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GOOLWA October 17. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

rjnnT.Wd nun nwv rftnnw.CTJnwncN'p ^ Ontober 17. 1869. I The steamers continue to arrive with wool from the Upper rivers. The last arrivals are the Blanche and the Jupiter, the former with 150, and the latter with 297 bales of wool. The whole of this, with the exception of 25 bales is consigned to Melbourne. The Coonatto is still loading with wool for Lon don at Port Victor; I believe she will be ready for sailing the first week in November. The fine rains we have experienced here ap pear to have extended to the Darling. We have news here from Wilcannia, by which we learn thut heavy showers had fallen there, and it was reported there that rain in good quantities had fallen higher up. However, there was no intelligence of a rise by the then last mail from Bourke. The Blanche took a trip to the Murray mouth last Thursday, and had a large party of ladies and gentlemen on board. They had beautiful weather, and enjoyed themselves very much. There is very little stirring that would be of....

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. In the Echuca Police Court, yesterday, before the Police Magistrate, Mr Langford, John Ganes was charged with deserting from H. M. Service, and was remanded for a week at the request of the police John Donald son was fined 5s. or twenty-four hour's in the lock-up for drunkenness. Richard Hay, charged with horse-stealing, waB remanded to Moama. He bad obtained a horse from Mr Matthews of Moama, and immediately after offered it for sale in Echuca. Christopher Dunn v. Hugh Lynoh—claim for wages of £29 3d. Verdict for amount, with £1 2s. costs, or distress in default. G. Stubbs v. Tussell, for £4. goods sold. Order for amount, with 5s. costs, or distress in default. W. Buchanan v. Dayid Bowen, £2410s 8d. for wagjs. No appear ance of either party. A charge of assault preferred by Mary Ann Stephens, against Mary Horsnell, wis dismissed, as was also a charge of wilfully" destroying: property, brought by H. P. Taylor against Thomas Corven.

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

SHIPPING. ECHUCA ARRIVALS. Oct. UU—Mverine, and barge ,i»acniftn, Bowers master, from Bay, withtfOO bales of wool. W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. Oct. 20—Wahgunyah, Pape master, from Barmah, with 200 bales of wool. W. i[*Cullooh and Co., agents. Oct. 22—Wentworth, nnd barge Menindie, Dorwood master, from Hay, with 850 baled of wool. W. &£'CuU "loch and Co., agent*. " Oct. 22—Bogan, with two barge*, Randall, master, from the Murrumbidgee, with 1200 bales of wool. F. Payne, agent. DEPARTURES. Oct. 20—Jane Eliza, Banks master, for Wahgunyab, —with 50 tons t>f cargo. John Orr, agent. Oct. 22—Cumberoona, and barge Howlong, Mace master, for Albury, with 130 tone of cargo. John Orr, agent. Oct 22—Waradgery, Foord, master, for Wahgunyah, with general cargo. John Orr, agent. v • Oct 21—Wahgunyuh, and barge Harriet, Page master, for Tocumwal, ia ballast. \\r. M'Culloch and Co., agents. The Alfred arrived at Hay y&sterday evening, and is now loading wool for tins port. The Al...

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

SHiiipinj;. vj^ TTICTOE' HARBOR TO LONDON. , \JSES2'. i • • '• The ''Orient"-Liner, "coonattoi', '.lb\ 633 tons, Al 14 years, J. N, Smart, Commander. .This noted-clipper will be despatched for February :Wool Sales, 1st November. : • For terms of. freight apply to -j. ' j ■ ■■■>■ .JOSEPH STILLING & CO., j : V Adelaide. • To;be;followed by other vessels, should induee inent offeri;, 517, Wool, Stations, Ag-eneies, »vc JQALMAHOY CAM PB ELL. & CO.. ■s :: i Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, rr. 6 7 j Q u E b n.., 5 T il e B Tf , ' ; Iambs Mann, representative at Deniliquin. ; ..Q-. Foesyth &.Co., 'do. Wagga Wagga Do , do. ' Dubbo r;-', • , ''' V ' 308 Advances on Station Properties. Ta ' 'HE !*TRUSjE anil ISjsENCY' COMPACT Y of ^ AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of oapital foi ■ - investment are prepared to make ' Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates ' On : Squatting Properties In VrcTouiA and New South Wales. i Bright Buotheus & Co, Managing...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 26th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

. DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 21th Ootober. | The crossings hero during, the week have been as follows:—On the 13th—1800 fat sheep, Broad's; 3000 dn.t Brown's, from the Tuppal; 6400 do., Brown and Walker's; and 2100 do, Melbourne Banking Company. On tbe 14th—2000 fat sheep, of Dickson's passed, fol lowed by 4500 of M'Caughey's. 2000of Town'p, and 3000 of Tully's. On the 1.5th—2400 of Haines's went on to market, and 4'2u0 of Iiealy's. On the 18th—2000 of R, Patterson's," and'4000 of Dalgcttv, Blackwood and Co.; j and to-day, 2300 fat sheep, unshorn, of Wren and | Desatlly's. In all 40,200 fat sheep through for market, j In fat cattle we had to-day 3f0 prime, Keighran's; and i in other stock crossing, on the 14th, 1803 store ewes and [Jambs, Bare's, an-l on the I8th, 38 horses, belonging to Messrs Peppin and Son*, On the same day 107 rams, I belonging to Messrs Wolsclcy, Gibbs and Co., went by for the Wagga Show, and among the lot were the cham pion ram and his mate. Among stock nea...

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STOCK REPORTS, &o. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 23 October 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &o. Riverine Set-aid Office, Friday Evening. The following mobs ot stock nave crossed since our last issue:—October 20—4000 fat sheep, Field, Darling. 22nd—2000 do., Vergo, Lnchlan; 18 0 do;, M'Donald; 23O0 do., King and Cunningham, Darling. Our Hay correspondent, writing on the 20th instant, reports:—"Shepherd's cattle, and Broad's do., passed through hero last *veek, and will uo doubt be at Denili quin.by this time. Two large mobs of cattle (Bannister's and Kerr's) crossed here on Monday. Our Lower Loddon correspondent informs us that the existence of scab among the flocks on the Reedy Lake run is denied. It is to be hoped this may prove to be. true, as otherwise the sheep above on the Loddon, and on the road to Melbourne, will have been greatly endangered by the passage through Kcedy Like of flocks of fat sheep from the Murray. It must be u great relief to sheepowners on the line of route to be assured that the run is clean. Our correspondent, however, omit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

Notices umler the land Act. T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that I have this X day applied to the President of the Board of Land aod Works for a License to Occupy 80 aores of Land, allotment 10 Parish of Rochester, under tiie 42nd section of the Amending Land Aot, 1865. JOHN FARRELL QUADE. Mr Byrne, Contraot Surveyor. : 23rd October, 1865. ... 27 ' Election Notices. ECHTJCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD ELECTION. 11 HE Eohiioa' Road District having been divided' into Sab-divisions by the Governor-in Conncil, by a Proclamation bearing date the 13th day of October, 1869, and Gazetted on the 22nd of the said month, under thenamesof the Eastern Sab-division and the Western Sub-division, I Hereby Give Notice, that an Election of Three Members for the Eastern Sub-division of the said District, to fill the vacancies occasioned by the retirement of Messrs Glass, Nash, and Mackenzie, will take place on FRIDAY, the 12th day of NOVEMBER, 1869, at a place to be hereinafter . appointed by the Governor-in Council. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

Holloway's Ojntment and Pills.—AbsceBBes, 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 bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling ex pense, will enable tho most diffident to conduct any j case to a happy issue without exposing secret infirmities I to anyone. "The ointment arrests the spreading inflama ! tion, restrains tho excited vessels^ cools tho overheated skin, alleviates threbbing and smarting pains, and gives great ease. The printed directions for tho use of the Ointment also clearly point out whon and how Hollo way's Pills are to be taken, that their purifying and regulating powers may assist by adjusting andstrenthen ing the constitution.—Advertisement, Wanted. WANTED a Barmau or Barmaid; also, a Laundress and Housemaid. Apply Com mercial Hotel. ...

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SUBDIVISIONS OF THE ECHUCA ROAD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

SUBDIVISIONS OF THE ECHUCA ROAD DISTRICT.. By an (frder in Council, the Echuca Road District has been divided into two separate Electoral Subdivisions in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act, 1863. They are designated the Eastern and Western subdivisions.. The former compre hends all. that portion of the district lying to the eastward, and the latter, all that portion lying; to the westward of the Goulburn river. The boundaries are published in the Gotfern ment Oazette, of Friday last.

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SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

SWAN HILL. ("from the. funtman. Since my last we have bad another splendid fall of rain, Botnethlng over one and a-half Inches, and that, added to the former bounti ful gifts of old Aquarius, has regularly saturated the ground, and the last few £ne warm days have made the. grass take a fresh, and apparently permanent growth. I saw a gentleman from the back country the other day, and from him I learned that , all the tanks are filled again, so that as far as grass, and water go I think the good folks in otir immediate district will be able to wag through the approaching summer pretty comfortably. Even our common is beginning to look-green, and the owners of our dairy herds are rejoic ing accordingly. By the bye, talking of our common, I wonder when it is to be handed over to trustees ? I am growing anxious about the matter, for I am getting tired of this punt business. I am due 'Tor a change now, and am thinking of applying for the billet of herdsman. I feel I could perform that duty...

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WYUNA WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

WYUNA WOOL."; We have before iis extractsfrom theLon don catalogue of wool sales in March, 1868, and February, 1869, showing the prices rea lised for the wod grotfn at Wyuiia station, in onr immediate district. In 1868, there were 209 bales, sold, at prices varying from Is lOd to 2s Id, the average being1 slightly over 2s. In February, 1869, a period it will be remembered of very great depression in the market—tlie prices ranged from Is 5Jd to Is 7id; averaging about is 6£d, pieces and locks bringing Is and iOdj as against Is 4d and lljd, in 1868. The quality and get up of the wool are reported upon as follows:— " The condition is simply perfect, and with its deep grown compact staple, and its bright lustre, the wool belongs to the most perfect specimen of its kind. The quality is coarse, and should not be allowed to proceed further in this direction. But if it be held where it is at present, it is in conjunction with a clear rooted, long, and elastic staple, preferable to a fibre t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [advertisement.] A HARD CASE. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—i have, along with, my son, who is a minor, been .for months in the employment of Mr Higgins; at Cornelia Creek Station/ On the 5th instant I applied to Mr Lynch, the superintendent, for wages due to .us, the amount being l39 os 3d.' I- was told i could only obtain wages from the :16th.of August, as from that date the station had belonged to a bank in Melbourne. I had never to my knowledge changed my employer. I was not I paid to 16th August, and I had no idea I was working for anyone except Messrs Glass aud Higgins. I therefore took out a summons against Messrs Glass, Higgins and Anderson, and on Friday last obtained, from the Police Magistrate, a verdict for my wages, with costs, or distress in default, but 1 hear the people who employed me, or the bank,'have appealed, and as I am a poor,man, and know, nothing of law matters, I really cannot make out when- I am to get the wages i ha...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 23rd October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

DENTLIQUIN. ■ —>. •Pastoral-Timea Office, 23rd October."" j Our Mulwate correspondent states that 300 fat cattle crossed there on'thellth,Ljwd 250_.on Sundav_(Keigli ran's~)~l)iniiliqum stock agents are becoming; bus}', and from the larjrenumberof f.it cattle going to Victoria, beef can hardly ^be^expected to^.calisejiigh prices^thcre for some time:;/The Riverine ;rhne_will this' season be pretty weifcleared of their surplus stock, and the stoek ! owners have now an excellent opportunity of fattening ! off all their inferior^ cat|le_and ehe^p." The feather is hot and threatening more rain: Hirers filling1 rapidly. The following are the crossings for this week, and the remarks incidental thereto:—18th—R. Patterson's 2000 fat sheep; Peppin's 38 horses.—19th — Woleeley, Gibbs, and Co.'s 107 rams for the Wagga Show, among them the Champion and his mate; Dalgetty, Blackwood, and Co.'b 4000 fat sheepr\ 20th~ Wreu and TDcsuilly'e 2S00 fat sheep, John KeighranV300 hrad Of fat*" cattle. 2...

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PUBLIC MEETING. THE ECHUCA WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

PUBLIC MEETING. THE ECHUCA WHARF. ••••"• " Last evening a publio meeting, oohvened by. l is Worship th? Mayor, in compliance with an influentially signsd requisition, waB held in the Town Hall, for the purpose of fcdcpting a course Which will have'the effect of bringing about a reformation of the ' grievances "under which the town is at present suffering, in outineotion with the management of: the Wharf. r The Mayor, having taken the chair, read the requisition and itated th'e object of the mee irig. ' f Mr Stiackell addressed the meeting at some length, and having pointed out the particular grievances to whioh the townspeople were sub- | jected, and moved the following resolution "That this meeting consider it desirable that steps should be taken to place tlioraidants of this (own more on an equality, wi:h reforenoe to freight and other matters in connection with the liailway, they being at- present oharged more for both receiving and forwarding goods than the residents of ■ Melbou...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening. 26th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

• I u°';o3i«£Tte :j!1' ECHUCA. Tucsdav Eveniner. 26th Octohcr. The iSTurraYj (wharf; guagej "'is 20ft 9in; above the: Buramer'Ievel.*' " ■* [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] j'S rt o rp .Tue M-Uuuay., n - ' lAlbury/ v.- j. C'Oft >'8in ' ' i I Wahgunynh jSwan Hill lEuston iBalranald ;Hny a Wa" jWS! ;Gundagai ^ 0 15ft Oin above summer level, . . lift 2in „ , . lift jOin ( ... „ TlIK1 'MTJIIRUMBID GE E. ^ ,, 10ft Oin above summer level, 18ft 6in tf a. /. -i „ „ .. '8ftk"0iii ,,

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ECHUCA MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

ECHUCA MEAT PRESERVING COM : PANY. The first ordinary meeting1 of the share holders of this company, was held at the Com mercial Hotel, on Friday last. Mr F. Payne occupied the chair, w.ho stated that the object of the present meeting was to elect directors and officers. Messrs IL P. Taylor, E. Ho man, and D. J. Coghill were appointed scrutineers. The following gentlemen were appointed directors of the company, Messrs Payne, Symington, jQarlot, 'Jennings, Red man, Ford, Mauusell, Hansen, and Smyth. The following appointments-were' also made, JlrDagnell, auditor,, and Mr: Wylie, mana ger and secretary of the company for six months, at a salary of £350 per annum. It was resolved on the motion of Mr M'Arthur, seconded by Mr H. P. Taylor, that no remu neration be given to, the . retiring or present directors. Mr M'Arthur moved that the further remuneration of the secretary pro tern if any, be left to the directors. Seconded by Mr M'Culloch, and carried. The meeting then closed. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

-NOTICE TO AUYBRTISEUSyAN^SUBSCRICEKS.r j .. Subscribers and Advertisers wishing to discon tinue their Subscriptions or. withdraw their Advertise ments, must give notice IN WRITING to the " Business Manager

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STRAY STRAWS. " Out of evil cometh good!" [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

STRA? STRAWS. [by watch em.l " Oat of evil oomeih cood !" What is all this row about the bad niannge ment in the working erf. che Bcbuca wharf? That was. the first question that I was asked on Saturday morning on making my appear ance on the rialto! I turned upon the sapient individual making- the enquiry, and looked a whole cutler's shop at him. I was about to lay violent hands upon h» person and throw him from the giddy heights—top of the wharf—into the river, when he, gasping and in half stifled accents, told me that he was a stranger. I loosed my hold, when the luckless wretch dropped upon his knees and offered up a prayer—oath, I mean—and asked me how he could possibly bo expected to know any thing of our grievances. The ingeniousness of this remark, coupled with the fact that a policeman had made his appearance a short distance off, and was making towards us, unmanned me. I lost no time in assisting the breathless sufferer to rise from the ground, and suggested that 8 little J...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY OCT. 27, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

ECB.UCA, WEDNESDAYOCT. 27, 1869. WiTH:ireference:,to;,Blr.Zeal's circular on the economical method of constructing the north eas'ern line of railway, the ICyneton Observer„ remarks, that " the most economical method^ of constructing"{Katline^ )8„to construct it on "paper alone." We quite-3gree with pur con ^temporaryj'=:ahd"-only - wish wecouldthink' there was any cliance of hisiden beingacted upon But unfortunately for the'course, of true, pro gress in"Australia, the publicmind is'so deeply imbued: withs fheb notiongthaC Ithere; can ibeiio advancement -without ^railways,- that 'it1 is almost useless to •"expect'that jiby 'considerable1 .portibn'o'f'the^'commuiiity^couid- be persuaded! that it would not be a .great, national, disaster to! foregttv thev4zpehditnre''of 'ever so'many millions im-theirjiimmediate formation.. ' We are quite aware that it is rank ;lieresy:iri tbe: eyes-of-a-majority-of-the people of this country toj say a wor.d-in] depreciation of'these Iworks. But.nnder....

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INKY IMPY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

INKY IMPY. Our Inky informs us that a large, number of his friends and admirers (!) • have requested him to ask.us. to, publish some, .more of his Benalba Creek verses; but' hfe'says it would spoil the story of-Effie Adair : to give it in a fragmentary way. He therefore begs to pre sent instead the following excerpt , from ano ther piece of his— THE BLIND GIRL. Pity the poor t>lind girl , . , ,. StuDned by the ceaseless whirl . ' Of living aid 'seeing things Crossing her path to-day) ..' ' r, How olose to the wall she olingS ' ' Groping her .darksome way, While every moment brines Bome cause of fresh delay ! ; " Oh, watch—as her hands shewrings. Poor soul, in her sad dismay, And backward her treBsea flings—': What do'.h Bhe seem to say ? This prayer from her spirit springs* ; Thus seem her lipsto pray— " Oh for a birdie's wings To bear me away, away j" Pity the poor blind gir! 1 Big is the glittering pearl That trembles beneath the lid Shading her sightless, eje; For hear—by a fl...

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