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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 17th Sept., 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
LATEST TELEGRAM. (fhoh ode own coh respondent.) Melbourne, 37th Sept., 1869. Patrick Niall was sentenced this morning to nine months' imprisonment. Mr Pascoe had an interview with Mr Casey to-day in reference to the removal of Mr Langforri, and received a favorable reply, There are various ministerial lists banded about, but up to the time of telegraphing no final arrangements have been made. It is generally thought that Mr Macgregor will be Chief Secretary. The following are two of the lists that I have seen:—No. 1. Chief Sec retary, Mr Macgregor; Treasurer, Mr Cohen; Public Works, Mr Jenner; Postmaster General, Mr Reeves; Customs, Mr Byrne; Mines, Mr M'Kenna; Attorney-General, Mr Aspinall; Railways, Mr Macpherson; Lands, Mr Duffy. No. 2. Chief Secretary, Mr Duffy; Treasurer, Mr Cohen; Public Works, Mr Berry ; Postmaster-General, Mr Reeves; Attorney-General, Mr Aspinall; Railways, Mr Macpherson; Lands, Mr Macgregor; Minister of Justice, Mr M'Donnell. The last is the latest out, but...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
MARRIAGE. Khikpatwcii.—Egeuton.—On the 16th instant, at the residence of 11. Watts, K?q., of Echuca, by tlie Hey A. Mackic, James G. Kirkpatrick; eldest son of J. G. Kirkpatrick, of Port tilasgow, Scotland, ship builder, to Hetty Elizabeth Egerton, oldest daughter of \V. Egcrtou, merchant, London. (Cheshire.)
The Riverine Herald ECHUCA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
EGMUGA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1869. Mr Rolfe lias attained notoriety at a con siderable sacrifice to the country, and it is a great pity that his name should have been heard in connection with matters political at the present time. The crisis which has been caused by his appointment to the Customs, could not have occurred at a more inopportune period. The progress of legislation has been checked at a moment when the country whs anxiously looking for the passage of several highly important measuros. The Land and Local Government Bills, and above all the Scab Bill, have been hindered in their pro gress in a manner that is gieatly to be regretted, as a considerable amount of mis chief may be the consequence. The defeat of the Ministry and their consequent resignation at this juncture, are therefore to he deplored. But not for their own sakes. Had Mr Rolfe been such an Requisition as to form a tower of strength to them, they ought to have foregone the opportunity of securiug him, consider...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE BRNDIGO GENERAL HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE BRNDIGO GENERAL HOSPITAL. f To the Editor of the lliverine Herald.) Sir,—Will you kindly allow me a small space in your valuable columns to advocate the cause of the Bendigo Hospital. It is a noble charity, conducted in the most liberal manner, and well worthy of public support. I beg; to hand you a copy of last year's re port, by which you will observe that 734 patients were relieved during that time; 32 were sent from Echuca, and 16 from Riverina, making over 14 per cent of the whole number relieved. I am afraid that the subscriptions I from these two distrietR fall very much short of the pro rata contributions. I point out this fact, not as a subject of reproacli to the residents, hut as a simple scrap of information which they had no other means of knowing. The doors of this institution are thrown open to all who may be helpless and diseased; and over its door may well ho written the Gospel precept, " I was poor and ye had compassion on me." P. B.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
The Clunes Gazette of the 9th in.^t reuonB that at the u«u:.l meetine ef Court Freedom, A.O.F., held on Tueslnv niirtit, an in eresting oeremony took, viz., the presentation cf a very handsome gold hunting watch to Brother P. C. 11. and P. S. Leonard, of the Hearts of Oak Court, Eohuca, sent, by that Court, with a complimentary address, and a request that they Bhould be pre sented by the C. It. of the Clunes Court in open meeting. The C. R. of Court Freedom, in a complimentiiry speech performed the pleasing doty, congratulating the brethren that so worthy a member of Forestry as Brother Leonard had taken up his abode at Clunts. P. C. It. Bro. Leonard feelingly returned thanks for the high oompliment paid him by his Court, and expressed his great sympathy with the objects of the Society, and his determination ever to he as he had hitherto been, an active member of the Order. A seoood supplement to the Government Ga zette, published on Thursday, contains a schedule of the fees to be t...
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
S H.f ? PI N (J. K q II U C A. I ARRIVALS. , September 15—AValigunyah, nnd barge Harriet, Page I muster, from Tocumwal, vritli 300 bales of wool. W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. September 16—Biverina.,and barge I,neltlnn. flowers J master, from the Upper MurrumbulePP, with 350 bale? of wool find a quantity of hides, skins, and tallow. W. ll'Culloch and Co., agents. DEFAltTUIlES. September 17—AVahgunyah, and barge Harriet, Page master, for Upper Murray. W. Jl'Culloch and Co., agents, We learn by telegram that the Kelpie left Swan Hill for Eehnca on 'lliurndny, at 0 20 p.m The Cumoeroona left Wabgunyali on Wednesday, for Eeliuca.
DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 15th September. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 15th September. The crossings of fat sheep here for Victoria have been for the week about 20,000; they were—on Thursday last 1300 Dc Voiux and Cogle, 2000 Dow's, and 2000 of Peters'; on Sundny, 3400 do. of Hearno and Wragge's went by, and 1300 of Combe's passed down the river; on Monday, 1800 of Lung's, followed, with 2500 of i James Tyson's, and 2000 of Kudd's; on Tuesday the 2000 of AI'Farlami's, previously passed, turned back [ from Moama and re-crossed the bridge. To-day 2500 of Clarke and JI'Leay's came over, and these were followed by about 1800 of Landale Brothers. l)archy has a flock approaching, and other lots are not far behind. In fact cattle we had on Saturday 257 of Learmonth's; and in horses, on Tuesday, 80 head passed from Goul I burn, Barry's. The other local movements have been for station purposes; on Saturday 10,500 Bheep crossed for Warbreccatt, Jenniiig's, to bo shorn, and on Tuesday 5700 for North Wakool, John Graves', for a Bimila...
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. Toe following mobs of stock have crossed sincc our last issuo: —September 15th—2036 fat sheep, Hope find Scott, Murrumbidgee; 257 fat cattle, Lenrmouth, Mur rumbidgec. I6th—2000 fat sheep. Shannon and Jen ning'p, Darling; 300 fat cattle, Dallas, Gogeldree, 2000 fat sheep, Dow, Murrumbidgee. 17th—2GOO fat sheep, Peters', Tubbo; a mob of fat cattle from Nap Nap. 5400 mixed bhcep from Gumly Gumlj', passed Wagga in the beginning of tlie week for Victoria; also, 3030 wethers for Beecnworth, belonging to Mr S. Fennell, from Wantabadgery. Messrs Wolacley, Gibba and Co., of Cobran, are acquiring o name for their sheep, and the blood appears to he growing into request. We hear that they lately aold to Mr Lauberfeldt 100 of their rams at about four guineas a head. A correspondent oil tho Lower Murray «ays;—u From all I can see and hear, lam afraid it will be a lamentable season in this district. There is hardly a blade of gras...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
Shipping. V 1CT0R HARBOR TO LONDON.— The "Orient" Liner, "CO ON A TTO," 633 tons, Al 14 years, J. N. Smart, Commander. : This noted clipper will be despatched for February Wool Sales, 1st November. For terms of freight apply to To be followed by other vessels, ehould induoe W©oI, StiUions, Agencies, Ac J^ALMAHOY 3AMPBELL & CO. Steep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Botjkke-9tbeet West, Melbourne. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. FokstxH ,& Co., do.. Wagga VVagga '• Bo do. Dubbo . JOSEPH STILLING & CO., Adelaide. ment offer. 517 308 Adyancbs on Station Properties. The TRUST and agency COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi investment ace prepared to make Libekal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On Squattihg Pbofeutiks ..in ^ Victoria and New Sodth Walks. Beight Bkotheks i£: Co, Managing Agents. Solioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. " 519 Notices. NO TICK MR PATRICK BOGUE is authorised by the Board of Management of . the...
HAY. September 15th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 18 September 1869
HAY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) September 15th, 1869. In your last I notice you report the death of Mr. J. Sugden, wool classer, near Naran- dera, by collision with a tree whilst riding. The report of the death is quite true, but the place of the accident is nearer Hay than &nbsp; Narandera, being two miles this side of Darlington Point, where a public-house is kept by a person of the name of Edward John Flood. From information received by the police since the inquiry into his death held on the spot by Mr Waller, J.P., the &nbsp; police arrested Mr E. J. Flood on Friday, on a charge of stealing a £20 cheque from the dead body of Joshua Sugden, and as the cheque was found in his possession, and also crossed, the bench on Friday committed him for trial at the next Deniliquin Supreme &nbsp; Court. — There is a paucity of news. The Pearl is reported as below Palmer's station; and all the boats up river are stuck for want of water. The weather is of the most su...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
Hollow ay's Ojntmrnt akij Pills.— Abscesses, Erysipelas, Plies.—Unvarying success attends fill who treat these diseases according to the simple printed di rections wrapped round each pot and box of llolloway's medicaments. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whose bashfuluess sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling ex penee, will enable the most diffident.to conduct any case to a happy 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 ease. The printed directions for the use of the Ointment also clearly point out when and how Hollo way^ Pills are to be taken, that their purifying and regulating powers may assist by adjusting and strenthen ing the constitution.—Advertisement, rMPOUNDINGS. echuca. Impounded on the 18th'August; trespass, Gd :— Brown mare, short switch t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
£5 REWARD. STOLEN or Strayed, from Monma, on the 6th of August last, one Roan Mare, branded UT near shoulder, with other brands. The above reward will be naid if stolen, on conviotion of the thief; and £2 if strayed, on delivery to Mr Harvey, Yine Hotel, Moama. 4 THE LAKE BOG A FISH, GAME, AND MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY . (Limited.) NOTICE is Hereby Given, tbat the Registered Office of the above Company is at the Store of Messrs Linton and Douglass, Swan Hill. Dated the 16th day of Septembpr, 1869. ■ ■ ■'v' • WILLIAM ANDERSON, Manager of the said Company. . W. Martin Flegg, Sandhurst, . Solicitor to the Company. 609 T JOHN WISHART, of Swan Hill, in the '■X j colony of Yiotoria, do hereby give Notice, that 1 intend to apply to the Bench of Magistrates at Bwru Hill, on the 1st day of October, for a Beer License for a house Bituated at Yongera, River Murray. ;- "• JOHN WISHART. 16th September, 1869. 7 J. SALOMON, S T A R II 0 T Opposite the Wharf, ECHUCA. STEAM-PACKET HOTEL, ECHUCA. * : J...
SHANTIES ON THE LOWER MURRAY. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
SHANTIES ON THE LUWEU MURRAY. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) | Sir,—In your issue of Sept. 31th I read a letter from Mr Jamieson regarding1 shanties on the Lower Murray, According to bis ac count some correspondent of yours has been seing double or treble. But, Mr Editor, if you will allow me I will enlighten you as to what I have seen. About twelve months ago I happened to be travelling up the Murray, and when within twenty miles of Swan Hill, I came upon three blacks, one of them was lying on tbe ground, as inanimate as a log, througli grog, and the other two were tipsy. I asked where they had obtained the stimu lant, they said from " Old Jim," and told me I would soon come to bis place, which I ac cordingly did. He had a sort of reed gun yab, and some steamboat woo ! piled; as it was the first place I had met the river for some miles, I availed myself of the op portunity of having a drink, and had the pleasure of seeing "Old Jim." At Swan Hill I learned that his shanty w...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SCAB! SCAB! SCAB! (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
' ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SCAB! SCAB! SCAB! (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) on-,—I understand that scab lias broken out on the Towanninie run; and of course you are aware of its presence at Morton Plains, Bael Bael, and Reedy Lake, forming' a complete cordon across the road frequented by travelling; fat stock en route for market. Our wise legislators are certainly much to blame in not long- ago framing- acts which would have prevented the terrible strides the fell pestilence has taken latterly. As the law now stands, sheep bound for market can traverse the diseased spots, but the risk they run wlli be great if they attempt doing so, as they render their sheep liable to be burnt should scab be discovered, although in the most limited extent, upon them. What will also be most prejudicial to fat stock will be I the amount of annoyance they will undergo from the flockowners whose runs they will be compelled to pass after crossing the unclean country. With three or four boundary...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
Wat ntcti. "ANTED a Narsera,■()&lt;). Apply to Mrs FT. P. Taylor, Conolly-street. 607 rJTo act. TO LET, the Large Brick Store at Moaraa, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 rjpo LET, the Friend-in-Hand Hotel, corner *- of Hare and Anstruther Streets. Applv to Mrs Callaghan. 469 lF«r Sstlo, -1/rURRAT RIVER STF.AMER, 33SS2HVL " TF A RADGERY." JAMES LAWllANCE has received instruo tinns from Mr John Foord, Wahgunyah, to offer for Sale by Private Contract, the Murrav IHver Steamer, " Wxtudgery," stern wheel, 147 Tons Register, with first-class passenger accommoda tion, well finished and found in every particular. N.B.—This steamer is now in full and profitable employment, with every prospect of a Ions? season. She is favorably known on the Upper and Lower Murray, and is equal to new, haviog been re-' bottomed with red gum at the commencement of the present season, and is now offered for sale in consequence of the owner retiring from busineFS. Full particulars...
SWAN HILL. 15th September. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
SWAN HfLL. [from the puntjtan.I loth September. I see by your last issue that Mr W. Jamie son bas been writing a letter. So far so good; for, as Bj'ron remarks, "'Tis pleasant, sure to see one's name in print," and 1" sincerely hope thar Mr W. Jatnieson has enjoyed all sorts of pleasurable feelings since his letter appeared ; if he has not he certainly should have done so, that is all I can say, for, hasn't he dealt me—the unfortunate Puutman —not only an unmerciful castigation, but, with the pen of a ready writer, he has im pugned my probity. Now, I don't like that kind of thing, and what is more, I will not stand it without, at all events, having the satisfaction of saying to Mr W. Jamieson "you're another," or, in other words, pointing out to Mr W. Jamieson that although the article to which he refers (and which i have every reason to believe was founded upon one or two communications I sent you) was slightly overcolored, his own production is just as much the other way. At the s...
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 17th September. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
' VEXILIQUIX. PaBtoral Times Office, 17th September. At Deniliquin, Mr Graves, for llyan and Hammond, reports sale of a small lot of mixed store cattle, on account of Mr Outhwaite, to Btr Alexander Cameron, of Chowar. 'Weather was warm and threatening rain. The following are the crossings for tlio week Saturday —10,500 store Blicep (Jennings', for Cobrati); 257 fat cattle, Learmontli's. Sunday—Hearne and Wragge's 3400 fat sheep; Combe's 1300 fat sheep turned back. Monday—Lang's 1800 fat sheep; James Tyson's do.; Iludd's '2000 do. Tuesday—M'Farlane's 2000 do. crossed to the north side, turned back from lloama; 90 horses (Barry's, Goulburn) ;> Graves' 5700 store sheep. Wed nesday—Clarke and Jl'X.eay'a 2500 fat sheep; 221 fat cattle (M'Farland'e); Thursday—Landale's 1700 fat sheep. Friday—12,000 store sheep, shorn (Jennings') crossed to north side; 200 fat sheep (Darchy's); 41 store cattle (Outhwaite's). There is a flock of M'Kay's sheep to cross.
SHEEPWASHING AND SHEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
SIIEEPWASHING AND SHEARING. Shearing is now generally in progress in this district, but' on one; or two stations a ■commencement had not yet been made. At Wharparilla, the station of Mr R. J. Glass, washing operations were commenced on Wednesday; Inst. Mr Glass has gone to con •sideraOle expense in erecting machinery for washing purposes at Tongabby, known as Dead Horse Point. The whole of the appa ratus is entirely new and was lately brought up from Melbourne, and but for the lengthy process of construction, shearing .would have commenced much earlier. It would perhaps have been, better., if; it had been, as a good deal of the dust would- have been avoided, which will now no doubt increase the diffi culties of bringing the. sheen to the shearing floor m the perfectly clean condition m which they leave the washing place. Nothing could; be more satisfactory' than the manner in which the sheep are turned out of the water,; the wool being.as thoroughly cleansed as it is; possible to be...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, Sept. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
STATE OP THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. . Tuesday Evening, Sept. 21. The Murray (wharf guage) is 6ft 6in above the summer level. ; , [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TlIE II C11UA.y. .'Albury. .. ,5ft, 2in above summer level. W&hgunyah .. 3ft 8in . „ „ • Swan Hill -.. 6ft 2in ,, Euston .. ,.„„7ft 4in „ „ Tiib SluRuujtniDOEE. Balranald ' 5ft 4in above summer level. Wagga Wagga. 3ft 9in „ „ Hay . . ' : . " ft in " ,, ,, Gunilagai .'. - 6ft lin „ „ No other reports were obtainable last evening.
THE ECHUCA MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
THE ECIIUCA MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY. We are glad to learn thnt the deed of association, o! the Echuca Meat Preserving Company went down to town last night for registration.: The company is . now floated, and we have no: doubt it: will be pushed : on without any further delay;.meantime,'should stock be offered at prices suitable for purchas ing for melting'alone,1 the company, we have no doubt will buy them so as to keep things going while ■ the' additional- buildings, arid plant are going up . for the meat preserving. The company,'.we believe, will also boil down stock for the squatters in cases when - the squatter prefers paying a fixed ■ sum. for boil ing, and taking the proceeds of his stock in fat and skins to selling outright to the Company. . , ■