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

IMPODNDINGS. ,, , ECHUCA. Impounded 13th October; trespass, Gd. Roan horse, switch tail, star, collar marked, number of scars near and off rump, TVH-nenr shoulder. If not claimed and expensespaid,will be sold onl7th November, 1869. " r. 1 " " GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkeeper. Jlercliandise. O N S A L :E, By the undersigned, at ' . Lowest Current Rates. Ploughs. • - Seilar'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 Corn and Chaff Gutter combined—A most useful article Mould Boards, Shares, Skim Coulters, Trace Chains i Bluestone op Veky 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, &a. Trussing and Thatching Rope, Digging pades, Forks, &c. ; i Mining Material. Blasting Powder, Fuse, Steel, .Hammers, Pick...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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NEWS BY THE 7 MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

N EWS '• BY THE 7 MAIL." s. The branch mail steamer Alexandra,arrived at Glenelg,.nt-9 o'clock on- SunHay .morning1.... There is'no political riewjj MiniWars having'^ been ;all absent in-the country, at the time of the departure of the mail,. jGreat excitement prevailed in Iraland-on the land, question* The:illness of the Emperor of the French, has! affected every money market, and troubled every court in Europe, fie was recovering .however, and confidence was being restored. Spain was tranquil. Friendly relations were, ■being'established between Austria andPrussi'a. The American Minister had been withdrawn from Cuba. Very stormy weather had been', experienced - around tba English coast. Thff Czar of Russia was recovering from a serious illness. The deaths of Lady Palmerston and the Bishop of Exeter are announced. The St. Leger was won by Pero Gomez, and the Yorkshire handicap by-G.eanC des Bataiiles. . Victorian debentures were 114$; Sydney par j Consols, 92§. The wool market was s...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

s in p> T.'n gJ . e C'H urp,U. AIUlTTALSj Oct. 23rd — G>rowa, pnd; barg$ Wifigafatta,!*Pierce'^ master, with 150?t ?n3 of wheat: and <wool, *Cro'm; .Wnlfc gunyah. F. Hogarth, agent^^' x ^v Oct. 25th—Jane Eliza, Banks, master, from Wah gunyah, with 50 tons of wool »nd wheat; John Orr, agent. "Wahgunyah, and barge Harriet, Page, master, from Tocumwal, with 350 bales wool; Wm. iPCulIoch and ■Ca^rjig^ats^-. — 1 j — ■». ■ . ^ _ "7j"'JpEfARTURW.v •" t:r Oct. 23rdr--T^entworth, and barge Menindi, Dorward, iha8t^rf for—Hay» with-a: general. cargo.T^jym.TAl-Cul^ locli and'Co., agents. ' . Oct. 25th."A^elaifle? and-baf^e ^EchyenV "W", Pullar, master, for~S wan-Hill,—with-39 tons wire ;-Fr~Payne7~; ngent. Corown, Pierce, ma«tert.for Wahgiinyah,,with 70 tons cargo"; V. Hogarth, agent'. t ^ H •' * *"5 , i

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

Shipping". irlCTOR HARBOR TO LONDON.— ffiPBx y The " Orient" Liner, « CO ON A TTO," B33 tons, Al 14 years, J. N. Smart, Commander. This noted olipper will be despatched for February "Wool SaleB, lstNovembefi FortermBof freight apply id JOSEPH STILLING & CO., ; Adelaide. To te followed by other vessels, should indace ment 'offer. 617-• Wool, Stations, Ag-enctes, iVc J^ALMAHOT CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle 'Salesmen, , 6 7, QUEEN STREET. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. I G. Fohsyth & Co., do. "Wagga VVagga Do do. Dabbo . . 308 Advances on Stati6n Properties. The TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of :: A08TRALASIA(Limited), .Having1 now,V' large amount of capital foi ' ' investm'ent'We prepared to make Liberal Cash: Advances ' at 'Uedttced Rates On Squatting Pboperties In Victoria ' aito New Sooth Wales. SitionT Brothers & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne.' 519 Jfotlccs. ; : CAUTION. ANY perBon found trespassing on the Per...

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SANDHURST. Tuesday,,26 th October, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

SANDHDKST. j; (From ooa Own Correspondent.) Tuesday, ,26 th October, 1869. M .487 cattle—fall of about a,pound a- head; 12 calres; ,2935 sheen—from.lrto la C'J rise; S50 lamb9—best in '68 6(i>Sv' x , Cattle—213, Hall's (Hulloo), good, but showed their long journey—bullocks £6 7s, cows £5 13s 9d; 262,j Goudge and Whately, well-bred cattle, but came a long" journey, £5 9a—balance odd lots.

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 October 1869

stock; ..reports, ;£c. r .^^..SirerinclIei-aM ^«,TueadayjEvoning".; The following moos of stock have crossed Eince our last issue:—October 24—2200- fat'sheep, To'vI].send, Darling. 25—ISO fat-cattle, Broad;" 2DuO fat sheep,^ Patterson; .liO.fat. cattle' from Iiooli^al. ; 2G—'2800 fat] sheep, Wreil and Desailly; 19. horses^ Goldsbrough and:* Co : 120 fat cattle, Breiiiah,' fSllabom; 100 fat cattle, Parker.and ,Oo.,~Conargo;-317 do., Rude], tHbwlong;; 853W., Murray,\Gulgo..,. . t It is very desirable' that Iho attention of'the Minister of Lands, anjl of Railways, should be directed, to the applications made lost- week'-for land' under the J42dd' clause of the Amending Land Act.on the_Echuoa Com mon. This Common, althongli u=ed by'the townspeople, may be considered^ as a Government reserve fortBtock "travelling: to. market!by:the' railway; arid" also for the. large t'numbcri of.}working.- cattlte'"arriving; from■ .''tike" Itiverinc districts' with wool, -nnd.jfjr'loadingfat<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

IMPOTJ NDINGS, ECHUCA. Impounded 13th October; trespass, 6d. Roan horse, switch tail, star, collar marlted. number of BCais near and off rump, WH near shoulder. j If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 17th November, 1869. * ' GEORGE JAMESON, Poundkeeper. Lowest Current Rates. : Ploughs. / SellarV, Lennon's, Ransome'a, Howard's, Horns- j by'e,. &o. Ploughs—Moulding, Pony and Yine Harrows—Light, medium and heavy Chaff Cutters—Assorted sizes and makes Corn and Chaff Cutter combined—A most useful 'article . Mould Boards, Shares, Skim Coulters, Trace Chains Bltjf.stone of Veey Best Quality. Swingle Trees, Fencing Wire Horse-powers, Whim-work Fittings, ScarifierB' Cheese Presses, Churns, Milk Pans, and other Dairy Utensils Grape Mills, Vignerons' Pruning Shears, Knives, &o. Trussing and Thatching Rope, Digging . pades, Forks, &c. Merchandise. S A L . e; By the nndersigned, at Mining Material. . ; Blasting Powder, Fuse, Steel, Hammers, Picks, Handles Mac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

Hollow ay's Ointment and Pills. — Premature Decline.—The unwary and thoughtless may save them selves a sea of future troubles by an early recourse to these excellent curatives. All blotches from whatever cause arising, all enlargements of the glands wherever situated, irritating sores and debilitating discharges, may be Bafcly and certainly cured by employing Hoi. loway'a Ointment and Pills, in accordance with the instructions wrapped round each pot and box. No ti-nidity need deter the weakest from applying to these restoratives, which exert tlie threefold qualities of purifying,,tegulatjng, and repairing without disturbing the stomach, annoying the nervoUB Bystem, or rendering confinement to the bouse necesBary. Holloway's medica ments will stem the source of many maladies, which, when neglected, perpetuate misery.—Advertisement. Wanted. WANTED one or two respectable Girls, aB Apprentices or Improvers to the Dress making. Mrs Tapley, High-street, Echuca. 127 Wotlces. NOTICE. THE Pa...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 29th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

STATE OP THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Fridav Evenine, 29th October. The Mcrha.y (wharf guage) is 21ft 7in above the summer level. TBY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The MuruiAY. Albury .. 7ft (Jin „ . ,, Wahgunyah . . " 13ft Oin above summer level. Swan Hill .. lift 3in ,, ,, Euston .. lift 4in „ „ TlIE XltlREUMIlIDOEE. Balranald .. lift Uiu above summer level. Hay ... . . _ 19/t lOin „ WogBa.Wojjga*. ' . 9ft Oin „ "< • „ Gundagai . . Oft Oin t, ,,

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HAY. 27th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

HAY. Tfrom our own correspondent.! ' 27th October, | Talking1 about a rise in the' river, we have one now with a vengeance—bank and bank, and the cry is still it rise9. The punt stopped working to-day, and the mail had to come across in a boat. ■ I wonder when this state of things will be remedied, and we shall be the possessors of a bridge ? I am afraid not until we'choose for our representative in. the Council a man tfho lias the welfare ;of township and .townspeople, at heart, and is less wrapped up in: squatting interests than our. present member is. Aprop-.s of the mail robbery, the police have made an arrest, the groom at the Pine Ridge having been taken up on suspicion, and at present he is in the lock-up. here. If there is any clue at all the mystery is bound to be cleared up, as such a large mail cannot easily have been removed far without somebody meeting with' the parties who had it. At the police court on Saturday, W. L. Smith, a storekeeper, was summoned on two charges ...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

ECHTJCA, SATURDAY, OCT. 30, I860. In the protection of the revenue a Govern ment official will no doubt occasionally have unpleasant duties to perform, and may possi bly make some enemies. He must be par ticularly unfortunate, however, if, in ttiis colony, his lot is. cast among a set of people so intent on defrauding the State of its just dues that he cannot avoid being in perpetual hot water with them, and exciting, the animosity of a large number of persons. Of course, there are those in every community who require looking after, as if there were not there would be little necessity for tbe appointment of officers for the detection of defaulters' Butr thst'is surely an unparalleled state of society in which high and low and rich and poor and employer and employed contumaciously set up. their backs against the law,' and ' fiercely display their teeth at its officers. Tills was the condition of the gold diggers as it was viewed by the authorities of Victoriarin the:days of Governor ...

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LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

LECTURE. " Faith Run Mad" was the title of a lecture delivered by the :l<ev. 'W. H Fitchett, on Wednesday evening1 .last,, in the Wesleyan Church. The. text was rather a puzzling one, and various conjectures were hazarded as to what the lecturer Would make of it. He began by stating tliat the lecture had been composed when he was a theological student, and was originally 01 such a length, that it occupied over two hours in the delivery. He would however, on this occasion curtail it considerably, and b? thought his audience would feel obliged to him for doing so. We do not believe they did though. At all events we are sure there were some who would have been very glad to have listened to him for another hour, when he' came to a conclusion The Rev. A. Mackie occupied the chair, and in a few appropriate remarks, introduced the Rev. Lecturer, the choir having previously sung an anthem. The lecturer began by saying that infidels were fond of assuming that belief in the bible w...

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

ECHUCA POLICE,COURT. . ,0n Tuesday lust, Defore the Police Magis trate, and Mr James Shackell, James Mackin* tosh was charged by the Crown Lands Bailiff of the district, with having' illegally con* structed a tramway on crown-lands without license for o6c'u'pyihg the same. Mr H. P.; Taylor appeared for the, defendant.: Mr' Stephenson,the Crown Lands Bailiff' deposed that.MrMackintosh had built a-tramway from:. the ri^er, for the purpose of londing timber at his saw mills;! , Ttie tramway was on reserved: land, for which'the defendant held no occupa-; tion license.- For the defence it' was'stated; 1 that the defendant h'ad.Aade'applicaltibn;for tt^e use .of the land,' arid was ready to pay for, it>. and that ;the application was- still. under, consideration by. [the Board ofvLand . and: Works,; as defendant had- received no reply, hitherto. 'The tramway was partly built-' on defendant's purchased land, and had never-been1 put together,b.Ut parts of it were merely placed' on the re...

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THE RUNNYMEDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

THE RUNNYMEDB RACES. The race meeting1 at Runnymede com menced on Thursday. About 300 persons were present. The first event was the Maiden Plate, of 10 sovs, for all' horses that never won an advertised prize; distance one mile and a half; weight for age—For this race there were only two entries, Mr Boyle's Riverina and Mr Barrow's Alice, and the former was landed an easy winner. Three horses entered and accepted for the Runnymede Town Plate, of 20 sovs, with a sweepstake of 1 sov to go to the second horse. Mr H. Barrow's Fair Nell, 8st 41bs, and Mr Steveson's Stafford, 8st 121bs, and Ellis, 9st 41bs. Stafford started with the lead, but was collared and passed abouS half way round by , Fair Nell who' maintained the lead to the' winning-post, coining in first by about a couple of lengths. For the Hack Race of 7J sovs; one mile heats ; for all hacks the bona fide property of residents within fifteen miles of the race course for the month previous to day of meet ing; weights- not less ...

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MOAMA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

MOAMA POLICE COURT. In the Moama Police Court, on Monday, before the Police Magistrate, Richard May was charged with horsestealing. It appeared that the prisoner had been entrusted with a horse by David Mathias, a carrier of Ecbuca, to take to the Border Inn, Moama. In place of doing so, however, be (the prisoner) crossed over the Pontoon Bridge into Echuca, and offered the horse for sale there. As the case proceeded it was evident that Mathias had himself to blame for the occurrence, both parties having been drinking together. Toe Bench taking this view, dismissed the case. On Tuesday, before the Police Magistrate, Frances Kifford was charged with being drunk and using abusive language the pre vious night at, the Border Inn, Moama. She was fined £2, or fourteen days in Deniliquin gaol. Robert Kersall was charged by Robert Tupbolrae, Deputy Registrar of Brands, with driving nineteen horses, not having a delivery note. The horses appeared by the evidence to have heen in charge of one...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council this week the Scab Bill has been read a third time and passed. The second reading'of the Land Bill has been fixed for Tuesday next. The Es sendon and Murray Railway Bill has been passed through all its stages. The Copyright Protection Bill has been read a first time. The Insolvency Law Amendment Bill has been considered in committee, and 233 clauses have been agreed to. Its further considera tion4 was postponed until Wednesday next. The amendment made by the Assembly in the Aborigines Protection Bill was agreed to. The House adjourned on Wednesday to next Tuesday. In the Legislative Assemblv, the Bill for compensating Members of Parliament has been read a second time, passed through com mittee without any material amendment#, read a third time and passed. The Copy right Protection Bill has been read a third, time and passed. The Scab Bill has been received from the Lngislative Council, with amendments. The State Aid to Religion Abol...

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THE ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

THE ECHUCA. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. A meeting of th<* Board tnolc place on the 26th October, 1869, at the Iload Board Office, High - street, Koliuca. Present: Messrs li. J. Glas-s, chairman, Jno. M'Kenzie, Capt, A. J. Anderson, and VVrn. Nash. .Tne minutes'of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and 'he follow ing correspondence read. From the hon Win. Campbell, M.L.C., asking the Boatd whether they would be willing to support a proposition that he had already made to the Board, to exchmge a portion of his purchased land near CVDea's Creek, for an equal area which form a road between allotments 95, and 9fi, Eebuoa north.. From the Office of Lands and Survey, Melbourne, request ing the Board to inform the managers of the Echuoa Common, that they were not to impound any stock depasturing upon the narrow strips of land left ns rights-of-way, betweeu the sold and selected lands, and the margin of the river. The clerk was jirected to forward a or.py of the letter just re...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

S HIP PINC v ECH'ITC-A AKRirALS. Got. .28—Waradgcry, Sugden master, from Wah gtmyaS, with 300 balea of wool. John 0it, sjent. BBrAKTDHES. Oct.~ 27—Wahgun-vah, and barge Harriett, Pa?e master, for Tocumwal, with general cargo. W. M'Cul losh and Co., agents. "Oct. 27—Bogan. and barces Paika and Nil Desperan dum, Kandell master, for Hay, with general cargo. P. Payne, agent.' Oct. 26—Jane Eliza, and barge Wangaratta. Bansk master, for Albury, with 250 tons of general cargo. John Orr, agent. The Corowa arrived at Wahgunyah, from Echuca, on Thursday night, and coiled yesterday for Echuca. The Cumberoona passed Wahgunyah yesterday, from Albury to Echuca.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

Shipping-. trICTOR HARBOR TO LONDON.— Y ' The "Orient" Liner, « CO ONA T TO," 833 tone, A1 14 years, J. N. Smabt, Commander. This noted dipper will be despatched for February ■WoolSaleq,:1st November. For terms of freight apply to ' ' : < JOSEPH STILLING & CO., rl . ■ Adelaide. To be followed by other vessels, should induce merit'offer;:: 517. Wool, Stations, Agrencles, *vc i L M A HOT G AMPBELL & CO; Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 6 7, QUEEN STREET. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. ' (}. Fohsyth & Co., do. Wapga VVagga Do' do, Dubbo ~ 308 . ! Advances on Station Properties. , ! HE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), T Having now a. large amount of capital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On Squatting Peoperties In Victoria and New South Walks, Bbight Bbothehs & Go, Managing Agents. 8olioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. : 519 Sotices. CAUTION. ANY person found trespassing on ...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 27th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 27th October. The crossings here of fat Fheep to market nave been as follow;—Oct. 22—SOW, Messrs Penpin's; fOOO Craw ford's; 22nd—5000, Lord and M'Nevin's; 28th—3700, M4£voyV, 3000 Landale's; and 1000, Watt and Thomp son's; jn all 21,600. Fat rattle—21th—200 of Rudd's; on the 25th, 162 of Warne'e; and on the 26th, 260 of Learmonth's. In other stock, on the 2Ut, Chisholm's 26 store cowb and calves aud 18 bulls (bred frora im ported stock—passed en route to NVogga; 22na-670 store cattle, Tyson's, up the river; 350 do., of Murray's, crossed, and 20 horses of Goldsbrough's. On the 26th— Coombe'e 200 store sheep, sold to Mr R. Patterson, crossed for Conargo. No sheep crossed to-day. Grace's store cattle are here, as also M'Kay's 10.j0 do. close by, and Smith's 400 fat—in the hands of Mt-ssrs Ryan and Hammond, and all under offer. In business, Mr Graves, of the above firm, reports having sold 350 store cattle, Murray and Macdonald's, to Mr R, M. Hunt, of Ball...

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