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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

I"''-, STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Juno 25. The- Murray (whatf gauge) is 7t't 4in above summer level, and falling slightly. [BY ELECTHIC TELEGRAPH.] The Murray. Aibury .. 4ft 4in above summer level Wahgnnyah.. 3ft 6in ,, „ Swan Hill .. 7ft 8in „ „ Euston - .. - Oft lOin „ ,, The MtmauimrDGEE. Gundagai .. 5ft Oin „ ,, WaggaWagga 7ft 2in „ „ Hay .. 10ft Oin „ „ Balranald .. 8ft Oin .. ..

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 June 1869

SHIPPING       ECHUC A     ARRIVED. June 24—Adelaide, steamer, Pullar, master, from Bamah, with a cargo of timber. DEPARTURES, June 25—Adelaide, steamer, Pullar, master, for Bamah, in ballast.     The Victoria and Kelpie left Hay on the 23rd for this port. The Alfred arrived at Hay yesterday. The Pride of the Murray sailed from Wentworth yesterday with a full cargo of wool for this port. The Jane Eliza left Wahgunyah on the 24th instant. The Corowa arrived at Wahgunyah yesterday. The Wahgunyah is hourly expected from Tocumwal.

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

The attempt to apply the force of circum stances as a motive power has proved a failure. Hollow,vy's Ointment and Pills. — Prematura Decline.—Tho unwary and thoughtless may savo them selves n sea of future troubles by an early recourse to these excellent curatives. All blotches from whatever cauBe arising, all enlargements of the glands wherever situatod, irritating sores and debilitating discharges, may bo safely and certainly cured by employing Hol loway'B Ointment and Pills, in accordance with tho instructions wrapped round each pot and box. No timidity need deter tho weakest from applying to tlicso restoratives, which exert the threefold . qualities of purifying, regulating, and repairing without disturbing the stomach, annoying tho nervous system, or rendering confinement to tho house necessary. Holloway's medica ments will stem the snurco of many maladies, which, when neglcctod, perpetuate misery.—Advertisement. ANTED, a good General Femalo Servant. .Apply at this ofiir.C. JS ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

NEW ZEALAND. JNews nas been received in' Sydney from New Zealand to 22nd June. A rebel cliief, named Tauroa, and 122 men, women, and children, had been captured by the expedition td'Patea. Tito Kowaru massacred twenty, one i'riendlies near Tauranga, Cornet Smith is supposed to have been killed near Fort Galatoa. Four men reported missing had reached there safely. Three lives had been lost by a land slip at Moanatnura Creek. Tho Ministers' defeat on the debato of want of confidence originated by Mr Fox, was considered certain. Trooper Newnham, whilst bearing despatches, was shot near Napier. His companion escaped. Te Kooti, who was reported by last advices to have been killed, was at Tauranga, with 300 men.

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BORDER INDUSTRIES. THE LOCAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

BORDER INDUSTRIES. THE LOCAL PRESS. The local printing press may, we think, be properly classed among the more important industries of the Border. Time, labor, money, and, we may add, much patience and perseverance, have been necessary for its successful establishment. The plant of the Riverine Herald was erected in Eehnca in June, 1803, and the paper was published for the first time on the first day of the following month. The venture was a bold, and as wo have often since thought, a premature one. For about fifteen months the Herald was pub lished as a weekly journal. The proprietors were then induced, in consequence of the opening of the railway, and of thn apparent vapid progression of the place, to produce it twice a week. Perhaps they were going a little ahead of the times in taking that step; | but the events of tho day seemed to warrant it, and they were prompted by a desire to keep pace with the apparent advancement of the town and neighboring districts. The then prosperous...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CRICKETERS' ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

THE CRICKETER S' ENTERTAIN MENT. This entertainment, which came off in the Town Hnll on Monday, was, without excep tion, the most succcssful of the kind that has ever taken place in Echuca. The arrangements were all of the most admirable description, and the highest credit is due to Mr Archer, the President of the local cricket club, and to the energetic committee that worked with him. The room was literally crammed, there being at least three hundred persons present. Several, we are told, were unable to procure seats, and to their great disappointment, and wo may add loss, had to go away. The proceedings were opened by a neat but brief address by the President, who expressed his delight at finding the hall so well filled, and trusted he should frequently see it crowded in the same way on future similar occasions. He also alluded to the charge made by the Council for the use of tho hall, and hoped a reduction would be made in future. A chorus, "Work, boys, work," was given in excell...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECHUCA COUNTY COURT. Friday, 2nd July. (Before His Honor Judge Macoboy.) £20 AND UNDER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

BOHUOA COUNTY COURT. Friday, 2nd July. (Before His Honor Judge Macoboy.) £20 and TJNnnn. 48. Mary Mahonoy v Ch Brooks.. 4 11 0 50. M. Carroll v F. Kirby 12 10 0 52, W. Davis v A. Cobhnm ... 7 10 0 53. Wm Noblo v H. N. Puwoll .. 3 0 0 64, J. Enquest v T. Corvon .... 10 14 6 55. J. M'Anuff v I. Brndie 6 0 0 61., C. H. Brent v S. T. Maxwell:. 15.15 - 6 62. I. llobson v Wm Smith .... 8 0 0 63. T. Corven y M. J. Ward ....' 3< 2 '6 64. S, Twycross. vEl W.-itson . . : 9:, 3 9 Under £50, 47. 11. Reah v Wm Nantt-.......' 39 0 ;;0 Coi .Eohuca Vineyard Company- ' /^ ; v J. Henderson 25 - 0 0 66. J. M. Webb v T. Hansen ' .; ■ 22 15 • 0 Over £50. - 60. J. Shaokell v Hogarth • ...-. 57 - 1 ; 2 Fraud Summonses. 52, J. Cashin v J. W. Burns .. 2 5 0 5G. Same v Kd Seymour 9 12 10 30. Shelbrnke and Co v. J. linker 45 7 0

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. A. meeting of the Eciiuca District Board took place yesterday at tlio office of the Board. Present—Messrs R J. Glass (charman), .Jas. W. Manifold, Higgins, and M'Kenzio. The minutes of the previous meeting- wore read and confirmed. The correspondence having been disposed of, the Clerk reported that ho had completed his valuation for the district, showing the net annual value of the district to amount to L16574 19s Od; and he further intimated that he thought a sixpenny rato for the ensuing year would meet all the require ments of the district, ns the Board had at the present time a good balance to their credit. It was then moved by Mr J. Winter, seconded by Mr J. W. Manifold, and carried—"That the district rate for the ensuing year 1869-70 be 6d in the pound, and that the said rate be struck on,the 27th day of July next." The following resolution was also passed—" That the Clerk bo instructed to call for tenders for covering the formed portion of the Swan...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ENGLISH MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

'THE ENGLISH MEAT MARKET. \The following interesting facts are supplied by the London correspondent of tlio Sydney Morning Herald. The estimated existing yearly deficiency in the animal food supply of the English metropolis alone, amounts to no less than 102,000,000 lbs ; while, if we take the whole kingdom, it reaches the enormous quantity of 3,544 000,000 lbs, erjual to about 70,880,000 sheep. The introduction of Aus tralian meat will noc seriously interfero with any existing interest or trade, unless it be that of the publican. Butchers do not gain much profit by tho sale of dear meat; hence, as a class, they are not unfavorable to tho intro duction of fresh sources of animal food supply, although they would retuse to sell tue Aus tralian meat in their own shops. How vast is tho trade which might be anticipated may be inferred from the statistics contained in the official returns recently published by the English Government. These statistics show that during 1866,1867, and 18GS, ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DENILIQUIN Pastoral Times Office 25th June [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

DENILJCUIN PilP'orj'l 'Pimpa Offino Q-ntTi Ttmn Our local news is—12,000 sheep (Waller and Gorton) j are gone down to Maude, on the ilurrumbidgee, and ore reported as likely to be fold; 1800 fatpheep (Richmond) crossed at Hay; a mob of store cattle (Broad) wcro gone down the river, and are for sale. 5000 prime fat sheep OVebster and M'Farlaudl, from Faika, crossed at Balrannld on the 21st instant, for Melbourne. Delightful weather prevails—rain and sunshine alternately; & very heavy storm of bail fell three miles south of Deniliquin this afternoon. The rivers are rising, and the seaBon altogether is very fine indeed, Our local stock agents are busy looking after Btoro cattle and sheep, both of which are in demand. A flock of Clarke and M'Leay's prime fat sheep passed thiB morning (Friday). The first mob of sheep travelling southwards oressed the Lachlan on Saturday; they are 5500, from Mr Phelps's Albemarle station on the Darling; a second mob, which left the edme station a ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (from our own correspondent.) Melbouiine, Tuesday Night. In the Legislative Assembly this afternoon, Mr Everard revived the subject of AI'Nicol's selection. He produced M'Nicol's declaration. Mr Grant produced declarations made by Mr Davies and Mr Iiobortson, and expressed his determination of calling a special meeting of the Board for the purpose of hearing both parties. On the 1st of July, 1863, the first number of the Itiverine Herald was isBued in Echuca. The paper has participated with the other bw-inetses in the town in the pood and bad times that have since ooourred. There has been enough and to spare of the latter, but we have every reason to believe the worst is now passed, and that local trade is now in a more healthy and thriving con dition than it has been for a long period. There is room for improvement no doubt; but we think, generally speaking, we have reason to congratu late ourselveB on our prospeots. In the mean time every possible effort will be ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

Mercl8a«s<Iise MOORE BROS & CO., Beehive Stores, iPAMi asA^a, SAKroiaui&S'ff, Having recently added tbo WINE and SPIRIT BUSINESS to the other Branches of our Establishment, we respectfully solicit tho attention of lrricnds and the Public generally to our stook, which consists of tho best and most approved brands of Spirits and Beers, and the ohoicest variety of Foreign and Colonial Wines, which wo are determined to sell at Melbourne Prices, carriage added. For the convenience of Families and small consumers, wo aro putting up Spirits of tho beBt quality in stone bottles (bearing our name, &o.) I in gallon, half gallon, and quart Imperial mea sure, at Wholesale Prices. Honncssy's and Otard'a old Brandy in bulk and case, pale and dark Dunville's and Campbelltoa Whiskey, in bulk and case, bottled by us Hollands and Warrenheip Geneva, London Gin, and Old Tom. Kinighan'3 celebrated LL Dublin Whiskey Direct from tho maker. Wines. Champagna, in quarts, pi...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. June 28. The Murray (wharf gauge) is 8ft 1in above summer level, and rising. [BY ELECTHIC TELEGRAPH.] THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Jane 28, The Murray (wharf gauge) is 8ft lin above | summer level, and rising. [BY ELECTHIC TELEGKAPH.] The Murray, Wahganjah.. 6ft 6in above Bummer level Bama .. 5ft 4ia „ ,, Swan Hill .. 6ft 6in „ ,, Euston .. 9ft Oin d ij The MuRiujiinrDGEE. Hay .. 6ft 6in „ „ Balranald .. 10ft Oin u

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

ECEUCA, WEDNESDAY > JUKE 30, 18C9. Tiie question of immigration will shortly demand the consideration of the Parliament and the country. It is to bo taken for granted that the colony stands in need of a largely increased population. How is this to be obtained ? It cannot benefit us to expend money, either in large, or small amounts, in ,the introduction of that undesirable class which has become a burden on the charitable institutions at home, and would be so in any country.? . Many very worthy and industrious persons , are, driven in to the British work houses; by the force of circumstances against which it is impossible to contend, but, on the whole, ■ the recipients of public bounty are not the sort of people to form a useful class of 'colonists. We do not require simply a number oif consumers. We want energetic, self providing' workers—men and women and youth's who have both the will and the ability to ,render themselves useful members of so ciety, whatever may be their spher...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

Hcilicttl. ECHUCA DISPENSARY Mr. II. CROSSEN, 6_ J. W. SIBLEY, M.D., Formerly Military ^urg:eon, Percy-street, Rchuoa. 412 J. L. S I I 0 N D .S CHEMIST am<l E5£RC««E?'a', ^{Opposite Mr E. Homan's otoro), HIGH STREET, fiCHUCA Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Fancy Goodn, &c. Prescriptions carefully dispensed. r : ' Teeth Extracted. LEECHES, C F P P I N fi( m Horse and Cattle Medicines, yl ■ . Tobaooo, Cigars, Pipes, &c. 1401 V M E 05 I C A HAM, High-stkeet, Ecuuca. j A F. PULLING,! • Dispensing and Family Chemis!. Teeth Extracted, S94 1t

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JUNE—JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. ; -.june—july. phases OP ttttc •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. 'Perigee-....:_16th, 1V8 p.m. . r . at.eciidca. Days.of the sun. Date i Week.: . Moon. :o;, . ■ 1 f i Rises. Sets. .Wednesday^'. H. M. HVM. • H. M. 30, -7 18: ■ 4.49 R. 10 43p.m.' 1 1 Thursday 7 18 4 .49 11 38 a.m. ! 2 Friday. 7 18 4 50 ' -J I —. , 3 Saturday I: 17 4 "50 ' 12 34 a.m. --"-4 : Sunday. 7 17 4 51 1 31 5 Monday - .. , 7 17 4*51 2 30 __6„ Tuesday • .. 7 17 4 52 3 31

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

IM FOUNDINGS. Impounded at Echuca on the 2nd Juno; trespass bd each •— Bay mare, long hind coronets white, MC and like XT under near shoulder, CRofT shoulder, lame off hind leg. Iron-grey horse, long tail, ES noar shoulder, q-C near ribs. If not claimed and expenses paid, will ho 6old on 30th June, 18G3. Impounded at Echuea on the 4th June. Tres pass, Cd. ii.iy inare, switch tail, near foro and hind fetlocks ■white, II near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to bo sold on 14th July. Impounded at Echuca 17th June. . Trespass, Cd each:— , ' V ■ Chesnut mare, dock tail, star, saddle and collar.marked, near hind coronet whito' 80 over S over half circle near shoulder, R SI near neck. ' : Brown filly foal, progeny, of above, K linear shoulder and ribs. i " j. r ' ; Eoan mare, switch tail, starjsaddle'nnd collar marked, 6trep with bell on neck, £B near shoulder, F II off shoulder. Brown mare, switch tail, small star, near hind coronot white, eaddlo marked, broek down near fore le...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. The Riverine Herald is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and despatched by the New South Wales and Victorian Mails of the snmo day. In the township of ECHUCA a delivery is effected bofore 7 a.m.; and in MOA11A before 9 a.m. on the mornings of publication. Subscription, 12s per quarter, or 10s 6d 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 three months. The regular quarters com mence on the 1st of January, April,, July, and October in each year. \i ... Iggf! Orders to discontinue camiot be received after the beginning of a quarter, and should be forwarded during the last month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all an'cars then owing ; nor can any advertise ment be withdrawn without a written, notice to that effect. • BANK HOLIDAY, rsnHTTRSDAY NEXT, 1st July (Separation S- Day), will be ...

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SWAN HILL. June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

SWAN HfLL. [from the PUNTirAN.J j June 23. 1 I have not much news to give ynu this week. In the absence of any amusements among tho white fellows here, they have been getting up games at football. So great is the enthusiasm that prevails in this .pursuit that bones occasionally get broken, and severe bruises and scratches seem to be the lot of all; however, they are happy, and that is the main thing. They say the Government supplies and clothing for the blacks are daily expected, and many of tho old people require them both this cold and changeable weather. As to the young men, I don't see why thoy should get anything, they always earn sufficient money to buy themselves clothes—at least they spend much more than would do so in drink. Let any one who doubts this visit their camp and see tho number of empty bottles, chiefly Bquare, lying around. Of course they are supplied in a semi-surreptitious way, but if the police chose they could pounco upon tho parties that so offend against th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869

A E2a jg*«>nat<i'KE£s. By Special Request of the Inhabitants of Ecliuca, THE MUliRAY RIVER WILL BE AGAIN WALKED BV Mr EK. Ic Pajre mail sar J.Collin ON SATURDAY, 3rd JULY, At three p.in.; also, SEVERAL ACROBATIC FEATS Will be performed. Positively tho last time previous to their departure for Melbourne. Don't forget. Re in timo. 410 nrcii<leir.« QTeMders WANTED for cutting Firewood, For par partioulars apply Franklin & SnaCKEM, Emu Tannery. Eohuoa, 23rd June, 1S69. 396 ■ffeiartcrs WANTED for supplying Blaolcfellows' Oven for covering 28 chain of road. Partioulais to ho had at the Road Board Office. James Suackell, District Clerk. Eohuoa, 29th Jnno. 1S69. 412 ho lie §old or let To act, A DESIRABLE BRICK shop, in the beat port of High street, lately occupied by Moaars Ford. Apply to Mr Noble. 258 ipoi- salle, Arrrst.class butchering . busi ness. Apply ; I. Waitham & co, , ; , 381 High street, Eehuoa.. Cottages to let, furnished or unfurnished. ...

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