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VICTORIA RACING CLUB MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

VICTORIA RACING CLUB MEETING . ( Saturday was the fourth and last day of the races. The following are the events : — The All Aged Stakes. Three horaes started Charon .. .. (S. Davis) 1 Traverton .. .. (Ashwortb) 2 Peeress .. .. (M'GlaBhan) 3 Time 1 min. 49secs. , .. „ :L .■ The Oak Stake's. Three horses started. Kestrel .. .. (Waterman) 1 Lilly .. (Waidock) 2 Qilderoae .. .. (Carter) 3 Time, 2 rain. 57 sees. The V.R.C. Handicap. The following1 horses started:—Phoebe,-Sir John, Free trader, Salem Scudder, Paddy's Land, Albany, Prsetor and Lapdog. Lapdog .. .. (Wilson) 1 Sir John .. .. (Finn) 2 Phoa^e .. .. (S. Davis) 3 Paddy's Land came in a good fourth. Time. 3 mins 2 sees. Steeplechase. The following horses started:—Gabbler, Reindeer, Bondo, Free trader, Dictator, Prince Rupert (late Wannon) and Leona. Reindeer .. (Mouat) 1 Babbler . .. (Bowe.s) 2 Leona .. .. (Dalrymi-le) 3 Time, 7 min 12 sees. Queen's Plate. The following; horses started:—Cmur de Leon, Strop, Charon, Peeress. Aust...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

Holiowut's PilLs.—Theae celebrated Pills are especially useful in purifying the blood, cleansing tho at'.mach, gently stimulating the kidneys, and acting at mild aperients. A few doses of this purifying medicine feet the foulest stomach right, remove all biliouo symptoms, Bteady the circulation, give stronth to the muscles, and composure to the brain and nerves. Ths Pills are so 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 restorativesj they expell nil poison and enrich the blood.—Advertisement Wanted, WANTED a Situation by a Grst-olaas Man Cook. Apply to Mr E. Homan, storekeeper, Echnca. - 31 Tenders. ECHUCA MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY (Limited.) WANTED Tenders for Three Hundred (300) Tons Firewood, delivered at Boileau, For partioulars apply at the Company's Offioe, High atreet, Eehuca. 663 Vlectinn No...

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DISCOVERY OF CURIOUS HISTORICAL RELICS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

DISCOVKHY UP CURIOUS HIS TORK'AL RELICS. Amongst somo of the recent additions to the Museum of Antiquities in connection with the Sydney University—frequently designated in honor of its founder the " Nicholsonian | Museum"—are. two very interesting- objects connected with the earliest history of Austra lia. The first of these is a much weather worn broken dram glass, about two inches and three-quarters high, and tapering towards the base, where the glass is unusually thick. It is ornamented with flowers and a ssries of festoons, cut deep into the glass, around the outer rim. The other object is a massive and highly ornamented swordbelt buckle, of bronze, partially gilt, about six inches long, and two inches and a half wide. These re markable objects were both found not long ago (by Captain Stokes, R N., of H.M. sur veying ship Beagle), on one of the Albrohos, also ealled Iloutman's Group, a small cluster of rocky barren islands, about 200 miles off the coast of Western Australia, a ...

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DENILIQUIN. 'Pastoral Times Office, 6th November, [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

DENILIQUIN. ' Pastoral Times Office, flth November, i At Demliquin Mr W. H Gravf-s, for Ryan and Ham mond. reports sale of G 0 bullocks, on account of Mr D. F. M'Kay, to Mr Moleswort.li. The following ia Denlli quin news for tho weekOctober 3 Uh—Burn and 7000 fnt phwn rro^od: MitcueliV4 00 do..; Scott's 6800 do.; M'Laurin'a .1000 store ahe^p passed to Conargo; Jtfockic'a lOlO "store cuttle and Smith s 000 fat cattle down the fi^r. fSo*\ 1—IFotlowoy's 4S00 store fkcep; Glass and Noah's 41 horses. 2od— Landaie'a 2300 fat sheep; Clark and M'Leay's 117 fat cattle pa?sed lip the river. 3rd—IT. Sines, White, and Co.'s 26Q0 fat cheep; M,Farl»iid'8 240 fat cattle. 4th—Synnott's 2400 .fat sheep. 5th—Jackson's 206 fat cattle. The weather iB^beautiful, though stormy on this day. Wo never remember such a splendid season in Itiverina—grass and ;w^fer_being abundant every when', and stock here never looked better.

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DEPUTATION FROM ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

DEPUTATION PROM ECHUCA. A deputation, consisting of Messrs Sbackell, Luth, Wylie and 0. P. Taylor, waited on the Minister of Railways last week for the purpose of bringing1 under his attention- the promises made by the previous Government of certain improvements to the Echuca Wharf, and the necessity for effecting the same. The principal improvement was that of the erection of a shed over the wharf. Mr Feehan, Traffic Superintendent, who was present, said the promise had been made for some time. In reply to Mr Longmore, Mr Higinbotham stated that there would be no difficulty in the construction of . the required shed, and that the best material would be galvanized iron. The deputation also brought under the attention of the Minister the in equitable arrangements existing1 with respect to the Wharf rates, showing; that tho people of the town were very unfairly dealt by. They also asked that the rates of freight on various articles by railway from and to Mel bourne, such as empty cask...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, 9th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

- STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, OtU November.' - The - Murray (wharf guage)" is" 18ft 4in above tho summer level. ! ; • . ! ...... .—[BY-ELECTRIC TELEGEAJPHl] • Thb 'UdnitAY. J ''1:' '*• Wabgunynh„... 7ft- Oin -abovo-aummer level. Albiiry .. 4ft 3in ,, .Euston .. 12ft 8in '1 „• THE SlURttUMBIDOEE. • Wagga Wagga ., , 4ft 3in, Ualranald ■ 12ft 8in 'above summer level. ' Hay' . . . . 14ft Oin „ „ Gundngai . . 3ft Giu „ ,,

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SWAN HILL. 3rd November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

SWAN HILL. 9 [FROM THE PUNTMAN.I I r 3rd November. A uaie snakes, and that's a fact; and yet I ave been pretty well accustomed to them for Hraat portion of my life; I've come across etn ooder old logs; I've had them tumble ou' of junks of firewood; I've had them as hut mates; and I've had them ns bedfellows; but for all that I Irate thein j I do, and o ten wish that some one. of ouv.co!oi;is:3 that lmils from Paddy's Land-had inherited the peculiar gift of Erin's patriot saint) so that he might "banish all the vermin." Wot a day passes now that I do not see some of the nasty "critters" crawling about the river banks or cooling themselves in old ftlilliwa; and I was told by one of the river survey party that they killed no less than forty (!) in one day lately on Pental Island. This, if true, I .tBke to be the greatest slaughter yet recorded, and I hope they will continue the good work, that's all. Coming yown to my work the other morn ing, I picked up a coin—a time-worn and antique ...

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INKY IMPY. OLD FACES AND OLD VOICES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

INKY IMPY. OLD FACES AND OLD YOICE8. We meet old friends—and as we gaza On all the lingering traoes Of looks we loved in former days, , How dear we deem their faces I A loyelineeB around them clings O'er whioh the heart rejoices; And when they speak—the dear old things— How well we know their voiceB! We see new faces oft, that seem' To have strange charms abont them, We hear new voices that we deem So true we oannot doubt them, And if for these the heart forgets Awhile its early ohoices, It toi',l call back its firstling pets, Old faces, and old voicea I 1.1.

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THE CRICKETERS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

THE CRICKETERS' BALL. This ball took place last night in the Echnca Town Hall and was well attended, there being about, seventy persons present. The arrangements were all that could be de sired, and great credit is due to the com mittee, by whom they were made in the face of a nnmber of vexatious difficulties, which can only be conceived by those who have undertaken similar duties in a small country town. Even in the matter of music, the committee had to send at the last moment as far as Castlemaine for a necessary addition to their orchestra, and in many other ways had to exert themselves in such a manner that it is little wonder if some of them should vote the getting up of balls a bore with which they will not in a hurry trouble themselves again Notwithstanding all their worry, and labor, and vexations, however, they managed all thev undertook in capital style, and things turned out much better than they expected. Indeed we do not think they could have been, under more propitious...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE RAILWAY TRUCKS. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE RAILWAY TRUCKS. ("To the Editor of the Riverine Herald,) Sir,—I do not know Low the deputation got on in their interview with the Minister of' .Railways, but matters, so far as trucks are concerned, are worse now than they were before the deputation went down. It has been a sort of struggle ever since last Satur day at the Wharf; sometimes they have trucks, again at others they are without. The same at the platform; some of the teams have been waiting nearly two days, which is a great injustice to the carriers, and also, in the long run, tells against the employers of the carriers.' The Department, at least, might receive the wool in the Goods Shed while there is room for it. They ought cot to make it a question with people as to whether it would not pay better to send the wool direct to Melbourne by team. Some of the carriers have told me they ,would take it right through at the same rate as charged by the Government, and certainly they might as well, or bet...

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RUFFIANLY CONDUCT TO A YOUNG GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

RUFFIANLY CONDUCT TO A YOUNG GIRL. In the Moama Police Court on Monday, before Mr Maunsell, P.M., Pietro Rigansannie was brought up under warrant, charged with abusive and threatening language on Sunday, the 7t!i instant, to Elizabeth Parr. Mr H. j P. Taylor appeared for the prosecution, and i elicited from the complainant and her wit- I nesses that prisoner had followed Miss Parr J from morning service at Echuca, and when she, accompanied by Miss Louisa Preston and j her sister, had arrived half-way between the Punt and the Court-house, prisoner came up i and endeavored to draw prosecutor into con- | versation, and finding his attempts unsuc cessful, began to abuse her, and seized her by the wrist, swearing that " by Christ" if she Wuld not have him he would kill her. She released herself, and with her companions hurried towards home, prisoner following and 1 continuing bis abuse and threats, and when ■' near the Lagoon he threatened to throw them m. On arriving at her home prisone...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

SHIPPING. E C II U C A. ARRIVALS* • - Nov. 6-Pride of tha Murray, and btfrge Only Son,' Da vies master, from Swan Hill, with 400 bales of wool.; W. M.-Cullocli and Co., agents. • Nov. 6—Wahgunyah, and barge Tocumwpl, ;Page" master, from Upper Murray, with 300 balesVofiwooli' W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. . • x - Nov. G—Adelaido, and barge Echucn, Pullnr master^ from lialranald, with !500 bales of wool. Nov. 6—Corowa, Pietco master, from Albury, with 70 tons of colonial produce. F. Hogarth, agent." Nov. C—Pearl, and barge Paika, Hand all master, from Hay, with. 000 bales of wool. I'. Payne, agent. Nov. 8—Wahgunyah, Tag" master, from llamnh, with 200 tons of wool. W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. Nov. 8—Waradgery, Foord master, from Wahgunyah, with 2C0 bales of wool. John Orr, agent. Nov. 9—Wentworth, and barge Mcnindie,: Dorward master, with 7C0 bales of wool, from Hay. W. SI'Cul-. loch and Co., agents. .DEI-AHTUItBS. ■ • • ' ' Nov. C— Albury, and barge . Mcnindie, Johnston master, for,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

Wool, Stations, Ag-encles, Ac r^ALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep an.d Cattle Salesmen, 6 7, QUE JEN STREET. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. Fobstth & Co., do. Wagga U'agga Do do. Dubbo 308 Advances on Station Properties. The TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Haying now a large amount of oapital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Heduced Bates On . Squatting Properties In Victoria and Nbw South Wales, Bright Bbothehs & Go, Managing AgentB. 8olioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 519 Notices. NOTICE. ; THE Partnership in the Firm of KENYON and: SCOTT, heretofore subsisting between the nnderaigned, is this day Dissolved by mutual consent. GEORGE KENYON. i JAMES SCOTT. i Witness—P. Landy. j Mr Kenton being about to leave the district, | anyone Indebted to the late firm of Kenton and i Scott is requested at once to Pay the Amount owing to either of the undersigned, or the ac counts must be placed for collection...

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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday. 9th November. 1869 [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

SANDHURST. (From Ook Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. 9th Novpmtwr. ififiQ 154 cattle, short supply on last week—not much im provement; 10 calvcp; 6713 sheep, 1100 unsold; 977 lambs, sale <!ull. Cattle.—97, Sbarpe (Paroo), culls, long journey mob, £8 2s ; 40. Williamson's (Yanga), culls, £6 3s (id. Balance odd lots.

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

STOCK' REPORTS,' &c.' Riverine Herald Office^ Tuesday Evening, j The following mocs of stock Have, crossed Bince our last issueNovember C—48C0 fat sheep, Mitchell, Lachlan; 4800 fat sheep, Scott, Darling; 4B00 store' sheep, Booth and Holloway; Slh-^278 fat cattle, Jack son, Alurrumbidgce; 23G0 fat sbeep, Laiid.de, Denili quin; 24S fat cattle, M'Farlane, Nap Nap. The weather in this district continues fine, and we are beginning to. experience something of the summer heats. As yet, however, tho temperature lias not bceu very high, and has varied considerably, the wind being one day from the south and cold, and on the next from the north and somewhat heated. Tho feed is good, and water is in abundance in the surrounding', country, and the stock generally are doing wel!.' The local* Meat Preserving Company is actively engaged in operations for hoiling down,' and will shortly be ready for pre serving. Pastoral reports from the" Riverine" districts and from those of New South .Wal...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10. 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 November 1869

ECtiUCA, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10. 18G9. The reservations of .a Stale Forest at Banm was viewed with considerable uneasiness and dissatisfaction • by those ■ interested in the timber trade in this neighborhood. There can, be no doubt the intention of the Govern •ment in making this reserve was to prevent the indiscriminate destruction of our red guin resources, whatever may have been the object of the person or persons who recommended it ,in the first place. The latter is strongly suspected by some people to havo been of a personal and vindictive character. But we can give no opinion on that point, as we do not know for certain by whom it was advised, or indeed whether it was advised at all. The reserve however was not made unconditionally, the Board of Land and Works being em powered to issue licenses to cut timber upon it, on certain terms and conditions subject to the payment of license fees. It is not a little strange that immediately after complaints having been preferred against the...

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SALE OF PURE-BRED HEREFORD CATTLE. Melbourne, Nov, 9. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

SALE OF PURE-BRED HEREFORD CATTLE. : Melbourne. Nov. 9. Messrs Dalmahoy Campbell and Co. report having yesterday disposed of the " whole of Mr William Lyall's herd of pure Hereford cuctle (with the exception of the imported cow, Star), consisting of 20 bulls and 48 cows and heifers from eight months upwards, at the following: prices :—The bulls from £21 to £70, averaging £41; the cows and heifers making £20 all round. There was a good attendance of breeders, but the condition of the cattle told very much against them, as they were only in good store order, and had been driven direct from the bush to the market yards without any attempt to get them up for sale; however, the competition for the bulls was brisk, and the prices obtained for these were quite equal to expectations; but the cows did not command so much attention, and were sold at what we thought very much unner their value, considering the great ex pense that Mr Lyall has been at to form the nucleus of one of the best and ...

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THE HOMEBUSH SPRWG MEETING FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

THE HOMEBUSH SPRWG MEETING FIRST DAY. The above meeting commenced on Tuesday and although the weather for the previous few days looked threatening'it held up, and there was a large attendance on the course. The principal event on the card was the Homebush Derby, which was carried off by Moselle, the favorite. The following events were con tested :— All-aged Stakes, of 40 sovb, added to a sweepstakes of 2 sovs each. One mile. Mr G. Matthew's bg Maid of the Lake .. 1 Mr J. Driscoll's br h Charlton 2 • Mr T. Kiohard's oh f Moderator 3 Prince Alfred Stakes, of 40 sovs, added to sweepstakes of 2 sovs, each. One mile and a-half. Mr D. Mayne's oh f Kate Dairy m pie ... 1 Mr Morgan's b m Leamington .... 2 Mr T. Ivory's b g Little King .... 3 The HomeSush Derby, of 10 sovs each, 2 sovs forfeit, with 100 sovs added. One mile and a-half. Mr W. Forrester's ch f Moselle 1 Mr D. Mayne's oli f Kats Dalrymple .... 2 Mr J. Tait's b o Ida 3 Tins was a good race, and was run in S min 1 sec. ^ Helter S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

IMPOUNDrNGS. ECHUCA. Impounded !3th October; trespass, 6d. Roan horse, switch tail, star, collar marked, number of scais near and off rump, WH near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 17th November, 1869. GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkeeper. Stutldlngr materials MURRAY RIVER STEAM SAW MILLS. Messrs Eldridge, Lang & Co., * _ Proprietors. WHITELEY, COLE AND Co., STEAM SAW MILLS, B A M A. OFFICE, at the ECHUCA TIMBER YARD, Hake stbEei. 659 Mei-clmndlse. Q N SALE, ' Bythe undersigned, at Lowest Current Rates. Plodohs. Seller's, Lennon's, Ransome's, Howard's, Horns by's, &o. Ploughs—Moulding, Pony and Vine Harrows—Light, medium and heavy Chaff Cotters—Assorted sizes and makes Corn and Chaff Gutter oombined—A most useful artiole Mould Boards, ShareB, Skim Conlters, Traoe Chains Blttestohe of Vebx Best Quality. Swingle Trees, Fencing Wire Horse-powers, Whim-work Fittings, Soarifiers Cheese Presses, Churns, Milk Pans, and other Dairy Utensils Grape Mills, Vi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

Holioway's Ointment and Pills. — Premature Decline.—The unwary and thoughtlesa may save tlicm selves a sea of future troubles by an early recourse to those excellent curatives. All blotches from whatever unuse arising, all enlargements of the glands wherever ?ituated, irritating sores and debilitating discharges, cay be safely and certainly cured by employing Hol ioway's Ointment and Piile, in accordance with the instructions wrapped round each pot and box. No timidity need deter the weakest from applying to these restoratives, which exert the threefold qualities of purifying, regulating, and repairing without disturbing the stomach, aunoying the nervous system, or rendering 3onfinement to the house necessary. Hollowny's medica ments will 6tem the source of many maladies, which, when neglected, perpetuate misery.—Advertisement. Wanted. WANTED a General Servant. Apply Harp and Shamrock Hotel. 682 WANTED Evtning Employment by a compe tent hand, who will Write-up Storekeepers' Books, m...

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