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STOCK REPORTS, etc. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 1 September 1869
STOCK REPORTS, etc. Riverine Herald Office^ Tuesday Evening. Ttte following mobs of stock have crossed sincc our last issue:—August 28—10 head of fnt cattle, Moore, Aratula: 1114 fat sheep, Boyd, Murrumbidgee; 912fat sheep, Wolseley, Gibbs and Co., Cobran. SOtU—1100 fat sheep. Peterson, Tubbo; 3285 fat sheep, from Moss- ] giel; 1400 fat 6heep, Campbell and Co., Murrumbidgee; lCOD fat sheep, Severne, Murrumbidgee. j A break in the weather occurred on Monday, when a few smart showers fell, but not sufficient to do much good, and the rain has now cleared away. We hear that shearing will commence at Mr Nash'* station, TuTura barry, to-morrow; and at Wyuna on the 16th instant. Messrs Leonard and Symington's boiling-down estab lishment is now ready for operations for the season, which will be commenccd in a day or two with 5700 sheep. Others are shortly expected. Shearing has com menced at Murray Downs, and is well advanced at Bael Bael. The grass on the frontages on the lower river is ge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
Wantcfl. THE SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY (FIRE.) Established 1855. WANTED Agents for receiving proposals in Country IMstriots. First-class references aB to character, position, and experience, indis pensable. W. H. JARRRIT, Agent. 78 Collins-street West, Melbourne, 2nd September, 1869. 574 To let. mo LET, on bnildinz lease. Allotment of Land ■L nc-xt Bank of Victoria. Apply ai the Bank. 440 TO LET, the Large . Hriok Store at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 mo LET, the Friend-in-Hand Hotel, corner L of Hare and AnBtrnther Streets. Apply to Mrs Callaehan. 469 COTTAGES to LET, furnished or uufurnished Apply John Lahey, Harp and Shamrock Hotel. 481 For Male. FOR SALK, 180 VVool Bales, Apply office of this paper. 584 To Breeders, Squatters, Racing Men, Stable keepers, Farmers, Speculators, and Others. TAMES SHACK ELL and CO. ore instructed to J Sell by Private Contraot, the celebrated Thoroughbred Entire HnrBe THE SWELL. The Swell was by Fisherman, out of Coq...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
f M PO U N d r N o s.. ECHUCA. Impounded on the 18th August; trespass, 6d Urown mare, short switch tail, shod, off hind coronet "" white, F near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 22nd September, 1869. iHE Entire Thoroughbred Horse " P015T," will Stand this season at Pericootta station. GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkeeper. TliC SftHl, 537 Mrerj" ais«5 S5»i4 Stafolcs. • BRIDGE HOTEL JUL O R S E BAZAAR ■ A1CI* : LIVERY STABLES, ECBUCA, ' ' . bt . WILLI A M GIBS O N. BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES, &c., A imay 'si on hand and ready Jor Hire, . 162 Btisiness Notices. J OH N F E R G U S O N, SADDLER, &o», High-street, Echuca. 128 -yy I L L 1 A M F E R 0 U S 0 N SADDLE AND/ HARNESS MAKER,. DARLING-STREET, Near Noah's Ark Stables. . Country orders promptly attended to. Repairs expeditiously executed.;139 D. J. CO G HILL, ^DECEIVING and FORWARDING AGENT, Stock, Station, and, Commission Agent, Office—Opposite Goods Sheds. Mr D. J. Coghill is prepared to cover any wo...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, Sept. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, Sept. 3. Jno Murray Qwnari guage; is yit ism aoovo cue i Bummer level. j [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] | The Murray. Albury .. ft in above summer level. VPahgunyah .. 2ft 9in „ „ Swan Hill . . 7ft 2in ,, ,, Euston . . lift Sin - ,. >> The Hurrumbidgee. Balranald .. 7ft Oin above summer level. Wagga Wagga. 2ft 9in „ ij Hay . . . . 3ft lOin „ „ Gunilagai . . ft in „ ,, No other reports were obtainable last evening. [
LAND AT ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
LAND AT ECHUCA. No doubt Bchuca bns seen tbe worst of its days, if we may judge from the priceB realised for land at a sale held by Messrs Shackell and Co. at the Commercial Hotel, on Wednesday last. There were two lots in the town of Ecbuca offered, viz., allotment. 3 of section 9, having a frontage of 66 feet to High-street, which found a ready purchaser in Mr George Redman for £235 ; and allotment 7 of same section, having 66 feet frontage to Hare street, was purchased by Mr Charles Ward for £120. After tbe close of the sale, we were informed that both of the above pur chasers were prepared to have given a con siderable advance on tbe price at which these lots were knocked down. The Moama allot ments were not so eagerly sought after at the sale, but we are informed by Messrs Shackell and Co. that they have had several private offers for the Moama lots since the sale. The sale of allotments with frontages to the Park, advertised by Messrs Shackell and Co., will doubtless find read...
ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
ECITUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tlie ordinary fortnightly meeting' of the Council was held on "Wednesday evening last. Present—The Mayor, and Crs Hansen, | Hayes, Nolan, Nield, Taylor and Weaver, i Gr Hansen was introduced by the Mayor as a new member. The minutes of the pre vious meeting were read and confirmed. The minutes of a meeting of the committee to which the question of the drainage of Hop wood-street had been referred were also read. A minute to the effect that the Court House had been formally handed over to the Police Magistrate by the Council, in pursuance of instructions received from the hon. the Minister of Justice was read. In the absence of the Town Clerk, Mr P. Landy officiated in that capacity. The papers relating to the leave of absence given to Cr Mitchell which had been called for by Cr Taylor were laid on the table. It appeared from these that Cr Mitchell hnd first applied for leave on the 22nd December, 1868, and that on the 6th Jan., 18G9, unlimited leave of absen...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BOROUGH DRAINAGE. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BOROUGH DRAINAGE. (To the Editor of the. Riverine Herald,") Sir,—Do you evor take a walk towards the south end of the township; if so, I would call your attention to the neglected state of the drains or water-courses along High-street, Hare and Darling-streets. The Borough Council have been appealed to more than once regarding the matter, but to no effect. If our worthy town clerk would only supply that active and intelligent body—the Borough Council—with half-a-dozen brooms and long handled shovels, they could work a few hours in the forenoon repairing th3 drains. Their services thus employed would be far more appreciated than all their motions at the Council board. Sir, we must have a little more fresh blood to work out the old screws. SOUTH-WESTER. Echuca, 2nd September, 1869.
The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, 1869, [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
C|t ptame pcrali ECHUCA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, 1869, Several matters of some importance were brought under the consideration of the Council at its last meeting'. There was, first, the question as to whether Or Mitchell legally holds his seat; and it was one which the Council did not and could not decide. The majority simply asserted n belief that un limited leave of absence could be given to a member. That was their reading of the Act, which, however, Cr Hansen, who took a leading part in the discussion, was not pre pared to deny might be a misinterpietation Suppose, for the sake of argument, that it is a misinterpretation. Then, whoso fault would it be that Cr Mitchell had absented himself ? Certainly, it would not ba fair to say that he had done wrong in acting on the unanimous decision of the Council. Here is a question of law which the Council holds still that it took a correct view of, although there may be a doubt about it, and yet the members say the responsibility rests entirel...
THE MASONIC CONCERT: [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
THE MASONIC CONCERT: The concert given by the Freemasons of Echuca in aid of the building fund of their new ball, came off on Thursday evening. The hall was well filled, and there were a large number of ladies among the audience. The arrangements as to seats were excellent, and the building was tastefully decorated with banners. In addition to the harmonium of the lodsre, the musical instruments were a splendid piano, kindly lent by Mr Shackell, and Mr Morgan's magnificent and favorite harp. Although intended in the first instance that the entertainment should be strictly a concert, the committee found, from their in ability to secure the assistance of some vocal ists on whom they had reckoned, that it would be advisable to to admit of some recitations and readings, and this was moro especially decided on, as Mr Ellis, of Sandhurst, had, with his usual kindness, promptly responded to an invitation to be present. The enter tainment was commenced by the reading of a prologue by Mr Hnv...
SHIPPING. EHCHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
sH-rppi^G..^,,. . : rr.i) V/ HCH XJC'A.1 ARRIVALS/:;; September ]—Wahgunyah, Page, rangier. from ;to cumwal, with 135 bales'of wool.' W. Jil'CulIoch 'and Co., agents. s':"'•. ' . DEPARTURES. ' •' September 2—Wabgunynh, and barge Harriett, Page, master, with cargo for the Upper Hurray. W. Jt'Cul loch and Co., agents. The Pearl will be despatched to-day for Hay, with a full cargo; The Wentwnrth will sail for Wahgunyah to-day.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
§Iitl>l»ingr. lli-. ttICTOR. HARBOR TO LONDON.— It iffllr Y The " Orient" Liner, " COONATTO," • ' ■ i 633 tonB, Al 14 years, J. N. Sham, Commander. This noted clipper will be despatched for February Wool Sales, 1st November. For terms of freight apply to JOSEPH STILLING & CO., Adelaide. To be followed by other vessels, should induce ment offer. 517 Wool, Stations, Agencies, Arc QALMAHOT 3AMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Bourke-stheet West, Melbourne. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. Forsttii & Co., do. "Wagga VVagga Do do. Dubbo 308 ^Notices. CAUTION. ANY person found trespassing on the Per ricoota or Tatalia Runs, or removing any stock therefrom, without first having given due notioe at the head station, and received permis sion from the person in charge, will be prosecutjd as the law directs. • ' ' 315 Wm, Liscomee. ' PKOSPECTUS OF THE ECBUCA meat PRESERVING COMPANY (Limited.) Nominal Capital, £10,000; in 2,000 shares of £5 each. O...
BENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 1st September. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
BENILIQUIX. Chronicle OfSne, let September. The crossings for the fkt sheep markets of Victoria continue iu great supply, upwards of 20,COO having gone by. since our last, and about the same number arere ■y.Ttcil -if- iio«- (luBf- on the tn» n. Tlitf former have been ■r.\ foiJow .August 27— 330)1 Doits', and 1701) Severn's S'.OO iJumhe'B; 31-t—"it 00 Moore'*, ami 25U0 Oirke; aivl ;4 r,t'ay'a; to-tiny-3 0" Wiley's, 2P0'i of ScoM/a;"ard *oU >0 rf lirodribbV. iifirT-r Ijns 1800 fat f;;.-. uc-cs-aMtf? ro oroRs; and there arc 7400 do.. Phelps', a . p'.r ' v: uf :'/:ich orilv will rrnpy here, »ntl a (luck of y .-.To-Say 5000 store sheep, Power aud Katb"r(bftt-s, passed, de«tin«u for Moama, having been .;■!..'.roa.'.i'j'iMt Leonard of that place. Some fat cattle » - v- through; on Sunday 80 of Parker's ; on Monday, 180 of Brennan's, nnd oil Tuesday 200 of | Paisley's. On Sunday also 300 of Phelps' passed up tho | river. There Das been but little rain in the neighbour hood, and the weath...
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. Tne following mobs of stock bare crossed sincc our last issue:—September 2—18G0 fat sheep, Severne, Mnrrumbidgee; 109 fat cattle, Parker, Murrumbidgee; 200 fat cattle, Sparrow. Murrumbidgee; 180 fat cattle, Paisley, Murrumbidge; 185 fat cattle, P. Brenan, Mur rumbidgee* 2400 mixed sheep, belonging to Messrs West Brothers, of Omab, Lnchlan river, passed Wasga a few days since fcr Echuca, by way of Urana. 20C0 mixed store sheep, belonging to Mr Connelly, from Ctrcoar, have arrived ntWaega for 6ale. Also, 1000 fat shcrp, Beveridge, from Wantabadgerv for Melbourne; 800 N. P. Bayly's rams, in charge of Mr Lindon, from Mudgee to Mr John Bow's station, Toganmain. This is tbe fourth or fifth lot of first-class rams introduced into the Murrumbidgee district during the last few months. The weather con tinues dry in this neighborhood, as it does also i» the Riverine districts generally. The grass is looking very much the worse ...
HAY. September 1st, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 September 1869
HAY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) September 1st, 1869. Township still very quiet. No more steamers arrived or gone down. The Kelpie is expected to-night. The accident that &nbsp; happened to the Alfred on her trip up is fast being repaired, the iron work having arrived by to-day's coach. Captain Mack is sanguine as to his being able to start up river on Friday. At the Police Court on Tuesday, the 31st August, before Captain Browne, P.M., W. &nbsp; L. Smith, storekeeper, was summoned for committing an assault on a female servant in his employ. The evidence of the prosecutrix was very trifling, and her expressions drew a well deserved censure from the Bench. As, however, the defendant admitted he had threatened to kick her out of the house, the Bench found him guilty, and fined him £1, with costs of Court. How about our hospital? Every trades- &nbsp; man is owed money by the committee, and are month after month told to await the pleasure of a clique who are al...
IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
IMPORTANT DECISION. The following important decision, which was given in the Supreme Conrt on Thursday, will be found of interest to all local corporate bodies :— The Queen v. Bonfield—The Chief Justice. Rule nisi calling upon Ebenezer Bonfield to shew cause why an information in the nature of a quo warranto should not be exhibited against him for exercising the office of clerk of the Eeilor District Road Board, on the ground that George Robert Ely was removed and the said Ebenezer Bonfield appointed each at ordinary meetings of the road board. It was not disputed that Bon field, who was Ely's successor, had been ap pointed at an ordinary meeting, and according to the affidavits on whieh the rnle nisi was obtained the nature of the meeting at which Ely's original appointment had bean made did not appear—it wbs merely described as one held on the 21st November, 1SG3. But according to the answering affidavits the chairman of the bonrd had been elected at the same meeting, and it was t...
THE LATE FOUNDER OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
THE LATE FOUNDER OF VICTORIA. Mr John Pascoe Fawkner, who died on Saturday last at the gocd old age of seventy sis, will be buried to-day in the Melbourne General Cemetery. After a long, chequered, I and active career, this excellent, enterprising', and venerable colonist will be consigned to hiB | last eartbly resting place. Every one is 1 familiar with the story of his life—how he arrived, a mere boy, with his parents in Tas mania, and by the force of his own abilities and perseverance worked himself from the position of a sawyer's apprentice, to that of a leading citizen, and how, in the year 1835, he crossed with a small party from Tasmania, and formed a settlement on the banks of the Yarra, and thus founded the City of Mel bourne. We need not go back to the days of Batman, Gellibrand, nnd Buckley. Among the early settlers Mr Fawkner took a foremost position, and led tha van of civilization. While others were for the most part intent solely on advuncing their own pi-reonal in ;e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
ECHUCA. Impounded on the 18th August; trespass! 6p :— Brown mare, short switch tail, shod, off hind coronet . •whitej'F near shoulder. - ! If not claimed-and expenses paid, will be sold on 22nd September, 1869. - j f , " GEORGE JAMIESON, Poandkeeper; -j . Hollotvay's Ointment axi> Pills.—Abscesses, . Erysipelas, Piles.'—Unvarying success attends all who •' " ■ ' treat these diseases according to the- simple printed di rections wrapped round each pot and box of Holloway's ,, medicaments. They are invaluable to the young and ; ' timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trilling ex pence, will 'enable tho most diffident to conduct any case to a hapny issue without exposing secret infirmities •• - to anyone.- The ointment arrests the spreading inflama-; tion, retrains the excited vessels, cools the overheated " ' skin, alleviates throbbing and smarting pains, and gives great cess. The printed directions for the use of the _ Oin...