well Homestead, Home Stn 10 11 Darlington Point, Court House 32 37 Deniliquin, Town Hall ... 2o0 405 Eu&ton, Court House ... 24 28 Euabalong, Court-House ... 42 5 Eraracran, Home Station ... 10 I Finley, Court House G4 60 Gunbar, Simpson's Store ..47 37 Gol Gol, ... 12 G Glen Dee, Humphrey's Homestd 4 1 Gillgu...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

Spotting. [By Steeling.] Mr. W. O'Hanlon will not play for Deniliquin in the match against' the Melbourne Cricket Club on Saturday and Monday next. Had the only Willian tykfn the visit on I am sure he would have proved a tower of strengtn to tne uemnquiu team De hind the 'sticks.' He would have been also well to the fore with the bat, as by playing in a couple of scratch matches recently ' Bill ' wielded the ' willow ' in a manner which was familiar to him in the days of yore. A very handsome tea and coffee service, with tray, has been presented to Clem. Hill by the South Australian Cricketing Association and other ad mirers for his record score of 365 not out against New South Wales. The presentation is the work of an Ade laide firm of jewellers, and Hill's initials are engraved on each article, and the trfiy bears a long inscription artistically inscribed. J. Biggar, in charge of Dusk and Dawn left for Balranald to-day to take in the races on Easter Monday and Tuesday. Hugh Trumhl...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Elections. The Hay Constituency. MR. J. M. CHANTER ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

The Federal Elections. The Hay Constituency. MR. J. M. CHANTER ELECTED. The polling for the House of Repre sentatives and The Senate took place on Friday last throughout New South Wales, and resulted in a victory for the Freetr 'e party who secured 16 seats out o r the 26 while the six Sena tors of the Freetrade bunch are among the leading seven. The election of a member for the Riverina resulted in the return of Mr J. M. Chanter, the Bartonian candidate, by a majority of | about 400 votes'over his opponent Mr James Ashton. *' Thp members of the committees of both gentlemen worked well to secure the return of their I chosen man, and a good deal of in ! tcrest was taken in the election, al I though the polling throughout was I very small, as so far as the returns are in there have only been 5000 votes re ! corded out of a total number of about . | 12,000. Mr J. SI. Chanter's success i was received by his supporters with , 1 great satisfaction, and his committee at Hay have every reas...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

| UEMM Si& £ Soft Whi£@ Hands | Luxuriant H@ir Proceed by 3bd most effect^aklii og an 3 beactl* ? lying soap in the worlds as well as purest and sweetest for toilet, bath, and narecry. The only preventive of pimples* blackheads, red, rough, and oQy skin, red, rough hands with Itching palms and shapeless nails, dry, thin, sod falling balr, and simple baby blemishes, because the only preventive of the cause, rlc., Inflammation and clogging of the Pores. -8oli ewywlwre. Fortlcn depota: F. NnrauT, Len ient Ii-Mlox. Putin ICTo«neftCo_8ydT\«;. foran Save ajs Cuit. Corp., Bole Propt, Bwke, IJ. 8

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

HE WANTED NO SUCH PATIKXT. 'There now,' paid the doctor, 'you go on taking this medicine till it is aif utsed up. Then come hack and let mc have n look al yon.' This was in December, I80G. The woman mit the package in her pocket and went Iioinc. When the stuff had been consumed as directed, she called again. * The specialist looked at her and made up his mind in a minute,' I will have nothing to do with you as a patient/' he said. 'It's no use. You arc past help; you ai*c worse than when you were here before; I can see the bones through your skin now. What I tell you is the truth, and you will be wise not to deccive youi-self with hopes that can only break down under you/' tfatltcr hard, ugly talk ; but from a com mon-sense point of view the doctor was right. For four years Mrs Agness Biggs, of Norwood Terrace, Paddington,.near Brisbane had sufibrcd what she calls 'dreadful torment and pain' from dysentery. She tried everything advertised or 'recommend- ed to cure it, without succes...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Boer War. London, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

The Boer .War* London, March 28. A full account has been re ceived of the crushing defeat inflicted upon General De la Rey's force of 1500 Bows south-west of Ventersdorp, in the Western Transvaal, on Saturday and Sunday last, by General Babington and Colonel Shekleton, who drove in the enemy's rearguard, capturing nine guns, a quantity of am munition, 77 waggons, and 140 prisoners. Lord Kitchener, in his re port to the war office, states that the British casualties were only two killed and seven wounded, while 22 dead and 30 wounded Boers have already been found on the field of battle, and, in consequence of the rapidity of the pursuit, it is probable that many more Boer ? u: ? ? ;n u_ i ? 4.^ win ue ujuugiiu t aj . ilight. The commander-in-chief goes I on to say that Saturday's operations resulted in the enemy being driven north from Kaffir's Kraal. The mounted troops only continued the pur suit. On Sunday a combined movement on both flanks of the enemy drove in the rear-guard of t...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Theatrical Libel Action. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 1 April 1901

Theatrical Libel 4ctton. The action by Miss Billie Barlow against Mr W. M'Leod proprietor of the ' Bulletin,' to recover £5,000 damages for alleged libel contained in a paragraph commenting on one of the dresses the plaintiff wore in the pantomime of ' Puss in Boots' at the Tivoli Theatre, was continued on Thursday, before Mr Justice Simpson and a jury. Mr Pilcher, K.C., was leading counsel for the plaintiff and Mr Reid, K.C., for the defendant. The plaintiff said her name was Minnie Menzies Stuart, and she played under the name of Billie Barlow. The dress referred to in the paragraph was the same dress which she wore in the last pantomime in London and in the provinces. At the Royal Deptford Theatre at New Cross, at Leeds, and at Oldham, she had worn exactly the same dress, and precisely similar dresSes made from the same sketch at other theatres. She always had her dresses sketched by an artist, so that they would be original. The dress she wore was the usual 'poor' dress of the '...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Genealogy of King Edward VII. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 April 1901

The Genealogy of King Edward VII. Tlie following information with relation to the genealogy of the prewpnt King will be found interest ing 1066 William the Conqueror. 1100 Henry I. .Matilda, Empress of Germany. t1154 Henry II ? 1199 John 1272 Edward I. 1307 Edward II. 1327 Edward III; Lionel, Duke of Clarence ; Phillipa, Countess of March ; Roger, Earl of March ; Anne, Countess of Cambridge ; Ricli ^ ard, Duke of York. 1461 Edward IV. Elizabeth, Queen of Henry VII; Margaret, Queen of James IV of Scotland ; Mary Queen of Scots. 1603 James I. Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia ; Sophia, Electress of Hanover. 1714 George I. 1727 George II. ' ' Frederic,' Prince of Wales. 1760 George III. Edward, Duke of Kent. 1837 Victoria. 1901 EDWARD VII. Nio Oil — Rod brand is taking the lead — transcends Carbolic, or all other embrocations. Obtainable at chemists and stores, 2s 6d per bottle,

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hay Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 April 1901

Hay Circuit Court. The above Court was opened on Tuesday morning before His Honor Mr Justice Cohen. Mr F. D. Curran was present as Crown Prosecutor. After the jury had been called — Mr Curran said it afforded him pleasure to inform His Honor that there were no criminal cases for trial. ine onerm, luayoury, aauressing the Judge, said that in view of the announcement just made, it became his pleasing duty, as the executive officer of the court to ask His Honor's acceptance of the pair of white gloves, which he tendered, in pursuance of a time-honored custom. The gloves were intended to symbolise the morals of the community, and the clean hands of the inhabitants of this district. Coming to Hay as His Honor had done to dispense even-handed justice, he would be glad to find that there was an entire absence of crime, and that his duty would be complete when he had formally delivered tlie gaols, dis charged the jury, and congratulated the district. The Judge said it afforded him very much...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 April 1901

Open Column. Correspondents arc informed when send* ing communications to us that by leaving the ends of package open, or inserting the flap of envelope loosely, one half- penny is all the postage required up to 2oz. [ invite commununitiont for this 'column — but do not liold ourselva rapon liblc for any opinions expressed therein ] [to the editor.] Sib, — I have studied the land ques tion before and since the election for Riverina, and am not surprised alt the result (the election), for when we come to consider the action taken by our legislators to denude the population by means of a rotten land law, as it is admitted to be .on all hands, and administered in a rotten . manner — this much was admitted by at least one of the candidates for our favors at the recent election. Now let us see how the various Acts passed affected this part of the country. We may as well pass over the Act of 1861 (Sir John Robertson's) and come to the Act of 1884. This Act was passed, its object being to ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 April 1901

WANTED a }Foung Girl to assist with tho housework. Apply — Mrs A. B. I SMITH, Macauley-etreet, Hay. .. 405-2 tk ? * rpHE FARMERS' MARKET I have a Choice Lot of Bw\ Apples, l»th cooking and eat i£V ing, for Positive Sale, In large and small quantities. Call gtHjl ? early and avoid disappoint P yrt** mcnt. J. W. BOARDMAN & CO. VACANCY for two respectable Boarders. Ladies or Gentlemen. Apply — S. TRENGROVE, Pine-Btrcct, Hay. 338tc WANTED situation as Cook, assist with ironing ; great experience. Address, ?COMPETENT,' P.O., Hay. 320 SHOP TO LET — The two-storey shop, fitted with shelving, drawers, counters, gas fittings, &c., &C., adjoining Mr. Lobb's X)mjHiry Establishment. Apply at this office. WASTE PAPER. CHEAP. At this Office. A. J. BROWN, Practical and -?jzjg Fashionable Uootmnkcr. All yS kind* of Work done in best work* 38 manlike manner. Hand sewn or SgHBfc. pegged, Rp|iaira neatly executed. I'ei'ins moderate. Next A. S. Faslier, Laclilun-slrcet, Hay. 256...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hay Freetrade League. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 4 April 1901

Hay Freetrade League. A meeting of the Hay Freetrade League was held last night at the Athenayiin. Present. — Dr. Kennedy (in the chair), and about twenty-five ( other gentlemen. The weather mili tated against the attendance. j Apologies were received from Messrs. J. Johnston, J. Thacker, J. Lawson, and J. Appell. I The Chairman said they had not ' met to celebrate a victory. It wan ' not necessary for him to assign a | reason why defeat was theirs. One reason was that the decision of the electors was not fought out on free trade and protection lines, and that to a large extent common sense was not exercised. They had, however a great deal to be thankful for, as freetrade predominated in the Senate, and also there was sufficient power in the House of Representatives — as one gentleman had said — to break the back of pro tection. The hon. secretary read a statement of receipts and expenditure, which revealed a satisfactory state of affairs. Mr. Beveridge moved that the accounts, as r...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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