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CARANDINI CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

CARANDTNr CONCERTS. On Monday evening the people of Echt:cu bad an unexpected treat in the arrival of Madame and the Misses Carandini, with Mr Walter Sherwin, who gave a concert in the Town Hall. Although a very brief notice of their intention was given there was a good attend ance, and an excellent programme was gone through in the usual talented and charming style of these favorite nrtistes. The enter tainment was repeated last night, and on both occasions the delight of tho audience was i testified by loud and continued applause, and repeated encores which were indefatigably complied with. Madame Carandini, with her daughters Misses Rosina and Fannio, and Mr Sherwin arrived in the Waradgery from Wabgunyah, having, in consequence of the inclemency of the weather and the shocking state of the roads, left their carriage to follow them overland. It was their intention, we understand, tojhave proceeded to Deniliquin, but they have been deterred from doins: so by the rain. They now pur...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

DEATH. Freeman.—On the IGth instant, at the Horse-shoo Lagoon, Moamn, after a lingering illness, Warren, the second surviving son of Thomas Henry anil Aunc Maria Freeman, aged ten years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

IloLLOWav's Pn.ts.—These celebrated Pills aro especially useful in purifying the blood, cleansing tho stomach, gently stimulating the kidneys, and acting at mild aperients. A few doses of thia purifying medicine set'the foulest stomach right, remove all biliouo symptoms, steady the circulation, give strenth to the muscles, and composure to the brain and nerves. Ths Pills are so innoxious that they may be taken by persons in the most delicate state of health, and with marvellous cflect. When the system has been enervated by over indulgence, or exhausted by mercurial preparations these Pills are excellent restoratives; they expell all poison and enrich the blood.—Advertisement. Merchandise. Q N SALE, By tho undersigned, at Lowest Current Rates. Ploughs. Sellar's, Lennon's, Uansome'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 oombintd—A most useful artiole Mould Boards, ...

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The Riverine Herald ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

ECRUGA, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1860. . Heavy floods must follow all this rain. The rivers are all swollen, and there are large volumes of water to come down all their tributaries and feeders yet. On the whole the prospect is satisfactory. Some partial mischief may he apprehended, but the good that will be done will far more than counter balance the evil. We can scarcely expect that most of tho low lands lying; along; the rivers will escape overflowing;, and it is quite possible that some people may be driven from their Uomes, as they have been before in this neighborhood. This, as we all- know, will entail inconvenience, expense, and some loss on them. But they would have been sufferers to a far greater extent, in common with the rest of the community, had the drought con tinued. We must not complain, therefore, of a visitation which will be productive of so much general good. Some people think that as tho Murray was so very low—lower, in fact than it was ever remembered to be at the s...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

1 1 ■ . SHIPPING. E C H tr C A. ARRIVALS. Oct. 16—Jane Eliza, Banks master, from Waligunyah,: with 400 bales of wool. John Orr, agent. Oct. 17—Waligunyah, and barge Harriet, Page master, from Torumwal, with 320 bales of wool., w. M'Culloch nnil Co., agents. Oct. 17—Adelaide, and bargo Moaran, Pullar master, from Albury, with 50 tons of wheat and flour. Win. M'Culloch and Co., agents. Oct. 17—Waratlgery, Foord masler, from Waligunyah, with full cargo of wine. John Orr, Agent. Oct. 19—Cumberoona, Maco master, from Waligunyah. DKIAItTURES. Oct. 19—Wnhgunynh, Page master, for the Upper Murray, iu ballast. W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. "Wo learn by telegram that the J. H. P. arrived at Hay yesterday from Echuca. ( : The Pride of the Murray arrived on Monday at Swari Hill, on her trip to Wentworlh. The Victoria lift Swan Hill on Monday, for Wagga Wagga.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

Shipping-. -vrlCTOE HARBOR TO LONDON.— ■ injur Y The " Orient" Liner, CO ON ATT 0," 633 tons, a114 years, J. N. Shart, Commander. This noted olipper will bedcspatohed 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, Ac J-yALMAHOY. CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 67, QUEEN STREET. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. Forsyte: & Co., do. "Wagga Wagga Do do, Dnbbo 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 Case Advances at Reduced Rates On Squatting Properties In Victoria and New South Wales, Bright Brothers & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 519 Notices. CAUTION. \ .NY person found trespassing on the Per jlI1 ricoota or Tatalia Runs, or r...

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SANDHURST. Tuesday, 19th October. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

. .. SANDHURST. (From Ode Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. 19th October. 1860. 384-cattle, prices much the same; 20 calves, very good, 66a; 8619 ebeep, 1CC9 unsold, slight decline; 1183 limbs, about the same. Cattle—16, Shadbolt'o, stores; 217, Jenkins's (Mur Tumbidpee), all cowe, £518s(5il; 51, Bryant's (Edwards), good, £7 11b; 100, Lupton's (Murrumbidgce), middling, £512s 6d.

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evenine. I Tho following moos of stock have crossed since our laet issue:—Octobcr 1R—3,(i00 fat sheep, Rutherford and Co.; 31 fat cattle, Bryant; 3,020 fat 6hecp. Brooks. 18th—3,000 fat sheep, Brown, Tuppnl; 03 horses, Mae grrgor. 19th—2.100 fat sheep, Melbourne Hanking Corporation ; 4,300 do., M'Caughey; 4,COO do., Kuther ford and Co.; 2,000 do., Dixon; 1,800 do., Broad, Darling. luO horses crossed for Melbourne at Wiiti gunyah, on Thursday; and 1075 fat sheep (Murphy's) on Friday. • It would be well if the attention of the Kegistrar Generalwcro paiticularly ..directed to the very lax manner in which stock entering tho colony from Now South' Wales arc registered at this point. Many lots pass without any official record being made of them at all, and travel to Melbourne without a permit. Wo have hundreds of tiineB pointed this out, and the returns of imported stock cannot possibly be correct. Ten days are allowed for registe...

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HAY. Oct. 13, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 October 1869

HAY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Oct. 13, 1869. After some ten days rain, more or less, each day the weather has again taken up fine. The River is 10ft. above summer level, and   still rising fast. The Wentworth and Riverina steamers left here yesterday for Echuca. The Wentworth stops at M'Evoy's to take in wool. The endeavors to raise the Murrumbidgee have had to be discontinued, owing to the rising of the river, and the breaking of the tackling. Mr R. Middleton, of Hay, performed a very plucky action on Wednesday last. A son of Capt. Randell's, of the steamer Bogan, fell overboard, and but for the prompt man- ner in which Mr M. jumped in after him, and supported him until assistance arrived, would inevitably have been drowned. The action deserves much praise, as the current being very strong it was a fight for life for both parties. A telegram reached here last night, report- ing the robbing of the Hay mail between here and Deniliquin. The truth of the report has be...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

PARLIAMENT OP -VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council, on Tuesday, Mr Jenner announced that he had been ap pointed to represent the new Government in that House. The Scab Bill was further con sidered in committee and reported to the House with amendments, all the clauses having been agreed to. During the week the Water Works Commission Bill and the Customs Laws Amendment Bill have been passed through all their stages; the Insolvency Law Amendment Bill has been read a second time. The Land Bill , is to be proceeded with on Thursday next. The House adjourned on Thursday until Tuesday next. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, the; Chief Secretary stated that the Govern ment were anxious at this late period of the session to pass as rapidly as possible the measures which were urgently demanded by the country. Those measures which were not so demanded the Government would not feel justified in taking up, but the House was at liberty, of course, to deal with them. Mr Fellows withdrew th...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. STINK. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. STINK. CTo the Editor of the Riverine Sera d.) Sir,—A stranger in your architecturally nice little towD, I had to pass an evening here, when the charming; Carandinis were vocalizing at your Town Hall Walking down from the Bridge Hotel, full of anticipa tions of a delightful evening, I was positively overwhelmed — nauseated with the most abominable s'ench that ever drove intellectu ality out of human cranium. I got a fright ful headache, and even the dulcet tones of Miss Fannie were painful to my disordered tympanum. However, I sat it out, deter mined, if I could not secure auricular enjoy ment, to feast my eyes upon the elegance of the cantratici. Homeward bound, I cun ningly, as I fondly hoped, took the other side of High-street j but alas6tink pervaded the atmosphere. I went to bed, dreamed that I had been shot out of n nightman's cart, as Falstaff went out of the buck-basket into Datchet rivulet. Oh' for that pure element; and even now I am off for Melbou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

IMPODNDINGS. - ECnUCA. Impounded 13th October; trespass, 6d. ' r Koan. . horse, switch tail, star, collar marked, number „-of scars near and off rump, WH.near( shoulder. ,,-y If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 17 th. November, 1869. ....... * , . , GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkeeper. - Herclmmllse. • 0; • \ N '. s Lv_:;.E, Ti .JJj the pnderrign.eid,.ot ^vLowest JCuiTentj,iRatesJ .; '"'j! " " Troughs. Sellar's, Tiannon's/Ransome's, Howard's, Horns-' — bj'ar &o. Ploughs—Moulding, Pony and Vine Harrows—Light, medium and heavy / Chaff Cutters—Assorted sizes and makes Corn and Chaff Cutter combined—A most useful article Would Boards, Shares, Skim Coulters, Trace Chains ■ gUTF. STONE OF VEET' BE8T QuALITT. Swingle Trees, Fencing Wire Horse-powers, Whim-work Fittings, Soarifiers Cheese Presses, Churns, Milk Pans, and other Dairy Utensils j. Grape Mills, Vignerons' Pruning Shears, Knives, &e; • Trussing; and Thatching Rope, Digging pades, Forks, &c. ■ ; Miki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

Houoway's Ointment and Pillr. — Absceasce, 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 invnluablo to the young and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling ex. pence, will enable the most diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. The ointment arrests tho spreading inflama tion, restrains the excited vessels, cools the overheated skin, alleviates thrsbbing and smarting pains, and gives great ease. The printed directions for the use of tho 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 tho constitution.—Advertisement, To let. TO LET, the Large Briek Store at Moama, known aB Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moa...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 22nd October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

I . | STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHITCA. Friday Evening, 22nd October. ; Thq Murray . (wharf guage) , is 19ft iBin above the summer level. [BY ELECTRIC-TELEGRAPH.] The Mojiray. Albury .. lift' 5in „ ,, : W&hgunyab, 15ft 5in'above summer;level. Swan Hill .. lift- 5in. „ ,, ' ; Euston . -f 10ft Oiu' „ „ The Mdrrumbidgee. Balranald ... Oft Oiu above Bummer level; Hny .'. '.. 14ft Oin 1 „ ' Wagga Wagga. 20ft Oin „ „ Gundagai . . 9ft Oin „ „

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LOWER LODDON. Kerang, 19th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

LOWER LODDON. (fbojt ode ow correspondent.) &erati£, lyth Uctober. | There seems to be little doubt of our having a high flood. A telegram was re ceived to-day from the Serpentine, informing us tha't the water was a foot deep in some of the houses there, and nothing but a sheet of water was to be seen from the windows. I am keeping record of the rise and fall, of which I shall advise you. My own opinion is that we shall have a flood as high as that of 1867. Two of the dams in the river have been cut to let the water through. Should one of the main ones go I f ar those lower down would nit bear the strain, and the water now sprpad out on the plains would run back to the river bed, and come down here in great volume. It will take four or five'days to reach this. I hear that three inches of rain have fallen at Murray Downs during the last fortnight. By the way, you should sug gest that the postmasters be furnished with rain gauges; the periodical reports of the rainfall would b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

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

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HAY. 20th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

HAY. [from our own correspondent.] 20th October. bmce my last tbe township has been pretty lively; many sheds having finished, and the i shearers having dropped in for a spree. On Monday morning soma seven or eight of these gents figured at the police court, and were severally mulcted in sums varying from 5s to 20s. Neither was the spreeing confined to the shearers, as one of their squatter em ployers received a severe dragging to the lock-up, and free quarters for some few hours for being drunk and extremely disorderly; in fact, laboring under the delusion that be was a member of the P.R., and could and would lick anyone he came across. The parties he chose to practice on, however, did not appre ciate the little joke, so had him removed by the gents in blue. On finding out, however, that he was a real live squatter, theji refused to prosecute, and the gent payed a pound bail, and was released at about midnight. You may be sure he did not appear in the morning at the Court, but I ce...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, OCT. 23, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

C|e §tfterke jperalitr. ECTIUCA, SATURDAY, OCT. 23, 1869. The press generally throughout Victoria is now dealing energetically with the import ant question of the storage of water. The deep necessity for immediate attention to this matter cannot be too frequently or emphati cally brought under public attention. It is one of those things which has been too long neglected, and another year ought not to be permitted to pass away without the initiation of works of far greater magnitude than those comprehended in the Gorernment scheme. Desirable as railway extension may be con sidered, it sinks into insignifience beside the all important work of the conservation of water generally throughout the country. The force of the arguments in favor of the establishment of a rapid means of communication between the metropolis and the various agricultural and mining districts is not to be denied. But the question arises,—and it is one demanding the most serious consideration of the people and the P...

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STRAY STRAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

STRAY STRAWS. fBY WATCHEM.l I duly received your favor, JMr Editor, of j the instant, in which you so kindly offer to remunerate me for the scraps I forward you. In reply, I beg to state that I am not prepared to barter away my views for filthy lucre. If you value my opinions, and con ceive them to be correct, you are welcome to them, but you must not ask me to take pay ! I only stipulate that you shall not in any way alter my manuscript to suit your own views. If the public endorse my views, that is all I care about. I note your remarks about re ligious subjects, you may rest assured that I will not touch upon them,, for the simple reason that I never yet found two men who could thoroughly agree with each other on points of religion. What do you think of the weather ? Is it not glorious ? I have now resided in this district for many years past, and I never remember such beautiful rains as we have been having during the past three weeks. It has caused the whole district to assume a ...

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SELECTIONS UNDER 42nd CLAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

SELECTIONS UNDER 42nd CLAUSE. The Commission, consisting of Mr Lang ford, District Surveyor, Echuca, and Mr Taylor, District Surveyor, Sandhurst, eat at the District Survey, Office, Echuca, on Thurs day, the 21st instant, at 9 o'clock a.m., to consider applications under the 42nd section of the Amending Land Act, 1865. The Commission approved of 21 applications, com prising an area of 5^650 acres, 5 applications for an area of 580 acres were postponed until the sitting of the next Commission. Sub joined is a list of the applications :— The following applications were approved:— William Hicks, Parish of Kchnca North, allot ment 62, 160 aores ; Robert Leys, do. do. 70, 148 aores 38 perches; Owen Jones, do. do. 77, 148 aores 1 rood 5 perches ; George Hall, Eohuoa South, part allotment I, 160 aorea; John Webb, do. part do. L, 160 acres; William Alexander, do. part do. 113, 160 aores; John JETolloran, do. part do. J, 100 acres ; William Tealford Webb, do. part do. L, 80 aores; William St...

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