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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869

SHIPPING'."! ! ECH UCL AitlhvAi.s.' July 10—Pearl, and barge Symmetry, E.'C/ Randall, roaster, from Hay, with a quantity of wool j also, about ten toss of gait from Swan Hill. BErAUTBHES. July 13—WaradRery, Foord, master, for'Wahgunyah, •with twelv5'totirof"Cargo;'**Jobn Orr,-agent. r — The Eiverina^from Hay; and rtho Wahgunyah, from Corowa,': arc'hourly expected. - • - ^ The Alfred arrived at Swan Hill at 5 p.m. [yesterday, and Bailed, at 5 a.m. fo'r Hay. The Wnhgunyah and Jane Eliza left Wahgunyah yesterday, for.Echuca; and tbo Co^owa left aamo place for Albury ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869

-vigilseasiness Notices. ■ BT^'E'ECE ■ ,-■ ■ r' " '" Eohaoa, Hay 17th, 1869.. J nA^E: THIS DAY DISPOSED: 1. ■ f'- • - ' OF MY -'7. WJiolesale.aud Betail Business :in! •»Ecliuca to Mi* H» Lutli, And hope you'will accord him tho patronage you . have eo liborally bestowed on mo, ' ■ : F. HOGARTII. Referring to tlio ebova .advertisement, I have to inform'you that it is my intention to con Urine' the wholesale and rotail b'uainesa lately carried on by Mr F. Hogarth, and trust by strict attention to tho wmo to morU yoar'oupport. 353 "■' " " H. LUTH; TTrees!/ffrccs! TTrccs! STEA.D: BROTHERS, Pall Mall, Sandhurst, next door to tho Lycoum Theatre, aro Solo AgontB for Mr Jame3 Scott, of the Royal Nur-; uory, Hawthorne, for the sale of all kinds 0: Fruit and Forest Trees. K.B. Pears, Apples, Plums, "Cherries; &o, also Orange and Lemon Plants direct from Sydney. IClms, Asn,Porr.ARSj Oaks, Willows,'&e, and Blue Gum. A great variety of ': SmtuM and Ornamental Tubes nlways on hind,...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 9th July. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869

v.,''Bafltotaljfim'oB Office, 9th. July. un me »ra »)uu sneep, iLIpyd's) reported'Inst; week, and 2000 (Peters's^'croBSDd'iifcrc^ a!so','Joii thc'Gth", 1800 fat ehcep (Uichards's); on the 7th the following fat fiheep:—2000 . (Caihpl)eirs)p4300- (TuUy's),'2500. (Dar lot's) ; on.the.9tb, 200 fat eattle;(I,earmonth'6) ■ crossed at JJeuiHquin ; lOtU : . 2200 .fat rBheepVCl'eterson and Sargood), 3000 from Togamriain, amTriflockTrom War breccan station—all left for Victoria. Mr**Wnrden Harry Graves'/for llyan arid"Hammond, Bold 181 mixed cattle, oil account of Messrs-Kennedy Bros., to Mr Alexander M'Laurin. Jackson's-stpro cattle are here under olFc): (Tlyan arid Hammond)'. A inobof 200 cattle .(Wolspleyj.G'Dlis, arid Co's), passed here1 etiyirqnte from Glenroy 6tatinn ts Xhule. The sale .last-week of" 1834 sheep, by; Mr Mann, was on account of Dal.j £ampbell and.Co., for Donald Ryrio to Mr Robert Patterson. We hear that a mob* of fat cattle left "Mr'M'Latirin's station a few days ugo.for...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 July 1869

STOCK RKPORTS, Riverine Herald Office. Tuesday Evening., i! The following mobs of. stock' have crnB-ed since our lout,issue:—July 10—4000 fat sheep, Pratt, Lach-. Ian ; 11th—1-100' fat sheep! Peters*, Rlurrumbidgee";' 12th—2000 fat sheep, Hon W. Campbell, Murrumbid gee; 1800' fatfsheep.' Firebrace,- Murrumbidgec; 2500 fat sheep, Darlot, Billabong; 13th—4000 lat sheep, Rutherford, Murrumbidgee; 2300 fat shecpf? Feather-' stonhaugh, Ynrama;i-25o fat cattle, Buckley,- Murrurn bidgrO.,f, The-Trustces of tho Moama Common arp'endeayquring to show,that tea' havo mado_miistatomehta' vfith' respect to their'management.;' Admitting this'to he tho case', which "wb'db not,' tho'fact'romnins that they have got five miles of river frontage into their.hands at;the approach to the most- important- crossing, places on. the boundary between Ncwj kSouth ,\Valps and, yictoria, and have the power to .offer rery serious'obstructibuB to the course of traffic. , In'' the event of the river being flooded ag...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

A Shocking Occutirkkce.—A-horrible accident bcc.nrYod:on/-Friday. night, April 23, at the Cirque Napoleon, Paris. yA rival of . Robert Houdinj-Dr.'Epstein, has entertained the Parisian pubjic;at .the FantaisiesParisienr nes, and subsequently a; ,tho Cirque Napoleon,r by a series of legerdemain..feats, amongst which was that of/allowing himself to be shot at by any one wfifwould load a pistol and fire at bim. On Friday he offered. the pistol .to two of the audience, who successively refused the experiment. It was finally"accepted"by"a" gentleman, who ^loaded and handed the pistol, to one of the Cirque servants. The man, as desired, fired on Dr Epstein. He immediately!; exclaimed, "I am killed," andfell,• 'blood I pouring from his mouth ; a gaping wound in .bis broast being visible to the audience as he lay on the ground. The ramrod, by incon ceivable carelessness, had not been withdrawn, and bad consequently been shot right through the unfortunate exhibitor's breast. . ■: Another bit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

IMPOUNDINGS Impounded July 6th, 18G9; trespass, 6d. Bay mare, switch tail, grey hairs on forehead, hind fetlocks white, illegible blotch, like 0 or t! or <3 near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will bo sold 4th August. Impounded at Echuoa, July 11th; trespass la each:— Bay mare, switch tail, Baddle marked, S near shoulder, blotch like K before Y near ribs and shoulder. Bay mare, switch tail, star, shod, saddle and collar marked, like LOB near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will bo sold on tlio ,11th of August. GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkeeper. Wanted WANTED a Gardener. Apply Jas. Shaokell and Co., Commercial Chambers. 444 WANTED a good General Servant. Re ferences required. Apply to Mrs T. Wilson, Cumberland Hotel, 441 TXTANTED a smart, Bteady Youth, about VV fifteen years old, who is willing to work and learn at the Emu Tannery, Vchuoa. Apply | James Shanlrell. Commercial ChnmbpfB. 452 Tenders ZSoroug'la Worhs and Rate Collecting* TENDERS will be rec...

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THE LOWER LODDON. KERANG, 8th July. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

THE LOWER LODDON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Kerang, 8th July. | It is to be regretted that the amount an nually voted by the Government for the aborigines is not earlier and more equitably distributed. I do not wish to enter upon the question as to the policy of granting anything at all to them in the shape of blankets and rations, for much may be urged against the practice and a great deal might be said upon the score of humanity, but as a certain amount has been placed on tbe Estimates, to purchase rations and clothing for their benefit, it is but reasonable to ask why mid-winter has been allowed to pass and not a single blanket has reached the hands of tho honorary correspon dent of the Board for the protection of the aborigines. A civil servant can understand the pros and cons of the abomination of a dead-lock, and nerve himself to meet the difficulty and maybe his creditors; but you cannot get a blackfellow to understand the trickeries of State whilst he is shivering in a w...

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PRIMITIVE FRONTIER INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

PRIMITIVE FRONTIER INDUSI'HIKH. Mr Hopwood and Mr Maiden both Hid a good deal in their time towards preparing the way for the establishment of industries of an important character on this point of the Mur ray. They worked for their own benefit, and so do all men engaged in business. But a very mischievous spirit of monopoly actuated these two enterprising pioneers in their deal ings. While they labored for their own en richment—a proceeding with which it is impossible to quarrel—they were not without their ambitions. They had a desire to see large towns arise about the localities in which they had settled and which they had reclaimed from a desert condition. Their natural astute ness and foresight told them that they bad pitched upon spots, the geographical position of which must eventually render them of great commercial importance, and they, therefore, entered with great confidence and spirit on the self-imposed task of populating them. But they were both over eager for their own ...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. The Legislative Council met on Tuesday, but there being' no business before it, ad journed till Tuesday next. In the Legislative Assembly the Land Bill has been further con sidered in committee, and the 18th clause after various amendmehts had been proposed and negatived, was finally agreed to on Tuesday evening1. The Clause gives the Minister power to determine as to who shall or shall not receive a license to occupy Crown lands, under the settlement portion of the bill; and determines the maximum area to be selected at 640 acres. On Wednesday even ing the House was occupied with a discussion which arose on the motion of Mr Davies for the production of the papers in the case of Miles v M'Neill. The Chief Secretary would not promise a committee of inquiry, but the Attorney General said that the w hole case should beexamined and ifthere were sufficientgrounds lor doing so, criminal proceedings should be initiated. The Scab Amendment Bill has passed through Com...

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THE UPPER DARLING. MENINDIE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

THE UPPER DARLING. (fbom our own coebespondent.) Menindte. Julv 11. A fine rise of ten feet has taken place in the river. It iB rising here, and the mailman informs me it was also rising at Bourke when he left. We are anxiously looking out for the arrival of some of the steamers. The opportunity now offered them of getting up the river ought not to be lost. I am surprised they are not making hay while the sun shines. This is in a great mea sure the fault of not having telegraphic com munication. It is not more seriously wanted in any part of Australia. We ought to able to communicate without a moment's delay the news of the rise or fall of the water to the shipping on the lower rivers. Also, would it not be of immense advantage to the settlers, and the merchants they deal witli at Wentworth or Adelaide to have the means of forwarding orders to be brought up by the first departing boats ? It is evident that it is indispenable to the successful navigation of the rivers that the telegr...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. July 16. The Murray (wharf gauge) is 12ft lOin above summer level. [BY ELECT UIC TELEGRAPH.] The Mttkuat. Wahgnnjah.. 5ft 3in above summer level Swan Hill .. 10ft Oin „ „ Euiton .. 10ft Sin ,, „

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GREEN AND DEAD WOOD LICENCES. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

GREEN AND DEAD WOOD LICENCES. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.1 Sir,—I should like to know how long we are doomed to submit to the petty tyranny of the Crown Lands Bailiff. Supporters he ap pears to have both here and at bead-quarters. This being the case, it is no use arguing with him, and we ought at once to apply to the fountain head in a body for an abatement of the grievances caused by him ; for as you have said, I think he must stretch the law a little in the perpetration of his acts of over officiousness. If the people of Echuca and district will submit to be tyranised over by such an individual, I think they have not brought along with them that spirit of inde pendence and freedom their race are possessed of in the motber country. My case to-day was, I think, one of peculiar hardship and injustice. From the decision it appei.rs that a person holding a dry wood license cannot remove a tree from Crown lands that he finds fallen (perphaps for a con siderable time), if the...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. july. phases of the moon. Last quarter . Friday, 2nd, .. 10.26a.rn, New moon ..Friday, 9th, .. 11.18p.m. ■Firstquarter ..Friday, 16th, .. 4.28 p.m. Full moon . .Friday, 23rd, .. 11.34 p.m. Apogee .. 1st, 4 a.m. Perigee .. 16th, 3 a.m. Apogee .. 28th, 10p m. AT ECUUCA. Days of the Sun. Date Week.; Moon. Rises. Sets. IT. M. h. m: - ' h: jr. 17 Saturday . • 7 13 4 69 S. 12 32 a.m. 18 Sunday 7 12 5 0 1 40 19 Monday 7 12 5 0 2 46 20 Tuesday 7 11 5 1 3 49 21 Wednesday; 7 11; 5 2 4 50 22 Thursday 7 10 5 3 5 46 23 Friday 7 9 5 3 6 38

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THE MAYOR AND THE TOWN CLERK. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

THE MAYOR AND THE TOWN CLERK. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—Your sub-leader of last Saturday, which deals with the proceedings of the Council at its Wednesday's sitting, and what there took place with respect to the charge made for the use of the Town Hall, induces me to prefer a request that you will give to the public the resolutions passed by the Coun cil on the 23rd June, as taken from the Coun cil's minutes, which were confirmed as correct by the Council some time before your reporter entered the chamber last Wednesday. On the 23rd June two applications were received and considered at the same time by the Coun cil for the use of the hall—one from Mr Archer and the other from Mr Lawrence, and, after much discussion, the following resolu tions were arrived at:—" That the applica tions be granted subject to the following con ditions, namely:—1 That a deposit of L10 be made to provide for any damages. 2. That the fee to be paid be42s; the Coun cil to providu lights a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. The Riverine Herald iB published every Wednesday and Saturday,1 and despatched by the New South Wales and Victorian Mails of the samo day. In the township of ECIIUCA a delivery is effected before 7 a.m.; and in MOAMA before fl a.m. ou the morningB of publication. Subscription, 12s per quarter, or 10s (3d if paid in advance, with postage added to country subscribers. Subscribers commencing after the beginning of a quarter will be chargcd 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. t|§f Orders to discontinue cannot 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 arrears then owing ; nor can any advertise ment be withdrawn without a written notice to that effect.

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BORDER INDUSTRIES. SELECTORS' FARMS. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

BORDER INDUSTRIES. Selectors' Farms. No. 1. It may be interesting to souio of our readers to follow us in our visits to the sur rounding agricultural districts. The progress of settlement under Grant's Land Act in this neighborhood has been satisfactory. Many really comfortable homes have been formed, and such farming improvements have been made in many instances as to reflect the highest credit on those who have entered on the pursuit of tilling the ground. We shall not be exaggerating in stating that the re sults of industry and perseverance on the part of some of the selectors not only call for commendation, but actually excite one's as tonishment. It is to be hoped that these persons will meet with ample reward, and, as far as can be seen at present, they have every prospect of doing well this year. The re currence,. however, of dry seasons is to be dreaded, and the farmers in these latitudes will never be 6afe until the means of irriga tion are brought by some means or other to...

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The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

C|e |ttkrrae fjerali ECZUCA, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1869. Whether right or wrong, every man who boldly and conscientiously asserts his opinion on a public question is entitled to respect. The hon. member for Rodney has consistently opposed that important principle of the new Land Bill with reference to the discretionary powers of the Minister. His objections can not be deemed frivolous or vexatious, for it is a matter that is open to very serious question and consideration; and it would be unjust and improper on the part of his constituents to term his motives factious, although it may be fair fighting for the Government party in Parliament to meet his opposition with such an assertion. We believe Mr Macgregor to be aB honest in his views, as he is undoubtedly earnest in his legislative action. In the in terests of the country, and of that section of the colonists whom he represents, he holds it to be dangerous to invest the President of the Board of Lands with the arbitrary powers prop...

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BOROUGH ASSESSMENT APPEALS. [The following letter, which has been forwarded to the Minister of Justice, has been handed to us by Mr H. P. Taylor for publication.] TO THE HON THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. (Per favor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

BOROUGH ASSESSMENT APPEALS. [ t'lig following letter, which has been for warded to the Minister of Justice, has been handed to us by Mr II. P. Taylor for pub lication.] To the Hon the Minister of Justice. (Per favor of ike Riverine Herald.) Sir,—I have the honor to submit, for your careful consideration, the accompanying table of valuations in the Borough of Echuca, and the amounts at which the local Bench—con sisting of the Police Magistrate, Mr Henry Crossen, J.P., and Mr Thomas Towle, J.P., the Mayor—have recently fixed and decided those valuations. The clause of the Statute giving the right of appeal to Petty Sessions having provided that the Magistrates' decision shall be final, I have no means of protecting my clients from a repetition of the very disastrous result of their appeals to the local Bench than by an appeal to yourself, as head of the Department, to issue such directions ss you may deem advisable, for instructingjboth our Stipendiary and Honorary Magistrates how to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

Hoi.t.o;\vay's Oistmknt and Pilm. — Premature Decline.—The unwary and tlioughtlesB'may save them selves a sen of lulure troubles by ail curly recourse to these excellent curntivea. All blotelios from whatever cause arising, all enlargements of the glands wherever situated, irritating cores and debilitating- discharges, may bo safely and certainly cured by employing Hoi. loway's Ointment and Pills, in accordance with the instructions wrapped round rath pot and box. No timidity need deter the wealceet from applying to these r&torStiveS", which exert the threefold qualities of purifying, regulating, and repairing without disturbing the stomach, annoying the nervi-us system, or rendering eontinerenit to the houte necessary. Hollowav's medica m;«'« will stein the source of many maladies, which, whea'ueglected, perpetuate misery.—Advertisement. - W«'dE?%itatt»«8, Ayencies, *Ve; cam ptb e l l & CO. Lo i.riVsheap and Cattle Salesmen, . i J47 ^BouaEE-STnEET West, M el-bourne....

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THE MOAMA COMMONS. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869

THE MOAMA COMMONS. : (To the Editor\of the Riverine Herald.') Sir,—By dir»otion of the trustees of Moama Commons, I have the bonor to draw your more especial attention to the inaccuracies ad verted to in my communication of the 9th inBt. 1. I am to apprise you that the trustees regret that you did. not, before giving cnrrency to the inacouraoies named, seek from themselves, as a puhlio body, having both a public and an indi vidual character to preserve, information whioh would and will be, at all times, at the disposal of the PreBS. ■ 2. The trastees, assured that you have been grossly misled by unscrupulous cx parte state ments, deem it proper on this occasion to un deceive you, and such of the publio interested aa mav have Been your journal of the 7th inst. Bui the trustees desire it to be distinctly understood they cannot in future notice any ex parte state ments whatever, r 3. At the 14th line of yonr stook report in the. issue adverted to, it is Ihns written, viz.: "The trustee...

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