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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. On Saturday last, before the Police Magis trate (Mr Langford), Mary, Margaret, and Patrick Lawley—the children of Mary Lnwley who was sentenced to a month in Sandhurst gaol on the previous day for disorderly con duct, were brought up as neglected children, and were remanded to the 12th instant. The following enses were disposed of:—John I Cashin v P. Desoser, 18s 2d, for goods sold. An order was made for payment of the amount, with 2s 6d costs, or distress. John Clarke was brought up on n charge of neglect of duty as the hired servant of Hugh Lynch. He was remanded until the 13th instant. On Monday, before the Mayor and Dr Crossen, •John Clarke was again brought up, charged with getting drunk and losing a team of bullocks that were in bis charge, and sentenced to one month's imprisonment in Sandhurst gaol. James Corbett, charged with vagrancy, was sentenced to one month's imprisonment. Margaret and Mary Lawley, remanded from the 11th instant, were again brought ...
INKY'S GNOME. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
INKY'S GNOME. We make no apology for offering the fol lowing verses to our readers, from the pen of our devil, Inky Tmpy. The following lines will, I hope be read By the whole of my friends and neighbors. They tell how I met with a phantom dread Very lately at night, and the words he said, As I hied me home to my lowly bed, To rest from my daily labors. I was walking along on my lonely road, That's the path that I travel nightly Away through toe swamp, to my poor abode Near the Patent Slip. And I slowly strode, To list to the stream, as it murmuring flowed, And the trees, as they whispered lightly. The night was still, and the breezes light Swooped not to the river's level; And the ohandeliers of eternal height Were glittering, glistening, glancing bright On the leaves, that trembled between their light And the eyes of the gazing devil. A distant clock—I could count each stroke— Chimed noon of the night out clearly; And as the silence oalm it broke, The birds in the lolty trees aw^k...
The Riverine Herald EGHUCA, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
EGHUCAj WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 18G9. In anticipation of the removal of Mr Lang ford from this district, we are told that the Government have written to the Borough Council of Echuca, asking' that body to tr.ke charge of the local land office. The matter will, we presume, be brought under the consideration of the Council this evening. There ought to be no hesitation in the man ner of dealing with it. In accepting the pro posal, the Council will at once admit that they have not sufficient employment for the Town Clerk, and there are not a few rate payers who already think that a less ex pensive officer would perform all the duties required of him. But if it be admitted that his salary is only a fair one (which can scarcely be done if his leisure is such as to permit of his doing the work of the Land Office) it cannot for a moment be supposed that the burgesses will submit to be taxed for the payment of the performance of duties which devolve on the Lands Department. It is all very well ...
LAKE COROP. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
LAKE COROP. The early crops in this district are looking remarkably well, but require rain. The water in Lake Cooper is very low, and already quite unfit for use. Unless an extraordinary rain fall takes place, it is thought the lake will be dry in the course of the next two months. J-'be dams and waterholcs throughout the area ire bIbo failing, and the residents will be very badly off for water in a short time. A good spell of wet weather is, therefore, anxiously desired by them. 1 he people of Corop have a great grievance in the removal of the polling-place from .their township to Runnymede. The Waranga Shire Council, at a late sitting, p&sged n resolution affirming the necessity of reBtorir.jr the polling place to Corop. A petition bss heen got up bv the inhabitants, praying t!mt justice may be done them in this respect; and it is to be toped it will receive due consideration. •
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
IMPODNDINGS ECfftTCA. Impounded on the 18th August; trespass, 6d Brov/n 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. Impounded 8th September; trespass, 6d. Strawberry bullock, cook horns, slit off ear, qM off rump, 2 near rump. Impounded 9th September; trespass Is Gi each. Twelve head of calveB, steers jand heifers, hole in off ear, D near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 13th October, 1869. GEORGE JASUESON, Poundkeeper. Holt.oway's Ointment and Pills. — Abscesses, Erysipelas, Piles.—Unvarying success attends all who treat these diseases Recording to the simple printed di rections wrapped round each pot and box of Holloway's medicaments. They arc invaluable to the young and timid, whoso bashfulticss sometimes endangers life. A little attention, n:od--»:.te perseverance, and trifling ex pense, will enable the most diffident to conduct any case to a happy issui: wi...
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
8 H I P.'PjJW i/ ecu xr. c v ARTUVAL.V . - x ^ J? \ 11—Jane '.Eliza ana :.nnrge w nngararia, Dsnks, master, from Coroiva with 20 tone of wine. John Orr, agent. DEPARTURES. September -14—Jane. Eliza- and..barge, Wangaratta,. Banks, master, for WabgunyaU. with ,70 tons cargo. John Orr, aScnt.'! . ..'i ■ • Iliverina is expected early to-day fromHaywith "a large cargo of wool. Steamers . Victoria, Murrumfcidgee and Alfred are above Hay, and Pearl at Corowa, all laid up waiting a rise. Corowa and CuTibcroona still, stuck, former between here and Wahgunyah, latter between Albury and Wahgunyah.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
Shipping-. -tt-ICTOR HARBOR TO LONDON ffifczyy Y The " Orient" Liner, "CO O NA TTO," '633 tons, Al 14 years, J. N. Smart, Commander. This noted olipper 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, As-encles, tVc jQALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Bourke-street West, Melbourne. James Mann, representative at Deniliqain. (J. Forsyth & Co., do. Wagga Wagga Do do. Dubbo 308 Advances on Station Pboperties. T HE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On Squatting Properties In Victoria and New South Wales. Bright Brothers & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne, 519 Notices. CAUTION. ANY person found trespassing on the Per riooota or Tatal...
SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 14th September, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
SANDHURST. (From Oor Own Coiuiesi-ondent.) Tuesday, 14th September, 1869. *8t» Ualtle yarded; 8S good stores unsold. 34 oalveB, good prices. 7233 sheep—a few shorn ewes at 3a; 2500 old ewes in fleece at 2a; 748 lambs, many very small. Cattle—156, Brennan's (Billibong), all cows—good and middling, £5 13a(id; 72, Glass's (Murrurabidgee), fulls, £4 13s 6d; 54, Williamson's (Yanga), balance .unsold^ coarse and plain.
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 September 1869
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. | Tne following mobs of stock have crossed sineo our last issue: —September 11th—3300 fat sheep, Lnndale. 13th—2300 fat sheep from Columbo Btation; 1800 fat sheep, Zara station ; 1200 fat sheep, Jenkins, Murrum bidgee. 14th—2300 fat sheep, Peters, Tubbo; 3000 fat sheep, Learmonth. Murrumbidgee. Heavy Bnow storms have taken place about the heads of the rivers, and on the Upper Murrumbidgee and in the neighborhood of Yuss there has been a slight down fall of rain, On.the Lower Murrumbidgee rain is badly wanted; the country, it is said, requires a regular soaking, and if rain does not come before the Betting in of the hot weather, feed will certainly be scarce, and a trying season may as certainly bo looked for. Some slight showers of rain and snow havo fallen in the Monaroo district, but the'frosts have been unusually severe, and the grass has been kept back in consequence. From the North we hear that the feed is begi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
The Geelong Advertiser, in speaking of the. •vi."r"8drantag68'to"1ie oMained by the establishment of a meat preserving company in that Town, says:—"The establishment of another branch of manufacture—for bo it may be termed—would " : add further to the prosperity of the town, and direct men's thoughts into the practical channel of establishing on as wide a basis as possible tho manufacturing interests of the districts. We are .. not without evidence of what can be done in this direction by energy of character and judicious investment. The example to worthily and suc cessfully set in the case of the woollen macnfac : tiire, should be promptly followed in the initiation of the meat" preserving industry, A oertain advance has been made in the project, and . ■ probably another final effort to float the company •would [trove successful. The object to be gained is sufficiently important to justify every exertion to secure eucBfS9. On this, as on all other matters, ; the earliest efforts se...
LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
LECTURE. A lecture, the second of a series, was delivered by tha Rev. A. Mackie on Thurs day evening, in the Common School-bowe, on Electricity and Magnetism. The lecture was of o highly interesting description, and was listened to with deep attention tlnongh , out. A cordial votn of thanks was given to i the Rev. lecturer at its close.
DIRECTIONS FOR BRANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
DIRECTIONS FQR BRANDING. Stockowners in N. S. Wales who have not made themselves acquainfed with the pro visions of the Branding Act will do well to observe the following directions:—1. If the animal has never been branded, and is a horse, brand b-im on the near shoulder; if a calf, on ! the near rump. 2nd. If a brand has alreadj been placed here, you may rebrand on the same part of the animal's body, provided the new brand be lower and not less than one j inch from that which already exists, or you may brand upon the next succeeding; portion. 3rd. If the animal has more than one brand ■ when it comes into your possession, you must i place the new brand either in accordance with ' | the rule just given, or it must be on that portion of the a;iimal which next succeeds the most advanced of these brands; and in j order to know what is the next succeeding portion, remember that the following is the order prescribed by the act. For cattle—1. The near rump, hip, and thi&lt;rh. 2. ...
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, the second reading; of the Land Bill was postponed until Wednesday next. The Scab Bill, as far as the 73rd clause, was considered in committee on Wednesday. On Thursday no business was done, the llouse rising im mediately after Mr M'Crae had intimated that the Ministry had resigned, and it adjourned till Tuesday nest. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, Mr Byrne moved, "That the selection of a gentleman, not a member of the Legislature, to fill one of the responsible offices of state, is contrary to the invariable Parliamentary practice ol this country, and a reflection on the character and capacity of members of Parliament; this House, therefore, feels bound to record its disapproval of such selec tion " After a lengthened debate which lasted until after one o'clock, the motion was carried on a division by 34 votes to 26. On Wednesday Mr Wilson, the new Minister of Railways, was introduced by the Chief Secre tary an...
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
SEIUOUS ACCIDENT. On Wednesday last Mr Wm. Gibson, of the Bridge Hotel Livery Stables, drove a buggy and pair, belonging to Mr C. H. Dawson, of Hay, to the railway for the pur pose of bringing down some servants Mr Dawson had engaged to the IJridge Hotel. In making a turn at the Victoria Terminus Hotel the trace got over one of the horses' quarters, and being very fresh he s'arted oftj and it was with some difficulty that Mr Gibson, with the assistance of a man of Mr Dawson's who was with him, succeeded in pulling the horses up, as they bolted down Percy-street in the direction of Echuca. Having got them in hand they began to kick, and smashed the 6plash-boird, and one of the bitts unfortunately bracking they again dashed off at speed. 7>:e man threw him self out of the buggy, and fell on his face and hands, but without sustaining any injury. Before reaching the level crossing one of the wheels went over a log lying on the side of the road, and Mr Gibson was thrown out with consi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
Wanted WANTED a Cook and Laundress. Apply Town Hall Hotel. 603. WANTED an Engine Driver; none n^ed apply unlesB fully competent. J. Shacbell, Com mercial Chambers. 596 WANTED a Bteady, aotive Lad, as Messenger and to make himself otherwise Useful — wages, 10s per week. Also, a Lad to fold and I deliver papers on the mornings of pahlication— two hours twice a week. Apply to Mr Pemberton. To JLet. TO LET, the Large Brick Store at Inoama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 rpO LET, the Friend-in-Hand Hotel, corner JL of Hare and AnBtruther Streets. Apply to Mrs Callaghan. 469 B?or Sale, n/rUKRAT RIVER 8TFAMEU, «WARAD G ERY.» JAMES LA.WRANCE ha9 received instruc tions from Mr John Foord, Wahgunyah, to offer for Sale by Private Contract, the Murray River Steamer, " WAEADGEur," stern wheel, 147 Tons Register, with first-class passenger accommoda tion, well finished nnd found in every particular. N.B.—This steamer is now in full and profitable employment, with every p...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, Sept. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
STATE OF THE RIVERS. EOHUCA. Friday Evening, Sept. 17. The SIuitRAT (wharf guage) is Oft Oin above the summer level. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The Mukkay. Albury .. ft in above summer level. Wabgunvah . . 3ft Oin „ „ Swan Hilt .. Oft 4in „ ,, Euston . . 8ft Sin „ „ The JluRiiuMniDoTii;. JlalrnnaU .. 5ft Oin above summer level. Wagga Wngga. 2ft lOin „ „ Hay . . . . 2ft lOin „ „ Guudagai . . 2ft 2in, „ „ No other reports were obtainable last evening.
ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
ECIIUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of tlie Bo rough Council took place on Wednesday last. The members present were the Mayor and Crs Hansen, Hayes, Mitchell, Newbould, Nifcld, Nolan, Taylor, and Weaver, The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The minutes were also read of meetings of the Health, Public Works, and Market committees Tne correspondence outward consisted ot n letter to the President of the Doard of Land and Works, with re ference to the removal of Mr Lungford, the District Surveyor, and requesting that he might be retained, at all events until, the working of the new Land Bill has been tested, »s no arrangements that could possibly be made would compensate for bis removal. Among the correspondence inward was a letter from tbe University of Melbourne, r* questing to know if any arrangements could be made for tbe local examination of students. From the Lands Department, relating to the market reserve, asking if tb« Council, in the ...