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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 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the last month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all arrean then owing; nor can any advertise ment be withdrawn without a written notice to that effect.

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. In the Police Court yesterday, before the Police Magistrate, the following cases were beard:—H. P. Taylor v H. N. Powell—De fendant was charged with having published and circulated a printed placard reflecting on the complainant, of which three copies were sworn to be in possession of prosecutor, with out the name and address of the printer, as provided by the Printers' and Newspapers' Statute, 1864. Mr Taylor, being sworn, stated that the three placards produced were each signed by defendant, who had, on the 10th inst, shown him the manuscript, and at the same time said he was going " to put in a hot-un " for witness at the election. That the witness was at the railway station on the night of the 11th, and saw defendant receive and take away a parcel, and that another witness would prove the parcel contained placards, which were signed that night by defendant. Mr Powell, addressing the bench, said he would at once save the time of the court in hearing any furth...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18,1809. Theiie were no questions on which the interrogators at his meetings pressed Mr Taylor harder for an expression of opinion than those with reference to the construction of bridges over the Campaspe and the Mur ray. It was in vain he represented that the latter work was beyond the jurisdiction, not only of the Council, but of that of the Victorian Government. The enquiiy was repeated in a variety of ways; the persons making it being evidently under the impres sion that it was absurd the authorities of their colony should be powerless in the matter; and although their pertinacity provoked some momentary merriment, it had a significance and suggestiveness which could not be laughed down. It unquestionably is absurd that a work of so much importance should be indefinitely delayed through the negligence, or the indifference, or the obstructiveness of so distant a Government as that of New South Wales, and it is very plain the grievances of which they are...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE GOVERNMENT STEVEDORE. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCJi. THE GOVERNMENT STEVEDORE. (ZV> the Editor of the Riverine Herald.') Sir,—Will you kindly allow me space in your columns for a few lines in reference to a letter which appeared in your issue of Wed nesday last, signed " Steamboat," in which he throws grpat blame on the stevedore at the Gchuca Wharf. I was master and owner of a steamboat long before there was a wharf at Echuca, and may therefore be considered as being in a position to offer an opinion as to the manner in which the present stevedoring is done. I may state that a meeting was held by the masters and owners of steam-vessels coming to the wharf, at which they expressed an opinion that rather than be responsible for the use of the Government cranes, tbey would pay a little more to get any one stevedore to be responsible for them, and they then agreed to pay the price now charged, viz., 3d a bale for all wool landed at the wharf, and Is 3d a ton—the stevedore to be responsible for all cargo put o...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 13th August. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 13th August. ine iouowinsr BiocK nave crossed at Dcniliquin since our last issue:—Saturday—4!)00 store sheep, Murray and W&teon's; 4000 fat fbeep. mixed, P. Tyson's; 2000 do., Haines's. Sunday—30'0 do > Wilson Brother*' (Yuuko); 2000 do., M*Farlune'fi (Nap Nnp). MouJay 30 '0 fat weth'its. Medford'*; 1*50»» store Pfieep. Scult's; Tuesday —2000 fat wethers, Waller an i Gorton's. Wednesday— i 2100 owes, Peter's; 25iw, mixed, M'Caughey's; 2i00 i ido- Hope and Scott's; 15GU do,, Gilbert's, Thursday— | 24*'0 do., Lang and Palmer's; 1000 do., Patterson's. There are now 19m) store cattle (Douglna's), and 200 store pigs now on the North Deniliquin Common. Watt and Thomson, of Urnna, have bought Mr Mailer's mob of store bullocks (900) of the celebrated 1) in diamond brand, from the Richmond River; the price has not transpired.

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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 17th August, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

LATEST TELEGKAM. (fbom ode own cm.respondent.) Melbourne. 17tli Au<rust. 1869. A ruffian of the name of Jones, described as an old hand, in the employ of a farmer at Wbittlesea, named Edwards, yesterday, in the absence of his employer, attempted to ravish bis wife, and murder her and the children. He subsequently set fire to the house and escaped to the ranges. In the Legislative Council this afternoon Mr O'Shanassy took charge of the Local Go vernment Bill. The Armidale diamond turns out to be a quartz crystal.

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

SHIPPING. E C H IT C A. ARRIVALS, August 14—Corowa, A. B. Pierce, roaster, from Wah gunyah, with a cargo of colonial wine. F. Hogarth, agent. August 14—Wahgunyab, J. Page, master, from Corowa, with cargo colonial wine. W. Sl'Culloch and Co., agenta. DEPARTURES. August 15—Pride of the Murray, and barge Harriot, Davies, master, for Darling Kiver, with 90 tona of general cargo. W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. August 17—Corowa, S. Williams, master, for Wah unyah, with 80 tons of cargo. F. Hogarth, agents. The Kelpie passed Swan Hill on Monday afternoon, ha'f-past five o'clock, for E'.huca. The Pearl arrived at Hay on Monday morning.

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

Sliiilfiiii;' Haterials echuca steam saw mills Hare-street. MUBBA Y river STEAM SA W . -mills: ■ Messrs Eldridge, Lang & Co. BEG to inform the public of Echuca and stir rounding districts that they are now in full work, and are enabled to supply 'the Best Timber at current rates. , Eldkidge, Lang & Co, .Proprietors, Murray River Pteara Saw Mills,. Opposite Gonlburn Junction. . , .336. COMMERCIAL TIMBER YARD. •^7" W. ; MOO R E has on Sale BUILDING MATERIALS, Of every description, at the lowest prices, in cluding the following, viz.;—Paling Shingles, Doors, Sashes, Spouting, Laths, Galvanized Iron, Paints, G1:ibs, and Ironmongery. Joinery to order on the shortest notice. Estimates furnished. 335 ECHUCA STEAM SAW MILLS. ED GUM cut to order of any dimen > Bions. . ... . RED GtJM FELLOES Always on hftnd. JAMES MACKINTOSH, Phoprietob. 622 Wool, Stations, Ag-cmcles, <fcc JQALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 BOURKE-stueet WEST, MkLBOUB...

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SANDHURST (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 17th August, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

RAlMnTTTTRST (Fkom Odr Own Coruespon-dent.1 Tuesday. 17th Aueust. 1869. 575 cnttle, best beef about the eanu- pricc; middling and inferior, dull of Bale; 17 calves, very Irish prices; 0,059 Bheep, from Is to la 6d reduction—1001) unsold; 446 lambB—50 unsold. Cattle.—149 (M'Ltiurin's) Edward, good and middling, mostly cows, £8; 104 (Holloway Bros.) Loddon, good and middling, mostly bullocks, £9 6a; 92 (Binnie's) Paroo, middling, bullocks, £7 9a 6d; 156 (Johnson's) Mit'a Mitta, middling, bullocks, £7—64 unsold; 74 (Melbourne Banking Company) 6toree, £3 5s.

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. Tne following mobs of stock have crossed eincc our lnat issue:—August 14th—3,000 fat sheep, Wilson Brothers, Yanko. 15th—1,490 fat sheep, Fenwick, Xew England; 2,270 fat sheep trora Nap Nap. 16th— 2,100 fat sheep, Peters*, Murrumbidgee; 3,000 fat sheep, Keid, Darling; 8*20 fat cattle, 1/ cas, Billabong; 200 fat cattle, Peters'. Walgiers; 1,600 fat sheep, Gilbert, Murrumbidgee. 17—2,12 ) fat sheep, Hope and Scott, Ha?; 2,520 fat sheep, M4Caughey, Murrurabidgec; 1,075 fat sheep, M Lauvin, Edward. A large mob of Btore cattle were near Redbank, approaching the river, yesterday. The want of rain is again beginning to be greatly felt throughout the Riverine districts. In many parte sheep-owners are put to their wits' end how to arrange for washing. Washing places have been erected in some places too high above the present surface of the water, and there is no prospect of its being raised to the ic quired level. Others aga...

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SWAN HILL. 11th August. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 August 1869

SWAN HILL. [FROM THE PUNTMAN.] 11th August. Is it right to do wrong that good may come out of it? That's what I want to know. I ask the question because I saw an individual the other day made to suffer wrong, and the perpetrator thereof told me it was all for the individual's good. This is how the circum- stance occurred: I had occasion to put on my   best coat and my shinyest boots one day in the early part of the week. The fact is, I was going down to Tooleybuck, to try and bring my friend and brother chip to some kind of a proper understanding abont our foliages at our respective crossings; and as I was jogging along the road, ruminating upon the ill-usage I have lately received from sheep drovers, I became somewhat melancholy. As soon as I began to experience the feeling too strongly, I bethought me of having a smoke, — for there is no such catholicon as tobacco — but lo! on searching for my pipe it was gone, and so I was obliged for the nonce to be satis- fied with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

<*overmm«ut A.<lvertiHcinunt»>. Department of Lands, Sydney, 10th August, 1869. ROAD OR TRACK FOR TRAVELLING STOCK. IT is hereby Notified, for general information, that the authorised Road or Track for the Passage of Travelling Stook, being portion of the tr&ck from Moama to Deniliquin, is the one referred to and described belowFrom the North end of Edward-street (whioh forms the | Eastern boundary of seotions 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 and 47), town of Moama, Northerly to the road reserved between portions of 40 and 45, parish of Bama, connty of Cadell." 534 WILLIAM FORSTER. j H'otices. NOTICE. I BEG- to request an Immediate Settlement of all Aoeounts Due to me in connection with my late businesses at Eohuca and Moama, failiDg whioh all aoooants will be plaoed in the hands of my solioitor for collection. No further notioe will be given. 533 F. HOGARTH. NOTICE. ALL Persons Indebted to us are again partion larly requested to Pay their Aooounts to Mr G. B. Eva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

Wanted, WANTED a Blacksmith, for General Work and Horse-shoeiDg ; constant employment for a good workman. James Mackintosh, Eohuca Saw mills. ' 529 WANTED au experienced General Servant; must be a good cook and laundress; refer ences required. Apply Star Hotel. 93 WANTED Twenty Tons of good Hay Chatt, delivered at Moaraa or Kchiic*. Apply, with sample and price, 'o Mr John M'Donnell, at Messrs Roberts and iVrguson's, Wheelwrights, &c., High-street, Eohuea. 95 To XiCt. TO LET, a Brick House, at Monma, with three rooms, with convenient yard and water laid on; rent moderate. For particulars enquire at Webb's Grocery Store, Moima. 525 TO LET, on building lease, Allotment of Land next Bunk of Victoria. Apply at. the Bank. 440 TO LET, the Large Briok Store at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 'J 10 LET, the Friend-in-Hand Hotel, corner JL of Hare and Anstruther Streets. Apply to Mrs Callaghan. 469 COTTAGES to LET, furnished or unfurnished. Apply John ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

IM PO t) IN Dj.N.(iS.— echuca; ; "Impounded, July 30th, 1809; trespass, Gd. Brown cob horse, small ctar, saddle .and collar marked, i - sliod, 0 near shoulder, 3 near caddie. " Brown oob mare, Baddle and collur marked, Jy near shoulder. Grey horse, switch tail, GB or CB near shoulder, like I.Tcff shoulder. 'J 1 Chesnut entire pony, switch tail, email star, near hind foot white. f.liod, saddle marked, no visible brand; • trespass, 20a. ; Bay horse, caddie and collar marked, shod, like RN near ohoulder. Impounded on the 4th August; trespass, Gd each; 1 Brown mare, longtai!, saddle and collar marked, ^ over £ near shoulder. _ ' -• Chesnut horse, short switch tail, shod, like II over diamond near s Moulder. r • Bay mare, 6witch tail, star, G (with two strokes over) .. near shoulder. ~ Bay filly funl, blase, progeny of above, no visible brand. Bay mare, long tail, star anil snip, F off saddle. . Bay filly, heavy long tail, stripe and snip, like W near neck. If not claimed nnd expenses pa...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evenins, Aug, 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

STATE OF THE RIVERS. I ECHUCA. Friday Evenins, Aujr. 21st. The HimOAY (wharf guag«) is 7ft 4in above the turner level. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The Moruay. Alb ury 2ft 6in above summer level. Wahgutiyah .. 3ft Oin „ „ Swan Hill .. 9ft Oin ,, „ Eustou .. 10ft Oin „ ,, The Hdmmjmbtogee. Balranald .. 9ft fiiu above summer level. Wagga Wagga. 4ft 5ia „ „ Hay .. .. 4ft Oin. „ „ Gundagai . . 2ft Oin „ „ No other reports were obtainable last evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS Orders to discontinue canmtbe received after the beginning of a quarter, and should be forwarded during the last month of a quarter, together with the amount dm for all arrtarn then owing ; nor can any advertise ment be withdrawn uithout a written notice to that effect...'

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. In the Police Court yesterday, before the Police Magistrate and Mr Shackell, the fol lowing cases were heard:—H. Crossen v Prossenel, claim for £2 18s 6d, for work and labor done. Verdict for amount, and 5s costs. Dr Crossen then took bis seat upon the Bench. Bridget Smithers v Wm. Nash, claim for £2 18s 4d, for wages. The plaintiff made great complaints of the rations, and said they were so bad that all the domestic servants in the kitchen were in the habit oi buying their tea and sugar, as they conld not use that given out as their rations, which was lib. of tea and 41b. of sugar per week for four ser vants. The plaintiff produced samples of the tea and sugar, which were the ordinary sort supplied to shepherds and other station hands. Plaintiff said if she was not supplied with better tea and sugar she should leave. Mr Nash came to plaintiff on Monday morning last, and told her if she was not satisfied she could go. She agreed, and Mr Nash wanted to deduct her...

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The Riberine herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

Cge gutate pnm EcnrrcA, Saturday, august21, lasa. One would think that the present Govern ment and Legislature were railway mad. If these works had proved highly reproductive in this colony it would not be difficult to understand why a preference should be shewn for them to others of a more urgently neces sary character. But the very contrary has been the case. They do not pay and cannot be made to pay for many a long year to come. Neither are they of the importance to the country of works for the storage and distri bution of water. Yet the latter suffer neglect, while the former are fostered and cherishcd, and promoted in every possible way. As the Land Bill now stands, it is provided that £300,600 shall be annually set apart from the iand revenue for the construction of rail ways. While this pet notion of the Chief Secretary was under discussion, Captain Mac mahon pointed out that none of those works on which a public debt bad been incurred, had been reproductive, with the excepti...

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THE MURRUMBIDGEE SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

I THE MURRUMBIDGEE SURVEY. The surveying, mapping, and levelling of the Murrumbidgee River from Gundagai to its junction with the Murray, has been for some lime going on at the expense of the Government of New South Wales. The work has now been completed to about ten miles below Bundigerie, or for a total distance of three hundred and fifty miles, and much accurate and consequently extremely valuable information in connection with the river, its length, course, depth, and fall has thus been obtained. We subjoin a table of measured distances along its course from Gundagai to the last point of survey :— From Gundagai to— Miles. Bangus 9£ Oatkey Creek .... 16 Mondarlo . 31 Yabtroe 33 Wantahadgery 37 Taroutta Creek.... 57 Oura 58J Cunnindroo 81 Kyandra Creek .. 66 Gumly Gumly.... 72J Watrga Wagga. .. 81J Total fall to Wagga "Wagga. 120 feet 6 inohea. From Wagga Wagga to— Pomingalarna..... 14 Cnrrawarna 40 Ganmain 44 Wagingoberemby.. 78 Buckinbong 109 Gillanbah Punt,.. 125 Fall 113ft. Ya...

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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 21 August 1869

ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The Borough Council held its usual fort nightly meeting on Wednesday evening last in the body of the Town Hall. The members present were the Mayor, and Crs Nolan, Newbould, Hayes, Weaver, Nield, Mitchell and Taylor. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Letters were read from the Engineer-in-Chief of the Railways refusing to allow Mr M'Arthur to have water laid on direct from the hydrant to his brewery; from Mr R. Gates resigning his appointment as one of the borough auditors; and from the Under Treasurer, in forming the Council that any monies to the credit of the Echuca Pound, previous to the proclamation of the borough did not pass to the Council. A letter was read to Mr W. Edwards enclosing certificate of efficiency as a contractor to the Borough Council; to Alexander Brothers, informing them that they could have the use of the hall on pay ment of a fee of £2 2s and a deposit of £10; to Mr Burridge, enclosing a list of rate paying e...

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