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HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

HAY SHIPPING Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1873. Victoria leaves for Bencreiubah with tack ling to lift Jier bfirge, tliepe smik somo 12 feet under wator. . , ? . Wentworth, steamer, arrived on 27th ult., and sailed on 89 th with 537 hales wool, and will clear off what . wool remains at Gelam. Blewett/& Co., 'agents. . Pearj, steamer, left for Ecliuca on 28tli with 3-|0 bales wool, to fill up at 'down river station^. James Forsyth, agent. Freetrader came down stream on 29th, and sailpd on 2nd inst.. with -115 bales woql ; '..-.-to pielcj up 3(5 bales, the last of the Wpo joflndopl clip, and 633 from Tupra. Blewett $ Co., j agents.. Enterprise, steamer, sailed for Narrandra on 29 th ult., there to bo delivered, to tho purchaser, Mr. Mpriarty, chief of tho MurT rumbidgee snagging parties. Steamer Riverina . arrived this morning from Ecliuca with flour and general pargo. James Fprsyth, agent. Ciuiiberooiiq arrived on the 2nd, from GJoplwa, Tyitl) gpqds on sale, The Murrumbidgee at Hay is ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Dee. 3, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. I . Wednesday, Dcc. 8, 1873. The weather continues very dry, and jthpugh wo have hud threatening cl,ouds over ' Jiead for some days, still they have passed away without bringing us tlie needful blessing of rain. The wells are at work on (ill the stations, and some anxiety is felt -about tho Kimiitior. One. (root! thinir results from tlie dry weatli.er, and that is the departure from us to fresh fields ai)(l new pastures, pf tlie grass ' hoppers, which, at the beginning of ihe season, premised to outnumber greatly ? l#st year's .clouds. If rain had fall.en sp as to keep the grass green, it would have .only prolonged the '.existence of thcs.e pests. . We l.caru with - pleasure from the Ww/'ja Express, that Mr. J. A. Dallas purchased Berembeil Statioirby auctipn, at Wagga, qn Wednesday last. The terms pf the sale of Merrowie Station from .Jpljn Taylor to A. 6. -T«ncs,' were subjected to arbitration at Ilay on Friday, the award pf tlip arbitrators gave satisfactio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 December 1873

Notice to Owners of Mares   'THE LAIRD.' OWNERS of Mares sent to the abovo luiVnec horse are informed that it is now time to l-pnove them. A charge of 2s. 6d. per week vill be made on any mares remain ing after ihc 1st December proximo. FRANK JOHNS. November 15, 1S73. S7u Post Office Store, BOOLIGAL.' ' - GEO. WILLIAMSON, Wholesalo and Retail GENERAL . MERCHANT, begs to inform the public that his stock ein-' braces a general assortment of Goods of all kinds— Stores, Drapery, Saddlery, Iron mongery, Boots and Shoes, Wines, Spirits, Porter, Ales, &c:.of the best-description. ' Ho hopes, by careful and prompt attention, to merit tlio confidence and approbation of all who may favour him with their orders. Stations supplied on moderate terms. 35u STOKE SHEEP. EOR SALE, 10,000 ewes from G'-tooth up, ' with about 70 ]'-er cent, of lambs. Apply, R. DAWSON, Guinbnrgona Station, near Corowa. . . WENTWORTH, LOWER DARLING.- - ^ WJ. HOLDING, Stock Station, and - Commirision ...

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THE BRIDGE'S LAMENT. "Air: I won't be a Nun." [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

THE BRIDGE'S LAMENT. ? . ' Air : I won't be a Nun.' Isn't it a pity such a pretty bridge at' Hay . Should be losing all its revenue, and going to decay? ' ? .Ye fhades of glorious Stephenson and great Brunei arise, And survey the mighty effort of colonial enterprise. - I won't, be a bridge, I shan't be a bridge, ^Without my two approaches, I can't be a bridge. Ye will laugli at my appearance for I really look forlorn, ^Besides I'm growing ancient and withered - and worn, ? . ... nw;--'- ?But still l live in diopbs that before f tumble, down' I shall bo a brilliant ornament to this busy, little town. I I won't be a bridge, I shan't be a bridge, :? Without my two approaches I can't boa - bridge. I should like to seo another town jump up across the stream, Some day you will agree that it was no iclle dream. ? Then, south Hay can ask north Hay a visit for to pay, Without trouble, inconvenience, or any more delay./ I won't be a bridge, I shan't be abridge, Without my two approaches I can...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (from THE DAILY PAI'ERSi^ Talbot, 2nd Dec.- — The annual feto in aid of the AmherSt District Hospital was - held to-day, on tlio Talbot Racecourse. The weather was fine but very hot. A large number of visitors wore, present from the sur rounding town. Tho proceedings commenced with a procession formed of -tlio Prince of W ales Troop of Light Horse And other cavalry corps, friendly societies, fire brigades, and fancy characters in ; large numbers, mounted. and foot. About 3000 peesons were present at the racecourse, and the receipts amounted to about £500. This, sum is ex pected to be largely augmented by the sports, which will bo commoncrd to-morrow. Sydney, 2nd Dec.— fTlie Assembly has passed tlie Australian Mutual, Provident So ciety's Bill through committee. Mr. Parkes: has notified tlio intention of Mr. Francis to exclude tobacco from the. opera tions of the Border Customs treaty. The date of Jarvls's execution is fixed for the 23rd inst. Tlio civic electio...

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BOOLIGAL AND DARLING ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF "THE RIVERINE GRAZIER." [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

BOOLIGAL AND DARLING RMD. TO TIIK EDITOR OP ' TIIE niVUlUJfJf QnAZlEn.' Sir, — Will you allow mp -publicly to ex press my appreciation of tlio praiseworthy manner in which ^yoti have (since the first publication of .your valuable journal) advo cated ihchninediato constructioh of bridges and viaducts necessary for traffic from the Darling, via Booligal and Hay, to Echuca'/or Melbourne; Wo who have resided in Booli gal for some time past know full well tlio'im portance ? of this matter. The commercial prospects of this township depend, to a great extent, upon traffic, and will be greatly aug mented by the creeks to the north of Booligal being bridged overv This public 'work' has, for years past, been the, gossip of the resi dents of Booligal, and would mall probability, have remained in statute quo 'but: fop - the prompt and urgent advocacy of .the Riverine Grazier. I think my fellow townsmen reci procate my sentiments when I state that the steps recently taken by the Government in th...

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OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany communications that may require verification, TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

OPEN COLUMN. 1 Names of the writers must accompany com munications that may require verification. TO TIIK EDITOR OF TIIE IUVEIU5IK nnAzircn Sir, — In porusiug your issue of the 26th Nov., I noticed your urging the necessity of the Government locking' the Mnrrnmbidgee Itiver, and condemning them for the useless expenditure of money in snagging tho same. Having had somo little experience in these matters, with your kind permission, I will just make one or two remarks on that sub ject. I presume that you mean that the river. should bo locked from Hay upwards. Tlio plan that I would suggest for throwing a lock across at Hay would be on the samo principle . as at Teddington-on-Thnmes, being the , first lock you pass through going upward. - A breakwater of largo stones and! boulders are' placed across the river and rise to 'within two ? or three feet of the level of- the flood gates of tlie lock, so that when the up-country water coities.down at all heavy it fiiffls- its way over ??tbe-br...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FROM TIIK DAILY PAI'ERB.1 ' London, 29th Nov.— Money is easy, and a further reduction in the rate of discount is expected. The corn market is strong, witli an upward tendency ; Adelaide wheat is in good deinane at 67s. per quarter ; Adel aide flour, 46s. to 50s. per 280 lb., according to quality. Copper is quiet at previous quotations, £93 to £94. Tin is steady at recent quotation ; transactions in Australian tin .ore have taken place at 4 per cent, lower, i London, 1st Dec. — Spain has decided to. restore fhe survivors of the Virginius filibus tering' expedition, and will submit the 'legality of tlie capture to a mixed tribunal,- and if found to be illegal will be prepared to submit tlie question of damages to the arbitration of the sovereigns of the great powers. ? Ad vices from Cape Coast to the 8tli November state that the troops under Sir Garnet Wolseley had, after an obstinate resistance, utterly routed the Asliantees ; the casualties on. the side of the B...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 9th Dec. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

TELEGRAMS. (VltOJt OCR OWN CORRESPOND RVT 'l SYDNEY. Tuesday. 9tli Dec. Friday. — The Triennial Parlia ment Bill was read a second -time, and passed through commitee. Richard Brownlow, first .marks man of the volunteer rifles, died on Sunday last. , A great meeting of Roman Catho lics was held on Monday, to make preparations for the reception of the coadjutor to Archbishop Vaug lian, who is shortly expected to arrive the colony. , LONDON. Wool down a penny per pound, and inferior kinds twopence; per pound. ? j The Pope has issued an encyclical against Germany and Switzerland for resisting the Bishops of the Holy Catholic Church. ? AMERICA. President Grant's message to Congress anent the execution of American citizens in Cuba, very firm, but conciliatory towards Spain. FRANCE. ^ Marshal Bazaine's trial proceed ing. The public prosecutor de mands his execution.

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HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Dec. 10, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

IIAY SHIPPING. ? 'Wednesday; Dec. 1(1 1873. . Dec. 4Vt- Cumberoopa, left for Wagga. Wagga,, with goods op sale, in charge of Mr. Sullivan. ' - .? ,5th-- Corowa arrived from, Echuca. (ItH.—Rwcffpiajcle^rcd out with 613 bales of \yaol, J. Forsyth, '''j'jagent. ' „ '?'?^fflurrimbidgee arrived fromEchu-' Blewett & Co., agents. ' ' -8th .—Qopoioa, cleared out -for Echuca with over. 500 hales. J. . Forsyth, agent. ' ' ' ' V : | ^tii.—MurrumbidgRc sailed up .: stream. . ; The Murrumbidgee is 15 feet above summer level: ; .

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MELBOURNE. Dec. 6th. 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

MELBOURNE. ' . ' : (from 0UI! own correspond est. ) ' Dee. Gth. 1873. The adjournment of our House pf Assembly is a virtual dissolution of the first Parliamen t under the law of payment of members, ami the country will be called on to state whether or not tliey approve of tho measure, and are willing that it should bo re-enacted. . For my own part I.cininot see why a man should not be paid, for1 the service's lie renders, whether his paymasters slioulcl 'ho the firm of -Smith Jones, Robinson j- Brown'. aiid~GB~tfr:.lln- ' gentlo publici' that the late Mr. .'Fawkner was wont to stroke with -the hair.' ' Tho labourer is worthy of bis hire ' is a good' 'old saying, and whatever may bo said about somo of the members not having, earned their salt, still I don't believe that their detractors wouhl be an improvement if they could ascend ? tho tribune in their place. It might please tho ' lords ' to have some impecunious solons in the Assembly who would be available on im— ' portant occasio...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

' ' MARRIED.' '! : ' -. 1 Sri?ips— Jaiiret.— ,0n 10th inst., by tlio Rev. S, i\, Hamilton, Mr. John Spo'irs, pf. Hay, to Miss Anna J arret, eldest daughter of Gep.rg'p .Jarret, of .Marked Tree Point, Hay. ?-*- THE. V-' 1IVERINE &MZIEE; Tr.os Tyrius-ve mihi nulla (Uscrimine cyUitr. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1873. ' ? ; ? ' ' ' - ' '? ? 1 ? : ? ' ' i

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SYDNEY. 5th December, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

? : SYDNEY. v.. -.'(FROM. OUR CiWN CORltESl'ONDEXT.V 5th December, 1873. Surely the stars in thdir courses fight for tho Parlces Administration ! Out of a trans action for which tho Whole country has resounded with censure, an accession of poli tical strength'accrucs. to them. Mr. Butler,, whom tliey have cruelly disappointed, still sits and votes with their Supporters, proving that personal feeling docs not interfere with his public duty. Without losing , his vote they have got rid of the hostile vote and more formidable eloquence of ' tho leader of the Opposition by making him Chief Justice ; and now the seat in Parliament vacated by Sir James Martin has been filled up by a strenu ous supporter of tho Government. The. electors of East Macquarie have returned, by a majority' of 15G, Mr. Walter II. Cooper, a young man of, somo literary distinction as a journalist and: a dramatist, whose intellectual abilities may enable him to render good service to his country, but whose only claim...

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THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

THE TRANSCONTINENTAL j RAILWAY. (FROM THE AGE.) , Tlie transcontinental railway from Adelaide to Port Darwin, which it; projected by our Squthi Australian neighbors, is a grand .enterprise, which, if properly carried put. will advance the interior set tlement and general prosperity - of Australia in the present generation to ftn extent that pould not be reaphed otherwise, for a long p.eriod. Rut it will require 'states- manlike ability tp work it out. sue-, cessfully without jeopardising the the true interests1 of the country. It must never be forgotten - that great as the advantages of such a Avork woyld undoubtedly be, it is very possible they, might be pur chased at top dear a rate. -If 'the undertaking directly resulted in the. locking up/ pf- vast , tracts of terri tory l4;t^b nanas of jy private. com pany, without due precaution hav ing been taken tq prevent a ban-en monopoly . of the; soil, or. to insure the. lands bordewng: upon the line being permanently settled Avith a lar...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

We have been ': pointing the attention of the ?Government for' some time past to the duty they owe to the district in having the road from Booligal to Mr. M'Don aid's; of Nine Mile Guifls, put into such repair, as to enable stock to traypl by jhat route during all' sca7 . sons pf the year. It is -a work tliatcannpt any lp.nger be. delved if.only common justicc be done tp tho district. At. the same time wc are not to be understood as saying' that the work referred to is the only repairs that- the Darling road requires before it can be said to be available for stock travelling tp market. : Wc are bound in the interest of truth 'to dp! the Parkes Ministry :tlie justicc ofsaying that! they are willing and /able to do pur district! the good which 'it- deserves, 'arid which wc respectfully but imperatively demand for it. Beyond the portion, referred 4o there is the Willatidra Creek beyprid, Mossgiel which in time of flood can only he crosscd by travellers at (he imminent risk of life, and...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

. THE NEW TARIFF. In the Legislative Assembly, on Friday, 28th November, the Hon. the ? Speaker re ported to tlio House that he had received a message from His Excellency the Governor intimating that he had, in the ? name of Her Majesty, assented to the Customs Duties Abolition Bill.', The following is the New South Wales tariff, as assented to by His Excellency the Governor, to become operativo on the 1st January, 187! : — s. d. Spirits. — On' all kinds of. spirits iin . ; ported into tlie colony, the strength of which can be x ' ascertained by Sykes' liy- ? drometor, the proof gallon 10 0 ? On all spirits and spirituous compounds imported into ? . ' the colony, tlie strength of ? ! which cannot be asccr k tnined by Sykes' liydronie ? tor, the liquid gallon - 10 0 Methylated spirits, per gallon - 2 0 Wines — Sparkling, per gallon -60 Other kinds, ditto - - - - 4 0 Sarsaparilla, If containing not more ? than 25 per cent, of p:o )f spirit, per liquid gallon - - - -40 Boer, ale; porte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

Christmas Fruits ! Christmas Fruits ! ! AT THE . BEE HIVE STORE. W L. SMITH begs to inform ? the Public that he lias JU ST RECEIVED ex ' Murrum bidgee ' and other late 'arrivals, a large and varied collection of CHRISTMAS FRUITS, Of every description, which he is lioiv selling at extremely LOW ? - - . : . PRICES. ; COME AND SEE THE MONSTER PLUM PUDDING ! ! ; COME AND SEE THE .GREAT NOVELTIES FOR ; ; CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ON THE Shilling Table, At the BEE HIVE STORE Lach lan Street, Hay. To the Squatters of Riverina. MR. JOHN _ CORRIQAN. Wunl Olasser and Scourer , begs to inform the Squatters of Riverina and surrounUing Districts that he has commenced .Business as above, and is prepared to scour and class any wool that may be entmsted to him, at thALO WEST . CUR RENT RATES ; also to\class and purchase Sheep an commission in a\y of the Colonies. From his long and extensile experience in the Business, he ventures .to A ssert that he will ge{ up tvool h\ an unsurpassable manner ; he is als...

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CUDJELLICO. Dec. 4th, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

CUD.JELLICO. - (from OUli own correspondent. 1 Dec. 4th, 1873.' Alter closing my letter last week I saw some stone that was being taken out of the P. leader in Foster's G. M. Co.'s claim ; it had splendid gold showing all through. They havo driven about 40ft; cast along the leader, and are now driving to break into the main shaft for air. The Hit- or Miss claim have started to nut un a whim. ? ; ' ' Wo had a concert last Friday in. aid of a miner that has been laid up for some time. It was a groiir success, and the amateurs who so kindly gave their services on the 'occasion, deservedly received the thanks of the ? au dicnco for the pleasing entertainment they; had provided them. , The same gentlemen will give another concert on Christmas E vo in aid of the school fund. . An eight of a share in Foster's Reef G. M. C.'was sold to-day for 200i. '? The following are the entries for thehandi cap :— ' ? ?? '? ? ?' Mr.'.Bii'dd's b; m. Modesty,- aged 9 st. 7 lb. „ M'Fee's b. g. Bloridin ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

Hay NOTICE TO 'SSePAYERS. . ARREARS -0E RATES. All parties who . liavo not yet paid the rates due: for the current half-, year are requested to pay them at . the Council Chambers, 'Bush Inn, foi'thwith, as no further personal application will he made. , : . Office Days. — Wednesdays, Thursdays, '.and- ^Saturdays, from 10 aim'to 3 p.m. PRANE JOHNS. Council Chambers, Mayor, 'Hay, 9th Dec. 1878. 60-8

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BIRDIES' CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 December 1873

. BIRDIES' CALL. f~B Y C. C ATTON 1 i Evening closcs o'er us child, , Sweetly thrills tho birdf their lay, 'Hear those notes in freedom wild, Soaring Heav'nward music's way. J .Now. nature sleeps, Birdie dear, And flowrots droop 'awhile, Tuno 'thy voice, and swell it clear, In tho strain pf !- iVnnie Lisle.' Sho'sinjrs— ' ? :l '' Hark those strains of Angel's musio - ' From the choirs abovo ? Doarost Mothor, I am going ? Truly, God is love.' , Hush ! hush? ho slowly to, ttercd ? To.whero Birdie sleeping lav, O God ! ho cried, and muttor'd, My, Hope was call'd away. Yes gone ! her spirit flown . -' ' Far- o'er tho shadowy sea, .. .. Arigols greet her neiir His throne, Singing song of Jubilee; ?AM sweet child thy 'spirit's fled, * -. Grief is. past, — and Hope lies — Dead ! ' A tablet to the late Dr. Guthrie, from the chisel of Mr. Brodie, R.S.A., has now boon placcd in the lobby of St, John's Free Church, Edinburgh, aiid 011 Sunday it was exposed for the first time to the view of tho...

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