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Affairs in China London, Dec. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

Affairs in China Lcndon, Dec. 11. Yiko, the Manchu secretary of Li Hung Chang, has been arrested by order of 'Count Waldersee, the com mander-in-chief of the allied powers in China. The charge against the accused is tluit he has been in communication with the Boxers. Recently a set of astronomical in struments, which had been erected on tlie wans ot reking by the Jesuit Missionaries, were removed by the French and German authorities, 011 the ground that the Court was not likely to return to Peking, and that the intruments were in danger of being destroyed by the populace. General A. R. Chaffee, the United States commander, wrote to Count W aldersee, the generalissimo of the allied forces, complaining of the re- 1 moval of the instruments, but his letter | was returned, as Count Waldersee j objected to the tone in which it was 1 written. |

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

I 'WHEN H 10 FEELS OFF COLOUR.' It wouM, no doubt, have been wise in Mr D, Lanhiui lo tuku ui-omp'ctc rc»t uu Sun days, anyway, liu* nil tliu more so umtcr circumstances he incniion^. Mr Luuiuun is 11 cooper, a t\d for the last twenty-live years has pursued Ins calling in Charlotte Street, lirUhano. Q lcc-tisluml. Tint he is known to un^t of the people of the city naturally follows ; for Jiriahunc lias uttuiii'il its la*; iiiiueiii-e within 1 hut peri 'tl. ' Some Bevtu years writes Mr Lanhuni, Uiuler date uf Sfpt. *2S h, 181) J, '1 begun for t lie tiist tune in my lifo to kuIT^i from imlit^e-tion. With it w«?iv gsllnu'itic symj t ins, all! oiigh not then itniler stand llifit tlie latter euinjaint is often ctuseil by t It 3 former. ''The C'iin ine«l iliscies cniiiinnu 1 lo plague me fur three yens, mill a mis nUe stretch uf time it uiis, I was ro!ujta:itly obli^e.l to give up t-oinii of my » ng i^iuients, ami fount) ll.iit after wurlcmt' bix iia-s J uiC:{e-l u complete text i-n .S'.u...

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

The Prettiest Child in England Cannotbe kept so unless in perfect health. To keep a child healthy and thereby happy, it does hot need the strong medi cines commonly given (any more than strong food)— they are a mistake. Nature has supplied a gentle remedy iu California Syrup of Figs, an ideal medicine for children— pleasant as figs and sugar are, and invariably successful in removing trouble without creating it, It ministers exactly to all complaintsofthe stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels — only, however, if it is the genuine California Syrup of Pigs. Imitations of it are as hurtful to children as adulterated food, The genuine bears die name and trade mark 0 1 THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO., 32 Snow Hill, London, E.C. Of all Chemists, 1/1 j mi rig Stocky J by Klliult Bros S,-!n y

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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The Hay Public School. THE BREAKING-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 17 December 1900

The Hay Public School.   TIIE BREAKING-UP.   [By one of the Scholars.] On Thursday afternoon at half-past four o'clock, the fourth-class girls pre- sented their teacher, Mr. H. C. McCre- die, with an address and a pair of large photo frames. Miss Alma Mackenzie read the ad- dress, which was as follows:—     "Dear Mr. McCredie, — We, your pupils of the fourth class have great pleasure at the close of the Christmas term, in offering for your acceptance, as a small testimonial of our respect and gratitude for the kind and tender manner in which you en- deavoured to impart knowledge to us — these photo frames. We hope that you will benefit in health by your holiday, aud hope that at the beginning of the next term, we will find you amongst us once more, when we are sure that the same good understanding as previously will be maintained." The address was signed by Misses. F. E. Fayle, A. Moorhouse, J. Mateer, J. Frost, B. Morris, R. Hayde...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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BY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

Bv Thais. Gunbar and Hillston, via Carrathool, arnve Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, S.J5 p.m.; close Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday, 8,20 a.m. t Carrathool, Bringagee, Darliircton Rail, way station, Whitton. Nbrandera, Coola. mou, Juuce, w agga Wagga, Albury T P O (No. 3, south), Sydney. Melbourne arrive da; y cxcept Sunday. 5.15 p.n,. . closo, daily except Suuday, 8.20a in Jerilderie, arrive Tuesday, Thursday on i Saturday, 6.15 pm.j closes Tuesday, Thurs. day and Saturday, S.20 a.m. Printed and published by John Andrew, at the Office of the ' Hivcrina Time, Hay Standard, and Journal of Water ConserVa. N^^aw%.t;Hay,ialhetfoloti^

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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HAY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. BY COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

HAY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AN1) DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Bv Coaches. Ounbar, arrive Sunday and Thursday 5 pm.; closes Wednesday and Saturday 7.30 a.m ' Euragabah and Corrong, arrive Monday, 5 p.m. ; closes Suuday only $ a.m. South Side, Darlington Point, arrive Suuday, Wednesduy and Friday, 5pm JTueadoy, Thursday and Saturday] _ liooroolian, Wunganella, Pretty Pine Dcmliquin, Melbourne, arrive daily («xcept MondayV7 a m.; closea daily (except Sun day), 5. .10 |l.m. j Hobart (Tae.), 5 p.in MaUde, Ox ley, Halranald, Wenuvorth, arrivfl Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday / a.m.; close Tuciday, Thursday and Sat urday, 6 p.m. Booligal, lieloetli. One Tree, arrive Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, ti p.m. ; close Tuesday, Thursday mid Saturday, 0 pm Mosayicl and Ivanhoc, Wednesday and Friday, 0 p.m.; close Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, 0 p.m. ' Hillston, arrive Friday, 0 p.m.; close Tuesday and Saturday, G p.m.

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 — 20 December 1900

J. T E A o K E rJ TAILOR, Twenty years as 9, Cotter \u \ Lnudon &V-1 t|iu Colonise. ' % I gioh-clusfi T»iloiinpat C'ty'Vikes. Ophite V.O.i #AY. £3tg

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hay Land Board [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

llay Land B ard The Local Land Board commenced a sitting on Monday morning. The Chairman (Mr Trollope) and Mr John Witcombu presided. Monday, 17th December. C.L. 1900-1, 371 acres, Gasper Hcithauser, appraisement of rent, llosult. — Rent, 3Jd per acre per an num ; Mr Gibson for applicant. A.C.P 94-10, 40 acres. The Bank of Victoria, Limited, inquiry sec. 36 re fulfilment of all conditions. — Result. — Conditions fulfilled ; certificate, to issue. A.C.P. 95-5, 118 acres, Sydney Jones, inquiry, sec. 36, re fulfilment of all conditions and C.L. 27153, 35£ acres ; postponed to next meeting. Mr Gibson appeared for the applicant. Settlement Lease 98-28 (755), 1907^ acres, Edward Johnston, inquirv re. fulfilment of condition (d). Result. — Condition not fulfilled ; waiver of forfeiture incurred recommended under certain conditions. H.S. 96-11, 480, Henry F. Miller, inquiry re fulfilment of condition of residence ; postponed to next meeting. H.S. 00-4, 382 acres, William Bisli, appraisement...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Mounted Policeman for Sydney. A FINE CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

Mounted I'oliuem ii Tor Sydney. A FINK CONTINGENT. On Tuesday morning Mr. Sub In spector Johnston treated onlookers to a fine show of Jiorses and men in full dress. He had eight of the men who ai-e going to take part in the Sydney demonstrations parading in Laohlan street. They are picked men, and should prove in Sydney a distinct credit to the police force jn tlieso parts, and CQnipiir-e f^voratyy with any others who take pivrt in the procession The men who ara leaving are : — Senior- Constable Smith, Hooligal, in charge ; SenioiMjonstable PussHeld, Whitton ; Constable Thomson, Jerilderie ; Con stable Marshall, Carrathool ; Constable Hyan, Maude ; Constable Loftus, Oxley ; Constable Bailey, Ualranald ; Constable Northrop, Euston ; Con stable Garling, Hay ; and Constable Doran, . Wliitton. The horses they were mounted on were a snlendid lot of animals, nil lipinrr well bred. Some of them were bred by Mr. Somerville Learnionth, of Groongal, and Mr. F. Learmoiith, of Bringagee — tlie ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hay City Band. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

Hay City Band. A committee meeting was held yesterday at noon in the Council Chambers. There were present : — Messrs G. A. Miller (Mayor, in the chair), H. B. Maclure,' K. Gibson, H. Schmidt, G. Sadler, J. Appell, aud C. W. Alexander, (hon. sec). I Messrs McKenzie, Clifford and Haines were admitted as members of the band. | The secretary reported that the ' bandmaster had arrived, and that he would be prepared to give the first , nut-door performance on Christmas j night. He has a good lot of suitable music for the occasion. The suggestion of the bandmaster was adopted, and it was decided to give the performance on the square op posite the Atheiiiwum. The tender of Mr. John Johnston for printing the rules in booklet form was accepted. The charge for tbe book to subscribers will be Gd. It was resolved to endorse tbe band master's action in regard to purchasing certain music, and to pass the account. The Chairman said that Mr. Tren grove said he would be pleased to meet any young peop...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hay Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

llay Municipal Council. | The usual fortnightly meeting was j held on Monday evening, when there i W3rc present : — ' Aldermen Miller : (Mayor), Gibson, Lawson, Broinowski, j Sadler, and Witcombe. Mr. F. A. I Byrne, M.P., occupied a seat at the ! txble. T.ir Tauv Messrs. Stephen, Jacques, and Stephen, the A.M. P. solicitors, wrote t - the effect that tlie Government's security re tlie waterworks loan in cluded a charge upon the general revenue of the Council, and that it therefore took precedence of the pro posed A.M.P. mortgage. The Society could not advanae the loan unless it was given the first mortgage on the general rates. The only way the solicitors could see out of the diJemna was for the Council to persuade the Government to forego their charge of the general revenue. The Council Clerk, under instruc tions from the Mayor, had written asking the Government to forego tlie first mortgage. Tlie letter was read, but a reply had not been received. j Alderman Broinowski moved that ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Sydney Festivities. THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

Sydney Festivities THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. Svdxey, Monday. I Tbe official programme gf festivities 'arranged for Commonwealth week was | issued to-night. It will be seen that ' in\ited guests from the other colonies j will not have an idle hour during the j week, and that, commercially, nothing ; is likely to be done in bydney during the period if the citizens attend the various functions in anytliing like large numbers. The time of starting tbe procession and that of the swear ing-in ceremony has not yet been fixed. The programme is as follows: — j Monday, December 31. — Night — Special services in all churches for prayer and intercession to Almighty God for divine blessing ou the Em pire, the Commonwealth, and states, at 1 1 p.m. Tuesday, January 1. — Procession from tlie Domain ; swearing-in ceremony at the Centennial-park. At Night-— .State banquet at the Town-Hall ; League of Wheelmen cycling carni-, val at the Sydney Cricket-ground ; and city illuminations. ^Wednesday, January...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Court Day at Carrathool. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

Court Ihiy at Uarruthool. Once monthly a Court of Petty Ses sions and »Siiuili Debts Court is held at Canathool by Mr Martin, P.M. O11 Thursday hist, a deal of business was got through. Henry Salomon was charged, 011 summons, with illegally detaining £'2 Ks beloNjrin;' to Elizabeth Loner gan. i MrS. P. Kemp appeared for the1 complaint and L. K. C. Kobcrtson for the defendant. | The case won dismissed, there being no jurisdiction. George W. Terry, on summons, was charged with - ?unlawfully -Aasatilting aud injuring John Kamagan. There was also a cross ca-se. Tn the first wise — but both were taken together -Mr lvemp appeared for the defendant. A lot of evidence, was taken, and finally tbe P.M. dismissed the case Karnagan against Terry, but in the other iie fined tlie defendant Karnagan 10s, costs of court 5s lOd, and pro fessional costs £2 2s. The total sum was paid. Kachael Lonergun was charged, on summons, with using insulting and threatening language to Thomas Gowuns. Mr Robertson...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] , SYDNEY, I Thursdav. I ♦Sir \\ llhum Lyric lias been sent for ? to form the first Federal GovermeiitT I Mr Barton lias declined to join .Sir I William Taiic. I Tliorc is great surprise expressed in I -Sydney, .and in nearly all the other I colonies, at Sir William Lyne being I sent for to form the Federal Govern- I ment He lias taken a week to con sider the question. Last night he had a consultation with Mr Barton, who deelined--eo join him. It is likely that Sir William-will to-day communicate with the other Australian Premiers, as he considers that as far as possible all the States- ill the Commonwealth are entitled to representation in the Federal Cabinet. Mr Reid expressed gratification at Lord Hopetoun having sent for the Premier. He considers Lord Hope toun has taken eminently the proper course. Mr McMillan, while inclined to the opinion that the Governor has followed the safe course, thinks that his choice will cause much criticism in...

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 — 20 December 1900

Fob Ikdigestion the Best ReueuT is undoubtedly Norton's Cahoiixuc Pills They can confidently be recommended as being mild in operation andrabsolutely free from injurious drugs. Acting at once aa a spleodid tonic and a gentle aperieut. For nearly 100 years they bave proved Un« equalled for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, and for Liver and Stomach Com* plaints. Sold in bottles Is 1£dt 2s 9d and He, by all medicjne vendors throughout tbe world. A simple safe and certain rfemedy

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

STOCK REPORTS. The stripping and harvesting gen erally is progressing rapidly, but we (' Jerilderie Herald') regret to say that the heavy, Htvoag winds lajsfc Wednesday caused great damage to the standing rrons Hnt.h wlipot nnrl oats, The loss of grain in theStein wedel especially, was very great; Not only did the crops suffer, but fruit trees. and vines in the gardens were damaged, the fruit being blown off the trees, and in many instances branches were broken off. The prices for wheat are lower in Sydney at present than in any of the other Australian colonies. Mes^r* Wilkinson and Lavender re port jiftder last Monday's date About 18,000 sheep penned. Owing to the excessive Iheat, the market was dull, and prices sixpence lower. We sold for the estate of W. Bo wen, 180 crossbred wethers at 13s ; 285 at 12s 10s, and 13s ;86 at lis lid ; 34 merinos at 12s lid. For R. A. Mars den, 20 crossbred ewes at 10s 10d ; 81 merino withers at 10s 9d ; 1 woolly ditto, at 10s 9d ; 5 lambs, at 10s I...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Cricket. WARADGERY V. LICENSED VICTUALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

IHickut, WARADGliJllY V. 'LICENSED VICTUALLERS, Cricket enthusiasts were well catered for on Wednesday afternoon, when the above teams graced the Oval. Both teams were strongly represented. The weather was delightful, and the atten dance large. The Waradgeiy hatted first. Mat Armitage and J. Reid being the mitiul batsmen, but with the score iji foijr, 4'rmitage was caught by Dqn'oinie, tlie ball rebounding from I.'illon, tin- .wicket koeper, v lid failed to hold it. This was hard luck for Mat, the ball going off his wrist. Har rison filled the breach, and immediately got to w-n;k. ljatting witl| his usual ease' aiiu precision The' score was taken to 45, both' batsmen n'iio\wny good form against the exceptionally fine bowling of Darcliy and Dillon. Uifirisoii was the first to go, being sniartly t^ken bcljind the wickets by mikjii, qft IJarchy,' tqrV niiitly com piled i? 4. Gibbs joiiied Reid, but the stonewaller's time to go had arrived, lie being unfortunately run out with ||is scor...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

M&ssns. P. L. C. Shepherd and Son, of Darling Nursery, Waterloo, and 202, Pitt', street, Sydney, are sending out 'irancc and lemon trees of the very best quality at moderate prices. They hare *Ik- ch ice collection of c&milliaf, t)ouv»rdiefl, dahlias' and all kinds of trees and shrubs. They have also a large and varied cMler.iion nf seeds suitable for the 'field, farm, and garden. Their catalogue is issued free to el! applicants, and contains a full list of all 1 their «t-ick as well as useful information 1 on gardening maitm generally.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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WOOL AND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 20 December 1900

A'OOL AND STOCK REPOIiTS The New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency, Co., to-day offered the largest and withont doubt one of the finest selections of wool vet brought under the hammer this season. The offerings which totalled over seven thousand six hundi-ed bales, wore largely composed of choice and well known brands from Riverina and the Western parts of Victoria. Competi tion for good merinos and fine cross breds was extremely spirited at last week's level, but for medium and in ferior descriptions of merino and crossbred the market was iri'egular. Some of the principal sales weiti : — Carrs Plains from Stawell, first com', ideal 10id ; Kinross from Germanton, hoggets, lOjd ; Warning over SB from Ivoroit ex comeback lOd ; AW over Redwood from Casterton, fleece 9Jd ; Gyhan, from Germanton, hoggets and wethers Sd ; WB over W from Ger manton fleece, 8id ; W McC over Warbreccan from 'Deniliquin, 1 com.,' 7|d (bid) ; Lansdowne from Mitchell district, Queensland, ewes, 7Jd ' WH over ...

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 — 20 December 1900

.Sjxuliii);. f \ [By Sterling.] G. Robertson, who is training Zaza Hova and Kaffir Girl, will leave for t'ie Whitton Races on Saturday morn ing. Jack Haines, who is under the care ful observation of Alf Stanley, is get ting into fine form for the bicycle events at Jerilderie on Boxing Da}'. Forty miles ill an hour on a bicycle is at last an aceiSnpJished fact, this distance having been ridden by W. Stinson on a wooden track at Drock ton, New England (U.S. A). The ex act distance ridden was 40 miles 327 yards, an average of 1 min. 30 sees, a mile. The Ringers defeated the Public School by 53 runs on Wednesday. Following are tlieen tries and weights for the principal events in connection with the above meeting, to come off on Boxing Day : — Gunbnr Handicap, about li miles. — Cornet, 9.8, Falcon, 9.1, Happy moments, 8.2, Revelry, 8.0, Cyclops, 7.10, Federation, 6.10. Flying Handicap, about C furlongs. — Cornet, 9.10, Cyclops, 7.12, Federation, 6.13. W. Johstone, handicapper. The follow...

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