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Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866
4P?orbe0. [FROM OUR OWN CORRnESPo ENT. THERE is very little news of special importance to be communicated from this place at the present moment. No rain has fallen since the general downfall about three weeks' since, and the country already feels the want of a repetition of the dose. The Forbes correspondent of the Sydney Mlorn ing Herald, respecting whose identity every person here is perfectly acquainted, has for several months past persistently misrepresented the state of this gold-field in his weekly telegrams, and other com munications. It has no doubt appeared stranige to the people even of Wagga WVagga, if tloy have ever paid attention to the Herald's Forbes corres pondence, that a gold-field maintaining a popula tion of four or five hundred miners, and where the escort retairns have ranged from 800 ounces to 1400 ounces per month during the past year, averaging 1000 ounces for six months past, can only boast of four payableclaims, including the Billibong and the Pinnacle-a c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866
M . ARTHUR CUB1TT, News Agent, Bridge Street, Sydney, has been appointed Agent for this paper and is authoriscd to receive Advertie * ments, Subscriptions, and payments for Advertitsing Accounts. THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE *1nsutra re omtlpant . INVESTED FUNDS...........£3,212,000 ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDING .?......1,100,000 THE undersigned having been appointed Agent for Wagga Wagga, is authorised to receive applica. tioris for insurance in both the Fire and Life Depart ments, for transmission to the Directors in Sydney. MEDICAL. RIEFEEE-Ma. MORGAN. Agent, H, C. ROSE, Chemist. Y.POP-R. LAND SALES. IN pursuance'of the provisions of "The Crown Land's Alienation Act of 180I," I, the Minister for Lands, do hereby notify that the following lots of land will be offered for sale, by public auction, at the undermentioned places, at eleven o'clock, on the day specified, at the upset price affixed to each lot respec tively. (Deposit, 25 per cent.) J. BOWIE WILSON. GUNDAGAI (at the Polic...
District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866
Ibistict totit.f WE were given to understand that the list, which we gave last week of the plaints set down for hear ng in the ensuing District Court was complete. Itwas afterwards discoverdd that anbther day was still open for entering plaints, and on that seven more were saded. We now subjoin a full and cor rect list: J. Abrahams and G. Rogers v. J. H. Pearson, goods sold and interest, £33 0s. lid. E. Vincent v. J. Millsoif, promissory note and interest, £108 5s. 6d. Love and Roberts v. A. Murjihy, promissory note and interest, £80 Is. 4d. J. and W. O. Windeyer v. J. O'Brien, trespass of cattle, £150. J. O'Donnell v. J. Gilligan, bill of exchange, £12 5s. J. Turner v. J. Jackson, promissory note and~ in terest, £7 5s. W. Phillips v. W. G.'Ca]porn, money lent, £7 10s. T. Turveyv. M. Irving, goods sold, £3 12s. ' J. Miller v. J. M?arkey, goods sold and work and labour done, £27 18s. Od. . C. D. Bardwell v. G. Galvin, pronmissory n6te and interest, £12 8. A. Bannntyne v. J. Boolian, ...
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCHED FROM WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH or MAILS. DE5PATOIED 1'OO1 WAGGA WAOGG. -:-To. Taiitta, Sydney, and ~Melbourno..-Sunday, - Wcdnmday and Friday, 4 p.m. r~a?;aand :Deniliquin;. - Monday and Thursday, "Nairandara and Hay.-Monday and Thursday, 10 a.mn Jun'ee and Murrnmburrah.--Monday and Wednesday ' ' '5 a.m. -, " ARRiVE AT WAGG 'WAGoA, From Tarcutta.-Mconday, Thursday and Saturday 0. a.m. Urana and Deniliquin. - Sunday and Wednesday, S p.m. Narandara and Hay.-Sunday and Wednesday, 3 p.m. Junce and Murrumburrah.-Sunday and Thursday, O p.m. Letters &e. (excepting for Juncoe, require to be : oted half an hour bqfore the specifled time of does p tch of the mails, or upon affixing a sixpenny stamp up to a quarter of an hour previous. Letters &c., for Junes require to be posted by half past nine on the *.vening previous to despatch. The Jnglish mail's date of arrival is the 14th of each month. The out-going mail from Sydney is fixed on the 22nd of each month.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'Aar.ecommunications for insertion in this journal must hbe addressed to the Editor, and bhe accompanied Sby the real name and address of the writer, not Snecessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspondence must be kept within reasonable limits, and under no consideration will S anything of a merely personal or socurrilous nature Lnd inosertion. In the case of rejected communi. cations, the Editor cannot undertake the return of the manuscript. ST. JOHN'S OHURCH. TITHE Rev. H. 8. SEABORN, of Gundagai, will im .+ prove the deaths in Mr. Fox's family on Sunday (to-morrow) morning, in St. John's Church.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866
WAGGA WAGGA :. atitlen ;Ilirectorp. GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, PRXNTXNC IN every variety and styld, with the utmdst des I patch. Handbills, Business Announcements, Merchants', Auctioneers,' and Tradesmen's Business Circularsa, Cards, and Bill Heoadings, neatly displayed. Pamphlets, Club. Articles, and Society Reports, correctly and neatly executed. Every othes description of Letter-press puinting xcested in a superior style. The following forms always on. hand, for sale, viz: DISTRICT CO URT PLAINT N'OTICE OF SET-OFF AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts. isued on all the Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Irelaud, and Scotland. ggWgg W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga WVagga, 13th September, 18641. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Capitial ............, £1,OOO,OOO. -eserved Fund......;......£333,333 6s. Sd. WAGGA WAGGA BRANCH. THE 'Wagga Wagga Branch of the Bank of...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866
Local Intelligence. THE ADELONG MURDER CASE.—The woman Gil bert, who was tried at the Adelong police-court the other day, for the murder of her two children, and,,was then committed for trial ft the next Circuit Court in Wagga Wagga, arrived in town under escort on Tuesday last, and was immediately conveyed tothe gaol. The children were drowned in a tub in the cabin in wldich they resided with their mother- The eldest was four and-a-half, and the youngest two years of age. When they were discovered their beads were in the tub, which only contained six inches of water. One was quite black round the mouth, and the other had bitten his tongue completely through. The appearances led to the conclusion tlthat the children had met with foul play, but at the inquest the juryreturned a verdict of accidental death. The mother was, however, subsequently arrested and charged with wilful murder. From the evidence it appeared, that the mother was on very intimate terms with an Italian, who was de...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. W. MACARTHUR, TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, IN returning thanks to thC Public of Waggo Wogga and surrounding district for tho liberal support he has received these lost three years, most respectfully bogs to inform them that he has removed from his late premises opposite the Squatters' IHotol, to that more central and commodious NEW S1HOP, adjoining Mr. Bergin the saddler's, corner of Fitz maurice and Gurwood Streets, where he intends to to carry on busineos for the future in all the nowest fasluions of the day. Having on hand a well-assorted stock of seasonable goods of English and colonial manufacture, W. MI. hoped by strict attention to business, and by punctually executiog all orders entrusted to his care, to merit a a continuance of the public support which has hitherto been afforded him. *FOR SALE; ATeiv6 horseopowor Cha Cutting and Corn Cruish. ing Machinei in splendid working order.' ..... .Applyto .............. i G. A. ELLIOT. 'or Sale. TriBE'underigned has recei...
Paris. (Written specially for the Wagga Wagga Express.) Paris, February 24, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
(ri~pe~s ,jleasPlfor the WJa~eg 1Va~gs Expren.) SParis, February 24, 1866. Os S-.uday, the, 10th, Leopold, the King of the Belgians, departed tbis lifo. Though the lamented King's.death has been expected 'for the last fortnight, it, nevertheless, caused •a.general'consternation in Europe. The King fdlt his end 'ipliroaching early on Sunday morning. His'chaplain, M.'Beckr was sent S'for. After a 8hort conversation with his spiritial adviser, his Majesty expressed a wish to take leave of the Duke and Daches" ofLBrabant, and their children, as well as of his youngest son, the Count do Flandires. The ~Escene was most affecting. The King refiained calm and composed to the end. The press of all countries has been unanimous in lamenting this great loss to the Belgian na tionolf a monarch who, though by no means a model of private virtue, had, in the course of a long career of 75 years, been an example to all constitutibnal sovereigns. The Belgian people once, but only once, gave way to for...
Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA. FEBRUARY 23, 1866. Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
iommttrc ial. WAGGA WAGGA. PsBIdAUlY- 23, 1800 WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. * * a:. di Flour, per ton (Fine) ............... 80 .0 0 Seconds Flour, per ton .....;.? ...... ; 28 0, 0 Wheat,'per buahel;...... .........s. to' 0 '10 "0 Hay, per ton'(Wheaten) .';.... '.';..; 10 0 0 Hay, (Best oaten) perton.. ..........' 18 ,0 0 Braee, per bushel . ....;.... ;.;.... ..: 0 2 0 Pollard, perbushel' ;..;--.'; ; ;.. "-.-;.* -. ' 0 *1 0 Oats,'per bushel ..:.......... .... 0 10 '' 'Corn, per bushel.... .........';..... ' 0.12 0 PI'otatoes, per cwt; - .;'',, 0;....',.,; }' 0 0 0 Butter, per lb. (none) .;.'..'... ........' 0' 0 0 Cheese, per lb. (6no) .......';...;....:' :0,0 0 Bacon, perlb. ..;.......;....;..... 0 1 0 Eggs, per doe. ............':.:........ 0 2 0
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
3News of the j It'Aeek. A a meeting Called in Adelaide, by. the Governor of South Austrealia, it was decided that an application should be made to Parlia menIt for a grant of -£2000, to enable that colony to be fittingly represented at the Paris xEhibition.- Caees of sticking-up are. now of niightly occurrence in the suburbs of Adelaide. -On the 13th November last, a man named Croank wasee missed on the Kentucky Creek, near Armidale. He had been drinking at the time, and, though search was made for hini, he was never, found. Last week, the body was discovered in the bush, and it is conjectured that he strayed while:labouring tinder delirium tremens, and perished from exposure and exhaustion.-Two children have ibeen drowned in a. water-hole, at. Araluen, whilst bathing.-News from Lake Hope speak of the natives still threatening hostilities, and of-cattle being driven off.-Dried figs of very oiddd quality have been brought into Geelong ai??iket, from the Barrab0ol Hills.-Several cases...
MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO.'S REPORT. Wednesday, February 14, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
.I3ELBOITTINE. Poweans, o1UTHRFDOD,; Al CO.'s c RPOTar. S Wednesday, February 14, 18366. Fatf:Oattle.--Number in, 700. Exolusive of this. number, there were about 800 head of stores disposed of yesterday, making the total quantity for the week up to about 1000 head. The supply was smaller than usual, but, in point, of quality, was the best we have had for some time past. Nearly the whole of the 700 passed through the yards on Monday were from good to prime; indeed, with the. exception of the stores before mentioned, there were none that could be called inferior. The demand was firm, and prices satisfactory, although not so high as they would have been had the proportion of good cattle been smaller than it actually was. We sold 243. Quotations "· B· s d. d s.d. Best bullocks .. .. .. 10 10 0 to 12 16 0 Good quality do... ".. .; 8 10 "O0" to 10 0 0 Middling do. ..'..-..06 10 0 to 710 0 luferiordo . . . .. • .. "3 0 0 to 5 0 Hest cows .. .. .. .. 9 10 0 to-10 15 0 Good quality do... ,....
Correspondence. THANKSGIVING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
co trcespontenfce. (Per favor of the Wagga Wagga Ezpreea.) THANKSGIVLNG SERVICES. To the Congregation of St. John's Church, Wagga Wa'a; and the members of the Church of ngladgeneraly, in the town and district of DEA?R FRIENDs--The 12th of last month was pro claimed as aday of humiliation and prayer, because of the severe drought from which we were then suffering, and the day was observed, prayer was offered up, and God was intreated; He did not send a few passing showers, but gave a largebless ins?; few persons can remember such a glorious ram (so gentle and so abundant), at such a season of the year. God has shewn to us that He does hear, and that He can and will answer prayer; and what thanks have we given to Him? Ifelt almost sure that a day would be publicly proclaimed as a Day of General Thanksgiving; but more than a month has passed away, and no day has been set apart for tlus purpose. To neglect public thanks for so signal a blessing, given in answer to our ear nest supplicat...
NATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
NATIONAL EDUGATION. Ws copy the following paragraph from the Sydney snmmary supplied to the Goulburn Herald of the 10th instant:-In their anxiety to establish schools in parts of the colony where, no doubt, they were wanted badly enough, the Board of National Education have over-run the constable, and are now furced to retrench by cutting off the salaries of a number of the smaller schools, many of which had but recently been established an the faith of receiving aid from the board. This is a great pity. I have no doubt that the Board means well; bot their conduct, in this respect will be productive of much injury and some suffering. Having a fixed allowance, they had no right to exceed it. When shall we have a new com Iprehensive system in which there will not be the anomally of two Boards having, parhaps, three or four inferior schools in a place that can barely support one ? Receiving the statement as authentic, we echo the remark, "This isa great pity." But it will be a greater ...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
LocraI fntellitgence. BEmLE Socrr.--The Bible Society Committee met in the Courthoftse on last Monday evening. The business was cobfparatively ulhnportant and coneisted chiefly in passing an account for carriage of books froin Sydney, and authorising the pur chase of a book-case. Mr. William Mfacarthur is the Society's Depositary, and all the books are now. ready for sale at his new shop, near Mr. Bergin's saddlery store. The Committee desire to draw at tention to the large and varied stock of Scriptures, which have been marked at snob prices as wsll just clear expenses, and they specially submit to the consideration of the squatters of this district the desirability of supplying the huts of their shep. herds, stockkeepero, end -.other employees with copies of tie Holy Bible in large print and substan& tiil binding. Unavoidable ohstacles have reiardcd the operation of thisaBrandh Society, but ixow that the Depot is formed and well stocked, it is hoped that a large number of ...
Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
Iolice Bourt. TUEs·DAY, FEBOA5r 20. 1866. (Before John l-orzon and J. J. Fennell, Esqs. Js.P.) STAm-BNo.-Joseph McGregor alias McDonnell was brought up on remand for stabbing George Thomp son, at Eunonyahreenyiah, on the 29th December last. Alexander McKay was examined and said that he first saw the prisoner on the 28th Decem ber, and on that night he was sleeping at MIr. Sin clair's and asked the prisoner to come into his bed. Pnrisoner immediately caught him by the hair and pulled him out of bed and kicked him. Thompson was the only other man present. The next night he was stopping in the hut and Thompson and the prisoner came in speaking angrily. Thompson caught the prisoner by the throat and shoved him about till he got him out of the` door, and then he heardprisonercall "mnrder." Witnessthenran out and found Thompson with a gash in his arm. The prisoner in defence stated that he had no quarrel with Thompson, but on the evening of the 29th December he was standing outside the- h...
Court of Quarter Sessions. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
Erourt of euatrter .eriono . WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1866. (Before His Honor Judge Francis.) The Court opened at 10 o'clock, -and to judge by the numbers present throughout the entire day, the proceedings must have been invested with an unusual degree of public interest. The only bar risters in attendance were Mr. Forbes (the Crown Prosecutor), and Mr. Stephen. The first case called on was one for SADDLE STEALING. Henry Hill was charged with stealing, on the 24th November last, one saddle the property of one Peter Halbesch. A second count charged the prisoner with being in possession of the saddle, knowingit to be stolen. The Crown Prosecutor briefly opened the case, and called Sergeant Carroll, who deposed he was senior constable at Wagga Wagga. On the 24th Nov., last at about 9 p.m., saw a man carrying a saddle near Mr. Tompson's store, at the rear of Gasse's hotel. It was moonlight, followed him and came up with him as he put the,saddle on a fence near the bank of the river. Prssoner...
FUNEREAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 February 1866
FUNEREAL. "Is it well with the child ? And she answered, It is well! "--2 KINGs 4 20. "It is well," forethishas our God decreed,` To His will we submlsslvely bow 'Tias well from Earth's bondage their souls should be freedi; Safe and happy their spirits are now. "It is well," for these infants for ever are blest : No more shall be tortured with pain, With Jesus, in Heaven, they lovingly re?t, .. And con neverknow weeping again I , Blessed twins of gl oor os balle .ons anhI I Very soon have you slezed on the prize, Deflre Earth's defilement your spirits had cang~ht, "' Angels wafted them safe to the skies I And she who so lovingly nrtured yeu here . ::: Is with youe In the mansions above; .. .: : . :-: She could not be parted from nurslings so.dear,.':::. . And Heavens will but perfect Joner love, Oh yes, ye are blessed I but there's one iridowed heart, Whose deep sorrow none other can tell," " Onr Father in Heavens I" Thy comfort lmpart, HIelp him' teoo, to say-" IL is welll. A, And ...