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RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
S 'RAiILWAY EXTENSION. .'es E;Legislative Assembly, by a majority of twenty to sixteen, have deliberately adopted !the:resolntiori of Mr. Loobs on the subject of railway 'xtension, which not only affirmed the general principle of the expediency of 'effecting a large and immediate exterision of this means odf transit, but also werit to the practile lengtlh f declaring that the earliest pd$ibhle" unvey of the country shonld be m,'de frdm the towns of. Goulburn and Bathiret to the Murrombidgee, with the view of determining the most desirable 'route fpi.nam.sin:truak .ine. of railway from Sydndy to that riter. The Ministry announced that they were 'favorabily disposed towards the p~olicy 'of railway extension, and offered'no opposition to the resolution. We may there forieconicIde that the decision of the House will be'given effect to, and that immediate stepswillbe taken for proceeding with the surveys indicated by Mr. Luocs. The taking of surveys-is an indispensable though but a preli...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
' NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. :r..:ct.mmunicantions for insertion in this journal must o o adreasedcl'to theEditor, and be. accompanied S.by the real name add address of the writer, not n- .'-necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of S.'good faith. Correspondence must he kept within S;-reasonablo limits,?and under no consideration will '' anything of a Rerely personal or scurrilous nature ' it a?insortio'. "In the chse of rejected communi .,..ations, the Editor cannot undertake the return df the manuscript. "i·-·-.-·_?...._ TH ?) TEATU , CH 24, 1866 $ATURDA-Yi t\IPaRC 24, 1866.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
£5 REWARD. STOl.ES or ostayed from Brookong, a large Bay 'J HIorse, aged, branded , near shoulder, DD off -houlder, collar marked, large head.' £2 will be paid for delivery at Brookong, or £5 upon conviction if stolen. . i ' NOTICE.. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. rT'HIS Office wil be closed'on Good Friday 0Othinst. , and Easter Monday, the let April; S . A. COTTEE, Wagga Wiggn, Manager March, 23rd, 180. TASMANIAN SEED OATS. THE best; sample. of Seood Oats for hays also for ha Foed'Oats over offered in Wagga Wagga, to be had o( . ' :' ". ' "" " • ' . * TW. WHITEHAND, • t!* Royal Hotel. March; 23rd, 1860. oyal Hotel. . .... .: ,: The Treasury, New Soutbh-Walcs, S . 10th March, 1866. CONTR1ACTS FOR TIE PIBLIC S flitVICE, S' FORAGE FOR TIlE POLICE; &o. mHE:attentibon of intending tenderersais invited to Treasury'!Notico' dated. 8th March, 1806, and iublished in Government Gaictto of the 9th instant calling for tdnders for the supply of forage at the places enumerated'in said noti...
SANDHURST. RYAN AND HAMMOND'S REPORT. March 14, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
ISANDIIURtST. ETau A? D irt.o,-D's e oN ??o Po . SMarch 14, 1800. . we hi;vo torepoit a very great earceity in fat tattle aid muich?'higher prices are now obtdinable. One lot withdrawn on Thursday fetched fully 20s. per heid more on Mondhy. test beef worth quite s.a pl 100 lbs. Our sales, during the past week, were: BUl Jlance of Mr: Cameron's cattle. t0 head, fair q3ualitv, at .'7 15s.; and, for Mr. Mitchell, 110 he'd prime, at .0.16s. Old. Calves verty searce and dear; we sold 10, middling to good, at £1 8s. lid.
F. A. TOMPSON & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
,:· : A. *TOMPSON &lt;k CO. Trade.mwoderately active during the veck. ::The ex treme rates ruling for carriage, the increased . dity on certain artildes, and tendd valoi'em on Sothere,, added to the package dutly, have neces .irilU indiced d taoilderiable advance on mer "''hatliie,; e2eecially on heavg gon'ds. ,There is not the mnalle.t appareint possibility of a re duction in carridge 'ates, but an aduance rather imnay be:anticipated, and this added to the re ported deficienJcy in the usual shlipments to the beolonies, mnust keep up the price of goods in the countrU districts, above the averagle rates, for some timne. In ?Flour, wheat, tend other agricultuiral: produce, there is no ichange to.report here, but prices of '.bretdstuffs are steadily advancing inn the prin. ciple granaeries of the colonies, anid the late re porte from Chili are oppdsed to the prospect of any great importations fi'romn that quarter. The continued dry weather mnust et speculators on thie quinaive,...
Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA. MARCH 23, 1866 Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
~eOuinrrCi al. WAGGA WAGGA. arln 23. 1800 Friday,6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA 1RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. ' ' s. d. Floiir, per ton (Fine).........;....'. 28 0 0 Secodnds Flobur, per ton .-.:....... ....,. 20" 0 0 Wheat'per bdushel..,.. ;.;. ...:.:0. toi 0 010 0 Hay, pier ton'(\Whcatean) .. ; .. i1 0 0 Hay, (Best ontcn) perton;;... ;...... 18 0 0 Bran, per bushel :.... .. . :.... . 1 PolBard, per bushel ............. O 1 0 Oats ~pcr lusshel 0...:;:.'. .,:I0t10 -0 Corn?"m ?orbbc(?h"ofern). "-:. . ":,0,12' "o 'otatoes, pi"r c?:; i.,.. ..... .. ........ 1" . 0 Butter, per lb..:(none)'..f...r ..;..... :O 0 0 Cheese, per lb. (none..............,.. 0 0 0 Bnacon, per lb. .0....;;........ ..:.. .... .0:' 1 0 Eggs, per doz ................. J..'. :8 2 0
MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO.'S REPORT. Wednesday, March 14, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
MELBOULRNE. POWERS, RUTlERePOlD, AND cO.'s EpORT. . Wednesday, March 14, 1806. Fat Cattle.--Number ini, 1800. This wah: a very full'supply, but nearly one-half were inferior, the re mainder being frpm.middling to good quality, with a small proportion. of prime, The late bare supplies caused the domand'to be protty'active, and, so,far as sales havy yet gonei'good and primo'e quality have maintained prices. There will be-aboist 2'60head of" fered to day, and, as a good number of Ithe trad6 ard' still unslpplied, a aitisfactory sagl may bo expected. We sald 717. . .iiot.tions-. . .. A .d Fs 0. Primoe ballocks .. .... 1110 0.-to 14::7 :6 Gooeed quality do.. .. . 10 to 11 '0 0 Mliddliog do: . .7 0 0to 9 0 0 Inferiordo. 0.. . 40 t? 0 0 Pri?ie cows ..-'; '.. : ..9-9190'0' to 1:-'' 0 0 Good do. . ..... .. ,. ;-8 ' 0. 9to .?9.! 0 fidilingido. 1 0'.1. 10 t . to, 10 0: Inferior do.. . 3 .. ". " ,0 t 0 td0 10 0: Fat Sheep.'-Numbe ?i'n, 11,221i. The markeit was again a glutted' oneh. Th m??hejhb...
DENILIQUIN. Friday, March 16, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
DENILIQU1N. :Friday, March 10,1800. The sun, together: vith'tho northerly winds, have gained the mastery over the springing grass, and the hopeful green has given place to the disheartening brown or brazen hue, as seen in sunshine or on cloudy days. A check has thus:been given to investment in stack, though there are still many buyers anxious to come to terms for young well-bred ewes. We do not hear of any transactions in. these; thley: are to be had for money, and it is prices alone which prevent busi ness. Buyers and sellors:kiow that fonr-and-twenty hours' rain would make a difference of 10 per cent. in prices, and hence owners who can hold do so for the rising market. We notice a sale by Messrs. Dalman. hoy, Campbell and Co. of 7100 owes, four and five years oldid, Messrs. Landale's, at 13s. Od. There is not much to be dreaded from loss of stock from starvation, for the present at all events. as the rains filled many water-holes in tho neighborhood of grass, which pre viously co...
Lower Murrumbidgee. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
¶Lobtl utlurumnbibgee. [PROM OUR OWN OO5RnnRESPODE5 T.) A-Tthis season of the year there is of course little of interest to detail in pastoral matters, and just at present there is even less than the ordinary quantity of matter for a letter available. Want of :rain:is still very severely felt on all hands; the fallswto have experienced having proved altogether insufficient to counteract in any degree the effects of.the'long~ drought, at' least as far as the Lower Murruisbldgee and Lachlan are concerned. It is true that in some of the bends on the more thinly stocked muns a slight amendment has been perccp 'tiblef and thert'is still fair grass in some parts of the back country, but for the most part tlie ground is as bare as a deal board or nearly so. Water in the back country might also almost be regarded as a vestige of creation were it not for the wells that are being sunk in all directions, and but for which ,the sheep owners umight long ere this have shut up shop:. It says no li...
Correspondence. THE HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
. O( t re pone nce., .... THE HOSPITAL. - ,- 7 (To the Editorof the Express.) J - Sn--Within the past few days, I have learntthat the annual meeting of the subscribera to theWa Wagga District Hospital is to be held about'h middle of next month, and therefore think one or two remarks on the subject, just now, not out of place. It will be rcmesibered that some months back, a considerable amount of newspaper corres pondence was carried on concerning its geniral m-s nagcment. As to who-was right or who wrong, it is not my business hero to question. However, as sertions were made by one side,.and flatly contra dicted by the other, and the squabble ended wibh out, much satisfaction to either. party. Now, as the subscribers at the annual meeting assembled will form theproper tribunal forithaettlement of ay. vexed question (if suclh really exist) touqchine ,o boannagement of this useful institution, I would earestly direct their attention to the following'imr .port.ant. smatters : i. Let id...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
Nets of t)e Wkee t. PrTRnoL.UrM in a crude form has been found at Coorong, .South .Australia.-The camels now in! South Australia are being turned to very profitable.account as beasts of burden. Thirty-five have be'en despatchod to Lake Hope heavily laden. Including young ones, there are now 127 of these beasts in that 'colony.-Ayoung man named Edward Mason, who had been employed by the proprietors of Sydney Punch and the Sydney Illustrated News, died suddenly at Woolloomooloo last weeIk. 'Death was caused by a rupture of some of the great vessels of the lieart.---Cap thin Towns is said to be making arrange ments for introducing Coolie labour for the cultivation of his property at Cleveland Bay, Northern Queensland. The climate and soil of this locality are said to be admoirably adapted for the growth of sugar and coffee. A proclamation has been issued by the Queensland Executive Council, prohibiting the civil servants of that colony from contri buting to newspapers.-The Hartley kero...
Parliamentary Summary. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 24 March 1866
ParIitane ttat Sutrmtitnary. LEGISLATIV, ASSE.llBLY. TuEsDAY, 808.'Min . M: n. Donnelly -moved certain 'resolutions -urging' the importance . of giviiig'. greiter facilities for the development of the mineral resources of the colony; and the appointment of .a commission to enquire into and report upon the condition-of the mining interests of New South \\'ales. Mr. 'Wilson: said the Smatter .was under the consideration of:the Government and that a measure, would be submitted at no distant day. MIr. Donnelly -expressed his willingness to accept the assur ance of the Government that further legis lation was-intended and the motion was with drawn.--Mr. Forster moved certain resolu tions affirming the expediency of rescinding the resolution of the Assembly passed on the 20th April, 1865,; in favor of steam commu Snication 'by way of Panama. He urged these 'resolutiond on the ground that the subject was not properly considered when before the House in the preceding Session. The so called ...
A CHAPTER ON LIENS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866
A OHAPTER ON LIENS. So much. doubt exists as to what'really is "a lion" that we beg to lay before our readers a few legal authorities upon the subject, : The following is from Roscoe's Nisi.Prius Evi dence,in treating of actions for conversion or detention of goods. It is unnecessary for us to quote the different authorities. It sets out by 6tating that liens on goods may be either general or special, and then goes on: "a general lion may be proved either by evidence of an express agreement, or of the mode of dealing between the parties, or of the gendralusage of other persons engaged in the same employment of such notoriety as that it may fairly be nresunmed to be known'as' the owners goode. To establish a general lion by eviaence ofthe general usage, the witnesses outht'to be ancient, numerous and important. Where a 'umber of tradesmen come to an agreement n6t to receive tho. goodc of any person who will not consent that the goods shall be retained for a general balance of ac coun...
ASSAULTING AN EDITOR AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866
aSSAUL'ITNG AN EDITOR AT CHnILTERN. - m:laosT amusing scene occurred on Thursday last'in the bar df the Star HIotel, between two gentlemen of lChiltern celebrity-one of high - literary attainments, and the other a person who once helda position which qualifies himn to act in a magisterial capacity. It appears ..thata leading article appeared in a certain ist , htpublished in this dietRict a fewmornings neoe, ~which was, by some means, not calco I: sted to secure the good ,4iinion of this Jus. :. Ie of the Peace. Hosrever, the unfortunate. "ppfn; fletters was engaged looking over his' despatches, just received per Iclbonrnencoach, when the other gentleman walked up and de manded why he should have written about him in such a style. The man of scraps in -.formed him quietly that he had as good a right tboiirte about Liznes any other public Pan. i Tlhis explanation not being satisfactory, and no cow?:hide tieiig.convenient; thea unfor-. tunat6e q uiill-'driecr was given a severe shakin...
DENILIQUIN. Friday, March 23, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866
;'OJ'ENILIQZUiN.: ;·' V. - :~ . Frjday March.23 18,' - " 'It has.'been raining'· all day" is about th' :best news w6 hive chroniclod for a lohg time past.' The fall has;been light,half-an inch, but thero.e, aro good prospects 'of h centiiuance. The rhin' extended to iIay,;but there it was only "sliglhtg, whilst, at' tiana, ltero was no 'full. We think the'country to the west as bboch morle fortunato.,- We hcar ofeoptihucd exer tionsto make. things .safe, or, as we have termed.it, " insuiring against great losses through drought." ' On he Lachlan, Mr. Sullivan has some rather extensive works':oing oni, whilst others are only waiting a sup ply of rain :or their laborers tocommence well-sinking mand dam tnalking. uur. Jennings, of Warbrecan, ad oining Deniliquin, has, we hear, just got a gobd asup ply of splendid water at abdut 175 feet. Each suc cessful effort in this direction not only benefits the lisse'bhit the country at large, .s it proves the exis tence ,of springs in places per...
Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA. MARCH 23, 1866. Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866
AooA WAGGA. )ino 23. 1800 ..". :.: ::'?aoai w?Qa... :.. : : "'- , ' .·~ ~.·' f: !:;;; " : :;;.": ,FridayOpy, .p WaGGA .WA.A.']tETAIL : RI.0E8 OURGfENT. fabAW~ok g allrfu dgR a.d F'lour' por ton (Finn) ',,',,',',;;,,;,'28; d8. 0 Seooidso.Flour; psi ton :.,t 2 0 ' Whoat, hperbuohdl.. .. . .:.. v.0::to .;6 10. ;0 Hay, per ton (Whneaton) ........... .... 10 , '0 Hay, (~Bet oten) prton ..... .. 18 0 0 Bran, por bushel ';, ,. :'?',:? ,, ",,,"' 0 .2" 0 Pollard, per bushel ..: 2 0 Oats, per liushal ...t .... ; . .;. 0~ 1 ?'I: 0 Corn, per bushel(nopo offering), ;..:,. ., 0 12: 0 Iotatono, pc .owt.. .;... : a 8 o Butter,'per lb.' (non) ............,:. "'0 2' '6 'Cheese, pr'lb.' (noon);. : : . ".' 0 '0 '0 Bacon, per lb. ..€.... .. .. .... .' 0.. 1 0 Eggs, por doso:. . 0...... . " -.8."-0. ' :,: O
Colonial Summary STICKING-UP NEAR BURROWA.—GROSS BRUTALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866
Q.loaoia Srnmmarn BTICKING-UP NEAR BURROWA,--GROSS BRUTALITY, PON last Monday evening, abount eight o'clock, the'premisee of Mr. Patrickl Ryan, a settler, bh?se place is nearly opposite Coffey's, on the Iurirows itiver, and about four miles from tbo town of Burrowas was entered by an armed bushranger, who fired two shots at lIrs. Ryan, one bf which took effect, and 'otherwise acted towards her in a most brutal ?manner.. Mrs. Ryan, het husbanhd (who it about eighty years of age), two daughters, an elderly servant man, a person known as George the painter, and a bov, were in the I:itchen at the hout stated, when a man entered, who had a piece of white calico covering his face, with holes cut to enable him to see. He presented a revolver, went tip to Mrs. Ryan, and ordered her to give tip any money she had about her. At this Stime Mrs. Ryan had only jest entered the kitchen, 'so that she must have been pre vionuly watched by the bnshranger. On the demand being made, some of those prese...
MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO.'S REPORT. Wednesday, March 14, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866
1 ?. 'OWtOEn WUTieiironD, A'.1) COo. iEP?lOT. .3: ~a: 1 3Vr ednesday, lMarch 14,1800 Fat Cattle.-N~ u mber in, 1i"4. This my lepen-o - sidercd a full iupply, snore p-rticulrly asi'enarly al yarded were from'd goodluli?ut bef toprinimo qality zindeid, in point'.of: quality;. the supply..has ' en t best we have had in this market for?;Smo, couoso rhd.b aimp.ppst,,an,,pn, consequence of thisg thadepsand'for ail'tadseriptisas slackened'a good 'del:' Prima? qualj6ty ho6veoid; 'ltliosdWery satiosfactoteyprsdsu fuhiddlin l and other qualities were sather dull of salo, aIthoughl onuth'e whoj, agters .had no reaonaOto bo, di'latsd SsPrim llook oi ld19,0... i• 'to0• : - 0 'Prime . u.. ... ... . 9o t 1. 0 tI~.I. 0 '0 .Gaod do. ..nlt dr. .. 8, 0 0 Oto 10tO1 0' Inferidrdo.:.,'¥:.: ?. ''b.-'4~ to'",0'? 0: .f-iO Prriiioo~'.?'/- "'2;at ".;:'i i%'.":'9: iO'?nO;it?'1:1lh::. ·( Ofdod.',do.:! :';,.(: ar /..?:; "?8.0 Z:O?,;O:!ia0?i" !( Iliddlingldo..ie 7. 1, * 0 6' t ?..[O0.": 0 Inferior do. .. ..: , . ...
Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866
IPJoItce 4o tort. --- IM DAY, MARCH 26. (Before G. Forsyth, Esq., J.P1.) DRUNK AdhD DISORDERLY.--Oharlcs Smith and Catherine Connelly were charged with being drunk and disorderly on Sunday. last. Both prisoners pleaded guilty, Smith was fined £1, or two days imprisonment, and thle lady was fineddfivo shillings with tihe same alternative . ToEsnAY, MIARncH :27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) WAGEs.-Goodsall v. Lintott. Mr. Willans ap peared for the complainant, and MIr. Gibbes for the defendant. The complainant in this case had been hired by the defendant, Mr. Lintott, to drive a team of six horses to Sydney with loading, and then to return from Sydney with supplies for the statione For this hb was to receive 25s. per week, in addition to his expenses on the-road. He was also directed to treat the team as his own and to keep an account, and take receipts for all sums that he paid on the journey. On the jeourney down he purchased large quantities of horse feed, and either lost, or ne...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866
of tl)e MIQteet : .'T, ujourneymen 'boot and shoemakers of .Sydney have determined upon. forming ant 'Operative Boot and Shoemakdr's B Society.'_ -A stack of ten tons of hay, the property.of Mr. .. Butler, of the Hen and Chickens .Hotel, Vale Road, near. Bathurst, has been destroyed by.fire by and incendiary.-A child of two years of age lost its life by sunstroke in Dubbo, last week.-Serious frauds by the1 legal 'manager of some of the mining com panies at Ballaarat have been discovered. Sticking up in the suburbs of Adelaide is still ;on the increase, and the Government have determined to increase the police force.-The .bronze statue of the late Prince Consort is to be inaugurated in Sydney on the 23rd April next, , An,:address will be .delivered by the Governor, and all public bodies and the clergy of the different denominations will be invited to. assist at the ceremony.--It is understood from autheutic sources that the Sydney sover eign will shortly. be declared a legal tender' ...