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LADIES' COLUMN. ENGLISH LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

SADIES' COLUMN. ENGLISH LETTER. Most women will be pleased to note Dame Fashion's decision on the length of skiits. Evening dres9 skirts remain much the same as hitherto, long or half trains being the rule. The indoor after noon gowa iB made a little bit shorter than was the case two or three months ago. The greatest change is noticeable in those skirts intendod for outdoor or ordinary useful wear. Thes6 are made to escape tho ground by two or three inches, a sensible and convenient length for walking in, especially in the bad weather. Girls who are called upon to go out in all weathers will find the fashion of shorter skirts invaluable to health and comfort. There will bo less risk in tak ing chills, and Ibbs time expended in brushing and cleansing mud from the hem of skirts. This season's blouses are made with pouchy fronts. The backs and sides are | drawn closely to the figure. If the material of which the blouse is formed is ot fine texture and soft, it is arranged with tucks fr...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONCERNING LETTER-WRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

CONCERNING LETTER-WRITING. Every woman should have her writing table properly furnished with all requis ites for letters end notes. A great deal of time is wasted by untidy people who, when they want to write, have to look first for one thin?, then another, and finally produce a tiny inkstand containing a little dusty ink. You never know into whoso hands your epistle may fall, and it tells for or against you by the paper, the caligraphv, style. and neatness, or the reverse. A young girl may have her Christian name stamped in a fanciful wp.y on her paper, but her elders must forego that decoration to their paper if they want to be in good taste. The address on one side and crest or monogram on the other of the first page is all that is allowable. These must be either in white, black in case of mourning, or in one colour only. All fancy styles in stationery are ob jectionable, such as cards with little views and cock-robins on them, paper headed with flowers or having faintly traced s...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

HUMOUR. Papa thinks, sho said, shyly, that it is about time you were declaring your in tentions. Tell the old gentleman, he re plied, that I love you too much to marry you. The bride who giggles during the cere mony sometimes makes as good an all round wife as the bride who looks like a sad, sweet flower being plucked from the parent stem. Constant effort, you know, is always sure to bring success. Don't you believe it. I've been tryin' for ten years to get upBtairs. after comin' home from the lodge, without lettin' my wife hear me, but I ain't done it yet, and I don't ever erpect to at my time of life. Catch me proposing to a girl by letter. What makes you 60 timid ? Why, three girls in town have my framed proposals hanging up in their 4 dens/ I must admit, sAid the married girl, that I'm very fond of men's clothes. You don't like thom— do you? Yes, I do, replied the girl frankly, when there's a man in them. It strikes mo, said the first sensible man, I that Bryan wants the earth. ...

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 — 10 December 1900

|,U)R SAL12 — Young Cow, in full milk ; 1' very quiet. Ai'ply— MBS TOIH), Cliurcb-6;rvct, H iy. IU7tc Fi!R SALIC or TO LET-Lir^c ,vi 1 Com moilious Resilience mi the Irrigation Area. Apply to J. ANDIUCW, At tlii. olficc IIJANTIOD l-y elderly p-rson, situation rb I ! Hnuseliceper on etat ton or hotel ; tirfrt-elas* Cnok : fmi.l of children ; can teach. ANXIOUS, l'.O., H:iy, 75 Ic rpO LKT. — Coiurorl;il-li- linupe in Lichl.in 1 street, 5 moms, batli, waftii house, H altliy pcisiti..n ltent, Mt. All raten p ii-1. Apply, Mr^ WADDLE, Lachlsi—t.. near railway. ' 102 3 ICE. ICE ICE fJMUC WOnKS arc inw iu full wording ,-L''vTcw,:in lcl per lb by cwt Uoilcrtlie qnnrlcr l^tl P6F lb C nntry Onlers will receive jirntnut atten tion if accumjtnnirri with Cash. I14ic C. W. YORK, [fuy. Innioipil District of Hay. qilCKIIERS me invitc.1, ntnl will be re 1 eeiveil ut the Council Cllntnln-rR, up till 4 p in. on MONDAY, 17th DECEM BER, for THE GRAZING RIGHT OF THE WATERWORKS PADDOCK for TWELVE JIONT,-;S...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A River Fatality. A MAN BREAKS HIS NECK. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

A Stiver Fntuiity. A MAN BREAKS HIS NECK. I News arrived in town on Saturday that an old man named Andrew Anderson, employed iw a deck hand, fell down the hold of the river steamer 'William Davies,' Mr Peter Wester gard, master, on the morning of that day, and broke liis neck. The steamer was about six miles from Carrathool and proceeding up The circumstances have been re ported to the Coroner, but owing to the uncertain arrival of the steamer at Hay, the inquiry has not been defi nitely fixed. Mr Martin gave an order on Satur day afternoon for the burial of the unfortunate old man.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Irrigation Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

Tfre Irrigation Cases. One case against Arthur Hugh Hughes at the Police Court on Mon day, for rent of irrigation land was concluded in last Monday's issue. Two other cases also were heard against him. The second was for £7 5s Gd, for the use and occupation of the land from 1st January, to 30th June, 1900. The P.M. said he had no jurisdiction beyond six months, and he would give a verdict tor the amount, wincn was due from 2Gth May, being six months anterior to the date of information. He then ordered defendant to pay £1 7s Gd ; costs of court, 5s 6d ; and .£1 Is professional costs : issue of distress wan-ant to be postponed for two months. On the third information of the Hay Irrigation Trust, the defendant was charged, on summons, with being in debted to the Trust for water rates in the sum of £7 5s Gd from 1st January to 30th June. 190.0. Mr Leslie S. C. Robertson pleaded for defendant ' not indebted.' The P.M. ordered defendant to pay the amount claimed, together with professiona...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Back From The Wars Again. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

I- ..... r ??? . «ack From The - Wars Again [ - ? from tlie wars they come, With -trumpet-sound and drum, Across tlie rolling main, ?Australia's heroes true ! ; Australia welcomes you Back from the wars again. Back from the wars at lost I gin Safe from the cannon's blast, Safe from the leaden rain, sj;- For these their country's praise For these the Victor's bays, — v Back from the wars again. - But some may fight no more, j',. For they are wounded sore Or racked by fever's pain. . For these their country's care ; I j/ Honour tlie scars they bear i. „ Back from tlie wars again ! f And hearts are aching here, And falls the widow's tear, Who waits and weeps in vain t For in a distant grave r Sleeps many a soldier brave, Who comes not back again. tr Sleep well ! their country's pride, Who for the Empire died On Afric hill and plain. Australians, honour those Who fell with face to foes, And come not back again. But welcome those who come .With trumpet-sound and drum Across the rolling m...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Hay Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

The Klay Hospital The regular monthly meeting of the Hay Hospital committee took place on Thursday last There were present : Messrs. J. Johnston (president), Bar nett, Robertson, Alexander, Very Rev Father O'Connell, Julian, Virtue and Thompson. The only correspondence was a let ter from Messrs. York and Son inti mating that tlie3r were now prepared to supply ice, and it was referred to t.hp inmminrr v-ieif.irnr fr» deal with. Tlie lion, treasurer, Mr Julian, re ported the receipt of £115 19s 2d dur ing the month, in addition to £153 4s 9d Government subsidy. A portion of the latter sum had been transferred to the permanent subsidy account. Very Rev. Father O'Connell sub mitted the report of the visiting com mittee. During the month the hospi tal had been visited several times, and everything had been found very satis factory. There had been no complaints of any kind. Tlie visiting committee for the en suing month was appointed as follows: — Very Rev. Father O'Connell, and Messrs. R...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Speech by Mr. Seddon. ATTACK ON THE GOVERNOR OF FIJI. WELLINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

n | 6pcccli by Mr- Seddoii. Attack on the Govebxoii op Fiji. Wellington, Thursday. Addressing his constituents at xioki tika, Mr. Setldon claimed that the 'P: Government had last session made a reduction in charges amounting to a %£; million. The principal cause of in h-' creased expenditure was the South ? African war, in connection with which -£79,000 was expended. Speaking of J- 1 the proposal to annex Fiji, lie said that the remarks of the Governor of p Fiji, as reported in the 'Fiji Times,' ^ were most offensive, insulting, and un gv . trutlitul. with reference to tlie action I?' of New Zealand and the other colonies p in respect of the natives, he would in i- Hist that the Governor should prove Ins statements or retract and apologise. The d anger of these utterances was wa ? that they would alarm the natives as to the retention of their land, and K:.r' where that danjLrr might end they Bk could not at present see. It might |v have the effect of preventing Tonga K'r joining wit...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAYS OF LIVING. ROGUES WHO ROB THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

WAYS OP LIVING. ROGUES WHO ROB THE DEAD. The acme of despicable diBhoneBty is supposed to be attained in robbing a church. If this be so, next to it comes pilfering in the presence of the dead. There is something peculiarly repugnant in this form of annexation, and yet it is of regular occurrence. Everybody who has reached the age of reason knows of at least one case in point ; but only those whose business lies in the circles wherein dead .men s gold is dealt with have an adequate conception of the prevalence of the evil. It happens every day, somewhero or other, that no sooner is the breath out of a person's body than the sorrowing rela tions, or the dear, kind, charitable neigh bours begin to raid the house. If they know that the deceased has not left a will, their operations aro, of course, facilitated enormously. For who can say of a cer tainty what he or she possessed at the moment of death ? The callousness with which the whole thing is done is appalling. Some time since, a m...

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 — 10 December 1900

The Bea-cucumber— one of the curious jellylike bodies that inhabit the ocean ? can practically efface itself when iu danger by squeezing the water out of its i body, and forcing itself into any narrow | crack. - Printed in New South Wales. 1

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HAY PUBLIC SCHOOL C.C. GOES TO CARRATHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 December 1900

THE HAY PUBLIC SCHOOL CC. GOES TO CARRATHOOL. ("By D.J.T.") After a week of excitement and ex- pectation, conjoined with a strict ab- stinence from toffee etc. — with a view of saving the necessary 2s 6d — nine o'clock, Saturday morning saw the Hay Pub. School C.C. together with a goodly number of their juvenile sup- porters, snugly ensconced in our one-   train-a-day, en route for Carrathool,     there to try conclusions with the knights of the willow of the local Pub- lic School Cricket Club. The trip down was uneventful; with   the exception of that valiant and much belauded body of gentlemen "The Lads in Navy Blue," the only things that occupied much attention were sundry bottles of lemonade, ginger ale, etc., which speedily fell a prey to the thirsty throats of the youngsters. Arrived at Carrathool, the boys were enthusiasti- cally received and escorted to the scene of the struggle, by the Carrathool boys and their genial teac...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding. PROCTOR—WESTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900

Wedding. PROCTOR— WESTERN. On Tuesday afternoon a quiet, but pretty wedding, took place at ' Wen dourie,' Water-street, tbe residence of the bride's father, tho parties to the contract being Mr John J. Western, of Melbourne, and Miss Marion Proctor, second eldest daughter of Mr H. Proctor. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. J. Colwell. The bride, who was given away by lier father, wore a charming gown of white embroidered muslin, with yoke of tucks and insertion, graceful fichu round the shoulders and broad white satin sash. The costume was com pleted by a dainty spray of white flowers in her hair, and she carried a shower bouquet of ferns, flowers and feathery grasses. The bridesmaid, her sister, Miss Proctor, wore a white floral muslin, trimmed with narrow frills and rows of Valenciennes insertion ornamenting the bodice and skirt. Mr H. Proctor, brother of the bride, acted as best man. At tbe conclusion of the ceremony, the ' Wedding March ' was played by Miss Groube, and wed...

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 — 13 December 1900

Jewisllebv.— Stewart Dawson and Co. havo sent us a very beautifully printed pamphlet entitled 'Some Sen sible Suggestions ' containing illustra tions of a great variety of useful Christmas presents. See Advt. SANIM-'.R AND SONS KUCALYl' I EXTRACT. — According to reports of a gnat number of pliysieiuns of t lie largest professional standi ng, tliere (ire offered Eucalypti Extracts vliich poursa no curi - tive qiialitiea. In protection of tbe world wide fame of SANDKtt AND SONS' pie paratiou we publish a fo«i abstracts fiom these report*, which bear fully out that no reliance cat l.e placed in oilier pro li.cts :— Dr \V. B. Hush, Oakland, Fla., writes : It is sometimes difficult to obtain the genuine urticle (SANDEll AND SONS'). I em ployed different other preparations but they had no l berap. utic value *11.1 no effects. In one f»se l )ie effects wefe similar Io the oil cainnliora, Ihe objectionable action of which is well Uiinwn.' Ur II. B. Drake, .Portland Oregon *nvs : ' Since I b...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hay Athenaeum. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900

Hay Atlicuaniiii. A committee meeting was held on Tuesday, when there were present Messrs, J. Johnston (President), R. Chambers, W, J. Thompson. J Thacker E. Craddoek, L. S. C. Robertson, and G. A. Illidge (hon. sec.) Dr. TCrninowski was elected a mem ber of the management committee. The Treasurer's statement showed the general fund account to be £78 14s 6d, and the building tund 5s 5d. Accounts were passed for payment. The Fire Brigade Board wrote giv ing notice of intention to vacate on the 31st inst. The letter was received, and referred . to the building commit tee. The Court Forresters wrote that they would rent the small hall on the terms offered Mr. Byrne, M.P., wrote in reference to gazetting of new trustees by the Lands Department. The Mayor wrote asking the com mittee to decorate the Atheiueum dur iug Commonwealth inauguration fes tivities. Tlie letter was received but no action was taken. It was decided that in future the committee will meet on the first Tuesday after the...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Welcome to Trooper Kilgour. RETURNED FROM THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900

Welcome to Trooper Siilgoiir. RETURNED FROM THE WAR. | On Tuesday (per s.s. Sophocles) at j 7.30 a.m. another batch of returned 1 soldiers arrived in Sydney, and disem barked at Smith's Wharf, Miller's 1 Point, being received by a guard of 1 honour. They were conveyed in drags to the Victoria Barracks. Amongst ' the number is one Hay boy, viz., j Trooper R. W. Kilgour, of the Im perial Bushmen, who returned inva ! lided. A rumour was current in town that he was to arrive at Hay yester day afternoon, -and several went to the station to personally welcome him, but , there was no appearance of the woun ded soldier. ihe Mayor has iieen anxious to know when he would likely return, so that he could arrange a public welcome. Since writing the above the Mayor informs us that he has received a letter from Mr. R. W. Kilgour, follows : — ' Will be in Hay Friday, night.' Mr Miller is therefore arranging to give him a right royal welcome on his arrival. The Mayor has since informed us that the f...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900

JUNIOR CRICKET. A meeting of juniors was held last evening to -consider the advisability of sending a team to Narandera on Box ing Day. Mr. A. E. Cornish occu pied the chair. Masters T. Fallon, F. Skene, A. Byrne, P. Baker, and Mr. Cornish were elected a selection committee. Masters A. Ledwidge and R. Mateer were appointed to canvass the town for subscriptions to defray ex penses. Mr. Cornish was elected manager of the team, and Mr. Leslie S. C. Robertson hon treasurer. The following team was picked:— A. Byrne, P. Baker, G. Donolioe, J. | Kirkwood, G. Byrne, S. Brandon, F. Skene, T. Fallon, B. Keast, R. Mateer J. Squires, and W. Meakes. Emer gencies. — A. Ledwidge and C. Schade. Each member of the team is to give 2s fid towards the expenses of the trip. The Narandara team will be chosen from the following : — A. Lynch, R. Hodge, W. Hyland, V. L. Varnett, J. Wilesmith, C. Glasgow, H. Podmore, ' L. Clout, F. Hyland, J. Cambourne, j W. Ashton, J. Harrison, G. Mac kenzie, A. Adams and B...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. HAY C.C. V. WARADGERY C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900

Cricket. HAY C.C. V. WARADGERY C.C. The above match was resumed and concluded on Wednesday afternoon on tho Oval. The weather was feai-fully dusty, and the players on both sides experienced great discomfort. Those enthusiasts who ventured out were re warded by seeing some good cricket, j The game resulted in a win for the i Waradgery by 51 runs, aud they de serve praise for their splendid uphill I victory. The Hay team batted with j seven men — Kemp, Cornish and God dard being absent— which might have altered the result, but we think not. R. Darchy played brilliantly for top score (31); Illidge and Julian, with 18 each, gave a good display ; while Shields, Beveridge and Fowler played correct cricket. W. Gibbs, who bow led unchanged against a strong wind, was signally successful with the ball. The fielding of the Waradgery was splendid. The following are the scores : — Hav— 1st Innings ... ... 143 Waradgery— U I Innings .. 51 Waralgkky— 2ml Innings. Harrison, cDurcliy, bjuliun... ......

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900

Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. i.V ADDITION TO THE Many awards received in Public Competition is tbe Appreciation Shown by the Isssuc oi a Eojal Warrant to Supply Boomerang Brandy To tbe Households of H.M. The Queen, Prince of Wales, and the Duke of York. T. O. WILLIAMS COMPANY, The Manufacturers of ' Welcome Nncget,' ' Victory,' and ' Diadem' Brands GUARANTEE tbe ' Wealth of Nations' Brand, To be HADE of the HIGHEST GRADE AMERICAN LKAF TOBACCO. ? ? ' Wealth of Nations' is Worthy of a Trial. ? A Waterbury Keeps Time. TIMJE IS MONEY! THEREFORE— A WATERBURY WATCH WAKES IHOKEYj. KKLJAHLE, ACCURATE AND LOW PRICED. -28 ? 1 S. HOFFNUNS&CO. AGBXrS,LE Sydney & Brisbane THE HAY WOOL & SKIN GO. LACHLAN-STRKET, HAy, G. II. COTTBELL (Auctioneer) Liberal Cash Advances ! rttfiMGRisaS Estates, House Property or Town Allotments. Live Stock, Furniture and Effects, Wool, Siicepskius, auJ ail Stutiou Producc, On Hand for Sale or Hire. Waggon*, Sulkies, Drovers' Plants, Harness, Hor...

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 — 13 December 1900

Sporting. [Bv Stebling.] The hon. set. of tlie Licensed Vic tuallera' Cricket Club writes that all | tlie players in the matcli on Saturday last were bona-fide members — and not as stated in 'Heard Round About' column that tho Maude cricketers were dissatisfied because of playing against j outsiders. On the contrary, the Maude cricketers were well pleased with the match. An effort is being made to raise a pigeon match for an early date. Mr. Harrison, tlie hon. sec., I understand, is moving in the matter. As a response to the appeal of the sub-cofnmittee of the newly-formed Licensed Victuallers Race Club to solicit subscriptions, about £50 has been collected. Horseowners are reminded that nomi nations for the Carrathool Jockey Club and Howlong Handicaps, to be run at the Carrathool Meeting on New Year's Day,' close with the secretary, Mr. J. Nelson, to-morrow niglit (Fri day). The Austral Wheel Race Carnival was advanced another stage last Satur day afternoon. Of the fifteen riders w...

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