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The description of Trengrouse's 1ft. 6 in narrow [?]ne Railway: [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
Tho description of Trcngrousa's lft-. G in. narrow I uuanc lia'dwav : The drawings show a proposed new railway schema of an-eighteen iuch gunge line, and is equally suited for a narrower gnage. The object in bringing this new scheme before the Government andthe public is that it may be generally adopted, considering its efficiency, easy adapta bility. speeuy mode ol .construction, and low cost, especially for branch lines or feeders to the main trunk lines — where the latter ha». to any extent been already carried out — that there' may be a thorOtigh' and complete network of railways over the whole colony. ? ' ' The perspective view will convcyan idea of the nature of the country this class of railway is suited to, as. well as that of a more level surface; the plau, transverse, and longitudinal sections are more in detail. In constructing this description of railway the trcsseb or supports will be framed to suit the undnfation3 of tlie laud, thus suiting the line to the natur.il for...
TRAMWAYS IN RIVERINA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. Stanmore Road, Newtown, Sydney, Sept. 12th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
--? TRAMWAYS IN RIVERINA. ?*' '? i TO' THE UDITOn'or TIIB RIVERINE GRAZIER. j r: ^ Stanmorc Road, Newtown, Sydney, Sept. 12th, 1674. i Sin, — In the Sydney Zrorning Herald of the 2Gth ult. I rernl an article headed ' Tramvrays in Riverim.— Tho Riverine Grazier states that a movement is being initiated at Hay for the purpose of constructing a tram way from Hay to Booligal, ' nnd further, 'the schema is extremely feasible.' &c., &e. This, I am rind to hear; ami having for some years past been connected with railways, and knowing the great cost of our present sys tem — cspecinllv for a yotmg colony liko 'this— lifts' in duced rac to give my attention to tlK\mnttcr and see- if n much cheaper and equally efficient railway could not ha constructed. Thi3, I may say, I have accomplished ; m\u neeing by the above article * that you arc about ; to* construct a tramway, I have, taken tlie liberty in tluir troubling you, aud would strongly recommeud that my ?new description of r...
ROYAL MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
ROYAL MARRIAGES. There has been lately such a jingle of bells in St. Petersburgh and London that we have heard, them quite across the sea. J The Queen's son has married the daugh ter ot the Russian Itoiperor. ? We are glad of it. It is always well to have people marry who are on the same level. The famous affian 'cing in New York of a coachman with the daughter of the .million aire who employed him did not turn out^well. It was. bad for her,, . but worse for the coachman. ? Eagle and ox arc both well in their places, but let them not i^arry. The ox would be dizzy in the eyrie, arid the eagle ill at home in the barn yard. When the children of two Royal houses are united there ought to be no begrudging of pow der for the cannonading, or of candles for the illumination. All joy to the Duke'of Edinburgh and his fortunate Duchess. But let not our friends across the sea imagine that we have no royal marriages, here in this western wilderness. Whenever two hearts come together pledged to m...
STOCK REPORT FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
1 STOCK REPORT ' FOR 1873. The Chief Inspector of Stock's report for 1873 is now published, we extract the following interest ing particulars Diseases and Ailment; in Sheep. Scab : I have much pleasure in re porting that our flocks are still en tirely free from this disease. The reports received from Victoria are, also of a more favourable character although a considerable number of sheep are yet in quarantine in that colony, and it is still considered ne cessary to maintain a full staff of boundary riders on the Murray. There is no scab in South Austra lia, or Queensland, and no risk of disease being introduced from either of these colonies, exceptper haps in the case of : South Austra lia, through which - the infection ?which might possibly' pass from Victoria. But this lias been for seen and provided asrainst. Ca tarrh : No outbreak of this disease has occurred in this colony for up wards of three years. It is to be hoped, that . it has .been finally eradi cated, Cumberland Disea...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
MARRIAGE. Eddd — Fowler. — August 27, 'at St. Peter's : Church, Campbelltown, by the Rev. R. . S. Willis, M.A.7 Joseph, fourth son of Wil :' Jiam Rudd, of Harrington Park, to Eliza . Eva, second daughter of William Fowler, J.P., of Eshcol Park, Campbelltown. ?
SYDNEY. September 18th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
SYDNEY. (fbom our. own correspondent.). I ... September 18th, 1874. bir Hercules Robinson left Port Jackson on Saturday ' evening by H.M.f?. . Pearl for Norfolk Island and Fiji. v ? x ^ ten minutes to .nine p.m. his Excel lincy went out from Government House, 'and a blue light from the land indicated to tho commander of the Pearl that the- Governor 1 ami) 10 emDarK. a blaze of light from the vessel responded to tho signal, and his' Excellency, accompanicd by Lady Robinson and other members of his family, the Pre mier, the Attorney-General, the hon. H. Hutchinson, and Mr De Roebuck, private secretary, was rowed to the vessel. Tbo Premier and tho ladies shortly: returned to 'Government House, and at half-past nino the Pearl left her moorings and steamed down the hairbour. So now, for several weeks to come, New South Wales must got on without .a Governor ; and Honry Parkes is. the chief of the colony in form as well as reality. Those who have watched liim' in political life believe tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
f Australian : Joint Stock Bank. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Acpounts, Interest . allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated1, end' all' other BANKING- BUSINESS promptly Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and .Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies tliroughout NEW SOUTH WALES, i : VICTORIA, , . QUEENSLAND, . SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. Also .upon all the Principal Towns in tho United Kingdom. | ' JAMES MACGREGOR, ' ' ? ?? ? ? ? ? Manager. Bank of New South. ! 'Wales. I . Capital £1,000,000. Reserve Fund £333,333 6s. 8d. 1 — I HAY BRANCH. DEPOSITS RECEIVED, on .' Current Account, Interest allowed on Fixed I Deposits at Current Ratos, Bills Discounted, | Cash Credits granted, Advances made upon Approved ' Security, and all other usual j BAM3N& BUSINESS transacted.- ? . j Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of , Credit upon its various Branches arid Agoncjcs' ! throughout Now South Walo...
By Electric Telegraph YOUNG. Sept, 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
By Electric Telegraph . : ; ?young. .(™°M ODR OWH.CORRESPOKDENTS.S ' Sept., 22nd. . ouu-j.nspccior itoDerts was preseiited .with ah address and a .-purse' of. sovereigns last night, previous to his leaving this district. . SYDNEY, '? - ' - ; . ?: , ; ' Sept.' 22nd, - i Tenders opened for the southern extension. -)f the railway line to Wagga1. ' Result not known. ? «. She' Suez'-inaif ;ste!Smef . bring.?: -camel trainers for SouthlA.Ustralia. ?? ... ' The' Curator of the Museum has beon forcibly expelled. Tho At'tbrnby-General of Victoria has withdrawn his permission for the Bollarat Turf Club lottery. Blondin ascends- to-night, and walks amongst fireworks. It is reported that a largo shipping firm has become insolvent.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
Inmost concerns, philanthropic or com mercial, planned for the benefit of a 'number of people or the public at large, tho success may bo prognosticated by the fitness of the -leading spirit in tho movement to take a practical workable view of the thing, and to uum wuu unu conquer .objections that are sure to bo thrown in the way by faint hearted or pseudo friends of tho cause. 'Until such a man is put forward by Provi dence, the best and most humane schemes for the' welfare of humanity will bear no fruit of any great worth. The value of Bushmen's Homes has long been admitted, and any (unoimt of words have been written ; but when William took the scheme in hand at Adelaide, being the right man for the work, the thing became an accomplished fact. Now,- wo have Mr. C. Featherstonhaugh, who has planned, a Club in his . own mind— sees the way to carry it. into effect ; and, of course, we have sundry small at tempts to turn the man oif true mind and honest purpose into a groove that would...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
ARRIVAL AT BOOLIGAL, for the new store,,,... ., . . ... . .. . .; ONE THOUSAND POUNDS WORTH ? - of--' '? ? ? DRAPERY, MEN' AND WOMEN'S BOOTS. ? Also' a large assortment of General Goods. POLLARD:. AND. SAUNDERS. ' i :! i Proprietors. ; J.r PIGOT, Manager. ...... . PET SHEEP ; QUIET CATTLE Notice. QQUATTERS, DROVERS, and' others jj travelling with' Stock can be accom modated with. Pet Sheep and Q'iiiet Cattle for leading stock across tlie Hay bridge by ap plying to ,. THOMAS KING, . ' ' Royal Hotel, . -. .. Hay; ' N.B.— rSaddlo and Buggy Horses for hire. ; Trees, Plants, & c. A MACPHERSON will have for, SALE, in a: few days a- splendid- collection of Ornamental. . Trees, Evergreens, Flowering Shrubs, &c,, in pots, from one of the best nurseries in Victoria. Selected expressly to suit tho Riverine climate. . ' . Particulars in future advertisement. 49 Ou For Sale. A light american waggon, ' nearly new. Up to a ton, with two sets Harness;-'- Apply -'i-* H. C.. VIVIAIN, ...
HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, September 17, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
. . HAY MUNICIPAL couwrnr.. ' ? Thursdav. S-*ntemh-»n 7 7 tdTA 1 Present: The Mayor (William Sabiae. Eso.), Alder njenjTartakover, Jolins, and lakeman. Tlie minutes of the lost preceding meetincr were rend and confirmed. \ ,. . Aletter was read from Mr Thomas Simpson,, stating he was quite prepared to proceed with his contract in channeling, kerbinp, and draining Lachlan-street, as: soon (us the councd furnished him -with tho level* Tt was arranged that the Mayor should see Mr Philbin res pcctmg them. :.' t,.'£ Finance committee recommended the follow ing accounts fot payment:— Auditors' Fees - » . „ 4 q F. W. Reed (attorney's costs) - . 212 0 Advertising ... . . 2 21 0 Salaries - . - . ? ... 18 6 ? 8 ^Tenders were then opened for draining Moppitt-strcet, Robert Middlemiss - , £54 q q James Anderson (accepted) - 48 0 0 ?^e Mayor stated he wished to bring under the notice oi the Council — the number of cattle and sheep that has lateW been crossing tlie 'bridge at all hours of the day...
MELBOURNE. Saturday, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
? ' MELBOURNE. ' ' (from ODR OWN COimEBPO-NDENT, ) Saturday, September 19. . I he speeches of Mr Furves, ,tho member for Mornington, and - Mr Langton, -the ex Treasurer, on tho budget of Mr Service, are worth perusal by any one who desires to ,see how the last named individual was. roasted ? for his inconsistency. They cortainly placed him jn a most unenviable position, nnd showed plainly that tho honor and sweets of ofiice had moro to do in shaping his career than honesty of purposo, or faithfulness to his promises out of doors. Wo may safely state that had Mr Langton remained in office, there would havo been a concession made to Free-trade this year, as ho stated the time had come when there should have been such a concession. The' policy of Protoc- - tion has had its innings, and although the colony is in a flourishing state, still this is not to be credited to tho policy of those who havo closed the ports, but to the unusually fine seasons, with which, a gracious Provi dence has...
DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
DIST1UOT COUliTS FOR 1874/ Jt-lny— i- nday, 6th March; Friday, 31st July. : Deniliquin — Friday, 27ili February ; Fri day, 21th July ; Saturday, 19tli- December. Wagga Wagga; — Saturday, 7th February ; Saturday, 4tli .July ; Friday, 27tli November. Albury— Monday, 16tli February ; Mon day, 13th July;; Monday, 7th December; Corowa — Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12 th December. Wcntworth — Saturday, 21st March ; Saturday, 15tli August. Bourke — Thursday, 7 th May ; Wednesday, 4th November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS Hay— Thursday, 5tli March ; . Thursday, 30th July,' . ... ; ? Deniliquin— Thursday, 26th February Thursday, 23rd July'; Friday, 18th De cember. ? ? ? Wagga Wngga— Thursday, 5th February; Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 26th No vember. : Albury — Friday, 13th February ; Friday, 10th July j Friday, 4th December. Wcntworth — Friday, 20th March ; Friday. 14th August, Bourke— Friday, 8th May ;. Thursday, 5tl» November. , . Printed and published by t...
SWEATING HORSES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
| SWEATING HORSES. : (TO THE -EDITOR OP THE RTV*nrWE njri^ror, \ Sir,— Having seen ihy horses, with several others belonging to tho commoners, run to town very often at racing speed, by a herd of: boys. I should like to know if this sort of work. is allowed by the Council, as the common is under their control. There is one lad I could mention, ...that took French IcaV o of a horse of mine, .and; rode the poor beast until it staggered beneath him, and he had to finish the journey with the saddle on his own back. By giving this space, you will greatly oblige, C. W. YOEK Hay, Sept. 12, 1874. , ' .
STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Hay, September 23,1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
STOCK REPORT. I Riverine Grazier Officc, Hay, September 23, 1874. Wo had some light showers this week. The weather is now mild in the day time, with somewhat cool nights. Shearing is progressing favourably, and is engrossing the attention of our settlers. On tlio 9th' inst 6690 fat sheep, mixed, loft Till Till for Mel bourne via Whealbnh and Hay., 16th, a flock of fat wethers were started- for Mel bourne from Tubbo rid Steam Plains. Crossings: — The 'Alma sheep crossed lust Thursday. On 20th inst, 8000 fat wethers, Messrs Eobertson and M'll wraith's,; from Eurclla, Queensland, Mr Cullen in char gc, for Melbourne. 2lBt, Mr Palmer's 4500 fat wethers, from Canoon, Mr Hawkins in charge. At Darlington Punt there crossed . on 15th' 8500 store sheep, from the Bogan for Toganmain station, Mr Buchanan in charge. 17th, 3700, fat sheep from Cuba for Mel-: bourne, Mr Fenton in charge. Messrs Wilkinson, Hann, Minckin and ' Co. report having sold, in conjunction with Mr William Williams, of Hay, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
WILLIAM: WILLIAMS, Stock, Forwarding/ Insurance, and . , . GENERAL AGENT. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented. THE 'OLDEST SADDLERY . Establishment in HAY. 'M-r- ^ & : 0. -.H mmrm . b . 3 ® 't4 wM&w£i\ 'I - o 2 - w vfl ',;ISslf it tfv ^ S S Q \ t*1 ® ^'WILLIAM HEWITSON ; IN returning thanks for past favours, would call the attention of his friends and public generally to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, 'which ate of the BEST.' MATERIAL ' and WORKMANSHIP; . Best Hogskin Saddles made to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles, Stoclc-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. W.H. having in his employ several first-class tradesmen, that have worked in the lead ing shops in Melbourne, Sydney, and 'Wngga Wagga, is now in a position to_ cxecuto all orders entrusted to him, in a style and manner not to be surpassed in the colonies. In the HARNESS DEPARTMENT will be found single and double Buggy Harness, Carriage, 'Waggonette, and Dray Harne...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. September 16th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. September 16th, 1874. Fat Cattle. — 1,017 was the week's supply. 100 buljockfl from Glenormiston averaged £16 0s lOd, and were' much admired. . A draft, 162, from tho Biilloo arrived in fine condition, and averaged, over £11 10s. Tho good supply, brought prices down 20s to 30s. Fat Sheep. — 14,100 penned, and 2500 sold outside... The trade took 9862, country 2400, meat company 4838. Nearly the ?whole supply came from Riverina, as fol lows : — 4389 ./wethers, Messrs -T. and S. Learmonth, from Teryawynia ; 2667 wethers from the Lachlan ; .2800 do Mr Ewan M'Phersori's, from Benduck ; 2400 do Messrs Onirnside s, from Thononga, at the highest prices ; 2300 ewes from Moonbria ; 2508 wethers, Messrs Angus Robertson and ' Brothers,.. Yarrabee; 3056 eWes, Messrs Loughnan's from Hunthawang '? 5060 cwos and wethers, Messrs, Whittingliam Brothers and Haine's, Willandra. ? Mr. Monckton SynhoiV report, Mel bourne, 16th September : — Wool, — There is no alteration to report...
HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 23 September 1874
HAY SHIPPING. Ivro sailed up stream on 17th. Elizabeth passed down 18th inst. laden ?with wool. ' ... Wentworth arrived from Echuca on 19th and sailed up river on 21st. _Corrong.'( JI.S.'N; Co.) .arrived on lier first . trip from'Echuca on 20th, and sailed up river on 21st, she returned yest.eday and is com pleting her cargo of wool. W e leam. by telegraph that the Corowa arrived at' Echuca fron Hay on 21st, andon same day ;the Victoria arrived from Wagga. The Krverine.and Murrumbidgee steamers passed Balranald for Hay on 21st. Alfred arrived from Ecliuca this morning. The river Murrumbidgee at Hay is 21ft., falling. At;Waa-ga on Saturday it was 24ft. 6in., stationary.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874
R. B. SOU THEE, GENERAL AUCTIONEER, LAND AND COMMISSION AGENT BALEANALD. LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. Agent for the 'Riverine Grazier.' For Sale Cheap T1IGHT WINDOWS, iron frames, lead JU diamond lights, stained glass margins, gothic tops, suitable for church, school-house, public or private building. Dimensions, ft. x ft. Apply to J. Andrew, Riverine Grassier office, Hay. mUE BRIDGE at HAY is now OPliiY ' JL and free to all comers. : Printing at Hay. fliHE undersigned proprietor of the Riverine X Grazier begs to inform station holders, business people, and all who havo Printing Work' to be done, that he has had extensive experience in general printiug in the largest and best printing establishments in London and Melbourne, and guarantees that whatever he takes in hand will bo done in a creditable manner and at prices lower than heretofore in Riverina. Printing in colours and gold bronzo done in beautiful style. Station returns, pamphlets, billheads, &c &c ??? JOHN ANDREW. C|...
A WONDERFUL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874
A WONDEKFUL WOMAN. In Warsaw has just died, at a comparatively early age, a woman whose fame was European, and whose character was as original as her endowments were extraor dinary. Madame Kalergi was the daughter of General Nesselrode; who commanded the gendarmerie of Poland while Prince Paskiewitz was Governor, and counterbal anced his authority. Her mother was a Corsica, a lovely Lithuanian, whose eccentricities and weakness rendered her incapable of taking charge of the rearing of her child. She was therefore entrusted to her aunt, the Countess of Nesselrode wife of the Chancellor of Russia who gave her a brilliant education in St. Petersburgh. With ex quisite gifts ot mind, she was at seventeen the loveliest girl in the Russian capital. Howeyer, before she had made her. appearance in society, or been presented at Court, her fate was decided in a most un lucky manner. While staying in the gardens of her uncle's house, she attracted the admiration of a party of young men who; had...