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BOXING DAY CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

BOXING' DAY CRICKET MATCH, The scratch match advertised last week cahic off on the ITay Race course, cach side being captained by Messrs. Brandon and Milne respectively. The day was .fine, nnd the cricketers enjoyed an excellent game. Captain Brandon bad a refreshment^ tent on tho ground, where the wants of the players and spectators were well supplied. The fol lowing is the score : — ? Mr. Milne's Side. — First Innings. A. Harridgc, st. Brandon, b Mensforth ... 7 J. Busli, b Lakenian ... ... ... 0 A. Pcarcc; b Lakeman ... ... ... 0 P. Milne, lbw., b Mensforth ... ... 10 Joseph Pearce, b Lakeman ... ... i W. Pcarcc, b Mensfortli ? ... 1 W. M'Gill, b Mensforth ... ... ... 0 C. Dwight, b Mensfortli ... ' ... ... 2 T. Pcarcc, b Lakeman ... ... ... 1 Brooks, 1) Mensforth ... ... ... 1 J. Herrick, not out . ... ... ... ' 3 Gibson, b Mensforth ... - ? 0 No ball, ... ... ... ... 1 Total ? 27 Second Innings. , W. Pcarcc, st. Brandon, b Mensforth ... 11 P. Milne, c Simpson, b Lakeman ... 11 ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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MELBOURNE, 27th December, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

1 ' MELBOURNE, ' i ( FROM OUR OWN COUUESrONDnNT.) 27th December, 1873. I . The dccisioli of .Judge Molesworth 011 tlio matter of what constitutes a ' habitable 1 dwelling' is rich in Irish humour. . His | lionor, no doubt with shadowy remembrances of ' Auld Lang Syno' in his native soil, tells .the world that such a dwelling is properly defined and exemplified by a bark hut built on a mcaring with a bag for a door, and a , hole in tho roof to let out tho smoke. His countryman recommended his understandings j on, the scorethat tliey had ono hole for lot-. ' tiiig the water in and another lor letting it out ; 'a'-great convenience 110 doubt to an Irish^ ' than,' biit surely an Australian' would not feef' ..at homo in a hut wit'n nothing but a piece of bagging for a door that you' could blow a pea through, nnd the light of King Hoi contend ing with the sooty atmosphere inside for pre eminence. It would be a sight for the gods 'to sec his honor with his blooming counten ance, and his cr...

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SHEEP FARMING IN THE TROPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

SI-IEEP -FARMING IN ' THE TROPICS. In the history of industrial en terprise it liiust be a phenomenon' almost without precedent, that a pursuit upon which money has been expended by millions of pounds, -in which, thousands of hard working men have laboured, and which was spread over an area at least ioiu' times the sizes of Ireland, should in th a course often short years, have collapsed utterly and hopelessly. And yet this has been the case with, sheep farming in the far north of Queensland. ' . . . . ? The chief cause of this general failure in .sheep farming is a curi ous one, and very little known in England. It is not the heat — the. Peak Downs have a summer temperature ranging to 15 degs. higher than that of the more northern table lands ; it is not drought-, for we know when to ex pect our dry seasons, and rain never entirely fails us ; it is not exclusively scanty or improper pas ture, though this is a very general defect in the north ; nor is' it all these conditions put to...

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CUDGELLICO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

. CUDGELLICO RACES. I lhoso races came of as advertised on Dec ccmbcr 26th 1873, the following is 'theroport Qf our correspondent : maiden plate. Mr. M'Fco's gg Chance - - - 1 Mr. Dolling's b g Myaliall - - - 2 - cudqellico handicap. Mr. M'Fco's Blondin- - - - 1 Mr. M'Fco's Modesty - - - 2 -iieefetib' purse. Mr. Budd's Snorter - - .. . 1 Mr. Scanlin's Gaffer Groy - ' - - 2 town tlate. Mr. M'Ncllis' Snip r - - ; - . l Mr. M'Ncllis' Little Morgan - - 2 LADIES' I'UltSE. Mr. M'Nellis' Little Morgan - - 1 Mr. Budd's Modesty - - - - 2 Mr, M'Fee's Yellow Jacket - - 3 HACK RACE. Mr. M'Neill's Miss Emily - - - 1 Mr, Burns' Trial - ^ - - 2

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Dec. 31, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Dec. 81, 1873, A lioavy thunder storm descended on Hay ami neighbourhood, on Sunday afternoon, but bo lar ns wo can learn, it was confined within very narrow limits. Tho weather continues very warm, with occasional cool breezes from the south. Messrs. Blewctt & Co., report Bale, through Waggu agents, of !1,200 uwes, to Mr, John Davison, near Wagga, Our Maude correspondent, under date 2 8th inst., writes — On tho 24th, a mob of Coan Downs sheep, 4G00, crossed tho punt in ' charge of Mr. Noolan,' now travelling for Alma, There will cross to-morrow, tho 29th (100 head of mixed store cattlc, for the Billa bong and Edwards, in charge of Mr. Thomas . ' - Iveighrau ; they have travelled down tho Lacli lau from nbovo Booligal j also a mob of 4000 sheep from the back blocks will cross in eliargo of Sir, Gilbert. 330 fat cattle (Molos . ? worth Bud Ware's), Butlor in charge, crossed at Hay, on Friday, 20th ; samo day 8,000 breeding ewes crossed the pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

Important Notice. , BEE HIVS -STORE; ?. HAY. . WL. ? SMITH has much pleasure in ? intimating to' his numerous customers ;nnd the public at' large that he has JUST RECEIVED .ox ' Wentworth,' ' Cum ' beroona,' ' Corowa,' ' Alfred,' .8 Cases Millers' Molo Trowsers,' G do Men's iSummer Clothing, 4 do Fancy Lustres, 2 do Fancy Dclains, 3 do New Patterns, Cheno Lustres,1 2 do French Brocades, G do Diaper Prints, G Cases Plain Prints, from 4d. up wards, G do Fancy and Book Muslins, 2 do Men's Straw Hats,' 2 do Women's dodo; nlso, 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 tlie first Warehouses in Melbourne, and each Article .can be guaranteed. Squatters sup plied at prices not to be competed with out of Melbourne. Hawkers supplied at prices to tdefy competition. , - ' W,.L.S. in opening his SUMMER STOCK .?would 'beg respectfully to Thank his numerous .-customers and the public gener...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. 22ND DECEMBER, [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT, 2snd December, Jlie ordinary side was anticipated tins week being hold on Monday in place of Wo(L nesday in consequence of Christmas holidays, pnd no market will now be held until 5th Jan uary. Tho numbers forwarded for tho week ?Were 9961ieadfat cattle, 73 cillvos ; 1G,607 fat phoep ; 3,005 lambs. The cattle went 10s, to 20s, per head ovor last woek's rates. Fat pheep mot Is, iidyauoe for prime ; there wore 3,243 sold to gra^jors, 10,020 to the trade, and 2,234 turned out unsold, The following aro the salos of Riverine stock collated from tlie rpports of the various agents i — Fat Bullaohs i 300, (John Boll Si Go's, Merunglo), £9 lgs, 294 from Wagjn Go* Wimbee, Murrumbidgee, #10 4s, Fat Sheep ,- . 2UU0 wothors, Peppin & Sons', 1,300 ewes and wethers (John Dipkson's, Cooroonboon), price not statod, Balanco of a middling lot of wotlicrs from Riverina, Gs. 2,624 wethers (P. Tyson),- 10s, 2,995 wethers (Wlnttingliam Bcos, & Haines, Bel Jingerambl...

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HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Dec. 31,1873, [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Dec. 31, 1873, Dec. 2Gth,=7?iwi'i;irt arrived from Echuca with timber for Messrs, Witcombe Bros,, and general cargo, J. Forsyth, agent, 27th, — -Corowa arrived from Echuca with - pilos for bridge approaches, flour and general ' cargo. Same agent, 30tb. — rtfiverina left Hay for Echijca, The Pearl, from .Hay, passed Swan Hill on 26th inst, Qorowq is still at tl|o wharf loading wool, ? tallow, ijnd hides, Tho Mfred is oxpectod to nrriyo' tomor row, ?The Pearl will Iefivo Echuca on or about Stli January, The River Murnunbtdgeo {s f foot 'above , summer level, The Rivor Darling on Dcc. 20 was sta tionary at 10 inches above summer lovel,

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A Happy New Year. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

SI 30nji]nj fttn 'par. ' There is a nice quarrel at proscnt going on between tho Executive and tho Parliament on a point of Constitutional law wliicli may assume more important proportions than we dream of before it is finally disposed of. It seems that Captain Rossi, the commauding officer of the Goulburn volunteers, has a higlior idea of his own importance and the respect due to his office, than those who have placed themselves under his military guid ance, nnd lience, amongst other things, ho requires that all the amateur soldiers of his company shall salute him with military honors when they meet him whether they are on duty or not. To this his company object, fis well as to the imperious tone of the captain's mnnner of speech and affcct.'d superiority, This little difficulty has run to such lengths that a small rebellion has been tho issue, and ilic facts of tlie case have been laid before the Governor-in-Council. No notice being taken of the complaint thus mado by the force, r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 31 December 1873

CHristnias Fruits ! Christmas Fruits !! AT THE BEE HIVE STORE. WL. SMITH begs to inform ? tlie Public that lie lias JUST RECEIVED ex ' Murrum bidgee ' and otlier late arrivals, a large and varied collection of CHRISTMAS' FRUITS, Of every description, which he is now selling at extremely LOW PRICES. COME AND SEE THE MONSTER PLUM PUDDING ! ! T COME AND SEE THE GREAT NOVELTIES FOR I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ON -THE Shilling Table, At the BEE HIVE STORE: Lach lan Street, Hay. - 58^L GRAND VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT At CARTER'S Lyceum Theatre 'THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, . 1st, 2nd, and 3rd January, 1873. WHEN-' the following talented artists will appear : — . , . . ? Miss ADA WENTWORTII Mr. W. RAYNOR 'Mr. G. BURGESS ' BOLENO BROTHERS. Assisted by several well-known Local Ama teurs; who have kindly volunteered their ser vices on this occasion. ADMISSION BY TICKET ONLY. Musical Conductor - - Mr. G. Mansfield Cornet - - - Herr Von Plummer Pianist - - . - Mr. CharlOs Henry Auld Lang Syne ! 82-10 M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

E OR. SALE a few .PURE ANGORA BUCKS.. Apply GEO., JAS. TURNER, ; .' 80-15 ? Angora, Booligal. To Let, A FOUR-ROOMED BRICK-COTTAGE ' in Simpson Street. Apply to Mr. B U T TERWORT.H or Mr. J O H N ANDREW, Grazier Office. BAUME AND BRYSON, Photographic Artists, : (Late of Swanston Street, Melbourne,) BEG to inform the inhabitants of Hay ? and surrounding districts that they have opened their . PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOM next door to Mr. Blowett's store, Lachlan st. Portraits from life-size to smallest mina tiire, in oil or water colors:'1 ' FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. 73-10 .-? ' -,'.'. . OH REWARD will bo given to whoever Xii will; bring the BAY HORSE branded DOW over 0 off shoulder ; WH over pot hook near should 0, to , CHARLES COX,. ' 7.4 tt . .' Caledonian Hotel, Hay. ; Reed & Dobspn, ', WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -FRUITERERS, ERUITand OYSTERS received frosli ' three times a week. ORDERS from the COUNTRY will receive prompt attention by REED&DOBSON. ' . . ' (Opposite the Court Ho...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS . '? ? ?, . (ifROM THE DAILY 1'ArF.nS.) LoNoo»,-27th Dec— The wool stocks arc almost exhausted, but, . the market is flat. The rate of discount '.is. at, 4-i per cent. The bank exchanges are favourable. -The corn market' is steady, and Adelaide wheat in good .demand. Copper is quiet at late quotations. , lm lias unproved m price ; .. ? Strajts is quoted at £120. London, 28th Dee. — The Times, comment ing on the New South Wales free-trade bud : get». says that Sydney hns got, the, start of Victoria in the right direction, ' and antiei 'pates.that, unless the protective policy is speedily abandoned, Melbourne will.be com mercially outstripped ; this crucial experi ment in. economical history is being watched (With universal. interest, aud the Times caniiot ,i)pubt the result. The Earl of Warwick, .disapproving of :Dr. Hayman's dismissal, ?' has reared from the governorship of Rugby School. . . ... Lo-VDpN,.?pth Dee..— H.R.II. the Duke of Edinburgh',' ,who ;is to be ...

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IS IT YOU? [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

IS I T Y 0 U ? BY A DKESSMAKEK. George and Nellie Bradley live in a little house on Mr. Denton's farm, where they find it very hard work to solve the problem, ' How to make both ends meet.' They have been married three or four years, and have two children — a little girl of two years, and a baby boy of six months old. George is Denton's ' hired man.' He is broad-shouldered, strong handed, industrious, and of steady habits. Nellie is a bright and sensible young woman— busy, patient, and cheerful. She used to work in a village shop for the support of her widowed mother and herself ; and was a most dutiful daughter, but, unfortunately, had no oppor tunity to fit herself for the duties of her married life. She had been married but a few weeks when her mother died, leaving her in her in experience to learn the varied cares and duties of a farmer's wife. She believed 'where there's a will there's a way,' went bravely at her work, and was just beginning to conquer its little difficulties w...

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FASHIONS OF WEDDING CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

'.FASHIONS. OF .WEEDING ;; , The bride and bridegroom ot an cient Home tasted a cake made of . flour, salt, and water, in the pre sence of the High Priest and at least ten witnesses. At this cere mony the Roman bride held in her loll hand three wheat-ears. The - cake referred to was made of corn , aour, and was sometimes broken over the head of the bride. Ctirn,' the symbol of plentifulness, has had a long reign at, marriage festivals. For many years -English girls ap peared at the church porch, fol lowed by a train of damsels, each carryicg corn in some form — coro- nals , of corn ears, whole grains, or small fragments of broken biscuit or cake made from it. * ' It was the custom to drop the corn upon the head of the bride upon her return from church. As a matter of course, the kernels fell to the ground, and were eagerly sought for by her friends or were distributed among the uninvited spectators. Now and then a custom that we have associated only with the civil ised world appears...

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HAY NEW YEAR'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

HAY .NEW YEAR'S DAY RACES.' ' JnitsT Day,' TirunsDAY, January 1st, 1874. Tho.se races caine off as advertiscdj 'and ilrcw a large iiumber of spcctators.on thefirst day, but the w-?:ither was fiercely hot— the ground was burning hot, and' the sun like a iii ;ry furnace, so the people looked like so n'vany Salamanders out for a holiday. In tlie aV'sence of the Mayor, Messrs. . Theodore 'Watson, F. W- Keed, and Blewott acted .as Jir- Igcs. Mr. Stijbinc conducted the stewards' boi tli,' Mr. Brand on No. 2 booth; a,nd: tliefe wciei fruit and refreshment stalls, all of which, were much in rciTaest, but few gamblers apV 'peai; ul on thognmnd, and they did not do! hmch» On the, second day;- Mr. Parker.'s bi,g'- Clod luopper, won the trotting vaco in grand gtylo,, returned past tho winning.' posK (and ;^ropi' ed down. dead, thus gamely finishing a' Ijfo-of j thirty years, duration— as we .are' in fp,rmod — a ? protest., n-as , euterpd against .[ his, i lining idleclared the-wiiincr as he had...

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ALL-ENGLAND v. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

ALL-ENGLAND v. BALLARAT. The All England Eleven, tackled 22 cricketers at IJallarat, commencing on. 1st inst. The Englishmen went first ' to the wickets, which' they held for two days. The following is the total score : — AM.-KN-OX.AXD KfcEVKJf. Jupp, c Sweeney, 1) Wills ? 23 W. G. Grace, c* H. Figgis, b Cosstick 12G Greenwood, b Keii/3all ... ... ... 6'2 Gilbert, b Cosstick ... ? 2 G. F. Grace, c Kendall, b Hunt ? ... 112 Oscroft,run out ? .' ..- ... ... G5 ??- Boult, c Willimnson. b Kendall : ... 8 M'lntyre, b Hunt ... ? ... : ... 0 Lillywlii'te,;ljy W-ills ... ... ... 17 Busli, b Cosstick '... ... ,. .... 23 JSbuthertqii, not out ... ?'?? ... .... 15 Sundries ... ... ??? -?? 11 Total -.'..- ... ... ... 470 By our Sydney telegram it will be seen that the' Balliirat 22 j had only made 174 when the All-England Eleven were declared the winners. ...: ,.;

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CUDJELLICO. Dec. 31st, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

OUDJELLICO. ' ' . ,, (from qur own ooR'nKs'roNptfNT.y ? ;,: ': -. -1.: ?'?? ' ? :?- ?-'??? ?? 'Dec. 31st;i87;5.^ ? -fEyorything- in the mining way; ?hasippon so' dull for the last fortnight, that I have not. Written to you, ...... '? . . ?...'...*...;.' We are just getting over the Christmas liolidays, and preparing to spend the New Years day at Uabalo.ig, --'here there are two days races... . ... .- _ ,,.. , '--....; '? The. races ori; Boxing. Day passed ;off yory! well, and there was a ball in the evening, which was well attended. ; We had a frightful storm of wind on the 24th. A house, built for an hotel, that had just been finished1 at the cost of about £400, ' was almost, entirely blowiudown, -anti every house felt its effects, more or less. On; Monday, 'the claims will again cbm mence work, and I hope next letter will have some mining news. ?

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

'': Messrs. .Goldsbrougii & Co., report, Dec. 31fit, 1873 :— Wool,— A consiijerable quantity has changed hands during the month,- 33,430 bales haying been catalogued at the salfjs, p,f which 21,000 bales have been ?sold, either at auctiqn or by private contract. Prices for the ticst descriptions continue firm at last month's rates, but inferior to average sorts must be quqted lp,wer, in consequence pf the reductiqu which has hqen established at the Jfaveinber sales i|) Lpndon. During the past fortnight, there has been an increased ?demand for gqod, lighticqnditioned clips^ in ? the grease^ for America ; and two ships, the .. Prince Arthur and tljo Laura, are'now loading for Boston and New Fopkj whilst anothpr vessel is aljqut to he laid pi) the berth. The Maggie Losiie sailed on t^.e 10th ultimo for New York with 2(J01 pales,' and the ships now lqading have about 8000 bales more en gaged. The export pf wool, from Melbourne and Gpelong- to date, consicieralily exceeds that of...

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THE BORDER DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

' ? : THE BORDER DUTIES, , The Aye- of Thursday January 1,1874, at ;ho close qf a leader on the New South'. \V ales revised tariff says :— ' It will be the duty of' Mr. Francis, if on close -observation ]\e noticed iny danger arising to our Riyerina1 trade froni Lhese tariff changes, ib talce step's to abrogata the Border treaty without delay. The pur pose which that treaty was intended to serve,. ns far as the commercial intercourse of Victoria with Riveriua is ^concerned, will cease to be urgent by reason of the abolition of the ad valorem duties. At the same time the abrogation of the Border treaty will have the effect of enabling our Government to put in operation, with respect tq our, inland trade to Riverina, the system ;6f\ drawbacks, which is at present limited to' exports by, sea. Under suck an arrangement our merchants could transmit their goods across the Mur ray with the same facility, and advantage that they now possess under the. /Border trbaty.' :: This :is so.i.phvip...

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TELEGRAM. SYDNEY, Jan. 6, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

\' TELEGrRAM. (FKOil OUJl OWN OOlUtESl'ONDENT.) ' SYDNEY, Jan. G, 1874. The Border Duties treaty has been an nulled by the Victorian Government ; it ends with this mqntlu Ballarat Cricket Match.— The AllEng land Eleven made 470 in their first innings ; Ballarat Twenty-two had made 174. All Englaiid wins. Sydney ca'bman's strike continues in con sequcncciof fho Commissioner's decree for ?the reduction- of tores. Tublic sympathy: is with the cabmen, notwithstanding the ineon yenieuce.- iondon corn market has an upward ten dency. Adelaide flour, from ship's side, 68s. Spain. — ^Siguor Castlar having insisted on the abolition of slavery,- the Cortes re- ' '*' jected the-proposition, and; Castlar resigned. General Havila has, by military force, dis solved the Cortes, and summoned all parties except the .'Ca'rlists and Intransigents to the new Government.

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