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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL.' : rDY BLEOTItlO TELEGRAPH.'] .' ; Adelaide, . 21st July..— The R.M.S.S. Pera anchored -at ten o'clock this- morning, delivering the mails ? in 33^- days from London. She made ,the passage from' Galle in 17-& days. . Passengers; are as follows : — i For Melbourne — Messrs Tyson, M. P. Wilson, C. N. Stewart, J. M'Cabe, W. Tetley, W. Wraggc, II. G. Plodders, J. Stone, Captain R. M.. Clerk, W. Learirionth,; and three male servants. ! For Sydney — The Rev. Mr Nairn, Mrs Nairn,- Mrs Raff, and four children ; Mr Yeo, .. Mr Wilson, Messrs ' W oodward, - ; ?: Mitchell, Thomas, Dyson, and Dr Young, ; : ' ' GENERAL SUMMARY. ' ' ! I ; 15th.:May.t6 15th June, i The All-England; ; Eleven who yisited Austx-alia have ? ? arrived in England, and have played in several matches. ' Attention ? ' has ; been balled to the quarrels which . took place amongst the: eleven in Aus tralia, and the discussion which has followed is likely to lead to some thorough definition ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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SYDNEY. Friday, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

SYDNEY. (from our own correspondent.) Friday, July 24. On Monday last, tho notorious- Gardiner (alias Christie) left Sydney by steamer for Newcastle, in charge of two detcctives. His arrival at tho last named town was duly chronicled by the newspapers there and ho ?was placed in- the lock-up until a vessel bound for Hong Kong sailed from that port. It is said that his two sisters intended to join him, to go with ' him to England, .and open an hotel there. . It is to be hoped that Aus tralia will' hear no moro of him. If great ac counts should be brought of his prosperity to this colony, it .might be thought in his old haunts that the proceeds of his successful raids at Eugowra, and other places, were after all availablo to make him a rich man. It is a significant fact, that two days ' after Gardiner left Sydney, wo received intelligence by the Home News, on the arrival of the Legislator, that Mr Fish, Secretary of Stato to President Grant, had recommended tlio introduction of a law ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY BRANCH. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on ' Current Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted-, Loans Negotiated, mid all other BACKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. The Bank issues 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 MACGREGOR, Manager. Bank of New South Wales. Capital £1,000,000. Reserve .Fiairr £333,333 6s. 8d. HAY BRANCH, DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Account, Interest allowed an Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits granted, Advances made upon Approved Security, and all other usual BANKIN& BUSINESS transacted. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agencies throughout New 'South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and New...

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RIVERINA PASTORAL SOCIETY. THURSDAY, JULY 23. From the Wagga Express telegram, Jerilderie Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

RIVERINA PASTORAL SOCIETY. ThuitBDAY, July 23. From the Wagga Express telegram. Jerilderie Thursday. Tho Show of the Riverina Pastoral Society, was hold to-day. Although the weather was all that could be desired, the attendance was small, and a falling off was apparent in the number of exhibits in all classes. In slieep there were but 43 exhibits, being a smaller number than ever before shown ; twenty seven less than last year, and two less - than at tho inaugural show of the Socicty held at Corowa in 18C9. There were 21 exhibits of cattle, being three less than last year ; the smallest number ever shown at Jerilderie previously.' being twenty. There were 19 en tries of horses, being 8 less than last year. The prizes were awarded as follows : — ? Section 1 — Merino Sheep. Judges — Messrs Cuminings aiid Skene. Class 1 — Silver medal for the best two rams of any age over 4-tooth — A. N. Gil bert, Warwillah. Silver medal for the se cond best two of this class — Peppin and Sons, Wangane...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

The atrocities committed on natives of the Polynesian Islimds, under cover of engaging them as labourers for a certain termof years, aro fresh in the recollection of our readers. The Mount and Morris case will bo remem bered for the next half centnry, and remain as . an indelible stain on our professions of Christanity, and our claims to bo recognised as the most enlightened and liboral nation on the face of the earth. One can hardly call up the memory of that dreadful case without regretting that the arch-scoundrel, in that tra gedy, should escapo the punishment he so richly deserved, and so fully purchased by his ini quity. The law which was passed to regulato tho Polynesian native labour, as a cons'e qncnce of the atrocities which, were brought to light by the prosecution of tho parties en gaged in that hateful traffic, seems to inter fere with tho legitimate trado of tho persons engaged in the pearl fisheries ; and 'they are about to petition the Home Government to relax the pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

THE'; BEE ' HIVE STORE. NOW the Blow is over, the Reflectors still show a brilliant light on the excellent assortment of all sorts of General Merchandise, which W. L. Smith has made an Enormous Reduction upon, com mencing at the Grocery Department, also, Oilmen's Stores, Iron mongery, and Fancy— not omitting the Manchester— which is exceed ingly well assorted. LINENS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, &c., CARPETS, HEARTH RUGS, and , WOOLENS. MEN'S READY-MADE SUITS, COATS, TIES, &c., TROUSERS, VESTS, HATS, in great variety, Shirts. . ? - WHITE, CRIMEAN, COTTON, FLANNEL UNDERS, And FANCY of all descriptions. HABERDASHERY HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS, SILKS, WINCEYS, And FANCY DRESS STUFFS in enormous quantities. : SHAWLS and MANTLES, a great assortment of the NEWEST PATTERNS AND BEST QUALITY. Boots and Shoes. An endless variety of all sorts of Ladies' Prunella, Kid, Cashmere, and House Boots, also, Carpet, Leather, and Canvas Slippers. Men's Wellingtons, Lace-ups and Bluclier Boots, Le...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Our Melbourne letter not received. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

Oun Melbourne letter not received. MusioirAL. — ihe hitch m the election of an Alderman, to fill the vacant scat at the Council table still continues. Music. — We are glad to. learn . that the musical tastes of the district are largely do-, veloped, and that orders are flowing in upon Mr W, L. Lmitli, the local agent for Messrs Wilkio, Webster and Allen, pianoforte and musical instrument importers. Mr Smith is a thorough musician, and the public are not backward in trusting liitn. Land Sale. — We draw special attention' to the advertisement of the great sale by auction of building lots in the Town of Hay which is to come off at the Masonic Hall at tli tec p.m. on Saturday next. There is no doubt of its being a bona, fide sale, as Mr. Simnson is scllimr the whole of his oronertv in Hay. Mr. Gcorgn Buttcrwortli is the auctioneer, and even if people do not want to buy, his artistic way of putting iip the lots is well worth going to hear. Hay Land Receipts for week ending 23rd inst : — ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

- AimiVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. Sydney, 24th July. — The City of Adelaide arrived from Auckland this morning with tlio Cidifbrnian mails. Tho Cyphrenes arrived at Auckland on the 14th inst., and transhipped licr mails to the City of Adelaide. Tlie following is the passenger list:— Mrs Andrews, Mrs Gleeson, Misses Ballara,' Messrs Andrews, Donkin, Thompson, Bowler, Parbury, Savage, Stokes, Rich mond, Macquarie, Dalton, Jones, Robertson, . Clarke, Wiltsliire; aiid twenty-four in ' the' steerage: - The Macgregor encountered a fearful gale, and had her decks swept: sho waited two days at Kanuavu for the New Zealand mails, and left again on tlio 14th. Tli& Tartar .... +1,„ Tl.r.-r.ililrn TJnnf nnrl i-omniiiKil XTOtll'lllnil for two days j she, however:1 sustained nti damage;. ? i ; Londox, 16th June.-^'fliO'Ascot races. began to-flay,. The Ascot Stqjccs were \v^ by, Coventry. Ten horses. ? ran. Leolinuswon the ^Prihcc ' of 'Wales Stakes,- At lantic second, Lcmnus third. /iOrca...

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, July 23. Present: Wm. Sabine, Esq. (Mayor). [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, , ' iliursday, July 28. Present: Wm. Sabine, Esq. . (Mayor), Aldermen Johns, Lakemnn, and Tartakover. ' Miuutos.of tlio previous meeting wero Tead and confirmed. The following accounts wero passed for payment Bcndigo Advertiser ... £1 19 0 Doniliquin Chroniclo ... ... 18 0 Percy Milno ... ... ... 19 0 Witcombo Bros.. ? 19 6 Stephen Harriden ? ? 15 0 Herdsman (salary to July 15) ... 10 0 0 Clerk (salary to July 4) ' ... 8 6 8 John Eaton ? 5 0 'lhb Clerk reported that rates to tlio amount- of £142 15s 2d had been colleclcd'; ho had experienced no difficulty in collecting tlio rates ; they would be all paid except tho few due by persons whoso addresses wero unknown. Alderman Tartakover moved — ' That the Council take immediato steps for . repairing that 'portion of tho road iii Lachlan-street,' commencing from -tlio termination 'of that part completed by the Government, up to Moppett-stnjet.' Ho thought there was 110 tiso debating on this subject, as tho need of ...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, July 22, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

STOCK REPORT. Itwenne trrazier Oliicc, Hay, July 22, 1874. Tlie weather lias been eoltl tliis week, with tome moderate showers. The flood ill the river Murrumbidgoe is now abating', and the pnnt will possibly bo at work to-morrow, when tlie Tupra slieep will cross. Mr oiiuicniiuu uus&uu uiu jjuiiurciiuuui siiuu[- un Friday in the steamer Murrumbidgee/ Some 8000 store sheep, Mr Forlongo's, Mr Daw son in cliargc, travelling for sale, are in the neighbourhood of Hay on tlie south side. Mr James Forsyth, stock and station agent, reports having' sold, in conjunction with Messrs Wilkinson, Hann, Minehin niul Co (of Hay and Wagga), Mr A. G. Jones's South Morrowie station on the Lachlan, with 8000 ewes, ^ to Messrs Parker and Torn kins, Purchase money about £13,000. Mr For syth has also sold for Messrs T. and S. Learmontli of Groongal, 120 first class Ercildpun rams at £5 5s, and 160 second class at £-1 each. These rams have been shipped on board the , Hay 8. N. Go's steamer Burrabo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

:f; WILLIAM WILLIAMS, ? Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and ;; GENERAL , AGENT. ? : : Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented. THE ^LDEST SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. '?^ILLIAMHEWITSGN BEGS to thank his Friends, Customers,' and the Public generally, for the extensive support ho liaS 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 tlie BEST . QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP. ? . , Wj ;H. further desires; to call tlie attention of the Squatters and his numerous Cus tomers iii'Hav and the Surroundinc District, to his LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES, viz. .? Ladies' Side Saddles : ; ' Gents' Best Hogskin-Saddles : : ' . Somerset _ Semi-ditto ditto ' ^ , Geiits' Town, Hunting, and Bush ditto R9II Cantle Saddles Stbclc, Saddles, with liogskin seats and lcnee-pads ? ' ? : « rough and smooth ? ijag leather ditto HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS . Single and Double Buggy Harness Light...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 22ND JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, 22nd July. Fat Cattle. — -11 GO was the week's supply. Mostly' medium and inferior, prices advanced about 15s per Iieail. . The Riverine sales wero Mrs M'Rab, Cnlpanlin, !)3 bullocks averaging £10 Is 9d ; 191, at Sandhurst, Staughton Bros, Darling, bullocks £10 14s, cows £7 17s; Mr Ogilvio's 350 bullocks, £8 14s Gd, Fat Sheep. — 12,700 forward, principally from Riverina. Meat Company took 1271 ; trade, 10.077 ; 752 turned . out. Demand languid, and prices fell about Is. Riverine sales were — 3,6^7 wethers from Groongal, averaging lGs 6d ; Messrs Phelps' 486 wethers, Kis Gd ; 2,1118 wethers from War breccan, 16s 9J ; Ricketson's 1200 wethers, 15s; 1,017 Bael B:iel wethers, 12s. Store Stock. — But- little doing Un':il after shearing. j Moxokton* iSvxxot's report, Melbourne, 22ud July. — Wool — Small1 lots of scoured ! only coming forward. Prices firm. Skins, Hides and Tallow— -Skins show no altera tion, at 4s to 7s 6d for green, and -l^d to 8d for dr...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

HAY SHIPPING. Burrabogic steamer arrived from Echuca . on Friday, and steamed up river on Sat urday. Riverine arrived from Echuca on Sunday, and returned on Tuesday. Wentworth is hourly expected. Tim-: river Murrumbidgee has fallen 2 feet rince Friday last, and is now 20 feet high. The punt is expected to resnmo plying to morrow. Euiiuca Siiii'I'Ino.— July 24; Pearl an ! barge arrived from llav in ballast. Juiy 22, Alfred and barge left for Hay, with 110 tons cargo and three passengers. July 25— The Corowa is loading for Hay. — Riverine Herald. ?

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 29 July 1874

BIRTH. CLAY.—On the 25th inst., at Hay, Mrs.       Thomas Clay of a son.

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 August 1874

M&tiVict; .co:uhtb ,:',r^aAa^ya£gii^S^ijrda^, jfttfljgbnni&y ; f iBtHr. F6br itary-''; 'J Ston aa^TpiKiyuW^' mondiy;'7tir'I)eceiiibcr.! , j C6ro-wd^Satm'dayj' 2l6t;3?6bniary. Strtur- ? .4afiijL^tK^3j''5!; l^thK']5rc^aiW. ';2fst;'; Miircli ; .„ *^b^ic-^d£^'dd^;7M'Max'y'Wy^'^'dd7, 4tli Novembei-. coxmys ' !of quarter .SEs'slaN s ,v , ; Hay-^Tliur^day, 5tK :]il.arcii Thursday, ,3Qtii ; July.'. ^ ;P-9^{quiii^TlinMa)jfj-'-. 2Gth': Pt-bmilry ?;?- X|iu.rsday, ;' 28^!~ July' j ' 'Erida^ ;iStb' f. De .' - .^agg^'^^J^fturedajr, :5 tiicFebriiSiry ; TliuvsaayV':2nd^-yijiy;^J;.;Tlvur^ , jyomljor. . r! '.' ,, ' .1.!''!; ' , , Vs ' :- :' J'AlburyrTiFrHl-iy- l^'Si!:Pii)&.u'ary '^aTriday, iotl'i . ^fecriiAlSori; V ' .! -''^Friday, :iM;4!ugust:\,'r ' ° .''^'.7 : 07 J^'ourfe&^i^ridayi. S'tli'May ; 1 Thuf i5tli iNpypniber,;; ' . ' ' :i~ °''! J';:, 'Printed': and- published. : by i tlvo. '.''proprietor : .r John -Ahdhew; at tho. Wharf: Sto.re, Hay, ?' Now. South !Wnlpsi; ...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 August 1874

TELEGRAPHIC fLTEMS.-.. , S iL ;! ^ From ijlle dailt papers, r f-\ _ London, 24th July.— The lioiisd of Commons has voted unanimous!)! , ^ anjfitSl rPi0ace|b^op&l|l.a r! ifeDijsr^aiyias 'abland'Qh.dU J-udic^Hj' JjBiiirand , the Land Transfer ' Bill, and alscj ' withdrawn the ohnoxio.us ola,uses ill ^rorogatiori 'of 1 iPSi'liamfeiit . -talses j place on 8th August, j 7 LorpoN,'r r 25th j-Jvuly.— «- (2voun|t; 'fechouvaloA' ' has 'Been ' 'appointed : iP.i\^si^i\-.ai^ba^adg¥-^i.|.1|jOnidoni.^ succession to Baron Brunow.''' Mr; Don'aldvM'Lean, - native minister in NeV ^eala'nd^'ha'S' been appointed aT Knight Commander of the Order, .of S.t.;iMiQha'el/aiid -St^j3'pprge,» and ^jbldnfeli'Wsrd.,' E .E'. . denutv i master .ofi-tji.etmjnt/at .Melbpvu'og^e, ,.aj iCom' panion of.tlxe Ord,er.J3 r.; .^h^cG|rn market is declining in the prospect ^ of a good harvest. y .. ?- ? f I , Ade^aede, ; ; 25th\-' . The- banks ^ 1 - commenced issuing' money orders riinder '£17 anywhere in/the- cpflQn,y...

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DISTRICT COURT FRIDAY, JULY 31. (Before His Honour Judge Francis.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 August 1874

Distiiicf ofmrrr/'' 1 (Bcfqrc-HisVHpnouv, judce Francis/ Iu^gOTijng.tho^cciurt Hisj^oj^or said tlicy : I ;sll mnch;indobted to/Mir Buptnc far* ting :- Buperi.Qrrrpptn^in/; which.j.thpj.A^CT^v, accom- modated. ;iw ;0 . ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 [ '3 3 j . ? ^moPluniiuqU; VyOhar^s.Cpx.-r-jAir action' for slajider,-'; Mr, ..-Raymond -for-plain tiCT, .audi Mr For.bes/.iii^tructed'.by^MrrReed, for de 'VL.fendaut,, . i;;- . -t OWin. Pluiuiaorj Jpiaintiff,,fl,cpoBed:'iif) ,is a ?-:ip.l'.pfcssor ?of;ijiu^ioJiatfHay;;. -,Pi)-the pv.pping of 13th June, he was ;:passing. ,with -.a^ ^.friend/; ??ir -ft^d dropped oi.i^j to. |»nvq A- glass fttjUtJj P/ Cal e-' donian Hotel, plaintiil' said to Mr, -Cox, Good 'flvening;' ' r Mr: Cpx.'/said, ' tloo, .^:^dpiif.t;sp'e(\k-.to mo, youdiad/ df.ii\fis;j:apd did. r ;.Tipt;: pay. , for/ them. - Witncssisaid ,'lt ^oulct not ?'hc.v:iuuch,;A(\s;-1be; tHdI£nbtjemcnib.er'itV ' -D-cfeil d'n ti.t-.tol d .hi w. to go y- ut, an^ctj^®' a 'b — ~ rogue and sconn^roj^l'.ancl^qaped1 ...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 August 1874

XXAY POST OFFIC1J Tl JIE-TABI/E1.' AttnivAL's. -ii; is' iwr . Sunday^ll.80.aira;.. From ^iEchiicfi PiniU^uiiij ..TJCiui- ggnella,' Sydney ,( via IJenUiquin). , . Monday — 12 a.ra. From'Mau(Je, l!rilr;ina!(l:- ' '-. 5 p.ni'.- From Booligal;' Wilcannlnj'&c'.o ' . Tuesdnyr^J a.m.: Tl'rpm, Wifggn Wagga, Rarauderajnnd ?; , Sydney, (vin Wagga) ? Wednesday— 11.30 a.m. From- Echuca,- Deniliquin,' and Wanganclla'.': jj ;r^davr-S R.m. . From Waggsi .Wagga, .Narandera, , and t H.w -1.111. jjuautii, i/Jiuiuuui^ »ruuyauciia .- 3p.m.: Balranaldiand-Mhuao -.-? ? - . ' , 5p.m. :Bpoligal,Ayilcai^nia, arid, Darling , ' V 1 ' BSfcfJtTUB»s'.'-' ?' Kmidiiy-— 1'2 a.m. - Maud,; niicl Bhlranald.' t ?; i'i jtm/.i H.ooIigalii-VVilcaiininj andDarling- -c\ ?''? 11011(1.^—^0 p.ni. . Echuca, JOfinjliquin,. \Vnnganella' ?7 p.nl.- Wagga,' Narandera, ?amrSydneyft-ia-'WagBa) Wdrfnesday— ^6 p.m. ' Echuca, iDbniliquin, , Wanganella, , ; l?,a.in.. Maude, and Balranam ? .1 p'.ra; 'Booligal, WilcantiiSPDarlinRj-'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 August 1874

is published every Wednesday, at, Hay, MurrumliidD-ee lih-er,'jr;S:W.J- ' .' ,, ? . ' : - ? ;SuDsciiirTio'x:: £l-porarinum,:'or5s.-per ;quarter, .. ptiyiible iri advance ; -.- . -V ,, TO ADVERTISERS. : '.' -. ' The 'Jttij&rhib' Grazier is liy ihr the 'most widely 'cir dilKiied ! newspaper , in -Itiyerina.i and oilbrs the greatest ailyautagesto.adyfrtisers. - V .'..CiiAROB8 y.OR Aqvertisembnts T For'one-inserti'oii 3d: iier line oF^lacel' ' '- : - 1 ' - -.-For eyeryiiise'rtion-aiterjlie-.iirst, 2d; ditto.. i ; . ; ; .Births: .Marriages, and Deatlis, 2s., 6d. caeln ? ? . Specially ' fiiyorable fates for standing adve'iitEpnients, nndYo'r sudl^as'iire'Iargely displayed. J :?'- '.s.'a

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 5 August 1874

The District, Court, which closed its sittings on - Monday .evening, was the longest that ever wa9 held in Hay, thero being no fewer than' thirty-five civil cases 'heard 'during its sittings. After the criminal cases had been tried in.the court-house, the court adjourned to the Masonic Hall, which was kindly lent by tho Mayor for the purpose of holding the District Court in; and wo are certahv tho change was- a desirable one, for his honour Judge Francis, and .the couiisel and tho at torneys. engaged in the sev oral. cases * adjudi cated. on. A more wretched- building than tlie ftourt-house ? it would he hard to find, . His .Honor very truely observed tjijit 'gentle^' men expected some comfort 'after. ?travelling several- Jiupdred jniles ovier subli. roaSs' as .Tefid'td' Hay ;iri winter, but it was not to bo fouiid in a building liko tho courthouse.' It' wae, ha said, unfit for, a poultry fancier to use as an aviary for. his fowls.. . . Ho had re-J ported -the stato of tho house to ...

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