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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

— . IMPOUNDINGS. • ECHUCA. Impounded at Echuca, on 12th November; trespass 6d each :—: ■ • ' Black or brown mare, dcpV tail, star, broken hobbles on, saddle marked, B over P9 over HO . or. HE near' shoulder. Chesnut horse, long tail, small star, collar and saddle marked, broken knees, like diamond and blotch within, near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be gold on 15th December, 1SG9. Impounded on 21st November, 18C9. Trespass. 6d each: iiay mare, long tail, stripe, like Q-C over TT near shoulder; bind feet white. Brown mare, switch tail, OX over D4 near shoulder, 1 over 13 off shoulder, like CO near ncck, fistula. Cbesnut mare, switch tail, stripe, lame, Pit over T near shoulder, near fore fetlock white. Bay mare, long tail, star flC near Bhoulder. Brown mare, switch tail, star, over HF near shoulder and thi'sh, S near cheek, ^ over J-I off shoulder. On 18th Novembei :— Bay mare, switch tail, WK near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid will be sold on 22nd De...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

Amuscinei 0 BOXING- (^K LD HARYEY'S/^YIN PriZBB, Gpafl Liquor! RenrtSmber Boxin! ACI 3 EL.—Good Fan. 741; Ei«sS. LOS^between Elmale# Yilla and the Common Ki)h'Tfi1~i\ll'*iVflpnriTit|T>mJri Register and Cer lifioate of Compettney. I £T~feWuid. A. Harf.H horn. i I ~"?$4 To the Grocers and Storekeepers of Eohaca and Distriot. VICTORIA TEA COMEDY, 21 Little CoBioa-street Vfe&tf Melbourne, W. GEORAESON & C(X< Proprietors. (EBlablished fori the proper/ulebding of Teas.) 5. beg I} announoe that, Bulk business, oflthe trade not -jilmely, that of n'oy prepared to WGEORGESbN & I , in ndditicm to , they have commenp hitherto introduce' TEA BLENDING, L supply a \ervjpnerior atn/ngJfull-/flavored TEA in HALF AnNB and/096 Pot/nd TINFOIL PA t in bulk/ Having allured the sWvioes of an experienced London blender, they can confidently reoommend the above to the Dotioe of the trade. A trial order solicited. Prioe lists on application. 752 1*HEREBY Give Noticp, tha...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BOROUGH COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE BOROUGH COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—At a time when the public are anxiously looking for the result of the Borough Council's action with respect to the yearly accounts, the apathy and inattention to business of the Council, or some of its members, are calculated to promote that anxiety and to excite suspicions of a sinister motive. The ordinary meeting of the Council should have been held on Wednesday evening, but in the course of Wednesday a letter signed by the Mayor was brought to me, in which he stated he had inadvertently let the Hall to the Simonsens, and requesting the Councillors to consent to an adjournment till 4 o'clock on Friday, the 10th instant. As the letter, before it was brought to me, had been signed in token of their acquiescence by about six of the Councillors, I also signed it, at the same time pointing out to Bartlett, the messenger, that the adjourned meeting was for Race day, and I supposed few Coun...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council this week the Municipal Corporation Bill has been read a third time and passed. A discussion has taken place on the motion of Mr T. T. A'Beckett to alter the existing mode of dealing with bills coming within the scope of clause GO of the Constitution Act, and providing that they should be framed •on resolutions previously agreed upon between the two houses. The motion was ultimately withdrawn. The House adjourned until Tuesday next. In the Legislative Assembly the debate on the report of the Committee on the Crown Lands Department was resumed on Tuesday. The report relative to Mr Miller was read, Mr Miller defended himself at some length, con tending that the evidence was unworthy of belief, and denying several of the allegations in the report, and generally arguing that no case had been made out against him. A mo tion by Mr M'Kean affirming the finding of the committee was, after considerable discus sion, negatived by 18 votes to 1...

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THE LATE FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

THE LATE FATAL RAILWAY ACOIDENT. [FROM THE MOUNT ALEXANDER MAIL.] We observe that in one of the Melbourne journals is copied a garbled report of the accident which proved fatal to poor Taggart. Inquiring into the truth of some of the assertions, we find that Mr Anderspn, the Chief Clerk in the Traffic Manager's Office, denies that "Taggart was under the influence of drink when he (Taggart) spoke to him." He further says"So far as I am concerned, I can only say that Mr Taggart when he spoke to me was to. all appearance perfectly sober. I may add that I refused Mr Taggart permission to remain in Melbourne that night solely on the ground that the senior operator was on leave, and that he was in charge of the station as operator. I also informed him that one or two others had applied for the like permission, and that I bad refused all of them. I this morning saw Mr Taggart's brother-in-law, who informed me that T. had spent the whole of Sunday with his family in Melbourne, and that he h...

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ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

• ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) Sir,—Having noticed in your valuable local journal for many a week past, the Echuca Road Board begging of members to fulfill the office of members to the board, I trust, Mr Editor, you will assist to the reconstruction of the Borough and Road districts with the new territory, and to have them proclaimed County of Echuca, and as the borough has lately erected, at a large cost to itself, a beau tiful Council-house and Court of General Ses sions; and as all the Road Board Sessions' business must be done in the building, I think the board can make no just complaints to the re-unity of the district again; and more par ticularly as the Road Board is in existence for nearly seven years, and have not spent one shilling towards the-erection of suitable offices to assemble in. And as the Local Govern ment Aot was passed for the good govern ment of the people, it lowers the value of the Act to have every hamlet look for self...

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DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, 8th December. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office. 8th December. The crossings here in fat sheep during the week have been—on the 4th, 3000 of Ricketson's; 5th, 3100, Clarke and Macleay's; 6 th, 2800 of Chambers'; and on the 7t{j, 3000 of M'Evoj 's. In fat cattle, 400 of Sut tor's on tlio 4th, and 130 of liroad's on the 0th. On the 6th 490 store of Booth and Holloway's went by. There aro now G000 of Lcarmonth's sheep close at hand.

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DISTRESSING AND FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

DISTRESSING AND FATAL ACCI DENT. It is with very deep regret that we have to record the death by drowning on Wednes day last of a daughter of Mr Jonathan Chappel, of Restdown Plains Station. It appears that Bhe was playing on the banks of the Campaspe, and getting on to a log, lost her footing, and fell into a deep hole. She was only six years of age. The circum stances of the case were particularly sad. It appears that she had strolled away with some children of her own age towards the creek, nnd as this was no uncommon occurrence, Mrs Chappel, who saw her going, took no notice of the matter. Some considerable time afterward^, however, she saw the chil dren returning,catid'^not observing her own with them, she went to them, and enquired for her. Her horror and anguish may be imagined when they told her that poor little Lilly had fallen from a log into the deep water about an hour previously, and though they had been watching for her she had not again appeared. The poor child was fo...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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STATE OF THE RIVER. ECHUCA. Friday Evening, 10th December. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

STATE OF-THE RIVER. ECHUCA. Friday Evoning, 10th December. Tho Murray (wharf guage) is 7ft lin above the summer level.'

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ECHUCA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

ECHUCA RACES. All Echuca was out of town yesterday afternoon, enjoying an "outing'" on the race course. The drive out to that spot, which i3 distant about three miles from Echuca, is a pleasant one on a fine day, and the weather yesterday was all that could be desired. During1 the forenoon, therefore, everybody was in a state of preparation, and vehicles of all manner of descriptions were to be seen dashing1 about the town, while equestrians variously mounted mustered in some numbers in the streets. A great many faces strange to Echuca, but familiar to Echucans, being chiefly from the neighboring town of Sand hurst, and from the districts in the vicinity, wore nhsfirvnblfl nmnnp- those nf the towns people, all of which wore a pleasant holiday expression. Great was the excitement in the various stables where the racers were being made ready for the course, and considerable interest was displayed by the several backers of the horses, some of whom had pretty' heavy sums staked on the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS ijigp Subscribers and Advertisers wishing to discon tinue their Subscriptions or withdraw their Advertise ments, must give notice JjV WHITING to the " Business Manager."

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THE SIMONSEN CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

THE SIMONSEN CONCERTS. These excellent, entertainments hare given unbounded satisfaction to the few who have attended them in Echuca. But the audiences have indeed been thin and calculated to dia cournge any company. The programmes on each evening, however, have been carried out with the utmost spirit, and every effort has been made to please and amuse those who have been present. It has been quite painful to find so much good singing and music thrown away to bare walls and empty benches, and we can only account for the fact of their having been so, by the charges of admission having been too high for the times. It is a matter for regret that so talented a company should have received so small a share of patronage, and it is only to be hoped their want of good fortune here will be amply made up to them in the places they are about to visit. As we have already reported they per formed on Tuesday evening to a very scanty house, but one that deeply appreciated the ex cellence of the en...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

DEATH. I ^TT'TTr'^T^ ~r1 fn 8th mftt., Lilly, youngest daughter of JonalhaU'tttotftppfii Esq.t Ecstdown Sta tion, Rochester; nged Bixyeaijj

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DETERMINED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

DETERMINED SUICIDE. • On Wednesday afternoon a man, of the name of Richard Barrett, who has been for a long time employed, off and on, as a lumper on the Echuca Wharf, jumped into the Mur ray from the deck of the Corowa steamer, which was lying at the wharf. It appears that he told the men who were standing by that if anyone attempted to save him he would drown him. As he dived deeply, it is supposed that he was swept away and kept under by the by the under-current, which is here very strong, and met with a speedy death. The body has not yet been recovered. Barrett had only lately returned from Sandhurst gaol, where he had been imprisoned by the order of the Echuca Bench, he having been found guilty of beating a woman. This was the second offence of a similar kind for which he had been punished. It is said that he was under the influence of drink when he com mitted the act which deprived him of life.

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The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, DEC. 11, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

literate Itraik ECHUCA, SATURDAY, BEG. 11, 1860. A Melbourne journal suggests that a re currence to i the system of duelling might facilitate a settlement of differences between members of the Legislative Assembly, It would not be'a'bad idea to let them fight it out, for how they are otherwise ever to get over their personal bickerings it is very difficult to foresee. Quarrel they must and will, and Mr Speaker, it would seem, is quite powerless to restrain the rancor of their tongues. Night after night the time of the House is taken up with angry altercations, with bitter recrimination, and the use of anything but Parliamentary, or even gentle manly language. The consideration of tho Report "cjf the Lands Enquiry Committee has given rise to no end of unseemly disputation; nor does it seem likely that the bad blood that has been raised will be improved on the dismissal of this teterrina causa belli. Jealousies and hatreds have been provoked, which will rankle in Legislative bosoms fo...

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SHIPPING. ECHUCA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

SHI PPING. ECHUCA. AmtivArs. Deo. 9.—Tha Pride of the Murray and two'targes, Daviea, master, from Wentworth, with n cargo of wool, and two passengers—Mr and Mrs Fletcher, from Tapio, • DEPARTURES. Nil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

Wool, Rations, AgreuBcEes, &c J^ALMAHpt CAMPB^-EL & CO. Sheep/ai/d CattleSs^smen. 6 7, Q U $ E A</S TJX/E E T. James MiAifNyrepresfntal^e at Deniliquin. G. Foksitif^& C«.,/do. Wagga W'agga Do do. Dubbo 308 Advances on Station Properties. The TRUST and .AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTJEtAKjfSIA (Limited), Having now a/la/go amount of oa|/ital foi investment /re prepared ' " ' Liberal Cash at li/Suijed-Rates /On SftUAtTIWO PapfEETIEs/ "victoria and ces. BuroHT BeotjbShs & CoyMja^grag Agents. Solioitors^Tarton and H^Hns, Melbonrne. 619 Jfotfccs. fO N. ANY person rieoota or Ta atook therefrom,ywitl notice at the Jr6ad /t§ sion romStire peraj aa the law direct 315 ising on the Per or removing any [rat having given due Son, and received .charge,jgiH-faS*proseont"> "Wir. Liscombe. HAYING- purchased the business of Messrs Walthajt & C<4 we beg to^flntradict cer tain rumora in circulafion to tWeffeot that the said business is in fany wa...

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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, 7th December, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

SANDHURST. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday, 7th December, 1869. 412 cattle—20 unpold; 73 calves—12 unsold, the market generally for homed Btock was much depressed, the weather, I presume, effected buyers; 5492 sheep, trade good; 753 lambs, trade good. Cattle. —56, M'Laurin's (Edwards), culls—bullocks, £6 9s 9d ; 148, Brennan's (Billibong), small, middling, £4 18s ; 56, Wolseley, Gibbs and Co. (TJiule), culls, £4 19s; CO, MolcBwortli's (Lachlau), culls, £4 lGs; 37, Synnot's (Piccaninny), bullocks £0 8s, cows £4 17a. Balance small lots. [This report was not forwarded in time for our last publication.]

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. Riverine Herald Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 11 December 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c. Mivsrine Serald Office, Friday Evening. No stock have crossed since our last issue. The! Melbourne market was supplied for the week with 889 head of fat cattle. The number penned on "Wed nesday was 6-56, about 230 head having been withdrawn from sale in consequence of not having come to hand in time. The market opened at previous prices, but towards the end of the day there was a decline of fully 20s a head. The following are the quotationsGood and prime bullocks at from £7 to £9 10s, sccond quality and middling do., at from £5 to £G 153; good and prime cows at from £5 15s to £7 10s; sccond quality and middling do., from £4 10s to £5 10s. Messrs Ryan ami Hammond Bold 230 head of good and prime bullocks and cows, from Butherwa station, for Messrs Sumner and Faed, at—for bullocks, from £7 15s to £9 12s Gd, aver aging £8 7s 6d; cows, £G 5s to £7 2s Gd, averaging £6 lis, being the highest average of the day. Messrs Dalmahoy Campbell and Co. sold20G bullocks fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 15 December 1869

To Hjct. COTTAGES'TO LET. Apply to John Lihey, Harp and Shamrook Hotsl. 761 RARE OPPORTUNITY. To Hotel-keepers, MerobantB and OtherB, IN consequence of the Propiiotors of the Kiterini: Herald having arranged for the erection of new premises, their present bnilding, situated in the best part of High-etreet, to whioh it haB a frontage of 33 feet, and extending back 110 feet to the Echuca Wharf, to which it has a similar frontage, TO BK LET ON LEASE After tho 1st of May, 1870. Applications will be received on the premises, or cau be forwarded to the Proprietor, the Hon J. j J. Casey, M.P., 36 Temple Court, Melbourne. TCotices. ECHUCA MEAT PRKSERVING COMPANY (Limited) NOTICE is hereby Given to Shareholder's :in the above Company, that the Ssoond Call of Une Pound per Share will ba due and payable at the Offioe, High-street, Eohuoa, on the 1st day of January, 1870. CHARLES. A.'WYLIE, 751 Manager. JJ EP B URN MINERAL. WATERS. J. L. SIMONDS, Chemist, &e. High Stkeet, Echcca. 760 No...

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