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SYDNEY. 27th March, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

: 'S.YDNEY. .. :0F,riOJl'Opli;6-VN'.CORnESI'pNDENT.,)'.: . 27tli March, 1874. Ag'aiii, ' after some- display 1 Pf -air 'onward spirit, or Parliament, has got into the deep ruts of ; contention . and ; 'p'bstf notion. .Tho Upper House, after. four evenings' debate on tho - Legislatiyo ; Council Billj rejected 'Sir AVilliam Manning's Yesolutiori for ' thb * adop tion of the .Scleet .Committee's repor.t, by - 16 to 4-^-tind' carried- Mr: - Docker's' arneridirierit by 11 to ,9— thus repudiating the elective principle. .The Nestor of the House, the hon. E. Doas Thoriison, brought up once more for the instruction of Young Australia, the asser tion that the present Upper _ House is con structed after the best model |nthe world^4 tlio -Britisn House' 'of Lprds'; and a majority of our Austridian' ' Lords,'— these cleyen illustrious |S,tatesin en, w-ljbm jlic iQueeii Iiasj by^ s'trsirigb irii'stake, omitted to sumhiori to Westminster, .as '.Peers of th'e' ; Realm : tho hon. Messrs. John -and....

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 25TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

1 -. .. ? — ? ; ? 1 MELBOURNE ;&TOGK . REPORT; : Wednesday, 25th* March. Fat Cattle.- — 1382 forward, a large supply, best quality same as last week, other quality fis. lower. The Riverine sales were 238 for John Leitcb, Berry Jerry, bullocks averaging j£10 4s. Gd. ; cows .to £8. Fat Sheep.- — 14,000 ? yarded, prices about the same as last week. Riverine sales were : 1,020 owes, Messrs. Wolscloy, Gibbs& Co's, pobran and Thulo,.a't 9s. 'Gd.. ; this - was the only lot from Riverina. , Store Stock— ^ There are inqniries for yo.ung pwes in lamb and three year old wethers. Pure Stock.— Messrs. Robertson Bros, of polac liavo sont six of their pure ; shor.t-liorn cows to Mr. Richard Morton's imported bull at a fee of £50 each. . . . , Steam Plains, Conargo, has Veen sold to Messrs.- Lamb, Kiddle, and Dale, with: 25,000 sheep, cattle, horses, and working, plant. Tullieh stationf,near Caster ton, Victoria, lias been sold with1 . -90.0, . sheep, cattle, horses, &c, V.)...

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CUDJELLICO. March 23rd. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

CUD JELLICO. : . (from our. own correspondent.! ' ; March 23rd. 1874. I havo this wcek;visitcd 'tlie 'workings at tho main] shaft' 'of Forster's :: Reef. 'G.M.C. The whim is now up and'Overytliirig' is' com plete1; it looks' strong and substantial,1 and reflects great credit on the ' mariageriicut. They'-aro going to pink 1 with viprour: No. 1 South are expecting their whim gear from Forbes every day ; they have everything on the ground ready for erection. :i | of a share 'changed harids bri')Saturday. .. : -.-c ; The' weather has broken up), arid' rain is the order' of the day.' ' \ 'A : '- '' '?'- . Mr.,)\Y- Xiougliriari. passed hero on Mon day.) ^vitli 8000 1. ewes, ,in lamb, for Huntha wang; - W 0 had a little excitement to-day in tho lauricliirig of a 'sailing boat, -built by agentle man that lives hero ? Itis really- a first-class one, and, considering -lie . never saw one built, a most crcditable-pieco of workmanship. Wo havo now two sailing boats on tho lake. - ,'I'iregrotl ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

. BIRTH. . .. . ? . WiTCOMnE.-— At: Melbourne, on, the 21st. ' inst;, tho wife of Mr. James Witcombe, . builder,: iHay,: of-a son. i . 1 ^ -r Reed.— rOii 28tlv'Mafch/nti No.-l^M:o'nl!pclier ? Parade, Domain Road,, .^outh yarraj . Mrs. F.' W.jReed/ of Hay, of a 'daughter. ' i the RWEEINE .: GMZIEU Tros Tyrius-iie mihi'nullo discriihinc agetur WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1874.

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY, March 31st. 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

By Electric Telegraph I . (irnoM oun own correspondent.) Sydney, March 81st. 9 t-.m. . Friday. — Six Communist leaders oscaped from New Caledonia, and landed at New castle. On Saturday three of thorn, Roche fortli, Grousset. and Jourde, came to Sydnoy. They intend to return to Europe by next mail. ; On Saturday, at tlio University com memoration. the Chancellor, announced the promised bequest of William -Macleay, M.P. to llio Museum and Library, and also a gift of six thousand pounds, as endowment for a Curator. * . . Disraeli lias released the Fenian prisoners. Thirty-two Austrian bishops, havo de nounced the ecclesiastical laws. The French National Assembly has voted money for the completion of tho fortifications of Paris. United States Congress increases the legal tender circulation to four hundred millions of dollars. :

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

It has been much for tlio comfort: . of travel? lers to the Darling that the summer has been so dry,' and the' public roads in', such; good' order. 'It's an ill wind that blows good to nobody' wo often hear repeated, and often see exemplified, and we can localize the adage and say it must be a very drv sea- .! son that will not afiord benefit to soine foik. Had the creeks beyond the Lachlan been as high this season as last there must have been a great deal of difficulty experienced in cross ing them with the mails, and travelling mobs of slieep would have been as much impeded oh their way to market as they have been by the. long drought through which we have passed; , A great deal lists been promised by the heads of departments in regard: to the re pairs they intend to make 011 that road, and we -are kept still on the tip-toe of hope that : theso promises will be realized in a short time.' Now that the Estimates are passing through the ' House ' we ? trust;^ that our worthy member w...

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

MELBOURNE!. [ (from bint own . correspondent. V- . , -March 28tli, 1874. : ' Tho AU-Erigland Eleven 'having at last shaken - off tho dust ? of their, feet at -us, , w'o are sit . lqisnro. to look, after matters of more mpmont than crickot— an ad vantage, however, that in the ; political world, has not been taken advantage of by constituencies. The general elections, now going on, absorb less attention, than, any politicalmqvements of the last, twelve months. : A considerable number of members have been ?; returried:withput opposition, ','aud.I should not [ bo [surprised to learn .'that the majority will - bo so^ elected. The Treasurer (Mr. liaugtoii) ', will, in, all probability, lqsp.his &eat)fpr |West Melbourne, ..'as.' . though), professing-/) to ?) b.p; in,,, rabid FreeVtrader, he has, been playing; out of ) a Prot'e'ctibnist hand, to )' ^jjoifinitelj of. many [ .o'tYhis siippq'rt/jrs; '.,,In factj)hb)is ' said to have bpcoriio'.se fujl-of '/cbnccit; | tliat . , the hair...

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

George C. Wood, Cook, Pastrycook, Confectioner, and Ornamentist, IS prepared to talco and execute ORDERS for Wedding or Christening Cakes, in any desigri, from 3 guineas up. to 20 guineas. Country orders taken. Address : No. 4, Myers-Street, Hay.' 135u ' Bridge Hotel, Hay. TH. BROOKE respectfully informs his ? frierids and tlio public generally .' that they will find; at the above. Hotel , every Accommodatibri; and their Wants carefully at tended to. : , ?' ' ? ' ? ; Wines, Spirits, English Alois! and Portere of tho best brands. ' '* Excellent Accomodation for Travellers. H. GETTER, Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Photographer. THANKS the inhabitants for theii- liberal support for the, past; four years, and solicits a continuance of patronage. : All work dono well, and at moderate charges. Picture Frames, four sorts, any size to order. Hotel for Sale. W CARTER being about to retire from ? his present Business, begs to offer his Public House at Hay, known as the : ' CEO WN HOTEL,' EITIIER ...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

^BUfiiiifi-MEETM G: P,' ic y 'ft- mcetirig^poiiypned Jjy jtho Mayor,) wiis lipl)d at the Masonic ETallon^Monday evening last'.. ' 'The object was1 ;'tbjmcmorialisb' the^ Gbvofiiriifflit against tlie sale of a portion of j :tlio wliavf ircsory 'o; ' ' \ There - was a large iitteri-' daricc.' ? ': i ') ' ' ? ?? : ' ?;iTlio Mayor (W. Sabine, Esq:), on the mo--| .tion ot 'Mr,. Liakemau seconded:by Mr.- Rood,' (was unaniriiously appointed chairman. On .taking his seat, ho proceeded at once to state tlio object of the meeting, and in a very ap propriato speech, pointed out the gi-ca't wrong whioh he thought would bo inflicted on the township should the Government porsist in -their intention of selling tho froutago to Lachlan-strcot. After reading the memorial, the Mayor stated that there .was no doubt, but some interested parties had boon urging ;tlio'matter - on; tho Government', to satisfy their own private ends. He £at down amidst great applause. - ' - - ' Mr. Reed placed boforo tho me...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. Sunday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Denili quin, Wanganell, Sydney (viaDeniliquin) Monday — 12 a.m.- From Maude, Balranald. 5.p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday— 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandcra, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, De niliquin, and Wanganell a Friday — 5 a.m. From W agga W agga Naran dcra, and Sydney (via Wagga) ? 11.30 a.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wafiganella 8 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, nnd Darling Monday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan- . ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Whgga, Narandcra, and Sydney (via Wagga) W odnessday — G p.m. Echuca, 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, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandcra, anft Sydney (via Wagga) Box closes half an hour beforo de...

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

Hay Jockey Club :: &a.ce^. ? ' ' THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY - ' ? 7th and 8th. ' ? ' ? ' ' Patron : J; J. PIIELPS, M.L.A. ? . ; : -President : ?''??? THOMAS D'ARCHY. VicerPrisident ' ? ? EVA& EVANS. ? ? ' , ? ? ? Stewards : Messrs. R. EDGAR ' ! JOHN KEIGHRAN H. B. WELSH G.C. LOUGHNAN F. W. REED E. EVANS ? J. MoGAW v WM.LANG ; ' WM. MoEVOY. 1 . Judge : ? THOS. MoFARLAND. Starter : ?EVAN EVANS. - Clerk of the Course : ; GEORGE DONOHOE. FIRST DAY, 1 THURSDAY, 7th op MAY, ; ; ? ; - To start at 1 p.m. -MAIDEN PLATE, of 40 so vs.,. added to a ; : Bwoep of 2 sovs. For all horses that have ' not won an advertised prize, exceeding' 20 ' sovs.j at time of entry. Weight, for age. 1 One and a half miles. Entrance open.' To start at 1.45 p.m. PRINCE OF WALES' STAKES, of 25 ''sovs. Weight for ago. / .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- 71 lbs.' -If for £20, 1 ? 141bs. If for £15, 2111)8. An...

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

SIX NEWSPAPERS, from various places, for 6d., at the Riverine Grazier Office.

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 1 April 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay— Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 81st July. . Deniliquin — Friday, 27tli February ; 'Fri- day, 24th July ; Saturday, 19th December. Wagga Wagga; — Saturday, 7th February ; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. Albiiry — Monday, lGth February;' Mon day, 18th July ; Monday, 7tli December. Corowa — Saturday, 2lst February ; Satur day, 18th July } Saturday, 12th December. , Wontworth — 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. Deniliquin— Thursday, 2Gth February ; Thursday, 23rd July ; Friday, 18th De cember. Wagga Wagga — Thursday, ,5tli February; Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 26th No vember. Albury — Friday, 13th February ; Friday, 10th July ; Friday, 4th December. Wontworth — Friday, 20th March ; Friday, 14th August. . Bourke — Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th November.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

Wdolpaok ij.'i-'iji;:: :M .'^MOSSGIEL; tZ/.o ':[? ; ''t li.iiO- .v.:.'.'.! M-'j — i-: [./?;. !-:: ',/''; TRAYELLERS -and tlio .Inhabitants of the :District will find; the above Innua: most desirable house , to put. :up:. at, .-iboth 'for -the comfort of residence,, arid ' -the .'excellency of tho food andliquors supplied. .v i::* It ' is 'tho ..desiro . of ' the ' undersigned to increase! his': already .' extorisivb ',, business V connection , and,' while endoavoiu'ing to' do 'so, wishes ' it to bo understood 'that riothing:will bo.wanting-!on .his. part. '.-it : .:/ ,' . . : :' DAVID . O. 'RIDDEL,: : . ? - -pjQpjietor. f [Marelv 30 tl i,j 1874- C./;i j'COli/I \2^.'* . (Jeorge; t? J Wdod, Cook, Pastrycook, Confectioner, and .'?) t! i. .' Orriameiiiist; ' 1 ? IS prepared to take and! execute ORDERS for 'Wedding er Christening Calces, in any design,- from 3 guineas -up to 20 guineas. II Country ? orders ? taken. ' Address : No. 4, Myers-Street,. Hay. 135u -- '? ' Bridge Hotel, Hay. T....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

? William Williams, STOCK, FORWARDING, INSURANCE; AND GENERAL AGENT, HAS FOR SALE, in lots to suit pur chasers — ! 10,000 Ewes, good ages, to lamb in May. , 8,000, Maidens to fu 1-mouthed, not in lamb. 2,000 Ewes, mixed iges, to lamb in July. SEVERAL LOTS )F PRIME STORE WETHERS. 300 Cows, 3 to 6 ; ears, good colors and well bred, on tho Laclii an, would be delivered at seller's expense any ivhero in this- neigh bourhood. 1,000 head good store cattle, one-third cows, remainder bullocl s. 1 1,000 head well-bred breeding cows, mostly in calf. . 1,000 head young hi llocks, very superior.' 1,000 head mixed yc ung cattlo in Queens land. Also on hand f( r Sale, DUNDEE WOOL PACKS, and every description of S ;ation Supplies. 161-u JOHN MOORE, Jun, HAS FOR SALE :— . . OKA YEARLING HAMS, pick of Bayly's Ot/U this year's lot, for delivery from .July to September, according to locality. ? 8000 Prime Store Wethers, from the Bar ton, on the run, or to arrive. i Large mixed lot from Brewarrina, do....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

Mails for England.. ENGLISH MAILS are despatched from . Sydney EVERY FOUETE SATURDAY, by Mail Contract Steamer via SAN FRAN CISCO. The next Mail will leave on April 11th,' arriving in London in 48 cfays, being one day less than the timo occupied via Brindisi under the recent Imperial contract. Postage on Letters 6d. per half ounce, on Newspapers Id. each. For further information ns to rates of Postage, &c., see Postal Guide. SAUL SAMUEL. General Post Office, March 25, 1874. GRAND ENTERTAINMENT AT THE NEW MASONIC HALL, HAY, On THURSDAY 9th, FRIDAY 10th, and SATURDAY 11th, The celebrated RICE TROUPE Have the honour to announce Throe Nights' ENTERTAINMENT at. the above Magnificent Hall. New Stage, Now Scenery, &c. MADAME ZUILLA, The Celebrated Lady Gymnast. MISS FANNY RICE, The Charming C antatrice. MR. FRED. RICE, Comedian, -j-c. MR. D. D. BURKE, Eccentric Mimic. Also a full and efficient Dramatic Company. Pianist — HERR KERCIIAUFF. Scenic Artist — MR. G. BTJRGESS. Man...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

A Boy Killed by his Father.— The Balhurst Times of the 25tli ??Mavpli states that Mr, Frank. Pascoe, tho owner of two or, three threshing machines, bad finished some work at Mr. James gweotnam's farm, Denis's' Island, on Thursday, and :;was in the act of yoking up somo bullocks to rerhovo tli'o 'ma- chine.; ; Hp was attended by, bis .son; Samuel. Pascoe, who, in 'obedience' to his father's^ wishes, fastened a whip to a handle, and gave' it to him. Two of the bullocks became very; restivej and refused to go into' their places in, the team, jwlicn Pascoe began to iaso the. wliip, pretty freely, and almost immediately it 'came off the handle. Annoyed apparently.. at tlie: obstinacy of tho two' ;bullocks,''h'p got hold of the handle by the [thin'' end, and threw it back to his.spn, tolling him to fasten on the whip Storo seourelyAi Tho^bbyr'\vas at; this ;moment standing beliincl him, 'about. ten* yards away,j and the^tliick end of tho whip-handlo, which; was thrown with considerable- f...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. I List of unclaimed letters lym;; at tlie general Post-oflice, Sydney, 16tli i'eb..l87*i. Ship Letters^— Ablett .Jno, Balranald ; Adolf 'Win, Balranald ; . Alcon — , Tocum jyal ; Alioarn Miss R, ITay ; Allen Tlios, .Murrumbidgeo ; Aplin Miss M, Tpcumwal ; Agnasay A. J. C., Mathoura; Axford , J, 'Tocumwal; Baker Bros,- Narraridera '; Barry Jas, Urana ; Bennett Jas. Hay *, Bennett M 'S. Hav : Boviz T. Wanganella': Bisliop Jas, . Murrumbidgeo;- Bisdon .. II, Jerelderie Bolgii Mrs M, Bundarra station ; Brierly C, ?Laclilan River; Brown aWl Hunt, Murrum Jiidgoc ; Cadicw Wm 51, Narrandera ; Carty P, Wanganella ; Cassidy, Chas., Molpa station ; Clerk Mr, Jcrildcric ; Cook James, Deniliquin ; Coleman A, »' MJumimbujiec ; [Cpnarys Wni, [ Billabpng Creole ;; Coi^ary Wm, Billabpng Creek ; Cotton I'hojJ., Tocnmyral ; Crawford-RjHay.; Cumiington T S; Murrumbidgbe River/(3). ; Cimhingham W, Deniliquin ; Davis Geo, Mimelong staif tion ;', Dagnall Wm, Mossgiel,; Davidso.n R, liac...

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MAYOR'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

: - - MAYOR'S BALL. On Monday night a ball in .; celebration of tho accession of Mr. Sabine to the mayoralty of Hay was given at the new Masonic Hall, erected by tho Mayor near the public school. A liberal number of invitations were issued, aud resulted in an excellent mustor of the re spectable inhabitants of Hay. The hall is spacious, and affords room for four double sots ofdanccrs. It is brilliantly lighted by two large chandeliers and side lamps. There is a roomy stage raised about 2 feet above the floor of the hall, which is being beautifully , decorated by Mr. ? G. Burges — a gentleman of versatilo genius, to whom nothing artistic comes amiss. The ball , and supper room's were tastefully orna mented with flags and evergreens. The ap pearance of the whole, when the company had assembled at about 10 p.m., was, wc think,- tho most brilliant sight ever seen, in this part of the ? colony. The ladies were elegantly and expensively attired ; thp gen tlemen in evening dress. Mr. James...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

April 7th, 9 p.m. ? On Sunday tlie mail steamer Baroda arrived at Adelaide. On Monday the City of Melbourne arrived at Sydney. The chief news is that they are astonished in Great Britain at the result of the elections. There sire heavy tidings respecting tho famine in Bengal. Jtlussia ana ucrmany nave agrocu to tlio re-opening of the Eastern question. The German Press says that Germany wishes not the preservation of Turkey under the Turkish Government. Fiji has been coded . to Great Britain by King Cakombau, Maafu, and other chiefs. Consul Layaird, Chief Justice St. Julian, and Mr. Thurston are managing the government provisionally. There is general rejoicing over this new arrangement.

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