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Echuca Riverine Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1880, Echuca, Victoria National Library of Australia direct telegrams Erom Europe. _ by submarine Cable australian press a enact frite South african troubles. London december 23 the insurrection i the Transvaal has assumed a very serious aspect. Colonial troops have been despatched against the insurgents and a Battle has taken place at Middleburg when the Boers greatly out numbered the colonial troops but were Defeated with great loss s00 being lulled and 10 taken prisoner. A contraband vessel London december the american vessel Juno which arrived Atli Ineck Clui ing the course of last Veek has Hoefen seized bar the authorities discovery having been made that her cargo consisted of arms intended for the insurgents in Ireland. She was lying in the River Shannon and was boarded by the police and the whole of her cargo was seized. Great excitement has been caused by the Ete Tii. Gubis Mas 6-y 1 ilk Murray. A Knock on the door at Early morn. 1 Rise hurriedly to answer " who s thai ? " Don t Yon know replies a cheery voice father Christmas did t you respect him vell � falter " i confess i hardly did a3 i Ope he a Iii be nol the wind blast sweeps through the Robin cd Iii in come in 1 cry let me c lose the door there though you do bring such a heavenly weather with you Here s Ray hand. God bless you however l i forgive you this time As you Dou t take any thing but Tea Hereupon 1 ring the Bell for soda water ice and Brigid i when he has quenched his thirst j and wiped the perspiration from in5 Noble Foi ii adj he Sas " come let us have a walk Down by the Over Side. My buggy is at the stables am. I must soon be off r i be lots of farms Ann stations to Call at besides which i want to look in of two or. Three unbelievers who Abii Btry existence. How beautifully Cali Aud peaceful everything seems Here Toiv different to the hum of the Large cities i am used to. I by Lear Friend Euvy Yob. Hilloah what s thai a , he it s a is Maniet i and the people on Boa ii. Sre a Yon h a Ihetu Home Siveret Homo listen i. Res up the Mill 8 Ruik Aud had a a r0 of stand up via " y swear the Cook did t put halt Vii a in at Ere pudding and unless give them some More grow to. Y la not do stroke of work till a year s by. F Ryt yes Good Grain us it s four 5 ,1 lust have Tieu sleep. Where s to ii8,Mas la h Al leurl6nfl3 an be bursts out her a re Ain t no father Christmas Luj. Never heard on him. Boss i Don t look a 1 ii a Ltd think you re tight. Ler Dri Here s two poor devils of travel a Iii. Yvo and they be been waiting for u bit Ruil is in 8 11 Len to p0ille people Boss. / Rte s i r they f tiie dear Friend was right. In it rtt lers 111 Wii Ritj nine wore of it we ourselves byte or Kart "0111 yes is be is your of 6 both u pehu"f"1 Wal l too often can koudwil1 ,/"11 Matle or messages or Las a v f Elitle Pace upon this Ehritt neut , a Broad the land Content anal Lici Herb a list la spectres of Havu a i ill Ine War and death Sli Aii . A at a Lei act. a 6"r a Himeji and while the 1"" a in a 111 thu Sun Hine gather ice drink to deck your bom s of he i a f"bll.r1y, be father . It i,0r" a a Wertli Tait. Meier ones both heal us Jug Hout the world. Marriages with frenchmen we mentioned recently in the Herald that if an australian Young lady married a Frenchman,2-ther before the registrar or according to the rites r f any Church or religions denomination shews not legally married to him should he go France or Uny French Colony and choose to repudiate her a his wife there. It certainly seem extraordinary that i woman should be wife and her children legitimate in Victoria ii m it Tress and her children bastards directly Sli reaches new Caledonia or Tahiti. Yet nevertheless so it is. The French Law does not recognize any marriages contracted by French citizen in foreign countries,.unless All the formalities required by the French marriage Law have been Ful filled and the French courts will not Only refuse to recognise a marriage which perfectly valid n the country in which it wa3 solemnized by will go further and actually annul it. As tin lawyers say we will state a Case on the 7il tune is 1, it Young English lady Gertrude Bel grave was married Atter due publication of Banin to Jules Alfred Desaint French teacher age 12, at the Parish Church fit Matthias Easte our m id diesel Wetig Malul m. A Sainte a father Only became acquainted with his son s marriage about Width january. 1s70.and telegraphed on the loft that he would Conn Ove front Paris. He did so acknowledged his son his wife and their children and remained at Torii h ise expressing a wish that his son might naturalised in England and thus avoid having t lie drawn for in the conscription. The so Alfred Desaint then went to Paris to be his Mother and Sisters returned in a few Days to London Onn Gil a arranging for them Ai to live in Paris together in his House. And be would return in a Day or received two telegrams from him naming Dif Ferent Days for his return. Elixious. When the Dav passed without his appearing a 1 the More As b had Leftow with Only shillings and six Pei fearing that Hanigar 1 2 ill she borrowed Mone and started for Paris with her two Chi Dren expecting to a warmly welcomed at her father in Law to House. She was first told that her Husban was in England and then less ceremoniously Shashe was not his wife. Wearied and exhausted her Long and anxious journey she asked the meaning of the strange words whereupon be father in Law immediately sent for a con Tissaire d police to rent out Sisr and her children from i House. _ they ters taken without further explanation to the Bureau de police. Here m i Sainte of Lowed and formally stated his intention of annulling tha marriage. Hire was As hearties a Case of repudiation As it was possible to imagine it was first brought under notice in the London newspapers by Ada m. Leigh lady president of the Mission Homes in Paris who states that tin marriage Hod been annulled by the civil tiihuna1of the Seine and that poo Madame Desaint he Bee left without Rede and thrown on tin Charity of strangers the lady president add cases Jia a come to her know due wherefore it practice of your frenchmen marrying women in King and deserting the m. N going to France is by no n eans in comm enormities of this kind there i in reality in redress. The French Law is unyielding on the subject and it is not t All Likely to be changed. How then it May be asked is an englishwoman who desires to marry a Frenchman to make a marriage which will hold Good in French territory by going before the nearest French Consul and hav ing the civil marriage cer Twohy according to the prescriptions of the French civil code performer before him in France this ceremony is always performed before the hair of the commune or District in which one or both the parties reside an abroad French consuls Are authorised to act in r. Similar capacity. Of curse after being Civi h married before the Freish Consul a religious marriage can lie gone through according to the Creed and wishes of the contracting parties and this will make the contract thoroughly binding a there is no court in the Wor d that can annul or set it aside. In i Othair or. Disraeli prefixed a latin motto to the direct that it was Good for vomit men to know these we think that it it. Good for Young women to know there things. Late Tiki s. J he last Tram from Mel Bourne last ngh was to hour late in Arrivin caused by the Cruse of i cur zionists. It do in Sandhurst till 9 15. Nip id of . Six special trains were Desda eclied Irum Melbourne Aher 3.35 . Train left Christ Chi sch divine service will be held in Christ Church this morning at 11 cd Ami in a has to be gone through before each meal and it be Massif the poor lad Coull not eat without smoking. He will be forwarded to Sydney. According to the Ballarat St Rumor Lias been Busy of Latu with the name of a minister of the to spoil against whom a painful accusation is alleged to have Ben made by some Young ladies to the authorities of the denomination to which he belongs. Wanted anl1u a wet srnr.=o for an infant 12 Days old. Apply mra. Dogs Len White Ley s sawmills. 80 anted a Good Shepherd with dog. Apply at once to Joseph Watson Pannozo bin win. 1809 anti. L two competent Kullock Drivers. Apply at once to John Watson Pannozo Bauwin 1757 wanted brass and str Fig bands for Stewart s sports on new year s Day Ami boxing Day. Applications to be sent to or. Stewart care of or. J. P. Drought riverine office Echuca. 12f 2 anted any Quantity of g 0 0 d f r e s h butter printed or in the Lump and fresh. Eggs. H. F. Davis. Melbourne Ash stores. Registry office. Anted re freshment rooms. Tea and Coffee at All hours. All sorts of cordials and Cool drinks. Fresh pies every Day. Mis. Arnold next Cumberland hotel Hare Street Echuca. 1533 wanted known. Prices reduced. Singers Raymond a Wheeler and Wilson a Wertheim &c., sewing machines. Prices reduced singers and All genuine makers. Till e payment. Terms reduced. Cash Deposit reduced to 5s. Weekly payments reduced to 2s. Beware of imitations. All kind of machines repaired. Pianos and organs. Reduced terms time payment. Pianos and organs 5s. Harmonium is. Id. Weekly. No Security required. Cheapest House in the a Iii will for Ash. Every description of household furniture on time payment from 5.-. Per week. Jail Lin Anil co. Sandhurst. Or. E. A. M gee Agency next Temperance Inlall Hare .-.creel. Hill la. To let. 1"\0 let two cottages rent Low. Apply mrs. Long. Percy Street. 85 to let the Star hotel Echuca fronting 1 lie wharf Possession to be Given on the 1st january ism. For particulars apply to is. Purcell on the premises or to James Shackell. Auctioneer. 1577 Reno let by Tunde for Oua of years Al about 800 acres of Laud of Falio at per acre a or further Partiful irs apply to h. Prosser Terrick i Erick or to e. .1. Daly and co., Ulie Parton and win brown., commission agent High Street Schwa 1619 for Sale foe Sale shop and dwelling ,now occupied by a Bult a Coper. Apply on the or a noises. S2 Sale at Tong la 21-i acres of first class Laud with All improvements Anil Lenty of water terms Liberal. Apply to w. Garden a Ciuca or to James Kilson on the premises. 70 forsake or to let for a term of years,900 acres sniper fir agricultural and gone no land known As " Kentra s Freehold 1 Arin opposite Brisbane s hotel Fraih Terrican Road right Miles from a Claca. I he Nad is first class Well sheltered for Stock splendidly watered Well and substantially improve divided into 10 paddocks and known As lie pick of the District. Or. Hendra having property elsewhere which acquires his personal supervision will sell this at i reasonable Rice on easy terms or lot to a Chesir Ible tenant for three or five years from 1st Fob uary 1881. Apply to j. S. Kelly 800 auctioneer and commission agent. For Sale engine and Thresher. Or James of unwell ban for Sale first class engine and Thresher Eigene y Turner and sons Thresher by . Tsertos Liberal. For garlic Falars apply to 1570 James Shackell auctioneer. For Sale at Torr Ubarry North. Qua of tits of Haj wit i half mile front or age to River Murray opposite the Jerrico Ota station lately belonging to the de ceased John Pertoli. For particular apply v. K. Richardson or Thomas Sexton. 7s esses. C. M. Seward co. Late Brown and Seward have for Sale goo 2-tooth ewes near Echuca. 1400 old ewes. Near of Ciuca. 1200 old ewes Ai itfamiallan., several flocks of Sii up nov travelling in riverine. 600 5 year old old Merino ewes in Lamb near Moama. 1000 lives travelling towards the Murray. Browband Seward have special lines of store sheep and cattle for Sale also fat sheep All , and fat cult Elf. 1314 j. 8. Kelly commission age t non a. 1s or a e Kiln lace grazing and agricultural land. Fil7 cos rna i 10 Mil Distant. Acres Freehold splendid improvements sex. Of so � Cru marry. Acres Superior land wha Parilla. "6 Tow. Citable for 450. Brio a . Wooden dwelling Dien a Goirl burst rtt id. Central bus Jim Sites easy terms Low invest. 1 let i irises suitable for colonial wine License. Brick shops Etc. Lost and Pound a Arnld at of pm Fri pita Homestead Nea Moama a Hesnut Saddle Koran off Hind x f i be on face Fig off Nick. to be Ornde to the manager. Advert sin expenses to to paid. If not claimed within four Een Days will be impounded to find owner. 17qg Board and lodging1 a aunt is for a Arder i at Apsley also i arms lied room vacant. 37ss Koto graphic views i views i views copies of views of buildings of Echuca Ami Moama taken by messes. Beavis travel a k Oto Grapher can be obtained. At t Crowthers photographic studio Hare Street is. Each. 9s. Per dozen. A screed. Convey canoes o t i c e. G. I Pyran having purchased the Cabo business lately carried on by or kit of units a Sharp of Public patronage. Orders left to Claringbold Shamrock hotel his Street promptly attended to. � g hotels jew Post office hotel _ iia be Streit. It stars. Siefkin begs to inform her friends Johnv i a i Ai to at s,1� has opened the ibo a hotel and solicits a share of their Patron qua Lite urls flu be found t0 be of be8fc accommodation for a few respectable boarders. Ree stabling. I703 notices aakl4nds. By won Tor Kunfi ladies conducted by mrs Dutton assisted by competent governesses and Coll Wesst. App1,cati0n and at 1808 ice. Ice. Ice. Fihe undersigned sole agent for the australian ice company limited has always a constant Supply on hand. H g. Butcher _ Annes Ley Street. 1807 a bins warm ? t liquors when for the some Money of can get everything of the Best Quality cold As Ioe cold As ice cold As ice at speaking s Palace hotel . Ladies room. Ladies summer drinks cold col cold 12 a Bull Street Sandhurst. Established a of bomber 1865. Incorporated under building societies act 1s74 air an no of town and country property. Auction sales of real estate Stock Furni Ture and merchandise. The collection1 of rents debts interest and dividends. Fire and life insurance and agricultural risks at lowest rates. The business of absentees trustees executors minors and others. Valuations arbitration audits and Busi Ness f like nature. I the negotiation of i Oana on mortgage the Safe investment of capital. Fiducial commissions of every kind at Mode rate rates. Agency inspector for James Odd in and co s Freehold loan Bank Ballarat. Sums of �100 and upwards advanced on Freehold and leasehold securities at current Bates. District agent for the Imperial fire insurance co., of London. 1-195 advances on Wool and growing crops. A Are. C. Vines is prepared to make inline 1 y b Diate and Liberal Cash advances on Wool and growing crops and has �300,000 to end on Freehof d and leasehold securities at Lowra is of interest. Full weight Woolpack for Sale. Note the address Caleb vines h Emgarth strew. 35 Christmas and new yeah. A splendid assortment of Albury and other wines from three to five years old in magnificent condition can be obtained by single bottle at whole j Sale Pitles viz., is. 6d., 2s., 2s. 6d., from w. Garden wholesale wine spirit and pro i Ion merchant Corner of High and Pakenham streets Echuca. 1732 �100 be Ward Wilt be Given to anyone who will give such information Mil Lead to Tho discovery of sch Man who can surpass for cheapness and Quality in boots the celebrated Cash buyers j. T. And p. Chenhalls who have murdered the Price of everything in their line and Ofha Are daily Clearing Echuca of impostors and the Cullers of the Public compelling them to say " Excelsior for before you we must All vanish and Clear out. Our first grand Clearing Sale of 10,000 pai11s boots. Men s elastic sides is. Men s Liest French do. Pegged 9s. Go. Men s shoes pegged 9s. Men s kid shoes hand sewn 12s. Pollock s. Men s leather lace ups 7s. Men s Best do., 9s. men s Blucher is. Go. Ladies kid boots sewn 5s. Go. Ladies kid shoes . Pollock a and . Sewn 8s. Go. Ladies mock lace Prunella s. S and pol locks 7s. Go. Ladies Plain do., Pollock a 7s." go. Ladies do., Best 8s. Go. Children s Leigh legged lace ups 4 to a is. Lod children s do., 7 to 9, 3s 4d. Children s do., 10 to 13, 4s. Maids 1 to 2, Fis. Go. We guarantee All goods to of from the Best makers and not rubbish always found in Echuca at the so called cheap saes for we Are in a position to buy sound goods cheaper than our opponents can Purchase rubbish Thip Sale will last for 14 Days Only certain so be in time on and All at the cheapest Sale in the whole world at j. T. And p. Chenhall level crossing Packenham Street Echuca. 2232 live and let live store near the Bank of Victoria High Street eos us a Public notice. M. And m. Cohen tailors. Clothiers renovators dyers and outfitters. Tobacco cigars and fancy goods depot commenced a Cash business at such Low profit Neer before known in the District. A we Pur Chase for Cash we intend to give the Purchase the Benefit of same. We do not pretend to sell at 25 per cent below Cost but will give the Public the Opportunity of buying at 10 per cent above the Melbourne Cost Price. trial will Pilove tiie fact. Agent for Robertson s celebrated Dye works Melbourne. Merry Christmas is drawing near again. Lay in your Stock of Good things for the approaching festive season and Purchase your necessary requirements for Cash at the Teapot Cash store in High Street where you know you can buy your goods the Besl and cheapest. You will by so doing enjoy them All the More from the simple fact of their having been w e l l 1 o u g ii t cheaply paid for. New season s dried fruits of every description Burke s i Rize cheese Watson and Paterson s celebrated hams and Bacon. Wines and spirits of primer Quality ales and Porter of the most approved brands. Corollas and i,iquor3 in great variety. Groceries and provisions furnishing Ironmongery China Glass and earthenware All Given in Exchange for a smaller amount of Cash than any other store in Echuca. Continue As you arc now doing to patronise the t a p o t Cash s t o r a in High Street and you. Ill never regret it it being univ Casally and justly admitted to be the cheapest Cash store in the District. James Osborne surgeon &c., May be consulted daily at his surgery next door to Tivenin e office. To Farmers of Echuca District. Be Cash. Buyers of ensuing Grain crops. We have now for Sale 100,000 Corn sacks Oan be had in Bond if required. Orders now being received. Per Hujwan Whight Aud co. rents payable on the various runs of the Colony copies can be obtained at the print ing office at a charge of is. Old each. It is to of understood that in tie ease of those runs now in course of appraisement the rents stated will be accepted on account and will be subject to adjust ment on the appraisement being determined ill accordance with the provisions of the act above referred to. 1s15 James Watson. Amusements look out look out look out Stewart s annual sports. See future programme. Valuable prizes Given. 1759 on Chris t m As night in the Temperance Hall a sacred concert will be Given by the presbyterian choir and Childr n of the congregation assisted by other local singers and miss Farroni of Sandhurst. Service of son the seasons and other pieces. Front seats 2s. eats is. 1747 Steamboat excursions a 0 x i n g a y. Grand Steamboat excursion to the Goulburn stopping at. Stewart s Bridge for the Benefit of the Mechanic s Institute. Splendid bras bands. Sports of All kinds. Prizes can be seen at Trebilco s. Fare2s, children is. Both steamboats will Ca 1 at Sluus s Landing place at 5 o clock. 1763 Baptist Church. ? excursion to Malaga the aboriginal s action the Steamer u b a on new year s Day. Time of sailing s.30. Tickets 2s. Luncheon Tea Coffee fruit and Light drinks provided by or. Chambers at Low prices. Tickets can be had from or. Fosdyke High Street and or. Laurence Southern Cross hotel. The Steamer will Call at or. Uth s Mill to Alee up ticket holders. 87 a l e Don i an g a at the Camp Reserve Sandhurst boxing Day 27 the december Tufili famous austrian Sirauss bind austrian Strauss bal to austrian Strauss band have been specially engaged for the above sports and who will give one of their grand military concerts from three till five in the afternoon when will be Reud tred a number of Beautiful selections including several English Lusu and scotch airs As before an audience of 20,000 people on Flemington racecourse. Admission one shilling. Special trains ran to Sandhurst at sex Ursina fares. In tie Forenoon Northcote 3 band will perform. 1s13 auctions moist a 10th january 1ss1. Important and u a reserved Sale of valuable Freehold property in the township of Rochester. At tidy s commercial hotel. Brow Nami Sewal d have received instructions from John Stone pm. As to the late John Earrell qua Deto sell by Public auction at tidy s commercial hotel of Rochester county of Bendigo and being lot 1.allotment 8, Section 5a, containing 2r. Lot 2.allotment 0, Section 5a, containing 2r. Lot 10, Section 5a, containing 2r. The auctioneers desire to Call attention to this Sale As affording a Sond investment the property being for absolute and unreserved Sale. 17so preliminary notice. Browband Seward Are favored wit instruction from messes. Lovoyd Dauby and i More to sell by Public auction at an Early Date of which due notice will be Given All that piece or parcel of Laud situate in the Parish of Calzola in the county of ado i n.., Eon tannins by adm a serement532 acres on whih is erected a comfortable Homestead. Also adjoining the above 220 Ayerss Well fenced and improved. The auctioned s desire to Call special attention to the above a e As presenting a first class Opportunity for Small capitalists to acquire one of the most desirable farms in the District. For fun l particulars apply at the office High treet a Ciuca and Rochester. 1784 s thursday20sh january 1881. Freehold property at eci Iuca Fisken and Gil sox have been instructed to submit to Public Competition at Scott s hotel on thursday the 20th january 1s81, at two o clock ill. J. E. Mullarky s farm situated with in three Miles of a Ciuca and contain ing about in l acres of really goo land Well watered. The improvements con Sist of a substantially built airily Resi Dence with out buildings an under ground Dairy built of Brick. From its proximity to i Chuca it should be Valu Able to business Nien As a suburban residence. T i t is i be r Al. For further particulars apply to Fisken and Gibson Alel Hourne or Lizul lavs or or. J. S. Stewart Echuck. 7 a

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