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'PER NATIVE BUNNER' [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

'PEE NATIVE RUNNER.' The black despatch-ranner, so often employed in the present war in South Africa, is no novelty. In the many cam. paigns against the Zulus, Matabele, and other tribes. Cape 'boys' often undertook such work, many becoming quite special ists at it. These men have wonderful patienco, can go without food for a long time, and, when seeking to earn substantial reward. cheerfully undergo almost incredible privations. They will lie all day long motionless in a hole in the ground, and crawl miles and miles on their hands and knees, or wriggling along flat on their faces. Needless to say, tbej are well paid for their very valuable services, and a hun dred pounds is an ordinary fee to Bach a black messenger. Scores, though, have lost their lives at the game, but for all that there are scores ever ready to take op the perilous job.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLOWERS—LILIES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

FLOWERS— LILIES. An ackuowlodged authority on matters appertaining to tlie culture of flo*vor? has said that were he oblige 3 to confine himself to tho cultivation oE but one Bpecios of this class of plauti he would select the Candidum (the oriijiual Eastsr lily) in preference to tho other kinds. And truly it possesses many desirable l/uuiuo W CWCOIUDIBUU It, w uuwer xovere. Such purity, beauty and fragrance are rarely combined in a flower so easily managed that any one possessing a suaall piece of gardon ground may grow it with perfect success. Tho bulbs aro retailed so cheap as to place them within the reach of any one. Two or three shillings in vested in these bulb3 will furnish a large clump which will annually yield a good supply of delicious fragrant flowers of waxen beauty. While some lilies do their best in a light sandy soil, and others in a soil of a stiff, loamy nature, tho Candidum species thrives well in either. Its freest growth and greatest profusion of flowers will b...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. BREEDING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

FARM AND GARDEN. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. BREEDING SHEEP. Sheep do not require expensive sholtor ; nevertheloss it is essential that thoy have a dry place and protection from the force of storms. An open shed with a roof that will turn the rain is all that is re quired. Sheep will not He down in mud, and no matter how warm and commodious the shelter may be, unless clean and dry, they will seek a knoll or a dry spot of earth no matter bow severe the storm. Confining them to inclosuros is less diffi cult than is generally supposed. Sheep do not attempt to jump barbed wire. It is a common mistake to build fences too high, and not low or close enough. A flock of sheep that have never been taught to climb or creep can be successfully restrained with four barbed wires pro perly strung and kept out. Their wool iB such a protection to them against tho viciousness of tho barbs that when taught to creep the building of impreg i nable fence3 becomes a nocessity. A ; cool dark place for them in summe...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

VARIETIES. ? 4. — Half a million clerks are employed in London. Many explosions in flouring mills are said to have been caused by electricity generated by the belts. Paris society has taken up the fashion of elaborately decorated and expensive visiting cards. Rhodesia has an area oxceeding that of the whole of Central EuroDe between the Pyrenees, tho North Sea and the Russian frontier. Europe expends on her armies £163, 000,000 annually. One pound of sheep's wool is capable of producing one yard of cloth. More people over a hundred years old aro found in mild climates than in the higher latitudes. With the exception of Belgium, we now occupy the leading place among beer drinking countries. The average age of the British soldier now at the front is nearly two years in advance of that of the soldier who fought at Waterloo. Seen in the rough, tortoise shells are far from beautiful. It is notuntil washed and scoured with acids that their ex quisite colouring shows. 'Mac/ the Scottish pr...

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 Co[?] [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

1IAV I'OST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DICPARTURU OK MAILS. Bv CnvniiKM C'nnhar, arrive Sunday and Thurtdny, 5 pin.; closes UedmsJay and Satur.lnv 7.30 u.m ' liuragul uh and Currong, anivc Mon.luy, 5 p.m. ; closes Snu.liiy rjiily S a. in ^.uth Side, O.irlitigton point, arrive Suinlay, ^ WeilneS'lay uinlJ-Viday, 5 p an.; ' chiges TuL-fcihiy, Thursday and Suluidiy, U porooban, Wun^uticlln, Pretty Deitili^uin, Melbourne, urrivc daily (except Moii(la-)7 a in.; elo-es daily (uxcrpi Suu-i ' dayl, 5.30 p.m. ; Hohart (Tas.), 5 p.m. , Mamie, Oxlcy, Hdranuid, \Wiit worlh, nriivft Tucsiluy, T|iurg.lay nnd Saturday, 7 u.m.; rlosp Tuts;dny, Thursday uud Sat- : vr«i»yi 0 p.«n. Honiigul, lleloclh, One Tree, arrive Won. day, Wedni B.luy und Friday, (j p,m. i olasa luCftduy, iliurtiday aud Saturday, ti p.m. Moes^iil uud Ivanhiie, Wudticsilay nml Fr.day, C p.m.j close Tut-feday. Thursday . a« d Sriturduy, ti p.m. HilUton, arrive l'ri.hiy, 6 p,«u« clu6© Tuefcdny and SaturJay, ti 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

AVER'S. Cherry Pectoral Is new on Calc by all Medicine Vendors In Half-Size Bottles, j Aad also in the Old Stondaxd Size. i \ A rccord of nearly do years \ in curing affections of the Throat C and Lungs, Colds, Coughs, La ) Grippe and Pneumonia. Picas ( ant to take, sure tc curc. flyer's Cherry Pectoral Sold Medals st the World's Great Expositions Accent nn Chcnn and Worthless Substitute. THIS j Australian Christian Worlil. PUBLISHED EVJSRY FRIDAY. IVicc 31. Coiittins the latest news of all the Churchcs and articles of permauen', interest and value lo the whole community. I\i8»ed to uny a Idresa for Thiee Shillings per quarter, prr-piid ; 3* 31 if hooked. Head Office - 3)1 I'itt-streof, Sydney. Lauius anij — I mn KL'inliiig out a great many cupie.s of this issue flee, for approval. Jt is admitted oil every hand that two papers arc needed to give both sides of the various siibjeuts occupying the public mind. I have therefore reduced the price of the ' ltiverina Times' to 1 ()s. ;i wa...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Deniliquin Doings. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

DeniJquln Doings. A disastrous fire occurred about 9.30 on Wednesday evening at a weatherboard building at tlie rear of Cressy street, occupied by Mrs Bjorck. The Fire Brigade quickly ar rived ou the scene, but owing to tlie strong wind blowing at the time, the flames had a strong hold before they ar rived. The fire was caused through the window curtains becoming ignited by a lamp, and the building was totally destroyed. In the heats of the Austral Wheel Race on Saturday last two of the local cyclists S. Ryan and R. Cameron compe ted, but unfortunately fell. It was reported that Mr Franks (Boabula) who had his leg amputated in Melbourne by Dr Ryan, was progressing favorably. We regret to hear that such progress is not so satisfactory as a little while back. Oil the 17th an examination of pupil teachers was held at Dcniliquin, when tlie following candidates were examined — Misses M. and N. Perrin and Mr. W. Williams. Miss Wysc, Miss Watson, the Veil. Arch deacon Holt, Mr H. J. Henty,...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAYS OF LIVING. BABEL OF DOCK-LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

WAYS OP £jIVlNGh j BABEL OF DOCX-LiND. It was an English sailor that once divided the whole world, by a single sweeping and magnificently absurd phrase, into two camps — Britons, and 4 dirty furriners/ It is with these latter gentry that we phall deal to-day ; or at least with such of them as by liner or cargo boat, eel scoop or ocean tramp, find their way to Port. And how many races are thore unrepresented in tho medley of colours, creeds, ana costumeB that irom dock or river berth are poured iuto the streets of East and South East London ? Lascars from the Royal Albert DocLs, Krooboys and Kaffirs of tho Africau liners, mingle with negroes, Yankee cattle-men, stolid Dutch fish-boat crews, Danes and Swedes from the timber ships, Spaniards and Italians who have come over with fruit and oil cargoes, beetle browed Slavs from tbo Russian wheat and timber ports, and an innumerable crowd of others. Every speech and dialect seems represented, including the most appalling attempts at Englis...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Maureen. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

Maureen. By Constance Craioie Halkett. Of course I know that any number of men have been guardians sometimes (as I am) to a young and pretty ward. But my wife and I agreed one day that, among tho lot of them, nobody could possibly give more food for thought and anxiety than did Maurtcn O'Connor, our niece and ward. To say 6lie was pretty sounds tame. She was as fresh and &weot as a wild nower, t-ne was as wild as any deer on our hills. She feared neither man nor beast, rode horses many boys would have declined to mount, could swim like a fish and could run like a hare. When I add that she was just seventeen, and had shut up her le6&on-book6 with a decided bang the day before her birthday, you will per haps understand why my wife and I were sitting looking at each other, discussing Maureen. She was, or would be, an heiress, and she knew about as much on the subject of money as those herons yonder near tbe »V.a,.0U CU^ ? J ii i.1 ? V r. she loved giving. !No tale of di...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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SHORT STORY. A Millionaire's Vengeance. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

SHORT STORY. ] A Millionaire's Vengeance, Br W. Alexander Rosfi. j (Continued from last week.) He locked the reports away in a safo and then seated himself at a writing table littered with what was unmistakably the MS. of a play. ' Hensley declares there is genius in the idea of this miserable hotch-potch of a drama. He is nearer the truth than he knows. This idea of my writing a drama which will work up to a tragedy is really fairly original, though the ' denouement ' will be juBt a trifle startling, and, per haps, unpleasant for Hensley.' Sir George had paid another visit to the Hartley Street specialist the previous day. 4 1 am sorry/ the specialist had said to him, ' but the turn is for the worse.' He knew what that meant — simply that Ilis course woe nearly run. He bad gone straight from the specialist to the office of the private inquiry agents he was employing, and asked to be supplied with a complete set of their reports in re ference to his wife and Dr. Hensley — those he h...

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 — 17 December 1900

l'V Thain. . -£? uunhar and Hillstnn, via Cjirraltioul 'M. J at i i\u Mouilay, \\ - duesday, uud b'riday, 5.15 p.m.; close Tuesday, Jhurs.lny, and I S.turduy, 8.20 a.m. s- Carrathool, Bringagee, Darlington Hail way ftntion, Whitton, Nuraiulera, Conla. niun, June?, NVagffa Wagga, Albury, T. P.O. fife (No. 3, south), Sydney. Melbourne arrive dat y cxcrpt Sunday. 5.15 p.m. ; closes daily cxcepi Sunday, 8.20a. m. -'Ilia ^ Jerilderie, arrive Tuusdny, Thursday and 'jgl Saturdiiy, 5.15p in.; closeu 'J'uusday, Thurs* '.^aSa day and Saturday, 8.20 u.m. . Printed and puUi^hed by .luhn Andrew, «t.9| tlie Office of the ' Riverina Times, Hay^sjsS blanilard, and Journal of Water Gontervn- .tinn,' Alma*8tra-'t, Hay, iu the goJouy q New South \S alvv,

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPROPRIATELY NAMED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

APPROPRIATELY NAMED. The native names of some of the Natal mountains, rivers, etc., are vory pictur esque, as well aB appropriate. For in stance, they call the Cathkin, or Cham pagne Castle, a 12, 000ft. mountain on tho inland border, '.Uiadedelele/ or the moun tain ' which must be left alone/ Tintwa, the 7.500 ft. hill to tbe south of the famous pass, is 60 named because to the natives thereabout its peak seemed to f touch the light rain clouds ' sooner than any other local hill. Indumeni, or ' the thunderer/ was so called because of its echoes; Mahwaga, or 'the wrinkled, frowning ' mountain, in consequence of its peculiar formation. Doorn-Kop is the ? hill of thorns / Spion-Kop — famous through the attack made by Sir Charloa Warren — is in name aud truth the 'moun tain of wide views — the hill of Bpying/

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 — 17 December 1900

POiSMICd Terrible FeeSings. Loss of Sleep. Impurities often accumulate in the blood until they produce tho most dangerous symptom^ of poisoning. Tho appetite is lost, digestion weak ened, and nerves cxhaustod. Mrs. F. Flynn, of Adelaide, So. Aus tralia, sends us her photograph and says : 'I used to have tcrrJMc feelings come over me. The doctors could do nio no 'nod. I could not sleep, inv appetite left me, ana I was a most miserable woman indeed. Having read of 1 thouirlit I wor.ld try it. To my great sur prise, after taking oiily two bottles I found rjvsolf ven* ismch hotter in every way. Aftor taking si.v 'bottles all niv disagreeable feelings left mc, and I was completely cured.' If your bowels are constipated, take Ayer's Pills. They are gentle and sure. They cure biliousness, dyspepsia, and siclt hoadacbc. Tako them vitk Ayer's I Sarsapprilla; one nida the other. | S'.T^firc- by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, M&ss., USjL

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILD LIFE IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

CHILD LIFE IN CHINA. 'Our girlies aro sweet, they bindee their feet, We thinkeo it ploppa and lightee ; You callee good taste to squeezee your waist So velly unpleasantly tighteo 1' The dusky, almond-eyed baby of the Flowery Land has by no means a cot of roses. Here are one or two of the cere monies wrapped about hie infancy— some lingering in remote Darts of China, others in general use : When three days old he is washed before the image of a special goddess of children, and a thank-offering is made to her. Then follows the binding of each tiny wrist with red string or cotton cord, to which is attached ancient cash, or, in some cases, silver toys. The cash dis peres evil spirits, the toys indicate a desire for wealth and honour, while the cord prevents disobedience in after life. ' Didn't mamma bind your wrists ?' is occasionally asked of a troublesome Chinese child. He receives Mb first name — the 'ju ming/ or 'milk name' — about a month after birth, when his head is shaved. Fanci...

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 — 17 December 1900

There is no need you are 'sixteen. Then why look as go! DP ga if you arc sixty? ® Thick and glossy hair belongs to youth- Thin and faded hair to old age. IIP you7scalpkfrco I from dandruff, jar~Ztl!ac. andwillsurcly Ifiger gang It Never Fails ta Restore tlie Natural Color tc the Hair It gives to the hair that soft, glossy appearance so natural to early lhe. For men. this means the look of strength and power. For women, ib is the quo ornament of youthful beauty. l\C!r.?ni:'rr llir.t pimples, rashes, nnd Jiko distigureuicnts of the faee iniiv be tl»orouj?hlv removed by taking: a courso o**treatmi,ut with j Aycr'8 SarfAjiarilln. Jt v.'ill oakc tbo ekiu I {?a:ootli anil the blood rich, \ Prepares by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. ! I ? 1 Messhs I*. L C, yht'iheitl and Kon.nf | Darliiij; Kiir.sny. Watt- rhin, mul ^02, 1*1 1 1 ^ | slu'et , Sy rluey , ai e set;din» «?»- 1 orart'e «i:d | Ifiuou trees -f the vi-ty ln'9( qnalny -t | niodernic piiofS. They hiiVt al.-t. c...

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 — 17 December 1900

Pon'i' t'oJJWi - ei*» h.i o'lt'iined iniiiu'diiiJeiy. U-e ' K KAT1 Xti'-S (; JUti H Lt'ZlONtil'j-S' well Un.'un as the utterly uni ivalh-.'l C-muh KiMucly. ^tron^ly r-', CMinnieiiili'il hy in:itiy eminent pliysieinns They at once cheek the oui^h and remove the rrutEe — wit hout any after eflect ; the most iU-licate can the:-eh»ru take them. On? Lowsiye fth.jie uives ease — one or two at hcitisne eusutvs rest. Suld everywhere iu . Wv.i Inojv^-^tio^ the Ui:»t Ukukuy ia ! uiplunhledly Kyi: nix's CamuMILU IV|,I.s They ea:i conJiilently be feoo:utnunihd »?- heitt.c liiild iu onct ition ami ;\ljsiilul.vly fret fj'um injurious urugs. Acting at once as a epletjujtl tonic and u i-entlc aperient, For pearly 100 years Ihcy have proveil Un qquaIll:l, for 1 Uysj cpsia, Siok lleadache, ami for Liver and Stomach Com plaints, iSidil in huttlesj Is U-l, 2g 0d nnd , lis, hy all medicine vemloi'M throughout the | world. A simple b-afe au l certaiu rouiedy I

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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DISTRICT COURTS AND QUARTER SESSIONS. THE FIXTURES FOR 1901. QUARTER SES LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

DISTIUGP COURTS AND QUARTER SUASIONS. The Fixruiciis fok 1001. Quautbi; Ses-ions. Ii^y — Siturihy, 2:lr.l February fi.itnril « y , 20'h Jnlv i!i!!sion. — Tue^tUv. lilth Fehrunry Tuesday, lUl'l July F« i-1 «V. 25t!i 0 'ti-her N iraudera. — Tl.ursJny, 28'h Fehrmry Thtirs Uy, .1 oly Thurs l'iy, 31-t October Dutiiliipiin.— \Ved,u'S.1.iy. 23rd J.nu.ry WeJties Ih . 10. h June Wilcani'i ?. — Tu- ed.iy. 2G'h Marc'i Tue^dnv, fit ii Aiiynst Tnesd.iy. 3 'I December Wen! wor Is.— Wf»lni'S»Iny, 31 -t J«i'y Welufsdny, 27tii No\embe Di tiiict CoritTs. II.iy.-SiMn.lrty, *iiird Fi*' rusiry iS t inlay, 2'iih July iMutnlrtv, *J8th October Uili.-titt. — Tuea Uy, lOlh Feliruary T'leaday. ltj h J u'y F- i-Uv. 2oi;i Oct'ijer N irandera. — 'J'MiirMl-iy 28 h l-'ebruiry Tti'iisd t y . 2ot'» Ju y Tinir:.d.iy. ;Jli: October Bilrijn »ld. — F'idiy, lSih J.niu^ry l'\ id ty , 1 1th J ine D nilii] 24 U J-m-inry \\\'diie?d '.v, I'I h J iuo Thurs 'ay. 3i d ti t -Iut Wilcatniii. — T'j I'sda) . 20 h March Tiies Uy, (I ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bash Fires. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

Itiisli Fii es SYDNEY, Thursday. Busli fires are of frequent oc currence throughout the colony. Much destruction lias been ? caused by ail outbreak on a se lector's holding eastofWyalong. A telegram from Warren to night states that tires are raging on both banks of the Mac quarie east of the township. Tlie flames crossed the river iu several places. A large area of splendid grass country has been swept clean, and miles of fencing have been destroyed, j Tlie bush fire reported from Berry Jerry yesterday was the fiercest known in the Wagga district for many years. The flames reached a height of 30ft; aud lighted up an immense Ex tent of country. The fire star ted iu a selector's holding at Berry Jerry. Mr. Leith, the owner of tlie station, fought the' flames for several hours without result. A large area of grass 011 the station was consumed. The flames leaped across the Murrumbidgee, and attacked Ganinain Station, but the fire was checked after 1,000 acres of grass had been con sumed...

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 — 17 December 1900

FJR SALE or TO LET — Lirge and Coin molions Rcsidcucc on the Iirigation Area. Apply (o J. ANDREW, at thU otlicc, Sore ' Hands Bonk the hands thoroughly, on retiring, In a hot lather of Ci tjcuisa Soap. Dry, nnd anoint freely with Ct'Tici ha Ointment, the givat ' skin care and purest of cmolllcn'e. Wear old gloves during tlie night. I-'or pore hauda, itch In?, burning pklr.i*, and painful linger ccds, thlp one ni.fitivr? ie wutti^rful. ForcnlebT all Colnnial - hfinirt*. Pottsc Dnuofc Cora. Ct»li-.,Sok Vn'p* , EodWn, V\ ». A.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The Worcester Congress [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

lhe Worcester Congress Further accounts are published of the | eongressof the Afrikander Bond which ; was held on Gtli inst. at Worcester, in j the Cape Colony. The congress was attended by 7,000 Afrikanders, who | claimed to represent 120,000 Cape Dutah. One of tho speakers was Mr. Cron wright Schrcincr, husband of Olive Schreiner, the authoress, and brother in- law of Air W. P. Schrcincr, late premier of Cape Colony. Mr. Cron wright Schreiner, who some time ago visited England for the purpose of ad vocating the Boer cause, aroused the passionate fury ami resentment of his audience by repeating the wild charges of barbarity against the British troops published bv the Africander newspape rs and by virulent abuse of Sir Alfred Milner, Her Majesty's Qigh Connnis ioner for South Africa. Most of the sp?akers repudiated the idea of an Afrikander rebellion against British rule.

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