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

STOCK RK PORTS;," &c. ECHTJCA AND MO AM A. The following mob of stock has crossed since ; our last isBue:— April 8—25 head of b tinea from O'Sbanassy's, Sloira —10 geldings, 15 mares. The elcy looks cloudy, nnd the river continues to rife Since our last issue the depth of the Murray has been increased by three feet seven inches, or seven feet three inches more than it was before the drought hroke up. From Wednesday to Thursday the water rose twenty-one inches.

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

For Male For Sale, rjISB 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 farther use for the •above. For partioulare apply to Messrs "Wm M'Cullooh. 'and Co, Eohuoa and Melbourne; or to the under signed. J. H. POLTjABD, ■172 Hay, N.8.W. Wool,; Stations, Agencies, fie jQALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Bottrke-street 'West, Melbourne. James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. Q. Forsyth & Co., do. "Wagga Wagga ■ Do do. Dubbo 716 Advances on Station Properties, THE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of capital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances at Kedticeo Rates On Squatting Properties In Victoria and New Sotjth Waxes, Bright Brothers & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Part.on and Hellins, Melbourne. 170 Business Notices. 0 H N F E R G U 8 0 N, Sad tiler. &e....

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WOOL REPORTS, &c. [?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 April 1869

WOOL REPORTS, <fcc. Messrs Hastings Cufcingham and Co.'s report.; "Wool—The demand is in excess of the supply, and prices remain Bteadv. We . intend holdiug a Bale immediately after the arrival of the English mail, due the loth instant. Quotations are - for greasy, from 6d to lOd 5 soourtd, from 12d to 18d ; and fleece, from 12d to 17d jor lb» 8heep skius—Onr sales, held on Saturday, 3rd instant, and Tuesday, 6th instant, were both well attended by the buyer?) and the prices obtained were very good. Woolled pelts Bold at from lod to 2a 61I each ; dried pelts, from l"d to Ifid each ; lambs' pelts, from 3d to 8d each ; and lambskins from l2d to 2Jd each. Hides—We sold a la-ge quan tity at from 13s to 23s 6d eaehi Calfskins, at from 3|d to 4d per lb. Tallow—We note a decided improvement in the biddings compared with late ruling prices. Our sales were at £35 12s 6d per ton far mniton,in good condition Kangaroo Skins were well competed for, and brought lis 6d per dozen fur med...

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THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 7th April, 1869. MR JOHN GEORGE DOUGHARTY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 10 April 1869

THE MARKETS. Melbourne, 7th April, Iff9. MR JOHN GEORGE DOUGHAKTY'S REPORT. Fat Cattle.—988 in. The market opened at once 5n thn liveliest manner. The same spirit continuing throughout, closing firm at an advance of 00- n lifad on best rattle, and from 30s to 40j on midciing to inlerior ones. Quotations: — Best bulloi-l-s brought, lrom £10 to £13 15s; good quality huilick", froin £8 to £9 los; inferior to fair do., from £5 to £7 IOj ; prime row?, from £0 to £11 5s; good do., l'rom £7 to £8 17« 6d: inferior to fair do., from £0 lo £0 '0s. Best beef 30a to.32s 6d: good, 25a to 27s 6d ; inferior, 20a to 22s 6d per hundred pounds. Some of the averages as follows: Mr J. O'Connor, Cranbo'urne, bullocks £97s; Mr-John son's, Jlewburn Park, bullocks JO; .Mr Robertson's, Colac, bullocks £12, cows £9 2-i; Air ISueklev's. Port Albert, cows £8 Is; Mr Williamson's, Yniiga, bullocks £8 03 7d, cows £6 9s; llr Hugh Campbell's Tournlgon, bullockB £11 18s, cows £lU 12- 6d. I sold '210, Mr John Peirce'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

.A Gbetna._Green IPostboy.—On.odk. occasion he quite "outdid his own outdoings.". He bad driven a couple, who had forgotten to"ask mamma," early in the day to Long town, and as he thought they were taking it rather nasily, he strongly advised rhetn to cross the harder, and get married (before they dined. They were weary, and would not be advised, and ho took his fiorses back to Gar lisle, and thought them just "poor - silly, tilings." He had not. been hack longj'wlien the mother and a "Bow-street officer dashed up to trie Rush. There was not" a second to" lose', so Jack jumped on a horse, without ask ing anyone, and galloped to Longto^vn.,. He1 had barely time to get the^ dawdlers 'hurried into a post-chaise, take his seat on-,the box;as:. commander-in-chief, and: clear! the "lang toun," when the pursuers ■ lootned-'irr eight! The- pursuit'wa3 so hot that the, only way,,was to turn sharp down a lane; and,'Jack utid his' party had , the satisfaction ..of,', watching through a leafy s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

THE RlVERINE HERALD - BI-WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Ib published every Wednesday and Saturday, and des patched' on the same day fey 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 _^-ill ' be charged : proportionately to the termination' of- the current three-months. Orders to d sco- ti-ne cannot be rec iv/- aft-r the beginning 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 ADVERTISERS. '• , To afford' the utmost ' facility to'* business men for obtaining the publicity they require, the following scale of chargesfor advertising in the Kivehtne Herald has been adopted. . .. £ a. d. For one inch for one insertion 0 5 0 One inch for two'i...

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STOCK REPORTS, &c., ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

STOCK REPORTS, &G-'*" ECHUCA AND MOAMA. No crossings have been registered since our Inst issue. The weather ia cold, and we are not unlikely to have more rain before long. 'I he grass is springing up in all directions, and plains which one week ego were brown as a berry, are now fast approaching to a healthy looking green.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

S?oi* .Sale Vor;it.i'iet' f";! ";; rriflB well-known IRON. STER$-\^HEEL, j; Steamer flS.JP..,J'i. -The; owner, J. H.- Pollard, ha ving ■ disposed • of his'business at Hay to Mr J. E.-' Warbjylate^of' Wagga VVagga, will have'Wfurtber'use; for' thb' above..' ■ ; - ' ''' ; '■ For paHictilar? apply:(o -Messrs' Wni M'Culloch an i Co', Echuoa atid Melbourne"; or to the under signed^' r' -or • 1 <'• ' " * J" • '■ ' J.- H. POLI.AEPv ' ' • • 172'' ■- -Hay," N;S W. Wool, §tution$, Ag-«ncles, Ac JQ ALM/AHO Y ' 3 A M P IS'ELL CO. ■ '' Sheep and Cattle1 Salesmen, . 47 ' Bouuke-street West, . Mixbodene.' .James Mann, representative at Deniliquin. Or. -Forsyth & Co., -do..Wayga AVagga Do ' -- do. .iDubbo : ' 716 Advances oil Station l*i*o]|tei'ti vs> rrillE TRUST, and AGENCY COMPANY of -I r AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having'now a large, amount of capital foi z • investment are prepared to make •■...< Liberal Cash Advances at Reduced Rates . .Li:.; ,0n ■: . , i ;-,SaUAT...

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MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturdav, 10th April. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturdav, 10th April. HonsE Market. - There bus been a verv fair demand for draught horses throughout tho past week, and a satis factory number of snles have been effected at annexed quotations. A great amount of business could hnve been brought about in the early part of the week had the stock been olt'erine, but owing to the scarcity,of suitable hnrses, for the time being, numerous horse buyers were left unsupplied. The requirements of the market have been however met within the last day or two by a draft of good medium and heavy cart horses, .well adapted for farm and road work. We have sold medium draught horses a', from £10 to £26; light harness horses and hacks from from £5 5a to £16; heavy draught we may quote at from £30 to £40. Dairy Cattle.—Only a few bend of medium quality have been yarded. Sales at from £3 7* (Jd to £5 10*. Daiut and Farm Projwr.—Our auction sales of produce have been well attended during the past week. Both fresh and pott...

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SANDHURST. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

SANDHURST. - (From oor own Correspondent.) Tuesday, April 18. 803 cattle—best in 40i per hundred, medium 25a to S5$;"5 calves, indifferent; 1,86!) sheep—prices quite' equal to the general rise, say 13s 6d, 461b. wethers, ewes in proportion. Ottle—4!, ltowan's (Kyneton), middling and plain,; £6 14s; 251. Goudje (Upper Murray), good, middling, and very plain, £(3IGi 6d; balance small lots.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

■Wantcil WANTED a General Servant, Apply at I\ oah's Ark Hotel. 277 ANTED a General Servant—must be- a W good oook and laundress. For address apply to Mr Carpenter, News Agent, Eohucs. 40 WANTED a good Ploughman. Apply at , Roberts and Ferguson's, blaoksmitbs, High street, Kchuca. 41 II7 ANTED Fifteen Thousand healthy Leaches. > V Apply, with prioe, to J. HolJsworth, Druesist. Sa-dhnrst. 278 Government Advertisements. The Treasury, New South Wales, » 5th April, 1869. Contracts tor the Public .Service. FORAGE FOR THE POLICE, &o.': NOTICE is hereby given that Tenders.will be received at this office, until twelve o'olook noon of Tn'esday, the 4th May next, for furnish ing supplies at the undermentioned polioe.'stntion, in such quantities, as may be required", dur.ng ten oalendar 'months, from' Ist'iJune, 1869, upon the conditions' specified in Government Ga zette notioe of this date. s Printed forms of tender, as well as any further particulars and information, may be obtain...

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POSTLE'S MEAT-PRESERVING PROCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

POSTLE'S MEAT-PRESEUVING PROCESS. A large number of squatters and other gentlemen interested in the "meat-preserving question," recently attended at the pre mises of Mr J. B. Postle, Brunswick strper, Fitzroy, to witness the result of certain experiments made by him a month ago, to test value of his meat-preserving process. On the occasion in which the experiments were made two sheep, four saddles of mutton, and a hind-quarter of beef, were shut up in h chamber, into which air chilled by Mr Pestle's process, was freely introduced. The various items abovenamed were sealed and ticketed in such a manner that any tampering with theui could not fail to be easily dis covered, and yet they were all taken out from the chamber, in which they had been im prisoned for four weeks, in a state of perfect preservation. They were juicy, inodorous, and sweet to the taste, and in all respects re sembled mutton which had been killed a few hours. Numerous questions were put by by several gentlemen pres...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

THE BANQUET. At hslf-pust eiijht o'olook on Friday night the Sandhurst Eleven, their umpire (Mr Latham) and the Runnymsd* conting>nt, W<-re entettained at a truly eleg-nt banquet (jmn at Mr Redman's large hall in that style wbioh has so repeatedly won him well-meriied encomium from the .press. Besides the orijketers who had been aotively engaged, a very large number of gentlemen "friendly to the game" wefe present, and no less than-.fifty-three in all plaoed their knees under j the well-appointed board. The nbair was taken | by the president of the Echuoa Cricket Cluh, Mr j J. L. Aro^er, who was support-d on the right by Mr Bruce, oaptain of the Sandhurst team, and on the left by Mr Angus Mackay, M.P. The vioe ohair was filled by the vioe-president of th loc»l olub, Dr Crossen, district coroner, supported on the right by Mr Barrow, captain of the Runnymede detachment, and on the left by Mr J. Willis, the secretary of the Echuoa Club. Amongst the "promiscuous" were seve...

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CRICKET MATCH. B.U.C.C. ELEVEN v. TWENTY-TWO OF ECHUCA AND RUNNYMEDE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

CRICKET MATCH. B.U.C.C. ELEVEN y. TWENTY-TWO OF ECHUCA. AND RUNNYMEDE. This event was resumed' at ten o'olock on Saturday mo mine", by whiota time a considerable number of spectators had assembled on the ground. Glen and M. Daly (who weie'" not out" on the previous evening) went to the wiokets and were rather speedily disposed of, the former having added bat three to his unfinished sonre of twenty. The Twenty-two played much better than on the firpt day, and the EKven were all got rid of for 106 (first innings). The Twenty two again took up the willows and added 113 to their previous score of 73, Molyneaux being top scorer—23. The Eleven then went in a second time, and had mane 25, with six wiokets stand ing, whan the stamps were drawn at a quarter past four o'clook. The match—though slightly in favour of the Twenty-two—thus ended in a draw, the Eleff n requiring to so ore 65 runs more before they could win. They left for Sandhurst by the afternuon train, and were loudly cheered on ...

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DISEASE IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

DISEASE IN SHEEP. [FROM,THE ADELAIDE OBSERVER.] One of the great drawbacks to pastoral •operations in parts of the South Eastern dis trict is an infection which, for want of a ^better title, is known as the coast disease. •Its prevalence has proved the source of •serious loss to squatters, and for a long time •its character has been a matter of speculation. Recently the subject has been taken in hand by men of science, and Dr Mueoke, of Ta Uunda, is sanguine that discoveries pregnant with important results have been made res pecting it. He thus writes to us under date [February TO:— "I take the liberty to communicate to you, for your columns, an important victory made by science in our colony. Some time ago I Tead in the Mount Gambier Standard com plaints about an increasing disease amongst the sheep there, known as the coast disease, ■which created great consternation amongst the squatters, and 'a request to men of science to find out the cause of this disease. The ttiost contradic...

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MR M'ARTHUR AND THE LICENSING BENCH. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

MR M'ARTHUR AND THE LICENSING BENCH. (Tfi the Editor of the Riverine HeraldA I Sir,—Public comment has been free on the subject of my advertisement in Saturday's paper; and if yon will allow me to explain my reason for inserting it, you will much •oblige. I will frankly admit that the method adopted by me to expose what I believe to be an error, was not the most courteous, and that I sincerely regret; but reflecting1 on tbe practice that used to be the rule in and around Melbourne, of publicans who wished to visit Hokitika or Callao without the know ledge of their creditors, being allowed to simply put up a notice over their door, transferring their license to "Bob Davie,'* and the said "Bob Davie" got it as a matter of course. This evil got to be so glaring that the Emerald Hill bench made a stand against it, and would grant no transfers of license without both parties bping present, which at ■once checked the fraudulent propensities of "would-be skedaddlers. Yours respectfully, N....

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MESSRS L. MACPHERSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, lOth April. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

MESSRS 1. MACPHERSOX AND* CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, lOtn April. Horse market.—We ynrded twenty are neaa ot colts, &c., for Mr O'Shnnaeay, and eold out at prices ranging from 30s to £a or. A lot of good medium draught colts in condition would meet with a capital market just now. Broken-in-Stock-We had a large number of horses forward, and certainly some of the finest heavy draught stock ever seen ' in this district. The business done in medium draught was very satis factory, and altogether a. better .tone is beginning to prevail. Prices remain without alteration, and the market is firm at the following quotations": —Heavy draught, from £40 to £50; medium, £20 to £30; liglit harness, from £10 to £15; useful plough horses, from £10 to £12. Dairy Cattle.—We had no really first-class cows forward; thoBe yarded were sold at priceB ranging from £3 7s 6d to £5 10s per head; calves brousht from 2 is to 37s per head. There is a great demand for good calves existing at the present time. ...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (fhom ode own correspondent.) Melbourne, Tuesday. 7 d.ro. I A very large crowd of people presented themselves at the Parliament Houses this afternoon, and members were besieged for orders for admission. Mr C. E Jones, who was introduced to the speaker by the Sergeant-at-Arms, took his seat for Ballarat West. * A motion was carried to the effect that the 12th clause of the Complaint Commiree's report (jhat clause in which the Chief Secre tary and Mr Francis had been censured) should first be considered. Messrs M'Culloch, Francis, and Higin botham made personal explanations. The debate is going on without the 12th clause of the report having been expunged. Immense interest is felr, and all sorts of conjectures are freely hazarded with reference to the'result. Yesterday the Murray Btood 7 feet 3 inches above its summer level at the Ejhuoa Wharf beiDg a deorease of 5 inohes upon its maximum rise since the late rainR. It bad reached its hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

Hom.owat'b Ointment and Pilib.— Abscesses, Erysipelas. Piles.—Unvarying succcsa attends all who treat thete.diseases according to the simple printed di rections-wrapped round each pot and box of Hollcvay's medicaments. "They are invaluable to the youug and timid, whose bashfulness tometimeo endangers life. A. little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling ex . pense," will enable the most diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. The ointment arrests thesproadinginflama tion, r«strain» the excitcd vessels, cools the overheated ukin, alleviates throbbing and smarting pains, and gives great ease. The printed dirc-ainos for the use of the Ointment nl60 clearly point out when and how Hollo way's Pills are to be taken, that their purifying and regulating powerB may assist by adjusting andstrenthen ing the constitution.—Advertisement. •; ,i Professionals MR; H. 3st. POWELL, SoSiciJor, l&c.y. - v Oppo&ite Messrs M'C...

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DENILIOIUN Pastoral Times Office, 9th April. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 14 April 1869

TVR.NTTJOTTTN Paatoral Times Office, 9th April. '"The whole faoe of tUe country is changed, from the Hurray to Queensland southern border. We never remember rain so genera! and ao timely. The country, which a fortnight ago looked brown, dismal, dusty, and dry haa charged on -its eurface to an emerald green. Store cattle are looking up in price, a aura sign of a prosperous seaBon; 2000 head of mixed sexes have been sold on the Clarence, from .two to nine years old ut 45s, and other sales are pending. At Lloniliquin tat cattle wore very scarce, but we have fair numbers of fat sheep Store stock from the north are expected down iu about Bis weeks hence. We have no sales or crossings to. report. 0u» Wentworth correspondent Btates torrents of rain fell on Sunday Inst for six hours ; the raiu gauge gave two and a-half inches; the whole of tbo Lower X)arling was a quagmire. Heavy rain io threatening at Deniliquin on our going to press.

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