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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
Dn. JBagbv, of the iV'atice- Virginian, wants a collector,.and thus describes die sort of man required for that position. Judging from the outfit' required, collecting in that SHCtion of the State must; be dangerous ns well as difficult. H?ar him Wanted, at this office, an able-bodied, hard-featured, bad tempered, not-iu be-put-off, and not-to be backed-down, fieckle-facad young man, to collect (or this paper. Must furnish his own horse, saddle-bags, pistols, whiskey, bowie knife, and cowhide;. We will furnish the accounts. To such we promise constant and laborious [employment." The Grim Female.—A. grim female who cannot flirt nor giggle, nor cry and kiss and make up when scolded, is far away a worse kind of thing than a feather-headed little puss who is always doing wrong by reason of her foolish brain, but who manages somehow to pull herself right because of her loving heart: Weak women, vain women, affected women, and the whole class of silly women, whatever the speciality of sil...
WOOL REPORTS, &c. Melbourne, 18th March. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
WOOL -REPORTS, &c. Melbourne, 18th;Maroh. Mesers.R. Goldsbrough and Co. report:—Wool — At our auction sale held on Wednesday, 294 bales were catalogued, of which quantity 234 bales were sold, the prices obtained being fully eqnal to previous rates. Greasy realised 6d to 9£d ; scouri-d, 12d to 18fd; and fleece 1 Ifd to lod, The bulk of the lota were in inferior to ordinary oondition, no superior clips being brought forward. Sheepskins—We sold a largo quantity at from 3Jd to 6|d per pound, in the grease; lOd per pound for washed, and lid to 2£d per pound for pelts. Prices continue firm, and we quote pood well oored hides at to 4'Jd per pound. We have sold ordinary dried at 3§d to 4d per pound. Tallow—Our- sales this week.are—beef, at £31 15s; mixed at £j}3 15s; and mutton at £35 15s per ton. Flour and Grain—.Our aiiotion . sale of produce held on Tuesday attraoted a numerous attendance of buyers, and we sold con siderable parcels at following rates, say— 8.600 bushels Port Mac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
WANTED Teams to haul sawn timber from saw mills at Bama tn Echuoa, 3a 6d per 100 feet. Apply M'Leod's Riverine Hotel., . 29 fenslfii's Boroiij(Ia Worlis TENDERS will be reoeived at the Town Hall •&lt;* tig to six o'clock D.m. of Wednesday, the 24th instant, for the following:— 1. Laying down about ten bhaiaB of kerb-1 ing and channelling—labour only. 2.-:Eresting abont twenty-six ohains of fencing—material and labour.. r. . 3. Supplying aboufclO 000 w-io'len blocks. . 4. Supplying from 200 to 400 cubio yards of gravel. • Particulars nfc this office. ■ i : -C. E. Pascoe, Town Clerk and Surveyor. ■; Counoil Chambers, Echuca, 16th Mnrch, 1869 231 ■ ^ TENDERS wanted for about Thirty Aore3 of Plougli'ng. For particalars apply to Peter Eoylan, -Tunntinn Tm. Mnvni. 228 Money -m/rONEY: TO LEND. Apply to B. R. Sfe ■l»i venson, Ratoliffe-street. 124 Notices. Wotfice of Transfer Ulelbonmc aia«l ISivea'iHC Carrying; Consimny. THE business and title of 'he above company was trarsferred t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Arrangements have now been made to ensure the delivery of the Riverine Hernld by 7 o'clock on the morning of publication to all subscribers within the township of ECIIUCA, and by 8 o'clock to those residing in the vicinity of JIOAMA. Complaints of irregularity addressed to the Publisher (Sir Pemberton) will meet with prompt attention.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
pOMMERCIAL. - Exports for; the month. — To Sydney, L246,27.9; decrease, L01.128. To Mel bourne, L358,i82 ; decrease, L270,567. Money is abundant. Discount 2£ to 3 per cent. Consols firm at 93. Foieign securities and railway stocks are improving1. Dividends.—Union Bank for the half-year 7; North British Australian, 5 ; Peel River, 2f, Port Phillip. Gold, 22A; New Zealand Trust, 10 ; do, Mercantile Agency, 10; Bank of Australia, 10; and Scottish Australia In vestment, 5 per cent. Australian debentures- commend better I prices. Victorian sixes, January-July, 112; do, April-October, 112; New South Wales Fives, 1871-1870,100 ; do, 1S(5S-1878. 100; ' do, fives, 1888 1895, January-July 98A. .. Several failures-, hav?_ tioourrejJ_u: the wool and cnttou trades. In the wool market a steauy'tone" prevails, it is anticipated that the November prices will be maintained when the sale commences.' The arrivals from Australia were 53,000 bales,, besides 15,000 bales held over. The harvest prospects ...
The Riberine Herald ECHUCA, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
C|e pkritw petal! ECEUCA, SATURDAY, MARCE 20, 18G9. • Had a Citizen of the World found himself in the strangers' gallery of the Assembly on Tuesday night he would have been highly amused with the pretty little programmes cut out for the embellishment of Melbourne at a time when it was deemed necessary to shut up provincial post offices, telegraph offices, and court houses, with a view of economising the revenue without in any way impairing the efficiency of the public service ; and he would doubtless have formed a queer opinion with regard to those who had " retrenched" so many civil servants into a respectable state of pauperism, and offered them up at the shrine of Costly and Unproductive Works. But had he known how it was that Mr Vale had got into Parliament, and how he had contrived to remain there, he could have had but little difficulty in accounting for the apparently in consistent manner in* which that gentleman assisted in checking the useful expenditure of money, in order ...
CHINA. HONG KONG, 25tn January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
CHINA. Hong Ivong, 25tn January. C The Mikado of Japari^has publicly received foreign representatives. "• ^ . A collision took place near Swatow between some armed villagers and the brews of TLMiS. Cockchafer. The crew retreated w'ith"eleven wounded. A force under Commodore Jones was sent to demand satisfaction; and they punished the natives severely; 98 natives being killed and wounded, and the villages destroyed. The force returned to Hong (Kong. , . .
ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
EOFTTTCA. BOROUGH OOTTNOTT. The Borough Council held their first ordinary meeting in the new Town Hall last, night. Present—Crs Hansen (in the chair), Newbould, Neild, Nolan, Hayes, Graham, and Weaver. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read ' From the d3partment of Viotorian "Water Supply, furnishing plans for the erection of a fence round the water tower. From A. 6. H. Hillerman and Hiohard'Gates, expressing their willingness to aot as auditors. From 13. S. Hey ward and Andrew Mayne; accepting office ss assessors. "Melbourne, 16th March, 1869. "My dear Sir,—I have to apologise for delay in answering your communication in reference to the post-office and the bridge across the Murray. This has arisen partly from pressure of engage ments, and partly from waiting for answers to inquiries. I have now to inform you that, not withstanding all ray efforts to have your olaimB recognised, the Government will not be induced to drovide for the works referred to this year. The alleged ground for ref...
LATEST AMERICAN TELEGRAM. NEW YORK, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
LATEST AMERICAN TELEGRAM. New Yonk'.'28th .Tnntmrv. , : Gold, 136i. - The Democratic Convention of Connecticut have nominated Jas. E. English for Governor. Resolutions were passed at that meeting con demning negro suffrage, also to discuss but not decide the question of payment of the State debt in gold. The Convention promises to support Genl. Grant in every just constitu tional motion proposed by him. The American Congress has resolved to amend the constitution so as to prohibit the denial of the franchise on account of race or colour. The votes were 147 for this amend ment of the law, and forty-two against it. The Senate concurs in the amendment. ; ■
STOCK REPORTS, &c. EUHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
ECHUCA AND MO AM A. The following mobs of stock have crossed! since our last isBue March 17—164 head of fat cattle, T. Muckay", "Werai station. March 19—600 fat ewes, and 700 fat wethers, J. Dickson, from Carrmboon. A mob of Petera's sheep,' for Melbourne, erossod'at' Deniliquin 'on Tuesday, are at the Yellow WaterholeB lo-dey (Friday), and are expected to cross the Murray en Sunday morning. . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
For Male I'or IjlHE well-known IRON STERN-WHEEL Steamer J.H.P, The owner, J. H. Pollard, having disposed of his business at Hay to Mr J, E, Warby, late of Wagga Wagga, will have no further use for the above. For particulars apply to Messrs Win M'Culloch an1 Co, Kchuoa and Melbourne; or to the under signed. J. H, POLLARD, 172 Hay, N.S W. Potatoes! Potatoes! REGULAR -GOMSIGNMENTS from Warr nambool and Belfast, on sale at lowest laies Wit. Batfman & Co., 3 30 King street, Melbourne. Wool, citations, Agencies, &« JQALJ1AH0Y CAMPBELL & (JO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Boukee-street West, M klbourne. Jame3 Mann, representative nt Deniliquin. G. Forsyth & Co., do. Wasfga Wagga Do do. Dubbo 716 Advances on Station JL*roi»eMatit»s* HE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), T Having now a large amount of capital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates On Squatting Properties In Victoria and New South Wales, Brigh...
DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
DENILIQUIN. Chronicle Office, March 17. | btcek business here is at a standstill, and move ments exceedingly limited. No stock has crossed here for market excepting 2200 sheep of Mr "VValt-.rs' that, passed on Tuesday. The only Imsiness reported is the sale by Mr Maim, of Ettershank and Co., of a mob of store cattle, on acoount of Mr T. Brown, of the Tupptl, to Mr H. Gv.ynne, of Werai.
THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 17th March, 1869. MR JOHN GEORGE DOUGHARTY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
THE -MARKETS. Melbourne, 17tli March, 1869. MR JOHN GEORGE JDOUGHARTY'S REPORT. Fat Cattle.—1006 in,- consisting of fair to good ■quality, a few prime pens, and.a draft from the Mur rumbidgce which 'had Buffered much from want of care on tlie road. The sales'opened with great animation at last week's rates,' which continued until about the last sale, when such as were not prime dropped say 15a a head. Good beef made readily 22a 6d to25s a 1001b., or say —Best pens bullocks brought from £9 lOi to £11 15s; medium do., brought from £7 to £9 ; and inferior do., £415s to £6 10s; best cows in made from £7 10s to £9; medium quality do., from £6 to £7inferior do., from £210s to £5 90a. Some of the averages were bb follows:—Yaugn bullocks, £8 15s 8d, cows £1 0s 8d ; Kilmeny Park, bullock6 £7 8s 6d; The Heart, bullocks £9; Mr Foster's cows, £6 lis. My sales were—280 for Thomas Mitchell, Esq., bullocks to £11, averages 8 guineas, cowb to £9, average £6 10s Od ; also 200, Mr O'Neill, £5 7s 8d; ...
LATE SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON, 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
LATE SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. ■London, 13th February. J ine colonial wool sales will commence on the 25th February,1 when it is probable that 150,000 bales of wool will be catalogued. Arrivals : Young. Australian, Star of Peace, and Swiftsure. . .... . ., London,M7th February, afternoon. , The shares of the:British and; Indian Tele graph Company have all been allotted. The French official Press is* now angrily' discussing the passage of the bill now passing through the Belgian Chambers for preventing the cession of a portion of the-Luxembourg Railway to a,French Company; The Paraguayan war is • over. t - The flight of Lopez is confirmed. London, 18th February. Arrivals : Agnes Rose and Yatalla. ■ :, London, 19th Feb. : i In the House of Commons last night, Mr Lowe, in replying to Mr Fawcett, said that the Indian Government telegraphed that ,they had spent '£7,000,000 on account of the Abyssinian expedition, whereof £4,000,000 had been repaid. , . : A protocol has been conveyed from the Pa...
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
SPATN. Severe fighting has taken place at Malaga. The insurgents were vanquished. Thirty two prisoners were taken. The siege ha3 now been raised. Parties are divided be tween Prince Amadeus and the Duke de Montpensier, as candidates for the throne Fifteen thousand females presented petitions to Serrano, remonstrating against religions freedom and toleration. The civil Governor of Burgos was assassinated by ecclesiastics when he was about to make an inventory of the contents of the cathedral. There was intense popular excitement, and a demonstra tion was made against the Papal nuncio, who received the protection of the Government. Large numbers of priests and others have been arrested. The rumoured negotiations for the sale of Cuba to the United States are emphatically denied.
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
FRANCE. The Emperor's new year speeches are nil pacific. The Government does not intend to modify its policy regarding Rome. It is estimated that the surplus revenue this year will be S6,000,000f. The Moniteur asserts' that Russia is pre paring its armaments. Explanations have been given in the Corps Legislatif relative to the severities of the troops in the island ot Reunion. It is expected that an amnesty to Press offenders will be grnntedj though it has not been announced.
THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. In out kst issne we gave the more important items by the mail, sind we now supplement them with the following:—; London, 29th January. The Queen and Royal family are still at Osborne. A Court ball wjjs given in Copenhagen in honour of the Prince and Princess of Wales, and at Stockholm the Prince was made a Freemason. The Royal party' afterwards visited Berlin, Vienna, and Trieste. They were preceded by" "the Duke of Sutherland and Dr Russell, who accompanied them on their Nile tour. The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Vienna, and proceeded to Trieste on the 2?th. They left at midnight on that date for Alex andria; The Prince Royal of Belgium died on the 21st. The Lord Mayor hns committed the di rectors ol Over end, Gurney and Co. to take their trial on the 27th instant. •• The examina tion of the case lasted nine'' days, and most astonishing disclosures were made as to the way in which business was conducted. Great excitement prevails throughout England co...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
AUSTRIA. Conflicts between the clergy and the Go vernment continue. The new liberal laws are likely to lead to a complete severance between the church and State. The ultramontary paper has been seized for publishing1 the Pope's letter condemning 'the empire's insti tutions. This caused a profound sensation.
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
PRUSSIA. The North German Ga-zetle hint's that the present attitude of Von Beust muy lead to a rupture with Austria. A Copenhagen des patch says Prussia is storing- immense quan tities of war material at Duppel and Sonder burg' The new Portuguese ejiyoy at Berlin cgrar mitted suicide, owing to losses on the Paris Exchange.
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Thursday, 18th March. (Before Mr Langford. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 March 1869
ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Thursday, 18th March. (Before Mr Longford. P.M.I Biidget Cawley was brought op, ohargnd with drunkenness in honour of her patron saint, and was fined 5s, or twinty-four hours' imprisonment in default. Friday,19th March. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) Burton v Healy—Goods sold, 14s 9d.s Order for the amonnt, and 5s costs. Same v Easterby — Goods sold, 4s 6d. Order for amount, and 5s costs.