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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 30 October 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. | The following mobs of 6tock have crossed since our Inst issue:—October 27—52hor6eat Taylor, Deniliauiu. 261 mixed cattle, Loarmonth; 32 horses from Tubbo« The demand for cattle stations in New South Wales is reported to be on the increase. Some satisfactory trans actions have taken place. Store cattle are also in demand, and good prices are offered for bullocks and epeyed cows of suitable ages for fattening. The number offering is, however, very limited. Store sheep are not co much inquired for, and the demand is confined entirely to well grown wethcrB for fattening. The markets con tinue to be glutted with fat sheep, and the boiling estab lishments are kept in full work, but it would apppar they are not equal to the task of clearing the markets. A large number of fat cattle are on the roads for Sydney, and no great improvement in prices could be looked for. The weather in our own neighborhood has been dry and fine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

In a oasa lately triad nt Young, New South Wales, it was deoided that it was neeessary under the Mar/iage Aot, for- a minister Bfter removing from one district to another, to register his name and address, before he can have authority to per form a marriage ceremmy. noLLOwivr's Pills.—These celebrated Pills' are especially useful in purifying the blood, cleansing the stnnncb, gently stimulating the kidneys, and acting at mild aperients. A few doses of this purifying medicine bet 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 bo innoxious that they may be taken by persons in tho most delicate state of health, and with marvellous effect. 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 Wanted. WASTED ' a good General Servant; wage...

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NORTHERN SQUATTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

NORTHERN SQU ATT AGES. . ■ ' The season in these districts (says the Dubbo Dispatch of the 21st October) as re gards matters pastoral, could not be better. Reports from all parts of'the northwest are unanimous in pronouncing1 this one of the best years with which squatters have been blessed since 1864. The annuals are giving place to a fine growth of strong grass, which will last (even',if we'have not another shower of rain for months) right through the sum mer. The salt and cotton bush herbage on the plains is attaining a luxuriant growth ; and, when we add to this, that every natural artificial conservator is filled to repletion with the life-sustaining element, it may be well said that the prospects'; of run-owners, ■ as far as feed and water are concerned, are of the most roseate character. The musters which have taken place on the cattle stations since the breaking up of the drought, although dis closing sad losses, do not tell, so destructive-a tale as was anticipated. On a fe...

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STATE OF THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

STATE OF THE MURRAY. .V: A. much higher and more continued flood than w'e have had, was expected in the Murray after the lata heavy rains. It is falling very fast now at the head, and was yesterday only four: feet, five inches above summer level at Albury. A^t Ech'uca it has fallen nine inches since Saturday, and lastierening was twenty feet ten inches above summer level by the wharf gauge. The steamowners arid masters were looking forward to a long season of navigation, but judging from present appear ances it will not last the time that , was ..expected. • The Cumberoona is . now loading •.for Albury, and it-is to be hoped she: will have sufficient .water to reach that point in safety. >;ty: ■' ?

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

agricultural; i Hay cuttipg has commenced in ^several farms in this districs, and from: both wheat and oat crops, large quantities will be secured, a fine growth having been secured by the, late • rains. In some parts iu the neighbourhqod the" wheat'ifs ripening rapidly, and harvesting will 'probably .^commence within' a fortnight. We hear that' rust: has made its appearance in somB of the-districta of New'South Wales, but there-has been no-sign of it yet in this locality 'on' eitherside of'the Murray.Gene ■rally speaking, the harvest promises to be abundant. The crops on the whole are in a most satisfactory condition, and .the vineyp.rds and frnit gardens are all looking well, Getter in fact than they have done for some seasons. All kinds of vegetables are flourishing in a manner almost unprecedented at this time o( the year, and' flower gardens are in a state of magnificent luxuriance. A visit to Mi •ron',3. farm of Tarragon, on the Gulpa Creek, would amply repay any one intereste...

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THE RUNNYMEDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

TIIE IlUNjN'Y-MEDE RACES. The second day's racing at Runnymede came off on Friday, there being but.a poor attendance on the racecourse in comparison with that of the previous day. The weather was beautifully fine, and the sport, so far as the horse racing was concerned, very'good 5 as much, however, cannot be said of the foot racing' which, on account of the handicapping, was not at all interesting. The handicappers seemed to be of the opinion that if a man ' came from Sandhurst he was able almost to 1 race with supernatural speed, and in some ; cases some of the Sandhurst pedestrians bed to concede as much ns fifteen yards to some of | the local men in the short distance of 150 yards. Mr T. Steveson; of Sandhurst, was much more successful; so far as the horse I racing is concerned, as he managed to appro [ priate the only two rnce3 on the programme, besides winning a match for L10 aside be tween one of his horses named Stafford and Mr Barrow's Pair Nell, the distance being1 one mil...

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VICTORIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

victoria. raging club spring ;y,v';;■ meeting. ' ' " , The: weather .'on .Saturday, last—the Vic ' torikti'Derby day^-rwas'"exceedinpfly fine, and the f Flemington course >was filled wii.h an immense concourse of spectators. The racing "was splendid. Mr Bdiley's Glencoe carried away the Melbourne stakes with ease; the Hotham Handicap was won by Mr Fisher's Aurora; and the D«rby by Charon, also the property of Mr Fisher. The Essendon Stakes fell to Mr A. Saqui's Warrior, and the Foot scray Plate to Mr Keighran's Sir Walter. The first race was the Mblbourne Stakes—For which six horses started. Glencoe .preserved his repu tation as first favorite, and'after being hard held throughout the running, camo in a win ner by a length. Freetrader appeared to be the only competitcrof at all a dangerous char acter, but Gasometer also- made a goo'd ehow at the finish. Mr Bailey's oh g Glencoe, G.yrs, 9at;61b.,.... 1 Mr Barnard's oh g Freetrader, 5 yrs, 9jt 3;b.. • 2 Mr D. Patterson's br c G-som...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 20th October. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

'-DEN'IlilQTTIN. J 1 Pastoral Times Office, 20th October. The folLowm? are-Deniliquin*items1,foY the week:— Oct. 23rd—P. Brennan'a 150 fat cattle; Parker's 90 do. 24th—Kudd's 260 fat cattle. 25th—Warner's 152 fat cattle. 26th—M'Evoy's -0700 . fat sheep; Watt and Thompson's 1900 do.; Landale's 3000 do.; Learmonth's 250 fat cattle. 27th—Coombe's 200 store sheep, sold to R. Patterson, pasted tov.Cpnargo; ;28th—Gracey's GO storecattle; Learmonth's'-2000' fat fiheep; Kerr's 300 store cattle. 29th—Bailey's 4000 fat sheep. On to morrow (Saturday) there will crosB 7000 sh^ep, (Brown ■ and Co.) Eiterahank, EaglestonoJ and Co.) agents; and '-ftlOO sheep'(Mitchell's). Mr W. H. Grave3, for Kyan and Hammond, reports sale of 380 fat cattle, on account of Mr Smith, to Mr It. M. Hunt; also 65 6tore cattle,'; on account of IFr/T." J.; Grace, tp Messrs Wolaelev, Gibbs, and Co.

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

FATAL ACCIDENT. A sad accident occurred on,Monday last on the road between-Moama and'IJaraa;' J A. msn of the. name of Benson, was returning from the latter place in a sprihg'cart,; together with: two other men—the engineer and blacksmith at the Bama Saw-mills—who were coming into Echuca. ; .For some: reason or other Benson left the road and drove into a creek, some distance from the usual crossing-place, about half-way between Battia" and Moama, which is now flooded After getting into the water, which at this point is about nine feet deep in the middle, Benson became alarmed at finding that the horse was swimming, and after endeavoring to urge him on, got on to his back. By some means or other he fell or was thrown off,, and the men, who remained in the cart, saw'him rise near the horse's head, and they think he must have been struck by, the animal's fore legs, as he never rose again, but they saw his hand above water for a moment at some little distance.- Neither of the men could ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. [?] Tuesday Evening, 2nd November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

STATE OF;THE RIVERS. . . ECHrrnA. Iri03'j2-HH1Y -• ^Tueeijay'Evening,-Snd^oTeiDber.* ; THb Muehay (wbarf guage) ia 20ft lOin above the summer level. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]' .• TUE,M.USKAY.;r(r„ jnl'T' SI Wihgim'yali .f.iJ'-'9fti;9irf abiSre suMmer^Ievel!: ■ Ssim- Tf*^Sn Eustoa .. 12ft Oiu. „ „ ■ -r r> The MvitBUMBiDGEE. ^ [ ( () £j. -^Balran'al'd ~ 12ft Om abo've Bummer level. Hay . . . . 19ft lOin „ „ Wagga Wagga.. 7ft 9in „ ,, Gundagai .,..: ... 4ftf xSin f j j,i„ The lIurrumbicTgoe4it' ITay' i3 reported to be rising slowly,

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STEAMBOAT COLLISION AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

STEAMBOAT COLLISION AND LOSS ■ OF LIFE. ; ;-/U Between five and: six o'clock on' Monday morning, the steamers CumberoonaY and Wabgunyah were proceeding down, stream, the latter vessel being; ahead of the former,, in the very narrow part of the Murray running through the Moira Lakes, when the Cum beroona, with a barge in tow, pvertook her, and struck her with considerable violence. A man who was steering the barge was thrown overboard by the collision,' but he was not missed for some time, and was drowned. His name was George Skinner ; he was a native of Yorkshire, and had been engaged on the Cumberoona from the commencement of the season. Captain Mace searched for the body, which, however, was not found.' An enquiry-into the causes of the accident will be held by the local Board of Navigation on Friday, pending which'we'refrain from giving particulars. " , , :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

BAKE'HOLTDAY. OX THUB.SDA.Y nest, the 4th instant, the Banks.in_Echuoa,will be Open..from.,0 .o.m. tilpfenooironly. " • 1 ; • 1 " 66^ NOTICE TO; ADiVEliTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers and Advertisers wWiing to discon tinue their Subscriptions or withdraw their jldvcrtise ine»lsnmust ijive notice-IN WRITIHG"to t!ie'Li Musincss Manager."

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SWAN HILL. 27th October. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

; SWAN HtLiL. [from the puntman-.J " '' I too l 27th October. | ■ •o ui«e Uad more rain! Isn't it jolly? 4 friend of mine, who is in the habit of fading what scientific men write—I never teM anything myself except the novels that tueir appearance in the London Journal such like periodicals-rhas discovered ■ in the curse of his scientific mental pabulum that the unusual amount of rainfall we havo lately experienced arises from the tnonn hav ing got nearer to the earth than has been her wont. I wonder what is her reason for crim ing nearer to us ? Can it be that universal creation is thinking of coming to a regular " squash," or can it be that her inhabitants have suddenly become curious to have a look at how' we manage things down below here? There is no doubt but what we are a strange people; I1 was nearly saying a " comical" people; for don't we support three comic journals ?, and a near sight of us might repay the residents of the moon, who, I suppose, may safely be termed "lunati...

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

echuca police court. In the Police Court on Saturday, before the Police Magistrate,, Mr Langford, John Ganes was brought np on remand on a charge of desertion from Her Majesty's service, hav-. ipg been a private in the iioyal Artillery sta tioned in Melbourne. He was remanded to Melbourne. Yesterday, before the Police Magistrate, the following' small debts cases Were heard:—W. J. Rogers v Robt. Allen, , claim for £4 i9s'2d, goods^sbld ;-verdict for amount with 2s 6d costs—distress in, default.1 °ame v J. H, Pollard," claim for £15 15s 6d, 'or goods sold and; work and labor; summons Wended for one week. Wm. Westgard v ■ jwbt. Allen, claim for rent, £3 4s $ verdict wt amount, with 5s costs—distress in default. £?°. Sutton v Robt,- Allen, claim .for '£?■ '5s goods sold; verdict for amount with 2s 6d costs—distress in default. The application of harles Hart for a transfer of- publican's !<*ose for the Bell 'Rock Hotel to John Col "13 was granted; The application of: John e»y ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

IMPOUNDrNGS. KCfiUCA. Impounded 13th October; trespass, fid. Boan horse, switch tail, star, collar marked, number of scars near and off rump, WH near Bhouldcr. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 17th November, 1869. GEORGE JAMIESOJT, Poundkeeper. Merchandise. Q N SALE, 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 Corn and Chalf Cutter combined—A most useful artiole Mould Boards, Shares, Skim Coulters, Traoe Chains BlUESTONE OF VeBY best QUALITY. Swingle Trees, Fencing Wire Horse-powers, Whim-work Fittings, Soarifiers Cheese Presses, Chnrns, Milk PanB, and other Dairy Utensils Grape Mills, Vignerons' Pruning Shears, Knives, &o. Trussing and Thatching Rope, Digging pades, Forks, &c. Mining Material. Blasting Powder, Fuse', Steel, Hammers, Picks, Handles Maohine Oil, Quicksilver, ...

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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, Nov. 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

LATEST TELEGRAM. (fbosi oun own correspondent.) Melbourne, Nov. "2nd. A deputation from fichuca, consisting1 :of Messrs Shackell and Others, presented a pe tition to-day to the bqn- Minister of Lands, praying for the removal of the Crown Lands Bailiff of the district, on the-grounds of his greatly overstepping his duty. Mr M'Kean promised to refer to the Police Magistrate, and if the statements*of' the ' petitioners were corroborated by evidence, the Bailiff should be dismissed. > In the Legislative Council at discussion is proceeding on the Land Bill. 7'he Assembly is engaged on the State Aid Bill. •. 1. ; '1 ■ ■

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

shipping: e c h tjc a; 4 .. ab.rx7als. ; c •, Oct. 88.—Pride of.the Murray .ind b.'.rge Only Son, W. Davica master, from Went worth, with 4C0 bales of wool. Wra. M'Ciillocharid Co, apentg.. ' Kelpie and.barge Water-fitch, Dewing master, from Edward Jliver, with 400 bal-s of wool. Win.'SI'Culloch and Co , agents. Nov. 1.—Wahgunyah and barge Tocumwal, Page master, from Tocumwal, with 370 bales of wool. Win. M'Culloch and Co., agents. «—^Cumberocna and barge "HbwIo'ngT^Kce" master, from Albury.-vrith-full cargo of wool; flour] and wine. John 0 it, agent;' * ■ - i-- 1 ' " •'*' -- taSXS-'—US-i : " DEPARTURES.- , Nov. 1.—Pride of. Ihe Murray and barge Only Son, W. Davies- "master, for Gurinawarra, iri"baUiist. * Wm.. . -M'Culloch-and Co;, agents. ~ r i Wahgunyah and .barge Tocumwnl, Paee. master, for Tocumwal^ with general cargo. - Wm."M'CuIlocb and Co., agents. * - ' , Nov. 2.—Waradgery, W.Sugden master, for Wah gunyah, with'40 tor.s general cargo. 'John Orr, agent The Kelpie is loaded f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

Wool, Stations, Agrencles, Ac J~^ALMAHOY; CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 61, QUEEN STREET. L ■ Jjjcss Mann, representative at Deniliqoin. 0. Forsyth & Co., do. Wagga Wsgga Do do. Dabbo 308 Advances on Station Properties. THE TRU8T 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 SftCATTINS Properties In Victoria and New South Wales, Bright Brothers & Go, Managing Agents, Solioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 519 Votfccs. N O X I CE. THE Partnership in the Firm of KENTON nnd SCOTT, heretofore subsisting between the undersigned, is this day Dissolved by mutual consent. GEORGE KENTON. | JAMES SCOTT. 1 Witness—P. Landy. Mr Kenton being about to leave the district, j anyone Indebted to the late firm of Kenxon and : Scott is requested at once to Pay the Amount owing to either of the undersigned, or the ac counts must be plaoed for collectio...

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SANDHURST. Tuesday, 2nd November, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

; SANDHURST. (Fiiom Uuk Own Cohkesfonde.vt.) I uesday, 2nd November, 1869. 712 cattle—341 having been sold before the sales, about the best in, materially rose the price of the balance; 40 calves, very good, 59a ;%8t'4(5 sheep,'large supply, still trade briak\ about..8Q.CLunsold; 573 lamba, •rise'of 0d tols."" " " - " ' ' . . Cattle.—148 Warne's (Lachlan), sold privately. 8i Lord and M'Neyin, cull", of . a long journey, mob, £4 114a ; ~260:RuddV-(Mnrrumtoidgceyr'KullockV sold pri vately—cows, good, £J6 6s; .15. M'Kerina (Goulburn), small middling,"£5 14sj 78_.Parkes..(Conargo), mostly -cows,—good' and " middling", jE0 Is 9d; 127 Erennan (Billabong), middling, £5 13s.

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 November 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c. „ T:l1 J ' - : : ■' i Riverine Herald OJficey Tuesday Evening, : The following mots of .stock have crossed since our! last issue:—0ctober/30—45! horses,'Leger. Nov. 2—; 295 Btore bullocks, Kerr, Lachlan; 3200 fat sheep, Lan-j dale,fE>eniliq)iin; ,3750 fat sheep; i\l'J5voy,.Murrutiibid-' ged ;1C00 fat sheep, Watt and ^Thompson, Murrum-j bidgee. ' ! In stock movements we hear that very large numbers! jof^fat sheep are either on the .road "froni the :Marrum-j "bidgeo'or approaching that river for the Melbourne: market. Mustering for fat cattle is proceeding at Wal-1 giers on IheJLachhtn; and jt is reported that several nTobB| df-liorECS will shortly be despatched from that river to lk-ndigo. The /Echuca Heat1 Preserving Company is, engaged in boiling down sheep,at present, and is vigor-) fonsly preparing for preserving operations. The weather i continues warm and genial, but a.chango seems to bo at| hand. Pastoral affaire in'this neighborhood is in a most ...

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