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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

? H'AY SHIPPING. Oct. 30th. — -Wentwovth, sailed for . Ecliuca ; full cargo of wool, ? 3ist.— Elizabeth ' sailecl 1 for Ecliuca ; full cargo of wool. ' ' Victoria {irriyed ii-oni Wagga ' '?'.''Wagga.. Reports barge sunk with 300 bales wool near Groongal. ? . 31st.--:Arriyed, Pearl and barge Pai/ca, .from Ecliuca, Arrived : Oorowa and barge J2clip$&, now discharging large ' -nd miscellaneous gargo at the stores of the agent-, -1, Forsyth, previous to proceeding up i-iver. , Nov. 3rd. — Sailed, /Wr/andbarge . Pai/ca for Ecliuca. ' ' ?? ? i Victoria sailed fay Ecliuca,

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. . , ARRIVALS. 1 Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Ecliuca, Denih . quin, W angnncll, Sydney (via Deniliquin) Monday— 12 a.m. From Maude and Bal ranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday— 5 a.m. . From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) 'Wednesday — ;11.30 a.m. From Ecliuca, De niliquin, and Wanganella Friday— 5 a.m. ? From Wagga Wagga Naran - dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquiu, and Wan ganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 'p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia and Darling : departures: Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday — 6 p.m. Ecliuca, . Deniliquin, Wan 1 'ganella .- 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ' Wcdnessday — 6 p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, 'Wanganella* and Sydney (via D'quin) 12' a.m. Maude and -Balranald I p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia Darling, &c. Friday— G p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, Wan f ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via W...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

THE RIVERINE GRAZIER , .Published -every Wednesday, at Hay, Murrumbidgee River, N.W.S. Subscription : £1 per annum, or ?5s. per. quarter, payable in advance. A very large number of copies are sent free to all parts of Riverina, 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. Business people, stock owners, agents, -and others, will, . there fore, find it greatly to their own in terests to advertise in The Riverine Grazier .*?' ! ? 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 - -550 1 Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under; a quarter column, each inch ...

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WELSH MOUNTAIN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

WRT.STT MOUNTAIN SHEEP. BY MORGAN KVANB. It is quite unnecessary to prove the very ancient origin of the W elsli mountain slieep. Their claim to being an indigenous breed in our island is undisputed. With black cattle, they formed at one time the principal stock of the Celtic race in the mountainous dis tricts of Wales. At one time they must have been the only sheep both on hill and plain, on heather, clad mountain and sunny vale, from Auglesea to the British Channel, from the Severn to Cardigan Bay. ' As the more fertile lowlands became cultivated, and free and undisturbed communication took place between Wales and England, the small ancient breed in these places became crossed with the larger kinds introduced from the ndjoining counties, or have been entirely sup planted by them, and at last driven before ad vanced agriculture into the poor hilly soil and mountain ranges of the Principality where tliev still linger. ? Leicesters, Cots wolds, or Downs are now to bo found on all fer...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

The -Vienna papers state that a villa near 3*Ovrth lias been taken for the Prince of W ales,, I '.ftnflViat he intends to visit Hungary in the Vutniuu foxhunting. ~ Tup Ghb:iue Bank (Limited), has com mence(l Ibnsmoss at its offices in Pall Mall EJast, -and 124, Uannon-strect, lb. U. ilie Guaranteed iFuuil of £100,000 consols has , has been invested i'l the names of trustees. The cheques of (the -plieque Bank supply a new, safe, and uitivqr&all;/ applicable method ;of paying and transmitting' .small amounts ot £10 and under. Each c'h?Jlue WI' bear :stampcd on its face the amount for .jrhichit can be -filled up, :but ttio, Biaximum : iiniouut must be previously d^posK''^ amj thus no account can be ovqrdraWK'. All chcques are crossed and payable qtfly to o/der. ?.The cheques are supplied in books -of -.ten . ,eacli. costing ls.j.beiug lOd. Governmcnt4ut-' ,and 2d. Bank -commission..— Home N.ews. A conpkrbnck of laborers, at which ,depu- - ' tics attended from different parts o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 November 1873

We think it will scarcely be disputed that the Parkes Ministry, since their accession, tq power, linvp, shf\\\n ft desire to promote the substantial weal of ,thn eoloiiy. So far as our observatioiv extends' 'tl»jy have manifested an anxiety to ineet tho vrislies and advance the interest of the colonists, whenever it ia possible to do so. No doubt lliverina lias a just right to their paternal care and assistance, inasmuch as', a large revenue is yearly reaped from tho Crown lands in this district. It is not too much to expert that- i; fair share of tho .iinount accruing frpm this source should bo spent in the .improvement of the district and the comfort of the inhabitants. Our object is, at present, to point the attention Of the Ministry, and especially of the Minister of Public Works to the state of the road from Booligal on the Laehlan to the purling— the gre.at highway from tho Mnrrtr.nbidgee. A considerable- number of persons have pur phascd town allotments in Booligal, and ex pe...

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FOOD AND ITS PREPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

FOOD ?: A2sD ITS PUEPAKA/ 3 TIOX. ? ' The following notes are taken -from an interesting.essay by I)r. George Derby, ' secretary of the- State Board of Health- 'of Massachusetts, treating upon the forms, of food in common use .''throughout., that State, how they are prepared and how they are eaten, together with the considera tions whether this food, as generally i used, promotes the public health, power, .aiul 'happiness., ... The qu.es-. tion : Is such' ..an article wholesome or not ? cannot be truly answered '.in a , general sense. , Very few articles ranked as food are absolutely unfit, but. a man laying a stone wall may digest and thrive on diet which would be very unwholesome to him if employed in shoemaking oro'ther sedentary : occupation. . Of -. the many causes of consumption, Avant of proper food is surely one, and there is good reason to believe that the many ; forms of .dyspepsia so commonly met with - are!' but too often the danger-signal that. Kature gives us' to siiow...

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THE GARDENS AND PALACE OF SANS SOUCI AT POTSDAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

TlllvG AHDENS AX-I) PALACE . OF. »SAX|S- SOT: CI AT POTS DAM. The gardens and palace .of Sans I SoucHiavc been, called the Prus sian^ ersailles, amt, in some resrpet.s, , they merit that, title ; . for 'the ;de cidly French, tastes of Frederick the Great, tho patron of Vol taire, im-: parted tft them a decidedly ,\rer-' sdiildSv.'ilce aspect. Sans Souci ' is, n^vrev^r, far inferior to its model, ootli in tlie size and magnificence uf the palace, and the extent and ; profuse decollation of the gardens. ? , Nevertheless, it possesses a certain. , grandeur of character, though on ' n comparatively miniature scale, which at once stamps it with the .. aspect of a truly regal seat. With very little additional grasp of de ? 'sigh, and, a moderate extension of its limits southward, it might, in-' deed, have surpassed. Versailles : itself in one especial feature. ? That ? noble garden suffers greatly from the want of natural water in situ, while at Sans Souei, by enclosing a further portion ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

EUROPEAN TE LEG-RAMS. (PltOM THE. DAIIjY l'APEUS.) London, 1 Nov. — The rate of discount has been raised to 8 per cent. The corn mar ket is firm ; Adelaide wheat fetches (!5s. to Otis, per quarter. Copper is firm at £98 to £94. The tin market is quiet, with little business doing ; prices £120 to £122. 1st- Nov. — The Tichborne trial has been adjourned. Nov: 3rd.— Sir William Bovill, Chief Jus tice of the. Common Pleas, is dead. Nov. 5tli.— The Admiralty Court has con demned the owners of the Spanish steamer Murillo to pay £24,000 to the owners of the Northfleet, 011 account of the collision at Dung 'iiness. ; the sale of the Murillo is ap pointed for 10th December. Money is easier. Pams, 1st Nov. — Much confusion exists, and conflicting views prevail in monarchical circles respecting the anticipated restoration. Iho Lett Centre demand a consolidation of the republic, but a majority of the Press con sider a prolongation of Marshal M'Mahon's powers as president as the qnlv solution of...

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MELBOURNE. Nov. 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

MELBOURNE. ,(VltO\[ OUlt OWX COltltESl'OXDK.N'T.) Nov. 7 th. .There has boon more excitement in our city during the Inst week thnii any of the previous fifty-two. The influx of visitors from the country- has .been greater than in I ? any ' Cup ' season in my memory, and th e attendance 011 the course bevond all prece dent. ' There could not have been less than 50,000 people present to witness the groat struggle for the supremacy of the turf. To add to the interest aud horiour of the occasion w'o ? had two real Governors' and their ladies gracing the scene with .their presence. If it had not been that the honour of our colony | was at 'stake in the issue, (for John Tait had vowed,' it was said, that Xew South Wales 'would win the ' Cup ' three years in succcs- j jsiou.) I should have liked to seen Sir Iler- ] .cules Robinson and his fine horse Fitz-yat- j tendon carry off the prize. He looks a fine ! .old English gentleman, and as he runs for the Jioiior and glory of the thing, and n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

Hay New Year's Day Races, TO BE IIICLD ON THE 1st and 2.nd JANUARY, 1874, Judge: Frank Johns, Esq., Mayor. Stewards : Messrs. AY. Slarkey C. Buffrey - AY. Churehe C. A Simpson Jas. Donohoe. Treasurer-. A. J, S. Bank, Hay. Starter : II. B. AYelsh. Clcrl; of Course : G. Douohoe. FIRST DAY. SIAIDEN PLATE, of 15 sovs. For all maiden hor^e?. One and a half miles. AYeight for age. ? Second Race. NEAY .YEAR'S GIFT— Handicap of 25 sovs., ' wifh a sweep of 1 sov. to go to second -horse. : .For all horses. To be handicapped by the Stewards, or 'whom they may appoint. Distance two miles. Third Race. - LADIES' PURSE, of 15 sovs. For all horses. Welter weight for age. Distance, once round the course. Fourth Race. HACK RACE, of ? sovs. For all liacks. To he approved of by the Stewards; AYeight, not less than 10st. The winner to be xlild immediately after the race for £10, any surplus to go to the Race Fund. : .. . SECOND DAY. TOAArN PLATE.— .Handicap of 20 sovs., with a; sweep of 10s. to go to se...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

AU STRALIAN TELEGRAMS. ' (PROM T1IE DAILY PAI'EItS.1 Sydney, 1st Nov.- — The schooner Jane, from Broadsound, with a cargo of copper aud wool, has been towed into Newcastle by the Tauarua, dismasted. Exchange 011 Lon don three-quarters per cent, premium. A vessel arrived at Newcastle, reports that Messrs. Henderson and M'Farlane's stores iu Queen-street, Auckland, haye been burned, and a large quantity of produce destroyed. They are insured for £35,000. 3rd Nov.— The Baroda takes 8938 oz. gold and 105,400 sovereigns. The heavy rains in tho Western, distribt last week have ren dered the wheat crop safe. ? The Protec tionists are. endeavouring to organise an oppo sition to the new tariff. The banks are charging exchango 1 per cent, premium until after the mail leaves ; - they will then reduce it to ^ per cent. A rumor is current that the Government arc endeavouring to induce the Chief .Justice to retain office for .a. few months longer. The steward of the. ship Challenger disappeared a...

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, November 12th, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

WOOL AND STOCK ItEPdKT. Wednesday, November .1 2th, 1873. The weather keeps cool for this season with occasional'' showers, which serve to keep the country fresh, but not sufficient to fill the water holes. The river is lowering fast, and 'there is quite an inade quate number of steamers , to clear away the wool ;rapidly, so that tea'iiis are coming into request, and . if .the summer be dry as anticipated, they will have a long term of em ployment. On Thursday^ Moles worth and Ware's 3o(li fat cattle from Wvadra, Caldwell in charge, crossed the punt at Hay, and on Saturday,. 8th inst., Smith's .300 ditto from Merrowie, M'Gill in - charge! On 5th inst., 5,100 fat wethers crossed for Melbourne from lSellingeramble, Whittingham Bros, and Haines, care of Peter Seaville. 7th inst., 2,500 mixed fat sheep left Yarrp,bee -('Angus . - Robertson, jind Bros.' Station), for Melbourne j and '(same date 9,000 ewes sold aiul do livered to Mr. James Richmond of Coreeri. On 8th inst, 38 of C. B. Fis...

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CUDJELLICO. 6th Nov., 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

C UD JELLICO. (i-T.OJI OUlt OWN CORilESl'OXDET.) Oth Nov., 1873. Th's p'a e being so much iso'ated lying be tween Forbes and Hay about equi-distant from each place, say one hundred and sixty miles, and bavin? no Government post, the outside public know little or 1101111111? of us The only thing to attract attention :1, ore it present is tlie prospecting claim, Foster's reef, which is going vigorously to work. The prospects of which are splendid ; the stone now on surface is first-class. Within the last four weeks the prospecting claim has opened up No. 2 reef, running' nearly east and west, the stone coming out of it is astonishing. A party who has seen the stone, aud bceii through the Public Library in Mel bourne, says lie lias seen 110 stone to equal it. Water is very troublesome, and is delaying operations in the claims north and south ; till they can get proper appliances to contend with it, the Foster's lteof Gold Miuitjg Com pany have purchased an engine and crushing^ -plant -...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

HAY SHIPPING. Nov. Qth.— Curowu left for Bins -rnbogie. 8th.— Returned partly ?. loaded with Burrabogie and Eli Elwah wool, 10&.— Left flay for ? ?EeJracav.'^™-' — ~~~- Nov. lltli, — Mufnimlidgeo ar-. rivpd from'Echuoa, ' Pioneer and Tijro left Ecliuoa on Saturday for Hay J ames F orsy th, Agent., ; ' - : The Upper House i|i New South Wales it;, , .notwithstanding its nominee character,, loss obstructive than the Legislative Council of Victoria. ' The Sydney Assembly recently passed a bill abolishing newspaper postage, and, although the Council had rjo end 0f ob jections to olter to tMj 'measure, they adopted jt, aiid it has become lnw. The fact of the -JJ-pptir House there not ' putting oil frills ' us our peers are ih tljo liabit. pf doing, is pro bably due' to the fact that tlie Premier of Xcw South Wales is ji man that will stand . no 'trifling when tho public interest cPimis between tho liberal recognition .of the Assembly and the wind of the peers'' nobility. The Gover...

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TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. Nov. 11th, 20 minutes past 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

TELEGRAMS. (l''RO-! OUJt own ' OitllESl'ONDE^T.) SYDNEY. ' Nov. 11th, 20, minutes past 5 p.m. Sir James Martin has been raised to the Bench as Cluef Justice of Now South Wales. To-day Mr, Butler resigned his port-folio as Attorney-General. A Ministerial scene followed. 1 esterday all Sydney, wrs out.at the vari ous sports held in honour of the Prince of Wales' birthday. . There were thirteen races at the Brilmain Eegatta. The following are the winners ? Ettie, Barb, Kingfisher, Faust, Elvira, lona; Galatea, ' Othello, -Arrow, Hibernia, 'Tim. Whiffler, Native Rose, Gig. A cricket match was played between the Albert and Warwick Clubs, the former scoring' 183, and the latter 1 06. ?»,- . . MELBOUKNE. . The horse Calabar lias ' been sold for 380 guineas, and lthica at SOO'guineas; ' ? A( tlie I? ifk.- Mji telij G-o, of . Sv.'lnoy, 4!) points, and Wardill, of Melbourne, scored 48 points. ADELAIDE, . The newly consecrated Jioninn Catholic Bishop of Adelaide celebrated his first Mass 011 S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

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SYDNEY. Nov. 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

SYDNEY. (PROM OUR OWN COItRESI,QNDKNT,,l ? ' Nov. 7tli. The question of Protection to Nativp In dustry has been revived in Parliament, and outside. When the Legislative '.'Assembly' caiiie, in committee of Ways, arid Means, to the consideration of tlie tariff on Wednesday last, Mr. Maclcay moved that a specific duty be put ^ upon 'woollen manufactures,' Mr. Cpombes asked the House to protect ' brush- ware,' aiid Mr. Warden ndvoc&tcd.the cause' of 'bnttcr.' Biit only-G ih one case, and 7 in another could be persuaded to second their vote's for these protective duties. The . tariff, as proposed by the Treasurer, with some few modifications to which the Ministry agreed, has been passed7 in committee1 of the' whole House, and is drawn up- in . the form of a Bill to Amend the Customs' Act (1871). Maizenahad heen struck off the list of dutiable articles, but aspit was found that the duty on it amounted to £1000 a year, the Treasurer restored it to; the t is riff, Galvanised manu f...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

MA1UUAGE. Gonnos— HnsTKn.— On Saturday, 7th inst., by the Rev. S. A; Hamilton, Mr. John Gordon, to Miss Ann Jane Hunter, pf Hay.' ?THE .'' ' ' i EIYBBINE (iliAZIEli. Tros Ti/riiis-vr mihi nnUo -/in-:riniine ac/rtur. WEDNKSDAY, NOVEMHlill 12, 1H73.

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MAUDE. November 9th, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 12 November 1873

MAUDE. ; (from our own correspondent*1)' November Oth, 1873. ,' .'The shearing is nearly finished down .here, but do not think all the wool will be sent by steamer, as tho' river is very low, being about eight feet, and falling slowly. Mr. Jas. Tyson has not shipped any of his wool yet, although lie lias nearly the whole of it 011 the river hank. The weather here is very uncertain— .one day dry, and next showery. Business is very dull here, the puhlic-house being closed, but wp expect it to be 'opened in a day or two. .

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