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THE CARRIAGE OF SHEEP BY THE ECHUCA LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

THE CARRIAGE OP SHEEP BY THE ECHUCA LINE. A deputation from the sheep-owners of the Murray watted upon ihe Hon the Commissioner of Bailways on last Thursday to request a reduo liou in the charges for the conveyance of sheep from Eohuoa to Melbourne. The Hon John M'Cra*, M L.C., and Mr Cohen, M.L A., intro - duced the deputati' n, whioh was very numerous, and included Mr Landell, of the New South Wales Legislature. Mr J. C. Grassie laid the date before the Commissioner, and stated that the profits on the sale of sheep in Melbourne would not allow of the payment of the charges made by the department for carriage. As a oonsequenoe, the majority of the sheep were travelled by land. In support of this statement, he pointed out that from the 28th October to the 30th January, 316 197 sheep passed through the Melbourne yards, and that 80,000 only of these sheep came by rai'.way. He thought it must be evident that, considering the advantages of travelling sheep by rail, the department would ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

.,, SjSyery aieeS BSait § fafefies. j-'-QSESSiOSw-Sa SSO'SJ'ESXa;: HORSE BAZAAR AND LIVERY... STABLES' f V,; :SU@?^a.l3:2L€£5S©-s, ' ':? .'; BT ::- ""i: W.I LLIAM Gr t B s; OiNi : Buggies,. Saddle Morses, <&e., ... Always on hand and ready for Hire, 162 SSoieEs, <Sre Friend-and-Hand Hotel, .• Hare Street, Echuca. SAMUKL ilOLMES begs to announce that he has opectd the above Hotel (premises lately in the occupation of Messrs Amos and Co.) with an assortment of the Beat Wines, Spirits, and Alc«t.< Travellers and others will find the best oeeatn: modatfca, and he trusts to receive :i aharu of : patronage. ■ ■ ' Samdel Holmes,'*--^: j • 766 Proprietor.: ♦ -•> -iffofeig/' &c:-~ J. SALOMON, ! H;gr& iss??' : ~WW«tb> 11; ©,S9' Opposite the Government Wharf, VT V'.;;: ECHUCA. ■ ■ r-;| JS. begs.to remind his friends and the • ; 7 publio that he supplies . : ; | , C OjuO.JE... 5& ES: 5 ]»i35. g ; Without Ice, At tlie Shades-...

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ECHUCA COCJNTY COURT. Thursday, 21st January, 1869. (Before His Honour Judge Macoboy.) STRUCK OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

ECHUCA COCJNTY COURT. Thursday, 21st January, 186?. (Before llis Honour Judge Maooboy.) Struck Out. Jaoorab v Allen ; same v Phemister (Mr Taylor for plaintiff). Waltham v Lahey. Cooney and. wife v Degraves. Undefended Cases. In the following cases verdicts were given by default:—Nolan v Burgess, L-iys V Burgess, Service and Lyell v Dawson (Mr Taylor for plaintiffs.) Defended Cases. Shaokell v M'Cullooh and Co.—For non- de livery of goods. Damages £16. Mr Martley, instructed by Mr Taylor, for the defence. The particulars of demand were informal, and His Honour nonsuited plaintiff, with £3 6s costs. Chappell and Bell v O'Rourke—This was an action for the recovery of a sum of £12 10s, as damages for the illegal impounding of five head of their oattle by the defendant, on the 12th of last December, and for casts thereby incurred. The case had previously b*en heard in the Court of Petty Sessions, where it had been dismissed. Mr Martley, instructed by Mr Taylor, for the plaintiffs: and M...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

STOCK ItKPOttTS', &c. ECHTJCA i NL) iiOAJVI A. The following mole of stock liave orqs cd 6incB onr last issue:— January 21—2,700 fat sheep, M'f.ean, Clarko and Co., from the Murrumbidgee. January 22—280 head of fat bullocks, F. Lucas, from Morocco station. The above are the only 11 crossings" which havo been registered since oOr last issue, and we bare not learnt that any mobs are approaching. We had several hours of heavy rain on Wednesday night, but the sky cloared up early on Thursday morning, and we have not had a BDOwer since then. The Melbourne priceB offer but few inducements for sheep just now, and tho owners are beginning to think thoy had better keep them until they •nre more urgently required.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

WoSl, 'Stii'ti©ris, A jyeiaele's, &rc pjyl L 41A HOY:,'OA MP BELL & COi, ... i" §lieep.;aiid CattleiSalesmen,'; j \ 47'j ^BoUliKE-STUEET: ;\VeST^ • MELBOURNE; ; "■ 'Jajies MakxV representatiytf afc.Deniliquinv "■*($. jTobsyth ;& ',Cd;|V!; doT"' "Wagga Wagga ' 1:;do'; 'Dubbi? 71.9 Aftyain'ces osa Siatioii' jproporc2e's> rpS-E *.TRUST and AGT5NCY-' COMPANY of _| ; : --AtrSTftALASIA (Limited), Having no'w a large amount of capital foi ■' investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates ... On " Squatting Pkopehties In "Victohia and New South Wal&s.- : • 'Bright Beotheus & Co, Managing Agents. *■ "Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. - ; ■ ' 705 :.7.; ..X>B'bfCSiii6l9a.l. . H. 'K .POWELL,,; y:;;:: uiU Opposite the Bank of Victoria,v -, i^inO ;[*, echuca! G2r'.': •••C ,!i!;:Bn8!aC8S' Notices. •.;•• • "/ ALFRED CARPENTER,-' Bookseller) Stationery Mews Agent, Begs to inform hie friends and the public that' 'i ; ' • ' ...

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WOOL REPORTS, &c. MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

WOOL REPORTS, &c. MELBOURNE. Wednesday, £Oih January, Messrs K. Goldsbrough and Co. report:—Wool —The arrival of the Geelong places us in pos -session of advices from the English market to the -4th of December, and telegraphic intelligence to ■■.the 23rd of that month. The news is of a satis factory character, and we are glad to note that the telegrams received by last mail steamer reporting an advance of from Jd to Id p8r lb. in the November sales, are confirmed, the rise on superior flocks being to fully this extent. The quantity arrived for the tales was about 127,000 bales, and we learn from the late telegram, dated December 23rd, that out of this quantity 50,000 bales were taken for export, the sales closing firm. The attendance of both English and Continental buyers has been larger than usual for the time of yeir, and there are s.tisfactory indications that ■trade in the manufacturing districts i3 improving. Wo trust (he advance thus realised will be main tained, but w...

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THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 20th January, 1868. MESSRS R. GOLDSBROUGH AND' CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 January 1869

THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 20th January, 18G8. MESSRS fc. GOLDSii ROUGH AND' CO.'S REPORT. Fat Cattle.—The fat cattle market was supplied with 1,176. The supply for the week was a large one. The additional accommodation afforded by the opening; of a portion of the new cattle yards, referred to in our last report, enabling the salesmen to transact the business of the week in one day. The number of cattle in, though much under last week's, was Etill considerably ■over the requirements of the trade, and coming imme diately after the heaviest glut of the season, rendered hopeless any expectation of an improvement in prices. There was, however, a large attendance of both town and country buyerB, and the market opening with some briskness, last week's rates were pretty well maintained during the early part of the day, but later on the bid dings slackened, and prices were more in favour of tho buyer, and had it not been for the presenco of the graziers, who operated to some extent, considerab...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails due from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted) at 1 p.m. aud 10.35' p.m.; delivered at 1.30 p.m. and 9 a.m. • •• : Ditto, Down Travelling Post Offiec, and Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 10.35 p.ni; delivered at 9a.m. Ditto, Dp Travelling Post Office, t Runnyinede " and Rochester, daily (Sundays excepted), at l p.m; de livered at 1.30 p.m. Ditto Moama and Deniliquin; daily (Suudaye excepted), : at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m., Ditto, Hay, Tuesdays,r Thursdays',- and Saturdays, at 3.45 p.m. ^delivered at 4.30 p.m. Ditto, Ulupna AYest, ,Kaarimba, Kotupna, and Lower. Aloira, Thursdays,>at 3 p'.m; delivered at3.30 p.m. tfi ■ Mails close for Melbourne and, Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted), at 7 a m. aid 4 p.int Ditto, Travelling Post; Office, Runnym'ede,. and :;Eo chester, daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m.; Goor nong, daily (Sundays excepted); at 4 p.m. Ditto, Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at7 a.m. Ditto, Moamaand Deniliquin,...

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PIVILEGE OF PARLIAMENTARY REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

Pivilege of Parliamentary Rkpokts. j —Judgment w»s given in the Court of Queen's Bench on JSov. L'o, in the case of " Wason v. Walter," which raised for the first time for the decision of a court of law the question whether reports of debates in Parliament are privileged—that is to say, whether, if correct, fair, and bona fide, they may be made the subject of an action' for libel This was an action of libel brought by Mr Rigby Wason against the. proprietors of the Times newspaper for publishing a report of a debate in the House of Lords on a peti tion presented on his behalf praying for an inquiry into the conduct of Sir Fitzroy Kelly, I who had recently been appointed Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and also for .j publishing a leading article comment ing on the debate, and reiterating some of the statements made by the peers1 who took part in it. At the trial before the Lord Chief Justice at Guildhall tlie jury found that the report was accurate and faithful, and the article a ...

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PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL. A correspondent of a country paper writes: —" A gentleman, on whose veracity we may rely, stated that travelling over the Keilor Plains on Wednesday, he saw a flock of about 7,000 sheep literally starving, and scores of them dead on the land, whilst the others were digging up with their feet the roots of any grass left, trying to keep themselves alive. Surely the owner cannot be a humane man." Considerable alarm was creatcd lately among the owners of sheep in the Mudgee district, by a report that soab bad broken out among the sheep on a station known as Gun tawaing. Thanks to the excellent working of the Scab Act of New South Wales, that colony has for some time been clear of scab, and it is by no means suprising to hear that the existence of the disease among the flocks in question has been officially denied. The inspector of sheep at Mudgee reported to the Chief Inspector that the sheep at Guntawaing were quite clean, but were dying of starvation and old...

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CONSPIRACY TO EVADE THE LAND ACT. CAMPERDOWN, Friday night. Jan 22. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

CONSPIRACY TO EVADE THE LAND ACT. Camperdown, Friday nierht. Jnn 22 An important prosecution under the Amend ing Land Act, Regina at the suit of Myles (Crown Lands Bailiff) v John Hylavd and Alexander 31'Donald, which has occupied the magistrates at the Court of Petty Sessions (Mr Puckle, P M., and Messrs Curdie and M'Kinnon, J.P.s) since Thursday morning, terminated this evening. The prosecution was instituted hy the Board of Land and Works, for conspiracy to evade the Amend ing Land Act of 1865, or, in other words, the defendants were charged with dummyism The technical charge was that of conspiring to cheat and defraud the state of certain lands n the parish of Kolora, by means of false repre« •entations, and there was a second count in :he information charging the defendants with jonspiring to make a wilful false statement jontrary to the Land Act, 1862-5. Mr C. A, 3myth conducted the prosecution, and Mr Aspinall appeared for the defence. The facts of the case were shortly as fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

Wanted WANTED a General Sprvant. Apply to Mrs Langford, Diekson street, Eohuoa. 8 Crovornment AdvcHiseiiicntg Victorian Bitiiways Reduction in [.Parcels and ExceES Luggage Hates. PARCELS are now carried at considerably re duced rates. A paroel under 1 lb weight iB oarried between Melbourne and Balliirat or Sand hurst for Sixpence; and heavier parcels at pro portionately low rates. Signed, C. E. Jones, Commissioner of Railways. 2lBt January, 1869. 133 XeiuSers. TENDERS required to make thirty thousand Bricks. Apply Mr Hogarth's store, Echuca. 131 TENDERS will be received up to the 2nd day of February for the erection of a new Wesleyan Church at Echuca (exclusive of fit tings). Plans and specifications may be seen at Messrs Matthews • Brothers. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. Matthews, 139 Hon Pec. H. LEONARD'S MOAMA FERRY. H. L. has ap&r«Lno expense to make this Punt the largest and. beat in the colony, and thS GiEg" ways'and Approaches second to none. A ver...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From our latest telegraphic intelligence we 'gather the following Sydney. The Customs department have taken alarm at the cases of smuggling reported as having been discovered at the port of Melbourne, and have taken stringent measures to ascertain whether a similar business is being carried on in this port from Melbourne. On the arrival of the Wonga Wongs, s, last Friday night, I the clearing officer searched all the passengers' luggage before he would pass the ship. No thing was- discovered in it, however, upon which duty ought to have been paid. In future the authorities intend to be very (strict in this matter. An inquest was held upon a fire by which Tucker's stores at tho Two Mile Flat, near Mudgee, were totally destroyed. The jury having heard the evidence returned an open verdict, that there was nothing to show liow the fire originated. Mr Tucker was insured for the snm of £3,000. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr Martin, the late Premier, will, on Wed...

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MESSRS L. MACPHERSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

MESSRS L. MACPHERSOIT AM) CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 23rd January. Horse Market.—Broken-in Stock—We had a very ! good attendance at our .Wednesday's market, and some satisfactory sales were effected. This market continues to exhibit a steady- improvement, and there is plenty of demand.for good sourtd young stock of all descriptions. We placed a large number of horses, drays, conveyances, ■&c.,thnn we have done for the last time months,'and at satisfactory rates-in fact, the horso trade for the last three weeks lias heen unusually brisk, and there is no difficulty in clearing good stockat tho present time. The greatest difficulty we meet with is in pursuatfng holders to bring forward .their best horses, as many are waiting for ploughing to commence, hoping to find a s'.ill better market.. Prices remain, firm . Unbroken S&cfe-We had three lots of colts forward,-, "Jqiirod. »4.}f--.w. n rxtssrs lot irom wagga Wngga, at, prices,/Varying from £1 to JB10 perhead. We also nold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

THE RiVERINE HERALD BI-WJ3EKI/3T NEWSPAPliK, [fl published every Wednesday >uid Saturday, and dee . patched on the same day by the Victorian and Hew ■ South "Wales Maile. Subscription, Ten shillings and sixpence per Quarter, payable in advance; or twelve shillings if credited, with postage added, to country subscribers. -The quarters commence" on 1st July and 1st October of this year. . "Subscribers commencing after the beginning of a ' quarter will be charged proportionately, to the termination of the" current three months. - Orders to discontinue cannot be received after the begin *" ning of a quarter, and should be forwarded during , the1 last month of- a quarter, together with tlio ' - amount due for all arrears then owing. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. . To afford the utmost facility to business men for obtaining tlie publicity %they require, the following scale of charges for advertising in the IIivekine Herald has been adopted. V £ 8. d. For one inch for one insertion 0 5 0 One i...

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DENILIQUIN. Pasteral Times Office, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

DENILIQUIN. Pastel Times Office,- 22nd JanuaVy." The news froa tit/ inland districts is still varied in its character. xn S0!^° Parts copious rains have fallen, ■while°^or5 there is still drought in its severest fnrra. p,vi now is of'no servico as far as grass is concerned, out it may serve to.keep the stock alive by preventing Abe necessity of cattle and Elieep wandering away.in search of water to slack their thirst. In the meantime, -etcepting on a foiv favoured and lightly stocked runs, rattle and sheep arc falling oflV Fat cattle are scarce, out there.aro ample quantities of fat sliecp in our imme diate neighbourhood. ■ From Dubbo and the North tho news is still bad, and the country is looking wretched. The frontages—through which the myriads of travel-; /Ung sheep'hftve paesed—are as devoid of grass as a mail /Tiad; and the little .feed on the back blocks is in nine caea out of ten rendered of no value through the - sc&city of water. "We sre sorry to say. that the hcavj...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY—FEBRUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

CALENDAR FOR THE 17EER. January—febrtjauy. phases of the 1toon,; Last quarter. Tuesday, 5tb,' : 4.2 p m, New moon : .. Wednesday, 13th, 4.33 a.m. First quarter. .Thursday, 21st, • 10,6 a.m. Full moon - .-.Thursday. 28th,-'.il;l0 a.m. Apogee : 17th, 5 a.m. Perigee .. 29th, 11 a.m. ' ' ' AT KCHUCA. Days of the •"•Sun. . : Datt Week. , Moon. Rises. Set?. ir. si. II. M. jr. jr. -27 Wednesday.. 4 io 7 16 S. • 3 49 a m. :28' Thursday •4-'ir 7 15 R,. 7 28 p.m. 29^ Friday 4 12 7 15 8 14 30 Saturday 4 13 7 :14" - S 55 • 31 Sunday 4 14 , 7 "13 9 34 1 Monday .. 4 15 ~T 12 10 Sa.m. .2. Tuesday - - . 4 17 7 M 10 45

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ADELAIDE MESSRS DEAN, LAUGHTON AND CO.'S REPORT. Thursday, 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

-ADELAIDE "SRS DEAN, Li.UGIITON AND OO.'S' "tEPORT. .'Thursday, 14th January. \ REPORT. C . _-M i.'aI'-VATTi«E.—Tbg-tjiorket baf been more fully flupplied if late, bat'hu^ hsen a lirni one for good .quality cattle, which hava, Sold readily ; but inre«-.„-jvjality, tiot^auiliug ihe xtquiretnenta of the trade geiic. jiy, liave beenXji'eavv of sale. We have sold— 05 head of good pa tile (a few inferior), mostly Wlccke, averaging £7 lis ; 30 head good quality cattle (mixed sixcp). nvnrasiEE £7 lQsj S4 head ofXinedium cattle,-,'or Allan Bell, averaging £7 2s Od ; 29 In*1*! of cattle, for Messrs. Evorard, areraging £G,ds 4d ; 53 head of inferior-cattle, for various uw^ers, averaging £5 ■63. Quotations - Pri^oful^eks, from £7 10s to £12 ; inferior-** "good bu'rocks, from £o to £7; prime co^apfrora £6 to £0; inferior to good cows, from .£& to £5.10s. ; . Fat Biikkp . of really good quality are in moderate demand, and such are iu good request. . Kombers of inferior quality elieep con...

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 26th January. (Before Mr Langford, P.M., his Worship the Mayor, and Dr Crussen. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

Efil-TTTOA POLTOE COURT. Tuesday, 26th January. (Refore Mr LaDgford, P.M., his Worship tho Mavor, and Dr Crussen. J.P.) .R. Ileah v" A. Hartshorn—Wilful damage by goats. Mr Taylor, for the complainant, stated that the matter liar! been settled out of Court, Stephenson (Crown Lands Bailiff) v Major— Unauthorised occupation of Crown Lands. Mr Taylor objeoted that the summons was grounded on a complaint instead of " an information in ! wiiting," as required by the statute, and con tended that the case must be dismissed. The Bench dismissed the case. Crown Lands Bailiff v Re; s—Removing sand without a license. Mr Taylor, for defendant, raised the same objeotion as in the last case, and also objeoted that the summons did not Btate that the Crown lauds were not under leaso, as required by the statute. 'J he Bench dismiessd the sum m°n. iileesonv AUco O'Neill—For having ille gally left her hired service. Mr Taylor for complainant, Mr Powell for defendant. It appeared that the defendant had...

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WAGGA WAGGA Express Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

WAGGA WACPA Express Office, f'ridnv Evfinino*. Business is very;. qtiiof, • bat : for fat fat bullocks thera is a very fair demand, with but very fe^ good lots offering.-v; •> Mr G. A. Elliott reports the f-aie of i>. nmil! lot ofstores. .We bear ibr.t Messrs-YVatt-.and >.Thompson have p»rcl>aewl--" the-."-On.cket«>d<>gong; run. 19,000 of Mr Cochran's sheep from .Widgewn, have* passed fur the mountains:, also 8000 of Mr T. A. Browne's, from Bundigerie, and 500 brppding cows belonging to Messrs Wal ler and Gorton, for the same destination.

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