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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Monday, 1st February.) (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. MoDday, 1st February.) (Before Mr Lanciford, P.M.) Mr Taylor applied that Mrs Thrmpson, of the Royal Hotel, Echuca, might be allowed to keep open her house for a period of twenty-eight days from date, pending the absence of her husband in New Zealand. Tho Sergeant of Police having slated that the I house was a respectable and a well-conducted ' one, the application was granted. Tuesday, 2nd February, (Before Mr Langford, P.M., His Worship the Mayor, aud Mr Shackell, J.P.) LEGAL AMENITIKS. Horatio Nelson Powell, solicitor, was charged ' with having used abusive and insulting language, words, and behaviour, to Henry Phillips Taylor, solicitor, with intent to provoke a breach of the peace in a publio place. Mr Taylor stated chat for some time past he had been subjected to a systematic oourse of abuse and annoyance at the hands of the de fendant, who never missed an opportunity of saying something disagreeable to him. On last Saturday this abuse reached a climax, an...
SHOCKING MURDER AND SUICIDE AT SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869
SHOCKING MURDER AND SUICIDE AT SPRING CREEK. [from the spring creek leader.] A murder of a most revolting description, accompanied with the suicide of the perpe trator, occurred at a shanty in Corbett-street, about two o'clock on Friday morning. The chief actors in this fearful tragedy are a man and woman, named respectively Harry Hal ford and Ellen Thomas, who are stated to have contracted an acquaintance and lived at intervals together for some years past. It appears that the woman recently left Bullock Creek and erected a shanty in this township. Halford, who had lately been at work shear ing, arrived on the rush about a fortnight ago, and, discovering where Thomas was re siding, began frequenting the place. The shanty is built of bark and weatherboards, with a room of iron behind, and is divided into three apartments—the bar and two bed rooms. Last Thursday night, about eight or nine o'clock, Halford arrived, and shortly afterwards was engaged playing cards with another man, who...
MR. PASCOE'S NEGOTIATIONS IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869
MR. PASCOE'S NEGOTIATIONS IN MELBOURNE. During the past week Mr C. E. Pascoe, the Town Clerk of Echuca, has waited as a de putation from the borough council of this town on several of the heads of departments, in connection with matters of local importance. In the absence of Mr Macgregor, the member I for the district, Mr Pnscoe was introduced to Ministers by Mr B G. Davies. In his inter view with the Minister of Mines, he repre sented that the Borough of Echuca had re ceived the sum of £3,500 for the purposes of water supply, on which they would have to pay the sum of £274 per annum, by way of inUuBSt, for twenty-four years. As the waterworks were incomplete, this payment pressed heavily on a few of the ratepayers. The council^ was willing to expend a thousand pounds in completing the works, thus includ ing a larger,;'number of ratepayers than at present in ttffc«annual charge, if the Govern ment would allow the twenty-four years to commence three tlr f ur years hence. Mr Sullivan ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869
Wool, Stittions, Ag'ciiclcs, t\c A:L M A H 0 Y 3AMPBE LL &' CO., Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 -iBOTTUKE-street west, melbourne. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. Fobsytii & Co., do. AVa^'ga Wagga •: ,, Do do. Dubbo " 716 Advances oia §i;$.fi«an JPs-operties* TffE' TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of , • , AUSTRALASIA. (Limited), _ Having now a. large amount of capital fo: investment.are prepared :to make. . Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates ' . . - On :'. . , Squatting Phopeuties , : . la , , : - .v' yipioEri;and'New Sooth 'Wales*. Bbight Brotiiehsv.iS: Co, Mariaging.'Agents. " Solicitors—Parton and Hellina,' Melbourne. 1, •; "• ,y„ ■ ',.705'; "7^7 T7: r-i;; Professionals i -—rra—.. :——— . '. ; MR: H. N. 'POWELL; , : Solicitor, : , : ' Opposite tho Bank of Yiotofia,' - ' • ' : : v ECHUCA.' . ; ' 62! 16 m si iross Notices. ALFRED CARPENTER, Bookseller* Stationer, ■■■: ... . AND ' V.„ ; Mews Agent, BEGS to inform his friends and the public that • he has . . :....
MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPOUT. Saturday, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869
MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPOUT. Saturday, 30th January. Hokse Market.—Unbroken Stock—"We disposed of a small mob of colts to-day at our yards, at on average of £7 per head. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and satisfactory competition. The Btor.l:, however, was somewhat low in condition, otherwise much better figures would have boon obtained. Broken-in-Stock— Wo have done a very fair business in this branch during the past week, and" we anticipate a continuance of the activity for some time to come, as a good demand is already springing up for all descriptions of useful horses. We have been effecting sales at the under mentioned prices:—Medium draught horses, from £10 to £28; light harness horses, from £5 to £15; hacks, from £} to £10. Pio, Poultry, axd Meat Market.—We penned on Thursday last about uinety pigs, nearly all of which were of superior quality, including a large proportion of prime porkers. Several pens were estimated to have realised fully 5d per lb., and the pric...
SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, February 2, [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 3 February 1869
SANDHURST. (Fkom Odr Own CounEsroNDENT.) Tuesday, February 2, 509 cattle—best beef firm at last quotations; E5 calves; 4,643 sWp—2,140 un3old ; 100 lambs. Cattle—50, Officer's (Murray Downs), small, good and middling, £5 7s 3d; 34, Holloway Jirotliers' (Loddon), middling, £4 9s; 88. Bryant's (Edward), small, good and middling—80 bullocks £6, 8 pigs' meat £25s; 21, Arpyle and Booth's (Serpentine), middling, £5; 124, Cobb and Co. (Perricoota), cuils, indifferent and riffs' meat, £2 6s; 171, Cameron's (Chowar), small, good and middling, £5 3j tfd ; sundry small lots.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
Ho l)c SoSal os* TTo TLei. THE Large Rrick Store at Moama, known as Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 S?or Sale or tfo ILei, The Caledonian Hotel, CONTAINING- Nineteen Apartments, fitted with every convenience for carrying on the comfortable Family Hotel and Bur Trade, whioh the present tenant, Mr George Melville, liaa so Bueoessfully established. Possession can be given to Buit the purohaser or tenant. For particulars apply to N. M'Arthur, brewer. ' Eohucn, 12th January, 1869. 123 Money MONEY TO LEND. Apply to B. R. Ste venson, ftatcliffe-atreet. 124 Advances on Oi'itiit and JProdnce WB. JONES, 149 Collins-street west, is . prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances on Grain and Produce, Whether for sale in the colony or for shipment. He also desires to call the attention of Farmers, Millers, and others to his Extensive Warehouses for the Storage of Grain and Produce. W. B. Jones, 908 149 Collins street west, Melbourne. Tenders. Kcliuca district M»a&lt;l S£oar&...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From our latest telegraphic intelligence we gather the following:— Sydney. The police have been on the track of the robbers of the Carcoar mail for some days, and have at last succeeded in arresting two men, named Slattery and Bentley, who have been identified as the men wanted. Ihe ar rest was made on Sundrav, when the police surprised them as they were about to stick up a public house, near the township of Peel, on the Clear Creek. Mr Robertson, in the Assembly, stated that the Government would appoint a commission to report on what cons piracy papers had been abstracted by Mr Parkes. The Government are doing their utmost to bring the session to a close at an early date, and propose to open another session in May or June. The Conspiracy Committee brought up their report to-day. It distinctly asserts that the affidavits relative to Fenianism were made after Mr Parkes' speech at Kiama, conse quently they could not have been in his pos session as stated. No ...
SMALL-POX IN MELBOURNE. MEETING OF THE CENTRAL BOARD HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
SMALL-POX IN MELBOURNE. MEETING OF THE CENTRAL BOARD HEALTH. A meeting1 of the Central Board of Health was held on Wednesday morning at the j offices, Collins-street, for the purpose of taking into consideration the measures which have already been taken by the chief medical officer in reference to the present epidemic existing in Melbourne and Greensborough;: and also to consider the advisability of taking additional precautions against the further spread of the disease. There were present— Dr M'Crea (president), Dr Youl, Messrs J. T. Smith, and W. W. Wardell. Tho President reported that the following measures had already been taken by him for preventing any further spread of the disease referred to:— 1. House to house vaocination in any locality where the epidemic hud shown itself. 2. The isolation of all oases as they have oc curred. 3. Provision for isolating any future oas6s that might arise in any infected looality. 4. Provision of nurses and medical treatment for the sick. 5....
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, 27th Junuary. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
NEW ZEALAND. Wellington. 27th Junuarv. The latest news from New Zealand states that an immediate attack on the rebel position on the West Coast was expected. On the East Coast all is quiet. Salt butter is down to 4Jd per lb. H.M.S. Challenger and H.M.S. Blanche were in Wellington Harbour, together with the missionary schooner Dayspring. We take the following from a contempo rary :—■ London, Dec. 15. The members of the House of Commons attended to-day at the bar of the House of Lords to hear the Queen's Speech read, which was as follows:—"Since the time when Her Majesty deemed it right to call you together for the consideration of many grave and im portant matters, several vacancies have oc curred in the House of Commons, owing to the acceptance of office irom the Crown by members of that House It is therefore Her Majesty's pleasure that opportunity be given to issue writs for supplying the vacancies so occasioned, so that after a suitable recess you may proceed to the consideration ...
MURDER AT THE AMPHITHEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
MURDER AT THE AMPHITHEATRE. A brutal murder has been committed at the Amphitheatre, the station of Mr T. Clapperton. The victim was a young man named James Henrys, a groom in the em ployment of Mr Clapperton, and the mur derer a black man, who was a cook on the home station. It appears that he was desi rous of marrying the mother of Henrys, and 1 in consequence of Henrys' objection to the union, it is supposed the murder was com mitted. Henrys had been missing1 since Sunday morning last. On the 3rd inst. Mr Clapperton, jun., gave information to Constable Parker, stationed at Amphitheatre, that the deceased had bean murdered near the station. Constable Parker at once proceeded to the place indicated, and found the body, which he had removed to the Jolly Waggoners' Hotel. He then, from information received, went to the Basin Hut Saw Mills, which are the property of Mr Clapperton, situated about three miles from | the home station, where he arrested a black cook named Joseph Reynolds, ...
WOOL REPORTS, &C. Melbourne. 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
WOOL REPORTS, Melbourne. 3rd Februarr. Messrs R. Goldsbrough and Co. report:—Wool Oar auction sale held on Wednesday waB well attended, and the prices obtained were quite equal to previous quotations, nlthough the bulk of the lots, as is usual with the late shorn clips, were in inferior to ordinary condition. In all, we sold 3S3 bales, greasy realising 4^d to 9>!, and fleece llfdtol3d per pound. Tne market continues firm, and there is a brisk demand, all the lots which came forward being saleable at good prices. Sheepskins—Late rates are fully supported, and this week we have sold several parcels of station skirs at from 3jd to 6.^d per pound. Hides.—No sales to report. The quantity offering ia very limited, and quotations are well maintained, prices ranging up to 4^d per pound for first-class heavies. Tallow.—We have sold ordinary sttion tallow in small lets at from £34 os lo £36 5a per ton.
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Friday, 5th February. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
ECI'IUCA. POLICE COURT. Friday, 5th February. (Beforu .Vlr Lanijford, P.M.) On the sheet appeared the name of John Glover, better known as Yorkey the barman, who had been Eliot at in Kooliester last December. He had been summoned for an assault, but in the absenoe of tho complainant the case was struok out. Civil Case. Turley v Hulkos—Work and labour, £2 8s. In this ease 30s had been paid into Court, and, afier having heard evidence on ei'her side, the Bench gave a verdict for 9 a, in a iditiot to the amount paid in, with 5s costs.
THE LAUNCESTON CHAMPION CUP. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] EDEN, 4th February. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
THE LAUNCESTON CHAMPION CUP. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Eden, 4-th February. The City of Hobart (s.) arrived to-day from Hobart Town, and has proceedfld on to Syd ney. She brings the news of the first day's racing at Launceston, which passed off satis factorily. The principal event was of course tiie Champion Cup, which was again a surprise to all but the Tasmanians. The Champion Cup, 400 sovs, with a sweep of 20 sovs added. Half forfeit. Second horse to receive 75 ?ovs. and third 25 sovs, out of the stRkes. Weight for age. Mr W. Field's b e Strop, aged 1 Mr J. Tait's oh h Grlencoe, 4 yrs. 2 Mr S. Tait's oh r Warwick, a?ed 3 The betting was all in favor of Mr Tait's running first and spcond. An inquiry into the circumstances of the late fire at Talbot resulted in a verdict that the fire was of accidental occurrencp, to which a rider was added to the effect that in the opinion of.the jury, had the town been well supplied with wuter the tbeconsequencs would have been of a far less serio...
ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
ECHUCA. BOROUGH COUNCIL The Council met at the usual hour on Thurs day night. Present—His Worship the Mayor, Crs Newbould, Giaham, Weaver, Hansen, and Meld. The minutes of the previous meeting, were read and coniirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters and other communications were read— Fr:m the Central Board of Health, drawing the attention of the looal Board to the number of unlined privieB and cesspools which bad been al lowed to remain in Kohuoa. Tha Aot clearly gave the Coutioil power to enforce the oonstruo uf water-tiyht cesspools, and it was their duty to make and publish un order for the construo ion of water-tit;hi p: ivies and oessuoole, ar>d for the prevention of any oveiflow from the same. 'J he Yisi'ing Superintendent had given two instances in which no proper provision whatever had been made for the reception of night soil. In one case the objectionable matter had been laid oo the surface of the ground, and in another it had beuu deposited in an open box. The superintendent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
RIVERINE HERALD I Si HIGH-STREET, B O H n O J&-. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Executed with TScffltnesH scrad 55o.sita.tc5a, ]L*vea\j" ;ssc;e r.£;a£J f'4SaI>Ii«s. ^EBEES€2-'lS3 E-ZO°2?S52^ HORSE BAZAAR AJKD BY WILLIAM GIBSON. Buggies, Saddle Horses, &c., Always on hand and ready jor Hire, 162 Motels, &lt;&o ECHTJCA HOTEL, High Street, EcLuca. THOMAS W. MITCHELL BEGS to announce to bis friends and the publio that he is now in the occupation of the above well-known Hostelry, whiohis in course of thorough renovation. He trusts that the old established oharacter of the honse will not [suffer at his hands, and hopes by keeping the ESest Ks-msajJs o# Wanes, Sjjsb-Iis, A3e«, To morifc th.9 patronise lonr.orly bestowed upon the house. GOOD GTABLiNG. Boarders accommodated on reasonaMa terms. T. W. MlTCHF.LT,, 139 Proprietor. IffOtUilS, «&&lt;•• J. SALOMON, IMSCera'flb^HL® Opposite the Government Wharf, EOHUCA. JS. begs to remind his friends and the ...
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
v CALENDAR FOR THE "WEEK. j Febkuart. PHASES OF THE MOON. Last quarter. Thursday, 4th, 2.36 a.m. New moon ..Thursday, 11th, 11.34 p.m. First quarter..Saturday, 20th, 2.46 a.m. Full moon ..Friday, 26th, 9.45 p.m. Apogee .. 13th, lp.m. Perigee .. 26th, 11p.m. ' AT ECHUCA. Days of the Sun. Date Week. ? Moon. Rises. Set?. h. sr. IT. M. H. Jr. 6 Saturday 5 21 7 7 R. 12 38a.m. 7 •Sunday 5 22 7 6 1 21 8 Monday 5 23 7 5 2 7 9 Tuesday 5 24 7 4 2 57 10 Wednesday., 5 25 7 3 3 49 11 Thursday ., 5 27 7 2 4 45 12 Friday 5 28 7 1 3. 7 30 p.m.
ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] PER GREVILLE AND Co. (REUTER'S AGENTS). SYDNEY, 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Pee Greville and Co. (Reuteii's Agents). Sydney, 3rd February. The mail steamer Ruahine arrived at Wel lington on the 27th January, and sailed for Sydney on the following day, arriving here this morning. The Ruahine left Panama on the 2?th De cember, having been detained some days there by some mercantile firms as security against certain protested bills held by them. These were subsequently protected by the agents of the Royal Mail Steamship Company, and the Ruahine was released. She brought a large mail and forty-six passengers as far as Wellington. Amongst them is the Bishop of Dunedin. She has 500 packages of cargo on freight. The news from America states that Presi dent Johnson had forwarded a message to Congress recommending certain alterations in the Constitution. Among these are the direct election of the President and Vice-president, and that they should not be eligible for re election. That the person who shall act as pr...
MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 6 February 1869
MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails duo from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily. (Sun days excepted) at 1 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.; delivered at 1.30 p.m. and 9a.m. Ditto, Down Travelling Post Office, and Goornong, daily ► (Sundays excepted), at 1Q.35 p.m; deliverer! at 9 a.m. Ditto, Op Travelling Post Office, Runnymcde and Rochester, daily. (Sundays excepted), at "1 p.m; de livered at 1.30 p.m. Ditto Moaraa and Deuiliquin, daily (Suudays excepted), at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m, Ditto. Hay, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3.45.p.m.; delivered at 4 30 p.m. Ditto, Ulupna AVest, Kaarimba, Kotupna, and Lower iloira, Thursdays, at 3 p.m; delivered at 3.30 p.m. Mails close for Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted), at 7 a in. and 4 p.m. Ditto, Travelling Post Office, llunnymede, and Ro chester, daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m.; Goor nong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m. Ditto, Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 7 a.m. Ditto, Moama'aud Deniliquin, daily (Sundays excepted), ...