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Dry Riverina! What Can Be Done With It? [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Dry Itiveriua ! What Can Itc Done With It ? ' Australia will be a great country when it is all fenced in.' This was a common jocular remark in the early 'days. Ndw that all tho colonies have united to form a commonwealth, wehavo actually lived to see it fenced in by the sea, and with a few smart cruisers as boundary keepers to prevent out siders from trespassing on our shores we can then throw our hats in the air and roar out Australia Against tue World. £-ow that freetrade among the colonies has been established, and all colonial jealousies likely to die out, we may turn our attention to tlie interior and devote our energies to the de velopment of our internal resources. . In looking at a map of Australia, showing the routes «f explorers who have crossed that portion of Australia lying between the settled districts of South Australia and Western Aus tralia, one is struck by the fact that neither Evre, Forrest, Giles nor War burton show a single watercourse of any size in the length...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Haystack Destroyed by Fire at Gunbar. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Haystack Destroyed by Fire at iiuiibiir. Oa Tuesday at Rookwood the Coroner, Mr Martin, P.M., conducted an inquiry into the fire which des troyed a haystack, the property of Mr John Flanagan on the morning of the 1st inst. The following evidence was adduced : — Constable Marshall stated that from information received he proceaded to Rookwood, 5 miles from Gunbar, on the 1st April. He fonnd a haystack on fire. It was about 200 yards from Mr John Flanagan's house, about tlie . same distance from the home of Mr P. Flanagan, and about 100 yards from the camp of an employee, Frank Lees. He made examinations for tracks, but found none other than those which could be accounted for. Sergeant Sawtell, of Hilliton, Senior-Constable Smith of Booligal, and Edward Prince black tracker also searched with the same result. Francis Lees, laborer, an employee of Mr Flanagan, stated that the fire started about 4.30 a.m. He was in bed in a tent, and was awakened by the noise of the dogs barking. He got...

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 — 15 April 1901

J, Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. Sf Universally Approved f , la use in all the largest Hospitals, I;.* - Recommended by Doctors as a Wholesome Spirit. 1 Wealth of Nations' Tobacco.' K ' LET YOUR NEXT SMOKE BE f Wealth of Nations Dark Tobacco. WAT3ERBURY WATCHES. w ' I' Waste Not, Want Not' =- You will save 50 per cent on cost by. purchasing a f W ATERBURY WATCH. 5 LOG CABIN TOBACCO COOLEST SMOKE $*? ?- — WILL NOT BITE THE TONGUE i TRY IT. ? THE HAY WOOL & SKIN GO. lachlan-strket, hav, G. II- COTTRELL (Auctioneer) Liberal Cash Advances ! in his hand* for Sale, inclu-ling Landed Estates, House Property or Town Allotments. Live Stock, Furniture and EfTectB, \S oul, Sheepskins, and all Statiou Produce, Ou Hand for Sale or Elirc. Waggonf, Sulkies, Drovers' Plants, Harness, Horses, Pianos, Furniture, &c., including ._ the aodertnentioned Bargains, and which will he delivered free to railway, boat or tram, upon receipt of p.o, order or cheque : — Single Bedstead?, 5s, 7« 6d an...

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 — 15 April 1901

PIMPLES PREVENTED BY The most effectiveBkin. purifying and bean Jifyinj? soap, as well as purest and sweetest, for toilet, bath, andnnreery. It strikes at the cause of bad complexions, red, tough hands, falling hair, and baby blemishes, Tiz., tbe clogged, irritatod, inflamed, ovor workod, or sluggish Pohbb» BrftUbdepeti P. NimiT ft Sou, IrfHMtM- French denife L, . MiDYtPaiia. Acutrallia dcpMlft-Towiif ft Co^lifllficT, foitu Dno ilS Cat* Coarn bolt Prop*-, P.H. A.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE RIVERS. April 15. MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

THE RIVERS. April 15. Murbu&uudqee. Hay, Tin. below summer level. Wagga, 1ft Oin 'a.bove summer level. Gunaagai, 1ft. 6in. . ?Lachlan. Booligal, 5ft. Gin rising.

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 — 15 April 1901

WANTED Men to split 5000 posts ; also, I good Well Sinkers for throe wells. 430-2m MAXACi'Sf. Burraboeric Station. I T7ACANCY for two respcctablo Boarders. \ Ladies or (Jentlcmen. Apply — S. TRENGROVE, Pine-street, Ha}'. 33SW SALK nr TO LET— Lnrjje nn.l Com modious Residence 011 the Irrigutinu Area. Apply to J. ANDREW, at this 1 office. WASTE PArKR. CHEAP. At this Office. A a 'pnE FARMERS' MARKET 1 have Choice Lot of Apples, both cooking and cat* l£flf ing, for Positive Sale, In large Wwm and small quantities. Call I&ImUji early and avoid disappoint J.' \V. BOARDMAN & CO. r *'} A. J. BHOWN, Practical and Bootniiiker. All kinds of Work done in best woi k« mnolikc manner. Ham! sewn or Pp2i?Cfl« Repairs neatly i-xeeut' d. Terma moderate. NiXt A. N. Faslicr, Laohliin-strect, Hay. 256 A SOCIAL WILL bo held TO-NIfiHT (1.5th iiistnnt) in the FREEMASON'S HALL, Moppctt-strcct, ADMIS8IOH, 3s. Per Couple. Dancing at 8.30 p.m. 433-1 The Annual Hospital FETE Will be held on j&...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE YANKO CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

THE YANKO CUTTING. i The following is the ofiicial gunge rending | at the Vanko Crock, across the cutting from i the Murrumbidgec River : — Mosth — ArRiL. Day. Date. Ft. in. Wednesday ... 3 ... 0 Thursday ... 4 ... 0 5 Friday ... S ... 0 4 Saturday ... G ... 0 3 Sunday ... 7 ... 0'2£ Monday ... »S ... O U Tuesday ... 9 ... 0 U JAMES E. COATES, Caretaker.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The Yanko Cutting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

The Yanko Cutting. Mr F. A. Byrne M.P. is in receipt \ of the following report of the depart mental officer who visited the work in company with Messrs Grant, Simson, Witcomba and Newton on 19th March: — , hi- ,.f i levels showing a comparison of the present work with the work done in 1893. The figures of the two periods, as given by Mr Campbell, are practi cally the same. Mr Campbell goes on to say: 'Between chainage 2420 and 2500j the work under operation ap pears to - pass through previously undisturbed ground, and this is -the point where the association represent that from 2ft. to 2ft Gin. of virgin soil has been removed in the middle of the cutting. This could not be so if the 1893 works were accurately carried out «nd I cannot find anything in papers or plans to warrant this assumption. The representatives also drew my attention to a paragraph in one of the local papers, where it was mentioned that the chairman of the 1900 commission had stated that no water had been diverted...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Station and Land Intelligence. [BY "JUMBUCK."] [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Stock Station an:i Lnn-3~ liileiliKeace. [Bvu JUMBrCK.*'] Stock passing. — 3G00 ewes from Oxlcy to Wagga, E. and W. Naughton owners, left Oxley on the 11th instant. Deniliquin — The following slock move ments were reported on 12i.Ii April: — 1817 merino wethers, from Moulamein to E. and W. Naughton, Pine Grove, Hillston ; 653 sheep, to the Chilling Works, Echuca ; 30 bullocks, frhm Victoria to J. Skcllcy, Mqira ; 30 bullocks, F. S. Falkiner ond Sons owners, to Victoria ; 360 ewes from Wargarn to D. Eraser. Deniliquin. Iri-.tbe Melbourne fat cattle market on Wednesday prime lieasts r.old at previous rates,' but 'on other sorts a fall of 10s per head was reported. The fat sheep market was dull with lower priccs ruling. Although there is now plenty of grass in the Young district Ihero is a great dearth of stock. A well-known dealer says thero have not beeu higher prices ruling for stores to-day i« 85 per c^-iit higher ih.m it- was five \-ears ago. A paragraph appeared in this paper a f...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Licensed Victuallers' Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Licensed Victuallers' Race CIiiSi. On Friday night the above club held a meeting at Tattersall's hotel. There were present : — Mr J. Dillon, (vice-president) in the chair, ami Messrs Robertson, Lawson, Jones, r* ? ? All. — TJ : ? Tl ? 1 ? v/uuj.ir., -n-uuiiu, oj.UJi.HA.il, Mclntvre, G. Horton, and the secre tary (Mr G. A. Miller). Correspondence. From Messrs R. Drummond, Lock liart, W. R. Holmes, G. Turner, (Booli gal) and J. Bott, jun„ (Deniliquin) asking for entry forms and pro grammes. Messrs F. 'W. Niven k Co.'s (Bal larat) printing account of £1 10s was passed for payment. Six new members were proposed and elected. The secretary (Mr Miller) reported that the improvements to the course would be completed by about Mon day. The grandstand and fencing had been painted, and the course now presented a good appearance. There was a balance of about £10 in hand after the present improvements had been effected, and any other little matter that required fixing up could come out of the bal...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

CSUftOH SERVICES. Church of Englanp. Tuesday l.Gth—Mectiiig of Syxiod. Special Service and President's Ad dress at 7.15 :p.m. Wednesday and Thursday — Mattius 7.30 a. in . Holy Comniunion 8 a.m., Evensong 7 p.m. Mondays-Friday' and Safcurday^t^ie. daily ofiices as usual'. Sunday — ll! a.m. jtfattins and Holy CoDirauniony, 7.30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon. I'RKSflYTEBIAN OlUBCil. Divine sorvico on Sund-vy next,' April 2l8t, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. . -Evening subject — ' Is there a porsonal Devil.'— Rev. U. Jennings. Catholic Churod. Mass will bo celebrated as follows : — Ifav, on Sundays at 8 and 1 1 a.m. Uooroorban, Wednesday, 24th April Oxley, Wednesday, 24th April Maude, Thursday, 25th April Wesleyan Chcbch. Sundav, April 21. — 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. R;v W. 'M'Callutn. S.i'jbath School at 3. Monday, Endeavour Meeting, 8 p.m. Thursday, Fellowship Meeting, 8 p.m. Friday, Choir Practice, S p.m.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hospital Fete Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Hospital Fete Committee. The above committee held a meeting at the Athenaeum on Friday night. There were present — Mr. H. B. Maclure (in the chair), and Messrs. Horton, Heyhoe, Myers, Waddle, Cummins OnHHnrrl Wnfonn Bostian, Valentine, Virtue. Green, R. Donohoe, Manifold, Swallwell, J. Donohoe, Stretton. Duncan, L. Dillon and F. Morgan. Apologies were received from Messrs J. Reid, H.-Wagland, T. Duggan and W. Lutterworth. Appointment of Committees. Finance Committee — On the motion of IJr J. Donohoe, seconded by Mr Swalwell, Messrs. C. Hidgcock. H. B. Maclure, G. Horton and J. B. White were appointed. Canvassing Committee — Mr Horton proposed that Messrs Maclure, J. Donohoe, C. Hidgcock and Rev. Mr Jennings be appointed. Seconded b}' Mr Duncan and carried. Printing Committee. — Mr J. Dono hoe proposed and Mr Dillon seconded that the printing, etc., be left in the hands of the Finance Committee. Car ried. [ Programme Committee. — Mr J. j Donohoe proposed and Mr Baxter seconded that M...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. London, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Tclegrapliic. (From the Dailies). London.. A.pril 10 The demand for reform is spreading rapidly in China, A memorial to the throne lias been drawn up by the pro vincial viceroys and governors specifying the reforms which they pray tli9 Emperor to uiJiiJeuiciwiy uccicc. Jhese include: — 1. The despatch of princes of the Royal family and leading nobles to travel and study in foreign countries. 2. The reorganisation of the army according to western methods. 3. The extension of colleges and schools. 4. The adoption of a stand ard dollar currency. Dr Morrison 'The Times' correspondent at Peking, com menting on the refusal of China to sign the Manchuria Convention with Russia ex presses the opinion that the powers have now a favorable opportunity of securing the recognition of Manchuria as an integral part of China, and that this recognition should be included in the general settle ment between China and the powers. Advices from St Peters burg state that the Royal Sacred Library of Moukde...

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 — 15 April 1901

CailjfOOrwife: We wanther ! ! To read this I The Sun Gloss for Linen. P P I 0 li, 3 d. No Mixing with Starch. - Mo Mess. ^ No Muddle. Used Dry. Always ready for use. Does not injure the most deli cate fabric. Makes Linen last longer, ' Imparts a lieautilul Ivory Lustre to Linen. Will teach Girls to iron a collar for a special occasion, as used by all fashionable LadieB in Sydney. Price, 3d. Used Dry. Any one can use it. No need for Laundries only to use. All Girls can learn to Iron with it. It is only 3d and well worth a trial. DO SOT LOSE 1'OllR CLOTHES THE SUN MARKIN8 INK. 6° No heating required. Will not wash out. Always ready for use. Tliis Marking Ink will save ? Puunds in Linen every I'ear. Mrs Willis, of Carcoar, says she saved £1 5s 6d in linen last year by using marking ink. PRICES, 64. To advertise our INKS we M'ili send Post Free on receipt of One Shilling a Rubber Stamp with yoftr name cut in the bestTubber aud a bottle of marking ink for stamping linen, or a bottle of o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

^CaUfornfa | I California Syrup of Figs ? .% ac:sos a perfect laxative should, - .J and refreshing the system without weaken- % ing It ; permanent])' airing constipation Jr- and its effects. Agreeable | preventives in season are much rarer ^ than belated drags. A healthy con- .a ditionoftheKidneya, Liver, andBowtis . is the strongest safeguard against Head aches, Racking Colds or Feveta. - ~'-S Mild and Sure ,| in action and absolutely free from ob- ' jectionable substances. Phyakaana re- ? | commend it A(illioiu bare fodad It ' „ ^ w-WHBUK. '.lUMUtai WIJtfjT H - nfiu1^ ladies find it o ideal oedicice ; bosy '9| men talce It ifeont inconvenience or discomfort. ^ Imitations and s&bvdtates are g%l . JH Look fiar ih? mine end trtie mark of the 151USOSS14 Pfd VK7*^y srsup CO, ^00^ -JiliH botde of the gccoin^ T tad* Mack. Of »U and 1/9 Del'-t:3»MtoaaiLMd-n.E.C. ' Stocked byEliiottBros,Sydney

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Narandera Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Narrsinderu Notes. The local Cycle Club are holding a ball on Wednesday, May 1st. A. large sale of township allotments will take place at Ganmain on the 25th instant. Messrs i . A. bmith and Co. and Barnes and Stinton are auctioneers, and Mr Lynam the vendor. Dr Watt informs us that Frank Rudd and Lieut. F. L. Learmonth are among the soldiers who are returning from South Africa. Lieut. Hulle and Mr Math ews represented the N arrandera Rifle Corps at Goulburn rifle shooting competition. Mr Hulle brought back a National rifle Association medal which is to be offered for competition among the local reservists. Nominations for the Narran dera Turf Club Handicap, Town Plate, and first Hurdle Race must be lodged before 8 p.m. on Saturday 20th instant. The Murrumbidgee Race Club have received 22 nomin ations for their Hurdle Race and 28 nominations for the Wagga Cup, run on the 24th and 25th iust. respectively. — 'Argus ' Wreck Of The Federal — The Government steamer Lady Loch returned fro...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Butter Factory at Hay. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Butter Factory at Day. The question of erecting a Butter Factory at Hay is one that should commn«id immediate attention at the liands of the public. That there should bo such a factory erected, is the unanimous opinion; therefore the time ? AO lij/e xui uiusc gciii/ieuieii wuu Jia-ve been for years advocating the erection of same, to test the question. Tlie fact that the butter supply for Hay weekly i* something over two tons should do away with the main objection, viz., Would the workB pay 1 The demand is ; assured, and with the surround- : ing Hay, fully three tons weekly' could be disposed of. Some people say — | Where are the cows ? We answer — i Let it be known that a Butter Factory = is to be erected here, and we venture to assert that ere the building is com pleted the cattle will be here. We have abundance of land close to Hay suitable for grazing purposes, and there is the irrigation area? Several | of the irrigationists inform us that : when they do grow crops there is no ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Church [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

Presbyterian Cliureli. A social was held last Friday even ing in the school-room of the Presliy ternian Church, for the purpose of wishing good-bye to Mr. Sub-inspector Johnston, who has been a most valuable churchman since his advent attendance, and several songs were sung by the members of the choir. Mrs. J. Johnston, 'The Bonnie Bonnie Hills of - Loch Lomond Miss Hews, ' The Better Land'; Mrs. Gibson, 'The Scottish Blue Bells Miss Bcveridge, ' Tlie Gift'; Mr. Gegg, 'The River of Years.'' JHiss Grant, ' Astliore Mr. Beveridge, a recitation, ' The Charge of the Light Brigade.' When the musical part of the evening was over, Mr. Jennings gave a short address. He said it did not surprise him that Mr. Johnston had been such a consis tent worker in the Church when he called to mind the pleasant intercourse he had enjoyed with Mr. Johnston's good old mother some twelve or thir teen yeara ago. In wishing him good bye, Mr. Jennings said his removal from Hay would bo their loss, but he cong...

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 — 15 April 1901

Sporting. TBy Sterling.! A Model Cricket Team. — Although' 1 the cricket team that, visited Naran- jl dera from Hay did not manage to de- W moiistrate their supremacy in that m branch of sport, it is worthy of note'' I that on ,the held they earned the warm approval of all for their quiet and gentlemanly behaviour. Cer- 3 tainly the younger members of the team were under the excellent influence' of their esteemed mentor, Mr Beve ridge, who as a genuine sportsman :nnd a courteous gentlemen was just the man for the position. When a . . . number of young fellows go away for a holiday, some latitede is generally al lowed them ; but while the visitors were in high spirits all the time, there was not a suspicion of uproariousness nor unseemly behaviour. On Sunday evening a noticeable feature at St. Thomas' Church was the attendance of nearly every member of the- team. When a visiting club thus conducts itself, it earns the respect of all, raises the tone of the game, and reflects the high...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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SOUTH AFRICA. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 15 April 1901

SOUTH AFRICA. London. Anril 12. The Capo Town correspondent of the 'Frankfurter Zeitung,' a daily paper published at Frankfortonthe Main, declares that De Wet is insane, and that his troops are threatening his life. He describes the position of the JJoers as desperate, xne raris 'Journal des Debats ' says that it is impossible for the Boers to gain any thing by continued resistance. ' The Times ' declares that there is no foundation for the story current in Cape Town that General Louis Botha has opened fresh peace negotiations with Lord Kitchener, and had another interview with the British commander in chief. Since his occupation of Pietersburg General Plumer has been engaged in clearing the Northern Transvaal of the enemy. Two hundred Boers have sur rendered to him, with thair live stock. The Boers have evacuated Smitsdorp, a few miles south of- Petersburg. 'The Boer leaders are applying the stverest coercion to their followers to prevent them from surrendering. General the Earl of...

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