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ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

'. . ENGLISH ITEMS. Tlio Government expedition for observing the transit of Venus in New Zealand sailed in the clipper Meropo ; the Durham steamer also takes out members of the German As tronomical Expedition, bound for the Orkney Islands. Means of preventing the wine pest, phyl loxera vaslatrix, have beon found in spread ing a layer of fine sand on the ground round the stems ot tnepinnt. : A museum of Australian and South Sea Island curiosities has long been oxhibited in the Crystal Palace. They belonged to a man named Pain and a woman named Minns, who quarrelled, and appealed to the court of Chancory. Judge Malins ordered the non removal of tho collection till the case was decided on. ? . ? - ? ' .'. A sale of the Tichborno claimant's jewel lery took place last week, when some articles fetchedlargc pricos.' - A -writ of habeas for the release of Orton was applied for before two Courts by Mr Cobbett, and peremptorily refused. Tho emigration returns show a great falling off from tho...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

! - .-Bank of New South Wales, | ' ; ;? , hay. mmS BRANCH will bo CLOSED on . 1 Thursday - 1st October; for the Half Yearly Balance of Accounts. R.MURCHISON, I , ..... Manager. 1 Sale this Day. AMACPHERSON will sell by Public , Auction, at Tattersall's^Hotel, nt 3 H o'clock, , on Wednesday, the 30th inst., with in . 'out reserve, H . .. A splendid collection of Ornamental H TREES, & Evergreen Shrubs, con H ?..??.::?'? sisting of Pines jin great variety, H ? '-' Cyprosses, Cedars^ Yews, Myrtles, |j ; ' &c., &c, _ ? En ? . The whole are in pfcts; and can be trans |1 ' planted at any timo. , . ' 511-49 I ; Darlington Runt. I .?'??-,, , Darlington, i , ;;;' . ??:??? ? ????? Sept, 18, 1874. I HAVE much, pleasure in stating that; I ?have crossed 8-500 sheep, the property RlV of Thomas Robertson, Esq., -Toganmain, at HT ' the DARLINGTON PUNT '(E. Grimley, ra proprietor) with the greatest safety, the gj , ?water being sucli a height as to prevent any M other punt on ...

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THE DEATH OF M. GUIZOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

THE DEATH OF M. GUIZOT. A recent telegram announced the death of M. Guizot, the French statesman. , Tho fal lowing history is from ' Men of tho Time:' — '?' Guizot, Francois-Pierre-Guillaumo, his torian and statesman, born 4th October, 1787, is the son of an advocate of Nimes, who perished on the scaffold during the Re IVlUVIVUi UUUUt liao CUU^UbCU lit VJIUllUTH* and atvtho age of twelvo made himself mas ter of tho learned languages, German having becomo to him a. second mother tongue, and English and Italian completely familiar. Ho left Geneva in 1805, and after 'a short short ? sojourn iu Languedoc proceeded to Paris, with the view of being called to tho bar— an intention which ho does not seem to havo earnostly prosecuted. About this time ho met, in literary society, Mademoisello Pauliue do Meulan, who was editing a maga zino called The Publicist, which enjoyed a1 considerable reputation, and who, through gratitude for the discreet assistance she had received, during a long illne...

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CONSOLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

CONSOLATION. Written by a sailor, on tho death of a child at Sea. ?Oh, weep not for tho child that's gone \ To join the choirs above ! , Take consolation, from tho thought You've- others got to love. Its little feet were nover meant To tread tho guilty paths of life, But with the angels aye to reign, Free from every caro' and strife. Then dry your eyes and woep no more, Bow submissive to his might ; Your little child smiloB from on high, A radiant angel clothod in white. A mother's heart may longings feel To scatter flowers upon its grave : More beauteous is its ocean bed, ? And sweet its sloop beneath the wave. Then grieve not whon tho murmuring sea Has closed above its littlo hoad, For we, in Holy Writ, are taught : The sea, one day, must yiold its dead%

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. 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. The Bank issues Drafts . and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies throughout NEW. SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, NEW ZEALAND. Also upon' all tho Principal Towns in tho United Kingdom. JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager. Bank of New South 'Wales. . Capital £1,000,000. Reserve Fund £333,333 6s. 8d. HAT BRANCH. TvEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current U 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. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters . of Credit uponits various Branches and Agencies throughout New South Wiiles, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also upon ...

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MELBOURNE. 26th September, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

MELBOURNE. ('FROM OUR OWN CORRK8PO.1DKVT. \ 2Gth September, 1874. rarliameut has been wonderfully agitated by a motion of Mr Lohgmore, the member for Ripon and Hampden, to increase the duties on cornsaeks and woolpacks. The right of a private member to propose new duties is ques-r tioued by the Ministry, and the Speaker, andseveral other learned members have been sotting themselves diligently to search for precedents which bear on the right. The standard works of May and Todd do not give much, if any, assistance in determining this knotty question. But from the absence of anv law in favour of the right, aud from the custom of all duties being proposed by the Ministry, it is determined for the present that no .such right should or could be properly exercised. It would utj iihiii i ui, ruj ijuuu I.U |JUXXIUL U pilVUlU ItlUIUOCl IO add to the dutiable articles, when the amount required for the public service is met by the tariff of the Treasurer for the time being. The news from the Ho...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

The Bushmen's Cluh, which the Rev. C. Fethorstonhaugh has undertaken to estab lish, is in a fair way of being set on foot in a short time. Tho Rev. gentleman is cer tainly giving himself to the work with a will, as he is to he found in all the wool-sheds in Murrumbidgeo district, advocating the scheme with the men whose interest he is so anxious to advance. Labour and distance form no impediment to his efforts, and if he should by any opposition of a vexatious kind, not finally succeed, no person need to attempt to accomplish the object after him, as he leaves no stono unturned to reach tho de sired end. Like all other projects tho Bush men's Club has its friends as well as op ponents, and these are found alike amongst tho employers and the employed. But we regard this as a good sign, for no doubt the opposition he meets with in some cases, and especially from that section of the press, which attempts to throw cold wator on his disinterested efforts, only serves to urge Mr Fethcrsto...

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SYDNEY. September 25, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

SYDNEY. (from our own correspokdhnt.) Kimtnmtini. 9:'. lS7i ' Me have been now nearly a fortnight without our Governor, and as yet the public has not been made to feel any practical inconvenience in consequence of the absence of the political head of the colony. We hope Sir Hercules Robinson has by this time safely reached Fiji, and wil have good speed in his important work. But although twelve days were allowed to pass without any public expression of doubt— save in the jocular car toon of Punch— concerning the propriety of the ar rangement by which the Colonial Secretary was left to act in the Governor's place instead of having an Ad ministrator of tho ? Government (or Acting-Governor) sworn in, yesterday morning a note of alarm was J.UUUUCU uu uib suojecc in tnc political paragraph pub lished in the Sydney Morning Herald, excusing, evi dently from the Ministry's point of view, the n?range ment actually made. This defence is that Sir Hercules Robinson is gone to Fiji Under orders ...

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CATTLE CROSSING NEAR HAY BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

CATTLE CROSSING NEAR HAY BRIDGE. TO TUB EBITOR OP THE MVKIIINK ORA7.rp.Il. Sin,— Having noticed a letter signed 'Pedestrian,' trying to induce the Hay authorities to stop cattle cross ing near the Hay bridge ; which suggestion, if carried into eflect would necessarilv also stop cattle from using the bridge in flood time. I beg, on behali of the cattle drovers to say a few words on the subject. At Deniliquin cattle are allowed to cross the bridge at any time, and then go through much more of the town than they will have to pass through at Hay, withouCany complaint of accidedt; mffl I havo myself driva^fgreat many mobs of wild, caW6, Wthe^^e^rigirf-^roiigh Flcming ton^Oii/MelMurj«Waidi-frhen they were at the head 01 «0Ums-str«5t-$-nnd for years all the northern cattle coming for sale^tb Melbourne, at the old yards, used to come this riiuto either day or night, just as they liked, without my ever seeing or hearing of an accident. Almost every Tuesday night in the year now, the Gipps La...

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ANSWER TO "BEAUTIFUL SNOW." [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

ANSWER TO 'BEAUTIFUL SNOW.' ' Yes, frail ono and friendless, the ' beautiful enow' : Falls gently from heaven on all things below, Clothing tbo earth with a mantle of white, Covering the dark spots with beauty and light. . Decking the mountains and cheering the glen, lighting the city trad dwellings of men, Shrouding; the graves where our lov'd ones lie sleeping, 'Watched o'er by angels beneath willows weeping. enow, us 11 angeis unieauiereu mcir ^vings, . ? To veil— oh, so softly — all sorrowful things ; Changing the blackest to purest of white, .Like charity hiding earth's sins from, sight. Oh, lost child, look up, for pod's love, like the snow, Descends fjom our Father on sinners below, Bright'ning with hope tho sad ihee that we meet; Cheering the sin-stricken soul of the street. Poor victim of passion, of virtue despoileds Cast off like a garment all faded and soiled ; Or rose that shed beauty and fragrance around, Is plucked from tho stem to be trod on the ground. Once fair as ...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

D1STRLUT COURTS FOR 1874 ^ Hay— Friday, Cth March; Friday. 31st July. - Deniliquin— Friday, 27th. February ? Fri dny, 21th July ; Saturday, 19th December . vviagga Wagga— Saturday, 7th .February ? Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. Albury— Monday, 1 6th February .-: Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December Corowa— Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th December Wentworth— Saturday, 21st March -' Saturday, 15th August. ??? . * :- Bourke^-Tlnu-sday, 7th May ; Wednesday, 4th November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS Hay— Thursday, 5th March .; Thursday. 30th Julyi r '.'?; ?-.- , Deniliquin— Thursday; 2eth ' February Thursday, 23rd July; Friday, 18th Dc, comber. Wagga Wagga— Thursday, 5th February* Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 26th Nol vombcr. ... . ? ? Albnry— Friday, 13th February : Friday .10th July ; Friday, 4th' December. * Wentworth— Friday, 20th March : Friday 14th August. ? .?.-?' Bourke—Friday, 8th May 5 Thursday, 5th. November, ..???-, Printed a...

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BOOLIGAL. September, 20th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

BOOLIGAL. tFROJI OUH OWN COnitESI'ONDBNT.) September. 20th. 1R74. [The following arrived too late for publication in our last.] We notice with pleasure your very able leader in your issue ol the 16th inst., with reference to the road from here to Macdonald's Gums; and our thanks are due to Mr J. H. Pollard, of Hay, for bringing the mat ter so prominently before the lion, the Colonial Secretary, during his late visit to Hay. We sincerely hope that, as the promise has been made, it will not be allowed to die a natural death for the want of energy on the part of all interested, and for humanity's sake alone, we shall be glad to see tho work commenced in a short time ^'''u '''j »»i»u huyu niivunuu iiie roau lately can 101*111 any idea of its state; there is a vast sheet of water ex tending for nine miles, swimmable in many parts, and through this Her Majesty's mails have to be taken to and fro every week, to the danger of the mails and pas sengers who have to pass that way. We have hear...

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By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY. Sept, 29th. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

By Electric Telegraph. ? : ; ? ??; ??:?? SYDNEY; . ' - ; .i; . - . (from our. own cobkespondsnts.) .????-. . ' . ' Sept. ,29th., August mails via San Francisco have boon delivered.' ' ' : ' ' . '??- ; .' '. : On Saturday thePrinco of Wales-was, ih _ stalled as Grand Master of Freemasons, vice Earl of Ripon. . , .'». Cattle are a trifle higher. Of sheep' there was a short supply, withers' brought up to'17s 3d.1 Weather fine; ? ?'?? ' r,.J V : ??' ' ' ??_ ' ?-'??? ?'? Sept. 26tii. \ Sydnoy^ won : the intercolonial^ boat race eWly;by 100 yards.'' Time, 22 min. ; blow ? .-?-;-???-'' y/i?'— ? _ — i ? _ — ; : A country lass was driving a donkey to a fair in Renfrewshire one fine summer morn insr. , The donkoy was a laggard, and was more intent on cropping the roadside her bage than on going to the fair ; but the girl did not put hersolf about. Pleasant thoughts of her sweetheart were passing through her mind, and she sang gaily to herself. An Irish labourer overtook her, and, as ho passed...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

HAY l'OST OFFICE TIMR-TABLK. ARRIVALS. Sunday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuen Deniliquin, Wau pauella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). Monday— 12 a.m. From Maude, Balranald. . o p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday-5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Warandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ' . Wednesday— 11.30 a.m. From Echnca, DenUioiifai and Wanganclla. ' Frfltev (Wa \SI aeS' WaSea' IWdcra' an-1 11. SO a.m. Echura, D nilimiin. Wangancllji 3 p.m. Balrauald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling DKPAUTURKS. Sunday— 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday-* i p.m. Ecliuca, Deuiliouin, Wanganella «/ V'm\ WnSS«» Nnrandcra, ami Sydney (via Warnm'* ffo% iS^nr*u' .kn^ 12 a.m. Maude and Balrauald ' 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, &e. Friday--i p.m. Ecliuca, Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. V agga, Narandcra, and Sydney (via Wapea) Box closes hall1 an hour before departure of «K' Letters registered up to o p.m. letters without stamps are sent immediatel...

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CUDGELLICO. 22nd September, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

CDDRELLinn. (PROM OUR OWN' COItHESPONDENT.1 . 22nd September. 1874. There has been another washing up at the machine of the Foster's Reef G.M.C., but with what results is not known, they have not retorted any yet. I hear they have a large qiianiity of amalgam pn hand, and under stand they wish to surprise the public with a report of a large cake which, for the sake of the future of this place I trust will be the case. At the mine they have been putting down a winze on the main reef, which is widen ing out as it goes down, nnd shows first-rate gold, with stone getting Harder, and more solid, so that there is every prospect of it carrying down. The jumping cases have been decided in favour of the original holders of the ground, as the claims are exempt lrom lease. It is to be hoped the owners will now pro ceed vigorously to work and dovelope the reef. If it is to be got anywhere else than on the prospecting claim it is time it was known. Tho-weather has been very cold these few days p...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 30th Sept., 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

' STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, -' * ' Wednesday; 30th Sept.. 1874. ''Wo havo again been favoured by Provi dence with a good fall of seasonable warm rain, which came down from Friday after noon till Saturday mid-day. Tho country is in splendid condition, feed and water are abundant everywhere, and tho large numbers and good quality of the Riverino sheep being poured into tho Melbourne market, provo tho nutritious nature of our herbage. Upon .' the whole this may bo looked upon, as the most propitious season evor experienced in ? this part of the colony. Mr John Moore, jnnr. reports having sold in conjunction vritli Messrs Wilkinson, Hnnn, Miuohin, and Co., 315 Ulillawa rains to the owners of Cowl Cowl (Synnot and Co.), at a satisfactory price, and he has some prime flock's of sheep now.under inspection. Messrs Wilkinson, Hann, JMinchiu, and Co., of Wagga 'Wagga and Hay report having sold on account of Mr J. P. Jenkins, 54 head of fat cows ; and on account of Mr James Cochra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

'V ? WILLIAM.JWILLIAMS, \ Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented. SADDLEBY Establishment in HAY. IN returning thanks for past favoiirs, would call the attention of his friends and public generally to his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which ale of the BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskin Saddles made to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. ? W.H. having in his employ several first-class tradesmen, that hare worked in the lead ing shops in Melbourne, Sydney, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to_ execute 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 Harness, all of the very best material. Waggonettes covered and trimmed. Light and Heavy Collars always on hand. Whips Spurs, Bridles, and Leggings, and evory article iu th...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. September 23rd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. September 23rd. 1874. Fat Cattle. — 936 yarded, sales ruled over 10s per head above last week's prices. There are no sales of Riverine cattle reported. Fat Sheep. — 19,300, a large supply, but prices maintained late rates. Meat Com . pany took 5460, Shipping 600, country 2060, trade 11,178. 2808, Messrs John Bell and Co., Morungle, ewes to 11s 6d, wethers, 14s 9d ; 2314 wethers, Mr J. C. M'Leod, at 12s ? to 12s 6d ; 3916 wethers, Messrs Barton Bros., at 13s, culls, 10s 6d. The first shorn sheep of the season wore from the Edwardes, ewes brought 6s 4d, wethers 7s 6d. Mr. Mohokton Synnot's report, Mel .bourne, 23rd September : — .Wool — Thcro is no business doing at present, as owners are waiting until the opening sale of tho season, which will be probably during the first fort night cf next month. The English market is still unchanged. A telegram to 17th inst reports : — Up to date 174,000 bales have been sold.' Home buyers are purchasing .freely, but continen...

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 30 September 1874

HAY SHIPPING. ?;? Alfred sailed up river 23rd inst., returned 25th, and sailed for Echuca on 26th' laden with wool. ' ? ? Pearl came down stream on 23rd, and sailed for Echuca on 25th. * ? i Corrong sailed for Echuca with wool on 23rd.. ' /?'. '-Murrumbidgee arrived from Echuca -23rd insi. wun general cargo, anu is now waiting ? at the wharf for wool. .'..'? Rirerina arrived from Echuea 24th inst., N and sailed on 26th laden with wool. Tyro passeddown for Echuca with wool on -26th inst. ? :Burrabogio arrivpd from Echuca on 27th, and steamed up river on the following day. V The Murrumbidgee river at Hay is 22ft., rising. By tho end of this weok we are . likely to have a pretty high flood.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874

R. B. SOUTHEE, GENERAL AUCTIONEER, LAND AND COMMISSION AGENT, BALBANALD. : ? LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. Agent for the 'Riverine Grazier.' '? For Sale Cheap EIGHT- WINDOWS, iron frames, lead diamond lights, stained glass margins, gothic tops, suitable for church, school-bouse, public or private- building. Dimensions, ft. x ft. Apply to J. Andrew, Riverine Grazier office, Hay. mHE B1UDGE , at . HAY is now OP1SN JL and free to all comers. Printing at Hay. THE undersigned proprietor of the Riverine Grazier begs to inform station holders, business people, and' all who have Printing Work to be done, that ho lias had extensive experience in general printing in the largest and best printing establishments in ; Loudon and Melbournej and guarantees that whatever he takes in hand will be done in a creditable manner and at prices lower than heretofore in Riverina. Printing in colours and gold bronze done in. beautiful stylo.. Station returns, pamphlets, billheads, &c., &c.. ? JOHN. AND...

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