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THE HAY HOSPITAL. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE BY J. J. PHELPS, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 6 March 1872

THE HAY HOSPITAL. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE BY J. J. PHELPS, Esq.' Saturday, March 2nd was a red-letter day in tbe history of Hay. About 3 p.m. the children of tbe two schools united and marched, beaded by their teachers, Messrs. Hunter and Hyde, to tbe site of the new hospital, on the bank of the Murrumbidgee, west of North Hay. The Society of Foresters turned out iu full regalia, formed in procession and marched to the ground. The townspeople generally and neighbouring settlers came out in holiday attire, and the whole — children, foresters, and people, formed such a lively brilliant assemblage as made one quite oblivions to the intense heat of tbe day. The chil dren were mounted on a platform and the proceedings commenced by J. E. Peaice, Esq., P.M., President of tbe hospital, giving out God Bless the Prince of Wales, which the children sung in a creditable manner, on tbe conclusion of which Mr- Pearce called upon Mr. James Macgregor, jun., manager of the Australian Joint Stock...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT STANDARD Office, Hay, Wednesday, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 6 March 1872

'WOOL AiS'D STOCK I3EPOUT Stamjarb Office, Hay, j Wednesday, March 6, I J nerc is evf?ry appearance oi'a dry 'winter. People in st^ick are looking anxiously heaven wards for signs of n downpour, but there is 110 sign tiierp. r Booligal correiipoiide.it writes : — The weather stiii keeps unpleasantly hoi, and grass hoppers are again making their appearance in great -; limbers ; the river which lately rose to half a hauker is Again settling down to its usual summer le vel ; there are no signs of rain, nor has there been iiny rainfall here woith speaking of tor months. Jdickibel Station, near Condublin, is about to be stocked with sheep from North Thononga (Hon. W, Oampliell's) under the management of Mr. George Jarnc-s Turner, late of North Thononga, who, it 'is understood, is part owner of Mickibel; 6,000 sheep ]*!ive for there on Tuesday. Messrs. Forsvth and J/«ii«linan report sale of 4,Q00 ewes from Eii Eiwah, to Mr. Haines of Willandra, at from 7s to 8s. per Lend. Mr, Crawford's s...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 6 March 1872

THE HAY STANDARD, AND ADVERTISER FOR BALRANALD, WENT W ORTH, MAUDE, BOOLIGAL, WILCANNIA, MENINDIE, BOURKE, &c. Printed and published at Hay, Murrumbidgee River, New South Wales, every Wednesday morning, in time for the out-going mails. TERMS. Subscription: 7s 6d quarterly in advance; subscribers to the Pastoral Times -will be charged only 5s per quarter, postage added. Charges foe Advertisements : — Six lines or under, 6d per line. Every line over six, 4d per line. Displayed advertisements at per line of space as above. For advertisements inserted more than once, twenty-five per cent dis count on the above charges will be allowed for cash before withdrawal of any such advertisement. Advertising Births, Deaths, and Marriages 2s 6d each for cash, if booked, 4s. No advertisement booked under 2s 6d. Standing advertisements ordered for three months or more : — per quarter, in advance. One whole column £13 0 0 Half-a-column 7 0 0 Quarter column 3 15 0 One inch - 10 0 Three per cen...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 6 March 1872

DEATH. PH-iiek.— Died on 24th February, at Gnrner House, ' Gurner-street, St. Kilda, Mary Jane, aged eighteen years, oulv daughter of ftlathew Palmer, Esq., of Canoon. Deeply regretted by all who knew her. & ? : — . -? — ? : ? ? ? — ^ ? ?— — : — . — - ? ? — m — - — s — THE HAY STANDARD. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1872. ? ? I

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 6 March 1872

Advertisements received 1 6 pm on Tuesdays; they should have the number of insertions written on ithe face of the copj-, otherwise they will be inserted and charged for until countermanded in writing. As The Standard is sent to all persons in the town of Hay and district, tlie proprietors of the paper would feel thankful if those who do not wish to become subscribers , 'would intimate the same to the manager of the Journal, The pro prietors respectfully notify that each of those who do not reply will be i considered as a subscriber, and j charged accordingly with the j amount of the subscription. Every I respectable person is interested in ? the publication of a well-conducted j journal which is so essential for the i protection and advancement of the j public interests ; for this reason it is ! hoped that all will take the paper who can afford to pay for it.

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

TELEGRAPHIC TTEWS. {From the Jamieson, 5th March. — At the police court to-day Patrick Perkins was fined £10 for an assault on Mr. H. C. Geneste, in default three months' imprisonment ; the costs in the case amounted to £32. Sydney, 5th March. — Mr. Nelson, a neutral in politics, has been elected for the district of Orange, by a majority of one only ; it . is stated that his return is to be con-: tested on the ground of his not being naturalised. Typhoid fever has broken out in Parramatta gaol, and one prisoner has died. A new reef has been discovered near Wel lington, with good prospects. Mr. Teece, a neutral, has been returned for Goulburn, and Mr. Lee for Maitland ; Mr. Warden, the op position candidate, has been suc cessful at Shoalhaven, and Mr. Greville at Braidwood. The com plete returns have not yet been received from the Clarence, but Mr. Bawden, the opposition candidate, is considered safe The Australian Packet has arrived from the pearl fishery, with a small cargo. Arrive...

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MELBOURNE. March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

MELBOURNE. (fhom our own correspondent.) March 6. The political atmosphere is ex tremely quiet. Sir James M'Culloch has resigned his seat in Parliament. For ten years Sir James has repre sented Mornington, and as its repre . ,? ? .1 TT _ j_- senrative m sue nuuse stuuieu w advance the district and its various interests, Tbe removal of Sir James M'Culloch from the Assembly will be a great loss for the Opposition in more ways than one ; his dear chum, the hon. Minister for Richmond, Mr Francis, will miss Sir James most materially, for Mr Francis is somewhat hot tempered, and fre quently needed the cool caution of Sir James M'Culloch to guide him, besides which Sir James having en joyed almost unlimited sway lor so long a time, was a great power in a debate from his intimate knowledge of all the ins and outs of the public business, although not as formerly the acknowledged leader of a party in the House, still, though not hav- i ing the leadership of the Opposition, his presence added ...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

The aristocratic langour of Col lins-street was disturbed by a very sensational incident on Thursday morning. A horse and baxer's cart belonging to MrGunn, of Abbotsford, was descending Queen-street towards Collins-street, when the bacKband broKe, two men who were in the vehicle being thrown out by the jerk which ensued. The frightened horse started off at a bolt, and turned into Collins-street, where he blindly dashed along the footpath on the northern side, causing universal con sternation, of course. He made two or three grazes of the shop windows on his way, smashing a pane of plate glass at Alston and Brown's, and another at Kilpatricn's, the jewellers. The runaway galloped along the pavement to Berghoff and Touzell's, the tobacconists; then he made a sharp turn, and went for the other side, where he came against a notice board in front of the Universal Build ing Society's office, at the corner of Elizabeth-street. This board was between the verandah pillars, and the horse, aft...

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MEMBERS RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

MEMBERS RETURNED. liathurst. . . E Coombes, n/m Balranald... J. J. Phelps, o Braid wood... E. Greville, o Camden... Arthur Onslow, o; T. Garrett, r-jm Canterbury... John Lucas, m ; R. Hill, m Central Cumberland ... J, Lackey, m : Hurley East Maitland... Stephen Scholey, n East Macquarie . . Sir James Martin and W, Cummings Eden...H Clark, m /- 1 TXT All v3rieue...vx. vv . iman Goulburn . . . Teece, n Hartley... Thomas Brown, n HawKesbury...W. K. Piddington, o, Hastings. ..R, B. Smith, m Illawarra...W. Forster, o Kiama.. John Stewart, m and Henry Moses, o Lower Hunter... Jacobs Murrumbidgee... W. Macleay, o Murray... P. A. Jennings, o New England... S. EL Terry, ri Mudgee . . . Innes Morpeth... J. Campbell, m Nepean...J. D. Single, n Northumberland . . . Hannell, nj j Orange ... Nelson Parramatta . . . F arnell, o, and Hugh Taylor, n j Patrick's Plains... W. C. Browne, n/o Paddington . . J. Sutherland Paterson...W. M. Arnold Queanbeyan...L. W. F. De Salis, n St Leonards... W. Tunss, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

List of unclaimed lettors lying- at the Hay Post Offic-e, for the week ending March 12th, 1872 : — Pefer Anderson, J H Armitage, Geo Allipon, Mr Billing, J H Cooper, Thos Calthrope (2), John Campbe!!, Jas Cunningham, A Chittenden, John D.-iwuie, Wm Dtly. Win Elliot (2), C Frank*, Job a Gray (4), Mrs Grosnick, PRL Gaggin, Simon Harris, Edward Huie (2), A A R Innes, G W Johnston, J B Kelly, J II Kay, R O L-mon (2), George Madden. Peter Meehan. Geo Owen? worth, Culville Smith, Eliza Smith, R Smith, Geo Sprowle, W G Thompson, W Whtie, James Williams. P- stage and Dtuy Sfamps i»r sale at the Post Office, Hay, R. S. Arnott, Postmaster. NOTICE. WE, the undersigned, have this day entered into GO-PARTNERSHIP, at Hay, in the business of Merchants, Genf.rel Stcrbk keepers, Stock, Station, and Commission Agekts, and Auctioneers, nnder the style and firm of Blewett, and Co. As witness our hands, THOS. EDWARD BLEWETT. HEXRY BEAUMONT WELSH. Hay, March 2nd, 1872, 219-35 20,000 Yards of Excavation. ...

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ORIGIN OF FAMILIAR STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

ORIGIN OF FAMILIAR STORIES. Few persons are aware that many of the most popular nursery rhymes and stories have origins quite dif ferent from what is usually supposed. Thus it is generally thought that the ? ~ i? it C 1* ? 1 11 1. _ otuiy oi ^muereiia ' was invented by some one in a happy fit of imagi nation j but it is said to be founded on facts. The Greek historian and geographer, Strabo, says that one day, as a lady named Rhodops was bathing in the Nile, the wind carried away one of her sandals and laid it at the feet of the King of Egypt, who was then holding a court of justice in the open air, not far off. His curiosity was excited by the singularity of the event and by the elegance of the sandal, and he of fered a reward for the discovery of the owner of it. The lady claimed it, and it was found to fit her exactly. She was very beautiful, and the king married her. She is remem bered as ' the rosy -cheeked Queen,' and she lived 2000 years before the Christian era. The story of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

The Parliamentary Elections for New South Wales will soon be over, and the result will be a large majority against the Martin Ministry, and their demented Border Duties policy. May we hope that the policy of the Government that succeeds Sir James Martin and Mr. John Robertson will reverse the dicta of the expiring Cabinet ! We trust that we may not be deceived, because it is evident that the South Western people of New South Wales are m no mood to accept of half measures, in any attempt to redress their grievances. Merely accepting the offer of Victoria, and taking off the Border duties will not satisfy our wants. We must have more than this, and the district will not be contented — it cannot be said to be even an instalment of our rights. We are evidently in the beginning of a cycle of dty seasons — ?we ought to be prepared for the climate difficulties under which we shall have to labour. We live in an arid country, and for sometime successive years the vast plains that surround Ha...

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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

OPEN COLUMN. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of correspondents» In every case we require the name of tha writer, as a guarantee of good faith,, but not necessarily for publication.]

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

LOCAL NEWS. Balkan a ld. — On Thursday last Mr. J. J. Phelps was nominated as Member of Par liament for the district. There being no one else nominated, Mr. Phelps was declared duly returned. Supreme Court sittings at Albury on 10th, and Deniliquin on 22nd ApriL — Judge Fawcett. The Murrumbidgee steamer is on her way to Hay ; she was reported on this side Bal ranald about a week ago. Land Office, 7th March. — Cameron Beaumont selected 70 acres on Eerarbury Run, and George M*Leay selected 272 acres on Toganmain, after auction. ! Horse Stealing. — Mr. Sabine lost a race horse last January, he has got a clue to the animal at Sandhurst, and has gone to identify it. Insolvency. — Jonathan Allatt, of Denili quin filed his schedule on 7th February. First meeting at Deniliquin Courthouse on Monday, 18th March ; second meeting on 26th March. Sale. — Mr Butterwonh has sold, during the week gii allotment of land in the centre of the town to Mr Sorensen. Impounded atBoolig:il. — Iron -grey geld...

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BOOLIGAL. March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

BOOLIGAL. [fbom our own correspondent.] March 11. We have been, for the last four days, enjoying very healthy bracing weather; the nights: being realty cold, the sudden changes has caused several of us to complain of cold. The Wilcannia, Bourke, and Booligal mail IVffl. rimna infAnmc ma flm. uuuua^buij xixi v_j i atCj uiiuitus xxic tuau uio river Darling has attained a height equal to the highest level during the floods of 1870. It will be refreshing to the pastoral, tenants of the back country, after the late very decided, indications of a dry season, to know that all the lakes which are fed- by the Darling, are either filled, or are filling fast,. and the river, is still rising at Bourke. The Darling mail, which has alwaj's been remarkable for punctuality arrived here last night within contract time.. Thirty miles of ' the line had to be travelled through waters The mailman having to perform alternately, the feats of swimming, walking, and ' bullock ing.' The body of an unfortunat...

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HAY CUP ADJOURNED MEETING. Thursday evening 7th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

HAY CUP ADJOURNED MEETING. Thursday evening 7th March. Mr. James Macgregor took the chair. Mr. G. C. Loughnan read the minutes of previous meeting. Mr. Andrew moved that the Hay people give one cup, value £25, through the Hay Pastoral Association, to the best sheep (ram nr pwp! in t.hfi vn.rd at the forthcoming show. No one subscription to exceed 10s. Mr. Warby seconded the motion — he con sidered sheep the great animal of this district. Mr. J. Moore proposed as an amendment, that the cup be given to the best three 4 tooth i merino ewes in the yard. Only a few breed rams, all the sheep owners breed ewes — good ewes are the effect of good breeding. M r. F. Johns seconded the amendment. Mr. Warby said no one can breed good ewes without good rams ; every one can buy first-rate rams and improve his flocks; he moved a further amendment — that the cup be given to the best ram in the yard. Mr. G. Esplin seconded the further amend [ ment. | Last amendment carried, the only difference betwee...

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Arrival of the Californian Mail. SYDNEY. Saturday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

Arrival of &cau&rawl By Electric Telep-^i, ( FfiOM OUT£ OWN prtnTj, CO REts PO ND ENT/i SYDNEY. _ ^ Saturday, 9 n.m ^rornian Maii jr ^ j Arbitration between tlie United States and Great Britain dative to the Alabama difficulty was broken off. The United States claim comnmisfttinn ? i *» individual losses, but fe c,,ZnZ in pursuing the vessels built and fitted m England for the South. The i^nghsh Press criticise American claims with severity. Lord Chief Justice Cockburn oflicially counselled the Cabinet that -.ligland must immediately recede from the Washington treaty, leaving America to decide between a new treaty or war. Severs storms occurred amono the British Isles. & The Thames and other rivers ovei flowed, their banks, deluging the upper part of London, and whole villages in other parts. Tlie Prince of Wales is recovered. T lie ship America was burned at sea— eighty-seven lives were lost.

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SEPARATION OR ANNEXATION. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

SEPARATION OR ANNEXATION. PUBLIC MEETING. One of the largest and most influential public j meetings ever held in the town of Hay assem bled in the new hall of Tattersall's Hotel, ou j Wednesday evening, 6th inst., in response to j a circular from Albury, inviting an expression of opinion as to separation or annexation. Intense interest was manifested in the sub ject, ana tue result come to may oe talcen as the true state of feeling- hers at present. Mr Threlkeld, chairman of the Border duties Committee, occupied the chair; he said that he had called this public meeting in consequence of a communication sent by the Albury Riverine Redress Committee to the Hay Standard office ; he called upon Mr II. C. Vi vi a i n. Hon Secretary, to read the communication. It was to the effect that Albury people wished for annexation or separation, and requested Ha}' people to send delegates to Albury in April to decide upon what should be dona Along with the circular there was a draft petition to the...

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THE COMING RAGES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HAY STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

THE COMING RAGES. To the Editor of the Hay Standard.. oik, — Now that the time for the Hay Annaal Race Meeting is drawing near, matters in connec tion with the same are beginning to assume a brighter appearance than I have before seen in Hay, at a period so early before the event comes off. The number of horses that, are now located in and about the town, and those strange nags with whose presence we are sure to be favoured,, will coustitu'e the best race meeting that has ever been held on the Hay course. As the other races cropping up at easy travelling distances will induce such horses that may come over the Murray, to wend their way here, and finish the season by a trip to Balranald, as those races are always worth going to, notwith standing they have not as yet issued their programme. I have no doubt but that they will be quite up to the mark, with their Deniliquin friends, who have put forth a very ample bill of fare. There is now a new Jockey Club established here that will mo...

Publication Title: Hay Standard And Advertiser For Balranald, Wentworth, Maude, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 13 March 1872

' Up I Up, my friend and clear your look*! Whv all this 'toil and trouble? ? A LL those who are suffering from despondeney, f* mc-lauuholia, !osk of spirits, and pluck, who l-el tbat they are wasting and pining, and who are gradually getting weaker nnd weaker, from causes shey have not courage or desire to acquaint their family attendant with. In all such cases Mr L L SMITH feels it incumbenton himself to inform such unfortunate patients, that he has devoted bis life time to the study of these complaints, having been 8 pupil and assistant of the late Dr. Culverwell, of Loudon, who made these diseases his special practice. 1 In all those diseases relating aud pertaining to Married Life, and which make marriages a curse rather thnn a blessing, Mr L L SMITH can be con salted with tlie greatest certainty of success, and with the additional feeling that no chance can possibly occur of tiieir secret ever bejtig divulged. In cases of extreme Nervous Debility, where the patient feels that b...

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