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SYDNEY. 17th April, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

:1 ./SYDNEY. - (from dim own corukspondent.-) H ?,% H . 17th April, 1874. The ExlnbitioriTdllowing the week of tho | races has attrr,ctcd;a largo number of peo- 1 ple tojSydneyj It jis calculated that 30,000. visitors have been: drawn by these attrac tions to the metropolis during tho last twelve., 'days. ~ No'l'wilstanding the - apprehension entertained by some that the holding of Ex hibitions every year would lessen the interest felt by^ Qxhibitorsf and,' visitors, tlid present Exhibition is hot|a, wHi^ lbss ['popular than thoso'-vftriclr pVeceaPd'5 it; ' Arid iri some re ;spects tlio 'display w^s-^'bettej' th'aripver'r !Of v Jallthe interbstsjin tlje'cojiriiSry i'trie --p,aatoVal- was the bdstrroprespi^ted. Tho cattle were numerous ! !arid '- 'splendid ; and though tire sheep- were few, as sheepowntrs do not care tp jUijdergortlie expense and risk of sending their^s'tdbtfrom a long distanco to Sydney, the exhibits j oft wool;, well ] represented -tliat braricli of tlie'pastdi;al ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 15TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. \Y EDNESDAY, lOTII APRIL. Fat Cattle.— 1,178 head forward, and all sold. ' Quality very good, mostly good to. prime.- Prices1 ruled a little easier than last week, but prime beef is worth about 30s. per hundred lbs., more than one half the supply was from Riverina. 283 bullocks, .Tbos. Robertson's, Brewarrina. . averaged' £8 17s 3d; 140 bullock?,, Lcitch's, Wagga, -aver-- aged £10 Is'; . '61,, coWs, same owner, averaged -£7 18s:; 'J CI bullocks, Chirnside's, Murray,: averaged £'11 7s 6d. Fat head ; quality only, medium. Prices advanced from 2s. to-' 3s. per head. Tij^r.flgek's supply was 'agaiii ridiculously sma'itliarid although prices went, to extreme rates fruo. supply, was totally in-: adequate to meet the demaud. The following ?were tlio only lots from Riverina ?.—'2, 346 wethers, John Robertson, Toganmnin, aver aged 18s.-; 1,800 wethers, Henry Creswick, Liewali, averaged 18s. 6d. ' ; ; ? ' . Store Slock. — ;S,eyeral transactions pend ing, aud a consider...

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SYDNEY HUNT CLUB RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday, April 18, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

svTTNrrcv m-TNT olub races. (from OUIl OWN CORRESPONDENT. ) Saturday, April 18, 1874. Hurdle Race. — Shakespeare, 1;. Gameboy, 2; Nonsense, 3. Hunt Club Steeplechase. — Vagabond,!; Sir Watkin, 2; Nonsense, 3.. Ladieb' Bag. — Shakespeare, 1 ; Rosa, 2 ; Dio, 3. ? 'OrEN Handicap. — Burwood, 1 ; Maritana, 2; Westminster, 3. ? Metropolitan Steeplechase. — Horizon, 1 ; Prior, 2. Members' Stakes. — Newbold and Greyskin ran a dead heat ; Grif, 3.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

When the cholera was threatening the old country -soino forty years ago the' various towns, set to work earhestly to cleanse and purify 'the numerous filthy places that must exist amidst crowded populations where no special attention is given to cleanliness. In one town a local magnate— struck; with the apparent waste of money involved iu tho cleansing process— lot out 'tho' .doleful ^ex- clamation, 'But what if the cholera does not come ?', The foolish man forgot that, that was the object tliey had in view wlien tliey set about making their town sweet and whole some. Now, although tlie expense of , clear ing away offensive rubbish in , thickly peo pled cities is groat, still it is cheerfully borne, as tho benefit to be. derived far outweighs .the, .outlay. In our thinly peopled town tliere needs but little outlay to get -rid of the' small quantity of decomposable waste produced/;, there is, therofdro, ? no excuse for tho bad smells that are .begining to $0 loudly com plained of iu ...

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY. April 21st, 9.13 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY. . : , , ; . ? April 21st, '9.13 p.ta. (FROM OUR OWN CORllESrONDENT.) London, Saturday.— Livingstone's body has been buried iu Westminster Abbey ; his sons and Mr. Stanley were the pall-bearers. The British revenue for: 1873 was seventy seven millions. The expected revenue for 1874 is seventy-eight millions. Government propose a reduction of the income tax, to aholisli tho sugar duties, and payment of part of the national debt. [We give- the -following literally as it comes, we are not clear as to the meaning.] Sydney, Monday', 20th.— Assembly abolished expected Right University returned members.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

Ta^tersall's Hotel, Hay, GEORGE ESPLIN, in returning: thanks to the public- of Hay and surrounding districts for past favours, trusts by. strict attention to business to maintain the character his house has hitherto enjoyed as the most complete and well kept hotel in the Riverine District. ! First-class billiard , table, atten tive grooms, baths, &c. . . V ; N. B. — Well ? grassed paddocks. Woolpack Inn, MOSSGIEL. TRAVELLERS and the Inhabitants- of the District will find the above Inn a most desirable house to put up at,' both for the comfort of residence, and the; excellency* of the food and liquors supplied. It is the desire of the undersigned to increase his already extensive business connection , and, .while endeavouring. to do so„ wishes it to be understood that nothing will be wanting oil his part. DAVID C. RIDDEL, Proprietor! March 30th, 1874. , 214 George C. Wood, : Cook, Pastrycook, Confectioner, and ^ i Ornamentist, - ! IS prepared to take and execute ORDERS for We...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

;, . PUBLIC MEETING'. ' ?? ?'?'. ?/ ? The public meeting, called .by,. thc„Mayor per. advertisement in our last issue, was held fast W edne_sday; Iriight /aft' /tho/ hew.. Masbnic Hall., About forty persons'attended;/ ( , 1 -,- .? 'Alderman Lakehan, in the, absence of, the Mayor; was voted to'.tiie chair..- He said, tho meeting was' called .to,'protest 'against the new court-liouse being, built away from the^main street, and road a memorial praying that the site of the present court-house should be that of the new building. ?? . Mr: Reed said lie thought the now court-, house should be put in- the; front street of tlie town, the site of the- present court-house is the best. The new building would have some pretentions to architectural beauty,, arid to put it in a side street would bp like a man who had a fine picture' and hung it up in his coal cellar. He moved that the memorial read be signed ( by the ,„Chai;rinan on'. /behalf -of, the meeting;' aiid'forwaMed to the'Gov^riimcntv' '...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Denili quin, Waugan ell, Sydney (via Deniliquin) Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 0 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday — 5a.m. From Wagga Wagga,' Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, De niliquin, and Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From W agga Wagga Naran dera, anc! Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30a.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia and Darling DKrAUTuniis: Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday— 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan- . . ganclla ' 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narauclera, and Sydney (via Wagga) . Wednessday — 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 — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Box closes half an hour be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

Hay Jockey Club Annual 'Races. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY . : 7th and 8th. ? Patron : . J. J..PIIELPS, M.L.A. . ? President : . . L THOMAS D'ARCIIY. .1 ViccrPresident : ? ;i.j EVAN EVANS. ' : ' Stewards : : Mebshb. R. EDGAR JOHN KEIGHRAN ?: H. B. WELSH G. C. LOUGHNAN . ; F.»W. REED : E. EVANS ?' J. McGAW . ..... WM...LANG ' ; ; = WM. McEVOY., ; : Judge : ? ?????'. ..THOS. McFARLAND. ?- Starter : EVAN EVANS. ? , i Clerk of the Course : ; GEORGE DONOHOE. ? - : FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, 7th op MAY. To start at 1 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE, of 40 sovs., added to a sweep of 2. sovs. For all liorses that have not; won an advertised prize, exceeding 20 sovs., at time of entry. Weight for age. One 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 sold for £00. (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, 2 libs. Any surplus to go to the funds of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

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

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 22 April 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay — Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 81st July. Deniliquin — Friday, 27th February ; Fri day, 24th July ; Saturday, 19tli December. Wagga Wagga — Saturday, 7th February Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27tli November. Albury — Monday, 16th February; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December. Corowa — Saturday, 21st February Satur day, 18th July .; Saturday, 12tli December, W entwortli — Saturday, 21st March ; Saturday, 15th August. Bourke — Thursday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th November. COURTS OJT QUARTER SESSIONS . FOR 1874. Hay: — Thursday, 5th March ; Thursday, 30th July. Deniliquin — Thursday, 26th February ; Thursday, ,23rd July ; Friday, 18tli De cember. Wagga Wagga — Thursday, otli February; Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 26th No vember. ... Albury — -Friday, 13th February ; Friday, 10th July ; Friday, 4tii December. Wentworth — Friday, 20th March ; Friday, 14th August. Bourke — Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th November.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

Tattersall's Hotel, . Hay. GEORGE ESPLIN, in returning thanks to the public of Hay and surrounding districts for past favours, trusts by strict attention to' business to maintain the character his house has hitherto enjoyed as the most complete and welfflcept hotel in the Riverine District; ?; First-class billiard table, atten tive grooms, baths, &c. N. B.- — Well grassed paddocks. Woolpack Inn, MOSSGIEL. TRAVELLERS and the Inhabitants of the District will find the above Inn a most desirable house to put -up at, both for the comfort of residence, and tho excellency of the food and liquors supplied. It is the desire of. the undersigned to increase his already extensive business connection , and, while endeavouring tp do so, wishes it'to be understood that nothing will be wanting on his part. DAVID C. RIDDEL, Proprietor. March 30tli, 1874. . ' 214 George C. Wood, Cook, Pastrycook, Confectioner, and Ornamentist, IS prepared to take and execute ORDERS for Wedding or Christening ...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

TlilT.H'.fi'R APHIC ITEMS. (FROM THE DAILY PAl'EUS,) London, 18th mst. — Xiio arrivals 01 wool .to-day amount to 206,000 bales ? the next colonial wool sales aro expected to show a decline. Leave to appeal has been granted in tlm Monnt and Morris case. The com market is firm ; home deliveries are small, and foreign arrivals inconsiderable ; the finer qualities of Adelaide wheat freely fetch 67s. to 69s. per 496 lb. ; Melbourne flour has been sold at 45s. tp 47s. per 290 lb. Ai rivals: Stratlidon, from Mauritius; Otago, Fitzroy, and St. Vinceut. London, 20th inst.— A motion by Dr. Kenealy for a new trial in the. case of the Tichborno claimant has been refused. London, 21st inst.— In the House of Lords thcl Archbishop., of Canterbury lias in troduced a bill for enabling tlio episcopal authorities to cheaply and expeditiously re strain clergymen irom muoauiiug practices in connection with church services. - London, 22nd inst.— The coal and iron masters in AY ales havo given notioe to t...

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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 29, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

STOCK REPORT. ; Wednesday, April 29, 1874. ? Settlers arc beginning to prepare for tlio lambing which bids fair to bo the most favor able fever seen in these parts. The appear ances of rain which showed last Thursday, have entirely passed away. W ater and feed are abundant, and fat stock are now largely «n the move, as under: — On the 22nd inst., 2000 fat wethers started from the lion. Wm. Campbell's Willurah station : on the 24th, 1200 fat wethers, from Messrs. Reid and Balcombu's Moonbria station ; 25th, 2010 fat wethers left Mr. T. M'Farland's Nap Nap station ; same day, 2141 fat wethers, from Mr. T. Robertson's Toganmain, and 5000 fat sheep, from Messrs. Synnot & Co.'s Cowl ;Cowl station, will be .it .Hay early next week —all tho above flocks for Victorian markets. Forlonge's 9000 fat sheep (Dawson in ?charge), are approaching Hay for Melbourne. M'Leod's 7500 Queensland wethers must be near Hillston coming this way for Melbourne. ?'2400 store ewes left Bundure recently f...

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MELBOURNE. April 24th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

MELBOURNE. (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) April 24th, 1874. Our general election? are now all, past and gone, and wo are left at liberty to turn our attention to the practical work of law making* and other things of more importance. Wo raised a great cry aboiit Free-trade, and . put the Protectionists to their mottle.; but after all it was like- shaving a pig— more cry than wool — for our great men have been' thrown out. West Melbourne was especially anxious about showing the; colony how they could manage Langton, and elect Sicliel, but they have failed in their little game. The battlo was fought with great earnestness, and all tho old poets were ransacked to tickle the ears of the great unwashed, : but that was all that was done. Sir John O'Shariiissy con descended to cpmo down from the Upper House to represent his patriotic borough of Kilmpre, and send poor Larry Bourke back to his farming. No doubt tho great O thought that if he only lifted his finger' and pointed towards tho head...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 22ND APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, 22nd April. Fat Cdft le. — -9 GO head was the supply for the week, the quality 'of which was above the average, mostly good to prime ; and although tho attendance was. good, prices .? declined 7s. 6d. to 10s. per head ; no Riverine mcjb sold this week. ? . Fat Sheep.-— \ 5,600 vrerpi'peiincd, quality fair to good, prices receded frilly 2s. per head. The following wore from . Riverina -3,50.0. wethfers and owes, Gayer and Cwwef Tiai-ri, lus'/for jrctbers; 10s. eves ; 1,498 'wethers, Officer Bros., Murray Downs, 'at 15s. . Store Stock. — Great animation in this mar ket for fattening and breeding sheep, north of tho Murray, and the following have been sold there :— 2,100 wethers, Bowen and Macalis ter's, Wagga. at 9s per head ; 3,000 wethers, no place- named, at 8s. 6d. ; 6,000 ewes in lamb, and 7,400 wethers, sold by various agents ; also 600 bullocks, at Wagga, no price to either. Messrs. Hastings Cuningiiam & Co. re port, Melbourne/ 22nd Ap...

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SYDNEY. April 24th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

SYDNEY. (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ? April ,24th, 1874. lho presence of H.M.S. Challenger in Port Jackson is just now a subject of much interest. This man of war, under tho com mand .of Captain Nares, has been for several months past engaged in a scientific explora tion of the deep sea, taking part in that great work tp which , tlio labours .of Agassiz have given a strong impulse, and which promises before long to ijaakc the structure and inhabi tants of the plains arid villages of the ocean's bed as familiar to tho scientific portion ef mankind/as those of the drv liind. After spending somo time in deep sea soundings and dredgings off the coast of Portugal and on the other side of the Atlantic near Brazil, the Challenger came round to tho ^ Capo to Kerguclen's land, and thence to Port Phillip. She entered 'Port Jackson on the 6th April, and is how in the- Fitzroy dry. dock under going a regular overhaul. Captain Nares very courteously welcomes those whom an in terest in, scienti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

Notice. - . The present number introduces our .THIRD, QUARTER. ' We have to return thanks 'for the liberal vianncr in which we have been supported from the first, and feel, proud of the growing favour shoivn by all classes to-. wards the RIVERINE GRAZIER. ' Our determination is to keep the journal moderate in tone, and to give to both readers and adver tisers the most and best we can for -, their money. THE RIYERINE GRAZIER. Tros Tyrius-ve mihi nullo dis'crimine ag.etur WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1874.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

TMPOUNDED at Hay. 23rd April, 1874, X from Howlong, by William Rudd, Esq, Dark brown or black draught horse, collar marked, tan muzzle like YY, blotched and conjoined near shoulder, like JJ near thigh, aged, 15-^ hands, 18s. lid. Chestnut Mare, like A (the second A writing), blotchcd off shoulder, 5 years, 14£ hands, 18s. lid. ' ? Bay horse foal at foot, no visible brand, 18s. lid. '? Black or brown filly, star, like JH con joined, 3 yrs., 15 hands, 18s. lid. If not released will bo sold at this P.ound, at noon, on the first Thursday, fourteen days after publication in the Government Gazette; GEORGE BUTTERWORTH, ?- ? Poundkeeper. Monthly Sale at Hay. SALE OF THOROUGHBRED STOCK. GEORGE BUTTERWORTHhas received instructions, from Mr. Franklin, as Agent for Mr. Purtell, of Albury, to sell by auction, at Mr. COX'S Yards, on TUES DAY, 5th May, at 10 o'clock SHARP. ONE BAY COLT, FP off shoulder, by Snowden, out of' Grace Darling, Grace Darling by Dolo, grand dam by imported Delepra. CHESTN...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 April 1874

Tiie general elections in Victoria have given an impetus to the struggle of our neighbours for free-trade, although the question was not put before the various constituencies in that light. It cannot be,said that the defeat of Sir John O'Shannassy at Kilmore was in jurious to free-trade' in Victoria, for he was' defeated more on the ground of., personal , un popularity than on policy. The change .from ultra-democracy to republicanism - and eventually to high toryism which has fn'aVljed' the political career of Sir John O'Shannassy has not -raised- him inuthe^pod-opinionsof many .of his earlier friends, and formed v the great cause of his late defeat. It is ' 'very questionable if he shall ever outlive' the de feat he has suffered in an electorate in which he thought he had a prescriptive right. ? The Ministry have lost nothing by the elections, and may congratulate themselves that their policy of reforming the Council lias been -,enr dorsed by the country. W c may look out for break...

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