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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 December 1874

V: - ' HAY. SHIPPING.; . -, Burrabogic .arrived from Echuca on 26th --' --November, and returned on 1st Deccm ' : lior. ? , *- -fJorowa sailed for Echuca on 2Gtli.Novembor. Princess Balled for Echuca on 27 th Novcm ? --ber.. ' Victoria arrived from Wagga on 28th No iud sailed for Echuca on '30th ? ? ? November. ' Wcntworth arrived from Echuca on ,29th. ... . November, and is now loading wool. -Riverlna.sailed for Echuca oii 30th Novem ;; -1 -ber.; --- ? .i : ; : . ?? - Hero-' camp 'down stream and sailed for Echucaon 1st December, ' : vCumberoona arrived on 30th November from . -Soufh Australia.-; C'orrong left Echuca for Hay on 1st De ? pom beiv c : L , . -Tub 'Miirrumbidgee at . Hay is 7 feet, frtlliac. At i ; .. 1 . „ W'ngjra an Saturday it was 5 feet, stationary. Unless a riae takes p!aee;tlin navigation will close in a week or two. Waloett,- November 20.— All the: rivers low and falling steadily. Namol is 5 ft ' above' summer level and falling. Barwon is 6. feet above summer if...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

£-60 Reward. ' The Riverine Cattle ami Sheep-Stealing; Prevention Association HEREBY offer a reward of FIFTY POUNDS to any person or persons who will give such information as will lead to the con.'ic:ion of any ono stealing Horse.% Ca'tie, or Shcnp, tho property of any Member of the Association.. ? . LIST OF MEMBERS. President — C. W. Simson, Esq., J.P.. Vif c-I1 resident— Wm. Lnnir, Esq-. Thomas D'ArcJiy M. Jaflray WnltCT Syiinot Wrnjrgc and.licnrno V/iiliam M'Jivoy Godfrey aud Chambers. - W'hiuinsli.im lirosfc Ilniiios Joseph Smith . Tins.- James John Peter W. A. Bniitribb Patrick B. Curtain M'Leav, Cnrk & Co. Joseph M'Gaw .Mm Ku'lierford and Co. F. CiiamV r; Alfred N. Gilbert F. C. am! F,, Drodribb T. and S. J.enrmonth It. Cliirn- 1 e nd Cn Moleswort.li aud V/ai-3 Stanbridge tud Co. ~ ' J. Brewer . P. Davis ; Jo3oph Holt William Martin Treasurer — J. Jracjrrecror, ftcq. Secretary — John Fair-bairn, Esq. » ®|e |Biteii u is published every Wednesday, at Hay, Murrumbtdcce Ri...

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YOUNG EDWARD AND HIS REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

YOUNG EDWARD AND HIS RE WARD. (from the danbury news.) The following interesting story of a brave boy's work has never before appeared in print, although occuring several years ago. At the time of the incident a widow woman with her young son Edward, were living in a dilapidated house ou the banks of our Still River. Tlie winter had been very severe, and a heavy body of snow lay upon tub gronnd. Heavy rains were falling, the stream was very ninch swollen, and al ready great destruction had been worked upon properly on its banks.' This was a wild night. The rain fell in torrents, and ihe roar of the water was distinctly heard in the little cabin occupied by Edward and his mother. . . Suddenly a startling crash sounded near by, and it hardly ceased when a cry of/a-human being in distress pierced the air. In an instant the brave boy, his sympathies fully aroused, was on his feet. 'It is the bridge, mo;her,' he cried, 'and some poor traveller has gone down with it.' He seized a lantern,...

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Wagga Races. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (From our own Correspondent.) Wagga, 2nd Dec. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

Wag-era Races. BY EtECmO TELEGRAPH, (JFrom our oion Correspondent.) . Was-fra, 2nd Dee. 3$a hes' Produce Stages — Weights 8 st. Throe quarters of a mile. Snowden oolt ... ,,.1 Belinda ??? 2 Whiffler ? ... 3 Time — 1 min 21^ sees, Thb Wagqa Cur of 500 savs, with ft sweep 10 sovs each added ; the second horse to rcceive f-0. scuvs, and the third to save liis stake fro.m the prize. Two niUcs-. Diver ' „ ? ... 1 ilarricot ? ? 2 Cassia ... ... ».. ... 8 Harricot led till half-a-'mile from the post ?when Diver passed hi'm, and won by three lengths. Time— SPTiin. 35secs. Maiegn Plate, v. sweep of 5 sovs each with 100 sors O'ldcd. For all mnideu horses, iiicludiDJ* winner of tho Two-year-old Stakes. miles. Himperor ... ... ... ' T Liberty . ... ... ... 2 Ruby ? ? ... 8 Time — 2min 48isec. Thr Tcrf Club Plate of 80 soys. One mile aud, a quarter. Weight tor age. Express ? ... ... 1 Paddysland ... *** ... 2 King Billy ? ... 8 Selling Stakes of 50 sovs. Once round ' tho course ; weight for age....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

G-enei'al Election of ; f Members to serve in ? tlie Legislative As sembly of New S. 'Wales. TO THE ELECTORS .IN AND FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF . BALRANALD. BY VIRTUE of a Writ, under the hand and seal 'of Sir Hercules George Robert Robinson, Governor and Commanderin Chief of the colony of New South Wales, dated at Sydney on the 1st day. of Decem ber, 1874, and addressed to mo as Returning , - Officer for the Electoral District of Balra iiaid. . I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to the . Electors of the said District that 'TUESDAY, THi'3 TWENTY ' ' SECOND DAY -of DECEM . ? . . : BER isst ' 1874, I? appointed for the Nomination of a ? Member to serve in the Legislative Assembly ?of New South Wales, as representative of the Electoral district of Balrauald aforesaid. -The Nomination will take place at the Court-house, Balranald, at noon precisely of the day above mentioned, when iu the event of a contest, a poll will be taken at the se veral places named below, on Monday, lltli January, 1875. Su...

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THE WEEKLY PRESS ON THE PECULIAR PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

THE WEEKLY PRESS ON THE PECULIAR PEOPLE. Baron , Pigott, remarks. tho Spectator, has at'last settled tho curious point' raised by tho Peculiar Peoplo— whether domestic treat inent of the sick without doctors is or is . not a punishable offence. Thomas Hines, of Woolwich, one of tho sect, was tried on Wednesday, on a charge of manslaughter, for having neglected to sccuro medical at tendance for a child who died of measles, or of convulsions following measles. It was proved that the fathor nursed the child care fully, had giveu it port wine, sugar, and ar rowroot, and had, in fact, done all ho could except call in a doctor or administer medi cine. Baron Pigott, therefore, laid it down that there was no case, the Legislature not having made medical attendance compulsory. There was no neglect, but great care, and a man could not bo punished for manslaughter because ho was superstitious. The decision was unquestionably sound, punishment where there is no criminal motive being always un j...

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THE TRANSIT OF VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

THE TRANSIT OF VENUS. '' \ (PROM THE QUIVER. '- In tho year 1382, on the 6th December, will occur a very remarkable phenomenon, and one that will greatly excite thescientific world, name'y, the visible transit. of the planet Venus across the disc of the snn. -? Few parsons now living have beheld this rare phenomenon ; nor is it probable that any person who may see it in 1 882 will over ?witness the spectacle again. The transit of the sains planet acro:s the snn's disc, which will take place on the 9th of December, 1874, will, doubtless, have the effect ol' awakening public interest at an early date to ; 'the .event .of 1882. Venus appears to the 'inhabitants of tho earth as tho most beauti ful of all.tho~planetary stars, being the second from'the sun, -and one of the two inferior ? planets having their orbits within that of the . oartli: At the period of her greatest sp'.en-' ' 'dour, 'her light is . so intense as to cast a shadow ' upon the - earth's surface ; and at certain season...

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. Writs were issued on 1st December. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

THE GENERAL ELECTION. 'Writs were mucrt ou l^t Dccembcr. ' jj.^iranaiu.— »u^iaber to he elected,' 1; 'returning ? o.iiccr, John Cram«ie, Esq.; place of nomination, Bal ranu'd. ^ Vo.'ling places BalranaJd, liuston, Oxley,: Hav, Wentwov'viv, bnotypd, Condoublin, Menindee on the Darling Kiver, Wileanaia, Pooncarie, Old Tintina logy, Aore^ r.ration. Maude, and West Bourke. Date .oi Nouiiuatiyu, 22nd December: polling day, 11th January. ? 1 ne iio-;an.— .Mcmtier to be elected, 1 j returning oiiicer, Gtoi^re Tayh;r, J2mj; place .-»f nomination, DubU-i 1 o.hng p'aeej : — Dubl-o, Cauowindra, Bourke: ^xundooran, Counabarabran, Caunonba, Condoublin-, .Melon#, Welriugion, Walgptt, Brewarrina, Coolah, porbes, Dand^i.o, Gow«;olgou, Colli,. Mount Harris. Weeuiftoah, Burrawaag, 'I'oygoag, ^Batliurst, Curra 09ne»*pftl'ra*-wl.p« .M' Lean's Inn at linlgandrlmine, on the Bogan River, Yeo's Iuu -at Mun-vanga, on the Lachlan m-er, Murrun^undy. Corrinda, Warren Creek, Biiraeso's Merri Merri Creek, Mnnnim...

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SYDNEY. Dec. 4th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

SYDNEY. (most OUR OWN COIUIESPONDKNT.^ ' ' - ' . . Dec. 4th, 1874. me preliminary work of the general election is; now engaging the attention of the people. The proclamation dissolving Parliament was published on Saturday last, and every day this week there has been some new an nouncement of candidates for seats in the Assembly. There are now eleven candidates for the four scats at the disposal ol the electors of East Sydney. Mr Parkes, Mr Edward ? Flood, who formerly held a seat in the House for some years, and was for a short time a mem ber at Mr Cawper's Administration ; Mr Charles Moore and Mr Cooper (members of the last Parliament) — these four have becu proposed as a ' bunch' by some of their friends ; but a disineliuation was manifested at Mr Parkes's meeting last night to havo the other names joined with his. Moore aud Cooper arc objected to by many of Pavkes's supporters. Then therearcMrOakes anil Aldorinau Macintosh, late members; 'Mr Johu Youug, a well-known builder aud c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

. Australian J oiiat Stock Bank. HAY~BRANGH. ? ? BEP-O.SITS ? JIECEIYED ...on . ..Currout Accounts,. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Kates, Bills IMscuuntert, Cash, Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, is rid all . other BANKING BUSINESS.'. promptly Transacted. . ? ' ' Tho Bank issues 'Drafts and Letters ; of Credit upo.n 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. WILGANNIA, A BRANCH OF The Australian Joint Stock. Baiak ? - ? - ? IS OPENED ? - -- FOR the transaction of all usual Banking Business. Jv N, ALL W ORTH, 538u Manager.. BOURKE. ; A BRANCH OF The Australian Joint Stock Bank IS OPENED' ' ? FOR the transaction of all usual Banking Business. ! DUNCAN M'ALISTER, 539u M imager. Bank of New South, Wales. Capital £1,000,000. Reserve Fund £;')(y,:j33 Gs. 8d. HAY BEM0H. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on...

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JOHNNY DOBSON'S COACH TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

. ' JOHNNY DOBSOiV'S CHAnTf. TO THE EDITOK Ol' TUB JUVKIUNE UttAZXER. out, — i noLjeo oy auvertisement in your columns, that 'Johnny Dobson' has commenced running a waggon from Booligal to Hay ; starting from the tor mer place every Wednesday morning. If honest. John would alter his day for leaving Booligal, Wednesday to Thursday, he would supply a great public waut, and doubtless be well recompensed in addition. It has long been a crying complaint that passengers leaving Hill ston on Wednesdays, arrive in Booligal on the evening of the same day, and have to remain in that infernal hole all Thursday, became Messrs Cobb and Cc. so will it; whereas, if Johnny Doh.nm's waggon wim ruuniug on that day, he would be always sure of a few passengers, especially now that the Christmas holidays are ap proachiug. I hope Johuny may see the force of my re marks, and act accordingly. — I um, &c., &e., LACHLAN. ' [Thculteratlon above referred to ha3 been made.— Ed. if. Gr.]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

ThE system of red-tapeism which the Go- ' vernmcnt insists on observing in all its ; M.n»i'aiions- is-in- many- instances-perfect ab surdity, nnd! something worse.. Nothing can, I be done, no matter how important and' hovr : pressing, till a whole volume of forms, and1' a whole host of officials have had it passed through- ihcir midst, and this cannot be effected -without. the wasting of mouths of Valuable time and without exposure to much inconvenience. It is upwards of twelve months since we called the attention of the . Minister of Public Works to the condition of the road beyond' Booligal leading to ' Wil caunia, and the imperative necessity, that existed for the necessary repairs being exe- ' cutcd before the heavy rains of winter reti- I dered it unfit- for thoroughfare: This matter J has Been pressed: on, the Government by tlie ! people of Booligal and surrounding district I for some. years -past, and. yet nothing has j .becu-.donu tol remedy. .thu. ev.il; ; .'rWhen. Mr.. | P...

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CONFERENCE OF STOCK INSPECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

CONFERENCE OF STOCK INSPECTORS. (9YDXBV MOKNINO HEItALD, DKCHMBER 1.) The following is the report of the proceedings of the conference convened, at the instance of the Government of New South Wato, to consider the best means to be adopted for securing joint and ; simultaneous legislative action on the part of all the Australian colonies in deal ing with, infectious and contagious diseases in stock. The undermentioned colonies were represen'ed New fcoutli vvales^. Mr Alexander Bruce, chairman; Queens land, Mr P.U. Gordon; South Australia. Mr O. J. Valentino: Tasmania, the lion. James Whytc;. Vic toria, Mr JJ. Curr. ' i ' After mature deliberation, tije conference agreed to the resolutions submitted herewith on the undermen tioned subjects:— 1, Definition of terms;. 2, pleuro pneumonia; U, the importation of stock-from beyond the Australian colonies; 4, the extinction of 'infectious and contagions diseases in stock, and the conduct of the stock traffic butween tlie different colonies ...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR IS £? Hay — Thursday, 4th March ; Fridav, 3Ct.i July. Balranald — Friday, liith March ! l'rfdav, Cth August. Wentworth— Saturday, 20th March ; Saturday, 14th August. ... '. Den'liquin— Friday, 26th February; Friday, 23rd Juiy; Friday, 17tb December. Bourke— Thursday, G;h May : Thursday, 4th Novem ber. Corowa— Saturday, 20th February; Saturday, 17th Julvj Satu-day, 11th December. Wapgi Wagjra— Friday, 5th February : Saturday, 3rd July; Friday, 2Gth November. ?' Alb-u-.y — iloiiuay, 15th February: Monday, 12tU July; Monday, Gtli December. ' DISTRICT; COURTS FOR 1874. ' Ilay — IiViday, Cth- March*;' Friday, 31st July. Dcniliquin- — Friday, 27th February ^Fri day, 24th July ; Saturday, 19th December., Wagga Wagga— Saturday, 7tb February ; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. Albury — Monday, 16tli February ; Mon day, 13th~July ; Monday, 7 th December. Corowa — Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th December, Wentworth — Saturday, 2lst ...

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MEETING OF THE HAY BOARD OF SHEEP DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

MEETING OF TI^E HAY- BOARD OF SHEEP ' DIRECTORS. * A special meeting ot the-Board took plaee at the Cale donian Hotel, Hay, ou the 3rd inst., to nominate a fit man to fill the Inspectorship vacated by the death of Mr John'Fairbairu. ' There were present Messrs M. Palmer (Chairman of the Hoard), Joliu Clarke, and A. N. Gilbert.. At the re quest of. Mr Palmer (who was indisposed) Mr Clarke took the chair. 1 hero were two applications considered, and that of the present Acting Inspector, Mr Johu Keighran, was accepted.- - . I he special meeting then closed. An ordinary meeting then took place, at which it was resolved that the Chief Inspector should be written to, recommending a reduction in the rate of assessment on stuck. Matters connected with the late Inspector were .discussed, aud letters ordered to be sent to the Riverine ?members on the reassembling of Parliament, requesting them to endeavour to procure a large iucrease in the compensation proposed to be given to the widow and f...

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MELBOURNE. December 5, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN COItRESl'O.SDENT.) A IfiTd Tlie buolilca] oi Parliament lins becu enlivened bv a scene between Dr Uol»on( of tlie Upper (Jlmiuber, und lac. lion. J. J. Casey, .Minister of I.nnds, of tin; Lower Chamber, during the wen!;. The former jreutli'mnnlias charged the Minister of 'Limits with nurisinp. liim to violate tlie Land Aet, and backed up ills statement with tiie evidence of Pro:ess6r Strong. He has also stated that Mr Casey Iia.? acted 011 the principle lie advocated in his own ca-e for lie lias selected land at Point Ne pcan, and relieved lumsell irom the necessity of living i lipon. it. This has caused a very warm debate in tho IJouse,. an(l Mr Casey lias not improved his character for sterling. Irmesty by tlu.sliow he mad;- in reply to tlie charge so pressed against him. There will be more 01' this matter ere the session .ctoaes, aud it should not sur prise me if the Minister-find lie has get into a hornet's nest. He got some very hard knock.-* from metri...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

HAY POST OFl'ICi; TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. Sun:. ay — 11.30 a.m. From .Jjchuca Dcniliquin, Wau-. (raaelln, Sydney (via Dcniliquin). Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From Boo'inal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday— 5 a.m. From Waggii -Wagga, Ifanrndora, and Sydney (via Wafrg-a) Wednesday — 11.30 a.ih. From Ecluica, Deniliquin, and \Yn:u:ru:e'a. , Friday — j a.m. Frqm Wajga Wajrga, * Iwiraudero, ami Sydney (via Watrga) 11 /JO a.m. Kchuea, D uilinuin, Wanganella, 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia; and Darling diiparturks. Sunday— IS a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Boolijjal, Wi'canniaj-and Darling Monday— G p.m.' Eshuca, Denilionin, Wan'.me!!a 7 p.m. Wagga, Narannna, and Sydnev (via Wap-pn) Wednesday—I) p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin' WaiigflueUa. and Sydney (via D'niliquin) 12 a.m. Maude and B ilvanilJ 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darlinp-, &e. Friday — G p.m. Echucaj-DeinJiquin, Wnnganclla 7 p.m. Wnprca, Narandcra, and Sydney (via Wag-pa) Box closes. :ha...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 9th December, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier 'Oftico Wednesday, 9th (Wemh.^ k The wither top th-i put few \XM \#cll c.xtremclv *M? Ycfc?*nnp?to \\-) deg. in the. siuute, and to 104 in tile 'cixxest o} dur T.u Carnage done by the late ^ to two. mouth;' feed — timt is, fbfc 'ftins at the end of ftoveuihr.rwire eaten as bare ~^is tlwy usually are abnut the be-rituyug i»f February. The ViVcr jflurruiublUufj iu Jh;Iin:r iast^aud some of the back..; 'Country wool ha* tint yet com*.1, in, and may have to be I ? cartea vown to. henuea. I he crossiugs at !lav for the wc.k nr*:— Sr*1 inst, fcSflt) store shoep, Mr Murphy's. K. *Wite»*s in charge, foe the Cartlere;i'ih;.:U') fat cattle fror.» Merumjle, John Bl-11 and Co's, Gns Kcirfnuri in chirgc. 4th. 700 store cat.'fo from Tubbo^.-ossed : this bridge for Waleears, Mehoiiy in charge. ;*? tli. 3000 i fat sheep from Woo'oiiuduot, Dooley iu fcharge. Gtiv, store sIk'ctx Irom Bhhuo for Theiangerin, in charge or Alex. IJefJ. fat -beep left Groongal for Mdoournv v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

: WILLIAM-WILLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and GENERAL AGENT. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented. THE OLDEST SADDLERY Establishment in HAY . m : m g 9 ^ /mmrn- w3^ 5 ^ -ti ® Mf It A . 2 s ? S -ft !H #h V S t I: WILLIAM ? HEWITSON : ' IN .returning thanlcs for past favours, would call' the attention of liis friends anil public generally : to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which aie of the BEST. MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskin Saddles mado to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Sidc-saddlce, &c. ' W.H. having in his employ several first-class tradesmen, that have worked in tlieleadr 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 bo surpassed in 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. Waggonet...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, 2nd December, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

. MELBOUPiNE STOCK REPORT. - . -Wednej-day, 2nd 0eee:uber. 1874. ?Markets wilt he hoiU ou Ti^dav, -iJnd, and 20tlL of ? this moutii, on accouut of the hoirdays. ' ; *'? Vnttlo — J571,head were, yanled. for the. week, a '? ?? 'desj!tuu ol abuut los look placer ^51 head, . for A. R. Itiley, Booligal, were sold at £B 7s.Ud. 2'dt, for Cobb' — 'aTKl'Cop'rom tlic Ma'jquarric statipa, bullocks averaged. ? j 6s, cows, £7 11s. 20u bulioaks, for T. II. Mate, of .ixuikr. 4t-0 prime tjuih't-iw aud cows, lor Messrs R. ?. il.i'c iWdrth and Co, C'owJ Cowi. , - luit Skcejj — 27/jI)() were penned, about half the ; nu.no-.*r~wo.'e auaru. i radc took JJJl, meat ' companies ? O/ui, country io.JU, siuppers d'JJ, J. 31. Ashjton. 4^57, ^turiud ffuc 4;K5, n^ar ail iu wool. tla!cs were tlull, and ''?pnejd iell' Cd to Is; 37,r-7 withers from Messrs Lear ? uiouin's Tc i yawyuia station, liidl from Coomhie sta tion. . .0'iiO wethers irom Albemarle, at the- top price of the day. \ve1hev3 irom Mr T. Kobortson'a ...

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