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A WONDERFUL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
A WONDERFUL INDUSTRY. Harper's Magazine for May con tains an account of perhaps tlie most strange and wonderful indus try existing at the present day on the face of the earth. : ,Far away in Artie Ocean lie the PribyloV Islands, four in number, of which two are ' mere roclcs, theS otliers being St. Paul and St. George. Of these St. Paul's is the great seal ground of the nothern hemisphere, being visited annually by over five millions of fur seals; whilst the other, St. George, is resorted to by less than ; t\to; hundre.d '.and fifty thousand, the nature' of the coast not affording the accommodation re quired for a larger number. These islands were fiwft' dis-; covered and colonised by the Rus sians,' the colony at the time of the! transfer of Russian North Ameri ca to the United States consisting of two hundred and seventy men, women, and children, consisting principally of Aleuts^ all of whom are members of the Greek Church. After the transfer of the territory the great value of th...
JOACHIM v. O'SHANASSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
JOACHIM v. O'SIIANASSY. At tlio Supremo Court of Now South W ale, on tho 25th inst., Messrs Justice liar greaves, Choelco, and Faucett gavo tlieir judgments in detail in tho nbovo suit, and their reasons for rofiising a rulo nisi for a new trial or nonsuit. From tlio Sgdney Morning Herald wo extract 'the principal points of tho judgments on the three actions ; tho plaintiffs boing sixteen, fourteen, and twelvo years of ago respectively.' - Mr. Justice Hargreaves, after recapitulat ing the caser, and referring to tho judgments, r,C'n'™v Rni-xUv mut. TWinlrrontM-.v Arllmr which wore regarded, as preccdontcaBOS, said it should, in tho first place bo remarked, that the Solemn written judgmcnt'of tho Supreme Court in Drinlcwator v. Arthur, though only tho ? judgment of two members! of— this court, was not appealed against by tho plain tiff, Mr Driukwatcr, though of amplo moans to appeal, but has been acquiesced in, and continually acted. upjm as . ;tho , clear law of this court from 1871...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
^ NOTICE. H- A Y P U N T . . I, HAVE this .DAY autorised MR. H, C. , VIVIAIN, to collect all my outstand standing accounts, and his receipt will be a ..sufficient discharge. FRANK JOHNS;: ?,l : 'f ,Hav, , . : . October' '7, 1874. 517-56a As Storekeeper or Accountant. A- HIGHLY respectable young man . is at ? 1 XJl; present open to engagement. Apply ?at this office.- 520 51 r For Saie. ? =; '''''CHILD'S' IRON COT, palliasse, and : mattrass; nearly new, and really good. 50s. Apply . : ; ; MRS. FAIRBAIN, ? ? -Simpson-street, -Hay. : £3 EiEWARD. ? T OST from ,.Hov\ong Station, on 22nd ? ? 13 V iSeptember, 011V BROWN MARE, /branded AR or AP conjoined, over FF near 'slioiildpr, near'liip doTO. /Also, BROWN ,/' COLT, ;branded JHP naar shoulder. , Any ono returning the same tfe the undersigned Will receive the' above rewafal. . : - 518-55 \ B. RUDD. TO SQUATTERS.) I PRINT to, order a Station Cash ' Order Book, by which all the payments made are tabulated unde'r ' the various heads. By moans...
DAWING OF A NEW ERA IN PRINTING. A NEW FOUNT OF TYPE DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
: DAWNING OF A NEW ERA IN ' - 'PRINTING. A NEW FOBUT OF TYPE DAILY. ; Time continues: to works wonders. A new era is dawning on tho trade. Wo last month offered some remarks on tho marvel lous changes now at work in the. production or our leading daily journals, provincial as well as metropolitan. On tlie present occa sion: wo have to invite. attention to an im pending change fraught , with consequences which may ultimately revolutionise tho whole world ot typography. The : type-composing machine is admitted at length , to- be — even in quarters where it is , not easy ' to induce conviction^ — an indisputable as well as a great fact. - Its introduction and adaptability for straightforward work on : daily papers lias become an assured, certainty. . .One j great drawback to its moro general use in one of the principal office. in the: . United KmgdOin. where its merits havo long been recognised consisted in. tho occasional .adhesion of; worn or old types ,on their . passage ' from the ...
ENGLISH LABOURERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
.ENGLISH LABOURERS, ' ; ? .: .(FROM- TUB 'SYDNEY .MOKNINd HERALD.) iuu swujjgio m jiiigiaiHi between tlio farmers and the agricultural labourers lias been watclied in the' colony willi groat in terest. Apart from tho fact that whatever interests the mother country interests us, and apart from our share iu all the socia movements of the age, 'wo havo a special and even solfisli interest in tho dissatisfac tion of tlio English labourer with his lot, because that .dissatisfaction is tlic main 'spriiig of emigration. When men jnro Con tented with their' position in the land of. their. birth, they, do not look abroad for a land of adoption. ? Wo loam from the lato; news ;that tlio struggle between the farmers nnd the agri cultural labourers in England approaches its erid.; The men, it appears, are 'virtually beaten, finding increasing difficulty in sup porting the locked-out hands.' Ilie, execu tive council at Leamington has passed a re solution offering tho men the alternative : of emig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
Australian J oint Stock Bank. HAY BRANCH. DEPOSITS' RECEIVED on Current Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated, nnd all other- BANKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. . .. Tlie Bank issues Drafts and Letters' of Credit upon its various Branchcs'aiid Agen cies throughout .' 1 NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, ?? TASMANIA, ?? AlfD, ? ? NEW ZEALAND. . ; Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. . ; ? JAMES ? MACGREGOR, ? Manager,, Bank of New South Wales. Capital £1,000,000. ' . , i.-j Reserve Fund £333,333 Gs. 8d. : HAY BRANCH, _ : TvEPOSlTS RECEIVED 'on Current iJ Account, ? Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits granted, Advances mado upon Approved Security, and all other' usual BANKING BUSINESS transacted. . Tlie Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon itsvariohs Branches and Agencies throughout New South Wales, Victo...
BOOLIGAL. 4th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
BOOLIGAL, (from our own correspondent.) 4th October, 1874. The great meeting of the shareholders of the Foster's Reef Gold Mining Company was held at Cudgellico on thelstiust. The result was the dismissal of the mana ger and expressions of dissatisfaction at the rcckless manner in which the company's funds had been ex pended. The crushing machine is stopped till the ar rival of a new manager from Sandhurst. About COO oz. gold have passed through the machine, and it was re solved to send the gold to Forbes, the duties on the bor der being too heavy to forward it to Victoria via Hay. i The shareholders are quite satisfied with their pospccts, | ana ioojc lorwnra wun coiiuuenuc 10 uie arnvai oi a new manager, when the whole.of .the works will be again in full swing. . I have no report of any stock being in the neighbour hood, the flooded state of the country being tlie cause. The river is falliug slowly, and we have news to hand that at Forbes the floods are as high as in '70. Operatio...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
Tiie Rov. C. Fetherstonhajigh has been interdictad by tlio Vicar-General, Dean Macartney, from proaching within tho diocese of Melbourne for tho doctrine ho proachcd a short time ago in the church of the Rev. Mr. Wollaston in Eist Melbourne. He has published the offensive sermon,* and pre faced it with a confession of - his faith more extended than the sermon itself. ITe lays no claim to originality of thought, and ad mits that ho is 'of no repute, of no scholar ?* ' Our Father,' a sennon preached ill Melbourne on Sunday evening, J uly i!0, 1874. Hy Cutlibert Fcthcr stonliaugli, minister of tlio Church of England at Urana and .ferildurie, A'cw South Wales. (Published by re quest). Melbourne, Samuel Mullens, Cullius-slrcet. Price one shilling. ship, making no claim to ability j inexper- . icncpd as a clergyman, ever liking to appeal to men of note and repute in confirmation of any opinions he expresses.' The views he has given expression to are those held by a great many of the ' fre...
FOSTER'S REEF G.M.C. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
FOSTER'S REEF G.M.C. to the editor op the riverine grazier. Srit, — Permit me to say, in reference to the Foster's Reef G.M.C. , that if any men hnvc been treated badly and with disrespect, it is the -Hay shareholders in that company. Mr Lakeman, a great god (but an original proprietor by a fluke), was elected to go and represent us. the shareholders here : he did go, and has returned, called a. meeting, but did not attend; second meeting called at 7.30, and at 8.tt0 p.m. ho did not turn up. We are, therefore, at this moment, 10 p.m. Tuesday, in ns great iguorancc as if tho said Mr A. Liikeman had never gone to the mine. I have do doubt lie has enjoyed him self— and I trust at his own expense.— I amt &c.t ? . ? A 'SHAREHOLDER.
By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY. Tuesday Evening, 8.30. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
By Electric Telegraph SYDNEY. (from OUft OWN CORhESPONDENT.) Tuesday Evening, 8.30. Captain M'Lerie, Chief of the Police, died this afternoon. Great lire broke out at Clormont, in Queensland, the damage amounted to ten thousand pounds. It has been agreed at the conference in Sydney, of Premiers and PostmastersGe neral of New South Wales, Queensland, and New Zealand, that representatives from each colony go homo about a new cable to con nect this colony with New Zealand, and Queensland with Singapore. A Sabbatarian meeting was held at Mel bourne, whtoli protested against the open ing of the Public Libraries, Museum, &c., on Sundays, as proposed by the bill now beford the Legislative Assembly. Mr Hely, commission agent at Forbes, was thrown from liis horse, and picked up dead. Tyburnia, emigrant, died. Cattlc arc fetching higher prices than have been knowii for years ; sheep also arc firm.
MELBOURNE. 3rd October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
MELBOURNE. (from OUR OWN CORRKSrOKDEN.T.V ? 3rd October,. 1874;. ? We are without political excitement of anv kind this; week, all our billious legislators being ns quiet as lambs and the Ministry ns gentle as doves. A vacancy has oc curred by the resignation of Mr Carter, Commissioner oC Titles— a situation worth £1800 per annum. Tho billet has been conferred upon and accepted by Judge Bunny of the County Court, than whom there is not a more suitable man in the colony. This appointment lias given, immense satisfaction. All who have nny demand on that office mny now look for their business being settled before the Greek calends, or the 1st of next Jan* uarv. -It is not intended to fill the vacant seat on the County Court bench for some time at least. ' ' ? ' * liie great point oi mtorest during the week has been tho grand bal masque by the Mayor, Mr M'llwraith It was a grand affair, anil secured tlie attendance of the Governor and his lady. Some 1500 guests accepted .the invitation ...
DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
DISTRICT COURTS. FOR: 1874. Hay— Friday, 6th March ; Friday, 81st July ? — ' . . . ' Deniliquin — Friday; 27th Februnry' ; Fri day, 24th July ; Saturday, 19th December. Wagga Wngga — Saturday, 7th February ; Saturday^ 4tli July ^Friday, 27th November. Albury — Monday, 16th February ; Mon day, 18th July ; Monday, 7tli Decembor. Corowa— Saturday, 21st February ;; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th December. Wontworth — Saturday, 21st ? March ; Saturday, 15tli August. Bourke— Thursday, 7 th May ; 'Wednesday, 4th November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS 1 Deniliquin — Thursday, 26th February Thursday, 28rd July ; Friday, ,18th De- ? comber ? , . ' Wagga. Wagga. — Thursday, 5tli February; Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, ,26th No vember.' . - * ... .. . Albury— Friday, 13th Fobrnary ; )Fridny, 10tli July:; Friday, 4th December. Bourke — Friday, 8th May ; Thursday, 5th November. Printed and published by tho proprietor John Andrew, at tho Wharf Store, Hay, Now South Wales.
PRESENTATION TO MR. C. [?]IVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
PRESENTATION TO Mil. C. M-IVER. - I On 3rd iostout a respectablp company gathered at Hr Cox's Caledonian Hotel, Hay, to present a purse of sovereigns to Mr Charles M'lvcr, who is proceeding- lor promotion to another branch of the Australian Joint Stock Bank. Mn. OEnnhrc BtJTTEitwoRTir -was called to the chair, aud said— Mr Charles. M'lver, I have much plea sure in being* called upon by some of the most influen tial inhabitants of this jplace, to assist in a ceremony which you will be enabled to look back upon with gmti fication'during tho remainder of your -future life.. The admirable manner in wliich you have conductcd the duties devolving upon you as clerk in the Australnin Joint Sto^lc llank. established in this town j together with your unassuminc deportment nnd irrcproachablo character, have gained for you the respect of tlie general public, and havo endeared you to a large circleof friends. While wishing that your future career may. exceed your most ardent expectations, I may ...
SYDNEY. October 2,1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
SYDNEY. (from our own courespokdrnt.) October 2, 1874. Still the marching word of this community is 'Edu- cation !' Two new phases of the questiou hnvc eomein to view for this week — the counter mnnifesto of the Church of Eugland Education Defence Association, summoning the triends of their cause to combine to re sist the attempt of tho ' Free, Compulsory, and Secular Lenguo: and tho speech of the Archbishop Coadjutor, on laying tne foundation stone of St. Benedict's now school, Parramattn-strcet, Sydney, on Saturday last. . ,Tlie new association, ns stated in the manifesto, 'has been forriied for the purpose of advocatiug nnd securing by all legitimate means the maintenance of the existing Schools Act of 18136, and for resisting the ngitutionnow being carried on for its abolition, ond tho institution of a system of instruction designated secular, compulsory, and free! National in its aim and spirit, comprehensive in its ndaptability, nnd comparatively equitable in its inci dence of...
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. . . ARRIVALS. Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca Seniliquin, Wau ganella, Sydney' (via Deniliquin). ' Monday — 12 a.m. From' Maude, Balranald. ? ? 5 p.m. From Booligali.Wilcannia; &c. ; . Tuc-sdsy— 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ? Wednesday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Deniliquin, anil Wanganella. Friday— 5 a.m.-. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Echuca, 1) nUiquin, Wanganella , 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling . departures'. Sunday— 12 a.m. Maude nnd Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday— 6 p.m. Ecliuch, Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday-Mi p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wanganelln, and Sydney (via Deniliquin) ' ' 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.ni. Booligal, Wilcannia^, Darling, Sic. Friday — 0 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, wanganella 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Box closes linll an hour b...
HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, 1st October. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thnrsdav, 1st October. Present — Wm. Sabine, hsq. (Mayor), Aldermen Johns and Tnrtnkover. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Letter read from the Colonial Secretary, announcing that Mr. Cox had been appointed an alderman in the | the room of Alderman Simpson resigned. , Hay Bridge. — Letter rend from the Government in answer to a reuuest to hand over the bridge to the Coun cil informing tfiat no steps could be taken in the matter until the bridge works are finished.
STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 7th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
' STOCK ; REPORT. ' ' Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday. 7th October. 1674. Tho weather is now* delightful, with a slight foretaste of tlio approaching summer. Oiu* rivers keep full, flood following upon flood every other week. The Kheariug is progressing well. Groaned, Yarmbee, and Burrabogie were cut out last week, and Kerarbury will finish to-day. Mr Palmer coimuonced shearing at Canoon la?t week. Mr. .Tames' Forsyth has Sold, con jointly with Jno.'-Gco. Doiigharty, of Melbourne, 50' Fisher's ttta-tootli rnm? to William Bennett, Esq., of Yaudembah, price £os 5s per head; also, to tho same buyer, for Matlww Palmer, of Canoon, tit) Bayly and Gibson's rams. Mr G. Fairbairn, of Till Till, has pur chased 270 rams from Mr S. Wilson, of Yanko; and . jue33r5 uouirey ana uunmocrs, oi r evensey, h\j rams from Messrs Peppia and Sons, of South \Vanganella. yOiiU fa$ sheep (mixed) were started for Melbourne from Tupra on 30th ult,\. in 'charge of Mr D. M'Callum. 23v0 mixed fat sheep, from Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
r ;::mL WILLIAMS, ? %,;;-||toek,' Forwarding, Insurance, and 55 GENERAL AGENT. ,. ;. Station Supplies of every description on Sale or indented. OLDEST ' ' ' SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. ^ ? OD S- l ? ^ -3 K7#/ 1'\ W - w 2 ? :' S ! § lilSl m °\ ' ^ ® ' ^ ^ WMCJkJ m ' h o :':1' 71 w F 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, winch ate of the BEST MATERIAL and -WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskin Saddles made to order. :Gcrits Town and Hunting Saddles, Stoclc-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &e. ? _ - ' W.H. having in his employ several first-class tradesmen, that have ^worked, 111 tlielcad 'iiig shops in Melbourne, Sydney, and Wagga1 Waggn,' is now in a position to execute all orders entrusted to him, in a style and manner not to be surpassed m the colonies. In the HARNESS DEPARTMENT will be found single and double Buggy Harness, Carriage, Waggonette, and Dray ...
HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
HAY. SHIPPING. Wentworth came down stream on tlic 30th int., and sailed for Eclni.ca . on 1st inat., . with two barges laden with wool. Muri'umbidgec sailed for Bcliuca with wool oii 1st last. Ciimheroona arrived from 'Wagga on 3rd, and sailed for Eehuen on 5H-, with a cargo of wool. Gorowa arrived from Ecliuca on the 3rd, and steamed up river on Monday. Victoria arrived from Kchuca on the 4th, and steamed up for Wnggn on 5th inat. Btirrabojjie came down on :4th inst, and is now at the wliart. Tub Winnie Warren, iron liarge of the Murrumbid pee steamboat, rank at Balranald last , night with 330 bales of wool on board. ' Tiie river Murrumbidgec at Hay is 21ft falling; atWaggaon lst inst. it reached 25^ft, and lias since been falling ; about next Wednesday that rise will be at Hay, but it will not interfere with the traffic. Our bridge .approaches' are above all ordinary floods, and before any extra flood can como down, the earthworks should be raised, as the roads department must be ...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. September 30, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 7 October 1874
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. beptemrer SO- 1874. ;? Fat. Cattle. — The week's supply numbered 1 107, mostly good to prime. : Tlio market being fully supplied both with slieep and cattle; prices dropped; over *20s a head. : ;227 bullocks, TV*. N. Waller^, from Ches lnint station, averaged;£10 4s, ?'?and 10 cows; 14s' 3d j 178 buHocks, T. Ili JVrate'e, Kulki, averaged £12 Os 5d ; 98 bullocks,: from the Darling, to £10 ; 90 cows, do; to £9 2s Gd ; Tyson's cattlc from the nortli averaged about £10 17s, : Fat Sheep.-~ 18,200 penned,^ of irhieh tlrci meat company took G,900, and' the trade 11300. By tho help of the meat preservers this week tho market remained firm, best making a tnflp over last week's rates. Tho ^yhole supply came from Riverina, excepting , one lot. 1464 light weight wethers 12s, ? ..ewes,. 9s. A draft of very; prime wethers for ? Mr Win. lyson, 19$ 7d ; one lot of shorn wethers nnd ewes mado 7s 9d and Gs Gil ; 959 goodwethers,Yandcmbah, Bennett's, 10s; 1735, Messrs. Wilkinso...