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HAY SHIPPING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
HAY SHIPPING. ? f BY ELECTRIC TEr.RORAPir.l May 25th,— Steamers Corrong and Hero passed Balranald from Echnca to Hay. May 25th. — — Steamer Riverina passed Bal ranald from Echuca to Hny. The Murrumbidgee river at Hay is 'lift 2in over summer level ; at Wagga, on Fri day, it was 8ft 9in falling, and same day at Gundagai it was. 5ft 9in. The .Darling river was rising at Bourke and Wilcannia ?when last mail left.
THE MOAMA AND DENILIQUIN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
TlHS Moama and Deniliquih Railway. | , ' &WJii)tlioi' the final accomplishment of tho Vork Df constructing the railway from Moama to Deniliquin, will contribute to tlio ? advan tage of .the commercial interests of Echuca, ? ;it is not at present necessary to consider. Tho' works aro at length, it may ho said, : fairly under weigh, . . .' . \Vo may state that the directors have not vet made any definite arrangements as to tlie adoption of the guage to bo used — that at present ill usq in Victoria, ' or tlio gunge of the New South Wales railways. The whole extent of . the line, of about forty-seven miles in length, : , will; be constructed at a cost of something lilco .. -£150, 000, or «£1GO,000, including1 rolling stock, &c. The works will bo commenoetl at ?tho Moama end of tho line in the course of a Vfejv weeks, tlio preliminary work of clearing jind fencing being tho , first to be proceeded . with. - The whole of tho work- of construc ?tiqn'will bo undertaken by th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
Notice of Removal. A. RAPHAEL, i Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Optician. . BEGS to announce that lie has removed to the promises lately occupied by, tho Mount Hope Copper Mining Company, and next ;to Mr T. E. Blowett's Store, whore an early in . spection of his well-selected Stock of ; WATCHES & JEWELLERY Is invited. Repairs carefully and promptly executed at. ' moderate charges. TO SQUATTERS, FREE SELECTORS AND ?, OTHERS. . ( H E N R Y G EYER, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, ENGINEER, AND GENERAL MECHANICIAN, LACHLAN-STREET, HAY. HENRY GEYER begs to inform tho public that ho is prepared to undertake I the erection of Wool Presses, Pumps (hydraulic or other), Windmills, &c. H. G. having had 25 years practice as an Engineer, will inspect the placo make plans for ercction of auy of above nnmed, and will contract for the same, guaranteeing all / work that may be intrnstod to him to complete. J Testimonials of efficiency from — David Power, Esq., Mt; Gambier, South Australia. , Messrs...
WAGNER AND THE MUSIC OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
-WAGNER AND THE MUSIC OF THE PDTURE. The music of the future' is so intimately counected with tlio name of Richard Warper, rind his with his royal patron the. reigning monarch of Bavaria that Wag . nor and Munich can hardly be separated. And certainly the city cannot be left without at least a word of him who confers so much celebrity upon it. It is to us a mat ter of no small regret that we had no opportunity of hearing any one ol his operas. This was not owing to any want of popularity on his part, but to the circum stance that our visit to Germany being in the outof t/iwii months ol July and August, we found every opera house except the oue at Berlin closed. This changed tbe character, if not the quantity of music within our reach, and prevcuted us frem hearing any complete work by Wagner. A disadvantage this which tells perhaps more against a composer than against any other, at least of a dillerent school. That Wagner's music is popular and that it is growing in popularity is ob...
By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. Tuesday, May 25th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
v ' ,By Electric Telegraph. ; (I'P.OH OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney. ; Tuesday, May 25th. The Queen's Birthday, ycsterday,was cele brated by a review, sports, levee, etc, and ?torchlight procession at night. 'Prodigious won the Victoria^ National ? Steeplechase. -. Laycock lieat Rush easily at Grafton. Mr John Robertson, the Premier, is ill, but not seriously. Torres Straits steamer has arrived with . jtlio Governor of Fiji and suite. A man named Thatchell was charged this juorning with the murder of a native woman . .at Tanna; : Religious disturbances have occurred at Belgium ; the populace stoned the pilgrims. Weather beautiful.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
MUNICIPALITY OF HAY. NOTICE. ? ' THE residences of tho undermentioned owners of pro perty within the Municipality not being known, said owners are hereby informed' that an assessment of property has been made for the year 1875-13, and a rate struck of Is in the £, on assessed rental, and Is in the £, on 5 pel- cent, of the capital value of unimproved property, which with the arrears due thereon, were pay able on and after the FIRST DAY of APRIL, 1875. Abbreviations: — s, section; por, portion; a, acre; p, perches ; r, rood. Archer Joseph, George-street, s 37, por 7-8, 2r ea, & 7(1 Clark Chasv, Church-street, s 15, allots 3-5, '.'r ea, 3r fid Cuningham M. W., Moama and Paliner-streets, south Hay, s 10, por 12, la, 2s Od Cunningham E., Moama and Flood-streets, s 9, allots 7-8, la'ea, Same,Mojmin and Nailor-streets, s 9, allots 12,1a Same, Cadell-strcet, north Ilay, s 15, allots 0, ~r Same, Bagot-street, allot 54, 3a lr Op,- total 17s (id Conn Jas., Church-street, s 8, allots 7...
IMPROVIDENT HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
IMPROVIDENT HABITS. . mtOM THE SOCIAL REVIEW.) .. Ono- pf the greatest ' characteristics i ot . tow)i life ijt the present time is tlie alarming predominance ®f' improvident habits. Look ? r tvhero W(v will, tho fact constantly appears.. ? -???'The- spirit of extravagance has set in:; ? no clflssj in society is altogether exempt from it ; and very few individuals' regard it. '' 'witli unfavourable eyes. Upon the abstract; ' -argument, that every' man ought, ' to live within hip mpans, there is tolerable un ah ir. . .'nvityj; l)ut: immediately the proposition is re duced to its practical application the general prmciplo 'is discu/-dcd, and each individual treats his own case as exceptional, and as governed by special .otrcujnstanaos. The result, as might bo anticipated, is far from . being satisfactory, Social barriers arc being broken down find destroyed, not for tho puiv ? pose of abolishing class distinctions and treating all as members of ono great and homogeneous coiiimimiiy, bu...
SYDNEY. 21st May, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
SYDNEY.' (FItOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) mi 21st May, 3875. greac,event oi tne weeK lias ueeu the departure of the ' Chevert' for New Guinea. On Tuesday afternoon this vessel left Port Jackson, under the command of Captain Edwards, having on board Mr William Maelcay. the originator and leader of the scientific expedition. Captain Onslow, M.L.A.. Dr Terry, aud Messrs Masters Brazier, and Pettard, naturalists, and Taxifdermists ? \\ illiams, first mate. Cashman, second mate, Hargraves, engineer, also a cook, two stewards, cuddy servant, two gardeners, three European seamen and eight natives of lvotumah, with tho captain's son, making in all thirty persons. The Chevert is a barque of 314 tons, built iu 1800 tor a French war vessel. Thus through the honor able ambition of Mr Macleav to advance thn infmvict-c science, nnd of his country. New South Wales has taken the lead of Australia in sondingout the first scientificex pedition to a country beyoud sens, and which couutry un doubtedly ab...
HILLSTON. May 22nd, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
HILLSTON. (from our own correspondent.). May 22nd, 1875. A petition is being prepared to be for warded to the Postmaster-General, praying that .a Government mail be run between Hill ston and Bourke. The route projected and the distances show it preferable to the pre sent one. The route is from Hillston to Roto ... ... 25 miles lloto to Merri Merrowa ... 40 „ Merri Mtirrowa to Gilgunia... .35 „ Gilgunnia to Priory... ... 32 „ Priory to Cobar ... ... 40 „ Cubar to Bourke ' ... ... 120 „ ? ^ ~ .. 292 miles. The mail running at present to Piiory and station^ intervening is a. private one, and costs c£180 per annum. Last year upwards ot 50,000 sheep came by this: route from Bourko to Hillston for the southern markets.. If the memorial proves successful, a coacli will he started forthwith. This will bring Hay within 377 miles of Bourke. Hillston to Hay wa-Gmihar being equal to about 85 miles. Although Her Majesty's natal day has nigh Tomcj the poor blacks are still without their annual do...
MELBOURNE. May 22, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 May 1875
MELBOURNE. (PROM OUIl OWN COlUtUSPONDUNT.). ? Mav 12. 187.-K ihZtv I VJ 5 v.60'00 at Ararat, will surely, cause the Jricnds ofEducation, Unseetarian and Five, to consi der the folly of their ways, and unite' to Uphold their, sy stem against the combined forces of Bishop Goold and his clergy. It is marvellous what power thp priesthood ?he SSZ-T U;? f and ^ of tIie Jaitjv and how' aJIow 1 Jjcmselves to be driven as sheep to the. oftlSSi^ni,? Pi whp'is the chosen one ol I thui tpuitual advisers. Ihe influence exercised by Mes srs Gmnt and Clark added to the potential efforts tne cnurcn has secured the return of Mr Gaunson as member for Ararat hy a majority of 127 over the Free Mr Bev^rlrf ^ Hu^' Dr* Girdlestone and it-?n J ?neve.p a cl^Dce in tlie contest retired before the dav ol polling:, Gntinson would notnow lie n member^if our Colonial at. Stephens. Jt was na . ? 7 'nt 'o tnke 'a interest ia the success of hia biotlier-m-law, but ho sacrificed honor in his. active rnnlifVnT l ,t0 ...
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 June 1875
HAY POST OFFICE. TIME-TABLE. AHKIVALS. faundny— 11.30 a.m. From l'-chiidi, Benuiiium, wau praneila, Sydney (via Dcniiiquin) Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, 'VVilcannia, &c. - Tuesday—f) a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narrandcra, aud fcydney (via Wagga) Wednesday— 11.30 ajn. trom Echuca, DcmliquiQ, and Wanganella. ? 1 ?. .: ?: . , ;- Friday— 5 a.m. From Wagga Wnggir, Narrandera, ami Sjtlney (via Wagga) 11'30 a.m. Ecliuea, Deniliquin, Wanganelln. ' 3 p.m. : Bairnnnld and Maude. 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &c. DEPAllTUKES. Sunday — 12 a. m. Maude and Balranald. - I, p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Barling. Monday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wangaiclla. 7 p.m. Wagga. Wagga, Navrandcra,' and' Sydney (via Wagga). ? , : ' . . .Wednesday^O p.m. Echuca, : Deniliquin; Wanga nella, and Sydney (via Deniliqiiin). 12 a.m. Maade and Balrariald. ? : ' ? - 1 p.m; Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &c. ' .. Friday— 6 p.m.' . Echuca, Deniliquin, Wangane...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 June 1875
, , OFFICE CALEKDEE FOR 1875: , : ; S M T |ff T F S ' ' ' Shi T W T F S Jas.'- .' ? I-. .. 1 2 j UI.Y. ... .... ..123 , 3 4 5 C 7 8 9 '4 5 6 7 8 010 : 1011 12il3 1415 1C ? 11121314151617 ; 17 18 10,20 21 22 23 . 18 IB 20 21 22 23 24, . 2420215272829 30.,. 2520 27 28 29 30 31,. 31............ ' Aug- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ' l?£Dv. .. 1 2 3 4 5 C ? 8 MO 11 12 18 14 ' : 7 8 9 101112 13 1510 171819 20 21 . 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 - 22 23 24 25 20 27 2& 21 2212324 25 26 27 1 ' 2930 31 .. ' ? ' H 28 .:. .. .:. .;.... : Sept. ... wt 1 2 3 4 ' .. 1 2 ,3 ;4 5 C .5 6 7 8 91011 . .MAS.'. -7 8 910111213 '12 13 14 15 1617 1&' 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 ' 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 ' , ; 21 2223 2425 2627 ! , . 20 27 28 29 30 .. , ,. 28 29 3031 ..:,..;. Oct—.i... ? 1 2 . Apit... .. :: ;'. .; ,1 ' 2 .3 ?'???:'? 3 4 5 0 7 8 D' ? ??'?' 4 -5 0 .7' 8 9 30 ' 10111213141518 ' i - , 11 1213114 1510 17 , : - 171819 20 21 22 23:: I. : ? .,1810 20 2122,23 24 . . 2425 26 27 28 2930 i ' 25 20 27 28 29.30 .. '' ''*? '...
CURE FOR DIPHTHERIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 June 1875
' CURE FOB- DIPHTHERIA. ? ? '1 ' A friend sends' us - the foltowing. for piibli-' catiori/ and suggests that tlie ; medicines - be procured in powder and lcept- at hand ; tlie water to-, make a niixture being;atlded when required. -. . The- recipe, we,inay:-;statc, is ;that of an' elderly ihedical gentlema'i) - of-' 'good standing, and the prevalence of the disease lately wUl' cause 'it to' bo' Irehd With' interest, i and, if ! the advice bo'iicted'uponjimay. be tho mc'aris-'of..'savitig.:life.--'' al-'n .r.if 1 From tho -Ballariit - correspondejit of- the Pleasant Creek -News rI!'promised ; a :ifeSv days asro tpvgivp,.the*^ciws.jeaders^(rmp..''fo^v particHlars'reSpefcting-'a treatment 'for th'e-fcll scourgc diphtheria, whioh-has proved singu larly successful iri Ballarat. 'Tho medicine, is not new, and tho treatment is as , old , as the hills, but 'still, by. .tlieiri, hundreds of children have been: snatched from the jaws of death, and- therefore it seems to me that the matter is ...
THE CREATION AND FALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 June 1875
THE CREATION AIsD FALL. ' George ?.?Smith, who recently made im portant- disooveries relating-to tlie book of Genesis,, amoiig* sompKrrarDark^ble ft'exts in tlie ,Chal3eaii colleciipn' presented '.to jtlie. British , Musiiem, in 'the! Ltaibj Telcgraphj I again brings the. . siibjiic't; befo'vfe; the public.; ' In_my lecture on the Ghaldonn Account 1 of tho Deluge, whioh ijdeiiveredi; on Decem ber 3rd, 1872/ I stated my conviction that . all ' the j earlier, narratives of- Genesis tvould' rocoivo new' light from : the inscriptions so i ' long ' buried . in the Chaldean' and Assyrian inonnds ; but I little thought at 'that time ? that 'I was so near to fiudiing most of them. -'f'My loctnre, fls - yoiir readers .know, was soon followed by the proposal of ; your : pro-' prietoraj and - the' organizing of the Daily Telegraph 'expedition to Assyria. When excavating at Kouyurijik ^ ' during ' that ex pedition, I 'disqb.vcreil tho missing portion of the firs£ cblnmri' of ' the'* Deluge tabl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 June 1875
l ' ' Bronchitis, ' Diphtheria, Colds,. , Coughs,; and ail Derangements. '. of the Throat and Chest. All Bufforers from coughs, colda, bronciitla- - aud irrcjjular nciion of th& oroi caruu.vtly reconnnoudwX to rub Hollo\ra»y*B ing Ointment well over tho throut, - treoat, tuid back, tbo case niuy jt«quiro, tvico adtvy. Thl»^' Oiutmoat is tbo mo«t itiicucioua remedy for aU. mtcruul und oxtcraal niltuouts) of tho-llizoat. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts,. Oleera, Abscesses, Wounds, and, So.rea of all kinds ' ; May bo thoroughly healed by tho applicallon of thiiOintJueut 10 tiiojiuvifi uirocttd, aftor thoy havo' ? bcoA duly loiucnio.l with vtnm water, under Uio a tiun 0/ Ibis powwful Oiutrnent, ftidod by ; tho 1'iU-t, all depraved humours 'will bo quickly romttvod irota tho body ; i-ven tscrofalous ulcei-a. aiid.t'oul isyrci, however old or inveterutc- caa thus. ? . bo cuied. , . ' 'la! Gout, .-Eheiunatigxa, and, , Heuralgic Pains ' This Clntmont nevc-- fails to givo Its very fir:-. uiipH...
"M. QUAD" ON SKATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 June 1875
M . QUAD' ON SKATES. ' j 'i ou see, ' said: my friend 'Reglet, . as he cut'a ';pigeon'sTwipg ' '.oiij.the glassy sur face at the rink, went off 'on one foot aud came circling around on- the otherrrr' you see, it is an exercise which brings all the muscles into play and ,must' .bo' healthy. / In fact, Dio Lewis;says it is, better than riding on horse liaclc!' — It looked so easy and so nice that I winked at the: boy who, had. skates to. lend, antl no came over. ' J liat s right,. old :boy ! called Reglet, . iis . he . sailed around with a handsome ;girL ori : each ann, . and a lovely blonde h'ahging to his coat'-tails — ' I'll bet a hundred dollars that you?ll learn: all the flourishes, within- an ?, hour.' I was highly gratified at':' this : e'xpressiori- of confidence in my ability, and I, kept hurrying up the boy as liu.fasten'ed on ,the' skates., :. .The impudent sauce-box said I had better strap a pillow on tlie back.of hiy h ead before1 1 started out, but I passed tho insinuati...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 June 1875
',,i ' BIRTH. ' !j i / Tojikins. — On the 6th May, at South Met* -. rowie, the wifo of William 'Tomkina ;pf a daughter. deaths';''1'' Toiikins. — On-tho-17th.May, at South Mer-. rowie, George Fredpriclc, only - son, aged, one year and eleven' 'months', and on the 19th Isabella,, aged three years and nine months/ -./dearly bclo,v'ed,X;hildi'M 'of Wil liam and Margaret. .Tomkina, Deeply rc ! grotted., : , , : ; 035 . ] GniMi.EV.r^r At, Waddai, Low or Murrumbid goe, on the 23rd May, tho beloved wife of lid ward- .Grimley, at ,tlie ago .of 33, rleav , ing lior husband and' six childr.cn to lament t.heir.loSS;..;'!
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 2 June 1875
: Joiiit Bai^. HAY~ BRM0H. 'DEPOSITS 'RECEIVED: on Current 1/ Accounts, .Interest allowed on- Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits 'Granted, Loans Negotiated, and all' 'other -BANKING-' 'BUSINESS- promptly Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts nnd Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and' Agen cies throughout, NEW SOUTH WALES, - ?- ' .' VICTORIA, . ; : QUEENSLAND, ' . SOUTH AUSTRALIA, .. .. TASMANIA, . '? AKt) . , ? ?; . . NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the, Principal Towns in flic United Kingdom. ' JAMES MACGREGOR, , Manager. B'A U K OF RIW: - SOUTH WALES CAriTAT., v£l,000,000. ' ' Rbseiive' Fund, £393,333 Ga. 8d.. ? II A Y ' BRA NO H. T\EPOSITS. Rocnivcd on Cnvront Account, Interest nl iJ lowed on Fixed Doposlts, nt UiUcb which may bo us ccrtai.uod at tho oftico. Uilia Discountod, Cu»h' Credits granted, Advancoa mado' upon ftpprovcd'HCCiirity, and all other usual BANKING BUSINESS transaittod. Tho Banlt, insucs Drafts and Loiters of Credit upon its variou...