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The Riverine Herald ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1869 [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

ECHTJCA, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1869 In our last issue the demands upon our space were so numerous and so imperative that we were obliged to record several important facts without being able to present our readers with any deductions from the same. Firstly, we had to give as much English news as we could, and then came the County Court, the General Sessions, and other matters to which we need not more particularly refer. Two important deputations had had interviews in Melbourne, and we were forced to content :ourselves with simply stating all'that had actually transpired—reserving all comment : for a future day. On last Thursday a large number of in fluential squatters and stockmasters waited upon the Chief Secretary and the Attorney General, for the nurpese of urging the adop tion of tha South Australian Scab Act as the new one for-Victoria. The principles of this measure were briefly described by Mr Macksight, and consisted in something' like the following:—Immediately upon the dis c...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

impohmdimgs; Impounded at ficliuea on the 2-5th December, 18G8; trespass 1(1 each. . 671 sheep, like throe-pronged fork off rump, T on ribs. If not claimed and expenses paid/ will be Bold "on the 20th January, 1869. ■ '' Xmpoundea at Echuca on tho 26th December, 1868 ; trespass la each. Itoan Bullock, cock horns, piece out off ear, M H off rump ann ribs: • ;* ; • ■ • Strawberry steer, cock horns, piece out oB car, C H off rump, C or G off ribs. Bed and white steer, cock horns, 1L,I off rump ; ; •j - -f not "claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on "the 57 th January, icou; : - ■ _ GKOKGIi J AMlisaoy, Poundkeeper. ; .Hollo-way's Ointmext and Pills. — Abscesses, ^Erysipelas,Tiles.—Unvarying success attends: all who treat these diseases according to the; simple printed di rections'wrapped round each pot and.box of Jlolloway's medicaiftciits.' They are; invaluable to the young and timid, whose bashfulness sometimesendangcre life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and;triflin»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

POST OFFICE NOTICE. The K.M. Steamship Bombay will be dispatched witli the Mails for King George's Sound, Point de Galla, India, China, the Mediterranean Ports, Europe, Amerioo and the United Kingdom. The hours appointed for closing mails at this office are as follow:— For registered letters, at 6 p.m. on Saturday, 30th instant. ■ ■ For newspapers, via Southampton, at 6.45 a.m. on Monday, 1st proximo. For ordinary letters, ?ia Southampton and Marseilles, 4 p.m. on Monday, lBt proximo. For Newspapers, via Marseilles, 4 p.m on Monday, 1st proximo. Money Orders, payable in the United. Kingdom, will be issued up to G p.m on Saturday, 30tli instant. fjlt is suggested that all letters intended for trans mission by the Royal Mail contract steamers should be secured with gum or "wafers';'the use of sealing wax having been found to cause delay in separating letters, and in some instances to lead to addresses on envelopes bein<j rendered illegible. D. W. FOItllfiS, Postmaster. Post...

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STOCK REPORTS, &C. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

TUCK KliPOliTS, &C. ECHUCA AND MOAMA, The following mob of stock have crossed since our last issue:— December 25—2,100 fat sheep, Macfarlari, from the l?dward Bivcr. - . ■ . December 26—20!) lieed of fat cattle, Alexander •Cameron. The weather since our last issue lias been very mild, Sunday aud Monday having proved eool and fine, the nights being: exceedingly cold for (be season. On Sa turday night we were favoured with a tolerably heavy fall ef rain, which, if it served no better end, at least moistened the ground and laid the dust. There were a few vivid flashes of lightning and some distant rolls of thunder, but tho heaviest part of the storm broke else where than in the immediate locality. •Again we have very few crossings to report—they will be found above. They are registered, we arc happy to say. If tho Registrar-General 13 really anxious to preserve any accurate record of the crossings at Eclxuca, it would be as well if the regulations were carried out in their inte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

Wool, Stations, Agrencles, tVc ^ALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO., Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 . Bouuke-stueet Wkst, Melbourne,*. James ManN, representative at Deniliquin; {J. Forsyth & Co., do. "VVagga- W'ogga Do do. Dubbo : ' 716 Adyswiecs ois Station Propiei'tics. THE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Ueduced Rates On Squatting Properties In Yictouta and Neav South Wales, Bright Bp-otjieus & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Patton and Hellins, Melbourne. 705 Professional. MR. H. N. POWELL, , Solicitor, &'c.t Opposite the Bank of Victoria, ' ECHtJCA. .021 iSMgiiB«?ss Notices. ALFRED CARPENTER, . Bookselier» Stationer, Hews Agent, BEGS to inform his friends and the publio that he has ■ , BSEMOVKSS To the fine premises late in the occupation of ; ' Mr Sehestedt, and Opposite the Bank of New South Wales, Echuca, Where he has laid in a SPLENDID ASSOR...

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MESSRS BENSON AND CO,'S REPORT. Saturday. 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

MESSRS BENSON AND CO/S REPORT.: Saturday. 23rd January. .•■House" Market.—Business lias not been so active at , our yards on Saturday as'it.was uponVthe-preyiouB. Saturday, at tbu same timo most of the Eounu young medium draught stock' entered,- found purchasers at fair prices, X'or light harness horses, and hacks there wa3 leB3 demand. We sold- modium draught horses at from £10 to £22; light harness liorscsand hacks, from £-5 to £14 : heavy draught horses wc may quote at from £30 to £4(1. -. . | Dairy Catti/e — Cows of prime quality have been in request, but inferior descriptions are difficult to dispose of, sales at £5 to £6 2s Gd. ■ "' i Tin, Poultry, and Meat Market.—We had a supply of about eighty pigs on Thursday, including a fair number of good poi-kers. There was no great alteration in prices, about the ordinary rates being '-obtained. Poultry—There has been a moderate quantity -brought forward for sale during the past week, and sales have been made at undermentioned prices....

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SANDHURST. Tuesday, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 January 1869

SANDIiUJIST. : (fiiow ouk Own corhbsrondent.) . .Tuesday, January 20, 445 cattle—prices quite .equal to the few last -week, best beef GOi per hundred; 93' calve3—slight improve ment; 3,'3-i4 sheep—rise fid per head; 422 lambs-no improvement. - IKSOattle—348,'Cobb and Co, (Perricoota), middling and plain, culls—"oullooks £53s 6d, cows £4 Is; 85, Wilson's (Kyneton), middling, £6 2s; 69, Hcnindia. (Darling)," culls, lieavy, £5 lis; 42, Larlcin's (Loddon), plain,>£3' Os fld; 59, it'Laiirin's, culls, 46 bullocks ■ £6, 13 do. £4 2s; 74, Winter's (St Germain's), very small, raid Cling, £3 lGs 6d;' 8, Goudgc's, very small; plain, £2 9,3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

HoixowaY's Tills.—Those: celebrated Pills die especially useful in purifying the blood, cleansing tlio, stomach, gently stimulating the kidneys, arid ■ acting at mild aperients, A few doses of tliiB purifying medicine set the foulest stomach right, remove all bilious symptoms, steady the circulation, give Btrcnth. to the musclcs, and composure to. the .brain and nervcB.. The Pills are so innoxious that they'may betaken by persons in the most delicate state of health, and with marvellous effect. When the system has been enervated' by over indulgence, or exhausted by mercurinr preparations, these Pills are excellent restoratives; they-expel the poison and enrich the blood.—Advertisement.;' .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

Proposed Great Passenger Ship.— We have seen a model ol what, is probably " the coming" ship of this ape.: It is to be of the same size as the Great KnBtern, except that instead of 28 feet it will draw only 18 feet, and'it will carry proportionally iess ton nage. It is designed to carry ,four;timest as many passengers as aDy present style,of, ship, and to substitute for bunks Christian beds; it will also give four times the space to' a state room. The present mode of bunking;passen gers is unworthy of the age. Sea-sickess, if preventable by construction, should be rendered obsolete. This, ^desideratum is at tained in Thomas:Silver's coming- ship;, it is secured by the proportions of the ship, and by there being thirty feet less of the>hull ;Out of: the water than in the Great Eastern; but the motion is rendered'almost imperceptible "by a; new device. 1 The" state-rooms,' instead lof i being at the outside,limits of:.the vessel, are i amidships; tfyat.is,■ along;tliepcenlre -line,...

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THE PRESERVATION OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

I THE PRESERVATION OF MEAT. The following letter was recently addressed te the editor of the Australasian:—"Sir,— Should Australian meat get a bad name in the English market, it is not likely that it will be through the wrong-doing of any large company that may be formed, but more probably through the ignorance, carelessness, or something else, of the squatters who will preserve their own meat on their own stations. The men, it is to be feared, who send their wool to market anyhow will send their meat in the same way. People who have lived long in the bush seem, at length, to possess no nose to speak of—save one externally—and as the chief care they take of their meat is to keep it in safes where the blowflies can live safe from molestation and disport themselves on , hills of mutton and moutains of beef at their leisure, they get to regard maggots in their meat as quite compatible with the fitness of things, and to look with surprise, or pity, or worse, upon those who would rather ...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND: TE KOOTI'S PA TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND: TE KOOTI'S PA TAKEN. The Hawke's. Buy Herald gives the fol lowing particulars of the fall of Ngatapa:— On the Monday and Tuesday the pa was shelled One shell is said to have hit a Hau hau in the chest, and to have blown him to pieces, at the same time killing five others. Whilst the shelling was going on, the work of sapping in front of the place was proceeding vigorously, and the assaulting party was close to the enemy's position on Monday night. The assault was made at daylight on Tuesday, Major Frazer and his men scaling the rocky ridge in the rear. There were not men enough to surround the hill upon the summit of which the enemy had taken position; and, in con sequence, he had begun to make his escape by dropping over the cliffs to the right. His immunity, however, was very shortlived. Sixty of the enemy were left dead in the trenches, a good many of whom were killed by shell; and sixty more were destroyed in the pursuit. Among the dead are Nikaro and Ita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

Government Advertisements Victorian Baihvays Reduotion in Parcels and Excess Luggage Rates. PARCELS are now carried at considerably re duced rates. A parcel under lib weight is oarried between Melbourne and Ballarat or Sand hurst for Sixpence; and heavier parcels at pro portionately low rates. Signed, C. E. Jones, Commissioner of Railways. 21st Jannary, 1869. 133 lo H»e Sold or JLet. To Let> THE Large Brick Store at Moaraa, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 For Sale or to liet, The Caledonian Hotel, CONTAINING Nineteen Apartments, fitted with every convenience for carrying on the comfortable Family Hotel and Bar Trade, whioh the present tenant, Mr George Melville, has so suooessfully established. Possession can be given to suit the purchaser or tenant. For particulars apply to N. M'Arthur, brewer. Echiioa, 12th January, 1869. 123 Money MO&EY TO LEND. Apply to B. R. Ste venson, Ratolift'e-Btreet. 124 Advances oil Grain and I'rodnco WB, JONES, 149 Col...

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BUSHRANGING ON THE DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

I B'USHRANGING ON THE DARLING. Our correspondent at Menindie furnishes the following interesting particulars, under date January 1:—Some two months ago two men came to Bullybulka, an out home station on the Tolarno run, and asked to have some thing to eat, which was given them. They loitered about the place till all hands went to work but the cook, when they broke into the store, but took nothing away, their object being arms and ammunition. Next morning when the horses were brought to the yard, which is the first work on the station, two were found to be missing, and those the very best, proving the thieves to be good judges of horseflesh. Search was at once instituted, and the animals were tracked in the direction of Moor's, in the Back Blocks, by Mr Sprout, the storekeeper, and a blackfellow. They ascertained that the men had called there, but had gone on in the direction of Clare Station. The description of these men answers to that of the men who attacked Trooper M'Cabe, who is...

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WOOL REPORTS, &C. Melbourne, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

WOOL REPORTS, &o. Melbourne, 27th January. Messrs R. Goldsbrough and Co. report:—Wool ■—Our auction sale beld on Wednesday was well attended, and the prices obtained were fully equal to previous quotations. We catalogued 1,061 bales, and our total sales at auotion and by private contract are 981 bales; greasy realising 5|-d to -Qtl; fleece 10id to lSjd; and scoured, lljd to 16d per pound. The market continued firm and there is a' brisk enquiry. Sheepskins—There is an active demand, and we have sold a large quantity at aao'ion, comprising 141 bundles in ail, at prices ranging from 3d to 6jd for station skins, and 8d per pound for one lot of washed. Hides—Prices are fully maintained, and we could obtain high rates for cny lots coming forward. We have sold ordinary country hidc-8 at 14s 3d each, and could sell first class hides up to 23s each, or by weight in proportion. Tallow—The supply continues limited, and prices are well maintained. We have sold small lots of ordinary sta...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From our latest telegraphic intelligence we gather the following:— Talbot. A disastrous fire broke out in Scandinavian cresent on Wednesday. It is said to have originated in a public-house and billiard Baloon opposite the lane leading to Cobb and Co.'s stables. This building and several houses on each side of it are totally des troyed. The fire was stayed on the one side by Mr Eraser's hairdresser's shop, which was only slightly damaged. In the other direc tion the destruction was much greater. The Bank of Australasia and several houses have been burnt to the ground, and the fi: e ap pears to be only checked. The fire in the Cresent commenced in Thomas's fruit shop, at eleven o'clock on Tuesday night. The townspeople turned out in large numbers and worked with great energy to arrest the progress of the flame?, but there was a great scarcity of water. The following buildings were totally des troyed:—The Bank of Australasia, Mr Thomas's fruit shop, Mr Goodman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

THE RIVERINE HERALD JSI-WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Ib published every Wednesday and Saturday, nnd (leu patched on Uic same day by tlie Victorian and New South "Wales Mail?. Subscription, Ten shillings and sixpence per Quarter, payable in advance; or twelve shillings if credited, with postage added to country subscribers. The quarters commence on 1st July and 1st October of this year. Subscribers commencing after the beginning of a quarter will be charged proportionately to the termination of the current three months. Orders to discontinue cannot be received after the begin ning of a quarter, and should be forwarded during the last month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all arrears then owing. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. To afford the utmost facility to businosB men for obtaining the publicity tliey require, the following scale of charges for advertising in the Kivehtne Herald has been' adopted. £ s. d. For one inch for one insertion.............. 0 6 0 One inch for two insertions 0 ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Riverine Iter aid.) Sir,—On "Wednesday morning I was fined 206 at the Echuca Police Court for keeping a dis orderly house. I have nothing to say as to tho justice or injustioe of the fine, or as to the proper interference or improper meddling of the police. Everybody who knows me, or the house conducted by me, can readily form their opinions on that point; but I do object that suoh a slur upon both should go abroad to people who are not so well acquainted with mo. I therefore beg to state, with your permission, that I have never during the many years I have held a license, knowingly permitted disorderly conduct in my house, and I challenge all the police in tho colony to make a i nmitrnrv Rtftfpmfint. "'T»i'8iri0B"e:K'flyj0Hffi0N. Bridge Hotel, 28th January, 1869. [To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—Can you, or any of your readers, in form me what lias become of the Fife and Drum Band, to which I and many others contributed. The little ...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

ECHUCA, SATURDAY, JAN. SO, 1869. In our last issue we availed ourselves of the earliest opportunity of deprecating the action taken by the police against Mr Johnson, of the Bridge Hotel. Though some persons seem to think we wero premature in offering any remarks upon the subject, we see no reason to regret the course we have adopted; and, in this respect, we make no promises of amendment in the future. Early as were our objections, they were unfortunately too late to be of any use in the case in question, but we do not entertain the least doubt that they will be remembered and acted upon the next time men may happen to misconduct themselves in any one of the best kept and most respectable hotels in the district. Could any remarks of ours have prevented the issue of the summons, we would have been but too glad to make them; but as no such chance presented itself we had only to enter a temperate, but deter mined, protest against what we had no hesita tion in looking upon as a very cru...

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CALENDAR FOIl THIS WEEK. JANUARY—FEBRUARY, PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

CALENDAR FOIl THIS "WEEK. January—february, phasks op the moon. \ Last quarter. Tuesday, 5tb, ; 4.2 p m.. ' New moon . .Wednesday, 13th, 4.33 a.m. Firstquarter. .Thursday, 21st, 10.6 a.m. Full moon ..Thursday. 28th, 11.10a.m. Apogee .. 17th, 5 a.m. Perigee .. 29th, 11 a.m. A.T ECIIUCA. Days of the Sun. Date Week. Moon. Rises. Set?. n. m. n. m. n. ii. 30 Saturday 4 13 7 14 R. 8 55 31 Sunday 4 14 7 13 9 34 1 Monday 4 15 7 12 10 9a.m. 2 Tuesday 4 17 7 11 10 45 3 Wednesday.. 4 18 7 10 11 19 4 Thursday . 4 19 7 9 11 57 5 Friday 4 20 7 8 ■ — ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

RIVERINE HERALD HIGH-STREET, B G H U € EVEltY DESCRIPTION OF Executed with WeafEsees ami BBespatfcI». Jil a slight advance on Melbourne Prices. Handbills~ Delivery Books Programmes Receipt Books - Billheads Order Books Circulars Customs'Forms Business Cards Shipping Forms Address do t • , Catalogues • W>: © H,''B °f all kinds* Eifvery &am£ StfitMes. lOl&SiOO-ES SIOTBI HOESS BAZAAR and •; WILL I A M GIB S O N. Biiggie^Vv.§ii(|^e Morses; <$€./" Always on hand andready Jor Hire, ■»;> ,162 Friend-au'd-Hand^HoM,1" Hare Street,,' Ecliiica.' .' SAMUEL HOLMES begs to announce that he has -opened- .thei^^QV.e,- .Hotel -^(premises lately in the oeoupdtio'n'.of .Messrs Arnoa and Co:)' with an assortmeut of-tho Beet Wines, Spirits; and Ales. Travellers and others will find the.best;neeom mo4ation, and he trusts to receiveiar.share of patronage. • J ' .' x w y 37. Samuel.-HoEfMES, 755 " 'i Proprietor. ■-TOwtclsV •V J. SALOMON, Opposite the Government Wharf, | ECH...

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