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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874 [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 February 1874

DISTRICT COIJRTR 'FOR 1R7-1 Hay — Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 31st July. Deniliquin — Friday, 27th February ; Fri day, 24th July ; . Saturday, 19th December, Wagga Wagga — Saturday, 7th February ; . Saturday, 4tli July ; Friday, 27tli November. Albiiry — Monday, 16th February ; Mon day, 13tli July ; Monday, 7th December. Corowa— Saturday, 2lst February ; Satur day, 18th July ^ Saturday, 12tli December, Weutworth — Saturday, 21st March ; 'iturday, 15th August. Bourke — Thursday, 7 tli May ; Wednesday, Mil in ov ember. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1874. Hay — Thursday, 5tli March j Thursday, 30th July. . , , Deniliquin— Thursday, 26tli 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, lOtli July ; Friday, 4tli December. ' Wcntworth — Friday, 20th March ; Friday, 14th August. Bourke — Friday, 8tli May ; Thursday, 5th . November.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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CUDJELLICO. Feb. 18th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 February 1874

CUDJELLICO. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Feb. 18th, 1874. During the last week Forster's Reef Gold Mining Gompany havc been getting the site ready for tlio machinery, which will be here to-morrow or next, day ; but it will take some little time before they will be ready to start putting it up. At the clnim they aro still getting stone from the P. loader. The registration of No. 1 south is up, and they havo started to put up a whim ; the other claims' time time will be soon up, and then I hope I shall havo to report- that tlioy aro all in full swing again'. There is no flour in the town; and wo are living on potatoes, a load of which luckily came down from Forbes. Tho weather is delightfully cool, and I hopo we have had the worst of the heat over. Tho station people are laying poison all about the diggings, and some valuable dogs have been poisoned, in fact, the poison cart lays it quite close to the houses. I hear there , will be some work for the lawyers. There must-be. some law, ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Feb. 25, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 February 1874

STOCK RKl'ORT.. Wednesday, Fob. 25, 1874. Tho weather keens hot and sultry in tho daytime* with cool nights. Tho cquntry is ' .ycrjr drvj and ra in is again wished l'or. Mr. Murphy's tfOOU store sheep, travelling to tho (Jastlcrengli, in charge of Woolridge, are about .HO miles from Hav/' The Messrs. DcT sailly 1. arc started for Melbourne, 0985 fat inixed shoep. via Hillston and Hay, Albert Hawson in charge. A flock of 2704 fat ewes were started from Groongal, for Victoria, on 20th inst. There are no crossings at Hay to re port. The Wilcannia Times, of 18tli says : — Since the. date of our last report the weather hasbeen hot, sultry, and oppressive — :Vmt there is abundance of grass and water everywhere in our neighbourhopd. As the greater number of stationsj»ere are understocked inquiries are about .goqd store sheep ; but we have' net heard of any- transactions being finally' closed. We . know there are large ?. quantities of store lyethers on the upper AVarrego and the Barcoq, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 February 1874

Hay Jockey Club Annual Races. ? THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY ' 7tii and 8tii. ' Patron : ' J. J. PHELPS, M.L.A. - President : THOMAS D'ARCHY. -Vice-President: . EVAN EVANS. ? ? Stewards-. - Messrs. R. EDGAR : JOHN KEIGHRAN II. B. WELSH : G. C. LOUGHNAN : , P. W. REED E. EVANS J. MoGAW ' - - r- ; ' WM, LANG WM. McEVOY, ' ? Judge : . . THOS. McFAllLAND. ? ? Starter : ? EVAN EVANS. Clerk of the Course : GEORGE DONOHOE. FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, 7tii of. MAY. To start at 1 p.m. MAIDEN- PLATE, of 40 sovs., added to a sweep of 2 sovs. For all horsos that have not won an advertised prize, exceeding 20 sovs., at time of entry. Weight for age. One and a half miles. Entrance open. - To start at 1.45 p.m. PRINCE OF WALES' STAKES, of 25 sovs. Weight for age. The winner to be sold for £30. (If entered, not to be sold, to carry 7 lbs. extra). If entered to be sold for £25, allowed 7 lbs. : If for £20, 141bs. If for £15, 2 libs. Any surplus to go to the funds of the Club. 1^ miles. To start at 3 p.m. HAY J...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 February 1874

The river Murrumbidgee, at Hay, is 6ft. above summer level, and rising. At Wagga, ; on Saturday, it was Gft. 9in., and rising, i The Darling river at Wilcannia has been gradually rising during the week ; it has how (Feb.' 18) reached nearly tho same height as last year's flood. To look upon it now as it silently sleeps alqng, is to view a ?noble and majestic stream, fit to carry tho steamer Great Britain on its bosom. Our ! reports from the upper rivers show that on the borders qt- Queensland thq waters are - subsiding— the Balqnne is failing, and tho Barwon at Walgott is falling, and tho Bogan is not rising ; so that the great flood -here may. now -he considered -as being at itshighest - mark, and no further danger need be antici pated.^ — Times. THE IUYKMM; li HAZIEli. Tpps Tyriiis-ve v\ilti 'nulla discriminc ar/c(ur. ; . WEDNESDAY,' FEBRUARY 25, 1874.

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 18TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 February 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. ^ Wednesday, 18tii February. Fait Cattle. — :1,156 yarded, and all sold, hardly anything really- prime, quality prin cipally medium arid inferior. Market opened at I n'pc week's rates, but suffered a decline of full/ 7s. Gd. per.head towards the close. The 'following are the sales of Riverine stock :— M'Farland, Nap Nap, 200 head of bullocks, averaging £10 '12s. ; Bowon and M'Alistcr, Wagga, 223, £9 4s. 8d. ; F. Campbell, Nelyainbq, 101 bullqcks, £10 7s. ; ditto cows, £7 6s. 8d. ; E. H, Acres, Buck inbee, 54 bullocks, tq £11 10s. Fat Sheep.— 15,700 sold ; market, if any thing, firmer than- last week, very small quantity prime, but several lots of good use ful quality. The trade took 10,457, country 1,924, Meat Company 3,082, shippors 237 — total, 15,700. The following werosold, viz., Evan Evans, Roto, 2,582, no price stated ; Henry Ricketson, Baratta, 2000 ewes and wethers, averaging 10s. 6d. Store Stock.— Not much doing, the only transaction reported is the ...

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

THE RIVERINE GRAZIER is Published every Wednesday, at Hay, Murrurftbidgee Pvi\'er, N..S,W Subscription : £1 per annum, or 5s, per. 'quarter, payable in' advance. TO ADYERTISERS. . The Riverine Grazier ' is by far the most Avidely cii-culated hcavs paper in Riverina, and the charges, enumerated beloAV, are from tAventy five ])er cent, to seventy -five per cent. loAver than those of any other neAVspaper 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 AArliole column - £10 0 0 Half a column - - 5 5 0 Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under a quarter column, each inch - r 0 12 0 Under one inch, 2s. a line per quarter.

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

Death bi''THR',ItEv. P. S. 5fsifj5i®8t-=Tl!0 pnnouncemont of the death' of {his promising ? young clergyman li;(§ excited |- feeling of profound regrpt in a large circlo pf society, lie died at liis residonco, Comptpn, Kcw, on .Monday, Feb. '2;!, ;it seven p.iq, On Satur day he returned from Mordialloc, where he had been staying for ;i fe\v weeks for change of ;iir, nnd appeared to have gained .strength froiq the ejiiinge : but late in tlio evening Unfavorable symptoms manifested themselves, which excited, alarm in the minds .'qf his friends. Qn Monday afternoon he -yas seized with congestion of the: lungSj.' vfhicli tprnii liated fatally in a couple of hours. The deceased was in the thirtyybjirth' year of jus age when ho -y^ thus ppt' oil 111. the piidst' qf iisei'uhiess,( ond in prospept^'fif a brilliant career as a Christ jan teacher,'; 'I'he: ]ate Mr. Mc'iizies \yas tlio son qf tljo late, Rev, Sy, Menzies, qf It rcqnqck, Spotland, at tlic timo pf his so.i\'s birth, and ^ftpr\yar...

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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

TELEGRAMS. (from the daily papers.) London, 21st Feb. — The Marquis of Normanby (Governor of Queensland) Sir Alfred Stephen (late Chief Justice of New South Wales), Sir James M'Culloch, and the lion. ' John O'Shanassy, of Victoria, have been appointed Knights Commanders of the Order of St. Michael and St. George (Iv.C.M.G.) Mr. Charles Read has been knighted. The opening competition at the wool sales is well maintained and prices well sustained ; greasy , descriptions are eagerly sought for. It has been determined to hold .1 series of fivo sales during the year. Shipping. — Arrived : Marlahan, from Ade laide ; City of Cashmere, from Melbourne; Centurion, from Sydney ; Wildduck from New Zealand. London, 24th Feb. — The lion. Robert Bourke has been appointed Under-Secretary of Foreign Affairs, and Sir Henry John Selwin-lbbotson Under-Secretary of the Home department. The right hon. Sir C. B. Adderloy is tho new President of the Board of Trade. The Marquis of Har tington, Chief Secreta...

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MELBOURNE. 2nd March, 11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

MELBOURNE. (from otjk own correspondent.) 2nd March, 11.30 a.m. [Tlic following was received on Monday, and published as an extraordinary : — ] The Ticliborne Claimant is found guilty on all counts, and sentenced to fourteen years in Newgate gaol. The trial began 23rd April, and has thus occupied ten months. The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, and Her Majesty the Queen, publicly enter London on 12tli March. . At the wool sales, London 28th February, seveuty thousand bales of wool were sold, when there was brisk competition and good prices. . ? ? . a

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

TO THE . EDITOR OF, THE RIVEHINE OnAZIER. Sin, — Will you allow me space in your valuable paper, with reference to tho' remarks of a correspondent, signing himself ' Log Stump,' respecting the / forthcoming cricket, match, Hay v. Deniliquin. The.remarks he mado about the dinner, I consider, is a gross insult. to the gentlemen who are engaged in this match. . ' Leg Stump,' says that tho Hayites aro fearful of getting a drubbing from the Deniliquinitcs, and do not wish to have their play taken notice of, &c. Now, I will leave it to common sense, or even ' Leg Stump,' to answer : What are the Hayites frightened of ? Wbv, surely not of their opponents! whom they have invited to a friendly game of cricket ; and no doubt he will agree with me in saying, ' Let the best men win, uuu not imow out 111s uiiuuuuu-ior remarks in public print. Our local club, thero is not the least doubt, 'have weak points, j but still, as may be seen by their practice, 1 they aro making great progress in...

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

FRUIT TREES, FLOWERS, VINES, &c Wagga Waqga Nursery, JAMES MACAULAY, PROPRIETOR. H- O. VIVIAIN, for HAY. WILL supply Fruit Trees, Ornamental Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Bulbs, Tubers, Garden and Flower Seeds. Price Catalogues on application. Country Orders punctually attended to. 170-44. For Sale Privately, A LARGE SPRING CART (nearly new), with harness ; also SADDLE and DRAUGHT HORSES. ' Apply 172-u H. C. VIVIAIN, Hay. JOHN MOORE, Jun, HAS FOR SALE 9£fl YEARLING RAMS, pick of Bayly's Ol/U this year's lot, for delivery from July to September, 'according to 'locality. 8000 Prime Store Wethers, from the Bar won, on the run, or to arrive. Large mixed lot from Brewarrina, do. 200 Good Aged Cows, iiicalf to first-class bulls (chiefly M'Dougald's), at Nap Nap. Some fine , improving properties in the Upper Darling and Warrego districts. For particulars, apply to JOHN MOORE, Jun., 175-31 Stock and Station Agent, Hay. t , Sabine's MASONIC HALL. This new spacious and SPLENDID ROOM WILL B...

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

It seems to be clearly understood by tho ministries of Victoria and New South Wales that with tlio abrogation of tho Border Treaty everything should bo done by the authorities to render tho present state of things as disagreeable as possible to each other. Neither colony, likes the collection of the duties, and they seem to hope by making things inconvenient and uncomfortable for each, other! that they will find a way to meet on friendly terms. As we showed, a few weeks ago,' the abrogation of tho Treaty and return to a collection of the duties on the border is a great boon to Riverina, but it brings with it a corresponding nmount of trouble and annoyance to travellers. Every package which is sont by coach, steamboat, or private .conveyance is liable to bo opened and examined by tlio Victorian authorities, as soon as it crosses tlio Murray, arid this is very annoying to such as merely visit Vic toria for a month in. summer, or pass over on business. We are glad to see that the ques ...

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OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany communications that may require verification. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

? OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany com munications that may require verification. TO THE EDITOR OF THE niVEKIUE GRAZIER' Sin,— In an old issue of a contemporary, I find (under tho heading ' Booligal to Wil cannia') that in the list of wells and tanks therein described as supplied with water 011 this track, ' the jumping sand-hill ' is in cluded. To stop the farce, and for the better enlightenment of the impetuous traveller, you would, I am sure, deserve the the thanks of the peripatetic portion of our community, by . corrccting the error, as this is a case where ?no plausible incognito is required in authen tication. Cortes, there is a well there, and I grant you the water, with the usual whim and , tank, but as there are no wliim-ropes or buc kets at this (facetiously termed) Government well, the water might as well be lying under ground at Kamschatka. Under such imbecile management as this, whore even the horses carrying Her Majesty's mails are compelled to pass wi...

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

Printing at Hay. THE undersigned proprietor of tlio Riverine Grazier begs to inform station holders, business people, and all who havo Printing1, Work to be done, that lio has had oxtensivo experience in general printing hi tlio largest and. best printing establishments in London and Melbourne, and 'guarantees that wli atovor lie takes in hand will bo done in a crcditnblo manner and at' pripes lower than lierctoforo in Riverina. Bi'iu,tiijg.in colours and gold' bronze donp in beautiful stylo. : Station returns, pamphlets, billheads^ &c., &o.: . ? john Andrew! ' Printed and' published by the proprietor^ John And kew, at the. Wharf Store, Hay^ New South Walcs.^ ' ' ' ' '

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

. , ' : QUARTER1 SESSIONS. : There are for, trial to-morrow, : .5 tli inst.— Patrick Murphy, on. reiriarid from last court, embezzlement. ? ? ' ? ' John Walters, horsestealing; ; '' ' ?' Thomas Roberts, larceny. John Latimer, larceny.

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MELBOURNE. 28th February, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

MELBOURNE. (from our own correspondent.) 2Sth February, 1874. The issue of tho elections in Groat Britain has not disappointed many persons who have been paying any attention to the current of events in tho old country during the last two. years. Tho radical measures which have bem made law by tho Gladstone Ministry, and tho groat blow which lias_been thereby struck at tlio antiquated ideas of the Tories lias been too violent for England to stand without a protest. Enough lias boon done in tie way of progress and reform, for the next septennial period, and, therefore, it is that' a break lias, been put on the wheels. We may now look forward with certainty to the old stage coach being driven along with a great amount , of solemn steadiness, as. if it was convoying to the tombs of the Capulets the whole Liberal body, there to be embalmed nnd interred* One good thing has resulted from this political change, and that is, the fusion of old party opponents into one common body of opposi s...

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COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

COURTS OF. QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1874. Hay — Thursday, 5th March ; Thursday, 30th July. Dcniliquin — Thursday, 2 (5th February ; Thursday, 23rd July; Friday, -18tli De cember. Wagga Wagga— Thursday, 5th February; Thursday, . 2nd July ; Thursday, 2Cth No vember. ;'- - Albury — Friday, 13th Fobrnary ; Friday, 10th July ; Friday, 4th December. Wentworth — Friday, 20th March ; Friday, 14th August. Bourke; — Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th November.

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DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

DISTRICT COURT. Civil cases for trial on' Friday, Gth inst. King and Geo. Taylor (Reed) y. Stephen Brooks, work and labour, £17- 2s. ? Gunning (Reed) v. II. Ilarrindcn, goods and money lent, £12 15s. 7d. Charles Brown (Reed) v. P. Gibbons, goods sold, £20. : Thomas Watts, (Rood) v. Witcombe Bros., goods and labour, £124 l-3s: Gd. M. 'Cochrane (Reed) v. Thomas Watts, labour, £21 10s. 9d. ; T. Hunt (Reed) v. Pemberton & Co., money lent and labour; £77 Is. . J. E. Warby y. Hayward, goods, ; £50 3s. Same v. Eastbourne, £37 19s. 8d. Same v. Geyer, £12 5s. .. Sale. — Mr. Warby is now selling off the remainder of his stock ; he gives up his pre mises on the 10th inst. Police Barracks'. — Messrs. .Witcoihbo have begun this public work. It is situated in the paddock adjoining the Polico Court — a most central situation — and in tlic Messrs. Witcomhe's hands, tho building' is sure to bccome a substantial well-finished structure. Mr. Owen, of tho Deniliquui post-office, who supplied Mr...

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY. SYDNEY, March 3rd, 9.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 4 March 1874

By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, March 3rd, 9.30 p.m. General Sir Garnet Wolsely entered C00 massio, on 4th February, after five days' hard fighting. He intended to return next day. Tho King had gone from Coomassie, and was Kiiintr for nenee. The Tichhonie Claimant has been found guilty, and sentenced to fourteen years penal servitude. Sydney. — Tho strike in tho iron trade is ended ; the men are to have two breaks in summer, and oiie in winter.

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