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DENILIQUIN. Chrbnicle Office, 29th Sept. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 October 1869

i » i.' i DENILIQUIN. . „ , ' i ■ >!* 'i mv:i •< ■ ; --if J ;lJO(ChrbnioloOfBcej!29th'Sopt.'Ui. * .Wo are gladVtq .'report that rain, hoWever'iemall-that; may eventii nil}'; prove, J lias j reached us. , Sinoeour last< we have liad great beat—a fearful presage of'llio coming,. summer-4and with the thermometer at 90. However, -the clouds frequently jgatb'crdd'-upV.1uiVl<'nt early*dawn' ,during.the last Ihrce days efforts were certainly made to, 'producfe a 'shower r- This -morning ■ these* Kvero more1 marVed, and a trifling supply fell, and more in itlie after-:> .'noon,' with the clouds still threatening. The (Tossing here during thWeck' have beenOn \he~23rd, 3000~fat" sheep, Wilson Brothers^frpm'.the YatiU.o ji.on tlie 2pth, 5000 do., from Mossgiel; and 2200 shorn, from Yathong, ■ Murcliison'a; on; the' 28tli,-.'2400.: do# West: Brothersj! 1250 of Parker's, and 2200 of Wailerand Gorton's; to day, 1700 of the same kind of fat stoclc'passed, bel...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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STOCK 'REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 October 1869

.STOCK 'REPORTS <Lc Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. The following mobs of stock have crossed since, our I last issue: —September 30th:-r!27 * head .of fat "cattle', Bronnan, North*' Yathorig.' '20.1' fat cattle, M,'L4ren, Moroco. 2j0 fat.cattle, FitEpatrick, Jlacquiirie Kiver. 5000 fat theei>,'* fronifiMossgicl; and 2200 do. (shorn),; from Yatbong, .wilVprossto-day. - , The chr.nge.in weather which occurred,hero early on. Wednesday, morning.'must be productive"of'vefy bene ficial result's"'''puriiig Wednesday :and on Thursday morning a fine'JoV of "rain fell; hut it cleared up in the afternoon of the latter day. Luring the night, how ever, somejx telling :;6hpwcrs, although of ; short duration, felland yesterday there was.;a heavy and Bteady'dbwripourj' with ever}- appearance of con tinuation. Many persons think .it very probable, how that we' may 'have' occasional' Bhowcrs ! duriiig this month",'jund/it .has. o'ccurred''ih: previous lyears' ■when rain has fall...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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HAY. Sept. 29, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 October 1869

HAY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]'       Sept. 29, 1869. The J.H.P. arrived yesterday afternoon, with flour and produce for Mr. Warby, store- keeper here. The weather has been very   sultry during the past week; a regular hot wind was blowing yesterday all day. Rain commenced to fall in small showers about midnight, but cleared up again by 8 o'clock   this morning, and made way for a dust storm, which is blowing great guns at present. The Alfred Star Company have been perform- ing here for the last three nights, and have given general satisfaction. When they leave here they will proceed up river to Wagga Wagga. There is no news of any boats coming up — at least not this side of Bal- ranald.

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The Riverine Herald ECHUCA SATURDAY, OCT, 2, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 October 1869

EGRUCAi SATURDAY,' OCT: 2,; 1869/ I From all •accounts the new.' Ministry- will have its work to do in the "coming elections. No stoney itis said," will be! left-'unturned .to prevent it-froin-'^eting';Pariipment/a^fi;Qn^; arriving at-s'tker'iu 11"fledg-edjdignIty^"ofBTer' Majesty's Administration |ih 'Vict6naj ' Sucti' a result ofjbpjr., daring, attempt 'at\a^'fliglit? •towards the sun 'mayi-,become*a .matter lor, regret, jinasmuch as ;it? .may, very, seriously and; hurtfuljy delay thd business of Parliament; ^but-if I tbfeVe heavenward-'soarers: do'! scorch •theiijovar-ambitious-wings,-we-do-nofr think there will be any great publjc; lamentation on their own accounts. \VhoJs„there amongst themitlia? cannot very readilyjbe;matched;agy -day-i-n' Parliament or'outsicle of itf 'And how many of them are there that are so de sirable as. Ministers. ;ba{, there ^.o.uld ,be ,wnj, :need; tbc replafce-themi'wi'tb' 'their7 peers' in' intellect and experience,? ,, What,about the •Chief Secreta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

Wanted. WANTED good General Servant; wages £26 per annum. Mrs Palling, Medical Hall, Echnca. 10 WANTED Shearers. Apply to Hugh Lynch, Cornelia Creek Station. 637 WANTED an Organist for Christ Church. Applications, stating terras, to bo sent to the Secretary of the Parochial Committee, on or before Tuesday, tho 12th instant. D. J. Coghill, Secretary. 640 WANTED to Purohase, One, Two, or Three Teams of Working Bullooks. R. Barbour, Bama Saw Mills. 609 TTo ILwt. TO. LET, the Large Briok Storo at Aloatna, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. • • . 753 B?<ir Sale, TO CATTLE BREEDERS AND OTHERS. JAMES SEACKELL and CO. have for' Sale— Eight Pure-brsd H E 11 E F 0 R D B II L L S, . , Age ranging from G months to 4 years. Got by the celebrated Stud Bull imported by the late John Moonoy. For particulars apply to . , James Sbackell & Co., . Commercial Chambers, ■ 614 Ephuoa. • - Notices. ELECTORAL. LISTS of the Swan Hill Division, North Western Province, and ...

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LOCKING THE RIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

; LOCKING THE RIVERS. . f From the Waqqa Express.) In these days of engineering marvels, the possibility of efficiently locking the Murray and Murrumhidgee will not bo doubted, and the whole thing will, therefore, resolve itself into a question of money. The rivers could be locked, we know, and could eventually be made the channels of a vast inland commerce; but, to use a trite saying, would the game be worth the candle ? Could we lock them at a cost, which we should be justified in incurring, for the sake of the advantages to be obtained ? We think that the game would be worth the candle, and that for converting our large rivers into permanently navigable streams, the country would be justified in incurring some considerable charges. From the ex perience that we have had of the advantages of water carriage lor the conveyance of goods, even with all the drawbacks attending the existing' uncertainties nf the navigation, we can form.a fair idea of the benefits we might derive i and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

IMPOUND [NGS. ECtlUCA. Impounded 8th September; trespass, Gd. Strawberry bullock, cook horns, slit off car, nil off rump, 2 near rump. Impounded 9th September; trespass Is Cd each. Twelve head of calves, steers and heifers, hole in off ear, D near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 13th Octobcr, 1869. GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkeeper. JIsrcIiiiiMllsc. Q N SALE, By the undersigned, at Lowest Current Rates. Pioughs. Sellar's, Lennon's, Kansome's, Howard's, Horns by's, &o. Ploughs—Moulding, Pony and Yino Harrows—Light, medium and heavy Chaff Cutters—Assorted sizes and makes Com and ChaS Cutter combined—A most useful artiole Mould Boards, Shares, Skim Coulters, Traee Chains Bluestone of Veey Best Quality. Swingle Trees, Fencing Wire Horse-powers, Whim-work FittingB, SearifierB Cheese Presses, Churns, Milk. Pans, and other Dairy Utensils Grape Mills, Vignerons' Pruning Shears, Knives, &c. Trussing; and Thatching'Rope, Digging pades, Forks, &c. Min...

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DBNILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 1st October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

DBNILIQUIN. Pastoral TimeB Office, Tat October. Stock transactions at Deniliquin are now likely to fake a more active turn in consequence of the rain. Ono of our local agents (Mr Giavea, for ttyan and Hammond), sent back upwards of 3000 store 6heep which he saw no prospect of selling at fair priccs for the seller. The change from dry weather to fine rains lias infused general gladness here. We arc happy to learn that there is a prospect of the meat exporting company formed at Echuca beginning operations. Most of our local settlers have, as we hear, taken shares therein, and a second call is being made, which we hope is favorably responded to. Wc may still expect large quantities of fat sheep to pass through for-the Yictcirhn markets, and fat cattle are coming down'in goodly numbers, and of prime quality. The following are the crossings r.t Deniliquin since onr last:—September 28—Banking Co.'s (llosegiel) 5000 fat sheep; Rawlins, and Murchison's 2200 do. 28—West Brothers' (Bathurst),...

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SWAN HILL. 29th September. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

SWAN HILL. fFROM THE PUNTMAN.I 29th September. | How beautiful is the rain ! After the dust an J heat, In the broad and fiery street, In the narrow lane, How beautiful ia the rain 1 Huw it clatters along th« roofa ■ Like tbe tramp of boots! ■■ How it gushes nnd gurgles out From the throat of the overilowing Bpout! Across the window pane • 1 It pours and pours; And swift end wide With a muddy tide 1 Like a river down the guitar roars The rain, the welcome rain! « » # # » In the country, on every side; ■ ■> " Where far a-.d wide, ' Like a leopard's tawny and spotted hide, Stretohes the plain— : To the dry graas and drier grain ^ • How weloome is the rain ! ' * • * • ■r-.',* Near at hand - ' ■ From under the sheltering trees The farmer sees : J His pastures and his fields of grain, Ar they bend thexr tops To the numberless beating drops Of the incessant Tain, . He oounts it as no Bin That he sees therein Only his own thrift and gain. I would like to have transcribed the. whole of th...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, 5th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

STATE (J!1 TUJi it IV i^KS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening,, fith October. .The Murray (wharf guagu) is 8ft Cia nboro the BBraiBCr level. ' [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The Mdrhay. Albury .. 10ft Gin above summer level. W&hgunyah,.., Oft Cin „ „ - '—'Swan Hill . ; 6ft lOiu ,, ,, . Euaton .. Cft 6in ,, ■■ y, : " : -SItiuiidmhidcf.r. *" ?B»lranald"' .. Oft 2iti above summer level. Wagga Wagga . J3ft '3in „ " _ Hay 6ft l()in „ „— Gundagai .. 10ft 3in „ „

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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Borough Council, adjourned from the pre vious Wednesday, was held on Friday evening. Present—The Mayor, and Crs Hansen, Hayes, Mitchell, Newbouid, Nolan, Nield aud Taylor. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and the correspondence, which was not of importance outward and inward, was read. An application from Haverfield and Co. to have the supply of water discontinued from the mains to the office of the Riverine Herald, was considered, The Town Clerk pointed out that the firm had, in common with other parties to whom water was supplied, entered into a contract with the Council to have it laid on to their premises for one year, &nd some months had yet to elopse. After some discussion, the Council seemed to be unanimously of opinion that the application could not be entertained, ■and on the application of Cr Taylor, seconded by Cr Hansen, it was refused. With respect to the appointment of I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. dJgT Suhscribers and Advertisers wishing to discon tinue their Subscriptions or withdrmo their Advertise ments, must give notice IN WHITING to the " Business Manager."

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THE RAIN AND THE ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

THE RAIN AND '1HE ROSES. Oar Inky contributor begs us to trouble hia ireaders, with the following lines:— : I rejoice ■when the roses look bright, ' ; When they languish, the lookB of them grieve me, And I would 1 could better their plight; I would save them from premature blight '■ 'Neath the drought, and the summer sun'a might; , \For I'm not 6uch a demon-not quite — As the public may fancy, beliero mo ! • ' Oft my thoughts have run on in this strain— Could no forethought have saved them, I wonder!. Must tho beauty of earth ever wano When the Drought comes again and again J i Shall He send us His warnings in vain, Who has " mado a decree for the rain, . ■ . And a way for the lightning of thunder ' Dare wo murmur and rail at the way i!,. That His wisdom the seasons disposes ? Man has charge of God's earth, Scriptures say; Lo! it's produpe to save from decay ' There were bountiful rains but to-day Has he saved what he should of them, pray, For God's corn, and God's fruit, and God's ...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

ECSUGAWEDNESDAY, OCT. 6, X8G9. There can be 110 doubt that the late Govern ment was long ago impressed with the neces sity that existed for the passing of an Amended Scab Act. The Chief Secretary on several occasions expressed himself very strongly on the subject, and the Attorney-General evinced considerable interest in preparing such a mea sure as would be efficient. Information was sought from those who should be most de sirous of helping and promoting an altera tion for the better. But the result was any thing but what could be desired by the framers of, the. bill. The Government were prepared to act immediately and definitely on the advice of those, whose experience, they very reasonably imagined, entitled them to give it, but the reply given to their enquiries was " We have none to offer, as we cannot agree among ourselves." Strange to say many sheep owners stated, as a class, they were not to be entrusted with the carrying out of the provisions of a stringent act. The deputat...

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MR. M'CULLOCH'S STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

MR. M'CULLOCH'S STATIONS. Mr M'Culloch (says the Ago) does not, either by himself or ns a partner, own a single squatting station in Victoria. As a member of a mercantile firm, however, he has dealings with squatters, whose runs are registered in the name of that firm The following is a list of the stations so registered, with the names of their real owners, and the rent paid by them :— StationB. Annual rent, Owners: Stratford and I owan Flats £72 .. Maoredie Brothers Yarrawonga .. 901 .. John Rutherford Tatong 293 .. DeniB'oiw Bros, and Co. Strathmerton E 1094 .. Jas. Rutherford Springs ...... 201 .. Denistoun Bros, and Co. Peeohelba ;... 951 .. Rutherford and Telford Emu'. 82 . DeniBtoun Bros, and Co. Burrowye 150 .. A. Anderson and Co. These are the runs referred to by the Argus "on Friday last as being Mr WCulloch's property.

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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 5th October, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

LATEST TELKGKAM. (FROAT-A 001! RESPONDENT.) Melbourne, 5th October, 1869. The Oollingwood election has resulted in the return of Mr Vale, by a majority of 602 over Mr'Reeves, the figures being—1,807 for Yale, and 1,205 for Ifeeves. It has been raining heavily, with every appearance of continuing.

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

S H I i' i'J U. EC II CCA/ October 2—Pearl, nnil Imrsje Svmmptry. i ltinrtall master, from Hay, with 374 balus of<woi-l. F. J'ayne,. agent. October 4—Pride of tbe Murray, and barge Only Son, from Uueton, with 527 bales of"woo!. W. It'Culloch and Co., agents. DEFAKTCirEs. Octobcr 2—Adelaide, andbargeMoama, Pullar. roaster,, for Albury, with 70 tons of general cargo, and three passengers. W. M/Cullneh and Co., agents.^. • The Waradgcrv arrived at Wahgunvah yesterday, from Alburv, and sailed for Echuca. The Jane Eliza also sailed lor Echuc-i. J he Corowa sailed for Albury, The Murray, and the Murrumbidgee rivers are rising, rapidly.. , j' t'j ■.; . ; . A >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

Shipping-. "vrlGTOR HARBOR TO LONDON.— The " Orient" Liner, "COONATTO," 633 tonB, A1 14 years, J. N. Sham, Commander. This noted olipper will be despatched for February Wool Sales,'1st November. For terms of freight apply to To befollowed by other vessels, Bhould induoe JOSEPH STILLING & CO., : Adelaide. ment offer. 517 Wool, Stations, Ag-encles, Ac D ALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 6 7, QUEEN STREET. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. Forsyth & Co., do. Wagga Wagga Co do. Dubbo 308 Advances 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 PnorERiiEa In Victoria and New South Wales, Bright Brothers & Co, Managing Agents, Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 619 Notices. • CAUTION. ANY person found trespassing on the Per ricoota or Tatalia Runs, or removing any stoak t...

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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 5th October, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

SANDHURST." * ' (Fhom Odr Own Couivespoxwekt.) ; • ; Tuesday, 5th October,-1860. 353 cattle—prices about the same as Inst week, a email lot of stores not enumerated were offered, but not Bold; 61 calves;: 5900 sheep, brisk; 1029 lambs, brisk. Cattle—\9G, Fitzpalrick (Macquarrie),' mixed, £6 Pe Cd; 51, M'Laurin'e (Edward), cowb, £5 4s Gd; 106, Brennan's (Billabong), cows, £6 Is Cd.

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STOCK REPORTS, &C. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 October 1869

" STOCK REPORTS, <60! Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday. Evening. The following mobs of stock hare crossed sincc our last issue: —October 2nd—2400 fat sheep, Waller and Gorton, Murrumbidgee; 24''0 do., West lirotliers; 5300 do., Goldsbrough and Co., Mos«giel; 1760 do., Parker, Conargo; 2003 do., Rawlins and lifurcliison, Billabonj. I 5th—2500 fat sheep, Clarke and M'Lcay, Murrum bidgee; 1000 do., 1. and G. Lang, Boabula; 2030 do., . Peppin Brothers. The rain which commenced on Wcdnesday.last held up during Saturday and Sunday, hut the clouds gathered again on Monday,- and between two and three o'clock in tho afternoon a steady downpour began, which lias continued with little intermission up to last evening. An immense quantity has fallen, and every where the swamps and shallow holes arc lull of water. The effects on the grass'and crops will very soon show themselves; but as yet, except that vegetation generally looks revived," no material results are apparent. Ia the Murrum...

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