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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869

Wool, Stations, Ag-enclcs, »Vc nALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Boubke-btbeet West, Melbourne. James Manjt, representative at Deniliquin. G. FobsytH & Co., do. . Wagga Wagga advances on Station Properties. THE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On Squatting PnoPEETiEs In Victoria and New Sooth Wales. Bright Brothers & Go, Managing Agents, Solioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 0Q9. Do do. Dubbo 808 Silvery ami itait itablcs. SKZOCS-ES HOTEL HORSE BAZAAR AND LIVERY STABLES IBE -®BL«5 s&9 by WILLIAM GIBSON. Buggies, Saddle Horses, «fec., Always on hand and ready Jor Hire, 162 ItuiKlliig- materials Ecliuca Steam Saw Mills. RED GUM out to order of any dimen sions. RED GUM FELLOES Always on hand. JAMES MACKINTOSH, Proprietor. , 622 ECHUCA TIMBER YARD Hare-street. Murray River Steam Saw Mills Messrs Eldvidge...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869

DENILfQUTN. Chronicle Office. June SO. [ Fat sheep from these districts are passing down in 1 large numbers. <' Lasfweek wc montioned about 14,500 as having gone by for that week, and duting this we have bad upwards of 19,000. They were as folio,w:— Juno 25—2000, Dow'e, from Tngantnain; 26th—4000, Ricketson's, of Baratta; and 2S00, P Tyson's, Lachlan; 28—2300, Hope and Scott's; and 2000 of Moore and Barber's; 29th—2500 of Darlot's, and 2000 of Camp bell's; and to-day 1500 of Officer's. 1300 of Gilbert'6 of Wartvillah, will cross to-morrow; and flocks belong ing to, Lloyd, _Simson,_.and,. Hichmond close at hand. Webster and M'Farlane's fat sheep_ have crossed at Balranald for Melbourne. Mr Mann reports having sold "for Dalmahoy Campbell 1800 store wethers, Ryrie's, of Kalkite station, to Mr It. Patterson, of Conargo, at a satisfactory prico. Some fine growing showers have fallen throughout the district since our last, particularly seasonable, and as thefe have alternated w...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Officc, Friday Evening. . The following mobB'of stock have croBi>d'xincev our last issue:—June 30—2400 fat Bheep, H'Farlane, Nap Nap. July 2—240 head of store cattle, from Th'ule, for Kyneton; 2400 fat sheep, Hope and Scott, Murrum bidgee. In our immediate neighbourhood the effects of the rains have not been so bcneficial as in most other parts, and still more Wet is earnestly'desired, the growth of the grass gencrally~on~th~o runB having been very scant. Excellent accounts continue to come to hand, of tho condition of the northern pastoral districts. Every where we hear that fine timely rains have'fallen, bring ing up a luxuriant growth of feed, with the exception perhaps of the heads of the rivers, where the proximity to the snowy region has .rendered' the weather so exces sively cold that the spring of grass has been retarded in a manner to be regretted, while so different a state of things obtains-in other parts favoured with a more ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 July 1869

MCEUCAj SATURDAY,' juZY^'im'.' Confusion to Cant! We are not alluding to religious cant, though ■ that is abominable enough to call for the severest condemnation; but to political cant, which is little less de testable. Why should a man sit down aghast, looking " like his grandfather cut in alabaster," twaddling lackadaiscally about political evils that are barely possible, and may never come at all ? Of all the whimper ing humbug that has been poured forth on the subject of the Amending Land Bill, now before Parliament; none has been more ridicu lous or unreasonable than the outcry against the danger of over-production. No end of bluster, of entreaty, and of argument, have continually been brought to bear upon the Government for many years past by the great majority of the people, in order to get the public lands thrown open for their occuDation. Several abortive attempts have been made to satisfy the cravings of this inordinate earth hunger, and no sooner is a plan hit upon by whi...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

Mcelingrs. Echuca, June 26th, 1869. TO HIS 'WORSHIP: THE MAYOR OF •: - ECHUCA.- ■ SIR, — We the undersigned Rurgesses of the Borough of Kchuca request you to con vene a Public Meeting at the Town Hall on an early* date, for the purpose of dismissing" the re cent aetioo of the Counoil in relation to the future letting of the Hall for public amuae mint:— j: • Henhy P. Taylor j.'L. Abchee A. M. O'Dwyee J. L. slmonds. JosErn Stotjbs Frederick Payne P. 0. Pierce ' William Matthews William Waylen H. Clifton James Shackf.ll T. M, Mitchell Gentlemen,— In compliance with (lie above requisition I hereby convene a Publio Meeting, to be held in the Town Hall, at 3 p.m. on Thursday. THOMAS TOWXE, .■ Mayor. 6th July, 1869. To Messrs H. P. Taylor, J. L. Aroher, and other requisitionists, 427 Chess THOSE Gentlemen who have signified their willingness, and lire desirous to co operate in the formation of a Chess Club, are invited to meet at Redman's Commercial Hotel, on Friday evening, at eight o'olo...

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THE UPPER DARLING. MENINDIE, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

THE UPPER DARLING. (FROM. OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 1 • Menindte, Juno 20.: I have .not much news to give'you'from this place, as events worthy of recording'are not of very frequent occurrence here. ■ I have only just returned from a journey up the river. The country is looking splendid in some parts, and the squatters seem to be all rejoicing in the possession of stock that are fat or rapidly fattening. The river is getting, lowthere was some talk of a slight rise above Bourke, but from all I can hear it will not be sufficient to reach here, or make any improvement for the steamers. Talking'of the steamers, some of our river captains have been, getting into great disgrace over hawk ing, to the injury of the storekeepers. Captain Barber, of the Jolly Miller, got fined £40 on a charge of this kind, and others have been very severely mulcted for breaches of the law. I believe there is scarce any wool left on the 'river from top to bottom. The steamers have fetched it all down ; but whet...

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THE NEWS BY THE MAY MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

ti-ie news by the may \ mails. The Alexandra arrived at Glenelgon Monday forenoon with news from London to the 11th' June,' and Galle to the 16th .June: The R.M.S. Geelong would arrivo in flobsnn's Bay yesterday afternoon. The following is n Bummary of the news telegraphed from Adelaide:—Tho greatest political event of the month was Sumnor's speech in the Ameri can Senate, which led to the rejection of the Alabama treaty. The speech caused much apprehension in England, and it was said had revived hostile feelings in America towards England. President Grant, however, has •disapproved of the speech, and Mr Motley, the successor of Mr lieverdy Johnson, stated on his arrival in Liverpool, that it was the earnest desire of the President and American people to cultivate friendly relations. The third reading of the Irish Church Bill took place in the Commons on the 31st May, when it was carried by 114. On the same night it was read a first time in the Lords, nnd the second reading was fixe...

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THE EARLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

THE EARLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. The proposed opening proceedings of this Association, on Monday evening, were marred by the inclement state of the weather. It was not to be expected with rain pouring down " heaven's hard" for several consecutive hours that people would leave their homes, and no doubt many who would have dono so were deterred by the belief that there would be no attendance on such an evening. Never theless, more than a quorum of the commit tee put in an appearance, and nearly half of the promised scholars camo up and enrolled themselves. Mr Hartshorn hnd kindly sent his piano to the school for the occasion, and in lieu of the lecture that was to have been delivered, the company were treated to a few excellent' pongs by some of the gentlemen present, and the evening's programme was finally postponed until Monday next. A beginning, however, has been made. The school was opened last night, when there were thirteen pupils in attendance, and, from the evident interest take...

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SWAN HILL. June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

SWAN HfLL.. .[from the funtman-.I'' ; Juno: 30. I am'riot in the confidence of the great political agitator of our Little Peddlingtom Ho considers himself a cut above poor me, I daresay, but that is a matter neither here nor there; if be does not cboose to rub shoulders with me in.a friendly way, why ho need , not, and there is an end of it. But if I am not in his confidence, I am in the confidence of some people that are, and through them I learn many of his little moves, of the last of which I mean to say a few words. Some time ago I made mention of an extension of common age that has been granted to us, and said that grateful though we were for such small mercies, we were not contented. Of course, when I made that statement I knew that the august personage to whom T have alluded was pulling away at the political ropes with all his might and main (they ara very different ropes from mine), and if the reports are correct that are floating about, he has pulled to some pur pose, being...

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A DISPUTED CLAIM FOR COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

A DISPUTED CLAIM FOR COMMIS SION. . A case of considerable interest to commer cial men was heard before His Honor Judge Macoboy in the Echuca County Court on Saturday last. There is some difficulty about stating the case, because both parties are not agreed as to the facts. Mr Hogarth, a gene ral merchant, being anxious of disposing of his business, instructs Mr Shackell, a com mission agent, to let or sell it. Shackell en deavors to execute his commission, and speaks to two or threo probable purchasers, who, after some enquiries, decline to enter into the purchase. Some time elapses, when another party, Mr Lewers, informs Mr Hogarth of a likely purchaser, and introduces him to him. This person, Mr Luth, purchases. Lew9rs receives his commission on the sale from llogarth, but Shackell claims his al-o in full. Hogarth repudiates this claim, asserting that Shackell had nothing to do with the sale, and reiuses to pay it, but at the same timo ex presses his willingness to pay him a reas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

ffleflicnl. ECHUGA DISPENSARY Mr. II. CROSSEN, SUKCJSOaf. J. W. SIBLEY, M.D., Formerly Ittiliturj Surg-con, i'ercy-stroet, Echuca. ... 412 J. L. S I M O N D S CIIBSIffllST and OlfctTCCrlPT, □(Opposite Mr E. Homan'a store), HIGH STREET, fi C H U C A Patent Mcdioines, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, &o. Prescriptions carefully dispensed. Teeth Extracted; L E E C H E S, C IT P P I N G , Horse and Cattle Medicines,. ; i >r .••••;. • .. 1 ' Tobaoob, Cigars, Pipes, &o. 1401 ,, I C&If .HALL,,;;, . ..r., ^Hxan-STREET, Ecituca. . Opposite the Town Hall. A ' F. ■ ; P U L L I N G, • Dispensing and Family Chemist. Teeth 'Extrnoted."" " 894 ^.CoMveyWitccs.. COBB & GO'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches Leave Johnson's Bridge Hotel, for Deniliquin, al -1.30 p.m. daily (Sundays excepted), running in conjunction with the Wagga and Albutj coaches. Leave Deniliquin for Hay, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 10.30 p.m.; due in Hay, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, 11.3...

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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 6th July, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

.SANDHURST. {From Odk Own Coriiespondent.} Tuesday, 6tU July. 18C9. 300.cattle,- 96 calves, 4870 sheep—287 unsold. Cattlo. •131, Johnson's (Tumut), very p'ain, £5; 136, 'UccelVs (Tumutj; middling—bullocks £7 lis, cows 6 ?.z Gd ; balance small lots.

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COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

COUNTY COURT. Thia Court, whioh bad been adjourned from the preceding day, resumed ita sit ling on Saturday morning before bis Honor Judge Macoboy. The first oaso heard was that of Webh v Hansen. Thia was a suit for the recovery of £22 15a, loss sustained by plaintiff through defendant shooting, or oausing to be shot, seventeen goats, the pro perty of plaintiff. Tho oase was brought before the last County Court, when plaintiff wbb non suited in coueequence of having proceeded against tho wrong party, The goats had trespassed on a certain fenoed grass paddook of 500 acres, the property cf defendants1, Htr.een Bros., by whom or by whose orders, they hud heen shot. It was sought to be proved by plaintiff that the fence was inseouro and not goat proof For the defence it was shewn that tho fence was a substaniial one of three rails, and was sheep proof. His Honor held that defendants were justified in shooting the goats, the fence being a secure one, according to the requirements of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

RIVERINE HERALD JOB PRINTING OFFICE High Street, Ecliuca. Billheads, Posters, Delivery Books, Circulars, Shipping Forms, Handbills, Programmes, Omis, Cu toms' Forms, and every description of Plain and Ornamrolul Printing i Exeoated in the best style, and nt Sandhurst I I Prices. I i Country orders punctually attended to. ' I

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STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS. 2nd July, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS. 2nd Julv. lfifif). The horse market remains in much the eame state as reported for some time pa6t, and quotations are un aitcroi. Dairy .cattle are in good demand, at from £3 7e to £7 5s. The quotations for produce given by the Acrertiser also stands at figures previously given, is reported to be a little firmer, and stands at to 6s per bnshel.

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The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

iitek lerali JVCHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 18G9. We have said that a storm is evidently brew ing in the matter of the Moama Common. In making that remark we were not alluding altogether to the local commotion to which it has given rise, and which is not likely very quickly to subside Thore is a much broader view to be taken in which the question must "sooner or later force itself upon public atten tion. ..It will be as woll to consider it in that light.at once., No- doubt Moama, as. well as other townships, is entitled to a reasonable amount of commonage. But provision ought to bo made in this, and in all other cases, against any serious interference with public traffic; and especially with such an important traffic-as that subsisting between Riverina and Yictoria by way of Moama and Echuca. If such impediments are offered by the common in question there can be but one unprejudiced opinion on the subject. The impediments must "be removed. The interests of the greater number must be co...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

% iMAlL TIME TABLE. Mavis due from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted) at 1.30 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.; delivered at 2 p.m. and !) a.m. Ditto, Down Travelling Post Oilier, and Goornorig, daily (Sundays excepted), at 10.35 p.m; delivered at 9 a.m. Ditto, Up Travelling 1'oat Office, Kuimymede and Rochester, daily (Sundays excepted), at 1.30 p.m ; de livered at 2 p.m. Ditto Moama and Dcniliquin, daily (Suudays excepted), &tf3;45p.m.; delivered at 4:30 p.m. - Ditto, Hay, Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. T" ,, Ditto, Ulupna Weat, Kaarimba, Kotupna, and Lower Moira, Thursdays, at 3 p.m ; delivered at 3.30 p.m. MailB close for Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted), at 7.30 a m. and 4 p.m. Ditto, Travelling Post Office, Runnymede, and Ro chester, daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m.; Goor nong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m. Ditto,-Goornqng, daily (Sundays excepted), at 7 a.m. Ditto, Moama and Deniliquin, dailv (Sund...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. RCHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

STATE OP THE RIVERS. K'OHUCA. V*:; July 6. k'hs ■Miiri'fiy (wharf gouge) is 12ft 2in above iiiafuar-iovelj scd ruing. .v el »• '.ci . '■HiY ELECTI.'JC TELEGRAPH.] Thf, >fcnTiriY. Ju'ji-" ;!'t > 9ivi above'Bummer level L.bf?ns/«d»T. ' 0'- 4in J ',, - Itzap, ~ /•". -Oin>;.„ - „ „ V ' ''' -Tas Mr 'nujnuDOEE. si, -- „ - -r„ 'i Wiigga " -Cft Om „ „ . '-'.-frsT ;y 'JOft'Om „ „

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SUBURBAN IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

SUBURBAN IMPROVEMENTS. Cultivation to a considerable extent lias for somo time been taking place on many ot tho suburban allotments in the Borough of Echuca. Wo have already mentioned that Messrs Iledman, Mitchell, and Hansen have this season placed their grazing paddocks to the south of the town, under wheat crops. In other parts we observe that neat and com fortable homesteads have been erected, gar dens planted, and good sized pieces of land sown with wheat and other cereals. On the Campaspe, to the south of the town, a most pleasing and gratifying change in the appear ance of tho land on its banks has been effected. Mr Luxford, who is the oldest resident in that quarter, having occupied his ground for about four years, has long had a commodious brick dwelling, with garden, and about nine or ton acres of ground, enclosed with a substantial three railed fence. He has also made many excellent improvements, and irrigates some portion of his ground with water pumped from the Campaspe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 July 1869

. IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at Ecliuaa on the 4th June. . Tres pass, ,6d., Bay mare, switch tail, near fore ; and hind fetlocks white, M near shoulder.. •; . i If not claimed, and expenses paid,'to bo sold on 11th July..:': ' Impounded at Ecliuca 17th' June. Trespass, Cd each:-. , .... . Cheanut marc, dock tail, star, saddle and collar marked, near hind coronet white M over S over half , circle .near shoulder, R 11 near neck. ,, ! , Browp, .filly , foal, progeny of, above, E M near shoulder and ribs. ~ ' ' ' Boan mure, switch tail; star, saddle and .collar marked; , . st!rap.witli bell on neck, KB near shoulder, F II off .- shoulder.. .. . Brown mare, switch tail, smalt star, near hind coronot , white, saddle marked, brock down near fore leg, H " near shoulder. . Bay mare; long tail,-star near, hind and ,off fore fect„'W' over td near shoulder,. Z over 1) UN.ofF shoulder. •. ay mare,- long tail, saddle marked,, star,..W It" over,J ■ . near shoulder. , . ... ... . Bay.'Colt;foal, nUir, ...

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