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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 December 1869

Wool, stations, -Ag-estcles, Ac J^ALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 6 7, Q IT E EN STREET. James Mann, representative at Deniliquip. G. Fobsyth: & Co.," do. Wagga Wagga Do do. : Dubbo 308 Advances on Station Properties. The TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi investment are prepared fo make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On Squatting Properties In Victoria, and New South Wales, Bright Brothers & Co, Managing AgerftB, 8olioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 519 Tlie Turf. EC H u C A' H A C L® Q- CLUB. Second Meeting. FRIDAY, "ibth DECEMBER, 1869. : , Programme: : Fikst Race. To start at One o'Clook p.m. ' Maiden Plate of 15 bovs ; weight for; age; entrance 1 sov; distanoo, one mile and a-half. Mares and geldings allowed 31b. For horses that have never won an advertised piize. Second Race, . ; To start at Two o'Clock.. EcnucA Handicap of 2<> sove., with sweep, of 1 s...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 1st December. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 December 1869

. . DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 1st December. "During the week the weather has been very good, not too liot, with cooling breezes, nud occasional but light showerfi—about the 9th part of an inch cf rain has fallen. The local crossings of stock have considerably reduced; In fat sheep the following have passedOn the 26th November, 2 0 ) of Moore'ft, und 1000 do. of Wren and Beenilly's; 27th, 2000 do, of Smith's; 5000 of Holmes, White ana Co.; and360J of W. Campbell's; altogether only close on 14.000. In fat cattle, on Monday 238 of Molesworth'e went by. No local transactions aro reported. There has been a Blight rise in the Upper Dar- ! Sing, and in oonssqnencs ot late heavy rains a farther fresh was expected. The to'al number of sheep in Grent Britain and ' Ireland, when the returns were colleolei last, year, was 35,607.812 The number in the whole' of I these colonies is about 40,000,000. AVe hear that Mr Jam s Iron will cut 150 tore of hay this season on his farm at Tarragon, and ...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 4 December 1869

STOCK REPORTS, Riverine Herald OJJicc, Friday Evening. The following mobs of stock have crossed since our last issue:—December 1—3000 fat shoep, Synnot, Lach lan; 197 fnt cattle, Wnlseley, Gibbs and Co. December 2—266 fat cattle, MLaren; 2303 fat sheep, Moore, Lachlan: 240 fftt rattle, Molesworth, Lachlan. Decem ber 3—1290 fat 6beep, Wren aad Deeailly, Lachlan. December *1—500^ fot sheep, London Chartered Bank, Lachlan. December 5—200.) fat sheep, J. T. Smith, Darling. The blessings of the presnnt most propitious season, in the way of rain, have been liberally distributed over the face of the country. Advices from the Upper Darling state that splendid heavy rains have fallen there, which : have extended into the South Australian northern dis tricts as far westward as Lake Hope. Rain was pre , viously much wanted in the latter district, and these fella will, doubtJesft, be productive of very great benefit to the settlers in ihoee distant and arid regions. In the Melbourne market this...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE SWAN HILL GRIEVANCES. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

ORIGINAL- CORRESPONDENCE ;; ' swan hill grievances. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sirj—In last week's parliamentary report the Board of Agriculture, I notice, has received its death blow. Mr M'Caw was very severe upon itr, saying that it cost £800 to distribute ihe Government grant of £5000. I don't think he should have made that a ground of objection to the grant, for after all.it is only, a matter of 16 per cent. What would he say of the Swan Hill Road Board, whose receipts, as lately advertised, are £1295 in round'num bers, out of which £376 go to the secretary and collector, or 29 per cent. Or what would he say of the Swan Hill Hospital, Whose receipts last year, were £2225, ,out of which £807 were absorbed in medical supervision, secretary, collector, and servants—or 36 per cent! What is the Swan Hill pimtman doing that he does not notice these things, instead of writing trash about "shanties" and " swag men" 1 Yours, &c., FIGURES. Lower Murray, 29th Nov. Rich...

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SWAN HILL. 1st December [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

SWAN HfLL. IfcROil THE FUNTMAS.I . 1st December : "My music is the buzzing of a iiy." That is a line that I have come across somewhere; it may convey a poetical idea. I say may, because I am not at all sure about it; but one thing I am sure about—if the afore-men tioned fly was of the. blue-bottle description I would do my best to squeeze the music out of it for ever and a day, for I hate blue-bottle flies-as I hate snakes, and that's a caution, I can tell you. They have' spoilt me many a good dinner, and f daresay I am not singular in this respect. Or, if the musical fly I started off with had anything of the mosquito, nature, I don't imagine its music would have much charm about1 it. 'Twould be more' likely to produce en effect similar to the drone of a bag-pipe, according to William Shabspeare. Even as I write I hear a regular concert of :the! little wretches; luckily they don't come near me, for I am smoking like a chimney. They are tickling my ankles up, it is true, but I keep ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

riMPbWbrNGsr""" ECHUCA. ■ Impounded at Echuca, on 12lh November; trespass Gd cnch:— -. . . ■ ■ . Black or brown mare, dock tail, 6tar, broken hobbles on, Baddlo marked, B over M over HO or HE near shoulder. Chesnut horse,' long fait, small star, collar and saddle marked, broken lmees, like diamond and blotch within, near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 16th December, 1869. Impounded on 21st November, 1809. Trespass, Cd each:— Bay mare, long tail, stripe, like Q-C over TT near shoulder; hind feet white. Brown mare, switch tail, OX over D4 near shoulder, 1 over 13 off shoulder, like GO near neck, fistula. Chemrat mare, switch tail, stripe, lame, PM over Y near shoulder, near fore fetlock white. •Bay mare, long tail, star flC near Bhoulder. iBrown mare, Bwitch tail, star, over HI' near shoulder and thigh, S near cheek, ^ over J-I off shoulder. Cn 18th November:— 'Bay mare, switch tail, WX near shoulder. If not olaimed and expenses paid will be sold on 22nd '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

Wanted, WANTED for our Btore, a Good Active Man, as Salesman; first-class references re ' quired. , Apply to Aahos and Gertsman, Bal ranald, Murrumbidgee lliver, New South Wales. 744 Notices. ■ D R. H. S M I T H ' jgEGS to inform the Inhabitants of . Eohuoa, ;• '■ , | r -That' he has' 1 ; :Removc-d from ^Woodbine Cottage j To the Eesidence .of the late, Du SiBLKr. 743 ' ?• he w iti.x o;n:, . : ^OLICiio'i}," PllOCTOR, ; AND ' CONVEY-. . ; ANCEH,% , ; Sandhuest and EcnucA, . Managing Clerk at Eohnoa—Mr'H. .MAJOR. 747 £ Woiict's under flic Land Act. T HEREBY Give Notice, that I have this day X applied to the President of the Board of Land and Works for LioenspB to Occupy, under the 42nd section of tbe A mending Land Act, 1865, 70 acres, being allotment 36 parish of Kanyapella. JAMES EDWARD VAN LA WICK. Mr L. Byrne, Contract Surveyor. 6th December, 1809. . 35 iVieetiits-s. CHRISTMAS PIC-NIC. ■For the Benefit, of the Sandhurst Hospital. PERSONS interested in the above are requested . to ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. ECHUCA. Tuesday Evening, 7th December. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

|STATE OF TUB RIVEHS. •ECHUOAv— Tuesday Evening, 7th December. The Mtjiuiay (wharf ^uage), is,7ft 9in. above tho summer level. J,1 I>'i i..i * | fBY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] j ; • ; ; r TjlEiMURltAT.J j . '• J 'C ' Wahgunyiih'3ft Ifliii above summer level. Swan Hill .. 7ft Gin „ ,, EuBtori . . 12ft lOiii „ „ ! Thp. XIuhhumbidgeV. !<'. , Balranhld .. lift Oiu nbovo summer level.

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. ... At the Echuca Court of Petty Sessions, oti Monday, before the Police Magistrate, Ellen Lynax was fined 5s, with the alternative of twenty-four hours' in, the lock-up, for drun kenness. Thomas Roach, chargsd with, larceny from a dwelling-house, was remanded until the following' day. An application for a temporary license .'or the Echuca Race course was granted to Thomas Neild, landlord of the Jolly Waggoner Hotel. Yesterday,. before the Police Magistrate, the Mayor, and Dr Crossen, the following casos were disposed of: — Henry Stephenson was charged by Robert Worth with assaulting him. It appeared that Mr Stephenson rode on to Worth's ground to make enquiries with regard to the license of a boy who was carting1 wood for Worth, when the latter took hold of the horse's reins and tried to put him off the ground. Being unable to do this, he walked away, and Stephenson tode after him, putting him in danger of being ridden over. It wai. also stated that Stephenson ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. tgigr Subscribers and Advertisers wishing to discon-. tinuc their, Subscriptions or withdraw their, Advertise nients, must give notice IN WRITING to the " Business Manager." BANK HOLIDAY. THE Benk» will-be' Closet! ori^Friday'iiext,' the' lOtii instant, Raoe day,. ■ oi lr'/y; 748

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FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. On Sunday night the special train containing the Government employes who had been to see the Squadron, arrived at the WoodestJ Station, and after it had started, one of the passengers, a yo'lng man named W. E. Taggart, operator at the .Railway Telegraph Office, Caatleinaine, was missed from the carriage in which he had at first been in, but as it was thought he had gone into some of the other carriages, no notice was taken of his absence, until his body was discovered lying on the rails at the Woodend Station, with his head Bsvered from bis body, »nd both his thighs broken. An inquest waB held on the body at Woodend on Monday, but the evidence did not throw much light on the shocking occurrence. It was supposed that deoeased bad crossed the line to the refreshment-room, and returned ahile the shunting of oeitainlcarriages was taking plaoe; that he got caught by the ueok between t'le buffers of the oarriages, and had 1ub head crushed off, and that his body the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

l . , MARIUAGE. .... , . J Morgan—PtnxiNG.^-On .'the 4tli instant, (at Christ! Church, St Kildn, by tbo Hoy J. Stanley Lowe, George Canning Morgan, liairnednle, Eon of the 'liite William Morgan, Esq., gurgeon, R.N., Here ford, to Francos Harriett,-1 daughter "of'Charles ' " Pulling, Windsor, and granddaughter of the Into William Pulling, Esq , Truestreet-houso, Devon, and Captain George Christopher Pulling, ll.N., St Aryans, Monmouthshire.; - ' ; ,

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THE ECHUCA MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

tffe echuca meat preserving "COMPANY. Any one Mio may entertain doubts of the beneficial effects of the establishment of manufacturing industries in our neighborhood ironld do well to visit the works of the Echuca Meat Preserving Company. The extensive buildings that are'there progressing towards completion have for some time been giving employment to a large number of our towns people, who would otherwise, probably, have lad very little work to dd. . We saw so many familiar faces on. the spot a day or two since, that it seemed as if all the carpenters and bricklayers of Echuca had gathered together tbere. The opinion of these persons as to whether any good is.derivable from the open ing up of manufacturing enterprise in the district is worthbavihg, and will weigh down that of those,, who are not dependent on manual labor for their, living. When their srork is done,"which is, more is the pity, only cf a temporary description, there will be more of a permanent character For other sor...

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The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

£CHUCAI WEDNESDAY, DEO. 8, 1869. By the exercise of a nice discrimination the railway authorities have drawn the line be tween justifiable and unjustifiable sabbath breaking. This was rather a difficult thing to do, because sabbath !breaking->is sabbath: breaking, whether it receives Governmental sanction or not. " On the seventh day thou shait do no manner of work," is a law for the infraction of which necessity is the only ad missible plea. There may be differences of opinion as to what constitutes necessity in such cases, and some consciences are more easily satisfied than others. In a certain little fishing village on the west coast of Eng land the people suddenly grow very religious. It was considered a deadly sin for any boat to put off from the land on the sabbath except under circumstances of the deepest necessity. One fine Sunday morning, a good-sized West Indiaman, having all her hands, from the captain to the cook, laid up with the scurvy alol't t'o~takefin,§5n" caulSU...

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ECHUCA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

ECHUCA RACES. This meeting will take place on Friday, and . is looked forward to by the sporting portion of the community with much confidence as one that will be really creditable to the club. This , is very satisfactory, since, to tell the truth, when the preliminary arrangements were in hand, a good deal of ominous luke-warmness was exhibited. The members of the club, however, have brushed up wonderfully of late, and within the last few weeks there has-been no lack of activity and energy in forwarding' , matters, and placing them in such a shape as to ensure success. The funds of the club are, we are. informed, in a flourishing condi tion, there being as much money in hand as could have been expected under the most pro-* pitious circumstances. The community then may look forward to a pleasurable and ex-. ■ citing day's sport, and visitors will experience no disappointment in- attending to witness the events. We have already said that there are' a goodly number of promising local ...

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LATEST TELEGRAM. Melbourne, 7th December. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

LATEST TELEGRAM. (from our own correspondent.) Melbourne, 7th December. .The Flying Squadron sailed for Sydney this "morning, at ten o'clock. In the Legislative Assembly this afternoon, a proposal to abandon the consideration of the report of the Lands Enquiry Committee, was negatived. Mr Miller was proceeding to defend himself with some ability, when the House adjourned for refreshments. The Mail ship sailed this afternoon at two o'clock.

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

SHIPPING, ECHTJCA. ARRIVALS. Dec. 3—Cumberoona, and barge Howlang, Hill) master, from Wuhgunyah, with a cargo of wool. John Orr, agent. Deo. 4—Waradgery,' and baree Only Son, Foard, master, from Wahgwiyah, with 450 bales of-wool. 'John Orr. agent. • •' Dee. 4—Jane Eliza, and barge Wangaratla, Banks, master, from Wuhgunyah, with a cargo of wool and wheat. John Orr, agent. Deo. 7—Alfred, Mnelc, master, from Balranald, with 250 bales of wool. W. M'Culloch and Co., agents. Dec. 7—Corowa, Pierce, mapter, from Wabgunyah, "with a cargo'of wool, &c. F. Hogartb, agent. DEPARTURES. Dec, G—Waradgery and barge Howlong, Foord, master, for Wabgunyah witli 90 tons-cargo. John Orr, agent. . , . , , Dec. 7—Jane 'Eliza and barge .Wan'garatta, Banks, master, for Wabgunyah, with 101 tons cargo. John Orr, agent. Dec. 7—Wahgunyab, Page, master, for Bama, in ballast. Win. M'Culloch & Co., agents. The steamerB Cumbcroona, Alfred and Corowa bare been laid up for tbp season, the river being, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

Wool, Stations, Agencies; »Vc D ALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 6 7, QUEEN STREET. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. Q. Forsyth & Co.,. do. Wagga H'aggii Do do. Dubbo 308 Advances on Station Properties. The TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On SauATrtNo Properties In Victoria and New South Wales. Bright Brothers & Co, Managing-Agents,< Salioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbonrne, : 519 Ihc Turf. EC H U C A RAC.lSa. CLUB. Second .Meeting... FRIDAY, 10th DECEMBER, 1869. Programme: First Race. To start at One o'Clookp.m. Maiden Plate of 15 sovs; weight for age; entrance 1 gov; distance, one mile and a-half. Mates and geldings allowed 31b. For horses that have never won,'an advertised prise. • ■ • Second Race. To start at Two o'clock. Echuca Handicap of 20 sovs., with sweep of 1 bov. added ; entranoe 1 ...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 3rd December. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 3rd December. Our Hoy correspondent writes:—"On "Wednesday 300U fat wethers crossed for Melbourne, M'Evoy'e, from Woolloo»dool;.on Friday £000 fat ewes crossed for Mel bourne, J. and L. Learmonth's, from Groongal, in charge of JVIr M'AUster; ou Saturday 300 young rams crossed forVirgoeand Co/s Bellingeramble station, purchased from Toganmain station ; earne day 210 rams passed for Bank station, Oooligal, from Willurah. Hon William Campbell's; on Sunday (28th instant), 8500 mixed weaners crossed for Yallock, Willatidra Creole, from Wanganello, T. and-G. S. Lang's." Mr J. Moore, jun., who has recently started at Hay as stock agent, sold this week 100 two-tooth rams, bred by Messrs Pcppin and Sons, to Messrs G. and P. Mein, at 7s each ram. There have been no crossings at- Dcniliquiri tliis Week. 3000 (Uicketson's) fat sheep will cross to-morrow.

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 8 December 1869

STOCK REPORTS," &g. Hivtrine Herald Office, Tuesday Evening. Tho following mobs of stock have"crossed since our last issueDece.mber 4-^0000 fut'slicep, London-Char tered Bank, Liehlan; 10S0 do., Degraves,'' lobranabby,' 5tli—20( 0 fat sheep, J. T. Smith, Darling:; 6th-152 fat cattle, Green, Murrumbidgee. From all1 the accounts which we continue to receive from tlio distant northem'pastorul districts, there will be no falling off during the summer in the supplies of fat stock furnished by them ,tq tlie .various, markets. ; All nround Dubbo, on tho Macquarrie, the Castlerea'gh, the Upper iiogan, and Upper Darling,-us well as from tho •neighboring pastures.in .Queensland, feed is reported to ie'in magnificent condition,; and the stock:all'fat. Tho season everywhere, in fact, has been most propitious, and would seem almost to have been designed for the further ance of the new and important enterprise of meat pre serving, to which during tho last few months there need be, as far ...

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