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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 4th November, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

STOCK REPORT. I Riverine Grazier Ofticc, 1 . Wcdiiesdav. 4th Notcmbcr. 1874. I The weather hns been warm, with hot winds, sincc cur last. The grasshoppers are committing fearful havoc ia some places. In one of the Illillawa paddocks the boundary rider's cottage was carpeted with them two inches deep ; and on the verandah they had accu mulated against the wall like snow drill to a depth of 18 inches.'' 'fhey cat lip carrots, onions, potatoes, and everything gfeeu tlrnt stood in their way. This year's clip of wool will most likely average one-fifth more than tnat ona« year. rne siock movements lor me wcck are: — Mr William Tysou, sen.,- left Jeramy on the 2nd inst. with a largo mol- of breeding cattle for hi? new sta tion on tlie Warrego; 0500 wethers from Tcrv awynii station are approaching Booligal for Melbourne, via Hay, Mr J. Cameron in charge. 700 fat wethers left Steam Plains Station, for. Victorian markets, on 20th Oct. 11,700 full nwithed £wo», from Burrabogie, crossed at Hay ...

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

WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and GENERAL AGENT. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented, THE OLDEST SADDLEBY Establishment in HAY. H ® s i ® 'S /m-Wm t si ' 3D j . . Wffimw in 2 ;: f l mmkk &S I ® P | i-WILLIAM HEWITSON IN returning thanks for past favours, would call the attention of his friends and public - generally to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which are of the ?BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskin 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 shop's 'in Melbourne, Sydney, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to_ execute all orders entrusted to him, in a style and maniier not to be surpassed in the colonies, In the HARNESS DEPARTMENT will be found single and double Buggy Harness, Carriage, Waggonette, and Dray Harness, all of tlio very best material-, i Waggonet...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, 28th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. . Wednesday, 28th October, 1874. Fat Cattle. — 1200 yarded, nnd sold. 110 head, from Messrs Watt and Thomson's, Uraun station; bullocks . averaged £10 Is 9d, cows £8 12s 5d; Messrs Simpson nnd Lyall's 21 head of cuttle averaged £11; 232 from . Nap Nap, Messrs T. M'Farland nnd Co's, averaged for ' bullocks £10 5s, cows £/i 12s; 235, Messrs Sullivan and Co'(, from the Bulloo, avsraged, bullocks £10 5s 5d, cam £/j 5s. Fat Sheep. — 24,100 came to hand of suitable des cription. The trade took 11,400; meat companies, 7200; graziers, 5500. On better quality the market was in favour of sellers. 1056 ewes and wethers, Mackellar and Holt's, Cudgellico; 202 ewes, Mr F. L. PSrkor's, Quiamong; 1170 wethers from the Murrumbidgee, at 13s; 1800 shorn ewes, from the Murray, at 6s 6d; 4630 wethers, from Queensland, nt 10s ; 3076 wethers, Burrabogie ; 2341 wethers, Messrs Peppln's, Wanga nella ; 3518 wethers, Mr Palmer's, from Canoou ; 1148 wethers, from the Murray; 2470 from T...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

HAY SHIPPING. Elizabeth sailed for Echuca, partly laden with wool, 'on the 19th ult. Burrabogie sailed for Echuea on End inst. Alfred arrived yesterday, and sailed up river to-day The River Murrumbiugcc at Hay is lift, at Wagga last Saturday, 12ft. The Darling at Wilcannia, according to the Times, ^wasflft, and rising on the 28th ult. The Rivers.— On 23rd October, the Barwon was 15ft falling ; tlie Namoi, 14ft, falling ; at Brewarrina - the river was rising slowly ; at Bourke the Darling stood at 18ft 3in, above summer level. — Central -?! us tralian.

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MELBOURNE. October 31 1874 [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 November 1874

MELBOURNE. (from OUK OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Octoher ill 'IK7.-1 The Sunday question has been set at 'rest,' so far as Parliament is concerned. The division 'on Mr Wood's motion was arrived at on - Wednesday night, when Si) voted against it, and 25 for it. Now'that this question has been settled in Parliament, I am left at ease to re fer to the arguments for the pros and cons on the mo uon ; ana J. ireeiy state that tlie weight was on the side of those who were opposed to it; Had Parliament consented to open the public library and Museum on tho Sunday, iu order to give the public an opportunity ot studying the books shelved in one, and the speci mens of nature and art in the other; they would have virtually opened the door to an amount of Sabbnth pro fanation, which would havo lost them much of their right to the title of Christians. It is rather remarkable that whilst in this colony grent efforts were made to in troduce the Paris Sunday with all its freedom, the As sembly of France rej...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

Why is a beefsteak like like a locomotive? Because it's not of much account without it's tender. - Macaulay oncc observed that prize sheep were only fit for candles, and prize essays to light them. A Califorsian poet hii's bought a mule, and a brother poet ehroniclcs'it as a remark able instance of self-possession. ? The Question of the Hour.— What's . the time? An Established Fact. — Nothing Apices a person laugh so much as a set of new teeth. ; Regular Spoutcrs.— Wlialqs. - . A Taking Paper.— The sheriff's warrant. A convict wroto a letter to his brother, a serious letter, without an attempt at a joke, which, however, concluded thus : 'I must leave off now, for my feot arc so cold that . I cannot hold my pen.' ' ' When is a young, lady like a whale ?— When she's pouting. A temperance gentleman named Todd has sued a licensed victualler for addressing a lctter.to.him as Mr Toddy. ' ; The most popular judge in Missouri just now is one who has decided that a woman is not an; old maid ...

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By Electric Telegraph (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. Melbourne, 5th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

By Electric Telegraph ; (from our own correspondent.) ?V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. Melbourne, 5th November. Maiden Plate, a sweepstakes, of 10 eovs, h.- ft, with 200 added. For 8-yrs old, 7st ; 4 yrs, 9st ; 5 yrs, 9s't 81b ; 6 yrs and aged,; 9st 101b. One mile nrid a half. Scanmag ... ... ... 1 ' King Philip ... ... ... 2 ? Menindie . - ... ... .1. 3 Railway Stakes, a sweepstakes of 5 sovs each, with . 100 added. One mile and a quarter. Stockbridge ... ... ... 1 Polidori .... ...' ... 2 . Barmaid ... ... ... 3 Kkhsistoton Stakes, a sweepstakes of 10 - sovs, hi ft., with. 200 added. For two year-olds. ? The winnor to be sold for 300 eovs. Five furlongs. .Richmond ... ... ... 1 Fraternito ... ... ... 2 MELBOURNE. CUP. A sweepstakes of 20 sovs eacL', 10ft., or 5 if declared, with 300 addod. The second horse to receive 50 sovs, and the third to : save his stake. Two miles. Harricot ... ... ... 1 Protos ... ... ... ... 2 The Arrow ... ... ... 3 Time— 3m. 37 sec., being one second more than la...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

v Hot water may be used both to promote digestion and allay . thirst. It acts on the stomach as a gentle stimulant, and, if taken agreeably hot' (not merely 'warm), does not produce nausea. A little of this grog taken by any person of weak digestion before retiring to rest, has a beneficial effect ; but it may be used at any time, and there is nothing better for slacking the thirst, a little going a great way, and preventing the immoderate drinking of cold water. Stitch in the Side. — A simple way of stopping, at the moment, a stitch- in the side is to stoop and touch the foot with the hand cor responding ? to the side attacked, keeping the body as upright as possible. ' .Appealing to the Audience.— When Dickens was last in America giving readings, his agent, Mr. Dolby, unconsciously caused a deal of amusement by sending out some advertisements in these exact words: — ' The reading will be com prised within two minutes, and the audience are earnestly entreated to be seated ten hours...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

Sale of Furniture, BUGGY, &e. FRIDAY NEXT. GEORGE BUTTER WORTH lias received instructions from Dr. Frean to Sell by Public Auction on FRIDAY NEXT,'- tlio 13tli 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. Salo to commence at two o'clock. Without Reserve. Terms — Cash. .. N.B.— The Auctioneer especially begs to ; direct the attention of 1 the public to this genuine sale. WANTED by a well-educated Young Man Situation in a store, an hotel, or on: a station. Can keep books, and would make himself generally useful. Salary, moderate. ; Address— Commercial, office of this paper. : T HAVE this day authorised Mr. H. C^ JL Viviain to collect all my outstanding ac- , counts, and his receipt will be a sufficient discharge, ' ' 7 ' RICHARD FREAN, . . ~ Surgeon. J November 7, 1874. ? 583-55

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MRS. LEWIS' MEDICATED VAPOUR BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

' MRS; LEWIS' MEDICATED VAPOUR BATHS. Mrs Lewis has, opened. an establishment in Hav, anil as. we believe it-may bo - of serTiee to the public generally, we take the follow ing description from the Australian Advocate of April, 1871 In conveying to the public somo informa tion respecting these baths, we have an agreeable duty to perform, considering as we .do, that thev -.deserve a more prominent notico/th'ah has hitherto been' bestowed' oii them. We have had the luxury of a' trial, and having, on tho first introduction to Sydney of the Turkish bath, had a largo ex perience of tho good, in a sanatory point of view, resulting from its use, we may per haps be considered competent to offer an opinion as to their comparative merits: — Mrs Ltwis's baths' appear .to us to combine all the benefit to be derived -from the ' Turkish',' with tlie additional advantage of, at the same time securing all the good that can possibly be obtained by the absorption into the system of Sulphurous Apid. O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

Hillston, Lachlan ' . RIVER. A Public Meeting -will be lield at Hillston, on the 4th inst., at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of taking the necessary steps for establishing a public school here. C. HERMES, 580-55 : Secretary pro tem. For Sale by Tender. A VALUABLE ALLOTMENT in Rirer Street, Hay, jN.S.W. Frontage to'said street, 40ft. The above is part of allotment No. 24 a, commencing at a point 93ft from the S.W. corner of. sub-divided portion No. 8, being part of that allotment sold as Lot No. 26. _ Tenders for the above will bo. open until the 12th day of December, 1874. The lowest or 'any tender not necessarily accepted. Title guaranteed; For further particulars apply to R. B. SOUTHEE, Auctioneer, Land and Commission Agent, 582-59 Balranald. R. B. SOUTHEE HAS been instructed by Mrs. Committi to sell, l-y public auction oh the 2 1st of November, at 2 p.m., lot seventeen (17^ of section 14, 66ft frontage to Market-street, Balranald. ? 581-56 SIX' NEWSPAPERS, from various places....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

Darlington Punt. SHEEP and all other kinds of Stock can be crossed Hi all times, whether there - be a flood-in tbe.riveror not, at the above punt, two mites below CUBA. . liPWABP GRIMLEY, . . Proprietor.

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SYDNEY. November 6, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

,: SYDNEY. . (prom our own correspondent.) November 6, 187.4. Parliament is again m session ; and we are likely to have no lack of exciting topics for some montns to come. On Friday, a few minutes afternoon, the two Houses having assembled, Sir. Hercules Robinson, came in state to the Legislative Council, and performed the vice-regal ceremony of telling hon. gentlemen to begin their par liamentary duty. There was the usual array of distin guished foreigners, naval officers, and fair ladies, to grace the scene. Anu witn tne Governor's lainuy: came Prince Timothy Paku, son of the ex-king of Fiji. The prince, who is six feet high, appeared nmul the brilliant company in a dress well suited to the scorching weather we have had this week. One felt some regret that all whose duties bring tliejn into the heated atmosphere of the Parliamentary Chambers, could not defy the tyranny of custom, and dress in like manner — with one loose an'd comfortable garment, a ' tunic,' or iu plain English a ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

- DEATH. : ] 6 Pameb. — At Hay, on Sunday, 8th; inst,, at| the residence of Mrs. J. H. Palmer,! Gideon Palmer, eldest son of Matliew| Palmer, of Canoon, in his 25th year. g

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BOOLIGAL. 8th Nov. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

BOOLIGAL. (from our own corrrespondent.) 8th Nov. 1874. ! Stock. — I have to report tho arrival of 1500 head store bullocks to Wallaby from Burragarang, Mr A. Burcher in charge ; they wero dclivereu in fine order. [The muster at Wallaby has just finished, they have I ^branded from five to six hundred, which is considered very satisfactory. The Mossgiel races have passed off and havo given great satisfaction to most parties. Old Lonsdale pulled [off the best prizes, our old friend Taminick, of Hay celebrity, being always in the rear. Jimmy-go-looscly won the Consolation. You will receive a lull, report of the'races in due course. The river is now.falling, and we hope shortly to inform you that traffic will be resumed through our town. Wc have been at a very gacat; disadvantage this wool season, ?as all the teams have had to make a long round, and cross at Whealbah, making their distance to travel fully thirty miles further than it crossing at Booligal. It is to be hoped that before n...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874: [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

: DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874; Hay— l'nclay, 6th March; Friday, 31st Julyf-p. f-y riffi ; ? . i' Deniliquin— Friday, 27th February ; Fri day, 24th July ;; Saturday, lftth December. AVagga AVagga— Saturday,' 7tli February ; ' Saturday; 4tlr,Iuly ; Friday, -27th November; ^ : Albury — Monday, 16th February ;V Mofc ' day, 13ih July ; Monday, 7tli December. Corojva— Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th 'July;; Saturday, 12th DccemberJ Weritwortb— Saturday, . '21st' : March's ' ' Saturdays 15th 'August. ' ? ; ! ' ' Bdnrlte— Thiirsday, 7 th May W cdhedday, ' 4th November. ' ' ? COURTS OF QUARTER ' SESSIONS ? Deniliquin — Thursday, . 26th February^ ? ; Thursday, 23rd. July ; /Friday, 18th ,Do cember; '. ' 1 ; ; Wagga Wagga — Thursday, 5th February; ' Thursday': :2nd' July ; - Thursday, ?6th N6 vcmbcr. ' ' Albury— Friday, 13th February }; ^ Friday]. j 10th July ; Friday, ^Itlr December.':1' - .. . Bourlce— Fridajv 8tli May { Thursday, 5th ' - November.- : ? ' ! '? : - y ? ? d Printed .and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY^RMOH, Deposits received on current Accounts, Interest nllowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, end all other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. The Baiik issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies throughout v 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 FOR the transaction of all usual Banking Business. J. N, ALLWORTH* 588u Manager. BOURKE. A BRANCH OF The Australian Joint Stock Bank is OPENED FOR the transaction of all usual Banking Business. DUNCAN M'ALISTER, 539u Manager. Bank of New South Wales. ' Capital £1,000,000. , Heserue Fund £3^3,333 6s, 8d.. , A HAY BRANCH. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Account, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discou...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, SYDNEY. November 7, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY. (fiiom our own corrkspoxdkntA November 7,. 1874'. inere nas oeen ncavy weatner in Melbourne, iilou din's tent was blown down. The intercolonial stock inspectors' conference com menced its sittings to-day with closed doors. The Victorians won the chess match. Lee's racing stable at Randwiefe has been burnt down.' One horse was lost. me jjarreiis, iu r aiofkuw, miss uoiviuc, ana iMadame Anna Bishop have arrived by the moll from San Fran- . cisco yesterday. Tilton sues llenry Ward Beecher for criminal inter course with his wife. Beef i3 down 2s 6d per 100 lbs. Sheep arc easier ; full' fleeced wethers fetch 10s 6d.

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ; ARRIVALS. Sunday— 11.00 a.m; From Echuca Deniliquin, Wan ganella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). ' .' Monday~l2 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannin, -fec. Tuesday— 5 a.m. - From Wagga AVagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wngga) . Wednesday~11.80 a.m. From^Echuca, Deniliquin, and Wanganclla. ' , Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga 'Wagga, Narandera, arid Sydney (via Wngga) . . 11. U0 a.m. Euhucn, D liilinuin, Wangnnella 8p.m.1 Bnlranuld nnd Mnude . r 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling-, . OErAnTuniiS, — Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald - ' 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling. Mondayr-0 p.m. Echuca. Deniliquin, Wanganella ! : 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and . Sydney (via, Wagga) I s Wednesday— 0 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, ' WariganeBa,' ' and Sydney (via Deniliquin) 1- n.m. Maude' and Balranald. . . 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcamiia, Darling, Jic. . Fridayr-6 p.m. -Jichuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella. ? ? 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and Sydnpy. (via Wagg...

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MELBOURNE. November 7, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

. MELBOUENE. (from our own correspondent.) November 7, 1874. The grand race for tho blue ribbed of the Victorian turf ' has been the general subject of conversation iu oil circles for the last month, and many a heart was boating with happy expectations which will now be heavy and sad. The great event— the race, for the Cup— ia past and gone, and the knowing ones aro all out at the elbows. Few of those who look upon themselves as of any authority in racing matters were able to spot one of those horses placed in the race» and not one ot them was able to see a winner m the showy Harricot The crowd which wended its way to the course numbered nearly 80,000 people— a greater gathering than was ever before seen on tlie Flemington race-course. The amount re ceived from the gates for admission to the ground reached £0000, and, taken altogether, Melbourne never showed to greater perfection than on last Thurs day. The patrons of the day are increasing numerically every year; and with the excep...

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