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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869
SHIPPKnGA v E C H U C A. ARRIVALS. July 14—Hiverina, and barge I.acblan, I). Uowera, master, from Hay, in ballast. \V. M'Culloch and Co., agents. July 15—Jane Eliza, John Banks, master, from Wah gunyah, in ballast. John Orr, agent. July 16—Wahgunyah, J. Page, master, from Corowa, with a quantity of wool and skins. \V. M'Culloch and Co., agents. DEPAnnJHES. July 15—Pearl, and barge Symmetry, E. C. Randal!, master, for Hay, with 80 tons of general cargo. F. Hogarth, agent. July 16— Riverine, and barge Lachlan, D. Bowers, master, for Balrnnald and Hay, with 70 tons of general cargo. Wahgunyah, J. Page, master, for Corowa and Wahgunyah, with 45 tons of cargo and five passengers. W. M'Culloch and Co., aEents. The Alfred and barge, although deeply laden, have made an excellent run to Balranald. Sho passed the latter port early on Thursday, being five days from Echuca. The Jane Eliza will complete loading and sail to-day for Wahgunyah. The Waradgery was to sail from Wahgunyah yester day. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869
Business Xotfces. WQTiCE ' " !> Echuoa, May 17th, 1869. I HAVE;,'THIS DAT DISPOSED' "OF MY ' '•] Wholesale and Retail Business jn', Ecliiicii1#>; Mr H. 'Luth, ' :- r And hope you will aeoord ihim the patronage you have so liberally bestowed on-me%i , , ;-:F- hogaeth;; ■->; Referring to the above: advertiB^nient, I; Have" to inform yon that it- is ;my, intention to contihrie I tho wholesale and retail business lately barriod'On'1 by Mr F. Hogarth, and truat hy strict attentioii in the same to merit your support.. '"' w n. LUTII. Trees! Trees! "Trees! STEAD BROTHERS, Pall Mall, Sandhurst,' next door to the Lyceum Theatre, are Sole'! Agents for Mr James Sooti, of the Royal Nur eery, Hawthorne, for the sale of all kinds o! I Fruit and Forest Trees. N.B. Pears, Apples, PlumB, CherrieB, &o, also Orange and Lemon Plants direct from Sydney.. Elms,Asji,Popl&E's, Oaks, Willows, &c, and Blue Gum. A great variety of Shrubs and Oenamental Teres always on hind, an...
DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869
DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, July 14. During the week the crossings of fat sheep for market have greatly reduced, although they are still in more than usual number. On the 8th three flocks went by— 2,000, Clark and Macleay; 2,000, Lang and Palmer; and 2,000 of Simpson's. On the 13th, 2,200 of 11, Patterson's, Conargo; and 5,000 of J. J. Pholp'a, crossed. To-day, 1,200 of Chamber's, from Pevensey, went through—making a total for the week of 14,400. The only other flock we hear of as approaching is a largo one of 3,000 from Wadry station, Wraggo and Hearn's. On Friday laBt 250 fat cattle from Groongal, Learmonth's, passed down. Scott's 1,500 store sheep are near the town, and are in the hands of Mr M'Kenzie, agent. Supplies of fat 6hecp are expected to bo forwarded in largo quantities. We hear of one owner who intends to send from 60,000 to 65,000 during tho season, and theae are already three-parts fat.
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 July 1869
STOCK RBPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald OJicc, Friday Evening. The following mohs of stock have croa ed since our last issue:—JulyB 14—2,750 fat sheep, Clark and Macleay, Toganman ; 2,000 fat sheep, Gardiner, Wan ganella. 16th—1,800 fat sheep, Gardiucr, Jerilderie. Since the last raius the grass on the neighbouring rune, which had previously been very backward, has sprung nicely, and the stock generally are improving fast. The unaccountable disease in horses which has proved so fatal in the Western districts of Victoria and on the Murrumbidgee, has lately attacked a number of horses in this neighbourhood, and several valuable animals have died. It attacks only grass fed animals, and is generally thought to bo produced by some poisonous herb, which would appear to grow in quantities only after heavy rains. But if this is the case, it is surprising that the sheep and cattle depastured on the same lands are not affected by it. We are inclined to think that the bush fed horse stock o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
Molt.oway's Oi.n'thent and Fills. — Premature Decline.—The unwary and thoughtless may save them selves a sea of future troubles by an early recourse to these excellent curatives. . All blotches from whatever cause arising, alLenlargementa of the.glands, wherever situated, irritating sores and debilitating. discharges, may be »sfely and certainly cured by employing Hoi. loway's Ointaent and Pille, in accordance with the instructions wrapped round each, pot and box. No timidity need deter the weakest from applying to these restoratives, which exert the threefold -qualities of purifying, regulating, and repairing without disturbing the Bloraacfc, annoying the nervous system, or rendering confinement to the houso necesBary. 'Holloway's medica ments will stem the source of many maladies, which, •CThen neglected, perpetuate misery.—Advertisement. Kj PoIished inTwo Minutes, for Less than One Farthing!—W. GK KiXEx'scelebrated Registeued Bt4cK Lead (a new domestic discovery) oaniwt be wasted...
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. On Monday, before the Polioe Magistrate, Angus M'Donald was brought up, oharged by the polioe with having heen drunk and disorderly. He was fined 5s, or twenty-four hours' imprison ment. John Simpson was charged with stealing 3400 vine cuttings from the ISohuoa Vineyard Company. The cuttings had been found on Simp 8>n's property, who has a farm in the vicinity of thn vineyard, but there was no evidenoe to show th'it he had stolen them, or was cognizant of their bti"2 on his land. He is a respectable and in dustrious man, nnd bears an excellent character. The c>ise was dismissed. Win Johnson was next oharged with the same offence. The eviiienco « as dear as to his having taken tliem from the pros per y of the Vineyard Company and placed- thcroi on Simpson's land. Simpson's daughter, whom it appears prisoner has been courting, deposed to his having i^iven her a number of the cuttings, which hfi told her lie had got from the manager of the ATineyard Company, ...
A DESIRABLE PROSPECT. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
A DESIRABLE PROSPECT. (To the Editor of the Riverine Ilera'd.1 Sir,—Last week I visited your much talked of town of Echuca, and whilst there I lost no time in seeing all that it was pos sible to see during my limited stay, and I must confess, from all 1 had previously heard of the great Border town, I was somewhat disappointed with the place. True, the streets are fine and wide, the buildings of a perma nent character, the hotel ascoramodation ex ceedingly good, and the town itself is ad mirably situated; but I fully anticipated seeing a far more extensive place, with large numbers of prosperous manufactories along the banks of the famous old Murray. What few there are already established are very creditable to the district; but I am of opinion that Bchuca, with all the natural advantages that it seems to possess, ought to rank second to none of the inland towns of Australia. Now, Sir, I have had some years experience on the mines both of this country, California, and South America,...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
Protectant Bbiiial in Spain.—Until e few years ago, no heretic dying in Spain was allowed Christian burial. After loDg re sistance, chiefly through the energetic inter ference of Lord Palmerston as foreign minis ter, the bigotry of the Government was re laxed. In former times the friends of any Englishman who died in Spain had to smug gle the body away by night, and to bury it in some lonely place, far from human dwellings. At the instigation of the priests, the peasantry often desecrated these places if they found them. The special correspondent of the Times, who was present at the first English funeral after the expulsion of Queen Isabella, thus described the burial of Mr Higginson, an engineer employed in some public works: —"For several years the English here have been allowed their own 'Holy Field,' and dust can now he consigned to dust with all those rites which light up the gloom of the gravs and insure its tenants inviolable repose. None but English, however, were hitherto ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
TMPOUNDINGS. Impounded July 6th, 18G9; trcspaBB, 6d. Bay mare, switch tail, groy hairs on forehead, hind fetlocks white, illegible blotch, like 0 or t) or O near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will bo Bold 4tlx August. Impounded at Echuca, July lltli; trespass Is each:— Bay mare, switch tail, saddle marked, S near shoulder, blotch like K before Y near ribs and shoulder. Bay mare, switch tail, Btar, sliod, saddle anil collar marked, like LOB near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on the 11th of August. Impounded on the 14th July:— Iron grey horso, S near shoulder. Bay mare, awitcli tail, star and snip, lame near fore foot, jtf near shoulder. Bay mare, long tail, star, scar on nose, JS noar sbouldor. Brown mare, switch tail, stripe and snip, boll brand near shoulder, B off shoulder. Black or brown mare, Bwitch tail, star, broken knees, TS near shoulder, F oft' saddle. Impounded on the 19tli J uly ; trespass, 6d each:— Roan filly, long tail, bind fee...
SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 20th July, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
SANDHURST. (Fkom Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday, 20th July. 1869. 651 cattle—attendance very good, prices same aa usu&l; 39 calves; 4,865 sheep—nearly ail ewes; 108 lambs— the first of the season. Cattle—226, Learmonth's (Murrumbidgee), mostly bullocks—the bald face breed predominated—good nnd middling, 207 bullocks, £9 12s, 19 cows, £7 12s 6d; 188, Goudge's, Upper Murray, middling, j£7 7s (jd; 137, Johnson's (Turnut)« middling and plain, £6 153, James Bitson has been found f.uilly of the | murder of the Ke^ Mr Hill, and hne besn sen tenend to death. Tho ni°die:il «vi&lt;;i>»ce was n t coDolusive as to the sanity of the prisoner. He I was sane, but snbjeot to fits of mania, during which he eould hardly ba considered responsible t for his actions. I
EARLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
early closing association. J. 116 progress of this association is fulfilling tlie most sanguina expectations of its pro moters. The evening school continues to be regularly attended, and the number of scholars is gradually increasing. On Monday evening a highly interesting and instructive lecture on Chemistry was delivered by the Rev A. Mackie, Resident Presbyterian Min ister of Echuca, in the Common School. There was a very good attendance, and the lecture was listened to with marked attention, and highly applauded. As a proof of the manner in which it was appreciated we may mention that it was universally pronounced to have been too brief; but this was no fault of the rev lecturer, who stated that he had been hffiited to a certain time by the committee, but for what purpose did not appear, as with the commencement and conclusion of the lecture the programme for the livening was begun and ended. Mr Macliie himself was under the impression that the classes would meet for instruction...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. July 20. The Murray (wharf gauge) is 12ft Oin abova ! gammer level. j [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] - The Murray. Albury .. 2ft 9in above summer level Wahgunjali.. 3ft llin „ „ Swan Hill .. 10ft lin ,. ,, Eu-ton .. lift Oin „ ,, I Tub MtninuMBiDSEE. Gundagai .. 3ft llin „ i, Wagga .. 3ft llin Hay .. 8ft Oin „ ,, | Bilranald .. 13ft Oin „ ,, . The rivers are falling at Albury and Wagga.
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
CALENDAR FOR THE "WEEK. July. phases ot the moon. List quarter ; Friday, 2nd, .. 10.26 a.m. New moon . .Friday, 9th, .. 11.18 p.m. First quarter ..Friday,'16th, .. 4.28 p.m. Full moon ..Friday, 23rd, .. 11.34p.m. Apogee -.. 1st, 4 a.m. Perigee .. 16 th, 3 a.m. Apogee .. 28th, 10 p.m. . , AT KCI1UCA. Days of the. UB. . , Date ! Week.' — Moon. It es Sets. ""n; ir. H. M. ' ir. jr. 21 Wednesday.. 7 11 5 2 . 4 £0 22 Thursday .. 7 10 5 3 5 46 23 Friday 7 &lt;J 5 3 6 38 24 Saturday 7 9 5 4 R. 5 42p.m, 23 Sunday 7 8 5 5 6 39 26 Monday 7 7 5 6 7 35 27 Tuesday 7 6 5 6 8 32
SWAN HILL. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
SWAN HILL. [from the puntman.I July 14. "There is an evil under the sun" that I have been witness to for many a long day; an evil that even to one in my humble capa city has seemed exceedingly aggravating, and it is this. There is a race of men in the land, who, by the force of circumstances, I will say, have become possessed of exceed ingly long purses, filled to repletion with the circulating medium, the magical turning and jingling of which has brought to them broad Eossessions on the banks of mighty rivers and eautiful rivulets, where their sheep bleat, and their cattle low by thousands and tens of thousands; but so accustomed have they be come to the habit of turning their money over and over, and to the gains that accrue therefrom, that they introduce the same principle in the matter of their flocks and herds. They drive them from out of the aforesaid possessions to another one, say a hundred miles off, the flocks of which will have gone to another somewhere else, for change o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. The Riverine Herald is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and despatched by tho Now South Wales atld Victorian Mails of the same day. In the township of ECHUCA a delivery is effected before 7 a.m.; and in MOAMA before 9 a.m. on the mornings of publication. Subscription, 12s per quarter, or 10s Gd if paid in advance, with postage aaded to country subscribers. Subscribers commencing after tho beginning of a quarter will be charged 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. Orders to discontinue cannot he 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 he withdrawn without a written notice to that effect.
ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING AT BAEL BAEL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
ALLEGED CASE OF POISONING AT BAEL BAEL. Our Swan Hill correspondent mentions th&t a case knd been investigated by the local bench, but he does not give the particulars. We received some information on the subject some days ago, but with a caution not to publish it until the examination had taken place. We now find that the Dunolly Ex press has also heard some of the circum stances, which it has published. They are to the effect that Mrs. Perry had had poison ad ministered ,to her by a woman who had at tended her after her confinement. This took place about six weeks ago, and the dose was repeated a few days since. The Express says the consequences happily were not fatal, and Mrs. Perry is recovering. It also states that the woman is charged further with killing a child some time since. So much having been made public, we can see no reason for withholding any longer the version of the story forwarded to us. It is as follows.— Mr. Perry is the manager of the Bae! Bael Station....
The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
ECSUCA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1869. Six hundred and forty acres will make a large farm. There are not many persons whose means will enable them to go into agricultural pursuits on so large a scale. But then no one need take up an area of that ex tent,—and if there are few or even no appli cations to the maximum amount, no harm will be done. But a great deal of good may sons to take up such an extent of land on easy terms. It will afford a fins opportunity for the formation of large vineyard compa nies and others having for their object the cultivation of some profitable product on an extensive scale. We cannot understand the objections that have been made to the 640 acre area. We are inclined to think it migtit have been not disadvantageously made con siderably larger. If a man is prepared to comply with the requirements of the Act, , why should he not be allowed to occunv a thousand or two thousand acres as well ns ten or twenty ? The land will be improved, capital expended, and labo...
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
SHIPPING; E e H U C A; ARRIVALS. July 20—Waradgery, arid barge Wangaratta, l'oord, Waster, from Howlong, with a quantity of flout. John Orr, agent. July 20- Cumberoona, Mace, master, from Albury, with a quantity of wine and several passengers. John Orr, agent. DEPABTOHES. Nil. The Jane Eliza arrived at Wahgnnyah at 8 p.m. on Monday, and sailed for Echuca at 1 a.m. yesterday morning. Messrs Leonard and Symington are building, close to j the i'atent Slip, a very handsome iron-framed barge for Captain Davie, of the Pride of the Murray. The Murrumbidgec left Hay for Kcliuca on Saturday ] last. The Alfred and barge arrived at Hay on Monday, and I proceeded up river yesterday. The Corowa is hourly expected from Albury.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
Wool, Stations, Ag-encles, Ac •pvALJIAHOT CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Bourke-stbeet West, Melbourne. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. Forsyth & Co., do, Wagga Wagga Do do, ' Dubbo , : 308 Advances on Station .Properties. rPHE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of i AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of oapital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates Victoria and New South Wales, Bright Brothers & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 292 On Squatting Properties In Business Notices. NOTICE Eohuca, May 17th, 1869. HAVE THIS DAT DISPOSED Wholesale and Retail Business in Ecliucn, to Mr II, Lutli, And hope you will acoord him the patronage you have so liberally bestowed on me. F. HOGARTH. Referring to tlie above advertisement, I have to inform you that it is my intention to continue the wholesale and retail business lately oarried on by Mr P. Hogarth, and trust by strict a...
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 16th July. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 July 1869
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Timea Office. 16th Julv. I AtDeniliouin stock matters are becoming active; the season is splendid—some of the stations knee deep in grass, and water is abundant; large quantities of fat stock are moving into Victoria from these quarters. Our Lachlan correspondent records that—"30(H) sheep (Dar* by shire's) crossed at BooHgr*l, also a flock of Wren and Desailly's; 4s per head were offered there for Walle** and Gorton's sheep." Ouf Hay correspondent states that "a flock of fat ewes were leaving IUitliwa, and a mob of 6tore cattle passed for Lake Walgiers." 7000 full-mouthed ewes were sold this week from ofi' Yanko station (Wilson Brothers) to Mr W. F, Mitchell, of Kyneton, at a fair prices for the times. Mr W. H. Graves, for Ryan and Hammond, at Deniliquin, sold 300 store bullocks on account of Mr F. Jenkins, by Mr William Robertson, at £.5 each. The crossings at Den iliquin were—Wednesday, 1200; Thursday, Desailly and Wren's 200; Friday, WolBeley, Gibbs, and Co.'...