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STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &c: ECHUCA AND MOAMA. The following mobs of stock have crossed since our last issue:— March 8—1,206 fat 9heep—155 wethers, 1,050 ewes Peterson and Sargood, Jerilderee. 1,226 fat wethers, Slullen, Warbrecan, 1,100 fat wethers, O'ShanaEsy, Moira. From all sides the most contradictory accounts reach us with regard to the weather, but however it may be elsewhere, rain seems to have altogether deserted Echtica and the country for many miles around. On Slondav the sky looked watery, and on this morning it w.ss rather cloudy, but as we write the stars are shining out with something like double their usual illuminating power.

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office. 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

DENILIGUIN. Pastoral Times Office. 5th March. Dry weather still continues in the south-west part of the colony, causing much anxiety to the stockowners. We in these immediate districts have not had our fair share of the rains—in fact, as we hare before stated, the rains have been partial, though they have fallen on large districts, and have gone over a vast extent of country. At Hay 5000 mixed sheep (Forsyth) are under offer; they are the survivors of a flock of over 8000 that left the Darling soon after shearing. Some knocked up travelling sheep iu Hay district were sold at sixpence each to the person who owned the run whereon the sheep were left. The crossings at Deniliquiu are nil for the •week. Eon P. A. Jennings, of Warbreccan, sent 1,200 fat sheep to Sandhurst. 300 store cattle (Ryan and Hammond) are close at hand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

THK Luxury of Washing with Harper Twelve-trees' Soap Powders.—Tlii3 power ful preparation is decidedly the most economical and wonderful article ever introduced for washing, the cleansing properties of several pounds of soap being contained in a few ounces of the Soap Powder. No rubbing required. Sold iG small packets everywhere. Pateutee—Harper Twelve trees, Bromley-hy-Bow, 1 .on don. - Ask for Briggs' Australian Satin Glaze Starch where you purchase Harper Twelvetrees' Soap Powder. One pound is ; equal; to two pounds of any other. Sole wholesale agent for Victoria— Edward Whitby; 25'"Flinders Lane east, Mel bourne; Geelong—Poulton, chemist; arid Swau aton—Willis and Stephen. • tc /"NtjEAK'LJNESS!.—A .• Stow most Brilliantly V j Polished in Two. Minutes,.for Lessthan One Farthing!—W. G. NiXEx'seelebrated Registered Buck Lead (a uew domestio discovery) cannot be wasted, and is a preservative of furniture from the,injurious effects of the common article now in use,..as it oreatea no ...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. MARCH. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. Mabch. PHASES OF THE MOON. LaBt quarter. Friday, 5th, 3.23 p.m. New moon . .Saturday, 13th, 6.26 p.m. First quarter. .Sunday, 21st, 3.34 p.m. Full moon . .Sunday, 28th, 7.13 a.m. Apogee .. 12th, 3 p.m. Perigee .. 27th, 11 a.m. AT ECHUCA. Days of the Sun. Date Week. Moon. Rises. Sets. IT. M. H. M. H. Jr. 10 Wednesday.. 5 55 6 26 R. 2 40 a.m. 11 Thursday .. 5 56 6 24 3 34 12 Friday 5 57 6 23 4 30 13 Saturday 5 58 6 21 S, 6 33 p.m. 14 Sunday 5 59 6 20 7 3 15 Monday 5 59 6 18 7 32 16 Tuesday 6 0 6 17 8 1

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MESSRS L. MACPHEESON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 6th March. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

MESSES L. MACPHEESON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 6th March. Horse Market.—We yarded twenty head of colts for Mr Graham. Our sales were irom £9 5s to £1515s. The prolonged drought continues to effect the price of unbroken as well as broken-in stock, liroken-in stock— A large number of really first quality draught horses were forward, and the reserves, considering the style and condition of the" horses, extremely moderate j but in spite of an unusually large attendance sales were difficult to effect, and very few first-class lots changed hands. All are waiting for the weather to break, and holders of superior stock—in view of the Government contracts for water supply, and ploughing operations, ■which takes place early in this district—will consent to no reductions. Transactions are generally limited, but the market continues decidedly firm. Our quotations are—Heavy draught, £40 to £50; medium, £20 to £30; light harnesB and backs, £10 to £15; inferior, from £0 to £8. Uairy Cattle —We y...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

MAIL TIME TABLE. .Mails.due from Melbourne and'Sandhurst, daily (Sun day 8 excepted) at 1 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.'; delivered atl.30 p.m. and 9a.m. .,,,, , Ditto, Down Travelling Post Office, and Goornong,. daily (Sundays excepted), at 10.35 p.mdelivereil at 9a m. Ditto, -Up Travelling Post Office, Kunnymede and Rochester, daily (SundayB excepted), at 1 p";m ';'de livered at 1.33 p.m. Ditto Moaraa and Deniliquin, daily (Suuday6 excepted), at 3.45 p.m.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. ■*" Ditto, II ay, Tuesdays,. - Th ursdays, and, Saturdays, at; 5!45 p.m.; delivered at 4:30 p.m. ' : . J! Dittol Uiupna West, Kaarimba, Kotupna, arid Lower' Moira, Thursdays, at3p.m;' delivered at3.30 p.m." * Mails close for Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted), at 7 a m. and 4 p.m. • ; • Ditto, 'Travelling Post Office, Itunnymede, and Eo chester, daily (Sundays 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 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

THE RIVERINE HERALD BI-WEEKLY NEWSPAPEll, la published every "Wednesday and Saturday, and des patched on the snme day by the Victorian and New South Wales Maile. 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 then owing. NOTICE TO ADVEUTISEltS. To afford the utmost facility to business men for ■ obtaining the publicity they require, the following scale of charges for advertising in tlie Eivertne 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 f...

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The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

C|c ^iterate Jjerali ECEUCA, WEDNESDAY,, MAECS 10, 1869. That most wonderful trial—Alexander v Jones—which commenced in Melbourne on last Thursday, was brought to what many will consider a most inconsequential ending on last Saturday night, but it by no means iolloTire that booouoo tbo pry <JJoagT6Bu tu6I6 was anything like a serious miscarriage of justice so far as they were concerned. It will not have been their fault if their want of unanimity does not entail upon the parties to the suit the payment of their individual costs —the only way in which jurors can sometimes punish those who come before them under such painful circumstances as those which so blackened Mr Alexander and Mr Jones. Jurors must not be blamed if political cliques choose to save their tools and their instiu ments from the heavy expenses which would ordinarily accrue to suitors from a disagree ment. They did the best thing they could have done, and no more should reasonably have been expected of them...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

IMPOUNDTNGS. ECHUCA. Impounded at Echuca on the 12th February. Tres pass. lied nnd white bullock, cock horns, blotch like {jsq off back . Red sided bullock, white face, cock horns, piece out near ear, TB near rump, H near thigh Yellow and white bslloc.k,"cock horns, P At off ribs and : thigh, P off rump, JH conjoined 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 andhip. Impounded at Echuca, on the 13th February;' '18G9; trespass, 6d:— Flea-bitten grey mare, long tail, like J D near shoulder. Bay horse, switch tail, star and snip, near fore foot white, fired near fore leg, near, hip' "down,"blotch R near shoulder, like 222 near saddle, DS off saddle, 389 off neck. - Impounded at Echuca, on the loth February.— Brown mare, switch tail, star, JH near shoulder, "WE reversed near rump, 3 over 11H~ over WE off shoulder. ; y ; ■; If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on the 17th Ma...

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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

SANDHURST. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday, March 9. I 93 cattle—all beef from 25s to 39s per hundred; 18 calves, up to 67s Gd; 4,427 sheep. Cattle—45, Hetfernan and Crowley's (Campaspe), bullocks, small, middling, £7 10s 6d; 0, Glass' (East Loddon), good bullocks, £10; 20, Williamson's (Yanga). culls, good and middling, £810a; balance small lots.

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ADELAIDE. MESSRS DEAN, LAUGHTON AND CO.'S REPORT. Thursday, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

ADELAIDE. MESSRS DEAN, LAUGHTON AND CO.'S RKPGRT. Thursday, 25th Februarv. Fat Cattle,—The supplies of late, though not excessive, have been larger than previously, and Bales ba>e baen dull, and prices show a decline. At the present time any supply beyond require ments speedily affects prices, i'or feed being scarce the trade only care to buy for immediate con sumption. We have sold—5 head prime cattle, for Mr Hunter, averaging £10 7s 6d; 110 head good cattle, Mr It. Holland's, averaging £7 lis; 40 head medium cattle, Mr J. H. Angas's, aver aging £6 153 4d; 23 head medium cattle, for other owners, averaging £6 12s 6d. Quotations— Prime bullocks, from £7 to £12 ; Inferior to good bullock?, from £5 to £6 10d; prime cows, from £6 to £8; inferior to good cows, from £4 to £5 10b. Fat Sheep.—This week's market was the worst in point of supply for some time, there being only a smnll number of good sheep in, while a large portion of the supplies were only in store condition. For the good...

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SERIOUS ACCIDKNT NEAR MESSRS LANDALE'S RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

SERIOUS ACCIDKNT NEAR MESSRS " LANDALE'S RUN. An accident of a rather serious nature (says the Riverine Advertiser) occurred cn Monrlay last on the Conargo road, near the boundary fence of Messrs Lan<iale Brothers' run, about fourteen miles from Deniliquin. Two men named Bowen end Adam, emplojed at Conargo in cutting chaff for Messrs Mort and Wataou, of Deniliqnin, were travelling from Deniliquin to Conargo, driving a spring cart and two horses, and at the place above-mentiuned, the cart, by some means or other, upset, and the two men were thrown out; Bowen's ltg being broken in the fall, while the 1 other received but slight injuries—a few cuts and bruises, and a good shaking being the extent of his oasuultics. Fortunately the mail coach was near at the time, and the coachdriver, on observ ing the accident, went to where the men were lying, and rendered, them what .assistance he could. He laid them on the side of the road, placing pillows, made of whatever he'could lay b...

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MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 6th March. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 6th/-March. House Market.—There has been a fair demand for useful broken-in horses throughout the greater part of last week, but on Saturday there waB less activity than is customary in this branch. We had a consider able number of draught horses entered for auction, and we effected sales of medium draught stock at from £10 to £24 5s; light harness houses, from £5 to £13; hacks, from £2 103 to £0. Wc also sold a fine unbroken Van Jiieman's Land mare, which was brought into our yards late in tbe day, and after most of the buyers had dispersed, for £31 103. Dairy Cattle.—We yarded on Thursday a'number of useful dairy cattle, which we succeeded in disposing of at the following rates:—Good uiilch cows, from £5 to £<i 10s per head ; inferior to medium, from £3 to £4. We have also sold twenty-five nead of store cattle, very low in condition, at from £1 83 to £1 163 6d. ■ Pig and Poultry Market.—We penned a , full complement of pigs on W...

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CRICKET MATCH AT RUNNYMEDE. ECHUCA v. RUNNYMEDE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

CRICKET MATCH AT RUNNYMEDE. ECHUCA v. RUNNYMEDE. It is possible that since the formation of that little town nothing has occurred in Runnymede which tended so much to unite and bring together the inhabitants, as did the visit of the Echuca club on last Saturday. Prom early noon the place looked gay and lively, and the townspeople seemed to have dismissed dull care for one day at least. The weather was fresh, and as usual it had the effect of bracing the energies and sharpening the appetites of the pleasant little party that sat down to the excellent breakfast which had been provided by Mr Leake. At half-past eleven o'clock the wickets were pitched, and, having won the customary toss, Mr Archer, who acted as captain of the Echuca party, elected to take the field; while Mr Barrow, captain of the Runnymede men, entrusted Mr W Ford with the ball. Considering the short length of time during which the club had been established, the fielding was good—that of Messrs O'Sbanassy and Hayes bei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

Wool, Station*, Asrencles, Ac 0 alaiaho y; o a.me B ell..& ;C0.; Sheep.and. Cattle' Salesmen, ' j.' £ ,47\:. i Bottbke-stbeet West, Melbourne..; „,James Mann, representative,,at. Deniliquin. ^i.'G.'F6bstth & Co,',' do. ' Wagga Wagga C!-1 , " Do, 1 dd. ;' Dubbo ' ov- i "... - ;; 716 Advances on Station JPro]>ertie$i The TRUST and agency, COMPANY of , AUSTRALASIA (Limited), 'Having now a large amount of, capital' foi inv'estment'are prepared to inake; Liberal Cash- Advances ax;Reduced -Rates • On " r* ■ v.'i' j : - , SftJJATXING; PnOPEKTIES ,v *r, =>--f.;-, . In r iYictoexa and New; Souiii Wales, Bbigiix" "Bbotheus & Co',: Man aging Agents.1 Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. >■ ■■■' ' ■ / . . ■ : 170 . Metlical. EEHUEA DISPENSARY. Me. II. CROSSEN, SUEftCHEWW. 6 ■ j; W. SIBLKY, M.D., formerly Military Stiirgreori, Percy-street, Echuoa. 412 J. S I I O J D S CHEMIST and imUKGWEeT, (Opposite Mr E. Hoiaan's store), 3 i 8 H "STREET, fi c H U C A ...

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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

ECHUCA. BOROUGH COUNCIL The adjourned ordinary meeting of the Borough Council was held 011 Friday night. Present— Crs Hansen (in the chair), Graham, Weaver, Newbould, Hayes, and Nield. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read From the Central Board of Health, inform ing the Gounoil that small-pox had now undoubtedly made itB appearance in the co'.ony, and enclosing a form of bye-law for the regulation of sanitary matters within the Borough. Deferred for consideration. From Dr Mueller, trusting that the Council would have properly trenched by April any ground which they wished to have planted, as he would then be glad to supply them with suitable tre°s. Received. From Messrs Franklin and Shaokell, informing the Counoil that they were desirous of establish ing a tannery cn the banks of the Murray, and inquiring if the Council had any objection to their so doing. It was arranged that the Council would raise no objection, provided that the regulations of the Central Board of Health should be c...

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POLICE. ECHUCA.:—Monday, 8th March. (Before Mr Langford. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 March 1869

POLICE. Echtjca. :—Monday, 8th Maroh. (Before Mr Lansford. P.M.) One lady who had imbibed rather freely was ; discharged with a caution. ( Carriers' licenses were granted to "Walter Tay lor, Gilbert Taylor, and Arthur Black. William Ferguson was charged by the police with having been drunk and disorderly. As he , had been in the look- up from the previous Satur day, he was deemed to be sufficiently punished, and was discharged with a caution. CIVIL, M'Arthur v Major—Goods sold, £20. Order for the amount and 5s costs. A slaughtering lioenss was granted to Samuel Twycross, of Rochester. Moama:—Tuesday, 9th Maroh. (Before Mr Langford, J.P. and Dr Crossen, J P.) George Redman applied for a transfer of his lioense of the Junotionlnn to Peter Boylan. The necessary notice having been complied with, the transfer was granted. Nash v Harvey—Goods sold aud delivered, £10. Defendant was not present, and the service of summons having been proved, a verdict was given for tha amount claimed, with ...

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

"Kleptomania in the person- of itae.wife of a respectable miner residing; in. this district," says tlie Talbot; Leader,' " was. unmistakably exhibited recently? when' she visited some of the drapers' shops in'this cown and appropri-. ated several articles-of^wearing apparel. She also entered other: places of business and gave an endless amounti-of trouble without pur chasing. As, however, her proclivities were ■ in most cases "pretty well known, she was carefully watched, and her career of theft was stopped,' by being charged with stealing by ■the manager of one of the stores she had lately left. After some time she acknow ledged having taken a. jacket which was ex posed for sale, and gave it up, together with some stockings she ; had stolen elsewhere. The woman had not the plea of poverty to put forth in her defence, being in a good pecuniary position." ' Our "devil" went to, the theatre when a star actress was advertised to appear "in-two pieces." After the performance was over he...

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

Wanted WANTED a Nurse Girl. Apply Mrs H. P. Taylor, Conolly street, Eohuoa. 24 WANTED a Herdsman, for the Eohuca Borough Common, to aot up to 20th September, 1SG9. Conditions to be seen on and after the 11th inst, at the Commeroial Hotel, High-street. Applications to he sent, in the applicant's own handwriting, to the Chairman, Mr G. Redman, up to the 20th inst. (By order), Tir. Hansen-, 215 Seoretary, pro tern. Amusements. CGROP ANNUAL RACES. WEDNE8DAY, 17th MARCH, 1869. Stewards : Messrs Seward Leake P. Nolan Messrs Hogarth Hamilton "Wigg Fiest Race. Maiden Plate, of £7 10s, for all horses never having won an advertised prize. Distance, one mile and a half. Entrance, £1. Second Race. Cokop Handicap of 20 sovs, for all horses; to be handioapped by tbe Stewards, or whom they may appoint. Distance, two miles. Entrance, £2. Thied Race. Handicap Hchdle Race of £10, over twelve jumps not less than three feet nine '"nohes. Dis tanoe, two miies. Weight, not leas than 10 stone. Entrance, £...

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

THE Luxury of Washing 'with Hakpek Twelveteees' Soap Pottdees.—This power ful preparation is decidedly the most economical and wonderful article ever introduced for washing, the cleansing properties of several pounds of soap being contained in a few ounces of the Soap Powder. No rubbing required. Gold in small packets everywhere. Patentee—Harper Twelve -trees, Broinley-by-iStra-, London. Ask for Bhiggs' Australian Satin Glaze Staech where you purchase Harper Twelvetrees' Soap Powder- One pound is equal to two pounds of any other. Sole wholesale agent for Victoria— Edward Whitby, 25 Flinders Lane east, Mel bourne ; Geelong—PouUon, chemist; and Swao •aton—Willis and Stephen. to CLEANLINESS.—A Stove most Brilliantly Polished in Two .Minutes, for Less than One Farthing!—W. G. Nixey's celebrated Registered Biack Lead (a new domestic discovery) cannot be wasted, and is a preservative of furniture from the injurious effeats of the common article now in use, as it creates no dust, and requi...

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