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THE ECHUCA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

THE ECHUC£ PRESBYTEIUAN lUtJ UUUUU1 iUBtiUDg Ul Ulti UUll^l^UU'JU Ui j the Presbyterian Church, was held on Monday evening. The report was submitted, and unanimously adopted. The financial state ment for the year ending, 31st July, last, read by Mr Jamieson; was of a very satisfactory nature, and it mnst.be pleasing to all con cerned that the expenditure for the year has been less than the receipts for the same period. The chairmanj the Rev A. Mackie, congratu lated the meeting on the prosperous state of . affairs. So far as he was concerned, he liked to see,the funds.raised by voluntary subscrip tions, whether; collected; from door to door or otherwise. He thought it was more desirable that the . Church should be supported in this way than by taxes imposed by Parliament and collected by revenue officers. He also hoped that the congregation would never have to let the sittings; and this need not be done so long as the . voluntary contributions were sufficient'to meet the expenditure...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. 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the last month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all arrears then owing ; nor can an;/ advertise ment be withdrawn without a written notice to that effect.

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"INKY IMPY." [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

" INKY IMPY." Master " Inky" appears to think, so we are told, that it is entirely due to his versos that Mr' H. P. Taylor was returned on Thursday at the head of the poll. The following, lines fully, bear out the opinion that is entertained in the offioe of . the oalibre of that young'gentleman's' organ of self-esteem:— Oh spare your praises, I prar, good folk! I take no pay for the fun I poke. I don't expect every quip and joke I'm pleased to mako will applause ovoke; If yo\» like my rhymes I am truly glad, But upon my word I'm a bashful lad, i And success does'nt puff me up a bit,' As it does Borne poets with half my wit. My Kleotion tip! No, 'twas not far out, There are much worse tips to be found, no1 doubt, But 'tis' nt worth bragging a bit about, ■ ■ Much oleverer things I shall yet turn out. I know some people will Bay I can't,1 • But let them give mo just half a slant, ' • I'll take my'davy thoy cry peccavi," And I, pretty soon mako them all recant. . Its just a toss up if ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

CIre §titek flerali BGEUCA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14,1869. The municipal elections have resulted very much as we expected they would do. We certainly anticipated finding Mr Stubbs con siderably higher up on the poll than he was, but considering that the fight lay between Mr Hansen and Mr Taylor, it is not surprising that the friends of the first-named gentleman, who we believe were ranged on both sides, devoted their attention principally to the issue between the two chief combatants. Although he was thus unfortunately thrown out of the ruck, it must be gratifying to him to find that the " new blood " party in whose cause he had enlisted himself, has succeeded in placing one of their men, the one most obnoxious to the " non-infusion " party, at the head of the poil by a large majority of votes. Mr Stubbs may, with Mr Graham, congratulate himself in having received, as voting generally goes in the borough, a very respectable amount of support indeed—quite sufficient in fact to en courage ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MR. H. N. POWELL'S PLACARD. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MR. H. N. POWELL'S PLACARD.. ' (To the 'Editor of the Riverine Herald,') Shy—Lest any one of the public may have, 'been'misled'by the malicious placard' signed and circulated yesterday by Mr H. N. Powell, I subjoin ; the concluding: remarks of His' Honor the Chief Justice, quoted from Wyatt and Webb's reports, in the judgment given by him in Banco, on the law points arising out of my trial in. 1862, for alleged evasion of the Land Act. I refrain from malting any comments now/ as I hope to ba enabled to put an effectual stop, to any further annoyance in the quarter above referred to by other and more legitimate means. The quotation is as follows:—"I therefore think that the conviction canno t le sustained, as there was neither a false declaration nor a conspiracy to obtain a legal object by illegal means. The evidence in support of conspiracy fails. I have made no reference to agency, because the whole of the evidence tends to show that the defendants acted n...

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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 13th August, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

LATEST TELEGRAM. (FKOir ODE OWN COKBESPONDENT.) Melbourne, 13tb August, 1869. | A telegraph has been received from Sydney stating that Mr Butters has purchased tbe' great Armidale diamond. A difficulty is said to have arisen about liens and carriers' and customs duties. ' Tbe city bench have decided on" stating a case in the matter of Kennealy.

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

.PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council this week the consideration of the committee's report on'the Fisheries Bill was postponed for a week,' it being1 thought advisable to make some altera tions in the measure before it is passed. Mr Bear obtained leave of absence for twelve months, with a view of enabling him to visit England. The Local Government Bill has been abandoned by the,Government in con sequence of an amendment introduced the 7th clause, at,the instance of Mr O'Shanassy, re lative to the union of road, districts. Air ! O'Shanassy expressed his readiness to take charge of the bill if no opposition was offered to that course. Hon. members generally ap peared disinclined to allow so important a measure to lapse, and an amendment was agreed to to report progress, in order.that the Government might have further time for consideration. The House adjourned on Thursday until Tuesday next In the Legislative Assembly the Land Bill has been considered in committee. The ...

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

Insurance .Koti«*cs. THE Australian alliance assurance COMPANY; Established for the Assurance of Lives, Fire and Marine Insurance, Guarantee for Fidelity, Endowments and Annuities. ' Prinoipal Offices: \ 53 Elizabeth-street and 2 and 4 Collins st. West. Eohuca, 1st May, 1869. To Shippers of Goods to the Murray, Murrum bidgeo, and Darling Rivers Districts. The river season having opened this year two months sooner than in any former year, we take an early opportunity of informing you that we have been re-appointed agents for the above com pany, and every faoility has been given ua for the acceptance of risks (without delay for referenoe to head office) on Wool and Merchandise while in transit on the Murray River and its tributaries. W e also beg to call your special attention to the fact that Wool oan be covered from the time it is pnt on board till its delivery in London, at a low through-rate, including fire risk while in Melbourne, or in transit by railway, without further charge....

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS; A greater amount of interest has been dis played in the result of the elections which have just come off than is usual on such occa sions in Echuca. The whole proceedings, however,have been conducted- with great order and the candidates may be said to have fought fairly^ and, barring a few harmless skits, nothing, has been done so far as these gentle men are themselves concerned, to be regretted or condemned. . The issue of a most objection able • placard, which appeared on Thursday morning endeavoring to throw great discredit on Mr H. P. Taylor,,and to represent his con duct in connection with' certain land trans actions in the year 1862, is not attributed to his municipal opponents, and they deny having had any thing to do with it. ' We may say that we did not hear a single person accuse any of them of being mplicated in the matter, while the conduct of the gentleman whose name was appended to the bill, was universally scouted. At an early hour in the forenoon...

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

shipping. BCHUCA'J ARRIVALS. v August 11.—Waradgery, F. Foord, master, from Hay, with 24 bales wool. John Orr, agent. August 12.—Pride of the Murray, and barge Harriett, W. Daviee. master, from Wentworth, in ballast. VVm. M'Culloch and Co., agents. - DBFAHTOSM. " August 13.—Waradgery, F., Foord, master, for Wah gunyah, with 50 tons general cargo. 'John Orr, agent. The Pride of the Murray will be despatched to day, with a large cargo, for the Darling River. The J. EC. P. is loading between Wngga Waggaaud Hay.

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

Wool, Stations, Agencies, Ac J^ALMAHOY DAMP BELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Bourse-street West, Mblboubnb. Jambs Mann, representative atDeniliquin. <K Fobstth &' Co., do. . Wagga VVagga Do do.. ■ Dubbo . . ■ 308 Advances on Station Properties. . THE TRU8Tand AGENCY, COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a'large amount of oapital foi investment are prepared to make Libbbal Cass Advances at Kedttced Bates On Squatting Pboperties In Victoria and New South Walks, Bbight Bbothbks & Go;Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellihs, Melbourne.' . . 1 •!!. : ■ 292 Aotlces. ■' puospECTus. OF TEE.. . „ | Echucameat PRESERVING company, , , (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 npon allotment, the balance by calls not to exoeed one pound per share, to be made at intervals of not less than two months. Operations will be com menced as soon as one th...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 11th August. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

DiiiNfLIQUhN. Ohrftrnn!* '11th An mat. I Since our Inst the weather.has been fine, without rain, and raiyfr milder iri temperature. The crossings have been coined to sh^ep, and. /at proceeding to market, have nurybcred 25.10'. .Th«y were an followAu?usl 5th, 2.09Q evi>3, Dow's; 7th, 4.'(0t inix**d, I\ Ty&on's, and 2.0G0, flitto Maine?; 8th, 3,006 ditto, Wilson Hro ther?. Y:tnko, Htid 2.Hid, .M'Fjrbind'e, from Nap-Nap; Hth, 3.000 welherf, Me-tford's; V'lh, 2,000 ditto, WuUur an<J Gjrton'e;' nrd to- ay 2,000 mixed, Puter's, 2,500 ditto. Af'C'utigfjv, .-in ? J, 100 ditto, of Scoli'fi; anil 1,500 wpu'hers of Uiihort's, of Warwil-ah. Oil the 5th, 6,0« 0 of Slon;ivs store sherp passed up the rirer, aud on the following day 4,000 ditto, of Murray &ni Watson's, ! CTOBScd to the north side; while on lie 9th, 2,500 ditto of Scott's paBsed downwards. No fatcatfle have crossed, but two lots are near. We have no local transactions to report, and hear great complaint...

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

STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine 'Herald Office, Friday Evening. Tne following mobs of stock have crossed-sroco our last issue: —August 11—2140 fat sheep, Clark and M'Leay, Murrumbidgee; 2159 fat' sheep, M'Bean, Edward; 1000 fat Bheep, Wolsley, Gibhs and Co., Cobran. 12—160 fat cattle, M'Lauren, Moroco; 4000 fat sheep, P. Tyaon, Lachlan. 13—83 fat cattlp, Ma thoura. There has b> en no rain since our last, but for several days rain has appeared to be impending, and it seems likely wo shall have a fall before long. ■ The Pastoral Show at Corowa took placo on Thursday, but we have not yet received any particulars about it. In the Sandhurst market this week fat beef was very poorly supplied. The Independent of Wednesday says:— " At "the cattle market yesterday there was absolutely no beef. Twenty-three head of cattle were in, but they were of very inferior quality, 'i he weekly consumption of Sandhurst is probably about 350 Unless our butchers go to Melbourne for beef, we shall ha...

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[?]AY. August 11, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 August 1869

HAY.       (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) August 11, 1869.   The great topic of conversation during the past week here has been the tradesmens' ball. The affair came off last night with the     greatest eclat. Host Dawson, an old Echucan, has given the Hayites full satisfaction in every detail in connection with the ball and supper. The ball-room was very tastefully decorated, and had a most pleasing appearance. Supper was laid for sixty, and the room was laid out in an artistic manner, the table literally   groaning under the weight of the good things provided in a most liberal manner, and re- gardless of cost. Dancing commenced at half-past eight, and was kept up till the small hours. Every one, I am sure, was well pleased, and seemed to enjoy themselves most heartily. The stewards vied with each other in their attendanee to the fair ladies, and the whole affair was universally pronounced a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

Wanted, WANTED to Sell, about Twelve Dozen Porter Bottles. Apply J. M., office of tbia paper. 530 WANTED a Blacksmith, for General Work and Horse-shoeing ; constant employment for a good workman. James Mackintosh, Eohuoa Saw mills. 529 To XiCt. TO LET, the Premises lately oocapied by Mr A. R. Ford, Conolly-street. Apply offioe of Ibis paper. 515 TO LET, a Briok Houae, with three rooms, with oonvtnient yard and water laid on; rent moderate. For particulars enqnire at Webb's Grooery Store, Moama. 525 TO LET, on building lease, Allotment of Land next Bunk of Viotoria. Apply at the Bank. 440 TO LET, the Large Briok 8tore at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 rno LET, the Friend-in-Hand Hotel, corner J- of Hare and AnBtrnther Streets. Apply to Mrs Callaghan. 469 COTTAGES to LET, furnished or unfurnished. Apply John Lahey, Harp and Shamrock Hotel. 481 For Male, To Breeders, Squatters, Raoing Men, Stable keepers, Farmer?, Speculators, and Others. JAMES SHACKELL...

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ECHUCA TIMBER YARD. 14th August, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

ttlrmitra Timber Yard. 14-rh Aiimist. 1869. I Dear Sir,—Referring' to your charges as Wharf Stevedore, for unloading1 timber, &c., we are of opinion tlj.it with the inadequate machinery at present available, your dues are not more than fairly remunerative. At the same time it is to be regretted that, for the reason above stated, you are precluded from carrying on the work nt a cheaper rate. We beg also to bear our testimony to your general courtesy and ability in the discharge of a difficult and onerous duty. We are, dear bir, yours truly, ELD RIDGE, LANG & Co. Mr. Burton, Stevedore, Echuca Wharf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

An invention new to English'operators is des cribed in theHlast number of the'Illustrated Photographer. It is oalled: the ..{'Opthalmos," and is in reality .a.^mera'groidded .with meohanical _ opntrivances for. .antoraatidally "nn covering^ani oovering the jensy and fiposiiia the plate. ;It iB sent'up.' attached"to ja'.small baloon without an operator, an^d at any. required "height takesa'pieturVof'the surface"of tHe earth beneath' it with all the bearings^of the.compass accurately marked.;'.''..i?. ''.', A late California paper states,thata borifcm'p'o rary has phblisBed a long-winded and' highly rhetorical r article .-in .the New 'York Tribune, predicting all sorts of evils "and.'dangers from the Chinese^'immigration.'' '"He ' talks vaguely and mistily of the fate of '^Nineveh and Babylon and Romeor' "serfs and despotshe intimates that Chinese labipr has* a tendency to "make nabobs and princes of our capitalists, and crush our working classes in .the dust," and also to "rear an em...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

JLecture* MONl) \Y EVENING, 23bd AUGUST, i LECTURE by the TEN. ARCHDEACON J\ CRAWFORD, will be delivered in the TOWN HALL, Subject: "CO-OPERATION." Tiokets of Admission may be had of any of the Churoh Committee, or the Colleotor; price—3a, 2s and Is respectively. The Chair will be taken at Half-past 7 o'olook. 518 Amusements. REDMAN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL. the ALEXANDER BROTHERS BEG to announce their Unrivalled Drawing Room Entertainment, The Wonders of the Heavens and Earth, On Thursday, 19th August, only. Front Seats, 2s 6d; Baok Seats, Is 6d; ■ Children Half-price, For particulirs see Projtanmcs. —— 528 ! Election Notices. Borough Annual Election. A POLL for the Election of Three Members of Council took place at the Town Hall, on Thursday, the 12th of August instant, when the following gentlemen were Candidates, and polled tbe number of votes opposite eaoh of their names written:—H. P. Tatlok, 154; H. H. Hansen, 138; P. Nolan, 135; W. P. GnAHAM, 112; and J. Stubbs, 111. The first thr...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, Aug, 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Eveninc. Autr. 17th. Tim Murhay (wharf guage) is 9ft lOin above the summer level. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The M urkay. Albury .. 2ft 4in above Bummer level. Wahgunyah . . 3ft Oin „ „ Swan Hill ... 9ft 3in „ „ Euston . . 10ft 8in „ „ The JIuerumdidoek. Balranald .. 9ft 9in above Bummer level. Wagga Wagga. 3ft 9in „ „ Hay . . . . 5ft 6in „ „ Gundagai . . ft in „ „ No other reports were obtainable last evening.

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RIVERINE PASTORAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

RIVERINE PASTORAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. This exhibition, which took place on • Thursday last at Corowa, was well attended, and went off very successfully. The weather was fortunately propitious, and it would in deed have been scarcely possible to have selected a finer day. Mr George Peppin and Mr Telford were the judges. The fol lowing are the awards :— Horses —Class I—2 sovs for the best entire horse of the draught breed, awarded to Mr M'Innes. Class II—2 sovs for the best mare of the draught breed—Mr Page. Class III— 2 sovs for the best thorough-bred blood stallion—no prize. Class IV—2 sovs-for the best thorough-bred blood mare—Mr Moore, of Goonambil. Sheep—Class VII—3 sovs f»r tho best Merino rams of any age over 5-tooth—Messrs Woleslev, Gibbs and Co ; 2 sovs for the second best of this class— Messrs Gayer and Cross; honorary certificate for the third best three of this class—Mr Sangar. Claes VIII—2 sovs for the best three Merino ewes with lambs at foot—Mr M'Farland. Class IX—2 sovs fo...

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