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THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 6th January, 1868. MESSRS. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 January 1869

. THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 6th January, 1S00. "MKSSItS. ..DAI.MAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'B lU'.l'ORT. .Fat Catti.e.—The fat cattle market was supplied %'ith, 1,230. The supply for the reek was a fair one, rather mora than half of which have been sold to-day. The greater part of them were of fair quality, with a fi'v,- pens of extra prima from ?tlr W. LyaH's paddocks at Y alloc!;, wliieli topped the market, and meilc 30s per 1001b. Thero was a good attendance of the town trade, ■nlso a fair proportion of country butchers, and, owing to the short supply last week, most of the trade were bare of (stock, consequently competition was very brisk nt the opening sales, when a Blight advance on last week's rates took place; but towards the close of the sale pi ices were hardly so firm. Our quotations are: ■—Beet pens bullocks brought from £7 to £7 19J fid; good do., brought from £6 10s to £6 '.'is; second quality do., from £-5 to £G; inferior do., £-1103 upwards; good- pens cows brought from £7 1...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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FIRE AT ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 January 1869

FIRE AT ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL, SYDNEY. About three o'clock last Tuesday morning, St Mary's temporary cathedral was discovered   to be on fire, which spread through the building with great rapidity. The fire brigades were soon at the scene of tbe dis- aster, but there was no water available until the whole building was enveloped in the flames. The church and its contents were totally destroyed. Tbe origin of the fire is at present unknown ; but on account of certain   circumstances, there is a suspicion the fire is not altogether accidental. The loss is greater   than was at first anticipated, as some of the contents cannot easily be replaced, and were worth more than their mere money value. The safes containing the splendid vestments presented by tbe Marchioness of Shrewsbury, proved unequal to withstand the devouring element, and they became a prey to the flames. The jewelled crozier and the plate and vest- ments saved from the old cathedral, w...

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THE NEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR. JUDGES AND MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 9 January 1869

THE NEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR JUDGES AND MAGISTRATES. We gather from the Government Gazette the following arrangements which have been made by the Hon the Minister of Justice, with the approval of the Governor in Council. We give only those which more or less concern our selves:— ECHUCA.—Judge of County Court and Chair- man of General Sessions, Michael Francis Macoboy, Esq. Police Magistrate, George Langford, Esq. General roll: Charles Basil Bacon, William Barker, John Brougham, Patrick Brougham, Thomas Broughton Carne, John Christie, Henry Crossen, M.D.; David Denny, James Giles, Robert John Glass, James Howlin Graves, R bert Maurice Hughes, Robert Hill Kinnear, William Hern Lewis, Patrick Alfred Jennings, Michael Francis Macoboy, George Maunsell, William Nash, Suetonius Henry Officer, Thomas Windle Parker, Kinnear Robertson, Jam s Shackell. BENDIGO.—Judge of County Court in Sand- hurst, &c., Judge of Court of Mines, and Chair- man of General Sessions, Michael Francis Macoboy, E...

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

Motels, Ac. • J. SALOMON, (Sfsair "ISBH<o» H; Opposite the Government "Wharf, . ECHUCA. JS. begs to remind his friends and the • publio that he supplies CO O I IIBIKES : Without lee, At tlie Shades—the Coolest Place in Echuca. - * N.B.—The Wi* es,'" &c., need no eulogy, their quality being now well known. ... . 182 - W. Lawrence, - Honiebush Hotel" and London . Concert Room. Good Accommodation for Travellers. Best "Wines, Beer, and Spirits. ENTERTAINMENTS EVERT EVENING. Admission by Refreshment Ticket. 614 CUMBERLAND HOTEL, Hare Street, Echuca. TWENTYMAN WILSON AVING opened the above Hotel, in con nexion with his well-known Bags to inform his friends and the publio that tbey will meet with every attention at the new Splendid Assortment of Wines, Spirits, and Ales, To merit a share of patronage in his new business. Fitzgerald's Fine Ales always on tap.' 78 T. "WILSON, Proprietor. Friend-and-Hand Hotel, Hare Street, Ecliuca. SAMUEL HOLMES begs to announce that ho ha...

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

IMPOUNDINGS. ECHUOA. Impounded at Eohuca, on the 16th day of December, 1868; trespass, 6d each :— Brown mare, switch tail, star, Bear near knee, like P near shoulder. Bay mare, switch tail, star, near hip down, WH near shoulder. Dark chesnut mare, switch tail, like —L near saddle, scar or brand like J or S near forearm. Dark bay horse, switch tail, star, illegible brand like 5\V near shoulder. Brown mare, Bwitch tail, star, F ofi saddle, "W (turned) off rump. Dark-coloured mare, like HH put on JT near shoulder. Bay filly foal, no visible brand, supposed to be progeny " of above. Iron grey filly, long tail, JT near shoulder, like H near rump. Bay filly, long tail, off hip down, H near rump and shoulder. Brown filly foal, star, W near shoulder. Bay horse, dock tail, star, stripe and snip, near fore and hind foot white, 15 over 51 over oC near shoulder, the II very faint. Impounded on the 19th December; trespass, Is 6d each:— Bay mare, white face, off hied fetlock white, K near shoulde...

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ECHUCA POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

ECHUCA POST OFFICE. Mails due from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted) at 1 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.; delivered at 1.45 p.m. and 9 a.m. Ditto, Down Travelling Post Office, daily (Sundays ex cepted), at 10.35 p.m; delivered at 9 a.m. Ditto, Up Travelling Post Office, Runnymede, Rochester, and Croornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at lp.m; ■delivered at 1.45 p.m. Ditto Moamaand Deniliquin, daily (Suudays excepted), at 8.45 p.m.? delivered at 4.30 p.m. Ditto, Hay, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. Ditto, Ulupna- AVest, JCaarimba, Kotupna, and Lower Moira, Mondays, at 3 3J p.m; delivered at 3.45 p.m. Mails close for Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Suu days excepted), at .7 a m. and 4 p.m. Ditto, Travelling Post Office, ltunnymeda, Eooheatcr, and Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m. Ditto, Moamaand Deniliquin, daily (Sundays excepted), at 12.45 p.m. Ditto, Hay, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 12.45 p.m. ' Ditto, Ulupna West,...

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

The Minister of Justice Las promoted Mr Panton, police magistrate of Heidelberg, to the charge of Geelong district. It is said that Mr Panton will be missed in Heidel berg. An unusual zoological importation—two foxes— was recently made from New Zealand by the s.s. Otago, for Mr George Watson. A short time since a man named Daniel Donovan had a narrow escape from a sudden and violent death. He was working in a drive in Golden Gully, Castlemaine, when the earth fell in and buried him all but his bead. A woman first saw the calamity and gave the alarm, and Messrs Merrigan, Mitchell, and others quickly extricated him, and it was found that about the legs he was very much bruised. How to Collect. — In other places, where the preacher gets a footing, it is some times easier to get a "meetin' house" full than to get wherewith to support the labourer who is nowhere in the world more "worthy of his hire" (says a writer in All fhe Year Hound). A preacher in a frontier settlement had been coll...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

BENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 8th January. Ttfr W/ H. Graves'(for Ryari and Hammond) reports" •fhe sale of a'small lot of young cattlo for ThomaB Robertson, Esq., to Mr John Taylor. A small lot of cattle, from.Aratula, oroEsed on Tuesday , at Itedbank; and 150 left'Werai a lew days ago (Ettersliank, Eagle stone and Co.) Messrs Landalc started a small lot of sheep on Tuesday for boiling down.. .......

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

rS a hn S6)«>Jt#'»r ILes. j rnO I.ET a Shoemaker's Shop, situated ia I -B- Rochester. A pood opening!]for an indus trious maD. Apply Thomas Seward, Rochester. iic TTo THE TOWN HAl.Land LIMERICK CASTLE HOTELS; Apply to Jauiee Gleeson. 907 The Echuca Hotelj Higli-street, Echucft. THIS well-established property, now doing a good business, offers a fine opportunity for an enterprising man. . For termB apply to Tnoa Mitchell, '885 Echuca. JFoi* Sale or to let, The Caledonian Motel, CONTAINING Nineteen Apartments, fitted with every convenience for carrying on the comfortable Family Hotel and Bar Trnd'o, which the present tenant, Mi George Melville, has so successfully established. Possession caii bo given to Bait the purchaser or tenant, and arrangements made for anj part of tha present furniture if required. For particulars apply to N. Al'Ar.hur, brewer. Echuca, 12th January, 1839. 123 '£■© "B,e£. ' | iHE Largo Brick Store at Moama. known as -IL Watt's iiocd. Apply to Henry Leonard, M...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

, ADELAIDE. | ■ Mes-irs Dean, .La ugh ton, ana Uo. report on the 31st DecemberFat Cattle—During the past fortnight the cattle arriving have fairly supplied, the market, Sush as have been of prime quality, suitable for the season, have sold well. Good quality cattle hare bIbo. been in better demand ; tut inferior are dull of sale. "We havo eold—51 :head of prime cattle•• for S. Davenport,, Esq., •averaging £11 Is 6d ; 64 head middling to good cattle, for other owners, averaging £7 os 9d. •Quotations — Prime bullocks, from £S to £13: inferior to good bullocks, from . £5 to £7 10s; iprime oowb, from £6 to £10 j inferior to good >cows, from £4 to £5 10s. Fat Sheep—The market is now more moderately supplied than it has been for a considerable period, and principally with sheep of nse:ul quality ; but owing to the holidays the demand has been a alack one. We have sold 2,000. Quotations—5s to 8a. Fat Lambs have been ehully of inferior qaality, and consequently du'l of s le, but better k...

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

WsauBtStMl TTTANfED Men to contract for seven milse of » » brush fencing, Too.ringabby Station, Lower Murrav. 118 "ffCMtlCB'S. fjpENDERS will be received up to the 2nd day JL of February for the orectiou of a new Wesloyan Church at Echuca (exclusive of fit tiugfc). Plana and apeoi!ioations may be seen at Messrs JUatthewa Brothers. Lowest or any tender not neceasavily accepted. YV. Matthews, 122 IIou Seo. SlBilSE>iaai ^ favorite stern-wheel Steamer JLady 2>a«y, Commanded by CAPTAIN CHARLES RIES, Is about to be placed nt an early dale (aa ooon aa the water3 rise) on her old tricks between Echuca and Albury. Blanchotown, 4ih January, 1889. 121 ©rapcry, CiotSafing:, &*.'• Christmas and New-Year Holidays, 1868 and 1869. CHEAFSIDE HOUSE General Drapery, Clothing, and Outfitting Establishment, 5Eff©ia s'g'sssjsiir, ecsiuca. Established A D. 18C4. THOMAS TOWLE & CO. BEG lo direct pnblio attention totho fact that, having considerably enlarged their pre mises and trebled...

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THE MURDER OF DUPEE AT GYMPIE. (Abridged from the Gympie Times) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

THE MURDER OF DUPEE AT GYMPIE. (Abridged, from the Gym,pie Times } Frank Fischer, on remand, was brought up charged with the wilful murder of Theophilus Dupee, on tho 22nd ult. Dr Burke deposed that he visited Theophilus Dupee on the 23rd alt. Dupee was lying on his back, suffering intense pain from a bullet wound in the ab domen, about an inch below the navel, on the leftside. Considered his esse hopless from •the first. His death took place on Thursday might. Willium Kobinson, recalled, deposed ■that about ten o'clock on the night of the 22nd ult. he was in Fischer's humpy with Dupee, Dobbin, and Van Hulst. They.had a dispute about some gold that was taken out of the claim. Some of the gold was taken into town in a box, and witness said that it was very hard that he should not be allowed to show the gold to his friends. Fischer and Van Hulst had some angry conversation, in which Dupee also joined. Dupee said to Fischer that he "did not care a damn for him." Fischer ordered them ou...

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PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

I PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL The importance of securing apparatus s9 nearly perfect as possible for sheepwasbiug purposes has caused considerable attention to be devoted to the subject for soma time past, and last year a sheepwashing jet was patented by Messrs Wright and Edwards, of Little Bourke-streeC west, of which a large number of squatter nvailed themselves. Although this was a great improvement on the old system (says the Argus) yet experience soon showed that there were some defects in it which ought to be remedied, and Messrs Wright and Edwards have made some altera tions in tho construction of the jet which they have patented. A machine with the latest, improvements has been constructed, and can now be viewed in operation at the works of the firm. The principal faults in the jets made last year were difficulty of nxiDg, of being cleaned when fixed, the waste of water, the constant leakage from the junction of the jet with the tank into which tho water was forced, and the je...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JANUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. Januaby. PHASES OP THE MOOl.*. Last quarter. Tuesday, Stb, 4.2 p.m. •New njoon . .Wednesday,13th,4.33 a.m. First quarter.. Thursday, 21st, 10.6 a.m. Full moon . .Thursday. 28th, 11.10 a.m. Apogee .. .17th, 5 a.m. - Perigee .. 29th, lla.m'. ■' AT F.CHDCA. Days of the Sun.. Date Week. Moon. Bises. Set?. . II. SI. H;' M. . . n. m;• 13 Wednesday.. 4 55 7 23. 7 39 a.m 14 Thursday .. 4 56 7 23 8 19 15 Friday 4 57 7 23 8 56 16 Saturday . 4 58 7 22 9 29 17 Sunday ; .. 4 59 7 22 v. 59 18 Monday 4 0 7:21 10 28 19 Tuesday 4 1 7 21 10 57

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

TELEGRAPHIC ^INTELLIGENCE. From our latest telegraphic intelligence we gather the following:— Sydney. The Ministerial picnic on Saturday after noon was quite successful. About fifty mem bers and their friends were present. There are great complaints of the long continued drought. In the western district it has been very severe, and has to a great extent affected the wheat harvest. A slight rain fell on Sunday in the coast district, and a heavy southerly gale followed during the night, which gives some indication of a change in the weather more favourable to the settlers. James M'Cawley, J.P., of Nelligen, ap peared at the City Court on Monday, on a charge of havi g committed a criminal assault on Mary Ann Murphy , his servant. Mr F. H. Stephen, for the Randwick Destitute Children's Asylum, appeared for the prosecution, and Mr W. B. Dalley for the defence. The prosecutrix had been an inmate of the asylum, and was now about seventeen years of age. The magistrates stated it was their o...

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

THE RIVERINE HERALD BI-WEEKLY NEW SPAPEll, Is published every Wednesdav and Saturday, and des patched on the same day by the Victorian and New South Wale3 ilnilr. 'Subscription, Ten shillings and sixpence per Quarter, - payable in advance; or twelve shillings if credited, witli postage added to country subscribers. The :quartera commence on 1st July and 1st October of this year. Subscribers commencing after tlio beginning of a quarter will be charged prop.ortionately to tho 'termination of the current three months. Orders to discontinue cannot be received after tho begin ning of a quarter, and 6liould be forwarded during the last month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all arrears then owing. The BENDIGO ADVERTISER can be obtained daily, on the arrival of the train, at tho office of tho Riverine Herald. The WEEKLY ADVERTISER also for sale. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. To afford the utmost facility to business men for obtaining tile publicity they require, the following Ecale ...

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DESTRUCTION OF ST. MARY'S TEMPORARY CATHEDRAL BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

DESTRUCTION OP ST. MARY'S TEM PORARY CATHEDRAL BY FIRE. (From, the Empire, 5 th January ) Another heavy calamity has fallen, upon the Roman Catholic community of Sydney, in the total destruction by fire of the spacious temporary cathedral of St Mary's, with its varied and valuable contents, embracing al most everything that was saved from the flames when the chief edifice was destroyed on the 29th June, 1865, leaving the numerous congregation once more without a place in which to assemble for Divine worship. The fire was discovered about half-past three o'clock in the morning of the 4th, and in less than half an hour the fabric was level with the foundations. The wooden material of which it was constructed, except the basement story, which was of stone, was highly inflam mable from the recent dry whether; and as a north-east wind of considerable force was blowing at that hour, the flames spread with unparalleled rapidity. From an inquiry into the circumstances under which the calami...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECKUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &e. ECKTJCA AND MOAMA. We have no arrivals to' r.eport, and wo regret to any. that'we hear of no fat stock approaching. We fear that it will be some time before cuttle or sheep again come /'■■■..-■forward, as the country is in most undesirable con dition. On Monday five loads of tallow crossed nt Moamn. They were from tlio private boiling-down establishment of JIessr3 Learmonth, at Groongul, Murrumbidgee, and we believe the tallow of very superior quality. Although the operations at Groongal are necessarily limited, we believe that the enterprising proprietors contemplate adding many industries to the simple pro cess of rendering sheep into tallow. We are informed that Messrs Leonard and Symington, the proprietors of the boiling-down establishment at Jfoama, are in full work, and are likely to continue so for Borne time to come. In an early issue we shall take the opportunity of giving a description of the process in use by these gentlemen, and we may say that...

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

Wool, Stations, Ag-encles, Ac QALMAHOY 3 A M P BELL & CO., Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, . 47 Bourke-street West, Melbourne. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. G. Forsyth & Co.> do. WaggaAV agga Do do.. . Dub bo . ■ 7jg Adranccs oii Statioii Prdpertieg, THE TRUST and. AGENCY COMPANY of . AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital fox investment are prepared to make - Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates " ' On Squatting Properties In VicroniA and New South Wales. Bright Brothers & Co, Managing Agents, ' Solicitors—Parton and HellinB, Melbourne. /' : 705 Professional. MR. H. N,: POWELL,, 'Solicitor, Ac., - Opposite the Bank of Yieto'ria,r > . ; ECtiUCA. - V 621 • Business Notices. ALFRED CARPENTER, ■ Bookseller* Stationer, AND News Agent, BEUS to inform his friends and the public that, he has ■ ; MJEMWVK® To the fine premises late in the bocupation of Mr Sehestedt, and Opposite the Bank of New South Wales, Echuca, "Where he has lai...

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MESSRS L. MACPHERSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 13 January 1869

MESSRS L. MACPIIEUSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 9th January. | House Market.—UnbroV:en Stock—On Wednesday business was brisk, and wo disposed of a good many hacks and light harness horses. To-day, although wo had the largest attendance of the general public einco our colt sales commenced for this season, there were few bona fido buyers, the price3 realised were decidedly unsatisfactory, and there was scarcely any competition ■even for the best lots. "\Ye sold a f»w head of colts for Mr Brycc, at from 20a to £7 per head; some of this mob were very good medium draught, but they were all too low in eondilion to command high rates, liroken-in Stock—Prices remain without any noticeable alteration. Really good medium draught horses are in demand, also good hacks, and really first-class light harness horses. Dairy'Cattle—The only cows to hand were a few head of indifferent description, and not sufficiently good for the requirements of our market. We wish to im press on our country friend...

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