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THE FORSAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
THE FOKSAfcEN. [This, poem, ? writeh - by ''Stella' (Mrs. Estelle Anna. Lewis), at the age of fourteen, Poe . said was 'the most beautiful , ]3allad of the kind, ever written . We have read itr 'be remarked, 'more than twenty times . and always withjnereasing admira-^ . tion.' And on the strength of this opinionwe reprint it.] It hath been said, for all who die There is a tear; Some piningj bleeding heart to sigh O'er every bier. But in that hour of pain and dread Who will draw near ' Abound my humble couch and shed One farewell tear? Who'd.watch life's last departmgray In deep despair, And soothe my spirit on its way With holy prayer?' [come, What mourner round my bier will . In weeds of woe, ! And follow me to my long home, Solemn and slow ? When lying on my clay bed, , In icy sleep, Who there, by pure affection led, . ? Will come and weep ; By the pale moon implant the rose Upon my breast, And bid it cheer my dark repose, My lowly rest? - ? Could I but know, when I am sleeping Lo...
SHEEP OWNERS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
. SHEEP OWNERS MEETING. I In accordance ' with advertisement in j The] Riverine. Grazier, ^ nunxber of sliecp. owners. : moti the .Hay Board of Directors, to consult and decide upon, the policy of estab lishing quarantine stations on ;the; .Murray at iMoama, and ! Albury. , 7, ..Tho. Directors prosent' were,' Mr F. Chambers (chairman), and' Mr G. C.' Dow.; ' The minutes of thelast meeting were read and 'confii-mcd. The squattors wKo responded to the invi tation of the board were, . Messrs ' Richard Edgaly Evan . Evans, Thomas' M'Farland, John Mack; and Mathetf Palmer.' ' ' ; ' The Chairman stated the objects of the meeting, and requested the gentlemen pre sent to say what tlicy thought as to the pro posed quarantine stations on tho' Mnrray. Mr M'Farland spoke in favour of estab lishing -the proposed quarantine stations — if there, was no danger in admitting. by way of Sydney, there ! could bo none , at, Moama; either the Sydney quarantine; should bo abolished, or the now stations sh...
SYDNEY. 26th March, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
SYDNEY. ... (Kitoai oint own cqruksponiient.) . ? - 26th.Mareli. 1875. Tlie re-asscmhliHg of Parliament on Tuesday last, has already given rise to a tiring discussions. The'flrst duty of the Assembly, was to elect a Speaker iu tho room of the late lamented Mr Arnold. \. The Clerk of the Assembly took the chair for the oc casion, stated the fact of Mr Arnold's decease, and called upon lion, members to choose their Speaker. Mr Terry (on the cross benches) proposed, Mr Driver (on the op position) seconded the motion, ' that Robert Wisdom, Esq.. do take tlio chair of this House, as Speaker.' The | chict recommendation put forward for Mr Wisdom is iunt he \vss about 4 years Chairman of Committees, and was remarkaWy correct, prompt,; and decisive in his ruling. - On one point ho diflcrcd. from tlie Speaker; and on application, the Speaker of the House of Com mons, and the Speaker* of .the Assemblies of Victoria and of Queensland, all three-recorded their opinion that Mr Wisdom was right. ...
STOCK REPORT The Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, March 31, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
STOCK V*''' m — } : a ne Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, March 81, 1875, The. past week has been, warm witli cool lights. Thero were indications of rain, but these have all passed, mid anxiety is again lieing fWfc h-st the-vaiu should hold off until the cold weather -sets in, when the soil shall have lost its warmth^ and there will be no .growth of ^rflss,; but ' wo ' kop.e that thesQ 'fears. will not be . realised. W'o have no 'crossings at ; Hay, this- week, to repjort. Messrs Landnle's 9400 mixed sheep, hayo turned Itack from BalraiVald, to travel up the Lnehtnn to Forbes.' 500G fat wethers have deft Clare for Melbourne, they aro now near -^ooligal. -Messrs Powers, Hutherford, and Co. have sold, through Mr M' Go wan, their local agov,t, 5000 ewes from Illillawa station, to Mr It. Moksworth, of CqwJ Cowl, pricc satisfactory. Mr. M'Gtowtui has various ?other lots in. hand for side. Messrs Wil . lcinson, Hann, Minchin, and Co. Wagga and Hay, report- lvaving sold 4000 two-tooth e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
WILLIAM TOLLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and ^ENI^AL AGENT. Station. Supplies of every description on Sale or indented. THE OLDEST SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. ?Mm ^ ; Qy 8 fmwm b si - E Mmmfu ' 1=1 2 ^ a mmfm ^ B 2 l|;$ ^ v:!?- 1 pILLIAM HEWITSON IN returning thanks for past favours, would call the attention of his friends and publi /generally to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which ate of th BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskin 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 the lead ing shops in Melbourne, Sydney, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to . execute all orders entrusted to him, in a stylo 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. Waggonettes covered and trim...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
Australian Joint Stock Bank. EAY^MANOH. Deposits received on current . Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Kills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, and alt . other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. The. Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and A'gcn ciQS throughout - NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, 'and NEW ZEALAND. Also 'upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager. Bank of New South Wales. Capital £1,000,000, lleserve Fund £ 363, 333. Gs 8d. HAY 'bRMOH. . DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Account, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits, at Current Rates, -iBiUs discounted, Cash Credits ? granted, Advances mauC upon Approved Security, ?: and all 'other usual BANKING- BUSINESS transacted. Tho Bank issues- Drafts and. Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agencies throughout New South .Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, ...
MOSSGIEL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. March 20th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
: MOSSGIEL. ? TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE ORAZIER. March 20th, 1875. , I have to inform you'of a'sad occurrence that-took place here on Wednesday last, on tho untimely ' death of a strong able young man, named Alexander Gibson, the cause of death being delirium tremens, the result of heavy drinking. It appears that the unfor tunate man had been indulging in a bout of drinking at one of the local hotels for some time,. and after his money was done had gone to an out station with a view of recovering, and again going to work, but delirium set in, and so alarmed those about the station that it was deemed necessary to send the poor fel low into the head-station, when a cart was procured, and he was sent to the Mossgiel head-station in charge of a man who attended the unfortunate man until his death, every kindness was shown, and every remedy avail able was resorted to, but without success. ? On Thursday last, a bullock-drivor, in the employment of Messrs W. and E. Kennedy, of Ticehurs...
BALRANALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
BALRANALD. (pnou'Oun 'own -correspondent.) Tho following was unavoidably held over from our last . — March ? 12th, 1875, This day has been quite an era in the an nals of Balranald, having beenithe first occa sion, when the services of his Honor have been called into recuisition to settlo the little dif ferences between our neighbors, hitherto they we're arranged without the help ofthe lawyers, but. as the case that created tho greatest in terest was .one between a squatter and a selec tor, so much bad blood was evolved that it required the dragons'- of the law to adjust1 matters, and as one gentleman alono had five different, cases,' it took two days' to get through them all. Carlson and Murphy v Rankin and Batty,1 damages £.10.— Tho first caso'was onc .of the many accounts left .unpaid by tho late Syd ney contractors for'tlie approach, the plaintiffs Carlson and Alurphy, through some bungling in being recommcndcd to sue in a wrong court, and even. then such a gross mistnko as omiti...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
UNGtAlJtiiD LETTERS, ' 'D list of Letters returned from the co\|qtpy, aud now lying at the General Post QlHee, Sydney,:— . vSJup Letters. — Ah .Mora — , Wangunella ; Alladire C., Hay ; Austin James, Cowl Cowl'; Baukin - James, Balranald ; Batemau . i2„ Hay. ;- Bates .George, BilU bonfft Baxter E.v ' Euabalong ; Bayley Miss M.'.'Bal Mnald ; Beele Willioin, cjirrlor, Curowa ; Bennion Wil liam, Hay Bargmier Henry, Bourke : Bleeze James, care of Captain Garside, Balranald ; Blow John, Hay ; Bourke. D.,D.r, Hay ; Bronnan John, care of M'Pher son, Perkah ( I Paika) station ; Brennan Dennis, care of Mr Tully, Booligal ; Bromghton George, Balranald ; Broushton Mr., Elatone. Lachlan River ; Bryant Wil liam, care of D, Chrystal, Balranld, (2) ; Bueknel! Mrs. W. A., Ililaton; 'Lachlan River i Burcher A S., : Mo- awa ; Burley W. H-- C!*ra of .Captain Black, Hay ; Cameron 0., travelling with sheep, Booligal ; Cameron Donald, travelling with sheep,- Balranald ; Campbell Thomas, care of M'Pher.an....
LULLABY [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
LULLABY May the balm of gentle sleep Softly close tiiirie eyes; Happy dreams thy senses steep, 'When the daylight dies. Thou 'art weary, sink to rest, Sleep will soon renew All thy freshness, like a flow'ret ' Bathed with silvery dew. ; Hush the din of earthly, noises y : Let the angel throng, AVith their sweet, harmonious voices Fill the heart with sorig. - , W an der with tliem for brief moment, In a world of light: . Gaze upon the city gold'en,' Where there is no night: Neither shadow, for the day There is ever. bright; Fair.ei; than earth's brightest dream : lis - that world of light.
[BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.] FIRST DAY—Wednesday, March 24. JUDGE.—T. M'Farland, Esq., of Nap Nap. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
fHY OUR SPECIAL' REPORTEIt.] : First day— Wednesday, -March 2'4. Jddoe — T. M'Farland, Esq., of Nap Nap. Tub dboyo meeting commenced; to-day under moat favorable circumstances. Tlio new course having been harrowed all round, , proved capital going. Fears were enter tained early in the day of a downfall of rain,, but, luckily for the fair sex, of. whom::there, were a charming bevy, this fear proved groundless. . ? The first race on the programme was the Maiden Plate, for which there were four starters, the. betting being in favor of Dusk 3 yr's., 7s t. 101b., and Caller Ou, 4 yrs.y 8st 91b., getting away to a, fait start. Bravo took the -lead -.with.. Murgah.and.Caller.Ou some few lengths behind, until about half way round, .when Bravo ' cblapsed, and Dusk being distanced, Murgab came away at:the distance from Caller On, and 'won easily by six or seven lengths. Tho rider being Mr John Mackenzie, of Deniliquin. The following event was the Prince of Wales Selling Stakes, for which four...
HAY JOCKEY CLUB MEETING. PATRON: J. J. Phelps, Esq., M.L.A, [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
?I HAY JOCKEY CLUB MEETING. : I PATRON : ' . - J. J. Phelps.-Esq., M.L;A,- I tresident: vice-president: Thomas D'Archy, Esq. Evari Evhns, Esq. ' ^ BTEWARES : Jlessrs R. Edgar, Jos. M'Gaw, Wm. Lang, Wm. M'Kvoy, H. B. Welsh, J. M. Gordon, John, Brewer, C. W. Slmson, T. V. Rudd. . judqb: iiandicapper: Thomas M'Farland. E. T.' Barnard. STARTER : CLEEK OF TUB CQURSB. H.B.Welsh: William Churche.
BALRANALD. March 28th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
. BALRANALD. (FROM oun owif CORUESPOXt-IENT.) ?March 28th, 1875. Another lot of fat cattle left Yanga last week for the Sandhurst market ; last Thurs day, about 210 fat cattle from Jiiaubung passed Yanga, having crossed the river about Nap Nap. Friday, 90 well bred bulls from Victpria crosscd for Mr L. Parker's Kallara station on the Darling. About a hundred head of very fine- fat cattle, lia-ht weights. crossed oil Monday from Paika for Sand hurst. Tho school pic-nic will be held on Tuesday, a, programme of tlie sports I will send next week. Both a doctor 'aiid a sad-' dler has commenced business here, it is to be hoped that they ivill get encouragement to fix them setlers hero, as both branches were mugh wanted, of tho doctor I can speak in the highest' terms, his qualifications are of the best, and it is to be hoped the settlers and ; others 'will make it worth his while to stop. ; ? Tho . essential for developing of any new country is roads, and as almost the whole of that vast ...
MELBOURNE. March 27th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
. -MELBOURNE,. ; , (FJtO.1I OUB Oli'S COltKlSS'FdXDliST.V March 27th, 1875. The only political news that can be-chronicled. for the week is the fact that Mr M'Kcan lias won the electorate of North Gipps Land, and tukes his seat for that consti tuency. Ills majority was equal to the 'votes rcerivc-f~ for both of 'his opponents. We may now expect to hear of news amongst a certain scction oi' the lion, members, for tho lion, gentleman lias the character of being a vol y bellicose Irishman. Punch in a cartoon in its paprcs has depicted the late member, Mr Smyth, sitting with Ins mouth open, and his eyes waiting to see what Providenca will send him — n caricature, which is mora faithful in ils facial lines than in its insinuation, for Mr Smyth is riot tho man to give up his billet in Gipps Lnnd without knowing what he'was to pet in return. We know verv well what is in store for him as soon as his six month's ? retirement have passed, though it may just happen that the present occupants o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
A'ENERAL SERVANT WANTED Ap„ ? - vT ply to Mrs W. L. Smith, Beehive Store, Lachlan-street, Hav. ? 830-76 'jOTPOUNDTJR atBalmnaW on the 23rd March, by j}, . enlOT ot W. Prcamw, Esq., Cnnnally. — fiiojirowu horse, lirnhdcd AB near shoulder, c in circle '' 'in rtlVliouTder, thrca wliite lent;' . ? One chratmit colt , no brands. '? ? On. brown (illy, brandeu like trowel or triangle over J on near shoulder. ? \ 1 - If not released will lie sWd according to tlio Impound ing Act. AlfTIl^It II I SDK, I'DHixIkcojior, FRIff^Y NEXT. MASONlS' HALL. ' GREAT ATTRACTION. ' MADAME VICTORIA, Tho Greatest Lady Gymnast and uDancer of the day, will take a FAREWELIl BENEFIT, as sisted by the following ARTISTES, Mr DAN MURdtAY, , .Irish Comedian, Has consented to appear on tUis occasion, also MR FRED, RICE, Vocalist and OonjecKan, CHARLES LEON, The Miraculous. I JOE RAYNORl Negro Comedian and Dhncer. NiB.— -On this occasion MAI AME VIC TORIA and JOE RAYNOR \ ill appear in their celebrated Double AMEBIOAN ...
By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. Tuesday Evening, 5.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
By Electric Telegraph. (VRQil OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.} . SYDNEY. ? ? ? ? Tuesday Evening, 5:55 p.m. At the Randwiek Races Kingsborough voil the .St, I-edger. Hyperion won -the Champagne Stakes; Diver ran first for the Cumberland Stakes. Valentine carried off the Trial Stakes. Priam won the Doncaster, and Mount the Hurdle Race. Tho weather was threatening. The Easter Holidays were well observed, all business was suspended. The Exhibition promises to be a great ? success, Sir Redmond Barry lias had one of his arms broken by a bilggy accident. Henry Roberts, the hotel-keeper charged with fradulent insolvency, levanted, and for feited his bail. Blood . Stains. — From careful experi ments, Dr Richardson concludes that, since he red blood-globules of the pig, ox, red -i*er, calyliorsc, slioop and goat ' are all so smaller than even the ordinary mini mum-. §iz? of the human . red disc, wo are now iible.'by the aid of high powers of tho micros* ?..ope, and under favourable circumstances, ?'-...
MOSSGIEL. March 26th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 March 1875
| MOSSGIEL. (FROM OUR OWN- CORRESPONDENT.) &nbsp; &nbsp; March 26th, 1875. Deaths have been very frequent in these parts of late, there has been no less than six deaths since shearing. We have just buried a very old colonist, and also a very old resident in Riverina, The deceased, whose name was Thos Kelly, sen, and father of Thos Kelly, a carrier, known all over Riverina. He has been fifty-six years &nbsp; in the colony, and was in his eighty-sixth year when he died. Although he had attained such a ripe old age, he was shearing all through the season at Mossgiel shed. and would shear seventy sheep per day, he has left a &nbsp; large circle of friends and relatives to deplore his loss. In a late issue of your journal I notice that you make some reference to the quagmire between Booligal and the gums, on the main Darling road. I know this sub ject of the roadshas 'been constantly before the public for years past, with no. other result than having. a. s...
DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 April 1875
DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1875. iiay— innrsuay, 4th March ; Friday, 80th July. Balranald— Friday, 12th March ; Friday, 0th August. - Wcnhvorfli— Saturday, 20th March,1 Saturday, 14th' August. ; ? Dcniliquin— Friday, 2Gtli February: Friday. 23rd. July; Friday, 17th December. * Bourke— Thursday, 0th May: Thursday, 4tli Novem ber. ... ? ' ,