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Hay Police Court Monday—Before the P.M. ON THE IRRIGATION AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

Hay Police Court Monday— Before the P.M. Ox the Irrigation Area. James Newton, secretary of the Hay Irrigation Trust, proceeded against Arthur Hug]) Hughes, to recover LH lis, being rent of allotments 1, 2. 3, 4, j 5 and 1 1 , section 3, of the Irrigation Area, from July 1, 1900, to June 30, 1901. Mr Wilkinson appeared for the Trust, and Mr Leslie £-. C. Robertson, on behalf of Mr Sholto P. Kemp, for the defendant. James Newton, Secretary of Hay Irrigation Trust since April 15th, 1 897, produced applications of defen dant for land on the irrigation area in 1894, handed to- him by the late secre tary, Mr T. W. Blanche, on that gen tleman retiring from the secretaryship ; witness was a member of the Trust when the application was put in, and him at tlie Council Chambers. Defen dant has a house on the land ; witness was authorised to take all proceedings in the recovery of rent and rates due to the Trust. Tlie defendant has paid rent since 1897 for the land, at the rate of 10s per acre...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

Sporting. ('Br Stehmng.1 By wire I learn that Charles ? McLaughlin, well-known in sporting ' circles, died suddenly in Sydney this morning. Billy Johnstone, one of our obliging cabmen, and who is recognised on per formances to be the best tipster about town, has backed nine winners in suc cession. The Bride, in the Sandhurst, Cup, was his last success. I Tlie foot-running match between Frank Darchy and Charlie Wynne is off. The latter, tbe challenger, cried the match off. \ It is the Licensed Victualler who are mooting the idea of forming a new . race club, and it is to be hoped they will succeed. There is no reason why j the new club should not boom like . the old New Year's Club. With the ultimate assistance of the business folk and townspeople, the initiatory mem bers are going to make a strong effort to put a good programme forward. Tlie people as a whole demand some good. | entertainment and fair dealings on the , racecourse. This they have not had for some considerable time, a...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

Mjjsshs, P. L. C. She,dierd and S.n.o Ditiling Numcy, Waurlno, and 202, Pj'u street, Sydney, ate eendin« c.t -raniettud bnmn trees .f the very best n * j q I j r y ot mo leiaie pi ices. Tbey have ch ice collection of camillias, bnnv-rdies, daliliua and all kinds of treps and shruha. Tiiev navp also a lur^e and varied e-dlectiuii tif seeds suitable !.. r the f-rn| a||d garden. Tftetr catafoyue is re(Mled free ln , ??I applicant, and contains h foil Iim ,.f *«| t'teir »t«ck as well a» UPef»l w.fermition on gaideuing ran t«rs geneially. Mn W. N. Willis. M.L A., bft8 c-m tDBDced bus?ne«B at 25 Blij-h a'reei, Syd ney, aa Land. FiimneiHl, and Minim, Agent. Ft W inpn hnv had a more varied snd ptartic») experience ro tlifs- im ters ih'in he. IJja clieirs' cneoa tlnuld be very safe if* bis bauds. Priutc.l 0'.l imUisl.,.,1 ljy A.„lr,,w. at tl.e Oll,ec of tl.o ' U.,vSi„n Flivcrilia ' '''I Juuitiiil i.f Wat. r Conaert-iit wXJ; ,'iy' iu vl,° co,o'- ♦

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 December 1900

Ev Thais. Gunl.ar and Hillston, via Carratho* 1, arrive Monday, Wt-dnesday, and Friday, 5.15 p.m.; elose Tuesday, 'Jhursday. ai.J Saturday, S.20 a.m. Currui Im.il, Biiugagee, Dti']in(*ton Kail way 't;ition, \\ iiitlou, Narmidcrn, Coolu. nmn, Junee, Wagua Wagga, Albury, T.P.O. (No. 3, south). Sydney. Melbourne arrive daily except Saudrty. 5 15 p.m. ; cio&ea did y except Suud.iy, 8.20a.m. Jeiildeiie, arrive Ttiesduy, Thursday and' .Saturday, 5.15 p in.; closes Tuesdav, Thurs« d.iy oi.d Saturday, 8.20 a.m.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. BY COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

HAY I'OST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DUI'ABTUUIS OF MAILS. 1-Y Coaches, 0 unbar, arr.vi! SiiuiJay n»il TJjurwhi}*, ii pin.; closes WedinsJay and Salurdi.y, Eur«galaJi aiid ('orrongt arrive Monday, 5 p.m. ; clo6--*s Sinnlny only S a. in Si u lli Side, Oatliiigion Point, arrive Stujduy, Wcdiu'fiibiy uml Friday, 5 pin,;' elcscs Tuesday, Tliuisd.iy and 7,30 a.m. IJ'ioronlian, Wunganella, Pretty Pino, Deniliquin, Melbourne, arrive dwily («»xccpt Mon-tu\)7 o n\.; clo.-ea daily (except Sun day), 5.30 p.m. ; Hnbart (Tus.), «5 p.m. Maudi1, Oxley, JUlranuld, Weotworlh, nrtive Tuesday, Tluusiiay and Saturday, 7 a.m.; close Tuesday, Thursday aud Sat ur-loy, 0 p.m. Booiij»al, Uelnelli, One Tree, arrive Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, G p,in. ? close Tuefday, Tbu^day and Saturday, 6 pin. Mossiciel and lvanhoe, Wednesday and Friday, 6 p.m.; close T uettiay. Thursday ai-d Saturday, ti p.m. Hillston, arrive Friday, 0 p.m.* cloee Tuesday and Saturday, G p.m.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

FOR THK tL'JOD IS TUl£ UFK' Clarke's Blood Mixture THE WORLD-FAMED ULOOD tUR KElt AND 11KSTOHISII IS WAKIUNTEr) To CLKAIi The J3LOOD from all impurities from uhaterer cause niising. For Sorofoln, Scurvy, Skin anil Bluod Dis-o-»?, HlackheadH, Pimples, nn-1 Si.n 8 of till kinds, il is a never failing anil jcnnunent Cure. It Cures old Sores Cures Sores on the Neck Cures Sore I«ef?s Cures Rluckhead arl'imples on tbe Facc Cures Scurvy Cures Uloi-rs Cuies Blood end Skin Di-caees ? Cures Glumlulnr Swellings Clenr.s the blood fr« ft) all impure realtei Frotn wliH'ever cau-e a iding. It is a ? real specific ior Gout and Rheuinntic I'ain^. It remuvi's tbe cause from cite blood nnd b- nes. As tills mixture is pleasant to the litste, ond uurraiited free from anything injtjrii us (o t lie mosi delicate consiiiu tion ot either -*fx, the .Vrl-tllieto^^ tolieit t-utfcms to give it a tiiul lo test its vnhte. ' CuMTLK I KLY HEALK1).' Rlrs lierkshiie wriiey — ' In the ;eur 18S8, « hen lesiding at Tunh...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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From Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

^Fr«ui^arlpusv Sources. ?£ , The Queensland comniis ^Spner.yf policeLluis ; reeeiyed a ^^Ifegraln witli reference to the ®jaie of flie brothers Hollings fi. worth,' who, some weeks' ago, ^started for Llanrbeidol Station ' on bicycles, and the body of - whom was found a few davs » ' ' ago. The telegram states that | . the constable -who was sent to ; make investigationsreturned to | Kynuna with the body of Ed- 1 gar Hoilingswortli. The tracks of. a man leading a bicycle were discovered going down ' Glenracky Creek, in the direc sj | tion of Kynuna, about thirty f J 4 miles distant from the town _ ' f ship. A constable, a tracker, I and civilians are prosecuting the search. The manager of V Llanrlieidol, who examined the body, expressed the opinion that death resulted from thirst. The Stockowners' Associa tion, introduced by Mr. F. B. . Suttor, M.L.C., urged the : ^ Premier to contribute towards ; ' the fund raised by the sellers - V - and buyers of fat stock for I ?? compensation in ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Began as a Gold-Digger. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

Began us ti Gold-ftixgcr. Thirty-five or more years ago, Bichard John Seddon left his home in Liverpool, a half educated boy of ten years. He returned to it in tlie Diamond Jubilee year as Premier of one of Britain's most 'flourishing colonies, a position trained for him by his own energy, perse verance, and indomitable will. After leaving home, says ? The King,' he first tried his luck, in Zealand he managed better. He u 'orked a gold claim and became at once popular with the miners. As his profits in creased lie laid aside all he could, and bought a public house in one of the most crow ded and roughest of tlie mining districts. He thus became ac quainted with a large number of miners, who came to his saloon from miles around. Later, when he resolved to stand for parliament, his min ing friends rallied round him to good purpose, and Mr. Sed don, during the whole of his parliamentary career, represen ted a mining constituency. Perhaps this, added to his natural bluntness, accounts f...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hillston Notes [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

ttitiston Notes (From the 'Spectator.') jM The grass seeds are doing Sfm great damage to tlie lambs in llj the district. ^ It is expected that Mr. F. ' rg B. Treatt, P.M., will not be back again in Hillston until the 3 new year. -Ji Another snake was killed in V Hillston during the week ; this wine in tne oar ot lattersall s Hotel. Mr. Milthorpe and Miss Barton, two well-kuown Cud gellico identities, were married at Condoblin last Friday week. The rabbits are getting a strong hold in the district again We have recived a sugges tion ;that a public well with large receiviner tank, troubl ing, etc., should be erected in Hillston with a mill or engine to raise tlie water. It is pointed out that the cost would not be great, and there would lie assurance of clean, pure water throughout the dry sea sons. On Monday, 11th instant, the Oddfellows held a children's picnic, at which there were 350 present. In tlie evening a ball was held, and it was a great success. At tlie police court on tlie...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ancient Lineage [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

Anciciit Lineage ... Ancient lineage may be a thing rightly to be proud of, j but how foolish some of those who are continually boasting of how far they can trace back 1 their ancestry would feel — provided they did not miss the point ot the joke — it asked to compare the length of their | family line with that of some : of our commonest vegetables ! I Asparagus, for instance, was in j use 200 years before the birth I of Christ, and lettuce, accord ing to Herodotus, was in use even earlier, for it was cultiva ted at least 550 years before that event. Not only was it grown, however, but it was so cultivated as to be obtainable at at all times of the year, and gardeners had learned the art of bleaching it to whiteness and tenderness as well as it is done to-day. Tlie cucumber is mentioned in early Bible history, though some hold that the melon was really meant. As to tlie latter fruit, Pliny records its use, and he died in A.n. 79 ; while its first cultiva tion is lost in antiquity. C...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Mondav. Thq Assembly meets this afternoon having adjourned from Saturday night after a continuous sitting of .16 hours. The Premier is hopeful that he will be able to close the session to-morrow or Wednesday. A terrific storm occurred at Manilla on Fridavjafternoun ; a man named I Patrick Hennisson was struck dead by j lightning.) Composition of the Commonwealth procession has been decided upon sub ject to the approval of the Premier. I Owing to tlie length of the procession , representatives only of friendly societies j and Trades Union will have a place. | At midnight a disturbance took place in Goulburn-street. Upon ar rival of the police two or three men bolted off. During the pursuit three I shots were fired at the police without effect. One man was arrested, but no firearms were found in his possession. | BRISBANE, Monday. Three cases of plague have been dis eovered at Thursday Island, aboard tlie new Government tug boat Cor mor...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When Caught in a Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

When Caught in ;i .Storm. Lighting strikes high points. It is therefore important that we keep away from anj'thing that rises above the ground — sucli as trees, walls and fences. All wires of iron and steel are dangerous, not simply because tliev are metallic, but because they are excellent conductors j of the electric fluid. Even in 1 an open field tlie erect human j body is an easy attraction fer tile lightning. The most sen sible thing to do is to stretch | at full length on the ground at ; the peril of receiving a thor ough drenching. When you are indoors during a thunder storm keep away from the chandeliers, and especially from the fireplace. Chinmey l flues are the best ' lightning conductors. One of the greatest mistakes made during thunder storms is to close all the win dows. Only those windows should be closed through which the rain is blown, as the light JiingioJloH's the wind and rain. ?Wfhdows on the opposite side can be safely left open. As most of the victims of light ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Mr. James Tyson. SOME OF HIS UNPUBLISHED LETTERS, [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

The Lat-o Mr. Jitmcs Tyson. SOME OF J-JLS UNPUBLISHED LETTERS, Mus. P. Tyson*, of Hay, kindly handed us the original copies of two letters rcoeived by herself and her husband from the late Mr. James Tyson, about whoap affairs there is at present a deal of 'controversy. Wo have from time to time published the evideneo of the Tynon Succession Duty Case being held iw Brisbane, Jn that case much has been said of his personality — some of the evidence is not at all complimentary, but on the other hand many good traits in the late millionaire's character have been brought out. The first of the two letters to follow show that the late Mr. Tyson was not quarter so niggardly as some would have him to have been, for he proposed a trip round the world. His good nature and kindly sympathy are shown in the first part of the letter, which deals with a marriage matter : — ? Tyttei\sull!s I^otpl, Lachlqn-streot, Hivy, Feb. 33, 1870.. Peter Tyson, ISsq., Prjnce of 'Wales Hotel, Ht- Kjlda, My Dear Br...

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. SYDENEY'S DEMONSTRATIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

The Comniouwcallh. Sydney's Demonstrations, , ? I Tlie matter of the presenta tion of a memento of the oc casion to the state school chil dren has . been considered, and it was decided to recommend I the Government that instead j of giving medals, a fac-simile ' ! of the proclamation of the I Commonwealth should be prin ted, and a copy be presented to 1 to each of the 345,000 school children of the colony. An invitation is being ex tended to a detachment of Maori Hussars to visit Syd ney, and that a military tattoo take place 011 the 3rd of Janu arv. ^ Messrs. M'Uwraith, M'Eac liarn, and Co. intend to run a ; special yachting excursion from ! Melbourne to Sydney. Tlie j Kalgoorlie is to leave Mel- J boiirnn on untl ' to arrive at Sydney on Decern- : ber 30, and remain until Janu- j ary 9. While in port passen- j gers are to be accommodated j on board. The steamer will ! anchor in one of the bays of tlie harbour, and tenders will supply a constant service be tween the steamer and the...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

. Fob iKDiGBsrroN the Uest Kkmeuy is i undoubtedly Nouton's Camomilk 1'im.s T«icy can cn:filentlv be recnmniendtd as l»L'ii.p inild in operation on 1 absolutely fret I fr injuri nts drugs. Actiugat once as a I a deoiiHtonic and a geiille ttpsricfib. Fori a arly 100 years they have proved U» for Indigestion, Dy-pejs'a, Sick Headache, and for Liver and S-ouudi Com I plaints. .Sold in bottles 3s Ud, 2* 0.1 and | IN, by all medicine vendor* throughout the world. A si nplo, safe and ccrt iiu rcusdy Ons'r Uoo'.iii — en b* oV.ii»-d hninedifttely. U«e ' KfcATJ.Y(;\S C JUG H LOZKNtJlCS' well kii*n\u as the utterly uurivalled Cough Kumcdy. Strongly r », commendcd by many eminent imyaioians They at once check the cou^li and remove the e;»«se — without any after ; the most delicate can therefore take them. Ou? Lnzenye alone fjives ease— one or two at bedtime ensures rest. Sold everywhere in ih 3A.1. each.

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

OPEN COLUMN. | [ir« incite communications for Otis column— but do not hold ourselves respon sible fir any opinions expressed therein J

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Heard Round About. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

Heard ltouiirt About. [Br Quiz.] That the Hay Commonwealth demon- - strations, considered proportionately, . will eclipse the Sydney festivities, and That the facilities offered for visiting the, metropolis are not going to entice many of this part of Riverina to go there aud squander their cash. That cricket is going to boom in Hay this season, and that the Licensed Victuallers — a year or two back only a third-rate country club— promise to be the Premiers. That the proposal to form a new , race club should 'take on,' for the real lovers of horse-racing and genuine sportsmen are tired of the present one sided administration. That the new City Band should be supported to the fullest extent The ' musical talent is here, and under a thorough-good master we can expect | to hear from the band on New Year's Day not agonising discord, but sweet harmony. | That it is pleasant to see such a friendly feeling existing between the various clergymen here. To 'Quiz' it was a truly novel sight to...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. (To THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

BIS HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. (To tub Eniroii,) Hui, — ] notice in the 'Grazier7' of Friday an ofiusion over the signature of ' Observer ' in which he refers to leaders aud a letter in tlie ' lliverina Times.' A more appropriate signature would have been ' Confusion,' for such a jumble of facts and figures one could hardly expect to find in the writing of one who lays claim to be un observer. Doubtless tlie writer had some object in view, but he lias not made it plain, and any one who took the trouble to wade through it might almost be tempted to believe that the writer had once been an alderman ; but for tlie honor of the aldermen, it is devoutly to be hoped he is not now, for even iu the Council we expect to find more common sense than is dis played by ' Observer.' Instead of writing in such a semi-injured tone his time could have been better employed ill endeavouring to disprove the state ments against the folly of this Town hall movement. Until he can do that (-lie public will not ...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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(To THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

{To Tiie Editor.) _ - Mu. Heditor, — Lately your news paper men ave been having a good deal to say about Town Hall and a borrowing of money. ' My opinion is that they as borrows money for what they dont particular want, or can do well without, be fools. When I was tliirety and wanted to leave my Sun day togs at you know where , the llissus . say r^meij you can ao witnouc mm tanglefoot, and you musent pawn them things unless you are forced to, for tucker or something we want badly, because you know we have to pay so much a week, and that means so much every week less for me to spend for the little ones, and you know last time as when we left your best clothes at the caretakers, and you got out of work and we couldnt pay the regular as how Old Crab All raised the so much a week (I think this is wat they call interest) then you know he sold the togs, and you couldnt go to meeten for ever so long. And once when we borrowed on tiie little house and couldnt pay tlie regular every week, ho...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Observer" Answered. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 3 December 1900

Tlie 'Observe;*' Auswered. | We do hot knovr who ' Observer^ may be, though we have more than a suspicion that he writes Alderman before his name, and site at the Cou^r cil table. Neither do we know what qualifications he possesses — his letter givingno indication — which euablehim to constitute himself an authority on tlie Town Hall question, and to set other people right. Apparently hi s grasp of Municipal matters is no greater than his knowledge of journa listic etiquette or he would have sent his letter to the paper publishing tlie articles he criticises rather than to a journal which is tied hand and foot to the mad scheme for which ' Observer'' pleads. However, we may let that pass and proceed to deal with 'Obser- ver's' contentions. ' Observer ' com plains that we do not 'go deeply into ! the Council's finances.' Well, we think our contributor ' Pro Bono Publico ' dealt with tlie figures exhaustively and earnestly. He cer tainly gave facts which ' Observer ' has not sought to...

Publication Title: Riverina Times, Hay Standard And Journal Of Water Conservation
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