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The Civil List [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 8 April 1901

The Civil List. . The committee appointed last month by the House of Commons to consider what amount should be granted to His Majesty the King for the civil list, has made the following recommenda tions: — 1. The civil list to be £170,000, including £110,000 for privy purse annuities. 2 H.R.H. the Duke of Cornwall and York, £20,000. 3 H.R.H. the Duchess o£ Cornwall and York, £10,000. 4. Each of the three daughters of His Majesty the King £6000. 5. Tlie contingent annuity to be paid to Her Majesty Queen Alexandra if she survives -the King, to be increased ] from £30,000 to £70,000. 6. The contingent annuity to the ' Duchess of Cornwall and York if she i survives the Duke, £30,000. No proposal is made with regard to the children of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York.

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 — 8 April 1901

STEWART DAWSON & GO 'S ' — i*' ? Chnnnfn* NovcHics in IfEDDINsi a ' Orders received and dfspurdicl «uilv. ; i «; i - -? «?« ? ? Sd pa^et } pi'SL free. W. itu »n C'alL Mo. 830.— TwcH * BHTpr^Pl^el Tea S( wn s' &od Sugar Tonga, in Caie, £i 7a, 01. IfG. Te*flpoo^ in Morocco Care, £l)0«. Ko.821.— Sil-e Oluve Stretcher, 0|.|». I'-nir, 6hc*Ufl, abd Button llnoke, in Uorooco Owe, £1 10*. j. ***'.— ^ LONDON Be *26.~Palr Fine S tr-r-PUted fie Servers, in Ca-« £5 iu». KO. 183.— S--^d fii'vrT Chrir enUc Srw», In Case, 15s. Sd hil IT riat/J 6». ?» W).— CMitatoln'.'S lid HI' er Sinrar Sifter Jam Bpooo, and Lut cr Killfn, £l Bo. 518.^' -r r XJu ( lilt in CMC, lfe. 6d. j3|SS$8^& L^rs^ry^eagiu«agr^r---.v— Ho. 142.- Two Finrtti Cut (Slaw S!1v.-r II un'e Kni.c (tats, in Ca*', 1R* '*1. (fEOriGl!: STUART & ^TltAiNO, s^Yl» MSE«.flCUR«fC. AUCKUKD. PERTH LONDON Horses ani- Cattle, — Nio Oil ha no equal for wounda, bruises, cuts, «tc. The entire Medical Pr«fesawm say*: There...

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 — 8 April 1901

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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 — 8 April 1901

Coming State Elections. — The following are mentioned as probable candidates for tlie next State elections : — Lang Division : Mr Evan Jones. KingDivision : Mr F. Walsh, MV H F! Parr, and Alderman r * Hughes. Waratah : Mr O. Gilbert, Young : Mr A W. Foley. Marrickville -. Messrs C. Burn, L. D. Chen hall, and It Atkinson. Bur wobd : Mr W. G. Ralston. Xuverell : Mr E. Lonsdale.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Returned Soldiers' Pay. LEGAL ACTION AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 8 April 1901

Returned Soldiers' Pay. H.EGA.L ACTION AGAINST THE GO VERNMENT. A fairly large meeting of returned South African soldiers was held last week in Sydney to further consider the matter of obtaining from the Govern ment certain pay which is wrongly withheld from them. The contingenters, it appears, were promised, when they en listed, that they would receive pay at the rate of 4s Gd per day. Of this amount they have received from the New South Wales Government 3s. 4d. per day. and the present trouble is in respect of the re maining Is. 2d. By remarks made at the meeting, it appears that, since a deputation waited upon the Minister a month ago, to whose representations no reply has yet been made, numbers of the soldiers have interviewed the Minister for Defence (Hon. John See). Complaints werefreely made as to the insolent manner in which he had received and spoken to the men. It was said that the Minister informed them that, while they might possibly have a legal claim, they had no moral...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hay Hospital Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

Hay Hospital Fete. The usual weekly meeting of the Committee of the above was held on Wednesday night at the Athenscum. Present. — Mr J. Donohoe, (in the chair) and Messrs J. B. White, 11. Donohoe, J. Reid, F. Morgan, L. Dillon, H. B. Maclure, A. Watson, A. W. Horton, D. Cummins, S. Myers, H. Heylioe, B. Horton aud A. Duncan. ? Mr White proposed and Mr Maclure seconded that a secretary be 'appointed. Carried. Mr Horton, the acting secretary, stated that there were four applica tions for the position, viz : — Messrs W. K. Hoare, R. Massie, J. Newton and T. Drurv and W. Johnston as joint secretaries. Upon a ballot being taken Mr J. Newton was elected. Mr Cummins proposed and Mr L. Dillon seconded, that the Fete meet every Monday night, excepting next Monday night, and that the next meeting be held on Friday, the 1 2th inst. That the secretary notify each committeeman by letter requesting them to attend. Carried. Mr Cummins proposed and Mr Reid seconded that the appointment of the vari...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Trip Round the World. INTERESTING INTERVIEW WITH MR. A. G. STEVENSON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

A Trip Round (lie World. INTERESTING INTERVIEW WITH MR. A. G. STEVENSON. Our respected townsman, Mr A. G. Stevenson, who has just returned from a trip around the world, kindly con sented to an interview from a repre sentative from this paper, which we feci confident will be read with in- j terest by our numerous subscribers. The information so kindly supplied will be found both useful and interest- j ing, more especially the matter dealing i on wool, etc, j Round this 'World in 65 Days. ! v ' | On being interviewed Mr Stevenson saidhesailcd from Melbourne aboutfivo months ago by the P. and 0. Steam ship Britannia, calling at the usual places — Colombo, Aden, Suez, Port Said, and from thence to Mar seilles, wheiv he disembarked. He spent a few daysinthe Riviera, visiting Nice and Monte-Carlo — a few days at Paris, and crossed from there to Lon don. Six weeks later sailed by the Cunard's steamer Stoiria from Liver pool for America where he spent six weeks in New York, Buffalo, Niagara...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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A.J.C. Meeting. [BY TELEGRAPH] THIRD DAY, SYDNEY, Wednesday. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

A.J-C. Meeting. [Bv Teleokaph] Third Day, Sydney, Wednesday. Hurdlk Race. Abedarc ... ... 1 Marton ... ... ... 2 Rickshaw ... 3 All Aged Stakes. Advance... ... ... L Dandy ? 2 Fulminate ... ... 3 City Handicap. GAULEON ? 1 Australian Colors ... 2 La Hoguc ... ... 3 Eastek Stakes. Grasspan ... ... 1 Hautvilliers ... ... 2 Ibex ? .' 3 Cujmeuland Stakes. La Carabine ... ... 1 San Fran ... ... '2 Dandy ... ... 3 'VVbltuu Handicap. Undaunted ... ... 1 Jx-ch Clievedon ? 2 fireman ? 3

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

Sporting. [By .Stkiilinc.] The cricket, match between Denili quin find Melbourne resulted in an easy win for the latter. Messrs J. Dillon and F. J)archy played ? for Deniliquin ; the former acquitted him self with i*reat brilliancy, while the latter had the misfortune to be given out 1 b w. in the first innings, and in the second attempt he was given out for a catch behind the 'sticks.' This sterling young cricketer states that the bull never touched the bat, but brushed against his clothes. Jack Dillon bowled splendidly in the first innings and came out with the mag nificent average of 8 wickets for 08 runs. Jack was top scorer in Denili quin's second innings with 1 1 runs. Armstrong rcade 155 not out in Mel bourne's second innings. A member of the team which was defeated at Narandera says, ' We were badly beaten, but we had a right royal time.' The winners at the AVangaratta Races on Monday : — Miss Windsor, Flying Fox, Galtee More, Antonia, Tom, Silverlock, and Antonia. The membe...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Thursday. Tlie new Cabinet lias been declared to-day as follows : — - Mr. See, Colonial Secretary. Mr. Wise, Attorney-General. Mr. Suttor. Vice-President of tlie Executive Council. Mr. O'Sullivan, Minister for Works. Mr. Perry, Minister Education. Mr. Crick, Minister for Lands. Mr. Waddle, Treasurer. Mr. ICidd, Minister for Mines. Mr. R. G. D. Fitzgerald, Minister for J ustice. The Government lias decided Ho appoint two additional members with out portfolios to the Cabinet, viz., Mr. J. Hayes and Mr. W. Bennett, M.P's. Writs for tlie re-election of Messrs. Waddle, Kidd, and Fitzgerald will probably be issued at once. It is commonly reported that Mr. Hassall will be appointed commercial agent for the State in London, but Mr See denies it. Mr. Hassell goes to England 011 a pleasure trip. Mr. See states that it is the intention of the Government to meet Parliament in June or dissolve Parliament, al though it does not expire by effluxion ...

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 — 11 April 1901

WANTED Conks (hotels) 2os ; cooks and laundresses, station ; good generals and housemaids. Miss Patterson, l-ank-Kl. TJACANCY for two rcspcetablc Boarders. , \ Ladies or (jentlcmcn.. Apply — 8. 'TRENGROVfi, Pine-street, Hajr. 33Sto rn HE FARMERS' MARKET 1 have Choice Lot of Apples, both cooking and oat l&flr ing, for Positive Sale, In large and small quantities. Call early and avoid disappoint J.* W. BOA RDM AN' k CO. pp-j A. J. 11R0WN, Practical and togy F--!iionabl- Bootmaker. All m83 kirn].-* of Work done in be6t work WBf manlike manner. Hand 6ewn or pesiff 'I, RppairB neatly cxecut d. ?Ti iVrnis moderate. Next A. *. Father, Lncblnn-etrcet, Hay. 25G Hay Pastoral AND Agricultural Association rrENDKRSare invited for the erection of I Pnvalion and -{rand Stand on the At' aociations (Ground, Hay. * Tenders close at 12 o'clock noon, on Thursday, 18th inst. Plans and specifications may l)C seen at Uiv office. CHAS. HIDOCOCK, 4252 lion. Treasurer. Municipal District of Hay. TEND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

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Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Cricket. BOOLIGAL V. DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

Cricket. Booligal v. District. [By an Occasional Correspondent! The ab-ve teams met on Easter Monday at Roset's Farm for a friendly game of cricket, and for the third time this season the. District team won, on this occasion defeating their opponents in a decisive manner by one innings and 40 runs. It was a beautiful day for crickct though a trifle warm, and a good crowd of spectators watched the contest. M. Sheppard won the toss from W, Bent and' decided to bat, the last -wicket falling for 40. G. Clancy 9 and .Porriman 8 being tho chief scores. The District men were not got rid ot till 118 runs had been scored, Jno, Tassell ;playing''in a bril liant inannerforiO,' beingably-backed up by E. Nicholson 20, J. Bent 12, and w. Waring 11. Booligal fared no better at the second attempt, being all disposed of for 38, Perriman ratt ling up 15 not out in about two acts, while Priest, a Deniliquin 'crack,' raado 8. ? For the winners, W. Bart lett took iO.wickets for 28 runs, W. Bent, 7 for 4...

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 — 11 April 1901

It was a painful surprise to Anglo-colonials in London to hear of the death of Mr James Hud dart, at Eastbourne, 011 February '27, at the age of 53. When seen in Loudon a comparatively short time before, he seemed well and cheerful, though liis many friends are aware that lie lias deeply felt the worries and anxieties inseparable from the miscarriage of his ambiti ous scheme for the establish ment of an ' all-red ' line of steam communication between

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Wesleyan Anniversary Social. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

Wcslcynn Anniversary Social. A social in aid of the Sunday School funds was held in the Wesleyan Church last night, the Church being nicely decorated and the attendance good. Mr Butterworth, the Sunday School superintendent occupied the chair. The social was opened by a song from the choir, Miss Proctor organist and Mr Hardingham conductor. The chairman called on Master Clyde Biessel for a recitation entitled 'Puss in a trap.' A song was then sung by Mr Hardingham with 'Mrs Colwell accompanist. The chairman said lie was sorry he did not see more parents of the Sunday School children but he wished to ask those present to take more interest in their children with regard to the Sunday School. The choir gave another Hymn. The chairman said he would like to let the scholars know where the pennies they put in the 'plate at Sunday School go. The amount last year was £10, half of which croes to the Home and Foreign Mission Society and the other half to the Sunday School funds. Th» R-v. Mr J...

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 — 11 April 1901

Great Britain, Canada, and Australasia. In its obituary notice ?' The Times' recognises Mr Huddart's stronglypro nounced Imperialism, and adds: — ' If his Atlantic projects and his ' nil-red ' route should still become an accomplished fact — and hope in this direc tion does not seem to have been yet abandoned — his name will certainly be deserving of honorable mention in connec tion with them.' Correspon dent 'Argus.'

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Wedding Bel's. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

Wedding Bel's. There is no sound mora joyful, to one's cars than the ringing of the wedding bell, even if one is not the principal in the important event,- and this was evidenced to no small degree when on Monday evening a large num ber of the friends of Mr J. Schade and Miss. B. Scliuback assembled to ? witness the wedding ceremony performed which made thein one for the re mainder of their JiveS on earth. The Rev. Mr Richards (Church of Eng land) performed the pleasing ceremony. Mr Schade was accompanied by Mr Mr F. Birchell as best man ; while tho bride was accompanied by Miss C. Schade. Mrs. Schade was the recipient of some handsome presents. We de sire to add ourbestwishes to those ofthe many friends of the above young couple, that their future life may be full of joy and happiness. Another wedding took place yester day morning when Mr C. Crutchley and Miss Walker, of Booroorban, were united by the Rev. Mr Richards. at the Church of England. There were a large number of friends ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Bendigo Easter Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

Bcntligo Easter Fair. The thirtieth annual celebra tion in aid of the Bendigo Hospital and Benevolent Asy lum was opened at Bendigo on Monday, the weather being perfect. The railway traffic this year pointed to the fact of there being a large number of visitors present, and the crowds oi people 111 the mam street this morning fully bore out that fact. Shortly after 12 o'clock His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor (Sir John Madden), accompanied by Lady Madden and his aidesde camp, Captain Vallange and Mr Guy Madden, arrived by special train from Melbourne and were met at the station by the mayor (Councillor S. Ryan), the city councillors, the local members of Parlia ment, and repres6ntatives of the numerous shires in the district. They were driven in drags to tlie town-hall, from which the procession started. The line of route was thronged, and His Excellency was cheered at different points along it. When Howard-place was reached His Excellency's carriage was stopped, and lie inspec...

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 — 11 April 1901

SAXDIilt AND SON'S EUOALYI* I EXTRACT. — According to reports of P great nnmber of physicians of 1 lie lure^t prnfeic innn! Rtan.iing, there are offere- 1 Eucalypti Extructa whicli possess no euro* tive qualities. Tn protection of the world wide fame of SANDEft AND S0XS' pre- I paration we publish a fo-v abstracts from ?these reports, which bear fully out t!i*t no reliance ear he plured in other prolcets: — Dr VV. B. Ku»h. Oakland, FU. . 'writes : It iB Bometlmes (lifhcult tn nbtain the genuine article fSANDBR AND SONS'). J em ployed different other preparaMona but they had no therapeutic value aud no effects. In one cisc the efTeets wirre similar to the oil campliora, the ? hjectfonahle action of which is well known ' Dr H. B. Drake, Portland Oregon, nay* : ' Since I became acquaints with thia preparation (SANDER AND SONS') 1 nse'l no other furm of oncalyptua as I think it by far the be9t,' Dr L. P. Proston, Lynchburgta, Va„ writes : ' ' I never use any preparation other than SAN D...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 11 April 1901

Mr. Thomas Culling, the oldest practical printers in Otar and probably iu New Zealand died at his residence, near Dunedin, 011 the 23rd inst., at the age of G9 years. He came to Dunedin in 1849. Eventually he became a partner iu the firm of Coulls, Culling, and Co; which afterwards acquired the paper mills at Mataurr, in Southland, and eventually Mr.. Culling sold his interest in the printing firm and purchased*' his partner's interest in the paper mill, which he carried on energetically up to the time of his death.

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