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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &o. | ' " • •' •. _ _ { oh ' Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. ' • ' The following mobs of stock have crosaed. since our "last issueNovember 22—1750 fat BhcepV 'Hopo and Scott;; 1400;.do., tfo., M'-Bairi ; 1500'do., do., Lnhdale. 23—30 horses from Mossgiel, G500 fat sbecp from Moss .gierowill croes to-'day.' \ , .'.V \? •• *\.V . "* The weather, which had for some days p«6t been rery1 •warm,: broke on Mouday evening. Yesterday there was a? heavy-fall of rain, accompanied with thunder and iightniug, (throughout nearly the whole of the day. The' accounts from the neighboring ' districts aro all good, with respect to the 6tate of the feed and /water, and of the stock generally, which in most'parts "are rapidly putting on flesh. There is every prospect of ;au abundanceof grass during the hot months. Shearing is now at an end in this district. The Wharparilla shed concluded operations last week, and the last flock.has been shorn at Restdown. Our Swan Hill co...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

LECTURES. The Rev; P. P. Agnew, of the Free Church | of England, and for many years prison chap lain in Sydney, preached morning and-even* JngJnSt;, George's Hall, Echuca, oa Sunday last. The Reverend gentleman delivered most impressive discourses. On the follow ing evening ho gave a lecture in the Town Flail, on the subject of Prison Discipline in New South Wales. The Chair was occupied by the Mayor, Mr Towle There was a numerous attendance, nnd. the Reverend lecturer was heard throughout with the most marked attention. He gave an extended and highly interesting description of various phases of convict character, illustrating hjs sketches by anecdotes, spine of which were of a thrilling nature, while others were so ex ceedingly amasing that his audience wore convulsed with lauguter. we regret tuat our space will not permit of our giving on extended'freport of his description of the prison discipline nt the penal establishment at Cockatoo Island, which, by the way, has lately been a...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 23rd November, 1869 [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

SANDHURST. -(From - Oca 0wn-Correspoxdent.) j Tuesday, 23rd November, 1869 cBuio—prices anout.tho samo; 14 calves69o4" sheep—.trade brisk; 1323 lambs—over supply. 'J '^OftUle. —224 Peters's • (Murrumbidgee), feood and middling; bullocks, £7 5s; cows, £5 17s-3d.; 123 Lucas's, oulls, £5 15b; 73 Moore's (Laclilau), culls, £5 IC<6£:i'balinoa small lots.: ■ ' - "■"■ ,

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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 23rd Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

LATEST TELEGRAM. (FHOJI OUH OWN COUUESroJTDENT.') Melbourne, 23rd Nov. TUe weattoer broke to-day into unintermit tent mini which appears likely to continue. Mail not in sight at Cape Otway. The country letters will probably not be" delivered | till Wednesday morning;. •

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

Wool,; Stations, Agencies,-Ac J^AL'MAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. : Sheep, and Cattle. Salesmen, 67, QU EE iV S T R E E T. James ;Manh,: representative at Deniliqnin. G. Fobsith & Co., • do. ; Wagga Wagga 1)6 .do, Dnbbo ! ! . ' 80S . AnvANCES on Station - Properties. rpHE , TRU8T1 and "AGENCY COMPANY of _ 1. <:; AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having'now'a large amount of oapital foi ■. ? •investment are prepared to make Liberal. Cash .Advances at Reduced Rates On - Squatting Pbopeeties ..... K Victoria and New- South Wales, : Bhkht Brotheus & Co, Managing Agents.. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. ■ 1 ■ r-- " :.,7 519 The Turf. EC H U C A RACING CLUB. SECOKfi MEETIN8. FRIDAY, 10th'', DECEMBER, 1869. Stbwaqds* * ' J, S., O'Shansssy, Esq.; F. Hogatfh, Esq.; H. N..'Pow&l,. Esq., Captain Andere^n; J. M.'Cullooh, Esq. . - ; . . JuDqe: J. L. Aroher, Esq. Stakteb: J. Clark, Esq. 'CtEBK OF the CoTJBSE : "A." M. O'Dwyer, Esq. • i ■ . Tbeascbeb : J. L. Archer,...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

NEWS BY THE MAIL. Adelaide, Tuesday. i •; The branoli steamer with the' English mail on boaTd arrived off Adelaide at Bi.t o'clook this morning. The 11. M.S. Malta left Galle oil the 4th ioBt, bringing news dated 22nd Ootober. • The wool" sales closed on September 21st, a summary of whioh came to hand by last mail. This telegram repeats the news of ah advance having taken plaoe of a penny to a penny half penny. ■ About eight thousand bales were' with drawn for an advanoe. ■ There was great competi tion from' the Continent for re.lly fiue wools. Tallow is in demand. . Petitions for winding up the European As surance Company.are being disou3sed. Exports have-further declined. This faot, together with the result of the wool sales, is expeoted to have a reassuring effeot in the colonies'. The money market haB been excited during the month, owing to the large quantities of' gold sent to New York by speculators. Consols, 93J. The wool market has continued firm. ■ Wheat is two shillings lo...

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THE LATE COLLISION IN THE RIVER. INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 24 November 1869

THE LATE COLLISION IN THE RlVER.     INQUIRY. The investigation into the causes of the late collision between the steam vessels Cum- beroona and Wahgunyah was commenced on Friday last, the-19th .inst, before the Echuca Steam Navigation Board. The. members present were Mr Langford, P.M. (chairman), and Messrs Willock and Patterson. W. P. Doolen deposed that on the 31st October last he was steering the barge of the Wahgunyah, about daylight, when he saw the Cumberoona across the bends of the river, a considerable distance behind. Between five and six o'clock in the morning she overhauled the Wabgunyah in the narrow part of the river running through the Moira Lakes   When close by, Captan Mace,:master of the Cumberoona, gave a loud whistle.. The Wah- gunyah was then in the bend where the col- lision subsequently took place. The Cum- beroona immediately afterwards ran into the Wahgunyah, when the latter vessel eased her engines and afterwards stopp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

, r ■ IMPOUNDIKGS. • . ; . ECfiDCA. Impounded at Echuca, on 12th November j ^trespass 6d co ell':—. Black or brown mare, dock tail, star, broken hobbles on, saddle marked, Dover W over HO or'HE near shoulder. Chesnut horse, loop tail, small star, collar and eaddle marked, broken knees, like diamond and blotch within, near shoulder. • • If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 15th December, 1S69. Impounded on 2lst November, 1819. Trespass, 63 each:— ' ■ > Day mare, long tail, stripe, like Q-C over TT near shoulder; hind feet white. Brown mare, switch tail, OX over B-l near Bhoulder, 1 over 23 ofr shoulder, like CO near neck, fistula, Chesnct ninro, 6»itch toil, stripe, lame, I'A! over T near shoulder, near fore fetlock white. Bay mare, long tail, star £C near shoulder. _> Brown mare, switch tail, star, o over.HI; near ehoulder and tuieh. S near cheekj over j-I off shoulder. On 18th'Soyembci:— . ' ' ' ' Bay mare, switch tall, TVK near shoulder: If not claimed and expen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

Wanted, TO SAW MILL PROPRIETORS, BUSHMEN* AND OTHERS. WANTED a tegular Supply of Red Gum, in square logB and bawd. Apply J. Shackell & Co., Comtneroial Chambers. Eohnosj 22nd November, 1839. 714 WANTED a good General Servant. Apply to Mrs Peterson, Noah's Ark Hotel. 713 Notices. NOTICE is hereby given, that the CO-PART NEKSHIP oarried on for anme time past at Eohooa, in the oolony of Victoria, by James Maokintosh add Alexander Amos, under the firm of James Mackintosh, na eaw-niill proprietors, was on the first day of November, one thousand eight hundred and sixtv-nine, DISSOLVED, by mutual onnsent. Mr James Mackintosh is em powered to disoharge and settle all debts du3 tr and by the said co-partnership oonoern. Dated this sixth day of November, 1869. ALEXANDER AMOS (By his attorney, Robert Amos.') JAMES MACKINTOSH. Witness to the signature of the said James Maokintosh—D.' Braham, solioitor, Melbourne. Witness to the signature of the said Alexander Amos—D. Braham, V - ' 696 ^...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 26th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

I STATE OF THE RIVERS. I . . ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 26th November. I The MtJHUAY (wharf guage) is Oft 6in above the cummer level. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The Muukay. Wabgunyah .. 3ft 5in above summer level. Albury .. 2ft 4in ,, „ Swan Hill .. lift lin ,, ,, Euston .. 15ft Din „ „ The SItjRntiijniDOEE. Wac^a Wagga. 3ft 6in „ „ Gunilagai . . 4ft Oin ,, ,, Bulranald .. 15't fiiu above summer level. Hay .. ,. 3ft lOin „ „

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE CROSSING PLACE FOR STOCK. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE - CROSSING PLACE FOR STOCK. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—Within the last few months I have several timeB noticed in your journal com munications respecting the advisability or necessity of opening a road and crossing over the Murray, between Swan Hill and Echuca. Now everybody conversant with the difficul ties of travelling stock from the Darling, Murrumbidgee and Lachlan rivers is well aware that this route is the only one affording a prospect of giving stock justice while driving to market. For the last three seasons, with the exception of thirty-five miles on the Loddon, there has been absolutely nothing, for stock along the road between Swan Hill and Sandhurst, |one-third of the whole distance (130 mijes) consist of lanes. Now, crossing from Gonn to Gunawarra, and thence by Mount Hope to Sandhurst, the road would run through open, well-grassed coHntrv, per fectly frfea from lanes all the way till within a short distance of Bendigo. This ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

BAiSK HOLIDAY. TUESDAY next, (he 30th instnnt, being St. Andrew's Day. 724 ! NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers and Advertisers wishing to discon i tinuc their Subscriptions or wi'hdraio their Adverting ; incntsy must give noiico IN WHITING to the "Business Managvr."

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LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

LECTTJfiE. A public lecture was delivered on Thursday evening in the Town Hall by the Rev. P. P. Agnew, on the subject of Freemasonry. The Hall was crowded on the occasion, and a large number of ladies were present, ns might naturally have been expected from the nature of the subject to be treated of. Mr James Shackell, being a past master mason, and having been first master of the Echuca lodge, was voted into the chair, and briefly intro duced the rev. lecturer. The history of freemasonry from the earliest ages of the world to the present day was rapidly and lucidly sketched, and excited deep interest even among the brethren present, as well as the uninitiated. The description of the building of Solomon's Temple, as well as of its grandeur when finished, was graphically and impressively given. At the conclusion of this stupendous work the masons employed, who formed an enormous body of men, were scattered over tbe face of the earth, but a bond of union was established, which has be...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

£GSUCAj SATURDAY, NOV. 27; 1869.. The statement read by Cr Taylor at the adjourned annual meeting- of the Borough Council on Wednesday evening1 was a very lengthy paper, and contained a large number of charges against the Town Clerk ot dis crepuncies and errors in his accounts of greater or less importance. Comment on them in the present stage of affairs would, we believe, be improper and unjust, as the Town Clerk has had no opportunity of reply ing. It would scarcely either be fair to the Council, pending the investigation which is to be instituted, to enter into any discus-ion of the matter, or to publish the statement made by Cr Taylor, until the Town Clerk shall have had time to prepare a reply, or until the professional examination of the books about to be entered into lias been con cluded, and reported upon to the Council. In determining, after due consideration, on adopting this course, we are only following that invariably taken, as far as discussion goes, in cases that are ...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. The Legislative Council, on Tuesday, ad journed till the following day, there not be'ng a quorum. On Wednesday the Land Bill was re-committed. An amendment proposed by Mr T. T. A'Beckett, exempting from alienation or proclamation as commons pastoral lands within half a mile of any homestead, a quarter of a mile of the pre-emptive section, or any woolshed, cattle-yards, reservoir, dam, or well constructed on a run before the passing of this act, wa3 negatived. A series of new clauses to follow clause 84, providing for the establishment of a " lands court" for the settlement of all disputes affecting Crown lnnds, was inserted, on the motion of Mr O'Shanassy. On '1 hursday the third reading of the Local Government Act was discharged, and the bill wascommitteed for further amend ments. The House adjourned until Tuesday next. In the Legislative Assembly, on Wednes day, the House went into Committee of Supply, and the expenditure proposed to be incurred this year i...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

NEWS BY THE MAIL. The English papers received by the Mail nre barreD of intelligence of political interest. The dulness prevailing in the manufacturing counties has given rise to a cry for Protection, but Mr Bright and Mr Edmund Asbworth bave addressed the people of Manchester, showing that pauperism is very much less than it was under a protective policy. An epidemic of murder (says the European Mail) seems to be sweeping over us. Hardly a dny passes that the papers do not record one or more frightful examples, and the last, a double murder at Wood Green, is perfecily horrifying1. A man who distrusted the fidelity of the woman he was living; with, met her returning'from town with the rr.an he sus pected to be her paramour. After knocking the man down at the station, be dragged the woman to her home—in the (ace of bystanders whose protection she implored—and there shot her dead, and savagely best out her brains before the onlookers. He then rushed to the man's house with whom be had...

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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

ECIIUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The adjourned annual meeting of the Bo rough Council took place on Wednesday evening. The meeting had been adjourned on the .previous Wednesday, on the motion of Cr Taylor, in order to enable him to examine the accounts, as he said he had deteoted dis crepancies in the balance sheet which in his opinion required explanation, and'an examina tion of the books would be necessary. Pre sent—The Mayor, and Crs Hansen, Hayes, IWwbo-.ild, Nolan, Ninld, Mitchell, Taylor and Weaver, 't he minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Cr Mitchell rose to explain why he had seconded the mo tjon for the adjournment, but wbb ruled to be out of order by the chairman as there was nothing before the meeting. Cr Taylor said lie had a resolution which be would move after be bad read to the Council a statement which ])„ |)ad drawn up after going carefully over tlie balance sheet, and esntuining the books, jje would first of all call the attention of the Council to t...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

SHIPPING. ECHUCA. AttttIVAL8. Nov, 24.—Jano Eliza and barge Wangaratta, Smith master, from Wahgunyab, with 410 bales of wool, and 60 tone fi <*'C. John Orr, went. Nov. 25.—h.»L ury and baree J. & M., Johnston roas ter, from Murrambidgpe, with 70Q bales of wool, and 10 tons tallow. Wm. M 'Culloch and Co., agents. Wahgunyah and barge Tocumwal, Pa go master, fmm Tccum^al, with 200 bale* of wool. Wm. M'Culloch and Co , agents. Nov, 26.—Alfred and barge Alice, Slack master, from Hay, with 650 bales wool. Wm, M'Cnlloch and Co., Fronts. Kelpie, Symington master, from Barmah, with full cargo of sleepers, Wm. M'Culloch and Co., agents DEPARTURES, Nor. 25 —Kelpie, Symington master, for Barmah, in ballast Wm. M'Culloch and Co., agents. Nov. 26 —»Pritle of the Murray, and barge Water witch, W. Davies master, for Went worth, Mith full car<o. Wm. M'Culloch and Co., agents. Jane Eliza, and barge Wangaratta, Smith master, for Wahguuyah, with 150 tons of cargo. John Orr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

Wooli Stations, Ag-emcles,; Ac j^ALMAHOY oampbell &. CO. Bheep and Cattle Salesmen, 67, QUEEN STREET. - James Matto, representative at Deniliquin, q-. Foesxth & Co., do. "Wagga Wagga Do do. Dubbo . 808 Advances on Station Properties. mhe TRUST'and1 AGENCY COMPANY of _1; AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi investment are prepared to make Libebal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On SaUATTINO PEOrEETIEs 1 ' In Viotohxa and New South Wale9, Bbight Bkotheks & Co, Managing Agonts. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. • «• 519 The 'JTsarf. ECHUCA RACING CLUB. Second' Meeting. FRIDAY, 10th DECEMBER, 1869. Stewabds: J, S, O'Shanassy, Esq,; F, Hogarth, Esq.; H. N. Powell, Esq., Captain Anderssn; J. M'Cullooh, Esq. Judge: J. L. Archer, Esq. , . ' STAJiTER: J. Clark, Esq. . ..CLERK 03? THE CoUBSE: A. M. O'Dwyer, Esq. 1 Teeasueke: J. L. Archer, Esq, Programme: ' Fikst Race. ;To start at One o'Clook p.m. Maiden Plate of 15 bovb; weight for Bg...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 24th November. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 November 1869

DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 24th November. This week has given fuller assurance of the current summer being provided with sufficient water and a fair I quantity of gross. We augur the increase and fatness ! of stock will be relatively large. Tne rains, seasonably expected in the winter, have followed, although late, up to the present, and as we have ulready indicated, the Bummer period of eight years back, is now presumably returning. Rain, on the const line, has been falling for many days, and here in Deniliquin, within a few hours, 1.C0 of an inch, in which the surrounding country hue participated j while the clouda are still gregarious and , promising. General production promises to be heavy, and animal food supplied up to all consuming power Many settlers regret this—sheep are too abundant, the ; flocks going down too numerous, and animal food too ; cheap. They fail to see the indications furnished —wc simply want people, or as they would say 44 profitable consumers"—mouths. T...

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