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SYDNEY. 2nd January, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

? 'Sydney; :''?' - ? (l-'ROM .O0R OWN CbltnESPONDENT.) ? , . ??????. 2nd January,- 1 874. ? '' Tis no'iigc trying, in the apsencc of poli tical action, to iy.ork' up a ' make-believe political ' letter. Holiday nrnusemon't has been the/order of tbi) day for the Jast week ; and to' amusements , I may as S^ell turn for ^materials of the ' week's .corresp'oridcrice. Sy d ' ney has bee'n: cnlivened! by 'pantdiirjnios ; the country towns by hprso racing. 'I'I'he great 'interest of 'the time isithc' cricket 'match of the All Engl and ' eleven ; ng^iii^t the ' Vic ' torian eig'iiteeii. As of! t uis, ' 'the' ' Biverine Grazier will probably be supplied with'- thev report of an. eye witness, I-ti ill colntcntmy6clf' ,with a few remarks.,- Those '.: who, ^witnessed t-hq pl|iy describe W. Gi-Graee as. a f',.i)crfect wqiuler ;' and as Mr.- Grace ../jin^'. 'his tgn. cqmradqs had to yield the p*alm.,ioi.iho 'Vic torian eighteen, tl-p V. jctorians 'iDayl1 w;e,ll I be prqud of their men. B. B*/ Coo...

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

VICTORIA RACING CLUB. { new yeahsiDay races. , ,, We published the following on its arrival. TELEGRAM. .(VHOM ODK OWN COItnKSl'ON'DESJT.) Huhdlk Rack.-^A handicap of 5 sovs., each, with 100 added. About three miles. . W.F. ... ... ... 1 Maori ? ... 2 Brolga ... ... ... 2 ThrkkVyka'h-old IlASDicAF.-r-A handicap of 10 sovs each, with 150 added. For tlireo years-old. One mile and a half. Sylvia colt ... ... ... 1 Lapidist ... ... ... 2 Atlanta ... ? 8 Two-YKAn-oi,T) Stakes. — A sweepstakes of 20 sovs. eacli, with., 200 added, a furlongs. Blink Bonnie '?';: ... ... 1 The Hook ... , ... ; ...... 2 ? Explosion ......; ... ... . 3 MiDsusiM.Kii HAHurtAr. — A sweepstakeg; of 10 sovk. each, with 150 added. 1% miles. Littles Dick ... ';?? ... ..... 1 Arrow ?????? ..'. ... ... 2 Blue Peter ? ... 8 8tbepi;kckhbk. — A handicap sweepstakos of ' 10.:. so vs. each, hi ft., with 150 added. About three miles. ; Momalong' ... ' ... ... 1 Adonis ? ... ? 2 ? Rocket ;? ; .... ... ...- ..... 8 The CANTKhnu...

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MELBOURNE. 3rd JANUARY, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

r,^-t \ ?,'???. MELBOURNE' ', „ -'. '.? , -,. ;,!.' -..(^ROSiI POU PWNCdjUtESPONpKNT.y . if.'-'', i.'i '';-:'? '.'ii:''.!.u:.!-:i'8rd;Jaiuinrjv 1.87.4. ? ^.i'Thq/alJ-oxpi.tingi -event of the past: .weqk;; hfl'si'tof. course, been itiie prickot' match,; an'.d, a3-':,a:'he-;.es.8ary. and legitimate, issuo'j'of tlio. event, we are now enjoying, a considerable amount of blowy or ;what- Anthony; Trollope would call 'blasting.',' -.. WHother there was anything in, the argument used on .beh'nlf of. the A0- England ? eleven that they jverc nut of form from wnnt,,oL p^actujo on the ? jyay I cannot say, or that the hent and glare of the mjii weie^loo much, for theiri/l-do not pVetend ip-^ny, hut one thing cannot be. dis puted, and thnt-is, the hnye got a inost ',' un considerable ' licking. ' To beat the chain pious ofvthc wqrld. iB uomothing to blow about, and I expect oiir fellows have a riglit to call \ tliemselves the cliampioiis of universal crea- , tion. As the Yankees say; the'Biitishe...

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Jan 7, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

WOOL AXD tttOCK R15PORT;, Wc(lncst|nv;r,Tan..7,-187.4. ?'?? Squatters hr.vc.nov an- anxipus time -of it, ftiid require to.foc cautiously on ? the iilert to liove their sheep brought in to water. As ? . the dams become shallow, the supply is pro longed by pumping what water remains 'into . smaller daep rosorvoirs whore the water is loss reduced by evaporation. , Wo have had a weak or extremely hot weather, both days arid nights may bo forcibly described as 'smokers,' Run and moon looked like molten brass, ' and ?JhjB ground was like burning sand. We are /happy, to havo no bush fires In our.'immedtfttp ?vicinity-to record, though the grass still waves feet high in much of the hack country. ?? AVe - ?, ,.oliservo that Mr. Janie3 Tyson bought Mur raparoo station, in the Wai-rego district, on 18th ,ult., for'£.35,Q00 cash; and that Mr. Brewer,ofMcrri Merrigal, has. purchased the Jlerro'wie herd,- 800 head, from 'Mr; A.- G. Jones. ---Our looal rap,voments iii-e : — 10 ifnt cattle, Mr. 'Wn...

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

THE RIVERINE GRAZIER Published every Wednesday, at , Hay, Murrumbidgee River, N. Si W. ' Subscription : £1 per annum, or 5e, per. quartpr, payable in advance. . ? . ? A very large number of copies are sent free to all parts, of Riverina, but those who wish to obtain the paper regularly must subscribe. TO ADVERTISERS. The Riverine Grazier is by far ithe most widely circulated news paper in Riverina, and the charges, (enumerated below, are from twenty five per cent, to seventy-five per cent, lower than those of any other newspaper in the district. Advertisements. — For one inser tion, 3d. (threepence) a line. For every insertion after the first, 2d. (twopence) aline. For Advertisements ordered by the quarter : — - per quarter. One whole column - £10 0 0 Half a column - - 5 5 0 Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under a quarter column, each inch - : 0 12 0 Under one inch, 2s. a line per -quarter. - ? HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. . ? ARRIVALS. ;8unday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuca,- Denili quin, Waiigau...

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

1'ifE festive season, through which we have just passed, has, we doubt not, called into actual use the charitable and kind feelin'gs of many Christian hearts, and many homes will have felt the happy effects of -.benevolence. It js a period that is wrll fitted tq awajcen pur generosity to such of our fellow -beings as ape less favoured' by Providence than . purselves.; and np doubt we have these social grades qf humanity just for the purpose of affording us. an opportunity of exercising our . phristiiii) virtues.. It is, however, a lament able, fapt that these generous impulses are nqt-felt by all the Christians jn whoso hands the God of Providence has placed so much ?'-? of the good -things' ?? of - tin's life. The Christianity of a good -many' people is only superficial, and measured by an out\yard con formity to tb_e conventionalities of jipljgipus perempnies, but seldom if ever finding an en ' trance intp. their business or producing any saljitary effects for good on their, heart...

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HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Jan, 4. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

HAF SHIPPING. ? ' WedriesdnVi Jau. 4. 1874. The Coroicfi .saiiei] fin 31st ult.,. for Eehuca,' partly, loadef} \flt\\ wool. . '. . V '. .The Alfred nrriyedv6h the 5tl i inst., with, 'crushing machinery; for Pudgollico gold reef;, and gejipral cargo, and is np.iy ,fjJt the .wharf. Th,e AJurrMmtjidgee is bquriy pxpec'ted from Echuca. - .:' The steamer Weradgey.if passpd Swan Hill yesterday for Hay. . '? .,. The river, at Hay, js 6 ft. abqy-c summer level, and falling. . ? '?' ? The river Darlii|g, at Bourke,: on 26th ult., had risen to 1. ft. 1Q in. above summer level. At : Wagga, qn 2nd inst., the Murrmnbidgee 'was 4 ft. high, anil falling.

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A SELF-MADE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 January 1874

A SELF-MADE MAN. (by Mark Twain.) Samuel M'Fadden was a watch- man in a bank. He was poor, but honest, and his wife was without reproach. The trouble with him was that he felt he was not appre- ciated.   His salary Avas only four dollars a Aveek, and When he asked to have, it raised, the president, cashier, and board of directors glared at him through their, spectacles, and froAvned on him, and told ;him to go out and stop his insolence, when he kneAV business AA-as dull, and the bank could not meet its expenses noAV, let alone lavishing one dollar on such a miserable worm as Sam uel M'Fadden. And then Samuel ? M'Fadden felt depressed, sad, and the haughty scorn of the president and cashier cut him to the soul. He Avould often go to the side yai'd, and boAV his venerable tAventy four inch head, and Aveep gallons and gallons of tears OArer his insig nificance, and pray that he might be made worthy of the cashier's and president's polite attentions. One night a happy thou...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. January 13th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

TELEGRAMS. (from oun OWN COIlItESI'ONDENT.V SYDNEY. January 13th, 1874. John Hawthorn, tho bushranger who robbed Slocomb, has been captured, and con fessed to tho robbery. . ' ' ? Tho All-England eleven, in tho match against twenty-two at Stawell, made 43 in first innings, and 91 second innings. Tho Stawellites made 71, first innings, and 66' second innings, with ton wickets to fall. The bad state of tlio ground is given as the reason of the defeat. The All-England eleven play next at Maitland, and afterwards at Mel bourne. Border Treaty. — Mr. Ireland, Q.C., says that the Border treaty cannot bo suspended, without three months notice having been first given. France. — There has been a stormy meet ing of the Assembly. Tho ministry have resigned. . ' . London. — Tho wool market is firm. Wheat rising in consequence of small supplies. Adelaide wheat is now soiling at 72s. (from THE. DAILY PAPEnS.) London, 2nd Jan. — The outpost of the British forco has been advanced to the Prali River;...

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CHRISTMAS DAY, 1873 (IN RIVERINA). [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

CHRISTMAS DAY, 1873 (In RiveuinaY From the Murrumbidgee River To the pleasant Binyah hills, Where cool streamlets glance and quiver In innumerable rills ; O'er the plains I journeyed lonely, Through dense scrub I forced my way, . With a horse that ivas my only Earthly friend last Christmas Day. And the sun with all its power Poured its rays upon my head, ? Glowing fiercer hour by hour, Till it scorched like molten lead ! And a faintnoss settled o'er me, While the hot wind's sickly breath Seemed to whisper, ' Turn ! before thee There is Solitude and Death !' All above me, and around mo, As I onward still would push, Gloomy phantoms would surround me In that dread and dreary bush 1 Gaunt, wild shapes that would defy all Struggling reason's power to quell, Were assumed by scrub and myall, Peopling earth with forms of hell ! Till at length— oh ! joy and wonder, . Oh ! salvation for my brafn — Came a flash — a peal of thunder, And a pleasant fall of rain I Whilst my heart, of late so sad...

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CUDJELLICO. Jan. 7th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

; -CUDJELLICO. . ^FROM OUR P-VN CORRESPONDENT;), . Jan. 7th, 1874. lno Holidays aro now over, and wo are again turning our attention to work, ) ! A gentleman has arrived front Melbourne to lako the management of the Forstor's Reef Gold Mining Company, and from the ener getic, manner tho work is being carried on Under liis . . direction, the .. sharehplors have! reason tp cpngratulato themselves on then good fortune in- having secured- his services, I am sorry, that with one exception, there are no otiier claims working, they, being all registered for three months. Tho one,, ex- ception is-the Golden Belt G. M. Ce. ; they are sinking on tho west boundary of Forstor's Jleef Gv M. CpVs ground, and hope to -get the cross .reef. They are down some 25 feet, and I hear, havefeut leaders east and west. , '';Tlie weather is dreadfully hot, 112 dog. in the shade; £ . I have' to report a sale of a quarter share, in No. 1 south, at £40.

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UPPER MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

' UPPER/MURRUMBIDGEE (from OOR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) January 10th, 1874. — l am sorry to have to. tell' you that tho hush firos which did such extensive damage to tho fenoing op Mr. Brook's i-un, at Scrubby Ilange, and '^liich were supposed to be extinguished, havohroken out again with increased vigour, and tho who.lo country-side appears to be in llames. A largo extent o,f country lying to the north o,t urpongal, Jj.encrembali, aiul Koobsy, is now blazing furiously, though large bodies of men are campcd o.ut,' and working' almost day and night to keep the (lames from spreading. As a mere spectacle, and without taking ii\to consideration tho enormous ' destructio.n of feed, and probable injury to stock, ^these fives, at night, are a magnificent sight ; especially when, they gcthojd of a bit of donso scrub, or thick grass, and . millions of burning tufts aud sparks are, whirled aloft in the air, making straight for the stars with a rush and a roar whielv are deafening. }Io\v the poor f...

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MELBOURNE. 10th January, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

r'v1' ? ? ? ? 1 ? MELBOURNE. ' fl'ItOM OUIl OWN C0RnE8P0NDKNT.V lOtli January, 1874. Tho defeat of the All-England Eleven by our cricketers in .one jnnings lias been fol lowed by tlieir defeat nt Stawcll under cir .cumstances which rttpii.ro some reasons ' for 'explanation.' The gromuk on which the match was placed was execrable, being full of grass patches and hillocks, so that the ? ball would not g.o straight. However, it was no worse for the great eleven than the less famous twenty-two. 'A feeling is gaiiiing. ground that .these great batsmen are sham ming, or else that they have been greatly over-rated. I have heard it hinted that tho distinction made between the ' gentlemen ' and ' professionals ' on their arrival in Mol bourne so annoyed the latter that they pould ?not or would not make any exertions. Peo ple are now asking whether this visit to our shores of the historical eleven does not look more like a ' spec ' of some of our men of the timo than a desire to advance the s...

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SYDNEY. 9th January, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

? ? ; SYDNEY. ? (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 9th January, 1874. Tho most momentous topic pf current news is tho Buden chango of Government in Spain. Our telegrams iijfonn us- that at tl(6 opening ' of tlie, Cortes for 1874 the President, Signor Castelar, insisted on the urgency of- tho total abolition of slavery; From th[e beginning of his public' career, ho has advocated this policy ; and one of tlio first works lie under- . topjk pn liis accession to power last year was to prepare a plan of reform for- Cuba, giving ; the col ojiists what tliey Hoycr had befpyc — self-go, vernmcnt--aiid at the samo tirne abolishing, slavery; , 'But when he urged the immediate abolition, the Cortes rejected- tho proposition. Castelar resigned. Np pne ap pears to hav6 bpe'n able to'tjtke up the reins of power-in tlio Cortes. In this crisis, on or about, the 3rd inst.,/ General Havila, in the exereiao. of military force, dissolved tho Cort'cs. 'Tlio supreme authority was as sumed by Marshal Serrano, ...

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Jan. 14, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

WOOL AND'STOQK REPORT Wednesday, Jqn. 14, ,1874. \V i; have, had olmuly, moist weather these, f cm- 'day 8 pas and hope to receive the two' inches of rain which oxperienco has' taught ok] residents to bo needful this month, Ac cording to our up-river correspondent, bush fires are sweeping tlie country with inextin guishabla fury, and approaching this way. Tliere are no fat sheep moving here at pre sent. 2,400 store sheep from Barugo station, Alexander Bell iu charge, crossed at Maude, on 8th inst. 22G fat cattle, from '\Yallaby station, Dennis in charge, crossed at Hay on Slli inst. 4,000 ewes, sold by Messrs. x Russell and Shaw, of Eli Ehyah, to Mr. Ilallidjiy, of Brookorig, start tqrday. Tho following passings at Wagga are from the Express of 9th ipst : — 2040 ewes (Mr-. J. Nixon's) from Mr. Sproule's to Qregadpo, in charge qf Mr. -Henderson, on ?Thursday ; 200 fj(t bullocks (Messrs. Bowcn and Mc.i\lister.'s) have loft Pomingalarna for Victoria; G900 shee^ (Mr. Reynolds') are on t...

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PRESENTATION AT GROONGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

PRESENTATION AT GROONGAL. A meeting was helif on Thursday last, 8 th inst., of the employes on Groongal station, tho property pf tho Messrs. Learmeuth, for the purppso of bidding gppd-bye to Mr. D. McLarty, who has, fpr tho last nine years, managed the station, and only resigned it in order to take tho management of Bundnre on tlio Yaiilco. ' The Rev. Mr. Kelly was voted to the chair, who, after expressing tho plea sure he felt in presiding on an occasion when they had met to do honor to a gentleman of such sterling worth as Mr. McLarty, called on Mr. A. Hardy to read an address to that gentleman from tho men employed . on tlie station. Mr. Hardy then came forward and read the following address : — To Donald McLarty, Esq,, Dear Sir, — On your departure from the station where, for so many years, you have been manager, we, the employes at Groongal, desire to convoy to you- som,e expression of the respect and esteem, in which you arc held by us. Wo beg, therefore, to present you with t...

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HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Jan. 14, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

HAY SHIPPING, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 1874. 7th.— The Miirrumbiilyee arrived frpm Echuca. - ? . 1 0 tli ,—Mu rru mbidyec left, in ballast, under orders to proceed to Tolarna, station, on the ? Darling, - - 10th.— Alfred sailed up for 'Eli Elwah, but returned on the 12 th, unable to steam farther than Saline's farm, on account of snags in tho channel, '... 12th,— \\rcmilrjeric arrived ?within three miles of Hay, unable to come nearer, and there discharged cargo. 14th.— Tho Alfred left fpr Echuca with wool. Blcwett and Co., agents. . The Pearl is expected to arrive from Echuca ill. a few days ; being of light draught, she may be able to reach Hay. J. 'Forsyth, agent, ' The river Murrumbidgcc at Hay is about 5 feet over summer level, Unless we have a rise soon, navigation may be looked upon as . closed for the season, except for boats qf very - light draught. At Wagga, on 9tli inst,, it was 3ft. 3in'., and falling,' The river Darling, at J$ourkc, on 2nd inst,, was 7ft abovo summer level.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

We linve been looking for some time for Mr. Wood, tho Government officer, who was to have come from Albury to examino into the wharf accommodation, butwe liavpnot yet had the pleasure of seoing that gentleman. What has become of him ? It is highly, im portant that the work of providing suitable wharf accommodation for Hay should ho set about at once. Tho river is now _very low, and is still falling fast, and an opportunity presents itself now for carrying out that work which may not bo enjoyed for years to come. After this week river navigation will in all probability cease, and if the work is to bo done satisfactorily and inexpensively, ad vantage should be taken by the Government of the present state of things, It is a lesson hard to be taught to the heads of depart ments under Government that both time :and money can be saved by embracing the oppor tunities afforded hy the season in executing the public works of the country. Somehow they do not use as much cautious foresight as p...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. 5TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

M ELB.O URNE STOCK REPORT. P'ru January. .. In consequence of there not having been ..any sale the previous we?k, the one this ? ...week was held on' Monday last instead of -.^Wednesday as is usual, Fat Sheep : 16, 00i forward, small pror portion of prime ; best lots commanded 6d. to Is. advance. The trade took 9,704, country, 40.0Q ; Melbourne Meat Co., 2300 ; total, 10,004, Tho Riverine sales of same are as fullow :^rl,446 wethers, R, Chirn side's, Thononga, 8s, ; 1,302 do., lion. W. * Campbell's, Clare, 10s. Gd. ; 3j30Q do., P, ? Tyson's, Corrong, 10s, Gd, ; G83 do., F. & ?????? -]K; Brodribb's, Boondara, 9s.; §17 do., Brodriblj & Neale's, Tarrawonga, 9s. ; 1,900 do., Hon, -W, Taylor's, Manfred, no price ? stated. ? ? , Fat Cattle ?: 1,098 entered, and ,all sold ; .prices unchanged. 274 G. A. & P. [Mein's, Moolpa, bullocks averaged £10 9d. ; cows, £9 7s. 173, Tlios. Robertson's, Toganmain, : bullocks' averaged £10 Is. Gd. 92 cows, Hebdcn & Son's, G...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

IIobart Town, 8lh Jan.— £52,000 worth of treasury bills, at 5 per .cent.,, with two years' currency, have been ..iaketi up at slightly above par. ' . ' '

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