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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Monday, 18th January. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Monday, ISth January. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) A well-known aboriginal named Sngarbag was brought up, charged with having been drunk and disorderly on the previous day. From the 6videnoe of Sergeant Cleary it ap peared that at about four o'clock on Sanday afternoon the prisoner aud another blnckfellow named " Tally-ho" were fighting in the Bwnmp, near the Railway. A lubra named Kitty was also engaged in the melee. The prisoner wa9 very drunk, and he was arrestod by witness and Conetable Couch. After he*'had been arrested " Sugarbag " endeavoured (o ofl'eot his escape by wriggling himself out of the hundsof his captorR, but he hud not succeeded in so doing. "Sugar bag " was much mors disorderly than any of the others, and he li-id evidently caused the disturb ance. • , He was sentenosd to 'IS hours' in prisoninenf. Ahred Bellman and William Ne wton Gardner, two very respectable-looking young man, each nbont twenty years of age, were brought up, charged with hav...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails duo from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days escepted) at I p.m. aud 10.35 p.m.; delivered nt 1.30 p.m. and Oa.m. ••■■■> Ditto, Down Travelling: Post Office, and GoornorigV daily - (Sundays excepted), at 10.35 p.m; delivered at 9 a.m.. Ditto, Up Travelling Post Office, Bunnjmede and Rochester, :dnily (Sundays excepted), at'l p.m*; de livered-at 1.30 p.m. Ditto Moama and Denili<iuih, daily (Suudays excepted), at 3.4-5 p.m.; delivered at 4.30"p.m... r Ditto, Hay, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and' Saturdays, at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. Ditto, Ulupna: "West, ICaaritnba, ICotupna, and_ Lower Moira, Thursdays, at 3p.m; delivered at 3.3) p.m. Mails close for Melbourno and Sandhurst, daily (Sun daysi excepted), at 7 a m. and 4 p.m. , Ditto, Travelling-. Post Office, Ruunymedc, and Ro chester, daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m.; Goor nong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m. Ditto, Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 7 a.m. Ditto, Moama and Deui...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869

C|t |Ukrate Jjerak SC11UGA, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1869. We are compelled to omit our leader and many items of general intelligence. The weather since our last iesue has been exceedingly mild, cool winds prevailing through out the day and tbe nights being o-jld in tho extreme for this aeason of the year. It is to be feered, howevtr, that this pleaeant order of things will be sucoeeded by an interval of heat, for there are no signs of the rain whioh is so urgently needed. Elsewhere appears a letter signed "Riverine," which wo extract from the South Australian Register, The writer draws a very unfavorable oimpatison between the work performed by the Grappler and that accomplished by tho Yictorian snagging parties. It is to be hoped that the at tention of tho South Australian Government will be attracted to the statements made by the writer, for it ia a pity that well in tentioned efforts should be practically useless. The system in vogue by the Viotorian Expedition has been wisely follow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869

Motteto, &c. ' J. SALOMON, I 351C «o> tfc<!aIlL9 Opposite the Government Wharf, j ECJIUCA. JS. begs to remind his friends and the » public that he supplies C © © Si ©BISKS Without lee, At. tlie Shades—the Coolest Place in Ecliuca. N.B.—-The Wires, &o., heed , no eulogy, their I quality-being now well known, - j 182 | ' ~ ; ~ ' " . W. Lawrence, IIoaicbi5sli:; Hotel and London' Concert Sloom. Good Accommodation for Travellers. Best Wines, Beer, and Spirits. ENTERTAINMENTS EVERY EVENING. Admission by Refreshment Ticket. 014 SUM BEE LAM II Of EL, Hare Street, Echnca. TWENTYMAN WILSON HAYIN9 opened tbe above Hotel, in'con nexion with his well-known v SHOEING FORGE, BegS: to inform his; friends and.the publio that they will meet with every attention at the new' •>' • • Hostelry. • T. W. truBtsj by keeping a ' Splendid Assortment of Wines, Spirits, and Ales, !. ' To morit n share' of pitronage in his new, : ■■ ■ business. - Fitzgerald's Fine Ales always on ...

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SNAGGING THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869

SNAGGING THE MURRAY. The following letter has recently been addressed to the Editor of the South Aus tralian Register:— Sir,—From your issue of to-day I notice that an offer of £10,000 has been made by the Govern ment of New South Wales for the South Austra lian snagboat. Under existing circumstances I think this might not be a bad speoulation for for South Australia: but as things might be, I cannot help thinking that the sale of the snag boat would be a considerable loss to tho colony, and a great drawback to the trade of the river. In the meantime, however, anyone who is in the least acquainted with the matter must know that the operations of the South Australian snagboat are not at all adequate to the expense connected with her, or what might be expected from her immense power and admirable appliances. She has, I believe, power by means of cranes and other appliances contained in herself to lift from the bed of the river a snag eight or nine feet in diameter. The Victorian snagb...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Tuesday, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 19th January. The branch steamer, with the English mails on board, arrived off Adelaide at ten minutes to eight this morning, bringing tele graphic'dates to the 22nd December. The following is a list of passengers per mail steamer :—Messrs Joske, Knight, Bugg, Owen, Bell, Sherrard, Hunter, Duigan. Lightfoot, Coggins, Mrs King, and Miss Kennedy. The introduction of the Victorian Loan has been deferred. Wool sales closed firm; opening prices were fully maintained. Fifty thousand bales have been taken for export. Tallow is lower. Arrived—Great Britain and Golden Sea. The ship Gossamer for Adelaide has been wrecked. The captain and his wife and eleven of the crew were drowned. Disraeli has been defeated. Gladstone in a few hours formed a new Ministry, the mem bers of which have been all since re-elected. The new Miuistry is as follows:—Glad stone, First Lord of the Treasury; Robert Lowe, Chancell...

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MAIL TIME TABLE.' [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

MAIL TIME TABLE.' Mails due from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily..(Sun days excepted) at 1 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.delivered ."at 1.30p.m. and 9a.m. ■ i V, . Ditto; Down Travelling Pbst Office, arid Gporhong, daily • (Sundays excepted), at 10.35 p.m ; delivered at 9 a.m. .Ditto, Up Travelling . Po3t. Office, Runnymede ■: and ; Rochester, daily (Sundays..excepted), at "l p.m;; de : (liyered at:1.30 p.m. . . - Ditto'iloaina and Deniliquin, daiiy (Suudays excepted), ."•:ht'3.45 p.m.delivered at 4130 p.ml . ' "Ditto;''Hay, Tuesdays, Thursdays,'-and Saturdays, at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. Ditto,; Ulupna.-West, Kaarimba, Kotupna, and Lower ; JMoira,'Thursdays, at 3 p.m; delivered at 3.30 p.m. Mails close for Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sua >' • days excepted), at 7 a m. and 4 p.m; > ■ Ditto, Travelling Post. Office,- Runnymede, and Ro chester, daily (Sundnjs excepted), at 4 p.m.; Goor , nong. daily (Sundays.excepted), at.4 p.m. ;Ditto, Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted)', at 7...

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LONDON COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

LONDON COMMPJIOFAJJ INTELLI GENCE. The Bank of j£o^-lnhd'd rate of" discount lias been raised to 3; per cent., with the view of cheeking the export of gold to the Continent, a considerable amount having been withdrawn lor that purpose. . The Bank's stock of gold fell from L19,844.000 on the 28th October, to L18,370,000 on the 2nd December. Russia alone took over a million. The public loans announced last month were chiefly for Continental railway purposes. They were readily taken up. Consols, 92J to 92jj, ex div. There is a proposal to issue American 5 per cent, bonds in Europe, payable in gold, and to cancel the existing 6 per cents. It has been received with much disfavor. ; Sir Goschen recently presided over a meet ing of foreign bondholders, when resolutions were passed in favor of forming a council for protecting the interests of the bondholders and defraying the expenses incurred thereby. A committee was appointed. Wool.—The current series of sales; opened on tbe 26th November...

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GREVILLE'S LATEST SPECIAL. BOMBAY, 28th December. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

GREVfLLE'S LATEST SPECIAL. Bombay, 28th December. Sir James and Lady Jk'ergusson and Cap tain the hon. Edgecombe, A.D.C., reached Bombay yesterday en route for Australia. They are now guests of the Governor of Bombay. They only remain in India till next mail, and will remain in Melbourne some days bufore proceeding to Ade laide. • London, 28th December, afternoon. . Arrival: Ship, George Thompson. Australian copper done at 84. Batavia, 16th December. The flour market has collapsed in conse quence of the heavy supplies. Beef is wanted to a small extent. Japan. The complete re-eBtablishment of the Mikado's power has been confirmed. He has taken up his residence at Yeddo. A position was reserved for foreigners to witness the royal procsssion on his arrival. We gather the following items from a con temporary :— Sir Houndell Palmer retired from the con test for the University of Oxford. Lord Amberley, Dr Russell, an4 Anthony Trollope were rejected. Seven Jews were elected, but no English...

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LATEST SPECIAL INDO-EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, 21st Dec. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

LATEST SPECIAL INDO-EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 21st Dec. The Ministry was completed on the 14th instar t. Next day the vacancies consequent upon the change of Ministry were announced as follows:—Mr Gladstone, Premier; Earl of Clarendon, Foreign Affairs; Mr John Bright, Board of Trade; Mr Robert Lowe, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Duke of Argyll, Secretary for India; Mr Cardwell, Secretary at War; Mr Childers, Admiralty; Sir W. Page Wood, Lord Chancellor; Earl Granville, Secretary for the Colonies; Mr Chichester Fortescue, Secretary for Ireland ; Earl Spencer, Viceroy of Ireland; Mr Forster, Secretary of the Council of Education ; Earl de Grey and Ripon, President of the Council; Earl of Kimberley, Privy Seal; Lord Hart ington, Postmaster-General; Mr Goschen, President of the Poor Law Board; Mr Lay ord, Commissioner of Works; Mr O'Hagan, Chancellor for Ireland; Sir R. P. Collier, Attorney-General; Mr Coleridge, Solicitor General ; Lord Moncreiff, Lord Advocate for Scotland. The follo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

Wanted WANTED a good female Cook. Apply Red man's Commercial Hotel, Eohuoa. 7 Venders. TENDEliS requind to make thirty thousand Bricks. Apply Mr Hogarth's store, Eohuoa. 131 lo be Sold or Let. For Sale or to £et, The Caledonian Hotel, CONTAINING Nineteen Apartments, fitted with every oonvenienoa for carrying on the oomfortable Family Hotel and Bar Trade, whioh the present tenant, Mr Gtorge Melville, has B3 successfully established. Possession oan be given to suit the purchaser or tenant. For particulars apply to N. M'Arthur, brewer. Eohuoa, 12th January, 1869. 123 To Lett THE Large Briok Store at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 money MONEY TO LEND. Apply to B. It. Ste venson, Ratoliffe-street. 124 uanlis. ANK OF VICTORIA ECHUCA BRANCH. BH IGM-SXIUKfiT,' (Neat the Police Station). Qbneiial Banking Business transacted. Deposit Receipts Granted, and Interest on same allowed if fot a fixed terra; Bills Discounted at Current Rates, Cheques aiid Orders Coll...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From our latest telegraphic intelligence wo gather the following:— Queenscliff. The Rangitoto run ashore on the sand bank near Symond's Channel on Thursday last. As it is high water, she will probably require assistance before getting off. Sydney. The commission appointed to consider the supply of Sydney with water have brought up n progress report, recommending the em bankment of the Nepean, so as to supply Sydney by gravitation, from a f >urce about 4000 feet above the level of the city. The estimates of expense are being prepared. It is expected to be a very large amount, as the water would flow for many miles through a canal along the mountain ridges. The proposal to continue the pension of L300 per annum to the widow of the late Dr. Bland was rejected by the Assembly after discussion, there being fifteen in favour, and eighteen against. The Ex-Premier declined to give evidocce before the Select Committee of the Assembly as to the alleged conspiracy ...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

CALEN 1)AR FOR:TH IS WEBR. ; January. PIUSES 0 P THE BOOS, Last quart) r. Tuesday, 5tb, 4.2 pm. New moon . .Wednesday, 13th, 4.33 a.m. Firatquarter..Thursday, 21st, 10.6 e.m. Full moon •••-. .Thursday. 28th, 11.10 a.m. ' ' Apogee .. 17th, 5 a.m. Perigee .. 29th, 11a.m.; AT KCDUCA. Days of the Sun. Date .Week. Moon. Rises. : Sets. H..M. n. ir. H. 21. 23 Saturday 4 5' 7 19 S. 12 32 a. m 24 Sunday 4 6 7 18 1 10 25 Monday 4 8 7 18 1 56 26 Tuesday 4 9 7 17 2 49 27 Wednesday.. 4 10 7 16 3 49 28 Thursday . 4 11 7 lo R. 7 28 p.m. 29 Friday 4 12 7 15 8 14

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PROPOSED NEW SCAB ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

PROPOSED NEW SCAB ACT. A larfje and influential deputation of squatters and flookmasters waited on last Thursday on the Chief Secretary and the Attorney-General, to urge upon the Government the propriety of adopting the South Australian Soab Act as the new act for this colony. There were present on the deputation Messrs J. B. Hnghes, C. H. Mac knight, Fairbairn, Finley, W. Rutledge, W. Learmontli, Niohol, Colburn, H. Cuningham, C. Croaker, T. Baillie, J. Sutherland, Edward Willis, and a number of other station-holders. Mr Macknight said the deputation had waited upon the Ministers for the purpose of recommend ing to the Cabinet the adoption of the South Australian Scab Act as the Amended Soab Act of this colony, with a few alterations which were marked on the margin of a copy of the South Australian Act, whieh he held in his hand. All tbe gentlemen present with him were unanimous in miking the Teoommendc.tion. They did not ccme t'aere to discuss ths provisions of the Sonth Australia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. To afford the utmost facility to business men for obtaining the publicity tliey require, the following scale of charges for advertising in the Riverine Herald has been adopted. £ s. d. For one inch for one insertion 0 5 0 One inch for two insertions 0 8 6 One inch for one month, or 8 insertions 1 4 6 Ditto for three montliB, or 26 insertions 2 10 0 Advertisements consisting of not more than twenty four words, will be charged two shillings. No advertisement can be withdrawn without a written notice to that effect. In no case will an advertisement be posted to an account for a less sum than three shillings. NOTICE. Advertisements for tills paper cannot be received after nice o'clock on the evening: previous to publication. 495

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ECHUCA GENERAL SESSIONS. Friday, 22nd January, 1869. (Before His Honour Judge Macoboy) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

ECHUCA GENERAL SESSIONS. Friday, 22nd January, 1869. (Before His Honour Judge Macoboy ) Mr O'Loghlen appeared oil behalf of the Crown. As William Hatt did not answer to his name when the jury were being sworn in, he was called under a f ne of £5. James Hackford and Thomas Slater pleaded guilty to oharges of having stolen two horses, bridles and saddles, the property of Hiram Smith, of Colbinabbin, and George Burke, of Sheppar ton. They were remanded until this morning for sentence. There were several other charges against the prisoners, who were very young. Elwara Coulston Powell pleaded guilty to a charge of having obtained, by means of a false and fraudulent order, the sura of £14 7s Gd, from Messrs Stabbs and Co., High-street, on the 27th .November, and he was sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment. The particulars of this caso have been recently given in our columns. Julius Shanlank was charged with having, on the 10th of May, 1867, obtained from Charles Ward the sum of one ...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

C|e fvikriitc Jfjtrak ECSUGA, SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1869. Those who are but imperfectly acquainted with the business, the proclivities, and the inclinations of the average journalist fre quently fall into the sad mistake that he is ever on the look out for a blunder, a scandal, or a sensation. No more vulgar, more popu lar, or more egregious error obtains, for if the truth were but known it would be ascer tained that the very reverse is the fact. It is all very well to boast of the independence of the press, and of its utter indifference to the annoyance that may be occasioned by even the most intemperate of its strictures; but however well this sort of thing may read on paper, or sound, towards the winding up of a public dinner, it is foolish and untenable after all. Every one knows, or at lea=t ought to know, that :he press is the peculiar pro perty of the people; and that by them, and by them alone, it lives and has its being. The merchant can no more hope to prosper by persistently...

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THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. We supplement our telegram of last Tues day with the following1 items, from Greville and Co., Renter's Agents .— Sir James Fergusson, the new Governor of South Australia, took the Bombay steamer at Aden, with a view to visiting the Presidencies. He will proceed by the next mail to Melbourne, and thence to Adelaide to commence his gubernatorial duties. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN EPPRESS. London, 4th December. Discount, 3 per cent,. Consols for money, 92| to 92§; for account, 92|to9|. The Australian mails of October reached London via Marseilles on 30th November, and will arrive, via Southampton, to-morrow (5th December). The Queen and Royal Family still remain at Windsor Castle. The Prince and Princess of Wales left on 17th November for their foreign tour. They are at the present date at Copenhagen. Parliament was dissolved on the 10th No vember, and the elections commenced on the 16th. Mr Gladstone was rejected for the south-west division of Lancashire, but now takes ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

IMPODNDIBGS. Impounded at Echuca on tho 25th December, 1838; trespass Id each. 671 sheep, Iiko three-pronged fork off rump, T on ribs. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold oiTtho 20th January, 1SG9. Impounden at Echuca on: the 26th December, 186S ; trespass Is each. : 1 -Eoan Bullock, cock horna, piece out off ear, M H off '.rump nnn ribs. ' > 5 Strawberry Bteer, cock hornB, piece out'off.bar,"C :H off rump, O or G off ribs. - - lied and while steers cock horns, HI off rump ; ■ If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold oh the 27th Januajy, 18C9. GEORGE JAMIESOIf, Poundkeeper.

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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

.ECHUCA. BOROUGH COUNCIL The Council met at the uanal hour on "Wednes day evening. Present—Gis Worship the Major, Crs Graham, Nolan, Hansen, Newbould, HayeB, and Nield. The minutes of the previous meeting, as also of the Committee meeting, were read and confirmed. TIib correspondence did not contain any subject of importance. WATER CHARGES. The Town Cleric said he had visited nearly all those who had the water supply, and had arranged with all but a few; and that owing to the low state of the River Murray, the Council had now to pay about 14a a day for hand pumping the water from the Murray into vlie well of the engine. It was resolved that at least, pending this extra expense, the oharge at the stand-pipes should be 6d par 100 gallons of water, | REPORT, The consideration of the report of tie Com mittees appointed to examine into fie water oharges was deferred. TIIB COMMON'S DTE-LAW. The committee appointed to consider the bye laws for the Eohuca Borough Common, reported verbally t...

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