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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 April 1895
Tho llurrumbidgee Turf -|felub ' hold its* autumn meeting on Wednesday. The Grong Grong Raoes take place ou the lOthV . - ' ^Waggaund Grong Grong weights, appear ^^^youn^Waramlera sportsman, of an ia ventive tum'of ininii, u about to patent a. flying itmchiue, which be holds will do away with stiff running and fpui riding. The car iu which the man in charge of the nmoliiua sits, I am given ti- understand, is to be tb» shape of d gla:e jav, which is to be the look out tower. Bob Thomas lias double' and straight-out, books 'open on the lioncaster Handicap and SydnoyCup. ,. '- ? ? ? . ?? 'St. Andrew's'1 Consultation of -600 at 5 op. N;i,C. TTandioap is filliug, rapidly, .and; those desiring an interest should make early applioaj.ion. , . '.' '- , , Harry .Wren, our crack till round cricketer! informed me that be did not iu-.* tend W pUy cricket any more ' this _Vear,' as heVus^going in, for p.ilo. Surely Harry' ' will alter bjs inihd, and help hi» )OonivaJo_B , to try'h'.id win one of ...
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 April 1895
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. (BiJ.A.) The Reid Government has a splendid facility for shocking the right-thinking per son, by reason of the character of tue legislation it introduces. Tiie latest tiling it h;i3 fired off at a terror-stricken colony is the Trades Disputes Conciliation and Arbi tration Bill, which is being visrorouslv de nounce! ou the higher planes, of our social and ilidusttijl system, whilst rapturously welcomed onthelower. Itisimprol.able,even if it become law, which is unlikely, that it will, justify either the fears or the hosaunas. It is clearly recognised, even' in the most radical quarters, that whilst it is possible to have compulsory arbitration, it is impossible to enforce an effective award against cither of the parties. The purpose of the Bill, as I understand it, is in the case of protracted industrial disputes, to inquire into the rights and wrongs of the matter, and to let the public know wore cle.irly than it it can ever learn from partisan sources, where and in...
[?] STOCK REPORTS. [?] CHES, [?] CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 April 1895
^^?l^GS REPORTS. [?] &V'r -' ,«O^uytonptt^TS§BU!3Avillt!(e»o:itb BSwf *' 'J** i«o»L«tin in the iliifd Smiilay flt *'n.ni, ?-?.,,- , t-a WeJtlai;*^ fiiJy,atiiVs*J; e.arnl l\ a.m. '' u-. ,L- -wnrSMSr»&sh's!iCp^fiFsnu3ay in the pS^;^^^y^/-p«ai^Pifc:^-.in, f ' 3rd S4»;5''''lwl?B^^^^ro^?$^^- ' - ? MmiS 't'S ??*; MpAit^ »Hi bo h(£a i^t^yoijs,iicci:riJi3» ggs' ... .-?, f- -^'f:-:* .-' V- ?' ' ?'; On*ft^Ej^»41n. lucn mbeu t.
THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 April 1895
THE MAILS . Following are t le timesot the arrivals and departure of mails at and from the local post office. To the times of HrrivaU has to be added the time takes in torlisg : — ? MAILS ABBIVE. From Sydney. Melbonrue, 3 unee, W-igfrn, Wagga, Coolamon, Groug Giong, Devlin's Siding, Albury, Boggy Cnek, and T.P.O, No. 3 at 11.45 a.m. daily (Snndays excepted), rtom nay, ormgaaee, uarcauiooi, Darlington, Vanoo, and CTiiitton, at 3.10 p.m. daily (Sundays excepted). From Jerilderie, Urana, Morundah, ha. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11.45 a.m. . FromDarlington Point, Tubbo.- Gillcnbah, &c. on Wednesdays, Fridays, aud Sundays at 2 p.m. From Rook, Jackson's Walerhelcs, Bul lenbomr, Birrego, &o. on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 9.30 p.m. From Morundah, Yarraliee, Cndrlell, tj Mondays and Thursdays at 2 p.m. . From Mount Crystal anrl Fyfe'u Mill on Wednesdays and Saturdays Rt 10 a.m. From Barellftu, Bolero, Bynya, Colinroohio Mumbledoolj South Yalgogrin on Monday and ...
READ THE EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 April 1895
BEAD THE EVIDENCE. Mrs Edith Johns, Kelson, New Zealand, who writts:— I am glad to he able to add my testimony, an:l thanks to you fjr the' great benefit I have received from your Tonic. About two years ago I got very thin a»i) pale, and Ivi'i a' fearful pain in my chest, which increased so that I could not stand upright. I saw a doctor who said m/ lungs were weak, he gave me some medicine and said I must not go oat in the night nil', but instcid of getting better tI gradually got worse, aud 1 was glad enough uot to have to go out at nil, but lie down all day. Tins went on fir months, aud. people called it indigestion; aud oue day a friend reconi ineuiied CJcments Tooic, which I commenced takiug at ouce, and before the first bottle was finished I felt better,,. and after the second was as Well us ever ; I could walk any distance, people that know me say I am a different girl, aud a good advertisement for Clements Tonic. To day I would not he without it, and I only hope this will ind...
PARLIAMENT. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 April 1895
PARLIAMENT. Tuesday. Iu flic Legislative Assembly, The third- reading of the Kight Hours Bill was moved by Mr Sehey, and after ds ciBsion the debate was adjourned until Tuesday, April 9. It was i-esolved that the House should meet at 1.30 p.m. on Friday iu each week. The Reserves Declaratory Bill wiis re ceived from the Legislative Conucil with amendments, and the amendments were agreed to. The Trades Disputes Conciliation and Ar bitration Act. Amendment Bill was brought in ami read the first time. A motiou, affirming the expediency of constructing the Jerilderie Beiriiran railway: was agreed to, and Mr Price'* proposal that the betterment principle should be applied to the land served by the railway was rejected by 3S votes to 6. V Wednesday. In the Legislative Council, The Land Bill was further discussed in committee, anil progress made up lo clause 18. - In the Legislative Assembly, Mr Reid, iu replv to a question , said £500 had beeu allowed to Mr Eddy for ex penses. The secoiiB...
BANKRUPTCY COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 29. Before Mr L. S. Donaldson, District Registrar. EXAMINATION OF JOHN DALE. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 2 April 1895
BANKBUPTCY COURT. Friday, March 29. Before Mr L. S. Donaldson, District Registrar. EXAMINATION OF JOHN BALE. An examination, under .Sec. 30, of John Dale, bankrupt was held. Mr Wilions appeared for the Official Assignee ; Mr, Robertson for George Jeriom ; Mr Wren for the bankrupt. John Dale, the bankrupt, saiil lie owned the hay inarc Black Points, branded CF over D on ne/tr shoulder at one time. It was about July 23, 1895. He sold her to Mr(J. Jerrom for £8, who gave him the money and took possession at his s'ore in Bust-street, Nirandera. Jerrom kept her at bis private house. Witness got the loan of the mare two or three days after. He had the mare about a week. He got the mai-e hack again, but he returned her to, Mr Jcrtom before he filed th« shedule. He was surn the mare was not in his posne-siou wlien he became .bankrupt*. Hk thought it was about July. The mare was in his pos se-sion up to the lime of the sa e which was on January 22, ]89!-. Mr Manning came to him ab n't some h...
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 9 April 1895
SYDNEY JOTTINGS. (By. J. A.) A lot of work has been done in Parliament during the week, but there have been no aenB&tion&l episodes. A special providence seems to be keeping watch and ward over the Local GovernmentBill — from the Govern ment point of view. In my lost lotter I related how the Government bad been ad vantaged to the extent of probably a week Vv t.hn nnexnected slitminc through of the L second reading of the bill whilst Mr Kidd ^b was playing dominoes 'Upstairs. To a ^B smaller degree similar elioes of luck have ^K occurred since the Bill has been in coin ^H nrittea. Two or three 'contentions clauses ^^L happened to slip through while the member ^H who purposed making an onslaught upon ^^K them was momentarily absent from the ^H Chamber. Included amongst these clauses, |BK was the- one relating to endowments, to cm mr - gider whioh it is extremely likely an attempt will be made to recommit the Bill. The whole Bill, with the exception of same half dozen c...
THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 9 April 1895
THE HAILS Following are txe timesot the arrival* and! departure of mails at and from the local poBt office. To tho times of nrrivab hu to be added tbe time taken in sorting : — MAllSABBrfE. From Sydney, Melbourne, Junee, Wigga. Wagga, Coolaroon, Grong Grong, Devlin's Biding, Albury, Boggy Craek, and T.P.O, No. 3 at 11.45 a.m. daily (Sundays excepUd), From Hay, Bringaeee, ? Carrathool, Darlington, Yanco, and Whitton, at 3.10 p.m. daily (Sundays exbepted). Prom Jerildorio, Urana, Uornndan, to. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11.45 a.m. FroinDarlington Point, Tubbo. Gillcnbali, &c. on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sunday* at 2 p.m. From Book, Jackson's Waterh»les,v,Bul lenbohg, Birrego, &o. on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 9^80 p.m. ' ? ? ? ' From llorundali, Varrabee, Cnddell. &J Mondays and TharsdayB at'2p.m. . From Mount Crystal and Fyfe'e llill on Wednesdays and. Saturdays at 10 ft.ni. From Bitrellan, Bolero, Bynya, ColinronHie Mumbledool, South Yalgogrin o...
M.T.C. Autumn Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 9 April 1895
M.T.C. Autumn Meeting. Trial Stakrs.— Six furlongs. Austin .., ... .:. ? 1 Rweet Rosa ... ... 2 Wuler ? 3 Time, lmin. 18eec. Bdbdle Uace,— Two miles. Lucy ... ... ... 1 Hands Up ? 2 Exchange ... ... 3 Time, 4roin Gsec. Authms Handicap.— One mile. Ilaste-to-tlio-Weddiug ... 1 llenangle ... ... 2 Oncin ... ... ... 3 Time, lmin 45sec. Selui.q Rack. — Six furlongs. Token ... ... ... 1 Hands Op ... ... 2 Fiiirpluy ? 3 Time, lmin 21«ec. Ladies' Bag.— Seven furlongs. Men Culpa ... ... 1 Dudley ... ... ... 2 Austin ? 3 Time, lmin 31 sec. Farewell Handicap.— Six furlongs. Qnalta ? 1 Lady Plios'n ... ... 2 Tokon ? 3 Time, lmin I7«ec.
Topping the Century. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 9 April 1895
Topping the Century. The following batsmen have pas«cd the eoiilmy this season in iniercolwiial marches and eleven OBide contests with the Euglish men : — A. C. Maclart-u (England v. Victoria) ... 228 A. Ward (England v. South Atistralij) 219 S. Gregory (Austra'iu v. England) .. 201 A. E. Stoddart (Kngland v. Australia)... 173 G. Giffen (Aus ralia v. England) ... 161 H. Trott (Victoria v South Aus!ralia)... 152 C Hill (South Australia v, England) *150 A. E. Stoddart (England v. Australia)... 149 A. E. Stod'art (England v. Queensland) 149 F. Iredale (Australia v. Englanl) . . 140 J. T. Brown (England v. Austr.Ua- ... 140 J. Lyons (Victoria v Siiuth Australia)... 135 *. lre-tale(«.S.W. v. Wugtancl) ... 1S3 A. C. Mac'aren (England v. Australia) 120 3. Darling (South Australia v. England) 117 A. Ward (England v. Australia) ... 117 J. T. Brown (E.igland v. N.S.W.) ... 117 Chas Ei'dy (Tosmani* v. Victoria) ... 116 J. T. B own ( ICnglaud v. S. Australia) 1 IS Chas. Eady (Tasmonia v. Victor...
WEATHER NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 9 April 1895
WEATHER NOTBSL Mr L. -S. Donaldson kindly aupplies the following weather notes for March, 1895 : In March, 1895, 107 points on 3 wet days „ „ 1894, 429 „ j, 8 „ „ Total roinfall lines Jan. 1,1895, 531 „ „ 10 „ „ „ „ 1894,758 „ ;, 17 „ „ „ „ ' 1893, 30 „ „ 6,,, „ „ gj|jjkl89l,906 „ „ 13 „ „ : [I ' .1888,' 418: ly ' 9 ' ',; 'Mean maximum shade' temperature, 90° ; highest, 104° on the 15th. ?-„ ? . . . , : -, 1890 '90 3«r? Meatrniioimvmi tamporature under veran. dah, 67°-; lowest, 43° on 19th. Yoar Max. tem. under verandah Lowest 1894 '. 61 49 1893 81 Si 1892 63 J53 1891 81 82 . PcevaUin^wjndjflaBtvonlTdavs, : ? NonnNd more d«Uoiotu,- or he'tietj.'Ioi;: Childcoo, thatt:^ Amott'a Mjlt , Arrowroot! BJnouJt*,'; ?, :,.; ?? ??.-''.r- ,^jyJ
THE RABBIT CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 9 April 1895
THE RABBIT CONFERENCE. The two most practical det*rmiua tio'is arrived at by tbe Rabbit Con ference were that the work of coping with tbe p«st should be vested in the hands of^Iocal boards, aud that the State sh|Ud at once take upon itself fVin dlcdBrrrfi nf ohlicatioas so loan ignored, bjr energetically djalin^ withju^^upied Crown lauds T^hich JU^i^Hfcd- an-^ ^-y assisting land ^vn^mP wire net their holdings. T^be^^^^ty of the delegates favored the local Stock Boards as the con trolling district authorities, and those who did not look kindly on the pro posal that those bodies should take up the work had no more potent ob jection to the Boards (han that an tbry were at present constituted they represented too exclusively one class of landholders — which, it was feared, might lead to unsatisfactory adminis tration from the point of view of him whom we call ' the small man.' A glance at the voting basis for the election of Stock Boards, howeTer, and attaching due weight to the fact th...
Cricket. The Book v. Greens Gunyah. [Newspaper Article] — Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser — 9 April 1895
Urlcket. The Book y. Greens Gunvah. A cricket match between the above teami took place at BnllenhonK tin Saturday, 30th Moron, when The R-ck proved the victo s by 2 runs after u. very pleasant day's sport. Tbe following are the scores :— ] ut Rock.— 1st. Innings. King, c Low , b D y ? 10 Kimber, e Herbert, b Low ? 12 Jiaker, c Herb rt, t- Jackson ? 1 Ashcrofr, b Jickuoa ? 5 Noonan, b Low . ? 3 G. Perry, b Low ? 12 S. Perry, run out ? 3 T. Rea, run out ? 0 Sheedy, b Jacksou ? 2 O'Kecfe, not cit ? 4 F. Pe ry, c Low, b Jackson ? 0 Sundries ? 7 Total ! ? ... 59 Second Innings, O'Keefe, c Low, b Jackson '.. ... 2 S. l'eiry, c Low, b Day... ? 3 KinR, bButlrr ? 7 G. Perry, e Low, b Day ? 3 Noouan, h Day ? 7 Baker, 0 He--bert, b Day ... .« 3 Ashcroft, bDay . . ' ? 0 Kimber, c and b Jackson ? 14 Sheedy, c Low, b Day ? 1 Rea, run out ? 10 F. Perry, not out... ? 0 Sundries ... ? 8 Total ? 70 GbeessGitn-yah.— 1st Iuniugs. Fra^er, 0 Rea, b Kimber ? 0 Butler, run out ? 0 Jackson,, b Noouan ? 0 'J...