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THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
THE NEW MINISTRY. The members of the new Ministry have been gazetted and sworn in. AH the offices have been filled up, wilh the exception of those of Solioitor Reneraj and Postmaster-General.. Mr Graham Berry and Mr Kerferd have declined the offers of portfolios. The following is the list of the new membersChief Seoretary, Mr Macpherson ; Treasurer, Mr Byrne; Attorney-Qeneril, Mr M'Donnell; President of Land and Works and Commissioner of Crown Lands and fcurveyj Mr M'Kean; Commissioner of Public Works, Mr Keeves ; Commissioner of Trade and Customs, Mr Cohen ; Minister of Mines, Mr J. T. Smith ; Commissioner of Railways and Roads, Mr F. Longmore. Both Houses of Parliament. met yesterday, and would probablv adjourn for a month, '['he Argus says: -"The new Ministry are threatened from the very outset with a factious and virulent opposition. The late Government threaten to oontest every eleotion, and to con tinue in the House a war of extermination against their old allies." The Aire sa...
The Riverine Herald ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
EOSVOA, WEDKESVAY,SEFT. 22, 186!). Party feeling must run very high against the late Ministry in those quarters where the new one can be received with any warmth of welcome. There has been a mighty bother with a, very poor and unappreciable result. Say there was no great reason to be particu larly enamoured if the Cabinet M'Culloch, say it had bad an over-lengthened lease of existence, say that it has done many things it should not have done, and left many things undone that it should have done, say it had become haughty, over-bearing and self-willed —heap all its faults upon it, expose all its sins, gloss over nothing, nor extenuate aught —and as honestly, candidly and fairly shew in what the virtues of its successors consist that should render them fit to fill up the places that have been vacated. Where, when, how, by what means or in what form have the new members proved "themselves worthy of the confidence of the country in preference to those who ' have just gone out" of office...
TOMMY TYPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
/ TOMMY TYPE. Now my mate, Tommy Type, has'nt got much to say, And so whether lie thinks very much I oan't tell; But he Bays, says our Tom, to myself 'totlicr day, "Inkylmpy, we wan Is nn alarming bell." "An alarming bell," says I "Tommy—what for?" "Why for fires!" says our Tom, and ho said nothing more. Says I, Tom; you're a plum, though you may'nt bo quito ripe, .. So more power to your little red rag, Tommy Typo! Now I certainly think that our Tommy was right, And the Water Committee the hint may well take, For the half of the town might b» burned in the night, Long before we could make, tother half of it wake. So the whole, I am suro, wishing Tommy more power, Will be on for a bell in the water-tank tower ; Singing Tommy's n plum, tho' lie is'nt quite ripe, And more power to your little'red rag, Tommy Typo. Boro' Council, take counsel from Tommy Typo's tongue, And, oh, lose not a moment in buying a bell! Though it may not bo soon, or bo frequently lung. Yet it may, don't you kno...
ECHUCA POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
\echuca police court. In the Eohnoa Police Court yesterday, before tha Polioe Magistrate,. Kichard Barrett was charged with assaulting, on Sunday last, Mis Gleeson, at the Limerick Castle. Mr H. P. Taylor for complainant. Bridget Gleeson deposed that defendant came to the ijiineriok Castle on Sunday, and wanted a drink, which was first refused him by the barmaid, and afterwards by herself, upon which he struck her (witness) violently in the face. Margaret Studdart, barmaid at the Limerick Castle, corroborated the evidence. Sergeant Cleary arrested Barrett. He had been belore the oourt several times before. The last time was for assaulting Mrs Johnson. The Bench sentenced him to three raontht' imprison ment in Sandhurst Gaol, with hard labor. Anne Callaghan v. S. Holmes—For the re covery of the sum of £19 7s, amount of rent alleged to be due for the occupation by defendant of the friend in Hand Hotel in Hare street, from the 24th November to 31st July last. Mr Powell appeared for com...
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
S II I P P I N G. ' ~ / ECU UCA. r ARRIVALS. September 19—Cumbero(>nfi,,Mace master, from Upper Hurray, iri ballast. John Orr, ngent, September 10—Kelpie, and barge Redgum, Deiring master, from Hay, with 320 bales of wool. W. M'Cul loch and Co., agents. September 21—Pride of the Murray, and barge Only ,J3on, Davies master, from.Lower,Murray* with 559.bales of wool. Yf. M'Cultocb and Co , agents. DEFAltTURES.' : ...... September 20—Rirerina.and barge Lachlan, Bower master, for Hay, with GO tons of general cargo and four passengers. W. M'CulIoch aDd Co,, agents. ' The Pearl is loading wool at Mungadal. The Alfred is loading at Kerrarbury and Benerembah. The "Wentworth sailed from AVabgunyah yesterday morning for Howlong, to load flour. The Waradgery left Wahgunyah yesterday for Echuca.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
Shipping*. "\TlCT01l HARBOR to LONDON.— Y The " Orient" Liner, " CO ON ATT O," 633 tons, Al 14 years, J. N, Smart, Commander. -Tins 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 oiler. ' 517 Wool, Stations, Agrciicles, »vc jQALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 BOCTEKE-STREET W«ST, MeLEOUENE. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. Fokstth & Co., do. "Wagga Wagga Do do. Dubbo 308 Advanges on Station Properties. 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 Reduced Rates On Squatting Peopeuties In Victoria and New South Wales, Bright Brothers & Co, Managing AgentB, Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 519 Sotfccs. NOTICE. MR PATRICK B0GUI5 is authorised by the Board of Management o...
SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 21st September, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
, . _ . SAND HUI!ST. (Fkom Okk Own Correspondent.) Tuesday, 21st September, 18G9. j 370 caltle, no improvement in price, 59 uneold; GC95 sheep; 915 lambs, ■ Cattle—313,- 'DAllaa'a (Murruniludgee), Rood and middline—bullocks £6 15s,- cows j£G 3a 6d; CC, Glass's (Darling), 59 unsold, r ,-i -
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 22 September 1869
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office,,Tuesday Evening. -• lne iollowing moB3 ot seock nave cross™ sincc our Inst issue:—September 18th—3400 fat sheep, Jamei. IIearn ; 221 fat cattle, Nap Nap. 2Pth—1730, fat sheep, Land,lie, - Deniliquin. 21st—2000 fat shei-p, Itudd Brothers, TJrana. Two mobs of fat cattle are reported to lie approaching the river. Our Swan Hill correspondent mentions that it has been reported that scab liad broken out on the Towa ninnie station, and remarks that if such be the case it will be a very serious matter for owners of fat sheep •down the Murray, as their road to market would bo completely blocked up, that by Tvcrang being barred by, the scabby condition of-'Reedy Lake and Bael Bael, and the other by Lalbert and the Avoca, would be impassable if the Towaninnie sheep; are diseased. 3700 fat sheep, Mr Taylor's, of JJueton, wore travelling up tho Murray for M clbourne last week, and a mob of fat cattle from (he Warrego. In the districts around Dub...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
fMPOliNDTNGS. ECHUCA. Impounded 8tliSeptember; trespass, fid. Strawberry bullock, cock liorns;-slit- off ear, (jil off rump,-2 near rump. : ; ..... Impounded Otli'Scptember; trespass Is 6d eacli. Twelve head of calve?, Bteera and heifers, hole in off ear,.D near rump. > :: n . '1 . . If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 13th October, 1869. •... GEORGE JAMESON, Pour.dkceper. Hoi.loway's Ointment "'and Puis. — Abscesses, Erysipelas, l'iles.—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 bashfuliiess sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling ex puise, will enable the most diffident to conduct any cibb to a happy issue without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. The ointment arrests .the.sprcading infiama tion, rostrains the excited vessels, cools the overheated skin,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
'fo let. rjnu LET, the Large Briok Store at Moama, -L known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 r f 10 LET, the Friend-in-Hand Hotel, corner L of Hare and Anstmther Streets. Apply to Mrs Callaghan. 469 Tenders TENDER* Required for the supply of 50 Tons of Wattle Bark, and 200 Tons of Firewood, Apply Manager of the Echnoa Meat Preserving Company (opposite Bank of Viotoria), High street,^Echuca. '621 for Sale, liSgbte. H/rURUAY RIVER stf.amer, lliSt'lYi "TV A RADGE It Y." JAMES LAWRANCE hag received instruc tions from Mr John Foord, Wahgnnyali, to offar for Sale by Private Contraot, the Murrav River Steamer, " WAEADQEEr," stern wheel, 147 Tons Uegister, with firBt-class passenger accommoda tion, well finished and found in every particular. N.B.—This steamer is now in full and profitable employment, with every prospeot of a long seasob. She is favorably known on the Upper and Lower Murray, and is equal to new, having been re bottomed with red gum at the commencement of t...
THE MINISTERAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
THE M1NISTERAL CRISIS. The Speaker has issued his writs for the Ministerial elections. The following are the arrangements :—For Villers and Heytesbury, Crowlands, and Ripon and Hampden, Mary borough and Dundas, the day of nomination will be the 2nd October; and for East Melbourne, Collingwood and West Bourke, the 1st Octo ber. The day of polling will be—for Villiers and Heytesbury, Crowlands, and Ripon and Hampden, the 9th October; for Dundas, the 8th October; for Maryborough and West Bourke, the 7th October; and for Collingwood and East Melbourne, the 5th October. The Chief Secretary has issued his address to the electors of Dundas, in which he states that it is the intention of the Government to do all in their power in order to pass such bills as should not be postponed until next sessions. The Commissioners of Mines, Cus toms, and Public Works have also issued addresses to their constituencies. Mr Rolfe has retired from the contest for the Central Province, and will oppose Mr By...
LOWER LODDON. Kerang, 28th September. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
LOWER LODDON. (from oue own correspondent.) Kerang, 28th September. | The nomination paper of Mr James Pat chell, Kerang, was the only one received by the Returning Officer. He will therefore take the place of Donald Cameron, resigned, ns a member of the Swan Hill Board. The barometer on Sunday fell lower than it has done for some months, and the heavy clouds that collected " promised abundance of rain."' We were, however, once more doomed to disappointment, for not a drop fell and the Indicator of the Aneroid now points un swervingly to " set fair."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
The Wagga Express of Wednesday says:— " On Friday night last the weather whioh for the preceding twenty-four hours had heen variable and threatening, changed iu earnest, and rain in broken hut still yheavy showers, to the great joy of all, began at last to descend. Daring the whole of Saturday and the following night rain, in intermittent showers, still continued to fall.' At daylight on Sunday it set in more steadily and rained with but few intervals of intermission until midday when the olouds cleared off and since then the weather has been moderately fine* The fall though not quite as heavy as oould have been wished, has still been cf infinite service, as the grass, which is now on all sides rapidly shooting up, sufficiently testifies. Upon the mountainous eountry at the head of the river the rainfall haB befen mUoh heavier than in our own neighbourhood, and aB a consequence the oreeks and watercourses are all beginning to rise, and the river, for a time at any rate, will again b...
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. Both Houses of Parliament met on Tuesday. Mr M'Crae formally announced the resigna tion of the M'Culloch Ministry in the Legis lative Council, and Mr Anderson read the list of the new administration* A resolution proposed by Mr O'Shanassy was passed pro viding for the difficulty experienced by the non-passage of the Mining Forfeitures Bill. No other business was done, and the House | adjourned until the 10th October. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr Everard i announced the formation of the new Ministry and read the list of names of the meibbers. The Mining Forfeitures Bill and the Water Works Commission Bill were passed through all their stages. The House adjourned till the 19th October.
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, Sept. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
STATE. OF THE RIVERS. ECHTJCA. Friday Evenine, Sept. 24. The Murray (wharf guage) is Gft 9in above the summer level. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]. V. The Murray. Albury .. 5ft Sin above summer level. Wahgunyah ., 8ft 7in „ ,, Swan Ilill , . 6ft in ,, >i Euston . . Gft llin „ „ The Mdrrummdgep.. Balranald 5ft 4in above summer lovcl. Wagga Wagga. 7ft Gin „ „ Hay . . • 8ft in „ •• „ p Gundagai .. 4ft Bin „ n No other reports were obtainable last evening.
IN THE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
IN THE STREETS. A Melbourne friend of Inky Impy's has been paying him a visit within the past day or two—Mr Peregrine Pry, we understand his name to be—and Inky has versified some of his City small talk as follows I keeps a vatoh on high and low, And every von I meets ; For that's a vay I've got, yon know, Through loiteriDg in the streets. I'm always in the streets, jou know, A vatching people's vaye; So I gets fly to every go, And every prank they plays. I keeps a vide avake look-out On folks as they valk by, And muoh there aint goes on about The town, escapes my eye. I ohiefly loves to va'oh the svells, They thinks theirselves bo 'oute— I pees a deal I never tells, Tet may do, if it suit. The ladies takes my fanoy quite ; They pleases me, I owdb, As, vith their silks and ranslins light, They sveeps the paving-stones. So grand and graoious they appears, To every von they meets, It seems a shame to vatoh the dears As I does, in the streets. I likes to stroll near Parliament, On cert...
RISE IN THE RIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 25 September 1869
1USE IN THE RIVERS. We are happy to^be ,uble to statp that the Rivers Murray and Miirruriibirijffe are steadily rising at Albury and Gunflagai. This will enable the steamers to get down with large cargoes of wool. If the rivers continue navigable for a couple of months, the boats will be enabled to clear off the whole of the Murrumbidgee and Lachlan clips.