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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

HAY SHIPPING. . Weatwortli sailed for lichuca Dec. Alfred arrived Dec. 4. ' CUaiTwrwma saiia fur Gotilwa thi3 day, having made a ' nrolUaiiK* trip., , f, Ui'J^LVr 31 t.ivry mbi'J^'.'e nt Ilay ig C ft, .over, sum mer level, and jailing slowly. ' At vVag^a on taturdav' it was 6 it., statiouary.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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BOOLIGAL. Dec. 3rd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 9 December 1874

- BOOLIGAL. (from oun OWN OOItRKSPONDENT.) Dec. 3rd, 1874. I A meeting was held at Roset's Drovers' Arm Hotel on Wednesday, 2nd inst., for the purpose of taking steps towards the building of a school. ])r. Lang was voted to the chair. The business was carried through very satisfactorily, and subscriptions were promised to the amount of near £70, which has been augmented this morning (Thursday) to something over £100. Every I person applied to, seeing the immediate necessity for a 1 school for Booligal anu the surrounding district, re- I eponded in the most handsome manner; and in the course of a very short tim?; we shall have a. school that j will be fully up to the requirements. A. very influential I committee wai appointed to carry out tlie views of the 1 meotincr. A recoud meeting was held, having reference to the stipend, .of our worthy minister, Mr Crisford, which was .again successful, subscriptions being pro mised to a respectable amount. The result niust he highly satisfacto...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

_DI8TRICT COURTS FOR 1875. Ilay— i hnrsday, 4th March : Friday, 80th July. Italranald-Fnday, 12th March J'ifday, 6th AhgttBt, Wenhvortli — Saturday, 20th March; Saturday. Mtll August. , t Deniljuiiin— Friday,. 26th February: Fridav, 23rd ' July; Fnday. 17th. December. ^Bourke— Thui'sday, 0th May : Thursday, 4th Novem , Corowa— I Saturday, 20th iPebruarj-: Saturday. 17tli Julv; Siitunlay, 11th Decern tier. . _ Wagga Wagga— Fridiiy, 5ih February; Saturday^ 3rd July; Friday, 20th Novcmlicr, Albury— Monday, 15th February; Slonday, 12tb ' Jvly ; Monday, 6tli Deoembcr. '- ' '

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AnnivAiLs. Sunday— 11.30 a.ro. From Echiicn Deniliquin, Wau „ gnnella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). Monday— 12 a.m. From Slaude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From, Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday— 5 a.m. From Wagga' Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ' Wednesday 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Deniliquin, and Wanganella. ..... n ' Friday— 5 a.m.1 'From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, nnd Sydney (via Wagga) - , ' 11.30 a.m. Echuca, D niliquin, Wanganella . 3 p.m. Balranald and Mauac . 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling ' DEPARTURES. Sunday— 12 a.m. , Maude and Balranald' 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday-C p.m. Echuca. Deniliquin, Wanganella w,r.V Narandera, and Sydney fvia Wagga\ Wednesday— 0 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganefia and Sydney r-via Deniliquin)- ' , ° » ,12 a.m. Maude and Balranald lp.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &c. Friday— -3 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. Wagga Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga). Box closes halt an ...

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THE LIGHT OF COMING DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

THE LIGHT OF COMING DAYS. (From the Scientific American.) The light of othor days— practical, riot poetical — was the tallow dip, and further back -a bunch of moss in a dish of grease. Tho advance from this primitive illuminator to the gas jet covers a most important stage in tho progress, of 'domestic economy. To make tho illuminating material distribute itself was a capital strolco of policy. By most people.it is regarded as the final stroke in the conflict, with the shades of night. But it falls very far short of it. Before we can truly say that our streets and houses aire lighted scientifically, another and more important, advance must bo made. We must get rid of tho offensive and poi sonous products, the heat and flickering, the sharp contrasts of light, and shade, the need less expense and frequent fires, and the thousand othor disadvantages, attending tho distribution and local combustion of our illu minating material, by distributing instead pure light. . . ? 1 ? The problem...

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MR SPURGEON AND THE SMOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

MRSPURQEONAND THE SMOKERS. Mr Sp.urgcon, though a stern dogmatist, yet recognises the weaknesses of humanity/ . ; On Sunday, September 23 (the Guardian states),, the rev. gentleman preachcd a shorter '?): sermon than usual, in order to enable Mr I . .Pentecost, an American minister, to say a ! few words. , Mr Pentecost accordingly gave : the following bit of : personal experience ; — 'He was willing, he thought, to' give up, '-'anything or everything if only he might -'realise the desiro the desire of his heart. And what did theythink it was the Lord re quired of him ? He liked .exceedingly tbe - 'best cigar that could be - bought, and the . thought came into his mind could he relin quish this indulgence if its relinquishment ,-. ?; ?would: advance hjs piety ?,- -Hetried to dis miss the idea as a mero fancy or scruple, but . . ? it came, again and again to him, and ho was - satisfied that it was tho still small , voice . ..which was speaking. He remembered hav ing'given up smoking b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

£50 Reward. The Riverine Cattle and ? ShcepStealing Prevention Association HEREBY offer a reward of FIFTY POUNDS to any! person or persons who will give, such information as will lead to the conviction of any one stealing Horses, Cattle, or Sheop, the property of any Member of the Association. LIST, OF MEMBERS. ! ' President— C. \V. Siroson, Esq., J.P. Vice-President-^ Wm. Lang-. Esq. Thomas D'Archy JI. Jafiray Wrngge and Hearne William St'Evoy Godfrey and Chamber? Whittingham Bros Je Haines Joseph Smith Thos. James John Peter JY-A. Brodribb : , , Patrick B. Curtain M Leay, Clark & Co. Joseph M'Gnw John Rutherford and Co. F. ClinmbcTS Alfred N.Gilbert F. C. and K. E., Brodribb 1 T. and S. Loarmonth It. Chinuide and 0- Molesworth and Ware Stanbridge and'Co. J. Brewer *.. . ? P.Davis ' Joseph Holt William Martin . . Treasurer— J. Macgrcgor, Esq. ' - ' Secretary —John Fairbairn^ Esq. (Be Ijilminc Cintiict ^P'^l'^'cd every ^Vednesday, at Hoy, Murrumbidgee SunscniPTioH : £1 per a...

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JOHN PLOUGHMAN'S TALK. HINTS AS TO THRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

JOHN. PLOUGHMAN'S TALK. ' ; UlNTB AB- TO. .THRIVING. Hard work is .tho grand secret of success. Nothing but rag§ and poverty: .can? come t-f :idleness; Elbow groase ia the stuff to' 'make gold w.itli. No , sweat no. sweet; ? ^ He who would bnve.tho crow'a liest'Jniust climb to the top of the tree'. Every man mnst. build up his own fortune now-a-days. Shirt-sleeves rolled up lead to the best broadcloth ; and he ..who is not ashamed of the apron will soon be able to do without it. ' Diligence is the mother of good luck,' as poor Richard says ; but ' Idleness is the devil's bolster,' as John Ploughman says. Believe in travelling, on step by step ^ don't expect to be rich in a jump. Great readiness' to reap Helps not the money, heap.' | Slow and sure is better than fast and flimsy.. Perseverance, by its daily gains,' enriches a man far more than fits arid starts of fortunate speculation. Little fishes are sweet: Every little . helps, as tlio sow said- when she snapped- at the .gnat. Eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

Australian Joint Stock Batik. HAir~ BEA1T0H, . DKPOSIl'S 'RECEIVED on Current Accounts, luterest . allowed on Fixed Depiopris alTCviirent Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Gi-aiitctl, Loans ' Negotiated, mul . -all .other- .BANKING SlTSINESSr promptly. Transacted. . - Tho . Bank -issues Drafts and Letters of ?Gredit-up.on'its various Branches and Agen cies throughout ? NEW 'SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, .. .... ... QUEENSLAND, .. r.so.UTH -Australia,.. ...; ', Tasmania,.'' ; ' ' ' ; . '. ' ANI) ' - ' . NEW. ZHALAND. ' ' . Also upon, all ::the Principal Towns iu the . United Kingdom. : ; JAMES MACG11EGOR, ;Manager. Bank of New. South .'Wales. . : ? Capital £1,000,000. Reserve JFunnd £363,333 Cs 8d. : ? r HAT 'BRANOfi. ' DEPOSITS-- -RECEIVED on CurrenV Account, Interest' ' allowed' oh - Fixed Deposits,- at Current Rates, 'Bills discounted,' Cash Credits granted; Advances ;madc upon. Approved Security, and -all other usual BANKIIfG. BUSINESS translated.'-' The B^tink issues Drafts and Let...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

MASONid HALL. ' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, JLS7-1. ? Grand Fashionable LNightv Complimentary BENEFIT to A D A WEN TWO R- T I I, ASSISTED by the, following ladies anrf gentlemen, who have kindly volunteered their, services r— Miss Milly Arnott, Harry Sharp, Billy Rbbson,' W.. Raynor, Walter Howard, George -Burgcs, Charles Graham, Herr Kirchhofl', Paul Edwards,.'. G.corge Mansfield and Mr. T.iT. Opie, PROftRA^tME.— Part I.. M ^ OTCrturc '?? - Orchestra' Oi)cnlng Chorus— Iiml, smiling morn - - Companv ' Sonp (serio-oomic)' '- - - . - W. Raynor Ballad— Snip ine nq'.English son' Jliss Ada Wentworth Song— Who'll buy my watchej (llrat time) Hnrry Siarp. ? Ballad— Slollie Darling- - . . Miss JUillv Arnott Song and Dance.— IIow's that 1'or high ? Billy Robson Ballad (with ban.'.o accompaniment) - AVallcr Huwarrt Balladr^Uappy.lia.tbydrcilraa - Miss Ada Wentworth Song (serio-comic) . - - - - George- Burgea Tableaux, ^ DRIVEN FJROM, HOWE, .... Intervafof'tqn 11'iinntes. Part 11^ ' '.' Song— The Clii...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

As -rnB -Municipal Council- are effecting some visible' imprpveinonts in the town, by tho hew .water course and footpath', which arc in process tif 'construction; wo may point out to them, wliile they are in the humour, auothor important matter to whicji it would be for the. comfprt and the convenienco of tho rate'-' I'payers, if tlicy would turn their attention to it as soon as possible. Wo refer to a . water supply ;for. the .toirn.v-. If they, would .obtain: froni 'tbc'Go'v'Stiitncnt a piece ; of the wharf ^eWv.tf^and^cctoTHfc a;Jargfidaoil^.;.whrcli tliey -c^nld' ^kecp: filleid-wftlr . '.watery.' from /tlio' river,'.eiVb6r;hy. horse ^powerj^or a ? ?small' ien-; gino such as Mr. Espliri has erected oa .':his: premises, they would do a signal service to' the public. The whole town could bo sup plied with water by this means, for by laying a main pip o up the street and ; permitting each householder to unite a service : pipo therewith to supply his 'own premi'sos ' with wator, and ...

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. 11.21 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9. THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

By ' Electric 1 Teleffranh. . ; ijiDIyEY. 7. (i'ltou OUR OWN , CORRESPONDENT.), ? 1-1,21° a.m.. Wednesday, Dec. 9.. THE GENERAL ELECTION. At Newcastle Mr Lloyd was returned by 641, beating Mr Stevens who polled 574. Mr Sutherland, has been returned for Paddinglou unopposed. ' Mr Parlces very unpopular, but will pro bably be returned with Stuart, Forster, and Cameron or Davies. - 'l 9 a.m. Wednesday. Dec. 10. There Was not' a cloud yesterday, and, tho transit of Venus was thoroughly observed. ' Benjamin Palmer is clected Mayor of Sydney. 1 ' ^ ? Mr Farnell lost ths show of liands for Parrainat.ta. East Sydney— Parkes, Macintosh^ Stuart, and Davics have been returned. Polling — : - ? Parkes ' 3,829 'y .Macintosh... . ? ? 3^651 Stuart ... ' ... ... ,'{,083 Davies ; ... 2,394 - Glebe: — Mr Booth had the show of hands. 8.7 p.m. Thursday, December lOi ? Mr- Farnell, the Minister for Lands, was; defeated .at Parramatta.. ,. ? Sydney, 1 2th December. , Fbr the Glebe, Mr Allen polled 1,229, ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, 10th December, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ' Thursday. 10th'Deceml-er. 1874. I resent: \v Sabine, Esq. (Mayor), Aldermen Tarta takover, Co^ and Lakcman.'A1 Minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Letter read from Messrs Witeorabp Bros., complaining qf a large fire often made In Mr TrevenaV yard. If, wnsBftid.thc Council havo no power to deal with It at ' present, ? ? : ? ,? . ? t - . J '? ? - . . . ? - : ? - ! ; Telegram read fron\ J.J. Phqlps, Esq.. M.L.A., that! ne nnu.maac enqqiriesand found that the Hay bridgo could not be handed over to the council until the whole was Hnishod. After that he thought tho arrangcraetit6 would be satisfactory. v Letter from the Mayor of Rcdfern read, asking the couucii to support a candidate at the forthcoming elec tion who would support an amended Municipal Council BUI. ^ , i\ Xctter read from- Mr Cracknell, in answer to a letter from the Mayor, saying that there were no iron 'tele paraph poles available at present for the town of Hay. It was resolved to wri...

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THE TRANSIT OF VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

THE: TRANSIT OF VENU3. (fhosi the aok.) . The observation of the rare phenomenon of the trauflit of Venus across the aunVdiac, as seen fVom tho Melbourne Observatory on Wednesday was very successful, arid in rioarly all trespccts highly satisfactory, tho internal Contacts at ingress and egress being clearly and distinctly observed, Whilcthe sky was not so clear as could have been wished, the steadinoss and clearness of. the atmosphero . jnoro than made up, by affording' clearness of definition, for tlio occasional obscurations.. '?tkr-. fnr no Mnlbonrne is 'conctrned the ob servations at the critical moments, .were clear and sufficient. No satellite of' the planet was observed, though there wero faint indi cations of an atmosphero on Venus. Up to : the time of external contact there appeared every probability of the elaborato prepara tions made being entirely futile. The follow ing is a sketch of the operations ~ Heldouhku. — Every now and. again the observers saw the sun through th...

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE HAY NEW YEAR'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

NOMINATIONS^' FOil ' , , THE HAY: JEW YEAR'S RACES. -- Tho following nominations . were' rcceiyejl at- a -meeting ..held .at.. the . Bush . Lin on_ Monday night, Mr, -Roberts. in the chair:— new 'yeah'r .gift,: ' Mr C. Cox's g g Silvertail; ' aged ? „ C.1. Cox's b m- Caller Ou, ? 4yrs . , ~ , „ W. Sabine's b g Detective, '4yr3 ' „ A. M'Phee's b h Lonsdale, aged „ J. P. Couldson's ns c ni Fortress 4yrs . „ M. J. Dodd's b g East Lynne, agc.l „''M. J.,Dodd's b';g Bezique, 3yrs -.V - ? ? TOWK.'.IM.ATK. Mr C. Cox's gg Silver tail,, aged :. ,,'C. Cox's b m Caller On, 4yrs .'?? „ W. Sabine's b g Detective, 4yrs ,, D. M'Gregor's ns b h Euclid, -lyrs ; „ - A. M^Phee's b h Lonsdale, aged ; ' „ J. P.- Couldson's ns c m Fortross, agetl ,, ;M. J. Uodd's I) g East Lynne, aged '1 HUIIDLB RACE. ? Mr C. Cox's c g Commissioner) aged - „ AV. Sabine's b m Docey, 6yrs ,, B. Doalman's b li Spider, 4yrs D. M'Gregor's us b h Euclid, /lyrs „ \V. Hcrriott's b g Yankee, Gyrs „ A. M'Phee's g m Fly, aged „ M. R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

Municipal District of Hay, , ^ ' ATOTICE'IS HEREBY /GIVEN tluit a 'IN, DRAFT- of the- proposed ^?ALTERA- TIONS and additions to' tho present BY LAWS for this Municipality ' will be open ? for inspection by ratepayers' and others -for seven clear days from' the date hereof at tho Council Chambers, Bush' Inn, Hay. ' . WILLIAM SABINE, ? . Mayor, Council Chambers; Hav, ? 1 5th December, 1874.' 643-60 'The Treasury, New South. Wales, 1st December, 1874. PAYMENT OF .RENT OF RUNS. HOLDERS of Runs ill the 2nil class settled and unsettled. Districts, are re minded that by the 26th clause of the Regu lations under tho Crown Lands ;. Occupation: ? ? Act of 1801, tho rents of all -Runs must be paid on or bofore the 31st instant. Persons tendering payments will be re quired to stale tho lessee's name, District, and name of Run. A pamphlet having been published, show ing' the rents payable on the various Runs of ihe:colony, — copies of the same can be ob ?'?'taincd at tho Govornmeut. Printing Off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

Printed and published by, -the sole proprietor, Johk Andrew, at -The Riverine Grazier; office, Bank-r itreet, Hav, in the colony of Seuth W»!e«.

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BALRANALD, Dec. 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

BALRANALD, (pilOM OUR OWN CORRK8JPONDENT.-) ! ? -Dec. 5th. , Suddes Death.— On- Friday, the. 4th inst., the chemist was sent for to see a woman supposed to bo in a fit, about twelve o'clock. Directly lie got there, ho at once came to the conclusion it was a ease of poi soning by strychnine, and immediately ad ministered a large dose of castor oil and ipccacuanlia, and then informed tho senior constablc about it,- who went down imme diately, and the woman acknowledged to liini she1 had taken strychnine shortly ? before she died. 'JLhe magisterial inquiry disclosed the following facts : — The husband, John Hab Jett, deposed lie had been away at tho black smith's shop, getting some ivprk done in (lie morning, and on his return, went for his wife at a neighbour's hut ; and 011 getting up. to go back with him she staggered, but then walked all right to hci- own ' hut wlien she was again attacked. lie immediately sent for the chemist, who applied some ammonia , to her nostrils, to' which ...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 16th December, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

/ STOCK REPORT. Riverine Qmziev O.flice, Wudncsdivy, 16th December, 1874. l-iwng tl\e past week y?o have had cool ttcathor, following tho hottest days ex perienced for years, The heat is again in creasing, and wemay e^pcct- -groat warmth for-the next two months; in view of -which MBSfStf'pvx. settlers have, gone 'to . the Vea -jSlde. The stack movements for the , week shave been --r-2052 fat ewes-left Moolb'ong on' tho 27th ult., in charge of Mr F. Hswson, Xor;M.elbauvuc. . 3.410, --fat wethers left'Groon gal for Melbourne, to: go by Tubbo, Urana, and Gorowa, to bo trucked at the Springs, on tho north-eastern lino; 3100 ewes left; Eli !'Ehrali,-f6r Mossgiel,' on 12 th .ins.t.y Mr Dis -ney in charge. 5000 fat wethers star tod from Corrong on 12th inst. for Melbaurno via Balrauald.- Qn 12tli. List a draft of fat cattle.was'startcil from Groongal for Mel ?bourue via M.t-oribrh-, Gonargo, Deniliquinj ,flnd Moamj; in clifcrgo of »Mr Edward Slade; :26£9 fafc'cwes were despatched from Mess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 16 December 1874

Stock, forwarding, In$ui,ance; and GENERAL AGENT. ' : , Station Supplies of i every description on Safe: or indented. ; THEOLDEST SADDLERY Establishnient in HAY : aft :: ? /Jm 'T^EE^- V I i; j ? : -- 9 '???» mil ft k : ; nwiiulA AM , . HEWTTSON '?? TN returning thanks for past favours, would call tlio attention, of hits, friends and public '-' I*; generally to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which ale of the B EST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. . Best Hogski.u Saddles made to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles,, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. ? -i ? W.H. having in his employ several first-class tradesmen, ;tliat havo 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 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. ...

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