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Parliament of New South Wales LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

Parliament of New South Wales LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. . TUESDAY, MARCH 23. IN' Committee of Supply for CovirtB of Petty Session, the sum of £311,357 was asked. . Mr. Luc is said that the amount could bo reduced by £9600 without detriment to the service, or without interfering with a single Court of Petty Sessions. Altogether there wore 91 Courts of Petty Sessions, in 49 of which there wore police magistrates, and in 41 there were clerks of Petty Sessions only. Many of these Courts, having both polico magistrate and clerk of Petty Sessions, tried under one hundred cases in the yeat; one Court had tried only eight cases in the year, and the others went up gradually from that number to seventy and eighty. In some of these Courts, the cost to the country waa something enormous, being in one instance £ CO per case, in another £50, and in several £20 per case. The average cost per case was £9 5s. all round, and he thought this was more than it ought to cost. He proposed then that in all Cou...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MELBOURNE MEMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 20, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

MELBOURNE MEMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] March 20, 1S69. THE recent disclosures in tlie House of As sembly relative to tlie notorious Quieting of Titles Bill, lias resulted in the sitting of a special commission consisting of G. P. Smith (Attorney-General, chair), McBain, Blair, Wrixon, Bates, Everard, Berry, Wilson, Uussell, McPherson, and Longtnore. The revelations now induced have created a pro found sensation. Coupled with the evidence given in Jones's case, they show a state of cor ruption existent in the Victorian Parliament which is almost incredible. It has long been a matter for jest and comment, that members of Assembly have not been absolutely imma culate in their dealings ; but up to the present time no oue has dared to openly express his opinion regarding the system of bribery which has been long tacitly admitted to be current in the House. Now, however, all reticence is at an end, and the public ex" pressed its disgust and dismay in no measured terms, and the proc...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY. From Le Follet. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY. ( From Le Follet. THERE is but little to notice in the way of novelty this month. Full-dress is just now occupying tlie chief attention of our mo distes ; and we still find, as we mentioned last month, that a few young and slim ladies adopt short dresses even at balls ; but these alone can wear them with impunity, for upon a tall or stout lady the effect is most ungraceful and unbecoming. Flowers are very much used as trimming for evening dress. Tulle dresses are sometimes almost covered with bouquets or wreaths, aud even coloured tafl'otas is occasionally trimmed in a similar manner. Velvet and satin drosses are both still in favour; the former are made with flounces as well as with plain skirts, narrow or broad flounces, with a bouillon of velvet as a heading. Tunics, plain in front aud looped up in doublo or triple paniers, vestes with rouud basques, or bodies a la Polonaise, are all much worn. Somo of these costumes are made entirely of velvet or of velvet...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

GENERAL NEWS. W DUIGAN AGAIN*.-We learn from the A lbury Banner that a few hours after Duigan was set at liberty after his trial at the ...Quarter Sessions last week it was found that .another charge, for stealing a horse, was .forthcoming against him, and a police con stable was sent after the delinquent, Duigan must have made good speed, as he appears to have been overtaken about 100 miles from Albury on tire day after his release from prison. He was brought back, and was once more taken before the Bench. Besides the horse-stealing case the police were able at the same time to bring forward a long stand ing charge for sticking' up Mr. Finney, who had just opportunely arrived in Albury. There is 110 doubt but that he will bo corn knitted for trial on this charge, although M,r. Finney only swears to his identity with the .man who stuck him up "to the best of his belief." We hear that Mr. Finney complains of a paragraph that appeared in our last issue, in which we mentioned that a " ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

MELBOURNE. . Thursday. j Messrs. Dalmahoy Campbell and Go. report: Best beef twenty-two and sixpence to twenty-five shillings per hundred pounds. Sixty-two pound wethers twelve to thirteen shillings.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. . Herald Office, Friday, 8 p.m. THE Appropriation Bill has been passed. The House meets again on Saturday evening-. The Government are unable to say when the House will prorogue. The Governor's dinner to the Prince aud Parliament takes place on Wed nesday. The Himalaya sailed, with the Fiftieth, last night. Wool sales, slightly higher. The stock market is fully supplied.

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ATTACK BY CHINESE ON THE CREW OF THE COCKCHAFER. (From the Overland China Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

ATTACK BY CHINESE ON THE CREW OF* THE COCKCHAFER. - i . (Fromi the\Overland:Ghiiia Mail. By'the Kwang Tung'we have news of.a serious disturbance at Swatow.,- It ; appears ithat , the;.boats -of ELM. gun boat- Cockchafer were'exercising m-a creekabout four miles.beyond-Swatowj when their crew were, stpne'd'by some natives; the missiles stirikjfrg,se>TeFal::bjf the men;.: The latter landed and caught : one . pf the assailants, \whom they de tained' with, ithe 'jmtentipn\;,oiFf,ji9,nHjTig ^im. oyer^ tp the native authorities, .and retreated to their boats. A large mob of Chinese, however-suddenly made their appearance fromthe ? village in the neighbourhood, and . being well armed with -gingalls, opened a galling fire on the boat's crew.' The. latter returned the fire with their. Sn.ider rifles, but were obliged ~t'o .' retreat, twelve of their number being wounded, and two (the boatswain and/gunner) not being expected to live. The Toss on the Chinese is said to be' four teen killed ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. No notice will be taken of anonymous communications, and no rejected communications will be returned. NOTES ON THE DROUGHT. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal must be authen ticated by the name and address of the writer. No notice will'be taken of anonymous communications, atul no rejected communications will be returned. ' NOTES OK THE DROUGHT. (To the Editor of the IV. IF. Advertiser.) .Sir,-On referring to my journal, kept care fully, with regard to the weather, during the drought of 1SGG, I find that the first break up and decided fall of rain ocdurred on 15th April. Previous to that there had been no ram, except a heavy fall on 17th and 18th January, and a few slight after showers. I need not say that long before April all the slight benefit conferred by the January fall had been obliterated by the snceeediug dry weather. In my entry for 2Gth March, 1SG6, I find -" weatliSr desperately dry ; how the sheep live, I can'tell; they have nothing but leaves and bushes to subsist on." So that we may assume that the drought did not virtually break up before the rain of 15th April. I...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

7 r y 'AilERICiA.rA 7/' 1\\ I In the House?o'f Representatives at Washington, on "January J 8, the House resumed a discussion'."uponta joint.reso lution for extending the protection of the United^States, to ,Hay ti> and, St. Domingo. In the.'course of the debate, Mr. Ro binson,~- of'New; :;York, proposed :an amendment, saysithe ireport1 in :the, '?.New -York 'Tmesf to-* insert1 before the 'word " "Hayti "Jthat of " Ireland." Steam and the telograph' brought Ireland under the,scope of.;the,proposi tion, and made , Ireland a. coimtry<,ad jacent! to . the; ^United*.; States. .?..;> He wanted Ireland protected.- -The'.heart, and substance*- of- Ireland were in Americas:' ? Irishmen ! were ^ brothers with them, and aliens only to', the Government which bad .held rule. over them for seven centuries. He .had no more , doubt 'that .. Ireland .would,;,be annexed to America than that Cuba would be in the course of time. She would'come-with the natural" laws of affinity; and. ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. w THE STATE OF THE TOWN.-It will be seen from aix advertisement in this day's issue, that an effort is about to be made to get up a Municipality. A meeting has been called for Wednesday next, when the pros and coiw (if any of the latter) of the proposal may be discussed by those interested. We should imagine that a glance at the principal streets of the town would be sufficient to convince the most sceptical. We arc not all as young as we once were, and why, before a man can cross from one side of a street to the other, it should bo necessary for him to risk a sort of amateur flying trapeze performance over a gigantic gutter is not clearly discernible to a steady-going pedestrian. We have had 011c niflit's rain, and the consequence is that the town might serve, by dint of a great efiort of the poetical imagination, for a model of the Lake district in miniature. Gurwood-street, bar the stones and the stumps, and Mr. Edmondson's store, might remind one of Venice, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 March 1869

ADVERTISEMENTS^; , : rt PEC I A L N O T I C E. "THE SIGHT PRESERVED.".'. ' -' .' r ;«BLINDNESS PREVENTED." 'Mr.-ISIDORE M. ROSENTHAL, . Graduate of tlie University of Berlin,' i » Royal Optician and Oculist, ? ;: By special and distinguished appointment to His Majesty tlie King of Prussia _ , His' Majesty the Emperor of Russia . ' '. ? j -His Excellency Sir Edmund Head, Bart. ; ex ; IKI'> Governor of Canada ? ' 1 '?? _ J .His Excellency Sir Charles H. Darling, O.B., : " -' ;'6x-Governor of Jamaica. ' i ' Patronised by their Majesties the late i Queen Dowager, and the King of_Hanover ;; H. R. H. the Duchess of Kent, His Serene . ?Highness the Prince of Leiningen ; their Graces the Duchess of Hamilton, tlie Dowager Duchess of Bedford j tlie Archbishops of > Canterbury, York, and Dublin ; tlie Dukes of Devonshire, Norfolk, Argyll, and Man chester ; the Bishops of Exeter, Lincoln,. Cork; 'Kilmore, and Down. '. ' His Excellency Lieutenant-General- Williams ? ^ of Kars, K.C.B., late...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

AD VER TISEMENTS. CAUTION. ALL persons are hereby CAUTIONED against interfering, without my authority, in any way whatsoever, with HORSES and CATTLE running on CUD JALDERIE and BRAWLAK and bearing the following brands Horses, .NS near shoulder, and NS with 2 under near shoulder; Cattle, NS near rump ; (the N's are writing capitals ;) J AD near and off ribs, and J AD near rump. Any person so offendioig after this Caution will bo prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the Law. J A. DALLAS. Brawlan, Sept. 18, 1868. . ' ' j THE A U ST RALIAN ALLIANCE ASSURANCE; COMPANY. ! .< Established for Firei and Marine Insurance, Assurances of Lives, and Fidelity Guarantee. Capital-£250,006. Empowered under special Act of Parliament, Vict. No. cccv. DIRECTORS: i The Hon. Kobcrt Stirling Andenon.M.Ii.C. John Ilalfey, Esq., J.I'., M.L.A. The Hon. JamcB Stewart Johnston. / Michael O'Gratly, Esq., J.P., M.L.A.: Tho Hon. Captain MacMalion. M.L.A. Tho Hon. l)avid Elliot Wilkle, M.D., M.L.C. Mari...

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SUPERSTITION IN BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

SUPERSTITION IN BELGIUM. The Impartial do Soignies devotes five columnB to a description of a new Ecstatic naned Louise Lateau. It appears from the statement of the Belgian journal that for some months past this young girl presents every Friday the phenomena which are called the stigmata of the PaBsion. She has on her hands, feet, and over the heart sanguineous blisters which exude abundantly. The ordinary functions of life are suspended; The eyes open, and, turned obliquely towards heaven, appear to be attentively fixed on some object. The pupils are dilated, the' face is pale, the mouth partially opened, and the features express! a sentiment of admiration,;mingled with a sweet sorrow. At times, the object she seems to contemplate produces a painful starting. When not in ecstacy, she is in catalepsy. At 3 o'clock she starts up all at once, and suddenly .flings herself on the flags, without the least attempt to protect her face with her hands ; yet she receives no injury. She remain...

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THE STATION AND THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

THE STATION AND THE FABM., ! How TO GROW WHEAT.-A Rocky River correspondent writes as follows : -"It became my privilege, some years back, to be the associate of an old Kentucky farmer named Mackay, of Scotch descent. His laud was a very deep black mould, formed in strata by decomposed vegetable bodies, and consequently, while new, avory rich soil. His custom was, immediately after harvest, to sow his wheat again, which would be accomplished within two months, at the latest, after the preceding harvest. He' was very par ticular as to his seed wheat, and always gave the preference to a fine, large, clean grain of the white Lamrna9 or golden drop; also, to a large white Egyptian bearded variety; but what ever sort, it had to undergo a most careful hand-picking, so as not to allow of the slightest mixture, or any but the largest grains to pass for seed, of which lie would never sow more than half a bushel to the acre, and sometimes on land ploughed very deeply and harrowed well; but in...

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS. (From the Chicago Evening Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CHI CAGO AND ST. LOUIS. (From the Chicago Eoenxng Pout.) A LA CBOSSE paper, whose editor has been visiting St. Louis, gets off the following clever illustration of the difference between the way of doing business in that city and in Chicago : So little do the St. Louis merchants care for business that they do not send men out and advertise as does Chicago. We cannot call to mind the name of a St. Louis wholesale or retail firm, while we know the names of a hundred or more in Chicago, from seeing the names in print. Here is the St. Louis style. Time, nearly noon. A merchant in his store, smoking his cigar. Enter a country merchant from the interior, when the following dialogue ensues after the country gentleman has dared draw nigh. City Merchant-"' Morning ! Fine day !" Country buyer-"' Morning ; quite a fine day !" Merchant-" Let's see, you are from Calloway. How's things in Calloway ? . Walk back and take a cigar or a glass of spirits!" : Buyer-"Well, I. don'...

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SPURGEON AND NEWMAN HALL. (From the Saturday Evening Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

SPURGEON AND NEWMAN HALL. (From the Saturday Evening Post.) Of course our first thought on our first Sunday in London was the long-talked of visit to hear Spurgeon. We took a carriage from the hotel at half-past 9 o'clock, and rode through Charing Cross and several streets leading to the Thames, over Westminster Bridge, past the splendid new House of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, past Cardinal Wiseman's Cathedral, and "Bedlam," where is still confined the man who attempted to assassinate the Queen, Btime year's ago-through several streets where a pouring throng showed the near source of some attraction, till presently we found ourselves at the door of the " Tabernacle," a plain stone edifice with large pillars in front. A porter led us to the side entrance, - and up a narrow stairway to the Sec retary's room. That official having heiard that we were a party of Americans, procured us excellent seats on the first gallery, about twenty feet from the desk. The interior of the church...

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MESSRS. GOLDSBROUGH BURT, AND CO'S. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

. MESSES. GOLDSBROUGII BUKT, AND CO'S. REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-A moderate supply, and prices firm, at last week's quotations. One very; fine lot from the north averaged 71. WE quote best quality 22s 6d per lOOlbs. . FAT SHEEP.-Market still depressed, the carcase price at the Abattoirs being only l id per lb for best quality. Our sales this week consist of 500 (A. Eyrie's at 6s 6d to 8s ; 500 (Darley's) at 7s. STOKE STOCK.--Very little doing. March. 25th, 1869.

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LITERARY EXTRACTS. AT A LITTLE DINNER-PARTY. FIRST OLD HUMBUG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

LITERARY EXTRACTS. AT A LITTLE DINNER-PARTY. FIRST OLD HUMBUG. DEAR brother Brown, if we could taKc, Such, liberty with time, Asjust to buck his fatal clock To mark' our early prime, When we were barely twenty-three, And prodigal of Youth, Ancl thought all women were divine, All men the souls of truth : If we could feel as then we felt, And know what now we know, ? We'd take more pleasure than we did, Twice twenty years ago. SECOND OLD HUMBUG. : Dear brother Smith, I'm not so sure, 'Tis heart that keeps us young, Aiid heart was ever ignorant, Since Eve and Adam sprung. And if we knew in youthful days As much as when we're old, I fear that heart would turn to stone, And blood run very cold. Yet none the less, for sake of life, Though life should bring me woe, ? I'd gladly be the fool I was Twice twenty years ago. THIRD OLD HUMBUG. Dear Smith and Brown, of parted hours Your talk is void and vain, They're gone-God wot! Let's bless our lot 1 They cannot come again. _ Each>»ge has its...

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MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. I FAT CATTLE.'-We have no alteration of any note to report, last week's rates according to weight ancl quality having been well maintained. The market, moreover shews a decided firmness, which we anticipate will be permanent throughout the coming winter, for anything approaching to good quality. We sold 43 head from 75s to 145s ; 33 head from 94s to 117s. " FAT SHEEP.-The market still continues bare of anything like good quality, the principal part of such have come forward, having been little above stores. We quote best pens weddors, 8s 6d to 10s; medium, 6s 6d to 7s, and dull of sale. STORE CATTLE.-A good demand exists for quiet, well-bred lots of suitable ages for fattening purposes, say from 3 to C years, for other descriptions there is but small demand. We sold 24 head mixed sexes at 4s Gd ; 20 head stores and heifers at 17s. STOKE SHEEP.-For wedders, suitable for fattening, a better feeling exists on the Eart of buyers to invest, the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 31 March 1869

AD VERTISEMENTS. Wanted, , , A. -FEMALE SERVANT; Aripiy at^thei XX Store of .:/>:..> cJ.'i { ' GEOEGE ^ORSYTH^'C!^;-| ' ?' ' '-WaggvWiCgga,.'. f ii.i :-: Wanted::; ch-uijhy j '? T710R WIDGIEWA/ HOME- !STATTON,1: Jj first ; week;: in:-April;-! ai MARRIED^ COUPLE, (with,a useful.Boy,.preferred), the.! man.to be,a. good Cook,tand _to milk, tlxe womaii to act aadLauridiresa'anii-iBianage the' Idairy. '-.i . .r; 'ic- ;:-o'vjApply>to Cj ^SQGNpS, tertK/J ! . Maicl^20^ .1869^,:j vHn-n tor ir.fim.i: irii.yi-;.u. ; J u: r^^T©tt!-- .:; i! r .. .<L ' 'I')'".'! I !'.! IF, XVTLLIAMf.BRE^' will' co'lnmuiiicate! i «' ;with- his' Friends -*t-' WANGARATTA^ lie will/heaivimportant news from -England; j ' To Feiicers. ?' - ! -jj WANTED, FENCERS, with' or without, TEAMS,'. for- BRUSH FENCING., Apftljr to JOHN MACPHERSON,;" S i : v; Temora, Moraugerell,, . ,#>-J .:i; , . ' .Xpuflgj l0 ' " *' .' " t 'in v j Presbyterian Church;,'.^.! ?!' - TIRANA. , j f1 THE REV. T. CRAIG will: (D.V...

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