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Parliamentary Summary. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

, LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. . TUEBDAY;TMAROn 20. *Mr.'Cowr?n moved the second reading of the, bill to repeal the Act rendering'ne's papers liable to postage, the debate on which had been interrupted on a previous evening, 'by:the counting-out of the House.-Mr. Edgar reiteratedhis objections on the groitnd ,'of the state. of the finances.-Mr. Mlartin said, the only'qilestion was, could the revenue be spared? But without reference tt:ihe 'ierits of the question he should oppose the rmotion, as it was not expedient to-meddle .with. the measure at this late peoiod of the session.-Mr. Forster opposed the motion upon its mirits. No special case had been ,made out; why the newspaper proprietors should have their work performed. for them gratuitously by the country.-Dr. Lang did not think the time for agitation opportune, hbiut should: support the motion upon principle. -Mr. DeSalis, :Mr. Pickering,L, Mr..Driver, and Mr; ummings supported the motion; anBd Mr. Dignam, Mr..1Byan 'and,'Mr. Pid din...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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CONTRIBUTIONS UNDER THE SCAB ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

..CONTUIBUTIONS UNDER. THR SCAB AC THE following is the lisht of the contributions frolm tlihe iiastofail tcselnts 6of th6'e i rixieethoScab Act, for the year 1866. All persons neglecting topay ttheir cont'rib tio i to' tisTrae'ryoioir before the 31it of Ma y next, will renider thelmiselves iiabl to openal .tj NAMRE Oy'OWNxER. -:c' NAME OF RUN. NO o Pn~ef CONTRaBUTIOi~. Joh Rutengr Creeo . Idk 4A0 3 Ip:;i Wahis :l~:~ er~;~~~:sa..al~.~W~ 8,1~ 8 I~ J. t r e "al- 2i Bo--k 7 ...,0 ..0 ... 0 ,-.O Charles Ed ehill. " ". . ndo dera10198 -10 ll.M.PuI .. musgalaj-·1rcn · 9060 ..- 9 "19' H. WtI. Pau"i Th...,s:o:n ..: U an-"'" 2,10 Birookand Hardy ecket eden ';' '" Y"' l 13-l.s.13,0 S. MeCasghey ,... e beng 3 TP.'llMats ; - K ~ge .2- . . C?;',' ' ,,:? , .,:-?';U1 ntbs ' ,g4. 4&.o4o ' ?;.!'I n Robert Bond ' .. .. ranibe 0~70 2" J. Cochrana dgea endoak2 0000'* 20" Booth and Holloway Tey.ca snCobagoanshaan '~id G160 2 38 Ebden and Osborne ... . rkn 140,037 4 0 1 Holmes, ?White, and Co:H:....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

.RACES!. ,.: . .... :.!',: ?.< ., ,. :. , 1.3. BE ,HELD.ON,",',, * *,, * i i' :::EASTER MONDAY,! i-AIDE~ .PLATE of, 10 ,ov..; ,no mil6 and' -ialf • J one event; for all' ors?es that hae. novpr won an a'dlrrisd prize, carrying weight for ago. ' . : r * SECOND REAC. :: , JUN]E PLATE of 20;sov;''2i2-milea4 for all horsed' dico event; handicapped by the etewards, orhhm they niay. appo".d,. THIRD;. RACE. . .LADIES', PURSEo,,1. ova,;, L mileo one event;;, . . for all horses, weight for age. FO..:: OURTH RACE..." HIACK RACE of .10. sovs., with a sweep of lOs.'each. added , the second horse to receive tho. sweep; heats one 'milo; the 'winner to be sold by auction iimmnediatoly after the race, at the upset prideo of ; £15, any surplus over that amount- to go to-the. S- funds; post entrance.. S FIFTH RACE. CONSOLATION STAKES of'5 sovs.; for all horses "beaten during the meeting; to be handicapped :-by the stewards, or whom they may appoint; one' mile and a distance; one event. .REG...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

INTHE MIDST OF BLIFE WE A.E IN 'DEATE. 0ow and most valuabletnediclnesTor hittor to intractable and incurable diseasLes. TT LlXE the Putent Mledieioes generally importlcd i fromi the United Ktigdom, the folloaring.from" Fresnce hbve been severely tested.and steretliised by the nlost om!nent and practiting Physioians of Paris, &e., in so much that the entire Parisian Ifedical Faculty, attaolted to the Goveroinent and other Hios pitals, &c., in the French dominions, can, hafter rigorous trials, with the fallest enuGdenco,reommendod them to the favorable notice of all languishing not only under.ordinary-diseasesn, but those who may be "hoping against Ihope." ,o more Cod X.tver Ol--Syruap oflodized Eoaraeradtstn. Prepared by GttssuluLT & Co., Chemists, 7, Roe de Fenillade Paris, nccording to thle certificates of the P'hysicians of the Paris hospitals detailed in the Pros pectun. qnd with the approbation of several Academics, this Syrup is employed with the greate...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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WRECK OF THE LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

T WRECK OF. THE LONDON. "Thyr way is in-the sea, and Thy 'path in the great waters, snd Thy footsteps are. not known." Psahn 77th,; lthVetrse. Thy way is in the sea, Darkness Thy path surrounds Thy'footstep$Lurd, unimown must he,. In depths no plummet seunuds. 'We cannot undesttand But how to Thy decree, Suhmissive to Thy chasteniug hind, E'eon as it pleasethl Thee. Buried.beieatlh the wave In midst of life and power, Beyond the might of man to snve, *Simk in one fatal hoer i .Bright ]opes were overtihown Hearts eunt.with deepost geief, Eaclheai' his bitter grief don For nonecan bring relief. * h] 'tires a solemn word 1 'That fixed the certain deemi Evee thenno franti criees were heard,' nur Father and Our God S Oh listen to our oryiitj.7,. IHelptiose whio seiari beffh Thy rod 'succeai thir rnhieryti ' Oh cliheer the widows' heart, : ;. , The fatherless relieve, Some gleam of somfort;. Lord, impart, 9 :To ose~;hosv sadly grieve . I i: : And .letnot man for en?r' - T:o heed the warmn...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Telegraphic Intelligence. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

O iaybirSiteIiuijnce. U.Inaao vailIOUS sOUiCEie S : :ADELAIDE??. - -he boiler of tlhe new Cornwall mine burst. destroviing tlie?boiler house. Several men Sra of.o kiiiner d6' of ivhoi? .wam wounded.-. ·.- r· ''·" : A lady and gentleman were assaulted in the N?orh:Park Lands byfive mienwwith blaqked facest, armed with,pistols, and wer robl;ddof their ,aldables. .: . SYDNEY I . . , c' The meeting for taslkingsteps to erect a, memorial to Dr ,Wooley was a graptt?dncess. "Iiti'iud'ertdoid tlhnat several vacan'tiest iil l occur in the Asseiiibly diuring the.recess, and the general opinion seems to be that they will. be filled by members who will support the present Administration'. - : " MELBOURNE, ' The crisis ini Victoria intensifies. Mr. Fellowes haes abandoned tile task of forming a Ministry;, Mi M'Onllock now declines to go back to? ffice unless the Governor consent to di~piense.withththe Upper louiise. Ti?e publisher of the Argus remains ;in ?he' custody of the Sergeanntat aris. 'a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Facetiæ. NO INNOVATIONS! [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

faet eu, . NO INNOVATIONS! A good old Dutchman in Pennsylvania was in the habit of sending his son Hans to the mill every.Saturday afternoon with a bag of grain. This was slung, across the back of old Raw bones, a sorrel and sorry looking horse; and in order to make the bag maintain its balance, a large stone was put in one end of the bag, while the grain was pendant in the other. One day Hans had the task of getting the corn ready for mill, and by chance forgetting the stone, as he seized the bag, the enclosed grain parted, and he found the load equally balanced on the back of Rawbones. Turning, he spied the stone, and examining the burden discovered that the load went quite as well without it as with. In joy at this great dis covery, Hans yelled at the old man, who was in the corn horse "Fader, fader, come here!" "Vot's you want, Hans?" said the old farmer, coming out. "Looks here; fader. I've hot tsr corn pal lanced in ter pag mitout ter shtone in one ent!" The old 'gentleman loo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

If?L'TowAO S hOizEvrnhr ANii PxIL41-'Marv~illous -cures of sciatica, staff joits,paralysis of thelimbs, and otheibrijifilfig diseass of thebllbnes, sinews, and-snuscles, have: accomplished by Hollowayhs Ointment "It is tho only Unguent which produces any impession on these complant~s. The Pills also work vonders. The Ointment aid- Pills should be used at ,tho, same timeb,::for the actionof the one is greatly iisisted by thiat of the other. Why should aniy,litiman being :uffer f6roi?nti 'bove mentioned maladies, when IHolloway's Ointment and Pills eirb'o ie found in -veiy city and town in the world ? These noble nuedicaments are comr posel of:raretalsanis: and ?are 'sobeni~di r safe as they are '~werfuil ildl effriciousi:s: .

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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCHED FROM WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

ARRIVAL AuD DESPATCH or MAILS. -0 DEPATCHED PROM WAOOA WAGoA, . To Tarcutta, Sydney. and Melbourne.--Snnday; :W:cddeaday, arid Friday, 4 p.m. Uiania rmnd Deniliquin. - Monday and Thursday, (10 a na Naraindara and hay.-Monday and Thnrsdray 10 a.m JuhneBand Murramburrah.-Monday and Wednesday 6 a m. Al:V: ~nAT A WAooA WAOOA. iProm Tarcutta.--Monday, Thursday and Saturday :/',::',9 akm. Uiana and Deniliquin. -Sunday and Wcdnesday, .'.. 3 p.m. Norandara and Hay.-Suny and Wednesday, 3 p.m, :Junce and Murrumburrah!-Sunday and Thursday, . 6 p.m. SLettors &c. (excepting for Junce, require to be Wosted half an hour before the sJecified time of des p tceh of the mails, or upon affiing a sixpenny stamp up to a quarter of an hour previous. Letters &c., for ; une require to be posted by half past nine on the vening previous to despatch. The knglish mail's date of arrival is the 14th of eac mhont. The out-going mail from Sydney is ,fixed an the 22nd of cach month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

WAGGA WAGGA 3iusiniess ~I~irtectrj. Ete 2ilazgga Mtagga express GENERAL PRITINTING OFFICE, • PRINTINC IN every variety and style, with the utmost des k pateh. SHandbills, Business Announcements, Merchants', Aueieonccrs,' and Tradesmen's Business Circulare, ' Cards, anid Bill Headings, neatly displayed. SPamphlets, Club Articles, and Society Reports, correctly and neatly executed. Every other description of Letter-press pAinting z ecuted in a superior style. •The following forms always on hand, for sale, viz : DISTRICT C07rlIT PLI,_.NT NOTICE OF SET-OFF AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. NTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current i-tes. Drafts isued on all the Branches and Ageneies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, SAdelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 13th September, 1864. BANK- OF. NEW SOUTH WALES. Capital.;..................... " 1,ooo,ooo. Reserved Fund .............333,333 e6s. 8a. WAGGA WAGGA BRANC...

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STATE AID.—A HINT TO SQUATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

. STATE AID.--A HN' TO SQUATTERS. 1Tin State Aid question has again been opened. The last action in this matter de cided that, on the death of any clergyman at present receiving Government aid, the salary -should cease, and thus it was imagined and intended the whole system should, in due course of time, die out. The question, how ever, has been renewed by the member for Central Cumberland. It is now proposed by Mr. MACPnunsoN that, as the salaries fall in, theyslhall be kept as a general fund, and be ap plied solely in country districts, but not in any town where there are a thousand people. Without any reference to the modified -form which this proposition assumes, there has been a great outcry in some quarters about t.he . revival of State Aid, and gloomy have heen the apprehensions respecting the pro bable consequences of such a movement. It is.unfortunate that such questions always elicit very strong feelings, and many things-in the. ehat 6f debate-are said on either side of th...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

SNOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTI. An. mmunications for issettion in this jouroal must ''be addressed to the Editor, and ho accompanied -'by the real name and address of the writer, not' ,necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of :goodfaith. Correspondence must be kept within reasonable limits, and under no consideration will a.. anything ofa's merely personal or scurrilous naturo Sfind insertion. In the caeo of rejected communi catiend', the Editor cannot undertake the return of the manuscript. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1866.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 31 March 1866

.oca[l *ntellijxn c .. TUE BnRIDGE TOrLS.---IPso rTAN DECISloN.-On sTuesday last, very impodtait case was heard at the police-court, with reference to the disputed right of crossi?g the river within two mniles of the Cominyp's bridgeo.. It scems that, on the 28th January last, Mr. James Davis either crossed or was said to have crossed some of his cattle over the river at the back of the iEnglish Church, and had thereby, according to the construction placed upon their Act by theBridgeCoirspany, subjected himself to a penalty of £5. . Theactual question of crossing was never rebutted, and the defence put forth was that Mr. Davias had a right~ to cross when and where he thounht fit. uro vded, always. that no ferry was established for hire or profit. The Bridge Company, on the other hand, contended that they had the exclusive right of ferry withini 'twomiles of their bridge on either side, and that any one crossing the streams within that distance was an evader of the tolls, and wras li...

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Colonial Summary CAPTAIN THUNDERBOLT, ALIAS WARD THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

S-olonial nummai. OAPTAIN- THUNDERBOLT, AI;AS WARD THE BUBSRANGEB. IbsroxATron reached this town, on Thursday last, that Thunderbolt was again on this side of the country, encamped on a mountain eitua ted near the head of the waters of the Little Manning quite, crippled. The informeris a female, who states that she has been with him for the last ten months; that she' engaged to attend on Mrs. Thunderbolt during her con finement; after that occurred she wanted to !I'vea:but that he prevented her by keeping her tied up; and it was only the other day she effected her escape. She states that Thunderbolt is hurt in the back from a fall off his horse, also suffering from a bad knee, pre venting his getting about without assistance; that his wife and herself had to put him on horseback; his wife always accompanies him (dressed in man's attire) out to plunder; that she has a large butchers knife fastened on the end of. a stick, rides up alongside the cattle, and with this instrument she ham...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

L 1 ,7lleoi .bft ipendf ca n orii r f l 1soa,. i . 3 * G Ji 204 15- o.. "alance from la~.account " 4 1 11 .e.!'aTI W id i wit *1 l (7 - • , "." ". ..:.. . i , . . .... ^ ,,17- - ,0 ' .iri .... ' ; i . *i (j'. c l '.!' i .c i I 3<ill .7.1'. lievi 8'Ftt btij8tal tct C.,iMid , ?i ': ;i -rli '". ,:0,.Qth'3vn oj !.- n .Jp n ; tccl A . d> 'i. h Sept. (,,.iI 5 1 " o :; .1. ,' , y 0 sid %Eh1117 Lat .3.'> llit. a al;; a:t llll 03 ' b f'uJtf.r i 3 13 L li0 .Lu - Ini? ;ait !o ic. Gos.a r 1 5. E. and 0. E. " ' a I .bciciC nt bcccrc A .r L5<8 it I ucri ? I cA -?ro e A r ?'p1 , .,' Audited ind found correct;,ik 'a It a ' <'' r " Il Itowla Am PiPlOO F, PIE b1 ! dii QAiJ 1.cd;V-oli aord % eificFf g llH.i, Ar I - BALANWeEI- E7-.A1 qiHE' octidsdi li Wpp)Icictthl rhOc hurch .it o6.EhgUhliidrAnnna Wanga W'ic 'I From April 18th, 1865, to April 3rd, 18l0B -'rou. 1860. " i;cl i.. T redit c)CQ t to ;, . ,, . , JunoMYl ar C ia' I ; ; t.'. fjl " fr 6m-.G e6irilr l ond.1...

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Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA. APRIL 6, 1866 Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

WAGGA WAGGA, APRIL0 180 rWheat, er bsthel h.,'..a....a.49to..? 10 0 . perston(Wheuten)<iw~.v.1.i.'i re1.l 0 0 a (Beetoeaten) perton..........18 0 0 a r buahe .. .. .q..0 2 0 er:oUaxdpebushe'ahe.L .... ...-;?...:0 O flatererpeebnshot. r.Vis.-., 'hszr 'th 12 0 Corn, per bushel .(ndnae offeribg)i.''.a.i.:.'-,0 12 0 ,?rattr, ?le~r lat! (6~tle):.. z{..!.?'.. ?,. i:u 6i.,'fl?O A3~sie·a.aa, l.(idiia6J s p~t J !ild L 0 wantage~s'qof'roavelling ar.? incre~qd by the woant ,:,pf .qq?6e.?, ,he~demantd veryrslaca.s ?" n: :' Y~ieAor? .r-he mr.ac edbyea nt a4 ? ..,?ptuo9?o}.(hf!.?ook-out:fon:/hTeap -witk;o cewe::andl .. aspe(herbut in .the faqeof thaatPoZ1ue1d tdought ,t oh. ?l¶o, not dip2sei nto fiaree Sq osy nttental S rices ked. • l ..r :., ;, z;sle t ldct * qf Ot~Ll~ohtaofotj::1:~qa~ lIPtleadh ~ anrvr toeld duof ngstlhO o eeL 2,nOOoreoo bi the rs .F. throueqh.te r. NZoh?elofo11A bcvF aL'ydlo aghi G Itoe 9cJ Theragga3i.e95rwsaoeeoeeul3,boyerko neonot 1*. o.~ituow(.MI., opthy ook-utfo...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

• ,as~bpe.I.found,,deaa~ .n f.ee, P I .liverrz, r'ep •_arroll, i hi direceasedlhied.receved. n evere I twouIIId .oIt:rto 'top' of'.t·i?he'hdd utt hdh tIde itdl idd-1iv?ei' it V i· e o I " nfi-lwn lie i:adi gnppey oy.his ppolcet .e.n9l d atzen and w'h'en he.left.-home-,wes.: under the influenesf. riork.fdV er exctllent" tobhdac d pnna dp o t oed near Morpeth- he isesix posed to have fatllenfrom bhic diray.?t! ?r Cslbeahd tW? I, or~etb1 has b~elefln'tcl: 20.'of n(/egati?? to birtn, c zf, .shq? . ±4'e1, lic , ooanllioo e, hehhlti n.itaver ,arce awarmig witlvfraveling, shtep .-Tht--hopt beaen iu Tif i's th at'va ita kbn!tii and tihe orl' e 4niinelbf ·· di?'a ih?"n .··:'tie- it% exnet'cf'nai'dql"?1 apokiI 4Ce a ne if: en e oftie gaedl ? oapoke?e: y ?t 'eeu el the c:io l1nies; hns beeiss?ee h .tit t thee Orouked::River,, Victoiia: Th' brlt-'rirdceasher d fr fourft nihne' i?iiest friri large turtlee have been recently captured. in theo lanter:-River: Jbhe.~ largest- vsighed aiboit helt a t...

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MELBOURNE. POWERS RUTHERFORD, AND CO.'S REPORT. Wednesday, March 28, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

,U PWowatnsfiau.iERtEORDt ANT) D.CO. BEPO RT: ..:,; -no .. 0l,,-! l? W : bedicadi yj !Mfarchi 8, 1286.i Fat 6sttlbo NiJsber in 1028:. Alhoughha tordt atrjri'yeo'y ouopt~y ihjohint. of 'nuiht~jer,' it ~ioq'e ytabr t n?hqo hsfitent for bioti • raqui'remeitt, as,ts e-dolseqseon'eof" thidls'te futllr osjlf?hof good and' prista i'uility, thie ebmosoldi ho d(IO ff :considerobly ~.' o retr portion yorded this week. were very 'god, nd, trouehont the feat 'day',• prics:o\vore petty 'firm, al tilo h" not do high as lost .week oh Tsesdoho ey, cthiero as a de lded for the ais a t;th "cbthsYtian o'peohd :vdy'dh'u ?idd 0000 O?en' iiiOO' %oof~thO cldos, htthdug~lf tUe.quahty pf thOaehttlicaisg dff'drod G6as hsuitly goood n iadd asly for some fio' ddailerla dii hc ntryoa ?ra t?ho'ais 1?apl y culd Li have been cleared out. We sold 201' ".''"': "" .,i ;·- ' .' ... : ft'ot~0i~ a .-:? ., . ;:'. ,"'r " "rM tllqeks 0 ",' '- i ' "if. . , 'Cued ' ,taalt9d ';'Ve o t~g o'rasl to ..,~ utidl ing "d ... . )dt "...

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F. A. TOMPSON & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

'': %"'"' ,?"%,:7 ' 'o???? L L;? caa.,t ill interests,, ;aid is r.Ivil} h? 1lvy l5yl pitg! theo coniniureety in t e g porn ':;iuhot,;ll' app, hei sion anedt despo',dce. e Vr.J'?,aittl, areuced to a coniunfits •:viqus ,to. the plough. An ai?r p? .desoalatign e over our eiswhrq po n hloss arie e griefaer?sthuereent failure of his crees, is.abodrbed rin' tile drendlotwhiat'i'yot to cmel , The .dirki shadow'bf:a tr~ at cala niaty' eeemasto. bhec2eepinssg~pw dfroeh ho -,. thireatening .horizofhof.bur uture:.'Watdr is ,,'!r, failing rapidly, aol' grass'. :disappearing.eOeryA '-:",.*.where? said:thp, pastoral ia.erest isiefearfeill ehi slepredad. -:sarraige continues toildvaheed mi ,.,pnrice, and -the "ditficultf ivroeuririttg?id?'is .; 'boomiongo very.dagrpatomr:i..Great 'iistess a,- elisttd mnongs .the labdlxing. dlasse, 2 'asill Ini. number of unemiploycd abloolbodied: p~ii :art l: ,?i daily Ippli~ahrtssfor aidl6 acdrrj. them in thdi) "way. This is owing to the • gdnril stoppnl, sot- J ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATER IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

'li;,i, ,„'..W..'<ifEB..IMI.IP.ROVEM.E'.NTS.f.," ,.: A?br'ouon- in some districts of the colbby, the : nfiil?i ithiifth'oblast ivo or 'three nidiilis' s'fl . een. if nit' amipl, at least. sufficient to mitigate the fears entertained of an.actual f~xn.ig.eby farmcrts aend:stockewnern...In.most partsl of Riverina the' effects of the long ~oi~ghtinaro 'till so severely felt and liromise ; tpi.ad. s td such prolonged evils that it is mar vallous that the class of men most interested sauhrildremain inactive as far stalingTnasurds' t .Bvliat?'?Buch ills in some degree foirthe. f *iftee.:rs.ftar.tling lessons have been ereanowi. liEtntoofrequently experienced, of the aneerv, talty 'of' the climate in which we live;:i ad" yd"tlihvibcry men whoso dear lbouiglht.,x-.. perienco should hlave taught them most tir ijg /'t'i e t necessity, - foresight, reinfain appa?nntlyrcallois.:to the probability of the reourrence of the evils.: " While the drought cbnitlninb,'iiidead: all arb !keenl...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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