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TO THE EDITOR OF THE HAY STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
To the Editor of the Hay Standard. A- curious way of settling a case oc curred in the Hay Police Court to-day: It appears that the music license does not include dancing as well, so Mr Carter and Mr Sabine J were summoned lor naving (lancing with only a music license. Mr Twynam appeared for Sabine. He stated that Sabine was in Mel bourne, and had left word with Mrs Sabine to get the license renewed on the 28th June. Carter was then called and pleaded guilty. He said he had kept an hotel in Hay for the last eight years, and he always considered that when a music licence was granted it included dancing as well. His Worship then said, — u Mr Twynam, I suppose Sabine will have to pay you.' Mr T. replied, — ' Yes, your Wor ship.' His Worship then said, — ' Your ease is dismissed. You, Carter, have no lawyer to pay ; you are fined £1.' June 17. AN EYE WITNESS. l
THE TASMANIAN FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
THE TASMANIAN FLOODS. The residents in the vicinity of O'Brien's Bridge were at a late hour on Tuesday congratulating them selves on the belief that the worst danger had passed, and hailing with satisfaction the gradual subsidence of the waters in the whfin at. about half past ten o'clock a dread ful dull rumbling sound, a heavy I smothered crash, and a deafening roar of flowing waters, gave evidence of some unusual convulsion of Na ture. The night was intensely dark, and the inhabitants of the village were soon all astir congregated in groups. Preparations were at once made for the saving of life and pro perty, those having tenements on the low lands leaving them and taking with them such property as they could secure. About an hour after the sound was heard that caused so much consternation, the waters were heard approaching with a dull rumbling sound. An im mense wall of it was seen in the darkness to be comiug on, bearing onward with irresistable force every thing with which it ...
GIRLS AND GOOD HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
GIRLS AND GOOD HOUSE KEEPING. Mary MOore, in the Young Folks' Rural, says : Mothers frequently make a mis take in the management of their children. Over-burdened with labour, and needing relief, they are yet so nice and particular, so jealously tenacious, perhaps of the domestic sceptre, that they often refuse to delegate even a minor household duty to their daughters, forgetting that children should be early taught to make themselves useful, and to assist their parents every way in their power. A positive injury is done to the girls by this deprivation of all share in the government of the house, for it is evident that they cannot be too well instructed in anything which will affect the com fort of a family. Whatever position in life they may hereinafter occupy they need a thorough practical knowledge of household duties. Circumstances may eventually lift tliem above the necessity of perform ing much domestic work, but on this account they need no less knowledge, if it is not desir...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
The Border Customs Duties ques tion is apparently engaging the attention of all three of the colonies interested, as telegrams are passing to and fro daily on matters connected with the subject. At a late hour on Wednesday night theChief Secretary received a telegram from the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales, stating that a letter had been forwarded by the steamer containing a definite proposal on the Border Duties question, and asking that a reply by telegram might be sent immediately on its arrival. Yester day Mr. Francis received a telegram from Mr. Aj'ers, Chief Secretary of South Australia, asking whether, in theold arrangem ent between Victoria and New South Wales, the duty on goods passing up the Murray was collected by the New South Wales officials, and included in the £60,000 paid by the colony of Victoria. A suitable reply was' returned, but it is more than probable that the whole question will be definitely settled to morrow, as the letter containing the proposal of ...
MELBOURNE. June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
MELBOURNE. fFROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 14. Mr Francis has successfully carried out his i task in forming an Administration, who it is considered will be able to carry on the . business of tho country in a satisfactory j manner, though there are some who donbt a j Ministry being able to do so, in which Mr j Francis and Mr Langton are colleagues — the j Chief Secretary being a staunch supporter ofj protection as the .treasurer is of rree-trade ; the connection of these two gentleman is 1 almost as absurd as the recent shaking ofj hands between Mr Duffy and Mr W. M. K. Vale. Indeed, looking at the coalition in a true light, Mr Langton should no more join the Francis Ministry than Mr Duffy should have taken the leadership of Government to carry on a protective policy, which, up to the past year, he has systematically opposed. Mr Gillies, as the Minister of Railways, is the right man in the right place, for taking a great interest in this portion of a nation's progress as he does,...
THE FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
THE FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE. A meeting of the commission ap pointed by the Government to consider this matter was held on Thursday, June 13th, at the Cus tom House, Mr John Whiteman, M.L.A., in the chair. The following repon was reau . — We have the honour to report, for the information of the Govern ment, that we proceeded to Wyndham on the 11th, and this day, the 12th, onwards to the farm of Mr Beaumont. That we care fully examined the herd of cattle upon it, and finding that t-hey were infected with the foot and mouth disease, we, in accordance with in structions received from the Com missioner of Trade and Customs, gave instructions in writing, signed by us, to the chief inspector of sheep forthwith to have all of them and the pigs slaughtered and buried, the sheds, &c., to be disinfected ; the horses also to be disinfected, and .the farm also to be placed in quarantine ; and requested he would obligingly furnish the Government with a copy of the said written directions. ...
HAY POLICE COURT. Friday, June 14th. (Before the P.M., Messrs. Maher and Chambers, J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
HAY POLICE COURT. Friday, June 14th. (Before the P. M., Messrs. Maher and Chambers. .T. P's 1 jfatnes Claticey, charged with using profane language and being drunk and disorderly, pleaded guilty, and was fined £2, or fourteen days' imprisonment ; he went to prison. A hawker's license was granted to Patrick Murphy ; Messrs. Esplin and W. L. Smith sureties. 1 nomas oimpson v James Penn : — Damage to a steam engine. Mr. Reed for plaintiff. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Thomas Simpson, plaintiff, deoosed : de fendant was employed by him as an engineer 5 011 6th instant told him to drive the engine he said he could do it — the engine was in proper order j left him in charge and went up town ; returned and found the engine with the cylinder cover broken in five or six pieces, tHe: piston rod was broken, and the inside of the cylinder damaged| fitness is an engine smith the damage jw as cajused by leaving tlie; steam on; there is apipewith a valve— in i jt, connecting the j boiler and cyli...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS, I ASSOCIATED press telegrams' I ?SxbKEsr,- $th June. — His ce lency the Governor and party v: sited the fortifications today; the heavy guns lately arrived are to be placed on the batteries immediatelv. H M S. Cossack will be paid off here after her return from the South Seas. The past four months' gold i yield shows 75 per .cent, more than the corresponding period of last year. Krohman's Gold Company have declared a dividend of 75 per cent. for the quarter. The Windsor Castle takes another shipment of tin ore to England. The Woodbine, from Torres Straits, has brought twelve tons of pearl shells. The weather has broken. Arrived : Anglo-Saxon, from London. Adelaide, 8th June. — A fire occurred this morning at Sims' printing establishment, Gawler place, off Rundle-street, when damage was done to the amount of about 1300/. Sydney, 10th June. — A letter re ceived from the New Hebrides states that the ketch G. V. Brooke, with a portion of the crew and Polynesian laboure...
FLOWER-DE-LUCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HAY STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
FLOWER-DE-LUCE. To the Editor of the Hay Standard. Sir, — 'Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not de part from it.' This is the sage advice of a counsellor whose superhuman wisdom it would be worse than idleness to question. It is counsel, and wonderfully suggestive counsel. It lias an air of imperativeness about it too; being the matured utterance of one who was every inch a king. It is as much a command given to the parents and guardians of the young as it is an aphorism in morals full of wisdom. It is the underlying thought in all culture, for culture to be of any practical efficacy must be commenced early. You can not twist and turn the gnarled oak ; 'tis only your green sapling that is completely pliant to your purpose : and the good gardener is seen in the manner of his placing and bending it. Cl He only is a well-made man who has a good -- determination. And the end of culture is not ' to destroy this, God forbid ! but to train away 'all impe...
BALRANALD POST OFFICE TIME TABLE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
BALRANALD POST OFFICE TIME TABLE ARRIVALS. Monday — 9 p.m. From Hay, Maude, Wagga, Euston, Weutwuitb, Lwr Daiiing, Adtlaide. Wednesday — 12 p.m. From Sydney, Deniliquin, Moulameiu, Wagga, and Echuca. 6 p.m. From Swan Hill (Victoria), Wakool Thursday — 6. p.m. From Hay, Alaude. Wagga Saiutday — 12 p.m. From Sydney, Deniliquin Muulamein, Wagga, and Echuca. 6 p.m. From S. van Hill (Victoria), Wakool DEPASTURES. Sunday — 3 a.m. Hay, Maude, Wagga, Sydney. 1 a.m, Euston, Wentworth, Lower Dar ling, and Adelaide. Monday — 10 p m. Sydney, Moulame'ra, Deniliquin Echuca, Wagga. Tuesday — 5 am. Swan Hill (Victoria,) Wakool Thursday — 3 a.m. Hay, Maude, Wag^a, Sydney Friday — 10 p.m. Sydney, Moulamein, Deniliquin Echuca, W agga. 5 a.m. Swan Hill (Victoria,) Wakool. Hours lor closing Mails. — All mails leaving a or before 6 a.m., close at 9 p.m. the night before Letters registered Jrom 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., (Sundays excepted.) Sunday delievry from 9 to 10 a.m. Should a mail arrive later tban 6 p.m., ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
Tjie Sydney Legislative Assembly met last week, and^the Premier, %Ir. Parkes, made a statement as to the formation of the Ministry, - and mentioned that it was the intention of the Government only to pass the Estimates and a bill authorising the Border Customs treaty uunng tne present montn, and then to ad journ5 until September, when it was intended to deal with the Land Act, the consolidation of mining laws, to re-organise the Givil Service, and to propose railway extension. Having got into office, Mr Parkes, like a knowing old soldier as he is, proceeds to work quietly and free from ostentation — for like Mr Gilpin, in Cowper's famous poem, the Premier, though | successful so for, desires to be thought free from pride. We should feel inclined to for give Mr Parkes many of the faults charged against him if, instead of making new laws, he would see to the better administration of those already in the Statute books. To pass the Estimates is, of course, necessary — not less necessary...
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Deniliquin, W anganella, Sydney (via Deniliquin ) Monday — 12 a m. From Maude and Balranald 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Naran dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednes — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Deniliquin, and Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Naran dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, and Wanganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling DEPARTURES. Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald ] p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday— 6 p m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Naraudera, aud Sydney (via W-Jigga) Wednes — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella aud Sydney (via Deniliquiii) 12 a.m. Alaude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &c Friday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Box ch-ses half au hor.r before d...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
LOCAL NEWS. The manager of the Hay Standard presents his compliments to those gentlemen who have re ceived accounts, and begs the favour of cash as soon as convenient — he is in want of money. Rev. S. A. Hamilton begs to ac knowledge with thanks the receipt of £25, as a subscription to the building fund of his Church, from Messrs Cochrane, Wilson, and Brush, of Burrabogie station. Ghosts. — Speaking of the ghost stories that have recently appeared in the Hay Standard, Mr Welsh, cne of the first Riverine overlanders, related his experience of the headless trooper of the Black Swamp. One night he was camped there — a thing j which in those days hardly anyone would do. His mob of cattle were lying on a bit of rising' ground, and about midnight he ' rode quietly round them to see that all was safe. On refcurni ng to his camp fire he noticed, oh ! horror of horrors ! something white, it was moving along, but, although nothing else could be seen, there was a tramp of many feet ; such a ci...
WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. STANDARD Office, Hay, Wednesday, June 19, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
S*--nr— i ? vir „ rr - -v '? — ..^-v ? - ? ? . '«yj WOOL ATsTD STOCK REPORT. Standard Office, Hay, Wednesday, June 19. 1872. Baix commenced falling on Sunday night and has continued off and on since then. The river is 11 feet above summer level. Stock movements' quiet. Locally we have to report ?;} -0, chiefly ewe hoggets, having crossed this puut from Burrabogie, and destined, via Gun bar. for Hunthawang (Loughnan and Sons.) 5040 fat wethers have left Bellingeramble (W. B. Haines) for Melbourne; and 3000 fat wethers are about leaving Clare station (Hon. Win. Campbell's) for Melbourne via Bahanald. We cannot as .yet give any definite report as to the result of the lambing in the district. Biverme Herald, Eclruca, reports crossed : — On the 13th — 200 fat cattle (Shepherd's), from -the Lachlan, Higgins in charge (a fine lot).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hay Standard and Advertiser for Balranald, Wentworth, Maude... — 19 June 1872
THE. HAY STANDARD, AND AD VERTISER FOR BALRANALD, WENTWOfiTH, MAUDE, BOOLIGAL, WILCANNIA, 3 MENINDIE, I BOURKE, &c. Printed and published at Hay, ' Murrumbidgee River, New South Wales, every Wednesday morning, in time for the out-going mails. 3 ] TERMS. Subscription: 7s 6d quarterly in j advance; subscribers to the Pastoral 1 Times will be charged only os per quarter, postage added. Charges for 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-eolumn 7 0 0 Quarter column 3 15 0 One inch - 10...