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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
To JLct. TO LET, the Large Brick Store at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 rpo LET, the Friend-in-Hand. Hotel, corner JL of Hare and Anatruther Streets. Apply to Mrs Callaghan. 469 COTTAGES to LET, furnished or unfurnished Apply John Lahey, Harp and Sbamr'ook Hotel. 481 For Male* FOE SALE, 180 Wool Bales. Apply offioi! o this paper. 534 To Breeders, Sqnatters, Raoing Men, Stable keepers, Farmers, Speculators, and Others. JAMES 8HACKELL and CO. are instructed to Sell by Private Contraot, the oelebrated Thoroughbred Entire Horse - THE SWELL. The Swell w;is by Fisherman, oat of Coquette, by Launcelot, and sold when a colt to Mr Shee for 480 guineas. N.B.—For partioulnrs apply to R. J. Glass, Wharparilla station; or, J. SHACKELL & CO., 498 Eohuoi. FOR SALE, By Private Contract, the Thoroughbred Bloodf ITorso, "FLEMINGTON." TAMES SHACKELL and CO. have reoeived ') inetruotiona to Sell by Private Contract', that well-known Thoroughbred Entire "FLEMING...
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 3rd September. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 3rd September. At Deniliqtrin the weather ia fine. Shearing: is be | coming general—rain is wanted, and so are Btnre cattle. : Store thcpp are not in demand, owing to the dryness of the weather 'ihe following fat cattle eroded during the week: 20"), Pasley's: 186, Rrennan's; 110, Parker's; and 30 Phelp's. gone by Tocumwal. The following fat sheep crossed: — Sunday- 300 \ Combos. Tuesdav-2000 6heep, Moore s; 2500, Clark and Mnclety'a. Wednes day- 5U0U stores, Powers and Rutherford'*; 3000 fat, Bailey's; 220!', Hope and Scott's; 3000, Brodribb's. Thursday—1800, Peppin's; 2400, Toganmain; 3700, Phelp'e. gonn up to f'orn.uwal; 18^0, Officer's; 2 00, M'Farlund's; 35U0. PhcipX expucted tocros* on Sunday ; 6J00, Jenmng's (Ryan and Hammond, agents); 200 fat cattle passed on Thursday, M'Kay's (Ryan and Ham mond, agents.) Weather cloudy "and threatening rain. lTbe Tegnnwnin sheep complete *20,000 fat sheep for r warded to Melbourne during this season; and, t...
BORDER INDUSTRIES. HOPWOOD'S VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
BORDER INDUSTRIES. hopwood's vineyard. Tbe late Mr Hopwood was the first to commence the cultivation of the vine in this district. It was in 1859, we believe, that he began planting. He first laid out about five acres, but eventually increased his vineyard to about ten. Although he prided himself a good deal on the quality of his vines, and took much interest in their culture, he never re garded their produce as a source of immpdiate profit, but devoted his attention in his leisure hours to them as to a favorite hobby. He used to remark that they would bring in a good income some day or other; but he was in no hurry to force a large return. He applied himself, however, with great assiduity to wine making, and succeeded in producing some excellent descriptions. A commodious building for tbe purpose was erected by him, to which was attached a very fine and roomy cellar. His wine grapes were selected with great care, and the varieties are—of white grapes, chiefly Pedro Ximenes; of blac...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, Sept. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
STATE OP TFIB RIVERS. ECHCCA. Tuesday Evening, Sept. 7. The Murray (wharf gunge) ib 7ft 3in above the Bummer level. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Tnp. Murray. Albury .. ft in above summer level. Wahgunyah .. 2ft loin „ „ Swan Hill ..' 6ft 6in „ „ Euston .. 10ft Cin „ „ The Muhrumbidoee. Bnlrannld .. 6ft 6in above summer level; Wagga Wagga. 2ft lOin „ „ H ay .. . . 3ft in „ „ Gundagai . . 2ft in „ „ No other reports were obtainable last evening.
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. At the Ecliuca police court on Monday a slaughtering license was gran'ed to Messrs Leonard and Symington. Yesterday, tbe adjourned case of Mary M'Namara against William Riley, for abusive language wf.s settled out of court. Henry Luxford ap peared to answer the charge of having: built a bridge over the Campaspe, without being in possession of an occupation license. The bridge was ordered to be removed within fourteen days. The same defendant was also jharged with having a tent in the neighbor hood of Messrs Leonard and Symington's boiling-down establishment, without an occu pation license. Defendant proved that he had » license and "the case was dismissed. The Police Magistrate presided on both days.
" INKY'S" WAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
"INItY'S" WAIL. Sinne the Municipal elections we have destroyed all "Inky IrapyV poetio effusions, at which he has taken sore offence, as appears from the fol lowing lines which we found caref&lly laid on our table yesterday morning (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) There was never a devil bo badly used. There was never a devil bo bowed with woes; All my rhymes for a month have been flatly refused, Because they're so dev'lish good I suppose— If a fellow's a devil, lie can't help that—> Suro he chould'nt be blamed for his father's Bins; You're driving ine nearly to whipping the cat, Because I and my brother wero'ut angels' twins. For were I an angel, you'd spare me the room To publish the beautiful ode I made On the clear flowing stream, and the rich perfume 'Neath the Star we behold on tbc Esplanade. Were I a respectable angel's child, Instead of the dcvilrkin imp 1 am, I'm sure }'Ou'd havo printed my 6tanzas wild On the dismal fate of poor Hansen's dam. It's due to...
The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
£OSaCA1 WEDNESDAY, SEJPT. 8, 1869. " Times are bad," they say. Month follows month, and year succeeds year, and still the cry is " times are bad." It is a pity to be sure that the lane hedged in with evil things should be so long. Is there no ending to it— no turning from it into a broad and clear and thornless highway 1 Are we doomed to trudge wearily along it for all time—never issuing clear of the obstructive briars, never getting over the gibbous stones, never es caping from a miserable and mortifying pil grimage ? Why, what a fate is ours else! Have we come sixteen thousand miles in the expectation of luxuriating in the floods of milk and honey of a second Canaan—to be thrown into the sloughs of the plagues of Egypt ? What black lie hid from our know ledge the barrenness of this antipodean land ? Have we awakened from a dream of bright prolific ftelds, to find ourselves in the midst of a dark unyielding wilderness ? What arch magician's wand has changed the promised blessings o...
SWAN HILL. 1st September. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
SWAN HILL. [from the puntman.] 1st September. Since my last we have been favored with hot winds, and cold winds, and winds boister ous enough to blow the hair off one's head. We have most of us been taught to repeat like a parrot. "It is an ill wind that blows nobody good." But I have failed to observe who could be benefited by any of the speci mens we have lately had 1 understand the Lake Boga Fish and Game Preserving Com pany have fixed themselves temporarily on Piangbill run, where they expect to succeed very well for a time in the matter of fish pre serving. I have no shares in said company— more's the pity, perhaps—but nevertheless and notwithstanding I take considerable interest in its progress; in fact, I would like to see all the shareholders make fortunes sufficiently massive to enable them to t;:ke a trip to the old country, and perform the grand tour, and so I would strongly recommend them to extend their operations by adding another stiing to their bow—I mean meat preser...
LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 7th Sept., 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
LATEST TELEGRAM. (FECIT ODE OWN CORRESroKDENT.) Melbourne, ?th Sept., 1869. Mr Grant resigned this morning, but the Ministry induced him to withdraw his resig nation. Mr M'CuIloch is improving in health. Mr Grant made a personal explanation in tbe Assembly this afternoon relative to a para graph which appeared this morning in tbe Daily Telegraph. He said the report had arisen through a misappiehension. The words used were never meant in the sense in which they had been taken. Mr Sullivan moved an adjournment of the House till Thursday in respect to Mr Fawkner. An amendment to the effect that the adjournment should take place on Wednesday was lost, and the motion was carried by thirty to twenty nine. Fairlam has published an advertisement denying a felonious assault on him by Father Niall.
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. The Adelaide brought from Bamah 73,000 feet of sawn timber, and 18,''00 yesterday. Sho met. the Wentworth yesterday morning about ten o'clock, a short distance above the Goulburn, all well. ARRIVALS. Nil. DEPARTURES. Sept. 4,—Pearl and barge Symmetry, Randall master, : for Hay, with 50 tons of general cargo. F. Hogarth, agent. . Si'pt. 4. — Wentworth and barge Mrnindie, G. Dtrwerd master, for Wahsunyah, with 100 tons of general cargo Wm. M'Culloeh and Co., agents. i Pept. 5. Waradgpry, F. F.'.ord mai-ter, for Wahgun yah, with 60 tons of general cargo. Jno. Orr, agent. The Riverina and harje I.schhn left Hay on the 3rd inst., with a full cargo of wool Captain Bowers reports the river very low, nnd difficult to navigate. The Kelpie lefr Hay on Monday with a quantity of wool. The Alfred is londing wool at Grooneal, and the jrurrumhidgpe at Cuba; both boats are waiting a riBe in the Murrumbidgee to enable them to get down with safety. The Wagga Wagga Company's steamer ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
Sliipjiins:. : .TTICTOR HARBOR TO. LONDON.— tSfcay? Y The " Orient". Liner, ..! i« ■ "COOfrATTO,"-, . 633 tons, Al 14 years, J. N, Shaht, Commander. This noted clipper will be despatched for February iWobl.Salos, 1st November. . For terms of freight-apply to . JOSEPH STILLING &■ CO., Adelaide. To be followed by other veEsela, should indooe ■ merit offer. '"ei7 Wool, stations, Agencies; Ac JQ ALMA HOY CAMPBELL & CO. :■ Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 : Bouuke-street West, Melbodene. ' ; James mann, representative nt Deniliquin. G. Fonsrrii & Co., do. Wapga ,\Vagga ■To. . do. Dubbo ' ■, . . 306 Woticeg. public notice.. A* REPORT having been industriously circulated reflecting on the ('REDIC of a leading WOOL BROKING FIRM, we beg to state that, should run our have connected cur name with the said .report, we hereby contradict it, and we heg to inform the holders of our acceptances tliat we , are prepared to take up the Fame under rebate of discount at current rate...
SANDHURST. Tuesday, 7th September, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
SANDHURST. (From Ode Own Correspondent.) Tuesday, 7th September, 1869. I 392 cattle—fall in the market from 20a to 90s; 25 | calves—verr good» ?8a 6d; 6393 sheep; 784 lambs. Cattle—105t Capet's (Go»rt, middling—buttocks £5 Ion 3d, cows £4 13s 3d, 19, Brennan'n (Billabong), pi 'P-nmat; 501, Williamson's (Ynn&a), middling, £6 4i; 48, Parley's (Murrumhidgee), culls, £417s j 24, Parker's (Billubong), culls, £5 19s.
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 September 1869
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evenine. Tne following mobs of stock have crossed 6inco our Inst issue: —September 6—51 horses, Bowman; 3500 fat sbpep, Gil^wks: *2S3 head of fut cattle, Robertson and Wagner, Pel ri,,f)0lta; 1801 fut sheep, Spicer, Billa bong. 7th-25C.0 fat. i-heep Kprarburv; 200-> fat sheep, Moore and Barber,; £200 fat sheep, Seott and Hope; 3400 fat shceD, Brodribo, Lachlan. We hear that there is some talk of a boiling down e tablishment being formed on the Lower Hurray, some where ni ar the junction of the Darling, on the Victoria Eirie. Bad accounts of the state of the grass, and of the general condition of the country from the want of rain, Bre received from the Lower Murray. About 50,000 eheep are expected to cross at Hay. In the Dubbo dis trict it iB reported tint the season continues to be pro pitious, and advices from the Northern rfiBtrictB are generally of a favorable character. The w .nt of rain, however, is beginning to be f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 September 1869
Somebody, who writes more truth fally than poetioftlly, says, "An angel without money is not thought so muoh of uow-a-daya as a devil with a bagfull of guineas." JJEGSAB woman—"Please air give me a penny, to keep me from starving?" Gent—" Can't stop, in a gnat hurry; I've got to make a speeoh at the Sotiety for the Relief of the Destitute." Wanted WANTED by a respeotable person, Situation as Housemaid, or General Servant in a small faniily. Address " Minnie," office of this paper. 2 To let. TO LET, the Large Briok Store at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 rno LET, the Friend-in-Hand Hotel, oorner JL of Hare and Anstruther Streets, Apply to Mrs Callaehan. 469 for Sale, To Breeders, Squatters, Raoing Men, Stable keepers, Farmers, Speculators, and Others. JAMES RHACKELL and CO, are instrnoted to Sell by Private Contraot, the celebrated Thoroughbred Entire Horse The swell. The Swell Was by Fishetman, out of Coquette, by Lanficelot, and sold when a oolt to ...
PARLIAMENT OP VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 September 1869
PARLIAMENT OP VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, on the motion of Mr M'Crae, the House ad journed until Thursday as a mark of respect to the memory of the late Hon. J. P. Fawkner. On Thursday a number of petitions from various local bpdies were presented in favor of the passing of the Local Government Bill, j His Excellency the Governor attended and gave his assent to the County Courts Law Amendment and Consolidation Act. The Pastoral Tenants' Petition, subscribed by 37,190 persons of every class, was presented by Mr A'Beckatt The Aboriginal Natives Protection Bill was read a third time and passed. The report of the Select Committee ;— -i— tj;n mas aaopceu. ine bill was read a second time and committed proJorrha, the Committee obtaining leave to sit again on Tuesday. Mr M'Crae stated that the Land Bill would be read a second time on Tues day. The House adjourned until Thursday next. The Legislative Assembly adjourned on Tuesday until the following day. A quorum not bei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 September 1869
::•• IMPODNDINGS. ECHUCA.'j Impounded on-the 18th August; .trespass, pd.:—. , . Brown mare,v short switch tail," shod,' off hind coronet white,,F.near shoulder. . , If not claimed "and expenses'paid, will be sold on 22nd September, 1869. •••"in ' GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkeeper. , . dove 1'iiment Advertisements. • ■&, - #fM| ' NOTICE TO LESSEES OF CROWN LAKDS. IT ia hereby notified, for the information'of Lessees holding Crown Lands under seotion 12 of The Amending Land Act, i860, whose rents became doe on or before the 31st August last, thati'unless the said rents are immediately paid, theleaflcoofacch lands will be declared forfeited, and the allotments re-ptoolaimed open for leasing forthwith. ' ' J; M. Gka>"t, Comtniotiuner of Crown Lands and Survey. , Lands and Survey Office, Melbourne, 2nd September, 1S69. 582 rlTl»c Stml. ■ THE Entire Thoroughbred Horse " POET," will Stand tbia season at Perieootta station. 537 Business Notices. RA 2 L W.A y STORE., .. HI L L'E -R' &g...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 September 1869
It is stated'in: the'Tam wort') Examiner that a young man, who ha6 been fur some lime a reei dent of Armidale, bad been; engaged for a length of time'to be married to the daughter of a 'respectable resident ■ of the Northern city. The yoang lady is said to possess rare personal oharms and accomplishments, and many persons looked-upon the match as very suitable in every respect, Accordingly, in thu natural course of Buch eventB, pre-arations were made for the wed ding, which was to have taken place on Saturday last. The church where the interesting ceremony was to have been performed was beautifully deco rated (or the occasion—the ring bought—the cake made—the bridesmaids (five in number) and " best mac " duly summoned. When all was in readiness the bridegroom was anxiously waited for, but he did not appear, and, on going to his abode,, it was ascertained that he had left for Sydney by the.c:ach at 11 o'clock on Saturday night. We need not attempt to record the dis appointment and di...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, Sept. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 September 1869
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. . Friday Evening, Sept. .10. , The Murray (whart guage) le vie nil aDovo cno summer level. [BY ELECTKIC TELEGKAPH.] The Murray. Albury .. ft in above summer level. Wabgunyah . . 2ft 2in „ ,, Swan Hill . . Cft 3in „ „ Euston ' 10ft ein' „ „• - ■ • The Murrumhidoee. Balranald .. Sft Cin above summer level; Wagga Waggn . ' Sft lOin „ „ Hay . . . . 3ft in „ „ Gundagai . . 2ft in „ „ No other reportB were obtainable last evening.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WOOLBROKERS, AGENTS. &c. &c. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 September 1869
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WOOLBROKERS. AGENTS. &c. &c. \ (2o the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—INow that another wool season has come round, I beg to offer a suggestion, which I am surprised has not lotig ere now been ventilated in the Australian journals, viz, the reduction of woolbrokers' charges This is the age of reduction—unfortunately 1 so—public or private, everywhere there is reduction; but as yet the brokers' charges are in statu quo. Now, nothing can be more unreasonable than this, considering that wool has arrived at half its original, or former value. The charge (which ought to be re duced in the same ratio as wool value) is that for receiving and storing. This charge falls heaviest on those who do not wash, as all wools are taxed alike—^ of a penny per lb. Now, for a 4 cwt. bale of wool you will find, Mr Editor, the sum of 5s, or very near it, has to be paid. Then, when the expenses of sale, and 5s each for repacking show bales come to be paid, a v...