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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

IMPOUiN'DINGS. ECHUCA. Impounded 8tli September; trespass, Gd. Strawberry bullock, cock horns, slit off ear, off rump, 2 near rump. Impounded 9tli September; trespass Is Gd each. Twelve head of: calves, steers and licifers, hole in off ear,;D near .rump. If not'claimed and expenses paid,"will be sold on I3tli October, 1869. GEORGE .TAMIESONyPoundk-eeper. - Mercliantlisc. Q, N. S A L E, By the undersigned, at • Lowest Current Eates. Ploughs. ; ' Scllar's, LDnnon5s, liansome's, Howard's, Horns bj's, &e. ; . ................. Ploughs—Moulding, Pony arid Vine ~ Harrows—Light; medium and heavy ■ r •Chaff Cutters—Assorted sizes and makes ; Corn and Chaff Cutter oombined—A most useful. • article - Mould Boards, Shares, Skim ■ Coulters, Trace * 1 Chains • . -Bluestone of Vkky Best Quality. : Swingle Trees; Fencing Wire ! ; Horse-powers, Whim-work Fittings, Scarifiers Cheeso Presses, Churns, Milk Pans, and, other' .Dairy Utensils ' ' . 'Grape Mills, Vignerons'PruningShears,, Knives, ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COLONIAL MONTHLY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

THE COLONIAL MONTHLY. The Colonial Monthly Magazine is un doubtedly an improving periodical. We do not know whether it i8 very extensively read in this district, bnt, if not, we are sure it only requires to be known to become largely patronised. The postage is only the same as lor newspapers, and the price of a number is one shilling. For this a large amount of highly interes'ing reading is obtnined, with illustrations. In the latter, a regard for truthfulness compels us to say there is room for improvement, but otherwise it is excel lently got up. Mr Walstab, a young and promising writer of fiction, is contributing an interesting story entitled '• Double Harness," j of which we may say, in addition to our own I opinion of it, that it is highly spoken of by the Melbourne press. Articles on scientific subjects and on the topics of the day, together with selected and original poetry and tales, fill its pages, and render this magazine a wel come monthly addition to the literary stock o...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEAVES FROM AUSTRALIAN FORESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

LEAVES FROM AUSTRALIAN FORESTS. Mr Kendall is an Australian poet—we should say the Australian poet. We have his collected poems now before us, published by Mr George Robertson, of Melbourne. They are dedicated to his wile in words full of such simple beauty as to remind one of a similar dedication by Shelley of the'' Revolt of Islam." He writes " That which is most intense Within these leaves is of her influence." Although many things in the book do appear to be, as Mr Kendall himself with that true candor which always accompanies genius, tells us, "Stray echoes from the elder Bona of soog," yet no one will lay down the book without leeling that the author is entitled to no mean place among poets. Mr Kendall's most dis tinguishing attributes are smoothness of rhythm and an alliterative power not often exceeded. As an example of both, taken not by any means for the best, but for that it has an Australian smack about it, wo select a stanza from "The Warrigal," one of his shorter piece...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

Hollow ay's Ointmbnt and Pills. — Abscesses, Erysipelas, Piles.—Unvarying sucecss attends all who treat these diseases according to the simple printed di rections wrapped round each pot and box of Holloway'a medicaments. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whoso bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate persoverance, and trifling ex pense, will enable the most diffident to conduct any ease to a happy issue without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. The ointment arrests the spreading inflama tion, restrains the excited vessels, cools the overheated skin, alleviates thrabbing 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'a Pills aro to be taken, that their purifying and regulating powers mayassist byadjustiug andstrenthen ing the constitution.—Advertisement. Wanted. WANTED good General Ssrvant; wages £26 per annum. Mrs Pulling, Medioal Hall, Eehuca, 13 WANT...

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INKY IMPY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

INKY IMP1\ Our Inky has submitted to us a poem of his i which he has just finished, from which we make the following extract:— | Benalha. Cuef.k. Benalba's stream from Alps out-sprung When his great heart was clcft By earthquakes fierce, that clashed and flung His grnnito ribs aside, and hung . Them up, as trophies, round, among Tho giant rents tliey left. And thence Benalba sings or wails, Or roaring raves, or rippling, rails, As down the gorge he goes, In infant moans, or tones of age, At times in joy, at times in rage, At times surcharged with woes. From the bosom of tho Snow-land, From the grand old Alpino keep, From the up-laud through the low-land, Does he wander to tho Deep. As he dallies with the fountains In tho dark and dread ravines Of his towering native mountains, With their wild and weird like scenes, • There his silvery ripples glisten Mid n silence so profound. That tho ear would ache to listen For any other sound Than the murmur and tho measure Of hia play on rooks ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 8th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening. 8th October. , Tho Murray (wharf guage) is Oft lOin above the summer level. ' [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The Murray. - Albury .. 19ft Oin above summer level. Watagunynh . . lift" Oin" „ „ Swan Hill .. . 7ft 3in ,> ,, Euston . . 6ft 8in „ „ The 51uiuiuMBji)oee. Balranald ' .. 7ft Uiu above summer level. "Wagga Wagga. 25ft Oin „ ,, Gundagai .. 22ft Oin ,, „

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.1 Sir,—Not seeing1 any reporter in Court on Satnrday, during' the trial of this case, which may not therefore be brought under your notice, I request the insertion of the case, and most gross and unjustifiable decision of the Bench. Hugh Lynch, manager of Higgins and Glass's station, Cornelia, entered 'into a written agreement with Williams and a number of other men, including the thirteen above mentioned, to shear all the sheep be longing to the station at the fixed sum of lis per 100 sheep. 'I be agreement contained a special proviso and contract that if any of these shearers broke the agreement and left the station, they should forfeit the sum of 2s 6d for every 100 sheep they had shorn, and receive only 8s instead of lis. There were other provisions—as to cutting sheep, being intoxicated, &c, not affecting the contract as stated. After having shorn some considerable number of ewes and wet...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers and Advertisers wishing to discon tinue their Subscriptions or withdraw their Advertise ments, mitsi give noticc IN WRITING to the " Business Manager."

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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GOOLWA. October 3,1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

GOOLWA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 3,1869. Wool is arriving here in considerable quantities from up river. The Albury, Capt. I Johnston, came in on the 25th iilt. with 516 bales, as follows:—16 bales, Groldsbrough; 110 do, Graham Bros.; 50 do, Hastings, Cunningham, and Co; 10? do, Order ; 6 do, Peacock and Sons; 171 do, H. Scott; 113 do, H. Field; 43 do, Elder, Smith and Co. The Maranoa, Capt. T. Johnston, also arrived on the same day with 626 bales, viz, 219, H. Scott, and 407, Stilling and Co. The Prince Alfred, Capt. Walker, arrived from Went worth on the 30th, bringing 142 bales of wool for Stilling and Co; 55 bales of wool and 15 bales skins for Elder, Smith, and Co. The Orient-liner Connatto, Smart, master, n fine vessel of 633 tons, arrived at Port Victor on the 25th ult. She will take in about 2000 bales of wool for London, and sail on or about the 1st November. ■ 'On the 28th ult. a wel come change occurred in the weather, and we havo had some fine rain.

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

Clie pteriuc JSCS VGA, SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1869. The new satirical periodical, Humbug, very well characterises the M'Pkerson Ministry as being neither "fish, flesh, fowl, nor good red herring." It is, as we have seen it designated in some other contemporary, "a botch potch Ministry," and it is not to be credited that any one sincerely believes it to be worthy of the confidence of the country. Nevertheless as a crisis hns taken place, it i3 desirable that they should hold the reins of Government lor a short time, as any further delay in carrying on the legislative business would be produc tive of very mischievous results. But their tenure of office must be very short lived. Tbey are at sixes and sevens among them selves on the leading questions of the day and cannot possibly agree to any decided policy. The only thing on which they have exhibited as yet any unanimity, is a condem nation of their predecessors, of whom tbe majority of them were, before Mr M'Culloch "fell sick," thick and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BAEL BAEL POISONING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

THE BAEL BAEL POISONING CASE. At the Sandhurst Circuit Court on Tuesday last, before His Honor the Chief Justice, Jane Morrison was placed on her trial for attempt ing to poison Jane Perry at Bael Bael on the 5th July. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. We have already published the particulars of the case, and no new light was thrown upon it by the evidence. His Honor said there could be no doubt Mrs Perry had taken poison, and the question was who put it in the honey, tea, and tooth powder used by her, and in which crystals of strychnine had been found. He could not point to any strong fact, but there were a number of small facts which directad suspicion to her. Mo tives might be assumed to exist, though it was not possible to make them apparent. The prisonnr's motive might have been to regain her former position as housekeeper, from which she had been displaced by Mr Perry's marriage. The jury, without leaving the court, gave the prisoner the benefit of the doubt, and found her not...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 8th October. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

LATEST TELEGRAM. (FROM A COHRKSPONDENT.) Melbourne, 8th October. 1869. The final returns show that Mr J, T. Smith has been elected for West Bourke, by a ma jority of 39. By the latest returns from Dundas, Mr Macpherson has a majority over Mr Munroe of 197; the numbers being for the former ■<385, and for the latter 188. Deniliquin, 8th October. John Taylor, of thu Royal Hotel, has been acquitted on the charge of horsestealing. At a meeting of merobanls held in Sydney on Tuesday last, it was resolved to appoint a com mittee to oonfer with the London merchants with a view to introducing an improved method of selling wool in the London market. Mr MT.ellan, member for Ararat, has aooepted the office of PostraaBter-tieneral. He has been addressing his constituency. A trial took plaoe on "Wednesday at Messrs Hastings Cunningham and Co's wool stores, of Mr W. Lnckhart Morton's patent wool press. "Tlie special novelty of the press consists in its having the brass nut in halves, ca...

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AN APPEAL TO THE BENEVOLENT. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald). [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

I AN APPEAL TO THE BENKVOLENT. (To the Editor of the Riverine Ilera 'dJ). , Dear Sir,— Whilst 1 had the pleasure o b^ing; a resident of Echuca I often remarked with admiration and pleasure the many acts of charity and generosity on the part of the inhabitants towards distressed fellow creatures, irrespective of Jcolor, creed or country—dis tress being1 deemed a sufficient plea for liberal aid. I might enumerate dozens of handsome sums that have been voluntarily subscribed without any effort on the part of those for whom these contributions were raised, but I will mention one extreme act of benevolence on the part of my late fellow-townsmen, in order to show what good-hearted people there are in Echuca. I allude to the case of the carrier Mills (I believe that was his name) for when upwards of seventy pounds were col lected to enable him to replace some horses he had lost up the country through -want of water. Living in a town for a number of years where acts of munificence were not ...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

SHI P,P I N (}; I E C II TJ C A..J ■ ARRIVALS, • ^ Ontober 7—Cumbei-ftona ami barge Howlong, Mace, Waster, with full cargo—flour, wine and wool; John Orr, ageit. Wahgunyah and barge, Tocumwall, Page, master, from Upper Murray, with 301 bales of wool. William M'Cullochand Co., agents. „J.H.P., Connell, master, from Hay, with fall cargo of wool; Williim M'Culloch and Co., agents. Waradgery, Foord, master, from Albtiry, with full cargo of wine and flour; John. Orr, airent. . October 8—Jane'Eliza and barge, Wangaratta, Banks, master, from, Wahgunyah, with full cargo of wool, flour, and wheat; John. Orr, agent. , , DEPARTURES. - . ■ - October 6—Pearl and barges, Symmetry and Piaka, Randall, master with 40 tons genefal cargo; 3?. Payne, agent. Alfred and Eeljrie are expected to-morrow with largo cargoes of wool.. 1 The Pearl, wo learn by telegram, passed Swan Hill at noon for Hay.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

Shipping*. • "vrlCTOR HARBOR TO LONDON.— S&gy? y. , The " Orient" Liner, coonatto," . 633:tons.':Al 14 years, J. N. Skakt, Commander. This noted clipper will be despatohed for February > Wool Sales, Ist'Noveraber, ' , For termaof freight apply to JOSEPH STILLING & CO., Adelaide. ' 1 To be followed by other vessels, should induce ment offer. 517 Wdol, Stations, Agrcnclcs, iVc JQ ALMAHOY 3AMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 6 7, queen street; James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. •G.-Forsyth & Co,, do. Wagga Wagga ' , : " ODo do. : Dabbo ■:'! ' ■: 308 Advances on Station Properties. THE'TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of ; AUSTRALASIA (Limited), _ Having now a large amount of oapital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On ' Squatting PxtormiTiEs -V. ■ In ' VictoeiA and New South waexs, Bright Beotheus & Co, Managing Agents. • Solioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. ■ 519 Notices. ; - CAUTION. ANY per...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 6th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 6th October. Heavy showers have occurred in the district since our last. The crossings of fat sheep for market are still heavy. On Thursday Haines' 4400, Peppin's 3000, Clarke and M'Leay's 2500, and Mate's 2000 passed; on Friday Sproule's 5800. and on Sunday 4000 of Mitchell's, 6C00 of Towns and Co., and 44( 0 from Burrabogie; and to-day 3000 of Darbyshire's. To-morrow 0000 will go by, and numerous lots are behind. During the week upwards of 50,000 sheep have crossed the bridge, going cither north or south. The wool continues to go down 1-apidly.

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STOCK REPORTS, &t. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &t. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evenibg. The following; mobs of Btock have crossed sincc our last issue:—October 6th—300 fat cattle, itoleewortli, . Lachlan; 80 fat cattle, Cameron, Cbowar; 3000 fat sheep, Peppin, Morago; 990 fat sheep, Murray and Watson, Calineo; 2000 fat sheep, Kulkinc. October 7th —944't fat shee, Virgoc Ballingerambil. October 8th— 6000 fat sheep, London Chartered Bank,Mathoura;4000 fatsheeD, Wilson Brothers, Yanco. 800U Fat sheep. Towns, and 5000, SI'Crae. from the Upper Darling will cross probably to-day, and there are several other lots close at hand. We learn from the Wagga Wa?ga papers that 280 head of fit cattle, be longing to Messrs Hall Bros., were to cross for Victoria. The Sydney market was poorly Bupplied with fat cattle last week, but thoBe were of good quality and a' rise in prices of from 20s to 2os a head took place. Prime beef was quoted at from 20a to 21s per 1001b. The market has been overstocked with-fat sheep. Good q...

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HAY. Oct 6, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 October 1869

HAY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.l Oct 6, 1869. During the last week we have had more or less rain every day, and the country is again looking something like — grass springing very rapidly on the sandy soil about here. Owing to the rain shearing has been at a standstill on most stations, one day being the most within the last week that the shearers have been able to work. Mr. Waller, of Waller and Gorton, is, I believe, at present superintending the transmission of his wool from the Murrum- bidgee steamer to Mr. Catten's scouring estab- lishment. The Bogan and barge are reported as near here. The school building is going up rapidly, and we may expect to see it open in December. The members of the Hay Amateur Club have been called upon by letter to meet on this (Wednesday) evening, at Dawson's Crown Hotel, in order to organize a concert entertainment in aid of the School Building Fund. There is little doubt but what the meeting will be well attended. The Alfred Star Company left here...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869

: • <TMPODNDINOS. 7 ECflTJCA. Impounded 8ttt September; trespass, 6d. Strawberry bullock, cock boras, slit off ear, flM off rump, 2 near rump. Impounded 9th September; trespass Is Gd 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 October, 1869. GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkcoper. Mereliiindisc. Q JST S A L E, , By the undersigned, at . Lowest Current Kates. ' Ploughs. Sellar's, Lennon's, Ransome's, Howard's, Horns by's, &c. Ploughs—Moulding, Pony and Vine Harrows—Light, medium and heavy Chaff Cutters—Assorted sizes and makes Corn and Chaff Cutter combined—A most useful aitiole Mould Boards, Shares, Skim Coulters, Trace Chains Bluestone of Very Best Quality. "Swingle Trees, Fencing Wire Horse-powers, Whim-work Fittings, Scarifiers Cheese PresseB, Churns, Milk Pans, and other Dairy Utensils Grape Mills, Vignerons' Pruning Shears, Knives, &c; Trussing and Thatching Eope, Digging ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869

Holloway's Ointment and Pii.is. — Abscesses, Erysipelns, Piles.—Unvarying success attends nil 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, whoso bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling ex pense, will enahle tho most diffident to conduct, any case to a happy it>sue without exnosing secret infirmities to anyone. Tho ointment arrests the spreading inflama tion, retrains tho excited vessels, cools tho overheated skin, alleviates throbbing and smarting pains, and gives great caso. The printed directions for the use of the Ointment also clearly point out when and how Hollo way's Tills aro to be taken, that their purifying and regulating powers may assist by adjusting andstrenthen ing the constitution.—Advertisement. Wanted. WANTED a large quantity of Murray Leeches. For particulars apply to Edward F. Cooper, ...

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