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An Old Identity. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

An Ohl Identity. An old identity of the N.S.W. Far West has just disappeared. There was a time when there used to be water pretty often in the Dar ling river and the Talyawalka Creek at Wileannia ; and in those days, too, when there were no bridges, the inlands fattened tens of thousands of cattle tor tne ooutnern mar kets. To get a mob over a flooded stream was beyond most drovers ; for the brutes would let the stream turn their heads, and then the chances were they would begin circling — and that was Gehenna! So a 1 bushman, a splendid horsemen, J. E. Burgess, set to work to . train a cow and a bullock for the work of leading the mob across. He speyed a cow | which had a bull-calf at foot, I and the latter was eucouraged 1 to seek liquid comfort from his mother whenever he was in I trouble. First the cow, tied to a boat, was got to the other side of the river ; then the suck ing bullock was placed at the head of the mob and invited to get to the cow aud the liquid refreshment afor...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIVERS. January, 3. MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

Tnii RIVERS. January. 3. Murbumbidgee. Hay, 11 in] I Gundagai, 2ft Gin Wagga, 1ft 1 lilt

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Carrathool Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

Can-ntliool Racc Heeling. Carrathool was en fete on Inaugura tion Day, the principal item on their programme of celebration being the Race Meeting. Every matter of de tail was carried out in an admirable manner, and the races were a great suc cess. The varieus officials worked hard to promote that end, and the re sult was fully commensurate with their efforts. Fine weather, large atten dance, good horses and good racing, all combined to assist them. Following are the results : — Maiden- Plate. T. Mclntyre's Uncle Sam ... 1 C. Campbell's Victim ... ... 2 W. Humphries' Birthday ... 3 Gogeldrie ran fourth. Maiden Hack Race. G. Ashcroft's Dawn ... ... 1 Athens 2, West Lvnne 3, and Kate i. Caphathool J. C. Handicap. F. Lavender's Audacious, 8st 21b 1 A. C. Edwards' Kaffir Girl, 7st 41b 2 A. D. Walker's Moonlight, 9st 71b 3 Other starters — M. Dodd's Happy Moments 9st, and A. Mclnnes' Latch key Sat 41b, Selling Race. C. Campbell's Victim ... ... 1 Only one starter. Howlono Handicap. H. Sm...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE YANKO CUTTING. HEIGHT OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

THE YANKO CUTTING. Height i.r Wateii. I I The f-») low iiii; is the ultici'il ^nnge reading at the Yanko Creek, across fc:ie j cutting from i hu Murruinhidoee ltivir — Mui t'j. December — JanUHiy-. D*y D«te ft. in. Wednesday 2tf 1 ? ' 8i Thursday 27 17 F'iJay 2S 1 7 Saturd y 29 1 G Sund«y 30 16 Monday 31 14 Tued'lay I 1 Jami.s E Coates. Curetaker.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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MONSTER PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

MONS^It BJGiJie. Pn rfqes4fty (New Ye^rs }y), t)?p plliltjiBP wprp treated |-o ji irionste): picnii) in n paddock kjndly ipnt Uy ijr, 5«s, Danahno, Tho loofti flplpbratjons committee had made a point of stamping in the memory of the young folk the grave importance of the in ception of a great national epoch in the history of the entire world. Well the committee succeeded in a most substantial manner. At about 8.30, children began to assemble 011 the square in front of tho ' Riveriua Times' office, where they were to meet to be taken to the picnic ' ground about Jt mjlps 'up the river. The £rqnm t if rrangenjen ts 1 ivpre simply ftdmiratyoj ani) notit|io least troubjq, Mlftflt'e very 'geqei'qijs pjfcre of willing people to convey the children, was found in. finding accommodation. ? The Mayor, the Very Hew Father O'Connell, and Mr R. Gibson, who were later on joined by other commit teemen, were on the scene at an early hour, and assisted, hy many willing hands, safely loaded the large...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

THE WEATHER. I Fine generally, west to south wind?, aa ; early return to hot uious--iiial conditions.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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THE PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

THE PROCESSION, On Monday, the last day of the | nineteenth century, and whioli day 1 onded the petty strifes of neighbour^ ing States, Hay was en fete, Front early morn, people bedecked their business and private houses with flags and lanterns, and in the evening the town truly presented a gay sight. Ten j o'clock was the time for assembling j at tlie ground from which the proces sion would start, but so soon as dusk set in people began to crowd into Laclilaii-street. This street was effec tively decorated with flags and lanterns and fairy lamps. Tlie publicans, the banks, and tlie larger stores were mainly responsible for a display, but all contributed according to their ability. By nine o'clock the street was crowded. Whilst tlie older people fired off expensive fireworks and colored lights from their premises, young children blazed away with their crackers ip fj.ll directions. On all sides the jscpnpwas ^ njojjt Iiyely qyjp. IJorse; men, attirijd as' stockiftgn, ii-i-]e rccV le$...

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 — 3 January 1901

By Train. Gunuar and Hillston, via Cnthdhooli arrive Monday, Wednesday, ood Friday. 515 p.m.; cloae Tuesday, Tburadiy^ and Silurday, 8.20 a.m. . ? Carrathool, Bringagee, DirHngtoQ Rail way station, Whitton, Narundera, Opola* won, Juuce, Wagga Wagga, Albury, T.P.O. (No. 3, south), Sydney. Melboarnc atrivo rdaily cxcept Suuday. 5 15 p.m. ; oloees daily «Kdept Suuday, 8.20 a.m. Jcrifdene, arrive Tuesday, Thursday abd Saturd«yt 5.15 p m ? closes Tuesday, ThUn* day nod Saturday, 8.20 a.ro, Prilled and pnl. Hrtlied by dolin Andrew, at - the Office of tho 11 Riverina Times, ffpy Btuu.lard* and Journal of Watek CoQtetrv»« tion,' Alma street, Hay, ia the «oiooy o ' 1 New South Wilts, .

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 — 3 January 1901

HAY POST OFFICE, ARRIVAL AK1) DKFARTURB OF MAILS. Bv Coaches, ounbar,i arrive ounday aua TliurFriAy, 5 pm,; .closes Wednesday and Saturday. 7.30 a.m Euragahah and Corrong, arrive Monday, 5 p.m. ; closes Sunday only S A.m. South Side, Darlington Point, arrive Sunday, Wednefjiiny ami Fridayi 5 p.m.; closes Tuesduy, Thursday and 7.30 a.m. Boorooban, Wanganella, Pretty Pine, Deniliquin, Melbourne, arrive dnily f^xccpt Monday) 7 a m;; clo&cs daily (except Sun day), 5.30 p.m. ; Hnliart (Tus ). Maud*-, Oxlcy, lUlranald, Wcnhiurlh, ariivft Tuesday, Thursday ao-t Satui»layt 7 a.m.; close Tuesday, Thursday aud Sat urday, G p.m. Booiigal, Beloclh, One Tree, arrive Mon* day, Wednesday and Friday, t- p,in. \ dose Tuesday. Thu^doy and Suturilny, 6 p.m. Moasui d and Ivanl oe, Wednesday and Friday, G p.m.; close Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, C p.m. Hifls'on, arrive Friday, 6 p.nv close Tuesday aud Saturday, 0 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 — 3 January 1901

UNCLE TC BY (VVNMWV^WWVWWWWWVWVVWWW AMERICAN LADIES ARE FAMOUS for their . fine figures and beautiful complexions. THIS IS OWING in a great measure to American Ladies having long recognised the great ; VALUE OF OAT FOOD as a Skin BEAU- i TIFIER, and in no country in the world has so much time, money, and skill been devoted ; to the perfecting of Oaten Food, until at* length the triumph of art and science is— UNCLE TOBY'S I ROLLED OATS WHIOH HOW STASDS FORTH A3 ' p One of the Marvels of this Wonderful Age. nH[W II [P |}*; The handsomest women and children in Australia with /W fti CHEEKS OF PEACH AND IVORY | wLtfeS&M are those who are large and continuous \ . users of Uncle Toby's Rolled Oats. | wvvna^vvvvvv^. Ij InnH V \ ri'i Graceful Girls, Lovely Women, AJw Robust Boys, Vigorous Men with | WJJS {flNAftp large brain powers are the results J| jSpa1' of a generous use of — UNCLE TOBY'S ROLLED OATS — — — — —— l^— Msa @sS3 -?: CLIFFORD LOVE & CO., Agents. ? j ANNIVERSARY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

| Write to .. . .j »l GEORGE STREET, 1 ) i »j . ? Sydney, J' — _ j ' I Catalogues and Prices f ,1 of their f 1 Pianos ij -AND- I Organsj 'l Nicholson & Co. can C 'j do MORE for you L 'l than any other firm C ?j in Australia, whether C i, for Cash or on Time . i| Payment. . j ® ® # ' J ? Write to ' Nicholson & Co. ? ! 3 i AgeuU for the BIVERINA' TIMES in -Sydney, Melbourne, ^Brisbane and Loudon? * iSocicty RELIGIOUS, 1'Hir.O-OPHICAr-, SCIENTIFIC. THIS Society hns been est aI»Ii* ? ficil for the i1iflti*i-»n of the PRINCIPLES «f PURE UNJISM, formulated by the great Atrccticnn I'hilusnplicr Dr. Robert J. Burns, author of 'The Psycho Harmonic Scieuti6i' aii'l ollifr vnluaUe works. Bt-yond its St i ictly Religious and Philoso (thici) uFpcct the Psychn-Hurmonic Society devoirs its jiitemfou to {he Healing of the Sick tiiiil Afflicted, and the Victor lali Branch strictly follows the lines laiti down hy l)i-. Burns, with whom it is in constant corres pondence. PSYCHO-HARMONI...

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Death of Lord W. Beresford. London, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

Doatli of Lurtl W. Bcrcsfonl. London, Dec. 28. The death its announced of Lord William Leslie de la Poer Beresford, aged 53. [Lord William Beresford who was the third son of the fourth Marquis of Waterford, and brother of Rear- Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, was aide-de-camp to the late Lord Lytton, Viceroy of India in 187 6-80, and was military secre tary to tlie three succeeding vicero3Ts, Lord Ripon, Duffer in, and Lansdowne, from 1882 to 1893. He was Lieutenant colonel in the 9th Lancers in 1890-94. In 1895 he married | the widow of tlie 8tli Duke ' of Marlborough, previously widow of Mr. Louis Hammers ley, a New York millionaire. As a sportsman, Lord William Beresford was well known in both India and England. In India he raced in his own in terest, and also in partnership with the Marajah of Patilia, whose death was reported a few weeks ago. Lord William was a great believer in the ex cellence of the Australian thoroughbred, at any rate as far as his adaptibility to the Indian...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

Fob I digestion' the Best Kemedy is ' uuilotibtedly Nohton's Camomii.k 1'u.i.s 1 Tlicy can confidently be recoinmemkd as ] beitp mild in operation and nhsolutcly fret | from injurious drugc. Actiugat once as a spleuiliil tonic and a gentle aperient. For ' nearly 100 years tliey have proved Un- ! epnallei1 for ImliRestion, Dyspq-sia, Sick i Headache, and for Liver and Stomach Com- ! plaints. Sold in bottles Is l^il, 2s Ud anil 11f, by all medicine vendors throughout the j world. A simple safe and certaiu remedy Valuable Discovery Jot the Hair ? ll vou I hair is turning grey or white, or fnljint ! off, use' The Mexican Utiir Keneirer, ' fcr j m.!'?' r0*itivc}y r'lor in every cate Grey or II hlte hair toi l* origin. 1 *o!or iriihoul leav ing the disagreeable Kmeii most 'itcstorera lt makes the hair charmingly beautiful as : veil as promct'ngthe growth of iNe haiVcr ' bear spots, where the glandsare not deeaj -J Ask your Cheniis. for ?' The Meiie.n Hair lienxwer,' sold bv '.nemista aod ...

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 — 3 January 1901

Weak. Exhausted. .When Recomtag from Sickness. Perhaps you have been very sick an i are not recovering so fast as you ex pected. Then we can help you, wc aro ?fcure. Our Sarsaparilla will make your blood pure and 'will give great strength to vour nervous system. His. Mary H. McShane, of 82 Har rington Street, Hobart, Tasmania, -fiends ibis ^ 'After rceovcring from a long attack of typhoid fever, 1 suffered from a poor anpetito and creat depression, and was so weak I could hardly walk. Having seen AYER'S Sarsaparilla advertised as en ch a tood blood-purifier and general tonic, I thought I 'would try it, I did * so, and 6oon my olti strength raJnr? war]/, lay ? njipetite returned, and before 1 had fmished tlie 6econd bottle I could do ull my work just as well as before.' Aycr's Pills arc the l»ept family laxative pill. They euro constipation, WlionanesF, sick lieaaaclic. ? ? Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mist., U. & A.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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AT LAST UNITED. "ONE FLAG, ONE PEOPLE, ONE DESTINY." COMMONWEALTH INAUGURATION—A MAGNIFICENT WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

AT LAST UNITED. 'ONE FLAG, ONE PEOPLE,: ONE DESTINY.'. COMMONWEALTH INAUGURA TION — A MAGNIFICENT WELCOME. The end of the nineteenth century has coine and gone, and Hay has seen its exit and befittingly welcomed the inconiing of the twentieth century, which brings with it the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth — the most auspicious occasion that any of the present-day generation will have cause to celebrate. Never again — for centuries to come — will Austra lasia have occasion to go into such raptures over any public or political achievements. A nation — and one which in its infancy already shows signs of becoming a Power in every sense — has been born. From January 1, 1901 — no matter what may happen or occur in the history of any of the great countries of the present day — Australia wil1 for ever more command the respect anil attention of the world. Australasia, including those States which have rather unwisely, yet now sorrowfully, der lined to enter the Commonwealth, ha...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Kaffir Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

Kaffir Sheep. I The Kaffir sheep, little flocks of which are distributed all over South Africa among the natives, are very hardy, and unlike the European breeds thrive equally well in all parts of the colony. They are non wool-bearing but when crossed with wool-bt ring breeds they yield a tairisn neece, wmcn finds a ready sale at a penny or twopence per lb. less than merino wool. Several farmers living in thorny country, where European breeds of sheep can not live, have flocks of Kaffir sheep which they have crossed more or less with merinos and long wools such as Lincolns. Unless there is too great an in fusion of merino (ft- longwool blood the crossbreds are found to be superior to the pure Kaffir sheep, as they produce wool, are larger, and the mut ton is of superior quality, while the hardiness and adaptability of the animals is not seriously impaired. Just how much merino or longwool blood it is safe to introduce is a question which has not been decided, aud, of course, tlie am...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Fire Engine on Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

Fire Engine on Fire. Just as the procession. was about to start from the Hospital on Monday evening, a little excitement was caused by a fire on the fire engine Tlie en gine had been lavishly decorated with bunting, and one of the firemen was burning a colored light, which ignited the decorations, and very soon almost all the colored paper bunting was alight, together with tlie colored light powder, wlucn was stored in the box of the engine. The firemen endeavored to extinguish the flames, but it could not be done until water was procured. This was done, and ijip flames, which had a con Bojisidcrjjblc bold on a part of tlie en gine, were extiiif^iijhecj. fhere wjj-s ij deal of excitpnjfinf; for (i ti|ne, fqr the largo numbor of horsey around bpcftnip rather restive. The driver of tile firp engine, dravn by four lfprses, (jq^eyer, kept cool and fuptlier damage vfiij averted. A rather disgraceful scene ooo»rre4 at the time. The captain of tlie bri gade suspended the fireman who was al...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Hillston News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 January 1901

Ilillston News. Mr and Mrs Isdalil, receutly appointed matron and wards mail of the local Hospital, have resigned. A picnic, concluding with a very enjoyable dance, was held at Bellatherie on Boxing Day. It is quite pleasing to see the teams rolling into the mill with wheat. Mr S. Wilson, junr., of Lake Cowal, is using a mixture for poisoning rabbits, which he says is equally as effective as the phosphorous, and does not cause any risk of fire. The mixture has been tested with excellent results, and that is the best proof of its value. It is as follows ; — Mix dry lOlbs pollard, 2lbs bran, 2lbs arsenic. Then add 2lbs treacle, mix ' thoroughly and distribute in 1 the ordinary way. It is said that a rabbit which suffers ' from phosphorous poisoning is I not likely to take it again, ow ing to the odour being easily detected. Phosphorous, when not kept in water, is very in flammable, and has no doubt been the cause of bush fires oc casionally. A splendid feat of horseman ship was witnes...

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 — 3 January 1901

STEWART DAWSON &CO.'S SEASONABLE GIFTS. MTYou will lose time and money in finding their duplicates.'' 49 No. SC.— 18-ct. Gold, Diamond and Sapphire Bing, £9 10*. ; a I) Diamonds, £6 5s. lift No. 018.— 6 cf. Gold and Fine Opal Brooch, £15s. Plain Opal Centre, same price. No. 165. — 15-ct. Gold, Diamond and Ruby King, £1 Ss, No- E2359.— -A U«ful Wedding Present. Silver-plated Sugar and Cream oo Tray, £1 7s. Gd, £31 No. E7302. Turquoise and Pearl Set, ft-ct. Gold Heart, 16/6. No. E6J18. — Silver-plated Salt and Spoon, 6$, Mustard Pot and Spoon to Match, 10/6. No. F.8217. Gold Pin Charm, 5/6. No. EB4il,— 9ct. Gold and Amethyst Brooch, 8/6, No. E7478.— 0-ct, Gold Chftlo and Dfll Brooch, 11/6. No. L32W. Serriette Clip. A most ««fuf iittte invention. SUver, 3/6; plated, 1/ fUME No. lftlA.-18-ct. Knpraved Keeper Kimc.£l7» «d. Lighter, il Is. No. 17e.~lB*rt. We-'dinj* Rim*. £1 It Heavier, £L 5s., £1 106., £1 1 St. No. E7058.— Pine Pearl Heart and Wreath Bracelet, IS-ct. Gold, £3 Us. ...

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 — 3 January 1901

EDITORIAL NOTICES. Wr Jnvitc communications from Indies and gentle* men in the variouB townships of Riveriuaon matters pubticly interesting aleo from the stations and'home blcads OQ'lnnd and stock mattrrs generally,' '? tVe trust that our endeavors to producc a first-class provincial papcr mcets the approval of our roadon tretiemllj', ' Heir the other side/' is acknowledged to be essontialm coming to a Just judgment on all disputable themes, and tve shill always tw M illing to publish vieueon public matters, although quite dlf* tcrent from our own, provided only they be wonted respectfully, and liavc the writer's name enclosed for the editor's information. We have much pleasure in inviting our suoscrlbers and others to visit our olEce, lately knou-n -ai the. AUna Rink, on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons,' about 6 p.m., to see our ne»v printing m&chins niii pas engine at work, The machine is the very latest tiling of the kind out from England— it works smoothly and quickly....

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