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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

A fearful death is reported from Toongah bie"bv Mountod-coiistabio Fowler. About three p.m. on the 15th inst., •.< man named Baker called at the hue of a man named Lovett, with a two-gallon keg of brandy, on his way to Cowwar, and asked hiui and a man named Wright who was there tohavo a drink. The keg was opened, and the three men drank from it till they wero ell drunk. About nine p.m. Lovett fell nsleep, and in the morning when he got up lie found Wright lying dead outside the door of tho hut. The constable having been informed of the occurrence, went and found tho deceased lying upon his back, with his bead resting upon a log, his arms across bis chest, and his knees drawn up' to wards his body. ' Wo marks of violence were on tho body. On tlfe 18th inst. the district coroner held an inquest on the body at the Tocngabbie Hotel, when a verdict was re turned in accordance-with the facts above related. The wretched man had literally drunk himself to death.— Gippsland Guar d...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 21st May. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 21st May, Grass and water aro abundant; 11,000 Blieep (Wolso ley, Gibbs, and Co.) passed Moulamem for Gall Gall •, 20,000 sheep were on the Hay reserve; the fat 6heep from Yanko for Melbourne have returned owing to the fall in that market (M'Kenzie, agent for Towers, Ruther ford, and Co.) The following are tlio crossings at DeniliquinMonday, 2000 sheep (Officer's, Zara) ; Thursday, 1600 fat wethers (Severn's); Friday, 2370 (P. Chamber's, Ryan and Hammond agents); same day, 1800 ewes (J. Dow's—same agents); William Campbell's 2000 wethers, gone back to station; Coree, a lot coming near; Jackson'b store cattle (Ryan and Hammond, agents), near Tirana. Weather threatening rain.

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

THE ADVERTISEMENT. The advertisement can sell millions of yards of shoddy for honest broadcloth ! The adver tisement can import millions of chests of tea direct from China, and sell cheaper than sloo leaves and carpet sweepings! The adver tisement can bring millions of tons of all Wallsend coals from Newcastle to London, and let the Cockneys burn them at no more cost than Welsh, Midland, or Anthracite! The advertisement can supply millions upon millions of miscellaneous articles, from half penny toys and cheap Jacks, to new-built houses and shiploads of invaluable merchan dise, all of the first-rate class, and at an in credible reduction of price ! The advertise ment can not only import millions of bales of the finest Georgian cotton, but change millions of bales of other cotton into Island, and by its sheer strength, aided by its dex terity, pass the whole, in a manufactured state, into alpaca, flax, wool, silk, or other produce, and by its simple process, at the enhanced cost of f...

Publication Title: Riverine Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE OF THE RIVERS. TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

STATE OF THE RIVEKS. Tuesday Evening. Above Summer Level. Wind and'Weather. Wahgunyah .. 1ft Sin Cloudy Echuca .. 2ft Oin Cloudy Swan Hill .. 2ft 4in Fine Euslon . .. 2ft Oin Dull Balrannld .. .. 3ft lOin Fine Hay 2ft 9in Fine

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THE J.H.P. AT WAGGA WAGHA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

THE J.H.P. AT WAGGA WAGHA. The following, which we take from the Wngsn Wagga Express of last Saturday, will doubtless be read with interest by many of our friends in Echuoa:—" Late on Thursday evening the river steamer J.H.P., whioh l:aa reoently been pur chased by Mr James Warby, and had for the past | two days been honrly expected, arrived at tbo Bridge, inoharge of our old friend Captain John son. As no freight for "Wagga Wagga was to be had at Hay, the J. H. P. arrived without cargo, and owing to the low level of the water down stream, was considerably delayed on the upward trip. On Thursday, however, she met the first water of the present fresh, and from thenco forward steamed upwards at an average speed of about seven miles ail hour without difficulty. Early yesterday morning, Mr Warby having completed his arrangements, the work of taking in cargo commenced, and during the whole of the forenoon was aotively proceeded with. By two o'clock twenty-three tons of flour, two tons of...

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Saturday, 22nd May, (Before Mr J. Shackell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Saturday, 22nd May, (Before Mr J. Shackell, J.P.) Joseph Sternberg was charged with having wilfully destroyed property amounting to 4a in value, at Rochester, on last Friday, He was fined £1 Is, with 4s damages, or twenty-four hours' imprisonment in default, Monday, 24th May. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) William Barritt was charged with having been drunk and disorderly, and was fined 5s, or twenty-four hours' imprisonment in default. James Qleeson applied for permission to keep open for one night his licensed house, known as the Town Hbll Hotel. Granted. Tuesday, 2oth May. (Before Mr Langford, P,M."| Michael Noon, an old offender, was brought up, charged with having no lawful visible means of support. He was committed to Sandhurst gaol for four teen days. John Mills was charged with having stolen from Thomas Step! ens, one bank note, value £5, at the Punt Hotel, Moama, on the previous Friday. On the application of the police he was remanded to the 27t,h instant (t...

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MEETING OF SQUATTERS AT DUBBO. (Abridged from, the Dubbo Dispatch.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

MEETING OP SQUATTERS AT DUBBO. (Abridged jrom, the JDuibo Dispatch.) A large and influential meeting of squatters was held at Yeo's Hotel, Dubbo, on Tuesday afternoon last week, for the purpose of taking into consideration the present depressed state of the pastoral interest in this colony, and of suggesting1 a remedy. Mr J. Penzer, J.P, was voted to the chair, and among those present were Messrs J. Aarons, J P, D. M'Killop, J.P, W. W. Brocklehurst, J.P, J. G. Ryrie, J.P, Dr Tibbits, J.P, J. and W. Irvine, James Samuels, jun, J. Hean, D. M'Vicar, J. S. Brown, W. L. Murphy, R. G. Goodisson, J. S. Clements, E. Tarrant, — Thompson, &c. Mr J. C. Ryrie moved the first resolution —"That in consequence of the long con tinued drought, and the serious losses which the squatters have sustained thereby; and the continued depression of all kinds of pastoral produce, this meeting is of opinion that a petition should be presented to Parliament, praying for an amendment of the land laws." ...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

SHIPPING. On Thursday last a rise of nine feet was reported in the Murrumbidgee at Wagga Wagga, which will enable the steamers Pearl and lliverina to reach their respective ports—Hay and Wagga Wagga. The J.H.P. has arrived at Narrandera, and delivered her cargo all right, and was to tako in tallow at Groongal for this port. The Kelpie is on her way back, the river Murray being too low to admit of her reaching the junction of the Murrumbidgee. The Murrumbidgee is now navig able, but the steamers cannot reach it in consequence of the low state of the Murray. The Victoria is still lying at Gonn, waiting a rise in the Murray.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

Wool, Stations, AjyemcBes, Ac -QALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. Sheep aad Cattle Salesmen, 47 Bourke-steeet 'West, Mr.tiiOU.ine, James Hank, representative at Deniliquin. G. Foustth & Co., do. "VVagga Wagga Do do. Dubbo . . ■ ■ 308 A<lvaiB«es ©ju StiatloBE ■ff'E'ojsertieB, THE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Having now a large amount of oapital foi investment are prepared to mako Liberal Casii Advances at Reduced Kates On Squatting PnomiTiEs In Victoiiia and New South Wales, Bhigiit Brotitkks & Co, Managing Agents. Solicitors—Parton and liollins, Melbourne. 292 BaasSEaess STotices. 0 H N F E R G U S O N, Ssi«S«lBer. &C5. High-ktkeet, Eciiuca. 128 LONDON HAT MART, CENTliE BLOCK, PALL MALL, s-a a u bb s rs, 260 **» Watchmakers and Goldsmiths ■ TO H.R.H* tlie Duke of Edinburgh. j OSEPH AND COMPANY'S Silver Horizontal Watch, . ■ £2 28. ■ • ■; " O S E P.H AND CO MP AN Y-''!! Silver Hunting Watch, , ... ,;£3 3b. . ■ 0 S E P H A N D-"C O...

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SANDHURST. Tuesday, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

SANDHURST. (Faom ouu own Corbesfondent.) Tuesday, ilav 25. 341 cattlo—highest price 32b 6d per hundred, general and medium beef 22s C<1 to 30s; calvcs, none; 5000 sheep—supply rather larger, trade brisk, about 1500 unsold. Cattle—191, Williamson's (Yanga), middling and indifferent—bullocks £6 18s, cows £5 6s 6d; 5!>, Grassie'a (Poon Boon), good and middling—bullocks £0 Is, cows £7 7s.

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STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

'"STOCK REPORTS, &c. ECHUCA AND MOAMA. The following mobs of stock havo crossed since our last issue:— May 24—1900 fat wethers, from Kara station; 1600 fat wethers, Severn Brothers. May 25—2069 fat wethers, from Coree station. The weather has looked very unsettled during tho last few days, though a few showers on!y_ havo fallen. On Tuesday morning there was a very thick fog, and heavy dews lay on the ground.

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THE MURDER OF MR HALLIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

| THE MURDER OF MR HALLIGAN. The particulars of the diabolical murder of Mr P. Halligan, at Rookhampton, have appeared from time to time ia our telegraphic intelligence. The following from the Northern Araua, relative to the disoovery of the body, slightly amplifies what has already been published:—" At about three o'clock on the 7th May, Humphies was seen coming down the river in his boat, accompanied by two men, and as he neared the bank it was ascertained that he had found the body of Halli gan. In a few minutes the banks of the Fitzroy were crowded with people, and the excitement was intense when it was discovered that a dead body was lying by the side of the boat; still there was no certainty that It was the body of Halligan. In a few minutes the Mayor and Dr Salmond were on the spot, and orders were given to remove the oarpse as quickly as possible to the dead-honse. A dray waB prooured, a board wbb thrust under the body, and with every decenoy and care it was lifted out of th...

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PRESERVING MEAT BY MEANS OF CHILLED AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

PRESERVING MEAT BY MEANS OF CHILLED AIR. The following letter has recently been addressed to the editor of the Australasian;— Sir,—As you have devoted a leading article to the process for preserving meat by chilled air, a favour that you have not granted to any Vietiorian invention for acoomplishing the same end by similar moans, you will, perhaps, give the following remarks insertion in your journal. A stranger reading the article to which I allude would certainly infer that the plan of preserving meat, without freezing it, by chil led air was new to Victoria. He would, most assuredly, never imagine that almost within the last month it had been done here, and that, too, by the originator of the idea. It is true that the manner in which the cold air is obtained by my plan differs greatly from the process described in your article, yet, dis regarding this particular, the methods of ap plying it are identical. This being the case, it does, I must confess, strike me as singular that yo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RECHABITES' ANNIVERSARY SOIREE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

THE RECHABITES' ANNIVERSARY SOIREE. As tea meetings have long been recognised as eminently popular institutions by the Wes leyan body, and as the occasion was one upon which "tea" was in a manner played off against other seductive beverages, it is scarcely necessary to state that the first anni versary meeting of the Independent Order of Rechabites, held in the Wesleyan Church on Monday night, was in every sense of the word a very great success. Perhaps the moat remarkable feature in the affair was the very large number of adults that were present. In such gatherings children not unfrequently play " leading business," but on Monday night adults of both sexes and of every age pressed forward and filled the church almost to reple tion. The tables were unusually well stored with nice refreshments (supplied by Mr. Chambers), and were presided over by Mes dames Eesley, Eldridge, Grist, and Bartlett, while several other ladies assisted. Towards seven o'clock the tables were cleared, and s...

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CRICKET. MARRIED v. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

CRICKET. Married v. Single. On Monday (the Queen's birthday) the winding-up match was played on the ground near the railway—sides being' chosen from the benedicts and bachelors of the Echuca Cricket Club. The latter proved themselves rather too good for their more staid opponents, and made a splendid stand in their first innings. Mr Archer captained the married, and the Rev MrFitchett the single, and, winning the toss, tho latter elected to take the wickets, which was done to good purpose, 141 being scored before the last man was disposed of. Of this number Mr Weaver made the fine score of 38, Mr M'Nab following with 28.—The mar ried men also succeeded in making a good score, viz. 100, of which Mr Clifton con tributed 25, Ford 18, and Luxford 17. The Single again took the wickets, but as time was called before the game was concluded, it was decided in favour of the Single on tho first innings. The following is the score:— Single. Weaver, lbw, b Arohpr 88 Cameron, o and b O'Dwyer 6 M...

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THE LATE REV. MR. HILL'S ORPHANS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

THE LATE REV. MR. HILL'S ORPHANS. A movement having been originated in Melbourne with the object of raising a fund for the Bupport and education of the children of the late Rev. Mr Hill, the Wesleyan connection of Sandhurst felt it their duty (says the Bendigo Ad vertiser of last Mondaj) to second such efforts, seeing that the deceased gentleman had been so lately labouring in this district as superintendent of the Sandhurst Circuit, in which capacity he had earned the esteem and respect of not only thoBe to whom he minis tered from time to time, but also of all with whom he came into contact. On Saturday evening a meeting, convened by circular, was held in the vestry of the Wesleyan Chapel, Forest-street, when some twenty gentlemen were present, and a series of resolutions set ting forth the desirability of supplementing the fimd raised in Melbourne for the orphans of Mr Hill were duly carried, as well as tha appointing the places at which subscription lists should bo left. The Rev...

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BALLARAT WEST ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

I BALLARAT WEST ELECTION. Some four thousand persons assembled be fore the Town Hall of Ballarat on Monday to hear Mr Baker, the deputy returning officer, officially declare the result of the poll. Having heard it, they composed themselves to hear something from their new member, Mr James, and his unsuccessful competitors, Messrs Gillies and Eddy. Mr James said he was proud to acknow ledge the position in which the contest had placed him. He stood before the constituency to recognise the greatest honour that could be conferred upon him, not as an individual, but as the representative of a cause. In no posi tion that he had been called upon to occupy had he done so without receiving a first offer, and having done his duty in the past he would offer that as a warranty for the future. He would be faithful to the trust reposed in him. He was pleased at the mode in which the election had been conducted, but would con fess that the candidature of Mr Eddy had caused serious apprehensions o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

THE RIVERINE HERALD I BI-WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, j Ib published every Wednesday and Saturday, and des patched on the same day by the Victorian and New South Wales Mails. 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 lBtJuly and 1st Octobcr of this year. Subscribers commencing after the beginning of a quarter will be charged proportionately to tho termination of the current three months. Orders to discontinue cannot be received after 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 Bcalo of charges for advertising in the Riverine Herald has been adopted. £ s. d. For one inch for one insertion... 0 6 0 One inch for two insertions 0 8 6 One inch fo...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. MAY—JUNE. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.. May—juke. phases of the hook, Last quarter . Monday, 3rd, 11.20 p.m. New moon .."Wednesday, 12th, 1.47 a.m. First quarter.. "Wednesday, 19th, 7.10 a.m. Fall moon ..Wednesday, 26th, 1.3 a.m. Apogee .. 6th, 4 p.m. Perigee .. 22nd, 8 a.m. at EcmrcA. Days of the Sun. Date Week. Moon. Rises. Sets. h. jr. H. IT. n. jr. 2B Wednesday.. 7 3 6 50 R. 5 37p.m. 27 Thursday .. 7 4 6 50 6 26 28 Friday 7 5 6 49 7 18 29 Saturday ... 7 5 6 49 8 12 30 Sunday 7 6 6 48 9 7 31 Monday 7 7 6 48 10 4 1 Tuesday 7 7 4 47 R. 11 Oa.m.

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ECHUCA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 26 May 1869

RniTTTfiA TUSTRTOT ROAD TCOARD. A meeting of the Echuca District Road Board was held yesterday, at the office of the Board, Iligh-street, Echuca. Present:— Messrs U. J. Glass (chairman), Manifold, Higgins, and Nash. The minutes of tho provious meeting were rend and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read From theDepartment of Roads and Bridges, suggesting the advisableness of the Board directing that all road metal and other road making materials for maintenance be deposited on the side of the roads, and perfectly clear of the carriago ways, so as to prevent accidents. Received. From the Registrar-General, enclosing a statistical return of the agricultural products of the colony for 1869. The return was ordered to lay upon the table. From Messrs Evans Brothers, informing the Board that they were preparing a copious index to the Shires Statute now before Parlia ment, together with annotations and all the most important decisions arising out of the Local Government Act during the...

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