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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 July 1869

DENILJQUIN. " Chronicle Office. Julv 21. ( The crossings of fat stock during: the' week have been few, and we have only to notice;on Tuesday 2400 of ' CUrk aud M'Leay's fat sheep for Melbonrnc. We hear , of a flock from Tyson's*. another of Gilbert's and ono. from Bathurst, being near, and clso_a mob of fat cattle. Other crossings have taken place, and they have been 100 rams to Cobran on the and 5?Q rains to the same place on. the I6tb.' On the1 20th,: 2000'ewes; and1 lambs passed from Mr Jennings*. station; to Mr Carne's.* The weather hns been exceedingly cold, heavy dews and frosts prevailing. No local transactions are reported, and agents appear to have no business whatever. The; reports from tlio northern parts; are without'change, or present so little difference to previous, representations that it would be a waste of space to reproduce them. They are as they were, and run in this wise weather good, best we have had for many years,',fat stock scarce, and a long time must elaps...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 July 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Ojjiccj Friday Evening-. | The following: mobs of st/wk have crossed Rince our last i*sue:—July 21—1,680 fat sheep. Wolsley. Gibbs and Co., Cobran. 609 head of store cattle, Banard. The excessively cold weather which has prevailed of late is telling severely on the grass, and will, it is to be feared, be productive of damagine effects on the crops and agricultural produce generally. The frosts have been unusualty sharp, aud ice of no inconsiderable thickness has for the la3t few nights been formed on liquids even in sheltered situations. We regret also to find that the Murray U falling fast, and until a thaw takes place by which the snow will be released from the mountains, no further rise can be expected. At the same time, however, as heavy rains and snows had just pre vious to the setting in of the frosts taken place at the heads of the rivers, there can be little doubt that when the sun attains power considerable floods will take place i...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 July 1869

SHIPPING     ECHUCA               ARRIVALS           July 21—Corowa, A. B. Pierce, master, from Wah- gunyah, with general cargo. F. Hogarth, agent July 23—Pride of the Murray, and barge Moira, W' Davis, master, from Wentworth, with a few bales of wool and skins. W. McCulloch and Co., agents. DEPARTURES. July 23—Cumberoona, J. Mace, master, for Albury, with 55 tons of general cargo and six passengers. John Orr, agent. July 23—Corowa, G. B. Pierce, master, for Wahgun- yah, with 79 tons of cargo. F. Hogarth, agent. July 23—Waradgery, steamer, F. Ford, master, for Hay, with 70 tons of cargo. F. Payne, agent. The Adelaide, Pullar, master, and-barge, made her usual trips-with about 70,000 feet of sawn timber and a large quantity of piles from Bamah Saw Mills.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

fiEtsftiaies* A'oiiec. "W 1L asa<l DARLII Near Noan'3/'4Crk*"'S£aMeM Country orders proalptly cUanicd to. . Repairs expeditions!? execirfed. [/ > 139 Hurray Biye ilitis Mesa's <£l(lr BEG to inform the»<fbli£-<ji KchdSa-iind sar rounding distorctiMmat/thpy are now in fall work, and tyre enabled Ira/Bupply the Best Timber at cur^rfft rates. Eldiudge, Lang & Oo, Proprietors. Murray River fteam Saw Mills, Opposite Goulburn Junction. 236 Commercial TimDcr Tard. W. I O 0 E )! /has 8ale jSiEaMftmg: Of every description^at theJowey. prifrs, in cluding the foli^fng, vi^-yl'altig^sliingles, Doors, Sashes, S,"outin^vT^h« Balvani^d. Iron, Paints, Gla6sj^n<y[rc/i<iongery. Joinery to ayfer on p shortest notice. ^/Estimates furnished. 335 Ecliiica Steam Saw Mills. RED GUM eft/to jfler of/any diroen-, eions. RED pUM £jBLly< Alway»/6n/ JAM MACKINTOSH, 5?r©|»rie<©r. 622 Ccnvcjanccs. COBB & CO'S ...

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BOROUGH ELECTIONS (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

BOROUGH ELECTIONS fTo the Editor of the Riverine Jlera'd.) Sir, - As a Burgees I would like to ask the oandidateB for the coming Borough election, whether it is their intention to hold any public meetings, so that the ratepayers may have an opportunity of hearing their different views upon Municipal matters generally. I am of opinion that every liurgaes has a right to know what views are held by the candidates he is supposed to vote for. Hoping this may elicit a reply from some of the comirte men, am. Sir, your obedient servant, A VOTER.

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HEAR BOTH SIDES. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

HEAR BOTH SIDES. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—In yours of the 24th I see an extraot from the Chroniole, in reference to Mr H., who journied from Geeloog to take np land in New South Wales. Now, Sir, there is anothe r side to this affair; allow me to give it. Mr H.'s selection was illegal from the first, he having seleoted across a road, which road he hns closed up for years. Again, although it is six years since he selected, lie has not pnt mnre than half the improvements on the land required by law ; and yet the Government of New South WaleB has kept this man's land for him all this time, telling him he must buy at one pound per acre. One hlook has been applied for over and over again, but the Government keep it for him, although against the law, he having once seleoted, a point is strained by the Govern ment to let him have it. I fally believe one hundred poiinds would oover all improvements; and yet this man cries out, dog in ihe manger like, he will not improve t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

flSoveraiimiest Advertisements. Department otV^nblio "Works, T% Sydney, ljjdi July, 18(59. ENDERS willbo received at this Office, until 11 o'clock Bf Tuprfuay, the 7th day of September, from fe7SQ»<8 willing to Contract for the construction of aJKm|giBridp;e overJfefaindie Creek, at Menindkf l'lan, specification, anSj^rra oy^snder may be seen at the Office of the QwraraiSsioner for Roads, Sydney, am^at the Pohc/QiEces, Wentworth and Menindie. Tenders to be addressed to the Under Secretary for Public Workc, Sydney, and to be marked out side " 'l ender for Bridge at Menindie." 463 John Sbtherlakd. 53ee«ii«{rs. Clam-cU of SSing-lsuml, Kclaaiea. A PUBLIC 1555ETING oftjitf^Congregation O- ot the abovi Churchy/rfnd of all persons, Male or Female, wtcresj/lf in the welfare and progress of the Clluraff itf ]Sw;land, k convened for Mond^r 'Evening,]2nd August, at Half-past Seves/crCloek, in rthe/Church, to " Consider the/preEent positioJ^of the Church, finaticia! and^otherwise." I...

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SWAN HILL. [FORM THE PUNTMAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

SWAN HILL. Tfrom the puntmajj.I The 19th day of July, 1869, was a memor able one in Swan Hill, because of two great I events that took place—erents that I daresay, when some of our merchant bughers—pros pectively speaking-—take to issuing almanacs, whrreby to make known the commodities they have for sale, will be duly chronicled and set forth in respectable capitals. Let me hasten to make them known. A case of attempted poisoning was heard, and the prisoner committed; and Garden's Royal Hotel was opened. I was in the court-house, like the rest of my fellow-townsmen, while the former was being heard, for it is not every day that we can indulge in the sensational hereabouts, and a very strong prima facie case was made out against the prisoner, Jane Morrison. It appears that she was domestic servant at Bael Eael station, and had been in the habit of sleeping in the same ronm with Mrs Perry, the manager's wife, during Mr Perry's absence, which occasionally took place in the course of hi...

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SANDHURST. Tuesday, 27th July, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

SAND HUH ST. (From Ook Own Cohrespon'den't.) Tuesday. 27tli Julv. 1869. 333 cattle—market very brisk;*3()17 sheep —wethora ta 12s 6d, ewe« to 10a; 162 lambs, small, good, 7s to 8s. Oattle—231, Williamson'6 (Yacga), good and middling— bnUooki £0 2s, enws £718s. The following is from the Wagga Express of 24th July:—"Owing to the continuanoe of the dry weather and the severity of the frosts on the roountaiua preventing the thawing of the lower lying snows, and checking the flow of the springs, the river has for some time past been gradually falling lower and lower, and is now bnt 2ft 9in above the summer level at Gundagai, and but Sit Uin in this town, and unfortunately is still falling;. The Victoria and barge are now, we believe, below Naraodera, and, in the exist ing state of the river, it will be impossible for her to get an here. Such an unusual luwness of the water at this season has not been witnessed in the river for years; but as the present frost will probably—as is usually t...

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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

LATEST TELEGRAM. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.') Melbourne, Tuesday. In the Legislative Assembly this afternoon, a select committee, on the motion of Mr Grant, was appointed to inquire into the' alleged maladministration of the Land De partment. The question whether Mr Lang ton should be placed on the Committee was negatived on a division by twenty-six votes to twenty-five.

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STATE OP THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

STATE OP THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. ' . July 27. The Murraj (wharf gauge) is -9ft llin above summer level, and falling. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The Muriiay. Alliury .. 2ft 3in above summer level. Wahgnnyah.. '3ft Oin ,, „ Swan Hill .. 9ft lOin ,, ,, Euston „ 12ft /2in- „ „ Gundagai .. W agea Hay Balranald The MorfijjiMiiiDGEE. 2ft Bin' 3ft 7in 5ft 7in 15ft Oin

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TESTIMONIAL TO MR J. LEONARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

TESTIMONIAL TO MR JV LEONARD. A meeting1 of the Order of M.U.I.O.O.F. was held at Redman's Commercial Hotel ou Friday evening, 23rd inst., to present an address, testimonial, gold chain, and locket to Brother Jas. Leonard, P G., prior to his departure from the district. A large as semblage took place to celcbrate the occasion. The testimonial consisted in a very handsome emblem of the Order, together with an address duly signed by Brother Dnncan Reid, N.G., Brother Edward Mitchell, G.M., Bro. William Couch, V.G., nnd. Brother Thos. V. Holderness, Secretory. The chain was one of a very elegant design, with a locket, purchased at Messrs Joseph and Co's, Sand hurst. Brother Henry Wearers, P G., as the oldest officer of the Lodge, presented the testimonial, &c., to Brother Jas Leonard, and made a most elaborate speech, after which Brother Jas. Leonard, P.G., responded, re gretting his departure, and giving the Brethren a kind farewell, and after several songs, toasts, &c...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JULY-AUGUST. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

OALBlNDAR for the week.. Jtjly-August. PHASES op THE MOON. Lnst quarter . Friday, 2nd, .. New moon . .Friday, 9th, First quarter .-.Friday, 16th, . Full moon. ..Friday, 23rd,. .. 10.26 a.m. 11.18 p.m. .4.28 p.m. 11.34 p.m. . AT F.CIIUCA. Date Days of the Week. Sun. Moon.. Rises. ' Set.*. 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 Wednesday. Thursday . Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday TT. M. 7 5 7 4 7 .4 7 3 7 2 7 1 7 0 H. M. 5 7. 5 8 5 9 5 10 5 11 5 11 5 12 . n. M. R.. 9 28p.m. ' 10 24 10 20 12 16a,m. 1 16 2 15

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ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. An ordinary meeting of the Echuca Distriot Board was held at the Road Board Office yester day. Present—Messrs R. J. Glass (Chairman), Manifold, Mackenzie, Nash, and Higs*ins. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirm-d. The correspondence, which was of a routine character, was read, and ordored to lis upon the table. The clerk brought up an estimate of expenditure for the ensuing year, as required by the 185th olauae of the Local Govern ment Aot, No. 176, which was received and adopted. It was then moved bv Mr J. W. Manifold, seconded hv Mr W. Nash and carried, " Thai the rata for the ensuing year on the whole of tho rateable property within the Echuoa Koad District, as per valuation and return now before the Board, be sixpenoe in the pound, and that the said rate be now atruok, and that the clerk be instructed to oolleot suoh rate in one moiety." It was then moved ty Mr Mackenzie, seconded by Mr Manifold, and oarried, "Tnat Mr James Shaok...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. iggT Orders to discontinue cannot be received after the beginning of a quarter, and should be forwarded during the taut month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all arrears then owing ; nor can any advertise ment be withdrawn utlhout a written notice to that effect.

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INAUGURATION OF THE NEW WESLEYAN CHURCH IN ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

INAUGURATION OF THE NEW ; WESLEYAN CHURCH IN ECHITCA. The new Wesleyan Church, of which we hnve before given a description, having; been completed, the ceremony for opening; it was fixed for Sunday last, the 25th July. The cost having been £850, £350 of which had been subscribed, there remained a debt on the building of £500. This amount it was thought would be slightly reduced by the collections to be made at the sabbath services, by the price of tickets of admission to a tea meeting, by collections made at a public meeting to be held the following evening, and also by admission fees to lecture in the Town ITall on Tuesday evening by the Rev Joseph Dare. The results to these several appeals to the members of the Wesleyan body and to the general public, have exceeded the most sanguine expectations entertained on the subject. The collections made at the Church on Sunday amounted to £10 10s. 7d; the amount realised by the meeting was about £26; the collection at the public meeting ove...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

C|e $literae fwrfi ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1869. The Wesleyans of Echuca must feel highly gratified, not only at the successful erection of their new church, but at the excellent results of the whole of the late inaugural ceremonies. They have been a credit, not only to themselves, but to the whole com munity, for all sects and all classes have contributed largely towards their happy con summation. There are few, if any, places in the colony in which less sectarian feeling is shewn, or in which all denominations exhibit in a more practical manner their desire for the progress of the Christian religion. It was not less gratifying to listen to the able and eloquent teachings of the llev Mr Dare, than to hear the Word preached in the pulpit of the new church by a clergyman of another sect. The Rev Mr Mackie, coming from his own Presbyterian church to that of the Wesleyans, was a fine example of the principle of co-operation so ably advocated on Monday evening from the platform of t...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

SHIPPING. ECHUCA. A-tttlTYAXS, July z4— Jane hliza, Banks, mas tor, from Waugun • yah, with a quantity of flour. Jodn Orr, agent. July 25— Sfurrumbidgee, Duncan, master, from Hay; with a quantity of wool and skins. \V. M'Culloch and Co., agents. July 26—Kelpie, Dewing, master, from the Upper Murrurabidgee. with a cargo of timber and wool. W. M'CulIoch anil Co., agents. July 27—Wahgunyab, Mace, master, from Corowa, in ballast. W. II 'Culloch and Co., agents. DEFAUTCRES. July 21)— Jane Eliza, and barge Wangaratta, far "Wahgunyah, with about 170 tons of general cargo and ueveral passengers. John Orr, agent. The Corowa stuck near Ulupna, but got off all right. She is now alongside the bank, too deeply laden to go further.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

Hotiqes: PROSPECTUS'' • '• TifE ' Echuoa meat preserving company : i (Limited.) ' ' ; JJommal Capital, £10,000.; in 2,000 shares of £5 ' i eaoh.'^.'' •One pound per'ehare to be paid upon application, one pound per share upon allotment, the. balanoei by calls not to exceed one pound per share, to be made at intervals of not less than two months. Operations wili be com menced as, soon as one thouB&nd shares are subscribed for. ' 'PiumsroNAi Directors : • ■ ■ • H. P. Palmer, Esq. (Pateraon, Ray, .Pal mer & Co.) F. Hogarth, Esq., Eohraoa '' j J. K. Smyth, Esq. (iWtinga Cunning ham & Co.) . , . . . , D. Masterton, Esq. (Di MaBtertnn & Co.) Eobt. J. Glass, Esq., J .'P., Wharparilla J. Lee • Aroher, Esq., Manager Bank of Victoria, Ech una Hugh; Parker Esq. (R, Goldsbrough aird Co.) "W. Hogarth, Esq. (Connell, Watson and Hngatth.) G. Maunsell, Esq, P.M., Moama J, Shackell, Esq., J.P., Eohuca ; \V. M'Cullooh, Esq. (W. M'Culloch & Co.') Solicitor : H. P...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 23rd July. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 28 July 1869

DENILIQUIJM. Pastoral Times Office. 23rd Julv. The crossings at Deniliquin have been about 3000 sheep for Cobran. 2-^00 (Clark and M'Leay), 1600 (Gilbert's), very fat indeed, and 1300 (Johnston's) same day (Wednesday; on Thursday, 2i0i) (Murray's), and on Friday, 2000 (Dow's), 3(J0() (Bnilv's), and 2000 (Tyson*a). The weather at DenUiquiu is splendid, fine sunny days and frosty nights—Edward Uivcr lowering. Lambing proceeding favourably. As may be seen, large numbers of sheep are passing for Victoria. The advan tage of understocking is seen strongly illustrated by the numfor of sheep sent down by Mr Gilbert, of "War willah, on the Billabong, who will turn out about 10,000 sheep rolling fot off his Utile station, which is only estimated to carry 20,000 sheep all the year round.

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