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DR. BEKE'S DISCOVERY OF MOUNT SINAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

SDR. BEKE'S DISCOVERY OF MOUNT SINAI. . Dr. Beke lias written a letter to the Times giving a full account of his discovery of the true Mount Sipai, which was a week ago ?reported by telegram. The discovery was mado last month. The mountain which Dr. Beko identifies as tho Sinai of the Penta teuch is Mount Barghir, one of the principal masses of the chain of mountains bounding the valley of the Arabah on tho East,, which are marked on our maps as the mountains of Sliera, but of which the correct designation is tho Mountains of Shafoh : thosn nf Stwm boing a chain extending from that of Shaifeh in a direction from north-west to south-east. Dr. Belce proceeds ; ' My astonishment and gratification may bo'.botter imagined than described when I learnt that this Mount Barghir is' the . same as a mysterious Jebel-o'-Nnir, or . 'Mountain of Light.' of which' I had hoard vnfrrinlv in Egypt 'tis being that whoreonj tho , Almighty spoke with Moses, and which, from its posi tion and other circum...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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SYDNEY. June 5th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

SYDNEY. (from our own correspondent.*) June 5th, 1874. I am afraid the readers ? of the Riverine Grazier: who may b'o supposed to approve to a large extent, the editorial expression of opinion on tho proposed release of prisoners, will bo somewhat annoyed at. 'the repetition week after week of tho outcry against Gar diner alias Christie; But I must write of things as they are, not qs the benevolent editor of tho Grazier and his gentle readers would like them to be. [-And in' Sydney not a day passes, but the word is, Gardiner 1 no thing but Gardiner ; Christie alias Gardiner I If this man is endowed with tho passion for notoriety, he has a good chance of having, his desire gratified. For among the possibilities' of the future history of this year 187-1, are tho overthrrow of a strong Administration1 for not doing their duty by Gardiner/ the recall of of a popular and talented Governor for failing :to exercise due discretion in the case of Gardiner, a general election with all its agi...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. (from TUK imii(y. papers.) ? ? : : London, 30th May. — ?Money is easy, 'with', the hank rate at 3^ pc- cent ;? ft reduction 111 tho rate of discount is expected. At the wool sales prices continno very firm. In tho copper market prices havo given way slightly, tho supplies exceeding tho demand ; Australian is firm at £84 to £86. Arrived : Anglesey and Starof Peace, from Melbourne; Kirkham, Asterope, Helen, Orient, Dunkeld, nnd Arab. An article published in the jxord Deutsche Gazette, declaring that . lJol gium is awakening to tho fact that France would attack' lier in case of a war with Ger many, has been much discussed ; Tho French press scout tlio idea, and affirm' a peaceful policy. Prince Gortschakoff, the Chancellor . of tho Russian Empire, has invited tho several powers to a congress to bo held at Brussels on the question of' international law to be observed during war as affecting tho treat ment of jjrispners. . , , ' . . London, 2nd . Juno. — On Saturday la...

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MELBOURNE. 5th June, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

MELBOURNE. ( FKOJI ODIt OWN COM1EBPONDENT.) 5th June, 1874. Another vacancy has ocurreu in the Coun cil Chamber by tho resignation of Mr. De graves, member for the South Province, and we havo already three Richmonds in the field for the seat thus to he disposed of, viz., Messrs. Taylor, Balfour, and Smith. Two of these gentlemen are inured to Parliamentary life, Mr. Taylor having been a member for tho'South Province some years ago, and re signed for private reasons ; Mr. Balfour also i was a representative of East Bourke in the Lower Chamber, and resigned to visit tho old country. The aspirant to Parliament, Mr. Smith, is manager of the National Bank. All of these* gentlemen are good men and true, and it's the toss up of a halfpenny be tween them. Mr. Taylor is a highly honor able man, and one in whoso hands the rights of his fellow-men of all positions are safe, and certain of being well guarded. Iler Majesty has ruled the British nation ?with more judgment and real tact than any S...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, June 10, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

STOCK REPORT. r , ' llwsrtne (frailer Office, liny, Juno 10, 187-i. Wo avo oxpqrieucnig very cold nights with moderately warm (lavs. Tho'growth of grass in the neighbourhood of Hay has received a check, and in those places that were bared by the grasshoppers, there is, at present, no spring whatever. Wo are informed by a gentleman just returned from the neighbour hood of Bourke, that along tho Bogan river tho various grasses have matured a second crop of seeds this season, including the small seed of the umbrella grass, which gets into the eyes of tho sheep and blinds them. The 5000 Cowl Cowl sheep (Messrs. Synnot's), reported' last week, crossed on Monday. 31 (!7 fat ewes left Messrs. Joint Bell and Co.'s jYterunglc station, on ana msi., lor luciuounio, in charge of John Humphreys. We are re quested to state that tho price given by Mr Palmer for Jillett's sheep, was 9s per head, ilr James Forsyth announces some 750 Er cildotin rams for sale, and Mr John Moo re 400 square-miles of (...

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

WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and GENERAL AGENT. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented. ~~~ THE OLDEST ~ SADDLERY Establiskment in HAY. WILLIAJ^LBEWITSON BEGS to thank his Friends, Customers, and the Public generally, for the extensive ' support he has received during the past six years that he has 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 of the Squatters and his numerous Cus tomers in Hav' and the Surrounding District, to his LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES, viz. Ladies' Side Saddles Gents' Best Hogskin Saddles ' Somerset ' Sani ditto ditto Gents' Town, Hunting, and Bush ditto ?. Roll Cantle Saddles Stoek Saddles, with hogskin seats and * knee-pads « ' rough and smooth , bag leather ditto | HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Single and Double Buggy Harness Light and Heavy Draught ditto Spring Cart and Outrigge...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 3, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 10 June 1874

MElVBOUIiN'E STOCK REPORT. w b d n ns day, Junk, 0, 1874. Fat Cattle. — 1,008 yarded. .Tluiy were mostly pood to prime, the bulk came from Gippslaud. Quotations — £7 10s to £1*2 tis. Prices about 10s per licad over last week. No sales of Riverine cattle reported. Fat Sliecp. — 10/200 penned. This was an cxcossive Snunber, but tho quality being good buyers purchased freely at a reduction of about Is. The supply .was mainly from Riverina, - which sold as follows: — 2000 owes from Cowl Cowl at* 10s ; 2G00 wcthera from the Lachlan at lUs; 2100, Mr. D'Archy's, from'.-.Oxlcy ; 18Q0; Mr. Creswick's, iroin Liewab ; G00- Messrs. Hope and Scott's, from Tooghnbic, price not- given; a- lot tor the executory of Mr. Walter. Clarke, 13s to 15s; 2o50 wethers, Mr. Blackwood's from Hartwood, no price stated; MOO ewes and wethers, Messrs. Learmonth's, from GrtJonynl ; 15)37 ewes from the north. Store &-toc7i* — Young1 ewes in lamb arc wortli 10s to lis; six and ei^ht tooth v/ethers, l)s to 10s...

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

HAY SHIPPrNGr. Alfred sailed up river on Wednesday, 3rd inst., returned on Monday, and left for JEcliuca on Tuesday. Elizabeth arrived from Edition, on Thurs day, and returned on Saturday. Pearl arrived from Echuca on Friday, and sailed up for Tubbo on Tuesday, Tho Cumboroona came down river on Monday, and is now at tlio wharf.

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HAY POST OFFICE TIMETABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. : AR11IVAI»S. ? ? dunaayr--ii.jua.nl. l-rom Echuca Deniliquin, 'Wau- . pnnella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). 1 ' Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. Fi*om Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Ttie^iay — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandcra, and bydney (via Wagga) Wednesday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, DeniliqWn, and Wanganella. . Friday — u a.in. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera. and Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. »Eehuca- Deniliquin j Wanganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Mauae ? 5 p.m. ' Booligal, Wilcannia^ and Darling . ' , DEPARTURES. ' ? Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.ni. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling, Mondays— C p.m. Echuca'. Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. ' Wagga, Narandcin,. and Sydney (via Waffpa} Wednesday— -5 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, .Wanganella, , and Sydney (via Deniliquin) 12 a.m. Mauue and Balranald - 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &c.f r Friday-r-C p.m. Echuca, DenUiquin, Wanganella 7p.m. -Va^ga'Narandcra, and Sydney (via Wagga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

is published every WedAesday, at Hay, Murrumbidgee Rider, . N.S.W.' Subscihptioi-T;:,j01 per annum, or 5s. per quarter, payable in advance. , + TO ADVERTISERS. The-Mivcraic Grazier is by ihr the niost Widely cir culated newspaner in Rivcnna, and oiiers the greatest advantages to advertisers. CUAHGBS FOR AbVERTISBMENTS I For one insertion 3d. perlline of spacei For every insertion auer the first, 2d. ditto. Births. Marriages, and Deaths, 2s. Cd. each. Specially favorable rates for standing advertisements, and lor such as are largely displayed.

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. ? (prom THE DAILY PAPERS.) London, 4th June. — Tho -bank rate has, been reduced to three per cent. London, 5th June.— Tho Oaks— Laimde's.. ch f Apology, by Adventurer— Maridragoiyi Lefcvrc's ch f Miss Tato, by Lord Clifden — Baroness, 2 ; East s b f Lady 'Patricia, '.by by Lord Clifden— Lady Laiigfordj iS. London, 6th June. — At tho wool sales, competition continues extremely vigorous, aud prices are very firm ; altogether 224,000 bales have been sold ; the French demand is large, and home buyers are operating more freely. Obituary— Andrew Lang. The steamship Great Britain sailed from Liver pool for Melbourne on tho 4th inst.' ' Ar rived : Essex, Khandcish, and Lake Leman, from Melbourne ; Hydaspes, ' from Sydney; Cornuvia,- - from Adelaide ; Zealandia, Ccelens, Graham, - M'Causland, Annibon (? Shannon). ' ' ' London, 10th June. — Tho Australian mails for April, via Brindisi, were delivered on the 8tli inst., and those via San Francisco to-day (lOtli inst.) Paris,...

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INOCULATION FOR PLEUROPNEUMONIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

INOCULATION FO R PLE CJRO PNEUMONIA. TO THE EDITOR OP THE RIVERINE QUAJ5IER. ,,Sir,— My attention lias, by Mr. Chief Inspector Bruce, been directed to a paragraph in your issue of.the.Gtli ultimo, exprcssivo of a desire that I should communicato my opinion us to the efficacy of inoculation as a remedy for, or preventive of,- tho ravages of that dire scourge ot our iierds, pleuropnou inonia. In response to this invitation, I may unhesitatingly state that I am most decidedly of opinion that inoculation acts, both (is a remedy and a preventive. As a remedy, to a certain but not very considerable extent ; but as a preventive with groat and almost unfail ing efficacy. .1 am of opinion that the chances of recovery for. a diseased beast aro improved by subjecting tho animal to inoculation, and that uuinfectcd cattle, after Undergoing that operation, may be regarded as almost cer tainly insured against attack, at least, for come years. Theso opinions are the result ' of a rather, too extens...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

Breaicing-ot : War Trophies.— Two Russian guns and carriages, trophies . of the Crimean War,- have: been received at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, haying been returned froixi Colchester, where they have stood as public monuments for about . seventeen years. It has been notified that several other trophies of a similar character have been given up by the local authorities of other towns, and that they are now, on their way to Wool wich, where, they will be broken tip. There, are very few Russian guns , to be seen in the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, and these are generally speaking, only, such as are remarkable for some peculiarity, one, for instance, having a. cannon ball from a British gun lodged in the muzzle and jammed fast. Wheatstone's ? Magnetic ; Clock; —The British Telegraph manufac tory, of London, exhibit one of Wheatstone's elegant 'magnetic clocks, driving six dials simultane ously by magneto-induced currents of electricity. The clock-triain is moved ! by a very heavy weight, ...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. ,-Llst of unclaimed letters lying nt tho General ; Post Oflico, Sydney, 15th May, 1S74:— , ; Ship Letters. — Anderson Ly Hnv ; Atkins ItDKlhald A. Darling Itiver ; Ballantyno Mr, 'fopia Stadon : Barber Charles, Jerelderio; . Bonus , Geo, Lako Cuugelllco; Beckett John, Conargo (2) ; Benson F G; DenUiiiulri; Blackbufn B, -Darling Blvor : Boothly W, Meniti dio ; Boylan P, Esq, Moama ^4) ; Btivk John, Darling River j Butterfleld Mrs M, Deniliquin ; Cain Tlios, Deniliquin ; Campbell Peter, Bourkoj Cliff D, Albermarle Station; Connell Donald, Condoblin Station ; Costelio Chas. Con doblinj Coteraa A, Hay (2), Coulson Jonathan, Denili quin: Crawford Robert Bourke; Ciitly B, Hay; Cun ninglinm Fred, Bourke ; Dearcey—, Oxlcy ; Derham G, Jerelderic (~); Derliam CjJcrclderio, (i) ; Desvcrg aii(l Cogle, Conargo ; Daoley D,.CTrana(2) ; Dougharty, Tho acent of John Geo, Fort Bourke;- Darling itiver ; Eilia Geo, Bourke ; -Ellis Jno Darling River; Enriglit Jns, Menindie; Even Robt,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY~BEM0H. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on -Current Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, and all . other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. - Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agcn oies throughout ? . NEW SOUiH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, ASd NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in tho United Kingdom. JAMES MACGREGOR, ' -. Manager; THE RIVEEINE URAZlEIi. Tros Tyriiis-va mihi nullo discrimine agetur WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1874.

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PARTICULARS APPLICABLE TO MAKING GOOD THE APPROACHES TO GATES ON RUNS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

PARTICULARS APPLICABLE TO ! MAKING GOOD THE APPROACHES ' TO GATES ON RUNS. ? TO TUB EDITOH OF THE RIVEBINE GRAZIER. Slit,— Seeing different opinions on roads ?and road-making, there is scarcely a country but has its natural facilities for its own dis trict-. W e have got the best of timber for making culverts' of bridges across such creeks as are met with in the bush, but no metal to make macadamised roads; I have come to the conclusion that the clays ot this district ore sufficient for road-making if compressed, namely, clay that has about equal propor ?tion of loam and sand ; such clays are met ' all over the district, a very good proof whero the ground does notcrack with the sun. To ' construct a road, say twenty feet broad (not including side drains'), it must be made in ' lengths from one hundred to two or three -hundred yards each; first layer of , earth to be spread the abovo length six inches deep, '?'?' when a heavy roller can bo applied to com press ; two horses would be s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

The snagging operations on the river Mur rumbidgoe have been suspended for a time, and we. sincerely hope, for the interest of all concerned, nevor to be renewed. For of all the pieces of egregious folly of which the Government has been guilty, this snagging as it is called, of the river is the maximum.'' A sum of £*0,000 has been expended on the work, and what have the Government to show for. this largo amount? We make no doubt that iu the, reports furnished there will be shown a great quantity of submerged tim ber drawn from tlie banks to earth, and an equally numerous amount of limbs sawn from trees leaning over the banks, and all these burnciV and buried out of sight — but what earthly good has all this literary picture doiio for the navigation of the river? If wo' ex cept about a dozen or so of branches cut from trees, we venture to say that the bal ance of good is nil. The boats will not ply a day longer'when the water is low than they did before the operations began, nor have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

; How to make a Tall Man Shout. ! --Ask him to lend von five shil lings. '

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

HAY MUNICIPAL' COUNCIL.; I ' Thursday, June 11, 1874, Present: -Win, Sabine, Esq. (Mayor), Aldermen Johns, Lakeman, Simpson, 'and Tartakover; ' '? Minutes of previous meeting read, and after some verbal alteration as to tho absent members objeotitig to what was done by those present, thoy were confirmed. Tho oost of making footpath in Simpson streot was declared at £13. Lotter was read from Murray and Co., the tailors, asking the Council to remove a drain at present too close to their property, and asking leave to erect scaffolding in Lachlan strect whijo their new building was erecting. Granted ; and the drain to bo altered when Laclilan-street is made. ' , The matter of the footpaths in, Lachlan street was again brought up. - Alderman Johns moved that the plans ? be revised with n view' to reducing the cost resolved that tho Council meet to-morrow and revise tho plnns ; and that specifications be made out for footpath in Bank-street. Resolved that the herdsman do the work of Inspe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

NOTICE. Hay Boat Club,' PRELIMINARY MEETING. GENTLEMEN desirous of assisting in the . formation or the above Club are re quested to MEET at KING'S ROYAL HOTEL to-morrow (THURSDAY) even ing at 8 o'clock precisely; 341-34 - THOS. KING. - GRAND ENTERTAINMFNT AT THE . MASONIC HALL, On MONDAY EVENING next, 22nd June COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO MR. FRED and MISS FANNY RICE, . previous to their departure, and posi tively their last appearance in Hay. Under the patronage of HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR, And a number of Influential Inhabitants. On this occasion the Great Combination Company of Actors, Vocalists, Dansueses, and Daring Acrobats ; illso Mr. Montague Murray, Mr. Dan Murray, And several Gentlemen Amateurs. A FIRST-0LASS PROGRAMME IN PREPARATION. . MR. FRED RICE sincerely thanks the Public of Hay for their kind patronage dur ing his stay among them, and sincerely trusts they will give him a BUMPER HOUSE on this his Benefit and Last Appearance. FOR PARTICULARS SEE BILLS. MR. PETER HALBISlf t...

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