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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY—MARCH. [?] OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

nAi tfNiiAK. H'Olt THK WEEK.. February—maech. tjttahrs op the moon. Last quarter. Thursday, 4th, 2.36 am. New moon ..Thursday, 11th, 11.34 p m. First quarter . .Saturday, 20tii, 2.46 a.m. Full moon ..Friday, *26th, 9.45 p.m. Apogee .. 13th, 1 p.m. Veriaee .. 26tl>< 11pm. AT KCUUCA., Days of the Sun. Date , Week. 3 -> . Moon. V" Rises. Sets. n m. H. M. n. u. 27 Saturday .. 5 44 6 42 R. 7 26 p.m. 28 -unday 5 45 6 40 8 5 1 Monday 5 46 6 39 8 41 a.m. 2 Tuesday 5 47 6 3S 9 19 3 Wednesday.. 5 48 6 35 9 56 4 Thursday .. 5 49 6 35 10 37 5 Friday 5 50 6 33 11 19

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
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THE ECHUCA ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

THE ECHTTCA ROAD BOARD. A meeting of the Hoard was held at the Road Board Office, High-street, Echuca, on last Tuesday. Present Messrs R. J. Glass (chairman), William Nash, John Mackenzie, and John Higgins. The roinut s of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read— From the Registrar General's department, asking for a return of the district.—Received From the department of Roads and Budges, also asking for a return. Received. From the Treasury, informing the Board that a portion of the supplementary grant of £80,000 for districts and shires would shortly be distributed, and that a sum of £369 4s 9d would be payable to the Board as soon as the proper voucher should be forwarded. Frotn the Shire of MaldoD, asking the Board to co-operate with that Council in getting certain alterations and additions made to the new Local Government Bill. The Board approved of the amendments ! and additions suggested, and directed the clerk to inform the Maldon Shir...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

t| TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From ovr latest telegraphio intelligence wt gather the following r— Sydney. In the Assembly on Thursday night there was a long and stormy discussion on the vote of £2000 for the rebeption of the Duke ol Edinburgh. After several divisions for various amounts the sum of £1050 was ar rived at, near ;hree o'clock in the morning. The Assembly then adjourned. The Empire, in a leading article on the propospd Customs Union of the colonies, questions the expediency of such a move ment unless all ad valorem, and differential duties are abolised ; and, besides that, asserts that there should be entire intercolo nial free trade. The steamer Egmont arrived from Hoki tika, which port she left on the 17th inst. She brings information that before leavinsr, a report reached Hokitika that the ship St Vin cent, recently arrived at Dunedin, from Glas gow, and bound for Newcastle, in ballast, was lost in Cook's Straits, on the 14th February. The chief officer and carpenter w...

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THE, ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

THF, ESTIMATES. The following is anabstmot of the estimated revenue and expenditure of Yiotoria for the year 1869:— REVENUE. £ b. d. Customs ...-.v...... 2,335,000 0 0 Excise ■ 75,200 0 0 Territorial.. i....'...... 663,500 0 0 Income fromPublioWorks j i. .. 697 600 0 0 jPorts and Harbours.......;. ■•.. 17,500 0 0 Postage.. i....... .. 120,000 0 0 Fees 78,350 0 0 Fines and Forfeitures...5 3o0 0 0 Miscellaneous 49,000 0 0 Total...* £3,241,500 0 0 EXPENDITURE. Chief Seoretary .....409,702 7 9 Attorney-General ..V.;... i... 72,376 16 1 Minister of Jasiioe ............ 126,767 19 11 Treasurer 315,58£? 11 11 Commissioner of Crown ; Lands and Survey .......... 81,808 o 6 Commissioner of Pablio Works.. 295,647 11 0 Commissioner of Trade and Cus toms ....... .............. 141,005 6 7 Postmaster-Gen.eral,.. r. 409,394 16 11 Commissioner of Railways 260,797 0 0 Commissioner of Roads andBridges 142,202 4 10 CommisBionet of Mines 19,123 17 0 Deduot advance to Treasurer 2,274,385 12 6 (Division ...

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THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 24th February, 1880. MR JOHN GEORGE LOUGHARTY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

THE MARKETS. I •Molhniirnn. 24'h Februnr-. 18f0. j MR JOTIN GEORGE UOUGHAKTY'S REPORT. Fat Catti-h.—The Bupply was the lightest for a long time, and 119 a consequence 110 time was lost 111 quitting the lots penned at an advance of quite oOs per head upon first-class, and from 30s to 40 s on nil —Best pens bullous brought trom £10 to £13, good do .brought from £S to fO 10j ; siwon.l qu:ilit> do from £6 to £6 10*; infurio' do.. £3 upwards, good rens cows brought from £7 to £8 in.; 8*onn.l quality do., £5 to £3 10s; infenor do , from £3 up wards: Some of the averages are as follows _ Tyson's bullocks. £0J lOi-.Mr John Cupel s but'oek" £S 7a 2-iMessrs M'Uonald's, £9 2i; say best beef 30s p?K«lcAi^-S"-i5SF5=^ ITiCSG. There was no falling off in the price of good fheeu, but rather an upward ten dency. The various lots were soon 'disposed of at from—Prime wethers 13s 6:1; good quality do., brought from 7< 61 to 9s : second quality do., from 6s 61 to 6s 6d ; inferior do. from ...

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Friday. 26th February. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

•RCHUCA POLICE COURT. Friday. 26th Ftbiuary. (Before Mr Lang ford, P.M.). George Smith was summoned by Saranvjocnraiie and charged with having assaulted her on the 23rd instant. Damages were laid at £10. Mr Taylor appeared far the dt-frtr'ant. The complainant stated that na she was walking down the street, abo'it eight o'clock on ths evening of the 23rd, the prisoner came up to her, knooked her down, and kicked her about during two minu'es. She was much bruised about the body. She lest her slippers, and her hat and dress were torn during the aBsault. She had no conversation with the defendant before he at tacked her, and she had not been in his house. She was not druuk at the time. The complainant's evidence was mainly corro borated by a witness who further depos"d that the defendant had used very filthy language towards Mrs Cochrane, as he kicked her while Bhe lay upon ths ground. Mr Taylor said the evidence that had been given was very different from what he h'id been led to expec...

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

Wool, Stations, Ag-eiacles, <&c Wlieat, Flour, au«I otlier Cereals. Goldsbrough's "Wool Warehouses, Melbourne, R GnLDSBROUSH and CO. be? to inform • farmers, millers, and others that they are prepa'ed to Advance on TFJieat, Flour, and other Cereals Consigned to them for sale in Melbourne or shipment to London. "Weekly sales of produce are intended to be held at their warehouses on each Tuesday during the, grain season, and these sales will be carried put with all possible cure, in order to secure fullest market value. .Their extensive range of warehouses offers great facilities for.storage ; and being thoroughly drv-and well ventilated, owners may restassurjd that their consignments will be kept in good craer. . ; The following , scale of charges ('has been adopted, and Faroe has been, fixed at ^uniform rates, in... order- to avoid the heavy: expenses usually attendant on storage for a. lengthened . period. This system of charging fixed rates hasi . worked success...

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WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

WAGGA WAGGA. The Wagga Wngga Express reports:—"An active demand is springing up for fat stock, and as travelling after the ruins may now again be expected to become Eflfelv practicable, a general revival in business may Bhortly be looked for. Uoth fat and store cattle in Queensland are reported to be unusually scarce, and a continuance of higher prices during the next few months may be almost certainly looked for. Best fat bullocks ara worth here from £o to £6.

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RUMOURED VISIT OF PRINCE ALFRED TO ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

RUMOURED VISIT OP PRINCE ALFRED TO ECHUCA. Bia Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh j i rove, with the Hon Kliot Yorke, to the Mel- f ourne Club, on Tuesday, and dined with the mem- 1 ers in the evening. He spent a tolerably quiet £ ay on Wednesday, though lie was slightly mobbed s he passed through the streets. On Thursday night ' e attended t; e Mayor's Ball, whioh is deBoribed s having been a great suceeRs. On Friday His f Loyal Highness started by special train for Gee >nc, to oil joy a day's sport at rabbit shooting ith Mr Austin, nnd he was to have returned to Mbourne this day, with a view of spending the 1 unday on board the Galatea, in accordance, it is iid, '-ath his Royal mother's wish to that effect. 'It is expeoted (says the ArgoB) that on the ] [ay after the Governor's Parliamentary dinner on Ltiesday next, the Prince will go northward by ail to the Murray, and indulge in a little sport < m Lake Moira."

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails due from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted) at 1 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.; delivered atl 30 p.m. and Sln.M. Ditto, Down Travelling Post Office, and Goornonj. daily (Sundays excepted), at ln.35 n.m ; delivered at 9 a.m. Ditto. Up Travelling Post Office, Runnyraede and Rochester, daily (Sundays excepted), at Ip.mj de livered at 1.30 p.m. Ditto Moama and D^niliquin. daily (Suudays excepted), at 3.45 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, TJlupna AYest, Kaarimha, Kotupna, and Lower Moira, Thursdays, at 3 p m; delivered at 3.3J p.m. Mails close for Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted), at 7 a in. and 4 p.m. - Ditto, Travelling Post Office, Runnyraede, and Ro chester, daily (Sund.iys excepted), at 4 p.m.; Goor nong. daily (Sundays excepted), at 4 p.m. Ditto, Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 7 a.m., Ditto, Moama and Deniliquin, daily (Sundays excepted), at...

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WOOL REPORTS, &c. Melbourne, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

WOOL REPORTS, &c. Melbourne. 25th Febrnarv. Messrs Hastings •Ounifghnra and Co 'a report: —"Wool—There is little business; doing owing to the small quantity forward. The market remairs firm, and late rates fully maintained. Sheep skins—"We have had our usual hi-wpgkly sales since la?t report,, disposing of 10,000 skins at from,4£d to 7yd per lb. (or dry station skins; looBe skins np to 3j SI each; pelts from 7d to J7^i:; Iamb's pelts from 21 to 7jd; and lamb skins from 6d to 20d enoh. Hides—Prices remain stfadv nt late quotations. AVe have sold 450 at from 1 oa 6d for average of 44lhs, to 23* 6d for average of'69!bs. Calfakins at from 4^d to 4§d per lb. Tallow—There is a demand. for this article at last week's quotations. We have sold - good mtirton at from L35 to L36 per ton, actual tares. Kangaroo Skin«—There was a consider ate quantity sold on Tuesday, at from 4s. to 17s 6d per cL zen, according to size. Horns brought full matket value for two lots. Oeelont?, 23rd Februar...

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

J PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. Tuesday.—Nothing of any importance wag done in the Connotl. In the Assembly a message was received from his Excelleiioy, and, after the Houae had gone into committee of supply, ilr Al'Culloch made a financial staiement which oc cupied about four hours in the delivery. Ha was pleased at being able to Bfate that the balance-* sheet he had to present to the House was indica tive of great prosperity and of very elastid resources. This fact he attributed partly' to the ne» fiscal policy initiated by the Assembly, and partly to the satisfactory working of the Land Aof, by which such a large nunuer of persung had been s-tiled on the lind. Keveting to tha financial statement of 1867, he reminded the House that upon a previous o-caaion he han esti mat d the ba'anee from 1867 to the OTeditof 1868 at £652. Instead of that triflipg amount, how eve-, ther had, now that the noc-int* had be?n finally closed, a b--larce of £57,169 Coming to the finance account for the yeir...

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IMPOUNDINGS. ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

IMPOT) NDTNGS ECHUCA. Impounded at Echuca on the 12th February. Tres . pass. Bed nnd white bullock, cock horns, blotch like 5^ off ■ back Bed sided bulWk, white face, cock horns, piece out near ear, T J3 near rump, H near thigh Yellow and while bulloclc. cock horns, P M off ribs and thiuh. i'off rump, JH eonjoaied near back, TB with 3 under near rump "White . bullock, black spots, cock horns, piece out near ear. B L near rump, A. D ;off rump, A. off shoulder and hip. Impounded at Echuca, on the 13th February, 18G9; trespass. Gd : — Flea-bitten grey mare, long tail, like .T D near shoulder. Bay horse, switch tail, star and snip, near, fore ioot white, fired near foreleg;, near hip down; blotch It near shoulder, like 222 near saddle, DS off saddle, 339 oil' neck." Impounded at Echuca, on the loth February.:— Brown maro. switch tail, star, .1H near shoulder, T7E reversed near, ruuip, 3 oyer IH over WE off shoulder.- , . ' " • >; If n t claimed and expenses paid, -will be sold on the...

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BEECH WORTH ANNUAL RACES. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

seech worth annual races. : V st [BY ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH.1 " ' These Races commenced on Thursday, and were an immense success, so far as they have gone. The race for the Beech worth Ifandi " cap was one of the thu finest races ever seeo'in, tha( .colony, and it,, was impossible nntil the horse9 cams home to tell which, amongst seven was to be the winner. The Maiden Plate was a perfect gift to: Snowdrift. Flying Handicap.—Tona was first, with Flying Handicap.—Iona was first, with .Aggravator second and Louis third. BHECiiwoaTH Handicap—Eleven horses started. Huntsman won it. Wisdom being second and Tom King; third. This was a; splendid race; seven of the horses came into' the straight running together. The finish was as fine as ever was saen. Hurdle Race.—This event was won by Moslem. .. tic. - . i | A fiorman woman named Rachel commu ted suicide "on "Monday, at Chewton, by shoot-1 iug herself with a pistol. Site bad for a long time been of unround mind.

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MELANCHOLY DEATH BY DROWNING AT BAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

MELANCHOLY DEATH BY DROWN ING AT BAM A. A very sad cnse of dpath by drowning jccurred at Bama, about fifteen miles up tlig Murray, at an early hour on last Thursday. A.t about five o'clock on that morning a man named George Cox, a carpenter in the. fmploy of Mr Penteny of Bama, started to cross ovct the river into New South Wales. Mr Peoteny stood on the Victorian bank, and saw Cox fret about half-way across when the horse rolled over and swam ashcre. Cox Btruck out for the New South Wales side and swam a considerable distatice until he sud denly sunk, and did not again come to the surface. Mr Pentenv at once gava informa tion to the police sta'ioned at Echnca and Mcama, «nd Sergeant Clearysonn got together a half dozen blackfellows chosen for tlieir cleverness in swimming and diving, and started with them for the scene of the disaster. They anived on the spot at about half past four o'clock, and at once commenced diving for the body in the place indicated by Mr Penteny. Though they...

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

••-The-Wellington Evening Post relates-:—, '"Information of a credible nature has reached the Government that • • the cannibal, I'ito Ei-wani, exceeding iri villnny anything ..yet ' h<:!ir<i in " ^>Tew .Zealand since the- very first da\s of its colonisation, has forwarded to the inland tribes' of this island some potted meat, made of the flesh of our poor fellow countrymen who fell in the late disaster at the Front. The_ purport of this..horrible.practice, it is scarcely necessary to remark,.is .to inflame the ferocity of the natives of the interior, from whom this scoundrel expects assistance. Some small kegs of this horrible food have found their way, it was stated, to , the Waikato dis trict, and had been seen among the tribes located near Lake Taupo." Misprints.—I met with an odd misprint, in a country newspaper, the o'her day. It is stated that a'young lady, at an amateur con-1 cert, had sung a well-worn old song; " An Angel's. Whisker." This is nearly ...

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The Riverine Herald. ECHUCA, SATURDAY, FEB. 27, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

Cjre llikrim fjcrali MOHUOA, SATURDAY, FEB. 27, 18G9. " What do you think of the Chief Secretary's speech on the Budget?" " Wasn't it a decided success?" ''Wasn't it grand?" " Wasn't it glorious ?" " Wasn't it superb ?" " Wasn't it a failure ?" " Wasn't it long ?" " Wasn't it tedious ?" "Wasn't it absurd ?" These are the questions we have been un ceasingly asked during the last three days; but, fearing that a variety of honest, though ill-considered, answers might have betrayed us into something bordering upon inconsis tency, we deemed it prudent to laugh, to smile, to shake our head, and, in every known conventional mode to stave off everything in the shape of a reply. However, the time has come when we can no longer keep silent with impunity, and we will now endeavour to, satisfy the catechists as best we can. Before doing so we deem it only fair to preliminarily object that all the questions are leading ones, and that we are not to be greatly blamed if it should happen that we be...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 27 February 1869

8TUCK Ltttftf &c. cnuTTP.A ANT) MOA.M\: \The following mobs of: stock have eras ed since our last issue:— ■■■■• ■■ ! i February 24—4 bullB,'Robertson and AVacner, from Paraeoota. 8 horses, Gilbert Walton, from the Edward ■ River.-. : . " v, February 25 —205 head of fat cattle, Govill, from "Werai station. February 26—10!) head of fat bullocks and 30 calves, J. J. O'iloore, from Ar a tula station, New South Wales. These are the only crossing} we have to report since Wednesday. They do not count for very much, but "tliey'will: be found more acceptable. than, many of the varied excuses we h?ve recently been obliged to make. As yet there his been no favourable change in the weather, which continues disgustinaly dry, »ith a tendency to squalls, hurricanes, and nthcr luxuries such as have been showered upon ,us of late. At present there is not to be found the very slightest indication of rain.

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

.« wiiey : ]\ ft ONEY TO LEND. Apply to B. 11. Ste lM vensnn, Ratcliffe-street, 124. Advances 011 drain iiud Pi«il«ce W B. JONES, 149 Collins-street west, is . prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances on Grain and Produce, Whether for gale in the colony or for shipment. He also desires to call the atlention of Farmers, , ' " ilillers, and others, to his. Extensive Warehouses for the Storage of , Grain and Produce. \V. B. Jones, 90S 149 Collins street wpst, M' Ibniinn ""am tenders musTbe enclused in a sepu™.o en- | rf ■ .ovatVqj»■ a,utee ot the asBQ- | IKScdical. ECHDGA DISPEHSARY. Mb. H. CROSSEN, suHeciHiosr. 8 J. W. SIBLEY, M.D., Formerly Militiir; Kurg'eon, Percy-strtet, ICchuca. 412 J. L. S I I 0 N D B ClfEMIST and (Opposite Mr E. Homan's store), HIGH S t R E E t, E C H U C a Patent Medicines, .Perfumery, Fancy Goods, &c. Prescriptions carefully dispensed. Teeth Extracted. LEECHES, c U P P I n g, Horse and Cattle Medicines, ToViacco Citrars, Pipes, &o. 1401 lOvery i...

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

THE RIVERINE HERALD BI-WEUKLY NEWSPAPER, Is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and des patched on the same day by the Victorian and New South Wales Mail?. Subscription, Ten shillings and sixpence per Quarter, payable in advance; or twelve shillings if credited, with postage added to country subscribers. The quarters commence on 1st July and 1st October of this year. Subscribers commencing after the beginning of a quarter will be charged proportionately to the termination of the current three months. Orders to discontinue cannot be received after the begin ning of a quarter, and should be forwarded during the last month of a quarter, together with the amount due for all arrears thi>n owing. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. To afford the utmost facility to business men for obtaining the publicity they require, the following scale of charges for advertising in the Riveiu.ne Herald has been adopted. £ s. d. For one inch for one insertion 0 5 0 One inch for two insertions 0 8 6 One inch fo...

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