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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

Australian i Joint Stock Bank. HAY_MM0H. Deposits received on current ! Accounts, Interest ..allowed on Fixed Deposits nt Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, and nil other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches 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 MACGREGOR, Manager. Australian Joint Stock Bank. A BRANCH has been opened nt NARRANDERA for tho transaction of customary banking business. (Signed) 1 V. W. GIBLIN, General Manngor. August 3rd, 1875. 99-98. BANK .OS NEW SOUTH 'WALES . Capital, £1,000,000. ' ? ? Reserve Fund, £393,093 0s. 8d. H A Y B R A N C H. . DEPOSITS Rocolved on Curront Account, Intorost al» lowod on Fixed Bcporiits. at llutes which may bo as certained nt tho oflluo. Bills Discounted, Cash Credits grautod, Advaucos umdo upon approve...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

TO THB EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. Sir,— I notice' that within a short distance from Hay, i at Bungay Creek, some persons arc felling the timber I where it is so scarce; hiit such as it w, of so much ad- ' vantage in shading the creek and breaking the liot winds I of which we will, in tho course of a few weeks, soon have 1 ckperiehce. The advico ot. the old Scotch Laird 'to his i sbn on his death bed occurred to me when I saw this:' u Be aye stickin in a tree Jock ! for while you are sleep- . in' it will be growin'.' Surely on these plains where the I shade of a tree might he-likened to that of ' a rock in a desert,' tho indigenous trees ought to be moro prized than to be made use of for firewoou, and ? especially near ? a township, where in the summer timo it is a positive relief to tlie eye to rest on the dark green of the stunted, but not ungraceful, gum tree. I am not such a John Bull as to have' my growl out at greater length in your valuable columns, but I will be glad to ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

CoxvunsATipjf nt liny occasionally turns upon tho probability of tbo railway reaching Hny via Dcniliquio. The opiuion of Hie majority of tho business people seems to be that a railway from Hay to Booligal and Hillston would be of much more value to tlie township, tlmn one from Dimillquin to Hay. Our Government, would do well to abandon tho idea of Snagging the Murrurabidgee between Hay and Wntjga, and instead thereof, lay down a light railway from Wngga to Hny, and thence to Dooli gui ana Hi/iston. By this means an enormous amount of trade would go to Sydney from the Riverine districts which now trends to Melbourne and Adelaide. The work would be reproductive, and we may safely say that the morq debt that can be iucurred by the colony, in the creation of truly reproductive works, the botter ibr the whole community. A national debt has a powerfully conservative effect, and when debt is iucurred for worlcs that wlU pay interest, nnd in time repay capital as well. Such debt is really r...

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THIRTY TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

THIRTY TO-DAY. She saw that her brown hair was bonny and bright, Her beautiful eyes over-brimmmg with light : She looked in her glass in a curious way, And sighedjjto herself ' I am thirty to-day.' There's my dear stetor Maud— I remember so well How the child used to cry when I taught her to spell — She's been married five years and she flirts with the men. And has stolen my lovers again and again. She tcachcs me now, saying, ' Child, don't be free i ; 'Tis all right for an old married woman like me r I felt it my duty to flirt with Sir Harry, He seemed so afraid you would ask him ro marry.' Then there's Lanra the second, my godchild and niece,, Whom the men seem to like for her baby caprice ; She will call me Auntie whene'er she appears— ? She'll provoke me sonic day into boxing her cars.. Yet why am I cross ? Maud's an innocent flirt, And Laura is only amusingly pert: Maud has had her own way sincc she first was a wife,. And the baby has never been whipped in her life, l smile at ...

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By Electric Telegraph. FORBES. August 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

By Electric Telegraph. (PROM OUR COlUtESI'ONDENT.) FORBES. ? ' August 23rd. day'' wcathcr '-ie nil last week, and raining to GUNDAGAI. River 8 feet 0 inches. Cold. ^ 1875'

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MELBOURNE. August 21st, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

Melbourne.' I (FJIO.M OUJl OWN COBRESPONDENT) Auerust 21st.- 1875. Tlie news by the Mail Steamer which has boon telo graphed to the ylr^v-fcasts all other newsof tho day into insignificance. The Argus has by some means or othor, and no doubt at very great expense, arranged to get pos session of tho news in advance of tho. other .dailies, „and_ thus .continues its character as tho leading and most enterprising journal in Australia. I question if even the Timest tho great tliunderer,. has a more efficient staff than our leading paper in Melbourne. Tho ereat points i of interest arc the disastrous floods - in France, and the storm in Hungary and Switzerland. The floods have done niorc damage'in Franco than any pen ia ablo to re-i late with accuracy. It-is estimated that 0000 peoplo' have.perished. .(The River Garrouo, which takc9 its rjse in the mountains' is* a very rapid aud dangerous stream ? flowiug through a fertile and tniekly;populat0d country. From the heavy rains which had fal...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, August 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, August 19th. I Present.— Wm. Sabine, Esq., (mayor), Aldennon Tar takover, Cliurcho, Witcombe, Lakeman. Minutes of last meeting; wcro read nnd conflmed. Aldermen Cox and Sabine agreed to submit their rival chimin to the mayoralty to the vote of the ratepayers. Letters were read — 1. From the. curator oljtlio Botanic Gardens, Sydney, statins*, that a case of- trees had been sent to the Mayor, per McCidloch and Co., carriers. 2. From Messrs Alurray and Co., tailors, requesting trees to plant in front of their premises. Alderman Witcombe moved, seconded by Alderman Tartakover, that the herdsman be allowed a commission , of ten per cent on all splitters' and sawyers' licenses ; also upou all money coming to the council, from fines.. ? Car ried. Mr McPherson being present undertook tho duties required of him. ' Mr Anderson, carter, asked could not an employer take. out licenses for his men. hccaus-o^heso, men. might not stay with him three days— should such' e...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

IUY SHIPPING.' v Murrumbldgec arrived from Echuca ou tho 10th instant, mul h now up river londiug wool. Pioneer arrived on tho Cist mat. from Echuca, mid re turned on tins ii-ktli. Mtwra For^vih and Co. report. — The Corrontr is cx peeted down stream, to-day with wool fi-om Groongal, .toringAgce,. Bm*rabotrlo, .ami K!i Ehvnh, for Echuca. The Burrabogie U hourly expected from Echuca, and vUlproercd.to Wagga probably on Friday morning. 17 bides of wool arrived Mns week i'vosu Cum»u;?. William M'CuHoch and Co. report August 25th. — The Victoria is expected daily from upper river, where she lias been leading wool. Corowa after discharging cargo nt Wagvra will follow the Victoria in filling up with wool. Murrumbidgeo i* up river loading at Togamnaiu and Wardry, and will clour out tho shed at Hay on her way - dcuvm pioneer after discharging cargo sailed down stream yesterday to take wool from Maude, Balranald, Yanga, Canally, &e. Princes* id daily expected with general goods aud g...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

WM. M'CULLOCH & CO., GENERAL CARRIERS, FORWARDING-, SHIPPING AND _ INSURANCE AGENTS, .. Beg to inform their numerous Friends that they have opened a NEW BRANCH OFFICE AT HAY, Under the Management of MR WILLIAM WILLIAMS, whose pre mises they have taken. Complete arrangements will be made for the prompt despatch of both Stores and Wool by Steamer or Teams. Ample Storage accommo dation provided at Hay. Flour and other produce supplied at the lowest current rates. River Marine and Fire Insurances, effected on the most favourable terms. Goods and Parcels forwarded to all parts of the world. The following is a list of the boats under our agency as at present arranged, and it will be further augmented before tlie season opens, -viz.: «. » ar j Between Ec.iuca and the Darling — The 'Jupiter,' 'Jane Eliza,' 'Marauoa, Wentworth, Lady Daly,' 'Pride of the Murray.' Davis and Donvood's new steamer, &c., &c. Between Echuca and tho Murrumbldgee — The 'Alfred,' ' Waradgory,'...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, August 18th. 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

' MELBOURNE MAKK1STS. Wednesday, Aueust 18th. 1875. - Pat' Cattle. — 900 yarded— plenty of buyers — biddings spirited, and prices the highest realised for years.— Quotations— prime, £15 to £17, extra to £20 30s, others down to £8 10a. There aro no salca of Riverine cattle reported.'. : ityf 8heiip,— 16,100 penned, prirao and good supera bundant. and prices' 'fell ' 6d to Is per liead. Riverine flheep'sold, were 2000 wethers, Mr Peter Tyson's, at 18s nil round; 2987 wethers, Messrs C. nnd S. Officer's, from Goorimpa, .to 17s, culls 14s ; 6127 wethers, Messrs J. and J. Phelps's, from Albemarle . station ; 2765 ewea aud wethers, Mr Thomas D'Arehy's, from Oxl ey ; 3440 wethers, Messrs 'i1. and 8. Learmonth's, from Groongal (sold by Messrs King and Cunningham) : 1582 wethors at 17s, 'and 2806 ewes at 13s, for Mr William Taylor. Manfred. Messrs Kixb and Cchuhohau, Melbourne, report, lttth. August.— We havo sold 10,000 full mouthed ewes from Bundurc for Til Til, aud have 10,000 Tcry fine w...

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STOCK REPORT. The Riverine Grazier office, Wednesday, 25th August, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

STOCK KEPOIIT. The Riverine Grazier office, j - Wednesday, 25th August. 1875. I The weather has been dry aud cool -during the week, affording, every facility for tho progress, of shear ing*, which i3 now -all but general. Steamers arc running briskly and the clip is being taken on board as fast as it comes off .tho sheep. Fat stock movements. — August 16th. — 8000 fat sheep from Mossgiel, purchased by Mr David Bird for Mel bourne, travelling via Wheelbah. 14th, 1753 weaners from Billenbahj Mr J. E. Warbv'i?, for Wnjrgn Wagga. 2Gth, 1000 wethers from Nyingay. Mr P. B. Curtain's station, and purchased by Mr Fallon, for Deniliquin. 12th, 9700 wethers were at Manfred on tho above date, travelling via Hay to Melbourne, the property of Messrs Singer and Champ, Sturt's Depot Glen, Albert district, in charge of Mr Disney. 21st, 3510 fat wethers from Trida, the property of Messrs A. Anderson and Co., for Melbourne via Balranald. 23rd, 2000 fat wethers from Benduck, Mr E. McPherson, for Melbo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 August 1875

R. C. MACKENZIE, ;] OTOOK AND STATION AGENT, ' 0 HILLSTON, , . 892 LACHLAN RIVER. .j Hillston Monthly Horse Sale. ? THE next AUCTION SALE tnlceg place on SATUR ? DAY, lltli September. Court day.' ? 103-08 ? It. C. MACKENZIE, Auctioneer. , Young Sheep for Sale. 1 OAftA EWES and LAMBS, mostly 2 nnd 4 tooth ; ii V? V. V also, 3000 M IXED 1 and 2 year old. Bgg-A prime lot for tho back blocks. Delivered at once, or could graze for six months. Apply . B. C. MACKENZIE, ] 114-97 Stock and Station Agent,' Hillston. j Boat on Willandra Creek. B SKENE intimates that a boat now crosses PAS- ? ? SENGERS and GOODS en route to Mount Hope, Cobar, &c. The boat is placed less than a mile from j Cooper's Willanthrv hotel, of whom enquire, or to I ,R. C.' MACKENZIE, i 113-101 ? Stock and Station Agent, Hillston. Unstocked Eim for Sale. £ OA A A ACRES, entry at once.- Ront paid up OZUUU. to 1870. Information from Mr G. But terworth. Hay, or R. C. Mackenzie, Stock and Station Agent, Hillston. ' ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

Is published overy Wednesday, ot Hay, Murrumbidgca ? River, N.S.W. Subscrrption : £1 per anitutp; or 6s, per quarter, payablo in advance. Charges for Advertising — For one insertion 3d.' per line of spnee. For every insertion alter the first 2d. ditto. Births, Marriages, and Deaths; 2s. tid. each. Specially favourable rates for standing adtortue ments, and for such as are largely displayed, Printed and published by the solo propriotor, Joiw . , Andrew, at the Riverine Grazier offioo, BanlcW . ?trcct, Hay, in the coleny of New South \tnlej.

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SOME ELEMENTS OF THE LABOUR QUESTION. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

' ; SOMK ELEMENTS OF 'THE LAliOUlt1 ' QUESTION. II. , . r (From the Wesley an AfstJiodht MaaazhicA \ It ainnot be denied tliat among labourers the feeling I of dissatisfaction ;with their relations to capitalists and j .employers is deep and widespread, whelher with or with-.! ? oiit reason. It is impelling. to a vague unrest and un certainty ; to efforts more or. less blind' or intelligent, or ganised and unorganised, lawful and lawless, to rectify supposed wrongs, and a^rt the right supposed to be dentcu tiiem. unt oi tnese come combinations, first local, or iu particular trades, then general and in all trade*; now State-wise, now national, now international. They are often assuming n porteutous aspect. They took' ' their opportunity lately to place Paris for a time under the reign of terror of the Commune, and innko it a tein , . porary pandemonium. . Whatever looks to thev abolition ' ;? ' or invasion gf private property dnquestionably tends to-. ;?»' wards a similar goal, in wh...

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MASSACRE OF COMMODORE GOODENOUGH AND TWO SEAMEN, [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

MASSACRE OF COMMODORE GOODENOUGII ; ' AND TWO SEAMEN, [from the Jivening News.) H.M.s. Pearl returned to Sydney from the South Sea Islands' this morning, bringing -the melancholy intellir gence of the massacre, on the 12th instant, ot Comnto^ dore Goodenough and two seamen, and the wouuding of . three others, in an unprovoked attack on them by tho . natives of Charles Bay, in one of the Santa Crua group ot islands, north ot the New Hebrides. The wounds re f/ ceived by the Commodore appeared at fir*t not Hkoly to * 'toe fataV'but- it was considered best to move tiie Pear] .wf furthdr southward, to give the wounded the benefit of a cooler climated Five' clays after the attack three of the cases showed symptoms of tetanus, which symptoms gradually Increased in intensity and ultimately proved fatal. Commodore Goodenough died on Friday evening, the 20th August — eight days after the occurrence— and one seaman named Edward Rayner, dted the same day. On the next day, Saturday, 21st August,...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

? HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AItKIV;AI,S. bunday — 11.30 aim. rrora. hchuca- Denihqinn|,Wan- iranella) S.vduey (via DeniliquinV Momhiv — 1!- aim. From Mande, Balranald:. Op.m. From Boolijjal, Wilcapnia; &c. Tuesday— 5 a.m. From Wagga- Wagga- Narrandera. and Sydney (vin Wagga), Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. l-roni- Echuca, Deniiiquin,, and Wanganella. Eriday — 5 a.m. From^Vagga.Wagga) If arrandora, amli Sydney (via. Wagga), ' . Il-aO a.m., Eehucaj Deniliquin, Wanganella. 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude. 3 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &c. DKPAIITUBE8. Sunday — 12 a. m. Maude nud Balranald: 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, nnd Darling., Monday— 0 p.m. Eclluca, Deniliquin, Wangauolla, 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narrandera- and Sydney (?via Wagga). . * Wednesday — 0 p.m. Echuca-, Deniliquin,, 'Wanga-^ ' nella, and Sydney, (ivia Deniliquin)i ' IS a.m. Maude and Balranidd. 2 p.m. ljooligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &c. ? Friday — 6 p»m. Ecllnca, Deuiliqfiiui Wangancllai 7 p.m. Wagga Wagg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

£50 Reward. The. Riverine Cattle and Sheep- Stealing Prevention Association HEREBY offer .--a reward of FIFTY POUNDS to any person or persons 'who 'will give sucty information as will leadJtc tho conviction of any one stealing Horses, ? Cattle, or Sheep, ! the property sf any Member of the Association r ; LIST OF MEMBERS. . ! President— C. W. Simson, Esq.,' J. P. j Vice-President — Wm. Lonir, Esq. Thomas D'Archy / Walter Synnot ,- William M'Evoy Whittingham Bvo*& Haines Thos. 'James /' W. A. Brodribb M'Lenjv Clarjfc & Co. John Itutherlnrd nud Co. Alfred N. Gilliert T. njid S. Lea'rinonth Molesworth aud Ware J. Brewer j Joseph Holt j MrJaffray Wraggo and Hearnc i Godfrey and Chambers . Joseph Smith John Peter ; Patrick B. Curtain ? Joseph M'Gaw F. Cliamners ' . F. Ci and IC. E. Brodribb. ; It. Chirnside and Co. . Staubridgc and Co. I P. Davis ' . - William Martin } sU'casurcr— J . Maegrcgor, Esq. i ' ? ? j ' Secretary — ' ? — ? : — ' ) St.' yirgilius' Churchj /^QLLECT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

Australian Joint Stock Bank, HAI BRMGH, Deposits received on current Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed .Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Gusli Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, and all other BANKING- BUSINESS promptly Transacted. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches aud 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 MACGREGOR, Manager. Australian |c&int Stock Bank. ABKAKCH has been opened ot NARRANDERA for the transaction of customary banking business. (Signed) V. W. GIBLIN, General Manager^ August 3rd, 1875. . 09-98. DANK OF NEW S O O.TH ' .ff 4 Ij I? S Capital, £1,000,000. Rbsekvb Fund, £893,833 6s. 8d. HAY BRANCH. DEPOSITS Recoivod on Curront Account, Interest nl lovroil on Fixort Doyoaita, at Hates which may bo as certained at tho ofttco. Bills Disconntoil, Cash Credits granted, Advances niado txpon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

Large 8vo., p.p. 724 cloth, 8s, post free. ; . cr in half mo-: roeco, 10s Cd. The iiomceopathic domestic physi cian, by Dhs. PULTE and EPPS. Revised, with important additions, and manyinew remedies, by-. WASHINGTON EPPS, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., assistant, physician to the London Homcecpathic Hospital* Table of Contents General Diseases— Casual Diseases— Cutaneous Di-. 'I senses— Fevers — Affections of tho Mind— the Head-Mho i Eyes — the Ears— the Noso — the Face. Lips, and Jaws—, tho Teeth, Gums, aud MoUth— the Windpipe and Chest — tho Stomach and Bowels— tho XJrlnary- an4 Genital Organ — Diseases of Women—Treatment of Children Anatomy and Physiology— Hyfyieno and Hydropathy-^ Materia and Mcdica— Domestic Surgery—Medical and Surgical Appliances— Dislocations ana Luxations — Frac-. tures— Glossary — Index, A chest of medicines (book enclosed) £3 10a or £5 5a ; or with glass stoppers to all the tinctures, £4 4s or £0 Cs. JAMES ISPPS aud CO., Homoeopathic Chemists, 48, Threadneedle street,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

Pouu years ago Bishop Patteson fell a mar tyr to his attempts to christianize tho savage race that inhabits tho islands of Santa Cruz which lie a littlo to -the north of the New Hebrides. Tho good m^n lmrt gonp ou slioro with his me«sago of peaco and. love, and tho savagos attacked, and killed both himself and two of his companions, inflicting on the body of the Bishop five mortal wounds. No cer tain cause has ovor been found for theft trcacheroua and foul murders. Tho punish mont which was inflicted on tho savages for them, it was hoped would have taught thorn a lesson of respect for tho British flag, and also for the lyhite man when ho again landed on their shores, but this has not boon tho case. On tho 12th of tho last month Commodoro Goodonough in H.H. Ship the Pearl, whilst cruising amongst the islands of tho South Seas had visited sovoral of them, and had boon received iu a friandly spirit hy tho natives. Encanragod by this fact ho called at tho Island of Santa Crug noav the o...

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