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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 December 1873
. PRESENTATION,' ... ???' A number of gentlemen njet at Mr. Cox's Caledonian Hotel, oii Friday night, to witnqsf!'' the' presentation of: a gold watch' to Mr. Lindsay, of the finn' of Elliptt and Lindsay,: tlie ndw brewers qf; Hay. ' The Mayor (Praidyjolmii,.. Esq.), said that an old and rosnootcd friend. Mr. Cameron, of Demliquin, had sent him a letter as follows Dear Sir,— I send' & parcel to, you by, ?to- night's ' coiicli, it ; contains '. a gold watch for Mr. Lindsay, your new bro\yer. It was sub scribed for by a few friends af his as a token qf their esteem for liitn, and wo much regret tlifit it was not worth twice as much. While Mr. Lindsay lived amongst iis' he' gained the respect and esteem of all thpse jthat hp 1 caine, in contact with ; he was just ami honourable in his husinoss transactions, and tis a citizen, lie was faultless. '...We, send. it to -yoii, .being, the Mayor, arid the most prominent and' 5ii}tabie man, to, do honour. to the occasion. His Worship s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 December 1873
SATURDAY, 27th DECEMBER.. ]\,fR. II. B WELSJI has received, ingtruc ilJL tions to sell by '''auction, -on. SATUR DAY, 27th December, at 2: o'clock,, on the premises lately occupied by Mr. B. V. Blake,' in Simpson Street, Hay. W VERY SUPERIOR AND QUITE NEW LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FUR NITURE, all purchased ' within the last ? four months, consisting of ? . Y ,;':! IN SITTING-ROOM . . . Horse-hair ' Couch, Piano in walnut by Erard,. H 4 Cl.ieffonecrs, Tables, Fender and Fire j irons, 8-day Clock, Pier Glass, Oil Cloth, i Cane .Chairs, Carpets, Kerosene Lamps, j Glassware,, &c. | IN BEDROOMS' Double and Single Iron -.Bedsteads, with ; bedding all complete, Toilet-Sets complete, ., three Chests of Drawers, three Couches, -Chairs, Verandah Curtains, &cJ ' ? ( : IN KITCHEN, Meat Safe, Wire Dish Covers, lot .of Crockery, Kettles, Gridirons, Cutlery, Shovels, Axes, Furniture, und the usual kitclicn requisites. -N.B. — The whole of the above are of the best-, description having been ...
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 December 1873
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. arrivals. 'A Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Denili quin, Wanganell, Sydney (via Deniliquin)' Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude and Bal ranald. .5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. luesday— 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, 'Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ' Wednesday — 1 1,30 a.m. From Ecliuca, De niliquin, and Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga Naran ? dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ; 11 L30a.ni. lichuea, Deniliquin, and Wan ganella $ p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia and Darling departures: Son day — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandcra, and Sydney (via Wagga) 'Wedriessduy — Gp.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, ..Wanganella and Sydney (via D'quin) 12 xm. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia Darling, &c. Jfnaay— b p.m. Jichuca, Demhquui, Wan ganella , , 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Box closes ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 December 1873
THE RIVERINE GRAZIER, ^Published every Wednesday, at Hay, Muirumbidgee River, N.S.'W. Subscription : £1 per annum, or 5s. per. quarter, payable in advance. A very large . number of copies are sent free to all parts of Riverina, but those who wish to obtain the paper regularly must subscribe. TO ADVERTISERS. The Riverine Grazier is by far the most widely circulated news paper in Riverina, and the charges, enumerated below, are from twenty five per cent, to seventy-five per cent, lower than those of any other newspaper in the district. Business people, .stock owners, agents, and others,. wilV there fore, find it greatly to, their own in terests to advertise \riThe Riverine . Grazier. ; - .V.. ? v. Advertisements.— For , - one inser tion, 3:d. (th|?eepen-^.a4^liCX^? For every insertion after the first; 2d. (twopence) a line. : For Advertisements ordered by the quarter : — per quarter. One Whole, column - £10 0 0 . Half a column - - 5 5,0 . Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under a quarter colum...
WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Dec. 24, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 December 1873
WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Dec. 24, .1873.'. Since our last the weather lias'been coiled by pleasant s- bowers, and the tlicriiiomolor, which last week ranged up to 112 dogs., has this week dropped belojy .60 degs, AH traces of tho rain Ijave vanished, how .vcr, and again wo are ucjjnng the temperature of the torrid zone., Oju- local 'agents have ,rio sales to report. Stock movements are as follows : — Last week 4,720 mixed fat sheep from Til ^il (Geo. Fairbaipi's) crossed at Maude, yftT lloulamein and Denpiqiiin, to Melbourne, in phnrge of Mr, Disney. On 3 8th inst. 4,100 fat cwos frpm Bellinger limbic (W. B. Haines'), 'crossed Hay punt, jjestiued fpf Melbourne, in' charge of Amiy tiigu. Also on 18th inst. Mr. Bennett, pf Yaii.dpmbah, was compelled to' start 14,000 !»hcpp In consequence of t]jp tank and trough; ingbf ono of -Ills wells having been burned, the sheep are in charge of Mr; Southby, piid are travelling on the; Lqciilan. Mr. Benue'tt liopes to have repairs made an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 December 1873
Important Notice. I BEE HIYESTORES, HAY AND BOOLIGAL. ¥L. SMITH has much pleasure in ? intimating to his numerous customers and the public at' large that he has JUST RECEIVED ex 'Wentworth,' ' Cum .beroona,' ' Corowa,' 'Alfred,' i8 Cases Millers' Mole Trowsfers, 6 do Men's ?Summer Clothing, 4 do Fancy Lustres, 2 do ? Fancy Detains, 3 do New Patterns, Cliene Lustres, 2 do French Brocades, 6 do Diaper Prints, 6 Cases Plain Prints, from /4d. up wards^ 6 do Fancy and Book Muslins, 2 do Men\s Straw Hats, 2 do Women's . do do ; also, 3 Packages of Ironmongery, 12 do Assorted Groceries, 3 Tons Sugar, 12 Chests Tea, 24 ^-Chests do, 50, Boxes do. The' above parcels have been bought at the . first Warehouses in Melbourne,, niid each Article can be guaranteed. ' Squatters sup-, .plied at prices not to be competed of ----Melbourne. Hawkers supplied at, prices to «lefv competition. W.L.S. in opening his SUMMER STOCK would beg respectfully to Thiank liis numerous customers and the' public general...
A Merry Christmas to All. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 December 1873
i Mm\] CjjristmaB :ta- ill. T|iij incr.easo in . the number of . suicides - ii^ 'Victoria has been arresting tliq .attention.. -or tho authorities, and of the colony generally. There is no doubt but that there; is sqme cause for this alarming increase in tlio cases of fclo da sej but what it can' be truly afid un exceptiqnally attributed to; it is nqt easy to tell. Looking at the, surroundings 'ot the persons who have thus rushed into the pre-' scnce of. their Maker with tliq sin qf their own death upon their heads, ;iyq' are iiot nitich assisted in discoveripg, a j-easqn Ip^.thg^Selff' destruction. They are' of both sexes, vtjf., ail ages, of all kinds of calling, and frpni all. lands. Some, inilppd a good many of ? tlieni, were addicted tp drink, but of the otliors 'we have no ground fqr saying or eveii thipking, that they were (U'unkards, so that we cannot: chargo, their death tq the use of spirits to an inordinate 'amquilt.' There can be little dqu^t of the fapt tliat the delete...
OBITUARY NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
? ? ? ? ? j i1' 'olHTlTARY NOTICE. TIIOM TilK SYDNF.Y .VOiiXINCr IIEltAI.O. Tho Into Ivi'v. Jolm \Vcst- senior editor of fill's jiunnal, died at- liis residence on Tlmrs Miiy, fit lU.lfi p.iii. The re, i' rut ; with which' .this announcement is mp.de can only be. equalled by the regret of those v;ho read it — , for ho whs personally known throughout a wide circle in these colonies, and where ?known T.'as respected nnd heloved for his -ability. virtue, and social qualities.; and beyond this circle there was a wid^r sphere in which he Sws known and valued ss a writer. . 'Mr. West died in his -!-ith year. Ill early ?life he devoted himself to the service of the fChnrch, and studied for tme Christiauniini^try . in connection v.-itli tfie Independent denoani - nation. When' ordained, lie laboured for :Somp years in several English conn tics with success and acceptance. In 1 S-59 he offered himself to the Colonial Missionary Society, and in the same year was sent to Tasmania .under its au...
TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Dec. 30. 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
TELEGRAMS. (from our own1 correspondent.) SYDNEY, Dec. 30, 1873. Friday. — Parramatta Races. — Winners : Excelsior, Slave, Vagabond, Silvcrtail, Cap tain Cook, Stanhope, Riverta, Lord of Hills, Sweetbrier. ' . Gulgong Races. — Winners : Goldfinder, Birmingham, Locket, Swell, Topsy, Stock man, Adventurer, Queen Bee. Woolloomoolloo Regatta.— Winners : Ettie, Incn, lone, Psyche, Right Roger. Tuesday. — The Nubia sailed with 15,000 ounces of gold and 2,000 sovereigns. _ MELBOURNE. The great international match was played at Melbourne on Friday, Saturday, and Monday last ; tho Victorian Eighteen scored 2C7 first innings. The All-England Eleven scored 110. first innings and 135 second innings, total 245. The Victorians have thus won the match in one innings, with 22 runs to spare. The game lasted over Fri day, Saturday, and Monday.
THE DEPARTED ONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
THE DEPARTED ONES. Now calmly sleep my little sons Where 110 heaving hearts respire, And to be at rest with them Is my weary soul's desire. Nought but care, and toil, and trouble In this weary vale of tears, Life is but an emptybubble Full of hopes, and doubts, and fears.. Oh ! this heart is sadly beating For the loved ones that are gone, And left me here with heavy heart, On life's rough road to struggle on. Their forms, so dear, I oftimes see, Like flitting shadow pass me by, , I think upon tlieir manlish ways, Until the tears bedim my eyes. But metliinks a whispering angel says, ' Oh ! Mourn not for. your 1 ittle sons, For they have found a heavenly home Where neither care nor sorrow comes. ' Time's'011 the wing, and life is short, And soon my journey will be done, And O ! What joy, to be united, When my raco of life is run. God is good, and God is kind, He givetli, and be takes away, And blest are they that dwell with God, When they have left their mortal clay. Wallaby.
ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
ASSOCIATED. PRESS TELEGRAMS. (from TIIE DAILY PAPERS.) London, 19th Dec.— Owing to' the indis position of Dr. Keneally, the Tichborno trial has been adjourned to 29tli. Decemb.er. London, 20th Dec. — The post-office autho rities have announced that correspondence for Victoria and New South Wales will bo for warded cither by tho Pacific or Suez routes, if specially directed. Tho copper market is without noticeable alteration. Prices £92 to £93. - London, 22nd Dec. — Tho governing body of Rugby School havo dismissed Dr. Hayman, the head maseer, iu consequence of disagree ments. Sir J.. D. Coleridge, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas ; the right lion. William Mousell, late Postmaster-General ; Sir James Moncrieff, Bart., Lord Justice Clerk of Scot land ; and Admiral the lion. Ed. Granville Howard, have been raised to tho peerage. Intelligence from Capo Coast to 27th No vember states tliat operations had up to that time, been confined to road-making and the conveyance of supplies from s...
MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Dec. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
MELBOURNE. (from odr own correspondent.) Dec. 30. ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN v. VIC TORIAN EIGHTEEN. The Victorian eighteen went first to the wickets. Cooper '... ... ... 84 Gibson ... '? ... ... 23 Coates ? ? ... 3 Kelly ... ... ' ... 26 Conway, not out ? ? 82 Gpidsmith ... ? 17 Boyle ... ? 30 Gaggin ... ... ... 0 Midwinter ... ... 7 McGan .' ? 7 Carr ... ... ... 8 Qostick ? ' ... 0 Robertson ... ... ... 11 Hedley ...; ? 1 Allan ... ... ... 0 - Horan, ... ' ? _ 1 Wyndiiam ... ' ... 6 Bishop ... ... ... 0 , Snndries ? 13 Total ... ... 269 Tho English team then commonccd their first innings and went all out for 110. First Innings ? 110 SECOND INNINGS. Greonwood... ? ... ... 16 M'Intyro ... ? ? ' 4 Humphrey... ... ... ? 6 Gilbert ? ... (1 W. G, Grace, not out ??? Jupp ... ? ? 0 G. F. Grace ? ... 28 ?? Oscroft ... ... ... 0 Lillywliite ... ... ... 19 Southorton ... ... 0 r Bush ... ... .... 2 Byes ... ... ' ... 8. Total ... 2-15 Victoria won in one innings, 2-1 to spare.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
DIED, j RoBART8.-mOn the 28th inst,, Charlotto Emilv, the eldest and beloved daughter of Alfred and Mary Robarts, Agod 18 yours, JJeloyed by all who knew her, , THE ™ RIVERINE CBAZIER. Tros Tyrius-.vo itiihi nullo discrimine agetur. ' 'WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3}, 1873.
BUSH BLESSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
'- BUSH BLESSINGS. (Communicated through John Darien, Dec. 20,1873.) I've been Mr. Editor, long years located In dear Riverina as maiden and wife, - And at Fat Cattlc Creek, very likely I'm fated To spend with my husband the'rest of my life ; Butreally these 'housemaids '(so called) are distressing, A worry and plague to one all the day long, Scrv.ant girls as tliey now arc, aro aught but a blessing ! For all that they do they appear to do wrong. Ihosc registry people whene'er there's occasion To get a ' Town Torment ' or' two off tlieir book, Find, alas ! they need use very little persuasion To send them up here on their owii charming hook ; Aiid I really do think tliat those girls are selected, And sent up tho country their fortunes to push, Who, being in Melbourne or Sydney rejected, Are counted as ' quite good enough for the bush !' The girls that I get, goodness knows ! arc no beauties, Yet spend half their time on tlieir liair or their dress, They take pains with then-persons,...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
The sun of to-morrow will shine on a new | year, and tho past one will becomo a part of history. Tho crossing of this lino sots all of us thinking, and when we turn over the pages of past menories wo must romombor that we have gat a year.nonror tho end of ourjoiirnoy than wo wero twolyo months ago, and nearor, also, a final posting up of tho led cor of this life. The year which is closing on us like its predecessors hus witnessed many groat changes in tho political and -religious world and the one which is dawning is big with hopes nnd foars to many a soul, ''Tis pleasant, no doubt,' to talk with our past hours and ask them what report, they have borne to Heaven;' but it is a pleasure, mingled with sighs and regrets, when we' al low our memories to wander amongst the tombs of tho past, and we prefer wither to anticipate the future, and build Up a home of Imppinoss in some green and sunny spot be yond tha reach of sorrow. Even though our idoas may bo very Utopian and partake of tho i...
SYDNEY. 26th Dec. 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
SYDNEY. i, - (FROM oun OWN CORRESPONDENT.) . ' ' 2Gth Dec. 1873. ousi.as tnc members. ,ol Parliament were about to clear off the light duties of the last day, -many having left Syiiuoy for the holi days, nnd the rest beiiig impatient to follow tliem, a crisis of' unwonted character suddenly turned up. Sir Hercules Robinson has dis turbed the peace of the : Christmas holidays by a severe lecturo to the Legislative As sembly, in which ho accuses theni of pursu ing an illegal coursc, and of having asked him. to carry out tlieir wishes by- violating the law. His Excellenev nvnn fiinrro +!,„ face of the Assembly — indirectly, by means of a quotation from the ' Federalist,' but still with an unmistakeable aim at their pro ceedings — the provoking, word ' tyranny.' Honorable members, after a brief debate, ad journed the question till tho 13tli January. So for three weeks they may nurse, tlieir wrath and keep it warm, and then we shall see what an explosion that little spark — a vice-regal ...
THE RIVERINE GRAZIER, [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
THE RIVERINE GRAZIER , Published every' Wednesday,- .at Hay, Murrumbidgee Eiver, N.'S.W. Subscription : £1 per annum, or 5s. per. quarter, payable in advance. A very, large . number . of copies are .sent free to all parts of Riverina, but those who wish to obtain t!i fv paper regularly must subscribe. TO ADVERTISERS. - i The Riverine Grazier is by. -far . the most- widely circulated iiews-' paper in Riverina, and the charges, enumerated below, are from twenty five per cent, to seventy-five per cent; lower than those of any other neSvspaper 'ini'thci ' district.'; . i Business people, stock owners, agents, and others, will, there fore, find it greatly to their. own in terests to advertise in ,The Rivenirte Grazier. . - ? '. / ? ; ? ' ?? , Advertisements— For one inser tion, 3d. (threepence) a line.' , . For every: insertion after the ; first, ' ? . 2d. (twopence) a line. ' ? ; For Advertisements ordered by. the : quarter:— ? - : ? ' 'per quarter.- ? One wliole column i - £10 0 \ 0 ? ...
OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany communications that may require verification. THE BOOLIGAL AND WILCANNIA MAIL-ROAD AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany com munications that may require verification . THE BOOLIGAL AND WILCANNIA MAIL-ROAD AGAIN. , TO TIIE EDITOR OP THE MVERINB GRAZIER. Siu, — As tliero soems at last some agita tion going on, ancnt those Polygonum Creeks ? north of the Booligal bridge, it might be. as w6ll once more to quote from one of your late issues tho little amounts referred to hereunder. In that issue we find the Treasurer's financial statement affords us some solaco in the fact that we aro only ton millions and a half in debt, exclusive of loans sanctioned, &c. That £77,000 has gone for tho rivors Darling, jturray, and Murrumbidgee ; £200,000 New castle port j £28,000 for dredges and punts j £800,000 for roads and bridges ; and lastly (our business being with swamps, as wo have bqqn pretty well. ' swamped ' ' for tho last twelve years out back hero), we find £80,000 ox'pended in the reclamation of some Black Wiittlo Swamp 1 Fortunate Black Wattle Swamp !...
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-1'ASLE. | ARRIVALS, Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Denili qnin, AVanga'noll, Sydney (viaDenilic|iqn) Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude,. BalrnnahV. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. ' Tuesday— 5' a.m. ' From 'AVagga Wagga, . iSaranderh, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. Froin Echuca, 'De- niliquin, and AYangariclla - Friday— 5 a.m. From TVagga Wagga'Naran dera, and Sydney (via'AVagga) ' 11.30 a.m. Ecluica, Deniliquin, Wangaiiella 3 p.m. ; Ealranald 'aiid Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcai'inia,' and Darling . DEPAItTUIIEH: - Sunday— 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcamiia, iind Darling Monday— C. p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, ami Sydney (via Wagga) ? 'W.ednessday— G p.m. Echuca, -Deniliquin, AYanganella and Sydney (via D'quin)' ' ? 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1p.m. Booligal, Wileannia Darling, &c,,. ? Friday — (i p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Waii^ ganolla 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, ami ? ...