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CHILD'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

V ' CHILD'S PRAYER, ' ' ' ? Tnero is one littlo. formula which mothers teach their cliildron, and which is so cx quisito in its simplicity, so tender in its truthfulness, and. so true to. our wants, that the older children' never grow tired of it. WhSn our heads' hre griiy, and our eyes aro closing, for tlie lust time on earth and its cares, we will say, il wc can : ' Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep,. If I should die before I wake, 1 pray the Lord my soul to take.' And then when we waken we shall be satis fied. ,, ; . It is said of John.Quincy Adams that lie never went to bed without repeating this little : prayer, the. first taught him by his mother in his early childhood. There aro two little poems descriptive of a child saying this prayer, that-aro among tho tendercst in our language, and we give them both. The first is : — Golden head so lowly bending, Little feet so. white and bare, Dewy eyes half shut half opened, Lisping out her evening prayer. W e...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 13th January 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

STOCK REPORT. j foYerin* Grazier I AV piiivwlny^lath J?in«nw iris; I Tho weatfcfr s!n^ our l.r/t hiu -,rcn vnric:! with a ?cJnnjre rr-cW lift -11% m tl*/* shatltn A;xri:iir tli'« previous mrt of tR© xivek f-j $.'- d»-^ ~{x tJio shade duriaur tli»* JixttiT. On Satnr* ty- we t threatening clouds aj\il Tllstr.nt thunder^ vfaVhoanl^ and on Sunday morning a shA,v-?r oi raio 10II tvhloa servi/d to lay tin* dust tor a. tew -cuw, but yum -vas not p^reeptilVc. ' 'five weather h at ^re.'cnt peasant and obol, hut there aro no sign* of the desired rain- Matters continue to wnar a gloomy ns pcot for storienwners, and great anxiety is felt for the future. Thcro^ aro . no transactions or movenwnts of stock to report tor the week in consequence of the state of the rcajx Wc will hope bettor tiling tbrui our fears excite, ill* JoUa Moore., }un., reports the sale of choice lot of yonnjy bullocks from Teog:mbic at1 a high price for local consumption j and has under offer a' mob of&~0 store cati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

S&clt,;:Forwa^iirig:, Insurance, and GENERAL AGENT. ' Station Supplies of ; eveiy. description on Sale or indented. THE OLDEST ~ SiLDDliEB'^; HAY. © s ^ §: if ? ^ -'i : : ' VwlLLIlM HEWITSQN : tM fftnriiincr thanlcs for past favours, -would call the attention of lus friends and public I Rcnerallv to his large' assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, whicli arc of the BEST MATERIAL ami WORKMANSHIP. Best Hcgsldiy Saddles made to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. ? W H liaving in- lus employ several first-class tradesmen, that have worked m the lead ing shops in Melbourne,' Svdney, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to execute all orders entrusted to him, in a style and manner not to be surpassed in the colonies. In the HARNESS DEPARTMENT will he found single and double Buggy Harness, Carmge Wagonette, and Dray Harness, all of the very best material. . Waggonettes covered and trimmed. Light and Heavy Collars always on hand. ' ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Tuesday, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

MiSLBOURXE STOCK REPORT.; -::- , Tiresdav, JahnarV.5. / , Only ono lot from.. Rivortna* was. forward, Mr. Leiteh's of Berry Jerry; They \veVo a fine lot of 266 bullocks, averaging £10 3s, the highest figure being ^li 10s, . r Fat Sheep*— 1$, 1.6*0 were penned, the nfajorUy ofwhicit frdrdbltt of middling qnajity. The best offered for sale brought Gd, and in some eases Is . per headjvlvanco npon last tveck's quotations. ;' -The .sales :of Riverina stock were 3072 wethers of- Messrs-Thomas. Edols and Co 3970 from . Coan Down sta tion ; 3500 -wethers^ belonging to the Hon. Wtw. UjirrTpbeHr-T-be-meafc -p^sarYing ccpi* panics bought largely, otherwise the market ?would not have been cleared of tlic stock.' Messrs : Hastings -:.Gux^iNaiiAjf_ CQi.; report, Melbdnrne, 8th Jjinuary, 1875 : — i Wooh-r- We.Jicld our first '-sale i^since the late holidays -at—onr-stdfes this ?.-afternoon/., and. brought forward a.cataldgtic of 3100 bales. We sold only grpasy amKsconried descrip tions, postponing...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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RIVER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

RIVER JTEWS. Tho MumimWdpee at'Hay i3 - feet above suTntr.er level. At Wagsa it. is 2 feet and stationary. ' . The Darling at Bourke Iws fallen one foot seven inches durinp the '.weekV and' .is] li'ow sfx feet eleven indies. above su'riimec level. — Central Australian. At Wilcatfnla. tho DaHiriir rose about ten inches, but U now at a standstil. It is about'threc feet above eum '' mer level. TFj&'flHTiwi Timcsl Jaij.0. '

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

To Contractors. Tenders Wanted ?nOR thc,CONSTUOTION of aAVHARF T! jj at the BREWERY, ' ???' : - JL Plans: nnil specifications to'bo seen on ,tho I? premises. . i Tenders to ho in on or before the . 31st inst. 3 ; The lowest or tiny tender' hot necessarily' da accepted. ' ' ? ' - '? 'sti ' ELLIOTT &. LINDSAY, , ? ? C92-GG : Hay Brewery. do it I L L I A R D S ! B I L -L'-I-A R D S-! ? BILLIARDS'! Wr MR. J. C. SANDS, haviitg .been JnfQrmed _ that son)e pel-sons in Hay,-'nnknoTOX.to. him, arc open ..to .play ;bim, a ma(_cb',--be hereby challenges riivjK person in Hay tb-play Jiim a match, giving 50. points' in 500'-'for'£5 A or upwards. ... .'..C^-WCO -. XJ JOHN;SAN;DS'fc wi ? , Tutiovsafl's. Hotel, ? 'Hay,'1' : 0£ Hay, Jan. .1 1 ,? l-87f-,- G9B-64 — Hay Hospital. . . ; ; w : A X T E D'.- , - I IjlOti the Hay- Hospital, a . W A RD SM AN, ! and an Und.cr''WVvdsn'iau. (single men). .£jj Application. to' be madc'to'Drj'iJ. M. Gordon lit bis rcsidcivco,:Hay,' ' X ? Bv order of the C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

Sawyers, Bushmen, Settlers,; anft othei'Si. .- ,-: j? ? - WANT ['ID lOlflOO sound J?INE LOGS. ' - *Y. from § fe'et tp 30 ? feet long,,- diarii. . 8 ft and up.'waBds/; to be'; 'Aalittcicd oh .the^ bank of the Mtirriuiibidge^ River. .betwern ... . Hay and- CurrawarnaL . Apply, stating1;.; -. price to, . - ?. i . WITCOMBE BROS. , yjl-Cl ? ? fray., ' WANTED,, three first-class BOOT-. MAKERS. Highest wages given. Apply, to I). BOUR.K.E,. bpotmaker, Hav.. -500-6-1* ' ' ,

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SYDNEY. January 8th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN. COJtJtEsSON nfiXB;)' January 8tll, 1875. The elections arc no-.v nearly over. The polling for Central Cumberland takes place to-day.. Lackey, and either Wearne or O'Connor are supposed to be sure to be returned. All three of these voted against the Govern-. menton the question of tlie Governor's Minute: so.tlint whether Mr Lackey h accompanied on his return to Parliament by the EnglishJWesleyan or the Irish Rjimaii Catholic, tho two votes for- Central Cumberland will be against tho Government upoiu thai point. Aftea ta-dnj%. tliere remain only the three members fbr the three goli'l fle'ds electorates to be elected. Of -the 65 members elected before to-day there are !!0 Who.\Ver, e never, yst Ui Parliament; and two, Messrs II. Wisdom and. Sa'milcl Gray, hut have not been in Parlia ment for some years. Just one-third, therefore, of the members of the' Parliament of 1S7- disappear fi»in. tlio_ . House There aro some of these whose absence is to LiT regretted; esp...

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday. 7th January. Present: The Mayor (W. Sabine, Esq.), Aldermen Tartakover, Lakeman, Cox, and Witeombe. There was an unusually large attendance of file public- on the occasion. : Minutes of , the previous meeting having been, read and coninmed,! the Clerk read the following, correspondence, via i ' ' ' A let.tor was read from the Chief Office of Eleetric Telegraphs, stating that the ap plication for supplying the town with iron telegraph posts bad been received, arid noted. ? Alderman Laikeman — 'That means shelved, I supposed. A letter was read from Mr Gunning, pror prietor of the Bridge Hotel, asking permis sion to placo a box drain in front of his house to carry off the storm-water ; and also to fill up the hollow between the Hotel and the new approaches to the bridge. Referred to tbe public works committee, with instructions that they, willi the Major, should view the spot indicated at 10 a.m. next day. . . 'A memorial, signed by Mrs. J. IT. Palmer, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

Municipal Election. rp 0 M R. J 0 H N A L 1 S T 0 K, ,V.- i HAY. Sir, — We, the undersigticd' ijatcipayerR of-' ? (he town of Hay* beg to request that you; - ., ? - ? - _will allov/ yourself to bo nominated for tliei ' . position of Al derm. in at the next annual' . election, and should you do' so, we pledge- ? . ' ^ourselves to do our utmost to secure your re turn, . . : Simon Moss,. George Esplin, James Wit-.- ? ? . ... combe, arid 53 others. ' . . v ' ?' To THK El.ECTOhS OF THK MUKICIl'ALtTi' ; - ok Hay. La'oibs and Gestlf.men'. — In reply fo'. ' your requisition so numerously signed, I have to inform you that I- shall be most , : 'happy to accedo to your request, and wiijl--.' promise you that if clected, I shall .do, my , . utmost to merit the honor yon propose to do; 'me. .My qualifications are that I am - -. tradesman, ahd am Well acquainted- with such, ? v works as hiay be re.qnlved' to bo dqne by tl^q. Corporation., My policy wilh always be.- to advance the interests of .t^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

OH! WHAT A LIE! Tartakover v. Espliii* 1 tTE, INHABITANTS of HAY as,** - . ?' VV DISTRICT, liaving a desire to ex press our CONDOLENCE with ilR GEO. . ESPLIN, have determined in this manner to shot? our appreciation of the JUSTICE (sic!) of the Verdict as determined this, (Tuesday) Morning at the IIAY POLICE; COURT in the- above case. The following subscribed On? Shilling each; to tho Fund -. — J. Iferrick J Simpson . , 1-j L.eory W L Smith, '; McSwoeney Major: - F Calvert; Higgins. J Heaphy Logan ? ?; F Campbell C Rigby' -T Wliitcomb ' A W Aruott James Whilcomb A Iiover of Trutls . . ? - J Smith McCarthy C SantU P Tyson ; -. J Drew. . . E Brandon; .1 ... W G'albar Fox W Loftus A Friend' ? ? , B Bond Mclnncry . W Gr.itrt E J- Oir.ei); ? ? A Friend' W W. ? - W I, Palmer 'Is J T'revena, sen. Saunders — Trcvenu, jun.- . : ; Cowell Churche A Friend . .Y.'s 7x_ / - Half H C' V-ivta'ini; - S A Moss P Milne- . ' Dixon , - C'.r.tton. ? Richardson Wilkinson not Mos-/^ ' Robertson ' Cater' ' ...

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The Punt Hotel Destroyed by Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

The Punt Hotel ©6 stroyed by Br.ANDOs's.J'wnt -iiatelj tbe oldest house in 1-Iat, was Ktrht to tlfii groitti'd this morning at one o'clock. The' fire originated in the bar parlo.itv aii'd in about 15 minutes after its first appearance. there was scarcely. a vestige of the l.Trgo building-left. Very little of the contents of the house was saVed, as the pro gress of tho flames was . so rapid (is: to; pre clude all attempts to arrest their progress or save the furniture. So far as is kno.Trn ib.orc wbre 110 lives sacrificed, though the lodgors must have lost most of their olothing, &c.- We have heard of- somo narrow escapes. It is' said that the biiildi'ng was fully insured: bT the proprietor* aiid tlm furniturd by Mr I1,. Brnndon, the lessee', though his loss will be very great-, and much sympathy is expressed for him fnjd.lu3 fntnily. Successful offorts were made to preventtb'e fn'e spreading. Its origin is, as yet, unknown. A great crowd assemblsd to sro the' last of the Old...

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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. .. 'TO TUB UniTOli, OF TIIE RI\J»RINI! CRASHER. Sin,; — Could you spare. a corner in your ?.valuable journal to expose a most cruol and brntal attack on a liorse by a carrier while unloading tho Corrong steamboat. On the 5tli' inst. he bad a loaded waggon with two horses in the shafts. I believe that he tried to make the two horses shift it. One of tbe horses, in. the attempt, fell with tho shaft across his back, nnd could not rise, where upon tbe carrier most cruelly boat the horse in so frightful a manner as to causo death. I refer you to a Hay storekeeper,- also . to Mr Lcary. who were ' eye-witnesses of the bru tality, ?nd; other persons besides hie. — i am, &c, :A LOOKER ON. We have in type the sermon preached in Hay by ttev. Mr. Hamilton 011 .the last Sabbath of tho yeat: which will appear in our next issue. Ha'y Land Opvice.— JoTin 'Di'towhb sclented 011 Jaft. 7 50a comity of Warcdgcry, pnflsh of Lpng, situ ated on the Mungadal run, on the eastern-...

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SYDNEY. Jan. 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

' ' ' SYDNEY. . Jan. 12th. Messrs Bu'chr nan, Barker, and Forster re turned for tbe Gold Fields. Boyce, of Mnrrurundv got £100 verdict for ah accident caused by a collision in a Vain, at, Newcastle. A woman named Emma Fielder lias been ravished in her own liouso near Tamworth-. The' perpetrator has not been found. It is said thrtt the Ministry will probably go out on Parliament meeting. Corporation laborers have been granted free passages into the country. A man named Criswick was c-liargcd with murdering liis wife at Ryde fifteen months 'go. ' ? _ ; ... Tho costume cricket match realised £115 for- charitable purposes. . -Cattlc and sheep are both down. The Califomian mail has arrived.. She only brings later American news of/no . im portance.

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By Electric Telegraph. DENILIQUIN, January 8th, 1875. MURRAY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 January 1875

Bv Electric TelearaolL ? rVnoxi ocu own cou(ip.spondekt. ) ( PENILIQUIN, . . Jantiaiw 8tli, 1875. ' - ? ' MURRAY ELECTION. ReUrtns to hand give, Ilay n majority of 128- ar 138. . Accounts contradic tory at pre-' .sent. : -Barboiir bad a majority at- Deniliquin, 3Ioama, nnd Mathotira, (Saturday, Jan; 10. The final result of the -poll give the num bers polled for each candidate as follows : — Hay 469, Barbour S#1 . The official de claration of the poll was made to-day, each candidate appearing and address'ng those present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 20 January 1875

®|,e iiiiicuiie - ? is published every Wednesday, at Hay, Murrumbidf»ot- River, N.S.W. ' Subscription : £1 per annum, or os. , per quarter, payable in advance. ' TO ADVERTISERS. . The Iiivcrine Grazier is by far tlie most widely cir culated newspaper in Riverina, ; and oilers tho greatest advantages to advertisers; Charoeb for Advertisv.ments : For one insertion 3d.. per line ol'spnce. ? ? For evory insertion alter the first, 2d. ditto. Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s. (id. each. Specially favorable rates for standing advertisement* -? arid for such as are largely displayed.

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CHILD STEALING IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 20 January 1875

CHILD STEALING IN NEW YORK. ? jit has bo»n for somq ttmo a. aourco of won der- to many, who do uot.knbw of tho' lower phases of lifo in Now . York, how so many pretty children come, into tho possession of dissipated , parents. Ono- goes along the street, says tho New. York Herald of the. 28th ult., and is inct -by a drunken, ill natured, half-clad ; wonian, ? who carrics a Kood-lookinff. well-dreBsed child in her arms. She solicits alms, and tlio petitioned person, moved by the prosence of the littlo ono, con tributes a few pennies for its support, which, in nino cases out of ten, aro spent for gin. These children, in the majority of instancos, do; not belong to the women who beg with them. They aro in some cases borrowed,- in others hired, and in ? many stolen. The general reader may hoot this last assortion as improbable and impossible, but it is nevertheless a. fact. ' Tho women who do the stealing are crafty only as regards the wiles they resort to to get drunk. They do not stea...

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HELPING PAPA AND MAMMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 20 January 1875

?HELPliSiQ FAPA AH/J MA'/ma, jl'i&lujg' '{fr- ^ (jorn' ttPii- potato eg- Helping, to acattcr tlio see '^8-. , % ceiling t* [jo Tiena and tHe - iiickens, ; | I'roejr/g tlio garden fro'/i weeds, ? j XJnviiigf,! tho cowa to thepnoture, xrr ,?!/ ? ling- tbe; horso in. tho stall, v / ltle ciiildrcn are* busy ; | 'T'J rn tlimm is work for us nil. ' / Helping ,papa- ^?V .readinc; tho hay in tho sun all in o, j '-Raking it when 'tis dry, / Picking. tho apples and poaches /' Down in tho orchard hard by, Picking tho grapes in tho vineyard, Gathering nuts in tho Fall, W e little children aro busy ; 'Yes, there is work for us all, Helping papa'. Sweeping, and washing tho dishes, ?Bringing tho wood from tho shed, Ironing, sewing and knitting. Helping tu make up the bed, Taking good care of the baby, . .Watching.licr lest she' should fall, ' 'We little children are busy; 0, there is work for us all. Helping mamma. 'Work makes us cheerful and happy, Makes 'us both active and strong ; Play ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 20 January 1875

HiilstonRacmg Clufa. t TlVliRSpAY AND FRIDAY,, i. '8th and Oth- APRIL, 1875. .i'1 ''''Stewards: Messrs ; W.i Tomkins, I,. Gv Wripht, A. Cummings, W. Martin, F. Kenyon, ,H. 31{ Welsh, R. G. Casey, W. LoiiglinW. ' ' - -'Jud'ue: ? ' -IlASweAP-PEii: ?. | Mr C^iCrLoughnrm. - : (/W. Tqmkins. -j . ' Stahtkr': ? , Clerk, of, .thr Courisn., ' W. Loughnanl ' ' John' Caldwell. ' FIRST' DAY. \ , '-, ?! MAIDEN PLATE, of 20 sovs. 1J .miles. Weight for f aprc. Entrance, 1 sov.- ' . ' ? ? 'i HILLSTON. HANDICAP, of 75 sots; sweep' of3. sova. to go to second horse. Distnr.ee,. two miles. Nomi- ? nation of! sov. to ho sent to - .'the Secretary, of Ilill flton, on or before Saturday ,:30th insf. '.Weights to be ( declared February lOtlr. Sweep to. :be paid; im night . ofgeneriu entry.- .Winner, ot. II. J.C. Handicap to carry a penalty of /jibs ; of II. A. Handicap, 3lbs. HANDICAP HURD1E- RACK; if 20 sovs. Distance, two-miles.; Nomination, 1 , so\v;- swdop, 1 sov. - Con ditions same as Ilillstoh Handica...

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EXTRACTS FROM ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 20 January 1875

EXTRACTS 'FROM ENGLISH NEWS PAPERS. ? -I - i Amongst. -tho pas30ngBr3 by tho It.M.S. Pera are Sir W.'F: Stawell, Mr Cairns,' the new .Governor of Quoonsland,- and Governor Weld and family, en route -to Tasmania. ! Mr Tallerman has: commenced la .series of Australian : meat ,, banquets - in. tho populous, towns. .of. England. Thoso. at.Lambotli and Birmingham were highly succossful., 'Liotit. Dawson has been instructed by tho 4,dmiralty to survey tho Fiji islands.. Mr Gladstone has fairly. broken with the Popo and the Papists. His 'pamphlet on the Vatican decrees has .acted like a thunder bolt in ecclesiastical and , political circles.. Germany is delighted and surprised. . The Popo is angry nnd vituperative. Many Eng lish Liberals rejoico at the dissolution of an unnatural allianco with the Papists, while' tho discussions on tho subject,; opened by Arch bishop Manning, bavo alroady revealed wide divergences among the English Catholics. The battle among tho English Catholics rages ar...

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