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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 October 1868
i NEWS OF THE IVEEK.}-- '£ Theoffioes of tho new Ministry, -swith the exception of that of Attorney-General, which rumour assigned to Mr. Snlaraons, are now filled up as follows. Mr. Robertson, Colonial Secretary arid-Premier; Mr. Forijter,*Mini8ter' for. Lands, Mr. Sutherland, Minister for Work's; Mr. Samuel, Colonial treasurer: Mr. D. Egan, Postmaster-General ; Mr. Josephspn, Solicitor-General. Mr. Robertson is doubtless able for the position he occupies, and we con sider the present Treasurer au infinite im provement upon the colonial Gladstone, who has, however, left a very tangled financial web for hit successor to unravel. Mr. Forater--a« a nWber of tbe Opposition might be cj-n\ 'didered too erdchetty and perverse to be of use to any party, but office makes wonderful changes in men's tempers, nnd he certainly docs not lack capacity to make a good lands. Of Mr. Sutherland little is as yet known,' therefore little can bo said as to his qualifica tion for the office of Works, and...
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27TH.—Before the Police Magistrate, and E. O'Mara, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 October 1868
Titesdav, October 27in. — Before the Police Magistrate, and E. O'Mtira, Esq., J.P. R. A. Newman was charged by Serjeant Tant with, selling four bottles of ,' Old Tom,' being Ies3 than the two gallons authorised by the act. Mr. Kobertsuu appeared for the defence. ? Sergeant Tant deposed : On Thursday tho 22iul I saw a Chinaman named Charley Ah You come out of the Bee-hive store wit'i a bag tied up, which he at fir.it said coutained part of a plough. I said ' you have some . grog there Charley ' and he said ' yes four bottles Old Tom gin' (bottles produced). I. then called Mr. Newman and told him that the Chinaman had been buying by retail in his store. He. said, 'in my store!' and tho Chinaman then repeated his story, and said he bought tho gin from Mr. Brady. Mr. Newman then asked what could be done, and I replied that I should take proceedings against him for selling spirits without a license. The China man asked for his 12s. again, and Mr. Newman said lie had rather giva £50 than ...
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 October 1868
,-???-. QU8DAGAI. ? ?? ? [ Tie fo'hwing -Pratt Cirretit 'art eorrei'ti^vfrj/.t ueek from tie latest paptri to hand.— Si.] ? . . . Flour, (One) per tmi'UU to £14 10s ' .' ? Wheat, per bo-.hel, 4- - - ? . Mail*,' ilitto.Si tu3-AJ ' '' - ' Oats,' ditto, 4-io 4j;3J'' ' V Brau, ditto. If -.-? .?:.;' ; ,..[..: ? ? Potatoes, per ton Xa to £6 (icsros) ? : ? Hay, per ton, £3 '' .'? : ' ' ? Butter frei-h 8d per lb ' ' ' '.. ' ?' Bacon'Bt'ppr'lb ? '. ? ? '?' ' . ;- '? ?Eg-s per!dolau61 ; ... ?-:..'.? l :.: : .. . ? - Onions per lb 21 . .... Bread 21b loaf 6i (retail) ' ' ' '
PARLIAMENTARY EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 October 1868
PARLIAMENTARY EPITOME. The 'Council met on Tuesday. . -Mr.' Plunket gave fresh notice of his ques tions relativii to Orange Societies, and said' he intended to follow up the matter by resolu tions. ' ? ' . ? Mr. Weeks intimated tho formation of 'the new Ministry and the house then adjourned to the 8th December.' ? ? '?'? In the Assembly there was a large crowd of spectators, and the requisite change of seats took place. Among the supporters of the late Ministry, on the Opposition benches, were Mr. Parkes and Dr. Lang ; and Mr. Macleay was amongst the adherents of the new Cabinet Mr. Brown, Mr. Garrett, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Hart, and Mr. Macleay took the oath on their appointment to the Committee of Elections and Qualifications. The ' Speaker then read a letter from the Under Secretary stating the nameB and offices of the members of the new Ministry. On the motion of Mr. S. C. Brown their seats were declared vacant, and the adjournment of the House until the 8th of December was agreed to....
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 October 1868
In tha ' Ghvernmant Gazette ' of the 27th Inst, it is intimated that the tender of R. Hughes lm boau RMepted-forthe. conveyance of the mail baleen Toraut and.K'andw, once a week, on hoifseback,- for the strai of £90 per annum, for thres years. 'No tender has been tnlten fni-tfnTmfiil nnrri'ft-w«ek between .Oun dagai and Clarendon. - We trust this does not imply-- that- this- postal ' contract -? b to be: abandoned. ? ? ? ? ??? . ? We again call the Attention of our readers to tho Ian4 sale that is to' take place at Tnmttt. on the 10th proximo, and remind them that the toils qf the Gundagai bridge will be sold at theiCourt-house on Monday, the 9th Novem ber, npsiit price .£600. A man named Benjamin Spooner.committed suicide by. poisouing himself at' one of the inns of Araluen. on Sunday last.' He was seen to put some powder in a glass and before takiug it he said his step-son William was « cooked,' meaning killed, at Gingera. The police are searching for the missing man. A child name...
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 October 1868
OBSNFJSLl. . ????.?'- Flour, pBr ton, £L6 ' '? i , -. .' '. Broti, per bu.l.el, Is Ci . Moil-, (Hilo, 4- Buy, per ton, £6 . ' ' : ? UiihU; ditio, ttt . ' .' ? , . ? Oats, per bushel Si - .... Potatoes, per o«t tj» to 7s . , .' ?
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 October 1868
? m.UMUT. ' Flour fine, iier tjn £12 to £14 ?? ??'?' ? ?'? Ditto seconds ditto gl-J to ZU . ' Wheat per buauel, 4t 6X to,6»' . Bran, ditto Is ' . ? . , Potatoes, scarce - . ' . ? Oats per busfiei it ? - ? . ' - ?? i Maize per bushel 2) 6J (in cob) . ' .- Il»ypertont3 . ? ., . Butter tfresli) ^ '- 61 no demand) ? - ' Eggs, per. dozen. id . ? '. ? ?'..? '.\ .:.:'.'.' Bacon f-lbjid . : .,.,-,. ?.,? Onion*, per II). BrtaU 2lb loat 4.1 (retail) '. '
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 October 1868
YAS S. ''' . ./ ': Flour, One, per ton, £15 ' ' Seconds Ultlo £14 - . - Huy ditto, X.2 lUito£3 - Bran, per bushel, Is ? V Wheat iliUo,4tOd to 5» -- V^\ Maize ditto, 3s to 3i (id - Oats ditto, 3s to 3a 6d - Potatoes, ,ier cwt., 4i ~ '
GENERAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
GENEILU, MEMORANDA. ,A murder of peculiar atrocity ha9 lately been committed near Limoges. A shoemaker's wife strangled her husband in his sleep and afterwards cut his body in pieces. For four days successively she went into the woods and lanes about Limoges scattering little bits of her husband's body m vanous directions far and wide. Every, night she returned to her house, and' lay down to sleep by the side of what was left. Six days after the murder she put on her best gown and danced at a village lete. She has been sentenced to penal servi tude fcr life. A strange anomaly is brought to light by some receni proceedings iu a coroner's court iu South London. If a man finds a drowned body and informs the authorities, he gets' 8s. 6d. ; but if he saves the life of a drowning man he gets 'untiling. The coroner for East Surrey states that he has been informed that drunken men are pushed into the water in orderltbat the murderers may get 8s. 6d. each for the bodies.- ? - ? The Mayor of ...
FIRE AT NORTHUMREBLAND HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
FIRE AT NORTnCMBEttLAND-nOUSE. . Oa Wednesday, night, AugnsS 19, a disastrous fire brqke out in a wing, of Nbrthuuiberlandr house, alarming tho ' whole- immediate neigb bonThoorl~anrI~doilig iu '' ujany respects I irreparable. ,auschiefi';-'lt; occurred/ in, the boll-room and picture-gallery, which are atkthe bask of the hfiiise,-orj«h8 Whiteball-side, liul at tight 'a'D'gle^ wUlryjBs'.St'rapd.' -It ii*as. a building,abf)ut) 15 (Jl J ^et/jiflys and 50 feet high',' nnJaJjly^p.-itiniiU;!], ^yi^i,]*) roof almost fiat) andriightedbyitwciiiiepidO windows- on both' sidtefttbroughoue its'^JIfflerigth. It c6¥iral««d pictures, frescoes,, tapostrjes. magnifi'cen^v^es1, anil! other. '.articles ofjvertu, many oC.ibvm ai'jbgetjier 'urjique,,. and all of rare iritei-esfc The.firo was happilyi confined, by the well directed exertions.iof [ .the' Metropolitan Fire Brigade, to -tho part of the building in wbdtU it.orijrfuatedj-though tlfero-'iS Eos .oacasitnicd incalculnblo damage.. The Duke and Duc...
RIOTS AT MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
WOTS- AT 3HANOHE3IBB.. .Sfr.'JIurphy, the notorioua lecturer against Roman Oathdicisrii, has already succeeded- in 'defeaTing the precautipn^ taken by .the Mau chesteRniagistrntes'for tbe'preservation of the peace.;- 'On' Siiturday 'afternoon, September 5; one of the most serious riots-occurred in the 'south'- western suburb, of the city, which has been known for year*, arisinguut of causes haying a' religious or political- character, and leading to the arrest of over-30 of the com bRtaiits. — Barly in— the- week— Mr.— Murphy was arrested, on amvingin the town to lecture, upon a warrant granted on information sworn before the magistrates that; if -he was allowed to lecture, a serious breach of the peace was apprehended. He was taken before -'thfe magistrates and held to bail, two clergymen) becoming sureties for his' good : behaviour. Upon these, and his own recognizances ,- for ,£200, he was liberated from Belle Vue (the city gaol) on Thursday, Sept. 3. He was no st oner at liberty...
APPALLING RAILWAY DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
A'ppiLLiKo Railway Disaster. A dreadful railway accident happened on: the :Londoft .'and North' Western1 line /on Thursday afternon, August 20th.- The Irish limited mail, leaving London at 7.-15.: a(m., passed Abergtle (Peusarn station) in-, safety about one o'clock ; a goods train bad-passed half an hour before. Beyond Llanddulas a portion or a goods train to Holyhead',' became detached*1 and ran back down the 'incline, meeting the mail train, which was'- then pro ceeding at about thirty miles' 'an hour. ''The collision 'itself was ; not ? very severe, but unhappily two of the waggons- were ; ladeu with casks of the inflammable oil known as petroleum. These were all broken by the shock, aud the fire of the furnace' coming in contact withthe oil, in a moment the whole mass exploded into flame., .The .driver -of the mail train acted with great presence of mind. Seeing .that a .'collision was inevitable he; leaped from the engine, and escaped, though! braised 'and 'wounded, with compa...
THE ENGLISH MALL. GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
THE ENGLISH MALL. ?GESERAI, SUSIMAHY. . All England is preparing for the great elec tion. About .450 caudidates are in the field, ? but many it maybe supposed have come for ?ward only -til- advertise tbemselvus, and thus to ' prepare' for future cnntest3. There are very ,iewartizans who solicit .Parliamentary honors, Jbutinaiiy ultra-Radicals have come forward who have been connected with the League and the Unions, and who kiijie to be elected by ?the suffrages of the working men. All the usual loiders offer themselves, mostly for their old seats. The question of female suffrage will again be contested, as the names of large numbers of women liave been placed on some of the registers on the ground that Mr. Mill Jiolds, the, .word., '''piiirsuns' to include the feminine-sex.' '--1 ' l' ?? , ; The G'Qnsgrvatfves-.are said to have subscribed a vast sum. for general electioneering purposes, Earl Derby' having ' headed the list with ,£2if,00Q;afcLd. probably- the Liberals' hav« also made...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
? ! ,'i Ii1' : * '? ? . IS .a.VfecMy Newspaper published iverj/ Saturday morning al tha office, iihervlan.atrcti, Uuniiaoai, aiid forwarded, by that day'* maih to various partt of lite colony', ? .?..-. TERM Si SUBSCRIPTION 7iGd per quarter, orltfidl'ii if paid in advance - that u ifpwt any time within tht Ji--st :m-nth' of the qvarter, 'tut Subicribert who require their papers posted aitt.be charged It. per quqrt'cr.eilra 'for postage Subscriber) d't charged only from^he time of commencing, '.'The quarters end on Hie 31st M-irch. 30th June, SOltfi'eplemler, a'-ut 31st December, at which pa iods o-dy can-'subserihers dentine.' by gUing one weeh'i preoio'ut'notioe in writi -g direct t-t the ojfet a d not plhervise. and paying tht amount due to. tha end of the current quarter i but »-u- sabtcribcrs will be r* ceiuid at any time, and charged from tht period at tohic'hjhey commence..' . . .. : ' - '. ' , ' ADrMiTISEitE \TS. will, oere'eeiveiiup to B o'clock' onzFttipAY evenings, and are...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
THE'records -of the recent -sessions- of neigh pourin-* Circuit Courts, and of pur own - - General Sessions Court, -afford ample proof that in general public morality '.our district will compare -favorably- with- -others. It is satisfactory to be able to state that none of the culprits '-whoso trials for- grave offences— for robberies, perjuries, or criminal a'ssntilts upon women— liave recently occupied the .columns of contemporary journals have been residents in this locality. The only two cases brought be fore our General Sessions Court were for saddle stealing, and in both instances the offences were perpetrated by men who, though perhaps not apparently under the immediate influence of drink, were suffering from the miserablej morbid craving for 'stimulants induced by a previous debauch, and who committed the thefts for which they wero convicted to gratify their desjres. The offences against property in our' district have been light, and it has also teen free from the 'disgracef...
POETRY. DON'T THIER TO PLEASE ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
[?] : DON'T THIKK TO PLEASE 'lit. JWt think an ynn pass on ''- journey of Hf« That vnn'11 always be clear of the. ' waters of strife,' Thst, fortune will always befriend you | ? DonVfomilv imscine you'll nover receive. A itab in the Hark or » (horn in your sleeve— That friendship willalnaya befriend you. Don't tliii.k you tmell always get praise from your .Don't thiqiJOapleaBO oil with. your wcll-mcuning ? ? -M1V-mr», . , . . ? ' ? Ttut guard Rg«iri't inward vexation s Pon'tlhinlr dlMppDintment will never rebuff to» ! Thit erivvj-'or haired, or'pMrle will ne'er cuff you, 5'liat\b]eel'ed .wil! be yourjocuiionV '.-. If vnu.should tint, a littKconapIcuoiis. stnna1, lUVill and ill nature will.pluck ouUhe hand, To holtier. nnnnr, and distress yon; 'Great holes will be picked in join derontish cost, And slander will send its false rumours afloat. C ??' tlt'fortttho should alighfly cireeijba. :? ' ' .The world is rompoted of a termagant. crew, ' Ihe knowing ones many, the iannrHnl few, All...
SYDNEY. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
SYDNET.U .-'.' ?'?? ?/ Flour, fine, per ton, jElfro£liij(i ? ' -Wheat, per bushelf t lo It OF' ' Maize ditto, 8- Ii 4 ' Oats ditto, »s 61 i ,,' ..- . . Branper bushel-ls Jd *f- . ' Pjtaloes, per ton £5 *' ?/?., I - Hay, ditto, tl to £* * / Lf-I ?
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. The Protestant Political Association passed resolutions disapproving of the Ministry at a meeting on Monday evening. ? The Hon. W. C. Wen'tworth returns to Sydney by the December mail. Government, if, is said, desires to reinstate Mr. Duncan, but Mr. Bernays refuses to vacate his post in the Customs in Mr. Duncan's favor. ' . . A crowded meeting was held in St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, on Monday evening, at which the Bishops of Sydney, Melbourne, Lichfield and New Zealand, Sir A. Stephen, ?to., were present.. The labonrs-tn* Bishop Selwyn in New Zealand were referred to by several speakers, and hearty wishes for hia success in England were expressed. It was also resolved to make an earnest effort toraise funds for the completion of the Cathedral prior to its consecration. A serious accident happened on the Great ?Western line some two miles from Parramatta, ?on. Tuesday morning. As the up gnodstrain to Sydney, composed of a number of trucks laden with billet. ...