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THE BREAKWATER INDUSTRIES. CORRIGAN'S WOOL WASHING AND FELLMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
THE BREAKWATER INDUSTRIES. Corhigan's Wool Washing and Fell' mosgerv Establishment. (From the Geelong Advertiser.) On the south side of the river Barwon, and a few hundred yards below the Breakwater, is situated Mr Corrigan's wool washing and fellmongery establishment. There are features about this which make it particularly inter esting and worthy of notice. Principal among these is the fact that here all the latest im provements in wool washing machinery are to be seen, and the. establishment also deserves notice, on account of its general efficiency in performing the work carried on at it. Mr Corrigan has been very successful at both the intercolonial and the national exhibitions in London and Paris in obtaining medals for the wool washed here, and it is consequently not out of place to enquire into the cause of his success. From what an inspection of the premises and the appliances discloses, the most unsophisticated in the art of wool washing would be able to pronounce that the...
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 15th January. Plockmasters in Rivcrina are setting about the work of meeting present and future exigencies. On several stations boiling-down lias been proceeding vigorously for some time, and many loads of tallow have passed through Deniliquin lately; from other stations flocks of culls are sent to the boiling-down establishments, and we hear of a large boiling-down plant being on its way to Yanko, to melt off sufficient old stock to make way for the coming lambs. It is greatly to be desired that meanB could be taken to preserve the lean meat of the sheep so rendered. Locally there is no business to report, and hardly any stock moving. The following mob of stock crossed at Deniliquin since our last issueClarke and Macleay's 2000 fat sheep on Wednesday.
PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL. A movement (says the Wagga Wagga Advertiser) has been commenced in Sydney for the establishment of public Market Yards for the sale of stock. The present system of private yards under which squatters have so long1 been fleeced is being shewn up in its proper colours by newspaper correspondents, who write strongly probably because they write feelingly. The monopoly of the sale yards which has so long been so heavy a tax upon all dealing with stock in Sydney, is doomed. The initiative in the matter was taken by the stock and station agents, Messrs Ettershank, Eagleston and Co., when that firm first opened a branch of their business in Sydney. Mr Mann, the manager of the Sydney branch had had a large experience in the Melbourne markets, and in a series of able letters very strongly urged the adoption in Sydney of the Melbourne system of sales Of course this alarmed the monopolists and a very pretty newspaper quarrel was the result, in which Mr Mann got rather...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From our latest telegraphic intelligence we gather the following:— Portland. Monday was observed as a half-holiday. A grand challenge cricket match was.played by the Warrnarobool Eleven and the Portland Eleven. The Portland players were victorious by twenty-seven runs. Sydney. The ship Salamander, which put in here leaky from damage sustained by striking on a sunken rock in Banks's Straits on her voy age from Port Phillip Bay to London, has nearly discharged the whole of her cargo previous to undergoing repairs. So far the cargo has not sustained any very material damage. The total yield of gold for the past year amounts to 229,738oz., and is valued at £894,829, being an increase of 7.000oz. over the pi-evious year. The Sydney Exchange Company declared no dividend at their ordinary meeting for the current period. A cyclonc has passed over Grafton, and swept away All Saints' Church. Several barns and other buildings are much damaged. The maize crop is greatl...
LAND SALE AT MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
LAND SALE AT MOAMA. A sale of Crown Lands took place at Moama yesterday, conducted by Mr George Jlaunsell, Police Magistrate. The following lots were sold; for the others subjected to competition there were no offers:— Lot A, portion 8, 170 sores, situated in the county of Cadell, parish of Thuie, adjoining the eastern boundary of Reserve No 29i, on f'hulg lagoon, purohased by Wolesloy, Gibbs and Co. Lot B, portion 11, 159 acres, situated in the county of Cadell, parish of Tbale, on the north bank of Thnle lagoon, adjoining the south-east corner of Caldwell's 320 acres on that lagoon, in Thnle ran, purchased by Wolesley, GibbB and Co. Lot E, portion 2, 40 acres, situated in the J county of Cadell, parish of Porriaoota, on the right bank of the Murray river, adjoining to the southern boundary of Kirk and Goldsbiough's ' 79 acres on the Sheepwash lagoon, purchased by Eobertson, Wagner and Co. Lot L, portion 5, 230 acres, situated in the county of Cadell, parish of Moira, on the road f...
CALENDAR FOR THK WEEK. JANUARY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
CALENDAR FOR THK WEEK. January. '• phases or t ir~e moo ny .Last quarter. Tuesday,.5tb, i 4.2 p.m. ; Ncw>moon ..Wednesday, 13th,4.33 a.m.' -Firstquarter. .Thursday, 21st, 10.6 a.m. Full moon ..Thursday. 28th, 11.10 a.m. Apogee .. 17th, 5 a.m. Perigee .. 29th, 11a.m. ■ AT ECHUCA. ; " Davs of the Sun. Date Week. Moon. Rises. Sets. TT. MV h:. nr. -■ h. jr. 20 Wednesday.. 4 2 7 20 S. 11 26p.m. 21 Thursday . 4 3. 7 20 11 58 . 22 Friday 4 4 7 19 — 23 Saturday 4 5 1 19 12 32 a.m 24 Sunday 4 6 •7 18 1 10 25 Monday ■. 4 8. 7 18 1 56 26 Tuesday ... 4 9 .7 17 2 49
THE STICKING-UP OF THE GYMPIE COACH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
THE STICKING-UP 0J>' THE GYMPIlS COACH. (FEOir THE BRISBANE COUEIER, JAN, 8.) J!'rom Borne of the passengers who arrived in town last evening, we have gathered the follow ing particulars respecting the sticking-up of the Gympie coach .on Wednesday morning. The ooach left Gympie about 6 o'clrckin the morning, with six passengers—five inside and one out. Messrs James Walker, T. Dwyer, Joseph Freeston, W. E. King (of the Bank of New S uth Wales), and W. H. Smith rode ins-ide, and Th- mas King outside, between the driver and the guard. Between 7 and 8, when the coach was about five or six miles from G.vmp'e, Smith saw a marked man riding on the near side of the coach, cover ing the passengerB with a revolver. Almost at the same moment Mr Y7. E. King, the inside passenger, drew a revolver from his belt and fired twice at the bushranger, but without effect. The bushranger returntd the fire, wounding Walker in the wrist, and then ran round to the back of the coaoh, and fired again, the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
THE RIVERINE HERALD! BI-WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Is published every "Wednesday and Saturday, and des patched on tlie same day dv 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, arid should be forwarded during the last month of a quarter, together with the amount duo for all arrears then owing. The BENDIOO ADVERTISER can be obtained daily, on the arrival of the train, at tlie office of the RrvEiiiNE Herald. The WEEKLY ADVERTISER also for sale. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. "■ To afford the utmost facility to business men for obtaining the publioity they require, the following scale of...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. 120 HAU-HAUS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
I THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. 120 HAU-UAUS KILLED. (From the Nelson Examiner Extra, Jan. 8 ) From the various telegrams whicb have been received of late from Napier, it appeared that Colonel Whitmore wa&lt; on the 26th nit., before Ngatipa, Te Kooli's fortified position, with a force of 300 Ngatiporous, 300 Armed Constabulary, and sixty Arawas, all anxious to engage the enemy. The expedition had met four scouts, two of whom were shot down. It is supposed there were about 115 men with Kooti at Ngatipa, and they were reported to be hard up for food, but determined to make a stand, as the position was singularly strong. The Arawas were entrenched within fifty yards of the enemy's position. Fraser and Hetene had taken a work in the rear, with a loss on our side of one Arawa, one Ngatiporou, and Captain Brown, of the armtd constabulary, who were killed. The enemy had made two attempts to escape. The fog on the hill was too thick to see what the enemy suffered after a volley from 250 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
Wool, .SJataoEss, Ag-eiscles, ;«Scc J-^l ALMAHOY 0 AM PBI5LL. &■ CO., Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, 47 Bourke-stkeut West, Melbouetje. i James Mann, representative at Deniliquin.; . G. Forsstii & Co., do. Wa^ga H'ogga . Do do. Dubbo 716 Advances obb Station jProsterties*. THE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of, /.. ^AUSTRALASIA (Limited), . . . v, Having I now a' large amount of capital 'jftfi '' investment are prepared to make u1:i: Liberal Cash-Advances at Reduced "Kate's' • i On ; Squatting'Properties &lt;• : ; .-.In ... Victoria.and New South Wai.es. Bright Brothers &. Co, Managing Ageiits. Solicitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. - : ' ' ■ • - : ">05 ' . '"'jPrefessidnftl. vMR; i-i. n; , powEiit,: f; Solicitor, &c., . : Opposite the Bank of Victoria, • ECHUCA. ... C21 Business Notices. .' H:;;:: ; ALFRED CARPENTER, ^ Bookseller? Stationer,; •• , and ■" I News Agent, BEGS to inform his friends and the public that : ' ■ he has _■ 1BBDSS«>VEE5 ...
MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturday, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
MESSRS BENSON AND CO.'S REPORT. Saturda}', 16tli January. | House Market.—Business has been very active in this branch during the past week. On Saturday there was a large attendance of buyers at our yards, and a full number of entries—comprising for the most part medium, draught, and good serviceable hacks and light harness borees. It was nearly seven o'clock before the auction terminated, by which time nearly every lot had been disposed of at satisfactory prices. We noticed amongst the attendance a good sprinkling of fanners, many of ■whom seem already upon the look out for suitablo stock for ploughing and other farm work. We may quote medium draught horses at from £10 to £27; light harness 'horses from £6 to £12; hacks from £2 to £15. Dairy Cattle —Cows of prime quality have been in request, but inferior quality are dull of sale; quotations from £4 to £G. Pio, Poultry, akd Meat Mahket.—We had a very fair supply of pigs brought forward for sale on Thursday last, including some good...
SANDHURST. Tuesday, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
SANDHURST. (Fkom (Jdk Own Cobkespondent.) Tuesday, January 19, | 437 entile—very little improvement from last week ; 86 calves, 34G9 sheep, 170 lambs. Cattle- 190, Sutherland's (liarham), good and mid dling—bullocks £5 lfis Gd, cows £4 Ids (id; 02, Watson's (Corop), middling and good stores, £4; 102, M'JIillan's (Loddon), small, middling, £4 Is 6d; 48, Catto's (Loddon), good and middling, email—bullocks, £5 8s 6d, cows £4 lis; 3o small lots, at quotations.
GENERAL SUMMARY. 4th December. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
GENERAL SUMMARY. 4th December. The Qiifien is at Windsor, and intends to spend tbe Christmas in the Isle of Wight. The Prince and Princess of Prussia are at; present pajiDg a visit to the Queen, The Princess Alice of Hesse has been de livered of a son. The final result of the election gives the Liberals 382 seats, and the Conservatives 276 seats. Most of the elections were keenly contested. Violence and loss of. life took place at Bristol, Blackburn and Bolton. Owing to the results of the elections, Dis raeli resigned, on the 2nd of December, without waiting to meet Parliament. He issued a circular to the Conservatives. Bank of England rate of discount three per cent. Consols 92f to 92§. The wool sales opened on the 26th No vember. There was a large attendance, and a brisk competition. An advance of a half penny was bid for greasy, and of a penny for washed and scoured. Since the commence ment, the biddings have increased in anima tion, and Port Phillip wool may now be quoted at thr...
ECHUCA GENERAL SESSIONS CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
ECHUCA GENERAL SESSIONS CALENDAR. Ihe rollovring prisoners will be brought up for trial before His Honour Judge Macoboy, on Friday, the 22nd instant:— Jamea Hackford and Thomas Slater—larceny from a dwelling, also for horae-stualing, and for stealing a bridle and saddle. Anthony Alasterton—manslaughter. Julias Shanklank—obtaining money under false pretences. . James Coohran—larceny. Edward Coulston Powell—obtaining goods and money undsr false pretences (two oharges).
COUNTY COURT LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
COUNTY COURT LIST. lue following cases will come on tor hear ing before IIis Honour Judge Macoboy, at one o'clock to-morrow Causes under £20. 2. Nolan v Burgess . . . £12 0 0 3. Chappell and Bell v O'Rourke . 12 10 0 4. Lerga v Burgess • . . 5 16 8 5. Official assignee of Pratt v Allen 1 8 6. Same v. Crowley ... 1 5 7. Saiao v. Phemister . . . 0 12 8. Same v. Reeves. . . 0 13 9. Same v. Ah Cong . . . 0 16 12. Trustees of Homan v Dawson .59 13. Shaekell v. M'Culloch & Co. . 16 0 14. Waltham and Co v. Lahey . 18 7 Ovf.r £20 and Under £50. I. Cooney v. W. Pegraves. . £47 13 Over £50 and not exceeding £100. II. Keen v Glay . . . £82 10 Over £100. 15. O'Eourke v Chappell and Bell £161 2
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
AMERICA. Mr Seward requires the Alabama claims' finally settled by a commission intead of by the King of Prussia. The President's message favours the early return of specie payments, and considers the paper currency should be reduced. He deems foreign relations satisfactory, and thinks the Sandwich Islands voluntarily entered the Union. The Senate refused to receive the President's message, and passed a resolution to recall Reverdy Johnson, the ambassador to the English Court. President Johnson has proclaimed pardon to ex-president Davis and all engaged in the Southern rebellion.
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
TO SUBSCRIBERS. Persons who do not receive the Kiyerine Herald on the da3' of publication, will please give early notice at tlii3 Office. Complaints having been made that some of our papers are not properly addressed, country subscribers will oblige us by forwarding corrected addresses to the publisher.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 20 January 1869
Eiirery siszet JissBit SSaSiSes. iESESiE^O-EI HOTEL. US ?2B JlSL'iS£3_&lt;£3 £S& 5 BY ... .WILLIAM GIBSON. Buggies, Saddle Horses, &lt;&rc.. Always on hand and ready Jor Sire, 162 IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at Echuca on tlio 25th December, 1858; trespass" Id each. 671 sheep, like three-pronged fork off ramp, T on ribs. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on the 20th January, 1SG9. Impounden at Echuca on the 26tli December, 1863 ; trespass Is each. Boan BuiiocU, cock horns, piece out off ear, M H off rump ann ribs. Strawberry steer, cock horns, piece out off ear, C H off rump, 0 or G off ribs. Red and white steer, cook horns, RI off rump . If not claimed and expenses paid," will be sold on the 27th Januu-iy, 1869. GEORGE JAM1ESON, Poundkcepcr. RIVERINE HERALD lllflll OFFICE HIGH-STREET, SI G H ?J C3 J&.0 every HKSCKlrXION OF s Executed with Weaftiaess* iasi4l 25esE»»tcSr. At a slight advance on Melbonrno Prices. Handbills Delivery Book3 ...