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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, March 18, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

STOCK REPORT, Wednesday, March 18., 1874, I . In tlio vicinity of Hay wo a little rain m Saturday. Towards \Yagga, rivo inr funned a good do;d foil pn Friday, leaving largo sheets of surface water, nnd' thcro' js a fine, spring af young grass frpm tho . previous rains. For. o considerable -distance. round Hay, tlio fcee} is brown and dry.' ' Thcro are but littlo fat stook going hence to market. We only know of the Messrs. Desailly's fat sheep from' TiarrJ and Trida, which aro: now about 10 miles froiii Hay. Mr. Wilfred Lough nan is coming down, riyer .with 8000 ewes jn lamb for Hunthawang station. The Central Australian reports, Fel).' 27Uu— The, woa%«jj. during the past' w-;ek lias been fine nri^ sonable; 1 Wo had a little' raiii on ^eclnosday night ' b'ut riot 'o( any 'c&nsequejiyce, -and' 'tho! appeararices are i^W in fayo'f b.f ;'dry,'w;eather' continuing.^'^rilr^irt; raii\s7-rtvo bepn liiuch in favor ' of ifcjbk and^from all quarters' .^vp, ),\ave iho mtost ' glowing : ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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MELBOURNE. March 14th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

' - , ', v , .V ;. MELBOURNE' '''v,V '-.V'ii- :*i I .(FROM, OUR :pWN, .CORRESI'pNPPNOf.); v.|.. March. 14;th, j87,4.' ;.j bmce yoiviast heard irom me -motion was made by , ;Mr.; ? Ireland, Q.C., as counsel for Mr. Green,- whom the coroner's jury had ret turned as guilty of ' wilful murdor,' in -the case of the late Mr.; Reynolds. ,that.he should be admit'ted to bail, and thp, judgc,in-j Cham- bers sanctioned tlieapplication. -The-Ajrieric'an consul and another gentleman of equal stand ing becanieis'ecufity. for Mri Gi'eeri in tlie'Sum ! of £1000,. that:h'e , would 'appear rin'd!take his trial at the ' Criminal. Sessions. ? / A'i great amount of sympathy is :-felt for ::MrJ ' Green, against :whoni 'there' appears to be' little ior no shade :of evidence; and tlio general! feeling - is that' the detectives are' on the wrong sceht. That a dreadful murder has been coinmitted, there can be no question, and it is:highly important in- the interests of justice that the murderer -should be di...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 11TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

Melbourne' s'.to q k EEPORTi , ,, W Eo.i(Esp^\y, . H jh Ma.rch. Fat Gtiitfa — 1,090 head forward,- and all sold, consisting; mostly pf good . useful lots, with a 'feiv pjime. : ; Th,Q market, closed at i'nlly 7s. Od. lower than last tgeek';' this ; was ch\efly. in, copsequenco : o/: the closo, miiggy state of tlie,atn;osphepe, The following are tljoso from Riverina ? ;G.! A;, and P,.Mein's, Moolpaj 172 bullocks, : ayeraging £9 17s. ; C. Burcher's, Lachlan, 112 bullocks, averag ing' £10 lis.; 6d. ; Baker's, '.:Naimoi, ?94 bullocks, averaging £8 3s. 6d. i Fat Sheep. — 14,400 ppnned, chiefly mid dling and niferior.,; prices declined about Is. per-head on la^t week's rates,.- The .trade, took 9,070, .Moat Companies 1,934, country 2,000; 1,390 remaining mnsold— V-MOO, , The only lots of Riverine shpep sold wera tho Hon. AVm. Campbell's, Willurah, 2,500 w.ethers;at 15s., a splendid lot both tor wooj and car pase ; and for, Messrs. Officer. Bros., Murray Downs, 1,018 wethers at lis.. 6d. ....

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SYDNEY. 13th March, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

. ' ? ...sydney. ? , ; (FROM OUR .OWN CORRESPONDENT. ) , . , : 13th March,' 1874. . Ihe -npw mail service lia.s. not.vcome mto. operation without giving some scope for criti cism. The Macgregorj .bringing .' the : mails' that ,lefi England, on tho 13th, Jaliuary,! made a good passage from: San Francisco; to :Kan-' davu m Fiji; .entering tlip harbour; at the last namediplacp. oji. the:25th February- ; ,but' early on the morning of the 26tli, .while endeavour ing;;to:igct out, ..of ,the . harbour, «nder:;the guidarice of Pilot; Frosty ish'c ran upon, a reef. The Tartar, which had gone to 'Ixandavu for, the ^Sydney mailsj:,w.as.at:hand to render/help,; and several attempt^-* were, made, to get the, MaCgfegor off therre'ef.i Jhe Tartar, remained there, until the .evening of. the 27th ; then, :as Captain Grainger^ of the Macgregor^' expressed; his confidence! in , being able toiget:off the, reef- without' external help, by -.rpirioving 'the coal and cargo; from the fore part :pf the ship...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

River Intelligence. — .The, river. Darling at WHcannta is rising slo.wly abputhalf a,n inch daily ; it now- stands ' abput - 35 feet' above what is knpwn as the summer, levpl. v' The Tlio steamer Jupiter, Captain Tait, with a - largo bargo attached,. arrived here, upwards, on' the 11th, with a genera]- cargo, for Wil pannia ana jjounte. \ro learn irp.m our; Poo;icaria correspondent : that the Jupiter .passed qp the. ftth, princess Royal on the 8th, the Endeavour- on tlie 9th, and tho Cum b,erop;ia on the lOth.—Titues, March 11th. - .A. Natbral ?; CuRioaiTY.^-JMr. Joseph Jones, of- the Royal Ho.tol, Goulb.urn, has! ' now in his possession eight young wild ducks, about three months .old, .that: have been hatched by a tame hen, and that are,, as do mesticated as any. ordinary ducks. They are most boautifnl in- plumage. . . . , Hoxo.Lu^y, via Sydney, 10th Mrtrch.— A great riot openrrpd at Honolulu, on the elec tion of- a king instead of Queen Emma, whose adherents attfipked the represen...

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY, March 17th, 8.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

By Electric Telegraph . , FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Sydney, March '17th, 8.30 p.m. ; On Sunday tho Ellora arrived with the Suez mailsf . The latest telegrams . from England an nounce that , ono thousand ounces of gold have been paid by the King pf Ashantee. ..The British troops are re-embarking. General Wolseloy leaves Africa on the 7tli of: March. ? - ... iCharles Orton declaros that tlio Claimant: is, his brother. , . ; ' Mr. Gladstone has accepted the leadership; of tho Liberal party, now in opposition; i The Pope has issjjed an encyclical against Austrian ecclesiastical bills. ., The new French Electoral Bill disfranchises threo millions of voters by limiting the fran chise to men of twonty-fiyo years old and jipwards, :

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

The Government of Yictori^ J&tply gave a special train to the, railway erayloyees ' on the Sabbath day to g-n tp Mo\mt Macedon and enjoy a. day's 3m\isqmQut. ,A great many of these officials:. pn^riicpd ,the^ opportunity: ' thus affp.rdpd, \hein, an d, acpomp anied by. bands . o.f musics' and s a : .^etiniio ,'gf cooks .and \yaitprii witn oatauies ana annkablcs, tticy let t the Sp,oncer-st'r^|t stiitipn'tpj spiff - 'the mou^ta1in; , air. and spend thb- Sabbath c\ay.;- r-Aifter wan'-' dcring through tho forest for sosjie time, they, retunied to their camp and- se^ tp worJc'tp , ' eat their luncheon and drink. their- ^.overages with a gusto, no do.ub^;,; mnjcli indifeasodvby(' their wanderings an^' t^eiif.- outings. ' Tlfis over, or at least the solid [part of thp. work being .ovpf, ^ievb/jnd,s struck .u^ ;live)y, ji^i's pf, music, an'(^ tii^n' dancin'g wh^', iho 'order of the day.1' I'lii^Afe ltep.t 'up till thi1 'tiinb'' arrived,', at which tnoy; must'.returni to town, when ...

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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 — 18 March 1874

; Oj?EN COLUMN; Raines of the. writers mist accompany . com-? . municqiions that may rfiqufrfi verification. TO THE ^EDITOR 'OF. THE RIVERINE .QUAZIER. Sir,— I read, with- some degree of pleasure, an article in ybur paper npt'lpng ago, on the advantages which we were all to get by the re-imposition of th.c border duties, and the repeal pf tjie ad valorem duties, 'on 'certain goods. ' I, congratulated, my good wife that I pould. manage to give her and the youngsters another' fit out in the year from the three and twenty per.' cent.' reduction on drapery.' This,: of course, was Very good news for all haijds, ; However, I find, on making, enquiries at ' Beveral places in your town 'that' there is' no'' reduction7 made by the 'storekeepers , oil their prices.. ;!Iri fact, they seem to be laying it oil rather more, and when I said so, they told too: it was the fault of the border duties. I am 1 at a loss to understand- this.' If I' price a -; ? pair of moles, or a print, or:a good tweed ...

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CUDJELLICO. March 12th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

CUDJELLICO. I (from OUR OWN COhRESroNDENT.) ? -I ; '-i : ) ' Marchl2th, 1874-.; , There, is. so .little to. : write, .about, ..and, so difficult to 'find out; whtit,the]!Fprster's' G.^M.' Company are' doing, that? I'hav'e n'yt ' w.ritteri you the last' two weeks! \ ^rorii'irif^rmatiOn I understand that1 the F.'G.M;C. ' are driving the ' P' leader, and getting very'good stone up. The whim; is completed)' and' .they have advertised for houses; to, . work! it.'. 1 bouth are ' putting, their .whim' up and will soon be sinking their main shaft. ' , . ' W e had soriio very S ad ri'ews last riigli t. ' A man came from Merri Merrigal paying. _th.at. Mr. Holdon, . pf . the ; Shamrock , Hotel,, had . been found dead on tho road some 3 miles from that place. He could not tell anything further. Mrs. Holden started; down^ at. once to the station. Mr. Holden is gerier'ally ' re gretted on the township — as a more' llionest, straightforward, kind-hearted- man one sel dom meets.

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

SIX NEWSPAPERS, from various places, ^ for Cd,, at the Itivwine Gvazier Oilice.

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

Hay Jockey Club THURSDAY and FRIDAY,, MAY 7tii and 8th. : / : w ?? ?'! ' Patron1:''' '.* ? ' . - J. J. PHELPS, MiL.A, ..?.-??? :I President : ' V:': THOMAS DIARCHY. ; VicerPresidehi':' : ' ?' ' J : '/EVAN EVANS;' ? ?'' ? - . Stewards : -?' : ;r ?' '' i MEssne'.'R; EDGAR :i » ' - JOHN KEIGHRAN ?-V- ; H- g. WELSH ? ; £».' C. ' LOUGHNAN ? ' : -j F. W. REED J EVANS J. McGAW ' WM. LANG : ? -. WM. McEVOY. ' - ( - - Judge'. ; THOSi'MoFARLAND. ? i ... 1 11 ! '?!..?!: Starter ': '' - /-/'EVAN EVANS. ? ? Clerk of the Coursii i i ; :,G;EORGE'pONOHOE.r ; ? - FIRST DAY, - ??-????? ' THURSDAY, 7th of MAY. ?' . ; ; To'-start dtl'p.mi ° k - MAIDEN- PL A.TE, of 40 so.vs.i added to a swecp of 2 sovs. For all horses that liiiye; . not won' an! advertised prize, exceeding1 20 i ?6ors.,' at tii'no of -entry; ; ?Weight 'for age. ? One ond a'h'alf miles. ' -Entrance open. i ? To start at l Ao p.m.' ? . ! PRINCE ; OF WALES' STAKES, of 25 ? eovs. Weight for age. The ?winner to he ? ' sold for £30. (If enter...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay — Friday, Gtli March ; Friday, 81st July. Dcniliquin — -Friday, 27tli February ; 'Fri- day, 24th July . ; Saturday, 1 0 th ? December. , Wagga Wagga — Saturday, 7th February; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27tli November. Albury —Monday, 16th February; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th Dccombor. Corowa- — Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th December. Wentworth — ^Saturday, 21st March; Saturday, 15th August. Bourko — Thursday, 7th May ; AVcdnesday, 4th November., COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1874. Hay — Thursday, 5th March ; Thursday, 80th July. ? Dcniliquin— Thursday, 2Gtli February Thursday, 28rd 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, 20th March ; Friday,' 14th August. Bourke — Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th November.

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 March 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE.. ARRIVALS. Sunday — 11.80 a.m. From Ecliuca, Denili quin, Wangancll, Sydney (via Deniliquin) Monday — 12 a.m. 'From Maude, Balranald.. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 ajn. From Eeliuca, De niliquin, and Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wngga Naran dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) 11.80 a.m. Eclujca, Deniliquin, Wanganella.. 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 — G p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan- , ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Waggn, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) . ' Wednessday — 6 p.m. ' Ecliuca, Deniliquin,. Wanganella and Sydney (via D'quin) .-12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia Darling, &c. ? Friday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Dcniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga; Nitrandcra, on* Sydney (via Wagga) Box closes h...

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

JOHN GOREIGfil, WOOL CLASSER AND SCOURER ?!..::. HAY. ' ^ MR- JOHN CORRIGAN.CWool C lasser' ? and Scourer, begs to iriforth the Squatters of Riverina and surrounding Districts that ha has commenced Business ' as abovf, 'arid is ' prepared to scour and class any wool that may be entrusted to him, at thesLOWEST CUR RENT RATES'; aiso to-cl&tfs 'ah'd purchase Sheep 'on commission in any of the Colonies. From his long arid-extensive experience in the Business, he' ventures- to Vassert that he will get .up wool in an unsurpassable manner ; he is also prepared to purchase wool - and sheep skins for. cash:' VI. !' ? v! ? 107u yiENNA E X HIBLTI.OyN. 1873. His Majesty tho Emperor ojF Austria ? - . Has conferred upon . i ::. ? ' Wheeler wilson : ' The IMPERIAL ' ORDER .0,F .TRAl^Cis . JOSEPH, for the; Matchless, Perfection , -' ' ' ? ? .:o'f theii*-' ' 1 ^ / SEWING 'MACHINES/; i: ; // 'i Tho awards to other Sewmg'Machines sink irito irisigriificance 'compared to- such j ' ' ;;;/ ; , su...

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THE LARGEST SHEEP FARM IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

THE LARGEST -SHEER.FARM IN - : THE WORLD. ; ; Scnor P. C. Armijo, of tho great slieep \ nnd wool raising firm of Arroijo & Baca, of ' Albuqncrquo. Now'Mcxioo/ wns' in Kansas City ropently, on liis way liomo from New York. This gentleman represents moro pas toral wealth than any other individual in the Wostcrn.: States, and may justly bo termed a 'mutton millionaire, sinco his wealth in sheep, . - mutton, nnd wool, is almsst beyond correct estimation, With a view to giving our readers' some slight idea of tlio oxtcntto which wool-raising is . carted, on in New Mexico, a condensation - of an intomow held between this gentleman and a reporter for this paper is given' below. Mr. P.O. Aruiijo is -justly entitled, to tho modest ;iitlb of 'the' largest slicop'-raiser of America. His father's herds -roam over a range of- threo hundred. miles. square of terri-. tory,' and in', numbers aro -beyond human count. Tho Arniijos have been engaged in ? the raising of sheep arid wool for expo...

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FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. MELBOURNE, March, 21st, 9.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

FH01I OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. -I ' ; '?? : Melbourne, 'March, -21st,';9.15 piiiT. . In the case of Walker v. The j4i-st»-c(Z(isVajj newspaper for libel,. where dcfciidatttfwtfsisued for £1000 damages, becausei'of having pub lished ? that .' plaintiff '/cdiisplred'ltp^I gel-'l-his horse, the. Marquis df:Lorne;v.pulled,l' iiii' tho Steeplechase' atBendigo^ in :May; last. 0' 'After hearing tho, evidence; JudgolFellows charged the' jury 'strongly against, Uhe-iteti-'aZaijatt, and a vcrdict for £300 -was - awarded to Mr. Walker.- r. .'???'- '??': L'i'.'o '.???.GIT/.,1. . Horizon i -.won - the -Ballarat ? National Steeplechase.;':'';.: r';;, Mr. Buchanan was reprimanded by -the Speaker in tho Sydney Assembly yesterday for disorderly 'conduct. S -1 7 '? : '? i?- ?'*TK&e was great excitement hi. Melbournb caused; by itlie ? reported /losd of ' the Groat Britain, steamship .on-ier. 'homeward .voyago,. but: tho hews' is riot at'prosent cbrifirrhed. ; ft Tho i British . Parliament eperi...

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY, March 17th, 4.30p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

By Electrics T^graph ' (FROli.dUR OWN bORRESPONWfeNTi) SybNEY; 'March1.' l7tTi;'!:'4V80p.mi. ? ' The 'British'' JParliapient' ;mct dtf'/Tliursti'ay . Tho Quecri's:sp'cech cb%ratula{es'the cbn on thp maintcnanbb''pf''peacS,,r±he Russia marriage, arid the1 end oif the* Asliantec' war. It laments the famine in Bengal,1 arid' assures Parliament that / Lord Nbrtlibrboe ias been instructed to spare' no expense^ in' providing ' rblief. Measures' are; proiriised to facilitate the transfer of land ; to oxteridi'the Judica ca,tui-e Act tq Ireland ; to nto'dify 'tli'e' Mas-' tots .'arid gervaiits Act!,, 'aiid' to ?;? amend the Licerising' Act'.' ' ' ' ' i!-'Tho' Marquis of Salisbury asks 1 for ' ten millions' for relief of , sufferers.: by ,tlie fainine in- Bengal ; three millions . wanted iniihe diately. ? ?' . ; ?? '' Disraeli promises.1 'speedily; to release .tho; Feriiari prispners.- ' ' - 1 ;' ? ; - v

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

Public Meeting'. TO PREVENT* :ENCRO ACHMENT ON . ' THE PUBLIC WHARF RESERVE; .. AT thc request of a nuinber of townsmen, I hereby convene a.Mceting of the Inhabi tants, at the NEW MASONIC HALL, at 8 p.m, TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), for' the purpose of ' meinorializirig the '.Govern- ment. against the intended sale of 'tlio Wharf ?Reserve in. Lachlain-street'.- '? ?-» , A large, muster: of thp, inhabitants, is re-' quested.,,. ? i ? :??,.; ? ?; i: .;AV, SABINE, !' ''l/'l 'LJ & ' iv . ? . '. Mayor..' ; [!a card.! ? Pollard & Saunders, :: ; ? ?' , | , ;',;AND, ' ; ': ' RETAIL WINE ' AND ; SPIRIT MERCHANTS, YV Grocers, Ironmongers, iDrapers,' Sailers,; and; Generali Storekeepers, i .. f .... , Laehlan. Street, Hay. : _., , ;i ! Public Notice. ! Messrs. pollard & saunders ,be^,re8p.ectfully:;'to'.^infohii squatters,' liotelTkeepers, and the general public, that they liay'o resumed tlio business as formerly conducted by Mr. J. II. POLLARD, at his' .Stores, Hayf and trust...

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(FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

' ' ' ' ' ' 1 , (fkom' the : pai'lY; pape ns.:S' ' ' ' Loljpo'N;;l2tl^ Ma^hir-Captain Hartorius, with twenty inen belonging to Captain Qlpv-r er'S e^peditiop,' recently travelled the i-'uins of Cooma'ssib, and found the plafco quite 'de sorfed,1 Tho death is aniiounbed of Senator Charles Sumner, of tho 'United: States, at tjib ago of sixty-three years, ? ' ? ' ?: '? ? London, 14tli March,— At tho public wool Sales , competition continues extremely vigor-j ; ous, and prices aro well .sustained, -i . - London, 16th Merch,— -;The, majority of tlio ? French Pririco Irnperialwas -telegraphed from! Chiselhurst' this morning .; there :' were G000 persons present ; tho Prince, in reply to an address which was presented, to him, declared that a plebiscite was the solo remedy for , the present politicaVsituation in Franco ; ho ex pressed himself grateful for tho fidelity to tho late Emperor's memory, and said that, not withstanding the confidence expressed, and the loyalty to : Marshal M'Maho...

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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, March 25, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

STOCK REPORT. Wudnos Jay, March 25, 1874. ? Somo rain full an . Sunday morning, and appoaranoos augur mare tu oome, The woather is becoming cool, 1-1, GOO wether hoggets started oh Htli inst, from .Bun duro aro on their way to Ilumula, . nnother station of tho same owners. On ICth 5)000 ewes, iii lamb, loft the hon. Win. Campbell's Willurah station for Gogcldrio (Messrs. Hebdon & Sons), in churgo of Mr, Wright. 2,400 shoop started front Bynya (Mr, J, II. Patterson's) last weel? for. Deniliquin': via Narrandera and 'Jerildcrio, Robt, Largo' in charge. 5,000 wethers,- Mr. 'Reynolds's, of Coomba, aro on tlio south side of tho Mur rnmbidgee coming to Hay, from Pomingal^mov 220 fatcattlo from Walgears crossed at Hay on: 23rd inst. for- Sandhurst, Mohaffcy in charge. Deniliquin crossings, Maych 16th, 1,650 fat sheep from Wafchrecoaii; March 18th, 2,000 fi'uin Moonbria. On 20th inst., n flock from Qroongal woro closo to Deniliquin. -Tho jVatjgn Express , 21 St inst., reports - ! '3...

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