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

NOTICE TO ADVERTISE US AND SUBSCRIBERS. lgg° Subscribers rind'Advertisers wishing to discon tinue their Subscriptions or withdraw their Advertise ments, must give notice iiV WRITING to the " Business Manager."

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE AN EXPLANATION. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE AN EXPLANATION. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.') Sir,—In your issue of Wednesday I noticed an article referring to my brother, in connec tion with the deputation that lately waited on the Commissioner of Railwnys. To that article my brother will no doulit reply in your next issue, tlio time elapsing; between the publication of the Wednesday's and Satur day's papers being rather short to allow of tbose at a distance replying in time for the latter. I believe the reason he did not wait on the Commissioner along with the other gentle men appointed was, that he bad no notice of his apointment, and was never asked by the other members of the deputation to accom pany them. However, he will no doubt send his own reply ; and my object in writing is simply to inform your readers that his not re plying in this paper is not through any dis courtesy to those who elected him n member of the dtiputation, but to the short time alansintr between the two publications....

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LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

LECTURE. A lecture was given on Wednesday evening in the Wesleyan school-room, by Mr Tbos. Shaw, of Darlington, on the subject of Total Abstinence. The building was well filled, and the lecturer was heard with deep attention throughout. The chair was occupied by Mr Haverfield. The lecturer commenced by saying that he, was induced to speak on Abstinence/here because twelve months ago, when he first parsed through the town,: he was amazed at the number of shops , licensed for the sale of • intoxicating liquors. They appeared to have one every other door, and' some at opposite corners. How a man could escape taking too much in this town! if he took any at all was a wonder to him. He stated that he had been a total abstainer for j thirty-three yenrs. He then proceeded to show how admirably adapted it is for every class of society. I: assists the poor man to become rich, and in numberless cases prevents the rich man lrom becoming poor. He be lieved there could be ho doubt that robust hea...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. The following mobs of stock have crossed since our last issuo ^November 10—2400fat sheep, * Synnot; 27 horses, Marshall.'12th—2517 fat sheep, Sutherland. 3000 fat sheep, Peters. i.. .. . The weather in this neighborhood continues fine. Shearing is now pretty well over in the district. Opera tions will be brought to a close in a day or two in the Wharpatilla shed, the last flock being now or. the floor. We believe thev are nearly finished also at ReBtdown, and these arc the two Inst sheds in the immediate vicinity. Wool continues to arrive in large quantities by steamer's and teams from the liivcrine districts.. The Melbourne market was supplied on Wednesday with 1300 head of fat cattle, 9G8 of which were penned. There were some prime cattle among them, and the rest •were chiefly of good and useful quality. There was a slight reduction in prices. The quotations are—Good and Brime bullocks.at from £6 15> to £8 !2a 6...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council this week the Land Bill has been finally considered.in com mittee, and several amendments have been made. The words in the various clauses, giving the Governor the power to " alone and finally judge and determine" all matters con cerning the forfeiture of a license were ex punged, and an addition has been made to one of the clauses, by which an appeal may be made by tlie pastoral tenants from the decision of the board, relative to the amount of their rents. A proposition was made by Mr Highett to reduce the amount of the squatters' rental from eightpence to fourpence per sheep, but it was not ageed to. A clause was intoduced on the motion of MrO'Shanassy, providing for the yearly appropriation of a quarter of the net moneys received from the sale or leasing or licensing of land, for the purposes of as sisted immigration. An amendment was in- ! troduced by Mr T. T. ABeckett, and agreed to on clause 29, by which it was provided that u...

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

ECHUCA. POLICE COURT. In the police court yesterday, before the Police Magistrate, the following1 ■ cases were heard:— Crown'Lands Bailiff v C. A. Wylie—Ille gal possession of Crown lands. The bailiff, stated in evidence that a portion of Crown lands at the boiling-down had been fenced in without license, and that the defendant had informed him that he was the responsible party. Mr Taylor, for the defendant, sub mitted that defendant was merely a servant of the company, that he had never oc cupied any Crown lands, and that the sum mons was against the. wrong defendant, and I that the case should therefore be dismissed. The Police Magistrate^ after hearing the de fendant's statement, adjourned the case for a week to enable him to personally inspect the land. Crown Lands Bailiff v J. Mackintosh— Unloading timber on Crown lands. The bailiff proved that a quantity of timber had been unloaded by defendant on Crown lands without license. Defendant stated that he had applied to the Governm...

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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Borough Council was adjourned on Wednes day evening, for want of a quorum, until the following afternoon at three o'clock. The Council met on Thursday pursuant.to adjourn ment. Present—The Mayor and Crs Hansen', Hayes, Mitchell, Newbould, Taylor, and Weaver. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Some unim portant correspondence was also read ; among these letters was one from the office of the Minister of Lands asking the Council to for ward its charges against the Crown Lands Bailiff. Some little surprise was manifested by the councillors on the reading of this com-: taunication, as thej' had never moved in the matter at all. A reply, forwarded by the Town Clerk on its receipt, .was. then read,, in which he stated that the Council had nothing 'o do withAthe deputation which had waited on the Minister of Lands on the subject. Some amusement was created by a remark, made by one of tha councillors,...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 10th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 10th November. "The crossings hero of fat stock during the week have -r.ot been very numerous. In sheep, on Thursday, we . had 2600 of Bynnot Brothers'; on the 0th, 30t')0 of Peters'; and on the 9th 2000 of Hegrne and Wiagge'a. To-aay, 12,000 of Queensland sheep were on the northern reserve; some of theso will cross, and a portion is expected to turn back to the adjacent country. In fat cattle, on Friday, 293 of Jack-Bon s, from Borea Creek, passed; and 360 Hunt's, went up the river. In transac tions effected we have only to'r. port the Palo by Mr Jtann, of a flock of cheep, for Messrs Dal. C. nipball, jfoelonfjing to the Hon John 0'Sbnn.issy, to Alessrs Patterson Brotlitrs, of Cnnurgn, on uatisfacto.y terms. The weather in very gnnd hut dry, no rain having fallen eince our last, but .■*« inin-h iim si^ns of the j current season hi already .nivniiccd, is »e do not receive i during tho ncxtauinn'or''oine heavy thunili-rfitormo with • rain, which old resi...

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

Wool, Stations, Agencies, Ac •jQALMAHOT CAMPBELL & CO. • - •Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 67, QUEEN STREET. James Mann, representative at Deniliqain. G. Fohsith & Co., do. "Wagga Wagga ' Do do. Dubbo 308 Advances on . Station Properties. The TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amoont of capital foi investment are prepated to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Bates On Squatting Pbopbbties In Victoria and New South Wales. Bright Brothers & Co, Managing Agents, Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 519 Notices. NOTICE. THE Partnership in the Firm of KENYON and SCOTT, heretofore subsisting between the Qndersigned, is this day Dissolved by mutual consent. GEORGE KENTON. JAMES SCOTT. Witness—P. Landy. Mr Kenton being about to leave the district, anyone Indebted to the late firm of Kenton and Scorr is requested at once to Pay the Amount owing to either of the undersigned, or the ao coantB mnst be plaoed for oolleotion in the ha...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 12th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

/ STA'l E OP THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 12th November.. .The MuKRiT (wharf guage) is 17ft 3in above the summer level, "* [DY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The Murray. - Wahgunyah . . 5ft llin above summer level." --Swnn Hill —-rv—)Iftr '/jin - ' ~j7 "'7f " Albnry 3ft 7in „ „ • Euston . > 12ft 10ia . „ • - "TKB-JIURKUJiniBOEE.- " " Waega Wagga . „4ft..0in. ,r „. : Balraiiald .. l ift Oiii above summer level. Hay ; .. ' : ' 8ft""0iii

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

SHIPPING. ECU UCA. ARRIVALS. Nov. 12- Jane Eliza. and burpe Waneorntta, with 7C0. balos of wool and 60 tons of wine and flour. John Otr, agent. DEPARTURES! Not. 10—Wahpunyah, and barge Tocumwal, for the Upper Murray, in ballast. W. Jl'Culloch and Co., agents. - • Nov. 10—Poarl, and bargn Pailia, Rnndell master, for Hay, with general cargo. F. Fayne, agent. Nor. 12—.Wentvrortb, and barge llenindie, Dorward master, for Hay,' with "general cargo. W. Si'CulloclT and Co., agents. : ■ The Adelaide sailed for Bamali on the llth instant, and returned .yesterday evening with a full cargo of, sleepers. The Corowa arrived at Wahgunyah last evening, at 7 o'clock. •' The Albury arrived at Hay on Thursday, from Echuca

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

Cjre |Uterke Jfrraftr, ECHUCA, SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1889. . We should like to ascertain the exact impres sion on the official mind as to what was the intention of the formation of the railway line from the seaboard to the Murray. Whatever it may be, there can be very little doubt in what light the official mind regards the effect The official mind looks upon it as a fertile source of annoyance and trouble. It is sub-: jected by it to incessant worry and harassment —and wherefore 1 That is the point—where fore f Why should the official mind be thus ^flustered and perplexed ? Trains run up and down to and from iichuca, at times with punctuality, at more times without punc tuality. What more can be wanted by the pestering people located at that Ultima L'hule on the Frontier? Wny should they be everlastingly demanding the exertion on the part of the official mind necessary to give ear to their petty complaints ? It is only a bit of a place, and it gives more bother than all the other stat...

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HAY. November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 November 1869

HAY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] November 10.           A public meeting was held at the Court   house, on Wednesday evening, 3rd November, for the purpose of agitating the question as to our public works. Captain Browne, P.M., occupied the chair, and a committee of seven gentlemen were appointed to memorialize our present member, in order for him to use his influence at once for the expenditure of the monies voted by the Legislature for the im- provement of our township. This is a step in the right direction, and I have no doubt if the committee keep their shoulders to the wheel we shall soon see something being done for the benefit of our roads, &c. There has been no police news of any importance this week. Captain Browne left here on Sunday for Booligal, where some nine or ten parties have been summoned for sly-grog selling. Some have already been fined, but the ma- jority of the cases are rem...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 November 1869

funeral Notices. rp II ft friends of the late THOMAS JlAhL are; 1 respectfully invited to follow his remnins to the place of interment in the Eehaoa Cemetery. I The Funeral to move from the Carriera*' Arms Hotel this day (Wednesday) at 3 o'olock. W. Moons, G92 Undertaker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 November 1869

Wanted. "ANTED a good Genoral Servant. Apply to Mra Peterson, J^oah'a Ark Hotel. 685 rANTED a General Servant. Apply Harp I and Shamrock Hotel. 682 TrTANTKD F.vtn ng Employment by a oorope YV: tent hand, who will W rite-up Storekeepers' Books, make out aocounts, &o., tor si moderate remuneration. Address " Confidential," offioe of thin paper. . 678 XiOSt. LUol. ISO Ewes and "Wethers, tar marked K air) T on haok, somo fire branded N on noae. Apply Dalmahoy Campbell and Co., Mel bourne; or JameB Manrij Deiiiliqnin, t683 Tenders. ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. WANTED Tenders for partially forming and draining a portion of the Three Chain Road between lCclmca and Rochester, near O'Dea'sCreek, about 120 chains, more or less. Flans and Bpeoifioations can be inspeoted at. the Road Board OfEoe. Sealed Tenders to be sent in addressed to the Chairman of the Board, on or before uoon on Tuesday the 23rd instant. PersonB tendering will be* "required to state price at per chain. By order Jam...

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RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 November 1869

!<•;•' ; RAILWAY' KEQTJIIiEMENT8 I,! i tfijh-Editor of.ihe JRiverine Herald,) i Sir,—Having been rather busy last. Jb'riday. evening' I overlooked my usual weekly report. 'I'trust my friends picked out from your stock report any information thpy required about the market, f was glad to see that you took ■notice of tbe stoppage and detention of the st6amers and drays for want of trucks, and you also pointed out that if suitable sheds were provided for receiving the wool and .other: goods on, arrival, no sucli detention Ineed'occu'r in future: 'I noticed a lot of wool on the platform .here..all .Monday night—I supposo fr>r Want'of trucks to take it away., I do not know how they were ofF for trucks at the wharf, as I had no occasion to: go there on Monday night, or early Tuesday morning. As the Commissioner for Railways was up on Monday; I presume the deputation pointed out to aim the wool in the yard near the goods shed platform, awaiting trucks to take it to. Melbourne;...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 November 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor of the Riverine Herakl.) ■ Sir,:—In your issue of yesterday you say, " Among the names of those who waited last week on the Minister of Railways, to request certain alterations and improvements in con nection'with the Railway Wharf at Echuca, wg fail to notice that of Mr Wm. M'Culloch, who was appointed a member, of the,deputa tion at the public meeting held on the 2Gth of last month, «fcc, Ac." I beg to say that I had no intimation of having- been appointed nxcept from the report in your/paper, and'that I was never asked to accompany tho deputation, and knew nothing of it until after the interview with.the Com missioner of Railways. ; . • In conclusion, t have only to say-'that l. will ba very'glad if at'any tim'e il cant assist in furthering the'.interests of Echuca. :v: • ,"'I: remain,'yours 'respectfully/ L', :-v ! ; . win ji'pTjrJLopn. '' y'Melbou^^ljLth'Ndv.', .1860. : - , ;

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LAW REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 November 1869

LAW REFORM. Wo find thn following; lottor in the Sydney Morning Herald of the 1 lib instant:— . "Sir,—A recent occurrence in Victoria and liive.rina calls loudly for the necessity of Law Reform, and the spocdy amalgamation of Com mon Law and Equity, or rather a judicature where urgent matters may be decided on at once. " ' The mortgagees of. a station in Rivorina had taken possession, and were about; for warding the wool to market, when they were applied to by one of the banks for the wool, on which the said bank bad a lien; the mor'gagees replied that the wool was also theirs, being included in their security, and having possession, they meant to keep it. The ;bank'manager hastened to bis solicitors, who .informed him that the only course would be to file a bill in Equity. The bank authorities, not liking so uncertain and expensive a :hiethqd of procedure, decided to take the law into their own hands, and without delay hired fifty men (regular roughs up to any thing),: apd dispatch...

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IMPORTANT SQUATTING TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 November 1869

IMPORTANT SQUATTING TRIAL. The case of Brown versus. Aitkin and others in which the plaintiff, a sheep owner, sues George Aitkin, Alexander Wilson, and a number of other, squatters of the Witntnera district,' for £10,000 damasres for having1 killed and burned 9000 6heep, at Richardson's bridge, near St Arnaud, on the 29th June last, was continued before the Chief Justice, and a jury of twelve, on Monday. The evi dence' for tho plaintiff taken on Saturday, went to show that the shepp, which were being driven from the plaintiff's run at Glen lyon to another place known as the Curyo station, 200 miles distance, were not afflicted with scab, and were consequently unlawfully slaughtered by the defendants. It was also attempted to bo shown that in the destruction of the animals a great deal of horrible cruelty occurred, some of the sheep having been seen >unning_ about with their legs broken, or •writhing; and moaning ig their agony, after they had been knocked down and their backs bro...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 17 November 1869

STO^RBPOjR^^ Siicntth Hviald Office; Tuesday Evcnin "The following mob's of 8tbek~ liavb crossed' since "our" last istuq ^November] 1 a"—50 (Jor3cs,.['Jdn"Kiifs, Mur rumVi'J?eo, lGtli-.2G0 f.it cattie. Petere', Lachlan; 2iC0!fat'ewc6',teags'and'ncnrn^i ;'.5900'Eheop, Cooper- a'n'd XCelly, Queensland |; 270,fat tattle? Moore, Lachlan. -jT^ie Murrumlri^cce Bastor.il Association'.1;-Shovr at WSjfga Vi21rt^ffi;plnce'4o-m(»rfow'(17tli inat'.),'and'frbm the iery-large number of well-bred stock that are known td:b8 on their way to itivtheMJxprcsa says, a brilliant pathfiriug._mttyJc_lco_ked.jror. Thc.samc. paper .reports. the following local ipoyenicnts in stock396 mixed Btorcs/-Hunt- and Orawford'-s,'-in charge of-Mr-John Crawford, from tlie Bogan,-crossed for Deniliquin on Wednesday. {Power, Rutherford and po?,'ggents); 2:0 fat bullocks, Mr A. Stokes, ,from.F,orbes, in "charge of Sir Morgan, crossed fon .Thutiday./or the Melboi/rne markets (Powers, Rutherford' and > Co., ncents); 500 ...

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