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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

UNCLAIMED : LETTERS. Lying at the General Post Office, Sydney, ?loth January, 1874, ; -. vir i i Ship ieMers.T-^Adams Geo., Wentworth ; Ah Leong, Lachlan ; Anderson .Samuel, Moama; Aslie. Richard;' Wagga ? Wagga j Bailey John', Cobnr ; Baldwin A.- .Booligal : Beck . John, River Darling ; Bonnetib fG.eo., Hay' ; , Benson, F G, Deniliquin. 5 ; Bergmeier Henry,.' M.enindie,; . Betlunie E, .Toolybuc ; Bond John, Hay.; Brooksr Edwin, ,,Murrum- bidgee ; ' Broughton ? J, Murrumbidgeo - Brown John, , Wilcannia ; Burkbv ;,Sjtrs,, ' Menindio Campbell H H, Lachlai^ River Cannichael ? James, Fort Bourke .; ] Carson1 W m.j Booligal Chalmers John,, Moula mein;; -.Chandler Joseph, ^Conargp .; Chap-' man :Goo,,;Hoy..;,! Olark ; Jaoob, ; Bou'rko i; Cock Geo, Bourke ; Cook . Herbert, Menin die ;' Cpppingcr,,;H { Y,,; Mossgiel ; Cyiiroy, John. Lachlan ; Creed Jolin, Murfunibid(ree : Cross Robert, Menindie ;,Davies Jphn,;Mul-; , wala/2) ;.' Dinley Mrs, JSooligal:; iDight, &? Hay,' Maragle ;: Di...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, March 11, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

STOCK REPORT, Wednesday, Mtwh il- 1874. , Last Wednesday wo had it hoavy fall of rain in tho neighbourhood of Hay,' it was partial howovor, soino places only a few miles off having recoived but little. Since that day tho wcathor lia3 been- clqso an 4 -yarm, betokpning approaching thunderstorms. Tho Bathurst burr is now growing'' vigorously— pity hut we cquld iitilijjo the noxious weed in paper making qr sqme other Useful article of commerce, A flock of sheep from Qoan Downs aro approaching . Condoholiil, travelling up tho Ifachlan to Forbes. Mr. Thomas Simpson's 2,500 mixed sheep aro now in tho neighbourhood of Hay, travelling for salo, They com mence mustering for fat cattlo at Lake Walgcars station to-day, tho late rains Jiaving provided plenty of surface water for travelling stock. Tho Central Aus tralian reports, Feb. 21 :— During the past wock the weather has been much cooler jind moro favourable for tho growth of feed. Judging from the manner in which tho grass has, grown in t...

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

Hay Jockey Club Annual Races. ? THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, MAY 7th and 8th. Patron : J: J. PHELPS, M.L.A, President : ? THOMAS D'AIICHY. . ViccrPresident : ' ' EVAN EVANS; ' ' ' Stewards : Messrs. R. EDGAR . . . JOHN KEIGHRAN. I[. B. WELSH G. C. LOUGHNAN . ? f. w: REED v E. EVANS -- ? J. McGAW WM. LANG WM.MoEVOY. Judge : .. THOS. McFARLAND. ? . ' 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 soys. For all horses that have not won an advertised prize, exceeding 20 sovs., at time of entry. Weight for ago. 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, 211bs. Any surplus to go to the funds of the Club. miles. - To start at 3 p.m. HAY JOCKEY ...

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

The' Munnmbidgee, at Hay, is : 7ft. above summer level, and falling ; at Wager a, it was 4ft. 3in., arid falling. River Intelligence.—1 Tlie Wilcannia Times says, March 5th : — 'Tlie Darling still keeps slowly rising, It has now nearly reached the hpight of last year's flood. The steamer Jqlly Miller, Captain Johnston, with copper pre, arrived from Bourse on the 26th ; sailed samo day for Monindie and Went worth.^ Tho Ariel, Gaptain Anderson, from Adelaide, arrived on the 27th, ' After dis charging cargo loft for Bourke on tho 28tli. The Excelsior, Captain Braclfinbridge, arrived from Adelaide on the 1st, ' Sailed samo day foi' Tjouth and Bourke, Tho Darling hero is just stationary— rieithcr rising oior 'falling.! /From Pooncarie, March' 2nd, we loam .'that the Wy Miller passed foww on that day,. ~r;

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

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, 4th March. Fat Cattle.— 972 had come to. hand, a short supply ; prices improved from 10s. to 15s. per head on last week's closing rates. Prime pens realised £10 10s to £1? 10s,. Riverine eattle were sold as follows Mrs. M'Rae, Caulpaulin, 50 bullocks, to £13 5s„ averaging. 4H 8s. 160, Tobin & Co.'s Wiiibar, bullocks averaging £10 6s, 9d. ; cows, '£8 8s, Id. Fat Sheep, — 11,269 were penned, princi pally good tq prime ; the shortest supply for a long time, A few. of tlie best lots sold at 6d. a head in advance of last week's prices. Meat .preservers arp unable' to operate 'largely at present prices. Tho trade took; 8,733, country buyers 1,500, Meat Com pany 1,036. Thero are no sales of Riverine sheep reported this week. Store Stock.~ln cattlo, prices asked are so much over buyers limits that few sales pre taking place, Cattle delivored on tho Darling are said to bo worth £5 10s. to £5 16s. 6d, 100.0 store sheep were sold- at Echuca, and 1,500...

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DISTRICT COURT. FRIDAY, 6TH MARCH, 1874. (Before His Honor Judge Francis.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

DISTRICT COURT.. Friday, 6th March, 1874. f Before His Honor Judare Francis.) In the caso of King and Taylor v. Stephen Brooks, and Hunt v. Pemberton, there was no appearance, and on the motion of Mr. Reed, they wore continued/ and will be heard at next sittings without more notice or ex penso. ? . Watts v. Witcombe Bros. — Mr, Reed for plaintiff, Defefeiidants: did not appear,- and | verdict for amount (£124 13s.' 6d.) was given. Afterwards Messrs. Witcombe came into Court, and upon giving good reasons for; not being in . attendance sooner, his Honor re-opened the case, which resulted in a vcr- : diet for plaintiff for £48 19s. 2d. j Warby v. Hay ward. — £50. : Verdict,' £18i cash, and remainder as tho bricks afo sold.. ; ! Warby v. Eastbourne'. — Y erdict for plain tiff; £37 19s. 8d. : ? Warby v. Geyer.— This was a dispute as : to tho sale of an iron, safe. Verdict, that: | defendant should'take the safe, and : pay £5 for it at the end of four months from thisi Cochrail v. Watts. ...

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SENTENCES. SATURDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

SENTENCES. Saturday',' ' Marcit 7. - i Thomas Roberts, larceny, eleven months' | hard labour in Deniliquin gaol. . i . John Walters, for horsestealing, ^'confined-1 for one year and three months in Goulburn -i goal. _ ? J Christopher Cavenagh, for. horsestealing. — his Honor said prisoner would have tlie op portunity of breaking himself off the habit of drinking-. No man conld get on in this' country who could not be entrusted with liquor — one year and three months in De niliquin gaol with hard labour. This finished all the business of the March sittings. ;

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

7 Thurlston House, 7 LACHLAN STREET, HAY. MRS. J. H. PALMER wishes to intimate , to tlio Public of Hay and the surround ing districts, that sho will opon the above Store, with a woll-assorted STOCK OF DRAPERY and FANCY GOODS, in a week or. ten days from ;this date. March 10th, 1874. ? 183u FOR SALE. Qfifl COWS, 3 to. 6 years, £ood colors O.yU' and well -bred, pn the Lachlan, would bo delivered at seller's expense . any where in this neighbourhood. ,, ?. r, ? WILLIAM WILLIAMS, '' v.: ' Stock and- General Agent, Hay.

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(FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

( FROM THE DAILY PAPERS. V London, 3rd March.— The funeral of tlie Rev. Thomas Binney, which took place at Abney Park, was attended by 5000 persons, and amongst those present were the Earl of Shaftesbury, Mr, Geo. Stillman Hillard, Mr. Morlcy, Mr. Charles Reed, and other public men ; addresses were delivered by Arch deacon Harrison, tho Rev. Henry Allon and Dean Stanley, and this concluded the sorvico at the grave. Arrived : Somersetshire, from Melbourne. London, 5th March. — Parliament formally opens to-day ; Mr. Brand's election to the Speakership is unopposed ; there will be no speech from the throne until 'members' are sworn in and the Ministers are re-elected; Houses will probably meet for business on the 19th inst. . Paris, 3rd March, — M. Ledru Rollin has been elected a deputy to the National As sembly. , Madrid, 3rd March.— The Republican General, Moriones, telegraphs that ho has completely failed to penetrate the Carlist lines ; he says, ' Our position is endangered, the lo...

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HAY QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

HAY QUARTER SESSIONS, Thursday. Mahoh 5. 1874, His Honour Judge Francis opened tlie court at ton o'clock, Mr, Forbes appeared as .Crown Prosecutor ) Mr. Murray, barrister, find Mr, Reed, the local attorney, appeared. ..... On entoving tho court-liouse, which still remains, getting gradually moro dilapidated, his Honor shruircod his shoulders, waited a. jnoment to nerve himself for plunging into our public (- lien house,'— his Honor called it=-spmethlng of tho feeling of' the fninous casual' beforo plunging into, the dirty pauper bath seemed . to be pressing on I113 . Honor's mind, I j.Anc^NY, J John Latimer, charged with, stoaling, on November last at Bqto, cheque for- £4 2s. 11(1. pleaded not guilty ; ho wqs undefended. Constable Edward Gallagher, stationed at Hillston, deposed, ho arrested prisoner on JJ2nd November 11 oar Roto station, about 120. miles from here, Prisonor said ho cashed a cheque nt Clarke's Hotel fp.r £4 a few shil lings aud somo p.enco 5 that ho got it from a ma...

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

. .. S A .ILiTE '. 7 : ON EASY TERMS, ? SPLENDID : BUILDING ALLOTMENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE ? . ' ' .TOWN OF; H AY7'7.7 For full particulars, apply to 185-32 THOS. SIMPSON. Municipal District of Hay. TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are required by tlio Municipal Council of Hay for work to be done in Channelling, Kerbing, Draining, Blocking, -5'c. Lachlan Street, Hay, in accordance with plan and specification to be seen at the Council Chambers, Bush Inn, Hay, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Wednes days, Thursdays, and Saturdays. ? Tenders to be fonvarded addressed to the Mayor and Aldermen, not. later than 7 p.m. on THURSDAY, the Ninth day of APRIL next. WILLIAM SABINE, Mayor. Council Chambers, Hay. 9th March, 1874. . 186-24 WANTED a COOK for a' Station near Hay. Apply . JAMES FORSYTH, Hay. Wanted, TENDERS for building WOOLSHED, &c. Plans and Specifications to be seen at the office of Mr. WM. WILLIAMS, Commission Agent, Hay. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted...

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY, March 10th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

By Electric Telegraph (from our own correspondent.) ' Sydney, March 10th, 1874. On Friday the British Parliament met. The Queen's speech was postponed to the 19tli, to give time for the re-election of Ministers. We have Ashantoe war news to 8th Feb. The King deceived the English by proposal of peace, and renewed the fighting. The end was that the King was taken prisoner. General Wolseley was returning from Coo massie on Sunday. The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh landed at Gravesend on Monday. Tlie Tartar has arrived at Sydney with the English Mails taken from the Macgregor. The Macgregor ran on a reef in Kandavu Harbor. ' ' Thehon. Saul Samuol, Postmaster-General, has returned. The mail would have been punctual but for the accident, which is ascribed to the care lessness of Pilot Frost.

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

MELBOURNE, ( PIIOM our own correspondent.) March 7th, 1874, . The great topic of interest during the past week has been the finding of the jury in tho Tiehbornc case. The trial began on the 23rd April, 1873, and the jury gave their verdict of guilty on 27th February, 1874. It has been the longest criminal trial on re ™rrl nnd wns conducted on all sides with a great amount of legal force and talent. The counts in the indictment charged him with swearing falsely that he' was Sir Roger Charles Tichborne, and not Arthur Orton who had visited several parts of South America and returned to England, Mid kept company with one Mary. Ann Locler, and afterwards left for Australia. All the counts the jury believed to have been proved, and the mendacious Sir Roger has been handed ?over to the care of the Governor of Newgate prison for a term of fourteen years. ' Here endetli one of the greatest swindles on record. Still there aro thousands who maintain that he is the veritable Sir Roger, and tha...

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AUTUMN MEETING V.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

AUTUMN MEETING V.R.C. ~ (The following camo to hand by several tele grams and were issued in extraordinaries.) 6tli March, 9 p.m. Hurdle Race, a handicap sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each, h. ft., with- 100 added, About three miles. Sir William Don ... ... 1 Rory O'More , ... 2 The Imported Stakes; a 6weepstake3 of 100 sovs. each, half forfeit. Five fur-, -longs. Weight, 8st. 51b. each; For 1872 foals of mares imported by the lato John Moffatt, Esq. Mr. Evans' Nuncia ... ... 1 Cantatrice ... ... 2 The St. Leoer Stakeb, a sweepstakes of 25 sovs. each, 5ft., with 200 added. For 3 yrs. old — colts, 8st. 101b. : 'fillies, 8st. 7lb. The second horse to receive 10 per cent, of the stake. Ono mile and three quarters and 132 yards. Sea Spray ... ... ... 1 Lapidist ... ... ... 2 The Ascot 'Va&e Stakes, a sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, h, ft;, with 200 added. For 2 yrs, old— colts, 8st. 101b; ; fillies, 8st. . 7lb. Tho winner of tho Two-year-old Stakes to carry '51b. extra, Tho second horse ...

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MELBOURNE. March 9th, 11.40 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 March 1874

MELBOURNE. (moil OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 9tli, 11.40 a.m. . London, 7tli March. — The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh -have landed at Graves end, and met with a hearty reception. Competition at the wool sales was vigorous, but faulty wool sold somewhat lower. Parliament opened on the 5th. New Anti-Ecclesiastical Bills have been submitted to the Federal Council of Germany. The Ashantee War.— Groat uneasiness felt about Sir Garnet Wolseley. Coomassio has been burnt. Tho King fled, and great resistance is being made to the British troops. Great privations have arisen from floods in Queensland, Dogs and horses have been eaten and one man existed five days on grass. Rich gold-fields havo been discovered. '

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ENGLISH MAIL. ADELAIDE, 10th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

ENGLISH .MAIL, - I , ' Auelaioe, 10th March. : ; . Tho R. M. S. Nubia arrived at Gionclg at (it eight o'clock this morning, fihc.lcft Gallo Ml-' tho 18tl« February. ' General Summary. — London, '.23rd Jan; - — Tho now wool ivart-'Jionsos constructed by tho1) li«st and' West' India Dock; Company Wore apenpd on tho^th ' inst,; av largo party was conducted qvof tho buildings ; several importers wore present, arid promised -to send, parcels of wool for tho inaugurating, .sale, in, February, A company is forming by prP vato. subscription to. purchase. Messrs. White head's meat jireserviiig'cstablisliment oii//tho Cliii^ence JUyer, j-.. Jt /lias 'bcbn.Jbqiifccfyhy Lord Romilly that Anglo- Australian ? ahftro )ioldei$ cfuiclnim 'indemnity from tho Jl,rjtish Provident Coriipaiiy, anfl V W»ll h^'-bjj'cfn. :or^ dercd to meet their clahris,''' Throe brass hells havo ..l):oon -cnst-fromconquMcd guns prcsoutcd.hy thb .Goritjon Emperor^ Christ V'l^\rch, Jfyw J^qaland, . . Extorsive gold, discover...

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DENILIQUIN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 17th, 5 p.m. CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

DENILIQUIN. ? - (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) :. I : . ' March 17th, 6 p.m.! ' ' CRICKET MATCH. Hay, first innings; 47 ; Deniliquin, 181.' !

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MELBOURNE. March l4. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

MELBOURNE. ? (from our own correspondent.} ; ? ' March l-l. ?' : Victorian Eighteen* first innings, 150 ; All-England Eleven 166. Saturday, — Wet; no play, game ended in a draw; ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

Hotel for Sale, ; CARTER being about to retire from ? his present Business, begs to offer his Public House at Hay, known as the . ' CROWN HOTEL,' / EITHER FOR SALE OR TO LET. The house is situated in the centro of the principal street in the town, right opposite tho Bank, Court House, and Post Office, and doing a first-class business. This is, beyond all question, the most valu jble property in Hay, and will be a certain uortune to a business man. 1 Apply to the Proprietor, . 16,611 W. CARTER, Hay. ; PUBLIC NOTICE. To Squatters,. Overlanders, and the Public generally. ' HENRY KRUGE begs to notify to thp abovenamed that ho is prepared tp sup ply RATIONS of .every description at the most REASONABLE RATES at his house, tho - Gilgunnia Hotel, ! Situated on the most direct road from Queens land to tho southern markets,' via Bourke and Hillston (late Redbank) on tho Lachlan. Abundance of FEED and WATER, and Accommodation unequalled '- in tho back' country. 138u HENRY KRUGE. ; J. JOHNSTON,...

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(FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

' , ; ? (FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) London, 7tli March. — A- deputation from ?tho aborigines waited upon tho Secretary for the Colonies, and presented ? a memorial on - the Polynesian slave trade. Lord Carnarvon assured the deputation of tlie Government sympathy,, and stated that they wero only awiating the report of the commission of in quiry in Fiji. '?Arrived': Kosciusko, Rer nown, Punjaub, bam Mendel, from - Mel bourne,; Coonatta, aad Georges, from Adelr laido. . ? ? : London; 10th: March.— A -heavy fall lias .occurred in the price of coal in the manufac . turing districts, ? and .a reduction in , wages has commenced.. . A'.despatch -from. Sir Garnet Wolseley, dated from the Prah,' states that the King of Ashantee had sent 1000 ? ounces .of - gold as : a first instalment of the indem nity ; Sir Garnet received the King's envoy on 13th February at ;Folmanah, and sent back tho draft of a treaty of peace- to Coo massie ; Captain Glover had retired to Asi cora,' and all the white troop...

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