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MELBOURNE. August 28th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

MELBOURNE. fpnoil 0X7 11 OWN cokrespondext) August28th, 1875. There is not much political news to report beyond tho fact that preparations aro being made on a'l sides for the coming session of Parliament. Mr Berry is busy matur ing new schemes of taxation, and nejv dodges to carry I nublic favour with him. I hoar of new leagues to over turn the Ministry as soon as they have shown a front in the House, and so far as tho powers at command ' of the Free-trade sections nf tho Parliament is concerned, wo may be prepared for a regular hand to hand contest, over tho great question of finance, as soon as tlie oppor tunity ailords itself. , Tho Ministry have lost no timo in giving effeot to tho report of the select comraittco of the Houso, which was appointed on thosubject to restore tohis full status super intendent Green, wlfo was suspended for a crime of which ho was not guilty. Mr Green has fought his cane for four years, and has justly earned his restoration tohis old position in tho Po...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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THE HAWKESBURY SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

THE HAWKESBUB-Y SPRING ' MEETING. Trial Stakes.— Aboutamilo and a quarter— R. Rouse's Esmeralda, throe years, 1; H. Hughes's b g Little Charlie, four years, 2 ; J. J. Millar's br c Janitor, three years, 3. Tbe Hawkesburv Guineas.— G. Hill's br c by Kings ton — Valettal; W. Branch's blc Richmond, by Mari byrnong— The l7awn, 2 ; E. de Meatre's br c by Fire works—Sylvia, 3 ; time — lm. 45s. Hawkesbury Grand Handicap. — TTallis's br m Calumny, five years, 1 ; T. Tracy's br m Ladybird, five years, 2 ? A*. Town's ohg Kingfisher, aged, 3; thirteen started. Time— 3m 35s. Produce Stakes.— E. Jellett'o b c Richmond 1; J. Eales' br c Clifton 2; JT. Tait's br c Gillio Cnllum 2. The Flying Handicap. One milo. — J. Coker's br m i,aton^ l ; j. u. initio's b m Myrtle ii ; 11. Hughes' b g Little Charlie 3' ; time— lm. 44a. The Turf Club Handicap. One mile ond a halt. — J. D. Little's King of the WcstI : W. Hillos' b h Stanhopo 2; A. Bowman's ch cAthos 3. Maiden- Plate. One mile and a half.— J» J. Mi...

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THE DEACON POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

''Til E DEACON'S POTATOES. ' I An old ladv in her old armchair* WUh wriukl&i frtce nnd dishevel] M hair, . - And bald ftttd hungry worn features : For days and lor w«*pIw tlie only fare, As 8h68At thCikc iifhor old armchair, HAd been nothing but potatoes -AnA flow thoy were gone : of bad or pood, N6t oYie wA-Oeft for tho -old lady's food, . Of these her stork of potatoes : ?And she sighed And said, \Vhnt shall I do ? \Yriore shall I sfind, and to whom /shall I go,- : ? T6 £ot sonle irioro potatoes ? jAtol phe thonglft of the dennon over the way — Tho doftcon SO ready to worship and pray — , Whose cellar 'was full of potatoes ; And. she s»hW, ft X will send for the deacon to come j ? ?He'll ntft 'mind inuch to jrivemo some 'Of 9bch h stqrc of potatoes.' ? ;Xnd,'thb'deheou came over as fiist as he could, Tlilukihir to do the old ladv some good, ijbt; never once {bought of potatoes. ^He.'as.keu hei* directly to tnll her chief want, -AiUtLshb, simple Pdnl, expecting a giant, 'Ii...

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By Electric Telegraph. GUNDAGAI. August 31st, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

By Electric Telegraph. (l'ROJI OUR COIiniiBl'ON'DKNTa.) GUNDAGAI. August 31»t, 1875. Eirer live leet rising, SYDNEY, August 31st. A miner named Martin was killed by a fall of oarth. Wapping butcher Parkes.* Some banks in San I'rancisoo have smashed. Tho Bank of California is oue, if so the Williamsons lose all their savings. The Melbourno Exhibition opens on next Thursday. The bundle of bank notes which was lost by tho clerks of tlio Bank of Victoria, has not been found. Telegrams from I.onlion say that wool is from a penny to twopence lower tliau in Jqne, The Whampoa has saired for Sydney, her passage to Melbourne was only 45 days. Janaus Shek's appearance was not a great success, but she is evidontly a grent actress. Mrs Stenhouse, the Morrnonite, lectures on Saturday. John nnd James Skiunor aro insolvent, liabilities forty five thousand pounds, assets thirty-four thousand. V alcttn Colt is first favourite for tho Derby at tlireo to one. , The Alphonsists In Spain Iiavo gained ano...

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

, General Pozt Ojflcoy . Sydney, VAth August, 1875. 1 TENDERS for the convcy/mco of Malls to and from— Dcnilinuin, Moulamein, and Balranald, via Moolpar twice a week, will be rcccivcd at this Ofllco.up to noon on Monday, 11th October next.; For full particulars see Government Gazette , a filo of winch is kept at cvory Post Office in the Colony* ' 125-100 ? T.F.BURKS. K A 21 A A R AT THE MASONIC HALL ON Thursday, September 30, & Friday, October 1. A BAZAAR for the purpose of providing funds to improve the playground, and purchase prizes for . the children attending the Public School, will oe held on s Thursday, J30Mi September, and Friday, 1st October, at A the Masonic Hall, which has been kindly granted, free 2w.. of charge, by Mr Sabine. o There will be a varied collection of elegant fancy articles, and a large assortment of useful things made by the children during the past eighteen months, together ' with handsome donations from friends. 141u General Store, South. Hay. SA...

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SYDNEY. August 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

'SYDNEY. FKOM OUK OWN COItBESrOtfDENT. August 27th. Tho most interesting and most sad nowa of tho week is the tidings brought into Port Jackson on Monday morn ing, by iJ.M.S. Pearl. That ship boro the dead bodies of Commudore Goodenoqgh aud two young seamen, Ed ward Iti'.yncr, and Frederick Small. On the 12th August, after visiting the Islands or Mallicolo, Espiritu, Santo, and others, and -.holding friendly intercourse with tlio islanders, the Pearl camo up to Carlislo Hay m tlio Sauta Cruz group. There the Commodoro and n party of men left the ship in tho oiling, and went to visit the natives. They wero received with an apparent welcome, and leaving their arms behind them in the boats,' the Com modore nnd some of his mon went up to the village. There %yas no sign of any ill-feeling until thoy turned to go back to the boats, then a savage drew his bow, and shot the Commodore in the side. Ho retreated with the' few men about him to tho boats. On their way showers of arrows were shot...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

' HAY SHIPPING. I Burraliogio arrived fVom EHtuca op 2oth August, and ? retunicil «!1 .'U3:k-d with wooi (James Vonyth Rud Co., ago;;!.*). J^rincex* nrnvjil fnnti Rc-hucn on ~3th August. Jltirrumbid^ec arrived down slrpiim on Sunday, and pr»i!s thin morning :oi- iMilmca with £14 bales Gun biirwooi, ii'iOTo^iuimiuu, ;-\i lleuereiiib.ih. Corowa cleared out the Cuba wool, and is now picking ? up iron) varimu stations on The way down. Pearl steamed up l iver on Monday to load wool at Wardry and other stations. ' . Alfred I«n &huc« on 27tl. ult., with n large cargo for Ilay trail Wagga (Win. M'cullocli and co, ngents.) Tho }'iav Stamp Navigation Co.'s boar, Gorroug, left JJayon Saturday for Wagga with 1-5 tons cargo, also a qra'uglit entire horse owned by iir John Keighrnu, and a superior rain of Mr Gilbert's from Warmillah, for exhibit , attUe forthcoming Wfagga Show. : Tho first full load of tlie river Murrumbidgee anil lachlan clips, consisting of 850 hales, was despatched pn ...

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

: WM. M'CULLOCH & CO., GENERAL CARRIERS, FORWARDING, SHIPPING AND INSURANCE AGENTS, Beg to inform 'tlieir numerous Friends that they have ojDened a NEW BRANCH OFFICE AT HAY, Under the Management of MR WILLIAM WILLIAMS, whose pre . mises they have taken. Complete arrangements will he made for the prompt despatch of both Stores and Wool by Steamer or Teams. Ample Storage accommo dation provided at Ha-y. - a Flour and other produce -supplied at the lowest current rates. / f\ River Marine and Fire Insurances, effected on the most favourable «£.. terms. Goods and Parcels forwarded to all parts of the world. ? Tlio following is a list of the boats under our ngency as at 'present nrranged, and it will be further augmented before the season opens, viz. ; Botweon Kci.uca and the Darling — The '.Jupiter,' 'Jano Eliza,' 'JIaranoa,' ' Wentwortli, ' 'Lady Daly,' ' Pride of the' Murray,' Davis and Dorwood's now steamer, See., Sec. ? Botwsen Ecliuoa and the lltirrumbidgce— The ' Alfred, ' ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, August 25th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

' - MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, August 25th, ,1875. Fat Cattle. — 1007 were penned for the week's supply, only a small portion of which wore prime and good, the balance being of second and middling quality. .There was a brisk demand, especially lor the best lots, and prices advanced about 15s per head on last week's rates. Prime pens of bullocks realised from £14 10s to £18 2s (ill i gooil do, from £12 to £13 ; secoqd dp, from £10103 to £11 10s; Inferior do, from £8. 182 light weight bullocks eold for Mr J. Tyson, Heyfiejd, Glppsland, ( brought from £11 5s to £18 2s Gd, averaging £14 16s, ' boing the highest overage for years ibr so large a mob. Fat Sheep. — 10,050 camo to band, amongst which were alargs number of nrimo and good quality. Taking quality into consideration, the prices realised for best lots were about equal to last weed's rates. Second and middling descriptions were notinsuch good demand, aud to eil'cct a clearance Is par. head reduction had to be sub mitted to. Pri...

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STOCK REPORT. The Riverine Grazier office, Wednesday, 1st September, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 September 1875

STOCK HEPOllT. ? The Iiiverine QiyizfcroHice, . Wednesday, 1st September, 1875.' Tho fino weather gave place to rain on Monday niglit, The rain-fall appears to have been pretty general, as wo leant by telegram that It rained sixteen noun at Echuca, (mil a heavy fall was expericncod at Sydney. The first fqll load of MUiTumbidgeo and Lachlan wool was taken by the steamer Burrabogio on .Monday for Ecliuca, en route ? for Melbourne. In stock movements we have to report : — August 26th, 333) fat sheep, mixed sexes, from Groon ? gal for Melbourne, via Conargo and fleniliquin, in charge of Mr Edward Slade. 23rd, ISO rams from Gogeldorie, llebden and Sons, and sold by tlicm to Mr ffm. Ollicer, Znmsfntion. on the Billatouir. 2G0 rams. D. M'Lean'S; _ from South Australia, travelling to a/ station belonging tl'g nh-^ gentleman. near' Gdolali, in tho Bligh ^ r: c u 1 1 from Kiltera, J. in ciiargo Mr Smith, started from Tunra in of j^H^^^^^^H^GHPlhonrne. Mr McFarlaue with A. B. was at Merrowie o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

Large 8vo., p.p. 724 cloth, 8s, post lred ; or lu lialf mo rocco, 10s Gd. THE HOMOEOPATHIC DOMESTIC PHYSI ; CIAN, by Drb: PULTE and EPPS. Revised, with Important additions, and many new remedies, by WASHINGTON EPPS, L.H.c:i\, M.R.C.S., assistant, physician to the London Homoeopathic Hospital. : Table of Contents . : t:;,: 'General Diseases— Casual Diseases— Cutaneous : Di- seases — Fevers — Affections of the Mind — the Head— the Eyes— the Ears— tho Nose— the , Face. Lips, and Jaws — tho Teeth, Gums, and Mouth— the Windpipe and Chest —the Stomach and Bowel*— the. Urinary and Genital Organ— Diseases of Women— Trcatmont .of . Children Anatomy and Physiology— Hygiene and Hydropothy— Materia and Medlea — Domestic Surgery — Medical and Surgical Appliances— Dislocations andXuxitions— Frac- .tures — Glossary — Index. A clirst of medicines (book enclosed) £3 10s or £5 5s ; or with glass stoppers to nil the tinctures, £4 4s or £0 lis. JAMES EPPS and CO., Homoeopathic Chemists, 48, Threadneedl...

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TOUGHENED GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

- TOUGHENED GLASS. From Hie Gardeners' Chronicle. While alarm is .being felt in somo quarters to to tho appearance of a new scourge in potatoes, brighter pros peots appear In store for gardeners nnd others. It was a .great tiling for horticulture when, owing to tho removal of vexatious and burdensome imposts, the price of glass was lowered and its use Increased tenfold. Now a furthor boon is promised, in the shape of hardened or toughened glass— glass strong enough to resist, without breaking, | any blow or force to which glass vessels nr glass struc tures aro ordinarily exposed, and this without any dim inution of transluconey. Glass of this character was j known to the Romans, who wero even acquainted with flexible glass, but tho art of producing it was lost. Recently, however, a French gentleman, M. do la Bos tic, has devised n process for depriving glass of its brittlo ness, which, judging from what wo liave seen, bids fair to bo of tlie greatest importance to - all who havo to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

Mount Hope Copper Mining Company (Limited^) : ,.y. -VTOTICE.— A Call (the fourth) of One Shilling tier JlM Share has been roai'c- pajab'e on or before Friday r 8tli October, 1870, at the otfice of the company, Lachlan i street, Hav. . ' ! THOMAS CLAY, ' ? ;?-' Manager.'. Hay, 1st September, 187f. 143-99' Adjourned Meeting, OWING to the unfavorable, state of. ilie .wentlier, the meetirijr of subscribers, to The Stipend Fund for tlio Rev. E,:Crisford, wag adjourned to Mondny evening the 13th September, nt hnlf-past seven o'clock p.m., in tlie Drovere' Arms Hotel, Booligal. ' All subscribers ure requested 'toattend'. J. H. MACLUItCAN. 140-93 ? Hon. Secretary: TO'HOTELKEEPERS.— Notices under the Limited Liability Act required to be hung in. every bed room, and in the hall of all hotels, to be had at the Grazier Office, Hay, at 3s per dozen, post free. . General Post Office, 4 . . . Sydney - iWfA August, 1876. TENDERS for the conveyanco of Mails to and from— Denilinuin, Moulainein, and B...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

Parat-lb-Moniai. is to havo an International Church in honor of Mnrgucrito AMcoque, cud yarlous countries aro to bo represented in it each by a chapel de dicated to its patron saint. Tho remains of tho nun ore ? now enshrined in. the Chapel - of tho Visitation, a visit to which is thus described by n correspondent of tfie Tinics: — On the left - side of thi) altar, looking towanl^the congregntioni is the shrine of Marpuerite AlacoquerTho saintly lad/ in wax, and dressed in her religious garb, lies under a glass on a richly enamelled catafalque. Under the waxen exterior aro, I nra informed, tho. real hones of ? tho deceased. It is only in tho month of Juno that the case occupies its present position. During the remain der of tho year it reposes under the grand altar. Tho framework of tho case was this morning full of cards and notes invoking, I ;was told, the intercession of the saint for tho depositors. . -It is, moreover, a curious sight to see ouo of tho priests approach the shrin...

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THE BATES CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

THE BATES CHILDREN. f From the A ne. Sen. i!.'| - Returns to tue Full Court wore made, yesterday on ^habeas corpus, in re Ellen Bates and JUaiy Ann Bates, Mr Lawes and DrDobson appeared for the putativa fa ther, Mr Holrovd for the Rev. J. Mulhall, Jlr Walsh for Mr* Hall, and Mr Kellohor for the Rev J. Dalton. The returns to the writs hy Mr* Hall and the Rev. J. Dalton and J. Mulhall were read, being the samo as those used wnen me case ™ oeioro jur j usi ice uarry in cnamoers. They sat forth the circumstances under which the chil dren' came into the ifossessiOn of Mrs Hall. Mr Lawes' then moved that the children, who were in court, be hauded qver to their father. Mr Justice Barry said that If ho remembered rightly the affidavits showed that the paroiits'of the children were never married, and that question stood In the way. Mr Lawes said there was auch an admission in thu affidavits. Jlr Justice Fellows asked whether the return was neoessary to begin with. Mr Lanes contended that no ...

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THE LITTLE ARM-CHAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

, ? ? 1 ?. THE L1TTLF ARM-CHAIR. ; ? I [liir T1IK HKV. (JliOUdi; jAcquii] ? An old man tat in an o!d arm-chair. When ia their came with boisterous joy, Hli greafirrnudchihl, a little boy, — Who had i'oiind with delight a littlo nrmchnir I u nn old out-liouw, up hu old out stair ; Aud set It down by thu old imm tlicre. It had beon. nis.own in early years. And thoughts were irrowlnir everywhere From the dingy wood of that hauuted chair ; - And tho old inan,s eyes ran down with tears As he read that pictured hornbook o'er Which gave him back tho days of yore. In turn, his brothtra nnd sisters, ten, Had clairacd that chair, and called it their own; . And there each sat on his little throne — . A little race of great small men Like kings elsewhere, for a little space. Till ft rival cane and took his place. And mother set, with toy and shout. Hb own six aons and daughter* sweet, - Had kept possession of that sent THl' the' chair Itself had thrust them out A* thrusts Its teeming tenants fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

Australian Joint Stock Bank. hay~1raioe . ? DEPOSITS : RECEIVED on Current Acceunts, Interest allowed on Fixed 'Deposits at Cnrrent Rates^Bills-Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans ' Negotiated, and all otlier BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. : Tho Bank ; issues Drafts and Letters of Oredit upon its various Branches arid 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, i Manager. Australian Joint Stock . Bank. A BRANCH has been opened at NARRANDEltA for the transaction of customary banking business. (Signed) V. W. GIBLIN, ^ /' General Manacer. August 3rd, 1875. \ 99-08. B A N.K ,' ;0 P N JE W SOUTH W A h E S . . ' Capital, £1,000,000. ' Reseiivk Eukd, ^303,333 0a. 8d. ? ? : H A /Y B R ' A - N C 'H.; ?' ? DEPOSITS ? Ropoivod on ? Currout Account,' Intoroflt o.\s lowed on Fixed Doposlts, at Khtos whloh mfty bo i\a.r cortufno...

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MELBOURNE. September 4th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

' ' MELBOURNE. ' . (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) I 1 : September 4th. 1875. The great event of..thc. week lias .been the opening of the Melbourne exhibition. The day was proclaimed a holiday by the Government, and .tlte places of business were all closed. A largo and fashionable assemblage at tended the ceremony of opening the exhibition, which was penormed by the Acting Governor with all the grace and pomp which aro.usual on'sucji occasions. The ex hibits are not as numerous as we have had them on pre vious occasions, but no doubt these will be greatly in creased before the shipment of the goods for Philadelphia. A stranger visiting the building and taking- a. cursory surveyor the exhibits would haveliis eyes opened wide at the marvellous richness of our- products,- and the ad vance we have made in manufactures of' all' kinds. ^Ybether we are to credit our progress to protection, or deploro this policy as the cause of our not having shot further ahead it would be very hard to divine...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

The1 Early Clossing Associations in our large and lead-' ing citiesihave been productive of much good, not only to ths employed but also to the employers.- Even the 'pur chaser has found that closiqgsho])3 ot six o'clock in;thb* evening does not nt, all intorfore with llis 'convenience, and those who claim it as a just' tribute, to their own comfort and health are not the persons who Would exaot longer hours of labour Jroin others whom th'ey patronize in the way of business. . It is not a great' inconvbnienco for a person who requires' to 'make a purchase in a siiop where'the articles lie wants arc exposed for sale, to give his onlers before the hour of six o'clock in tho evening, so that those who stand on their feet all the day behind the counter, may have the remainder of the evening to themselves to recruit for the labour of the next. There is no housewife who cannot find time during the day to call on the storekeeper ior her goods, and if she is so lazy or so disorderly in her ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 September 1875

TO THE' EDITOR OF TIIE RIVERINE CRAZIER. Sir,— I have a suggestion to offer to the committee pf the Hay hospital.: I, 'one of the1 people, '.know the diffi culties the committee have to contend with, and discover ;the fact thatdh hospital capable of holdifag 15 patients, is now crowded by 21 or 22, and that the growine: uxpenses are too much for the revenue, why not bold an Hospital ' Sunday, whon all $10 denominations, will, bo, Represented? perhaps then the institution would not bo so much fet tered. , Yours, . ? Mechanic.

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