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

THE , RIVERINE GRAZIER Published every Wednesday, at Hay, Murrunibidgee River, N.S.W. ' Subscription ': £1 per annum, ov 5s. per. quarter, payable in advance. A very large number of copies are sent free to all parts of Biverina, 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 chai'ges, enumerated below, are from twenty five per cent, to severity -five- per cent, lower than those of any other newspaper in the district. Advertisements.— J?or 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 Half a column - - 550 Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under a quarter column, each inch - - 0 12 0 Under one inch, 2s. a line per quarter.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

JOHN CORRIGAN; ^'OOL CL ASSER AND SCO URER, ..-??? ;. .. . .HAT. ' .. ;. --f ?? ? -WR.-, JOHN CORRIGAN. Wool Classer 111 and Scourer, begs to inform the Squatters of Riverina and surrounding Districts that he has commenced Business as above, and is prepared to scour and class any toool.thatmay be entrusted to him, at the LOWEST CUR RENT RATES ; also to.class and purchase Sheep on commission in any of the Colonies. From his long and extensive experience in the Business, he ventures to assert that he ivill yet up. wool in an unsurpassable manner ; he is also prepared to purchase wool and sheep skins for cash. .; ;. . ? i07u Printing at Hay. rpHE undersigned proprietor of tho Riverine JL ] Grazier begs to inform station holders, business people,. and all who have Printing Work to bo done, that ho has had extensive experience in general printing in- the largest sini! best' printing establishments in. London and Melbourne,1 and guarantees rtwtTFhatovor he t alecs in hand will be' done, i...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 February 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay— Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 31st July,. ..' ......... '? . ? Deniliquin— Friday, 27th February ; Fri day, 24th July ; Saturday, 19th December. -Wagga, Wagga— Saturday, 7th February ;. Saturday, 4th July; Friday, 27th November, Albury — Monday, lGfch February ; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December. ? Corowa— -Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th December. ^ Wentworthr— Saturday, 21st March; /aturday, 15th August. Bourkc— Thursday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th November. ? ? . ? COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS ; FOR 1874. Hay— Thursday, 5th March ; Thursday, 30th July. Deniliquin — Thursday, 26th February ; Thursday, 23rd July ; Friday, 18th De cember., ? ?? ' .Wagga Wagga — Thursday, 5th February ; Thursday, ; 2nd July ; Thursday, 26th No vember,; Albury— Friday, 13th February; Friday, 10th July ; Friday, 4th December. Wentworth— Friday, 20 th March ; Friday, 14th August. . . Bourke — Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th November, r : _...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

-THE- OLDEST SADDLERY Establishment i^ .HAY. ; ; . 'v . BEGS to thank 'his Friends, Customers^ and the Public generally, fur the extensive . '? support lie has received during the past -six years that lie has been in Business in Hay and he 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 the attention of the Squatters and his numerous Cus tomers in Ilav and the Surjwifldiiig District, t'o his LARGE ASSORTMENT OF J SADDLES, viz. :—!? Ladies' Side Saddles Gouts' Best Hogskiu Saddles Soincrsat ? Seiifi ditto ditto ? Gents' Town, Hunting, aad IJuslt ditto Roll Cantle Saddles Stock Saddles, with hogskin seats and knee-pads -1 ' rough and smooth bag leather ditto HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Single and Double Buggy Harness Light and Heavy Draught ditto ' Spring Cart and Outrigger ditto Waggonette ditto ? Waggonettes covered and frii/uned A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SUPERIOR COLLARS, . of all descriptions,...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

Bullock Team for sale THE Executors of the late Richard Bourke have for Sale Twelve- or Thirteen WORKING BULLOCKS,- which will be offered at auction about the '5th of March. Particulars next week. 143 Rudd's Point Races, On TUESDAY, the 17th of MARCH, 1874. Judge : — : ? ? Stewards : JOHN BUCKLY DAVID DOW GEORGE TERRY ' W. HILLS ? W. FOWLER. Starter ; JOSEPH RUDD. First Race. MAIDEN PLATE, of 10 sovs. For all . horses that have never won an advertised -prize. Weight for age_ Ono and a lisilf miles. Second Race. LADIES MILE, of 8 sovs. Welterweight for age. Gentlemen riders. Third Race . RUDD'S POINT HANDICAP, of 20 sovs. ? For- all horses, to be handicapped by the Stewards or whom they may appoint. Two ? miles. Nomination, enclosing 1 sov.-, to be in the hands- of the Secretary, pri or before the 3rd of March, 1874. Weights to be declared on or before the 10th of March, 1874. ' . Fourth Race. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 8 sovs. For all horses. Two miles. Over eight leaps, 3ft. 6in. Fif...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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(FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

(FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) London, 29th Jan. — Mr. Hawkins, Q.O., the leading counsel for tho prosecution, lias concluded his reply, and Chief Justice Cock burn has commenced his summing up, which is expected to last for a fortnight. . ? ? London, 81st Jan. — The price of wheat is dropping, owing to large expected arrivals : America has shipped half a million quarters in three weeks ; Adelaide wheat is: in good demand. London, 3rd Feb. — Mr. Gladstorie, the Premier and Chancellor of the Exchequer, has been returned for Greenwich Mr. E. Cardwell, the Secretary for War, and Mr. Vernon Harcourt, for Oxford city ; Mr. Stansfeld, President of the Local Govern ment Board, for Halifax ; Mr. Lowe, Home Secretary, for London University ; and Mr. Childcrs, for Pontefract ; Sir John Pakington has been defeated at Droitwicli. Official' despatches from Cape C.oast to 19th January state that the King of Asliantee sent a. Ger man missionary to treat with Sir Garnet Wolseley ; 1100 seamen and marines...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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BOURKE. February 10th, 11 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

? ' BOURKE. (from our own correspondent.) . [hy ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] February 10th, 11 p.m. Rivers falling at Walgett, Darling rising slowly here. Sultry weather, no stock moving. [The following was sent on Saturday, 7th inst., intended for issue with our northern mail, but in consequence of the line being down, we did not receive it until Monday.] The rivers nre in heavy flood about here, but we do riot expect a dangerous flood in the Darling.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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DISCOVERY OF A COMPANION OF LEICHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

PISCO VERRY OF A COMPANION OF LEICHARDT. An Australian Associated Press telegram gives the following from Brisbane 4th Fein ruary : — Tho man calling himself Andrew Hume, who was despatched by tho Sydney Government, 'iri 1872, in search of tracks of Leichardt, arrived at Brisbane per Boome rang this mornin.g He reports that has found Classan, the second in . command of Leicliardt's expedition, living with the blacks on the head waters of Stewart's Creek. Classan, he says, is getting very decrepid, and was anxious to leave the blacks. Hume attempted to bring him- away, but was pre vented by the ..black's. Hume remained with Classan some time, during which Classan wrote an account in German of the fate of Leichardt's expedition.. Classan stated to Hume that Leicliardt's paifty muti nied, aud after a struggle with the leader, left him, when pushing on to the N. W coast, Classan at the time was away searching for water. Ho returned and found Leichardt in sensible, the camp broken up, an...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

ENGLISH MAIL, The R.M.S.S. Bangalore arrived at Glenelg at 8! o'clock on Friday morning. She left Bombay on the 10th January, and arrived at Galle on the 15th. She left Galle on the 12th, and arrived at King George's Sound on the 1st February, leaving the Sound for Adelaide -on the 2nd inst. She'had a fine passage throughput. London, Dec. 26th. — Meat preserved by new process 111 Buenos Ayres has been tested and found exceedingly good. Mr. Saul Samuel was a guest at the Fishmongers'-liall banquet on the 10th December. Working men are returning in shoals from America, in consequence of the distress existing there. Dr. Lyon Playfair, ' the new Postmaster General, is considering a scheme for the re duction of telegrams from Is. to 6d., and and another plan for dispensing with the sys tem of registering papers. The death is announced of the Rev. John Howard Hunter, a distinguished Nonconformist minister, at the age of 83 ; he was author of the History of tlie United States of North Amer...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Feb. 11. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

.STOCK REPORT. ? Wednesday. Feb. 11. 1874; Tho weather since our last has been close find warm in the daytime, with cool breezes fit night. Tho late rains have raised a fine growth of grass, and caused the cotton bush to bud, Tlie surface water is drying up, and walls are again brought iuto work. . Messrs. Siinmie, Frazor, and Craig's 11,000 sheep crossed at Hay yesterday, 10th iiist., in charge of Cameron, on their way to Cornelia Orealc j 4,000 ewes leave Messrs. Wragge and Hearno's Wardry Station, in charge of D. Cummins, sold to Dr. O'Connor, of Wagga. Our correspondent telegraphs from Bourke, on 7tli inst., tliat 'The rivers aro in heavy flood aboufliere, but wo don't expect a dangerous flood in ; the ' Darling,'. The Riverine Iler.ald reports Crossed at Echuca, February 4th, 197 head of. cattle (M'Far*. laud's), from Nap Nap station. At Denili quin, Feb. 6th, 250 fat cattle crossed, and 2,500 fat sheep, Lyall and Simpson's, wore close at hand. The Wilcannia Times reports, Fob....

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY. Feb. 6th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

SYDNEY. -V ? (from OUR OWN correspondent.) . ? ??' Feb. .6th, 1874. Within a few days, by a remarkahlo coin cidence, we have received what seems like re liable and exact information' of the deaths of two Jgreat explorers, Livingstone arid L'oi 'ctifeirtr ' Though, more tliaii twenty years mtist have intervened between :the decease' tif the' Gennan traveller in -Australia and that of the Spotchniaii in Africa, it has so hap pened that the reports of their last days are aluibst simultaneous. Last week news ?reached London,, at first open to some ques tion but, afterwards confirmed beyond doubt, that ;Dr; ' Livingstone, after wading some days through the 'Bemba Lake, had, been seized with' dysentery and died.. : His ser vants embalmed his body, mid were carrying it to Zanibar, Thp. sad tidings has awakened, ?solemn feelings pyerywhere. -:Even, Punch ; :this day, says with . Unwonted gravity, ' the pilgrim's work is over, the explorer's; tojl has ceased.; triumphant o'er all dangers his...

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HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Feb. 11. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Fob. 11. 1874. The Pearl came down stroflm, and sailed for Echuca oiv Ffidoy, 6th.' ' : j The Alfred arrived from Echuca on -Wed-r nosday, 4tli, sailod up to Illillawft OH Satur day, returned tho following day, and- sailed for Echuca on Tuesday, Wm-adgerUf arrived on Saturday, from Echuca, with a largo pprgo mainly timber and woolpacks, and returns' tliis morning, Omtiberpona arrived on Mqnday, from Milling, S.A, - ' ' Riverina arrived on Tuesday, from. Echuca. rfhe river Mnrrumbidgee, at Hay, is a feot above summer level, 1

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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MEETING OF SHEEP OWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

. MEETING OF SHEEP ' OWNERS^ I Tho annual mect|ng of sheep owners, , tdplcj place at tho court-house, Hay, on Thursday,.. 5th inst. : ; There were' present. Messrs. -C. ? W. , Sim7J soil, F. Chaillbor8, E. G. Seveme; ? Robert. Scott, Walter Tully, Wm. D'Archy,' and ! John Fairbairn, sheep inspector. ' Mr. Simson was chosen to fill -the chair. The Inspector presented following report: — -. Hay, 20th January, *1874v- --j To tho Chairman ..and'.; Board ' of - Sheep: Directors, Hay. -? . . . .v Gentlemen,— I do myself; the honor to | hand you my report for the past year of 1873.' I have to state that th'orb' werd '804,579 sheep travelling last year through this, 'disi trict, of these I personally examined 4 17,000, ' Tho total, 804,579' slieep, travelling in 1873 I will apportion in - the following divi sions, namely — : ' ;. ' 1; Store sheep, for fattening arid- brooding purposes, and for the stocking of stations, - some' in this district and others further north, 246,070, ?. '' ' .2.'...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 4TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT, ' Wednesday, 4th Fuhjiuarv, Fat U-ittle,—ilfi87 entered, of which 950 were sold, tho remainder will bo offored on Friday. This was tho largost supply for some months, but as tho - trade was almost bare of stock, prices wei'o vory satisfactory, although a reduction of 10s. to 15s, per head had to bo submittod to 1 quality, mostly good, only a fow priino, Tho following afo tlie sales of Riverain stock Learmonth's, Murrumbidgoo, average bullocks, £10 lis. Gil.; cows, £8 7s, lOd. Bannister and Warby's bullocks, from. Humbug Creek, average £10 Is, 3d. M'Gregor, OuTpaulfn, Darling, bullocks average. £8 15s, cows, £7 Gs. 2d. 159 bullocks, Barber and Bur gher, Forbes, will bo oft'ercil on Friday. Ftl Jshrrp. — 15,600 yardod, all of which wore sold, prices fully equal to last quotations;' 'j'he trade took- 9,900 ; meat com'pnnies, 4,900; ' country, 800 ; total, 15,600, 2,020 owes and wethers, -Grants', Cuninyeuk, ewes 8s; 6d. ;-wethers, 13s, ; the latter being tho hig...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. 10th February, 12 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. :(from our own correspondent.) 10th February, 12 p.m. ' bv'DNEv — 'A cricket match was played on the Albert Ground between the All-England IJleven and a Combined Fifteen. The 11 njade a total in two innings of 306, the Com bined 9 New Soutli Wales and 6 Victorians made a total of 188. Saturday. — The All Enghmd men hit everythiug to get out soon, the combined fifteen would not put them out. Indignation has been aroused. The game is said to have beerf spoiled by betting. Monday.— The Anglican Synod has con demned lotteries and raffles in connexion witli church bazaars. England. — The Conservfitiyoshave gained 44 clear, There is a report that Gladstone Ji3S re signed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

Printed :nnd' published by : the proprietor, . ? . 'John Andrew, at tho AVliarf Store, Hoy, New South Wales. ' . -

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

MARRIED. Palmar — Warby. — Oil the 28th ult.,: by 'the I^ev, Dr. . Cairns, at tjhe' Presbyterian Church, St. Kilda, Gideon, eldest son of Mathew Palmer, Esq,, of 'Carioon' station, ^lurvumbidgee, Jfew South Wales, to Bessy, oldest daughter of Saiuflel' Wfirhy, Esq., of St. Kilda. THE RIVERINE (jRAZIER. Tros Tgrius-ve mihi nullo discrimine agetur. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1874.

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MELBOURNE. 7th February, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

MELBOURNE. \ (from OUR own CORRESPONDENT.) ' -:\: 7th February, 1874. The man Hume, whoj it is cortain, was uri- . justly imprisoned in 'Sydiiey somc 'time, ago, but received ? his libeVation on- condition o^ his going in search of Leichardt or his re^' -mains has returned, bringing with -him tlio ' intelligence- that he has :discovcrod ono Clas- . : san, the second in command of the expedi- ? tion, who is still alive amongst the natives, but very- old, and /deprcpid. .Tlio quadrant watch and To pages of Leichardt's, journal, are preserved by liim, but the blacks refused to allow him to leave their tribe. The whole story of this unfortunate expedition will ; likely soon be known, as, 110 doubt, the Syd ney Government will send .a force to recover Clnssan mid all ho retains of Leichardt. ' The problem then will soon be solved of what be came of all those who formed that ill-fated party of discovery. The political world is greatly excited just now with the elections that are going 011...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

Blackwood .ano Othukr v. London. Ch.vr TKitnn Bank. — Amongst tlio Melbourne tele grams in our (Syc'ni'i/ Morning Herald) ir.suo of Saturday last our renders will have ob Mrvcd a nnliliciit'um (hut the Privy Council luul dccidod iri favour of tlio bank in the nliove suit, which was tried in Sydney.' There has been an enormous iinuiunt of litiga tion in connection Willi this matter. . It wits commenced so long' ago as the year 18(-0, mid arose out of adverse claims hv the parties' to a nm or station, known as Xouranie, 011 the Murruinhid^ee, and formerly the property of the late Mr. Hugh Glass. Jiotli parties liehl securities over this -run. The plaintiffs claimed priority for their security 011 account, of its haviug had a real priority m point of dates (which was unquestionably the fact), while the defendants maintained thcif own J'ight upon the ground that Mr. Glass had been left in apparently unencumbered propri torship of the station, and had been dealt with, bonajide, hy them (...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 February 1874

We have, on several occasions, called the attontipn of the authorities -to tho waste of public money in the snagging operations which are now being carried on in the Mnr rumbidgee. .Tho work has been going oiifor twelve molitlis, arid for all the' practical good resulting from the labours of those employed we may almost write nil. There are, at present, about 200 men at work, and they cannot say that they have done anything to make the navigation of the river more safe, or open, for a longer period than before they began their labours. We are not/to be understood as attaching, any blame to either Mr. Moriarty or his men for all this, as they have done all that was possible with the power- at their command, and which the depth of the stream would permit them to do. But how could they reach, the snags in mid stream, which are the obstructions to the navigation, when they were covered by- so many feet of water ? It is the opinion of practical men that all their work lias beeu mere- cli...

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