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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1875. Hay—Thursday, 4th March; Friday, 30th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1RM. Hay— Thursday, 4th March : Fridav. 30th July. Bairanald— Friday, 12th March ! Friday, Oth Auptust. ?\Ventworth— Saturday, 20th March ; jfttunluy, 14tl- August. . Deuiliqniu— Friilay, SOtli Fuhviinry; Friday, 28rd July; Friday, ].7th DcccnOwr. liourke— Thursday, Oth Mny: Thursday, 4lh Novem ber. Corowa— Saturday, 20th February ; Saturday, 17th Julv; Saturday, 11th December. ?\Vng-gn Wnggn— Friday, 5th lu-liniary: Satnrdnv, 3rd July; Friday, 20th Niivi-mbur. ' ?????'. Albury— Munilay, l(itli February ; Monday, 12th July; Mouduy, litli Deeembi'r, 1'rintfd nnd piilillfliPd by IIib ?oli: proprietor, Joux Asuri-.v, at Tlir pirerUm Groiitr olficc, Hank-' »trcei, Hay, in \\\r coliiny »f New South Walci.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

.HAY POST OFFICI5 TIME-TABLK. AKRIVAI.H. ' : Sumlny— 11.30 a.m. Fran Echuea Dcniliquiu, M'au pranella, Sydney (via Dcniliqniii). Jlondny— 12 a.m. From Mamie, Balrnnald. 5 p.m. From Bno!i-r.il, Wilcnnnia, Sec. Tnesdiiy— 5 n.m. From ^Va(;ga Wnjga, iVarandcia, anil Sydney (via Waipa) ' ? ' Wednesday— il.3U a.m. From Echuea, Deuiliquin, am? 1 WanjjiHicHa.''1. ?''???,- . Friday— 5 a.m. From WaggS «'agga, Naramlbra. and. bydncy (via \) a^ga) ..'... U.UOa.m. Eelmca, D niliquin, WnngancUh !! p.m. lialranald and Maude 5 p.m. . Boollgnl, 'Wilcoimin, and Darling OKPAnTunus. Sunday— 12 a.m. J.'aidp and Balrnnnlil 1 p.m. liooligal, Wilcannia, aud Darling Monday— 0 p.m. Eehucn. Ueniliquin, YVamvanclln 7 P.11). Wajrga, Xanm&cra, iiiul.,.Sydiiey (via Wagga) ' 'S^/^a iSnSSSqia^'''111!11' ,W«a' 12 a.m. Ma'udc anil Unlranalil 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcanntn, Davlintr, Joe. Fridny— 0 p.m. Eclmea, Duniliquiu, Wangaiiclla 7 p.m. Wnjtgn, Knnindera, and Sydney (via H'ngra) Box clones hall an hour bcihre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

is published every M'cdnesdny, at Hay, Murrumbidgee SunscnirTioN: £1 per annum, or fls. i-cr quarter, payable in advance. ; TO ADVKIITISEHS. The Riverine. Grazier H by far the most widely, cir culated newspaper in Rivcrina, and oilers the greatest advantages to advertisers. Cir.tROES Poit Advertisements: For one insertion 3d. per line of space. For every insertion niter the first, 2d. -ditto. Births, Marriages, and DeatJu, 2s. fid. each. Specially fhvoraWe rates for standing- advertisement*, and for such as arc largely displayed.- . .,,

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RIVERINE GRAZIER OFFICE CALENDER FOR 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

RIVERINE GRAZIER , OFFICE CALENDER FOR 1875. ' S M|TJW TIS ' |SjM T W T Fj S ' Jan ? 12 ,Iui.yJ..I.. ;. .. 1 s j 3456780 ! 4! S 6 7 8 9M I01112131415I0 'ills 18 14 IS 1017 17 18192021 22|23 jia'18 20 2122 2324 24 25 23 27 28 29 30 . 25 2b 27 28 29 30 3* 31 ? A'va..'.l 2 '8 4 5 -J 7 Fi:b.... 12 8 4 5 6 18 910111213U 7 8 910111213 ..- 15 10 17 18 18 20.21 14 15 Hi 17 18 19 20 ;' 22 23 2-i 25 26 S7J2S 21 22 23 24 25 20 il /-? . 23l30 31 . . ' . 28.. ......!.'.,. I ^.S'bpt .'.... .. 1 B;8 4 .. 1 2 3 4 5 li ?-:?- . 15 0 7 8 -91011 M.vn.. 7 8 o!l0 11.1-2 13 r yi3U151617|l8 1415101718,1020 il»at'a.2288sisa':' 21 22 23 24 25 2G 27 ? '2027*82930.... 28 203031 .J.. .. 'OCT...1 ? 1 ' Aph ? It a 3 13 4-66789 4 5 6 7 8 010 aoillil314l51(i 11121314ldlO17 17 18 19 20 21 22 i» 1810 20 212223 24 '? ^24 25 26 27 28 2930 25 24)27 28 2930.. '31.... May ? 1 Nov-.J.. 1 2 3 4 I (J 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 'I 7 8 0 10 11 1213 ' 9101112131415 ;: 1415101/181920 ? 1B171&1920I2122 - 2122 2324 2520 27 23 24 25 20 ...

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. Writs were issued on 1st December. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

THE GENERAL ELECTION.' Writs were issued 00 1st December. Balranald. — Member to be elected, 1; returnin'- officer, John Cramsie, Esq.;. place of nomination, Dal rannld. Polling places':— Balrannld, Euston, Oxley Hay, Wentworth, Boollgnl, Cbndoublin, Menlndco on the Darling: River; Wilcunnia, Poonearie, Old Tiutiwi lojjy. Acres' station, Maude, and West liourke. Date of Nomination, 'Ucii December: polling dav 11th January. The Bogau.— Member to be elected, ij returning officer, George Taylor, ES(JJ pJaee of nomination, Dnbbo. Polling places :— Dubbo, Canowindra, Bourfce, Jlundooran, Coonnbarabrnn; Cannonbn, Coudoublin, Molong Wellington, Walgett,: Brewarrina, Coolah, Forbes, Dandello, Gongolgon, Colli. Mount Harris^ Weeraabah, Burrawang, Toogon?, Batliiirai, Curra jong, Carrabear, M'Lcan's Inn at ' BiilgnndifrainD, on the Bognn River,' Yeo's Inn at. Munwanga, on the Lachlau river, Mummgundy, Corrinda, Warren Creek, Burgesa'3 Merri Merri Creek, Murr'umbidgerie, Gil g-.indrfl, Monkey,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

? ,W.JiKiC; ?Amadous threjv. .dojj'n U10 .crown of Ppain to the poople frqiji whom he received ? the: baubleMiis magnanimity' '. xcceixM. the ^ell-merited ripplijiiso of- the .svholo. avo'i-W' . Spam included;::.' After years of .jnU;r'.ecinc .conflict bet'wceii -Don Carlos, '. the' Pretender, and the Repuplican's wider Marshal Serrano; m h)-phonsi^t prortunciamento has deolarcd at Mpdfid that the son pi the exiled' Queen Isabella— Don Alpbonsp— has bepn ' pro c'a'med Jiing of Spain,' apd his . right fp. Twgn ha? been acknowledspd by the army. Here endpth for a, time thetrpiiblcs of gpaial WE.he;»rd.it whispered 'during the week of the probability ofthe establishment of- a tecoijd brciyeiT in this 1'pjrn crc long.

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BUSH ACCIDENT AND DREADFUL SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

i BiySH ACblDEiTT AND DREADFUL SUFFERING. On Saturday night a man named Robert Philips was brought into the Wagga HospitaV with a broken leg, and the particulars of his mis adventure present features of more than ordinary interest. Philips is a boundary rider, employed by Mr J. A. Dallas, upon the . JtCildary, station, under the - management of Mr J....W. Edmonds. On the morning of the 19th inst he was sent by Mr Edmonds out on the1 run for the purpose of looking up some lambs for inspection. Hav ing seen the lambs he proceeded to an old hut, formerly' a; shepherd's station, with the intention of await ing the arrival of MrEdmonds and Mr Dallas. w On reaching the hut he tied up his horse, and went to the door, when he found that two horses were shut up therein. He attempted to drive them out, and one of them, a visious brute, re sented this interference and lashed out at him with his hind feet, strik ing the man in the left leg below the knee. The limb was broken, and bled profasely...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

Australian ; Johrb Stock Bank. HAY BRANCH. . , DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current ?? Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits sit Current Rates, Bills Discounted,' Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, und all other BANKING BUSIN1.&& promptly. Transacted.. '.' ?????* The Bank issues' ? Drafts and Loiters of. Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies throughout '„„'' ' ' ' VICTORIA, . ? QUEENSLAND, . SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, ? ifEW'ZE ALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns m the Unitoil Kingdom- „ JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager. Bank of New. Soutli . Wales. Capital £1,000,000. '-? '-JKcserve Funnd £303,333 6s 8d. ' HAT BRANCH. 'TvEPpSIT S RECEIVED on Current V Account, Interest allowed oji Fixed Deposits, at Current Rates, Bills discounted, Cash Credits granted, Advances made upon Approval Security, and all other jisual BANKING BTJSIHESS -transected. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its -various Branches and Agencies throughout Now South Wales, Vic...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

A Matrimonial Advertisemtnt.— -The following advertisement hails from America: — ' .1 hare failed hitherto to discover my fate. Iseek her in a wider 'sphere than the limits of my acquaintanceship. Tho woman, of my dreams is .tall, fair, ideal, poetical, clmstian, a good horsewoman, musical, chatty. She will caress tub on my depar uif*^, ouiiio uv uij lui/uiii. xuuugii a am considered a poet of merit, I am prosaic enough to wish for a fortune. In return I offer myself—- my reputation — my prospects. Will any lady stand out from among her sex and show enough disregard of the false principles .of society to marry a poor bn't ?' a proud and hopeful poet ?' : Perhaps some Irish lady who has notyet 'mot her fate' might bo disposed to avail herself of so eligible an offer. There is no question ns to tho poet's imaginativeness; but we warn our lady readers that wo have ShakspeaTe's authority for stating that a little madness often mixes with tho poetic inspiration. An explosion took place i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

MARRIAGE. 'Wade— Davis. — In the Presbyterian Church, Hay, on Wednesday, 30th December, . 1874, by the Rev. S. A. Hamilton, John : Wade, of Yass, to Sarah Jane, youngest '..' daughtor-of Mr, John Davis, of Sydney, ^ THE ' EIVEEINE GEAZIBB, PUBLISHED AT HAY, N.S.W. ? Tros Tynus-ve mild nullo discrimine agetur. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY G, 1875.

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HAWKESBURY RACES. [Australian Associated Press Telegram.] SYDNEY, 26th Dec. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

HAWKESBUEY RACES. [Australian Associated Press Telegram.] Sydney, 26th Dec. Maiden Plate. Tait a Melbourne. .. ... ... 1 Gazelle ... ...... ... 2 New Warrior ... '..'. ... g -; Sapling Stakes. ' New Holland ... ... ... i . Valetta colt ... ... ... . 2 Avalanche ... ' ... ; ... 3 A splendid race. ; Hawkesbtoy Hakdicap. Blair Athol ... ... ... 1 M'Callum M«hr ? 2 Lord Lyoh ... ... ?.'.. 3 . Members' Purse. Lord Lypn ... ... ... j Sunlight ... ..-. ... ,.. 2 Percy ... ' ..: ... ... 3

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

We havo once more arrived, by God's good ness, at tho beginning of another year, and as our manner is, and the season suggests, we hope it may prov'e'to all our friends, A Happy New Year. There are niany thoughts which crowd themselves, on our-.miiuls at this period, to which wo would gladly give expression, but pressure of news has left us no space- beyoncl. what is necessary to con vey to our friends our sincere wish for their present and future happiness. The year that has gone w.as big 'with important events, both to, our land,:a.nd the world, in apolitical, scientific, and religious point of view ;\an'dit' .is well if it carry, with it' to the past 'the fact, that while wo all-have been growing older, wo. have also been growing- wiser and bctteiv We o'annot recal the past year, that wo maj-, profiitirig by our. exporience, live it over again ; but we can, with God's help, make the present' one. better for each of— us -if -? wo only truly resolve tb-dd so. . . Let us indi vidual...

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NORTHERN TERRITORY. Palmerston, November 29th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

NORTHERN TERRITORY. fpnOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. 1 Palmcraton, November 20th. There Is a deal of sickness here considering the num ber of inhabitants, and a large numbor of deaths. I have dusr two graves, and many more have been dug be sides. The deaths seemed to be from apoplexy and fever as they term it. By what I can learn the land is all very poor, and it is only in small patches that good land can be obtained.. By what I have seen ot it I would not take one thousand* acres of it as a gift if I was ob liged to make my living out of it. It is all poor Gravelly land and full of stones and thickly timbered. The sort of grass tnat grows is very strong ana rank. It grows nbout six feet high. Stock eat a little of it, but they do not seem to relish it or eat much of it. Stock do not seem to breed, as I do not seo a coir with a calf at foot or a mare with a foal or in foal. VPc brought over COO sheep; they are the only fresh meat in the place, and have sold at Is Cd per pound. Latour h...

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WALANTHRY HOTEL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

WALANTHRY HOTEL RACES. These races came off on Boxing-day, and altractdd a lurge rumber persons to witness them. As- early: as nino o'clock in tho morning of the race day a large number of coaches, buggios,' waggonettes, anil all kinds of vehicles 'filled ?with ladios 'and such as take an interest in sporting affairs arrived on they- trystirig : ground. Currajong House sent its' full quota of both sexes to witness tho sport, which was fully np.to tho mark. . Sixteen horses started for the Publicans' Purse, amongst whom wore Dandy, Reprieve, Tommy Dodd, Turkey - Rhubarb, and- Old Hippy. After a splendid contest, Dandy came in a winner amid much cheering; There were several other races which afforded much pleasure. The settling took place in the evening, when the winners of the several events, spent the greatest -pnrtiof their winnings in shouting champagne to friends and foes. The day's amusement was wound up by a ball and supper, which, .like the races, passed off most pleasantly an...

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GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

''? '?-?? GENERAL ELECTiONr .'' V The following --members', have been re turned to. tho now Parliament: — Paddington — Hon. J. Sutherland Newcastle — Hon, G, A, Lloyd Sydney (East) — Hon. H. Parkes J. Macintosh A. Stuart J. Davies Sydney (West) — J. Robertson G. E. Gibbs H. C. Danger A. Cameron Parraniatta— Hugh Taylor ??'??' C. J. Byrnes' Glebe-T-tHon. G. W. Alien. Newton — S. C. Brown . ? Hastings— E. B. . Smith Slioalhayen— -J.Warden Hartlby-^Thomas Brown Maitland (East)— S. Scholey Maitland (West)— H. C. Cohen Windsor — E. Driver Morpeth — E. Wisdom Patrick's Plains— W. C. Browne Wolloftibi-r-.J. A; Ounneeh .; Yass Plains — M. Fitzpatrick Northumberland— tF.C, Stevens Orango-4-H. L. Nelson .; ' Paterson — Hon. W. M. Arnold Kiama — Captain Charles Goulburn — W. Teece, junr. St. Leonards — Hon. J. S. Farnell Balranald— J. J. Phelps Braidwood — E. Greville Narellari— John Hurley '. ... Mudgeer-S.S. Goold ..; Nepean- — Major P.. L. C. Shepherd Queanbeyan— -J. J. Wright. . Argylc— Mr...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 6th January 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

STOCK REPORT; liirtrine Grazitr Olhce, WimIhImuIuv. fiih January 1875. Wo have not much to report in regard to stock for tho last week. The heavens nbove us have been brass anil the earth beneath us iron, ami *o far as lied is cmi ccrncdihcrc.arc.veo- f rave fears pntcrtamed Sm .tho preservation of flocks. The heat lias been very great, and though we have hail ci-olinpr chants of wind occa sionally nu rain lias come. Those who can leave tor b more tKhporarcTaHtude have gone, mid those who re main »rolU' of anxiety as to the t.uturo. We do- not desire fo xinneccssarily aronse fnar, but we cannot- hide from ourselves tlie fact that there is danger to be appre hended if tills drought, continues much longer. We have heard of shoe* dying from wimt of water on some runs, and that managers arc full of anxiety about tlie trust reposed in them. It is indeed a time ol great anxiety.- The crossings for the past week have been— Friday, let Jan., 250 store cattle from Hcnorambah for Mr Herriott,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and GENERAL AGENT. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented, THE OLDEST SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. WILLIAM HEWITSON IN returning thanks for past favours, -would call the attention of his friends and public 'generally to his largs assortment of SADDLES arid HARNESS, which ate of the BEST MATERIAL arid WORKMANSHIP. Best Hcgskin 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 thelead ^ ing; shops in Melbourne, Sydney, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to execute/all .-ordters'eivtriistedto him, in a style and manner not to he surpassed in the colonies. ''' iii the: HARNESS DEPARTMENT will be found single and double Buggy Harness, Carriage, 'Waggonette, and Dray Harness, all of the very best material; y Waggonettes covered, and trimmed. Light and Heavy Collars always on hand. Whips S...

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HAY SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

.. '. ? ' HAY SHIPIfTNO Ihe steamboats reporte-I in our last as havinir ?arrivcrl /it Bcnrtuck and Uooudarin have 'dlscht(r«cd' their .caries and returned to Kchuca ? ' ' ' '??????? Tie Corron- sailed on4th inst. viiih b»If a load of wool. Tlio Pearly loaclmg-jwool at Benduck. ? :' ' ' rhe Hero left Bentfuck on 1st just, for Edmea; -'??-. 1 he. Rjverina_is expected to arrive atBcndncU to-'dav lip ?re B ??m#e&t!Y&r '? ««?w her to reach i^ level ''TC*' '^ ' 'O'y St?I?llS tly° ?'-:lle3 ubo-'c SUI11-'' -r

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

Bourse, — r Tlic Central Australian re ports : — The weather during the past -week has boon unusually cool for this season', of the year, No ram has fallen, yet the.com-. plaints regarding lack of water have been comparatively few. To-day the weather is' much 'warmer. Mr R-. G-. Reynolds has purchased from W. B. Bradley; Esq., 1000 head of- fat cattle, lrom xowa, LJuouuamuiia, Claverton, ? nnd Gullnappa stations. We learn from Brewavrina that 3100 fat sheep, the property of Messrs Sawers and Orr, .of Bnndabullah station, Bokirah River, are' ijound for the Sydney market, travelling' 'by. Marra crock. A finer lot of sheep, it is said, has not left the neighbourhood for a con siderable time. Mr O'Shannassy's- Fort Bourke station is mustering. ' ? ^ Wilcaxxia.— Tho 'fimes reports,' 30th December: — The weather .still continues dry, with but little prospectraf .;fajn. .'From nearly all qnartors wo hoar ?ofigrass;and water becoming sparce.' Tlfc only' stock' movements we have to record is...

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DEATH OF THE REV. PRINCIPAL FAIRBAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 January 1875

PEATH OF TEE HiiV. PRINCIPAL ? FAIRBAIEN. Principal Fairbairn is dead. He died at his residence, 18 Elmbank Crescent, having, expired suddenly in bed on Thursday, near midnight, sometime after he and Mrs Fair bairn had retired to rest. : Mrs Fairbairn had only that day returned, from Greenlaw, Berwickshire, where Dr. Fairbairn and she had been spending part of their ^holidays at fi\s brothers house, from which he came, to Glasgow on Tuesday of last week -to attend the Board entrance examination of; students. That examination took place on -the Wed nesdey and Thursday following, and the in terval np till Monday last he spent Jwith his brother-in-law, Lord Dean of Guild Playfair, at his residence at Innellan. On reaching home on Monday he found awaiting him a letter from a friend in Australia, informing him of the illness, there of Dr. Fairbairn's eldest son, who was riot expected to recover. : This news had maifestly weighed heavily on his mind, and although when he attended ?the mee...

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