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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

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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 — 29 November 1900

Scicut iBi1' It slfctfictly Re 1 ie io n b and Pliiloso* ^sTOM^feb^ie'Plvc1io»mrmQnic Society ^^^^CT j-8 «iV^itfon -to the Healing of the B CO^ »li^ Bick ^^^^lo^uci^ia'rid Prices ( ?v*^r ^.acir';' -.,'v- ' | ^Pianos [ ?\- — AND — f i ? ©rgans. £ V N icholson & Co. can I E ) do MORE for you 1} 'j than any other firm ^ ; i in Australia, whether ^ ?;i for Cash or on Time |i Payment. ' j; i| ® & | t/ Write to \( |icliolson&Co.j |gr-=»-^;.L_ — j.... SET'Bff. WAUGH'S. : 'The day *4« young and not Lir spent,©1 A« through the busy streets there went o fume), m I V~-3«&ring slolt the welMcnowo name— ; .;'? «db. wadgh-s.' 1i:' ? bright, liia forai upright t I ' famed (or Cukea and Pb»— |N V ;- . «DB. WAUGHV Nor enow, nor lee, were eeen about, i Ai Jnstl'y ttut youth did thoot i :? 'IfScking Powder job noaid choose, S A-ud nut know which the beat to use, i .4 OBT 'OB. WiUOH&.' * * MjCNxlarl' a tnUdeould, 'Oh stay I ' And Ml me | wbeo I cook to-day \ytiat...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

1'y Tkai.n. Ounbar and Hillsfe^n, via. Carrathool, mive Monday, \Vei\ »cjiUy, and Friday, 5.15 p.m.; close Tueidiy, XhurVJay, and ^ jfSiturday, ti.'SOa.ni. ^ way «t-»tio:i, Whittou, Nar.indem, Coola tnon, Junen, \\rAj»ifa Waggi, Albury, T.P.O. (Ne-. S, south). Sydnej'. Melbourne arrive daily except Su idny. 5 I.j p in ; cloaca d;.i y except Sunday. S. 20 a.m. Jeriidjrie, arrive Pussiliy, Thnra.laV an^ Situr»l.»y, ii. 15 p in ; closed Tiii^Jay,* Thurs day and S.vtui*day, S 20 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
HAY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. By COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

IIAY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DHI'ARTUUE OF WAILS. ' liv OdACMl'.S. i j Gunbar. arrivis SuiTdfly^ mill Thuixlny, j '- pin.; closes Wediusiay ami Saturday, 7.IVJ u.m litiragaliah ami Oorrntig, ariive Monday, I 5 p.m. ; closes Smulny only S b.iu I JStmlh Side, Darlington i'oint, arrive Suiid.jy, We'hmfi'hiy and I'Vid«y, 5 p in,; | closcs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, I 7. SO a.m. | 1» 'oroohan, Wanganella, Prcltv Piue, Octiiliqnin, Melbournt', arrive daily (*;Xcrpt Mon«lu\)7 a ui.; closcs daily (except Suit day), 5.3U p.m. ; Holiart (Tas ), .3 p.m. Muudc, Oxlcy, K*Uanald, VVentworlh, ariiv« 'J'uesday, Tluirs'iay anil Saturday, 7 u.m : close Tue Timrsday atid unlay, (J p.m. % lioolig'it, ]-el'-cih, One Tree, arrive Mmi d ly, Wcdues lay and Friday, 0 p,m. 5 C^(1®P TiiCMlay, Tliur.-day and Saturday, 0 p lif . Moss^iel and Ivmilme, Wednesday alid Fr.duy, G p.m.: close Tuutday. Thureday atnl Siturday, 0 p.m. * Hillston, arrive Friday, G p.tu,* clos©^ Tuesday anl Saturday, 0 p.m . - ^

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Banquet at Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Federal Uiinqiict sit Biillnirst. Mr Edmund Barton was en tertained at a dinner at j Bathurst on Saturday evening. The gathesing was organised in recognition of the services ren dered by the guest in the cause of Australian union. Mr I Barton made two speeches. | One was in response to the j tuaat of his health and the other in acknowledgment of the toast of 'The Common wealth,', which was submitted by the Attorney-General. Iu l\is first speech Mr Barton said that the governing party in the Commonwealth ought to be a federal party. Of course there must be party action. The Constitution was a people's measure if eveV there was one in the world. The question then was whether the people would stand idly by and allow any question or shibboleths to be raised to prevent the friends of union fighting for the union while its enemies were still alive and vigilant. He was very anxious indeed, if they had to fight, to see some com mon ground established upon which those who had been shoulder t...

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 — 29 November 1900

J. T S A 0 X E a, TAILOR. Twenty y ultra « xp- rlenrc ift a. Tailor in jL) d 01 mi I the Co!otiiefl, H'ch-ciftBS Tnilorfng at City Piices, OjipoBite P.O., HAY. &3tf

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Commonwealth. London, Nov. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Tlic CoininonwcaUIi. London, Nov. 26. The Natal Government has accepted the invitation of the New South Wales Govern ! ment, and will be represented at the ceremonies incidental to the inauguration of the Com monwealth in Sidney at the New Year. Sydney, Monday. The vexed question of the route of the procession has been finally arranged. There ^ is to be no doubling back upon , the route originally mapped I out. The procession will con- j sequently turn into Park-street ; from George-street, and by i way of College-street enter [ Oxford-street, 011 its way to j the Centennial -park. In view of the decision of' the Premier to limit the ex- 1 penditure 011 the four arches ' to be erected on the route of the procession to .£2,000, the decoration committee has con siderably modified its plans, and brought down the estimate of the cost of each arch from .£1,200 to £500. This reduc tion lias been accomplished by abandoning the fine decorative work on the small arches flank ing the main str...

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 — 29 November 1900

CRICKET. ; HAY C.C. V. AVARADGERY CO. : * The second premiership match, be tween the above clubs was con tinued on the Oval on Wednesday - afternoon, in tta presence of a goodly number of spectators. The play was decidedly of the right kind to witness — a nice mixture — collapse, good bow ling, good batting. The. weather was perfect. Messrs. W. O. Hanlon and D. M'Kinnon filled the responsible position of umpires, and their judg ment was tested 011 several occasions, with the usual satisfactory result. The official scorer, Mr T. Drury was, like a true enthusiast, at his post. The state of the game 011 resuming was ; — Hay, 1st innings, seven wickets for 87; ! Kemp (17), Illidge (3), being the not out men. For some reasoni Kemp was absent, and Shields accompanied II lidge to the creases. The two batsmen detied every effort to dislodge them, and carried the score from 87 to 143, by means of aggressive batting. Of the addition added (56), Shields com piled 31, when he rose one in close*...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Burial of Sir John Moore. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Burial or Sir John Moore. A writer in the Melbourne 'Leader' thinks that Wolfe received the key-note for his famous ode on the burial of Sir John Moore from the fol lowing, supposed to hive been written in 10:10, being one of the oldest known poems in English verse bv an American colonist : — Ill'llJA), OF A I'lLUUlM J-WniBM !X amkhii-a. We anxiously hollowed tho frozen prnund, And heaped up this lonely harrow. Fur the Indian lurked in the woods around, And we feared his whistling arrow. When the surf ojj the sea beach heavily h:»at, 'When the hivoze in the wilderness muttered. We deemed it tho coming of hostile feet. Or a watchword cautiously uttered. Above frowned the gloom una winter's And around the thick snow was I failing ; And the winds in the dreary branches i did grieve, Like spirits to spirits calling. As we looked on the spotless .snowy shout, O'er tiie grave of our brother sweep in?, ] t seamed Ut us ;tll an emblem meet Of him beneath it .sleeping, .As we gazed, we forgo...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Travelling Steck Routes and Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

jjlilil^f^liiig Stock Routes* Reserves, ^^-rom^lie W agga Advertiser) iililfee'Sleed of legislation in j^owieclnpn with the stock B-OUtes. and reserves of the pDolony lias long been recognised P^Wliatever may be the spread of j Agriculture in New South Wales, the pastoral industry will be dominant for genera tions to come, and the iinpor- ! tance of preserving facilities for ' travelling stock should not therefore need to be dwelt on. j An important element in the ' -?: success of both sheep and cattle ' breeding is that routes should j p4)e kept open for shifting stock p from one part of our territory . to another, and also providing j for the wants of stock from ] Queensland travelling through | r: New South Wales' to market. This necessity was at an early ' ; ' stage of our history very liber- 1 ally provided for. It may be, ' indeed, that the too great liber ality of the provision ha.s had much to do with the evils in connection with the matter which have now' to be com plained ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Water Conservation. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Water Conservation. Amomj the many questions that oc cupy public attention, there are few, if any, that are of greater importance than that of water conservation, and it appeals to the jK'ople of the interior of the colony as perhaps 110 other -juts» tion does. Of all the wants of the back country, there are none which are of such vital iuterest and so far pearhingin their effects as a full supply supply o£water,{he poss&Oitic ? of th'ise J dtetricts's^ve j-^yond {compute. j|gi pOrtant.as^a supply ofgifusp is*to«.$lgev sSbekovffiSr, water transcends ifcpfor with the latter there need be little fearjbout thV'fornier, while without it grass is of little use, and in fact . becomes danger. .....For many ye^vs.. this imporiant^'esfcigri has been -'d^v cussed from almost every standpoint; _but the result Aias been that the colony, is little further -advanced through ; this agency than it wa^a_quarter of , a century ago. Schemes of various kinds have been propounded, and. large sum...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Tlic X«w Wiitc.- Siipiily. 'VV 15 congratulate the- Council on its adoption of the scheme iov the improvement of the water-supply which took place at a special meeting held on ; Monday night last. The scheme il- will be remembered ' was' 'the ' one recommended by Mr. Pridham, assis tant engineer for water supply, win during the month of August last visited Hay, and after inspecting the obsolete and inefficient plant and the available sites for new plant roportul on 44 the unfavourable position of t-ljp present pumping station,' for tbp reason that it was too near Uii» center of population to be free from contami nation by drainage ; that tiie suction pipe was too far from tho river, and that there was not sufficient ro;jm above flood level for any extensi(|p of the present plant. These reasons given by a practical man of lengths* experience are .sufficient t-- prove that steps .should at once be taken to briw£ about the desired remedy. When in addition to this, the experience 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
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Szwrfing. [Bv Stkkuno.] A meeting of the Cricket Council was held on Tuesday -evening at ' Sadler's Perseverance Hotel, wlien 1 there were nine members present. | There was a tremendous amount of talk, but no business done, with the exception of adopting thecCunstitution. The Licensed Victuallers have re ceived an invitation to visit Maude next Saturday week. It is most probable that the challenge will be accepted. A challenge having baen thrown out by C. Wynne to run Frank Darehy 120 yards for £b, I am informed that the latter has accepted, and that the race will take place in about a fortnight's tim*. Darehy accepts on condition that the race is rqn in the park oval, but we believe Wynne doe* not \yani to run in public. If the two can lj3 brought together, we are sqre a nt interesting contest will -«usuu ?lack Fitv.mauriee, owner, trainer and jockey uf the hurdler Falcon, is getting his chestnut into nick again. At the last Hay annuals Falcon won the hurdles, and in Victoria was v...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hay Police Court Wednesday.—Before the P.M. DRUNK AND BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Hay PoHee Court Wednesday. — Before the P.M. DnuN'K and Bad Lanoi a^h. James White, laborer, for being drunk in Lachlan-street on Tuesday night, was arreted by Con liable . Lang^ -rd, and fined 1-s.. or the rising of the court. | John Daw laborer, arrested bv Con- : stable Nisbet, was fined Is., or the rising of the court, 0:1 the same charge. , The latter, for using indecent lan guage, wa- fine I l^.s., or seven days. The fines were paid

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

V, THK WKATIfKR. ' , Nov. 25— MonsQon.il depression tardily advaiiL-jji^, briiij;ij)^ ibomjery sho»crs geturally, shorlty eh sb' and 'sultry. for the time betn^, northciiy \viuds.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE YANKO CUTTING. HEIGHT OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

— ftiB- YA-tfiftf -KJ1TIS-1. *' ' HEIGUT (F Watkr* Ti;e f .ilb'tvino U t.hy oDij'hI ijriil'P at1' i fie 'Y-tf^O' C'refk, ricrojis t-«e 'lie. Mwrowbidgfle .Rire* — ,'J - ' '--^-AUu t*i. N. vender, ~ 'D.»y ' - D»te . - fi.-^in, \Ved'.esd»jr~L:_^t .' : ^ 3-V3i; Thursday 2'1 3 5A ^IWUy :? 23' 'r ' ¥ '.«? -'SiTurd y 2t ' '- o Oj Sund»y 2j;. ?. i , ,0 ... 34 JkJ/^jJay 20- . i.' 6 * 2| Ta««ilay, 27 -5 Q' ?' r jAMrs'E ? Goates C ** e.' nkor '

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Under The Roof-Tree. "From grave to gay—from lively to severe." THE OLDEST DRESS IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

Under Tiie Hoof-Tree* ' From grave to gay — from lively txi severe.' (By Debohaii.) Tin; Oldest I)j?ess 2X tijk WoRLDi ANHiat is probably the oldest dress in the world has been described by a French traveller1%i Japan. It be-* longed to an Empress of that country i who lived in the thirteenth century, I and it has been preserved all these j years in a temple in Yokohama, where ! the priests exhibit it. It is kept in an | old coffer, and shrouded in white silk. , The robe, or robes, for there are seven of them, are a diaphanous mass, crumbling at the edge* with decay. The material is crape or some flimsy stuff. It- is made with a long train, pagoda sleeves, and a high collar like a Medicis cuff. The upper layer was once white, and is now the color of ivory, embroidered with flying birds. Then come layers of silk muslin — yellow, blue, violet, old gold, and green, on which seemed scattered strange animals all in flight. The last layer which touched the body of the long dead Empress is...

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 — 29 November 1900

lira^ ^]id Journal 'pf^-^ter Couseivatiw' rilBLISUED AT UAY EVERY MONDAY- & THUBSDAy,. ir^ Omiics Honoratc . Fnitcrnihttm DiVujUe - , p-nm- 2'iuwtCi fiegein . ffonorate . :? _? Thursdav, ]Stovembj:r 29, 1900.

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 — 29 November 1900

AN« st^ lyqOALYH.i' JS^RAp'T.-rrAcporiling to reports of a ' grent number of physicians of i!ic Iurj»e8t I professional tlicre. are olfcred j Eucalypti Extracts which pos^-ss no eum» ( tivo qualities. In pro'ectlon of the worhl- , ivitlc fame Qf S^Nl)J2lt ^Nl) pic? ' p.iration we pqMish a fc v nUstrncte from these report'! which tinur fully out that no relialicrc.it l-c plucc-l ill other pro li.i'ts : — Dr YV. 15. llufeh, Ouklaml, writes : It is sometimes riiftioult to oUsijn the genuine article (SANDEIl AND SONS'), I c:it' ployed difTtrrnt otbor preparatiana but thisy hail no tharopcutic value iiiul no otrects. lit one o^sc the effeots were similar to lite oil i camphora the 'hjectiotmhlc nciinn of which is well known.' I)r M. 11. Dr.ik-\ l\.rthoi.l Oregon, pnys : 'Since 1 becamo iicgn:unt«--l with this ration {.SAN'DfSJl AN1-| SONS') I useil nn other lorm of cncilyptus as 1 think it hy fur the best/' Ur L. P. 1 Pieeton, f.,y»chbur|»h, Va.» writes : 'I, never live any preparation o...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL AND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 29 November 1900

WOOL AND STUCK' UE POUTS. Th-Siock Inspfi'Adr' at -Ray reports:— i 20Ct' ewep, To'j^imbje to MuUerygoiig and I Rc.dil'j Point, Mrs C. Campbell and E. | TVr you-ncrs, parsed on 2J?th ; 5 ranis Car- i rathovl'to Wargain, pas«e I on 29 h ; 10) ' strong woolled laoisfrotn IlIillaw^toM Mint j Gippt s'ation, via Albury, Melbourne aud j Adelaide to Uroken Hill. Wag^a.— Passings for the wrck en ling ! Tucsibiy:— S7 catil-, S Lcannontli, Sou'h ! Beriy .Jt'ny to Hurra, via Wa^ua aud Tum- j baruiuba, E. l«uros in cli irye ; 3S0 fat croos* ! bictl sheip, Waideruii-I Wal ler, Mundow y I to Me'buurne. via The Uock by Kail, T. . Gow it; clurgi* ; 00 r..m«, Uni n Hank, | Uardry to Mangop^b, via The ltock by | rail ; »J5 wethers, 0. FraunfeMer, D.iona to i Albury ; 12*20 merino ewvs and rants, A. I CVuife', Clear Hilli to Ariah, via Te:nora, J owuer in charge ; 1251) fit weth-ts, Walder I a-i'l Walder, Mittmong to A'bury, via I Yer-Hi» liy rail; 74 horses and mire*, i (viei.fell to Wodonjja. via Wag...

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