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TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
TVMUT. (FROM OUR CORRESrotTOBNT.) Ootobeb 5m— The sultry heat we were experiencing when I last wrote culminated on Monday in a thunderstorm, accompanied by strong gust3 of wind. There must have been a fine fall of rain towards Kiandra, as there -iHlftMiyperceptible rise in bTTr fiver nn the following morning. The storm which has proved a great boon to vegetation generally, has caused some little damage by laying the wheat in paddocks where the crops are remark ably heavy, and the wheat crops around Turont do look^magnificent, which fact should encourage the farmers, as from the influx of squatters and their employees the local con sumption of flour will be largely increased. I learn that the. price of wheat is likely to rise at Wagga Wajjgaf. that crops have already been cut for hay, and that in the Western district rust is very prevalent. In tho way of all kinds of stone 5 fruit our orchards promise superabundance: Never before have I seen such a show of plums and apricots,' but th...
GUNDAGAI DISTRICT COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH. (Before Mr. Deputy-judge Wilkinson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
CVKVAGAI DISTRICT COURT. 1 Friday, November 6th. ' (Before Mr. Duputy-judge Wilkinson.) In consequence of the continued illness, of. Judge Francis the hearing of the causes of thB| District Court were postponed until Friday, W. H. Wilkinson,- Esq., barrister, being ap pointed to act as judge. ???-' : '??' ?'?? ' ?_ The cases of the-f cee-selectors at Tarrabandm v. M'Eyoy, and other jury cases were -adjofirn- cd until next sitting of the court. The other causes on the list were then proceeded 'with' and disposed of as follows :— ~' J. Plows v. J. Ftoon, pro. note,. £34 14s. 8d., continued over till next sessions. T. Viscent v. Bailue aiid Chaldee, work done;. £16. 14s. 9d. Settled. Mo'Co'nnell and Co., v. H. MoKenzie, pro. note .£31. Summons not served. ?? ?? J. Deiohton v. J.-McGreoob, goods sold .£21 12s. 6d. Defendant :did not appear. W. Dsighton proved that defendant had- been supplied with' goods to the amount of £33 12s. 6d., had paid £12 on account, .and still, owed the sum ab...
GUNDAGAI QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND. (Before his Honor Judge Francis.) [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
O CXDAGXI Qtr-E7!B2J SESSION^ MoSDAT, NoVBMlEIt 2ND.';; (Before Tiis. Honor Judee. Francis.) lCotwith»taiuUng .his. extreme -illness his Honor Judge Francis opened the Conrt at 10 o'clock en Monday morning. The legal gen tleinen' present' were Messrs. Forbes, Crown' Prosecutor. Ot. M. Stephen, barrister, and J. Eobertson, solicitor (Tumut.) . Air. James Crowq,_of Qobarralong, took-the usual tiuths as Justice of the Peace of the territory., ' ' | , ' * , .' t : There were only two cases of saddle stealing to be tried. . ? Geokoe Fitzgerald pleaded' guilty to. stealing a saddle, bridle, whip, pair of leggings, knives, and a ' fork; the property of Kobert Kiley, innkeeper. ?, The particulars of. .this. case w«ro reported in our last issue. Ou the '23rd- ult. prisoner left the service' of Mr: Kiley, stole the. saddle from the stable, and sold'it for.30s.'to Thomas Davis, blacksmith'.'of South Gundagai.' Sen tenced to six months hard labour in Yaas gaol. ' John Watson was charged with st...
A Solemn Admonition to Debilitated. . [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
A Solemn Admonition to thr' /) Debilitated. . n f(B. GEO. FRED. THOM.AS, Li(!enti»te'oT the \J ..rBoyal Collsijo uf Physicians, 'London, 1861. Member of tho Royal Co'l.!ge of Surgeons, Lindou, .;?...'. , ; 1859, ;„ . . . ? Maybe conSilentfallycnmnlte'r either personally or by letter, containing a fee of £1, in all cases when the as-iMar,ee of a pi yiiciau i-;lieee«sary— buL'e-p«. i-ially in tho'e arising from an oafly abuio of the laws of nature, reauliingin tlteloas'ofiiroonwiire power, or impntenoe throujh the debilitated condition ol thn organs -of- generationi norvousneim, nUtihlng. ex* haustini! nocturnal' emissions, * 'impaired 'memory want of enurev. avoidnnce : of aocietv. eruutiona ol the skin, rheumatic pains, ulcerationi nf the, mouth and throa', lossol I ho hiir, sore's on the heal, en largement of I ho glands, and- a vitiated eonilition ol the hlnnd-and secretions. - * '.Dr Thomas would impress upon the minds nrthp nublio that he is the only-legally qualified physirian ...
TUMUT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD.—Before the Police Magistrate, and E. O'Mara Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
-?- TUMUT.- ~ TtiESDAY, November '3rd; — Before the Police ' Magistmte, and E! O'Mara Esq., J.P. '-AViijLIam Brady, assistant a't the' Beehive store, pleaded guilty to selling four bottles of Old Tom to Charley Ah Yoii, on the 22nd ult., without possessing a ret iii HcenseT Fined £30 and costs, or two mouths' imprisonment, Smith v. McKEffziE. Plaintiff who was employed |by~Hefeirditiit'U-. work, at the Tu-nut , tannery.took proceedings to recover £.16. due to him for wages. ? Defendant left home some three weeks ago stating he would return in a few days,' but sinci then had not been heard of, and is supposed to ;havo left the district. Verdict for plaintiff for £13 14s. or defen dant, in event of non-payment, to be ! impri soned 14 days. '.'. ' , , ? '?Tiio'masi Corry wns charged by 'Daniel Dnnohoe With feloniously removirtg part of his dwelling house at Mondown Creek. The house, it appears, is situated on a free-sclectioii the title to which is disputed. Case dismissed, the bench n...
A Warning!!! [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
!^'J^'Tipuffi§-H|wf:!. :????:? -.-. ?..?..::?;'.??.-: ? .,.;j i rr, ;-tjH) iws. ?.?.-(:? DO ;yoi» Buffer.' from- phy«inl7 inisapsflity P -Are ? ,you,»un-rine.f,ri)nirjo-»ouV rlebihtv.P,, Hm.t .you hoeii the, iii.ilty'.rhttiin ofaiiy Hocrpt 'vice? ? Do 'you VufiervTroin li'iet'bf'gyriptoiiia liearij'ah'ih niofe or leu I0'tns-Iouowing:i-A protty'fair condition bl heilth, not yot p,n.i(ii(oly ill, but » feoling upon you that you are nut quitB.ri.jht , «m»UI»«.|.« teinlenot to deapondenuy ; a «liglit qiwas jnniil Inns of,raeioory.i ?ometiines a mnknom ur.rntt 'the mniill of tho baol '?ndlbin'Ki on waW.ij a'feeliny »? if-'unrefraiheiii i' a luennral (lepre*ibnj a ? wnnt: of piuuk,- as: itr were j lew de»ire lor uu-in-3-a than foronorly, and 'you art .troubled .with, a certain. feeling -of .ucrvouaueis, .a liui of power. . . ? ,' ? ?„''.', ''...' ' ?'. ; If Jon are, to ho wdrnmi in time, you harp .now tho' mean*' ami opportunity of beinj reirored to health '. It U.ot this atoge that your ...
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
'6 (JSp A9 At. ',-? ' . . . ? - tt ;, .ii ; f ? _ : I .? .-. - ..... , -^Tht fo'lmoing Prioti Current ar a corrtefeintrf weti from tht loltit papers to'kati.—Ei.] ?;-',\v\-r Flour, (8ne) per ton: £14 (o £W'l6iiv ? '' W Wheat, per bur.hel.wtjfa. 1 ' : ' '??? K'U^ij.W^ -MoiH.fditlo S» ti).3«6i j'.j ? ,t:-,' .':/' , -Oats, ditto, 4- lo 4s 3J .-. . ,. . ,. ,- Bran, ditto. Is ' . ,'.' ' T '','.. '.: '. Pbtatoes/nur ton £S to SS^iiitei), .''.'' ? ' -Hay.'per ton, £3 ?'.'?' ?'' '..'?; :?? '? - '? ' -' : .Butter fresh 8d perlb v:iv, ?..:.:.'. ; ?j Bacon; BJ per lb,, ,, ... . Q. ... , . ...- .- figss per.dKtsrLTH^; ... , ..(5- ?? -, ' ? Oiiions-per lb 2.1 ? '' '?'?'? -; -l ? ' ''?Bwadab toaf ;6d--(r«tell)- — ;, ? .: ?
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
?: -??; ? ' OREXFEiLir'-l ?' ' ?? -FldurJ p«r ton, £ljr 2'**f '?'?? ?? /? ''Bran, per bushel, Is fid .' :A-»/u-:;: -, i.-Jlali', dM°,4'*-r-'-li* ;*/'! *?:'.?' : ,.Hayrper.ton,.£#,*, . ;; 5 , ? .qiiau; ditto'; £/,.*,. .'?..;'.,?, ' ,' .Oats, per bushel' 6» ' ' . '7/C ''' ' ' '?' Potatoes, per ow't/ft tott/I™
TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
T'UjrVT. ? F\bur finejifier ton. £18 to .1)14- ? ) Bitto secpnds ditto £& to £13 ?:?-'??' Whea'tper bushel; 4i 6 J-to16«'- ??'?''? -^ :o : LJ.Br'an'.ditto la ?; '' ?-.:-?'.? ---.i ,[ ; ^ 'Potutoo, scarce ? ? r ?? ; -. ;„, (7.0at». per.bu.ihe'i.4s , :'..', -.,/ '.... .. .', — V ' MoUo per bushel 2t 6d (in. oob) . ' '''?' Mayaertont3 ?? ' ;': ? t^^_ ??-W(:--::3; .-S.-. !-.Butter (fresh)' V ft 61 nodemSiy-^^fe; ^ ;??' i!'Bgg», pefdozen,4d ?? '???;; -.j;-. ?:..*'''- ..-.. jjacon yU-6d. , , , ... ,, . ;?; .....' ; .',' 'Onions per lb.' . ..'.-. ? '. '?' ?? 'Bread Zlbloal 4.1 (retail) ':?'-'?'
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 November 1868
NEWS OF THE WEEK; The Cootamuridra correspondent of the ,' Yass Courier,', who candidly describes him self as a ' small beer chronicler,' has plucked up courage from the proposal the 'Albury Banner' mentioned of running a mail by the road that passes through the township lie honors by residing in to Wagga Wagga three times a week, aud complacently urges that such an arrangement would suit, .remarkably well. Gundagai hits nut increased lately, while Cootamundra aud the various towns and i villages in its locality -have (they call a public house andtwo huts a town, and a gunyuh a village in these parts), therefore let Gundagai be docked of tlirae days a week postal service and let the mail go via Contamundra on those days. Bravo ! ' small beer.' So far from being in a- state of 'splenetic combustion ' — what- ever that is — we are as cool and amiable as tbe weather will allow, and'much amused by your remarks. Wequite forget your correspondence to the ' Yaas Courier,' or we never would...
YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
. 1T4SS^-^ Flour, fine, per tont filB, ,' ,Vj!^ vj Jx Seconds ditto £IVi»~v ,'?'.' ' . Hoy ditto, £2 10) to £3 - . Bran, per bushel, Is ?» v Whoat ditto, 4».6d to 6i- xA Maize ditto, 8s to 8s 6d ? Oata ditto, 3a to 3i 6'i ? &\ Potatoes, per owt.,%5 — nl
BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
SURSJLNCrONa. Flour, r«ton, £13 to.£15 _| Ha; ditto, £B Iu tSL & I Bran, per busliol, la ? II Maizo ditto, 8u Od liu 4s \U 4|b Oata ditto, ia 6d - ? ' ' ' ' Potatoes, per ton, £6 . c
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
OIUINFULL. I Flour, por ton, £14 , 0 lirun, per bushel, Is Gd Maize, ditto, 4s to 5a I Hay, por ton, £| , k Cbaff, ditto, £\ k Oats, por bushel 5s Votutoos, per cwt.7a to 8-
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
QUNDA.GAI. [Tie following Prices Current art corrected tvery Keek from tho latest papers to .hand.— Ed.] Flour, (fins) per ton £14 to £14 10s Wheat, per bu'Jiel, 3s 6d to 3s fM Maize, ditto. 3i to 8« 6d Oats, ditto, 4- lo t-i SJ Bran, ditto. Is .''... Potatoes, pur ton £5 t« £8' (soaroo) Ha;, per ton, £3 '' : Butter fresh 8d per lb - Bacon 5d per.lb ! . . --? ? Eggs per dozen 8d . . G9C/- Onions per lb 2d ' : ^77* . Bread 21b loaf Bd (retail) - Ju ' ? '
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
LATEST FROM SYDNEY. As regards the Ministerial elections we learn Mr. Samuel's re-election for Wellington has been contested by Mr. Holdswotth, but the show of hands was largely in favor of Mr. Samuel, who stated in his address he should not propose any increase in the tea and sugar duties. Mr. Sutherland has been returned unopposed; Mr. Robertson, whose visit to the Clarence district gives great satisfaction, will not be opposed, but it is probable that Mr. Forster may have a struggle for the Hastings electorate. Constable M'Cabe who. was shot at Bourke by Thunderbolt expired on Sunday last. Mr. George Thornton, who it is s;iid delayed his departure in expectatian of being requested to join the now Ministry, is about to proceed to England in a few day.s ? if he has not sailed. The news from New Zealand ia gloomy and discouraging. Many of the colonial troops refuse to serve longer, Kakaramea and the Wereroa redoubt have been abandoned, More settlers' property has been destroyed, the...
SYDNEY, Friday 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Times and Tumut, Adelong and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 14 November 1868
SYDNEY, Friday 8 p.m. [BY ELEOIBIO TELEGKAPH.J It is stated that the Ministry are disposed to repeal the newspaper tax. Forster has arrived at Port Macquarie and Robertson at Qrafton. Both were well re ceived and no opposition is in either case pobable. Mr. Tait cleared over £2000 stakes at the late Melbourne meeting. The Postmaster-General and Mr. Garrett left to-day for Eden. In New Zealand the friendly natives have gone to protect the Poverty Bay district. There has been no more fighting. A great flood has taken place in the Buller river and the jetties have been swept away. The loss is estimated at £20.000. The ' S. M. Herald ' states that the returns of our gold-fields for October are larger than those of any similar period for some years past. The principal increase is in the re ceipts from the Southern, gold-field, which has yielded nearly 50 percent more than during the corresponding period last year. The aggregate receipts by the various escorts during tho month of October ...