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Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 5TH, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 March 1866

Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 5TH, 1865. (Before G. Forsyth and J. H. Wallis, Esqs., Js.P.) STEALING A BUCKET.— John Keaghn was charged with stealing one bucket from a sheep station on the Urangeline run, on the 25th ult. Senior-con stable Foley deposed to the apprehension of the prisoner; John Alexander Rose stated that he was overseer at Urangeline, and that, on the 25th ult., he was told that a bucket had been stolen from one of the sheep stations ; the bucket was left at a tank near the hut for the use of the public as well as the people of the station ; heard the prisoner had taken the bucket and started after him; came up with him at Mr. Chapman's head station, and found the bucket near his cart ; the huts had been frequently robbed on the station, and he wished to prosecute the prisoner to make an exam ple ; the bucket was marked "horse-bucket," and he identified it. John S. Blase, storekeeper at Urangeline, identified the bucket produced; placed it at a tank on a sheep station...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 March 1866

.ocal Entelligence. Tas Tows.-The accounts which reach town of the state of the surrounding country are anything but encouraging. The rains with which we were visited a few weeks since were an incalculalle blesing, and were the means of saving an immense amount of stock ifrom absolute starvation, but they were not by any means either copious or gene ral enough to satisfy the-wants of the country, or to relieve the stationholders of all apprehensions for the future. On nmany of the stations the water is again getting alarmingly low, and the feed which began to spring quickly after the rain is now again falling off from the want of moisture in the soil, The state of affairs on some of the rims on the Morseool is represented as frightful. On no part of this creek was the rainfall as heavy as it was intthis district, and some portions of it were not blessed with so much as .a single drop. As might have been expected the mortality amongst the stock has been terrible, and if rain does not...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO.'S REPORT. Wednesday, March 7, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

MELBODURNE. P?oW5, BUTH?BfPORD, AND CO.S REPORT. i " . . . .. . W edn esday , M arch 7 , 186 6. Sat Cattle -Number i, 889. Thiswas a much mie moderate ~siipply than had--been expected, and, in p'oint of 9uality, ' i ra~ther below tle average, the grfeator portin being' only .from middline to. inferior. There was a.bise 'demend, and a largeattendance of buyers, so that.thb yards were' rcdid eleated at an advanes on late rates A diaft' if ItheD id diamond brand frbm .Oipps Ltiand wiere th'e best:in ; they were very heavy weiehia,sand, as there wasnothing.forward to compete against;them, they made a high aversage. Altogether, the market.was a very datisfactory one for sellers. Our sleqwere l74 : Quo~tations o d. A.0s. d. Prime bullocks ..: . , 12 0 O, to 15 0 0 Goodquality'do;... !1? .; 10 10, 0 to L1 10 0 Middling do .. . .. 710 0 to 9 0 :0 Infeorido. .';.·';. . . &4 0 0 to.. 6 10 0 Prime cow.. ... .i .' .: 8 10,? to.10 0 o0 Good do. .t.8. ... .7 0. . to 80 0 Infeiordo.... '.....

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Commercial. F. A. TOMPSON & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

Etoxttmercial. F. A. TOMPSON & CO. Report trade rather more fat thuan last week, The court and the grove have had it all their own way, since Aonday last. A cautious stream of forensic cloquence (?) by day, and -the thrilling influence of those enchantiny humanniyhtiuzas (the Afeodames (arandin by night, have ket the town in a state of excitement during the week. In the latter case, the people have "paid the piper " toa pleasanter tune than anything eman ating from he throat of a law-giver, or the " beak " ofiastice. Still no rain. This continued dry weather is telling forcibly on all interests, and its phyoicaleffect on grass and water is most incredible. There has been, during the past asi weeks or two months, greater evaporation than during the period fron the beginning of last spring to the date of rain fall, and the influence of the atmosphere on ve getables has been more destructive than we can remember to have noted. The agricultural and pastoral inteieste are fervous...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

~WeD0l of flje PItgek. Two. armed-men'stUck up MLr. H. Deane and a carrier and.hiss aon, at Crown Ridge, noar Mudgee. The men were identified, and are said to reside in the neighbourhood.-The, Queensland Government have taken one of the sections of Sir Morton Peto's railway contract out of his hands, and have put.on four hundred additional men on the works.- Cases of sannatrobke have been of frequent occurrence of late, in Rockhampton.-A mar ried woman of sixty years of age lo0t her life at Montifiores, near Wellington,' last week, from the effects of severe . burns caused by her dress atching fire.-Great distress is be ginning to manifest itself amongst the agricul turial population in the', Bathurst district. IMany families are represented to be.on the. verge of etarivation.-An accomplished youig lady named Mary Melver was washed off the deck of the steaminer Black Swan, as the vessel was entering the heads of Hobson's Bay, last week, on her voyage from Tasemania.-The foundation s...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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DENILIQUIN. Friday, March 9, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

DENILIQUIN. S . ' Friday, Maich 9, 1800. Summer has evidently broken udp and we expect no mord of the hot, windy, and dusty.days, and sultry nights:. which :revatled .for the last four or five months. The summerof'68 will long.beremembered in Riverino as one of.the, most disagreeable to' man and disastrous to stock. But. the worat.anticipations have not been ,ealised. In Southern Riverina the losses in stock have' not been so great; this is to be attributed.to the fact that most of the runs were not overetocked, and that there was not averylarge quantity of old sheep and cattle here. The division and sub division of runs south 6f the Mursumbidgsse has brought' every nook and corner into use, and, as large sums have been spent in providing water for the stock, to these ciroumstances may be attributed the modera tion in losses from drought. The experience of the past season cannot fail to toach the squatters of the saibusk country that they may safely go on improv ing their rrne, and ...

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WAGGA WAGGA. MARCH 16, 1866 Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

WAQGA WAGGA. S xamCc 16, 1860 S' riday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. L a. d. Flour, per ton (Fine) ............... .8 0 0 eondloer, perton..o... . 2 0. 0 Wheat, por bhel .... . to ' 0 0 10-0 Hay, per tonb(Wheates .)... ..... 16 0. 0 Hay, (Best bten) .er tn... .......... :18. O 0 Bras, par bos.el .................01 O 1 6 .Pollard, per bushel '..·'i i ~ ' ·~:?: 0 ·1 6 Oats, per bnseos -.;.; `;'''"'';: "''OlO 10 Corn, per lnahel (Onone offeing) ~.::. . i~.-;iJ 0a 12o Petatoen~~pes newt.'(nsse) '.. . .·::'-: $ :!0 :0 ·0 Botter,.pe lb;. (iin'ne) 000 Cheese, per lb. (nonel ;~~'':' ~. .' 00 0';r Bacon, per lb. ............. ......0 1:; ··!0·: · .0 Eggs, per dao. ... ...;1;'.;:; ~ _

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

EROOLONIAL EXHIBITION. m no apology is necessary for again g the attention of our readers to the indicated above. Amidst the apathy ubject which so generally prevails, we least that our voice may be heard. ydney Morning Herald on the 15th gave forth an utterance on the subject. is an apparent want of hearCinees in icle, which consists of some tame and ated common places about the spirit should animate colonies sprung from fnmon stock, and then in beautiful con *y goes on to tell the people of Mel that it is very wrong for her to grudge outh Wales her beautiful harbour, and uth Australia will be very naughty if ies because she cannot have Tasmania's mparable climate." With a sneer but uppressed at the probable effect of the ition being anything "beyond a mere ing of the separate. produce of each ," as if all colonists were of the Herald anid'vaunting were their natural ele ,'with. the. expression of a desire to t the meeting from its original purpose, Sonvert itinto "a congress to es...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

ST. PATRICK'S DAY R1ACES., The entramices for the above races were made last night at the Australian Hotel and the event drew together a strong miiuster of persona wi6'wtre in terested inthe result. At 10o'clock the Secr~etary, Mr. D. Bergin, declared the Handicap for the St. Patrick's Purse, and announced that the 'under mentioned horses had been entered for the races rhich we have specified below For thtie aiden 'late there were not sufficient entrances, and this race will therefore bi kept open lintil ten o'clock this (Saturday) moiing, ' The follbwing is the handicap for the. St. Patrick's Purse of 40 soves., with a sweep of one sov., each, to go to' theseconid horsse. for all horses, to ,be hindicapped by the Stewards, or, whom they may appoint. Two miles,"oie event. Mr. J. Brooker's b.g. Cooramin, 5.yrs... 7 10 Mr. C. Crisp's bk. :g. Duke, aged..... '?..,.8 i.0'. Mr. R. Higgins's.h.g. Young Iartin, ? yrs 85 5 Mlr. C. Cox's b.g. Danger, aged......... 8 0 Mr. W. Rudd's.b.g. Albu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

KAYER' WORSDEL'S, PILLSI, :, :' rTIESE PILLS' are :a purely- ~vetablo' : . - ' preparation, and may b ttken gt any thme by"" " ither sex withoa? fear of danger. .They act uponthe . • bowela mildly yet effeetttallyi and by their:hne tonic,. aromatic, and apeioent properties, they re'?ove all oppressive aceumulationi, rrgaltte" the' seeretion a of . the; liver and" boaels,' strengthen the stomach, and. parify ,the Ilood. Unlike many remedies, they db, vnotinduce iliehi lity to take cold or esoatlteb a nears-. . sity for tha habituanl use of pargatives, and are thus serongly recommended as'the ,.,BEST FAMILY MEDICINE. ' r o Emigrants and.Persons residing In the Colonies these Pills are Invraluable, as thle very nummero ', : •Tettlonials hitch reacsh the Proprietor as the spn ti taaeohs eopressions ofgratitade on the lart of heads ', ".of tamilics, and others. ptons that;" ensettt in rare . , . tiaonens; where Kaye's WVorsdei's Pills are ased a . Nf'QiTHER MhuDICItN th EVER REQUItIID: '...

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Telegraphic. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Sydney, Thursday, March 15. The English Mail has arrived at Adelaide. Wreck of the London, steamer. Appalling Loss of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

ARRIVAL. OP THB ENGLISH MAIL. - Sydney, Thursday, March 15. The English Mail has arrived at Adelaide. Wreck of the London, steamer. Appalling LoBe of Life. Two Hundred and Twenty persone drowned, including Dr. Woolley, the Rev. Mr. Draper, G, V. Brooke, pa?d~pa nuber of old colonists. Terrific Gales on the.English Coast. Four Hundred Vessele Wrecked. Lose of the London steamer on her out ward voyage to Melbourne. For five days after leaving England, the London experi enced fine weather, hut was then encountered by a tremendous hurricane in the Bay of Biscay, and dismasted. The sea rose fear fully, and all the boats, with one exception, were either smashed or swept overboard. The Captain refused to leaveothe ship. Nine teen souls embarked iiinthe only boat, and the ship soon after foundered, with two hlnidred and twenty persons on board, all of whom were drowned. Amongst those that were lost were Dr. Woolley, G. V. Brooke, the Rev. Mr. Draper, and a number of old col onists, returnin...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

Sitocal .ntilligence. . T:·i Towir.--The past week at the Police Of?ice hasbeen an extremely busy one... The accumuln tions of aboutfour months ofpetty litigation in the Court of Requests have beenhappily wipe;d off, and the;hard-ups of the district may now safely exrperimentalise upon the credulity of. tick-giving tradesmen, untroubledby thedisquieting visions of an avenging bailiff. for many a long week to come. There were no less thanthirty-three cases set down for trial in this court, and their hearing .brought Stogether.a crowd, of suitors and witnesses, whose presence gave quite an air of animation to the streets. The sittings of the.court are held at most inconveniently long intervals, and theresult isthat a great press of busineashas to be disposedof all at once, and the magistrates and oficers of the court have to;work for an unconscionable number of hours to get through the list with' a reasonable time. In other towns that we could mieitioni these courts are held much more...

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Facetiæ. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

' Your Fare. Miss!''.-A young lady from the ruraldistrictsof.Hoosierdoii latel irisited ?Chi'cagb with her beau. : Getting inito a city railroadci car for .th first time. bhe .to-)k her seat, while her.ldover planted hiniself" on the, platform. with the driver.. V~rv soon tihe cndulcthr began to collict fare, ald, aiproich-. inlg the rustic, maiden, he said, "your fare, miss." Tile Hoosier rosebod allowed a delil cate pink to manifest itself upon her cheeks, and looked down in soft colnfulsion. TIhe oonductor was rather astonished at this, but ventured to remark once more, "'your fare, miss." This time the pink deepened to car nation as thie rustic beauty replied, " wall, if I am good lookin', you hadn't ogt t, say it out loud afore folks e" Never pay a bill on ion-it would look as if youon of hobeiety At thde seconid tidme of'resentinag you mayr: coi'eider abont it, and seays " Call. again." Third or fodirth .time,. you. inayb&i either not at homie or obt of ;moniy ; arid. ...

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Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 12TH, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

* jolict Souurt. MoNDaY, MA~cH L2rn 1888. (Before G. Forsyth, J. H: WallK, and W. O. 1Yiiiiaiuqiv Mw;; D. ___ charge wa brought op and remanded for medical evidence until Tuoeasda.. " . Daunx AND DIsoaRDaRLY.-Williain Dougherty wasr hhought up onhe above charge; and was can tioned and diaciharged. Oasca?u LANoUAoL.--ohnoy Boyle, a boy of thirteen, who stated that he oould not read, anddid not know his father's chrisitian name, was charged ~ger q~dlwih flty agin "-..he ? on 8undPy, .but the~erge~m_ ,?aad hie did not wish 'to r the charge,' and the boy wa therefore ccautioned and diacifr TuEsDAYA, 13. Befeore 3J. W.. allia WI1. Widevar. and .J.. Fe?eell, Esqal, Js.P.) AssAur.-James MaLson waahaged with as ,ulting the barman of the Commercial Hotel. Predenrak Gause stated that, on the previous even ing, the prisaroner came to his house with some other men and called for some glsses of liquor, and that, after drinking, he would not pay for them; some words enaued with the banoa, whom th...

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Parliamentary Summary. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

* Ipiariamentarxg imnmarg. I LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. . . STEeSAT,a' MAOH 6. ;Mh. Rodd moved, that in theoopinion of the I 'House the present export dutyorii goldi 'iunjust and impolitic, is injurious to. the pron "erity'of' the gold-fields, a tax. upon an in= 'djiistjr'.parbaudd under great difficulties, and ougght:th refore to bea olihie'd. He trusted . hat.:.the Goverinentiin',: thee present con-= d: aition:of the revenue 'would be .able to hold ;. I "iit.aeme aBsiriance tliat the impost would be Sabolislied.-Mr. Eager said *thet though the r -evenue was in a more flourishiig, ecndition Si than when this question was last beoughit be .ore the House, still the Government .were -. notypt io'a position to give up such anim . Iportant item, ; The, Goverinment were not .unfavourable to the abolition of the duty, and were'.willuing'to:abide 'by. the resulktpf. the : neaskre before'the Victorian Parliament for h.t ,e abolition of the duty. If the motion was . withdrawn,: he would give an. ...

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MR. ROBERT SCOTT ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

SRM. ROBERT BSOTT BOSS.: AT the Yass .Police Court on the 7th instant, R. 8. Ross was brought up on remand to ans; wer a charge of obtaining goods under fplse pretences. . Mr. Allman for prosecution,: aBd Mr. Wil~ kinson for defendant.. Mr. Ross,,who aiippeared -to have suffered severely from his confinement, was allowed a chair by the -side of his'counsel. The former depbsitiions were read over by Mi.. Harper, for the Clerk of Petty. Sessions; E. J. Sargerit,-examined :-'Amld cleric in the City Bank, Sydney; .have been,there since. its establishient ; never had, standing inithe: books of our biank, an account of Robert Scott Ross; the produced cheques were presented at our bank on. the 22nd February; they were not paid, because there was no account in .the. name of the drawer: do not. know defendant. - This was the case for the Crown.;, For the defence, Mr. Wilkinson said there, was no pretence; nor yet was there any intent to defraud. He contended that .as.Mr. Ross gave the* chequ...

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Court of Requests. MONDAY, MARCH 12TH, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

eon#I of _eqzet0.. MonDAY, MAca 12Ha, 1868. (Before O. Fo lth, end W. O. Windeyer, saqa., Js.P.) JomN Dite v. Ah Gain, halance of purchase money of horse, £2. No parties. Gibbes v. Roohan, balance of professional costs, £8 18s. 4d. The defendant did not appear. Judgment for plaintiff for amount claimed. aT.Hart v. W. Beeson, goods sold, £6. Mr. wi1n appeared for the plaintif. The plaintiff in this cane, a butcher, had supplied to defen dant, a toanne, hides to the amount of £6, and brought this actionto rel?vertheir value. He admittted ar net off of £I 18a. ior apair of boots which he had obtained from defendant. The d fezgant admitted having received the hid but said that nome of them had been delv& anid ordered the plaintif to sendno more of. I They had remained at the yard ever, e~n but 'had, never beisuoned. He also ind Lua set off to the.amotint of £3ls. 0e.`d ft o)·ots' supplied -to ~Aaintiff and one of hiscu~n. :Thp eidience of the drincspashsm the c4se aJvery conflct...

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Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

4Forbe?. [FRnoa onn own connEsPoONDN r.3 No rain has yet fallen to refresh the surface of the country; the grass is consequently dried up'and withered, and bush-fires, on rather a large scale, may be seen burning nightly within a few miles of this place. At Snullivan's station, about. 150 miles down the river, and some other places, a great number of men are employed in maklngexcavations for the storage of water, but the total absence of this indispensable element on the majority of runs in.the Lachiandistrict checks, fora time, the execu tion of any works whatever of this nature for the present. .A fatal accident occurred at Sullivan's station last week, the victim being a young man belonging to this town named George Thompson, only nnes teen years of age. He was engaged with several other laborers in excavating a large reservoir, when amass of-some fifty or sixty tons of over-hanging earth caved in and completely buried him, the others escaping untouched. On being dug out, it was ...

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Colonial Summary MR. MACLEAY ON RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

·s:~l1 1~ .'~'o~6 oi~E.hIuf ~j~nmmaoj • ?:!?:.?'MRi MA~iZEAY ON RAILWAY) - EXTENSIONl. ~~ -f: .:.: i. .• ,?,?szo :~ , ? :Ib' thle Legislatve--A~sembly' o~.the tlths Mr LuIcas moved-a" That, in the opilnion of :thisi House, it is absolutely necessary to the present 'anid future welfare of this, colony, that cheap and expeditiosp transitshould be provided to open up, devel p,-and diraw to this tity, the :vast .agricultal, .m'ineral,- and pastral re sources of Neo South Wales; that a lArge and! .;immediate e*(ensioil of riilways should be "effected; and that, having these bbjects in view, the Government should cause the earliest possible survey to be made of-the- countrjie between Gqslbhurp and the Murrumbidgeh River, and alsb between Bathurst and the Mur rumbidgee riyvr, with~ the .view of determi ning upon i- th iost des:.rable route for a main trunk (life .of railway between Sydney and that Riv6r." In the course of the debate which followf~idMr. Maclesay said itwas difli cult to ove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 March 1866

HolLowAy's Pmas.-Billioua complaints and ir regularities of the system produced by deprevd or over-abundant bile can 1ways be corrected by a few doses of these inestimale Pills, which are everywhere admired for their rare combination of mildness and power, for, thoug they conqner with ease and rapidity the most obstinate disease, they never weaken tne stomach or necessit~te any inter raption of ordinary duties or amusements Onthe contrary, they increase .the- apptite, trengthen the organs of digestion,give increased energy and the animal funotions, and fit both hand fresh exertions. The sick and en easily disoever what a happy revolation -.have t~h powrt to elecit en tbeiisn .. ·-:;: · :: '

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