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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874
Messrs.''- Hastings' Conningiiam- &.Co., report, Melbourne, 29th April, 1874. — Wool. — We have disposed of nearly all the lots massed in on owners' account, at our sale on Friday last, and obtained satisfactory /prices. Thero is a demand ;for all descriptions -at full rates. Sheepskins. — The sales hold at onr stores during the past week wore well, attended by buyers, .'and1 competition' - was well ; maintained. We'Jnote, ? however, tliat quotations lire scarcely so high on account of the quality of skins not being so good as of late. Butchers green skins sold, at from 4s. to Gs. ; pelts from 2s. to 4s. : dry ? station skins from Gd. to -8d. - per ,1b. and superior conditioned, long woo.lled, lip'tp 9d. per. lb. Hides. — The local tanners. take all offering at firm prices, especially, for green hides'. We report ^decline in value of salted hides, which have been somewhat neglected by our buyers. Green ox-hides brought from. 25s. to. 30s. cow hides from 15s. to 20s. ; calf s...
SYDNEY. May 1st, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874
? SYDNEY. ( FllOM OUR OWN CORTlEBPONDENT.l ; May lst/'lST'i. May-flay 'has' dawned 'tpon ? ur with wel como aspect,,. rSo late , as ^.e^terd^ ^e.ning tlie squally '-woather-'r-wbidu-'seem's' tb-BOifie of us, in our moods of ^lisqoiit.eni^ to.bav9.1astod all tho timo fronvOhristmas^Tras ^till.iover lianging the cityj and daslifng-'winti'y slithvers at tho windows. r To-day all is. smiling as a sweet Mty.;m6fn.'ini]?nglandr;'- anrddho^3^vhd remember- tlio Mav-pole —are—' telling — tnciu children of tho hawthorns-celebrations with which the month was wont to bo'rW-elcomed. To-day is a good omen for tlie volunteer en campment, for 'after so'long a ^continuance, of rainy weatficr we are 'encouraged to promise ourselves three weeks' fine weather, notwith standing' tlie sober lessonsiof meteorological;: statistics, 'which waTii^us,^ that they' proba-.; bilities' ard''always in favour of a continuance of th-i 'sam'e weather - tliat '/hasr ;bee'n' ex perienced' for a m'ohth''or niore' 'past;...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 5TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 5t1I May. Fat Cattle , — 1323 forward ; . the market opened at about 10s. reduction, but towards the close rallied to nearly last week's quota tions. Tho sales, of Riverine stock were: — . 143 'head, Mr 'Waitt's, from Albury, avera ging £9 9s lOd ; 42 bullocks, 'from the Murray, averaging £10. Fat Sheep. — 13,250 penned for the week, a larger proportion than usual wero prime. Prices fell fully Is. Gd. per head, and two large flocks from Riverina were turned out unsold. The sales of Riverine sheep wero — 000 from near Albury to 14s. ; 2,080, Messrs. A. Robertson and Brothers, from Yarrabce, at 10s. Gd. and 15s. A portion of tlie flocks from Willurah and Iverarbury were ' sold, price not stated. Deniliquin. — Our correspondent writes, May 7th : — Crossed — April 30, 4,400 sheep, Hammond's ; 2000 sheep, Loarmontli's. May 2, 2, GOO sheep, James Tyson's ; May 4th, 2,000 -slieep, M'Farland's ; May 5th. 2,200 sheep, Robertson's.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874
MARRIAGE. Cantwell — O'Donn'eli. — -On 4th May, at . Hay, by Rev. W. Weston, Robert John, third son of the late John McNamarra Cantwell. of Dublin, Ireland, to Ellen, third daughter of the late Francis O'Doniiell, of Clare, Ireland. : ? ' . .. . THE BIVEKINE GEAZIER. WITH SUPPLEMENT. Tros Tyrius-vc mihi nnllo discrimine agetiir WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1874.
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 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 Wagga, Narandera, and Syduey (via Wagga). Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Dc ? niliquin, and Wanganella Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga W agga Naran dera, and Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, Waugauella 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 — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan-; ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednessday — 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, W anganella 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, mid ? Sydney (via Wagga) ; Box closes ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874
Hay Jockey Club Annual Races. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY . _ ? '7th anil 8th. Patron '. ' J. J. PHELPS, M.L.A. President : . ' ? THOMAS D'ARCHY. Vice-President: ' EVAN EVANS. Steivards : - Messrs. R. EDGAR ?' John keighran II. B. WELSH . G. C. LOUGHNAN ' F.W. REED N. E. EVANS J. MoG'AW WM. LANG WM. McEVOY. . Judge : TIIOS. McFARLAND. ? '? .??????? Starter : EVAN EVANS.' Clerk of the Course : . GEORGE DONOHOE. FIRST DAY, * THURSDAY, 7ru of MAY. To start at. 1 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE, of 40 sovs., added to a sweep; of 2 sots.- For all liorses that have not won an advertised prize, exceeding 20 sovs.!, at time of entry. Weight for ago. One and a half miles. Entrance open. To start at 1.-15 p.m. PRINCE OF WALES' STAKES, of .25 sovs. Weight for age. The winner to bo 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, 2llbs. Any surplus to go to the funds of the Club. 1£ miles. To start at 3 p.m. HAY JOCKE...
DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 6 May 1874
DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay — Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 81st July. _ . .. , ? Deniliquin— Friday, 27th February ; Fri- . day, 24tl\ July ; Saturday, 19 th December. Wagga Wagga— Saturday, 7th February Saturday, 4th July ;. Friday, ^7 th November. Albury — Monday, 16th February ; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December. Corowa — Saturday, 2 1st February j Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th, December. Wentworth— Saturday, 21st March ; Saturday, 15tli August. Bourke — Thursday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th .November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS FOR 1874, ' Hay — Thursday, 5.tl\ March ; Thursday, 30th July. Deniliquin— Thursday, 2fith February ; Thursday, 23rd July ; Friday, 18th De cember. : Wagga Wagga— .Thursday, 5th February; Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, ?6th No vember. Albury — ^Friday, 13th February ; Friday, ! 10th July j Fridayl4th December. . AVentwoxth— Friday, 20th Jlareh ; Friday, 14tli August. - Bourke — Frida}-, 8th Mny ; Thursday, 5th November.
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. I FItOM T1IE DAILY I'APEUa. ? London, 1st May. — Mr. Ward Hunt'su re presentations,' in moving tho navy estimates, as to the unsatisfactory condition of tlio iron clad fleet occasioned much discussion in the House of Commons ; and the subject ivas again debated yesterday, when Mr. Childors defended the late Administration ; Mr. Hunt nevertheless maintained the views ho had previously expressed, and said that a supple mentary estimate was a necessity, but that a large expenditure was not contemplated. - Tho elections for Wakefield and Stroud have been annulled on petition ; Mr. E. Grocn, a Conservative, had been elected for the for mer, and Messrs. 'W. Stanton and S. S. Dickenson,' Liberals, for tho latter ; new elec tions will bo held in both places. Tun Wool, Sai.es, London, 2nd May. — The wool sales aro marked by considerable languor on tho part of buyers, and 2000 bales have been withdrawn ; tho merchants have ? decided to hold only four series instead of five,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
Mails for England. ENGLISH MAILS aro despatched from Sydney EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY by Mail Contract Steamer via SAN FRAN CISCO. The next Three Mails will leave' on the following' dates, namely, 9th MAY,- 6th JUNE, '4:tk JULY, 1874, arriving in Lon don in 48 days, being 'one , day less than the time occupied via Brindisi under the Im perial contract. Postage on Letters 6d. per half ounce, on Newspapers Id. each. For further information ' as: to rates of Postage, &c., see Postal Guide. .... ; SAUL SAMUEL.' \ General Post Office, , April 21, 1874. A MEETING of the Hay Dramatic arid -Q. Musical Club, will be held at Bran don's Cottage THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock sharp. All Members are requested to attend. ? J. F. PEERS, : 295729; Secretary. Hay Jockey Club. THE - ANNUAL MEETING of this Club . ' wilUbeheld at Tattersall's Hotel, Hay, on THURSDAY evening, the 28th MAY,, at 8.30 p.m., when', the attendance- of mem bers is especially requested/ Business : Election of Committee and Off...
EUROPEAN ITEMS. ADELAIDE, 2nd May. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
EUROPEAN ITEMS. AcIulaide, 2nd May. The R.M.S. Pora arrived at Glenelg at 4 o'clock this morning. The following is the list .of the Pera's passengers: — For Mel bourne. — Mrs Devlin and infant, Rev. J. G. Stobbs, Messrs. H. Thompson, E. W. Severne, W. Warwick, G. C. Levey, J. Hay, J. D. Myers, W. Thacker, Mrs Hamilton Traill, Dr and Mrs Paley, Colonel and Mrs Westropp, Captain R. Evans, Captain F. Osborne, Major and Mrs M'Mahon, Captain Hunter, Captain St. Quintin, Messrs. C. N. Henderson, R. Rutherford,. Blackburn, C. A. Latrobe, Livingstone, Mr and Mrs Lewis, Mrs Bryer. For Sydney. — Messrs. T. Lnarmonth, Johnson, Groves, C. R. Wragge, J. Pearcn, Hon. W. Smart, Mr and Mrs Ronald, Mrs'Duseigncur, Rev. E. C. Stuavt, Mrs and Misses Stuart, Commander F. Hayter, Miss Pearcn and governess, Com mander Gowlland, R.N., Miss Gowlland, J. Robertson. General Sujijiaby. — London 20th March. — Tho free-trade policy of Now South Wales is commented on favorably by the English journals. The Cobdcn...
STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, May 13, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
MB STOCK REPORT. BHP Riverine Grazier Office, I Hr Hav, Slay 13, 1874. ?We had licavv rains on Siiuday night and rMomlay morning. -Thorainwc reported last Wednesday morning appears to . liave 'been general from Sydney to Adelaide, tand as far (n the interior as our exchanges reach. 'Tho i ? i.'-- ? ? „nn IllgUlrO ? ? hang about as if we had more ram to come. We may mention hero, 'as connected with stock matters, that the best dog in'.Scotlaiid arrived in Hay this week.' IV was sent' by tho master of B1 an tyre; as a present to Robert Tully, Esq., of Mermgte. :Mr Walter Tullv, of Illillawa, is taking delivery of Ben duck station, on behalf of Mr Ewin' Mac pherson, who recently bought the samo of ' Messrs Soverne . Bros. Eorlonge's '. 9000 sheep, Dawson in chrrge,, crossed on Thurs day, and the Mossgiel sheep, 4850, Macalister in charge, crossed on Saturday.1 254'1 'ewes left Messrs.- Lamb, 'Kiddle, and Dale's Steam : Plains station, some days ago, sold and de livered to Mr P.* L. Par...
MELBOURNE. May 9th, 1874 [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
MELBOURNE. : ' ? Cfrom our own correspondent.} . ? . . 'May 9th, 1874. The elevation of Wilberforce Stephen -to tho Puisne Judgeship, vacated by Judge Williams through declining strength, has left a vacancy in the representation of St, Kilda in the Legislative Assembly/ For that vacant seat we have four candidates, two of whom are members of the bar, and two aro mer chants or retired gentlemen.' The contest will be a close and warm one, but the issue cannot be doubted except some ' kind friend interpose to, .heal, the differences in ' the Liberal ranks. Three, candidates' holding almost similar opinions cannbt be returned for one seat, and will, only cause disorder in their political camp, and so give their : opponent a' good chance .of winning the contest. One thing, however, may be taken without.making . ariy';facos about it, viz., tha.t any of tho can didates will he a useful .member and an honor to the House.. .... , . Mr. Fraser, the Comttiissioher- of' -Public Worksj having re...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 5TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
Melbourne stock report. .Wednesday, -5th May. Fat Cattle'^— 1323 forward ; tho market opened at about 10s. reduction, but towards the close rallied to nearly last week's quota tions. The sales of Riverine stock were : — 143 head, Mr Waitt's, from Albury, avera ging £9 9s -lOd ; 42 bullocksr from- the Murray, averaging £10. Fat Sheep. — 13,250 penned for tho week, a larger proportion than usual were prime. Prices fell fully Is. 6d. por head, arid' two large flocks from Riverina were .turned out unsold. The sales of Riverine sheep wore — 900 from near 'Albury to '14s.; 2,080, Messrs.* A.' Robertson arid -Brothers, from! Y arrabee, at' 1,03. ? 6d. . and 15s. A portion op the flocks from Willurah and Kerarbury.wero sold, price not stated. ? Messrs. Hastings CusiNGnAM ?& Co.'s report, Melbourne, 6th May. — Wool. — -Dur- ing the week we havs placed by private con tract the balance of lots passed in on owners' accounts at our last' public sale. Fleece fetching up to 18d. per lb. We...
SYDNEY. May 8th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
. SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.} May 8th, 1874. The arrivals of three mails from England almost all at once — two arriving on Monday .in Port Jackson — the Jeddah from Torres' Straits, and the Mongol from San Frnncisco, a few hours after the announcement of the arrival of the Suez mail steamer at Adelaide, have placcd us in possession of a flood of English and European news. It is annoying to us in Sydney that wo cannot derive 1 more advantages friirri these three' postal ' services, oh which many thousands of -pounds are spent every month, and which, coming all together, are no better to us than one efficient service. The closing scenes of, the general election, of the A'shantce War, and of the trial of the Claimant, are all fully described, and the comments of the leading British' journals on these'events are before us. . ? The' surprise of the Liberals at the iss.ucof the elections was immense. . Many are the speculations as to the cause. The' indigna tion of the Nonconfor...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
The Spiritualists of Victoria have lost their great medium, Mr., Foster, who lately left for his native country, America., ; He is the last contribution to Australia which our American cousins have so considerately made us-'; and his sudden departure has left'the laud without any authorized .correspondence with tho land- arid- -spirits- of the mighty dead. How sensible people have allowed themselves to be gulled by -such an imposter as this Mr. Foster 'would be thought a wonder if wo did not bolieVe that: his '.visitors had . all taken leave of their senses before going to liis seances; '» 'No' doubt people will be found who will believe anything if it is only advocated with earnestness, arid addressed to their fears or sympathies ; but the absurdity of sup posing that but one or two ^persons on . this sublunary globe are tho only media ! through which communication wliith spiritland can be held (if- held at all)'is too great for any sane mind to believe. The crucial tests to which ...
By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY. May 12, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
By Eleetric-Telegrapii SYDNEY.: (from OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) : . May 12, 1874. A provisional committee has been formed in Melbourne to form n joint stock company to construct the Deniliquiu and MoiiTua raihvay. ' Station property is in active demaml. A rise of five shilling per head established on fat cattle ; 00 head mixed sold nt .£7 10s. Gd. : 149 head from the Hunter sold at £8 4s. for good bullocks. ? . : ?The glut of slieep is nearly worked olf. Marlcetbrisk. Western lots sold at 16s. l)d. : Vieker's station sheep sold at lis. 8d. New Mining regulations liavo been issued. Tho first election of wardens takes pluce ou tho tliird Monday in June. Every Court of Petty Sessions to be a warden's court, and registrars of district courts are to be mining registrars. Cable Messages.' — London, 0th May. — Copper and tin advanced. ' ? - ? , ;; Wool .\yithout alteration. , NawianbejiA.— Impounded 2-lth April, lied and white bullock (worker'), point of oft' horn sawn oft'. H near rump, HOO...
HAY ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY, FRIDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 13 May 1874
'HAY ANNUAL ^RACES. ?! I FIRST DAY, FRIDAY, MAY 3. The ram descended so heavy on YV ed nesday; before the races that the stewards very wisely postponed them for one day, so Friday became the first day of the racing. About midday a large and re spectable, number of people were 'gathered on the course, although many of the country gentlemen and their families who had en gaged rooms at the various hotels did not put in ' an appearance — kept away by trie heavy state of the roads after the glorious fain of Wednesday. However, the betting element was better represented -this, year than on any previous occasion, and the gambling blacklegs, who usually disfigure tho national sport, were more than sufficiently numerous'. In the way of refreshment, Mr.' Esplin, of (^Tattersall's, had bought the two booths, and had the trade all to himself. Mr. George Wood, the celebrated, cook, had a refresh ment stall and was well patronised, and there were people selling fruit, &c. Mr. Colin W. Si....