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CHURCH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

CHURCH MEETING. ON Tuesday evening last, a meeting of týib minfiers of the congregation of St. John's Chuci" wais'ield in.tho. court-hose.. h dertised hour-was 7 pmi.; but the betliess iwvasiot 'ciinmenced untili half-past .eight; at iich'tirito ?iout twientipersons were-assenibled. Mr. F. Al.Toipasonocespied the chair, aspk explhined i that tho. mrooting ihad ·been called for ithe purpose of .electing church-wardens foa the ensuing year; and for auditingthe'accounts and transacting 'othdr liusmesI connected witl. "tli church. .; . .. : l . The OiALlM A ,thlon~.alled upon the Treasurer, Mr.- Cottee, to read the balance-sheets of the ae confits foi the 'past .ycaiir Theos accounts'will be found jn.fjil in bur .ad ertAising columns. It ap eared" tlht, upon the stipelid fund, an amount'of £75 ..'iiAs due tboMr.-;l'oihd' that.thoreo'wda £43 in hand to meet: itwwith. It ,was however, stated that the balance was in course of collection, mnd would bo' muclh iore than made up in the course ...

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

V. R~~ . [The following Treasury Notice k subetituted for that dat4ed 4th January, 1860.] The Treasury, New South Wales, 26th February, 1866. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES MADiE IN 1862. JOLDERS of Conditional Purchases made during l the year 1862, are informed that the balance of the purchase money will be received, it tendered at the Treasury, during the first quarter of this year; but that the tender of the balance may be deferred to the first quarter of next year, provided that in tereet on uanch balance, at the rate of five per eentum per annum, to 81st December, 1806, be paid on or be fore the 81st Marcoh, 1868. 2. In eopaes where interestfor afull period of twelve months was paid, at various dates throughout 1865, it is to beobserved that the interest now referred to as payable in the preent quarter, is required for the broken period onlytt is,-frem the date of the ter mination in 18668, ofleah twelve months, to the 31st December of same year. 8. On defaultof paymentof balance, or of...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Telegraphic. DENILIQUIN RACES. FIRST DAY—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

;?§:$' ' C*' ^eletestapbic.,, ¾ £ .'DENiLIQUIN IRACES. .-.--[BY-ECTIC- :TELEOGAPH.].. : -- FIRST DAY-TUreDAY. 1IAIDEN PLATE of 50 BOVY; weight for ago; ono :mile aindl -.half,-.- .. .... ... . Prospect .. . , . - ,.. ... 1 DENILIQIIN HANDICAP Of 150 sovs. with a awiveo'f l',0os. 'aed ctheiYn b.. .. ,GCnolp,.4; yr 8t.21b i r:.;, Riverina, 5 yrs., 9at. .. ... ... 2 L ..LAres'.PrusE o 40 soaox.s wlt r woigIsts; tSwo milesi i . ;i . .. William Tel) ..:"* .-' *.. ticl

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. JUNEE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

- JUNEEt.RACES. T 1raes eame fon the junee course on'Easter Mvonday last. The excellent programme which.had been provided drew together, a large number of holiday folk-iand pleasure-seef?rs' from: Wagga Wagga and theimrroundng stations. . The weather was magnificent, and the racing, if not first-class, iwas still irry creditable, and afforded agood day's Baport to he numero s visitors who were evidently bent upon enjoyment,, and were in much too good-a hu.mour withthh ei neighborrsaani t?h selva to.he Ycritically' cptfo6iis \ith dAithlih ctnnected with thg pleatanm little m6eting.. Theririzos.yeeF very good for a small place lile Juneo, bibt the long-cdn jtinued dry weather had induced an unmynted tight-: ness in the local Inoney-market, and we greatly fear that the meeting could scarcely -have proved a pe. cuniary success to itsrplucky originator. lTh. fol lo;iA is. the result of- the day'hraoing-:-- - - ' MAIBEN.vcscI'lEt: Of 10 soas.; one mile nd a half; o' oie eiitf; foi all hor...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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AN IRISH STORY ABOUT DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

AN IRISH STORY ABOUT DONNYBROOK. An English philanthropist was taken some years ago to see one of the schools in Dablin devoted to the conversion of children to Pro testaniem. The master put the rather small cleass in attendance through a very fair lesson in Biblical knowledge, and then proceeded to display some of the practical instructions re ceived by his pupils. " Now, my boys, you know Donnybrook Fair ?" "Yes, sir, we do." (Every hand up) "Is it right to go to Donnybrook Fair ?" "No, sir, it is not." " What is it ?" "It's a sin, sir." "Very well, boys," replied the master. Turning to his English visiter, "You see we do not neglect to inchlcate practical precepts as well as religious opinions." "Quite true," said the visitor; "but may I be allowed to put a question to the boys myself ?" "Oh, certainly, sir, whatever you please." "Well, then, boys, tell me honestly, every boy that has been to Donnybrook this year hold up his hand. Up went every hand in the class. Of course, the b...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

SmV.rr.tC1sbf oiO'SS. s ]i o a'sweep of 3 ovs.o adled;, three int ru ii the.,,coure. w-dtel ! Prospect . -: .;:. . .:: .'.,,.,.:: ,? led S,.EI'O 'Swids of 30;zovs: ,-Iwide round'.thO. course. ' ':"" :d in,

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Parliamentary Summary. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

LEGISLATIYE" ASSEMBLY . MIONDAY, ?1ARno 26.'':: Mn.; Garr4ett imoved resolutions affirming? that it was impolitic and illegal to prevent forfeited conditional purchases from.?being re-selected, and that the ??tenmp.oiar.y reserves for water supply be resciided without .delay -Mr. Martin ndhcred to his opiniourthat these lands were open poly to conditional purchase in the discretion of the Crown; the resolutions could lead to no useful iesult; and he.ehould movh' the' previous question.-AMr.? Browb n argued that the forfeited· free selections were like all Crown lands, open- to free selection. MIr. Wiison said' the opinion of the late Minister :folr Lands, arid the late Sur.Eveyor General were in accordaneo with his own; thattheselandswereonly opentos'election in the discretion of the Grown. As to the water reserves, it was not expedient to discuss the question: while the select conimittee on the subject was: sitting.-Mr.;Hay thought the law was doubtful and should be determined by a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Facetiæ. A PUZZLING WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

-f a C t it !. A PUZZLING WITNESS. Witnesses are often exceedingly stupid, but we don't know whether this witness ought to be called stupid or not. He was before Baron Martin. It was desired to get from him an account of a certain conversation, with out the "says I" and "say she," but the counsel could not make him comprehend the form in which he was wanted to make his statement. So the Court took him in hand. "Now, my man, tell os exactly what passed." "Yes, my lord, certainly. I said that I would have a pig." " Well, what was his answer?" "He said that he had been keeping the pig for me, and that he -" "No, no; he did not say that-he could not have said it. He spoke in the first person." "No, I was the first person that spoke, my lord." "I mean this : don't bring in the third person; repeat his exact words:' "There was no third person, my lord; only me and him." "Look here, my good fellow; he did not say he had been keeping the pig; he said, 'I have been keeping it.' " "I assure y...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THIRD DAY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

--Tnenn DAY TIWISSDA Toww.PTE of~d ib08viiith &diieep of 5 BsoYs added; weight for a th mes Rn erina · Gweedohnio~;It 4Li'`;" 4'3;~~ . ' SQUrr srra Peasa !of 80o jsovs. two miles; weight for ago...e....: . 11 of 3 d? Gwendolino -' .' 1e .l CoSeoLATioiesT~ f Yo I S a of 'o Sir oman, .! :*10 rul FoicD IuwAioD Of 2s8o0V. added to 5 sov. each. s p , Riverina 1

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Lower Murrumbidgee. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

* : L IfE£ utute nutbi age,. [ROu OUR oWN CORR SvONDENT.] NOTnrIG of any importance has traispired. in this particularly lively district since, and indeed 'for some.ti.me.previously, to the date of my last com munication. ' The cry ioi rain is still general, and the distressing effect of the prblonged drougbt is plaily appareant, not mor inth' scarcely animated bundles. of skin and bone which: represent the flocks aid herds of Riverina, but in the. elongated visages of their owners. The hopes caused by the ppar~entbreak up'of the dry weather some weoks snmoo;have been eruelly dashed,.and the countey, is looes as deplorahly bare and arid as before the rainfal. -A few thunder showers have indeed visited some localities, but the.areas so favoured have been of the most limited extent, in instances nobtexceeding half or at most one square mile in extent, and.their effect has scarcely been 'esufficient to lay the dust.. Although so late in theseason the weather during the day teme continu...

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

Uiwcel[anieous. A Cor(Nous CaLoULATIOn.-SoMsTnxuo tOn THn PROPRhTB TO THINK or.-A very extraordinary numerical coincidence is at this moment the talk of every one in Paris. Some one has discovered that a curious rela tion exists between the dates of certain events in the life of a defunct King of France and the date'of his fall; and this has been mnade the groundwork of another more speculative, but not less cnrious, calculation on correspond ing events in the life of '" reigning Eineror. Persons whose are at all tinged with snperstition ma ething more in it than the mere agrsee meitoffigunres. The first tahlt follows: -Louis Phillippe was born in 1773; married Marie Amelie in 1809-she herself was born in 1789; aseeended the throne in 1830, and fell in 1848. Taking 1880 as the basis of the table we finod that in adding the date of the King's birth-placing the figures that compose that date one below the other we arrive at the date of his fall, 1848. The same thing is found by adding...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

- b|N?i~Ie -ia1' lid : .... (Bofrqo .thOp 'ob6 "lagistr-to. ) DEsERTvco.-Aam ne Pradden ws irought up -be. fore the 3enl.ql,havng, given himself up to the police as a deserter from cHer ?fajesty's ?2tl. regi. cnin of foit. Thd pririoni w roemanded'to~yd ney, tb be d?alt with there. :.. DRUNIK AND DiS?ODELY. TOTioema'Nichoils and oseph Iolland wero -'charged.by the police,with beingdrunk and disorderly. Prisoners both plea ded guilty, and were cautioned and discharged. lOBBINGo A I{uT.--?sao Anllison wes charged with robbing a Clhinaniasn's. hut at Gumlyn.Gumly. The prisoner was defended -by Mr. Gibbes. Ser geCant Carroll vas'waorn and said that he lhaead r'e ccive?dinformation of the robbery on Saturday last; nued proceeded to the Chinanman's lhut. Mr. Pat-. torson told him thlnt the Chiuaman had seen. dray tnracks near the ihut. On examination he found the tracks ,hici seemed to bh'those.of a bullotk dra4 hen followvd them for two enilcs aed then'came un.ii the prisoner in the bush...

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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCHED FROM WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

ARRIVAlIAND DESPATCH r oMAILS. -o ,:..DEPATmED PR?OI WAGOA VAOGA. eutta. y y, and Melbourne. --Sunda, 0 :od rida3y4pdm '8~; N: -nd fav'.M ionday and Thitray, 10 ~i3 u nd Murruibudrral-.Mlonday add Wcdnesall4 - AfaIVO AT 'cA WAOGA. From Tarcutta.o-Monday, Thursday and Saturday r rD a.m. Urana and Dcnillquin.-Sunday and Waednosday, 3 p.m. Nranrdara and IHay,-Sunday and Wednesday, 3 p.m. Juneco and Murrumburrah.-Sunday and Thurgday, 0 p.m. Letters &c. (excepting for Juncel, require hee Iostcd half an hour before the alceified'tlinm of de-. p,.ot3th1,aSalc.e.rpe taflli.ing .a sixpenny stamp up'labhqiarttr of an hour previous. Lettcrs &e, for Junce re?.iiib ? .tb', pbated by half past nine on the evening previous to despatch. 'hizkiglish mail'e~dateo.of arrival is the 14th of each month. -The outggoing .mail from. Sydney is fixed rn the-2n2d of enah month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

WAQGGA WAGGA S^sincmeea airetorg". ii(MKagsaa; ti a MopetxpO GENERAL iPRINTING OFFIGE, ^ riitn : 4tnb '^rida[ PRXNTXNC TN every variety and style, with the utmost des patch.. ... .:Handbills, Business Announcements, Merchants', Auctioneers,' and Tradesmen's Business Circulars, Cards, and Bill Headings, neatly displayed. SPamphlets, Club Articles, and Society Reports, correctly and neatly executed. -,Every other description of Letter-press printing xecuted in a superior style. The following forms always on hand, for sale, .DISTRICT OU.RT PLAIINT.. . NOTICE OF SET-OFF AUSTRALIAN , JOINT STOCK BANK. rNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current L . rates. Drafts isued on all .the; Branches and Ageicicsin'New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasimania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. .... , .. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. .. WaggaiWagga, S.l.3th. September, 1864. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Capital....................... £1,000,000. ,eserved 1una...............

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

a~ RMNOTOES:TO.P.OQRESPONDENTS -?.?4? .?municationg for insortionin this journal' mietn ·7,.b?.'lreas ed to. the Editor,and be: acomurpaied. , a.jbtbe. real .namaoand address of the:wrilter, not: Il"?.m(4ariy!for:.pblllcation, but as a guaranteQ.bf, ha?nb.~g f?tth. Correspondencemust be kept withini S recaohablo limits, and under no consideration will; noitlhjsng:oifa neaely personal or'tetrrilous nature L.?Andipsection.',,o the:a?e of ,rejected communii cations, the Editor cannot undertake the.return .2L?Lh-manuscript.......

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 7 April 1866

BIRTH.                   AT Eunonyhareenyah, on the 20th March, Mrs. EWEN MCPHERSON STEWART of a SON.   THE Wagga Wagga Express. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1866.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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OUTRAGES BY BUSHRANGERS AT NERRIGUNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

OUTIIAGES BY BTUSHRANGERS AT NERl 'Wa are indcbted to the Mbrruya Examiner 'or the shbjoined :-The following are the doings of the bushrangers, as nearasmny be gtthered;'. The paity of sconndrels conlsted 'of seveu' lead by William Fletcher. It is supposed that'they werereturning froin~lega races. Waiting:for their prey at thbe-foot of 1tl&: mounitain on. the. ~roa?d leading from the' Gaulph, they first seizd a 'Chinaman, and, is s"i'd iurdered him, retaining 'his horse; the' mail-boy was next,, froin:whbm tbey tooki the btge and his horse, giviig iinm the 'hinn man's in exchange. Mr. John Emmott. was on 'the road, with?'is considerable amourit of gold and cash in bis :possession. After re ceiving'a wound and having his horse killed, h was: compelled to give in'. Of cnorse'tbe robberstook all. We are glad to say thac'theI wobnd 'aenot dangerous, an the sufferer was remived to Mrs. :Grove's?s:.' It is supposed that Ma.. Tohn Emmott has lost £100. The robbers, as far as we can...

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Colonial Summary STICKING-UP OF CAVAN STATION, NEAR YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

y^;J cltonial Smittnmwt - *'STIid G-UP OF CAVAN STATION, NEABR YA88. - AnoerT four o'clock on last Wednesday after noon, two men bailed up the inmates at the h 'head station at Cavan, sixteen miles from Yass, on the Murrnmbidgee river, the squat tage of Messrs. Castle and Calvert. "Mr. W.. "OalverQt brother of one of the proprietors, was aftthe time iq the garden in front of the iotouse";.thb bushrangers entered the premises from the back, and proceeding to the kitchen, which is a detached building, they bailed up 'the servants, .conaisting. of two women and one inman. While ohe of them pistol in land remained in 'clirge of these people,.the other entered the house and there. bailed up Mrs. .Dawson, Mr. .Calvert's .sister, and brought 'her into the kitchen where the other prisoners woe'e.... He then left them in charge of his mate' add proceeded to the garden where Mr. W. Oalvert still was. He presented a pistol at that gentleman ordering him to accompany him 'to the kitchen. The yo...

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Lower Murrumbidgee. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

Iaolrer: S18u~ttmbalgee. [snox own owx con~saPownsaSt.J RAIN! rain! rain at'lastl' was the general cryon Sunday miorning when the good folks ropulatin thlie biks of the Murrumhbidgee awoke and foun. the outsides of the windows of their dwellings (of those dwellings at least in which such eflemmatti luxuries as wmindow panes are to be found) wet and steaming,-the dust actially laid and adark cloudy sky overheadwith every appearance of a general and. continued downfall. Since my last letter; the sultry arid weather, which has characterised our autumn still continued untill Sunday,--indeed on Thursday at 2 p.m. the glass stood at 102* in the shade--prtty hot you will say for the middle.gOf pil : ridy and Saturday were nearly as oppres sive,-but the change on the following day engen' dered hopes almost abaindoned for some tinie past; -thesehopes, however, were not altogether "ns mixed with fears,.for some of the timid.folks whose meteirplIogical views'can scarcely as yet be said to have...

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(To the Congregation of St. John's Church.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

(To the Congregatieod of St.Join's Chu1urch. DAR FRIENDS--It w as my isitentlito'lie eitIier at Tuinnt or Wagga Waaa on'Sunday next,' bun tglbeen very unwelleor theo l e ta ht or-exi ys;'was compelled 'to 'seek a further eitthsion: of time from home. The Rev. R. Leigh, of Goulburnii has kindly consented to exchange with me for two' Sundays, arid he will prsach (D.V.) at Waga Wagga on Sundny,:the 22nd isashnt. Trusting that God's blesating mieay so rest pon •me that I may return to serve you with renewed vigor, Believe Believe meto reain, *Your's affeioniFOely, jdne, SAMUEL FOX.186. Sy'dney, April 9, 1866. .;..

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