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MOAMA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 23rd June. (Before Mr. George Maunsell, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

MOAJIA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 23rd June. (Before Mr. George Maunsell, P.M.) John Jones, carrier, of Moira, was brought up on a warrant, charged with unlawfully rescuing three working bullocks, the' said bullocks being then lawfully impounded and in the custody of William Smith, servant to the Moama poundkeeper. William Smith deposed : I am servant of Mr Hulkes, poundkeeper at Moama. The day before yesterday I was in charge of three working bullocks. I took them out to f?ed yesterday morning. When just before Mr Tupholme's fence, in the township, I saw de fendant walk towards the bullocks. I walked up to the bullocks at the same time. He then attempted to drive the bullocks away, when I asked him if he had an order from the pound keeper. lie said he had no order, but that he would take the bullocks as they were ille gally impounded. I attempted to prevent him taking the bullocks, when he rushed up and struck me, and in consequence I was com pelled to give lip the bullocks to him. H...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

ECriUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The Council met on Wednesday evening1. Present the Mayor, Crs Hansen, Nield, Nolan, Newbould, Weaver, and Graham. It was decided, with reference to an application from the Echuca Cricket Club, that they should have the use of the large room of the Town Hall on Monday evening; next, on depositing1 L10, to provide against any possible damage, and paying a fee of L2 2s for the use of the Hall, lighting and cleaning done by the Council's servants, but this arrangement not to form a precedent. A similar application from Mr Lawrence, of the Homebush Hotel, was dealt with in the same manner. On the motion of Cr Nield, seconded by Cr Newbould, the Town Clerk was appointed Health Officer. The Council then adjourned.

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. On Tuesday evening, in the Legislative Council, the County Courts Bill was passed through committee, the Coroner's Statute Amendment Bill was read a second time, considered in committee, and some amend ments made, when the House adjourned till next Tuesday. In the Legislative Assembly, a debate took place on a charge of injustice brought by Mr Everard against the Minister of Lands. The debate on the Land Bill was resumed by Mr Wilson, who declared himself in favor of the leading principles of the mea sure, and contended that arbitrary powers should be given to the Minister of Lands. He was followed by Mr Macpherson, who also approved of the bill. Mr M'CuIIoch, in a speech of considerable length, admitted that he was interested in squatting pursuits, but he never intended to hold his interest in them to perpetuity. A panic would ensue if squat ters were harshly dealt with. The bill, he maintained, would tend generally to the in creased prosperity of the countr...

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FELLMONGERING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

FELLM0N6 HIRING. The following description of the process of stripping wool from the pelts, adopted at M. Chataia's fellmongering establishment, at Mossman's Bay, near Sydney, will be interest ing at the present time to many of our readers. It is taken from a report published in a late issue of the S. M. Herald:—When the skins are brought in, they are at once, and without any previous preparation, painted oil the flesh side with a thick coating of a prepara tion in which the chief ingredients are lime and sulphuric acid. They are then neatly folded up and put on one side, one by one, until the whole lot has been treated. The action of this preparation is so speedy, that three hours after its application the wool can be removed more readily and evenly than by the ordinary sweating process By the lat ter, incipient decomposition is induced, the epidermis of the pels is destroyed, and the roots of the wool are freed. This mode of operation must, to a certain extent, injure the pelt, mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

Hollowiy's 1'ills.—These colebrated Pills are especially useful in purifying the blood, cleansing Iho stomach, gently stimulating tlie kidneys, and acting at mild aperients. A few doses of this purifying mcdicino bet the foulest stomach right, remove all bilious symptoms, steady the circulation, give strcnth to tho muscles, and composure to tlie brain and nerves. The Pills are so innoxious that they may be taken by persons in the most delicate state of health, and with marvellous effect. When the system has been enervated by over indulgence, or .exhausted by mercurial preparations, these Pills are excellent restoratives; they expel the poison and enrich the blood.—Advertisement

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

DENILTQUIN. Chronicle Office, June 23. Here during the week reported transactions have aB yet been nil, excepting the Bale by Mr W. H. Graves, for Ryan and Hammond of 200 store bullocks on account of Messrs Wolseley, Gibbs and Co.— to George Watson, Esq., at £5 per head. The crossings have been confined to fat sheep, and in this stock passings have been more than sufficient to supply the market on the south of the Murray. On Friday last 2500 of Clarke and M'Leay's passed; and on Saturday 1200 of Godfrey and Chambers' from PevenBey; on Sunday, 1700 from Corce, Wilson's; and the following lots on Monday1500, Patterson's, of Connrgo ; and 2600 of the Hon W. Campbell. On Tuesday another of 2500 followed from Tubbo, Peter's; and to-day (Wednesday) 2400 from Nap Nap, M'Far lane's, in the hands of £;tershank and Co.—making altogether about 14500 sheep for the week. Several flocks are behind ; one from Mr Dow, and another from Hr Tyson. 2000 store sheep, Spencer's, are alBO this side of Jer...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

... BIRTH. BmiOESS.—On the 24th of inst., at Monma, Now South Wales, the wife of Joseph Bird Burgess, of a son. MARRIAGE. Pierce—Gray.—On the 23rd instant, at Christ Church, Echuca, by the Rev A. J. M'Causiand, P. 0. Pierce, draper, High-Btreet, to Alice, fourth daughter of the late Mr John H. Gray, of Kennington, London.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

RBercliasMltac MOORE BROS & CO., Beohivo Stores, VASiEj ' BfiAXEi, SA.K 29EEXTBiSTT, Having recently added tlie WINE and . SPIRIT BUSINESS to the other Branches of our Establishment, we respectfully solicit tho attention of Friends and the Public generally to our stock, which consists of the best and most approved brands of Spirits and Beers, and the choicest variety of Foreign and Colonial Wines, which we are determined to sell at 3Iclboume Priccs, carriage added. For tho convenience of Families and small consumers, we are putting up Spirits of the best quality in Btone bottles (bearing our name, &c.) in gallon, half gallon, and quart Imperial mea sure. at Wholesale Prices. Sjtii'its. IlenncBsy'B and Otara'a old Brandy in bulk and case, pale and dark Dunville's and Campbelltoii Whiskey, in bulk and case, bottled by ua Hollands and "Warrenheip Geneva, London Gin, and Old Tom. Kinighan'3 celebrated LL Dublin Whiskey Direct from the maker. Wia«es. Cbampagna, in quarts,...

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MELBOURNE. 23rd June, 1869. MESSRS. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

MELBOURNE. 23rd June, 1869. MESSRS. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPOllT. Fat Cattle.—12C0 have been entered for the week's supply, principally from the Gipps Land district; 940 head nave been sold this day at an advance of 20s per head on best qualities, and 15s on second quality, over last week's quotations, and the greater portion of those sold were only light weight cows and very indifferent. Trade was brisk throughout, and the market closed firm. Wo quote best bullocks from £10 to £11 5s; second £8 to £9; inferior £5 to £7 ; best cows from £7 10a to £8 15s; second from £5 to £6; inferior from £4 up Fat Calves—111 head wero yarded, being a larger supply than usual, the majority of the lots being inferior, but anything good made late rates. We quote best from 6'is to 70s; second do., from 30s to -10s ; inferior from Ids to 20s. Fat Sheep.—21.500 wero drawn for the week's supply, but only 17,500 came forward, the deficiency being caused, no doubt, by parties near town declining to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

BANK HOLIDAY. (TIHURSDAY NEXT, 1st July (Separation J- Day), will be observed as a holiday by the Banks. ...... 403 BANK OF VICTORIA. THIS Bank will he closed on Thursday next, 1st July, for the Half-Yearly Balance of Accounts. J. Lee Aecher, 404 Manager.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

RlefiicaB. ECHUCA DISFEBSA3T Mr. H. CEOSSEN, J. W. SIBLEY, M.D., "j Formerly SEiSitiary Ssirs"e©30, Ferny-street, F.chnen. 412 J. L. SIMON D S CMEJIM iBK«i I535.?J(&©ES3'E,J ^(Opposite Mr E. Tlamnn's stoic), HIGH STREET, fiCHUCA Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, &c. Prescriptions carefully dispensed. -■ Teeth Extracted. L E E C H E S, C H ? P I II G, i Eorso and Cattle Medicines, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, &e. ' 1401 1UBISICAI. IB. A-SjXj, High-street, Ecnuc.i. F. P U L L I N G, Dispensing and Family Chemist. Teeth Extracted. 804

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

$Ltkrrae Icrali ECEUCA, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1869. / The case of the pastoral tenants of the Crown has never been more clearly or fairly stated, we think, than it was by the Chief Secretary on Tuesday evening, in addressing himself to the House in support of the second reading of the Land Bill. The position of the State in reference to them was, ho said, precisely similar to that occupied by the proprietor of a large estate in relation to his tenants. At the expiration of their leases it would be in his power, of course, to increase their rentals, but at the same time it would be to his interest to consider well whether it would be prudent and judicious to do so. Circum stances of such a nature might possibly have occurred during the tenure of the existing occupants as to have so materially deteriorated the value of the land for the purposes of les sees, whose peculiar pursuits might also have become far less profitable from adverse causes than they had been, that if he attempted to g...

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BORDER INDUSTRIES. ECHUCA VINEYARD COMPANY. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

BORDER INDUSTRIES. ECHUCA VINEYARD COMPANY. No. 1. This Company was established in ^1865, under the Limited Liability Act, w;ith a capital of £20,000, in 2000 shares of £5 each, only GOO of which have been issued. The land, the extent of which is 525 acres, was taken up under the Amending Land Act of 1865. It is very pleasantly situated on the banks of the Worregal Greek, about 13 miles from Echuca; and after passing over a wide extent of sandy undulating plains, and dull box forest, it is quite refreshing tn the eye of the traveller to rest on the natural and artificial beauties of this picturesque spot. The soil is excellent, and the situation such | that the vines are well protected from the hot winds, and flourish luxuriantly. The creek contains a never-failing supply of excellent water, which is convenient to the vineyards. The opossums, however, and kangaroo which abound in the locality are a great nuisance, and frequently do much mischief. About two thousand young vines were ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

TMPODNDINGS. impounded at Ecliuca on the 2nd June; trespass bd each-— Bay mare, long hind coronets white, MC and like IT under near shoulder, CEoff shoulder, lame off hind leg.. " Iron-grey horse, long tail, ES near shoulder, Q-C near ribs." If not claimed and expenses paid, will bo sold on 30th June, 1869. t. . ... Impounded at Echusa on the 4tli June. Tres pass, Cd. . ... ilay marc,'switch tail; near fore and "hind fetlocks5 white, M near shoulder. - If; not claimed and .expenses paia. to be sold on 14th. July. Impounded at Echuca 17th June. Trespass, Gd each, . Chesnut mare,'dock tail," star, saddle and collar marked,' near; hind coronet Vhite , *°'i over S over-. half circle,near shoulder, It ll near neck. ' ; ; , ! Brown, filly foal, -progeny. of above, B,M near. Ehoulder, arid libs. Boau mare, switch tail, star, saddle and collar marked, ; etrap'with bell on neck, KB near shoulder, F H off shoulder. Brown:marc,: switch tail, small star, near hind coronot , white, saddle., mark...

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THE ECHUCA CROWN LANDS BATLTFF. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

THE ECHUCA CROWN LANDS BATLTFF. f To the Editor of the Riverine Henld.) Sir,—You deserve the thanks and commen dation of everyone who has the well-being of this district at heart, for the well raerited'and pertinent remarks you gave in your paper of ! the 19th in re the Crown Lands Bailiff ani!> j bis petty persecutions. My wonder is that you have allowed the matter to go on so long without notice. As you have now taken it up I trust it will not be allowed to drop until such uncalled for and petty annoyances are represented at head quarters, from whence we expectencouragement rather than the straining of the Land Act to punish us; as instm;e the glowing speeches we have heard at our public banquets from Ministers who each and all dilated on the great resources of our dis trict. Look, said they, at the noble river you have got running past you to waste, why not utilise its waters by erecting manufactories on its banks, by which to convert your wool into broadcloth, your wheat into...

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PUBLIC RECREATION. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

PUBLIC RECREATION. {To the Editor of the Jtiveruie Herald0 Sir,—Our Town Hall being' open, and our burgesses having been congratulated on all sides that they Lave now a fine ball in which they can at all times hold their meetings for business and pleasure, one would naturally suppose that no hindrance would be placed in the way of their enjoying themselves by their representatives in the Council. Their proceed ings, however, on Wednesday evening must have dissipated such an idea, a charge of two guineas having been made for the use of the hall by the Cricketers' Committee for a concert and reading, which is not only given for a public object, but a portion of our burgesses are performing on the occasion. To get up a nice select entertainment in Echuca is no light matter, the expense of advertising is consider able, but when the promoters are met with a charge of two guineas for the nse of the hall, I am afraid few will undertake to cater for the public amusement I am quite aware tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

GOVERNMENT GAZBiri'15 NOTICES. | Tiie following notices have been "azetted,! the first on 11th June, ami the second on lS:h June, 1869 Echuca—Site for Court Housa purposes, •permaiiently reserved by Order of 7th June, •18G9.—Nineteen and one fifth perches, county of Kodney, town of Echuca, being part of allotment 4 of section 9: Commencing at a point on the east side of High street, the snid point bearing N. 11 ° W. thirty-three feet three inches from the point of intersec tion of the eastern side of that street by the northern side of Ileygarth street; bounded thence by the Town Hail site bearing N.,79 ° B. twenty-six feet six inches; thence S. 11° E. seven feet nine inches;, thence N. 79 ° E. ninety-six ieet six inches; thence N. 11 ° W. forty-four feet; thence S. 79 ° W. one hun dred and twenty-three feet to High street aforesaid; and thence by that street bearing S. 11 ° E. thirty-six feet three inches to the point of, commencement.— (Corr. 69/10. T. 504.) Echuca—Site for Town I...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JUNE—JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

CALENDAR FOll THE WEER. June—jtjlt. phases or thb moon. , Last quarter •. "Wednesday, 2nd, 5.1 p.m. New moon '. .Thursday, 10th, 1.32 a.m. First quarter ..Thursday, 17th, 11.55 a.m. Full moon . .Thursday, 24th, 11.19 a.m. ; Apogee .. 3rd, 10, a.m. j Perigee .. 16th, 8 p.m. AT ECnUCA. Dars of the ■i': Sun. Date Week. Moon. Rises. Set?. H". jr. ir. :m. H. M. 26 Saturday 7 18 4 47 R. ■: 6 55p.m. -27 Sunday i .. ■7- 18 4,48 7 52 28 Monday 7 18 4 48 8 48 29 Tuesday .; 7 18 4 48 9 46 30 Wednesday.. 7 18 4 49 10 43 1 Thursday , 7 17 4 47 11 38 a.m. 2 Friday ■ 7 18 4 47

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

Wool, Stations, Agrciscl«s, <K« D James Mann G.Fousytit Do ALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep aid Cattle Salesmen, 47 JiOURKE-S'IItEET WEST, MELBOURNE. representative at Deniliquin. ^ Co., do. Wasga Wagga do. Dubbo 30S Adriuiecs t#r«j>eMies. rjtHE TRUST mid AGENCY COMPANY of £ AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi inveatynt are prepared ta^ake Liberal Cash Advances at^Iottjced Rates ■■ • On - - rr Squatting PitorEimEs In Victoria and New South Walks, Bbigiit, Brothers & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—1'arton and HellinB, Melbourne. 292 .EBusiness Notices. Re-opening of tlie Cafe, High-street, Ecliuca, "Wjl JB"©B5SS®©SB BEGS to announce that he has taken, tho, above premises, lately in tho occupation of Mr Bewar, where he intends to carry on the ■: business of a - ■ f Pastrycook and Baker, And hopes to be favoured with a fair share public N.B.—The 41b loaf is redtio.ed to. 8d this day. Juno 1st, 18fi9i'. , " ' 1 ' '863': | O H N F . ...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

STOCK RKPORTS, &c. -ECHTJCA AND MOAMA.. Tho ; following mob of stock has croe.ed since our last issuer June 25—1700 fat sheep, Wilson, from Coreo. Tho Cores sheep, in charge of Mr M'Loan, have beenr sent on by road to liunnymede, where they will be trucked_on Monday. In the Melbourne market on Wednesday, there was a decline of one shilling per head on fat sheep of inferior kinds. 17,651 were penned, but there was little above medium in the lot. liest wethers fetched Us to 13s 6d ; medium, 8s to 10s; inferior, 3s Gd and upwards. Best cross-bred wethers, 20s to 25s. Messrs Rvan and Ham mond have sold 1180 wethers, from the Murrumbidgee, at 9s to 9a 6d. Mr J. G. llougharty aold 1700 wethers and 900 ewes, the former to lis 6d and 900 ewes at 8s, for Messrs Clarke and M'Leay, Murrumbidgee. The number of fat cattle in was 1191 for the week. The few good cattle penned sold fully 15s per head higher than i last quotations, considering the quality; and other de scriptions about 10s p...

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