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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 19 August 1874

Ho! ye that are fond of show anil glory, Come listen to what 1 have to .say ; I can tell you a fine little story, Which will tickle the ears of Hay. -The Premier has made up his mind To visit our distinct and town, He'll dance with our wives you'll find, : And kiss ouv daughters all round. If you want them to appear attractive, Just look into the Beehive Store ; In (rlove3 and silk} there'3 nothing defective. With boots and jewels galore. W. L.'-Smith has pot quite a hobby, In finding out what ladies want : lie can turn them out so nobby, ' Though he's not fond of boast and cant. Then consult your appearance and purse, Just try what's found in the Hive ; Don'fbuy. what's not worth a curse, His stock is large and more to arrive. 450-44 ...-;, Booligal Petty Sessions. MR. ARTHUR RAYMOND will attend the . .Petty Sessions to be held at Booligal on 10th September, and at every subsequent sitting. '-;:.? 447 ' [a caiid.] Messrs. M'Oarthy and Eobertson BEG to inform their clients that they...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

. DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. Hay— Fridnv, Gfcli March : Friday/ 31sfc July. . - Deniliquin — Friday, 27tli February ? Fri day, 24tli July ; Saturday, 19th' December. W agga W agga — Saturday, 7 tli February ; Saturday, 4th -I uly ; Friday, 27th Npvembor. Albury —Monday, 16th February ; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December. Corowa — Saturday, ,.2lst February ? Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th Dcccmbcr. W en livorth— Saturday, 21st March ; Saturday, 15th August. Bourke — Thursday, 7 th May ; Wednesday, 4th November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS Hay — Thursday, oth March ; Thursday, 30th July. Deniliquin — Thursday, 2Gth February .Thursday, 23rd July,;- Friday, 18th De cember. ? ! . , ' . .. Wagga Wagga— Thursday, 5th February; Thursday, 2nd July j Thursday, 26tli No vember. . ? ' Albury— Friday, 13th February ; Friday, 10tli July ; -Friday, 4th December. ... W entwnrth—Friday, 20th March ; Friday, 14th August.' Bourlcc^— Friday, 8tU May ; Thursday, 5th .November; ' 'V . ' f Pri...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AIUUVALS. Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Ecliuca Deniliquin, Wtu ganella, Sydney (via Dcniliquin). Monday — 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.ui. From Booligal, AVileannia, &c. Tuesday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Dcniliquin, and Wangahclla. Fridny — ~- a;m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney, (yia Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Echuca, I- nilinuin, Warigancllo 0 p.m. B.tlranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling DEl'AHTUKES. Sunday — 32 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia,- nnd Darling Monday — G.p.m. Ecliuca. Deniliquin, Wanganella .7 n.m. . Wagga, Naranucra, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday — 0 p.m. Echuca, Dcniliquin,' WanganeUo, nnd Sydney (via Deniliquin) 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, See. Friday— G p.m. Echuca, Dcniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. Wflggat Narnnderfl, and Sydney (via Wagga) Box cJo«a halt au hour before departure...

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LAUNCH OF THE CORRONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

LAUNCH OF THE CORRONG. (from the riverine herald.) At the Patent Slip on Saturday last, Messrs Webb and Wilson, shipbuilders, launched a new river steamer to the order of the Hay Steam Navigation Company. The Murray shipbuilding industry, of which Echnca is, and must neces sarily continue to be, the head quarters, has latterly been each year assuming more and more' im portant proportions, and so fast are the craft being turned out, that in the large majority of cases they are launched and laid on the berth before ive are made aware of the fact. A successful. launch is at all times a pretty -sight, and one which Ave confess we like to be present at when it is in our power to do so. Messrs. Wilson and Webb,- since they became the lessees of the slip, have become one pf the most active ?building firms on the Murray, and the work they- turn out bears very favourable comparison with any that has gone before. The vessel just launched is tbe second, besides a barge built by this firm for t...

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TIME GOES BY TURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

TIME GOES BY TURNS. The lopped tree iu time may grow npiin, Must naked pinnts renew both I'ruit nnJ flower j The sorriest wipbt may find relief train pnln, The dviest soil suek iu some moistening shower. Times go by turns, mill clianees change by course, loul to tiiir, liom better Imp to worse. The sea of fortune iloth for ever flow, S!il' draws her favours to tiie lowest web; Her tides have equal times to come aud go, ller loom doth weave tlie tine and coarsest web. ' No joy so great but runneth to au end, Noliapso nanl but may iu time amend. Not a'wnvs full of leaf, nor even spring, No eniliess night, uor yet eternal day j The saddest birds a season fiud to sing, The roughest storm a calm may soon allay. Tiius with succecdiug turns God teiupereth all, That man may hope to rise, yet fear to fall. A ohancc may win that by mischance was lost, That net tii.it holds no 'great, tulces little lisli; In some tilings all, iu ail things none are crossed Few al! tiioy need ; but u:me have al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

iUDcnnc is published every Wednesday, at liny, Murrumbidgee River, N.SAV. Subscription : per annum, or 5s. per quarter, payable in advance. . TO ADVERTISERS; Tho Riverine Grazkr is by far tho most widely cir culated newspaper in Riverina, and olicrs the gre&tost advantages to advertisers. Changes von Advertisements: For one insertion 3d. per line of.space. For every insertion alter the first, 2d. ditto. Births. Marriages, aud Deaths, 2s. Gd. each. Specially favoralJe rates lor standing- advertisements, and for such as arc largely displayed.

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ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAND LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

ADMINISTRATION OF THE' LAND LAW. ? ' ' (from THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.) After reading the selections we have published from the evidence taken before the Select Committee on the Administration of the Land Law, our readers will see. that the final report can hardly fail to be in favour of reform. We cannot say that anything new has been elicited by the committee ; but a number of previously ascertained facts have been stated specially for the infor mation of the House, and they are of a nature so important as to justify the Legislative Assembly in demanding that the introduction pf a bill to amend the Land Law of the colony shall not be unneces sarily postponed. To deal with this question boldly, and solely in the interest of the country, would no doubt involve any Ministry in some degree of political peril. But a truly patriotic- spirit Avill not be daunted by any consideration of this kind. It will not flinch from the performance of an obvious duty, although it may risk Ministeria...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

BIRTH. Chrystal. — On the 20th inst., the wife of David Chrystal, of Mulurulu Station, of a Son. 'DEATH. M'Fadzeajt. — At Lake Cudgellico, on the 14th inst., Isabella, youngest daughter of Wil|iam and Mary M'Fadzean, aged three years and one month.

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SYDNEY. August 21st, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

SYDNEY. (from our own correspondent.) ' August 21st, 1874. This week there is no need to go beyond Sydney in search of topics. ? A new move ment, for some time past tho subject of con sultation, has been 'publicly started for the furtherance of education — and tho Premier of the country has delivered a three hours' oration on his own career and the affairs of the country. ' A large public meeting was held on Mon day evening in the Masonic Hall for the pur pose of advocatiug a reform in our system of public education, which would make it 'uniform, free, compulsory, and secular,' The Mayor of Sydney, S. S. Goold, Esq., took the chair. The chief speakers were the Rev. James Greenwood (minister of tlie Baptist Chnrch, Bathurst-street, Sydney) ; i Rev. Dr. Barry (of St. Matthias', Padding ton) ; Rev. Dr. Stanley (Unitarian) ; Rev. J. G. Fraser (minister of the Congregational Church, Woolahra), and J. R. Dibbs, Esq. (a member of the Church of England), From J. B. Sutton, Esq., of Wyagdon,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY~BRM0H. . DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, und all other BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. I The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Brunches 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. ' j Bank of New South Wales. Capital £1,000,000. Reserve Fund £333,333 6s. 8d., HAY BMNGH. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on ' Current Account, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits granted, Advances made upon Approved Security, and all other usual BANKING- BUSINESS transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its' various. Brandies and Agencies throughout New . South . Wales, Victoria, Queensland,. South.Australin, Tasmanfn, a...

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THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER, . Sir, — As ono of the committee that met and did ' nothing,' will you allow me to ex press my great surprise at the silence of somo of our great oratorical spouters who generally shine with unwonted lustre when there is nothing to spout about but what could be said in twenty words 7 Last night out of some twenty of the committee there was not ono who could propose a plan or form of pro cession that would look at all decent or any thing but a disorderly mob. They seemed to think that the whole thing was settled when they had ordered their dinner, and agreed as to tho cost per head, which I here take tho opportunity of saying is a vast deal too high. Tho arrangements were postponed until the committee met on Thursday night. What can they do, then that could not liavo been better disposed of in the presence of a full committee ? Thursday will be too late to make any arrangements as to the form the opening of the bridge sh...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

The visit of Mr. Parkes to Hay is an im portant event for the town and district. The authorities in Sydney have a very indistinct idea of the country which is now attracting so much notice throughout all Australia, ana we may be certain that the Ulnei Secre tary will keep his eyes open to tho stato of matters as he passes along. He is coming, too, at a time when the country is wearing its most attractive appearance, and ho will, without doubt/ return to Sydney with a different opinion of it from that which ho had previously learned from newspapers or blue-, book reports. The excitement caused by free selection has doubtless led our political heads to look, with more- attention towards Riverina than they formerly bestowed .upon it ; . but' we fear that there is a dnfigerin taking this as any true or just criterion by which to form a correct opinion of tho country, and we may therefore hope that legislation will bo more suited to our wants for time to come than during tho past. In a n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

FIRST HAT Building and Investment Society SECOND Monthly Pay Night, Tubsday the 1st September, 1878. J. H. SAUNDERS, 462-14 Hon. Sec, Public Notice. ALL claims against the estate of Tom H. Brooks, of the Bridge Hotel, must be sent to the trustees, care of Messrs Tar takover Bros., on or before Friday, 28th day of September next, otherwise they will not be recognised. A. Tabtarovbb | Trusfcees. J. H. Saunders ) 4G1-44 ? . Municipal District of Hay. * TO CONTRACTORS. - THE Municipal Council invite TENDERS forworkrequiredto.be done in Mop pctt-street, as per plan and specification to he seen at the Council Chambers, Bush Inn, Hay. Tenders addressed to the Mayor and Aldermen, to be sent in not later than 7. p.m. on Thursday, 3rd September next. * ? WILLIAM SABINE, Mayor. Council Chambers, Hay, 21st August, 1874. To Fencers. TENDERS wanted for enclosing 6 acres of Land with Post and Rail Fence, one' wire. Contractors to supply all materials. Apply to H.L.LINDSAY, Red Lion Brewery, 460u ....

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, 20th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, 20th August. Present : The Mayor, Aldermen Tarta-' kover, Lalceman, and Witcombe. The minutes of the last preceding meet ing-were read and confirmed. The Finance Committee recommended the following account for payment, viz., W. R. Elliott, salary to 12 th inst, £10. Ordered to be paid. With reference to tlie drainage of Moppett street, Alderman Witcombe stated that he inspected that portion of the street that re quired draining, and had prepared a plan and specification, which, he -begged to submit to the Council, and which he thought would meet all the requirements of the case. - He estimated the cost at between £30 and £40. After the plan had been inspected and ap proved, Alderman Witcombe moved the following resolution: — 'That the clerk be requested to copy the specification 4 for the work required in forming a drain in Mop pett street, with such additions ? as- may be necessary ; also to advertise in tho local newspapers calling for tenders for ...

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MELBOURNE. August 22nd. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

MELBOURNE. (from our own correspo-kde nt. V August 22nd, 1874. The political world, with us, is in a stato of 'profitless quietude ; no rows in'the house, and no progress made in the work of poli tical law making.. On the whole we are, perhaps, better off than if our incapables were to have the opportunity of giving their talents to the work of legislation, for we are at least safe from danger now ; but I should not lika to bo responsible for the consequences if they had their own natural way. The local or , Municipal Bill, which is at present running the gauntlet of tho Lower House, does not meet with much favour, and I should not be - surprised if it bo so metamorphosed ere it leaves the lower regions that its parents will not acknowledge its paternity. Mr Francis is so far recovered as to be able to go to Canally Station, the property of Messrs ? Cohen and Maguire, on the Murrum bidgee river, at its junction with tho Murray, and intends remaining there for some time to regain his...

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PUBLIC MEETING. Monday, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

. PUBLIC. MEETING. Monday,. August 24. The meeting called by advertisement in our last issue, was held at the Masonic Hall on .Monday night, Wm. Sabine, Esq., tho MaylUr, was called to the chair, and opened the business by reading* the advertisement calling the meeting. The Mayor said that the Council agreed to call this meeting as it was a public matter, and the public should take the matter in hand and elect a committee. He had telegraphed to Mr Parkes to come and open the Hay Bridge, thinking that if we had him here, and could stato our case to him personally, it would do more good than writing. Tlie Coun cil sent a letter some time ago to the Go vernment to grant the Hay Bridge to the Council, to enable tliem to make the roads approaching the bridge ; but no answer had as yet couio-to that letter ; and if we did not get the tolls from the bridge, ; the Council could notmake tho roads. The Mayorliad tele graphed to tho hon. Mr Parkea toi come here and open the bridge, and had '1-...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, August 26, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

stock; report. Riuerine Grazier Office, Hay, August 26, 1874. The weather at the end of last week was close and sultry. Rain fell on Sunday, and 8mco then wo have had boisterous winds with occasional drops of rain. The river Murrumbidgee at Hay has fallen, and the punt resumed work yesterday morning, when Messrs Haines and Co's 6020 mixed fat fJieep were crossed ; also 50 stud rams crossed at Hay .from Groongal for Mr Dick son', of Caroonboon. 4945 mixed fat sheep, Mr W. J. Rcid's, from Yancannia crossed to day for Melbourne. From the telegraphic reports from Gundagai and Wagga wo may expect another flood in a fortnight. The steamer Burrabogic crossed iast week 2400 fat wethers, Messrs R. Chirnside and Co's, from Eurugabah ; also, 3113 fat ewes, Messrs Loughnan and Sons', from Hunthawang, for the Melbourno market (James Forsyth, agent). Messrs Wilkinson, Hann, Minchin and Co, Hay and W agga W agga, report having sold tho SI 64 ewes and wethers, which passed here lately in charge of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

WILLIAM WILLIAMS, ? Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and GENERAL AGENT. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented, THE OLDEST SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. . WILLIAM HEWITSON BEGS to thank his Friends, Customers, anil the Public generally, for the extensive support he has received during the past six years that he has been in Business in Hay and lie 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 tJLTnHav and the Surrounding District, to his LARGE ASSORTMENT OP SADDLES, viz. : — Ladies' Side Saddles Gents' Best Hogskin Saddles ' Somerset ' Somi ditto ditto Gents' Town, Hunting, and Bush ditto Roll Cantle Saddles Stock Saddles, with hogskin seats and knee-pads u it rough and - smooth . bag leather ditto HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Single and Double Buggy Harness ' Light and Heavy Draught ditto Spring Cart and Outrigger ditto Wag...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. August 19, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT/ August 19, 1874. Fat Cattle. — 1346 was tho week s supply, good to prime brought last week's prices, lower sorts suffered a decline of lO.s. Best pens bullocks, £11 to £12 ; extra, to £14 ; other qualities, from £7 to £10. No Rive rine sales reported. Fat Sheep: — 17,150 forward, of which the trade took 1 1,583 ; shipping, 900 ; meat company, 567 ; country, 4100. Sales were dull at a fall of Is to Is 6d. Nearly the whole supply, as of late, from Riverina. The sales were — Mr Baillie's 3023, from Benerem bah, brought the highest price of the day, viz., 16s for wethers, lis 6d for ewesi ; 5840 for Mr E. M. Bagot, River Darling, no price stated; 2000, Mr James Tyson's, . wethers 15s, ewes 10s 6d to lis ; 2480 wothers, Messrs A. Robertson and Bros, Yarrabce, no price given ; 1386 wethers, Messrs James and Johnson's, from Alma; 2310 wothers for Mr M'Farlane. Store Stock. — -Quotations — Best bullocks, delivered in Victoria £6 10s, in Riverina £6. Little doing in s...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 26 August 1874

hay shipping-. Pearl came down on 23rd, and sailed for Echuca on 24th. The steamer Tyro and barge passed down stream on Monday with 397 bales of Groon ' gal and Bringagee, find 110 bales Burrabogie wool. Steamer Bnrrahogie and barge passed up yesterday for Kerarbury. Jas. Forsyth, agent. -Ecuuca. — Tha\Riverine Herald reports: — August 20th — Murrumbidgee and barge sailed with general cargo 'and two passengers for Balranald. 2 1st— -Corowa, with 70 tons of cargo and seven- passengers, sailed for JIa'y. 2.1st— Pioneer;' with -80 tons of cargo, 'for the Edwardes .-Itiyer.,' Alfred and Riverina passed -Swan Hill'- fw. Hay during Jrlonday night, 20th inst.. The Freetrader is loading at the wharf, and will be des patched to-morrow, for the Darling, with 'a large cargo of wire, Castlemaine ale, red ? gum,.:&c. .- The bon..J/-G. Francis * and- two daughters, and Mr Cohen, junior, were pas sengers by the Corown, for Mr Maguire's ?Canally Station, ? ? The river Mumiinbidgee, at liny,...

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