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By Electric Telegraph. Sydney, September 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

By Electric Telegraph. (mOll OUR OWH CORtllZRPftKDVVTfl.) . Sydney, September 14th. ? wnito's conviction has been sustained, but the point is to be argued on Friday whether Judge Hargravea has power to impose hard labor. A son of tne Minister for Mines died yesterday. Llama broke her neck end injured her jockey at the ? Consolation Race on Saturday. Mr Robertson, Chief Secretary, ts to be banquet ted fa Melbourne, whither he proceeded on Saturday* Vardy, the notorious solicitor, was- fined ibrtv sbillincrss for insulting language yeaterday. News from Now Guinea expedition has been receii-cdv but contains nothing important. The first Spelling Bee-fn Sydney takes place to-night, anothtr will be held to-morrow. A.J.C. Spring Mebtinc*— Randwick.. Fourth JDay, September lltb. Members' Handicap, Kismet 1 Waverley Handicap, King of the West 1 Steoplechase. Cronstadt 1 Randwick Plate, Richmond I Forced Haidicap, Myrtle 1

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

We published last week a letter, from tho Hon. Trca-: surer of the fundfpr the erection of an Athenmum in Hay, to JosephM'Gaw, Esq, Burrabogie, acknowledging the receipt ot £25 as a subscription to that ohjeot, which we hope our readers who are interested In the subject have read, and the spirit of which they jtfo preparing to emulato. ,The want of such an institution has long been felt', and several attempts to erect it have failed, till tho subject was undertaken by tho present committee, and especially its activc secretary. 1 1 Is not mcroly tho in habitants of Hay that require the Athenteum with its library and publio rooms, but also the country around. The complaint is often made by residents oh stations that readable books aro not easily obtained, and even the li terary trash that Is vended by hawkers, cannot bo had often, so that time hangs heavily on the hands of thoso who resido at a distance from a public library, and tho means of obtaining somo instructive or entertaining...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

! Mascmic\ Hall. | Professsor PeppeAs Panorama, ; ' AND \ ! WIZARD PERFORMANCE. Postponod' till THURSDAY, the 16th\instant. | To cominonca at Bight, Admission : Front Seats, 3s ; Back Seats, 2s ; CHildron, Half price. . V | The Athenaeum, E;ay. THE following Eubaeriptloni . towards tlie building of the Athemcum are acknowledged with thanks ? Mr J. McGaw, Burrabogie - £25 0 .0 f J. Andrew, liny - - 10 0 0 S ? J. Macgregor, Hay - - ? ? - ' 5 0 0 ' ' ? £40 0 0 I JAMES MACGREGOR, Hon. Treasurer. 1 ! ' 14th September, 1875. . 173-99 j ~ The Athe Aim. ~ A MEETING of tlie ComniitW whl be lield in the Court House; Hay, on FIpUjA^NIGIIT, the t] 17th inst., at 8 p.m. \ x i a - JOBp SOMPT, , | 14th September, 1875. . Hon. Sec. ] | \ ' Pound Sale. | )\ HORSES. A SUPERIOR LOT; !'( TTV)R SALE- on THURSDAY, lGth September, at J J} ? TWELVE O'CLOCK, at the pound. / ' G. BUTTERWORTH, 167-99 ' Poundlceeper. « Berlin Wool Work. '? TN GREAT VARIETY at JL . A. RAPHAEL'S, 150-100 Watchmaker, Hay. ' Mount...

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SYDNEY. September 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

SYDNEY. . PROM OUR OWN CORRBaPONnHWT. September 10 th. Two sensational topics have occuplcd the thoughts of the citizens this week,— the ' Tell it all' lecture of Mrs Stenhouse, and tha Randwick Races. The tele graph would havo communicated to you the result of the -Derby and other events. I havo only to add on that snbjcct, that tho interest manifested this year shows no signs of abatement. Tlie sight of tho crowds that rush out to Randwick shews that when the day comes that the Government, on behalfofthe citizens, will demand tho complete seclusion of tlio Botncy Watershed from all uses that interfere wiih tho nuritv of the water supplied to the metropolis, there will be a strong resistance against the abandonment of tho Rand wick race-coureo. But the railway has altered the as pect of tho question sincc Randwick was selected for this sport ; and it may bo possible to find-a place as good in every respect for the Metropolitan races as.that is. But perhaps many would rather have th...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

THE Membe\of tha Board of Sheep Directan for' the Hay district aro requested to attend « ' MEETING AT HAY ??': \ OK WEDNESDAY, the '6th OCTOBEB NEXT, ' ; 'at noon, to take. Into coriWderatlon the desirability of re taining or dispensing with the services of the District Inspectors. \ F. CHAMBERS, ' 160-100 . Chairman of Boh(d of Sheep Directors. Notice. v ALL STOCK not registered on the HayXIomnjon will be impounded at once. . 168-100 A'MACPHERSON^ ' Hdrses, Horses. MESSRS WIMINSON, HANN. MINCHIN and Co. have beeAfwored by Mr Chas. M'laugtllni wiui instruction! to Sell by publio auction / *t Cox's Hotel Yards, Hay, on Saturday 18th September.— Ahout 16 head of horees\ including really mod draught hones—and -the be?t hacks which have beea' fcronglit under the hammer fc^aome time nast In Hay. llie Auctioneers beg to Acommond these hoiMato Urn notice of those wishing to buysfirst-class stock. 170- ? Sale at half-past' Two^.m. sharp. ? Melbourne Cup,1875. THE Hay _ sweepstake on the abo...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

is piibliflied every Wednesday, at Hay, MurrimiBidgiee River, N.S.W. ^Subscription-. Mmum; or.8«. perquarter, payable in advance. ?. j Charges for Advertising^-. \ , j For .one insertion 3d. per. line of space. ?' | For every insertion after the first 2fditt». ? | Births, Marriages.,and Deaths, 2s, Cd. each.' '' .j' ? .. Specially favourable rates, for' stahdibir a4r»rtb»x i 'm'eiits, and for such as aro largely/displayed, Printed and published by: the, sole proprietor, Jonw ! ANDliisw„!at; fJio, .Riverine .Qrf^itm ofUee; -Snlt« . struptf H.By, in the «olony of ftevr Bauth

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MELBOURNE September 11th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

MELBOURNE fPROM OUR OWN CORRE*SPONnRNrt September 11th. 1875. Mr Berry has met Parliament and given an explana-: tion of tho circumstances that induced him to accept the formation of a ministry, and, also a sketch of tho policy lie Intends pursuing. The general appearance of things is far from encouraging to tho Premier, and it is littlo wonder that when he rose to addres£'the House his lips quivered and .his tones were far from reassuring. The members on each side were — 32 on the ministerial, and 30 on the opposition benches. The only bit of information afforded tlio House by the Hon. the Premier was that hAfl. -3!. TnmM hfnrtlllnnh XT- Xf ? ? 1 ? ? ? Smith and PurVes. refused to join his team, so he was driven into the ranks of tho awkwird squad, that form his sequence. Ho deplored the destruction of the bills that Mr Kerferd had In type when he left office, and the dis tribution of the type also so that there was nothing left for, him to begin the work of legislature. He has pro...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

MARRIAGE. ' At Hillston, Lachlan River, on the Gth instant, by the Rev. E. Crisford, Churchof England, Agnes, daughter .. of the Into William Jones, hotel-keeper, HobartTown, . to Mr George Taylor, fence contractor. ? DIED. Reed. — On the 12th instant, at Hay. William John, only son of William and Alice Reed, aged five months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

GENERAL , CARRIERS, FORWARDING, SHIPPING AND v .-r':.', ? ; . . INSURANCE 'AGENTS, Beg to inform tlieir numerous Friends' that 'they have opened, a ? . ;:vli^^.:;;-BKL4^-^'.'''''OE^cnE,-'VA.T ilvy, Under, the , Management of MR WILLIAM WILLIAMS, whose pre : ; - : mises tliey have taken. , ...- Complete arrangements will1 be made for the! prompt despatch of both Stores aiid Wool by Steamer or Teams. ' Ample Storage accommo dation provided at Iiay. . . Flour and, other produce supplied at the lowest current rates. ?''River-- Marine -'and- Fire -Insurances, effected on the most favourable, terms. 'Goods 'itnd Parcels forwarded to all parts of the world. ; - The /ollowi»t;- Is a -list of tlio boats under our agency ns at present arranged, anil it will bo further augmented bofore the season opeiis, viz::' ? ? i . ? ? ??? ? ? ;- Betwoen -Eciiiica ? and the Darling — The 'Jupiter,' 'Jauo Eliza,'- 'Maranoa, Wentworth, lady ? Daly/' .V Pride of the Murray,' Daris and Dorwood's ; new steamer,...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

.1. . HAY shipping. «!. ? I. ^c',uca on 'he 8th instant, and leavci to-night for ?Cumberdona arrived from South Australia on tho Oth ?PriJ^!a?ni',wl.SRi',e'1 'P ior Wngga on the Hth. Princess will, umve (ram up river on the lutli, with full Elizabeth will arrive here to-nieht from Echuca. Vhe sveifMJvrumbidgoe at Hay is 13 ft 0 hi. rising. At '^K^CieUf^t'U ^ feet rioiup, at Gundagai lut

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 September 1875

Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY~£KMCH, ? DEPpSITS RECEIVED on Current 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 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. BANK OF NEW SO. DIH WAI1E8 Capital, £1,000,000. Reserve Fund, £893,888 Cs. 8d. HAY BRANCH. DEPOSITS Received on Current Account, Interest al lowed on Fixed Deposltfl. at Kntea which mny bo as cortainod at tho offico. Bills Discounted, Cash Credits I granted, Advances made upon approved security, and all othor usual BANKING BUSINESS transacted. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit npon its various branches, and agencies throughout Now South Wales, Victoria, Queensland...

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HOW I WAS SAVED BY MY FLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

HOW I WAS SAVED BY MY FLOCK. from the Quccnslander. hneep are saw to be silly animals. I, for one, cannot join in that assertion. On the other hand, it fs to their sagacity that I owe my present happy existence. I will tell you why I have great cause to rememtur with gratitude the flock I once tended. Some twenty years ago— when tho rage for getting rich wns universal— I, like other silly sheep, wasever too ready to rush to thoso (frequently) ran fatui, gold fields. On, one occasion, after a long and lonely resi dence in the busli, I repaired to Sydney, for the purpose of spending, about the dreamland of her beautiful Bav, a short and SUnny holiday. One mnrainn- atnrtlinn- n*w- was brought to the boarding house where, with a num ber of other nomads, I was staying, concerning the dis covery of a new, and, of course, enormously neh, gold field. That very evening, accompanied by a mate— a splendid little Cornish miner— I embarked on board- a steamer to Morpeth, intending to reach the d...

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THE SPLITTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

THE SPLITTER. What's in a name J' A foncer is a splitter and ? . Gently, ray dear «ir, you were going to «ay, whea I so rudely Interrupted you, that a splitter is a fencer. Wrong, utterly wrong, as I shall now demonstrate to 7°U. 'Hie fencer only splits whats is nec«w«ry to him in ois calling as an erecter offences. Posts and rails are his speciality. I know many fencers 'who could not throw off a shingle or a stave, and as to palings they would be totally at sea. The splitter yer se ascends to tbo fine arts in his trade, If I may so designate the finer and more delicate work of running off shingles, palings, and laths. The true splittor will undertake to split any mmg you may require. He will even split hairs and 'traws on matters of professional talent, nnd will invari ably consent to split the difference with yon on a ques tion of pecuniary reward for his labor. By some peculi arity connected with the trade, most splitters are old men. I have seldom seen a young man in love with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

? General Post Office, Sydney, l'Jth August, 1875. npENDERS for the conveyance of Mails to and from— JL Deuilinuin, Moulamein', nml Bnlrnnald, via Moolpar twice a week, will.be ircuived at this Oiiico up to noon , on Monday, IHh October ni'xt.. . .. . For full' piu-ticitlars si-e Government Gazette, a file of whirh is kept at every Post Ollice in the Colony. 125-100- ? '? ????? ? T.F.BUHNS. B A Z A A R ??'. .',!?: ,:?:,. AT THE MASOXIC HALL ON \ ' Friday, October 8, and Saturday, October 9. A BAZAAR for the purposo( of providing funds to improve ' the' playground, and purchase prizes for the childreji.aHcndiug the Public School, will be held on Fridav,'8th'betol)cr, ' and Saturday,' i)th October, at' the Masonic Hall, which has been , kindly granted, free of charge, by' Mr' Sabtae; ','.'' ?? .1 ? ? ? . . There will bo, a varied 'collection of elegant foncy articles, and a large, assortment of .'useful things made by the children during the past eighteen I months, together withhahdso...

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By Electric Telegraph. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) FORBES. September 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

By: Electric Teleffranli. s ' (FROM OUR COHKBSPONDEJiTS.y --- ??-???' FORBES. ; September 20Ui. ? HIver Jojv, weatJierane. ? - — ?««V;:--:'VqundaGAI. ' ? ; ' ' ' --. '- ' -1 ? ? September 21st. Riv«r7ft.rClH-Vwe'ather like ruin. : .;.,.,...;. . SYDNEY. ? ' ?. . '...'-.'?' September 21st. Weather terrifically hot. ?. ? ? r\ -.''.? A number of houses in Petersham arc in flames, aad an extensive firohaa occurred in Kent street. . Insurance paid on Stinthnavor. Mr Robertson, has been feted in Melbourne, and at a bnnquent there,. he was applauded for free trade ideas, and Mr. Berry,, the Victorian Premier, ,was flouted for adherence to protection. Demonstrations iu favor of tuc Ministry are being hold all over -Victoria. ..'?-......? HeuryK; Shaw, for Raff and Co., was drowned.yss terday. .. ? ... ? ..Janauschekfs husband hai beep .avreated for breach of agreement.' ' . ,. ? .: ? ??? ? . Howard was sentenced ; to drnth'.fnr tin double murdor nt Frankslown. ' ' . ??'???????!???? Cattle ai...

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"I HATE TO GO ABOVE YOU." [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

«t;HATE TO GO ABOVE YOU.' |L)ne of Whittier a most charming poems,' School Days,' is devoted to showing tho re gret of a brown-eyed £»ew England girl at having spelled down ? tho little boy ? -'Her childish favour singled. ' * ' rm'sbrry that I'spelt the word, I hate to go above you, Because' — the brown eyes lower fell— ' .Because, you gee I love you' Still memory to a gray-haired man that sweet child-face is showing ; Pear girl, the grasses on her gravo Have forty years been growing. He lives to learn in life's hard school How few who pass nbovo him Lament the triumph and his loss — Like her — because they loved him. The Qubek v. Whits.— The full Court delivered ' judgment in this case yesterday tnorninpr. Their Honors unanimously held that nn nttempt to bribe a member of Parliament was a common law misdemeanour, and that the Information against White was good. The convic tion, therefore, is sustained. A question, however, has arisen, whether Mr Jnstics Hurgrave had power to im po...

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CHEER UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

OHEER UP- Neveb go gloomy, man with a tt\ind- Hope is a better companion than fear ; Providence, ever benignant and kind, [tear; Gives with u smile what vou tako ?with a All will bo right, Look to tho light, Morning was ever tho daughter of night ; All ♦lint wns Hank will hp nil tlint ia briirht. Cheerily, cheerily, then ? cheer up. Many a foo is a friend in disguise, Many a trouble a blessing most true. Helping the heart to bo happy and wise With lovo over precious and joys ever new ? Stand in the van, ? I Strive. like a man; . ,' This is the bravest and clovercst plan ; Treating in God, while you do what you can, ,t- - Cheerily, ? cheerily, then chenr up. ? L!: : ?'?' -' ' r Mi F. TuprEit.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

1 , Austtaiianj' | Joint Stocls Bank. '''-?it HAY~BRAN0E ''' 7' TvEPOSITS RECEIVED - on , Current x) Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates', Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans- Negotiated, and all 'dtlier' BANKING: ' BUSINESS' promptly Transacted. '':'. ; Tho Bank issues ^Drafts' 'and Letters1 of; Credit upon its various'' Branches and Agon cies throughout -.- ??,.?? - ?? ??- ? ? NEW SOUTH WALES, :?' ? . . yi.CTOEIA, ? . , ,.r. . QUEENSLAND, ; ' '.. SOUTH AUSTRALIA,' ' ? ?' ?'- : ? TASMANIA; ?' ;..'' ,';,:%., '?: ;/.;„.:'.'. ,NEW; ZEALAND.;,:: }.:[,„ Also upon all tlio Principal Towns in 'fee United Kingdom.' ' ???.?:.-..' .. ' ' JAMES MACGREGOR,;'; ;; ?'??? ? ' - ? , .'..?:? ??;: Manager.:.:, BA.NX. OP.iNEW 8OU.TH' WALE'-'s ..CAr-tiit, £ 1,000,008. .''.''? : ' ;;.. ? ' nESKiiVE Fusd, £803,883 0s. 8d. .. ' ??. H A Y B R' A 'iN' C- It. .' DEPOSITS Received on .Carront Aocouut,' Intorcot nl l6wodonFiioaDopoBits,at Kntoa which may bo ns-1 certaino'd a...

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GLUCOSE—A NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

i GL-OCOSE— A NEW INDUSTRY. , ' '''? (From the Aqe.) ?'?''..: ; As representing a particular industry; and one likely, at no distant date, to become acclimatised iu the colony/ there has been recently placed in the Exhibitiou a very fine specimen of glucose. Of tho naturo of this sub stance, and its applicability to purposes of manufacture, perhaps few of our readers jire aware, and a Jew particu ars respecting it may, therefore, be of interest. Glucose in appearance resembles, and might easily be mistaken for cheese. In color and consistency both are almost inuenticai, tueuiuerence Deing only discernible by tasting.. The flavor, however, is unmistakable. Glucoso is malt or grapesugar solidified by various scion tific processes, and ismadefrom grain, .potatoes or any other ifarinaceous product. ? It is used very extensively by brewers in Eng land and on the Continent as a substitute for cane sugar, but hitherto has been little known in Victoria. (Jane sugar, it is well known, contai...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 September 1875

Five thousand pounds have been appropriat ed, by our Parliament for , the purposo of erecting a Gaol. at Hay. Of all the votes for the current yoar^s, expenditure. there- are few for works of such urgent importance as tho .orection of a Gaol at Hay.- The district is extensive, and .the number of prisoners at tiraos far exceeds tho accommodation pro vided, in' two small cells, each eight 'feet by,' ten' foet, arid, : . although^' ? tho male sex are tho principal traugressors, .i -Istill : sometimes a female has .to be locked up, in which case- all the 'ihales- liiive to be hnadlcdinto one den ; in-cold winter weather this .is not of ,.yery great moment, but, as of--: ten occurs, when a number liave to be crowded .togetho'r.'in such a' confined /space .in 'our. broiling summer, with tho'thermomoter at 98 'degrees all- ? through' : the1 night, the' punish ment of half 'a'dbzon ormord being lociicd up in such'holes, ;is far more severe arid in juribuB t-han British law- of- the present ...

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