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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 8th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office. 8th October. I In the immediate district of Deniliquin stock affairs | are looking: more active, though the good effects of the , rain are only Beginning to manifest themselves. The Edward is rising rapidly, and the country .8 aeain i assuming a green appearance—grass is growing rapidly. I On some of the stations of the Lower Murrumbidgee and Lower Lachlan feed was ample before the late rains, anil for the next few months the country alluded to will 1 send away large quantities of fat cattle and sheep. A I large proportion of the latter will have to go to the meat preserving companies of Victoria, as the markets there must he overstocked with fat mutton. Mr Mann, for Dalmahoy Campbell and Co., sold 600 store cattle, on account of Air Chapman, of Urana, to Mr Thomas M'Farland, of Nap Nap, at a very satisfactory price. I The following are the particulars of the crossings for the . week: —October Is—6000 fat shepp. Sproule in charge; 6000, Dalgetty, B...
SWAN HILL. 6th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
SWAN HILL. Tfrom the puntman.I 6 th October. It didn't come this far, at all events., Of course I allude to the long' talked of and much written about tidal wave; but if it had come I was quite prepared !or it, having taken my6elf and my five-and-twenty years' gathering- to the deck of the punt the night before. Alany of the townspeople wished to accompany me ; they became awfully friendly and affectionate all of a sudden, for all that they have been abusing me at no end of a rate since I took to scribbling1 these valuable documents. But I am too old a bird to be caught with ehaff, and so when they proposed to favor me with their company for a night I gave them one of my most sagacious winks, and said "not if I know it;" and now that the eventful day is passed, I candidly confess that I am disappointed at not experiencing a feeling of sudden elevation with a following cnme-down-by-the-run. I hope everybody elsewhere has met with the same disappoint ment, for I don't at all like the ...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. LYNCH V. FOURTEEN SHEARERS. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. LYNCH V. FOURTEEN SHEARERS. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—Mr Powell's letter in your last issue is so one-sided and partial that I trust you will allow the great importance to the whole dis trict of the decision given herein, to weigh as an excuse for this my defence of what, in my opinion, was a fair and strictly legal and just determination by the Bench. Mr Lynch summoned the defendants for that they " did npglect to fulfil their contract of service with Mr Lynch, and were guilty of disobedience in the execution thereof." The proceedings were taken under the 11th section of the Statute which renders any ser vant guilty of neglect or disobedience liable to have the whole or any part of his wages abated, or to suffer three months' imprison ment, whether the contract be in writing or verbal. The 4th clause interprets the word "ser vant" to mean and "include" all agricul tural and other laborers, shepherds, " stock mnn," &c. The agreemen...
MYSTERIOUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
MYSTERIOUS CAbE. . The following extraordinary letter has been banded to us for publication Jones Qunmby, 8 th October, I860.—George Maunsell, Esq., P.M.—Sir,—It is my painful J duty to record to you the remains of a body j which has been near this place. Through information received a part of the body has been removed, and at the present time in possession of a person of the name of Rogers^ [ selector on the Perricoota run. The head and two hands have been removed, and I am informed he holds tbem at the present time. This man, 1 am informed, is endeavoring to keep it secret. I am just giving you the facts of tbc case, so that you may be prepared how to act. A search warrant may be necessary, as I am told he has the remains secreted in his store, adjoining the house.—Yours respect fully, Fellow-feeling. Sergeant Devonald reports having pro ceeded to the spot indicated in the letter, on Perricoota Run, about 25 miles from Moama, and found there the skull, a portion of the two hands, ...
The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, 1869. It seems a very unfortunate tiling for Denili quin that its leading paper should constantly find itself compelled to comment in highly unfavorable terms on the conduct of the chief magistrate of that place. All confidence must be destroyed in the administration of justice when the local Bench is continually held up to public contumely and contempt. That the Pastoral Times takes the position it does towards the police magistrate from strong convictions and conscientious motives we can not for a moment doubt, A paper which has been so ably and successfully conducted for a long number of years would not hazard its reputation by making false and unfounded charges against a highly responsible official. It must have some grounds to go upon ; but of the extent of these we do not pretend, at this distance, lo be able to judge. We have always held it to be detrimental to the public interests for the Press and the Bench to be in antagonism. At the same time i...
SWAN HILL ROAD BOARD. Kerang, 7th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
SWAN HILL ROAD BOARD. (fhom our own correspondent.) Kerang, 7th October. At the Road Board meeting on the 5th, Mr Jas. Patchell took his seat for the first time. The proposition from the Central Board of Health, that the powers of enforcing the requirements of the Health Statute be vested in the local body was agreed to. The request of the Board of Agriculture, to have the opinion of the members upon theoollection of the agricultural statistics, was discussed, and the Clerk was instructed to collect as much information on the subject as possible, and communicicate with the secretary of the Board. The expenses incurred at the annual elections were passed. The clerk requested, that as the late heavy rains might occasion injury to existing works, a sum of money be placed as his) disposal to provide for unforseen contingencies, carried. The payment of out standing accounts concluded the business.
ECHUCA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
ECHUCA CRICKET CLUB. The annual meeting of the Echuca Cricket Club was held on Friday evening, 8th Octo ber, at Hayes' Terminus Hotel, and notwith standing the unfavorable state of the weather there was a very fair attendance of members. Mr Archer, the president of the club, occupied the chair. The following report and balance- , sheet was brought up by the secretary, and unanimously adopted on the motion of Mr Clifton, seconded by Mr O'Dwyer report of the committee oy management. "Your oommittee, in bringing up their report of the prooeedings of the club during the past season, have to congratulate the members on the very satisfactory position the club has attained since its reformation in February last, both as regards its play and also its financial position. Matches were played with Hunnymede, Sandhurst and Deniliquin, besides otber matobes of less im portance between the members of the club. The matolies with Runny mede and Deniliquin resulted, aa you are all no doulit aware, i...
SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
S H I;P P I-N G. " ^ £CHiUCA.. ARRIVALS, v October 9-Kelpie, Dewing master, from Balranald, with 200 bales of wool. W. ll'Culloch and Co., agents. October 10—Alfred, and barge Alio", Mercer Mack master, from Upper Murrurobidgee, with 510 bales of wbolr-WrM'Oulloch and Govagents. • October 11—Victoria, and barge Pocahontas, Adamson master, from Wagga Wagga, with b02 baleB of wool fromGroongal. P. Hogarth, agent. October 12—Corowa, Williams master, from Albury, with about 80 t«n9 of cargo, consisting of flour, wine, &c. F. Hogarth, agent. DErARTTOES. • October 10—Cumbernona, and barge Howlong, Mack master, for Albury, with a general cargo. John Orr, J agent. j October 11—J. H. P., Connell muster, for Hay, with 32 tons of general cargo. W. M'Cullor.h and Co., agents. October 11—:Jane Kliza, and barge Wangaratta, Banks master, for Corowa, with 50 tons of cargo. John Orr, agent. October 11—Waradgery, F. Foord master, for Wah gunyah, with 70 tons of cargo. John Orr, agent. October...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
Shipping. VICTOR HARBOR TO LONDON.— The " Orient" Liner, " CO ON ATT O," 683 tons, A114 years, J. N. Smart, Commander. This 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 offer. 517 Wool, Stations, Ag-encles, ttc jy ALMA HOY 3AM P BELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 6 7, QUEEN. STREET. James; Manic, representative at Deniliquin. G. Foilsyth & Co., do. Wagga Wogga ' Do ' •" do. Dabbo ■ v. -ij Y : ■ 308 Advances .oir 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 ax Reduced Rates On Squatting Properties In Victoria and New South Waces. Bright Beothers & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 519 Notices. CAUl'ION. \ JTY person found trespassing on' the Per -Cjl_ r...
SANDHURST. Tuesday, 12th October, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
SANDHURST. ffbom Our Own Correspondent.} Tuesday, 12th October, 1869. 222 cattle—a rise in beef of from £1 to £1 2s Gd ; 12 calves, very good, 72s 6d; 6255 slieep, fully a shilling a head rise; 776 lambs, from 6d to 1b better. Cattle—01, Cameron (Cliowar), Rood and middling, £7 2s Gd; 27, Shadbolt's, plain, £414s; 45, Molesworth's (Lachlan), good and middling, £7; 59, Glass's (Lachlan), middling, £6 9s 6d.
STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 October 1869
STOCK REPORTS, «£c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. The'following mobs of stock have crossed since our last issue:—October 9ch—5000 fat sheep, M'Crae, Darling; 1WI do., Cootnbes; 1270 do., il'Bean; 6700 do., Towns; 3900 do , Wilson Brothers; 130 head of fat cattle, Lupton. 10th—450(1 fat sheep, Wren and De 6ailly; 6000 do., Bank of Australasia ; 60 horses, Moore, Luchlan. 11th—4250 fat sheep. Hill and Co. 12th— 1400 fat sheep. Landale; 540U do., Mitchell; 225 fat cows, Jenkins ; 800 store cattle, Joachim. "Intervals of wet, with fine sunshiny weather, have characterised the past three or four days. We believe that the occurrence of such rains as we have been visited with is unprecedented in these parts at this season. Several gentlemen who hare been resident in this and the neighboring districts for many years past, state that such a season has not been known within their ex perience. The results are beginning to make themselves manifest in a most beneficial and gratifying ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 16 October 1869
Hollotvay's Ointment and Pills. — Abscesses, Erysipelas, Piles.—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, whoso baslifulness sometimes endangers life. A littlo attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling ex. penso, will enable the most diffident to conduct any oaBe to a happy issue without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. The ointment arrests the spreading inflama tion, retrains the excited vessels, cools the overheated akin, alleviates threbbing 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's Pills are to be taken, that their purifying and regulating powers may assist by adjusting and strenthen ing the constitution.—Advertisement. Wanted. WANTED several Shearers immediately at Restdown Station. 636 WANTED a large quantity of ...
INKY IMPY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 16 October 1869
INKY IMPY. The following further extract from Inky's new poem is the last we shall give. We make this announcement lest our readers should be placed in dread of being deluged with Benalba's stream:— SABBATH IN THE BUSH. Benalba's stream looks blythe to-day So brightly sparkling on its way Past green Tuamba Dala ; 'Tis such a lovely time of year, The spring well sped, the summer near, No wonder joy is dancing here, And beauty lifts her veil. The earth and air with gladness teem, And ravished seems the sunlit Btream, As now witli ling'ring paoe, It winds from out the mountains' gloom Through fields of light and sweet perfume, Where thrills the golden wattle bloom In aot to kiss its faoe. What great High Priest holds alter here,. WhoBe admonition sounds so olear, Below, around, above ? What solemn voice that seems to Bay, From granite rook and heather spray, " Remember ye the sabbath day, " And worship God in love ?" We hear it in all sean and lands, In orowded street, on desert sands,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 16 October 1869
IMPOUNDING?. •' ECtlUCA. Impounded 8lh September; trespass, Gd. • Strawberry bullock, cock liorns, slit off ear, qSI off rump, 2 near rump. Impounded 9th September; trespass Is 6d each. Twelve head of calves, steers and heifers, hole in off car, D near tump. If not clnimed and expenses paid, will be Bold on 13th October, 18G9. GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkceper. Merchandise. O xNT SAL E, By the undersigned, at Lowest Current Rates. Ploughs. Sellar's, Lennon's, Ransome's, Howard's, Horns- ' by's, &o. Ploughs—Moulding, Pony and Vine Harrows—Light, medium and heavy Chaff Cutters—Assorted sizes and makes Com and Chaff Cutter combined—A most useful article Jlould Boards, Shares, Skim Coulters, Trace Chains Blcestoke of Vkev Best Quality. Swingle Trees, Fencing Wire Horse-powers, Whim-work Fittings, Soarifiers Cheese Presses, Churns, Milk Pans, and other Dairy Utensils Grape Mills, Vignerons' Pruning Shears, Knives, &c. Trussing and Thatching Rope, Digging pades, Forks, &...
STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 15th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 16 October 1869
STATE OF TQK RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 15th October. The Murray (wharf guage) is 16ft Oin above the summer level. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TnE IIimiiAY. Albury .. 12ft Oin above summer level. Wahgunyah . . lfift llin „ „ Swan Hill . . 9ft 8in ,, ,, Euston .. 8ft Oin „ „ ThB JlURItUMMDOER. Bttlranald .. 7ft Oiu above summer level. Hay . . .. 10ft Gin „ ,, , Wagga Wagga . • 17ft Oin ,, GunJagai . . 10ft Oin „ ,,
CRICKETERS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 16 October 1869
CRICKETERS' BALL. The members of the Echuca Cricket Club have finally resolved on giving a ball to cele brate the opening of the season in the Town Hall on the 9th November. The motives which prompted the cricketers to take this step are most creditable to them, and will no doubt be warmly appreciated by the com munity generally. The Committee of the Common School have for a long time been perplexed by a want of funds to enable them to proceed with certain necessary extensions and repairs, and the proceeds of the ball are to be handed over to them fot those purposes; or, as they propose to the erection of a new school-bouse. It matters very little which, as far as the generous and characteristic im pulses of our friends of the willow are con cerned, and we hope they will 'receive such a measure of support as they well deserve. We are mistaken if their ball will not be the most successful affair of the kind that has ever taken place in Echuca since the celebration of the opening of t...
RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 16 October 1869
RACE MEETING. The adjourned first annual general meeting of the Eohuoa Race Club was held yesterday afternoon at the Bridge Hotel. Mr Archer was voted to the chair. He Baid the meeting should have taken place on the 1st October, and had been convened for that date, bat in consequence of the paucity of the attendance, it had been adjourned. The object of the meeting was the re-election of a committee and officers for the ensuing year. He would proceed to business at once by calling on the secretary to read the financial report. This was read by Mr O'Dwyer, and has already appeared in our columns. The report, on the motion of Mr Shackell, seconded by Mr M'Cullocb, was adopted. The meeting then proceeded to the election of a committee, after which it adjourned. A committee meeting was held immediately afterwards, we understand j the stewards and officers were duly elected, and the committee adjourned until Monday evening next at eight o'clock at the Bridge Hotel.