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CUNNINGHAM'S FIRST TRIP TO THE DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

rjUXXrNG:I[AM'3 FIRST TRIP TO THE DARLING DOWNS. The jDarlirig, Dpwns, first sighted ? from Cunningham's Gap by the '?Jf b.otanis* .diipi) jingluiin; ? \y,as spoken ' . . jnf by hiia as an extensive and flooded .cQjiqtrvj' ' Mr. Patrick Leslie, who had interests on Liverpool Plains atulJN.ew luigland, was thp fjtrst to, take up Gunninghauv's repprt, pid inade a flying expedition n(jrth frpm Tenterfieid. ' Crossing the rangp at 1 Maryland, lip fyllowed tl-e; Gfin da- mine waters on to. the plains. Satis: Vying himself that hehad discovered jit) El EJoradq, Jj# hastened back to Sydnejv haviijg- pwde his area nge- n)ents' in No^fr - England to have, atopic redely tp start out to the new (country. ' Sheep holders were glad to jnovp stock from the new' and anil consequently \yet moist land of New England, and a number .of puterprfsing i}ien from th;j.t district made preparations to folloAV Leslie. Mr. L.eslie inade his first trqck frpm the Severn river; by a route qftpr wards known as 'L...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

Messrs. Got,Dsiinouaii Co., report, Molbourne,- January 7th ?,—^Wool — We cata logued 3,828 bales for. our -sale to-day, and sold 2,702 bales at auction and by private .contract. Competition was well sustained, ? and tho biddings were spirited, more especi ally for greasy wools, which continue in de mand for America ; washed lots also sold at ? fnlly late rates, Greasy ranged from 7 -id. to Is. 2£d. ; fleece, Is. 3d, to 2s. 3fd, Siieep ? skim-rz Dry station skins are selling at from 5d. to Sd.'per lb. Hides. — In this market a , slight improvement is noticeable. Quota tions are as follow : — Oxhides, from 23s. to . 33s. each' ; cow hides, from ab.ont 15s. to 23s each ; wet saltedi 4id.#4b'5d. per lb. Tallow — During tlie past wefifc wo havo dis posed of. 'bout 350 casks of various descrip .? tions at fair prices, We may quote as fol lows :-rr:Mutton, £32 to £34 ; beef, £30 to £32 '; mixed, £28 to £30 ; inferior, £24 to £28 per ton. 1 . ' ' Messrs, J. H. Ci.ouGn & Co., report...

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, January '8, 1874. ' Present — Frank Johns, Esq. (Mayor), Aldermen Sabine, Witcombe, and Tarta kovcr. j The minutes of last meeting wero road and confirmed. ' ' . Finance Committee reported — ' Rates collected ... £4 9 .6 Commonage -'dues'- 11 0 Foes from C.P.S. ... ... 0 10 G Clerk's salary to Jan. 4 ? ... G 13 4 Wood, lime, nnd labor ? ... ' 9 0 Mr. Brown's account, surveying and mapping municipality, £129 ; ox , tras, £3,; paid £(19 — balance 63 0 0 Moved by Alderman Tartakover, and seconded by Alderman- Saljino, that Mr. Brown's account, with the extras, ' bo paid. Carried. Tho Cleric laid the municipal list on the. table, and said that tho date 'of 'revision would be advertised in this issue. Tho mooting then closed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

Mount Hope Copper Mines. TENDERS WANTED TO CARRY BY LAND AND WATER, 1,000 TONS COPPER ORE. via Hay, from tlie Mount Hope Copper Mines, 150 miles from Hay, to tlie Smelting Works, Adelaide. - Tenders to be fonvarded to Messrs. BLE WETT & WELSH, Hay, on or before tlie 20th January, 1874.. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 81-12 BLEWETT & CO. FOR SALE a few, PURE ANGORA BUCKS. Apply . ; GEO. JAS. TURNER, 80-15 Angora, Booligal. .. BAUME AND BRYSON, Photographic Artists, ( Late of Sivanston Street, Melbourne,) BEG to inform tho inhabitants of Hay and surrounding districts that they havo opened their PHOTOGRAPHIC, ROOM next door to Mr. Blewett's store, Laclilan st. Portraits from life-size to smallest mina turc, in oil or water colors. FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. 73-u f) -j REWARD will be given to whoever -£/! will bring the BAY HORSE branded DOW over C off shoulder ; WH over pot hook near shoulde, to CHARLES COX,, 74u Caledonian Hotel, Hay.' False Impri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

MAltRIAGES. Parker- — lIuitLE. — At Maude, on 8th inst., by Rov. S. A. Hamilton, Mr. William Parker, to Miss Hepitzibah Ilurle, daughtcr of Mr. William Ilurle, Maude. Gardner — Huju.e. — At Hay, on ;12th Jan uary, 1874, by the Rov. S. A. Hamilton, Mr, Joseph Gardner to Miss Harriet Ilurle, oldest daughter of Mr. William Ifurle, pf Maude, . ' THE RIVERINE GRAZIER, Tros Ti/rius-ve mihi niillo cliscrimine agetur. \YEDNESD, AY,' JANUARY 14, 187-1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

j^tflpbrtant Notice. BSE HIVE STORE, IIAY. ? '-Tli- L; .SMITH has much, pleasure ,;n ' V - , - , int'imiitiiig to, liis numerous customers find- tho .public at large tjiat ho has JU8T JiEQEIVED ? cx ' Wcntwoi'tli,' '.Guiii- , beroon»,' .'.Corowa,'. '' Alfred,'' 8 Oases Millers' Mole Trnwsersj . (J do - Men's piiiumur Clothing, 4 dp Fancy Lustres; 2 do, Fancy . Delains, .3 do ' New Patterns, Chenc. Lustres, 2 do French Brocades, (J do Diaper : PrintSj G jCases Plain Prints, from 4d. up-l ( wards, G do Fancy, and Book Muslins, . 2 do! Meii's Strajv Ilats,, 2 . do Women's do do ; . also, 3 Piickagcs (]f ; Ifpnniongery, 12 do, Assorted Groc'eries^ij Tons Sugar, 12 Chests ? ^ /l'ea, . 24 ^-Chests dp,, 50 Boxes do. ' ..TIhe above parc^s liavo. been bought at tho first-. Warehouses in , Melbpurne, and eachl Articlc can be ; gitjiraiiteedi Squatters sup plied at prices not to be conipoted 4yith,out of Sleibourne, Ilawlfers .supplied, at jfriccq- .jo! tlefy competition.. , . : W.L.S, in cipe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

THE RIVERINE GRAZIER Published, every Wednesday, a| Jffay, Mimaimbidgec Ijtiver, N/S.AV,' ; SuBSCRimoifV £1 'per annum, or 5s. per. quarter, payable in advance. ? A very large number of copies are sent free to. all parts of Riverina, |)iit tliose who wish to obtain the ?paper regularly must subscribe. TO ADVERTISERS, ; The. Riverine Grazier is by fat' {the most widely circulated newfU .paper in Riverina,.and the charges, (enunierated below, are from, twenty five per^ cent, to seventy-five per cent', lo^er than those of any other ?iewspapdr in the district, AnvKnTiSEXtESTs.— For one inser tion, -3d. (threepence) a' line. jFor, every insertion after the first, 2d. (twopence) a line. ; -iiFor Advertisements ordered by' 'the quarter:— ? ' per quarter. 'One whole column - . £10 0 0 Msilf a column - ^ 5 5 0, Quarter column - - '2 15 0 Under a quarter column, - each inch - - 0 12 0 . U&der one inch, 2s. a line per »quarter. ? ' WILLIAM WILLIAMS,' ' (Late .of Mossgiel and MeninMe --...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

D ISTR1CT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay — Friday, Cth; March ; Friday, 31st I July. ? ? Deniliquin— Friday, 27t]i February Fri- , «l^.y, 24th July ; - Saturday, 19tli 'December. ' Wagi^.i'Wagg!u— Saturday; 7th Fob'riiary ? Saturday, 4th Jply ; Friday, 27th'Noveinber. Alburv — -Lloinlay, lGth February ;? Mfin day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December, Corowa— Sitturdayl 2lst February ;' Sat^ir idav, 18th July Saturday, 12tH December. : ' Wentworth— Saturday, '21st March ; Saturday, 1 5 tlr August: iU; , Bourke— Thursday, 7th May ; AVediiesday, ?iui i-ovemuer. /COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS' . . .FOR 1874. Hay-— 'Thursday j' .-'oth JIarch ; Thursday, 30th Julyi : ... Deniliqiiiu— Thursday, 2Gth February,; Thursday, 23rd July; Friday,. 18th' De ?ceniber, ; Wagga Wagga— Thursday, fitli February;' Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 2Gtli' No ?Ycniber. , . Alljury — Friday; ,13th February ; Friday, lOtli July j Friday, 4tlJ De ceniber. Wentworth— Fridayj 20th March ; Friday, l'lth .August, , . . , '. ? lJour...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 January 1874

HAY' POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AIlllIVAI.S. Sunday- — -11.30 11.111. From Ecliuca, Dcnili . fquin, Wanganell, Sydney (via Deniliquin) , Monday — 1 2 a.m. From JIaude, Balrauald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &e. Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wl»ggn, Narandera, and Sydney (vfa Wagga) ? T^edncsday — -11.30 a.m. From Ecliuca, Dc liiliijiiiu, and Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. ? From Wiigga-Wagga Nariui ilura, aud Sydney (Via Wagga) 1 1.30 a.m. Eehuca, Dcniliquin, Wanganella . 3- p.m. Balran'ahl and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia and Darling ' DEl'AUTUnES: iSunday — 12 a.m. Maude and 'Balranald 1' p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday — (j p.m. Echuca, 'Deniliquin, Waii ' ganclla . ' ? ? . - , '7 p.m. Wagga 'Wagga, Narandera, aud Sydney (via Wagga) WcdnessijS ay— 0 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, ? : Watygauella aiul Sydney (yin D'quin) . I S. a.^i.: Maude and Balranald. ,1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia'Darliiig, &e. Ffiday- — (j p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, Wan gaiiellu - ? 7 p.m....

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A WORD ABOUT TRAMPS. 1ST CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

' '? - ' ? n 1 ? : ? . , A WORD i VBOUT TRAMPS. , ? , ' li .t-Ulass. . I'm a tramp. ! I'm aid mp ! crawling on here midlhcrij Without object or aim,' without morals or care ; Through tlio bush; tliro\ gh tlio bush, I can wander away, And drop into, a, lint at the close of each day. When I make a homo f :tation, I go to the Boss, And for words to ax lot lgings, I'm ne'er ab a loss ; If I've heard he's full-li anded, for work I'll. apply, U..f lwvlwoni, l.mi n,„l n,,-,, ? 1-',. „11 i uiy iiuiiy a iui my uyu I Ch onus — j ? I'm a tramp ! I'm a trai np ! here's success to the trade, By which dirty hands aro still dirtier mado ; I'm a true human 'crcj wler,' a drunkard and thief, And of all lazy scourii lrels, I dub. myself chief,! I can sing a low song, ail id toll tales by tlio score, Which induce well 'paid buslimen to grumble 110 more; And they listen and lonjj ; for more screw, as I swear That they're working toe - cheap, and pay's better else where.' I exist by imposture ! !'? co l...

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THE BAIRDS OF GARTSHERRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

'flJE 1UIRDS-0F GARTSHER ' lilE. ? ? ;- ' rPh'c splendid gift of.- Mr. James; ... ijalrd to the Church .of Scotland Jias drawn attention again to the history of that remarkable family. Mr. Baird wa.s born in tlie parish of Old Monklaiid in the year 1805, aijd is the fifth of a famiiv of eight .sons and one daughter. His father, Alexander Baird, v.-as a tenant f'ar: . iiier, who died at the age of 08, ? after having seen liis ' sons est^b- = in t.lip. (in.rfcsbp.rrie Works. Only one of the brothers continued to follow agricultural pursuits, the other seven being all engaged as partners in the iron-works, James is now the only- survivor. William, the spconil ' son', took the first step aside frQm their agri cultural employment, by starting a day:level and a gas pit at Kochsol locli, aud to him belongs the hon or of having pioneered the others. At this time it is said the brothers exercised great economy, almost to the verge of parsimony. In time they were enabled to make some little m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

CORRESPONDING AGENTS- Wanted U for il\p ltiverine Gi:a:icr in al l the Riverine towns,

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THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

THE ENGLISH MAIL. The following are late items of English news Londox, lOtli Dec. — The Irish Times says tliat Mr. Gladstone intends, at the next gen eral election, to canvass the borough of Atli lone. Mr. Harrison has given the Food Committee of the Society of Arts an account of his frozen-meat experiments ; lie attri buted tho failure of tlie experiment as al ready announced to the defective construc tion of the safes, 'which caused the loss of 25 trms of ie(- in twentv-seven (lavs : Prnfossor l-Gamgee prognosticated that when the pro cess was mado practicable tho process would not pay. Mr. Charles Livingstone, brother of Dr. Livingstone, and consul at Fernando, is dead. The Prussian public debt 'was reduced in 1872 by 80,000,000 thalers. The Gorman minister of war has given an order for the manufacture of half a million Manser ?rifles ; it has been determined to provide' a stock of two millions, so that in 'a year's time the German army -will be entirely re armed. The Firebrace d...

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RESTITUTION OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

RESTITUTION OF FRANCE. M. Le Play, after proving- by ' in numerable facts, collected and compared during a 'period of more than forty years, that, the stability of the family is the condi tion of social health, and de pends on the existence and main tenance of three things, reverence for God, reverence for paternal authority, and reverence for wo man, he proposes the reassertion of these principles as the chief means of curing both the social and poli tical diseases of France. To the neglect of these principles, to the diminution of respect for God, for father, l'or woman, he traces the disorganisation and social ruin of his country.; and to restore its broken constitution to soundness and health, he proposes no fashion able nostrums, such as the redistri bution of property, or the shifting of political balances, or the promis cuous license of Communism, but simply a return to the first princ'. ples of authority, and the first prin ciples pf morality. Englishmen acquainted with the ...

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THE PASTORAL CHAMBER OF RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

the pastoral Chamber of ? '/ V . RIVERINA. ? I , V A, special meeting of the members of the ]Pa ;toral Chamber of Riverina was held in Melbourne, on Wednesday afternoon, 14th inst., for the purpose of making some altera tions in rules 5 and 8.1 Mr. W. A. Brodribb, president of tlie chamber, occupied the chair, 'and explained that jtlie meeting had been called in accordance with aii arrangement made at the annual meeting in May last. mil ? n«mnn1 niftrtf ?ing should be held at Deniliquin in May, 'but this was found to be inconvenient for many of the members, who were' scattered over a ' large district, and oftentimes did not care about leaving their statims to go into Deni liquin. He thought 't would be better if the meetings were held in Melbourne in January, when the majority of the members were in town on business, and could easily be got to-. ; g-ether at twenty-four hours' notice. After a * .. . slight-conversational discussion tliejules were , altered, so that the annual -meeti...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

The present issqo cpmplctes our- first quarter, W b believe that all who have been rocoiving - tlifa'pappr-will' admit t}iat ithas been better than they expected. The combination of literary - talent exhibited during tho past quartor is confessedly great fpr (i country weekly jour . n^l, The proprietor respectfully intimates ' that he will endeavour- to. make tho Riverine Grazier ? increasingly nseful as tho means aro placed at his disposal in tlio shape of pay ments for- advertisements, subscriptions, &c. His, desiro is to pro.duco a thoroughly re-. ?/. spcctablo and useful newspaper, and to that ;.ond l(c will sparo no expense in his power:-. His ppurso so far has been cheered by^ tlio 'outspoken approval of many whpso opinions aro worth having.- . Tho oxpenses incurred;- in producing a newspaper, ^uch as Ww Rivsvine Grazier are necessarily heavy, , and tho proprietor has to, thank those con ? .eidcratp.gentlemen who havo already sent in their subscriptions, and those like...

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MELBOURNE. 19th January, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 19tli January, 1874. Tho Avwr patria: which so markodly cha racterises the Anglo-Saxon race, is not the least admirable trait of our humanity. Though tlie Australian colonies have furnished happy homes and wcll-fiiniishcd hirdcrs to maiiy who' have emigrated hither from the hard times of tho old country, sand though wo have a fine, serene, and healthy atmosphcro here, instead of tho damp and foggy air of the land wo 'Still call 'home,' yot we have a hankering aftor tho scenes of our earlier years, and wo' love 10 cpniraso iue pusii wun ine present, and wish for tho days of yore. Tliero are niaify of us who . are like ^pooi' .Paddy in America, who, when he was -'asked a dollar for a bushel of 'praties' lio wanted to Buy, oxclaimed, ' Why, by tlio powers, it's chating mo ye would bo after, an sure an I coiil.il buy . them for fourpenco in tlio -old country, yo spalpocn.' ' Why, then, but you staid in tlio 'ould country,'.' said the merchant? '-...

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BOOLIGAL Jan. 17th [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

BOOLTCrAT,' , (from our own correspondent.) ?Tnn 1 7l.li There. is no very important news to, com municate at present concerning this- place. Tlie only gossip now 011 tho tapis is the ox pccted visit of the ' King Bee'.' with his waggon loaded with all sorts of cheap goods. Wo have sorely missed the 'Bee' since the late destructive fire at his branch store here, and we hope his visits with the waggon (which I hear are to he periodical ) will be attended with sufficient succcss'to compensate for the loss he has so recently sustained.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

THE OLDEST. SADDLERY Establishment ill HAY* williamIiewitson ? BEGS to thank his Friends, Customers, and the- Public generally, for the extensive support he has received during the past six years that he has boon in Business in Hay, and lie hopes to secure a continuance of their favour by making Articles of none but the BEST QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP'. W- H. further desires to call tho attention of the Squatters and his numerous Cus tomers in. Hnv and the Surrounding District, to his LARGE ASSORTMENT OK SADDLES, viz. :— Jjadies' Side Saddles Gents' Best Hogskin Suddjos ' Somerset ?-- ? Semi ditto ditto Gents' Town, Hunting, and Bush ditto Roll Canter Saddles : Stock S fiddles, with hogskin soats and kncc-pads « ?' ' rough and. smooth bag leather ditto HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Single and Double Huggy Harness , Light and Heavy Draught ditto Spring Cart and Outrigger ditto Waggonette ditto ? 1 AVaggonottcs covered nnd trimmed A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ' SUPERIOR COLLARS, of all descriptio...

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CUDJELLICO. Jan. 13th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

CUDJELLICO. , (from our own correspondent.) .Jan. 13th, 1874. We have at last had a delightful change 111 the weather, Thunder storms have been hanging about since Friday; and on Monday we had a heavy fall of rain, aud all fears of a dry season have been dispelled. Tlio feed on the river frontage was getting scarce, but now (if we, have not too hot weather) there, will soon, be a nice spriug of young grass. ' ' The Foster's Reef G.M.C. have;been tim uurnig men- 11 rives iius last wecic, and get ting their timber ready for putting up a whim at the main shaft. There aro plenty of tenders out for work for the company, and a few good carpenters would find plenty of em ployment. I am glad to hear that, the machinery lias left your town, and I hope we shall npt bo long Before we hear the welcome sound of the stampers at work. The Golden Belt G.M.C. are still sinking. Wo have great need of polico being sta tioned here, as there is- a great deal of petty pilfering being done. I should think...

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