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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

NOTICE tO &DVERTISEKS AND SUBSCRIBERS. 1^* Subscribers and. Advertisers wishing to discon tinue their Subscriptions or withdraw their Advertise ments, must give notice IK WRITING to the " Business Manager."

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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COLLISION BETWEEN THE CUMBEROONA AND WAHGUNYAH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

COLLISION BETWEEN THE CUM BEROONA AND WAHGUN5TAH. At the Police Court, Monma, on Thursday, before Mr Maunsell, Police Magistrate of Monma, and Mr Langford, Police Magistrate of Echuca, James Mace, master of the Cum beroona steamer, was brought up under warrant, charged with feloniously killing and slaying one George Skinner, on the 30th of October last. The deceased was the man who was steering the barge at the time of the collision of the two steamers, and was subse quently missed, having been drowned, whether in conseqiience of the collision or otherwise was unknown. The body was afterwards picked up on the return trip of the Cum "beioona/ahd delivered.to the police at Jlonma. A magisterial enquiry was hel.l, after which a summons was issued for Mace, which be did not obey, arid a warrant was consequently issued for his apprehension. t Mr Major appeared for the defence. The evidence, which is very similar to that likely to be given at the enquiry before the Local Steam Navigation ...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

C|e fiiteke Jkrali ECUVGA, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1869. The annual meetings of the Borough Council and District Road Board were adjourned on Wednesday. But for different reasons. The adjournment of the former took place in con sequence • of a- -motion having been car ried deferring the passing of the annual accounts. That. of the latter was the result of the want of a quorum. Some warm and even angry discussion arose on the motion in the Council. Some of the members expressed themselves in very strong terms with reference to the motives of the mover. There was no need however to go behind the statement made by that gentleman to the effect that he had discovered dis crepancies in the accounts, in order to search for motives. He was either right or wrong. If the former, he will of course be able to prove it, and if the latter, on himself must rest the consequences of an unnecessary cap tiousness and delay.of business. We imagine however that Cr Taylor, as a lawyer aDd pro ficient accounta...

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THE PLANTER'S FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

THE PLANTER'S FRIEND. Many of our agrieultural acquaintances in this district will be glad to bear that Mr Vet tier has a quantity of the valuable sugar cane known as the Planter's Friend growing in the Eckuca Vineyard. There is a row about five chains in length, and the plants are growing remarkably well, ond are very strong nnd healthy, Mr Vettler says there can he no question of Hs success in this district. Its qualities, lie tells us, are well known to him. It is very prolific, and can be mowed four times in the year for hay. Its excellence as a sugar producer has already been dwelt upon in our columns. Mr Vettler is saving the whole quantity now growing for seed.

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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

ECIIUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The annual meeting of the Borough Coim of Eohuca took place on Wednesday last, The members present were the Mayor, and Crs Hansen, Hayes, Mitchell, Nolan, New bould, Nield, Taylor and Weaver. The first business brought under the consideration of the meeting by the Mayor was the passing of the yearly accounts, a statement of which was laid on the tabta From this it appeared that during the past year £6231s7d had been received from rates; £882 15s from licenses; £632 Os 3d from water supply charges, and between eleven and twelve hun dred pounds from other sources, including £950, the grant-in-aid for the erection of town hall nnd court house. The expenditure for the year for public works, including £2014 8s lid for town hall and for salaries, &c., has been £4408 10s 5d. The balance to the credit of the Borough revsnue is £119 2s lid. "The Mayor said the council should now proceed to allow and pass the accounts. Cr Taylor objected to their being'allowed...

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HAY. 17th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

HAY. [from our own correspondent.} 17th November* " Dust and heat—heat and dust." That is the cry now. A tremendous hot wind is blowing to*day, bringing with it clouds of dust that penetrates every crevice in the dwelling-houses and chokes the pedestrian who is hardy enough to face it. The clouds, however, are banking up pretty thick, and I should not be surprised if we had a great change within the next twenty-four hours. The river is still falling rapidly, the gauge only showing 5ft 6in above summer level. The Alfred arrived here on Saturday and left for Echuca with wool at mid-day yesterday. The Aluury also passed down last night. The J.H.P. has gijne up to Wagga Wagga again, but it is questionable as to her return. The shacty-keepers at the back of the Lnehlan have received a lesson—no less than nine having been fined for sly grog selling last week. The Police Magistrate is at Booligal enquiring into the facts connected with the death of an " old hand," who was killed in a fight...

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ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. The annual meeting; of this Board lapsed for want of a quorum. The members present were Mr R. J. Glass, chairman, and Captain Anderson. The meeting was adjourned until this day.

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

SHIPPING. ech-u ca, AIUUVATJ3. Nov. 17.—Cumberoona end bargs;Hawlong from Wah gunyah with full cargo wool, &c. Nov. 17.—Waligunyah and borne Tocumwal, l'uge, master, from Upper JIurr&y with 4t)3 bale of wool. Wra. "il'Oulloeh and Co., agents. - Nov. 18.—Corowa, Pierce, master, from Wahgunyah, •vith full careo of wool, &e. V. Hogarth, agent. Xov. 18. —Waradgery, Foord, master, from Wahgun ?z'j, with full cargo of wool, &c. John Orr, agent. Albury and barge passed Hay on the ICth instant for t'ais port, with largo cargo wool and tallow. Alfred anrl barge left Hay on the 16th instant, with* 100 bales of wool. She will complete her loading at Mimmic, and sail direct for this port. Kelpie and Pride of the Murray are hourly expected rith full cargacs of wool. ^Vcnt worth was expected at Hay last night. There is a rail cargo of wool ready for here. She will bo loaded and despatched at once, as the Ifurrumbidgee is falling fast. The Cumberoona and Wahgunyah s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

i"'... Vurf. Cin,,C'H tTC A K A C I N G C L tf B. : Jtj1.- Second Meeting. ' | ' FRIDAT,,, 1.0tii•, DECEMBER,, ,1869. ; "' - ' - SlEWABDS: . J, 8. 'O'Sh'anassy, Keq, ; F.. Hogarth, Esq.; H. ; Ni' Powell," Esq., Captain Anderson ; J, " i M'Cnlloob, Esq. ^ • l; Judge : .' : J. L.' Aroher, Esq. Stakter: J. Clark, Esq. Clebk of the Course : '• A. M. O'Dwyer, Esq. .... . Treasurer: .. J. L. Aroher, Esq. Programme: 1 First Race. , To start at One o'Clook p.m. Maiden Plate . of 15..sovs; weight for age; "eMfcance 1 sot ; distance, one rbile and a-half, M«;i( and geldings allowed 31b. For horses that have never won an advertised ptize. Second Race. To start at Two o'Clccb. Eohuca Handicap of 20 sovs., with sweep of 1 sov. added ; entranoe 1 sov,; two miles. Thied Race. To start at half-past Two o'Clook. Handicap Steeple Chase of 20 sovs.; entrance 1 sov.; over the Course. Fourth Race. j To start ut half-past Three o'Clook. Ladies' Purse of 10 sovs.; entrance 1 sov.; 1 mile and a-half. VTelt...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 17th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 17th November. [ Lwring the week we have had eome excessively hot weather—104 degrees in the outside shade, which will very rapidly, if continued, give the country its usual summer aspects. The crossings here of fat stock have been, in sheep, as follows:—On the 14tli, 1750, Hope and Scott's;■ 15th, 5000, W. A. Brodribb's; and to-day a flock, number notBtated, from tlio Moulamein, belong ing to the Messrs Landale. On the 11th, Towns and Co.'s 4SOO storo sheep passed up to Conargo, and on the 13th, 150 rams, Holmes, White and Co.'s, possed by. In fat cattle, on the 12th, 276 of Mooro's, went through, and 42 horses of Dolman's. In local business no sales are reported.

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 November 1869

STOCK REPORTS, Jso. Riverine Herald Office, Fiiday EveniDg. .. Tlio following mob of stock only lias crossed since our last issue:—November 19—3S horses, Dorman, Mur Tumbidceo. : ; The Melbourne market was supplied on Wednesday Vith 514 head for the week, being by far the shortest supply in for some months. At the opening of tho market tho quality being good, piices ruled fully 30s per head higher than last quotations, but further on in tho sale, the quality fell, and chiefly to sccond quality and middling, and only a slight improvement in price upon last quotations was obtained. The absence of buyers from the country had a marked effect upon the biddings and the trade generally having good stocks upon hand, and expeeting better supplies forward, purchased spar ingly, at the higher quotations. Good and prime bul locks are quoted at from £7 10s to £9 10s, a few pens to £10; second quality and middling bullocks, according to weight at from £o 10s £7; good and prime cows, of which ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

Wanted. TO SAW MILL PROPRIETORS, BUSHMEN, AND OTHERS. ' ' WANTED a regular Supply: of-Eed (Jum, jn square logs and Bawn. Apply J. Shackell & Co., Commeroial Chambers.' Eohuoo, 22nd November, 1839. 714. , WANTKD a good General Servant. -Apply to Mrs PeterEon, Noah's Ark Hotel. 713 ; To Xet. I: BBEWEltY and PLANT, in good working A order, To Let in Echuca. A fortune for any man that understands the brewing business. To a party with small capital tic above is an oppor tunity that seldom ot ever offers. For further particulars apply to the owner, v " ' Mr J. H. FLEMING, 705 . ' ' American • Hotel, - Eohuca. ^Lectures, acrmoiie, tVc. - FREEMASONRY. : BY request of theW.M., S.W., and J.'W. and Brethren of the Eohuca Lodge of Advance ment No. 1059, Brother the Rev P- P. AGNEW, P.G.C. E. C. arid 8.C. &c., will deliver a PUBLIC LECTURE on "PR R K. M A SON R Y," at the Town Hall, Eohnoa (subject to permission being granted), on THURSDAY Evening, the 25th instant, at 8 o'Clock ...

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RAILWAY SHEEP TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

RAILWAY SHEEP TRAFFIC; Several stock and station agents of, Mel bourne, amongst whom were Mr Dotigbarty, Mr King (of King andCuningham), Mr Mann (of Ettershank and Co.), and Mr Finlay (of Powers, Rutherford and (Jo), waited on Mon day upon the Commissioner of Railways, in reference to matters connected with the sheep traffic on the Victorian Railways. The de putation first brought under the notice of the Commissioner a grievance under which they suffered through being obliged to give several months' notice of when they required sheep trucks, and being fined £10 aftewards if cir cumstances proved that the trucks were not needed. Some times the fine was reduced to £5, but they asked that the department would in future remit it altogether in cases where the parties ordering the trucks gave notice a week before the appointed date that they would not be required. Mr Longmore seemed toj be of opinion that , the station agents and cattle dealers had been liberally treated, but he promised ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

IHPOUNDrNGS. . ■ EcaucA. / . f -.i Impounded at Echuca, on 12th »>Tember; trespass :,6d each:—.. . ui Black or brown mare, dock tail, F"r> .rT°]fen on>' _ , saddle marked, B over R0Ter ^0 or near ■Chesnut horee, long tail, s"?)J - B.'?F> c0'l?r ' marked,"broken kne<*> like diamond and blotch within, near ehould" .. • If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 15th December, 18G9. (jjyRGE JAMESON, Poundkeeper. : HoliowayB Ointment and Pills. — Premature Decline. Tie unwary and thoughtless may save them selves a'sepof future troubles by an early reeourBC to these exement curatives. All blotches from whatever oauja apSing;, all enlargements of the glands wherever rituatdi irritating sores and debilitating discharges, may be safely and certainly cured by employing Hoi. loway's Ointment and Pills, in accordance with the instructions wrapped round cach pot and box. No • tj*»idity neod deter the weakest from applying to these restoratives, which exert the t...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, 23rd November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

STATE OF THE RIVERS. i > u . i; i'. i»< ■ . ' i ECHUCA. I Tuesday Evening, 23rd November*- ■ The MuHHAY'(wliarf"gunge) is lift Oin above.the summer level. ATByjL'ECtRlCitfiliEGRAPII.] The Murray. Wahgunyali . . 3ft lOin above summer level. r Swan Bill ] •... ■ 11 ft ;0iu • ; *- ,, » Slueton1 '1 v. > 14ft 8iu : >, ■ ■ The MuunuMBinGEE. : Balranald .. 15ft Oin above Bummer level. ' , Hay . ." / ./ < :4ft . Gill; ,, ,, '

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 19th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

.. Pastoral Times OiBce, 19th November. I iklr W. H. Graves, for Ryan and Hammond, reports -eale of 820 etore'cattle, llr D. F, Mackay'e, to G* A. and , P. Mein.:' Messrs King and Cunningham have sold 4800 1 Btore Tvethers to Messrs Woleelev, Gibba and Co. Our Hay correspondent reports the following crossingsOn Saturday, 13tli November, 2300 fat wethers, E. L. Moor's. from Overall Plains, Booligal; 3GOO fat owes, Wilson ^ and Parkins, from Bank station, Booligal; 30 head of fcorees for Bunk station; about 3000 head of bullocks (Keighran in chargc) from the Merungle, passed on Monday.; r The following have crossed at Deniliquin during the week:—Saturday, 150 rams, Messrs Holmes, VWhite and Co.; Sunday, 1750 fat ewes, Messrs Hope /andScott's; Mondayf'5600 fat sheep, W. A. Broadribb; Tuesday, Messrs Land.ile Brothers' one (look; Wednes day, 0500 Erigli8h and Scottish Bank (Mossgiel). 4800 Town's arid'Co,, store Bheep, sold to Messrs Wolseloy, Gibbs and Co., passed to Cobran. Tlie marke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers and Advertisers wishing to discon tinue their Subscriptions or withdraw .their Advertise ments, mitst £/vb notice ZNI WRITING to the}}. Business Manager."

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

ismtlppi^G. ,s Eqjn ujc$. Nov. 5W:^Pride'of the Murray and barge Only Soil, Bavins master, from Wentworth, with full cargo of wocl, fire. Wm. M'CuUoch and Co., agents. Kelpie and barge Woterwitch, Symington master, from Edward River, with 400 bales of wool. Wm. •_JttJP.uliocK_a_nd.Co,, agenlB. . r * - , defautuues. .cNov. 20.'—.Wahgunyah.'and . barge Tocumwnl, Page, —master,. for. Tocumwal, with, general. cargOw.." -VYm., H'Culloch and Co., agents. Corowaj "Pierce master for Wahgunyah, with 70 tons general cargo. _ P. Hogarth and .Co., ngeuts. i "Waradgcry and barge Only Son, Foord master, for 'Wahgiinyah, with 90 tonB general cargo. John Orr, agent. *''" tie.i e 'Albury and Alfred are "expe'eted'to-day, with cargoesofjwool. . ; '• . • '■ } { large

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1869. To-nioiit for the discrepancies. We wonder what they, will amount to after all. Will the Town Clerk' prove' that5 his bookkeeping is deserving of the enconium passed upon it by the auditors, and that he is incapable of error, as some 6f the- councillors were anxious to assert the other day; or will Cr Taylor be able to show that discrepancies may possibly creep-into his statements as wiell as into those of other persons? It is of very little use asking the question here, we admit, for we confess to being utterly unprepared to make a reply one way or the other. We have looked over the balance sheet, certainly, and w'e should be in a better position to say how far there may be discrepancies in it, if it were only a little bit plainer* to the comprehension of persons who;do not make the .art of account keeping a study. All we can say is, if there is really anything in it that ought to be taken to pieces, to use a' homely expression, we are I very glad ...

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SWAN HILL. 17th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

SWAN HILL. Ifrom the puntma^.| ■ 17th November, Well, it has come, and.that in earnest ;:not winds, blazing- ' suns;' and' delightful 'sand storms during the-day):and- a thriving family of mosquitoes to amuse us during the night. Yes, summer has como, and I like it— oh! amazingly. In some of my scribbles I have mentioned, I believe, that I was beginning to like the climate of this Lower Murray, and the last few days has quite enchanted me with it," there's no mistake about that! Any one to see me at this moment, with my shirt sleeves tucked up, and my shirt collar turned down, in the manner, I am told, of the late Lord Byron, who, I am further informed, was . a writer of verses—would, say that rapture was oozing out of my face It is a regular case of "in melting moments day by dayand couldn't I just go in for a claret spider well iced ? my word. I'm not to say a. believer in Mr C. E. Jones, in fact I disbelieve a very great deal of what he says, and what he has already said; but be ...

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