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WAYS OF LIVING. DREAM WHICH MEANT DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

WAYS OK DBEA.M WHICH MEANT DANGEB. The ? Jewish World' gives a little story whioh dreamers of dreams would do well to note. ^ It seems that Cesare Calvi, while travelling on August 4 from Genoa to Legoano, iu Lombard?, and, being asleep in his carriage, he dressed of a collision in ths train. Tbe fear made him wake, and after opening the window he saw a goods train coming towards his train, bat without any danger of meeting. He mixed reality with vision, and to save himself from the supposed ptril, ha jampsd down through the window. .People Thoagfct it an attempt at suicide. Fortunately enough, he had no savete injury from the experience, and doctors declared him to be well within a week.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Cable News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

General Cable News. A violent article published by M. Henri Rochefort in his . journal 'L'Intransigeant' in connection. with the case of Commandant Cuignet, who was recently sentenced to GO days' detention in a fortress for hav ing referred to secret War Office documents during tlie debate on the Amnesty Bill in the Chamber of Deputies, has evoked from Captain Dreyfus an appeal to the Government to have a fresh inquiry held into his case. Captain Dreyfus declares that he will never rest until he has secured tlie legal recogni tion of his innocence. Colonel Piquart, who under went a long term of imprison ment and was removed from the army because of his advo cacy of justice for Captain Dreyfus, has written to M. j Waldeck-Rousseau, the Pre mier, declaring that he rejects the amnesty granted by the j bill recently passed by the 1 Legislature to nprsons coniiec- I ted with the Dreyfus case. He demands a judicial re habilitation, and declares that nothing short of that will satis fy him...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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A BEAUTY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

A BEAUIY SHOW. In London lately a beauty show was held at one of the Bast End music halle* and brought together a crowded attendance of critical epectatow. The competitors, 18 in numbtr, who belonged to the work* girl class, were arranged asated ia a semi* circle | on the eiage, acd the jury who were to awara rue goiutn. appie were nacurauy ana prcperly formed cf ycuag men. The prize ou this occasion tnoK the form of a gold watch, aud the Venus to whom it was awarded was a vtry prettf factory girl, acd t?beu the verdict wai made known * the goes' expressed theie ooncurrsuce and approval by loud applause. A young lady I who wae adjudged worthy of the second i prize receivec a very fine hat, and tlio third 1 in order was coa&oled by a good sealskin bag. !

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Commonwealth. ODE FOR COMMONWEALTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

The Conintonwea Hli. 'ODE FOR COMMONWEALTH DAY. The adjudicators appointed by the Premier to decide who was entitled to the prize of 50 guineas offered for the best ode composed for Commonwealth Day were Mr. Justice Owen, Mr E. Du Faur (president of the Art Gallery) and Mr Alexander Oliver, B.A. (presi dent of the Land Appeal Court). After a careful perusal of a large number of compositions, they unhesitatingly se lected an ode sent in by Mr George ! Essex Evans, of Toowoomba. The ode I is as follows : — Awake ! Arise ! The wings of dawn Are beating at the Gates of Day ! Tlie morning star has been withdrawn, Tlie silver vapours melt away ! Rise royally, O sun, and crown The shoreward billow, streaming white, The forelands, and the mountains brown, With crested light ; Flood with soft beams the valleys wide, The mighty plains, the desert sand, Till the New Day has won for bride Tills Austral land ! Freeborn of Nations, virgin white, Not won by blood, nor ringed with steel, Thy throne...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY TATTERSALL'S MEETING. [By TELEGRAPH.] FIRST DAY. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

SYDNEY TATTERSALL'S MEET ING. [By Telbohapii.] First Da v. Sydney, Saturday. Hurdle Race — Oberon 1, Pebble 2, John Rid 3. Hopetoun Stakes — De Aar 1, St Gatien 2, Aerasia *, Sepia *. * Dead heat. Juvenile Stakes — Malaga 1, Newry 2, La Blaize 3. Carrington Stakes — Fulminate 2, Gameboy 2, Jenny Moore 3,

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Where Andree was Lost. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

Where Anriree was Lust. At the meeting of the An thropological Society at Stock holm, Dr. Erkholm stated that if the buoys containing no communication are taken into account, it must be assumed that the Andree expedition was lost somewhere in the Barents Sea. The grounds for this supposition are that, as Captain Svedensbo rg thinks the buoys have never contained any communication. Con sidering how firmly the buoy last found was screwed up, it is difficult to believe that natural forces could have unscrewed the others. Most likely, there fore, the buoys reached the sea when the expedition had to suddenly leave the balloon in consequence of some unfortu nate accident. Dr. Erkholm considers it not unlikely that a further written communica tion will be found, as there are still eight buoys to be accoun ted for. Professor De Geer, who also spoke, considers that natural forces could hardly have unscrewed the buoys, but he thinks tliat the firmness with which the buoy last found was screwe...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Licensed Victuallers, Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

Licensed YfrinaHcrs, Racing Club. | A committee meeting of the above club was held at Mr- J. Lawson's Car tiers' Arms Hotel on Friday evening, when there were present : — Messrs. J. Dillon (Vice-President), H. Heinz, G. | Allman, T. Jhonston, J. Jones, T. i Mclntyre, A. Causey, J. Lawson, and G. A. Miller (lion, sec.) Mf. T. F. Patterson, of Ulonga station, wrote wishing the success of the club, but declining to take the office of President. It was decidedthat the resignation be accepted with regret, and that Mr. Patterson be thanked for his well wishes. Mr. Allman moved that Mr. J. Lawson be elected President. Mr. Jhonston seconded, and it was carried. Mr. Lawson thanked the club for his election. Whilst holding the posi-. tion he would do, as he would always have done had he not been elected, his best for the club. Mr. Allman, on behalf of the can vassing committee, reported that Mrs. Patterson (Tattersall's) had dona ted £5 5s, and Mrs. Halbish (Crown Hotel) £3 3s. It was decided...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Mr. F. V. Selous at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

I Kir. F. U. Sclous at Home. . After thirty years wander ing in four continents, Mr Frederick Courteney Selous, that 'mighty hunter and most picturesque of writers, settled in the Guildford district.' * Al pine Lodge, Worplesdon, the, pleasant .country house where he resides, possesses great at tractions for naturalists and lovers of his books, containing I as it does some remarkably fine | examples of big game., Housed j in a specially constructed , museum, they invite visitors from all parts of England, as I well as many foreigners. Over two hundred ..exhibits hang round the walk, 'embracing the larger South African mamma lia and excellent types of buffa lo, elk, and deer. The king of beasts, shot in the Hartley Hills, South Africa, occupies the place of honour in the cen ' tre ; but this is only arepresen jtative of the many lions killed i by Mr Selous. At least ? a I dozen heads are there, and in close proximity the skin of a noble animal given to the hun ter by Lo Bengula. The ...

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 — 31 December 1900

Sporting. [By Sterling.] The new racc club is making great strides. The club is already wdrth £100. . . ! The shooting season has opened briskly. The protection afforded game up to last Saturday week had splendid results. During the holidays several parties went out. and secured large hauls. Sixties and forties arc the usual bags. Frank Darchy left for Maryborough yesterday morning to compete in the athletic events. This plucky young ped is in good 'nick' at pit-sent, and we hope that he will give a good ac- ( count of himself. Clamorous has been weighted at 11.0, for the hurdle race at the V.R.C. Meeting to-morrow. The V.A.T.C. lost about £75 over t'-ieir meeting on Wednesday. Tlie Idler after a short spell has been put into work again.

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 — 31 December 1900

Throat Affections and Hoariene$s,~-X\\ tuffcrmg from irritation of the throat and j koarseneis willbe agreeably surprised at the almost immediatp relivf afforded by the use of'Brown'H Bronchial Troohes. These anions 14 lozengea' are now aold by roost vespectablechemista inthN oountry at le, | l(d per box. People troubled with a ?hacking cough,' a 'alight oold, ' or1 kronobial affections, cannot try them too ?9-n, as similar trouVles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonaryand Aatbmatic affections. See that the words - ?'Brown's BronebialTroehes 'are on tb« Government Stamp around each box.— Manufactured by John I. Brown and Son Boston, United State-*. European Depo Fairinedon Boad t.oolr* Valuable i-i«coMr^/or the ffatr.— lfyom heir is turning grey or white, or falling off*, use 11 The Mexican Hair Uenewer, * for It toilf positt«elyrM-or in every care Grey or White hair toils original -olor withoulleav. ing the disagreeable smell most 'Ltestorero I i\ make* tfae hair ob&...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Letter from the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

Letter from the Front. I The following interesting letter from Trooper Sadler, written to the Mayor (Mr Miller) has been generously lent us for publication : — ' Bloemfontein, Dec. 1, 1900. To Mr/ filler— Deif Sir. — Just a few lines to let you knowthat I am in the land of the living yet and have also seen and hod plenty,pf fighting since I last wrote you. We have had a pretty rough time of it, as we have been chasing the Boers'ever since we came in touch with them,' but have had only two good fights, as they won't stand. They take a position and have a few shots, and thety- 'go like the devil. It is very difficult country to follow them in, and another ad vantage they have is that their horses are used to the .country, and Are good goers. Why you can't get near them, and all you have to do is to chase them and fire at thein re treating. ..If they make a stand at all they always get a smashing up. They are roaming about the country in bands of 100 up to 500, with only light Capo car...

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 — 31 December 1900

Joshuas Boomerang Brandy. XX ADDITION TO THE Many awards rcccived in Public Competition is the Appreciation Shown by the Isssuc ot a Eoyal Warrant to Supply Boomerang Brandy To tbe Households of H.M. The Queen, Prince of Wales, and the Duke of York. T. C. WILLIAMS COMPANY, The Manufacturers of ' Welcome Nugget,' ' Victory,' and ' Diadem' Brands GUARANTEE the 41 Wealth of Nations' Brand, To be MA1HC of the HIGHEST GRADE AMERICAN LKAF TOBACCO. ? ' Wealth of Nations' is Worthy of a Trial. ? A Waterbury Keeps Time. TIME IS MONEY! fe'. v' THEREFORE- I; A WATERBDRY W ATCH MAKES MOXEV. BELI.4HLE, ACCURATE AND LOW PRICED. _ 2S S. HOFFHPNS & CO. 'S' Sydney & Brisbane THE HAY WOOL & SKIN CO. LACHLAN-STREET, HAV, Gr. II. COTTKELL (Auctioneer) Liberal Cash Advances ! Estate?, House Property or Tmin Allotments. Live Stock, Furniture and Effects, Sheepskins, and &U Stutiou Produce, Oil llaiul for Sale or Hire. V\8fipnnf, Sulkies, Drovers1 blunts, Harness, Horses, P...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Over at the West. HAYITES DOING WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

Over at the West. HAYITES DOING WELL. Mr Walter Donohoe, late of Hay, writes to Mr Leslie S. C. Robertson (President of the Hay Half-Holiday Association) and the members, a very interesting letter, dated Perth, Decern-: ber 16, 1900. It is as follows : ? -noaouot you will tlnnk that I have forgotten you all, but such is not the case ; as I could hardly forget such a body of loyal friends as' the Half Holiday Assoiation iu good old Hay Concerning my trip over — I had fairly good time. On leaving Hay I enjoyod my eighty miles coach ride to Pemliquin. Mr Alexander, I think one of your worthy members, kept us all alive during the trip to Deniliquin. I put in Sund# night there (atter de^ livering my charge Master Allan Rawnsley over to his cousin) doing the block. While strolling round I met an old Hay resident, Mr Wilt the policeman, he being on his way to Bro ken Hill. So you see I had good pro tection as far as Melbourne tlie jipx^ day. Wlten yoqng Jaclf Heyhoe saw * the big city ljc ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE RIVERS. December 29, MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

THE RIVERS. DcccavbcrSO. I McrrumbidG*e»£. Hay, 1ft 3in, falling | Waggn, 2ft 2iu falling Gundagai, 3ft ^ J Karrandera, 7ft 4i» *- Laciilak j Bouligal, 5ft 2 n - 1 December 31. j Mdrrumdidgee. ' Hay, Ift Jin ' GumUgai, 2ft 9*m 1 Wugga, 2ft lin Lacuuk. B K)ligal, 5ft 3in, falling H;ll8tou, 4ft din . Euubilong, 2ft 8in

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WHAT IS YOUR OPINION? [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

WHAT IS YOUR OPINION? ' Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled, Scots wham Bruce has often led. Welcome to your gory bed.' So runs Burns' famous war ode — a song of battle which has been quickened in the recollections of maay owing to the great braverj and heavy losses of Scot tish regiments in South Afric?,. It is a matter of astonishment how opinions differ on this stern hymn of war. I Said Carlyle, ' It should be 6ung with tbe throat of the whirlwind, for it is tho best that was ever written by any pen/ On the other hand, Wordsworth, when asked for his opinion, replied, ' Over rated \ trash — stuff — miserable inanity \ Without a thought ! Without an image!' Then the poet recited the piece in a tone of unutterable scorn, and concluded with ' Wretched stuff !' There is a slight disagreement in criticism here. Perhaps we had better reach down our Burns and decide for ourselves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

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Fungus Disease in Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

FuDgus Disease in Wheat. I Mr. D. M'AIjiine, Govern ment vegetable pathologist, reports the outbreak of a fun gus disease in a wheat-field in South Australia, which, if it spreads, will cause serious loss to farmers. The symptoms are wheat plants here and there throughout the crop going 'oft' rather suddenly. The head colours, but there is no grain in it, or if any, it is shrivelled. At the base of the stem ad joining the roots there is a blackening caused t-y the fun gus, which also extends to the roots, and destroys them. Al though the stem remains up right, it dies prematurely, be cause the roots are killed, and the grain is not developed, owing to the absence of nourish ment. This crop was manured with superphosphate and bone dust, but the disease also ap peared in an adjoining un manured crop. The trouble is worse in the heavier crops. The fungus has been known in Germany since 1894, and it also occurs in France, Italy, and Great Britain, but it has not hitherto made its appear...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

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UNIQUE IN ITS WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 31 December 1900

UNIQUE IN ITS WAY. There has just been constructed for river purposes an immense dredge, which is claimed to be the largest in existence. It has a capacity of 4,000 cubic yards of sand, gravel and clay, ot similar material per hour, and this can be discharged 700 feet distant. It is 214 feet long and 01 feet wide. It can excavate a channel 80 feet wide and 14 feet at one cutting. The fuel employed in working the dredgo is naphtha.

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