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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

IIoli.oway's Pills.—Thpue celebrated Pills aro especially useful in purifying the blood, cleansing the ""stomach", gently stimulating the kidneys, and acting at mild aperientc. A few doses of this purifying medicine set the foulest stomach right, remove all bilious; symptoms, steady the circulation, give strenth to the muscles, and composure to- the brain and nerves. Tbo 3?ilJs are so innoxious that they may be taken by persons in the most delicate state of health, uud with marvellous effect. When the system has been enervated by over indulgence, or exhausted by mercurial preparations, these Pills are excellent.restoratives; they expel tbo poison and enrich the blooil.—Advertisement. Mcrtical. J. VL Formerly Peri M.D., ^urgreon, Echuca. 412 0 N D S J. L. ,, ,€vaj«i8®asia ' V . (Opposite Mr E. <Homan|B store),| 3 I ^/ ECHUCA . Patent M^dicic'eji, /erfnmer;/ Fancy Goods, &c. Prcs^'ripti&ps,carefully dispensed. /?* ' Te^tlrExtracted. ■—It E j£f G ±i EJ^ ' C T...

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MESSRS L. MACPHERSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 3rd April. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

MESSRS L. MACPHEK50N AND C0.*8 REPORT. Saturday, 3rd April. &orse Mauket.—Large number of medium draught stock forward, but buBincsB not eo brisk as anticipated after the late ram. Dealers at present will consent to no reductions, and transactions wcro generally limited at previous quotations. We quote medium draught at £18 to £25; heavy, from £30 to £40; lijht harness and hackncya, from £8 to £15. We shall have twenty-five ubbM colts in on Saturday from Mr O'Shanassy's station. Dairy Cattle.—Stock forward were much better than we have yarded for some lirfie previously. Silea wero effected at £6 12s fid to £7 7s Gd. There is con siderable inquiry since the late rains for first-class milch cows, which are "worth from £7 to £10 per head, if in full milk with calves at foot. Pio Market.—We penned ICO head, which were all cleared at satisfactory prices. We are glad to remark a much firmer tone in this market generally, moVe espe cially for porkers of good quality, which realise ...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails due from Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sun cays excepted) at 1 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.; deUvered' at 1.30 p.m. and 9a.m. Ditto, Down Travelling Post Office, and Goornong; daily (Sundays excepted), at 10.35 p.m; delivered at 9 a.m. Ditto, Up Travelling Po3t Office, Kunnymede and. Rochester, daily (Sundays excepted), at .1 p.m ; de livered at 1.30 p.m. \ : Ditto Moama and Deniliquin, daily (SuudayB excepted), ' at3.45 p.m.delivered liJ-i.SO^p.m.' • Ditto. Hay, Tuesdays, Thursdays,and Saturdays, at 3.45,p.m.; ,delivered at 4.30 p.m. - Ditto, Ulupna West, Kaarimta, Kot«pna,'.and Lower • iloira,'Thursdays;" at. 3 p:m; delivered at 3.3'J p.m. Mails cloec for Melliourne'and^'Sandhurat, daily (Sun days excepted), at 7 am.aiic'4 p.m. Ditto, Travelling Post Office, Kunnymede, and -Bo-! 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. Dittoi" Moama and Deniliquin, daily (Sund...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 2nd April. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

. DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Officc, 2nd April. After the Rplenaid rains which, we r.rs glad to learn, have extended throughout New South Wnlca and Vic toria, we expect to hear "of many valuable otation properties changing hands—we require more capital free from heavy interest, whiuh has broken down 80 many of *>ur best squatters. At Deniliquin tho lieavy rain?, upwards of tour inches, have infused gladness all round, and large quantities of 6tore etoek are expected. River Edward is risin™. 2500 fat sheep, reported prime, paeaed on Monday. The drought is over, and we soon shall expect to report heavy tales-of store stock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

r -Bringing Down Rain.—A gentleman of'1 Queensland has been attempting this by a plaa to which he thus refers in the Queens . lander:—"The agent which it is attempted to bring to the help of the cultivator is elec tricity. I am trying to', get the clouds to deposit their treasure/ bj the use of metallic points fixed I to* stakes (grape vine stakes) a few feg.t above the ground. To the points very thiri'cpnductOTs are attached, and these lead into ne ground, and in a few cases are laid along the' rows of common garden crops. This is the whole apparatus ] and although I do not say so positively, for | the dry weather soon broke up after, and there has been much rain and wet weather i since the points were raised, I do believe J that my crops are doing better than usual. The idea is not new nor do I wish it to t be considered as originating with me. Drs. J Franklin and Dnrwin have suggested some- j thing of the kind ; but, so far as I am aware, I am the first to practically apply the t...

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WAGGA WAGGA Advertiser Office 2nd April [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

WAftfJA XV Ann A AdrArtispr Qnrt Anril Hie splendid rnin with ttlrieh wo have been favoured has given a new impetus to pastoral affairs. Business, ■which has been bo long languishing, i3 already giving signs of revival, and we may shortly expect to hear of many heavy transactions in stock and stations. The rain seems to have been very general. All the back country has been deluged, and the growth of grass, where, but a few days ng», nil was barrenness, is almost magical. It cannot grow faster than it will be needed. The return of the flocks from their summer quarters "will now set in in earnest, und the hungry travellers will boom tell a tale upon tho young grass.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

Wniiteii i2_ fjt ANTED a GenerrfSaryapf;' Apply to Mrs W T"wle, Cheaps'ide Hotfse. 268 W ANTED Twenty Lo&ils of Firewood. Apply at the Duke of Ed|pburgh Hotel. 266 TTTANTED Men fer.d Eunta to bring down VV timber from B^raa'j oons'apfeinplovraent; 159 per thousand. Apply .quifikly at Jl'Lend's Riverine Hotel, Kojtlina. 34 To lie Sold or IjCf. ^ ADESIRABLWlVjtfMjK SJHXP, in the best part of Hy1y^(ip*t,yrati'ly oooapied by Messrs Furd. kvmy toV4r Noble. 258 a three-rtoofotiD Ol Radoliffe atree/.y^S Apply to M'Cullooh-rf»fl Co COTTAGES ttf Apply, Lahey's THE Lari»e Bri Watt's Bon" Moama, TTAflE to LET, ling-^Dr Croasen's. 259 Uhed or unfurnished. rook Hotel. 163 ^re at Moama, known as yto Henry Leonard, \y 753 flipping' jplirst STEAMER of .the Season Sivan Sill, Batranald.jfray, and jail .. Intermediate motU, j" \J S T E A '4l b r P E A r-l. Captain Kagdall. ,/ The steamer Peajl will leave the Eohuoa Wharf fur Hay and all intermediate Ports, on or about the 12th insf! /' For fr...

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ADELAIDE. MESSRS DEAN, LAUGHTON AND CO.'S REPORT. Thursday, 25th March. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

ADELAIDE. : MESSES DEAN, I .AUGHT ON AND CO.'S .Rl'.POltT. Thtirsday, 25;h March. Fat Cattle—The numbers in have only formed a light supply. The market is firm, and prices have advanced somewhat (in all qualities. A mob of Mr Davenport's cattle (all bullocks) were much admired for breeding, weight, and quality, and made a high averago. Owing to the bad season in the interior the numbers of oattle available for the supply of this market during the coming winter promise to be unusually limited, and a firm market with high prices may therefore I be looked for. Oar sales ore—47 head prime, j weighty, bullocks, for Mr Samuel Davenport, averaging £11 7s M ; , J.2 head of good to prime oattle, averaging £9 15s 6d; 20 head good cattle, for Mr W, J. Maidroent, averaging £8 7s 3d ; 48 head do. do., for Messm T. and J. Dodd, averaging L8 3s <Jd; 39 head inferior cattb for other owners, averaging £o; 48, store cattle. Prime bnllooks, from £9 to £14 ; inferior to good bullocko, from £...

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AN AMUSING INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

AN AMUSING INCIDENT. Many fancy tbay discover in the " Resident of Riverina" referred to in the following paragraph from the Argus, a gentleman who is tolerably well known in Echuca:—"Few things are so serious .that they have not a comic side to them, ahd even the small-pox alarm i» capable of becoming a subject of amusement, as the following anecdote will prove. A certain resident of Riverina had reason to believe himself peculiarly suscep tible to the attacks of variola. He had been vacoinated in his infancy in the usual way, but was seized by variola nevertheless, while sfill a boy, and had a narrow escape for his life. Subsequently he was inoculated with, the disease, and again suffered much. He was also vaccinated repeatedly in his early days, hut, in spite of these precautions, he bad u secnd attack of small-pox while still a young man, and for the second time he had a narrow escape. Under these circumstances, it is not surprising that the news of small pox having appeared in ...

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LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. Via SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

LATER PROJI NEW ZEALAND. Via Sydnky. afnnrfflv. We have files from JVew Zealand several dayB later than those previous!}' to hand. On the East Coast, Tauranga has been surren-. dered by the Hau haus. All the women and children have been sent to Auckland. A rising is anticipated at Whakatane. Te Kooti has made an unsuccessful attempt to force Major Mair's position. Hiwa is aban ■ doned. Aholimimuri Te Hira has sent to several stations, warning all Europeans to ieave. It is feared that many friendly na tives are at present waverinir in that lo cality. I 7 p.m —Tbo Earl of Pembroke, in bi^ yacht Albatross, arritedf to day from Auck-^ land, and has brought newspapers to th«27tti nit. Further rebel atrocities have been com mitted. Te Knoti, with a lar^a party, s;ir-: roonded the Arwwa SHtrlsinent of Te Moku-' rpoko, but found only ten men there, and these were rimrdi-r-d in coin blood. Mnjrir Mair iiari fallen back on Opotiki. The Aui-k lamI volunteer artillery lind been despatched to Ta...

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THE BRIBERY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

THE BRIBERY COMMITTEE. I [CONDENSED FBOar THE VRlBbfrBNE JOT7BVAL8.] The Committee met again At eleven o'clock on Saturday morning, and sat until past four o'clock in the afternoon. Several of the witnesses who have previously appeared be fore the committee were recalled and sub jected to further examination. Mr H. G. Turner, manager of the Bank of Australasia, was recalled to afford some information as to the name of the person to whose credit two cheques of £1000 and £128 respectively, which had been drawn upon the "bribery fund," were paid. Mr Turner, after some demur, furnished the pay-slips, which showed that the cheques had been paid in to the credit of Messrs Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Co. Mr John Ettershank was recalled, and requested to throw some further light on this point, and he said the cheques were given in exchange for others drawn upon the account of his firm. The hon James M'Culloch and the hon J. G. Francis were also examined in reference to the date upon which t...

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STOCK REPORTS; &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

STOCK It ii PORTS; &«. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. The following mob of stock has crossed since oor last issue: — April 6-2,000 fat wethers, Officcr, from Zara 'station. A large quantity of rain fell on Sunday night and Monday mornin™. Tuesday was fine, but as we go to press the aky looks cloudy, anil Borne ehowcra may be expected to come down.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

5?or Kale !'for Sale IJ1HE.! well-knoy n IRON /STERN-WHEEL , . gieaftnei* /ff.lI.E'. The owner, J. Hi PoftWti, havfng disposed of his business at Bdy/ol&W J.Jt. Warby. late of ;Wagga WagVa^wil^na^e no/further use for the above. 'For particular.yfippiy to Messrs "Wm M'Culloch and Co, Eohuoa/a&d Melbourne ; or to the'under N & Co., street, Melbourne. Stations, "A js'eiaeies, «&c ? jQ AL ilAHOY |AMP ByKLL & CO. ' Sheep '47 BotBKWKTREET ' James Mann, wipre^entatls^ at Deniliquin. ■;G. Fousith Je Co., }dor "Waftga' VVagga : Do / S>/ do. Dubbo / • 716 Advances onSfiitioii i'ropertii'g, THE TRUST and/AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTK,yLASIA. H^ited), ■ Having nova al large amount of capital foi in^estclerrtjare Mwpartd to make Liberal CaseJ i^Ava/ces ac. Reduced Rates 7g Peope/.ties rln/ N^rw- South Wales. Bright ^rotheus & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne.' •• 370 WIiGiit, Flot mill other Cer< ate. • Goldsbro...

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MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 3rd April. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

MESSUS BENSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 3rd April. Horse Market.—A considerable busines has been done at our yards during the wet!:, the supply nf water to the district having greatly stimulated ilie remand for good mediutn and heavy draught horseB. A number of private sales of horses iiavo been effected iu addition to those taking place nt auction. We have disposed of medium to heavy draught horses from £12 to £31; horaeB suitable for ploughing and general farm work at from £8 to £18; haclu and light harness horses from £3 to £11. 1)aiuy Oattle —The market has been but indifler- I e'ntly supplied with dairy stock. The few head mediutn quality yarded by us we quitted at from £u to £5 Sb. Pig akd Poultry, Market. —On Thursday there was a temporary reaction in the pig market, and the moat of the stocks penned had to ue sold at a reduction upon former rates. We believe, however, that the cir cumstance is only attributable to the holidays, and that next week the market will revive. Po...

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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDEST.) Tuesday, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

SANDHURST-. • (Fjiom Ouk Own Coruerpondest.) Tuesday, April 6. 148 cattle—prices for best rose considerably, guy to 37a fid per hundred; calves—none in; 1,371 -slieop, indifferent. 38. Barker's (Kvnetm), bullocks, middling. £- 18$; 46, Rowan's (Kyneton't), plain, small. 4"G; 40, Muir liead, cows, good, £8 Is; 14, Young (Preston Vale), very plain and indifferent, £5 7s; balance small lota.

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ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

EC HTTP, A DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. The adjourned meeting- of tbe Board was held at their office,\ High-street, Echuca, yesterday afternoon. Present—Messrs R. J. Glass (chairman), John MfKenzie, John Higgins, and William Nash. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. • COItRESPONDBNCE. Letters were read From the department of Roads and Bridges, Melbourne, drawing the Board's attention to a report of the late Inspector-General of roads to the advantages to be gained by the intro duction of steam road rollers in tbe construc tion and maintenance of roads; also enclosing a drawing of tbe steam rollers, with price list, weight, and measurement. From tbe same, requesting that a copy of the district ratepayers roll be forwarded to that department. From the Under Treasurer, Melbourne, informing the Board that the supplementary endowment due to the Board was passed for payment on the 15th March last. From the Registrar-General's department, asking for b statistical return. F...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

CRICKET MATCH. It will be remembered that on the occasion of the cricket match, Echuea v Runnymede, Mr Bruce stated at the banquet, that he would be hbppy to bring up eleven Bendigo men to play twenty-two of Echuca and Runnymede. On last Monday evening1 a meeting of the local club was held at Hayes* Terminus . Hotel, and it was definitely ar ranged that the match should come off at Echuca on Friday and Saturday, on the old ground, near the Railway. The players on behalf of Echuca will be selected from the following :—Messrs J. L. Archer (Presi dent of the CInb), H. Archer, Weaver, Hayes, Cameron, Molyneaux, Willis, O'Dwyer, W. Ford, Speed, Hatfield, Hartshorn, Clifton, Fitchett, Mayson, Mitchell, Nolan, and 8im monds. We are unable to name all the gentlemen who will arrive from Runnymede, but we may say that the following are most likely to play:—Messrs Jones, Barrow, Fraser, Pye, Nicholas, Harrison, and Kuekhy. A grand-stand capable of holding a large number of persons will be erec...

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Monday, 5th April. (Before Mr Langford. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Monday, 5:h April. fBsfore Mr Lansford. P.M.^ A woman named Johnson was fined 10s, for drunkenness and disorderly conduot. "William Davidsoti^was^ summoned for having assaulted Anne Longley \on ' the 19th March, Damages were laid at £5. • Mr Taylor appeared for the complainant, and Mr Powell for the defendant. The complainant deposed that she was wife of Walter Longley, a tailof,' who. resided near tho Commercial Hotel, High-street". At about one o'olook on Friday, the, ^9th Maroh, she was in her own house, and her' husband and a Mr Young, who was working with him, were also there. Just about that time the defendant, who resided next door, burst open the door, rushed in, and, without a word having been said to him, strnok her husband under the ear. "Witness then, and not until then, ran to her husband's assistance, and soaght to get Davidson away from him. He (Davidson) then lorried' round, seized witness by the throat and squeezed her, and subsequently seized h...

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ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

I ECHUCA BOROUGH COUNCIL The Counoil held tlic-ir aijourned meelirig on Saturday afternoon, when the following were present:—His Worship the Mayor, Crs Graham, Hayes, Nolan, Weaver, Newbould, Hansen, ana Nield. THE TOW CLEBK'S EXPLANATION. The Town Clerk said he Bhould like to make a few remarks in explanation of bis absence from the meeting of the Conncil on the previous Wednesday night. Befere leaving for Melbourne he mentioned the matter to the mayor aBd other councillors, and no objection was made to hia departure. It was understood that while in town he shoold endeavour to make arrangements for a special train on the oocaBion of the ball which had been announoed to come off op. tbe 14th April; and that he should attend to other matters at the sarnie time. Hia worship said he nnderetood that Mr Pascoe was to return by Tuesday. The Town CJerk reminded the mayor that his worship had said that he himBelf would probably leave Eohuca on that day. Before leaving for Melbourne, he (Mr ...

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ECHUCA COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, 6th April. (Before Eis Honour Judge Macoboy.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 7 April 1869

ECHUOA COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, 6"h April. (Bnfore Eis Honour Judge Macoboy.) M'Arthur r. Major.—Mr Powell ap plied (under written notice to Geo Langford, fepq, P.M., and Mr H. P. Tiiylor, plaintiffs attorney) to his Honour to place an appeal hprein on the cause list of the County Court, on the ground, as alleged in notice, that the application had been improperly refused by the Petty Sessions. His Honour said he failed to see how the •case came before him. Mr Powell's proper course would have been by mandamus. Mr Taylor applied for costs for havina- been brought there under notice, but his Honour 'considered he had no jurisdiction. The following cases were struck out:— Taylor v Clarke, Burton v Scott, Lyell and Servibev Homan. Undefended Cases. In the following causes verdicts were given hy default:—Hansen Brothers v Brotherton, L5 Os 3d; Proprietors of the Riverine Herald V C. Brown, L15 5s (in this case a set-off had been put in, but was not allowed); Enquest v Mullens, 18sj Leys v...

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