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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 July 1869
SHIPPING. ' i ■ ech jjc ^ v • ' aiiuivbu. n July 8—Jane Eliza, and barge "Wangaratta, Smith, master, from AVahgunyah, with a cargo of flour. John Orr, agent, July 9 -Corowa, Pierce, master, .from ^ahgunyah, iii ballast, P. Hogarth, aeent.' July 9—Waradgery, Ford, master, from Wahgunyah, with a cargo of flour. John Orr, airent. July 9—Adelaide, and barge. Pullar," master, from Bamah, with 26,000 feet of square timber and sleepers. DF.rAKTtJRES. July 7—Murrumbidgeo, Duncan, master, for Hay, with 50 tons of general cargo. W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. July 8—Pride of the Murray, and barge Moira, Davis, master, for tower Murray and Darling River, with 65 tons of cargo. \V. M'Culloch and Co.. agents. July 9—Alfred, and barge Alice, Mack, master, for Hay and Upper Murrumbidgee, with 110 tons of cargo. "W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. July 9—Jane Elina, and barge Wangaratta, Smith, master, for Corowa, with 30 tons of cargo.' John Orr, agent. Tho steamer Enterprise made three trips to Bama du...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 July 1869
Wool, Stations, Agencies, «3tc QALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Boueke-steeet West, Melbourne. James Mann, representative at Deuiliquin. G. Foestth & Co., do. "Wagga Wagga Do do. l)ubbo - SQ3 Advances om Station Propeftics. 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 Properties In Victobia and New South Wales. Bbight Beotheus & Co, Managing Agents, Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 292 Hvery and BaltStahle». BRIDGB~HOTmT HORSE BAZAAR and LIVERY STABLES by WILLIAM GIBSON. Buggies, Saddle Horses, &e.f Always on hand and ready Jor Hire. 162 Building: Maicirialg Echuca Steam Saw Mills. EED GUM out to order of any dimen sions, RED GUM FELLOES Always on hand. JAMES MACKINTOSH, Proprietor. 622 ECHUCA TIMBER YARD Hare-street. Murray Siver Steam Saw Mills Messrs Eldridge, Lang & Co. BEG to ...
DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 July 1869
: DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, July 7. The passings of stock to market through hero are still confined to fat sheep, and of these the supplies for Victoria continue extremely largo. Since our last nearly 24,000 have gone down, making for the last three weeks a number no less than 58,000. This week the flocks were as under:-July 1st—1200 of Gilbert's from Warwillali; 2nd—1793 of Scverno's, 1800 of Curtain's and 4000 of Virgoo's; 3rd—2300 of Lloyd's, from Yamma; '2500 of Peters', from Tubbo; OtH—1800 of Richmond's; and to-day, 2000 of Campbell's, 2500 of Darlot's,' and 4000 of Tully's. There are also flocks belonging to Peterson and Sargood, Dow, Lang and Palmer, anjl a fourth flock—name unreported—behind. During the week upwards of one inch of rain has fallen, on Monday night...
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 July 1869
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald OJicc, Friday Evening, The following mobs of Rtnnk have cros fid since our laBt issue:—July 7th—1F53 fat sheep, Curtain. 8th—148 head of fat cattle, M'Lauren, from Morooo. 9th—1780 fat sheep, Sevcrne, from the M urrumbidseo Since our last report we have had some showers. Th. weather generally has been exceedingly cold, and heavy dews, with dense fogs, have been prevalent. The prosr pectuB of the Eehuca Meat Preserving and Boiling-down Cotnpany.is published for the first time in our.issue of this morning. Our news from the North is of a satis factory character, as regards the state of the country, and the improving condition of the stock. The sale of Mossgiel station, on the Laehlan, - has been postponed until the 25th of this-month. It is said that the run will probably be offered in subdivisions. At Mudgee the market ha6 been'well supplied-latterly with fat cattle, prices ranging from 55s to 92s Gd per 1()0 lb., ,Fat sheep having been heav...
NEWMARKET SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
NEWMARKET SPRING MEETING. The race for tho Two Thousand Guineas was run on tho 27th of April. Though called " Tho Thousand Guineas," it is now-a-days worth between £4000 and £5000. The doings in connection with tho raco were altogether " sensational." Bulladrum, on his public form of laBt year, Btood far ahead of his competi tors.; yet, for months before the race, amateurs and professional bookmakers went on laying money, against the horse, as no prudent men do except they " know something." Some vague rumour got aiioat that Belladrum was a roarer; and without really knowing any thing, people laid immense sums against the horse, as if he had no chance; till even his verj owner did not know what to make of it. Tho .end of it was that tho betting ring very narrowly escaped a disaster. It Belladrum had-l)Cen";ridden to orders, and had not been" allowed':to make Strong running, he would have won in a canter, and some of tho most insSlent ofnhe; "leviathans" would, in-all probability hav...
NEWS By THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
NEWS;:By. 'THE MAIL. V» The month's catalogue of domestic-events (snys the Home News) has been of small inte rest Neither crirno nor casualty of note is recorded,: and - tho obituary of the month names do individual of note, with the excep tion of Molique, tho composer. The follow ing items are, collected from tho files to hand: —The Blue Jacket, a fine ship of 1,442 tons register, which sailed from Lyttelton, Now Zealand, on let Feb., for London, with a cargo valued at £130,21S, was. burned on 9th March, in lat. 50 S., and ion. 47 W. Tho crew and passengers took to tho boats, and were picked up seven days afterwards, by the Pyrmont, of Hamburg, by which vessel thoy were brought into Cork on 17th Way. Boats containing 37 of the crew were miss ing. No mention is made of tho origin'of the fire. The ship, cargo, and specie were fully insured. The Omar Pasha, also a first class ship, of 1,124 tons, belonging to Aber deen, left Brisbane for London on Feb. 1, with a cargo valued at £80,00...
STATE FOREST RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
STATE FOREST RESERVE. The Victoria Government Gazette of the 9th of July contains (he following description of the boundaries of a State Forest proclaimed on the Murray river, near the town of Barmah :—" The Governor in Council, has, in accordance with, and Bubjeot to, the provisions of the 41st olauae of The Amending Land Act, 1865, proclaimed the area comprised within the boundaries herein after described, a reserve for the preservation and growth of timber, viz.: Commenoing on the loft bank of the River Murray, at a point bearing west from north-west angle of the town of Bar mah ; thence east three miles, and north ten miles fifteen chains to the aforesaid river ; and thence by that river bearing westerly and southerly to the point of commencement; as shown on the plan deposited at the Crown Lands Office, Melbourne. Area about 19,600 acreB." Robbery of Goods Intended for Australia.—A short time ago a man named Aronson lost £600 worth of watches and jewellery, which he was about t...
SWAN HILL. July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
SWAN HILL. fFnOM THE PUNTMAN.I J uly.6. At last it hns come to our turn, rain has actually fallen, and we may shortly expect to see the plains and sandhills covered with a nice coating nf herbage and waving grass j it will also benefit the little paddocks of hay that are scattered through the district, for up co the present time the hard frosts and drought have kept them in a very backward state, and the maliee men are already beginning to look more cheerful, at the thoughts of full tanks, I suppose, and tho consequent probability of fat sheep, for which, if good, I am well pleased to learn from newspapers and casual remarks of men with pastoral proclivities, there is now something like a certainty of realising a fair price, owing to the increasing operations of the meat preserving companies. Of course for inferior animals—i.e., small, badly-woolled and but so-so conditioned, such as I often see passing this way—miserable prices must be expected. But that is an evil that I feel assu...
GOOLWA. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
GOOLWA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) • July 5. In compliance with your request, I gladly sit down to write a brief account of the pre sent state of affairs in this port. As you are of course aware, the Darling has been cleared of wool by the steamers, and we have had a busy time of it here, what with discharging, transmitting to Port Victor, and loading ves sels lor the upper river. We have had a large number of vessels arriving and depart ing within the last week or two, and I think there must be some seven or eight of them now on their way from here up to Wentworth. There is one vessel, the Fire Queen, of about 800 tons, taking in wool now for England at Port Victor. All the wool has been sent there, so no time will be lost in loading. You will have heard, I dare say, that the Lady Daly has changed hands, having been^ pur chased by Messrs Gunn and Co., of Went worth.—In reply to your inquiry about the buoying of the soa mouth channel by Capt. Douglass, I can only say that I belie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded July Cth, 18(i!); trespass, 6d. Bay maro, switch tail,' grey huirs on forehead, hind fetlocks whito, illegible blotch, like 0 or fct or O near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will bo,sold 4th August. GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkooper. Wanted WANTED a Gardener. Apply J as. Sbackcill and Co., Commeroial ChnraberB. 444 WANTED a goad General Servant. Wages no object. Apply to Mrs T. Wilson, Cumberland Elotul, 441 WANTED, for Barbara Station, a Married Couple, without incumbrance ; English or Sootoh preferred, Man to milk and attend to garden ; wife to cook, wtiBh for two, and gene rally attend to house. Wages £55 to £60 a year. Applv to F. Hogarth, Eohuca. 438 Sioticcs. JSnrgrcss Xilst AEEVI8I0N COURT to revise the Burgess List will be held in the Council Chambers, Town Hall, at twelve o'clook noon of Tuesday, the 20th instant. Thomas Towle, Mayor. Town Hall, Eohuca, 14th July, 1869. 443 Ciiuuuii. ANY person found trespassing on the Per ricoota or Tatalia R...
SANDHURST. Tuesday, 13th July. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
SANnHiriiST^J (From obji own-coiiiiesroniynxt.i ; j :.. 'o .'s? Tuesday. HSlh^Jiilv; 1868. 121 cnttlo—-vcryojshort.eupplyj-JJucf from 25s to 3Ss. per, ^hundred; calves,, good,., GOa;.. 2106 sheep, mostlyyew.es,.Best ih'frohi .9a Gd totOs^.""""'I ' Cnttio—l]7;''SirLaurin'8 (Inward), ^oodTOid middling —Ijullocka fO Oa Od, cows £8 ; 4, Mrtok-'fs pluin-,-£4 10a.
MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
HITCAT preserving company. A public meeting' of persons interested in the projected Ecbuca Preserring Company convened by advertisement, was held yester day afternoon at the Bridge Hotel. Mr. R. J. Glass was voted to tlie chair, and stated that the object proposed was one of the ut most importance to this place, and to the sur rounding districts. There was no locality better suited for the purposes of meat pre serving- he believed in the colonies, and he felt quite certain that a sounder and better article could be produced here than in Mel bourne. As the only squatter present he had felt some reluctance in taking the chair, but rather than such an excellent and de sirable undertaking should have any risk of falling through, or being hindered in the progress of its initiation, be had accepted that position on the present occasion. He could only say further that he would do everything in his power to forward the es tablishment of the company, and to promote its success. He .sincerely...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
•c-state op tiirdrivers. ' ECHUCA;:n':"- ';'J' i;,i -A * - ' ; July 13._ a3&?J8®rr?y C^hatfi^SgOjj8 12ft(101 n tabove Bumroer level, nnd rising. s_ : 000 MuttRAT.lt5Mi atnii i Wabgunyah.'. SftJJiin,above Bummer level Swan Hm.ey64.;1?A9'ft iCQISval &lt;X'»»C383. »> Eu;tou 1 Oft Join. ,, 000 &l?RRTOIBID0,®/8B3a£, Hay ' ' 7ft .Oin ,, ,, Bilranald ..^j:r!=12ft Oin ■ -„
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. On Saturday the oase of Glass and Higgms v J. M'Kenzie, for allowing sheep to travel on plaintiffs' ground without giving due notice, waa called on before tho Police Magistrate, when it waa stated tlmt it had been settled out of court. The Magistrates on the Benoh yesterday were the Polioe Magistrate, the Mayor, and Mr Shaokell, J.P. Two interminable cases of small debts, in whioh Chinamen were plaintiffs and defendants, occupied the attention of the court. They were both of a similar description, Ah Loney being defendant in each. In the first place Men Ging sued him for £10 10s, for work and labor done, and endeavonred to show that he had enteri d into partnership with Ah Loney in a garden, and that after a while plaintiff had turned him out, denied his share in the property, and refused to pay him. He failed, however, to maki out his caai to tho satisfaction of the Bench, and it was dismissed. Ah Ching preferred a similar complaint, and claimed from Ab Loney t...
THE MOAMA COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
:THE MOAM A COMMONS.-. The Riverine-Herald of Wednesday strongly condemns the action of the trustees hereof in the difficulties which they throw in the way of persons travelling with stock, and we heartily endorse our contemporary's'views on this subject. It appears that th&lt;e least bit of local authority bestowed by'the Government on the Moamaites is abused forthwith. The action of the trustees is generally condemned, and they would do well to' s'ee that they do not disabuse their power—if 'tb'ey do they may havecause to regret it in the shape of being mucted in a considerable sum' in la w/espensfs. —Pastoral Times. , * .. .. Mr. Butters. J1.I..A , if B!?id,:tQ.:h»ve. prcnrpa jrrour.d >•"> 1 he d amond tr.i;:es dietrint, U'hioh lie calculates to be Forth half a million. ■ _
MAGISTERIAL VALUATION. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
MAGISTERIAL VALUATION. (To the Editor of the Riverine Hera 'a.) Sir,—As the owner of several properties in this township, I would suggest to other land lords that they should unite to get an Act of Parliament passed by which local justices should be the sole arbiters of the amount of rental that each person holding premises on lease or other agreement should pay. I, for one, could afford to subscribe liberally towards getting the measure through, as I find by recent decisions of value of pro perty brought out by appeals, on Thursday, at the Police Court, that the local magistrates estimate property at a much higher rate than either tenant or LANDLORD. Echuco, 9th Jnly, 1869.
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JULY. PHASE OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
I1 CALENDAR FOil 1111- \VU&lt;k July. o f ,'t n f. "Last quarter •. Friday, 2nd, \.t 10.26 a.m. New moon . .Friday, 9th, . ..11.18 p.m. First quarter ..Friday, 16th, •... 4.28 p.m. Full moon ^ .:Fridayjn23 rd^ " IT. 34 p;m. ;... Apogee . 1st',' 4 a.m." . ' ' Perigee . . 16th, 3 a.m. Apogee .. 28th, 10 p.m. at f.cuuca. I Days of the " Sun.* " - ■; Date j Week.,' ■ Moon. Rises. Sets. U. IT. 11. M. n. M. 14 Wednesday.. .7 14 4 67 8/ 10 16p.m. 15 Thursday^ ■7,14.. ,4 68, 11 26...,, .16 Friday ■ •7 14. 4.58 17 Saturday .. .7 13 .4, 69 3. 12 32 aim. 18 Sunday 7 12 S 0 i 1 40 . 19 Monday 7 12 5 0 r2 46 ' 20 Tuesday 7 11 •5 r 3 49
BURGESS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
BURGESS MEETING. An adjourned public meeting of the rate payers of Echuca was held in the Town Ilall on Saturday evening last, for the purpose of taking1 into consideration the subject of the let ting of'the hall for public purposes. Mr RI'Arthur was voted into the chair, and, having briefly explained the object of the meeting, called on Mr Taylor to move the first resolution. Mr Taylor said it must be deemed a very strange thing that while the hall was not absolutely required for municipal purposes, the Council meetings being held in one of the small rooms, it should have been contemplated to withhold its use from the burgesses for public purposes, except at a very exorbitant charge. However, this, it appeared, had been a propo sal of the Town Clerk, which was not en dorsed by the Council. So much the more necessity was there for the burgesses to move in the matter, and to take such steps as would prevent a recurrence of such a very unde sirable arrangement. He thought they should ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
Holiotst's Pills.—These colebratcd Pilla are oepecially useful in purifying the blood, cleansing tfao stomach, gently stimulating the kidneys, and acting at wild aperients. A few doses of this purifying medicine Bet the foulest stomach right, remove all bilious symptom?, steady the circulation, give strenth to the muscles, and composure to the brain and nerves. The Pills are so innoxious that they may bo taken by persons ill the saost drluuie stale of health, and with marvellous effect. V/hen the system b:is been enervated by over indulgence, or exhausted by mcrcurial preparations, theto'l'ills are excellent restoratives; they expel the poison and enrich the biood.—Advertisement, Wo»S, Wtntioiss, Affciieles, tVc ALMA HOY 3 AM P BULL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Boueke-8treet \Vest, Melbourne. James Mark-, representative nt Deniliquin. G. Forsyth & Co., do. Waggn Wngga Do do. Dubbo 308 Advances ora Station Properties. THE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA...
The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869
terme leritlir. ECHUGA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, I860. A very sad affair indeed was the death last week in the Sandhurst Gaol of the unfortu nate man Luman, who had been committed by the Echuca Bench. It is a matter for great regret that some better provision cannot be-mads for the number of persons suffering from sickness who find their way to this point on the Border, both from New South Wales and Victoria. It is very desirable that some arrangement should be made by which they could obtain shelter, necessary comforts, and medical attendance* and we should be only too glad to have a way pointed out by which this could bo effected. Attempts have been made in Echuca to such an end, but have unfortu nately failed from want of support. Succour has been accorded times out of number in cases like that of Luman, by local charity ; and in several instances the police—though it is no part of their duty to do so—have can vassed the town for subscriptions. The difficulty is what to do with the po...