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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869
Wool, Stations, Agencies, dtc QALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Boukke-stbeet Wkst, Melbourne. James Mann, representative at Doniliquin. G. Fousith & Co., do. Wagga Wagga Do do, Dubbo 308 ailvniices «»* Station .Properties. The trust --mi agency company of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large araonnt of capital foi investment aro prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On Squatting Pbopeutie3 In VicioniA and New South Wales. I] right Brotiteks & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 292 Business Notices. Re opening of the Cafe, High-street, Echuca, Will JOHXSTOXE BEGS to announoo that ha has taken the above premises, lately in the ocoupation of Mr Dewar, where he intends to oarry on the business of a Pastrycook and Baker, And hopes to T>o favoured with a fair share public patronage. N.B.—Tho 41b loaf is roduocd to 8d this day. June 1st, 1869, 3G3 JOHN FERGUSON, y NndiUer. *Vc. High-stiiekt, ...
SANDHURST. STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS. 26th June, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869
SANDHURST. STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS. 26th June, 18C9. l no agents report a quiet -week in the horse market. Heavy draught horses are quoted at £30 to £45; medium do., from £20 to £25; light draught do., from £5 5a to £36. The Bcndigo Advertiser quotes new hav at from £7 to £7 6a per ton; white wheatcn straw, from &l 53 to £2 IOs per ton ; other sorts, from £3 to £i Ss; potatoes, from £5 5s to £7 per ton; flour, from £13 to £13 10s per ton j seed wheat, 7s per bushel. (From Oua Owv Coiwespoxdent.) Tuesday, 29th June, 1869. 303 oittle—if anything a slight improvement on last ■peek; 14 calves, good average. 63s; 3557 sheep—beat vfcthtrs, 12» 6d; few ewes in. Cattle—142, Williamson's (Yanga), middling—bul locks £7 8s, cows £5 lis; 139, Capri's f(fon). middling mid plain—bullocks £8 15s, cows £5 12s; 21, Synott's (Picaninny), good and middling, 7s 6'I. .
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869
STOCK REPORTS, Riverine Herald O.ffice, Tuesday Evening. The following mobB of stock have orossed since our last iBsue:— " ~ Jnuo 28—1500 fat sheep, Patterson, Conargo; 2073 do., Hon Wm. Campbell's, Murrumbidgee, June 20-2000 fat sheep, Dow, Murrumbidgee; 2500 do., Patterson, Murrumbidgee, Our Hay correspondent states that tho Tuanbung cattle arrived nt that place on tho 2'2nd instant, for Messrs Hroad Brothers. Mr Tullr, of Illiliwa, has started 4000 prime fat sheep for Melbourne, in charge of Mr Cameron. Largo mobs of sheep are reported to bo approaching the Murrumbidgee. • As a natural consequence of the present propitious season, and of tho demand fot Australian preserved meat in the British markets, a very general demand has arisen for store cattle. This will not bo very easily; supplied, and we observe that a contemporary predicts tho speedy return of herds from the Gulf of Carpentaria to the eastern districts of Queensland and \Now_Smith. "Wales. This may po'ssibly occur, "bu...
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. June 27—Jane Eliza, steamer, Smith, master, from "Wahgunyah, in ballast. John Orr, agent. June 27—Wahgunyah, steamer, Page, master, from Tonumwal, in ballast. W. McCuIIoch and Co., agent. June 29—Victoria, steamer, and barge, Dorward, master, from Hay, with 45 bales of wool for F. Payne. June 20—Adelaide, steamer, Pullar; master, from Bamah, with 12,000 feet of sleepers. DEPARTURES June 29— Jane Eliza, steamer, and barge, Smith, master, for Corowa, with 100 tons of cargo. John Orr, agent. &nbsp; The Jane Eliza passed the Murrumbidgee near Cobram on her way to Wahgunyah, on Friday. The Waradgery having completed her repairs, was launched from the Patent Slip on Saturday last. The Murruinbidgec arrived at Wahgunyah at sis p.m. yesterday. The Waradgery too!: a ehort but very satisfactory trial trip yesterday afternoon. The Alfred left Hay yesterday for Echuca. The want of the ten-ton crane was again badly felt yesterday by the proprietors of the Jane Eliza. A ...
THE MURRUMBIDGEE HAY, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 June 1869
THE MURRUMBIDGEE &nbsp; &nbsp; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) HAY, JUNE 28. The steamer Kelpie arrived on the 22nd &nbsp; and lost no time unloading. Many enquiries were made for her old skipper, Captain Sym- ington; his Hay friends will be glad to see him &nbsp; again. She left on the 23rd for Echuca, with the Victoria, both boats doing their best to lose no time to get home. The J.H.P. arrived &nbsp; &nbsp; here on the 24th, making a smart trip. The steamer Alfred, under the able guidance of Captain Mack, arrived here on Saturday night, the 26th. She is very busy to-day (28th) un- loading, and leaves to-night or to-morrow for Echuca. We daily expect the Pearl and Riverina. 200 head of the Juanbung cattle arrived here on the 22nd, for the Messrs. Broad Brothers. Mr Tully, of Illillawah, has started 4000 prime fat sheep for Melbourne, in charge of Mr. Cameron. We hear of large mobs of sheep for market. The evil of giving the natives dri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
IM POUNDINGS Impounded at Echuca ou the 4th June. Tres pass, Oil. Bay marc, switch tail, near fore and hind fetlocks white, M near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses pnid, to bo sold on 14 th July. Impounded at Echuca 17t.li June. Trespass, Cd each:— Chcsnut marc, dock tail, star, saddle and collar marked, near hind coronet white 10 over £> over half circlo near shoulder, It M near neck. Brown filly foal, progeny of above, R M near shoulder and ribs. Boan mare, owitch tail, Btar, paddle and collar marked, strap with bell on neck, KB near shoulder, E H off shoulder. Brown mare, switch tail, small star, near hind coronet white, saddle marked, brock down near fore leg, II near shoulder. Bay mare, long-tail, star near hind and off fore feet, W over W near shoulder, Z over DUN off shoulder. ay mare, long tail, saddle marked, Etar, W It over J near shoulder. Bay colt foal, star, progeny of above, no brand. Chesnut marc, white face, saddle marked, near hind fet lock while, J li conjo...
THE TRAVELLING SHEEP QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
-THE TRAVELLING SHEEP QUESTION. The following- resolutions-were submitted, to the Board of Sheep Directors of the Wagga district^ at their last meeting, and reserved for further consideration :— ; " All sheep to be made to travel at least six miles, and cattle ten miles per day, ac cording to the present Impounding Act:: AH Bheep on leaving the station to give notice to the Inspector of tho district, and also to post registered notice to inspectors of each district three days before enteiing such • district. • ■ If. travelling for more than two months from '' :date of notice to first Inspector, to pay at: 7.:thre.'rhte of. £1 pei11000 per month or part of a month after, and if over another month 30s per 1000. Sheep to be considered travelling sheep if leaving a station before depasturing two months on it. ;; ., . ,. ., The money to bo paid to Inspector of district in which sheep ore at the time it is due, and to be recovered beforo a Bench. Onus of proof to be on the owner of the sh...
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. ■ In the Legislative Council on Tuesday last the Local Government Bill was read a second time and committed. The County Courts Law Amendment Bill was read a third time and passed, and the House adjourned until Tuesday next. .In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday the House went into committee -for the consideration of the Land Law Amend ment Bill. , A few clauses were agreed to and the House adjourned. On Wednesday even ing: only two or three unimportant clauses. of the Land Bill were dealt with. The con siderationjof all the clauses from 15 to -the end of. the bill was postponed until Tuesday > next. The Lunacy Act Amendment Bill was read a second time and the House adjourned, until Tuesday. . j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
; Tcii&lt;|Ler«;« :.i BSoroiijrli Worlss TENDERS are invited and will be reoeived np to six o'olock of Wednsday next, the 7th instant, for the following:— V;\l. Mipplyjof paving blocks of wood. "'2, Erection of a culvert in Hare street.. 3. Services of a person to oleanse the Muni cipal chambers. C. E. Pascoe, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Kohuoa, 2nd July, 1889. 417 lo be §oUI or let. JFor Male, A rrRST-CLA.S8 BUTCHERIfTG BUS1 JX NESS. Apply " T.. "Walthait & Co, 381 High street, Echuca. COTTAGES to LET, famished or unfurnished. Apply Harp and Shamrock Hotel, High street. . . 1 413 COTTAGE RESIDENCE for SAL'5 in Conolly street, occupied by A. R, Ford.' .Apply office of this paper. ' " ■ ■; •&lt; 395, TT© TLefr. _ :i: ■ ' THE Large Brick Store at Moama, known W Watt's, Bond.. Apply to'Henry Leonard, Moama. . \... 7.53' TO LET, Two Commodious Shops in, tho best part of High street, ICnhncii, lately in the ooonpation of Mr - David Dewar and Mr Andrew Mayne. ...
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
INQUEST. An inquest was held by tlie District Coroner, Dr Crossen, on the 30th June, at Nanela, on the body of Matthew Magarry, who was killed by a tree falling; on him while' engaged in cutting it down on the previous day. The deceased was in the employment of Mr Patrick Trainor, of Nanela, and at the time of his death was cutting timber for him for fencing purposes. Mr Trainor was work ing near him at the time of the accident, and heard the tree fall, but was not aware of what had happened. About twenty minutes after wards, in consequence of not hearing the sound of the axe, he went to the spot and found Mngarry lying under a limb of this tree dead. No other person was within a quarter of a mile of the spot. The deceased, who was a steady sober man, was about forty years' of age. The jury returned a verdict' of " accidental death.'' : ' Six splendid carriage horses, for His Ex cellency the Governor-General of India, were shipped last week from Svdnejj on board the Forfarshire, for...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
STATE" OF THE RIVERS.. j .. ... ECflUCA. | July z. : [-Th'ef-Murray gauSe) 18 fffc 9m above .summer level,'and Vising. _ j ' n ;-![bt-elbctrio'vtelegeaeh.] , ... j The;mubkay.. , Albnry ■ ,4ft." 7in above,summer.level Wa'hganjalil. ,6in^;v; vi . Swan Hill ",7'n' ;i,;:'' ' „ .Emton . l.^.-v!9ft,'';4in.' v ■ „ ' " ' Tub mukiujsibidge'e. : Gundagai j.,®; ;4in : Wagga Wagga. .-eiii!; . v\i» shtir.fr n: •; Hay i.. 5ft" Oin ** „ " ' Balranald- u,:; jllffc^Oin r;
COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
; COUNTY COURT. ' 'The,business of this Court was commenced immediately' on the termination of the Genera! Sessions. ,( The first case was that of Carrol ■v.Kir'ov, for the recovery of the value of a horse lent to defendant in 1867, and never returned.; The horse died while in the pos session of defendant, seven days after it .was borrowed. Plaintiff demanded L12 10s, but defendant considered L4 or L5 was about the value of the animal. One witness considered L12 10s was not an unreasonable price, and another thought he was not worth L4. Mr Martley, instructed by Taylor, for plaintiff, and Mr Powell for defendant. Judgment for L8, and L6 9s 4d costs. Enquest v Corven, for the recovery L10 14s 6d, money lent for the purpose of playing; billiards, plaintiff him self taking part in the games. Defendant alleged that lie had paid plaintiff L2 in De cember last, in liquidation of the account betwepn them. This was contradicted by plaintiff No other witnesses were called. Mr Martley, instru...
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
CALENDAR:,FOIIyTHE^-WEER;. ,• j t s . July. 'Yea'seHE-firboir.-'n Last quarter .'.' Friday; 2nd,'' 10;26 ■ -.New-moon ^ .Friday; 9th,''^ -V: 11.18 p.m. First quarter ^?Friddy,'i6th',* :' •* 4^Z"8,pitnvr/0" -—Full-moori . .Friday, 23rd,,..., T11.34 p.m. ; ^ *1:''T5 Apogee'"1 X-. --"lst;- 4-aim."1'- •' Perigee .. 16th, 3 a.m."" , Apogee Cj.. 28th, 10 p.mr"1;;:"a i *° ■ ■ • ■ - 1 ■ rp ' ' Datf •- ■ *i' J :04 -'f 8 9 :AT ECHDCAi';" ; Days of the j":; Saturdn Sunday Monday Tuesday YVedriesday. Thursday.
ECHUCA GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
ECHUCA. GENERAL SESSIONS. This Court was opened yesterday, before bis Honor Judge Macoboy and a jury of twelve. There were only two cases on the list; the first being; that of Antonio Francis charged with attempting to commit suicide. Mr O'Loughlin, the Crown Prosecutor, with drew the charge and the prisoner was dis charged. John Mills was charged with! having stolen a five pound note from one Thomas Stevens on the 21st of May last, at Major's Punt Hotel. The evidence in this' case has already been given in our police | report. The jury considering it possible that j Stevens might, as alleged by the prisoner, i have told him to keep the note, which he picked up in the room in which they both slept, gave him.the benefit of the doubt and acquitted him. ' . :
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. The Jliverine ilcra7d is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and despatched by the New. South Wales .and Victorian Mails of tho same day. In the township of ECH UCA a delivery is effected before 7 a.m.; and iu MOAMA before 9 a.m. on the mornings of publication. Subscription, 12s per quarter, or 10» 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 o the current threo months. The regular quarters enmf mence on the 1st of January^' April, July, and October in each year. - ggr Orders to discontinue cannot be received after the beginning of a quarter, and ,s/iould be forwarded during the last month of a quarter, together with Ihe amount due for all arrears then owing ; nor can any advertise ment be withdrawn without' a written notice to that effect.
THE EARLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
THE EARLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. | The committee of this association have I been working • energetically for some time past for the purpose of establishing; an even ing school for the instruction of their youth ful fellow-townsmen. In this they have at length been successful, and the school is to bo opened for the first time in the Common School room on Monday evening next, under the superintendence of Mr Hartshorn. On the payment of a shilling a week, any lad will be admitted for instruction in such branch of education as he may select for himself. Twenty scholars have already enrolled them selves, and we hear that several others arc prepared to join. In connection with this scheme of instruction, a number of gentle men, among whom we may mention the | Presbyterian and Wesloynn clergymen, have promised to deliver occasional lectures and readings, and the first will bo given on Mon 1 day evening, when such of the public as may wish to attend will be admitted free. A charge of Gd. will...
MURDEROUS ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
MURDEROUS ASSAULT. A most dastardly outrage was committed on Tuesday last, at the Gunbower Station, on a young man of the name of Robert Coombes who has recently been employed in the snag gingparties near Campbell's Island. Coombes, with a mate named Johnson, was travelling up the river, and stopped for the night at Gunbower, In the hut in which they slept there was another traveller, a man described as being between forty and fifty years of age, but whose name was not known. During the evening- he was inclined to be insulting and abnsive, and Coombes and his mate avoided as much as possible any conversation with him. In the morning, however, the stranger made some statement, which Coombes quietly contradicted, knowing it to be incorrect. The other flew into a violent passion and applied certain epithets to Coombes of a most vile and filthy description, which the latter threatened to resent by pulling his ncse if he did not desist. He continued his insulting abuse, however, and Coom...
BORDER INDUSTRIES. ECHUCA VINEYARD COMPANY. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
B ORDER, INDUSTRIES. ECHUCA VINEYARD COMPANY. ' . No. '2. 'V , ! : A visit to the vineyard'at this season of-the year to the mere casual observer, or the lover of the picturesque',,is not so pleasant as; it' would be at a time when;the vines are in leafj but to the :vigneron,,. and ■ those having, a knowledge of .vine culture it will be found full of interest:-- The-'creek on; which this; vineyard is ; situated,1 the proper name of which, by the way, is the Yambeny, not tho Worragal, and is an' anabranch of 'the Goul burn, is now very low ; but after, the winter's floods will present, a fine sheet of water. Immediately on its banks stand the manager's hut and the other necessary buildings. The first-mentioned is certainly not a first-class description of dwelling, being a slab hut, very rudely barked, find with an ill-contrived nnd unsafe wooden chimney. The kitchen, which is detached, is a still more primitive erection, and to give some idea of the capa city for cooking, it may be ...
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869
SHIPPING ECHUCA, AILHIVED. June 29—Victoria and barge, from Hay, with a cargo of wool and timber;—JuneSO—Kelpie,..from Hay, in ballast; W. M'CuHoch and Co., aijqnta. .Corowa, from Wahgunyah, with 40 tons of flour; F. 'Hogarth, agent. Adelaide, from Bamah Saw Mills, with 22,000 feet of timber. July 2—Pride of the Murray, from the Darling lliver, with 189 bales of wool and sundry merchandise; "W. M'Culloch and Co , agents. DEPARTURES. July 2—Corowa, for Wahgunyah, with 80 tons , of general cargo. Victoria and barge, for Wagga Wagga, ■with 100 tons of general cargo. The Bteamer Adelaide, which arrived on the 30th ult. •with timber from-Bamah, left again on the same day. Yesterday she brought in another largo cargo from tho samo place, discharged, and again left. The Murrumbidgeo arrived at Wahgunyah yesterday, at 0 p m. Tho Oumbnroona ia expected to-day with a full cargo of flour from Albury. She passed Wahgunyah at 4 p.m. on Thursday. The Kelpie has finished loading, and will be despa...