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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
'TELEGRAMS. £From our own Correspondent.] SYDNEY, Thursday*. Sir James Dickson, Minister for Defence in tlie Federal Cabinet, died at the Australian Club this morning, I aged 69. His body will be taken to j Brisbane for burial. The number of fares collected on the tramways during the Common wealth week are now . stated to have ..been three millions and a quarter pounds. Mr. O'Sullivan says that tbe carry ing -out of his 'Australia Facing the Dawn' scheme means an expenditure of £70,000, and hopes that if Parlia ment does not vote the money it may be raised by shiUling subscriptions. It transpires that the Cardinal's absence from the inauguration was due, not so much to any difficulty over fV»o nrHnr nf nrpf»odpnr.r» MS to trouble about the prayer which should be offepe4..up at , the swearing-in proceed ings. PERTH, (Thursday. Peter Joyce who was sentenced to death for tlie murder of his wife,' has ? had - the sentence commuted' to im prisonment for life in connection with extending ...
CARRATHOOL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
CARRATHOOL POST OFFICE. Arrival and Departure of Mails— By Train. Bringagec, Wliitton, Narrandera, Juner, T.P.O (No 3 loutli), Sydnry, daily iSiin. day excepted) 3 30 pm, leave daily (Sundays 'oxcepted), 4 20 a.m. Hay, arrive daily (iunday excepted). 10,50 a.m., c!osc 3 3- p.m. Lttters rrgis'cred within half an-hnur it closing of mails. By Coachcs. Gunl ar, arrive Mondays, Wedneadayi, and Fridays, 0 a.m.. leaves Tuesdays, tliurs. ' days and Saturdays, 4 |5 p,qi, Hillston, arrive Mondays, Wednesdays and ' Fridays, 9 a:m., leaves Tuesdays, Tliurs days and Saturdays, 4. 15 p.m. Argm.n, arrives Mondays, 3 p.m., leaves Sundays, 6 a,-n. S. L. HANCOCK, Postmaater. Printed and published by John Andrew, at the Office of the 44 Riverina Times, Hay Standard, and Journal of Water Conserva tion,' Alma-street, Hay, in the ooiony o New South Wales,
CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Hay. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
CHURCH SERVICES. PfiESD VTCRf A N ClilTRCff, HaV. Sunday next, 11 and 7.30,. Rev J. J.' Jennings, of Bulranald. Catholic Church. Mass williie celebrated as follows? Hay, on Sundays during summer, at 7.30 and 10 a.m. Currathool, Wednesday, Jan 1G Maudf, Wednesday, .jan 23 Cjicuch of England, Hay. Jan, 13—8 a.m.. Holy Communion ; 11 a.m , Matin?, Litany and Sermon ; *7.30 p.m., Vicar's First Anmi'il Address (p^rt I). Annual meeting of Parishiouers, Jan 1G, 8 p.m. Country Services— Sunday — Groongal, 11 a.m. ; Carrathool, 3 p.m. and 7-30 p. in; Toga n m a in, Monday, 7.30 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
LAD WAN'TED, fourteen years or more, foe office and messages. Apply this , office. I TOR SALE, the well known Pony COB WEB, in lip lop condition. For further particulars, apply thiaoffi.ee. TO LET — Comfortable House iu Lachlan street. Five rooms and bath room. Every convenience. 7s Gd a week. Apply — MhS. WADDLE, Lachlan-fitieet, railway end. 198-8 FOR SALE— IJUGG V, single seat, in Hrst clasB order, A real hargaiu. -Apply — WADDLE, coachpaintcr, L chlan-strect 197 1 FOR SAI -15. CABINET ORGAN (Mason and Hamlin) nearly new. Two full set reeds, two knee swelh. Price, £12. A bargain. Apply ' Hivcrina Times,' 191-2 R, 0 M'Einney & Co WILL hold their usual weekly auction at , Tmtersall's Hotel, Hay, on ' Saturday next, at 12 o'clock, When they will offer — 50 Cases FRUIT (direct from grower) | 10 Couple FOWLS 5 Head HORSES, WAGGONETTE, SPRING CARTS, GIG, HARNESS, &c. BICYCLES (Ladies' and Gents') Also, 1 GENT'S SILVER ENGLISH STOP : WATCH — must be sold. Entries FREE up...
The Commonwealth Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
Mie Commonwealth Crlcbr^. (ions. [by OUH OWN' CORRESPONDENT.] The great event, so ardently longed for, aud so successfully carried out has now l-econie a memory, and is to be numbered among the great facts of tlie old and the new century, for it belongs to both. It would \ye waste of time and printer's ink to attempt a descrip tion of all the events, which in the, g.*eatand living panorama have. been, unacted day by day before the admir ing gaze of the world which looked .-on and wondered. The enthusiasm ' of the people ; the good humour of the crowd; the success of the movement;' and the birth of the young and already vigorous nation all combined to make a sight at which statesmen and legisla tors of all grades and nationalties might well wonder. Colonics have uuited, and peoples have bacomo one before to-day ; but never in the history of the world have 'a people, dwelling . by themselves on a huge continent, suddenly risen into nationhood and taken their stand side by si do with-t...
THE RIVERS. January 9. MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
THE RIVERS. January 9. Morrvmbidgke. Hay, 6in Gundagai, 2ft 6iu Wagga, 2ft li» ?Laciilan. Booligal, 5ft lOin, falling' . - January 10. MrmiUMBIOGEE, Hay, Sin, Wflgga, 2ft lht falling Gundagai, 2ft Cin Laculak Boolical, 5ft 9in
The Federal Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
The Fetlonil Ministry. A distribution of the work of the Government amongst the various Ministers has not been completely arranged. It is reported that it will be settled at the next Cabinet meeting, and it will then be gazetted. The smn of £' 1*2.000 i.s set apart in the Constitution Act for the payment of the salaries of Jfini ?sters. Hie Cabinet lias decided upon the appor tionment ot this sum amongst Ministers, but Mr Barton say.s he has not yet obtained the consent of his colleagues to make the arrangements public. It is rumoured in political circles that the Premier and the Attorney-General are to receive £2,000 eadi, and the balance is to be equally divided amongst the others, but, as stated, this lacks official con firmation. The office of Vice-President of the Executive Council, which Mr R. E. O'Connor has taken, is one for which 110 counterpart exists in Victoria. It has not been the practice to have two or more honorary ministers here as we do in Vic toria. In lieu of tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
T. W. BUTCHER. . SHARE IiROKhR & MINING A-. Vickery's Chambers, 82 Pitt-sL, Sy Bank Deposits Bought Agents on Charters lowers, Gympk Australian and Victorian Goldfiei Telegrams and Correspondence invi'r ptomodv attendad to Throat Affections and Hoartencss.—A 1 suffering fiom irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be tgreeablr surprised «i the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of 'Brown's Dronchial Troches, T'ih** amoos'* lozenges' are now sold bj mn 4 respectableehemists in thi oooniry at Is, IJd per box. People troHlded iriih ? 1 « hacking eongh,' a * * nlieti t eoldv or bronchial afleo'ions, osnnot try them mo «o-n, as similar truufcles. if allowed to progress .resnh in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affection*. Sep that the wor-ls ?' Brown's Bronchial Troches ' are on the Government Stamp around each box.— UannfnMnred by John I, Bto*n and voi B)stoo, United Stete- Europem - Depo Fairincdnu Road 1 o. »r*- ' r Valuab\e Ditcoveryfor the fllair,—\ i voa bair ...
The Local Market. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
The Local IMarkct. The following are the pr'ces ruling in Hay for the undermentioned lines, as supplied by J. W. Boordman and Co, of the l'armera' Markte, Lachlau-street Butter — Local, per lb ? 101 to Is do Creamery. do ? Is to Is Id Bacon, sides, per lb ... ... S^d to 9d do Hams, do ? 1UJ to Is Cheese, Bodulla, per lb. .4. 8d to 9J Hsrs, per doz, ... ... 1 Oil to is 2 I Honev. 001b tins. -Ud lb; bottles 9d and lOil Wheat, per GOlb ? 2-0d to 3s Cd do Chick, ditto ? 2s Gd to 3s Pollard, per 201b ... ... lOd to Is Bran, per 201b ... ... 9d to lid Oats, per 401b ? 2a (Id to 3s Cd Chaff, perewt. ? 3s G'1 to 4s Maize, pcroGlbs ? 3* Od to 4s Barley, per bushel ? 3a to 3s Gd Flour, per sack ... ...13a to 13s 6d Fowls, each ... ? 1' Gd to 2s Geese, do ... ? - 3s to 4s Turkeys, do ... ? 4s to 5s Ducks, do ... ... ... 2s to2sGd Potatoes, cwt. local ... 6s to 8s Oaions, perewt. local Cs to 8s Oranges per case Cicilian... 14s to 18s Pineapples do ? 12s to 14s Figs do ? Desert Apples per gin ca...
Barton and Reid. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
Riirton and Reiil. Mr. Henry Cullett says in the ' Argus ' — The Barton Government is installed. As an accomplished fact it has to be dealt with 011 its merits. It is composed of men of capacity high in the estimate and con fidence of their respective colonies, and all but one true and proved federalists. But they form by their conjunction a Ministry not merely pre dominantly but wholly and solely protectionist. Eheir protectionist character is so decided and the principle of protection is so purely and singly the binding tie and raison d'etre of the Ministry, that the fiscal question is at once raised by its composition, which has been not . unfairly decribed as *' a challenge.' Whether it be so, 01* was meant to be so, I do not desire to speculate. It is enough that this is the practical result and that it is one which carries ? with it a strong appeal to the nolitioal feelinys of this colony. It brings us into the region of definite party principles and clean-cut issues, and perh...
Cycling Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
Cycling Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. A lion stop motor car run of 621 miles was recently held on the Crystal Palace track, Lon don, by an eight horse power French motorcar. The above distance was covered in the smart time of 24 lire. 54inin. 17secs, — an average of close upon 25 miles an hour. The ' Daily Express' (Lon don) is responsible for the fol I lowing : — ' We are now in the early days of a tremendous re ! volution in the traffic of our city streets and country roads. The public in this century will be grateful to the men who are spending time and money and work in popularising the auto car. It is the vchiclc of the future : it will go far to elimin ate the horse as an element in road traffic.' The article con cludes with the truism, ' In ten years' time we shall be wondering why we ridiculed the autocar, and thanking its „j. j..,., condition of local which we shall enjoy.' Iver Lawson is beginning to assert himself. It should not be forgotten that Lawson, ranks as oite of...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
Ladies and Gbn'tlemejt, — I am sending out a great many copies of this issue free, for approval. It is admitted on every hand that two papers are needed to give both sides of the various subjects occupying the public mind. I have therefore reduced tlie price of the ' Riverina Times ' to 10s. a year (in advance) and 12s. (booked), with the hope that, if you have hitherto taken no paper, or whatever other paper you may take, you will also patronise the 'Times.' — Jons* Andpew, Proprietor
Our Losses in China. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 10 January 1901
Our Losses iu China. In the Bible Society's report of October last we find a letter received from the Rev. G. H. Bondfield on September 14, and dated August 9, contain- , injl the latest news to hand at that time. I11 Manchuria the Assistant agent's house and the depot at Mukden have been looted ; the house and dep6t at Kirim have probably met with the same fate. At Liao-yang, Chin chow, Kuang-ning, Fakou nien and many other places our stock of Scriptures has been destroyed. Of tlie de pots at Kwang- clieng- tze and Kai-vuen we have yet 110 in formation. Probably they 110 longer exist. Tlie stock of Scriptures in Manchuria was large and varied, as 110 mission station was without its supply. Of course colnortage has en tirely stopped and many of the colporteurs are probably suffer ing severe persecution. In the Tientsin Sub-agency, which covers the whole of Chihli, parts of Shantung, Shansi, and districts along the borders of Mongolia, itisdoubt ful whether a single mission house, ch...
Disas[?]us Fire at the Show Grounds. DAMAGE ESTIMATED AT £450. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 January 1901
Pisa^is lire at' the Show ] ,, m VVOUUll* t-AM^fi ESTIMATED AT £450. , The ifij^'-'bell rang out its alarm at about 11 ..o'clock on Friday morning, when it- was discovered that a fire was ragingv jii; the Refreshment Pavilion on the ^ricultural Society's Grounds. Within'. very short space of time, considefjDjg the distance from the Fire BrigadjiJBfcation to the Show Grounds, the fi|l-fli}£n were on the spot ready, with their visual earnestness of purpose, to do tli'eir duty. However, on arrival there, 'thoy found the building, which was cdmpbsed of wood with iron roof, a mass of flames. No amount of labor could Dveventrthe destruction of the refreslnyeiifc pavilJion, committee's rooms, secretary's oilicc, ladies' room aud the lavatories, together with about ten panels of corrugated iron fencing. Tlie stroiig north wind that was blow ing helped the fire-fiend in his de molislmient. The Fire Brigade made ail attempt to pump water from the dam in the trucking yards, but were unsuccessf...
A Bold Offer [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 January 1901
A Bold Offer The present is undoubtedly an age of enterprise, and that Australia is not behind in commercial energy and progress is evidenced by the offer now being made by Messrs' Upton & Co., who, in order to give every householder ill New South Wales an opportunity of testing the supenonty of their Mabvel Soap Powdeu over all other brands will forward six (6) packets of sajne, carriage paid and free of all cli&rge, to any and every lady who furnishes :tlieni with the name aud address of any storekeeper in the locality who does not stock this miracle-working article. No one who, has made statistical study of- thp population fjf thp goipw ivj'l that this is 4old after, ;t)yt sii gqnfidfen't ftrp t-lip proprietors that anyh-*dy wlio cinee. uses Uhtqn's Mauvj5L Soap Powof.R will never use iinv other that the oonssderation of present expenditure is completely outweighed by the certainty of future sucoess. The offer applies to all classes, and will it is sincerely to be...
The Passion Play. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Times, Hay Standard and Journal of Water Conservation — 14 January 1901
The Passion Play. On Friday next at the Academy of Music, will be given by Miss Hilda Temple for the first time in Hay, an illustrated recital of the OberAinmer gau ' Passion Play.' The illustrations will consist of sixty beautiful limelight pictures s-nd portn'iits, ranging in size from sixteen to twenty feet, together with a very fine selection . of saored songs by the eminent Basso-Cuntante Mr. P. W. Montagu (late Carl Rosa Opera Co.) A short history of this world-famed ' Story of the Cross ' may interest some of our readers. InOber Ammergau, a villago in the Bavarian Alps, in commemoration of what was looked upon as a special interposition ?of Providence, there is performed every ten years, a dramatic representation of the Saviour's Passion. The leading characters are assnmed only by resi dents of high personal character, and the impersonation of- tlie 'Cliristus,' is considered the highest distinction. Great interest attaches to this truly wonderful performance, which takes pla...