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SYDNEY. June 12th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

-- SYDNEY. (from our own correspondent.) June 12th, 1874. lho great political melodrama of tho last weeks is ended. Last night, about half-past eleven, the Legislative Assembly came to a division on the resolution of Mr. Coombes, disapproving of the proposed release of the twenty-four prisoners. The best feature of tlio debate this week has been the speech of Mr. Teece, which was calm, energetic, and statesmanlike. ' It is' gratifying to observe that this young Australian politician acquits himself so well. He argued against the course proposed by the Governor, but without raiicour or extravagance. Mr. Walter H. Cooper was eloquent on tlie other side, for mercy. Mr. John Robertson and Mr. Fos ster spoke with great ability, but not without displaying intense animosity against the Premier. Mr. Allen, Minister of Justice, in replying to Mr. J. Robertson, made the very important admission, which of course was re garded as spoken on behalf of the whole Caninet, that after the expression ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY June 16th, 6.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

By Electric Telegraph (from our own CORRESPONDENT.) ' SYDNEY ' Juno 16th, 6.40 p.m. The Ellora had a rough passage ? to Mel bourne. She had her boats carried away, and sustained damage to her bulwarks, &c. Mr Chirnside, of Werribee Park, has suc ceeded in getting tlireedeerfor the Governor, and shipped them by the Wentwortli., ' Melbourne.— Maize, 5s Id ; wheat (prime) 6s ; oats lower. The following important case is reported by the Geelong Advertiser John Walsh, of Warrnambool, was prosecuted at the Leigh road police-court on 3rd inst., by J. Riley, inspector for tho Geelong district, for taking sheep into the Geelong clean district, con trary to sec. 67 of tho Scab Act of 1870. In June, last year, Walsh took sheep from the neighborhood of Dandenong, and travelled them through this district. It was not till after they had passed into Hexham district that Mr. Riley was aware of the fact. He then communicated with Mr. Inspector Eli gest, of Warrnambool, who intercepted them, ...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

DISTEICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay — Friday, -6th- March ; Friday, 31st July. , . ; ! i . ...' Doniliqiiin— Friday, 27th February ; Frl day, 24th July j Saturday, i 9th December. . /VVagga Wagga — Saturday, 7.th February ; Saturday^ 4th, July. ? Friday, 27th November, Albnry---Monday, lCtb.., February.; Mon day, 13 tlx July:; Monday, 7th December. ,^,.Corowa— Satvii-day, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday,- 12th ? December. . . . Wentworth— Saturday, , 21st ' March ; Satiirdny, .15th August. ... '. Bourke— Thursday, 7 th May ; W ednosday, 4tli November. , COURTS ..OF., QUARTER SESSIONS Hay—Thursday, oth March ;, Thursday, 30th July. , .... .. . . ? Deniliciuin— Thursday, j, 26th r February ; Thursday, 23rd; July ;. Friday,- 18th De cember.; :? I. Wagga .TVftg'ga— Thursday, 5th. February; Thursday, ; 2nd July ; ' Thursday, 26th No vember. ,? : : ,: ].V.:V ? Albury— Friday, 13th February ; Friday, :10th', July ; Friday, 4th Docember. : Wentworth — Friday, 20th .March ; Friday,...

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MELBOURNE. 13th June, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

MELBOURNE. (from our own correspondent.) 13th Juno, 1874. Tlie debate on the Constitution Bill, intro duced by Mr. Francis, 'continues to drag its slow length along. A considerable number of the members have let loose their eloquence, and there has been tho usual amount of per sonalities and acerbities of- feeling on . such occasions. It is to be hoped that the divi sion will take place on Tuesday, when the Ministry will. find themselves in a consider able majority, greater even than their friends supposed when the question was mooted. How the Conneil will, act on the matter is a question more easily asked than answered. . We may look for some bitterness and defiance of tone and language from their honors up stairs, but they will bo obliged to swallow the pill, and be thankful that they are allowed to retain any position as a sopar'ate chamber. - We have a legislator called Longmore, who erst was a Minister of the Crown, and who labours under the fatuous misconception that ho has au...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, June 17, 1874 [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

STOCK REPORT. I Riverine Grazier Offise, Hay, ..Juno. 17, 187-1 .. We had some mild rain a few days ago but tho. weather has again become very . cold and frosty of .-nights. Mr Macdonald, of Kilfcra, last week purchased 200 rams of Mudgec blood, from Messrs, Clark and Mac leay, of K'crarbury, and 2,500 ewes from Mr Baillic, of Benercmbah. 535 store bul locks, iu cliargc of Mr. Ffrencb, aro approach ; ing Hav ; tlioy are in the hands of Mr James Forsyth for sale. 4100 fat sheep left Groongal on 11th inst., for Melbourne. 5o00 fat ewes have started from Messrs. Learinontli's Ter-'| ryaWynia Station for Melbourne, via Booligal ?and Hay. 4000 fat wethers from tho Dar-' 'ling, Messrs. Barton Bros., arc en route to ?Melbourne via Redbank and Hay. The w-167 fat sheep from Merunglo cross at Hay to-day ; also Mr Ogilvie's 400 fat cattle, and amob from Wallaby station near Booligal. Our Balranald correspondent reports, June 8th -6,000 sheep, Messrs. J. & J. ''Phelps, crossed. Hall's p...

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

; ^ WILLIAM. WILLIAMS,, ? Stock, Forwarding', Insurance, and I' C ' G-ENERAL - ; AGEHT.; : V ' : : ; ; ? Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented, THE OLDEST ~ 1 SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. . .'J BEGS to thank his Friends, Customers, and tlie Public generally, for the extensive ; support hp has received during the past six years that he' 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 of tho Squatters and his numerous Cus- - tomers in Hay and the Surrounding District, to his LARGE ASSORTMENT OP I SADDLES, viz. ~ . Ladies' Side Saddles Gents' Best Hogskin Saddles , ' ... Somerset '... Semi ditto ditto . . Gents' Town, Hunting, and Bush ditto RollCantle Saddles Stock Saddles, with hogskin seats and ' Jcneo-pads . ' v ? ' rough and smooth bag leather ditto HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Single and Double B...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 10TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. I AVbonesday, 10th June, Fat Cattle.—- 1453 entered for tho. week, generally good to prime — a reduction of 5s. to 7s 6d took place. Tho sales of Riverino cattle were : — 198 young cattle, Stnugliton Bros., from the Darling, averaging £9 13s 6d; 100 cows and bullocks, Peppin and Sons, from Wanganella, averaging £11 for bul locks, and £10 4s for cows. Fat Sheep. — 12,100 were penned, of these the trade took 9,058 ; country buyers and shippers, 1,000 ; meat companios, 2,042 ; prices in most cases Is advance. Riverine sheep sold: — 4,030 owes and wethers, from the Lachlan ; no price stated; 1500 wethers from the Lachlan ; 3100 wethers, John Bell ? and Co., Merunglo; 521 wethers, Henry Creswick, Liewali. Store Staak, — Young ewes in lamb are worth 10s to lis ; 6 and 8-tootliwctbers 9s to to 10s 6d ; good store bullocks, three to six years, are worth £6 to £6 5s, in Riverina. Messes. Hastings Cuninoiiam & Co. re port, Melbourne, 10th Juno : — Wool. — There...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 17 June 1874

HAY SHIPPING. 'Cnmborooua sailed for S. Australia on 10th instant. ? Riverine arrived lltli, discharged cargo, and returned for Echuca- 15th. Murrdmbidgeo arrived from Echuca on 11th inst., and sailed ud river on 15th. The Pearl arrived from T'ubbo down stream on the 16th, and is now at tho wharf. Tho Rivor Mtirrumbidgee, at Hay, is. 8ft ; at Wagga, on 12th, it was 8ft, and falling.

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

. DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. . . Hay— Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 81st July. ..-?,.,.-?:..:..:..?.... ; Dcniliqiun^-fFriday, 27t1iFobrnary ; Fri- , day, 24th Jitly ; ' Saturday, 19th December: Wagga 'Wagga— Saturday; 7th February ; Saturday, 4th..Tuly ; ;Friday, 27th November. Albury-^-Monday, 16th February ; Mon day, IStli July ? Moiiday-' 7th December: ?Corowa— Saturday, 21st:February; Satur-' day,.18th July ; Saturday, 12th iD'ecember. Wentworth- — Saturday, ?;. 21st 'March; Saturday, 15th,August. -? -X' Bourke-T-Thnreday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th November. ': ??'?? . . ' .????; COURTS ;OF QUARTER. SESSIONS . Hay— Thursday, 5th March ; Thursday; 80th July. . ..- : . ; r, ?_'.?:? : i : :. .Deniliquin— Thursday, ? 26th February ; Thursday, ; 23rd. July ; Friday, il8th Do comber. . : : ? Waggn Wagga— Thursday, 5th February ; Thursday,; 2nd- July ;? Thursday, 2Gth: No vember. ' . : ' . ? : \ Albury— Friday,. 13th February :; Friday, 10th July ; Friday, 4th December. '' ; ..Wontworth— ...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

?'. ''-' ?'?'??'? U-NCiAIMED. LETTEKH. . ? List ofimclilimcdlettera lying at the Qeriei-al ; Post Pifico.'Sydnfy, jlfltli JIny,-1874:— -. : ;; ) ; y , Ship Letters.— Andursqn L, , Hay ;' Atkins iRcKinalil A. Darling River; Balliirityne Mr,Topia Station: Bnrber Clinrlcs, ' Joreldorio ; 'Barnes iQctf, Lako ' Cudgellico ;. Beckett Jfllm, Cdnargo, (2) ; Benson F- G,- DenDiuuin : Bliickbufn' R, Darling Biver : Bootlily W, Menin die ; Boylan P,: E?(], Moama (4); Burk'Jqhn, Darling River; Buttcrfleld lira M, Doniliquin ;: Cain Tiios, Deniliquin ; Cainpbell Peter, Bourke ; OliffD, Albermarle Station; Connell Donald, Condoblih Station; Coatello Chas. Con doblin;' Coteraa A, Hay (2), Coulson Jonntlinn,' Denili quihj Crawford Robert Bourke; Cutly B,Hay-; Cun ningnam Fred, Bourke; DearceyT-, Oxley; Derlmm G, JereldqriD (2); Derlmm G, Jerelderie, (2); Desverg nnd Cogle, Conargo ; Dooley DJ Urana (2) ; Dougliarty , The agent of John Geo, .-Fort ' Bourke, Darling Diver ; Ellis Geo, Bourke; Ellis J...

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LAST DAYS OF THE REV. THOMAS BINNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

LAST DAYS OF ; THE REV. , THOMAS BINNEY. : - The Rev. Dr. Stoughton, preach ing in the King's Weighhouse Chapel, the scene of Mr Binney's ministry for forty years,- on the 8th March last, after giving some ac count of the life and ministerial character of the deceased thus spoke of his last days : — ; Allow me to add that the visits I paid him before the last few days of depression have left beautiful memories. There was in him a childlike simplicity and tenderness, the manifestation of which quite broke one down. He dwelt much on the words, ' When heart and flesh fail, God is the strength of my heart, and my portion for ever' — '- words I believe affectionately urged upon him by our common friend Dr. Raleigh, who justly des cribed them as bringing before us in the trying moments of existence, 'What is worst of all and best of all.' The tears- and responses wnicn /cne strong man, as ne poweu himself, mingled with the short prayer I offered, were be3rond des--: cription. . . ; . For ...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ..'??;?; ? . ? '.-? : AltRIVALS. ' ?': ?-'?'? . ??'? ? Sunday— 11.30 a.ra. From Echuca Dpniliquhl,. Wnu ganella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). Monday — 12 n.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From Bdoligal, Wilcannia, &Ci ' ? Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and 1 ' Sydney (via Wagga) ' ' Wednesday— 11.80 a.m. - From Echuca, Deniliquin, and Wanganella. '.. .:,,..-, ? ?. ? ? . ????.?.. Friday — 0 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Harandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ' ' ' , 11.30 a.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude ? 5p.ni. Bboligal, Wilcannia, and Darling '?'???'??'? DEPAliTUIHJS. . i ???-?? Sunday— 12 a.m. Maude andiBalranald ?' 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannin, and Darling ' Monday— G p;m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wnnganella 7 p.m. . Wngga, Narandera, and Sydney! (via Wagga) Wcdnesday-T-C,p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella, and Sydney (via Deniliquin) ? 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald . . 1p.m. . Booligal, Wilcanuia, Darlinpr, &c. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

is published evei-y Weilneisday, at Hav, Murrumbidgee Rider, N.S.W. ? ? ?' . D SuuscniPTioN \ £1 per annum, or 5s. per quarter, payable in advance. ..:?'?.. - ?. TO ADVERTISERS. ? . The Riverine Grazier is by far the most widely cir culated newspaper in Riverinaj and oilers the greatest advantages to advertisers. 1 CUAKGES POR.ADVEnTISEMEXTS: For one insertion 3d. jer line of space. . For every insertion after the first, 2d. ditto. Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s. fid. each. Specially favorable rates for. standing advertisements, and for suchas are largely displayed, ii-. ?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

MARRIAGE. Molesworth — Matiieson. — On the 10th June, at St. Kilda, by? the Eev. Andrew Cameron, D.D., Robert Arthur Moles worth, of Cowle Cowlo station, Eiveriua, second^son of Mr. Justice Molesworth, to Flora Macdonald, second daughter of John Matheson, general manager of the Bank of Victoria, Melbourne. '

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY June 23rd. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

By Electric Telegraph I FROM OTJB OWN CORRESPONDENT.') SYDNEY Juno 28rd. 7 D.m. The Steamer Flintshire, with the Torres' Straits mails was lost off Cape Cleveland, the crew and passengers wero saved, including Madame Arabella Goddard. The Assembly sat till a quarter past ten o'clock this morning. The Loan Bill was passed, and sent to the Council. An ex traordinary scene ensued in the discussion on . the Electoral Bill. The reporters wero ex cluded shortly after four o'clock. Whether the Electoral Bill be : passed or not, the prorogation of Parliament will tahe place on rpi ? 3 ? . JkXlUlOUUV. ' ? ? In tho Stock market, bullocks, maintained last Thursday's quotations. Sheep have given ?way one shilliug. ? Extensive failures have occurred in England. ? The Turkish ship.i Kais, sank in the Sea of Marmcra, throe hundred and twenty lives wore lost, ;'.???'. ? The Popo has refused a reconciliation with the Italian Government. : Two Sydney, quack doctors are in custody for attempting to pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

Australian . Joint Stock Bank. HAY BRANCH. TvEPOSITS EECEIVED on Current JL/ Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, and all other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. . The Bank ifsujs Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies throughout NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. JAMES MACGEEGOR, . Manager. Bank of New South 'Wales. Capital £1,000,000. Reserve Fund £333,333 6s. Sd. HAY BBAxTOE TvEPOSITS' ' KECEIV.Eb on Current U ? Account, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Eates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits granted, Advances made upon Approved Security, and all other usual BANHN& BUSINESS transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agencies throughout Now South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania...

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MELBOURNE. 20th June, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

MELBOUENE. (FROM OUR OWH CORRESPONDENT.) . - : 20th June, 1874. The great constitutional debate in the Legislative Assembly has at last come to a conclusion, and with it all the pent up clo qunnce of aigreat many candidates for tho ministerial : benches lyis been poured out, Tho Government gained a victory of twenty,, the numbers beings on a' division, forty-eight for and twenty-eight against the Norwegian! scheme. As I stated last week, tho num bers have been greater, on . the . Government's side than its warmest friends 'anticipated' when tho'bill ly.as Bbt:|ntroducod. Sir Jas.. M'Culloch must feel that his prestige is not Tho knight seems to bo rather on tho wane thari'othprwiso.v; A. second attack was mado by Sir Jarhes 6ri-the Government when Mr.. Langton came down with a roq.uest that the House would grant him 'a trifleipf J- '£605,000' to meet current expenses till he had time, to1 bring a carefully prepared budget. This was characterized as a'dangcrous courso to pur sue, and...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

It will be remembered by our readers that when tenders were asked for the erection of the approaches to our new bridge over the Murrumbidgee, a certain Mr. Michael, of Sydney, was the lowest tenderer, and to him the work was committed. This gentleman set out on his journey to Hay to examine the ground for the approaches, and make his ar rangements for erecting tho work her-had so successfully tendered for ; but, as soon as ho got to Echuca,' he wheeled about, and re turned to Sydney ; and, after some months' delay and deliberation, ho threw up the con tract. Itwas-a p;ood thing for the town, and, indeed, for all who will use the bridge, that tho execution of thoso approaches was tplaced in the hands of Mr. Thomas Simp son, a local man ; for he has completed the work in a highly satisfactory manner. Wo will be able, in a few weeks, to publish that the bridge will bo open for traffic. Our friends in Balranald aro not so fortunate with the approaches being made to their crossings. The ...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. (fuom the daily p.vi'Ens.) ? London, 13th June. — Earl Caiv 'narvon has received Consul LayarcTs and Commodore Good ' enough's Fiji report. The House of Lords has discussed the Judica ture Bill introduced by the Lord Chancellor, and rejected an amend ment favoring the appellate juris diction of the Lords. ' In the House of Commons, the Govern ment r actories j-iii mis ueeii re.iu. a second time. The Paris Moni \ leur say that although England is indisposed to grant the extradition ofiHenri Rochefort, England can not refuse an inquiry as to whether British subjects were not concerned, in accordance as laid down at the congress on international law. London,- 13th June.V-The wool sales conclude on Tuesday, 16th inst ; increasing firmness has been shown ? towards the close of the series, -and Port Phillip wools have improved to March prices ; Ade laide and New Zealand greasy - wools share in the recovery, but Sydney washed Fleece is neglected. depress the corn market ...

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BALRANALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 24 June 1874

BALBANALD. (from our own correspondent.) ''', Police Court, June 15. — William Leonard, charged with horse-stealing. Ben Dornal sworn, deposed last year, in conjunction with Mr. Parsons, had the mail contract between Hay and Balranald, the prisoner was mail-, man for the Balranald end of the line. Never authorised prisoner to dispose of the bay horse, now outside the court, which I identi fied as tho property of Parsons. Had some conversation with Leonard, who wanted to exchange the horse with George Garter for another. Shortly after prisoner sent me word by the other mailman, Eyan, that he 1-1 (til UUL u^u iiavu uiiu 11U1O'.'. X).U « Ii}CU JJCU1KU U to get the horse back. Prisoner was funning tho mail for us for three or four months, after I knew of his selling the horse. Parsons knew about a month after I did. Do not know if Parsons' paid off the mailman in full after the contract had expired. Leonard was in our employ till then. P. Young, sworn, said I bought the: horse, now' out...

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