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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 31 July 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Yesterday, before the Police Magistrate (Mr Langford) M. Jordan was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and fined £1, or four days* imprisonment. J. W. Baxter v James Dnnoan—Wages, £7 9s 2d. Mr Talyor for complainant; no appearance of defendant. Complainant had been given an order for the amount on MeBsrs M'Cullooh and Co., who had refused pa} ment, and complainant claimed damages under the 20th section of the Masters' and Servants' Statute. The complainant haying given Ins evidence, was asked by the Police Magistrate whether he was aware that a complaint had been made against him to the Navigation Board, which the complainant answered in the negative, and the Police Magistrate gave a verdict for the amount of the order, and refused to eivecostB or damages. Frank Depagny v A. J. Crowley—Assault. This was a charge of assault at the Bridge Hotel, on the 27th instant. Mr Taylor for complainant. The Police Magistrate, after hearing evidenoe on both sides, state...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

THE ENGLISH MAIL. The branoh mail steamer arrrived off Qlenelg at half-past ten on Monday morning. The news received is generally of a satisfactory character. At the oloso of the wool sales id June prices had regained the figure from whioh they fell at the beginning of May. We subjoin the following London wool report:— The seoond series of colonial wool sales com menced on the 6lh of'May, and terminated on the 19th of June. The catalogues comprised— Sydney, 101.573 bales; Melbourne, 93,899 bales. Tha attendance generally was hardly so large as usnal. Prices opened with a full reduction of Id per lb. upon the February and March rates, and as the Bales progressed the market again gave way, till it declined 2j 1 to 3d per lb. for all descrip tions; greasy flooks in proportion. Bright-haired LeioeBter sorts were in aotive demand, and realised an advance towards the close of the sales, and in a few days a better feeling prevailed. The Sydney and Queensland supply was large, and for the m...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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SWAN HILL. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

SWAN HILL. [from the puntman.J July as. "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread." So says Pope, I believe, and the reverse recurred to me in this wise. I was looking over the columns of the " Riverine" the other evening, and to my surprise I saw what professed to be a full, true, and particular account of a poisoning, or rather supposed poisoning case, to which I had merely alluded in my own weekly addition to eolonial literature—ahem! The story bad come to you in a very round about way, via Dunoliy, I think, and like most stories that go on the " wallaby," bad become considerably amplified; for, in the evidence given by Mrs Perry in the Police Court here, there was no mention of a "con finement," nor was there any evidence given to the effect that the prisoner, Mrs Morrison, had ever asked Mrs Perry "whether Mr Perry was in the habit of cleaning his teeth 1 or whether he was fond of honey," or that she had ever made the remark to Mrs Perry, "how much better she would look if she ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

Sitildiiig- ITSaterii&ls Eclmca Steam Saw Mills. RED GUM cut to order of any dimen sions. RED GHJM FELLOES Always on hand. JAMES MACKINTOSH, Proprietor. 622 Coinnierciul Simmer Turd. T7C7" W. MOOllE has on Sale * * * JTCisiHeSinfr Materials Of every description, at the lowest prices, in cluding the following, viz.Piling Shingles, Doors, Sashes, Spouting, Laths, Galvanized Iron, Paints, Glass, and Ironmongery. Joinery to order on the shortest notice. Estimates furnished. 335 iSeisisncss Notice*. MATTHEWS BROS., Provision Merchants aod Ship Chandlers, Esplanade, Echuca. 209 ■ D. J. CO G HILL, JDECEIVTNG and FORWARDING AGENT, Stock, Station, and Commission Agent, Office—Opposite Goods Sheds. Mr D. J. Coghill is prepared to cover any wool forwarded to him by steamer either by Insurance to Echuca or direot to England. The risk will be covered immediately letter or telegram stating quantity and value of wool is posted. The company in which Mr C. holds his open polioy of Insurance ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

A " girl of tho period" comments IhuB upon Mormomem " How absurd—four or five wiveB for on& man; when the faot is, in these timas eaoh woman ought to have four or five hnBbands. It would take about that number to support her deoently." Wliittcil, WANTED a respectable Youth, aa Out-door Apprentice to the Boot and Shoe trade. Apply William EeBUy, High-street. 87 To Let. TO LET, on building lease, Allotment of Land next Bank of Yiotoria. Apply at. the Bank. 440 TO LET, the Large Briok Store at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. Yo$ fPO LET, the Friend-in-Hand Hotel, corner L of Hare and Anstruther Streets. Apply to MrB Callaghan. 469 COTTAGES to LET, furnishad or unfurnished. Apply John Lahey, Harp and Shamrnok Hotel. 481 For Male, FOR SALE, Pony, Buggy and Harness, oom pletPi Pony iron gray, 13£ bands, 8 years old, gool in liaruevs and Baddle; single-bodied light bliL'gy, by Siejlhenson and Elliot, Mel bourne; and good harness. To be seen at Mr Gibson'...

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STOCK REPORTS, &C. Riverinc Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

STOCK REPORTS, Jlivcrinc Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. The following mobs . of..atonic have cros-ed since our last issue:—July 31—4,296 fat Blicep, Rutherford, Murrumbidgee. August 2 - 3,670 fat Bheep, Ricliardson, Baratta'; 800 cattle, Bunby, Buckenbong; 2,300 fat sheep, Peters', Tubbo. The weather in this neighbourhood has been varinble for the last few days. We have had some frosty nights, and occasional bitterly cold squalls, with flying" showers of sleet, have' occurred. More rain is yet wanted, the dams and creeks throughout the district not being yet sufficiently supplied for washir.g purposes, although there is an ample supply for the use of the stock. Prepara tions are being very generally made for washing and shearing throughout the adjacent districts. Mr Glass' superior machinery for washing purposes is in course of erection at Dead Ilorse Point. Our Swan Hill corres pondent reports the occurrence of very severe frosts during last week, which have completely checked the...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

I CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEETING. A public meeting of those interested in the affairs of the Church of England in Echuca, was held in the church on Monday evening1. There was a large attendance, and consider able interest was manifested in the proceedings. The Veu. the Archdeacon of Castlemaine occupied the chair, and after reading the ad vertisement convening the meeting, stated that he was placed in considerable difficulty in undertaking the duty of presiding, as he was not aware what were the objects of the meet ing. A day or two ago when in Melbourne he was informed by tte Bishop that he had been asked to be present on the occasion, but as it would be very inconvenient for biro to do so, he requested him (the Ven. speaker) to come up in his stead. He bad gathered from bis Lordship that matters were in some state of derangement, but he had not been in a position to give any explanation. And he | had not had time since his arrival to institute enquiries as to the actual state of affair...

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DENILTQUIN. Pastoral Timea Office, 30th July, [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

DENILTQUIN. Pastoral Timea Office, SOtk July, j The following fat sheep have crossed nt Deniliquin;— 23rd—Wragge and H>>arne's, 0000. 25th—L)arbyshire*8 2800; Ricketeon's 3(300; Splatt's 4000. ' 2Gth—il'Jyen. uing's 4000; Peter's 2300; flow's 3000; Dougharty's 2000 ; 27th—a flock of sheep; and on the 24th Jenning's 4000 stores. The frost has given place to fine genial ihowers and warm days.

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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 3rd August, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

LATEST TELEGRAM. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, 3rd August, 1869. ihe Tfretoliea young man, iutson, this morning underwent the extreme senienoe of the law within the Melbourne Gaol. At ten o'oloek he was conduoted on to the drop by Bamfurd, the execu tioneer. He was perfeotly cool and colleoted, and submitted to the preliminary arrangements with astonishing impassibility. Bamford, it appears, misandorstood a signal, and launched the wretched man into eternity Bome time before the appoint ment of the final aoi. He appeared to suffer little. He had been attended to the last by the Kevs. Mr Dare and Mr Lelean, and appeared to he thoroughly penitent. It is said that the suspicion entertained of his sanity caused him considerable anooyanoe. He was about 25 years ol age, and came to the colony about eight years ago. He had no knowledge whatever of bis lather or mother. .

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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESTONDENT.) Tuesday, 3rd August, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

SANDHURST. (FfiOH Oua Owv CoHRESrONTVKNT.) Tuesday, 3rd August, 18G9. | 269 Cattle, beef from 25* to -31s Gd ; 7 calves—about j 60s; S),4Qu ahecp—bsst wether at 12s 6(1, do. do. ewes, ] lOe; 143 lara'ns—bertt in 7a- \ Cattle.—lot), ChoM'h (finn), middling—bullocks £8 ■ 14p; cows £7 2a. 110, Moore'r (Aratulii), middling - I bullocks £8 <id, cows £7 3s.

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"INKY IMPY." [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

" INKY IMPY." "Inky Irapy" is, it appears, the nom-de-plume tinder whioh that inoorrigible young monkey of a devil of oars writes. Mr Drought has had a strict watoh kept on him since oar laBt iaaue, and lias seized upon the following rhymes of his amongst a heap of other eqnally insane rnbbish:— Sinco master haa published the few little rhymes I wrote on the sly about things of the times. I'm embold. nod to take a more venturous flight, And a poem worth printing I'm going to write. I'm going to write about public affairs And master can publish it all—if he dares. My fingers are free and can write what tliey please, So I'll plunge them at once infer mcdias res. By the way, I am learned, although I am young And have classic quotations at tip of my tongue, And so, Sir. Taylor, I shant be put out By scraps of law Latin and French you may epout; I don't know very much about Hebrew or Greek, But Irish and German I fluently speak— And bo the municipal candidate band Can't say very much tha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

BIRTH. Luth.—On the 1st instant, at Echuca, the wife of Henry • Luth, Esq., of a daughter.

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Io the Polios Court yesterday, before the Police Magistrate, Mr. Langford, Alexander M'Kenzie was fined 5s for haviiig been drunk and dis orderly. A small debt case, Lahey v Allen, was settled out of oourt. John Bailey v John Baldwin, a claim of £1 14 6d for wages. The Bench ordered defendant to pay £1 6s Gd, with 5s costs. A trumpory case between two Chinamen, Ah CHng v A Soney, for illegal detention of two bagB of rice of the value of £3, occupied the at tention of the Court for a considerable time. It was settled by an order for the restitution of the property or the payment of £3, with 15a oosts, or distress in default. Thomas Wilson and Joseph White, alias Winter were charged with stealing certain cheques and other property. White was dis charged on the application of Sergeant Cleary. Daniel O'Connell, stookman, residing in Echuoa, Remembered Saturday night, 31bt July. Slept at the Eohuca Hotel that night. Went to bed between one and two o'clook in the morn...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

C|e |Uktbte ECKUCA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1869. The nominations for the three vacancies in the Borough Council are fiva in number. The candidates are the three retiring members, Messrs. Graham, Hansen and Nolan, and Messrs. Joseph Stubbs and Mr. H. P. Taylor. The burgesses have now an opportunity of returning at least two new men, and there can be no doubt that they will be best con sulting their interests by doing so. We do not wish to say a word in detriment of the qualifications of the old members. But on the principle that periodical changes should take place, which was evidently the object of the i'ramers of the Municipal Act, in providing for annual retirements, there ought to be no hesi tation in the choice of men. One of the outs must go'in again, and the only difficulty that need be experienced will be in selecting the best of the three. On this point the rate payers must be left to judge for themselves. If they think one of them more independent or worthy of their confidenc...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

SHIPPING E C II U C A. auuivals; ✓/• • . August 3—Alfred, Mercer Mack, master, from Hay, ■with a quantity of wool. W. Al'Cullocli and Co., agent. DEPARTURES. Aupust 2—Wahgunyah, Page, master, for Corowa, ■with 35 tons of general cargo. W. M'Cullocli and Co., agent. The Kelpie arrived at Swan Hill at 8 p.m. on Monday from Ecliuca, and sailed at 11 a.m for Hay. - The Cumberoona arrived at 8 a.m. yesterday at VVah gunyah, from Ecliuca, and sailed at 11.30 for Albury.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

Notices. "'"■.[ '■ 1 -' of.the . , ■ Echucameat preserving, company . s (Limited.) Nominal Capital, £10,000; in 2,000 shares of £5 each. One pound per share to be paid upon application, one.pound per share upon allotment, the balance-by oalls not to exceed one pound per share, to be made at intervals of not less than two months. Operations will bo com menced as soon as one thousand shares are subscribed for., , . Provisional Directors : H. P. Palmer, Esq. (Paterson, Ray, Pal-,, mer & Co.). • ■ — F. Hogarth, Esq., Echnoa J. K. Smyth, Esq. (Hastings Cunning ham & Co.) D. Masterton, Esq. (D, Masterton & Co.) Sobt. J, Glass, Esq., J.P., Wharparilla J. Lee Archer, Esq., Manager Bank of Victoria, Echuoa Hugh. Parker Esq. (R. Goldsbrough and Co.) W. Hogarth, Esq. (Connell, "Watson and Hogarth.) G. Maunsell, Esq, P.M., Moama J. Shaokell, Esq., J.P., Eohuca W. M'CuUoeh, Esq. (W. M'Culloch & Co.) Soliciiok : H. P. Taylor, Esq. Bankers : Bank of Victoria. Secret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. tSUT Orders to discontinue cannot be received after the beginning of a quarter, and should be forwarded during the lust 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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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, Aug. 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 August 1869

/ 'STATE- OF'/nili lilV'KRS.. ^ ECIJUCA. ! -i~H ^ ' v Tuesday Evening, Aug. 3rd. } The Murray (vrharf gunge) is 7ft lOin above the 1 Bummer level, nnil rising. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The Muiikay. Albury .. 4ft 7in above summer level. WahgunyaU .. 4ft llin „ . Swan Hill . . 8ft Oin „ „ -Euston .. 12ft ■ 6in „ „ The Murkumbidobe. Wagga Wagga . Gft Oin above summer level, -flay v. .. 4ft fjin „ „ Balranald . . 12ft Oin „ „

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 August 1869

©•vcrnraent Artverti/iomcnts V. iM®JI R. Preparation of General Electoral lists during the "Week ending 1st day of September, 1869. Special Notice to Holders of Electors' Eights. IT is hereby notified that holders of Electors' Rights issued on or before the 1st day of Sep tember, 1868, mast obtain renewed rights in lieu thereof, in order to have their names placed upon the General Lists to be made up on the 1st day of September next. Negleot of this preoaution will result in the omission of the names of the persons so neglect ing from the new lists to be made up as afore said. The old right must in every oasa be dolivered up to the registrar, but the renewed right will bear the same cumber and will be in the like form and tenor as that in lieu of which it is issued, and will be equally available for any elec tion that may take 'place before the completion of the new roll in October next. No Elector whose name is on a Roll of Rate paying H l&ators for any province or district...

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THE LAND QUESTION. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 August 1869

THE -LAND QUESTION. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.') Sir,—Although it may be rather late to offer any opinions upon the land question, as the Bill now before the House may be con sidered settled so far as the Assembly is concerned, yet it has to go before the Upper House before it can become the law of the land, so a few observations from an old colonial who has no longer any personal interest in the disposal of the Crown Lands of the colony, may be deemed worthy of a place in your widely circulating paper. In dealing with the lands of the colony, I have always considered that it has been a fight on the one side of the wealthy classes to keep the laws in their favor, and on the ' other hand the poor man to have them made in his favor; and that between the two the middle man, who in many cases would be the most desirable colonist of the three, has been almost ignored altogether. And yet, looking at the country itself, nature has done almost everything in defining the limits w...

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