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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. HORRIBLE MURDER OF A MAORI WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. HORRIBLE MURDEK OF A MAORI WOMAN. CFrom;the Auckland Weekly Nctcs.J We have received from a gentleman well in formed in native matters, and who has reoently visited the East Coast, some important information respecting the native meeting at Ohineroa, and the doings of tho leading Hau-han desperadoes. Our informant has received his information frcm the very best native sources. The native meeting at Ohineroa was attended by the Hau haua in very large numbers, the Hau-han felon Kereopa being amongst the num ber. The meeting also included a number of so-called friendly natives. Over 600 gallons of rum, which had been purchased in the Waikato, were drunk. A great deal of npeecliifying took place, as is inevitable where so much mm and Maori loquacity and impudence are found in combination. Amongst others, the notorious Kereopa, who, like some bad spirit, seems to be ever present in the midst of evil, made a spepch, in the course of which heboastedtliathadTeKootico...

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ECHUCA POLICE COURT. Monday, 31st May. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

ECHUCA POLICE COURT, Monday, 31st May. (Beforo Mr Lnn^fnrd, iJ.M.) James A. Ploy was brought up by tlio police, charged with having no lawful visiblo means of support. Constables O'Neill and Couch proved that the prisoner had been prowling about the town for some time past, and had been doing nothing with a view of earning an honest livelihood. He was sentenced to fourteen days' hard labour in Sandhurst gaol. Tuesday, 1st June. (Before Mr Langford, P.M.) Sarah Cochrane was once more brought up, charged with having used abusive language, this time towards Kosina Murray, one of her neighbours. Mr Taylor appeared for the defendant. The evidence of several witnesses went to show that at about eight o'clock on last Wednesday evening, the defendant used a variety of disgustingly abusive and threaten ing expressions towards the complainant, and none of them heard any provocation being given. Mr Taylor submitted that if any offenca had been committed by his client it was not upon a public p...

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CROWN LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

CROWN LAND SALE. Under oonduot of Mr Langford, Land Offioer for the distriot, Messrs James Shaokell and Co. sold by auction, in the Police Court, yesterday morning, a large number of town, suburban, and oountry lots of Crown Lands. Out of the 32 lots that were submitted, 26 were knooke.d down for a total of £3,789 3s 9d, one was withdrawn, and for the remaining five no offer was made. The attendance was tolerably numerous, and some of the lois were keenly competed for. Messrs Chappell and Bell purchased 3444 acres of their run—the llest Down West—at the upset price of 203 per acre. The following are the lots which were sold:— Town Lots.—In the township of Eohuca. Upset prioe £50 per acre. Lot 1. Allotment 6, Bection 13, lr 24p. Phillip Nolan, £41. Lot 2. Allotment 13, seotion 33, lr. James Gleeson, £15 10a. Lot 3. Allotment 1, seotion 4G, lr. Elizabeth M. Coghill, £12 10s. Lot 6. Allotment3, seotion 4G, lr; John Balfonr, £12 10s. Subueijan Lots.—On the River Murray. Upset prioe £3 p...

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WOOL-WASHING—HOT WATER v. COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

WOOL-WASHIiS 6—HOT WATER v. COLD. The following letter has recently been addressed to the editor of tho Hamilton Spectator:— Sir,—As reports respecting the clip of 1868 are beginning to arrive from England, a few remarks on wool-washing may not be ill-timed. I would not venture on them if I had "not had long experience as manufacturer and wool-buyer at home, as well as in the capacity of wool-classer in Victoria. What chiefly induces me to address you is the antipathy which I have all along entertained towards hot-water washing. People who have had very little to do with wool in variably attach an exaggerated importance to tho colour of it; but if, to attain whiteness, you render the wool lifeless, and deprived cf its silky handle, the buyer is dissatisfied, and tho settler loses enormously by the decreased weight. I do not mean to advocate bad washing; far from it. Better send wool home in the grease than half washed. But there is no necessity to run from one extreme to another. Yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at Echuca on tlic 1st May; trespass 6d-— White bullock, cock liorns, top off near ear, brush off tail, like HB or Wli off ruinp, illegible iiko Q off bocli. If not claimed and expenses paid, will bo sold, on 2nd June, 1869. Impounded at Echuca on the Gth 'May. Tres pass, 6d. ' Bay horse, long tail, D near neck. / Bay mare, long tail, star, TY near shoulder, W off shoulder. ' Dark bay pony mare, switch tail, star, bliud off eye, JS near shoulder. \ If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold on 9th Juno, Impounded at Echuca on the 10th May; tres Sass, Gd:— lay mare, long tail, saddle marked, near hind coronet ■white, w over RIC over likc.j I-L near shoulder, like J-I-L near chcck. If not claimed and expenses paid, to bo sold on 9th June. GEORGE JAMIESON, Poundkcepcr. Mo«eIs, &C. TOOLEYBUC HOTEL, Lower Murrajr. C. CLOTHIER BEGS to inform parties travelling with stock and the public generally that he has opened tho abovo Hotel with Shades, whero Cool] ...

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MESSRS L. MACPHERSON AND CO[?]S REPORT. Saturday, 29th May. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

MESSRS L. MACPHERSON AND CO/S REPORT. I SfiT-nrr?nv OQtV> Maw I ~ Home" Maumt.—Unbroken " Stock—Wc yarded twenty-five head of colts from the Lnehl.-m (William Tyson, Esq.'a); ten head wero sold nt prices ranging from £5 to £9 10s; the reserves on the others being too high, thoy were withdrawn. Tho mob were worth on tho average about five guineas per head. Broken-in Stock—This market remains without alteration, transac tions are limited, and it is exceedingly difficult to place high-priced horses; the prinoipal sales aro-confined to low-priced hacks and light harness horEcs. Very little ^ fresh 6took is coming forward, and the lots principally offering are stale in the market. Dairy Cattle.—Good cowa in fair demand ; sales, from £5"toj£? per head. . . i: ; Pio Market.—On Thursday we penned 1GG head. Our attendance was large, and prices good, say sixpence and a shade oyer for prime porkers, and nearly iivepenco for bacon liogBy stores wero in fair demand. Carcass Market.—A good sup...

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The Riberine Herald. ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 2, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

ECHUCA, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 2, 18G9. The Repression of Crime is a question that has lately engaged much serious attention in the old country, and as the matter is one in which we are all of us more or less dearly concerned, we think that a few words on Lord Kimberley's Dew bill may not be altogether out of place—more especially when we con sider that after having received very general support the measure has been read a second time. So comprehensive is the scope of this bill, we find it desirable to take little more than a cursory glance at what we conceive to be its most important provisions; and before proceeding to give even these, we must briefly point out the necessity that exists for the changes which they are to effect. During many years past it has been the fashion to sneer at the ticket-of-leave system, and at all those who had anything whatever to do with its initiation ; but those whose satire was most cutting, and whose fancy was most excellent, wore probably those who were ...

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MAIL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

MAIL TIME TABLE. Mails due from Melbourne and 'Sandhurst, daily (Sun days excepted) at 1.30 p.m. and 10.35 p.m.; delivered at 2 p.m. and 9 a.m. Ditto, Down Travelling Post Office, and Goornong, daily (Sundays excepted), at 10.35 p.m; delivered at 9a.m. Ditto, Up Travelling Post Oilioe, Itunnymcde and Rochester, daily (Sundays excepted), at 1.30 p.m; de livered at 2 p.m. Ditto Moama and Deniliquin, daily (Suudays excepted), at 3.45 p.tn.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. Ditto, Ilay, Mondays, Thursdays, aud Saturdays, at 3.45 p.tn.; delivered at 4.30 p.m. Ditto, IJlupna West, Kaarimba, Kotupna, and Lower Moira, Thursdays, at 3 p.m; delivered at 3.30 p.m. Mails closo for Melbourne and Sandhurst, daily (Sum days excepted), at 7.30 a m. and 4 p.m. Ditto, Travelling Post Office, liuunymede, aud Ro 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. Ditto, Moama and Deniliquin, daily (Sundays excepted), at...

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DENILIQUIN. Pastoral Times Office, 28th May. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

DENILIQUIN; , v Pastoral Times Office," 28th May. -v'The'following sheep crosaed since our last:—Monday —Monday, 3500, D'Archy'B (Dalmahoy Campbell and -Co.) r.Tuesday—2700, Barber and Moore's (Dougharty); 2400, Darlott'a (Ualmahoy Campbell and Co.); 2420 (Lang's); 2500, Peter's (Dougharty) ; 2500, Patterson's (Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Co^ Thursday—2000. (Hebdeii's), Broogong) (Ryau and Hammond). There - are—4000 (Beveridge's) holding back (Powers, Ruther ford and Co.); 2700, Nap Nap (Ettersliank, Eaglestone and Co.); 2500, Simeon's, reported as starting. At r Deniliquiri there are considerable demands for firat-clasa store oattle and large-framed wethers, prime storo stock , being very scarce indeed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

THE RIVERINE HERALD ,:;-i 1)1-WEEKLY NEW Sl'ArEli, Ib published every Wednesday tind Saturday, and des patched on the same day by the "Victorian and New South WaleB Mailp. Subscription, Ten shillings and sixpence per Quarter, : " payable in advance; or twelve shillings if credited, ■with postage added to country subBcrihers. The quarters commence on let July and 1st Octobcr : ■ ! of this year. Subscribers commencing after the beginning of a ! quarter will be charged proportionately to the r 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 quartor, 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 charges for advertising in tho Rivf.iune Heraxd has been adopted. >• ■ - i " " & S., d. For one inch for, one ins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

Joshua Billings Bays amongst other good things—"Don't swop with your re la shuns, unless yu kin afford to gi?e tliem the big end of the trade. Marry young, and if circumstances require it, often. Ef yu can't git good clothes and edication too, got the clothes. Say 'how are yu' to everybody. Kultivate modesty, but mind and keep a good stock of impudence oa hand. Bee charitable—three cent, pieces were made on purpose. It costs more to boary than it does to buy. If a man flatters yu, yu can kalky late he is a roge, or you are a fule. Bee more anrus about the pedigree yur going to leva than yu are about the wun sumbody's going So leave yu. Sin is like weeds—self-sone and sure to cum. Two lovers, like two armies, generally git along quietly until they are engaged." "What brought you to prison, my coloured friend?" "Two constables, sah." "Yes, bat I mean, had intemperance anything- to do with it 1" " Yes sah, dey was bofe of 'em drunk." To-morrow is the day on whicli idle men work and foo...

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ADELAIDE. MESSRS DEAN, LAUGHTON AND CO.'S REPORT. Thursday, 20th May. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

ADELAIDE. MESSRS DEAN, LAUGH TON AND CO.'S RtePORT. Thursdav. 20th Ma v. Fat Cattle—Supplies during the past fortnight have barely met the demand, and Bales have been 1 brisk; acd prices fully maintained ; the latest sales showing an improvement for all classes. Quotations—Prime bullocks, from £11 to £16; inferior to good bullocks, from £G to £10; prime cows, from £8 to £12 10s; inferior to good cows, from £5 to £7. Fat Sheep—The market has heen fully supplied, chic-fiy with in ferior sheep, which have been dull of sale; but one or two flocks of superior quality wero readily taken off at good prices, and for fair quality sales ~ continue brisk. We havo sold 3,150. Quotations Best wetherB, 12s to 15s; second do., 9s to 10s ; inferior do , 6s to 8s. Fat Lambs have only ' arrived in very email numbers. Fat Calves are soarce, and in good demand. Store Cattle—Very few offering. Store Sheep—Numerous enquiries ore made, especially for wethers, of which there are not many in the market, and...

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CORONER'S INQUEST AT COROP. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

CORONER'S INQUEST AT COROP. On Saturday last Dr Crossen, District Coroner, held an inquiry at Corop, near the border of the parish of Carig-Carig, touching the death of Bridget Murphy, who died there on the previous Thursday without basing received medical attendance. The following evidence was taken:— Mary Murphy deposed that she was mother of deceased, who was about twenty-six years of age; Previous to her death deceased suffered during a long time from pain in the stomach, but up to the previous Friday week she had been nbln to do the ordinary work of the house. On that day (the 21st May), after having milked the cows, she complained of more pain in the stomach, and this pain in creased up to the time of her death, which took place on Thursday, the 28th May. Prior to her death she had been confined to bed during six days. Besides the pain in her stomach, she suffered from vomiting, These were the only things of which she complained. She did not receive any medical treatment, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

Money MOI8EX. TO LEND, in samB of £20 and up wOUv wards, Reasonable interest. H. P. Taylor, solicitor. 248 lo be Sold or Jjee. rJT« let, A DESIRABLE BRICK SHOP, in the best part of High street, lately oconpied by Messrs Ford. Apply to Mr Noble. 258 \ THREE-ROOMED COTTAGE to LET, OL Radcliffe street, adjoiniDg Dr Croasen's. Apply to F. Payne. 259 To lietf. THE Large Briok Store at Moama, known as "Watt's Bond. Apply to Henry Leonard, Moama. 753 TO LET, Two Commodious Shops in the best part of High street, Echuca, lately in the occupation of Mr David Dewar and Mr Andrew Mayne. Apply to James Mace,.Eehuoa. 289 j TTo ILef, HE TOWN HALL and LIMERICK CASTLE HOTELS. - - For particulars apply to James Gleeson, or Messrs James Shackell and Co. 309 T For Sale FOR SALE, Three splendid, well-bred, and very quiet Milking Cows (Kinnear's)also, Two splendid Waggon Horses. Apply to A. Brooks, Talalia; Mr H. S. Hulkes, Moami; or to Mr Fred. Payne, Eclmca. 67 Ctorcriiiiicnt AjJvertiscraeiils V. R* Vi...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

STATE OF THE IUVERS. 1 UESDA.Y B. VEXING. _— Above Summer Level. Wind and Weather. Wahgunynh .. 4ft Oin Fine • Echuca .. 3ft 7in Fine Swan Hill .i • .. 2ft 3in Fine Euston .. ., 3ft Oin Dull linlrnnald .. 7ft llin Showery Hay, 7ft Sin Raining Wagga Wagga 6ft Gin Raining heavily The river ii falling at Hay. A calculation in the Age shews that tho three years rent of two shillings per annum, and the ten subsoqnent instalments of two shillings per annum to be paid for land under the new Act give to the stato for it what would be pqunl tn ninpfptn and nine pence per acre. But as money is worth only 6 per c°nt to Hip Gov< rrmnrt while it is worth 8 per cent fo the selector, t,fio cup! of flip land to the Utter could riot l'e wis to l>e more than seventeen h!:il!ingr. per acre. 1

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THE EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. (To the Editor of the Riverine Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

THE EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. I (To the Editor of the Riverine HcraliL ) I Sir,—Referring to the subject of a letter which I enclose you from His Worship the Mayor of Melbourne, permit me to ssk what our Early Closing Association have been doing lately, with the exception of posting the request " never shop after sev?n p.m. ?" Surely, something more could be done to give the movement a substantial footing in the town, and I would suggest that n night school should be opened, where youths engiiged in business could receive education suitable for their entering on the struggles of life. I venture to say that three months schooling at night to a lad in business, will do him mora good than twelve months of the ordinary day school, for ho goes to learn something that he has found himself to be deficient in. Then there might be short lectures given once a week in the school-room by some of our prominent townsmen, which could be made both instructive and entertaining; and as there is no nece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

Venders ''MENDERS wanted for Brickwork—labor only. JL Apply Mr Weaver, Hopwood street, where 1 planB and specification can be seen till Thursday, twelve o'clock. 58 Tenders TENDERS wanted for the erection of Stable aod Coach-house at the Caledonian Ho'el, i Plans and specifications can be seen at the Hotel. • Tenders to be sent in on or before Thursday, 10th instant" F 359 Geo, Melville.

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. JUNE. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

" calendar for this week.. '■>, ' J USE. ft PHASES OF THE MOON. Xast quarter .. "Wednesday, 2nd, 5.1 p«m. / New tnoonN ..Thursday, 10th, 1.32 a.m. First quarter .. Thursday, 17th, 11.55 n.m. Fall moon ..ThnrBdav, 24th, ll.19a.ro. Apogee' .. 3rd, 10 a.m. Perigee ... 16tb, 8 p.m. « . at echuoa. Days of the Sun. Date Week. ]\{oon. • Rises. Sets. TT. M. H.'lft R. n. jr. 2 Wednesday.. 7 8 4, 47 11 57 a.m. 3 Thursday - 7 9 .4 47 - — 4 Friday . 7 9 4 47 12 53 a.m. 5 Saturday .7 10 .4 47 1 49 6 Sunday- .. 7 10 4 46 2 46 7 Monday 7 11 4 46 3 43 8 Tuesday 7 11 4 46 4 45

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

SHIPPING-. "We may now consider the river navigation opened, as tlic Murray, Murruinbidgee, and Darling are rising fast/ and we may shortly expect some arrivals. The Pearl, with a large cargo of tallow and wool, left Groongal on the '25th May. The J. H. P. left Hay "on the 30th May, with a cargo of tallow for tliia port. The Kiverina arrived at Wagga Wagga on Sunday last, and sailed for Hay with a large cargo of flour on the 1st of June. On her arrival at the latter placo she will load wool, &c., for this port. We expect hourly to hoar that the Bteamcrs Corowa and Jane Eliza have sailed from Wahgunyah with large cargocs of produco, flour, &c., for this port. If the present rains continue, the want of the long promised shod accommodation on the wharf will be severely felt, and will considerably retard the progress of loading and unloading the steamers, besides occasion ing heavy loss to shippers and consignees of goods, The ten-ton crane still remains to be erected, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverine Herald — 2 June 1869

Wool,: Stations, Ag-cncles, Ac QALMAHOY CAMPBELL & CO. SHeep and Cattle Salesmen, ■ ' 47 Boueke-sireet West, Melbourne. Jakes Mann, representative at Deniliqnin. :G. Forstth & Co.,, do. • "Wagga Wagga ... Do ' do. Dubbo 308 Advances on Station JS.Bi'oi»ei'Sies. THE TRUST and AGENCY COMPANY of . : AUSTRALASIA (Limited), Haying, now a large amount of oapital foi investment are prepared to make Liberal Cash : Advances at Reduced Kates _ On ""SCWATTIKG PE0PERTIE3 In , ;Victoria and New Sooth Wales, Bright Brothuks & Co, Managing Agents. Solioitors—Parton and Hellins, Melbourne. 292 Business Notices. OHN FERGUSON, Sadillcr. &c. Hiair-sTiiEET, EcirtrcA. 128 •Jj-QNDON HAT MART, :: CENT21E block, . PALL MALL, 8. A. Tfi. © IS W 18 ST. 259 JOSEPH & CO., Watclimakcrs aM €oMsmit!is TO ILRJi* the Duke of Edinburgh. JOSEPH AND COMPANY'S Silver Horizontal "Watch; - ■ ' £2 2s. ■j 0 S E P H AND COMPANY'S Silver Hunting Watoh, £3 3a. J O S E P II AND COMPANY'S ...

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