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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

/HAY POST OFFICB TIMJJ-TABLE, '? * . ARRIVALS. ? Sunday — 11.30 n.ni. From Eclmca, Demliquic, AVnn.-. Kanelln,' Sydney (via Deniliqum) , Monday— 18 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, AVilcannia. &c. TUesdaj-1— 5 . n.ni.; From. Wagg* Wagga, Narrandcra, : and Sydney, (via Wagga) . ^Wednesday— 11.30 a.mi- ., Itori Hcliucn, l)eai}ii]uiuA and Wnnganella. ; . . Friday— 5 a.m. From Wagg* Wagga, iVarrat(Jtra,aav| Sydney (via Wagga) - - , 11-30 a.m. Ecliuca/Deniiinuin, Wanganfll*. , 3 p.m. BaJ.ranald and Maiiue. ? . 5]-;in. Boolignl, .Wilcnmiin, Darling, &c. :!; ? DEPARTURES. Sunday— 12 a. m. Maude and Bulrauaid. 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcanniu, and Darling. Monday— G p.m. Ecliuca, Denillquin, Wangasrlla. 7 p.m. wagga Waggn, Narrandera, awl Sydney (via WasiraV Wednesday— 0 p.m. , Echuca, Deniliquin,' -W«ng»-, nella, aud Sydney (via Demliquin). v . . ; 12 a.m. Maude iind Balraualii. lp.m. Booligal, Wilcaimia, Darlin(r, &c. ? Friday— 6 p.hu! fichuea, Deiiiliqu...

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LOVE LIVES FOR EVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

? LQVE Livm FfDIf. EVEIt. . ... , j In a dream 1 saw Love gitting . Among a cjroxyd of rqses ; : , And about him light Wiis fiiUing ; Lilte that when sunset closps. And a glittering linrp- lie fingpred,' uiguo us llie uiuuzq U W1I1UW, And liis smile about it lingered, - : A Like moonlight on tlie billow. Near, a maiden tp him listened ' : With eager look and. merry-; .? And long- as thq harp-strings glistened, ' Blushed like a ripening 'cherry. - liove whispcr'd, ' i know each , maiden, . Unto. my harp must listei} ;; ' Fpr aye with roses d'm laderi, ? ? ? . i 1 And diamoud-like 1- glisten. . ? And I, sparkle as a, token ... j(' That inaidensVpy.es. shall never , '? Bi'holtl irie feeble' of broken,1 For; I shall live for ever . S. ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

Masonic Hall. : FRIDAY,\^th APRIL, 1875. Q^RAND Complimentary Benefit tendered MR. CHARLES LEON, Champion Gytanast. Froni'Seats, 2s ; Ba^k do., Is. IMPOUNDEI^S^t Hay on the 9th April, 1875, from ' Ulonga, by l'.K. Patterson, Esq. — Bay mare, small ctaK bang tail, DL near shoulder, stripe in face, lis 3dA. Bay mare, n»ar fore and hind feet white, saddle marked, IR over 2 near shoulder, tIA over 2 off shoulder, : gray bairs in tail, lis 3d. If not released will be sold i\t this Pound at noon, first Thursday fourteen days nlcw beiug advertised in tjw Govt. Gazette. G. Butterwijrth,: Poundkeeper. 3&-und Sale. A FEW veryVuperior Saddle and Draught J\. Horses forNsal.c, on Thursday, loth April, at noon to-morrow. G. BUTTERWOTRH. 84:9-77 V, Auctioneer. Preliminary Adver tisement. GEORGE BUt\eRWORTH has been favoured with Ninstruetions ? from Dr. Peers, who is leaving uhe colony, to sell on an early, (late the Wnole of his valuable Household Furniture and llJfFects. 852-77, Importan...

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MODERN SPIRITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

MODERN. SPIRITUALISM. 1 . New Yoi k Jleml'd, Jan; . 13tli. ; Demosoloqy has, indeed, from the earliest epochs of. history, occupied a place in human. 'thoughV and inquiry, but .tha, facts' upon 'which it'rests' have ' bebri too summarily dis missed from rigid scientific investigation. During his magnificent /experimental re searches in the Royal Institution the illus trious philosopher, Michael Faraday, sub jected some -of these spiritualistic claims. to a crucial test. In the celebrated table-turning experiment- Faraday fojiud that when; a slveet of paper wjis superimposed the table failed to move, and very confidently, concluded that rotatory impulse was;uueonsciously communi cated by the votaries of the supernatural. But his solution of the phenomenon did not satisfy ' spiritualists.; who contended tliat'the' necessary Conditions were, in that case;' simply' marred.i 'Thby scorned the scientific i infer ence that; animal 'magnetism, could j explain the facts which had come under'...

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THE MAGPIES AND THE MARROW BONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

THE MAGPIES AND I'HE If ARROW ' '? ' BONE. ? QSvo magpies on a churchyard stone ';i I Wer,e,wraijgjiiig o'er a marrow bone; ... The. question this—not whose it was, ... ??? As in an interpleader cause — ' But how, ~aud! that involved much doubt, ~ lo.ge.t the latent marrow out. . v' . . When clear' d that, point, the precious matter Might be the subject of mora' clatter; ; ? . While I attentive at the gate \ Listen'd to this astute debate, ; A. clodpplo'chanee&ta.sfluntgr'by, |iA ? Who view'd the strife witli evil eyo,. ' , ^Vent for a gun with pace not slack, , And with it not less quick came back, . But found the birds had ;left. the bonev. : ^ . Xnd tiience-: without the' marrow flown ; And s'afe beyond the rustic's 1-ehch. ?? Had perch'd on a wide-spreadingbcoch, ? 'ty'tani they prolonged their'hpt.contention/ ; Ajid_ language used not fit-to men lion. .Mora! of course tjicre is, profpund, Ay-)i(J all brawls on holy ground ; Anptber leskm'm'ay be this, -? '? 1 ?'?-'! Sti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

Australian Joint Stock !^ank. : BAjn&MQBt Deposits regeiyed V current Accounts, Interest nlloiyod on Fixed Deposits at Cijrr.e^t Bat^u, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, and all othqr BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted, . The Bar)k issues Drafts and Letters o,f Credit. upoij its' \iarious Branches and Agen cies throughout . NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ' . ? TASMANIA. ' ? 'Aud , NEW ZEALAND. Also upon u)\ tho Ji-incipal Towns in the United ? King'VoW. , ? James macgregor, . , ? Manager. SASR OF NEW SOUTH W4,itS, Capital, £1,000,000. ' . Hemjuve i'CND, £368,383 6a. 83.. ! HAY 33 R A- N C II. T\FrPOSITS Beooivetl on Current Aceonnt, Interest a! JJ lowed on Fisod-Doposits, (it Kates which may bo asv cortained at the office. Bills Disowmtod, Cash Credits grantod, A(Jynnces mado' upon approved security, aud ftll other usual BANKING BUSINESS transa«^te4. Tho Bank issuos Drafts and . Letters of Credit upon Jts various bra^ohesj...

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MELBOURNE. April 10, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

MELBOURNE. (l-KOM OUR' OWN CORRESPONDENT.). i . . ? April 10, 1875. It has been.nually arranged that Parliament shall as-, sem blc for despatch of .business on 25 th May.ncxt, not- a,: . moment too soon for tbe interests of the coluny, and ea pccially for tlio Treasurer's credit. The tariff will under go a new 'manipulation at th* hands of the Ministry, in the shape of removing the duties from tca^ and sugar/ the necessaries of every family, and the imposition of ' such duties on the luxuries of the wealthy classes. It ' seems to.be au.underatood mntter that carriages, raco. honses, aud. coursing- dogs, jis .well as real estate shall bear a share of the tayea neqessarv to be levied In order to support tlie Gpvernmcnb, and maintain tin? crodit/of'* the colony. Fan onoein-tlio Jife-of the Ministry their- . policy in tiiis matter has the approbation of the leading journal, aud soXar aa cau be seen at present, there will not be .mueh-jobjection to the tax thus to be levied. It must not ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

Tub case of Joachim V, O'Shanassy has beeo before the Legislative Assembly on a notice by Mr. Buchanan, Member for the Westeru Goldfields, amended by Mr. Garrett, Minisr ter for Lands, to : the effect that the House f.esolve itself into a committee of the whole to consider aij address to the Governor' to cause a sum of £300 to be placed on the estimates to enable the Crown to be reprer seated in the defendant's appeal, to the Privy Council on selection by minors. A debate ensued, when the motion was made, that was marked by mnch emphasis and acerbity, .especially on tlie part of tjje mover and Mr. Fitzpatrick, the member for the Yass Plains. The hitter named gentleman- characterized the motion as ' the most- extraordinary pro posal that had ever been submitted to the House and ' the ijiost dangerous innova tion that had ever been made in the House.' Language such as this, very naturally moused the irascible temper of Ml'. Buchanan, and lie retorted by charging Mr, Fitzpatrick with a...

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SYDNEY. 9th April, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.') OtU April. 1875. The most absorbing topic of the week is the Seventh Metropolitan Intercolonial Exhibition, which was opened by Sir Herculos Bobinson at noon on Tuesday. This exhibition is no exception' to tlie rule that every year the arrangements- are more complete, anil that on the whole the nunual display of material wealth, aud of the fruits.of industry,' invention, and nrf proves the bene-, fit of experience in such matters. Critics who are deter mined to disparage : the afliiir, can point to some depart ments m whioh this exhibition falls behind those of for mer years.. 'But the falling .off in some particulars is more than compensated by tbe increase in others,. The Horticultural Show is not equal to that of last year. Of agricultural produco^tbere is still but a scanty show, considering thn capabilities of the colony. Of sheep long the chief wealth of New South. Wales, arid;nowin the view of many still superior to gold, we never had an...

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HILLSTON JOCKEY CLUB RACES. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. 8th and 9th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

HILLSTON JOCKEY CLUB BACES, Thursday and Friday. 8th and Dth Aniirr.. Stewards: Messrs W. Tomklns, L. G. Wright, A. Cummings, W. Martin, V. Kenyon, H.-B. Walsh', B. G. Casey, W. Louglihan. . . . Judge: Mr G. C. toughnan. ' Handicapper: Mr W. Tomkins. Clerk of the Course: Mr John Caldwell, ? Starter : Mr W. Loughuan. ?' .. , OY OUn Sl'ECIAL llEl'OnTER. ? . 1'IRST DAY. . The firdt annual raccs are now over, and ii rcstrospeb tive glance at them ]#sents little that is not gratifying, except tho liandicaijinflon the big race, the Hiilaton Handicap, lbr whiclrten'riominations had been made, only two coming to thd fin, After Dark and Dusk, both holongiug to «no owncr.^Sfter Dark was only weighted with 8st 121b, whilst SilveHall and Caller Ou, both' Hay horses, would have had'to carry 8st 81b and 8st 21b, nnd the remaining nnveu fnfm 7at 101b downwards. ? To havo drawn a reasonable number of horses for tho beat prize, and made those raccs really attractive to spectators': the crack horse s...

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. April 13th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

By Electric Telegraph, . (I'ltofl OUIl OWN COIUtKSl'ONDENT. V SYDNEY. April I3th, 1875. A sewerage .commissioner is appointed for the: Gitv of Sydney. . ...... Grent alarm continues at the influx of Chinese into Queensland, five thousand have arrived, and teq, thou sand Impro arowaiting shipment, Indignation ineetinRB *' arc being-held. ' ? . Tlio Whumpoa-hos arrived ia Melbourne. ' and sails to-morrow., ? ? A coining plant has been discovered in Pentridge PriV son, Melbourne. : - . .. Mr Thackery, of Maitlimd, delivered nn ' exciting lec ture there It\at night. E^lijbitlon. sale was very successful. ' The New York Times states that a ni'iiuljpr of bets were maile that the bids for pews in Plymouth (Mr. Bcecbpr's), Church would fall off this year ; lipt, on the contrary, they have risen. The fixed valuations amount-. Cd in thp wholo to 1?,8S(I, dollars ; hut the premiums' bid, ior choice reached 58.005 dollars, making the total ro-! venue 71,105. The first choice of all sold for.400...

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MOSSGIEL. April 10th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

. MOSSGIEL. . ? (FROM OUR OIVN CORRESPONDENT.) ? ? Anril 10th. 1875. It: is butter to be born lucky than rich, is a very old' saying, such too were my thoughts os T sat upon the horsewalK of thn well at the Jump-up Sand-hill, one day last week; I cannot say that the former owners of this well \vere born rlijh, hut I think they were born lucky to getsuchadelapldatedpieceofwork off their hands, more especially when they made such- a good thing of it. It is about four. years 'since our ..Government purchased mis wen, ii was oougiic ior tne. purpose ol watering tra velling stock, and- for tho accommodation of teamsters nnd others using the road. Vet I do not think that since the Government became the owners , that any, living thing, excepting bulllfrogs has ever got a drink out of the well, even they are always in danger of getting their heads broken with the rotten timber falling down the shaft; If it should happen that any travelling stock should come by way of this well, those in cha...

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THE HAY RACE COURSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

THE Hay RACE COURSE. ? TO THE K II ITn It ril! Till? l.Twr,,,-.. ? ? Sin.--Tho Ifoy races aro now- over, and luckily na. accidents. -I happened ta be passing tho Hay nice course this morning, and noticing the nice newly painted posts, an idea, struck me that that might be a spot for future meetings. We all know the number of serious and . latal accidents caused by. horses running against the posts, now, t think, Mr Editor, if these posts were cut ott and fastened with a hlngc.on one side, of course on the- opposite side to that on which tho horses run, and a, spring on the other side sufficient to hold tjie post, but not sufficient to stand against auy serious pressure ,' tho serious nature ot these accidents might bo in a great measure avoided, in fact, only, unless , the rider's kneo was struck, it would do little more than throw the horse out of his stride. If, Mr Editor, you think this sugn pstion of any use, you will perhaps kindly- insert it: * have tfrc hoivor to remain, your...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

is.plibllahed overy iWedncsday, at Hay^ Murrurabidgce. itiver, 'N.S.W. - Subscription: £1 per annum;, or' 59^ per quarter, payable in advaiiee. . Charges for Aclvertising— ? For oho insertiou 3d.- per liuo ofspaee. For every Insertion after tho tlrat 2dl ditto. Births. Mnn'lages, and Deaths, 2s: Od.^aeh. Specially 'favourable rntes l'or standing advertise-. _ moiitf; and for such 83 aro largely displayed. j Printed arid ' published by Ihi) sole proprietor,' JpiiK j Andrew, at Tho Hiverinn Grazier Oflice, Bauk-i street, Hay, in tlio' colony of New tfouth Wales,

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BALRANALD. April 8th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

? BALRANAI.n. - ' (PUOM OUU OWN CORRESPONDENT.)' . ' ' . ? ' ? April 8th. 1875. Ma ^isney crosses teu thousand sheep for tlie Dar-' ling to-morrow. Two hundred and fortvfat cattlo lelt Yifuga for Sandhurst a few days ag q. Timber Is coming In fast for |)iu wy);)fs of !ho the {iivgivss ot which Mr. Pfiilbeh hai. comc to ? inspect; there Are a great mapy hands employed, so mast of it ouglkt to ba, completed' beforo. tho rivor rises. Tho Bomap, Catholic Clinrch ia also going on steadily, though not fast, The long talked of parsonago seein' to havo died a natural death, which is unfortunate, as there arc no lioupes to bo had fit for the residence of.a clergyman in- this town, es pecially if ho is a married man. . Tlie herdsman who hroKe lijs leg some. time, sinpe, is getting about on crutches, the sotting seems to have been a good one, and shortly he will be able to resume his duties. ' Dr. Gibson seems to havo n. good few cases on hand, most of them accidents. Were.# surveyor sont here...

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STOCK REPORT. The Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, April 14, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

STOCK REPORT. The Riverine Wcjlnpsdoy, April 14, 1875. V/}i I'nyp to recojlil another wqek of fino dry wofttiiiu-. Saturday was dull,' sue}' a slight siin\ye» of rain fell in. the night, but the clouds cleared away without' the wished for fall. . We hear that'Thorp is a dejirq to resuscitate the Hay Pastoral Shpw, wo ' jiopq ihe.desirq will' be r.ealiaed. 5247 fat sheep left Clare oil tlie Si'd. instant for Vic toria via Booligal aij'l Hay. 4000 ewe lioc gets also left samu station, 8th instant, for Messrs Moleswor.th and Oo.'s, .Cowl Cowl station. Mr Jenkins' 3000 sbeep, from Gelam for Nansjus, in charge f)f Mr Thomas Hart, passed through Hay Common yester day. Our Hillstoii correspondent reports, 10th October.' — 10,000 stud ewes belonging to Hope and Scott, passed Hillston ' ou the the iro'i'tii side^ going towards the 'Bogan, in charge of O. N. Henderson. They are a cap) nil lot, and had they been in tho market would have brought a good figure, such a stomp are wanted on tjjo Lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

? WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding', Insurance, and . /GENERAL AGENT. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented, THE OLDEST SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. i 08' vJk f B 1 s | Mfjl oA o 3 ? 8 ® ' - ' F I - WILLIAM 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 are of th BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskin Saddles made to order Cfents Town ami Hunting Saddles, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. V '.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 liiin, in a style and manner not, to be surpassed in the colonies. In,t.l-c HARNESS DEPARTMENT will be found single and double Buggy Harness, -jarriage, Waggonette, and Dray Harness, all of the very best material. ; ' Waggonettes covered and tri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

(3n tljq ^tl\ jnst., tit' her'father'q rtjsidqncp, ^prjngv(\ie, Me'riangle, tl^e wife of T. ^ lludd, of t^'son. ' 1

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 7th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 April 1875

' MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. . Wednesday, April 7tb, 1875. T/:i Cattle, y.'ir.lei!. At the opening a decline jif Ills to 15s was experienced, but prices rose towards the close. Quotations ranged from £7 to £1U. The only Riverine cattle sold were 211), Jfr Henry Gwynne's froiij Wer% bullocks averaged £8 }s 8d, coyys £055. ' I Fat Shcap, 10,700 penned. The few prime forward I cold readily at an advance on last quotations. Modium dull at a decline. Several lots were turijed out unsold, prices quoted: wethers from 7s to 14s, and to 18s ior crossbreds; e\yes from 5s to 03, crssobreds to 12s Od. Riverine sales werel,l!00 Murrumbidge wethers at 14s. 7110 ewes, Mr McPnrlandi 1,754 ewes and wethers, Slessrs Officer Bros., Murray Downs, 2,200 ewes, Mr Joseph .MacdonaM's from Kilfera, i)t 8s, 1,512 lyethers i Mr V. L. Parker's from Qi|iamoqg. j Mel'boubse Wool iMARKET.-^Mes.?rs Hastings Cuniugham and Ro. report, April 7th, 1875: — IFooZ.-V Since.our ;lasf veport wc hnsc received seyerijl lots int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 April 1875

Is published every Wednesday, nt Hay, Murrumbidgco Rlvor.-N.S.W. Subscription: £1 per annum;; or 5s, ? ipiTqunrter, payable In advance. ??? .I''-'1 Clmi-ges for Advertising-^- ' ''.' For ono Insertion 3d.' ijier line of space; . . -.''.' ? ' ? ? For- every insertion after the first 2d.. ditto. :. '?' Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s. (id. each, Spenially favourablo rates for standing ndyertise.. incuts, and for such as hi-o largely displayed. Printed and published by tho solo proprietor, John Andhew, at Tho Jlweruio Grazier Ofllce, Bunk -'. street. I-lny.-in ?'? ' ????'? New South Wales.

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