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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 14 October 1874

HAY SHIPPING. . I Bnrm bogie sailed for Eehuea with woof on 7th inst. Elizabeth arrived from. Echiica on 7th, ami returned next day to load at down river stations. Aiirud axTlved irom Eehuea on 13th inst, ami is now at the wharf. Pearl is expected to-day, Tyro about Friday, The river at Hay is 22J.ft high, stationary; at Wagga on 3Ionday it was 12. ft 9 in, falling.

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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"THE MOST PROFITABLE FLOCK IN SURREY." [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

'THE MOST PROFITABLE FLOCK IN SURREY.' . In a former report on the farming Of Sur rey^ I; described in some detail that of Picciird's Farm, in- tho; occupation;. of: Mr; Thomas: Drowitt, who now permits me to! give the following account of his flock, which was. before merely mentioned as haying beon ' for many years probably the most profit able flock - in'' Surrey.' Tfiis remark re ferred to Mr Drowitt's well-known flock of merino sheep, v which was commenced by his father in 1809, and out of which tho present flock, suitable to tho present times,' has been' produced'by the introduction of new blood Bince 1862.: In reference' to the past ! may mention that in 1813, 1814, and' 18'15' the merino wool sold at from 4s to 5s per. lb., and that during six years the average weight of the flceqo of ono of the rams was 22 lb. 12 oz., the heaviest 'fleece weighing 25 lb 8 oz. The price of tho merino wool was, for many years, 8d or 4d per lb above the ordi nary wool, hence the profit of this ...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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THE FRENCH REPUBLIC BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

THE FRENCH REPUBLIC BILL. (From La.Patrie, July 25.) The National Assembly has rejected, by 374 to 333 votes, the bill for tho proclama tion of the Republic, of the ' theoretical and doctrinaire;' republic, as it was very well called in the declaration read by M. de Cis sey, in tho name of the Government. It i? to be hoped that now wc shall cease to be troubled with all the projects of the Periers and the others, and that we shall not for, the future hear so much about the Republicans and the Radicals, who call factions the de puties and journalists crying out for restora tion of the Monarchy, willnd doubt feel that after the vote of the 23rd July, they would bo factious in their turn, and that in a very different manner from us, if they, endeavored to force on vs regime rojected by the repre sentatives of the nation. .This. may be a painful thing for the Left to, hear,, but we must say it: Tho men of the 4th September, their old and new friends, and their moderate or Radical Republ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

JAMES FORSYTH has for SALE— 80 first-class yearling Bams, bred by P. B. ' Curtain, Esq.; Nyingay. 50 first-class yearling station-bred Kerar bury Rams. Also several other lots of superior rams. Hay, Oct; 21st, 1874. 546u Kangaroo Bogs v EOR . SALE by Auction at Tattersall's. » Hotel tliis day, 12 o'clock sharp, 545 MASONIC HALL. - THE STAB COMQTJE TROUPE ] ¥1LL make their first appearance in the above Hall,, on Wednesday (to-night) and Saiurday evenings, October 21, and 24. When- tlicy will perform some of their ( choicest selections of English, Irish, and -? Scotch ballads, Serio-Comic and Sensational songs, -American Prize Jig, Clog Dance, Irish Jig, Negro delineations, Duets, Glees, Instrumental Solos, Tableaux, &c. Miss Ada Went worth, s The pleasing Sentimental and Serio Comic Vocalist. Mr Billy Robson ' The acknowledged Champion American..' Prize Jig Dancer, and Ethiopian Come- T dian (late of the Christy Minstrels). ? Mr Paul Edwards The celebrated Motto 'Vocalist and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

Sale To-Morrow. riEORGE BUTIElt WORTH Las re AJ ccived instructions, from the owner, to soli by Public Auction, at the Pound Yards, on Thursday next, tlie 22nd Octobcr, at 2 - ? o'clock — About Twenty Head of good useful; Saddle and Harness' Horses. N.B. — The Auctioneer especially requests; the attendance of the Public to this genuine' sale of really Strong, Serviceable Animals^ ' many of them aro known to possess great staying powers, and would be invaluable to persons entering into pastoral pursuits. Geokge BuTTEitwonTir,. 542-52 Auctioneer-.. . BRIDLE FOUND at South Hay. Owner , may have it on paying expenses, by ap plying to Mr Trevena, Coach Builder, Lach lan-strcct, Hay. LOST in Lachlan-stroet, ,i Gplil Medallic .. Coin. Anyono bringing -the same to- -? the office of S. and A. Moss, will be- hand somely rewarded. 541u WANTED by a Lady and Daughter en gagements as Housekeeper, sales woman in Drapery Store, &c. Address — B.Y. Riverink Guazieu office, Hay. Bricks 'Wanted...

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AUSTRALIAN WOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

AUSTRALIAN WOOLS. . 'F. E.,' in a letter to tho S. M. Herald, says : — Ono .would think by your correspon dence on this subject that a new trade was boing opened to America (how the old hands will wonder) ; but I assure you that on two occasions previous to : , 1833, I selected for American manufacturers many hundred bales of Botany and Van piemen Lander's. The wool at tnat.timo was quite ditterent to that now grown, of good length, fine, sound, and other good- qualities giown from worn out merino sheep from the coast districts that had been sont over the mountains, the change of- feed, climate, &c., producing in a few years the most useful sort, admirably adapted for working up the American wool, which generally is short, because they then adopted the' plan of- shearing twice a year. -Your correspondents should not affirm that fine wools aro not grown in America, bccauso I believe they do produce the finest. The Spanish settlements at one time were in undated with the merin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

We thoroughly agroc with' ono thing' that Mr. Fetherstonhaugh in his published sermon has said— that there is too much tondency - with some persons to preach their own pecu liar religious dogmas rather than the great truths of Christianity, about which there can be no division of sentiment, and in. which every child of Adam has an equal interest. But this is -not, as ha would have us- to be lieve, the teaching .of all tho Churches of Christ,- and a breaking away from the ' stan dards of faith which th«y have set up 'is ?by no means an ovidcnco on the part of those who do so that such, conduct is proof of their truth and Christianity; So long as there is diversity of opinion on tho doctrines and truths taught in Scripture, v thero must be some common confession of faith for those who hold the same views, and: it is', folly to say that tho preaching of those doctrines is not Christianity. How would Mr. Fotliors ?tonhaugh like to be told that he cannot be a Christian because he has cer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. hayISanoh. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Accounts, Interest allowed on Eixed 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, AND NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns' in the United Kingdom. JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager. WILCANNIA. A BRANCH OF The Australian Joint Stock Bank is OPENED FOR the transaction of all usual Banking Business. ? ' J. N. ALL W pRTIT, 538u ; Manager. BOURKE. ~ A -BRANCH OF The Australian Joint Stock Bank IS OPENED . IjlOR tho transaction of all usual Banking : Business. DUNCAN M'ALISTER, 539u Manager. Bank of New South Wales. Capital £1,000,000. * Reserve Fund £333,333 6s. 8d. HAY BBM0H, DEPOSITS RECEIVED on Current Account, Interest allowed 011 Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, B...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY, October 20th, 8.7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

I BY ELECTIUG TELEGRAPH. (from 0 Utt OWN CORRESPONDENT.} SYDNEY. I Octobcr 20th, 8.7 p.m. A Sunday Freedom Association 1ms been formed at Melbourne. £'35,000 damage done at Brisbane by the burning of Pettigrcw's mills. Melbourne Cup— Goldsborough and Break 0' Day are at 5 to 1. The Governor's horses are going badly. Rosa Towel's, the juvenile actress is a great success at the Victoria Theatre. The weather is excessively warm. Murderous attack has been made by French seamen on the police at Newcastle, and Inspector Thorpe has been badly injured. ' The body of Miss Pcttit? missing from a Melbourne boarding school has been found in the Yarra. Sheep— A short supply. Cattlc— Price has given way. Beef, is now2Gs perlO.O

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. ' . Hay — Friday, 6th . March ; Friday, 31st ? - July. Deniliquin— Friday, 27th February ; Fri day, 24tli July ; Saturday, 19th December. Wagga Wagga— Saturday, 7th February ; Saturday, 4th July ; Friday, 27th November. Albury — Monday, 16th February; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December. _ *? Corowa — Saturday, 21st February ; Satur day, 18th July; Saturday;, 12tli December. Wentworth — Saturday, 21st March ; Saturday, 15tli August. . Bourke — Thursday, 7th May ; Wednesday,. 4th November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS Deniliquin— Thursday, 26th February Thursday,' 23nl- July; Friday, 18th De cember. ' , Wagga Wagga— Thursday, 5 th Fobruary; Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 26tli .No-- , vembor. 1 Albury— Friday, 13th; February ; Friday, lOtli July ; Friday, 4tli Decembor, . Bourke— .Friday, 8tli May ; Thursday, 5th November. ? '' ? Printed and published by tho proprietor John Anduew, at tho Wharf Store, Hay, Now South Wales.

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HILLSTON. Oct. 17th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

IIILLSTON. I (prom our own correspondent^ V ? Oct. 17th, 1874. p I ror tne past inontu we tiavo enjoyed that state otS beatitude described by Horace ' Jieatm illc qui# | procul nvgotus .' It would seem that business fluctu-w [ates in this locality with the rise and fall of the Lachlau;S |so that by applying' the rule of inverse proportion the® [height of the river above summer level being given, you lean ascertain with almost mathematical accuracy the,* amount of business doing hero. w A short time ngo there was a general— and I mie-htS add, a well-grounded— apprehension that tho Laehlaug country would be flooded to as great ah extent as it wast [about eight years ago. At that time, according to con-s [temporary accounts, a universal deluge seemed impend-n ing, Tlie waters of our neighbour, the Darling, formed g an Immense iuland sea between 1000 and 2000 miles? long with on expanse of from 2 to 20 miles; and the j flood waters were conveyed by channels that had becnS dried up time ...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

~ HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AIiniVAI.R. Sunday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuca Deniliquin, Wan ganella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). Monday— 12 n.m. From Maude, Balranald. 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesdny— 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandern, and : Sydney (via Wagga) Wednesday— 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Deniliquin, and Wanganella. Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandern, and Sydney (via Wagga) ' 11.30 a.m. Echuca, D niliquin, Wanganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Maude 5 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling OBPARTVRBS. Sunday — 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday— 0 p.m. Echuca,. Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney- (via Wagga) Wednesday— 6 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, c-Wanganclln, and Sydney (via Deniliquin). ' ' ..^i. -..&%/ . . 12 n. m. Mamie and Balranald lp.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, Darling, icc^' Friday— 0 p.m. Echuca, : Denfliquin, wanganella 7 p.m. Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Box closes halt ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

With the present number wc have readied the end of the first year of our existence as a public journal, and on such an auspicious occasion as this we very naturally feel n considerable amount of pride and lively satisfac tion. It b an interesting event in the household when the d?ar baby has not only laid aside its swaddling clothc3 but also cut its first tooth, and in a short dress takes its first step in life crowing^ and laugliiu0* in recognition 01 its paternal parent. But especially when the anniversary of its natal day comes round, aud the daugerous period of dentition, with the aid of 'soothing powders' and ' Gregory's mixture,' lias bcen passed, friends do not forget to toast the event and wish many happy returns of tho season to the hope of the family. We have reached that happy period, and can coagratu late ourselves that all the tuimrcrs wluchwer© threatened against us have been successfully passed, and tho sybil line prophecies of our old wet nurse. Mrs Gamp, 'have woefu...

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MELBOURNE. 17th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

| MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. \ 17th October, 1874. ! minister of the Baptist Church in this city, has resolved to resign his pulpit ami go to New Zealand on a lec turing tour. His congregation is no longer able to pay him the salary of £1000 per y£ar, and Tho rev. gentle man is driven to this course. He will bo missed amougst our men of literary rank, and the church in which he ministered will find it a difficult thing to fill his place. The Victorian Loan, which was floated in London, has * ueen omy partuuiy successiui, tne amount tendered for j being under one million, at the rate of Dig. The i balance will be offered again at the mininum fixed by \ the colony. The Hungarian loan of four millions was [ taken at once, mora thau three times the amount hav 3 ing been tendered for. j Affairs iu Spain seem still in an unsettled way, though r the Government has been recognized by the principal 3 Courts of Europe; Russia .excepted. The Spanish uni | bassador to the French Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

For Sale Cheap EIGHT WINDOWS, iron frame', lend diamond lights, stained glass margins, gothic tops, suitable for church, schopl-liouse, : public or private building. Dimensions,, ft. x ft. Apply to J. Andrew, Riverine Grazier office, Hay. e |litoke teller is published every 'Wednesday, at Hny, Murrumbidjree River, N.S.W. ' Subscription: £1 psr annum, or 5s. per quarter, payable in advance. . TO ADVERTISERS. The Riverine Grazier is by far the most widely cir culated news, -inner in Riverina, and oilers the greatest advantages to a Ivertisers. Charges fob Advertisements: For one insertion 3d. per line of space. For every insertion niter the first, 2d. ditto. Births, Marring-es, and Deaths, 2s. 6d. each Specially favorable rates for standing advertisements, and for si:cli a? are largely displayed.

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DEATH OF JOHN FAIRBAIRN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

DEATH OF JOHN FAIRBAIRN, Esq. ? § Wo ore sorry to have to announce the death of Johng Fairbairn, Esq.* Sheep Inspector of this district,. whichE took place on last Sunday morning, at 7 o'clock, atfe Emerald 11:11. About two years ago tlie deceased gentlc-ft man met with a severe accident by the fall of his horse,® when returning home from visiting some of the sta-S tions; which, although it did not seriously affect himj| at the time, soon began to show signs of injury to liisl system, by a twitching of the fiugcw, that proceeded up» the aVin, till eventually it reached his brain. He thcum lost his memory, and soon afterwards his power offi speecn. ;MrcJical aid was of no avail to arrest the pro-sH gress of the disease, and it was arranged to remove himsa to his friends in Melbourne. He had only readied thera place where he died on Saturday, and next morniug hegs suddeuly departed this life. .The news of his father's® death lmd only reached Hay about an hour before weffl heard of his...

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SYDNEY. October 16, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

SYDNEY. I (from OUR OWN CORJUESrONDENT;') I October 10, 1874.. The great news ot the wedk is the proclamation made in Fiji, on the 2nd October, aud reported here oa Thurs day, of the annexation, of tint country to the British Empire. Sir Hercules Robiuson. arrived at port Le yuka, in H.M.S. Pearl, on the 23rd September; the next day lie lauded, and was received very cordially by King Coeobau. By means of an interpreter they carried on a friendly conversation without entering oa business, which Sir Hercules deferred till the following day, for greater deliberation on. this important question, which wits iu uu suuimtceu. to uaeouau s uecision. sir ner eides praised tlie beauty of Fiji, and expressed a hope that the King would visit Sydney. He also told him that Lady Robinson had received a letter, expressed in very good English, from his son. Prince Joseph or Cerua. The next day (the 2oth), the representative of aur good Queen Victoria, and the Sovcrign of Fiji met, on board H.M.S. Di...

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THE PRINCIPLES OF SHEEP-BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

THE PRINCIPLES OF SHEEP BREEDING. On W ednesday, last week, at a meeting of tho Council of the Agricultural Society of Now South Wales as reported in tho Herald, Mr W. P. Gordon rcada paper on ' The principles that should guide breeders arid graziers for long wool and mutton.' We give tho following extracts : — ' It is said, on nil Ruins, slionn will r\nt. here and will not do there, and it is quite true that the merino will no longer keep himself in many localities, as lie once did, finding food and medicine provided by nature. But it does not follow as a necessary conscqucnce that no other breed, of sheep will thrive ,on these lands, or that no mutton is to be pro duced within thirty 'miles of our seaboard. Those who arrive at such a conclusion start from very falso premises — for first, there is as much difference between the sheep which experience has shown will not .thrive, and tho English long-wools, as between a lingo Clydcsdalo dray horse and an Arab or thoroughbred ; and se...

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AMATEUR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

AMATEUR CONCERT. i The concert for the benefit ot the Hay Hospital came| ofTlast Thuasday night, in the Masonic Hall, which the! Mayor (Mr Sabiuc) kindly placed at the disposal of thee amateurs free of charge. The hall was well lighted and! tastefully decorated — the audience being perhaps tiie- most fashionably and elegantly dressed of any that havej hitherto assembled at llay. The entertainment was J .preeminently a drawing-room one. The lady aud gentle-? men pertormeis sittiug about the stage as if at home. s Air James Macgregor? mauager of the A.J.S. Bank,S read the prologue as follows : — | They tell that brevity's the soul of wit, t And they tell trutli — To make the maxim fit | This present practice, I'll but preach in song I A curtailed sermon that shall not be long. | You're here, you've paid, we'll all I trust succeed. p If critical, pray take our will for deed. t When all is over may it stand confessed, | That you, and I, ami they, have done our 'level best,'? So may the ...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 21st October 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 October 1874

STOCK REPORT. I Riverine Grasier Office, W«?diif»sdftV. 91st npfnhtr 1ft7.t. I I'ho wentKer luw been uwci'iim^lv hot; rain liiw fre (juently tln-cnteneil. but hmnot come. It is niixiously looked for to nrresr tho development of. the locusts which the news pouring inll'rom all quarters describes as likely to ainomit io a plague. The wln'.e country is said to be aiive with tho yuuncr, aud at present wimjlesj, insects, which, if not providentially tlunneil oft' or destroyed, will ere another mouth elapses Imve taken flight to cat up every green thin*,; in their desolating course. The jua^ue na* it seems Ueen lelt iu Amerien, where plans have been tried successfully to destroy them in the em bryo state. The shearing is rapidly drawing to a close ; ?\Yftsluii£ will be finished on Illilfawa station to-ilay. Iu nnother week we shall bo able to Rive reliable informa tion with regard to. the extent of the clip. A considerable quantity of slock is 011 the move, both for market and to stock th...

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