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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 27th January. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

ECHUCA POLICE OOTTRT. Wednesday, 27th January. (Before Mr Lnngford, P.M.) Robert Jf hnson, of the Bridge Hotel, attended in answer to a summons charging him " for that on the 2olh January instant he did allow drunken and disorderly persons to he upon hia premises known by .the sign of the Bridge Hotel." Mr Taylor appeared for the defence. Sergeant Cleary, before taking any evidence for the proseoution, called the Police Magistrate's attention to a paragraph in that morning's issue of the Riverine Herald, and complained of its being an unfair attack upon the pulice, and gave instances of the zeal of the pnlioe in dealing with similar cases at other lieensed houses at Echuca. Constable O'Neill stated that at near twelve o'clock on Monday night ho and Constable Couch heard some windows smiished at the liridge Hotel billiard room ; (hat they went and looked into the open window and saw Messrs Cor ven and \Vilson soufllin^, and ihit dir. ctly one of them was knouked down they went in and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

POST OFFICE NOTICE. The K.M. Steamship Bombay will be dispatched with the Mails for King George's Sound, Point de Galla, India, China, the Mediterranean Ports', Europe, Americe and the United Kingdom. The hours appointed for closing mails at this office are as follow:— For registered letters, at 6 p.m. on Saturday, 30th instant. For newspapers, via Southampton, at 6.45 a.m. on Monday, 1st proximo. For ordinary letters, ria Southampton and Marseilles, 4 p.m. on Monday, 1st proximo. For Newspapers, via Marseilles, 4 p.m on Monday, 1st proximo. Money Orders, payable in the United Kingdom, will bo issued up to C p.m on Saturday, 30th instant. It is suggested that all letters intended for trans mission by the ltoyal Mail contract Bteamers should bn Bccured -with gum or wafers; the use of sealing wax having been found to cause delay in separating letters, and in some instances to lead to addresses ou envelopes being rendered illegible. 1). W. FORBES, Postmaster. Post OlBce, Echuea, 22nd J...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

MAIL TIME TABLE. ' Mails due from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted) ' at 1 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.,; delivered atl.30 p.m. and.Ca.m. ' '* • . Ditto, Down Travelling Post Office, and Goornong,- daily k (Sundays excepted); at 10.35 p.m; delivered at 9a.ni. Ditto, Up Travelling -Post Office, Runnymede and Rochester, daily (Sunday's/excepted); at 1 p.m; de livered at 1,30 p.nV. • Ditto Moama and Deniliquin, daily (Suudays excepted), at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. Ditto, Hay, Tuesdays, . Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3.45 p.m.; delivored at 4.30 p.m. Ditto, Ulupua West, Kaarimba, Kotupna, and Lower JJloira, Thursdays, at3p.m; delivered at 3.33 p.m. Mails closo for Melbourne and Sandhurst, ;daily (Sun days excepted), at 7, a m. and 4 p.m. ^ Ditto, Travelling. Post Office, Kuiinymede, and. Ro chester, daily (Sundays excepted),; at 4 p.m.;Goor nong, daily (Sundays excepted)■, at 4 p.m. - Ditto, Goornong, daily {Sundays excepted), at 7 a.m. Ditto, Moamaand Deniliquin, daily...

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DENILIQUIN POLICE COURT. (Abridged from the Deniliquin Chronicle.) Tuesday, 26th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

DENILIQUm POLICE COURT. (Abridged from the Deniliquin Chronicle.) Tuesday, 26th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.") Jeremiah Sullivan surrendered to his bail on a charge of having stolen a promissory note of L50, the property of Samuel Holmes, publican, of Echuca. The evidence for the prosecution had been taken on the previous Thursday, and from the statement of Holmes it appeared that some three months before ho had received the above note, due next month, from accused in exchange for a cheque of his which had been cashed. Meeting Sullivan at Echuca subsequently, he had desired Holmes to come to Deniliquin to settle the matter, and on the 5th instant he came up. After meeting prisoner they both proceeded to Simpson's public house and went into a private parlour, Sullivan only being1 with him. After entering the parlour prisoner asked Holmes, "Have you got that piece of paper ?" and he replied, "Well, I don't know, I'll see." He then took his pocketbook out, in which he had th...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

STOCK. KKPORTb, &c. . ECHTJCA AND MOAMA. The following- piobB of stock have croa ed since our last issue:— Januaiy 28—197 fat cattle, Clark and M'Leay'a, from the Mumrabtdgee. January 29—101 head of fat cattle, Bryan, from the Murrumbidgce. 305 head of fat cattle, Robertson, AYagncr and Co., from Perricoota. Prom all quarters wo hear of the disastrous effects of the late dry weather. Abovo wo give the numbers of stock crossed at Echuca and Moama since our last issue. The late rains may have dono somo good in filling waterholes, tanks, &c., but we fear cannot have mate rially assisted towards the sustenance of stock whilo travelling or otherwise.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

Wool, Stations, Ageincles, *vc i^ALMAHOY CAMP BELL & CO., Sheep and Cattle Salesmen,' 17 Bouuke-stuxiet West,.' Melbourne; James Maxn, representative at Deniliquiri. 0, Fousytii & Co., ,,'dpVA';Wagga;rU'agga Bo do. Dubbo ; -.v.: 716 Artvanecs 0.11 Station Properties. THE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a- .large amount of capital foi ( investment are prepared to make' ■ liceiial Cash Advances at reduced Rates ■ 0° squatting PnOPEItl'ies ■'.X. 'In. Victoria ;and New South Wales. Bright brotjieus & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. . 7; . 705 ProlcssionstS, MR. H. N. POWELL, : Solicitor, «ScM Opposite the Bank of Victoria, ' ■ ECHUCA. ! fi21 BhsIispss Notices. ALFRED CARPENTER, Bookseller^ Stationer, AND ; Hews Agent, • BEGS to inform his friends and the public that he has 18133 SIOVB3© To the fine premises late in the occupation of Mr Sehestedt, and Opposite the Bank of Nem South Wales, Echuca, Where h...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office. Januarv 27. A dry sultry atmosphere has generally been dominant, and stock business has been inactivo. Tho following moba of stock crossed at Dcniliquin since ouv last issueOn Friday, 200 fat cattle, partly belonging to Clark and Macleay and I'eters; on Sunday, 2,000 fat sheep, Dickson's; and on Monday, 2,000 sheep from Coree, Williamson's, for Moama, to boil down. Mr * GamCron, of Chowar, has started about 180 fat cattle, and Mr Bryant 115 do., from Nyang—both these lots are probably now near the Murray.

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THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 27th January, 1869. MESSRS. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 January 1869

THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 27th January, X8C9. MESSRS. DAI.MA-HOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S BEI'OltT. Pat Cattle.—The fat cattle market was supplied with 1,040. The supply for tlie week was a small cue, about equal to the requirements, the greater portion of which were of very indifferent quality. The few really prime cattle offered commanded a brisk competition, and brought a considcrablo advance on last week's rates, say from 153 to 20s per head on tlic best pens, whilo second and inferior qualities were not so much in de mand; hut last week's prices for this description of 6tock wero also fully supported. Our quotations aro: —Beat pens bullocks brought from £9 to £10 5s; good do., brought from £7 to £8; second quality do,, from £4 to £5; inferior do., £3 103 upwards; good pens cows brought from £0 to £7; second quality do., £4 to £5 lGs; inferior do., from £3 up wards. Fat Cat.ves.—The supply yarded was a largo one, inferior—say, best, from 153 Od to 453; others according to quality. .Fat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

ILflvei'y 'a*Tii4l- IBaift S foibles. Ji@R:BE^':SAZAAS . ... .... - , .ASD. ■„XIpET; SXABLES >r' * ' " ~i-m I L L I A M GIBS O % ISisggies,; Ba«ld!e Horsed 'jjj&j • Always on hand- and,ready jor Eire. • ... ■ , .... '...... .162 j Motels, ci-o. ECHtrCA HOfEii: High Street, Eclnuwi. i- ?.-r; THOMAS'W. MITCHELL; BEGS to announce.to his' friends and tlie ■ 'publin that he is'now in the occupation of the above well-known Hostelry, which is in course of thorough renovation. • He trusts that the old established . character 'of the hoase will not 'suffer at his hands, and hopes by^keeping the 'isest mvaw&k .off-wsBB'dsi, • Spfrtrs,. asmiS Ales, - ,a ^ ■■ • *> -To- mftrit uie• patrobago 'formerly* bestowed upon •' .wcthe,hojise. I' _ ___ _ G^8i)t!>,!STABLIKQ. 139' " " ' ~ Proprietor. VFnend-a&d-Hazid Hotel, ■9 : .k .0'. , Hare Street, Echuca. SAMUEL HOLMES begs to announce that he has opened the above Hotel (premises lately in the occupation of Messrs Am03 a...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

• MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails due from Melbourne)' and Sandhurst,,daily (Sun days excepted) at 1 p.m. and 30.35 p.m.;, delivered at 1.30 p.m. and Oa.m.' ' . - ! Ditto, Down Travelling Post Office, and Goornong, daily — (Sundays excepted), at 10.35 p.m; delivered at 9 a.m; Ditto, Up Travelling Post Office, llunn y ni cue - and 'Rochester, daily (Sundays excepted), at l p.rh; de ; . livcred at 1.30 p.m. Ditto Moama and Deniliquin, daily,(Suudays excepted), at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. : Ditto, Hay, 1'uesdayB, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3.45 p.m. ;-delivered at 4.30 p.m. J; :L', " ; Ditto, Ulupna AVest, Kaarimba, Kotupnn, and Lower Moira, Thursdays, at 3 p.in; delivered at 3.30 p.m. Mails close for Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted), at 7 a m. and 4 p.m. Ditto, Travelling Post Office, Hunnymcde, and Ro chester, fiaily (Sunday^ excepted),'at(4 p.m.; Goor nong, daily (Sundays exccptcd),'ut 4 p^m. Ditto, Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 7 a-m.. Ditto, Md'amaaud ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

wanted WANTED a Four-Horse Team with Timber Waggon, to haul logs—day work or mea surement. James Mackintosh. Eohuca s«w Mills. 145 Amusements. GRAND CONCERT By Speoial Permission of Geo Langford, Esq, P.M. IFIiis Evening', Wednesday. For the Benefit of Mr H. Williams. MEU-RIAW'S tOSCmD IIAtlL. COMMERCIAL HOTEL. Under the Patronage of His Worship the Matoh, and Geo. Maunsell, Esq., P.M., Moama. Mrs "WILLIAMS, Mr H. "WILLIAMS, and Mr J. SMITE, "Will appear, assisted by other Gentlemen. "Renewed teats, 2s; unreserved seats, Is. 9 CJovernwieiit Atlrertisenientg Victorian liaiiways Reduotion in Parcels and ExceeB Luggage Rates. PA.RCELS are now oarried at considerably re duced rates. A paroelunder lib weight is oarried between Melbourne and Ballarat or Sand hurst for Sixpence; and heavier parcels at pro portionately low rates. V. R. Signed, C. E. Jones, Commissioner of Railways. 21st January, 1869. 133 The Treasury, New South Wales, 4th January, 1869. Contracts for site Public Service. F...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From our latest telegraphic intelligence we gather the following:— Stawell. Vera, the murderer, is supposed to have been seen in the neighborhood of Glenorchy on Friday night. The police have been away since Saturday morning in the hope of getting some trnce of him, and have been searching about Hall's Gap and Grampians. They have | not yet returned. Other members of the po lice are about starting for Glenorchy on a fresh scent. I Beechworth. Two hundred and fifty-nine tons have been crushed from the Happy Valley Reef, which yielded 904 ounces of gold. Sydney. A letter received here from a passenger by the ship Australian, hence to London, and which was wrecked off the Brazils, states that the captain was most of the night on 1 deck, and that the mate reported all right a ! few moments before the ship struck. The cargo was entirely lost. Greville, the suspended manager of the Bank of New South Wales at Forbes, has been committed for trial on a charge of em ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

Holloway's Ointmext and Pills. — Prematuro Decline.—The'unwary and thoughtlcss'mav save them selves a sea of future, troubles by ail early recourse to these excellent curatives. &A11 blotches from whatever, cause arising, all enlargements of tlie glands wherover situated, irritating sores arid debilitating discharges, may bo.safely and certainly cured:by employing Iiol r.loway'a Ointmeut and 1'illE, in accordance with the instructions wrapped round each pot and bos. No timidity need deter the weakest from "applying to these .restoratives, vvhirjli exert the threefold, qualities-of purifying, regulating, and repairing without disturbing the stomacli, annoying the nervous system, or rendering confinement to the house necessary! Hollo way's medica ments will stem the source of many maladies, which, when neelected, perpetuato misery.—Advertisement.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

-dpEAKSON. THE BuSH H ANOElt. —- Tll0 Bourke corrpspondeni. of the Dubbo Dispatch writesIt is Pearson a?id not Rutherford that'lias been captured ; the description of the men' lias been confounded by some means. Pearson, who was said to be the iittie fellow, turns out to be the tallest of the two, and by far the most likely to have been the leader. He has been brought up twice before a crowded bench. 1 think on. each occasion eight magistrates were in attendance, and the court-house crowded to suffocation. Prisoner walked' into the dock in irons, and when entering1 the dock gave a sort of smile at the bystanders. IIo is called a good looking fellow; slioutf 28 years old, rather prominent nose, black hair and eyes, .about Oft 9in or lOin high, with powerful shoulders; and,altor getber an active and hardy appearance;1 He is . beyond what is considered' intelligerit'-to speak ^toj and asserts that ho is a duly qualified medical practitioner. Tn'fact it it stated, that he practised: at ...

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MESSRS L. MACPHERSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

MESSRS L. MACPHERSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 30th January. Horse Market.—Our ■Wednesday's sale was dull, and the attendance much smaller than usual; only a few lots changed hands. To-day we had a 6mall lot of colts forward, but being low in condition, and not sufficiently heavy for the market, a portion was with drawn. Broken-in Stock—AVe are hnppy to be able to report tho largest attendance, both of buyers and the general public, that we have been favoured with since our removal from our old sale yards in Pall Mall. A large number of all descriptions of horses, drays, and other vehicles met with purchasers at very satisfactory rates, and we strongly recommend our friends who have any really good horses on hand, whether coachers, hacks, or good medium draught, to lose no time in bringing them to market, as there is sufficient demand to absord all coming forward. Prices remain firm, with an upward tendency. Dairy Cattle —We had a fair number yarded on Thursday, but -were only abl...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

CALENDAR FOIt THE WliEli.. Februabt. PHASES OF THE MOOS. Last quarter. Thursday, 4th, 2.36 a m. New moon ..Thursday, 11th, 11.34 p ra. First quarter. .8aturdav, 20 th, 2.46 a.m. Full moon . .Friday, 26th, 9.45 p.m. Apogee .. 13th, 1 p.m. Perieee .. 26th, 11p.m. AT ECinJCA. Days of the Sun. Date Week. Moon. Rises. Set?. n. M. H. M. ir. u*. 3 Wednesday.. 5 18 7 10 B. 11 19a.m. 4 Thursday . 5 19 7 9 11 57 5 Friday 5 20 7 8 — 6 Saturday 5 21 7 7 12 38 7 Sunday 5 22 7 6 1 21 8 Monday 5 23 7 5 2 7 9 Tuesday 5 24 7 4 2 57

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

THE RIVERINE HERALD M-WEEKLY NEWSPAPEU, Ib published every Wednesday and Saturday, and des patched on the same day by the Victorian and New South Wales Mailf. Subscription, Ten shiilingB and Bixpence per Quarter, payable in advnnce; or twelve ehillingB if credited, with postage added to country subscribers. The quarters commence on 1st July and 1st October of Hub year. Subscribers commencing after the beginning of a quarter will be charged proportionately to the termination of the current three months. Orders to discontinue cannot be received after the begin ning of a quarter, and should be forwarded during the last month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all arrears then owing. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. To afford the utmost facility to business men for obtaining the publicity they require, the following scale of charges for advertising in the Riverine Hekaxd has been adopted. £ s. d. For one inch for one insertion 0 5 0 One inch for two insertions 0 8 6 One inch for one m...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 29th January. "We had some very hot weather since our last; on "Wednesday and Thursday evt-nings heavy Btorma passed over Deniliquin, and we received enough of rain to make an impression on the parched up soil and fill the xvaterholes. There are now better prospects for stock; the surplus flocks and herds are scattered all over tho country, and were it not for the hilly stations our losses in sheep would be more frightful. On the back country of the Darling: the losses in bringing sheep to tho frontages are most ruinous—one settler having lost 14,090. Our Hay correspondent reports 12,000 Moore and Son's sheep travelling to "Wagga Wagga in charge of A. Liecombe. Heavy rains have fallen on the Old Iran Plain and upwards, giving many week's supply to the back country. The Melbourne Meat-preserving Company, on Friday last, afforded an additional and most convincing proof of the success of their process in preserving meat and rendering it capable cf wit...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

C|t |ttkrke Jperall ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1869. During many years paBt we have all been perfectly unanimous in ridiculing, pooh poohing, or otherwise discountenancing depu tations, but as the wheat rises up stronger than ever after its temporary debasement beneath the rolling stone, as rabbit's ears grow longer and longer every time they are cut, so do deputations increase in number, in consequence and in clamour, as their members are laughed at, expostulated with, or abused. The very efforts made to dis courage them serve only as incentives to " iurther action"—as reasons why they should most undauntedly persevere. The situations are not devoid of interest, and the poor deputed people see no great harm in being lionized. Perhaps the honour of being a Minister is but little greater than that of being duly appointed to beard one in his den, and to badger him into complying with the wishes of a meeting convened with a view of stamping out " the goat nuisance," or any other crying...

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THE CONDITION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869

THE CONDITION OP NEW SOUTH WALES. In the leading article of the 26th ultimo the Sydney Morning Herald celebrates the eighty-first anniversary of the colony, de plores the serious depression consequent upon the drought, and goes on to say :—> " The fall of rain in this country is suffi cient to supply its utmost wants. Indeed, the seasons of rain are often sufficient to lay up a store for an indefinite period where there are only proper receptacles 10 retain it. Often the formation of the country itself offers great facilities for storage. The combined capital and labour of the people, under the auspices of wise laws, might at least largely mitigate the distress which, if carried beyond a possible point, will be ruin to all interests, commercial and manufacturing, as well as pastoral. A sour and evil spirit has unfortunately presided in our legislation. It is perfectly true that it may have been pro voked by a spirit of monopoly in particular classes, most of whom have dispersed a...

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