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

RXGBY'S COUNCIL CLUBP -HOTEL, SCorner of Queen snd Lonadale itreets. ITIRST-CLASS Accommodation for Gentlemen and J Families visiting Melbourne. Suites of private ;arrtments for faimilioe and'wedding partiesa Baths :et., Terme'moderate. - Battersby & Pendleton UNDERTKKRRS, .FITZMIAURICE-STREET, .' BEG to.intimate to their friends and the public that _'having' procured a firat:class HEARBSE, they afenow in a positon to conduct Funerals in a more hecoming tyle than has hitherto been possiblo in Wagga Wagga. " SQTAPLER and Wool-Sorter, from Saulter and Co.'s Factory, .Bradford. Sheep selected for breeding. Classes: First combing; second comb ing, third combing; first clothing, second clothing.; lambs "No. 1, lambs .No. 2, and superfine fleece. J.'Dnckrow, Judge of .Exhibition Shows, at Mel-. boure, Kilmore,. and,.' Ballarat.. All letters promptly answered. Address: .JAM?rS DUdCKioy, t and WoolSbor t c,.Exxpress Office, Wagga Wagga, or Post Offee [Melbourne "NOTICE. (CATTLE STEA...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

mayof tbe Wpeet. Tvo fiherinien snoceoded }he other day, in' catching a mar? n monster weighing fifteen hundred weight, tr~t temenian's y.? -~[-t F' supjoaed to'b 2 ? 'ea tortoise, iad ?s-ouIty thirteen feet:in le ngth. It is: snow ein ?e,. hibited idn 'SydneThe.he ipr?ormanoe? iof Fnller.the Ameriesw :8kater, at?:the: M?1 bornne Thestre n al..v h e hem ,q snpoe*.-*p'tber very ~ rihiseer o 8p ont 'A~stran i.- sa d eatoi ~ray; sonc Oihsesad U europeansweroe very iadlyi injqred, oie .ha .ing several oflhis: ribs broken, a nd bei?g .avagely attacked:one of ihapartneredfiredqn obs Chinese and wounded one in the foot. The Qieensland mail steamer, Souchays, has again left Brisbane with the overland mails, via Torree Straits. She carried a very laige mail and a full compliment of passengers, amongst, whom w?s, Mr. Barry Sullivan, who was preeeeding'to Batavia.-A New Zealand Patriotic Fund has been inaugurated at Wiel lington, for the purpose of providing appro priate testimonials for, the ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

THE HOSPITAl. As will be seen by the report which we give ip another, column, the tenth annual meeting of the subscribers of the Wagga Wagga Hos pital has. been held, and tfe public have again hbad an opportunity of obtaining some authen tioinformation as to the position and prosperity of this useful institution. It is'only at these annual meetings that the veil of secrecy and seclusion is momentarily lifted, and the pub lic and the subscribers are permitted to obtain a glimpse of matters which are at all other times jealously shrouded from the vulgar view. From one year's end to the other, the Prass is rigidly excluded from the Hospital Board Room, upon the not very flattering grounds that it is an engine of mischief and a promoter of strife. Whether this is a charge which can be fairly imputed to it in this town, we will leave all sensible men to decide. It is too childishly ridiculous to be replied to. If we have sought to attend the meetings of the Committee, it has been because...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ROBBERIES NEAR BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

RO5ER1nE1ic :BunsNeONcG..--We have bien priv~tely informed that the mare Ada, and another hmm a:othet yoof Messra.. Bowon .and M oAlister, wore stolen in the early-part of the week, upon one of the roads in the neighbonrhood of Berrangong. On Monday Jast, .too, we hear that the store it Mr. Mackay's station at Wallan been wae robbed, and that. for cases of saddlecy, the propertj ' of Messrs. W. Mitchell, and D. Bergin of this town, were broken open and some portion of theircontntens appropriated. Six cases altogether had, been left at this station on the journey up from Sydney, but two of them were not touched. We have not been able to gain any for. ther particlas of this outrage, but we hear that two men are incustody at Burrangong on suspicion of being concerned in the robbery. S AsmvAL' ord JorGE FAUcsTr.-His Honour * Judge Faucett; the Solicitor-General; Mr. Isaacs, Mr. Macleay, and some othr gentlemen are ex pected to arrive in town to-morrow at abont 3 p.m. A general moster of...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Telegraphic. GUNDAGAI RACES. EXPRESS Office, Wednesday, 6 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

€(legiaptbic., GUNDAGAI RACES. ExPBies Office, Wednesday, 6 p.m. '•MAIDEN PLATE. ' Lapseed................................... 1 PUBLICANS PURSE. Steersman............................... 1 Holmes ................................... 2 TRIAL STAKES. Corramella.............................. I " LADIES PURSE. Danger ................................... 1 Junine................................. 2 HURRY..SCURRY. Twelve started, won by, Darkey.

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SECOND DAY. Thursday, 6 p.m. WELTER STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

S EON DA I Y. Thursday, 6 p.m. WE.LTEr STAKES. Holmes ................................. 1 Bergamot................................. 2 TOWN PLATE.. Steeramn................................. 1 Brunette........... ..................... 2 CONSOL4TION STAKES. Brunettee ................................ 1 Cameron................................. 2 FORCED HANDICAP. 'Holmes................;; ................. 1 Steersman................... ........... 2 HURRY SOURRY. Boko..................................... 1 Friday, 3 p.m. His Honor, Justice Fancett has just left, and expects to reach Wagga Wagga at 3 p.m., to-mbrrow (Saturday.) .He will take the Lower Taroutta Boad.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

THE HOSPITAL. (To iheadiior qf the J~ogua Wagga Papre.) .wouaD deem it a favor b your permitting me to make' ue of the circulation of your'paper in offering as'usageetion tothe.suporters of the "Wagga Wa?.?oqorrie.,? ;To idi? alid not prues_? itself to mymidathe enrameeting ofemub scribers to the Hospital,heldon the l7th inst., or I should have stated it at the time, and it was only when sbseqeently, refletingtup the probable souuroeaf income, th?tthetreassrer.imay reesnably: look forwardte, to meetthe iacaeof eipeaditre that must necessarily arise forthe currentyear, that it ocnurred to me to make the following ppgisl viz. :-That?.very, squatter or other'sexpl?oyerof inb~a.;rte;~,~inshdistdokeae s~pecal amrrage.· ment with every .mn-aupon tntering his servic, that, at, thmtermination of his agement, be jthe eio fseritude long .or short, .he conat. to a educti? from his wage~s, at the rate of on pond per annum, and that such sm;mni?r pmoportionate sum be plaoed.in his name, to the r...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

Lhe Treasury, Now South Wales, ,:. , .*, -:... ; : .,l th March 186G-, : :. CONTRIBUTION UNDER CAB: IN , ... SHEEP ACT OF 1863. .8.. :'; ,! R .. of shaiep liable to: payment :f '". .icontribution' undeost ithe 86th,. clausi of the: Scab ifrPSheep - tActof 18638 are remi dod itat '.thsb BoiAtribuisn ':for the y'arlls .miMusti i}..pai lbo.qr?; e'fore, the: 31St .ay, df: that year,. Persons requnired to makeo paymentes under the ,Act, 'nuist state:tb 'what'Clork''of Petty Sessions the .returnp,.under the... 37th' :cIaus, have'. eensBnt. . e: . .se .... . . - . B... ; EOFFREy?EAG.4a.R . a'Y in Gentl"iof omanyayoa Coloni al Esporicaco. D:" the s'itaagerialht'of' a Sheep, or' Sh6ep, ana C3qt. tIe'Stiitie i '; flia at'prsoriatltde 'u'po'iintLndosico 'of 1: large cstihbhlis tlis'lt tho';iichlhnDi.trict[ .,,; ," '." fH igbest reforon c ?i'addr ?is': , : ' ."' ' . . ... " " .': *" '"" . " " . " . ' .' ","..xproa Officol," i WANTED j7ANTl1ft' a .YOUTEB as'. :ppr intice 'to' I. . 'the prsnhg; b...

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FORBES. Friday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

FORBES. SFriday, 3 p.m. Another nugget of nineteen ounces in weight was discovered in No. 9 claim. Mat thieson's Lead. No. .8 claim divided £56 per man last week. In No. 7 claim, a twenty ounce nugget waee discovered on Monday, and another of seven ounces on Tuesday. A quartz reef has been discovered at the head of the lead, and active preparations are. making for prospecting for other leads. It has been.raining steadily since yesterday.

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

* 6onm0poirtwirt. ( :. Tot eEditoroffhaExpresa.). * 8&u-In an evil hour, surely, for us8 did the malig. msat geiiaus of the House of Simonsen iustigate the ttembers therebof to desiend,in the disuise of pro foinal celebrities o n oun r napprivoindaun ; uovted frour m b oaraene essences, through thei deep eclipse coveringf our porcine pihyaical doe velopiemnt&;. Alai when the liht of the moal is dufazen, *'how great is that kanclnseIl" THe. hainiing l htre of tbaceindant talent has flsshod oTBT onr bsnightedvillage, and illnunshed onr n. - wtietin' W (isesaute aimakl- of winish trohlitslw) failed, through the mirt sndfgo of our bcioaud e indfl, to recujguiz tle blrilianoy of the: suma .of Ssonseui, *which, in it -unapproachable m" to ha'veblinded the eyeeof the good. p~iil~ c~~f,:~lbrp genaal, bnt ePpacially the. .'-~ oi~ fthi '.cafff~y - wff huuirdl edier of the Border Fort. :..., . I e tittle to say to that verpeant Sinaf n re'aply, to his particularly io ad ee : ft...

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

W?grs a pri?son .door?F:like: at. thief -When it'sbolted. • ...,'" ,,; ,,;": Wh '*as .OCharies nkrtaur;Uly n !bearidgf his narrlie P-B~ie S~ eltddkr dAtui~ally; t his pen. A:rYankee8 bei6g aiiked by a Southerner why the Yankees always say "I gees,' bile "the Southern people..say "Irec'kon,. gave the nlowingzp$lation ::,.Thatoa Ya1kpfCould guess as well as auiltfsernercould reckop. 1 Bheridihh l?e' id died what".Wideiib . lBlied be?te 'efollowd' ins-rpo,'*flO wa paintre ,,, . ai obird at a for i:--" Take notice ! When: this .board is auder waterx the river is im passable." mA Poser ?for Pofes io - ta e ,ow mes musical trainq. does 'it take to baret ,a plngei?" ' A? lady asked a minister whether a person might be fond of dress and ornamefntwitliout being proud. "Madam," said the minister, "when you see a fox's tail peeping out of the hole, you may be sure the fox is within." Why is 'a beggar like an attorney ?-Be cause he is a solicitor . " What a cell!" as, the convict said to the tu...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

1olice 6ourt. MONDAY, APrL 17. (Before the Police Mgistrte, 3J. J. Feniell, and T. W. Hammond, Esq.;Js.P.) WAoEs.-Waller v. Gasese-The complainant in this case hid been cooking for Mr. Gasse at the Conmercial Hotel, and olaimed a balance of £3 as still. due to him for wages. He had, however, broken somecrockery nd had obtained some glasses of grog, iwhich the defendant wished to deduct from the account. The Bench deducted the grog account but would 'not allow for the broken crockery, and ordered defendant to pay £1 Osa, as claimed for wages due. No cos allowed.' (Before John Leitch, and W. O. Windeyer. Esqrs., Js.P.) UNLAWrULLY DEMANDING xo TAxKING BRIes TOLLS.--This was a friendly case which had tbeen instituted for the purpose of enabling the Bridge Company'to test their right to demand toll upon stock crossingi the river within two miles bi their bridge. Mr. Mackay, the toll-keeper of the bridge, appeared to answer the information of F. C.Tompson, for demanding and taking on be. ...

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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCHED FROM WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

AERIVAL P ao DESPATCH or MAILS. ~-0 DEuPATOrED 1O WAOGA WAo00. To Tar*ytt, ydne, and Melboumre.-Sunday, _Wednesday, nd riday, 4,p.m.". .. "y? .? n De ilqln.- ond and Thursday, 10 a.m. Narandar and Hay.-Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m umnee and Murramburrah.-Monday and Wednesday 5 a.m. ARRIav A? WAodA wAOOAk From Tarcuntta.-Monday, Thursday and Saturday 9 a.m. Uranaand Denlmquin.--Bunday and Wednesday, nna sa d Hay.--Sonday and Wednesday, p.m. -unee and Murrumburrah.--Sunday and Tharday, 6 p.m. Letters &o. (excepting for Jonee?), require to be Sasted half an hour before the specifed time of des prtceh of the malls, or upon afflaing a ailpenny stamp up to a quarter of an hour previous. Letters &c, for Junee require to be poed by half past nine on the evenig previous to despatch. The kglis mail's date of arrival is the 14th of each month. The outgoing mail from Sydney is : fied cu the 22nd ofeac mo?th.

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

n .,o WAGGA WqG ;;~~i:"''i"GcENERAL .I .. :f~rnlI,·N · ~ O-¶arnCnE4 .*o PRIN~TIN N ovry variety nd style, ith thc otnatot d: *...i.Undbills, Biusineosss Aronnocomonts, :erchants', Auctioneers,' and. Tradeamcn's Busineso Circelao, C~i~ird and~ Xlsl Readi~;8pngs, oglnty dsspayc o qapilts, hib ricreo,' an~d SoCiety Repots, iiret and neadtlyp'~i~t~;: '`:ec '~i S "'" rBilery, otheis desocripition: of ietticr.press 'paintitig ecuted ip saupratior . i .s l t l L..Tho. fllowiag forms al ays on hand for sle, DISTRIcT CO i7tT PA12W b:j 1O1IC4 S TOF· PK IBET4O *~- ·I iii... . ·~~ ________ .r . ;·..... ~~ trrNTEREST allowed2 on'fietd deipdsitsa ittiife,±tt - l:-rstes. 3Drafls isuod; on ol1..thio Branches.aiida *Aoncies in Now South Vales,.Quenesladn, ,Viotoria, ~adbraide, Toompliiio,~ gid 1?owI~ ~caIan, nsho.5ie:Es5l Yii~d'Xrdlhhn-d~biinlnd Sbb t""a~d. IWftT4li o" WM1E1 FITZMAURICE'& K·INAID STREETS. 0:i .Drafts.issued ait Cj'rct aRakes, on asDraneto ,,i> N1ew South Wales Q Queenalas...

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

SOUB MAILS. Tas wretchedly inefficient system of postal communication with which the inhabitants, of this tIwn and district have been served, ought long since to have called forth some thing more than an occasional and not very energetic expression of discontent. The people have been supine and have scarcely made an effort to procare a reform, and the authorities have been indifferent, atid have been well satisfied to allow matters to rab quietly along in their usual course.' It is not likely that they will willingly initiate any change for the better. There is nothing the official mind regards with sueach an uncon querable aversion as trouble, and as every change of necessity involves so?ine additional trouble, it is certain to be encontered by the steadfast opposition of those whose duty it would be to carry it out. This opposition may not always take an active form, but it will none the less surely be silently exerted, and the difficulty of overcoming it will always be great. If ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

S NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. A r.gl.mmunications for insertion in this journal muao .. be addressed to the Editor, and be accompanied by the real name and addrea of the writer, not "'ecejarily for publication, but as a guarantee of ' g'' ood faith. Correspondence must be kpt.within * reasonable limits, and under no consideration will anythingof a merely personal or scurrilous nature : nd insertion. In the case of rejected communi catilons, the Editor cannot undertake the return of the manuscript. THE BATUBDAT, APRIL E1, 1866.

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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 21 April 1866

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETIN~G. The first meeting of the new Committee of the Wagga Wagga Hospital, was held at the Cuart House on Tuesday evening last, immediately after the conclusion of the Annual Meeting of th sulb scribers. We believe that twelve er thirteen of the Committee were present in addition to the offlce bearers, but as no representateve of the press was present, we cannot be certain. The Secretary has been good enough to furnish us with the minutes of the meeting, which we haeb given be low, and we were informed by that gentleman at the time that they embraced the whole, businiess aceually transacted. These minutes are oaly four in number, and we give their anbstance, though not their exact wording. They run as follows : The following tenders were opened and acceptdd, Mr. (A Porsythfor supplies; Mr. Reardon, for meat; Mr. Monks, for Bready Meses. M'Intoeh and Oruikehanik, for funerals. "A letter was received from Dr. Robinson, in which application was made for the aqpoin...

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Facetiæ. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 28 April 1866

facetti . "I neveir saw such stirring times," as the spoon said to the saucepan. Why is the toothache like an unanswerable argument?-Because it makes people hold their jaw. On the departure of Bishop Selwyn for his diocese in New Zealand, Sydrey. Smith took leave of 'him as follows:-" Good-bye, my dear Selwyn; I hope you will not disagree with the marwho eats you.": . "We must\be'vanimous," observed Han cock, on the'occdsion of signing the Declara tion of Ameiican Independence; "there most be no ph'lling different ways."-" Yes," ob served'Fianklin, "we must all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately." .Something Like :a Teeotaler.-A man has just died 'in -Cambridgeshire, at.the age of forty-four years. He had. from the age of five or six, years a propensity or insatiable desire for drinking cold water, and he con .tinued drinking the amazing quantity of four teen quarts every twenty-four hours until a short time before his death. He generally took about two ga...

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THE RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 28 April 1866

Tas RAIse.-- W are happy to hear that the rain has been very general, and heavier to the North of Deniliquin than on the south. On the Old Man Plain, from the Pine Ridge to Hay, the plainhe are covered with water. It took Cobb's coach upwards: of two hours and a half more than its usual time to go from Bay to the Gumns (sixteei.miles). . On the Lowrer Murrombidgee the rain has :been very heavy.. and travelling is difmeult; in fact from east to west and from north and south the whole of the plains of southern Riveirina have had a fine supply of rain. ',Its lcnefits are already made matifeat, -Pasoral Times. ouTi zon?aT()-.kWe lave it on undoubted authority, that..there is a system pursued by the keepers of a publioehouse in this district whioh is. shameful anid' sicndalous in the ex-: treme. The system is this, wherever-a good lookingyoung girl is found to be a servant in a privatehouse, lines are set for her, and ac tually the inistress of the establishment lies in wait, and present...

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Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA. APRIL 26, 1866. Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 28 April 1866

Qtommerciarl. WAGGA WAGGA. a s.Au. 26. 18Q?.'1 " ' . . " ; " - " ' Fdpy,6 p.m. . WAGOA 'WAGGA JET TICES CTRLNT. Flour, per toh (Fino) ......... ...' . 27 0' 0 Seconds Flour, per ton ....'...... . K.2':i 0 0 Wheat, porbushel.,...;;;...... ;.Bs. to .: 0 10 0 Hay, per ton (Whbateo) .......'...: 1t6 0 0 Hay, (Bcst oaten) perton.'. . ...'....-. 18 0 0, Bran, per boahel ......... .... 0 -2 " 0 Pollard, per bushel .. ...; ::'...; . i 0 .2 0 * Oats, per bushel,., ........;........ . OI I3 8 Corn, per bushol (none offeringI..... ... 12 0 Pot~toes, per cwt. •..........6;...... 35. 0 Buttor, per lb. (none) .;........;..;; .. 0 2 0 . Cheese, per lb. (none) . ..:. ..' ....', 0. 0 . 0 0 Bacon, per lb. ....... .. 0... 1. 0 Egg, per do. .......... ... . :. . .. 0- . ._ 2 0

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