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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. . ARRIVALS. ? .Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Dcnili quin,Wanganell, Sydney (via Deniliquin) i Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude and Bal : ranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wngga, . Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.80 a.m. From Echuca, Dc ?'??*' ? ^iliqiiin, and Wanganella FHday— -5 »??'»? From Wagga Wagga Naran dera, *?d Sydney (via Wagga) - 11 30 a ni J-'Onuca, Denihquiiij and Wan 3 p.m. Balrahald -T'd Ma.ude . - .. ,5 p,ro, Bobligal, Wilo.^la ond DarIln& ? DEPARTURES! _ . ., '.Sunday— 12 a.m. Maude and Jt-.^lra'al(V . lp,m,. Booligal, Wilcannia, ana .?J3a™1« ? .Monday-~6 p.m. Echucn, Deniliquin, _lVan' : ganolla : : , ?''::.'? 'Y p.lii.' ITagga Wagga, JN'arBijdcra, antx ' ' ? ... . '. Sydney (via Wagga) 'Wednessday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, . Wanganells and Sydney (via D'quin) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald .1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia Darling, &c, Friday— G p.m. Echuca, Deuiliqu...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

THE RIVERINE GRAZIER, Published every Wednesday, at Hay, Murrumbidgee River, N.S.W. Subscbiption : £1 per annum, or Ss. per. quarter, payable in advance. ? A very large jmmber of copies are sent free to all parts of Riverma, but those who wish ; to ; obtain the paper regularly must subscribe. TO ADVERTISERS. The Riverine Grazier is by far the most widely circulated news paper in Riverina, and the charges, enumerated below, are from twenty five per cent, to seventy-five per cent, 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. ?''?'' Advertisements.— For one inser tion, 3d. (threepence) a line. For every insertion after the first, 2d. (twopence) a line. ; For Advertisements ordered by the quarter:- — per quarter. One whole column - £10 0 0 Haifa column - - 5 5 0 Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under a quarter column, each inch - -, 0 12...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. EXPIRATIQN~OF LEASE. The Great Clearing Sale. Has Commenced. J. E. MEBY, BEGS respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Haytind surrounding districts that the lease of the premises occupied by him will expire in March next. He is therefore compelled to CL EAR OUT the whole of his Extensive STOCK, about £8,000- \ WORTH,! 7 Before that date. \ - The following LIST OF PRICES will give an idea of what aa' ALARMING SACRIFCE ; lie has to make :— ; , Bed Ticking, lO-^d. per yard. \ --?- : . . Counterpanes. 3s. 6d. '', * . . /White Calico at 4s. 9d per doz. . Table Damask, 2 yards wide, 2s. 6d. per yard. ( / Twilled Sheeting, 72 in. wide. Is. 6d. \ Handsome Damask Table Covers, 12s. 6d. 1 Large size Table Cloths, superior quality, 8s, 9d. 1 Antimacassars, Is. each. 1 ;? Blankets at 12s. 6d per pair. :| ..???. Ladies' Stays, 2s. 6d. 1 Do .Hose, 4s. 9d. per doz. I '': ' Winsey Skirts, 7s. 6d. .1 Do. Quilted Silks and Satins, 12s. 6d. | 1 Silk Fringes and Fancy Dress Tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

Printing at Hay. fPHE undersigned proprietor of the Riverine ? A. Grazier begs to inform station holders, business people, and all who hare Printing Work to be done, that he has had extensive experience in general printing in the largest sad best printing establishments in London , aad Melbourne, and guarantees that whatever . he takce in hand will be done in a creditable manner and at prices lower than heretofore' . in Rirerins. Printing in colours and gold bronze done in beautiful style.' ?? ? ?. . ' '. ?? Station returns, pamphlet*, billheads, &c, &-V JOHN ANDREW. Worth Knowing. T)IJ£-PLE who have anything to sell or buy X ,or make known in, Riverinn, from the Murray to far north of the Darling, and from Altwry down to Wentworth, are ; advised to try advertising in the liivtrine Grazier ; the charges are the lowest and the publicity is the greatest that can be had in the vast district indicated, Overlanders and settlers having Store Stock for sale. might do worse ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

Dobson's   Express Waggon,' BETWEEN HAY AND CUDJELLICO 'TTTILL start 'oil Tuesday,. December 2nd, . YV with Parcels, &c ;' Moderate Charges. 4fiu ARE. LOST OR STOLEN. — Un : Friday, 21st November, from front of Mr. Cox's Caledonian Hotel j Hay. £1 REWARD will be given 'to whoever will return the mare to Mr. SHAN AH AN, Hay ; or if Stolen, £5 REWARD will be given .for information, that' 'will lead to the conviction of the thief. TKf ANTED .immediately' six AXEMEN \y and two' SQUARERS for the Hay Bridge approaches. Apply to THOMAS SIMPSON, Hay. .'-...-; 45u riROW2-T LANDS ACT.— Ninth Edition, V With all the Regulations and Forms attached; also tha. Commons s. d. Regulation Act ... ... 2 0 .Sheep Act... ....... 1 G Impounding Act ... 1 C ? ? ; Brands Act ... „. 10 : . ; ON SALE AT THE RIVERINE GRAZIER OFFICE, :'. -' ??.-.. ::,.'HxVy.V. -' Notice to; Owners of : : Mares.' '? .? --#tiSfe 'THE\^i^^y^ LAIRD.' OWNERS of Marcs, sent, to the above named horse are informed...

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ON DRINKING HEALTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

ON DRINKING HEALTHS. (FROM TIIE CITY PRESS.) Considering how much is done in the way of health-drinking both in public and in private, and bearing in mind how large a proportion of the good wishes uttered in connex ion with the process are bestowed upon a comparatively small number of persons, it would be. interesting to know how much better anybody feels for it all. Do the members of the Royal Family, for instance, appreciate all the small talk that is poured ???put so liberally in their honor? Would they be any the worse off if some of it were dis pensed with ? or does it exercise an unconscious influence upon them, and so benefit them in some strange and unknown fashion ? Certainly the custom ought to be productive of some good, seeing the amount of suffering it causes to a large number of unoffending peo ple, but, so far as can be learned, its influence is of the most imper ceptible kind. The practice is far too firmly rooted to be got rid of at present, but beyond the fact that...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (from TIIE DAILY PAPERS.) Sydney, 25 th Nov. — The Assembly is dis cussing a motion censuring 'Mr. Parkes for his treatment of the late Attorney-General, and the debate is severely personal ; one of tho charges against the Government is that they saved themselves from being defeated by re-appointing Mr. Moriarty by obtaining the votes of Mr. Butler's opponents, on shelving his claims to tlio Chief Justiceship in favor of . Sir James Martin ; Mr. Robertson lias moved the previous question. Mr. Evans, a builder, was found insensible in the bush near Queanbeyan, and died soon after. A miner named Ramshead was crushed to death by a fall oi^coal in the A. A'. Company's mine at Newcastle to-dnv. A nugget weighing 134-ioz. of pure gold was found at Welcome Lead, Bushman's, to-day, and a 70 oz. nugget on Saturday. Sydney, 26th Nov. — Tlie Assembly is debating the question relating to the - aboli tion of the office of Solicitor-General, and the creation of a Minister of...

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INSANITY IN ITS RELATION TO CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

INSANITY IN ITS RELATION TO CRIME, [from THE SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN.] Dr. William A. Hammond, a high authority in the medical world, lias written a . very interesting little volume entitled ' Insanity in its Relations to Crime.' He takes for his text three recorded wises of murder committed under! morbid impulses by persons otherwise of sound mind. He aims to mid some fixed and definite principle by which all juries should be .govdrned in dealing with|similar cases. 1 He re jects the idea that the criminalty of the act resides in the intention of the actor. The author says ? ' That, op tlie plqa of rectitude pf mention', the most outrageous crimes against society may be justir fie'd is evident when we recall to mind the practices of our ancestors as. regarded hcretics, witches,' and sorcerers, whopi they burnt at the stake with a purity of intention truly angelic. Clearly intention cannot .constitute the' essential feature of crime, for the best men are liable to err, and a mistake ...

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SHEARING, &c ON THE DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

SHEARING, &c., ON THE DOWNS. (FROM TIIE PAltLING DO^S GAZETTE.) Business having caused me to visit a number of the neighboring stations, I send you. a few linos in reference thereto. At Gowrio tho feed is remark ably good for stock. : They were here busily engaged in shearing operations, the shearing being in the e'reaso. The sheep seemed in excellent conditio?}, and the wool remarkably clean ; the lambing had fieen good. With reference to the fine crop of wheat on this estab lishment, Cr. B. King, Esq., in formed me that njst had made its appearance amongst it, but I am glad to bp able to add that I have' £incp seen Mr, King, and he in forms me tliat he' anticipates but little detriment to. his crop from the ruet. They will probably finish shearing in about 1*4 days. ' At.Westbrook shed, on Oakey ' Creek, when I passed, they were busily engaged in shearing. The sheep are in much better condition than last year, the Wql clip in ex cellent orcler,' and very clean; the lambing...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

The heavy rains which fell ten days or so ago cm thp soiiptry where the Lachlan River lias its source, have caused a considerable rise 'in that stream, whiclr will have ono good pffect, viz., that oflillijig many of the creeks that flow back ; from jt' iiwts course, -,8 till this flood does, not bring pn alloyed comfort, - ior the road leading to -the Darling through Booligal will lie so overdowed as to be im passable for stpek fpr a number of miles, and - groat inconvenience and detention will be experienced by drovers. This part of the leading thoroughfare, from the market in Melbourne to the stations beyond the Lachlan must be made without more delay if the Government will do their duty to themselves and the public generally. We hear of pro mises of something being done, and of -the o pressing necessity of such being efVectod as §oon as possible, but, as yet, nil this is mere verbiage. The summer is now advancing, . , and if this w. rk is not commenced at once it cannot be prope ...

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MELBOURNE. November 29th, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

MELBOURNE, v . (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.') ? Noj-embcr 29th, 1873. J-tie President ol Jianils, who has be. en sitting to hear the appijals of certain squat ters in the Riverina district' against 'this find ing of the local boaiils. recommending that tho liconco of such squatters runs should, be forfeited for attempting to violate the lnw nf settlement, has got' a very delicate ' duty' to discharge. He/has. tlie law to administer in its] purity ; and while he has to exercise., 'a. . ' discretion; ry power ' 'over thoso who inav- ' havo eith r designedly or ignorantly been breaking its enactments, Mr. Casey will : find that 1 e has undertaken a work which is the rovers; of pleasant. Great interests are involved ia the issue, anil more public atten tion will I : given to this matter' 'than ariv other que; tion now before the public. If squatters have been breaking the law tliev deserve ti be punished for' its violation, anil - pretty so.lndly too ; but confiscation of rights is far ...

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 27TH NOVEMBER, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

HAY' MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.; Tiiusday, 27tii November, 1873. ' ? ?Present- — Frank Johns, Esq., Mayor, Aldermen 'Witcombe, Sabine, Simpson, and Tartakover. ? Minutes of last meeting ' were read and confirmed. The clerk read correspondence as follows:— Froni-Mr. Macgregor, informing that the £1000 loan would be granted, and that a mortgage deed was being' drawn. '' Letter, read froin Mr. ESftrveybr Browii, promising plans, &c. of the town by next coach, encased in zinc or,' corrugated' iron, and asking that the .mail-driver' might be cautioncd to take special care of them. ? Communication from the conference of municipal, delegates in, Sydney enclosing memorial to Government to be signed by the mayor and aldennau,. asking for an increased perpetual endowment, and that the act might bo altored accordingly. ' The finance committee recommended pay ment of herdsnjaii's .salary due, £8 6s. 8d. Agreed to. ': Clerk- laid on t,lie table list of rates still due, amounting in all to about ...

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SYDNEY. 28th November, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

SYDNEY. : (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.'). 28tli November, 1873. The question of tho Premier's conduct to wards his late colleague, Mr. Butler, came up again before the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday night, when Mr. Buchanan moved his vote of censure. Therowas little new light thrown on the matter. When Mr. Buchanan had concluded his phillipic, and Mr. Bennett hail quietly seconded :. his motion, Mr. John Robertson moved the previous' question, on the ground that no good could, come of the House expressing any opinion on tho subject,, as the resolution affirmed tliat tho appoint ment made was a good one, and . the question that' remained was n personal ono that con cerned only Mr. Parkes and Mr. Butler l'ho Givernment voted against the previous ^ucalio i, but the House decided by 22 to 17 that 111 i question should not be put. Mr. Parkes then moved the adjournment of J the House n order to express his views on the. subject Ho admitted he was to blame for his imprudence in intimating...

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HAY POLICE COURT. NOVEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

IIAY POLICE COURT. Noveaiber28. ? Murray v. John M'Glyn, assault. After hearing evidence, M'Glyn was fined Is., or oiie day's imprisonment. Arising out of this case, Mr. Murray said something which the P.M. construed into contempt of court, and ordered Sir. Murray to find securities for his good behaviour towards all her Majestv's subjects, especially towards him, the P.M., foil six months ; in default, to be imprisoned for seven days, or to .apologise. . Mr. Murray said ho :had neither said nor done any thing that required apology, and lid would not [ipologise. He was locked up, but shortly afterwards securities were given, himself in £20 and two others in £10 each. Mr. Murray informs us that lie purposes referring the matter to higher authorities. December 2; . . Charles Dickens, alias Dickson, was charged with illegally using a horse' on Tupra station. Mr. Tyson being away, there was no evidence, and accused' was bound in his own recognizances of £10 to appear on 2nd March, 1S74....

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (from THE DAILY PAPERS.') ... London, 22nd Nov. — Mr. James Harrison lias read a paper before the -j Society of Arts on liis process of freezing meat, and explained the failure- of the, shipment on board the Nor folk ; ProfessorJJGamgee, who was present, ? .questioned the possibility of a commercial success being attained, owins to tho cost ?which was involved in tlie undertaking. Tlie corn market is strong, with an upward ten dency ; Adelaide wheat is quoted at GGs. to 67s. per, quarter- for the finer qualities. The copper market remains without any notice able alteration. Tin is ? depressed, with .little business doing ; Australian, £116. London, 23rd Nov. — Tho Right Hon. B. Disriielli, M. P., has been installed as rector of tlie Glasgow University. Coals are declining in price. : It Iibb been found that the friendly Fantees are unreliable, and 2000 of reinforcements are starting for tho West Coast of Africa. . Further bush fighting has -taken place betwedn th...

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COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

COURTS OF QUARTER- SESSIONS FOR 1874. Hay — Thursday, 5th March ;. Thursday, 30th July. Deniliquin— Thursday, 26th February ; Thursday, 23rd July ; Friday, 18th De cember. Wagga Waggfr — Thursday; 5th' February; Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 2Gth No vember. . Albury — Friday, 13tli February ; Friday, 10th July ; Friday, 4th- December. Wentworth — Friday, 20th March ; Friday, 14tli August. Bourke— Friday, 8th May, Thursday, 5tli November. ' DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Ilay — Friday, Gth March ; Friday, 31st July. .? i , Deniliquin — Friday, 27th February ; Fri day, 24th July,; Saturday 19tli December. Wagga Wagga — Saturday, 7th February; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. Albury— Monday, lGth February ; Mon day, 13tli July ; Monday, 7th December. Corowa — Saturday, 2.1st February ; Satur day, 18th July; Saturday 12th ^December. Wentworth — Saturday, 21stl- 'March; Saturday, 15th August. . ; Bourke — Thursday, 7 thMay ; Wednesday, ,4th November. ?

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TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. DEC. 2ND, 4.59 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

? TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUIt OWN COIlRF.fil'ONDENT.) SYDNEY. ' Dec, 2nd. 4*59 p.m. On Friday tlie Governor assented to tlie - Tariff Bill abolishing ad valorem duties. Mr. -Buchanan's Bill legalising Marriage with Deceased Wife's Sister was read a second time unanimously. Yesterday, at the election , for East Mac ? quai-ic, Walter Cooper was elected. ? MELBOURNE.;. The hearing of the cases against squatters w^for dumniyism has been concluded. Mr. ~ Casey reserves judgment. Tho Navigation Board blames the Helen for the collision with the Dover.-scourt. Tho London wool sales have opened. Tho arrivals amount- to fifty thousand bales. Prices about the same as last sales. Tlie Tichbornc trial lias recommenced. ? SPAIN. Tho bombardment of, Carthagena has begun. I [We received tlie following injvarious tele. gram$. which we published as tliey arrived.] (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (ST.OM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) W agga Wagga. First. Day. | Wednesday, Nov. . Mtjrrumiiidqke Turf Club Marks' Pro duce S...

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CUDJELLICO. Nov. 26th, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

CUDJELLICO. I ? (l-'ROM OUU OWN CORRESPONDENT.) . Nov. 2 Gth, 1873. Mining, since .the visit of -the .'.Commis- sioner, lias-received a great check lie having allowed all the claims, that are do wn. to .water to register for three months ; at the end of. that time they will be just as far advanced as now. It is really- a great pity that 'there are no capitalists willing to invest in some of the claims; Want of means is tlie onlyidraw back here ; you can only sink 40 feet before you get water, and then timber and whim are required; and men without means coriie ;to a standstill. Not only arc the men's tune lost, but tho ground is not proved, as a shaft at that depth proves nothing. What is wanted is a company formed out of five or six claims (who are doing no oarthly good alone), and with a really good maiiagor ut the head, of affairs there would bo every probability of a speedy return for capital invested. | .' The business people -liavo great faith in the future of Cudgellico ; tlie...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

Sydney, 22nd Nov. — Mr. Brams ton, of the Queensland bar, has been appointed Attorney-General at Hong Kong. The two com panies formed to construct street tramways have amalgamated. The mechanics at Wallsend mine are still on strike for the eight hours system. The opening trip of the Sydney Yacht Club took place to-day ; Commodore Dangar after wards entertained the members at luncheon. ' ;! Sydney, 24th Nov.— The volun teers speak enthusiastically of the ? kindness they received in Melbourne on the occasion of the late rifle competitions. A newly-coppered schooner of about 100, tons was ' seen bottom up by the Alice Cam eron on the voyage from Auckland. /' The schooner Captain Cook has / been wrecked at Port Mackay./ George Webber has been remanded at 'VValgett, on a- charge of mur dering Davis, a hawker, near Forbes, three years ago. The portion of the Southern mail lost at Molonglo during the flood was recovered yes terday. The mechanics at the Wallsend mine have arranged to accept...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

THE RIVERINE GRAZIER , Published every 'Wednesday, at Hay, Murrumbidgee River, N.S.W. I Subscription': £1 per' annum, or 5s. per. quarter, payal le in advance. A very large num )er of copies are sent free to all parts of Riverina, but those who wish o obtain the paper regularly must subscribe. TO advert: SERS. The Riverine Grazier is by far the most widely circulated news paper in Riverina, an- the charges, enumerated below, are from twenty five per cent, to sev inty-five per cent, lower than those of any other 'newspaper in the distiict. Business people, stock owners, agents, and others, 'frill, there fore, find it greatly to theft own in terests to advertise in The Riverine Grazier.. Advertisements. — For one, inser tion, 3d. (threepence) a line. For every insertion after the first, 2d. (twopence) a line. For Advertisements ordered by the quarter: — per qufjtcr. One wliole column - £10 0 0 Half a column - - 5 5 0 Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under a quarter column, each inch - - 0 12 ...

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