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OUR FUNDED DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 19 November 1873

OUR FUNDED DEBT. . ( EllOJI. THE SYDNEY MOUSING IIEIIALD. ). | Among the documents produced by' the Treasurer in the course of his I financial statement is one tliat lias escaped attention from the more immediate interest excited by other matters. It is a statement as'to the public debt and' what , there is to represent it.: ; The ' Treasurer j has been takimr stock of our assets. aud he tells us how we have' spent the money and what we have, to show for it. . ' .The gross amount -of our borrow ing 'since 'we set up in that line lias been very nearly thirteen millions, but then we must deduct the se curities Issued on account of the deficiency debt, some of which hav ing been several times, renewed/are to be finally paid off, and we must also deduct the sums ? borrowed ,t.o renew debentures falling due. When this has been done the per manent debt in October last, was a little over ten millions and, a half. It is worthy of notice that during the twenty years that have elapsed since w...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 19 November 1873

PUBLIC MEETING. ? I 4- mooting convened by tlie Mayor for the purpose of urging the Government to grant a daily m jiil from Deniliquin to Hay was held at Mr, Cqx's Caledonian Hotel, at 3 p.m., on Thursday last. It was attended by tho most influential gentlemen of Hay. ? ? Frank Johns, Esq., Mayor, informed tho gentlemen present that he had convened this meeting on requisition. He believed that the number of the inhabitants and the extent pf the business done here, justified the people in asking for greater postal convenience than we now have. Our letters often lie 24 hours at Deniliquin, which is prejudicial to the in terests of the town, and injurious to business, He considered we were in every way entitled to have a daily mail, and he felt sure that the Government would not refuse our' moderate/ request, more especially as the increased nnnw ber of letters would probably coyer the extra expense to the Government. He then caUtid; upon Mr. James Macgregor, Manager of he Australian J...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 19 November 1873

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. / ' AUIUVALS. Sunday — ll.:-0 a.m. From Echuca, Denili quin, Wanganell, Sydney (yia Deniliquin) Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude and Bal ranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcimnia, &c. Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wiigga^ Wagga, Narandcra, and Sydney (via Wagga) , Wednesday — 1 1.530 a.m.'' l-'rom Kelmca, De niliquhi, and WanganeVia; Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga'Wiigga Naran dcra, and Sydney (via Wigga) 11.30 a.m. ' -Echuca, -Deniliquin, and Wan ganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude ? 5, p.m. . Booligal, Wilcamiia and Darling ' DKi'Ai:Ti;ni-:s: Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday — 0 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella ? ? - ... ' 7 p.m. Wagga' 'Wagga, ? Narandiira, and 'r~~Syciiey (via Wagga) W ednessday. — I! p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wangauella and Sydney (via D'quin) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wileannia Darling, &c. Friday — G p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wan ganella 7 p.m. Wagga Wagga, Xarande...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 19 November 1873

THE RIVERINE \G RAZIEIl, Published every Withies day, at Hay, Mumimbiiigee liver, N.W.S. Subscription : £1 pc r annum, or 5s. per. quarter, payabL in advance. A very large numbir of copies are sent free to all parts sf River in a, but those who wish to obtain the paper regularly must s' Inscribe. ; TO ADYERTIt ERS. The Riverine Grazi r is by far the most widely circilated news paper in -Riverina, and the charges, enumerated below, are from twenty five per cent, to sevpnty-five per cent', lower than those of any other newspaper in the district. Business people, stock owners, agents, and others, will, there fore, find it greatly to their- own in terests to advertise in The, Riverine Grazier. ' ' ' Advertisements. — For one inser tion, 3d. (threepence), a line'. For every insertion after the first, 2d. (twopence.) a line. For Advertisements ordered by the quarter : — j ]ier quarter. One whole column - £10 0 0 Half a column - 5 5 0 Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under- a quarter column, each ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 19 November 1873

General Post Office, Sydney, 1st November, 187:5. Conveyance of Mails. LENDERS for the following Mail Service, JL either by COACH oronHOllSEBACK, for one or three years, to commence from the 1st January, 187-1, will be received up to' Noon on Monday, the 1st December next: — The successful tenderer for the following mail service, must, ivithin* three days, either personally or by the hands of his agent in Sydney, deposit with the Bank of New South Wales, Sydney, to the credit of the Post master General (and must lodge the bank de posit receipt therefor -\yitli the Secretary to the post office) a sum equal to 20 per centum -. of the annual amount for which the tenderer oilers to undertake the service. This amount to he absolutely forfeited to the Government in- case the person whose lender may be ac ceptcd shall fail to complete, within thirty days of the date of notice of the acceptance ( of iiis tender, the usual bond and contract, to the satisfaction of the Government. The notice ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 19 November 1873

Ordeal by Fire. — The Bombay Gazette states that the barbarous custom of determining the guilt or innocence of a. person by means of a fiery 'ordeal, is still practised in Oodeypoore. The Rao of Kura pore the other day caused a person or the cultivator caste,- who was suspected to be in league with a. dacoit, to prove his innocence by holding a red-hot ploughshare in both hands, after four or five pepual leaves tied over with thread had been placed in them. According to the ceremony he had to repeat the following words with his face to wards. the snii u — ' Thou sun-god, if I am actually guilty of the . crime, punish me ; if , not, let me escape unscathed from the ordeal.' The native paper which is responsible for the above states that the person subjected to the ordeal suffered no injury! ' Take away the Avpakition.' — A lSTew Orleans man reported dead appeared in court the other day, and. said : — If your honor please, 1 want my effects returned to me, as you see I am not dead.' C...

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WEST COAST OF AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. . , ' The Ashantee W«nr.— The prin cipal officers in command of, the expedition against King Coffee and the Ashantees embarked at Liver pool on September 10, en route to the Gold Coast, but, as there will be much to do in the way of organ isation on their arrival out, it is not expected that they will be fol lowed put by the bulk of the ex peditionary force until the begin ning of December, so as to com mence operations about Christmas. The stores which have been sent and shipped up to this date, includ ing a large quantity of . provisions, are intended almost solely for the use of the Fantees and other friendly natives who have been driven with their families under British protection ; the. commis sariat and other stores for the regu lar troops have to follow. The Royal Victoria Victualling Yard at Deptford is more busily engaged than it has been for some years past in preparing provisions for the expedition, and the workpeople are employed, overtime in all th...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

NEWS BY THE MAIL. New South Wales and New Zea land have entered into a joint con tract for the conveyance .'of the mails to their, respective colonies via San Francisco. The service is to be inaugurated on January 10th, 1674, and large and powerftil : steamers are to he engaged in the work. A general wish, is expressed - that tlie service will he made lunar mentlily, and to alternate with the »P. & 0. via Galle to Melbourne. . Mr, Buckmasjer has been lectur ing at the School of Cookery on *' Australian meats, and how to cook jtbem in a quick; and simple - form.' trhe audience who tasted the soup, -e£tew, hotchpo.toh, and minced col. %ps to wh*ich they were treated evidently appeared to think them extremely s,avoury. Of their nu tritious qualities there is not the slightest doubt, and if the working ancl middle classes of England are ito feed their children on meat diet they must. of necessity resort to the -excellent food sent oyer in tins-from Australia, the price of which ...

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DEPARTURE OF THE GERMANS FROM FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

DEPARTURE OF.' THE GERMANS ' FROM FRANCE. '' .A French cbrresporident of the Times gives the following account' of the- evacuation of Verdun by- thp German troops on the 13th September ;-;-: At. twenty minutes past seven a.m. an open carriage brought the general commanding the brigade, Linzingen.; the general alighted, mounted his; horse, -. 'and traversed the flanks and centre of the lrooi)s ranged , on the ground., The troops were closely collected together, and had1 any one with good sight fired between' the first and second. man in front, the ball; ;would have gone between .the first and second man of the last line 'without touching a soldier. There was a minute's silence and complete immobility, and the entire scone ? offered- a picture,, unique of thp kind. On the bright, beneath the gate of the fortress, was the French guard, leaning on his gun,' while be yond ilie small garrison looked through the open gate. ; On the rampart was Captain Metral. On the left of.thegate of the ...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

AUSTRALIAN /TELEGRAMS. ?'' (FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) .- 'Sydney,- 18th ;Nov.— R.M.S. Bangalore larrivpd' at eight . o'clock this morning. Priam has been, scratched ;for Tattersall's ' Cup. ' The Emerson '.Minstrels are very successful. ' The mechanics' at the Wa,lls end'mino.ori strike prevented the pitmen . -from working . to-day. , -,A man -named Quinn , burned a. hole in. a. cask of rum at 'Windsor, and thecon tents' exploded ; Quinri's leg and thigh weie frightfully- smashed, and ' he:- was; otherwise injured: ' Judge Har grove has refused plaintiff's application to' ...postpone the trial of; Cqppin y. Bennett, an. action to recover author's fees for playing . 'theatrical pieces' at the' Victoria Theatre. . The Victoria was off Jarvis Bay at sundown. * The Assembly is discussing, a'motion to stop . . clerical interference in public, schools. The' - mail advices have not affected the mat-kets ; v at a large auction sale' of' breadstuffs, Laun ? : ceston wheat realised ' 5s: 2il. ;...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Nov. 25th, 6.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

TEDEGExiMS. ;(pnoM oun own cojihesi-okdent.) Sydney, , Nov. -25th, 0.20 p.m. Tho Orange Road Murder. — Jarvis has been found guilty of diemardcr of lloggeridg.', and sentenced to death. He lias confessed all. ? ' ' ?' ? ?..?!?.-..?.? Mondaj'. Bathurst- nontinntion'.: Tlie candidates were, Henry Cotton, : Walter Cooper, BeraharJf Holtermann, John Sineed. , The show of hands was in f^yor of. Rotton. xV poll vrr.s demand od. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ? ?'-?'- : --SYDNEY.. At the Albert. Cricket Ground on Satur day in the Challenge Cup cricket matcli, Warwick against Albert, the Warwick won with seven wickets to spare. ? 'Mr. Parkes has : resigned his scat 'in tho Council of Education. . -Sir Alfred Stephen has been -appointed in his.steaJ. ' The Melbourne; Legislative Assembly have rejected the. Council's amendment on the Laud Bill, which has lapsed. , The Parlia ment has been prorogued. ' ! Queensland gold' has been discovered for forty miles along the Palmer River.

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Nov. 26, l873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Nov. 2G,'UJ78. The weather has been close and sultry, ?portending rain, which is now falling gently. The temperature thus-fur lias been much cooler than in previous years, wul upon the whole, ., i.ot. so. healthy as usual. Mr. Jamas Forsyth, ? of- Hoy, reports delivery to/ Mr. Fraaer for Messrs. Holt and M'Kellar, of Cudgellico, of 1 00 rams from Burrab.ogie, and 5,004 ewes ?!from Muiigatlal. sOn.aT.thv inst., (i,U0O fat sheep left Corrong, Mr. P.Tyson's for Mel . boxtrne via Mamie and Moulamoin, in charge of: C. J. : Hughes. i_ On 2lst:'inst,, 2,090, fat wethers crossed the punt at Hay from Ben duek, Messrs. Scvcruc Bros,, care of Moriant, for Melbourne; 22ml, 10,100 store ewes, iiOO wethers, and 600 rams, in all 17000 sheep, ? : crossed from Moma'ong, Mponbria, arid Burrabogie, in charge of A.' K. Holden,' going to' stock Messrs. Murphy's (lately of Clear Hills) newly purchased country on the Paiop — unless .rain comes, the journey of ' these sLee...

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SYDNEY. 21st November, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

??V-ntf&KDNEY. 'A '? (VnOM OUh' OWN- COnnESPONDENT,) 21st Novdmb'er,'. 18.7.3'.' pThel chief *.v;brk qf^ai'lipmeu^v siiicb' tTie date of my last Ipttc.rj;'ha5^|jen -tlie, .rejection pi Mr. Weaver's 'PermissiS'o' Liquor. Bill,( and: tho-passing of tho.;MiningvB,ill ' ^hrbiigli'tlie Vcooiid 'reading}' XT he 'ifirsl of these' Iwa's clfs-'1 posed of on Friday evening .(ittthv'inBt,)]' Tiihap- Mi-. Booth; moved,, as an)(imei{d,mpnt, thatHhe bill be read a second time t]iis;,day. ; 'six months. This' amendment was carried by a jxi'aibrity-.:rof)'!th''re'e!'(i;8|'to 15, includiji'gl pairs);. and,, of ic.Ojiu-Se, thebjll is at an; end.. The. advocates.^ of- tgmperancfe1' encourage ,(tlfems'el'ves''with th'e hope 'that- :nitieli gbotl: jwillirbc accomplished by two measures.; which : are-less like] v jto provoke opposition,;. ,*'vh'jch., Mr;''Biirns;lias undertaken to intrbdubc— ' if^r liiftiting^tiie lioilrs (at night) 'tlu^ng'SvKich' ipubliehouses'inay.be open, and 'for' ?prev.eh't...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

HAY SHIPPING. The steamer Tyro . and barge ; Golconda cleared out from Hay yesterday with 640 bales wool from James Forsyth. ; ' ' , . The Pearl and barge arrived yes : terday morning,' arid will . load wool at once for the same agent. . The Victoria steamed up river on 21st inst.. ..'. ...'.?? 'The Elizabeth came; down river, with wool . from Tubbo, . Benerein bah, Toganmain,.and Eurrabogie on ? Sunday night, and sailed for Echuca. on Mbnday morning. The river Murrumbidgce is. 15 ft, G in. *; above summer level. . .' ...',-.: r . ? A^ckl-ajjd, Via Sydxky.— The ?Hero brings Auckland dates to 10th , November. The election of superintendent -for the Province of 'Auckland had occupied the 'chief! attention, and the returns received to the present leave no doubt as to Mr. ? ..Williamson'.s election, the: -.-. numbers polled being— -Williamson, ?2888 ; Tkrgaville, ' 2379 ; .Lusk, 1762: Native voters in some of the ? out districts were openly bribed. ?'Mary Wild, a servant girl, threw ? h...

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CUDJELLICO. November 19, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

: ,] CU.DJEELICO. ' YfUOM bUKbWNCOT.n'ESI'OXDEST.) - November 19,: 1873, ' '' I have riot much to report tliis we*-lc wit'i ?i;cgar.d .to. the w.prkings pf the;differeiit claim! .; L'Mr. '- Dalton, the :gold--cpmniissioner, arrive, I, hero from Forbes on Friday last, and at biic; ?set', to work io- settle' dispfites,- and,' of coursi , ; did not. succeed in .givingi (universal ? satisfac-; ition.:'-fHp.Bpent-the-.day\'.iit going' over'tl:j goldfield and makingiiiuiself acquainted' wit 1' : the . workings, &o. ?: Qri- ;Saturday ' lib' ' held, a '{?om't.to hear the i disputes; .the principal oi(e! being.the jumping of , Nol; 2,;iSputh;:' whidi' caseiheigaveagainst the jumpers. ' ? ' ; ?! ?? No..'l ,and,2, South and --jNo.-l ? north1 hate .registered- -for 8- nionths.; on '; account- of tl;p .quantity of water :;they liav,e;;-! Foster's1- Re?f G. M. Co; ;ave'-,still.-;driving:on the leaded' rwhich hasrW'ide'n.ed'Qut tO',9; feet' and''' show as ntuch.gold as.' ever. :: Theti'-Hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

EI1EE1I1;(iEIZI!ER; 2'ivs . Ti/riuk-ve viild mullo.discrwiine'agelin: WEDXESDAY,.NbVBMBER2{!vl873.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

. EUROPEAN; . TELEGRAMS. - , f FIIOM THE DAILY rArERS.Y London, lGth Nov. — -Mr. Henry James liiis been appointed Attorneys-General, and ?Mr. Vernori ? Harcburty ? member ' for Ox ford city,- the Solicitor-Gerieral, the changes , having been made ; through : tho appointment of Sir J. D. Coleridge to the Chief Justice ship of, Common .Pleas, ' Dr. ..Lypn Play fair, member for Edinburgh and St. Andrew's Universities'; has .accepted tho office of Post masters-General vice. Monsell, resigned.: London, 15th Nov. — -Money is easier, :and the Bank of England reserve is sti-origer, 1 owing to arrivals of gold.1 The '? wheat, market is firm ; Adelaide . is-' quoted at : 65s: ? to' ,G6s. per. .quarter : for the finer qualities; There has been a recovery in , the copper marker, and prices are at £93 to £94. The tin market is excited, and prices fluctuate ; from day to day ; Australian is worth !'£117' for cash. . Tallow has improved. . ? ;- ?' . London, 17th Nov.— -The English troops at Elmina...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

The correspondence read by Mr. Butler in the House of Assembly when Mr. .Paries, publicly announced' tlie elevation pf SikJames; Martin to the judicial bench' as Chicf;tJusticii' of New South Wales, places |he Premier in a situation .the .reVexse'. of 'enviable. It*'wa9' clearly-, shown, and, indeetl, admitted by-Mr:' Par.kos; that. the. situation was^oflbrfei^'by hiin to ;Mr. Butler, and tlio' friendiy,. a)i;ikp;,of thg; hand, 'and 'congra'tiilations offered him at tlie time, Ieft;no' room for doubt in; his mind, that' he was !to Ire honoured by the' appointment:' So oarnest did the Premier, scom-Rt'the.time,- that ho assured Mr. .Butler, he' v-;b.uld not allow his Ministerial collengues.to thwart him in the matter. . On rending the', correspon- deneo we are driven to ask' ourselves s the' question, was the Premier honest in this business, or did he only hold this temptingbait before' the1 eyes of his companion 'in' arm's that .ho' mighf;ruise: 'his expectations, 'aiict flatter' .h...

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MELBOURNE, Nov. 22nd, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

MELBOURNE, , ..(FltpJI OUn OWN .COIWESrONDENT.'} ... ,,,..,;,. :?!'.?. :-,- .,,, Nov. 22nd, 1873. ''. As i! hinted last week, Dr. L. L. Smith has ''found' Mr. Army tage ah ugly customer to liaiidle, j ?Besides., having; to disgorge tho £500 for those small . bets and so forth, he has'conie oiit 'of this -legal' 'squabble a good ' deal damaged in. reputatiori, if it be possible' to inflict an injury on that article in his stQck-in-Ttrade; ho may; thank his stars that his colleague, jn Richm.on,d. has his hands so ? fulljust how, and 'tlie session js so hear 'the- ? ' holidays,' br:: lie 'would,' ;-vrithput doubt, be imadc-an awM-example-Jof by our ;virtuous Assembly. The, ; chances are that ere the ' House' reassombles after the adjouniment, 'ft'gotid deal. 6f!tlie baiiiiii shall be wiped out rby-.thenoxt sensational scandal ; but his con i.s,t;ituent.!j won't, forget him; at the nex, elec ?tion,-I~ll wager; ? - !'t The. Lords have'tdturried the Land Bill so metamorphosed as not to b...

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THE MOSSGIEL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 November 1873

? THE'.MOSSGi'EL RACES;' .(rnoM 'ouit own c.o'riREGrbNbENT. V ' Melbburne lias its races, 'ah!d Moss'gielj'not ' ;to,::bo- behind,: has liad.itsiraces] ;- ? ;Fridciy was a red-le'tter day in the history, of .this townr. ship. An idea emanated in thOjipind of that. genial gentleman, Mr. ' jaffray, ' fp' have' a social gathering of the neighbouring squatters and make a race day, which,' I- iam'happy .to ; say, came off successfully, .with the able, -as-; sistance of -Mr. WiUiam ,(hqn. ..sec;.)., and, Mr.. Arthur' Reddin. , I !db hot 'suppose Mossgiel ' ever saw 'Such1 a gathering. ' Th'd 'fair sex was' well represented initasteful costumes,' also,' some brunette ladies in ? black ,velvet!(natui;e's ' garb). The races ;werc,yery,. good,, taking. all, things into consideration. Thp: race*' ?'-. were run on Riddel's course, who' deserves credit for tlie good order- 'o'f the 'course'.'* 5IO 6iifc: could grumblp- at the- liqhor,. pr-'fthc'.way it. was .served; up. by.,'.hpsf;,: and,. hoste...

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