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SWAN HILL. June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
SWAN H(LL. [from the puntman.] June 17. | 1 could not wait for ray first remittance wherewith to purchase a fresh supply of writing paper, without making a break in these my weekly lucubrations—so that, as you will observe, I have been compelled to make use of the blank pages of old letters. As I prognosticated in my last, the steamboats have fairly commenced their season, and I am kept continually on the alert day and night, looking after the wellfare of my great " stand by," the punt rope. With their—the steamers' —advent there has been another gentleman aroused from his slumbers. I mean our re spected custom-house officer, Mr Wyse; and, truth to say, he seems much happier looking now that he has something to do. There has been a talk some time of getting up races this year, but the subscription list has been adorning host Simpson's bar n long while without getting even respectably filled up, and I am afraid the idea for this year will have to be abandoned, for the town, and I mig...
SANDHURST. Tuesday, 22nd June, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
SANDHURST. (Fnoit own own cohhespoxdent.) Tuepdny. 22nd June. I860. 345 cattle—market very brisk; '46 calves, good prices; 3914 cheap. Cattle—JOS, Mcore'? (Arntula), middling Find plain— buUoeke £7. cows £414« Cd; 40, O'rfliamtsav'ii(MbiTa), pigomeat, £'Z; 192, WflU.ims'o (Yunga), middling— buliMka £7 Hi, cuws £o 15s,
TOWN IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
TOWN IMPROVEMENTS. We oannot omit in our brief notices from timo to time of the progress of the town of Echuca to give a brief historical sketch of the initiation and completion of the building THE ECHUCA TOWN HALL. As our readers are already aware, it was iu 1867 that the rapid development of tho Border Borough suggested the desirability of erecting municipal offices worthy of a town that gave promise of taking a conspicuous place among the boroughs of Victoria, and which bado fairly to fulfil the remarkable prediction made as far back as the year 1801) by one "John Wright, Esq, London," in a work entitled "Christianity and Commerce— "Progression of Railways"—a work in which the author foreshadowed the foundation of a future "central city as nearly eqi " distant as possible" from Melbourne, Syd ney, and Adelaide, and, on an accompanying map, indicated the site a point within a very few miles of Echuca. Towards the end of 1867 the Council dccided upon erecting a Town Hall, and negot...
STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
STOCK AND PRODUCE M Xrkrtr A dull creek in the horse, cattle, and auction market s reported by the stock ngcuU ou Saturday l^pt. Quota inns—heavy draught hones*, from £80 to £40 • medium do., from £15 to]£20; liiht hsroesg anil linckB, from £2 (o £3.l0s; cows, with calves, from £5 to £S. . The Hcndigo Advertiser reports nevr hay at from £G 10s to £7 5s per ton; olhor eorts, from £2 to £3 5s per ton; potatoea, from £5 l'Oa to £7; flour, from £13 to £13 10s per ton.
The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
JSCHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1S08. Fancv any man of experience in colonial affairs halting or hesitating in his opinion as to the advisability of adopting prompt and energetic action in the matter of the establishment of manufactories. Surely, no such person can have given the subject the consideration which tho fur therance of the national interests demands on tho part of every sane citizen. The manu facture of all marketable commodities should engage our attention, and enlist our earnest co-oporation. These are the sources from whence we shall have to look for an increased and permanent prosperity. There cau be no question about it; and it becomes, therefore, our bounilen duty to ourselves, to our fellow countrymen, and to those who are to come after us, to exert ourselves by every means in our power for tho establishment and extension of all sorts of manufacturing industries. But when the opportunity is afforded us of forming factories of an almost exclusively Australian characte...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. .Tune 22. The Mnrrny (wlmif gauge) is 8ft lia abovo summer level,'and falling slightly. [BY ELECTKIC TELEGRAPH.] The MtJKKAr. Albury .. 2lt lia above summer level Wabgnnjah.. . 3ft Oin ,, ,, Swan Hill .. 7ft 6in ,, ,, Eu'ton .. Rft Oin „ ,, Barua .. 5ft 11 in „ „ The WnERUsniriiaEE. Gundagai .. 3ft 3in ,, ,, Wngga Wagga 4ft 8in „ „ Balranald .. 10ft Otn ,, ,,
LECTURE AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
LECTURE AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Poet Cowper and his works formed the subject of a lecture delivered on Monday evening by the Rev. George Mackie, of South Yarra, to an audience which filled the Pres byterian Church. The lecturer handled the subject ably, and after giving a very correct outline of the character of Cowper, as well as of his habits and manner of life from his boy hood, to the ripe old age at which he died, read several selections from hiB works, from which were shewn the general cast of his mind, and the scope of his poetic powers. The genial and kindly disposition and domestic virtues of the silver bard were dwelt upon with a view to the inculcation of the desira bility of cultivating the social amenities, and of acquiring a love of home. In treating of Cowper, to have forgotton John Gilpin would have been tantamount to placing the play of Hamlet on the stage of the Theatre Royal at the present time without Montgomery, or to attempting to pass a Land Bill denud...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
Hollo"wav's 1'jr.L".—Tb^se ce'ehrotod Pills are especially useful in purifying (lie blood, cleansing (be stomach, gently atirnulaving the kulneyp. and acting at mild*aperients.i A-few doses of l.bia purHyiug medicine Bet tlie foulest stomach right, remove all . bilious symptoms,;steady the circulation,, give .Bliauth to fho musiles, and composure to the brain and nerves. The Fills are so innoxious lb:it they may be token by persons in the most.delicate.state of. health, and,with marvellous effects When the system'has been enervated by over indulgence, or exhausted by mercurial preparations, these Pills are excellent restorativesj they expel the poison and enrich the blood.—Auveriinement. ;,.,r IMPOONDWGS. Impounded at Echuca, oil the 21ft of May; trespass, &lt;ld each':— Brown or black horse, bang tail, star, o near shoulder, Brown mare, long tail, star, near fore and hind coronets white, S near shoulder, like J-I over 25 off shoul der.: If hot claimed and expenses paid, wil...
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JUNE. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.. Jtob. PHASES OF THE MOON. Last quarter . Wednesday, 2nd, 5.1p.m. New moon ..Thursday, 10th, 1.32 a.m. Fir6t quarter . .Thursday, 17th, 11.55 a.m. Fall moon . .Thursday, 24th, 11.19 a.m. Apogee .. 3rd, 10 a.m. Perigee .. 16th, 8 p.m. AT ECU OCA. Days of tho Sun. Date Week. Moon. Rises. Sets. ir. ii. H. M. n. jr. 23 Wednesday.. 7 17 '4 46 S. 6 0a.m. 24 Thursday . ■ 7. 17 4 47 ft. 3 7p.m. 2ft Friday 7 18 4 47 6 0 26 Saturday 7 18 4 47 6 55 27 Sunday 7 18 4 48 7 52 28 Monday 7 18 4 48 8 48 29 Tuesday 7 18 4 48 9 43
PRIMITIVE FRONTIER INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
PRIMITIVE FRONTIER INDUSTRIES. In looking around at the industries that are establishing- themselves about us, we ought not entirely to overlook what was done by those enterprising pioneers one scarcely hears a word about now-a-days. We ought not quite to forget how hard Mr Jemes Maiden, then a large capitalist, worked, and how he expended thousands on this part of the Mur ray—all thrown away past redemption as far as ho himself is concerned, but not without benefit to those who are living here now. It is quite twenty years, if not more, since he first settled cn the other side of the river with stock. He was a shrewd-headed, industrious, and speculative man, but, unfortunately, his education was sadly deficient, and his want of the knowledge of the arts of reading and writing brought him ultimately to grief. Ha formed stock stations, marked out bush roads leading from the interior to market, and de voted his energies to the foundation of a town —that now lively little village oppos...
A STRANGE NIGHT'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
A STRANGE NIGHT'S WORK. (From Bell's Messenger, April 10.) j A few nights ago a band of eighty men interested in reclaiming the fallen women of the streets of London, sallied forth into the principal thoroughfares upon a midnight mission. Their object was to present a couple of little tracts, in a scaled envelope, to every unhappy wanderer they might. The tracts were of a very simple character, well calcu lated to stir remembrances of better things in the hearts of those who were not entirely lost to all sense of shame, and to bring a ray of hope into the breasts of those who were fast losing their way in the darkness of despair. What the secrets of London are, after the theatres and other places of amusement have elosed—on towards midnight—those who are outat'such times will know; and the workers who were bent upon their unusual mission saw nothing unusual. They saw the gay daughters of fashion of the vilest kind, who were under "protectors," rolling away in broughams and cabs; the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Tho Siicrinc Herald is published every Wednesday and Saturday,- and-despatched by tho New South Waleu and Victoriau-Hails of the same day. In the township of ECQUCAa delivery is effected before 7 a.m.; and in MOAMA before 9 a.m. on the mornings of publication. Subscription, 12s per quarter, or 10s G'd if paid in advance, with postage added to country subscribers. Subscribers commencing after the beginning of a quarter will be charged proportionately to the termination of the current thrco mnntlia. The regular quarters com mence on the 1st of January, April, July, and October in each year. Orders to discontinue cannot be received after the beginning of a quarter, and should befortvarded during the last month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all arrears then owing; nor can any advertise ment he withdrawn without a written notice to that effcct.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
Wool, Stations, Ag-encses, Ac J^ALMAHOY 3AMPBJ2LL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Bourke-stbeet West, Melbourne. Jamf.s Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. FonsTTH & Co., do. Wagga VVagga Bo do. Dubbo 308 Advances on station Properties. HE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital fox investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On ' - Squatting Peopeeties Iu Victoria and New South Wales. Buiqht Bootitbus & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 292 T Business Notices. Re-opening of the Cafe, High-street, Ecliuca. "Wm Joiibstose BEGS to anpoiinoe that be has taken the above premises, lately in tho occupation of M.r Dewar, where he intends to carry on the business of a Pastrycook and Baker, And hopes to be favoured with a fair 3hare public pntronage. N.B.—The 41b loaf is reduced to 8d this day. June 1st, 1869. 363 0 H N ;tFE • R G U SON, Saddler. Ac, .. . • ....
DENILIOUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 18th June. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
DENILIQIJJN. Pastoral Times Officc, 18th June. I At Denilicuui the weather r beautiful; River F.il'.rard ricing rapidly; we shall coon hare bater supplies of beef, ea cattle are reported £3 fattening fuEt. We hear of several muetera contemplated in the district for Vic torian markets, 1 £00■ fa'. t-hscp (.Clark and Macleay's) crossed on Saturday, for Melbourne; 0000 (Jennings) on Sunday), and 4000 (Degraves'G); 11,(100 oil Tuesday (Murray and Watson's) returning to Calirno from the hills; and on Friday "20C0 fit alieep (Chambers'b) for Melbourne.
STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
STOCK RKPQIiTS, & c. ECHUCA AND TJOA.MA. The following mo'oa of Block hcvo cros cd since our last issue:— June 19 —1000 fat steep, Burridge, Murrumbidgee. Juno 21—2208 fat cheep, Clarke niiu H'Leay, Mur rumbidgee. Large mobs of eto-.k are ai route for Melbourno from tlie Murrumbidgee district. 20,000 Eheep of Messrs Waller and Oortoti's vere in tlio neighbourhood of Hay on Monday, The Metsrs Burcher Brothers (on account of Moore) arc intending to muster shortly, and will send a fine mob of cattle to town. H. II. Welsh, Esq., is likely to follow suit. The caterpillars on the Lachl.in end Murrumbidgee are still as bad as ever, eating up the grass in large quantities. Our correspondent at Hay last week paid a visit to Mr M'Evoy's station at 'Woolan dool, and the damage done to the cabbages by these pests is really wonderful. Light rains fell at Hay on Saturday and on Sunday morning. . Ab we predicted in our last, tho ehango which took" place in the weather on Thursday morning h...
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
SHIPPING^ ECHUCA &nbsp; &nbsp; ARRIVED, June 21—Riverina, steamer, and barge Lachlan, D. Bowers, master, from Hay, with cargo of wool. W. McCulloch and Co., agentas. June 21— Adelaide, steamer, and two punts, Puliar, master, from Bamah with 10,000 feet of railway sleepers, and 18 piles for the Sandridge Town Pier. DEPARTURES. June 19—Pearl, steamer, and barge Symmetery, Randall, master, with full cargo for Hay. F. Hogarth, agent. June 22—Riverina, steamer, and barge Lachlan, D. Bowers, master, with 6O tons of cargo for Hay. W. McCulloch and Co., agents. The Victoria and barge arrived at Hay on Saturday. The Alfred and barge Alice passed Balrancld yesterday morning, after a good run from this port. Tho Jane Eliza arrived at Wahgunyah on Sunday, and left on the following day for Albury. The Cumbe- roons left Wahgunyah for Albury on Saturday. The J.H.P. arrived at Swan Hill on Saturday, and left next day for Hay.
THE MURRUMBIDGEE HAY, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 June 1869
THE MURRUMBIDGEE (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Hay, June 21. &nbsp; From the rapid rise of the river we may safely conclude that the annual river traffic has commenced. Captain Dorward arrived on Saturday evening with the steamer Victoria and barge. He is now quickly unloading and hopes ere many days to be up here again with 100 tons of cargo for Wagga. I observe another merchant has entered the list of com- petition in this small place. Mr T. E. Blew- itt, formerly clerk to J. H. Pollard, has started business in the receiving store rented from Messrs Moss Brothers. Our energetic towns- man Mr. James Simpson, blacksmith, having read a great deal lately about the Melbourne velocipedes, determined to make one himself and, succeeded in doing so, after a kind. It is laughingly called Simpson's "centipede." &nbsp; On a gentleman getting into it the other day he luckily escaped with his legs skinned, but they had a narrow chance of being smashed. Since then Mr. S. has made...
NEW SOUTH WALES METROPOLITAN HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869
NEW SOUTH WALES METROPOLI TAN HANDICAP. The weights for the Metropolitan Handicap are as follow :— Glencoe' Tim Whiffler .. Warrior Warwick Italian Stumpy Phoebe My Dream .. Manuka Gasworks Moor .. Sir John Traverton .. Circassian .. Kingfisher Albany Carnation Blondin Orville Coquette The Earl Darkie .. Freetrader ;. st. lb. st. lb. 10 9 Antelope . "7 ' 2 10 5 The Duke . 7 1 8 13 "Ragpicker ; ;; . 6 13 8 13 Sir William . . 6 12 -■ 8 13 liosebud' . 6 10 8 8 Barbelle . 6 9 8 2 Grey Momns . . 0 8 8 2 Itawdon . 6 7 8 2 Amethyst . G C 8 ~2 Camel .. : . 6 6 8 2 Al . 6 4 7 12 Chancellor . 0 4 7 9 Lamplighter . . 6 4 - 7 8 Charon.. . 6 4 7 8 Detective . 5 13 7 8 Partisan ■■■; . •5 13 7 6 Idle Boy . 0 12 ■ 7 6 Masaniello . .... . a 12 . 7 4 Agnss .. . 5 10 7 4 Qneen Beo 5 9 7 4 Fleetwing 5 7 7 3 Catapult , . . 5 7 7 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869
WanteiS uroiicE. To Masters of Steamers and others. WANTED a Master for the steamer Yiotoria, between Kohuca and WasgJi Wagga, Applications, with testimonials, to be sent in to the uudersigned not later thtin 1st. July proximo. J. S. Edjiondson, See i>ro tcm. ~Waega Wn&lt;r&lt;ra. June 14th, 18fi9. 386 Tenders Tenders WANTED for cutting Firewood. For par particulars applv Fiunklin & SiraCKEr/r,, Emu Tannery. Echnca, 23rd June, 1869. 396 Ho Htc Sold or Lei. To let, A DESIRABLE BRICK SHOP, in the best part of High street, lately ocoupied by Messrs Ford. Apply to Mr Noble. 258 For Male, A FIRST-CLASS BUTCHERING BU3I JA. NESS. Apply T. "Waltiiam & Co, 381 High street, Eohuca, COTTAGE RESIDENCE for SALU in Conolly street, occupied by A. R. Ford. Apnly office of this paper. 395 TO LET. a Four-roomed Cottage, in Anstruther street, next the Catholio reserve. Applv to Mrs Clemens. 70 To Let. THE Large Briolc Store at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to He...