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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

.EUROPEAN ' TELEGJtAMS. (FROM THE DAILY PAI'EIiS.') ' 18th Oct.— The wool sale.-; progress firmly, 'crbss-bredj greasy, clothing, washed, market firmer ; combing,' -washed, and -'scoured, ad vanced a penny since the close of last1 sales; Up to date 75,000 bales have been sold. There is less trade demand for tallow ; mut ton, -43s-. ; beef 40s. per cwt. Best sides leather are worth 18-ld. per lb. Adelaide wheat is. 65s. per -J 96' Jb. Stocks of New Zealand hfcmp are accumulating. Market firmer for Kauri gum. The following is a private telegram, dated Antwerp, 18th Octo ber : — Wool competition is active at full price; think decline must, happen soon. | 20th Oct.— Mr. Harrison's frozen nleat experiment has completely failed through the defective-construction of the tanks . placed on board the Norfolk. The failure was antici pated shortly after .- leaving Melbourne, and the meat had to be thrown overboard oil' Cape Horn . The rate of discount has advanced to 7 per cent. 21st Oct. — (Ne...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

A large crowd of wool-buyers, growers, ' merchants, and others in the trade, assembled . at Messrs. R. Goldsbrough and Co.'s ware houses last Wednesday to witness -the. open . ing sale of the season in Melbourne. Messrs. 'Goldsbrough and; Co.'s extensive range of warehouses,' including 'the last .'addition, are filled with wool. Such a large number of balas has never before been collected together in Me bsurne. Before thj sale commenced the question of allowance for draft was brought forward by Mr. Dodgshun on behalf of the buyers, and he contended that, as this allow ance was si ill made in London, the brokers ? there having .continued to adhere to the old system of making a deduction of one pound per cwt. :n addition to t ie tare, a similar allowance should also be made here. Last ' season this a-1 jwanee was, in deference to the wishes of the growers, abolished in :ho colony, and to this the buyers did not' at that time make any objection. They now, however,., wish the. old ' cus...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

. MIiLi#URN&. ' Cl'-ROH iu'K AGE?) 'v- Fou cp^luesfl, and a desire to suit hirf personal coriveijiciice, commend us to Sir C; U. Dufty.- SJioJ-'tiy. after tlio Assembly met last; evening, the!' gentieriian in question; taking , advantage of tile presentation of; a petition in favor of tlio black line, rose in hia place, and addressing tho MiuL^Cerial benches' generally aiid nobody in particular, stated- that he understood the Chief :Sec'retarv or the Minister of Railways, would inafe'e somo explanation that evening on the Government's intentions respecting the black line. ? If that waa to be the case, he suavely', submitted to the ' Government that it might as well bo done. then, as the convenience ^of a number of lion, members would be thereby' met. Sir Charles did not inform' the Housp in as many - words that lie wanted to get away, but at the ? same time desired to know what was tp be' done respecting the line. Mr. Gillies, how ever, was not to be caught so easily, and at...

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BOOLIGAL. Oct. 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

- BOOLIGAL. : , OROM-ooit'-owK cantittBPoKDizv?.') i , Oct. 27th. 1 . We have just seen some very rich speci mens/of copper ore brought from Mount Hope by Mr. H. C. Viviain, who states that the mpuntain is. formed entirely as it were of this ore.- ; We understand that a company is floated in Melbourne for the purpose of work ing Moiuit Hope, and we have -.every reason to believe that the enterprise, so natural to Vicforiwis, will in this case meet with, the success i so usual with capitalists of. that colony, j We have also very encouraging re port® from Cudgellico, and have seen some very/lien specimens from afresh leader struck by the prospectors. Gold is struck in No. 1 South. I We have just heard that it is , the inten tion] of .tne ''King Bee'' to relinquish business hero. Wc only hope that such is not the case. The Bee Hive Store has always been tygteat boon to the inhabitants of Booligal, ifiaimuchlas it has always exemplified the iveracity if the King Bee's advertisement, vi...

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DENILIQUIN CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

!1 DEN-nilQUliWiciiiiiaoUIlT. y. ' , J Hb^u^vW hI'U.an; ? ;&%?_ \vaalfimfth nt tlie |Tny Hospital, -ih«rgod '\ilK manslaughter r'-| John* West, by giving' lain carbolic acid 'Istcad of tlio proscribed niedieirib,;-was ac flitted, ; 1-Jis Honour' 'said; .ifopr$oner bad-. beeti found guilty, fie Wulil- have ordered jhrm to fro l^ept in 'custody : till- tlie.; risiug of the court, and then discharged., .; -lie thought _ /prisoner was guiltv oNfejubral, wrong 11k iiot i' inquiring astQ wliat^niarifcel-'siiclf the tiiecii I cilia was on. . Ho cM rtyt wish to bo uniler I stood as reflecting upon ;- 'the gentlemen who ' formed the bospital coinmitteci but he hoped 1 that in future; ho . wardsman would be ap pointed who could not road and. write. ; BOnev, an aboriginal, was convicted of the manslaughter of William Mullins at Wheal 1 bah, ahd sehtbnce'dyt'o ' three months' hard , labour in,.Deniliquiri'gaol. » John Bovd was acquitted of the man slaughter of George Henry Foley. David ...

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ARTIFICIAL GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

ARTIFICIAL GRASSES. \ ? At a dihner: held recently in connection with the Kadina Agricultural Show, His Excellency recommended the Guinea grass and somo others,' about which tho' 'following is from the Register Another species re Wnmciidcd by,1 His Exc^Jlency is tho Elymus WdensatuB, or Bunch grass of British Colum bia. 'The valuable - qualities of this plant ct^jse it to be the most highly prized in the districts -where ' it grows. It is eminently nutritious; and even 'when it appears tohj^ denii working stock will do well upon it.^^H Rev.'^L, Biron who lived ,'for wveral ye^BH British Columbia, thus speaks of this~vi^^H grass ' In the early, days of tho colony, j before oats or barley had- been, imported, bunch grass was the only (as -it is still -the I principal) food of the trams - of mules and horses, wliicli, heavily laden with provisions anil goods, followed the gold digger into the mines over the roughest possible trails; ' I have ridden, hundreds of miles on horses whose so...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

. .. PiiFijiw-rxEuaKiNiA; w!bich is just now very 'previi Ion l among herds in yearly .every/district ?of Victoria, has made its . -appearance* in. the ?Varra Bend iifiid. On. Thursfiay, Dr., Roberf i ?»-!', ' Dr.,~ W. vThot^son.iai'jd Dr. Ralph wvre V'.-.?T-\'-3K'iit nt.thc \o6st- morteid--- exaamination ov.a . ?? .bclonginff'.ip'-tiifi .herd,' aiade by' SA-. 'ti Mitcncll. Tho.jio.it, mortem ^ proyqd ?? '.elusively that death resulted from ! pleur^vpnrumonia.. The whole iCf ? Road lichl. wjll W- jnoculatnd^j ^ 'I . - ? !

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Oct. 29th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

wool And stock keport. I Wednesday, 'Oct.. 29tli. With one or two exceptions, all tho stations. in tlie district have finished' shearing. The clip has been most satisfactory, with a greater amount of .growth of wool than has usually been the case, the staple being ' sounder and deeper grown, owing chiefly to the favorable nature of the seasons jsirice' last shearing. Another consequence is that the clip of the district will show more wool, and more bales than before. There is, at present, every appear ance of a dry season setting in, and oil many stations, their wells may soon be required.- During the past week the following, sheep have crossed the punt, namely On 22nd inst., 3, (S 00 fat wethers from Pimpampa, Mr. Palmer's, to .Vic torian -markets, in charge of 'Mr. M'Callum. On same date, 13,000 mixed fat sheep from the Barcoo river, Queensland, Messrs. J. J. Allen & Co;'s, crossed for market-in charge of Mr. James M'Intyre. On 23rd inst., 8,500 mixed , fat sheep . from th...

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MY SUNDAY OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

MY SUNDAY OUT. ' ' Please M'm, this is my Sunday j evening out ; can 1 go now ?' ' No, Jane, I can't let you go out, ! to-night. Piaster Freddy is unwell, ' xiiul you must remain with him.' 1 And Jane left the room with a sorrowful countenance. She was . dressed ready for setting out on her few hours leave of absence. She had put on her best bonnet, with the cherry-coloured ribbons, and had a large brooch fastening her shawl, and was even drawing on a pair of gloves as she came into the room. She had no thought of being disappointed, for the mistress had octroy e a constitution to her domes tics regulating their Sunday even ings out ; but with the despotism ?of a sovereign, she had revoked the ; edict and relegated her subject; back to the nursery with Master ; Freddy as a companion. Poor Jane. The little walk that you looked forward to with Tom or Harry is swept away, and he poor fellow will keep that appointment, wearily waiting, and at last turn - , ? home witlv a great sadness -...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

HAY SHIPPING. Alfred arrived from, Echuca 22nd inst. ; sailed up river, returned on * 25th, and left' for Echuca loaded T/ith wbol, on 27th. Freetraderipassed down with wool j . on 24th. , ' j Kelpie from up river with Cuba ; and Eli Elwah, wool, filling: 'up . with tallow and hides at the store of the agent, J. F.orsyth. Left for Echuca on 28tli. Elizabeth , from Echuca, arrived '28th. Made the trip in four days arid three hours. ; . . Victoria, detained at Benerembah. for want of water. ' Snow rise ex pected daily. ' Carowa expected to; arrive to day from Echuca. ;

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IMPORTATION OF STOCK FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

' 1 ? .- — ? '; ?/??? ,..-0-^4-7 IMPORTATION OF STOCK II (ffll ?t -.-ilBW ZEALAND. N Sir. Parkes has issued a notice prohibjtisf. the. importation into New South. Wales pf sloclc frpm.New Zealand or this jcolony. It i8,-hoV,'evcr, somewhat doubtful whether in So doing he is not breaking the arrangemei(t entered into on. the subject at the intercold niul conference held at Sydney. Tho follow ing is tlip clause on the subject agreed to by the delegates' That the importation of cattle, .sheep, and- pigs into New Soutll WalcsiiNew Zealand, Queensland, and Soutl| Australia be prohibited for a period of two years,:- from all places beyond the Austra\ listen colonies — such prohibition to commence, from/and after the publication of a notice; ! in the London :? Times, and the representa-' ; tives of the various colonies engage to 'intro duce , into their , several Legislatures such measures as may be necessary to carry out this object.' At the time this was agreed to, Queensland and New Zea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

Expiration of Lsase. RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. ' J. E. 'WARBY, ' Respectfully informs the inhabitants of Hay and sur rounding distribts that, in conse quence, of the expiration of his lease, he has resolved to retire from business, and is necessitated thereby to sell his entire stcick (now about £8000) as speedily as .possible— and, in order to effect this, the Stock will be re-'marked at a price that will not fail to clear every line. Tk o sale mill commence on Sat urday, the lhth November. 15 u Dress and Fashion. WE are vow showing the largest, most Varied, and best selected Stock in Riverina . of materials for Gentlemen's CLOTHING, comprising the latest novelties in Geolong; Engh'-ih, and . Scotch Tweeds ; doeskins, buckskins, stockenettes, diagonals, Venetians, silk mixtures, and so on.' We guarantee evevy article thoroughly shrunk before being mad'.e up. Samples and patterns s^rut, on applcation, to all parts of the district pent free. MURRAY AND 'CO., Tailors, Clothiers, arid Ge...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

IIAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE.. ARRIVALS. i JSunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Denili quin, 'W angatioll,' Sydney (viaDeniliqiiin) Monday— 12 a.m. From Maude and Bal ranald. ; . 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, -ftc. Tuesday— 5 a'.in. From Wagga /Wagga, .Narandq'ra, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Do niliquin, ahd Wangnnella Friday— 5 a.m. '.Frani Wagga WaggaNaran : dern,. and Svdrtey (via Wagga) . 11.30 a.m- -r Ecliucaj poniliquin, and Wan , g.inella . ''/ ' \ -3 p.rril ' Balranald,and'?-Iaude , 5 p.m. ..Booligal, Wilciirtuia and Darling / V' , OEl'ARTUIIKO: ' Sunday^-12 a.nv Maude avid Balranald 1 p.m.', Booligal, WilcanniV, -m'd Darling ' Monday — 6 p;m. Ecliuca. Denllujuin, Wan ganella . / ? 7 p.m. Wagga 'Wagga, Narandertf, and ? Sydney (via Wagga) . , . Wcdncssday— 6 p.m. , JSchuc'a,. Dem.-.i-j,uin- ^ Wanganella and Sydney (via D'qui.iy ? 12 a.m. -Maude and Balranald ' ? ? 1 p.m. - Booligal, Wilcanhia Darling, &o,. Friday— ~6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliqu...

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TELEGRAM. Sydney, Tuesday evening Oct. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

TELEGRAM. (From our own correspondent.) Sydney, Tuesday evening Oct. 28. A large meeting of Presbyterians was held last night in the [Masonic Hall to inaugurate St.- Andrew's College; The Rev. Adam Thom son, principal, in tlie cha ir. Some excitemen was caused by Dr. Lang declaring tlie whole proceeding il legai. j ' ?? , The Bishop of Svdrievi lectured on the connection between1 morality I and national prosperity, t ; j The Mutual Provident Society lias confirmed' the amendment of the bye-laws to-day. Various measures are being taken by officers of the corporation to remedy polution at Lachlan Botany watershed at Murrumbidgee. ? j ° Andrew Loder, J.P., Thomas Dowe, arid Benjamin Barber ; liavey been committed for misdemeanour and riot, arising ; out diunmyism. Rabbjts, or at all events, their skins, /ire likely to' be materially; enhanced in'Yalu?, if all that we hear bp truo. ? It, is said that/lbeir hair works np ? well in company with/cither cotton or wool in the- manufacture of...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS: (FROM THE DAILY TAPERS. ! ? v. , SYDNEY. . , \ 20tii Oct.- — The steamer Ballina ^picked up a small .empty yacht at sea, which, is sup posed to belong toNewcastle. Seniorser geant Kelly, of Parramatta, has died suddenly. A inhier. named Longmuir lias been killefd bv a stone, dropped from a bucket in Paxfon's shaft. The Congregational Union annual session commences ' to-night i the, Rev.- Mr. Sunderland has been elected chairman. , The (Jovoruinent have . accepted Messrs. -Mason 'and ElkingtonV tender to complete the Western railway into Bathurst. The ship Border. Chief was struck bv a heavy sea off tho Cape of Good Hope, and tho second mate, carpenter, and sailmaker were drowned. The steward of the steamer' Lady Young has been fined £30 for selling liquors in harbor. , The ship Samuel Plimsbll has been chartered to bring 'the | first batch of immigrants from London. ? | Arrived: Ben Lomond, Ethio pian, Border Chief, from -London ; Liberator, i'rom Adelaide. . ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

TIIE RIVERINE GUAZIEIi, I Published every 'Wednesday, at Hay, Murrumbidgee liiver, N'.W.S. Subscription : 'jlil per annum, or 5s. per. quarter, payable in advance: ? A very large number of copies are sent free to all parts of Iliverinaj but those who wHsh'tp obtain the? paper regularly niust subscribe. TO AdVi^TISEIvS.' The Riverine Grazier !-is bv. far/ the most widely circulated news-' paper in Riverina, and the charges,! enumerated below, are from twenty five per cent, to seventy -five, pei eent. lower than .those of any other newspaper in the district. Business people, stock : owners, agents, and others, will, there fore, find it greatly to .'their own in terests to advertise in The Riverine Grazier. / ' . Ad^bxisembnts.— For .. one 'inser tion, 3d. (threepence) a line. . For ieveiy. insertion after the first, 2d. (twopence) a line. For Advertisements ordered by the quarter : — per .quarter. One, whole column. - £.10^ 0 0 Half a column - - 5. 5 0 ? Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under...

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BLASTING AND BURNING LOGS AND STUMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

BLASTING AND BURNING LOGS ? ' AND STUMPS. Tlie difficulty of burning stumps lies in their solidity. It is ;by . no means easy to bum a solid stump entirely, but, of the vari ous plans which have been devised for this purpose, such as saturating the stump with petroleum, saltpetre, &c.y-the following-cheap., and easy method, as described in the American Agriculturist, appears by. far thehe$.t, anil i^ much employed in Amcfica,'- where : the aes tructioh of innumerable stnmps is a* necessity (if civilisation. ; Witli a 2-inch auger, bore a -y crticnl -liol a in the centre oLili c . itntj ip . .from the top to the bottom. Then in the-.siile of the stump, close to tho ground, bore a lfori zontal hole :towarils the centre, so ns to open into the bottom of the vertical hole. Drop some fire down the vortical hole into the centre of the stump. The draught of air entering; mil, like the draught of a chimney, i maintain the combustion of the fire in the centre, which gradually spreads...

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DI[?]INE OF FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

UlfraKfc 0#%FO'OT MOUTH I ' PLSiJAbli.'#® -? ?.:??. -ir - (From tlic Field.) ?? i' From time 'to time wc have: referred to ;t-he | -' prevalence of foot mid mouth distOmpeiyaml i ? have mrnlo suggestions for its trealinjnt anil | prevention. Advice as to tlie niaiiii^einent ol diseased- animals was, in .fact, gencinlly ] '?'anil liberally offered during the tune the affee- I . '*Tr.n \rnc rh'-iii.r. ? . but;\vhcdier in consequence 'of the rec^TO-iniiatiofes;not being carried out, - or from o'tf^mTis^ tho fact was .evident I that neith®^m^yy|cgislation nor .medical : treatmcnt-prevrinted the wido extension, of the ;? infection; '.-? '?? ?; ' /' v.'. V, La The outbreak, whieh;may- do si\id .to -Ijav.q, !» just ended its course, has- bedri;, dealt ? witli; ' throughout in:aii ^exceptional manner. The: I disease' attractq^Ol^c, attention from agricnl turists and vetonnpans than was-giyen to it at any previ6usf,%criod:; special' legislation was directed to tho'arrestation of itspvogress,...

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THE BOIS DE BOULOGNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

THE BOIS DE BOULOGNE. ? Few parks or public gardens offer a finer example of improvement or design than this. ?How we improve by friction ! . Till 1852 the Bois was virtually a forest but Napoleon IIL, in his admiration for English parks, de- I termined to add tlicir charms to Paris, or rather to improve upon tliemj and the Bois is one result; As a combination of wild wood and noble pleasurergarden it is -magnificent. The Bois de Boulogne contains more than 2,000. acres, of which nearly half is wood, a quarter grass, one eighth roads, ' and more than 70 acres water, i It has more than the beauty and finish of any London park in some spots, but, on the other; hand, vast spreads of it are covered with a thick, small, and some what scrub-like wood, in wliicli wild flowers grow abundantly. The planting oh and some where near the islands is far-superior to any thing to be witnessed in our own parks. There are sbm£ of the finest views liqre ever seen in a public , pule— the water .in one ...

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PUBLIC DINNER TABLE DECORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

PUBLIC DINNER TABLE DECORA TION, : f-v,:' . Tlie :most striking cliangc notitcablo in London' for some time past has' been the marked ..increase of. the ' button-hole. -flower and bouquet trade. Half-a-dozen jyeais ngp sii'ch bouquets were to be had onlj in ;'h 'few; places ; now shops full of 'them|iro seen, in aU our leading thoroughfares, anil' ov'en| haw kers, in the street sell tastefulfj ' aiwuigod tiny bouquets. At'; the same j.- lime public taste has shown much improvement as regards table decorations; and other Moor.; floral ornaments. Hitherto, so far, as wo have seen, the' floral decorations of public pinner; taWes havo'been popr and stiff in tho ^xtreme.' 'At a dinner- given the othej night :^t.thd Inns if Court Hotel, more than the beauty of aiiozefi flower-gardens was; tastefully arranged, ia' tho, great liiill of the hotel. Thousands of flowers^ and plants were employed, andpese all in tlio freshest- .health. . In ; addition! to tlio best flowers and plants usually em...

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