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DENILIQUIN. Friday, April 27, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
UEMILIQUIN....... u : ha *e Friday, April 27, 1800. iTHEn has been no improdemdent in the.stock market aince our nlast:; Ihoslight rains which fell here have freshened up the ';ountry, but they must speedily be followed;by more if wenio to have abundance of grass. From accounts received, we gather that the rain was heavier to the eastward than elsewhere,, whilst at Wentworth, as has invariably been.the case this sum mer. the fall was of the lightest.' From Menindie, on the Darling, under date of April 17, our correspondent writes that the freshness has again left, the verdure, and more rain is wanted. The temperature is bitterly cold with every prospect of an early frost, and then good-bye to feed, the young grass being more readily cut down by a frost .than by a hot .wind. There is still the same difference existing.between hbblders and intendinig purchasers; they cannot be brought together, each party taking opposite views respecting the' poas pecta f teed. Some, few transactiona ...
Commercial. WAGGA WAGGA. MAY 4, 1866. Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
E$4roirnmettia!. ,WAGGA WAGGA. xr 4, 186g. Priday. 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. .lour, pero ton(Fine)"........?.;.. .;., :27 ?,0 '0 eaods.rFlopar, per, ton :2,;.?. . ;....., 5,0 0 Wheat.per, bashel.. :to .. ~ o..., Os.?'to "?'0 I0'0-: 1 fay, per, tan.(Whieateo): ,? 18... -' i8"J; 0:? 0 Hey, (Beat euten) per ton.;.^~';; i...'.;': 0chi:.0 0~ Broaper, bushel (nn o):.:.;..-.. .. .. ... 0;,. 0 0 Pollard; per ?uho,1 (none) .. .... .. ', 0 0 O ato; per b u oh el' . ' '.:; .* .;. -";".. '.' : . ; !'.; 0 15 ' 0 Corn, per bushel ..; ,',. .;...*...'.i. '". 0 15" 0 l'otatoes, per cwt. ..:. ...... !.. .;;..;'.'.. : .' 0 30 i Butter, per lb. ...... ..„ .....o,... 0 ObceeBO.porlb. (eario) ,....;..... ...i 2 l Bacon, per lb.'(ecarce)...... ..... 0 l" E?gg, per don (c~erce)..'... : .........; "0 2: 6
SANDHURST. RYAN AND HAMMOND'S REPORT. April 25, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
SANDIHURST. . R. YAN ND IIAI.MOND'S REPORT. . . . '.. ' ' . April 2.S1800?. ' Our market for fat cattle "has been well-supplied with stock of average quality, the demand kept quite: up, and prices remain about the same as last week;, beet beef, 30s.; inferior, 20s. to 22s. per 100 Ibs. Trio supply for next week will, we expect, be rather abort. Our sales'were: 206 head, for Mr. Caldwell, middling quality, at £6 ls. - We have a good enquiry for fat abheep; 501b. wethers worth los.. Very few fat calves coming to hand, and extreme prices are being realised. A number of our friends will soon require store stock; even now we have some enquiries. . "
MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO,'S REPORT. Wednesday, April 25, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
* ,.. MrL ., .BOU POWEBS, nUTIHEBPORD, ANn .CO.'S.0EPOBT. . Wediioeaaday; April 25, 18'.; 'at Cattle.-Ntumber inlo1100. ThibCs asi? a full ?uhpply in" point of numiber, but'a considerable 'portion' were very indifferent irn iquality, which' caused a dull market for inferior cattle.. TheroIwanir, hioiwever, an active demand for good .nd prime quality, and -the number.of those' descripibn's.yarded notl being ini ex' .ess of requireineits, they met wiith a .: ady 'saleoat rates about equal to these of- last week. :; We have sold.730.1 . 1 .; 1..- :. ::; : Quotalion Prime bullocks ".. . .; i 10 6 0 "tto tl tl:6 0 Good quality do... ...... .; 9. -0-0 to 10 10, 0 Middling do,. ,.. .... ,7 0 0 to .80 0 Iiferior do. .. .' 3 15".0 to 6 0 Prime cows'.. ' .'. '.." .i: 0 0 'to '10 10 0 Good do. .. 1 0..:. .. . 7. 10 '0- to' 8'10 '0' Middling do. .. .. 6 .. t 0. to ' 7 ::'0" 0, Inferior do.. . . 10 :;. to. , I10 0 Fat Sheep.- Number in, 036S. The number forward was not veryi large, bit the' mejo...
THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ANNUAL MEETING. TIIE Anrinual eeting of the subscribers of the above Institution was held in the reading room on Wed nesday evening last.,r at 8 p.m. About forty gentlemen were present, who manifested consider able interest in the proceedings. The Chair was taken by the President, Mr. F. A. Tompson, who briefly explained the object which had brought tlhe subscribers together, and then calledl upon the Secretary, Mr. T. G. Booth, to read the following REronRT oF mE CoManrre, oE THE ?V?Abi WAnoA MEcHr s' INSTITUT' FOR TH? Ymuc 1865-6.T Gentlemen,--WVhile regretting their inability to present you with an elaborate statement, setting forth in glowing terms their doings, and a flourish ing condition of the Institute ; your Committee are nevertheless gratified to report this evening a con siderable general improvement in its affairs over the previous year. At the close of last year the subscribers tothe Institute numbered only fifty members. Your Committee have n...
INAUGURATION OF THE STATUE TO THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
INAUGURATION OF THE STATUE TO THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT. HARDLY any circumstance in modern times is at the same. time so full of instruction as to our national character, and of encouragement as to our colonial future, as the solemn cere monial in the metropolis last Monday week. That, in the most remote of 'British posses sions, thirty thousand people should be as sembled round a beautiful memorial, erected by themselves, of the virtues of one concern ing whom they never could have had any knowledge save that common to the whole world, of his tenderness, his loyalty, his ihmnfaity, is certainly a remarkable and im pressive.fact. Placed in a situation which al most bars the passage of profound and gene rous sympathies, which assuredly resists the advancoa of all enthusiasm, the great ?nnlnsc, in whose honour and for 'the perpetuation of whose memory the statue has been recently erected in Sydney, succeeded in winning the admira tion of all minds and the love of all hearts. In a positi...
Local Intelligence. M. MACLEAY'S ADDRESS TO HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
IBocal JIntelitgnce. -o M. MACLEAY'S ADDRESS TO HIS.CON STITUENTS. ON Monday evening last a meeting.of the electors of the Murrunmbidgee washeld at thb Co?rt House,' for the purpose of hearing from Mr. William Macleay an account of. his past .proceedings in Parliament, and an explantion of tlhe principles which would guidoe his actions in the future. Shortly after eight o'clock Mr. Macleay, who was accompanied by Mr. Dalley, appeared upon the the platform and was cordially welcomed by the crowded meeting. His spechwa listened to with great attention, and was repeatedly broken by bursts of cheering. Mn. GEOaoE FOssvrm was unanimously called to the Chair, and opened the business of the even ing by expressing the gratification which lhe felt at being called upon to preside at such a numerous and respectable meeting. They had met together to hear an exposition-of the political principles of their representative, and upon these occasions it was usual to introduce the representative to th...
BIOGRAPHY OF A PUBLIC OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
S;,BIOGRAPHY OF A PUBLIC? OFFIOEB. 'ijTi' conviction of ILLINOWOBTH FLRTOuEB, i for wilful and corrupt perjury, at the late as bf?lse, revealed a circumstance which, if it is tre, deserves the prompt and serious atten i~ of Parliament. The prosecutor, on the erment of a charge against whom, for for y` the perjury for which FLBTOUBR was d was alleged to have been committed, submitted to an elaborate cross-examina. Sbhy prisoner's counsel. In the course of examination, it was elicited that the gen-. an in question had been to often prose. tor for'gery that he could not speak with y certainty of-the pumber of charges pre ed against him. .This marvellous forget. ine s so strong an evidence of either a blime contempt for criminal prosecutions or eaperate feeblenesa of intellect, that we are ed with astonishment to learn-and we uk our readers will participate in our sur rsse-that this gentleman, with either a me- I'ory so defective or an organisation so incom ? aete, is "in Hia MAJESTY's ...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
Te1,s of tIe ieet. A MBIn. W. P. Aeld has been committed for trial at Adelaide, on a charge of murdering an aboriginal of tile Northern Territory,.-Mr. Thompson, a member of the Victorian As sembly, has been brought before.the Mel bourne District Court, charged with assault ing the Rev. 'I. Jarrett, the editor of the Argus. Thompsdn ,as finied five pounrds, and three guineas costs.--Scarletina has broken out in the town of Young, and has carried off several young children.-Mr. Hugh George, of the Mlelbournd Argus, has been entertained at a public dinner in Hobart .Town by the staff of the Mercury, daily paper.-Tho Gold Fields Act Amendment Act came into opera tion on the ist' May. . It is a short Act of two clauses, simply enacting that any justice of the peace may exercise the powers hereto fore vested in the gold commissioners.--A movement has been set on foot in the town of Qoeanbeysan for taking steps to.relieve the distress amongst the labouring classes in that district.-It is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
IN T'E MIDST OF LIFE WE ARE IN DEATH. Noewandmost valuable ledicines for hither to intractable and incurable dlseases. U NLIKE the Patent Medicines generally imported from the United Kingdom, the following from France have been severely tested and scratinised by the most eminent and practising Physicians of Paris, &e., in so much that the entire Parisian Mledical Faculty, attached to the Government and other Hos pitals, &e.. in the French dominions, can, after rigorous trials, with the fullest confidence,recommend them to the favorable notice of all languishing not only under ordinary'diseases, but ih'ose who may be "hoping against hope." . .Io more Cod liver Off-Syrup of lodize Horseradlsh. Prepared by GasacuLT & Co., Chemists, 7, Inue de Fenillade Paris, sceording to the certifloates of the Phesicians of the Paris hospitals detailed in the Pron poctus, and with the approbation of several Academies, this Syrup is employed with the greatest euess in place of ...
Telegraphic. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Sydney, Thursday, 5.30 p.m. RANDWICK RACES. Sydney Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
* JeI egrapji c. PRO3 OUR OWN CORESPONDENT.] Sydney, Thursday, 5'30 p.m. S RANDWIOK RACFS. Sydney Cup. Yattendon ..................... 1 Sultana .................... 2 Falcon ..................... 3 Sixteen horses started. A splendid race. Champagne stisaes. Fishhook ..................... 1 Bodelight ..,.............. 2 Maiden Stakes. Cossack;................. ..... 1.. - .. Gazelle ........................ 2 Selling'Stakes. lIormon............. ........ 1. Waverley Stakes; r: - : .War ick.................-.? ... 1, Friday, 6 10 p.m. Aged. Stakes. Falcon ...... .......... 1 Pittsford came in'. first, but? wiiae disquali fled. Prince of Wales Stakes. Bracelet........ .;....I... 1 Bruie Stakes. Tim W'hiffler.................. 1 S City Handicap.. Yattetion................... 1 Shfeguard .........;....... 2
NARANDERA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
NARANDERA ANNUAL RIACES. TuHE first Amnnual races held at Narandera under the the auspices of the narandera a Turf Club, came off on Tuesday and Wednesday last. There was a very good attendance, and the sport was excellent. We append below thile results of the different races. F:?sT DAv, TucESaY. LDIES PURSE of 20 sovs., weight for age; one mile and a half ; one event. Danger 1 ; Prospect 2; Kelpie 3; The Pum?IcAN's PUMSE handicap of 30 sove., two miles, one event" William Tell 1 ; Cooramin 2; Pretty Boy 3; EThe MEMBERS PURSE of 20 sova., welter weights, two miles one event: ,William Tell I; Sheet Anchor 2; Cruteliman 3; The HACK RACE of 10 sovs. Hunter 1 ; Blink Bonny disqualified. SECOND DAY, . WEDNESDAY. The.PRINCE of WALES SELn.NG STAKES of 15 c0Ve. Blink Boiny 1 ; Crutchman 2.. The Town PL?re, Handicap, of 40 sovs., three miles, one event. William Tell i; Blink' Bonny 2; Cooramin (scrtd.) SCOnSOLAvsON STAKEs of 10 aovs., one mile and a-half, one event. Prospect l ; Sheet Anchor...
Miscellaneous. EXTRAORDINARY DIVING. A DIVER TWO HUNDRED FEET BELOW THE SEA LEVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
tiisceILaooas0. EXTRAORDINARY DIVING. A D?V2IR TWO HoWDtED P?ET I~EOW TEIB BREA LBVEL. In the month of January last, the Liverpool steamer Columbian, with a cargo on board valued at £50,000, sunk off the coast of France in twenty-five fathoms of water.. The great depth prevented both English and French divers from attempting the salvageo'f the ship and hei valubable cargo, none of them having ever worked-deeper than fifteen or eighteen fathoms. • At last a Paris company contracted to 'try this salvage at their own cost and risk to receive 60. per cent. of. what they saved; the other 40 to belong to the ownersor under writers. The extraordinary efforts made by the divers are thus described :--On Thursday, 31st. August, "1865, the Flambeau sailed from Maleno, found the Columbian and anchored over her. The ladder (which I had got made at the dockyard, was lowered with a pig of iron at each side of its end. The diver went down, stopping at each ten steps to signal that all was going on ...
Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
bl~olct 9tr t. TUESDAY, APRIL 24. (Before T. W?,VHammond,KEsq., J.P) UnsouND MIND.--The following case was omitted from our report last week.-Ellen Gruhamo was brought up in custody as being of unsound mind, and unfit to be at large. John Grahame, the husband of the defendant, stated that he gave his wife into custody on the previous day, as she had been ill both in body and mind for the last five weeks, and was unable'to take care of herself. Dr. Morgan stated that he had visited the: defendant in the lookup, and found her to be of unsound mind, and required some one to take care of her. The Bench orderee the defendant to find two sure. ties in ten pounds each, tobe of good behaviour for three months, and in defaultto be imprisoned in Goulburn Gaol for one month. TUESDAY, MAY 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.) OSSOENE LA~NouAGE.--Hector Gilliswas brought up on the above charge and was fined £3, and in default six weeks imprisonment. STEALING FROM A BEDROoM.--Thomas Ryan. was charge...
[?] AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
SANo DESPATCH or MALLS. . DBtPATCHI PRBOM WA?OA WAoA. W anrcutta: Sydney and Melbournoe.-Sundny, Wednesday, and Friday, 4 pm. Vrant and Deniliquin.-- Monday and :Thursday, *mndamr and Hiiy.-- onday and Thnrsdav, 10 a.m iunee anl Murrumburrab.-Monday shd Wednesday ' ; a m. S AR VP. AT *WA(GA .WAGOA. From ,Tarcutta.-Monday, Thursday and Saturday 9 .m. .Urana'and Deniliquin. - Sunday and Wednesday, 3 3p.m. earandara and Ilay.- Sunday and Wednesday, 3 p.m. Junee »an Murrumburrah.--Sunday and Thursday, 6 p.m. , I-etters &c. (excepting for Junei, sequire to be 1 osted half an hour before the specified time of des I weh of the mails, or upon affising a sixpenny stamp up to a quarter of an hour previous. Letters &o., for Junee require to be posted by half past nine on the evening previous to despatch. The AInglieh 'mail's date of arrival is the Uth of each oninth." The out-going mail from Sydney is "ired ,.n the *2nd of each month.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
WAGGA WAGGA !,,K'· ,u,:iwiet~0 ';Ifirectorp.: Ei)CLP~t agga:PIPagga .xpressf GENER-AL :1PR4NTING OFFICE, PRXINTIC TN overy varicty and style, with the utmost des -.I, patch. ,: :;andbills,-. Business Announcements, Merchant,', Auctioneers,' and Tradesmen's Business Circulars, Cards,, and Bill Headings, neatly displayed. ':Pamphlts, Olub Articles, and Society Reports, - correctly jnd neatly executed. :iEveory; other. description of Letter-press painting 'xecuted in a superior style. . The following foarms always on hand, for sale, ..: :DISTRIOT COU1'T PLAI?T S.NOTICEF OF SET.O.F , AUSTRALIAN .JOINT STOCK BANK. I TNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current .. ..rates - Drafts isued.on all: the Branches and •Agencies is New South Wales, Queensland, Victorin, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. ,W.A. COTTEE, Manager. ;. Wagga Wagga, ' S:13th September, 1864. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FI:'TZMAURICE & KINCAID STREETS. Drafls issued at Cur...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
SNOTICE TO CORRESPONDEN'IS. . l a. nmmunieations for insertion in this journal must be addressed to the Editor, and be necompanied 'oy the real name and address of the writer, not secessanrily for publicption, but as a guarantee of good faith. Cnrrespondence must be kept within *.reasonable limits, and underno consideration will anything of a merely personol or scurrilous nature liad insertion. In the case oe rejected communi* - .cations, the Editor cannot'undertake the return Sof the manusacript.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 5 May 1866
BIRTH. ON the 20th instant, the WIFE of Mr. H. C. ROSE, Chemist, of a SON. DEATH. On Wednesday, 2nd May inst., at Marra Lodge, North Wagga Wagga, ROBERT MARRA, second son of JAMES S. LAVENDER, Esq. THE WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1866.
Colonial Summary MR. MACLEAY AT GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 12 May 1866
e .;eoIonial Suinmat¥B i MR. MACLEAY AT GUNDAGAI: .tA?ilTOimY meeting of the electors was ex pected, and everyone was on their tiptoe of 'expectation to see the attack opened. Well, on. Wednesday evening last the meeting was held at Vilton's Head Hotel, Mr. Duncan Murchison:in the chair. Mr. Maclly, in an address which lasted forty tinutes, explained Swliat-he had done for Gundagai,. which did niot occipy him long, what he had not done, sad then what he intended doing. He gave the grumblers some good advice. He said they could not reasonably expect the town to i'rogress; and the district to prpgress, if they ,'were not united and persevering-that by i,;exerting themselves they would obtain many favours which their more energetic and wide awake neighbours, by prompt and united ac-. ftTi,jhgained. He, as their member, would willingly .aid them, but, if they expected that Slie was to look after the wants of the district, ihe must receive active co-operation from his constituents, by ke...