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OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany communications that may require verification. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

OPEN COLUMN. Names of the ivriters must accompany com .iimnications that may require verification. TO THE EDITOR OF THE 11IVERIKE ORAZIER. Sin,— I have, witji regret, seen a letter (or something) in your paper, of the 20th instant, signed 'Arabella,' reflecting on the managing stewards of the late races held at Hay.' The reason may be that he was not allowed to be a steward, or even a member . of the Hny Jockey Club; he has shown this to be the case by stating that' some friend of his (in pity I presume) offered him a ticket thnt he might ascend the grand turkey' roost, of which he cackles so much. He next states that be rcluscd the ticket. (Query?) . I think no friend would advise' anything ' so unnatural— (geese do not roost!) The stairs and rope handrail, we' know, were not good'ou the first day; but the two days 'be/ore tho races were so wet, that the contractors had not'suflicient time to pro perly complete thejobbefore tho^firsl race was announced, nudibad to retire after doin...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

: TO THE EDITOn OP THE RIVERINE GltAZIEIl. Sin,— At a meeting called in this town some time back, to arrange for a medical man to live in this place, a suggestion was made by Mr. Chrysfal, of Muliirulu Station' tu establish a cottage hospital under 'the hands of .the medical man who receives the guarantee of £z5l) per annum, iu addition to his own charges, but the com mittee overruled itat the time, and left the Lie. Vac. Phys. Surg. Glas.-toleada lire of enaction. Since then, most neisons liuvu come to the conclusion that it is a pity it imu uui, . ih:l-ii .-*i urraugeu, even at a ntue more cost. Fortunately, it is not yet too late, as the agreement with the gentleman was only for a short time, and the great boon to the hard-working men in 'this district, -who, at present; have to go in most cases, should they require hospital attendance, into Victoria, at a great deal more suticrinjr and expense than they would were the com mittee. to start one in this town. At present, a large su...

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BALRANALD. May 20th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

BALRANALD. .: ? (l'ROJI A COIUIESPOXDNT.) ?? ?.:.'? - ' ' . ? M»y 20th, 1874. Hitherto our lonely hnmlet has been governed by the rule of thumb to an unmerciful extent, and I, as the exposco ot the gubcnmtional personal of this would-be thriving township have, of course, many serious obstacles to contend with, nevertheless let the consequences bo what they may. I am determined to expose the frailties of our rulers, local and fprcign. We have an npproach to the town commenced, and well commenced, hut unfor tunately the contractors have hvon mirkinrr in Uin niMat. of n cloud of darkness— tho inspector being nnn oat. I am iiilbrmed that telegrams requesting instructions have been forwarded day after day, no doubt, to the great in terference of other public business, enquiring the where abouts of this necessary oflicial, still his exact locationis not definitely known. No doubt the contractors (worthy of nil praise) have, nnd will lose a considerable sum through tho non-attendance of th...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. ' ? ? .(.KK0H..X1IE DAILY -PAPERS.-)- ? — London, '15th May. — Tho instructions given to ,the Fiji Special Commission er, Com modore Goodcuough, R. N., and Mr. Consul Layard, by the Earl of Kimberley. the late secretary of state for the colonies, and dated August, 1873, have been presented to Parlia ment ; amongst other matters they state that, if a. tolerable indigenous Government is - possible, it would bo more advantageous, both to Great Britain and to the Fijis, than an assumption by England of ? the heavy responsibilities of Government. The Presi dent of the Republic of Guatemala, Don Rufino Barios, has offered to England every reparation for the outrage inflicted on the. British vice-consul by the commandant; at San Jose. ? ? ? ' ? . London, 16th May. — During tho ' present scries. 108,000 bales have been sold; the competition continues extremely vigorous, and prices are well sustained. : The Emperor of Russia, in replying to the congratulations of tho diplo...

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SYDNEY. May 22nd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

' SYDNEY. ' ? ?'? ? (FROM OUH OWN C&ItRESrONDEXT.) , ..?? ? . May 22nd, 1874. Tlie Electoral Bill lias boon sent up to the' Legislative Council. ? On Wednesday, in. tlie Assembly, a last attempt was 'made by Mr Uarrett ty obtain a recommittal of the bill ; and Mr Nelson delivered another protest against the clause which requires a naturalised subject to be two years in the country after naturalisation, before he can exercise the privileges of elector or representative. This clause is defended on the ground, that by the law of New South Wales the Govern ment may issue letters of naturalisation to an alien immediately on. his landing, while by the law of England an alien must reside five years in the kingdom before he cah.be naturalised ; so that the difference between the colony and tlie mother country is this : — ; here, an alien may be naturalised on tho day he lands — -if the Executive see fit-— and may at once purchase land and become a large freeholder, but he must ivait...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

Hay Jockey Club. mHE ANNUAL MEETING : of this Club X will be held nt Tattersall's Hotel, Hay, 011 THURSDAY evening, the '28th MAY, at 8.80 p.m., when the attendance, -of mem bers is especially req.ues.ted. Business: Election' of Committee and Officers for the ensuing year ;; -receiving Bal lanco-sheet, &c, &c. . , ; ,' . ' : ? ALLEN LAKEM AN,. : W. L. HIGGINS, ? - 293-31 ? . ;:': ' ^''''HonSecs. ;. MASONIC HALL.— A ; ; coflnplimentary Iii Benefit to Mr G. Burgos will be. given, on MONDAY night, 1st June.' 'A .number of well-known Favorites will assist. ' 'Tickets : Front Seats, Ss; ; Back do:- 2s. -1 .300-81 ., Eiverine Coaching- Company, THE .Promoters and' Supporters of the above Company are requested to -Meet ' at the Masonic Hall on SATURDAY, 80th : instaiit, at 4 'p.m., to mature arrangements. ; ' -jas. witcombe;- . ?.:.'. ?:? ? ?''' Secretary pro tem. AT,MR&- MACPHERSON'S Registry Office, Hay, MARRIED' COUPLES want engagement. Cook, Housemaids, Launch-e...

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MELBOURNE. May 23rd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 23rd, 1874. The eighth Parliament of Victoria was opened on Tuesday last, with all the imposing ceremonies which usually attend such an august event. Tho day previous their Honors Judges Barry andMolesworth. acted as Commissioners and swore in the several members. Whether it was from excitement or negligence, or from the fact that a hoax was played on him by some humourous mem bor, it will not be known till the delinquent goes to confession, but certain it is that, for once in his life, Judge Barry made a grand blunder, and soiled his starched neck-tic not a little. He had forgotten his little speech iir the pocket of his every day brooks, and '. just as he was about to open Parliament someone placed in nis hands a printed copy of what had been spoken last Parliament, and ho read on, not knowing what he was saying, and giving notice that His Excel lency would meet the House on 22nd April, at one o'clock, and give his reasons for calling t...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, May 27, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazitt\OtR-}e, -t ? ,:-'' 'Hav, Mnv 2?, 1874:! We have hail fine col;) weather during the week. They are nuuteriiiir for fat sheep on Willawa. iWOO wethers left ISuv.dure on -Jlst insr.-, sold to Glcssun and Go. ; they.' tire travoHiti'j; via Conargo, I1.;A. Langham iu charge.* On tin' ^ird.'OlHH) mixed fatsheep started from Benemn-1 l-ali for Melbourne, Angus Sutherland in charge. OnJ i'ith, Messrs. AVrairso and Tlrarnefs . SKiOO fat sheep; criissocj at liny for Victoria. Mr. Hawsoii lias' returned v.-itli Mr. Jill'ett's sheep. 200 head' of cattle, Mr. S. Taylor's, an; about to leave --'Whcnlbah for the' Merri' Merri Crcik, M.tcquarie river. Jlr. Williams, f took arrent. Hay, has a quantity of rams at Mossgiel fur. sale.' Our Deniliqiiin correspondent reports the following crosrinas: — May Kith, .2350 sheep, Holloway.'s stores from Wa^ga to Tragowell station. Mav' mth, 2,400 sheep, Hope and Scott's ; 2,100 sheep, H. Patterson's : ?l.Oiy. sheep, Symiot's; 2,5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

;-:;WILLI^M: .WILLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and « -i#E^Bi&i AGENT. ; Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented, X JbLiia UJLiJJlbiDl SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. : ;WILLI±IifHE WITSON ?T)EGS to thank his Friends, Customers, and the Public generally, for ? the extensive JD support he has received during the past six years that lie has been in Business in Hay, and lie hopes to secure a continuance of their favour by making Articles of none but the BEST QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP. W. H. further desires to call the attention of the Squatters and his numerous Cus tomers in Hay and the Surrounding District, to his LARGE ASSORTMENT OF RjAiJiJijiua, viz. : — i Ladies' Side Saddles Gents' Best Hogskin Saddles .. . ?'. Somerset ' ? Semi ditto ditto Gents' Town, Hunting, and Bush ditto .: Roll Cantlc Saddles- . Stock Saddles, with hogskin seats and '. \-. knee-pads ' ' '.' rough and smooth ' hag leather ditto ' '?'??'? ; HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Single and D...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

Hi«- Escki.li!nc«: 'Sin -I-lEiicuLEs ' R'otosoN lias made up his mind to rcitiit the balance of, rrr.nk G ardincr's.s.cii tcuce and roleascliim from confinement at tlie end of ten years from .his. coniiiiiiiiioiit; This Te.solulioii' has-' been arrived at after his ? Excellency liad been liestered with memorials and dfiimtation's on tlio subject from the first iliiy'of liis ..assuming tins reins of government till--! thp present moment. Persons of all 'pi'oTessi.ons and i-ocial standing have signed the .memorials, and we cannot see, under ih'e' circumstances, bow (ho (ioventor could do otliMwisc than rfilciiso tli« 'ormvlct. ' ' jSTo Aimbi (TaniiiirVv C'liiuiiiltutl gr'fiit wilrages iniil iichly (k'scvvcil ?punishmentj and it cannot bo questioned that forfeiture of liberty.^or ten yenra ia a lioaVy' inllicti^n. The nniount of pniushmentf' is often determined ;(by tho discretion of ;the .Tuilgo fiassing sentence, undHliere (aro many ittstaiieos\where it .is measured by his caprice', ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, MAY, 20. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 27 May 1874

'MELBOURNE STOCK' .REPORT. ?'? ???-' U'JjrjKK.SDAY. MAY.:£O; 1874. ? . F'lt Cattle— l,m head -penned arid sold. Tlie quality ranged from orinic to. inferior. ? Weather cold and stormy at time of sale tended to depress pric.es, which declined fully 15s. 'per head. ; ,The follo-.vinir eaipfifi-nm JUverina :— lOl'-'buIloeks,: :Warby's', Warrih, averaged £!i Cs. Cd.; IDS. mixell, G\vjTiiiB,; WMiii, nvera'(:d £0 17s, Cd. for bullocks,, and -£7'' lls. Oil. forjeow?.:; :, ,' Fat ?Sheep.— ijJoOO 'to haud,'mo3tly from'gooil to primi;. Prices advanced Ts^ ;pur ?? head for prime; one lot ofQiieartslaiul sheep''. turned out . \uu&ld; ?? ?? -T^CO' irom North Yanco to Vl3.,Ud.; 2,150-vethcr3,ijrom Roiind hill, iio price named. '.'J ' '' . ' ' ' '.. '' '.' , Store ?' Stock.— SWa'ttaaki& ? is 'still -very 'active; nl-' though the demand for breeding ewes, in consequence of the. near approach o,f lambing,, has. fallen off. . BiHIO wethers are reported'as having'beenSold by a Melbourn...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

1IAY POST. OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ? - 1 ABItlVALB. Sunday— 11.30,a.m. From Echuca ncniliquih, Wau ganella, Sydney (-in Deniliquin). Monday — ajti. From Maude, Balrannld. ? 5 p.xn. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. . , , Tuesday— 5 a.m: -From .Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) . ' , - Wedue^dny— 11.30 a.m. From'Echuca, Deniliquin, and Waniranella. , , : , - ' Friday— 0 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, anil Sydney (via Wagga) ' . 11.30 a.m. Echuca, Deniliquinj Wanganellft . 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal,. Wilcannia, and Darling .DKPART.UIlEsI-' ' ' Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balrannld - : i 1p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, aud Darling Monday— (i p.iri. Eclnica, Deuiliquin, AVangancira 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, ' and Sydney (via AVagga) Wednesday — G p.m. licliuca, Deniliquin, Wangauella', and Sydney (via Deniliquin) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, See. Friday— 0 p.m. Eclmcii, Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and Sydne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

is publislicd every Wednesday,- at ftay'- Murrumiidprce Rider, N.S.W. ' , '., ? . ... SunscnirTiOK : £1 per annum, or 5s. per; quarter, payable in advance. ; . : ' TO ^ADVERTISERS. The Rjverine Grazier fejqr ihr.the most, ^widely cir culated newspaper in Riverina, 'and offers the greatest advantages to advertisers.' ; v . ' ClIAltOE8-FOU AdVKHTISEJIEXTS : Tor one insertion 3d. per lino of space. For every insertion after tlie first, 2d. ditto. Births, lilatriages, and Deaths, 2a. Od. eacli.. ?? - ? Specially, favorable rates for standing advertisement-), ' and for sucli a- are largely displayed.

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

UNCLAIMED LETTERS, Lut oruTwlaimwl lottera }yim?;nt the Qoacrar' Post. OiUce» Sv-.luey, Ifith April, 1874 ! Ship Zcttcn':^- AN011& Hancock, Lhctrinn district AIlnnuKSi'Mumiy. Lnchlnn- district; Anderson .Jns ,J, E-*q, Ikmrke; Amlrtjws Louis E?q~'. Mouiiitnolrij' ? AsjHnnU'Mtj.S A II* I.rjclil.m district ;; Baker Bros,) Na- ! random; Eurbcr Samuel, Lachlan district; Bnrnott Walter, AVagga ; Hurry Laurence, Lachlan district ; Borpinicr 11, Itourku ; ? Bickfoyd Nicholas, Moolpnn;.. Bonrke ltichaal, Urnna; -Bovlau P.'Esq, Moama (4); Brico Jno, Hay; Bryant F, Deniliquiu; Buckler J 110, Bourke; Carroll -Boninrd, JereeMuriej ChuptaV 'David,- Darling river jComi^h E B, Lachlan district; Cox Jns, Cannonbrir; Cretan Jno',' Eustou* Cronu ',Hcnrvy De.-1 liiliquiti ; Crw.iet* Wm Esq, Murrav .'river; ' Cunnmgton T S, Hav: Douglas Wiu. Deniliquin; Davierv R. Cormva ; Dawe ,T B, Cobar Mine ; Dc vnluoi Alfred, Corowa: Dow Dnvid R«q, Tocmmvall ; KUson H, Eu Bton; Finlayson Graham, II ay ; Fla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

TMPOUNDED at Hay. 28th May, 1874, X from tlie Hay Common by tho Herdsman. Black horse, collar marked slightly, white spots on back, like I over JL over oo near shoulder, like near thigh, a few white hairs in forehead, nged, 14s 6d. If not released will be sold at tliis Pound, at noon, on the first Thursday, fourteen days after publication in the Government Gazette. GEORGE BUTTERWORTH, Poundkeeper. Masonic Hall. FRIDAY, 5th JUNE, 1874, Mr. Fred 'and Hiss Fanny Eice In their new and Popular Entertainment, entitled STAGE STRUCK SERVANTS. Or, How to keep a Place. NEW SONGS. NEW DANCES. NEW GYMNASTIC FEATS. Admission. — Front seats, 3s ; back, 2s. CAUTION. Pearson v. Sorenson. T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that 'tho JL Land advertised to be sold at Hay on the 24th instant, under an execution in the above matter, is my own private property, and not that of my father against whom the judgment 'was obtained, and that I intend to DISPUTE the validity of such SALE. 282-83 Andrew Sorenson, Hay Jockey C...

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EUROPEAN ITEMS. SYDNEY, 27th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

EUROPEAN ITEMS. ? ' ~ — ? Sydney.- 27tb Mnv The Californian steamship Tartar arrived from San 'Francisco at six'' o'clock'' this morn ing, two .days under contract time ; tho fol lowing is her.passengcr list :— Mr' and r Mrs Vincent, Mr and Mrs Haley, Miss Grainger, Mr and 'Mrs Milne.' -Messrs.- RnflW... Wif-.l-' kitwski, . Haigii, Davis, .M'Grath, . , Kayne, .Verner, Hutchinson, Grcenslade, and Miss Sfowe.' '? ' ' ' i London, 2nd : April. — -The ''Marquis of Downshire is dead. Professor. Goldwin Smith favors Homo Rulo for Ireland, and advocates giving the country legislative .powers -find the administration of local affairs, similarto those of American states. At the annual review of volunteers at Wimbledon, 10,000 men were under arms. Tlie Inter colonial Exhibition at Kensingion has been opened.. The steamer Egypt from New York, reports the abandonment of the French steamer Europe at six o'clock in a sinking condition ; the Egypt brought the officers and crew to Queenstown. It is ...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

TCLEGRAPHIC ITEMS; :' ?: f .? YfrOII TIIK DAILY PAPEn»5^ ' . Loxdox, 21st- May, Henri Roclie fort has ? arrived' ?' at San Fraiicisco ..from -Australia. .i/'ii,.; : London, 22nitM!ty.^— -The agricultural lqcic ~,put inrLiiicolnsliire'lias; been settled, . and th e settlement in otlier, counties is joxpected to ? ..ipiioyr:.. ; Ue iLmporpr.ot liussia .embarks at Gravesend, .to-d'ay.for St.,'P.etersburgli/ .. _ LoN'i)pN,'23rd;;Mny.— Th^Ghilianiauttiori- ties have' releas'ed Captam .Hydc, .Trho ivas ? imprisoned in consequence 6X his, vessel having-, capsized with', a number of Chil ian passengers on bdarij ; the question'of indemnity is pend ing. The competition at the .,-w.ool sales is aiiimated,;and prices show aiiupward tendency. Tlie . death of Sir- Roger Therry is announced. ^Arrived: . Asia; Sobroan and Lord . Warden; . ? from Melb'ou^b;;7EaTnirnat^,:fr6m ' .Sydney; r-Losnox,May-2i5th!—iLR'.:H.,Pfince Arthur ' lias been created -D.uke of GoiiiiaiTglit and Earl of ; Sussex.. ': T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

Crowded Oct. — Our leading matter, poetry by P.B., -&c. Our Melbourne letter did not come to hand this week. Music. — A meeting to form a . musical association is to be held at Mr. W. L. Smith's house next Monday night. Letter List. — A list of letters lying un claimed at Sydney, will be found on our fourth page. The Rice Troupe aro to perform at the Masonic Hall on Friday evening. Hay Hospital, for tho .week ending June 2nd. — Admitted, 1 ; discharged, 3 ; died, 0 ; remaining in hospital, 11. Hay Hospital. — The committee Leg to acknowledge, with many thanks, tho contri bution of three fat sheep from Thomas Baily, Esq., of Benerembah. This is tlio second gift of the kind by that gentleman within a few months. . J. H. -Pollard, by his advertisement, wishes to inform the public that ho has made cheag purchases for his Arm and the benefit of the public. His advertisement, perhaps, will be the best reference. Municipal. — A number of appeals against the assessment for the curre...

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY, June 2nd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

By Electric Telegraph (FROM oun OWN CORRESPONDENT. V SYDNEY. . Juno 2nd, 1874. Cattle market for good quality somewhat firmer. The pure white bullocks from Mr. White's station, Martendale, Hunter river district, averaged £9 5s, others ranged £ 7 , 5s, to. £8 8s. 7d. Ten thousand sheep were yarded ; prices less firm. . Eighty lives have been lost, including the captain, the chief, and Becond, and fourth officers in tho ship British Admiral, which was wrecked off King's Island. A man was stabbed on Sunday night at a public house near Parramatta ; ho died yes ternight. The murderer is in custody. There are seventy-nine entrances for the Melbourne Cup. Saul Samuel, the Postmaster-General, has been created a C.M.G. The London wool market is firm. ? The Pope is recovering from an attack of fever. ? ? . '

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HAY BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

HAY BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY MEETING. A preliminary meeting was . hold pursuant to advertisement in tlio Masonic Hall on Thursday last, 28tli ult. About sixty per sons attended. Mr. Pearce, P.M., -was the chairman, who called upon the promoter, Mr. J. H. Saunders, to , explain tho working of the society to tho meeting. ? Mr. J. H. Saunders said that the want of suitable houses had been felt by many in Hay. Ho is tho latest arrival from Victoria, and in seeking tlio needful house accomoda tion found tliero was nothing of tho kind to be had ; he also found tliijt tho matter of ? a building society had been mooted, and only wanted somo ono who understood tlio work ing of such societies to take it in hand. Ho had 'been, and was now, a member of several in Victoria, and considered that a terminating building society was tho thing most suitablo for tho town of Hay. This would provide funds for such as wore de sirous of building, and afford tho best means of iuvesting small sums at ...

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