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CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
UHCUCil SERVICES. pRKSBYTERIAN ClIURCH. HAT. Sunday next, Dec. 16 — Divine Service It a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Evening subject — '? What tiiiuk ye.' Rrv. R Jeuninvs^ Weslktin Chukch Hay, Der. 16—11 a.m. aud 7-30 p.m., Rev. Jjs. Colwell. Sabbath School, 3 p.m. Monday : Endeavour Meeting at 8 o'clock Thursday : Fellowship Meeting at 8. Friday : Choir Practice. Chcrcu of England, Hav. Tuesday, 7. *10 p.m., Spoci d Service of Preparation fur Confirmation of Candidates Wednesday, 8 p.m., Conffrmation by the Bishop of Riverina ; 5 p.m. G.F.S, Associa tion. Thursday, 8 pm, Monthly Meeting. Dcc, 10 — 11 a.m , Matius, Holy Com munion and Sermon ; 7.30 p.m., Even song and Serinon. Country Services— Sunday— Oxley, morn ing, afternoon and evening. Monday- Nap Nap. Tuesday— Canoon. Catholic Chcrcii. \ Mass will be celebrated as follows— Hay, on Sundays during tummur, at 7.3J and K) a.m, Oxley, on Thursday, 13th December. Maude, on Friday, 14th December.
Hay Grammar School. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
llay Grammar School. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES. The Christmas breaking-up and dis tribution of prizes of the Hay Gram mar School was held this afternoon, when the following awards were made : Class I — Eileen Camper, 1st; Ethel Walker, 2nd. ? Class II — Mollie Andrew, 1st ; Lilian Jennings, 2nd. Class III — Turil Andrew, 1st ; Jes- j sie -Gibson, 2nd. ? ' ; Class IV — First prize not awarded ; Enid Russell and Marjorie Bruce, 2nd ; Elsie Webster, 3rd. Class V — Naida Russell aud Wil liam Martin, 1st ; Frederick Martin, 2nd ; Allan Bellamy, 3rd. :
The Federal Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
The Federal Tariff. : The magnificent demonstration held in the Free trade interest in tlie Sydney Town-hall on Monday evening last will act as a bugle call to all freetraders to rally round the Free-trade banner, so that the protectionists who for tricks that are mean and ways that are dark are somewhat like the heathen Chinee, may not trail that flag in political niiid, and set up in its place the protectionist emblem of low wages and sweating. That this will be attempted is abund antly evident from the utterances of Messrs. Baetox and Wise, who plead that the settlement of this .question should be left to the Federal Parlia ment, and also from the meetings of pro tectionists which have recently taken place, and at which a federal tariff was suggested — these ' suggestions ' to be handed to the Federal Treasurer — that is if he happens to be a protec- ' tionist. Mb. Alfred Deakix, of Victoria, is pleading for an 'Aus- tralian tariff,' which is simply a catch word and a substitute ...
TRUCKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
TRUCKINGS. | Chap. Hid-cock reports that he will be I consigning to-morrow morning to Harria m, Jones and Devlin Ltd, fur sale, in Sydney next Monday, on account of Mr W, J, Campbell, 1700 prime woolly wethers. R. C. M 'Kinney and Co. report having consigned to W. Inglis and Co., of Sydney, two tracks of burses on account of Mr Jas. Donohoo.
WOOL AND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
rtOOL AND STOCK REPORTS R. C. M'Kiuney and C-i. re ort, by I private sale, 10 head draught hcrses, wag ' gitu, harness, txrpxtiVia, rope.«t etc., on ac count of Mr Eil. Pocock, West Hay, to Mr Geo Rotledge, at owner's spot ca*h reserve. The Australasian Mortgage aud Agency ; C--, Ltd,. John Bridge and Co, Ltd,, Harrison. Jonc«6 and Devliu Ltd., Hill, | Clark and Co., Pastoral Finance Association Ltd , and Winchconibc, Carson aud Co. Lt-t report : — Wool —The sale« of the past week have been important in^two rMp- c s, lirat owing to the fact that the amount offered has been the largest of the seasou so far, am! secondly in regard tn the excellence of a large proportion of the wools brought forward. The market has remaiued firm and unchanged at late rates, and very satis* facto»y clearances have been effected. Al together 33 594 bales hive been offered, aud the sales totaled 29,543 bales. The high est figu eof the week in tbe greasy scction was 10£d (an advance of $d on the previous r...
SYDNEY STOCK MARKET. [By TELEGRAPH] Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
SYDNEY STOCK MARKET. [BY TELEGUAPH.] Sydney. Monday. Messrs Wilkinson and Lnvender tele Eraph as follow Sheep. — S,000 sheep forward : murket very brUk, and prices fully Is better. We soil for T. L. Le-ir. month. 96 merino tiethers, 12s 51 ; for Danninhral station, 101 merino stagj, Us; 41 d»tto, 10s ; for Estate W. Bowen, 104 crossbre I wethers, 13s SI : 122 ditto, 13s 2d to 13s 6d ; 73 ditto, 12s 3d ; 2G ditto, 12s 9.1 to 12s lOd ; IL ditto, 11 ditto, lis 4d ; 23 merino wethers, 12- 9d ; 25 ditto, lis 2d. Cattle — 1153 c.Utle yarded ; market weaker and market 5s to 10s lower. Thursday. CaitV. — 1200 ca I tie were yarded, mar ket w«8 a^aiu lower to-day. Sheep. — 33,000 sheep Mere peuned, market very brisk and piices exceedingly good. We sold f .r Eftore. J Simpson, 300 wethers at 13s C 000 ditto at 13$ Id ; for T. C' ' Is. 350 »' e'liers at 12s 6 48 dit'o ai 1U Id ; f. r Esi« ta W, Huweti. 180 cross hr«»d w» ther-. I3s Id t ' 13- 21 150 do , 12s Id; 34 lis 8d, f.rJ.I. Reid ; 220 we...
BY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
I'y Train. Ouubar and Hiliston, via Carrathool, arrive Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 5 15 p.m.; close Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 8.20 a.m. Carrathool, Britigagee, Darlington Hail way station, Whitton, Narandera, Coolu. mon, Juuee, Wagca Wagga, Albury, T.P.O. (No. 3, south), fcjydnoy, Melbourne arrive daily except Sunday. 5.15 p.ni. ; closcs daily except Sunday,' 8.20 a.m. Jeriiderie, arrive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 5. lop m.; closcs Tuesday, Thurs day aud Saturday, 8.20 a.m.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
Our (Argus) announcement that the selection of Mr. E. Barton to be iirst Australian Premier was for practical pur poses an accomplished fact, was ' j o l coisoiuteiy conu auicieu, and is now generally acquiesced in. Mr Barton and Mr. JJeakin, who have been in constant in tercourse, direct and indirect, of late, have beenarrangingpre liniinaries, and the policy of the first Administration has been sketched out, and other arrange ments which could not be post- ? poned have been duly advanced. if this were not the case, the Commonwealth could not be brought into existence on the 1st. proximo. Of course as every step taken is informal and anticipatory, thegentlenien concerned can only meet ques tions with denials, which so far as the letter is[; concerned arc sufficiently true, but this docs not alter the real situation.
DISTRICT COURTS AND QUARTER SESSIONS. THE FIXTURES FOR 1901. QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
DISTRICT COURTS AND QUARTER SESSIONS. Tue FisruBEs foe 1901. OuAaTER Sessions. Hiy— Saturday, 23rJ February Saturday, 20th July Uillslon. — Tuesday. 19th February Tuesday, lGth July Friday, 25th October Naraodera. — Thursday, 28l b February Thursday, 2oth July Thursday, 31st October Deniliquin. — Wednesday, 23rd January Wednesday. 19ih June Wilcannia. — Tuesday, 26th March Tuesday, Gth August Tuesday, 3rJ December Wentworlh. — Wednesday, 31st July Weduesday, 27th Novembe DlisTKICT Courts. Hay,— Saturday, 23rd Fel ruary Saturday, 20th July Monday, 28th October Hiliston. — Tuesday, 19th February Tuesday, lGih July Friday, 25th October Marauders. — Thursday 28th February Thursday, 26th Ju'y Thursday, 31sl October, Batraneld. — Friday, 18th January Friday, 14th June Ddniliquin.— Thursday, 24th January Wednesday, lOlli June Thursday. 3rd October Wilcannia. — Tuesday. 26th March Tuesday, 0th August Tuesday, 3rd December Wentworth.— Wednesday, 31st July Wednesday, 27th November
Lake Cudgellica. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
Lake Cudgcllicti. Harvesting operations are completed most of the crops having been cut for hay, and, ;is there is more hav in the district than will l-e required locally, sonic of the farmers are looking upon Mount Hope as a market to get rid of anv surplus thev mav have. The crops that were stripped yielded better than was expected ; .*U bags will l-e about the average. Mr Thomas, inspector of pnblie schools, visited here and inspected the school on the 1 9th and 20tb of last month, and Mayview school on the 21st. A hlackfellow named Jimmy (better known as cranky Jimmv, king of , Narradhan) died at Wooveo station on ?Saturdav evening last. The deceased was a very old man, supposed to be over one hundred vears of age. He was king or chief of the tribe of blacks who resided in this locality. He re menilx'red Major Mitchell coming down the Laclilan River, the first white man lie ever saw. — Correspon- ; dent ' Spectator/'
Poisoned in the Haryest Field. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
Poisoned in Hie Harvest Field. During the progress of stripping wheat in the harvest field, the air in the immediate vicinity of the machine, when in work, is usually clouded witli dust rising' from the crop. So far, beyond the inconvenience of having to breathe tins dust-laden air, no ill-effects have lw?en experienced by farmers in the locality. A singular case resulting fatally has, however, occurred near Nathalia. A man named Robert Devine was last week engaged stripping on his father's farm at Baulkamaugh. On Tuesday last Devine experienced a nasty irritation in the gullet, and his neck and throat developed symptoms of most acute inflammation, which rendered the sufferer unfit for work. The man did not attach any serious importance to the trouble, but on Friday he had become so ill thai l-r. F. »). Keyes, of Nathalie, was sent for, and pronounced Devine's condition to be extremely critical, intimating that 1 he might be choked. Early on Sun- j day morning the doctor was summone...
Affairs in China. LONDON, Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
Affai s iu €Iiiiiu. [ London, Dec. 10. j Tlie movements of the Chinese Court are still involved in a good deal of mystery. The palace officials at Pe I king have already reported that tlie f Court would leave Singan-fu on the j 12th inst., and journey by easy stages to reking, and that the Emperor would enter the capital when the negotiations with the allies were on the eve of a successful conclusion. Consistent reports arc now in circu lation amongst the natives at .Shanghai that the Dowager, far from returning to Peking, is retiring on Chingtu, the | capital of Che inland province of I Szechuan. It is announced Chali Chili Sung, , the Viceroy of llupeh and Hunan, I whose headquarters are as Wuchang, ! on the Yangtse, has invited the Em peror Kwangsu to visit Wuchang. It is understood that the object of ; the Viceroy iu arranging the visit is to | try and destroy the influence at Court j of Li Hung Chang. M. Pichon, the French Minister at Peking, has warned Prince Ching, one ! of t...
Booligal. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
Booligal. The Booligal Jockey Club are hold ing their annual race meeting on the 2 1st inst. We arc not going to allow the Com monwealth to be inaugurated without some sort of celebrations. So far it has been decided to hold a pic-nic on New Year's Day with a social in the evening. There is talk of a cricket match, Booligal v. the Country, for Boxing Dav. On Monday morning last before day light a beautiful duststonn visited us. Being rather a close night most of the people had their doors and windows open, and before they could realize what was happening the rooms were covered with dust. You can hardly imagine the disgust of the house- ; keepers when going round the houses at daylight iu fact in some cases I j heard that very nasty things were said ' about the clerk of the weather. Heavy j wind accompanied by dust blew all day , Monday. — Correspondent 'Spectator.' I
A Method of Securing a Perfect Fit for a Ready Made Collar. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
A method of Securing a Per fect Fit for a Ready Hade Collar. ' Select a collar of the size and form best suited to the horse, put it in a vessel of water, let it remain over-night wipe off the surplus water in the morn ing, put the collar on the horse, and by means of the hame-straps draw it snugly to the sides of the neck from the top to the bottom ; then work the horse moderately through the day, and the collar will be better fitted- to the horse and to every inequality of his shoulders than the best expert in the country could do over an inanimate form. This is the best, the easiest, and most perfect method of fitting a collar that can be recommended. 4 If collars have been fitted to horses by ; this method in spring, when they were j fat, and they have worked down thin in flesh, it will be necessary to soak the collar again and re-adjust as be ? fore.' ' The shoulders and collar should be | kept scrupulously cleau, and when the . horse is doing very hard work, a weak solution of...
A New Fire Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 13 December 1900
A New Fire Steamer. It will interest firemen, and all inte rested in fire-extinguishing appliances, to know that a new London fire boat, ' Alpha,' has been designed by Com mander Wells, and built at a cost of £#000 by Messrs Napier and Son, of Southampton. Tlie 44 Alpha is a valuable addition to London's means of fighting fire. She is constructed of galvanised steel, and is divided into sixteen compartments. Two pairs of engines, having a separate surface condenser, air-pump, and contrifugal puinp, drive her. lier fire-pump is capable of throwing 1250 gallons of of five outlets, the top outlet Ijeing a patent radial one. On deck she has a combined steam-whivtle and siren for sigualb'ng, and all appliances for carrying regulation lights. The st^T ing-gear is worked by steam, and she has a steam capstan and windlass. Her main firepunip exhausts into the ; condenser in her engine-room, and she ! lias, for her size, more copj-er-phttes in her than any vessel afloat. There is a cabin on ...