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MELBOURNE. April 11th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
LIELBOUKNE. ' I (from our owir coRREsroNDENT.) i April lltli, 1874. ! Jiy the. arriv.al of the English mail we liavo the particulars of the general election, and are left to form some idea of what, it was that gave the Gladstone Ministry the coup de grace. The Liberals are not more as tonished at their discomfiture than tho Con servatives at their' own: victory. Tho ballot was'op'pbied by the Conservatives for years as au un-English 'iyay of voting, and a great cry was.mado-againstit;as'a mean, cowardly, and unsafe way. of .returning .members to Par liament/;, Now, jthatL it is.- in full working order -and; the Tories have gamed such a de cisive victory, they laud it to the skies and regret thst they did not know more about its virtues long-before- 'After all,- Idon'tthink it h»'V'uCli io uo wuli ilio result, but 'thit the country was g-ettirig tired :'of the mon otony of political life under Gladstone and wanted iji ch'arige. ? -Just something like bur-; selves. ?: I th'iiik there'...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
? -?'??-? DIED. Johnb. — At her father's residence, near Hay, on Sunday, 12th inst,, of hepatitis, Grace, aged 9 years, the only daughter of Frank Johns. THE RIVERINE ftR-AZIER. Tr'os Tyrius-ve mihi nullo discrimine agetiir WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1874.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
Mr. E. F. Hughes, who contested Port land* last election, and was defeated. Jby Mr. Must only by seven votes, is again a candi date for the representation of the town in the Assembly. The War'rnamhool Examiner reports the sale of Harton Hills, Mr. Wm. Carmichael's station, at £2 10s. per : acre, stock to be taken at a. valuation. There aro about 23,000 acres^ ; . . We understand that the Law Officers of the Crown have determined not to proceed with the trial of Ruperti Green on the charge of having murdered the late Mr.Maxwell until next month. : The balance-sheet of the Melbourne Meat. Preserving Company shows a debit balance of £4,700. ??;..? .? Sudden Death. — Ely, Jan. 18.— -An awfully sudden death occurred in the Wes leyan. Chapel in this city this morning. ; The officiating minister, tho Rev. Mr. Ball, had conducted the devotional part of the service, and had' just commenced Ms sermon, when the. attention of the congregation was ar rested by the circumstance of a middle-aged m...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
There must cither be great carelessness observed in the watch kept over the -political prisoners, whom France expatriated to New. Caledonia for their political, crimes during tho reign of terror of the Commune, or slsc the authorities, have been lending .their assistance to enable them to; escape from durance-vile. ? It is a.-vory significant fact that though several' of those misguided men broko loose and reached our. shores not' .long ago; still no greater caution was observed to keep the remainder in safoty. The leading spirits in the Coriimunist movement- have at length escaped flnd found their way somehow or other to this colony. Rochefort Very narrowly escaped the guiloline otiliiscon -viction, and mercifully was transported to. New Caledonia. No doubt his ' restless spirit winced under his cxptriation, and' was on the look out for a favourable opportunity to break away and breathe the air as a free, man again, and this must' have been well known to the authorities, and' shoul...
By Electric Telegraph FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. SYDNEY, April 14th, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
By Electric Telegraph ' , prom orrn o'jvn corhespondkmt.1' ' : \ SYDNEY. -? April 14th,' 9 p.m. On Monday the Governor opened the Mo tropolitan Exhibition. Tho day was splendid, and the show remarkably good, especially the cattle exhibits. ' '. Tho prizo horses were — Cox's Yattendon and .Lord Linno ; Sir Wm, Macarthur's Cadmus, Mr. Want's Duke' of Athol, Mr., Dent's Disraeli, Mr. Town's 'Fawn and Days of Yore, Mr. Want's Loyal Devoir, and Washed Ashore, Mr. Whito's, D'Moor Mr. Dangar's Farhan. .The gold medal for the best bull was awarded to Jurior's Prince Charley. .' ;; Breeders' prizes — Cox's Durham, bull Pearl Fitz- Windsor, and Jenkins's Baron Theodore. ' : . Best Cow— Woodhouso's Red Countess. Lamb's Princess Purple, Morton's Triples Brunswick. '.','. £1500 was refused by Mr. Morton for his heifer. '????'?. Spain. — Negotiations for peace have begun. A. J. C. AUTUMN MEETING; April 10th, 11-10 ».m. /? SECOND. DAY. : Flying Handicap. ? ' ?. Wombo .., ... ... 1 ? Romeda ? 2 Jav...
JOHN BRIGHT AT BIRMINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
JOHN BRIGHT; AT BIRMINGHAM] TheTight'hbri. John' Bright, in the course of his address at Birmingham on SdturidayJ after hayingreturned-.thauks to, the; !cbhstit uen'ts°for the' re-election, of 'himself :- and col leagues, sai'dithatafter the- Reform Bill was; passed, a neW'state/of things arose, and w- have had ?since' then'— -T think everybody must admits taking -into consideration. th« state .of the intelligence' and, virtuel of oui population— -we. iiavohadin all our groattpwns a very, admirable system pfilocal and municip'al government. /Buttlioi reformed Parliament went on with these disturbances.' , . Tho,pep plo of England heard -the wail .of .anguish from tho West Indian colonies- ; -overy breeze; from tho west brought withaf -the'sound of the suffering an'dth'o 'torture Of nearly a mil lion /of i tlio '.population; and the Liberal party— for it was they who did it—they. \ not only heard this, but they resolved to' abate the evil ; and tliey did in, a maiirior bv which they-...
SYDNEY. 10TH April, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
Sydney, -v----;'- ?'l;:-::: (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. )' ? , 10th April, 1874.., .. '? TH c. solemnities arid' festivities ' of, 'Easter; were; passed amid dejightful weithferV ' 'Un-' fortuna'tely/the -delay 'of the.' ' .'Appropriation Bill left'the'ciVy servants' to 'eii'ter . upon.' the jliolidiiys 'without ' theii: ; ' mouth's1 ' ' pay' '; ': and' though Jtd'niariy!bf!th!e'm, Of 'course; this^was no matter ; to some, whose remunoratioh; but just riieets;crirren'tf expense's)1 it ' ,wias. 'a 'Hard-'. . ship,1 ! ? and1 ' .'prpbtibly, a ' number' 'of .'children missed ' their Easter -Monday : excursions' through the mismanagement of .ParliaV mentary businoss.-.. A more, faYourablo ,day than Mpfidayl^for.face^anald^cursioTisiCDbiJld not be desired. It seemed lasiif tho fierceness 'of summor had all gone, -for j the io(ocasipn; -Tho. raijway,,', tile.' cbaches'.rand^steambbats were iriucli i iii requisitipn..- ;'.!Par^arapttk.jFafrr. field,' Peririth, Eniii, plains,' and '., tho. ...
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Denili quin, Wanganell, Sydney (via Deniliquin) Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5-p;m. . From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday — 5?a.m.-. Erom. Wagga Waggar Navandcra,. anct Sydney- -(via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 ajn. . From Ecliuca, De niliquin, and Wanganella, Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga Naran-. dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Echuca, Deniliqnin, Wanganella. 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. ? Booligal, Wilcannia and Darling DErATlTCRES: Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald! 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Navandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wcdncssday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, . Wanganella and Sydney (via D'quin) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia Darling, &c. Friday-^G p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ? . . ? . ?. Box cl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
? Hay Jockey Club Annual Races. , THURSDAY ani- FRIDAY, MAY 7th and 8th, Patron : J. J. PHELPS, M.L.A. :?:? President : THOMAS D'ARCHY. Vicc-Prcsident : ' , EVAN EVANS. . Stewards : .'?'...? .Messrs. R. EDGAR JOHN KEIGHRAN H. B. WELSH G. 0. LOUGHNAN F. W. REED E. EVANS ' J. McGAW. WM. LANG WM. McEVOY. Judge :?' THOS. McFARLAND. Starter : EVAN EVANS. Clerk of the Course : GEORGE D0N0H0E. 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 sovs., at time of entry. Weight for age. Qno and a half miles. Eutrance 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. 1^ miles. ; To start at 3 p.m. HAY JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP,...
DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874
DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874.. Hay — Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 31st July. ' ?' . \ Deniliquin — Friday, 27th February ; Frit, day, 24th July ; Saturday, 19th Docomber..' Wagga Wagga — Saturday, 7th February j Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. Albury — Monday, 16th February ; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7*h December.. Corowa — Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th December. Wentworth — Saturday, 21st March ; Saturday, 15th August, Bourko — Thursday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th November, COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1874. Hay — Thursday, 5th March } Thursday, 80th July. Deniliquin — Thursday, 26th February ; Tlmvsday, 23rd July y Friday,. j.ath De cember. Wagga Wagga — Thursday, 5th February;' Thursday, 2nd Jtily ; Thursday, 26th No vember. . Albury — Friday, 13th February ; Friday, . 10th July ; Friday, 4th Dccembor. Wentworth— Friday, 20th March ; Friday, 14th August. Bourke— Friday, 8th Mny ; Thursday, 5th November. /'
NATIVE LANGUAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
NATIVE LANGUAGES. Wc: take the following from a leader in the Sydney Morning Herald of l'lth irist. ' In the Herald oi 1st April- appeared a crim mupicationifrom Lord Kimberley . to Gover nor Sir Hercules Robinson, covering a letter from W. H. J. Bleelc, Ph. D., Foreign Mem ber \of ''tlie.' Royal Bavarian Academy of Science, and Librarian of the Grey Library, at Cape Town. . This letter is accompanied by a report from Dr. Bleelc 'concerning Bushmen Researches,' and is also addressed to his Excellency. The obicct is to obtain information through the Governor and the Legislature of New South Wales respecting the language literature of the aborigines of tlie colony. - Dr. Bleelc is well-known to students in ethnology as a German philologist of some eminence, who has written elaborately on the languages of South Africa and Mozambique. Notices of his ' Comparative Grammar' and of; the ' Language of Mozambique' may be found in Petermann's ' Geographischen Mittlieilungen' — the former for ...
SUMMER SKETCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
SUMMER SKETCHES. From .the pine-clad heights one Well can view The cloud-eappcd tops of blue Meroo ; - Or feast his eyes across the plains Where nature quiet and solemn-reigns. No , busy .crowds of . commerce, there, ' To hinder thought or mar your, prayer, . . , For heavenly thoughts the mind will fill In solitude so calm andi still: ; The kangaroo and emu run Beneath a fiery, burning sun ; j The birds sit panting on tho the treos To freshen freshen them no cooling breeze. The sheep upon' the pirfe-clad rise, Lie sheltered from the burning skies, While horses run with mad'ning glee To shady spot 'neath well known tree. The lizard sleeps upon the grass, And wakes' not tho' the shepherd pass, A vileish creature, still it seems He loves to bask amid sunbeams. And tho rustic bard, with heart forlorn, Who loves them all does often mourn, . So far from: friends and country torn by cruel fate, So cheer him on, .ye guardian powers, to heaven's gate. Wallaby.
DENILIQUIN RACES. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Deniliquin, April 18th, 10.50 a.m. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
DENILIQUIN RACES. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Deniliquin, April 18th, 10.50 a.m. FIRST DAY. Maiden Plate, of 40 sovs. Distance one and a half miles. Dolphin 1, . Robin 2, Whittington 3. . Sapling Staked, of £25. Distance three quarter-mue. . V oltaire 1, (irey Dawn 5J. Town Plate, a handicap of 75 sovs. Dis tance, If mile. 'Brownlock!, After Dark 2, Mozart 3. Members' Purse, of £25. Distance, two miles. Tom Jones 1. A walk over. ? Selectors' Purse, of £30. ' Distance, l£ miles. After Dark 1, Lavinia 2. SECOND DAY. Publicans' Purse, of £25, with a sweep of £2, to go to the second horse ; l-£ miles, weight for age. After Dark 1. Deniliquin Handicap, of 100 sovs., with a sweep of 5 sovs to go to the second horse. Distance, 2 miles. Dolphin 1, Brownlock 2, General' 3. Hurdle Race, a handicap of £20, with a sweep of £2 to go to the second horse, over hurdles 3ft. 6in. high. Cruiskeen 1, Faugh a Ballaugh 2, Yellow Jacket 3. Forced Handicap, of £20, for all winners (optional for losers) on...
MELBOURNE. April 18th, 12 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
Melbourne'. (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 18th, 12 a.m. In the British House- of Commons Sir Stafford Northcote has delivered his budget ; he estimates the revenue for 1874 at 78 millions, find the expenditure at £72,500,000, giving a surplus of £5,500,000. He pro posed to take a penny off the mcome tax, and to abolish the sugar duties. A terrible colliery explosion has taken place at Dukenfield, Cheshire. Fifty-one persons were killed. The Runnymede put into Pernambuco with cargo damaged by fire. Arrived: Great Britain. [This is satis factory intelligence after the false report of her loss.] , Germany.— At Berlin, Monsignor Ludoc-' kowski, the Archbjshop of Posen, has been arrested and imprisoned by Government, and deprived of liis See.
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
'.TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. ( I'MtOM THE DAILY PAPERS.) London, 10th inst. — Sir John B- Karslake has resigned the Attorney-Generalship owing to ill-health, and has been succeeded by Sir Ilichard Baggallcy, the Solicitor-General. Three thousand colliers are on strike in Somersetshire. ? r London,' ll.th inst.r^Tho London' 'press is favorable to the annexation,. of -Fiji. A i t Jean: Luie, alias Luudgren, the pretended steward of the Osprbv, who gave evidence in' the Tieli borne trial, lias 'been sentenced to seven years' penal servitude for-perjury, and ' Oap tain ' Brown has received a sentence of live years. Arrived ; Zoroaster, from Mel uourne. Cape Coast news to l'Jtli March states that the King of Ashantec. has signed Sir Garnet Wolseley's treaty! '' : ? London, 13th April. — The Australian mails of 20th February via Briridisi, haye been delivered. Tlie body of Dr. Living stone has arrived at 'Southampton. London, 19th inst. / There is an agricul tural lock-out in Somersetshire, where...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
RiveriO Coaching Company ?! ?(^4; (LIMITED.) THE Promoters and the General Public are requested to MEET at the MASONIC HALL, on WEDNESDAY, 6tli of May, at 4 p.m., to appoint a Provisional. Directory, and to transact such other business as may oe necessarv. JAMES WITCOMBE, 2TM-2G Secretary pro. tem. Eight Hours. A MEETING of the WORKING MEN A will bo hold on FRIDAY night, 24tli Inst., at 7£ p.m., at the Punt Hotel, with the object of introducing the. Eight Hours' System at Hay.- 251-26 MR. FREDERIC WOOD REED, Attorney, Solicitor, and Conveyancer, Office— Lachlfiii Street, Hay, ? ; (Opposite to the Court House.) Attends at Roset's Hotel, Booligal, on the (second Thursday in each month. - Bank bfiiNew South '? A BRANCH of this BANK will .'be A OPENED at HAY on or about 1st May. :' C. E. SCRIVEN, - ? 248u . . Pro Inspector. -! Musical and Dramatic A MEETING pf all favorable to the for-. ? mation of a Musical and Dramatic Club in Hay will be held at tlie residence of tho undersigned ; on...
STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 22, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
STOCK REPORT. \ W ednesday, April 22, 187 4. binco our lust the weather li:is bilcn most enjoyable, although rather warm at midday, Oil Aloud ay evening there wore a few tluu} iler clouds which seemed 'to give warning that tho rain had not entirely left us, but this is only a natural consequence after such a down pour as wo have had. The plague of grass hoppers is not so bad to the northward as was anticipated, -and the grass is daily becoming more abundant, although, between Hay and Deniliquin, these posts are said -to -have de voured all the fresh gl-ass. A gentleman in from the Laqhlan buck country roports the grass there as being literally up to the kiioes, so mere can be 110 uoubt tliat we shall have an extraordinary lambing. Tho roads still continue very heavy, and the scarcity of teams is greatly felt, rates for carriage being neces sarily very high. The following are the stock movements for .the week: — 12,000 store wethers, Mr. ..Walter Douglas's, from Yarra 'vvin, II. Craw...
MELBOURNE. April 18th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
? ji MELBOURNE. (from OUll OWN correspondent.*) . s/ April -18tb, 1874: .- Our gqneral election proceeds -witli more interest tlian at -first, and has produced some changes in th ^..personnel of the Assembly, though the leading members of the old Par liamonfHagain -find'*themselves' amongst the successful candidates. Mi-. Tucker (adistant connection pf old Dan Tucker), who once re presented Castlemaind, but gave himself a quieter by a. Quieting Titles Bill he once was induced to father and jtrv to press through tho House, has again- offered himself for that constituency, but the reception he got was of such a character that I believe he will- give up all hemes' of ever sitting on tho benches of tho Legislative Assembly. His audience soemed to.thiiil?that lie would look much better in the fools' corner-with a can and bells on his, -head than 011 tho cross or ministerial benches. Sir John . O'Shannassy lias re solved to seek re-election for the patriotic borough of Kilmore, and two of...
HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, April 22, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874
hay shipping: O ' Wednesday, April 22, 1874. ; The steamer -Siverine arrived-btt Thursday, 16th inst. with a large cargo of general mer chandise, principally; for Messrs. Pollard arid Saunders.. , Slip sailfed on Monday, 20tli.' The steamer Murrumbidgee arrived on 21st, and is now at the wharf. * / The i-iver Murrumbidgee was ' eiglit feet, falling. On 17th. inst. the river ^Murrum bidgee at Wagga was five feet, falling-' - ; ?