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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

THE RIVERINE GRAZIER .Published every Wednesday; at Hay, Murriimbidgee River, N.S.W. Subscription : £1 per annum, or , 5s. per. quarter, payable in advance. A very large number of copies are sent free to all parts of Riverine, but those who' wish to obtain the paper regularly must subscribe. TO ADVERTISERS; ' The Riverine Grazier is by far the 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) a line. For Advertisements ordered by the quarter : — . per quarter. One whole column ' - £10 0 0 Haif 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 ?qxiarter. I-IAY POST OFFICE. TIME-TABLE! AllItl.yALS. Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Ecliuea', Denili qui...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

THJ5 EJVl'ROE (ilMZIKR. Trp$ jfyriusiue n\il(o (liscnminti agetur. wiijpipjsjjAY, January' 28^ 1874.'

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY 21ST JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

MELBOURNE' STOCK REPORT. '\Y£dnesdav, 21st January. J^xit Vajtue. — 1,087 - were, yarded ; prime realised ajiorit 5s. over la.?t'^[p.ek*s prices ; lower, qualities a shade. e,asiqr. ^iyoymp sales pre :— Moles worth and 'W^T-oV ( Cpwl and 'VYj'-'adm), 301 hend';'^ £12 8s. pd. ; iiullocJyS,' jivqragiug £10 G^,~ 3il. ; 'cow's, £T 'lgs. 1^. ' Chirnside $ po~'s' '(Mulla Mulla), 265 head bullpcks averaged ,j6'9 ; ? pows, £7- 'tis. ? ? Fat gheep.— }-3,1Q0, penned ; Melbourne Meat Co. twfc 4,^1 j.-i ; tr.acje, 7,59,0 ; graziers, .4,336. Xhp salp§ of Riyprine sl^eep'«ppllated from fill $he agpntV repo^ fl'r.e :-i=l,5J}{J eiyes, frbm 'the '\Yiilandra, no pvipQ ' giveii 1,700 wethers from Riverina, in low pondition, at 6s. Store Sheep. — The latp rains have paused inquiries for gopd wethers, and yppng pjves in lamb. . Pie sales' are :-^8,0p0 ewes,' for Hurtle Fisher, o,n Tporingablty station ; 3,000 wethers, for Mr. R. p. Reynolds, of ppmbip. Messrs. R. Gpi,qsBnp,UQH and Cp. report. — W edpesd...

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HAY HOSPITAL ANNUAL MEETING. Wednesday, January 21, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

KAY HOSPtTAL ANNUAL MEETING. Wednesday, Jnnuarv 21, 1S7-1. TVcsent-^-rJJessrs. VJ. B, 'Pearce (in the fli:-ir), H. G.' Lffinnx, E.'G. Soverne, Dr. r'-can, Thvalkold, Pater, A.[ B. Lomax, i--M-1ii), Blewett, Lalceman, Maegregor, Yiviain, D. Mackenzie. ???.'?' Mr. Viviain, secretary, read the report for , r-tst year, which was moved for adoption by * 'Mr. Lakemnn, seconded by JJr: Threlkeld, . jitul carried. Dr. Frean read tho suFgeon's report fpr iS73. ''.-?? ' ' . Mr. Macgregor road the treasurer's report ft-r past year, --nlilch shows a balance in hand r'i the maint-ainenco fnnd pf £133 19s. 9d. 2fe said the funds had boon collected purely (-'i. the voluntary principle only in one inr ! fiance !-ad ho -written for a donation, and ?? » hat was to a -wealthy firm whose property l:ad changed hands, to which a ready re I'ponso was given. On Building account iiiey had received £71 lGs. lQd. from the ?- jiublie, and £302 10s. from Qovanvmpnr, ?which had been expended, leaving a balance ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

Municipal District of Hay. NOTICE.— SHOWING :— 1, NAMES OF CANDIDATES. 2, DAY OF POLL. . ? B, POLLING PLACE. 1.— TAKiE NOTICE that tho names men tioned in the Schedules liereunder written :;- are. the' names of tho Candidates, who' have boon respectively and duly nomina , ted as candidates for the office, of AL DERMAN at the ensuing election for the municipal district of Hay, of two ratepayers. : to serve in the room of ? ?-.-,. Messrs. Alfred Tnrtakover and John Witcomtic, who retire by rotation. There being only two candidates nominated as AUDITORS, viz., . Messrs. Henry -..'. Charles Viviain and William Henry - ' . Gibson (and the said Williain. Henry ? Gibson not being eligible through want of qualification), I declared the said . Henry Charles V.iviaiu duly elected as an Auditor for the municipal district of ? . ? . Hay for ' the current municipal year. T.hero being, therefore, an unfilled va cancy in the office of auditor, the same will be filled up in accordance with the ; :....

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MELBOURNE. 31st January, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

MELBOUENE. (FROM OUR QWN CORRESrOMDENT.) 31st January, 1874. Ihe principal event which has come to our colonial, notice this week lias, been .the marriage of His Eoyal Highness the Duke 'of Edinburgh to : the daughter of the proudest and most autocratic man., in . . ? Kurop'e-^the , Emperor of Eussia. The ceremony was most imposing, and was graced by the pre sence of many scions of royalty.' ? He's-a lucky chap tho Eoyal JDnko in carrying oif ? ' such a prize. Ijct us wish, them many happy years together, and that their union may be the means of cementing a feeling of amity and good fellowship between the nations they ; represent. It is said that it is- better to be born lucky than rich, but the Duke has the good fortune' of being both lucky and rich. We shall hear of great rejoicings at home ?when the royal pair have reached, the shores of. England. ' . '. It will be in the 'memory of several of your readers that tho Messrs. Stevenson and Sons of thiscityi sonie months, if not year...

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SYDNEY, Jan. 30th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

'? SYDNEY,.'' - (KROJf OUR O^VN CORRESPONDENT.) '.. Jan. 30th; 1874. Cricket claims first attention. The' great match between tho All-England Eleven' and eighteen of. tho No-v,Sou.th;'Vy'ales-cricketcrs, was begun On? Saturday, 24th'instj 'at ^noou, on tho Albert Cricket Ground, Tho All Eiigland'went in first. ?' In /their first innings thoir captain, W. G. Grace,got seven ruiis, and was :canghti out by Lawrence ; Jupp, after making 8, was ^caught out by Sheridan ; .Greenwood scored 25, and was caught by ?Lawrence ; 'Oscrpff was: caught^ by-Goates, without a Single rim ; G. F. .Graco ' made' 8,, ? and was catight by .'Fairweather;; ^Gilbert, after 10 runs, was run out ; Hu'mphroy made .2, 'and was. 'caught by. Lawrence:; ?M'Intyro made 20, and was bow]cd out by .Tindall';. Lillywhite'made 8, :and wascaught. out by E. Gregory ; 'Southerton made 2,' aiiil; wis .not out ;? Bnshmiide 1, and was bowled '.o^it' by Coiites; ' Tlieso,' with one log-byo' 'iWa'de 92 for' lhe; first innings.- ...

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(FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

(from the daily papers.') St. Petersburg!!, 24th Jan.— The mar ringe of. H.E.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, the second son of the Queen, with the Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrova, only daughter of the Emperor of Russia, was celebrated at .St. Petersburg on the afternoon of the 23rd inst., in the presence of a brilliant and dis tinguished. company. It was a most mag nificent ceremony. The service was per formed in the Greek church first, and in the English church afterwards. A grand review was held, and general festivities followed. The illumination of St. Petersburg is to ex tend over three days. The duke and duchess visit Moscow, and will arrive in Eng land during March. . . : London, 24th Jan.— Mr. , Whalley, 11.P. for Peterborough. and a stanch supporter of the Tieliborne claimant; was summoned for contempt of court, and Chief Justice Cock ?- burn fined. him £250 ; Mr. Whalley refused to, pay the money, and in default was con veyed to Holloway prison ; Mr. Whallcy's contempt was his up...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Feb. 3rd, 1874, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

, TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ? [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.! SIDNEY, Feb. 3rd, 1874, 5 p.m. . In the cricket match, at Bathurst, with the All-Eugland Eleven, the twenty-two made 65 runs in their first innings, when the eleven went to the wickets and made 109 druns. In the second innings the -twenty-two made 77 runs, for fifteen out, when the stumps had to be drawn because of the rain. ? ENGLAND. February 1st, r— Sir Garnet Wolesely had reached Prah, when he was met by ambassa . dors with a letter suing for peace. Sir Gar net refused to settle till ho had a personal interview, with the King of the Ashantees. .? The general election is going against the Gladstone Ministry. ? Twenty Liberals have been returned, and . twenty^eight Conservatives. Eight Liberals have been rejected.

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

WOOL AND STOCK REPORT' Wednesday, Fek 4. 1374. The weather ht-f bepn' warm and close, Vestcnlay morning hush fires were pjjjservod pome distance bolo\y Hay, but no news of tho jirpcise locality lias reached 113'. Consider nblc quantities of woqV keep pouring into Hay, so the present rise in the river is oppor tune. TYe hear of a groat rise in- the Kiver Darling, and settlers there expcot another such flood as that pf'l864.' 4,000 ewes, and 1 1,100 irehncr^j Jlr, jJaines Kennedy's, started from Juneo, on 21st Hit., for the Darling, via Hay and Booligal. There is, at present, plenty pf water for stpok on the P/no' Tree Plain. 250 fat cattle) from Walgenrs, pressed at Hay, on 'Wednesday last, in charge of Mr. Mehaffy. Messrs. Simime, Fsazcr, and Craig's, 1 0,000 sheep, are now. on their way to Cornelia Creek, in charge of Mr, Cameron.

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HAY MUNICIPALITY NOMINATION. Tuesday, February 3rd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

HAY. MUNICIPALITY NOMINATION. Tuesday, Febiiary 3rd, 1874. Tho nomination of ratepayors to serve as aldermon. in tho room of Mossrs. Witcombq 'and Taftakover, took place, at the Bush Inn. . Frank . Johns, Esq., ? mayor, read the announcement appointing the nomination, and declared tho following ,geiitlemenv duly nominated : — Allred Tartakoyei-j by ^.W1. Sabine aiid'W. Hbwitson ';- John 'Witcombe, by G. Esplin and ?Jacob'.'Myers.;',. Allen1 Lakeroftn:.and-.Win^ Chur-chq,-b,y J. . H.-; Ppl lard and: T. Simpson,' V,; ,; i,\?: 'V'. '?! .' The auditors nominated were'Hi'C:Viviaiii and Win. Henry Gibson. : The former was declared duly elected ; the latter was not qualified, 'and the ; second aiidiT tor would have to be appointed according to tho Act. ... As there were four nominations for two aldermanic vacancies, tho Mayor declared that a poll would be taken between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m, on Friday. The candidates wore then called upoiv to express their opinions, but there was ,...

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HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

HAY SHIPPING. lyodiiosday, Feb.' 4, 1874. By telegram we are informed that the steamer Qumberoonq left Wentworth |o-dnyj Jan. 31st. The Alfred left Echucaon Wed nesday, . 28tii. The \\yradgerie leaves Eehuea tprday', 31tst: pearl anived at' Hay, on 29th. ' ' ' ' ? ' ' '.' ; , .The JPeqi-.l sailed up stream yesterday. .The river Murrumbidgee, 'at Hay? rpse 11 feet dur;ng the past week; Imt. again receded,' nnd is now ab,qut 8. feet ab,oyt$ §ummer level. , TJie.rive.r jjarling at Bourke has rjscn this ?jvoijk at an average of 1 ffipt 2 inches daily. It nq^y stands 15 i feet and fl inches above summer level. Raining, lioayily.— Jan. 23, ? ; The following telegrams, arp from the Central Australian :— . ;. ' . . '?'. ;. :'\Valgett, Jan. 23rd,— The Barwon is i|ow' at a' standsfjll liere with dull showery weather, but a further me is anticipated owing toi re cent reports fpQin ;tHe .Gastlcreaghj Nampi, ' and' Upper BaEwpn?th'p Government, boat supplied to Walgett to mpet emergencies, in fl...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

The Parliament pf, Yjctoria is about to be dissolved, and a general oloction will follow. Wo have not yet heard what will be tho question which the Ministry will submit to the ballot, but we may \;ontiir.p tq vaticinate^ that the subject of free trade will b,e discussed by candidates in some form pr another. It may not be thought impertinent jf we 'say a word to our neighbours on this1 subject, lit the present juncture. The abolition' pf the Border Customs Treaty, and. a retqi'ii tp, the collection of duties on the Murray, offers an opportunity 'of saying something that may spryo ? as food ; for thought by our cousins. Eiverina has been a profitable market fpr Melbourne merchants ever since; its settle-, ment, and as the country, is becoming every , year more densely, populated by the occupa tion, of the back'blpcks bysquatters and free selectors on river frontages and lands adja peijt to Victoria, there willbe -more demand, for goods of all' kinds, because, more, coii consumptibn; ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 28TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK KEPOBTv ? Wednesday, 28th January. ? ? Fat 0uttle.~7l% head to hand, the ma jority being pdd lofs of middling' and second quality, very few good and hardly any prime, prices showed 20s. to 25s., advance on last week's rates, and best pens as high as 30s., per 1001b ; a .few odd bullocks going tp..£ 15. The'. -'following are the sales of Biyqrine steje^ :— i'9-4 Heady Brewer, Merri Meirigal, bujloplys averaged, £0 Is. ; cows, £6 7s. Gd. |5.0'head, . picksori, Uabba, cows, £6 15s: ; bullocks,' £ 4 9s. ; also on Murrumbidgee, 320 )-nllqcks, £7,i'2s. Qd. ; Darling, 450 bullocks, . £8., owners' names withheld. . .... ; .jPtff jS7i«?/).— 15,645 forward ; the greater portion of bettor quality tjjan of late, although very .few really good or priine ; a few merino wethers going to 13s. 6d. Melbourne Meat fjompahy took 4,663'; country, 1J507 ; tr^de, §,475; total, 15,645. ' 2,530 owes : and wethers, M'Giiire and Cohen ; no price stated.'' 1,200 'wethers, Hon. W. Wilson, Goonnm...

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BOOLIGAL. Feb. 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

BOOLIGAL. (FROM OUR OWN CORKF.SrONDENT.) . ... ??'' - ? Feb. 1st. Booligal has lately presented a very live' y, but somewhat; wild, appearance, ; .consequent upon the recent arrival of two tribes ofabori ginals. These colored individuals ineot at this junction annually, and belong to tho up per and lower Lachlan. ' It is usual at' such: a meeting as this for the darkies to hold a cprroborry, but this ceremony-, fell through' on the present occasion, in -consequence of 'the Up-rjver tribe not bringing sufficient arms and; accoutrements to exchange; ? with their: brethren. of the lower Lachlan, the' commis sion of which offence was sufficient to prevent coroborcc and cause an ill feeling between the; two tribes. The mistake was easily solved' by the fact that whereas thq down-river blacks had; no ,' Shan too': to contend with oh-. 'their' Tpaii.to, Booligal, . the up-river; ditto '.had several, and the' probability is: the latter mob exchanged, their boomerangs,, &c, for beer....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

, The Mangoola station, New England dis 'triet, was sold- at. Sydney, on 20th Jan., with 3,600 head of cattle'at £4 16s. per head ! stores,; working plant,:; and sundries -to be take,n'at a valuation. :.,..'.;?! ?? '?'? ?? Messrs. Richardson and ; Wrench : have 'gold by auction the Gigoomgaii E.un ;in the Wide : Bpy cijsfrjct, : Queensland, ? with 130 hpr.ses and simdrijigto be taken by valuation ^a]! pattl'e to count nf 4Z. per head— pur- phase money about -81,000/. ; Messrs. Mant ? and Lyttlcton, pnrchase.r.3. PASTORAfi NoTUS.-^From, the; Wagga Exjrres$.^-26,000 mixed she.op (Mr. JUlet's) passed on the; north side eft' the fiver on '?Wednesday,'/ for Hiiriibug Creelii' '670 fat cattle (Mr;. Baker's) are now hear Junee, going', tq 'tliq' -Melbourne markets. Mr.. Hol loway has sold' to Mr. P.. J.. M'Alis'ter 600 store bullocks, 1,228 § tore bullocks (Mr.'-Jj Baker's) have bdoii sold -to Messrs'. ' Jas. Devlin .and Sons, '-Messrs. Peterson, S^ar gqodandCo.; hav.e sold 1,800 to. Mr. A...

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HAY JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

HAY JOCKEY CLUB; A special meeting of the club took place, at Esplin's Hotel, on Wednesday night, 2,8th u,lt-., .for the purpose of- making - by-laws: Tliere were present : Messrs. E. C. Ee)'rj noldsj: T. V.- Eudd, Alderman Witcombe, . Welsh, llae, H. Moss, C. Simpson, Higgiris, .M'Kenzie, vLakeman, and Church'e'. ? .'' Mi1. T. V. Eudd was voted to the chair. A letter from Mr.' Cox was read, enclosing £b 5s., and explaining that he had subscribed under the impression that- publicans were eligible , as members of the club, but on finding, this was not the cuse he had delayed sending in tho amount. .; ;. ! '' ; \i ?'?:. . The'minutes of several previous meetings' were read— a meeting at. : which some irtembcrs had been admitted, . and the rule affecting publicans rescinded, was held to be illegal, the business done thereat -having to be done again. All the sutiscribOrs .then admitted; were re-balloted for, and accepted. Mr. Eobert Tindale, of Eli Elwah, Mr. Joah Sudgen, Mr. Lindsay of...

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NATURAL HISTORY (Youth's.) THE OPPOSSUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

NATURAL^ HISTORY '(Youth's.') . ' TiiB1 OrrossuM. You littlo boys|! come stop your noise, and listen whilst I tell '^ You all-abouta beast,'no doubt, you. each know very well ; ^ I mean thoPdssum,whicii, of cpurso, you frequently havo sedn i& When out at 'play, so brisk and gay, on summors' nights f ' - you've been. ?''..'.'» ffi And first thoy'ro rM'mar8upiai,'tha.l is,;,tho females are, i And each keeps Joes or little Does sated pouched when she's | ' mamma ; ...'??'» jji But j'oumay swear, no thonoy's there ! it's ono of nature's laws | That they've nought to get a living with, oxcept their teeth | and claws ! .''? ^ 'Tis said oferst, they were found first, by famous Captain Cook, ;'; Who.n ho anchored down at Botany, and went ashoro to look, S And very vexed, and much perplex'd he was — complotely p. .'. '? : . hufEed—. ..'... . I Because his ship hold none that trip, by whom ono could bo . -,j .,..- .;stufl-d.; ...??.! ??; , -..: . . ' 1 ' Poss ' ne'er is moro than two ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

THE EIVERUE GMZIEE, Trcts Tyrhis?ve mflii\nullo cliscrimine agetur. WEDNESDAY, F*EBEUAEY 4, 1874.

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. Sunday— 11.30 a.m. 'From Echuca, Denili ? quin, Wanganell, Sydney (viaDeniliquin) Monday— 12 a.m. From Maude^ Balranald. ? 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. . Tnesday-^5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday— 1 1 .30 a.m. From Echuca, De-. '??'? niliquin, and Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga Narari ; ' dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ? ll;30 a.m. Echuca, Deniliquiu, Wanganclla ? '? 8 pan. -Balranald and Maude . 5 p;in. Booligal, Wilcannia and Darling . : DEPARTURES: Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald ; 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, nnd Darling Monday — G p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, Wan ? gariella ? ? 7 p.m.- -Wagga Wagga; Narandera, and ', Sydney (via Wagga) Wednessday — C p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella and Sydney (via D'quin) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.'nu Booligal, Wilcannia Darling, &c. Friday- — G p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella ? -'???7.'p.in. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and...

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