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SYDNEY. 15th January, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

s~y .d:i^ e Y . r ?'(Pniau/oDn q'waiboBivEsrokDKsr.i:..) ;'j 15th January. 1875. I The. elections are all':ibv6r -; aiffd' in political ' circles the/ Vesiilfeiia earnestly ? cilciilated.: / The last. pf the. 1 prode'eding8-;;took-.r-place on Mi5nda;y' ; [ \ -vrheii itlie : ? Soutk i and ''West; Gold/Fields — Electorates xdr elected * by. :\large:! imajoritifes ? 1 iMr1. Baker and Mr Buchanan;-) and', tlie 'North;sedt in Mr Robert Forster, wRo^wtfslsoveraryearslB^d' a': nYemV ber. of Parliament. ; \ :Xs for . the general ^result of the Sections there- can he : no doubt that :thQ .Ministry Jhaye: lost several supportersr Some reckon that the number of Ministerialists in the House is cut/dowh from42 to 27; and- the1 opposition increased from 20 to 33. If all members who have spoken against the/ Govern ment,^ or -against the-Minute on the 'release of Gardiner, be reckoned as members of the Opposition, this calculation 'might be justified . But probably, several who at the Hust ings 5 s...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

There was a grea.t row mado'at tho time about tho collecting of tho Border Duties, when Sir James Martin, sternly refused to accept tho sum offofecj by Victoria as com pensation for froe trade fay- hoy- nvecch^nts, and all tho ills that could possibly flow from such a courso were marshalled in the Press, and before the world, in order that a dif ferent course might be pursued. Tho worthy knight was unhorsed by his adversaries, and very narrowly escaped being left outside for his pig-headedness'. . So far did ho carry his opposition to Victoria, and her, trade, that he declared if ever a railway were made from Moama to Deniliquin he would refuse to travel iC hC TCgSl'ded it as only another means of taking the trado' away irom 5e\v South Wales territory to that presumptuous colony. Another King- in the person I of the present Premier, and we wore jubilant at the change, with the fond hope that all our complqints would be removed, and our political ills cured. Now after having had an i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

WANTED Smart Boy to mind horse?.. Hcrriott's Hotel. ; 66 WANTED on a Station on the, River. — A Young Girl as Housemaids. and to, wait orb table. For ; particulars apply to. Rev. S. A., Hamilton, Hay.', 660U; ANTED, A MARRIED COUPLE, without encumbrance foe. Kerarbnry' Station. References required. Apply at the office of this paper. , 67' ANTED, a FEMALE SERVANT, or MARRIED COUPLE, without en cumbrance. Mwst have good reforennes^ Apply to. JOSEPH 11UDD, ' . Howlong Station, . ? 695u Murrumbidgee River: ?- FOUND.— A SHEEP DOG, black bael\ brindle legs and head,.. white neck. The owner enn have him by applying to John Brown, at Mr Cox's Hotel, Uav, aud paying expenses^ . . - 6fi A CCOMPLISHED GOVERNESS wants XL. a. Situation in a respectable family 1 - Unexceptionable References. Apply tii' '*, REV. S. A. HAMILTON, 707 iv ; Hay. WANTED,, good AXEMEN, . Apply WITCOMBE ; BKOS., 942u / ; : _ ;? Hay. ,, 10ST in Lachla'n-strcot; a Gold 'Mcdallio Coin. Anyone bringing tho same vto tho offic...

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HAY JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL RACES. NOMINATIONS. Hay Autumn Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

HAY JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL RACES. r NOMINATIONS. : Hav Autumn Haridlcap. Mr John Brewer'a br g After Dark, agod „ ,, John Brewer's b c Dusk. 3 yrs „ C. Edgehill's b h Cassio (late Eringoara), 5 yrs „ John Austin's h g Detective, 4 yrs „ Wm. Campbell's bk g Blackthorn, 4 yrs „ John I Mile's h h Nightcloud, 4yrs „ C. Cox's g g Silvertail, amid „ C. Edgehill's g-li Friendless, 5 yrs ... ,, C. Cox's b in Caller Ou, 4 yrs „ W. Huttori its blk or br f Cocquctte, 3 yre ,, John Evans's Homer, 3 yrs ,, John Bott's b m Josephine, aged „ James Daly's b g Kochcster,' aged „ Wm. Sahlup'8 br g East Lynne, aged „ C. M. Lloyd's h g Express, fl \-ra ,, F. W. Reed's blk or br- f Hassnoss, 3 yrs ? H. J.'C. Handioap. Jtr John Brewer's br g After DArk, aged - ' : : John Brewers's b c Dusk, 3 yta -- - C. Edgehill's h h Cassio (late Eringoara), 5 yrs ' / John Austin's b g De'ective, 4 yrs „ Wm. CampWs hk g Bla,cltthorn,-4 yra ? ' John Illlfle's b h Nightclpud, 4 ynt C. Cox's g g Sllvertatl, aged C. Cox's b m ...

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. Jan. 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

By Electric Telegraph.. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. ? - ' Jan. 2Cth. Weather fine. Tremendous crowd to-day at nil the sports. Terrific hurricane in Queensland. A railway train near Toowomba has been blown off the rails and turned over. No one killed by it. There will be ho business done to-morrow in Parlia ment, but ou Thursday .MrJJItobertson moves an n«ucnH-. ment on the address on account of the Gardiner minute.. Archbishop Vaughan declares that Mr Gladstone isi politically dead. ? Cattle and sheep are firm. Sandhurst. — Confused but lamentably accounts arc coming in, as visitants arrive from the surrounding 'districts:, of the extent of damage occasioned by. the bush fires which, continue to rage, and Iluntlv is reported to have been almost consum,cd; by devastating flames.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

Sheep Directors. — The annual . meeting for tho election of t( Sheep Board for the current year,- takes place at noon on 4th February, at Hay, Balranald, Boo llgnl, Bqurke, Breewarrina, Cannonhar, Condobolin, Corowa, Denil?quin, Menindio, Narrandera, Urana, Wasga, Wentwortb. River Frontage.— Mr Jackson's paddock, tan nery, and house are to be sold by auction on Saturday by Mr George Butterworth. This property is in the town of Hay, and has a magnificent frontage to the river Murrumbidgee and is suitable for wharfage, which gives tho property a great and lasting value. The tim ber alone will fetch a large sum. (See advt) Our contemporary, the Wagga. Wagga Advcrtiier, has, presented its readers and principal advertisers with an ajmanne for 1675, which i» most elaborately and beautifully Illuminated and lithographed, and for ar tistic design and execution stirpassei anything of the kind that has come to us this year. A most extraordinary proceeding has occurred at Gulgong ; a Dr. Benne...

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DOMESTIC BLISS. [?] I am [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

DOMESTIC. BUSS. . ' I am 1 A married lady of thirty odd,' Every evening I sec In their beds A ' baker's doten'. of curly bead*. Every morning tay slumbers greet. ? The patter, patter of twinty-six fefct, , j Thirteen little haarta-are'-alWay.'' in';a flutter, ' - 'Till thirteen little mouths av tilled with bread and butter. Thirteen littlG tf-nt.iiM Vmsv -nil dflv:lGriir. : ' And thirtcen'llttfo bands- with doing .something wrong., -Till I Dtfl fails trf do; ' With on energy too, ; 1 -tij As did the old woman that lived In the shoe. ' ? ?And when my poor husband.come3.home from his work Tired and hungry,' and fierce asa-Turk. What do you think Is the inctiire he sees? A legion of babies all in a breeze — Johnny a crying And Lucv a signing. . . i And worn-nut mtmima with her hair ail a flying; Strong amLangry.WiUIam.bcating little Nelly ; ? ? . !?: Charley in the pantry eating currant jelly'; , Richard strutting round,ln papa's Sunday coat; :I li . Harry at the glass with amor at;his...

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SYDNEY. Jan. 22, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Jan. 22. 1875. We are now in the calm that procedos a political storm— the silence for half an hour hofore bftttlo. ' During this political quiet two leotures on questions of great importance —railway extension and education — have at tracted considerable attention in Sydney. The first was delivered by Mr T. Bawden, M.P., t\t Grafton. 1 He brought forward facts and figures to prove that Now Ejgland would be more benefitted hy a railway connecting that fine agricultural, pastoral, and mineral district with the Clarence River than bjr an extension of the Great Northern railway ffom Newcastle. A glance at the map of the colojny .would convince anyone that, if the nscent of the mountain range, from the valley of' the. Clarence- to the table- land of New England, can be accomplished without exorbitant expense— it must be much better for New England to have access by railway to tho navigable waters of' the Clareuce than to send their produce- -to.wn t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

Hay ^unwxpality. I: 'HEREBY NOTIFY that , I have', re ; ceived. the names of tlie following gentle men as Candidates for the office of Aides men': — ?: .. : 1— AVilliam.Sabilie. 2 — Willianj, Churlic , 3. — J.amcs, Hiu;rison Pollard; , _ 4 — G.eorge Esplin r, - . ...... g_ John A^HJstbn ? ! And for Auditors ? ?? - o ,-;..:l — Roiiry Charles Viviain, 2 — Pet;cy Milne . 3r-r Leonard .Wilkinson . ' FRANK JOHNS, , Returning Officer. ?Council Chambers,. Hay, , 26th. January, 1875, . ,720-66 HayMunicipality. 'Vf OTIOE.— Rratepayors whose rates are in l\ r arreaV8,;are informed' that unless they are paid forthwith they will not bo eligiblo to.-vots at the. ensuing election.. ' WILLIAM SABINE, Mayor. Council Chambers, Hay, 1 9th- January, 1875v Municipal Election. TO. MR... J; o. H N A LU S T 0 N, HAY, ' Sir,— We, the- undersigned: ratepayers of the town, of Hay, beg to request that you will allow yourself to be nominated for- the . position of Alderman, at 'the next annual election, and sh...

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MELBOURNE. January 23rd, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

MELBOURNE. (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 23rd, 18/5. . Two very important 'eventi have been flashed to us from England by telegraph during the post week, viz., the retirement of Mr Gladstone from the leadership of the Liberals and the fact that Mr Disraeli as Premier has had to make an apology to Bismarck. The first of these important events was likely to tell so injuriously in the ranks of the party which Gladstone had piloted so often through storm and shoal that its great men feared tho ranks were so broken as to render licaline:' imnosslble: The great Commoner has been connected with more Im portant legislative changes tliau any man in England since the days of Sir Robert Peel; and in some respects hi? policy has been far more important and radical^ He can now retire with the consciousness that lie . has made a name for himself in the history of his native country and the world also, ns'gTent as that of any other Premier that England ever possessed. He retains liis scat ...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 27th January 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

STOCK REPORT. Riverine Graiur Office, I WadncnlAT. 27th January 1875. I Stock biuincss at present Is very quiet; and until rain descends in sufficient quantity, the Utmost; care will be requisite to preserve stock from dying. Tho river Murrumbidgee at liny is too low for navigation. Thero is a large quantity of wool still to go down, and carriers are not easily found. Gn tlio 2oth, 30,000 sheep, Mr Rand's, from Urangeline, crossed at liny, bound 1 or liis statitol on the Paroo, Mr Young In charge. WiiotnsAhK prices of produce at Oats, 10s 0d per BUshel; wheat 8s Od; chaff, £11 per ton; t'TAil, 2s per bushel) pollard, 2s 3d; Hour, £lt) per ton; potatoes £23 per ton. ' DbsimquIx, Jan. 21 i— Our correspondent reports no crossings this week. Mr James Maun sold OttS'.st inst, town allotmentsof la. each for £40, £40 10s. and £41 ; Ja- for £21. W.vaiU.— The Advertiser reports, Jan 22 suc cession of scorching days, tho fierce b^at of the sun bearing: down every one in prostration, Vith occa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

;; jStbckj Forwarding^ ^ and ^ENT ' ^ : . Station Supplies pf ieyeiy description on Sale or indented. 3 THEOLDEST 7 : ; . ; ' Vj L in HAY. b -Si . vJM p S- -2- MMSMf tV- = \ ' h v ; | | f f TN^ctiMinff thanks for past favours, would call tlie attention of his friends and public 1 ' 'Sneraflr to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which 'arc of tlie BEST1' MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hcgskin Saddles made to order. Gents-To wn ? and 'Hunting Saddles,' Stock-saddles, Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. \ , -W l- having in Me employ several first-class tradesmen, that have worked in the lead in£ Bhbps'iri Melbourne, : Svdnev, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to execute all o'rdors entrusted to' him, in a. style and manner not to be 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. - I ' Waggonettes covercd and trimmed. Light and Heavy Collars alwa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

Australian J oint Stock Bank. ' MY~BRANGE. H'EPOSITS RECEIVED on Current jJ Accounts, Interest allowed on ? Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, und all other BANKING BUSINESS promptly' Transacted. i The Bank , issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various 'Branchos 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 MA,CQREGOR, Managor. Bank of New South Wales. Capital £1,000,00 0. Reserve Funnd £863,333 6s 8d. MY iRANCH, Deposits received on current Account, Interest allowed oa Fixed Deposits, at Current Rates, Bills discounted, Cash Credits granted, Advanoes made upon Approved Security, - and aU other, usual BANKING , BUSINESS transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agencies throughout New Soutji W«les, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, $nd N...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 January 1875

BlftTII. ?? Yobk. — At Hay, on 24th inst,,' the wife of Mr Charles York, of a daughter. !

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MR. GUILDFORD ONSLOW AND SIR ALFRED STEPHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 February 1875

MR. GUILDFORD ONSLOW AND SIR ALFRED STEPHEN. Mr Guildfoi'd Onslow (it is stated in the European Mail) has replied in the columns of the Eng lishman (Dr. Keneally's paper) to the- letter of Sir Alfred Stephen, which was recently copied from the colonial press into all the Lon don papers. He commences by asserting 'that a more gross per version of facts or a more abused assumption he never read,' and then he proceeds to enumerate certain remarks on Orton's person which Castro never had, in order to show that Sir Alfred's remark — physical demonstration could not have been more decisive,' was riot suggested by a personal know ledge of Castro. It will be remem bered that Sir Alfred in his letter asserted that Arthur Orton reached tho town of Melipilla, where he remained under the name of Orton about two years — from 1848 to 1850. With respect to this asser tion Mr Onslow challenges Sir Alfred to prove it by any witness oi- document. Donna Hayley, lie says, who was a witness for the pros...

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TO A LITTLE SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 February 1875

TO A LITTLE SISTER. Sadness has fallen o'er us, A sorrow deep, profound;; Not long thou wert before us, No thou'rt 'neatli the ground. Thy imago comes before me, My toars flow thiok and' fast : The thought of thee unmans mo, ? But thou art home at last. Mem'ry again rccalls thee, Thy little form so neat, Thy sweet eyes always ready So lovingly to greet. But now alas ! we've lost thec. Thy little voicc is stilled ; ? Our hearts aro aching sadly, Our cup of sorrow filled. When all is dark and dreary ; ' We turn to Thee, our God,, For Thou art always rendy ? ' To lighten such a load.j ' O, make us fit tomeot Thee, Like her who's gone before : 0, may at last wo greet l!hee Upon tho happy shore/ Omagh. ? ; ? ; ? PnEVEkxios of Sunstroke. — As tho hot weather is nowupon us, wc give the follow ing specific for sunstroke, which may save from illnes3 or death many whose occupation compels them to bo in the field or on tbo street : — ' About a year sinco I saw in a newspaper an account of a ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 February 1875

? 9ft. Galvanised Iron, fiO s,lr',1's ,ot) ™ Oj 1/ SAOi, CHEA1 , at the Iiivo'hto Grazier office. Hay; . ' i 'WantedJ qx HON G . BULL -0K TEAMS U WAN ri EI.) to Draw - Logs. Plenty of Grass. Good Wages. Apply to AVITC'UMUE BROS,, ~n'-Rr- ' Hny.

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DRUNKENNESS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 February 1875

DRUNKENNESS*. TO THE EDITOR OP TIIE RIVERINE ORAZtER. »1R,— My attention has often 1/een atti-hpied- to the large amount of names that arc continujiily . down on the sheet at our lo«tl police court for drunkenness and obscene language. . Now, Mr Kditor, I-do'not'want to derend the uniortunate owners of those names, but I maintain that if a better example were shown them, there would be less of such degraded characters in th« town. It is bad enough for a citizen trt'get druuk, but when wc see those in authority; and who are supposed to bc.a, protection to- a nlace. in a statn nf- rlpiinirminma who cau wonder at others following such a bad example. Iherc was a curious paragraph once uttered by a policeman in Melbourne— '/A civilian, is not ifrunk un til, he falls on the floor and hangs ou by his eyebrows, ?but a policeman is drunk if he only snielhi of fiqucr;' but I think in a case last week, much* to the disgust of our citizens, it was vica versa. I* do* not adeuse our local police,...

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TO J. J. PHELPS. ESQ., MEMBER FOR BALRANALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 February 1875

: tro J. J. PHELPS. Ebq.,; MEMBER I FOR BALRANALD. ;Mv Dkar Stn, — Aa , tho /unopposed mcm .i.iior for Bslrnnttldj ft troiild appear that you have n right to Bay as yori do in your letter to tlio Elect'of*, of December 26— ' I oup '?^poso I may rissumo that my electoral address : has bttri acceptable, to ,you nil, as I hayo. ?i£ird no oxorossion of dissent to it in the 't'ress or elsewhere;'.' for, as far .as I know, no ' expression of opinion has reached the public ear on any political question from any elector during tlie election. . It is not now necessary to detail tbe rea sons' for this abstention, but for. myself I must protest, as I do with a most triendly personal feeling towards yourself, from being, included with those whose political hopes aro either bounded by, or satisfied with, tho views expressed in your address.. : I am fully prepared to acknowledge the.. : obligation due by any olwtorato .that is bo fortunate as to seenre a 'fit and propor-pcrr. son' as its represen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 February 1875

Municipality. : NOTICE TO BATHERS. COMPLAINTS having been made- of per sons. Indecently Exposing themselves ?in BATHING, I hereby give ' Notice! . That 'after 'this it atb whobvbV' is' foiiiul ??'Bathing near to a Public Thoroughfare, or Habitable i '? Dwelling between the hours of Six in the morning ami Eight in the evening, will ba PROSECUTED according to1 law. ' WILLIAM SABINE, '..Mayor. ! ' Council . Chambers, Hay, . ; . JiStj February,; 1875.. . ' 732-G9 Hay Municipality. KQTIGE. — Ratepayers whose, rates sy-e in , ? ' arrears, are informed that unless thoy ] 'are paid forthwith they will not be eligible to. vote at the ensuing election! ' '.' ' ; ? WILLIAM SABINE, ' ? ? ? Mayor. Council Chambers, Hay, . 19 Ui' January, 1875. .. / MtinicipaF District of Hay. . V OTIC 15 SHEWING ' , 1. TIIH NAMES' OF CANDIDATES. ' , . 2. DAY OF POLL. * .0 PdLI.IXCf PLACE. 1.— TAKE NOTICE tliat the ilmncs, mentioned, in, th/s . - ? ., schedule hei'euuilcv written are the nninpa of the , '/Candida...

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