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HAY POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

HAY POLICE COURT.           Oct. 25.— Patrick Ryan, profane language. Fined 10s., or 48 hours' imprisonment.   James Stewart, drunkenness. , 5s., or 24 hours.   Oct. 27. — Wm. Prenderfield, obscene lan- guage. Fined 20s. or 7 days. Same, for resisting the police, fined 40s. or 5 weeks' imprisonment. John Sullivan, indecent language. 10s. or 3 days.         Edward Benson, for being drunk. 10s. or two days.       Christopher Cavenagh, drunk. 10s. or 2 days     Oct. 28. — Richard Gilbert pleaded guilty   to being drunk, was fined 5s. or 24 hours. Robert Chambers, for using profane lan-   guage, was fined 10s. or 48 hours.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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A WORD ABOUT OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 October 1873

A WORD ABOUT OURSELVES. It is due to the public as well as ourselves that the principles which shall guide us in conducting the Riverine Grazier should be clearl' and definitely understood. The journal is published with the view of furnishing our readers with all the information available col- lected and collated from all parts of the world on pastoral and agricultural matters. We shall present our readers with the views and experiences of those who have made such subjects their study, and who are, therefore, entitled to speak authoritatively ; and as we have made arrangements with persons who are an fait on those matters, we can confi- dently promise that our pages will supply valuable and extensive information. Nothing that can benefit our readers will be witheld or overlooked. In politics we shall be liberal conservative, doing no violence to existing interests, but keeping abreast of the spirit, and progress of the times, and following the course adopted by Providence for the se...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. ? (I'T.OM TUB DAII.V l'ArKHS. ) London, 24th Oct.— ilie lingnsli cricketers left in the mail steamer for Melbourne. - A Conservative candidate has been elected for Hull, ?' ?24tii Oct.- — -Major General Sir Garnet Wolselev has arrived at Freetown, and an. expedition to Coomassic, the Ashantee -capital, has been decided. 011. '25th Oct. — The wool sales closed finnly ; 106,000 bales -were catalogued, and of that number the foreign buyers took 4500 bales ; the scarcity of stocks stimulated competition ; combing pieces aro lid. dearer than at the August sales; clothing sorts unchanged j lambs, half-bred, have improved a penny ; the next scries will be held 011 27th 'Novem ber, and the prospects are favorable. ' The wheat market is quiet. The copper jnar ket is without noticeable alteration, but stpeks of Australian copper arc low ; prices-— £93 -fo £04. ' Tin remains quiet- at '£122, to £124. Tallow lias declined. The rate of discount is 7 per cent. Money is in less...

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MELBOURNE, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday, November 1, 1873. MELBOURNE SPRING MEETING, 1873 FIRST DAY, Nov. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

' ! MELBOURNE, (FH0;M OUR OWN COIIIIKSI'OS'DKXT.) Saturday, November 1, 1873. . MELBOtTRNE SPRING MEETING, 1873 ?i Pinsx Day, Nov. 1. , Melbouunk Stakes. — A' sweepstakes of 5 eovs, each, with 75 added. One- mile and a quartej'. ? . Dagv, 'firth ... ... ... 1 Atlanta ... ... ... 2 Victorian ...- ... ... 3 IIotham H andicap — A sweepstakes of osovs. each, 2 ft., ivith 100 added. For 3 vrs old aiul upwards. Olio mile and a half and a distance. . . . Imperial .., ... ... 1 Nimblefoot ... ... ... 2 King Tom, ... ... 3 Thk Maiudyhnono Pi, at i! — -A sweepstakes of 30 sovs., h ft., with 300 added by George Petty, Esq., and 300 by the' Y.Il.C. The second horse* to receive 100 sovs., and the third to save his stake. Five furlongs. Stockbridge ... ... ... 1 Jack... ... ? 2 Victorian ... ... ... 3 The Victoria Dkriiy — A sweepstakes of 25 sovs. cach, 5 ft., with 500 added. The second horse to receive 50 sovs., and the third to save his stake. One. mile and a half. . La^iidist ' ... ... ... 1 ...

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(FROM THE AGE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

(FK°M THE ACJB.) A meeting of woolgrowers was held yes terday at', Menzies' hotel, for tho purpose .of settling :iii a satisfactory m.r.rnor tlio question of the -'H.bolifioh.;- of draft,---- -Twenty-five pastoral tenants of tho Crown wero present, Mr. James Cochrane occupying -the chair. Last year the woolgrowers decided that what is technically known as draft should be abolished ; .the wool buyers iu Melbourne ac cepted tlie position and endeavoured to in duce flic -woolbrokers in England to' adopt, the .rule also, but have been 'unsuccessful. Tho consequcucc is that buyers in Melbourne, when their wool reaches England, have to put up with the loss of 1 lb. in every cwt, of fleece. This is considered to be ? very unfair, and an agitation having, for its aim .the re-, turn --to the old system of allowing draft eventuated ill tho meeting held yesterday. The-, woolgrowers,. however, remained . ob durate, and decided that they would not al low aiiy'draft in the sale of wool for the fu...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

MELBOURNE. (l^U)M OUlt OWN C'0 Hit ICSrO-VDKXT.) . We have more than the usual amount of .excitement in town at the present time, for what with political intrigues, the coming race J'or the blue ribband of the Victorian- turf, a number. ol' acculciitg and -offences out of. the we.kly ratio, the gqssippcrs are very busy Yoi;i' Chief Secretary, Mr.. Parkes,, is still on the qui vive with ' - Victoria,- cautiously and jealous.'/ taking stock 'of our legislation. He telegraph- fld the other day to our man, at the helm that' xio . hail issuetl a proclamation against the importation of stock into. Kow South' Wales from .Yictoria because1 j\fr- jFraneis permitted stock to be imported' froih Xew Zealand into Victoria. That.-yas a 'fine chance for Mr. Par.Yx's to have a slap, at Mr, Francis, and at tlio same time pret'ervo his presiiga for paternal ' Interest in 'his, pvnpria, terra. Mr. Francis lcst\n'o time in taking 'stock of Mr. Parkes, iL--i in issuing a pro clamation prohibiting all sv...

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MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

'J MOAMA. fpnoa': our ov.-s connESPoxnEXT.) The telegraph office has been re-opened at Moania, in' premises adjoining the Junction Hotel. '

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 4th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

TELEGRAMS. ' i ... . .SYDNEY. , . ' (I'jtosr OUR OWN OOnllKSI'ONDENT.) ' I Tuesdav. 4th November.' Pakis, 2nd-' Nov.- — Paris news to Sunday,' Cointe' do Paris lias declared that lie will not make au;y concession to constitutional principles. 'The expected triumph of the legitimists is 'thus overthrown ; the prospect of a monarch}!' is at an end. Left Centre de maud conso'j'dation of the . Republic Tho press almost universally recommends exten sion of McMfnhoii's power as president. - QUEENSLAND. Warwick.; 4 tli Nov.— 15G tons tin ore from Stanthorpe fire ready for transmission to port.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

Printed- and published by the proprietor. .'John Andiiev, at, ihe Wharf Store, Hay, .Js'ew South Wales,

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ARTIFICIAL RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

' ARTIFICIAL RAIN. I A short time since a compnny of gentle men, interested in the. development of. agri- ' culture, met at Stoke Park, near Slough, the seat of Mr. E. J. Coleman, in order to inspect Mr. Isaac Brown's novel system of shower irrigation applied to pasture. A report appeared in tho Time?, from which we pro pose' to1 extract the more material facts. Air. Isaac Lrowu is connected- with the British River Irrigation Company, India-buildings, Edinburgh. His process consists in forcing water through small perforations in lead pipes, -by means of a powerful;. force pump. The lead pipes arclaiil down sixteen yards apart ; a 12-horse power engine works one ' of Tan gey's force pumps. With' a pressure of CO to' 701b. per square inch,, or a head of 128 or more feet, the engine maintains a shower upon a plot of about an acre and a half, applying ten tons of water in fifteen minutes. Plot after plot is watered in- rota tion, the work- taking plaoc'principally in the night. Six acre...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

l-'ie Lai Lai Lignite Company have sue-; ceede.d in making charcoal from' the li.sruite, and it is tound very suitable, for iron founders' , work. ? ? ' . ? Inn Jfuryboroityh Standard gives ratlicr a ? poor account of the- crops in that district. In the Moolort district, on many farms where the yield of oaten hay Was supposed to be trom thirty cwt. to two tons per acre, it is now ascertained that the yield per acre will not be It is said' that the disease ' take . all is the cause. In the Eddington dis trict, the . crops are equally deficient. Bad drainage, over-cropping, and tlie want of rain, are said to be the causes of failure in this dis ? trict. Many of the crops in the neighbour hood ot Garisbrook are said to be very, indif ferent. At Axedale the crops are in waut of rain; 'In the Bung Bong neighbourhood, .drought is boginniug to tell upon 'the oats', ?which generally stand drougut better -thiiii;: oats. -. ? ??' ' ? ? ?? ? ? . -' A Y®!,Y Sa(l accidont occurred at the Bank of...

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA IN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

PLEUROPNEUMONIA IN CATTLE. The chief cause of the outbreaks which occilr from time to time in England is the introduction of fresh stock, which have been drafted from infected herds, and sent to fairs and markets for sale. Acci dental communication of the infec tion has happened.in a few instances from the breaking away of animals from infected herds,, owing to the defective fences or badly fastened gates ; such accidents, however, are of so little importance that they need not enter into the calculation of preventable causes. Indirect in fection is in the case of pleuropneu monia unknown, or at least only of possible occurrence when the most exact precautions are taken to in sure the' contact of the virus with the respiratory surface of a healthy beast. The introduction, into the. nostrils of cotton w'ool which has just previously been put into the same part of the diseased ox, or the mixture of the morbid fluids from the diseased lungs, in the forru of spray, with the air which an...

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DR. JACKSON ON CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

DR. JACKSON ON CONFES SION. The Bishop of London has re turned a lengthened answer to a memorial of the Rev. W. Howarth, the rector of St. George's, Hanover square, that laborious and 'success ful parish priest, nrlw- with his vestry is greatly exercised by the spread of Confession. The right rev. prelate, aftei\ recapitulating many well-worn common-places, concludes his letter as follows : — . 'The memorialists a-slcme, finally, to exert all my power and vigilance to protect them and their families from the threatening danger of the restoration (of auricular Confession. While admitting to the full my duty of using- any power committed, to me of preventing or discouraging all doctrine and practice contrary to the teaching and mind of 'our Church, 1* 'must point out that a Bishop's power, especially in regard to the matter of Confession, is .very limited, and that -the remedy must be mainly sought elsewhere. A clergyman who should refuse the Holy Communion to a parishioner on the gro...

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HAY POLICE COURT. OCTOBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

HAY POLIQE CQUllT. . - 6-:xo&e»' 29.' ' '. Patrick Mayan, fur- being drunk ? was 'fined 5s., or 21 hours' imprisonment ? John JPD.oiu/all, 'for being drunk and 14 for 'riding, on the footpath,; 5s, or 24 hours ?for cach offence.. Ouroi'iKit 30, Ct(ri!stoi-hcr Cornelius alias Bunny, pleaded guilty of larceny, and got 2 months'' hard labour in Doniliqum gaol. ? ? ' -November 2. ?James Green, for drunkenness,' was fined '5s., or 2 1 h' nrs. was brought up on three jdiai^ge.s: — .1 . Wilful de tuition of. property i\t Tattrrsiill's Hotel, fined 25, s. 2. Iiesistii g |he, ..police, fined 2(.)s. i), Destroying cjii - S'yfe'?'* ftmlonii, All the fines v, 'ere paid. . . ... N^VSMIIKlt 4. &U3jiio-;s uA.siss. . .V;v, Leu ning, tor' allo^ii!; music in her licensed house 'without ? ? permissi^^' of P.M., was fined 10s. and. as1, costs.'

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REVIEW. STATION AMUSEMENTS IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

? REVIEW. STATION AMUSEMENTS IN NEW ZEALAND. - By Lady Barker, author of' Station Life in New Zealand. &c.' Life on a cattle run or sheep sta tion at tlie antipodes is often thought of, both by persons who have ex perienced it and others who have not, as a round of dullness and mo notony, cheered only by the antici pation of fortune as the result of a few years' successful stock-breeding. ?Dull enough at times it may doubt less .be, especially to any who go into it without being fully prepared to leave social scenes and favourite recreations behind them ; but duller still to those who have no resources within themselves by which to be guile the tedium of the lonely hut - among- the bleak hills or in the bush: To a lady, and a lady of .culture, . such a life would seem to be pecu . liarly unfitted ; but the narrative of Lady Barker's experiences shows that even in such a case station life may not only become interesting, but as a whole delightful. For three years she with her...

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LIME CONCRETE WALLS AND WALKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

Lime Concrete Walls and W alics. - ' —Tliese are made by mixing. sifted', sand with quiek-lime, in the pro portion of about fifteen to one, and and thoroughly working them to gether, with a hoe, occasionally sprinkling the heap. The mixture is then thinly spread upon the ground, and beat very solid with a . kind of wooden peel, now and then wetting the place to assist the , solidification. The materials for 'wallsshould.be the same, but the gravel should be rather coarser. In constructing a wall boards should be set within posts on each side of the foundation just the thickness of the intended wall, and the-' gravel ' poured in, and pounded down solid1 with long heavy beaters.' ' When full to the top of the boards, ad-' . ditional ones should he placed above them, and the process repeated till, by successive increments, the wall ' is finished. When thoroughly dry, it should be coated with coarse plas ter for preservation from rain, and if the coating is well done, the walls become i...

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, Oct. 30, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

IIAY MUNICIPAL COUXCH;. I Thursday, Oct, ;i0,lt-7:{. -? ' Present r—Fraiik''7lrdin'S, 'Eiiq. , '(ihr1yor')j Aldermen Pollard, Sabine, and Tartakover. A letter was read from Mr. Brown, sur veyor, asking for further information with reference to allotments in Bank Street. The Clerk stated lie had ackuowledgjkbireceipt of the letter and that Mr. Macgregiir ? was from homo, but tho matter shouldi; have im mediate attention on his return, which would be at the end of tho current week,' A letter was read from Messrs. Komi ami Salter, solicitors, Sydney, enclosing copy of one they had received from tho Department of Lands stating that, the land applied for by the lessees' of tho lililiawa mil had. been withdrawn from sale for the present.. The Courted Clerk was directed to acknowledge receipfto'f the letter, The cash statement for the fortnight end ing this day was then road, rli. — : ;d. Govt, endowment, £148 5s. ' , Less exchange, -1 -Is. 'J.d. — -14-7 10 8 ' Commonage dues . ' - - 5 5 8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

18 ew Year's Day. Races 0 AY:' NEW YEAR'S DAY - RACES .will be held at. HAY, 011 January 1st and 2nd, 1674. Full particulnrs in future issue. , Parties interested in the carrying out of the above-named Races, are invited to attend a MEETING to be held at TattersaH's Hotel 011 THURSDAY, tho (itli inst., at 8 p.m. .19-2 . II. C. VIVI AN, Sec. £1 /Reward. QTRAYEI), a BROWN MARE, branded O MC over G 011 near shoulder, star, off hind foot white. A reward will be given to anyone giving information of her whereabouts, or bringing her to ' WITCOMBE BROTII EES, . . Builders, Hay. - WANTED TENDERS for supplying ? Timber and erecting about five hun dred (500) feet of a four-rail fence. - Apply at this Office. 23u QEVERAL CARPENTEKS WANTED; k) Apply to WITCOMBE Bitos., Builders, Hav. 22u CORRESPONDING AGENTS Wanted U for the lliverine Grazier ill ull the Riverine towns. : To Tailors. TjllRST-CLASS TRADESMEN can find _L . Constant Employment and Good Wages with' MURRAY & C(j)., Tailors, ...

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, November 5th, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

WOOL AND STOCK REPORT,! Wednesday, November otli, 187/]. - Last Tliut'siIuv we had soiiie raiii, . ' aud wove in hopes of a plentiful fall. 'We bad sufficient to freshen the grass and hay crops a , bit, but .' not enough to materially affect .. the -water supply. On some of the stations north of the Laehlan the ?' sheen will have to travel ' for water in a short time, unless a good supply of rain soon descends. Ourlocal stock, agents; have nothing to ret : port this week. A barge of \yqol sunk in the Murrumbidgee. on Tuesday- .week,' but it is' being recovered with .little or. no loss. On 29th ult. 4,300 mixed fat sheep' '? crossed for market^ the property ' of Hon. Wm. Camp.bell, from Clivre ' station, in charge, of' Hoggins. On .. 31st lilt. 4 Victorian rams (brought : down 'from AVnsjjya Wapwi ' bv » TT* ? - i * ' - O ^ - O : ? steamer victoria) arrived at Mun gadal, Mvv C. W. Simson's., 3(100. -?'. maiden ewes, purchased by Mr. '?;- ? A- '-Q\ Jones, -of Wagga 'Wagga,' ' Messrjs....

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (FROM THE DA1I.Y PAI'EIIS.) Sydney, 24tu Oct. — Lady Robmson pre sented the Rifle ' Association prizes at tlie Exhibition building this afternoon. 2(!th Oct. — William Ivhrist, a messenger iii the Assembly, has attempted to hang him self at his residence. Augustus Miller has been sentenced to death at Bathurst, for rape, ?without liopo of mercy. 27th Got. — An old man named Ihompson has died in tnp hospital from tho effects of an assault and stab iu the face inflicted by Geo. Townlev, who has been arrested, pending an inquest. Richard Fitzmanrice has been committed for wilful murder at Gundagai. Aslicroft, the horsestealer, who was lately captured after a chase, of 1000 miles, has es caped from Dubbo gaol. Russell'? -foundry has conceded to the ironworkers' demands. The A. S. N. Company's men aro still out. There arc largo' entries for the Balmain re gatta. ' Cable, Tickle and Co., warehouse jjiCL-, hare been forced into the insolvent ,eo«rfc i'.'J the pressure...

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