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CUDJELLICO. March 19th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

. H ? i^ubjELLicd! !?} \ »i.(FnO« 'OUR 0\VN CORREai'QNDRNT.^ iv - ' ^ March 19th. 1874.': . . Tho ForstPr's Gold Mining Company, ore getting on vory slowly, and ono ; cannot fbii-m any idea who^i thoro wilLho .a' crushing,; I inentioned in hiy last letter the untimely .end . of.Mr-Holden, .of .iho .Shramrqck- jjotel, . ? Er^ni fi,\rtliev -particulars, Ijthink it must have been1 '-i' 'sun-Stroke that caused his death ; he was h'uribd at Hillston, The residents of this place Vcr.e sorry^that t«oy cbuld nptpay tho laSt'T.ei$,^!£ td'his.risJtm^nsi y I hear that a- Merri Mcrrigal^ aftrar^flnding 'Mri'H61clen!'s hbdy^'oy^pullfiC »£ ;mii.on^sicle' and jeft-it ,iinder a '-.treo.;-for's'o'ine;:.^(5-- lioursj till tho polioo came, nob; putting / any, coyer over tho body, or leaving' any ono to keep the crows, &c., off it. I think comment on siicli inhumane conduct is impossible. * '

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

= ' MELBOURNE STOCK ^UiPORlV' Wednesday, IStp March. .' 'Ft it Cattle.-f^-lfipG yarded, and 'all sold ; market .very brisk and-closed firm, Tho fol lowing vrero from Riverina ^M'.Gregor's, C.ilpaulin, 76 bullocks, averaging $9 14s. 8d. ; Keigbrari , & Bowler' sv Muynlnibidgee, 159 bullocks, light weights,' 'averaging £9 14s, . ? . c' :' Fat Sheep. — 9,680 forward — the smallest .supply for several.months. , The market wa.s fully Is. per head advance on prime, while medium and inferior ; ruled Gil. higher, and but for the absence of meat preservers; would have been- still more buoyant.; as it was the trade and shipping took all but about a thousand, which were, held oyer, v; The : only lot from; this neighhoiirhond ,was— P, ; A. .Jennings', Warbrecoan, 1,02.0 wethers at 13s. '?Store Slack.— Very (lull ; yo'ung owes in-1 lamb. in , request ; all other .description dull. ' Plenty of storo cattlo offering,, but selloj-s un ?willipg. to -sell at buyers' prices. . The Murruinbidge...

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RUDD'S POINT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

' ' ' RUDD'S . POINT RACE S. ' ; . These races, came, off , as advertised and were well attended^ tiie day was fine, and, ,ey«^tliing;Co^d^c.^d-to, -i^ake, a y,eryi ;goodj clay's 'aihuscmenf.,^ ''iiip'.f^ilowing,, is .the,.ac-j count of the'runnirig j J , .;..iIAIDE;N.PLATE. ,. , f ? ? j Win,.;.6nmijh6lJils liJkig,Blicki3SbiTi; j.!. ' !'l Tlios. Rudd's blk ijj.;^.^VGirl ... ... Only two horses strtrtM)- j ? , , ; Ladies' hyeltorof eight ^qr) ago. -' \ j ^Vm. -Snbinq's. Constance, ,;5. yrs,.., ; ; iii' S ,M;' J.'Dpdd's'cli^g.Tiie Tr;ampi 3, y'rs^ * 2 Mv J. .Dodd's jff-'m'Aiuazpnj i yrs; iy'' .A'lfS i j :'? -Rxiud's iPoiNT' HandicAp,' '20 sovsi ? v '?'?; ?Wm, ..QampbelJ'^ bJK giBlaek Thorn -Hii, nd ;jll. J. Dpdd's j) g.EastLyniiq ...... . ; . ^ ' Only, -r two iioeses' 'started^ Biaclc Tliprn taking thblead fet- a ^ilb^Wd thrb'ei^Uarters, East Lynrto was 5theii;callcci upon, : hnd ' took il)P running f rota Black' Thorn, biit coulS'-not maintain his place. v Won .hy four lengths. : t H...

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MELBOURNE. March 21st, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

MELBOURNE.' ' (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ' March 21st, 1874. ' All, doubts in regard to the identity of the Claimant have been set at ' rest by .the affi davit of his brother,, who has solemnly de clared that lie is , hone other than Arthur Ortoij. He has thus met his deserts in the punishment li!e' is /undergoing! , after 'having inade_more stir ni:tlib legal world than any living .man. It becomes a matter of surprise how any .uncdupated man.like him could im pose on-thb credulity 'of the .whole world for so long, a time,. or, how he. xould conceive and .keep up . the i deception for such a period, The witnesses,; of unquestionable character ,for truthfulness; who testified to his identity with Sir Roger Ticlibornc niiist feel awfully ?disgusted with themselves for .their simplicity and want of discernment, and the Judges and jury must feel greatly -at- ease in the ver dict by which this - prince of scoundrels has been 'consigned to the walls of ?Newgate.; I shall not.be surpris...

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

The Legislative Council -havo' tin-own ;«ut thoBiUfor logalisiog.mrriagawith'ndeoeased ; wife's sister, but neglectcd sto. - add - t^ti it sho.uld ho' expunged frpm the natico. paper., of.! tho House.- This is to, he takon advantagp..of-J wo hear, by sorno friend to thp {jill,rwho ias given notice that he will mavo that it should, be restored to its placo, It will thus likely come on for discussion again, ? Tlio provisions of tliis bill were cjiscussed -tbr; many years- by - tho House .af Oommons, and after passing , throtigh that ordeal was several times rejected by the House of Lords, ere it found a place in the statute law of Great ; Britain, : The subject, has, been , discussed hi all-kinds of assemblies for the-last qiiartor of a bentiiry, and though, at the . first, tho'advocates iif such marriages were few, and, especially: so ;irv all tiie ecclesiastical assemblies,' tliey ' have lately increased, till thoy liavo carried a majority with thenrin ^'almost'aH' lands; 'Even' the...

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SYDNEY. 20th March, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

Mi i: :-i A I (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) U«H» n *lo .'20th(March^874f: M . Parliamentary eloquence has overflowed its usual. , hpuuds this .week, , t In . tho. ^UppjOr, H'oxise'two 'lbhg^ elabbrate'and able speeches .have bpoiil delivered Von - thie: subject. 'o'f the Legislative Council 'Bill. \Sir.Wm» Manning! .oil.- Wednesday moved, tho adoption of, the re j)pi!t'''of -the select; cpmmittcc,' l-ecohiniencliUg -tlio proposition of a bill embodying a. series ^resolutions for the constitution of a.House,, based on manhood sufiragei' tbf bo exercised hi, four large' electorates' 'embracing -the whole 'c'otppy,.-with cumulatiye votes or some .other: modification of Hare's system of election by. qi!btas,.merahcrs to .be elected. for .nine_years,. to be free from the control of tho Executive by dissolution, and to have ijiower over money j bills. Sir William madpia-v.cry ableispc.ech:; first .attacking, the democratic Bill introduoe^l by,Mr.. limes, then proving.' the'_ihsu£ficioiicy...

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GRAPES OR THORNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

: GRAPES OR THORNS. . 1 Wc must not hope to be mowers, And to gather. the. ripe .gold ears, : ^Until we have first been sowers, ; , : And water'd tlio furrows with tears. It is not just- as we/take.it,— : , This iriystical. world of ours : Life's field will; yield, as wermako it, ! A harvest of thorns or flowers ! ? v || Six things tempei: thp ; hardships of this 1 life : good diet,- a kind friend, a faithful wife, 1 an obedient child, a. pruient ; tongup, and a 1 wise head. . , fl The creditors of an absconding banker ^ found,- on opening the safe, that the only M thing.he.liad laid up for a rainy day was au j|| umbrella.,. ..-j' §g An old farmer, said to; his ; sons, ' Boy, H don't you ever spekerlate or wait . for somo- BM .tiling; to turn,up. You might jest as well go tm sit down on. a stone in the middle ,of a medder fe with a pail 'twixt yer legs, and wait. for a cow r;-| to back up to you to, be .milked*'' . / , . t-' v

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WEIGHTS FOR THE HAY JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

' WEIGHTS FOR THE 1 ... ... Hay, Jockey Club Handicap. , ... -.-? st. lb,. Mr. John Brewer's b.g. After Dark . J aged ; ? ? 9: 0' Mr. 'Jphn.'Iliffey 'gJh.'' Friendless,' 4 ','J ! ' ' ..8.,:-6 | Mr: Charles Cox's g.g. Silv.ertail, f . -v 6yrs...: ... ' .... 7 12/. Mr. Paget's br.g. Bi-qwnlock, 5 yrs ,-7,10r Mr. C. M. Lloyd's r.m; Greoiiiii Beiid ' '' , ; ? '??? r;5'yrs'..:.; ; i U;! ?' ? 7- 9 ! Mr. W ? R. -Chapman's blk.g, St. - _ .. Door, aged ,^-v.v 7 *'9 Mr. Win.: JenlHris-'g.g; Creneral/ 5-yrs' 7' '-7' : li.li. Gift, ff yrs 7 -6 Mr; -M. J. Dodds' b.g. East- Lynncy (I 6 yrs... ?; 7. - 3 s Mr.' Ariner Boyle's g.g.; Robin, 5 yrs-:--'7i 2'.: n ;» : -g.g.; Jackey,.4.yrs i 6 1C'. Mr. Gus.Keighran'sb.f. Flainc, 3yrs: ;6. S: Mr. W. R. Chapman's cli;f. Virago, 3 vrs... ' .... . ... 6 8: Mr. Wm.: Sabine's (iis) rbr.c. Dolphin ; , 3,;yi'S.;..: . ... 6' 6-*. Mr. W.; R. ? Chapman's bi{r; Pi incc . :; [ Alfred, 3 yrs I: :..;;;. ..., 6 ;6 Autumn Handioai- .Mh John-.Biwer?s b:-.g.--Aifter Darks ...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Denili quin, W anganell, Sydney (via Deniliquin) Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday— 5 a.m. From Wagga Wsigga, Narandera, and Sydnoy- (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Do niliquin, and W anganella Friday — -5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga Naran dera, and' Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganclla 3 p.m. -Balranald and Maudo 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 ganclla 7 p.m. Wagga Waggai Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wodnessday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella and Sydnoy (via D'quin) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald l p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia Darling, &c. - Friday— 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella . 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and. Sydnoy (via Wagga) Box.closes half an hour befor...

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

Hay Jockey Club Annual Races. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 7th and 8th. ' ? Patron : ? J. J. PHELPS, M.L.A. President : ?/???? THOMAS D'ARCHY. Vice-President: vV : EVAN EVANS. '??? Stewards:' . Mbbsbb. R. EDGAR , JOHN KEIGHRAN H. B. WELSH G. C. LOUGHNAN ' F.W. REED 1 ??? E. EVANS J. McGAW WM. LANG ' ? ? WM. MoEVOY. : Judge: THOS. MoFARLAND. * ? ? ' . Starter : EVAN EVANS. :i .Clerk of the Course: ? GEORGE DONOHOE. ' - FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, 7th of MAY. To start at 1 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE, of 40 sovs., added to a sweep of 2 sovs. For all horses that have not won an advertised prize, exceeding 20 bovs., at time of entry. Weight for age. Ono 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 gold 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. 1£ miles. To start at 3 p.m. HAY JOCKEY...

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

SIX NEWSPAPERS, from various places, for 6d., at tho Rivmne Grazier Oilice.

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

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay — Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 81st July. . . ? - Deniliqnin — Friday, 27th February ; 'Fri days 24th July.; Saturday, 19th December. . Wagga Wagga— Saturday, 7th February ; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. S^flSti^illJICoridny; l'Cth February /''Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th Decombor. Corowa — Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, I2th December.1 Won tworth— Saturday, 21st March ; Saturday, 15th August. ' Bourke- — Thursday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS ' FOR 1874. Hay — Thursday, 5th March ; Thursday, 80th July. ; : Doniliquin — Thursday, 26th February ; Thursday, 23rd July j Friday, 18th De cember. Wagga Wagga— Thursday, 5th February; Thursday, 2nd' Jnly ; Thursday, 26th No vember. ? ? - Albury — Friday, 13th February ; Friday,, 10th July ; Friday, 4th December. Wentworth— Friday, 20th March ; Friday, 14th August.-' Bourko— Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th November.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 25 March 1874

BIRTH.     Peacock,— At Cudgellico, on the 17 th       March, the wife of Mr. J. Peacock, of a son. MARRIAGE.   Pemberton —Blacker. — On the 16th March,   at Cudgellico, by the Rev. J, Williams, J. Pemberton, of Cudgellico, to Margaret, third daughter of the late Mr. Charles Blacker. THE lUVEIUNE (vRAZTEli. Tros; Ty-iits-ve .mihi nullo di^orivii^.aget'itg* WEDNES.DAYv MARCH.25, 187^p.

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ARREST OF GEO. BUTCHART FOR FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

4BREST OF GEO. BUTCHART FOE I FOllGERY, ! /Business men of Melbourne weyo surprised on Wednesday by tho rumor that George Butchart had boon arrested in tho Bank of ?Victoria on a charge of forgery. It appears thfit not 'PnS ago, an '.advertisement was iiir sorted in tiicBcndigo Advertiser asking for application from persons who would undcr talco to uo to Glasgow on business in . con ncction;with some landed property in .which tlTo advertiser was concerned. The applica tions, wero to be addressed to John Tyson, at Cobb's aWCo.'s office, Melbourne. 'A youth naiiied Crumni answered tho advertisement, and received a prompt reply from M elbournp froiu Jolin Tysoiy.who stated that, owing to soro eyesj he could not 'travel to Sandhurst, but if thb applicant camo down to Melbourne an engagment would bo entered into with him,' Further ? . correspondence ensued bc twoen Crumm and tho advertisor, and from tlie strange nature of tho correspondence, Crumm consulted tbo dctectives at Sandhurst^ a...

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IMPROVEMENTS ON FREE SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

IMPROVEMENTS 'ON FREE SMcJ TIQNS, Tho following instructions Jtayo boon is ene4 ?' Siu'voyor-iGenoral's Ofiico, Sydney, Fob. 18, 1874. ?v... f3h't— In Toporting tlio yaliiu of improve ments on conditional purchases, or portions Dppliod for in right of hiiproypmenls, yoi'i should t:iko into account the ainotfliffor' \vhich such improvements po'iild be placed on ibc ground by a contract) If.tliey^cQnsist. pf TYQodcn buildings, fences or. other improves jncnts of ft'like chariicter; thoir value1 di piinisb wjtb thoir age, and a proportionate., deduction ia to bo raadp in your estimate, flips, a fence wbjph would, originally have. been Jijiqly to|]iaVe l^te'd ttyehtjr (2,0) fjrenrs, - and * ftt thb^timofof irispb&tion'is twelve- ypAr? 'old, ja only worth eight-twentieths of what a new, fence, jYjoulj^ogt^* .^j J?t .,,'v ' Sapping' trees, clearing imdergrowtli, and pthcr improvements tending t?o ihcr'oaso' tli'c ptqcf^c^rryiiig--pa[-5ibilitic8'/p£'-tht)-. land} are pnly itoSbo ri...

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(FROM THE DAILY TAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

(from the daily papers.') London, 21stMarcli. — On tho report being submitted for an, address in reply to the Queen's speech, Mr. Butt moved an amend ment, proposing that tlio House should legis late iu favour of .Irish self-government ; it was . rejected by a majority, of 314 to 50. ?Major-General Sir Garnet Wolseley has ar rived at Portsmouth, from the West Coast of Africa. The price of wheat is drooping, owing to largo expected arrivals, and tho present quotations for Adelaide are 67s. to 68s. per quarter ; a million quarters aro en route from California. There has been a relapse in the copper market ; prices show £87 to £88. Arrivals': ' Martha Birnie, Helen, Denny, Highflyer, Ethiopian, Ben Lomond, Oribe, and Ardon. London, 25tli March. — Serious colliery strikes have occurred, owing to the recent re duction of wages. Arrived : Loch Tay, Pak Wan, Collingwood, and Carisbroolc Castle from Melbourne; Pekina, South Australian, Excelsior, from Adelaide. Sydney; 21st March. — -The Ne...

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MELBOURNE. March 28th, 3.49 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

MELBOURNE. (from oun own correspondent.^ March 28th, 3.49 p.m. Rochefort, Groussbt, Jourde, Pain- Baillere, and Hille,' Communist prisoners, have escaped from New Caledonia, and arrived at New castle. Dr. Livingstone's body has been brought to Aden, for shipment to London. A new Press Law has been passed by the German Parliament. .Bismarck is recovering from the attack of gout, ? A motion has been introduced to dissolve tho National Assembly of France. Victor Emanuel's twenty-fifth birthday was enthusiastically celebrated. Judge Williams, of Victoria, resigns on -15th April, ? ? ' ? Green's trial for tho murder of Mr. Rey nolds goes on. ? Butchart lias been pronounced insane by the Yarra Bend doctors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

Blewett & Co., WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRAPERS, Wine, and Spirit Merchants. GENERAL storekeepers, STOOB:, STATION,. AND COMMISSION AGENTS, - AND AUCTIONEERS, , Corner of Lachlan and Bank Streets , HAY. To Wellsinbers. '|H'AN WANTED who understands Boring, ill can put wells into working order, and construct tanks for same. Apply to ' F. DESAILLY, ; Trida, Mossgiel. Or to W. WILLIAMS, -153u* - Agent, Hay. Fencing ! Fencing !! TENDERS are invited to CONSTRUCT about ton miles of WIRE FENCING, on the back of Overall Plains Run. For further particulars, apply to . . . W. J. BURCIIER,. . j Manager Wallaby Station, ,;I76u .P- ., ? Booligal. ' .Wanted. A HOUSEMAID and- WAITRESS. xL Good- wages to a competent person. I Apply to . ' . : : i ' MRS. SABINE, 201-u- 1 Bush Inn, Hay, Wanted GOOD CARPENTER. Six months con stant work. Apply : J. II. POLLARD. ; Hay,' March 2d th, 1874. 207u Sawyers and Others, j MR. RANKIN, of the firm of RANKIN and i BATTY, Sydney* , has arrived at Balrana...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

A Glorious Rain. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. MAY we ask you to wait a little longer. See our GOODS before you purchase. Compare 'with every Store. Pollard & Saunders, Hay, March 31st, 1874. Good Friday Buns MAY BE HAD at CATER'S RIVER SIDE BAKERY, and at MR. YORKE'S, Fruiterer, at Is. 6d. per dozen. Please give ORDERS at once. . W. CATER. March 31st, 1874. ? 219-23 Hay Jockey Club, GENERAL MEETING. A GENERAL MEETING of this Club will bo held at TATTERSALL'S HOTEL, on FRIDAY EVENING, the lOtli inst., at 8.30 p.m., when all Members are requested to attend. Business ELECTION OF, MEMBERS, ? ' ' ' etc., etc. W. L. HIGGINS, ALLEN LAKEMAN, 220r-J4 Sees,

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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 1, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, . April. *1, 1S74. , ^Ve liavo to report a splendid fall of rain — the first of the season sufficient to givo a gqnoral spring pf grass. Everywhere noyr, the brown bare earth is being covered with a mantlp of green. This welcome blessing pegai} tqdcscqnd last Wednesday, and has , r |jeen failing at short intervals until now, with tho appearance of uioro to come. We are' .evidently in for ris fine n sonson as has yet )ieen seen, . Wo hear pf several riots' Of'phcep, ? tlilit were travelling-- for'- feed and water, liav jng turned their faces homewards. Thero are np crossings' for .the -week 'at, Hay. Onr |3alranald correspondontwritcs Vfo have had very steady-rains this week right out to Kilfevn, station. About. 200 fat: cattle left ? Yanga fqr'thb ^Victorian ' markets.'1 Mr, phrystal's sheep will; cross Murrumbidgce |his week -for .the back blocks:' The Jiiverine £7 th, ^reports.:— _ Crossed — -M'L'aurin's 12'5 li'e.ad of cattle.' A' ponsiderable quantity. &...

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