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SYDNEY. October 23, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 October 1874

SYDNEY. CfUOM OUR OWN CORUKSfOXDENT.') October 23, 1874. During the last few days reports nnd rumours from Polynesia have been rife in Sydney, First, for nu un doubted fact, the Mikado brought us the news that on the 2nd October tiie cession of Fiji to the British Crown was duly proclaimed amid general l'ejoieiugs nt Levuka. Sir Hercules ltobinson found the Kiug and his advisers fully prepared to place Fiji under the dominion of the British Sovereign.' The Attornev-Genneral, Mr Innes, drew lip the deed of cession, securing full control ot Fijian affairs to the Crown, and Thakambau and his chiefs willingly signed it. .There is one ominous draw back. . Maai'u, who hns been for some years past second only to Thakombnu in Fiji, kept aloof. He wo* sup posed to be in the eastern island, which Sir Hercules went to visit In the Pearl, after tlie conclusion of busi ness with Tliakombau. Mnal'u is a Tongan by birth. Ho made himself master of part of Fiji, and has sought to establish Tongnn la...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 28th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 October 1874

' STOCK REPORT.. : ? Riverino Grazier Office, Wednesday. 28th October. 1874. Wa had a welcome rain storm on Sunday afternoon:' it came dowu la torrents lor about half an hour, and must have filled the' tanks and dmiis in iis courso, be sides killing a few of the young locusts. Tho fttmos-: phere has been cooler since. Wool continues to be shipped on arrival, . the carrying capacity of our steam fleet being, this year quite equal to tho requirements of the trade. North Yanco station (Messrs Menzies, Nicol, -and Douglas) finished shearing last week. The Muugn dal. Povensev. and Tchelory clips were offered last week in Melbourne, and brought big. prices, being in splendid condition. 0000 young ewes have left Clare for Whcalbah, in charge ? of Mr. Wright. 100 rams have left. Wangnmon station, Mr. J. M. Sanger's, for *Mr~ 'Patterson's station Bynya. 2000 fat ewes left Tubb.o for Melbourne last week. They are muster ing for' fat cattle nt Wallaby station, Booligal ; n flock of fat sheep f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 October 1874

WILLIAM WILLIAMS, : Stock, Forwarding, insurance, and GENERAL ^GENT. . Station Supplies of every description., on Sale or indented, THE OLDEST- ? SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. . WILLIAM HEWITSON IN returning thanks for past f.ivours, would call the attention of his friends and public generally to his lai^c assoitmcnt of SADDLES and HARNESS, which aic of the BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskiu Saddles made to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. 'W H having in his employ several first-class tradesmen, that have worked in the lead ing shops in Melbourne, Sydney, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to execute all orders entrusted to. him, in a style and manner not to be surpassed m the colonies. In the HARNESS DEPARTMENT will be found single and double Buggy Harness, Carriage, ?'Waggonette, and Dray Harness, all of the very best material. Waggonettes covered and trimmed. Light and Heavy Collars always on hand. ' Whips Spurs ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, October 21, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 October 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. . . Wednesday. Octolwr 21. 1874. ° ' Fat Cattle.— 'Ml head yarded for tho wcck/tliis heing , U moderate supply, prices remaineil at last week's rates, except for the last lot, which was too heavy for sum ,,meruse.- . 14') Mr p. Macgrcgor's, from the- Wilson tun, Queenslauil, culls from last week's lot nvornired £11 Os 3d ; 300 bullocks, Mr James Tvsou's, frouv'J'uwS bong, averaged £12'4s. ; 250 Mr'i'obfu's, from Winba'f, .. Darling, averagedjeu lJJs'Ud. ' Fat Sheep.'— 2«;500— the largest number offered in any week for' two years: r Notwithstanding the ti nnntity .(through the agency of the meat oomnnuicx), pi-ices re . mained within a shilling of last- week's rates. Meat ' ? companies took KiOO, shipping 1008, graziers UO0O, trade : 13,723. ; SUSO, Messrs Uligg and M7Amlrew, 14s ; 110 ewes, srr F. L. Parker's, Qufamoug, 12s; 2U40, Messrs Lamb, Kiddle, and Dale's, at 7s 3d: for shorn wethers, and 370 culls at Gs; 3U35 wethers from' Cuba, very . pnmc, at los; B...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 October 1874

:,?- HAY SHIPPING. ' - ictona sailed for Echuca with wool on 22nd iust. , Riverina sailed on 2J!rd witli wool for Echuna. Murrumbidgcc left for Echuca with wool on 26th inst. ? : lVentworHi sailed up stream on -SJtli inst. r Elizabeth and Burialwgic arrived this morning. The river Muirnuibidgce at Hay is 10J -feet, falling. On Saturday it stood 11 feet at Wagga, and was fallimr ? at Qundagai. ? ? ? ? ? : ?

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

' 'IIAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABJjE. AIU1IVAJ.S. feunday — 11.30 a.m. From Ecluica Deniliquin, Wau ganella, Sydney (via Denlli(|uin). Monday — 12 a.m. Front :Maude,'l!aIrariaI(l.' .r- p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, See. TucRday-rfl a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, nnd - Sydney (via AVagga) ob. ' . . , . , AA cdnesday — 11 .yo a.m. From Ecliuca, Dcniliquin, and AVangarclIa. - * I-riday it a.m. From AA agga-AA'agga, Narandera, and Sydney (via AVagga) ll.JJd a.m. Echucn, 1) niliquin, AA'anganclIn 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 0 Booligh), AVile.-imiin, and Darling Dlil'AltTUItliS. ' . Sunday— 12 a.m.; Maude and Balranald ? 1 p.m. Booligal, AA'ilcannia, and Darling ' Monday— rG p.m. Ecluiea; Deiiiliquin, AVarignnella .J J'.-'!-,' Wwga, Narandei-a, aud Sydney (via Warei) AA ednesday— ll p.m. I'.chuca, Deniliquin, AVanganella. . . and Sydney (via Deniliquin)'!; ? n .?,???.: ' , 12 nun. . Maude and.Balranald . ' - 1 p.m. Bmiligal, AA'ilcannia, Darling, &c. ' ' '. Friday— (J p^u.'1 'Echuca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

j £50 Reward. The Riverine Cattle and .SItetp-St.ealing ' : Prevention Association *, ? HEREBY offer a reward of ' fifty POUNDS to any person orTpcrsons who will give such information lis will load to the conviction of any one stealing Horses, Cattle, or Sheep, the property of any. Member of tlie Association. ? ; ; 1 LIST OF MEMBERS/ President— C. W. Simson, Esq., j.P. , ? Viee-l'resiclcut— Wm. Lang, iJsq.' , ' Thomas D'Arcliy i M. Jafl'ray ' * Wnlter .Symiur. ; Wragge and Ilcarnc »\ illiam M'Kvoy Godfrey and Chambers WhittinjjhamlJros& Haines Joseph Smith ? Thos. Jnnief! ? - - Jolin Peter , M . A. Brodril)]) Putrk'.k'Il. Curtain jNI'Leay, Clark & Co. Joseph M'Gaw John liiithcifonl and Co. F.. Chambers -«? '??-?»?- Alfred N. Gilbert. 1-'. C. an(l K. Is. Brodnbb T. and 8. J.e.n month . - R. CJiirnside and Co. - Molosworth and Ware ' Stanbridgc aiid Co. J . Brewer 1*. Davis Joseph Holt William. Martin . , Treasurer— J. Macgrcgof, Esq. i ? Secretary— John Fairbairni Esq...

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MILITARY AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

MILITARY .AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. I The correspondent of tlio I' all Mall Gazette states that, in spite of the stnto of French I'inance, hardly a voico has been i-Uisid ngainst the fortifications proposed by the Government — first of all with the view of ''''closing the gaping wound left by tlio. late war in the flank of tho . country,' mid next for the protection of Paris, Lyons/&c. The military authorities propose, therefore, to fortify Verdun, Toul, Epinay, B el fort, Bc sancon, . Ijj.angros, Gronoble, . Lyons, and Brianco-i, hi a special manner, and also: to protect; tho, valleys of tlie Hauto Moselle, and i tljib. ];s.ere. ,- The ^Var[ Minister is in a hurvy to, go, to work ; and no wonder, for al6»g GO: leagues of tlie Eastern frontier there. , is - nothing ,to ;oppose . an invading army b.u,t the almost 'useless towns of Longwy Toul, Verdun, and' Belfort. At the three latter it is now proposed to form large en-* trenched camps.' while there- will'- bo -three large places o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

Remember the Pound , Sale. ON THURSDAY, 5tii NOVEMBER. Heavy Draught ????Horses,: &c. .V ; GEORGE B UTTER W ORTII, 573-54 Auctioneer. Sale of Furniture, ' i BUGGY, &c. ? AEORGE BUTTERWORTH has received i „y . instructions from Dr. Frean to Sell - by Public Auction on TUESDAY NEXT, the r lOtli November, at Belmore Cottage, ? The whole of his superior lot of Household Furniture and Effects Also, An Excellent BUGGY, with patent axles, new pole and shafts, lamps, &c. Sale to commence at two o'clock. Without Reserve. . Terms — Cash. ? N.B. — The Auctioneer especially begs to direct the attention of the public to this ; genuine sale. ; Medicated Sulphur, Mercurial, Hot Air, and Ptrf timed Vapour Baths. THE'latest medical discoveries of England and the Continent adopted. These in valuable baths have now thoroughly estab lished their reputation. Their exhilarating, purifying, and invigorating effects are uni versally acknowledged. References per mitted to the medical...

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MONEY-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

? MONEY-MAKING. wuu inc mass cnere is a positive aovo tion to the art and labour of money-making ; the unrest of accumulation seizes on llicm like a fever; unless they are continually getting-, adding to their store, investing at a good profit, reinvesting, and . so crowding in to a few years the natural work of a life time, they arc wretched ; filled with the sense of envy of more fortunate people, sul len, discontented, angry at not' being able to reach or to surpass tho level of their neigh bours or competitors. Even really good men are thus infected. I remember one, of great intellectual power, and by no means poor, who had hoard of an essay 'On tho art of getting on,' and was eager to get it, read it, and digest and apply its lessons. Another a good rind deeply pious man, confessed to mo that ho felt a real pleasure. in getting nioney. When such as these give them selves up to tlie pursuit of wealth, as -of something good itself, what can we look for in the case of others who h...

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THE PERSIAN POET HAFIZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

? THE PERS!AN POET HAFIZ. : pf. all Persian , writers, Hiifiz is the only ; one who. has any '.claim to be .considered las, : in any sense, a universal poet ; his are tlie ' , only songs .which have, spread an influence 'beyond his own nation or the circle of Islam, and liave :. even, .touched, however faintly, a cfrord that has vibrated to the car of Cliris ,...tea,aom. mere have been deeper thinkers in ?'^Persia; the author of the ' Masnavi,' for instance, has sojinded depths in the human heart of which Hafiz never dreamed ; but lie ' lias never won a tenth of the fame which his more gciwal fcllow-coimtryman 7ms achieved. It'is the old contest of Burns against Words worth, — only, to suit' tho Persian comparison, we must divest Wordsworth of, all liis lighter poems, and leave him alone with. the 'Ex- ! xitrsipni' and the' 'Prelude.' HAfia has ap !!'pcalod;to tlio' universal sympathies of , his countrymqn.;, his imagination has sought to elevate common life 'and its feelings; and '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

IMPOUNDED # Hayf oii tfw 28tU October, from tlie Common by tlie llerdsmnn— Black horse, etor, IIS ljkc Alll- ucnr Pliouldcr, collar and aaddlr mmk'Ml, nc^'r. lib, 15s i rc^casc^» '*viU be Wild at this r'otmd, at. riofiYr. o'n tnc first Thursdrjv loitrtcccn days after iAs^rlion m the Government Gazette. tM .geo»ge Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY~EM0H. DEPOSIT'S RECEIVED on Current Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash' Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, und all other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies throughout NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager. WILCANNIA. ? ? A BRANCH OF The Australian Joint Stock Bank IS OPENED ITIOR the transaction of all usual Banking 1 Business. . J. N. ALLWORTH, 538u Manager. BOURKE. A BRANCH OF T...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday, October, 31. VICTORIA RACE MEETING. FIRST DAY. MELBOURNE STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

MELBOURNE. Cfrom our own correspondent^ Saturday, October, 31. VICTORIA RACE MEETING. Fiubt Davy MELBOURNE STAKES. A Sweepstake of 5sovs each, with 75 added; for 3 years old, 7st 31b ; 4 years, 9st ; 5 years, 9st 61b ; 6 years and aged, 9st 7lb. One mile nnd a quarter. Dagworth. ... ... ... 1 Harricot ... ... ... 2 King of tho Ring ... ... 3 MARIBYRNONG PLATE. Five furlongs. Maid of all Work .... ... 1 Richmond ... ... ... 2 Avalanche ... ... ... 8 HOTIIAM HANDICAP. One mile and a half and a distance. Newbold ... ... l Woollaniai . ... ... ...? 2 Threo ran a dead heat' for third. VICTORIA DERBY. A Sweepstakes of 25sovs. each, 5lt, with 500 sovs added. For 3 yrs. old — colts, 8st 101b ; fillies, 8st. 51b. The sccond horse to receive 50sovs, and the third to - save his.stiikea. One mile and a half. Melbourne ... ... ... 1 Stockbridgo ... ... ... 2 ? Time — 2min. 46sec. ESSENDEN STAKES. Of lOsovs: each, h. ft., with 150 added. Two miles. Tho Diver aud Hero dead heat..

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

At its last meeting the Municipal Council resolved to write, through tho Mayor, to the Minister of Works, asking for the bridge to be handed over to them, now that the contract of Mr Simpson has been finished. We fear that (his is not a wise policy for our local Parliament to adopt at present, for the work which the contractor had to do in completing his contract, docs not place the approaches in such a condition as to make it prudent for tho Council to take the whole into their own hands, even if tho Govern ment be willing to give it to them. The approaches arc far from being in a complete state. Tho whole roadway, must be metalled and a fence placed on each side of it, to pre vent sheep and cattle from running down tho sides, and so destroying it as to render a large outlay of money necessary to keep it in repair. Any one irli 0 Trutghe? a flock of sheep ruunt'ng down the slopes, and sees the damage they do to the approaches, will sue in a moment the wisdom of getting them finishe...

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FORBES. Tuesday Evening, Nov. 3, 8.50 p.m. LACHLAN RIVER AT FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

FORBES. (prom oun own corrrespondent.) Tuesday Evening, Nov. 3, 8.50 p.m. LACHLAN RIVER' AT FORBES. The Lachlan River is falling fast. Weather fine.

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, 29th October. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

IIAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, 20th October. 1874. Triscul : Wm. 'nl'lne, Esq. (Mayor), Aldermen Lakcman, Tnrlakovcr, nnd Cox. ^ ' The minutes of the lost meeting' were read and coil- 1 firmed. I A petition was read from rate-payers, asking for the drainage of River-street. A conversation ensued, which resulted in it being understood that nothingconld be done to it uutil the Lachlan-street channels were formed. The following letter from Mr Pcarce, P.M., was read To the Mayor and Council of Hay. ? Gentlemen,— I adjourned a ease for one' month, where your Inspector of Nuisances charged Mr Esplin with' permitting the drain upon his premises to be n nuisance. Now it was proved by the complainants, tho nuisance was not on his premises, but arose from drains running from them into River-street ; where from obstructions to the sewerage ducts of that street, the drain .was choked and always will liable to he so, until improved drainage is made there. It appeared to me, therefore, that th...

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BOOLIGAL. 1st Nov., 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

DOOLftxAL. (from oun OWN correspondent.) ; . 1st Nov.. 1874, i nave notning oi importance to recoru this wees, business being very dull nnd the weather extremely hot, snakes very lively, and the grasshoppers very thick. They (the grasshoppers) have invaded many of the dwcl-. liug hotises; arid have eaten Up; everything before them; curtains, belts, purses, ladies' dresses, have all been at tacked by these pests. Kerosene has no effect in stop ping their ravages; most ot the gardens in this district nnve been stripped of everything, and fruit trees havo been destroyed for this season at least. We hnd a grand foot race a few days ago for £5 a side. Some strangers from Hny backing their man, who appeared in racing costume. Billy Lord, our local pcd., took the wind out of their sails very quickly, winning the race just as lie liked. The strangers made their way up river, sadder if not wiser men Hay, in days gone by, was celebrated for good card playing. One gentleman used to keep up an ...

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SYDNEY. Oct. 30th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

SYDNEY. ( FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Oct. 30th, 1874. oir uercuics itoomson returned to 1'ort Jackson on Sunday moruing, nllcr having carried out the behest of Her Mnjcsty, ana received the cession of Fiji. The next morning appeared in the daily papers a full report of the proceedings. The deed of cession signed by Cukobau (nrouounced Thakombau) and twelve other chiefs, in cluding Mnnfn, who received the Governor most cor dially, on the first part ; and by Sir Hercules Robin son, 'ns the representative of the Queen of England, on the other nart : in the most simple and unetiuivocnl terms gives all Fiji, the islands included in a square, of seven degrees each way, between 13 and 20 degrees south latitude, and between 175 degrees cast and 177 degrees west, longititude, to the Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, with n iiope that Her Majesty will govern them justly nnd affectionately. Sir Hercules Robinson, as Governor of Fiji, appointed au Executive Council, consisting of Consul. Ln...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

DISTRICT: COUIITS.. FOR 1874! Hay— Friday, Gtli March Friday, 31st July. ? Deniliquin— Friday, 27th February _? .Fri day, ,2Jtli July ; ? Saturday, jl 9,tli /l)ecpmbcr. Wagga Wagga — Saturday, 7th February; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. Albury — rMondav, IGtii February-; -Mon- day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th'iDccombor. 1 Corowa— Saturday; :2lst Feb!runry ; Satur- 1 day, 18th July'; Saturday, 12th December. Wentworlli— Saturday^ 21st r {March ; Saturday, 15th Aiigust/* ? ? ? ? . . Bourke— Tlmrsday, 7tli May Wednesday, 4tli November. ' , ' COIJRTS OF QUARTER : SESSIONS Denilicjuin— Thursday, 2fith 'February Thursday,; 23rd July ; Friday, ; 18'tli ' De cemb'civ ; : ! Wagga Wagga— Thursday, 5tlV Februaryj Thursday, 2nd Jiily ; Th\trsd'ay,;29:tii:,No vember. ? - - ; Albury — Friday, 13th February '; Friday, lOtli Jnly ; Friday, -1th Decembor, Bourke— Friday, StliMay j .Tlun-sday./iili November, Printed . and published bys the; ipro'prietor John Andiiew, at' the Wl'uivf Store,'...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY. November 3,1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY. (from odr own correspondent.) November 8.1874. Sir Hercules Robinson's nppointment ns Governor of Fiji, is only temporary. Tlie Victorian Government protested against the appointment by telegraph to Lon don. Goldsborough is still a firm favourite for the Cup at three to one. Parliament opened to-day at noon, there was a lair muster of M.P's. The bank of New South Wales at Goulburn has been burned to the ground. Cattle dull, sheep easy. The Victorians won the rifle match yesterday, and lost to-day.

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