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SYDNEY. May 29th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

SYDNEY. (rnoji our own correspondent.) ? May 29th, 1874. The business of the' parliamentary session, like that of a journalist's evening before publication, swells out at the last, disappoint ing all calculation as to the hour of finishing. There is fully another week's work. But both Houses seem to be in a mood to make it as short as they can. The Upper House read the Electoral Bill a sccond time yester day evening, after a short debate. Mr. Samuel made a very practical speech on W edncsday when moving tho second reading, meeting objections, and recommending the various features of the bill more satisfactorily than even his colleague, the Premier, in the other House. . The House adjourned after hearing Mr. Samuel ; and yesterday (Thurs day) evidently came prepared to pass .the bill as easily as possible. Mr. Deas Thomson and Sir Wm. Manning, tli'e men of greatest influence in the House, both laid down the principle that the Assembly was best qualified to deal with the redistributio...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, May 28, 1874. Present: Wm. Sabine, Esq. (Mayor), Aldermen Simpson, Jolins, Lnkcman, Witcombe, and Tartakovcr. The minutes of previous meeting were read, hut before the confirmation of same Alderman Witcombe objected to the remarks of the Mayor about -the non-attendance of Aldermen being re corded, as sucli remarks were informal ; lie (the speaker) had been in attendance on 10th Aprd, but there was no Alderman but himself present; he had come a long dis tance to attend that meeting, as there was important, business to be done, and he would always be present at the Council meetings if possible. There had been no ob jections made lately by absent Aldermen to what was done by those present, and he hoped theMayor'sremarks would^be expunged irom the minutes. Alderman Simpson said he fully intended to be present at last meeting, but did not arrive in Hay till late at night. Aldermntt Johns said he was very unwell and could not attend last meeting. He sugges...

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

A Sweet Title .—The Ceylon Observer suggests tliat ' the Prince of Kandy would be a right royal title to bestow, say on the second son of the Prince of Wales — the little Prince George.' Our can did opinion is that the little Prince himself (born June 3rd, 1865) might prefer to be Prince of Sugar Kandy. Most people have heard of the once famous ' Bow Street Runners,' the ' Robin Redbreasts,' and many middle aged men have seen them. They wore double-breasted red waistcoats, and carried a small painted truncheon, with a gilt crown at the head of it. The men were considered to be all eyes and ears, all scent and all feet ; and it . was thought to be difficult to sneeze in any part of London or the suburbs without the time and plate coming to the ears of a redbreast. : A Singular Infirmity. — A curi ous phenomenon is now existing in Paris. Dr. Tenting received on Monday the visit of a singular client, being a young girl of 18, named Marie Verdun, living with her mother in the Rue du Col...

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HILLSTON RACES. MAY 25TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

IIILLSTON BACES. May 25th, 1874. Maiden Plate — W. Caldwell's Fly, 1 ; Mr Lee's Green Wattle, 2. Hillston Handicap— Mr Caldwell's Whit tington, 1 ; Mr Dodds' East Lynne, 2. Hurdle Race— Mr Keighran's Commis siouor, 1 ; Mr Morant's Eclipse, 2. Publicans' Purse — Mr Mor, ant's Over lander, 1 ; Mr Searvilld's Nimbo, 2. Consolation Stakes — Mr Keighran's Little aDick, 1 ; Mr Searville's My Dream, 2. Hack Race — Mr Clark's Dan O'Coniiell 1; Mr. Forrest's Slow Tom, 2. , 26th May. ? , Flying Handicap — Mr Caldwell's Whit tington ; Mr Do(lds' East Lynne.

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OPEN COLUMN. DOGS AND LIARS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

OPEN COLUMN. . . DOGS AND LIARS. ' TO THE EDITOR OF TUE RIVERINE GRAZIER. Sill, — Remberlng Judge Forbes ruling, In a recent case when tlio question of privilege was argued .that any thing said or done in open court was subject to lair and open comment, and was therefore privileged. I intend to avail myself of that privilegej and make a few rem arks, upon the most unusual proceedings that X ever witnessed in a police court during the whole of my twenty-seven years experience in the , Australian colonics. Being a ratepayer, and considering myself excessively taxed, I, together with others similarly situated, appealed to tho police court lor redress of our grievances. The cases came on for hearing before J. E. Pearce, Esq., P.M. J udge of our surprise when we found ono of the Alder men (Mr Lakeman) defending what I consider an unfair system of assessment. Now this, I believe, is contrary to , all usage. I have reason to believe that no person is allowed to practice in a Police Court, ...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay — Friday, Gth March.; Friday, Slat July; ;' .'- ? ? ' ^^ Dciiiliquin— .Friday,; 27th February ;. Fri day,: 2.4th , J iily ; Saturday,' 1 3'th Deceinbar. ' W agga 'VV agga— i-Satiirday- 7 th February '; , Saturday, jlth J uly ; Friday, STth: November. ? . Albury— Monday, 16th .February ; Moa day, 13th July ; ? Monday, 7tti Deeembw. Corowa-^-f Saturday, 21st; ]Pebniag- 1 Satur day,. :18th; i July,'; Satiirdayj'^ 12th Decembw. WcntTrorth— Saturday,.' 21st March } Saturday, 15th August, i Bourke— Thursday, ? th May W udnotdny, 4th November. COURTS OF , QUARTER SESSIONS ,, ?Hay-^-Thuriday, 5th Marok ; Thuriday. ,30th July. ..... ' Deniliquin— Thuraday,- 26tli February ; 'Thursday,' 23i^: July^,! . Friday, 18th- D« . comber. .. . ^ Wagga Wagga^— Thursday,5th February; ' Thursday, Snd July ; Thuriday, 26th No vember..:. 1 - ,-. i ;; Albur7y-Friday,:13tii I'ebruary ; Friday, lb'th July ;.; Friday, 4th Dec9ftiber.. ?Wentworth-r-Friday, 20th March ; Friday, i4tfi...

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PINE RIDGE RACES. (BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

PINE RIDGE RACES. (by OCR SPECIAL REPORTER.) ? , Theso racos camo off on; Monday, 25th May, and woro crowned with succeps, there were over 20 persons present, including judge, stewards, secretary, treasurer, starter, race-* horso owners, and their jookeys. Tho usual amount of three-card players and underand over men had not assembled, there not being ono there ; this surely must bo Attributed to tlio fact of tho stewards neglecting to adver tiso the races. Maiden Plate, of 7 sovs., l£ miles — Mr. Campbell's Hylander (Hart) 1 ; Mr Brcn nan's Little Belle, 2 -r Mr. Smith's Daisy, 3. Two others also started. ; won easily by three lengths. Pine Ridge Handicap,, of .12'sovsr two miles — Mr Percival's Bay Judy (P.. Kelly) 1 ; Mr Smith's Daisy,. 2 ;, Mr Curtain's Valentine, 3. Two others also started'. Thia was a good race until they reached within s quartor of a milo from tho winning post,, when Kelly, -who had been riding all the way, behind, thought it time to go up, , -called, upon- Ba...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, June 3, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

STObK REPORT. '.Riverine Grazier Office, ; Hay, Juno 3, 1874. The wcatlier lias , been dry during tbo ?week, with cold nights and warm days. Mr. ~ J. Moore^ jun., reports salo of 9,500 of Mr. Thos.: Jillett's store wethers, in connection ?\yitli Hiehird Gibson & Co., to Mr. M. Pal mer of Canoon, at tho highest price of tlio season, and. has soveral lots- of rams and store sheep for sale. Mr. James Forsyth advertises several fresh lots of rams for sale. 3,500 fat sheep from Iilillawa, and 220 cattle from Walfrears, crossed at Hav for Melbourne May 27tb. Tho Bcnerembah fat sheep (3000) crossed for Melbourne on 1st inst. 5,000 fat ewes havo left Messrs. Synnot & ' Co.'s, Cowl Cowl station, for Melbourne, and will cross at Hay about 8tli inst. 5000 mixed sheep, Mr. John Mnrsden's, from Carcoar, are in tho neighbourhood of Hill ston. Our Maude correspondent writes, May 28th Crossed hero on the 25tli May: — 3,800 fat sheep (Mr. James Tyson's) from Tiipra, for tho Melboumo ...

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

j ; WILLIAMS, ; | : ^topk,;i Forwarding, Insurance, and : ; GENERAL . AGENT. : ? Station Supplies of every description on Sale or' indented. THE OLDEST SADDLERY Establislimeiit in HAY. : : ? BEGS to thank tiis Friends, Customers; and the Public generally,- 'for the extensive support ho lias received during the past six years that lie lias been in Business in Hay, and he 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 toiners in Hay: and the- Surrounding , Distric SADDLES, viz. : ' Ladies' Side Saddles Gents' Best Hogskin Saddlos Somerset . , Sami ditto ditto Gents' Town, Hunting, and Bush ditto Roll Caiitle Saddles Stock' Saddles, With hogskin seats and ? ; knee-pads ' ' rough and smooth bag leather ditto of the Squatters and ' his numerous Cus t, to his LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 'Single/and Double Buggy Harness Light and Heavy Draught ditto Spring Cart...

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

DIED. TiiriELKELD.— On Saturday, MaySOtli, atliis father's residence, Hay, Robert Walter, eldest son of Mr. William Threlkeld, . builder, aged 39 years. THE RIVEKINE GEAZIEE. Tros Tyrius-ve mild nullo discrimine agetur WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1874.

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 27TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 3 June 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, 27th May. Fat Cattle. — 1100 were yarded, nuil nil sold, quality mostly good, competition slack, wliich caused a decline of from Ids. to 15s. per head ; no Riverine cattle were forward. Fat Sheep.— The number, 14,900, was in excess of trade requirements, the result being a further reduction in priccs of about Is per head, quality mostly fair to good. Trade took 11.400; country. {W00; turned' out unsold, 500 ; total, 14,900.' The following 'were from Riverina: — 2573 wethers, Robertson, Yarrabce, no price stated ; 2500 ewes, 'Synnot, Cowl Cowl, atlOs. Od. ; 1000 wethers, station not named, at 13s. Od. ; 2500 wethers, Hope anu Scott, Toojrimbic, and 2500 M'Leny, Kerarbury. Store Sheep . — There is still an active demand for young ewea and wethurft. Station . — Wc arc advised of a large sheep property having changed hands on the Darling. Particulars not advised. Messrs. Hastings Ciwis'Qiiam & Co. report, 27th May '.—Wool. — Wc have received se...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. . ARRIVALS. Sunday— 11.30 n.m. From Echuca Deniliquin, Wau ganella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Dalr.mald. 5 p.m. From Poolignl, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday— 5 a.m. From Wagga Wgffa, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 n.m. From Echuca, Deniliquin, and : Wanganella.. ?: ' ' . Friday — 0 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and j , Sydney (via WaggaV r ' ; 11.80 him; Echuca, Deniliquin, 'Wanganella ; 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude - 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling ' DEPARTURES^. r Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude nnd Balranald ; 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling ' Monday— 0 p.m. Echuca, Deuilinnin, Wanganella : 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagca) Wednesday — 0 p.m. .Echuca, Deniliquin, Wimiranella, ' niuVRwlnm T-i-nSlSn-ii-.S 12 n. in. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling,»&c. Friday-^} p.m. .Echuca, Dendiquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. WnjrgUj Narandera, nnd Sydney (via Wngga) Box cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

litem is published every Wednesday, at Hay, MurrumWdgee It icier, N.S.W. Subsciiiption : £1 per annum, or us. per quarter, payable in advance. . -TO ADVERTISERS. ' The Jiivcrine Grazier is by ihr the most widely cir culated newspaper in Riverina, and oilers the greatest advantages to advertisers. Charges fob Advertisements : . For one insertion 3d. per line oi' space. Fur every insertion after tho first, 2d. ditto; Birtlis, Marriages, and Deatlis, 2s. Od. each. ^ Specially favorable rates for standing advertisements, and for such as arc largely displayed. i

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DRUNK!! AN ODE FOR ENGLISHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

? ? . ., |M . H y DRU^KII; . ;? 1 .'?????. An Ode for EnolJshmen. h Takc liim up giiigerly, tho prostrate sot ! 1 Faugh ( What of foulness lurks in ditch 'or stye i That is not here ?. Como not too nigh, ' 1 Cloan citizen. — Behold liim !— What a blot | On God's creation ! 1 Not the unclean creatures E That wallowed in earth's early slime' . B Wero loathsome as this thing with what'somctimo I Were human features I ! 1 Great God 1 this was a Man !— And now it seems H Folly to drag him from his home, tlio gutter. Of mere humanity's humblest'light what gleams H Shine from those vacant eyes ?. 'What fall more \it tor® Could well bo his, if, as in Orient dreams, h Down the long Celestial track hi? soul ? ? Should grovel worm-wards ? Hp lias reached the Goal H Drunk ! ! . ? Surely tho mcanest fiend inliell had shrunk B From brotherhood with this foul, drowsy mass I Of sodden flesh and rags, that yet will pass I For Man ! Man ! and his loathsomo lips can frame I But incoherent oaths, his h...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. ? Hay— Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 31st July. . . : deniliquin — Friday, 27tli February ; Fri day, 24th July ; Saturday, 1.9th' December, i Wagga Wagga— S a turd ay, 7th February ; Saturday, 4th July:; Friday, 27th November., Albury— Monday, 1 6th February ; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December.. Corowa— Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th December. AV entwortli-— Saturday, 21st March j SaWday, 15th August. ^ ; : j Bourlce— Thursday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th November: ?COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS ?. Hay— Thursday,: 5th March ; Thursday, 30th. July. ? ?: . ' Deniliquin— Thursday, 26th: February ; Thursday, 23rd -July ; Friday, 18th De cember..: ' ; .Wagga Wagga— Thursday, 5 th February j Thursday, 2nd 'July ; Thursday, 26th No vember. 'Albury— Friday, 13th February ; Friday, 10th July ; Friday,' 4th Decembov; ' ; Wentworth — Friday, 20 th March ; Friday, 14th August. Bourlcc — Friday, 8th Slay ; Thursday, 5th November.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

There is some likelihood of tho-. railway between Dcniiiqnin and Moama being made if the directory and the shareholders do not. make a mess of it by over anx iety and by grasping at too much. There can be no question raised as to the advisability of having a speedier mode of conveyance for goods and passengers between Melbourne and lliverina than wc.have at present ; but if the promoters of this line imiicine that. they will be able to push it on to Ilay and hence to Wilcannia and the Darling, they are reckoning without 'their host. If they had' been content -to place the Deuiliquin and Moama line in tho market on its own merits, and not have attempted to lead the public to believe that its continuation through Hay to the Darling was only a work of a brief time and a little money, they would have acted wisely, but by holding out to the public that their lino would soon find its terminus at Wilcannia, and so would command all the trade between it and Melbourne, they have raised hopes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

AGAIN!; NEW GOODS. &i«! AT ' THE OLD IRON STORE. J.RP.'s New Purchases WE opened yesterday, ELEVEN PACKAGES OF DRAPERY, consisting of LADIES' UNDER LINEN, STRAW AND FELT HATS untrimmed, BLANKETS (isn't it cold), CARPETS, and GENTLEMEN'S WINTER CLOTHING, MADE TO ORDER. By Riverine steamer, to arrive next Wednesday, we sliall receive TWO THOUSAND POUNDS Worth, of Merchandise, — Lots of Drapery. Our Stock will then be rej^lete in every Brancli, and marked to sell' at such LOW PRICES, that those ' We-buy-for-Cash,' Storekeepers. (You know — Gammon ! ! ) 'will appear so absurdly high in pi'ice that you 'will continue to make ALL your purchases at the OLD IRON STORE. It belongs^to Pollard & Saunders. June 2nd, 1874. , I say MICK, — Where did you buy the Coat ? . Why, at POLLARD & SAUNDERS', they've got scores of them, all sorts and sizes — you go. Auction Bale. TAMES FOESYTH will sell by auction, J on SATUKBDAY.' JUNE , 13tii, At 2 p.m. punctually, At'his Lower 'Wh...

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

presentation: j\In. James MACGhEGon, of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Hay, gave a supper to a number of friends 'and influential townsmen, on the occasion of Messrs. II. arid C. David son leaving the bank under his management, to go into possession' of 'a. station.5 purchased for them by their- father.' About thirty gen lerrien sat down at the Caledonian Hotel, , to one of those elegant repasts which Host Cox knows so well hbw to get up — w'hilch. charm tne eye, and ueiigut tno palate oitnetavourea guests. We need not say theliquors w-?re excel lent ; we believe if one wanted inferior drink ho could not get it at the . Caledonian..' Mr. -Cox sccms'to take a special pride in keeping first-ri-ate tipple. -A now- feature was- notice able in the table decoration— tlio display 'of some of those artistic flowers we referred to a fow weeks ago, as having. been brought up by Mr. W. L. Smith, planted in whijto sand, in .pretty. red pots on green plates.; they looked ?as natural as life. ....

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS, [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

UNCLAIMED LETTERS, List of unclaimed lettcra lying nt the General Post Office, Sydney, loth April, 1874 : — Ship Letters. — Allen & Hancock, Lachlan district ; AJIman & Murray, Lnchlnn district; Anderson Jas J, Esq; Bourke; Andrews Louis Esq, Moulamcin; AspinnU 3Ir S A H, LaclilatfVlistrict; Baker'Bros, Na randera; Barber Samuel, Lachlan district; Barnett Walter Wagga; Barry Laurence, Lachlan district; Bcrgmier H, Bourke ; Biclcford Nicholas, Moolpan ; Bourke Hicliard, Urana; Boylan P Esq, Moaraa (4); Brice Jno, Hay; Bryant F, Deuiliquin ; Bucklcy Jno, Bourke; Carroll Bernard, Jereeldcrie ; Chuptal David, Darling river ;Cornish E B, Lachlan district; Cox Jas, Cannonbar; Cregan Jno, Euston; Crone Henry, De niliquin; Crozier Wra Esq, Murray driver; Cunnington T S, Hay; Douglas \Vm, Deniliquin; Daviory It, Corowa ; Dawe J R, Cobar Mine; Do Valuoi Alfred, Coroiva ; Dow David Esq, Tocumwall ; Ellson H, Eu ston; Finlayson Graham, Hay: Flaherty C, Darling river; Foden Edmun...

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THE UP-COUNTRY RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

TIIE UP-COUNTRY RACE MEETING. . i A correspondent sends us the following humorous lines :— In a small bit of a town on tlie road to Fobs, '- - Some folks took in their head to! hnVc racing ; ' They collected the. money from shepherds and nob?, Says tliey — this is 'no tinie to be wasting. They called them a iiirotingyaiHl- appointed tliein three . Such stewards ne'er seen in creation bpforej There was Robin and Click, and a .Mr. O'JD, . ? It's truth I'm telling,- not a word more. They advertised then, for to let fcvery one know-, Races to come on tile twenty-fifth day ; What I'm going to tell you, 'ponmy faith tliere'sno blow, When entries would close they never did- say. - : I propose says Robin make it Saturday night, ? ? . ? So it was agreed they would not allow A11 entry past nine o ciocic, tnen come m who might, .They broke through this rule, nobody knows Iiow. Race morning it comes, antl the weights they declare, -East Lynne nine stone scven— a rasciilly 'shiiiiie-^— And when ...

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