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TESTIMONIAL TO MR. JOHN ANDREW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 4 June 1873
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. JOHN ANDREW. An impromptu meeting was convened at Tattersall's Hotel on Saturday evening by some of our most influential and mercantile townsmen to present this gentleman, on the eve of his departure from Hay, with a memo rial, as a token of their esteem and regard. The Mayor (Mr Johns) was voted to the chair, and in a few eulogistic remarks said as the honor bad been conferred on him, be had great pleasure in occupying that position, al though it was an occasion that he very much regretted, as he believed Mr Andrew to be a man of integrity in all his transactions, ener getic, and charitable ; in losing him they would miss a friend they would ever have cause to respect, and one of their best towns men. The souvenir consisted of a handsome dressing-case, and an illuminated address, of wlnVli tlio -followincr is a rnnv. hs rea.d bv Mr Pollard Address to Mr. John Andrew of 'The Hay Standard.' Dear Sib, — On the eve of your departure from amongst us, we beg to express...
THE "DAM" QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 4 June 1873
THE 'DAM' QUESTION. Tbe question of the rights of persons to erect dams on some of the smaller rivers of Riverina is again cropping up, and as dry weather sets in the matter continually becomes prominent. If we were to have dry seasons — and we shall soon have them by the ordi nary laws governing our climate — we may expect to have the usual fights over these dams. It is not long since that an extensive ownpr of sheep and stations in these parts was hiringmen at Hay at 20s. per day to fight for him, and 20s. per week with rations if they i did not aid in the projected siege of some of the dams put across the Lachlan liver. Go- ? vernment has long ago been put in possession ! of data sufficient to propose a law on this ! subject. Before life is lost or a great amount | of property is sacrificed, we infer that nothing will be done by the Legislature. A general law — a law that will suit all cases or locali ties requiring legislation, cannot be passed; but surely the Crown Land Commiss...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING. THURSDAY, 29TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 4 June 1873
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING. Thuhsday, 29th May. Present: Frank Johns, Esq., (Mayor), Aldermen Tartakover, Sabine, Simpson., and I Pollard. CORRESPONDENCE. The only letter read was from Mr Tbos Simpson, requesting leave of absence. Received. KEPOBTS. The Town Clerk reported as follows : — £ s d Rates collected .. .. ?? 142 19 0 Commonage dues .. . . .. 613 Ratepayers address unknown . . . . 110 Rates uncollected .. .. ? - 950 Total ? ' .. £157 6 3 The Town Clerk was instructed to serve a notice upon those who had not paid their rates, informing thein if they were not paid forthwith, steps would be taken for the recovery of the same. irrnnvTS The following accounts were passed for pay- ment : — £ s d Henry Lee, clearing stumps, &c. . . 7 7 0 Pastoral Times, advertising - . . . 2 2 0 W. R- Klliott, salary .. .. 8 6 8 F. W. Reed, law costs .. .. 5 2 0 Total ? £22 17 8 Alderman Tartakover objected to an item of 13s 4d in Mr Reed's account, not so much for the amount charged, for s...
HAY POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 28th. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 4 June 1873
HAY POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 28th. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Henry Johnson, for being drunk and disorderly, was fined 5s. James MGinn, for being drunk, was fined 10s or 48 hours1 imprisonment. Friday, May 30th. Micbael John Dwyer was finfd 10s for being drunk, and 20s for resisting the police iu the exeeu tion of their duty. Thomas Whelan was fined 10s for drunken ness. Neddy, (an aboriginal) for being drunk, was discharged with a caution. Monday, June 2nd. James Langley was fined 5s for being drunk. Tuesday, June 3rd. James Allen, for using obscene language, pleaded guilty, and was fiued 20s or thiee day's further in carceration. The prisoner elected to take the latter.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 4 June 1873
Seventh WE invite attention to our recently sent out, and i°espe|||^^^^^^^^H favour of remittances. PUBLIC H All business communications on matteri||^^^^H the Standard should be addressed to F General Manager. Letters intended for piimuroHH must be forwarded to ' The' Edxtob of StaNDAED.'1 . We shall be happy to report all meetings of general public interest, provided we are informed of the time and place where such meetings ara to be held. It is customary where meetings, with their attendant demonstrations are to be complimentary to an individual or individuals, to send invitations to the nearest journal of its own district tbat the proceedings should be made public; otherwise re cords thereof may not be correctly given. j
DISAFFECTION IN FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 4 June 1873
DISAFFECTION IN FIJI. The following interesting particulars respecting tbe late seditious movement in Fiji are from a pri vate letter : — While I am 'waiting for your anxiously expected letters I will .dot down a few true particu lars of the ' wee bit rebellion ' which we have had here. Immediately after the murder of Burns, wife, two children, and twenty Tanna men by the Kai Colas (men of the interior), the Government scoun drels, who had been the cause of the massacre, sent down titty ot id err so-called naked soldiers under the command, of Major Fitzgerald. Tbe planters, about ten in number, who much enraged by recent actions of the so-called Government, met, and, as these Fiji troops when formerly in the district did a great deal of harm, had supplied the cannibal tribes with about 1000 rounds of ammunition, and as the object of the Government was clearly to make poli tical capital of the horrid massacre, they determined that the troops should not land. However, they found that ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 4 June 1873
Now that the vexed question of the collection of border duties on the Murray has been for this time at least, arranged, if not to the satis faction of the two colonies principally con cerned, certainly to the sufferers in the late border warfare, it is to be hoped that our Government and Parliament will look more closely to the public interests of the public who have settled down in these parts. When we say ' the ppople ' we do not mean any section tnereoi, more noisy or demonstrative than others who are pursuingtheir vocation in comparative retirement. It is a prominent fault in people of cities and large towns that they should insist upon securing' for themselves what is not theirs by virtue of political or social right. They almost i n va ri a b^^jnterpre t for themselves all the decrees of Pa|||ament and Government — that is from tbrap'own stand-point, and we are willing to admit that to this, very largely, we are to attribute the errors which denizens of the cities and towns co...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 4 June 1873
CHURCH SERVICES. Roman Catholic Church every fourth Sunday, at eleven, a.m, Scotch Church every Sunday, at eleven, a.m., and half.past seven, p.m. Wesleyan Church every Sunday, .at eleven, a.m. and half-past seven, p.m.; and Wednesday at half-past seven, p.m. Church of England every fourth Sunday, at eleven, am., and half-past seven, p.m. THE HAY STANDARD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1873. IMPARTIAL, NOT NEUTRAL.
NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
NEW ZEALAND The Albion has arrived from Auckland, with dates to 22nd May. . Affairs at the Waikato are threat ening and darkening, and it is generally believed that war will ensue. It is believed the first hostile shot will be shorty fired bv the Maories. The Press unanimously demand the surrender of the murderers, and the taking up of an eligible base of operations in the event of hostilities being manitested at the Waikato. It is reported that the militia will be called out. The natives are preparing for war, and the outside settlers are coming in. Dunedin, 22 nd May. Mr. Mackay has arrived at Alex andra. Tawhaio's answer is ambiguous. Six redoubts connected by tele graph are to be erected along the frontier. Mr. Mackay deprecates precipi tate action. Cambridge, 22nd May Two contingents of friendly natives have arrived from Poverty Bay. The forces are taking an ad vanced position. Sullivan's heart is still hanging on a tree. Captain Leslie has volunteered to lead a party to recove...
MR, REYNOLDS AT PORT DARWIN. ADELAIDE, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
MR, REYNOLDS AT PORT DARWIN. Adelaide, June 5. Mr Reynolds, under date Port Darwin, 5th June, telegraphs to the South Australian Government that lie left South'port accompanied by Mr Westcott, two men, and five horses and buggy, on Sunday, 25th __ii ? 3 ? m ? -li: ? nrr-i. ? un., ana reacneu i umuimg vvau?is at night to camp. On Monday the party made an early start, and reached Finniss Crossing at noon, and Stapleton at night. Adelaide Crossing was made at noon next day, and Howley Crossing on Tues day night. On Wednesday War den's camp was reached, and a trooper was sent immediately on to Shackle's telegraph station to obtain fresh horses, Mr Reynolds being anxious to get to Pine Creek dig gings next day. After a rest, Mr Reynolds visited the Priscilla Reef on foot, no horses being available, and examined it at several points where he struck it, extending over fully a mile and a half. He found gold in every case on the surface blocks and in the sinking. That seen was fine, with sma...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. . ?[associated press telegrams.]' Sydney, 31st May. — The Border Customs treaty has been^gned by the Adelaide Government new rush has taken place near flftilgong ; the deep sinking prongfes well. The Governor has purchased Lec turer's brother from Mr^Lee, and the horse is being trained at Bath urst. The Queensland Ministry prevented the Assembly from dis cussing the address by not formingj a House ; a public meeting has been J held to consider the position of aSiai^^ The tin mines are now yielding^S average of 120 tons of ore weekJjjjjH a number of companies are wind^H up. MkrajLAiDE, May ^^^?cith New Mr Richard Hollia^^^hi^^™^^^| over to keep the pe|fi| for towards Mr W. Letters received from the Linip^^^M dated off Home's Island, 12th-S^M state that it was expected thevJaM would reach Port Darwin at the ghB of the month. ' - * Launceston, June. 2 — The eldest son of Mr Murphy, the mayor, acci dentally shot himself on Saturday, and died in a few hours. ^ Sydney, 2...
WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. STANDARD Office, Hay, Wednesday, June 11, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. I Standard Office, Hay, J Wednesday, June 11, 1873. I The weather up to the present has been fine. On Sunday, at dusk, we had a smart shower, but it cleared away and left us a clear sty ; lmt on Monday afternoon we had a second edition — the sky being; clear, and the atmos phere chilly. The crossings at Hay punt for .ne week are as follows : — On 5th inst. — 3000 fat fiTiprn frnm Brndribb's station. LarhJan. for Victorian markets (Auslin in charge) ; 7th — 3400 tat sheep, from T ully' o Illillawa sta tion, for Victorian ma^k-jts (Donald Grant in charge) ; 1 0th — 4000 fat sheep, Haines and Oo. s, Bellidgeramble, also for Victorian mar re ts.
SUBMARINE CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
submarine cable. [associated press telegrams.] London, 21 at May. — The trial of the Tichborne claimant is progres sing, Mr Gibbes, the solicitor, and Messrs Miller and Darwood were examined yesterday, 23rd May. — The Clodian from Brisbane, put into Table Bay on lULU April Ul&llld&LVU. A lie? OU1C/W corvette Pearl is being commissioned by Captain Goodenougli for the Australian station. The Prince of Wales has left Vienna^ he was brilliantly entertained throughout his visit. The Australian Customs Bill has passed the House of Lords. 26th May. — Miss Loder and. the Wapping witnesses fully identify the elaimant as Arthur Orton. 27th May. — The Queen pas pre sented to the colony of Queens land six red deer from Windsor Forest, which were shipped 111 the Great (Queensland to-day. 1 he London Chartered Bank has de clared a dividend of 8 per cent. London, May 31st. — Discount is at 6 per cent, with money in active demand. The bank return is favor able. The stock market has ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
SPECIALITIES FOR GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING. AUR Stock of WOOLENS for Gentlemen'sapparel for the PRESENT SEASON has arrived, and comprises all tbe NSWKST and most FA SH [ONAHLE NOVEL. TIES 'in vogue in Collins street, and Our Prices are WfiSllli much below Mi-lhourn-» for the E£lf|p§a same material and workman- I|l|||j|^ fpjjMll s!iip' 1111 ml In our Ready-made Depart- , W&gM mem, gentlemen can be fitted eglsB , w fjtgB S at a moment's notice with iSgj tS clothing of a superior de scviptiou. ^ ® Murray & Co., JtlANUFACTURING TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, # ' ^ AN1* GENERAL OUTFITTERS. 772a Hairdressing, Shaving, & Shampooing Saloon, . Lachlan-street,' Hay, (Opposite the Joint Stock Bants). ALBERTl™H|^fe T-EGS to inform his friends X) he Cut Tobacco, Cigars. Sweet briar, and Clay Cutierv, Bstock For Sale. ^^-DERSIG NED has for sale tbe following first-class Merino Sheep, bred by T. Iceley, Esq.. pJathurst, which are now travelling down the Lachlan and will be at Booligal abou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
Advertisements received to 6 pm on Tuesdays; they should have the number of insertions written on the face of the copy, otherwise they will be inserted and charged for until countermanded in writing:. ! In ADELAIDE at the Bushmen's Club, and other i places. j Government Gazettes of New South Wales and Victoria are received and filed at our office for the convenience of our supporters' Travelling Cattle. — We shall be obliged to gen tlemen in charge of cattle and horses travelling in Eiverina if they will inform us, by letter or otherwise, of their progress for the purpose of publication in our stock article.
MARSHAL MACMAHON. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
MARSHAL MACMAHON. The following notice in reference to General Mac Mali on, the newly chosen president of tbe Republic of France, 's from the Graphic of August 20, 1870 : ? ' In spite of the late reverses suffered by the French army under Marshal MacMahon, this General is still considered, both in and out of France, as a truly brave and skilful leader, and was deservedly described a few days ago, in a French journal, as the true type of a military hero. 'Corute de MacMahou was born in 1808 at the vjuaiuau ue ouuy, near Autun, wtiere his fa mi I v, who, as their name testifies, are of Irish origin, had resided for upwards o. 180 years, havinir, as devoted adherents to the Stuart dynasty, left England with James II, Up to seventeen years old young Mac Mahon wras educated at the quiet seminary of Autun. He was then, however, transferred to the militarv school of St. Cyr, which two years afterwards he left as sous lieutenant eleve, and, 'as such, joined the Staff School of Applications....
CIRCUIT COURTS FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
CIRCUIT COURTS FOR 1*73. Wagga, on Friday 4th Apri!, and Friday 3rd October. Albiiry, on Monday 14th April, and Monday 13th October. Deniliquin, on Wednesday 23rd April, and Wednes day 22nd October. QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1873. Wagga, 3rd February, 26th May, 25th August. Albury, 10th February, 2nd June, 1st September. Deniliquin, 18th February, 10th June, 9th Sept. .Hay, 25th February, 15ih September. Went worth, 13 th March, 26th September. DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1873. Wagga, 4th February, 27th May, 26th August. Albury, lltb February, 3rd June, 2nd September. 1 Corou-fl. 14th February, Gth Jimp, 5th September. Deniliquin, 19th February* 11th Jun-s 10th Sept. Hay, 26tli February, 16th September. Balranald, 5th March, 22nd September. 'Went worth, 14th March, 27th September.
OUTRAGE THROUGH JEALOUSY NEAR DUBBO [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 11 June 1873
OUTRAGE THROUGH JEALOUSY NEAR . DUBBO The following dreadful outrage caused by jealousy, is reported in the Dubbo Dispatch of Friday last : — On Wednesday morning information of a dreadful | outrage committed at Murrumbidarerie, about fourteen miles from Dubbo, was brought into town. It was stated that a woman had been shot by a half caste, and her life despaired of. Dr. Tibbits and sergeant Wa'lings, accompanied by a black tracker, went immediately to the scene, aud the report made in tuenrstinstance wasaiscoveredto beunexaggeratea. About eight oVIock on Wednesday morning, a half caste named David Peckham, rode up to the garden of tbe Murrumbidgerie Inn, a roadside house on the 'main road from Dubbo to Wellington. He tied his horse behind the paling fence, and walked towards the kitcheu. He was armed with a double-barrelled gun, which he carried in his hand, and a single barrelled-gun strapped to Lis back. He went into the kitchen, in which, at the time, was Mary Ann Gill, a balf-c...